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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
SENATE TO VOTE
U NAZI CURB
Senatorial notion is expected this
week on the I>i 11 requiring the regia-
Iration f nil agents employed to dis-
tribute propaganda in Hip I'nit" 1
States, according to advices received
'iis morning by Samuel Untermyer,
-iiliiii of tlio Non-Sectarian Antl-
Nnsl League.
Cubby-holed in the Senates Com-
Diittee '>f Judiciary since its unani-
mous passage by the House of Rep-
resentatives Inst August, the bill is
being moved out for an early bearing
following announcement of its np-
proval by Senators Borah (Idaho,)
\ iin Nuys (Ind.,) Adams (Colo.,)
Kins (I'tahi and Lonorgan, (Conn.)
The art. to tnke effort 00 days aft-r
passage, requires every agent of a
foreign principal to file a registra-
tion Statement Riving bis name, ad-
dress, nnd the address of his employ-
er. The agent must also submit cop-
ies of his contract of the employer.
Failure to file the statement would
entail a fine of not more than $1,000
imprisonment for not more than two
i> an, or both.
The bill is definitely aimed as s
control medium of the thousands of
Fascist and Nazi agents reported to
h" active in the United States. Au-
thoritative information unearthed by
'Hie Anti-Nazi League and other agen-
riea during the past three months, in-
dicates an approximate propaganda
fund of $30,000,000 spent in this
initry by the Nazi-Fascist nations
each year, and the enrollment of 250.-
000 active members in pro-Nazi or-
ranizations.
POLAND HEARS
RITUAL CHARGE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
OIL IS BELIEVED I JEWS URGED TO
Warsaw. (WNS)Revival of. the
"ritual murder" charge by anti-Semi-
tic agitators exploiting the disappear-
ance of n peasant boy led to serious
anti-Jewish excesses in the town of
Dombrowa, Bialyatok, Province.
Twenty persons woro arrested and
cores of .lows nursed injuries after
a mob attacked Jewish stores and
homos. An official government com-
munique said I bo incident was prcci-
pitated by n Christian boy who jump-
ed through a window and nfter being
slightly injured by broken glass,
shouted, "the Jews wanted to slaugh-
ter me for mutzo." According to the
"ffioial version, "an excited, uncriti-
cal mob" began the disturbance.
Police from Grodno and Bialystok
restored order. An earlier report
Stated that the so-called "kidnapped"
boy had been found in a police station
where he had been taken for stealing
from a tobacco shop.
REGENT VOICES
HIS SYMPATHY
Belgrade. (WNS)Sympathy with
the .Tews was voiced by T>r. Radenkn
Stancovitch. one of Tugoslacia's three
royal regents, during a one-hour au-
dience he granted to Dr. Bukio, pres-
ident of the Yugoslavian B'nai B'rith
and of the Sephardic Community of
Belgrade.
IN JUDEAN HILLS
.Torosalom. (WNS)British oil
magnates are reported to have sent
engineers to the lower Judean hills,
cast of Jerusalem, nnd to Northern
Palestine, to examine the possibility
that tho bituminous limestone depos-
its, available there in vast quantities.
have uu oil content of between "> and
25 percent, sufficient to satisfy Pal-
estine's domestic oil needs for a cen-
tury.
It is said that tho bituminous lime-
stone deposits, estimated to amount to
at least 2000.000 tons, could also be-
come a new source of oil supply for
the British Empire in the event that
the pipelines from the Iraq fields arc
put out of commission.
UNITED ACTION
IS PLANNED
New York (WNS)The national
convention of the Non-Sectarian Anti-
Nazi League, to be hold in Now York
May 1.1th. was authorized to broaden
the scope of the League by making it
a national movement to fight the "or-
ganized menace of Nazism in the
T'nited States." The authorization
was given by delegates of 23 Protest-
ant, Catholic, Jewish and trade union
groups meeting in special conference
bere.
BOLD DEFENSE
New Ycrk. (WNS lJews are giv-
ing away too much to despair nnd not
exhibiting sufficient boldness in the
fine cif the present crisis, Col. Josiah
Wedgwood, British Laborite member
of the House of Commons, said on his
arrival for a speaking tour.
He also deplored the fact that Jews
are manifesting "too much resigna-
tion and not enough Indignation." In
his first public address at a luncheon
given him by the American Jewish |
Congress. Colonel Wedgwood predict-
ed that Sooner or later the great
democracies will havt to come to the
defense of the victims of totalitarian-
ism. Describing the plight of the
Jews in Austria. Ocrmany and Poland
as "frightful," he Urged the Jews ev-
erywhere to unite and advocated in-
tensification of the economic boycott.
Roosevelt Blocks
Nazi Move
NOTE
In deference to the traditional
observance of Passover, The
Jewish Floridian broadcast,
heard every Sunday morning
over Station YVKAT from 9:00
to 9:30 a. m.. will not be heard
this coming Sunday. April 17.
Broadcasting will be resumed
the following Sunday morning.
April 24th, at the usual time.
Washington, 1. CM (WNS)The
possibility that Germany might at-
tempt to evade tho high American tar-
iffs against German products by ship-
ping her goods to the United States
through Austria was blocked when
President Roosevelt ordered tho Treas-
ury Department to put Austria on tho
tariff black list.
The effect of tho order is to deprive
Austrian goods of the benefit of lower
tariff rates contained in reciprocal
agreements between the United States
previously boon denied such preferred
treatment.
Investigate Bund
G-Men Will
Washington. D. C. (WNS)Stir-
red by the arrest of three admitted
members of the uniformed corps of
the German-American Bund on charg-
es of espionage and by new evidence
said to prove the Bund engaged in
activities vinlative of Federal Law.
Attorney-Ooneral Homer Cummings
has ordered a new nationwide probe
tion will bo under the personal direc-
into Nazi activities. The investiga-
tion of ,T. F.dgnr Hoover, head of the
G-men, and will have the full co-op-
eration of the Army and Navy Intel-
ligence Corps and the State Depart-
ment. Tho inquiry will concentrate
for the time being in New York and
Connecticut.
LEADERS CONFER
ON EMIGRATION
Washington, D. C (WNS)Waya
and moans for private financing of
the emigration of refugees from Ger-
many and Austria in cooperation with
the United States mid the Intergov-
ernmental committee to be created for
that purpose were tinder discussion at
a White House conference called by
Pri sldent Roosevelt. Attending tbn
Conference on invitation from tho
President wen. eight representatives
of Catholic. Protestant and Jewish
groups who were scheduled to lay be-
fore the President concrete proposals,
sleeting with the President were
Archbishop Joseph F. Hummel of
New Orleans, chairman of the Cath-
olic-Episcopal Committee for German
refugees ; Henry Morgenthuu, Sr.,
Raymond B. Poadlek, president of the
Rockefeller Foundation James O.
McDonald, former I/cague of Nations
High Commissioner for German Refu-
gees : Joseph P. Chamberlain, who
represented tho United States on tha
League High Commission : Dr. Samuel
hfcCrea Cavort, former president of
the Fedornl Council of Churches of
Christ; Bernard M. Bnrnch and Lew-
is Kennedy, president of the National
Council of Catholic Men. Also sched-
uled to attend wore Secretary of Stato
Hull and Sceretnry of Labor Perkins.
Ria dc Janeiro (WNS)Lowering
of Immigration barriers in nil Latin-
\merisan sountries to permit the en-
try of racial nnd isditicnl refugee*
from Europe will be one of tho prin-
cipal subjects on the agenda of a con-
ference of representatives of Bratil,
Argentina. Peru. Chile, and Mexico
to he held here. Tho conference in
expected to consider what each coun-
try can do to modify its existing laws
to permit the absorption of n consid-
erable number of refugees.
Now York (WNS)An appeal to
the peoples of democratic countries for
immediate cooperation in President
Roosevelt's proposal for an interna-
tional committee to aid refugees from
Ocrmany and Austria was issued hero
by the American Committee for Pro-
tection of Minorities over the signa-
tures of 12.% prominent Americans of
all creeds and points of view. Direct-
ed chiefly to the peoples of those lands
whoso governments have not yet ac-
cepted the invitation of Secretary of
Stnto Hull to join in creating an in-
ter-govornmontal committee, the ap-
peal urges tho people "to ask the dic-
tatorships to let the oppressed peoples
go; to welcome those exiles in so far
as it is possible; to reject their in-
tegrity and to protect their liberty."
LEVINGER TO
DIRECT BUREAU
Washington. D. P.. (WNS)Dr.
Lee ,T. I.cvingcr of Columbus. Ohio,
has boon named director of research
of tho newly established B'nai B'rith
Vocational Service Bureau, which will
seek to offer a program of group vo-
cational guidance for American Jew-
ish youth. Max F. Baer. of Omaha.
Nebraska, has been appointed director
of orgsnizatinn and publicity.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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VOLUME 11NUMBER 15
FRIDAY, APRIL 15,1938
THE FEAST OF LIBERATION. ... IS IT?
Passover is with us again.....and gathering round the
Sader table we rejoice in the Feast of Liberation.....that
feast which marked the passage of a people from slavery to free-
dom.....from serfdom to manhood.
Yet is Passover today really a true feast of liberation. .
The mere fact that we exercise certain rights and privileges
mean nothing.....when it cannot be disputed that actually
we are enslaved.....not by chains. ... not by prison doors
or by actual taskmasters.....but held in durance vile by our
own lack of self respect.....
Where, oh where is that manhood, that self respect that
marks the true beneficiary of a real freedom.....where are
our Jews who should be heard in true and upstanding fashion
when their brethren are oppressed.....when anti-Semitic
forays are made.....where are they when called upon to
speak out in unequivocal terms as Americans in opposition to
un-American activities.....they hide under one excuse or
-another. ... they tacitly acquiesce because, perhaps they have
"been told, "you are different than the other Jews" where
for instance, were the Jewish directors of the Miami Chamber
of Commerce when that organization went out of its way to ex-
tend the hand of friendship to official representatives of the
most despotic government on the face of the earth......we
concede, of course, the right of the individual to do as he pleases,
but certainly our moneys, the moneys raised by public institu-
tions should not be expended to aid or comfort the enemies not
alone of Jewry but of everything decent and honorable......
were these Jewish directors of the Chamber of Commerce, bnai
chorin, free men.....are they entitled to observe Passover as
the feast of of liberation?
And are those Jews of Florida who never have identified
themselves with anything Jewish, who have never by act or deed
shown themselves to be Jews in any sense of the word, are they
entitled to celebrate Passover as the Feast of Liberation.....
let us ponder......let us think......
BNAI B'RITH
BRIEFS
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits From Everywhere
By K. ALBERT PALLOT
Our treasurer, Ben Le Vino is reel-
ly going I" town in collecting dues ami
tearing new members. Mure mem-
ber* like "Ben'' and we would have
the most powerful lodge iu the good
old U. S. A. During January. Feb-
ruary and March Ben collected $184i.
more money than was collected during
all of 1937.
tidbits I er bm the ability to concentrate on
Life magazine rill derote an entire!a came. Emanoel Lacker, wno
issue to picturiaation of the plight of i- an Interested spectator, told us
.(.wish refugees. Beery Jewish thai he's perfecting a bridge theory
organisation in town rashed to fur- which can make any dub a master.
nlah photo*. Incidentally, the Is-1 Our favorite is young Pine* who im-
ne of Life In which it printed a ferae presses us si even inure .-table than
from the Horal Weasel song a< well I Resb*v*ky.....
as scenes of Nazism Created plenty ABOUT PEOPLE
of ciciieim-nt. Did you know that I Angellcla Balahanoff. the Russian
The ghost boning the ghost prophe-
sies: that our own Ike I.evin will be
the next Second Vice President of the
Fifth District B'nni ll'rith and Elry
Stone, there is a swell fellow, will be
State Committeeman. Convention is
being held at Orlando. May 29 and
30. We must have a banner atten-
dance. Plan on this trip, brothers.
Nathan Ailelman has finally accom-
plished what appeared to be impossi-
ble. The organization of n real A. Z.
A. This is the Junior Order of B'nai
B'ritfa and is definitely necessary in
Miami. We must develop the young-
er boys Into good, honest, clearminded
clean living citizens and the A. 7. A.
accomplishes just that Great stuff,
Nathan, we are really proud of you.
Assisting Nathan was Dr. ITarold
Hand and Milton Friedmnn.
there is a Jewish anti-Communist so-
ciety? .... The president is the
| Her. S. Bvenaon. Max Relnhardt
| is preparing to stage Pirandello's "Six
| Characters in Search of an Author"
for tin- benefit of Austrian refugees
"f the theatrical profession. He
has been swsmped with requests from
Hollywood stars anxious to appear in
the production. Did you know
that New York's famous Hebrew Or-
phan Asylum grew out of a fund rais-
ed in the 1820a for the relief of an
Indigent Jewish veteran of 761 ..
Tli.n'11 be no more meetings .if re-
ligion! Organisations in Chicago's pub-
lic sihool buildings.....Jewib!]
Catholic and Protestant bailers have
greed to hold inch meetings else-
where. The Subway Sun posters
in Xctt fork's subwsys urge passen-
gers bo visit Temple Bmanu-El and
admire its beautiful Moorish archi-
tecture. The Federation of Pol-
ish Jews iii America says it hopes to
be able soon to announce plans for re-
Lee Bisenstein did so well at the
hits social .......ting at the Plectwood
Motel that he should he pressed into
service once a month regularly, When
you get the taps, stick to it. and my
dvl.....bar president is to keep I.oo
busy. Our entertainment committee
has been aceskeep it in high gear.
Incidentally beside Leo there is Dr.
Samuel Beckmnn. Marx Foinberg and
Harry Zukernick.
Jewess who was ones an intimate
friend of Mussolini, is writing a book
which reveals how she once saved the
future Dine from suicide and starva-
tion. Samuel Kayer. Nvyear-old
Hollywoodite, gets big fees from mov-
ie stars who want to improve their
acting. George Seldes is writing
a book on the Freedom of the rreai.
a subject on which he is a bit disil-
lusioned sin..' new news magazine
refused t" print various articles he
had written winch attacked papers to
whom the magasine'* publishers sell
material. The Harold Goodmans
nt Jersey City are proud but worried.
. Proud because their 11-year-old
Bobby ha- such a wonderful voice
that In1 wa* cli "-in as soloist in a
swanky Fifth Avenue church.....
Worried because they aren't to sure
what lucfa intimacy with Christian*
ritual will do t,. the young Metropol-
itan aspirant. Warner Brotheis
an- asking Cloud Rain* to play Un-
load iu "My Country Firt," their
viving the plan to erecl a llaym Sal- projected Haym Salomon film.....
..m.hi statute ill New York......Credit Sally Rothschild, Jewish baker
i Whaddaya mean, soon'.- .... New I from Bremen, with a slick idea. .
York's Si. Regta Hotel is casting Rothschild, who is 46, trade dhia bak-
ahoiit for a new. more attractive name ,.ry iu Germany for a bakery iu Pitt*-
for its new roof garden, originally burgh owned by a Nazi. The
JEWRY URGED
" TO
E
New York (WNS)Convocation
of a temporary National Conference
of the Jews of America under the
joint auspices of the American Jewish
Committee, the American Jewish Con-
gress and the B'nni B'rith for the
purpose of drafting a specific program
of action to deal with the problems
facing American Jewry is proposed
in nn editorial in this week's Recon-
Rtrurtionist, organ of the Society for
the Advancement of Judnism.
The Rcconstructionist. suggests
that the three organizations voluntar-
ily subordinate themselves to the au-
thority of the proposed conference. It
Is also suggested Hint into this con-
ference (here be invited representa-
tives of other national Jewish organ
izations "such as the various Rabbin-
ical Councils, Synagogue Federations.
Social Service Councils, Jewish Labor
Groups. Zionist and Yiddishist Asso-
ciations." Admitting that such a
conference would be self-consti;uted
"and without a direct mnnd.it" from
American Jewry," the editorial de-
clares Hint "if the base of inception
possess a measure of mor-it authority
such as no agency existing at present
could claim" and would, by its very
existence, "inhibit Irresponsible ut-
terancy by individual grout) <*'
Pending the establishment of a per-
manent structure, the Reconstrurtini-
ist proposes that the conferenjo ad-
dress itself to the following four-point
program :
1. "Establishment of n centralized
agency to resist the propaganda of
anti-Semitism that threatens so ser-
iously the welfare of the Jews of this
country;" 2. "Establishment of some
instrument to educate the American
people to a proper understanding and
evaluation of the Jewish group." 3.
"Establishment of an agency to deal
systematically with the problem of
the economic maladjustment of the
Jewish group and that of economic
Student Union workpreviously an
undeveloped part of B'nai B'rith has
really taken a tremendous impetus un-
der the capable leadership of Dr.
Charles Werblow assisted by Ike Lev-
in. Thirty-seven students nt the I'ni-
versity of Miami will be placed at Sn-
ders this Passover. A swell medico
this Dr. Werblow and deesrves a
grent deal of credit for his work.
Leo Rtnller delivered .1 dandy ad-
dress on unification of Jewry. He
urged nil of us to fight communism.
fascism and Nazism.
Yes sir. so much happens nt B'nai
B'rith meetings that it took our very
callable secretary. Sid Segnll. 18 min-
utes to rend what transpired nt last
month's meeting. To really know
what is going on in Miami attend
meetings of Sholem Lodge
designated "The Viennese Roof
If you didn't hear n famous Jewish
Metropolitan Opera star iii the CI'A
pre-1'assover broadcast, it's because
tlii- Btar promised to sing only on con
dition that none of the speakers on
the program would attack Hitler. .
The reason being that this star has
some very close relatives living in Vi-
enna. How many Zionists, by the
way. know that a shekel is worth
about two bits? ....
CHECK
The United States chess champion-
ships arc now being played in New-
York, with the erstwhile chess prod-
igj Samuel Keshevsky the favorite to
retain his crown. Sammy doesn't
smoke or keep score on Shubbos. .
Miss Karff. Palestine's lady cham-
pion (thOUgfa she hails from Boston,)
is doing well in the women'* chain
pionships. She's a baby-faced
blonde, but has terrific wallop in
her gambit. Treysman is a most
brilliant, un-orthodox player, and a
typical COff.....bouse chess hound. .
Charlie Jaffa, who was once a world's
master, roams about with a sad ex-
pression on his face. He no long-
trade made everybody happy, the
Nazi now being iu Nazilund. and
Solly with us. Conversion of the
Arabs to Judaism is one solution to
the Arab-Jewish dilenia In Palestine
proposed by Leon Stiskin in a new
book called "Judaism as a Religion."
Helene Gran'<
sch. 61-year-old president of the Aus-
trian Women's League, is the daugh-
ter of a Jewess. Frail Qranitsch
went to court a couple of months ago
to prevent the publication of her au-
thorized biography because the author
Dr. Kurt Sonnenfield. mentioned her
Jewish mother. Sounenfeld has
since committed suicide. Reports
of the nrrestof Mmc. Irene Uarnnd,
founder and leader of the Internation-
al movement against anti-Semitism
are not true. Mine. Harand. who
i ,i Catholic, is *afe In London. .
. Vernon
Pope, managing editor of Look, the
picture sheet, is married to Betty
Welt, daughter of Melviu Welt of the
executive board of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations. Pops
I* not Jewish, but his frau is a niece
of Rabbi Leo Franklin of Detroit. .
exclusion." 4. "Establishment of n
unified agency on behalf of the perse-
cuted Jews of Europe."
The Rcconstructionist also urges
that once the cpnference is constituted
it speed the organization of the Ten's
of each community "into democratic,
nuthorntive units" deriving "their
sanction from nil members of those
communities" and thus empowering
them alone to speak with justice in
their behalf. "Once a large part of
the Jewish communities of America
have been so organized." the editorial
says, "their representatives can con-
stitute the permanent. National Con-
ference of the Jews of America. So
integration and centralization of Jew-
ish effort shall have been attained.
And the Jews o fthis country shall
have created a proper instrument for
dealing with their special problems!
In the city of Warsaw 00 percent
of the population made application
for Passover relief, supplied by the
Jewish community in the 'year 193r>.
The figure gives an indication of the
gradual pauperization of the Jews in
Poland.
FOOTNOTES
TO HISTORY
By BABBL MORDECA1 L. KILL
Jewish law forbid* the use or profit
from 'leaven which has been kept
during the Passover*. Hence the cus-
tom still observed by numerous Jews
to sell their leaven properly to a non-
Jew before the holiday and buy it
back at I small price after the festi-
val. The Babbit Insisted that the
sale must be a valid one so that if the
purchaser held the seller to his bar-
gain, the Jew had no legal claim for
the return of the property.
XXX
At the Seder table the participants
sit in a leaning' position signifying
that they are free men. This law did
not apply to a Jewess unless she was
a woman of extra-ordinary merit.
this meeting.
"Nowadays, however, "writes a 13th
century authority, "all Jewesses are
women of surpassing merit."
XXX
On Passover eve the children of the
household played an important part
in the ritual of retelling the tale of
departure from Egypt. The children
odus follows this pretty prelude.
not only drank the four cups of wine
together with the grown-ups but also
asked numerous 'question* which the
elders rejoiced to hear and tcinswor..
They were also encouraged to act.
One custom was for the child to take
a piece of Malzo. bind it in a cloth,
put it on his shoulder and strut proud-
ly about the room, in symbolic allu-
sion to the escape from Egyptian
bondage,
XXX
Another custom often carried out
by the youngsters was for one of them
to disappear during the ritual and
then walk into the room at the exact
moment when the djor wa* opened to
symbolize the entrance of Elijah as
the harbinger of the Messiah.
XXX
Quite an "elnliornte custom (which
may date back to an early time) has
been describld as follows: A boy dres-
sed as a pilgrim with a staff in his
hand, and a wallet containing mat so
dough on his shoulders, enters and the
master of the house inquires : "Whence
BMnt thou. O pilgrim?" "from
Egypt." Art thou delivered from
bondage?" "Yes, I am free." "Whither
goost thou-" "To Jerusalem." "Nay.
tarry with us to rend the recital of
the Passover." The story of the Ex-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 15. lg
SOCIETY
SURPRISE PARTY
I I.SIM Id l>
A lawn parly was tendered recently
by relatives and friends to Jacob II.
llalpern, realty operator of Miami
Reach and Fort Lauderdale in cele-
bration of his recovery following a se-
vere illness at the Jackson Memorial ....... m^m vom.
Hospital. Games were enjoyed aud I vention will open on Monday, April
HADASSAH PLANS FOR
REGIONAL CONVENTION
At last Monday's meeting of the
Miami Chapter of Senior liadassah
plans for the Southern Regional Con-
vention of Hndasah which begins on
April 24th, were announced. Dele-
gates to the convention were chosen
and consist of Mesdames Max Dobrin,
Harry Rubin. Morris Plant. Gertrude
Btflia, I. If. Weinstein. The mass
meeting scheduled for next Sunday
night has been cancelled. The con-
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
(Continued from Page Five)
They have a limited number of
tickets to sell.
So hurry, hurry and don't be late,
The Boat is scheduled to- leave at
eight.
refreshments were served. Mr. Hal-
IK'rn is rceiving frieuds at his home
now.

TWO PLATO TO BE
GIVEN
The Jewish Dramatic Club of the
Workmen's Circle with Harry Green-
berg director will present two one act
plays. ''Dvorele Myuchascs" and "Der
Katzev" in Yiddish aud a musical
program at the Beth David Talmud
To rah OB Sunday. Slay 1, 1!>3S at
8:30 p. m. Admission will be fifty
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NOTE OF CHANGE
IN RROABCAST
Becauai "f the Passover holiday the
broadcast of the Jewish Hour spon-
sored by the Rabbinical Association
<.f Greater Miami with Rabbii Kaplan
and Zwitmat) speaking on Wiop this,
24th, at the Blackvtone Hotel at 10:00
a. m., with greetings from represen-
tatives of all Miami Jewish Women's
organizations. Junior Hadassali will
be hosts at luncheon at noon at the
Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. Monday
evening delegates and friends will be
fnestl at the gala banquet and dance
at the Alcatar Hotel in Miami. Tues-
day morning there will be business
sessions of the convention, followed
by the Thrift luncheon at noon at
Kaplan Hall when Mr s.Emanuel
Halpern, internationally famous Ha-
dassah leader of New York will be the
guest speaker. Full details of the con-
vention wiil appear in our next issue.
JACKSONVILLE
coming Sunday will not be heard but
will be heard the following week.
Dr. Joseph Rose and Miss Bella
i Fink were guests of the Daughters of
| Israel at their monthly meeting last
Wednesday. Dr. Boss spoke on "Dla
A NOVEL INNOVATION
Occurred at the V. W. H. A. Pass-
over Tea when the guest speaker of
the afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
dedicated his program to the organi-
zation. Cantor Maurice Mamches ren-
dered songs, accompanied by Mrs.
Harry Rosen. Dorothy T.ightman gave
Jewish readings; Miss Shirley Levy
and Miss Evelyn Auslander in Dram-
atic characterizations. Miss Ruth
Kcndal gave piano selections and
Rabbi Abraham Kellner gave the ben-
ediction.
In charge of arrangements were
Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Al Ros-
enfeld.
A social hour followed by permis-
sion of the copywright owner-.
ior "Y" and the founding of the Ju-
nior "Y" and their progress in the
past and gave all the newly elected
officers the good wishes of the entire
"1." A beautiful military set was
presented to Sidney Rosen, past pres-
ident of the "Junior "Y" who Clime
into that office upon the resignation
of Larry Schwartz. Honors at the
dinner table were shared equally by
Hyinan Merlin, newly elected presi-
dent and Miss Ray U. Shochet, vice
president. Other officers honored
were: Ethel Pont, recording secre-
tary ; Rosalind Simon, corresponding
secretary ; Robert Kaplan, treasurer;
Beatrice Merlin, parliamentarian and
Gerald Elkin and Aaron Pinkus pro-
gram chairmen. Following the din-
ner dancing was enjoyed by all at-
tending.
nual Junior Hadassah donors dinJ
and dance.
To inform you "V partisans
elubrooms will be closed Friday >|
Saturday, April 1!> and 10 ami
Thursday and Friday, April 21 J
22nd.
Again let me wish you heartjj
Passover greetings.
betes." Mis- Kink entertained with
Jl-NIOR "Y" INSTALLATION
Milton A. Friedman, vice-president
of the Y. M. H. A., presided nt the
Junior Y. M. H. A. installation ban-
quet and dance held last Sunday at
the Roadside Rest. Milton spoke
briefly about the history of the Sen-
A. 7.. A. CHAPTER IS
INSTALLED
Gala installation > i were
conducted when the Miami A. '/.. A.
chapter was formally ind
Kaplan Hall last Monday night. The
ceremonies began with the secret Ini-
tiatory work conferred on the mem-
bers by Milton A. Friedman, assisted
by Nathan Adelman ami Dr. Harold
Rand. The ceremonies in public was
held in the presence of the members
and representatives of Shoiom Lodge
<'f It'nai B'rith. the parent organiza-
tion. Mr. Isaac Levin presided. Dr.
Harold Rand installed the officers,
Mr. Elry Stone, president of the
l'.'nni B'rith Lodge, presented the
charter of the chapter. Mr. Nathan
Adelman presented each member with
his certificate, card and button. Ad-
dress, s were made by these indivi-
duals, ntid Milton A. Friedman. Mr.
Lewis, head of the Tampa A. 7.. A.
ohap'ci and Irving Krick, formerly of I
Atlanta. Ga.. a pasl president of the
A. 7.. A. Congratulatory telegrams,
were received from Mr. Sam Beber,
president nf the Supreme ^ -*
Council of the A '/. A., and e!,-ip'ers
and offi,- .. r .. | States
1' I lada.
Arrai r 0.
Mr N'atha \ |< n. past pn
)' i B'rith Lodge, and
chairman of Its A. 7. a
work in ef-
l organiaal n of tl
ter. Mn Samuel Aron >witi and
Mrs. g
he for-
' ''" of the chap-
ter are Melvin Weinkle, Aleph Godot.
Emanuel Seitlin. Sean. J v Met
1 lr, D ir. l: risbor, Publi-
Harold Shapiro, sergeant at
Nathan Aronowiti ai I So;
I Irving Oinsbui I chap-
lain.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe IT. Rothsteln an
several musical selections. Mrs. Jack "?'"""' "'" bir"' "f a *on on Thursday.
Landau, program chairman, introdm- '' 8* in Bt Vi'"'""'-' Hospital,
ed Dr. Hose, n practicing physician
here and an interesting speaker.
' bbl Morris D. Margolis will of-
ficiate at the public Sader in the Jack-
sonville .Tcwi-h Center auditorium
ginning at 7 :30 o'clock. This will be
Friday evening. April 16th, be-
a traditional Sader with all traditional
ami the meal wil l|,e catered
by Mr. M. Regal. The charge will
be il.50 per plate for adults and
$1.25 for children.
At the regular Monday meeting of
the Junior "Y" Paul Goldman and
Milton Weintraub were elected from
the olub at large to serve on the
board of directtfrg.
To Chairman Hanna Mack and her
committee a bouquet of their fnvorite
flowers and a five pound box of sweets
for their splendid handling of the an-
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YOUR NEXT COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
(Paid Political Adv.)
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Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan spoke on
citizenship at the recent meeting of
the West Riverside School of the
Parent-Teacher Asodation.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Krantz
announce the birth of n daughter on
Thursday, March 81, in St. Vincent's
Hospital.
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Candidate for Be-Blectlon
U. S. SENATE |
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ASSOCIATES OF
THE FRANCES MORANO
BOARDING SCHOOL
218 S. W. 8th Ave.Miami. Fla.
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Strictly Modern in Every Respect, Yet Reasonable
in Price at All Seasons
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CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
(SOCIETY
rritADlTUINAI. SADER
as PROVIDED
The traditional Snder observances
Hn unusually fine surroundings will
Again be provided this year by the
Family Jacobs Alainae Hotel nt Mi-
ami Bench. Cantor Koyhayn will
assist in the traditional ceremonies
Doth Ruder nifhtl. Fine lioliilny cui-
Ina has been provided and reaerva-
tions may he made for the entire
week if desired nt reasonable prices.

