The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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TKE WORLD'S WINDOW
THE QUESTION
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
Judge Mack Will B'nai B'rith to Congress Urged
Address Hadassah Hear Educator To Investigate
- column is copyrighted by
Seven Vrts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in hide or
. art strictly forbidden. Any
nfringcmenl will be prosecuted.
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ess. To change
leti ine our destiny.
ert the Jew from
en subject within the
annual speaking trip nisto ro ess that, prima
I luckily to an end. Thou- ,hat, is urge, the fundamental!
miles through this coun- reason for the Jewish renaissance
rhich is a continent; cities of and the Zionist movement,
n I mountain, a few majestic, l tell my troubled questioners
isy hut dull. Everywhere, that. And they see it*. But it is
I was officially invited by vague to them, a mere intellec-
01 non-Jewish organiza- tualistic statement. They agree
-. Jews, Jews. The same Jews, and the truth slips from their
. South. East, West, with the grasp. Souls on the edge of con-
untenances, character-, pre- version need stronger or apparently
at ons, troubles, perplexities, strongei nourishment. Bui
lame Jews that I have seen | many inner obstacles to
: days from Berlin to Bou- overcome and one of the most stub-
the edge of the Saharan born of these, especially for |
and from London to War- over, let us say, forty-five, but also
Members of one people in for many young people, is that
situation which varies not in narcosis induced in them by a
according to the clamorous pseudo-science which.
ation and the nature of th>- duping them for over a centure,
te under which they liv< .- made them terrified at the no-
degrees in the sharp- .,, 0f being luped by any thing
of the Jewish problem evoke, but itself and it- proponents.
ii je, varying psychological -i; it you don't mean," they say,
- .if inner response and outer -'that we are to be religious? You
itment. Today in the United refuse the forbidden foods'.' You
here is a definite and spun. U9her in the Sabbath? You have
ius movement among Jews to. a mezuzah on your door? xou
oncentration, toward a more da wen? Von?'" They have lost
: Judaism, toward return, re- ttu t,,uch with the higher humani-
e, rec nciliavion. The ties, Jewish and non-Jewish. 1 he
stubbornness of the isolated imponderables, which arc the
i !- of minimum Judaism strongest things in the world, mean
lu'ian M C the C
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the annual doi
sored by the VI ami hapti
Senior Ha I issa Z1 M
noon, Mar. 22n I, at I -
at the Tides Hotel Miami 1
Patronesses for the event are
VIesdames Moses Krieger, B
We i kle Bnd J. M. Eisei I
, harge of arrangements an
5. Berlii ai
w,'inkle, co-chairmen, wl
isisted by Mes lai -
.. Alvin C Frank C
1. M. Eisenberg, Alex G
am A. Kelln ,
Marcus, V
::'. Max SI M. P.
1 ravers. The | ublk is
make in mediate res wi*
any members of the
only a limited n
. niniodated.
\
.
gioi
S
B'na !;' at B I
: rorah ext
ng, ''
ng at 8
es of tl t is the i
B'nai B'r th Ma ch
me, a recorded ]
f B'l
'

: | j vivid
.: | to the act m-
1
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-
ai I M( --- S u
M ti a F
severa
. served
. i
Cantor to Hold
Concert Sunday
Nazi Leader to
Appear in Court
- only to set the general trend
arper relief. Let us not for an- so weak. Am
moment inquire too closely into final
causes of this trend and di-
nothing to them, which is why they
then comes their
often explosive
uestion: what, what do you be-
tion. It exists; if exist- every- |jeve
. In remote small communi- Character is fate. Each people
- where fewness makes foi a ,. some moment, usually at that
. -: ite, as u has don,, be m .menf when it becomes
ind will again, froni thetotol people, has an experience, pre-
.:-!, problem, where, therefore,'cjgelj that experience of becoming
strong human tempta- 0 people, which it records in myth,
ward voluntary forgetful- vision, in scripture in a cre-
. even there men and women ative structure which is the image
no m-re forget;; even there f its soul and therefore oi its
. stretch out. as it were, anten- fate, whlch is true, truer than any
Of yearning toward a .source outer thin,- that happened and can
fortitude and healing which they ,. proved, true not only for tne
....... ,, not understand. tremendous moment in which the
people was born but foi all agei
To need with an immcn.se and ^ egpeciaHy for ihc great recur-
gic need a thing of which so ^ ^^ r rebirtn. |. eth avo-
often only a faint and far memory ^ ^ nM1.lth Adonai eth ha-bnth
nains what a perplexing and ha_goth not with our fathers did
difficult situation. The luckier Kl(.,al m8ke this covenant.
eople, Still strongly allied to the ^ t,v(,M with us who are
eat tradition, still unalienated ^ ;.jv(, 1()(|ay: How true
Mom knowledge, method, faith, .g, Wl. ,,, live as individuals
often jeer at those thousands grop- ^ g people ,miy by renewing
ing in a mist after which they need j ,.... When we break it
more and more for their lives ami ^^ prog,Ure we, too, break. It
the lives of their children. Yet it wed j different ages in dit-
' f rent ways Our historic and b S-
torical religion was always a de-
until it was petrified
New York (WNS1 A sun
on Frit Kuhi
Uader of the pi v'
American Bund, to .. '
nagistrate's court on M
Ma ch 2Hth, to answei a i
that the bund is violating s
440 of the Ten..; I
. w York, was obtaii : Ma.
jor Julius Hochfeldi msel foi
Sai i German-A
ie for Cultu r
the complaint is
:h i- no '"w
York, is doing business
ng filed declarati n >i its :
-,. with the secretary >f Sew
York state. The business in this
cage is the publication of the
Deutscher Weckruf und Be. i
ter Nazi weekly. Major Ho
der also called upon President
Roosevelt to take steps for a sweep-
ing federal inquiry into the activ-
itiea 0f Nazi organizations
st annual
ing Cantor Maui Man
Beth la S i
M .. i Bea wil Su
day c ng, March 21st. a
... ^ ng at 6

.. a ai I as
leard in s<
i :
ay a tiumbi l-
-. .. \ aham Drucker wil
ard in several flute nu
stars in I area
V i il admissici
and th II
,1 to attend.
aut -

c
'. la and
s in t
Unit- States will
in Congress by Representative
Sa Me* York
He ai submit
such itain
cage against
United
Sta S i Kmi ans If this
-< I inquiry does I esult
\ Ameri-
w ffi .. ther
- hi ailing >
ted
States a ations
Germa
M<
\ can

tave
ird I ''>!
nifori w k tie
is garb
gi ,r ne tunic
neckband,
..: and silver braid
. .;-, His ffi -l '
rill wea the swastika
reasi f thi anic,
ers will wear
t -.. d Kuhi aid '.hat
ratti i '
a Vmerican
\..
Sew' Hera
,i thej
I heir
so I
.. I j ha|
Our Policy
Zionists Will
Continue \\ ork
Is to be remembered that all ihese
troubled and .lewishly vacant souls
did not desire this condition to come
did not desire this condition ./- veioping one until it was >""-
about. It was their unha]i)>y hen- ^ ^ ghulchan aruch. We need
tage from several preceding gene- n 0Urselves with the days
rations of men who themselves did ^ |oging ,)f lhc Talmudim.
not will it, who themselves only ^ ha,arh,h. I he chief
consented to it under a pressure ^ Met w;,y ot path to-
,,,,,!, Uiey forgot and wanted and ^ ^ palh fi, to the Zion
needed to forget in order to be r ^^ ;|ml thence to the
able to forget the sterner U t^g ^ Vlsrae, BUt
truth, that minorities divorced ^ on ,.ag.8)
from speech and soil do not eve,, (Contl.
ft}/,/,.
NOTE
For the Purpose of
M'CHIRAS CHOMAYTZ
the following is called to the at-
tention of the public:
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
0f the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will be at his
,,.,. 215 S. W. 19th ave., every
moming from 10 to 12, and every
afternoon ac the Synagogue
from 4 to 6.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth
David will be at the Synagogue
every morning from LOto 12 and
eve v afternoon from 4 to 6.
|on tWNS Pali n Agenc> I
So matter what the Royal Com-
n decides, the rel
'. .|. wish National Home in Pales
tine will go forward. Dr. i
Weizmann. president of the Jew sh
Agency, declared at the opening ol
a Keren Kayemeth bazaar in a
Whitecbapel gallery. The occasion
was marked by the presentation to
him of $25,000 for the Mifal Bit a
. n, Emergency Fund of the Jew-
ish Agency. The gift was made
by the Federation A British Syna-
rues. Alluding to the attacks
lews of recent weeks Dr. Weiz.
mann voiced -everybody's amaze
o,.t" at the inability of the Pales-
t n Government to cheek the
crimes. Referring to the searches
.. new territories for Jewish
colonization. Dr. Weizmann as-
serted that all such schemes had
proved their unfeasibility and had
merely Berved to divert Jewish re-
sources and energies from the prin-
cipal task of upbuilding Palestine
The Jewish Floridian feels that
a splendid waj of cementing ihe
friendships, and avoiding misun-
derstandings between Jews and
non-Jews is lending the opportu-
nit) to our non-Jewish friends of
knowing and learning of our every
day life and activities. Vn ea->
and inexpensive wa> of carrying n
this work, we believe, is the send-
ing of the Jewish Floridian to a
nun-Jewish friend each and every
week. And it is for this purpose
thai we now have several solicitors
covering this area.
The Jewish Floridian is proud of
the fail lhat it is always on the
alert to protect the interests of its
feik> Jews and to expose anti-
Semitic ami un-American propa-
ganda. Il is proud of the fact that
ii> publisher has interested B'nai
B'rith In Florida in the effort to
prevent further dissemination of
,m Vmerican propaganda.
Our representatives are solicit-
ing subscriptions for the paper and
not collecting funds for B'nai
B'rith or any other organisation.
It you are told otherwise, please
;.'. i c us Immediatelj.


I
jj"i" Ta" ____ IIIK JKW1SH FLORIDIAN ______________ Friday, MarchJV1937
finest hotels in this area, will re-
main open for the general accom-
modation of the public and their
guests during the entire Passover
week. Special Sader ceremonies
will be conducted in the traditional
manner. Those desiring to attend
are urged to make immediate rese:
with Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan Dairy of Miami Beach. The Acme tive director of the "Y" and one at Nan Young's, Fifth st. and vations. The hotel is operated on-
ol l ;: Israel officiating in the Dairy, one of the largest plants of the outstanding communal Washington, ave., Miami Beach, der the same management as the
pivsauice of only the immediate >., thia .,,, uin have a resident workers in this area, will conduct and important discussion on the Hotel New Yorker and the Lor-
>':' the family. Miss
Mr. and Mrs. II. L Marcus,
active communal workers of this
city, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Norma II., to Mr.
-Max Mat/, of Minefield. W. Va.. the
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mat/,
of Miami Beach, next Tuesday al ^ftr^
the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach,
el
SOCIETY
Man;. is ;, graduate of Brooklinc
Hi--'! -< ool and attended Duke
L'ni vnal years. Mr.
Ma in the hotel and
theal i I 'he i ouple will
mak in Minefield.
W.
1 : Sadei
Beth ; '' id Sj nngog
i bu ter an
t Beth Davi I Ti [
i ilal Rabbi Shapiro in
' i I isted
by ti of the Si
wil the children of
r ii ah it i : Sunday scho il
w it! fre .' follow i
r.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of
1 ami Jewish Orthodox Congrcga-
a ted by Rabbi David
C'lein, associated with Beth Jacob
Mashgiach named by the Rabbis services al the Evans Hotel, Miami Donor's Dinner will take place.
ai the dairy supervising the feed- Beach, both nights of the Pass- Ail member." arc urged to be pres-
n at this meet inj
of the
oi the cattle, the bottling to iver Sedorim, according to an an-
'!:" evi j religious require- nounrement by the management,
will be strictly adhered t >. Those desiring to make reservi
hgiach will also be in at- tions are urged to do so iinnu -
i al plant of the dairy diatelj because of the limited ac-
i ami Beach and each bottle commodntion.- available.
and kagi will tw ar a special
facsimile signatures Mis. Dorothy Rosoffsky of Lib-
Rabbis. Milk, weet and irty, X. Y., will I irst speaker
i i cneese
he sold
m,
without any i ici
will
it< I' idaj night ser\ ice
Ii I. ii id ion glit Rabbi Max
ii will preach on "Religious
Pulpit ni Pew." Saturday
K Rabbi Shapiro ill ; each
\ tldish because of Shabby
of the i u
:; on Friday March r.'tli.
Mayflower Hotel al -' p. m.,
.....i- iied by tho Senior Council of
,I( m ii li Women. Her ubject will
"Manm i an i Morals of the
) er Genei ation." M rs. El
Stone ill speak on "Fiec Will, a
Factor or a Fallacy." .Mrs. Libby
London will discuss current events
charge of the production of the
fines! in dairy products kosher for
Passover for the Land (>' Sun
. i in- Nazi < 'hallenge." (Ian tor
i ouis Hayman, assisted bj I
I a\ id chi ir, will chanl the servio ,
Congregation, Miami Beach, are in Saturday morning services beg
ai 8:30 o'clock. The Junior Con-
glegation will meet for services n
10:30 a. m.
The regular open meeting of the
public -peaking class sponsored by
the Senior Council of National
Women was attended by more than
.ne hundred and twenty-five resi-
dents and visitors last week when
an "ui landing program was pro-
se nted by the membership.
lol on "Half-Waj Accepted and this will be followed by general
il -en- *i< n, Ali I
|H e-ide.
M. Weinstein
raine Hotel of Atlantic City.
Mrs. Max Dobrin, chairman of
the nominating committee of Tern-
well-known La Flora and pie Israel Sisterhood, will bring in
I ha< a promi- the following recommendations at
, ,,. ,. the Sader the next meeting, which will be
rhts during held Monday, April 5th, al Kaplan
pa er h il days and Hall:
. ., pa 0Ver delicacies for Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan, for re
i- famous will be i lee n as pres dent; Mrs.
fir | vice president;
,. ittending will Mrs. Prank Coret, for Becond vici
i,,- Kjv. cial attention to in- president; Mrs. Harry Kevins, foi
er; Mrs. Henry I. Williams.
,,,,.. ecording cretaryj Mrs. P
Perl an, foi corresponding secre-
Mr, and Mrs. Ixmis >: try; >Irs. M irris Plant, for tinan-
Vluriel, of Wauke cial secretary; Mrs. Law
L. II... were hosts at a farewell Sapero, for auditor.
dinner partj lasl night at the Hotel
Evans. The following guests at-
I. nded the dinner:
Trustees wil. be: Mrs. II. \V.
E.GORDON
Jewish Rituals
Vice-President
( VRTER & WIXSOM, Inc.
u
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
511 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-8421
Residence Phone 2-1398
1 I sr.i. ROOMS FOR JEWISH
(AsKs
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Evans and
sons, .lack and Luke, left today by
boat for Havana. Cuba, where they
wil api ni several day- vacation-
ng. Mr. and Mrs. Evans are the
owners of Hotel Evans. Kith ami
Collins ave., Miami Beach, and
Hotel Evans in Loch Sheldrake,
\eu fork.
* 9 *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. J. Blumberg,
Mrs. D. M. Kupperman, Mrs. II.
Rosenblum, Waukegan, III.; Mrs.
Mini ice Kahan. Mr. Aiin Kalian,
Mrs. Maurice Bloomberg, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Bloomberg, Chicago, III.:
Mr. and Mrs. A. '. Spitzer, Gary,
Ind.; Mrs. Ira Block, Glencoe, 111.
Music during the dinner was pro-
vided by .lad, Coleman and his So-
ciety Orchestra.
M Jacob II. Kaplan and Mrs.
Peibelman, Mrs. Sam Km/.. Mrs.
Louis Zeientz, .Mrs. Herbert Simon.
Mrs. -lack Bernstein, Mrs. Harry
Marcus, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine.
Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mrs. Morris
Cowen.
Nominations may also be made
from ihe floor.
have just returned from a trip to ,\. M. Cohen announce the card
Hotel Astor
Washington at 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
To rooms, each with bath;
radio in every room; Kteain
heated; spacious lobby, i n-
.....i sun parlor, beautiful
patio, free .solarium.
D. ROSNER
Owner and Operator
Havana where they celebrated their
sixteenth wedding anniversary.
Mrs (Alia Razovsky, interna
tionally-known authority on immi- The Sea Breeze Hotel will have
KTation and head of the immigrn- rcv. S. Gutman, well-known
tion department oi the National shoched and resident of Miami
' i uncil of Jewish Women, was ti Beach, directing the services both
visitor to Miami during the past of the Sader nights during the com.
week and while here was the guest jnR Passover holiday. A delight-
f Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, president fu| ana enjoyable affair is prom
" lhr loettl section of th.....gani- j8C(] by all. Reservations are
nation, urged immediately, as every effort
will In- made to provide for all
Cantor Boris P Machman, execu- :,.,irig attend.
party to be held at the Dallar Park
Hotel for the benefit of the Temple
Israel Sisterh.....I has been post-
! one unt il April 0th at the same
place.
The Tel,-- Hotel, one of the
+>AVNU
W.7 l-hA.t5l5.'ST.Phon* 7-8551
Sun.-Mon., March 2S-29
Gracie Allen
George Burns
HERE COMES COOKIE
M. L. MARCUS CO.
Office Supplies and Furniture
Desks, Chairs. Files, Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1601
s^ssi^ar*^aBBBBba^B^^^^^^>a
"Drink
Tor Your
Stomach's
Sake"
DR. K. S. AKERS
DENTIST
1764 N. W. 86th St.
Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-21S1
To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand
AUGUST BROS.
DELICIOUS PRODUCTS
\ complete line of Almond and Coconut Macaroons, Nut Cake,
Sponge Cake, all Holiday Delicacies, all reasonabl) priced.
\i All Leading Delicatessen and Grocer) Stores, or at
Our Bakery
AUGUST BROS.
361 S. \V. Eighth Street Phone 2-9435
Make Your Reservations Now for the
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
at
An a Idrcsg on The Beginnings
of Hadassah" bj Rabbi Ci Iman
Zwitman featui ed .ho mo?t in of
Junior Hadassah last Mon lay eve-
ning. Miss Sh i ley Levy presented
ne vend readings.
Plans for > he annual I >i n >r'
Dinner were di u so i. Miss u
drey Cutler will be chairman of
the affair, which will take place on
Apia' 12th. It has been announced
that the Maxwell Furniture Com
pany has donated a coffee table
to Junior Hadassah, for which
members may sell chances, then by
helping to earn the money neces-
-aiy for admission to the dinner
Mrs, Miii ray Grossman, presi-
dent, i> call ng ;i meeting for Mon-
day, Manh 22nd. This will be a
dinner meeting to be held at 8:30
"The Skyscraper Hotel on the Ocean"
Ocean Drive al Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets
STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE
Where '..39? "l'VZ/3 Is a Reality
PASSOVER MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC
THE TEMPLE
GROCERY AND
MARKET
1503 N. W. First Street
\\ ILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY
PAS80VER WANT!
A complete line of Manisrhe-
witl Matzo Meal, Noodles,
Coffees, leas. Sugar. Prunes
and Nuts of all kinds.
Spices. Vinegar and Passover
Candies
FREE DELIVERY
Phone 2-3631

