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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Price Five Cents
IThe World's
Window
oN BBNEVOLENCE"
\y Ll'DWIG LBWISOHN
Iris column i- copyrighted by
|Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
Reprodnction in whole or
irl strictly forbidden. Any
moment on this copyright
Ihe prosecuted.
rabbi, the occupant of a very
guished pulpit, has written a
hlet against me. Or, rather,
1st the Zionist cause and
Igy. I understand him very
lie has nothing against me
|t in so far as I have identi-
nyself with the cause which
he to be the cause of our peo-
|llad I remained what once I
[rely another American man
leva of Jewish birth, the rabbi
e-tioii would have found me
Imagine! he did once find
|a useful illustration of his
thesis how delightfully
can "get by" as minimum
Jews, says he and his few
|ning fellows, are Americans
Jewish faith. Ah, how
the many, many thousands
have lost their faith? What
key? Are they no longer
F.ven my rabbinical friend
ot deny that they are indeed
lews. Well, then? But that
I of view is really too childish
f\\[ serious discussion. Even
pw people who still entertain
I think, only feign to them-
l to be still entertaining it
(vino-pathological or, let us
krot'essional reasons. The point
rabbi's pamphlet that does
I a few words is quite another
and, at least apparently, a
(respectable one.
spite of everything, says the
babbi, in spite of the wicked
r-headedness of myself and
[who think like me, he is be-
fnt toward Palestine. Far be
m him to deprive our perse-
Brethren of that refuge. He
ling to bury the hatchet. And
other wicked Zionists will not
|e hatchet stay buried. We
up. We brandish it. He is
J>lent toward Palestine. We
|ot let him be benevolent in
Too bad. Too bad. Here
Ifield. The field is full of
grain. It is ready for the
Reaping the grain in the
mellow autumn weather
grateful and a handsome
But this field was not al-
ias it is now. It was rock
It was barren; erosion had
the soil to the sea. The
to be brought back to that
Shovel full by shovel full.
has not all. The men who
back the soil had no shov-
_Thcy carried it back with
Bare hands. And the world
| them dreamers and the
called them fools. In bitter
I ami with a wooden plow-
Bthey plowed the field. Re-
Band rebuffed, they went
| for they were poor men,
for the seed that needed
V'ii. By day and through
?ontinued on Page U)
Comptroller Lee
Begins Campaign
Tallahassee (FNS)With the
job of raising the unprecedented
sum of 189,000,000 to insure pay-
ment of salaries for Florida's
school teachers practically com-
pleted, State Comptroller J. M. Lee
today took time out long enough
to ask Florida Democrats to give
him a second term at the helm of
the state's fiscal structure.
Comptroller Lee's announcement
says: "To the Democrats of Flor-
ida: Based upon the manner in
which I have fulfilled my platform
pledges of 1082 and the official rec-
ord of accomplishments and serv-
ices rendered as such official, I
hereby announce my candidacy for
a second term as your comptroller,
subject to the Democratic primary.
If elected I shall continue to serve
m the same impartial and aggres-
sive manner."
The comptroller stated he plans
an aggressive campaigntaking
the stump shortly after the first
of the month to meet Florida Dem-
ocrats face to face for an account-
ing of his stewardship.
Nursery Stakes
At West Flagler
This week the West Flagler Ken-
nel Club, Miami's downtown grey-
hound track, entered the most bril-
liant part of its 1888 racing sched-
ule, offering greyhound patrons
one Or more spectacular feature
evnts nightly.
I here are three elimination
heats scheduled this week in the
$1,000 Nursery Stakes, the only
event of its kind at any dog track
in America; a number of special
two-dog match races designed to
determine the track's fastest grey-
hound of the 1986 season, and sev-
eral special five-dog match races
on the flats, as well as over the
hurdles.
The last semi-final in the Nur-
sery stakes will I-' run next Mon-
day, March 28rd, and the rich stake
vent itself will be run off Wednes-
day March 25.
Act, Not Talk!
Jews in these days and times are
loo prone to prate, talk, discuss
and do everything but act. No
matter what may be involved, even
those who are leaders in the com-
munity continue the same course
of action.
The Jewish Floridian does not at
this time propose to suggest to
anyone whom they should vote for,
support and work for, so far as
political aspirants for office are
concerned. The Jewish Floridian
as a force for arousing of public
sentiment in the Jewish community
on matters that affect the Jewish
people does propose to bring to the
attention of those who consider
themselves Jews these vital and
salient facts.
There are thousands of Jews,
men and women, who are eligible
for the exercise of that privilege
which money cannot purchase .
the right of suffrage, the right to
exercise by means of the ballot
their approval or disapproval of
laws and of men and women who
will make or enforce the laws
which govern their very existence.
Should, God forbid, there ever oc-
cur a movement which would have
for its object the limitation of the
exercise of voting, or a suggestion
that Jews should not be admitted
to citizenship, or that Jews should
have their citizenship rights taken
away from them, we can well im-
agine the storm of indignation that
would arise. There would not be
sufficient newspapers to carry let-
ters of protest, or halls and audi-
toriums to house the protest meet-
ings which would follow. Dollars
would flow like water for defense
funds to protect the rights of the
Jewish people as citizens of this
great I'nited States.
However you and 1, every
day, meet and talk with men and
women Jews of uprightness
and integrity civic and com-
munal minded who without sug-
gestion or thought on the part if
strangers, throw their own rights
. precious rights away. We
cannot help but point the finger of
icorn and condemnation at every
man and woman who, when he or
.he is eligible and entitled to .
does not exercise his or her rights
as an American citizen.
The polls are now open under
the laws of the state of Florida
every man and woman must regis-
ter at this time, irrespective of the
fact that they had previously \oted.
This is a general registration year.
The polls are now open in every
precinct throughout the state for
the purpose of enabling people to
register.
We say without fear that every
Jew who is an American citizen
and entitled to vote in Florida, who
does not now register is not doing
his duty as a Jew and as an Amer-
ican citizen. Jews of old were bid-
den to pay their shekel, to stand up
and be counted, not because of the
intrinsic return (rich and poor both
gave alike), but because it brought
home to them the fact that they
were members of a great commu-
rity, an integral part of a great
commonwealth.
So, must we, as Jews and as
American Citizens, today, stand up
and be counted. As such, we must
Beth Jacob to Show to Benefit
Hear Boy Cantor Local Charities
The 18-year-old Cantor Mena-
she'le, who arrived here this week
on a tour of the country, will be
heard chanting the services twice
this evening, tomorrow morning
and in a concert Sunday night at
Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami
Beach. The young cantor has re-
ceived splendid ovations wherever
he has been heard, exhibiting an
unusually thorough knowledge of
the traditional intonations and
ehantings of liturgy, that even few
older cantors possess. It is ex-
pected that the synagogue will be
crowded to capacity because of the
proven ability of the young cantor,
and the Sunday concert was ar-
ranged because of this condition.
Me received an unusually splendid
ovation on his appearance at Beth
Jacob Synagogue last year. A nom-
inal admission charge is being
made and the public is urged to
make immediate reservations.
New Jersey Names
Jewish Leader
Max Manischewitz, treasurer of
the B. Manischewitz Matzo Co., and
prominently active in Jewish life,
was appointed a delegate to the
fortieth annual meeting of the
American Academy of Political and
Social Science. For many years
Mr. Manischewitz has been a close
student of social problems and de-
voted himself particularly to the
question of international peace.
The American Academy of Po-
litical and Social Science sponsors
inquiry into a wide variety of liv-
ing topics. The general topic at
this annual meeting will be "The
Attainment and Maintenance of
World Peace."
Mr. Max Manischewitz will rep-
resent the state of New Jersey at
the meeting, which will be held
in the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel,
Philadelphia, on April 24th and
25th.
. we cannot avoid doing our
duty as upright and integral mem-
bers of the commonwealth of Flor-
ida We must stop talking .
we must REGISTER.
With more than :10 booths as-
signed to exhibitors in the Better
Housing exposition, which will
open this evening in Biscayne
blvd., at S. E. First st., near Bay-
front Park, for a five-day run, the
show will comprise a comprehen-
sive display of products, relating
primarily to the equipment and
construction of homes.
Tickets, on sale at numerous
stores, entitle purchasers to see the
stage presentation that will take
place inside the main tent on five
successive nights, under direction
of Daniel Frohman, president of
the Actors Benefit Fund of Amer-
ica, who is here to assemble and
direct the attractions.
Al Bernie, the young mimic who
was discovered by Rudy Yalee, and
who has been a headliner here at
the Town Casino Club and the
Royal Palm Club, will be one of
the opening night performers; Pe-
ter Higgins, of the Frolics Club, is
expected to sing Friday night.
Philip Steele, baritone of the Town
Casino Club, will appear on all five
| nights. Reinald Werrenrath, op-
1 eratic star, who recently appeared
I at the Miami Biltmore, will head-
line the bill Saturday night. Mer-
cedes de Velasco, motion picture
actress, who has come here to rest
1 after a meteoric career in Holly-
wood, will make her first Miami
appearance in her famous jungle
dance.
The Royal Palm Club, the Club
Bagdad, the Frolics Club and the
Vill.. Venice will send acts from
their shows on different nights.
Don Lanning of Miami, stage star,
will he master of ceremonies. Wal-
ter Witko and his band will play
nightly.
A large number of local char-
ities will be beneficiaries of the
proceeds, among them the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. Beth David Con-
gregation. Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, the Young Men's Hebrew As.
sociation and the Senior Council
of Jewish Women. Secretary of
the local organization sponsoring
the affair is Mr. Sidney H. Palmer,
prominent merchant and president
of Beth David Congregation. On
the executive board are Stanley C.
Myers, president of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau; Rabbi Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan and Mark Max.
U. S. to Consider
Shechita Aid
Washington, D. C. (WNS)A
promise to give careful considera-
tion to a request to use the good
offices of the United States to ob-
viate the anti-schechita bill pend-
ing in the Polish parliament was
given by Secretary of State Hull
to a delegation of the Federation
of Polish Jews in America that
conferred with him here.' The dele-
gation left a memorandum with
Mr. Hull explaining the situation
arising from the anti-schechita
measure. Headed by Benjamin
Winter, president of the federa-
tion, the delegation left a similar
memorandum at the Polish em-
bassy.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
Friday, March
2u. >m
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cons
tion i- sponsoring a pre-Passover
card party Thursday evening, April
ai 8 o'clock, at the Y. M. H.
A. clubrooms. Prizes will be
. de ; foi high Bcon a an<
ishmenl will I
urgi d to attend.

re-
The
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SOCIETY
Vo
i
yean
en made, i
ally in bi :
Ladies' Auxiliary of the th< chorus was honore i in th
Jewish Welfare Bureau is the re- ,, ting in a
,.i b gift of ii beautiful gram i..... the -N,:'
,i from the furniture de- Broad network, from the
tment of the Mark Stoic This
the pann.- of th< Bai M
mud 1 l fliends :'"'1
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the
an I Fl
m b;
pan
ed as a prize at the
lies' party to b< sponsored by
nization during the month
... May, details of which will be
unnoui -'ii early issue.
*
More than three hundred guests
attended the "Gay Nineties" dance
and review at Kaplan Hall last
Sunday night. Enthusiastic ap-
plause was given the various dance
and song numbers, which were pre-
sented under the direction of Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy. As a result of
this affair several hundred dollars
was presented to the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
i eau, which sponsored the event
*
Cantor Berele Kelemcr, well
known in this area, will conduct
the ritual at impressive Sader serv-
ices the nights of April 6th and
7th at Kraemel
Restaurant, Miami Beach. Reser-
vations may be made for the Sader
night or for the entire Passover
week, for which only reasonable
charges will be made.
will
at thi monies
mpta"l an- Sunday, uniting Mi i'etta Stone,
ectioi s. L. (Roxy) daughter of Mrs. Sarah Stone of
toxy's this city to Mr. R. Kuttner oi I
Ko at the Ma) tel. F<
lowing the ceremony there will be adi
Mr. G. Marvin Weiser is dire.-- ;l .i;,,,,,.,. and then the couple wi
or of the chorus and has been di- k.avi, for ., wedding trip.

, Gussie Bild,
. VI Mol :.
^ Hi. Jacob 11. Kaplan f -r^
Israel officiated last Sunday
impressive ceremony ;,t the ii-J
I.van.-. Miami Beach, v hen Bk J
R. Steiner, the ,,,- ^*
..1 s. Louis Steiner i f \(.w \.
n. ton Pa., bi -
Dr. Sidney G. Ca
Ethl 1 Cassell of 0
I.ride wa attended her
K. thleen, as maid
Harold Cassell.
bi .--i
i. ithi
Vliami Gang.
! known as
recting Its activities since its in-
ception. An evening of high class
music will !( presented, both in-
strumental and venal.
., !nn. operated bj
i ounces that il
has i mcnta '"'
under the din ctioi
Vfiamian
0f April 6th and 7th.
Plans were made this week for
A gala Sader service is being
prepared by the Madorsky family,
operating the Biscayne Collins Bo.
tel in conformity with their prac-
tice of making this holiday one of
the outstanding events of the sea-
son. A prominent Miamian will
direct the Sader and ritual. Sader
services will be observed the nights
of April 6th and 7th, and provi-
sions have been made to take care
Of all desiring to attend these sp>-
Strictly Kosher cial services or the entire Pass-
' over week. Reservations may be
made now.

