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The Jewish Floridian ( March 26, 1937 )

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wJewisli Flaridliiai m COMBINING TlhiB JeWlStl tlilttf Vol. H' No. 13 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26. !!•:!. Pane Five An Ounce of Prevention Never was this simile more applicable to the Jewish people of this area than it is today. Jewry in Greater Miami need fear no ami Semitic agitation so long as they assert their rights as American citizens. Our non-Jewish friends. with but rare exceptions, will always acord us that consideration to which we are entitled as American citizens so long and on'y so long as IMS exercise not only the privileges appertaining tj this right, but the duties devolvinq upon us as well. There is a tremendous Jewish citizenry in the city of Miami. I v ing here earning their iive lihood here contributing of themselves and their funds to everything worth while in the civic work of this community yet. to our disgrace in the exercise of that right which should be prized above all the right of suffrage the right to a voice through the ballot in the affairs of their own city We can imagine the cry that would be heard throughout Miami and even resound throughout the rest of the United States were someone to suggest that Jewish citizens be denied the right to vote the wail "Anti-Semitism" "Hitlerites" and other such epi thets would he hurled at thos c*r ing to suggest such a step "You can't do this .. • the Constitution of the United States and of Florida guarantee this to me" Would be on the lips of everyone who-n such legislation would affect. And yet we qo through our yea.-s of citizenry and ourselves do thor? things which we would consider an affront on the part of others we deprive ourselves of our citizenship by our lack of attention to our rather obvious duty. The Jewish Floriclian newwas an alarmist ... yet it does belive and sincerely so that "an ounce cf prevention is worth a pound of cure." So lonq as we Jewish citiz~ns exercise our duties rio to fie vanous voting nrecincts. register snd pav our poll tax. we Shall have availed ourselves of the "ounae of preention." we shall have e>ircised somelhing which is bound to be a protection at hi' times. The Jewish Floridian is not now interested in what candidates you PIJV suonort: that is a matter the individual citizen must decide for himself. Yt we are vitallv inter eteH in seeinq that each and -very Jewish citizen, mar and weman. '"titled to register In M'iml and Miami Beach do so at once and we are Interested In urglna everyone to Immediately pay his poll t.-iv Let the slnnan be heard throughout this entire area • ."Every Jewish citizen must register and pay his poll tax." Noted Journalist To Speak Monday Pierre ran Plassen la of I %  try. nnd was edti te I %  '" %  i m of Antwerp and %  '' Ihe Krasmlan Gymnasium In Rotterdam. The war Intei : 'i' tl IV unded twice id decorated by Kins Albert of Belgians personallv foi exi nolm • %  %  %  i ui >avy f n ; n i p attack on Vpi • Hent." he broke away r om his i ni ei rnl hen Ina n nd i aim to (• da a'ter the war where he ni I the f p|d ni" Inurntllam HI; rl MI newspapei work was rapid Feature writer for the Del > %  News and the Atlanta '' nstltu linn, sin %  %  •-relv, he waa called to New York by the nnbllshera DI I e late New York World, who, after Passover Greetings Passover To Ee Specially Observed p, ... will be ushered In al l'.,-tli David Synagogue Friday evening, Marc -'Hi. al sundown. Sal I.I day morn ng, Mai eh 27th, iserv leos b< gin al m. Rabbi Max Shap i in speak In Ylddlah "" p i io\er ... is it a Joyous nc, DBIOII ;" sni day morning, bei au P ,,r the Easter holiday approat hlng for non-Jews. Rabbi Shapiro will sneak on "Jew* and Chr stlann do they want to understand eaeh i ICantor Louis Hayman as stated by Beth David choir will i haul all Bei vices. • Service* at Beth Jacob Congregation, Mtaml Beacu will be chanted on Friday evening, S'ltur day and Sunday mornings, ill "I'servanre .>i frassover bv Cantor Maurice Vamches. Sunday morn Ing. March -'sth. Hie second day of Paaaover, Mr. r. Roth, active civic worker of Miami Beach, and a member of Ita Board of Director! will deliver an addres on "Israel' Contemporary obligation." Mr Roth is an Interesting and wel versed speaker. • • • Services at the Mliml Jewlsl Orthodox congregation for Pass Announcement Tne Jewish Floridian is happy to announce to its many subscribers and friends the opening of editorial, business offices and plant at 21 Southwest Second avenue in the hea:'t of Miami's business dis tnct. You may phone 2-11-. I or 2-1183 and M will be pleased to serve you. If you are In the neighborhood we shall be pleased to have you call in to see us. Offices will be open every day excepting Saturday and Sunday and Jewish holidays. over will i>e usherel In HI 0 o'clock down. Saturday and Sunday mori. ing services will bacio at 9 a. m. with Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner pleaching both days on the Blgnl flcance of the holiday. Saturday afternoon Mincha services will begin at 5 o'clock and Sunday afterr.on Mincha services will beein at fi p. m. An Important announcement of interest to the general Jewish public will i>" made during ih • holiday service Annual Concert Sponsored Here omof the outstand ng c< of the season will be thai sp nsored and dlrei led by < 'antor !'."i h i, executive d n i tor of i he Young Mens I lebrew A IOCIH i Ion, s uiday e en ing, March 281 h, it the < 'enI ra Elementary s. hool, Mill at. al Washington ave., Miami I! ach. The i on' erl will teal both liturgical music as well as Yiddish and Russian folk songs and popular music of the day En tertainers from many of the local ows will attend and entertain the public. This is the tenth annual concert sponsored and dl reeled by Cantor Schlachman. The concert will begin at 8:15 o'clock p. in. Murray ft Alan, the well-known ambasaadors of tun, and .lack Irving, popula master of ceremonies, will appear, among the other artists. Cantor Sclilaclinian served for a long number of years as Cantor of Beth David Congregation, Beth Jn, cob Congregation. Miami Beach, the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and several Important congregations In the North. He has taken an active part in the communal life of Greater Miami and served as an officer and director In many of the local as well as national organizations. a short erlod In the Metropo !i urea, seni him to Eu ope as t< atui a rltei and colu nisi for the nlng w lid Among his journal! tic scoop? was the announci oi" the termination of the Roman question -iv months before tlie reconciliation between the Italian State ami the Vatican became an accomplished fact. He was the pi i sonal truest of Slgnor Mussolini for three weeks, snd toured the country of Fascism In the company of the Dnce's brother, Arnaldo. Pierre van Paassen Is a II known figure in the ghettos of Europe and is one ef the few nonJews who is an honorary c ; tizen of Tel-aviv. the nil Jewish city of Palestine. In February and March, 10113. he visited Germany nnd was arrested by the Nazis on the ills plclon of having aided several Jews to escane from the "Hitler't" house of bopdii'-o" and for spread Ing so-called "Cruel" propacrandi in France and the T'nited State-. In addition to crossing and crossing Germany since the Hit ler regime came Into power, he has visited the Soviet t'nlon several (Continued on Page 111) %  no ho m ig xid



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORID1AN Friday, March 19, 103' I I r. Nissan Touroff, noted p •;> • rhologlst and educator, was guest speaker Bl the Boclal meeting ol (hi local Bnal Britb Lodge last • 1 ijr %  \ enlng ai Beth David Tal (I Torah Hall. II" urged the edin ation of ihe Jewls i %  hlld along di : nlte Hebrew i ellel us 1 n % % % %  i i onlj means foi nurvl il of the .1, A Ish peonle An open fomm red. the Bnil Bril h chintoi e con i|n "i ("iii" Louis IIMIII.-IM %  Boris Schlai hman and Messr Milton Friedman and s Rand % %  •• r.g n :• %  : her I selei tj.>-is. Rahbl V ix lei vend the Invocation i • : i ,> Formal pan of thf program refreshments were served by i ei mmlttee of ladles. • I i. -I-,. \":in Pnasspi. nnted |onrIsi and Internal i nnllv famous for his defense rf mlnorltv rights hi "he gnesl of the IPI % %  7, rm i-i dlntrlci HI n meeting it he Atlantis Hotel, Miami I'.••••h. nexl Mondnv "Ight. Mnr"h 2e no ndm • %  •-. nf anv kind and the p ihllc iurged to attend. The executive i> ard of Temple Israel Sisterhood will meet Monday, April 6. with Mrs, Jacob II. Kaplan at i SO p. m. In Kaplan Hall. At 2:30 p. m. the regular meeting of the Sisterhood iii take place. Members are urged to be' SOCIETY f Mr. Qlazler is a graduate Bucknell university and Is at o elated in business with bis faihei JH| in Bethlehem. ] %  ni as i he Blate of ol i ei rs for the ensu ng jear ill be pre s, nted by Mrs Max Dobi in, chair man ol the nominating committee. On Tuesday, April 6, Mrs. \. n Cohen and Mrs. Kaplan %  > ill he hostesses al a desserl bridge for the benefll i f the sisterhood in The Dallas Park Hotel starting at 2 |i in. The public is Invited. There will be i rizes for high score. • • • A grand concert, sponsored by A. Bramson, will be held al Bi h David Talmud Torah Wedncsil y, March list. 1937, al fc:30 p. in. with Chestei Alexander as Muster i : i 'eremonies and an all star • ast. Vmong those taking put will be Cantor Louis Hayman, Rev, Manrli e Maiui hi s and Cantor Boris S< hlnchman. Morris Goldman, violin Bololst; Jose Gasca, cello so loist; Mrs, Clara Teltlebmim and Alfred Adler, pianists; Charl He Daniels, tap dancer and singer; Mike Qerhardt, acrobatic dancer: Vlneenl and clement Mitchell, rhythm tap team; Peggy Peters, comedy dam ei BEST WISHES (Or H HAPPY PASSOVER The Little Inn j j 101 S. E. First Ave. j i CHICKEN DINNERS | i STEAKS—CHOPS A HAPPY PASSOVER HAMLYN MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. Studio Couchei Mattresses Renovated UPHOLSTERING 1235 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-4856 I Passover Greetings MR. ar.d MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN and FAMILY RETURNS MONDAY NIGHT Honeymooning m the Hotel Evans, Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mannen of Harleton, Pa Mr. Mannen is the ow nei i f several stores in Hazleton and his u fe is a former Brooklyn girl The young cou >le li fl ton ghl for Havana, i "uba, where they will spend ;i fi days. Another newly-wed couple. Mr. and Mrs K B. Tarrson, of Chicago, III., nri' also spending I H'ii li neymoon .ii the Hotel Evans. • Edward Fink, BI n of Mr. and Mrs, A. E Fink, ol c i ago, Illinois, a guesl of the Hotel Evans. gave an exhibition p'ng pong demonstration at the hotel yester day. Edward lias won si 11 ral tournament matches In Chicago. He is ai i resent spending the winter ere with hiparents and sister and i< a si idem al the Miami Beach Hit-ii Schi ol. • • Ai a recent meeting of the National Council of Jewish Juniors final plan-; were %  mpleted for the Annual Charity Ball to he held' Sunday evening, April 4th. at the Town Cicino. This dance is the outstanding charity event given by this organization. It is held annually anil the proceeds are used •ole'y for local eharltv work done inJunior Council. Aside from Its individual efforts, the Miami section of this National nreanlr.etlon works in conjunction with the Jewish Welfare of this city. Mr. tieorge Chertkof, the general chairman, states that the response so far has been very generous. T kets may i>e purchased from Mr. cr Mrs. Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Cleln, or any member of ,'nr!or Council. A buffet will be served at the dance by the manau,• % %  in Of the Town Casino. A meeting and discussion group will be held Tuesday evei inu. Manh 3th, ai the Beth David TalHAPPY PASSOVER SAYERS APARTMENT HOTEL A Home Away I om Hi me Modern Rates Newly Dei orated Cor. 28th St. 2728 N. E. 2rd Ave. mud Torah. The Books in Brief club is spin soring a benefit on .Monday i ve nlng, March 30, inig nnlng al s '30 o'clock ai Beth David Talmud To rah Hall for the benefll of the YOuth Aliyah mov enl The c in m It tee in charge of arrangements is headed by Mesdames I. R. Hiesman and Charles Feldman as co chairmen, and Ihey arc b!na as BlSted by Mrs. Mjike Kolkin in rharge of decroations, Mrs. Victor Mel] and Mrs. Harry Oltphant in Charge Of tickets. The public is cordially invited to attend The public speaking class of the Senior Council of Jewish Women meetings scheduled for Fridays. March L'>; and April -. have been postponed because nf the Pass over holidays and will be resumed April !>. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Wllensfcy, formerly of Charleston. S. C., now of Miami Etaai h, announce the en gagement of their daughter, Sylvia, at Bethlehem, Pa. The wedding will take place riur ing the early summer and the couple will reside in Bethlehem. Miss Wilenskly attended Miami Senior High school and Is a graduate of the Memminger school in Charleston, PI ii Bett i lelta sorority hd • guesl Bpeaker, Miss c ithet Im Mil MI-, at the meeting Friday at the home of Miss Katherlne Queen others present were Mis-; Dorcth Hossuly. Miss Lilian Rubin, MiHclla Shall'. Miss QlOTll Kir-i, • Miss Joyce ()ie-i. Miss Clorlfl Wheeler, Mi-s Katherlne Russell, Miss Arline Kalisb and Miss Betty Cex. The next meeting will he Friday nt the home of Mils I: suly. 92] S. YV. Il'lh ave. THE JEWISH FLORDIAN PUBLISHED i:'" ,UV Fltll'.\v I.--i-„ JEWISH FLORIDIAN ITU c P I) llnv •' I EDITORIAL OFFICESL'l S \V. 2nd Ave |'i, • • %  | %  ] .1. LOC'S S'HOCIIFT E 'ttor FRED K. SCHOCHET circulation Manager Entered as second class nv*ttT July I. 1930, ai the Post Ofri P Miami. Florida, under the Act of March .!, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION Six Months H 0(1 One Year J W r S.W.7 r h Ae.t 5.' 'ST PhoiW-6Hl SUNDAY and MONDAY March 28 29 Joe E. Brown June Travis EARTHWORM TRACTOR SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER THE SHEXMIN-VviLLiAMS Co 56 W. Flagler St. Miami 509 Collins Ave. Miami Beach FOR AN ENJOYABLE AND REAL KOSHER PASSOVER .Make Your Reservations Now! PASSOVER SEDARIM March 2(>(h and 27th And the Entire Week of Passover, at KRAEMER'S Strictly Kosher Restaurant 361 COLLINS AYE. Miami Reach Cantor Berele Kelemer Will Conduct the Sedarim Rev. Jos. Shapiro, Mash|;iarh PREPARE for the PASSOVER Observi this occasion with fitting acces ories. For your convenience, Burdine's has prepared a typical Passover table in the Hook shop whenthe following articles may be purchased: Tali-iiin 7 5c to 4.75 Yarinelkas of of black sateen, each 1 5= Other Yjirinilkas. 25c and 35c Main 6tore. Fourth Floor Burdine's



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Friday, March 10, m;7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1837 Page Three TTliami Y. M. H. A. TloJbiA. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Y. W. H. A. Trophy Awarded To Beth David Congregation Miss Anna Ereldman and Miss Ethel Pont, representing t!io Beth David congregation with a selection Of Jewish and popular nielodies, were awarded first prize and: a beautiful trophy, presented to i i in by Miss Josephine Kulinan, chairman of the first Y. \\\ 11. A. competitive V levllle and dance held lasl Sunday at Kaplan Hall before a capacity attendance. Miss Audrey Culler, representing Junior Council, was Becond. Judges were George Goldberg, Mrs. Rose Weiss and M I! Frank. Additional contestants ami their representations were H'nai H'ritli. Cantor I.ouis llayinan. Cantor Doris Schlachman, Milton Friedman ami Sam .1. Rand, sioL'a fraternity; Larry Schwartz, Phil Welntraub, Charles Adelman and Isidore Meyerwltz; Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation, Miss Phyllis Shulman, Janice Hadassah: Ethel Wax. Audrey Cutler, Edna Adler and Helen SoMff, Chesed Shel Emes; Phyllis Day. Junior Y. M. H. A : Evelyn Auslander. Young Men's Hebrew Association: Maurice Fodor, Al Steinberg and Sam Kantor. Special mention goes to Miss Marion Freed who accompanied the Various acts at I !H piano. Additional entertainment was provided by Kay Murray, assisted by Larry Schwartz plus a laji dance Specialty by Jackie Sale The diflcull task of mistress of ceremonies was very capably per formed by Ida Bngler, and give him a hand. Doris. Dancing lot lowed. A greeting committee composed of Miss Hannah Schurman, RosaIvn Friedman. Dea Silver, Dorolhy l.apan, Janet KarasiU. Bleanoi Will Ith besl Wl blnand, Mrs. Marion Shil for .' \ ed in making the iii Kosher 1 Ladies and gentlemen, do yo know that the Y. M It A. iiiK and clubrooms are pletely remodeled and pi Inted d rinn the Passover holid tys and will he ill tiptop shape in al Week I The 1937 Y. M. II V. ball season will gel ui di i soon as tin' board ol dit point a BUI censor to Mai Goldstein. Arthur Sclovnn scoutmaster of '• replacing Herman Lefko If in the mo d i" tin evening of dam h attend the weekly Till dances sponsored by Reach Jew sh Soi In I beautiful Miami Be id If and Country club. REST WISHES I i [or A HAPPY PASSOVER ) i i J. M. BLOW TITLE CO. ABSTRACTS 318 Scybold Bldg. Phone 3-1b21 Four new member i wi to the Y. M H \ • % %  %  David Whitman, Gei Goldl I. Rosengtirten and S I' Society fcnn Goldstein I Mlsn Friday to a Visll to Havana. 01 en and 11 ori I i i %  Kenm club tl • ned on the o] loi I night. i Olson's music I tiulj : ; ill || thai d (i %  • %  %  Iltll 1 ( hi new kit I i ro Ol en %  • nt I %  %  ned SINCERE WISHES TO ALL for a I FREILICHEN AM'J I KOSHEREN PESACH | Shutts & Bowen j { I First National Bank Bldg. | I MIAMI, FLA. i PAS (iHKKTIXdS EMPIRE IT 0 T E L LOUIS WILDMAN AND ASSOCIATES 7E0 Co'lins Ave. MIAMI EEACH TANNER'S 'WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORES -1263 W. Flakier St, 1753 N E. Second Ave., | 1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Giblcs Wishes for All Its Jewish Patrons A HAPPY PASSOVER I To Our MANY JEWISH FRIENDS | We Extend SINCERE WISHES j for a HAITY PASSOVER G. 0. REED, Inc. 1345 Twentieth Street MIAMI BEACH Engineers and Contractors To our r lei Acquaintui GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES ON PASSOVER CAULKING WATERPROOFING Interior and Exterior Painting A. PETRI J PAINTER AND DECORATOR 4738 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE ED I h [ s ;i Pli >urc to lixtend | '( ALL <>| i; JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATUONS Wishes I'ma I HAPPY PASSOVER I | ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET | i METAL CO., Inc. I 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 | i I with i land are si %  rud : i the world ui In i ri ular melan t en nient with Among tin are ''>' % %  : %  r ,i %  %  I COIIIIIIK with a rush as all of tho are In the pink of form and in iieed records are being i halted up nightly through tDo ex; ol 11 varied and itched i". ents. GREETINGS CECIL'S IRON AND BODY WORKS 6$5 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-0473 i for AH;. ma LIST EAU N. E F i, FLA. i I i i\ ER GREETINGS MORRIS RUBIN of the HUB DRY GOODS I N Miami Ave. >: WISHES for A HAPPY. PASSOVER Lotspeich loorimr Co. C7 N. E. 36th St. Phone 2-8341 PA / (iUKKTINUS • ER & CO., Inc. INVESTMENTS I I in Bldg. •| ,. i ind Al MitalliDlliees ;. %  11KS KOH A MAPI V PASSOVEIi PAUL NEJINE ol the H 0 T E L P1 E R C E 169 N. E. 6th Miami, Fla. EDERAL SAVINGS AND : OCIATiON ANNOUNCES A CHANGE OF NAME •v i lie similarity I t ui Loan \ %  %  id' Directors, with tho Homo Loan Bank Board, I individualize this 1 K i\\ j ;vj i .in the nolicii s, peln % % %  i % %  '. FROM NOW ON OUR NAME IS K