Choco'atc-Covered Orange and
Grapefruit In (he/. Francois 75c lb.
Carolyn Pecan Ro'ls in Pine-
needle Baskets 1.00
Indian River Fruit, boxes 1.50 to 8.75
Tropical .lel'y and .Marmalade in
Gifl D0*es 1.25 to LOO doz.
Tasty Crystallized Fruit in Easter
baskets from .......................50c to 4.(10
Schlcy Pecans, fancy halves in
baskets from 50c to 5.00
MAIN STORE, STREET FLOOR,
AND lit KDINKS LINCOLN ROAD
Burdine's



Friday, March 19, 1937
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Three

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PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY
l.y the
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KDITOKIAI. OF.'ICES :
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I'll..in' 2-11 :i
J. LOUIS 8HOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
BERNARD MORGENS 11 CRN
Field l( prese itative
Entered M Mcond elnsa matter July I, il'80. :ii tli.- I'ost Oific, m M,;,mi. H.iriil...
under tin- \. i Hi ch I, 1878
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS ROSE M. RUBIN
Representative
ORLANDO
MRS B. .1 COHEN
Representative
WEST I'M M BE Mil
MRS M. SCHREBNICK
Represent itiva
T VMPA
M. II. KISLER
Representative
Six Months
i- Venr
SUBSCRIPTION
St mi
FRIDAY, MARCH Mi. I!i:57
Vol. 10No. 12
Miami
Y. M. H. A.
Notes
H> HARRY SCHWARTZ
With the whole community look-
ing forward to the Y. W. II. A.'a
irst annual competitive vaudeville
:'.n.l dance Sunday evening, March
21st, al Kaplan Hall. Chairman
I m'| hine Kolman and her commit-
tee arc laboring diligently in mak-
ng this presentation a most suc-
'ul one.
Assisting Miss Kolman are:
Beatrice Lapan, Mis. Catherine
Morris, Mrs. Rose Lubel, Rosalyn
Friedman and Mrs. Marion Shindel.
Fifteen outstanding .1 < w i a :i
-Imips in the greater Miami area
have entei i r First prize honors
and Io' -ii lie awarded to
judges.
.in the e ng are: Mr.
Rudy A |i communal
v.i'iker; s. R< iVeiss, active
social woi.. I Mrs. F. C.
Fisher, heao i the Federal The-
ater Players,
B. 11. I!., popular stage and radio
star, who did a >p!i ndid job of
Weil Spoken, Governor!
r ...... H emceeing la i years Men s Amu
Ii i. indeed heartening i<> Floridians generally and to ,u) sh wjl| ,n
lewish citizens of this great state to know that Governor | Umt Mosut. nnd Sl.n
I rod P. Cone has again shown his courage and determination i( Raj Mm ,s populai. Greefc
!o speak the truth when the occasion arises. ,' n, B_ ,. B_
lialei tition, will ai isl B. B. B.
A native of that section of Florida which at one time A| ,h. con,.,usoll of ,,. vaU(le.
was known to have harbored those who had but little love or v|lle ,.,.,.,,,,. rjancing will
Follow.
i ns that have enlvr* 1
( a.e are Junior I ladassaii,
Senior Hadassah, .luninr Council,
Sioga Fraternity, B'nai B'rith No.
nao iiiitin ii i\i ,*. i.......Mm ...f..- ...... .... .....
respect for those not of their own faith. Governor Cone is
to be congratulated for having shown his true liberalism and
unsullied Americanism last Monday night in a message to
the great mass of .lews and non-Jews attending the anti-Nazi
protest meeting at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The message which evoked enthusiasm and prolonged cheers ^ Templa ,.,.., ,.,.,., ,)avi,i
read in part: "I am of the opinion that it is the desire of all n ,,, ai ,, Jewjgn Welfare Aux-
sound-thinking citizens to preserve peace and democracy and
anything that has to do with the oppression of the races and
iheir religion is of vital concern to the civilized world."
Coming at a time as this, when decent-minded citizens
are interested in the passage of a law that will prevent the
dissemination of race hatred propaganda in Florida, the mes-
sage of Governor Cone is indeed heartening. It should, and
we hope will, lend encouragement to the forces of B'nai H'rith | Y(U t..m )jo youl. |m|l by Bltenj.
and their non-Jewish friends in this fight to preserve ^ an, ne|ping yolll. respective or-
.mericanism. ganization win first-place honors.
It is a privilege to commend Governor Cone tor | Buy youI. ticket now, as we antici-
si lendid message.
Congregation, Jewish Welfare Aux-
l.aiy. Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation, A. '/ A., .luninr Y. M.
II. A., Miami. Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, Vounjr Judeans,
Civic Cluli, Senior Council of Jew-
ish Women and tin- Miami Bea 1
Jewish Social Set.
Plans I'm- a motion pii u of a stupenduous natu e a
musical interpretation of Borneo and Juliet, coating in .lie i
hood of 83,000,000, are being made by Rudy Va i il a as learned
from a relialili source yesterday.
The pi.;..re will be made along the lines of a light opera with
Rudy aingim his way through the part of Romeo and also
Ihe picture.
Rudy has a few id, as of hi- own as to who will lie selected for
ihe part of Juliet. He believes that what the screen needs mine than
anything else is a new personality, some one who will sweep ihe na-
tion like wildfire, and he intends to find her if he can.
During the next three months Vallee will make many p. I mil
appearances throughout the country, seeking new faces and a girl for
the part of Juliet. The girl he selects must not only he lovely, hut
possess an excellent voice anil, above all, have personality.
If. after an extensive search, he fails to find her, he will offer the
part to Qrace Moore or some other celebrity.
Shall We Be Deaf to the Call?
In these davs when we hear so much of the woes and
trials of our feilow-men throughout the entire .world one
wonders if small, still voices within our own midst will be
heard above it all. .
There are just three involved ... a little boy of seven .
a girl of nine .. another boy of eleven They seek a Jewish
home where they may be reared in Jewish sur,;;!"nd,""isn.antf,
live as real Jewish hoys and girta should Ihe> want to
know the beauties of real Jewish home environment. .TJej
want to believe that their fellow Jews still have the tradi-
tional love of children within then, they WMt 0 Ibe .
thev crv out to all of us we want to remain within the
of the Jewish settlements to en
large their self-defense measure
was presented to J. Hathorn Hall,
,.,[, a complete sellout, and can lacting high commissioner of PaleS-
ElSSUre seats only to those who act ti,lc, by David hen Gurion. chair-
now. There absolutely will he no I mBn 0f the Jewish Agency Kxecu-
licketa sold after March 21st, I uVe, and Dr. Bernard Joseph, legal
rcdaink? Admission is 50 cents I adviser of the Executive. During
a lengthy diacuaaion of the meas-
ure necessary the government was
The World's
Window
j LUDWIG LEWISOHS
ier person.
The board
of directors of the
I
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i do not love over-secularisation
presented with a program ol six.
V M II. A. and their rental agent.- ,|, ma.uls. It is understood that and am ha-aret, and at most wan-
jot together and decided to give they included the folowing: (1) a dering substitute Maggid that I
the "V" building a Peaaachdige radical change in the manner I have become from time to time, I
painting. We have an active build- administrating the en.ire north; i,,.^,. ,,IV poor, seeking, melancholy
,g committee, with E. Albert Pal- (2) an immediate strengthemngot unfulfied friend n
,,. chai,man, and President Al the defenae forces (3) adequate
Roa. nfeld Milton Friedman and I provia on fo. tin extension of self- (features, mere gestures, d need be,
,ack Apte meeting last Sunday ,,efense in the northern settle which will at length, since they
they cry out to No j |ibcra,ion. the great ,,.,, haVe decided on a moat ap- menu; 4) more v.gorous measure. ftre riRht and native and savil,K in
" hrv I m nn ( be redeemed and liberated from pl.0priate plot of ground located m against br.gands; (5) the insti a- tlloil. nalu,.t. mduce the higher
Passover,.they, too. want UMJiru rf ^^ own oK Dr|ve between l7th Bnd ti of judical reforms to provide emotions, the prouder thoughts. I
a lite that threatens to enguii wn ^ gtreet| whicn wiu be recom- m0re rapid trials, and () stronger beK lh{.m l(( lt.arn otlii beracha.
hiaking. ... the Jewish Welfare mended Watch for future data in punishments for murderers and that over the bread and to cover
It's not a matter ol JjJLjLI have been given future editions. agitators. their heads and repeat it before
Bureau, whose "ar *" l i,,wjsh home in either one or!--------- The Hebrew press has united in their children to abolish Christ-
until March 2I5rd to 9J** ... f (he carc 0f these The activities of the combined ,;,,,.,, a challenge to the Tales- maa trees and burn the rhanukah
not more than two '^.I'esand will pay has ^ ^
children II OH Marcn jwranj ... |o
ol cue i(iiiiuini..i diracting a eminence io tiws iok-- mas trees ami ourn ine < nuiiunuu
ill be a-hummill' ,;M(, Goveniment to take adequate |jghta ... to make their houses by
children If on./V!'!rC"i,"w"i|'! ''C' 'thev'wiU be given to BgBin now'that Executive Director mea8Urea to protect the life and gome quietly conspicuous symbol
provided, the inevitame win ion .. Bori8 Schlachman is in possession pl(11 (.,,v 0f the Jewish commu- Jewish houses in the sight of their
the care of those who are not jev s .. ^ djd ^ ^ ^ ^ contract to aid us in our ty Responsibility for the blood ,,,,,, friends To find the
Shall it D* SamOl """JJvZf this area. These chil- task of erecting a Community ghed recent week.- was placed path, in other words, by treading
heed? We have faith in tne Jt> and will with tenter. Best of luck, Boris. on the government by Davar, He- it w:.icn j.. the only means of
dren, too, will be bnai chorin lrtt.m^t' j lradition brew labor daily, which declare.!
Jewish families, men and| women of heart ^ ^K,ri, is B radical
enjoy the Sader *2J22LST5tt the Jewish Welfare Jewish NeWS cbang in the policy of admin
We urge you to communicau wnn j c tt i o h n n hope
Hureau NOW. _--------------------------
Members of Congres
Heal Apology Prom Germany
,ss To Demand officials and institutions,
Washington, D. C. (WNS)-
Membera of both houses of Con-
gress are reported to be greatly
dissatisfied with the character o1
the reply by Germany to America's
representation against the Nazi
I attacks on American women,
The feel-
so bitter among Senators
and Congressmen that many of
tnem are threatening to bring the
qUe tion to the floor of Congress
unlesa Secretary of Stale Hull
pre sea for a full apology by Ger-
many. Failure of the State De-
partment to make public the texl
of Germany's reply has only in-
ciiased the resentment.
Around the
World
11 alien there can be no hope for a
termination of the slaughter."
finding any i ath. Of such para-
doxical nature arc all the classical
iin.ha of the moial life. .
A book Bhould be written, of
course, a book not t io long and
------------------ very lucid on the psychological
\,w York (WNS) The Ami- tiuth f the b eal autochthonous
Piejudice League, a new non-aec- scrip urea of mankind and so of
t-jrian organization oppoaed to ra- the trut'.i o; ths Torah for Jews
lewiah Agency Demands Change ial and religious intolerance, has .. |( ; e book directions
Of Administration In Northern be ii organized here by a group of should be basis tor
Palestine i Yorkers. The firs! activ- the renew.;, in living practice of
______ ty of the league is the initiaticn .;,,. covenant And if the
Jerusalem (WNS Palcor of a I ycotl a ainsl Bermuda be- gedclim among our spiritual lead-
agency) A firm demand for .. cause of the decision of the Ber- ers slack on that job much longer
_e in the administration of i to exc'.udo
northi rn Palestine and the fight Jews
l rn ly be c i to un Ii i take it
myself. .