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsor-
ing a food and cake sale on Friday.
April 17th, in front of Palmer's
In
the annual children's Sader of the 'hoe store, Northeast First st.
pupils of the Talmud Torah and charge of arrangements is a corn-
Sunday school of the Miami Jew- mittee consisting of MesdamesR.
ish Orthodox Congregation. The Miles, Sam Halpert and Sam Kn-
event, which is a demonstration by stein. Full details will appear In
the children of the entire Pass- an early issue of this paper.
over Sader ritual, will be directed At the late Friday evening serv-
by Rabbi Julius Washer and will ices tonight at Beth Jacob Con-
be held at the Y. M. H. A. club- gregation Rabbi David I. Rosen-
rooms on Sunday evening, March bl.....n will preach on "The Jewish
29th, at 8 o'clock. The children Conception of Time." The famous
will be served refreshments by a !.".-year-old Cantor Menashele will
committee of the Ladies'Auxiliary chant the early and late services
headed by Mrs. I. Rosengarten. Friday, and the services Saturday
* morning, when the rabbi will also
On Thursday. March 20th, 1986, j preach in Yiddish.
a benefit concert will he held at the |
Miami Woman's Club auditorium,
17:!7 N. liayshore Drive, for the
purpose of raising funds to assist
the unemployed of this community.
The Apollo male chorus has been
engaged in civic work for the past herence to all Jewish rule-.
bottle and package will bear
Sun.-Mon.-Tue>.. March 22-21
Jack BennyUna Merkel
Eleanor PowellJune Knicht
Robert TaylorFrances Langford
BROADWAY MELODY
OF 1936

Sun. Mon.-Tues.. March 22-24
Clark GableJean Harlow
Wallace Beery
CHINA SEAS
Anouncing
MR. HARRY SCHULMAN
Formerly of Goodyear
Now With
EMERSON TIRE COMPANY
Distributors
UNITED STATES TIRES
560 N. E. Second Ave. Phone 2-5627
They
will also provide Tor those who
The marriage of Miss Evelyn desire to make reservations for the
Streit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. entire Passover week. Mr. Schech-
G. Streit of this city, to Mr. Na- ter, who is now operating the
than Malmuth was solemnized by Ocean View Inn for the second sea-
Cantor Louis C. Hayman Monday, son, is well known in this area.
.March 16th, at his home. More having been associated with other
than a hundred guests witnessed large hotels previously.
the ceremony, after which deli-
Tin unveiling of a tombstone tn
ciOUS refreshments and dancing
Were enjoyed. Mrs. Malmuth is
a popular and well known mem- the memory of the late Nathan Fei-
her of
'-......m, was bi si Polio*
the ceremony a d
in the beautifully d
room. Among thi
ing were Mrs. 1!. Sam .ii and Mt
11. Weitz of New Ji y, Jir.'j
Mrs. E. J. Steiner, Mr. and Mi
Weisberg, Mrs. Kay Sti i
and Mrs. Nichols, Mr. andJlJ
Lefkowitz, all of N< w K.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Friend, M
and Mrs. C. G. Lavine and lir.J
H. Grimes of Coral Gables, a:|
Dr. and Mrs. 11. II. Young,
Henry Green, Miss Jane Floyd J
Mr. and Mrs. Mannheimer, all|
Miami. Following the dinner t
couple left tor a honeymoon trip,I
the younger set and has
[been a resident of Miami nearly
all Ini life. The gr.....n has been
a visitor to Miami for the past sev-
eral winters. The couple will make
their home in Miami.
f
The Miami unit of Junior lladas-
sah sponsored a curd party at the
Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach, re-
cently. This event was one in a
series to be given for members'
quotas for the annual Donor's din-
ner, which is to be given early in
April. Misses Yetta 1'einer and
Anita Silverman were chairmen of
will take Mr. Morris Levin, who has
Hotel
genbaum of Miami H
place Sunday, March 22nd, at 2:80 Brated the Sea Breeze
p. m., in the Jewish section of
Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi David
I Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation will officiate. He will
be assisted by Cantors Maurice
Mamches, Boris Schlachman and
Nathan YYroohcl. I-'riends of the
family are asked to attend.
a *
Mrs. Leon Elkin, prominent ill
local Workmen's Circle activities,
is a patient at the Riverside Hos-
pital, where she underwent an ap-
pendix operation last Sunday.
Miami Beach for many years,
pounces that the hotel will agit
remain open for Passover this ye
Provision has been made to i\
conimodate those desiring to
tend the gala ceremonial Sedan
nights, as well as those whom
tn spend the entire Passovei
at this hotel. A |.....ninent cte|
gyman will direct the Sader riW
and the same splendid food wil
served during the holiday wet
for which this pioneer hotel isju
ly famous.
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom is
charge of the preparations at the
Land-O-Sun dairy for the produc-
tion of strictly koshei Pass* v<
dairy products to insure strict ad-
Each
a dis-
lin tive label carrying the rabbi's
signature. A mashgiach appointed
by Rubbi Rosenbloom will reside at
the dairy during the entire !';
over week. Mr. E. C. F ig{
well known in the dairy ind -
and one of the first dairj m
undertakt to provide I'a.-.i ei
dairy products, is president i f the
Land-O-Sun dairy.

At the late Friday evening *ei
ices in Reth David Congregation
I tonight Rabbi Max Shapiro will
preach on "A Rabbi Paces Life.''
Cantoi Nathan Wroobel, assisted
by Beth David Choir, will chant
the services. Saturday mol ning
Melvin Blumbcrg. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. (ieorge Rlumberg of this
city, will he Bar Mitsva. He will
recite the Haftoro and speak brief-
ly. Rabbi Shapiro will then ad-
dress him. Following the services
rrms
MIAMI mi MIAMI BEACH
Bahama Cloth
SHIRTS
2
50
A cool, open mesh weave, idea
for warm weather comfort. M
White. Collar attached style with
pocket. Sizes from 14 to 17.
Palm Beach
NECKTIES
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Ceremonial accessories for home
and synagogue-Main Store. C-
dine's, Fourth Floor.
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Friday, March 20, 1986
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
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by th*
JKWISII FI.OKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO
P. O. Box U71
.Miami, Ha.
EDITORIAL OFFICES!
Ill S. W. Uth Avenue-
.1. LOUIS SHOCHKT, K.litor
FRED K. SHOCIIET, Circulation Maiutur
CANTOR BORIS s< III ACHMAN
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Think, Work
and Smile
Humiliating Self-Discovery
By JACOB II. KAPLAN, Ph. I).
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page l)
.,1 .. lecond .!i.- matter July 4, 1980, at the Pout Ofiiri. ut Miami Florida
under the Act of March S, 1H7V.
ST. PETERSBURG
p.ABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
Represental ive
WEST PALM BEACH
S. SCHUTZER
Representative
ORLANDO
B. S. COHEN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLF.R
Representative
Six Months----
One Ycnr .........
BUBSORIPTION
Jl.ftO
...J2.0
FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1936
Vol. 9No. 12
Not Too Late
When we forwarded letters to the various hotels in the
Great11' Miami area enclosing questionnaires last January,
i tried to have all the hotels realize that it was a matter in
which all, especially those thai observed kashrus, were Vi-
la' > interested. Those who are honest in their representa-
tions are Ihose who should he in the forefront of every fight
t'i eliminate Ihe fraudulent and dishonest hotel operators.
We were rather surprised that two of the hotels who
had a prior reputation for honesty, one in partieular who had
been a pioneer in the hotel business, had not replied to the
letter and had ignored the questionnaire. The Jewish Flo-
ridian merely proposed to brine to the attention of the gen-
eral public throughout the United States a condition that we
believed to be unhealthy for our people.
We are happy to receive the following two letters, which
speak for themselves, because we believe that honest and
upright bole's should become active and not merely passive
figures in any movement for honesty:
THE HOTEL MAYFLOWER
March 17th. 1086.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I am enclosing, herewith, questionnaire which
you sent me. filled in and sinned as requested.
I am very sorry that I overlooked the matter
of filling out this questionaire some time ago and
can assure you it was not done intentionally, but
due to pressure of business.
However, in fil ing (rut this questionnaire I wish
to assure you. Mr. Shochet, that you will have my
whole-hearted co-operation in your movement and if
there is anything I can do to further your plans in
this regard, please advise.
Yours very truly,
MAX GROSSMAN.
Mr. J. I.ouis Shochet. Editor. ?
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Fla.
RELVEDERE HOTEL
March ISth. 19S6.
The Jewish Floridian.
Miami, Fla.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I sincerely regret that because of illness I neg-
lected to reply' to the questionnaire you sent us. and
which I am now returning.
I want to assure you that we are more than
happy to co operate in every move which will bring
kashrus. We upheld this sacred principle in the
early days of Miami, when it was rather difficult.
and we are more than happy to uphold this tradition
of strict kashrus now. (Mease accept my pledge
of support in your splendid work.
Sincerely,
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
MRS. S. J. FREIDIN.
We take Mrs. Freidin and Mr. Grossman at their word
and we shall count upon them when the time arrives, whicn
we hope will be very soon, when action will be taken tnat
will indeed be agreeable to the general patrons of kosher
I hotels.
In our next issue we propose to suggest steps which will
I mean much, not onlv to the hotels, but to the general Jewish
consuming public that cares, and we believe will insure kash-
jrus in every particular.
We arc finding out today thai
for a generation or so we have
ii puffed up by the illusion that
the physical power of the modern
n a :hine, which we handle even
hout understanding the mi rh-
anism, is ( ment. We are the power,
The HUMILIATING SELF-DIS-
COVERY brings to light the insig-
nificance of modern man. both as
;> physical and intellectual entity.
MAN is still an atom OF the uni-
verse, IN the universe, ami finds
his WHOLE only as he conscious-
ly becomes a PART of that uni-
verse, and understands his part is
a part of society and of the cos-
mos.
intelligent men have lust their
i i sition of influence in the world
of action because they are superfi-
cial in their grasp which RED
GION once gave them.
The modern scientific knowledge
which deals with hits of the uni-
verse has obliterated the fact that
science and scientific knowledge
and scientific men, all form but
part of reality. Furthermore,
these men of intelligence have lost
the important knowledge that
PUBLIC MORALITY is a PART of
private morality and cannot be Bep-
jarated from it. And still further-
n ore have these intelligent men of
today forgotten that scientific ma-
terial knowledge is NOT the whole
I picture of the universe. RELI-
GION, based on physical knowl-
| edge, can give an account of the
WHOLE of the universe m which
we live. Woe unto the generation
that forgets the spirit in any ai -
I count of human life and activity.
Young men and women are be-
| ginning to get tired of a soulless
universe and a too easy mode oi
I hysical existence. They want a
MEANING to life, a meaning that
requires the dedication of all man's
faculties to the meaning; of life.
THAT is why Fascism and Com-
munism are successful and Intelli-
gent programs are NOT.
"Nationalism and Communism do
not invite participation; they com-
mand allegiance. They do not per-
suade to hypotheses; they declare
finalities. They do not encourage
discussion; they silence criticism.
They do not promise satisfaction;
I hey demand sacrifice. They do
not pamper men; they conscript
their souls. They do not magnify
the individual; they require his all
in the service of the whole. But
from that complete self-giving they
propose to build a new world for
all mankind."- Henry P. Van Du-
scn.
Nobody will pay any attention to
what is written here or anywhere
ilse, and certainly no .lew will pay
any attention hecause Jews, after
all, are intelligent, and intelligent
people never act together for their
own good or anybody else's.
.lust as nations are today sick
and quarrelsome and dizzy because
they have not yet fully realized
thai it is not Liberty, nor Frater-
nity, nor Equality, hut JUSTICE,
that must become the ingredient of
every nation's program, so the
Jews do not realize in their split
and aching individuality that the
OBSERVANCE OF THE SAB-
HATH, with a'l the attending sac-
rifices, will make them whole, a
part belonging to the whole, inte-
grating the self to the Historic
Body of Israel and to Jewish Way
of Life!
Modern life has done something
to all religions. Christians are be-
ginning to realize THAT, and they
are realizing that religion, ethical
long ni y watche 1 the ten-
der shoots come up in that once
barren oil. When rain failed,
when drouth came, they watered
: e land wil h thai they
brought wearilj from far away.
i upful by
d I he land il h thi ii ar .
And now cone a el rabbinical
gentleman wh i had been among
the jeerers, who had called these
nan fools, whose hand had always
been against theirs and he wants
to reap. He wants to reap. And
he calls his willingness to reap the
fruit of the field benevolence. He
wants to he commended for his wil-
lingness to reap. He wants it
strictly understood, moreover, that
he -till considers those who
brought the soil back and plowed
and watered and seeded it dream-
i i B and fools and di.-tui'her- an I
enemies. 1 must -ay that the spir.
itual chutzpah involved strikes me
as gigantic, colossal, unparalleled.
if it had nol been for the early
ZioniBtS who hoped when thei a a
no hope, who toiled when all ioil
ed fruitless, who died without
even a glimpse of the fulfillment
:' their hopes and who neverthe-
less died with their gallant and
immortal faith unbroken if it had
not been for them there wotdd he
no Palestine, no homeland, no
Fritz Yisrael to be tha object of
the lx in lence of our fashionable
.alibi I'm nol a rabbi. I'm .iust
a layman and an amha'aretz. But
I there is one thing that I'm grate-
ful for, one thing that 1 shall tell
my little son, it is this; it isn't
Hitler that made me a Zionist. 1
had lived, through little fault of
my own. in a world alienated and
estranged from our people. But
so soon as I was able to break the
evil ban that had held me in thai
world and so soon as 1 -aw the
iause of Zion, the Zion to be re-
built both in our hearts and in our
land, 1 knew by the immediate
knowledge of spiritual vision that
this was henceforth my life and
my cause. I knew it not only 1'rom
the depth of every unspoiled in-
stinct left within me; I knew it
by the witness of the quality of
the cause itself and of the quality
and fate of its founders and its
early proponents and supporters.
The world had been against them.
The rich and powerful and fash-
ionable and faithless had calle I
them fools. They did so still. Ev-
erything had been against them
and was often still that was allied
to worldliness and the love of pow-
er and the vain show of things.
Yes, and often policy and clever-
ness and indeed security and shal-
low reasoning had been or seemed
to be against them. And therefore,
all other things aside, I knew that
they were my men and that their
cause was my cause. And I am
sometimes a little taken aback
nowadays by the comparative fash-
ic nableness and good repute of the
cause and I could wish for myself
that I had belonged to an earlier
generation of Zionists when to be
a Zionist was still to be an object
of jeers and contumely Do I
have to say that to a rabbi, to a
professional spiritual leader'.' Well,
In spile of his assertions to the
contrary, the group to which he be-
longs is small and is diminishing.
But 1 confess that I would have
ted or, at least, liked his ar-
:' had he left out that
out being benevolent to Pal-
estine.
W< want the pro Pali Btinian
'ahy; we want their help for our
ited; we above
l|!- for aii sake. All Work
lor Palestine is redeeming; it re-
deems him who performs it and
i im who benefits by it and it would
l pedantic to look too closely at
-he ideological equipmenl id' every
friend and supporter of our cause.
Thai would be silly, intolerant, un-
brotherly, But when it comes to
I spiritual leaders it is disappointing
that they have no sure instinct for
the life of the spirit nor know that
all great things have been wrought
by ideas that once seemed foolish
!.i the worldly ami unpractical to
the practical ideas defiant of the
powers and principalities of earth
and carelesi of the m. But when
these ideas have created a new
good, let nol the purblind and the
worldly who sunn the ideas insult
that good.
(Copyright, 1930, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Jewish News
Around the
World
u ill Noi Suspend .leish Immigra-
tion into Palestine
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Leaders of the five Arab political
parties have been informed that the
Palestine government did not in-
tend to suspend Jewish immigra-
tion in replies which they received
from .1. H. Thomas, British colo-
nial secretary, in response to their
recent memorandum urging the
stoppage of Jewish immigration.
Repeating former statements he
had made on this subject, Mr.
Thomas declared that "it is im-
possible to suspend immigration
which is limited to the country's
absorptive capacity."
Fourteen Countries Participating
in Levant Pair
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Fourteen foreign countries will
participate in the forthcoming Le-
vant fair, which will he larger in
scope and in number of exhibitors
than all of its predecessors, ac-
cording to a statement made by
Mayor Meier Dizengoff at a meet-
ing of the fair committee. The
exhibit, which will include all types
of development, will begin on
April 'Kith. Palestine itself wil'
have siv. times as many exhibit?,
as it submitted in 1934, the man-
ager of the fair reported. The
fourteen countries participating in
elude England, France and Bel
gium. Holland, Norway and Tur-
key will also be represented for
the first time.
conduct in private AND public life
completes the program of a sound
human life. So does Judaism real-
ize all that. AND Judaism realizes
also that Judaism has been made
too easy, and THEREFORE has
become valueless. Judaism is be-
ginning to demand SACRIFICE for
the observance of the SABBATH,
yes, the observance of the Sabbath
every week, that will make Juda-
ism worth while, and the Jew dig-
nified and appreciative of the spir-
itual content of life.
Jewish Refugees Here Called to
(ierman Armv
Be-ton (WNS)Although Jews
an specifically barred from the
German army, German Jewish ref-
ugei s resident in this city have re-
ceived instructions from Berlin to
register with the (ierman consulate
lu re for military service in the
reich. Worried by these instruc-
tions, the refugees have appealed
to local Jewish leaders for advice.





