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The Jewish Floridian ( April 3, 1936 )

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IJassotm: ^Ebttton wJemsti Floridiarn w g0MMMW TTIhe Jewish annuity /# Vol. 9—No. M MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL S, 1986 Price Five Ceats The World's Window •PASSOVERTIME" By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by he Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or n part strictly forbidden. Any nfringement on this copyright I be prosecuted. In the Talmudic tractate of Pechim (Fol. 81)) the following iragraph is to be read. "In Jerulem there are no fruits as exllent as those on the shore of h in order that the Pilima might not say: had we come ly tii eat the excellent fruits, it krald have sufficed us. For had en so the pilgrimage would it have been undertaken for its m sake. Similarly in Jerusalem ere arc no hot springs like those Tiberias in order that the pilims might not say: had we come ly to bathe in the hot springs, it >uld have sufficed us. For had is been BO the pilgrimage would t have been undertaken for its •n sake." Germans used to say espely during the war that it was the essence of their national er to do a thing for its own They were bitter even then Bins! the Jewish people for what 5 called the Jewish avidity for that is, for utilitarian puress, for an arid practical. Like all Anti-Semitic accusan8 this one is as topsy-turvy as 9 in "Alice in Wonderland." Of aily every Anti-Semitic accusali tin contrary is true. We are used of avarice and are prodi: we arc accused of hanging tor and are disgusting and diswi anglers and brawlers; are accused of hard practicality are BO moon-struck with inidual theorizing and cliquish rty tenacities that we cannot ike political compromises even en it is necessary to save our i lives, as witness the secession the Revisionists and the antiI stine innuendos within Ameri. i factions. But this ideological factionalism, >ugh it is three-fourths stiff' Ekedness and the self-assertive18 of wounded natures, is onenth an empirical distortion of divinely high principle enunted in the above Gemara of Pe:him. The pilgrimage must be dertaken for its own sake. The mnand is unconditioned. The act ist be utterly pure. Purpose i-t be by-product; utility must by-product even as in art or any other high human activity :cess and effectiveness must be j •roducts and perfection must be i only aim. ns paradox of the moral life, ich is the very core and center | all life has, of course, been j inciated by the high spirits of | •ry civilization. It has been .inciated by no one oftener and re impressively than by our s and sages. Over and over n we hear concerning the abi command and the utter (Continued on Page 3) | i 'I I tits ute Jewish News Around the World Change of Front? That the German Society of Miami, with an honorable, enviable reputation, should ever become tainted with Nazi-ism seemed to be impossible. It therefore comes as a shock to lawabiding citizens of this community that at the last meeting of the German Society on March 2(th, for the first time in its history, the "swastika" was displayed. It is of additional interest that there were sufficient non-Jewish members of the organization (the German Society has a number of Jewish members) curtailed their remarks as a protest to the action of the officers and that the organization was sufficiently decent to prevent the singing of the infamous "Horst Weasel" hymn. We believe there is no room in this community or in the entire State of Florida for any organization which will so lower itself as to display the emblem of hate, discord and un-Americanism. We in Florida have always lived as American citizens, have worked with each other as civic minded men and women, regardless of creed or belief, and we propose to so conduct and behave ourselves in the future. We feel there are sufficient decent, selfrespecting German citizens in this community who desire to do the same thing and who will vehemently by their action put an end to display of emblems of hate which cannot help but stir up strife in a community of lawabiding and behaving citizens. This exhibition on the part of the German Society is not alone surprising, but is rather astounding. We await the results with confidence. But while thus awaiting the result with confidence we feel that our local Jewish organizationa could, with profit to themselves and others of the general community, begin a campaign ol education. We suggest that the exhibition of un-American activities which is now being held Passover Leave Granted Jews Philadelphia (WNS) — Passover furloughs for soldiers, sailors and marines of the Jewish faith have been granted by the War ami Navy Departments beginning at noon on April 6th and ending midnight Wednesday, April 8th, it was announced here by Dr. Cyrus Adler, chairman of the Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. Similar furloughs have been granted to Jews in the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Coast Guard and the hospitals for disabled veterans. The Jewish Welfare Board has arranged for the distribution of matzoths, Haggadalis and seder services at all army posts, naval stations and at outlying points in China, Manila, Panama and Hawaii. in New York, and which will shortly be en tour, could be I"i.in;hi to Miami and shown here with splendid results. LUDWIG LEWISOHN PICKS 10 GREATEST LIVING JEWS Windsor, Ont. (WNS)—The ten greatest living Jews, the first four of whom rank as geniuses of the first order, have been named by Dr. I.udwig Lewisohn, distinguished author and leader of Jewish thought in America, as the following: Albert Einstein, physicist; Sigmund Freud, psychologist; Henri Bergson, philosopher; Martin Buber, religious philosopher; Chaim Weizmann, chemist and Zionist leader; Bernard Zondok, gynecologist; Shalom Asch, Yiddish author; Stephen S. Wise, reigious leader; Louis I). Brandeis, Justice of the United States Supreme Court; and Arnold Schoenberg, composer. JEWISH JUDGE FINDS "EVIL EYE" NO INGREDIENT OF KNISCHES New York (WNS)—Magistrate Adolph Stern is a good Jew and at such he probably enjoys a platter of knisches. lie probably also knows that magic and the evil eye have never been known to be ingredients Of this famous Jewish dish. Hence he was rightfully indignanl when .Mis. Genevieve Benedict came into Harlem Court complaining that Mrs. Mary Kalinsky i ail damaged her (Mrs. Benedict's) knische business by exercising an evil eye over it. After listening to counsel for the rival knische dealers argue, Magistrate Stern dismissed the case. At this writing there was no confirmation of the report that his judgment was influenced by a desire to sample Some Of the knisches. GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE AFTER CONVICTION FOR REMOVING GERMAN LABELS New York (WNS)—Found guilty uf violating the Federal law which prohibits the removal of markings of origin on foreign goods, W. Sidney Bergman, owner of the Cinderella Toy Shop, 846 Flatbush avenue, Brooklyn, escaped with a suspended sentence. Federal Judge Grover M. Moskowitz sharply reproved Bergman and released on probation for six months. Bergman had been found guilty of removing the "made in tiermany" labels from 157 cartons of Christmas tree ornaments. WILLIAM ROSENWALD'S WIFE TO SUE FOR DIVORCE Reno, Nev. (WNS) — William Rosenwald, youngest son of the late Julius Rosenwlad, will probably be sued for divorce by his Wife, the former Rente Scharf of Vienna, it was learned here when Mrs. Rosenwald established a Reno residence ami retained counsel. The Rosenwalds were married on February 12, 1928. Mr. Rosenwald is co-chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee's national campaign.



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rage Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April :(, IC J;K Because of the Passover holidays the April meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood, which was to have been held next Monday, will be held this afternoon, Friday, April 3rd, at 2:.'iu o'clock, when the nominating committee, headed by Mrs. J. A. Richtcr as chairman, will present its report. Election of officers for the coming term will follow. All members are urged to attend. An interesting program will be presented under the direction of Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, program chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fcldman are receiving congratulations on ike birth of a baby daughter at the Victoria Hospital last Saturday babj will be named at a ceremony tomorrow morning at lewish Orthodox ConMother and baby arc doing nicely. Mrs. Feldman is the daughtei of Dr. and Mrs. Charies Tannenbaum of this city. The Group will continue its Saturday afternoon meeting all through the month of April. This lj at 2:30 p. m. Charles 11. (,. well known lecturer, will in 1 he World We Live In." nday and Tuesday evenings The 1 up will observe Seder services '115 <' 'llins avenue. Dr. AbraWolfson, chairman of The Group, will conduct the traditional %  i:i Hebrew and English. Mr. and M s. Bernard Spoon; mncc the marriage of their daughter, Sclma Ruth, to Dr. Michael Winokur of Philadelphia, Pa. Mis i Spoont is a graduate of the University of Miami, and was in! i\ u in local -li wish circles. Dr. Winokur is a graduate of Temple crsity Dental College. # i; ausc of the closeness of the day the card party scheduled night was postponed and will be held next Wednesday evec ,vi..ck. under the direction of Rabning, April 8th, at the home of Mrs. (li M:|X ghapiro, who will be asNathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. First gigted bv ,|„. Talmud Toral %  -t. Hostesses for the .veiling will Sunday Bchool Btaff. Mr. and Mrs. be Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Jack [ gnatz w„i,i w jll be hosts and proI SOCIETY P Hotel Evans, at Tenth and Collins, Miami Beach, under the same management as the Notel Evans at Loch Sheldrake, N. Y. f will af. ford Miamians an opportunity to observe the holiday of Passover in traditional lpi|-it. A prominent •e urged to atj cantor will conduct the beautiful Sader ritual Monday night, April Gth, and Tuesday night, April 7th and the famous cuisine of the Hothe last time local Jew, te | w jn a( j,i to the holiday spirit. .., 11 the opportunity of Arrangements may also be made seeing the world famous "Land of c ites and refreshments will be served. Host for I i ening are Met It J, Engler, S il Greif an I H vis. The public is urged lo attend. Bi h David Tali IUO T iro anl Sunday school will hold its annual children".Sader at the Talmud Torah Hall on Sunday morning of Choi Hamoed, April 12th, at I" and Mrs. .1. L. Shochet. Prizes will be awarded for high and refreshments will be The public is urged to atThe Workmen's Circli a gala meeting at the Beth David 'lain.ml Tore evening, April 5th, beginning at 8:30 o'clock, to welcome the wi li known social .. |i !. Joseph Baskin, who inaI ii nal general sect etarj of the Workmen's t lit cle of America. Mr. n is a well known v orator and will bring a n importance to the Jew of i a. Xo charge c: any kind will turu i s the first authentic portrayal transition of a land that was that is teeming with industry and the .-pun ol i ,-awakenim %  ->' PeP le The golden voici of David Ross tells the storj of Palestine of old •rotation. i i Palestine, halutzim, and one scene showing the famous H n : ii the famous Hebrew University at Mt. Scopus are only portions of what is shown. In addition to this famous picture, ,nal feature pictun %  [) ( n't G % %  Pi rsonal," starring Sally Eilers and Jimmy Dunn, is behown and the usual ad a es are being made. Plaza Theatre at Miami Beach will thi \^uthe U Sst a oithe HERE COMES THE BAND ow, which is the last ol tne which heSun.-.Mon.-Tues., April 5-6-7 Lew Ayres Isabel Jewell THE LEATHERNECKS HAVE LANDED ?7. K AVENUE Sun.-Mon., April 5-6 Ted Lewis—Ted Heal) Virginia Bruce ff Tonsils Mr nun rhoMa, Ptnale Diaordere10(> Congress Bldg. phone I 191i and and %¡ Sr \s c Are Verj Happj to Vnnounce BEAUTIFUL SADER SERVICES Will Be Conducted bj :: \i;iii MAX SHAPIRO i : Beth 1 >a\ id Cong, on B h Nights at PAGAN'S u. i I Palatial Kosher Restaurant 2:,b N. E. SECOND STREET Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner—Also a la Carte % SPECIAL PRICES POR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK | Phone 2-9869 %  %  tend. The chapel being elected at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery is fast nearing completion. A formal dedication will be held soon, di tails of which will be announced in the Jewish Floridian. The building is being erected by the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes and the committee in charge consists of Mr. .Manuel Rippa, chairman; sol Schwartz, Morris Kotkin, W. Blutstein, Morris Kotkin, Sarah Stone, M. Bernstein and Charles Goldstein. Beth David Sisterhood is sponwwwwwwwwwww w v A HAPPY PASSOVER LOSEY The Florist 1516 N. W. 28th St. Phone 2-1558 toflrWW WW W W WWWWWl Burdine's FOII QUALITY



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I'll day, April 3, 1936 THE JEWISH FL0R1DIAN Page Three wJewisti Florid lam FLORIDA'S ONLY 'EWUH WKJXLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by tlw JEWISH FLORIDIAM PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 27S Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 121 S. W. 16th Avnu (Jews Tower Bldg. The World's Window Strictly Confidential Phone 2-5304 Phun. 2-11M J. LOUIS SHOCIIET, Editor FRED K. SHOCIIET. Circulation Manaccr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered a ontill free and clean. That world, being peopled by men, by children of Adam, has not and cannot lose its claim upon our pity, our helpfulness, our love. But when it claims from any genuine Christian or any genuine Jew obedience o> allegiance, that Christian or that Jew has but to point in silence and in unutterable recusancy once more to what it is. Therefore the obstacles toward our liberation must be merely the obstacles upon the earthly path, never any obstacles within the soul or mind or will. And if we cleanse ourselves of the inner obstacles then in very truth the seas will ..dry at our feet and the desert bloom and the mountains melt on our path and the Eternal will, through us, rebuild first the inner I and next inevitably the outer Jerui saleni, ir ha-kodesh, the Holy City, binTheruh b'yomenu, speedily, in our days. (Copyright 1930 by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Club, headed by M. Maldwin Fertig. will issue in the near future B bulletin which will carry a number of articles that will expose the deterioration of the present American Zionist administration in an unprecedentedly strong manner. The strongest candidate for the Zionist presidency la Rabbi Abba llillel Silver of Cleveland, who might be persuaded to take a sabbatical year, we understand, to devote himself to the rebuilding of the Zionist house. PERSONALIA There are some United States Senators who, when invited to address Jewish gatherings or banquets, charge staggering sums for expenses. Sometimes they actually have heavy expenses because they are accompanied by members of their family and a retinue of publicity men and braintrusters. One of these days we might publish a list of such "amateur" speakers. Lena (ioldsmith. who is given credit for laving collaborated with Edwin Piscator in the new dramatic version of Dreiser's "American Tragedy," now being presented by the Group Theatre in New York, was none other than the late wife of Ail'ons Goldsmith, who is now on the faculty of the University in Exile. People are wondering what is happening to the relief campaign sponsored by the Federation of Polish Jews in America. ... It started off with a bang and now seems to have flopped. Maurice David, author of "Who I Was Columbus?'' tells us that in | Japan the swastika is used as the : emblem of houses of prostitution. I. In other words, the German \ national enjoys great popularity in | the land of the Mikado. David A :i a literary prize ol' quite a substantial -uni from the Spanish j Academy of Literature for his i book on Columbus, but hasn't got j the fare to go to Spain to collect. ). E. J. Chayfitz is one of the crack agents (G-men to you) of the Department of Justice. The Israel Day Nursery in New York is running a benefit at Minsky's burlesque theatre. Dr. Joseph Rosen, head of the Agro-Joint work in Russia, has returned to Moscow just as quietly as he arrived in this country a couple of weeks ago. David I.ipsky, son of Louis Lipsky, the Zionist, is now in the motion picture game. He has established headquarters in the Title Guarantee Building of St. Louis and is waiting for orders to flow in for the feature film, "The Land of Promise," Passover The Passover festival has special meaning this year. For those who fervently believe that the present traged> en; veloping more than half of world Jewry is a grim re-enactment of history, Passover brings hope and encouragement. : It is another exhibit in the long line of historical evidence that the Jewish people is an enduring and eternal nation. Seder night is probably the most dramatic ritual of all Jewish religious ceremonies. The festive table, the significance of the matzoh, the open door for the Prophet Elijah, his waiting wine glass, the naive voice of the youngsters intoning the "Manishtanoh," and, most of all, the reading of the Haggadah have inspired the poets and dramatists as the most imaginative of all Jewish holidays. The Haggadah has been for many centuries the most unique manifestation of Jewish art. And when at this year's seder the voice of your young, ster asks the whys and wherefores of the Passover celebration and his big eyes look with awe at the flickering candles, you will perhaps regret that you will not be able to show him ii real hand-written illuminated Haggadah which, perhaps, as much as the words, reflects the tender care of our forefathers in passing on to their children the tradition of our people. It might be well if some Jewish educational agency were to provide in every community replicas of an illuminated Haggadah. which he is handling. FAMILY ALBUM Mrs. Estelle M. Sternberger, executive director of World Peaceways, is receiving mazel tovs on the birth of her second grandson, Donald Keith Holzman. Funnyman Milton Berle has called off his marriage to please his mama. Herbert Fleishhacker, Jr., son of the San Francisco banker, is introducing his friends to his bride, the former Countess Lawton Filer Wurmbrand. Dorman Israel, who has been appointed chief engineer of the Emerson Radio and Television Corporation of Ney York City, is a brother of Rabbi Edward Israel of Baltimore. And speaking of relatives Rabbi Morris I.azaron of Baltimore and Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland are brothers-in-law. having married the Horkheimer girls of West Virginia.



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 8, l' J36 Religion Through Art Haggadah—A Unique Oratorio Almost Completed Tin' author of this article, the distinguished o.ceho-slovakian Jewish novelist, is completing, in cooperation with the eminent composer, Paul Dessau, a musical dramatic I'assei presentation. Max Broil has const nted to toll the Seven An. Palcor Agency Pra ndent all about tins important creation, which will ho seen throughout the world before manj year.elapse. — The Edii B) MAX BROD The first impulse tor the writing of i' Pa %  • er oratorio came to me almost two years ago through Paul Dessau, and at a subsequent personal mooting we laid the basic plans for the work. Paul Dessau has made a name for himself witt liis children's cantata and with his recent musical setting for two psalms. He has written an orchestral SUil and has composed the [or several sound films. Only a short time ago he completed the music for a film on Palestine, W. dah." I he title of our oratorio is "Hag." The toxt is finished now. and my friend, Paul Dessau, is making rapid progress in the com%  : the music. During the last months he has devoted himself entirely to this work; 1 have just received from him the the four typos of sons of which the Haggadah speaks. At the close of this part the Speaker refers to the Seder Eve, when all the explanations will he given; and his earnest Bpeech closes with the words of the Haggadah: Ki lo : bilvad amad (for not one alone arose against us). For this D au has composed a nating march which consti%  the leitmotifs of the whole work. The • '" "''" brew. I wrote it in German, and rjend, Georg l anger, an exHebraist and probably the only Hebrew poel in Prague, translated my text into Hebrew. Langer i-. incidentally, the author „-• :1 hook on the Cabala, and a brother of the well-known Czech author. Frantisek Langer, whose "Periphery" made him famous. The music is being composed for the Hebrew toxt. Later, perhaps, v.. shall make translations into other languages to fit the music; hut the original toxt of the work DR. R. S. AKERS 17(il N. W. 36th St. Moved to New Location DENTIST Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2181 newly completed fourth part, the dramatic power of which deeply thrills me. In this respect, incilentally, our plan has changed greatly since we drew up the first lUtline. To our own amazement the work has grown more and mor< dramatic, yet without violating the oratorio Btyle. Hence it will sent it in a rigorous concert form, as an oratorio, or with a conventionalized intimation of set n, eli for example, in the passage through the lied Sea. Such alternative methods of presentation arc :. i innovation, for even thi of Handel may he given either in concert form or in a conventionalized Stage production. The work is divided into jevea parts and somehow 1 feel that the symbolism of this number may have some significance. The first part consists of tlio overture. The Second part presenta children's chorus in a dialogue with the Speaker. Baal Haggadah. The mood is gay, the children are joyfully looking forward to the Passover feast, eagerly help in the search for chumetz, and ask all kinds of questions which represent


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Friday, April 3, 1936 Society Mrs. Jack Arlen is the guest of l, er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris C, Hodes, for the Passover holidays. Mrs. Arlen is the former Claire Hodes, now making her homo in Jacksonville where Mr. Arlen la in business. • • • Continuing its policy of pleasing I (he public amidst dignified and beautiful surroundings, the Family I Jacobs, operating the beautiful lAlamac Hotel, will again welcome I the public to its traditional Sader es this year on Monday night, %  April 6th, and Tuesday night, April 7th, "hen the complete Sader ritual will be observed in real holiday spirit. The splendid holiday I cuisine which has made this hotel I famous will be served and every[thing will be done to make the I guests welcome in true holiday spirit. Reservations are urged imI mediately either for the Sader Iservices or for the entire Passover for which reasonable rates | will be charged. • Monday morning at 7:30 o'clock, [ ately following the morning Rabbi Julius Washer of |the Miami Jewish Orthodox ('mi. will conduct the tradiTHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN tional "Siyom Habehorim" for the first born sons on the eve of Passover, at the Synagogue. Passover will be ushered in Monday night at 6 o'clock. Tuesday morning services will begin at 9 o'clock at which time the Rabbi will preach on "The Preface to Morals." Wednesday morning the Rabbi will preach on "Ancient and Modern Despots." Prominent laymen will alternate in chanting the traditional holiday ritual. • The first dairy in the Greater Miami area ever to undertake to provide observant Jews with their dairy needs for the Passover holi| days, the Miami Home Milk Producers Association, will again furnish their customers through driver service in the entire area and through groceries and delicatessen stores, butter, milk, sweet and sour cream and cottage cheese produced under the strictest religious regulations for the Passover holidays. A separate dairy has been set aside for the entire week at which Mr, A. Fialkow Hebrew teacher and scholar, formerly of Savannah, Ga., will be the mashgiach. Mr. Fialkow was named by Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom and Rabbi Julius Washer, who are in direct charge of the production of the dairy products and under whose supervision Page Five Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Joyce PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown BEST WISHES FOR A FREILICHEN PESACB VV. D. MURPHY TERMITE CO. "Get the Best, Forget the Rest" TERMITE ERADICATION—WOOD PRESERVING 100 N. E. 24th St. Phone 2-4307 BEST WISHES For a Happy Passover To All Our Jewish Friends Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Rollins HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS GEORGE E. MERRICK GENERAL REAL ESTATE Service and Information at any of the following offices: N, i IMI—StT-M E. Plaglu si. x '' Ih.Houlrvard) I'hnnr 2-MI! MI *MI BEACH—2331-33 Collliu AT*. % %  <• ii'.v I'ln/.a) PhOM 5-101 I "HAL GABLES—2110-12 Pane* dr "•" ->IY PASSOVER HORACE Z. BRUNSON PLUMBING 461 W. 41st St. Miami Beach, Fla. Office I'hone 5-1615 Residence I'hone Bayview 579-R A. M0N G the great achievements of the Jewish people has been the preservat ion of their habits, customs, religion a nd literature through all ages, among many nations ... an achievement unpa ralleled by any other people in history. HE greatest debt civilization owes to the Jew is the lesson of democracy, beginning with the liberation from Egypt and culminating with the giving unto this great people of the Torah, from which all peoples have and will continue to draw upon for their inspiration of true life. 1 T IS, therefore, an extreme pleasure and privilege to extend hearty felicitations on the happy occasion of the festive holiday of Passover to my fellow Jewish citizens of the great State of Florida. It is my privilege to say— "A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH" J.M. LEE COMPTROLLER OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA



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— Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 3, i 93< L MIAMI NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ team of tinAll followers of the skirts—1 believe that just about takes in ull male members of the Y— if you have a desire to take off Borne s u i" e r f 1 u o u s weigh) and ielf in %  physical c o n <1 ihere's your irtnnKy. Y. M. H. A. will again be a member oi the Civic League. Games of the practice variety are being Sunday starting at p. in. at beautiful Flamingo Park grounds. Last Sunday was the first si rin i ssion and more than 35 members attended. Manila G dstein has such > ap%  .from last year as Nat Blumberg, first baseman; Al Reisman, second base; Bi i nie Frank, third base; Al Grossman, shortsl ip well as being a star Isman; Bill Segal, catcher; I .i -kawitz, left field; Leo ivsky, right fiqld; Abe nfeld, center field; JotDavis, right field; Mickey Lubel, center field; Frank Rose, shortstop; Norman Thaler, right field; George Reichgott, catcher; Ralph Grossman, catcher, and Jules Wilson, who covers the water front as well as being number one water boy and Monsieur "Doc" Beckman, half-pint club physician, who also has special rates with the Ahem Funeral Home, just in case. There are plenty of openings if you have what it takes to make the team. Mr, Jules Wilson has resigned his position for this year as water boy as he is afraid it will impair his amateur standing being that the hoys offered him a 25-cent piece for each game and he just couldn't stand such prosperity. j of you would pro like to know the final standings of last year, Winf the pennant was the Uni. %  j i Hub, si cond, I he Railway Clerks: third. The Shriners; fourth, Our Heroes, V. M. H. A.; fifth, Order of American Mi ics; sixth, Miami Junior Chamber cf Commerce; seventh. M %  Mien, and holding up the rest of the li ague were the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Coral Gables. Flash Hot off the griddle The Young Men's Hebrew Association and Walterson Works are the proud p a world's record in the Florida national pastime of Diamondball. In 1933 remember? -• %  two teams started a scheduled league game at 8 p. m. and KZ8SBJ m 53885 25 SS 3125 3? M 52 2S 25 M MESSHSEjE A li \ITY PASSOVER H %  HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. 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All you rootin', tootin', female tans may now witness your hero's diamondball heroics at Flamingo Park each Sunday until the n eason gets under way. .Many of thl have been belittling the athletic ability of the married men, so-o-h, as a counter attack, a twei n them is beinj angi Sunday. April Park. No admission. \\ ill : who attended the V. IV. April Fool's most assuredly wen VOL ARE SURE OF The Finest in Kosher Meats and Poultry When You Buy at Miami Beach Kosher Market 329 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-2026 REV. S. GI TTMAN In Charge of Poultry warded with a splendid evening of entertainment and surprises. Ida Engler, Josephine Kolman and Jeanette Seligman were the voung ladies responsible for the 'enjoyable evening and duly dea kiss on each cheek. Are there any volunteers? I thought sew Milt, this being your birthday, you can be volunteer number one. Miss Ann I.ehrman. newly elected the Junior Division, conducted a most inspiring meetMonday. Definite arn made to hold an installation dance at the club. rooms Sunday, April 19. Their regular Monday n j g!l[ meetings will be held on Thursday due to the Passover holidays. Mr. Sidney H. Palmer 0 f t ( House of Palmer donated a bean. tiful electric neon clock to the V as his token of esteem for tfc, newly elected president. Well, my dear friends and e ne niies alike, Monday night is ths first night Sader and I have to brush up on the four koshei please excuse until next Friday PASSOVER GREETINGS Ducks Turkeys Hens Fryers AND A COMPLETE STOCK OP POULTRY FARM POULTRY & EGG CO.. INC. 7(il S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-0087 WWWWh Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY Shoreland Bldg. Phone 2-1033 Greetings to All My Jewish Friends on PASSOVER wwwww HAROLD C. 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88?eiBHW Friday, April 3, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Orlando Notes Mrs M. Harris has returned to do after a three weeks' trip I Sew York. yirs. I. N. Burman left Monday Tampa and St. Petersburg, .,. ahe will Visit friends. \H Orlando sympathizes with \|. Lehman and family in the i of her husband, Mr. Muses an, whose death occurred last Mr. Lehman was a winter •it of Orlando for the past %  .ears. Funeral services and ent were held in 1'orlsniouth, their home. Mr. Lehman a highly respected and esed man in Orlando. He gave %  usly to charity and was | by all who knew him. St. Petersburg Notes Friday night services of Congregation B'nai Israel begins at 8 o'clock when Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld Will preach a Sabbath Hagodo] sermon, "Historic Judaism." Saturday morning services begins at 9:30 a. in. Sunday night, the Ladies' Auxiliary and the Judaic Council jointly will give a party in honor of Rabbi and -Mrs. Kleinfeld on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of active service in the congregation. Mrs. J. Shapiro and Mrs. M. N'aof Jacksonville were visitors in Orlando for the past week. While here they were house guests | patient at the Mound Park Hosof .Mr and Mrs. I. Becker and Mr. Mrs. A. Shapiro. Mr. I. Weiss of Tampa was a visitor in Orlando on Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Weiss delivered a short talk at the B'nai B'rith m-eting, which was held on the 30th in the vestry rooms of the synagogue. The regular monthly meeting of the Congregation Ohev Sholem was held in the vestry rooms of the synagogue on Sunday, March 2fl, at B p. m. A HAPPY PASSOVKR THE CHAILLE WAREHOUSE 117 N. E. 2th St. A HAPPYPASSOVKR MUCK'S TOP AND BODY WORKS 1521 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-0656 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER rvvwwV) CHARLIE'S NEWS STAND l (36 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES for a 'FREILICHEN PASSOVER" MAIW C. A. BURNET WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO., Inc. 20 N. E. 11th St. MIAMI CtjGUST BROS Ry^ /" la the REST! GREETINGS D. E. LINARDY All Grades of HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished, Laid, Sanded and Finished Offir.ami Wari'lu'iisr NM\\ I.ovuU-d at 35 N. E. 26th St. MIAMI, FLORIDA BKST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVKR JOHN FALKENBERG District Manager AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. GREETING iS E. A. EHMANN ARCHITECT Halcyon Arcade No. 4 Page Seven pital. -Mr. Harvey Herman, who met with a serious automobile accident WORLDS MOST FAMOUS HAGGADAH on page one, a reproduction of the entire manuscript) which dates back to the fourteenth century, is some weeks ago, is still a patient The illuminated page of then ow on exhibition at R. II. Macy at the Mound Park Hospital. Darmstadt Haggadah, appearing &. Co., New York. Mrs. J. Neimoth and daughter, Lou Ellen, of Hineola, L. I., X. Y., daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Kleinfeld, are spending the rest of the season in St. Petersburg. .Mr. Hyman M. Jacobs, president of Congregation B'nai Israel, is a A Duty Not to Be Shirked The Jewish Floridian is not espousing the cause of any candidate for office ... IT IS CHAMPIONING THE CAUSF. OK 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, hut has not yet registered or paid his poll tax, thai he is not a truly free man or woman unless he has fulfilled the rights of suffrage whieh he possesses and which in fairness and decency he should exercise. We owe it to ourselves as citizens and as Jews to register immediately. 1)0 YOUR DUTY ... DO IT NOW! DON'T REGRET TOMORROW! %  %  .-.". %  %  .". %  %  .".•.". %  .•. %  %  %  .v."."."."."" DR. 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i Page Eight THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, April ;i, ^ Jacksonville News The April meeting of the Temple Sisterhood was held Wednesday afternoon in the Temple Home with the president, Mrs. L P. Lippman presiding. At this last meeting before the annual closing luncheon, plans for Passover were made. The regular monthly meeting of the Daughters of Israel took place Wednesday afternoon in the auditorium of the Jewish Center. Many important matters were discussed at this time "1" committee! for several social affairs were (elected. A very entertaining program was presented. Mrs. T. M. Schneider and Mrs. M. Hammerman were in charge. There was an April Fool's party. The Center was decorated for the occasion and delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. M. Foor and Mrs. II. Slott were hostesses for the afternoon. In order to begin in the usual traditional custom the Passover festival which commences at sundown Monday evening, April G, and continues for seven days, the Temple Sisterhood will sponsor the traditional "Sedar" for members of the Temple Congregation and their friends, the traditional "Sedar" at 7 o'clock Monday evening, April !. in the Temple Home. Dr. I. I.. Kaplan, minister of the Temple congregation, will preside and a most impressive service is being planned. The special committee in charge of the "Sedar" is arranging for a delicious dinner which will be .served in connection with the service. Reservations should be made promptly with Miss Ray Halle. Witten and Mrs. H. Gerbert. A large number received a very special treat at the literature class of the Temple Sisterhood last week when they heard Dr. Israel L. Kaplan give his splendid review of "If This Be Treason," a recent Broadway success by John Haynes Holmes and Reginald Lawrence. The Temple Sisterhood social affair, a dessert bridge sponsored by the March committee of the organization, was held at the Temple Home Tuesday, under the efficient joint chairmanship of Mrs. M. II. The last in a series of three bridge tournaments sponsored by the Senior Iladassah Chapter was held Monday afternoon in Cohen Brothers' Auditorium and was directed by Mrs. John C. Cray. Proceeds from these affairs will !" %  used for the penny luncheon fund of the llada-sah Chapter, which is used to provide the school children of Palestine with wellbalanced nourishing meals and check tinprevalence of malnutrition. SALE! SPORT TROUSERS $7.00 Values! $5.50 NEWEST STYLES LATEST FABRICS GREETINGS on PASSOVER J. LAMAR PAXSON COUNT? COMMISSIONER for DADE COUNTY Best Wishes for a Happy Passover to All Our Campers end Parents (AMI* VVOHELO FOR GIRLS Located In thtBlue Rldxt Hount&ini •if Pennt) I* unia 31 V I S 11 %  -!'ul SE\ KM year* ol nts! SE\ EN %  • i % % %  ol %  SEVEN 1 %  %  • SEV EN ye Ion '. SEVI N hnp| • %  i 1 Information rite r |>hone BERTHA HERKOWK M LEVY Owner nml Director I*.'.", S. W. 1.1th Si. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phonr 2-NT30 The Senior Hadassah Chapter entertained last week in the Mayflower hotel roof garden with the annual Spring dance, which proved a brilliant and well attended function, with Mrs. Clarence Ginsberg %  neral chairman, assisted by able committees. Guests sat at Individual tables cabaret style, and GREETINGS JOHN B. ORR Inc. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MIAMI. FLORIDA enjoyed the evening thoroughly. Proceeds from this affair will be used to further the worthy work of the organization and is applied to the special fund of the llada-sah Medical Organization. Assisting the chairman were Mrs. Joseph Glkksteln, Mrs. Harry Katt, Mrs. Joseph Strauss. Mrs. GREETINGS PURITAN DAIRY Kill N. E. .{01 h St. Phone 2-2218 Neal Funkelstein, Mrs. Marx R ker, Mrs. Herbert Weiss and Mrs Ben Stein, president of Senior Hadassah. SINCERE WISHES for A KOSHEREN PESACH • LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. '• jjjjMIAMI FIRE DEPARTMENT^ Miami Wire & Iron Works 418 N. W. SIXTH STREET Phone 2-6328 •• !" • 1 .Miami, Honda GREETINGS ON PASSOVER V NITED It A I) I A T () R ( (). B. B. LEWIS 1415 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-(>:i21 milinillMII .1111 1 rimii 1 1 1 „„„„, j ( """ I I I I "I" I I I PASSOVER GREETINGS W R PITTS. INC. HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES SALES AND SERVICE '' '8 Our Pleasure to Extend to All Our Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER tf W WWW U ROBRINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO.. INC. 222 N. \\. 26th St. hone 2 -3705 Phone 3-2223 322 W. Flagler St. """ • n "' """" 1 • % %  % % %  •• ,„„ ,„= """ Illtnlllll II.IIHiMlllllMIIIIMHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIlllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIMIIMIHIIIIllllllllii.in PASSOVER GREETINGS I J BEST WISHES FOR A PREILICHEN PE ESACH CORRIGAN, MILLER & CO., Inc. INVESTMENTS Ingraham Bldg. = '.MtMlllllltlllllllll HtllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIillllllMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIttllllllllllMllllllllllMlllllllllllluii. %  %  %  • X ELI WITT CIGAR & TOBACCO CO. 73 N. W. Eighth St. \ Won'l U„ HAV-A-TAMPA Cigar \