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 19, 1937
I
III I.I.I TIN
IEMIM.K iSRAEL
01 Miami
137 \ E 19th St.
' Ml i.i Phono 'I 77 15
;: \ l!!!l JAi'Clh li KAPLAN
' Hi \ hurore Dnvi
ir.irh S-S'STi
I Hi, ,r
i !', .! I hi Kahh
hi y ar.
K MIDI CO I.MAN A /. vV I T.MAN
5311 V E. .list St.
U in mi 2-954S
wll l.c ,ii the Ten.|':i' every morn
only Kin reservations will be ac-
cepted, is under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Frank Perlnian and Mrs.
Samuel Basker. A sumptuous and
delicious meal will be catered at
absolute cost, including a turkey
dinner. Pas over wine, all of the
Passover traditional dainties and
tips for sei v ce at only $2.50 per
a lull an $1.50 per child. The only
reservation;1 possible are by check
to the T< mple office or t<> the mem-
i of the committee, and the first
100 reservations made through ad-
,-ani v I full payment will be ac-
cepted a- ih" participants in the
Fami'y Sedei which will be long
ben ii. Kindly send all
CONliRKCATIONAL
I'.OO i i person. The program
1 wi hi ented in the Temple au-
ditorium, and the dancing will fol
>n to be given this Pri- |ow the show downstairs in Kap-
ng, March l'Jth, 1937, by Hall. Refreshments will be
Kaplan will be i meat im- gcrv, L .,.- ., ,.,.,.,,, ,.,.wd ig ex.
ecause ii will treat with ,,.,.;,,, ,,, ,villl. ., Bnd ,,.|iv(.
1 problem which arises 8g.ain happy moments through the
hecks
lanii!;.
22nd.
f0|
an.!
reservations for your
friends before March
ami Beach, March 28th, to cele-
brate the induction of Tau Xi
chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity at tin1 University of Miami.
according to Max .1. Breiten, pres-
ident of the fraternity's grand
council.
More than 200 guests are ex-
.1 to attend the banquet, which
will take place following the in-
stallation ceremonies at the Elks
home.
n iu is planned under the
of Tau Alpha chapter of
hi at the University
of Fl rida.
I ii Ii .,[ fi om eight Southern
universities and colleges will come
here to as ist in I he ceremonies.
Society
;. g.....ration. The question
the necessity of organized
channels of Religion will be dis-
! bj Dr. Kaplan in his lecture
or "Institutional Religion."
Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the
-. after which a Sisterhood
i ecept on will be given.
\ ompli le li
if imported
reminiscences of old-time movies, "Carmel" Palestinian wines, do-
uch as "The Fa mer' Daughter," mestic Californ'a wines, imported
"The Hazard- of Helen" and many Hungarian and Roumanian "Slivo-
short features
. yesterday.
with all the stars
RKLKilOI'S SCHOOL
Tickets r.iaj I.....btained by call
ing the Temple office, 2-7745, oi
from the following members of the
committee: Abe Aronovitz, chair-
man; Mr. Herbert U. Feibelman,
Mr. Isaac Levin. Mrs. Mynian \.
,\i the assembly of our Religious Levy, Mrs, Tobias Simon, Mr. J.
I last Sunday morning a very D. Apte, Mr. Max Orovitz, Mr. J.
beautiful and well-acted play was Gerald Lewis. Mrs. J. A. Richter,
presented by Mrs. Weinberg's Mrs. Ida Optner, Dr. Frank Corel.
. The play depicted the ne- Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Jack Bern-
tein and Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan.
We extend a welcome invitation
' '.--it j in our day to reinstitutc
- .n e oi' the impressive and soul-
C Jewish customs and cere
:!- I f our people.
The birt hdaj a cell brated in the
blj weie those of Elaine Ben
Ji i'!i Mirsky.
to all of the members of our Jewish
ommunity to come and share with
ii- "Night of Fun."
SISThKHOOI,
A NIGHT OF II N
o _________o
ntei tainment committee of
Ti n | i I.-rael lake- pride in an
i". ng that they have been for-
tunati in securing for the "Night
oi Fun" a most original and most
entertainment, in the form
0 "Hi Rubin's Nickelodeon Show"
with Mr. Rubin in person. This
pic i i tati n of old-time movies has
Ik en received with glowing com-
mon!- by the country's press, and
very same presentation has
hibited by Mr. Rubin at the
i1 functions of Mrs. Rockefel-
ler, Jr., and Mrs. \V. K. Yandcr-
i ill Hi Xcu York this past fall.
I he Night of Fun" will also in-
e!u le a community Bing, in which
i s of the 90's will be used.
1 ai ng to the music of a six-
e band will also be include i in
This Sunday, March 21st, Mrs.
Harry Rubin will upon Mir, a pill i
of the Sisterhood act nit ies, n i uise
around Biscayne Bay for the bene-
fit of the Hebrew Union College
tory Fund. The boat will
leave the dock at Fifth Street and
Alton Head in Miami Beach at I
p. m. sharp. Tickets are obtain-
able from Mrs. Harry Rubin,
J-1450, or from Mrs. Zeientz ai
lie Temple offii e, 2 77 l-\ at $1 .'10
per person.
TEMPLE SEDER
vitz" and the finest of domestic
brandies, all strictly kosher for
Passover, under the supervision of
famous rabbis, will be obtainable
at Jenkins Liquor Store, 130 N.
Miami avc. according to an an-
nouncement by Jenkins K. Cohen
and M lion W'einer. prominent com-
munal worker, who are members oi
tin1 firm.
A debati on the subject. "Re-
solved, Thai the United Stales
Should Have a Jewish University,"
featured i'ie meeting of the Tamar
de S a Poole and Stephen S. Wise
l i line. .India Chili- of Miami on
Thursday, March 18th, at Beth Da-
vid Talmud Torah. Participating
were: (in the nff rmative, Hetty
Kirrhenhaum, Diana Blatman and
Adele Sootin; on the negative, Jack
Mendel, Harold Shapiro and Ira
Sullivan.
Governor Fred P. Cone and fol -
mer Governor Have Sholtz will be
among the distinguished guests ex-
pected to attend an installation
banquet at the .Maniac Hotel, Mi-
A traditional Seder will be con-
ducted by both Of our Rabbis a.-
an accommodation to those mem-
bers and friends who do not havc
a Seiler at home, on Friday eve-
ning, March 2'Uh. 1937, at 6:30 in
-ion ticket, which i- only, Kaplan Hall. This Seder, to which
MIAMI BEACH
Ritter s Hotel
La Flora Hotel
i : INS AVE. ATTHIRTEENTH
. S i 11 I '''Mii' cl il by
REV. HARRY GOLD
S; al Pa Delicacies Si ; ed
\s LIMITED
Vo I i .' ion Early
1.... < for Passover Week
r iis Phone 5-3671
DI1 R\ LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
For the Choices! in
STRICTLY KOSHER
BEEF-VEAL-LAMB
And Fresh Killed
POULTRY
Buy at
Trail Kosher
Meat & Poultrv
Market
1S.'{2 8. Vs. Eighth I.
PHONE 2-3021
FRF.K DELIVERY

iiiiiiiimiiiiiiii
AI.l
GREYHOUND LINES
AMI BEAI II
L Ph. 5-1812
(.Ki:MIOt Mi IKKMINAl. AT MIAMI Mi AC II
FOR C'ORREI I IM S INFORMATION
NORTHBOUND Bl 8SES LEAVE FK(
'Florida's 'Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner"
ST. REGIS
RESfAUPANT
v446 tOLLIN/ AVE.
MIAMI
DtACH
In addition to Cantor Maurice
Mamches, the following artists will
be heard in the concert being spon-
Bored by tne cantor at' Beth Jacob
Congregation next Sunday nijrht:
The Drucker Russian string tet, Arthur Sax of New York,
pianist; Beulah Bouters, accordion-
ist, of Orlando; James Vandersall,
violinist, of Chicago, and Mrs.
Frieda Kohn, accompanist.
Saturday afternoon Rabbi Kell-
ner will deliver the traditional
Shabbos Hagodol pilpulic dis-
ci ursc following the Mincha serv-
ices at 5 o'clock. Shalosh Saudah
and Marriv services will follow.
Imported Hungarian and Roumanian "SLIVOVITZ"
Imported Palestinian "Carmel" Wines
Domestic Kosher Brandies and California Wines
JENKINS LIQUOR STORE
130 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-liion
Make Passover Meals Taste
Better!
Buy
Matzos. -Mat/i) Meal, Noodles. Coffees. Ttas. Sugar,
Prunes, Nuts, Spices. Vinegar
PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Passover Kosher Wines
And the Finest i:i Strictly Koshsr Choice Meats and
Poultry at
Trachtenberg & Frank
1323 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Phoni 206
Free Delivery
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Friday, March 19, 1937
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Fire
Society
A choice of the finest in strictly
kosher Passover wines under the
supervision of Rabbi Abraham A.
Kel'ner of the .Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation is obtainable at
the leading stores in this area and
is being distributed by the Florida
Hushkill Beer Distributors under
Ihe name of the "Yarden" brand.
Aii assortment afford- all their
I articular choice in Imth -wect and
sour wines. Carmel wines direct
from Palestine are also being pro-
vided by the same firm, whose wine
artment is in charge of Ben
I Iceman, well-known and long-
time resident of Uiis area
Schiff's Kosher Market at 618
Collins ave., .Miami Beach, will
again provide their customers with
everything in Passover foods, in-
cluding a complete line of Mat'ZOS,
wines, dairy products, coffees, teas
and everything needed to give the
housewife the choices! in PasSOVer
requirements. The finest of strictly
kosher heel", veal, lamh and poul-
try will he provided by its meat
and poultry department, which will
remain open during the entire year
im accommodate its many cus-
tomers. A visit to this modern
-tore is urged.
* *
Rudy Vallee will make a personal
appearance at the West Flagler
Kennel Club Saturday night.
The famous crooner and orches-
tra leader is making a special trip
by airplane from New York to ap-
pear at Miami's downtown grey-
hound track.
Never before has the singer ap-
peared at a greyhound track and
hi- coming here is due to his friend.
hip with Jacob Sher and William
Hunt ley, genial owners of the beau-
tiful oval.
IN will be accompanied by the
i in' Gentlemen Songsters.
Rudy and the Songsters w II en.
tertain between races. The arrival
of Rudy will be the biggest event
in greyhound racing, for never be-
fore has any greyhound track been
able to obtain such an outstand
ing attraction.
Vallee is not only popular with
Ike fair sex. hut with the men
also, and Sher and llunt'ey ate
making preparations to handle the
largest crowd in the history of the
track.
There will be no increase in
I rice, which is 25 cents. Never be-
fore has the public been able to
ee and hear Vallee at this price.
Ri ervationa for box -eats should
be made by calling 2-2524.
In addition to Rudy, there will
1c twelve greyhound races with
a three-dog sweepstakes over the
hurdles, bringing together Go, My
Hen and Real Command racing.
West Flagler can be reached by
motorists in ten minutes over
either West Flagler or N. W. 7th
St. Both are arterial highways.
Make Your Reservations
for
Passover
er.arim
MARC;; 26 AND 27
i by
. : LIPSTEIN
Oi i the Entire
Passover Week
at
BUSCH HOTEL
cream, butter and cheese will be
distinctly labeled and will bear the
facsimile signatures of Rabbi Ab-
raham A. Kellner of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
who will be assisted by Rabbi
David Clein of the Beth Jacob
Congregation of Miami Beach.
Protest Meeting
Brands Na?is
CANTOR MAI RICK MAMCHES
Who Will Be Heard in a Gala
( oiici ri Sundaj Night
New York (WNS)A ringing
t all to th American people and
the icst of the civilized world to
-icm Nazism's threat to demoi acj
and to world peace by uniting in
"the isolation of Nazism" through
onomic boycott and ihe pre-
vention of further financial credits
to the Nazis went out from Mad
son Square Garden, where 2(1,0(10
people who packed the garden to
BUS fate l- ten cents, liu-ses leave
Rurdine's at ten-minute intervals.
.: >
Continuing its policy of taking
care of its Jewish customers ;i
their every need, the Miami Home
Milk Producers Association will
again, this year, a- in previous
years, provide (heir Jewish clientele
w.th the finest of their dairy prod-
ucts strictly kosher for Passover
tit no increase in price. The Hale
Dairy, which has been the scene
where similar preparations have
been made in the past several years
will have a Mashgiach residing
there during the entire Pass ivei
week to insure that every religio.is
requirement will be fully taken
care of. A Mashgiach will also
attend daily at the Miami plant to
supervise the production there.
.-Ac ything in n.i.k, sweet and sour
For an Enjoyable Passover
Make Your Reservations With
Madorsky's
Hotel Harrison
1th St. at Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
For (he Sedorim, March 2(>th
and March 27th. or for the
Entire Passover Week.
Rev. I. A. PADORR Will
Conduct Ihe Sen ices
the roof top at a huge anti-Nazi
demonstration under the auspices
of the American Jewish Congress
and the Jewish Labor Committee
cheered wildly as John 1,. Lewis,
General Hugh Johnson. Dr. Frank
Bohn, Dr. Stephen S. Wise and oth-
ers joined in branding Hitler and
Nazism as twin menaces to civ-
iiization.
The keynote of the tremendous
meeting was sounded by Mr. Lewis,
bead of the I' immittee for Indus-
trial Organization, when he served
notice that o v.aiiized labor would
fight Fascism and Nazism in this
COUntl y to the hitler i nd.
Apart fior.i the three principal
eakers, the highlight of the meet-
ng was the arrival of a delega-
tion of otiii from (he German Work-
ers Federation, a group of anti-
Nazi Germans, Their entrance into
the hall with a uniformed band
leading them was the signal for
the first of the -cries of ovations
that -hook the (iardeu throughout
the evening.
The resolution, adopted with a
thunderous shout of '"ayes."' de-
clared that this assembly finds
that Hitlerism constitutes the grav-
est menace to peace, civilization
and democracy. This menace will
endure as long as the Nazi regime
and ils spokesmen continue to re-
ceive the courtesies afforded civ-
ilized governments and their
spokesmen.
FOR AN ENJOYABLE
Passover
Make Your Reservations at
JOE RUBIN
Sea Breeze Hotel
Second St. at Collins Ave.
REASONABLE RAILS
FOR THE SADER
Or for the Entire Week
A Complete Line of Kosher Wines
AND ALL PASSOVER NEEDS
at the
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424-128 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
A Full Line of Matzos, Mat/.o Meal. Noodle-.. Coffee, Teas,
Sugar, Prunes, Nuts, Ftc.
A FILL LINE OF PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
SATURDAY
IGHT ONLY
427 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
I DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED!
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1167 W. FLAGLER STREET
Will supply your every I'assover want! Manischewitz, Horo-
witz-Margarclen, London and Streit's Matzos, Matzo Meal
and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts of all kinds,
Spices, Vinegar, etc.
KOSHER PASSOVER WINE
The Florida
Sunbeam
Lvb Miami
daily
7:15 P.M.
AIR-CONDITIONED
Enjoy the benefits of "condi-
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One extra ticket at c per mile
fakes It when two or more per-
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when 3 or more persons travel
in day coaches.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 19, 1937
Society
Rev. and Mrs. II. Weiner of
Hartford, Conn., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Francis M., to Mr. Henry Richman
Of New >" \l ami Bea h. Miss Weiner, who
is a popular member of the younger
Jewish Bet of Hartford, is a sister
of Mr. Milton Weiner, former presi-
di nt of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation, and has been the
i -i of her brother during the
si several weeks.
* *
What will be one of the out-
; of the year is
Cantor Boris Schlachman
, Sun laj evening, March 28th,
at the Miami Beach Elementary
School at Washington ave. and 14th
st. A program which will feature
ne of the outstanding artists
now in this area will be presented
by Cantor Schlachman. who will
also he heard in a numbei
and folk song numbi
Full details will appear in our next
The National Kosher Market at
424 Collins a.e. will again carry
., ,., .;.;, ,. line of Btrictly kosher
Passover merchandise, including
wire-. MatZOS, dairy foods, etc.
\ .,. t to tl tore is urged.
*
Dr. Edwin -I. Cohen rccentlj
,:iice at 1501 Congress
... for the practice of chiro-
. .: :l basis Of "your health
and my reputation." Chiropractic
is the s.ience of locating and cor-
recting interference with transmis-
sion and expression without the use
of drugs and surgery. Dr. Cohen .-
a graduate of the Lincoln Chiro-1
practic College of Indianapolis.
Ind.
Busch's Hotel in Miami Beach
will have a prominent New York
cantor conducting the Sader serv-
ices for Passover. Reasonable,
rates will he charged for the [
Sedorim or for the entire week/
and those desiring to attend are
urged to make immediate reserva-
tions. The hotel is operated by
the well-known A. Busch. long-
rime resident of Miami Beach.
* *
A complete line of everything
needed for the Jewish home dur-
ing Passover, including wines,
Matzos, teas, coffees, jellies and
everything in the food line, includ-
in8 the finest of meats and poul-
try and dairy products, all under
bis, may he obtained in the beau-
the supervision of prominent i:
tiful and modern kosher market of
Trachtenberg and Frank at 142:1
FOR AN ENJOYABLE AND
REAL KOSHER PASSOVER
Make Your Reservations
Now!
PASSOVER SEDARIM
March 2'Hh and 27th
And the Entire Week of
Passover, al
Washington ave., Miami Beach, are urged to attend.
The housewife is insured a choice
of everything that will enhance the
beaut] and enjoyment of the Pass-
over holidays. A visit to the store
is invited.
The beautiful racing plant of the
Cahles Uacing Association at Trop-
ical Park is experiencing record-
breaking attendance in the closing
meet of the Florida racing si ason.
M i lei records are being broken
and excellent racing ia being wit-
i I by thi enthus asl ic friends
and devotees of the turf. Wm.
Dwyer, head of the brack,
Frank Si huyler, general di i
are being congratulated on the ex-
cellence and conduct of thi- beau-
tiful plain. Despite the unsi
able weather of last week, the
track showed their appre-
ciation of the splendid cards of
by their attendance and bet-
ting. Purses have been inci i ased
by the track management and
many of the outstanding thorough-
breds of the country are being sen
at the track.