I'ajre Four
MIAMI
NOTES
K HARRY SCHWARTZ
The work attached to sponsor-
ing our bazaar and dance probably
required the efforts of more of the
members of the
"Y" than any
function yet held,
and the fine co-
operation received
from all those
members made
difference of a
failure to a suc-
cess.
Our sincerest thanks to Mr. Hall,
who rented the Cinderella to us.
Making money from every affair
the "V" sponsors hasn't been the
only object in view. Bringing to-
gether hundreds of our brethren
and sistern under one roof, where
they can get better acquainted and
derive greater good of life is a mo-
tive that speaks for itself. Life
at its best is short and making new
friends from the various functions
one attends will never put them at
loss for the small expense involved.
Sponsoring any function is a
gamble and the only surety we had
in going ahead was the response
received from the public from our
past affairs. The large crowd that
attended vindicated our efforts and
Bweetly compensated all those who
worked so hard to help make this
occasion the high spot of our win-
ter season activities socially ainl
financially.
Boris Schlachman and the com-
mittee in charge of the bazaar and
dance, consisting of Al Rosenfeld,
chairman; Milt Friedman, Al Pal-
lot, Louis Safer and Harry
Schwartz, labored diligently, as
well as Miss Ida Kngler, in charge
of the flower gills, and Jeanette
Seligman, Dot Harris, Ruth Davis,
Elsie Reisman, Hetty Tobias, Fran-
ces Tobias, Roberta Tannenbaum,
Blanche Seligman, Rose Dubler,
Ed it he Nadler and all the others
who helped.
The member who really put in
the most work on the premises was
a new member of the "Y," Eugene
Konrad of Homestead, Fla., and
with more members like him enter-
ing our fine organization the "V"
can go much further in all their
undei takings.
Hyman Rubin is now the pos-
sessor of the beautiful radio that
was awarded.
Their is one hope in my heart
and that is that some day I may-
be around to witness an annual ball
and dance sponsored by all the
combined Jewish organizations m
this area.
This may some day tend to erase
much of the enmity among many
of our fellow organizations, and
a joint affair of this type would do
wonders iii bringing about broth-
erly love and harmony that un-
do, ibtedly will reap the rewards
expected if only the respective
leaders Of these various organiza-
tions will get together and talk
things over for the interests of
this large Jewish community.
With our winter activities at an
end we now face the good ole sum-
mer time and its offerings.
THE JEWISH FLORID1AW
W. M. Burdine
To Head Store
William M. Burdine was elected
president of Burdine's, Inc. Men
day to succeed hi> brother, the late
Roddey I'- Burdine, William Bur-
dlne formerly was a vice-president
and member of the board.
\, !! special directors' meeting
today that elevated William Bur-
dlne to the presidency of the firm,
Friday, March 20
To be fooled or not to be fooled
is the question. Tuesday, March
'list, the Women'.- Division is spon-
soring an Erev April Fool's dance
and get-together at the "Y" club-
rooms. Ida Engler, chairman of
this affair, has promised to have
so many prises and surprises in
store for all those attending that
if you do attend it will be the big-
gest surprise of all, howgamidoin?
How did you like the girls at
I the novelty booth ? Also the f low-
ler girls, all dressed up in their
levelling gowns and laces? 1 was
I afraid you would.
Milton Friedman, our erstwhile
national affairs director, rendered
several vocal selections, one for
sure when he was obliged to leave
the stage amid the tumult of the
2,000 people on hand. Of course.
if you were there, then my better
judgment tells me that there were
at least 1,000 in the audience.
We had the pleasure of receiv-
ing the Cuban consul, Mr. Hernan-
dez, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Mo-
rales, his assistant.
Al Grossman, our president,
surely came to the rescue when he
so generously furnished his car
to gather up all the gals for the
I.....ths.
# V Serving $
1 Florida's Finest'
American-Jewisbj
Dinner"
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RESTAUPANT
44 6 COLLIN/ AVE.
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OEACH
W. M. BURDINE
Succeeds to I'residcno of
Burdine's, Inc.
two Miamians were added to the
directorate. They are \V. I. Evans,
member of the law firm of Evans,
Mershon and Sawyer, and Robert
pentlBnd of the public accountant
firm of Tent land, I'urvis, Keller
.! Milton. Other board members
,,. Mr. Burdine, George E. Whit
,,. roj Mann, ll. F. Cordes am
B, R. Gordon.
Officers of the til in. in addition
t0 president Burdine, are Mr.
Whitten, executive vice-president
.,,.,! general manager; Mr. Mann,
resident and general super-
intendent; Mr. Cordes, secretary-
ire,. Bnd controller, and F. B.
Cresap, assistant secretary-treas-
urer.
\\. m. Burdine now heads the
firm his father started in Miami 38
years ago and of which his brother
was president for 26 years, from
1911 to 1836.
President Burdine announced no
changes m executive personnel are
anticipated and that the store will
continue to operate under the same
policies that proved successful un-
der the leadership of his father and
his brother.
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ISRAEL
By
RABBI ISRAEL II. WEISFELD
Containing the
Vital -lory of Judaism b> PROM-
INENT ORTHODOX, REFORM
and CONSERV \ I IVK RABBIS,
at
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missioners. acting as a Delinquent Tax Adjustment I
1 ra, to compromise and adjust certain taxes.
I nder the provisions of this law, anj person |
wninjr and in Dade County on which tax.- are
del,n " right i< apply t the |{ard of Countv Commfe- g
"Men on or before April l. 1936, for an adjustment g
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Lay, March 20, 1936
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
icksonville News
["he Senior Hadassah Chapter
|1 recently with Mrs. Ben Stein
ksuling. The annual linen show.
[was presented and the twenty-
lit h anniversary of the founding
Hadassah was commemorated.
ki i Meyerson read the opening
Iyer, after which Mrs. Stein wel-
ted the visitors. Mrs. Ike Wit-
read a letter from Miss Hen-
fa S/.old thanking; the chapter
|lladassah for the trees planted
inor of her seventy-fifth birth-
Page Five
STATEWIDE NEWS
lli-. Myerson asked for volun-
for sewing on garments for
[dassah, with the Temple Sister-
iin Thursday in the Temple
Orlando Notes Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Max Baker of Pa-
latka were the quests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kanner for Beveral
days.
Mr. Ben Arstein returned Satur-
day from a buying trip to New
York.
Mis. Ben Cohen of Philadelphia,
Pa., entertained recently at the
Mrs. Herbert Weiss, do- Perrydoll tearoom with a delight-
Ig1 banquet chairman, asked that ful luncheon and bridge.
members having banks holding
Itriblltiona for this affair bring
tm to the next meeting.
It was announced that a study
|up will meet at 1:45 o'clock the
of the regular meeting under Orlando Lodge No. 1048, B'nai
direction of Mrs. Leonard Moss B'rith, held its regular semi-month-
Mrs. Hubert Weiss. All mem- 1.- meeting in the vestry rooms of
i interested in the study of CUl- the synagogue Tuesday, March 17.
\u\ works a e urged to partici- Plans were made for an extensive
membership drive. Mr. Louis Baum
Bib, Clarence Ginsberg, chair- will be guest speaker at the next
In of the dance to be given meeting on March 31st.
Lrch 24th, on the roof garden of ----------
Mayflower Hotel, made a re-, Mrs. Walter Akernian. president
It, It was announced that Mrs.'of the Orange County Parent-
D. Margolis would be hostess at Teacher Association, introduced
lOneg Shabbat gathering in her Governor Dave Sholtz, who deliv-
he on March 22nd, and invited I ered an interesting address before
interested members to lie pres-'a joint meeting: of the parents and
teachers in the Memorial High
school on Monday afternoon. The
most inspirational meeting of 16th was proclaimed as Governor's
Temple Sisterhood was held Day in Orlando by Mayor V. W.
rally in the Temple Home. i Kstes.
It was announced the social com- i
ttee for the month of March Mr. and Mrs. F. Samuels of Ber-
give a dessert bridge under Hn, Germany, arrived Monday to
chairmanship of Mrs. M. H. visit their brother, Mr. Sol Sam-
tlen and Mrs. Harry Gerbert in : ue|s, for several months.
Temple Home on March 31st. ----------
Herbert Weiss, chairman of I The Ladies' Auxiliary of Con-
religious school committee, an- irrigation Ohev Sholem met last
kneed Mrs. Witten will have week at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Irge of the children's Sedar this] Wolfe. Plans were discussed for
lr. various benefits to be given in the
------- near future and committees ap-
e regular monthly meeting of pointed to look after arrangements.
\e, utive board of the Ladies' ----------
ew Sheltering Aid Society and Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger returned
Slie for the Aged was held Friday from a buying trip to New
irsday afternoon in the home of JTork.
I. A. Xaliin in West Springfield,
lli Mrs. J, Shapiro presiding.
B \. Naliin, chairman of the
I' and loan committee, an-
p I that the following will 88-
her in the observance of Moas
Kim, the traditional Jewish lit
Mrs. L. Louis is a guest at the
Florida Sanitarium.
honor in u Miss Eva Greenstein,
bride-elec, whose marriage o Hyem
provision of special Passover Kramer was an even of March 19.
I to all needing it: Mrs. II.
I e, Mrs. J. Hartley. Mrs. I.. Mrs. Harry llcymnn entertained
Ifson, Mrs. p, Haimowitz, Mrs. Sunday afternoon in her home in
> stein, Mrs. J. Shapiro. Mrs. Springfield with a delightful party
l\ Wilensky and Mrs. L. Sche- honoring Miss Eva Greenstein and
Hyem Kramer, whose man ia|
ps. I. Shapiro, as chairman of was an event of March 19th.
anniversary committee, report- During the afternoon Michigan.
hat the profit from the benefit rummy and bridge were enjoyed,
ty had been turned over to the alter which a delicious -upper was
fund.
S. L. Blattner volunteered
chairman of a bridge party
pig the latter part of April.
L. Wolfson and Mrs. J. Bart-
volunteered to serve as host-
is at the regular business meet-
served.
A limn :::. friends were invited to
be with the hostess and honor
guests. Mrs. Heyman was assist-
ed iii caring for her guests by Miss
Mary Kramer.
The Daughters of Israel held
their annual luncheon-bridge in the
lr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Berg- Jewish Center March 18th, with
announce the Bar Mitzvah of Mrs. Perry Kantor chairman of the
\r son, Burton. The service was event. The luncheon began prompt
last Saturday in the Jackson- ly at 1 o'clock and was followed
Jewish Center.
reception was held in honor of
ton Bergman in the home of
parents Sunday, attended by
ly friends.
DS8 Helen Beller of Chicago en-
aincd recently with a card
ly given in the Party House, I Mrs. A. Zoslow.
by several hours of bridge games.
Assisting Mrs. Kantor was Mrs.
Sam Witten and the committee,
which consisted of Mrs. 1. Witten,
Mrs. \. H. Shorstein, Mrs. N'at Co-
hen, Mrs. Joe Blatner, Mrs. Hy
Selber, Miss Ethel Joel, Mrs. M.
Hammerman, Mrs. M. Feldmnn and
Over 41 guests were present at
the El Boulevard restaurant Thurs-
day evening. March 12th. when a
Junior Hadassah of Tampa was or-
ganized.
Miss Lucille Rosenberg acted as
temporary chairman. Mrs. M. H.
Ki.-ler gave the opening prayer,
and an address of welcome was
given by Mr. M. G. Rosenberg in
behalf of the Zionist Organization
of Tampa. Mrs. Dora Iskowitz of
Wilkcs-Barre, Pa., gave a very in-
spiring talk on the work of Ha-
dassah and told of the activities in
her section of the country, anil
urged the members to be faithful
to the principles of Hadassah.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements was composed of Miss
Kuth Finman, Mrs. Jean Finman,
Miss Shirley Bettingole. Miss Mae
I Freeman and Miss Miriam I.ieb.i-
vitz.
Officers elected were: Miss Lu-
( ilit" Rosenberg, president; Miss
Ruth Finman, vice-president; Mrs.
Jean Finman, financial secretary;
Miss Ethel (ioldstein, corresponding
secretary; Miss Shirley Bettingole,
recording secretary, and Miss Mary
Kosi n, treasurer.
Mrs. H. K. Smith of I.utz, health
chairman for the Hillsboro County
Council of Parent-Teacher Associa-
tions, who has stressed the work
against tuberculosis and the use of
the audiometer to detect hard of
hearing tendencies among school
children, acts as consultant to the
local health chairman in any of her
problems.
__
The Tampa section. National
Council of Jewish Women, met last
Wednesday afternoon at Temple
Kodoph Sholom. The delegates
Who attended the recent Southern
interstate convention, held at
Charleston, were Mrs. Isaac Levy,
Mrs. Jerome Waterman, Mrs. Jo-
seph Wohl and Mrs. A. R. Berger,
who made interesting reports.
Mrs. M. l'man, legislative chair-
man, reported on the peace confer-
ence recently held in Washington.
telling of the work this conference
hopes t" accomplish.
Plans for the annual luncheon,
to !' held on May 13th, were dis-
i ussed. This affair Will be held at
the Tampa Terrace Hotel.
S'i a members joining at this
time were Mcsdames c. M. Gug-
genheim and Mrs, J. Stern.
Services begin at 8 o'clock Fri-
day evening at Kodoph Sholom
Temple. Kahlii Adolph Burger will
speak on "The Sacred Vessel of
the Tabernacle. Saturday morn-
ing services start at 9 o'clock.
TAMPA V. M. II. A. NOILS
The first of a series of Sunday
night dances will lie held next Sun-
day at 8:80 o'clock. All members
and their friends will be welcome.
A general meeting of the Y. M.
II. A. will be held in the auditorium
on Monday evening. Committee
reports of the season's activities
will be read and plans for the fu-
ture will be discussed. Members
and prospective members are in-
vited to attend promptly at 8
o'clock. Refreshments and smokes
will be served. The "Co-Eds" will
also meet on this evening.
On Tuesday the class in tap and
West Palm Beach
Notes
A benefit card party sponsored
by Sisterhood Beth El. with Mrs.
Louis Schutzer as hostess, was held
Sunday evening at the Monterey
Hotel. Several tables of bridge'
and other card games were enjoyed,
with high score prizes awarded at
each table. Refreshments were
served.
Mr. Sam (ioldstein, Cy Argintar
and Harry Sirkin were busts at a
card party for the benefit of Tem-
ple Beth Israel Sunday evening at
Schwartsberg Hall on Broward
ave. The party was well attended
and refreshments were served.
group met Tuesday night at Tem-
ple Israel, with Mrs. Louis Ossin-
sky acting as chairman.
Mrs. Leo Kosenblum will act as
,. ailer for disc-u-sioiis.
Rabbi Schenker will present his
interpretation of the customs of
Passover at the next meeting,
when Mrs. Koseiihlum will review
the popular play, "Loyalties."
Miss Elizabeth GrUS was h< stess
Monday night at a surprise party
honoring Miss Kuth Epstein on her
birthday anniversary. Miss Ep-
stein received a guest prize and
prizes for high score in bridge went
to Mrs. Jane Goldberg, Miss Mol-
lie Stein and Miss Marian Levey.
Mrs. Jane Goldberg and her son,
jjack, of Philadelphia, are staying
at 705 Main St. for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Budethal
had as their house guest last week
their niece, Mrs. Katie Classman
of New York City.
Miss Mollie Stein, Mrs. S. Stein
and Miss Marian Levey spent Sun-
day in Sanford and Orlando.
Gerhart Seeger, former member
of the German reichstag, who es-
caped from a Nazi prison, lectured
last Friday night during services
at Temple Beth Israel. Mr. See-
ger spoke on the Nazi terror in
Germany and the Jewish situation.
as well as conditions in general
in Germany today. The temple
was filled to capacity. Following
Mr. Seeger's lecture, Dr. Carl N.
Herman appealed to the audience
on behalf of the $3,500,000 Joint
Distribution Committee campaign,
now in progress.
The Progressive Club will spon-
sor a card party Sunday night,
March 29th, at Temple Israel. Pro-
ceeds will be used for charitable
purposes. Elaborate prizes will be
awarded. Tickets may be pur-
chased from Misses Elizabeth
GrUB, Ethel Nelson, Ruth Epstein,
Clara and Esta Sailer, Marian Kut
berg, Mollie Stein and Marian Le-
vey. Reservations may be ob-
tained by phoning liOfi, 71 or 114.
Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146,
B'nai B'rith. will meet Monday eve.
ning, March 23rd, at the home of
Mi. Jack Fein on Edgewood Drive.
Many important lodge and B'nai
B'rith matters will be discussed
and acted upon. Final nominations
and election of officers will be heel
at the meeting. All members are
urged to attend.
Mrs. E. Kapke of New York,
after a three weeks' stay in Miami,
is now in West Balm Beach, where
she will remain for about a month.
While here she is at the Monterey
Hotel.
Congregation Beth El will hold
services tonight at the synagogue
on Fern Bt., with Kev. Joseph Male
chanting the services. Services
will begin at 8:16 sharp.
Services at Temple Beth Israel
will begin at 8:16 tonight with Dr.
Carl N. Herman officiating. Dr.
Herman will also lecture on an im-
portant topic during the services.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Cong. B'nai Israel will hold Ber\
ices Friday at H p. m.. when Rabbi
A. S. Klcinfeld will preach on
"What Is Traditional Judaism?"
Saturday morning services begin
at 9:30 a. m.
Sunday night at X o'clock then'
will be the annual concert by cele-
brated professional talent. The
Florida Military Academy band,
Mr. Ernest Blumhorg's string quar-
tet and vocalists will participate,
with Rabbi Klcinfeld master of
ceremonies. The committee on ar-
rangements are Mr. Morris Her-
nier. chairman: Mr. II. Ilenken, Mr.
J. Euchs. Special numbers will be
rendered by Miss Jennie Sierkese.
Corinne Silverman, Mrs. Helfen-
stein and Mrs. S. Shapiro.
Mr. Harry Herman met with an
automobile accident and is con-
fined at the Mound Bark Hospital.
Cong, B'nai Israel and his numer-
ous friends wish him a speedy re-
covery.
Daytona Beach
Notes
Urge Nobel Prize for Sigmund
Freud
A cultural group has been or-
ganized here, its program to in-
clude plays, debates, I.....k reviews
and current event discussions. The
acrobatic dancing for children will
be held at ":.'lu in the afternoon
and the meeting of the Merryfel-
lows will be held in the evening.
On Wednesday at 4 p. m. the
study class in contemporary Jew-
ish affairs, under the auspices of
the Council of Jewish Women will
be conducted in the directors' room
by Rabbi Zielonka. Wednesday at
8 p. m. is women's' night in the
gym.
A card party will be given in the
auditorium on Thursday evening
by the Tampa lodge of B'nai B'rith,
to which the public is invited.
London (WNS) A petition to
the Nobel prize committee asking
that the 1986 Nobel literature
prize be awarded to Dr. Sigmund
Freud, lather of psychoanalysis,
has been drafted here by a com-
mittee of distinguished British lit-
erary figures. The same commit-
tee is making plans to observe the
80th birthday of Dr. Freud on May
6th.
Creek Paper Cancels Series of
Articles in Blood Libel Mylh

