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The Jewish Floridian ( March 27, 1936 )

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wJemsti Flariidilain i% |ol. 9 -No. 13 ^5 F/A?> Jhewiislh lUiniilty /* MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27^ 1936 Price Five CentThe World's Window "THE MEANING" Jewish News Hartford Jews By LUDWIG I.EWISOHN This column is copyrighted by [(he Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright will Ue prosecuted. Around the World Jewish Physician in Ireland Credited with Curing Childlessness My friends in the secretariat of Ihe Keren Hayaaod (Palestine Foundation Fund) in Jerusalem, have sent me an admirable and tharming book. Printing, pressL-ork and binding and, above all, Ihe delightful illustrations compare Lore than favorably with the best L-ork of its kind done elewhere and Ihe small volume bears the proud Iml thrilling legend: Tozereth HaJrez, product of the land, i. e., lade in Palestine. Hebrew and English editions of the book will \ doubt appear. That which lies me is in German, partly ecause it was originally written 'n hat language by its author Hugo perrmann and partly, I suspect, cause the book was primarily lesigncd for the information, guidance, warning of those thousands men and women in the Third Reich who are contemplating re|iioval to Palestine. Tinhook is called "Palastina leute: und Schattan." ("Palestine If Today: Bright and Dark Sides"). Now Hugo Herrmann is a very rood writer indeed, engaging, witly. toll rant,-though he has the right Iting of irony and the right lift bf passion too. His book is not Inly extraordinarily informative— Quite the best survey of the past |uid the immediate present of our | ian work—but it has a \ of intellectual distinction lii'i always conspicuous in Zionist I i by virtue of its freedom bf perception, its balanced judgI %  ideological delicacy and Soundness, German assimilationf i lost soul. But the GerBat Zionists knew and know their Ituff. They also know how to %  rite. Nol the least pungent of Herr1 chapters is that entitled iserath Arshkenas, the German I • in or catastrophe, in pl'iih. though in a spirit of tolerance and love, he holds up a very %  mirror before certain memt*•' (a limited number of course), bf the recent German immigration. But there is one specific anecdote knd observation of his which, I am lure, he would not object to my translating here. There is a brand pw colony called Ramath HashWu in which forty intellectuals b'"l professional men from Germany and their families have already through intensive truck farming and poultry-raising succeeded on incredibly tiny farms in Publishing a sure if modest livelihood for themselves. Herrmann Vked one of these gentlemen, a Irofeasional man and a non-Zionft. why he had come to Palestine, the gentleman answered: (Continued on Page 3) Jews Injured in Lee Asks Rumanian Riots Public Help Tallahassee, March 2(i, (FNS).— Bucharest (WNS) — Scores of State Comptroller J. M. Lee today Jews were reported seriously Inissued an appeal to the homestead jured in anti-Semitic outbreaks at owners to file application for Czernowitz, Kishinev and Baldurl.omestead tax exemption promptly shetz. Although the University of as an act of co-operation with Dublin (WNS)—A report issued Czernowitz has been closed until their county officials. here by the Royal Academy of after the Easter holidays in order "In the hope that future controMedicine in Ireland credits Dr. to prevent further student disturb. versies may be avoided and extra Bethel Solomons, prominent Jewish lances, the anti-Semites continued burdens for costs of items impropgynecologist, with the successful | to assault Jewish students found erly included in tax sales may be in the vicinity of the university I averted," Comptroller Lee stated grounds. One student, N'orb;it "I am calling attention to the folI'lemingu, suffered a fractured lowing quotation from Chapter skull and the loss of an eye. In 17060, Uws of the State of Florida Kishinev a gang of anti-Semites passed by the 1988 legislature: Suffer Damage News Kditor of Jewish Ledger (Jives i.r.ipln. Picture of Havoc Caused by Raging Torrents development of an operation which cures childlessness in women. Dr. By MILDRED BROMBERG News Kditor of Hartford Jewish Ledger Hartford, Conn, wildly rampaging. (WNS)—The debris-choked broke up a soccer game between a Jewish and non-Jewish team by starting a riot in the stadium. When the non-Jewish fans attempted to protect the Jewish players the anti-Semites attacked the non-Jews, too. Order was restored only after a detachment of troops hail been called. The BaldurshotZ riot resulted from the inflammatory speeches made at an anti-Semitic congress there. The Central Jewish Committee has lodged a formal protest with the government against the exclusion from the budget of any appropriation for Jewish cultural activities. Noted Cantor in Concert Sunday "Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of each taxpayer who claims said exemption to file one of said forms, properly filled out and executed, with the assessor on or before April 1st of each year; and the failure to do so shall constitute a waiver of said exemption for such year; provided, however, that for the year 1985 such claim may be filed on or before July 1st, 1986." "Homestead owners can render a service to both themselves and to their fellow citizens by making application for homestead exemption as provided by the statute as above quoted, and carefully checking lot and block numbers or section numbers with their deeds. "I bespeak hearty co-operation with our county officials in this matter." Solomons' operative method is said Connecticut river is slowly Needto have enabled a number of women '"*?• 'eavinK in its wake damages to bear healthy children. Dr. Solototaling millions of dollars to Jewmons is a former president of the isn business concerns which lay in obstetrics section of the Royal ,ne direct path of the mad stream. Academy of Medicine in Ireland Thl unpl ecedented rise „ f the and attached to the staff of the iver of „j feH fct hundpedl! Rotund a Hospital. of fil ms unaware an(i store own era helplessly watched their merJ I) (' Sends Funds to Aid Polish fhandise carried down the onrushPogrom Victims New York .(WNS)—A called appropriation of $5,000, the first American-financed relief to the scene of the disorders, has been sent to Poland by the Joint Distribution Committee for the immediate relief of Jewish victims ol recent outbreaks at Przytyk in the Kailom district, it was announced here by Joseph C. Hyman, sec.i lary of the JDC. Orlando Meeting Adopts Resolution ing torrent. Tobacco firms, nine-tenths of which are Jewishly owned, estimate their damage at $2,000,000. Wholesale grocery companies are surveying losses which will run into many thousands. Flour and sugar concerns have only the remnants of a pasty substance which last week was thousands of pounds of baking supplies. Scores of small grocery stores, drug stipes, bakery shops, saw their show cases and goods go swimming down the stream, their life's savings gone. What promises to be one of the outstanding events of the year is the gala concert to be held at the NOTE For the Purpose of M'CHIRAS CHOMAYTZ The Hartford Jewish Ledger was inundated by approximately Of interest to the Jewish pubtwOve feet of water and it was lie was the unanimous adoption with tne greatest difficulty that at the recent meeting of the Demothe "gular weekly edition was run untie Executive Committee of the off the Press. Two of the emIda M. Fisher High School, Miami the following is called to the attenKifth Congressional District of plo vt s had be taken out by Beach, next Sunday evening, March 20th, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. The event is being sponsored by Ihe well known and beloved Cantor Boris Schlachman. The program will include a number of the most prominent Cantors and artists in vocal and instrumental selections, and will present liturgical melodies, folk songs and operatic arias '11 the Hebrew. Yiddish, Russian und other languages. This is one of the annual events which both residents and tourists eagerly rowboats. possible. Entrance is still button of the public: Florida held on March 5th of the RABBI JULIUS WASHER of the following resolution offered by Col. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre\] ], Bailey, a prominent citizen gation will be at his home, 1136 ,, t Orlando, Fla., one of the leaders s. W. 6th St., every morning ,,r the convention, and vice presifrom 10 to 12, and every after,;,.„, „ ( ni committee: noon at the Synagogue from I -Resolved, that the Democratic *>• Several operations were perExecutive Committee of the Fifth formed %  <* emergency condiDue to failure of electric power which plunged the city into darkness for several days, the Mt. Sinai Hospital was for a time incapacitions. to 6. RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM of Beth Jacob will be at the Congressional District of Florida, Synagogue or his home adjoining Koes on record against the dissemi. the Synagogue, daily from 10 to "'"'"" or distribution of un-Ameri12 mornings, and I to 6 every can literature in the district and afternoon. the officers ami members be ever ney Wachtel, president of the Orlook forward to and enjoy. TickRABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth vigilant against such practice." thodox Synagogue in Hartford, was eta at nominal prices may be ob' David will be at the Synagogue entirely water-swept. No estimate every morning from 10 to 12 and Tins resolution followed the d.sof damage cou d ^ obtaine(| Bar The Market Street Synagogue was partly inundated. Wachtel's Department Store, owned by Bartained from Cantor Scfilachmaii the box office of the High on Sunday night. or at school every afternoon from 4 to 6. tribution of Ami Semitic literaney Rapaport president of the Con ture in the district recently. A Duty Not to Be Shirked The Jewish Floridian is not espousing the cause of any candidate for office IT IS CHAMPIONING THE CAUSE OF DECENT CITIZENSHIP At this time, when we are approaching the "Feast of Liberation," Passover we cannot help but urge upon every Jewish resident of Florida, who is qualified to vote, but has not yet registered or paid h.s poll tax that he is not a trulv free man or woman unless he has fulfilled the rights of suffrage which he possesses and which in fairness and decency he should We owe it to ourselves as citizens and as Jews to register imexercise. mediately. DO YOUR DUTY ... DO IT NOW! DON'T REGRET TOMORROW! • servative Synagogue is the owner of one of the tobacco concerns which suffered tremendous losses. Innumerable small shops on Windsor street the Jewish shopping district of the city were terribly hard hit almost entirely under ; water their businesses a total loss. Private Jewish citizens rallied to the aid of the stricken city rendering invaluable service to the Red Cross private and public relief agencies. In hip-length rubber boc,ts they plodded through the muddy waters aiding in rescuing marooned families salvaging water-soaked stock from stores. A few store-owners anticipating the inundation stored their goods on top floors of buildings and warehouses, thus averting disaster.



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Tage Two THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN Friday, M ar ch 27,193, Prizes will bo awarded for high scores and delicious refreshments will be served at the prc-Passover card party being sponsored b> the Ladies' Auxiliary of the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation nexl Thursday evening, April 2nd. at 8 o'clock at the clubrooms of the V. M. II. A. The public is urged t<> attend. The proceeds will he used I'mthe Talmud Torah fund of tlic congregation. '.' the Sadei services of KramStri rtlj K is her Restaurant at Bea : B ele Kelemei %  i he traditional litR itions may be made ights or for the Pa d it is •c be made at i. asonable rales will ill. U Julius Washl r Will superintend and members of the Talmud Torah an I Sunday school will conduct t". traditional ritual at the annual Children's Sader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregae| SOC! fc) hi Max Shapiro who will be by the Sunday school --i->,l faculty. A prominent Miamian will conduct thi' Sader service tit the Biscayne Collins II".el managed by the Madorsky family both Sader nights. The service will be conducted along traditional lines in mity i:'n the practice of 1: %  may be made for the Sader nights 1 the entire Passoi er week which reasonable rates will be A very important m< e ing of the atei Miami Cemi v ion was held last ek al i ; lacob Synagogue when a i ial report of the organization was n sented. Plans for the erection of a chapel at the Cemetery of .': association was submitted by the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes through a delegation headed tion Sunday evening March 29th, by Mr. Manuel Rippa. The plans at o'clock in the clubrooms of the were approved and immediate erecV. M. II. A. The Ladies' Auxiltion was authorized. Assisting Mr. 11'.. of the Congregation will proRip pa on the building committee vide goodii a for the children. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau is completing plans for the annual Food and Bake Sale to be held on Friday, April 17th in front of Palmer's Shoe Store at Northeast First Street. In charge of arrangements are Mesdamt Rose Miles, Sam Halpert and Sam Kirstein. • \s O Ul I t.f >v !>Se Sun.-Mon.-Tuei March 29-3J-31 Charles Chaplin Pau'ette (ioddard MODERN TIMES "7t> AV6NUE Sun.-Mon., March 28*80 Jack Benny—I'na Merkel Eleanor Powell—June Knighl obert Taylor—Frances Langforv BROADWAY MELODY OK 1936 a e Messrs. Sol Schwartz. Morris ivotkin. W. Blustein and Mcsdames l.-idor Cohen. R. Yunes, 1. Koseni.arten. W. Blutstein. Morris Kotl.in, S. Stone. M. Bernstein and ( hailes Goldstein, • >: %  'At the last meeting of the Sis: rhood of Chesed Shel Ernes ; nominating committee was ap1 Dinted to recommend names of oflicers for the coming year. On this committee are Mcsdames Terry Stein, Charles Goldstein, I. Rosenaarten, M. Bernstein and W. Blustein. At this meeting members were urged to contribute east off clothing for the rummage store conducted by the organization, the proceeds of which are now being used for the welfare work of the organization. # The Young Hebrew Social Club IS sponsoring a leap year party this coming week at the home of Stanley Weintraub, 1364 S. W. Fifth Street, which all members arc DR. A. R. HINTERPOHL M drrn Thrrnpeutirn. Pftinlo* unH H. <(.'li.*> Kcmo\nl of 1 miland 'in: i rhoidh. F :..'.* %  DUiirdem. l((i Congres i Bldjj. Phani 3-1911 %  ^i^iVBBSHBawxjwnK-jnHHi m& m&tg m mf Hm iti *P We Arc Very Happy to Announce BEAUTIFUL SADER SERVICES Will Be Conducted by RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Of Beth David Cong, on Both Nights at FAGAN'S Palatial Kosher Restaurant 2r N. E. SECOND STREET Breakfast. Luncheon and Dinner—Also a la Carte SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK Phone 2-8fi9 Noiice to HOMESTEAD OWNERS! If you have not filed your application for homestead exemption, please take time to do so now. The law provides that exemption must be claimed on or before April 1st of each year. See that the correct description of your homestead is entered on your application and avoid complications arising from exempting the wrong property. DON'T DELAY! J. M. LEE, Comptroller. urged to attend. Games will be played and refreshments will be served. i antor Boris S in will conduct the ritual the S d< View 1; %  MImaj Sadei nighl n !' %  over week .. sta; I f thi MI rent season for Beth David Sisii i hood will IT rty Wedy ecning, A ; i-il 151 al Bet h mud Torah Hall beginning at B O'I lock. Prizes will be awarded for high scores an ments will be served, The public is urged to attend. Hostesses for the evening will be Mes.1. Kngler, Sol. Greif and II. Rayvis. At the late Friday evening servH eof Beth David I gri ration, Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on "The Rabbi Laces the Future." Cantor .Nathan Wroobel assisted by the choir will chant the servic and lead the congregational singing. This will be the final late Friday evening service of the season. Mr. Sidney II. Palmer, president of the congregation, will deli,,.,the official closing remarks, day morning the Junior Conit ion will h gular Sabbath %  :. • • At n %  of "The Books-ini ie by (' Harry Oliphant Ie I the (I of.cur„,. %  I ouis Palloi eda Schiff Becausi f v "" conI li unfinished Syna%  • Bnai Israel -•. Petersburg, Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld will spend the Passover holidays at the Sea Breeze hotel. Miami Reach. He will conduct the Sader service both nights in the traditional manner. Mr. Morris Levin who has operated the hotel for a long number i yens is now taking reservations for the Sader nights or for the entire week for which reasonable i hut fees are being made. The annual Children's Sader of the pupils of Beth David Talmud Torah and Sunday school will be conducted at the Talmud Torah rium on bunday morning of Choi Hamoed April 12th at D> o'clock under the direction of RabAn outstanding cultural and so. cial event will be held this ahT noon, Friday. March 27th, at Z\ home of Mrs. Harry Kubin' 1736| W. Ninth st., beginning Bt2o ck)eU The event is being sponsored fJ the b, nefit of the ||. „ I College Fund. A d: ing will be given by Mrs, fl V. Little of a curr. nt dramatic hit. A social hou follow the program. „ is urged tO attend, i inal charge will be n i Rabbi Max Shapiro „ p,., I vid Synagogue offici marriage last Sunday evenM when Miss Esther Gi daughter of Mr. ami Greenberg of this city, became* bride of Mr. Irving Roy, I ol Mr. and Mrs. S. R 0J p phia. The affair was held in t J beautifully decorated and bedecked living room of thi G berg home. .Miss Sara Hi, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Charles Greenl brother of the bride, was bestmnJ The bride was Riven in marrieje by her father and mother. J|,.. Roy is a native of Jacksonville,I Fla., where she graduated froi the Duval High School. She was11 popular member of Miami's your. I er set. Following the cerenmn a reception was held after ffhidll the couple left for a honeyi trip. The couple will make then home in Kingston. N. Y., when| Mr. Roy is engaged in business. Mannish Suits of Original SHARKSKIN jtf' 19 75 Mannish-tailored suits of the original quality Sharkskin, a superior fabrlo introduced in Miami by Burdine's. Smart in White, the season's best color. Equally good in Beige, Pink or Peach. Sizes 12 to 20,38 to 40. Three Styles Single-breasted Coats with gathered action backs. Center pleated flap pockets and notched lapels. 19.75. Double-breasted Coat with patch pockets. Dart-fitted waist and half-belted pleated back. 19.75. Single-breasted, one button Coat with fitted plain back and slit pockets. 19.75. MAM H TI? A8 H,OM *t-OH MAIN STORE. THIHD n OOH •nd LMCOLK ROAD MIAMI-MIAMI BE ACM NlrfH