Xexi Friday morning, March
26th, n tin- eve of Pass-
over will begin at 7 a. m. and the
Ces will he followed hy the
traditional Siyom of ;l Talmudic
tractate for first horn sons. R
freshmenta will follow. Members
and friends who are firs) horn sons
*
Madorsky's TTnrrison Hotel at
Washington and -1th st., Miam.
Beach, under the same manage-
ment as the Riverside Hote of Mt.
Clemens, Mich., will remain open
for the convenience of the general
public and their guests for Hie
Passover holidays. Rev. I. A.
Padorr will he in charge of the
Sedorim and every effort will he
made to insure an enjoyable serv-
ice during both nights. Reasonable
rail's will he charged.
*
The annual children's Sader.
sponsore I foi the pupils of the
Sunday school and Talmud Toroh
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox ('or,
gregation. will he held Wednesday
i. March 24th, beginning at
T:-":i o'clock in the clubrooms of
the Young Mena Hebrew Associa-
tion. Following the performance
of all the Passover Sad) r rites, the
II will he given refreshments
provided hy the Ladies" Auxiliary
of the Congn gallon. Kahhi Abra-
ham A. Kellner will he in charge.
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DR. EDWIN .1. COHEN
Chiropractic Phj sician
1501 Congress Bid}?.
Phone 3-681 I
i i: ice Hour-: 10-12 1-5
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 El ( III) AVE.
MIAMI REACH
Founded hy the Late Mrs. Ida Fishkin (First to Bring a
Kosher Hotel to Miami)
Will He Open lor the Traditional Sader
FRIDAY. MARCH 2<5SAT! RDAY. MARCH 27
and the
ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
REASONABLE RATKS
KRAEMER
11
^mctiv Kosaer
Restaurant
:;iil COL1 INS AVE.
Mil r.-,i Beach
i ;,n. k, rele Kelenu r Will
Conduct the Sedarim
|{; ,. SI apiro, Mash ;iach
THE FINEST
KOSHER "YARDEN" WINE
nos7 ids p
FOR PASSOVER
Port, Ma!ag, Muscatel. Sherry. Tokay, Blackberry
and Sour Wines
Under the Supervision of
K VBB1 TENDLER of New York
And RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of Miami
Distributed by
FI ORIDA BUSHKILL BEER DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
201 \. W. Twenty-Second Street
BEN PLEEMAN PHONE 3-5589
OBTAINABLE AT:
MIAMI
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN170 N. W. :,th St.
BARMAK'S DELICATESSEN2nd Ave. at N. W. :.ih St.
THE BRIDGE BAR456 W. Plagler St.
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH KOSHER MARKET326 Collins \w.
THE KIBITZER326 Collins Ave.
NEW JERSEY PHARMACY400 Collins Ave.
BURTON'S LIQUOR STORK463 Collins Ave.
WASHINGTON DRUG CO.244 5th St.
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT
1437 Washington Ave.
YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
.toy's (VtK*^
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Of (he Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
and
RABBI DAVID CLEIN
Associated With Beth Jacob Congregation
Miami Reach
Rich Fresh Mili Sweet Butter
Sweet Cream Sour Cream
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
Notify Our Route Man or Phone Is
V^
$msiu.
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PHONE 5-3C37
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ADMISSION Ol
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MIAMI'S FAVORITE
MAESTRO
JAN
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STARTING
* MONDAY!\
GEORGE
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AND HIS
ORCHESTRA
GARBER
and his
.ORCHESTRA
jWith a great array
Jof world-famous
/radio personalities
.- J-b .
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kennel Club
N.E.2nd Ave. or N.W. 7th Ave. at 115th St
ritAtNK J. URCHIN, General Manager


Friday, March 19, 1931
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Seven
Tfl4*lfflftIlVlllP Npw*S Mark, Mrs. M. Meyerson, Mrs. Jen- he appeared at one of the mem- Saturday, April 3Last day <>f Passover,
jfltnauiuiiii. 1^"a nie Nathan, Mrs. J. Scholhofer, berships meetings and an equally1
" Mrs. S. Sellgman, Mrs. II. Zacha- large gathering is anticipated to
, regular meeting of the ,i!ls, Mra, A We Mjss Rulh ivi.t M). WJntraub m,xl SuM(hlv
|vriBh Club was held in the home Wilfson. Mrs. J. Leibman, Miss "The Silver KinKs," directed by
[ Miss Charlotte Hose last week ,,m.,i;1 \V(i, Miss ,,,.,,. Naum. rly(k, fctaftar who havc aIready
.,,, Mi- Bessie Setzer presiding. ,.. Mrg, B Robert8( M ,, Q p,ayed satisriu:tol.ny at two pro.
Rhoda Meyer was welcomed
, a new member and Miss Ruth
Spivak was introduced as a visitor.
jhmentS were served.
Stem, Mis. P. Max, Mrs. 1). Davis.
Mrs. r. Glauber, Mrs. E. W. Way-
bright, Mrs. William Nusshauin
and Mis. Sidney Meyer.
\. B. Weil. ">7. of y>~>x Dellwood
iMie, died last week as he was
n_ hi- offices n the Bisbee
[i Mini;-.
!!,. died while' waiting for an
an I Justice of the Peace
Madison attributed his death
ii al caust -." apparently a
attack.
Weil wa- nee of the most
. i:i Jewish leaders in Jack-
, ami was secretary t<>
B. Adams, well-known al
I'm- main- years he wa-
ated with the law firm of
Kay, Adams, Ragland and Kurz,
ing connected with Mr.
idnma when he established him-
elf in private practice.
lie was president of the Con-
.11 Ahaveth Chesed and was
y of the local B'nai B'rith,
he recently helped reorgan-
and was temporary secretary
e B'nai B'rith lodges of Flor-
llc also was a member of the
board of directors of the Boys
Home Association.
A native of Atlanta. Mr. Weil
came to Jacksonville 36 years ago
and has made his home here since
hat time.
Surviving are his widow. Mr-.
Rachel Weil; a daughter, Miss
t'arol Weil, this city; a son. A. B.
Weil. Jr.. Tampa; a sister. Mrs.
lr W. Mitchell. Detroit. Mich., and
brothers, S irmund Weil.
Tupelo, Miss.; Eugene I. Weil.
Tampa, and Joseph Loveman, Bir- 21, at '.' p. m.
'lam.
vinus danics, will again furnish
.bi- music.
All readers and their friends will
be welcome at this dance next Sun.
day.
Joseph 'acobson, 44, of L512
Edgew.....I Avenue, died hist week
n a local hospital alter an
.;' a few hours.
II.- mer re sident of At-
had made his home in
'i,'. for the la-' lo yea: an i
ha I many friends w ho will learn
leep i egret of his sudden
kath.
Tampa Notes
Dr. Ainaiii Leon Sachar, na-
tional director of the II llol
Foundal ion of the B'nai B'rith, ill
I cture on the subject: "'I rai
[ Weaves a Tapestry," at the
Itodoph Sholom Synagogue on
Monday, March 22, at 8:16 o'clock,
via- auspice: of the Council '
if Jewish Women.
Dr. Sachar is regarded as one
1 at the outstanding Jewish scholar*
n this country He was educated
at Washington and Harvard Uni-
versities and did three years ol
post-graduate research work at
Cambridge where h received h s
I'h.D. decree. He joined the Uni-
versity of Illinois in 1923.
Y. M. II. A. NOTES
Phil Weintraub, hard-hitting out-
Held r of the Cincinnati Reds, will
be the guest of honor at the dance
to be given by the V*. II. II. A. In
the auditorium on Saa lay, March
CALENDAR OF kSVENTS
Sunday. March i.10 p. m., Y.
M. II. A. dance; music- by "Silver
1 Guest of honor. Phil
Weintraub, of the Cincinnati Reds.
la 22 8 p. m.. Dr.
Sachar's lecture: "Israel Weaves
a Tapestry," at the Rodoph Sho-
lom Synagogue, auspices
.' Jew : Worm n.
Tuesday, March 'S', 1 p. m.,
meeting of Girl Scouts; 8 p. m.,
meeting of Merry Fellow.-.
Wednesday, March 24- 7:30
p. m.. meeting of Cub Pack; 7:30
p. m.. rehearsal of Y. M. II. A.
Orchestra; B p. m., meeting of Boy
S< iuts.
Thursday, March J."i T ::;> p. ni..
women's night in the Gym and
bowling alley.-.
Friday evening March 26 eve of
I'assover (First Seder night).
To bring enjoymnel to your Passover laltN*.
prepare your foods with
ROKEACH
PUKE AM) KOSHER FOOD PRODUCTS
* ROKEA4 H
* NYAFAT
0>ll!.K
* ROKEACH PI RE
WWE\
* ROLL \< II KOSHER
CIDER VINEGAR
* ROKEACH KOSHER
Oil.in Jugs
* ROKEACH KOSHER
PEANUT OILin Cam
Fancy Oualilv
I. ROKEACH
Murk Ki %. I.
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Last year a large cri wd came
.o welcome Hank Greenberg when
Mr. and Mrs. Morris II
ntertained last week at
tion given in honor of
Barney S. Witten,
d from their
Friday. About 300
the hours
Witten
a recep-
Mr. and
who re-
wedding trip
friends called
between the hours of I and
dock.
The spacious living room was
..Hied with g irgeous ararnge-
of gladioli, roses and sweet
' i- Receiving were Mr and Mrs.
Morris II. Witten. Mr. and Mrs.
Barney S. Witten and Mrs. loseph
Witten.
Mr. and Mrs. If. Selher announce
the birth of a son on Thursday,
March 11, in St. Luke's Hospital.
Mrs. Seiner, prior to her marriage,
,vas Miss Bertha Fletcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman
announce the birth of a son, Paul,
n Sunday, March 7, in St. Yin-
en t*s Hospital. Mrs. Newman was
formerly Miss Rebecca Diamond.
THE
PRESIDENT
HOTEL
I42.'i Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEA< II
Take- pleasure in announc-
ing that it will remain open
for the entire Passover
Week.
SPECIAL SADER
SERVICES
.March 2 -.- .
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We Take Pleasure and Pride in Announcing That
Kosher Passover Dairy Products
will be produced by us in compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision ol
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
RABBI DAVID CLEIN
Associated With Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Reach
And in the Presence of a MASHGIACH, Appointed by the Rabbis
II YOl ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS
ASSN INSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
PAPSOVER PERIOD.
IF YCUR DAIRYMAN. NOW SERVING YOU. WILL NOT BE PREPARED TO
SERVE KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS, WE SHALL BE HAPPY TO SERVE YOU.
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW.
CALL. WRITE OR PHONE
Mia
I
ni J Jonir Milk Jr rarnicers
Association
768 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696
A very delightful Spring dance
- being planned by the Temple
Sisterhood to be given on Tues-
lay, April 27. in the Franklin Room
the Roosevelt Hotel.
Tickets are now being distributed
imong members and an interest-
evening is promised all who
end ( ne o the finest orches-
tras in the civ is beiiitf engaged
to play for this affair.
Mrs. Edgar M. Felson is chair-
I II of this event with Mrs. I.. E.
IVolfron acting as co-chairman.
The folh wintr committee mem-
bers are assisting: Circle No. "'.
-Mrs. Edgar M. Felson, chairman;
Mrs. Ixiuis Wolfson, co-chairman,
and Mrs. J. m. Glickstein, Mrs. A.
Oberdorfer, Mrs. Ben David, Mrs.
Lester Coleman, Mrs. Leonard
Pinkelstein, Mrs. Edgar Kogel-
man, Mrs Paul J. Nathan. Mrs. M.
I-. Friedberg, Mrs. H. Gendiier,
Mrs. C. "E. iHlHyer, Mrs. Hugo
Enjoy Pleasant Afternoons
^-1Ttl!Ii;ill!llllBi^^
'jjEIGHT RACES
iil EVERYDAY
at
TROPICAL PARK
Watching America's Finest Thoroughbred!
SENSATIONAL' SPRING MEETING
RUNS THROUGH APRIL 8 ,
1:45 P. M.
POST
ubriouse. $s.#t Miami's Friend!** Race Course
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, March 10, 11137
I
Society
Mi. and Mrs. E. Mondul of this
city announce the engagement oil Biscayne Kennel Club.
their daughter, Leila, to Mr. Mosea f>he entire
E. Esmeiel. The date of the wed-
ding will 11- announced Bhortly.
at the Biscayne Kennel Club Sat-1 The concluding late Friday eve- of Miami, prominent in the work E"
urday night, March 13th, which has I nlng services for the current of the Congregation here. Fol- j
been one of the most enjoyable en- winter season at the Miami Jew- lowing the services, the parents of
gagementa of the season's book- ish Orthodox Congregation will be. the Bar Mitrva will be hosts at
inns for l.nlh Jan Garber and the gin at 8:15 o'clock tonight when reception in the vestry rooms of
i Kabbi Kellner will discuss "Pass- the Congregation.
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Tlie Belvc ere Hotel, founded by
the late Mrs. Ida Fishkind, the first
hotel operator to establish a strict-
ly kosher hotel in this area, w !1
accommodate :-. guests and the
general public for Passover week
and both nights of the Sader. The
traditional Sader will be conducte 1
by a prominent cantor and every
effort will be made to insure leal
enjoyment of the holiday.
At a meeting last Wednesday
night of the Young Men'- Hebrew
Association, Harry Schwartz was
elected a i-tam treasurer .if the
organization. An important gen-
eral meeting of the "V" will be
held next Wednesday evening,
March 24th, beginning at is o'clock.
There will lx> entertainment and
refreshments. All members and
friends arc urged to attend.
engagement seemed
like eld home week to Jan. meet-
1 ing all of his old friends and as-
sociates from the happy days when
In1 waa featured at the ('oral Gables
Country club. Frank J. Bruen,
general manager of the Biscayne
Kennel Club, stated that Jan Gar-
ber would have been one of the
set son's biggest drawing cards at
the track had .t not been for the
many rainy nights during bis stay
hei..
G Olson and his famous or-
i will he the new att ractii n
opi ning in the Biscayne Kennel
club grandstand Monday night.
Mar.'- 15th.
George Olsen's organization has
been featured on the Lucky Strike
and many other of the important
national broadcasts. His band i-
expounded under the billing, "The
Music of Tomorrow." and his music
certainly earns that title and rec-
ognition. Olsen's modern style is
over. Its LaWS and Observance."
Saturday morning services begin
promptly at (J o'clock and will ob-
serve the Bar MitZVa of Marshall
11. Sevin, I of Mr. and Mrs. Ir-
ving Se\e_, of Chicago, 111., winter
visitors h giands.in of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kil'as
inimitable. It is as well received
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy, |,y concert lovers as the dance niu-
operated by Mr. Louis Jacobskind, sie fans. The programs are inter-
long time resident and dairy oper- gpersed with comedy and novelty
ator of this area, will again fur- as well as brilliant and melodious
nish everything in dairy products, ,misical rendition-.
strictly kosher, for Passover. Kabbi Along with the Olsen orchestra
Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami are a number of individual enter-
Jewish Orthodox Congregation, tamers who present vocal and in-
will be in charge and will have a strumental entertainment. Like
resident Mashgiach at the dairy Qarber'B programs, no two of
during the entire Passover week. George Olsen's programs are alike.
Each bottle and package will bear Each night will bring an entirely
label with the fac-simile signa- new program of musical hits and
insure varied entertainment to the Bis-
egula- cayne Kennel Club grandstand.
Next week there will be lacing
thrills galore, as there are many
special racing events to be staged
among the track cards.
Kellner to
e of ritual
a
ture of Kabbi
strict observan
t ions.
* *
lan Garber and his orchestra ter-
minate their two-week engagement
The Finest of
STRICTLY KOSHER PASSOVER
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Conjjrenalion
Will Again Be Pnn ided by
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
8820 N. W. Kith St. Phone Canal 91
MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH DAIRY
S C HIF F' S
Delicatessen & Kosher Market
bis Collins Ave.. Miami Heath Phone 5-3751
will, si cm YOtH EVERY PASSOVER NEED
A Complete Line cf Everything You Need in Passover Foods
KOSHKR WINES
Miami Home Mil
-
Strictly Kosher Passover Dairj
Handled Exclusively
STRICTLY FRESH FLORIDA EGGS
Fresh From the Farm
ALL ATTRACTIVELY PRICED
Products
For the Cho'ces! in. Strictly Kosher Beef, Veal. Lamh
and Fresh Killed Poultry Visit our
MEAT AND POULTRY DEPARTMENT
Which Will Remain
Open All Summer
________' '"' ''"' '"iiv'-ni, nee ol Our Customers