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Kriiiny, April 3, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Nine Tampa Notes Under the able leadership of | Maas, a large group of |Honor Roll Y. M. H. A. workers opened the 1936 membership enIrollment campaign with a break,Hy at the Y. M. H. A. build. j„, The (f08l of the campaign is 1 10 secure the enrollment of every Ij ew ish man, woman and child to make the Y. M. H. A. "a community center of, by and for all tne Jews Of Tampa." After an opening prayer by Rabbi I). L. a, Chairman Maas made a stirring appeal. He closed with a plea !,) all the workers to give ( „f their means and time during nrollment week. He advo,. :1 %  ,1 free memberships be given unemployed, so that they cou ld use the Y. M. H. A. facilities without charge. Following Mr. Maas, Rabbi Zielenka added his eloquent voice in behalf of the Y. M. H. A. The closing speaker of the program was Samuel Leff of New York, field secretary of the Jewbh Welfare Board, national organization of Y. M. H. A.'s, Y. W. H. A.'s and Jewish Community Centers. Mr. Leff has been assigned by the national agency to help ihe'Tampa Y. M. H. A. conduct the campaign. Among workers present at the' opening breakfast rally were Ernest Maas, chairman; Samuel Leff, | campaign director; Rabbi D. L.: Zielonka, Judge Harry N. Sandier. Dr. 1. Leon Schwartz, president of the Y. M. 11. A.; Irvin Salsbury, ,. president; A. B. Weil, Jr., j V. M. II. A. secretary; B. J. Finman, treasurer; M. G. Rosenberg, I Haliczer, Max London, David TRANSATLANTIC CHARACTER BUILDING I he Jewry of Tampa now has before it an unexcelled opportunity to demonstrate by action rather than words, the age-old tradition of "Jewish character building." I he people of the "book." as evidenced by our Sages, have always believed and demonstrated that the physical welfare must be thought of and provided for at the same time. lampa is now in the midst of a campaign to enroll every Jew and Jewess in its Young Men's Hebrew Association. May we, too, add our word of commendation to the el forts of those in charge of this intensive campaign and to urge upon Tampa Jewry that the finest way of showing their approval of this work is the signinK of a membership blank and the payment of dues. We have had, in our limited way, an opportunity to observe the work of Mr. Abraham J. Finkelstein, director of the Y. We feel that if ever there was a director thoroughly imbued with Jewish ideals, who hesitated not to try and achieve the goal even though it involved personal financial and physical sacrifice on his part, Mr. Finkelstein is that director. We urge at this time when we are approaching the commemoration of Passover, the holiday of liberty and freedom, that a true liberation from slavery, a breaking of shackles that are injurious can he best accomplished by providing a place wherein the young and old may receive a cultural training at the same time they are having their physical needs provdied for. What better place than a truly Jewish "Y" can lie found? Let Tampa Jewrj not be found wanting when the final membership blank is tallied. Hitler has rewarded Fritz Gissibl, former leader of the American Nazis, with a long rest in a concentration camp. Dr. Isaac Horzog, chief rabbi of Ireland, is being prominently mentioned as the next Ashkenazic chief rabbi of Palestine. Hitler's "Mein Kanipf" has made its appearance in the Orient in a Chinese translation. Illllilllll IHHM.II • %  ,, Ill, IIIIIIIIMIIII BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER SISTRUNK, INC. Manufacturer of Venetian Blinds 313 Coral Way : ; Evergreen 345 ViiHiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimimti IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHHHHIIUIIHIIIIHIHIIII Neighbors Will Honor Lee So! Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Leon Haber, Julius Silverman, M. B. Edelstein, Max M. .luster, I Mrs. L. S. Augustine, Mrs. Ben llaimovitz, Edward Sherman, S, G. Aroson, Morris /.ubkin, W. J. novitz, Mrs. Irvin Salsbury, Louis Gordon, Bill Wolfson, Morris L'man, Sam Rosenfarb, Max Brody, Sidney Linker, A. A. Finkelstein, \, B. Weil, Jr., Major M. J. Mackler, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Marcus, I Berner, Dr. Fred Lebes, Charles Rosenvaig, Victor Cooper, Dr. Dan Rachelson, Simon Schwartz, Fred Poller, Rabbi Adolph Burger, AlSiegel, Emanuel Weiss, Miss Gladys Milchman, Miss Rutkin, Feiner, Mrs. Samuel Zinkow, Dr. A! Augustine, Charles Hainie\ itz and Al Herman. Every worker signed a member%  application and paid dues, %  campaign will conclude .. 6th, L936. Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER GIFFEN ROOFING CO. Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors 212 Arajjon Ave. (ORAL GABLES Evergreen ">2t> Avon Park, April 2 (FNS)— ( Highlands County neighbors of State Comptroller J. M. Lee will launch his campaign for a second term here Saturday afternoon at %  1 o'clock with a fish fry in Donaldson Park, where Colonel Lee will be the honor guest and only speaker. Arrangements made at a meeting of representatives from Avon Park, Sabring, DeSoto City and Lake Placid include plans for more than 2,(100 people and while the affair will be essentially one of neighbors paying tribute to their friend, the committee in charge has announced it will welcome Jim Lee's friends from wherever they may come for this occasion. The steering committee, composed of O. C. W'ilkes, J. S. Francis, Avon Park; .1. E. Sims of Lake Placid, Major Barton, DeSoto City and It. N. Durrance and E. W. Gallagher, Sabring, have named sub-committees to work out the details for taking care of the biggest crowd Avon Park has been host to. The committee's letter inviting Colonel Lee to attend follows: "Recognizing the excellent service which you have given to the state in your position as comptroller, by balancing the state budget, by practicing economy, by enforcing collection of taxes from the laws already on the statute books rather than imposing new forms of taxation, by collecting a million dollars in advance from an estate \<> help keep the schools open, and by your many other accomplishments as state comptroller, which show that you are working for the interest of the people of Florida, a large number of your friends in Highlands County appreciate what you have done while in office and are very anxious to have you open your campaign for re-election in your home county and are arranging to have a "Jim Lee fish fry" and get-together meeting, in your honor, at Avon Park, Saturday afternoon, April 4, at 4 p. m." A HAPPY PASSOVER BEST BATTERY CO. Auto Electrical Service 11:l> PICKBN8 BOB ZIMMERMAN 332 N. 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• %  V 1; •-t I I'age Ten THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN tricky, April 3, Jewish News Around the World Reveals Thai John Dillinger Was Nazi New York (BK OJ —Evidence that the late John Dillinger, "public enemy No. 1." was a Nazi and a member of the Friends of the New Germany, was mad, public by Albert Brandt, anti-Nazi publicist, in a letter to Ludwig Lore, who conducts the column, "Behind the Cables," in the New York P According to Mr, Hand:. the tip that Dillinger was a Nazi first came from Dr. Thalheimer, editor of an anti-Nazi weekly in the Saar, early in 1934. On checking Mr. Brandt found that on dune 2:'.. 1933, Dillinger was given a highly complimentary letter by Heinz Spanknobel, then Nazi leader in Detroit, to Fritz Gissibl, Nazi leader in Chicago. Gissibl and Dillinger, according to Brandt, met in the Reichshall, Chicago. Dillinger became a member of the Friends of New Germany on May 16, 1933, and his membership card was number 1684, and was signed by Hans i Strauss, then secretary of the Detroit blanch, who lived at 2921 Baldwin st., Detroit. DINNER TO HONOR JUDGE New Yorfc—A one-half hour proMACK'S 85TH YEAR ON gram, celebrating the Passover holFEDERAL BENCH iday will be broadcast nationally over the WEAF network of the To celebrate his completion of National Broadcasting Company, twenty-five years of service on the Monday. April 6, under tin BU8Federal bench, the Lawyers' Divipices of the American Joinl Dission of the Palestine Appeal is tentribution Committee, whose 13,600,. dering a dinner to Judge Julian 000 campaign in behalf of Jews \v. Mack at the Hotel Pierre, New overseas is now under way. York, on Wednesday evening, April Speakers on the program, ar15th, it was announced yesterday ranged by the J. D. C.'s cultural by George Z. Medalie, chairman of committee, which will take place dinner committee. between 5 and 5:30 p. m., will be Judge Mack is an honorary Dr. Jonah B. Wise, rabbi of the ihairman of the United Palestine Central Synagogue in New k'ork Appeal, which is seeking $3,500,000 City, who is co-chairman of the nationally for the settlement in national campaign. Carl J. AusPalestine of a maximum number trian, New York attorney, who is of the Jews of Germany and other chairman of the Joinl Distribution lands. The New York ciu.ua i< Committee's New York City cam£1,500,000. paign for $1,500,000, and Rabbi The committee sponsoring the Herbert S. Goldstein, honorary dinner is composed of the followpresident of the Union of Orthodox ing: Susan Brandeis, 1. I.. BroadJewish Congregations, win, Nathan Burkan, Irving Ben Passover and "seder" night musical arrangements will be made by Cantor Blias Zaludkowski ofNew York City and Herbert Fromm, former Meisterschuler of \cademy of Tokunsk in Munich. The four questions, traditional to Passover, will be asked by Miss Krna Jung, .laughter of Rabbi Leo Jung of the Jewish Center of New York City. The program on April 6th will Cooper, Maurice P. Davidson. Mark .Eisner, M. Maldwin I'crtig. James Frank, Frederick F, Greenman, Henry Hofhcimcr. William Klein. Samuel Kramer, James Marshall, David L. Podell, Louis s. Posner, %  Gustavus H. Rogers, Morris Rothenberg. Carl Sherman, Robert Szold, Sol Tekulsky and Eugene Untermeyer. Says Jewish Officers Conviction It American Dreyfus Case New York (WNS) That "all American Dreyfus case" is in the making will be charged by former Brigadier General Samuel T. Ansell, counsel for Captain Ralph K Fleischer of Fi rt Slocum, when he lays Captain Fleischer's can Jewish Congress today told N. C. J. C. News Service that he will tour the country this fall to campaign for the re-election of President Roosevelt. He said he expected to begin a series of addresses BCTO8S the country shortly after his return from Captain neischers service Europe, where he is going this num. record before President Roosevelt ,,,,., ,,, con f er with | ca dcrs of vain an appeal from the decision of ,.j ou Jewish communities and at%  al court-martial, which tend ,.„, s ,.,.,i,, ns ,,, %  tne WorW found the Jewish officer guilty of j ewish Congress in August. He conduct unbecoming an officer and expects, he said, to devote the maNew York—Dr. Stephen S, Wise, """•< the third PaSBOVer broadcast rabbi of the Free Synagogue, presover the National Broadcasting ident of the Jewish Institute of ReCompany's' facilities to be sponligion and president of the Ameri*ored by the cultural committee of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. During 1935, this cultural committee disbursed $100, : Joinl Distribution Committee funds to further Hebrew education and religious training among Jewish youths of Central and Eastern Europe and in Palestine. During the past 15 year.-, %  than $4, Minn was expended by this organization for •' %  i ultui .'i purposes. a gentleman and ordered him dismissed i: service and stripped of his ion. In .-upport of his assertion thai Captain Fleis. hei is th< i of anti-Semitic prejudice, General Ansell intendto show thai the court-martime "luring Sepjor part of his tember ami October to this nation peaking tour. In explaining why he would take the -tump for President Roosevelt, Dr Wise said that his social views are best represented by the presitial at Governor's Island was the k m Bnd haI he cou ld not help the animosity of Ma, a us ,. „ f BOC | a i DroBreg g ,„.,,,.,. Jewish Kditor in Cuba Treason Held for result id' the jor Lawrence Renn. who was at one time tliu defendant in a rase prosecuted by Fleischer, Captain Fleischer, attached to the quartermasters corps, was found guilty of embezzling food progress than by working for Roosevelt's re-election. Dr. Wise also denied rumors that he ishortly resigning from the Fre Synagogue. He said he would remain at the Flee Svnasupph. false swearing and subBO gue for another year, but that '"•nation of wil es. He is now he has arranged to be relieved confined to Cow,.i and unfrom the regular pulpil work so nit al ai i esl, which means i„, lie may not lea Bnd. t aptain Fleische] v. a ix j acting commanda kers ii men's me ..' Forl m, .'.>.-. I.. ii Brooklyn and an avowed Jew, Captain Fleischi .. >! i Mot ris Tintner, Brooklyn's first rabbi and a friend of Abraham Lincoln. Fleischer's father was a prominent Brooklyn merchant and a leader in the Democratic party. Until 1917 Fleischer was a practicing attorney. In that year he joined the army and through his family's friendship with the late General Leonard Wood was assigned to (amp Funston as medical supply officer. A fall from a horse at Fort Riley incapacitated him for active military service and be was assigned to Fort Riley as supervisor of military construction. For this service he won the commendation of General Wood ami the war depart mint. From 1920 to 1926 he was .it la'lied to the army ha-e at oklyn and ill tile latter year •led to Panama as executive offit e of the flying field. can give more time lo the \.,rious causes in whii h he iinter%  ted. BEST WISHES for A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE 1721-23 S.W. First St. MIAMI. FLA. GREETINGS (Chi-JXamd COMPANY OF FLORIDA is S. F. Firal SI. Rhone 211112 Havana (WNS I S. M. Kaplan HAPPY PASSOVER PAN AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. 334 \V. Hauler SI. Distributors for () K AUTO POLISH olgate-Palmolive-Peet Co. W j andotte Detergent I! tel Sanitary and Janitor Supplies CALL 3.2223 SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY PASSOVER ULLIAN'S CUT RATE DRUG BTORES Drugs Cosmetics Liquors REGISTERED PHARMACISTS 1130 LINCOLN ROAD Rhone .->-2.-.fll 208 TWENTY-THIRD ST. Rhone .-|-!I210 and Isidore Bochner. editor and managing editor, respectively of the Havana l.cben, Cuban Yiddish paper, have been arrested and are being held for trial before the revolutionary tribunal. The charges against the two Jewish journalists have not been made public. It is believed, however, that they were ted under a misconception grown g out of the fact that the I rint shop where their paper is JO prints Communist lit: they are heeing held responsible. Kaplan asserts that aten by the police while being questioned. Strictly Confidential be one of the coming l t aders American Jewry. ... The fj n with which he organized j er City's first federation of J ew j,' charities, after all attempts had failed for 20 years, was a nift ^ job. Alexander Simpson, Z fense counsel in the famous il a |' Mills case and the late Dwightf Morrow's Democratic opponent U the U. S. Senate, is one of the ber customers for Jewish and Hebr books. Some people grandfather was Jewish. Charles Nemser has resigned executive director of the j crsr City Jewish Center to become m. tional financial field secretary | the Jewish Welfare Boai say hi, The appointment of Max Manischewitz of matzoth fame as one of New Jersey's official delegates to the convention of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences was the idea of J. George I'rcdman of Jersey City. Fredman, ex-commander-in-chief of the Jewish War Veterans, is regarded by many as Governor Hoffman's chief brain-truster on Jewish affairs. Louis A. Fa Ik of Jersey City, unless we miss our guess, will &f I I MILTON WEINER and JENKINS K. COHEN GREETINGS CECIL'S IKON AND BODY WORKS 23 N. E. Sixth Street PASSOVER GREETINGS! Jesse P. Montz GENERAL CONTRACTOR Have a "MONTZ-BILT" Home First National Hank BIdg. Office 5-1636 1661 Alton Road MI \MI BEACH jlavita Ym, to .Mak,Voor PurrhsM J j Passover Wines and Liquors I JENKINS LIQUOR STORE j 130 N. Miami Ave. I i PfcOM 2-1900 I | FOR FREE DELIVERY FOR YOUR STATE COMPTROLLER I. MUNCY ANDERSON "I will not use the misfortune of banks closing to build up a I olitical machine. I will see that banks are liquidated quickly, with minimum expense, so the depositors will get the maximum. I will not drag out liquidations to keep expensive employees on the payroll." (Paid Political Advert "GREETINGS" EMERSON TIRE COMPANY Distributors and Miami Warehouse UNITED STATES RUBBER PRODUCTS Iheasl Second Ave. al Sixth St. Only U. S. Builds TIRES OF TEMPERED RUBBER What Finer Gift to Yourself or Friends Than a Copy of THE MESSAGE OF ISRAEL By RABBI ISRAEL II. WEISFELD Containing the Vital story of Judaism In PROMINENT ORTHODOX. REFORM and CONSERVATIVE RABBIS. at BURDINE'S ROOK DEPT. 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MB *SSt8SS i(lllV April 3, 1936 Society THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Cantor Berele Kelemer, who is nt of the most popular Cantors Miami Beach, will conduct the [,,ler Rtiual at Kraemer's Strictly other Restaurant at Collins avet and Fourth street Monday Lht. April 6th, and Tuesday Lht, April 7th. Popular prices [ill |),. charged and reservations a v be made or the entire week desired. Holiday cuisine for %  hkh tnt restaurant is famous (ill be served. • The Miami unit of Junior HaLgul will irive its annual donors' Jinner at K l>m. Sunday at the Imvi! Casino. Miss Anita Silvertan ihnirnian of the event and assisted by Miss Yetta Feiner, ., Belle Tannen, Miss Rose loodmark and Miss Ida Safer. table decorations and souvenirs Ijll express the spring motif. leservations may be made with il i %  man. • Announcement was made this \, ;n the Biscayne-Collins Ho1 at VI ."in Beach would close the I eai 'ii after a very SUC|, % %  nter operation under the | management. The Rival Mt Clemens, Mich., I h %  management, will L ie summer season May lit. T modern hotel, containhundred rooms, also confamous mineral baths in i building, affording pali opportunity of taking bineral treatment without incon| The beautiful hotel ob. trict kashrus and is suroundeil by spacious grounds. The ientele is provided with every pnvenience to give them a pleasliu and health-giving vacation at i rates, • • The Senior Council of Jewish 'omen, at its meeting last Wednesday at the Alamae Hotel, eld an election of officers following the report of the nominating Dmmittee. Mrs. Sidney L. Weinraub, retiring president, was nanimously elected to the execuve board in recognition of her vices. Officers elected were: lent, Mrs. Ralph Neufeld; vice-president, Mrs. Rlry second vice-president, Mrs. [any Barnhardt; third vice-prcsient. Mrs. A. Rubin; treasurer, Irs. A. Keder; financial secretary, is. A Franklyn Friedman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. BenjaPage Kleven min I^mlnn. A—-*-r. nugnes is president of the M iSPLSSSflL "?*"* StW,ta *., with offices Mr. Hughes is president of the Mrs. Lewis Rothlein; auditor, Mrs. Irving Frumkes. Directors named in the News Tower building, and has earned a reputation for sin-M.1I.J .. T .: "-= i-iiiieu a reputation tor sincX.n Mo \ \ aKi 1, 1Sid r C9r,ty %  %  %  %  and square Cohen, Morns Alpert and Jeanette business dealings. He is married ?o !" ir H e fr w m be and i,v w ith his wife j ^ formally inducted at an installation luncheon to be held Wednesday, April 22nd, at the Strath Haven Hotel, Miami Beach, when Mrs. Morris Alpert will be toastmistress. In charge of arrangements are Mesdames II. I. Magid and Lewis Rothlein, with whom reservations may be made. The followson at 3422 N. W. Fourteenth ter., which he owns. He has been a resident of Dade County for more than 15 years. His many friends urge the voters of precinct 47 to east their votes for Mr. Hughes because of the fact that the Democratic party needs men in office who are unfettered ing gifts were unanimously voted: by selfish pecuniary interests and One hundred dollars each to the are not bound to any political facJewish Welfare Bureau for Passtion. If elected Mr. Hughes will over distribution among the needy, represent all the Democratic votand to the United Jewish Appeal era without fear or favor and for local drive, and five dollars to the the best interests of the party Denver Jewish Hospital. ADemocratic committecman he proposes: Setting an example in local camTo devote his efforts to building paigns, Francis I.. Hughes, young up party solidarity, not merely imDemocrat Of the 47th precinct, imediately prior to elections, but wa;:ing an active battle for this during the entile year. office Contrary to the usual beT „ s „. that „„ V(ltl .,. s wh(J iUV liei that the ottice n unimportant, Mr. Hughes believes thai this ofD lice, if properly administered, can be made into one of value to the genera] community and the voters of the particular district. Contrary to the usual pra ii %  of tho seek the office ol precinct commit%  an for the Demoi ratic party, Mr. Hughes has Bet forth his platform so that no mistakes can be as to what he will try to do if elected. eligible are registered and pay their poll tax. To provide, through constant vigilance, the opportunity of work for all duly retfistered and qualified voters in preference to nonresident and non-registered voters. Xot to use the office for the purpose of self-aggrandizement and personal gain. At all times to work faithfully for the success of the Democratic party by every legitimate means. SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY PASSOVER WILLIAM B. LaBAW PUBLIC ACCOl M ANT 2^-2i Commercial \rcade Phone 2-5731 $1,000.00 DERBY TRIAL HEATS NOW BEING RUN Special Feature Races Nightly WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB TC-.uaas PASSOVER GREETINGS DIAMOND T TRUCK CO. MR. L. L. RENNET Now Located at SMITTY'S GARAGE—225 N. W. First Court Phone 2*6912 QREBTIINGS m: DIXIE MOSAIC & TILE CO. 1 ramie Matalc, Floor. Wall and Fireplace Tile Marble and Terrazti BFPICB 1100 S. W. 13th AVE. I'hone 2-4221 SINCERE WISHES to All Jewry For a HAPPY PASSOVER (HAS. M. FISHER Superintendent of Schools For Dade County m i mi BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS [SUN HOY RESTAURANT MIKE GILROY 217 Fifth Street MIAMI BEACH REST WISHES for a 5RY HAPPY PASSOVER CLIFF GORDON "The Friendly Store" 849 8. Miami Ave. PASSOVER GREETINGS To My Jewish Friends TOM WOODS J. 6. McCRORY CO. 23 E. Flagler St. Phone 2.2280 .riiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii" lillllltlltlMlllll PASSOVER GREETINGS A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH MARKOWITZ & RESNICK, Inc. Have Good News to Offer Their Many Friends Time Payments Continued Until Further Notice Thousands of Dollars Available for Home Improvements DO YOU WANT A NEW HOME? We Can Help You PHONE 2-3153—2-3154 Illustrated Circulars and Representative Sent Upon Request 839 W. FLAGLER ST. MARKOWITZ & RESNICK, Inc. (APT. TOM AND THE EMPLOYEES OF CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART Extend to Their Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER L IU t"^ ll.lt Ring & Mahony j CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS The Finest of Fresh Sea Foods caught by our own boats daily at attractively low prices. All handled in observance of sanitary rules and regulations. Biscayne Blcljr. MIAMI. FLA. ;•• We Wish for Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers A HAPPY PASSOVER FREEMAN & SONS, Inc. REO DISTRIBUTORS PASSENGER CARS — MOTOR COACHES — TRUCKS < IIIIIIIII ilium i HllliriilM'lHllMtlllHH MIAMI Phone 2-3101 JACKSONVILLE Phone 5-1228 X I



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Page Twelve THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 3. m 'I A will Society beautiful traditional be observed Monday "Mashgiach Tmidi," having been named and the hotel being under the supervision of Rabbi David I. Sader Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congrei"'ght, Ka tion, Miami Beach. Reservations April 6th, and Tuesday night, April may a ] s „ i„, ma de for the entire 7th, at the Biscayne-Collins Hotel, p aM0V er week. .Miami Beach, with a prominent Miamian conducting the ritual servA meeting for the election of ofice. The hotel is under the fame fj cers ,., ll( | the transaction of other Madorsky management as the faimportant business will be held by mous Riverside Hotel at Mt. Clem;h|i sisterhood and Chesed sin! ens, Mich. Reservations may be Ernes on Wednesday evening, April made foi the entire Passover week ,.-„),_ .,, Beth David Talmud T or for the Sader nights, for which Hal j_ xn mem bers are urged to very reasonable rates will prevail. Btten d, \ report for the entire year will be given by the offi Leonard Rose, L7-year-old .-on of am j newa ,,f importance will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of this ann ounced. Plans for the formal c'ty. %  %  • %  a pupil of the famous dedication of the chapel which the cellist, Felix Salmond, at the Cursisterhood is erecting will be acted tis Institute of Music in Philadel,,„ .„ tnia mee ting. phia, this week declined appointment a. Hist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Leonard, who is the youngest musician to be offered such a post, was recommended by the world-famous violin virtuoso, Efrem Zimbalist, but declined at the advice of his instructor, who insisted that Leonard continue his studies at the institute for several years more. Devotion to the Marine Corp-. Cantor Nathan Wroobel of Beth a Bpirit which transcends all perDavid Synagogue will direct the sona CO nsdirations on the pan of entire Sader ritual at Bitter's Hojtg pnaani an< j former personnel, tel Miami Beach Monday night, provWe thl inspiring theme of in the leading feminine role with Jimmy Ellison featured in the part of A vies' buddy. r by Brooklyn, the girl who had ••missed too many boats." Mirth and melody blend as Ted Lewis weaves magic melodies in "Here Comes the Band." the musical romance starting Sunday at the Seventh Avenue theatre. A dramatic story dealing with unions of an army band, a young composer, a stolen song and :,.,] !asuit that restores it %  l'JJi to him, the new picture is PSC L with lilting song hits and roll." ing comedy. Through it run 5 fj love story with Harry Stock* singing stage star of -\ s jT sands Cheer," and beautiful \' ginia Bruce in the romantic 1 at tk*• loviefl Summed up in a few words. "The LeatherneckHave Landed" is the of what happened to Woody I 'a. is aft i %  ,kicked out of the service as the result of the death of a buddy in a cafe brawl, and the long, hard road he had to take to make a comeback, aided Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER JAMES HOTEL 302 S. Miami Ave. MIAMI April 6th, and Tuesday night, April 7th, with the traditional beautiful Seder service being strictly obg un day. •The Leathernecks Have Landed," which comes to the Tivoli theatre served. Every effort is being made to make this Sader observance as beautiful and interesting as possible in conformity with the holiday spirit. Ritter's Hotel will provide their usual fine Jewish holiday cuisine under the direction of Cantor Wroobel, who is also the Lew Ayrei Is starred as a Marine who has a way with the women. Isabel Jewell will be seen GREETINGS JOSEPH P. McGHAN FUNERAL HOME 1923 S. \Y. sth St. SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER To My Jewish Friends j : %  : j CLEMENT L.THEED | Justice of the Peace Best Wi-hes Eor A HAPPY PASSOVER To All My Jewish Friends ROLLINS GARAGE 1 16 N. W. Fifth St. Phone 2-.'i IT Return Engagement ( ,f THE PRIZE-WINNING MOTION PICTURE OF PALESTINE Th.Thrllllncly Tru.Btory .,t IV< l>ls FRIDAY and SATURDAY April 3rd and 1th PLAZA THEATRE Miami Heach. South HERE'S A GRAND NEW S6uphup4 THE PALMER QUILTED MATTRESS %  \ Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER | : THE LITTLE FARM | POULTRY-PRODUCE |'j 8370 Biseayne Blvd. MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER HEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance and Annuities I'll Firs! National Rank Bldg Rhone 2-1129 DADE REFRIGERATING CO.. Inc. 2111 North Miami Ave. Complete Refrigerating Service Prick Refrigerating Machinery and Equipment Holcomb & Hoke Refrigeratoi and Displaj Cases Rhone. Day: 2-7868 iPhones, Night: 2-5629—2-732 PASSOVER GREETINGS • I MIAMI BEACH j ABSTRACT & TITLE j COMPANY, INC j COMPLETE ABSTRACT ANDi TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE! iMfgev-"' T*** V WvJM "^ %  KSsut %  i w | THE ONLY ABSTRACT I PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Building Sincere Greetings and Best Wishes on Passover W. CECIL Watson Candidate for Clerk of the Criminal :•: Court of Dade County ""'• v l %  Pare this new Quilted Mattress with ventional tufted and tuftless mattress,..to see that it is a grand r>ew sleep invention Without a single hard tuft, it is quilted with %  mile ..i thread and 38,466 Btitches. No wonder the filling ma'"'''"' ,; "" ""'• or lump, it is held permanently in plac tnat means, you neV er have to turn this mattress unless you wish "'• %  < %  %  this new .milled mattress now, because for restful sleep "" bl-inga health and beauty, the top of vour mattress must be smooth and even quilted ami not tufted. A RED CROSS MATTRESS PRODUCT a 100 NORTH MIAMI AVE. zour Credit Is Good Here



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Friday, April 3, 1936 Derby Trials At Flagler Track With 24 of the track's outstandI ine jrrcyhounds entered, qualifying I trials for the annual $1,000 West piagler Derby ffot underway at the Idowntown oval this week, trial I }„. a ts beinjf held Wednesday, IThursday and Friday nights. The L,.,iu finals will be run Tuesday laud Wednesday, April 7 and 8, and the rich stake itself on closing I night, Friday, April 10. Big Laddie, Nigger Haft, RoughI, Pete, Wayne King, Frank ; an, Fil's Winner, Slug Del| vin, Catherine Darling and Ridge I are included among the toptars nf the track that are I d in the stake, one of three I ( nts on the regular schedule | downtown track. he qualifying heats are run [over the three-eightha-mile route ie big event over the BevenI the, distances that will inach hound plenty of chance | i e his worth. The three dogs finishing last are •liminated in the first two trial ind two will go by the wayi the third heat. Four hounds [drop out in each of the two semifinals, leaving eight for the final April 10 that will determine Florida's outstanding greyhound of Ithe year. Other nominees in the rich stake Iinclude: Jersey Red, Keen, Lord Lister, Rosanna, Haft's Lady, NeCash, Danny Grey, Shadow THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Thirteen Flagler Derby Favorites Big Laddie, Frank Jones' sensational racer, and Frank Lonergan, BCe router of Jess Bingham's Btring of speedsters, prime early favorites in the annual (1,000 West Flagler Kennel Club Derby, the greyhound Classic of Southern dog tracks. Society Mr. Louis Jacobskind, pioneer Jewish dairyman of this area, will again serve his customers and the general Jewish public with strictly kosher dairy Passover products containing a full line of butter, sweet and sour cream, milk and cottage cheese manufactured under the strict supervision of Rabbi David I. Kosenbloom and Rabbi Julius Washer. A mashgiach named by them will be in residence at the dairy during the entire week. Each package and bottle will bear the signatures of the Rabbis to insure that the properly supervised products are being sold. The Palatial Kosher Restaurant will again have Rabbi .Max Shapiro of lieth David Congregation direct the entire Sader ritual at the Sader services Monday night, April 6th, and Tuesday night, April 7th. The beautiful traditional Sader service will be observed in all details with the splendid food for which Pagan's Palatial Kosher Restaurant is famous being served. All are urged to make immediate reservations because of limited space. Reservations may also be made for the entire Passover week as well as for the Sader nights. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminim iiiiiiiimiiini i MIIIIIMIMII.H n BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER Brook, Wandering Sail, Never Late. Peppy Pete, Spanish Lad, Tip's Son and Kit's Image, every one a star in his own right and a group of speedsters unsurpassed at any track in the country. A Kosheren and Praylichen Pesach MR. AND MRS. JACK HIRSCH And Son, Selig PASSOVER GREETINGS KREBAUM BUILDING MATERIAL CO. 101 S. W. 2nd St. Phone 2-2119 Sam W. Davis of STONEWALL PHARMACY Cor. N. Miami Ave. and 2!)th St. iii'iiit (.it iiinn IIIIIII nil unit A HAPPY PASSOVER %  VW.".W.% EAST COAST MATTRESS & UPHOLSTERING CO. Furniture Repaired and Refinished Mattresses Renovated and Made to Order 984 S. \Y. Eighth St. Phone 2-6232 GREETINGS BEST WISHES ON PASSOVER Renuart Lumber Yards, Inc. "Everything to build anything" LITTLE RIVER BRANCH; Phone Edgewater lliii; (ORAL GABLES OFFICE: Phone Evergreen 555 COCONUT GROVE BRANCH: Phone Bayview 271 MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER riww ww i FLORIDA SUNLANI) FOODS, INC. Tropical Jellies and Marmalades 2221) N. VV. First Court Phone 2-8224 8 THE JERSEY ICE CREAM CO. 244 N. VV. Seventy-Second Terrace Extend to All Their Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER ^IIHIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiii iiiimmmiiiiMimi ig = 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 s The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables 'iiimmiii II i i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn i?f f! Awnings, Venetian Blinds I n, i v..i II Bom FBOM Run urn Si •• OIK PRICKS ABB CHEAPER THOMAS AWNING CO., Inc. 3648 N. K. 2nd AM-. Phime 2-2560 i. __.<^wSsLw uiusr.M.t ..,..*$ — l.j • W. fai Marl — 1 u-its 2-lM