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Lday, March 27, 1936 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN wJmisn Floridian FLORIDA S ONLY ,'EW ISH WEEKLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2873 lews Tower Bldg. Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: [ S. W. 16th Avenu Page Three Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-1UI J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manater CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered iccond class matter July 4, 1830. at the Peat Office at Miami. Fl.rida under the Act of March 3. I87. ST. PETERSBURG ABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SOHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO >: ;s B. S. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Polish Railways Establish Ghetto Cars to "Protect" Jews pi, M"ntha One Year .. MM ..S2.0 FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 13 The Amende Honorable We believe there is no faith so tolerant nor so human? lin the treatment of those who have transgressed as the Jewlish faith. The underlying principle is not punishment, but Ian assurance of conduct that is honorable and upright in the 1 future. Last Tuesday we were asked to call on the operator of IHitter's Hotel in Miami. The conversation resolving itself into compliance with Jewish law, and this being wholly within the province of a duly qualified rabbi, we suggested that the matter be placed in the capable hands of Rabbi David I. Kosenhloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. An [agreement was drawn by the rabbi, which was signed by the hotel operators, which unqualifiedly and without restriction or reservation placed the hotel under the supervision of the rabbi and placed in the hotel with full authority [as mashgiach, acting under the directions of the rabbi. Rev. Nathan Wroobel, the well known shoched and that all food purchases would be made by the mashgiach to insure | strict and full compliance with Jewish dietary laws. As a token of his sincerity Mr. Ritter also agreed to | donate the sum of twenty-five dollars to the Jewish Welfare j Mm fan to be i\sed for the purchase of food baskets for needy families for the Passover. The Jewish Floridian entered the battle for decency and honesty among the Jewish hotels of this area not for monetary gain, but because it feels keenly the odium attached to the Jewish community. The Jewish Floridian believes, it knows, that with the tariffs charged the guests of local Jewish hotels there is a sufficient margin of profit remaining to permit substantial returns to hotel operators who deal honestly and live up to Jewish dietary requirements. We feel that the action of Ritter's Hotel in agreeing to abide bv the regulations imposed by Rabbi Rosenbloom in the future is that conduct that the Jewish law requires. It is in that spirit of the Jewish faith that we consider this incident closed. LOUIS P. ROCKER Chairman of Young Judea. who in taking a leading role in spreading the influence of Young Judea, through the medium of Young Judea Month, which is being observed throughout the country. An active Zionist for many years. Mr. Rocker is devoting himself particularly to the education of Jewish youth. Jewish News Around the World World Council for German Jewry Given First Funds to Palestine London (WNS-Palcor Agency) — The sum of $1,250,000 toward the settlement of German Jews in Palestine during the next year has been allocated by the World Council for German Jewry in its first official action inaugurating the program to emigrate 100,000 German Jews during the next four years, it was learned by the Palem Agency. The total allotted by the council, which is beaded by Sir Herbert Samuel, is said to include an allocation of $250,000 from the ; United Palestine Appeal of Amer' ica, $1,250,000 given by German Jews themselves, and $875,000 out of the funds of the Council for German Jewry. Warsaw (WNS)—"Ghetto can" for Jews, patterned after the "Jim Crow ears'* for negroes in the Southern slates of the United States, have been established by the Polish railway authorities as a means of safeguarding Jewish passengers from periodic assaults by anti-Semites. Instead of providing protection for Jewish passengers in the regular ears, the Polish railroads, which are government owned, have set aside special cars designated for Jewish passengers, thus playing into the hands of the anti-Semites. Jewish circles are greatly wrought up over the fact that Rabbi Triestman and leaders of the Przytyk Jewish community were coerced into signing a statement attributing partial responsibility for the recent Przytyk pogrom to Jews. The statement signed by the Przytyk Jewish leaders admits that the trouble began when a Jew shot a Christian peasant. Attorneys for the I'rzytyk anti-Semites are expected to make telling use of this damaging admission during the trial of the peasants arrested after the pogrom. Senator Janinu Prystor of the Radom district, author of the original anti-schechita measure, is being sued by a group of Jews from the Radom districts on the ground that she violated her pre-election promises. Under Polish law candidates for office who break their pre-election promises to their constituents are subject to punishment. The Jews contend that before her election Senator l'rystoi promised to defend the special interests of her Jewish constituents, but her introduction of the antischechita law constitutes a flagrant violation of that pledge. Think, Work and Smile INTERMARRIAGE • land Amends Law to Permit whose livelihood depends On the Schechita for Jews Only meat slaughtering business. Flood Damages Springfield Jews Warsaw (WNS)Bowing to the %  world-wide storm of protests over I proposed law to forbid schein Poland, the government | ded the anti-schechita bill to mil Poland's 3,000,000 Jews to [slaughter cattle and poultry in ac"I dance with Jewish dietary laws. I amendment was announced in %  parliament and quickly approved I by the parliamentary administrate %  committee, thus assuring the I Bge of the amended law. %  Through the amendment a comproImise was leached between the adIvocates of a ban on schechita and Ithe Jews. The compromise provides %  that Jews may practice ritual Slaughtering only on such cattle land poultry as are intended for %  Jewish consumption. Other cattle and poultry may not be slaughtered according to the Jewish ritual. While this compromise avoids fhe ban on schechita, it means economic ruin for thousands of Jews Springfield, Mass. (WNS) With the entire Jewish residential district of Springfield under several feet of water, Jewish residents in other parts of the city have thrown open their homes to their less fortunate co-religionists. A temporary Jewish emergency relief committee under the leadership of Rabbi Mayer L. Rosenberg, has been organized to provide the Orthodox Jews with kosher meat. The local synagogue is among the institutions that have been flooded. For two days the worshippers prayer by candlelight but they were finally forced to abandon the synagogue. New York (WNS)—An appeal to all members of the Independent j Order Brith Abraham to respond, to President Roosevelt's plea for generous aid to the victims of the B. F. Paty, canddiate for governor, will address a Miami audience at S p. m. Monday in Bayfront park. More than 100 Florida cities and towns have heard addresses by Paty denouncing such governmental practices as legislators holding other positions on state payrolls during their tenure of office, the requiring of undated resignations from new appointees and the "favors" practice. Paty has told his audiences he will "draw no punches" in fighting governmental policies. Every address he has made since he launched his spirited campaign with the first speech delivered by any candidate in West Palm Beach Jan. 23, has included a bitter attack against the slot machine in Florida. "I will continue my fight against this iniquitous monster, win, lose or draw in the governor's race." he has announced from the beginning. Paty pledges himself to "a decent honest administration of this state's afafirs. "However, I do not propose to make promises to win your favor now and your enmity later," he says in his addresses. "I had rather be shorter on promises now and longer on performances later." By JACOB II. KAPLAN. Ph. I). This subject is now being discussed in Dr. Kaplan's class of young folks, which meets every Sunday morning from 10 to 11:30 in the Temple auditorium. You are welcome to join the discussion. Shall we encourage intermarriage '.' Shall we discourage intermarriage ? How'.' What is the difference between intermarriage and mixed marriage ? What can parents do? What can young folks do? What shall they do? What have you to say about it? Come and help the discussion. The class is alert and willing to listen and to learn. Come and help them with your thoughts. flood has been issued by Grand Master Max Silverstein and Grand Secretary Max L. Hollander. Reports received at I. O. B. A. headquarters indicate that among the flood sufferers in Pennsylvania and New England are members of the Jewish fraternal order. The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) Everything in Germany hail suddenly lost its meaning profession, work, society. So I thought to myself: Perhaps there may still be a meaning to life in Palestine." In his fine, tolerant, profound way Herrmann adds: "It seems to me that in Germany life for us had no meaning, no genuine meaning, even prior to 1938. How terrifying that we Jews, whether in Germany or elsewhere, have to undergo a catastrophe before we set out on the quest after the meaning of ife to us." • The whole problem of Jewish life, at least for certain Jews—and they are many and their numbers are growing—is there, in thut single observation. Even in a favorable and free non-Jewish land, even in a land like America, to which we are bound by many ties of justice and of good, even here the meaning of life is not deep enough nor one nor integrated enough. That is it. That is where the shoe pinches. For life and living do not consist in doing. Action is both sedentary from this point of view and second rate. The essence of life is in being. Right action will arise; from right and harmonious being. What are we? How are we? That is the immeasurably deep question. Iii the answer to that question lies the meaning of our lives. And life is hollow without a meaning. You can silence that question by bustling and by fads. Business is improving. Practice is good. Mortimer is doing well at college. Sure to make Phi Beta Kappa. Better vote for Roosevelt. But look out of the window at the beautiful land. You perceive its beauty perhaps more keenly than Rogers, your neighbor. But its soil is not yours. You have no relation to it. Your grandfather built no road here. Mortimer—you have a sudden pang—is going with a shikse. Admirable girl in every way—brains, looks, character. The pang remains Christmas comes. The world is vibrant with it. The radio plays Adeste fideles. Snow is on the ground. Either you let yourself slide and betray the souls of your children by letting them love something in their most impressionable years which they must not love if ever their lives are to lie integrated and not slovenly or ignoble lives or else, carefully you abstain and withdraw and feel, despite your better knowledge, that there is something sullen and unfriendly in that withdrawal. Big things, little things, all are problematic, pain-fraught, everything divides, nothing unites. But the soul is one. Being is one. Though you be orthodox and Zionist, the environment of the national life amid which you live, is inconceivably strong, inconceivably imperious. It takes a high degree of knowledge and of discipline to resist. You must waste so much of your inner substance on resistances, compromises, problematical details. How can you come upon meaning— meaning which should blossom like flower from soil? You have no soil. You are on an ever-moving, changing, shifting element. Billows rock you; winds alter your course, There is among Jews as among other peoples the moyen homme Bensuel, the average man who lives by his senses and noi by his reason or his soul. He makes the thousand compromises and endures the thousand falsifications; he needs neither past nor future nor meaning. He "makes his living here" There are those who must live by ami through making a living; there are those who cannot sell goods or plead causes or build houses except to some farther end than the mere action. That farther end must be a larger thing than the individual; it must have something to do with a community of men that will eternally be his, from which no historic catastrophe can ever exclude him because he was born into it, because he exists through it and it through him. ... Of such men and women are made the Zionists, hungerers for permanence and meaning, oneness and health. {Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.)



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Page Pour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 27, l 936 MIAMI NOTES Bj HARRY SCHWARTZ Making amends for lost time the if directoia of the Y. M. II. A. held a special meeting at the Pancoast Hotel, where they were i e c e i v e d very warmly. The first motion passed unanimously authorizing: Nat BJumberg, our treasurer, to pay B Schlachman, an extra $50.00 per week and also pay each member of the board of directors §25.00 per week for toil and at the same time compensate them for a tough winter if such were the ease. AI Pallot, chairman of the committee in charge of obtaining a lot suitable for the building of a Community Center made a deposit of S5.000 on a lot where the present Baj Front Park is located, towards erection of a $250,000 Center. Many prominent architects submitted their drawing's and bids for the building plans and the one accepted was offered by a devoted friend of the Nazi regime. Attorneys Milt Friedman and Al Pallot merged on a recent case and each received the winner's share of 825,000 each which they in turn will distribute among the active memebrs of the V and their relatives. Twnuld be nice to sanction some of the above but its only April Fool spirit that's got me. And they hang pictures? April Fool to Ye All. : are having their much advertised April Fool's Dance and Gettogether. Admission of 40 cents per couple for a real evening of fun is your reward so don't fail to attend. Being a restless young lady Ida Engler has made plans tO conduct a Who'.Who contest naming the most outstanding individual bey or girl for these respective honors, l. The Most Popular. 2. Most Pleasing Personality. 3. Must Attractive, l. Best All Around Athlete. 5. B< si Dressed. 6. Best Dancer. 7. The Most Active Member. The Laziest. 9. Most Affectionate. 10. The Most Talkative Member. You may start casting your ballots presently. Final results will be known the night of the April Dance. Ruth Davis was awarded a beautiful prize for making an appealance at the Women's meeting Tuesday nii'. Vust an attendanci prize. than and .lessye Segall. It's shore hard getting up enough gumption to put in a day's work with a touch of spring fever and Passoch only about 2 weeks off. It won't be long before nominations for electi< n of officers < f the Y. M. M. A. will be in order, deep into the nite. Society The Junior Division under tlm sponsorship Of Miss Bea Silver was reorganized Monday and the new officers chosen to carry on their work are: President, Ann I.ehrman; vice president, Allan Greenfield; secretary, Sarah Lehrman, and treasurer, Nell Schaff. About a hundred members of lladassah joined members of "The Group," a bodj doing cultural and social work at Miami Beach, last Saturday afternoon. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, prominent author and lecturer presided and welcomed the guests. He told of the universal esteem lladassah is held in and of the work they had accomplished in Palestine which he bad personALVIN WALDER Invites You t Visit Him at I he ally observed. Mrs. John Rissman, prominent lladassah worker, described the growth, aims, and work of the Zionist movement in a brief address. Dr. Wolfson then delivered tb(> main address of the afternoon on "The Spanish Jews." The next meeting of the Group w iU be held at 1061 Collins ave. tomorrow, Saturday, March 28th. !0 o'clock, when a lecture on %  ." will be delivered. is invited to attend. i antor Maui ice Mamches of Beth Jac Congregation, Miami Beach, will direct the Sader ritual I he House of Abrams" both S B d er Monday. April 6th, and Tuesday, April 7th. A real traditional Sader will be conducted with Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Abrams, operators of the hotel, who are P^'tfHBflVBBBSHSSBiBSi^^T^H OGUST BROS.JU? IS the BEST.' prominent in the communal lif e af Miami Beach, in personal charge J the cuisine and service. K cserv tions may be made for the Sader nights or for the entire Patwjj week. The V was filled with beauty Tuesday when four attractive ladies from Savannah paid a visit with their many Miami friends. Those visiting were Bernice Prace, Mr. Birdie Mazi( Hetty BlumenAUTO RADIO mSALEStSEW/CE 2*-'AVE. Auto and House *pfcu 0 RADIOS *''< EASY TERMS KCA v,c,nr nu.lin.n ramtlM |*Mlorol. FULL LINE KOSHER FINK SACRAMENTAL WINES AND SHLIVOWITZ now n n w r POPULAR PRICKS DELIVERY FREE MORRIS BROS. PACKAGE STORE 125S Washington Ave. Tel.: Miami Beach 5-3371 GLASS MIRRORS PAINTS AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT I-LB. SQI VRE MATZOS ">-l.H. stjl VRE M Vl/ifS l-LB. EGG M \T/ns WHOLE \\ HEAT MAI/(is LARGE I E \ M \ l/us MIDI.. I I ,-. \ \| VTZOS I VKE MEAL, M VTZO MEAL MA'/<> I VRFEL, PO'I VTO SI \|{< || Distributed by STANDARD WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 139-169 N. E. Tenth Sheet MIAMI. 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U Ipriday, March 27, 1936 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Five The Chevrolet engine is the most "i iMiiiiiir.il automobile engine produced today, because (I) it is a 'ix-cvlimlei engine, anil (2) it is a calce-in-head US-Cylinder engine. It* tic cylinders use less KM and oil—in fact, use [he least gas and oil— : because six cylinders are '"e most economical combination used in I modern automobiles. Every test proves it's more economical • • Every Chevrolet owner knows it's more economical • • And every person will readily understand these simple A-B-C reasons why it is more economical CHEVROLET A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE* SIIOCKPROOF STEERINC* %  GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION SOLID STEEL one-piece TURRET TOP BODIES HIGH-COMPRESSION I VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE ... 6% NEW MONEY-SAVING G.M.A.C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN. Compare Chevrolet's low delivered prices and low monthly payments. Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan. Its calte-in-heatl de-i-m cuts gasoline consumption still lower because there is less loss of heat thraiifth the walls of the combustion chamber in valve-in-hcad engines, and the advanced construction of the Chevrolet engine gives maximum neat (or power) saving. Most important of all, Chevrolet s more efficient cooling system, pressure stream oiling and the greater accessibility of all working parts result in more dependable operation, over a longer [ teriod of time, with the owest maintenance costs. Thus, Chevrolet's valvein-head engine— only one of its kind in Chevrolet's price ranfir —gives economy without equal. 5 i <• ANP UP. I.I.I ,,-ur of New g\ y§ aW Standard Coupe at b lint. Michiftan. %  &f a" %  a M II ilh bumpers, ,pare lire and tire lack, the iitl price i< S20 additional. m Knee1 ii."i on Mailer Models inly, $20 additional, I'rites quoted in this adtertiseinent arelisl HI Fiml. MldUfM, and subji-cl to change icttlioul notice. S, FLAGLER CHEVROLET CO Phone 2-4118 1044 WEST FLAGLER STREET SOUTHLAND MOTORS, INC. Phone 2-7615 220 NORTHEAST 13th STREET