ROBBINS ROOFING <4 SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible toofera Since I'JIK
Inspection and Estimates Free
>22 N W 2ft(h St. I'hon 2-37li:i
White Oak Leather
LADIES' HEELS ... 15c
HALF SOLES.......... 50c
ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
210 N. E. First Avr-u*
Opp. Cortez Hotel
As Usual the
Rosedale
Delicatessen
170 N. W. FIFTH ST.
WILL SUPPLY YOUR E\rEM
passover w \vr:
A complete line of Manischc-
witz, Goodman, London. Iloro-
ttitz-.Margarctcn and Streit
Mat/.os.
Mat/.o Meal, Noodles, Coffees,
Teas. Sugar, Prunes and Nuts
of all kinds.
Spices, Vinegar and NyaFal
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE
Enjoy a Complete
Passover Holiday
At the
Hotel Evans
Seder Services by
CANTOR
BORIS SCHLACHMAN

First Seder Nighl
Friday, March 2<>th

Second Seder Night
Sat urdav, March 27th

Reservations suggested
Phone 5-4611

Enjoy the recognized cuisine,
convenienci a and comfort of
the
HOTEL EVANS
Col ins and 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
Same Management as
Hotel Evans,
Loch Sheldrake, \. Y.
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clock about lour
days. Dependable,
correct limo is a
cash-saving asset
in any household.
one coi:"!
will (oast lour "man-
sizo"sandwiches in
an electric grill.
Handy ior grilling
steaks, sausage,
ham, or bacon.
It's the little things of life
that bring us our happiest
moments. It's the extra little
conveniences around the
home that we appreciate most.
And it's these handy little
household helpers that con-
tribute most to the joy of living.
Every one of them-thanks to
electric serviceis worth its
weight in gold, yet its cost is
measured in pennies.
one cent
will iron six pounds
ol clothes. New
electric irons have
thumb rests, ap-
proved cords, auto-
matic heat control.
one cent
will produce ten
cups of coHee in a
modern percolator.
Makes a perlcct
brew. New models
on display.
one cent
can oporate an
electric mixer two
hours. It's another
"right hand" lor
every housewife.
Saves time, trouble.
one cent
can toast a dozen
slices ol bread to a
golden brown in
the electric toaster.
It's really a break-
last table necessity.
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Friday, March 19, 1931 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Seven Tfl4*lfflftIlVlllP Npw*S Mark, Mrs. M. Meyerson, Mrs. Jenhe appeared at one of the memSaturday, April 3—Last day <>f Passover, jfltnauiuiiii. 1 ^" a nie Nathan, Mrs. J. Scholhofer, berships meetings and an equally 1 Mrs. S. Sellgman, Mrs. II. Zachalarge gathering is anticipated to regular meeting of the i !ls Mra A „ We „ Mjss Rulh ivi t M) WJntraub m xl SuM(hlv | vriB h Club was held in the home Wilfson. Mrs. J. Leibman, Miss "The Silver Kin K s," directed by [ Miss Charlotte Hose last week ,, m ., i;1 \ V(i Miss ,,,.,,.„ Naum rly(k fctaftar who havc aIready .,,, MiBessie Setzer presiding. ,„„.„. Mrg B Robert8( M „ ,, Q p ayed satisriu : tol ny at two pro Rhoda Meyer was welcomed a new member and Miss Ruth Spivak was introduced as a visitor. jhmentS were served. Stem, Mis. P. Max, Mrs. 1). Davis. Mrs. R. Glauber, Mrs. E. W. Waybright, Mrs. William Nusshauin and Mis. Sidney Meyer. \. B. Weil. ">7. of y>~>x Dellwood iMie, died last week as he was n_ hioffices n the Bisbee [i Mini;-. !!,. died while' waiting for an an I Justice of the Peace Madison attributed his death ii al caust -." apparently a attack. Weil wanee of the most i:i Jewish leaders in Jack, ami was secretary t<> B. Adams, well-known al I'mmainyears he waated with the law firm of Kay, Adams, Ragland and Kurz, ing connected with Mr. idnma when he established himelf in private practice. lie was president of the Con.11 Ahaveth Chesed and was y of the local B'nai B'rith, he recently helped reorganand was temporary secretary e B'nai B'rith lodges of Florllc also was a member of the board of directors of the Boys Home Association. A native of Atlanta. Mr. Weil came to Jacksonville 36 years ago and has made his home here since %  hat time. Surviving are his widow. Mr-. Rachel Weil; a daughter, Miss t'arol Weil, this city; a son. A. B. Weil. Jr.. Tampa; a sister. Mrs. lr W. Mitchell. Detroit. Mich., and brothers, S irmund Weil. Tupelo, Miss.; Eugene I. Weil. Tampa, and Joseph Loveman, Bir21, at '.' p. m. 'lam. vinus danics, will again furnish .bimusic. All readers and their friends will be welcome at this dance next Sun. day. Joseph 'acobson, 44, of L512 Edgew I Avenue, died hist week n a local hospital alter an .;' a few hours. II.mer re sident of Athad made his home in 'i,'. %  for the la-' lo yea: an i ha I many friends w ho will learn leep i egret of his sudden kath. Tampa Notes Dr. Ainaiii Leon Sachar, national director of the II llol Foundal ion of the B'nai B'rith, ill I cture on the subject: "'I rai [ Weaves a Tapestry," at the Itodoph Sholom Synagogue on Monday, March 22, at 8:16 o'clock, viaauspice: of the Council if Jewish Women. Dr. Sachar is regarded as one 1 at the outstanding Jewish scholar* n this country He was educated at Washington and Harvard Universities and did three years ol post-graduate research work at Cambridge where h • received h s I'h.D. decree. He joined the University of Illinois in 1923. Y. M. II. A. NOTES Phil Weintraub, hard-hitting outHeld r of the Cincinnati Reds, will be the guest of honor at the dance to be given by the V*. II. II. A. In the auditorium on Saa lay, March CALENDAR OF kSVENTS Sunday. March i.1—0 p. m., Y. M. II. A. dance; musicby "Silver 1 Guest of honor. Phil Weintraub, of the Cincinnati Reds. la 22 8 p. m.. Dr. Sachar's lecture: "Israel Weaves a Tapestry," at the Rodoph Sholom Synagogue, auspices • .' Jew : Worm n. Tuesday, March 'S', 1 p. m., meeting of Girl Scouts; 8 p. m., meeting of Merry Fellow.-. Wednesday, March 247:30 p. m.. meeting of Cub Pack; 7:30 p. m.. rehearsal of Y. M. II. A. Orchestra; B p. m., meeting of Boy S< iuts. Thursday, March J."i T ::;> p. ni.. women's night in the Gym and bowling alley.-. Friday evening March 26 eve of I'assover (First Seder night). To bring enjoymnel to your Passover laltN*. prepare your foods with ROKEACH PUKE AM) KOSHER FOOD PRODUCTS ROKEA4 H NYAFAT 0>ll!.K ROKEACH PI RE WWE\ ROLL \< II KOSHER CIDER VINEGAR ROKEACH KOSHER Oil.— in Jugs ROKEACH KOSHER PEANUT OIL—in Cam Fancy Oualilv I. ROKEACH Murk Ki %. I. I & SONS. INC.. BROOKLYN. lilt. nil. N. Y. ee 10 ni Ig acid Last year a large cri wd came .o welcome Hank Greenberg when Mr. and Mrs. Morris II %  ntertained last week at tion given in honor of Barney S. Witten, d from their Friday. About 300 the hours Witten a recepMr. and who rewedding trip friends called between the hours of I and dock. The spacious living room was ..Hied with g irgeous ararngeof gladioli, roses and sweet iReceiving were Mr and Mrs. Morris II. Witten. Mr. and Mrs. Barney S. Witten and Mrs. loseph Witten. Mr. and Mrs. If. Selher announce the birth of a son on Thursday, March 11, in St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Seiner, prior to her marriage, ,vas Miss Bertha Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman announce the birth of a son, Paul, n Sunday, March 7, in St. Yinen t*s Hospital. Mrs. Newman was formerly Miss Rebecca Diamond. THE PRESIDENT HOTEL I42.'i Collins Avenue MIAMI BEA< II Takepleasure in announcing that it will remain open for the entire Passover Week. SPECIAL SADER SERVICES .March 2