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I'aue Pour Tin: U:\VISII PI.ORIP1AN Friday, March 19, iv.7 I Strictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON m't'fii I rumors thai the abillca ilmo, according to the Bible • 'li.n ol Km Edward was partially ,,,,. niblc was silent on the mat'I %  to re poits of his ; rn N.i/is iir inn |{ ihhi Max I.. Forman of Frankfort), Pa., has the answer M in incuts are confirmed In pan by a new hunk called "His Was the Kingdom," just published in There"* no reference to Rebec London The book says thai can's BBO In the Bible, Rabbi ForMrs Simpson was on terms of .HI nays, bul in the Mldrash close personal friendship with Rubbah to Genesis, 57:1, we arc Joachim von lUbbentrop, Nail en tld thai Rebeccah was born durvoy, an i that Edward had a natIng the Incident of Isaac's being iiral affinity for the German peobroughi to Akedah on Mount ilc The Lithuanian govern Moraiah This is based upon menl is alleged to have paid the the fad that the last row lines of Lithuanian anti-Semites I2S.0MI to 0on< i. XXII, which tells of Re-I '•"II of liter anti-Jewish i .1 .1 bcciah's liirtli, are appended dl I 1 "ti 1.1 tlj to the sti ry ol the Akedah Isaac was :!7 years at that This and That •' was I" when he The pink slips which arpliiants married Rebeccah (Genesis XXV. for state : %  l.s i-i Missouri inn t -"' %  m;l "Rebeccah :: years old fill out contain a question a ami 1 "' '''" li 1 "' f her marriage i' candidate's religion Phll'p Thin Isaai was .".7 at the time of 1' Akedah is ascertained fn m the Seder Night Home Gossip Some one ought to look Into the rumor that certain Important New York .lews are saiil to be responsible for the fa hue of the House of Representatives' Rules Committee to reporl on M" 0 Ri olutlon RS That's the hill thai calls for a su eeplng ln\ esli R il i n ol Nazi propaganda Tis whis 1 pred 1 lial members of 1 • %  1 ommittee have been told thai SS not wanted by Jewish leaders What Jew ish leadei s 1 incl dentally, the resolution has bi endorsed by the American Legion the Veterans ol Foreign Wars and the Indiana Li glslal re When Samuel I'ntermver gets back rroin Vj "' l iv newsboy for the Pos'on California, don'l be surprised if he '"^''"'•has the host. „.-w-h > % %  1 lies iii the country %  i %  wen episode al the age of 127. while By Esther Popper In the Hebrew month of Nisan Comes n holiday '>f prayer Which in spirit brings together Families scattered everywhere, 'Tis the sacred ceremony of the freedom of nor race, Books to bring back memories Are sel al every place. Hut seems there's something lacking. The atmosphere is bare Till mother lights the candles And hows her head in prayer. thai Sarah died du'inc the 1 Then father starts the service li tiati .1 move to merge his Xon rlan Ant i Nazi Leagti 1 Jolnl Boyi otl C un< il The braves! antl Nazi In New York Is thai Ai van Hitler had r, 1 1 ;. who took li life n hi hands by 1 ailing 1 >i l" n brer n racketeer and a mil I 11 pub li. opi 11 air meeting In rn nl New York Nazi 1 li rs Denials to tin standing, Mayor I. W l tn fit %  p • and a silver cup awarded she was '<•> when she bore Isaac by the National Broadcasting (Oenesls XVII, 17). 1 M.niv in a newspaper hnwklncontest I id over a nutlnn hookup For Bible Students %  1 up!' l neks ago e 1 ki il anyone eo ild confirm re orl thai HIP ri' 1 ri igi w.i; the wi I I ing guarded day and night by a "'' Isaac and Rebeccah, the litte 11 n years old at Hi pi lal p'lice del ild any .: a shot al lii-n A riilshed (' %  n si refugees In \< w York Is a ne| reri Lehman The sudden death nl Re ir V<1 Kii hmond Pearson Hobsoi a if mp inin 1 ho Const 1 t lonal Demoi rai y \ soi i.i tion, the latest of the 111 pen rut 1 •piaM Fa-ei-t outfll Hobson was slated to be leader of the C I> A. BEST WISHES fna \ i:itY II VPPY PASSOVBIl MARTIN'S GROCERY an:l MARKET 2512 S. W. 8th St. Hot From the Cauldron Diplomat ie circles are dl %  %  a report thai bock of the mys terious exile rrom Germany of Puts Hnnfstaengl, oni p Hltle %  t friend, is a si erne to PI I him to America to I ke 0 direction of the Nazi propaganda machine there The daughter of one of the leading Gi ai Nazis is fiuhtinc at the fronl W 111 the Spanish Loyalists Tin SINCERE WISHES I r a i VERY II VPPY PASSOVER t I ULLIAN'S i |CUT RATE DRUG STORES t Drugs • Cosmetics • Liquors REGISTERED PHARMACISTS 1130 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5 2504 JOT TWENTY-THIRD ST. Phone 5-0210 A Happy Fassover I BEST WISHES for A HAPPY PASSOVER I K V I t I I I Southern Life & Health Insurance Co. POSTAL BLDG. T. s COOK, District Miinajrer MATHEWS TRUCK LINE } t i i i t S. A. Freel Distributing Co., Inc. Exclusive Distributors for BEST FOODS— NEW NUCOA HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE SHEFFIELD FINE CHEESES KEEBLER OVEN fRESH CRACKERS 259 N. W. Fourth St. PHONE 3-1755 J N. E 30th St. at First Ct. Phone 2-2141 !._____.. — .... — — -.--..-SINCERE WISHES To All Our Jewish Frh nil i for a VERY HAPPY PASSOVER j O'Neill & Orr j Building Corp. 441 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACK nj 1333 North Bnv Shore Drive f] hi J N COVELL AND ASSOCIATES OF THE TRUSCON STEEL CO, 1333 North Bay Shore Drive PHONE 2-3926 Extends, to All Wishes for A HAPPY I'. NSOYKR 4 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Carley J. Smith Transfer Let Us Unload Your Trucking Problem 246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2-2r r i5 Nite Phone 2 6154 MIAMI, FLORIDA With Hie skull eap on his head. Ami no one breathes a whisper Till the questions all are said. Then brother proudly answers. Yes. he knows the story well How Hebrews slaved III Egypt Under Pharoahe, and he tells Of the Exodus with Moses as the leader. For though God w.'is high in heaven His prestige was close at hand To help the Jews through safely Into the promised land. Besl Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER TRIANGLE ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Contractors 2164 N. W. 62nd St. Phone Edgev..ater 2102 i + + SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PA8SOVER Hirsch-Fauth, Inc. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers BISCAYNE BLVD. AT FOURTEENTH TER. Phone 2-5641 MIAMI A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Petrie's 12 EAST FLAGLER STREET H. H. BLOOM. Manager nfH/H/H/BjmmmmjMjiHfH/HfHj Best Wishes for a Happy Passover to All My Jewish Friends B. KINGSTON HALL ARCHITECT Phon 5-2434 1447 Collins Ave. Miami Beach GREETINGS to Our JEWISH FRIENDS on PASSOVER HEfHfELTE. S. C. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO. 1628 Pennsylvania Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Phone 5-1305



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-/' Friday, March 19, 1987 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five THE WORLD'S WINDOW ALONG THE WAY By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndi cate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement will be prosecuted. si ill mi tin; road, iii "i i nil gradually nearer thp end of this particular trail, N Jewish paira and no time to read them when thenis a possible glimpse. An alarmed report by word of mouth last niKht concerning the Colonial Minister's sharply negative pronouncement On the possibility of opening Trans-Jordania to Jewish Immigrants. Tragic and stupid both, of course, if it is true. Hut we must not let any circumstance or any policy or any injustice or any chicanery dishearten us. We must be like the tide: we must be like a river that risps. swollen With the thaw of mountain snows. and Irreslstably, silently, Irrevocably flooding the land. It is not on today that we depend, sharp and dreadful as is the day's need; 1 it is not on tomorrow; we are a! people living very consciously within time, within.history reckoning by centuries, by epochs; we have always bad traffic with eternity. We shall not be undone bv one of its moments. Meanwhile there continue the """• ,,r i llv P !" W* to English rise from that broth an esperanto babble. Mankind occurs only and exclusively on Ibis planet in iInform of culture-groups or nationalities. Every dog is some kind of a dog. every tree some kind of a tree and every man some kind of a man. And thai iron and blessed fact will nut be altered because your soul is diseased anil you don'l want to be the kind of man you are. Yes, I still have to say that. In words of two syllables or in words of one To young and old mule and female. "Hut do you believe that we should segregate ourselves I Vicarious H 111! lilt tinglfs in me as I hear that for the ten thousandth time Of all the forms of animal life, dear sir or madam, only and exclusively the Jew of the postemancipatory Galuth has fallen so low as to consider Instinctive pref erence for his own kind a subtly shameful and dangerous thing AVe do not. NOT, segregate our selves Hroadly Speaking, We prefer In live and die with these win have our own memories, aspirations, heritage, hope joy. ap, e%  t ences. So does every Other liu man being in the Whole world. Even Scotchmen prefer Scotch running Britain and Its literature both. li doesn't threaten the union of i lie kingdoms, I'm no) trying to rob you of your I'lir.s lian friends. lint cl n't any more ill.lessons, the row elemi-ntiirj All right. S: tar. so good or lessens which inusi Inlennied lie bad Itul I would nut end my lung lore this Jewish people of tndaj trip and my seeing of many Jews Is transformed ami transmuted again quite on that note. I say from a mob oi Blaves fleeing i" in those who complain; I say to talk that slavish talk aboiil self Itself in the deserts cf the wot Id those valiant BOUIS who have segregation. We are a people Into a people a i"' t>i • forever found the Jewish way and who 8 people, shaping even alien Ianmore of peace, ami lo.'i.lg-killdliess are desperate > %  > often over the guages (German, Spanish Arabic) to all mankind, bul II people so slowness of the same process In Into something closer to our charstrong by virtue of i s moral oneaiter and needs. Our tentlfnej i" liens, so welded Into a BIIIX'P moral live in the same neighborhods In force of many in lion wills that lilies is due to I lie unconscious truly like a river swo'len by the others: Remember. Jew ;i I % %  i( %  ( oiInued on Page iii questions of which I spoke lust week and mingled with them from other individuals and other groups come complaints, bitter and sharp and constant, over the still immense and melancholy prevalence id Jewish sloth, of Jewish indifference, of Jewish snobbishness | anil Of Jewish idolatry of the idols and golden calls on the marketplaces. True. It is all true. The majority of the rich men are! niggardly; the pseudo-fashionable bash In a little unite normal Oenthe favor and friendship and ask: j why should we segregate our-1 selves' Minimum Judaism is still in many iplaces considered sufficient—at least from the lips outward: above all. Jewish Ignorance is still thick as fog and only gleams of the desire to know and by knowing penetrate the gloom. And niggardliness and snobbishness and Jewish ignorance still babble as rationalization and excuse phrases so shopworn and foolish, so dated and empty, so discredited and faded, that I blush to point out for the ten thousandth time their idiotic fallaciousness. Qrowling, cooing, piping. "But I don't believe In nationalities!" make the world over according to your repulsive inner wish of having all mankind turn Into a universal tasteless broth and hearing men or Irishmen. That htsn'l yet prevented great Scotchmen from but spi ntaneoua soi lologicnl functioning of a people robbed by Is topic fate of geographical lntegrlt\ and trying to place little substitute bits of soil under iis forever in voluntary wandering reel Have I said all this before ; Very well, Then I have, I shall probably say it again. These are FOR AN ENJOYABLE Passover Make Your Reservations at JOE RUBIN Sea Breeze Hotel Second St. at Co'lins Ave. REASONABLE RATES FOR THE SADER Or for the Entire Week mountain thaws ii wll flood the land of iis need ami ho >e I'll i a i> %  ration and sweep nto i r el I m>. a wilderness of ci Ii n'lil per retarles and ihelr Immoral i Ings to policy. DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 17(11 N. W. 3(ith St. flose,i Saturdays. I'h. 2-2131 BOFSS* T.


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r Papc Six THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN Friday, March 19, L937 BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2 %  =1 / I -.' RABHI JACOli !!. '.! %  ..-. 6996 Albacore Di Miami Beach One or both of inp ihrouplidut tinyear. CONGREGATIONAL i .: i ii ting ol popular ivill InRiven by Vallee and %  n Bongsters. i • another record trowel, i ;i in HIS ai c re[heir reservations ; nd eserved Beats by ,e no Increase In mlml .ion being 88 Society i %  •I • I oil Ya 11 < i Plngler Is bul 10 rainAIIIIIWII Miami anil ile from ; %  11 other m Beach Notes i iver Calendar: Friday evening %  %  B 6 :30 o'clock. S In Id Officers tor the enr-i-onl meeting of the Palm o ol i: iai Itiiili. reports DI the current year %  iited and election <>f of' ing in the Pesa Ii I itlvul conducted by bol of Friday evenh R] ju 7:0 i o'i loi k, A I-OI der iii be rond Hall, under the i Mrs. Frank Perlmnn on uel Basker. B lurday mi rii at li :00 o'i Iocs Hal will speak on to Freedom." Thursday evenin 8:15 o'cloi k. Dr. Knplii on the stih s day's Superstition Friday mornin <. 15 o'i lock R 11 eak. %  %  |-| di ha 11 i %  lit. An I I i I YOUNG PEOPLES Cl ; On Frill \ i tlio Youi pie Israel will i but at 'ho regular Ft > >w ii •-. Tl of the tradltl nal %  -• %  hymns at Ibe liAi'i'V I'ASSO %  ; •. CH ; i ST WISHES Inr ;i 11 VPPY PASSOVER J. Freed v Woodcraftcrs 2035 W. Flagler St. MIAMI. FLA. suing year are: Bid Bernbaum, president; lack Kapner, vice president; Morris Bterman, financial secretary; Louis Schutzer, treasurer,; Charles Wax, montior; Charles Kapner, assistant monitor; Harry Qoodmark, warden; Hyman Kapner, guard; Jack Fein. Dave Feldman, Joseph Mendel, Sam A. Goldstein, Jos. II. Lesser. Hen L. Aaron and Dave K.-itz. trustees. Officers of the lodpe will be Installed .ii formal ceremonies on Sunday evening, April 4. at which members Of the Ladies' Auxiliary will he the puosts of the lodge. ljiiiMiiiiiHiimmillmiiiiliimiilllliiiiimiiiiiiMiHiiimHi.tmiiiiti.il ni. : DR. EDWIN J. COHEN Chiropractic Physician 1501 Congress lildff. Phone 3-fiKll Office Hours: 10-12—1-5 ~MIIIIIIIIIIIII llimilHIIIIIHHIIimillllllllllHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIHlmilHHu' I—— BEST WISHES for n HAPPY PASSOVER BEN J. KINCAID J Life Insurance and Annuities 404 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 2-0721 -i 11 i KST WISHES FOIt A IIAI'I'V PASSOVER IVES CERTIFIED DAIRY OJUS, FLA. %  REST v. HAPPY I'ASStiYKIi I j J. F. Ha; i I Hammond Lobsti l Co. 25 S. W. South River :. VCE A F and i i RAY 3TOR | I ,. T.TX Ass. I 1 i I MIAMI BEACH I || I KST WISHES FOR A IIAI'I'V PASSOVEH ISEVELT FISH MARKET ALL KINDS OF SEA FOOD DAILY 3 2024 no N E 14th m GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES ON PASSOVER SECOND AVE. STOVE CO. FOR A HAPPY PASSC E E, BAKER CONTRACTING CO. Inc. i .A 1 ERERS 201 N. W Second Avenue Phone 3-1383 NEW AND REBUILT GAS AND ELECTRIC STOVES A IIM'TN I' CITY D CLEANERS. 3 2160 N W. First Phone 2-1571 I I r & shead Iron ks i l i h | rerrace Miami, Florida £ ., [ h. K E CREAM CO. ty 244 N. W. Seventy-Second Terrace 3 DOG RACING TONITE x-iamimfL-, 11 EVENTS NIGHTLY fl GREETING I HERTZ Drive-ur-Self STATIONS 52 S. E. FIRST ST. MIAMI Phone 2-8537 |^ Kxli n.I In \\ • 8 s For A HAPPY PASSOVER UrBim^fE/HfBfEjH/BfEIEIEU ( (i i; V. K T I N OS ] >'ISHES ON PASSOVER \\ RT LUMBER YARDS, Inc. j YF.RY rilTXfJ TO BUILD ANYTHING LITTLE RIVER BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1166 CORAL CABLES OFFICE: Phone 4-2511 COCONUT CROVE BRANCH: Phone 4-1619 MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 2051 J QUALITY SERVICE | 11 11 DAILY DOUBLE—QUINIELAS POST TIME 8:15 Frank J. Bruen General Manager ALSO THE BAND SENSATION fjl and His MUSIC OF TOMORROW" A MAMMOTH ORCHESIRA And a great array of Stars With EDITH CALDWELL ADMISSION 25c INCLUDES IT ALL I i ?fENNEL^CLUB 7 J£



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/ Fi flay. Man h !!•. 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page SP'. I ti Society The Federal Savings and Loan Association of -Miami, ground floor or the Congress Building, 109 N. E, Second avenue, baa changed ltd name to DADE FEDERAL 8AV l.NOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI. Joseph M. Llpton, I:Ident, reported yesterday, The .irtlon was taken because of the ronfuslon caused by the similarity In names of Federal Savings and I.nnn Assococlationa in this area, Mr l.iilon said The name "DADE" was selected because of Ms historical slgnlfli a tribute hine paid bv thn 11 iiiiiiiiv to Mai Francis L. Tlnile for whom l)-wi,i r*ountv w nn"e'. The Association \v pqtnhlishpH t'i 1'rM ]i< ppQ^tfl InorAfiapd dnr ie ififfi nnprnxlmito'v *i inn inn and now total • '' %  • i nnnnnn The Dsde F' 1 I Sitvinp-s nnd '"in \sco,'infnn %  Witu* 1 *iv ijips Institution, chnrtereil and Mlnervised bv the Dovernment, each nccnnnt helnc in'-nrn.i hv Hio Federal Sn\l"cs and T.nn |"oiirn" e Cornoration. a covernmentil neon <••• an In $.", (inn S'nco IN pr^inl7"t'on the association hi" paid 4 Tor rent on s.ivinp. !, i addition *o ln> it has mndp in this area for i un-hasine. buildine and n finnnci"e hnm"> vice president; T..e.o Rohin^n. vlcp Officers and directors besides Mr, Llpton Include Rufus il. Daniel, president; Charles Beatty, treasur er; Henry K. Wolff, secretary; Clarence Feuer, assistant secre tary; O, A. Price, Irwln Cassel and M, Krelger, directors Ous Feuer i-c attorney for the association and Hugo Shonberg is construction aupervlsor. is still plenty of time to enter, (io to your nearest Cigarette dealer and ask him for a set of official <;uaintcd with the famous Old Gold I'igarettes. the cigarettes which are always freshnever soggy— never dry never Btale. Beat in mind too that after you try your first pack n, Double Mellow old Golds and you are not delighted with them you gp' I).mule Your •:•" Money Back. Success to Vou, I I I f PASSOVER GREETINGS j !.\TLANTIC EXPRESS. Inc.! M1 ^:l A M I 24j Co.I ns Ave. Phone 5-4929 BEST WlSIlES lor a I'ASSOVKR GREETINGS from THE SCHLAMP STUDIO 2134 Biscayne Blvd. You never had a liner chance to win a cash fortune than that offered by Old Cold Cigarettes. Tris $2n,nr>0 prize contest as announced in our publication during the past months has taken the Jewish pet p'e hy stnrm Thousands of our readers who never have taken any interest in any contest are now anxious to win one of the 1.00(1 prizes. The makers of Old (Sold iMgaretes did not forget to Include lie.Jewish frlenda in this contel as is evidenced hy their rep.. ] innouni einents in our publication. We extend our thanks to them. Vou should not pass if tnls opportunlty of winning a prize simply becans you did not happen Io enter the contest when It began. There f A HAPPY PASSOVER GLADYS ADAMS BEAUTY SHOP %  Finger Wave 35c Shamooo ?^' %  Permanent Wave—Special $3 | AU. BRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE 7 E. FLAGLER ST. (Over Gianl s i Phone 2-6763 j j HAPPY PASSOVER I I BEST WISHES FOR A j | IIAI'I") PA! SOV :..( j I M H M T u I !" ST STATE | Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ba: r j | PASSOVER GREETINGS j Clarence H. Lcnnon Hialeah, \'d. and Lennon's Grocery Store J5414 N. E. 2nd Ave. Edge: 9144* I BANK of piT IM. fc. Znd Ave. Edge: 9144' i PASSOVER GREETINGS i I H. R. EATON—of ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. 2160 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-0716 ) J BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY 1 JEWISH FRIENDS ALBERT ANIS j I'ASSOVKR GREETINGS j JONES MIAMI BEACH EXPRESS CO. ?716 5th St. MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS i Miami Trading and Restaurant Supply Co. 1166 N. Miami Ave. 665 Washington Ave. ARCHITECT MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-29:9 MRS. M. P. LEHMAN PASSOVER GREETINGS i: BKST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HAZEL B. KREMBS 1535 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-29E8 Specializing; in Dollstieatitlfully dressed, to order—all kinds-all sizes—alFO miniature antique doll furniture LOUIS RIFAS HYLAND RIFAS j and the MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. i 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE I EXTEND ^O AI.T, f^vrFRF WTfioF;s FOR A BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER J. G. McCrory Co. 23 E. Flagler St. Phone 2-2280 i PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTON TIRE CO., Inc. L. E. PALLOT, Pret. Complete Tire Service Distributors of U. S. Tires 6th Ave and Flagler St. 5th St. and Alton Road Miami 3-4639 Miami Beach 5-4830 OPEN ALL NIGHT JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROASTERS and PACKERS of COFFEES and TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A IIAI'I'V PASSOVER VERY HAPPY PASSOVER i GREETINGS! America's Oldest Federal —a Savings Institution That Has Always Paid 4'i on Insured Savings IT IS BEST To finance your home with a local institution lntead < f borr wing from d!atanl lenders. experience has shown that outside mortgages are more expensive and less satisfactory to local home owners. Bed re signing any loan papers, the borrower should insist upon obtaining from the lender a complete Itemized and Blgned loan cost statement. The First Federal plan (fives the lowest cost, anil the simplest and most convenient terms in the South. Obtain information before arranging your home mortgage. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI 33 N. E. First Avenue W. H. WALKER, President OUR SINCERE WISHES for a PRAYLICHEN AND K08I1EREN PESACH To Our Jewish Friends FARRIS & COMPANY 26 N. E. 27th St. BEEF PACKERS Phone 2-2641 Miami, Florida HOME OFFICE AND PLANT: 2116 West Beaver Street Jacksonville, Florida When we sell you Kosher Beef, you know it's Kosher beyond a doubt ITS STAMPED AND TAGGED ASK YOUR RABBI! rsi



