The Jewish Floridian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00477

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
wJewish Floridian
w
contuse Yfoe Jewiisti HlmSty
3&JL QJUAAj&Vd&s>ASu&''
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 14.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 8, 1938
"-* J l ------- -
PRICE FIVE CENT8
LOVE TRIUMPHS
OVER NAZI-ISM
Irvington, N. J., (WXS)A Ger-
man Jew's love for an Aryan (ierninn
girl triumphed over Nazi racialism
when Mrs. Charlotte Israel, newlyweil
wife of Egon Israel, a German-Jewish
refugee, gave birth to a son in the
Irvington General Hospital shortly af-
ter she became Mrs. Israel.
Naming her son Peter Franklin Is-
rael, the middle name being in honor
of President Roosevelt, Mrs. Israel
said "Hitler shall never have him now
he shall be an Americun." Her
marriage and motherhood climaxed
several months of excitement for Mrs.
Israel. Israel fled to America several
rmiDths ago to escape two years' im-
prisonment in Germany for "race de-
filement" but his wife to-be, the for-
mer Charlotte Knaak. was arrested
when she tried to cash a check for
passage he had sent her. With the
aid of the American consul in Ham-
burg she was released and arrived
in Irvington just before the birth of
the baby when Mayor Percy Miller
married the couple after waiving the
three-day residence requirement.
New York (W.NS) The German
refugees who are thronging to the
New York public schools have raised
the cultural level of the evening
schools, according to Morris E. Sie-
gel, director of evening and continua-
tion schools, who reported that 3.VI0
refugees are attending evening classes
and 500 are enrolled in day classes.
To meet this demand two schools have
been set aside for refugees, one open
all day and the other open in the
evening.
Nationwide Passover
Broadcast April 14th
To Be Heard Locally
A Passover program under the ans-
plcea of the Doited Palestine Appeal
will be broadcast over a nationwide
hookup of the Columbia Broadcasting
System on Thursday evening, April
14th, from 10:00 to 10:30 p. m.. and
will be heard in Miami over Station
WQAM.
This broadcast will take place one
day before the beginning of the Pass-
over holiday which commemorates the
deliverance of the Jewish people from
bondage under the Egyptian Pharoah.
The program for this broadcast will
consist of a talk by Dr. Stephen S.
Wise. Chairman of the Executive
Committee of the United Palestine
Appeal: Frederick Schorr, noted basso
of the Metropolitan Opera Company ;
ritual music by the Free Synagogue
Choir under the direction of A. W.
Hinder, conductor; and narration by
David Ross of the Columbia Studios.
German Americans
To Combat Nazis
JEWISH GHAFFIRS
RESCUE ARABS
Jerusalem (WXS Palcor Agency)
The heroism of five Jewish ghaffirs
who braved the flames of a terrorist-
set fire was responsible for the rescue
of an Arab father, mother and infant
trapped in a burning house. Enter-
ing the Arab village of Mujeidal, an
Arab gang set fire to the hoipe of
the Shayit famihj-w*en- the dcimrml
for money was refused.
The Arab neighbors standing- by
Newark. N. J.. (WXS)A nation-
wide campaign against Nazi propa-
ganda in the United States was ap-
proved by the convention of the Fed-
eration of German-American Clubs,
representing groups from IS cities.
The convention called on Americans
to eliminate all side Issues from the
fundamental thesis of sound democra-
cy versue criminally unsound Fascism
and announced plans for enlisting
the aid of religious, veterans', patrio-
tic and other groups to counteract
Nazi propaganda. A special conven-
tion to further the campaign was
called for Milwaukee in September.
EGYPT ELECTS
JEWISH DEPUTY
Cairo (WXS) Ketiaih (atawy
Bey. son of Cataw.v Pasha, a Jewish
millionaire, became the first Jew to
win a seat in the Egyptian chamber
of deputies when he was elected as
an Independent, pro-government and
unti-Wafdist deputy from Komombo
iu the province of Assnan.
were afraid to enter the burning
house. Five Jewish ghaffirs guarding
the Migdal Zcdck ipiarries near by-
were attracted by the flames and ar-
rived in time to pull the half burned
victims from the structure. Imme-
diately afterward the villagers Sailed
ii|k>ii the district authorities to assign
to tin-in several Jewish watchmen.
E
BY GUILT! VERDICT IN CDUR
JEW-BAITING
T IN COURT OE CR
That the citizenry of Dude County
will not stand for Jew baiting in any
form was definitely proven when a
jury In the Court of Crimes with
Judge Wayne Allen presiding on Wed-
nesday, March 2*Jnd. last, found C.
W. Cumminga guilty of using profane,
vulgar ami indecent language in a
public place in Miami.
tcivntinn happened In front of the
Elk's Club at JSast Flagler street and
Third avenue.
Aroused by the language, Martin
brought the matter before Justice of
the Peace Ferguson nnd it was sent
to the office of County Solicitor Rob-
ert Taylor, who has jurisdiction in
such matters. The County Solicitor
filed an information in this matter
I .Ol IS J. HAMEL
Assistant County Solicitor who
prosecuted (he case in the Court of
Crimes for Dude County.
Last December sixth, C. W. Cnm-
mings, who *s an agent for a tourist
travelling agency in Miami in an al-
tercation with Dan Martin also known
as Dave Rodinsky. an agent for n
rival company, according to testimony,
railed Martin a "Jew bastard" and
s Jewusing a vile epithet. The al-
ROBT. R. TAYLOR
County Solicitor for Dsde County
under whose direction the informn-
tion was filed and prosecution was
conducted.
and the case was brought to trial in
the Court of Crimes. Mr. Taylor as-
signed Assistant County Solicitor
Louis Hamel. the only Jewish ap-
pointee in the office, to prosecute the
case. Mr. Norris McElya. a former
member of the Florida Legislature,
defended Cummings.
In his plea to the jury which was
composed of citizens from various sec-
tions of Dade County, all non-Jews,
Mr. Hamel plead for an eradication
of racial hatreds. In his plea be
turned to the individual members of
the jury and asked, "would you like
to be called Protestant .... or
a Catholic, or a Methodist.....
coupling your religious faith with any
vile epithet?" Judge Allen explained
the provisions of Statute 7685 of the
Florida Laws of 1M'J7 under which
the prosecution was brought. In a
JEWISH WAR VET
POST ORGANIZED
An organization meeting of the
Jewish War Veterans of the I'. S. A.
was held last Sunday at the V. II. II.
A. The opening address was delieered
by Junior Vice Commander Lowrey of
the Army and Navy Union. Col. Lot*
rey brought greetings from the Ann]
and Navy Union and stressed the im-
portance of the organization and nafd
of a Jewish War Veteran Post here
ill Miami, and cited the fact that
this would complete the Circle of Vet-
eran Organisations in this area.
Addresses were also made by the
National Junior Comiiiander-iii-Chief.
Harry M. Wengrow. Atlanta, (in.,
and A. K. Reisman. Deputy Chief of
Staff, also of Atlanta. Col. Sidney
II. Palmer also (poke lauding and
stressing 'he need of such an organi-
zation.
Among those present were Comrade
Michael, Past Commander of the In-
dianapolis Post of the Jewish War
Veterans. Among those signing the
charter was Solouian Radinsky, Mi-
ami Beach, awarded the distinguished
Service Medal for overseas during the
World War. Other prominent Jewish
Veterans present who are charter
in. mil. 1- of the new post are: H. H.
Furr. Col. Sidney Palmer. Harry
tfarkowits, Herman Ginsberg, Eugene
J. Weiss, William Karon, Frank
Klein, Jules Weiss. Joseph Kiisvh-
baum, Harry Oliphant. Samuel Cold
stein and Abe S. Goldman.
Temporary officers were elected
and installed by National Vice Coui-
mander were: Barry H. Fair. Com-
mander; Harry Markowitz. Senior
Vice Commander; Abe S. Goldman.
Junior Vice Commander; Herman
Ginsberg; Quartermaster; Eugene .1.
Weiss, Adjutant.
Permanent officer! will be
at mi early date and will be installed
at a public installation with National
officers in charge,
der to perpetuate American Ideals.
The aims and purposes of the Ji w-
ish War Veterans- of the United States
are: To be of greater service to the
United St.nes and one another in or-
All Jewish War Veterans of the
Miami area are invited to communi-
cate with any one of the officers and
make application for membership
The chatter will be held open for a
period of thirty days to enable those
Who could not attend this morning's
meeting to become charter members.
PRAYER FOR AID
TO BE OFFERED
JUDGE WAYNE ALLEN
Of the Court of Crimes who pre-
sided at the trial.
short time the jury returned with a
verdict of guilty.
A motion for n new trill was made
which was over-ruled ty Judje Allen.
Editor's Note: This story was not
published previously because of the
motion for a new trial which was
pending.)
IEWISH MEMBER
REBUKES INSULT
New York (WNSiA Paasorer
plea of supplication asking heavenly
help for "a world that is very sick
and whose pains Israel is especially
niade to feel" ami praying for deliv-
erance, as in Kiblical times, for the
"'large numbers of our brethren in
other lauds, in these times of darkness
and stress." has been drafted "with
great sorrow in our hearts," by a
committee of the Synagogue Council
of America for reading in synagogues
and temples brought throughout the
country on the Sabbath before Pass-
over. Friday veiling. April 8th, anil
Saturday morning. April Oth. Tho
prayer was issued by Dr. Silas Mar-
golis of Mt. Vernoii. chairman of tho
Council, which unites all shades of
rabbinical and spiritual lay authority
representing Reform. Conservative and
Orthodox Jewry.
The prayer will he read in the reg-
ular services preceding the prescribed
prayer for the United States Govern-
ment.
Asking the Lord to note "the multi-
tudes of our brethren who have been
slain, wounded, driven out of their
native lands, robbed of their posses
sions. hurled from places of eminence
which they had deservedly rcachsd,''
the prayer beseeches heavenly help
and cries for "speedy deliverance to
the sons and daughters of Israel who
are singled out for persecution be-
cause they bear the name of a people
Consecrated to Thy service. Lord of
the spirit! of all flesh, who didst teach
justice and love to the world, deliver
all men and women of whatever race
or creed, where they suffer. because
liberty and right are overthrown by
the wicked arrogancy of those who
boast their brutal power and brazenly
deny Tby teachings of righteousness,
Father of mankind, come quickly, and
illumine the whole world that the
ihadows may flee away, that all hat-
red and iniquity may driven out of
human hearts.
Reveal the height of Thy spirit so
thai :lll nations, laces ami creeds be
ennobled. Strengthen liberty and jus-
,-. in the commonwealth! of men.
Plant pity and compassion and lo\e
of peace In human hearts. May those
who arc in authority recogniae that
not power hut righteousness esalteth
nation, in the world's redemption
from evil may Thy servant. Israel,
find its salvation. May Thy Kingdom
of truth, justice, love and peace come
speedily."
London (WNS8)Enianticl Shin-
well, l.ahorite member for the Sea-
ham Harbor constituency, interrupted
the placid proceedings of 'lie House
of Commons by administering ilap
in the flea to Commander R. T Pow-
er. Conservative, who had broken into
the Jewish member's questioning of
Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs
Richard A. Rutler by telling him to
"go hack to Poland." Enraged by
the insult. Shinwell rushed across the
room anil slapped Rower and then
left the house after apologizing to the
Speaker.
After Shinwell's departure, Rower
Apologised to the Iloust and said he
would have apologised to Shinwell too
if he had stayed. Shinwell was not
poni In Poland but in London in 18S4.
He is one of the key figures in the
Labor Party. He was minister of
mines in the Labor governments of
1024 and 10.10 nnd also served ns fin
niiriiil secretary to the War Office
from 1029 to 1030.
URUGUAY WILL
ADMIT REFUGEES
Monterido, Uruguay iWXsi-Ref-
ugees and persecuted -lews from Eu-
rope will he admitted to I'riiguav,
President elect Cciieral Alfredo Bald-
emir announced In an interview with
the Sun. English-language newspaper.'
His announcement was made in con-
nection with Uruguay'! acceptance of
an invitation to cooperate in tho
American plan for international aid to
refugees from (Icrmiuiy and Austria.
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming Sunday morning
over Station WKAT (1600 k.
c.) at 9 o'clock. It's full of
interesting news and com-
ments and music.


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

I

CHETY
RNAI R'RITH TO MEET
A:. important business meeting
! B : Irk Lodfe will Se
t B : Talmud .
hall i ; April IS
1
r. attorney of ICiasai
:. I
N | .n to
--ent the fecal Louise at I.
I.VNDOSIX DAIRIES TO ENTERTAIN AT SI PIER Moees which will combine the bu-
ll! be made. Bo PROTTM FAS90YBB Mrs. Max S IS of the coming
\ MliRWSlON 3 W 17:1 1 arith the poaaibUitiea
..-.-- :;i events in Europe,
the ftaaacial standing of tfc* Lodge r : if Mr. Shapiros mother, A mat lure will follow.
A report 0f tne Anti-Defam..: Sea Deiriee at 3 Mra. Morris S
gartagre< i C F .- Mn Harrj YTein- SEA BBBEZE HOTEL TO
ra in Dade Coast? will S' prat rar.ped Co hav, ; are, MA A I HAVE BEDOBOI
All merer- ..-': :. all ita ei r was i lurini rhe Sea Brew Hotel, operated by
The membeil arc eoksi all Lmong tk* gaeau : Mr. Mr. Joe Kubin will provide for the
\ Z A nallatfea at Bel "' i M I' r, Mr. end gneeta for the
D v _- April utl a K Mi Mn entin Passover week and special ar-
l orajaj I A :'.s keea s y v j ... j will be made for the ob-
:' r ... y .. M ^,won 8oiet .
dairj pi tad the Maehj Skiriej Pepper
ami two Babbit will rei ...
Hit! | Udaj O E > l 11 \PTER TO
- '. ." r Ha I im ik i : BE GCBST8
iD : at which the dab wil era of Emanak Chapter
Ekanday evening at 1 staining I N 175.0. E. 8 tad their haabaadi
B Palai dak a: eight-thirty. cream, are invited to a "Get Togetker Party" DAIRY PRODI CTS TO
Dai ng < aer. roosts cd Mr. aad Mra. > I PROVIDE KOSHER PRODITTS
* '"' ** v- i: ''' : tbairloaM 1673 Noca- i, iccordaace with a custom of
JINTOR HAOA8SAH TO
HOLD DINNER
nee of the traditional Passover
.:-.-. next Friday and Saturday
A promiaeat Cantor will di-
: ritual both nights and
Paaaorei cuisine will be mi i i d
to iature a gala I >li lay observance.
"...-... ;.-...
: Romers to identify it,
tif will tea*
table deearatkwi i ...
u i 10 be bar tart\ v
Parori Mrs. Irving Fr iak of Miai Bead
at M :. lay evening. April
11th, :.: 7 :"N) p. m.
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
company which has been especially
set aside for the production of Pass-
over products during the entire week
of Passover. Each bottle and packag-
will bear a faseimile of the Rabbis
[ | signatures nud will enable the custo-
mer tn ascertain tot himself as to th>>
proper supervision. No advance in
prieea will be made. Those desiring
i.i obtain theae Passover products are
umed to notify their drivers imme-
diately. First delivery will be made
the morning preceding the holiday.

DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED
PASSOVER WINES PROVIDED
The Manhattan Beer Distributors.
Inc.. announce that Rabbis Moses
Mescheloff and Abraham A. Kellner
were in charge of the bottling of fine
Califirnia wines locally for distribu-
tion in this area for the Pasover
trade. The fine Montora wines known
for quality throughout the country is
being sold to the trade for distribution
to the general public in Port, Tokay.
Muscatel, Malaga, Sherry and Haut
Banterae flavors. Each bottle bean
the distinct labels of both Rabbi G.
Eataatan of San Francisco who iu-
perviaed its manufacture and the local
Rabbit who supervised bottling.
Reasonable prices are being quoted.
Cnrmel wines in the original packages
direct from the wine cellars of the
Palestinian colonies are being handled
years standing, the Miami Home Milk
Producer's Association will again
supply its many customers with the
., n prodncta snch as sweet I locally by the Manhattan Beer Dis-

_ |. ..
ad it an-
I
-
-
I u wot to i S

SENIOR HADASSAH
TO MEET twmt nnd !0ur crcam cottage tribnton and bear the signatures of
",; '' > r Had .. ancl butter ptt.parwi jn gtricl the late Rabbi Kook. Chief Rabbi of
meeting a(VOr,ianoe with dietarv laws under Paleatiae, who supervised its kottUag
A -'p- ,he supervision of a mashgiach t; ra ago.. Those desiring either the
A y Bar- bj i^,,;: M ... >...',; ,ff of Mlami local or imported wines are asked to
s -IB. B a : .: A. KeH,,.:- Mr. Be, Fleemaa who la in
I of M uni, The matgiaefa will reside charge of Paatorer wine- for the com-
: offl-
the H
B M
'. -
.
- -
.

\
VOTE FOR D. STUART GILLIS CANDIDATE
fl^ For JUSTICE OF
wM Bf SUPREME
to k*M COURT Group One
\ / \ CHAPTER TO
BE IN^T \1 1 .ED
I foi Of ;
eg
rill | el
Mrs. Jot ,' IVilliami a,
N the joint
':!--' 1; .
Miami
with offi-
- al the Blackstone
Hotel VI B ntativea
8 Dthern States will attend.
- ated by I i any.
Camp Wohelo for Girls
86 miles from Washington, D. < .; o miles from
Baltimore, Md.; in the heart of the Blue Rid.--
Mountains,
NINTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
A. Z. A. (Jui ; national reputation
B'riti win on. rians
for mass
Dg at the Blackstone oa Sunday
'' '' April lltb evening. April 24. at wfcicb time Ha-
lo Kaplan Hall a) ; .. ... ... 1;ng bv
'-' M" N Uag ciric organ-
nt of the fi Lodg i who will extend greetingt and
( B"i > it chain .
' A z A v Another event of importance will
- ; annual "Thrift Luncheon" at
- will Mr. Elry Stone, which tke local chapter will entertain
w\
'Tifi:
FURNITVBE
. -XAt.KJiT,
KAaasi wuLum
15
president B B'rith
' sr.c Mr Isaac I.-
at of -L I.- :_ aad ictive in
A mn
ad refrei
the visitors. This luncheon, patern-
ed after the famous school luncheon
which Had:;-- terret to Palestinian
children, will be held in Kaplan Hall
of Temp".e Israel under the joint
A chairmanship of Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
....
I their hit h arv inrited
L_
and Mr- I. til Harta on Tuesday,
16th.
Aa : anij sight-
' I : lai ned tor the Wed-
H sessions
doa,
A: -" doat -mess meet-
g. Babbi Max Shapiro will speak
""anted: Another
For information heipful to
-liter-.
write or phone
Bertha Berkowich Levy
- OWNER and DIRECTOR
1625 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI. FUV
Phone 8-1921'
America's
Most Beautiful
Greyhound Track
Bz^ses from Bordinc'g
Direct to Track, 10c
Only 3 Miles From
Diwntswn Ma
U/EHFLflOLER
KEnriEL CLUB
m
. at 3itk. (hr^
MIAMI STORE ONLY
VANITY FAIR BRIEFS
M. L. MARCUS CO.
Office Supplies ard Furniture
Desk*. Chair*. Files. Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
* P c. f -f. st. Ph. i-iar
f(>ool and
Sheer!
$1.00
and
$2.00
They weigh next to nothing, are easily laundered
and pack compactly if you travel
"Sunnisilk"
Each......
(sketched), sheer mesh
briefs,
. $1.00
Diaphanique exquisite briefs of 100c pure .uk
with lace lastex at waist and leg. Each .... $2.00
durditiQ's
MIAMI MIAMI KACM


FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
1029 N. W. 1st Street
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE

LATE FRIDAY EVENING
The last .service in the series of
late pridajr evening services will take
jilaee. this coming Friday evening ut
8:16. Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the services and Cuntor Louis
Hayman assisted by the Beth David
choir will chant the liturgic melodies.
Rabbi Shapiro will dsicuss the sub-
ject "Another Season GoneA Retro-
spection !"
The termination of these additional
Friduy evening services does not mean
that all services are ending at the
synagogue for this year. Our regular
daily services, 7:30 a. m., and (1 :.'!0
p. m.. Hnbhath services, Friday even-
ing at 0:15 and Saturday morning at
8:30. Hebrew clusses and Sunday
School continue throughout the year.
The synagogue is open at all times
for worship or consultation with the
Rabbi.
SABBATH SERVICES
During the service Saturday morn-
ing at 8:30 Rabbi Shapiro will preach
in Yiddish on the subject: "The (ireat
SabbathGreat for What?"
This Sabbath precedes the Passover
Festival and is outstanding in all its
characteristics from all the other Sab-
baths of the year. Members and
friends are urged to attend.
PASSOVER HOSPITALITY
In the earliest biblical history we
read the story of Abraham inviting
the three strangers into his tent and
immediately providing them with food
and other bodily comforts. Ever since
hospitality has been one of the finest
Traits of the Jew. A Jewish home
and hospitality should be synony-
mous. What Jewish home in the
memory of our immediate ancestors
hut had on the Sabbath (nnd on week
lays also) an "Orech." a stranger?
Passover, in particular, is a time
when the table in a real Jewish bonta
is stretched to capacity in order to
accomodate everyone that might oth-
erwise be deprived from partaking in
the unique Seder service. "The more
the merrier" certainly obtains in the
chanting of the Hagadah.
In planning for Seder guests, we
would urge upon our members and
friends to include whenever possible
college students from the University
of Miami who are prevented from go-
ing to their homes for Passover. Pro-
vide Passover hospitality to these
Jewish students. Make your Seder
I happier one by including among
your quests "the stranger within your
Rates."
PASSOVER
"With all the trad-
itions of the Seder
ritual ....
. And a service
and cuisine as only
at the Alamac.
Your hosts,
-ft.'
7amijy
fccki
1st Seder Frl. Apr. 15
2nd Seder, Sat. Apr 16
ALAMAC HOTEL
Colling and 13th
Miami' Beach
Reservations 5-2926
LOUIS HAYMAN, Exec. Sec.
149 N. W. 6th Street
Phone 2-5574
MUTUAL RESPECT
A beautiful precedent is being set
by Mr. A. L. Isaacs, principal of Ada
Merntt Junior High School in the es-
tablishment of two distinct services
for Christian and Jewish students,
"oparately, next Tuesday in commemo-
'ation of the Easter and Passover
holidays. Rabbi Max Shapiro has
been asked to take charge of the Jew-
ish service for the students to be held
independent of the Christian service.
though both will take place simultan-
eOMly. It is this splendid spirit of
mutual respect for one's religious af-
filiations that can bring about closer
fellowship and harmony. Our deep-
est appreciation for such a fine char-
acter as Mr. Isaacs.
RADIO PROGRAM
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the radio hour over station WIOD
this Sunday from 3:30 to 4:00 p. m.
Cantor Louis Hayman. assisted by
the Beth David choir will he in charge
of the musical part of the program.
In view of the action of President
David Sisterhood will serve as hos-
tesses this coming Sunday morning to
the children of our institution at a
specially prepared "Seder Table."
The Sunday preceding I'nssover has
been designated as the annual Seder
party for our children, so that the
hoys an] girll will be familiar with
the many customs ami ceremonies
when they til around the Seder table
with their respective families, in ad-
dition to the Passover edibles to be
served everything about the Hagadah
will he explained. \\V ask all par
cms to see to it that their children
arrive al our Sunday school prompt!]
at 10:00 a. m.
MCHIRAS CHOMAYTZ
This is to advise the members and
friends (,f Beth David Congregation
who are deeiroua of complying with
the religious laws of "Mchiras Clio-
mayts" to communicate with th.' Hah
bi. The correct procedure of the
strict compliance with the Jewish law
will be under the personal supervision
of Babbl Shapiro. The significance
of this law will I.....xplained to any-
one win, is interested.
lliililHilHmiiitiiiiiimHHMiiimil
IIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIMHIlNi;
E. C. KQG<;. Jr.
President of the Land-O-Sun
Dairies at Miami Beacli, who will
supply ruslomers with Kosher dairy
products.
KOSHER ZI0N
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
Meats
NOW OBTAINABLE EVERY-
WHERE IN FLORIDA
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN'
'iiimiiiiiiuiiinnui
Roosevelt anil Secretary Hull in pre-
paring an international conference to
'.insider the refugee problem nnd that
the government of the United States
has taken the initiative thrcby exer-
cising a high moral leadership in a
Cause Which touches the very founda-
tion of moral civilization. Rabbi Sha-
piro will discuss the subject "Amer-
ica Speaks in Terms of Ktliies."
SUNDAY SCHOOL PASSOVER
SEDER
As is the annual custom Mrs. .1.
Bugler and her committee of the Beth
MAKE YOUR EESEEVATIONS NOW FOR THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
at
T^Tides1
ON OCEAN DRIVE AT .tr ., strkts
^^mcBAPER HOTtL ON THE OCEAN*
Ocean Drive at Twelfth and Thirteenth Street/
STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE
Where JJOD1? ~)\UD & a Reality
Passover Meals Served to the Public
WE
***.
r
/
^Sg
**t
r*e*
"**/*
Of
ret
LXOi
",
>
Not a"Cure-AU"
..just a finer Cigarette
Old Gold does not pretend to be a "cure-all". The
only magic it claims is the magic of the finest
prize crop tobacco, brought to you as fresh as it
left the cigarette machines. --------
You see the House of Lorillard has been making
fine tobacco products since George Washington's
day. It's this skill, born of 178 years' experi-
ence, that enables Lorillard to select, age and
blend the world's kindliest tobacco leaf into a
mighty pleasing cigarette.
But the Lorillard quality-insurance goes further".
We put Old Golds in a weather-tight, double Cello-
phane package that keeps out dampness, dryness and
every other foe of your cigarette enjoyment. The
outer Cellophane jacket opens at the bottom of the;
Pack; double sealing the top of the pack where
the ordinary cigarette package is weak.
But we'd rather let a trial package of Double-
Mellow Old Golds tell you the rest of the story.
We believe you'll find that (1) Old Golds are
SS2in% f b6tter tobacc quality. (2) are ALWAYS'
FHESil- (3) so smooth and mellow you can smoke-----------
them in any number without Cigarette Hang-Over..
Sincerely, P.'LORILLARD COMPANY.
Purvtjrors of fine tobacco products since 1760.