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Page Bight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 10, 11137 I Society Mi. and Mrs. E. Mondul of this city announce the engagement oil Biscayne Kennel Club. their daughter, Leila, to Mr. Mosea f>he entire E. Esmeiel. The date of the wedding will 11announced Bhortly. at the Biscayne Kennel Club Sat-1 The concluding late Friday eveof Miami, prominent in the work E" urday night, March 13th, which has I nlng services for the current of the Congregation here. Folj been one of the most enjoyable enwinter season at the Miami Jewlowing the services, the parents of gagementa of the season's bookish Orthodox Congregation will be. the Bar Mitrva will be hosts at inns for l.nlh Jan Garber and the gin at 8:15 o'clock tonight when reception in the vestry rooms of i Kabbi Kellner will discuss "Passthe Congregation. 111111111111111111 iitmiimiiiiniiiii Tlie Belvc ere Hotel, founded by the late Mrs. Ida Fishkind, the first hotel operator to establish a strictly kosher hotel in this area, w !1 accommodate : -. guests and the general public for Passover week and both nights of the Sader. The traditional Sader will be conducte 1 by a prominent cantor and every effort will be made to insure leal enjoyment of the holiday. At a meeting last Wednesday night of the Young Men'Hebrew Association, Harry Schwartz was elected a — i-tam treasurer .if the organization. An important general meeting of the "V" will be held next Wednesday evening, March 24th, beginning at is o'clock. There will lx> entertainment and refreshments. All members and friends arc urged to attend. engagement seemed like eld home week to Jan. meet1 ing all of his old friends and associates from the happy days when In 1 waa featured at the ('oral Gables Country club. Frank J. Bruen, general manager of the Biscayne Kennel Club, stated that Jan Garber would have been one of the set son's biggest drawing cards at the track had .t not been for the many rainy nights during bis stay hei.. G Olson and his famous ori will he the new att ractii n opi ning in the Biscayne Kennel club grandstand Monday night. Mar.'15th. George Olsen's organization has been featured on the Lucky Strike and many other of the important national broadcasts. His band iexpounded under the billing, "The Music of Tomorrow." and his music certainly earns that title and recognition. Olsen's modern style is over. Its LaWS and Observance." Saturday morning services begin promptly at ( J o'clock and will observe the Bar MitZVa of Marshall 11. Sevin, I of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Se\e_, of Chicago, 111., winter visitors h22 N W 2ft(h St. I'hon 2-37li:i White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS ... 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First Avr-u* Opp. Cortez Hotel As Usual the Rosedale Delicatessen 170 N. W. FIFTH ST. WILL SUPPLY YOUR E\ r EM PASSOVER w \vr: A complete line of Manischcwitz, Goodman, London. Ilorottitz-.Margarctcn and Streit Mat/.os. Mat/.o Meal, Noodles, Coffees, Teas. Sugar, Prunes and Nuts of all kinds. Spices, Vinegar and NyaFal EVERYTHING IN THE FOOD LINE Enjoy a Complete Passover Holiday At the Hotel Evans Seder Services by CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN • First Seder Nighl Friday, March 2<>th • Second Seder Night Sat urdav, March 27th • Reservations suggested Phone 5-4611 • Enjoy the recognized cuisine, convenienci a and comfort of the HOTEL EVANS Col ins and 10th St. MIAMI BEACH Same Management as Hotel Evans, Loch Sheldrake, \. Y. •HUM)Miliinniiu i mill mm ,iiiiiiiuiirii,~ "... .— ****/ **. v? fuw" <* !>•• .... T^^^B \ %  '" „ <*s!—' wjS& i> I ft!** SB ^ ote Sa** tv Stt i or / rf r% %  %  ... *' kg* &#*** \Hjfcj2jtifi* livingone cent operates an electric clock about lour days. Dependable, correct limo is a cash-saving asset in any household. one coi:"! will (oast lour "mansizo"sandwiches in an electric grill. Handy ior grilling steaks, sausage, ham, or bacon. It's the little things of life that bring us our happiest moments. It's the extra little conveniences around the home that we appreciate most. And it's these handy little household helpers that contribute most to the joy of living. Every one of them-thanks to electric service—is worth its weight in gold, yet its cost is measured in pennies. one cent will iron six pounds ol clothes. New electric irons have thumb rests, approved cords, automatic heat control. one cent will produce ten cups of coHee in a modern percolator. Makes a perlcct brew. New models on display. one cent can oporate an electric mixer two hours. It's another "right hand" lor every housewife. Saves time, trouble. one cent can toast a dozen slices ol bread to a golden brown in the electric toaster. It's really a breaklast table necessity. FREE DELIVERY. WORTH SO MUCH COSTS SO LITTLE



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Page Knur THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 19, 1937 I III I.I.I TIN IEMIM.K iSRAEL 01 Miami 137 \ E 19th St. Ml i.i Phono 'I 77 15 ;: \ l!!!l JAi'Clh li KAPLAN %  %  Hi \ hurore Dnvi ir.irh S-S'STi I Hi, ,r i •!', .! I hi Kahh hi y ar. K MIDI CO I.MAN A /. vV I T.MAN 5311 V E. .list St. U in mi 2-954S wll l.c ,ii the Ten.|':i' every morn only Kin reservations will be accepted, is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Frank Perlnian and Mrs. Samuel Basker. A sumptuous and delicious meal will be catered at absolute cost, including a turkey dinner. Pas over wine, all of the Passover traditional dainties and tips for sei v ce at only $2.50 per a lull an $1.50 per child. The only reservation; 1 possible are by check to the T< mple office or t<> the memi of the committee, and the first 100 reservations made through ad,-ani v I full payment will be accepted aih" participants in the Fami'y Sedei which will be long ben ii. Kindly send all CONliRKCATIONAL I'.OO i i person. The program 1 wi hi ented in the Temple auditorium, and the dancing will fol >n to be given this Pri| ow t he show downstairs in Kapng, March l'Jth, 1937, by „ Hall. Refreshments will be Kaplan will be i meat imgcrv L .,„.., ,.,.,.,„,, ,.,.„ wd ig ex ecause ii will treat with ,,.,.;,,, ,,, villl ., Bnd ,,.| iv( 1 problem which arises 8g ain happy moments through the •hecks lanii! ;. 22nd. f 0 | an.! reservations for your friends before March ami Beach, March 28th, to celebrate the induction of Tau Xi chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity at tin 1 University of Miami. according to Max .1. Breiten, president of the fraternity's grand council. More than 200 guests are ex.1 to attend the banquet, which will take place following the installation ceremonies at the Elks home. n iu is planned under the of Tau Alpha chapter of hi at the University of Fl rida. I ii Ii %  .,[ %  fi om eight Southern universities and colleges will come here to as ist in I he ceremonies. Society ;. g ration. The question the necessity of organized channels of Religion will be dis! bj Dr. Kaplan in his lecture or "Institutional Religion." Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the -. after which a Sisterhood i ecept on will be given. \ ompli le li if imported reminiscences of old-time movies, "Carmel" Palestinian wines, douch as "The Fa mer' Daughter," mestic Californ'a wines, imported •"The Hazardof Helen" and many Hungarian and Roumanian "Slivoshort features yesterday. with all the stars RKLKilOI'S SCHOOL Tickets r.iaj I btained by call ing the Temple office, 2-7745, oi from the following members of the committee: Abe Aronovitz, chairman; Mr. Herbert U. Feibelman, — Mr. Isaac Levin. Mrs. Mynian \. ,\i the assembly of our Religious Levy, Mrs, Tobias Simon, Mr. J. I last Sunday morning a very D. Apte, Mr. Max Orovitz, Mr. J. beautiful and well-acted play was Gerald Lewis. Mrs. J. A. Richter, presented by Mrs. Weinberg's Mrs. Ida Optner, Dr. Frank Corel. The play depicted the neMrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Jack Berntein and Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan. We extend a welcome invitation %  .--it j in our day to reinstitutc .n e oi' the impressive and soulC Jewish customs and cere : %  !I f our people. The birt hdaj a cell brated in the blj weie those of Elaine Ben Ji i'!i Mirsky. to all of the members of our Jewish ommunity to come and share with II"Night of Fun." SISThKHOOI, A NIGHT OF II N o o • ntei tainment committee of Ti n | i I.-rael lakepride in an i". ng that they have been fortunati in securing for the "Night oi Fun" a most original and most entertainment, in the form 0 "Hi Rubin's Nickelodeon Show" with Mr. Rubin in person. This pic i i tati n of old-time movies has IK en received with glowing common!by the country's press, and very same presentation has hibited by Mr. Rubin at the i 1 functions of Mrs. Rockefeller, Jr., and Mrs. \V. K. Yandcri ill Hi Xcu York this past fall. • I he Night of Fun" will also ine!u le a community Bing, in which i s of the 90's will be used. 1 ai ng to the music of a sixe band will also be include i in This Sunday, March 21st, Mrs. Harry Rubin will upon Mir, a pill i of the Sisterhood act nit ies, n i uise around Biscayne Bay for the benefit of the Hebrew Union College tory Fund. The boat will leave the dock at Fifth Street and Alton Head in Miami Beach at I p. m. sharp. Tickets are obtainable from Mrs. Harry Rubin, J-1450, or from Mrs. Zeientz ai lie Temple offii e, 2 77 l-\ at $1 .'10 per person. TEMPLE SEDER vitz" and the finest of domestic brandies, all strictly kosher for Passover, under the supervision of famous rabbis, will be obtainable at Jenkins Liquor Store, 130 N. Miami avc. according to an announcement by Jenkins K. Cohen and M lion W'einer. prominent communal worker, who are members oi tin 1 firm. A debati on the subject. "Resolved, Thai the United Stales Should Have a Jewish University," featured i'ie meeting of the Tamar de S a Poole and Stephen S. Wise l i line. .India Chiliof Miami on Thursday, March 18th, at Beth David Talmud Torah. Participating were: (in the nff rmative, Hetty Kirrhenhaum, Diana Blatman and Adele Sootin; on the negative, Jack Mendel, Harold Shapiro and Ira Sullivan. Governor Fred P. Cone and fol mer Governor Have Sholtz will be among the distinguished guests expected to attend an installation banquet at the .Maniac Hotel, MiA traditional Seder will be conducted by both Of our Rabbis a.an accommodation to those members and friends who do not ha v c a Seiler at home, on Friday evening, March 2'Uh. 1937, at 6:30 in -ion ticket, which ionly, Kaplan Hall. This Seder, to which MIAMI BEACH Ritter s Hotel La Flora Hotel i : INS AVE. ATTHIRTEENTH S i 11 I '''Mii' cl il by REV. HARRY GOLD S; al Pa %  Delicacies Si ;• %  ed \s LIMITED Vo I i .' ion Early 1 ... < for Passover Week r iis Phone 5-3671 DI1 %  R\ LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED For the Choices! in STRICTLY KOSHER BEEF-VEAL-LAMB And Fresh Killed POULTRY Buy at Trail Kosher Meat & Poultrv Market 1S.'{2 8. Vs. Eighth I. PHONE 2-3021 FRF.K DELIVERY %  iiiiiiiimiiiiiiii AI.l GREYHOUND LINES AMI BEAI II L Ph. 5-1812 (.Ki:MIOt MI IKKMINAl. AT MIAMI Mi AC II FOR C'ORREI I IM S INFORMATION NORTHBOUND Bl 8SES LEAVE FK( 'Florida's 'Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESfAUPANT v 4 46 tOLLIN/ AVE. MIAMI DtACH In addition to Cantor Maurice Mamches, the following artists will be heard in the concert being sponBored by tne cantor at' Beth Jacob Congregation next Sunday nijrht: The Drucker Russian string

