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

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

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PASSOVER EDITION
& Jewish Meridian

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VOLUME 12.NO. 13.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
PRICE FIVE CENTS
CQNGEBT TQ AID
TRADE SCHOOL
g the appearance in
; representatives of the
shiva Atzai Chaim and
l iol of Signet, Roumania,
roval <>f the worthiness
tution by Miami Rab
for a gala concert ar<
i leted by a committee
Rabbi Abraham A. Kell
Miami Jewish Orthodox
, tt on The concert will
Cantor Joseph Malek,
Maurice Mamches, Cantoi
\ Wroobel and Cantor Louis
who will be heard in a
of liturgical and folk mo-
nic, Wednesday evening, April -rth
.. p m.. at Congregation
Beth David, 135 N. W. Third Ave-
nue Miami.
Th. Yeshiva Atzai Chaim and
Trade School is one of the eldest
ilions of learning in Rou-
nul within the past several
as began training its stu-
*he art of production hos
iery, sweaters, etc.. ami the man
e >>f furniture.
public is asked to attend as
only a nominal charge will be made
ery excellent program pr
The committee has defi-
announced that there will be
als made.
France Prepares
Pro-Jewish Law
PASSOVER GREETINGS
- (WNS)France may
the first country in Eu-j
Soviet Russia included,
anti-Jewish propaganda In
-- is illegal ami punishable. |
A rei to this effect is scheduled
ne up at a cabinet session |
over by President Albert,
and will be passed if the |
11 : completes its agenda.
decree is not discussed
tl week, it will be passed at the j
next session. The Executive com-1
of the French Press Asso- [
ciation approved the projected de-.
cri which not only declares ra-
cial and religious offenses in news-
papers illegal, but also provides
that all newspapers receiving
fun,i from abroad must declare
the source and the amount receiv
d Some reactionary newspapers,
led by Le Jeur, opened a campaign
against the measure, asserting
that it "menaces freedom of the
press." This campaign, however.
**a vigorously countered in a
-tatement by Justice Minister
Marchandeau, author of the decree.
Emphasizing that the decree
[was important to French national
interests, M. Marchandeau declar-
|ed: "None will succeed in distract-
ing me from the duty of strength
ening our national unity in every
possible way. This will not affect
journalistic freedom."
Strictly Confidential.
NAZI HOT STUFF
With all the talk about the
growing strength of the under-
ground anti-Nazi movement in the
Reich We want t relay to you
rumor that reaches US from Dub
tin to the effect that the anti Nazi
revolt in Germany is scheduled to
flare forth before the end of 1939
. Some people bite off more
than they can chew, and others
bite off more than they can feed.
. The latter is the case with
Hen Hitler, for whom food supply 1
for Austrians and Sudeten Ger
mans is becoming a serious prob
lem. -It is to whet the appe
tite of the German people for
South American territory that
the Nazis have opened a perma-
nent exhibition showing the nat-
ural resources and prod/jets of
that continent And did you no-
tice Goebbel's speech at the open
in* of the Leipzig Trade Fair,
where Clubfoot No. 1 told his en-
thusiastic audience that the Nazis
would be able to run the U. B,
much better than the present ad
ministration. Tragic situat.ons
are developing in anti-Nazi Aryan
families who only recently man-
aged to get out of the Reich. -
The oldsters find themselves IB
violent conflict with their teen-
age children, who after six years
of Nazi education refuse to believe
that Hitler is anything less than
divinity.
ABROADCASTS
There is hope that Great Britain
will not curtail Jewish Immigra-
tion to Palestine too drastically.
because the Polish and Roumanian
governments are pleading with
Mr. Chamberlain to keep th"
gates open if he wants to prevent
anti-Jewish excesses in their coun
tries. Is it because he knows
how to move pawns on the politi-
cal board that Chamberlain is the
president of the Warwickshire.
England. Chess Association. He
doesn't know how to play chess,
but his friends insist that he'll
be the one to give the Nazis their
final checkmating- Of course
Nazi influence in Czech-Slovakia
had nothing to do with that order
for the removal of Thomas Mas-
aryk's portrait from the New York
Czech Consulate. The full story
of that mysterious airplane with
German officers aboard which was
wrecked in a French zone closed
t foreign air traffic won't be told
till the present European mess is
straightened outif by that time
1ST
New York, (WNS)Father
Charles E. Coughlin's radio talks
have incr tase 1 anti S I and
'.aused a decided backlash of anti-
Catholic prejudice in Ami rica" ac-
cording to the Rev. Walton K. Cole
of Toledo. Ohio, a si op-
aganda technique.
Addressing the Institute of
Arts and Sdonees at Columbia
University. Rev. Cole asserted the
"radio priest" was a propagandist
rather than an analytical student
and an "impassioned debator"
Nazi supplied sources in linking
lews with Communism and added:
He cited Father Coughlin's use of
"My experiences in speaking be-
fore forum audiences ami in con-
versing with many people of var-
ious religions, convinces me that
the effect 0f Father Coughlin's ad-
dresses last fall was to stir up
race and religious prejudices.
They not only increased anti-
Semitism in America, but they
have also caused a decided back-
lash of anti-Catholic feeling"
Youth Conference
Elects Julius Bisno
there are any survivors left to tell
the tale. The Nazis, feeling
that General Franco has all the
guns and ammunition lie needs by.
this time, are now smuggling them
to the Nazi "cell.-" in South
American countries, hidden in
bales ..f innocent-looking merchan-
dise. That's why a slight fire
in the hold of a German ship BO
often ouses a serious explosion
nowadays. .
HERE WE HEAR
Washington circles feel certain
that the mysterious SOS call some
weeks ago from a ship that never
was located came from a British
vessel accidenti'ly ftrpedoed by-
Nazis practising of the Canary
Islands, where thev have subma-
rine Vases now. To those pro-
F'""Mst socinlites who damn Roose-
velt and who recently forced the i
cancellation of an anti-Nazi lee- ,
ture at Palm Beach we would like i
ti point out that in the Reich to- [
day no business can keep more
than six percent of its profits. .
The rest must be put into govern-
ment bonds to finance the Nazi
armament program. And in the
light industries prices have been
so thoroughly regulated that it's
(Continued on Page 3, Section 1)
Washington'. (WNS) Julius
Bisno. Executive Secretary of
Aleph Zadik Aleph, the Junior
B'nai B'rith. was elected Chair
man of the National Conference
of Jewish Youth Organizations,
which was created last week at a,
meeting of representatives of 15
national youth organizations with
a combined membership of more
than lOO.ono.
Bringing together for th.' first
lime Zionist, mm Zionist, religious,
labor and scholastic Jewish youth,
the initial meeting in New York
City adopted a constitution estab-
lishing the conference as a per-
manent instrument of American
Jewish youth. Its primary func-
tion wi'l be to provide a forum and
spokesman for American Jewish
youth and to provide a medium
through which the various national
Jewish organizations may consult
on common problems and act in
concert on matters where senti-
ment for unified action emerges-
Emigres Leaving
for Chinese Haven
Frankfort-on-Main. (WNS)A
group of GOO Jews, mtn. women
and some children, including some
!>00 from Frankfort City and dis
trict. left on a special train for
Genoa, where they will embark
for Singapore. Shanghai and oth-
er far-Eastern points. With a few
exceptions the emigrants are
young or middle-aged. All pro-
fessions were represented.