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: %  • Page Fourteen THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, April 3, %  Society The Belvedere Hotel at Miami Beach, founded by the late Ida Fishkind, will observe Passover this year in the usual traditional style. Sader services will be conducted Monday evening, April 6th, and Tuesday evening, April 7th, by a prominent citizen and the beautiful liturgy will be followed in every detail. Reservations are urged for the Passover week or for the Sader nights. A special holiday cuisine will be served. • A spring visitor is Mrs. George Taxi and son, who are the guests Of Mr. and Mrs. A. Taxi of Pittsburgh, Pa., who have bought a home here and intend making this their permanent residence. • Milton Weiner, prominent communal worker and former president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, is now associated with Jenkins Liquor Store on North Miami avenue, carrying a full line of PaSBOVer wines and liquors. Al the Saturday morning aerv: i • imorrow at Beth David Syna. Rabbi Max Shapiro will in Yiddish in observance of Shabboa Hagodol on the Bubji ••our Life I Like That."" Pass will be ual 6 p. m. Monday. Tuesday mon gin ;.! 8:30 a. m. with Cantor Louis Goldberg chanting Rabbi Shapiro will ; on "TinFestival of FreeWherein Freedom." On VVednes lay morning the Rabbi will preach on "A N'ew Fight for Freedom." Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom has named Cantor Kaminsky as the Mashgiach who will be in charge of strictly kosher Passover dairy products f"i the Land 0' Sun dairy at Miami Beach. This dairy, now headed by Mr. K. C. Fogg, Jr., will provide butter, sweet and sour cream, cottage cheese and milk produced under strict dietary requirements to take care of its Jewish trade. Mr. Fogg was a pioBEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER SNEDIGAR & CO., Inc. REAL ESTATE 1910 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES TO ALL for a FREILICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH %  1 1 SHUTTS & BOWEN First National Hank Bids. 1 MIAMI, FLA. iruiiiiiidi-Mniiii I iMilicii tnuiii IXIIIIII nil riiTM neer in this area to provide Jewish customers with their Passover dairy needs. These products may be obtained from route drivers or at Miami Beach groceries or delicatessen stores, and will bear labels with the Rabbi's name. • Tomorrow afternoon preceding the Mincha service Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will preach at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, on "A Pipulic Discourse" in observance of Shabbos Hagodol. Passover will be ushered in at 6 p. m. Monday night by Cantor Maurice Mamches, who will chant all holiday services. Monday morning the traditional Siyom Habchorim will be conducted at 7:30 and 8:30 a. m., at which all first born sons are urged to be present. Tuesday morning Rabbi Rosenbloom will preach in English on "Freedom as the Jew Understands It." Wednesday morning the Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on "The Symbol of the Four Cups of Wine." THE LA FRANCE School of Beauty Culture 11 N. E. First Ave. i [Second FloorJ Jp I Phone 8.8721 ^ •.•.•. %  %  .•. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  .•.•. %  .•. %  • % % %  • % % % %  THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 EUCLID AVE. MIAMI BEACH Founded by the Late Mrs. Ida Fishkin (First to Bring a Kosher Hotel to Miami) Will Be Open for the Traditional Sader Monday. April 6th—Tuesday, April 7th and the ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK REASONABLE RATES PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edward Holt For Strictly Kosher Quality Beef, Veal. Lamb and Poultry at Reasonable Prices Buy From UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth St. Miami Phone 3-2270 OPERATED SOLELY BY MAX DAUM Rabbi B. D. Mindel Is Our Shoched ij BEST WISHES For a Kosheren and Fravlichen Pessach Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Woolfe PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends Mr. and Mrs. W. Randall Becker I BEST WISHES for a "FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH" irWWWWfc MIAMI BEACH PHARMACY, Inc. "Service With a Smile" OPEN DAY AND NIGHT A FULL LINE OF KOSHER PASSOVER WINES ALEX DE BROAG W. B. STOKES Proprietors Washington Ave. at Fifth St. MIAMI BEACH WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS FOB A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH TO ALL OCR JEWISH FRIENDS S S I IS 1 9 B THE PEOPLES WATER AND GAS CO. ^-55^^^ MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA %  : -• %  -. • I s



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BBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBJ Lay, April 3, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Fifteen BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN Rabbi RKLKJIOUS SERVICES SISTERHOOD r j,l;i.. evening services, Temple ,, M mini's Reform Jewish n |37 N. E. l'.'th Btreet, g. .'clock. Dr. Kaplan will L ie Bubject: "The Jewish [l i iristian Interpretation of itorj •" fl,may evening, April 8th, is Services will be held at le at <> o'clock, after lii-h i )s.<. E. Max Goldstein is preparing a delightful program, and every member of the Sisterhood is expected to attend this most important meeting. o GENERAL Three Cities, by Shalom Ash, is among the first along with Salvation by the same author. Jewish Caravan, which is an outstanding compilation of works by famous authors from Bible times to the present. De Vriendt (Joes Home: Arnold Zweig. "The Zionist problem as the central theme in a novel of love, fanaticism, intrigue and murder." As I Know Them: Rebekah Kahut. "This famed Jewish matriarch -peaks for the Jew in America as she has known him. With deep understanding she describes his aspirations and achievements in a human document of intense interest." Step-Children of the World: .Manuel J, Mayer. "The story of an immigrant who escapes a pagrom in Roumania, reaches America, becomes a successful physician, nearly wrecks his life through participation in the World War, (Continued on Page 1>) Some of the new hooks in the library need no introduction. For the others, all of which we recommend for one mood or another, we are publishing here a short blurb. These are for adults. J. A. MASSIF: Safe, (iun and Lock Works 630 S. Miami Avc. 1'honr 2-T67 Aulumohile Lock Sprrialisla Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER Judge Henry L. Oppenborn 40th and 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. I.T.. Icted inday i i i he fc services for the children in Sunday morning in Hall. All children are exio he at the School this morning, and at the Temlesday morning at the which begin at 11 o'clock. Ilowing children from the LLVIN WALDER Invites You to Visit Him at the 'Aye.JJr\UTO, fiAD/OX c'SAlfStSS.QWCE / x ^/333M£. Al to and House RADIOS Ml TERMS •mall Down Payment* • 1'hilco Drlco • KCA Victor Motorola Make Your Reservations Now! PASSOVER SEDARIM Beginning April 6th And the Entire Week of Passover, at KRAEMER'S Strictly Kosher Restaurant 361 COLLINS AVE. Miami Reach VERY REASONABLE PRICES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Lewis-Freel Distributing Co. Distributors of HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE SHEFFORD CHEESES KEEBLER CRACKERS 101 N. \V. First Court Phone 2-21 11 i i i HIIIIII nun iiiiiintiiiimiiMitmmii uiimiii! "" PASSOVER GREETINGS SEABOARD SMOKE SHOP & LIQUOR STORE 724 N. W. 22nd St.—Opposite Seaboard Station A. G. "BUD" SHIVERS, Mgr. LAFAYETTE BAR and LIQUOR STORE 137 W. Flagler St. \ <;. "BUD" SHIVERS GEO. P. CORELL Miami's Largest Bar and Most Complete Line of Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors All Advertised Prices Met Glvs l' a Trial Phone 2-99-.'> And Be Convinced I u mm i I 7 "•MIMMH I itH IWI HIIIIII I in The Makers of THAT GOOD Moon Kist Ice Cream Extend Best Wishes for a FKEILK HEN AND KOSHEREN PASSOVER Royal Palm Creamery (Incorporated) PHONE 2-1378 "' mill iiiMliiiiiiitmiiiii A FREILICHEN and KOSHEREN PESACH • RAY MILLER Tax Assessor MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER With all the traditions of the Seder ritual And a service and cuisine as only at the Alamac. Your hosts, The "^Family lacofo 1st Seder. Mnn., April 6 2nd Seder. .TUC.H.. April 7 Cellini And I3!h, Miami Reach Reservation!! 5-2959 YOUR CHOICE OF THE FINEST WESTERNKOSHER MEATS AND FRESH KILLED POULTRY At i PHIL R0MER" FLORIDA'S FOREMOST KOSHER BUTCHER At SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET 436 Collins Ave. Miami Reach Phone 5*8552 I fcy tM-sjs**M t>-|a*--^ ^ OUR SINCERE WISHES for a FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH 1 To Our Jewish Friends FARRIS & CO REEF PACKERS 25 N. E. 27th St. Miami, Florida Phone 2-1725 HOME OFFICE AND PLANT: 2116 West Beaver St. Jacksonville, Florida When we sell you Kosher Reef, you know it's Kosher beyond a doubt IT'S STAMPED AND TAGGED ASK YOUR RARRI! **tm*, 0f*^^+,+t**+**+i**i**++ **** m **+ *m *+ti ^f*0>+i+^+ mmmm> 0im^ti0m m t m % | I



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Page Sixteen THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, April 3, 19s Religion Through Art (Continued from Pajre 4) f!"m the family gathering, to a, certain extent, to provide a great, heroic survey of the ra of the Hebrewin the land of Egypt, and of their liberation. Incident occurring in Egypt are presented graphically and dramatically. We ; have a chorus of Egyptians, a chorus of Israelites, Pharaoh, MoMI and the Voice of God, the latter beirnr represented by a chorus singing in unison behind the scenes. The five wise men — each of whom receives his individual characterization: Eliezer the stern, Joshua the gentle and forgiving, etc.—connect their discussion and their narration of legends with the event! that take place. Thus the fourth, fifth and sixth parts of our work constitute a great historical portrait falling into three sections in accordance with the Seder ritual as prescribed by Rabbi Gamaliol. The fourth part, Maror, portrays the sufferings in Egypt; the fifth part, Pesach, shows the plagues; the sixth part, Matzo, tells of the departure from Egypt and includes the Red Sea scene. Here we make use of the beautiful legend that God interrupted the joyful song of the angels with the words: "Would you rejoice while the creaturca oi My land perish?' S ...... even this national struggle f.i.i. he* on a note of all-embracing hui manity. At the close of the sixth part the disciples summon the wise men to morning prayer, and the music takes on a matutinal mood. The seventh part takes us back to the family group and brings us Beveral important parts of the Seder ritual, such as the song of the kid and the great hymn of praise which brings the work to a close. This seventh part is again childlike and familiar in mood, so that the magnificent and sometimes gloomy historical portrayal of the middle sections is framed in the peaceful joy of the holiday mood and the childlike interchange of questions and answers. The music of Paul Dessau i> highly individual, as he has already shown in the great Palestine film. "Avodah." His composition is vigorous and gripping, unusually mobile in rhythm, and powerfully melodic in many passages. It has given me great happiness to have Paul Dessau as my collaborator. I have seen his "Avodah," directed by the famous Lerski and produced by Boroschek. These three men have together created a great work of art that is worthy of our reconstructive work in Eretz Israel. We expect to have our oratorio completed very shortly. Interested in presenting it are Jewish choirs and orchestras at Tel Aviv, Berlin, Frankfurt. Prague and other cities. We have received many inquiries, but are not expecting to decide definitely on where the premiere ii to take place until the work is fully completed. i pyrighl 1986 by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate-Palcor Agency) My Life as German and Jew: Jacob Wasserman. The Five Books of Mr. Moses: Izak Galler. "A novel which sets forth Jewish character and ideals with admirable humor or and cerity." We will continue to list sit-1 BlMtl books next week. You are all sited to visit the library. Temple Bulletin (Continued from Page 15) but later finds happiness." The Governor of Kattowitz: Graham Seton. "Spy story of the World War." BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AM) PATRONS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI AVE v 19* STREET GEORGE LANGEH And Associates of The Sungas Co. 1100 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-3811 Extend to All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes on Passover SINCERE WISHES To My Jewish Friends for a HAPPY PASSOVER Andrew J. Kavanaugh Director of Public Safety MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE and B1SCAYNE ENGINEERING COMPANY 21X N. E. Second Ave. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER • KINSMAN'S Inc. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Isle of Normandy "Where Food Prices Are Made" MIAMI'S COOLEST AND NEATEST FOOD STORES 1463 S. W. 8th St. No. Miami Ave. and 19th Si. assail PASSOVER GREETINGS ALL COWS ON PERRY'S DAIRY ARE GOVERNMENT TESTED He Sure Your Milk Is From Government Tested Cowa FRESH YARD EGGS From Our Own Farm PERRY'S DAIRY 626 N. W. Kith St. Phone 2-7221 :| n f **/*** ** *** ** M w orf%i For the Choicest in STRICTLY KOSHER BEEF, VEAL. LAMB AM) FRESH KILLED POULTRY We Extend (he Hand of Good Fellowship to All on PASSOVER HUNTER LYON Incorporated GENERAL AGENT Security Huildim; Phone 2-8437 MIAMI. FLORIDA At Ail Times Buy at WALDORF'S STAR KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKET 237 N. W. Fifth Street Phone 3-2297 r ENJOY A REAL TRADITIONAL SADER "THE HOUSE OF ABRAMS" 302 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES Will Conduct the Ritual Reservations Accepted for the Sader or for the Entire Passover Week Phone 5-1072 n """ """"""""""''•i'i'iiiiiniiitmiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimntiiiiiiii(MiitiMii GREETINGS THE MOST FOR YOl R MONEY AT JOES TIRE SHOP SERVICE WITH A SMILE The Best Courteous Service in Town HIS N. W. Seventh Ave. 'I IIIII1IIHIMIHMII imimiiiiiiitiiii ( n Miami, Fla. iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii m.



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day, April 8, 1986 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seventeen The Sacrifice ,, ,, ;1 ,is like fiction, yet it L true. This description of a fcoonlfcht scene on Mount jrizim, Palestine, will amaze C, [heBible resuscitated in || u twentieth century. A fasadventure on Passover [ the oldest Palestine— I Palestine <-f today.— I itor. ,.. \m CIVANA een the lamb of sacril t .,l i i the altar. 1 have seen knife of the one who sacrifices d the neck of the neck of al lamb until the rich flows freely on the bund. have heard the wild, primitive t, iU u of triumph as the knife (withdrawn from the neck of the I,,!, of sacrifice. have ->in the last pale reflec| n „f a sacrifice as ordained in Bible nineteen centuries after Temple was laid in ruins. have Been the Paschal sacrifice J tin.maritana upon the sum| ie mountain of blessings, hunt <" rizim. rusalem before sunset. t gun was sinking fast as I }hed %  Ataroth. It was dark Bamallah of the Arabs. The 6iwere out before 1 reached | fell. As I drove into Nabthe cursed hill Kbal I li -scd Gerizim, the moon up. |l must hurry to the hilltop if I : time for the Passover the Samaritans. The I the mountain is long and i he recent rains have I : a series of steps which | ago enabled the weary jrim to ascend more easily the | top of which once stood %  famous temple. I 1 dotted with tents, for itans have left their |mcin the town and have enre for the whole of the I A weird chant irreets L, like the sound of the readers of the Koran in the Mosque of Omar. It grows fuller and louder as I approach a small enclosure where a sight as dramatic as it is unusual unfolds itself. Eight elderly men are lying prone on the ground upon their faces. They rise, hold up their hands towards the heavens and implore mercy upon themselves and upon their people. Then they prosirate themselves again. They are clothed completely in | white and they wear turbans upon their heads. They are bearded, tall, and bear themselves with patriarchal dignity. They are a page from a book of Bible pictures. They are so unreal that you begin i to wonder whether you are Dot imagining the scene, whether you have not been touched by the moon which is now riding triumphantly : through high heaven. It is Hebrew they are chanting, but with an accent so strange that liot a word of it can I make out. It sounds more like Arabic. 1 strain my ears to catch a familiar word, but not one word tan 1 recog. Dize. Their chants are accompanied, .Moslem fashion, by a clapping of hands, now softly, now l-iotously. Only one or two of ihe greybeards hold books in their Lands, written in the ancient script which we find in old monuments. Ine rest listen and clap their hands. But now there is a movement away from the enclosure to another part of the hilltop. The chanting ceases and gives way to the bleating of lambs. A circle is formed and into the center of the circle a number of lambs are brought. A tall, agile Samaritan draws the knife from his belt and waits. The sheep nibble the ground, unaware of the fate that overhangs them. A BtaccatO sentence in Mr queer Hebrew I have been hearing for the last hour, a flash of the knife, another flash, another, and each of the sacrificial sheep falls in its blood upon the ground. A howl goes up to heaven, awful in its savagery, frightening in its primitive abandonment. "God is all-powerful!" "A good year to all of us!" "He delivered us from Egypt!" "Good is the All-knowing" The words that fall from the lips follow after the wild howl of triumph. Meanwhile an enormous pit is being dug in the ground, and at the bottom of the pit branches of the olive tree. More and more branches are brought, until it seems as if the pit were half full Kith them. But, when the sheep that have been sacrificed are lowered into the pti, the wood crackles, snaps and falls back into place. The wood is set ablaze, the pit i covered, and the Paschal Lamb will be roasted whole in this primitive oven in accordance with the Law of Moses. Xow there is a lull in the proceedings. The High Priest has retired into hsi tent. The old High Priest used to tell me of his adventures in the British Museum, of his interviews with Haham Dr. (Continued on Page 18) The Finest of STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Under the Supervision of RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM of Miami Beach RABBI JULIUS WASHER of Miami Will Again Be Provided by The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy 3X20 N. W. Kith SI. Phone Canal 91 MIAMI'S ONLY JKWISII DAIRY For an Enjoyable Passover Make Your Reservations With Biscayne-Collins Hotel Biscayns St. at Collins Avc. MIAMI BEACH Madoraky Management For the Sedorim, April tith and April 71 li, or for the Entire Passover Week. A Prominent Rabbi Will Conduct the Services BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER G & L ROOFING CO. TILE ROOFS A SPECIALTY Asbestos Composition Built Roofs Sheet Metal (raft-men N ovelties Phone Bdgewater 1105 7814 N. E. Fourth Court Miami. Florida W WWWtf VW c.... %  tfWWWWWWWWWVWWWWVh To Make Sure Its REALLY GOOD Demand AUGUST BROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS i 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. .-Nil S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-<)433 ^%^%%".-un,%V.Vr.VVA^A,*, 0 ^A,%V^V^,.%^-.,-,,-a-,%%%-.%VV a u V 0 .V i;i-:sT WISHES for A HAPPY PASSOVER W WW V. S. WELDING AND IRON WORKS 128 \. W. First CoUrt MIAMI V.V.W.V.WJW.V.W.'.".V. To All Our Jewish Friends ? GREETINGS I; For Passover "a T-SQUARE & TRIANGLE CO. ''• ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES jl i I4S Kspanola Way, Miami Beach VWWVWVIrWWWWtAArWB VISIT TIIK RIVERSIDE HOTEL Thr OriftMl Mineral Bath House Under Same Roof ML CLEMENS, MICH. Madoraky Management '.nit.-.-. Strict Kanhrua "> Operating the Biacaynt-Collini Hotel. Miami Beach For QUALITY and KASHRUS Uuy at MALTER'S Kosher Meat and Poultry Market White Oak Leather HALF SOLES 50c LADIES' HEELS 15e Atlantic Shoe Shop 140 N. E. Firat Arena* Opp. Cortex Hotel DRINK. WAGNER BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS for "A FRAYLICHEN AND KOSHEREN PESACH" DO YOU WANT A LOAN? Whether it be for home modernization, or for any other purpose that may help solve your financial problem, see us. We Always Co-Operate THE MORRIS PLAN COMPANY



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Page Eighteen THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Fr 'day, April 3 'I The Sacrifice (Continued from Page IT) Caster, of the sale of ancient Samaritan manuscripts T he new High Priest is less talkative, but he, too, is prepared to be expansive, to tc-11 you about the glorious past of his people, to complain of their unhappy present. For this once mighty people has dwindled into a handful of poor beggars, not Arabs and not Jews, in a country where everyone must be either Arab or Jew. This once mighty people has become a showpeople, attractive because they are like a Genizah fragment, rare, peculiar, a page out of a lost book. And their days are numbered. One hour before midnight. The Samaritans emerge from their tents; that is to say, the men. The women remain concealed in their tents. Slowly, in twos and threes, they walk towards the pit where the lambs are being roasted. The earthen cover is removed and out of the pit comes blinding smoke, making the eyes water and the throat choked. The smoke ra ; way and is lost. One by one the roasted lambs are hauled out of the pit and carried far away to a Epot where they are cleaned and those parts removed and burned in the manner prescribed in Leviticus. Then the share of the priests i carved out of every lamb and made ready for these dignif. C'ohanim .... As midnight approaches the tense excitement which has been felt since the pit was opened becomes more and more obvious. The last part of the mystical riti about to be performed. Every Samaritan feel? lelf to be the last link in a long chain which stretches back to the days when Israel was a pastoral people and the sheep the main source of his wealth. So excited and beside themselves have they become that they cannot be questioned or talked to any The spectator may watch but in silence. One quarter of an hou night. A going and coming to and from the tents. Here a basket full of matzos—not crisp and stiff like the matzos of the rest of the w rid. Soft, limp like the pit::. Arabs. Enormous, each one the size of four of ours. The matzos are placed in the enclosure and the older men squat on their haunches on the ground. Then bitter herbs. And then, in a hushed silence, come the lambs. No knives. No forks. Each man thrusts forward his hand, tears off a mouthful of the sacred meat and eats with a haste that is incredible. But not a scrap may be left ifter midnight. It is so written. Another handful, a piece of AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE MAMSCHEWITZ Brand KOSHER WIN E S nosb nva PORT SHERRY MALAGA TOKAY GRAPE MUSI BEVERAGE AND SUPPLY CO. AH: i. 261 N. W. Twenty-Second St. I'hc.ne 2-*• %  ••—rrJ\ r i?*"vj 1 i %  ,' ^" 1 ^wM Experience Is Our Guide Performance Is Our Boast THE K <> I. I. A TO I! i OMPRBBSOH .... may nillin* |i •> w .r in. U-AII of I -i. .1 back-and-forth action. Reaull more renl lued ami a mechaniam thai i' aim -i everla ting. Only Nortec haa tlw Rollater. cold r..r th-' laboratory ;i;itiri\ <•! <.u nera Improved if. (.••:.iiiy. flexible interior i.rrun^f merit, cont i orM ratlnp %  % %  I clency tin1986 Norm nan every rlirhl to be % %  'I'll. (,. %  • of AH Time." \\ < %  uh you t- srithis i lompare it refrl i itor you v or hoped I i '„or. w :: 2728 N. E. 2nd .\ Ve Cor. 28th St VWWWWWWWVWWtf MIAMI. KI.OKIDA WlniWI W V.WAW V.VMV.V.VAV.VAV.'.V.V.V.V.'.V.V.W.V.V.V, GREETINGS ON PASSOVER BAUER & VVHJTEHEAD IRON WORKS 15 N. E. 17th Terrace .Miami, Florida vwvwww ". %  • %  • ". %  %  .". As Usual the Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N.W. FIFTHS! WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERJ PASSOVER WANT: A complete line of Manischfl witz, Goodman, London, 'I • I witz-.Margareten and Siren | Matzos. Matzo Meal, Noodles, t'nfftts.1 Teas, Sugar, Prunes and Nuts| of all kinds. Spices, Vinegar and Nya Fi! EVERYTHING IN THE| FOOD LINE Make Passover Meals Taste Better PRODUCERS ASS'H PASSOVER t o CO 5 X 3 ">J\ DAIRY PRODUCTS USE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Just as you enJoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, vou will appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when these'delicious and wholesome necessities will he made available to the Jews of Dade and Hroward counties. It is entirely in the spirit of 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 bv us throughout the year. Every letter and principle of Jewish dietary laws is strictly observed, with a maahgiach in residence at the dairy. All religious requirements are under the supervision of • 51SK ?ui V maySffiPyW {elh Jacob (on Miami Beach RAKHI .It l.M S WASHER, Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong DO NOT DELAY ORDER NOW Call, Write or Phone icers Miami Home Milt ProJuc. Association 768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 •Wi_


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 3, 1936

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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Vol. 9No. M
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL S, 1986
Price Five Ceats
The World's
Window
PASSOVERTIME"
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
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I be prosecuted.