Athens (WNS)The interven-
tion of Chief Rabbi Koretz is re-
sponsible for an announcement in
the Petris, organ of the Venizelist
party, that it will not publish a
series of articles dealing with the
blood ritual accusation against the
Jews. The articles had been wide-
ly advertised.


P Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 20, [g^

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Society
The nupils of the Dora Rosen-
house School of Dramatic Art en-
tertained with a costume recital
and tea at the home of Miss Ros-
enhouse Sunday afternoon, March
15th. Students in charge of ar-
menta were Lois Reisner,
Shirley Levy, Irma Bernstein and
Gloria Kirstein. Others taking
were: Miriai
I nnenbaum, Phyllis
Koven, Diana
i, Adele Stone, [sal
Mona Pastroff, Mildred Zalka, Ros-
alind I Lovey Friedman,
i Goldberg, Jackie R i en,
nee Cromer, Isadora M
lis, Joyce Rosi gai ten, Mai ioi ie
!. a: ten, Bai' ara Weiner. Ger-
Gordon, Barbara < ioi d in.
An important meeting of the
Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes
which opens Sunday at the
nth Avenue Theatre.
The stars are Clark Gable, Jean
larlow and Wallace Beery, togeth-
i again for the first time in al-
noi I five years.
tory of adven-
i and romance, a story that
ma with lusty action and
abounds with strange emotional
qualities that brings them together.
"'China Seas" is absorbing, thrill-
ng entertainment.
lack Benny ri | eats his su
is the smai t B
way columnist.
Sid Silvi re (rets many a
with his droll humor. Otl i
sonalities who score in I
musical an Elean r P
who plays thi lead Rob-
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will be held at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall Monday evening, .\|a,,,
S-'ni, al X o'clock, when important
matters will be discussed. All mem.
hers arc urged to attend.
*
*
The Junior Congregation i:
David Congregation is sponsoring
a gala mask ball at Beth Davkj
Talmud Torah Hall Sunda
. March 22nd, al B o'clock.
Prizes will be awarded n
costumes. Hen Bernard's
tia will fui music fi
ing. The public is in.
i paration are now tn
for the annual Il n'l S
the pupils of Beth I'avid Talmud
Torah an 1 Sunday school. Fuli
details will be announced
next issue.

Mr. Michael Kantor of I
N. J., arrived lure to join his wife
.is the gu( >ts of his fath
r-in-law, Mr. and Mi I
seph Schonfeld, pioneer residi
Miami. They will leave for a
visit to Havana today and ther.
spend some time in Miami.
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riday, March 20, 1036
Society
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Miss Celia Dobrin, as temporary
man of the Young Judea
. oupi will entertain tomorrow,
day, March 21st, at 2 p. m.,
an organization meeting to
v hull all Ki'''s between the ages
- and 15 arc cordially invited.
- will ho adopted at this mect-
acquaint the youth of this
with the principles and pur-
of this nationally famous or-
nnization.
Adult sponsors of this group are
imea II. Schonberg, Alfred G.
and Miss Ursula Setlow.
Tampa Shriners are planning an
elaborate entertainment program
for Wednesday, March 25th. when
the imperial potentate for North
America. Leo.nard P. Steuarl
Washington, D. C, visits I
Tenr
Beginning with a reception and
luncheon at the Temple from 5 to
~ p. m., the session will then be
transferred to the Tampa Munici-
pal Auditorium, where the spring
ceremonial and Initiation of new
candidates will occur.
The ceremonial will begin at 7:30
p. m. and continue until 9:30, to be
' Owed by a dance and floor show
"A Night in Harlem."
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Matzoh Farfel, Cake Meal, Baby Food, Potato
Starch, Coffee, Tea and Spices.
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first greyhound race at the West Flakier Kennel Club, with Big
l.addie, top dog at Miami's popular downtown truck.
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OPEN FOR THE SPRING SEASON
WE INVITE THE NATION'S TURF PATRONS TO
Society
Mr. Larry Gilbert of the Gold-
stein & Gilbert Restaurant at
.Miami Beach is now convalescing
from a recent operation at the
Jackson Memorial Hospital.
9*0
Husch's Villa ;it Miami Beach is
now taking reservation! for the en-
tire Passover week or for the Sed-
arini which will be conducted by a
prominent Miamian. Reasonable
prices will lie charged for the two
Sedarim or for the entire week,
and the usual excellent cuisine will
be served to the guests and the
general public who desire to at-
tend.
*
An outstanding cultural after-
noon is being sponsored Friday
afternoon, March 27th, at 2 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Harry Rubin,
173(1 s. w. Ninth st., for the bene-
fit of the Hebrew Union College
Scholarship Fund. Mrs. William
V. Little, prominent dramatic read-
er, will present one of the popular
current dramatic hits now on the
Homelike
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April 6th and 7th
And the Entire Week of
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and refreshments will be served.
The public is urged to attend. Only
a nominal charge will be made.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Harry Rubin or Mrs. Isaac
Levin.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIA.N
Friday, March 20, l'JUfi
l

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Society
An unusually large crowd at-
tended the first annual bazaar ami
dance sponsored by the V. M. II.
A. for the benefit of its building
fund. Mr. Al Roaenfeld was chair-
man of the arrangements commit-
tee, with the executive director,
Borfc Schlachman, in general
charge. A large sum of money was
raised.
< <:
Beth David Talmud Torah Audi-
torium was crowded t<> capacity
last Sunday night at the joint Yid-
dish concert and theatrical per-
formance sponsored for the bene-
fit of MAS, the Gewerkschaften j
Campaign, and the Southeastern |
Region Arbeiter Ring Schule. The
thanks of the arrangements com- \
mittee was voted to all those who
participated and those who contrib- ,
uteil in make the event a financial
and social success. Cantor Louis
Hayman was master of ceremonies.