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Friday, March 19, 1937 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three wJewiislh Fflondfi'aim Kcwi Tower Bids. 621 s. \v. Fifteenth Avein* ILOKUMSONLY •tw;.SMWKEkLY PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY l.y the JKWISII II.ORIDIAN IMHI.ISHINd CO. P. O. Box tr>* Miiiini. Ilor' lit KDITOKIAI. OF.'ICES : I'hunc 2-G3" 1 I'll..in' 2-11 :i J. LOUIS 8HOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager BERNARD MORGENS 11 CRN Field l( prese itative Entered M Mcond elnsa matter July I, il'80. :ii tli.I'ost Oific, m M,;, m i. H.iriil... under tin\. %  • %  i Hi ch I, 1878 ST. PETERSBURG MRS ROSE M. RUBIN Representative ORLANDO MRS B. .1 COHEN Representative WEST I'M M BE Mil MRS M. SCHREBNICK Represent itiva T VMPA M. II. KISLER Representative Six Months iVenr SUBSCRIPTION St mi FRIDAY, MARCH Mi. I!i:57 Vol. 10—No. 12 Miami Y. M. H. A. Notes H> HARRY SCHWARTZ With the whole community looking forward to the Y. W. II. A.'a irst annual competitive vaudeville :'.n.l dance Sunday evening, March 21st, al Kaplan Hall. Chairman I M'| hine Kolman and her committee arc laboring diligently in makng this presentation a most suc'ul one. Assisting Miss Kolman are: Beatrice Lapan, Mis. Catherine Morris, Mrs. Rose Lubel, Rosalyn Friedman and Mrs. Marion Shindel. Fifteen outstanding .1 <• w i a :i -Imips in the greater Miami area have entei i r First prize honors and Io' -ii lie awarded to • judges. .in the e ng are: Mr. Rudy A |i communal v.i'iker; s. R< iVeiss, active social woi.. I Mrs. F. C. Fisher, heao i the Federal Theater Players, B. 11. I!., popular stage and radio star, who did a >p!i ndid job of Weil Spoken, Governor! r ...... H emceeing la i years Men s Amu Ii i. indeed heartening i<> Floridians generally and to u ) sh wjl| n lewish citizens of this great state to know that Governor | Umt Mosut nnd Sl n I rod P. Cone has again shown his courage and determination i( Raj Mm s populai Greefc !o speak the truth when the occasion arises. ,' n B ,. B lialei tition, will ai isl B. B. B. A native of that section of Florida which at one time A| h con ,., usoll of ,,„. vaU(le was known to have harbored those who had but little love or v|lle ,.,.,.,,,„„,. rjancing will Follow. i ns that have enlvr* 1 • ( a.e are Junior I ladassaii, Senior Hadassah, .luninr Council, Sioga Fraternity, B'nai B'rith No. nao iiiitin ii i\i %  ,*. i ..Mm ... f ........ .... ..... — — respect for those not of their own faith. Governor Cone is to be congratulated for having shown his true liberalism and unsullied Americanism last Monday night in a message to the great mass of .lews and non-Jews attending the anti-Nazi protest meeting at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The message which evoked enthusiasm and prolonged cheers ^ Templa ,.,.„., ,.,.,., )avi ,i read in part: "I am of the opinion that it is the desire of all n ,,, ai ,, Jewjgn Welfare Auxsound-thinking citizens to preserve peace and democracy and anything that has to do with the oppression of the races and iheir religion is of vital concern to the civilized world." Coming at a time as this, when decent-minded citizens are interested in the passage of a law that will prevent the dissemination of race hatred propaganda in Florida, the message of Governor Cone is indeed heartening. It should, and we hope will, lend encouragement to the forces of B'nai H'rith | Y(U t .. m )jo youl |m|l by Blten j. and their non-Jewish friends in this fight to preserve ^ an ne|ping yolll respective or.mericanism. ganization win first-place honors. It is a privilege to commend Governor Cone tor %  | Buy youI ticket now, as we anticisi lendid message. Congregation, Jewish Welfare Auxl.aiy. Young Men's Hebrew Association, A. '/ % %  A., .luninr Y. M. II. A., Miami. Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Vounjr Judeans, Civic Cluli, Senior Council of Jewish Women and tinMiami Bea 1 Jewish Social Set. Plans I'ma motion pii u of a stupenduous natu e a musical interpretation of Borneo and Juliet, coating in .lie i hood of 83,000,000, are being made by Rudy Va i il A as learned from a relialili source yesterday. The pi.;..re will be made along the lines of a light opera with Rudy aingim his way through the part of Romeo and also Ihe picture. Rudy has a few id, as of hiown as to who will lie selected for ihe part of Juliet. He believes that what the screen needs mine than anything else is a new personality, some one who will sweep ihe nation like wildfire, and he intends to find her if he can. During the next three months Vallee will make many p. I mil appearances throughout the country, seeking new faces and a girl for the part of Juliet. The girl he selects must not only he lovely, hut possess an excellent voice anil, above all, have personality. If. after an extensive search, he fails to find her, he will offer the part to Qrace Moore or some other celebrity. Shall We Be Deaf to the Call? In these davs when we hear so much of the woes and trials of our feilow-men throughout the entire .world one wonders if small, still voices within our own midst will be heard above it all. There are just three involved ... a little boy of seven a girl of nine .. another boy of eleven They seek a Jewish home where they may be reared in Jewish sur, ;;!" nd, "" i s n an t f, live as real Jewish hoys and girta should Ihe> want to know the beauties of real Jewish home environment. .TJej want to believe that their fellow Jews still have the traditional love of children within then, they WMt 0 Ibe thev crv out to all of us we want to remain within the of the Jewish settlements to en large their self-defense measure was presented to J. Hathorn Hall, ,.,[, %  a complete sellout, and can lacting high commissioner of PaleSElSSUre seats only to those who act t i, lc by David hen Gurion. chairnow. There absolutely will he no I mBn 0 f the Jewish Agency Kxeculicketa sold after March 21st, I u V e, and Dr. Bernard Joseph, legal rcdaink? Admission is 50 cents I adviser of the Executive. During a lengthy diacuaaion of the measure necessary the government was The World's Window j LUDWIG LEWISOHS ier person. The board of directors of the I (Continued from Page 1) i do not love over-secularisation presented with a program ol six. V M II. A. and their rental agent.,|, ma.uls. It is understood that and am ha-aret, and at most wanjot together and decided to give they included the folowing: (1) a dering substitute Maggid that I the "V" building a Peaaachdige radical change in the manner I have become from time to time, I painting. We have an active buildadministrating the en. ire north; i,,.^,. ,, IV po or, seeking, melancholy ,„ g committee, with E. Albert Pal(2) an immediate strengthemngot unfulfi „ ed friend n „ ,„,. ch ai,man, and President Al the defenae forces (3) adequate Roa. nfeld Milton Friedman and I p r ovia on fo. tin extension of self(features, mere gestures, d need be, ,ack Apte meeting last Sunday ,, e fense in the northern settle which will at length, since they they cry out to No j | ibcra ,i on the great ,,.,, haV e decided on a moat apmenu; 4) more v.gorous measure. ftre riRht and native and savil K in • hrv I m nn ( be redeemed and liberated from pl 0 priate plot of ground located m against br.gands; (5) the insti atlloil nalu ,. t mduce the higher Passover,.they, too. want UMJiru rf ^^ own oK Dr|ve between l7th B nd ti „„ of judical reforms to provide emotions, the prouder thoughts. I a lite that threatens to enguii wn ••• ^ gtreet| whicn wi u be recomm0 re rapid trials, and () stronger beK lh{ m l(( lt arn otlii beracha. hiaking. ... the Jewish Welfare mended Watch for future data in punishments for murderers and that over the bread and to cover It's not a matter ol •J—jJLjLI have been given future editions. agitators. their heads and repeat it before Bureau, whose ar % % %  l i,, w j s h home in either one or! The Hebrew press has united in their children to abolish Christuntil March 2I5rd to 9 !" J** ... f (he carc 0 f these T he activities of the combined ,;,,,.,,„„ a challenge to the Talesmaa trees and burn the rhanukah not more than two '^.I'esand will pay has ^ ^ children II OH Marcn jwranj ... |o ol cue i(iiiiuini..i diracting a eminence io tiws IOK-mas trees ami ourn ine < nuiiunuu ill be a-hummill' ,; M( Goveniment to take adequate |jghta ... to make their houses by children If on ./ V !'! rC i ,"w"i|'! '' C 'thev'wiU be given to B g B in now'that Executive Director mea8Urea to protect the life and gome qu ietly conspicuous symbol provided, the inevitame win ion .. • B or i 8 Schlachman is in possession pl(11 ( .,, v 0 f the Jewish commuJewish houses in the sight of their the care of those who are not jev s .. ^ djd ^ ^ ^ ^ contract to aid us in our „ ty Responsibility for the blood ,,,„,,, friends To find the Shall it D* SamOl %  "J J !" V Z f this area. These chiltask of erecting a Community ghed „,• r ecent week.was placed pat h, in other words, by treading heed? We have faith in tne Jt> %  an d will with tenter. Best of luck, Boris. on the government by Davar, Heit w: icn j.. the only means of dren, too, will be bnai chorin lrtt m ^ t j lradit ion brew labor daily, which declare.! Jewish families, men and| women of heart ^ ^ K ri is B rad ical enjoy the Sader *2J22LST5tt the Jewish Welfare Jewish NeWS cbang in the policy of admin We urge you to communicau wnn j c TT I O h n n hope Hureau NOW. Members of Congres Heal Apology Prom Germany ss To Demand officials and institutions, Washington, D. C. (WNS)Membera of both houses of Congress are reported to be greatly dissatisfied with the character o1 the reply by Germany to America's representation against the Nazi I attacks on American women, The feelso bitter among Senators and Congressmen that many of tne m are threatening to bring the q Ue tion to the floor of Congress unlesa Secretary of Stale Hull pre sea for a full apology by Germany. Failure of the State Department to make public the texl of Germany's reply has only inciiased the resentment. Around the World 11 alien there can be no hope for a termination of the slaughter." finding any i ath. Of such paradoxical nature arc all the classical i i n h a of the moial life. A book Bhould be written, of course, a book not t io long and very lucid on the psychological \,w York (WNS) The Amitiuth f the B eal autochthonous Piejudice League, a new non-aecscrip urea of mankind and so of t-jrian organization oppoaed to rathe trut'.i o; ths Torah for Jews lewiah Agency Demands Change ial and religious intolerance, has ..„ | ( ; e book directions Of Administration In Northern be II organized here by a group of should be basis tor Palestine i Yorkers. The firs! activthe renew.;, in living practice of ty of the league is the initiaticn .;,,. covenant And if the Jerusalem (WNS Palcor of a I ycotl a ainsl Bermuda begedclim among our spiritual leadagency) A firm demand for .. cause of the decision of the Berers slack on that job much longer _e in the administration of i to exc'.udo %  northi rn Palestine and the fight Jews l rn ly be c i to un Ii i take it myself.



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Page Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, March 19, 1937 Society Rev. and Mrs. II. Weiner of Hartford, Conn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Francis M., to Mr. Henry Richman Of New >"


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I jj" i" TA III K JKW1SH FLORIDIAN Friday, Mar chJV1937 finest hotels in this area, will remain open for the general accommodation of the public and their guests during the entire Passover week. Special Sader ceremonies will be conducted in the traditional manner. Those desiring to attend are urged to make immediate rese: with Rabbi Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan Dairy of Miami Beach. The Acme tive director of the "Y" and one at Nan Young's, Fifth st. and vations. The hotel is operated onol l •;: Israel officiating in the Dairy, one of the largest plants of the outstanding communal Washington, ave., Miami Beach, der the same management as the pivsauice of only the immediate >., thia .„,,, uin have a resident workers in this area, will conduct and important discussion on the Hotel New Yorker and the Lor>' : the family. Miss Mr. and Mrs. II. L Marcus, active communal workers of this city, announce the marriage of their daughter, Norma II., to Mr. -Max Mat/, of Minefield. W. Va.. the Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mat/, of Miami Beach, next Tuesday al ^ ftr^ the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach, el SOCIETY Man;. is ;, graduate of Brooklinc Hi--'! -< %  • ool and attended Duke L'ni vnal years. Mr. Ma in the hotel and theal i I 'he i ouple will mak in Minefield. W. 1 : Sadei • Beth ; '• %  id Sj nngog i bu ter an t Beth Davi I Ti [ i ilal %  Rabbi Shapiro in i I isted by ti of the Si wil the children of r ii ah it i : Sunday scho il w it! fre %  •.' follow i r. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of 1 ami Jewish Orthodox Congrcgaa ted by Rabbi David C'lein, associated with Beth Jacob Mashgiach named by the Rabbis services al the Evans Hotel, Miami Donor's Dinner will take place. ai the dairy supervising the feedBeach, both nights of the PassAil member." arc urged to be presn at this meet inj of the oi the cattle, the bottling to iver Sedorim, according to an an' !: evi j religious requirenounrement by the management, will be strictly adhered t >. Those desiring to make reservi hgiach will also be in attions are urged to do so iinnu i al plant of the dairy diatelj because of the limited aci ami Beach and each bottle commodntion.available. and %  kagi will tw ar a special facsimile signatures Mis. Dorothy Rosoffsky of LibRabbis. Milk, weet and irty, X. Y., will I • irst speaker i i cneese he sold m, without any i ICI • will it< I %  '• idaj night ser\ ice Ii I. ii id ion glit Rabbi Max ii will preach on "Religious Pulpit ni Pew." Saturday K Rabbi Shapiro ill ; each \ tldish because of Shabby %  of the i u :; on Friday March r.'tli. Mayflower Hotel al -' p. m., iii e d by t ho Senior Council of ,I( M ii li Women. Her • ubject will "Manm i an i Morals of the ) er Genei ation." M rs. El Stone ill speak on "Fiec Will, a Factor or a Fallacy." .Mrs. Libby London will discuss current events charge of the production of the fines! in dairy products kosher for Passover for the Land (>' Sun i inNazi < 'hallenge." ( Ian tor i ouis Hayman, assisted bj I I a\ id chi ir, will chanl the servio Congregation, Miami Beach, are in Saturday morning services beg ai 8:30 o'clock. The Junior Conglegation will meet for services n 10:30 a. m. The regular open meeting of the public -peaking class sponsored by the Senior Council of National Women was attended by more than .ne hundred and twenty-five residents and visitors last week when an "ui landing program was prose nted by the membership. lol on "Half-Waj Accepted and this will be followed by general il -en*i< n, Ali I |H e-ide. M. Weinstein raine Hotel of Atlantic City. Mrs. Max Dobrin, chairman of the nominating committee of Ternwell-known La Flora and pie Israel Sisterhood, will bring in I ha< a promithe following recommendations at ,,. ,. the Sader the next meeting, which will be rhts during held Monday, April 5th, al Kaplan p a er h il days and Hall: ., p a 0V er delicacies for Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan, for re ifamous will be i lee %  '• n as pres dent; Mrs. fir | vice president; •,. ittending will Mrs. Prank Coret, for Becond vici i,,K jv. cial attention to inpresident; Mrs. Harry Kevins, foi •er; Mrs. Henry I. Williams. ,,,,.. ecording %  cretaryj Mrs. P Perl an, foi corresponding secreMr, and Mrs. Ixmis > : try; >Irs. M irris Plant, for tinanVluriel, of Wauke cial secretary; Mrs. Law L II... were hosts at a farewell Sapero, for auditor. dinner partj lasl night at the Hotel Evans. The following guests atI. nded the dinner: Trustees wil. be: Mrs. II. \V. E. G O R D O N Jewish Rituals Vice-President ( VRTER & WIXSOM, Inc. u FUNERAL DIRECTORS 511 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8421 Residence Phone 2-1398 1 I sr.i. ROOMS FOR JEWISH (AsKs Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Evans and sons, .lack and Luke, left today by boat for Havana. Cuba, where they wil api ni several dayvacationng. Mr. and Mrs. Evans are the owners of Hotel Evans. Kith ami Collins ave., Miami Beach, and Hotel Evans in Loch Sheldrake, \eu fork. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. J. Blumberg, Mrs. D. M. Kupperman, Mrs. II. Rosenblum, Waukegan, III.; Mrs. Mini ice Kahan. Mr. Aiin Kalian, Mrs. Maurice Bloomberg, Mr. and Mrs. II. Bloomberg, Chicago, III.: Mr. and Mrs. A. '. Spitzer, Gary, Ind.; Mrs. Ira Block, Glencoe, 111. Music during the dinner was provided by .lad, Coleman and his Society Orchestra. M Jacob II. Kaplan and Mrs. Peibelman, Mrs. Sam Km/.. Mrs. Louis Zeientz, .Mrs. Herbert Simon. Mrs. -lack Bernstein, Mrs. Harry Marcus, Mrs. Benjamin Le Vine. Mrs. Harry Rubin and Mrs. Morris Cowen. Nominations may also be made from ihe floor. have just returned from a trip to ,\. M. Cohen announce the card Hotel Astor Washington at 10th St. MIAMI BEACH To rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; Kteain heated; spacious lobby, i ni sun parlor, beautiful patio, free .solarium. D. ROSNER Owner and Operator Havana where they celebrated their sixteenth wedding anniversary. Mrs (Alia Razovsky, interna tionally-known authority on immiThe Sea Breeze Hotel will have KTation and head of the immigrnR CV S. Gutman, well-known tion department oi the National shoched and resident of Miami i uncil of Jewish Women, was ti Beach, directing the services both visitor to Miami during the past of the Sader nights during the com. week and while here was the guest j nR Passover holiday. A delightf Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, president f u | ana enjoyable affair is prom "• lhr loettl section of th ganij 8C( ] by all. Reservations are nation, urged immediately, as every effort will Inmade to provide for all Cantor Boris P Machman, execu:,.,iri„g ,„ attend. party to be held at the Dallar Park Hotel for the benefit of the Temple Israel Sisterh I has been post! one unt il April 0th at the same place. The Tel,-Hotel, one of the +>AV£NU W.7 lh A.t5l 5 .'ST.Phon* 7-8551 Sun.-Mon., March 2S-29 Gracie Allen George Burns HERE COMES COOKIE M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs. Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1601 s^ssi^ar*^aBBBBba^B^^^^^^>a "Drink Tor Your Stomach's Sake" DR. K. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 86th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-21S1 To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand AUGUST BROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS \ complete line of Almond and Coconut Macaroons, Nut Cake, Sponge Cake, all Holiday Delicacies, all reasonabl) priced. \i All Leading Delicatessen and Grocer) Stores, or at Our Bakery AUGUST BROS. 361 S. \V. Eighth Street Phone 2-9435 Make Your Reservations Now for the PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at An a Idrcsg on The Beginnings of Hadassah" bj Rabbi Ci Iman Zwitman featui ed .ho mo?t in of Junior Hadassah last Mon lay evening. Miss Sh i ley Levy presented ne vend readings. Plans for > he annual I >i n >r' Dinner were di u so i. Miss u drey Cutler will be chairman of the affair, which will take place on Apia' 12th. It has been announced that the Maxwell Furniture Com pany has donated a coffee table to Junior Hadassah, for which members may sell chances, then by helping to earn the money neces-aiy for admission to the dinner Mrs, Miii ray Grossman, president, i> call ng ;i meeting for Monday, Manh 22nd. This will be a dinner meeting to be held at 8:30 "The Skyscraper Hotel on the Ocean" Ocean Drive al Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Where '..39? "l'VZ/3 Is a Reality PASSOVER MEALS SERVED TO THE PUBLIC THE TEMPLE GROCERY AND MARKET 1503 N. W. First Street \\ ILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PAS80VER WANT! A complete line of Manisrhewitl Matzo Meal, Noodles, Coffees, leas. Sugar. Prunes and Nuts of all kinds. Spices. Vinegar and Passover Candies FREE DELIVERY Phone 2-3631 Choco'atc-Covered Orange and Grapefruit In (he/. Francois 75c lb. Carolyn Pecan Ro'ls in Pineneedle Baskets 1.00 Indian River Fruit, boxes 1.50 to 8.75 Tropical .lel'y and .Marmalade in Gifl D0 *es 1.25 to LOO doz. Tasty Crystallized Fruit in Easter baskets from 50c to 4.(10 Schlcy Pecans, fancy halves in baskets from 50c to 5.00 MAIN STORE, STREET FLOOR, AND lit KDINKS LINCOLN ROAD Burdine's