HOTEL TO REMAIN
OPEN TOR HOLIDAYS
The Hitter nnd La Flora Hotels
will remnin open for the Passover
holidays and Cantor Isidor Brnvcr-
jnnn will conduct the Sadcr services
at the Hitter Hotel where all guests
of both hotels will dine. Holiday cu
sine will be provided and reservations
may be made for the Sader nights or
for the entire Passover week at rea-
sonable rates.

CANTOR KELEMER AT
VICTOR HOTEL
Cantor Bcrole Kelemer. popular Mi-
ami Beach Cantor and shoehed will
conduct the Sader services at the
beautiful Victor Hotel under Louis
Adler management tonight and to-
morrow night. Reservationi may he
made for the Sader nights or for the
entire Passover week at very reason-
able prices. Special holiday cuisine
hns been provided in keeping with the
feast.

IMPORTANT MEETING
IS HELD
An important meeting of the local
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Compliments of
COMBS
FUNERAL
SERVICE
B'nai B'rith Lodge was held Tuesday
night when plans for aidirjg the nati-
onal and district'officers of B'nai
B'rith in German and Austrian Refu-
gee problems were discussed. Mr.
Sam Blank, prominent communal
worker was named chairman, J. Louis
Shochet secretary and Messrs. Wm.
Tanidash, Benjamin Hronston nnd R.
R. Adler, all prominent business men
nnd active communal workers,
members of a committee to aid in this
Important work. The officers of the
Lodge were empowered to select dele-
gate! to the District firand Lodge
Convention nt Orlando the latter pnrt
"f next month. The sum of one hun-
dred dollars was voted to aid the Or-
lando Lodge in providing entertain-
ment for visiting delegates.
A siirring nppenl by Abe Arono-
witz former City Solicitor was made
Hirsch Merer, Manuel Randier, Isaac
this area and the rnising of funds for
this work by the Lodge nnd a com-
mittee was authorized.
Nnmed to this committee, as mem-
bers of the sub-committee on nnti-Pe-
f.....''lion work were Messrs. Abe
Aronowitz, chairman; Baron de
HiisHi Mefer, Manuel Bandler, Isaac
T-evin nnd B. T. Wagner. This com-
mittee will work as part of the nnti-
Defamation committee.
Reports on student union work at
the University of Miami by Dr.
Charles Werblow showed that twenty-
six Jewish students would be provided
FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938
with Passover Sader accommodations
and that a series of meetings at the
University would be held. Mr. Nath-
an Adelmnn reported on the organiza-
tions and installation of a local A. Z.
A. chapter. Other activities of the
Lodge were reported on audmucb
commendation was given to the finan-
cial report presented by Mr. Benj-
Le Vine, treasurer of the Lodge.
WEST PALM BEACH

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Johnnie & Mack
UNUSUAL OFFER
REPEATED FOR
ANOTHER MONTH
Response to this ear painting
offer last month brought more
than we could accommodate.
That none need be disappointed
and by request, we repeat this
special value for another month
AUTO
PAINTING
$9.95
Complete job, including dress-
ing top and striping. Guaran-
teed one year. ,
THIS OFFER GOOD
UNTIL APRIL 30th
TOP WORKBODY WORK
UPHOLSTERING
SEAT COVERS
Johnnie & Mack
77 N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-2328
Last Sun.lay afternoon quite a
large audience gathered to witness
the laying of a cornerstone for the
Joseph sdier Memorial Talmud Torah
at the Beth El Synagogue. Joseph
Lesser, prominent attorney and com-
munal worker was master of cere-
monies. The synagogue was beauti-
fully decorated for the event with
palms, flowers and flags. Inspiring
addresses were made by Dr. Carl X.
Herman nnd Rubbi Bernard M. Kap-
lan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Isacoviteh of Palm
Beach nnd Xew York purchased the
honors of laying the cornerstone.
Following an appeal funds were raised
to complete the structure. Taking
pnrt in the musical program' were
Mrs. "M. Bernstein of Xew York who
was accompanied at the piano by
Mrs. Irving Steinberg.
ad for the office by such prominent
workers as Mrs. Mary Schrcbnick,
pioneer Jewish citizen of West Palm
Beach. Never hnving held public of-
fice he is not allied with any political
factions. His platform contains many
vote is now seeking re-election to the
office. A son of the late B. I-'. Carter
be is a native of West Palm Bench,
attended local schools, Station Uni-
versity, Oglethorpe and Georgia Tech.
He is an Elk, Odd Fellow, Junior
sound and constructive measures Chamber of Commerce nnd member of
Last Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Moss were hosts at the Fun and
Frolic Club for Miss Celia Pren, bride
elect of Mr. Irving Kapner nt a show-
er. Games were played and refresh-
ments were served. The bride-elect
was recipient of many gifts. Present
were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Tobias, Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Auerbach, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Goodmnrk. Adelainc Goldstein, Sam
Greene, Mildred Aclerman. Maurice
Moss, Henry Goldstein. Bob Pierce,
Sylvia Feiga, Mildred Moss, Connie
Lee, Estelle Davidson. Sam Kapner.
Chnrles Kapner, Schuyier, Johnny
Salzman, Ben Weiss and others.
which if enacted into law will be of
great aid to the entire district. He
favored a liberal old age pension law
among other measures.
J. Louie Carter, clerk of the Crim-
inal Court of Record, chosen to the
office in 1934 by an unusually large
the Young Democrats, and pledges to
continue the splendid nnd efficient ad-
ministration which he has given to the
office since his election in 1084. He
asks the support of the voters on his
recor dof fair, unbiased and honest
administration of the duties of this
important office.
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A benefit card party was held last
Sunday evening at the home of Mrs.
Freeman, the proceeds going to the
Talmud Torah now being erected. A
delightful time was had with prizes
being awarded for high scores and re-
freshments being served.
The B'nai B'rith Auxiliary Execu-
tive Board met last Monday night nt
the home of Mrs. Sam Qoldatein 10
make plans for the coming convention
of the District. A general meeting
of the membership will bo held next
Monday night nt the home of Mrs.
Harry Goodmnrk on Malverne Road.
West Palm Beach
Political Briefs
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J. M. LIPTON, President
Herbert D. Beck, candidate for the
Legislature in Group 2 hns practiced
law in this nrea both in West l'nlin
Bench and the Glades section (or
eleven years. He is a director and a
charter member of the Belle Glade |
Rotary Club, co-founder nnd director
and attorney of the Everglades Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association, n
director of the Everglades Memorial
Hospital, la an Elk. Mason and attor-
ney for the town of Belle Glade. Bfl
is making his platform that of t.i\-
rendjustments. direct election of nil
officials by the |>eople. constitutional
limitation of public debts nnd similar
constructive nnd necessnry legislation
for the public good. He is receiving
the support of outstanding communal
nnd civic minded workers.
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PETER J.
CUNNINGHAM
to
CONGRESS
Fourth Cong. District
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick
pioneer of West Palm
Beaeh heartily endorses
his candidacy, knowing:
him as a man who fulfills
his pledges.
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J. LOUIE I
CARTER
CLERK OF THE
CRIMINAL COURT OF
RECORD
in and for
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Heartily Endorsed by Mrs.
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Palm Beach Pioneer
(Paid Political Adv.)
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Peter .T. Cunningham of West Palm
Bench is waging a battle for election
to Congress in the Fourth District on
the slogan of "More Money for More
People." A native of Michigan, he
enme to Florida in 1010 after honor-
able service in the World War. ne
hns been a prominent attorney of
West Palm Beach for the past four-
teen years, nnd is now forty-three
years old. He pledges, if elected, to
i represent the entire district from Vero
, Bench to Key West impnrtinlly. fair-
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YOUR VOTE AND
SUPPORT
for
HERBERT D.
BECK
Candidate for
REPRESENTATIVE
Group 2
Will Be Appreciated Highly
Democratic Primary May 3
(Paid Political Adv.)
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SIX B
BUSINESS SCHOOL
TRAINS MANY
Kstablished In 1J30 by Daniel E.
Keels, the Miami Business College at
111 South Miami Avenue, has estab-
lished a splendid reputation as a coin-
niereial college where students are
given tin up-to-the-minute training in
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
CITY DRY CLEANERS
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
C. D. KENNY CO.
COFFEE, TEA, SI GAR CO.
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One Good TERM
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RE-ELECT
W. D.
BILL" JOYCE
Purchasing Agent
DADE COUNTY
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To My Many Friends
And Acquaintances
N. P. LOWREY
YOUR
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May, 1038
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Greetings!
ft ... It is our pleasure to extend
to all our Jewish friends and
patrons sincere good
wishes for a
Happy Passover
Pan A
merican Airways
VISIT YOUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
secretarial, stenographic, accounting
Fouraea and business administration.
A member of the National Associa-
tion of Accredited Commercial School!
assuring a high educational standard, [
the large staff of the school baa spec-
ialised in providing Individual in-
struction for each student.
Students are enrolled from all parts]
of the country and a number from
fire foreign countries. Those who
kavi graduated have found employ-
ment immediately, since Uie demand
for these will trained students hits
always exceeded the available supply.
Fully equipped with the latest model
typewriter* and other business devices
in use in the modern business world,
the institution lias always trained the
undents tn cope with all problems
srising In business of today. Mr.
Keels, the founder is still actively di-
recting the work iif the institution
and would welcome visits funn inter-
ested students or their parents to
discuss the problems of the individual.
MOTORISTSATTENTION!
Our service completely covers the performance and economy of your car.
A periodical engine tune up will save you many times its ocst.
$3.00
11-Point Performance Check
FOR MOST CARSParts Extra $4.50
TO
I< lean and reset spark plugs,
test compression In each cylinder
3(lean and set distributor
points, set ignition timing.
3Test coll and condeaser, tight-
en primary wiring.
IAccurately set valve tappets.
3Imped and tighten fuel pump
and fuel line connections.
Test carburetor with combus-
tion meter, set float level, adjust
idle.
Inspect and test gemrator. sel
output, adjust fan belt.
Inspect and test starler ann
Starter Switch.
Teat piston ring and va've
I'oiulitmn on Mercury Vacameter
10Test and inspect battery.
Clean and lubricate terminals.
11-Accurately align head lights
o Guide Head Eight Machine.
THE GOLDSTROM BAKING CO.
1349 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
EXTENDS TO ALL
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ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO.
12 tu .->8 N. \V. Fourth Street
Phone 2-7457
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
COLLINS GARAGE
DAY AND NIGHT WRECKING SERVICE
REPAIR ALL MAKES OF CARS
A COMPLETE SERVICE
PHONE 2-15393-5193
316 SOUTH .MIAMI AVENUE
SINCERE WISHES
To My Many Friends
and Acquaintances for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
G. A. WORLEY
YOUR STATE'S
ATTORNEY
"KEEP HIM THERE"
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Durability so that future generations may have a record
of your loved oneis the first requisite of any memorial.
Our Phillips Superior Memorial! are made of Winnsboro Blue
Graniteone of the world*! "' memorial materials.
FRANK X. KULL
1351 N. W. Tenth Ave., Cor. 14th St. Phone 2-1896
Your Savings
Are they absolutely secure and insured? Do
m3 n V'^ retUrU? ^ thCy inVCSted t0 aVoid
market fluctuations?
IZF% Ftdera; savings are insured up to
S^ ha alwa3- Pa^ 4% dividends.
Dividends have been earned far in advance in addi-
tion to many times the required legal reserves.
moVsvSfronVeSted ^ thC FifSt Federal *
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
OLITICAL
BRIEFS
lie urges action to iucrcnsc tourist
business U> t lie state, and points out
that uk (iovernor he brought millions
of dollars into the Stute from Federal
aid without any contribution from
Florida's tNMUry. He has rallied to
Ms rapport prominent communal
workers as Hill Bhajrne and others
,.,,,. Claude Pepper who baa .,, .,,.,, actlvel| ni(lil,K llinl tllB
i the United States Benate, ,..,,,,;,!,. 11IM| rging support from
In the nnespired term ol &'their friends,
nator Duncan D. Watcher, is
ialgning for re-election to the
liail
Frank II. I'ruitt prominent pom-
,, his record in office for the, mmiil| fraternal and civic worker, is
years. Thirty-eight years j wKinK splendid fight In his race for
the County Commission in Group 2.
As chairman of the Dade County
budget commission since its creation
he has become fully acquainted with
the problems of the county and knows
its needs.
baa established n splendid ri-pu-
,is an able and fearless advo-
bf the people's rights and ha.?
consistent supporter of Preal-
jtooserelt in his attempts to alle-
nditioni affectinp: the mass of
jple. On his record he asks the
prt of Florida voters, as a sup- Fritz Gordon who is a candidate
of the President and one who for n,,, Florida Legislature in Croup
what the people of the StateM cams to Miami in 1024 and has
nil one able to help Florida get practiced law ever since. He served
needs. in the office of County Solicitor and
--------------------------- has had considerable experience. His
Hge Tom Norfleet. a candidate platform includes legislation for the
(lection as Judge of the Court of protection of individual rights, local
came to Miami in 1014 after self-government, a fair allotment to
g as assistant State's Attorney
Sale Hock. Ark., for eight years.
[iami he served as assistant
ity Solicitor during l!)14j and
He was Judge of the Criminal
It from 1020 to 1020 and has been
\p in legal, fraternal and civic
during his long residence here.
Pat A. Cannon who is waging an
active campaign for Congress from
the Fourth Congressional District
was again endorsed lliis year by the
Townscnd Clubs of the District, thus
assuring Pal US lie is known to his
many friendl of ;:n UUUBUally si long
support. Mi. Cannon who made a
remarkable race against the present
Congressman, Mr. Wileox, is pledging
his support for legislation designed to
bring to iliis district the prosperity
it deserves. Ho has made a study ol
the tariff as It affects South Florida
and promises remedial legialation
which should help ibis community. lie
is receiving the support of many citi-
zens, among whom are Sidney L. Se-
ami, candidate for election to the when the searchers overlooked these
United Sinus Congress from the particles and they could produce the
Fourth Congressional District. May- the vernacular and were explained.
or Williams is seeking the seat now I XXX
held by Representative .1. Mark Wil-I Often at the Seder table the er-
cox, West Palm Beach, a dftndldate
for the United States Senate.
Mayor Williams' record as mayor
and member of the Miami City (Vftin-
eil -hows activity in sponsoring arid
lighting for measures effecting streets,
highways, parks and hospitals, He is-
opposed to "special Interests" where
their activities gouge the public.
His current difficulties, culminat-
ing in his indictment, Mayor Williams
declared, are the direct result of his
fitrht to force the Florida Power and
rants of 'the household wire also
present. On such occasions the ser-
\.:nt was not to he put to -haine by
asking her to perform lier ordinary
duties while at the table.
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For the benefit of the women and
(Huldren of the household portions of
the Seder ritual were translated into
the vemiciiliir and were explained.
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I'ASSOVKK OKKKTING8
linent! Light Company to furnish its present
gall and B. Albert I'allot. promt
in the Jewish communal work of thls!Mrv,M "' ,mv,'r r", area. Mr. Cannon was emphatic i "''<' 'iis demand that the company pay
his promise to aid In preventing race *" ''i,v ,he '"X,'K wlliph ,l,e pify
discrimination ami in his opposltionl
to iia-Amercan activities.
the city the taxes
. claims are due.
DR. NANCY MEEK HAIN
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
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forge A. Worley candidate for re-
ion as State's Attorney for Dude
Ity came to Miami in 1897. He
M as deputy In the office of the
of the Criminal Court and in
was admitted to the Bar. He
tired law with his father the late
Worley until he enlisted in the
ion corps in 1013 and served un-
close of the war in 1018. lie
Ime assistant County Solicitor un-
|,Solicitor McCaskill and continued
cr Fred Pine for several years.
I practiced law until 1960 and ac-
ked the office as State's Attorney
\h* insistence of the Governor in
On his record of law enforce-
without fear or favor he asks
re-election to the office.
Dade County of the gasoline tax pro-
ceeds, opposition to all isms except
Americanism. In his p'atform ad-
dresses he has met the issues in B
firm anil unbending manner, outlining
what he believes should earn him the
support of Dade County voters.
enator D. Stuart Gillis who estab-
Nsi an enviable reputation in the
ice of his city, county and state,
for the last twenty years in the
pi-hiture. is waging an active ram-
tn for the Supreme Court of Flor-
on his record of service to the
pie. On that record alone he asks
Itinn to the high office he seeks.
former Governor Dave Sholtz has
carrying the battle to his oppon
and is pointing to bis service as
|cinor as an indication nf his devo-
, to the interests of Florida and its
kle. Promising to cooperate with
I merchants in everv constructive
Unlive nction which will help them
In his campaign for re-election Wm.
D. fRill > Joyce points to the fact that
during his tenure in office he has
kept every promise made by him in
his campaign several years ago. That
no favoritism has been shown in the
administration of the office, and that
the office of County Purchasing
Agent is one whose record of the past
two years will do honor to the county
for efficiency, economy and honesty.
A resident of Florida for nineteen
years, world war veteran, and active
civic worker Mr. Joyce asks his re-
turn on his record of office.
J. Mark Wileox. member of Con-
grass from this district who is asking
for the support of the voters of Flor-
ida In his campaign to be sent to the
United States Senate points to his
record in the House of Uepresenta-
tives. Ho opposed the Reciprocal
Trade Treaty because of the unfair
advantages given Cuba over South
Florida. He has been independent and
voted in the interests of the people.
In a speech last week Sir. Wi'cnx said
"When this campaign is over. I may
be a United States Senator or I may
he a plain country lawyer, but please
God. I'll still he my own boss." He
has received the support of many out-
standing citizens of the district in-
cluding numerous Jewish lenders. As
Congressman. Mr. Wileox has never
hesitated to be of service to his con-
stituents whenever called upon.
The house was diligently searched =
for leaven on the night preceding 1
Passover. This occasion also gave |
the children a chance to piny pranks
on their elders testing their parents
diligence. Thus they would conceal i
particles of bread in out-of-the-way
corners and great was their glee
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YOUR CANDIDATE
for
CONGRESS
Support of the national administra-
tion in its fight on poverty, disease,
hunger and unemployment is pledged
by Mayor Robert R. Williams, of Mi-
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Miami's Most ReliableEst. 1910
State and City Approved
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(Over Boat Restaurant)
Convenient Terms Phone 3-4851
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THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
FEATURETTES
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THE WORLD'S II
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN--------
^r:!STRICTLY GDWFIDEMTIAL
clal btauinf of the civilised world.
Those who an now our pnblic advcr-
A breach has at last been made In
i fiery wall of hatred thai hai rear
.,:,,, year flamed up more fiercely i aarles were not to then. All that was
the Jewiafa people. Or, to put, lacking was a people, a Jewish peo-
ple, to take advantage of the world's
ii another and perhaps a better way,
:1 breach has at last bean made in the
massive and terrifying Indifference
with which the suffering! of the Jew-
Ople an- regarded by a supposed-
ly civilised world. The call to the
free peoples of the World issued by
P ulent Roosevelt through Secretary
Hull that their doors be opened to
the victims of religious ami political
persecution, may well inaugurate a
11 w eraas new an era as was open-
ed by the Balfour Declarationpro-
vided there is a Jewish people in the
world with a Jewish will and pro-
vided that that people will stand this
ti -t as it has not hitherto stood the
test created for it by Kulfutir.
The aualogy is perfectly plain.
There was the Balfour Declaration.
There was the mandate which at that
e Britain intended reasonably to
carry out and abide by. There was
no Arab problem. There was upon
i!n- plan of the re-settlement of Pal-
estine by the Jewish people the offi-
offer. Immense tracts of land could
have been bought. There were no ade
quate funds. A populous Yisliuv could
have been established. There was
the opportunity. There was the need.
There were the political and economic
Opportunities. And the vast majority
of the world's Jews hung back and
split hairs.
A second opportunity is at hand-
offered again by one of those two Eta-
glish-speaklng peoples who alone of
all the people of the world preserve a
tradition of humanity, preserve a con-
science not utterly hardened, not
hopeless brutalized, those peoples, ami
especially now the American i.....pie.
upon whom is teen to depend the fu-
ture of civilization. And the literally
tremendous question arises: what will
the Jewish people, in so far as there
exists a Jewish people, do with that
opportunity.
It is, of course, an old story, and it
(Continued on Page Twelve)
PASSOVER
IN LEGEND
HOMILIES OK THE MONK* SAGA
By DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN
How important Ihe great Rabbis
helloed the story of the Exodus of
Israel from Egypt to be is indicated
by thr fact that the half of the sev-
en volumes of Prof. Louis Gins-
berg's monumental work "The leg-
ends of the Jews" is devoted to the
history of the Jews in Egypt and
in the Wilderness. Dr. Finhelstein
provost of the Jewish Theological
-' minary, tells us something of the
Paaaorer legends in Dr. Ginzberg's
work, the index volume of which
lias just been published.
THE EDITOR.
The celebration of Passover has to-' for future students.
day a deeper and more universal
meaning than it eould possibly have
had for many generations. For a
imber of years we have been wit-
nessing a slow but continual resur-
gence of autocracy in the world.
Passover comes to remind us that the
ideal of freedom, born 3500 years ago,
lies st the very root of our faith and
that we must never yield it. With
special reference to our own problems,
the festival of Passover brings us
new encouragement, for our thoughts
turn again to the contrast between
the great misery out of which Israel
was born and its rise to spiritual emi-
nence in the world.
For real encouragement, however,
we must go not only to the simple, di-
rect stories of the ltible, but to the
Rabbinic elaborations of them. The
extent of the Hahbis's deep interest in
this epic story may be measured by
the merest glance at The Legends of
the Jews by Professor Louis Ginzberg
of Hie Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. This book has just been
completed with the issuance of the
Seventh, the index volume. Not less
than half of the whole work is devot-
ed to the history of the Jews in Egypt
and the Wilderness. When one con-
siders that this period, even at the
largest estimate, covered only 400
rears out of the" several thousands
which arc recorded in the history of
the Bible, the proportion ia amazing ;
flnd it can only mean that the Rabbis
like ourselves, dwelt on the sojourn
of Israel in Egypt and the Exodus,
not only because of historical interest,
but bersuse of the need and encour-
geaMat in their own tasks.
The seven volumes of Dr. Ginz-
berg's work are a monumental contri-
bution to Jewish scholarship. They
are the most ambitious work of re-
search in the Talmud that has been
undertaken in the English language.
The first four volumes consisting of
the legends themselves, combine vast
erudition with popular presentation,
and have doubtless already been read
by thousands. However to the schol-
ar, far more important to the schol-
troductory volumes, which contain al-
most every legend about biblical
characters recorded in Rabbinic and
allied literature, are the fifth and
wxtll volumes which present Profes-
sor Ginzberg's notes and comments on
these legends.
It is almost impossible to give to
the layman a full appreciation cither
of the magnitude of the task under-
taken by Professor Qinsberg in com-
piling these notes, or of their value
The late Doctor
Bcnzion Halpern. who as secretary of
the Jewish Publication Society, read
these notes in manuscript many years
ago, once remarked that writing them
would have taken an ordinary scholar
two lifetimes. This fact, hitherto
recognized only by specialist) in the
field, now becomes obvious to every-
one from a perusal of the index vol-
ume of The Legends of the Jews.
One turns, for instance, to the word ]
angel, and finds that the index of ref-
erences on the subject covers eight
pages, that references to Moses occu-
py nine pages, and that six pages are
devoted to references to Israel. But
even more significant than these ob-
vious statistics is a study of the notes
themselves. Literally hundreds of
volumes have been consulted in their
preparation. They include every Rab-
binic work, the vast Cabalastic liter-
ature, and the whole Hellenistic liter-
ature, as well as that of the Church
Fathers. No one but Professor Gins-
berg could have undertaken so tre-
mendous a project. When.we consider
that the Greek Patristic literature cov-
ers 161 volumes, and that all this had
to be sifted in preparation for this
work, we realize the enormity of the
task which Professor Ginzberg per-
But it is not only In the extensive
erudition that this work Is uniquo.
On almost every page of the two vol-
umes of notes the scholar finds some
stimulating suggestion with ref"rd to
the tests used in them.
The Legends of the Jews does for
Rabbinic literature what Professor
Ginzberg's Commentary on the Pales-
tinian Talmud which, as has been an-
nounced, he is now preparing for pub-
(Continued on Page Fifteen)
PASSOVER
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The Passover menu is no longer
just matzo. meal, fish and herbs,
You carl gel everything from soup
to mils kosher for Pesach. In Ibis
informative article Miss SeJstSl
shows how the supplying of matzo
and related Passover foods has he
come a highly Specialises1 industry.
THE EDITOR.
Just envisage, if you will, the para
dox of sizzling cocktail "franks" o
slim two inch wide egg matzo wafers.
served with cocktails concocted of rare
vintage from the corners of the eart
all, mind you. bearing the Rabbis''
seal .if Kashruth. and you will be SB>
ting the stage for a panorama of tie
tremendous Industry which has bee
created out of the dash into the de;.
ert with its first unleavened brca
baked by the scotching rays of th
desert sun.
If Passover brings lo mindabstin-
ence, "the bread of affliction" an
bitter herbs to commemorate the sor
row and bitterness of the Israelite
in slavery, cast out that vision, for
to the newer generations, Passove
means many new and rare delicacie |
to replace the mere "chometz" r
leaven of daily lifethe while thee1
is born new hope of routing the ne.v
Pharoabs and Unmans of our ow
day.
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Tidbits From Everywhere
REMOVAL FROM VIENNA
Who was the famous leader 01
British Jewry who was received III
the German embassy in LondoL am:
who will soon receive permission lo
go to Vienna to organise thevacuation
of Austrian Jews prior to the launch-
ing of a greal relief campaign in Bri-
tain. Hundreds of Jewish young
men from Germany and Austria are
joining the French Foreign Legion as
a desperate way out of their dilemma.
. Mexican Jews are railing a
fund of 100,000 pesos to help lb; gov-
ernment pay for the expropriated
American and British oil nell*. .
NOW that Prince Franz of the Duchy
of Liechtenstein lias been forced to
abdicate by bis Nazi subject* It ought
to he recalled that his Jewish consort,
Princess Elsa. daughter of the Aus-
trian hanker Max von QuttUUllin, was
the Mrs. Simpson of some jonri ago.
. But she refused to let Franz re-
nounce his rights for her.....In-
stead they were married secretly and
met clandestinely all over Kurope
until the Prince became ruler.....
Then he married her again publicly. .
LONDON ECHOES
Ti- Mid that Sir Arthur Wauchope
former High Commissioner of Pales-
tine, left iflOO.000 of bis own money
iii the Homeland In gifts and dona-
tion! to various institutions......
Wauchope is heavily interested in the
famous Haig and Haig whiskey dis-
tillery. The British secret ser-
vice i- quietly looking into reports
thai the Nazi propaganda ministry
lias sent a number of highly trained
German girls to London where they
obtained Jobs as domestics in the
homes of important government offi-
cials on who ml hey arc instructed to
spy.....Ml hough the new llritisli
Commission to Palestine is still in
London, it is already predicted that
its report will be ready in time for
Chanukab. Edmund de Roths-
child, 22-year-old son of Lionel de
Rothschild and heir to the director-
ship of the London Rithschild hank,
is on a world tour to become ac-
quainted with the family's interests.
HOME NEWS
Fritz Kulin. of the tlermnn-Amcri-
(Ton tinned on Page Sixteen)
AND IT CAME TO
PASS
The bread of afflictionthat which
was baked in haste becomes a rar
delicacybiscuits browned and crisp
with n nut-like flavorwhile religion
restrictions are more than ever seru
puloualy observed in their production.
They are baked on fast moving con
veyor belts which make a complet
passage through block-long oven
in about three minutes, to the accom
pauiment of symphonies in steel an I
humming electrical contrivances in
the most modern manner.
To get a clear picture of the wide
ramifications of industries employing
many thousands of persons through-
out the year to cater to this one week
in Passover, let as begin with the
"bread of affliction." There are three
large matzo producers in New York':
metropolitan district, the center of
American Jewry, one large bakery In
Cincinnati anil other smaller bakers
scattered throughout the country in
Chicago, Philadelphia and other larg
cities.
By DIANA KLOTTS
Passoveryesterday and today.
The table has not been changed:
from generation to gneratkin foods
and procedure remain very much
Ihe same; only in the hearts of
those gathered about to recount Ihe
tale of wonder, there is a stir that
is newan unrest that Is unex-
ampled*a fear that Is appeased
only by the soothing words. Ihe joy-
ous songs, familiar passages of the
Passover festival. In tills little hol-
iday sketch. Seven Arts' Women's
Editor creates the mood of Pass-
over.
THE EDITOR
It had been a day of great excite-
ment. The house was epic and span,
with a cleanliness that radiated as
one entered each room. Chainetz had
been swept from corners and closets,
and every bidden crevice inspected s i
that nowhere might be found one tiny
spec of leaven. The table, opened lo
its full length, stood as a glistening
spectacle of beauty with its sparkling
glassand silverware. Three times
the mistress of the house had stopped
for just one final glance to see that
',I all was set aright: that at each plate
there stood in readiness a wineglass;
SEDER IN
SOLOMON'S
TEMPLE
Not only the matzo industry, which
now represents millions in invested
capital and more millions in aunua!
production, but almost every conceiv-
able purveyor of food and related
supplies trains his guns at this great
Jewish market.
American Jewish housewives can
secure their favorite brand of coffee
sugar, salt, spices at Passover, pro
dueed by the large non-Jewish con
ccrns, although such famous brands
in the kosher field as Rokeach. Man-
ischewitz and Horowitz-Ma rgareten
are equipped to supply this great de-
mand for auxiliary Passover foods.
Large department stores in the
great urban centers hnve large sec-
tions set aside, spic and span and de
void of contamination by chometz,
which have a variety of foods to de-
light the heart of the most fastidious
Passover epicure.
In addition to the delightful assort
ment of matzos, the Jewish hostess.
who doesn't choose to forego her en-
tertaining at Passover, may choosi
from the following: Knockwurst, mid- ,
, day when the Lorn rejoiced in
get salami, smoked ox tongues, bolog w J
, .. _. ancient Temple. How excited
na. and other such prepared foods. I
domestic and imported. Palestine
.Continued on Page Eleven)
By FRANZ WERFEL
In this brilliant descripliono f the
Seder in the ancient Temple in Jer-
usalem at which King Joshua, de-
scendant of David, presided. Franz
Werfel. the world-famous Jewish
novelist gives us a never-Io-be-for
gotten picture of the age-less cere-
mony. This article is an extract
from Mr. Werfel's new novel "Hear-
ken I'nlo Ihe Voice," and Is pre-
sented by special arrangement be-
tween Mr. Werfel's pnblishers. The
Viking Press, and the Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate.
THE EDITOR.
This day was a day of honour, a
His
his
mother had been! She hod herself
. come to awaken him. And her pride
I was well founded. Of all the families
, of the priesthood which dwelt in ihe
that at the head of the board the Se-
der platter bearing the "Middle mat-
zos,'' bitter herbs, roasted shank bone
and an egg, was covered with the
elaborately embroidered cloth preserv-
ed for just that purpose; that nearby
stood the dish of cheroseth. ... As
she was standing there, someone had
called in to say that still another
gneet would come if he could be ac-
commodated. And she had pro-
ceeded quickly to adjust the settings
closer to each other she was filled
with a deep nostalgia'as she remem-
bered the voice of her father when as
a child she watched with rigid fasci-
nation the tall stately man In regal
robes who rose from his seat at tho
table, Seder platter elevated in his
hands, and spoke quietly, deliberately:
"Kilo lechcni oni....."this is
the bread of affliction which our an-
cestors ate in Egypt Let all thoso
who are hungry enter and eat there-
of; and all who arc in distress como
and celebrate the Passover.
Now as she sat in queenly comfort
at the head of the luiard beside her
husband serenely cnscoiiscd in his
high-baCked, cushioned chair, fche was
suddenly possessed with the thought
of places elsewhere in the world
where fear and oppression filled Ihe
hearts of men. where women gathered
to their bosoms children born in'.o
(Continued on Page Twelve)
Country roundabout hut did not serve
in the Temple, he, Jeremiah, was tho
only youngest son who had been chos-
en for special distinction. His ln-h-
er's family, however, was one of the
oldest in Judah and Benjamin, reach-
ing back to the holy epoch as far as
Abiathar. the exile, as far as Eli. the
Priest of Shiloh. as far back as Hoses
and Aaron themselves. Jeremiah had
today been selected to fill a p of
honour at the evening Passover sac-
rifice or perhaps to serve at the Kings
table. The young man's heart Ixat
loudly, for it was filled with a great
joy of anticipation. With his whole
soul he loved the sacred festivals ani
ceremonial, when the fires glowed, the
lamps shone, the harps, trumpet.--, and
drums exulted, and the people came
together with rejoicing as they united
in the Covenant of the Lord.
XXX
The feast had begun. Rows of
serving I.evites and priests of the
lowest order were hurrying along the
tables with dishes and pitchers. With
the most minute attention to detail
and observance of the laws the ban-
quet had been prepared by the priests
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HAPPY PASSOI I
BUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
nirnrfior u> 'Whaler**"
The 0I6V*4 Jewelry 8
In Miami
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152 KaM Flayer SaVM*
PHONE 2 3*M
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H. Kapiaa.
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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Tampa Notes
Hi -- D. Isaac- i I Ml
Un Saadle aTaJfc laaacaom. of
:. waa Bar Iftera Pridaj nirh
it Templt B loph 8k baa, serric*! b
Babbi A*lp- B^rp-r. Mr. Isaacsons
teacher wa HM* ol his grandfather
Dr. A- Bryan, BetoabjamM wer*
. (a the TU-.u rom after ser
Friday and Saturday nighu.
Mr. and Mr. Adolph Wall bavi
moved from their former h-.me it
Beacb park and are now occupying ai
apartment at 2914 EstreUa,
a tcfaadi 'r t'1' ne*
reekl TTi* arranged at a meeting o
. II S P. Club Thursday night a
:.. Y M II A. A beach party .]
April 28 to May 1 at th
ttage at Clearwate
Mra. I. .Segal as ehaper
- bridge party wiil b
May 3 at the Leisure B- ,
II S. I1 Sabbath will be ob
at Temple Bodopb Shoiom 0
afiai Lillian K"in an
: Btooa were
the merTir.i. Others who attended
: nortnc* Lota, Lil
lian Haddad. Helen Haimorit, 'Rosalia
Buchman. Evelyn Weber, Margie S-
gall and Ruth Weber.
c tfflean "f the Tampa Chapter oi
the National Council of Jewub Jun
ran nominated at a meeting <,n
U iay night at the Y. If. H. A., and
will be elected at'the next meeting.
Plans were made for the annual silvt-r
tea to be held on Mother's Day
rboae'preaant were: Mrs. J. A. Wa-
in, preeddent "f the senior coun
, I: Miat Helen Aronovitz. prwi:
of the junior council; and the Mi-- .
Charlotte Ifoaab Gladys Peters, Toby
KaU. Henrietta Waterman, Delia
B lenberc, Been Feiner. Hannah
laaacaon. Rosalie Buchman, Ruth
Shine, Evelyn Weber and Lillian R,.
sin.
A ...- S-r.iay Bci
t "M-: K .Jun
Levy and Eauaa -z w-re eel
r-a: by
Ge .--
In ad _r =on:bl
the teaci
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the Tempb t 8:00 o'clock.
VTi Eztead Baal Wi-hes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
B. W. THACKER
Addinr Machine* and Type
writers S^Jd. Rented. Rebuilt.
Exchanred. .\>k about onr
Rental Purchase Contract
PHONE 2-011-
123 N. E. Fir-t Street
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
W. G. LUNNEY
j TILE CO. j
Tile Work of Every De-cription
PHONE 7-2-^44
61 N. E. Mth STREET
MIAMI
*IN( BBS WISHES
T all I lor J- v .-^ Fri<
for l
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
O'NEILL & ORR
Building Corp.
441 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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T- M ik
THAT G
MOON KIST
ICE CREAM
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BOTAL PALM MILK
FXTFST- BEST WISHES
I .- a
PPT PASSOTEB
BOTAL PALM CBEAMBaTf
: rporai
PHONE
A HAPPY PASSOTEB
H A M L Y N
>L\TTRESS AND
UPHOLSTERING CO.
Studio Couches
Mitlresse* Renovated
UPHOLSTERING
lSi'j North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-4M6
Get Your Delicious Dairy Products
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
from
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy
Miami's Onlv Jewish Dairy
3820 N. W. 46th STREET PHONE 8-2211
Kashrus under the supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
AND RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF.
Let l*s Supply You During Passover
STRICTLY FRESH FISH
STANDARD FISH CO.
1063 S.W. 8th Street
Phone 2-.33G2
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Locally Produced MilkIce Cream
Cottage Cheese
Quality Dairy Products and Cultured
Sour Cream
Phone 2-8431
Thrilling
MUSAI
SLE
Inte
resting
SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE
Alligator
Wreatling
Every
Hour
N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St.
IN THE TRADING POST
Indian Dolls Baskets
Moccasina
Rugs Blankets
Alligator Bags Silver Work
OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M-6 P. M.
Something Interesting to See All the Time
25C
Admieaion
Includes
Everything
TO REALLY ENJOY PASSOVER
Insist On Getting
MONTORA
nD55 in p
KOSHER WINES
Port, Tokay, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry
and Haut Sauterne
Produced under the Supervision of
Rabbi G. Katzman of San Francisco, Cal.
and bottled under the supervision of
5a!i 4brah?In A* KeI,ner of Miami and
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Miami Beach
MANHATTAN BEER DISTRIBUTORS
INCORPORATED
110 N.W. 4th St.Miami. Fla.
\VJu ,r-pHOXES- 3-8931
Also handling a complete assortment
twtt. IMPORTED
PALESTINIAN CARMEL WINES
in original packages from the Rishon Le Zion Caves