Kahlii .lulius Washer of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
ti'in and Rabbi David 1. Rosen-
bloom of Beth Jacob Congregation,
Miami Beach, will again lie in
charge :it the Miami Home .Milk
Producers Association in the pro-
duction of Passover kosher dairy
products. A separate dairy has been
set aside, which will he limited for
Jewish use only and where a mash-
giach appointed by the ralihis will
icside during the entire Passover
week. The rabbis' signatures will
appear on each bottle and package
of Passover products to insure the
consumers that everything has
passed the rigid ritual requirements
fixed by the rabbis. The Miami
Home Milk Producers Association
was the first dairy in the Greater
Miami area to undertake to provide
the Jewish population their Pass-
over necessities. Customers are
urged to make their reservation?
witi-, the route drivers for their re-
quirements,
* *
The Miami chapter of Senior
Hadassah will hold a joint meeting
with "'The Group," an organization
-tailed this year at Miami Beach
for the cultural advancement of
its members, at 1061 Collins ave.,
Miami Beach, Saturday a.\> noon,
March 21st, at 2:30 o'clock, when
lr. Abraham Wolf son will address
the gathering on "The Golden Age
of the Spanish .lew." Kvelyn Raff
will sing several selections and
Mr-. John Rissman of Chicago ami
Miami will speak on current Jew-
ish .vents.
Reservation, arc n w being tak-
en hy the Biscayne-Collins Hotel
at Miami Beach, operating under
the same Mado sky management
as the Riverside Hotel at Mt. Clem-
ens, Mich., for the Sailer services
the nights of April lith and Tth,
which will he conducted with the
traditional ritual hy a prominent
Miamian, as well as for the entire
Passover week. A special holiday
cuisine will he provided.
Eighteen of the 2\ 3-year-olds
nominated for the S2.MIH) Royal
Palm Handicap, the mile feature of
the Tropical Park racing program
Saturday, also are named for the
$5,000 Derby Consolation, the ma-
jor stake of the 23-day meeting
which will be run on Saturday,
April 1th.
Included in the list of n< mina-
tions and weights released by John
B. Campbell, racing secretary, yes-
terday, is Cornelius Vanderbilt
Whitney's Bright Plumage, which
finished third in the Florida Derby
and will be the young Eastern
sportsman's chief hope for Ken-
tucky Derby honors. Other el-
igible* for the Royal Palm which
rac id in the Florida Derby are ihe
Maemeie Farm's Maeriel. top
weight under 120 pounds; the
(ireentl'ee Stable's Jamboree, and
ihe \\ heathy Stable's Faust.
An international touch is added
to Saturday's take by the nomina-
tion of San tan, 3-year-old star of
the K. F. Seagram Sable of Can-
: da. TthiB colt was highly regard-
ed as a juvenile and returns to the
races after a lengthy vacation in
the Royal Palm.
Ihrough Saturday's race will be
obtained a valuable line upon the
1 ei '> Cons ilation .-takes, which
will be a furlong farther than the
:., \.i. aim. The only horses on
I. Royal Palm list not named for
11,.. $6,000 stake race are the
Southland Stable's Sandy Boy,
C,e ige 11. Wid. ncr's Play Chance
and Ihe Wheatley Stable'.- Faust.
*
Aii important meeting of Junior
Had.i. sah will be held at the Ai-
raaar Hotel next Monday evt.iing,
March 23rd, beginning at h o'clock.
A.I members are urged to attend.
An interesting program will be
presented.
An important meeting of the
ocal B'nai B'rith lodge will lie held
it Beth David Talmud Torah Au-
ditorium next Tuesday evening,
March 28rd, at 8 o'clock, when im-
portant business will be presented.
Plans will he submitted for a boat
ride to be held during April. In
charge of this affair will be a com-
mittee Headed by Dr. Frank Coret hers who are eligible to register
a- chairman.
Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the
B'nai B'rith lodge, this week is-
sued a call to all B'nai B'rith raera-
and pay poll taxes, so that they
would be in a position to exercise
their right of citizenship and vote
i.t the coming elections.
If
V-" /Miprr Talc 'nlin*n':il
ruiflinr. rirlrrtnhlr find
med an deftly that you
are uniwirr of the waiter ;
(hen you arr sure to be
delighted with the
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For an Enjoyable Passover
Make Your Reservations With
Biscayne-Collins
Hotel
Hiscayns St. at Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Madorsky Management
For the Sedorim. April fith
and April Tth. or for the
Kntire Passover Week.
A Prominent liahhi Will
Conduct the Services
Better Housing
Exposition
Biscayne Blvd. at S. E. First Street
March 20,21,23,24,25, at 8:30 P. M.
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
ALL-STAR SHOW
for
ACTORS FUND OF AMERICA
RBINAI.I) WERRENRATH
A I. BERNIR EDNA SEDGWICK
PHILIP STEELE Royal Palm Club Artists
MERCEDES DE VELASCO JOY AND NERENNE
DON LANNING, MASTER OF CEREMONIES
All Tickets Fifty Cents
Tickets fur Slogan Contest Admit Holders In
Exposition and Show
C I. I I' T HIS C O l I' () N :
CONG. BETH JACOB
Present -
The Sensational
1 .{.Year-Old Cantor
MENASHE'LE
At Its Synagogue
.'ill Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
FRIDAY. MARCH 20
5:30 P. M. and 8:30 P. M.
SATURDAY, MARCH 21
At !t A. M.
GALA CONCERT
Sunday. March 22nd.
at 8 P. M.
SLOGAN CONTEST COUPON
Wiit.- In hi word., "Wh 1 would HK.- to own home in Great
Miami."
M\ -l.i.'jui t
Mail i r ink,* thifl coupon with 50c i> monev or atamiai to THE
PETTEH HOUSING EXPOSITION COMMITTEE, Second Poor Old
I'n-t Office Bulldlnit, where it will be exchanged fur h numbered
ticket wh'eh will l.......nnil bolder t" attend th,- BETTER llo.MKs
EXPOSITION, March 20 t" April .'.. 1086.
N me
Adiirew
We take pleasure and pride in announcing thai
K osher Passover Dairy Products
ill be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of
RABBI DAVID I. R0SENBL00M
Cong. Beth .laroh. Miami Beach
and RABBI JULIUS WASHER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Miami
and in the presence of a MASHGIACH, appointed by the rabbis
II YOU ARK Now a CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS
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Friday, March 20, 1986 interested. Those who are honest in their representations are Ihose who should he in the forefront of every fight t'i eliminate Ihe fraudulent and dishonest hotel operators. We were rather surprised that two of the hotels who had a prior reputation for honesty, one in partieular who had been a pioneer in the hotel business, had not replied to the letter and had ignored the questionnaire. The Jewish Floridian merely proposed to brine to the attention of the general public throughout the United States a condition that we believed to be unhealthy for our people. We are happy to receive the following two letters, which speak for themselves, because we believe that honest and upright bole's should become active and not merely passive figures in any movement for honesty: THE HOTEL MAYFLOWER March 17th. 1086. Dear Mr. Shochet: I am enclosing, herewith, questionnaire which you sent me. filled in and sinned as requested. I am very sorry that I overlooked the matter of filling out this questionaire some time ago and can assure you it was not done intentionally, but due to pressure of business. However, in fil ing (rut this questionnaire I wish to assure you. Mr. Shochet, that you will have my whole-hearted co-operation in your movement and if there is anything I can do to further your plans in this regard, please advise. Yours very truly, MAX GROSSMAN. Mr. J. I.ouis Shochet. Editor. &f The Jewish Floridian, Miami, Fla. RELVEDERE HOTEL March ISth. 19S6. The Jewish Floridian. Miami, Fla. Dear Mr. Shochet: I sincerely regret that because of illness I neglected to reply' to the questionnaire you sent us. and which I am now returning. I want to assure you that we are more than happy to co operate in every move which will bring kashrus. We upheld this sacred principle in the early days of Miami, when it was rather difficult. and we are more than happy to uphold this tradition of strict kashrus now. (Mease accept my pledge of support in your splendid work. Sincerely, THE BELVEDERE HOTEL MRS. S. J. FREIDIN. We take Mrs. Freidin and Mr. Grossman at their word and we shall count upon them when the time arrives, whicn we hope will be very soon, when action will be taken tnat will indeed be agreeable to the general patrons of kosher I hotels. In our next issue we propose to suggest steps which will I mean much, not onlv to the hotels, but to the general Jewish consuming public that cares, and we believe will insure kashjrus in every particular. We arc finding out today thai for a generation or so we have ii puffed up by the illusion that the physical power of the modern n a :hine, which we handle even hout understanding the mi rhanism, is ( physical and intellectual entity. MAN is still an atom OF the universe, IN the universe, ami finds his WHOLE only as he consciously becomes a PART of that universe, and understands his part is a part of society and of the cosmos. intelligent men have lust their i i sition of influence in the world of action because they are superficial in their grasp which RED GION once gave them. The modern scientific knowledge which deals with hits of the universe has obliterated the fact that science and scientific knowledge and scientific men, all form but part of reality. Furthermore, these men of intelligence have lost the important knowledge that PUBLIC MORALITY is a PART of private morality and cannot be Bepjarated from it. And still furthern ore have these intelligent men of today forgotten that scientific material knowledge is NOT the whole I picture of the universe. RELIGION, based on physical knowl| edge, can give an account of the WHOLE of the universe m which we live. Woe unto the generation that forgets the spirit in any ai I count of human life and activity. Young men and women are be| ginning to get tired of a soulless universe and a too easy mode oi I hysical existence. They want a MEANING to life, a meaning that requires the dedication of all man's faculties to the meaning; of life. THAT is why Fascism and Communism are successful and Intelligent programs are NOT. "Nationalism and Communism do not invite participation; they command allegiance. They do not persuade to hypotheses; they declare finalities. They do not encourage discussion; they silence criticism. They do not promise satisfaction; I hey demand sacrifice. They do not pamper men; they conscript their souls. They do not magnify the individual; they require his all in the service of the whole. But from that complete self-giving they propose to build a new world for all mankind."Henry P. Van Duscn. Nobody will pay any attention to what is written here or anywhere ilse, and certainly no .lew will pay any attention hecause Jews, after all, are intelligent, and intelligent people never act together for their own good or anybody else's. .lust as nations are today sick and quarrelsome and dizzy because they have not yet fully realized thai it is not Liberty, nor Fraternity, nor Equality, hut JUSTICE, that must become the ingredient of every nation's program, so the Jews do not realize in their split and aching individuality that the OBSERVANCE OF THE SABHATH, with a'l the attending sacrifices, will make them whole, a part belonging to the whole, integrating the self to the Historic Body of Israel and to Jewish Way of Life! Modern life has done something to all religions. Christians are beginning to realize THAT, and they are realizing that religion, ethical long ni y watche 1 the tender shoots come up in that once barren oil. When rain failed, when drouth came, they watered : e land wil h thai they brought wearilj from far away. i upful by d I he land il h thi ii ar And now cone a el rabbinical gentleman wh i had been among the jeerers, who had called these nan fools, whose hand had always been against theirs and he wants to reap. He wants to reap. And he calls his willingness to reap the fruit of the field benevolence. He wants to he commended for his willingness to reap. He wants it strictly understood, moreover, that he -till considers those who brought the soil back and plowed and watered and seeded it dreami i B and fools and di.-tui 'heran I enemies. 1 must -ay that the spir. itual chutzpah involved strikes me as gigantic, colossal, unparalleled. if it had nol been for the early ZioniBtS who hoped when thei A a no hope, who toiled when all ioil ed fruitless, who died without even a glimpse of the fulfillment :' their hopes and who nevertheless died with their gallant and immortal faith unbroken if it had not been for them there wotdd he no Palestine, no homeland, no Fritz Yisrael to be tha object of the lx in • lence of our fashionable .alibi I'm nol a rabbi. I'm .iust a layman and an amha'aretz. But I there is one thing that I'm grateful for, one thing that 1 shall tell my little son, it is this; it isn't Hitler that made me a Zionist. 1 had lived, through little fault of my own. in a world alienated and estranged from our people. But so soon as I was able to break the evil ban that had held me in thai world and so soon as 1 -aw the iause of Zion, the Zion to be rebuilt both in our hearts and in our land, 1 knew by the immediate knowledge of spiritual vision that this was henceforth my life and my cause. I knew it not only 1'rom the depth of every unspoiled instinct left within me; I knew it by the witness of the quality of the cause itself and of the quality and fate of its founders and its early proponents and supporters. The world had been against them. The rich and powerful and fashionable and faithless had calle I them fools. They did so still. Everything had been against them and was often still that was allied to worldliness and the love of power and the vain show of things. Yes, and often policy and cleverness and indeed security and shallow reasoning had been or seemed to be against them. And therefore, all other things aside, I knew that they were my men and that their cause was my cause. And I am sometimes a little taken aback nowadays by the comparative fashic nableness and good repute of the cause and I could wish for myself that I had belonged to an earlier generation of Zionists when to be a Zionist was still to be an object of jeers and contumely Do I have to say that to a rabbi, to a professional spiritual leader'.' Well, In spile of his assertions to the contrary, the group to which he belongs is small and is diminishing. But 1 confess that I would have ted or, at least, liked his ar: % % %  had he left out that out being benevolent to Palestine. W< want the pro Pali Btinian 'ahy; we want their help for our ited; we above %  l|! for AII sake. All Work lor Palestine is redeeming; it redeems him who performs it and i im who benefits by it and it would l • %  pedantic to look too closely a t -he ideological equipmenl id' every friend and supporter of our cause. Thai would be silly, intolerant, unbrotherly, But when it comes to I spiritual leaders it is disappointing that they have no sure instinct for the life of the spirit nor know that all great things have been wrought by ideas that once seemed foolish !.i the worldly ami unpractical to the practical ideas defiant of the powers and principalities of earth and carelesi of the m. But when these ideas have created a new good, let nol the purblind and the worldly who sunn the ideas insult that good. (Copyright, 1930, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Jewish News Around the World u ill Noi Suspend .leish Immigration into Palestine Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) Leaders of the five Arab political parties have been informed that the Palestine government did not intend to suspend Jewish immigration in replies which they received from .1. H. Thomas, British colonial secretary, in response to their recent memorandum urging the stoppage of Jewish immigration. Repeating former statements he had made on this subject, Mr. Thomas declared that "it is impossible to suspend immigration which is limited to the country's absorptive capacity." Fourteen Countries Participating in Levant Pair Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency) Fourteen foreign countries will participate in the forthcoming Levant fair, which will he larger in scope and in number of exhibitors than all of its predecessors, according to a statement made by Mayor Meier Dizengoff at a meeting of the fair committee. The exhibit, which will include all types of development, will begin on April 'Kith. Palestine itself wil' have siv. times as many exhibit?, as it submitted in 1934, the manager of the fair reported. The fourteen countries participating in elude England, France and Bel gium. Holland, Norway and Turkey will also be represented for the first time. conduct in private AND public life completes the program of a sound human life. So does Judaism realize all that. AND Judaism realizes also that Judaism has been made too easy, and THEREFORE has become valueless. Judaism is beginning to demand SACRIFICE for the observance of the SABBATH, yes, the observance of the Sabbath every week, that will make Judaism worth while, and the Jew dignified and appreciative of the spiritual content of life. Jewish Refugees Here Called to (ierman Armv Be-ton (WNS)—Although Jews an specifically barred from the German army, German Jewish refugei s resident in this city have received instructions from Berlin to register with the (ierman consulate lu re for military service in the reich. Worried by these instructions, the refugees have appealed to local Jewish leaders for advice.



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r iday, March 20, 1036 Society THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Miss Celia Dobrin, as temporary man of the Young Judea oupi will entertain tomorrow, day, March 21st, at 2 p. m., an organization meeting to v hull all Ki'''s between the ages and 15 arc cordially invited. will ho adopted at this mectacquaint the youth of this with the principles and purof this nationally famous or%  nnization. Adult sponsors of this group are imea II. Schonberg, Alfred G. and Miss Ursula Setlow. Tampa Shriners are planning an elaborate entertainment program for Wednesday, March 25th. when the imperial potentate for North America. Leo.nard P. Steuarl Washington, D. C, visits I Tenr Beginning with a reception and luncheon at the Temple from 5 to ~ p. m., the session will then be transferred to the Tampa Municipal Auditorium, where the spring ceremonial and Initiation of new candidates will occur. The ceremonial will begin at 7:30 p. m. and continue until 9:30, to be Owed by a dance and floor show "A Night in Harlem." I'ai'i Seven HN*' Ihcse Famous, High Quality Passover Products will again bring enjoyment to your holiday table: Horowitz-Margareten Matzohs "The Mat/oh with the Taste" Horowitz-Margareten Egg Noodles, Egg Barley, Egg Flakes, Egg Matzohs, Whole Wheat Matzohs, Hygienic Matzohs, Matzoh Meal, Matzoh Farfel, Cake Meal, Baby Food, Potato Starch, Coffee, Tea and Spices. STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER At all groceries Florida Representative: FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN DRINK WAGNER BEER MALE WINTER VISITOR (JOES -— TO THE DOGS Here you see Miss Mary (on Dyke, prominent (oral Cables visitor, ho came all the way from Rotterdam, Holland, to see her first greyhound race at the West Flakier Kennel Club, with Big l.addie, top dog at Miami's popular downtown truck. Dr. Arthur Robert llinterpohl Spaslallsinif in Mndt-rn Thvrapeulii n. I'uinli and Hloi'dlrHH Removal of Ton*iU and lli-murrhmd. 106 Congress Rldg. I'll..ii. I-IIH White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel OPEN FOR THE SPRING SEASON WE INVITE THE NATION'S TURF PATRONS TO Society Mr. Larry Gilbert of the Goldstein & Gilbert Restaurant at .Miami Beach is now convalescing from a recent operation at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. 9*0 Husch's Villa ;it Miami Beach is now taking reservation! for the entire Passover week or for the Sedarini which will be conducted by a prominent Miamian. Reasonable prices will lie charged for the two Sedarim or for the entire week, and the usual excellent cuisine will be served to the guests and the general public who desire to attend. • An outstanding cultural afternoon is being sponsored Friday afternoon, March 27th, at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Harry Rubin, 173(1 s. w. Ninth st., for the benefit of the Hebrew Union College Scholarship Fund. Mrs. William V. Little, prominent dramatic reader, will present one of the popular current dramatic hits now on the Homelike Inviting t he Turfmen's Rendezvous M odern •MIAMI'S FRIENDLY RACE COURSE" Plcai2.it Post Time 2 P. M. Grandstand Clubhouse SI.00 $2.50 RESERVATIONS MAY BE MADE NOW! PASSOVER SEDARIM April 6th and 7th And the Entire Week of I'astiover at SCHECHTERS Ocean View Inn 158 OCEAN DRIVE Miami Beach STRICTLY KOSHER REASONABLE PRICES New York stage. Following the program, a social hour will be spent and refreshments will be served. The public is urged to attend. Only a nominal charge will be made. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Harry Rubin or Mrs. Isaac Levin. For QUALITY iintl KASHRUS Buy al MALTER'S Kosher Meat and Poultry Market bis COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Phone 5-S7S1 FREE DELIVERY ts^fc. "Jacksonville's Leading Hotel" THE SEMINOLE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. CHA8. B. CRINER, Manager A human, home-like institution where you will find your individual comfort and entertainment a matter of great importance. A steel fireproof building located in the heart of the city. Every Room with Combination Tub and Shower Bath, Radio, Electric Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for Summer Ventilation, Comfortable Beds with Mattresses of Inner Spring Construction and Individual R e t. d i n g Lamps. RATES 7) RMU will, Prir.l. Baft, 2.••—Simla M Raoaaa with Prival. Balk 2.5*—Sin*la • *aii with Privala Balk l.tS—Simla Zl RMUM wltk Private Balk l.M Simla I* Saaapl* Roam with Pn.ata Balk • .••—Simla SI li.HT INCREASE FOR DOUBLE OCCUPANCY