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PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLQRIDIAN_
FRIDAY, MARCH 31.
1939
LEAVE FOR
NORTH
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wexler, both
associated with the Southern
Kosher Sausage Factory, Inc., left
for New York City Friday where
they will remain for the summer.

LUNCHEON
TO BE HELD
The Welfare Division of the
Emunah Chapter have completed
plans for their annual luncheon to
be held Monday, April 24th, from
11:00 a. m., to 2:30 p m., at the
Southern Cafeterias. All members
and friends are urged to attend as
the proceeds will go towards the
Masonic Home.

UNVEILING
IS HELD
The unveiling of the tombstone
t0 the memory of Anna Benjamin
Greenberg took place last Sunday
afternoon with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating, with members of the
family and friends present. After
Rahbi Shapiro's address. Eastern
Star services were held with Mrs.
Anne Reisman, worthy matron,
who gave a eulogy, followed by
Mrs. Lena Simon, secretary* who
gave an obituary on the life of
the deceased. Flowers of the col-
ors of the Order were placed on
the grave by members of the
Chapter participating.
*
BABY IS
BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz an-
nounce the birth of a baby son
Sunday. March 25th at the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
The Bris will take place Sunday
at the hospital. Both mother and
baby are doing nicely.
FLOWERS
FOR PASSOVER AND
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
FLOWERS
By Wire Anywhere
PHONE .V7.V27
Landscaping Maintenance
ARTISTIC
FLOWER SHOP
4.V-141st St. Miami Beach
GRADE"A"
GOAT MILK
Only licensed and inspected
'jo.it dairy in Soutli Florida
Visitors Welcome
Daily Delivery
DR. ELLIOTT'S
GOAT DAIRY
8900 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7--_932
VISITS IN
THE NORTH
Mrs. A. Wertheimer left recent-
ly for New Orleans, where she will
visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nathan
Eisenman, and will remain for sev-
eral weeks.
WEDDING
TAKES PLACE
The marriage of Miss Eva Wei-
ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isi-
dore Weiner, and Arthur Fay, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay, took
place Sunday in the study of Rabbi
Max Shapiro. The bride attended
school in Chicago. Mr. Fay at-
tended Miami schools and Blue
Ridge School of Hendersonville, >.'.
C. Following a honeymoon trip
through the state the couple will
reside at 1536 S. W. 9th Street-

WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
IS CELEBRATED
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzmar
of 926 Fifteenth Street, Miami
Beach, celebrated their thirtieth
wedding anniversary last wee'c
with an open house at their home.
They were assisted in entertaining
by their daughters and daughtei s-
in-law, Mrs- Leo Schwartz, Mrs.
Harry Cohen, Mrs- Jack and Mrs.
Edwin Peretzman- Over one hun-
dred guests attended-
VISITS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. M. R- Siegel,
Baltimore. Md., are visiting in
ami as the house guests of
Bertha B Levy.
of
Mi-
Mrs.
COUNCIL HOLDS
REGULAR FORUM
The forum sponsored by the
National Council of Jewish Wo-j
men will meet Friday afternoon at
2:00 p. m.. at the Evans Hotel,
Miami Beach- The guest speaker,
Mrs. J. Paul Reed, will speak on
"The Position of Women in Ja-
pan" Mrs. Reed, who with her
husband, Dr. Reed, professor of
sociology of the University of Mi-< of the twenty yeMW f ^ork^a.-
has returned from
AKBEITER RING TO
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
The twentieth anniversary of
the Arbeiter Ring Schools through
out the United States and Canada,
organized to further the study of
the Jewish language, culture and
history, will be celebrated soon.
The local branch of the Arbeiter
Ring will present a concert plan
nee" by the dramatic group; a not-
ed actor will be featured; Jewish
folk songs and recitations will be
rendered; and a distinguished
Jewish scholar, Mr. A. Blosteen of
Atlanta, Ga.. will give a resume
PASSOVER CARD PARTY
TO BE GIVEN
More than one hundred r <,-rva.
tions have been made foi
over card party sponsors
Lena Simon Club for 'i
of the Welfare Division
Emunah Chapter, to
Thursday afternoon, Aj.
2:00 p- m, at the horn.
Samuel Blank, hostess
Tree Drive, Miami Bea<
Mrs. Morris B. Frank,
assisting- There will be
freshments and varin
games. Tickets may be
from any member or al
The public is invited t
'>> the
f the
iv
6th at |
Mrs.
11 Pine I
with I
ten
Eei, re-1
"ard
ained I
door-1
an
where
eight
she
ami.
vear stay in Japan,
was a member of the faculty of
the girl's high school in Kobe, and
a member of the Kobe Womens
Cub and the International Wo-
men's Club.
Public speaking lessons on "Pre-
paring the Speech" will be given,
with Mrs. Julia R. Pearson giving
tho model talk on the topic "Hit-
lerthe Niebelung."
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will con-
tinue the study course on "The
Jew in the Making of America,"
the subject of this week's discus-
sion being "The American Jew in
the World War."
complished by the Arbeiter Ring
Schools in America, will comprise
the program. Details of the affair
will be announced at a later date.
PASSOVER GREE1
FLOWERS
FOR THE HOLIDA
GUARANTEED FRESH ( -
CUT FLOWERS- c '
PUNBRAti DBSli
FLOWERS BY WIT
SHROEDERS
TAMIAMI PLORST
(The Pioneer Trail F >:
3S19 S. W. SUl Si
PHONE 4-303'
It is my earnest
hope flint the
Jews this year
ami the years
to come in a y
enjoy peace and
happiness in this
troubled world.
BENJAMIN
AXELROAD
MAJOR JUDGE
ADVOCATE U. S. AHMV j
GEORGE LANGER SID LANGER
AND ASSOCIATES OK
THE SUNGAS COMPANY
1100 West Flagler Street
PHONE 2-3811
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
PROUDLY THE FRANK SEIDEN MANAGEMENT
ANNOUNCES
The Floridian Hotel
WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR THE COMING
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
WHICH COMMENCE
Monday, April 3rd and
Terminate April llth
A WELL KNOWN CANTOR ASSISTED BY AN
ORGANIZED CHOIR WILL OFFICIATE
DIETARY LAWS
STRICTLY OBSERVED
MIAMI AND THE BEACH


rKlDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
+------"
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
VOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
62". Mlrhipan Avenue
l'hoiif 5-1828
v SSOVBR PREPARATIONS
cordanco with Jewish tra-
Rabbi Meschcloff will this
Mfternoon deliver a tradi-
Shabboi Hagodol Pilpul at
m. The public is welcome.
likath Chametez, the seanh-
i,r and removal of chamets
- i.lace Sunday night. Biur
z. the burning of the gath
. hametz is to take place be-
10:00 a- m Monday morning.
;/ may be oaten until 9:00
Matzo may not be eaten
lay before the Seder.
MECHIRASS (HAMETZ
sale of chametz can be
,.1 through Rabbi Meschel
t.i Monday morning at 0:3(i
The Rabbi will be at the
irue from 4:00 to 7:00, and
- home mornings.
SITDM
the benefit of the first born,
Mescheloff will conduct a
on the tractate "Ayrchin"
lay morning at 8:30 at the
pie. Every first born male
i m>t intend fasting ercv
should attend this (unction,
WARNING
buy merchandise simply
,; with the words "Kosher
sach." Many articles so label-
in reality forbidden to be
on Passover. Unless the ar
. has an established Rabbinic
: sement beware of purchas
In all cases of doubt call
l your Rabbi for assurance.
ilar care should be taken in
.,>, of cakes, candies, and ar-
wrapped in bags
not eat at any place adver-
j: "Passover Meals," "Tradi
rial Seder." etc., without verify-
B the reliability of the estab
nent Eating establishments
: recognized as kosher through-
the year are not likely to be
- -t-r for Passover-
HOLIDAY GREETINGS.
Our Rabbi, Cantor and Sexton,
r officers, board members and
A HAPPY PASSOVER
from
j J. S. MAS'
PHARMACY
I ret and Washington Ave.
Phone 5-9958
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
< tva Friends and Patrons
HARRY TOREM
LEO AXLROD
ami Associates of
Knglander Elliott
Incorporated
B39 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-8800
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
110 Micliift.'in Avenue
'Phone 5-SU13
congregational and sisterhood
members join in wishing all our
friends a happy, kosher Passover.
HOLIDAY SERVICES
Services will be held the first
two evenings at G:00 p. m.j morn-
ings at 8:00 and it:00 a. m. Can
tor .Maurice Mamches will chant.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak the
first morning on "The New Exo
dus"; the second morning on "The
I eaven of the World."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SEDER
Our Religious School will con-
duct its annual model seder Thurs-
day night at 8:00 p. m. The Se-
der will include a "Professor
Quiz." a number of Passover songs
and refreshments. Parents anvl
friends of our school are all cor-
dially invited.
HABANOTH CELEBRATES
The Miami Reach Habanoth will
celebrate Passover with a party
and entertainment which will be
held at the home of the Rabbi Sat-
urday night. Choi Hamoed, at 7:30
p. m An interesting program is
being arranged. Refreshments will
be served-
PARENTS OF SCHOOL
CHILDREN
We plead with all parents of
school children to keep their chil-
dren out of public school the first
lw<> and last two days of Pass
over Send your children to our
services. Let them not envy the
non-Jew his Easter holidays. T.et
them enjoy our own beautiful and
inspiring holy days of Passover.
Join with them in making Pesach
a holiday of prayer, instruction
and enjoyment.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
R. W. (BOB)
RALSTON
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
To My
Jewish Friends
TOM WOOD
CONSTABLE
________i
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
To ALL MY JEWISH
FRIENDS
W. CECIL
WATSON
Clerk of
Criminal Court
PASSOVER GREETINGS MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE BALL AND CHAIN BAR DANCING
<)p|)osii. Tower Theatre 1513 S. W. Eighth Street