In the Talmudic tractate of Pe-
chim (Fol. 81)) the following
iragraph is to be read. "In Jeru-
lem there are no fruits as ex-
llent as those on the shore of
h in order that the Pil-
ima might not say: had we come
ly tii eat the excellent fruits, it
krald have sufficed us. For had
en so the pilgrimage would
it have been undertaken for its
m sake. Similarly in Jerusalem
ere arc no hot springs like those
Tiberias in order that the pil-
ims might not say: had we come
ly to bathe in the hot springs, it
>uld have sufficed us. For had
is been bo the pilgrimage would
t have been undertaken for its
n sake."
Germans used to say espe-
ly during the war that it was
the essence of their national
er to do a thing for its own
. They were bitter even then
Bins! the Jewish people for what
5 called the Jewish avidity for
that is, for utilitarian pur-
ess, for an arid practical-
. Like all Anti-Semitic accusa-
n8 this one is as topsy-turvy as
9 in "Alice in Wonderland." Of
aily every Anti-Semitic accusa-
li tin contrary is true. We are
used of avarice and are prodi-
: we arc accused of hanging to-
r and are disgusting and dis-
wi anglers and brawlers;
are accused of hard practicality
are bo moon-struck with in-
idual theorizing and cliquish
rty tenacities that we cannot
ike political compromises even
en it is necessary to save our i
, lives, as witness the secession !
the Revisionists and the anti-
I stine innuendos within Ameri- .
i factions.
But this ideological factionalism,
>ugh it is three-fourths stiff- '
Ekedness and the self-assertive-
18 of wounded natures, is one-
nth an empirical distortion of
divinely high principle enun-
ted in the above Gemara of Pe-
:him. The pilgrimage must be
dertaken for its own sake. The
mnand is unconditioned. The act
ist be utterly pure. Purpose
i-t be by-product; utility must ,
by-product even as in art or
any other high human activity
:cess and effectiveness must be j
roducts and perfection must be i
only aim.
ns paradox of the moral life,
ich is the very core and center |
all life has, of course, been j
inciated by the high spirits of |
ry civilization. It has been
.inciated by no one oftener and
re impressively than by our
s and sages. Over and over
n we hear concerning the ab- i
command and the utter
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World
Change of Front?
That the German Society of
Miami, with an honorable, en-
viable reputation, should ever
become tainted with Nazi-ism
seemed to be impossible. It there-
fore comes as a shock to law-
abiding citizens of this commu-
nity that at the last meeting of
the German Society on March
2(th, for the first time in its
history, the "swastika" was dis-
played. It is of additional in-
terest that there were sufficient
non-Jewish members of the or-
ganization (the German Society
has a number of Jewish mem-
bers) curtailed their remarks as
a protest to the action of the of-
ficers and that the organization
was sufficiently decent to pre-
vent the singing of the infa-
mous "Horst Weasel" hymn.
We believe there is no room in
this community or in the entire
State of Florida for any organi-
zation which will so lower itself
as to display the emblem of hate,
discord and un-Americanism. We
in Florida have always lived as
American citizens, have worked
with each other as civic minded
men and women, regardless of
creed or belief, and we propose
to so conduct and behave our-
selves in the future. We feel
there are sufficient decent, self-
respecting German citizens in
this community who desire to do
the same thing and who will ve-
hemently by their action put an
end to display of emblems of
hate which cannot help but stir
up strife in a community of law-
abiding and behaving citizens.
This exhibition on the part of
the German Society is not alone
surprising, but is rather astound-
ing. We await the results with
confidence.
But while thus awaiting the
result with confidence we feel
that our local Jewish organiza-
tiona could, with profit to them-
selves and others of the general
community, begin a campaign ol
education. We suggest that the
exhibition of un-American ac-
tivities which is now being held
Passover Leave
Granted Jews
Philadelphia (WNS) Passover
furloughs for soldiers, sailors and
marines of the Jewish faith have
been granted by the War ami Navy
Departments beginning at noon on
April 6th and ending midnight
Wednesday, April 8th, it was an-
nounced here by Dr. Cyrus Adler,
chairman of the Army and Navy
Committee of the Jewish Welfare
Board. Similar furloughs have
been granted to Jews in the Civil-
ian Conservation Corps, the Coast
Guard and the hospitals for dis-
abled veterans. The Jewish Wel-
fare Board has arranged for the
distribution of matzoths, Hagga-
dalis and seder services at all army
posts, naval stations and at out-
lying points in China, Manila,
Panama and Hawaii.
in New York, and which will
shortly be en tour, could be
I"i.in;hi to Miami and shown here
with splendid results.
LUDWIG LEWISOHN PICKS 10
GREATEST LIVING JEWS
Windsor, Ont. (WNS)The ten
greatest living Jews, the first four
of whom rank as geniuses of the
first order, have been named by Dr.
I.udwig Lewisohn, distinguished
author and leader of Jewish
thought in America, as the follow-
ing: Albert Einstein, physicist;
Sigmund Freud, psychologist;
Henri Bergson, philosopher; Mar-
tin Buber, religious philosopher;
Chaim Weizmann, chemist and
Zionist leader; Bernard Zondok,
gynecologist; Shalom Asch, Yid-
dish author; Stephen S. Wise, re-
igious leader; Louis I). Brandeis,
Justice of the United States Su-
preme Court; and Arnold Schoen-
berg, composer.
JEWISH JUDGE FINDS "EVIL
EYE" NO INGREDIENT OF
KNISCHES
New York (WNS)Magistrate
Adolph Stern is a good Jew and
at such he probably enjoys a plat-
ter of knisches. lie probably also
knows that magic and the evil eye
have never been known to be in-
gredients Of this famous Jewish
dish. Hence he was rightfully in-
dignanl when .Mis. Genevieve Bene-
dict came into Harlem Court com-
plaining that Mrs. Mary Kalinsky
i ail damaged her (Mrs. Benedict's)
knische business by exercising an
evil eye over it. After listening
to counsel for the rival knische
dealers argue, Magistrate Stern
dismissed the case. At this writ-
ing there was no confirmation of
the report that his judgment was
influenced by a desire to sample
Some Of the knisches.
GETS SUSPENDED SENTENCE
AFTER CONVICTION FOR RE-
MOVING GERMAN LABELS
New York (WNS)Found guilty
uf violating the Federal law which
prohibits the removal of markings
of origin on foreign goods, W.
Sidney Bergman, owner of the
Cinderella Toy Shop, 846 Flat-
bush avenue, Brooklyn, escaped
with a suspended sentence. Fed-
eral Judge Grover M. Moskowitz
sharply reproved Bergman and re-
leased on probation for six months.
Bergman had been found guilty
of removing the "made in tier-
many" labels from 157 cartons of
Christmas tree ornaments.
WILLIAM ROSENWALD'S WIFE
TO SUE FOR DIVORCE
Reno, Nev. (WNS) William
Rosenwald, youngest son of the
late Julius Rosenwlad, will prob-
ably be sued for divorce by his
Wife, the former Rente Scharf of
Vienna, it was learned here when
Mrs. Rosenwald established a Reno
residence ami retained counsel.
The Rosenwalds were married on
February 12, 1928. Mr. Rosenwald
is co-chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee's national
campaign.


rage Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April :(, icj;k
Because of the Passover holidays
the April meeting of Temple Israel
Sisterhood, which was to have been
held next Monday, will be held this
afternoon, Friday, April 3rd, at
2:.'iu o'clock, when the nominating
committee, headed by Mrs. J. A.
Richtcr as chairman, will present
its report. Election of officers for
the coming term will follow. All
members are urged to attend. An
interesting program will be pre-
sented under the direction of Mrs.
E. Max Goldstein, program chair-
man.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fcldman
are receiving congratulations on
ike birth of a baby daughter at the
Victoria Hospital last Saturday
babj will be named at
a ceremony tomorrow morning at
lewish Orthodox Con-
Mother and baby arc
doing nicely. Mrs. Feldman is the
daughtei of Dr. and Mrs. Charies
Tannenbaum of this city.
The Group will continue its
Saturday afternoon meeting all
through the month of April. This
lj at 2:30 p. m. Charles 11.
(,. well known lecturer, will
in 1 he World We Live In."
nday and Tuesday evenings The
1 up will observe Seder services
'115 <' 'llins avenue. Dr. Abra-
Wolfson, chairman of The
Group, will conduct the traditional
i:i Hebrew and English.
Mr. and M s. Bernard Spoon;
mncc the marriage of their
daughter, Sclma Ruth, to Dr.
Michael Winokur of Philadelphia,
Pa. Mis i Spoont is a graduate of
the University of Miami, and was
in! i\ u in local -li wish circles. Dr.
Winokur is a graduate of Temple
crsity Dental College.
* #
i; ausc of the closeness of the
day the card party scheduled
night was postponed and
will be held next Wednesday eve- c,vi..ck. under the direction of Rab-
ning, April 8th, at the home of Mrs. (li M:|X ghapiro, who will be as-
Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. First gigted bv ,|. Talmud Toral
-t. Hostesses for the .veiling will Sunday Bchool Btaff. Mr. and Mrs.
be Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Jack [gnatz wi,i wjll be hosts and pro-
I SOCIETY P
Hotel Evans, at Tenth and Col-
lins, Miami Beach, under the same
management as the Notel Evans
at Loch Sheldrake, N. Y.f will af.
ford Miamians an opportunity to
observe the holiday of Passover in
traditional lpi|-it. A prominent
e urged to at- j cantor will conduct the beautiful
Sader ritual Monday night, April
Gth, and Tuesday night, April 7th
and the famous cuisine of the Ho-
the last time local Jew, te| wjn a(j,i to the holiday spirit.
.., 11 the opportunity of Arrangements may also be made
seeing the world famous "Land of Promia the picture which Jew- ervati0ni are suggested imm,..
diately.
be made and all ar
tend.
local Jews

the picture which Jew- ervations
and......-Jewish critics through-
u; the world acclaimed. The pic
Burdine's Jewish section on the fourth floor of its main store i
attracting favorable attention and many visitor- with it- Passover
display. A complete Sader table has been set, as shown above, with
the traditional nines, matzor and other requisites, including the Hag-
godoh. Wine is shon lor display purposes only, no wine being !
bj Burdine's. A \i-it to the Jewish section with its many traditional
ceremonial objects. Looks and Palestinian articles, is of greal educa-
I ilal value, and man) are bringing their children to acquaint them
with these ceremonial objects for the home and synagogue.
soring a card party at the Talmud
Torah Hall on Wednesday e -
15th, which is the final e^ in
of tlie cut rent season, Priz w i';
! awarded for hiph >c ites and re-
freshments will be served. Host
for I i ening are Met It
J, Engler, S il Greif an I H
vis. The public is urged lo at-
tend.
Bi h David Tali iuo T iro anl
Sunday school will hold its annual
children".- Sader at the Talmud To-
rah Hall on Sunday morning of
Choi Hamoed, April 12th, at I"
and Mrs. .1. L. Shochet.
Prizes will be awarded for high
and refreshments will be
The public is urged to at-
The Workmen's Circli
a gala meeting at the Beth
David 'lain.ml Tore
evening, April 5th, beginning at
8:30 o'clock, to welcome the wi li
known social
.. |i !. Joseph Baskin, who i- na-
I ii nal general sect etarj of the
Workmen's t lit cle of America. Mr.
n is a well known v.
orator and will bring a n
importance to the Jew of
i a. Xo charge c: any kind will
turu is the first authentic portrayal
transition of a land that was
that is teem-
ing with industry and the .-pun ol
i ,-awakenim ->' PePle-
The golden voici of David Ross
tells the storj of Palestine of old
rotation.
i i Palestine,
. halutzim,
and one scene showing the famous
H n : ii the famous
Hebrew University at Mt. Scopus ,
are only portions of what is shown.
In addition to this famous picture,
,nal feature pictun
[)( n't G Pi rsonal," starring Sal-
ly Eilers and Jimmy Dunn, is be-
hown and the usual ad
a es are being made.
Plaza Theatre at Miami Beach will
' thi\^utheUSstaoithe HERE COMES THE BAND
ow, which is the last ol tne "
. which he-
Sun.-.Mon.-Tues., April 5-6-7
Lew Ayres
Isabel Jewell
THE LEATHERNECKS
HAVE LANDED
?7.K AVENUE
Sun.-Mon., April 5-6
Ted LewisTed Heal)
Virginia Bruce
f g.....lies for the children.
DR. A. It. HIXTERPDHI.
Mudt'in Therapeutics, Palnleu
Bloodleu Removal <>f Tonsils
Mr nun rhoMa, Ptnale Diaordere-
10(> Congress Bldg.
phone I 191i
and
and
?Sr
\s c Are Verj Happj to Vnnounce
BEAUTIFUL SADER SERVICES
Will Be Conducted bj
:: \i;iii MAX SHAPIRO
i : Beth 1 >a\ id Cong, on
B h Nights at
PAGAN'S
u. i___I
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
2:,b N. E. SECOND STREET
Breakfast, Luncheon and DinnerAlso a la Carte
% SPECIAL PRICES POR THE ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
| Phone 2-9869


tend.
The chapel being elected at the
Jewish section of the Woodlawn
Cemetery is fast nearing comple-
tion. A formal dedication will be
held soon, di tails of which will be
announced in the Jewish Floridian.
The building is being erected by
the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel
Ernes and the committee in charge
consists of Mr. .Manuel Rippa,
chairman; sol Schwartz, Morris
Kotkin, W. Blutstein, Morris Kot-
kin, Sarah Stone, M. Bernstein and
Charles Goldstein.
*
Beth David Sisterhood is spon-
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A HAPPY
PASSOVER
LOSEY
The Florist
1516 N. W. 28th St.
Phone 2-1558
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Burdine's
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FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1936
Vol. 9No. 14
Are We Free?
In these days of modernism, of vaunted liberalism, of
so-called freedom from fetishes and bonds of traditions, we
wonder whether we, the- Jewish people, are truly "bnai eho-
nn." free sons.
Perhaps as men and women who are not physically en-
s'aved in this country we may be considered free, but this
we submit is rather a very limited, very stifled conception
of freedom.
Much noise was created in the past week because of the
undiplomatic use of phrases or words which could be wrongly
understood, appearing in a criticism of Al Jolson in a picture
-houii in .Miami last week. Perhaps Mr. Hay of the Miami
Herald in his caustic remarks could have accomplished the
same purpose without reference to Tel Aviv. But why there
should have been an outburst on the part of overzealous com-
patriots, or why the Jewish people should consider this so
important a cause to rally behind the banner of one who h;is
not been too important in Jewish ranks is frankly beyond us.
Why Mr. Hay should have been termed a "Hitler" by some
is beyond human comprehension. Of course, it gave some
people an opportunity to once more sonorously declaim that
the Jewish people are not a race, but a religious faith. It
seema that our people have not yet learned the futility ol
"Deutschen als dem Mosaaichen glauben" (Germans of Mo-
saic faith). That phrase for so many years was the slogan
of the German Jews ... a slogan that governed them above
all else and the very same slogan which today haunts
and plagues them every moment of the twenty-four hours
of the day. Let us hope that true American Jews will never
prab this fetish of the German Jew. but will be truly bnai
chorin" and trulv free of this contemptible misapprehension.
We wonder whether it is a true sign of freedom for those
high in the life of the Jewish community to find no other
time to enlist in the worthy cause of charity, than to appear
on the streets on a Saturday (the Sabbath that has kept the
Jew together throughout the ages) for the purpose of taking
part in a tag day.
We wonder whether it is a true sign of I reedom for a
Jew to accept for sale property "For Gentiles Only because
there mav be a commission in it for him, though acting as
agent he "must sacrifice every bit of self-respect and human
decency. ..
We wonder whether it is a sign of real freedom for those
In (he employ of the Jewish community to openly flaunt tneir
disregard of Jewish laws, to laugh at Kashrus or the attempts
to observe it on the part of sincere Jews, though they hesi-
tate not to solicit the synagogues for funds out of which tneir
salaries are paid. ..
Or is it a sign of freedom, of liberality, to laugh at the
age-old custom of "Maos Chitim," and say that the rest ot
the year is just the same? .
When, oh, when, will our Jews begin to believe and to
realize that true freedom comes only when one lives his own
lire, his own convictions? Our Jews will have reached that
true pinnacle of real understanding of the essence of freedom
onlv when they have become permeated with the thougni ana
the will to act in the thought that only as Jews can they at-
tain true freedom. Onlv by emulating today the true spirit
in which thev were liberated from a life of enslavement in
Egypt of old. can they hope to attain sincere freedom and
truly and honestly attain the right to be termed bnai
chorin."
(Continued from Page 1)
purity of kevana, of intention, with
which the command is to tin em-
braced and obeyed.
In every age men have hungered
and thirsted after liberation; in
every age Israel has hungered ami
thirsted after its own Bpecific lib-
eration, after its setting- free from
Mizraim, eternal symbol of the
house of bondage. And there were
times when the house of bondage
could indeed be interpreted as
meaning some actual house of
bondage in the empirical world, like
the old Russia or the Czars. But
except to the utterly blind or the
utterly corruptcorrupted by the
vain shows and fallacies of some
market-placethere can be no such
concrete embodiments of the house
of bondage today. As there is but
one Jewish people so there is but
one Jewish problem. Anti-Semi-
tism and oppression, degradation
and enforced hunger and strikes
and murderthese are the symp-
toms of the diseases and sins of
the gentile world. The Jewish
problem is the problem of the self-
liberation, of the self-emancipation
of the Jewish people. Are we set-
ting out upon our pilgrimage to-
ward this goal and this goal alone
with purpose utterly pure and
minds divinely single or are we
not? Are we thinking of the fruits
we shall taste and the healing
waters m which we shall bathe or
are our souls set singly and wholly
upon our pilgrimage to the Jeru-
salem of our liberation and re-
demption '.'
No, this is not mere ideology or
maggiduth. Think not of the Leg-
islative Council in Palestine. Think
only of your sacrificial singleness
of purpose in giving all you are
and have toward the upbuilding of
bretz VIsrael. Think not of the
Arabs (except scrupulously to do
them no injustice), but think ol
the way of redemption that lies in
j and tnrough Palestine and what
With utter singleness of purpose
you are doing to extend our hold-
ings by one dunam and what you
are doing toward the liberation of
some other Jewish soul in the land.
Dismiss all fears and all thoughts
of reward or of success or failure
and go upon this pilgrimage of
liberation of the Jewish people in
utter purity of purpose and as the
answer to an absolute, to an un-
conditioned command. Neither man
nor people has ever or can ever
gain his or its life without being
willing to lose it or has ever
reached the goal of any pilgrimage
while thinking of the flavor of the
fruits or the healing of the springs
of any Tiberias on earth.
Thomas Mann is fond of saying
that everything great comes into
Tidbits From Everywhere
By PIIINEAS .1. BIRON
Although the ORT-JDC deal was
begun quite a few months ago,
Zionists will say that it was a
strategic move to get more money
from a community chest for the
JDC. This because the ORT
money from the community chests
will go automatically to the JDC.
. One of the outstanding Zion-
ists explains privately that the
parity issue between the UPA and
the JDC is no issue at all. .
Every Jewish community must re-
tain its freedom to decide where
it wants its money to go and if
the JDC has more influence in
some community chests it is only
logical that it should try to get
as much as it can, is the way this
Zionist puts it. This will not,
however, prevent the Zionists from
continuing their cry for parity. .
Incidentally many people are very
curious to know who will be Morris
| Rothenberg's successor as prexy of
the Zionist Organization. ... It is
generally known that M. R. pledged
himself at the last Atlantic City
convention not to be a candidate
in 1936. The New York Zionist
being by grace of and "in spite of."
Trotzdom! It is not our obstacles
that will undo us; it is our dis-
union, the sloth of our hearts, the
yielding to the arguments and al-
lurements of that miserable world
of war and trade and politics and
injustice and hunger amid plenty
and murder and liquidation that
surrounds us in the West and
which by what it is has lost all
rights to any moral allegiance
irom any soul that is >till free
and clean.
That world, being peopled by
men, by children of Adam, has not
and cannot lose its claim upon our
pity, our helpfulness, our love. But
when it claims from any genuine
Christian or any genuine Jew
obedience o> allegiance, that Chris-
tian or that Jew has but to point
in silence and in unutterable re-
cusancy once more to what it is.
Therefore the obstacles toward our
liberation must be merely the ob-
stacles upon the earthly path,
never any obstacles within the soul
or mind or will. And if we cleanse
ourselves of the inner obstacles
then in very truth the seas will
..dry at our feet and the desert
bloom and the mountains melt on
our path and the Eternal will,
through us, rebuild first the inner
I and next inevitably the outer Jeru-
i saleni, ir ha-kodesh, the Holy City,
binTheruh b'yomenu, speedily, in
our days.
(Copyright 1930 by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Club, headed by M. Maldwin Fer-
tig. will issue in the near future
B bulletin which will carry a num-
ber of articles that will expose the
deterioration of the present Ameri-
can Zionist administration in an
unprecedentedly strong manner.
. The strongest candidate for
the Zionist presidency la Rabbi
Abba llillel Silver of Cleveland,
who might be persuaded to take a
sabbatical year, we understand, to
devote himself to the rebuilding of
the Zionist house. .
PERSONALIA
There are some United States
Senators who, when invited to ad-
dress Jewish gatherings or ban-
quets, charge staggering sums for
expenses. Sometimes they ac-
tually have heavy expenses be-
cause they are accompanied by
members of their family and a
retinue of publicity men and brain-
trusters. One of these days
we might publish a list of such
"amateur" speakers. Lena
(ioldsmith. who is given credit for
laving collaborated with Edwin
Piscator in the new dramatic ver-
sion of Dreiser's "American Trag-
edy," now being presented by the
Group Theatre in New York, was
none other than the late wife of
Ail'ons Goldsmith, who is now on
the faculty of the University in
Exile. People are wondering
what is happening to the relief
campaign sponsored by the Federa-
tion of Polish Jews in America.
... It started off with a bang and
now seems to have flopped. .
Maurice David, author of "Who
I Was Columbus?'' tells us that in
| Japan the swastika is used as the
: emblem of houses of prostitution.
I. In other words, the German
\ national enjoys great popularity in
| the land of the Mikado. David
a :i a literary prize ol' quite a sub-
stantial -uni from the Spanish
j Academy of Literature for his
i book on Columbus, but hasn't got
j the fare to go to Spain to collect.
). E. J. Chayfitz is one of the
crack agents (G-men to you) of
the Department of Justice. The
Israel Day Nursery in New York
is running a benefit at Minsky's
burlesque theatre. Dr. Joseph
Rosen, head of the Agro-Joint
work in Russia, has returned to
Moscow just as quietly as he ar-
rived in this country a couple of
weeks ago. David I.ipsky, son
of Louis Lipsky, the Zionist, is
now in the motion picture game.
. He has established headquar-
ters in the Title Guarantee Build-
ing of St. Louis and is waiting for
orders to flow in for the feature
film, "The Land of Promise,"
Passover
The Passover festival has special meaning this year.
For those who fervently believe that the present traged> en-
; veloping more than half of world Jewry is a grim re-enact-
ment of history, Passover brings hope and encouragement.
: It is another exhibit in the long line of historical evidence
that the Jewish people is an enduring and eternal nation.
Seder night is probably the most dramatic ritual of all
Jewish religious ceremonies. The festive table, the signifi-
cance of the matzoh, the open door for the Prophet Elijah,
his waiting wine glass, the naive voice of the youngsters in-
toning the "Manishtanoh," and, most of all, the reading of
the Haggadah have inspired the poets and dramatists as the
most imaginative of all Jewish holidays. The Haggadah has
been for many centuries the most unique manifestation of
Jewish art.
And when at this year's seder the voice of your young,
ster asks the whys and wherefores of the Passover celebra-
tion and his big eyes look with awe at the flickering candles,
you will perhaps regret that you will not be able to show him
ii real hand-written illuminated Haggadah which, perhaps,
as much as the words, reflects the tender care of our fore-
fathers in passing on to their children the tradition of our
people. It might be well if some Jewish educational agency
were to provide in every community replicas of an illum-
inated Haggadah.
which he is handling. .
FAMILY ALBUM
Mrs. Estelle M. Sternberger,
executive director of World Peace-
ways, is receiving mazel tovs on
the birth of her second grandson,
Donald Keith Holzman. Funny-
man Milton Berle has called off
his marriage to please his mama.
. Herbert Fleishhacker, Jr., son
of the San Francisco banker, is in-
troducing his friends to his bride,
the former Countess Lawton Filer
Wurmbrand. Dorman Israel,
who has been appointed chief en-
gineer of the Emerson Radio and
Television Corporation of Ney
York City, is a brother of Rabbi
Edward Israel of Baltimore. .
And speaking of relatives Rabbi
Morris I.azaron of Baltimore and
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleve-
land are brothers-in-law. having
married the Horkheimer girls of
West Virginia. .