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, March 27, 1936 Chaplin turns out one of the finest jobs of acting In "Modern Times," a fast moving, thrilling and entertaining comedy. "All the old familiar faces" turn up in "Modern Times," Charlie Chaplin's new comedy, at the Tivoli Theatre Sunday. The cast includes the inevitable Henry Bergman. Stanley SandThe radio, the stage and the screen were scoured in the search for talent to make the musical extravaganza, "Broadway Melody of 1936," which opens Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre. Headed by Jack Benny, number one hero of the air waves, the cast of noted entertainers includes: Eleanor Powell, the "world's' greatest feminine tap dancer"; popular Una Merkel, June Knight, stage and screen favorite. of the political crisis created by Germany's occupation of the demilitarized Rhineland. Nuremberg, the center 01 Nazi anti-Semitism and the place where the Nuremberg anti-Jewish lawwere enacted, is planning to build Gurtlott bridge in memory of Gustloff is now widely regarded as Wilhelm Gustloff, Swiss Nazi leada Nazi martyr second only i n iB ,,. w ho was shot by I'avid Frankportance to Horst Wessel, author farter, Jewish medical student. | of the Nazis' official song. New Anti-Jewish Drive Expected After Nazi Election Berlin (WNS)—A new wave of anti-Semitic persecution is confidently expected by Jewish circles to follow the election of March 29, called by Hitler to vindicate his violation of the Locarno treaty. Jewish leaders here throughout the country have been holding the Jews responsible for anti-German feeling current in Europe as a result THE %  : SEA BREEZE jj HOTEL I Collins Ave. at 2nd St. MIAMI BEACH Takes pleasure in announcing that it will remain open for the entire Passover Week. RABBI A. S. KLEIN FEED "STAR OF ISRAEL" and Other Kosher Wines 5 AND ALL PASSOVER NEEDS 5 at the I NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 121128 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH \ 1 \ | „|| Line of HatlOS, Matzo Meal, Noodles, Coffee, Teas. 3" Sugar, Prunes, Nuts, Etc. A FILL LINE OF PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS \ To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand I i Tn Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand 5 ford, who plays an important role; Hank Mann, Heine (""iikliii and Edward Kimba STARTLING FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW 'ASSOVER With all the traditions of the 5 i itual • • And a service uisine as only Alamac. \ our hosl -. I.I S*dr Man., April t> 2nd Seder Turv. April 7 I "Mini ..ml 13th. Miami li. .i,h Reservation! Mist Hear the Truth About Florida Discussed by B. F. PATY Candidate for Governor In an Address P. M. Monday, March :n IN BAYPRONT PARK Music The Finest of STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS 1 :nder the Supervision of RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM of Miami Peach RABBI JULIUS WASHER of Miami Will Again Be Provided by The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy 3820 N. W. Kith St. Phone Canal !M MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH DAIin YOUR CHOICE OF THE FINEST WESTERN § KOSHER MEATS AND FRESH KILLED POULTRY At PHIL ROMER" I a a FLORIDA'S FOREMOST KOSHER BUTCHER At SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET Miami Beach 136 Col'ins Ave. afSESE Phone 5-S552 I Will Conduct SPECIAL SADER SERVICES l ; %  April (ith and 7th W.'.VW.SVAW^AW.V\\ AUGUST BROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS A complete line of Almond and Coconut Macaroons. Nut Cake, Sponge Cake, all Holiday Delicacies, all reasonably priced. At All Leading Delicatessen and Grocery Stores, or at Our Bakery AUGUST BROS. .|(il S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-9435 ^%v %  %  .•. %  .•. %  %  AV.v.^ %  .^ %  %  %  %  %  %  % % %  • % % %  • %  • %  • % %  •••• %  • % % %  -•-^v.•. %  .•. UVW SMOOTHER, LIVELIER PERFORMANCE! DRIVE AN OLDSMOBILE get every fine car thrill... every fine car feature -a//at lour cost r-pAKB the wheel of an Oldsmobile for a 1 new conception of smooth, unlabored power lively response brilliant performance! Note the comfort and safety advantages of Knee-Action Wheels, Super-Hydraulic Brakes, Solid-Steel "Turret-Top" Body by Fisher, CenterControl Steering and Safety Glass standard all around ... all yours in Oldsmobile ct a price but a little above the lowest! Make the COMPAR-O-GRAPH Test! Use this quick, handy device to check Oldsmobile's features and values... to compare other cars of similar price with Oldsmobile. Come in and get your copy. free, or write Olds Motor Works, Lansing Mi.h. • THE SIX • • THI EIGHT • $ 6 6 5 • $ 8 1 0 I up.. Elghta 1810 Mml up, list -it 1.-n-ii %  %  Glasi itandird "lulnment nil around. B %  ryvraiiiMiextra. Car Illustrated is the Ws-CylmvinV"!.-'"' S,<1 n '-'" li-l A (ifm-ral Motors ValU; NEW 6% O. M. A. C. TIME PAYMENT II ^ OLDSMOBILE 6 7^ &r tU U &2V&H*' 8 UNGAR BUICKOLDSMOBILE CO. 12(11 N. K. Second Ave. |.„ (Hle 2 sm MELTZER MOTOR CO. -•'!' N. K. Fourteenth St. Phone 2-4658



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Friday, March 27, 1936 Jacksonville News; Winners In the Purim carnival hl e( j Sunday afternoon in the Jacksonville Jewish Center were: In %  ieen Bather contest, Beatrice was selected as queen, and a Levy, as lady in waiting. i prize for the most original costume went to Fay Morganatern; beautiful, to Annette nerman, and the funniest, to tte Roae and Ruth Spivak. Prizes for the best waltz at the which followed the carnival to Miss Lottie Royaton, Rob%  I). Iinhon, and Mr. and Mrs. I. anstern. The grand inarch was held by the radera, and judges were )l( fl el Max Rubin, Mrs. Ida Feldj nc fail man and J. Kodin. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven STATEWIDE NEWS Moth ~ Day ervice to be held in the Jacksonville Jewish ("enter the Friday night preceding Mother's Hay. Orlando Notes I Vans are now complete for the next Temple Sisterhood social affair, a dessert bridge sponsored by tlie March committee of the organization, at the Temple Home at 11:30 o'clock on March 31, under lint chairmanship of Mrs. M. II. Witteti and Mrs. H. Gerbert. S rving on the March commitMra. E. P. Barwald, Mrs. S. S. Brash, Miss Cecil Cohen, Mrs. Min David, Mrs. I. H. Edwards, Mrs. L. Fendig, Mrs. H. Gerbert, Mrs. H. S. Hammel, Miss Martha Isaac, rMs. S. S. Jacobs, Mis. S. Lasarow, Mrs. H. R. Lippman, rMs. Charles Marks, Mrs. F. Max, Mrs. I. Moses, Mrs. P. N. Coleman, Miss H. Greenberg, Mrs. William Lowenstein, Mrs. Walter Nathan, Mrs. William Wansker, Mrs. William Xussbaum, Miss Freda Weil, Mrs. M. H. Witten, Mrs. Sarah Harris. The marriage of Miss Eva Greenstein, daughter of Mrs. Bessie Greenstein and the late Julius Greenstein, and Hyem Kramer, son The entire community <>t' Orlando was shocked to learn of the Thi' Jacksonville Junior Hadassudden death of Dr. Ruth Meitinl sah will give a country fair mi Chicago. Miss Meitin was the Sunday, March 29, in the Jacksonlilsl Golden Eaglet of the Girl ville Jewish Center. Admission will Sc< tits in Orange County, a graduate of Orlando High school, the will be open from 'i F'orida State College for Women, until 6 o'clock in the afternoon and the University of Chicago and the children and parents are especially Rush Medical school of Chicago, invited at this time. The night en! n( served an interneship at Tarnteitainment will begin at 8:30 l ia Municipal hospital, o'clock. At the time of her death she Miss Minnie Slott is general was taking a post-graduate course chairman of the fail-. Committee %  '• radiology at the University of chairmen include: Misses Clara Chicago and serving as instructor Kramer, Etta Bucholtz. Bather at tne university. The body was Blattner, Bessie Cohen, Edith Leist 'iit lo the Carey Hand Chapel in bovitz, Edith Wolfson, Jeanette OsOrlando, where services were conj sinsky, Anne Kirchick, Edith Mosducted by Rev. B. Safer. The B'nai covitz, Jeanette Michaelson, Kate B'rith ritual committee conducted Bandrimer, Julia Mizrahi, Kate tne English service and the Girl Sache and Edith Weiss. Scout Eaglets, under the supervision of Mrs. C. D. Christ, sang A program of unusual merit was "Taps." Interment was in the presented by the department of cemetery of Congregation Ohev literature of the Temple Sister' Sholem. hood Tuesday afternoon in the Temple Home. Mrs. Paul Nathan, The regular monthly meeting of chairman of the department pre-!Congregation Ohev Sholem will be West Palm Beach Notes NOTE The Jewish I'loridian will not condone any action on the part of its employees or associates that is not honest and ethical in every respect. It is for that reason that we have terminated the association of Mr. Samuel Schutz.er of West Palm Beach with this paper. Plans are being made for the observance of a gala Sader night at Temple Beth Israel Monday night, April Gth, with Rev. Joseph Male in charge of the catering. Dr. Carl N. Herman will officiate and conduct the Sader ritual. Mrs. Halpern and Mrs. Carl N. Herman were hostesses at a Dutch supper Wednesday night at Schwartzberg Hall for the benefit of Temple Beth Israel. Cards were played and prizes awarded during the eveningDaytona Beach Notes A special door prize for men, another for women, prizes for every table will he offered at a benefit card party Sunday night, March 29th, at the Temple Israel, given by the Progressive Club, all proceeda to go to a charitable cause. Miss .Marian Rutberg iin Charge of ticket sales. Miss Ruth Epstein, refreshments; Miss Elizabeth Grus heads the hostess committee and Miss Ethel Nelson is in charge of the card arrangements. Another dance by the Jlldah P. Benjamin Lodge No. 1059, B'nai B'rith, is planned for Tuesday night, April 11th. The organization met Monday night, selected I.ou Roey, Leonard Dobrow and Irving Sacks as a committee in charge of the dance arrangements. The group voted to attend the Progressive Club card party this Sunday night, because it is for a charitable cause. Rev. Joseph Schenker will discuss Passover ceremonies and customs when the Sisterhood of Temple Israel meets next Tuesday night at the Temple. Guests are invited. sented Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, who reviewed "If This be Treason," a recent Broadway success by John Haynes Holmes and Reginald Lawrence. held in the vestry rooms of the synagogue Sunday, March 2'Jth, at 8 p. m. Orlando Lodge No. 1043 will hold an open meeting on March 31st in the vestry rooms of the synagogue, to which all ladies and friends of The annual Spring dance sponsored by the Senior Hadassah Chapter was held on the roof gar"'embers are cordially invited. An of Mr. and Mra. Moses Kramer, was (k n of the Mayflower hotel last Tuesday evening. last Thursday evening, in the home of the bridegroom's brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ileyman, by Rabbi Morris I). Marlon Merlin served as best ii an for Mr. Kramer. The bride, who was given in age by her mother, was atTampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Mack Perlman announce the birth of a haby girl, Judith Hermine, March Kith, at the ; by Miss" Helen" Beller, as Tam P Municipal hospital. of honor and Mrs. Theodore Merlin, matron of honor. Mis. Kramer was graduated %  the Florida state College for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Puretz returned to Baltimore after spend. ing several weeks here ae the ninlMl withab^c"helor"of|K uesta f J heir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mra. Meyer Cohen. interesting program will be pres< i,ted. Mr. Louis Baum will be guest speaker. Refreshments will Inserved. The public is invited to attend a card party at the Monterey Hotel Sunday evening, March 2'Jth, at 8 o'clock, for the benefit of the Atlanta Orphan Home of B'nai B'rith. A group of local Jewish women are sponsoring this event. Prizes will be awarded for high scores, and refreshment* will be served. Miss Ethel Nelson was hostess te the Progressive Club at her home Wednesday night, when plans I were completed for a card party. Next meeting of the club is this Wednesday night at the home of Miss Marian Levey. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman have as their house guest Mrs. William Goldman of Chicago. She spent some time in Miami, will be in Daytona Beach several weeks, then to be joined by her husband. The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev Sholem conducted a rummage sale last week. It was very successful and quite a nice sum of money was realized. degree. After a year's ite tudy in social work at ngton University in St. Louis actively engaged in social lor three years and was a r of the social service staff : %  Pdnt ""' week-end with Slate Board of Social WelAlrs. Isabella Rosenbaum, assisted by her daughters, Misses Hannah and Caroline, entertained at a dinner party Monday, March 28rd, honoring Mr. and Mrs. M. Gumbinsky Of New York, who celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on that date. The hostess preMrs. Rose Miller and two sons se nted high scores with prizes and returned to Youngstown, Ohio. serV ed delightful refreshments. Mrs. J. A. Lawrence of New York and Paris has departed after B six weeks' stay at the Everglades Inn. Mrs. Lawrence was met in New York by her son, Ludwig Lawrence, of the M. G. M. studios, who arrived there recently on the ship La France. After a short stay in New York they will return to Paris for the summer. Mrs. Lawrence is a sister of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick of this city. Also at the inn for live weeks were Mrs. Schrebnick'.brother and will M and Mrs. Joseph Hcr/.ciiborg of Franklin, N. J. They plan in return and purchase a home. Mrs. I. Cohn and her sons, Bertram, David and Alan, of New Y'ork City arrived this week to visit Mrs. Conn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stein. Joe Pinkoson, young attorney in St. Augustine, visited friends here over the week-end. Leo Gordon of Detroit, with his parents, is vacationing in Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ginsberg have as their guests Mrs. Ginsberg's parents of New York Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gardner. rior to her marriage. Mr. Kramer made his home in "iiville until four years ago he moved to Madison. He minent in business and civic in that city. nds of Rabbi Morris D. Mar1 of the Jacksonville Jewish r regret to learn of the death mother, Mrs. Sarah Margolis, I a to Detroit, Mich., last week. Funcral services and interment were Miss Gertrude Katz of Providence, I;. 1-, returned home after .Mr. David Goldman returned to „ N1M Orlando as the guc St. Petersburg, after .-pending a her Sistei and brother-in-law, Mr. few weeklure as the truest of hian( J .\Irs. William Berkowitz. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. ami Mrs. Jacob Wittner. he general meeting of the Y. M. Mr. ami Mis. S. Mellinger re H. A. on Monday, March 23rd. Mr. turned to Brooklyn, N. Y. While Samuel l.eff of the National Jewin Tampa they were the guests of : ish Welfare Board of New York their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer H. Kisler. held in Detroit. An evening of dining and dancing was spent by the Merry Fellows Club and their dates at the Tampa Terrace Lounge recently. Complete plans are now being made for the club's April Fool dance at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club Wednesday, April 1, land the first affair will be" held with music by Manuel Sanchez. plan), ,!U in the home of Mrs. H. I Committee in charge of art-angels'iss, representative of the Senior i ments consists of Oscar Verkauf, liters of Israel. After a brief Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, Fred Pollcr -"'ii, a social hour will be held, and William Wolfson. I Iand other games will be enJ Pyl. Bach member has invited TAMPA V. M. H. A. Wend to be her guest that night. A membership campaign, to beRabbi and Mrs. M. D. Margolis [Were hosts recently in their home | Springfield to the Junior Daughters of Israel. A membership drive is being held I'll addressed the meeting and urged the inauguration of the drive and the planning of more varied activities. Dr. J. Leon Schwartz presided at the meeting and Ernest Maas, chairman of the board of directors, accepted the chairmanship of the membership campaign. The goal set is two hundred additional members. The regular Sunday night dances at popular prices have aroused considerable interest, especially among the younger set, and give promise of becoming a permanent social activity. On Wednesday evening there will be the regular meeting of the Boy Scouts; also women's night in the interest to his many friends here is the announcement thai Joseph Schrebnick, son of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer Jewish communal worker of this city, for many y.ars connected with the Palm Beach Post, and now the PostTimea, left Sunday for Los Angeles, Cal., to take a position with M. G. M., one of the largest moving picture companies in the country. He will be accompanied by his sister, Fay, who is also to be with the studios. Both will be connected with the clerical departments of M. G. M. at the Culver City studios near Los Angeles. The Schrebnick family are long-time residents and active in the welfare and communal life of the city, and both the brother and sister are graduates of Palm Beach High School. Joseph later attended the school of journalism at New York University. Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Budethal have as their guest their niece, Miss Josephine Glassman of New York City. % 