PASSOVER GREETINGS
BIGGER AND BETTER
PEPSI-COLA
FAMOUS FOR OVER :t'> YEARS
A SPARKLING, BRACING BEVERAGE
REFRESHING BEALTHFUL
PEPSI-COLA
A NICKLE DRINKWORTH A DIME
DURING PASSOVER
FISH
BAKER
FISH CO.
ALWAYS THE BEST
ALWAYS FRESH
PHONE 2-6534
S. W- 2nd Ave. and River
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Locally Produced Milk Ice Cream
Cottage Cheese
Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream
BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS
PHONE 2-8431
_J
I
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT FOR
OUR METHOD
BEST WISHESBEST OF LUCK
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Mike Dallett's Garage & Service Station
340 Twenty-Third Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WAITE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Kelvinators Stoves Water Coolers
1601 X. ]:. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1625
._______________.._ .. ,,,..i.f, ..
i
! i
PASSSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
COLLIN'S GARAGE
24 HOUR WRECKING SERVICE
REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES OF CARS
A COMPLETE SERVICE
VISIT OUR NEW AND UP-TO-DATE GARAGE
Second Street and First Court, S. W. Phone 3-7308
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MILLER-SMITH POULTRY CO.
FLORIDA FRESH EGGS EVERY DAY
102 \. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-4613
I
It is Our Pleasure to Extend to'Our
Many Jewish Friends and Pations
Sincere Good Wishes for aj
HAPPY PASSOVER
THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO.
4
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ONLY THE FINEST THE OCEAN PROVIDES"
A FULL LINE OF FRESH SEA FOODS
EAST COAST FISHERIES
360 West Flagler at Bridge
OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS
PHONE 3-5514
4
"i
JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY
ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF
COFFEES AND TEAS
507 Northwest Miami Court
Phone 2 2174
WISHES FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
\
Ref
DR. GEORGE F. EHRLINE
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN
39 S. E. Sixth S.ree.-Mi.mi-Te.ephone for Appointment 3-3861
SPECIAL MODALITIES
To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Wo Wish
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A
BLUE AND GRAY CAB
RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT
LOWEST MIAMI RATES
Call 2-4141 20 N. W. First Avenue
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 31 1939
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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 VOLUME 12NUMBER 13
SOCIETY
PASSOVER
Passover that great feast of liberation is once again with
us. Again we are to commemorate the great beginning of a
people destined to become one of the leading nations of the
world, not in a sense of great geographical possessions or great
armies and navies, nor even monetarily, but leaders in the spir.
itual sense Being looked up to as a peculiar people, perhaps,
because of our ability to assimilate and withstand persecution,
torture, degradations, masacres and what not, and never-the-less
coming back stronger, throughout the ages and remaining a de-
ciding factor in the world's affairs.
The Passover festival has special meaning this year
For those who fervently believe that the present tragedy en-
veloping more than half of world Jewry is a grim re-enactment
of history, Passover brings hope and encouragement. It is an-
other exhibit in the long line of historical evidence that the
Jewish people is an enduring and eternal nation.
Seder night is probably the most dramatic ritual of all Jew.
ish religious ceremonies. The festive table, the significance of
the matzoh, the open door for the Prophet Elijah, his waiting
wine glass, the naive voice of children intoning the "Manish-
tanoh,'' and, most of all, the reading of the Haggadah have in-
spired the poets and dramatists as the most imaginative of all
Jewish holidays. The Hagadah has been for many centuries the
most unique manifestation of Jewish art.
With the Haggadah in front of us we realize that never
has the Passover come with greater timeliness than in this
present year. Vast numbers of Jews are still in bondage. They
need encouragement of hope- They may find this in the re-
minder of the experience of their ancestors with a cruelty that
one would not have supposed to be surpassable until the old
Pharoah reappeared in more demoniac form in his more demor-
alized descendent, Hitler. They too lifted their eyes wonder-
ingly to Heaven and anticipated the question: "Whence shall
come my help?" God's plans work out slowly. He proceeds
by evolution, not by revolution. The time element is essential
to Him as it must be in greater degree to ourselves.
Wherever the Jew is burdened with one form or another
of bondage, let him not be discouraged. Let him bear in mind
that "the Guardian of Israel slumbers not" neither does He
sleep." Hitlerism cannot go on. It is contrary to the compul-
sion of civilization. Not only will it be defeated by the grow-
ing sentiments of humanity, but it will collapse in a complete
reversal- Meantime, the Jews of the world must remember,
that sufferance is the badge of the tribe of Israel." What an
opportunity for nobler self-realization the Jew of the world has
in this present crisis he has been compelled to suffer. He
should bear it with the conviction that since it must be borne
it shall not break him, but by his spiritual adaptation be con-
verted into a blessing. To this attitude the Jews of the world
today must commit themselves in relation to the tearful trag-
edy through which their people are passing.
Strictly Confidential
(Continued from Page 1)
a miracle when a manufacturer
makes any profit at all. Many
iayol Americans of German origin
wish they could let their kinsmen
in Naziland know that Germans
have become so unpopular in cer-
tain circles heredue to Joe Goeb-
bels' constant propaganda about
German "blood" solidaritythat
HOSTS AT
RECEPTION
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler were
hosts at a reception at their home
on Rivo Alto Island last Sunday
afternooiv to several hundred
guests, uhere the residents of Mi-
ami were given the opportunity
of meeting the refugees settled in
this area. Refreshments were
served.

TO SPEND
HOLIDAYS HERE
Mis.< Harriette Tobin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Tol in of '.'"'.
Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach,
returned to the city to- spend the
Passover holidays with her par
ents. Miss Tobin is a Junior at
the Florida State College for Wo-
men.

PALESTINIAN
IMCTl'RES SHOWN
Many compliments have been
received by the Rev. W. J Church-
well of the First Methodist Epis-
copal Church. Miami Bea h. who
sponsored the showing of picture"
of the "Present Day Palestine."
last Thursday evening at Flamin
go Park. After the showii .
tin- picture- a c dlection for the
!i nefit of the German rel
was taken- One hundred ami five
dollars and twenty-nine cents
collected and turned over '
William Taradash. member
local committee.
* *
YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB
ADOPTS RESOLUTION
At the State convention of the
Young Democratic Clubs held last
week-emi at Ocala, Florida, the
following resolution introduced by
Sidney Segall. delegate of Dade
County, was unanimously adopted:
WHEREAS, the Young Demo-
crats of Florida, as affiliates of
the Democratic Party of this coun
try, recognize the crisis which
faces World Democracy today, and
WHEREAS, it is the desire of
this Florida State Convention of
Young Democrats to express its
continued faith in the democratic
form of government and in demo-
cratic principles,
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLV-
ED, that the Young Democrats of
Florida, in Convention asembled.
officially oppose Nazism, Fascism.
Communism and any other ism ex-^
cept Americanism, as un-Amcricaiv
and undemocratic;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that this Convention hereby pro-
poses the immediate passage of
legislation by the State Legisla-
ture which would prohibit and
make unlawful the dissemination
and distribution of literature or
propaganda which is un-Americar;
and tends to destroy or undermine
the true principles of American
democracy.