FRIDAY, APBIL 15, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ELEVEN
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
326 Jeffenon Avenue
Phone 5-1J28
MAURICE G. MAMCHES, Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
'Phone 5-2013
IWSSOVKK SKRVKKS
Berilcci ill ba held Friday evenln
:,i 8:10 and Bstordaji ersnlng at 7:0
p. m. Saturday and Similar mom
- al !' :"0 n. ill. Itnbbi MOM
Mescbeloff will preach Batwday mom
infc on "Tlic Holiday of the Future,
iiml Bundajr moraine; on "Matao, th
Symbol "f Faith."
Cantor Miiuruc Mamches will clian
thf services.
SI NHAY SKSSIONS PROMOTION
The promotion of children attendln
llit' Sunday sessions of our Jlebri"
School will take place Monday even
in*. April IS. at 7 :.'W p. m. A beau
tiful program will be preaanted whic
will include a "Model Seder." i
which will participate all the eblldre
ni our daily Hebrew School, arrange
by Hnbhi Mescheloff, Cantor Man
i bee and Miss K. Sbpall. Food an
refreshments will be served by th
Sisterhood through a committee o
women headed by Mrs. Benjamin H.
I,on don.
The Young Juden of Miami Beach
will also present a two-net play., of
the Passover significance and observ
ances.
This entire evening is devoted ti
young and'old. There is no admission
charge. Bring your friends.
SUNDAY SESSION GRADIATION
The commencement exercises of 011
graduating class will be held Sundn
evening. May 1st. The program i
being prepared by Rabbi Meschelof",
Cantor Mamches. Attorney A. I,
Mechlowitz and Miss Malvina Wei-s
Final examinations will be given en
Sunday morning. April 2Cth and in
Sunday morning. May 1st. to all ap-
plicants for graduation recommended
fur their excellent work and atten
.lance this season by their teacher.
Cantor Mamches.
class will make u
Synagogue.
The graduatin
in 1 -1 in.111 I cheese and meats, strictly kosher fo I Silversmiths, producers of both fine !
I Passover. Even Switzerland sends its and popular priced china, glassware ,
Bwiai Gruycre scrupulously prepare ] and kitchen utensils promote special
for this holiday. Hungary and Pal- sales for these holidays, all prodded
eatlne angament the local supply o | by keen merchandisers and depart
liu. wines ami liquorsand Sliavo-'ment store executives.
I wits takes a big bow. In all of this modern, high in.wer
Local producers supply potato flour,- d promotion, the small peddler, ;.-"-
1 almond paste, cider vinegar, spice*, '"s 'rom <'""r '" ''""r "l,,! ""'"s
HABANOTH
The Hgbanoth met Monday evening,
reports were given on a number >>i
different projects. Mrs. H. Garden
was introduced to' the club. Mis
Garden offered her services to the
dub. and was received with applause.
The Habanoth decided to 'hold an af-
fair on Monday evening. May 80th.
They will present the play. "Two
Goyim," and a" variety of song-.
dances and professional entertain
ment.
RECENT MARRIAGES
Harvey D. Cohen tud Raebell
Moore.
Herman Weil and Beatrice Cuplan
William Norman Beraon and Ger
trade Meiinson.
Solomon Goldman and Franc Boi
enberg.
Herman Blaufox and Minnie Bab
enson.
Bincerest Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
BAY WAY OARAGE
221 N. K. Tenth Street
MIAMI, F10RIOA
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SiiuiTP Wislu's for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GOODYEAR
SERVICE
fKW Biscayne Boulevard
phone s-a-tea
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Do Yu
Own
Your Home?
There never was ,bft,er **
than now to bulla one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Make* It Possible
CMvs me a call and 1 wfll BTUuJly
help you to ret the best P*-
IbTe Information as to Its Han.
H. SIMONS
Care Aekerman Ins, Agency
Mh5 Seybold Oldo-
Phone 2-3151
horseradish, teglach, soup nuts, g i
barlcj. cuuiiiev. chocolates, salted an |
sugar almonds, tomato juice, ketchup,
mayonnaise, crystaliaed orange pceL
pickled 01.1..11-. coffee, l.a, soda.
Special cleansers for utensil-., such a
-culling powders, porcelain and enam-
el cleansers, kosher soap, steel woolj
silver polish and candles are provide
by domestic manufacturers. An ad
de.i impetus i given th.- publisher
an.I producers of religious urti.-1.1
since there is an ever increasing in>
tercet on the part of the newer gen
.ran.111 for knowledge of cremonialr,
which are featured in most dail
newspapers.
It is a heartening commentary fir
those devoted to the cause of Jewish
learning ami religious observances] to
note that to such gargantum corpora-
tions as General Foods, Standard
Brands. Burden Milk. National Sugu j
Refining Company, and others, tho
Rabbis'* seal of approval and the re-
sponsibility which it engenders has
......ie to i.e an automatic and smooth
part ..f their complex machinery.
from pushcarts in Orchard Street on
New York's East Bide ami in im
counterparts of Chicago, Philadelphia
Boston and Pittsburgh, account for
a tremendous volume of Pa vi
f.....is and accessories ami co" king
Utensils.
Leaving for a moment the domestic
market, the demand for th.- products
of American manufacturers has re
suited in far fling operations reach
ing to the far Corners of the earth ;
tn Bhangbal, Irish Fie.- State. Union I
of South Africa. Singapore, Bibei a.
N.w Zealand. Moroci-o. Egypt and
ev.n I'al.stin.American matzn-mak-
ers ship to these polnta and man]
more the products which tiny triple
wrap for the protection of its flavor
Large hotels, restaurants, clubs and
even the robots of food purveying
serve matzos at Passoxer. Ocean-go-
ing steamers pnt in a supply of mat-
/. and .....ie have a maahgiach and
Kahlii aboard not only at Passover
but the year round.
Y'-. it is a far Cry indeed from the
bread of affliction, baked in haste un-
der the desert sun to tie crisp nut
like maizes and the myriad .if rare
delica. pn pared to the accompan-
iment of symphonies in steel.
KOSHER ZION
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
PASSOVER
PREFERRED
(Continued from Page Nine)
sends honey, marmalades, cocoa, oliv
oil. soap. jams, caramels, spices, tea
hags anil a wealth of other delicacies
Holland delights the cheese fancier
with Oouda and other processed
DENTIST
DR. R. S. AKERS\_
DR. R. WILLIAMSON
DR. H. L. ANDERSON
CLOSED SATURDAY
Open Evenings by Appointment
Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St.
Beat Wishes for a
HAPPV PASSOVER
PERSHING COURT
APARTMENTS
811 N. E. Hth Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS ON
PASSOVER
W. A. GLASS
$4?
JUSTICE
A WORD
TO THE
WISE
OF THt
SUPREME
COURT
Democratic Primary, 1938
l.,niyt-y **' esn bsiasasi *
ih>< rmo
FOR AN ENJOYABLE
Passover
in the traditional manner
Make Your Reservations
at
JOE RUBIN'S
Sea Breeze Hotel
Second St. at Collins Ave.
Ride- the
Famous
TTD
sb
nwD
STRICTLY KOSHER
CUISINE
PHONE 5-9444
With all the trad-
itions of the Seder
ritual ....
. And a service
and cuisine as only
at the Alamac.
Your hosts,
lb*
Comity
Jacob
1st Seder Frl. Apr. 15
2nd Seder, Sat. Apr 16
ALAMAC HOTEL
Collins and 13th
Miami Beach
Reservations 5-2926
GREYHOUND LINES
GRBTHOUVD TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pL M C1 9
ALL NORTHBOUND BUBSBB LEAVE FROM 1016
515 Washinfton Arena*
>
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
The ONLY. Air-CondlUoned
Train to the Weat
FASTEST
anil molt comfortable service tS>
MACON, ATLANTA
CHATTANOOGA, CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND and DETROIT
Through sir-conditioned coaches
to Chicago. Air-conditioned
Irrping csrs to Chicago (First
trip Jan. 4.). Cleveland (First trip
Dec 18.) and Detroit (First trip
Dec. 18.) Lounge car. Dining car.
Leave Miami .:00 P. M. daily.
Take your auto along bv rail at
very low cost. Rail fares in
coaches and Pullman cars are
lurpriiingly low via Seaboard.
CITY TICKET OFFICK
USl H.l!i..M .T.I.MU1.1-S1U
T. W. LUCKETT. D. P. A.
SEABOARD AIR LINK RAILWAY
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WAITE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Kelvinators Stoves Water Coolers
1601 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1625
Sincere Greetings for a Happy Passover
HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Importers
Biscayne Blvd at Fourteenth Ter.
Phone 3-4669 Miami
j
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TANNER'S GROCERY STORES
1263 W. Flagler St.1753 X. E. 2nd Ave.
JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY
ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF
COFFEES AND TEAS
507 Northwest Miami Court riione 2-2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WB EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
JOHN J. FRITZ AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
MELROSE NURSERY and SOILS CO.
Landscaping and Maintenance. Soils and Sod. Fruit
Trees. Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Beds.
Screened Soils for Lawn Dressing. 2741 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phones 3-86113-8612.





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< IMPLEMENTS OF
! NEW JERSEY DRUG CO.
400 CoUna Arenne
A. I. RFBIN
MIAMI BEACH
1 55
FURNITURE
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| GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
FRANK A LEE
, REAL ESTATE DEPARTMEN1
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I MIA.MI BE\tH FLOBIKA
DP. P.OSINAE HEINE
En tot
- VEB
M. L. MARCUS CO.
Office Suppliea and Furnlturt
Desks. Chairs, Files, Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
4: J r. First St. Ph. 2-1661
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BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPT PASSOVER
BEN J. KINCAID
Uh Insurance and Annuities
401 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONE 2-07Jl
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
CITY LINE GROCERY
ALFRED PARE. Prop.
4is n. \v. 22nd Arcane
PHONE 2640
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W. D. (BILL) JOYCE
II.. ASSOVEB
PAX AMERICAN-
CHEMICAL CO.
!EXTERMINATING
Disti tora for
WTAXDOTTE PRODUCTS
SANITARY AND
JANITOR SUPPLIES
CALL 3-3955
West Flagler Street
MIAMI, FI.ORIDA
GREETINGS ON
PASS \\
BETTER SERVICE
GARAGE
4J*. M pxa a,*a
MIAMI BE.\CH
W e Extend Best Wishes to Our Jewish
Friends and Patrons for
HAPPY PASSOVER
SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc.
900 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
TO Mr MANY FRIENDS
AND \< IQUADfTAXOES
BEST TOSHES IOS A
HAPPT PASSO\XR
P C HUNTER
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MILLER-SMITH POULTRY CO.
Florida Fresh Eggs Everv Dav
102 \. VV. 8th Street Phone 2-4615
r
SINCERE GREETINGS
ON PASSOVER
HAHR LUMBEB
COMPANY
PHONE 3-32M
MOO Norti lUaaal
MI\MI. FLORIDA
PASSOVEB GREETINGS to
OUR JEWI8H FRD2ND8 AND CUSTOMERS
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD
SILVER SEAL CAKES
259 N. W. 4th Street-Miami, Florid*
GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
Camp Wohelo for Girls
v. milea rron Waahlrnton. l> ( ; N mii^> from
Baltimore, Md.; in the heart of the Blue Ridge
Mountains.
MM II SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
!''': : tv>
JO" :' daughters.
write or phone
Bertha Ber
OW NER and DIRECTOR
1C25 S. W. ].-.lh Street
MIAMI. FI.\.
Phone 3 4*22
It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our
Many Jewish Friends and Patrons
Sincere Good Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER ~
THE CITY ICE Hi FUEL CO.
and
WUHIEfl BREWING CD.