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Page Eight Till: JEWISH PL0B1DIAN Friday, March 27, 1935 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi Society RELIGIOUS SERVICES | o Friday evening services, Temple Israel, Miami's Reform Jewish Congregation, 187 N. E. 19th St., at 8:15 o'clock. Judge Harry M. Fisher of the Circuit Court of Cook County of Chicago, 111., an outstanding American Jewish leader, will be guest speaker at the services on Friday evening, March 2"th. The committee will then make a full report of the progress in the United Jewish Campaign of Greater Miami, which has been conducted for the United Palestine Appeal and the American Jewish. Joint Distribution Committee. A booklet will be published containing the names of all donors to the Campaign. It is still time for your name to be included by forwarding your contribution promptly to Campaign Headquarters, 407 Congress Building. Please attend our services. Passover begins Monday evening, April 6th. SISTERHOOD Mrs. Harry Rubin, 1786 S. W. 9th st. is sponsoring an afternoon of Drama at her home, also a Tea, on Friday, March 27th, at 2 o'clock, for the Sisterhood of Temple Israel and the Hebrew Union College Dormitory Fund. An unusual and delightful afternoon is in store for all who wish to attend. Admission is 50 cents. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Opening prayer was given by 1 Morton Kane, services read by Mil: licent Roth and the closing prayer 1 by Frank Davis. Highest collection and best attendance in In! termediate department, class 3. The birthdays celebrated were Lois Reisner, Henry Bronner, Joseph Mirsky, Theodore Hyman, Phyllis Rosenthal, Paul Liebovit, and Alvin Glucksman. The School sent $5.00 to the Blind of Palestine. Essie Sobel, one of the pupils in intermediate department, class 4, gave a little "*•* ENJOY A REAL TRADITIONAL SADER at "THE HOUSE OF ABRAMS" .'{02 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES Will Conduct the Ritual Reservations Accepted for the Sader or for the Entire Passover Week Rhone 5-1072 The Family Jacobs, operating the beautiful Alamac Hotel, will again welcome the public to its traditional Sader services this year on Monday evening, April 6th, and Tuesday evening, April 7th. when the complete Sader ritual will be followed. The splendid cuisine for which the hotel is lamed will again i„served and everything will be done to make the RliestS welcome in true holiday spirit. Reservations may also lie made for the entire Passover week. n Mrs. Esther Wilen, who was the house guest of her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hose, left for her home in Baltimore after spending several weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose observed their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary this week. They have been Miami residents for the past twelve years and active in musical and welfare circles. • Members of Junior rladassah met Monday night at the Alcazar Hotel. Final details concerning the annual Donor's dinner were reviewed, and it was announced that Purim entertainment in her home, with the help of several other children, and collected 18.00, which she contributed to the charity fund of Temple Israel. This amount was sent to the local Red Cross emergency fund. this event will take place Sunday, fcpril 5th, at the Town Casino Club, Miami Beach. Miss Anita S.lverman chairman, is in charge ol reservations. Mrs. Murry Grossman, program eha j rm an, Introduced Miss Ida Safer who spoke regarding a project £ 1 x F Miss Belle Tannenbaum talked on "The Health and Sanitary Conditions in Palestine. Miss Pauline Lasky presented a piano number. Current events were discussed by Miss Sally Singer and Mi-. Elea • Rubin. Attendance prize wa.awarded to Miss Edith Manias. Joseph Baskin, national general secretary %  the Workmen's Circle, will arrive in Miami next week for the purpose of delivering an address on the work of the organization on Sunday evening, April 5th. at 8:30 o'clock. The meeting will be held at Beth David Auditorium and no charge of any kind will be made. Mr. Baskin is a well known Yiddish orator and a leader in fraternal and labor circles of this country and for years has been active in general movements for relief and amelioration of labor conditions throughout the world. and family prior to their return home, by Congregation B'nai Israd at 1030 Arlington ave., Sunday eve ning, March 29th, at r> o'clock, Reservations can be made through Mr. Hyman Jacobs, president, GENERAL A S U S IT A L MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1107 W. FLAGLER STREET Will supply your every Passover want! Manischewitz. Horowilz-Manjareten. London and Streit's Matzos. Matzo Meal and Noodles. Coffee. Tea. Sujjar. Prunes. Nuts of all kinds. Spices. Vinegar, etc. KOSHER PASSOVER WINE In Dr. Kaplan's class on Sunday morning, the subject for discussion at the present time, is Intermarriage. Those who are interested are welcome to attend this class. Dr. Kaplan addressed the V. \V. C. A. meteing at a banquet Tuesday evening on the subject "The Will to Peace." This subject was tin' topic for discussion throughout the country at tinY. \V. C. A. meetings. On Wednesday, April 1st, at o'clock, in the Rabbi's study, there will IK.' a special meeting of the School Board, for the purpose of beginning a study on Religious School problems as they present themselves in tinReform Jewish Temples. Any of the mothers, fathers or friends interacted in Jewish education are welcome to attend this meeting. YOl AUK SURE OF The I-'inest in Kosher .Meals and Poultry When You Buy at Miami Beach Kosher Market 329 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone :.-202fi ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 2fith St. Phone 2-3705 Make Your Reservations for PASSOVER SEDARIM April 6th and 7th Or for the Entire PASSOVER WEEK at BUSCH'S VII.I.A 1.5th St. and Collins Ave. MIAMI BE \( ll REASONABLE PRICES REV. S. Gl'TTMAN In Charge of Poultry •JOE" REIS.MAN In Charge of Meats GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION >U IT 1 01 a ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM III. O-loIZ GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave. & Fifth St. St. Petersburg Notes A farewell banquet will be tendered to Mr. .1. Adler (B. Kovner) Jerusalem (WNS)—The Torah Scroll used during religious serv. ices held for members of the ,j ew ish Legion during the World war has been brought to Palestine and presented to the National Libra!} at the Hebrew University. The Torah was brought here by Rev. erend Falk of South America who had been one of the chaplains of the Jewish Legion. Make Your Reservations Now! PASSOVER SEDARIM Beginning April 6th And the Entire Week of Passover, at KRAEMERS Strictly Kosher Restaurant 361 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach VERY REASONABLE PRICES r 1 %  CELEBRATE PASSOVER IN REAL STYLE! What finer dish for the Sader or at any table than REAL FRESH WATER FISH the kind you have always delighted to serve. YELLOW PIKE HECHT (Pickerel) PERCH CARP BUFFALO TROUT WHITEFISH. etc. FRESH DAILY Dispensed From Miami's Most Modern and Sanitary Fish Market by Experts QUALITY SERVICE ECONOMY ALL FLORIDA FISHERIES, Inc. 26 N. W. RIVER DRIVE Phone 3-1827 FREE DELIVERIES IN GREATER MIAMI No Order Too Large None Too Small DAILY—FRESH FISH—FROM THE SEA—TO YOUR ll s Greyhound Racing % at it's best 1). RACES NIGHTLY r l' 11 "!"" > 11 1 minim Ill Ill lllliril II III r_ I 4 I'OST TIME I 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 The Best In Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables FIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimn iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiin ADMISSION I lnclu Mannie Gates' Orchestra WEST FLAGLEK KENNEL CLUE WEST FLAGLER at 37th AVE. Miami; Dmenloun Greyhound" Track



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Uiday. March 27. Uttfi Society ,),„. of the outstanding events i t h e season was the marriage ,., Sun day night at the Mayflow. ,. note], Miami Beach, of Miss etM stone, daughter of Mrs. arah Stone, "I"' time resident and eminent communal worker of MiRaymond Kutner, son i aul Kutner of Rabbi J iliua Washer of i, •, '. Orthodox Coniate I beneath the Ice ; ai d decorated tra, h the ballroom of I, The bride was given ... by her mother and i Elry. Mrs. Louis atron of honor, with Betty Blumenthal of avannah and Kuth Davis of Mim i a9 ridesmaids. Adele Stone, Koven and Sharon Ahrams bridesmaids and Diwas flower girl. Jack bne, a brother of the bride, was ,-t man and Benjamin Stone was nan. Prof. Leo Portnoff Neddinjr march and Mrs. •() Promise Me." Polc iremony, dinner was mi for tin' members of the imi Family and close friends ml then a reception followed. Allowing the reception the couple It for a honeymoon trip to Calimia. They will make their home Miami on their return. Among e outf-town guests attending ic Mi and Mrs. Paul Kutner, j id Ml A. A. Abrams of Chicago, I i. and Mrs. Harry Blumenthal, :. and Mrs. Sam Blumenthal, isJudith Blumenthal, Miss BetHhinniiili.il. Ellis Blumenthal, i-. Alexander Ma/.o, Mrs. Louis hen and Miss Bess Levington, all Savannah; Mrs. L. Katz and rs. S. Krohn "f Lorraine, Ohio. | The Land-O-Sun Dairy at Miami each, of which Mr. E. C. Fogg, \-. pioneer dairy man of this area, president, will provide all its customers with strictly THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN kosher Passover dairy products. Phase products will be produced under the supervision of Rabbi David, I. Roitenbloom of Miami Bea.h and each bottle and package will hear a label carrying the signature of the Rabbi. These products may be obtained at the grocery or delicatessen stores at Miami Beach or may be obtained through the regular route drivers serving the individual custon %  Mr. and Mrs. Charles I reeciving congratulations on the birth of a baby boy at the Universitj Hospital last w iek, Rabbi B. D. Mindel officiated at the Bria .Milan last Sunday in the presence of friends and the family. Mother and baby are doing nicely. • • • The Junior Division of the V. M. II. A. recently reorganized with the following new officers being chosen to head the organization: Ann Lehrman, president; Allan Grei %  field, vice president; Sarah Lehrman. recording secretary; Evelyn Marks, corresponding secretary, and Nellie Shaft, treasurer. The public is invited to attend the next meeting of the organization on Monday, March :S0th, at the clubrooms of the organization, l">7ii S. W. Fifth st. Acceding to the demands of many of its patrons the Plaza Theater at Miami Beach will bring back to the screen the famous "The Land of Promise" showing scenes and life in Palestine which played Page Nine While Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50e LADIES' HEELS 15c Atlantic Shoe Shop 240 N. E. First Arenue Opp. Cortes Hotel For QUALITY and KASHRUS Buy at MALTER'S Kosher Meat and Poultry Market 18 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Phone 5-37.')! FRF:E DELIVERY itfBfii \i /.So". 0 ?. 1 ;',, # ;' k.Tt.' ^m^^&X FOR PASSOVER. WHEN YOU WANT THE BEST, GET Horowitz-Margareten Matzohs "The Matzoh with the Xante" and other Horowitz-Margareten Passover Products: Egg Noodles, Egg Barley, ERK Flakes. Egg Matzohs. Whole Wheat Matzohs. Hygienic Matzohs, Matzoh Meal, Matzoh Farfel, Cake Meal. Baby Food, Potato Starch, Coffee, Tea and Spicew. STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER At all groceries Florida Representative: FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN to packed houses the early part of this month. The picture will be shown on Thursday, Friday and lay, April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. i he golden voice of David Ross, noted radio announcer, tells the story of Palestine of old and the transformation wrought in the Promised Land through the efforts of Chalutzim. The picture showPalestine life brings to the BCret ii ancient and modern Oriental dances, a complete performance of Hayden'g Oratorio in the natural and awe-inspiring Betting of .Alt. Scopus, the site of the Hebrew University, life in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, of holy places thai have < een venerated by .lews and nonJews alike for centuries. Noted critics of the screen have termed "magnificent portraiture the piece of non-fiction the screen has offered in many months ." 1 he usual admission charges will be made ami as an additional feature "Don't Get Personal," starring Sally Filers and James Dunn will be shown. An exhibition of Palestinian arts and crafts is held daily at the lobby of the Beth Jacob Congregation Miami Beach where Bezalel School of Art products may be seen. Mrs. Sadye (i. Rose, executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and Mr. and .Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis of Miami, attended the recent conference Biecayne-CoUIni Hotel. Miami lirarh former League of Nations Commissioner for Refugees was the main speaker. Other notables led round table discussions on problems affecting the comnyunities of the Southeastern section. For an Enjoyable Passover Make Your Reservations With Biscayne-Collins Hotel Bfscayns St. at Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Madorsky Management For the Sedorim, April lilh and April 7th, or for the Entire Pas-over Week. A Prominent Rabbi Will Conduct the Services FOR MORE ENJOYMENT AND LESS WORK DURING PASSOVER, USE KOSHER ROKEACH PRODUCTS PURE These Products Are Kosher for Passover ROKEACH KOSHER SCOURING POWDER ROKEACH KOSHER SOAP—In Cartons ROKEACH KOSHER ALUMINUM CLEANSER ROKEACH KOSHER SILVER POLISH ROKEACH KOSHER POLISH POWDER ROKOH For Porcelain. Enamel. Tile. Etc. At All Groceries I. ROKEACH & SONS, Inc. Brooklyn, N. Y. OPEN FOR THE SPRING SEASON WE INVITE THE NATION'S TURF PATRONS TO Homelike Inviting the Turfmen's Rendezvous Modern MIAMI'S FRIENDLY RACE COURSE' Post Time 2 P. M. Grandstand Clubhouse Pletsait $1.00 $2.50



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Page Ten THE JEWISH F1.QRIDIAN Friday, March 27, 193, Society The Books-in-Brief club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. M. Kotkin when Mrs. I. L. Reisman reviewed "Silas B. Crockett" by Mary Ellen Chase. Mrs. Jack Samet spoke on the life of Rothschild and Mrs. Louis Heiman led the discussion on current events. A social hour followed. • • Reservations for both Sader nights or for the entire week of Passover are being accepted by Busch'a Villa at Miami Beach. The Sader ritual will be directed by a prominent Miamian and will be traditionally observed. The usual excellent holiday cuisine will be served the guests. • • Young Jewish boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 15 are invited to join the Junior Maccabees, an organization devoted to Jewish culture which meets at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, S. W. 15th ave. and 5th st., every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. • • • Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation will again conduct the Sader service and traditional ritual at Fagan's Palatial Kosher Restaurant both nights of the Sader on April 6th and 7th. The usual Passover and home like atmosphere for which the Palatial Kosher Restaurant is famous will again prevail. Reservations may be made for the Sader nights or for the entire Passover week by phoning Mr. Fagan. By unanimous vote the Y'oung Hebrew Social Club, which recently sponsored a benefit theater party, set aside a portion of the proceeds to provide a basket of Passover food for a deserving family. The organization meets every Tuesday evening at the homes of \arious of its members. • • Tropical Park is running true to the expectations of its officers and is catering to thousands of turf fans every day., providing them with thrilling sport and the finest in thla sport of kings. Everything is being pointed to lead to the climax of the season's racing at this splendid plant on Saturday, April 4th, wiien the $5,(100 Derby Consolation, the major stake of the entire >'i day meeting will be run. Nominations for this race include some of the leading contenders in recent, turf ^history and .include Cornelius Yanderbilt Whitney's Bright Plumage which finished third in the recent Florida Derby. This horse is the Eastern Sportsman's chief hope in the Kentucky Derby contest. The mutuel play is the largest in the history of this popular course and shows the appreciation and interest of the fans. Mr. Louis Jacobskind, proprietor of the Seaboard Sanitary Dairy, announces that he will provide strictly kosher Passover dairyproducts for all his customers under the personal supervision of Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Miami Beach. A Mashgiach named by the Rabbi will reside at the dairy during the entire Passover period. All customers and those desiring these kosher Passover products are urged to make their reservations with Mr. Jacobskind as soon as possible. • • Final plans are being formulated by Junior Hadassah' for the Annual Donor's Dinner which will be neld at the Town Casino club. Sunday evening, April 5th. Miss Anita Silvermen is chairman of the event and is assisted by Misses Rose Uoodmark, Vivienne Jacobs, Belle Tannen, Yetta IV:mr, and Ida Safer. For reservations call 6-2535. The first dairy in the Greater Miami area to provide Passover lai v products for its customers the Miami Home Milk Producers iation will again this year be under the supervision ot Rabbi l,., vi ,l 1. Rosenbloom and Rabbi JuHua Washer for the production „,. dairy products strictly kosher passover. One of the dairies „,th( company has been set aside exclusively for this purpose and a Mashgiach named by the Rabbis W il] ,, -nle -here daring the entire Passover period. F.ach bottle and package will bear the signatures of )!„. Rabbis to insure that everything has been duly carried out according to ritual requirement] Customers arc urged In hot* their route drivers of their quirements. MANISCHEWITZ Brand KOSHER WINES PORT SHERRY MALAGA TOKAY CRAPE MUSCATEL BEVERAGE AM) SUPPLY CO. 261 N. W. Twenty-Second St. WHOLESALE ONLY Phone 2-11238 A most cordial invitation to inspect the LINCOLN V-12 and the new LINCOLN ZEPHYR V-12 We will "TOP" any legitimate trade-in allowance on your present car. S. A. RYAN'S DADE MOTOR SALES 400 S. W. Second Avenue BRANCH—801 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH Return Engagement of THE PRIZE-WINNING MOTION PICTURE OF PALESTINE The Thrillin,.!, True Story of a People Who Came Back After 2.000 Years! "THE LAND OF PROMISE" With a Cast of Thousands —Kxtra Attraction— "DON'T GET PERSONAL" With Sally Eilers and James Dunn THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY April 2nd, 3rd and 4th PLAZA THEATRE Miami Reach. South AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, p res 1349 West Flagler Street | Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE As Usual the Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N. W. FIFTH ST. WILL SUPPLY YOl K EVERlj PASSOVER WANT! A complete line of ManischtwitSf (Joodman. London. Horowitz-Margarelen and Streit | Matzos. Mal/u Mea". Noodles, ("offew, I Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nut| of all kinds. Spices, Vinegar and Ny Fit | EVERYTHING IN THE FOOD LINE PRODUCERS ASS'H PASSOVER Make Passover Meals Taste Better •* J>*r 7\ >; ,| i O H Cfi ** S rm X 50 USE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Just ;is you enjoy our Dairj Products throughout the year, you will a'oreciate its hiirh quality during the Passover, when these delicious and wholesome necessities wi'l be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties. It is entirely in the spirit (if service rather than with the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is in appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year. Every letter and principle of Jewish dietarv laws is strictlv observed, with a mashgiach in residence at the dairy. A'l re'igious requirements are under the supervision of: aV„\,\ V.V.'.'VJ* 0 *'^ 1 51 ()0M *" Jacob Cong., Miami Beach RABHI Jl LH S WASHER, Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. DO NOT DELAY ORDER NOW Call, Write or Phone Miami Home Milk Producers Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696