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Friday. March 19, 1937 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1937 Pace Nino RECIPES • • • MATZO KLOESE 1 Onion (minced and friod In chicken fat). 4 Mntzos (soaked In water). 4 ERRS unbeaten. l tap. Minced Parsley. Ball and Pepper. Pinch of Glnfter. Drain and crush thoroughly the soaked matzos Add the eggs, fried onion, parsley and seas-ra.ngs. Replace this to the frying pan Inj winch the onion was tried. Over B „>* flame, stir mixture thorough ly until dry enough to handle. Allow to cool and term into balld Roll | D dry mat/.o flour. Chill and use its needed. Mat/.o Kloea" ins? lboiled in the soup and :v: veil thai way, ^" may be cooked l boilliu POTATO FLOUR SPONGE CAKE 12 Eggs. \2 C. Sugar. 1 u. Potato Flour. Kin of ball Union or orange. l tbsp. Lemon or Orange Juice. Beat yolks and add the sugar, beating until thick. Boat n the potato flour and theu th juice aud rind of either the lemon or orange juice, depending on the flavor you prefer. Las', of all, fold iu the well-beaten egg whites aud bake iu a moderate oven at 350 degrees. Bake at: u loa: cake, layer cake or cup cakes. FRESH STRAWBERRY l< iNQ 10 Ripe Berries, z 1 tap. Lemon Juice. About 2 cups XXXX Su^ar. Crush the berries, add the lemon Juice, and enough of the XXXX Sugar to make the Icing thick. Beat until smooth and llg'it. MATZO CHARLOTTE 4 Matzos (soaked and diaine-1). 4 Eggs ( separated). 1 c. Sugar. 1-2 c. Raisins. 1-2 t. Salt. 1 Lemon (juice and rind). 1 Apple (grated;. 2 t. Cinnamon. Crush the drained nialzos thoroughly, adil the yoiki of the eggs and the balance of the Ingredients. Fold in the well beaten whites. Prepare the baking pan (about i qt. size) by spreading the bottom generously w'th chicken f.it and brown sugar. Turn mixture In and bake in a moderate oven, ebout 350 degrees. Serve hot with the following: Wine Sauce Bring one i: up wine to a boll an.i pour it ulowlf and careful If over 2 beaten egg yolks. Add one cup sugar a id juice of half a lemon. Into this fold the Deuten whites of two eg^s. Junior Hadassah at Nan Young's restaurant on Miami Beach. Discussion of the annual Donor's dinner featured the evening. Miss Audrey Cutler is general chairman for the dinner which will be held on April 11. Miss Cutler's r mmlttee includes Mrs. Leo A. Chai kin. Miss Hana Mack. Miss Anita Silverman, Miss Ruth Mazor. Miss Gladys Husser, Miss Eddie Adler, Miss Trudle Bandel and Mrs. Sol Katz. PASSOVER GREETINGS Society A large group of K irls attended the dinner meeting last Monday of A FRIEND M. L. L I Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER DAVIS' BLVD. PHARMACY Biscayne Blvd. at 67th St. STONEWALL PHARMACY Miami Ave. at 29th St. SAM W. DAVIS, Prop. Sincere Wlsl es for A HAPPY PASSOVER Davidson & Co., Inc. Distributors Of YORK REFRIGERATION 1005 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-2473 PASSOVEH GREETINGS Otto F. Weber Certified Public Accountant Shoreland Arcade j MIAMI, FLORIDA 11 BEST WISHES for A HAPPY PASSOVER U. S. WELDING AND IRON WORKS 428 N. W. First Court MIAMI i i A HAPPY PASSOVER YUTT'S BARBER SHOP "Air Conditioned" 151 S. E. First St. Phone 29282 i GREETINGS for a HAPPY PASSOVER \ o o i H PASSOVER GREETINGS ) j ROBBINS WAREHOUSE J 1109 N. W. 22nd St. ) i W. N. KELLY i Sincere Good Wishes to All Our Jewish Friends { for a Happy Passover I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER i Florida Linen f Supply Co. i • 7 i !! i BEST WISHES for a IIAI'PY PASSOVER 1403 N. W. 7th Court W. P. EAVENSON, Mer. LOW RAIL FARES IN COMFORTABLE AIR-CONDITIONED COACHES One Way from Miami ATLANTA $1069 BALTIMORE $18.73 BOSTON $37.08 CHATTANOOGA $12 fi5 CHICAfO %? %  >, -7 CINCINNATI $17.80 CLEVELAND $22.90 DETROIT $23.05 JACKSONVILLE $5.1" MACON $9 27 NEW ORLEANS $1165 NEW YORK $22.48 NORFOLK $15.60 PENSACOLA H1.03 PHILADELPHIA $20X8 PITTSBURGH 124.03 RICHMOND $15.50 ST. PETERSBURG $4.71 TALLAHASSEE $ 7.70 TAMPA $3 39 WASHINGTON $17.&3 Coach meals 50c. Pillows 25c. CITY TICKET OFFICE 125 East Flagler Street Tel. 2-8161 and 2 6104 T. W. LUCKJCTT, Mr. PM. SEABOARD AIR LINK RAILWAY omriJIHI AIR-CONDITIONED ISIEO ALL 1M -BOUND ROBERT R. WILLIAMS City Commissioner Miami, Fla. DR. HARRY E. FRY DENTIST 7 E. Flagler St. A HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Jewish Clients and Friends Ring & Mahony Certified Public Accountant* Biscayne Bldg. MIAMI, FLORIDA r SOUTH ATLANTIC MORTGAGE CO. PHILIP DUSENBURY T. B. HAMILTON 110 N. E First St. Phone 3-4653 OUR SINCERE GREETINGS for a HAPPY PASSOVER Bryant Office Supply Company, Inc. Specialists in OFFICE SUPPLIES 44-46 8. E. First St. Phone 2-0588 MIAMI, FLA. A IIAI'PY PASSOVER J. V. WALTERSON "Automobile Service That Satisfies" 1135 North Miami Ave. Phone 2-8816 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER o o R. S. EVANS WILLYS AUSTIN USED CARS i j 1622 N. E. 2nd Ave. DADE REFRIGERATING CO., Inc. 2111 North Miami Ave. Complete Refrigerating Service Frick Refrigerating Machinery and Equipment Holcomb & Hoke Refrigerators and Display Cases Phone. Day: 2 7868 } Phones. Night: 2-5629—2-7329 | SKA sox'S GREETINGS j Harry M. Hice City Councilman I MIAMI BEACH



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Page Ten THE JEWISH l-I.OUIDIAN Friday, March 19, 1; Society I ion MIKI Rabbi David Clein. a.-somon will serve 88 hcatesses at Hie elated with Betb Jacob Congrega lion, Miami Beach, are in charge of Baruch S| Inoza, thou art 1 urs ... ... the preparation of the inoduct.s to Flesh of <>III flesh, ami bone ol our bones." with these words, iir. Insure utrlcl adherence to every Abraham Wolfson concluded his ritual requirement. Kadi bottle 01 lecture on Spinoza's Relationship package will bear a dial nctlve l Judaism, last Saturday after| abel and will ,„, attao by tne noon "Spinoza." Dr. Wolfson Ma8h giach named by the Rabbis, .Id. i1 e culmination of a long wno wH „ ve .,, ,,,„ ,,., ,. v durlng %  '" -"'' v P1 Judeus, sad ,,,„ en(|re Pa880Ver „„,.,<. All Ezra, Maimonides, additional Mashgiach will be In next luncheon for Sisterhood members. A nominating committee was appointed at the M tint: last Week Including Mrs Jack Pallot, (hairman; Mrs. Sol Grief, Mrs .1. Bugler, Mrs. Mendel Schelnberg and Mrs. Wolfe Rlutstein Elect OD will take place at the April meet lng. A IIAI'I'V PASSOVER I I BACCHUS GRILL and BAR 1 Coil! n)t'It' Lit mm l'i< U ,,, j DR. BERNARD FORREST j | I 103 N. E. First Ave. I Complete Liquor Packag I leparnneiii 200 W. Flagler St. Phone 28943 li C BACKUS, Prop. Dr. J. Levenson Of Stamfo .... f Gersonides and Creskas." attendance at the dairy plant In Conn., is the house K uesi of his This Saturday at 2 p, m. The Miami Beach to supervise operanephew Dr. Edwin J. Cohen of this St-inoza group will meet at 1059 t ions then (• %  lins avenue, Miami B h to Mr. Louis Jaccbsklnd. only Jew the opera '•Lohengrin." At | 8n da j ry operator In this area. 30 Dr Wolfson iii give the flfoperating Bhe Seaboard Sanitary teenth and final talk on the Life Dairy, will have Rabbi Abraham and Philosophy of Baruch spin A K ellner of the Miami Jewish "'•' Orthodox Congregation In charge Th. Spinoza group met every „ r ,.,„,, s rvlslng the ritual reSaturday, throughout the season, qulrementa for the preparation of in the lawn of 1059 Collins aveir lirv products for use in the Jewnue, Miami Beach Ovei a hundred isll home during the Passover people, native and winter tourists. we ek, A Mashgiach, named bythe attended. The discussions, which Rabbi, will he at the dairy during followed every lecture, proved the ln „ entire Passover week. Each gh Intelligence of the audience, bottle or package will hear a label There is no admission charge, and W |, n ; facsimile signature o i veryone interested is welcome. Rabbi Kellner. The Spinoza croup, under the chair. • manshlp of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Plana are being made for City and will remain here for about a week. BEST WISHES for :i JOYOUS PASSOVER j o o i; MIAMI SOAP j | COMPANY EL C0MM0D0R0 HOTEL 33 S. W. SECOND AVENUE Strictly Modern in Every Respect, Yet Reasonable in Price at All Seasons 250 ROOMS _o— 250 BATHS PASSOVER


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i Ii 10, 1937 The Mighty Matzah Q Ancestors Believed Abraham H. Israelitan L WISH. BELIEVE e superstitious, you to add the following I loci Ions, mid It you ore nil think you will I in these i urious be i have come acn II, something thai II me 'ii escape military If one desires !<> avole" ,,. hould take with pie; ( %  > Ol .\'"t • >''. I" r "I' the Arbo Ki lar piece of cloth v || attached i<> Its four n by Orthodox Jews irments during THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN l>age Eleven ii, And If you wish ii to be really efflcn,j by nil means be sure thai Arbo Kanfol even j HI foi the mi ii cnl another ease where ii and the unionv I can be of Bei vice ti ore nnxlous to avert the Evil Eye, then piece ni' Aflki men In corm rs of the Arbfi • ere will be no need ni' the famous Aflko I to Impress upon you t! \ nlue i r thla piece of hi< ii la eaten ol the end i meal Know, dem I If you are planning ;i • (] you are worrle 1 ms t!':it may arls? with you some of on lif you can find II' HIdirect Ii nwhen ome t'n> rougl Know also thai a piei omen, placed betwei %  i:; hi Ins you luck an Id willow \'-:r. %  made into n powdi r pry handy when on" the power %  f o interest you to know • lowing Baying was once n among our people h \r komen is '" H vp \mi when a man passi i i I IIKST WISHES I I for n I | : \!TY PASSOVEH I i i I CRICK S MARKET j N. W. 62nd St | Edgewater 1623 j I %  B -Moats—Vegetables j i I JEST WISHES for B APl'Y PASSOVER SUTTON JEWELRY CO. sector to "Whaler's" The Oldest Jewelry Store in Miami 1 ESTABLISHED 1897 132 E. Flagler St. PHONE 2-5996 away who was advam o<| in yr i people used to say; • n, .,-,. ,,, much Aflkomen ." Other Oddities In Qalli la, they say. the follow 11 Btiper it It Ion exl I or on \ Isted: During the Passore n %  • tlval one should no) leave a tnnl of water uncovered. Even when Hi watei Is being i -<•.! into the tan' ii must be covered. How to do i> Well, pour the water in tin e' a piece of cloth ntreti lied over tin top in the tank. Von ask of whn • alue all this i1 Well, lei u you ii s of imiinii -• %  value: Y i ill thus prevent tl e Angi l Hametz (leaven) from ex eetoroi 'ng into the tank! And in com lusion lei us Infom you thai the Matzah of the Si do' table, and especially the Afikomei is not alone in possessing ontisua' powers. The roasl egg of Ihosi Seder nights also has extraordi vary Influence. Jusi listen to this Ho who gets the egg on the morn iiiK of the second day of Pa will bo remarkably lucky, and wiP obtain whatever he wishes whil< eating Well, here's wishing you ol luck! (Copyright, 1937, by Seven Ail eFaturc Syndicate) Seder In the Old Country id nt oiied from Paw "^ like: Mouth hanging open, eyes iltlll as n golem's, oar: long as a donkey's just like own v iia %  • ill nt. Now comes the finest parl ol oil i' e Dayenu What a dellghi to re• oat with my father all the fai iOod conferred upon us' And aftei 'very I'avin to slioiii Joyfully, with 'II my oiighl. "Ii would have bi i o Hough!" Whal n i elous Ihini I iod iliii for a-' Ho illvidod I ir u %  ml we II u ni on dry land! I i el as if I had ysolf i led Sea ovei t ml dry path, wil Ii rolls oi later rWing mou ilgli oi i: urn a mil %  thing out ul he oriliii-i i %  ] %  .I, i ml his In. • coining aftei •' %  !/. % %  ii anil make igain and siiddonlj I flow gethi i. and all tin i %  :•• %  |>l at \ surgi : ip iii my heart They, too, 'in man be n lei nil. I try ooi II see ili.hot rlble pii lure thai 'in oppooi Ills hi fore y ej Bui the .inviiii MI i returns i i .ul how the Jew B llveil on iinnna for l" yeai s in i e n l lder \\'o owoke in the in rnln mil then wn tInmanna ly up i i •In ground, all ready to eat, and i' would have aliv Insl %  %  %  Bllted N'ur n ;i< p in-, i isnry to moko or '-hi" during tin in nil thai lime mil Inthes remained wh Inp tore or wore out Thai a%  he Ideal life! No nil i i nres, no nei d to one'* 'U in-; as mj f ilhei has to wi rk • now shoe and clothe me, And. aii ii 11 High, (iOll % %  IVI tillIIIIIHl (ions Kin of all. the holy Sabbath The wonderful Sabbath, with all Its joys. •Had Ho given us the Snbbutl and no) bn Ughl us to .Mount Sinai ..." I laiinot oven Imagine how any one COUld possibly exist without the Toi ah. TO live wlthIIII the Torah would be like trying 0 live without air Now my father opens the door for Elijah the Prophet, and 'allin him a hearty greeting. True, I annoi see the Prophet El jail with .i n i yea Hut with every fibei iii mj being I reel thai he is i innn; in11 %  the room, thai his linn. Ilky nhits heard toui lies the table us he drinks the wine IT m II i Koblel Bet aside lor him. I feel t ie iu\ lug kindness ol his eye as they lost HI on me, and a de'lghti il shiver runs through mj body 1 feel as If a gusl oi air from unites! Ul II %  for a HAPPY I'ASSOVER other world has ome Into our little room, the air of B hotter and purer and holier world, a world w,.ere only angels live, souls unweighted by hollies. ;i world of eternal singing llow deeply i believed In everyt inn In my childhood how marvelously, magically beautiful was Seder night ill Miy father's house! I Wo Rxtrntl Host Wishes I ; | for a llnppy Passover j i B.VV.Thacker S I Adding Machines and TypeI | writers Scld. Rented. Rebuilt. | Exchanged. Ask about our j CORAL WAY ORNAMENTAL IRON SHOPPE 3668 Coral Way ron Screen Doors a Speciait) iatet, Grills. Lamps. Stair RailBalconies, Welding Phone 4-9125 C. F. FENNER 'The Iron Man Rental Purchase Contiact. PHONE 2C115 123 N. E. First St. IIKST WISHEH TO MV MANY JEWISH EMENDS till' a HAPPY PA* OVER j James R. Cooper j Seybold Blclg. l!ESi vvi mi rm ii IIM'I". I'AI A IIAI'I'V I'ASSOVER j M. F. SMITH National Detective Agency IN GRAHAM BLDG. 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-s I'.ir. Twelve THE JKW1SI1 FI.ORIDIAN Friday, March 19, 1937 1 Jacksonville Notes One of the fines! affairs of the early Sirlng was t li• annual Spring luncheon anil bridge part) of the Daughters of Israol, held Wednesday afternoon In the Jew lHh Center. Mrs. Louis Wltten and Mrs Sam Wltten rei e red. Following the i m heon the Is seated nl card table and spent several hours enjoying play n K. Spe Inl pi Izes were re ceived by Mrs Ike Wltten, who won nn nttrai i Ive Spring h a heautlful glass Iray was given to Mrs ("hepniek, and Mrs Jaeohsun rec-e v ed n lovely dresser set. Individual prizes were placed ,-ii each table. More than one hundred R esl enjoyed II' s delightful evenl Our Ing the afternoon, tickets for lln Daughters of Israel theatre belie fit, which will take place rrom April 1" in 15. In Hi" Florida tin atre, were distributed. Mrs. I Stein, Mrs. A Weiss, Mrs. S Jucohson nnd Mrs. .losep'i Hnekel ai p in i : arge of the sales The pi Is will be ii ed for the In I'll of (he Jew Ish I 'i liter Hebrew Si II nl K eryi ni ke:l to en opei ate. • Pierre van Paa-en. known Journalisi and an nrdi /, onist, addrest ed an audience in the ,Iackson\ llle Jewish %  -nti r. Silver and Third Streets, l;i-i wee]-. Mr. van Pan isen u peared under i e a isii PS i f the sevi ral Zionist organ m of the Ity. the Jewish Progr 's-ih e S iclely, :i nil ili" Senloi Hadassah and Junior Hadassah chapte lib subject was "A (lentlle Survey the World Jewish Seene" • • Tl •• recently Installed Jai vllle Chapter, So. 272 of I In \ 7. A .inn %  r Order of IJ'nai M i ill present their sei ond minstrel RIIOW and dance n the Jacksonville Jew i.-li Cente S in day, April 11 'I'll. A ill Intin pro ii I ly ;il S:l '• o'l loi Ii 'I affair was firsl scheduled to In rlil Man h 21, bul iipu because of the Jew Ish holidi The show will ii"' ide %  u Ii notable minstrel men as \l (!old i, I,. Rubin I la; an, Seym tu "Pi i Wee" Hoffenberg, Ben Carnol Hotel Astor Washington ;ii KUh St. MIAMI BEACH Tu rooms, each with bath; radio in every room; Bteam heated; spacious lobby, enclosed sun parlor, beautiful pal in, free solarium. Ii. ROSNER Owner and Operator A HAPPY PASSOVER H. N. HENRY KKAI. ESTATE • 1249 Washington Ave. j MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-2452 : c; 'ge Stone, Morris "Mush" Spiv ak nnd Joe "Mochas" Falls, > ad nun; Leo Moakovltz, Jimmy Bas tonias, .lulius "Y lie" Fleti Meyer Lelbovltz, Bobby Cievasse and Dan "i Mpsi n, ballad singe s Besides the many soloists, there will inn lurge male ch rus. siil ney Kass will aci us master o! i eremonles. Tickets may be secured from any ol the following memh -rt harles (ihelerter, Al Ooldstein, Meyei Lelbovltz, .lulius I'le'i In. Jnrk lllaltner, llubln Dayan, I i ng fShelerter, Leon Wltten, Seymoui Hoffi nberg. Joe Fnl s and Willie Id senblatl Shine} Kas is the pousor of i he local i hapter. The World's Window %  Continued from Page SI peo le. The world is whal II is. The eiiwnie p;iiinn i so called i fooled and betrayed us our tilth>ervirv. "Florida's Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST. REGIS RESTALKAM v 4 46 COLLIN/ AVE. "AAIANVI BbACH ITS. our grandlalhers It Is hard in believe thai thai period Is over; ii is hard t envisage the fact thai the day of a more difficult reemanoipatii n and self-emancipation is ai hand. And many of the prices of the world, which only unpractical tools will belittle, seem i o igli ii is only seeming '<> be sei upon trying to gel by with the old humiliating and disi reilleil methods. Imagine, If you can, any i iiier group or i pie thai you know being asked to make what i; ai bottom a metaphysical de Ision and to experience a con version thai cannoi be experienced along any BBWdllSl trail, hut that requires scrupulous and unconventional thinking, in a sense revolutionary i linking and the giving up f accustomed comforts, compromises, opiates. profits nllevialilons, ease nls a decision that must seem athletic and almost bleak. Imagine any other group ni human beings faced by such a situation. Would they do much better than Jews? Would Ihey do as well| Would the rich be more generous or the snobs more capable of the grace of humility or the thoughtless more willing to take austere and strenuous I hough) } No, 1 lilil Dot hopeless of our people, i am, upon the whole, proud of our people and glad of our people and when I've rested from this trip I'll answer again with all patience the same foolish, I silly old questions in the hope thai a day will come when they will be asked no more. r E. G O R D O N Jewish Rituals Vice-President CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 514 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8121 Residence Phone 2-1398 li\(l.l SINK KIIIIMS FOB JEWISH (ASKS I BE.* I WISHES I TO ALL JEWRY I for a HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI BEACH Rater's Hotel 1 La Flora Hotel COLLINS AVE. AT THIRTEENTH Siilcr Services Conducted by REV. HARRY GOLD Special Passover Delicacies Served RESERVATIONS LIMITED Make Your Reservations Early Special Low Rates for Passover Week For Reservations Rhone 5-3671 DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED A. B. 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Friday. Marc* 19, 10:17 THE JEWISH FL0RID1 AN Pago Tin' l< 11 FREE AND UNBOWED By EMIL LUDWIG The famous German Jewish hiographer here calls upon all who love freedom to descend from their iwry towers and to fight off the forces that endanger the pdce and liberty of all.—The Editor. Though il WU my good fortune to emigrate rn m Germany thirty years BgO, and although I enjoy Swiss cltlsonahip. I have always been a Oerman writer. And one May evening in 1933 I had tnip honor of sharing the fate of the host of my colleagues In a certain bonfire. I occupied a fine position between Heine and Spine.;! and I tell mine flattered at being burned thus between two geniuses of my race than at any praise the 'racial theory" profrs pors might have bestowed upon me. Jews and Communists by no means represent the majority of those Who have been assassinated and Imprisoned by tho party that se zed power In Germany. Democratle "Ayrans" have met the %  ante fate. The em'nent Os sietzl.-v. who was awarded th< N'nbel Prise, long languished Inthr i r so n of the so-called Thin' Reich. For that matter, most o' n theirs whose works fed tho' bonfire bad never written on poll lira. Dictators always pretend their opnonents are enemies o F elelv. When a writer does no" bow to their opinions be s caller* a Communist. "P %  eifist documents were 'nun'' In the defendant's possession" I' :i fro 'ue'it phrase in German DO lice leiorls today catholic 'i" thors have been banned, too. fn ront'n'iing lo believe sincerely h the Old Testament I would not presume to lls' Oerman authors according to lit ciarv rank. Hut it is ciilions non the less that nearly all tho-e Geman authors who are ap re iat" the world over have been in) i is ned or forced to emigrate while none of tlie authors reenr M. L MAKrrsro. office Supplies and Furniture Desks. Chairs. Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N. E. First St. Ph. 2-1KK1 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER Dade Commonwealth Title Co. Representing l AWVfS TITLC INSMRANr.F CO. of Richmo-d. Va. ABSTRACTS FSCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Tl o O'desl and M si Com plete Plan) In Dade Cot my J. (* Copplnger, Pre 'Ideal M. L T.it mi. Vh e-Pres. A. A. Simmons. Se -Trcas. IN OUR OWN BUILDING 37 N. E FIRST ST. Pho.-.e 2-7666 nl/.od by the Third Reich known beyond its borders. Tho two famous authors whom the Nazis Claim as their own, Stefan Georg and Oswald Spongier, are not Sympathetic toward that government, ami do not requite Its professed love. Those German writers whom the Nazis disown are read In every part of the civilized world; the writers of the Third Reich are read only in Germany. Rut perhaps great Nazi authors do exist i Let us see. The man who has the highest seat of honor in the new literary hierarchy, one Bllinck, president of the Reich Chamber of Culture, lias Just published a hook according to which America was discovered not by are known autho I when all the W( rid knows that it is by Helnrich Heine The German language, to me tie most beautiful in the world, has been robbed of its glories. Even official decrees are edited In tin style of small provincian news paers mi offense to the latter In tended. The number of Countries BUb jected to censorship grows greatei from year toyear. and war is coming closer and closer. Soon, per haps, only some obscure oceanic isle will provide a last refuge f > those who are free in Bpirll H< who remains silent in the face of these problems is like an astrono mer who. being told that an o I demic was spreading, declared Audi e, and three brol icrs ill Ni '. York. • Miss Marian Levey i iitertalnod friends at hei home Sunday nigh'. .Mi s cimla Lee v, on high pi ize for Columbus, as so many people be"That doesn't matter to me. I am lieve, but by a certain Dietrich Interested in the heavens only.' Pennlg, a Dane of Teutonic race. Unfortunately be, too, caught th Imagine having to change all the disease, and bhen had to take ai beautiful Columbus statues of the interest in the affairs of thlsearf 1 \moricas into monuments to Heir We are with Goethe, who sad Pennlg! "Only he deserves liberty and lit' The problem Of Jesus Is still who daily fights to keep them, more annoying. His Jewiahness Is something Chat demands drastic measures. Rut for a German p-o fessor it was easy to prove that | Jesus really was an Aryan, born: near Frankfurt. These are indications of the depths to which the successors of Kant have fallen The great CorI nan tradition has degenerated. i Nearly all of Goethe's boo! s are prohibited in the schools a"d I" me of the new song antholpg'P'be poem. "Ml weiss nicht W8 soli se bedeuten" so popular •bat it could not be expurgated — is said to he the work of an "tin Mr. and Mr.-. Henry W If of -l.ill in games. Consolation awards Brooklyn, Now York, arc here for went to Miss Ruth Epstein, Ned an Indefinite stay at ISouth Gordon, Harold SUverman and Dr. Grandvlew avenue, and are vl ii ing their friends, Mr ami M George Liebman. • Mr and Mrs. I.. M. Hnrf • and two children of Philadelphia arc visiting their parents, Mr ai-d Mrs. I Grass, l.'lfl Noi th Atlnntl". i.nd I i ill 'ir niece, M Sa M %  B I In. j ; II hi sih erman i I Prnvidi u i s vacationing in Dnytonn Bi i h William Levey. 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1'. i %  • F uttcen IMF. JEWISH FI.OR1D1AN Friday, March \:\ 1937 \ WjeWIISltl nOITBCl!la fl [ WHERE JEWS NEED HELP: GERMANY FLORIDA'S ONLY U BH WHSgLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY l.v MM JEWISH ri.OKMHAN PUBLISHING CO. IV (). Box -1 % %  % %  ; New • Towi RW Miami. Klnr li. EDITORIAL OF.'ICESi 621 S. W. lilt.. .,i! %  Avenue phuni MMM 1'h.ine 2-1U-3 .1 I.OI'IS SHOCHET, Btlitair I Kin K SHOCHET. Circulation MIIIIIIKI i IIKRN VRD MORGENSTERN l-i.l.l Ri'iirvwnUtlvc .-,. ... I .In mm I 'i l"ly I. BMW l thi iv1 Offin n( Miami. Kl iinili i ii,. \, i %  i Man ii :i. 'Hi Mil • lit) M I.I BIN l; nl ()RL\NDO Mil B I (' IN I;. |iri i illative U I S I I'M M BE M'll MRS M SI HREBNU'K Itvpri .,,1 itivc TAMPA MRS M. II KISLEII U. pre ,lil.it IV.Dm Yi SUBSCKII"! ION FRIADY. MARCH 26. 1937 Vol. 10—No. 13 The Feast of Liberation Tonight we will gather around the festive board Jews throughout the entire world verily kings and queens according to tradition the traditionally minded will eat the bitter herbs and thus assuage his conscience for the many shortcomings of the past year all. irrespective of religious belief; will enjoy at lea-t the minimum of Arba Koses and gorge themselves upon the bounteous repast that will be spread before them ;;nd thus trny will celebrate the "liberation.' There pusses before us in speedy kaleidescopic fashion the history of the Jew from Egypt through the desert ... to hi:; own land ... a tr: d t ; on to upheld that which was given them at the memorable scene on Mt. Sinai auto-da-fes expulsions .pojrroms everything that would have destroyed nnd in fact did destroy the mighty nations of the earth and yet the little Jew he has not forgotten Egypt Passover ... the feast of liberation but hasn't he? We bow rmr heads in shame ... he has! forgotten in the hurly burly life of todav everything that was even remotely connected with the real spirit of Passover and today Liberation is but a figure of speech Is not the Jew yet a slave to appearances? Does he n< f"-r the honest observance of his religious duties simplv beca"' of what someone else might say? Does he have courntre to speak out when the time arrives or does he not cringe? Think 0"f the manv Jewish bovs and (rirls who todav have io'ned the leaders in Hi-Y movements in Junior and Senior High schools; not for them to think in tens of Judaism are they liberated ? Have they the right to celebrate Passover? How about the ever increasing number who are wandering from their own and becoming parties to intermarriage? Shall it be said of thenthat they may enjoy the Passover? And how about those countless more who severed their ties with anything and everything Jewish? they belong to no synafpffues they ioin no fraternal Jewish organizations Jewish charities, Yeshivos mean nothing to them can it be said cf these that they may enjoy the feast of Liberation? As we sit dwn to the Sader before we begin to cnioy the physical beauties, does it not behoove us to think of the real meanders. tVe real significance of Passover? and perhaps, pirhaps tlrs will bring us to the realization that we are even now si avesto everything that is un-Jewish that we are not now slaves to everything that is un Jewish that we are not Todav we are still slaves ... let the traditional wish Leshono Haboah "BNAI CHORIN" come true. Seder In the Old Country Childhood Memories By REUBEN BRAININ A real old fashioned Seder, such :is many of n ieme ber tn in our own childhood, hul which few of ..inchildren have had the opportunity I" en'ny ihe i 1 lug brlRhtness. Fresh white liner, sparkling holiday dishes, and nil the family dressed In brand new lothes delivered by the tailor a bare half-hour before sunset in our hearts, too, pulses something new .-mil fresh and bright, bright us the Beven candles burning In the glistening brass candelabrum thai stands on the tn wy tjiil-linili My father is ;i king, my mother n queen. \nd 1 see mysell :e ,-i little prince, ;i real king's sun With every nerve In my body I fee! a new freedom, 1 Mill I n bird: No teacher, no cheder, no everyday burdens. My father and I sit in regal luxury, leaning against soft, warm white pillows', Red wine nils the gaily ornamented goblets, large and small. My rather chants the kiddush, a proud full-throated son: ". Who hasl sanctified us with Thy commandments and has) found pleasure in us Ami my young heart is filled with joy, with grateful delighl thai I was born II Jew, How gloriously beautiful are the platters bearing the covered matzoth! What mystery I can reel In the ceremony! The egg nnd the bone, the hitter herbs and the hareseth are transformed Into mystic symbols before my eyes. No longer ordinary egg and Iwne and herbs. hut ii,,. essence of some nnfathomed sei lit. Now :i!1 is is suddenly silent Gravely my fatl i r i egards me. My mother's etaze, li>. fixes Itself on me. and by the Joyful brightness f her eves I can tell thai it Is ol |y o Itli H greal effort thai she II from coming ovei in me and giving me R kiss. Even though she does restrain herself I run feel that klSS, And in my small voice, trembling with excite mi ni. I ask the four questions: "Wherefore Is this night distinguished from all other nights Gravely my father answers: "Because We were skives unto l'har in h ." He answers my questions an gravely ;is if they were entirely new to him, as if such questions had never even occurred lo liiin before, and as if the answer, too, were something new. an answer thai had Just come to his mind. How happy I am thai God with 11 mighty arm rescued us from Egypt! Had it not been fur Him I. too, would now be a slave ill Egypt. I would be mixing nuirlar and struggling to make bricks without straw, and as I labored the whip • if the taskamster would lash my little back. Then comes the delightful tale of Rabbi Elasar hen Azarlah, He was only is years old when lie became recognized as a greal Bage And because some one might have laughed, saving: "A fine sage thai is .just a beardless youth," Cud lei a miracle come to pass, and over night gave htm a long white beard so thai he looked like a man of TO. That is why it is written: "Verily 1 am like a man of Tn yenn of age." "I look as if I were 70,' is what Rabbi Elasar meant, "but actually l am only is years old." How i wish and hope tor Buch a miracle, for a long while beard to grow on my own face overnight! Howi would prize such a long white beard! My father reaches thai porlli n of the Haggadah that tells of the tour different types of children. IV en we come to the wicked son— "What --a.vs the wicked sun 7"— ray childish wrath flares up, my whole being is tilled with fury, I want to have thai wicked son before me, i" beal him with my fists (ill he is black and blue, to leach him a lessi n he will never forget Pool, wicked fool! What s dreadful thing lo say! "What mean you by this service <" you ask. Bui what do you mean by using the word "you?" I.itle though you deserve it. are not you a Jew also 1 I become sn avenging angel—I would i< 11 him, tear him to pieces. Hut my anger soon gives way to laughter: We have reached "him who hath no capacity to Inquire." Such Ignorani e such simple-mindedness! He must he a halfwit—he knows untiling at all, not even the story of the Passover. 1 rail see ]USl what lie would look