^Lo.
.*. "'
P. won** C" '
^U^I^J^rwAi^M^ooi Sc,ffn.c,.TW .nd Thur. nUfctt. ColumbU IWertTCSJMSTW



PAGE FOTJE
YHE JEWIfflrLORIDIAS_
iMJenist Fiendia r
b-lakt as: :'c :es
r- & Seoe-: .*-
V;s Act Kick
-
Mitt*---: Bwaa-i
BKH.KVTHT

SOCIETY
OF MAX RELSMVN
\\ HT >PINOi%"
TO BE >FBJECT
FBIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
\I.\MAC HOTEL TO HAVE
TRADITIONAL. SERVICES
The beautiful Family Jacob* Ala-
mac HoCal will observe the two Sader
- with traditional Passorer tit-
set-rices in erery detail. Ev-
-t is being- made to insure that
- s-rv; will be both dignified and
v -B-i Spiaosa thou art
rtt and bone c: rab la *-- '

-.-sc*j"r:c>
Su bm-j
-
- -
:=* Geecgia IV
.-...._ a.- .- -;- _:i ,-.:-
rr;- :. ;
-.v..:-'
: t
-
...-.-.. >: -:- rk
- Wottsoa
:
: M r_im." Dr.
-
ght and
: arUefc the hotel is famo---
. nbanc-d by the addition of
... :ay dishes. Reaerratiom
- let nights or for the entire
- week are suggested. Ev-::..
:; be done to make the guests
' a fraylichen Pessach.
feiday-a?e:i :&
voino :: ntjgee :a
DADE COUNTY CONDEMNS BIGOTRY

In tif>* days wz.cz. cue reads of =: -u:h aau-Se-Uatisuu. and
arte-ru- :: arouse racial prejudices :'. ii .rdee-d i 1:'.::=^* ::-
eurreuce t* fm-d that the citizenry of & corrzzztr i: -_:t ap-
zr:~-. and _1 -_:; suaud f:: bigotry and racual pre;ud_:;
A ;ury m the Court :f Crami; siTi-il eric a*: sp-rke cut
::i aid --r-.r---.knr:* Co-z-zai ::' urn-
Max pr-
. -
'--'
..a* oae bey. Dossaic- Mix
: .-
has .-. Ilaaaaj ;: a
-.-:- '
- Ear a
pea*. If rm
v I :
I


ies:-
."tws. -=r:li.z:i farrier?, la borers i^rd :>rjc
:::: lauguigr rr. a publi: highway ir. calling a nan 3. Jew :.-.;
uard ard & Jc=- co:p"-^r the Mm ~"-t will BfitlMCi
T-t defense zi^d ;ie :zjfrir,r-; p'.es :'zi: :"iii lirriarc -=-s-5 -::
zrziiZi izir.iz.: :r ^I^-lt i r'.ti r'_ kz:z *,c a'- :'ie xb;
r-i'.:rT4 il. Jew p^r.rg ird rs::5j rrejzdifes
I: -j i p".;^ir.: kfiMslc WaMa ~: fird :zr rubl:: officials
co^ragro^i axBpaajfe *3 wis Qpfoty Sol:avor Robert Taylor to
naki iz issue 0- & niatxtr of this kind and to proseenw. It "was
more escosraging wbez a Jewish prosecutor saw his duty and
unhesitatinflT champioued the cause of decency ir persoually
handlirg this case tefcre tha yzzj Prosecutor Haxe! could
easily have stepped out of thai case and had oue of his non-Jew.
ish colleagues handle this particular case~ had he been craven
and cowardly. Judge Allci c:uld easily have, on the eve of an
elector, looked the other way, but he did not. As public offi-
cials, they saw IMf duty and did :t without fear or favor.
Dade County through ius r.tLxeury and its officials thus send
U the world at large the message we have no room for race
pre;ui::< :':: :-g:try ^ Didi C:urty '
i KG aGI Ml \T I>
ANNOrNCED
1 area uu
I I .: toghtei
Mr. lion -on of
Mr. a- V-- s Harris
P*. Tat date of the atMiaf
m bmbI Ian t

EVAN- HOTEL TO BATE
GALA PA>so>t;r
TTUamL
s". Mike
I -1_
^hiSLA,
BIO.R.VFHT OF MR- BIDKE1
-BE\ >IL\"EF._ "TEPK1N
-
teat
-
'- -? To-
ll
I -
.... -
' -
:;
- -
-;
_ ": '.i
r artee.i
M Bty froa Ml
I -
!!; F-1 .-I -i
- >: ':
aftVc*
r Hidtsu
of M:i=i Beaci Iwiat .*>:.a'. 5*:.
Taualet ConneiL
I 1 J-i-ri tl :_:
P-^t'i 7aot Ooaajnajatioa aad taught
r 8 hool there foe three yrirs.
-.-.-.: 1 : r :; fraai Chi
I lea :; firat prtaa iz. 1 e:ty-
srilt iviT eeateat His ra ^rlaea
- -r ."ritx eoaaMti Miic B
aeailywH is- as been mar- *^noaa*eaet: Vy Mr. a-d Mrs.
- UCT 1 Mr S.iiej I Z~i-( aad :; T-r-r= family.
3 -:-i ;:;
:rcir_iu:.->- *'-
s:orj OCCIPVSWHOMF
>lr Mra, B. H. London, prorn-
'mmunal life of Miami
iBOmefl that they hare mov
new home at 2*40 Fair-
Miami B*ach. where thy
happy to greet their fr.

free gAXiaa
CLA88B8 OFTERED
The W. P. A. is aponsoring I
and conreraation Span-
ish the T. M. H. A. -:
rooms oa Tuesday and Tfcoreday r
EeaVM Jules R. Lei'
-or. The Tarioua daases
begin II 3:00 p, m.. and continue tj
A"': members and their
riially inrited to tak-
:: r and those wa?
i are requested to bring a
I '--

HITTER> HOTEL TO BE
OPEN FOR HOLIDAYS
tor Is BraT>raan of New
who il a IBwJl at M
- -.be traditions'.
B :ter and Li

[ the B ttat H Fr-
n-ikv :'- t
I the fi ""' I

i. Because of
nrr urg4 to I
.:.
-
'-'"'
n*olfsoa w;ll an-
it;T Ham-
'.' aj -. ia*"
'
same place

POLK I OF SEBTICB
CONTIMED
B
a H--
Ireatet Mi-
Kosbei
- .
Mn :..
:
genei
lie f01 ..--

-
-
(01 MIL NOMINATES
OFF It ERS
Mn Hair] at I : acting chainnia
I -. 1 _-.:tre, .- -
I Mn. Aaron Roder, chair-
man. Ml the f'.ate of '
. f officers of
. 11 1. b -. i v y
Wit* Rer. I. FWikww ;,w.s; Women at a
Cantor and aasoiat c:.-^- <
der aerTices. Paaa
with gaii tneWeaal Bate aarrieea
**iiaaj 1 :"a ^-c Sat-
- readai A;- : h>
ixatioo
B w
-
T M H A WHIP* CIVIC TEAM V- 7
- -n->i"-:.-
--'ai- '
is the -
i Hy S
! : -
-
i H
-------- ....
v 7" orri passives .. :
TE\ taasx
; :" li_- -: A : ;-;
'. '.
--- 1 n Mnssiii >a w.=;
-'"' ::: :- '_i;t i.-r rairj
lesra af the ~1
- a: Hirry G Z --::.--
- -- : w-~ a ----------
- at T.i-=.-iz Pi-i 1: 1 '>'. ; DO IT NOW:
---------- Jeia ffca T M H A. : T w E
-: -TMOP. T" TO HVVE -VN'OrET
- BaaasaeV Best at hGasr. ----------
Ch* T W u,! I. a': f:rr^: Hirry IsBBtri
---------- ......' MIi a) CVRD PVRTT ITaUBAI AT T M K. A. T -.air .:..
ALKXAC v-.i' A--. '.'1 -------------------------.------.
- VOFTH ALTYUI
BENTTTT
Beeavaaaat aV~- Mrj A x>-r: i-r- attj frr ti>* hera-
'.
Mr> Bx*taaw Siassat: Tualist. Bafeett aaeal hf hsiaBtaaf C5ah at
K.I .--:- 0 -ThainasB aj- IWI vt n nfliaflaj
t* r*-i*M aral Jsnr Eaaaa: Par2a- ereaiag Ms- *> Priori Tt?
t. ... v:,.-. itilaHf aaHae b asiiHil bcbbbbI bbbbbw-
C\mit m l Baraje fssrUa aal Itaal

ir.g last Wednesday at the A
::
Kominati inda -rd: Pre-
Mn BeaJ L* Vine: 1st Vice-Pr
Mn Harry Barnhard. 2ri v
at Mn Dry Stone: 3rd v
Mn Maurice Jacobs:
vick B : F.1.
> Mrs Kat Wi
arrr t Secret iry, Mrs.
for the S r Mn E iaa Bi
______ I ibbbtu sre F f 1'- 1 ilofiBu
MVZEL TOV :-''. f .- the* Mm, Mr*. Sar=
rare year U
COMPLETE PASSOVER LINE F r tar
TO BE CARRIED te:: rt, Mra. 1
Both! Mn Sam Blank. T>-. -
1 aeat 1
by Trachtenberr's ind cure of "
D C. Mrs. Ra".;'-
it.-: \ the section eras
; coffees, regsr. appoiataaai I
S 1 for eerri
trietly Kb* -
GOOD NEWS
Mae K tarj :-
- .a :*; Vtrh
Kosher
--;-;.-
I cas-onK--
- red the choice
- the ttble.

T
*'.' I IT-.
fce aseuateif by Mam
lit 1 ft; !'
is it eU-- far al i--t -.r T-a:
sal r-resx-ae--ts sHB he
:a: rt- W*

TTDE* HOTEL TO
f'Rj-ERVE riHMIIM
;,-. i.-n.-rs!
r BBtasy :.---- w':-
> in-pressiTe trad
ret Sicer eerrices ti-
"= the ocean frrtt at Miami
D bbtsc tha w^:: 1
Mr v. 1 --T .-f

Bate
1'.'a.--
aad Giaahcrg who hare act:
' adherence te
the rnliest sense
I a-a spare ao efforts to make
; week the }oyo--s festiTa". it
bbb-bII he. Reserratfoa* may be made
A aaaastral
a. nciuded n
Mis* 5" n-.s I al
accompaal p.ano by I
. Baieaea; and dramatic chi'
U -- Evelyn Aosla-
B< fl I wed.
. .
CANTOR KEI.EMER AT
VII TOR HOTEL
Kelemer one
Beach's popular cantors w
..tional Sader cerent
- Friiir
A ril 15th and Saturday. Apd-
at the beautiful -Victor H
i under Iulf JLdler
t at Ocean Drire and Tw
t. Miami Beach. The traditiona.
Sader ceremonies wi'.l be obser-v
rdance with strict rirnali't."
quirements and popular price* *
pre-raiL Holiday cuisine for
Ml is known will be set-red
ir.g the entire week. Reserratioas ar*
suggested.


FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
FEATURETTES
THE WORLD
HBBIimillBUi
< I bid not of ilii- folk's flesh; ami, +i
H/ZZ/Q
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
A wave of suicides is sweeping over
Viennese Jewry. Great minds prefer
death to niter humiliation. The com-
munal leaders, Including Rokert Strie-
ker, are under "protective arrest."
What that means we were taught in
]!.'{.'{. The Jewish masses are being
reduced to penury, to beggary at one
-nolle. Violence is rampant. No one
is safe. Kven synagogues arc being
looted. One of our great, one of our
illustrious diaspora communitiesthe
community of Herzl and Freud, of
Schnitzler and Itcer-Hoffinanlies iu
ruins, is stamped into the mire. Is it
not enough to sicken every heart and
bow every head? And the world
stands by, the Christian world, and
lifts no hand of succour.
The spirit resists. The spirit is
upright. Let the heathens rage. They
have raged before during the long
ages. We stand fast. Even in Vien-
na. For in that city there lives,
among many other Jews, a frail, mid-
dle-aged man, still suffering severely
from the wounds he got while defend-
ing the land he thonught his father-
land from 1014 to 1918. His name is
Kraut Waldinfrer. And he is a poet,
And he is, necessarily from his ori-
gins and place of birth, a poet in the
German language. He has never, of
course, been able to live by his art
and has been employed in a commcr-
eial establishment to gain bread for
his wife and child. His first volume
The Cupola (Die Kupple) was pub-
lished in 1934; his second volume.
The Carver of Gems (Der Geinincn
sehncider) was published in the Jan
nary of this year 11138. Let us no.
forget the Jewish business men who
under the name of the Saturn-Vcrlug
were willing to risk publishing these
volumes of highly-wrought poetry by
a Jew. Could we match that in
America? .
Lot me define nnd by this defini-
tion explain why I am writing. Since
Painer Maria Bilks died and since the
poet died in Franz Werfel, himself a
Jew of course, this Viennese Jew
Ernst YValdinger is the only man Who
has contributed enduring poetry to
the German language. The Nazis
rave about their Aryan culture and
produce dirt and drivel. They forbid
Jews to publish and to be read. They
drive their greatest German writer
Thomas Mann into exile. Meanwhile
the glory of their speech and form is
being sustained by Ernst Waldinger, a
Jew. a Jew of Vienna, a conscious and
?elf-affirmative Jew. In him in lin-
age (even as I said the other day of
a Jewish composer and the Lied)
German verse is reaching a certain
culmination and may now that Vienna
too has fallen, reach its extinction.
Qis poetry is the firmest in the
world. Highest precision of speech
is married to an e.pially high placidity
of form. This form aspires to trans-
cend time and does so. Through this
form Itself Waldinger speak* with a
timeless accent of changeless things.
He does so Intentionally. All the em-
piric content of life today in Central
Europe is bloody, barborous. sordid,
hopeless. The poet, if he would re-
main a poet must address himself to
fashioning in a form as of enduring
stone these aspects of mortality which
no soilure ran touch and no barbarian
mar. WaldlngW has dOUfl so. Unless
civilization fails utterly I predict
that men in a future time will come
back to the work of this poet, this
Jew, to prove that amid savagery and
savage tumult the human spirit at its
highest still survived.
Once and once only in this new and
probably last volume Waldinger
strikes a personal and explanatory
note. He wants it understood that,
though by the deer** of fate ho is a
poet in the German language, he is
not for a moment deluded. He is a
Jew. He holds those about him who
bar* permitted themselves to lapse
hack into barbarism at their right
valuation from the viewpoint of his
spirit and from the mountain-peak
of an eternal Israel. He is among
them. He is not of them. The per-
sonal poem in which lie expresses this
thought is a sonnet, as mngnificieut'y
wrought as his other sonnets and
stanzas and he has proudly entitled
it: Ich bin vom Volk des Wortes. "I
am of the People of the Word !" .
Yes, that is what we are, though in
America one sometimes doubts and
shivers: the people of the Word, the
people who conceived of creation as
coming through a Word. From age
to age, amid darkness and desolation
a few of us seek to live in the spirit
of the creative Word : Yihi or va-yihi
I have translate dthat great proud
sonnet of Ernst Waldinger for its
spiritual meaning and manage, foi
that great message of n Jew who,
amid circumambient daftness, up-
holds the eternal Word of his people.
But I want it strictly understood thai
poetically my translation is ;-----
lags infinitely bchiud (!. .>. ;...i
splendor of the Germr.n >.
intense
I am vassal neither of iis -oil or
blood,
Nor crouch with mare* In steaming
-tails of Wood.
Unlmprisoned by its boundaries'
gat>' or fence,
At their dull hearths hail I lost SOU'
or sense?
No heritage is mine of ill their
good.
My mind Is nailed not to their hat-
red's rood.
And deafness to their jeers is my
defense.
Strange am I here, forevermor* alone,
They mouth and chew their Words
as kin* the gra-s.
Anil though this tongue mine anil my
mother's was,
Common to ns is but the sound, the
tone
Star- perilh in th* puddles of their
reach
And flame up in the crystal of my
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
. Charley Men-
don. 72-year-old fight trainer, claims
lie is a direfi tdoscendant of Daniel
Mendoza. the celebrated Jewish boxer
who was world's heavyweight cham-
pion ISO years ago. Dave Sainoff.
It. <'. A. chief, has put his foot down
on Jewish dialect "comics" oil the N.
B. C. networks. .
FLASH!
Italy's deal with England Includes
the following arrangement. Italy
to keep her hands off Aral)-Palestine
propaganda in return for British ac-
ceptance of Italian influence over
Spain. A Jewish State in Pales-
tine is objectionable to Mussolini ill
any event. (>n the other hand
we have just been informed that Kng
laud is already organizing an army
Of 10,000 for the Jewish State. Out
informant is none other than a high
ranking British army officer who is
slated to b* conimaiider-in-chief. .
Unofficial discussions among th*
Zionist rank and file concerning th*
successor of Stephen B. Wise as Pres-
ident of th* '/.. (>. A. show that the
idea of giving Louis Lipsky the next
term is in great favor. Wei*
ninnn too would be pleased. Refu-
gee* from Austria and Germany are
compelled to take German boats, so
don't blame them for doing it.....
, An independent producer is preparing
j o shoot (with a camera) "The Beast
of Berlin." a realistic film on Hitler's
life. The Ort campaign for funds
is still looking for a chairmanbut
there are whisperings that the J.D.
300 Attend Northwest Conference Of
Joint Distribution Committee
-Vi*;.-
&.
1 More than 300 Jewish leaders from 25
cities and 6 States in the Northwest
formed s permanent regional organization
of the Joint Distribution Committee at a
meeting held in Portland, Ore., Sunday
March 20. Principal speaker at the gather-
ing was Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, J. D. C.
National Campaign Chairman.
TOP: L. to R. are Rabbi Adolph H. Fink,
Spokane, Wash.; Rabbi S. Wohlgelernter,
Seattle; Rabbi J. B. Wise, New York City;
Rabbi Samuel H. Gordon, Salt Lake City;
Rabbi Henry J. Berkowitz, Portland, Ore.
CENTER: L. to R. Aaron M. Frank, Port-
land, J.D.C. Chairman, Northwest Region ;
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, National Chairman,
J. D. C. campsign for $5,100,000, snd
Richard M. Lane, Seattle, regional vice-
chairman, representing Washington State.
BOTTOM: L. to R. are Rabbi Adolph H.
Fink, Spokane; Milton Markewitz,Porlland
Jewish leader, Joseph Shemanski, Port-
land leader speaking in behalf of J. D. C
campaign; Alfred Shemanski, Seattle,
member, J. D. C. Board of Directors, and
honorary chairman of Northwest Region;
and Sol Esfeld, of Seattle during the
luncheon recess.
C. will incorporate the Ort appeal. .
rVhj is the publisher of Life, Tim*
and Fortune, so eager to publicize
Nazi "dissatisfaction" with his publi-
cation? The reason is growing
resentment among their readers be-
cause of th* treatment Jewish news
receives in the Luce magazines, .
OPEN THK GATES!
The anti-alien bloc in Congress is
sharpening the axe fur Secretary
Hulls refugee relief plan. .Is it
true that the German ambassador in
Washington received orders from Ber-
lin to offer a modification of anti-
Semitism in Austria in exchange for
official action by Dnde Sam against
th* anti-Nazi boycott? .... Credit
Walter Winchell with this honey.....
He proposes that all Nazis in America
who sing the praise* of Hitlerland be
sent hack there to make room hero
for the victims of Nazi oppression, the.
ratio to be six Nazis for every refugee
from Nazidom. : And Sports Kdi-
tor Bradley of the New York Post
suggests that ten percent of the an-
ticipated million-dollar gate at the
Schmeling-Louis fight in June be al-
lotted to ease the plight of Austrian
refugees and to aid the anti-lynching
cru-ade. The International Be-
lief Association has already establish-
ed channel* for sending Immediate aid
to the underground anti-Nazi forces
in Austria. .
WHAT HAPPENS HERE?
The principal financial backer of
the Reverend Gerald Wlnrod, anti-
Semitic agitator who is running for
a I". S. Senate seat from Kansas, is
a wealthy oil tycoon. Becuuse tho
paper- have quieted down about Nazis
spies in this country don't get the
idea that your Unol* Sam is asleep.
.... Swarms of German* working
in aviation plants are being kept un-
der constant surveillance. In tho
hoi.....f clipping the wings of the boy
COtl against th* Schmclling-Lcw is
fight Schmeiing is spreading the word
that he's not a member of the Nal
party. Latest anti-Semitic Charge
leveled against the Jew i- thai of tho
Christian Pre* Pren of Glendale,
California, which hold- Jewry respon-
sible for alleged govern.....otal mis-
treatment of theAmerican Indian. .
Fritz von Schaet. a German who has
been wrestling in this country, has
been ordered to refrain from giving.
the Nazi salute from the ring.....
Our recent item that James Wheeler-.
Hill, national serectary of the Ger-
man-American Bund, was scrambling;
for the Bund leadership with Kurt
Mertig. fuehrer of the Citizens Protec- '
tiv* Alliance, a German-American out
fit engaged in boycotting Jews, led
Wheeler-Hill to write to the New
York Jewish News that he never heard
of Mertig and that our squib was
"fake fiction and flubdub"......
Mebbc so but Mertig is a big shot in
Nazi circles hereabout and it seems
strange that Whnler-HUI should dis-
own him. .
DANUBE BLUES
When (locring came to Vienna and
warned the Jews they must clear out
in lour years did he remember, we
wonder, that as a youngster hclived
in the Mautcrnburg cnstle of Dr. von
Eppenstein, Jewish friend of Papa
Goering? Eppenstein was the
medical officer of German Southwest
Africa when Coiling Senior was vice-
governor. Josef Bnerckel Hitler's
personal representative in Austria, is
regarded ill Nazi citric- as a worso
.ludrnficsscr than Sircicher. who's
hard to beat. Not until the Nazis
fired him did most people learn that
Hannes Schneider. Austria's greatest
-king Instructor, is a Jew. .