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Lay, March 20, 1936 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN icksonville News ["he Senior Hadassah Chapter |1 recently with Mrs. Ben Stein ksuling. The annual linen show. [was presented and the twentylit h anniversary of the founding Hadassah was commemorated. ki i Meyerson read the opening Iyer, after which Mrs. Stein welted the visitors. Mrs. Ike Witread a letter from Miss Henfa S/.old thanking; the chapter |lladassah for the trees planted inor of her seventy-fifth birthPage Five STATEWIDE NEWS lli-. Myerson asked for volunfor sewing on garments for [dassah, with the Temple Sisteriin Thursday in the Temple Orlando Notes Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Max Baker of Palatka were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kanner for Beveral days. Mr. Ben Arstein returned Saturday from a buying trip to New York. Mis. Ben Cohen of Philadelphia, Pa., entertained recently at the Mrs. Herbert Weiss, doPerrydoll tearoom with a delightIg 1 banquet chairman, asked that ful luncheon and bridge. members having banks holding Itriblltiona for this affair bring tm to the next meeting. It was announced that a study |up will meet at 1:45 o'clock the of the regular meeting under Orlando Lodge No. 1048, B'nai direction of Mrs. Leonard Moss B'rith, held its regular semi-monthMrs. Hubert Weiss. All mem1.meeting in the vestry rooms of i interested in the study of CUlthe synagogue Tuesday, March 17. \u\ works a e urged to particiPlans were made for an extensive membership drive. Mr. Louis Baum BIB, Clarence Ginsberg, chairwill be guest speaker at the next In of the dance to be given meeting on March 31st. Lrch 24th, on the roof garden of Mayflower Hotel, made a re-, Mrs. Walter Akernian. president It, It was announced that Mrs. o f the Orange County ParentD. Margolis would be hostess at Teacher Association, introduced lOneg Shabbat gathering in her Governor Dave Sholtz, who delivhe on March 22nd, and invited I ered an interesting address before interested members to lie pres-'a joint meeting: of the parents and teachers in the Memorial High school on Monday afternoon. The most inspirational meeting of 16th was proclaimed as Governor's Temple Sisterhood was held Day in Orlando by Mayor V. W. rally in the Temple Home. i Kstes. It was announced the social comi ttee for the month of March Mr. and Mrs. F. Samuels of Bergive a dessert bridge under Hn, Germany, arrived Monday to chairmanship of Mrs. M. H. visit their brother, Mr. Sol Samtlen and Mrs. Harry Gerbert in : ue |s, for several months. Temple Home on March 31st. • Herbert Weiss, chairman of I The Ladies' Auxiliary of Conreligious school committee, anirrigation Ohev Sholem met last kneed Mrs. Witten will have week at the home of Mrs. Joseph Irge of the children's Sedar this] Wolfe. Plans were discussed for lr. various benefits to be given in the -— near future and committees ape regular monthly meeting of pointed to look after arrangements. \e, utive board of the Ladies' ew Sheltering Aid Society and Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger returned Slie for the Aged was held Friday from a buying trip to New irsday afternoon in the home of JTork. I. A. Xaliin in West Springfield, lli Mrs. J, Shapiro presiding. B \. Naliin, chairman of the I' and loan committee, anp• %  %  %  I that the following will 88her in the observance of Moas Kim, the traditional Jewish lit Mrs. L. Louis is a guest at the Florida Sanitarium. honor in u Miss Eva Greenstein, bride-elec, whose marriage o Hyem provision of special Passover Kramer was an even of March 19. I to all needing it: Mrs. II. I e, Mrs. J. Hartley. Mrs. I.. Mrs. Harry llcymnn entertained Ifson, Mrs. p, Haimowitz, Mrs. Sunday afternoon in her home in > stein, Mrs. J. Shapiro. Mrs. Springfield with a delightful party l\ Wilensky and Mrs. L. Schehonoring Miss Eva Greenstein and Hyem Kramer, whose man ia| ps. I. Shapiro, as chairman of was an event of March 19th. anniversary committee, reportDuring the afternoon Michigan. hat the profit from the benefit rummy and bridge were enjoyed, ty had been turned over to the alter which a delicious -upper was fund. %  S. L. Blattner volunteered chairman of a bridge party pig the latter part of April. L. Wolfson and Mrs. J. Bartvolunteered to serve as hostis at the regular business meetserved. A limn :::. friends were invited to be with the hostess and honor guests. Mrs. Heyman was assisted iii caring for her guests by Miss Mary Kramer. The Daughters of Israel held their annual luncheon-bridge in the lr. and Mrs. Samuel N. BergJewish Center March 18th, with announce the Bar Mitzvah of Mrs. Perry Kantor chairman of the \r son, Burton. The service was event. The luncheon began prompt last Saturday in the Jacksonly at 1 o'clock and was followed Jewish Center. reception was held in honor of ton Bergman in the home of parents Sunday, attended by ly friends. DS8 Helen Beller of Chicago enaincd recently with a card ly given in the Party House, I Mrs. A. Zoslow. by several hours of bridge games. Assisting Mrs. Kantor was Mrs. Sam Witten and the committee, which consisted of Mrs. 1. Witten, Mrs. \. H. Shorstein, Mrs. N'at Cohen, Mrs. Joe Blatner, Mrs. Hy Selber, Miss Ethel Joel, Mrs. M. Hammerman, Mrs. M. Feldmnn and Over 41 guests were present at the El Boulevard restaurant Thursday evening. March 12th. when a Junior Hadassah of Tampa was organized. Miss Lucille Rosenberg acted as temporary chairman. Mrs. M. H. Ki.-ler gave the opening prayer, and an address of welcome was given by Mr. M. G. Rosenberg in behalf of the Zionist Organization of Tampa. Mrs. Dora Iskowitz of Wilkcs-Barre, Pa., gave a very inspiring talk on the work of Hadassah and told of the activities in her section of the country, anil urged the members to be faithful to the principles of Hadassah. The committee in charge of arrangements was composed of Miss Kuth Finman, Mrs. Jean Finman, Miss Shirley Bettingole. Miss Mae I Freeman and Miss Miriam I.ieb.ivitz. Officers elected were: Miss Lu( ilit" Rosenberg, president; Miss Ruth Finman, vice-president; Mrs. Jean Finman, financial secretary; Miss Ethel (ioldstein, corresponding secretary; Miss Shirley Bettingole, recording secretary, and Miss Mary Kosi n, treasurer. Mrs. H. K. Smith of I.utz, health chairman for the Hillsboro County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations, who has stressed the work against tuberculosis and the use of the audiometer to detect hard of hearing tendencies among school children, acts as consultant to the local health chairman in any of her problems. The Tampa section. National Council of Jewish Women, met last Wednesday afternoon at Temple Kodoph Sholom. The delegates Who attended the recent Southern interstate convention, held at Charleston, were Mrs. Isaac Levy, Mrs. Jerome Waterman, Mrs. Joseph Wohl and Mrs. A. R. Berger, who made interesting reports. Mrs. M. l'man, legislative chairman, reported on the peace conference recently held in Washington. telling of the work this conference hopes t" accomplish. Plans for the annual luncheon, to !' held on May 13th, were disi ussed. This affair Will be held at the Tampa Terrace Hotel. S'I A members joining at this time were Mcsdames c. M. Guggenheim and Mrs, J. Stern. Services begin at 8 o'clock Friday evening at Kodoph Sholom Temple. Kahlii Adolph Burger will speak on "The Sacred Vessel of the Tabernacle. Saturday morning services start at 9 o'clock. TAMPA V. M. II. A. NOILS The first of a series of Sunday night dances will lie held next Sunday at 8:80 o'clock. All members and their friends will be welcome. A general meeting of the Y. M. II. A. will be held in the auditorium on Monday evening. Committee reports of the season's activities will be read and plans for the future will be discussed. Members and prospective members are invited to attend promptly at 8 o'clock. Refreshments and smokes will be served. The "Co-Eds" will also meet on this evening. On Tuesday the class in tap and West Palm Beach Notes A benefit card party sponsored by Sisterhood Beth El. with Mrs. Louis Schutzer as hostess, was held Sunday evening at the Monterey Hotel. Several tables of bridge' and other card games were enjoyed, with high score prizes awarded at each table. Refreshments were served. Mr. Sam (ioldstein, Cy Argintar and Harry Sirkin were busts at a card party for the benefit of Temple Beth Israel Sunday evening at Schwartsberg Hall on Broward ave. The party was well attended and refreshments were served. group met Tuesday night at Temple Israel, with Mrs. Louis Ossinsky acting as chairman. Mrs. Leo Kosenblum will act as ,. ailer for disc -u-sioiis. Rabbi Schenker will present his interpretation of the customs of Passover at the next meeting, when Mrs. Koseiihlum will review the popular play, "Loyalties." Miss Elizabeth GrUS was h< stess Monday night at a surprise party honoring Miss Kuth Epstein on her birthday anniversary. Miss Epstein received a guest prize and prizes for high score in bridge went to Mrs. Jane Goldberg, Miss Mollie Stein and Miss Marian Levey. Mrs. Jane Goldberg and her son, jjack, of Philadelphia, are staying at 705 Main St. for some time. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Budethal had as their house guest last week their niece, Mrs. Katie Classman of New York City. Miss Mollie Stein, Mrs. S. Stein and Miss Marian Levey spent Sunday in Sanford and Orlando. Gerhart Seeger, former member of the German reichstag, who escaped from a Nazi prison, lectured last Friday night during services at Temple Beth Israel. Mr. Seeger spoke on the Nazi terror in Germany and the Jewish situation. as well as conditions in general in Germany today. The temple was filled to capacity. Following Mr. Seeger's lecture, Dr. Carl N. Herman appealed to the audience on behalf of the $3,500,000 Joint Distribution Committee campaign, now in progress. The Progressive Club will sponsor a card party Sunday night, March 29th, at Temple Israel. Proceeds will be used for charitable purposes. Elaborate prizes will be awarded. Tickets may be purchased from Misses Elizabeth GrUB, Ethel Nelson, Ruth Epstein, Clara and Esta Sailer, Marian Kut berg, Mollie Stein and Marian Levey. Reservations may be obtained by phoning liOfi, 71 or 114. Palm Beach Lodge No. 1146, B'nai B'rith. will meet Monday eve. ning, March 23rd, at the home of Mi. Jack Fein on Edgewood Drive. Many important lodge and B'nai B'rith matters will be discussed and acted upon. Final nominations and election of officers will be heel at the meeting. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. E. Kapke of New York, after a three weeks' stay in Miami, is now in West Balm Beach, where she will remain for about a month. While here she is at the Monterey Hotel. Congregation Beth El will hold services tonight at the synagogue on Fern Bt., with Kev. Joseph Male chanting the services. Services will begin at 8:16 sharp. Services at Temple Beth Israel will begin at 8:16 tonight with Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating. Dr. Herman will also lecture on an important topic during the services. St. Petersburg Notes Cong. B'nai Israel will hold Ber\ ices Friday at H p. m.. when Rabbi A. S. Klcinfeld will preach on "What Is Traditional Judaism?" Saturday morning services begin at 9:30 a. m. Sunday night at X o'clock then' will be the annual concert by celebrated professional talent. The Florida Military Academy band, Mr. Ernest Blumhorg's string quartet and vocalists will participate, with Rabbi Klcinfeld master of ceremonies. The committee on arrangements are Mr. Morris Hernier. chairman: Mr. II. Ilenken, Mr. J. Euchs. Special numbers will be rendered by Miss Jennie Sierkese. Corinne Silverman, Mrs. Helfenstein and Mrs. S. Shapiro. Mr. Harry Herman met with an automobile accident and is confined at the Mound Bark Hospital. Cong, B'nai Israel and his numerous friends wish him a speedy recovery. Daytona Beach Notes Urge Nobel Prize for Sigmund Freud A cultural group has been organized here, its program to include plays, debates, I k reviews and current event discussions. The acrobatic dancing for children will be held at ":.'lu in the afternoon and the meeting of the Merryfellows will be held in the evening. On Wednesday at 4 p. m. the study class in contemporary Jewish affairs, under the auspices of the Council of Jewish Women will be conducted in the directors' room by Rabbi Zielonka. Wednesday at 8 p. m. is women's' night in the gym. A card party will be given in the auditorium on Thursday evening by the Tampa lodge of B'nai B'rith, to which the public is invited. London (WNS) — A petition to the Nobel prize committee asking that the 1986 Nobel literature prize be awarded to Dr. Sigmund Freud, lather of psychoanalysis, has been drafted here by a committee of distinguished British literary figures. The same committee is making plans to observe the 80th birthday of Dr. Freud on May 6th. Creek Paper Cancels Series of Articles in Blood Libel Mylh Athens (WNS)—The intervention of Chief Rabbi Koretz is responsible for an announcement in the Petris, organ of the Venizelist party, that it will not publish a series of articles dealing with the blood ritual accusation against the Jews. 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Page Kight THE JEWISH FLORIDIA.N Friday, March 20, l'JUfi l • !; %  : Society An unusually large crowd attended the first annual bazaar ami dance sponsored by the V. M. II. A. for the benefit of its building fund. Mr. Al Roaenfeld was chairman of the arrangements committee, with the executive director, Borfc Schlachman, in general charge. A large sum of money was raised. <• • <: %  Beth David Talmud Torah Auditorium was crowded t<> capacity last Sunday night at the joint Yiddish concert and theatrical performance sponsored for the benefit of MAS, the Gewerkschaften j Campaign, and the Southeastern | Region Arbeiter Ring Schule. The thanks of the arrangements com\ mittee was voted to all those who participated and those who contrib, uteil in make the event a financial and social success. Cantor Louis Hayman was master of ceremonies. • • • Kahlii .lulius Washer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregati'in and Rabbi David 1. Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, will again lie in charge :it the Miami Home .Milk Producers Association in the production of Passover kosher dairy products. A separate dairy has been set aside, which will he limited for Jewish use only and where a mashgiach appointed by the ralihis will icside during the entire Passover week. The rabbis' signatures will appear on each bottle and package of Passover products to insure the consumers that everything has passed the rigid ritual requirements fixed by the rabbis. The Miami Home Milk Producers Association was the first dairy in the Greater Miami area to undertake to provide the Jewish population their Passover necessities. Customers are urged to make their reservation? witi-, the route drivers for their requirements, The Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold a joint meeting with "'The Group," an organization -tailed this year at Miami Beach for the cultural advancement of its members, at 1061 Collins ave., Miami Beach, Saturday a.\> noon, March 21st, at 2:30 o'clock, when lr. Abraham Wolf son will address the gathering on "The Golden Age of the Spanish .lew." Kvelyn Raff will sing several selections and Mr-. John Rissman of Chicago ami Miami will speak on current Jewish .vents. Reservation, arc n w being taken hy the Biscayne-Collins Hotel at Miami Beach, operating under the same Mado sky management as the Riverside Hotel at Mt. Clemens, Mich., for the Sailer services the nights of April lith and Tth, which will he conducted with the traditional ritual hy a prominent Miamian, as well as for the entire Passover week. A special holiday cuisine will he provided. Eighteen of the 2\ 3-year-olds nominated for the S2.MIH) Royal Palm Handicap, the mile feature of the Tropical Park racing program Saturday, also are named for the $5,000 Derby Consolation, the major stake of the 23-day meeting which will be run on Saturday, April 1th. Included in the list of n< minations and weights released by John B. Campbell, racing secretary, yesterday, is Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney's Bright Plumage, which finished third in the Florida Derby and will be the young Eastern sportsman's chief hope for Kentucky Derby honors. Other eligible* for the Royal Palm which rac id in the Florida Derby are ihe Maemeie Farm's Maeriel. top weight under 120 pounds; the (ireentl'ee Stable's Jamboree, and ihe \\ heathy Stable's Faust. An international touch is added to Saturday's take by the nomination of San tan, 3-year-old star of the K. F. Seagram Sable of Can: da. TthiB colt was highly regarded as a juvenile and returns to the races after a lengthy vacation in the Royal Palm. Ihrough Saturday's race will be obtained a valuable line upon the 1 ei % %  > Cons ilation .-takes, which will be a furlong farther than the :., \.i. aim. The only horses on I. Royal Palm list not named for 11,.. $6,000 stake race are the Southland Stable's Sandy Boy, C,e ige 11. Wid. ncr's Play Chance and Ihe Wheatley Stable'.Faust. • Aii important meeting of Junior Had.i. sah will be held at the Airaaar Hotel next Monday evt.iing, March 23rd, beginning at H o'clock. A.I members are urged to attend. An interesting program will be presented. An important meeting of the ocal B'nai B'rith lodge will lie held it Beth David Talmud Torah Auditorium next Tuesday evening, March 28rd, at 8 o'clock, when important business will be presented. Plans will he submitted for a boat ride to be held during April. In charge of this affair will be a committee Headed by Dr. Frank Coret hers who are eligible to register achairman. Mr. Isaac Levin, president of the B'nai B'rith lodge, this week issued a call to all B'nai B'rith raeraand pay poll taxes, so that they would be in a position to exercise their right of citizenship and vote i.t the coming elections. If V-" /Miprr T alc 'nlin*n':il ruiflinr. rirlrrtnhlr find med an deftly that you are uniwirr of the waiter ; (hen you arr sure to be delighted with the NKW BELMONTE RESTAURANT :01 2-trd Si. Miami Beach Full Course Dinner $1.30 AUo a la Carte I r< ii. h Italian Hinnrra Charrnal-Krniled Bttakl Our Speeialt> Hrrr* and W men For an Enjoyable Passover Make Your Reservations With Biscayne-Collins Hotel Hiscayns St. at Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Madorsky Management For the Sedorim. April fith and April Tth. or for the Kntire Passover Week. A Prominent liahhi Will Conduct the Services Better Housing Exposition Biscayne Blvd. at S. E. First Street March 20,21,23,24,25, at 8:30 P. M. DANIEL FROHMAN Presents ALL-STAR SHOW for ACTORS FUND OF AMERICA RBINAI.I) WERRENRATH A I. BERNIR EDNA SEDGWICK PHILIP STEELE Royal Palm Club Artists MERCEDES DE VELASCO JOY AND NERENNE DON LANNING, MASTER OF CEREMONIES All Tickets Fifty Cents Tickets fur Slogan Contest Admit Holders In Exposition and Show C I. I I' T HIS C O l I' () N : CONG. BETH JACOB Present The Sensational 1 .{.Year-Old Cantor MENASHE'LE At Its Synagogue .'ill Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH FRIDAY. MARCH 20 5:30 P. M. and 8:30 P. M. SATURDAY, MARCH 21 At !t A. M. GALA CONCERT Sunday. March 22nd. at 8 P. M. SLOGAN CONTEST COUPON Wiit.In HI word., "Wh 1 would HK.to own home in Great Miami." M\ -l.i.'jui t Mai l i r ink,* thifl coupon with 50c i> monev or atamiai to THE PETTEH HOUSING EXPOSITION COMMITTEE, Second Poor Old I'n-t Office Bulldlnit, where it will be exchanged fur H numbered ticket wh'eh will l nnil bolder t" attend th,BETTER llo.MKs EXPOSITION, March 20 t" April .'.. 