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V, diiy. March 19, 1937 TIIK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN Page Pirti % % %  > Important Message Many ol our readers have writo 8 to help theni Milcold Puzzles .01 co 1 ... grant thla request 1 Is n would like every one ; prixe, but we hav tuou* readers and all arc anxious 1, is nj• in each 'in,to ,, own puzlea with the (I elr Mends. igh ibis contest oui newsp e g in gain tor oui c.uid many new friend -. We r the] H i be pleasantly surI • 1 iis delight!nlly different 1, h ITI its Prize c rop and always Ca< tory-fresi), mity is knock'ng at your B %  e one ol t.'i >ae w ho tins l • %  I iliis routes 1 Ihei Is my of time. All you have : is to go to your nearest •-. dealer an I ask i | C „I official Old Gold Puzzle i together wiiIi lull ru'es gulal ions abonl the c ntest. the Instructions carefully II will i entered in the at once. If your dealer canin. 1 -iipidy you with these puzzles, si mi your request to tinnews1 1 r and ii will be given Immedlttention. Success to yi u. Daytona Beach Notes BKST WISHES for ;i HAPPY I*ASS()\ EH j Puritan Dairy, • Passover services will be usher '. in at Temple Israel Friday %  u ing at 7 o'clock, Saturday morn Ing services begin at a. in. when Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld will pi each on A Nation With A Hunan Message." Saurday night services begin at 7 ; %  111. Sunday mi i'Clnx services begin at :i o'clock when the Rabbi will proach on "Freedom I and Justice." The last two days of I Pasover beglnlng nexi Tiiursday j evening Rabbi Klelnfeld will preach j on "Passover Sentiments" and %  Saturday morning Rabbi Kii infe'd • will preach immediately preceding J the Memorial services on 'Ruili lion." Inc. 163 N. E. 31t'.i S.. prone 3-5:33 r ---——————————————.-.———.—.—-.—._._.-._, MURRAY AND ALAN Prominent entertainers will will appear Sunday night at the concert sponsored by Cantor Schlachman at the central Elementary School. j PASSOVER GREETINGS I i j JACK A. ROSENBERG j PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL CAMPERS AND FRIENDa i CamD Wohelo for Girls EIGHTH SEASON pf the HouBe of Art Jewelry £21 Lincoln Road I The Makers of j i THAT GOOD j Moon Kist Ice Cream and i ilstributors 11 ROYAL PALM MILK I EXTEND BEST WISHES I for a HAPPY PASSOVER I j Royal Palm Creamery j { (Incorporated) j PASSOVER GREETINGS L T. WATSON cf INDUSTRIAL LIFE 6. HEALTH INS. CO. Postal Blc.'g. Miami i.———.—-—.-—.—._..-———_-..... I 'I i ASSOVEH GREETINGS MR AND MRS. R. W. (BOB) RALSTON MIAMI BEACH I 3BT Bertha Berkowich Levy Ov ier and Director Fcr Inform't on PHONE 3-4922 JEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BEST WISHES FOR .\ HAPPY PASSOVER __ | MIAMI FISHERMEN'S EXCHANGE RIVERSIDE LAUNDRY & LINEN SUPPLY, Inc. 434 W. Flagler St. 28173 S W. 2nd Ave. and Curb Market THE FINEST IN SEA FOODS I PHONE 2-1378 I j WE EXTEND REST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FR1ENI S | AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER %  I PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE \\M. %  PRANTZ SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. %mJ £C1-£21 N Miami Ave. Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Lin. of Paints -The Complete Paint Store SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc. 900 Lincoln Read Miami Bea.h We Extend the Hand of | Good Fellowship | to All on j PASSOVER I I | -oIHUNTER LYONS Incorporated GENERAL AGENT Security Building Phone 2-8437 MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS Schick Shaver Service Shop Buy from a Specialist I A. ANDRESS v W ith St Phone 3 33 AT THE SEMINOLE PR.NT.NG COMPANY Lj S/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/ZZ/2/f? BEST WISHES tin;i VERY HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS <>N PASSOVER FAIRFAX HOTEL G. B. SMITH. Mgr. **x ^TH^WSS* Overlooking the Baj „ !" nrlomi thilt Satisfy. Overlooking t S| ] I MIAMI BEACH PHARMACY, Inc. [} ••Service itli a Smile" "Prescription Delivery'' OPEN NIGHT AND DAY With a Fine Line of Liquors and Wines ALEX A. De BROCQ W. B. STOKES Proprietors Washinr-tn Ave. at Fifth St. .MIAMI BEACH OPEN ALL YEAR 251 E. Flagler St. Miami. Fla. l^J Phone 5-3922



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I* ,. % %  s xteen THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN Friday, March 19, ujJ Among i! 01 e returning to Miami t„ peml Hie Passover holidays • Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld ii>> a i her parents Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld and Miss Jeanette Spector who "ill be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .1 Spector. With the c-li.sing of resist nit ion h kit In Miami ai the City Hall, those entitled to register for the uni .im city elei tlona may regUt< ai their home precincts beginning nexi Tuesday, March 30th. Satur,!,,,. April lth m be the last day i.n the payment of poll taxes, tact iinu the Seaboard Air Line passei ger I affic lias shown a 30 i c nt Ini r< use up to March -i ovei last year, the Twin Orange Bloss in Spe lals will !>< %  run until the 22nd of April tor southhound • nvel from New York in I i,, the 21th for I le northbound trip C E. Bell, passenger tratfli mannger ol the Si aboard, Bald to ; u This the first time In manv i that these t wo < rack Sea< !, arcl trains have been run so late n the season The indication of a lengthet ing season is lown by 11>*heavy hotel reservations tor April and May. which are surpassing 111.• record of last year made prominent by the m ir st %  all rrom many states, I i nether with the substantial rail patronage being accorded trans, portatlon lines. Events are to top events in Miami's social and sports calendars chalked with many International attractions. Racing f ans have shifted their attention from Hlaleah Park to Tropical Park for the opening 'if n.e spring meats. Unique in the months' offering will be the $7,600 prise Miami Deep Fishing Tournament, the opening of the ami hltheatre for open air opera, and the Miami Reach Birthday holiday set for March 26th. On the West Coast. St, Pete burg attracts attention by Us Festival of States, scheduled for March 29th to April 3rd. In the wek Of revelry, fantasia i 0t Idles and floats aie to vie tor prizes In a lively pageantry of mask processions and masquerade balls. The novelties of the parade will range in,m Noah's Ark en Wheels unaided by life slse rubber Inflated elephants, 80-foot drag ns with the grotesque and beautiful lecor ated by floral clubs as a striking finale of the event. The st Petersburg Havana Races are scheduled roi March 28th. PAASEN HERE MONDAY I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER I (Continued from Page l ,,„„.. ror a study of Jewish c ndl-f Uou ii, "as with the Ethiopian ,-,„., ,. s m the resistance against f Italy and has just arrived from I span wher ml ai the outMiami 1111 bhOj) break of the civil war | TOWN R PflOK ndg e Julian Mack of the United] !" States Circuit Court of Appeals and outstanding Zlonlsl leader will (pile the evening. / ed I standing Zlonlsl leadei will bej 0 ( the guesl speakers during j 346 S. Miami Ave. n i s Our Pleasure to Kxtend to All Our Jewish Frit-mli HAPPY PASSOVER i Best for a HAPPY PASSOVER James Hotel 302 S Miami Ave. MIAMI i! Pan American Chemical Co. 334 W. Flagler St. Dlsl Ibutors for 0 K AUTO POLISH | Colgate Pnlmolive Poet Co. i Wyaidotte Detergent I Hotel Sanitary anil Janitor and Patrons Our Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER ii BELCHER OIL CO. s ipplles CALL 3-3955 i i | Phone 2-7425 I I I 1217 Biscayne Boulevard Night Calls 2 "423 I I I I. _! „ m ^ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  n % %  IT'S SWELL TO FEEL SWELL! For Wholesome Smoking, Demand FRESH Cigarettes! W Let! "crotchety"... They dubbed mc "bad news" in the store: I was always 10 iitterv. The thanuc from a strong cigarette i" bland and fr< .'> OUl Golds helped Jne tot Ida Mac Cone (salesgirl), Kansas t ity, Mo. I'm hot for O cool smoke I stoke a blast furnace seven hours a .lav and 1 like W COOl off with a cool smoke. The freshness of Old Colds makes em cool. That weather-proof package is the berries.^ ^ ^ ^.^^ pit(sburgh> Pa YOU CAN'T BUY A STALE OLD GOLD HEN they're stale, the finest tobaccos in the world neither taste good .. nor are good for you. That's why there's an EXTRA jacket of Cellophane on every package of Old Golds. Two jackets of finest mi ai re proof Cellophane, instead ol one, Old Golds from dampness, dryness dust, and every other foe *>f cigarette enjoyment. After a long smoking day, these truly fresh Double-Mellow Old Golds leave your tongue free from bite, your throat free from scratch, and yourself refreshed. You'll never go stale on fresh Old Golds! P. LORILLARD COMPANY, Inc. (Established 1760) IT'S THE EXTRA JACKET! Every pack of Double-Mellow OLD GOLDS is wrapped in TWO jackets— double Cellophane. That extra jacket keeps OLD GOLD in prime condition in any climate. You can't buy a stale OLD GOLD. jm Eases high tension ... A newspaper womanofttO snuikis a jot in case the nervous tension out ii doesn't always work, if the tobacco isn't iresn. That's where your double Cellophane | lulps; ii keeps O. Gs. fresh as today's headlines, gentle to the net ves. Mi u.i BetteIs(societyreporter),Bridgeport,< on* < opyrlgtt. INT, IV V. UHUMaCB.. 1" %  • Yoo Still Have Time to Win That $100,000.00 First Prize! • Enter OLD GOLD'S $200,000.00 Contest Now. Postcard brings Entry Blank and all Puzzles to date. Address: Old Gold Contest, P. O. Box


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Miami, Fla
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March 26, 1937

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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wJewisli Flaridliiai m
Combining TlhiB JeWlStl tlilttf
Vol. H' No. 13
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26. !!:!.
Pane Five
An Ounce of
Prevention
Never was this simile more ap-
plicable to the Jewish people of
this area than it is today. Jewry
in Greater Miami need fear no ami
Semitic agitation so long as they
assert their rights as American
citizens. Our non-Jewish friends.
with but rare exceptions, will al-
ways acord us that consideration
to which we are entitled as Ameri-
can citizens so long and on'y
so long as IMS exercise not only
the privileges appertaining tj this
right, but the duties devolvinq upon
us as well.
There is a tremendous Jewish
citizenry in the city of Miami. I v
ing here earning their iive
lihood here contributing of
themselves and their funds to
everything worth while in the civic
work of this community yet.
to our disgrace in the exercise of
that right which should be prized
above all the right of suffrage
. the right to a voice through
the ballot in the affairs of their
own city .
We can imagine the cry that
would be heard throughout Miami
and even resound throughout the
rest of the United States were
someone to suggest that Jewish
citizens be denied the right to vote
. the wail "Anti-Semitism" .
"Hitlerites" and other such epi
thets would he hurled at thos c*r
ing to suggest such a step "You
can't do this .. the Constitution
of the United States and of Flor-
ida guarantee this to me" Would
be on the lips of everyone who-n
such legislation would affect.
And yet we qo through our yea.-s
of citizenry and ourselves do thor?
things which we would consider an
affront on the part of others .
we deprive ourselves of our citi-
zenship by our lack of attention to
our rather obvious duty.
The Jewish Floriclian new- was
an alarmist ... yet it does belive
and sincerely so that "an ounce
cf prevention is worth a pound of
cure." So lonq as we Jewish citi-
z~ns exercise our duties rio to
fie vanous voting nrecincts. regis-
ter snd pav our poll tax. we Shall
have availed ourselves of the
"ounae of preention." we shall have
e>ircised somelhing which is
bound to be a protection at hi'
times.
The Jewish Floridian is not now
interested in what candidates you
pijv suonort: that is a matter the
individual citizen must decide for
himself. Yt we are vitallv inter
eteH in seeinq that each and -very
Jewish citizen, mar and weman.
'"titled to register In M'iml and
Miami Beach do so at once .
and we are Interested In urglna
everyone to Immediately pay his
poll t.-iv .
Let the slnnan be heard through-
out this entire area ."Every
Jewish citizen must register and
pay his poll tax."
Noted Journalist
To Speak Monday
Pierre ran Plassen la of I
try. nnd was edti te I
' '" i m of Antwerp and
'' Ihe Krasmlan Gymnasium In
Rotterdam. The war Intei
:'i- tl IV unded twice id
decorated by Kins Albert of
Belgians personallv foi exi
nolm i ui >avy
f n ;n i p attack on Vpi
Hent." he broke away r om his i n-
i ei rnl hen Ina n nd i aim to ( .
da a'ter the war where he ni I
the f p|d ni" Inurntllam HI; rl
mi newspapei work was rapid
Feature writer for the Del >'
News and the Atlanta '' nstltu
linn, sin -- relv, he waa called to
New York by the nnbllshera dI I e
late New York World, who, after
Passover Greetings
Passover To Ee
Specially Observed
p, ... will be ushered In al
l'.,-tli David Synagogue Friday eve-
ning, Marc -'Hi. al sundown. Sal
i.i day morn ng, Mai eh 27th, iserv
leos b< gin al m. Rabbi Max
Shap i in speak In Ylddlah ""
p i io\er ... is it a Joyous nc-
, dbIoii ;" sni day morning, bei au p
,,r the Easter holiday approat hlng
for non-Jews. Rabbi Shapiro will
sneak on "Jew* and Chr stlann
do they want to understand eaeh
, i I- Cantor Louis Hayman as
stated by Beth David choir will
i haul all Bei vices.
*
Service* at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Mtaml Beacu will be
chanted on Friday evening, S'ltur
day and Sunday mornings, ill "I'-
servanre .>i frassover bv Cantor
Maurice Vamches. Sunday morn
Ing. March -'sth. Hie second day of
Paaaover, Mr. r. Roth, active civic
worker of Miami Beach, and a
member of Ita Board of Director!
will deliver an addres on "Israel'
Contemporary obligation." Mr
Roth is an Interesting and wel
versed speaker.