PAGE SIX
./

';

THE JEWISH FLORTDIAH
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washing-ten Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach*
i- ." -
JSES VES-C-ELC". Ra.
p-:-t s-oa

k ba c-
B\R MITZ\ \
M- x-i Mr*. Integ FM*
r- .-.
-r
tie Bar Mfcaaa If
n* ;^*ee :
n-
t i ; Rabx M:*e*
M>---: ff w.. -it ";: t if-...-
~ Ctsttt )ba-
- : -- :-:-.; M -..-
it 7 >. .-;>_k
A >-:- ... -:-i:-;
Mm .":*<;. ch-. - : I'.- .-:.- i-.i :
r_ w_ it ;
Z
- r '.':'-'
-HE(HIR*TH CHOIETr
-ITERHOOD MEETING
A : r ;-fna was
M ti-t.LZ '. tie
arranged by tie president.
M-> Ttiajasaia H. Laaiia, Mr*.
-:
M that Mr*. R-ltt.
5;. r. i
-'- <,..
- '.'.-.:- Ml Aw -r
M -
: ".- E.--\z at
Jl~NIOR CONGREGATION
TV |
:' : -
.
r the Stctel
. _.. .. ._
". :
3- _
-
:. i- Fr-:. I -
:- 1>7 H
. : i- I-T. -. :
C = : .--ir: "'-_ --.-7
-
it I
-
: :. -
: -; r :'
.' c- : :
A .--
>tit- K- Knight
:-:
- s y -
tr- T Inr- S; -1 -
*-.:.: M;:.r !: -- Stare*
B* .- laat *~ek-
n :-:: gam m
the gL'ri: -.-'rr ad -
--.-
tion of tt-r F- I-
r; Bacarity law 1
I the Kate t< taha ._-. boaaaa
' I for '.;--:
baa rt-.-:r-: grat oratj a* ii,.>r;:
- ---- itat hwui" a- tke* ; id of Bbata
x To aw [a -. HMi* of tneation aa
dn of a B that ht
jtrate vi: r -
rUt trade 1 Bute ku
I r or ao.
;.-
rraoi akoih bow he
- 1 to F -
BNAI BRITH
T
BRIEFS
W. r glad some of the member* of
B'nai B'rith are on the job wh--n
1 ail-d on to do a bit of work
for thf Lodge, rat it' indeed r
' that an even larger num!,. r
r y tophaW OMi and not pirt-
ripadag in the fine work. We're eer-
PresUeat Stone will be happr
MNM of you lazy gentl-
:-<-ful work if you'll
:.- word.
W< 1 forward
-
r Be* Lt
- -
I: -
RM7.
Deal

a ooa-Jew.
-"-"-in.
r. ? .- t A-. --.. ._.
m nii throvth Rabbi Moan
'.'-'
' i -..;!: ,r.-r
. -' .'- I'
- rood
.-. Z A. rk bei
-
-
- -: ||
I at Beth Darid
. -. -: w.i:
> ooraeed aad we'll feel better
-
WARNING
' .
POLITICAL BRIEFS.':
rorxG men < QBorp
I !'
'
1 '-: -
.
U '..
11 M-- J Bn kfaat
1. -
fc*r-..
HABANOTH C I.l"B
The new brai B
fa girii from 12 I IS 1
gaaiaed I .---;
alonj IT s^r-:~--
r. I M- Mr.
M
p, <1 .. ;
r. Jadita N! ry. 1
B ry sr* ;.';-.--; Hsi*-
.

SI \D\V SCHOOL PROMOTION
'
7 -
:' :
f the F
. -
-
:
-
:
ted in 1
.
Mr. I ':.-' -:
I progrtM I hii campaign
than be i in mar rim peraonally the
- of norU whom
fit to elerate
don f r which h
WhO' he is ir--
-:.anr assurances
- Mi Fatck ii more con-
-
in the rol-
ini the
SUGAR DIABETES
8UFPERERS
Send for a fre* booklet
OTTO CISKY
Lee-burg, Florida
1 leral 1
- 1 to match
lollar foi
~ thi itry.
Thrilling
SLE
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Alligatsr
Wreotimfl
Every
Hour
s- *k*y *'* *rd i6th st
IN THE TRADING POST
Indian Oolla Baakeu
Moccatina
Ruga Blanketa
Alligator Bagi Silver Work
25C
Admiaaion
lneluda
Everything
RITTER'S HOTEL
LA FLORA HOTEL
Coilini Arentie at Thirteenth Street
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
Sader Services Rendered by
REVEREND ISTDOR BRAVERMAJT
ATTRACTTVE LOW RATE8 NOW AND FOR
PASSOVER
Northers Resorts:
Bitter-i Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey
Ritter 1 Ocean Royal Hotel. Bradley Beach. N J.
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
J-*- ra B'nai Rach-
:" ao be rare I b I.-:.
- ... -- aeai roeaday night.
!
I- la bt-ginning to get
f and will soon b-
beard from with the Jewi.-h students
I rity of Miami, if what
They had a nice
.- la-t Wednesday and wita
-ance Doc can make good.
-
L rail for Badat reserrations
y..a B-n Britha. How
many boys can you invite to your Sa-
der this coming week? Let Preaider.t
Stone kn>>w immediately.
B -.-.at all and sundry may know.
-.-t writer is resigning f,r
g'd. better or worse, right here and
r,ow. G>-t your victim ready to take
my place. Mr. President. Thanks.
HOROWITZ
MAttGARETEN
MATZOHfr PASSOVER
i#f&Ttf'\
tfgSP
Si>*
IHI"T
MATZOi5.
rPA
SSOVtB l&
'THE MATZOH
WITH THE TASTE
AND OTHER
MATZOH
PRODUCTS
HOROWITZ- MARGARETEN
WhW YORK. N.V.
DISTRD3UT0B
FLORH)A SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS
! N. E. 26th Street ttainTplorida
WE TAKE PLEASURE AND PRIDE IX ANNOUNCING THAT
KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the
supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
AND IN THE PRESENCE OF A MASHGIACH, APPOINTED BY THE
RABBIS
IF YOU ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUC
ERS ASSOCIATION, LVSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PASSOVER PERIOD
IP TOUR- DAIRYMAN, NOW SERVING YOU, WOLL NOT BE PREPARED
TO SERVE KOSHER PAS80VER p^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
TO SERVE TOU. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW
Call, Write or Phone
liami
768 N.W. 18th Terrace
Home Milk Producers
Association
Phone 2-7696


TRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
f MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th 8treet
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6998 Albacora Drive-1265 630 N. E. 31st St.MM
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu-
nity, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
strict confidence.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
CONGREGATIONAL SEDER
Because of the many requests that
camp from our members and friends
who had attended last year's Seder,
we are Koing to comply with the wish-
es of these friends by giving a Con-
gregational Seder at our Temple un-
Sisterhood on Friday niulit, April 15,
ilcr (!: sponsorship of Temple Israel
lit 7 :00 o'clock.
Due to the limited space in
Kaplan Hall, however, we shall only
lie able to accomodate 125 persons,
and the first reservations received
will be honored. Reservations will
(inly be accepted if they reach the
Temple office before Wednesday, April
18th. No telephone reservations shall
be accepted.
The sumptuous meal which will bo
especially catered by Epstein and
Kurt! of the Palm Restaurant, Miami
Beach, will include wine and all the
ritual accessories that go with the
Seder. Reservation! may be made
for $2.50 per plate for adults an
SI.75 (or children under 18. Kindly
mail all checks to Temple Israel Sis-
terhood. 137 Northeast Nineteenth
street.
CONGREGATIONAL
At the regular services this Friday
evening at Temple Israel nt 8.15 p.
ui.. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach
on the significance of "Shabos Hag*'
dol" in his sermon entitled "The
Laws of Pasover on the Great Sab-
bath."
Services will be conducted by Rnbbi
Cohnan A. Zwitman.
Services are also held on Saturday
mornings at 11:00 o'clock.
l.MPORTAN TNOTICE
Because of the fact that the first
Seder will be celebrated on next F""'
day evening. April 15th. services at
the Temple will be held at 8 :00 p. m.,
so as to give our congregants an op-
portunity to attend the Seder ritual.
The Passover calendar follows:
Friday evening, April 15th, services
nt 6:00 p. m.
Saturday morning, April 16th, serv-
ices at 10:00 o'clock. The sermon
will be given by Itabbi Zwitman.
Thursday evening. April 21st, serv-
ices will be held at 8:15 o'clock. The
sermon will be given by Dr. Kaplan.
Friday morning April 22nd, Memor-
ial services at 10 :00 a. m. The sermon
will be given by Rabbi Zwitman.
RADIO PROGRAM
On Sunday afternoon, April 27th,
at 3 :30 o'clock Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
talk on the theological implication*
of the Passover festival. The address
will be entitled "Israel's Election and
the Law of Holiness," and will be
given over WIOD. A very prominent
vocal artist will be presented to the
radio audience on that program.
We invite our members and friends
to listen to all of the programs given
by the Rabbinical Association. This
Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will speak on "Ethics as a Basis of
of Jewish Life."
TEMPLE ISRAEL MUSICALE
Professor Leo Portnoff of the Mu-
sic Department of the University of
Miami, will present a program of
modern and classical tmisie flt the
concert to be held on Sunday evening,
April 10th nt 8:30 o'clock at the
Temple,
Featured on the program will be
many artists. Including WaaaHjr Port-
noff. violinist of note. In nddition to
the vocal and instrumental guest ar-
tists. Prof. Portnoff will participate
in the program, and will be heard in
a very delightful repertoire Including
compositions by Munn-Zucea, who
will accompany him on the pinno.
The concert, under the auspices of
Prof. Portnoff, is being given for the
benefit of the Piano Fund of Temple
Israel. The public is invited. Tick-
ets may be obtained from the Temple
office, or nt the door at the night of
the concert at 50c per person.
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
ELECTS
Following a luncheon given by the
Sisterhood through the courtesy of
Miss Gene McDaniel, the annual elec-
tion of officers of the Temple Sister-
hood took place at the meeting on
Monday afternoon, April 4th. The
slate of officers presented by the nom-
inations committee and accepted by
the membership, included:
Mrs. M. T. Travers, president; Mrs.
Adolpli Wertheimer. first vice-presi-
dent ; Mrs. Maxwell Bertuch, second
vice-president; Mrs. Henry D. Wil-
liams, recording secretary ; Mrs. Har-
ry Rubin, corresponding secretary ;
Mrs. Morris Plant, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Harry Nevins. treasurer;
Mrs. Frank Perlman, auditor.
A vote of appreciation and thanks
was expressed to the retiring presi-
dent, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, who had
served the Sisterhood as its presiding
officer for the past two years.
Mrs. M. P. Travers accepted the
leadership of the organisation in a
brief address, in which she urged the
members to lend their support in con-
tinuing the progress of the Sisterhood.
Tampa Notes
The Tampa Section, Junior Hinlns
sah, held a regular meeting Thursday
night ut the Floridian Hotel. The
following officers were eleted as fol-
lows: President, Mrs. Dave Pennan;
1st Vice-l'resident, Miss Ruth Fiu-
nmn ; 2nd Yice-1'resident. Mrs. Nath-
an Poller; Treasurer, Mrs. Louis
Simonvitz; Corresponding Secretary.
Mrs. Manuel Buclimau and Recording
Secretary, Miss Florence Abramovitz.
The Donor Dinner Dance will be held
May 20th at the Hotel Floridian.
Mrs. Nathan Poller is general chair-
man of the affair. Installation of
officers will take place ut the dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lutzk returned
home Tuesday after an extended wed-
ding trip to Miami and Key West.
Mrs. Lutzk was Miss Rose Peretzman
prior to her marriage.
Burger. Buddy Cohen. Eddie and
Frank Rosenblatt, Albert Aronovits,
Herbert KeinbiTg. 1 rvin Herscovitz,
and Phil Huimovit. The club will
meet Thursday >iiklit at the home of
Miss Sylvia Haiiimvit.
Mrs. Louis Buchmun and Mrs.
Manuel Buchman will give a benefit
card party for the Junior Hadassah
April 5th, at the Leisure house.
The M. J. M. club gave a buffet
supper in honor of three new mem-
bers, the Misses Shirley Kaufman,
Muriel Cohen and Dorothy Starr, at
the home of Miss Frances Zbar. Those
present were the Misses Esther Ar-
gintar, Muriel and Cot Cohen. Luu-
reen Davis, Edith Elozory, Sylvia
Huimovit, Millie Kotler. Shirley
Kaufman, Helen Peretzman, Dot Ros-
enfurb, Lillie and Dot Starr, Evelyn
VanGilder, Frances Zbar and Jack
Rosenberg, Herbert Goldberg. Arthur
Hymnn. Bonnie Haimovit, Bennie
The Merry Fellows Club entertain-
ed members, their wives and dates at
an informal dance and party ut Villa
Del Rio Monday night. Pavon WWB
given to the ladies present. The e,oui-
mittee in charge of arrangements In-
cluded Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, Jack
Wei-eman. Bill Wolfson, Alex Bokor
and Simon Schwartz.
Those attending the affair were:
Mr. ami Mrs. Sol Fleiseliman, Jack
Weissman, Helen Rlvklnd of St. Pet-
ersburg; Willie Sinionvitz, Mildred
Brown. Walter LeibovltS, Dolly Wolfe
Morris Pinmuii, Helen Aronovitz. Mr.
nud Mrs. Nathnn Poller. Abe Verkauf,
Mildred Carrol, of St, Petersburg.
Simon Schwurtz. Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ver-
kauf, Mr. and Mrs. Willium Wolfson.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bokor. Mr. and*
Mrs. Julius Silverman, Dr. and Mrs.
Fred Lebos, Irvin Sal-bury, Irvin
Katz and Rose Katz.
man. Isaac Dayan, Henry Finman,
Bobby Herschovitz. Fred Aronovitz,
Sorrel Wolfson and Herbert Weiss,
Mrs. I. Salsimry was play director.
Others on the program were Eleauor
Rosenthal. vocalist ; Sylvia Haimo-
vit, pianist; Louise Shear, reciter;
I.ihha Seigal. voenlist; Joan Perl-
man, pianist and a chorus of children
of the Sunday School.
'
Dorothy Gardner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sumuei Gardner and Isaac
Dayan, son of Mrs. N. Dayan. were
crowned queen and king of the annual
Purim carnival. Harry Bass, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Buss and Tan-
ya Mura Wohl. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Wohl, were past queen and
king.
(Continued from Page Eight)
Woman's Auxiliary of Congregation
Rodoph Sholom held its annual Purim
carnival Sunday night in the school
auditorium of the synagogue. All
members of the congregation anil their
friends were invited. Mrs. A. R. Ber-
ger was chairman and Mrs. I. Wohl.
co chairman.
A play. "Casting of Lots" was pre-
sented by the children of the Sunday
School and those who took part were
Roberta Frledkin, Adrienne Blumberg
Ina Gotler, Joyce Lutz. Edward Weis-
GREYHOUND LINES
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pi. C 1 Q1 O
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM A II. O'LOlM
515 Washington A venae
i
THE BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Pounded by the Late Mrs. Ida Fishkind, (First to Bring a
Kosher Hotel to Miami)
Will Be Open for the Traditional Sader
Friday, April 15Saturday, April 16
and the
ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK
j REASONABLE RATES
ENJOY A COMPLETE
PASSOVER HOLIDAY
at the
HOTEL EVANS
Seder Services By
REV. I. FIALKOW
First Seder Night
FRIDAY, APRIL 15
1
To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand
AUGUST BROS.
DELICIOUS PRODUCTS
A complete line of Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, Nut
Cake, Sponge Cake Holiday Delicacies, all reasonably
priced. At all leading Delicatessen and Grocery Stores,
or at our Bakery
AUGUST BROS.
361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792
To bring enjoyment to your Passover table,
prepare your foods with
ROKEACH
PURE and KOSHER POOD PRODUCTS
nBB? nvs
ROKEACH KOSHER
NYAPAT *
ROKEACH PURE
HONEY
ROKEACH PURE
FRUIT PRESERVES
StrawberryRaspberry
Cherry
ROKEACH KOSHER
CIDER VINEGAR
ROKEACH KOSHER
PEANUT OIL
Second Seder Night
SATURDAY. APRIL 16
Reservat ions Sn guest ed
PHONE 5-4611
Enjoy the recognized cui-
sinr. convenience anl
comfort of the
HOTEL EVANS
Collins and 10th St.
MIAMI BEACH
Same Management as
HOTEL EVANS
Loch Sheldrake, N. Y.
:
In Cans and Jugs
At All Groceries
I. ROKEACH ft SONS, INC., BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Trade Mark Reg. U. 8. Pat Off.

Koolmotor
Gasolene and Oils
ACME TIRES
CITIES SERVICE
PRODUCTS
Distributed By
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
!


PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

i
West Flagler To
Have Gala Closing
The Weal Flagler Kennel Club
Mill close the most successful season
n it* history in n Maze of glory to-
rt- night when the finale for the
$1,000 Weat Flagler Derby will be
run.
Furnishing one of the moal beantl-
fill plants in the entire country in the
very heart of Miami, the caliber of
racing provided brought thousands to
the track every night. Thrills wire
provided the fani by the beautifully
laid out track ami the exceptionally
fine racing greyhounds that contested
nightly for the prizes.
Jake Slier, president, and the rest
Of the officials of the company and
.-ill the employed expressed their sin-
eere thanks to the residents and vis-
it, in who helped make this season the
outstanding one in dog track history.
SEABOARD DAIRY TO HAVE
PASSOVER PRODUCTS
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy, op-
crated by Mr. Louis Jacokskind and
son, Max. announce that Rabbis Ab-
raham A. Kellner of Miami and Moses
Mescheloff of Miami Beach will be in
charge of the production of fine Pass- j
over dairy products and that n Mash-
giaeb named by them will be in rcsi
deuce at the dairy during the entire
Tnssnver holiday. Each bottle and ,
pnekago containing the products will
bear the fnscimile of the Rabbi's sig-
natures to enable the customer to
identify the Pasover products.
NEW INDUSTRY
IS ORGANIZED
Tampa Notes
Y. M. H. A. DRIVE STARTED
WITH BREAKFAST
The Y. M. II. A. membership drive
started with the convening of workers
by Earnest Maaa, chairman of the
Board of Directors) at the breakfast
held at the Y. M. II. A. on Sunday
morning.
Mr. Maas announced the appoint-
ment of Morris D. Weisman as cam-
paign chairman assisted by Jay Mark-
owitz. Oilier workers present were:
Dr. J. Leon Bchwarta, president; A.
M. Wolfson, vice-president; Monica
I'mau, secretary, also Sol Haliczcr,
Leon Haber, Judge H. N. Sandier,
Abe Silber, Sidney Linker, ltubbi
Adolph Burger. Max E. Brody, Sam
Weber, Manuel Aronovitz, Julius Sil-
veriimn. Philip Grubstein. J. D. Ros-
enthal. Joseph Abramovitz. Sol Le-
vine. Simon Segall. Isidore Glassman,
Ike Weiss, Sam Bcrger, Sol Kotler,
Sam Ilymnn and Sam Schonbrun and
son. Pledges were reported from
David Stein. Sam Stein and Maurice
Stein, also from W. J. Abramovitz,
who were unable to attend.
Report meetings will be held every
evening at 8:00 o'clock during the
wick at the Y. M. H. A. building and
the final reports will be made on
Monday evening, April 11th.
the I'linpnuy. with his son-in-law
Sidney L. Arnson treasurer, and Mr.
II. II. Miller secretary.
An invitation is extended to the
general public to call at the new plant
and to see for themselves the inter-
esting operation of this new industry.
Southern Beverages, Inc., organized in
Miami recently began operation of its
t-oft drink bottling plant in its modern
and new building at 2055 N. W. Sev-
enth Avenue.
The building, land and equipment
represents an investment of more than
feventy-fivc thousand dollars. The
latest in modern, sanitary bottling
und manufacturing equipment has
been installed for the Double-Cola and
other soft drinks the firm will pro-
i)...... for the local trade. More than
twenty-five employees are now en-
gaged by the company and the per-
sonnel will he increased shortly, Sam
Blank, bead of the Florida Sugar Dis-
tributors, and prominent communal
worker and philanthropist in this
area for many years is president of
SCHIFF'S
DELICATESSEN AND
KOSHER MARKET
618 Collins Ave.Miami Beach
will supply your every
Passover Need
MATZOS. MATZO PRODUCTS
KOSHER WINES
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Choice Kosher .Meats and Poultry
Phone 5-3751
Free Delivery
DAVE SHOLTZ
THE ALL-FLORIDA
CANDIDATE
for the
UNITED STATES
SENATE
HE MADE GOOD AS
GOVERNOR
Let him complete the job for
Florida in the United States
Senate
(I'd. Political Adv.)
::
AS USUAL
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Will supply your every Passover want! Manischewitz, Hor-
owitz-Margareten, London and Streit's Matzos. Matzo Meal
and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts of all kinds,
Spices, Vinegar, etc.
KOSHER PASSOVER WINE
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Stressing that South Florida despite
its vast agricultural and industrial
interests has had no representative on
the Railroad Commission Which con-
trols public utilities, railroads, etc.. in
Florida for the past fourteen years,
Walter Kel...... prominent attorney of
Dade County is asking for the sup-
port for the Railroad Commission in Group
2. A native of Alabama be cam.' to
Florida when 12 years old an i has
been a resident of Miami for the past
thirteen years. He was Stall's Attor-
ney in Pensacola, Florida for ten
years. Congressman from the third
Florida District for one term and rep-
resented Dade County in the Legisla-
ture in 10.11, and made a splendid
record there. He is a Presbyterian.
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938"
ELECT
DR. A. W. ZIEKOLD
General manager of the Miami
Home Milk Prodwrrs Association,
who will again provide Kosher dairy
products for their customers.
Friends of Governor Lehman arc
trying to sell him the iden of becom-
ing an anti-Xew-Deal candidate for
the Democratic nomination for Pres-
ident. Mrs. Lehman, though. is
more concerned with preparations for
the June wedding of her son Peter to
Peggy Rosenhnum. .
We carry a full line of
PASSOVER SUPPLIES
including Manischewitz. Good-
man's StreWs, Matzos and
GOLDBERG'S WINES
and the full line of New York
Bakery pastries. We will ap-
preciate your patronage and
early shopping.
PASSOVER MEALS SERVED
TROPICAL
DELICATESSEN
1725 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-9774
FREE DELIVERY
MAKE PASSOVER MEALS TASTE BETTER
buy from
TRACHTENBERG'S
QUALITY FOOD MARKET
and be sure of the finest Quality
PASSOVER PRODUCTS
A complete assortment of Matzos, Matzo Meal, Noodles,
Coffees, Teas, Prunes, Nuts, Spices and Vinegar.
PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
PASSOVER KOSHER WINES
Strictly Koshes Meats and Fresh Killed Poultry
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily
OBTAIN YOUR HAGGADA HERE FREE OF CHARGE
TRACHTENBERG'S
QUALITY FOOD MARKET
1323 Washington AvenueMiami Beach
Phones 5-52065-4985
FREE DELIVERY
fJ WALTER KEHOE
i] South Florida's Candidate
to the
RAILROAD
8 COMMISSION
GROUP 2
,j (Pel. Political Adv.
LESS PAIN AND
MORE PLEASURE
OUT OF OtiM
010 YOU BRING
THE ANTI
PAIN PILLS 1
!&",
SURE
ALWAYS HAVE |
THEM IN
MY PURSE^