FRIDAY, APEIL 15, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTEEN
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THUS LOVELY TABLEWARE WELL
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Truly Such An Amazing Offer May
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WM. A. ROGERS A-1 PLUS SILVERWARE
absolutely free
for every New Subscription
or only 99c
with coupon for our old subscribers
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With a Written Guarantee
Contains: 1 SALAD FORK
2 TEASPOONS 1 SOUP SPOON
1 DINNER FORK 1 DINNER KNIFE
(Solid HandleStainless Steel Blade)
J
6 Beautiful Pieces Pure Silver Plated Rich
Lustrous SILVERWARE That Beautify Your Table
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Picture your table set with rich, lustrous silverware. Picture serving
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DRAPERIES
ATTRACTIONS
THE AQUARIUM
:p sea specimens
From Kvers'.a :a Man]
NOVELTIES AND GIFTS
. YOUR FRIENDS
Aboard the Famous Blockade Rur.r.er
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V iltori wel >me, r.o -barge.
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HEALTH PROBLEMS
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toothing a
PLASTERING, stucco and general re-1
pairs. Patcning a specialty; SSti. I
mates. Phone 4-3853.
OPTOMETRISTS

BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone T-3536. Kth and :r.d Ave. N.
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GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc,
Eye Specialist, 9t3 Lincoln P.o.id, Ph.
Miami Beaoh. o o
ORNAMENTAL IRON
RUQ CLEANING
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orlentals Our Specialty
60 N. E. 39th StreetTe|. 2.771-
SCHOOLS
DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBERS
Pl'LLEN
METAL CRAFTSMEN. ORNAMENT-
AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
:.-" N K. 7-ih St.________Ph'.ne T-ir.3.'.
PAINTING-DECORATING
FLOOR FINISHING
INTERIOR DECORATING
Ph. L. S. Townsend 2-6803
1S-66 S. W. Third Street
LICENSEDINSUREDRELIABLE
Painting. Decorating. Waterproofing
ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOOL
OUTDOOR classes, accredited teach
ere. sports and cultural program-
handicrafts; meals, transpoi i| .
registered nurse; boarding or da*
students. Th. 3-2027 5
4011 COLLINS AVEMIAMI 8EACH
THE %.T". ,fM^?fc 713 Collins.
Ave. Ph. o-li79; individual Instruc'
tion; open air classes: home I, .
used; Certified teachers; afternoon -
tivitus; Bus service.
SANDING ar.d Refinlthtng Floors
Waxing ar.d S I 11
Better FlcorjBetter Service
: ments If dea -ed.
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PAYNE BROS. 4-3 N E BYth ST
ANNE WRIGLEY
rXTERU RS A tl lias Member:
Amei Institute of Dec- retore
It New Y rk
Beach Fui. :-:: W. flat Street.
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FLORISTS
AWNINGS
WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND
PARTIESCanopies. Tents, Tables,
rhalrs. I"mbre]las rented in all occa-
sions. LET US estimate your awning
requirements. Highest quality mater,
lals. expert workmanship, wide range
of designs and colors. Biscayne Tent
Awnmg Co.. Main office 245 S. W.
eth St. Phone 3-624S. Beach 441 W.
:-. street. Phone 5-3*19.
AWNINGS "that fit and satisfy"
Canopies Tarpaulins Venetian
B'.inds Folding Chairs for rent. Es-
tablished ll-'.4Thomas Awclng Co..
3645N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2ot0.
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Igl. Phor.e 8-635J
:---". Bead PI -: ': ""
Lincoln Road Off :" S. W. lTth
av- nue Phone --" F nest Ass
- t Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami.
FLOWERS F'".R AI-L OCCASIONS
WIRED ANTWHERE
BUILDERS
'Let's Build a Home"
CONSULT me if that is your "WISH"
I will make it a "REALITY." Plan-
aing. financing, building, that's my
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JESSE E. MARCOUX
: S W. 1st St. I'h. 4-142S
BUSINESS COLLEGES
.....;.phlc secretarial
anting courses. Member
Natloi il \ il Accredited Cora-
- "i-ils.
MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE
Phone 8-3801 111 S. Miami Ave.
FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS
UNIVERSITY. Nationally accredited.
il Finest equipped school
in South. Southern Business University
entire 15th floor. Security Bldg. Ph.
2-232".
CEMETERY SERVICE
> and Bronia mark.
emetery work of
in. ISS1 N. W. l"th Ave.
RXLL Ph. 2-15?i5.
CHIROPODISTS
FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
BLOOMING Geraniums. bougalnTil'.ea.
Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotoca.
one. Many not listed. 10c up.
Bern grade top soil 65c yd. Hammock
soil $1.2". yd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
Osborne Nursery. 29M> N. W. 57 th St.
LANDSCAPING SOILS
l PULVERIZED Soil II M per yard;
Y. \- I Cow Manure:
3 bags for 81 .-.ny where In
-e or Miami
Phor.e .4?.>4. Ac-:.: w.:; i..'.'.
LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. S ils and Sod. Fruit Trees
- ar.d Shr.:br.erv. FertUlsel foi
Flower Beds. Screened So:'.s for lawn
dressing.
MELROSE NURSERY a. SOILS CO.
1741 N. W. 27:h Ave. Phones 3-S611
a::
"PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS"
Furniture sprayed at your home Dries
while you wait, ready to use. Watch
for this uniaue Dalnt shot). DpLuxp
Furniture Refinishine ShoD. 243 S.
W. 6th St.Phone 3-2440.
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BOARDING Rathing. Groom
Dlucktng. Modern Boarding Ken.
nels. Dr. Major Schofleld. 211 N. E.
10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence
I'huni- 4-1S52. __________
LOANS
FRUITS
TP.EE-R1PENEP
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
I > :-* <-t from OroYf-s <">f
JAMES R. COOPER
At Reasonable Prices
EXPRESS SHIPMENTS
Full Box (1 35 Bu.) ......83.85
Half Box-----........-----........ 81-95
I, Fin. 861 N. W. ?,6th Street
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
on
DIAMONDS
AutomobilesListed Stocks
BondsPersonal Loans
LOANS NOT LIMITED TO 8309
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521
The Bank for the Individual
MATTRESS RENOVATING
RELIABLE MATTRESS CO.
We Sterilize, Renovate and Upholster.
Reliable work is cheaper and better.
Ph. 2--.6S3. 1-day service. 515 S. W.
17th Ave.
FURNITURE REPAIRING
FURNITURE repairing and refin
ishine. Do not take chances with
ferior craftsmen. Onlv the finest of
work done. For a real lob call
4-1501. Estimates given free.
Viseon Co.. Inc.. J.775 S. \V. 8th St
TROPICAL MATTRESS CO.
UPHOL8TERINQ, Renovating, Cush-
ions. Pillows. Inner Spring, Box
Spring, Slip Covers, telephone 4-2214
1-day service. 2232 \V. Flagler
MISCELLANEOUS
PIANOS TUNED
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
Scientifically and correctly done
Complete stock of new and used pia-
nos at lowest prices. ROY H. CREAG-
ER PIANO CO. 1165 S. W. 6th St
Phone 3-1370.
PICTURE FRAMING
We Call for and Deliver Orders
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
Pictures FramedFramed Pictures
llass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street.
Phone 2-2462.
ICTUR
FRAMING
SERVICE STATIONS
BAKERS SERVICE STATION Re.
pairs on any make car. I'ri as
sonable. Special attention to all m iki
of water pumps and systems for your
home.Woco-Pep Tlolene OH H"i
S. W. 32nd Ave. Phone 4-5443.
SEPTIC TANKS
PRE-CAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS
Installations, Repairs, Drain I
Clean Outs. O'NEAL SEPTIC TANK
S?-"^SSBCia,l,t!;. T'- 3-3701-41 !-, s.
wol and Sunda>' ca,:-
SEWING MACHINES
ALL MAKES, repaired bv factory ex
pert. 81.50 up; parts 'for all ma-
chines. Used machines sold and rei -
ed Bozarths 8400 Biscayne Blvd -
Phone.-1415.
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
HOSPITAL BEDS-WHEEL CHAIRS
RENTAL 8ERVICE
au* OXYGEN TENTS
Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and
"*I.'.C,_H,eryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
25 N- E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1 i.W
SIGNS
ViV
EXPERT WORK Price
very reasonable.LEAR1
* PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone
2-2034J. E. LEARY, _____________
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
FURNITURE SPECIALS
DP. MARY UNDINE GRIFFIN. 288
Hair. u Pb. "-4'-:i. Sundays
artd evenings I '-nent. In-
growlng lenly re-
CORSETS
FLORA'S CORSET SHOPMiami's
Oldest, row at "12 N. E. 2nd Ave.
A;r-t from Congress Bldg. Ph. 8-5814.
'LeCILE CORSETS AND SURGICAL
BELTS. Mad for the ir.dividuals
I ttlnga given before || com.
I leled to : '- figure con-
tra sr.d comfort Complete abdominal
uplift __
LUCILE STEPHENSON
r7 P'.s-.-.. i::.:z. pnor.<- :
NEW Steel cots with pads 85.75;
Day bed? with new mattresses 88.50;
Overstuffed fiber and cane back living
room suites 810.00 up; Dining and
breakfast suites cheap; all kinds of
new and reconditioned furniture
cheap. We rent new and used furni-
ture, bal.y beds, high and nursery
I ens, '.< .. at reasonable
prices. Electric fans, Ice boxes and
lamps very cheap.
Used Furniture Bought. Best prices
paid
BUENA VISTA FURN. EXCHANGE
3628 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3869.
HAVE a limited number of 12-record
amplified phonographs for sale; low
prices from $40 to 875 each; these are
coiii Instruments, but can be used In
private clubs, homes, etc. Also coin
phonographs for Barbecues. Bars and
Restaurants. We will give 50 records
with each phonograph purchased by
April 1st. Deals Automatic Music Co.
1600 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-6932.
CONVENTIONS. Weddings. Parties-
Commercial Photography In all its
branches. May wt serve you. night.
Sundays. Holidays phone 2-0008,
Postal Building, phone 2-7836.
GEORGE HAMPTON MACHETT
PLUMBING
Show CardsorfIce DoorsWind, a
^Plays-Gold Leaf Work. W- V, ..
gride In our work, a complete 9
Service _M. WOLFORD. Mgr 7OT-7
N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-2150
TRUCK LETTERING OUR
SPECIALTY
________JOHNSON SIGN CO.
SOLARIUM
Sun and Solar Turkiah Baths
o i m Hotel Roof
Special Treatments Nerve Bo
Mm
Reducing Treatments Colonic
Irrigation
.ie -.*onal Management
MISS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST
Room 317 H.tel Seville. Coral
Phone 4-4045
18 and
i, ibli
STORAGE
EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Business Needs the Egry Sys-
tem. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
fi2~. N. W. 17th Street Phono 2-1174
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Used Equipment at Bacriflce prlres
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
826 N. Miami Avenue
MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS, for 15
years connected with (Mme. Mog-
habghab) la now dung expert altera-
tions and dressmaking In her own
home at reasonable prices. 805 S. W.
Ifth Ave. Phone 2.1010.
DETECTIVE BUREAU
"' VF1DENTIAL Investigators We
-r."-k your clerks, employees. All
irregularities. Extortion ar.d Black
Mai; plots eliminated. F::i '!- op-
vatlTes. Protect parties and Soelety
t .-'"10S.
Dictooraoh and Motion Picture Service
expendable Service Strict Privacy
Member Miami Chamber of Commerce
M. F.SMITH NATIONAL
DETECTIVE BUREAU
M Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203
Nigb's ar.d Holidays 4-1*1-7
DIABETIC HEALTH FOOD8
GENERAL REPAIRING
HOVE REPAIRSPlaatarlng. Paint-
ing, roofing, carpenter work. Esti-
mates free. JOE POHNL. 3640 S. W
<4th Street phone 4-1064.
GOAT MILK
Clean well flavored noat milk del.ve,-.-
Young Kia Goats for Sale during
PassoverPaachal Lamb
TROPICAL GOATERY
Bird and L'ldlam Road Phone 4-S1"'
DIABETIC BREAD THAT IS SAFE
Finest tasting, low In price, contains
1* than ten percent starch. Also full
line of diabeti
*s-t and largest
md New
Food Shop 12
Sur dines.
and health foodsFin-
">' .V.uth of Chicago
'afeteria and Health
S. E. 1st St.. opposite
DRESS MAKING
WE COPY IMPORTED GOWNS
D*ign Dresses to your satisfaction.
Let us solve your dressmaking prob-
lems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations
and repairs.
HELEN LEE SHOP
i 2767 S. W. 27-.h Ave. Phone 4-2744
STANLEYS Bargainsralnts an-
Screen wire, bronze or copper, 6.
and 6 l-2r ft ; gal v. 3 l-2c and 4c ft
Guaranteed house paint, 95c gal. Al
kinds bargains; household goods, gen
t^?'.har',ware Wo sell "em cheaper
Sff N. W. 62nd St.
MONUMENTS
M^J;BI'K r,r;,n' Office and Showroom 32*3 S W 'ih
Ft T-h _;(!> '
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Work
All Work 'iuaranteed
25 YEARS' ezpeilsnce; large and
small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th
St. Phone 3-3932.
BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. Gen. I
ei..l Plumbing Contracting. Guaran-
teed work. Repairs. No job too large,
none to small. Prompt Service. Our
work stands the test. 330 N. E. 108th
fain 7"1104' P' Box 7>8 uttu
C J. DULBS
. Plumblne and H.M'lnp
.h?1'ir""'i"i:- as Piping. Lawn
sprinkling systems. Repairing and
maintenance our specialty. Tel. 5-2688
PmvJ m!'""!";, Avf B'"-ayne Plaza
HlUg Miami Beach
RADIO REPAIRS
Pi icei
n *H*N-THE RADIO MAN
Best Ou:,lity WorkReasonable
SHAN DESJARDINS
1328 W. Flagler Street
Phon' ?121__________Open Eve_nisj.
OFFICE SERVICE
NEW OFFICE service for mimeo-
graphing, stencils, nubile steno-
graphy bookkeeping, addre-slng. no-
tary public; special rates for social
security reports and systems and for
Income tax paper* 211 Irrs!ne Ar-
ade. Phone 3-lS0.
OPTICIAN
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specializing In Eve Examinations
Fitting nnrl Renslrlnr of
GLASSES
141 N. E. First St. Phone -V>**
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
REFRIGERATORS
FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OH
CITY
SPECIALIZING In personal effects.
| Baggage room with free access.
|Bf, 50c month; trunk $1; 2, #150
month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month
'ud up; Furniture racks. S2.50 month
nd up; Private rooms. #5 month ami
"Pi Larger amounts f storage, lc
m. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13
X. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them np.
lmMHNG SIIAMI ,5 YEARS-We rs.
,o,J.d o'"1 5?nI* -ter heater.
Anarfm-S?8' .9"' Elotrlc. Gasoline.
fJ?.^. men!' ...?ot" and Restaurant
it ?1 1V ,f vou UM ItWe service
J "p ', ST.9VE EXCHANGE-
Phon,"^?8- MgT- ,722 W' "'"
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
^ J you anywhere in U. S. A.
tionded and Insured carrier*. Phene
r A,Sudda,h Movl
' 0 Office In all
ing and Si.H-ago
principal citi-s.
TREE MOVING
ATTENTION-Apartm.nt house own-
ers and managers, realtors banks
.7i!""D'.^ restaurants. Sund-
rlLlm kes, Refrl*etors Ranges-
$4?Mr"'d V".Jfactory "conditioned,
and servi;.^RtfrlBera,or8 guaranteed
*ruL .. d by our own factory re-
stjies. Pngidalres. Maynowers, Kel.
M"^=J-nl"rMl'' r"n. Eectr'c
K7 tl S "EFRIGERATOR CO.-
Miaml. P.ea8t """' St' Ph0ne 3"-
ROOFING
JOHN H. WHITFIELO
smT^Ls!h I5nd*cP'ng- Tree mov.
;ng specialist. Beat of references. Ill*
W. 7?th St. Phone 7-3727.________
V.
UPHOLSTERING
TS2KW. UPHOLSTERING 8HOP-
ceneral furniture upholstering; 1514
pk At". 8t near Tower Theatre;
BlJ-f-i specializing Slip Covers.
Kepnirlng. Cushions; S-plece wicker
set repainted 17 no
WINDOW CLEANING
-34 VAw"^AY. "OOZING CO.
Large or m&Vfr,*ftSJa i window
OMPLBTB window cleaning, janitor
"Tvice end floor waring" always
ne beat work by reliable bonded work
men^ Miami Beach exclusive. Boston's
Cleaners, Ph. 2-1081.


VRIPAY, APRIL 15, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTEEN
PASSOVER
IN LEGEND
(Continued from Pago Nine)
licaiion, will do for Jewish Law. It
i. natural that the Legends should
appear in English, while the Com-
mentary on the more difficult aspect
of Judaism, its halakah, should be in
11, brew. And the Jewish Publication
Society has placed the world of schol-
arship in its debt by bringing out
,liiv great work, The Legends of the
Jew. i *
A one turns from admiration of
il.i work as a whole to closer scrutiny
and study of each part, one comes to
respect more and more the arrange-
ment of material. The manner in
which Professor Ginzbcrg presents
this material and preserves its spirit
r,v. ;ils him as a master of the narra-
iiv, style, just as the undertaking it-
nit bears witness to his unquestioned
BtStlll of the foremost Jewish scholar
,,[ ,iur time. The whole mass of Jew*
Hi legend, scattered through the two
ralmndl and their kindred writings,
i:. brought together in chronological
order, according to subject material,
beginning with the creation of the
world and following through the Pat
riarcht, Moses, Joshua, down to Es
(her, the last of the great biblical
characters.
Following the example of a numbe
of other distinguished writers of folk
lore, Professor Ginzbcrg has chosen to
weave the legends into one another, so
that they form a continuous story,
eren though they come from different
source*. This involves no difficulty
for the student, who simply has to
turn to the notes where he is told
whinee cneh tale has come, but it
helps the casual reader by civing Mm
:i sense of continuity. The method
also a certain scientific validity
because doubtless the legends did in
a s.nse form an organic, although
somewhat inchoate, unit in the Rab-
binic mind.
The reader who is familiar with the
Bible will find special interest at-
taching to the reconstructions in Rab-
binic literature of the Biblical heroes.
/Enoch, for instance, although ho oc-
enpies only a few sentences in Genesis
is a subject of any number of inter-
esting legends in later works. Appar-
ently ancient readers, like those of
our own day, were fascinated by the
yerae statement In the Bible, "And
Enoch walked with God, and he was
not; for God took him." According
to legend, Abraham docs not wait un-
til he is seventy to hear the word of
God. but proclaims the unity of God
in his cradle. At the age of twenty
he begins to battle for his faith. His
antagonist is the great Niinr.nl. who
is barely mentioned in the Bible, and
Abraham becomes tue prototype of
the epic Sages themselves who ar
continually struggling to defend their
faith against imperial Rome. Jacob
is no longer the cunning trader of the
first verses dealing with him in Gen-
esis, but is a saintly child, the favor-
ite of his grandfather, Abraham. Esau,
the bluff, forthright peasant of the
Bible, becomes literally a villain in
Rabbinic literature.
But, like every reader of the Rab-
binic narrative, the Rabbis were par-
ticularly fascinated with the charac-
ter of Moses. They believed that at
was filled with a radiance "equal to
was filled with a radience "equal to
the splendor of the sun and the moon"
Before he was a day old, he begun to
walk and talk. No wonder that Am-
ram. his father, suw in the child the
future lender of his people and knew
that Moses could rely on divine guid-
ance to save him from the waters of
the Nile. When Moses was put into
the ark of bulrushes by his mother,
the angels themselves apppcared be-
fore God to pray for his safety, lu
order to bring the (laughter of Phar-
scorching
oah to the Nile, God sent
heat over the whole world.
Perhaps the most touching of all
the legends are those dealing with the
last daysof Moiei. Moses begs God
to permit him to enter Palestine and
see the Holy Land, but God is adam-
ant and refuses him permission. When
ItOSCS urges that he would like to go
to the Holy Land if not as u leader,
simply as a follower, that too is dee-
nied him. Finally be asks that at
least he might be buried in the land
to which he ii.nl heen leading his peo-
ple for forty years, but he is told that
that also cannot be. He thereupon
prays that God may appoint a suc-
cessor to him. He knows that his
children cannot undertake this task
and, painful as this knowledge is to
him, he willingly confers the dignity
on Joshua.
Not only arc the characters trans-
formed by the Rabbis, but the whole
history of the Exodus is given in new
terms. To the Rabbis ancient Egypt
was the prototype of contemporary
Rome in the struggle ot Moses to free
the Jews from Egyptian bondage, they
discovered a similarity to their own
efforts to re-establish a Jewish com-
monwealth. When Pharoah under-
takes to pursue the Jews who have
fled from the country, he takes with
him. the Rabbis say, an army very
similar to that of the Romans. In-
deed they maintain that the Romans
learned the art of military organiza-
tion from the Egyptians. The sol-
diers are unwilling to make the march
but Pharoah offers them booty and
plunder of the Jews.
The Rabbis even maintain that Is-
rael at the Red Sea was divided into
the same four groups in which all the
Jews of their own time were divided
in respect tO Rome. There were those
who urged unconditional surrender;
there were those who urged battle;
there were those who counseled faith
in God and resort to prayer.
The song of Moses and the Children'
of Israel us they crosed the Red Sea
became the occasion of u whole series
of homilies and legends which in their
own my echo the poetry of the great
biblical hymn itself.
All this material from the recondite
works of the Midrash and Talmud are
brought to us in a masterly style and
in sympathetic form by Professor
Louis Ginsberg. The issuance of this
book on tl.....ve of PaSSOTer will lend
greater significance to this year's eel
ebration of the festival and give new
encouragement and faith when world
events make us feel the need of both
so much, i
GREETINGS .
ON PASSOVER .
Caulking. Waterproofing. Inter-
ior and Exterior Tainting
A. PETRI
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
1632 Pennsylvania Avenue
PHONE 5-4541
MIAMI BEACH
TASSOVER
GREETINGS
llllllllllllllltlllHIIIIHIIIIMIIIIMHIIIIMII I
HENRY R.
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*~%FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE FEATURETTES +——— WMimfmtn^i.m THE WORLD'S II -By LUDWIG LEWISOHN ^ !" r:!STRICTLY GDWFIDEMTIAL clal btauinf of the civilised world. Those who an now our pnblic advcrA breach has at last been made In i fiery wall of hatred thai hai rear .,:,,,• year flamed up more fiercely i aarles were not to then. All that was the Jewiafa people. Or, to put, lacking was a people, a Jewish people, to take advantage of the world's ii another and perhaps a better way, :1 breach has at last bean made in the massive and terrifying Indifference with which the suffering! of the JewOple anregarded by a supposedly civilised world. The call to the free peoples of the World issued by P ulent Roosevelt through Secretary Hull that their doors be opened to the victims of religious ami political persecution, may well inaugurate a 1 1 w era—as new an era as was opened by the Balfour Declaration—provided there is a Jewish people in the world with a Jewish will and provided that that people will stand this ti -t as it has not hitherto stood the test created for it by Kulfutir. The aualogy is perfectly plain. There was the Balfour Declaration. There was the mandate which at that e Britain intended reasonably to carry out and abide by. There was no Arab problem. There was upon i!nplan of the re-settlement of Palestine by the Jewish people the offioffer. Immense tracts of land could have been bought. There were no ade quate funds. A populous Yisliuv could have been established. There was the opportunity. There was the need. There were the political and economic Opportunities. And the vast majority of the world's Jews hung back and split hairs. A second opportunity is at handoffered again by one of those two Etaglish-speaklng peoples who alone of all the people of the world preserve a tradition of humanity, preserve a conscience not utterly hardened, not hopeless brutalized, those peoples, ami especially now the American i pie. upon whom is teen to depend the future of civilization. And the literally tremendous question arises: what will the Jewish people, in so far as there exists a Jewish people, do with that opportunity. It is, of course, an old story, and it (Continued on Page Twelve) PASSOVER IN LEGEND HOMILIES OK THE MONK* SAGA By DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN How important Ihe great Rabbis helloed the story of the Exodus of Israel from Egypt to be is indicated by thr fact that the half of the seven volumes of Prof. Louis Ginsberg's monumental work "The legends of the Jews" is devoted to the history of the Jews in Egypt and in the Wilderness. Dr. Finhelstein provost of the Jewish Theological -' minary, tells us something of the Paaaorer legends in Dr. Ginzberg's work, the index volume of which lias just been published. —THE EDITOR. The celebration of Passover has to-' for future students. day a deeper and more universal meaning than it eould possibly have had for many generations. For a %  imber of years we have been witnessing a slow but continual resurgence of autocracy in the world. Passover comes to remind us that the ideal of freedom, born 3500 years ago, lies st the very root of our faith and that we must never yield it. With special reference to our own problems, the festival of Passover brings us new encouragement, for our thoughts turn again to the contrast between the great misery out of which Israel was born and its rise to spiritual eminence in the world. For real encouragement, however, we must go not only to the simple, direct stories of the ltible, but to the Rabbinic elaborations of them. The extent of the Hahbis's deep interest in this epic story may be measured by the merest glance at The Legends of the Jews by Professor Louis Ginzberg of Hie Jewish Theological Seminary of America. This book has just been completed with the issuance of the Seventh, the index volume. Not less than half of the whole work is devoted to the history of the Jews in Egypt and the Wilderness. When one considers that this period, even at the largest estimate, covered only 400 rears out of the" several thousands which arc recorded in the history of the Bible, the proportion ia amazing ; fl nd it can only mean that the Rabbis like ourselves, dwelt on the sojourn of Israel in Egypt and the Exodus, not only because of historical interest, but bersuse of the need and encour•geaMat in their own tasks. The seven volumes of Dr. Ginzberg's work are a monumental contribution to Jewish scholarship. They are the most ambitious work of research in the Talmud that has been undertaken in the English language. The first four volumes consisting of the legends themselves, combine vast erudition with popular presentation, and have doubtless already been read by thousands. However to the scholar, far more important to the scholtroductory volumes, which contain almost every legend about biblical characters recorded in Rabbinic and allied literature, are the fifth and wxtll volumes which present Professor Ginzberg's notes and comments on these legends. It is almost impossible to give to the layman a full appreciation cither of the magnitude of the task undertaken by Professor Qinsberg in compiling these notes, or of their value The late Doctor Bcnzion Halpern. who as secretary of the Jewish Publication Society, read these notes in manuscript many years ago, once remarked that writing them would have taken an ordinary scholar two lifetimes. This fact, hitherto recognized only by specialist) in the field, now becomes obvious to everyone from a perusal of the index volume of The Legends of the Jews. One turns, for instance, to the word ] angel, and finds that the index of references on the subject covers eight pages, that references to Moses occupy nine pages, and that six pages are devoted to references to Israel. But even more significant than these obvious statistics is a study of the notes themselves. Literally hundreds of volumes have been consulted in their preparation. They include every Rabbinic work, the vast Cabalastic literature, and the whole Hellenistic literature, as well as that of the Church Fathers. No one but Professor Ginsberg could have undertaken so tremendous a project. When.we consider that the Greek Patristic literature covers 161 volumes, and that all this had to be sifted in preparation for this work, we realize the enormity of the task which Professor Ginzberg perBut it is not only In the extensive erudition that this work Is uniquo. On almost every page of the two volumes of notes the scholar finds some stimulating suggestion with ref"rd to the tests used in them. The Legends of the Jews does for Rabbinic literature what Professor Ginzberg's Commentary on the Palestinian Talmud which, as has been announced, he is now preparing for pub(Continued on Page Fifteen) PASSOVER P By AMI f The Passover menu is no longer just matzo. meal, fish and herbs, You carl gel everything from soup to mils kosher for Pesach. In Ibis informative article Miss SeJstSl shows how the supplying of matzo and related Passover foods has he come a highly Specialises 1 industry. —THE EDITOR. Just envisage, if you will, the para dox of sizzling cocktail "franks" o slim two inch wide egg matzo wafers. served with cocktails concocted of rare vintage from the corners of the eart —all, mind you. bearing the Rabbis'' seal .if Kashruth. and you will be SB> ting the stage for a panorama of tie tremendous Industry which has bee created out of the dash into the de;. ert with its first unleavened brca baked by the scotching rays of th desert sun. If Passover brings lo mind—abstinence, "the bread of affliction" an bitter herbs to commemorate the sor row and bitterness of the Israelite in slavery, cast out that vision, for to the newer generations, Passove means many new and rare delicacie | to replace the mere "chometz" r leaven of daily life—the while thee 1 is born new hope of routing the ne.v Pharoabs and Unmans of our ow day. L Tidbits From Everywhere REMOVAL FROM VIENNA Who was the famous leader 01 British Jewry who was received III the German embassy in LondoL am: who will soon receive permission lo go to Vienna to organise thevacuation of Austrian Jews prior to the launching of a greal relief campaign in Britain. Hundreds of Jewish young men from Germany and Austria are joining the French Foreign Legion as a desperate way out of their dilemma. Mexican Jews are railing a fund of 100,000 pesos to help lb; government pay for the expropriated American and British oil nell*. NOW that Prince Franz of the Duchy of Liechtenstein lias been forced to abdicate by bis Nazi subject* It ought to he recalled that his Jewish consort, Princess Elsa. daughter of the Austrian hanker Max von QuttUUllin, was the Mrs. Simpson of some jonri ago. But she refused to let Franz renounce his rights for her I nstead they were married secretly and met clandestinely all over Kurope until the Prince became ruler Then he married her again publicly. LONDON ECHOES TiMid that Sir Arthur Wauchope former High Commissioner of Palestine, left iflOO.000 of bis own money iii the Homeland In gifts and donation! to various institutions Wauchope is heavily interested in the famous Haig and Haig whiskey distillery. The British secret service iquietly looking into reports thai the Nazi propaganda ministry lias sent a number of highly trained German girls to London where they obtained Jobs as domestics in the homes of important government officials on who ml hey arc instructed to spy Ml hough the new llritisli Commission to Palestine is still in London, it is already predicted that its report will be ready in time for Chanukab. Edmund de Rothschild, 22-year-old son of Lionel de Rothschild and heir to the directorship of the London Rithschild hank, is on a world tour to become acquainted with the family's interests. HOME NEWS Fritz Kulin. of the tlermnn-Amcri(Ton tinned on Page Sixteen) AND IT CAME TO PASS The bread of affliction—that which was baked in haste becomes a rar delicacy—biscuits browned and crisp with n nut-like flavor—while religion restrictions are more than ever seru puloualy observed in their production. They are baked on fast moving con veyor belts which make a complet passage through block-long oven in about three minutes, to the accom pauiment of symphonies in steel an I humming electrical contrivances in the most modern manner. To get a clear picture of the wide ramifications of industries employing many thousands of persons throughout the year to cater to this one week in Passover, let as begin with the "bread of affliction." There are three large matzo producers in New York': metropolitan district, the center of American Jewry, one large bakery In Cincinnati anil other smaller bakers scattered throughout the country in Chicago, Philadelphia and other larg cities. By DIANA KLOTTS Passover—yesterday and today. The table has not been changed: from generation to gneratkin foods and procedure remain very much Ihe same; only in the hearts of those gathered about to recount Ihe tale of wonder, there is a stir that is new—an unrest that Is unexampled*—a fear that Is appeased only by the soothing words. Ihe joyous songs, familiar passages of the Passover festival. In tills little holiday sketch. Seven Arts' Women's Editor creates the mood of Passover. —THE EDITOR It had been a day of great excitement. The house was epic and span, with a cleanliness that radiated as one entered each room. Chainetz had been swept from corners and closets, and every bidden crevice inspected s i that nowhere might be found one tiny spec of leaven. The table, opened lo its full length, stood as a glistening spectacle of beauty with its sparkling glass—and silverware. Three times the mistress of the house had stopped for just one final glance to see that ',I all was set aright: that at each plate there stood in readiness a wineglass; SEDER IN SOLOMON'S TEMPLE Not only the matzo industry, which now represents millions in invested capital and more millions in aunua! production, but almost every conceivable purveyor of food and related supplies trains his guns at this great Jewish market. American Jewish housewives can secure their favorite brand of coffee sugar, salt, spices at Passover, pro dueed by the large non-Jewish con ccrns, although such famous brands in the kosher field as Rokeach. Manischewitz and Horowitz-Ma rgareten are equipped to supply this great demand for auxiliary Passover foods. Large department stores in the great urban centers hnve large sections set aside, spic and span and de void of contamination by chometz, which have a variety of foods to delight the heart of the most fastidious Passover epicure. In addition to the delightful assort ment of matzos, the Jewish hostess. who doesn't choose to forego her entertaining at Passover, may choosi from the following: Knockwurst, mid, day when the Lorn rejoiced in get salami, smoked ox tongues, bolog w • • • J .. _. ancient Temple. How excited na. and other such prepared foods. I domestic and imported. Palestine .Continued on Page Eleven) By FRANZ WERFEL In this brilliant descripliono f the Seder in the ancient Temple in Jerusalem at which King Joshua, descendant of David, presided. Franz Werfel. the world-famous Jewish novelist gives us a never-Io-be-for gotten picture of the age-less ceremony. This article is an extract from Mr. Werfel's new novel "Hearken I'nlo Ihe Voice," and Is presented by special arrangement between Mr. Werfel's pnblishers. The Viking Press, and the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. —THE EDITOR. This day was a day of honour, a His his mother had been! She hod herself come to awaken him. And her pride I was well founded. Of all the families of the priesthood which dwelt in ihe that at the head of the board the Seder platter bearing the "Middle matzos,'' bitter herbs, roasted shank bone and an egg, was covered with the elaborately embroidered cloth preserved for just that purpose; that nearby stood the dish of cheroseth. ... As she was standing there, someone had called in to say that still another gneet would come if he could be accommodated. And she had proceeded quickly to adjust the settings closer to each other she was filled with a deep nostalgia'as she remembered the voice of her father when as a child she watched with rigid fascination the tall stately man In regal robes who rose from his seat at tho table, Seder platter elevated in his hands, and spoke quietly, deliberately: "Kilo lechcni oni —this is the bread of affliction which our ancestors ate in Egypt Let all thoso who are hungry enter and eat thereof; and all who arc in distress como and celebrate the Passover. Now as she sat in queenly comfort at the head of the luiard beside her husband serenely cnscoiiscd in his high-baCked, cushioned chair, fche was suddenly possessed with the thought of places elsewhere in the world where fear and oppression filled Ihe hearts of men. where women gathered to their bosoms children born in'.o (Continued on Page Twelve) Country roundabout hut did not serve in the Temple, he, Jeremiah, was tho only youngest son who had been chosen for special distinction. His ln-her's family, however, was one of the oldest in Judah and Benjamin, reaching back to the holy epoch as far as Abiathar. the exile, as far as Eli. the Priest of Shiloh. as far back as Hoses and Aaron themselves. Jeremiah had today been selected to fill a p •• of honour at the evening Passover sacrifice or perhaps to serve at the Kings table. The young man's heart Ixat loudly, for it was filled with a great joy of anticipation. With his whole soul he loved the sacred festivals ani ceremonial, when the fires glowed, the lamps shone, the harps, trumpet.--, and drums exulted, and the people came together with rejoicing as they united in the Covenant of the Lord. XXX The feast had begun. Rows of serving I.evites and priests of the lowest order were hurrying along the tables with dishes and pitchers. With the most minute attention to detail and observance of the laws the banquet had been prepared by the priests (Continued on Page Sixteen)