Services at the Mliml Jewlsl
Orthodox congregation for Pass
Announcement
Tne Jewish Floridian is hap-
py to announce to its many
subscribers and friends the
opening of editorial, business
offices and plant at 21 South-
west Second avenue in the
hea:'t of Miami's business dis
tnct. You may phone 2-11-. I
or 2-1183 and M will be
pleased to serve you.
If you are In the neighbor-
hood we shall be pleased to
have you call in to see us.
Offices will be open every day
excepting Saturday and Sun-
day and Jewish holidays.
over will i>e usherel In hi 0 o'clock
down. Saturday and Sunday mori.
ing services will bacio at 9 a. m.
with Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
pleaching both days on the Blgnl
flcance of the holiday. Saturday
afternoon Mincha services will be-
gin at 5 o'clock and Sunday after-
r.on Mincha services will beein at
fi p. m. An Important announce-
ment of interest to the general
Jewish public will i>" made during
ih holiday service
Annual Concert
Sponsored Here
om- of the outstand ng c<
of the season will be thai sp n-
sored and dlrei led by < 'antor !'."i h
i, executive d n i tor of
i he Young Mens I lebrew A iocIh
i Ion, s uiday e en ing, March 281 h,
it the < 'enI ra Elementary s. hool,
Mill at. al Washington ave., Miami
I! ach. The i on' erl will teal
both liturgical music as well as
Yiddish and Russian folk songs
and popular music of the day En
tertainers from many of the local
ows will attend and entertain
the public. This is the tenth an-
nual concert sponsored and dl
reeled by Cantor Schlachman.
The concert will begin at 8:15
o'clock p. in. Murray ft Alan, the
well-known ambasaadors of tun,
and .lack Irving, popula master of
ceremonies, will appear, among
the other artists.
Cantor Sclilaclinian served for a
long number of years as Cantor of
Beth David Congregation, Beth Jn-
, cob Congregation. Miami Beach,
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation and several Important
congregations In the North. He has
taken an active part in the com-
munal life of Greater Miami and
served as an officer and director
In many of the local as well as
national organizations.
a short erlod In the Metropo !i
urea, seni him to Eu ope as t< atui a
rltei and colu nisi for the -
nlng w lid Among his journal!
tic scoop? was the announci
oi" the termination of the Roman
question -iv months before tlie
reconciliation between the Italian
State ami the Vatican became an
accomplished fact. He was the pi i
sonal truest of Slgnor Mussolini for
three weeks, snd toured the coun-
try of Fascism In the company
of the Dnce's brother, Arnaldo.
Pierre van Paassen Is a II
known figure in the ghettos of Eu-
rope and is one ef the few non-
Jews who is an honorary c;tizen of
Tel-aviv. the nil Jewish city of
Palestine. In February and March,
10113. he visited Germany nnd was
arrested by the Nazis on the ills
plclon of having aided several Jews
to escane from the "Hitler't"
house of bopdii'-o" and for spread
Ing so-called "Cruel" propacrandi
in France and the T'nited State-.
In addition to crossing and
crossing Germany since the Hit
ler regime came Into power, he has
visited the Soviet t'nlon several
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THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
Friday, March 19, 103'
I
I r. Nissan Touroff, noted p ;>
rhologlst and educator, was guest
speaker Bl the Boclal meeting ol
(hi local Bnal Britb Lodge last
1 ijr \ enlng ai Beth David
Tal (I Torah Hall. II" urged the
edin ation of ihe Jewls i hlld along
di : nlte Hebrew i ellel us 1 n
i i onlj means foi nurvl il of the
.1, a Ish peonle An open fomm
red. the Bnil Bril h chintoi e con
i|n "i ("iii" Louis IImiii.-im
Boris Schlai hman and Messr
Milton Friedman and s Rand r.g
. n ::her I selei tj.>-is. Rahbl V ix
.....lei vend the Invocation
i : i ,> Formal pan of thf
program refreshments were served
by i ei mmlttee of ladles.

I i. -I-,. \":in Pnasspi. nnted |onr-
Isi and Internal i nnllv famous
for his defense rf mlnorltv rights
hi "he gnesl of the Ipi 7, rm
i-i dlntrlci hi n meeting it he
Atlantis Hotel, Miami I'.h. nexl
Mondnv "Ight. Mnr"h 2 hi will illscuss world Jewish nron
|< in- Thi e w'll l>e no ndm
-. nf anv kind and the p ihllc
i- urged to attend.
* *
The executive i> ard of Temple
Israel Sisterhood will meet Mon-
day, April 6. with Mrs, Jacob II.
Kaplan at i SO p. m. In Kaplan
Hall. At 2:30 p. m. the regular
meeting of the Sisterhood iii take
place. Members are urged to be'
SOCIETY
f
Mr. Qlazler is a graduate
Bucknell university and Is at o
elated in business with bis faihei
JH| in Bethlehem.

] ni as ihe Blate of ol i ei rs
for the ensu ng jear ill be pre
s, nted by Mrs Max Dobi in, chair
man ol the nominating committee.
On Tuesday, April 6, Mrs. \. n
Cohen and Mrs. Kaplan > ill he
hostesses al a desserl bridge for
the benefll i f the sisterhood in
The Dallas Park Hotel starting at
2 |i in.
The public is Invited. There will
be i rizes for high score.

A grand concert, sponsored by
A. Bramson, will be held al Bi h
David Talmud Torah Wedncsil y,
March list. 1937, al fc:30 p. in.
with Chestei Alexander as Muster
i : i 'eremonies and an all star ast.
Vmong those taking put will be
Cantor Louis Hayman, Rev, Manr-
li e Maiui hi s and Cantor Boris
S< hlnchman. Morris Goldman, vio-
lin Bololst; Jose Gasca, cello so
loist; Mrs, Clara Teltlebmim and
Alfred Adler, pianists; Charl He
Daniels, tap dancer and singer;
Mike Qerhardt, acrobatic dancer:
Vlneenl and clement Mitchell,
rhythm tap team; Peggy Peters,
comedy dam ei
BEST WISHES
(Or h
HAPPY PASSOVER
The Little Inn j j
101 S. E. First Ave. j
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CHICKEN DINNERS |
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STEAKSCHOPS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
HAMLYN
MATTRESS AND
UPHOLSTERING CO.
Studio Couchei
Mattresses Renovated
UPHOLSTERING
1235 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-4856
I
Passover Greetings
MR. ar.d MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN
and FAMILY
RETURNS MONDAY
NIGHT
Honeymooning m the Hotel
Evans, Miami Beach, are Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Mannen of Harleton,
Pa Mr. Mannen is the ow nei i f
several stores in Hazleton and his
u fe is a former Brooklyn girl
The young cou >le li fl ton ghl for
Havana, i "uba, where they will
spend ;i fi days.
Another newly-wed couple. Mr.
and Mrs k B. Tarrson, of Chi-
cago, III., nri' also spending I H'ii
li neymoon .ii the Hotel Evans.
*
Edward Fink, bi n of Mr. and
Mrs, A. E Fink, ol c i ago, Illi-
nois, a guesl of the Hotel Evans.
gave an exhibition p'ng pong
demonstration at the hotel yester
day. Edward lias won si 11 ral
tournament matches In Chicago.
He is ai i resent spending the win-
ter ere with hi- parents and sis-
ter and i< a si idem al the Miami
Beach Hit-ii Schi ol.
*
Ai a recent meeting of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Juniors
final plan-; were mpleted for the
Annual Charity Ball to he held'
Sunday evening, April 4th. at the
Town Cicino. This dance is the
outstanding charity event given by
this organization. It is held an-
nually anil the proceeds are used
ole'y for local eharltv work done
in- Junior Council. Aside from Its
individual efforts, the Miami sec-
tion of this National nreanlr.etlon
works in conjunction with the Jew-
ish Welfare of this city.
Mr. tieorge Chertkof, the general
chairman, states that the response
so far has been very generous.
T kets may i>e purchased from Mr.
cr Mrs. Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs. Kd
Cleln, or any member of ,'nr!or
Council. A buffet will be served
at the dance by the manau, in
Of the Town Casino.
A meeting and discussion group
will be held Tuesday evei inu.
Manh 3th, ai the Beth David Tal-
HAPPY PASSOVER
SAYERS
APARTMENT HOTEL
A Home Away I om Hi me
Modern Rates
Newly Dei orated
Cor. 28th St.
2728 N. E. 2rd Ave.
mud Torah.
The Books in Brief club is spin
soring a benefit on .Monday i ve
nlng, March 30, inig nnlng al s'30
o'clock ai Beth David Talmud To
rah Hall for the benefll of the
YOuth Aliyah mov.....enl The c in
m It tee in charge of arrangements
is headed by Mesdames I. R. Hies-
man and Charles Feldman as co
chairmen, and Ihey arc b!na as
BlSted by Mrs. Mjike Kolkin in
rharge of decroations, Mrs. Victor
Mel] and Mrs. Harry Oltphant in
Charge Of tickets. The public is
cordially invited to attend
The public speaking class of the
Senior Council of Jewish Women
meetings scheduled for Fridays.
March L'>; and April -. have been
postponed because nf the Pass
over holidays and will be resumed
April !>.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Wllensfcy,
formerly of Charleston. S. C., now
of Miami Etaai h, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Sylvia,
at Bethlehem, Pa.
The wedding will take place riur
ing the early summer and the
couple will reside in Bethlehem.
Miss Wilenskly attended Miami
Senior High school and Is a gradu-
ate of the Memminger school in
Charleston,
PI ii Bett i lelta sorority hd
guesl Bpeaker, Miss c ithet Im
Mil'mi-, at the meeting Friday at
the home of Miss Katherlne Queen
others present were Mis-; Dorcth
Hossuly. Miss Lilian Rubin, Mi-
Hclla Shall'. Miss QlOTll Kir-i,
Miss Joyce ()ie-i. Miss Clorlfl
Wheeler, Mi-s Katherlne Russell,
Miss Arline Kalisb and Miss Betty
Cex. The next meeting will he
Friday nt the home of Mils I:
suly. 92] S. YV. Il'lh ave.
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July I. 1930, ai the Post Ofri p
Miami. Florida, under the Act of
March .!, 1879.
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March 28 29
Joe E. Brown
June Travis
EARTHWORM TRACTOR
SINCERE WISHES TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
THE SHEXMIN-VviLLiAMS Co
56 W. Flagler St.
Miami
509 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
FOR AN ENJOYABLE AND
REAL KOSHER PASSOVER
.Make Your Reservations
Now!
PASSOVER SEDARIM
March 2(>(h and 27th
And the Entire Week of
Passover, at
KRAEMER'S
Strictly Kosher
Restaurant
361 COLLINS AYE.
Miami Reach
Cantor Berele Kelemer Will
Conduct the Sedarim
Rev. Jos. Shapiro, Mash|;iarh
PREPARE for
the PASSOVER
Observi this occasion with fitting acces ories. For
your convenience, Burdine's has prepared a typical
Passover table in the Hook shop when- the fol-
lowing articles may be purchased:
Tali-iiin..............75c to 4.75
Yarinelkas of of black sateen,
each .....................15=
Other Yjirinilkas. 25c and 35c
Main 6tore. Fourth Floor
Burdine's


Friday, March 10, m;7
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1837
Page Three
TTliami
Y. M. H. A.
TloJbiA.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Y. W. H. A. Trophy Awarded To
Beth David Congregation
Miss Anna Ereldman and Miss
Ethel Pont, representing t!io Beth
David congregation with a selec-
tion Of Jewish and popular nielo-
dies, were awarded first prize and:
a beautiful trophy, presented to
i i in by Miss Josephine Kulinan,
chairman of the first Y. \\\ 11. A.
competitive V.....levllle and dance
held lasl Sunday at Kaplan Hall
before a capacity attendance. Miss
Audrey Culler, representing Junior
Council, was Becond. Judges were
George Goldberg, Mrs. Rose Weiss
and M I! Frank. Additional con-
testants ami their representations
were H'nai H'ritli. Cantor I.ouis
llayinan. Cantor Doris Schlachman,
Milton Friedman ami Sam .1. Rand,
sioL'a fraternity; Larry Schwartz,
Phil Welntraub, Charles Adelman
and Isidore Meyerwltz; Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox congregation, Miss
Phyllis Shulman, Janice Hadassah:
Ethel Wax. Audrey Cutler, Edna
Adler and Helen SoMff, Chesed
Shel Emes; Phyllis Day. Junior Y.
M. H. A : Evelyn Auslander.
Young Men's Hebrew Association:
Maurice Fodor, Al Steinberg and
Sam Kantor. Special mention goes
to Miss Marion Freed who accom-
panied the Various acts at I !h
piano. Additional entertainment
was provided by Kay Murray, as-
sisted by Larry Schwartz plus a
laji dance Specialty by Jackie Sale
The diflcull task of mistress of
ceremonies was very capably per
formed by Ida Bngler, and give
him a hand. Doris. Dancing lot
lowed.
A greeting committee composed
of Miss Hannah Schurman, Rosa-
Ivn Friedman. Dea Silver, Dorolhy
l.apan, Janet KarasiU. Bleanoi Will Ith besl Wl
blnand, Mrs. Marion Shil for .' \
ed in making the iii Kosher 1
Ladies and gentlemen, do yo
know that the Y. M It A.
iiiK and clubrooms are '
pletely remodeled and pi Inted d r-
inn the Passover holid tys and will
he ill tiptop shape in al
Week I
The 1937 Y. M. II V.
ball season will gel ui di i *
soon as tin' board ol dit
point a bui censor to Mai
Goldstein.
Arthur Sclovnn *
scoutmaster of '
replacing Herman Lefko
If in the mo d i" tin
evening of dam h
attend the weekly Till
dances sponsored by
Reach Jew sh Soi In I
beautiful Miami Be id If and
Country club.
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TITLE CO.
ABSTRACTS
318 Scybold Bldg.
Phone 3-1b21
Four new member i wi
to the Y. M H \ '
David Whitman, Gei Goldl
I. Rosengtirten and S I'
Society
fcnn Goldstein I Mlsn
Friday to
a Visll to Havana.
*
01 en and 11 ori I
i
i Kenm club tl

ned on the o]
loi I '
night.
i Olson's music I tiulj
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thai d
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1 ( hi
new kit
I i ro Ol en
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I
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SINCERE WISHES TO ALL
for a
I FREILICHEN AM'J
I KOSHEREN PESACH
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(iHKKTIXdS
EMPIRE
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LOUIS WILDMAN
AND
ASSOCIATES
7E0 Co'lins Ave.
MIAMI EEACH
TANNER'S
'WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORES -1263 W. Flakier St, 1753 N E. Second Ave., |
1906 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Giblcs
Wishes for All Its Jewish Patrons
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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To Our
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS |
We Extend
SINCERE WISHES j
for a
HAITY PASSOVER
G. 0. REED, Inc.
1345 Twentieth Street
MIAMI BEACH
Engineers and Contractors !
To our r lei Acquaintui
GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES ON PASSOVER
CAULKING
WATERPROOFING .
Interior and Exterior Painting
A. PETRI J
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
4738 N. W. Second Avenue
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HAPPY PASSOVER I
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! 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 |
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nient with
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coiiiIiik with a rush as all of tho
are In the pink of form
and in iieed records are being
i halted up nightly through tDo ex-
; ol 11 varied and
itched i". ents.
GREETINGS
CECIL'S IRON AND
BODY WORKS
6$5 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-0473
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MORRIS RUBIN
of the
HUB DRY GOODS
I N Miami Ave.
>: WISHES
for
A HAPPY. PASSOVER
Lotspeich
loorimr Co.
C7 N. E. 36th St.
Phone 2-8341
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Miami, Fla.
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I'aue Pour
Tin: u:\visii PI.ORIP1AN
Friday, March 19, iv.7
I
Strictly
Confidential
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
m't'fii I rumors thai the abillca ilmo, according to the Bible
'li.n ol Km Edward was partially ,,,,. niblc was silent on the mat-
'I to re poits of his ; rn N.i/is
iir inn |{ ihhi Max I.. Forman of
Frankfort), Pa., has the answer .
m in incuts are confirmed In pan
by a new hunk called "His Was
the Kingdom," just published in There"* no reference to Rebec
London The book says thai can's bbo In the Bible, Rabbi For-
Mrs Simpson was on terms of .hi nays, bul in the Mldrash
close personal friendship with Rubbah to Genesis, 57:1, we arc
Joachim von lUbbentrop, Nail en tld thai Rebeccah was born dur-
voy, an i that Edward had a nat- Ing the Incident of Isaac's being
iiral affinity for the German peo- broughi to Akedah on Mount
ilc The Lithuanian govern Moraiah This is based upon
menl is alleged to have paid the the fad that the last row lines of
Lithuanian anti-Semites I2S.0MI to 0on< i. XXII, which tells of Re-I
'"II of liter anti-Jewish i .1 .1 bcciah's liirtli, are appended dl
I1' "ti 1.1 tlj to the sti ry ol the Akedah
---------- Isaac was :!7 years at that
This and That was I" when he
The pink slips which arpliiants married Rebeccah (Genesis XXV.
for state : l.s i-i Missouri inn t -"' m;l "- Rebeccah :: years old
fill out contain a question a ami 1 "' '''" li'1"' "f her marriage .
i' candidate's religion Phll'p Thin Isaai was .".7 at the time of
1' Akedah is ascertained fn m the
Seder Night
Home Gossip
Some one ought to look Into the
rumor that certain Important New
York .lews are saiil to be respon-
sible for the fa hue of the House
of Representatives' Rules Commit-
tee to reporl on M" 0 Ri olutlon
RS That's the hill thai calls
for a su eeplng ln\ esli r il i n ol
Nazi propaganda Tis whis
1 pred 1 lial members of 1 1 om-
mittee have been told thai SS -
not wanted by Jewish leaders .
What Jew ish leadei s 1 incl
dentally, the resolution has bi
endorsed by the American Legion
the Veterans ol Foreign Wars and
the Indiana Li glslal re When
Samuel I'ntermver gets back rroin Vj"'liv- newsboy for the Pos'on
California, don'l be surprised if he '"^''"'- has the host. .-w-h > '
1 lies iii the country i wen episode al the age of 127. while
By Esther Popper
In the Hebrew month of Nisan
Comes n holiday '>f prayer
Which in spirit brings together
Families scattered everywhere,
'Tis the sacred ceremony
of the freedom of nor race,
Books to bring back memories
Are sel al every place.
Hut seems there's something lack-
ing.
The atmosphere is bare
Till mother lights the candles
And hows her head in prayer.
thai Sarah died du'inc the 1
Then father starts the service
li tiati .1 move to merge his Xon
rlan Anti Nazi Leagti
1 Jolnl Boyi otl C un< il The
braves! antl Nazi In New York Is
thai Ai van Hitler had r, 1
1 ;. who took li life n hi
hands by 1 ailing 1 >i l" n brer n
racketeer and a mil I 11 pub
li. opi 11 air meeting In rn nl
New York Nazi 1 li rs .
Denials to tin ......
standing, Mayor I.
Wltn fit p and a silver cup awarded she was '<> when she bore Isaac
by the National Broadcasting (Oenesls XVII, 17).
1 M.niv in a newspaper hnwkln- ____________
contest I id over a nutlnn
hookup
For Bible Students
1 up!' l neks ago e 1 ki il
anyone eo ild confirm
re orl thai Hip ri' 1
ri igi w.i; the wi I I
ing guarded day and night by a "'' Isaac and Rebeccah, the litte
11 n years old at Hi
pi lal p'lice del ild any
.: a shot al
lii-n A riilshed
(' n si refugees In \< w York Is
a ne| reri Lehman
The sudden death nl Re ir V<1
Kii hmond Pearson Hobsoi
a if mp inin 1 ho '
Const 1 tlonal Demoi rai y \ soi i.i
tion, the latest of the 111 pen rut 1
piaM Fa-ei-t outfll Hobson
was slated to be leader of the
C I> A.
BEST WISHES
fn- a
\ i:itY II VPPY PASSOVBIl
MARTIN'S GROCERY
an:l MARKET
2512 S. W. 8th St.
Hot From the Cauldron
Diplomat ie circles are dl
a report thai bock of the mys
terious exile rrom Germany of
Puts Hnnfstaengl, oni p Hltle
t friend, is a si erne to pi I
him to America to I ke 0
direction of the Nazi propaganda
machine there The daughter
of one of the leading Gi ai
Nazis is fiuhtinc at the fronl W 111
the Spanish Loyalists Tin
SINCERE WISHES
I r a
i VERY II VPPY PASSOVER
t
I ULLIAN'S
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t
Drugs Cosmetics Liquors
REGISTERED
PHARMACISTS
1130 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 5 2504
JOT TWENTY-THIRD ST.
Phone 5-0210
A Happy Fassover
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for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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Insurance Co.
POSTAL BLDG.
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MATHEWS TRUCK LINE }
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Exclusive Distributors for
BEST FOODS NEW NUCOA
HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE SHEFFIELD FINE CHEESES
KEEBLER OVEN fRESH CRACKERS
259 N. W. Fourth St.
PHONE 3-1755
J N. E 30th St. at First Ct.
Phone 2-2141
!._____.. .... -.--..--
SINCERE WISHES
To All Our Jewish Frh nil i
for a
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
j O'Neill & Orr
j Building Corp.
441 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACK
nj 1333 North Bnv Shore Drive f]
hi
J N COVELL
AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
TRUSCON STEEL CO,
1333 North Bay Shore Drive
PHONE 2-3926
Extends, to All Wishes for
A HAPPY I'. NSOYKR
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Carley J. Smith Transfer
Let Us Unload Your Trucking Problem
246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 2-2rri5
Nite Phone 2 6154
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MIAMI, FLORIDA