CARD PARTY TO
BE SPONSORED
Sunday evening. April 16th the
Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor a card party at the Clay Hotel
1438 Washington Avenue, Miimi
Beach, with Mrs. Jean Seitlin and
Mrs. Harry Sootin as hostes.es
during the evening. Varrous -*ara
games will be played and ref-esh-
meivts served. Tickets may be
obtained from any member of the
Sisterhood. The public is cordially
invited to attend as an enjoyaM.'
evening is promised.
they find it almost impossible to
get jobs. Orchids to Ernest L.
Meyer of the New York Post for
coining the name "Bunditti" for
fuehrer Fritz Julius Kuhn's gang.
I -Miami! Mo.t Beautiful Bar" America'! Famou* Beers on D. -,ht !
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
Where All Good Sports Meet The Best Beer, in Town j
| 279 East Flagler St. (Opp. Cor. Elks Club, Phone I
I ANHEUSER-BUSCH MICHELO?
I el Is Supplv You During Passover j
STRICTLY FRESH FISH
STANDARD FISH COMPANY
KKi.') S. VY. 8th Street Phone,2-3.W2
THE GOLDSTROM BAKING CO.
1349 Washington Avenue Miami Beac'-.
EXTENDS TO ALL
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER

:
i
. BEST WISHES TO ALL ol'li JEWISH FRIEN |
FOH A IIAl'I'V PAS80VEH
LOUI s
VOl'K HAIRDRESSER
231 HaU-von A rend* So- 1 Phone 2-1 1 J
M 1 A M I : FLO] ; i DA
A HAPPY PASSOVER
JUDGE \V. F. BLANTON
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
E. B. LEATHERMAN
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY
-. :
] FOR YOUR PASSOVER WE SUGGEST BREAKSTONE S I
BREAKSTONE'S PRODUCTS
Butter and Cheese Products
rib*? TM
Obtainable at your grocery store or from a
Southern Dairies Milkman.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC.
PHONE 2-8431

THE NASH HOTEL
1120 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Cordially Invite You to Spend Your Paasovi r
Holidays With Is in Our Dining Room,
where Homelike Atmosphere prevail
Cantor L. Goldberg Will Officiate
DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED
FOR (HOICK ACCOMMODATION'S
EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED
PHONE 5-4641
I
To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand
AUGUST BROS.
DELICIOUS PRODUCTS
A complete line of Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, Nut
Cake, Sponge Cake Holiday Delicacies, all Reasonably
priced. At all leading Delicatessen and Grocery
Stores, or at Our Bakery.
AUGUST BROS.
361 S. W. Eighth Street
Phone 2-2792