Page Four
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 8, l'J36
Religion Through
Art
HaggadahA Unique Oratorio
Almost Completed
Tin' author of this article,
the distinguished o.ceho-slo-
vakian Jewish novelist, is com-
pleting, in cooperation with the
eminent composer, Paul Des-
sau, a musical dramatic I'ass-
ei presentation. Max Broil
has const nted to toll the Seven
An. Palcor Agency Pra
ndent all about tins
important creation, which will
ho seen throughout the world
before manj year.- elapse.
The Edii ,
B) MAX BROD
The first impulse tor the writing
of i' Pa er oratorio came to
me almost two years ago through
Paul Dessau, and at a subsequent
personal mooting we laid the basic
plans for the work. Paul Dessau
has made a name for himself witt
liis children's cantata and with his
recent musical setting for two
psalms. He has written an orches-
tral SUil and has composed the
[or several sound films.
Only a short time ago he completed
the music for a film on Palestine,
W. dah."
I he title of our oratorio is "Hag-
." The toxt is finished now.
and my friend, Paul Dessau, is
making rapid progress in the com-
: the music. During the
last months he has devoted
himself entirely to this work; 1
have just received from him the
the four typos of sons of which
the Haggadah speaks. At the
close of this part the Speaker re-
fers to the Seder Eve, when all the
explanations will he given; and his
earnest Bpeech closes with the
words of the Haggadah: Ki lo
: bilvad amad (for not one
alone arose against us). For this
D au has composed a
nating march which consti-
the leitmotifs of the
whole work.
The '" "''"
brew. I wrote it in German, and
rjend, Georg l anger, an ex-
Hebraist and probably the
only Hebrew poel in Prague,
translated my text into Hebrew.
Langer i-. incidentally, the author
- :1 hook on the Cabala, and a
brother of the well-known Czech
author. Frantisek Langer, whose
"Periphery" made him famous.
The music is being composed for
the Hebrew toxt. Later, perhaps,
v.. shall make translations into
other languages to fit the music;
hut the original toxt of the work
DR. R. S. AKERS
17(il N. W. 36th St.
Moved to New Location
DENTIST
Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-2181
newly completed fourth part, the
dramatic power of which deeply
thrills me. In this respect, inci-
lentally, our plan has changed
greatly since we drew up the first
lUtline. To our own amazement
the work has grown more and
mor< dramatic, yet without violat-
ing the oratorio Btyle. Hence it
will sent it in a
rigorous concert form, as an ora-
torio, or with a conventionalized
intimation of set n, eli
for example, in the passage
through the lied Sea. Such alter-
native methods of presentation arc
:. i innovation, for even thi
of Handel may he given
either in concert form or in a con-
ventionalized Stage production.
The work is divided into jevea
parts and somehow 1 feel that the
symbolism of this number may
have some significance. The first
part consists of tlio overture. The
Second part present- a children's
chorus in a dialogue with the
Speaker. Baal Haggadah. The
mood is gay, the children are joy-
fully looking forward to the Pass-
over feast, eagerly help in the
search for chumetz, and ask all
kinds of questions which represent
1\ YOU MAY ENJOY Ol'R DELICIOUS
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StrictIv Kosher for Passover
'; Under the Supervision of
[j RABBI DAVID I. ROSEN BLOOM
'.[ Of Reth Jacob Cong., Miami Reach
j Rich Fresh Milk Sweet Butter j
i: Sweet Cream Sour Cream
is in Hebrew.
The text of our oratorio is dis-
tinguished from other oratorio)
texts, -such as those used by |
Haendl, by the fact that we have
made use of not only the Bible hut
f all the treasures of Jewish tra-
dition.
The third section introduces the
.-.,.,.,. 0f the family and the small
,horus of the participants in the
Seder ci The father sings,
Ho'lachmo. A child ask* th<
nishtai answered First bj
by the chorus;
1 w< ,laves
unto Pharaoh. From this point on
. idah until we
reach the | iut introduces
the wi-e men of B'nai Berak.
Thereafter our work is original, Su
to speak. After these wise men of
B'nai Berak emerge from the abySs
of the ages our oratorio departs
(Continued on Page 16)
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' may be made for Sader nil
A] ril 6th, and Tuesday, April 7th, or
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. i bi David I. Rosenbloom, with
as "Mashgiach Tmidi."


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AN OPEN LETTER
In temporaril) surrendering my position as "Shoched"
at Maker's Kosher Market, and at the request of Rabbi
osenblooni accepting the position as "Mash-
1 Tmidi" at Kilter's Hotel, I was motivated solely
by the sincerity of the rabbi anil the written pledge of
the hotel management to abide by and obey each and { s
every requirement of Jewish law. I pledge my sacred
rd of honor and my reputation as an honest "Shoched"
''''' ''" f.....' '- Purchased and prepared under my per- j m
""'I supervision. And I further pledge to resign this
Position if the Slightest violation is even attempted. *
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Friday, April 3, 1936
Society
Mrs. Jack Arlen is the guest of
l,er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
C, Hodes, for the Passover holi-
days. Mrs. Arlen is the former
Claire Hodes, now making her
homo in Jacksonville where Mr. Ar-
len la in business.

Continuing its policy of pleasing
I (he public amidst dignified and
beautiful surroundings, the Family
I Jacobs, operating the beautiful
lAlamac Hotel, will again welcome
I the public to its traditional Sader
es this year on Monday night,
April 6th, and Tuesday night, April
7th, "hen the complete Sader rit-
ual will be observed in real holi-
day spirit. The splendid holiday
I cuisine which has made this hotel
I famous will be served and every-
[thing will be done to make the
I guests welcome in true holiday
spirit. Reservations are urged im-
I mediately either for the Sader
Iservices or for the entire Passover
for which reasonable rates
| will be charged.
*
Monday morning at 7:30 o'clock,
[ ately following the morning
. Rabbi Julius Washer of
|the Miami Jewish Orthodox ('mi.
. will conduct the tradi-
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
tional "Siyom Habehorim" for the
first born sons on the eve of Pass-
over, at the Synagogue. Passover
will be ushered in Monday night
at 6 o'clock. Tuesday morning
services will begin at 9 o'clock at
which time the Rabbi will preach
on "The Preface to Morals."
Wednesday morning the Rabbi will
preach on "Ancient and Modern
Despots." Prominent laymen will
alternate in chanting the tradi-
tional holiday ritual.

The first dairy in the Greater
Miami area ever to undertake to
provide observant Jews with their
dairy needs for the Passover holi-
| days, the Miami Home Milk Pro-
ducers Association, will again fur-
nish their customers through driver
service in the entire area and
through groceries and delicatessen
stores, butter, milk, sweet and sour
cream and cottage cheese produced
under the strictest religious regu-
lations for the Passover holidays.
A separate dairy has been set
aside for the entire week at which
Mr, A. Fialkow Hebrew teacher
and scholar, formerly of Savannah,
Ga., will be the mashgiach. Mr.
Fialkow was named by Rabbi Dav-
id I. Rosenbloom and Rabbi Julius
Washer, who are in direct charge
of the production of the dairy prod-
ucts and under whose supervision
Page Five
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Joyce


PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Friends
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown
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To All Our Jewish Friends
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Rollins
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GEORGE E. MERRICK
GENERAL REAL ESTATE
Service and Information at any of the following offices:
N,i IMIStT-M E. Plaglu si.
x'' Ih.- Houlrvard) I'hnnr 2-MI!
MI*MI BEACH2331-33 Collliu At*.
< ii'.v I'ln/.a) PhOM 5-101 I
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noil BVARDTMh St. m ihr Boale-
ard. I'hone KdKcwutor IMS
FT. LAUDERDALBII '" OIi Art.
(Broward Hoieh I'hone Ki. l..uriVr-
ditlr Ml
everything is being done. Each
package and bottle will have a dis-
tinct label bearing the Rabbi's sig-
natures. Customers and those un-
able to obtain Passover dairy prod-
ucts from their dairies are urged
to make their reservations imme-
diately by phoning to the dairy.
The first meeting of Young Ju-
dea will be held Saturday, April 4,
at 2:15 p. m., at the home of Dor-
othy Levin, 430 N. E. 29th street,
Miami. All girls from the ages of
8 to 16 are cordially invited to
attend. There will be an election
of officers, and committees will be
appointed to take charge of pro-
grams, social and business for the
coming meetings. An interesting
future is being predicted for the
club and all those who wish to be-
come charter members of the Mi-
ami group must be present ;it the
meeting this Saturday.
The House of Abrams at Euclid
avenue and Third street, Miami
Beach, will be the scene of real
traditional Sader services Monday
night, April 6th, and Tuesday
night, April 7th, when Cantor
Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob
Congregration, Miami Beach, will
conduct and chant the entire Pass-
over Sader ritual. Mr. and Mrs.
Lazarus Abrams, prominent and
pioneer Jewish communal workers
of this area, are in personal charge
of the cuisine and service and urge
that reservations for the Sader
nights or for the entire Passover
week be made immediately be-
cause of limited space. A gala
holiday atmosphere will prevail.
BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible Roofers Since 1919
Inspections and Estimates Free.
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HAI>IY PASSOVER
HORACE Z. BRUNSON
PLUMBING
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Office I'hone 5-1615 Residence I'hone Bayview 579-R
A.M0NG the great achievements of the
Jewish people has been the preservation of
their habits, customs, religion and litera-
ture through all ages, among many na-
tions ... an achievement unparalleled by
any other people in history.
HE greatest debt civilization owes to
the Jew is the lesson of democracy, begin-
ning with the liberation from Egypt and
culminating with the giving unto this great
people of the Torah, from which all peoples
have and will continue to draw upon for
their inspiration of true life.___________
1 T IS, therefore, an extreme pleasure and
privilege to extend hearty felicitations on the
happy occasion of the festive holiday of
Passover to my fellow Jewish citizens of
the great State of Florida._____________
It is my privilege to say
"A FRAYLICHEN AND
KOSHEREN PESACH"
J.M. LEE
COMPTROLLER OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA



Page Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 3, i93<
L
MIAMI
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
team of tin-
All followers of the skirts1
believe that just about takes in
ull male members of the Yif
you have a desire
to take off Borne
s u i" e r f 1 u o u s
weigh) and
ielf in
physical c o n <1 i-
here's your
irtnnKy.
Y. M. H. A. will again be a mem-
ber oi the Civic League. Games
of the practice variety are being
Sunday starting at p.
in. at beautiful Flamingo Park
grounds. Last Sunday was the
first si rin i ssion and more
than 35 members attended. Man-
ila G dstein has such > ap-
.- from last year as
Nat Blumberg, first baseman; Al
Reisman, second base; Bi i nie
Frank, third base; Al Grossman,
shortsl ip well as being a star
Isman; Bill Segal, catcher;
. I .i -kawitz, left field; Leo
ivsky, right fiqld; Abe
nfeld, center field; Jot-
Davis, right field; Mickey Lubel,
center field; Frank Rose, short-
stop; Norman Thaler, right field;
George Reichgott, catcher; Ralph
Grossman, catcher, and Jules Wil-
son, who covers the water front as
well as being number one water
boy and Monsieur "Doc" Beck-
man, half-pint club physician, who
also has special rates with the
Ahem Funeral Home, just in
case.
There are plenty of openings if
you have what it takes to make
the team. Mr, Jules Wilson has
resigned his position for this year
as water boy as he is afraid it will
impair his amateur standing
being that the hoys offered him a
25-cent piece for each game and
he just couldn't stand such pros-
perity.
j of you would pro
like to know the final standings
of last year, Win-
f the pennant was the Uni-
. j i Hub, si cond, I he Railway
Clerks: third. The Shriners;
fourth, Our Heroes, V. M. H. A.;
fifth, Order of American Mi
ics; sixth, Miami Junior Chamber
cf Commerce; seventh. M
Mien, and holding up the rest
of the li ague were the Junior
Chamber of Commerce of Coral
Gables. Flash Hot off the
griddle The Young Men's He-
brew Association and Walterson
Works are the proud p
a world's record in the
Florida national pastime of Dia-
mondball. In 1933 remember?
- two teams started a sched-
uled league game at 8 p. m. and
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what do you think ?-w>, that's not
so, but the truth is that it was
1:30 a. m. before a decision was
finally reached. This game lasted
a total of 23 innings, mine frands,
and the Y finally emerged holding
up the other team's mit by a score
of 4 to 3. The big disappointment
of this game took place when Nat
Blumberg took his turn at bat with
the score 8 to 0 against our boys
and the bases loaded and only hit
a triple when a home run would
have won the game.
All you rootin', tootin', female
tans may now witness your hero's
diamondball heroics at Flamingo
Park each Sunday until the n
eason gets under way.
.Many of thl
have been belittling the athletic
ability of the married men, so-o-h,
as a counter attack, a
twei n them is beinj angi
Sunday. April
Park. No admission. \\ ill :
- who at-
tended the V. IV. April Fool's
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VOL ARE SURE OF
The Finest in Kosher Meats
and Poultry When You
Buy at
Miami Beach
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329 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-2026
REV. S. GI TTMAN
In Charge of Poultry
warded with a splendid evening of
entertainment and surprises.
Ida Engler, Josephine Kolman
and Jeanette Seligman were the
voung ladies responsible for the
'enjoyable evening and duly de-
a kiss on each cheek. Are
there any volunteers? I thought
sew Milt, this being your birth-
day, you can be volunteer number
one.
Miss Ann I.ehrman. newly elected
the Junior Division,
conducted a most inspiring meet-
Monday. Definite ar-
n made to hold
an installation dance at the club.
rooms Sunday, April 19.
Their regular Monday njg!l[
meetings will be held on Thursday
due to the Passover holidays.
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer 0f t.(
House of Palmer donated a bean.
tiful electric neon clock to the V
as his token of esteem for tfc,
newly elected president.
Well, my dear friends and ene.
niies alike, Monday night is ths
first night Sader and I have to
brush up on the four koshei
please excuse until next Friday
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HAPPY PASSOVER
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Greetings to All My Jewish Friends on
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OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
In All Our Jewish Friends
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Pesaeh
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Whether it's an everyday
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Friday, April 3, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Orlando Notes
Mrs M. Harris has returned to
do after a three weeks' trip
I Sew York.
yirs. I. N. Burman left Monday
Tampa and St. Petersburg,
.,. ahe will Visit friends.
\H Orlando sympathizes with
\|. Lehman and family in the
i of her husband, Mr. Muses
an, whose death occurred last
Mr. Lehman was a winter
it of Orlando for the past
.ears. Funeral services and
ent were held in 1'orlsniouth,
their home. Mr. Lehman
a highly respected and es-
ed man in Orlando. He gave
usly to charity and was
| by all who knew him.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Friday night services of Congre-
gation B'nai Israel begins at 8
o'clock when Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld
Will preach a Sabbath Hagodo] ser-
mon, "Historic Judaism." Saturday
morning services begins at 9:30
a. in.
Sunday night, the Ladies' Auxi-
liary and the Judaic Council jointly
will give a party in honor of Rabbi
and -Mrs. Kleinfeld on the occasion
of the fourth anniversary of active
service in the congregation.
Mrs. J. Shapiro and Mrs. M. N'a-
of Jacksonville were visitors
in Orlando for the past week.
While here they were house guests | patient at the Mound Park Hos-
of .Mr and Mrs. I. Becker and Mr.
Mrs. A. Shapiro.
Mr. I. Weiss of Tampa was a
visitor in Orlando on Tuesday and
Wednesday. Mr. Weiss delivered a
short talk at the B'nai B'rith
m-eting, which was held on the
30th in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Congregation Ohev Sholem was
held in the vestry rooms of the
synagogue on Sunday, March 2fl,
at B p. m.
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for a
HAPPY PASSOVKR
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Page Seven
pital.
-Mr. Harvey Herman, who met
with a serious automobile accident
WORLDS MOST FAMOUS
HAGGADAH
on page one, a reproduction of the
entire manuscript) which dates
back to the fourteenth century, is
some weeks ago, is still a patient The illuminated page of the-now on exhibition at R. II. Macy
at the Mound Park Hospital. Darmstadt Haggadah, appearing &. Co., New York.
Mrs. J. Neimoth and daughter,
Lou Ellen, of Hineola, L. I., X. Y.,
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Klein-
feld, are spending the rest of the
season in St. Petersburg.
.Mr. Hyman M. Jacobs, president
of Congregation B'nai Israel, is a
A Duty Not to Be Shirked
The Jewish Floridian is not espousing the cause of any candidate for
office ... IT IS CHAMPIONING THE CAUSF. OK 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, hut has not yet registered or paid his poll tax, thai
he is not a truly free man or woman unless he has fulfilled the rights of
suffrage whieh he possesses and which in fairness and decency he should
exercise. We owe it to ourselves as citizens and as Jews to register im-
mediately.
1)0 YOUR DUTY ... DO IT NOW!
DON'T REGRET TOMORROW!