Be Ready For
EMERGENCIES
Many an outing is spoiled by
annoying, aggravating head-
aches. Here is a suggestion.
Every large package of Dr.
MILES ANTI PAIN PILLS
contains a pocket size case that
holds six pills. Carry this, and
leave the large package in your
medicine cabinet.
DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS
are recommended for pain re-
lief in
Headache, Neuralgia, Mus-
cular and Periodic Pains.
They taste good, act quickly,
do not upset the stomach.
Your druggist sells them.
Regular package 25 for 25c.
Economy package 125 for $1.00.
or
DR.MILES
ANTI PAIN PHIS
TROPK


ypTTlAY. APRIL 8, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
ORAYNOO
"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
inl2 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA.
0 renders! All two of you. Be-
OTe it r not but I have been in New
Vilk for the post four weeks and
Iiev,.r Was I more happy to leave.
Tbere certainly is no place in the
world to be in but Florida. And all
tUil time our dear Rabbi, Morris A.
Skop, has been kind enough to take
over tbis column for me. So let's
give bim a hearty thank you to show
our sincere appreciation.
of the Oraynoo will be delivered to
the homes of the community during
the coming week. Thank you, Mr.
Goldstein.
(Ruth Berkowitz. and Carolyn Becker
and the Messrs. James Coberly, Jim-
mie Lloyd, Billie Dougherty, Wallace
Simpson. Bubbie Fairchild Tillie Jacob
Dean Fleischinau. William Urudd.v
and Sanders Kottleuiau.
A. S. Friedman of the Fairview
Corporation, of New York City, i- I
guest at the Jefferson Court Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Cohen spent
the week-end with their daughter and
son in-law ut Sarasota.
FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES
Obi services will be at 8:15 this
Friday evening. The Rabbi's sermon
will be "Is there Slavery in AmericaV"
What can Judaism say on this ques-
tion ft" slavery? This sermon prom-
ises to be a most interesting one and
mmunity is cordially urged to
attend.
TEACHER'S TRAINING COURSE
In preparation for volunteer teach-
ing next year the following members
of the Junior League have been se-
lected as tentative candidates : Hindu-
lyn Kottleman, Shirley Braverman.
Ritu Heller and Margery Frankel.
Mr. Ben Shader spent
touring the Fast Coast.
Saturday
formed by the young men married and
single of the community. A committee
was elected comprised of by the
M.-is. Prince. Sfifel. Leiberman.
Segal and Rabbi Skop to meet on
April 11 tli to consider plans for a per-
manent name, by-laws and future
plans. There will be a general meet-
ing on April 18th to form and organ-
ize a permanent organization. This
club will have no affiliation with any-
thing else of its kind in the city.
PERSONALS
We very cheerfully welcome back
into the community Mrs. Alfred Dam-
us who has had quite a siege of ill-
ness at the Florida Sanitorium. The
community joins me in hoping for her
a speedy recovery.
A Lingerie Shower was given for
the coming bride of Jack Wolfson,
Miss Hilda Koplau. at the home of
Ruth Esther Rosen. Among the
guests were Lea Wolf, Mrs. Gustave
Baer, Mrs. Louis Jacob. Mrs. James
Becker, Mrs. Arstein. Miss Hindalyn
Kottleman, Florence Wittenstein.
Mary Blattner, Dorothy and Lucille
Mrs. Morris Skop, Elaine Klepper,
Baker. Shirley Braverman and Mrs.
Koplau. Delicious refreshments were
served and all agreed the shower was
a complete success.
YOUTH FORUM LECTURE
Protestor Richard Feuerstein of
Rollins College, eminent speaker and
linguist,' will deliver his second and
last talk in the Adult Culture Scries
on Sunday evening at 8 :00 o'clock ut
ili. Synagogue social hall. His topic
will be. "The Baal Shem Tov." There
will be no admission charge and the
entire community is invited to be
present
Stanley Jay Becker, twelve year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Beck-
er, celebrated his birthday on Monday
evening with a dinner dance at his
home on West Colonial Drive. As
his guests for the evening were the
Misses June Fleishman, Marian Sha-
piro. Corinne Stanger, Dorothy Jones,
Elizabeth Snine, Pearl Haimowitz,
Miriam and Florence Kottleman. Mil-
dred Haimowitz. Mary Lou Bennett.
Get Your Delicious Dairy Products
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
from
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
Miami's Only Jewish Dairy
3820 N. W. 46th STREET PHONE 8-2211
Kashrus under the supervision of,
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
AND RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFE

PASSOVER SERVICES
Friday morning at 7:00 o'clock all
first-born sons and their fathers are
invited to the B'Chor services. The
8 im will be conducted by Cantor
Leshinaki and Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
The community Seder is being arrang-
ed for Friday evening, April 15 nt
7:00 o'clock. Reservations may be
made immediately. Please communi-
cate with Mrs. Louis Jacobs of West
Gore Street or call 3504. Services
will be held as follows: Saturday
morning. Orthodox services at 7:00
a. m., Unity service at 10:00 a. m.
Community service at 11:00 a. m. All
parents are invited to a special Pass-
over service of songs. Two plays will
will be given on Sunday evening,
April 17th at 7 :30 p. m., by the chil-
dren of the Religious and Hebrew
Schoolsthe plays will be under the
able direction of Mrs. Rachel Skop.
On April 10th there will be a special
I children's Seder at 10:00 a. m.
Rabbi Skop gave a very successful
Stag party for Mr. Jack Wolfson on |
Monday evening at his home. Among
those present were Mr. Martiu Segal,
Sid Baker, William Leiberman, Al
Prince. Milton Nadler. Morris Labell-
man. Jack Wolfson. Morris Haimo-
witz, Sam Michaelson, Mr. Steifel,
Jack Mellow, Mr. Brenner. In the
course of the evening it was decided
i to form n Stag Club. For social, cul-
' tural and athletic purposes to be
I AS USUAL THE
! ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN;
i7nw OT TPTTrTTT STREET i
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WAN?!
A complete line of Manischewitz, Goodman, London,
Horowitz-Margareten and Strict Matzos
Matzo Products, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes,
Nuts, Spices, Vinegar, Nya Fat
The Finest Kosher_Passover_Wines
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
ORAYNOO
Due to the graciousness of Mr.
Goldstein of Goldstein's Kosher Mar-
ket on Chirrch Street, the next issue
EVERYTHING IN
MEYER LONDON, Inc.
Matzos and Matzo Products
famous internationally for the past sixty years
Distributed locally by
Wucher & Lynn Wholesale Grocery Co.
834 First Street Miami Beach, Fla.
5-3379 PHONE 5-3370
TO REALLY ENJOY PASSOVER
Insist On Getting
MONTORA
nD55 im r
KOSHER WINES
Port, Tokay, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry
and Haut Sauterne
Produced under the Supervision of
Rabbi G. Katzman of San Francisco, Cal.1
and bottled under the supervision of
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of Miami and j
Rabbi Moses Meschelof f of Miami Beach
Distributed By
MANHATTAN BEER DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
110 N. W. 4th St.Miami, Fla.
3_3412 PHONES 3-89311
Also handling a complete assortment
IMPORTED
PALESTINIAN CARMEL WINES
in original packages from the Rishon Le Zion Caves



PAGE TEN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
= Certified Business Directory
THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT
RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY......
ACCORDION INSTRUCTION
aci'i'hdions turn, to beginners!
...... u \ to iui\ i. eordton io
Delimiters 10
I BUai II
Mill | i hlMl-MlHl > f........P ,"-.'
.:i m) band In IC w< i as \. i
i ,i up. Ki di II Mutt lt
s \\ rih si
ACCOUNTANTS
CHARLES B. SELDEN. C. P. A
sv stems r.i\ 8ervle<
Mr" (, : \ .'11111-
Seybolil Building, Miami.
f .i.i Phons .' IMS
ATTRACTIONS
THE AQUARIUM
PKKV sr \ sl'l'riMVNS
Prom the Uull Stream, tlM Ifivergladei
Man} Intel Ml "IE
NO\ KI riKS \N'P GIFTS
eVR \OlK FRIENDS
tboard '!'. FtimOUS l-lo. k.i.'.r Rut- ;r:
PR1XS v vi.pim \is
v. Biscay n Boule\..-.,i and ith si
6ASCOMS TROPICAL BIRDHAVEN
\ '.; RING i largest collection ol
. .: "..-....
own snea do u | i
i i I bla. .N. v.. .-,
wl v v monke>s Bowi
.. i -
t irj *.:: .- i
' -'as M .-.I- -
I I
Vis toi ~ Wi
... st :-
DRAPERIES DECORATING
PARSONS DRAPERIES New l.va.
lion it Rlscayne Blvd. Phona 7-1511
Ample Free Parking E
1V: "' > m U caaa for ;'- yeara.
Drnpei M Blip Coven l>h*l-
sterlng Decorating
DRAPERIES
HEALTH CLINIC
wUm
AWNINGS
BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone "-MM. Prtli ami "ml Avr. X. K.
FLOOR FINISHING
SANDINa Mid Reflntahing Ploon
Waxing and Banding
Better PloortBetter Service
Deferred Payments ,f de-*lrd.
W. F Payne Jr.
f*^VE BROS. 4'3 V E. F9th ST
DR. PIERCE
WILL SOLVE YOUR
HEALTH PROBLEMS
Headaches, many other ache's, and
palna Immediately relieved i>> .1 drug-
leaa technique which is positive,
toothing and effective In restoring
health.
Dial phono I-71M for an appoint-
ment for khkh consultation.
DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE
ORTHO-anatomist
CHIROPRACTOR
Graduate P. S. C.
Our New Location
7 x. w. nth Avenue, corner 1st st.
PLASTERING, itucco and general re-
pair*. Patching a specialty; esti.
pairs. .......... -
mates. Phone 4-3853.
OPTOMETRISTS
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Renji,,i
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
60 X. E. 3&th StreetTel. !:::><
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. F. 11. FISHER. 1 >i ton 1 I
Eye Special it, 943 Lincoln Road, Ph.
Eye Sp.w.
SO, Miami lU.uh.
INTERIOR DECORATING
ANNE WRIQLEY
INTERIORS Antique* Member:
American Institute of Decorators
Miami Pea oh New Tork Miami
Beaoh Kla. 9;;, W. list Street.
. Phone 5-3713.
ORNAMENTAL IRON
DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBER8
PULLEN
METAL CRAFTSMEN". ORNAMENT-
AI. IRON SCREEN POORS
3SO X. E. 791 h St. Phono 7-1535
SCHOOLS
PAINTING-DECORATING
Ph. L. S. Townsend 2-6803
1S66 S. W. Third Street
LICENSEDINSUREDRELIABLE
Painting, Decorating, Watei proofing
FLORISTS
Wf CATIR TO WEPO'NGS AND
P A R T ; s I
occa
I 3 awning
,. -
sis .v iship. wide
r'. de* : a. \-r rent
* *wi Main offfc 143 s \v.
!4 Rea. h Ml w
1st s si Phone J-jti>.
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
ai :. Ri dge Phone S-C35S
I -" Re icli Phi ne
In -.- R id Ol V W. 17th
\ > phone ; Finest lasort-
f Fresh Cut Pli a In v
V'..,n\''V,s for ALL OCCASIONS
WIRED AXYWHKRF
FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
LANDSCAPING SOILS
Pll.VERlZED Soil fl.OO per vard;
k, Marl or Mixed Cow Manure:
3 bags for 11.00. Delivered anywhere In
Coral Gablee, Coconut Drove or II ami
Fho-r.o **-*. Agent will call ______
"FAINT SHOP OX WHEELS"
Furniture sprayed at your home Dries
while you wait, ready to use. Watch
for this uniaue Dalnt shop. Dp Luxe
Furniture Rpfintshine ShOD. 243 S.
W. 6th St.Phone 3-2440.
LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. Soils and S Palms and Shrubbery. Fertiliser for
Flower Beds, Screened Bolls foi lawi
dressing.
MELROSE NURSERY 4 SOILS CO
{VV,.N. W 27th Avo. Phones t-Mll
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
RO.^RDINCT Rattling. Groom
Dluckitig. Modem Boarding Ken.
nets. Dr. Major Schofield. 211 N. E.
10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence
Phone 4-1S52._________________________
ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND Girls
THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOOL
OUTDOOR classes, accredited teach-
ers, sports and cultural proar u,
handicrafts: meals, transpoi
roiiistered nurse; boardins; or ri>
students. Ph. 5-2027
4011 COLLINS AVEMIAMI BEACH
THE CATE SCHOOL. 713 Collins
Ave. Ph. 5-1779: Individual Inatru.
tion; open air classes: homo
used; Certified teachers; afternoon ac-
tlvitles; Hiis service.
SERVICE STATIONS
BAKER'S SERVICE STATION Re.
pairs on any make car. Prices
sonahle. Special attention to all mako
of water pumps and systems for you'-
home.Wooo-Pep Tlolene Oil 16'1
-'. W. ::j.-ul Ave Phone 4-3443.
SEPTIC TANKS
PRE-CAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS
InstaMMIonj. Repairs. Drain Lines
Outs. O'NEAL, SEPTIC TANK
CO.Specialists. Tel. 3-3701IKS x
W .2nd Ave. Night and Sunday ca'llr
*w\ NO! :-jt f.t tng aatiaf)
i* r is Venetian
Fetdinfl CXsirs tar rent. Es
IS \" t ,-.-
?k. x v :i-j a\.
iloovino Oerantums. fceogalwrinaa,
begonia vines, crotona,
its Many not '.:ste - ^l Hammock
< I v.! Manure t: yd Ph T-l7l.
S serj rN S vv ;: t^ s:.
LOANS
BUILDERS
i <'- Ruild ,\ Home''
XS WISH
1 will > \ / \
SS ;' MARi 01 \
?." s w -: s:_____________ -.-,
KISINESS COLLEGES
FRUITS
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
JAMES R COOPER
. -
FV^RESS SHIPMENTS
r. f5.-x I 9 Bu.l 3 S5
' Blf BOS } N
\ w
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
on
DIAMONDS
At 11 -- ib letList; 1 Ste ;.
'-.--
LOANS NOT UMTTE1 ISM
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
4* W y.isfr S: Phor.e 3-0521
The Bjnk for te Indiv'dujl
PIANOS TUNED
SEWING MACHINES
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
^ Scientifically and correctly done
Complete stock of new .iml used pia-
BOB at lowest prices. ROY H. CREAG-
ER piano CO ::i~ S V7, c:h St
Pho-ie S-iKJ.
PICTURE FRAMING
We Call ftir tr 1 Deliver Order?
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
Pictures FramedFramed Pictures
Glass Frames. 1*1 X. W, 1st Street.
r*-o-e 2-24^2
j ALL MAKES, repaired by factory e\.
Lh?^I.- AifJ UP: r^ts for :.!! ma-
1 chines. Lsed machines sold and ren--
i-d. Boiarth-s HuO Biscayne Blvd.
SICK ROOM ACCESSOBag
, HOSPITAL BEDSWHEEL CHUP.-i
RENTAL SERVICE <-"UKS
OXTGEN TEXTS
Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and
V?.Ji?"ryprf<:'y P'tted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
-a N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1 iV)
SIGNS
FURNITURE REPAIRING
M
N v .-
-
. V AM, dS\i SS COl LICE
V V\ <
-.,:.--. s ,::: TfS* Fl Si \ ESS
Jj N led.
V 1 -v :i. .. m S WL1LT
S.-. :-r P. -rst \r ;. -.,;- j:
> k doa Po a r*al Job caJl
MATTRESS RENOVATING
RELIABLE MATTRESS l 0
-
md better
S
EXPERT WORK I
I
"R
! N. i: ted Avi
: .t.". :: :.;
.>. t. 1st Ave. Phone S-*1S0
TRUCK LETTERING quo
SPECIALTY
________JOHNSON SIGN CO.
SOLARIUM
RXITl'RK .
- .c IV- no: M'sf cfeAB
TROPICAL MATTRESS CO.
\
~ i
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
CONVENT ONS rYcodings, "i-. ts


' CEMETERY SERVICE

-. .. .-,.-
CHIROPODISTS
Mi h vniVF IRIFFTX r;j
..... >
-
't* g'.Xt
Vtscon Co aT?5 S ^* Stk $t
FURNITURE SPECIALS
MISCELLANEOUS ^
Sun aid Sclar Turki.h Bath, jn
, Hotel Rcot
.,- Nerra Bo and
Mui
Re-.cmg Treatment*Col ime
_ Irrigation
M SS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST
^ M*. Coral oables.
.--------------------Phor.e 4-4043
- -

-N- ...
-
' w::: f
Tea e *.t.--i: v 1 -
' -^ *.v c -
PLUMBING
STORAGE
CORSETS
.-= AUTOfl = i--- : c- S-E
- -- \ ,,
:,--:,. ;
s --:s = E KOPPLOW
- COHs>ET SHOP v a t
.".-.-; -.- 11 ill s ; .
*'' -" C.-ntH 9 .-j p 5LJrf-
- -.- : CORSETS \ r BAIROICAL
--
..." .. $-E'ssj,'S
.....- '- _______________
DETECTTYE BUREAU
XK' wttn pads U.T1
-
- .

..
-
-
..-.- -. :.-f e.-.;-t Best artaaa
ri r
;=.:S* \ J- r^\ E\CS0E
I >
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
show cams BrALLCAsara r = .; "
f V.=J f>TF Ei. rv,cs-
-
A I. IffiRRIFIELD
ag ..: Gtt Ri
MFS "iv.;= ?i vrr; ...
>" ::--t::er t> -r
.'.".'v -" -: '--;-: i .!-,
. 1 1 -,. -; ... ._.
t\.V.; T.y.y^'.."--' ? *
JABS r and
--..
'" _.______
SE__ iSO 3c_ =__.-.
i -jar*.-.-
large,
-
-
HKEPROOK BI.DG, HEART OP
CITY
8 Mats* ;,>r,n effects.
- wlUi fre^ ueetm.
-" u k Jl : 2. *1 SO
PmbbbsU -Mils. fi..y> m,n.h
rsa*s. -.M -..n::i
-ms. 95 n>-.Dth acr)
op; Urtet iBtoaata of ft.irase if
: > t*. Warehouse Co. 13
* K. Sad Bt Phone 1-1906 tnd e
*-: tan ap.
C J DULBS
-
OESE. -SAT Si ;.-V--N>
rs n v -
~ r ad
: TRARS-W, re-
h irate- h'tte-
H<-tel and Restaurant
, ,. it-We se-vice
,, OVE RXCHANOE
GENERAL REPAIRING
.vn s s-arel
' ^* Fx-.v .w .-
Pr-.-:eo: -a-r rt -.' >.v- f .
~ r,^"Ai* r .:.- S*-.-.-f '
'>-.''>> se-.-.-? .- r*-n
v, v .- --__f-
\. rsv. m-.-m.
PtTBXT > ..
[ --
v > ......
DLAEEtlQ KIALTHPOOD8
-.-VE BED* sS_p ,,.,. .. -; -.-.- -^ ca-re-:- -.-- mi -( v = i M En
GOAT XTLS
MoggmrH
RADIO REPAIRS TRANSFER AND STORAGE
-
-. -
miajc mammon co
OFFICE SERYICE
s- :5,:\s
W !"4X> .
_REFRIGERATQBJ
'J.-J1
l rou anywhere in C S. A.
carrier. Phone
lAh MoTlnc .- -
_JBEE MOVING
N--"r .- i.-i-i .-- Sa r.--j
r>*.-.T-.-j _l~^
" c ff -" tC A-I
X : ~
-


r?.I5 XASIXG
-
r *se


?*E C "-1- > fU

-

*"* ~' r -" = ~ r ;:\;
-- .
- -
-
--\ f-Ci
"
OPTICIAN
3S LE03TAED W "haSEK
MASSES

I ES--------E

v- w^i!*LBtM pf raiaraacea
UPHQLSTERINQ
r51-SL i" BMl-STERING SHOP-
- .
ROOFLNG

WINDOW CLEANING
---> : r
sir., alwar-
-- .
5


FRIDAY, APKIL 8, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
YOURS TO OWN---YOURS TO SERVE WITH!
TUBS LOVELY TABLEWARE WH3LL
BE YOUR PROUD LIFELONG POSSESSION
Truly Such An Amazing Offer May
Never Come to You Again
BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECEiUNIT OF
A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE
absolutely free
for every New Subscription
or only 99c
with coupon for our old subscribers
COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT
With a Written Guarantee
Contains: 1 SALAD FORK
2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON
1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE I
(Solid HandleStainless Steel Blade)
I
6 Beautiful Pieces------Pure Silver Plated Rich
Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table
Something You've Always Wanted
Beautiful Silverware! All women love *t but few women own it.
Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving
your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE! To the thous-
ands of women who have always wanted this we have an announce-
ment of great importance to make. The Jewish Floridian, through the
co-operation of Oneida, Ltd., makers of ROGERS SILVERWARE, now
make it possible for ALL women to own America's Standard of Table-
ware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer
need you just hope for fine tableware ... but you, too, can now enjoy
lovely ROGERS SILVERWAREto enrich your table, to evoke the
admiration of your guests.
Heavy QualityGuaranteed Without Time Limit
"This beautiful Rogers Silverware Set, representing a complete table
service for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and
guaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith,
Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silver-plated to
extra standard grade on the finest 18 % nickel silver base, and in addi-
tion has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear.
These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the
back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality
silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace that
piece absolutely free of charge."
Free or Only 99c and a Coupon
And now think of this. The retail value of this unit is $2.79. You
obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the
unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which you clip from the
Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 pieces of ROGERS SILVERWARE for
only a little more than you would pay for ordinary silverware!
Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is un-
usual indeed! We urge you, too, t%> act on this offer, for it may never
ome again! Start saving your coupons now 1
No Limit to Units You May Obtain
There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can
obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain
a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the
low cash offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is
anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made
possible.
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida
Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which I enclose
two dollars.
Name ...................................................
Address ...........................'.....................
City ...............................'- .................
Obtained by ............................................
Address ................................................
(You are to forward me one unit as described, free of charge,
for my services in obtaining this subscription.) ___
FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida.
I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your
paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the sil-
verware described, to
Name ..................................................
City ...................................................
Address ...........................'.....................
(Mail Orders 15c Extra) ____________
Take Advantage of this Unusual Offer and
Obtain Your Unit of Silverware