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r I PAGE SIXTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 •' SEDER IN SOLOMON'S TEMPLE It onllnm-il from l'arv Nforl their v.-irloii-s :\iti.-. rred tl ti i,-t i', I i'. iwivu tho i.'.'ih .'( hia brown playmate, the dancing Bbed.ineleeh Joaiah'a own tray of rating wu very hasty. Parhapa be knew >>f the !<'. %  riani tradition hi.!i reconitcrnd. < tllMt f.N'.l Oil tl lil \ rataa quickly. Por i bad devoured their food bnr before tha) -it i",:t nudar the • I i ; i i. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL 1 %  Rod Baa Kin*- %  ^ uii'.i th* Food Intended for tl front tha portion of th* 1 •. ared to II aei i ..la \ •orvai %  thin In th %iw henaire %  -. lai an of r • which linb • • a I hicentre .-i -S i must ba 11.i gotten Rron th | th • %  • %  ••*. apices I a of tl %  i accepted i i ami -. ih .| ami good %  •• • i n what araa forhlti iII s r lh| of nwtvh .. over this • : %  I • I i 1 S wa \ > • : k f K. r a* hj ti ... mi %  < old •n, it.wu nil *e of a cons t OCtll %  %  ;1 ervt u1 -1 f Ilarid wan JoeI with Oo i %  • .. ... |• ,. bad I .. %  with railed s • ban : i ((.iiiliniui] from Pago Nino) can Him.I. h.ns racairad a cable front jutanta to hurry borne from Borlin becaoae of nn Internal battle raging in tha Band. ... So nan; anti-Xaaii are mid to bnva filtered into tha Bond that tha real Bander* don't knoa whom to trust. la predicted whan Kulm Mow well torn to tee bin take a flop. Chip handa for tha two tali who %  pond their evenings, banding out nnti-Xnri literature In front of tha North River plera where the Oernan lini ra .look. They don't pay an] attention to the Inaulting cracka "f tl"1 Nati aeanan. ... Is Brneat Kotx, reputed Nail agent atill No, man D the NBC ahort-ware department? Beat misprint we're loen v tint wna tha one in a rt ,-,. cent icience newa diapatch: "Perfecit was "germs" that the luppoaad to refer to. item Wa ... Meanwhile leada are beI all in,mtuis are benan oatl i to. 8 *n't it. that Mine of the rraj of -, Japanfoe pi knoa n anti-Semitic agiti And "patriot"' and .'• bait. \\ of a "death ray that kills Germane but is harmless to human beings was announced" .... lea, Yankele, VOTE FOR D. STUART GILLIS CANDIDATE For JUSTICE OP SUPREME COURT Group One I N pon to the skies i North ( %  ** roaa %  atari *r i > .• e <•,;. : \ bead anathee aa > | .Nreared :.rWhat %  re "• a ].; thereaduag V lOCtCa %  %  ••'been srait the occol Shaphnn loading th Ring I gaa ;•.-. %  loa i keieg of Rgj i f X thai tl K That i arhatt t *-,-: I amnt r ia being -T % %  l.-r." >uth Joba from Japanaonrcee ... The Anglo B %  ol Detroit; whose theory B %  :. leacendanta of •: '.' bra of larael doean't pre' at from : '.itiganti-J< a -1 •-': %  Uiuartera to -Aw ana, HaTerhill. II -.... Modal Just...'. Father • : aper. recently featured an ar:, that I ..... .. learii -• I :.v. States. GerNaai aaapicaa hare a ea Loa Angelea rshBuff alc *:%  }. the ;: : \ On AeWph a lieaa in TorkriOe, Now x ... a. ia • %  beeoaai s • I HAVE PAINS IN MY MUSCI.FS AND PAINS IN MY MEAP, INSTEAD OF OUT SHOPPING I SHOULD BE IN BED I USED TO SUFFER THE SAME WAV UN-I TIL, I FOUND QUICK RELIEF IN AN ANTIPAIN PlLLl ANTI-PAIN PILLS BEYOND QOesTlOi RELIEVE BUT DONT CAUSE INDIGESTION V / -' &, /i LV-^a\ra t1 -.people oat .r heraa Rare •>< .Kvrrv>*:s and been i I aritb twjga af hjiaaopl \v > : araii -t fa* aa aaarwat Je" 1 • tcteaiaa ^r^,: paktat, rrr l!rYJ .: v %  ^The latter The v... %  • V the %  %  %  i K Ja cha ^ ... '' %  %  • i ,. %  K • aaw %  ., \ • %  r: u wr\ r isao\ KK DA\TDSON Jfc COMPANY CaahjeaahOr-Weaihanaaeai Air CaaafcMaai ng K< v> S \\\\W l -*. ^# iir T-i r-i.it ..ra. w MIAMI BbACH.FL-A ?=:?n J^JJ



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I PAGE FOURTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 K. 11 lis 1111 gi' CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY m THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY %  cot A tio .'.' % %  ih. ial -ti of fit an i< foi al< Fi in ih. •ti r K. VI an '• dii ACCORDION INSTRUCTION ACCORDIONS turn, tc cti'-e-i — : : %  • • %  I era I In my bar tor sale 15j :,:. : s ".v 7Ui Bt. DRAPERIES.DECORATING PARSONS DRAPERIES— New : Pbon< %  -.: -. Ample Frte Park -g E %  — .i Oovera — ste.-:.-.g — T-. % %  :•::,•.re HEALTH CLINIC PLASTERING ACCOUNTANTS CHARLES B. SELDEN, C. P. A. %  Mema* ir.tf. .-.r.g, Miami, DRAPERIES ATTRACTIONS THE AQUARIUM :p SEA SPECIMENS From • Kvers'.a | parrots Mid i Dower. lbs. 35c; c lums, U .-.nd goldfish, aquatic V iltori wel >me, r.o -barge. 13S8 W. Flakier St. Pho. t-httl. DR PIERCE "WILL SOLVE YOCB HEALTH PROBLEMS -. and I toothing a PLASTERING, stucco and general re-1 pairs. Patcning a specialty; SSti. I mates. Phone 4-3853. OPTOMETRISTS BETTER DRAPERIES Phone T-3536. Kth and :r.d Ave. N. %  DR. E STANLEY PIERCE • i MIST cms piu TOR i B : Our Ne LccatiOn '•'. :. %  A • ; N Bt GLASSES OF DISTINCTION By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc, Eye Specialist, 9t3 Lincoln P.o.id, Ph. Miami Beaoh. o o ORNAMENTAL IRON RUQ CLEANING HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired Moth Proofing Orlentals Our Specialty 60 N. E. 39th Street—Te|. 2.77 1SCHOOLS DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBERS Pl'LLEN METAL CRAFTSMEN. ORNAMENTAL IRON SCREEN DOORS :.-" N K. 7-ih St. Ph'.ne T-ir.3.'. PAINTING-DECORATING FLOOR FINISHING INTERIOR DECORATING Ph. L. S. Townsend 2-6803 1S-66 S. W. Third Street LICENSED—INSURED—RELIABLE Painting. Decorating. Waterproofing ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND GIRLS THE ONLY OCEANFRONT SCHOOL OUTDOOR classes, accredited teach ere. sports and cultural programhandicrafts; meals, transpoi • i| registered nurse; boarding or da* students. Th. 3-2027 5 4011 COLLINS AVE—MIAM I 8EACH THE %. T ". ,f£ M ^?fc 713 Collins. Ave. Ph. o-li79; individual Instruc' tion; open air classes: home I, used; Certified teachers; afternoon tivitus; Bus service. SANDING ar.d Refinlthtng Floors Waxing ar.d S I 1 1 Better Flcorj— Better Service : ments If dea -ed. -. | %  w -.f •PAYNE BROS. — 4-3 N E BYth ST ANNE WRIGLEY rXTERU RS — A tl lias — Member: Amei Institute of Decretore— It — New Y rk — Beach Fui. — :-:: W. flat Street. I FLORISTS AWNINGS WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND PARTIES—Canopies. Tents, Tables, rhalrs. I"mbre]las rented in all occasions. LET US estimate your awning requirements. Highest quality mater, lals. expert workmanship, wide range of designs and colors. Biscayne Tent £ Awnmg Co.. Main office 245 S. W. eth St. Phone 3-624S. Beach 441 W. :-•. street. Phone 5-3*19. AWNINGS "that fit and satisfy"— Canopies — Tarpaulins — Venetian B'.inds — Folding Chairs for rent. Established ll-'.4—Thomas Awclng Co..— 3645N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2ot0. EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Igl. Phor.e 8-635J— :-•--". Bead PI • -: •': — "" Lincoln Road Off • : %  S. W. lTth AVnue Phone --" —F nest Ass • t Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami. FLOWERS F'".R AI-L OCCASIONS WIRED ANTWHERE BUILDERS 'Let's Build a Home" CONSULT me if that is your "WISH" I will make it a "REALITY." Planaing. financing, building, that's my %  -JESSE E. MARCOUX : S W. 1st St. I'h. 4-142S BUSINESS COLLEGES ;.phlc secretarial anting courses. Member Natloi il \ il Accredited Cora"i-ils. MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 8-3801 111 S. Miami Ave. FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS UNIVERSITY. Nationally accredited. il Finest equipped school in South. Southern Business University entire 15th floor. Security Bldg. Ph. 2-232". • CEMETERY SERVICE • %  > and Bronia mark. emetery work of in. ISS1 N. W. l"th Ave. RXLL Ph. 2-15?i5. CHIROPODISTS FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY BLOOMING Geraniums. bougalnTil'.ea. Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotoca. •one. Many not listed. 10c up. Bern grade top soil 65c yd. Hammock soil $1.2". yd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871. Osborne Nursery. 29M> N. W. 57 th St. LANDSCAPING SOILS l PULVERIZED Soil II M per yard; Y. \I Cow Manure: 3 bags for 81 .-.ny where In -e or Miami Phor.e .4?.>4. Ac-:.: w.:; i..'.'. LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE. S ils and Sod. Fruit Trees ar.d Shr.:br.erv. FertUlsel foi Flower Beds. Screened So:'.s for lawn dressing. MELROSE NURSERY a. SOILS CO. 1741 N. W. 27:h Ave. Phones 3-S611— % %  a:: "PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS" Furniture sprayed at your home Dries while you wait, ready to use. Watch for this uniaue Dalnt shot). DPLUXP Furniture Refinishine ShoD. 243 S. W. 6th St.—Phone 3-2440. PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL BOARDING — Rathing. — Groom Dlucktng. Modern Boarding Ken. nels. Dr. Major Schofleld. 211 N. E. 10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence I'huni4-1S52. LOANS FRUITS TP.EE-R1PENEP INDIAN RIVER FRUIT I > :-* <-t from OroYf-s <">f JAMES R. COOPER At Reasonable Prices EXPRESS SHIPMENTS Full Box (1 3—5 Bu.) 8 3.85 Half Box 81-95 I, Fin. 861 N. W. ?,6th Street CASH AT REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES on DIAMONDS Automobiles—Listed Stocks Bonds—Personal Loans LOANS NOT LIMITED TO 8309 MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521 The Bank for the Individual MATTRESS RENOVATING RELIABLE MATTRESS CO. We Sterilize, Renovate and Upholster. Reliable work is cheaper and better. Ph. 2--.6S3. 1-day service. 515 S. W. 17th Ave. FURNITURE REPAIRING FURNITURE repairing and refin ishine. Do not take chances with ferior craftsmen. Onlv the finest of work done. For a real lob call 4-1501. Estimates given free.— Viseon Co.. Inc.. J.775 S. \V. 8th St TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. UPHOL8TERINQ, Renovating, Cushions. Pillows. Inner Spring, Box Spring, Slip Covers, telephone 4-2214 1-day service. 2232 \V. Flagler MISCELLANEOUS PIANOS TUNED PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING— Scientifically and correctly done Complete stock of new and used pianos at lowest prices. ROY H. CREAGER PIANO CO. 1165 S. W. 6th St Phone 3-1370. PICTURE FRAMING We Call for and Deliver Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures— llass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street. Phone 2-2462. ICTUR FRAMING SERVICE STATIONS BAKERS SERVICE STATION Re. pairs on any make car. I'ri as • sonable. Special attention to all m iki %  of water pumps and systems for your home.—Woco-Pep — Tlolene OH H"i S. W. 32nd Ave. Phone 4-5443. SEPTIC TANKS PRE-CAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS Installations, Repairs, Drain I Clean Outs. O'NEAL SEPTIC TANK S?-"^SS BC i a,l,t !;. T'3-3701-41 !-, s. wol and Sunda >' ca,: SEWING MACHINES ALL MAKES, repaired bv factory ex pert. 81.50 up; parts 'for all machines. Used machines sold and rei •ed Bozarths 8400 Biscayne Blvd Phone.1415. SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES HOSPITAL BEDS-WHEEL CHAIRS RENTAL 8ERVICE AU* OXYGEN TENTS Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and "*I.'. C ,_ H ,er y—Perfectly Fitted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N E. 2nd Ave.—Phone 2-1 i.W SIGNS ViV EXPERT WORK — Price very reasonable.—LEAR1 PICTURE FRAMING SHOP 1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2034—J. E. LEARY, COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY FURNITURE SPECIALS DP. MARY UNDINE GRIFFIN. 288 Hair. u Pb. "-4'-:i. Sundays artd evenings I '-nent. Ingrowlng lenly reCORSETS FLORA'S CORSET SHOP—Miami's Oldest, row at "12 N. E. 2nd Ave. A;r- t from Congress Bldg. Ph. 8-5814. 'LeCILE CORSETS AND SURGICAL BELTS. Mad for the ir.dividuals I ttlnga given before || com. I leled to • : • 'figure contra sr.d comfort Complete abdominal uplift __ LUCILE STEPHENSON r7 P'.s-.-.. i::.: z pnor.<: NEW Steel cots with pads 85.75; Day bed? with new mattresses 88.50; Overstuffed fiber and cane back living room suites 810.00 up; Dining and breakfast suites cheap; all kinds of new and reconditioned furniture cheap. We rent new and used furniture, bal.y beds, high and nursery I ens, • '.< .. at reasonable prices. Electric fans, Ice boxes and lamps very cheap. Used Furniture Bought. Best prices paid BUENA VISTA FURN. EXCHANGE 3628 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3869. HAVE a limited number of 12-record amplified phonographs for sale; low prices from $40 to 875 each; these are coiii Instruments, but can be used In private clubs, homes, etc. Also coin phonographs for Barbecues. Bars and Restaurants. We will give 50 records with each phonograph purchased by April 1st. Deals Automatic Music Co. 1600 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-6932. CONVENTIONS. Weddings. PartiesCommercial Photography In all its branches. May wt serve you. night. Sundays. Holidays phone 2-0008, Postal Building, phone 2-7836. GEORGE HAMPTON MACHETT PLUMBING Show Cards—orfIce Doors—Wind, a ^Plays-Gold Leaf Work. WV, .. gride In our work, A complete 9 Service _M. WOLFORD. Mgr 7OT-7 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-2150 TRUCK LETTERING OUR SPECIALTY JOHNSON SIGN CO. SOLARIUM Sun and Solar Turkiah Baths o„ i m Hotel Roof Special Treatments Nerve Bo Mm Reducing Treatments— Colonic Irrigation .ie -.* onal Management MISS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST Room 317 H.tel Seville. Coral Phone 4-4045 •18 and i, ibli STORAGE EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Business Needs the Egry System. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls HENRY E. KOPPLOW fi2~. N. W. 17th Street Phono 2-1174 GENERAL EQUIPMENT SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Used Equipment at Bacriflce prlres GENERAL TRADING COMPANY 826 N. Miami Avenue MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS, for 15 years connected with (Mme. Moghabghab) la now dung expert alterations and dressmaking In her own home at reasonable prices. 805 S. W. Ifth Ave. Phone 2.1010. DETECTIVE BUREAU "' VF1DENTIAL Investigators— We -r."-k your clerks, employees. All irregularities. Extortion ar.d Black Mai; plots eliminated. F::i '!- opvatlTes. Protect parties and Soelety t .-'"10S. Dictooraoh and Motion Picture Service expendable Service — Strict Privacy Member Miami Chamber of Commerce M. F.SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU M Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203 Nigb's ar.d Holid ays 4-1*1-7 DIABETIC HEALTH FOOD8 GENERAL REPAIRING HOVE REPAIRS—Plaatarlng. Painting, roofing, carpenter work. Estimates free. JOE POHNL. 3640 S. W <4th Street phone 4-1064. GOAT MILK Clean well flavored noat milk del.ve,-.Young Kia Goats for Sale during Passover—Paachal Lamb TROPICAL GOATERY Bird and L'ldlam Road Phone 4-S1"' DIABETIC BREAD THAT IS SAFE Finest tasting, low In price, contains 1* than ten percent starch. Also full line of diabeti *s-t and largest md New Food Shop 12 Sur dines. and health foods—Fin"> %  .V.uth of Chicago •'afeteria and Health S. E. 1st St.. opposite DRESS MAKING WE COPY IMPORTED GOWNS D*ign Dresses to your satisfaction. Let us solve your dressmaking problems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations and repairs. HELEN LEE SHOP i 2767 S. W. 27-.h Ave. Phone 4-2744 STANLEYS Bargains—ralnts anScreen wire, bronze or copper, 6. and 6 l-2r ft ; gal v. 3 l-2c and 4c ft Guaranteed house paint, 95c gal. Al kinds bargains; household goods, gen t^?'. har ,w a r e Wo sell "em cheaper Sff N. W. 62nd St. MONUMENTS M ^J; BI K r,r;,n ' MIAMI MONUMENT CO. A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work 'iuaranteed 25 YEARS' ezpeilsnce; large and small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-3932. BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. Gen. I ei..l Plumbing Contracting. Guaranteed work. Repairs. No job too large, none to small. Prompt Service. Our work stands the test. 330 N. E. 108th fain 7 1104 P Box 7>8 uttu C J. DULBS Plumblne and H. M 'lnp .„H?1 i r ""' i i: as Piping. Lawn sprinkling systems. Repairing and maintenance our specialty. Tel. 5-2688 Pmv J M! '""!";, Av f B '"-ayne Plaza HlUg Miami Beach RADIO REPAIRS Pi icei n H *N-THE RADIO MAN Best Ou:,lity Work—Reasonable SHAN DESJARDINS 1328 W. Flagler Street Phon ?121 Open E ve_nisj. OFFICE SERVICE NEW OFFICE service for mimeographing, stencils, nubile stenography bookkeeping, addre-slng. notary public; special rates for social security reports and systems and for Income tax paper*— 211 Irrs!ne Ar•ade. Phone 3-lS0. OPTICIAN DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specializing In Eve Examinations Fitting nnrl Renslrlnr of GLASSES 141 N. E. First St. Phone -V>** COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERMS REFRIGERATORS FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OH CITY SPECIALIZING In personal effects. | Baggage room with free access. |Bf, 50c month; trunk $1; 2, #150 month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month %  ud up; Furniture racks. S2.50 month %  nd up; Private rooms. #5 month ami "Pi Larger amounts „f storage, lc m. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13 X. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we will pick them np. lmMH NG S IIAMI ,5 YEARS-We rs. ,o,J. d o'" 1 5? nI -ter heater. Anarfm-S? 8 .9"' Elotrlc. Gasoline. FJ?.^. m en !' ...? ot and Restaurant it ?1 1V ,f vou UM It—We service J "p ', ST .9VE EXCHANGEPhon,"^? 8 MgT ,722 W "'"• TRANSFER AND STORAGE „^ J you anywhere in U. S. A. tionded and Insured carrier*. Phene r A, Sudda,h Movl 0 Office In all ing and Si.H-ago principal citi-s. TREE MOVING ATTENTION-Apartm.nt house owners and managers, realtors banks .7 !" i!"" D '.^ restaurants. SundrlLl m kes Refrl *e !" tors Ranges$4?Mr"„' d V".J factory "conditioned, and servi;.^ R t frlBera,or8 guaranteed *ruL„ .. d by our own factory restjies. Pngidalres. Maynowers, Kel. M"^=Jnl rMl '' r "n. Eectr'c K7 tl S "EFRIGERATOR CO.Miaml. P. e a 8t """' St Ph0ne 3 !" "ROOFING JOHN H. WHITFIELO SMT^LS!H£ I 5 nd *cP'ngTree mov. ; ng specialist. Beat of references. Ill* W. 7?th St. Phone 7-3727. V. UPHOLSTERING T S2KW. UPHOLSTERING 8HOPceneral furniture upholstering; 1514 p k At". 8t • near Tower Theatre; BlJ-f -i specializing Slip Covers. Kepnirlng. Cushions; S-plece wicker set repainted 17 no WINDOW CLEANING -34 V A w"^ AY "OOZING CO. Large or m&Vfr,*ftSJa i window OMPLBTB window cleaning, janitor "•T vice end floor waring" always %  ne beat work by reliable bonded work men^ Miami Beach exclusive. Boston's Cleaners, Ph. 2-1081.