It-RIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDTAN
PAGE FIVE
B'NAI B'RITH
T
BRIEFS
BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL
rding to reports which have
, to our attention, Sholera
. membership drive has re
itself into a joh under the
, of Brother "Mattey"
. chairman, and Brother
Frankel, Miami Beach, co-
rn. Congratulations on your
efforts, Brothers. We
that the other Brothers of
Lodge should awaken to
ilization of their respon'si
Brothers and lend some
operation to the member-
mmittee instead of sitting
v along the side lines.
B'rith has evidenced its in
n the work of refugees in
a Brother R. R Adler
-i at a reception for refu
ven at his beautiful home
i Alto Isle. This was a
I gesture and should serve
edent for similar occas-
the future. It serves n
lable purpose in that il
spirit of friendship and
od between unfortunate
and fortunate American
St. Petersburg Notes
Miss Jerry Cohen was the guest
of honor at a surprise party given
in honor of her birthday at the
home of Miss Lillian Gordon.
The A Z A. had their Sabbatn
night at Temple Beth El Friday
night Marshall Cohen gave the
Sermon and Murray Yosim con-
ducted the Bervice. A large crowj
attended<
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid
Society held their regular mering
Tuesday evening. After a short
business meeting a social hour
was enjoyed. Mrs. Clara A. Wil-
liams served refreshments .
The Judaic Council held a musi-
cal entertainment Sunday evening.
S. D., enjoyed a weiner roast at
St- Petersburg Beach Sunday ev-
ening. Evelyn Fortenoff will be
hostess at the next meeting.
Miss Florien Sihindler has just
returned from New York City af
ter an extended visit with 'da-
tives and friends.
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid
Society will hold their weekly card
party Sunday evening with Mrs
M. Rosenberg and Mrs. S. Schwartz
acting as hosteses.
Miss Ruth Silverman of Jersey
City, \. J., is the guest of M'.--
Rose Shapiro.
Members and friends of the H.
tion, investigate and report orf
ways and means of dealing with
the question. We suggest that the
good Brothers who were selected
on said committee get off the
"bench" and get into the "ball"
game.
- truly" WOUld like to call
ention to the fact that
Lodge passed a motion' or
on in reference to the eco-
ycott of aggressor na
ind that a committee was
ed to handle the proposi-
Brother Adelman. chairman of
the A. '/.. A. committee, conducted
the formal installation of a r.viv
A. '/.. A. chapter at Miami Beach
.>n Sunday. March 26th. Your
writer was out of town on that
iccasion. but learned since return
lat the ceremonies w< re very
impressive and that a fine group
of Junior Ben B'riths has been or-
ganized at the Beach. Orchids to
Brother Adelman. Sholem Lodge
appreciates the constructive work
you are doing.
Alvin Cohen, formally of this
city, a student at the University
of Florida, was initiated into the
Gamma Sigma Epsilca honorary
anil ntitional chemical society.
HAPPY PASSOVER
Gene's Market
FINE MEATS
22 X. W. 36th street
Phone 2-5211
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE, Inc.
100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411
J
r-
II
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TANNER'S GROCERY STORES
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
263 W. Flagler Street 1753 N E. 2nd Avenue
1906 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables
IEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
L. AND A. GARAGE
I1
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURE
BARGAINS!
"We Refuse To Be Undersold'
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4132
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
INC.
37th St. and Normal Ave.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked
Meats
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELICATESSEN
Now Obtainable Every-
where in Florida
' ID Meridian Aveiuit
Phone .">-.">24:>
MIAMI BEACH
THE RIFAS FAMILY
and the
MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO.
41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
EXTEND TO ALL SINCERE WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
Th
HELENE HOTEL
1030 FIFTEENTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
IS NOW ACCEPTING
RESERVATIONS FOR THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
PHONE 5-5891
9 Serving- M
Floridas Finest
American-Jewish
Dinner"
ST REGIS
RESTAURANT
44 6 COlUN/ AVt
AAIANM
BEACH ; ,
Oo You
Own
Your Home?
There never wae better time
than new to build one
The Liberal Financing Throuo.ii
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes M Possible
(Jive me a call and I will Kladly
nelp you to get the beat ooe-
Jble Information ae to IU Dlan.
H. SIMONS
Care Ackerman ln. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-3161
WISHING ALL A
HAPPY PASSOVER
JOSEPH J. RAWLSON
Interior Decorator and
Upholsterer
157 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-8939
r*S55lJST BROS. R|?
iT" is the BEST'
---------------------------------------1
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
RICHARD A.
BELSHAM
Structural Engineer
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS j
Kantro Nursery
,+
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Acme Supply Co.
134 N. E. Sixth Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
I
GREETINGS TO OCR
JEWISH FRIENDS
:il .v. s. \\\ 23rd St reel I
Any Kind of Soil
$1.00 Per Yard
Muck, Marl or Mixed
Cow Manure, 3 bags $1.00 {
BITTER BLUE SOD
BEST W INI IKS
tot ;i
HAPPY PASSOVER
J. LAMAR
PAXON
(COUNTY COMMISSIONER
i R. W. Brown & Co.
Complete Growers
Supplies
Phone 1-3375S. Miami
Phone 1-2620Homestead
PASSOVEH GREETINGS
Joseph R. Stein
And Associates
SOUTHERN
LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS j
ITiiii N. W- 7th Avenut
PHONE 2-6149
GREYHOUND LINES
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION wj. 101Q
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM t ft. D-lol2
515 WASHINGTON AVENUE
563 COLLINS AVENUE
Fop a Lovelier, Happier and More Joyful i
/ /
/ /
PASSOVER
SIT PALMER'S
j V I SI T P A LMER'S
Pre-Easter Shoe Sale!
j A Complete Assortment of Shoes for
j MOTHER, DAI), SISTER and BROTHER I
i ,_.______________________
:
AT GREAT SAVINGS!
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UAGE SIX
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 31
1939
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY FARRY SCHWARTZ)
PASSOVER TO ItEGIN MONDAY
MONDAY, APRIL 3RD
Iiv observance of Passover the
Y. building will close Monday ev-
ening:, April 3rd at 5:30 p. in. and
reopen again Wednesday evening,
April 5th at 6:00 o'clock On Sun-
day evening. April Sth at 5:30
o'clock the Y. will again close and
will reopeiv at the termination of
the holidays on Tuesday evening,
April 11th at 6:00 o'clock.
Y SECURES BAYFRONT PARK
FOR MINSTREL
Through the efforts of Maurice
Grossman, executive director, the
,Y- secured Hayfront Park to hold
their minstrel show about June
6th or 7th. This will be one of
the most gigantic enterprises ever
undertaken by the organization.
According to Al Keisman and Lou
Safan co-chairmen, many members
have already registered to take
part in this show. We need sing-
ers, dancers, chorus men and wo-
men. In fact if you have any tab
nt at all, please see the executive
director. We are happy to an-
nounce that we have been fortu-
nate to secure the services of Mr.
Sam Schulwolfe, to assist us with
the minstrel. Mr. Schulwolfe has
had a wide experience with min-
strel shows throughout the South
and his association with the V.
will aid greatly in its preparation.
HELLO SPORT, YOU TOO. NAT
There are 4 teams in the Com-
mercial Bowling League consisting
r
Best Wishes to Our Many
Friends and Patrons
for a most
HAPPY PASSOVER
SOUTHLAND
MOTORS,
INC.
Clarence C. Carr, Pres.
220 N\ E. 13th Street
Your "Chevrolet Dealer"
WISHING ALL A
HAPPY PASSOVER
F. L. DAVIS CO.
INC.
WHOLESALE
TOBACCONISTS
.->4s X. E. First Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
FRED L.
ELLINGTON
Automobile Repairing
In All Branches
3091 Oak Avenue
Coconut Grove
PHONE 4-2487
-1
WE DISTRIBUTE THE ONLY
KOSHER PASSOVER WINES
Bottled Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A KELLNER OF MIAMI
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF OF MIAMI BEACH
We Also Carry a Complete Assortment of
CARMEL PALESTINE AND E. & K. WINES
ASK FOR THIS BRAND
"\
nos5
.
\m.-
PORT WINE
ALCOHOL 19* TO 21* BY VOLUME
MIAMI, FLA
' ft O T T I. D (MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS,
SOT7UE0 UNDER STRICT SUPERVISION IN
ACCORDANCE WITH ORTHODOX JEWISH LAW.
MANHATTAN DISTRIBUTORS, Inc.
110 Northwest Fourth Street, Miami, Florida
33412 PHONE 38641
of the Y. M H. A. White* and Y-
M. H. A. Blues. Flexitime Neon and
Neon by Borgaiv. After two hoc-
tic weeks of battling all four
teams are at a Mexican standoff
with 3 victories and li defeats each.
Hal Levinson was the hero of las!
week's battles when he came thru
in the last frame with a spare fol
lowed by a strike in the duckpins
to snatch victory from the Flex
lume team by a 3 point margin.
Come up to the Miami Recreation
Parlors any Monday or Thursday
and watch the boys do battle. It's
great satisfaction to have someone
pay for your bowling games and
I do mean you, Nat Blumberg.
Watch for next week's list.