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wJemsti Flariidilain
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|ol. 9 -No. 13
^5 F/A?> Jhewiislh lUiniilty
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27^ 1936
Price Five Cent-
The World's
Window
"THE MEANING"
Jewish News Hartford Jews
By LUDWIG I.EWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
[(he Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement on this copyright
will Ue prosecuted.
Around the
World
Jewish Physician in Ireland Credit-
ed with Curing Childlessness
My friends in the secretariat of
Ihe Keren Hayaaod (Palestine
Foundation Fund) in Jerusalem,
have sent me an admirable and
tharming book. Printing, press-
L-ork and binding and, above all,
Ihe delightful illustrations compare
Lore than favorably with the best
L-ork of its kind done elewhere and
Ihe small volume bears the proud
Iml thrilling legend: Tozereth Ha-
Jrez, product of the land, i. e.,
lade in Palestine. Hebrew and
English editions of the book will
\ doubt appear. That which lies
me is in German, partly
ecause it was originally written 'n
hat language by its author Hugo
perrmann and partly, I suspect,
cause the book was primarily
lesigncd for the information, guid-
ance, warning of those thousands
men and women in the Third
Reich who are contemplating re-
|iioval to Palestine.
Tin- hook is called "Palastina
leute: und Schattan." ("Palestine
If Today: Bright and Dark Sides").
Now Hugo Herrmann is a very
rood writer indeed, engaging, wit-
ly. toll rant,-though he has the right
Iting of irony and the right lift
bf passion too. His book is not
Inly extraordinarily informative
Quite the best survey of the past
|uid the immediate present of our
| ian workbut it has a
\ of intellectual distinction
lii'i always conspicuous in Zionist
I i by virtue of its freedom
bf perception, its balanced judg-
I ideological delicacy and
Soundness, German assimilation-
f i lost soul. But the Ger-
Bat Zionists knew and know their
Ituff. They also know how to
rite.
* *
Nol the least pungent of Herr-
1 chapters is that entitled
iserath Arshkenas, the German
I in or catastrophe, in
pl'iih. though in a spirit of toler-
ance and love, he holds up a very
mirror before certain mem-
t*' (a limited number of course),
bf the recent German immigration.
But there is one specific anecdote
knd observation of his which, I am
lure, he would not object to my
translating here. There is a brand
pw colony called Ramath Hash-
Wu in which forty intellectuals
b'"l professional men from Ger-
many and their families have al-
ready through intensive truck
farming and poultry-raising suc-
ceeded on incredibly tiny farms in
Publishing a sure if modest live-
lihood for themselves. Herrmann
Vked one of these gentlemen, a
Irofeasional man and a non-Zion-
ft. why he had come to Palestine,
the gentleman answered:
(Continued on Page 3)
Jews Injured in Lee Asks
Rumanian Riots Public Help
Tallahassee, March 2(i, (FNS).
Bucharest (WNS) Scores of State Comptroller J. M. Lee today
Jews were reported seriously In- issued an appeal to the homestead
jured in anti-Semitic outbreaks at owners to file application for
Czernowitz, Kishinev and Baldur- l.omestead tax exemption promptly
shetz. Although the University of as an act of co-operation with Dublin (WNS)A report issued
Czernowitz has been closed until their county officials. here by the Royal Academy of
after the Easter holidays in order "In the hope that future contro- Medicine in Ireland credits Dr.
to prevent further student disturb- versies may be avoided and extra Bethel Solomons, prominent Jewish
lances, the anti-Semites continued burdens for costs of items improp- gynecologist, with the successful
| to assault Jewish students found erly included in tax sales may be
in the vicinity of the university I averted," Comptroller Lee stated
grounds. One student, N'orb;it "I am calling attention to the fol-
I'lemingu, suffered a fractured lowing quotation from Chapter
skull and the loss of an eye. In 17060, Uws of the State of Florida
Kishinev a gang of anti-Semites passed by the 1988 legislature:
Suffer Damage
News Kditor of Jewish Ledger
(Jives i.r.ipln. Picture of
Havoc Caused by Raging
Torrents
development of an operation which
cures childlessness in women. Dr.
By MILDRED BROMBERG
News Kditor of Hartford Jewish
Ledger
Hartford, Conn,
wildly rampaging.
(WNS)The
debris-choked
broke up a soccer game between a
Jewish and non-Jewish team by
starting a riot in the stadium.
When the non-Jewish fans at-
tempted to protect the Jewish play-
ers the anti-Semites attacked the
non-Jews, too. Order was restored
only after a detachment of troops
hail been called. The BaldurshotZ
riot resulted from the inflamma-
tory speeches made at an anti-Se-
mitic congress there.
The Central Jewish Committee
has lodged a formal protest with
the government against the exclu-
sion from the budget of any ap-
propriation for Jewish cultural ac-
tivities.
Noted Cantor in
Concert Sunday
"Sec. 5. It shall be the duty
of each taxpayer who claims
said exemption to file one of
said forms, properly filled out
and executed, with the assessor
on or before April 1st of each
year; and the failure to do so
shall constitute a waiver of
said exemption for such year;
provided, however, that for the
year 1985 such claim may be
filed on or before July 1st,
1986."
"Homestead owners can render a
service to both themselves and to
their fellow citizens by making
application for homestead exemp-
tion as provided by the statute as
above quoted, and carefully check-
ing lot and block numbers or sec-
tion numbers with their deeds.
"I bespeak hearty co-operation
with our county officials in this
matter."
Solomons' operative method is said Connecticut river is slowly Need-
to have enabled a number of women '"*? 'eavinK in its wake damages
to bear healthy children. Dr. Solo- totaling millions of dollars to Jew-
mons is a former president of the isn business concerns which lay in
obstetrics section of the Royal ,ne direct path of the mad stream.
Academy of Medicine in Ireland Thl. unpl.ecedented rise f the
and attached to the staff of the iver of j feH fct hundpedl!
Rotunda Hospital.________ of fil.ms unaware_ an(i store own.
era helplessly watched their mer-
J I) (' Sends Funds to Aid Polish fhandise carried down the onrush-
Pogrom Victims
New York .(WNS)A called
appropriation of $5,000, the first
American-financed relief to the
scene of the disorders, has been
sent to Poland by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee for the imme-
diate relief of Jewish victims ol
recent outbreaks at Przytyk in the
Kailom district, it was announced
here by Joseph C. Hyman, sec.i
lary of the JDC.
Orlando Meeting
Adopts Resolution
ing torrent.
Tobacco firms, nine-tenths of
which are Jewishly owned, esti-
mate their damage at $2,000,000.
Wholesale grocery companies are
surveying losses which will run
into many thousands. Flour and
sugar concerns have only the
remnants of a pasty substance
which last week was thousands of
pounds of baking supplies. Scores
of small grocery stores, drug
stipes, bakery shops, saw their
show cases and goods go swim-
ming down the stream, their life's
savings gone.
What promises to be one of the
outstanding events of the year is
the gala concert to be held at the
NOTE
For the Purpose of
M'CHIRAS CHOMAYTZ
The Hartford Jewish Ledger
was inundated by approximately
Of interest to the Jewish pub- twOve feet of water and it was
lie was the unanimous adoption with tne greatest difficulty that
at the recent meeting of the Demo- the "gular weekly edition was run
untie Executive Committee of the off the Press. Two of the em-
Ida M. Fisher High School, Miami the following is called to the atten- Kifth Congressional District of plo-vt's had be taken out by
Beach, next Sunday evening, March
20th, beginning at 8:15 o'clock.
The event is being sponsored by
Ihe well known and beloved Cantor
Boris Schlachman. The program
will include a number of the most
prominent Cantors and artists in
vocal and instrumental selections,
and will present liturgical melo-
dies, folk songs and operatic arias
'11 the Hebrew. Yiddish, Russian
und other languages. This is one
of the annual events which both
residents and tourists eagerly
rowboats.
possible.
Entrance is still bu-
tton of the public: Florida held on March 5th of the
RABBI JULIUS WASHER of the following resolution offered by Col.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre- \] ], Bailey, a prominent citizen
gation will be at his home, 1136 ,,t Orlando, Fla., one of the leaders
s. W. 6th St., every morning ,,r the convention, and vice presi-
from 10 to 12, and every after- ,;,., (- ,ni. committee:
noon at the Synagogue from I
-Resolved, that the Democratic *> Several operations were per-
Executive Committee of the Fifth formed <* emergency condi-
Due to failure of electric power
which plunged the city into dark-
ness for several days, the Mt. Sinai
Hospital was for a time incapaci-
tions.
to 6.
RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
of Beth Jacob will be at the Congressional District of Florida,
Synagogue or his home adjoining Koes on record against the dissemi.
the Synagogue, daily from 10 to "'"'"" or distribution of un-Ameri-
12 mornings, and I to 6 every can literature in the district and
afternoon. the officers ami members be ever ney Wachtel, president of the Or-
look forward to and enjoy. Tick- RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth vigilant against such practice." thodox Synagogue in Hartford, was
eta at nominal prices may be ob- David will be at the Synagogue entirely water-swept. No estimate
every morning from 10 to 12 and Tins resolution followed the d.s- of damage cou,d ^ obtaine(| Bar
The Market Street Synagogue
was partly inundated. Wachtel's
Department Store, owned by Bar-
tained from Cantor Scfilachmaii
the box office of the High
on Sunday night.
or at
school
every afternoon from 4 to 6. tribution of Ami Semitic litera- ney Rapaport president of the Con -
ture in the district recently.
A Duty Not to Be Shirked
The Jewish Floridian is not espousing the cause of any candidate for
office IT IS CHAMPIONING THE CAUSE OF DECENT CITIZEN-
SHIP At this time, when we are approaching the "Feast of Liberation,"
Passover we cannot help but urge upon every Jewish resident of Florida,
who is qualified to vote, but has not yet registered or paid h.s poll tax that
he is not a trulv free man or woman unless he has fulfilled the rights of
suffrage which he possesses and which in fairness and decency he should
We owe it to ourselves as citizens and as Jews to register im-
exercise.
mediately.
DO YOUR DUTY ... DO IT NOW!
DON'T REGRET TOMORROW!

servative Synagogue is the owner
of one of the tobacco concerns
which suffered tremendous losses.
Innumerable small shops on
Windsor street the Jewish shop-
ping district of the city were terri-
bly hard hit almost entirely under
; water their businesses a total loss.
Private Jewish citizens rallied to
the aid of the stricken city ren-
dering invaluable service to the
Red Cross private and public re-
lief agencies. In hip-length rubber
boc,ts they plodded through the
muddy waters aiding in rescuing
marooned families salvaging wa-
ter-soaked stock from stores.
A few store-owners anticipating
the inundation stored their goods
on top floors of buildings and
warehouses, thus averting disaster.



Tage Two
THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
Friday, March 27,193,
Prizes will bo awarded for high
scores and delicious refreshments
will be served at the prc-Pass-
over card party being sponsored b>
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the .Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
nexl Thursday evening, April 2nd.
at 8 o'clock at the clubrooms of
the V. M. II. A. The public is
urged t<> attend. The proceeds will
he used I'm- the Talmud Torah fund
of tlic congregation.
'.' the Sadei services of Kram-
Stri rtlj K is her Restaurant at
Bea : B ele Kele-
mei i he traditional lit-
R itions may be made
ights or for the
Pa d it is
c be made at
i. asonable rales will
ill.
U Julius Washl r Will sup-
erintend and members of the Tal-
mud Torah an I Sunday school will
conduct t". traditional ritual at
the annual Children's Sader of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
e|
SOC!
fc)
hi Max Shapiro who will be
by the Sunday school
--i->,l
faculty.
A prominent Miamian will con-
duct thi' Sader service tit the Bis-
cayne Collins II".el managed by
the Madorsky family both Sader
nights. The service will be con-
ducted along traditional lines in
mity i:'n the practice of
1: may be
made for the Sader nights 1
the entire Passoi er week
which reasonable rates will be
A very important m< e ing of the
atei Miami Cemi v-
ion was held last ek al i;
lacob Synagogue when a
i ial report of the organization was
! n sented. Plans for the erection
of a chapel at the Cemetery of
.': association was submitted by
the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Ernes through a delegation headed
tion Sunday evening March 29th, by Mr. Manuel Rippa. The plans
at o'clock in the clubrooms of the were approved and immediate erec-
V. M. II. A. The Ladies' Auxil- tion was authorized. Assisting Mr.
11'.. of the Congregation will pro- Rippa on the building committee
vide goodii a for the children.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau is com-
pleting plans for the annual Food
and Bake Sale to be held on Fri-
day, April 17th in front of Palmer's
Shoe Store at Northeast First
Street. In charge of arrangements
are Mesdamt Rose Miles, Sam
Halpert and Sam Kirstein.
\s O Ul
I t.f >v !>Se
Sun.-Mon.-Tuei
March 29-3J-31
Charles Chaplin
Pau'ette (ioddard
MODERN TIMES
"7t> AV6NUE
Sun.-Mon., March 28*80
Jack BennyI'na Merkel
Eleanor PowellJune Knighl
obert TaylorFrances Langforv
BROADWAY MELODY
OK 1936
a e Messrs. Sol Schwartz. Morris
ivotkin. W. Blustein and Mcsdames
l.-idor Cohen. R. Yunes, 1. Kosen-
i.arten. W. Blutstein. Morris Kot-
l.in, S. Stone. M. Bernstein and
( hailes Goldstein,
>: '-
At the last meeting of the Sis-
: rhood of Chesed Shel Ernes ;
nominating committee was ap-
1 Dinted to recommend names of of-
licers for the coming year. On this
committee are Mcsdames Terry
Stein, Charles Goldstein, I. Rosen-
aarten, M. Bernstein and W. Blu-
stein. At this meeting members
were urged to contribute east off
clothing for the rummage store
conducted by the organization, the
proceeds of which are now being
used for the welfare work of the
organization.
#
The Young Hebrew Social Club
IS sponsoring a leap year party this
coming week at the home of Stan-
ley Weintraub, 1364 S. W. Fifth
Street, which all members arc
DR. A. R. HINTERPOHL
M drrn Thrrnpeutirn. Pftinlo* unH
H. <(.'li.*> Kcmo\nl of 1 mil- and
. 'in: i rhoidh. F :..'.* DUiirdem.
l((i Congres i Bldjj.
Phani 3-1911
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We Arc Very Happy to Announce
BEAUTIFUL SADER SERVICES
Will Be Conducted by
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Of Beth David Cong, on
Both Nights at
FAGAN'S
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
2r N. E. SECOND STREET
Breakfast. Luncheon and DinnerAlso a la Carte
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
Phone 2-8fi9
Noiice to
HOMESTEAD OWNERS!
If you have not filed your application for homestead
exemption, please take time to do so now. The law
provides that exemption must be claimed on or be-
fore April 1st of each year.
See that the correct description of your homestead is
entered on your application and avoid complications
arising from exempting the wrong property.
DON'T DELAY!
J. M. LEE, Comptroller.
urged to attend. Games will be
played and refreshments will be
served.

i antor Boris S in will
conduct the ritual
the S d<
View 1;

mi- maj
Sadei nighl n !'
over week
..
sta;
I f thi mi -
rent season for Beth David Sis-
ii i hood will It rty Wed-
y e- cning, A ; i-il 151 al Bet h
mud Torah Hall begin-
ning at B o'i lock. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores an
ments will be served, The
public is urged to attend. Host-
esses for the evening will be Mes-
.1. Kngler, Sol. Greif and II.
Rayvis.
At the late Friday evening serv-
H e- of Beth David I gri ration,
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach on
"The Rabbi Laces the Future."
Cantor .Nathan Wroobel assisted by
the choir will chant the servic -
and lead the congregational sing-
ing. This will be the final late
Friday evening service of the sea-
son. Mr. Sidney II. Palmer, presi-
dent of the congregation, will de-
li,,.,- the official closing remarks,
day morning the Junior Con-
it ion will h gular Sab-
bath
:.
At
n of
"The Books-in-
i ie
by ('
Harry Oliphant Ie I
the (I of.cur-
,. I ouis Palloi
eda Schiff
Becausi f v "" con-
I li unfinished Syna-
Bnai Israel
-. Petersburg,
Rabbi A. s. Kleinfeld will spend the
Passover holidays at the Sea
Breeze hotel. Miami Reach. He
will conduct the Sader service both
nights in the traditional manner.
Mr. Morris Levin who has operated
the hotel for a long number i '
yens is now taking reservations
for the Sader nights or for the
entire week for which reasonable
i hut fees are being made.
The annual Children's Sader of
the pupils of Beth David Talmud
Torah and Sunday school will be
conducted at the Talmud Torah
rium on bunday morning of
Choi Hamoed April 12th at D>
o'clock under the direction of Rab-
An outstanding cultural and so.
cial event will be held this ahT
noon, Friday. March 27th, at Z\
home of Mrs. Harry Kubin' 1736|
W. Ninth st., beginning Bt2o,ck)eU
The event is being sponsored fJ
the b, nefit of the ||. I
College Fund. A d:
ing will be given by Mrs, fl
V. Little of a curr. nt
dramatic hit. A social hou
follow the program.
is urged tO attend, i -
inal charge will be n i