PAGE TWELVE
THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN
FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1938
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1645 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A KXLLNER Rabbi
RABBIS RESIDENCE: 9^9 S. W. 13th Court: Phone 9-S1M
**der. This year the ch.ldrer.s right, April 13th at 7:30 o'clock in are urg-ed and cordially invited to be
:U take place on Wednesday the syna.>eue. Parents and friends BMamt
::,-: a
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
> hrit a: > a. m.;
ha a: 5:. p. ~. ; Maarir,
IS rcir-txes aft; 7 s.-s*:.
Satbath ser rk H Fi-Way
eTeLinj at 5. .*; r : Satar-
day morning at Sot a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 5:5 r. na.
LATE Fr:iiy t-.fi: A: r : 1.:. :i,-
fc F* -j wilui of the
----- I came to ac end after a
mm I riaataajj w-i' Tt
.'on*-**t period tan>a|k which the
M ;'. the ; :-:->; :-
the :a>: three year*. Looking back
- I re =c;:hs we view
w::i MtkA -:.r. :;- M re*: rnaai-
'--- bmI we are bip;y la report
'-;' rr:e-* rT,--i is a meass
Sabbath <
c the
r-J- '-i- B-^r Hiit-'C *: : -t-
tr*. '-.
CONRECATIONAL BOARD TO
MEET
TV:-- g. Apt
- oar m* the BoaN -- |
-:- BfMfMJii w. ; -i. plat, 1-
= = :rs ir- j-rfi :,- i:v::
SITIIM HASEFER
CELEBR4TED
AT -*'-' w .-..
tzitre* atter.cJ i;_ .'-:
pf***:-.a-_.--: f 1 r-w v::- T,rai tie Mf-erascs ry Kitir- :
: W i= A test t-- i?i (r.th=-
i>t : sr.r.t 7--.,
~:-c-i- 1:: :ie xrrrerit. = r*a'.-
i --= far :-T.r; :ie -ipectauon
-
Mr. r
with word* of 1
- Mi E a -
-- %'. li A.
--.-.
- : 1 f J
-
-
-
- -
-

" -
irr m .-.-
- -
-


-
K ft!
- -
-
- B ~ -
- !
-
-
* .
the >y- i 1

-
f MM
- Srite
v-n* were in
- :' Krv T. S relathi.
- ri be. Dt Jaea*
H K I hr th Kit
'- I '" I r>*r.t were Rabbi
' -r. A
Z.trrir u :> WTlataar, a
r fraa Mew Y rt
t tM rMMMJ Mrs. K
;r--rte-i each raetnSfr af the Haba-
U :i w.:r. a Pa^r.riara rt- k'.ao* as
a Ma .; irrreeiation frvai herself
*~- R Mack of th -
: the ererirj was d=e t. tM
-aihe - r-stra of Mr Brasson. Thes*
I rh ;'ty m i i-d aeeept-
M naorite J^w .;
-"'- i= of
-t
\ -..:- af tM Ij : A :i:!:-
ary besdc ry Mr-c Natbai rtlarting
Tr- =-. tte-
---- Mr DrtTiek ia irrar.ce-
y' -- N Flux-
heri PI 1 Ben .:,. rjaarfi Caert-
' ff W Chu U. Firt-- M Bad -
Mix UaMM*, a: PaH Ar-siia ;
Mix R::as I. Rosf^rarten '
ari Sir; S;.- ;-
UU)IE5 ArXDUARY
The sieetint cf the Ladtes Anx-.l-
:ary w:U be postpose^ froa T\:e April tftk, cue :e the pressure of
wcrk :: tie Passach week.
SHABBOS HAGODOL
-t .^arcrcay. April attan
- "AaMJM Oagad : bmI :n :h- iplrii
of Rabbit s -:i:::,:. BabM KeJner
-r^ak before Musaph on the laws
rteiMoa aa-
:' Miari B
SIT1TM FOR BECHOKIM
from f ,-
- -"" '' H S
- ril
in

- ;
SALE OF ( HOMETZ
"' :
-
B :,-
- -
CHILDREN ^ SEDEB
Passover
:= tit :rii:::;-i; -ir^ier
I

Do You
Own
Your Home?
Thar* < -n a ^e^te- | -*
JOE R U B I N S j T I- e-ai PiuneSMj T>^a'.
Federal Housing
Administration
Make* R PajaaftU
! Sea Breeze Hotel
St.;;:; S: a: Cc'.lirs Ave
STRICTLY KOSHER
cnsrjTE
PHO.VE 5.5444
S T =? car aa* wa r*-t>
a mm
t*- Acktr~a lj. a,
c-t-t J !!-
YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Suprvision of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
of Beth Jacob Congregation
Miami Beach
and
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
GRADE "A" MILKSWEET BUTTERSWEET
CREAMSOUR CREAMCOTTAGE CHEESE
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US
\\\^1 Wk


Full Text
Package Processing Log
.logFileName { font-size:x-large; text-align:center; font-weight:bold; font-family:Arial }
.logEntry { color:black; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
.errorLogEntry { color:red; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
.completedLogEntry { color:blue; font-family:Arial; font-size:15px; }
Package Processing Log
4/4/2013 10:20:52 AM Error Log for AA00010090_00477 processed at: 4/4/2013 10:20:52 AM
4/4/2013 10:20:52 AM -
4/4/2013 10:20:52 AM Item title is required but not supplied!
4/4/2013 10:20:52 AM -



PAGE 1

FRIDAY, APKIL 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN YOURS TO OWN---YOURS TO SERVE WITH! TUBS LOVELY TABLEWARE WH3LL BE YOUR PR OUD LIFELONG P OSSESSION Truly Such An Amazing Offer May Never Come to You Again BEAUTIFUL 6-PIECEiUNIT OF A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE absolutely free for every New Subscription or only 99c with coupon for our old subscribers COMPLETE 6-PIECE UNIT With a Written Guarantee Contains: 1 SALAD FORK 2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON 1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE I (Solid Handle—Stainless Steel Blade) I 6 Beautiful Pieces P ure Silver Plated Rich Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table Something You've Always Wanted Beautiful Silverware! All women love *t but few women own it. Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving your guests with the famous ROGERS SILVERWARE! To the thousands of women who have always wanted this we have an announcement of great importance to make. The Jewish Floridian, through the co-operation of Oneida, Ltd., makers of ROGERS SILVERWARE, now make it possible for ALL women to own America's Standard of Tableware Excellence. No longer need you envy other women, no longer need you just hope for fine tableware ... but you, too, can now enjoy lovely ROGERS SILVERWARE—to enrich your table, to evoke the admiration of your guests. Heavy Quality—Guaranteed Without Time Limit "This beautiful Rogers Silverware Set, representing a complete table service for one person, in the smart new Encore Design, is made and guaranteed without time limit by that world famous silversmith, Oneida Ltd. This excellent quality ware is heavily silver-plated to extra standard grade on the finest 18 % nickel silver base, and in addition has an extra plating of pure silver at the points of greatest wear. These points come at the back of the bowls of the spoons and at the back of the tines of the forks. Should any piece of this high quality silverware ever fail to give satisfactory service, we will replace that piece absolutely free of charge." Free or Only 99c and a Coupon And now think of this. The retail value of this unit is $2.79. You obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian and you get the unit free or pay only 99c, and a coupon which you clip from the Jewish Floridian. Imagine 6 pieces of ROGERS SILVERWARE for only a little more than you would pay for ordinary silverware! Women all over town will jump at this opportunity because it is unusual indeed! We urge you, too, t%> act on this offer, for it may never •ome again! Start saving your coupons now 1 No Limit to Units You May Obtain There is no limit to the number of units you can obtain. You can obtain service for one or the whole family. So make sure you obtain a new subscriber for the Jewish Floridian or take advantage of the low cash offer accompanied by coupon. The Jewish Floridian is anxious to make new friends. That is why this offer is being made possible. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida Please enroll as a subscriber for one year for which I enclose two dollars. Name Address City • • Obtained by • Address • (You are to forward me one unit as described, free of charge, for my services in obtaining this subscription.) FOR OLD SUBSCRIBERS THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. 0. Box 2973, Miami, Florida. I am enclosing 99c and this coupon as an old subscriber of your paper, for which you will please send me one unit of the silverware described, to Name • City • Address (Mail Orders 15c Extra) Take Advantage of this Unusual Offer and Obtain Your Unit of Silverware



PAGE 1

ypTTl AY. APRIL 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE ORAYNOO "OUR LIGHT" BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER, EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA. RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP inl2 HARWELL STREET ORLANDO, FLA. 0 renders! All two of you. Be„ OTe it „r not but I have been in New Vilk for the post four weeks and Iiev ,. r W as I more happy to leave. Tbere certainly is no place in the world to be in but Florida. And all tUil time our dear Rabbi, Morris A. Skop, has been kind enough to take over tbis column for me. So let's g ive bim a hearty thank you to show our sincere appreciation. of the Oraynoo will be delivered to the homes of the community during the coming week. Thank you, Mr. Goldstein. (Ruth Berkowitz. and Carolyn Becker and the Messrs. James Coberly, Jimmie Lloyd, Billie Dougherty, Wallace Simpson. Bubbie Fairchild Tillie Jacob Dean Fleischinau. William Urudd.v and Sanders Kottleuiau. A. S. Friedman of the Fairview Corporation, of New York City, iI guest at the Jefferson Court Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Cohen spent the week-end with their daughter and son in-law ut Sarasota. FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES OBI services will be at 8:15 this Friday evening. The Rabbi's sermon will be "Is there Slavery in AmericaV" What can Judaism say on this question ft" slavery? This sermon promises to be a most interesting one and mmunity is cordially urged to attend. TEACHER'S TRAINING COURSE In preparation for volunteer teaching next year the following members of the Junior League have been selected as tentative candidates : Hindulyn Kottleman, Shirley Braverman. Ritu Heller and Margery Frankel. Mr. Ben Shader spent touring the Fast Coast. Saturday formed by the young men married and single of the community. A committee was elected comprised of by the M.-is. Prince. Sfifel. Leiberman. Segal and Rabbi Skop to meet on April 11 tli to consider plans for a permanent name, by-laws and future plans. There will be a general meeting on April 18th to form and organize a permanent organization. This club will have no affiliation with anything else of its kind in the city. PERSONALS We very cheerfully welcome back into the community Mrs. Alfred Damus who has had quite a siege of illness at the Florida Sanitorium. The community joins me in hoping for her a speedy recovery. A Lingerie Shower was given for the coming bride of Jack Wolfson, Miss Hilda Koplau. at the home of Ruth Esther Rosen. Among the guests were Lea Wolf, Mrs. Gustave Baer, Mrs. Louis Jacob. Mrs. James Becker, Mrs. Arstein. Miss Hindalyn Kottleman, Florence Wittenstein. Mary Blattner, Dorothy and Lucille Mrs. Morris Skop, Elaine Klepper, Baker. Shirley Braverman and Mrs. Koplau. Delicious refreshments were served and all agreed the shower was a complete success. YOUTH FORUM LECTURE Protestor Richard Feuerstein of Rollins College, eminent speaker and linguist,' will deliver his second and last talk in the Adult Culture Scries on Sunday evening at 8 :00 o'clock ut ili. Synagogue social hall. His topic will be. "The Baal Shem Tov." There will be no admission charge and the entire community is invited to be present Stanley Jay Becker, twelve year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Becker, celebrated his birthday on Monday evening with a dinner dance at his home on West Colonial Drive. As his guests for the evening were the Misses June Fleishman, Marian Shapiro. Corinne Stanger, Dorothy Jones, Elizabeth Snine, Pearl Haimowitz, Miriam and Florence Kottleman. Mildred Haimowitz. Mary Lou Bennett. Get Your Delicious Dairy Products STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER from The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy Miami's Only Jewish Dairy 3820 N. W. 46th STREET PHONE 8-2211 Kashrus under the supervision of, RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER AND RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFE PASSOVER SERVICES Friday morning at 7:00 o'clock all first-born sons and their fathers are invited to the B'Chor services. The 8 im will be conducted by Cantor Leshinaki and Rabbi Morris A. Skop. The community Seder is being arranged for Friday evening, April 15 nt 7:00 o'clock. Reservations may be made immediately. Please communicate with Mrs. Louis Jacobs of West Gore Street or call 3504. Services will be held as follows: Saturday morning. Orthodox services at 7:00 a. m., Unity service at 10:00 a. m. Community service at 11:00 a. m. All parents are invited to a special Passover service of songs. Two plays will will be given on Sunday evening, April 17th at 7 :30 p. m., by the children of the Religious and Hebrew Schools—the plays will be under the able direction of Mrs. Rachel Skop. On April 10th there will be a special I children's Seder at 10:00 a. m. Rabbi Skop gave a very successful Stag party for Mr. Jack Wolfson on | Monday evening at his home. Among those present were Mr. Martiu Segal, Sid Baker, William Leiberman, Al Prince. Milton Nadler. Morris Labellman. Jack Wolfson. Morris Haimowitz, Sam Michaelson, Mr. Steifel, Jack Mellow, Mr. Brenner. In the course of the evening it was decided i to form n Stag Club. For social, cul' tural and athletic purposes to be I AS USUAL THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN; i7nw OT TPTTrTTT STREET i 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WAN?! A complete line of Manischewitz, Goodman, London, Horowitz-Margareten and Strict Matzos Matzo Products, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts, Spices, Vinegar, Nya Fat The Finest Kosher_Passover_Wines IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ORAYNOO Due to the graciousness of Mr. Goldstein of Goldstein's Kosher Market on Chirrch Street, the next issue EVERYTHING IN MEYER LONDON, Inc. Matzos and Matzo Products famous internationally for the past sixty years Distributed locally by Wucher & Lynn Wholesale Grocery Co. 834 First Street Miami Beach, Fla. 5-3379 PHONE 5-3370 TO REALLY ENJOY PASSOVER Insist On Getting MONTORA •nD55 IM r KOSHER WINES Port, Tokay, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry and Haut Sauterne Produced under the Supervision of Rabbi G. Katzman of San Francisco, Cal.1 and bottled under the supervision of Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of Miami and j Rabbi Moses Meschelof f of Miami Beach Distributed By MANHATTAN BEER DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 110 N. W. 4th St.—Miami, Fla. 3_ 341 2 —PHONES— 3-89311 Also handling a complete assortment IMPORTED PALESTINIAN CARMEL WINES in original packages from the Rishon Le Zion Caves



PAGE 1

wJewish Floridian w contuse Yfoe Jewiisti HlmSty 3&JL QJUAAj&Vd&s>ASu&'' VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 14. MIAM I, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 8, 1938 "-* %  —' J %  %  l PRICE FIVE CENT8 LOVE TRIUMPHS OVER NAZI-ISM Irvington, N. J., (WXS)—A German Jew's love for an Aryan (ierninn girl triumphed over Nazi racialism when Mrs. Charlotte Israel, newlyweil wife of Egon Israel, a German-Jewish refugee, gave birth to a son in the Irvington General Hospital shortly after she became Mrs. Israel. Naming her son Peter Franklin Israel, the middle name being in honor of President Roosevelt, Mrs. Israel said "Hitler shall never have him now —he shall be an Americun." Her marriage and motherhood climaxed several months of excitement for Mrs. Israel. Israel fled to America several rmiDths ago to escape two years' imprisonment in Germany for "race defilement" but his wife to-be, the former Charlotte Knaak. was arrested when she tried to cash a check for passage he had sent her. With the aid of the American consul in Hamburg she was released and arrived in Irvington just before the birth of the baby when Mayor Percy Miller married the couple after waiving the three-day residence requirement. New York (W.NS)— The German refugees who are thronging to the New York public schools have raised the cultural level of the evening schools, according to Morris E. Siegel, director of evening and continuation schools, who reported that 3.VI0 refugees are attending evening classes and 500 are enrolled in day classes. To meet this demand two schools have been set aside for refugees, one open all day and the other open in the evening. Nationwide Passover Broadcast April 14th To Be Heard Locally A Passover program under the ansplcea of the Doited Palestine Appeal will be broadcast over a nationwide hookup of the Columbia Broadcasting System on Thursday evening, April 14th, from 10:00 to 10:30 p. m.. and will be heard in Miami over Station WQAM. This broadcast will take place one day before the beginning of the Passover holiday which commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people from bondage under the Egyptian Pharoah. The program for this broadcast will consist of a talk by Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Chairman of the Executive Committee of the United Palestine Appeal: Frederick Schorr, noted basso of the Metropolitan Opera Company ; ritual music by the Free Synagogue Choir under the direction of A. W. Hinder, conductor; and narration by David Ross of the Columbia Studios. German Americans To Combat Nazis JEWISH GHAFFIRS RESCUE ARABS Jerusalem (WXS Palcor Agency)— The heroism of five Jewish ghaffirs who braved the flames of a terroristset fire was responsible for the rescue of an Arab father, mother and infant trapped in a burning house. Entering the Arab village of Mujeidal, an Arab gang set fire to the hoipe of the Shayit famihj-w*enthe dcimrml for money was refused. The Arab neighbors standingby Newark. N. J.. (WXS)—A nationwide campaign against Nazi propaganda in the United States was approved by the convention of the Federation of German-American Clubs, representing groups from IS cities. The convention called on Americans to eliminate all side Issues from the fundamental thesis of sound democracy versue criminally unsound Fascism and announced plans for enlisting the aid of religious, veterans', patriotic and other groups to counteract Nazi propaganda. A special convention to further the campaign was called for Milwaukee in September. EGYPT ELECTS JEWISH DEPUTY Cairo (WXS) — Ketiaih (atawy Bey. son of Cataw.v Pasha, a Jewish millionaire, became the first Jew to win a seat in the Egyptian chamber of deputies when he was elected as an Independent, pro-government and unti-Wafdist deputy from Komombo iu the province of Assnan. were afraid to enter the burning house. Five Jewish ghaffirs guarding the Migdal Zcdck ipiarries near bywere attracted by the flames and arrived in time to pull the half burned victims from the structure. Immediately afterward the villagers Sailed II|K>II the district authorities to assign to tin-in several Jewish watchmen. E BY GUILT! VERDICT IN CDUR JEW-BAITING T IN COURT OE CR That the citizenry of Dude County will not stand for Jew baiting in any form was definitely proven when a jury In the Court of Crimes with Judge Wayne Allen presiding on Wednesday, March 2*Jnd. last, found C. W. Cumminga guilty of using profane, vulgar ami indecent language in a public place in Miami. tcivntinn happened In front of the Elk's Club at JSast Flagler street and Third avenue. Aroused by the language, Martin brought the matter before Justice of the Peace Ferguson nnd it was sent to the office of County Solicitor Robert Taylor, who has jurisdiction in such matters. The County Solicitor filed an information in this matter I .Ol IS J. HAMEL Assistant County Solicitor who prosecuted (he case in the Court of Crimes for Dude County. Last December sixth, C. W. Cnmmings, who *s an agent for a tourist travelling agency in Miami in an altercation with Dan Martin also known as Dave Rodinsky. an agent for n rival company, according to testimony, railed Martin a "Jew bastard" and s Jew—using a vile epithet. The alROBT. R. TAYLOR County Solicitor for Dsde County under whose direction the informntion was filed and prosecution was conducted. and the case was brought to trial in the Court of Crimes. Mr. Taylor assigned Assistant County Solicitor Louis Hamel. the only Jewish appointee in the office, to prosecute the case. Mr. Norris McElya. a former member of the Florida Legislature, defended Cummings. In his plea to the jury which was composed of citizens from various sections of Dade County, all non-Jews, Mr. Hamel plead for an eradication of racial hatreds. In his plea be turned to the individual members of the jury and asked, "would you like to be called %  Protestant .... or a Catholic, or a Methodist coupling your religious faith with any vile epithet?" Judge Allen explained the provisions of Statute 7685 of the Florida Laws of 1M'J7 under which the prosecution was brought. In a JEWISH WAR VET POST ORGANIZED An organization meeting of the Jewish War Veterans of the I'. S. A. was held last Sunday at the V. II. II. A. The opening address was delieered by Junior Vice Commander Lowrey of the Army and Navy Union. Col. Lot* rey brought greetings from the Ann] and Navy Union and stressed the importance of the organization and nafd of a Jewish War Veteran Post here ill Miami, and cited the fact that this would complete the Circle of Veteran Organisations in this area. Addresses were also made by the National Junior Comiiiander-iii-Chief. Harry M. Wengrow. Atlanta, (in., and A. K. Reisman. Deputy Chief of Staff, also of Atlanta. Col. Sidney II. Palmer also (poke lauding and stressing 'he need of such an organization. Among those present were Comrade Michael, Past Commander of the Indianapolis Post of the Jewish War Veterans. Among those signing the charter was Solouian Radinsky, Miami Beach, awarded the distinguished Service Medal for overseas during the World War. Other prominent Jewish Veterans present who are charter in. mil. 1of the new post are: H. H. Furr. Col. Sidney Palmer. Harry tfarkowits, Herman Ginsberg, Eugene J. Weiss, William Karon, Frank Klein, Jules Weiss. Joseph Kiisvhbaum, Harry Oliphant. Samuel Cold stein and Abe S. Goldman. Temporary officers were elected and installed by National Vice Couimander were: Barry H. Fair. Commander; Harry Markowitz. Senior Vice Commander; Abe S. Goldman. Junior Vice • Commander; Herman Ginsberg; Quartermaster; Eugene .1. Weiss, Adjutant. Permanent officer! will be • at mi early date and will be installed at a public installation with National officers in charge, der to perpetuate American Ideals. The aims and purposes of the Ji wish War Veteransof the United States are: To be of greater service to the United St.nes and one another in orAll Jewish War Veterans of the Miami area are invited to communicate with any one of the officers and make application for membership The chatter will be held open for a period of thirty days to enable those Who could not attend this morning's meeting to become charter members. PRAYER FOR AID TO BE OFFERED JUDGE WAYNE ALLEN Of the Court of Crimes who presided at the trial. short time the jury returned with a verdict of guilty. A motion for n new trill was made which was over-ruled ty Judje Allen. Editor's Note: This story was not published previously because of the motion for a new trial which was pending.) IEWISH MEMBER REBUKES INSULT New York (WNSi—A Paasorer plea of supplication asking heavenly help for "a world that is very sick and whose pains Israel is especially niade to feel" ami praying for deliverance, as in Kiblical times, for the "'large numbers of our brethren in other lauds, in these times of darkness and stress." has been drafted "with great sorrow in our hearts," by a committee of the Synagogue Council of America for reading in synagogues and temples brought throughout the country on the Sabbath before Passover. Friday •veiling. April 8th, anil Saturday morning. April Oth. Tho prayer was issued by Dr. Silas Margolis of Mt. Vernoii. chairman of tho Council, which unites all shades of rabbinical and spiritual lay authority representing Reform. Conservative and Orthodox Jewry. The prayer will he read in the regular services preceding the prescribed prayer for the United States Government. Asking the Lord to note "the multitudes of our brethren who have been slain, wounded, driven out of their native lands, robbed of their posses sions. hurled from places of eminence which they had deservedly rcachsd,'' the prayer beseeches heavenly help and cries for "speedy deliverance to the sons and daughters of Israel who are singled out for persecution because they bear the name of a people Consecrated to Thy service. Lord of the spirit! of all flesh, who didst teach justice and love to the world, deliver all men and women of whatever race or creed, where they suffer. because liberty and right are overthrown by the wicked arrogancy of those who boast their brutal power and brazenly deny Tby teachings of righteousness, Father of mankind, come quickly, and illumine the whole world that the ihadows may flee away, that all hatred and iniquity may !• driven out of human hearts. Reveal the height of Thy spirit so thai :lll nations, laces ami creeds be ennobled. Strengthen liberty and jus,-. in the commonwealth! of men. Plant pity and compassion and lo\e of peace In human hearts. May those who arc in authority recogniae that not power hut righteousness esalteth %  nation, in the world's redemption from evil may Thy servant. Israel, find its salvation. May Thy Kingdom of truth, justice, love and peace come speedily." London (WNS8)—Enianticl Shinwell, l.ahorite member for the Seaham Harbor constituency, interrupted the placid proceedings of 'lie House of Commons by administering ilap in the flea to Commander R. T Power. Conservative, who had broken into the Jewish member's questioning of Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs Richard A. Rutler by telling him to "go hack to Poland." Enraged by the insult. Shinwell rushed across the room anil slapped Rower and then left the house after apologizing to the Speaker. After Shinwell's departure, Rower Apologised to the Iloust and said he would have apologised to Shinwell too if he had stayed. Shinwell was not poni In Poland but in London in 18S4. He is one of the key figures in the Labor Party. He was minister of mines in the Labor governments of 1024 and 10.10 nnd also served ns fin niiriiil secretary to the War Office from 1029 to 1030. URUGUAY WILL ADMIT REFUGEES Monterido, Uruguay iWXsi-Refugees and persecuted -lews from Europe will he admitted to I'riiguav, President elect Cciieral Alfredo Baldemir announced In an interview with the Sun. English-language newspaper.' His announcement was made in connection with Uruguay'! acceptance of an invitation to cooperate in tho American plan for international aid to refugees from (Icrmiuiy and Austria. TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning over Station WKAT (1600 k. c.) at 9 o'clock. It's full of interesting news and comments and music.