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VRIPAY, APRIL 15, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTEEN PASSOVER IN LEGEND (Continued from Pago Nine) licaiion, will do for Jewish Law. It i. natural that the Legends should appear in English, while the Commentary on the more difficult aspect of Judaism, its halakah, should be in 11, brew. And the Jewish Publication Society has placed the world of scholarship in its debt by bringing out ,liiv great work, The Legends of the Jew. i A one turns from admiration of il.i work as a whole to closer scrutiny and study of each part, one comes to respect more and more the arrangement of material. The manner in which Professor Ginzbcrg presents this material and preserves its spirit r v ;ils him as a master of the narraIIV, style, just as the undertaking itnit bears witness to his unquestioned BtStlll of the foremost Jewish scholar ,,[ ,iur time. The whole mass of Jew* Hi legend, scattered through the two ralmndl and their kindred writings, i:. brought together in chronological order, according to subject material, beginning with the creation of the world and following through the Pat riarcht, Moses, Joshua, down to Es (her, the last of the great biblical characters. Following the example of a numbe of other distinguished writers of folk lore, Professor Ginzbcrg has chosen to weave the legends into one another, so that they form a continuous story, eren though they come from different source*. This involves no difficulty for the student, who simply has to turn to the notes where he is told whinee cneh tale has come, but it helps the casual reader by civing Mm :i sense of continuity. The method also a certain scientific validity because doubtless the legends did in a s.nse form an organic, although somewhat inchoate, unit in the Rabbinic mind. The reader who is familiar with the Bible will find special interest attaching to the reconstructions in Rabbinic literature of the Biblical heroes. /Enoch, for instance, although ho ocenpies only a few sentences in Genesis is a subject of any number of interesting legends in later works. Apparently ancient readers, like those of our own day, were fascinated by the yerae statement In the Bible, "And Enoch walked with God, and he was not; for God took him." According to legend, Abraham docs not wait until he is seventy to hear the word of God. but proclaims the unity of God in his cradle. At the age of twenty he begins to battle for his faith. His antagonist is the great Niinr.nl. who is barely mentioned in the Bible, and Abraham becomes tue prototype of the epic Sages themselves who ar continually struggling to defend their faith against imperial Rome. Jacob is no longer the cunning trader of the first verses dealing with him in Genesis, but is a saintly child, the favorite of his grandfather, Abraham. Esau, the bluff, forthright peasant of the Bible, becomes literally a villain in Rabbinic literature. But, like every reader of the Rabbinic narrative, the Rabbis were particularly fascinated with the character of Moses. They believed that at was filled with a radiance "equal to was filled with a radience "equal to the splendor of the sun and the moon" Before he was a day old, he begun to walk and talk. No wonder that Amram. his father, suw in the child the future lender of his people and knew that Moses could rely on divine guidance to save him from the waters of the Nile. When Moses was put into the ark of bulrushes by his mother, the angels themselves apppcared before God to pray for his safety, lu order to bring the (laughter of Pharscorching oah to the Nile, God sent heat over the whole world. Perhaps the most touching of all the legends are those dealing with the last daysof Moiei. Moses begs God to permit him to enter Palestine and see the Holy Land, but God is adamant and refuses him permission. When I tO S C S urges that he would like to go to the Holy Land if not as u leader, simply as a follower, that too is deenied him. Finally be asks that at least he might be buried in the land to which he ii.nl heen leading his people for forty years, but he is told that that also cannot be. He thereupon prays that God may appoint a successor to him. He knows that his children cannot undertake this task and, painful as this knowledge is to him, he willingly confers the dignity on Joshua. Not only arc the characters transformed by the Rabbis, but the whole history of the Exodus is given in new terms. To the Rabbis ancient Egypt was the prototype of contemporary Rome in the struggle ot Moses to free the Jews from Egyptian bondage, they discovered a similarity to their own efforts to re-establish a Jewish commonwealth. When Pharoah undertakes to pursue the Jews who have fled from the country, he takes with him. the Rabbis say, an army very similar to that of the Romans. Indeed they maintain that the Romans learned the art of military organization from the Egyptians. The soldiers are unwilling to make the march but Pharoah offers them booty and plunder of the Jews. The Rabbis even maintain that Israel at the Red Sea was divided into the same four groups in which all the Jews of their own time were divided in respect tO Rome. There were those who urged unconditional surrender; there were those who urged battle; there were those who counseled faith in God and resort to prayer. The song of Moses and the Children' of Israel us they crosed the Red Sea became the occasion of u whole series of homilies and legends which in their own my echo the poetry of the great biblical hymn itself. All this material from the recondite works of the Midrash and Talmud are brought to us in a masterly style and in sympathetic form by Professor Louis Ginsberg. The issuance of this book on tl ve of PaSSOTer will lend greater significance to this year's eel ebration of the festival and give new encouragement and faith when world events make us feel the need of both so much, i GREETINGS ON PASSOVER Caulking. Waterproofing. Interior and Exterior Tainting A. PETRI PAINTER AND DECORATOR 1632 Pennsylvania Avenue PHONE 5-4541 MIAMI BEACH TASSOVER GREETINGS llllllllllllllltlllHIIIIHIIIIMIIIIMHIIIIMII I HENRY R. CHASE CHIEF AND ASSOCIATES MIAMI FIRE I DEPARTMENT urn minimum iniuiiiuiiiiiiiliiii > "" %  1 """"" Claus Daniclson and Associates of SEYBOLD BAKING CO. Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER "If Its Used in Building We Have It" F. H. A. LOAN SERVICE KAUTZMANN-VERNET LUMBER CO. Phone 2-8481—201 N. W. First Court. Phone 4-4343—South Miami TAKE A DELIGHTFUL 3 Hour Boat Trip on River and Bay. This Ad and $1.00 goofl for 2 persons on 10:00 a. m. trip only Dixie Show Boat Passover Greetings to Our Jewish Friends JOHN H. MANN and SON GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1040 N. W. 28th St. Phone 3-3514 MIAMI BEACH RITTER'S HOTEL LA FLORA HOTEL Collins Avenue at Thirteenth, Street MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS Sader Services Rendered by REVEREND ISIDOR BRAVERMAN ATTRACTIVE LOW RATES NOW AND FOR PASSOVER Northern Resorts: Ritter's Hotel, Lakewood, New Jersey Ritter's Ocean Royal Hotel. Bradley Beach, N. J. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED l*>S3*2 % asM %  <&&*. J^ V* t&&Z &~ -iiS J*a raid's IggS l > 'Msm ~\ m M feiOJ i H O N E £r 11H' .j^^Jewis/hIFIIeiriidlii&in 21S.W. 2nd Ave. Midmi. Printer/ and Publisher/ T~



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1 I K 11 Ih ID *1 %  0 A Ti. ih ia -t r-f fi ai %  to al r '. in ih •I ar K re ar PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 RADIO PROGRAM BULLETIN TEMPLE T8FA*T. of MIAMI RAB3 :COBM. K*PLS.PB. p*H A :.-.-'. D•—5--2K MIAMI BEACH ar or both <; t&4 Rabbi* ". T aaay consul: • %  '—*! .' l .-" •." %  ; •4 aerHo* i^i. r.*i;as oof Idenet). FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE SO EV GIVE NO PARTIES 13" N. E. •>*.St-eet Of :* P":-e :-~*5 HAM ::.vs 2.s "WAN Ui S E 3 t St— 2 -* MIAMI OI b* Is tk T —; '.* *T-T •I llMrit •.!: ;•*.-'::~ i T .t-s Uf^-i: I a j-. *i^ % %  *!• 'I JAGEVES-S — PAY NO V 5 TS— I GO TO TEMPLE lac** H. Ksplan acd Rbo ,_i-. i Zvitman trill arain b WIOD at 3:3 I tkM Baaafej i: Apd TB*S prafiaaai atad b %  I Aatortati :. I Graata \|ja:. are fast I "* n ?nit ':' %  %  *P*ak*rs wi:i hf I i • :%  La | H Victor 3 Praa irakia. wil %  -: ar I rocram. '• %  rill siak •ut on the prograaa c %  %  %  x>n la a re] %  ( ONGREGATIONAL SEDER %  %  "• %  • : : -".-: -at ti to be conducted by Di Jacob "HKaplan and BabM Cvlaa A Zwitatan. %  l*ri toy I A| rl : m. lac rragi K laa Hall T.-Beta -•I M morable • • bad by tbos wbo atti ** :' r :% %  >!• %  B KapUa ;-i Mra. Fran A Perteaaa. PASSOTEB CALENDAR ? Apt I .. %  ..: be -. ai i of PeaA %  ; -•---•• H K : -. .... %  A; ril -'--" R&SSOVBB riNGS RUSSEL PAIGE, orated ( liMMKIU I UL AM AM TRICK* DODGE AND PLYMOUTH PASSBNGB8 CAR* SALES AND SEBVICB 11." W %  PI tf -8 PHONE S-8M1 GB1 • • .: • AND I '--'%  I BAPP1 PASSOTEB Sears. Roebuck & Co. HAPPY PASSOI I %  BUTTON JEWELRY CO. ni r n rfior u> %  Whaler**" The 0I6V*4 Jewelry 8 In Miami I ABLXSHED U ft 152 KaM Flayer SaVM* PHONE 2 3*M It 8 :13 k. TV Dt Jacob H. Kapiaa. Friday i ratal %  i -I *" atori %  i •• : IV seraaaa will A / .•:. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Tampa Notes Hi -'• D. Isaaci I Ml Un Saadle aTaJfc laaacaom. of :. waa Bar Iftera Pridaj nirh it Templt B loph 8k baa, serric*! b Babbi A*lpB^rp-r. Mr. Isaacsons teacher wa HM* ol his grandfather Dr. ABryan, BetoabjamM wer (a the TU-.u rom after ser Friday and Saturday nighu. Mr. and Mr. Adolph Wall bavi moved from their former h-.me it Beacb park and are now occupying ai apartment at 2914 EstreUa, A tcfaadi r t 1 ne %  reekl TTi* arranged at a meeting o II S P. Club Thursday night a •:.. Y M II A. A beach party .] April 28 to May 1 at th ttage at Clearwate Mra. I. .Segal as ehaper bridge party wiil b May 3 at the Leisure B % %  • II S. I 1 Sabbath will be ob at Temple Bodopb Shoiom 0 afiai Lillian K"in an : Btooa were the merTir.i. Others who attended •: nortnc* Lota, Lil lian Haddad. Helen Haimorit, 'Rosalia Buchman. Evelyn Weber, Margie Sgall and Ruth Weber. c tfflean "f the Tampa Chapter oi the National Council of Jewub Jun •ran nominated at a meeting <,n U iay night at the Y. If. H. A., and will be elected at'the next meeting. Plans were made for the annual silvt-r tea to be held on Mother's Day rboae'preaant were: Mrs. J. A. Wain, preeddent "f the senior coun I: Miat Helen Aronovitz. prwi: of the junior council; and the Mi-. Charlotte Ifoaab Gladys Peters, Toby KaU. Henrietta Waterman, Delia B lenberc, Been Feiner. Hannah laaacaon. Rosalie Buchman, Ruth Shine, Evelyn Weber and Lillian R,. sin. A •...S-r.iay Bci %  t "M-: K .Jun Levy and Eauaa -z w-re eel • r-a: by Ge .-In ad _r =on:bl • the teaci ^ur 'Babbto ar. i I 8 1 B I • i before 1 g S 8 '. work 8 %  ; I "a the Tempb t 8:00 o'clock. VTi Eztead Baal Wi-hes for a HAPPY PASSOVER B. W. THACKER Addinr Machine* and Type writers S^Jd. Rented. Rebuilt. Exchanred. .\>k about onr Rental Purchase Contract PHONE 2-011123 N. E. Fir-t Street • : r A HAPPY PASSOVER W. G. LUNNEY j TILE CO. j Tile Work of Every De-cription PHONE 7-2-^44 61 N. E. Mth STREET MIAMI *IN( BBS WISHES T all I lor Jv .-^ Fri< for l VERY HAPPY PASSOVER O'NEILL & ORR Building Corp. 441 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH .n.ti> ii.....niii T% % %  M ik %  THAT G MOON KIST ICE CREAM i ] i,.. ... .BOTAL PALM MILK FXTFSTBEST WISHES I .a PPT PASSOTEB BOTAL PALM CBEAMBaTf : rporai PHONE %  • A HAPPY PASSOTEB H A M L Y N >L\TTRESS AND UPHOLSTERING CO. Studio Couches Mitlresse* Renovated UPHOLSTERING lSi'j North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-4M6 Get Your Delicious Dairy Products STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER from The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy Miami's Onlv Jewish Dairy 3820 N. W. 46th STREET PHONE 8-2211 Kashrus under the supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER AND RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF. Let l*s Supply You During Passover STRICTLY FRESH FISH STANDARD FISH CO. 1063 S.W. 8th Street Phone 2-.33G2 PASSOVER GREETINGS SOUTHERN DAIRIES Locally Produced Milk—Ice Cream Cottage Cheese Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream Phone 2-8431 Thrilling M USA I SLE Inte resting SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Alligator Wreatling Every Hour N. W. 25th Ave. and 16th St. IN THE TRADING POST Indian Dolls Baskets Moccasina Rugs Blankets Alligator Bags — Silver Work OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M-6 P. M. Something Interesting to See All the Time 25C Admieaion Includes Everything TO REALLY ENJOY PASSOVER Insist On Getting MONTORA nD55 in p KOSHER WINES Port, Tokay, Malaga, Muscatel, Sherry and Haut Sauterne Produced under the Supervision of Rabbi G. Katzman of San Francisco, Cal. and bottled under the supervision of 5 a !£i 4 brah ?I n A KeI,ner of Miami and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Miami Beach MANHATTAN BEER DISTRIBUTORS INCORPORATED 110 N.W. 4th St.—Miami. Fla. \VJu r p HOXES3-8931 Also handling a complete assortment TW T T IMPORTED PALESTINIAN CARMEL WINES in original packages from the Rishon Le Zion Caves



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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE wJemsti Meridian PUBLISHBD BVXRT FTIIDAT P. O. Box tTt PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phonee 2-1141; 2-1183 1. LOUIS SROCHET. Editor FRF.D K. 8MOCHET. CircuUtion Muacvr IIUIW u Hen 4 elui natter July 1910. at th Poat Offiea at Miami, rToriaa. un4*r tfaa Act of March I. 187*. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Rapraaantativa WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Rap r aata M tJTa ORLANDO PORIS 8. HELLER RapraaaBlatira TAMPA MRS. JAT MARKOWITZ Vapraaantatira SUBSCRIPTION f >i Months DM Taar AIM It H VOLUME 11—NUMBER 15 FRIDAY, APRIL 15,1938 THE FEAST OF LIBERATION. ... IS IT? Passover is with us again a nd gathering round the Sader table we rejoice in the Feast of Liberation t hat feast which marked the passage of a people from slavery to freedom f rom serfdom to manhood. Yet is Passover today really a true feast of liberation. The mere fact that we exercise certain rights and privileges mean nothing w hen it cannot be disputed that actually we are enslaved n ot by chains. ... not by prison doors or by actual taskmasters b ut held in durance vile by our own lack of self respect Where, oh where is that manhood, that self respect that marks the true beneficiary of a real freedom w here are our Jews who should be heard in true and upstanding fashion when their brethren are oppressed w hen anti-Semitic forays are made w here are they when called upon to speak out in unequivocal terms as Americans in opposition to un-American activities t hey hide under one excuse or -another. ... they tacitly acquiesce because, perhaps they have "been told, "you are different than the other Jews" where for instance, were the Jewish directors of the Miami Chamber of Commerce when that organization went out of its way to extend the hand of friendship to official representatives of the most despotic government on the face of the earth w e concede, of course, the right of the individual to do as he pleases, but certainly our moneys, the moneys raised by public institutions should not be expended to aid or comfort the enemies not alone of Jewry but of everything decent and honorable were these Jewish directors of the Chamber of Commerce, bnai chorin, free men a re they entitled to observe Passover as the feast of of liberation? And are those Jews of Florida who never have identified themselves with anything Jewish, who have never by act or deed shown themselves to be Jews in any sense of the word, are they entitled to celebrate Passover as the Feast of Liberation let us ponder l et us think BNAI B'RITH BRIEFS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits From Everywhere By K. ALBERT PALLOT Our treasurer, Ben Le Vino is reelly going I" town in collecting dues ami %  tearing new members. Mure member* like "Ben'' and we would have the most powerful lodge iu the good old U. S. A. During January. February and March Ben collected $184i. more money than was collected during all of 1937. TIDBITS I er bm the ability to concentrate on Life magazine %  rill derote an entire!a came. Emanoel Lacker, wn o issue to picturiaation of the plight of ian Interested spectator, told us .(.wish refugees. Beery Jewish thai he's perfecting a bridge theory organisation in town rashed to furwhich can make any dub a master. nlah photo*. Incidentally, the Is-1 Our favorite is young Pine* who im%  ne of Life In which it printed a ferae p r es s e s us si even inure .-table than from the Horal Weasel song a< well I Resb*v*ky as scenes of Nazism Created plenty ABOUT PEOPLE of ciciieim-nt. Did you know that I Angellcla Balahanoff. the Russian The ghost boning the ghost prophesies: that our own Ike I.evin will be the next Second Vice President of the Fifth District B'nni ll'rith and Elry Stone, there is a swell fellow, will be State Committeeman. Convention is being held at Orlando. May 29 and 30. We must have a banner attendance. Plan on this trip, brothers. Nathan Ailelman has finally accomplished what appeared to be impossible. The organization of n real A. Z. A. This is the Junior Order of B'nai B'ritfa and is definitely necessary in Miami. We must develop the younger boys Into good, honest, clearminded clean living citizens and the A. 7. A. accomplishes just that Great stuff, Nathan, we are really proud of you. Assisting Nathan was Dr. ITarold Hand and Milton Friedmnn. there is a Jewish anti-Communist society? .... The president is the | Her. S. Bvenaon. Max Relnhardt | is preparing to stage Pirandello's "Six | Characters in Search of an Author" for tinbenefit of Austrian refugees "f the theatrical profession. He has been swsmped with requests from Hollywood stars anxious to appear in the production. Did you know that New York's famous Hebrew Orphan Asylum grew out of a fund raised in the 1820a for the relief of an Indigent Jewish veteran of 761 • .. Tli.n'11 be no more meetings .if religion! Organisations in Chicago's public sihool buildings J ewib!] Catholic and Protestant bailers have %  greed to hold inch meetings elsewhere. The Subway Sun posters in Xctt fork's subwsys urge passengers bo visit Temple Bmanu-El and admire its beautiful Moorish architecture. The Federation of Polish Jews iii America says it hopes to be able soon to announce plans for reLee Bisenstein did so well at the hits social ting at the Plectwood Motel that he should he pressed into service once a month regularly, When you get the taps, stick to it. and my •dvl bar president is to keep I.oo busy. Our entertainment committee has been aces—keep it in high gear. Incidentally beside Leo there is Dr. Samuel Beckmnn. Marx Foinberg and Harry Zukernick. Jewess who was ones an intimate friend of Mussolini, is writing a book which reveals how she once saved the future Dine from suicide and starvation. Samuel Kayer. Nvyear-old Hollywoodite, gets big fees from movie stars who want to improve their acting. George Seldes is writing a book on the Freedom of the rreai. a subject on which he is a bit disillusioned sin..' %  new news magazine refused t" print various articles he had written winch attacked papers to whom the magasine'* publishers sell material. The Harold Goodmans nt Jersey City are proud but worried. Proud because their 11-year-old Bobby hasuch a wonderful voice that In 1 wa* cli "-in as soloist in a swanky Fifth Avenue church Worried because they aren't to sure what lucfa intimacy with Christian* ritual will do t,. the young Metropolitan aspirant. Warner Brotheis anasking Cloud Rain* to play Unload iu "My Country Firt," their viving the plan to erecl a llaym Salprojected Haym Salomon film ..m. HI statute ill New York C redit Sally Rothschild, Jewish baker i Whaddaya mean, soon'..... New I from Bremen, with a slick idea. York's Si. Regta Hotel is casting Rothschild, who is 46, trade dhia bakahoiit for a new. more attractive name ,. r y iu Germany for a bakery iu Pitt*for its new roof garden, originally burgh owned by a Nazi. The JEWRY URGED TO E New York (WNS)—Convocation of a temporary National Conference of the Jews of America under the joint auspices of the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress and the B'nni B'rith for the purpose of drafting a specific program of action to deal with the problems facing American Jewry is proposed in nn editorial in this week's ReconRtrurtionist, organ of the Society for the Advancement of Judnism. The Rcconstructionist. suggests that the three organizations voluntarily subordinate themselves to the authority of the proposed conference. It Is also suggested Hint into this conference (here be invited representatives of other national Jewish organ izations "such as the various Rabbinical Councils, Synagogue Federations. Social Service Councils, Jewish Labor Groups. Zionist and Yiddishist Associations." Admitting that such a conference would be self-consti;uted "and without a direct mnnd.it" from American Jewry," the editorial declares Hint "if the base of inception possess a measure of mor-it authority such as no agency existing at present could claim" and would, by its very existence, "inhibit Irresponsible utterancy by individual grout) <*' Pending the establishment of a permanent structure, the Reconstrurtiniist proposes that the conferenjo address itself to the following four-point program : 1. "Establishment of n centralized agency to resist the propaganda of anti-Semitism that threatens so seriously the welfare of the Jews of this country;" 2. "Establishment of some instrument to educate the American people to a proper understanding and evaluation of the Jewish group." 3. "Establishment of an agency to deal systematically with the problem of the economic maladjustment of the Jewish group and that of economic Student Union work—previously an undeveloped part of B'nai B'rith has really taken a tremendous impetus under the capable leadership of Dr. Charles Werblow assisted by Ike Levin. Thirty-seven students nt the I'niversity of Miami will be placed at Snders this Passover. A swell medico this Dr. Werblow and deesrves a grent deal of credit for his work. Leo Rtnller delivered .1 dandy address on unification of Jewry. He urged nil of us to fight communism. fascism and Nazism. Yes sir. so much happens nt B'nai B'rith meetings that it took our very callable secretary. Sid Segnll. 18 minutes to rend what transpired nt last month's meeting. To really know what is going on in Miami attend meetings of Sholem Lodge designated "The Viennese Roof If you didn't hear n famous Jewish Metropolitan Opera star iii the CI'A pre-1'assover broadcast, it's because tliiBtar promised to sing only on con dition that none of the speakers on the program would attack Hitler. The reason being that this star has some very close relatives living in Vienna. How many Zionists, by the way. know that a shekel is worth about two bits? .... CHECK The United States chess championships arc now being played in NewYork, with the erstwhile chess prodigj Samuel Keshevsky the favorite to retain his crown. Sammy doesn't smoke or keep score on Shubbos. Miss Karff. Palestine's lady champion (thOUgfa she hails from Boston,) is doing well in the women'* chain pionships. She's a baby-faced blonde, but has %  terrific wallop in her gambit. Treysman is a most brilliant, un-orthodox player, and a typical COff bouse chess hound. Charlie Jaffa, who was once a world's master, roams about with a sad expression on his face. He no longtrade made everybody happy, the Nazi now being iu Nazilund. and Solly with us. Conversion of the Arabs to Judaism is one solution to the Arab-Jewish dilenia In Palestine proposed by Leon Stiskin in a new book called "Judaism as a Religion." Helene Gran '< %  sch. 61-year-old president of the Austrian Women's League, is the daughter of a Jewess. Frail Qranitsch went to court a couple of months ago to prevent the publication of her authorized biography because the author Dr. Kurt Sonnenfield. mentioned her Jewish mother. Sounenfeld has since committed suicide. Reports of the nrrestof Mmc. Irene Uarnnd, founder and leader of the International movement against anti-Semitism are not true. Mine. Harand. who i ,i Catholic, is *afe In London. Vernon Pope, managing editor of Look, the picture sheet, is married to Betty Welt, daughter of Melviu Welt of the executive board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Pops I* not Jewish, but his frau is a niece of Rabbi Leo Franklin of Detroit. exclusion." 4. "Establishment of n unified agency on behalf of the persecuted Jews of Europe." The Rcconstructionist also urges that once the cpnference is constituted it speed the organization of the Ten's of each community "into democratic, nuthorntive units" deriving "their sanction from nil members of those communities" and thus empowering them alone to speak with justice in their behalf. "Once a large part of the Jewish communities of America have been so organized." the editorial says, "their representatives can constitute the permanent. National Conference of the Jews of America. So integration and centralization of Jewish effort shall have been attained. And the Jews o fthis country shall have created a proper instrument for dealing with their special problems! In the city of Warsaw 00 percent of the population made application for Passover relief, supplied by the Jewish community in the 'year 193r>. The figure gives an indication of the gradual pauperization of the Jews in Poland. FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY By BABBL MORDECA1 L. KILL Jewish law forbid* the use or profit from 'leaven which has been kept during the Passover*. Hence the custom still observed by numerous Jews to sell their leaven properly to a nonJew before the holiday and buy it back at I small price after the festival. The Babbit Insisted that the sale must be a valid one so that if the purchaser held the seller to his bargain, the Jew had no legal claim for the return of the property. XXX At the Seder table the participants sit in a leaning' position signifying that they are free men. This law did not apply to a Jewess unless she was a woman of extra-ordinary merit. this meeting. "Nowadays, however, "writes a 13th century authority, "all Jewesses are women of surpassing merit." XXX On Passover eve the children of the household played an important part in the ritual of retelling the tale of departure from Egypt. The children odus follows this pretty prelude. not only drank the four cups of wine together with the grown-ups but also asked numerous 'question* which the elders rejoiced to hear and tcinswor.. They were also encouraged to act. One custom was for the child to take a piece of Malzo. bind it in a cloth, put it on his shoulder and strut proudly about the room, in symbolic allusion to the escape from Egyptian bondage, XXX Another custom often carried out by the youngsters was for one of them to disappear during the ritual and then walk into the room at the exact moment when the djor wa* opened to symbolize the entrance of Elijah as the harbinger of the Messiah. XXX Quite an "elnliornte custom (which may date back to an early time) has been describld as follows: A boy dressed as a pilgrim with a staff in his hand, and a wallet containing mat so dough on his shoulders, enters and the master of the house inquires : "Whence BMn—t thou. O pilgrim?" "from Egypt." Art thou delivered from bondage?" "Yes, I am free." "Whither goost thou-" "To Jerusalem." "Nay. tarry with us to rend the recital of the Passover." The story of the Exnasjgg