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Page Eight
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, April ;i, ^
Jacksonville News
The April meeting of the Temple
Sisterhood was held Wednesday
afternoon in the Temple Home with
the president, Mrs. L P. Lippman
presiding.
At this last meeting before the
annual closing luncheon, plans for
Passover were made.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Daughters of Israel took place
Wednesday afternoon in the audi-
torium of the Jewish Center.
Many important matters were
discussed at this time "1" commit-
tee! for several social affairs were
(elected. A very entertaining pro-
gram was presented. Mrs. T. M.
Schneider and Mrs. M. Hammer-
man were in charge. There was
an April Fool's party.
The Center was decorated for
the occasion and delicious refresh-
ments were served.
Mrs. M. Foor and Mrs. II. Slott
were hostesses for the afternoon.
In order to begin in the usual
traditional custom the Passover
festival which commences at sun-
down Monday evening, April G, and
continues for seven days, the Tem-
ple Sisterhood will sponsor the
traditional "Sedar" for members
of the Temple Congregation and
their friends, the traditional "Se-
dar" at 7 o'clock Monday evening,
April !. in the Temple Home. Dr.
I. I.. Kaplan, minister of the Tem-
ple congregation, will preside and
a most impressive service is being
planned.
The special committee in charge
of the "Sedar" is arranging for a
delicious dinner which will be
.served in connection with the serv-
ice. Reservations should be made
promptly with Miss Ray Halle.
Witten and Mrs. H. Gerbert.
A large number received a very
special treat at the literature class
of the Temple Sisterhood last week
when they heard Dr. Israel L. Kap-
lan give his splendid review of "If
This Be Treason," a recent Broad-
way success by John Haynes
Holmes and Reginald Lawrence.
The Temple Sisterhood social af-
fair, a dessert bridge sponsored by
the March committee of the or-
ganization, was held at the Temple
Home Tuesday, under the efficient
joint chairmanship of Mrs. M. II.
The last in a series of three
bridge tournaments sponsored by
the Senior Iladassah Chapter was
held Monday afternoon in Cohen
Brothers' Auditorium and was di-
rected by Mrs. John C. Cray.
Proceeds from these affairs will
!" used for the penny luncheon
fund of the llada-sah Chapter,
which is used to provide the school
children of Palestine with well-
balanced nourishing meals and
check tin- prevalence of malnutri-
tion.
SALE!
SPORT
TROUSERS
$7.00 Values!
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GREETINGS
on
PASSOVER
J. LAMAR
PAXSON
COUNT? COMMISSIONER
for
DADE COUNTY
Best Wishes for a Happy Pass-
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end Parents
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Phonr 2-NT30
The Senior Hadassah Chapter
entertained last week in the May-
flower hotel roof garden with the
annual Spring dance, which proved
a brilliant and well attended func-
tion, with Mrs. Clarence Ginsberg
neral chairman, assisted by
able committees. Guests sat at In-
dividual tables cabaret style, and
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Inc.
BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION
MIAMI. FLORIDA
enjoyed the evening thoroughly.
Proceeds from this affair will
be used to further the worthy
work of the organization and is
applied to the special fund of the
llada-sah Medical Organization.
Assisting the chairman were
Mrs. Joseph Glkksteln, Mrs. Harry
Katt, Mrs. Joseph Strauss. Mrs.
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Neal Funkelstein, Mrs. Marx R
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Ben Stein, president of Senior
Hadassah.
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Kriiiny, April 3, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Nine
Tampa Notes
Under the able leadership of
| Maas, a large group of
|Honor Roll Y. M. H. A. workers
opened the 1936 membership en-
Irollment campaign with a break-
,Hy at the Y. M. H. A. build.
j, The (f08l of the campaign is
110 secure the enrollment of every
Ijewish man, woman and child to
make the Y. M. H. A. "a com-
munity center of, by and for all
tne Jews Of Tampa." After an
opening prayer by Rabbi I). L.
a, Chairman Maas made a
! stirring appeal. He closed with a
plea !,) all the workers to give
( f their means and time during
nrollment week. He advo-
,.:1 ,1 free memberships be given
unemployed, so that they
could use the Y. M. H. A. facilities
without charge.
Following Mr. Maas, Rabbi Zie-
lenka added his eloquent voice in
behalf of the Y. M. H. A.
The closing speaker of the pro-
gram was Samuel Leff of New
York, field secretary of the Jew-
bh Welfare Board, national or-
ganization of Y. M. H. A.'s, Y. W.
H. A.'s and Jewish Community
Centers. Mr. Leff has been as-
signed by the national agency to
help ihe'Tampa Y. M. H. A. con-
duct the campaign.
Among workers present at the'
opening breakfast rally were Er-
nest Maas, chairman; Samuel Leff, |
campaign director; Rabbi D. L.:
Zielonka, Judge Harry N. Sandier.
Dr. 1. Leon Schwartz, president of
the Y. M. 11. A.; Irvin Salsbury,
,. president; A. B. Weil, Jr., j
V. M. II. A. secretary; B. J. Fin-
man, treasurer; M. G. Rosenberg, I
Haliczer, Max London, David
TRANSATLANTIC
CHARACTER BUILDING
I he Jewry of Tampa now has before it an unexcelled opportunity to demonstrate
by action rather than words, the age-old tradition of "Jewish character building."
I he people of the "book." as evidenced by our Sages, have always believed and
demonstrated that the physical welfare must be thought of and provided for at the
same time.
lampa is now in the midst of a campaign to enroll every Jew and Jewess in its
Young Men's Hebrew Association. May we, too, add our word of commendation to
the el forts of those in charge of this intensive campaign and to urge upon Tampa
Jewry that the finest way of showing their approval of this work is the signinK of a
membership blank and the payment of dues. We have had, in our limited way, an
opportunity to observe the work of Mr. Abraham J. Finkelstein, director of the Y.
We feel that if ever there was a director thoroughly imbued with Jewish ideals, who
hesitated not to try and achieve the goal even though it involved personal financial
and physical sacrifice on his part, Mr. Finkelstein is that director.
We urge at this time when we are approaching the commemoration of Passover,
the holiday of liberty and freedom, that a true liberation from slavery, a breaking of
shackles that are injurious can he best accomplished by providing a place wherein
the young and old may receive a cultural training at the same time they are having
their physical needs provdied for. What better place than a truly Jewish "Y" can
lie found?
Let Tampa Jewrj not be found wanting when the final membership blank is tallied.
Hitler has rewarded Fritz Gis-
sibl, former leader of the Ameri-
can Nazis, with a long rest in a
concentration camp. Dr. Isaac
Horzog, chief rabbi of Ireland, is
being prominently mentioned as
the next Ashkenazic chief rabbi of
Palestine. Hitler's "Mein
Kanipf" has made its appearance
in the Orient in a Chinese trans-
lation. .
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Honor Lee
So!
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wolf-
son, Leon Haber, Julius Silverman,
M. B. Edelstein, Max M. .luster,
I Mrs. L. S. Augustine, Mrs.
Ben llaimovitz, Edward Sherman,
S, G. Aroson, Morris /.ubkin, W. J.
novitz, Mrs. Irvin Salsbury,
Louis Gordon, Bill Wolfson, Morris
L'man, Sam Rosenfarb, Max Brody,
Sidney Linker, A. A. Finkelstein,
\, B. Weil, Jr., Major M. J. Mack-
ler, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Marcus,
I Berner, Dr. Fred Lebes, Charles
Rosenvaig, Victor Cooper, Dr. Dan
Rachelson, Simon Schwartz, Fred
Poller, Rabbi Adolph Burger, Al-
Siegel, Emanuel Weiss, Miss
Gladys Milchman, Miss Rutkin,
Feiner, Mrs. Samuel Zinkow,
Dr. A! Augustine, Charles Hainie-
\ itz and Al Herman.
Every worker signed a member-
application and paid dues,
campaign will conclude
.. 6th, L936.
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
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Roofing and Sheet Metal
Contractors
212 Arajjon Ave.
(ORAL GABLES
Evergreen ">2t>
Avon Park, April 2 (FNS) (
Highlands County neighbors of
State Comptroller J. M. Lee will .
launch his campaign for a second
term here Saturday afternoon at
1 o'clock with a fish fry in Donald-
son Park, where Colonel Lee will
be the honor guest and only
speaker.
Arrangements made at a meet-
ing of representatives from Avon
Park, Sabring, DeSoto City and
Lake Placid include plans for more
than 2,(100 people and while the
affair will be essentially one of
neighbors paying tribute to their
friend, the committee in charge has
announced it will welcome Jim
Lee's friends from wherever they
may come for this occasion.
The steering committee, com-
posed of O. C. W'ilkes, J. S. Fran-
cis, Avon Park; .1. E. Sims of Lake
Placid, Major Barton, DeSoto City
and It. N. Durrance and E. W.
Gallagher, Sabring, have named
sub-committees to work out the
details for taking care of the big-
gest crowd Avon Park has been
host to.
The committee's letter inviting
Colonel Lee to attend follows:
"Recognizing the excellent serv-
ice which you have given to the
state in your position as comp-
troller, by balancing the state bud-
get, by practicing economy, by en-
forcing collection of taxes from the
laws already on the statute books
rather than imposing new forms
of taxation, by collecting a million
dollars in advance from an estate
\<> help keep the schools open, and
by your many other accomplish-
ments as state comptroller, which
show that you are working for the
interest of the people of Florida,
a large number of your friends in
Highlands County appreciate what
you have done while in office and
are very anxious to have you open
your campaign for re-election in
your home county and are ar-
ranging to have a "Jim Lee fish
fry" and get-together meeting, in
your honor, at Avon Park, Satur-
day afternoon, April 4, at 4 p. m."
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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Auto Electrical Service
11:l> PICKBN8 BOB ZIMMERMAN
332 N. W. 8th Ave.
Phone 2-2103
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KI9ER DRILLING CO.
Water Wells for All
Purposes
288 N. W. 30th St.
Phone 2-71"
When You Need
Stationery Office Supplies
At Reasonable Prices
Go to
M. L. MARCUS CO.
STATIONERS
11 N. E. First St.
PROMPT DELIVERY
Phone 2-1661
A VERY HAPPY
PASSOVER
DULANEY'S, INC.
iHH-7 Washington Ave.
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HAPPY PASSOVER
A. B. SMALL
Judge of the Civil Court of
Record
DADE COUNTY
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HAPPY PASSOVER
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GROCERY CO.
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Afford-. t Ki'iisiinuble Pricen"
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
tricky, April 3,
Jewish News
Around the
World
Reveals Thai John Dillinger Was
Nazi
New York (bK ojEvidence
that the late John Dillinger, "pub-
lic enemy No. 1." was a Nazi and
a member of the Friends of the
New Germany, was mad, public by
Albert Brandt, anti-Nazi publicist,
in a letter to Ludwig Lore, who
conducts the column, "Behind the
Cables," in the New York P
According to Mr, Hand:. the tip
that Dillinger was a Nazi first
came from Dr. Thalheimer, editor
of an anti-Nazi weekly in the Saar,
early in 1934. On checking Mr.
Brandt found that on dune 2:'..
1933, Dillinger was given a highly
complimentary letter by Heinz
Spanknobel, then Nazi leader in
Detroit, to Fritz Gissibl, Nazi lead-
er in Chicago. Gissibl and Dillin-
ger, according to Brandt, met in
the Reichshall, Chicago. Dillinger
became a member of the Friends
of New Germany on May 16, 1933,
and his membership card was num-
ber 1684, and was signed by Hans i
Strauss, then secretary of the De-
troit blanch, who lived at 2921
Baldwin st., Detroit.
DINNER TO HONOR JUDGE New YorfcA one-half hour pro-
MACK'S 85TH YEAR ON gram, celebrating the Passover hol-
FEDERAL BENCH iday will be broadcast nationally
_______ over the WEAF network of the
To celebrate his completion of National Broadcasting Company,
twenty-five years of service on the Monday. April 6, under tin BU8-
Federal bench, the Lawyers' Divi- pices of the American Joinl Dis-
sion of the Palestine Appeal is ten- tribution Committee, whose 13,600,.
dering a dinner to Judge Julian 000 campaign in behalf of Jews
\v. Mack at the Hotel Pierre, New overseas is now under way.
York, on Wednesday evening, April Speakers on the program, ar-
15th, it was announced yesterday ranged by the J. D. C.'s cultural
by George Z. Medalie, chairman of committee, which will take place
dinner committee. between 5 and 5:30 p. m., will be
Judge Mack is an honorary Dr. Jonah B. Wise, rabbi of the
ihairman of the United Palestine Central Synagogue in New k'ork
Appeal, which is seeking $3,500,000 City, who is co-chairman of the
nationally for the settlement in national campaign. Carl J. Aus-
Palestine of a maximum number trian, New York attorney, who is
of the Jews of Germany and other chairman of the Joinl Distribution
lands. The New York ciu.ua i< Committee's New York City cam-
1,500,000. paign for $1,500,000, and Rabbi
The committee sponsoring the Herbert S. Goldstein, honorary
dinner is composed of the follow- president of the Union of Orthodox
ing: Susan Brandeis, 1. I.. Broad- Jewish Congregations,
win, Nathan Burkan, Irving Ben Passover and "seder" night mu-
sical arrangements will be made
by Cantor Blias Zaludkowski of-
New York City and Herbert
Fromm, former Meisterschuler of
\cademy of Tokunsk in Mu-
nich. The four questions, tradition-
al to Passover, will be asked by
Miss Krna Jung, .laughter of Rab-
bi Leo Jung of the Jewish Center
of New York City.
The program on April 6th will
Cooper, Maurice P. Davidson. Mark
.Eisner, M. Maldwin I'crtig. James
Frank, Frederick F, Greenman,
Henry Hofhcimcr. William Klein.
Samuel Kramer, James Marshall,
David L. Podell, Louis s. Posner,
Gustavus H. Rogers, Morris Roth-
enberg. Carl Sherman, Robert
Szold, Sol Tekulsky and Eugene
Untermeyer.
Says Jewish Officers Conviction It
American Dreyfus Case
New York (WNS) That "all
American Dreyfus case" is in the
making will be charged by former
Brigadier General Samuel T. An-
sell, counsel for Captain Ralph K
Fleischer of Fi rt Slocum, when he
lays Captain Fleischer's
can Jewish Congress today told
N. C. J. C. News Service that he
will tour the country this fall to
campaign for the re-election of
President Roosevelt.
He said he expected to begin a
series of addresses BCTO8S the coun-
try shortly after his return from
Captain neischers service Europe, where he is going this num.
record before President Roosevelt ,,,,., ,,, confer with |cadcrs of va-
in an appeal from the decision of ,.jou, Jewish communities and at-
al court-martial, which tend ,., s,.,.,i,,ns ,,, tne WorW
found the Jewish officer guilty of jewish Congress in August. He
conduct unbecoming an officer and expects, he said, to devote the ma-
New YorkDr. Stephen S, Wise, """< the third PaSBOVer broadcast
rabbi of the Free Synagogue, pres- over the National Broadcasting
ident of the Jewish Institute of Re- Company's' facilities to be spon-
ligion and president of the Ameri- *ored by the cultural committee of
the American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution Committee. During 1935,
this cultural committee disbursed
$100,........: Joinl Distribution Com-
mittee funds to further Hebrew ed-
ucation and religious training
among Jewish youths of Central
and Eastern Europe and in Pal-
estine. During the past 15 year.-,
than $4,.....Minn was expended
by this organization for '
i ultui .'i purposes.
a gentleman and ordered him dis-
missed i: service and
stripped of his ion. In .-up-
port of his assertion thai Captain
Fleis. hei is th< i of anti-Se-
mitic prejudice, General Ansell in-
tend- to show thai the court-mar-
time "luring Sep-
jor part of his
tember ami October to this nation
peaking tour.
In explaining why he would take
the -tump for President Roosevelt,
Dr Wise said that his social views
are best represented by the presi-
tial at Governor's Island was the ,k.m Bnd ,haI he could not help the
animosity of Ma- ,aus,. f BOC|ai DroBregg ,.,,,.,.
Jewish Kditor in Cuba
Treason
Held for
result id' the
jor Lawrence Renn. who was at one
time tliu defendant in a rase pros-
ecuted by Fleischer,
Captain Fleischer, attached to
the quartermasters corps, was
found guilty of embezzling food
progress
than by working for Roosevelt's
re-election.
Dr. Wise also denied rumors
that he i- shortly resigning from
the Fre Synagogue. He said he
would remain at the Flee Svna-
supph. false swearing and sub- BOgue for another year, but that
'"nation of wil.....es. He is now he has arranged to be relieved
confined to Cow,.- i and un- from the regular pulpil work so
nit al ai i esl, which means i,
lie may not lea Bnd. t ap-
tain Fleische] v. a ix j
acting commanda kers
.....! ii
men's me ..' Forl
m, .'.>.-. I.. ii
Brooklyn and an avowed Jew, Cap-
tain Fleischi
.. >! i Mot ris Tintner, Brooklyn's
first rabbi and a friend of Abra-
ham Lincoln. Fleischer's father
was a prominent Brooklyn mer-
chant and a leader in the Demo-
cratic party. Until 1917 Fleischer
was a practicing attorney. In that
year he joined the army and
through his family's friendship
with the late General Leonard
Wood was assigned to (amp Fun-
ston as medical supply officer. A
fall from a horse at Fort Riley in-
capacitated him for active military
service and be was assigned to
Fort Riley as supervisor of mili-
tary construction. For this serv-
ice he won the commendation of
General Wood ami the war depart
mint. From 1920 to 1926 he was
.it la'lied to the army ha-e at
oklyn and ill tile latter year
led to Panama as execu-
tive offit e of the flying field.
can give more time lo the \.,-
rious causes in whii h he i- inter-
ted.
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
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HAPPY PASSOVER
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208 TWENTY-THIRD ST.
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and Isidore Bochner. editor and
managing editor, respectively of
the Havana l.cben, Cuban Yiddish
paper, have been arrested and are
being held for trial before the rev-
olutionary tribunal. The charges
against the two Jewish journalists
have not been made public. It is
believed, however, that they were
ted under a misconception
grown g out of the fact that the
I rint shop where their paper is
jo prints Communist lit-
: they are heeing held
responsible. Kaplan asserts that
. aten by the police
while being questioned.
Strictly
Confidential

be one of the coming lt.aders
American Jewry. ... The fjn '
with which he organized jer.
City's first federation of Jewj,'
charities, after all attempts had
failed for 20 years, was a nift^
job. Alexander Simpson, Z
fense counsel in the famous ila|'
Mills case and the late Dwightf
Morrow's Democratic opponent U
the U. S. Senate, is one of the ber
customers for Jewish and Hebr
books. Some people
grandfather was Jewish.
Charles Nemser has resigned
executive director of the jcrsr
City Jewish Center to become m.
tional financial field secretary |
the Jewish Welfare Boai
say hi,
The appointment of Max Mani-
schewitz of matzoth fame as one
of New Jersey's official delegates
to the convention of the American
Academy of Political and Social
Sciences was the idea of J. George
I'rcdman of Jersey City. Fred-
man, ex-commander-in-chief of the
Jewish War Veterans, is regarded
by many as Governor Hoffman's
chief brain-truster on Jewish af-
fairs. Louis A. Fa Ik of Jersey
City, unless we miss our guess, will
?
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GENERAL
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Have a
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Office 5-1636
1661 Alton Road
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depositors will get the maxi-
mum. I will not drag out liqui-
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ployees on the payroll."
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Society
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Cantor Berele Kelemer, who is
nt. of the most popular Cantors
Miami Beach, will conduct the
[,,ler Rtiual at Kraemer's Strictly
other Restaurant at Collins ave-
t and Fourth street Monday
Lht. April 6th, and Tuesday
Lht, April 7th. Popular prices
[ill |),. charged and reservations
av be made 'or the entire week
desired. Holiday cuisine for
hkh tnt' restaurant is famous
(ill be served.
*
The Miami unit of Junior Ha-
Lgul will irive its annual donors'
Jinner at K l>- m. Sunday at the
Imvi! Casino. Miss Anita Silver-
tan i- hnirnian of the event and
assisted by Miss Yetta Feiner,
., Belle Tannen, Miss Rose
loodmark and Miss Ida Safer.
table decorations and souvenirs
Ijll express the spring motif.
leservations may be made with
il i man.

Announcement was made this
\, ;n the Biscayne-Collins Ho-
1 at VI ."in Beach would close the
I eai 'ii after a very SUC-
|, nter operation under the
| management. The Riv-
al Mt Clemens, Mich.,
I h management, will
L ie summer season May
lit. T modern hotel, contain-
hundred rooms, also con-
famous mineral baths in
i building, affording pa-
li opportunity of taking
bineral treatment without incon-
| The beautiful hotel ob-
. trict kashrus and is sur-
oundeil by spacious grounds. The
ientele is provided with every
pnvenience to give them a pleas-
liu and health-giving vacation at
i rates,

The Senior Council of Jewish
'omen, at its meeting last
Wednesday at the Alamae Hotel,
eld an election of officers follow-
ing the report of the nominating
Dmmittee. Mrs. Sidney L. Wein-
raub, retiring president, was
nanimously elected to the execu-
ve board in recognition of her
vices. Officers elected were:
lent, Mrs. Ralph Neufeld;
vice-president, Mrs. Rlry
second vice-president, Mrs.
[any Barnhardt; third vice-prcs-
ient. Mrs. A. Rubin; treasurer,
Irs. A. Keder; financial secretary,
is. A Franklyn Friedman; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Benja-
Page Kleven
min I^mlnn- a- ------ -*-- r. nugnes is president of the
M iSPLSSSflL "?*"* StW,ta *- ., with offices
Mr. Hughes is president of the
Mrs. Lewis Rothlein; auditor, Mrs.
Irving Frumkes. Directors named
in the News Tower building, and
has earned a reputation for sin-
-M.1I.J .. T .:-------------" "-= i-iiiieu a reputation tor sin-
cX.n Mo\\ aKi'1, 1Sidr C9r,ty' ** and square
Cohen, Morns Alpert and Jeanette business dealings. He is married
?oir H. e frwm be and i,v-with his wife -j ^
formally inducted at an installation
luncheon to be held Wednesday,
April 22nd, at the Strath Haven
Hotel, Miami Beach, when Mrs.
Morris Alpert will be toastmis-
tress. In charge of arrangements
are Mesdames II. I. Magid and
Lewis Rothlein, with whom reser-
vations may be made. The follow-
son at 3422 N. W. Fourteenth ter.,
which he owns.
He has been a resident of Dade
County for more than 15 years. His
many friends urge the voters of
precinct 47 to east their votes for
Mr. Hughes because of the fact
that the Democratic party needs
men in office who are unfettered
ing gifts were unanimously voted: by selfish pecuniary interests and
One hundred dollars each to the are not bound to any political fac-
Jewish Welfare Bureau for Pass- tion. If elected Mr. Hughes will
over distribution among the needy, represent all the Democratic vot-
and to the United Jewish Appeal era without fear or favor and for
local drive, and five dollars to the the best interests of the party
Denver Jewish Hospital. A- Democratic committecman he
proposes:
Setting an example in local cam- To devote his efforts to building
paigns, Francis I.. Hughes, young up party solidarity, not merely im-
Democrat Of the 47th precinct, i- mediately prior to elections, but
wa;:ing an active battle for this during the entile year.
office Contrary to the usual be- T s. that 'V(ltl.,.s wh(J iUV
liei that the ottice n unimportant,
Mr. Hughes believes thai this of- D
lice, if properly administered, can
be made into one of value to the
genera] community and the voters
of the particular district. Contrary
to the usual pra ii of tho
seek the office ol precinct commit-
an for the Demoi ratic party,
Mr. Hughes has Bet forth his plat-
form so that no mistakes can be
as to what he will try to do
if elected.
eligible are registered and pay
their poll tax.
To provide, through constant
vigilance, the opportunity of work
for all duly retfistered and quali-
fied voters in preference to non-
resident and non-registered voters.
Xot to use the office for the pur-
pose of self-aggrandizement and
personal gain.
At all times to work faithfully
for the success of the Democratic
party by every legitimate means.
SINCERE WISHES
for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WILLIAM B. LaBAW
PUBLIC ACCOl M ANT
2^-2i Commercial \rcade
Phone 2-5731
$1,000.00
DERBY
TRIAL HEATS NOW BEING RUN
Special Feature Races Nightly
West Flagler Kennel Club
TC-.uaas
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DIAMOND T TRUCK CO.
MR. L. L. RENNET
Now Located at
SMITTY'S GARAGE225 N. W. First Court
Phone 2*6912
QREBTIINGS
m: dixie mosaic &
TILE CO.
1 ramie Matalc, Floor. Wall and
Fireplace Tile
Marble and Terrazti
BFPICB 1100 S. W. 13th AVE.
I'hone 2-4221
SINCERE WISHES
to All Jewry
For a
HAPPY PASSOVER
(HAS. M. FISHER
Superintendent of
Schools
For Dade County
m.............i........mi
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
[SUN HOY RESTAURANT
MIKE GILROY
217 Fifth Street
MIAMI BEACH
REST WISHES
for a
5RY HAPPY PASSOVER
CLIFF GORDON
"The Friendly Store"
849 8. Miami Ave.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
To My
Jewish Friends
TOM WOODS
J. 6. McCRORY CO.
23 E. Flagler St.
Phone 2.2280
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GREETINGS
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Have Good News to Offer Their Many Friends
Time Payments
Continued Until Further Notice
Thousands of Dollars Available for Home Improvements
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We Can Help You
PHONE 2-31532-3154
Illustrated Circulars and Representative Sent Upon
Request
839 W. FLAGLER ST.
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(APT. TOM AND THE EMPLOYEES OF
CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART
Extend to Their Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER

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boats daily at attractively low prices. All handled
in observance of sanitary rules and regulations.
Biscayne Blcljr.
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We Wish for Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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Page Twelve
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 3. m