1086. N me Adiirew We take pleasure and pride in announcing thai K osher Passover Dairy Products ill be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of RABBI DAVID I. R0SENBL00M Cong. Beth .laroh. Miami Beach and RABBI JULIUS WASHER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Miami and in the presence of a MASHGIACH, appointed by the rabbis II YOU ARK Now A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ?SVE^PESO Y D IR mm MAN AB0UT Y0UB H"""w roi THK IF YOUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU, WILL NOT BE PREPARE rs sscs^ns." r rs WE SHAU !" — !" !" VREI) TO YOU. Call, Write or Phone Miami Home Milk Prodi Association ucers 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN Friday, March 2u >m The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cons tion isponsoring a pre-Passover card party Thursday evening, April ai 8 o'clock, at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms. Prizes will be de ; foi high Bcon a an< • ishmenl will I urgi d to attend. reThe .1 0* SOCIETY Vo i yean en made, i ally in bi :• Ladies' Auxiliary of the th< chorus was honore i in th Jewish Welfare Bureau is the re, ,, ting in a ,.i B gift of ii beautiful gram i the N,: ,i from the furniture deBroad network, from the tment of the Mark Stoic This the pann.of th< Bai M mud 1 l fliends : '"' 1 i the %  an I Fl m b; pan ed as a prize at the lies' party to b< sponsored by nization during the month ... May, details of which will be unnoui -'ii early issue. • More than three hundred guests attended the "Gay Nineties" dance and review at Kaplan Hall last Sunday night. Enthusiastic applause was given the various dance and song numbers, which were presented under the direction of Mrs. Bertha B. Levy. As a result of this affair several hundred dollars was presented to the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bui eau, which sponsored the event • Cantor Berele Kelemcr, well known in this area, will conduct the ritual at impressive Sader services the nights of April 6th and 7th at Kraemel Restaurant, Miami Beach. Reservations may be made for the Sader night or for the entire Passover week, for which only reasonable charges will be made. will at thi monies mpta"l anSunday, uniting Mi i'etta Stone, ectioi • s. L. (Roxy) daughter of Mrs. Sarah Stone of toxy's this city to Mr. R. Kuttner oi I K o at the Ma) tel. F< lowing the ceremony there will be a di Mr. G. Marvin Weiser is dire.-;l .i;,,,,,.,. an d then the couple wi or of the chorus and has been dik avi f or ., we dding trip. %  '•• Gussie Bild, VI Mol :. •^ Hi. Jacob 11. Kaplan „f -r^ Israel officiated last Sunday impressive ceremony ;,t the ii-J I.van.-. Miami Beach, v hen Bk J R. Steiner, the ,,,^* ..1 s. Louis Steiner i f \ ( w \. n. ton Pa., bi Dr. Sidney G. Ca Ethl 1 Cassell of 0 I.ride wa attended her K. thleen, as maid Harold Cassell. %  „ bi .--i i. ithi Vliami Gang. known as recting Its activities since its inception. An evening of high class music will !•( presented, both instrumental and venal. ., !nn. operated bj i ounces that il has i mcnta '"' under the din ctioi Vfiamian 0 f April 6th and 7th. Plans were made this week for A gala Sader service is being prepared by the Madorsky family, operating the Biscayne Collins Bo. tel in conformity with their practice of making this holiday one of the outstanding events of the season. A prominent Miamian will direct the Sader and ritual. Sader services will be observed the nights of April 6th and 7th, and provisions have been made to take care Of all desiring to attend these sp>Strictly Kosher cial services or the entire Pass' over week. Reservations may be made now. • • • The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is sponsoring a food and cake sale on Friday. April 17th, in front of Palmer's In the annual children's Sader of the 'hoe store, Northeast First st. pupils of the Talmud Torah and charge of arrangements is a cornSunday school of the Miami Jewmittee consisting of MesdamesR. ish Orthodox Congregation. The Miles, Sam Halpert and Sam Knevent, which is a demonstration by stein. Full details will appear In the children of the entire Passan early issue of this paper. over Sader ritual, will be directed At the late Friday evening servby Rabbi Julius Washer and will ices tonight at Beth Jacob Conbe held at the Y. M. H. A. clubgregation Rabbi David I. Rosenrooms on Sunday evening, March bl n will preach on "The Jewish 29th, at 8 o'clock. The children Conception of Time." The famous will be served refreshments by a !. ".-year-old Cantor Menashele will committee of the Ladies'Auxiliary chant the early and late services headed by Mrs. I. Rosengarten. Friday, and the services Saturday • morning, when the rabbi will also On Thursday. March 20th, 1986, j preach in Yiddish. a benefit concert will he held at the | Miami Woman's Club auditorium, 17:!7 N. liayshore Drive, for the purpose of raising funds to assist the unemployed of this community. The Apollo male chorus has been engaged in civic work for the past herence to all Jewish rule-. bottle and package will bear Sun.-Mon.-Tue>.. March 22-21 Jack Benny—Una Merkel Eleanor Powell—June Knicht Robert Taylor—Frances Langford BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936 Sun. Mon.-Tues.. March 22-24 Clark Gable—Jean Harlow Wallace Beery CHINA SEAS Anouncing— MR. HARRY SCHULMAN Formerly of Goodyear Now With EMERSON TIRE COMPANY Distributors UNITED STATES TIRES 560 N. E. Second Ave. Phone 2-5627 They will also provide Tor those who The marriage of Miss Evelyn desire to make reservations for the Streit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. entire Passover week. Mr. SchechG. Streit of this city, to Mr. Nater, who is now operating the than Malmuth was solemnized by Ocean View Inn for the second seaCantor Louis C. Hayman Monday, son, is well known in this area. .March 16th, at his home. More having been associated with other than a hundred guests witnessed large hotels previously. the ceremony, after which deliTin unveiling of a tombstone tn ciOUS refreshments and dancing Were enjoyed. Mrs. Malmuth is a popular and well known memthe memory of the late Nathan Feiher of 'm, was bi si Polio* the ceremony a d in the beautifully d room. Among thi ing were Mrs. 1!. Sam .II and Mt 11. Weitz of New Ji y, Jir.'j Mrs. E. J. Steiner, Mr. and Mi Weisberg, Mrs. Kay Sti i and Mrs. Nichols, Mr. andJlJ Lefkowitz, all of N< w K. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Friend, M and Mrs. C. G. Lavine and li r .J H. Grimes of Coral Gables, a:| Dr. and Mrs. 11. II. Young, Henry Green, Miss Jane Floyd J Mr. and Mrs. Mannheimer, all| Miami. Following the dinner t couple left tor a honeymoon trip,I the younger set and has [been a resident of Miami nearly all Ini life. The gr n has been a visitor to Miami for the past several winters. The couple will make their home in Miami. • f The Miami unit of Junior lladassah sponsored a curd party at the Alamac Hotel, Miami Beach, recently. This event was one in a series to be given for members' quotas for the annual Donor's dinner, which is to be given early in April. Misses Yetta 1'einer and Anita Silverman were chairmen of will take Mr. Morris Levin, who has Hotel genbaum of Miami H place Sunday, March 22nd, at 2:80 Brated the Sea Breeze p. m., in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Rabbi David I Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congregation will officiate. He will be assisted by Cantors Maurice Mamches, Boris Schlachman and Nathan YYroohcl. I-'riends of the family are asked to attend. a • Mrs. Leon Elkin, prominent ill local Workmen's Circle activities, is a patient at the Riverside Hospital, where she underwent an appendix operation last Sunday. Miami Beach for many years, pounces that the hotel will agit remain open for Passover this ye Provision has been made to i\ conimodate those desiring to tend the gala ceremonial Sedan nights, as well as those whom tn spend the entire Passovei at this hotel. A | ninent cte| gyman will direct the Sader riW and the same splendid food wil served during the holiday wet for which this pioneer hotel isju ly famous. Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom is charge of the preparations at the Land-O-Sun dairy for the production of strictly koshei Pass* v< dairy products to insure strict adEach a dislin tive label carrying the rabbi's signature. A mashgiach appointed by Rubbi Rosenbloom will reside at the dairy during the entire !'; over week. Mr. E. C. F ig{ well known in the dairy ind and one of the first dairj m undertakt to provide I'a.-.i ei dairy products, is president i f the Land-O-Sun dairy. %  At the late Friday evening *ei ices in Reth David Congregation I tonight Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on "A Rabbi Paces Life.'' Cantoi Nathan Wroobel, assisted by Beth David Choir, will chant the services. Saturday mol ning Melvin Blumbcrg. the son of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Rlumberg of this city, will he Bar Mitsva. He will recite the Haftoro and speak briefly. Rabbi Shapiro will then address him. Following the services r rms MIAMI mi MIAMI BEACH Bahama Cloth SHIRTS 2 50 A cool, open mesh weave, idea for warm weather comfort. M White. Collar attached style with pocket. Sizes from 14 to 17. Palm Beach NECKTIES 1 .00 Ceremonial accessories for home and synagogue-Main Store. Cdine's, Fourth Floor. 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vJewish floridiaim COMBMNG Yllne Jewish HJiniHty pf k_No. 12 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 19:<> Price Five Cents IThe World's Window oN BBNEVOLENCE" \y Ll'DWIG LBWISOHN Iris column icopyrighted by |Seven Arts Feature SyndiReprodnction in whole or irl strictly forbidden. Any moment on this copyright Ihe prosecuted. rabbi, the occupant of a very guished pulpit, has written a hlet against me. Or, rather, 1st the Zionist cause and Igy. I understand him very lie has nothing against me |t in so far as I have identinyself with the cause which he to be the cause of our peo|llad I remained what once I [ %  rely another American man leva of Jewish birth, the rabbi e-tioii would have found me Imagine! he did once find |a useful illustration of his thesis how delightfully can "get by" as minimum Jews, says he and his few |ning fellows, are Americans • Jewish faith. Ah, how the many, many thousands have lost their faith? What key? Are they no longer F.ven my rabbinical friend ot deny that they are indeed lews. Well, then? But that I of view is really too childish f\\[ serious discussion. Even pw people who still entertain I think, only feign to theml to be still entertaining it ( %  vino-pathological or, let us krot'essional reasons. The point rabbi's pamphlet that does I a few words is quite another and, at least apparently, a (respectable one. spite of everything, says the babbi, in spite of the wicked r-headedness of myself and [who think like me, he is bef nt toward Palestine. Far be m him to deprive our perseBrethren of that refuge. He ling to bury the hatchet. And %  other wicked Zionists will not |e hatchet stay buried. We up. We brandish it. He is J>lent toward Palestine. We |ot let him be benevolent in Too bad. Too bad. Here Ifield. The field is full of grain. It is ready for the Reaping the grain in the mellow autumn weather grateful and a handsome But this field was not alias it is now. It was rock It was barren; erosion had the soil to the sea. The to be brought back to that Shovel full by shovel full. HAS not all. The men who back the soil had no shov_Thcy carried it back with Bare hands. And the world | them dreamers and the called them fools. In bitter I ami with a wooden plowBthey plowed the field. ReBand rebuffed, they went | for they were poor men, for the seed that needed %  V'ii. By day and through ?ontinued on Page U) Comptroller Lee Begins Campaign Tallahassee (FNS)—With the job of raising the unprecedented sum of 189,000,000 to insure payment of salaries for Florida's school teachers practically completed, State Comptroller J. M. Lee today took time out long enough to ask Florida Democrats to give him a second term at the helm of the state's fiscal structure. Comptroller Lee's announcement says: "To the Democrats of Florida: Based upon the manner in which I have fulfilled my platform pledges of 1082 and the official record of accomplishments and services rendered as such official, I hereby announce my candidacy for a second term as your comptroller, subject to the Democratic primary. If elected I shall continue to serve m the same impartial and aggressive manner." The comptroller stated he plans an aggressive campaign—taking the stump shortly after the first of the month to meet Florida Democrats face to face for an accounting of his stewardship. Nursery Stakes At West Flagler This week the West Flagler Kennel Club, Miami's downtown greyhound track, entered the most brilliant part of its 1888 racing schedule, offering greyhound patrons one Or more spectacular feature evnts nightly. I here are three elimination heats scheduled this week in the $1,000 Nursery Stakes, the only event of its kind at any dog track in America; a number of special two-dog match races designed to determine the track's fastest greyhound of the 1986 season, and several special five-dog match races on the flats, as well as over the hurdles. The last semi-final in the Nursery stakes will I-' run next Monday, March 28rd, and the rich stake %  vent itself will be run off Wednesday March 25. Act, Not Talk! Jews in these days and times are loo prone to prate, talk, discuss and do everything but act. No matter what may be involved, even those who are leaders in the community continue the same course of action. The Jewish Floridian does not at this time propose to suggest to anyone whom they should vote for, support and work for, so far as political aspirants for office are concerned. The Jewish Floridian as a force for arousing of public sentiment in the Jewish community on matters that affect the Jewish people does propose to bring to the attention of those who consider themselves Jews these vital and salient facts. There are thousands of Jews, men and women, who are eligible for the exercise of that privilege which money cannot purchase the right of suffrage, the right to exercise by means of the ballot their approval or disapproval of laws and of men and women who will make or enforce the laws which govern their very existence. Should, God forbid, there ever occur a movement which would have for its object the limitation of the exercise of voting, or a suggestion that Jews should not be admitted to citizenship, or that Jews should have their citizenship rights taken away from them, we can well imagine the storm of indignation that would arise. There would not be sufficient newspapers to carry letters of protest, or halls and auditoriums to house the protest meetings which would follow. Dollars would flow like water for defense funds to protect the rights of the Jewish people as citizens of this great I'nited States. However you and 1, every day, meet and talk with men and women Jews of uprightness and integrity civic and communal minded who without suggestion or thought on the part if strangers, throw their own rights precious rights away. We cannot help but point the finger of %  icorn and condemnation at every man and woman who, when he or .he is eligible and entitled to does not exercise his or her rights as an American citizen. The polls are now open under the laws of the state of Florida every man and woman must register at this time, irrespective of the fact that they had previously \oted. This is a general registration year. The polls are now open in every precinct throughout the state for the purpose of enabling people to register. We say without fear that every Jew who is an American citizen and entitled to vote in Florida, who does not now register is not doing his duty as a Jew and as an American citizen. Jews of old were bidden to pay their shekel, to stand up and be counted, not because of the intrinsic return (rich and poor both gave alike), but because it brought home to them the fact that they were members of a great commurity, an integral part of a great commonwealth. So, must we, as Jews and as American Citizens, today, stand up and be counted. As such, we must Beth Jacob to Show to Benefit Hear Boy Cantor Local Charities The 18-year-old Cantor Menashe'le, who arrived here this week on a tour of the country, will be heard chanting the services twice this evening, tomorrow morning and in a concert Sunday night at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach. The young cantor has received splendid ovations wherever he has been heard, exhibiting an unusually thorough knowledge of the traditional intonations and ehantings of liturgy, that even few older cantors possess. It is expected that the synagogue will be crowded to capacity because of the proven ability of the young cantor, and the Sunday concert was arranged because of this condition. Me received an unusually splendid ovation on his appearance at Beth Jacob Synagogue last year. A nominal admission charge is being made and the public is urged to make immediate reservations. New Jersey Names Jewish Leader Max Manischewitz, treasurer of the B. Manischewitz Matzo Co., and prominently active in Jewish life, was appointed a delegate to the fortieth annual meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. For many years Mr. Manischewitz has been a close student of social problems and devoted himself particularly to the question of international peace. The American Academy of Political and Social Science sponsors inquiry into a wide variety of living topics. The general topic at this annual meeting will be "The Attainment and Maintenance of World Peace." Mr. Max Manischewitz will represent the state of New Jersey at the meeting, which will be held in the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia, on April 24th and 25th. we cannot avoid doing our duty as upright and integral members of the commonwealth of Florida We must stop talking we must REGISTER. With more than :10 booths assigned to exhibitors in the Better Housing exposition, which will open this evening in Biscayne blvd., at S. E. First st., near Bayfront Park, for a five-day run, the show will comprise a comprehensive display of products, relating primarily to the equipment and construction of homes. Tickets, on sale at numerous stores, entitle purchasers to see the stage presentation that will take place inside the main tent on five successive nights, under direction of Daniel Frohman, president of the Actors Benefit Fund of America, who is here to assemble and direct the attractions. Al Bernie, the young mimic who was discovered by Rudy Yalee, and who has been a headliner here at the Town Casino Club and the Royal Palm Club, will be one of the opening night performers; Peter Higgins, of the Frolics Club, is expected to sing Friday night. Philip Steele, baritone of the Town Casino Club, will appear on all five | nights. Reinald Werrenrath, op1 eratic star, who recently appeared I at the Miami Biltmore, will headline the bill Saturday night. Mercedes de Velasco, motion picture actress, who has come here to rest 1 after a meteoric career in Hollywood, will make her first Miami appearance in her famous jungle dance. The Royal Palm Club, the Club Bagdad, the Frolics Club and the Vill.. Venice will send acts from their shows on different nights. Don Lanning of Miami, stage star, will he master of ceremonies. Walter Witko and his band will play nightly. A large number of local charities will be beneficiaries of the proceeds, among them the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Beth David Congregation. Beth Jacob Congregation, the Young Men's Hebrew As. sociation and the Senior Council of Jewish Women. Secretary of the local organization sponsoring the affair is Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, prominent merchant and president of Beth David Congregation. On the executive board are Stanley C. Myers, president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau; Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mark Max. U. S. to Consider Shechita Aid Washington, D. C. (WNS)—A promise to give careful consideration to a request to use the good offices of the United States to obviate the anti-schechita bill pending in the Polish parliament was given by Secretary of State Hull to a delegation of the Federation of Polish Jews in America that conferred with him here.' The delegation left a memorandum with Mr. Hull explaining the situation arising from the anti-schechita measure. Headed by Benjamin Winter, president of the federation, the delegation left a similar memorandum at the Polish embassy.