With Hie skull eap on his head.
Ami no one breathes a whisper
Till the questions all are said.
Then brother proudly answers.
Yes. he knows the story well
How Hebrews slaved III Egypt
Under Pharoahe, and he tells
Of the Exodus with Moses as the
leader.
For though God w.'is high in
heaven
His prestige was close at hand
To help the Jews through safely
Into the promised land.
Besl Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
TRIANGLE
ELECTRIC CO.
Electrical Contractors
2164 N. W. 62nd St.
Phone Edgev..ater 2102
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SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PA8SOVER
Hirsch-Fauth, Inc.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Importers
BISCAYNE BLVD. AT FOURTEENTH TER.
Phone 2-5641
MIAMI

A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
Petrie's
12 EAST FLAGLER STREET
H. H. BLOOM. Manager
nfH/H/H/BjmmmmjMjiHfH/HfHj

Best Wishes for a Happy Passover to All My
Jewish Friends
B. KINGSTON HALL
ARCHITECT
Phon 5-2434
1447 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
to Our
JEWISH FRIENDS
on
PASSOVER
HEfHfELTE.
S. C. DAVIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
1628 Pennsylvania Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone 5-1305


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Friday, March 19, 1987
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
ALONG THE WAY
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement will be prosecuted.
si ill mi tin; road, iii "i i nil gradu-
ally nearer thp end of this par-
ticular trail, N Jewish paira
and no time to read them when
then- is a possible glimpse. An
alarmed report by word of mouth
last niKht concerning the Colonial
Minister's sharply negative pro-
nouncement On the possibility of
opening Trans-Jordania to Jewish
Immigrants. Tragic and stupid
both, of course, if it is true. Hut
we must not let any circumstance
or any policy or any injustice or
any chicanery dishearten us. We
must be like the tide: we must
be like a river that risps. swollen
With the thaw of mountain snows.
and Irreslstably, silently, Irre-
vocably flooding the land. It is
not on today that we depend, sharp
and dreadful as is the day's need;1.
it is not on tomorrow; we are a!
people living very consciously
within time, within.history reckon-
ing by centuries, by epochs; we
have always bad traffic with
eternity. We shall not be undone
bv one of its moments.
Meanwhile there continue the """ ,,r"i"llv PW* to English
rise from that broth an esperanto
babble. Mankind occurs only and
exclusively on Ibis planet in iIn-
form of culture-groups or nation-
alities. Every dog is some kind of
a dog. every tree some kind of a
tree and every man some kind of
a man. And thai iron and blessed
fact will nut be altered because
your soul is diseased anil you don'l
want to be the kind of man you
are. Yes, I still have to say that.
In words of two syllables or in
words of one To young and old
mule and female.
"Hut do you believe that we
should segregate ourselves I Vica-
rious H 111! lilt tinglfs in me as I
hear that for the ten thousandth
time Of all the forms of animal
life, dear sir or madam, only and
exclusively the Jew of the post-
emancipatory Galuth has fallen so
low as to consider Instinctive pref
erence for his own kind a subtly
shameful and dangerous thing
AVe do not. NOT, segregate our
selves Hroadly Speaking, We pre-
fer In live and die with these win
have our own memories, aspira-
tions, heritage, hope joy. ap, e-
tences. So does every Other liu
man being in the Whole world.
Even Scotchmen prefer Scotch
running Britain and Its literature
both. li doesn't threaten the
union of i lie kingdoms, I'm no)
trying to rob you of your I'lir.s
lian friends. lint cl n't any more
ill.- lessons, the row elemi-ntiirj All right. S: tar. so good or
lessens which inusi In- lennied lie bad Itul I would nut end my lung
lore this Jewish people of tndaj trip and my seeing of many Jews
Is transformed ami transmuted again quite on that note. I say
from a mob oi Blaves fleeing i" in those who complain; I say to
talk that slavish talk aboiil self Itself in the deserts cf the wot Id those valiant bouIs who have
segregation. We are a people Into a people a i"' t>i forever found the Jewish way and who
8 people, shaping even alien Ian- more of peace, ami lo.'i.lg-killdliess are desperate >> often over the
guages (German, Spanish Arabic) to all mankind, bul ii people so slowness of the same process In
Into something closer to our char- strong by virtue of i s moral one-
aiter and needs. Our tentlfnej i" liens, so welded Into a bIiix'p moral
live in the same neighborhods In force of many in lion wills that
lilies is due to I lie unconscious truly like a river swo'len by the
others: Remember. Jew ;i I
i(( oiInued on Page iii
questions of which I spoke lust
week and mingled with them from
other individuals and other groups
come complaints, bitter and sharp
and constant, over the still im-
mense and melancholy prevalence
id Jewish sloth, of Jewish indif-
ference, of Jewish snobbishness |
anil Of Jewish idolatry of the idols
and golden calls on the market-
places. True. It is all true. The
majority of the rich men are!
niggardly; the pseudo-fashionable
bash In a little unite normal Oen-
the favor and friendship and ask: j
why should we segregate our-1
selves' Minimum Judaism is still
in many iplaces considered suf-
ficientat least from the lips out-
ward: above all. Jewish Ignorance
is still thick as fog and only
gleams of the desire to know and
by knowing penetrate the gloom.
And niggardliness and snobbish-
ness and Jewish ignorance still
babble as rationalization and ex-
cuse phrases so shopworn and
foolish, so dated and empty, so dis-
credited and faded, that I blush to
point out for the ten thousandth
time their idiotic fallaciousness.
Qrowling, cooing, piping. "But I
don't believe In nationalities!"
make the world over according to
your repulsive inner wish of hav-
ing all mankind turn Into a uni-
versal tasteless broth and hearing
men or Irishmen. That htsn'l yet
prevented great Scotchmen from
but spi ntaneoua soi lologicnl func-
tioning of a people robbed by Is
topic fate of geographical lntegrlt\
and trying to place little substitute
bits of soil under iis forever in
voluntary wandering reel
Have I said all this before ;
Very well, Then I have, I shall
probably say it again. These are
FOR AN ENJOYABLE
Passover
Make Your Reservations at
JOE RUBIN
Sea Breeze Hotel
Second St. at Co'lins Ave.
REASONABLE RATES
FOR THE SADER
Or for the Entire Week
mountain thaws ii wll flood the
land of iis need ami ho >e I'll i a i>
ration and sweep nto i r el I
m>. a wilderness of ci Ii n'lil per
retarles and ihelr Immoral i
Ings to policy.
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
17(11 N. W. 3(ith St.
flose,i Saturdays. I'h. 2-2131
BOFSS*
T.
A MOST IIAI'I'V I'ASSOVHH
Saxon Amusement Co.
and
Southern Cigarette Service
For Service Call 5-4G81
1103 5th St. Miami Beach
To -Make Sure It's REALLY (iOOI) Demand
AUGUST BROS.
DELICIOUS PRODUCTS
A complete line of ,\lm< nil and Coconut Macaroons. Nut Cake,
Sponge Cake, all Holiday Delicacies, all reasonablj priced.
At All l.eadin : Delicatessen and Grocer) Stores, or at
Our Bakery
AUGUST BROS.
381 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-9435
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Friends and Patrons
Alexander Orr, Jr., Inc.
PLUMBING AND HEATING
M'ami and Miami Beach
YOU MAY ENJOY OIK DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
VZL1 W3
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Kinsman's, Inc.
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
Isle of Normandy
PHONE 5-3268
To the Many Readers of This Paper
We Extend Our
HEARTIEST GREETINGS
MOORE
FURNITURE CO.
INC.
N. E. Second Ave. at 40th St.
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
and
RABBI DAVID CLEIN
Associated With Beth Jacob Congregation
.Miami Beach
Rich Fresh Milk Sweet Butter
Sweet Cream Sour Cream
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
Notify Oar Route Man or Phone Is
MIAMI BEACRFb
PHONE 3-3337



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THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN
Friday, March 19, L937
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2
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6996 Albacore Di
Miami Beach
One or both of
inp ihrouplidut tin- year.
CONGREGATIONAL
i .:
i ii ting ol popular
ivill In- Riven by Vallee and
n Bongsters.
i another record
trowel, i ;i in his ai c re-
[heir reservations
; nd eserved Beats by
. ,e no Increase In
mlml .ion being 88
Society
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i Plngler Is bul 10 rain-
aiiiiiwii Miami anil
ile from ; 11 other
m Beach
Notes

i iver Calendar:
Friday evening
B, 6:30 o'clock. S
In Id Officers tor the en-
r-i-onl meeting of the Palm
o ol i: iai Itiiili. reports
dI the current year
iited and election <>f of-
'
ing in the Pesa Ii I itlvul
conducted by bol of
Friday evenh R]
ju 7:0 i o'i loi k, A i-oi
der iii be rond
Hall, under the i
Mrs. Frank Perlmnn on
uel Basker.
B lurday mi rii
at li :00 o'i Iocs Hal
will speak on
to Freedom."
Thursday evenin
8:15 o'cloi k. Dr. Knplii
on the stih s
day's Superstition "
Friday mornin
<. 15 o'i lock R
11 eak.
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On Frill \ i
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pie Israel will i
but at 'ho regular Ft
> >w ii -. Tl
of the tradltl nal
hymns at Ibe

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ST WISHES
Inr ;i
11 VPPY PASSOVER
. J. Freed
v Woodcraftcrs
2035 W. Flagler St.
MIAMI. FLA.
suing year are: Bid Bernbaum,
president; lack Kapner, vice presi-
dent; Morris Bterman, financial
secretary; Louis Schutzer, treasur-
er,; Charles Wax, montior; Charles
Kapner, assistant monitor; Harry
Qoodmark, warden; Hyman Kap-
ner, guard; Jack Fein. Dave Feld-
man, Joseph Mendel, Sam A. Gold-
stein, Jos. II. Lesser. Hen L. Aar-
on and Dave K.-itz. trustees. Offi-
cers of the lodpe will be Installed
.ii formal ceremonies on Sunday
evening, April 4. at which members
Of the Ladies' Auxiliary will he
the puosts of the lodge.
ljiiiMiiiiiHiimmillmiiiiliimiilllliiiiimiiiiiiMiHiiimHi.tmiiiiti.il......ni.:
DR. EDWIN J. COHEN
Chiropractic Physician
1501 Congress lildff.
Phone 3-fiKll
Office Hours: 10-121-5
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BEST WISHES
for n
HAPPY PASSOVER

BEN J. KINCAID
J Life Insurance and Annuities
404 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 2-0721
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i KST WISHES FOIt A IIAI'I'V PASSOVER
IVES CERTIFIED DAIRY
OJUS, FLA.

REST v. -
HAPPY I'ASStiYKIi
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j J. F. Ha;
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I Hammond Lobsti l Co.
25 S. W. South River

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KST WISHES FOR A IIAI'I'V PASSOVEH
ISEVELT FISH MARKET
ALL KINDS OF SEA FOOD DAILY
3 2024 no N. E. 14th m
GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES ON
PASSOVER
SECOND AVE. STOVE CO.
FOR A HAPPY PASSC
E E, BAKER CONTRACTING CO. Inc.
i .A 1 ERERS
201 N. W Second Avenue
Phone 3-1383
NEW AND REBUILT GAS AND ELECTRIC STOVES
A IIM'TN I'
CITY D
CLEANERS. 3
2160 N W. First
Phone 2-1571
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| rerrace Miami, Florida
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K E CREAM CO.
ty 244 N. W. Seventy-Second Terrace
3 DOG RACING TONITE
x-iamimfL-, 11 events nightly
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GREETING I
HERTZ
Drive-ur-Self
STATIONS
52 S. E. FIRST ST.
MIAMI
Phone 2-8537
|^ Kxli n.I In \\ 8 s
For
A HAPPY PASSOVER
UrBim^fE/HfBfEjH/BfEIEIEU(.
(i i; V. K T I N OS ]
>'ISHES ON PASSOVER
\\ RT LUMBER YARDS, Inc. j
YF.RY rilTXfJ TO BUILD ANYTHING
LITTLE RIVER BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 1166
CORAL CABLES OFFICE: Phone 4-2511
COCONUT CROVE BRANCH: Phone 4-1619
MIAMI SHORES BRANCH: Phone Edgewater 2051
J QUALITY
SERVICE |
11 11
DAILY DOUBLEQUINIELAS
POST TIME 8:15
Frank J. Bruen
General Manager
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THE BAND SENSATION fjl
and His
MUSIC OF TOMORROW"
A MAMMOTH ORCHESIRA
And a great array of Stars
With EDITH CALDWELL
ADMISSION 25c
INCLUDES IT ALL
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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Society
The Federal Savings and Loan
Association of -Miami, ground floor
or the Congress Building, 109 N.
E, Second avenue, baa changed ltd
name to DADE FEDERAL 8AV
l.NOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI. Joseph M. Llpton,
i:i- dent, reported yesterday, The
.irtlon was taken because of the
ronfuslon caused by the similarity
In names of Federal Savings and
I.nnn Assococlationa in this area,
Mr l.iilon said
The name "DADE" was selected
because of Ms historical slgnlfl-
i....... a tribute hine paid bv thn
11 iiiiiiiiv to Mai Francis L. Tlnile
for whom l)-wi,i r*ountv w nn"e'.
The Association \v pqtnhlishpH
t'i 1'rM ]i< ppQ^tfl InorAfiapd dnr
ie ififfi nnprnxlmito'v *i inn inn
and now total ......'' i nnnnnn
The Dsde F'1'.....I Sitvinp-s nnd
'"in \sco,'infnn Witu*1' *iv
ijips Institution, chnrtereil and Ml-
nervised bv the Dovernment, each
nccnnnt helnc in'-nrn.i hv Hio Fed-
eral Sn\l"cs and T.nn |"oiirn",e
Cornoration. a covernmentil neon
< an In $.", (inn S'nco IN pr^inl-
7"t'on the association hi" paid 4
Tor rent on s.ivinp. !,i addition *o
ln> it has mndp in this area for
i un-hasine. buildine and n finnnc-
i"e hnm">
vice president; T..e.o Rohin^n. vlcp
Officers and directors besides
Mr, Llpton Include Rufus il. Daniel,
president; Charles Beatty, treasur
er; Henry K. Wolff, secretary;
Clarence Feuer, assistant secre
tary; O, A. Price, Irwln Cassel and
M, Krelger, directors Ous Feuer
i-c attorney for the association and
Hugo Shonberg is construction au-
pervlsor.
is still plenty of time to enter, (io
to your nearest Cigarette dealer
and ask him for a set of official
<;uaintcd with the famous Old Gold
I'igarettes. the cigarettes which
are always fresh- never soggy
never dry never Btale. Beat in
mind too that after you try your
first pack n, Double Mellow old
Golds and you are not delighted
with them you gp' I).mule Your :"
Money Back. Success to Vou, I
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f PASSOVER GREETINGS j
!.\TLANTIC EXPRESS. Inc.!
M1 ^:l AM I
24j Co.I ns Ave.
Phone 5-4929
BEST WlSIlES
lor a
I'ASSOVKR GREETINGS
from
THE SCHLAMP STUDIO
2134 Biscayne Blvd.
You never had a liner chance to
win a cash fortune than that of-
fered by Old Cold Cigarettes. Tris
$2n,nr>0 prize contest as announced
in our publication during the past
months has taken the Jewish pet p'e
hy stnrm Thousands of our read-
ers who never have taken any in-
terest in any contest are now
anxious to win one of the 1.00(1
prizes. The makers of Old (Sold
iMgaretes did not forget to Include
lie.- Jewish frlenda in this contel
as is evidenced hy their rep.......]
innouni einents in our publication.
We extend our thanks to them.
Vou should not pass if tnls op-
portunlty of winning a prize simply
becans you did not happen Io enter
the contest when It began. There
f A HAPPY PASSOVER
GLADYS ADAMS
BEAUTY SHOP
Finger Wave 35c Shamooo ?^'
Permanent WaveSpecial $3
| AU. BRANCHES OF
BEAUTY CULTURE
7 E. FLAGLER ST.
(Over Gianl s i
Phone 2-6763
j j HAPPY PASSOVER
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! IIAI'I") PA! SOV :..( j I
! m h m T u I ST STATE
| Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ba: r j |
PASSOVER GREETINGS j
Clarence H. Lcnnon Hialeah, \'d.
and
Lennon's Grocery Store
J5414 N. E. 2nd Ave. Edge: 9144* I
BANK
of
piT IM. fc. Znd Ave. Edge: 9144'
i PASSOVER GREETINGS i I
H. R. EATONof ELECTRIC
CONSTRUCTION CO.
2160 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-0716
) J BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY
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JEWISH FRIENDS
ALBERT ANIS
j I'assovkr GREETINGS !
j JONES MIAMI BEACH
EXPRESS CO.
?716 5th St. MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS i
Miami Trading and
Restaurant Supply Co.
1166 N. Miami Ave.
665 Washington Ave.
ARCHITECT
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-29:9
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MRS. M. P. LEHMAN
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
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BKST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
HAZEL B. KREMBS
1535 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-29E8
Specializing; in Dolls- tieatitlfully dressed, to orderall kinds--
all sizesalFO miniature antique doll furniture
LOUIS RIFAS HYLAND RIFAS j
and the
MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. i
41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE I
EXTEND ^O AI.T, f^vrFRF WTfioF;s FOR A
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
J. G. McCrory Co.
23 E. Flagler St.
Phone 2-2280
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
NORTON TIRE CO., Inc.
L. E. PALLOT, Pret.
Complete Tire Service Distributors of U. S. Tires
6th Ave and Flagler St. 5th St. and Alton Road
Miami 3-4639 Miami Beach 5-4830
OPEN ALL NIGHT
JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY
ROASTERS and PACKERS of COFFEES
and TEAS
507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2-2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A IIAI'I'V PASSOVER
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
i GREETINGS!
America's Oldest Federal
a Savings Institution
That Has Always Paid
4'i on Insured Savings
IT IS BEST
To finance your home with a local institution lntead < f borr w-
ing from d!atanl lenders. experience has shown that outside
mortgages are more expensive and less satisfactory to local home
owners. Bed re signing any loan papers, the borrower should
insist upon obtaining from the lender a complete Itemized and
Blgned loan cost statement.
The First Federal plan (fives the lowest cost, anil the simplest and
most convenient terms in the South. Obtain information before
arranging your home mortgage.
FIRST FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF MIAMI
33 N. E. First Avenue
W. H. WALKER, President
OUR SINCERE WISHES
for a
PRAYLICHEN AND K08I1EREN PESACH
To Our Jewish Friends
FARRIS & COMPANY
26 N. E. 27th St.
BEEF PACKERS
Phone 2-2641
Miami, Florida
HOME OFFICE AND PLANT:
2116 West Beaver Street Jacksonville, Florida
When we sell you Kosher Beef, you know it's Kosher beyond a doubt
ITS STAMPED AND TAGGED ASK YOUR RABBI!
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1937
Pace Nino
RECIPES