PAGE 1

TRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL •f MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th 8treet Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6998 Albacora Drive—-1265 630 N. E. 31st St.—MM MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE CONGREGATIONAL SEDER Because of the many requests that camp from our members and friends who had attended last year's Seder, we are Koing to comply with the wishes of these friends by giving a Congregational Seder at our Temple unSisterhood on Friday niulit, April 15, ilcr (!:•• sponsorship of Temple Israel lit 7 :00 o'clock. Due to the limited space in Kaplan Hall, however, we shall only lie able to accomodate 125 persons, and the first reservations received will be honored. Reservations will (inly be accepted if they reach the Temple office before Wednesday, April 18th. No telephone reservations shall be accepted. The sumptuous meal which will bo especially catered by Epstein and Kurt! of the Palm Restaurant, Miami Beach, will include wine and all the ritual accessories that go with the Seder. Reservation! may be made for $2.50 per plate for adults an SI.75 (or children under 18. Kindly mail all checks to Temple Israel Sisterhood. 137 Northeast Nineteenth street. CONGREGATIONAL At the regular services this Friday evening at Temple Israel nt 8.15 p. ui.. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach on the significance of "Shabos Hag*' dol" in his sermon entitled "The Laws of Pasover on the Great Sabbath." Services will be conducted by Rnbbi Cohnan A. Zwitman. Services are also held on Saturday mornings at 11:00 o'clock. l.MPORTAN TNOTICE Because of the fact that the first Seder will be celebrated on next F""' day evening. April 15th. services at the Temple will be held at 8 :00 p. m., so as to give our congregants an opportunity to attend the Seder ritual. The Passover calendar follows: Friday evening, April 15th, services nt 6:00 p. m. Saturday morning, April 16th, services at 10:00 o'clock. The sermon will be given by Itabbi Zwitman. Thursday evening. April 21st, services will be held at 8:15 o'clock. The sermon will be given by Dr. Kaplan. Friday morning April 22nd, Memorial services at 10 :00 a. m. The sermon will be given by Rabbi Zwitman. RADIO PROGRAM On Sunday afternoon, April 27th, at 3 :30 o'clock Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will talk on the theological implication* of the Passover festival. The address will be entitled "Israel's Election and the Law of Holiness," and will be given over WIOD. A very prominent vocal artist will be presented to the radio audience on that program. We invite our members and friends to listen to all of the programs given by the Rabbinical Association. This Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on "Ethics as a Basis of of Jewish Life." TEMPLE ISRAEL MUSICALE Professor Leo Portnoff of the Music Department of the University of Miami, will present a program of modern and classical tmisie flt the concert to be held on Sunday evening, April 10th nt 8:30 o'clock at the Temple, Featured on the program will be many artists. Including WaaaHjr Portnoff. violinist of note. In nddition to the vocal and instrumental guest artists. Prof. Portnoff will participate in the program, and will be heard in a very delightful repertoire Including compositions by Munn-Zucea, who will accompany him on the pinno. The concert, under the auspices of Prof. Portnoff, is being given for the benefit of the Piano Fund of Temple Israel. The public is invited. Tickets may be obtained from the Temple office, or nt the door at the night of the concert at 50c per person. TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD ELECTS Following a luncheon given by the Sisterhood through the courtesy of Miss Gene McDaniel, the annual election of officers of the Temple Sisterhood took place at the meeting on Monday afternoon, April 4th. The slate of officers presented by the nominations committee and accepted by the membership, included: Mrs. M. T. Travers, president; Mrs. Adolpli Wertheimer. first vice-president ; Mrs. Maxwell Bertuch, second vice-president; Mrs. Henry D. Williams, recording secretary ; Mrs. Harry Rubin, corresponding secretary ; Mrs. Morris Plant, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Nevins. treasurer; Mrs. Frank Perlman, auditor. A vote of appreciation and thanks was expressed to the retiring president, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, who had served the Sisterhood as its presiding officer for the past two years. Mrs. M. P. Travers accepted the leadership of the organisation in a brief address, in which she urged the members to lend their support in continuing the progress of the Sisterhood. Tampa Notes The Tampa Section, Junior Hinlns sah, held a regular meeting Thursday night ut the Floridian Hotel. The following officers were eleted as follows: President, Mrs. Dave Pennan; 1st Vice-l'resident, Miss Ruth Fiunmn ; 2nd Yice-1'resident. Mrs. Nathan Poller; Treasurer, Mrs. Louis Simonvitz; Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. Manuel Buclimau and Recording Secretary, Miss Florence Abramovitz. The Donor Dinner Dance will be held May 20th at the Hotel Floridian. Mrs. Nathan Poller is general chairman of the affair. Installation of officers will take place ut the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lutzk returned home Tuesday after an extended wedding trip to Miami and Key West. Mrs. Lutzk was Miss Rose Peretzman prior to her marriage. Burger. Buddy Cohen. Eddie and Frank Rosenblatt, Albert Aronovits, Herbert KeinbiTg. 1 rvin Herscovitz, and Phil Huimovit. The club will meet Thursday >i IK lit at the home of Miss Sylvia Haiiimvit. Mrs. Louis Buchmun and Mrs. Manuel Buchman will give a benefit card party for the Junior Hadassah April 5th, at the Leisure house. The M. J. M. club gave a buffet supper in honor of three new members, the Misses Shirley Kaufman, Muriel Cohen and Dorothy Starr, at the home of Miss Frances Zbar. Those present were the Misses Esther Argintar, Muriel and Cot Cohen. Luureen Davis, Edith Elozory, Sylvia Huimovit, Millie Kotler. Shirley Kaufman, Helen Peretzman, Dot Rosenfurb, Lillie and Dot Starr, Evelyn VanGilder, Frances Zbar and Jack Rosenberg, Herbert Goldberg. Arthur Hymnn. Bonnie Haimovit, Bennie The Merry Fellows Club entertained members, their wives and dates at an informal dance and party ut Villa Del Rio Monday night. Pavon WWB given to the ladies present. The e,ouimittee in charge of arrangements Included Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, Jack Wei-eman. Bill Wolfson, Alex Bokor and Simon Schwartz. Those attending the affair were: Mr. ami Mrs. Sol Fleiseliman, Jack Weissman, Helen Rlvklnd of St. Petersburg; Willie Sinionvitz, Mildred Brown. Walter LeibovltS, Dolly Wolfe Morris Pinmuii, Helen Aronovitz. Mr. nud Mrs. Nathnn Poller. Abe Verkauf, Mildred Carrol, of St, Petersburg. Simon Schwurtz. Dr. and Mrs. Leon Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Verkauf, Mr. and Mrs. Willium Wolfson. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bokor. Mr. and* Mrs. Julius Silverman, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Lebos, Irvin Sal-bury, Irvin Katz and Rose Katz. man. Isaac Dayan, Henry Finman, Bobby Herschovitz. Fred Aronovitz, Sorrel Wolfson and Herbert Weiss, Mrs. I. Salsimry was play director. Others on the program were Eleauor Rosenthal. vocalist ; Sylvia Haimovit, pianist; Louise Shear, reciter; I.ihha Seigal. voenlist; Joan Perlman, pianist and a chorus of children of the Sunday School. Dorothy Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sumuei Gardner and Isaac Dayan, son of Mrs. N. Dayan. were crowned queen and king of the annual Purim carnival. Harry Bass, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Buss and Tanya Mura Wohl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wohl, were past queen and king. (Continued from Page Eight) Woman's Auxiliary of Congregation Rodoph Sholom held its annual Purim carnival Sunday night in the school auditorium of the synagogue. All members of the congregation anil their friends were invited. Mrs. A. R. Berger was chairman and Mrs. I. Wohl. co chairman. A play. "Casting of Lots" was presented by the children of the Sunday School and those who took part were Roberta Frledkin, Adrienne Blumberg Ina Gotler, Joyce Lutz. Edward WeisGREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pi. C 1 Q1 O ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM A II. O'LOlM 515 Washington A venae i THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Pounded by the Late Mrs. Ida Fishkind, (First to Bring a Kosher Hotel to Miami) Will Be Open for the Traditional Sader Friday, April 15—Saturday, April 16 and the ENTIRE PASSOVER WEEK j REASONABLE RATES ENJOY A COMPLETE PASSOVER HOLIDAY at the HOTEL EVANS Seder Services By REV. I. FIALKOW First Seder Night FRIDAY, APRIL 15 1 To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand AUGUST BROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS A complete line of Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, Nut Cake, Sponge Cake Holiday Delicacies, all reasonably priced. At all leading Delicatessen and Grocery Stores, or at our Bakery AUGUST BROS. 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792 To bring enjoyment to your Passover table, prepare your foods with ROKEACH PURE and KOSHER POOD PRODUCTS nBB? nvs •ROKEACH KOSHER •NYAPAT •ROKEACH PURE HONEY •ROKEACH PURE FRUIT PRESERVES Strawberry—Raspberry —Cherry •ROKEACH KOSHER CIDER VINEGAR •ROKEACH KOSHER PEANUT OIL Second Seder Night SATURDAY. APRIL 16 Reservat ions Sn guest ed PHONE 5-4611 Enjoy the recognized cuisinr. convenience anl comfort of the HOTEL EVANS Collins and 10th St. MIAMI BEACH Same Management as HOTEL EVANS Loch Sheldrake, N. Y. : In Cans and Jugs At All Groceries I. ROKEACH ft SONS, INC., BROOKLYN, N. Y. • Trade Mark Reg. U. 8. Pat Off. Koolmotor Gasolene and Oils ACME TIRES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Distributed By ORANGE STATE OIL CO.



PAGE 1

PAGE FOTJE YHE JEWIfflrLORIDIAS_ iMJenist Fiendia r B-LAKT AS: :' c :ES r & Seoe-: .*- V;s Act Kick MITT*---: Bwaa-i BKH.KVTHT SOCIETY OF MAX RELSMVN \\ HT >PINOi%" TO BE >FBJECT FBIDAY, APRIL 8, 19 38 \I.\MAC HOTEL TO HAVE TRADITIONAL. SERVICES The beautiful Family Jacob* Alamac HoCal will observe the two Sader with traditional Passorer titset-rices in erery detail. Ev-t is beingmade to insure that s-rv; will be both dignified and v -B—-i Spiaosa thou art rtt and bone c: rab la %  •*-' -.-sc*j"r:c> Su BM-J :=*£ Geecgia IV .-...._ a..-;_:i %  ,-.: %  %  rr ; :. ; -.v..:-' : t • ...-.-.. >: -•: rk Wottsoa : • %  • : * days wz.cz. cue reads of =: -u:h aau-Se-Uatisuu. and arte-ru:: arouse racial prejudices :'. ii .rdee-d i 1:'.::=^* ::eurreuce t* fm-d that the citizenry of & co—rrzzztr i: -_:t apzr:~-. and —_1 -_:; suaud f:: bigotry and racual pre;ud_:; A ;ury m the Court :f Crami; siTi-il —eric a*: sp-rke cut ::i aid --r-.r---.knr:* Co-z-zai ::' urnMax pr. '%  -' •..a* oae bey. DossaicMix %  : .-• %  has .-. Ilaaaaj ;: a -.-:•' Ear a %  %  pea*. If rm v I : %  I • %  — %  ies:."TWS. -=r:li.z:i farrier?, la borers i^rd :>rjc :::: lauguigr rr. a publi: highway ir. calling a nan 3. Jew :.-.; uard ard & Jc=. co:p"-^r the Mm ~"-t will BfitlMCi T-T defense zi^d ;ie :zjfrir r-; p'.es :'zi: :"iii lirriarc -=-s-5 -:: •zrziiZi izir.iz.: :r %  ^I^-LT i r'.ti —r'_ kz:z *,c a':'ie %  xb; r-i'.:rT4 IL. Jew p^r.rg ird rs::5j rrejzdifes I: -j i p".;^ir.: kfiMslc WaMa ~: fird :zr rubl:: officials co^ragro^i axBpaajfe *3 wis Qpfoty Sol:avor Robert Taylor to naki iz issue 0& niatxtr of this kind and to proseenw. It "was more escosraging wbez a Jewish prosecutor saw his duty and unhesitatinflT champioued the cause of decency ir persoually handlirg this case tefcre tha yzzj Prosecutor Haxe! could easily have stepped out of thai case and had oue of his non-Jew. ish colleagues handle this particular case~ had he been craven and cowardly. Judge Allci c:uld easily have, on the eve of an elector, looked the other way, but he did not. As public officials, they saw IMf duty and did :t without fear or favor. Dade County through ius r.tLxeury and its officials thus send U the world at large the message we have no room for race pre;ui::< :':: :-g:try ^ Didi C:urty i KG aGI Ml \T I> ANNOrNCED %  %  1 area uu I -• %  • I • .: toghtei Mr. lion -on of Mr. aV-s Harris P*. Tat date of the atMiaf m %  BMBI Ian t • • • EVANHOTEL TO BATE GALA PA>SO>T;R TTUamL s". Mike I -1_ ^hiSLA, BIO.R.VFHT OF MRBIDKE1 -BE\ >IL\"EF. "TEPK1N teat '-? Toll — I .... :; %  %  -; ": '.i r artee.i M Bty froa Ml I !!;• F-1 .-I -i •> % %  : % %  %  ': aftVc* r Hidtsu of M:i=i Beaci Iwiat .*>:.a'. 5*:. Taualet ConneiL I 1 J-i-ri tl :_: P-^t'i 7aot Ooaajnajatioa aad taught r 8 hool there foe three yrirs. %  -.-.: 1 : r :; fraai Chi %  I lea : ; firat prtaa iz. 1 e:tysrilt iviT eeateat His ra ^rlaea -r ."ritx eoaaMti Miic B aeai ly w H isas been mar" *^noaa*eaet: Vy Mr. a-d Mrs. • UCT 1 Mr S.iiej I Z~i-( aad %  : %  ; T-rr = family. 3 -:-i ;:; % % %  :rcir_iu:.->* %  %  s:orj OCCIPVSWHOMF >l r Mra, B. H. London, prorn'•mmunal life of Miami iBOmefl that they hare mov new home at 2*40 FairMiami B*ach. where thy happy to greet their fr. • • • FREE gA Xiaa CLA88B8 OFTERED The W. P. A. is aponsoring I and conreraation Spanish • the T. M. H. A. %  -: %  rooms oa Tuesday and Tfcoreday r EeaVM Jules R. Lei' -or. The Tarioua daases begin II 3:00 p, m.. and continue tj A"': members and their riially inrited to tak:: r and those wa? i are requested to bring a I '-%  • • • HITTER> HOTEL TO BE OPEN FOR HOLIDAYS tor Is BraT>raan of New who il a IBwJl at M -.be traditions'. B :ter and Li %  [ the B ttat H • Fr%  n-ikv :'t I the fi %  "•" % %  I %  i. Because of %  %  nrr urg4 to I • %  %  .:. %  %  '"' n*olfsoa w;ll anIT; T %  Ham'.' aj -. ia*" • same place • • • POLK I OF SEBTICB CONTIMED B a H-Ireatet MiKosbei Mn :.. : %  genei lie f01 ..--• %  (01 MIL NOMINATES OFF It ERS Mn Hair] at I : acting chainnia I -. 1 _-.:tre, .I Mn. Aaron Roder, chairman. Ml the f'.ate of •' f officers of 11 1. B -. i %  v y Wit* Rer. I. FWikww • ;,w.s; Women at a Cantor and aasoiat c:.-^< der aerTices. Paaa with gaii tneWeaal Bate aarrieea **iiaaj 1 :"a ^-c Satreadai A;: H> ixatioo B w T M H A WHIP* CIVIC TEAM V7 -n->i"-:.--'ai' is the i Hy S : %  i %  H .... v 7" orri PASSIVES .. : TE\ taasx ; :" li_-: A : ;-; '. '. %  %  1 n Mnssiii >a w.=; -'•"' %  :••:: :%  '_i;t • %  i.-r rairj lesra af the ~1 a: Hirry G Z -•-::.--: w-~ a at T.i-=.-iz Pi-i 1: 1 %  '•>'. ; DO IT NOW: Jeia ffca T M H A. : %  • T w E %  : -TMOP. T" TO HVVE -VN'OrET BaaasaeV Best at hGasr. Ch* T W u,! I. a': f:rr^: Hirry IsBBtri MIi a) •-r:— i-rattj frr ti>* hera'. Mr> Bx*taaw Siassat: Tua—list. Bafeett aaeal hf hsia B taa f C5ah at K.I •.--:0 -ThainasB AJIWI VT n —nfliaflaj T* r*-i*M aral Jsnr Eaaaa: Par2aereaiag Ms*> Priori Tt? T. ... v:,.-. itilaHf aaHae b asiiHil BCBBBBI BBBBBWC\mit m L Baraje fssrUa aal Itaal %  • ir.g last Wednesday at the A :: Kominati inda -rd: PreMn BeaJ L* Vine: 1st Vice-Pr % %  • Mn Harry Barnhard. 2ri v at Mn Dry Stone: 3rd v Mn Maurice Jacobs: vick B %  %  : F. 1 > Mrs Kat Wi arrr t Secret iry, Mrs. for the S %  r Mn E iaa Bi I IBBB TU sre F f 1'1 ilofiBu MVZEL TOV %  : • %  %  f .the* Mm, Mr*. Sar= • • %  • rare year U COMPLETE PASSOVER LINE F r tar TO BE CARRIED te:: rt, Mra. 1 Both! Mn Sam Blank. T>-. 1 aeat 1 by Trachtenberr's • ind cure of D C. Mrs. Ra".;'IT.-: \ • %  the section eras ; coffees, regsr. appoiataaai I S 1 for eerri trietly KB* GOOD NEWS Mae K tarj :.a :*; Vtrh Kosher --;-;.•%  I cas-onK-red the choice the ttble. T %  '. %  %  I IT-. fce as e u a te i f by Mam • %  lit 1 ft; % %  !' is it eU-- far al i--t -. r T-a: sal r-£resx-ae--ts sHB he :a: r TW* • TTDE* HOTEL TO f'Rj-ERVE riHMIIM ;,-. i.-n.-rs! r BBtasy :.---w' : > in-pressiTe trad ret Sicer eerrices ti"= the ocean frrtt at Miami D BBTSC tha w^:: 1 Mr v. 1 --T .-f %  %  Bate 1'.'a.-aad Giaahcrg who hare act: adherence te %  the rnliest sense I a-a spare ao efforts to make ;