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P Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 20, [g^ • BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL /** i^BVB p^ Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. %  %  „t DR. •' VCOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi %  %  %  %  RELIGIOUS SERVICES 0 o I Reforn Jew ish I". Jai ... j week o Ai Sal %  ath %  %  Jew"It is that ssag< and ol •. of he .: eation \:led -li wish • %  • Jew munity of this • in the h I ai I here may ..I • about : and symatii p. of the pr< ....... Sisl ilr< sug%  .. mi id. Mrs. JaK was rst I st a number of w %  mi n in I t at 1 ther ladies i nobl< wo rishes i aus irinjr 1 Jew is Germi to Mrs : %  II. i\ o the! I absei %  ning Rev. J. i R e Baptist if pulpit and ._' and uplifting serRev, Sims has been in our ef< >H. and is minister RELIGIOUS SCHOOL J ..;. er was given by Bi • %  The service was In ng Rubin and the closrayer g B I! .Dr. Ka] %  Pas* egins Mond 1 Ol IRE SI RE OF I 'he Fines) in Kosher Meats and Poult r) When You Bu) al Miami Beach Kosher Market :{2i COLLINS AVK. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-2026 REV. S. Gl'TTM \N In Charge >>f Pi>ultr> GENERAL "JOEREISMAN In Charge <>f Meals Make Your Reservations for PASSOVER SEDARIM April 6th and 7th 1 lr t %  : tin El tin PASSO\ ER w EEK BISCHS VILLA 13th St. and Collins Aye. MIAMI BEACH REASONABLE PRICI S ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS R< -ponsible Roofers Since 1919 inspections and Estimates P'ree. 222 N. \V. 2fith St. Phone 2-3703 \oyies% il i arj An : B %  %  Lif in thi Mid i \. ims; "What We Jews BeSai S. Cohon: "The Story • • Jew," E. E. an i L. J. :u ; "Judaism as a 'i\ iliza.•' a Kaplai ; "A w or] I By." Mar\ '"Main; n .• J." Joseph Muntz; "Jewish Ceren il Insi itions," an I. "One Volume %  lia of Jewish Knowl'IV Haas; "A Hist .'• u in th L'nite i States." L. I. %  • : "A Jew i>h Antho %  : I • ']':•• Ji \vand a %  i ization.' A. 1 these i %  Israel Liaiy ai a; >vcd ei s of the Ti ithout a [ N'on-n sit and rent • • ai I mornin .i nei Is. We are geta nu oderi ; nexi %  % % %  • %  •. %  :. add tion t "llisl Jl -." (Ira%  li \ ume .-, -•. llis. iv." i il R th; "J( si Pi >neers Ann-:: a." A Lebi %  • Enchanting music spectacular dance • rounds of uiv i i i P**" %  an intriguing story all combine t i "Broadway Melody of 1930" %  an bitious l isica • andin eye and ear cnl year, Society The nupils of the Dora Rosenhouse School of Dramatic Art entertained with a costume recital and tea at the home of Miss Rosenhouse Sunday afternoon, March 15th. Students in charge of armenta were Lois Reisner, Shirley Levy, Irma Bernstein and Gloria Kirstein. Others taking were: Miriai I nnenbaum, Phyllis Koven, Diana i, Adele Stone, [sal Mona Pastroff, Mildred Zalka, Rosalind I Lovey Friedman, i Goldberg, Jackie R i en, nee Cromer, Isadora M lis, Joyce Rosi gai ten, Mai ioi ie !. a: ten, Bai' ara Weiner. GerGordon, Barbara < ioi d in. An important meeting of the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes which opens Sunday at the nth Avenue Theatre. The stars are Clark Gable, Jean larlow and Wallace Beery, togethi again for the first time in alnoi I five years. tory of adveni and romance, a story that ma with lusty action and abounds with strange emotional qualities that brings them together. "'China Seas" is absorbing, thrillng entertainment. •lack Benny ri | eats his su is the smai t B way columnist. Sid Silvi re (rets many a with his droll humor. Otl i sonalities who score in I musical an Elean r P who plays thi lead %  Robfilmland's nio.-t brilliant stars add to their laurels in AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE N.GHT AKD DAY SERVICE v < I : I KAN-KKI! A STORAGE ( O. BAGGAGE SERVICE PHONE V ID?3 1006 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLA. ASK YOUR RABBI! Inquire of Youi Doctor! n You Need a Mohel They Will Be Sure to Re lommend RABBI B. I). MINDEL Recognised as Greater Miami's leading Mohel Phones 2-S760—3-2270 ^Himilllll!'!;iimillimilllllllllllhllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliliiiiiiil<_ I 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4516 The Best in Groceries. Meats, Fruits and Vegetables Filllllllllllllllllllll III il 1 III f 111 HlltHHHHinilHHIimillHHHtHHHimJj GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION ni 1Q1Q VLL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM *"• 0-IolZ GREYHOUND TERMINA1 AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave. & Fifth St. will be held at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall Monday evening, .\| a ,,, S-'ni, al X o'clock, when important matters will be discussed. All mem. hers arc urged to attend. • The Junior Congregation i: David Congregation is sponsoring a gala mask ball at Beth Davkj Talmud Torah Hall Sunda March 22nd, al B o'clock. Prizes will be awarded n costumes. Hen Bernard's tia will fui music fi ing. The public is in. i paration are now tn for the annual Il n'l S the pupils of Beth I'avid Talmud Torah an 1 Sunday school. Fuli details will be announced next issue. • Mr. Michael Kantor of I N. J., arrived lure to join his wife .is the gu( >ts of his fath r-in-law, Mr. and Mi I seph Schonfeld, pioneer residi Miami. They will leave for a visit to Havana today and ther. spend some time in Miami. \ l.xIT THK : RIVERSIDE HOTEL p rhc Original Mineral Bath Huut I I:. I, i S Ml. CLEMENS, MICH. Madorsk) Management Guarantee! strict Kaahrna ^" Operating the Biaeayne-O'lini Hoi*:, Miami Death Mate Your Reservations Now! PASSOVER SEDARIM Beginning April <>th And the Kill ire Week of Passover, at KRAEMER'S Strietlv Kosher Restaurant 361 COLLINS AYE. Miami Reach VERY REASONABLE i'HK ESl M (AMI'S (i I F T ( E N T E R GIFTS and SOUVENIRS From Miami and Florida You'll find the very article you want al the price you want to pay—the widest selection from ",0c to $150.00, ****<3 wA'. ami's Busiest" ""* ^Amcricc's Lorrrsl ** 51 LlP^ler St. % % % %  60 N.E. 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I'ajre Four MIAMI NOTES K HARRY SCHWARTZ The work attached to sponsoring our bazaar and dance probably required the efforts of more of the members of the "Y" than any function yet held, and the fine cooperation received from all those members made difference of a failure to a success. Our sincerest thanks to Mr. Hall, who rented the Cinderella to us. Making money from every affair the "V" sponsors hasn't been the only object in view. Bringing together hundreds of our brethren and sistern under one roof, where they can get better acquainted and derive greater good of life is a motive that speaks for itself. Life at its best is short and making new friends from the various functions one attends will never put them at loss for the small expense involved. Sponsoring any function is a gamble and the only surety we had in going ahead was the response received from the public from our past affairs. The large crowd that attended vindicated our efforts and Bweetly compensated all those who worked so hard to help make this occasion the high spot of our winter season activities socially ainl financially. Boris Schlachman and the committee in charge of the bazaar and dance, consisting of Al Rosenfeld, chairman; Milt Friedman, Al Pallot, Louis Safer and Harry Schwartz, labored diligently, as well as Miss Ida Kngler, in charge of the flower gills, and Jeanette Seligman, Dot Harris, Ruth Davis, Elsie Reisman, Hetty Tobias, Frances Tobias, Roberta Tannenbaum, Blanche Seligman, Rose Dubler, Ed it he Nadler and all the others who helped. The member who really put in the most work on the premises was a new member of the "Y," Eugene Konrad of Homestead, Fla., and with more members like him entering our fine organization the "V" can go much further in all their undei takings. Hyman Rubin is now the possessor of the beautiful radio that was awarded. Their is one hope in my heart and that is that some day I maybe around to witness an annual ball and dance sponsored by all the combined Jewish organizations m this area. This may some day tend to erase much of the enmity among many of our fellow organizations, and a joint affair of this type would do wonders iii bringing about brotherly love and harmony that undo, ibtedly will reap the rewards expected if only the respective leaders Of these various organizations will get together and talk things over for the interests of this large Jewish community. With our winter activities at an end we now face the good ole summer time and its offerings. THE JEWISH FLORID1AW W. M. Burdine To Head Store William M. Burdine was elected president of Burdine's, Inc. Men day to succeed hi> brother, the late Roddey I'Burdine, William Burdlne formerly was a vice-president and member of the board. \, !!„• special directors' meeting today that elevated William Burdlne to the presidency of the firm, Friday, March 20 To be fooled or not to be fooled is the question. Tuesday, March 'list, the Women'.Division is sponsoring an Erev April Fool's dance and get-together at the "Y" clubrooms. Ida Engler, chairman of this affair, has promised to have so many prises and surprises in store for all those attending that if you do attend it will be the biggest surprise of all, howgamidoin? How did you like the girls at I the novelty booth ? Also the f lowler girls, all dressed up in their levelling gowns and laces? 1 was I afraid you would. Milton Friedman, our erstwhile national affairs director, rendered several vocal selections, one for sure when he was obliged to leave the stage amid the tumult of the 2,000 people on hand. Of course. if you were there, then my better judgment tells me that there were at least 1,000 in the audience. We had the pleasure of receiving the Cuban consul, Mr. Hernandez, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Morales, his assistant. Al Grossman, our president, surely came to the rescue when he so generously furnished his car to gather up all the gals for the I ths. # V Serving $ 1 Florida's Finest' American-Jewisbj Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTAUPANT 44 6 COLLIN/ AVE. /V\ArV\1 OEACH W. M. BURDINE Succeeds to I'residcno of Burdine's, Inc. two Miamians were added to the directorate. They are \V. I. Evans, member of the law firm of Evans, Mershon and Sawyer, and Robert p entlBnd of the public accountant firm of Tent land, I'urvis, Keller .„„! Milton. Other board members „,,. Mr. Burdine, George E. Whit ,,„. ROJ Mann, ll. F. Cordes am B, R. Gordon. Officers of the til in. in addition t 0 president Burdine, are Mr. Whitten, executive vice-president .,,.,! general manager; Mr. Mann, resident and general superintendent; Mr. Cordes, secretaryire,. B nd controller, and F. B. Cresap, assistant secretary-treasurer. \\. M. Burdine now heads the firm his father started in Miami 38 years ago and of which his brother was president for 26 years, from 1911 to 1836. President Burdine announced no changes m executive personnel are anticipated and that the store will continue to operate under the same policies that proved successful under the leadership of his father and his brother. i YOl MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS J DAIRY PRODUCTS tvosh nws $ Strictly Kosher for Passover 5 Under the Supervision of !j RABBI DAVID I. R0SENBL00M l' m Of Heth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach S Rich Fresh Milk Sweet Butter Sweet Cream Sour Cream %  %  • %  •: THE jj SEA BREEZE I HOTEL Coliins Ave. at 2nd St. MIAMI BEACH Takes pleasure in announcing that it will remain open for the entire Pass Week. SPECIAL SADER SERVICES April (ith and 7th GLASS • MIRRORS • PAINTS AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT EBEEggaas %  CLASS MIRRORS %  PAINTS I 1712 KE 2-4 Avi *h% I AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE Notifv Our Route Man or Phone Is ALVIN WALDER Invites You to Visit Him at the AUTO RADIO PROMINENT ORTHODOX, REFORM and CONSERV \ I IVK RABBIS, at BURDINE'S HOOK DEPT. tth Floor, Main Bldg. B I he 1935 Legislature, by Chapter 17406. enE 1 ;1 law authorizing the Hoard of Count) Com£ missioners. acting as a Delinquent Tax Adjustment I 1 ra, to compromise and adjust certain taxes. I nder the provisions of this law, anj person | wninjr and in Dade County on which tax.are del,n