Rabbi Max Shapiro p,., I
vid Synagogue offici
marriage last Sunday evenM
when Miss Esther Gi
daughter of Mr. ami
Greenberg of this city, became*
bride of Mr. Irving Roy, I
ol Mr. and Mrs. S. R0J p
phia. The affair was held in tJ
beautifully decorated and
bedecked living room of thi G
berg home. .Miss Sara Hi,
sister of the bride, was maid of
honor and Charles Greenl
brother of the bride, was bestmnJ
The bride was Riven in marrieje
by her father and mother. J|,..
Roy is a native of Jacksonville,I
Fla., where she graduated froi
the Duval High School. She was11
popular member of Miami's your. I
er set. Following the cerenmn
a reception was held after ffhidll
the couple left for a honeyi
trip. The couple will make then
home in Kingston. N. Y., when|
Mr. Roy is engaged in business.
Mannish Suits of Original
SHARKSKIN jtf'
19
75
Mannish-tailored suits of the original
quality Sharkskin, a superior fabrlo
introduced in Miami by Burdine's.
Smart in White, the season's best
color. Equally good in Beige, Pink
or Peach. Sizes 12 to 20,38 to 40.
Three Styles
Single-breasted Coats with
gathered action backs. Cen-
ter pleated flap pockets and
notched lapels. 19.75.
Double-breasted Coat with
patch pockets. Dart-fitted
waist and half-belted pleated
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MIAMI-MIAMI BE ACM
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Lday, March 27, 1936
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
wJmisn Floridian
FLORIDA S ONLY ,'EW ISH WEEKLY
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by the
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P. O. Box 2873
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CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
Entered
iccond class matter July 4, 1830. at the Peat Office at Miami. Fl.rida
under the Act of March 3. I87.
ST. PETERSBURG
ABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SOHREBNICK
Representative
ORLANDO
>: ,;s. B. S. COHEN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
Polish Railways Establish Ghetto
Cars to "Protect" Jews
pi, M"ntha
One Year ..
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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1936
Vol. 9No. 13
The Amende Honorable
We believe there is no faith so tolerant nor so human?
lin the treatment of those who have transgressed as the Jew-
lish faith. The underlying principle is not punishment, but
Ian assurance of conduct that is honorable and upright in the
1 future.
Last Tuesday we were asked to call on the operator of
IHitter's Hotel in Miami. The conversation resolving itself
into compliance with Jewish law, and this being wholly
within the province of a duly qualified rabbi, we suggested
that the matter be placed in the capable hands of Rabbi David
I. Kosenhloom of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach. An
[agreement was drawn by the rabbi, which was signed by the
hotel operators, which unqualifiedly and without restric-
tion or reservation placed the hotel under the super-
vision of the rabbi and placed in the hotel with full authority
[as mashgiach, acting under the directions of the rabbi. Rev.
Nathan Wroobel, the well known shoched and that all
food purchases would be made by the mashgiach to insure
| strict and full compliance with Jewish dietary laws.
As a token of his sincerity Mr. Ritter also agreed to
| donate the sum of twenty-five dollars to the Jewish Welfare
j Mm fan to be i\sed for the purchase of food baskets for needy
families for the Passover.
The Jewish Floridian entered the battle for decency and
honesty among the Jewish hotels of this area not for mone-
tary gain, but because it feels keenly the odium attached to
the Jewish community. The Jewish Floridian believes, it
knows, that with the tariffs charged the guests of local Jew-
ish hotels there is a sufficient margin of profit remaining to
permit substantial returns to hotel operators who deal hon-
estly and live up to Jewish dietary requirements.
We feel that the action of Ritter's Hotel in agreeing to
abide bv the regulations imposed by Rabbi Rosenbloom in
the future is that conduct that the Jewish law requires. It
is in that spirit of the Jewish faith that we consider this
incident closed.
LOUIS P. ROCKER
Chairman of Young Judea. who in
taking a leading role in spread-
ing the influence of Young Ju-
dea, through the medium of
Young Judea Month, which is be-
ing observed throughout the
country. An active Zionist for
many years. Mr. Rocker is de-
voting himself particularly to
the education of Jewish youth.
Jewish News
Around the
World
World Council for German Jewry
Given First Funds to Palestine
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The sum of $1,250,000 toward the
settlement of German Jews in Pal-
estine during the next year has
been allocated by the World Coun-
cil for German Jewry in its first
official action inaugurating the
program to emigrate 100,000 Ger-
man Jews during the next four
years, it was learned by the Pal-
em Agency. The total allotted by
, the council, which is beaded by Sir
Herbert Samuel, is said to include
! an allocation of $250,000 from the
; United Palestine Appeal of Amer-
' ica, $1,250,000 given by German
Jews themselves, and $875,000 out
of the funds of the Council for
German Jewry.
Warsaw (WNS)"Ghetto can"
for Jews, patterned after the "Jim
Crow ears'* for negroes in the
Southern slates of the United
States, have been established by
the Polish railway authorities as
a means of safeguarding Jewish
passengers from periodic assaults
by anti-Semites. Instead of pro-
viding protection for Jewish pas-
sengers in the regular ears, the
Polish railroads, which are govern-
ment owned, have set aside special
cars designated for Jewish passen-
gers, thus playing into the hands
of the anti-Semites.
Jewish circles are greatly
wrought up over the fact that Rab-
bi Triestman and leaders of the
Przytyk Jewish community were
coerced into signing a statement
attributing partial responsibility
for the recent Przytyk pogrom to
Jews. The statement signed by
the Przytyk Jewish leaders admits
that the trouble began when a Jew
shot a Christian peasant. Attor-
neys for the I'rzytyk anti-Semites
are expected to make telling use of
this damaging admission during
the trial of the peasants arrested
after the pogrom.
Senator Janinu Prystor of the
Radom district, author of the orig-
inal anti-schechita measure, is be-
ing sued by a group of Jews from
the Radom districts on the ground
that she violated her pre-election
promises. Under Polish law can-
didates for office who break their
pre-election promises to their con-
stituents are subject to punish-
ment. The Jews contend that be-
fore her election Senator l'rystoi
promised to defend the special in-
terests of her Jewish constituents,
but her introduction of the anti-
schechita law constitutes a flagrant
violation of that pledge.
Think, Work
and Smile
INTERMARRIAGE
land Amends Law to Permit whose livelihood depends On the
Schechita for Jews Only meat slaughtering business.
Flood Damages Springfield Jews
Warsaw (WNS)- Bowing to the
world-wide storm of protests over
I proposed law to forbid sche-
in Poland, the government
| ded the anti-schechita bill to
mil Poland's 3,000,000 Jews to
[slaughter cattle and poultry in ac-
"I dance with Jewish dietary laws.
I amendment was announced in
parliament and quickly approved
I by the parliamentary administra-
te committee, thus assuring the
I Bge of the amended law.
Through the amendment a compro-
Imise was leached between the ad-
Ivocates of a ban on schechita and
Ithe Jews. The compromise provides
that Jews may practice ritual
Slaughtering only on such cattle
land poultry as are intended for
Jewish consumption. Other cattle
and poultry may not be slaugh-
tered according to the Jewish rit-
ual. While this compromise avoids
fhe ban on schechita, it means eco-
nomic ruin for thousands of Jews
Springfield, Mass. (WNS)
With the entire Jewish residential
district of Springfield under sev-
eral feet of water, Jewish residents
in other parts of the city have
thrown open their homes to their
less fortunate co-religionists. A
temporary Jewish emergency re-
lief committee under the leader-
ship of Rabbi Mayer L. Rosen-
berg, has been organized to pro-
vide the Orthodox Jews with kosh-
er meat. The local synagogue is
among the institutions that have
been flooded. For two days the
worshippers prayer by candlelight
but they were finally forced to
abandon the synagogue.
New York (WNS)An appeal to
all members of the Independent j
Order Brith Abraham to respond,
to President Roosevelt's plea for
generous aid to the victims of the
B. F. Paty, canddiate for gover-
nor, will address a Miami audi-
ence at S p. m. Monday in Bay-
front park. More than 100 Florida
cities and towns have heard ad-
dresses by Paty denouncing such
governmental practices as legisla-
tors holding other positions on
state payrolls during their tenure
of office, the requiring of undated
resignations from new appointees
and the "favors" practice. Paty
has told his audiences he will
"draw no punches" in fighting gov-
ernmental policies.
Every address he has made since
he launched his spirited campaign
with the first speech delivered by
any candidate in West Palm
Beach Jan. 23, has included a bit-
ter attack against the slot machine
in Florida. "I will continue my
fight against this iniquitous mon-
ster, win, lose or draw in the gov-
ernor's race." he has announced
from the beginning.
Paty pledges himself to "a de-
cent honest administration of this
state's afafirs. "However, I do
not propose to make promises to
win your favor now and your en-
mity later," he says in his ad-
dresses. "I had rather be shorter
on promises now and longer on
performances later."
By JACOB II. KAPLAN. Ph. I).
This subject is now being dis-
cussed in Dr. Kaplan's class of
young folks, which meets every
Sunday morning from 10 to 11:30
in the Temple auditorium. You
are welcome to join the discussion.
Shall we encourage intermar-
riage '.'
Shall we discourage intermar-
riage ? How'.'
What is the difference between
intermarriage and mixed mar-
riage ?
What can parents do? What can
young folks do? What shall they
do?
What have you to say about it?
Come and help the discussion.
The class is alert and willing to
listen and to learn.
Come and help them with your
thoughts.
flood has been issued by Grand
Master Max Silverstein and Grand
Secretary Max L. Hollander. Re-
ports received at I. O. B. A. head-
quarters indicate that among the
flood sufferers in Pennsylvania and
New England are members of the
Jewish fraternal order.
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page 1)
Everything in Germany hail sud-
denly lost its meaning profes-
sion, work, society. So I thought
to myself: Perhaps there may still
be a meaning to life in Palestine."
In his fine, tolerant, profound way
Herrmann adds: "It seems to me
that in Germany life for us had
no meaning, no genuine meaning,
even prior to 1938. How terrify-
ing that we Jews, whether in Ger-
many or elsewhere, have to under-
go a catastrophe before we set out
on the quest after the meaning of
ife to us."
*
The whole problem of Jewish
life, at least for certain Jewsand
they are many and their numbers
are growingis there, in thut
single observation. Even in a fa-
vorable and free non-Jewish land,
even in a land like America, to
which we are bound by many ties
of justice and of good, even here
the meaning of life is not deep
enough nor one nor integrated
enough. That is it. That is where
the shoe pinches. For life and liv-
ing do not consist in doing. Action
is both sedentary from this point of
view and second rate. The essence
of life is in being. Right action
will arise; from right and harmoni-
ous being. What are we? How
are we? That is the immeasur-
ably deep question. Iii the answer
to that question lies the meaning
of our lives. And life is hollow
without a meaning. You can silence
that question by bustling and by
fads. Business is improving. .
Practice is good. Mortimer is
doing well at college. Sure to
make Phi Beta Kappa. Better
vote for Roosevelt. But look
out of the window at the beauti-
ful land. You perceive its beauty
perhaps more keenly than Rogers,
your neighbor. But its soil is not
yours. You have no relation to
it. Your grandfather built no
road here. Mortimeryou have
a sudden pangis going with a
shikse. Admirable girl in every
waybrains, looks, character. .
The pang remains Christmas
comes. The world is vibrant
with it. The radio plays Adeste
fideles. Snow is on the ground.
. Either you let yourself slide
and betray the souls of your chil-
dren by letting them love some-
thing in their most impressionable
years which they must not love if
ever their lives are to lie integrated
and not slovenly or ignoble lives
or else, carefully you abstain and
withdraw and feel, despite your
better knowledge, that there is
something sullen and unfriendly in
that withdrawal. Big things,
little things, all are problematic,
pain-fraught, everything divides,
nothing unites. But the soul is one.
Being is one. Though you be or-
thodox and Zionist, the environ-
ment of the national life amid
which you live, is inconceivably
strong, inconceivably imperious. It
takes a high degree of knowledge
and of discipline to resist. You
must waste so much of your inner
substance on resistances, compro-
mises, problematical details. How
can you come upon meaning
meaning which should blossom like
flower from soil? You have no
soil. You are on an ever-moving,
changing, shifting element. Bil-
lows rock you; winds alter your
course,
There is among Jews as among
other peoples the moyen homme
Bensuel, the average man who lives
by his senses and noi by his rea-
son or his soul. He makes the
thousand compromises and en-
dures the thousand falsifications;
he needs neither past nor future
nor meaning. He "makes his living
here" There are those who
must live by ami through making a
living; there are those who can-
not sell goods or plead causes or
build houses except to some far-
ther end than the mere action.
That farther end must be a larger
thing than the individual; it must
have something to do with a com-
munity of men that will eternally
be his, from which no historic cat-
astrophe can ever exclude him be-
cause he was born into it, because
he exists through it and it through
him. ... Of such men and women
are made the Zionists, hungerers
for permanence and meaning, one-
ness and health.
{Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate.)