PAGE 1

PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN i West Flagler To Have Gala Closing The Weal Flagler Kennel Club Mill close the most successful season n it* history in n Maze of glory tortnight when the finale for the $1,000 Weat Flagler Derby will be run. Furnishing one of the moal beantlfill plants in the entire country in the very heart of Miami, the caliber of racing provided brought thousands to the track every night. Thrills wire provided the fani by the beautifully laid out track ami the exceptionally fine racing greyhounds that contested nightly for the prizes. Jake Slier, president, and the rest Of the officials of the company and .-ill the employed ex p re ss ed their sineere thanks to the residents and visit, in who helped make this season the outstanding one in dog track history. SEABOARD DAIRY TO HAVE PASSOVER PRODUCTS The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy, opcrated by Mr. Louis Jacokskind and son, Max. announce that Rabbis Abraham A. Kellner of Miami and Moses Mescheloff of Miami Beach will be in charge of the production of fine Passj over dairy products and that n Mashgiaeb named by them will be in rcsi deuce at the dairy during the entire Tnssnver holiday. Each bottle and pnekago containing the products will bear the fnscimile of the Rabbi's signatures to enable the customer to identify the Pasover products. NEW INDUSTRY IS ORGANIZED Tampa Notes Y. M. H. A. DRIVE STARTED WITH BREAKFAST The Y. M. II. A. membership drive started with the convening of workers by Earnest Maaa, chairman of the Board of Directors) at the breakfast held at the Y. M. II. A. on Sunday morning. Mr. Maas announced the appointment of Morris D. Weisman as campaign chairman assisted by Jay Markowitz. Oilier workers present were: Dr. J. Leon Bchwarta, president; A. M. Wolfson, vice-president; Monica I'mau, secretary, also Sol Haliczcr, Leon Haber, Judge H. N. Sandier, Abe Silber, Sidney Linker, ltubbi Adolph Burger. Max E. Brody, Sam Weber, Manuel Aronovitz, Julius Silveriimn. Philip Grubstein. J. D. Rosenthal. Joseph Abramovitz. Sol Levine. Simon Segall. Isidore Glassman, Ike Weiss, Sam Bcrger, Sol Kotler, Sam Ilymnn and Sam Schonbrun and son. Pledges were reported from David Stein. Sam Stein and Maurice Stein, also from W. J. Abramovitz, who were unable to attend. Report meetings will be held every evening at 8:00 o'clock during the wick at the Y. M. H. A. building and the final reports will be made on Monday evening, April 11th. the I'linpnuy. with his son-in-law Sidney L. Arnson treasurer, and Mr. II. II. Miller secretary. An invitation is extended to the general public to call at the new plant and to see for themselves the interesting operation of this new industry. Southern Beverages, Inc., organized in Miami recently began operation of its t-oft drink bottling plant in its modern and new building at 2055 N. W. Seventh Avenue. The building, land and equipment represents an investment of more than feventy-fivc thousand dollars. The latest in modern, sanitary bottling und manufacturing equipment has been installed for the Double-Cola and other soft drinks the firm will proi) for the local trade. More than twenty-five employees are now engaged by the company and the personnel will he increased shortly, Sam Blank, bead of the Florida Sugar Distributors, and prominent communal worker and philanthropist in this area for many years is president of SCHIFF'S DELICATESSEN AND KOSHER MARKET 618 Collins Ave.—Miami Beach will supply your every Passover Need MATZOS. MATZO PRODUCTS KOSHER WINES DAIRY PRODUCTS Choice Kosher .Meats and Poultry Phone 5-3751 Free Delivery DAVE SHOLTZ THE ALL-FLORIDA CANDIDATE for the UNITED STATES SENATE HE MADE GOOD AS GOVERNOR Let him complete the job for Florida in the United States Senate (I'd. Political Adv.) :•: AS USUAL MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET Will supply your every Passover want! Manischewitz, Horowitz-Margareten, London and Streit's Matzos. Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts of all kinds, Spices, Vinegar, etc. KOSHER PASSOVER WINE POLITICAL BRIEFS Stressing that South Florida despite its vast agricultural and industrial interests has had no representative on the Railroad Commission Which controls public utilities, railroads, etc.. in Florida for the past fourteen years, Walter Kel prominent attorney of Dade County is asking for the support


PAGE 1

PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 = CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY ACCORDION INSTRUCTION ACI'I'HDIONS turn, to beginners!— ...... u \ to iui\ i. eordton IO Delimiters 10 I BUai II Mill | i hlMl-MlHl •> f. P %  • %  ,"-.' •.:i m) band In IC w< i as \. i i ,i up. Ki di II Mutt lt s \\ rih si ACCOUNTANTS CHARLES B. SELDEN. C. P. A sv stems r.i\ 8ervle< Mr" (•, : \ .'11111Seybolil Building, Miami. f .i.i Phons .' IMS ATTRACTIONS THE AQUARIUM PKKV sr \ sl'l'riMVNS Prom the Uull Stream, tlM Ifivergladei Man} Intel Ml "IE NO\ KI riKS \N'P GIFTS eVR \OlK FRIENDS tboard '!'. %  • FtimOUS l-lo. k.i.'.r Rut;r: PR1XS v VI.PIM \is v. Biscay n Boule\..-.,i and ith si 6ASCOMS TROPICAL BIRDHAVEN \ '.•; RING i largest collection ol .: "..-..• %  .. own %  snea do u | i i %  i %  % %  I bla. .N. v.. .-, wl v v monke>s Bowi • %  %  .. i t • irj *.:• %  : .- • i '• %  -'as M %  .-.II I %  Vis toi ~ Wi %  ... st :•••-• DRAPERIES DECORATING PARSONS DRAPERIES— New l.va. lion it %  Rlscayne Blvd. Phona 7-1511 Ample Free Parking E 1V: "'• > • m U caaa for ;'yeara. Drnpei M Blip Coven — l>h*lsterlng Decorating DRAPERIES HEALTH CLINIC wUm AWNINGS BETTER DRAPERIES Phone "-MM. Prtli ami "ml Avr. X. K. FLOOR FINISHING SANDINa Mid Reflntahing Ploon Waxing and Banding Better Ploort—Better Service Deferred Payments ,f de-*lrd. W. F Payne Jr. f*^VE BROS. — 4'3 V E. F9th ST DR. PIERCE WILL SOLVE YOUR HEALTH PROBLEMS Headaches, many other ache's, and palna Immediately relieved i>> .1 drugleaa technique which is positive, toothing and effective In restoring %  health. Dial phono I-71M for an appointment for KHKH consultation. DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE ORTHOANATOMIST CHIROPRACTOR Graduate P. S. C. Our New Location 7 x. w. nth Avenue, corner 1st st. PLASTERING, itucco and general repair*. Patching a specialty; esti. pairs. mates. Phone 4-3853. OPTOMETRISTS HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Renji,,i Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty 60 X. E. 3&th Street—Tel. %  %  :::>< GLASSES OF DISTINCTION By Dr. F. 11. FISHER. 1 >i ton 1 I Eye Special it, 943 Lincoln Road, Ph. Eye Sp.w. SO, Miami lU.uh. INTERIOR DECORATING ANNE WRIQLEY INTERIORS — Antique* — Member: American Institute of Decorators— Miami Pea oh — New Tork — Miami Beaoh Kla. — 9;;, W. list Street. Phone 5-3713. ORNAMENTAL IRON DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBER8 PULLEN METAL CRAFTSMEN". ORNAMENTAI. IRON SCREEN POORS 3SO X. E. 791 h St. Phono 7-1535 SCHOOLS PAINTING-DECORATING Ph. L. S. Townsend 2-6803 1S66 S. W. Third Street LICENSED—INSURED— RELIABLE Painting, Decorating, Watei proofing FLORISTS Wf CATIR TO WEPO'NGS AND P A R T ; s I occa I 3 awning ,. sis .v iship. wide r '. de* %  : a. • % %  \r rent *wi Main offfc • 143 s \v. • • !4 Rea. h Ml w • 1st s si Phone J-JTI>. EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. ai : Ri dge Phone S-C35S— I • -•" Re icli Phi ne In -.•• R id Ol V W. 17th \ > phone ; Finest lasortf Fresh Cut Pli a In v V'..,n\''V,s FOR ALL OCCASIONS WIRED AXYWHKRF FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY LANDSCAPING SOILS Pll.VERlZED Soil fl.OO per vard; k, Marl or Mixed Cow Manure: 3 bags for 11.00. Delivered anywhere In Coral Gablee, Coconut Drove or II ami Fho-r.o *•*% %  *. Agent will call "FAINT SHOP OX WHEELS" Furniture sprayed at your home Dries while you wait, ready to use. Watch for this uniaue Dalnt shop. DP Luxe Furniture Rpfintshine ShOD. 243 S. W. 6th St.—Phone 3-2440. LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE. Soils and S students. Ph. 5-2027 4011 COLLINS AVE—MIA MI BEACH THE CATE SCHOOL. 713 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-1779: Individual Inatru. tion; open air classes: homo used; Certified teachers; afternoon actlvitles; HIIS service. SERVICE STATIONS BAKER'S SERVICE STATION —Re. pairs on any make car. Prices • sonahle. Special attention to all mako of water pumps and systems for you'home.—Wooo-Pep — Tlolene Oil 16'1 %  -'. W. ::j.-ul Ave Phone 4-3443. SEPTIC TANKS PRE-CAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS InstaMMIonj. Repairs. Drain Lines Outs. O'NEAL, SEPTIC TANK CO.—Specialists. Tel. 3-3701—IKS x W .2nd Ave. Night and Sunday ca'llr *w\ NO! :-jt f.t tng aatiaf) — i* r is — Venetian Fetdinfl CXsirs tar rent. Es IS \" t ,-.?K. x v :i-j A\. ILOOVINO Oerantums. fceogalwrinaa, begonia vines, crotona, its Many not '.:ste \ / \ SS ; MARi 01 \ ?."•• s w %  -: s: -.-, KISINESS COLLEGES FRUITS INDIAN RIVER FRUIT JAMES R COOPER FV^RESS SHIPMENTS r f5.-x I 9— Bu.l 3 S5 Blf BOS }• N \ w CASH AT REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES on DIAMONDS At 11 -ib let—List; 1 Ste ;. %  -LOANS NOT UMTTE1 ISM MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 4* W y.isfr S: Phor.e 3-0521 The Bjnk for te Indiv'dujl PIANOS TUNED SEWING MACHINES PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING— ^ Scientifically and correctly done Complete stock of new .iml used piaBOB at lowest prices. ROY H. CREAGER PIANO CO ::i~ S V7, c:h St Pho-ie S-iKJ. PICTURE FRAMING We Call ftir tr 1 Deliver Order? WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures— Glass Frames. 1*1 X. W, 1st Street. r*-o-e 2-24^2 j ALL MAKES, repaired by factory e\. Lh?^I.AifJ U P: r^ts for :.!! ma1 chines. Lsed machines sold and ren-i-d. Boiarth-s HuO Biscayne Blvd.— SICK ROOM ACCES SOBag HOSPITAL BEDS—WHEEL CHUP.-i RENTAL SERVICE < -" U KS OXTGEN TEXTS Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and V?.Ji?£" ry — p rf <:'y P'tted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. -a N. E. 2nd Ave.—Phone 21 iV) SIGNS FURNITURE REPAIRING M N '• %  %  %  v .%  V AM, dS\i SS COl LICE %  V V\ < %  -.,••:.--. s ,:•:: T fS* Fl Si \ ESS Jj N led. V •. 1 -v :i. .. M S WL1LT S.-. :-r P. -rst • \r • ;. -.,; %  % %  • • • j: > % %  k doa Po a r*al Job caJl MATTRESS RENOVATING RELIABLE MATTRESS l 0 %  • md better %  S EXPERT WORK — I I "R N. i: ted Avi : %  .t—.". :•: :.; .>. t. 1st Ave. Phone S-*1S0 TRUCK LETTERING QUO SPECIALTY JOHNSON SIGN CO. SOLARIUM RXITl'RK %  .c IVno: M'sf cfeAB TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. • \ ~ i COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY CONVENT ONS rYcodings, "i-. ts— %  %  CEMETERY SERVICE %  -•. .. %  ••.-,.-• CHIROPODISTS • Mi H vniVF IRIFFTX r;j %  > 't* g'.Xt Vtscon Co aT?5 S ^* Stk $t FURNITURE SPECIALS MISCELLANEOUS ^ Sun aid Sclar Turki.h Bath, jn Hotel Rcot .,Nerra Bo and Mui Re-.cmg Treatment*—Col ime Irrigation M SS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST ^ M*. Coral oables. Phor.e 4-4043 %  -N... w::: f Tea e *.t.--i: v 1 -^ *.v %  c PLUMBING STORAGE CORSETS .£-=• AUTOfl = i--: cS E -\ ,, :,--: %  ; s --:s = E KOPPLOW COHs>ET SHOP v A — t .".-.-; -.- 1 1 ill s ; %  •' %  •' •%  •" C.-ntH 9 .-j P 5LJ rf- -.. : CORSETS \ r BAIROICAL -..." ..£ $-E's£sj,' S %  '•. • %  DETECTTYE BUREAU XK' • wttn pads U.T1 %  %  .. %  %  ..-.-. — :.f e.-.;-t Best artaaa ri r ;=.:S* \ J- r^\ E\CS0E I > GENERAL EQUIPMENT SHOW CAMS BrALLCAsara r = .; f V.=£J f>TF .£ Ei. rv,c s A I. IffiRRIFIELD ag ..: Gtt Ri MFS iv ; = ?i vrr; ... >" ::--t::er t> • %  -r .'.".•'v • -"• -: '--;-: i %  .!-, %  1 1 •„-,. -; ... ._. •t\.V.; T.y.y^'.."--' ? JABS r and -•-. %  %  '" _. • SE__ iSO 3 c_ =__.-. %  i -jar*.-.large, %  HKEPROOK BI.DG, HEART OP CITY 8 '• Mats* ; ,> r n „ effects. -• wlUi fre^ ueetm. %  -" %  u k Jl : 2. *1 SO PMBBBSU -Mils. fi..y> m n h • %  • • rsa*s. -.M -..n::i -ms. 95 n>-.Dth acr) op; Urtet iBtoaata of ft.irase i f : %  >• t*. Warehouse Co. 13 *• K. Sad Bt Phone 1-1906 tnd e *: tan ap C J DULBS OESE. -SAT Si ;.-V--N> rs N v ~ r ad : TRARS-W, re%  h irateh'tte- H<-tel and Restaurant ,. •_• it-We se-vice ,, OVE RXCHANOE— GENERAL REPAIRING .VN S s-arel ^* • • Fx-.v— .w .• Pr-.-:eo: -a-r rt -.' >. v f ~ r, ^"Ai* *•• • %  r .:.- S*-.-.-f %  '>•-.''>> se-.-.&f — *• .-• r*-n v, —. v .--__ f \. rsv. M-.-M. PtTBXT > £ .£. [ -v %  • %  > %  %  ...... DLAEEtlQ KIALTHPOOD8 -.-VE BED* s S _p ,,.,. .. -; -.-.-• -^ ca-re-:-.-- %  mi %  -( v = i M En GOAT XTLS MoggmrH RADIO REPAIRS TRANSFER AND STORAGE %  -. MIAJC mammon co OFFICE SERYICE s %  • :£5,:\s • W !"4X> _REFRIGERATQBJ 'J.-J1 l rou anywhere in C S. A. carrier. Phone lAh MoTlnc ._JBEE MOVING N r .i.-i-i •.-Sa %  r.--j r >*.-.T—-.-j _l~•^ c ff -" tC A-I X : ~ %  r?.I5£ XASIXG r *SE %  %  ?*E C "-1> fU %  *"* ~' %  %  r -" = ~ £ r ;:\; -. -£-£\ -££ f-Ci OPTICIAN 3S LE03TAED W "HASEK MASSES %  I ES E vw^£i *L B t M pf raiaraacea UPHQLSTERINQ r 5 1 -SL i" BM l-STERING SHOP. ROOFLNG WINDOW CLEANING %  %  --> : r sir., alwar-%  5



PAGE 1

PAGE SIX ./ '; THE JEWISH FLORTDIAH FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washing-ten Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach* i• ." •JSES VES-C-ELC". Ra. •p-:-t s-oa K ba cB\R MITZ\ \ Mx-i Mr*. Integ FM* r.-. %  -r tie Bar Mfcaaa If •n* ;^*ee : nt i •; Rabx M:*e* M>---: ff w.. -it ";•: T if-...~ Ctsttt )ba:• --• :-:-.; M -.. % % %  it 7 >. .; >_k A >%  :•... -:-i:-; MM %  "•:*<•;. %  ch-. Ttiajasaia H. Laaiia, Mr*. -: M that Mr*. 7 H %  : • iIT .• -. : %  C = :• .--ir: '-_ --.-7 %  %  it I %  %  : • • : %  : -; r :' • .' c: : A .->titKKnight %  :-: s — y trT InrS; -1 *-.:.: M;:.r • •!: -! Stare* B* .' laat *~ekn :-::•• gam m the gL'ri: -.-'rr ad --.%  %  tion of tt-r FIr; Bacarity law 1 I the Kate t< taha %  %  ._-. boaaaa I for %  '.;--: baa rt-.-:r-: grat oratj a* ii,.>r;: ---itat hwui Atke* ; id of Bbata x •' To aw [a -. HMi* of tneation aa dn of a B that ht jtrate vi: r rUt trade 1 Bute ku I r or ao. %  ;.-• %  rraoi akoih bow he 1 to F BNAI BRITH T BRIEFS W. r glad some of the member* of B'nai B'rith are on the job wh--n 1 ail-d on to do a bit of work for thf Lodge, rat it' indeed r '• that an even larger num!,. r r y tophaW OMi and not pirtripadag in the fine work. We're eerPresUeat Stone will be happr MNM of you lazy gentl:-<-ful work if you'll :.word. W< 1 forward r Be* Lt %  I: RM7. • %  Deal %  a ooa-Jew. -"-"-•in. r. %  ? .. t A -. --.. ._. M nii throvth Rabbi Moan '.'-'• • '• i • %  ..;!: ,r.-r -'• .'I' rood .-. Z A. %  rk bei -: || I at Beth Darid • -. -: % %  w.i: > • ooraeed aad we'll feel better WARNING POLITICAL BRIEFS.': rorxG MEN < QBorp I !' 1 • %  %  : • %  • U '.. 11 M-J %  Bn kfaat 1 fc*r-. • HABANOTH C I.l"B The new brai B fa girii from 12 I IS 1 gaaiaed I .%  ; alonj IT s^r-:~-r. I M" %  Mr. M p, <1 .. ; • • r. Jadita N! ry. 1 B ry sr* ;•.';-.--; Hsi* %  • %  SI \D\V SCHOOL PROMOTION '•• 7 :' : •• f the F %  : : • %  %  ted in 1 Mr. I ':.-'• -: I progrtM I hii campaign than be i in mar rim peraonally the of norU whom fit to elerate don f r which h WhO' he is ir--:.anr assurances Mi Fatck ii more con%  in the rolini the SUGAR DIABETES 8UFPERERS Send for a fre* booklet OTTO CISKY Lee-burg, Florida 1 leral 1 1 to match lollar foi ~ %  thi itry. Thrilling SLE SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligatsr Wreotimfl Every Hour s *k*y *'*• rd i6th st IN THE TRADING POST Indian Oolla Baakeu Moccatina Ruga Blanketa Alligator Bagi — Silver Work 25C Admiaaion lneluda Everything RITTER'S HOTEL LA FLORA HOTEL Coilini Arentie at Thirteenth Street MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Sader Services Rendered by REVEREND ISTDOR BRAVERMAJT ATTRACTTVE LOW RATE8 NOW AND FOR PASSOVER Northers Resorts: Bitter-i Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey Ritter 1 Ocean Royal Hotel. Bradley Beach. N J. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED J-*ra B'nai Rach:" ao be rare I -•• b I.-:. ... -• %  aeai roeaday night. !• • Ila bt-ginning to get • f and will soon bbeard from with the Jewi.-h students I rity of Miami, if what They had a nice .la-t Wednesday and wita -•ance Doc can make good. L rail for Badat reserrations • y..a B-n Britha. How many boys can you invite to your Sader this coming week? Let Preaider.t Stone kn>>w immediately. B -.-.at all and sundry may know. -•.••-t writer is resigning f,r g'd. better or worse, right here and r,ow. G>-t your victim ready to take my place. Mr. President. Thanks. HOROWITZ MAttGARETEN MATZOHfr PASSOVER i#f&Tt f '\ tfgSP Si>* IHI" T MATZOi 5 rPA SSOVtB l& 'THE MATZOH WITH THE TASTE AND OTHER MATZOH PRODUCTS HOROWITZMARGARETEN WhW YORK. N.V. DISTRD3UT0B FLORH)A SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS N. E. 26th Street ttainTplorida WE TAKE PLEASURE AND PRIDE IX ANNOUNCING THAT KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Will be produced by us in full compliance with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach AND IN THE PRESENCE OF A MASHGIACH, APPOINTED BY THE RABBIS IF YOU ARE NOW A CUSTOMER OF THE MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUC ERS ASSOCIATION, LVSTRUCT YOUR ROUTE MAN ABOUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PASSOVER PERIOD IP TOURDAIRYMAN, NOW SERVING YOU, WOLL NOT BE PREPARED TO SERVE KOSHER PAS80VER p^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ TO SERVE TOU. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW Call, Write or Phone liami 768 N.W. 18th Terrace Home Milk Producers Association Phone 2-7696