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^Jewish Flaridliiai in COMBINING Ylh\I. M \K> ii 19. TKE W ORLD'S W INDOW THE QUESTION By LUDWIG LEWISOHN Judge Mack Will B'nai B'rith to Congress Urged Address Hadassah Hear Educator To Investigate column is copyrighted by Seven Vrts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in hide or art strictly forbidden. Any nfringcmenl will be prosecuted. estii %  ess. To change leti ine our destiny. % %  ert the Jew from en subject within the annual speaking trip nisto ro ess that, prima I luckily to an end. Thou,hat, is urge, the fundamental! %  miles through this counreason for the Jewish renaissance rhich is a continent; cities of and the Zionist movement, n I mountain, a few majestic, l tell my troubled questioners isy hut dull. Everywhere, that. And they see it*. But it is I was officially invited by vague to them, a mere intellec01 non-Jewish organizatualistic statement. They agree -. Jews, Jews. The same Jews, and the truth slips from their South. East, West, with the grasp. Souls on the edge of conuntenances, character-, preversion need stronger or apparently at ons, troubles, perplexities, strongei nourishment. Bui lame Jews that I have seen | many inner obstacles to %  ••: days from Berlin to Bouovercome and one of the most stubthe edge of the Saharan born of these, especially for | • and from London to Warover, let us say, forty-five, but also Members of one people in for many young people, is that situation which varies not in narcosis induced in them by a according to the clamorous pseudo-science which. ation and the nature of th>duping them for over a centure, te under which they liv< .made them terrified at the nodegrees in the sharp.,„, 0 f being luped by any thing of the Jewish problem evoke, but itself and itproponents. II je, varying psychological -i; it you don't mean," they say, .if inner response and outer -'that we are to be religious? You itment. Today in the United refuse the forbidden foods'.' You •here is a definite and spun. U9 her in the Sabbath? You have ius movement among Jews to. a mezuzah on your door? xou oncentration, toward a more da wen? Von?'" They have lost : Judaism, toward return, rett u t ,,uch with the higher humanie, rec nciliavion. The ties, Jewish and non-Jewish. 1 he stubbornness of the isolated imponderables, which arc the i !of minimum Judaism strongest things in the world, mean lu'ian M C the C I \ tl .• ca: r 1.1..T. 1 -.. %  %  A:' the annual doi sored by the VI ami hapti Senior Ha I issa Z1 M noon, Mar. %  22n I, at I at the Tides Hotel Miami 1 Patronesses for the event are VIesdames Moses Krieger, B We i kle Bnd J. M. Eisei I harge of arrangements an 5. Berlii ai w,'inkle, co-chairmen, wl isisted by Mes lai .. Alvin C %  %  % %  Frank C 1. M. Eisenberg, Alex G am A. Kelln Marcus, V ::'. Max SI M. P. 1 ravers. The | ublk is make in mediate res wi* any members of the only a limited n • %  niniodated. \ • gioi S • %  B'na ; at B I : rorah ext ng, '•' %  ng at 8 es of tl t is the i B'nai B'r th Ma ch me, a recorded ] f B'l %  %  %  •: |• %  j vivid .: %  | to the act m1 ai I M( --S u M ti • A F severa served i Cantor to Hold Concert Sunday Nazi Leader to Appear in Court only to set the general trend arper relief. Let us not for anso weak. Am moment inquire too closely into final causes of this trend and dinothing to them, which is why they then comes their often explosive %  uestion: what, what do you betion. It exists; if existevery|j e ve In remote small communiCharacter is fate. Each people where fewness makes foi a ,. some moment, usually at that : ite, as u has don,, be m .menf when it becomes ind will again, froni thetotol people, has an experience, pre.:-!, problem, where, therefore,'cjgelj that experience of becoming strong human tempta0 people, which it records in myth, ward voluntary forgetful,„ vision, in scripture in a cre. even there men and women a tive structure which is the image no m-re forget;; even there „f its soul and therefore oi its stretch out. as it were, antenfate whlc h is true, truer than any Of yearning toward a .source outer thin,that happened and can fortitude and healing which they ,„. proved, true not only for tne ....... ,,„ not understand. tremendous moment in which the •people was born but foi all agei To need with an immcn.se and ^ egpecia Hy for ihc great recurgic need a thing of which so ^ ^^ r rebirtn |.„ eth avooften only a faint and far memory ^ ^ nM1 lth Adonai eth ha-bnth nains what a perplexing and ha goth not with our fathers did difficult situation. The luckier Kl( .,„ al m8 ke this covenant. eople, Still strongly allied to the ^ t v( M with us who are eat tradition, still unalienated ^ ; jv( 1()(|ay: H ow true Mom knowledge, method, faith, g Wl ,,,„ live as individuals often jeer at those thousands grop, ^ g people m i y by renewing ing in a mist after which they need j ,.„„.„.„„. When we break it more and more for their lives ami ^^ prog U re we, too, break. It the lives of their children. Yet it wed j„ different ages in dit' f rent ways Our historic and b Storical religion was always a deuntil it was petrified New York (WNS1 A sun on Frit Kuhi Uader of the pi v American Bund, to .. %  nagistrate's court on M Ma ch 2Hth, to answei a i that the bund is violating s 440 of the Ten..; I w York, was obtaii :• Ma. jor Julius Hochfeldi msel foi • Sai i German-A ie for Cultu r the complaint is :h ino '" w York, is doing business ng filed declarati n >i its : -,. with the secretary >f Sew York state. The business in this cage is the publication of the Deu tscher Weckruf und Be. i ter Nazi weekly. Major Ho der also called upon President Roosevelt to take steps for a sweeping federal inquiry into the activitiea 0 f Nazi organizations st annual ing Cantor Maui • %  Man • Beth la S i M .. i Bea wil Su day c ng, March 21st. a ... ^ %  ng at 6 %  .. a ai I %  as leard in s< i %  : ay a tiumbi %  l %  -. ..• %  \ aham Drucker wil ard in several flute nu stars in I area V i il admissici and th II ,1 to attend. aut %  • c '. la and s in t UnitStates will in Congress by Representative Sa •' Me* York He ai submit such itain cage against United Sta S i Kmi ans If this -< I inquiry does I esult • \ Ameriw ffi ..• ther HI ailing >• ted States a ations Germa M< %  \ can %  tave %  ird I ''•>! nifori w k tie is • •• garb gi ,r ne tunic neckband, ..: and silver braid • • .;-, % %  His ffi l rill wea the swastika reasi f thi anic, ers will wear t -.. %  d Kuhi aid '.hat ratti i %  % %  A Vmerican \.. Sew' Hera %  ,i thej I heir so I .. I j ha| Our Policy Zionists Will Continue \\ ork Is to be remembered that all ihese troubled and .lewishly vacant souls did not desire this condition to come did not desire this condition ./ %  ve i op ing one until it was £>""about. It was their unha]i)>y hen^ ^ ghulchan aruch. We need tage from several preceding genen 0U rselves with the days rations of men who themselves did ^ |oging )f lh c Talmudim. not will it, who themselves only ^ ha arh ,„ h I he chief consented to it under a pressure ^ Met w; y ot path to,,,,,!, Uiey forgot and wanted and %  ^ ^ palh fi „, to the Zion needed to forget in order to be r ^^ ;|ml thence to the able to forget the sterner U t^g ^ Vlsrae B Ut truth, that minorities divorced ^ on ,. ag .8) from speech and soil do not eve,, (Contl. %  ft}/,/,. NOTE For the Purpose of M'CHIRAS CHOMAYTZ the following is called to the attention of the public: RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER 0 f the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be at his ,,„„.,. 215 S. W. 19th ave., every m oming from 10 to 12, and every afternoon ac the Synagogue from 4 to 6. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO of Beth David will be at the Synagogue every morning from LOto 12 and eve v afternoon from 4 to 6. | on tWNS Pali n Agenc> I So matter what the Royal Comn decides, the rel %  '. .|. wish National Home in Pales tine will go forward. Dr. i Weizmann. president of the Jew sh Agency, declared at the opening ol a Keren Kayemeth bazaar in a Whitecbapel gallery. The occasion was marked by the presentation to him of $25,000 for the Mifal Bit a n Emergency Fund of the Jewish Agency. The gift was made by the Federation A British Synarue s. Alluding to the attacks lews of recent weeks Dr. Weiz. mann voiced -everybody's amaze o,.„t" at the inability of the Palest n • Government to cheek the crimes. Referring to the searches .. new territories for Jewish colonization. Dr. Weizmann asserted that all such schemes had proved their unfeasibility and had merely Berved to divert Jewish resources and energies from the principal task of upbuilding Palestine The Jewish Floridian feels that a splendid waj of cementing ihe friendships, and avoiding misunderstandings between Jews and non-Jews is lending the opportunit) to our non-Jewish friends of knowing and learning of our every day life and activities. Vn ea-> and inexpensive wa> of carrying n this work, we believe, is the sending of the Jewish Floridian to a nunJewish friend each and every week. And it is for this purpose thai we now have several solicitors covering this area. The Jewish Floridian is proud of the fail lhat it is always on the alert to protect the interests of its feik> Jews and to expose antiSemitic ami un-American propaganda. Il is proud of the fact that ii> publisher has interested B'nai B'rith In Florida in the effort to prevent further dissemination of ,m Vmerican propaganda. Our representatives are soliciting subscriptions for the paper and not collecting funds for B'nai B'rith or any other organisation. It you are told otherwise, please ; '. i c us Immediatelj.


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Friday, March 19, 1937 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Fire Society A choice of the finest in strictly kosher Passover wines under the supervision of Rabbi Abraham A. Kel'ner of the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is obtainable at the leading stores in this area and is being distributed by the Florida Hushkill Beer Distributors under Ihe name of the "Yarden" brand. Aii assortment affordall their I articular choice in Imth -wect and sour wines. Carmel wines direct from Palestine are also being provided by the same firm, whose wine artment is in charge of Ben I Iceman, well-known and longtime resident of Uiis area Schiff's Kosher Market at 618 Collins ave., .Miami Beach, will again provide their customers with everything in Passover foods, including a complete line of Mat'ZOS, wines, dairy products, coffees, teas and everything needed to give the housewife the choices! in PasSOVer requirements. The finest of strictly kosher heel", veal, lamh and poultry will he provided by its meat and poultry department, which will remain open during the entire year IM accommodate its many customers. A visit to this modern -tore is urged. Rudy Vallee will make a personal appearance at the West Flagler Kennel Club Saturday night. The famous crooner and orchestra leader is making a special trip by airplane from New York to appear at Miami's downtown greyhound track. Never before has the singer appeared at a greyhound track and hicoming here is due to his friend. hip with Jacob Sher and William Hunt ley, genial owners of the beautiful oval. IN will be accompanied by the i in' Gentlemen Songsters. Rudy and the Songsters w II en. tertain between races. The arrival of Rudy will be the biggest event in greyhound racing, for never before has any greyhound track been able to obtain such an outstand ing attraction. Vallee is not only popular with Ike fair sex. hut with the men also, and Sher and llunt'ey ate making preparations to handle the largest crowd in the history of the track. There will be no increase in I rice, which is 25 cents. Never before has the public been able to ee and hear Vallee at this price. Ri ervationa for box -eats should be made by calling 2-2524. In addition to Rudy, there will 1c twelve greyhound races with a three-dog sweepstakes over the hurdles, bringing together Go, My Hen and Real Command racing. West Flagler can be reached by motorists in ten minutes over either West Flagler or N. W. 7th St. Both are arterial highways. Make Your Reservations for Passover £er.arim MARC•;; 26 AND 27 i by : LIPSTEIN Oi i %  the Entire Passover Week at BUSCH HOTEL cream, butter and cheese will be distinctly labeled and will bear the facsimile signatures of Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, who will be assisted by Rabbi David Clein of the Beth Jacob Congregation of Miami Beach. Protest Meeting Brands Na?is CANTOR MAI RICK MAMCHES Who Will Be Heard in a Gala ( OIICI ri Sundaj Night New York (WNS)—A ringing t all to th • American people and the icst of the civilized world to -icm Nazism's threat to demoi acj and to world peace by uniting in "the isolation of Nazism" through %  onomic boycott and ihe prevention of further financial credits to the Nazis went out from Mad son Square Garden, where 2(1,0(10 people who packed the garden to BUS fate lten cents, liu-ses leave Rurdine's at ten-minute intervals. .: %  > %  • Continuing its policy of taking care of its Jewish customers ;i their every need, the Miami Home Milk Producers Association will again, this year, ain previous years, provide (heir Jewish clientele w.th the finest of their dairy products strictly kosher for Passover tit no increase in price. The Hale Dairy, which has been the scene where similar preparations have been made in the past several years will have a Mashgiach residing there during the entire Pass ivei week to insure that every religio.is requirement will be fully taken care of. A Mashgiach will also attend daily at the Miami plant to supervise the production there. .-Ac ything in n.i.k, sweet and sour For an Enjoyable Passover Make Your Reservations With Madorsky's Hotel Harrison 1th St. at Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH For (he Sedorim, March 2(>th and March 27th. or for the Entire Passover Week. Rev. I. A. PADORR Will Conduct Ihe Sen ices the roof top at a huge anti-Nazi demonstration under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee cheered wildly as John 1,. Lewis, General Hugh Johnson. Dr. Frank Bohn, Dr. Stephen S. Wise and others joined in branding Hitler and Nazism as twin menaces to civiiization. The keynote of the tremendous meeting was sounded by Mr. Lewis, bead of the I' immittee for Industrial Organization, when he served notice that o v.aiiized labor would fight Fascism and Nazism in this COUntl y to the hitler i nd. Apart fior.i the three principal eakers, the highlight of the meetng was the arrival of a delegation of otiii from (he German Workers Federation, a group of antiNazi Germans, Their entrance into the hall with a uniformed band leading them was the signal for the first of the -cries of ovations that -hook the (iardeu throughout the evening. The resolution, adopted with a thunderous shout of '"ayes."' declared that ••this assembly finds that Hitlerism constitutes the gravest menace to peace, civilization and democracy. This menace will endure as long as the Nazi regime and ils spokesmen continue to receive the courtesies afforded civilized governments and their spokesmen. FOR AN ENJOYABLE Passover Make Your Reservations at JOE RUBIN Sea Breeze Hotel Second St. at Collins Ave. REASONABLE RAILS FOR THE SADER Or for the Entire Week A Complete Line of Kosher Wines AND ALL PASSOVER NEEDS at the NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424-128 COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH A Full Line of Matzos, Mat/.o Meal. Noodle-.. Coffee, Teas, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts, Ftc. A FILL LINE OF PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS SATURDAY IGHT ONLY 427 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH I DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED! MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1167 W. FLAGLER STREET Will supply your every I'assover want! Manischewitz, Horowitz-Margarclen, London and Streit's Matzos, Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts of all kinds, Spices, Vinegar, etc. KOSHER PASSOVER WINE The Florida Sunbeam LVB Miami daily 7:15 P.M. AIR-CONDITIONED Enjoy the benefits of "conditioned air" on the "Sunbeam" alr-condltloned train lo th* mldweet. 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