MATZO KLOESE
1 Onion (minced and friod In
chicken fat).
4 Mntzos (soaked In water).
4 Errs unbeaten.
l tap. Minced Parsley.
Ball and Pepper.
Pinch of Glnfter.
Drain and crush thoroughly the
soaked matzos Add the eggs, fried
onion, parsley and seas-ra.ngs. Re-
place this to the frying pan Inj
winch the onion was tried. Over
B >* flame, stir mixture thorough
ly until dry enough to handle. Al-
low to cool and term into balld Roll
|D dry mat/.o flour. Chill and use
its needed. Mat/.o Kloea" ins? l-
boiled in the soup and :v: veil thai
way, ^" may be cooked l boilliu
POTATO FLOUR SPONGE CAKE
12 Eggs.
\2 C. Sugar.
1 u. Potato Flour.
Kin of ball Union or orange.
l tbsp. Lemon or Orange Juice.
Beat yolks and add the sugar,
beating until thick. Boat n the
potato flour and theu th juice
aud rind of either the lemon or
orange juice, depending on the
flavor you prefer. Las', of all,
fold iu the well-beaten egg whites
aud bake iu a moderate oven at
350 degrees. Bake at: u loa: cake,
layer cake or cup cakes.
FRESH STRAWBERRY l< iNQ
10 Ripe Berries, z
1 tap. Lemon Juice.
About 2 cups XXXX Su^ar.
Crush the berries, add the lemon
Juice, and enough of the XXXX
Sugar to make the Icing thick. Beat
until smooth and llg'it.
MATZO CHARLOTTE
4 Matzos (soaked and diaine-1).
4 Eggs ( separated).
1 c. Sugar.
1-2 c. Raisins.
1-2 t. Salt.
1 Lemon (juice and rind).
1 Apple (grated;.
2 t. Cinnamon.
Crush the drained nialzos thor-
oughly, adil the yoiki of the eggs
and the balance of the Ingredients.
Fold in the well beaten whites.
Prepare the baking pan (about i
qt. size) by spreading the bottom
generously w'th chicken f.it and
brown sugar. Turn mixture In and
bake in a moderate oven, ebout
350 degrees. Serve hot with the
following:
Wine Sauce
Bring one i:up wine to a boll
an.i pour it ulowlf and careful If
over 2 beaten egg yolks. Add one
cup sugar a id juice of half a
lemon. Into this fold the Deuten
whites of two eg^s.
Junior Hadassah at Nan Young's
restaurant on Miami Beach.
Discussion of the annual Donor's
dinner featured the evening. Miss
Audrey Cutler is general chairman
for the dinner which will be held
on April 11. Miss Cutler's r m-
mlttee includes Mrs. Leo A. Chai
kin. Miss Hana Mack. Miss Anita
Silverman, Miss Ruth Mazor. Miss
Gladys Husser, Miss Eddie Adler,
Miss Trudle Bandel and Mrs. Sol
Katz.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Society
A large group of Kirls attended
the dinner meeting last Monday of
A FRIEND
M. L. L
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Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
DAVIS' BLVD. PHARMACY
Biscayne Blvd. at 67th St.
STONEWALL PHARMACY
Miami Ave. at 29th St.
SAM W. DAVIS, Prop.
Sincere Wlsl es for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Davidson & Co.,
Inc.
Distributors Of
YORK REFRIGERATION
1005 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-2473
PASSOVEH GREETINGS
Otto F. Weber
Certified Public
Accountant
Shoreland Arcade j
MIAMI, FLORIDA !
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BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
U. S. WELDING AND
IRON WORKS
428 N. W. First Court
MIAMI
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
YUTT'S
BARBER SHOP
"Air Conditioned"
151 S. E. First St.
Phone 29282
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GREETINGS
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
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j ROBBINS WAREHOUSE J
!1109 N. W. 22nd St. )
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W. N. KELLY

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Sincere
Good Wishes
to All Our Jewish Friends {
for a Happy
Passover
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BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY Passover
i Florida Linen f
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Supply Co. i

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BEST WISHES
for a
IIAI'PY PASSOVER
1403 N. W. 7th Court
W. P. EAVENSON, Mer.
LOW
RAIL FARES
IN COMFORTABLE
AIR-CONDITIONED
COACHES
One Way from Miami
ATLANTA ...........$1069
BALTIMORE .........$18.73
BOSTON ............$37.08
CHATTANOOGA ..... $12 fi5
CHICAfO ..........%?>, -7
CINCINNATI ........$17.80
CLEVELAND .........$22.90
DETROIT ...........$23.05
JACKSONVILLE ...... $5.1"
MACON .............. $9 27
NEW ORLEANS ......$1165
NEW YORK ..........$22.48
NORFOLK ............$15.60
PENSACOLA........H1.03
PHILADELPHIA ......$20X8
PITTSBURGH ........ 124.03
RICHMOND ...........$15.50
ST. PETERSBURG ___ $4.71
TALLAHASSEE ......$7.70
TAMPA ............... $3 39
WASHINGTON ......$17.&3
Coach meals 50c. Pillows 25c.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
125 East Flagler Street
Tel. 2-8161 and 2 6104
T. W. LUCKJCTT, Mr. Pm. .
SEABOARD
AIR LINK RAILWAY
omriJIHI AIR-CONDITIONED ISIEO
ALL 1M -BOUND
ROBERT R. WILLIAMS
City Commissioner
Miami, Fla.
DR. HARRY E. FRY
DENTIST
7 E. Flagler St.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Jewish Clients
and Friends
Ring & Mahony
Certified Public Accountant*
Biscayne Bldg.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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SOUTH ATLANTIC
MORTGAGE CO.
PHILIP DUSENBURY
T. B. HAMILTON
110 N. E First St.
Phone 3-4653
OUR SINCERE
GREETINGS
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Bryant Office
Supply
Company, Inc.
Specialists in
OFFICE SUPPLIES
44-46 8. E. First St.
Phone 2-0588
MIAMI, FLA.
A IIAI'PY PASSOVER
J. V. WALTERSON
"Automobile Service That
Satisfies"
1135 North Miami Ave.
Phone 2-8816
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
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R. S. EVANS
WILLYS AUSTIN
USED CARS
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j 1622 N. E. 2nd Ave.
DADE
REFRIGERATING
CO., Inc.
2111 North Miami Ave.
Complete Refrigerating
Service
Frick Refrigerating
Machinery and Equipment
Holcomb & Hoke Refrigerators
and Display Cases
Phone. Day: 2 7868 }
Phones. Night: 2-56292-7329 |
ska sox'S GREETINGS
j Harry M. Hice
City Councilman
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THE JEWISH l-I.OUIDIAN
Friday, March 19, 1;
Society
I ion mikI Rabbi David Clein. a.-so- mon will serve 88 hcatesses at Hie
elated with Betb Jacob Congrega
lion, Miami Beach, are in charge of
Baruch S| Inoza, thou art 1 urs
... ... the preparation of the inoduct.s to
Flesh of <>iii flesh, ami bone ol our
bones." with these words, iir. Insure utrlcl adherence to every
Abraham Wolfson concluded his ritual requirement. Kadi bottle 01
lecture on Spinoza's Relationship package will bear a dial nctlve
l Judaism, last Saturday after- |abel and will ,, attao...... by tne
noon "Spinoza." Dr. Wolfson Ma8hgiach named by the Rabbis,
- .Id. i- 1 e culmination of a long wno wH, ve .,, ,,, ,,., ,.v durlng
" '" -"'' "v P1..... Judeus, sad ,,, en(|re Pa880Ver ,.,<. All
Ezra, Maimonides, additional Mashgiach will be In
next luncheon for Sisterhood mem-
bers.
A nominating committee was ap-
pointed at the m.....tint: last Week
Including Mrs Jack Pallot, (hair-
man; Mrs. Sol Grief, Mrs .1. Bug-
ler, Mrs. Mendel Schelnberg and
Mrs. Wolfe Rlutstein Elect OD
will take place at the April meet
lng.
A IIAI'I'V PASSOVER
I
I BACCHUS GRILL and BAR 1
Coil! n)t'It' Lit mm l'i< U ,,,
j DR. BERNARD FORREST j |
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103 N. E. First Ave.
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Complete Liquor Packag
I leparnneiii
200 W. Flagler St.
Phone 28943
li C BACKUS, Prop.

Dr. J. Levenson Of Stamfo
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Gersonides and Creskas." attendance at the dairy plant In Conn., is the house Kuesi of his
This Saturday at 2 p, m. The Miami Beach to supervise opera- nephew Dr. Edwin J. Cohen of this
St-inoza group will meet at 1059 tions then
( lins avenue, Miami B.....h. to Mr. Louis Jaccbsklnd. only Jew
the opera 'Lohengrin." At |8n dajry operator In this area.
30 Dr Wolfson iii give the flf- operating Bhe Seaboard Sanitary
teenth and final talk on the Life Dairy, will have Rabbi Abraham
and Philosophy of Baruch spin A Kellner of the Miami Jewish
"'' Orthodox Congregation In charge
Th. Spinoza group met every r ,.,,, s......rvlslng the ritual re-
Saturday, throughout the season, qulrementa for the preparation of
in the lawn of 1059 Collins ave- ir.lirv products for use in the Jew-
nue, Miami Beach Ovei a hundred isll home during the Passover
people, native and winter tourists. week, A Mashgiach, named bythe
attended. The discussions, which Rabbi, will he at the dairy during
followed every lecture, proved the ln entire Passover week. Each
gh Intelligence of the audience, bottle or package will hear a label
There is no admission charge, and W|,n ;, facsimile signature o
i veryone interested is welcome. Rabbi Kellner.
The Spinoza croup, under the chair-
manshlp of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Plana are being made for
City and will remain here for about
a week.
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author of Spinoza: A Life of Rea-
son, will resume their educational
ii I el nga early next season.
I
bridge party Wednesday, April
at the Alamac hotel by members
of the Relh David Sisterhood. Mrs.
Islrtor Cohen is chairman. Mrs
The Land O' Sun Dairy of Miami Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Max Per-
Beach, headed by K. C. Fogg. Jr.. ppr, Mrs. P. Schreiher. Mrs. Mor-
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strictly kosher for Passover use.
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i Ii 10, 1937
The Mighty
Matzah
Q Ancestors Believed
, Abraham H. Israelitan
L WISH. BELIEVE .
e superstitious, you
to add the following
I loci Ions, mid It you ore
nil think you will
I in these i urious be
i have come acn
. .
II, something thai II
me 'ii escape military
If one desires !<> avole"
,,. hould take with
pie; (> Ol .\'"t >''. I"
. r "I' the Arbo Ki
lar piece of cloth
v || attached i<> Its four
n by Orthodox Jews
irments during
THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN
l>age Eleven
ii, And If you wish
ii to be really efflcn-
,j by nil means be sure
thai Arbo Kanfol even
jhi foi the mi ii cnl
another ease where
ii and the unionv
I can be of Bei vice ti
ore nnxlous to avert
the Evil Eye, then
piece ni' Aflki men In
corm rs of the Arbfi
ere will be no need
ni' the famous Aflko
I to Impress upon you
t! \ nlue i r thla piece of
hi< ii la eaten ol the end
i meal Know, dem
I If you are planning ;i
(] you are worrle 1
ms t!':it may arls?
with you some of
on lif you can find II'
hi- direct Ii n- when
ome t'n> rougl
Know also thai a piei
omen, placed betwei
i:; hi Ins you luck an '
Id willow \'-:r.
made into n powdi r
pry handy when on"
the power f
o interest you to know
' lowing Baying was once
n among our people
h \r komen is '" Hvp
\mi when a man passi i
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away who was advam o<| in yr i
people used to say; n, .,-,. ,,,
much Aflkomen ."
Other Oddities
In Qalli la, they say. the follow
11 Btiper it It Ion exl I or on.....\
Isted: During the Passore n
tlval one should no) leave a tnnl
of water uncovered. Even when Hi
watei Is being i.....-<.! into the tan'
ii must be covered. How to do i>
Well, pour the water in tin.....e'
a piece of cloth ntreti lied over tin
top in the tank. Von ask of whn
alue all this i-1 Well, lei u
you ii s of imiinii value: Y i
ill thus prevent tl e Angi l
Hametz (leaven) from ex eetoroi
'ng into the tank!
And in com lusion lei us Infom
you thai the Matzah of the Si do'
table, and especially the Afikomei
is not alone in possessing ontisua'
powers. The roasl egg of Ihosi
Seder nights also has extraordi
vary Influence. Jusi listen to this
Ho who gets the egg on the morn
iiiK of the second day of Pa
will bo remarkably lucky, and wiP
obtain whatever he wishes whil<
eating .
Well, here's wishing you ol
luck!
(Copyright, 1937, by Seven Ail
eFaturc Syndicate)
Seder In the
Old Country
id nt oiied from Paw "^
like: Mouth hanging open, eyes
iltlll as n golem's, oar: long as a
donkey's just like ..... own v iia _
ill nt.
Now comes the finest parl ol oil
i' e Dayenu What a dellghi to re-
oat with my father all the fai i-
Ood conferred upon us' And aftei
'very I'avin to slioiii Joyfully, with
'II my oiighl. "Ii would have bi i o
Hough!"
Whal n i elous Ihini I iod iliii
for a-' Ho illvidod I ir u
ml we iiu ni on dry land! I
i el as if I had ysolf i
led Sea ovei t ml dry path, wil Ii
rolls oi later rWing mou
ilgli oi i:
urn a mil thing out ul
he oriliii-i i ] .I, i
ml his In. coining aftei
'!/. ii anil make
igain and siiddonlj I flow
gethi i. and all tin i: |>l at
\ surgi :
ip iii my heart They, too,
'inman be n lei nil. I try ooi
ii see ili.- hot rlble pii lure thai
'in oppooi Ills hi fore y ej
Bui the .inviiii mi.....i returns i
i .ul how the Jew b llveil on
iinnna for l" yeai s in i e nllder
\\'o owoke in the in rnln
mil then wn tIn- manna ly up i i
In ground, all ready to eat, and i'
would have aliv Insl Bllted
N'ur n ;i< p in-, i isnry to moko
. or '-hi" during tin
in nil thai lime mil
Inthes remained wh '
Inp tore or wore out Thai a-
he Ideal life! No nil i i
nres, no nei d to one'*
'U in-; as mj f ilhei has to wi rk
now shoe and clothe
me,
And. a- ii ii 11 '
High, (iOll IVI till- IIIIIHl
(ions Kin of all. the holy Sabbath
The wonderful Sabbath, with all Its
joys.
Had Ho given us the Snbbutl
and no) bn Ughl us to .Mount Si-
nai ..." I laiinot oven Imagine
how any one COUld possibly exist
without the Toi ah. TO live wlth-
iiii the Torah would be like trying
0 live without air .
Now my father opens the door
for Elijah the Prophet, and 'all-
in him a hearty greeting. True, I
annoi see the Prophet El jail with
.i n i yea Hut with every fibei
iii mj being I reel thai he is i inn-
n; in11 the room, thai his linn.
Ilky nhits heard toui lies the
table us he drinks the wine it m
II i Koblel Bet aside lor him. I feel
t ie iu\ lug kindness ol his eye as
they lost hi on me, and a de'lght-
i il shiver runs through mj body
1 feel as If a gusl oi air from un-
ites! Ul ii for a
HAPPY I'ASSOVER
other world has ome Into our lit-
tle room, the air of B hotter and
purer and holier world, a world
w,.ere only angels live, souls un-
weighted by hollies. ;i world of
eternal singing .
llow deeply i believed In every-
t inn In my childhood how mar-
velously, magically beautiful was
Seder night ill Miy father's house!
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I'.ir. Twelve
THE JKW1SI1 FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, March 19, 1937
1
Jacksonville Notes
One of the fines! affairs of the
early Sirlng was t li annual
Spring luncheon anil bridge part)
of the Daughters of Israol, held
Wednesday afternoon In the Jew
lHh Center. Mrs. Louis Wltten and
Mrs Sam Wltten rei e red.
Following the i m heon the
Is ..... seated nl card table
and spent several hours enjoying
play nK. Spe Inl pi Izes were re
ceived by Mrs Ike Wltten, who
won nn nttrai i Ive Spring h ....."
a heautlful glass Iray was given
to Mrs ("hepniek, and Mrs
Jaeohsun rec-e v ed n lovely dresser
set. Individual prizes were placed
,-ii each table.
More than one hundred R esl
enjoyed II' s delightful evenl Our
Ing the afternoon, tickets for lln
Daughters of Israel theatre belie
fit, which will take place rrom
April 1" in 15. In Hi" Florida tin
atre, were distributed. Mrs. I
Stein, Mrs. A Weiss, Mrs. S
Jucohson nnd Mrs. .losep'i Hnekel
ai p in i : arge of the sales The
pi........Is will be ii ed for the In
I'll of (he Jew Ish I 'i liter Hebrew
Si Ii nl K eryi ni ke:l to en
opei ate.
*
Pierre van Paa-en.
known Journalisi and an nrdi
/, onist, addrest ed an audience in
the ,Iackson\ llle Jewish -nti r.
Silver and Third Streets, l;i-i
wee]-. Mr. van Pan isen u peared
under i e a isii ps i f the sevi ral
Zionist organ m of the Ity.
the Jewish Progr 's-ih e S iclely,
:inil ili" Senloi Hadassah and
Junior Hadassah chapte lib
subject was "A (lentlle Survey
the World Jewish Seene"
*
Tl recently Installed Jai
vllle Chapter, So. 272 of I In \ 7.
A .inn r Order of IJ'nai M i
ill present their sei ond
minstrel rIiow and dance n the
Jacksonville Jew i.-li Cente S in
day, April 11 'I'll. a ill In-
tin pro ii I ly ;il S:l o'l loi Ii 'I
affair was firsl scheduled to In
rlil Man h 21, bul ii- pu
because of the Jew Ish holidi
The show will ii"' ide u Ii
notable minstrel men as \l (!old
i, I,. Rubin I la; an, Seym tu "Pi i
Wee" Hoffenberg, Ben Carnol

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c;.....'ge Stone, Morris "Mush" Spi-
v ak nnd Joe "Mochas" Falls, > ad
nun; Leo Moakovltz, Jimmy Bas
tonias, .lulius "Y.....lie" Fleti
Meyer Lelbovltz, Bobby Cievasse
and Dan "i Mpsi n, ballad singe s
Besides the many soloists, there
will in- n lurge male ch rus. siil
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(ihelerter, Al Ooldstein, Meyei
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fShelerter, Leon Wltten, Seymoui
Hoffi nberg. Joe Fnl s and Willie
Id senblatl Shine} Kas is the
pousor of i he local i hapter.
The World's
Window
Continued from Page SI
peo le. The world is whal II
is. The eiiwnie p;iiinn i so called i
fooled and betrayed us our tilth-
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its. our grandlalhers It Is hard
in believe thai thai period Is over;
ii is hard t envisage the fact thai
the day of a more difficult re-
emanoipatii n and self-emancipa-
tion is ai hand. And many of
the prices of the world, which only
unpractical tools will belittle, seem
i o igli ii is only seeming '<> be
sei upon trying to gel by with the
old humiliating and disi reilleil
methods. Imagine, If you can, any
i iiier group or i.....pie thai you
know being asked to make what
i; ai bottom a metaphysical de
, Ision and to experience a con
version thai cannoi be experienced
along any BBWdllSl trail, hut that
requires scrupulous and unconven-
tional thinking, in a sense revolu-
tionary i linking and the giving up
f accustomed comforts, compro-
mises, opiates. profits nllevia-
lilons, ease.....nls a decision that
must seem athletic and almost
bleak. Imagine any other group
ni human beings faced by such
a situation. Would they do much
better than Jews? Would Ihey do
as well| Would the rich be more
generous or the snobs more
capable of the grace of humility or
the thoughtless more willing
to take austere and strenuous
I hough) }
No, 1 lilil Dot hopeless of our
people, i am, upon the whole,
proud of our people and glad of
our people and when I've rested
from this trip I'll answer again
with all patience the same foolish,
I silly old questions in the hope thai
a day will come when they will be
asked no more.
r
E.GORDON
Jewish Rituals
Vice-President
CARTER & WIXSOM, Inc.
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Friday. Marc* 19, 10:17
THE JEWISH FL0RID1 AN
Pago Tin' l< 11
FREE AND
UNBOWED
By EMIL LUDWIG
The famous German Jewish
hiographer here calls upon all
who love freedom to descend
from their iwry towers and to
fight off the forces that en-
danger the pdce and liberty of
all.The Editor.
Though il WU my good fortune
to emigrate rn m Germany thirty
years BgO, and although I enjoy
Swiss cltlsonahip. I have always
been a Oerman writer. And one
May evening in 1933 I had tnip
honor of sharing the fate of the
host of my colleagues In a cer-
tain bonfire. I occupied a fine
position between Heine and Spi-
ne.;! and I tell mine flattered at
being burned thus between two
geniuses of my race than at any
praise the 'racial theory" profrs
pors might have bestowed upon
me.
Jews and Communists by no
means represent the majority of
those Who have been assassinated
and Imprisoned by tho party that
se zed power In Germany. Demo-
cratle "Ayrans" have met the
ante fate. The em'nent Os
sietzl.-v. who was awarded th<
N'nbel Prise, long languished Inthr
i r so n of the so-called Thin'
Reich. For that matter, most o'
n theirs whose works fed tho'
bonfire bad never written on poll
lira. Dictators always pretend
their opnonents are enemies o
F elelv. When a writer does no"
bow to their opinions be s caller*
a Communist.
"P eifist documents were 'nun''
In the defendant's possession" I'
:i fro 'ue'it phrase in German do
lice leiorls today catholic 'i"
thors have been banned, too. fn-
ront'n'iing lo believe sincerely h
the Old Testament
I would not presume to lls'
Oerman authors according to lit
ciarv rank. Hut it is ciilions non
the less that nearly all tho-e Ge-
man authors who are ap re iat"
the world over have been in)
i is ned or forced to emigrate
while none of tlie authors reenr
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nl/.od by the Third Reich
known beyond its borders. Tho
two famous authors whom the
Nazis Claim as their own, Stefan
Georg and Oswald Spongier, are
not Sympathetic toward that gov-
ernment, ami do not requite Its
professed love.
Those German writers whom
the Nazis disown are read In every
part of the civilized world; the
writers of the Third Reich are
read only in Germany.
Rut perhaps great Nazi authors
do exist i Let us see. The man
who has the highest seat of honor
in the new literary hierarchy, one
Bllinck, president of the Reich
Chamber of Culture, lias Just pub-
lished a hook according to which
America was discovered not by
are known autho
I
when all the W( rid
knows that it is by Helnrich
Heine
The German language, to me tie
most beautiful in the world, has
been robbed of its glories. Even
official decrees are edited In tin
style of small provincian news
paers mi offense to the latter In
tended.
The number of Countries BUb
jected to censorship grows greatei
from year toyear. and war is com-
ing closer and closer. Soon, per
haps, only some obscure oceanic
isle will provide a last refuge f >
those who are free in Bpirll H<
who remains silent in the face of
these problems is like an astrono
mer who. being told that an o I
demic was spreading, declared
Audi e, and three brol icrs ill Ni '.
York.