PAGE 1

PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I CHETY • RNAI R'RITH TO MEET A:. important business meeting B : Irk Lodfe will Se t B : Talmud hall i ; April IS %  %  1 r. attorney of ICiasai %  :. I N | .n to --ent the fecal Louise at I. I.VNDOSIX DAIRIES TO ENTERTAIN AT SI PIER Moees which will combine the bull! be made. Bo P ROTTM FAS90YBB Mrs. Max S IS % % %  •* of the coming \ MliRWSlON 3 W 17:1 1 arith the poaaibUitiea ..-.-•-•• :;i events in Europe, the ftaaacial standing of tfc* Lodge %  r : if Mr. Shapiros mother, A mat lure will follow. A report 0 f tne Anti-Defam..: Sea Deiriee at 3 Mra. Morris S • • • gartagre< i C F .' Mn Harrj YTeinSEA B B B EZE HOTEL TO ra in Dade Coast? will S' prat rar.ped Co hav, ; are, MA A I HAVE BEDOBOI All merer..%  : :. all ita ei r was i lurini rhe Sea Brew Hotel, operated by The membeil arc eoksi all Lmong tk* gaeau :• Mr. Mr. Joe Kubin will provide for the \ Z A nallatfea at Bel "•'• i M I' r, Mr. end gneeta for the D v • _• April utl a K Mi Mn entin Passover week and special arl orajaj I %  A :'.s keea s y v j ... j will be made for the ob: r ... y .. M ^, won 8oiet dairj pi tad the Maehj Skiriej Pepper %  ami two Babbit will rei ... Hit! | Udaj O E > l 11 \PTER TO '. ." • r Ha I IM ik I : BE GCBST8 iD : at which the dab wil era of Emanak Chapter Ekanday evening at 1 staining I N 175.0. E. 8 tad their haabaadi B Palai dak a: eight-thirty. • cream, are invited to a "Get Togetker Party" DAIRY PRODI CTS TO Dai ng < aer. roosts cd Mr. aad Mra. > I PROVIDE KOSHER PRODITTS '" %  % %  ** %  v i: %  %  : tbairloaM 1673 Nocai, iccordaace with a custom of JINTOR HAOA8SAH TO HOLD DINNER nee of the traditional Passover %  .:-.-. next Friday and Saturday A promiaeat Cantor will di: ritual both nights and Paaaorei cuisine will be MI I I d to iature a gala I >li lay observance. •" %  ...-... % %  ;.-... : • Romers to identify it, tif will tea* table deearatkwi i ... u i 10 BE BAR tart\ v Parori Mrs. Irving Fr iak of Miai Bead at M :. lay evening. April 11th, :.: 7 :•"N) p. m. FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 company which has been especially set aside for the production of Passover products during the entire week of Passover. Each bottle and packagwill bear a faseimile of the Rabbis [ | signatures nud will enable the customer tn ascertain tot himself as to th>> proper supervision. No advance in prieea will be made. Those desiring i.i obtain theae Passover products are umed to notify their drivers immediately. First delivery will be made the morning preceding the holiday. • • • DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED PASSOVER WINES PROVIDED The Manhattan Beer Distributors. Inc.. announce that Rabbis Moses Mescheloff and Abraham A. Kellner were in charge of the bottling of fine Califirnia wines locally for distribution in this area for the Pasover trade. The fine Montora wines known for quality throughout the country is being sold to the trade for distribution to the general public in Port, Tokay. Muscatel, Malaga, Sherry and Haut Banterae flavors. Each bottle bean the distinct labels of both Rabbi G. Eataatan of San Francisco who iuperviaed its manufacture and the local Rabbit who supervised bottling. Reasonable prices are being quoted. Cnrmel wines in the original packages direct from the wine cellars of the Palestinian colonies are being handled years standing, the Miami Home Milk Producer's Association will again supply its many customers with the ., n prodncta snch as sweet I locally by the Manhattan Beer Dis%  %  |. .. ad it anI I u wot to i S %  SENIOR HADASSAH TO MEET twmt nnd !0ur crcam co ttage tribnton and bear the signatures of ,; %  %  •• %  > r Had %  .. ancl butter ptt parw i j n gtricl the late Rabbi Kook. Chief Rabbi of meeting a(VOr ,i anoe with dietarv laws under Paleatiae, who supervised its kottUag A %  ••p•. ,he supervision of a mashgiach t; ra ago.. Those desiring either the A y Barbj i^,,;: M ... >...',; ff of Mlami local or imported wines are asked to s '• -IB. %  %  • B A : .: A. KeH,,.:Mr. Be, Fleemaa who la in I of M uni, The matgiaefa will reside charge of Paatorer winefor the com%  : offlthe H B M • '. %  • \ VOTE FOR D. STUART GILLIS CANDIDATE fl^ For JUSTICE OF %  wM BF SUPREME to k M COURT Group One \ / \ CHAPTER TO BE IN^T \1 1 .ED I foi Of ;• eg rill %  | el Mrs. Jot ,' % %  IVilliami a, N the joint ':!--' 1; Miami with offial the Blackstone Hotel VI %  B ntativea 8 Dthern States will attend. • ated by I i any. Camp Wohelo for Girls 86 miles from Washington, D. < .; o miles from Baltimore, Md.; in the heart of the Blue Rid.-Mountains, NINTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st A. Z. A. (Jui %  ; national reputation B riti win • on. rians for %  mass Dg at the Blackstone oa Sunday %  '' '' %  April lltb evening. April 24. at wfcicb time Halo Kaplan Hall a) ; .. ... ... 1;ng bv '-' %  • M N Uag ciric organnt of the fi Lodg %  i who will extend greetingt and ( B"i > it chain %  A z A v • Another event of importance will ; annual "Thrift Luncheon" at will Mr. Elry Stone, which tke local chapter will entertain w\ 'Tifi: FURNITVBE -XAt.KJiT, KAaasi wuLum 15 president B B'rith % %  sr.c Mr Isaac I.at of -L I.:_• aad ictive in A mn %  %  ad refrei the visitors. This luncheon, paterned after the famous school luncheon which Had:;-terret to Palestinian children, will be held in Kaplan Hall of Temp".e Israel under the joint A ••• chairmanship of Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis .... I their hit h arv inrited L_ and MrI. til Harta on Tuesday, 16th. Aa : ani j sight' I %  • : lai ned tor the WedH sessions doa, A: %  -" doat -mess meetg. Babbi Max Shapiro will speak ""anted: Another For information heipful to -•liter-. write or phone Bertha Berkowich Levy OWNER and DIRECTOR 1625 S. W. 15th Street MIAMI. FUV Phone 8-1921' America's Most Beautiful Greyhound Track Bz^ses from Bordinc'g Direct to Track, 10c Only 3 Miles From Diwntswn Ma — U/EHFLflOLER KEnriEL CLUB — m • at 3itk. (hr^ MIAMI STORE ONLY VANITY FAIR BRIEFS M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies ard Furniture Desk*. Chair*. Files. Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES *• P c. F -f. st. Ph. i-iar f(>ool and Sheer! $1.00 and $2.00 They weigh next to nothing, are easily laundered and pack compactly if you travel "Sunnisilk" Each (sketched), sheer mesh briefs, $1.00 Diaphanique exquisite briefs of 100c pure .uk with lace lastex at waist and leg. Each .... $2.00 durditiQ's MIAMI MIAMI KACM



PAGE 1

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi 1029 N. W. 1st Street Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE THREE LATE FRIDAY EVENING The last .service in the series of late pridajr evening services will take jilaee. this coming Friday evening ut 8:16. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services and Cuntor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David choir will chant the liturgic melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will dsicuss the subject "Another Season Gone—A Retrospection !" The termination of these additional Friduy evening services does not mean that all services are ending at the synagogue for this year. Our regular daily services, 7:30 a. m., and (1 :.'!0 p. m.. Hnbhath services, Friday evening at 0:15 and Saturday morning at 8:30. Hebrew clusses and Sunday School continue throughout the year. The synagogue is open at all times for worship or consultation with the Rabbi. SABBATH SERVICES During the service Saturday morning at 8:30 Rabbi Shapiro will preach in Yiddish on the subject: "The (ireat Sabbath—Great for What?" This Sabbath precedes the Passover Festival and is outstanding in all its characteristics from all the other Sabbaths of the year. Members and friends are urged to attend. PASSOVER HOSPITALITY In the earliest biblical history we read the story of Abraham inviting the three strangers into his tent and immediately providing them with food and other bodily comforts. Ever since hospitality has been one of the finest Traits of the Jew. A Jewish home and hospitality should be synonymous. What Jewish home in the memory of our immediate ancestors hut had on the Sabbath (nnd on week %  lays also) an "Orech." a stranger? Passover, in particular, is a time when the table in a real Jewish bonta is stretched to capacity in order to accomodate everyone that might otherwise be deprived from partaking in the unique Seder service. "The more the merrier" certainly obtains in the chanting of the Hagadah. In planning for Seder guests, we would urge upon our members and friends to include whenever possible college students from the University of Miami who are prevented from going to their homes for Passover. Provide Passover hospitality to these Jewish students. Make your Seder I happier one by including among your quests "the stranger within your Rates." PASSOVER "With all the traditions of the Seder ritual .... And a service and cuisine as only at the Alamac. Your hosts, -ft.' 7amijy fccki 1st Seder Frl. Apr. 15 2nd Seder, Sat. Apr 16 ALAMAC HOTEL Colling and 13th Miami' Beach Reservations 5-2926 LOUIS HAYMAN, Exec. Sec. 149 N. W. 6th Street Phone 2-5574 MUTUAL RESPECT A beautiful precedent is being set by Mr. A. L. Isaacs, principal of Ada Merntt Junior High School in the establishment of two distinct services for Christian and Jewish students, "oparately, next Tuesday in commemo'ation of the Easter and Passover holidays. Rabbi Max Shapiro has been asked to take charge of the Jewish service for the students to be held independent of the Christian service. though both will take place simultaneOMly. It is this splendid spirit of mutual respect for one's religious affiliations that can bring about closer fellowship and harmony. Our deepest appreciation for such a fine character as Mr. Isaacs. RADIO PROGRAM Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio hour over station WIOD this Sunday from 3:30 to 4:00 p. m. Cantor Louis Hayman. assisted by the Beth David choir will he in charge of the musical part of the program. In view of the action of President David Sisterhood will serve as hostesses this coming Sunday morning to the children of our institution at a specially prepared "Seder Table." The Sunday preceding I'nssover has been designated as the annual Seder party for our children, so that the hoys an] girll will be familiar with the many customs ami ceremonies when they til around the Seder table with their respective families, in addition to the Passover edibles to be served everything about the Hagadah will he explained. \\V ask all par cms to see to it that their children arrive al our Sunday school prompt!] at 10:00 a. m. MCHIRAS CHOMAYTZ This is to advise the members and friends ( ,f Beth David Congregation who are deeiroua of complying with the religious laws of "Mchiras Cliomayts" to communicate with th.' Hah bi. The correct procedure of the strict compliance with the Jewish law will be under the personal supervision of Babbl Shapiro. The significance of this law will I xplained to anyone win, is interested. lliililHilHmiiitiiiiiimHHMiiimil IIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIMHIlNi; E. C. KQG<;. Jr. President of the Land-O-Sun Dairies at Miami Beacli, who will supply ruslomers with Kosher dairy products. KOSHER ZI0N SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN' 'iiimiiiiiiuiiinnui Roosevelt anil Secretary Hull in preparing an international conference to '•.insider the refugee problem nnd that the government of the United States has taken the initiative thrcby exercising a high moral leadership in a Cause Which touches the very foundation of moral civilization. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject • "America Speaks in Terms of Ktliies." SUNDAY SCHOOL PASSOVER SEDER As is the annual custom Mrs. .1. Bugler and her committee of the Beth MAKE YOUR EESEEVATIONS NOW FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at T^Tides 1 ON OCEAN DRIVE AT .tr„ .„„,„„ STRKTS ^^mc BAPER HOTtL ON THE OCEAN* Ocean Drive at Twelfth and Thirteenth Street/ STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Where JJOD 1 ? ~)\UD & a Reality Passover Meals Served to the Public WE ***. r / ^Sg **t r *e* "**/* Of r e t LXOi ", %  > %  Not a"Cure-AU" ..just a finer Cigarette Old Gold does not pretend to be a "cure-all". The only magic it claims is the magic of the finest prize crop tobacco, brought to you as fresh as it left the cigarette machines. You see the House of Lorillard has been making fine tobacco products since George Washington's day. It's this skill, born of 178 years' experience, that enables Lorillard to select, age and blend the world's kindliest tobacco leaf into a mighty pleasing cigarette But the Lorillard quality-insurance goes further". We put Old Golds in a weather-tight double Cellophane package that keeps out dampness, dryness and every other foe of your cigarette enjoyment. The outer Cellophane jacket opens at the bottom of the; Pack; double sealing the top of the pack where the ordinary cigarette package is weak. But we'd rather let a trial package of DoubleMellow Old Golds tell you the rest of the story. We believe you'll find that (1) Old Golds are SS2i n % f b6tter tobacc quality. (2) are ALWAYS' F HESi l(3) so smooth and mellow you can smoke them in any number without Cigarette Hang-Over.. Sincerely, P.'LORILLARD COMPANY. Purvtjrors of fine tobacco products since 1760. ^Lo. .*.•• "' P. won** C ^U^I^J^rwAi^M^ooi Sc, ff n.c,„.TW .nd Thur. nUfctt. ColumbU IWertTCSJMSTW



PAGE 1

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE FEATURETTES THE WORLD HBBIimillBUi %  <• I BID not of iliifolk's flesh; ami, + %  —••—i H/ZZ/Q -By LUDWIG LEWISOHN A wave of suicides is sweeping over Viennese Jewry. Great minds prefer death to niter humiliation. The communal leaders, Including Rokert Strieker, are under "protective arrest." What that means we were taught in ]!.'{.'{. The Jewish masses are being reduced to penury, to beggary at one -nolle. Violence is rampant. No one is safe. Kven synagogues arc being looted. One of our great, one of our illustrious diaspora communities—the community of Herzl and Freud, of Schnitzler and Itcer-Hoffinan—lies iu ruins, is stamped into the mire. Is it not enough to sicken every heart and bow every head? And the world stands by, the Christian world, and lifts no hand of succour. The spirit resists. The spirit is upright. Let the heathens rage. They have raged before during the long ages. We stand fast. Even in Vienna. For in that city there lives, among many other Jews, a frail, middle-aged man, still suffering severely from the wounds he got while defending the land he thonught his fatherland from 1014 to 1918. His name is Kraut Waldinfrer. And he is a poet, And he is, necessarily from his origins and place of birth, a poet in the German language. He has never, of course, been able to live by his art and has been employed in a commcreial establishment to gain bread for his wife and child. His first volume The Cupola (Die Kupple) was published in 1934; his second volume. The Carver of Gems (Der Geinincn sehncider) was published in the Jan nary of this year 11138. Let us no. forget the Jewish business men who under the name of the Saturn-Vcrlug were willing to risk publishing these volumes of highly-wrought poetry by a Jew. Could we match that in America? Lot me define nnd by this definition explain why I am writing. Since Painer Maria Bilks died and since the poet died in Franz Werfel, himself a Jew of course, this Viennese Jew Ernst YValdinger is the only man Who has contributed enduring poetry to the German language. The Nazis rave about their Aryan culture and produce dirt and drivel. They forbid Jews to publish and to be read. They drive their greatest German writer Thomas Mann into exile. Meanwhile the glory of their speech and form is being sustained by Ernst Waldinger, a Jew. a Jew of Vienna, a conscious and % elf-affirmative Jew. In him in linage (even as I said the other day of a Jewish composer and the Lied) German verse is reaching a certain culmination and may now that Vienna too has fallen, reach its extinction. Qis poetry is the firmest in the world. Highest precision of speech is married to an e.pially high placidity of form. This form aspires to transcend time and does so. Through this form Itself Waldinger speak* with a timeless accent of changeless things. He does so Intentionally. All the empiric content of life today in Central Europe is bloody, barborous. sordid, hopeless. The poet, if he would remain a poet must address himself to fashioning in a form as of enduring stone these aspects of mortality which no soilure ran touch and no barbarian mar. WaldlngW has dOUfl so. Unless civilization fails utterly I predict that men in a future time will come back to the work of this poet, this Jew, to prove that amid savagery and savage tumult the human spirit at its highest still survived. Once and once only in this new and probably last volume Waldinger strikes a personal and explanatory note. He wants it understood that, though by the deer** of fate ho is a poet in the German language, he is not for a moment deluded. He is a Jew. He holds those about him who bar* permitted themselves to lapse hack into barbarism at their right valuation from the viewpoint of his spirit and from the mountain-peak of an eternal Israel. He is among them. He is not of them. The personal poem in which lie expresses this thought is a sonnet, as mngnificieut'y wrought as his other sonnets and stanzas and he has proudly entitled it: Ich bin vom Volk des Wortes. "I am of the People of the Word !" Yes, that is what we are, though in America one sometimes doubts and shivers: the people of the Word, the people who conceived of creation as coming through a Word. From age to age, amid darkness and desolation a few of us seek to live in the spirit of the creative Word : Yihi or va-yihi I have translate dthat great proud sonnet of Ernst Waldinger for its spiritual meaning and manage, foi that great message of n Jew who, amid circumambient daftness, upholds the eternal Word of his people. But I want it strictly understood thai poetically my translation is ; lags infinitely bchiud (!.•• .>.••• ;...i splendor of the Germr.n >. • intense I am vassal neither of iis -oil or blood, Nor crouch with mare* In steaming -tails of Wood. Unlmprisoned by its boundaries' gat>' or fence, At their dull hearths hail I lost SOU' or sense? No heritage is mine of ill their good. My mind Is nailed not to their hatred's rood. And deafness to their jeers is my defense. Strange am I here, forevermor* alone, They mouth and chew their Words as kin* the gra-s. Anil though this tongue mine anil my mother's was, Common to ns is but the sound, the tone— Starperilh in th* puddles of their reach And flame up in the crystal of my STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere Charley Mendon. 72-year-old fight trainer, claims lie is a direfi tdoscendant of Daniel Mendoza. the celebrated Jewish boxer who was world's heavyweight champion ISO years ago. Dave Sainoff. It. <'. A. chief, has put his foot down on Jewish dialect "comics" oil the N. B. C. networks. FLASH! Italy's deal with England Includes the following arrangement. Italy to keep her hands off Aral)-Palestine propaganda in return for British acceptance of Italian influence over Spain. A Jewish State in Palestine is objectionable to Mussolini ill any event. (>n the other hand we have just been informed that Kng laud is already organizing an army Of 10,000 for the Jewish State. Out informant is none other than a high ranking British army officer who is slated to b* conimaiider-in-chief. Unofficial discussions among th* Zionist rank and file concerning th* successor of Stephen B. Wise as President of th* '/.. (>. A. show that the idea of giving Louis Lipsky the next term is in great favor. Wei* ninnn too would be pleased. Refugee* from Austria and Germany are compelled to take German boats, so don't blame them for doing it An independent producer is preparing j o shoot (with a camera) "The Beast of Berlin." a realistic film on Hitler's life. The Ort campaign for funds is still looking for a chairman—but there are whisperings that the J.D. 300 Attend Northwest Conference Of Joint Distribution Committee -Vi*;.£&. 1 More than 300 Jewish leaders from 25 cities and 6 States in the Northwest formed s permanent regional organization of the Joint Distribution Committee at a meeting held in Portland, Ore., Sunday March 20. Principal speaker at the gathering was Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, J. D. C. National Campaign Chairman. TOP: L. to R. are Rabbi Adolph H. Fink, Spokane, Wash.; Rabbi S. Wohlgelernter, Seattle; Rabbi J. B. Wise, New York City; Rabbi Samuel H. Gordon, Salt Lake City; Rabbi Henry J. Berkowitz, Portland, Ore. CENTER: L. to R. Aaron M. Frank, Portland, J.D.C. Chairman, Northwest Region ; Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, National Chairman, J. D. C. campsign for $5,100,000, snd Richard M. Lane, Seattle, regional vicechairman, representing Washington State. BOTTOM: L. to R. are Rabbi Adolph H. Fink, Spokane; Milton Markewitz,Porlland Jewish leader, Joseph Shemanski, Portland leader speaking in behalf of J. D. C campaign; Alfred Shemanski, Seattle, member, J. D. C. Board of Directors, and honorary chairman of Northwest Region; and Sol Esfeld, of Seattle during the luncheon recess. C. will incorporate the Ort appeal. rVhj is the publisher of Life, Tim* and Fortune, so eager to publicize Nazi "dissatisfaction" with his publication? The reason is growing resentment among their readers because of th* treatment Jewish news receives in the Luce magazines, OPEN THK GATES! The anti-alien bloc in Congress is sharpening the axe fur Secretary Hulls refugee relief plan. .Is it true that the German ambassador in Washington received orders from Berlin to offer a modification of antiSemitism in Austria in exchange for official action by Dnde Sam against th* anti-Nazi boycott? .... Credit Walter Winchell with this honey He proposes that all Nazis in America who sing the praise* of Hitlerland be sent hack there to make room hero for the victims of Nazi oppression, the. ratio to be six Nazis for every refugee from Nazidom. : And Sports Kditor Bradley of the New York Post suggests that ten percent of the anticipated million-dollar gate at the Schmeling-Louis fight in June be allotted to ease the plight of Austrian refugees and to aid the anti-lynching cru-ade. The International Belief Association has already established channel* for sending Immediate aid to the underground anti-Nazi forces in Austria. WHAT HAPPENS HERE? The principal financial backer of the Reverend Gerald Wlnrod, antiSemitic agitator who is running for a I". S. Senate seat from Kansas, is a wealthy oil tycoon. Becuuse tho paperhave quieted down about Nazis spies in this country don't get the idea that your Unol* Sam is asleep. .... Swarms of German* working in aviation plants are being kept under constant surveillance. In tho hoi f clipping the wings of the boy COtl against th* Schmclling-Lcw is fight Schmeiing is spreading the word that he's not a member of the Nal party. Latest anti-Semitic Charge leveled against the Jew ithai of tho Christian Pre* Pren of Glendale, California, which holdJewry responsible for alleged govern otal mistreatment of theAmerican Indian. Fritz von Schaet. a German who has been wrestling in this country, has been ordered to refrain from giving. the Nazi salute from the ring Our recent item that James Wheeler-. Hill, national serectary of the German-American Bund, was scrambling; for the Bund leadership with Kurt Mertig. fuehrer of the Citizens Protec' tiv* Alliance, a German-American out fit engaged in boycotting Jews, led Wheeler-Hill to write to the New York Jewish News that he never heard of Mertig and that our squib was "fake fiction and flubdub" Mebbc so but Mertig is a big shot in Nazi circles hereabout and it seems strange that Whnler-HUI should disown him. DANUBE BLUES When (locring came to Vienna and warned the Jews they must clear out in lour years did he remember, we wonder, that as a youngster hclived in the Mautcrnburg cnstle of Dr. von Eppenstein, Jewish friend of Papa Goering? Eppenstein was the medical officer of German Southwest Africa when Coiling Senior was vicegovernor. Josef Bnerckel Hitler's personal representative in Austria, is regarded ill Nazi citricas a worso .ludrnf icsscr than Sircicher. who's hard to beat. Not until the Nazis fired him did most people learn that Hannes Schneider. Austria's greatest -king Instructor, is a Jew.



PAGE 1

PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FL0RID1AN FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1938 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1645 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A KXLLNER Rabbi RABBIS RESIDENCE: 9^9 S. W. 13th Court: Phone 9-S1M **der. This year the ch.ldrer.s right, April 13th at 7:30 o'clock in are urg-ed and cordially invited to be :U take place on Wednesday the syna.>eue. Parents and friends BMamt ::,-: a SCHEDULE OF SERVICES £>£ hrit a: > a. m.; ha a: 5:. p. ~. ; Maarir, IS rcir-txes aft; 7 s.-s*:. Satbath ser rk H Fi-Way eTeLinj at 5. .*•; r — : Satarday morning at Sot a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 5:5 r. na. LATE a|k which the M ;'. the •• ; :-:->; :the :a>: three year*. Looking back %  I re =c;:hs we view w::i MtkA -:.r. :;M re*: rnaai'---• BMI we are bip;y la report '-•;' • rr:e-* rT,--i is a meass Sabbath < c the r-J'-iB-^r Hiit-'C *: : -Ttr*. %  -. CONRECATIONAL BOARD TO MEET TV:-g. Apt oar M* the BoaN %  -| -:B fMfMJ ii w. ; -i. plat, 1= = :rs irj-rfi :,i:v:: SITIIM HASEFER CELEBR4TED AT -*'-' w .-.. tzitre* atter.cJ i;_ .'%  : pf***:-.a-_.--: f 1 r-w v : :T,rai •t : sr.r.t 7--., %  ~:-c-i1:: :ie xrrrerit. = r*a'.i --= far :-T.r; :ie -ipectauon Mr. r with word* of 1 • %  Mi E A %  %  -% '. li A. %  %  %  %  : 1 f J %  • %  %  irr m % %  K %  ft! %  B ~ %  • %  %  — the >yi 1 %  f MM %  %  Srite v-n* were in • :' Krv T. S relathi. ri be. DT Jaea* H K %  % %  • -• I hr th Kit '•I •' %  I r>*r.t were Rabbi •'• -r. A Z.trrir u :> WTlataar, a r fraa Mew Y rt t tM rMMMJ Mrs. K ;r--rte-i each raetnSfr af the HabaU :i w.:r. a Pa^r.riara rtk'.ao* as a • Ma .; irrreeiation frvai herself *~R • Mack of th : the ererirj was d=e t. tM -aihe^a'. Federal Housing Administration Make* R PajaaftU Sea Breeze Hotel ST.;;:; S: a: Cc'.lirs Av e STRICTLY KOSHER cnsrjTE PHO.VE 5.5444 S T = &f car aa* wa r*-t> a mm t*- Acktr~a lj. a, c -t-t J !!YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover Under the Suprvision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF o f Beth Jacob Congregation Miami Beach and RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation GRADE "A" MILK—SWEET BUTTER—SWEET CREAM—SOUR CREAM—COTTAGE CHEESE AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US \\\^1 Wk