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PACE SIX A THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN (SOCIETY rritADlTUINAI. SADER as PROVIDED The traditional Snder observances Hn unusually fine surroundings will Again be provided this year by the Family Jacobs Alainae Hotel nt Miami Bench. Cantor Koyhayn will •assist in the traditional ceremonies Doth Ruder nifhtl. Fine lioliilny cui%  Ina has been provided and reaervations may he made for the entire week if desired nt reasonable prices. • • HOTEL TO REMAIN OPEN TOR HOLIDAYS The Hitter nnd La Flora Hotels will remnin open for the Passover holidays and Cantor Isidor Brnvcrjnnn will conduct the Sadcr services at the Hitter Hotel where all guests of both hotels will dine. Holiday cu sine will be provided and reservations %  may be made for the Sader nights or for the entire Passover week at reasonable rates. • • CANTOR KELEMER AT VICTOR HOTEL Cantor Bcrole Kelemer. popular Miami Beach Cantor and shoehed will conduct the Sader services at the beautiful Victor Hotel under Louis Adler management tonight and tomorrow night. Reservationi may he made for the Sader nights or for the entire Passover week at very reasonable prices. Special holiday cuisine hns been provided in keeping with the feast. • • • IMPORTANT MEETING IS HELD An important meeting of the local iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiL PASSOVER GREETINGS 1 Compliments of COMBS FUNERAL SERVICE B'nai B'rith Lodge was held Tuesday night when plans for aidirjg the national and district'officers of B'nai B'rith in German and Austrian Refugee problems were discussed. Mr. Sam Blank, prominent communal worker was named chairman, J. Louis Shochet secretary and Messrs. Wm. Tanidash, Benjamin Hronston nnd R. R. Adler, all prominent business men nnd active communal workers, members of a committee to aid in this Important work. The officers of the Lodge were empowered to select delegate! to the District firand Lodge Convention nt Orlando the latter pnrt "f next month. The sum of one hundred dollars was voted to aid the Orlando Lodge in providing entertainment for visiting delegates. A siirring nppenl by Abe Aronowitz former City Solicitor was made Hirsch Merer, Manuel Randier, Isaac this area and the rnising of funds for this work by the Lodge nnd a committee was authorized. Nnmed to this committee, as members of the sub-committee on nnti-Pef ''lion work were Messrs. Abe Aronowitz, chairman; Baron de HiisHi Mefer, Manuel Bandler, Isaac T-evin nnd B. T. Wagner. This committee will work as part of the nntiDefamation committee. Reports on student union work at the University of Miami by Dr. Charles Werblow showed that twentysix Jewish students would be provided FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 with Passover Sader accommodations and that a series of meetings at the University would be held. Mr. Nathan Adelmnn reported on the organizations and installation of a local A. Z. A. chapter. Other activities of the Lodge were reported on audmucb commendation was given to the financial report presented by Mr. BenjLe Vine, treasurer of the Lodge. WEST PALM BEACH MIA All MIAMI BEACH I fnunniiiiiniiiiiiiiinniiiiitiiminiiiiiiiiiiiriiiniiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i //I,/HI lilt SPECAIL DEMAND Johnnie & Mack UNUSUAL OFFER REPEATED FOR ANOTHER MONTH Response to this ear painting offer last month brought more than we could accommodate. That none need be disappointed and by request, we repeat this special value for another month AUTO PAINTING $9.95 Complete job, including dressing top and striping. Guaranteed one year. THIS OFFER GOOD UNTIL APRIL 30th TOP WORK—BODY WORK UPHOLSTERING SEAT COVERS Johnnie & Mack 77 N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-2328 Last Sun.lay afternoon quite a large audience gathered to witness the laying of a cornerstone for the Joseph sdier Memorial Talmud Torah at the Beth El Synagogue. Joseph Lesser, prominent attorney and communal worker was master of ceremonies. The synagogue was beautifully decorated for the event with palms, flowers and flags. Inspiring addresses were made by Dr. Carl X. Herman nnd Rubbi Bernard M. Kaplan. Mr. nnd Mrs. Isacoviteh of Palm Beach nnd Xew York purchased the honors of laying the cornerstone. Following an appeal funds were raised to complete the structure. Taking pnrt in the musical program' were Mrs. "M. Bernstein of Xew York who was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Irving Steinberg. ad for the office by such prominent workers as Mrs. Mary Schrcbnick, pioneer Jewish citizen of West Palm Beach. Never hnving held public office he is not allied with any political factions. His platform contains many vote is now seeking re-election to the office. A son of the late B. I-'. Carter be is a native of West Palm Bench, attended local schools, Station University, Oglethorpe and Georgia Tech. He is an Elk, Odd Fellow, Junior sound and constructive measures Chamber of Commerce nnd member of Last Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moss were hosts at the Fun and Frolic Club for Miss Celia Pren, bride elect of Mr. Irving Kapner nt a shower. Games were played and refreshments were served. The bride-elect was recipient of many gifts. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kapner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tobias, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Auerbach, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goodmnrk. Adelainc Goldstein, Sam Greene, Mildred Aclerman. Maurice Moss, Henry Goldstein. Bob Pierce, Sylvia Feiga, Mildred Moss, Connie Lee, Estelle Davidson. Sam Kapner. Chnrles Kapner, Schuyier, Johnny Salzman, Ben Weiss and others. which if enacted into law will be of great aid to the entire district. He favored a liberal old age pension law among other measures. J. Louie Carter, clerk of the Criminal Court of Record, chosen to the office in 1934 by an unusually large the Young Democrats, and pledges to continue the splendid nnd efficient administration which he has given to the office since his election in 1084. He asks the support of the voters on his recor dof fair, unbiased and honest administration of the duties of this important office. • niiiMiiimiiiiimiimii iimiiiiiit t iiliiliiiiliiiiiiiu A benefit card party was held last Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Freeman, the proceeds going to the Talmud Torah now being erected. A delightful time was had with prizes being awarded for high scores and refreshments being served. The B'nai B'rith Auxiliary Executive Board met last Monday night nt the home of Mrs. Sam Qoldatein 10 make plans for the coming convention of the District. A general meeting of the membership will bo held next Monday night nt the home of Mrs. Harry Goodmnrk on Malverne Road. West Palm Beach Political Briefs : %  : :•: :•: :•; :•: oiTRAimms! CM ypuA, • LARGER DIVIDEND S ON YOUR SAVINGS ARE LIKE EXTRA INCOME DURING THE SEASON W E HAVE ALWAYS PAID 4% ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS .... IF YOU ARE NOT BEING PAID AS MUCH ON YOUR SAVINGS, BRING, YOUR ACCOUNT TO US. PHONE 3-2652 X MSUMD SAVINGS MCftTOAGI LOAW :•: DHDE FEDERAL snvmes nno Lonn assocmTion OF mmmi MM floor. Connrgu Wmji W9 N. E. Second five* J. M. LIPTON, President Herbert D. Beck, candidate for the Legislature in Group 2 hns practiced law in this nrea both in West l'nlin Bench and the Glades section (or eleven years. He is a director and a charter member of the Belle Glade | Rotary Club, co-founder nnd director and attorney of the Everglades Federal Savings and Loan Association, n director of the Everglades Memorial Hospital, la an Elk. Mason and attorney for the town of Belle Glade. Bfl is making his platform that of t.i\rendjustments. direct election of nil officials by the |>eople. constitutional limitation of public debts nnd similar constructive nnd necessnry legislation for the public good. He is receiving the support of outstanding communal nnd civic minded workers. iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii iimiiimiiiiiiniiii ; .1 „„i SEND PETER J. CUNNINGHAM to CONGRESS Fourth Cong. District Mrs. Mary Schrebnick pioneer of West Palm Beaeh heartily endorses his candidacy, knowing: him as a man who fulfills his pledges. (Pd. Political Adv. IMtillll HM1 ,11 m.HUH till :n 111111 HiilHlllllllMHMiiiiiiiitiHiiiiii'.MiH Re-Elect | J. LOUIE I CARTER CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD in and for PALM BEACH COUNTY Heartily Endorsed by Mrs. MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Palm Beach Pioneer (Paid Political Adv.) "" "•'"i"i"i:iiim MUNICH c ml Illinium miuiiiii num... n„i Peter .T. Cunningham of West Palm Bench is waging a battle for election to Congress in the Fourth District on the slogan of "More Money for More People." A native of Michigan, he enme to Florida in 1010 after honorable service in the World War. ne hns been a prominent attorney of West Palm Beach for the past fourteen years, nnd is now forty-three years old. He pledges, if elected, to i represent the entire district from Vero Bench to Key West impnrtinlly. fairs'"""" 1 """ ""'"" '"" "" i iniiiiiiiiii nmmi.nnii.il miMUIIMMM I YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT for HERBERT D. BECK Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE Group 2 Will Be Appreciated Highly Democratic Primary May 3 (Paid Political Adv.) = X i= X = X ==? %  X = %  = %  J TT ." X =Fr=r *'" v F ^ X T ~= ~ X !*? -^-= l.V fl!l


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^Jewish floridi&n COMBING Tltl Ji 11 requiring the regiaIration f nil agents employed to distribute propaganda in HIP I'nit" 1 States, according to advices received • 'iis morning by Samuel Untermyer, -iiliiii of tlio Non-Sectarian AntlNnsl League. Cubby-holed in the Senates ComDiittee '>f Judiciary since its unanimous passage by the House of Representatives Inst August, the bill is being moved out for an early bearing following announcement of its npproval by Senators Borah (Idaho,) \ iin Nuys (Ind.,) Adams (Colo.,) Kins (I'tahi and Lonorgan, (Conn.) The art. to tnke effort 00 days aft-r passage, requires every agent of a foreign principal to file a registration Statement Riving bis name, address, nnd the address of his employer. The agent must also submit copies of his contract of the employer. Failure to file the statement would entail a fine of not more than $1,000 imprisonment for not more than two i> an, or both. The bill is definitely aimed as s control medium of the thousands of Fascist and Nazi agents reported to h" active in the United States. Authoritative information unearthed by 'Hie Anti-Nazi League and other agenriea during the past three months, indicates an approximate propaganda fund of $30,000,000 spent in this initry by the Nazi-Fascist nations each year, and the enrollment of 250.000 active members in pro-Nazi orranizations. POLAND HEARS RITUAL CHARGE PASSOVER GREETINGS OIL IS BELIEVED I JEWS URGED TO Warsaw. (WNS)—Revival of. the "ritual murder" charge by anti-Semitic agitators exploiting the disappearance of n peasant boy led to serious anti-Jewish exc ess es in the town of Dombrowa, Bialyatok, Province. Twenty persons woro arrested and •cores of .lows nursed injuries after a mob attacked Jewish stores and homos. An official government communique said I bo incident was prccipitated by n Christian boy who jumped through a window and nfter being slightly injured by broken glass, shouted, "the Jews wanted to slaughter me for mutzo." According to the "ffioial version, "an excited, uncritical mob" began the disturbance. Police from Grodno and Bialystok restored order. An earlier report Stated that the so-called "kidnapped" boy had been found in a police station where he had been taken for stealing from a tobacco shop. REGENT VOICES HIS SYMPATHY Belgrade. (WNS)—Sympathy with the .Tews was voiced by T>r. Radenkn •Stancovitch. one of Tugoslacia's three royal regents, during a one-hour audience he granted to Dr. Bukio, president of the Yugoslavian B'nai B'rith and of the Sephardic Community of Belgrade. IN JUDEAN HILLS .Torosalom. (WNS)—British oil magnates are reported to have sent engineers to the lower Judean hills, cast of Jerusalem, nnd to Northern Palestine, to examine the possibility that tho bituminous limestone deposits, available there in vast quantities. have uu oil content of between "> and 25 percent, sufficient to satisfy Palestine's domestic oil needs for a century. It is said that tho bituminous limestone deposits, estimated to amount to at least 2000.000 tons, could also become a new source of oil supply for the British Empire in the event that the pipelines from the Iraq fields arc put out of commission. UNITED ACTION IS PLANNED New York (WNS)—The national convention of the Non-Sectarian AntiNazi League, to be hold in Now York May 1.1th. was authorized to broaden the scope of the League by making it a national movement to fight the "organized menace of Nazism in the T'nited States." The authorization was given by delegates of 23 Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and trade union groups meeting in special conference bere. BOLD DEFENSE New Ycrk. (WNS l—Jews are giving away too much to despair nnd not exhibiting sufficient boldness in the fine cif the present crisis, Col. Josiah Wedgwood, British Laborite member of the House of Commons, said on his arrival for a speaking tour. He also deplored the fact that Jews are manifesting "too much resignation and not enough Indignation." In his first public address at a luncheon given him by the American Jewish | Congress. Colonel Wedgwood predicted that Sooner or later the great democracies will havt to come to the defense of the victims of totalitarianism. Describing the plight of the Jews in Austria. Ocrmany and Poland as "frightful," he Urged the Jews everywhere to unite and advocated intensification of the economic boycott. Roosevelt Blocks Nazi Move NOTE In deference to the traditional observance of Passover, The Jewish Floridian broadcast, heard every Sunday morning over Station YVKAT from 9:00 to 9:30 a. m.. will not be heard this coming Sunday. April 17. Broadcasting will be resumed the following Sunday morning. April 24th, at the usual time. Washington, 1. C M (WNS)—The possibility that Germany might attempt to evade tho high American tariffs against German products by shipping her goods to the United States through Austria was blocked when President Roosevelt ordered tho Treasury Department to put Austria on tho tariff black list. The effect of tho order is to deprive Austrian goods of the benefit of lower tariff rates contained in reciprocal agreements between the United States previously boon denied such preferred treatment. Investigate Bund G-Men Will Washington. D. C. (WNS)—Stirred by the arrest of three admitted members of the uniformed corps of the German-American Bund on charges of espionage and by new evidence said to prove the Bund engaged in activities vinlative of Federal Law. Attorney-Ooneral Homer Cummings has ordered a new nationwide probe tion will bo under the personal direcinto Nazi activities. The investigation of ,T. F.dgnr Hoover, head of the G-men, and will have the full co-operation of the Army and Navy Intelligence Corps and the State Department. Tho inquiry will concentrate for the time being in New York and Connecticut. • LEADERS CONFER ON EMIGRATION Washington, D. C (WNS)—Waya and moans for private financing of the emigration of refugees from Germany and Austria in cooperation with the United States mid the Intergovernmental committee to be created for that purpose were tinder discussion at a White House conference called by Pri sldent Roosevelt. Attending tbn Conference on invitation from tho President wen. eight representatives of Catholic. Protestant and Jewish groups who were scheduled to lay before the President concrete proposals, sleeting with the President were Archbishop Joseph F. Hummel of New Orleans, chairman of the Catholic-Episcopal Committee for German refugees ; Henry Morgenthuu, Sr., Raymond B. Poadlek, president of the Rockefeller Foundation • James O. McDonald, former I/cague of Nations High Commissioner for German Refugees : Joseph P. Chamberlain, who represented tho United States on tha League High Commission : Dr. Samuel hfcCrea Cavort, former president of the Fedornl Council of Churches of Christ; Bernard M. Bnrnch and Lewis Kennedy, president of the National Council of Catholic Men. Also scheduled to attend wore Secretary of Stato Hull and Sceretnry of Labor Perkins. Ria dc Janeiro (WNS)—Lowering of Immigration barriers in nil Latin•\merisan sountries to permit the entry of racial nnd isditicnl refugee* from Europe will be one of tho principal subjects on the agenda of a conference of representatives of Bratil, Argentina. Peru. Chile, and Mexico to he held here. Tho conference in expected to consider what each country can do to modify its existing laws to permit the absorption of n considerable number of refugees. Now York (WNS)—An appeal to the peoples of democratic countries for immediate cooperation in President Roosevelt's proposal for an international committee to aid refugees from Ocrmany and Austria was issued hero by the American Committee for Protection of Minorities over the signatures of 12.% prominent Americans of all creeds and points of view. Directed chiefly to the peoples of those lands whoso governments have not yet accepted the invitation of Secretary of Stnto Hull to join in creating an inter-govornmontal committee, the appeal urges tho people "to ask the dictatorships to let the oppressed peoples go; to welcome those exiles in so far as it is possible; to reject their integrity and to protect their liberty." LEVINGER TO DIRECT BUREAU Washington. D. P.. (WNS)—Dr. Lee ,T. I.cvingcr of Columbus. Ohio, has boon named director of research of tho newly established B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau, which will seek to offer a program of group vocational guidance for American Jewish youth. Max F. Baer. of Omaha. Nebraska, has been appointed director of orgsnizatinn and publicity.



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PAGE TWELVE K. 11 )ia -' %  eo A ti. • ih. ial -n •f fil ha %  < foi ah Fi IT in Ih. •ti an Kret an -i di( THE JEWISH FLORTDTAN FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1933 AND IT CAME TO PASS <*r.liiiW rrva Page Nanej — %  pill br-i^ instead was atj,,, H iiad. %  -' •. %  -1 • %  THE WORLD S WINDOW ( &f ctinoed f rent Page Nia* %  :• • a people a at: MIJ bM per'-s: happens t ti*: :aal or to that paaplt ha*. • LSppeas. 1 • ;:.rrftp to the bat that we crtai* our fa:sg We ealaahafatt erfta •wish. TV nttti fzsis a: --.*...... For a. M Spanish Lor 1 J**Ui : -'J %  '%  -%  %  "•--" .;•-*. .:.; ;.;. %  '-'' 1 I %  I N : •• -: %  %  >PJ I pre, a choice d • i-tre beer %  % %  '.. their bear-aaI ari — -•: -. .-.: g n .1.7. 7 :.. -: rk -••-_-,• ."i -.: : %  : : L; •: -^-_ ; r-i-_ t.r.: :' : !<—•-•— z.:: r>i!-: ; %  •ed. ate w* aaay ; I I r A 1 -%  --I p D ; %  • '. %  .•" aau %  '/ %  %  ides car %  rim .:..: 1 I t^z; mm %  %  %  : Z 1" --roups bound by aJ dewatiM and towed siletaw Ui.tr-i States at Franc*. I • T ..wealth and cc'ture hich shall augax-1 ia M *:>* %  r a Err* duplica re II wil! be a tt %  : %  I Ra-hmo-rh I ly alleviate I 1 al state'• n of the I J-wish im%  %  "• r wiil • % %  hen Dotion %  Ameri to cities or more Jewish youth thronging into Ameri. ii .-.It muit be u :i itood that a people is on the aa • a jwople is being forced to ml• and that this ]ople must < %  : Cat it—If aa peopla if .%  •< IMPLEMENTS OF NEW JERSEY DRUG CO. 400 CoUna Arenne A. I. RFBIN MIAMI BEACH 1 55 FURNITURE i; f tAlTaTf 1 1 • %  %  %  ... -" .. %  I %  %  l-*t re coal I F the £ %  | GREETINGS ON PASSOVER FRANK A LEE REAL ESTATE DEPARTMEN1 1 { PI 5-1M VI ATI MIA.MI BE\tH FLOBIKA DP. P.OSINAE HEINE En t ot %  VEB M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Suppliea and Furnlturt Desks. Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 4: J r. First St. Ph. 2-1661 1 1 1 1 BEST WISHES for a HAPPT PASSOVER BEN J. KINCAID Uh Insurance and Annuities 401 First National Bank Bldg. PHONE 2-07Jl PASSOVER GREETINGS CITY LINE GROCERY ALFRED PARE. Prop. 4is N. \v. 22nd Arcane PHONE 2640 1 :^N: 3 1 AROUND THE CORNER J INN „ I %  1 .. And the 1 Barnes%  I And a 1 :-. w-n : AL i %  %  .:.-.for it wa 1 %  I dd not tarry, 1 I ... %  1 1 • %  S E B MIAMI FI.0RIDA t I 1 < t t I I 1 t SOVER :ETTNGS MB. AND MRS. W. D. (BILL) JOYCE II.. ASSOVEB PAX AMERICANCHEMICAL CO. E X T E R M I N A T I N G Disti tora for WTAXDOTTE PRODUCTS SANITARY AND JANITOR SUPPLIES CALL 3-3955 West Flagler Street MIAMI, FI.ORIDA GREETINGS ON PASS \\ BETTER SERVICE GARAGE 4J*. M %  pxa a,*a MIAMI BE.\CH W e Extend Best Wishes to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons for HAPPY PASSOVER SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc. 900 Lincoln Road Miami Beach TO Mr MANY FRIENDS AND \< IQUADfTAXOES BEST TOSHES IOS A HAPPT PASSO\XR P C HUNTER A HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER-SMITH POULTRY CO. Florida Fresh Eggs Everv Dav 102 \. VV. 8th Street Phone 2-4615 r SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER HAHR LUMBEB COMPANY PHONE 3-32M MOO Norti lUaaal MI\MI. FLORIDA PASSOVEB GREETINGS TO OUR JEWI8H FRD2ND8 AND CUSTOMERS BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD SILVER SEAL CAKES 259 N. W. 4th Street-Miami, Florid* GREETINGS ON PASSOVER Camp Wohelo for Girls v. milea rron Waahlrn t on. l> ( ; N mii^> from Baltimore, Md.; in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. MM II SEASON OPENS JULY 1st !'' %  ': : % % % % %  %  tv> JO" : daughters. write or phone Bertha Ber • OW NER and DIRECTOR 1C25 S. W. ].-.lh Street MIAMI. FI.\. Phone 3 4*22 It is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Good Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER • ~ THE CITY ICE Hi FUEL CO. and WUHIEfl BREWING CD.



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^•mm.mt+ FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SIX B BUSINESS SCHOOL TRAINS MANY Kstablished In 1J30 by Daniel E. Keels, the Miami Business College at 111 South Miami Avenue, has established a splendid reputation as a coinniereial college where students are given tin up-to-the-minute training in BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER CITY DRY CLEANERS 2100 X. W. First Court Phones: 2-1574—8-4822 111 1 iiilllillinililimili mmiiiiiiliiilliiiiimiimiiiiHiliiiimni I I tniiHitiumiHiniim IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIl ITo our Jinny Friends and Patrons A HAPPY PASSOVER C. D. KENNY CO. COFFEE, TEA, SI GAR CO. |M W. Fl.iglrr St.—Phone 2-S4SI I MIAMI, FLA. JI1IIIIIIIIIHI)l • "jiiiiiiiiuiii PAS OVER GREETINGS J. H. HAGOOD CO. .. VRTMENT SUPPLIES N I! s. illlllllllllllllll "I Ill l I '.II.II i;iiHiiuiiiillllllllllillililillililiniiii PASSOVER GREETINGS To My Many Friends And Acquaintances N. P. LOWREY YOUR I COUNTY COMMISSIONER I Districl 3 I I WMMMI IIIIIIIIIIIII in MUM i ,; Subject to Democratic Primary May, 1038 I Paid Politieal Adv.) Greetings! ft ... It is our pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere good wishes for a Happy Passover Pan A merican Airways VISIT YOUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT secretarial, stenographic, accounting Fouraea and business administration. A member of the National Association of Accredited Commercial School! assuring a high educational standard, [ the large staff of the school baa specialised in providing Individual instruction for each student. Students are enrolled from all parts] of the country and a number from fire foreign countries. Those who kavi graduated have found employment immediately, since Uie demand for these will trained students hits always exceeded the available supply. Fully equipped with the latest model typewriter* and other business devices in use in the modern business world, the institution lias always trained the undents tn cope with all problems srising In business of today. Mr. Keels, the founder is still actively directing the work iif the institution and would welcome visits funn interested students or their parents to discuss the problems of the individual. MOTORISTS—ATTENTION! Our service completely covers the performance and economy of your car. A periodical engine tune up will save you many times its ocst. $3.00 11-Point Performance Check FOR MOST CARS—Parts Extra $4.50 TO I—< lean and reset spark plugs, test compression In each cylinder 3—(lean and set distributor points, set ignition timing. 3—Test coll and condeaser, tighten primary wiring. I—Accurately set valve tappets. 3—Imped and tighten fuel pump and fuel line connections. —Test carburetor with combustion meter, set float level, adjust idle. •—Inspect and test gemrator. sel output, adjust fan belt. —Inspect and test starler ann Starter Switch. •—Teat piston ring and va've I'oiulitmn on Mercury Vacameter 10—Test and inspect battery. Clean and lubricate terminals. 11—-Accurately align head lights o Guide Head Eight Machine. THE GOLDSTROM BAKING CO. 1349 Washington Avenue Miami Beach EXTENDS TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Ml liiiliiliinii iliiiiliimiiiiimiiiimiiiiliiniiiliiiiimii iiiiiiuimm inn iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiii I DM ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO. 12 tu .->8 N. \V. Fourth Street Phone 2-7457 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS COLLINS GARAGE DAY AND NIGHT WRECKING SERVICE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF CARS A COMPLETE SERVICE PHONE 2-1539—3-5193 316 SOUTH .MIAMI AVENUE SINCERE WISHES To My Many Friends and Acquaintances for A HAPPY PASSOVER G. A. WORLEY YOUR STATE'S ATTORNEY "KEEP HIM THERE" "'"' i i i m ,2 Durability— so that future generations may have a record of your loved one—is the first requisite of any memorial. Our Phillips Superior Memorial! are made of Winnsboro Blue Granite—one of the world*! "•' memorial materials. FRANK X. KULL 1351 N. W. Tenth Ave., Cor. 14th St. Phone 2-1896 Your Savings Are they absolutely secure and insured? Do m3£ n V'^ retUrU? ^ thCy inVCSted t0 aVoid market fluctuations? IZF% F t dera; savings are insured U P to S„^ ha !" alwa 3Pa^ 4% dividends. Dividends have been earned far in advance in addition to many times the required legal reserves. mo V sv S fro nVeSted ^ thC FifSt Federal T !" TT 8 Wh hEVe hefet0f0re inv "ed government bonds and postal savings. They want Return, maximum safety, under Federal pro FIRST FEDERAL i m



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I 1 K 11 lh in PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAH A tii M lh in •I .f fi hi %  •1 r in lh l ai K IT %  I M
  • fc Mri AbTanam ReDner direct, H*b*=vti C"iib of Miami will tb< pr .p. rt tion of lh program. Mr*. :".: i ;Uj rtaiMMatI OMH Tannnbaum is coaching the lay tnd Mrs. Benjamin Foaen U i n charg* of the mu-ical numbrv The %  i a mwt *ucce*ful picnic last oi 5aa4ar Bfckt, Maj 1. Rfc Ckodea a/bfc :* s*t*daVd for >_;. r TVra* rand if*1 in y. April Urtn. S:-EOvLE C" S£= • C£S IBMfta at S:M I :; BatBKM a;:*f-r--fSafcaMfc {<:-..** Fr-iv* mak| i: ; M ?a 5a .• :; %  =-•:-.zj i". 4 .". a =-. :si: ..-\iiif-ec-.v: a: i.. : : a. THE r1>Tl% VI OK HVHW* -H %  .-. %  ; %  %  • • m TO 'iHl I ttwmmriM ov -fKMif; 9 •>* i > 3i T* %  *• ai ). -7 SOMn iHEIU U • ... JAY TRANSFER CO. 333 West F-ae'.er Sv PHONE 2-3334 PIANO MOVING Ba*fcV^ and Genera! HTITTIH BEST WISHES jJ.G.McCRORYCO. 23 East th&m Sv WE PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING THAT KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Wul ha prcd-cei -r m i'-' %  %  cozrpliarce with the Jewish laws, under the supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM KELLXER M---j Jew^h O-hodox Congregation. Miami RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF fTa^rmliH Beh Jacob. Miami Beach AND IN TEE PRESENCE OF A MASHGIACH. APPOINTED BY THE EABBIS %  ;: \ w A %  ::::.K PBODUC^ ENSTH VI YOUR ^N7FOB THE PASS EBIOD AN N.". X S : 7 3E PREPARED 7 5EBYE K S:;Z7. I CCTS, WE SHALL BE EAPPY TO SLRVE TOr PLACE TOUB OBDEB SOW. Call. Write or Phone Miami Home Milk Producers Association 763 X.W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 two sets to • • • Guard your Freshness with a Cigarette that's always FRESH T HE fe*r of -c:i = c sak" often worries i= uilrte. U"^S1T. be ctzucds fr*skn*u ia r*erTrucj: he exis, drinks or smokes. He kco-s izx: <-_Ce tobacco, I He* stile oeu or .. ciij be deiaitelT cpsetticg. Old C-:.~ CJfknaM ire picked ic a **stale~--i{:i— J :-.t-:-t-.tJ with an extra Ceflophaae ii.idi Eirre=:es ot rjir-iatr canC .-: C-oLcs £se tobaccos of their rich ci roc ifftheir