Page Pour
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 27, l936
MIAMI
NOTES
Bj HARRY SCHWARTZ
Making amends for lost time the
if directoia of the Y. M. II.
A. held a special meeting at the
Pancoast Hotel,
where they were
i e c e i v e d very
warmly. The first
motion passed un-
animously au-
thorizing: Nat
BJumberg, our
treasurer, to pay
B Schlachman, an extra $50.00
per week and also pay each mem-
ber of the board of directors 25.00
per week for toil and at the same
time compensate them for a tough
winter if such were the ease.
AI Pallot, chairman of the com-
mittee in charge of obtaining a lot
suitable for the building of a Com-
munity Center made a deposit of
S5.000 on a lot where the present
Baj Front Park is located, towards
erection of a $250,000 Center.
Many prominent architects sub-
mitted their drawing's and bids for
the building plans and the one ac-
cepted was offered by a devoted
friend of the Nazi regime.
Attorneys Milt Friedman and Al
Pallot merged on a recent case and
each received the winner's share of
825,000 each which they in turn
will distribute among the active
memebrs of the V and their rela-
tives.
Twnuld be nice to sanction some
of the above but its only April
Fool spirit that's got me. And
they hang pictures? April Fool to
Ye All.
: are having their much advertised
April Fool's Dance and Gettogeth-
er. Admission of 40 cents per
couple for a real evening of fun
is your reward so don't fail to at-
tend.
Being a restless young lady Ida
Engler has made plans tO conduct
a Who'.- Who contest naming the
most outstanding individual bey or
girl for these respective honors, l.
The Most Popular. 2. Most Pleas-
ing Personality. 3. Must Attrac-
tive, l. Best All Around Athlete.
5. B< si Dressed. 6. Best Dancer.
7. The Most Active Member.
The Laziest. 9. Most Affectionate.
10. The Most Talkative Member.
You may start casting your bal-
lots presently. Final results will
be known the night of the April
Dance.
Ruth Davis was awarded a beau-
tiful prize for making an appeal-
ance at the Women's meeting Tues-
day nii'. Vust an attendanci
prize.
than and .lessye Segall.
It's shore hard getting up
enough gumption to put in a day's
work with a touch of spring fever
and Passoch only about 2 weeks
off.
It won't be long before nomin-
ations for electi< n of officers < f
the Y. M. M. A. will be in order,
. deep into the nite.
Society
The Junior Division under tlm
sponsorship Of Miss Bea Silver was
reorganized Monday and the new
officers chosen to carry on their
work are: President, Ann I.ehr-
man; vice president, Allan Green-
field; secretary, Sarah Lehrman,
and treasurer, Nell Schaff.
About a hundred members of
lladassah joined members of "The
Group," a bodj doing cultural and
social work at Miami Beach, last
Saturday afternoon. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson, prominent author and
lecturer presided and welcomed the
guests. He told of the universal
esteem lladassah is held in and
of the work they had accomplished
in Palestine which he bad person-
ALVIN WALDER
Invites You t Visit Him
at I he
ally observed. Mrs. John Rissman,
prominent lladassah worker, de-
scribed the growth, aims, and work
of the Zionist movement in a brief
address. Dr. Wolfson then deliv-
ered tb(> main address of the after-
noon on "The Spanish Jews."
The next meeting of the Group
wiU be held at 1061 Collins ave.
tomorrow, Saturday, March 28th.
!0 o'clock, when a lecture on
." will be delivered.
is invited to attend.
*
i antor Maui ice Mamches of
Beth Jac Congregation, Miami
Beach, will direct the Sader ritual
I he House of Abrams" both
SBder Monday. April 6th,
and Tuesday, April 7th. A real tra-
ditional Sader will be conducted
with Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Abrams,
operators of the hotel, who are
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The V was filled with beauty
Tuesday when four attractive
ladies from Savannah paid a visit
with their many Miami friends.
Those visiting were Bernice Prace,
Mr. Birdie Mazi( Hetty Blumen-
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, March 27,
1936
Chaplin turns out one of the fin-
est jobs of acting In "Modern
Times," a fast moving, thrilling
and entertaining comedy.
"All the old familiar faces" turn
up in "Modern Times," Charlie
Chaplin's new comedy, at the Tiv-
oli Theatre Sunday.
The cast includes the inevitable
Henry Bergman. Stanley Sand-
The radio, the stage and the
screen were scoured in the search
for talent to make the musical ex-
travaganza, "Broadway Melody of
1936," which opens Sunday at the
Seventh Avenue Theatre.
Headed by Jack Benny, number
one hero of the air waves, the cast
of noted entertainers includes: El-
eanor Powell, the "world's' great-
est feminine tap dancer"; popular
Una Merkel, June Knight, stage
and screen favorite.
of the political crisis created by
Germany's occupation of the de-
militarized Rhineland.
Nuremberg, the center 01 Nazi
anti-Semitism and the place where
the Nuremberg anti-Jewish law-
were enacted, is planning to build
. Gurtlott bridge in memory of Gustloff is now widely regarded as
Wilhelm Gustloff, Swiss Nazi lead- a Nazi martyr second only in iB.
,,. who was shot by I'avid Frank- portance to Horst Wessel, author
farter, Jewish medical student. | of the Nazis' official song.
New Anti-Jewish Drive Expected
After Nazi Election
Berlin (WNS)A new wave of
' anti-Semitic persecution is confi-
dently expected by Jewish circles
to follow the election of March 29,
called by Hitler to vindicate his
violation of the Locarno treaty.
Jewish leaders here throughout the
country have been holding the Jews
responsible for anti-German feel-
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Friday, March 27, 1936
Jacksonville News;
Winners In the Purim carnival
hle(j Sunday afternoon in the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center were: In
ieen Bather contest, Beatrice
was selected as queen, and
a Levy, as lady in waiting.
i prize for the most original
costume went to Fay Morganatern;
beautiful, to Annette
nerman, and the funniest, to
tte Roae and Ruth Spivak.
Prizes for the best waltz at the
which followed the carnival
to Miss Lottie Royaton, Rob-
I). Iinhon, and Mr. and Mrs. I.
anstern.
The grand inarch was held by the
radera, and judges were )l(, fl.el,
Max Rubin, Mrs. Ida Feld- jnc fail
man and J. Kodin.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
STATEWIDE NEWS
Moth !"~ Day ervice to be held in
the Jacksonville Jewish ("enter the
Friday night preceding Mother's
Hay.
Orlando Notes
I Vans are now complete for the
next Temple Sisterhood social af-
fair, a dessert bridge sponsored by
tlie March committee of the organ-
ization, at the Temple Home at
11:30 o'clock on March 31, under
lint chairmanship of Mrs. M.
II. Witteti and Mrs. H. Gerbert.
S rving on the March commit-
Mra. E. P. Barwald, Mrs.
S. S. Brash, Miss Cecil Cohen, Mrs.
Min David, Mrs. I. H. Ed-
wards, Mrs. L. Fendig, Mrs. H.
Gerbert, Mrs. H. S. Hammel, Miss
Martha Isaac, rMs. S. S. Jacobs,
Mis. S. Lasarow, Mrs. H. R. Lipp-
man, rMs. Charles Marks, Mrs. F.
Max, Mrs. I. Moses, Mrs. P. N.
Coleman, Miss H. Greenberg, Mrs.
William Lowenstein, Mrs. Walter
Nathan, Mrs. William Wansker,
Mrs. William Xussbaum, Miss Fre-
da Weil, Mrs. M. H. Witten, Mrs.
Sarah Harris.
The marriage of Miss Eva
Greenstein, daughter of Mrs. Bes-
sie Greenstein and the late Julius
Greenstein, and Hyem Kramer, son
The entire community <>t' Or-
lando was shocked to learn of the
Thi' Jacksonville Junior Hadas- sudden death of Dr. Ruth Meitinl
sah will give a country fair mi Chicago. Miss Meitin was the
Sunday, March 29, in the Jackson- lilsl Golden Eaglet of the Girl
ville Jewish Center. Admission will Sc< tits in Orange County, a grad-
uate of Orlando High school, the
will be open from 'i F'orida State College for Women,
until 6 o'clock in the afternoon and the University of Chicago and the
children and parents are especially Rush Medical school of Chicago,
invited at this time. The night en- !'n(' served an interneship at Tarn-
teitainment will begin at 8:30 lia Municipal hospital,
o'clock. At the time of her death she
Miss Minnie Slott is general was taking a post-graduate course
chairman of the fail-. Committee '' radiology at the University of
chairmen include: Misses Clara Chicago and serving as instructor
Kramer, Etta Bucholtz. Bather at tne university. The body was
Blattner, Bessie Cohen, Edith Lei- st'iit lo the Carey Hand Chapel in
bovitz, Edith Wolfson, Jeanette Os- Orlando, where services were con- j
sinsky, Anne Kirchick, Edith Mos- ducted by Rev. B. Safer. The B'nai
covitz, Jeanette Michaelson, Kate B'rith ritual committee conducted
Bandrimer, Julia Mizrahi, Kate tne English service and the Girl
Sache and Edith Weiss. Scout Eaglets, under the supervi-
______ sion of Mrs. C. D. Christ, sang
A program of unusual merit was "Taps." Interment was in the
presented by the department of cemetery of Congregation Ohev
literature of the Temple Sister- Sholem.
hood Tuesday afternoon in the
Temple Home. Mrs. Paul Nathan, The regular monthly meeting of
chairman of the department pre-!Congregation Ohev Sholem will be
West Palm Beach
Notes
NOTE
The Jewish I'loridian will not
condone any action on the part
of its employees or associates
that is not honest and ethical in
every respect. It is for that rea-
son that we have terminated the
association of Mr. Samuel Schut-
z.er of West Palm Beach with
this paper.
Plans are being made for the ob-
servance of a gala Sader night at
Temple Beth Israel Monday night,
April Gth, with Rev. Joseph Male
in charge of the catering. Dr. Carl
N. Herman will officiate and con-
duct the Sader ritual.
Mrs. Halpern and Mrs. Carl N.
Herman were hostesses at a Dutch
supper Wednesday night at
Schwartzberg Hall for the benefit
of Temple Beth Israel. Cards were
played and prizes awarded during
the evening-
Daytona Beach
Notes
A special door prize for men, an-
other for women, prizes for every
table will he offered at a benefit
card party Sunday night, March
29th, at the Temple Israel, given
by the Progressive Club, all pro-
ceeda to go to a charitable cause.
Miss .Marian Rutberg i- in
Charge of ticket sales. Miss Ruth
Epstein, refreshments; Miss Eliza-
beth Grus heads the hostess com-
mittee and Miss Ethel Nelson is in
charge of the card arrangements.
Another dance by the Jlldah P.
Benjamin Lodge No. 1059, B'nai
B'rith, is planned for Tuesday
night, April 11th. The organiza-
tion met Monday night, selected
I.ou Roey, Leonard Dobrow and Ir-
ving Sacks as a committee in
charge of the dance arrangements.
The group voted to attend the Pro-
gressive Club card party this Sun-
day night, because it is for a char-
itable cause.
Rev. Joseph Schenker will dis-
cuss Passover ceremonies and cus-
toms when the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Israel meets next Tuesday
night at the Temple. Guests are
invited.
sented Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan, who
reviewed "If This be Treason," a
recent Broadway success by John
Haynes Holmes and Reginald Law-
rence.
held in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue Sunday, March 2'Jth, at
8 p. m.
Orlando Lodge No. 1043 will hold
an open meeting on March 31st in
the vestry rooms of the synagogue,
to which all ladies and friends of
The annual Spring dance spon-
sored by the Senior Hadassah
Chapter was held on the roof gar- "'embers are cordially invited. An
of Mr. and Mra. Moses Kramer, was (k.n of the Mayflower hotel last
Tuesday evening.
last Thursday evening, in the home
of the bridegroom's brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Ileyman, by Rabbi Morris I). Mar-
lon Merlin served as best
ii an for Mr. Kramer.
The bride, who was given in
age by her mother, was at-
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Perlman an-
nounce the birth of a haby girl,
Judith Hermine, March Kith, at the
; by Miss" Helen" Beller, as TamP Municipal hospital.
of honor and Mrs. Theodore
Merlin, matron of honor.
Mis. Kramer was graduated
the Florida state College for
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Puretz
returned to Baltimore after spend.
ing several weeks here ae the
ninlMl withab^c"helor"of|Kuesta "f Jheir son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mra. Meyer
Cohen.
interesting program will be pre-
s< i,ted. Mr. Louis Baum will be
guest speaker. Refreshments will
In- served.
The public is invited to attend a
card party at the Monterey Hotel
Sunday evening, March 2'Jth, at 8
o'clock, for the benefit of the At-
lanta Orphan Home of B'nai B'rith.
A group of local Jewish women
are sponsoring this event. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores,
and refreshment* will be served.
Miss Ethel Nelson was hostess
te the Progressive Club at her
home Wednesday night, when plans
I were completed for a card party.
Next meeting of the club is this
Wednesday night at the home of
Miss Marian Levey.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Goldman
have as their house guest Mrs. Wil-
liam Goldman of Chicago. She
spent some time in Miami, will be
in Daytona Beach several weeks,
then to be joined by her husband.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congre-
gation Ohev Sholem conducted a
rummage sale last week. It was
very successful and quite a nice
sum of money was realized.
degree. After a year's
ite tudy in social work at
ngton University in St. Louis
actively engaged in social
lor three years and was a
r of the social service staff ":" Pdnt ""' week-end with
Slate Board of Social Wel-
Alrs. Isabella Rosenbaum, assist-
ed by her daughters, Misses Han-
nah and Caroline, entertained at a
dinner party Monday, March 28rd,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. M. Gumbin-
sky Of New York, who celebrated
their fiftieth wedding anniversary
on that date. The hostess pre-
Mrs. Rose Miller and two sons sented high scores with prizes and
returned to Youngstown, Ohio. serVed delightful refreshments.
Mrs. J. A. Lawrence of New
York and Paris has departed after
B six weeks' stay at the Everglades
Inn. Mrs. Lawrence was met in
New York by her son, Ludwig
Lawrence, of the M. G. M. studios,
who arrived there recently on the
ship La France. After a short
stay in New York they will return
to Paris for the summer. Mrs.
Lawrence is a sister of Mrs. Mary
Schrebnick of this city. Also at
the inn for live weeks were Mrs.
Schrebnick'.- brother and will M .
and Mrs. Joseph Hcr/.ciiborg of
Franklin, N. J. They plan in re-
turn and purchase a home.
Mrs. I. Cohn and her sons, Ber-
tram, David and Alan, of New
Y'ork City arrived this week to
visit Mrs. Conn's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Stein.
Joe Pinkoson, young attorney in
St. Augustine, visited friends here
over the week-end.
Leo Gordon of Detroit, with his
parents, is vacationing in Daytona
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ginsberg
have as their guests Mrs. Gins-
berg's parents of New York -
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gardner.
rior to her marriage.
Mr. Kramer made his home in
. "iiville until four years ago
he moved to Madison. He
minent in business and civic
- in that city.
nds of Rabbi Morris D. Mar-
1 of the Jacksonville Jewish
r regret to learn of the death
mother, Mrs. Sarah Margolis,
I a to Detroit, Mich., last week. Fu-
ncral services and interment were
Miss Gertrude Katz of Provi-
dence, I;. 1-, returned home after
.Mr. David Goldman returned to N1M Orlando as the guc
St. Petersburg, after .-pending a her Sistei and brother-in-law, Mr.
few week- lure as the truest of hi- an(J .\Irs. William Berkowitz.
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. ami ______________________
Mrs. Jacob Wittner.
______ he general meeting of the Y. M.
Mr. ami Mis. S. Mellinger re H. A. on Monday, March 23rd. Mr.
turned to Brooklyn, N. Y. While Samuel l.eff of the National Jew-
in Tampa they were the guests of : ish Welfare Board of New York
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer H. Kisler.
held in Detroit.
An evening of dining and danc-
ing was spent by the Merry Fel-
lows Club and their dates at the
Tampa Terrace Lounge recently.
Complete plans are now being
made for the club's April Fool
dance at the Tampa Yacht and
Country Club Wednesday, April 1,
land the first affair will be" held with music by Manuel Sanchez.
plan), ,!U in the home of Mrs. H. I Committee in charge of art-ange-
ls'iss, representative of the Senior i ments consists of Oscar Verkauf,
liters of Israel. After a brief Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, Fred Pollcr
-"'ii, a social hour will be held, and William Wolfson.
I I- and other games will be en- J ---------
Pyl. Bach member has invited TAMPA V. M. H. A.
Wend to be her guest that night. A membership campaign, to be-
Rabbi and Mrs. M. D. Margolis
[Were hosts recently in their home |
Springfield to the Junior Daugh-
ters of Israel.
A membership drive is being held
I'll
addressed the meeting and urged
the inauguration of the drive and
the planning of more varied activ-
ities. Dr. J. Leon Schwartz pre-
sided at the meeting and Ernest
Maas, chairman of the board of di-
rectors, accepted the chairmanship
of the membership campaign. The
goal set is two hundred additional
members.
The regular Sunday night dances
at popular prices have aroused con-
siderable interest, especially among
the younger set, and give promise
of becoming a permanent social ac-
tivity.
On Wednesday evening there will
be the regular meeting of the Boy
Scouts; also women's night in the
interest to his many friends
here is the announcement thai Jo-
seph Schrebnick, son of Mrs. Mary
Schrebnick, pioneer Jewish commu-
nal worker of this city, for many
y.ars connected with the Palm
Beach Post, and now the Post-
Timea, left Sunday for Los An-
geles, Cal., to take a position with
M. G. M., one of the largest mov-
ing picture companies in the coun-
try. He will be accompanied by
his sister, Fay, who is also to be
with the studios.
Both will be connected with the
clerical departments of M. G. M. at
the Culver City studios near Los
Angeles. The Schrebnick family
are long-time residents and active
in the welfare and communal life
of the city, and both the brother
and sister are graduates of Palm
Beach High School. Joseph later
attended the school of journalism
at New York University.
Mr. and Mrs. M. .1. Budethal
have as their guest their niece,
Miss Josephine Glassman of New
York City.
The Beth El Sisterhood held a
benefit card party Monday night
at the home of Mrs. Irving Moss.
There was a prize for high score
at each table, and refreshments
were served.
WORTH WHH.K
The Jewish I'loridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Sir:
You may search north, east,
south and west, but nowhere will
you find a community of Jewish
people who better live up to the
old saying one Jew helps another
than that in West Palm Beach, Fla.
I came to West Palm Beach a
stranger. I was taken seriously
ill with a hemorrhage. Being a Jew,
I asked for Jewish people to assist
me, and assist me they did. They
had me placed in a hospital and
properly cared for.
I was a long way from home
and broke. But it didn't matter.
My transportation was arranged
and I was sent home. May God
continue to place His blessings on
the Jewish people of West Palm
Beach.
Sincerely,
ROBERT JORDAN".
571 Third Ave., New York City.



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Till: JEWISH PL0B1DIAN
Friday, March 27, 1935
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
Society
RELIGIOUS SERVICES |
o---------------------------------------------
Friday evening services, Temple
Israel, Miami's Reform Jewish
Congregation, 187 N. E. 19th St., at
8:15 o'clock.
Judge Harry M. Fisher of the
Circuit Court of Cook County of
Chicago, 111., an outstanding Amer-
ican Jewish leader, will be guest
speaker at the services on Friday
evening, March 2"th.
The committee will then make
a full report of the progress in
the United Jewish Campaign of
Greater Miami, which has been con-
ducted for the United Palestine
Appeal and the American Jewish.
Joint Distribution Committee.
A booklet will be published con-
taining the names of all donors to
the Campaign. It is still time for
your name to be included by for-
warding your contribution prompt-
ly to Campaign Headquarters, 407
Congress Building.
Please attend our services.
Passover begins Monday evening,
April 6th.
SISTERHOOD
Mrs. Harry Rubin, 1786 S. W.
9th st. is sponsoring an afternoon
of Drama at her home, also a Tea,
on Friday, March 27th, at 2 o'clock,
for the Sisterhood of Temple Israel
and the Hebrew Union College
Dormitory Fund. An unusual and
delightful afternoon is in store
for all who wish to attend. Ad-
mission is 50 cents.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Opening prayer was given by
1 Morton Kane, services read by Mil-
: licent Roth and the closing prayer
1 by Frank Davis. Highest collec-
tion and best attendance in In-
! termediate department, class 3.
The birthdays celebrated were
Lois Reisner, Henry Bronner, Jo-
seph Mirsky, Theodore Hyman,
Phyllis Rosenthal, Paul Liebovit,
and Alvin Glucksman.
The School sent $5.00 to the
Blind of Palestine. Essie Sobel,
one of the pupils in intermediate
department, class 4, gave a little


"**
ENJOY A REAL TRADITIONAL SADER
at
"THE HOUSE OF ABRAMS"
.'{02 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
Will Conduct the Ritual
Reservations Accepted for the Sader or for the Entire
Passover Week
Rhone 5-1072
The Family Jacobs, operating
the beautiful Alamac Hotel, will
again welcome the public to its
traditional Sader services this year
on Monday evening, April 6th, and
Tuesday evening, April 7th. when
the complete Sader ritual will be
followed. The splendid cuisine for
which the hotel is lamed will again
i- served and everything will be
done to make the RliestS welcome
in true holiday spirit. Reserva-
tions may also lie made for the en-
tire Passover week.
* n *
Mrs. Esther Wilen, who was the
house guest of her brother and sis-
ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hose, left for her home in Balti-
more after spending several weeks
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose ob-
served their twenty-fifth wedding
anniversary this week. They have
been Miami residents for the past
twelve years and active in musical
and welfare circles.
* *
Members of Junior rladassah
met Monday night at the Alcazar
Hotel. Final details concerning
the annual Donor's dinner were re-
viewed, and it was announced that
Purim entertainment in her home,
with the help of several other chil-
dren, and collected 18.00, which she
contributed to the charity fund of
Temple Israel. This amount was
sent to the local Red Cross emer-
gency fund.
this event will take place Sunday,
fcpril 5th, at the Town Casino Club,
Miami Beach. Miss Anita S.lver-
man, chairman, is in charge ol
reservations.
Mrs. Murry Grossman, program
ehajrman, Introduced Miss Ida Sa-
fer who spoke regarding a project
, 1 x F Miss Belle Tannen-
baum talked on "The Health and
Sanitary Conditions in Palestine.
Miss Pauline Lasky presented a
piano number. Current events were
discussed by Miss Sally Singer and
Mi-. Elea..... Rubin. Attendance
prize wa.- awarded to Miss Edith
Manias.
*
Joseph Baskin, national general
secretary the Workmen's Circle,
will arrive in Miami next week for
the purpose of delivering an ad-
dress on the work of the organiza-
tion on Sunday evening, April 5th.
at 8:30 o'clock. The meeting will
be held at Beth David Auditorium
and no charge of any kind will be
made. Mr. Baskin is a well known
Yiddish orator and a leader in fra-
ternal and labor circles of this
country and for years has been
active in general movements for
relief and amelioration of labor
conditions throughout the world.
and family prior to their return
home, by Congregation B'nai Israd
at 1030 Arlington ave., Sunday eve
ning, March 29th, at r> o'clock,
Reservations can be made through
Mr. Hyman Jacobs, president,
GENERAL