Miss Marian Levey i iitertalnod
friends at hei home Sunday nigh'.
.Mi s cimla Lee v, on high pi ize for
Columbus, as so many people be- "That doesn't matter to me. I am
lieve, but by a certain Dietrich Interested in the heavens only.'
Pennlg, a Dane of Teutonic race. Unfortunately be, too, caught th
Imagine having to change all the disease, and bhen had to take ai
beautiful Columbus statues of the interest in the affairs of thlsearf1
\moricas into monuments to Heir We are with Goethe, who sad
Pennlg! "Only he deserves liberty and lit'
The problem Of Jesus Is still who daily fights to keep them,
more annoying. His Jewiahness Is
something Chat demands drastic
measures. Rut for a German p-o
fessor it was easy to prove that |
Jesus really was an Aryan, born:
near Frankfurt.
These are indications of the
depths to which the successors of
Kant have fallen The great Cor- I
nan tradition has degenerated. i
Nearly all of Goethe's boo! s are
prohibited in the schools a"d I"
me of the new song antholpg'P-
'be poem. "Ml weiss nicht W8
soli se bedeuten" so popular
bat it could not be expurgated
is said to he the work of an "tin
Mr. and Mr.-. Henry W If of -l.ill in games. Consolation awards
Brooklyn, Now York, arc here for went to Miss Ruth Epstein, Ned
an Indefinite stay at I- South Gordon, Harold SUverman and Dr.
Grandvlew avenue, and are vl ii
ing their friends, Mr ami M
George Liebman.
*
Mr and Mrs. I.. M. Hnrf..... and
two children of Philadelphia arc
visiting their parents, Mr ai-d Mrs.
I Grass, l.'lfl Noi th Atlnntl". i.nd
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II hi sih erman i I Prnvidi u i
s vacationing in Dnytonn Bi i h
William Levey.
"Drink
For ^ our
Stomat h's
Sa ke"
Daytona Reach
Notes
Aaron Llpke, about 6~>, died Vlon
day night nfter a brief il'ne-s II
is survived by his widow and a son
BOBBINS ROOFING SHEET
MET/* I WORKS
Responsible Hoofers Sinre 1019
Inspection and Estimates Free
22 N W 2fith St. Phom 2-3 70S
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BORIS SCHLACHMAN

First Seder Night
Friday, March 2(ith

Second Seder Night
Saturday, March 27th

Reservations suggested
Phone 5-4611
Enjoy the recognized cuisine, }
conveniences and comfort of
the
HOTEL EVANS {
Col ins and 10th St.
MIAMI REACH
Same Management as
Hotel Evans.
Loch She'drake, X. Y.
As Usual the
Rosedale
Delicatessen
17tt N. W. PIFTH ST.
WILL SUPPLY YOl'R EVERY
PASSOVER want:
A complete line of Manische-
witz, Goodman, London, lloro-
w'itz-Margarelen and Slreil
Mat/.os.
Matzo Meal. Noodles, ('iillees.
Teas. Sugar. Prunes and Nuts
of all kinds.
Spices, Vinegar ami Nyal'al
EVERYTHING IN THE
FOOD LINE

QRRETINHN
Jay Transfer Co.
333 W. Flasler St.
PHONE 2-3334
Piano Moving
Baggage and General
rfijGVST BROS RV*
if* Is the BEST.' ^.
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The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
White Oak Leather
LADIES' HEELS ... 15r
ii M.I' SOLES 50c
ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
;>in N. E. I'i'st Avenue
Opp. Cortes Hotel
GEORGE LANGER
unl A riutos of
The Sungas Co.
lioo W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3811
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Under the Su; ervision of
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Of in- Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Will A' n'.n B Pn vided by
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
3820 N. VV. 16th St. Phone Canal 91
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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FRIADY. MARCH 26. 1937
Vol. 10No. 13
The Feast of Liberation
Tonight we will gather around the festive board Jews
throughout the entire world verily kings and queens accord-
ing to tradition the traditionally minded will eat the bit-
ter herbs and thus assuage his conscience for the many short-
comings of the past year all. irrespective of religious be-
lief; will enjoy at lea-t the minimum of Arba Koses and gorge
themselves upon the bounteous repast that will be spread be-
fore them ;;nd thus trny will celebrate the "liberation.'-
There pusses before us in speedy kaleidescopic fashion the
history of the Jew from Egypt through the desert ... to hi:;
own land ... a tr: d t;on to upheld that which was given them
at the memorable scene on Mt. Sinai auto-da-fes expul-
sions .pojrroms everything that would have destroyed
nnd in fact did destroy the mighty nations of the earth and
yet the little Jew he has not forgotten Egypt Passover
... the feast of liberation but hasn't he?
We bow rmr heads in shame ... he has! forgotten in the
hurly burly life of todav everything that was even remotely
connected with the real spirit of Passover and today .
Liberation is but a figure of speech .
Is not the Jew yet a slave to appearances? Does he n<
f"-r the honest observance of his religious duties simplv beca"'
of what someone else might say? Does he have courntre to ,
speak out when the time arrives or does he not cringe? Think
0"f the manv Jewish bovs and (rirls who todav have io'ned the
leaders in Hi-Y movements in Junior and Senior High schools;
not for them to think in tens of Judaism are they liberated ?
Have they the right to celebrate Passover? How about the
ever increasing number who are wandering from their own and
becoming parties to intermarriage? Shall it be said of then-
that they may enjoy the Passover?
And how about those countless more who severed their
ties with anything and everything Jewish? they belong to
no synafpffues they ioin no fraternal Jewish organizations
. Jewish charities, Yeshivos mean nothing to them can it
be said cf these that they may enjoy the feast of Liberation?
As we sit dwn to the Sader before we begin to cnioy
the physical beauties, does it not behoove us to think of the
real meanders. tVe real significance of Passover? and perhaps,
pirhaps tlrs will bring us to the realization that we are even
now si avesto everything that is un-Jewish that we are not
now slaves to everything that is un Jewish that we are not
Todav we are still slaves ... let the traditional wish .
Leshono Haboah "BNAI CHORIN" come true.
Seder In the
Old Country
Childhood Memories
By REUBEN BRAININ
A real old fashioned Seder, such
:is many of n ieme ber tn in our
own childhood, hul which few of
..in- children have had the oppor-
tunity I" en'ny i- he i 1 <- i Ibed
by Un Dean of Hebrew letters, who
recently brntod N seventy-
fifth birthday The Editor.
r^SP.TE a four year exodus there m[#^ Jew. "^^SH^'S^sS
RSttM^SWlSifS^ 3 coU are wtthout etup.oyn.ent and 20
VMPSfc 150.000 Jew. live, about ,0 000 are on special Jewish relief. In a group of
cities of .be province of Hesse, It Is ** *a*. 44j8t ff esti
Jewlsb population are destitute. In Posen Wg" "j*
mated thai 33 85 per cent of the Jews are dependent upon otners
for food, clothing and other necessities. lmnefnllv to the
In their present plight the Jews of Germany look hopefully to tne
Jew. or America where the Joint Distribution Committee Is seeking
in raise Jiiir.o.ooo this year for overseas aid.
t0Coungeni upon raising this sum. the J.D.C has announ cedtb at It
will allot $1,300,000 for work In Germany, principally 'or loans and
credit aid. emigration, vocational trailing;. prov dingschoolfc"le
to .;........ Jewish children, and general welfare aid. I his WO* lll M
carried out by the Itelchsvertretung der Juden, the union of Jewish
, inisations In Germany, through Its operating agency, the Zentrai
A,;TehJ8Dc"eupon"tbe nW.Si., wi.l allot $850,000 to carry out
general Rid. vocational training, emigration and economic aid for the
thousands of homeless Jewish refugees who have fled tci prance. IMr
g urn. Holland, Czechoslovakia, and elsewhere, one of whom Is shown
"o hertypical activities carried on In behalf of the Jews In (fa*
v are: (Photo 2) a classroom under the supervision of the *
e mol department of the Ueichvertretung; (Photo 3) a group
o .lews In Germany receiving trade training to enable them
i r to emigrate overseas as pictured inPhoto5; and Photo
.; ;i welfare Investigator Is shown an empty cupboard In J&ffk
i home ol one Ol the tio.noo destitute Jews In lierlin. y .*\;,:
w4 %\\i
A Seder n ghl
ii in ii vll
house .
i |< anlln and Joy
a little Llthua
my father'i
ihine fri in
every nook, everything has I.....n
scrubbed and polished to gli > lug
brlRhtness. Fresh white liner,
sparkling holiday dishes, and nil
the family dressed In brand new
- lothes delivered by the tailor a
bare half-hour before sunset in
our hearts, too, pulses something
new .-mil fresh and bright, bright
us the Beven candles burning In
the glistening brass candelabrum
thai stands on the tn wy tjiil--
linili My father is ;i king, my
mother n queen. \nd 1 see mysell
:e ,-i little prince, ;i real king's sun
With every nerve In my body I
fee! a new freedom, 1 Mill I
n bird: No teacher, no cheder, no
everyday burdens.
My father and I sit in regal lux-
ury, leaning against soft, warm
white pillows', Red wine nils the
gaily ornamented goblets, large
and small. My rather chants the
kiddush, a proud full-throated
son: ". Who hasl sanctified
us with Thy commandments and
has) found pleasure in us Ami
my young heart is filled with joy,
with grateful delighl thai I was
born ii Jew,
How gloriously beautiful are the
platters bearing the covered mat-
zoth! What mystery I can reel In
the ceremony! The egg nnd the
bone, the hitter herbs and the ha-
reseth are transformed Into mystic
symbols before my eyes. No longer
ordinary egg and Iwne and herbs.
hut ii,,. essence of some nnfa-
thomed sei lit.
Now :i!1 is is suddenly silent
Gravely my fatl i r i egards me. My
mother's etaze, li>. fixes Itself on
me. and by the Joyful brightness
- f her eves I can tell thai it Is
ol |y o Itli h greal effort thai she
II from coming ovei
in me and giving me r kiss. Even
though she does restrain herself I
run feel that klSS, And in my
small voice, trembling with excite
mi ni. I ask the four questions:
"Wherefore Is this night distin-
guished from all other nights "
Gravely my father answers: "Be-
cause We were skives unto l'har
in h ."
He answers my questions an
gravely ;is if they were entirely
new to him, as if such questions
had never even occurred lo liiin
before, and as if the answer, too,
were something new. an answer
thai had Just come to his mind.
How happy I am thai God with 11 -
mighty arm rescued us from Egypt!
Had it not been fur Him I. too,
would now be a slave ill Egypt. I
would be mixing nuirlar and
struggling to make bricks without
straw, and as I labored the whip
if the taskamster would lash my
little back.
Then comes the delightful tale
of Rabbi Elasar hen Azarlah, He
was only is years old when lie be-
came recognized as a greal Bage
And because some one might have
laughed, saving: "A fine sage thai
is .just a beardless youth," Cud lei
a miracle come to pass, and over
night gave htm a long white beard
so thai he looked like a man of
to. That is why it is written:
"Verily 1 am like a man of Tn yenn
of age." "I look as if I were 70,'
is what Rabbi Elasar meant, "but
actually l am only is years old."
How i wish and hope tor Buch a
miracle, for a long while beard to
grow on my own face overnight!
How- i would prize such a long
white beard!
My father reaches thai porlli n
of the Haggadah that tells of the
tour different types of children.
IV en we come to the wicked son
"What --a.vs the wicked sun 7"
ray childish wrath flares up, my
whole being is tilled with fury, I
want to have thai wicked son be-
fore me, i" beal him with my fists
(ill he is black and blue, to leach
him a lessi n he will never forget
Pool, wicked fool! What s dread-
ful thing lo say! "What mean
you by this service <" you ask. Bui
what do you mean by using the
word "you?" I.itle though you de-
serve it. are not you a Jew also1'
I become sn avenging angelI
would i< 11 him, tear him to pieces.
Hut my anger soon gives way
to laughter: We have reached
"him who hath no capacity to In-
quire." Such Ignorani e such sim-
ple-mindedness! He must he a half-
withe knows untiling at all, not
even the story of the Passover. 1
rail see ]USl what lie would look


V, diiy. March 19, 1937
TIIK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
Page Pirti >
Important
Message
Many ol our readers have writ-
o8 to help theni Mil-
cold Puzzles .01 co 1 ...
. grant thla request 1 Is
n would like every one
; prixe, but we hav tuou*
, readers and all arc anxious
1, is nj in each 'in,- to
,, own puzlea with the
(I elr Mends.
igh ibis contest oui news-
peg in gain tor oui c.uid
, many new friend -. We
r the] Hi be pleasantly sur-
I 1 iis delight!nlly different
. 1, h iti its Prize c rop
and always Ca< tory-fresi),
, mity is knock'ng at your
. b e one ol t.'i >ae w ho tins
l I iliis routes 1 Ihei Is
my of time. All you have
: is to go to your nearest
-. dealer an I ask i..... |C-
I official Old Gold Puzzle
i together wiiIi lull ru'es
gulal ions abonl the c ntest.
the Instructions carefully
II will i entered in the
at once. If your dealer can-
in.1 -iipidy you with these puzzles,
si mi your request to tin- news-
1 1 r and ii will be given Immedl-
ttention. Success to yi u.
Daytona Beach
Notes

BKST WISHES
for ;i
HAPPY I*ASS()\ EH
j Puritan Dairy,

Passover services will be usher '.
in at Temple Israel Friday u
ing at 7 o'clock, Saturday morn
Ing services begin at a. in. when
Rabbi A. s. Klelnfeld will pi each
on a Nation With A Hunan Mes-
sage." Saurday night services be-
gin at 7 ; 111. Sunday mi i'Clnx
services begin at :i o'clock when
the Rabbi will proach on "Freedom I
and Justice." The last two days of I
Pasover beglnlng nexi Tiiursday j
evening Rabbi Klelnfeld will preach j
on "Passover Sentiments" and
Saturday morning Rabbi Kii infe'd
will preach immediately preceding J
the Memorial services on 'Ruili
lion."
Inc.
163 N. E. 31t'.i S..
prone 3-5:33
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MURRAY AND ALAN
Prominent entertainers will will appear Sunday night at the concert
sponsored by Cantor Schlachman at the central Elementary School.
j PASSOVER GREETINGS
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL CAMPERS AND FRIENDa '
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CamD Wohelo for Girls
EIGHTH SEASON

pf the
HouBe of Art Jewelry
21 Lincoln Road
I The Makers of j
i THAT GOOD j
Moon Kist
Ice Cream
and i ilstributors 11
ROYAL PALM MILK
I EXTEND BEST WISHES I
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
L T. WATSON
cf INDUSTRIAL LIFE 6. HEALTH INS. CO.
Postal Blc.'g. Miami
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MR AND MRS. R. W. (BOB) RALSTON
MIAMI BEACH
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Ov ier and Director
Fcr Inform't on
PHONE 3-4922
JEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
BEST WISHES FOR .\ HAPPY PASSOVER
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EXCHANGE
RIVERSIDE LAUNDRY &
LINEN SUPPLY, Inc.
434 W. Flagler St. 28173
S W. 2nd Ave. and Curb Market
THE FINEST IN SEA FOODS
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AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER '
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PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL THE JEWISH PEOPLE
\\M. !" PRANTZ
SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO. %mJ
C1-21 N Miami Ave.
Benjamin Moore Company's Complete Lin. of Paints
-The Complete Paint Store
SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc.
900 Lincoln Read
Miami Bea.h
We Extend the Hand of |
Good Fellowship
| to All on j
PASSOVER I
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IHUNTER LYONS
Incorporated
GENERAL AGENT
Security Building
Phone 2-8437
Miami. Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Schick Shaver Service Shop
Buy from a Specialist
I A. ANDRESS
v W ith St Phone 3
33 AT THE SEMINOLE PR.NT.NG COMPANY
Lj S/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/H/ZZ/2/f?
BEST WISHES
tin- ;i
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS <>N PASSOVER
FAIRFAX HOTEL
G. B. SMITH. Mgr.
*-.....*x........^Th^wss*
Overlooking the Baj
. nrlomi thilt Satisfy. Overlooking t S|
] I MIAMI BEACH PHARMACY, Inc. [}
Service itli a Smile"
"Prescription Delivery''
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
With a Fine Line of Liquors and Wines
ALEX A. De BROCQ
W. B. STOKES
Proprietors
Washinr-tn Ave. at Fifth St.
.MIAMI BEACH
OPEN ALL YEAR
251 E. Flagler St.
Miami. Fla. l^J
Phone 5-3922


I* ,. s xteen
THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
Friday, March 19, ujJ
Among i! 01 e returning to Miami
t peml Hie Passover holidays
Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld ii>>
, a i her parents Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Kronenfeld and Miss Jeanette
Spector who "ill be with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .1
Spector.
With the c-li.sing of resist nit ion
h kit In Miami ai the City Hall,
those entitled to register for the
, uni .im city elei tlona may regUt< -
ai their home precincts beginning
nexi Tuesday, March 30th. Satur-
,!,,,. April lth m be the last day
i.n the payment of poll taxes,
tact iinu the Seaboard Air Line
passei ger I affic lias shown a 30
i c nt Ini r< use up to March -i
ovei last year, the Twin Orange
Bloss in Spe lals will !>< run un-
til the 22nd of April tor south-
hound nvel from New York in I
i,, the 21th for I le northbound
trip C E. Bell, passenger tratfli
mannger ol the Si aboard, Bald to
,; u This the first time In manv
i that these t wo < rack Sea<
!, arcl trains have been run so
late n the season
The indication of a lengthet ing
season i- s lown by 11>*- heavy hotel
reservations tor April and May.
which are surpassing 111. record of
last year made prominent by the
m ir st all rrom many states, I i
nether with the substantial rail
patronage being accorded trans,
portatlon lines.
Events are to top events in
Miami's social and sports calen-
dars chalked with many Interna-
tional attractions. Racing fans
have shifted their attention from
Hlaleah Park to Tropical Park for
the opening 'if n.e spring meats.
Unique in the months' offering will
be the $7,600 prise Miami Deep
Fishing Tournament, the opening
of the ami hltheatre for open air
opera, and the Miami Reach Birth-
day holiday set for March 26th.
On the West Coast. St, Pete -
burg attracts attention by Us Fes-
tival of States, scheduled for
March 29th to April 3rd. In the
wek Of revelry, fantasia i 0t Idles
and floats aie to vie tor prizes In
a lively pageantry of mask proces-
sions and masquerade balls. The
novelties of the parade will range
in,m Noah's Ark en Wheels
unaided by life slse rubber Inflated
elephants, 80-foot drag ns with
the grotesque and beautiful lecor
ated by floral clubs as a striking
finale of the event. The st Peters-
burg Havana Races are scheduled
roi March 28th.
PAASEN HERE MONDAY
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FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
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,,.. ror a study of Jewish c ndl-f
Uou ii, "as with the Ethiopian !
,-,., ,.s m the resistance against f
Italy and has just arrived from I ,
span wher........ml ai the out- Miami 1111 bhOj)
break of the civil war | town R PflOK
,ndge Julian Mack of the United]
States Circuit Court of Appeals and
outstanding Zlonlsl leader will
(pile
the evening.
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, 0( the guesl speakers during j
346 S. Miami Ave.
! n is Our Pleasure to Kxtend to All Our Jewish Frit-mli
HAPPY PASSOVER
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HAPPY PASSOVER
James Hotel
302 S Miami Ave.
MIAMI
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Chemical Co.
334 W. Flagler St.
Dlsl Ibutors for
0 K AUTO POLISH |
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Wyaidotte Detergent I
Hotel Sanitary anil Janitor
and Patrons Our Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
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CALL 3-3955
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Night Calls 2 "423
I I I I. _! m ^.'i n
IT'S SWELL TO FEEL SWELL!
For Wholesome Smoking, Demand FRESH Cigarettes!
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Let! "crotchety"... They dubbed mc "bad news" in the store: I was always 10
iitterv. The thanuc from a strong cigarette i" bland and fr< .'> OUl Golds helped
Jne tot Ida Mac Cone (salesgirl), Kansas t ity, Mo.
I'm hot for O cool smoke I stoke a blast furnace seven hours a .lav and 1 like
W COOl off with a cool smoke. The freshness of Old Colds makes em cool. That
weather-proof package is the berries.^ ^ ^ ^.^^ pit(sburgh> Pa.
YOU CAN'T BUY A
STALE OLD GOLD
HEN they're stale, the finest tobaccos
in the world neither taste good ..
nor are good for you.
That's why there's an EXTRA jacket
of Cellophane on every package of Old
Golds. Two jackets of finest mi ai re
proof Cellophane, instead ol one,
Old Golds from dampness, dryness dust,
and every other foe *>f cigarette enjoy-
ment.
After a long smoking day, these truly
fresh Double-Mellow Old Golds leave
your tongue free from bite, your throat
free from scratch, and yourself refreshed.
You'll never go stale on fresh Old
Golds!
P. LORILLARD COMPANY, Inc.
(Established 1760)
IT'S THE EXTRA JACKET!
Every pack of Double-Mellow OLD GOLDS
is wrapped in TWO jacketsdouble Cel-
lophane. That extra jacket keeps OLD
GOLD in prime condition in any climate.
You can't buy a stale OLD GOLD.
jm
Eases high tension ... A newspaper womanofttO
snuikis a jot in case the nervous tension out ii
doesn't always work, if the tobacco isn't iresn.
That's where your double Cellophane |
lulps; ii keeps O. Gs. fresh as today's headlines,
gentle to the net ves.
Mi u.i BetteIs(societyreporter),Bridgeport,< on*
< opyrlgtt. INT, IV V. UHUMaCB.. 1"
Yoo Still Have Time to Win That $100,000.00 First Prize!
Enter OLD GOLD'S $200,000.00 Contest Now. Postcard brings Entry Blank and all Puzzles to date. Address: Old Gold Contest, P. O. Box .