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    lAY, APRIL IB, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN OLITICAL BRIEFS lie urges action to iucrcnsc tourist business U> t lie state, and points out that UK (iovernor he brought millions of dollars into the Stute from Federal aid without any contribution from Florida's tNMUry. He has rallied to Ms rapport prominent communal workers as Hill Bhajrne and others ,.,,,. Claude Pepper who baa „.,,„ .,,.,, actlvel| ni(lil K llinl ,„ tllB i„ the United States Benate, ,..,,„,,;,!,.„ 11IM | „ rg i ng support from In the nnespired term ol &'their friends, nator Duncan D. Watcher, is ialgning for re-election to the liail Frank II. I'ruitt prominent pom,„, his record in office for the, mmiil | fraternal and civic worker, is years. Thirty-eight years j w „ KinK „ splendid fight In his race for the County Commission in Group 2. As chairman of the Dade County budget commission since its creation he has become fully acquainted with the problems of the county and knows its needs. baa established n splendid ri-pu,is an able and fearless advobf the people's rights and ha.? consistent supporter of Prealjtooserelt in his attempts to allenditioni affectinp: the mass of jple. On his record he asks the prt of Florida voters, as a supFritz Gordon who is a candidate of the President and one who f or n,,, Florida Legislature in Croup what the people of the StateM cams to Miami in 1024 and has nil one able to help Florida get practiced law ever since. He served needs. in the office of County Solicitor and has had considerable experience. His Hge Tom Norfleet. a candidate platform includes legislation for the (lection as Judge of the Court of protection of individual rights, local came to Miami in 1014 after self-government, a fair allotment to g as assistant State's Attorney Sale Hock. Ark., for eight years. [iami he served as assistant ity Solicitor during l!)14j and He was Judge of the Criminal It from 1020 to 1020 and has been \p in legal, fraternal and civic during his long residence here. Pat A. Cannon who is waging an active campaign for Congress from the Fourth Congressional District was again endorsed lliis year by the Townscnd Clubs of the District, thus assuring Pal US lie is known to his many friendl of ;:n UUUBUally si long support. Mi. Cannon who made a remarkable race against the present Congressman, Mr. Wileox, is pledging his support for legislation designed to bring to iliis district the prosperity it deserves. Ho has made a study ol the tariff as It affects South Florida and promises remedial legialation which should help ibis community. lie is receiving the support of many citizens, among whom are Sidney L. Seami, candidate for election to the when the searchers overlooked these United Sinus Congress from the particles and they could produce the Fourth Congressional District. Maythe vernacular and were explained. or Williams is seeking the seat now I XXX held by Representative .1. Mark Wil-I Often at the Seder table the ercox, West Palm Beach, a dftndldate for the United States Senate. Mayor Williams' record as mayor and member of the Miami City (Vftineil -hows activity in sponsoring arid lighting for measures effecting streets, highways, parks and hospitals, He isopposed to "special Interests" where their activities gouge the public. His current difficulties, culminating in his indictment, Mayor Williams declared, are the direct result of his fitrht to force the Florida Power and rants of 'the household wire also present. On such occasions the ser\.:nt was not to he put to -haine by asking her to perform lier ordinary duties while at the table. xxx For the benefit of the women and (Huldren of the household portions of the Seder ritual were translated into the vemiciiliir and were explained. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIM.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIH I'ASSOVKK OKKKTING8 linent! Light Company to furnish its present gall and B. Albert I'allot. promt in the Jewish communal work of thls! M rv,M "' ,mv, r r , ,0,0*1 .; 010000 oro, 1010 i.ortfH*tlo*. forge A. Worley candidate for reion as State's Attorney for Dude Ity came to Miami in 1897. He M as deputy In the office of the of the Criminal Court and in was admitted to the Bar. He tired law with his father the late Worley until he enlisted in the ion corps in 1013 and served unclose of the war in 1018. lie Ime assistant County Solicitor un|,Solicitor McCaskill and continued cr Fred Pine for several years. I practiced law until 1960 and acked the office as State's Attorney \h* insistence of the Governor in On his record of law enforcewithout fear or favor he asks re-election to the office. Dade County of the gasoline tax proceeds, opposition to all isms except Americanism. In his p'atform addresses he has met the issues in B firm anil unbending manner, outlining what he believes should earn him the support of Dade County voters. enator D. Stuart Gillis who estabNsi an enviable reputation in the ice of his city, county and state, for the last twenty years in the pi-hiture. is waging an active ramtn for the Supreme Court of Floron his record of service to the pie. On that record alone he asks Itinn to the high office he seeks. former Governor Dave Sholtz has carrying the battle to his oppon and is pointing to bis service as |cinor as an indication nf his devo, to the interests of Florida and its kle. Promising to cooperate with I merchants in everv constructive Unlive nction which will help them In his campaign for re-election Wm. D. fRill > Joyce points to the fact that during his tenure in office he has kept every promise made by him in his campaign several years ago. That no favoritism has been shown in the administration of the office, and that the office of County Purchasing Agent is one whose record of the past two years will do honor to the county for efficiency, economy and honesty. A resident of Florida for nineteen years, world war veteran, and active civic worker Mr. Joyce asks his return on his record of office. J. Mark Wileox. member of Congrass from this district who is asking for the support of the voters of Florida In his campaign to be sent to the United States Senate points to his record in the House of Uepresentatives. Ho opposed the Reciprocal Trade Treaty because of the unfair advantages given Cuba over South Florida. He has been independent and voted in the interests of the people. In a speech last week Sir. Wi'cnx said "When this campaign is over. I may be a United States Senator or I may he a plain country lawyer, but please God. I'll still he my own boss." He has received the support of many outstanding citizens of the district including numerous Jewish lenders. As Congressman. Mr. Wileox has never hesitated to be of service to his constituents whenever called upon. The house was diligently searched = for leaven on the night preceding 1 Passover. This occasion also gave | the children a chance to piny pranks on their elders testing their parents diligence. Thus they would conceal i particles of bread in out-of-the-way corners and great was their glee miliniiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiiiiiiiiMlitlitiliitiiiiiliiimiiliilHiilltiitliilii'iii YOUR CANDIDATE for CONGRESS Support of the national administration in its fight on poverty, disease, hunger and unemployment is pledged by Mayor Robert R. Williams, of Mil.K.VKN BEAUTY CULTURE Classes Forming ENROLL NOW! ^Mffe. Edfiajajtoafce. BEAUTY SCHOOL Miami's Most Reliable—Est. 1910 State and City Approved 41 N. E. 1st AVE, (2nd FLOOR) (Over Boat Restaurant) Convenient Terms Phone 3-4851 liOW Cost Beauty Service for the Public „„.., i mi. ..i.ioieliillill iiiitHiiHiiiii'iniiiinniin 'i Ill IllOIOtll Ill Hllllllllllllllllll'l "'II "I''"!' FRIENDS IN WASHINGTON MEAN FRIENDS FOR YOU. ''•""'Ill IIII"""IIMMIMIMIMIIMIM


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    FRIDAY, APBIL 15, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ELEVEN CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 326 Jeffenon Avenue •Phone 5-1J28 MAURICE G. MAMCHES, Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue 'Phone 5-2013 IWSSOVKK SKRVKKS B e ri lcci ill ba held Friday evenln : ,i 8:10 and Bstordaji ersnlng at 7:0 p. m. Saturday and Similar mom al !' :"0 n. ill. Itnbbi MOM Mescbeloff will preach Batwday mom infc on "Tlic Holiday of the Future, iiml Bundajr moraine; on "Matao, th Symbol "f Faith." Cantor Miiuruc Mamches will clian thf services. SI NHAY SKSSIONS PROMOTION The promotion of children attendln llit' Sunday sessions of our Jlebri" School will take place Monday even in*. April IS. at 7 :.'W p. m. A beau tiful program will be preaanted whic will include a "Model Seder." i which will participate all the eblldre ni our daily Hebrew School, arrange by Hnbhi Mescheloff, Cantor Man i bee and Miss K. Sbpall. Food an refreshments will be served by th Sisterhood •through a committee o women headed by Mrs. Benjamin H. I,on don. The Young Juden of Miami Beach will also present a two-net play., of the Passover significance and observ ances. This entire evening is devoted ti young and'old. There is no admission charge. Bring your friends. SUNDAY SESSION GRADIATION The commencement exercises of 011 graduating class will be held Sundn evening. May 1st. The program i being prepared by Rabbi Meschelof", Cantor Mamches. Attorney A. I, Mechlowitz and Miss Malvina Wei-s Final examinations will be given en Sunday morning. April 2Cth and in Sunday morning. May 1st. to all applicants for graduation recommended fur their excellent work and atten .lance this season by their teacher. Cantor Mamches. class will make u Synagogue. The graduatin in 1 -1 in.111>i different projects. Mrs. H. Garden was introduced to' the club. Mis Garden offered her services to the dub. and was received with applause. The Habanoth decided to 'hold an affair on Monday evening. May 80th. They will present the play. "Two Goyim," and a" variety of song-. dances and professional entertain ment. RECENT MARRIAGES Harvey D. Cohen tud Raebell Moore. Herman Weil and Beatrice Cuplan William Norman Beraon and Ger trade Meiinson. Solomon Goldman and Franc Boi enberg. Herman Blaufox and Minnie Bab enson. Bincerest Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER BAY WAY OARAGE 221 N. K. Tenth Street MIAMI, F10RIOA itiirtHHiMimmimiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1111111111111 llll* II llllllllllllll* SiiuiTP Wislu's for A HAPPY PASSOVER GOODYEAR SERVICE fKW Biscayne Boulevard PHONE s-a-tea MIAMI, FLORIDA Mimiui 1 '" .1" I" """ ^ Do Yu Own Your Home? There never was %  b f t,er ** %  • than now to bulla one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Make* It Possible CMvs me a call and 1 wfll BTUuJly help you to ret the best P*•IbTe Information as to Its Han. H. SIMONS Care Aekerman Ins, Agency Mh5 Seybold OldoPhone 2-3151 horseradish, teglach, soup nuts, g i barlcj. cuuiiiev. chocolates, salted an | sugar almonds, tomato juice, ketchup, mayonnaise, crystaliaed orange pceL pickled 01.1..11-. coffee, l.a, soda. Special cleansers for utensil-., such a -culling powders, porcelain and enamel cleansers, kosher soap, steel woolj silver polish and candles are provide by domestic manufacturers. An ad de.i impetus i given th.publisher an.I producers of religious urti.-1. 1 since there is an ever increasing in> tercet on the part of the newer gen .ran.111 for knowledge of cremonialr, which are featured in most dail newspapers. It is a heartening commentary fir those devoted to the cause of Jewish learning ami religious observances] to note that to such gargantum corporations as General Foods, Standard Brands. Burden Milk. National Sugu j Refining Company, and others, tho Rabbis'* seal of approval and the responsibility which it engenders has ie to i.e an automatic and smooth part ..f their complex machinery. from pushcarts in Orchard Street on New York's East Bide ami in im counterparts of Chicago, Philadelphia Boston and Pittsburgh, account for a tremendous volume of Pa — vi f is and acc ess ories ami co" king Utensils. Leaving for a moment the domestic market, the demand for th.products of American manufacturers has re suited in far fling operations reach ing to the far Corners of the earth — ; tn Bhangbal, Irish Fie.State. Union I of South Africa. Singapore, Bibei a. N.w Zealand. Moroci-o. Egypt and ev.n I'al.stin. —American matzn-makers ship to these polnta and man] more the products which tiny triple wrap for the protection of its flavor Large hotels, restaurants, clubs and even the robots of food purveying serve matzos at Passoxer. Ocean-going steamers pnt in a supply of mat/. and ie have a maahgiach and Kahlii aboard not only at Passover but the year round. Y'-. it is a far Cry indeed from the bread of affliction, baked in haste under the desert sun to tie crisp nut like maizes and the myriad .if rare delica. pn pared to the accompaniment of symphonies in steel. KOSHER ZION 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 PASSOVER PREFERRED (Continued from Page Nine) sends honey, marmalades, cocoa, oliv oil. soap. jams, caramels, spices, tea hags anil a wealth of other delicacies Holland delights the cheese fancier with Oouda and other processed DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS\_ DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. ANDERSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2131 1764 N. W. 36th St. Beat Wishes for a HAPPV PASSOVER PERSHING COURT APARTMENTS 811 N. E. Hth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS ON PASSOVER W. A. GLASS $4? JUSTICE A WORD TO THE WISE OF THt SUPREME COURT Democratic Primary, 1938 l.,niyt-y **'• esn bs i as asi %  •*• IH>< rmo FOR AN ENJOYABLE Passover in the traditional manner Make Your Reservations at JOE RUBIN'S Sea Breeze Hotel Second St. at Collins Ave. Ridethe Famous TTD sb nwD STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE PHONE 5-9444 With all the traditions of the Seder ritual .... And a service and cuisine as only at the Alamac. Your hosts, lb* Comity Jacob 1st Seder Frl. Apr. 15 2nd Seder, Sat. Apr 16 ALAMAC HOTEL Collins and 13th Miami Beach Reservations 5-2926 GREYHOUND LINES GRBTHOUVD TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION pL M C1 9 ALL NORTHBOUND BUBSBB LEAVE FROM "• 1016 515 Washinfton Arena* >• FLORIDA SUNBEAM The ONLY. Air-CondlUoned Train to the Weat FASTEST anil molt comfortable service tS> MACON, ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA, CINCINNATI CLEVELAND and DETROIT Through sir-conditioned coaches to Chicago. Air-conditioned •Irrping csrs to Chicago (First trip Jan. 4.). Cleveland (First trip Dec 18.) and Detroit (First trip Dec. 18.) Lounge car. Dining car. Leave Miami .:00 P. M. daily. Take your auto along bv rail at very low cost. Rail fares in coaches and Pullman cars are lurpriiingly low via Seaboard. CITY TICKET OFFICK USl H.l!i..M— %  .T.I.MU1.1-S1U T. W. LUCKETT. D. P. A. SEABOARD AIR LINK RAILWAY NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER WAITE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Kelvinators Stoves Water Coolers 1601 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1625 Sincere Greetings for a Happy Passover HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers Biscayne Blvd at Fourteenth Ter. Phone 3-4669 Miami — J PASSOVER GREETINGS TANNER'S GROCERY STORES 1263 W. Flagler St.—1753 X. E. 2nd Ave. JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF COFFEES AND TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court riione 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER WB EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER JOHN J. FRITZ AND ASSOCIATES OF THE MELROSE NURSERY and SOILS CO. Landscaping and Maintenance. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees. Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Beds. Screened Soils for Lawn Dressing. 2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611—3-8612.



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    PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FR IDAY, APRIL 1 5. lg SOCIETY SURPRISE PARTY I I.SIM Id l> A lawn parly was tendered recently by relatives and friends to Jacob II. llalpern, realty operator of Miami Reach and Fort Lauderdale in celebration of his recovery following a severe illness at the Jackson Memorial ....... „„„ m ^ m VOM. Hospital. Games were enjoyed aud I vention will open on Monday, April HADASSAH PLANS FOR REGIONAL CONVENTION At last Monday's meeting of the Miami Chapter of Senior liadassah plans for the Southern Regional Convention of Hndasah which begins on April 24th, were announced. Delegates to the convention were chosen and consist of Mesdames Max Dobrin, Harry Rubin. Morris Plant. Gertrude Btflia, I. If. Weinstein. The mass meeting scheduled for next Sunday night has been cancelled. The conY. M. H. A. NOTES (Continued from Page Five) They have a limited number of tickets to sell. So hurry, hurry and don't be late, The Boat is scheduled toleave at eight. refreshments were served. Mr. HalIK'rn is rceiving frieuds at his home now. • • • TWO PLATO TO BE GIVEN The Jewish Dramatic Club of the Workmen's Circle with Harry Greenberg director will present two one act plays. ''Dvorele Myuchascs" and "Der Katzev" in Yiddish aud a musical program at the Beth David Talmud To rah OB Sunday. Slay 1, 1!>3S at 8:30 p. m. Admission will be fifty <•• nta, • • • NOTE OF CHANGE IN RROABCAST Becauai "f the Passover holiday the broadcast of the Jewish Hour sponsored by the Rabbinical Association <.f Greater Miami with Rabbii Kaplan and Zwitmat) speaking on Wiop this, 24th, at the Blackvtone Hotel at 10:00 a. m., with greetings from representatives of all Miami Jewish Women's organizations. Junior Hadassali will be hosts at luncheon at noon at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. Monday evening delegates and friends will be fnestl at the gala banquet and dance at the Alcatar Hotel in Miami. Tuesday morning there will be business sessions of the convention, followed by the Thrift luncheon at noon at Kaplan Hall when Mr s.Emanuel Halpern, internationally famous Hadassah leader of New York will be the guest speaker. Full details of the convention wiil appear in our next issue. JACKSONVILLE coming Sunday will not be heard but will be heard the following week. Dr. Joseph Rose and Miss Bella i Fink were guests of the Daughters of | Israel at their monthly meeting last Wednesday. Dr. Boss spoke on "Dla A NOVEL INNOVATION Occurred at the V. W. H. A. Passover Tea when the guest speaker of the afternoon. Rabbi Max Shapiro, dedicated his program to the organization. Cantor Maurice Mamches rendered songs, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Rosen. Dorothy T.ightman gave Jewish readings; Miss Shirley Levy and Miss Evelyn Auslander in Dramatic characterizations. Miss Ruth Kcndal gave piano selections and Rabbi Abraham Kellner gave the benediction. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Al Rosenfeld. A social hour followed by permission of the copywright owner-. ior "Y" and the founding of the Junior "Y" and their progress in the past and gave all the newly elected officers the good wishes of the entire "1." A beautiful military set was presented to Sidney Rosen, past president of the "Junior "Y" who Clime into that office upon the resignation of Larry Schwartz. Honors at the dinner table were shared equally by Hyinan Merlin, newly elected president and Miss Ray U. Shochet, vice president. Other officers honored were: Ethel Pont, recording secretary ; Rosalind Simon, corresponding secretary ; Robert Kaplan, treasurer; Beatrice Merlin, parliamentarian and Gerald Elkin and Aaron Pinkus program chairmen. Following the dinner dancing was enjoyed by all attending. nual Junior Hadassah donors di n J and dance. To inform you "V partisans elubrooms will be closed Friday >| Saturday, April 1!> and 10 ami Thursday and Friday, April 21 J 22nd. Again let me wish you heartjj Passover greetings. betes." MisKink entertained with Jl-NIOR "Y" INSTALLATION Milton A. Friedman, vice-president of the Y. M. H. A., presided nt the Junior Y. M. H. A. installation banquet and dance held last Sunday at the Roadside Rest. Milton spoke briefly about the history of the Se n A. 7.. A. CHAPTER IS INSTALLED Gala installation >•• i were conducted when the Miami A. '/.. A. chapter was formally ind Kaplan Hall last Monday night. The ceremonies began with the secret Initiatory work conferred on the members by Milton A. Friedman, assisted by Nathan Adelman ami Dr. Harold Rand. The ceremonies in public was held in the presence of the members and representatives of Shoiom Lodge <'f It'nai B'rith. the parent organization. Mr. Isaac Levin presided. Dr. Harold Rand installed the officers, Mr. Elry Stone, president of the l'.'nni B'rith Lodge, presented the charter of the chapter. Mr. Nathan Adelman presented each member with his certificate, card and button. Address, s were made by these individuals, ntid Milton A. Friedman. Mr. Lewis, head of the Tampa A. 7.. A. ohap'ci and Irving Krick, formerly of I Atlanta. Ga.. a pasl president of the A. 7.. A. Congratulatory telegrams, were received from Mr. Sam Beber, president nf the Supreme ^ -* Council of the A '/. A., and e!,-ip'ers and offi,••.. r •.. | States 1 I lada. Arrai %  r „ 0 Mr N'atha \ |< n past pn )' i B'rith Lodge, and chairman of Its A. 7. a work in efl • % %  organiaal n of tl ter. Mn Samuel Aron >witi and Mrs. g •he for' ''" of the chapter are Melvin Weinkle, Aleph Godot. Emanuel Seitlin. Sean. J v Met 1 lr, D ir. l: • • risbor, PubliHarold Shapiro, sergeant at Nathan Aronowiti ai I So; I Irving Oinsbui I chaplain. Mr. and Mrs. Abe IT. Rothsteln an several musical selections. Mrs. Jack "?'"""' "'" bir "' f a on on Thursday. Landau, program chairman, introdm'' 8 in Bt Vi '"'""'-' Hospital, ed Dr. Hose, n practicing physician here and an interesting speaker. %  bbl Morris D. Margolis will officiate at the public Sader in the Jacksonville .Tcwi-h Center auditorium ginning at 7 :30 o'clock. This will be Friday evening. April 16th, bea traditional Sader with all traditional ami the meal wil l|, e catered by Mr. M. Regal. The charge will be il.50 per plate for adults and $1.25 for children. At the regular Monday meeting of the Junior "Y" Paul Goldman and Milton Weintraub were elected from the olub at large to serve on the board of directtfrg. To Chairman Hanna Mack and her committee a bouquet of their fnvorite flowers and a five pound box of sweets for their splendid handling of the an'" nmiimuim, %  BBBSSMBnaaaaa Baaa | BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FRANK O.PRUITTl YOUR NEXT COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Paid Political Adv.) TIIIIHI in mn i IIMI iMttiinntHHMiiinwitiitti tlltlllHIIIIIIIIillHMIIIIIIIIIIHIIKIII IIIHMHIHHHIHIIIHIIimi IIMItmilllllllHIilMllllllllllllllllllllllitiiiillllllllllllMIIIIII Ill ITIIimil IIAl'l'V I'ASSf )\ V Ai PASSOVER GREETINGS LEON GIBBS & ASSOCIATES of the SUN & SURF CABANA COLONY 21st Street and the Ocean MIAMI BEACH I SAVERS APARTMENT HOTEL I A Home Away from Home I Modern Rates, Newly Decorated f Cor. 28th St. 2728 N. E. 2nd Ave. | miiiiiiiiiiiiiimiumijiHiii, minium MSMMMMMNNMMM I I Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan spoke on citizenship at the recent meeting of the West Riverside School of the Parent-Teacher Asodation. Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Krantz announce the birth of n daughter on Thursday, March 81, in St. Vincent's Hospital. uiimiimiiiiiiiiiin nun iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiniiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiit NICK RENDA & ASSOCIATES I of the ITALIAN KITCHEN Extend Rest Wishes for a IIAl'l'V PASSOVER '' %  ti'iiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiiiiiitiiniiiiniii it iiimiii." %  ••"illllRlllillliliiiiiiiiCHIIIII.iliiiillliillHlililtlilHIIIIIIIIIU PASSOVEB GREETINGS I KWART SHEET METAL • & ROOFING WORKS JOSEPH KWART | 92."> N. Miami Ave.—I'll. 3 1005 iiiiimm ii i HUM iiiiiuiii IUIIM GREETINGS To ALL ON PASSOVER MANGEL'S INC. ISO Ea*t Flagler Street HAPPY PASSOVER GALLATTS ITALIAN RESTAURANT JAMES GALLATT 713 West Plagler Street HOLIDAY GREETINGS MOSELEY ELECTRICAL SERVICE Specializing in REPAIRS and REWINDING ELECTRIC MOTORS 24 N. W. 4th St.—Phone 8-14M PEST WISHES KOR A HAPPY PASSOVEB NORDELLS 140 East Flngler St. Miami, Florida BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER To our Many Friends and I'alrons MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY CO. E. \V. CARTER 2048 N. W. 2nd Ave.—Ph. 2 0666 %  •• %  %  -• %  '""" i niiiliH liiliiiiiiiiiHiiiimimimmiHuiiiiiiiiiiiuiii>n> PASSOVER GREETINGS I TO ALL MY FRIENDS AN1 ] ACQUAINTANCES I CLAUDE PEPPER j Candidate for Be-Blectlon U. S. SENATE | (Paid Political Adv.) I PASSOVER GREETINGS .... FRED & BILL SCH0R MIAMI SANDWICH CO. I 017 N, E. 1st Ave—Phone 3-2734 llilllillimillililiiliMlllilitlillimiimiiiiltiiiiiiiiiiiit.iiui I'liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii, HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI LOCK AND KEY SERVICE STEPHEN Dl'MITKAS IS S. W 12th Ave.. Miami I la. I ailtlllllUIIIHtlllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI PASSOVER GREETINGS .... MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE MEMBER S ITTOKAL ASSOCIATION ACCREDITED COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS 0 'MPLETE STENOGRAPHIC SECRETARIAL AND ACCOUNTING COURSES 111 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-3801 Miami. Fla. '"""' %  : mmiiuini iinitiniiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiratiHH iiiiiiniiiimiiHi nimimiiiui =' %  """""" • i i .mi. „,, = | BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ROBERT R. TAYLOR COUNTY SOLICITOR %  DADE COUNTY I -" !" I n M .„„,:,, %  PASSOVER GREETINGS MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERB BALL AND CHAIN BAR 0 m DANCING Opposite rower Theatre 1518 S. W. 8th Street IIIIIHIIIIIIIMM I| """"""" '"""""" I •""'" %  "'. miniii „„m,.m„.in,nl %  ~ '" IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIMI.IIIIII MllllllllllllllllllllinilllllMI HAPPY PASSOVEB MRS R M. CALKINS AM) ASSOCIATES OF THE FRANCES MORANO BOARDING SCHOOL 218 S. W. 8th Ave.—Miami. Fla. I | I I MMHHHMIIIIMIIIIIMI BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiti i EL COMODORO HOTEL 88 s W. 8ECOND AVENUE Strictly Modern in Every Respect, Yet Reasonable in Price at All Seasons 250 ROOMS _o250 BATHS iHnniiitiiiiiimiiintM I | m | MUtmiUl.lllllliKii^u,,,,.!, BEST WISHES TO ALL for a HAPPY PASSOVER E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY 1 "liiiimiiiuiimiiii :iHliooilll,l,:i IMHIHIimiUHtlllllHIIIIIIIUlf



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    PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLOBDDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1938 TO SPEND PASSOYS-, now '. rt%  aU fron T. where • I -ber pan i • • • a n"\n; i MHH < T^ SOW BEING I'J 1 1\ BUB ; %  rett-fi e_eea "7 :T K K :t a: • r the RabfcU. TV—* JeHMI three RM rrotfarrs rj ir; tl %  • • RFOUAR MFFTIV, TO BF HKID n i • ^ • %  %  %  *-%  -. • %  -. • • • HOTFI TO H\VF U_t -.FTiORIM ____________— f. ili V €II T I! Bfn. of Miami IVarh. Arnold who i— <-ial student and art a-.i-it.int at the I'liiv-rsitr of Miami is a graduate %  • II mi Beach High .^'b'wl and ibowa remarkable ability in art. Th public is invit'd to attf-nd. r\wi\FR GREETINGS : I %  : %  r--z %  z'-: ; _M the • --—'. n_ :T % %  %  • : • N -. %  -.' M ?. %  -%  :-._•> W< -•-.• -i % %  vf tie troop %  ; I.T : -J• • • PASS-VB-. WINES \RE PR0V11>F1> FOR ARE-*. i %  : • %  ; --.-,; ._. i • ; •. T i -:-: T Fiwi.r-r* wi M •: t K M %  a J' • : %  ...... | r M F f £ T %  I •-•>— % %  •.' .i". i: :i%  • • :' B %  A %  1*1 p i Hotel ID-ad B n_f i %  -"• %  Xeaata—i -. -. :' M.. r Si %  FRED KING AND ASSOCIATES i | 1446 Oif-an Drive—I'honr .', i42 J MIAMF BEACH i I -.TOM i BNTtNTEO BY OV1KY .-. [ i ar i ••:— -•M: <::>> _Mai _a_tf Hriel % %  > p*rri*k>a to ianne koaber Paa*over oi. TT is f.b*-z : riwai aj :irf Mii=: H %  ".---:;-:-. RaSb* K^!'.:-r i=i M**rVtM* fcar* placefl i:= at ti* ji"ist xs --". i _H bottle -fll bear > irrtseot iaeel to -%  ••--. -----; :T %  • • P.UNTING TO BF K\HIBITED ...... ,. .• ,..-• %  JlJiWE IHIMatm TO WMF OELXGATES A TT ;ryri:: W""Zf ;'. Jccr --: zi> • :: Mo:i-7 j A--. •.i: B*-.i I>T-:i TV--; Tr.i tt :li n" %  be el*v-:-i tart—l • — F. i a'. C--^T52C; be heU h-a—j -_h Be—hw HUs-i tie ... BE?T WT8B-S F'--R A E\PFY PASSO\XR OVERSEAS TR...V>iPORTATI0N CO, I_. _• S. W N RiTer Drh-e PASS •TEB JTDGE HENRY L. 0PP1I1O11 OMaj -;)—f aa—Bj PATRONS AND FRIENDS MOUSELEYS SERVICE STATION 3.M C->n_ Are-ae MIAMI BE\CH Set your Passover table with L this Modern Dinner ware Modern accessory for your traditional piusover tables! Smooth, creamy diniierw-r. with Chin-berry Tree desigof dignified limplicity—in rich bine. 32-piece services for six axe moderately P !" ** 4 .98 OTHER PATTERNS IN LARG ER DINNERSETS MB t 4M Burdine's "ftp:r A SANS 37T 'ST :A>* Ell? TOO MARKOWITZ £ RESNICE 05 THE C—CLE— BUT OS THE SQUARE I??! BUC-TT* Bc-ilT_:i PHONE 3-3351