A S U S IT A L
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1107 W. FLAGLER STREET
Will supply your every Passover want!
Manischewitz. Horowilz-Manjareten. London
and Streit's Matzos. Matzo Meal and Noodles.
Coffee. Tea. Sujjar. Prunes. Nuts of all kinds.
Spices. Vinegar, etc.
KOSHER PASSOVER WINE
In Dr. Kaplan's class on Sunday
morning, the subject for discus-
sion at the present time, is Inter-
marriage. Those who are inter-
ested are welcome to attend this
class.
Dr. Kaplan addressed the V. \V.
C. A. meteing at a banquet Tues-
day evening on the subject "The
Will to Peace." This subject was
tin' topic for discussion throughout
the country at tin- Y. \V. C. A.
meetings.
On Wednesday, April 1st, at *
o'clock, in the Rabbi's study, there
will Ik.' a special meeting of the
School Board, for the purpose of
beginning a study on Religious
School problems as they present
themselves in tin- Reform Jewish
Temples. Any of the mothers,
fathers or friends interacted in
Jewish education are welcome to
attend this meeting.
YOl AUK SURE OF
The I-'inest in Kosher .Meals
and Poultry When You
Buy at
Miami Beach
Kosher Market
329 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone :.-202fi
ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible Roofers Since 1919
Inspections and Estimates Free.
222 N. W. 2fith St. Phone 2-3705
Make Your Reservations for
PASSOVER SEDARIM
April 6th and 7th
Or for the Entire
PASSOVER WEEK
at
BUSCH'S VII.I.A
1.5th St. and Collins Ave.
MIAMI BE \( ll
REASONABLE PRICES
REV. S. Gl'TTMAN
In Charge of Poultry
JOE" REIS.MAN
In Charge of Meats
GREYHOUND LINES
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION >U IT 1 01 a
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM III. O-loIZ
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
Washington Ave. & Fifth St.
St. Petersburg
Notes
A farewell banquet will be ten-
dered to Mr. .1. Adler (B. Kovner)
Jerusalem (WNS)The Torah
Scroll used during religious serv.
ices held for members of the ,jew_
ish Legion during the World war
has been brought to Palestine and
presented to the National Libra!}
at the Hebrew University. The
Torah was brought here by Rev.
erend Falk of South America who
had been one of the chaplains of
the Jewish Legion.
Make Your Reservations
Now!
PASSOVER SEDARIM
Beginning April 6th
And the Entire Week of
Passover, at
KRAEMERS
Strictly Kosher
Restaurant
361 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach
VERY REASONABLE PRICES
r
1
CELEBRATE PASSOVER IN
REAL STYLE!
What finer dish for the Sader or at any table than
REAL FRESH WATER FISH the kind you
have always delighted to serve.
YELLOW PIKE HECHT (Pickerel)
PERCH CARP
BUFFALO TROUT
WHITEFISH. etc.
FRESH DAILY
Dispensed From Miami's Most Modern and Sanitary
Fish Market by Experts
QUALITY
SERVICE
ECONOMY
ALL FLORIDA FISHERIES, Inc.
26 N. W. RIVER DRIVE
Phone 3-1827
FREE DELIVERIES IN GREATER MIAMI
No Order Too Large None Too Small
DAILYFRESH FISHFROM THE SEATO YOUR lls
Greyhound Racing
%
at it's best
1). RACES NIGHTLY
r
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I'OST TIME
I 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546
The Best In Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
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ADMISSION
I lnclu No Mmo>
Mannie Gates' Orchestra
WEST FLAGLEK
KENNEL CLUE
WEST FLAGLER at 37th AVE.
Miami; Dmenloun Greyhound" Track


Uiday. March 27. Uttfi
Society

,),. of the outstanding events
i the season was the marriage
,., Sunday night at the Mayflow.
,. note], Miami Beach, of Miss
-etM stone, daughter of Mrs.
arah Stone, "I"' time resident and
eminent communal worker of Mi-
Raymond Kutner, son
i aul Kutner of
Rabbi J iliua Washer of
i, '. Orthodox Con-
iate I beneath the
Ice ; ai d decorated tra-
, h the ballroom of
I, The bride was given
... by her mother and
i Elry. Mrs. Louis
atron of honor, with
Betty Blumenthal of
avannah and Kuth Davis of Mi-
mi a9 ridesmaids. Adele Stone,
Koven and Sharon Ahrams
bridesmaids and Di-
was flower girl. Jack
bne, a brother of the bride, was
,-t man and Benjamin Stone was
nan. Prof. Leo Portnoff
Neddinjr march and Mrs.
- () Promise Me." Pol-
c iremony, dinner was
mi for tin' members of the im- i
Family and close friends
ml then a reception followed.
Allowing the reception the couple
It for a honeymoon trip to Cali-
mia. They will make their home
Miami on their return. Among
e out- f-town guests attending
ic Mi and Mrs. Paul Kutner, j
id Ml A. A. Abrams of Chicago, I
i. and Mrs. Harry Blumenthal,
:. and Mrs. Sam Blumenthal,
is- Judith Blumenthal, Miss Bet-
Hhinniiili.il. Ellis Blumenthal,
i-. Alexander Ma/.o, Mrs. Louis
hen and Miss Bess Levington, all
Savannah; Mrs. L. Katz and
rs. S. Krohn "f Lorraine, Ohio.
* *
| The Land-O-Sun Dairy at Miami
each, of which Mr. E. C. Fogg,
\-. pioneer dairy man of this area,
president, will provide all its
customers with strictly
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
kosher Passover dairy products.
Phase products will be produced
under the supervision of Rabbi
David, I. Roitenbloom of Miami
Bea.h and each bottle and pack-
age will hear a label carrying the
signature of the Rabbi. These
products may be obtained at the
grocery or delicatessen stores at
Miami Beach or may be obtained
through the regular route drivers
serving the individual custon

Mr. and Mrs. Charles I
reeciving congratulations on the
birth of a baby boy at the Univer-
sitj Hospital last w iek, Rabbi B.
D. Mindel officiated at the Bria
.Milan last Sunday in the presence
of friends and the family. Mother
and baby are doing nicely.

The Junior Division of the V. M.
II. A. recently reorganized with the
following new officers being chosen
to head the organization: Ann
Lehrman, president; Allan Grei
field, vice president; Sarah Lehr-
man. recording secretary; Evelyn
Marks, corresponding secretary,
and Nellie Shaft, treasurer. The
public is invited to attend the next
meeting of the organization on
Monday, March :S0th, at the club-
rooms of the organization, l">7ii S.
W. Fifth st.
* *
Acceding to the demands of
many of its patrons the Plaza
Theater at Miami Beach will bring
back to the screen the famous "The
Land of Promise" showing scenes
and life in Palestine which played
Page Nine
While Oak Leather
HALF SOLES ..........50e
LADIES' HEELS......15c
Atlantic Shoe Shop
240 N. E. First Arenue
Opp. Cortes Hotel
For
QUALITY and KASHRUS
Buy at
MALTER'S
Kosher Meat and
Poultry Market
18 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach
Phone 5-37.')!
FRF:E DELIVERY

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FOR PASSOVER. WHEN YOU WANT
THE BEST, GET
Horowitz-Margareten Matzohs
"The Matzoh with the Xante"
and other Horowitz-Margareten Passover Products:
Egg Noodles, Egg Barley, Erk Flakes. Egg Matzohs.
Whole Wheat Matzohs. Hygienic Matzohs, Matzoh
Meal, Matzoh Farfel, Cake Meal. Baby Food, Po-
tato Starch, Coffee, Tea and Spicew.
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
At all groceries
Florida Representative:
FLORIDA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN
to packed houses the early part
of this month. The picture will
be shown on Thursday, Friday and
lay, April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.
i he golden voice of David Ross,
noted radio announcer, tells the
story of Palestine of old and the
transformation wrought in the
Promised Land through the efforts
of Chalutzim. The picture show-
Palestine life brings to the
BCret ii ancient and modern Oriental
dances, a complete performance of
Hayden'g Oratorio in the natural
and awe-inspiring Betting of .Alt.
Scopus, the site of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, life in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem,
of holy places thai have
< een venerated by .lews and non-
Jews alike for centuries. Noted
critics of the screen have termed
"magnificent portraiture the
piece of non-fiction the
screen has offered in many
months ."
1 he usual admission charges will
be made ami as an additional fea-
ture "Don't Get Personal," star-
ring Sally Filers and James Dunn
will be shown.
An exhibition of Palestinian arts
and crafts is held daily at the lobby
of the Beth Jacob Congregation
Miami Beach where Bezalel School
of Art products may be seen.
* *
Mrs. Sadye (i. Rose, executive
secretary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau, and Mr. and .Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis of Miami, attended the re-
cent conference era Federation of Welfare Work-
ers at Montgomery. Ala. At this
conference James J. McDonald,
VISIT THE
RIVERSIDE HOTEL
The Original Mineral Bath Honsi
Under S ime R ...r
Ml". CLEMENS, MICH.
Mndursky Mnnaycmcnt
i.ii;iianr,Ts Strict kiixhru*
Now Operating ih> Biecayne-CoUIni
Hotel. Miami lirarh
former League of Nations Commis-
sioner for Refugees was the main
speaker. Other notables led round
table discussions on problems af-
fecting the comnyunities of the
Southeastern section.
For an Enjoyable Passover
Make Your Reservations With
Biscayne-Collins
Hotel
Bfscayns St. at Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Madorsky Management
For the Sedorim, April lilh
and April 7th, or for the
Entire Pas-over Week.
A Prominent Rabbi Will
Conduct the Services
FOR MORE ENJOYMENT AND LESS WORK DURING PASSOVER, USE
KOSHER
ROKEACH PRODUCTS
PURE
These Products Are Kosher for Passover
ROKEACH KOSHER
SCOURING POWDER
ROKEACH KOSHER
SOAPIn Cartons
ROKEACH KOSHER
ALUMINUM CLEANSER
ROKEACH KOSHER
SILVER POLISH
ROKEACH KOSHER
POLISH POWDER
ROKOH
For Porcelain. Enamel.
Tile. Etc.
At All Groceries
I. ROKEACH & SONS, Inc. Brooklyn, N. Y.
OPEN FOR THE SPRING SEASON
WE INVITE THE NATION'S TURF PATRONS TO
Homelike
Inviting
the Turfmen's Rendezvous
Modern
MIAMI'S FRIENDLY RACE COURSE'
Post Time 2 P. M.
Grandstand
Clubhouse .
Pletsait
$1.00
$2.50


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THE JEWISH F1.QRIDIAN
Friday, March 27, 193,
Society
The Books-in-Brief club met
Monday night at the home of Mrs.
M. Kotkin when Mrs. I. L. Reisman
reviewed "Silas B. Crockett" by
Mary Ellen Chase. Mrs. Jack Sa-
met spoke on the life of Roths-
child and Mrs. Louis Heiman led
the discussion on current events.
A social hour followed.

Reservations for both Sader
nights or for the entire week of
Passover are being accepted by
Busch'a Villa at Miami Beach. The
Sader ritual will be directed by a
prominent Miamian and will be tra-
ditionally observed. The usual ex-
cellent holiday cuisine will be
served the guests.

Young Jewish boys and girls be-
tween the ages of 10 and 15 are
invited to join the Junior Macca-
bees, an organization devoted to
Jewish culture which meets at the
Y. M. H. A. clubrooms, S. W. 15th
ave. and 5th st., every Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.

Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth Da-
vid Congregation will again con-
duct the Sader service and tradi-
tional ritual at Fagan's Palatial
Kosher Restaurant both nights of
the Sader on April 6th and 7th.
The usual Passover and home like
atmosphere for which the Pala-
tial Kosher Restaurant is famous
will again prevail. Reservations
may be made for the Sader nights
or for the entire Passover week
by phoning Mr. Fagan.
By unanimous vote the Y'oung
Hebrew Social Club, which recent-
ly sponsored a benefit theater par-
ty, set aside a portion of the pro-
ceeds to provide a basket of Pass-
over food for a deserving family.
The organization meets every
Tuesday evening at the homes of
\arious of its members.
*
Tropical Park is running true to
the expectations of its officers and
is catering to thousands of turf
fans every day., providing them
with thrilling sport and the finest
in thla sport of kings. Everything
is being pointed to lead to the cli-
max of the season's racing at this
splendid plant on Saturday, April
4th, wiien the $5,(100 Derby Conso-
lation, the major stake of the en-
tire >'i day meeting will be run.
Nominations for this race include
some of the leading contenders in
recent, turf ^history and .include
Cornelius Yanderbilt Whitney's
Bright Plumage which finished
third in the recent Florida Derby.
This horse is the Eastern Sports-
man's chief hope in the Kentucky
Derby contest. The mutuel play is
the largest in the history of this
popular course and shows the ap-
preciation and interest of the fans.
* *
Mr. Louis Jacobskind, proprietor
of the Seaboard Sanitary Dairy,
announces that he will provide
strictly kosher Passover dairy-
products for all his customers un-
der the personal supervision of
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of Mi-
ami Beach. A Mashgiach named
by the Rabbi will reside at the
dairy during the entire Passover
period. All customers and those
desiring these kosher Passover
products are urged to make their
reservations with Mr. Jacobskind
as soon as possible.

Final plans are being formulated
by Junior Hadassah' for the An-
nual Donor's Dinner which will be
neld at the Town Casino club.
Sunday evening, April 5th.
Miss Anita Silvermen is chair-
man of the event and is assisted
by Misses Rose Uoodmark, Vivi-
enne Jacobs, Belle Tannen, Yetta
IV:mr, and Ida Safer. For reser-
vations call 6-2535.
The first dairy in the Greater
Miami area to provide Passover
,lai,v products for its customers
the Miami Home Milk Producers
iation will again this year be
under the supervision ot Rabbi
l,.,vi,l 1. Rosenbloom and Rabbi
JuHua Washer for the production
,. dairy products strictly kosher
, passover. One of the dairies
,- th(. company has been set aside
exclusively for this purpose and a
Mashgiach named by the Rabbis
Wil] ,, -nle -here daring the entire
Passover period. F.ach bottle and
package will bear the signatures of
)!. Rabbis to insure that every-
thing has been duly carried out
according to ritual requirement]
Customers arc urged In hot*
their route drivers of their
quirements.
MANISCHEWITZ
Brand
KOSHER WINES
PORT SHERRY MALAGA TOKAY CRAPE MUSCATEL
BEVERAGE AM) SUPPLY CO.
261 N. W. Twenty-Second St.
WHOLESALE ONLY
Phone 2-11238
A most cordial invitation
to inspect the
LINCOLN V-12
and the new
LINCOLN
ZEPHYR
V-12
We will "TOP" any legitimate trade-in
allowance on your present car.
S. A. RYAN'S
DADE MOTOR SALES
400 S. W. Second Avenue
BRANCH801 LINCOLN ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
Return Engagement of
THE PRIZE-WINNING MOTION PICTURE OF
PALESTINE
The Thrillin,.!, True Story of a People Who Came Back
After 2.000 Years!
"THE LAND OF PROMISE"
With a Cast of Thousands
Kxtra Attraction
"DON'T GET PERSONAL"
With Sally Eilers and James Dunn
THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
April 2nd, 3rd and 4th
PLAZA THEATRE
Miami Reach. South
AHERN FUNERAL HOME
FRANCIS AHERN, pres
1349 West Flagler Street |
Telephone 2-2211
AMBULANCE SERVICE
As Usual the
Rosedale
Delicatessen
170 N. W. FIFTH ST.
WILL SUPPLY YOl K EVERlj
PASSOVER WANT!
A complete line of Manischt-
witSf (Joodman. London. Horo-
witz-Margarelen and Streit |
Matzos.
Mal/u Mea". Noodles, ("offew, I
Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nut- |
of all kinds.
Spices, Vinegar and Ny Fit |
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE
PRODUCERS ASS'H
PASSOVER
Make Passover Meals
Taste Better

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USE
MIAMI HOME MILK
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Just ;is you enjoy our Dairj Products throughout the year, you will
a'oreciate its hiirh quality during the Passover, when these delicious and
wholesome necessities wi'l be made available to the Jews of Dade and
Broward counties.
It is entirely in the spirit (if service rather than with the idea of
profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy Products is offered
to you. This service is in appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by
us throughout the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish dietarv laws is strictlv observed,
with a mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
A'l re'igious requirements are under the supervision of:
aV\,\ V.V.'.'VJ*0*'^151 ()0M- *" Jacob Cong., Miami Beach
RABHI Jl LH S WASHER, Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
DO NOT DELAY
ORDER NOW
Call, Write or Phone
Miami Home Milk Producers
Association
768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696