'I
"
A
will
Society
beautiful traditional
be observed Monday
"Mashgiach Tmidi," having been
named and the hotel being under
the supervision of Rabbi David I.
Sader Rosenbloom of Beth Jacob Congre-
i"'ght, Kation, Miami Beach. Reservations
April 6th, and Tuesday night, April may a]s i, made for the entire
7th, at the Biscayne-Collins Hotel, paM0Ver week.
.Miami Beach, with a prominent Mi-
amian conducting the ritual serv- A meeting for the election of of-
ice. The hotel is under the fame fjcers ,.,ll(| the transaction of other
Madorsky management as the fa- important business will be held by
mous Riverside Hotel at Mt. Clem- ;h|i sisterhood and Chesed sin!
ens, Mich. Reservations may be Ernes on Wednesday evening, April
made foi the entire Passover week ,.-),_ .,, Beth David Talmud T
or for the Sader nights, for which Halj_ xn members are urged to
very reasonable rates will prevail. Bttend, \ report for the entire
year will be given by the offi
Leonard Rose, L7-year-old .-on of amj newa ,,f importance will be
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of this announced. Plans for the formal
c'ty. a pupil of the famous dedication of the chapel which the
cellist, Felix Salmond, at the Cur- sisterhood is erecting will be acted
tis Institute of Music in Philadel- ,, tnia meeting.
phia, this week declined appoint-
ment a- Hist of the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra. Leonard,
who is the youngest musician to
be offered such a post, was rec-
ommended by the world-famous
violin virtuoso, Efrem Zimbalist,
but declined at the advice of his
instructor, who insisted that Leon-
ard continue his studies at the in-
stitute for several years more.
Devotion to the Marine Corp-.
Cantor Nathan Wroobel of Beth a Bpirit which transcends all per-
David Synagogue will direct the sona, COnsdirations on the pan of
entire Sader ritual at Bitter's Ho- jtg pnaani an tel Miami Beach Monday night, provWe. thl. inspiring theme of
in the leading feminine role with
Jimmy Ellison featured in the part
of A vies' buddy.
rby Brooklyn, the girl who had
missed too many boats."
Mirth and melody blend as Ted
Lewis weaves magic melodies in
"Here Comes the Band." the mu-
sical romance starting Sunday at
the Seventh Avenue theatre.
A dramatic story dealing with
, unions of an army band, a
young composer, a stolen song and
:,.,] !asuit that restores it
l'JJi
to him, the new picture is Pscl
with lilting song hits and roll."
ing comedy. Through it run5 fj
love story with Harry Stock*
singing stage star of -\s jT
sands Cheer," and beautiful \'
ginia Bruce in the romantic 1
at tk*
loviefl
Summed up in a few words. "The
Leatherneck- Have Landed" is the
of what happened to Woody
I 'a. is aft i .,,- kicked out of
the service as the result of the
death of a buddy in a cafe brawl,
and the long, hard road he had to
take to make a comeback, aided
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
JAMES HOTEL
302 S. Miami Ave.
MIAMI
April 6th, and Tuesday night, April
7th, with the traditional beautiful
Seder service being strictly ob- gunday.
The Leathernecks Have Landed,"
which comes to the Tivoli theatre
served. Every effort is being made
to make this Sader observance as
beautiful and interesting as pos-
sible in conformity with the holi-
day spirit. Ritter's Hotel will
provide their usual fine Jewish
holiday cuisine under the direction
of Cantor Wroobel, who is also the
Lew Ayrei Is starred as a Ma-
rine who has a way with the
women. Isabel Jewell will be seen
GREETINGS
JOSEPH P. McGHAN
FUNERAL HOME
1923 S. \Y. sth St.
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
To My Jewish Friends
j ::
j CLEMENT L.THEED |
Justice of the Peace
Best Wi-hes Eor A
HAPPY PASSOVER
To All My Jewish Friends
*
ROLLINS GARAGE
1 16 N. W. Fifth St.
Phone 2-.'i it

Return Engagement (,f
THE PRIZE-WINNING
MOTION PICTURE OF
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Th.- Thrllllncly Tru.- Btory .,t
IV< l>l<- Wliii t'anr Mark An..
I.0M V.-ara!
THE LAM) OF PROMISE"
With a (ant of Th.iusanih
EXTRA ATTRACTION
"IIONT (JET PERSONAL"
With Sally Kllrra and Jam Dunn
l.aat Two I)a>s
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
April 3rd and 1th
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BEST WISHES
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HAPPY PASSOVER
HEN J. KINCAID
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2111 North Miami Ave.
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I MIAMI BEACH
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Sincere Greetings
and Best Wishes
on Passover
W. CECIL
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Candidate for
Clerk of the Criminal ::
Court of Dade County
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Friday, April 3, 1936
Derby Trials
At Flagler Track
With 24 of the track's outstand-
I ine jrrcyhounds entered, qualifying
I trials for the annual $1,000 West
piagler Derby ffot underway at the
Idowntown oval this week, trial
I }.ats beinjf held Wednesday,
IThursday and Friday nights. The
L,.,iu finals will be run Tuesday
laud Wednesday, April 7 and 8, and
the rich stake itself on closing
I night, Friday, April 10.
Big Laddie, Nigger Haft, Rough-
I, Pete, Wayne King, Frank
; an, Fil's Winner, Slug Del-
| vin, Catherine Darling and Ridge
I are included among the top-
tars nf the track that are
I d in the stake, one of three
I ( nts on the regular schedule
| downtown track.
he qualifying heats are run
[over the three-eightha-mile route
ie big event over the Beven-
I the, distances that will in-
ach hound plenty of chance
| i e his worth.
The three dogs finishing last are
liminated in the first two trial
ind two will go by the way-
i the third heat. Four hounds
[drop out in each of the two semi-
finals, leaving eight for the final
April 10 that will determine
Florida's outstanding greyhound of
Ithe year.
Other nominees in the rich stake
Iinclude: Jersey Red, Keen, Lord
Lister, Rosanna, Haft's Lady, Ne-
Cash, Danny Grey, Shadow
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Thirteen
Flagler Derby Favorites
Big Laddie, Frank Jones' sensational racer, and Frank Lonergan,
BCe router of Jess Bingham's Btring of speedsters, prime early favorites
in the annual (1,000 West Flagler Kennel Club Derby, the greyhound
Classic of Southern dog tracks.
Society
Mr. Louis Jacobskind, pioneer
Jewish dairyman of this area, will
again serve his customers and the
general Jewish public with strictly
kosher dairy Passover products
containing a full line of butter,
sweet and sour cream, milk and
cottage cheese manufactured un-
der the strict supervision of Rabbi
David I. Kosenbloom and Rabbi
Julius Washer. A mashgiach
named by them will be in residence
at the dairy during the entire
week. Each package and bottle
will bear the signatures of the
Rabbis to insure that the properly
supervised products are being sold.
* *
The Palatial Kosher Restaurant
will again have Rabbi .Max Shapiro
of lieth David Congregation di-
rect the entire Sader ritual at the
Sader services Monday night, April
6th, and Tuesday night, April 7th.
The beautiful traditional Sader
service will be observed in all de-
tails with the splendid food for
which Pagan's Palatial Kosher
Restaurant is famous being served.
All are urged to make immediate
reservations because of limited
space. Reservations may also be
made for the entire Passover week
as well as for the Sader nights.
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Brook, Wandering Sail, Never
Late. Peppy Pete, Spanish Lad,
Tip's Son and Kit's Image, every
one a star in his own right and
a group of speedsters unsurpassed
at any track in the country.
A Kosheren and Praylichen
Pesach
MR. AND MRS.
JACK HIRSCH
And Son, Selig
PASSOVER GREETINGS
KREBAUM
BUILDING
MATERIAL CO.
101 S. W. 2nd St.
Phone 2-2119
Sam W. Davis
of
STONEWALL
PHARMACY
Cor. N. Miami Ave.
and 2!)th St.
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VW.".W.%
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Furniture Repaired and Refinished
Mattresses Renovated and Made to Order
984 S. \Y. Eighth St. Phone 2-6232
GREETINGS !
BEST WISHES ON PASSOVER
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"Everything to build anything"
LITTLE RIVER BRANCH; Phone Edgewater lliii;
(ORAL GABLES OFFICE: Phone Evergreen 555
COCONUT GROVE BRANCH: Phone Bayview 271
MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1117
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Tropical Jellies and Marmalades
2221) N. VV. First Court
Phone 2-8224
8 THE JERSEY ICE CREAM CO.
244 N. VV. Seventy-Second Terrace
Extend to All Their Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes
for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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Page Fourteen
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, April 3,

Society
The Belvedere Hotel at Miami
Beach, founded by the late Ida
Fishkind, will observe Passover
this year in the usual traditional
style. Sader services will be con-
ducted Monday evening, April 6th,
and Tuesday evening, April 7th, by
a prominent citizen and the beau-
tiful liturgy will be followed in
every detail. Reservations are
urged for the Passover week or
for the Sader nights. A special
holiday cuisine will be served.
*
A spring visitor is Mrs. George
Taxi and son, who are the guests
Of Mr. and Mrs. A. Taxi of Pitts-
burgh, Pa., who have bought a
home here and intend making this
their permanent residence.
* *
Milton Weiner, prominent com-
munal worker and former president
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, is now associated with
Jenkins Liquor Store on North Mi-
ami avenue, carrying a full line
of PaSBOVer wines and liquors.
* *
Al the Saturday morning aerv-
: i imorrow at Beth David Syna-
. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
. in Yiddish in observance of
Shabboa Hagodol on the Bubji
our Life I Like That."" Pass
will be u- al 6 p. m.
Monday. Tuesday mon
gin ;.! 8:30 a. m. with Can-
tor Louis Goldberg chanting
Rabbi Shapiro will
;, on "Tin- Festival of Free-
Wherein Freedom." On
VVednes lay morning the Rabbi will
preach on "A N'ew Fight for Free-
dom."
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom has
named Cantor Kaminsky as the
Mashgiach who will be in charge
of strictly kosher Passover dairy
products f"i the Land 0' Sun dairy
at Miami Beach. This dairy, now
headed by Mr. K. C. Fogg, Jr.,
will provide butter, sweet and sour
cream, cottage cheese and milk
produced under strict dietary re-
quirements to take care of its Jew-
ish trade. Mr. Fogg was a pio-
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the Mincha service Rabbi David I.
Rosenbloom will preach at Beth
Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, on
"A Pipulic Discourse" in observ-
ance of Shabbos Hagodol. Pass-
over will be ushered in at 6 p. m.
Monday night by Cantor Maurice
Mamches, who will chant all holi-
day services. Monday morning the
traditional Siyom Habchorim will
be conducted at 7:30 and 8:30 a. m.,
at which all first born sons are
urged to be present. Tuesday
morning Rabbi Rosenbloom will
preach in English on "Freedom as
the Jew Understands It." Wednes-
day morning the Rabbi will preach
in Yiddish on "The Symbol of the
Four Cups of Wine."
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Fifteen
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN
Rabbi
RKLKJIOUS SERVICES
SISTERHOOD
'rj,l;i.. evening services, Temple
,, M mini's Reform Jewish
, n, |37 N. E. l'.'th Btreet,
g. .'clock. Dr. Kaplan will
L ie Bubject: "The Jewish
[l i iristian Interpretation of
itorj "
fl,may evening, April 8th, is
Services will be held at
le at <> o'clock, after
lii-h i Jnilj services, called the Seder.
i, lesday morning, April 7th,
, at the Temple at 11
lock. The following members of
Confirmation Class will con-
services: Billy Mayer,
Suit; Rubin, Theresa Berlin,
\ Cohen and Theodore
ant. Dr. Kaplan's lecture will
"Today's Exodus from the
Slavery."
t every child in the Re-
|ious School to attend services
Tuesday morning, and we hope
pir parents will be with them.
KLLIGIOUS SCHOOL
Confirmation class will take part
in the services Tuesday morning:
Billy Mayer, Irving Rubin, The-
resa Berlin, Prances Cohen and
Theodore Plant.
The School contributed $5.00 of
its collection to the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau of this city.
The following children celebrated
their birthdays last Sunday by
contributing toward the Library
Fund, and having the children sing
Happy Birthday to them: Rita Hy-
man, Teddyllyman, Fred Bulbin
and Natalie Lavine.
-uodo oqi OAB.i m.>)s. ing prayer, services read by Teddy
Plant and closing prayer given by
Donald Kanett. The best attend-
ance was in Intermediate depart-
ment, class two, and the highest
collection in High School depart-
ment, class two.
On account of the Passover holi-
day, the Sisterhood meeting will
he held this Friday afternoon at
2:80 o'clock. The Nominating com-
mittee will bring in their report,
and there will be election of offi-
cers.
M><. E. Max Goldstein is pre-
paring a delightful program, and
every member of the Sisterhood is
expected to attend this most im-
portant meeting.
o
GENERAL
Three Cities, by Shalom Ash, is
among the first along with Salva-
tion by the same author.
Jewish Caravan, which is an out-
standing compilation of works by
famous authors from Bible times
to the present.
De Vriendt (Joes Home: Arnold
Zweig. "The Zionist problem as
the central theme in a novel of
love, fanaticism, intrigue and mur-
der."
As I Know Them: Rebekah Ka-
hut. "This famed Jewish matriarch
-peaks for the Jew in America as
she has known him. With deep
understanding she describes his as-
pirations and achievements in a
human document of intense inter-
est."
Step-Children of the World:
.Manuel J, Mayer. "The story of
an immigrant who escapes a pa-
grom in Roumania, reaches Amer-
ica, becomes a successful physi-
cian, nearly wrecks his life through
participation in the World War,
(Continued on Page 1>)
Some of the new hooks in the
library need no introduction. For
the others, all of which we recom-
mend for one mood or another, we
are publishing here a short blurb.
These are for adults.
J. A. massif:
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I.T..
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in Sunday morning in
Hall. All children are ex-
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morning, and at the Tem-
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. which begin at 11 o'clock.
Ilowing children from the
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, April 3, 19s

Religion Through
Art
(Continued from Pajre 4)
f!"m the family gathering, to a,
certain extent, to provide a great,
heroic survey of the ra of
the Hebrew- in the land of Egypt,
and of their liberation. Incident
occurring in Egypt are presented
graphically and dramatically. We ;
have a chorus of Egyptians, a
chorus of Israelites, Pharaoh, Mo-
MI and the Voice of God, the latter
beirnr represented by a chorus sing-
ing in unison behind the scenes.
The five wise men each of
whom receives his individual char-
acterization: Eliezer the stern,
Joshua the gentle and forgiving,
etc.connect their discussion and
their narration of legends with the
event! that take place. Thus the
fourth, fifth and sixth parts of our
work constitute a great historical
portrait falling into three sections
in accordance with the Seder ritual
as prescribed by Rabbi Gamaliol.
The fourth part, Maror, portrays
the sufferings in Egypt; the fifth
part, Pesach, shows the plagues;
the sixth part, Matzo, tells of the
departure from Egypt and includes
the Red Sea scene. Here we
make use of the beautiful legend
that God interrupted the joyful
song of the angels with the words:
"Would you rejoice while the crea-
turca oi My land perish?' S ......
even this national struggle f.i.i. he*
on a note of all-embracing hu- i
manity. At the close of the sixth
part the disciples summon the wise '
men to morning prayer, and the '
music takes on a matutinal mood.
The seventh part takes us back
to the family group and brings us
Beveral important parts of the Se-
der ritual, such as the song of the
kid and the great hymn of praise
which brings the work to a close.
This seventh part is again child-
like and familiar in mood, so that
the magnificent and sometimes
gloomy historical portrayal of the
middle sections is framed in the
peaceful joy of the holiday mood
and the childlike interchange of
questions and answers.
The music of Paul Dessau i>
highly individual, as he has al-
ready shown in the great Palestine
film. "Avodah." His composition
is vigorous and gripping, unusually
mobile in rhythm, and powerfully
melodic in many passages. It has
given me great happiness to have
Paul Dessau as my collaborator. I
have seen his "Avodah," directed
by the famous Lerski and produced
by Boroschek. These three men
have together created a great work
of art that is worthy of our re-
constructive work in Eretz Israel.
We expect to have our oratorio
completed very shortly. Interested
in presenting it are Jewish choirs
and orchestras at Tel Aviv, Berlin,
Frankfurt. Prague and other cities.
We have received many inquiries,
but are not expecting to decide
definitely on where the premiere
ii to take place until the work is
fully completed.
i pyrighl 1986 by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate-Palcor Agency)
My Life as German and Jew:
Jacob Wasserman.
The Five Books of Mr. Moses:
Izak Galler. "A novel which sets
forth Jewish character and ideals
with admirable humor
or and
cerity."
We will continue to list
sit-1
BlMtl
books next week. You are all '
sited to visit the library.
Temple Bulletin
(Continued from Page 15)
but later finds happiness."
The Governor of Kattowitz:
Graham Seton. "Spy story of the
World War."
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day, April 8, 1986
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seventeen
The
Sacrifice
,, ,, ;1,is like fiction, yet it
L true. This description of a
fcoonlfcht scene on Mount
jrizim, Palestine, will amaze
C, [he- Bible resuscitated in
||u. twentieth century. A fas-
adventure on Passover
[ the oldest Palestine
I Palestine <-f today.
I itor.
,.. \m CIVANA
een the lamb of sacri-
lt.,l i i the altar. 1 have seen
knife of the one who sacrifices
d the neck of the neck of
al lamb until the rich
flows freely on the
bund.
have heard the wild, primitive
t,iUu of triumph as the knife
(withdrawn from the neck of the
I,,!, of sacrifice.
have ->in the last pale reflec-
|n f a sacrifice as ordained in
Bible nineteen centuries after
Temple was laid in ruins.
have Been the Paschal sacrifice
J tin- .- maritana upon the sum-
| ie mountain of blessings,
hunt <" rizim.
rusalem before sunset.
t gun was sinking fast as I
}hed Ataroth. It was dark
Bamallah of the Arabs. The
6i- were out before 1 reached
| fell. As I drove into Nab-
the cursed hill Kbal
I li -scd Gerizim, the moon
up.
|l must hurry to the hilltop if I
: time for the Passover
the Samaritans. The
I the mountain is long and
i he recent rains have
I : a series of steps which
| ago enabled the weary
jrim to ascend more easily the
| top of which once stood
famous temple.
I1' dotted with tents, for
itans have left their
|mc- in the town and have en-
re for the whole of the
I A weird chant irreets
L, like the sound of the readers
of the Koran in the Mosque of
Omar. It grows fuller and louder
as I approach a small enclosure
where a sight as dramatic as it
is unusual unfolds itself.
Eight elderly men are lying
prone on the ground upon their
faces. They rise, hold up their
hands towards the heavens and im-
plore mercy upon themselves and
upon their people. Then they pros-
irate themselves again.
They are clothed completely in
| white and they wear turbans upon
their heads. They are bearded, tall,
and bear themselves with patri-
archal dignity. They are a page
from a book of Bible pictures.
They are so unreal that you begin
i to wonder whether you are Dot
imagining the scene, whether you
have not been touched by the moon
which is now riding triumphantly
: through high heaven.
It is Hebrew they are chanting,
but with an accent so strange that
liot a word of it can I make out.
It sounds more like Arabic. 1
strain my ears to catch a familiar
word, but not one word tan 1 recog.
Dize. Their chants are accompa-
nied, .Moslem fashion, by a clap-
ping of hands, now softly, now
l-iotously. Only one or two of ihe
greybeards hold books in their
Lands, written in the ancient script
which we find in old monuments.
Ine rest listen and clap their
hands.
But now there is a movement
away from the enclosure to an-
other part of the hilltop. The
chanting ceases and gives way to
the bleating of lambs. A circle is
formed and into the center of the
circle a number of lambs are
brought. A tall, agile Samaritan
draws the knife from his belt and
waits. The sheep nibble the
ground, unaware of the fate that
overhangs them. A BtaccatO sen-
tence in Mr queer Hebrew I have
been hearing for the last hour, a
flash of the knife, another flash,
another, and each of the sacrificial
sheep falls in its blood upon the
ground.
A howl goes up to heaven, awful
in its savagery, frightening in its
primitive abandonment. "God is
all-powerful!" "A good year to
all of us!" "He delivered us from
Egypt!" "Good is the All-know-
ing" The words that fall from
the lips follow after the wild howl
of triumph.
Meanwhile an enormous pit is
being dug in the ground, and at
the bottom of the pit branches of
the olive tree. More and more
branches are brought, until it
seems as if the pit were half full
Kith them. But, when the sheep
that have been sacrificed are low-
ered into the pti, the wood crackles,
snaps and falls back into place.
The wood is set ablaze, the pit
i covered, and the Paschal Lamb
will be roasted whole in this primi-
tive oven in accordance with the
Law of Moses.
Xow there is a lull in the pro-
ceedings. The High Priest has re-
tired into hsi tent. The old High
Priest used to tell me of his ad-
ventures in the British Museum, of
his interviews with Haham Dr.
(Continued on Page 18)
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Page Eighteen
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Fr'day, April 3

'I
The
Sacrifice
(Continued from Page IT)
Caster, of the sale of ancient Sa-
maritan manuscripts.....The
new High Priest is less talkative,
but he, too, is prepared to be ex-
pansive, to tc-11 you about the glor-
ious past of his people, to complain
of their unhappy present.
For this once mighty people has
dwindled into a handful of poor
beggars, not Arabs and not Jews,
in a country where everyone must
be either Arab or Jew. This once
mighty people has become a show-
people, attractive because they are
like a Genizah fragment, rare, pe-
culiar, a page out of a lost book.
And their days are numbered.
One hour before midnight. The
Samaritans emerge from their
tents; that is to say, the men. The
women remain concealed in their
tents. Slowly, in twos and threes,
they walk towards the pit where
the lambs are being roasted. The
earthen cover is removed and out
of the pit comes blinding smoke,
making the eyes water and the
throat choked. The smoke ra
; way and is lost. One by one the
roasted lambs are hauled out of
the pit and carried far away to a
Epot where they are cleaned and
those parts removed and burned
in the manner prescribed in Levi-
ticus. Then the share of the priests
i carved out of every lamb and
made ready for these dignif.
C'ohanim ....
As midnight approaches the
tense excitement which has been
felt since the pit was opened be-
comes more and more obvious. The
last part of the mystical riti
about to be per-
formed. Every Samaritan feel?
lelf to be the last link in a
long chain which stretches back to
the days when Israel was a pas-
toral people and the sheep the
main source of his wealth. So ex-
cited and beside themselves have
they become that they cannot be
questioned or talked to any
The spectator may watch but in
silence.
One quarter of an hou
night.
A going and coming to and from
the tents. Here a basket full of
matzosnot crisp and stiff like the
matzos of the rest of the w rid.
Soft, limp like the pit::.
Arabs. Enormous, each one the
size of four of ours. The mat-
zos are placed in the enclosure and
the older men squat on their
haunches on the ground. Then
bitter herbs. And then, in a
hushed silence, come the lambs.
No knives. No forks. Each man
thrusts forward his hand, tears off
a mouthful of the sacred meat and
eats with a haste that is incred-
ible. But not a scrap may be left
ifter midnight. It is so writ-
ten. Another handful, a piece of
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matzo, a handful of bitter herbs.
. Then each sucks his fingers.
. The sheep are consumed. The
Paschal sacrifice has been duly per-
formed. Midnight.
And now commences the story
of the Kx.'.lus from Egypt Hour
after hour it continues. Weird
words, weird chants, but the mag-
nificent old story "f a slave people
carried to freedom on eagle's wings
loses none of its hold in these sur-
roundings. The mountain itself.
The maddening moonlight. The
ystery mummers dressed in
white. The mountain of curses
shadowed on the other side of the
: .'.: A language- lost and a peo-
ple breathing its last.
I walk in a dream down the hill.
hauffeur is fast asleep. I
wake him from his dreams and he
-a;-. "You cannot see a thing like
that in England." "No," I repeat
after him. "you cannot see a thing
like that in England."
As I drive past Ramallah of the
Arabs there are no more stars in
... at I rush through Ataroth
the Jewish farmer is leaving his
house to milk the cows and as I
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from retail butchers who try to
palm off non-kosher meat for
^kosher by posting the Star of
David in their window has been in-
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New York State Legislature by
Bernard Austin. The bill would
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butchers selling non-kosher meat
to hang misleading Yiddish or He-
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