HAPPY PA8SOVER
JAMES M. FORREST
:>HI N Miami A
With the culmination of the bas-
ketball season the members of the
Y. will be afforded the choice of
diamondball or volleyball. Aaron
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FLORIDA GLASS
MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of
BottlesJarsEtc.
1G7 \. E. 29th St reel
MIAMI. FLORIDA
FOR AN ENJOYABLE
Passover
Make Your Reservations
at
JOE RUBIN
Second St. at Collins Ave.
MARTIN COCHEM
"Well known Personality"
will officiate at the services.
REASONABLE RATES
FOR THE SADERS
Or for the Entire Week
and Doc Weinkle were again ap-
pointed co-managers of the 1939
diamondball team after their most
successful triumph of last season
when they won the Daily News
Golden Ball championship. We are
looking for a coach for the volley-
ball groups, which will Ret under
way rlghl after Passover- How
about you and you
____________ BEST WISHES Fi iR
SUB JUNIOR V. DEFEATS A HAPPY PASSOVER
V. M C. A. PING PONG TEAM HOTEL EUCLID
320 Euclid Av.-i
Last Wednesday the recently I
(Continued on Page Seven) I fc
MIAMI BEAl []
PAN-AMERICAN AIRWAYS
RESTAURANT
OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAV
EXTENDS THE HANI) OF FELLOWSHIP
The coolest and mosl distinctive Marine Reataumi
in Miami
WHERE SOUTH MEETS NORTH
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Cocktail Lounge
PAN AMERICAN AIRPORT
PHONE
IT IS OUR PLEASURE
T
AND PATRONS OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BELCHER OIL CO.
1217 Biscayne Boulevard
Phone 2-7425
Nijrlit Calls 2-742*
~n
YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
noBbws

Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
Beth Jacob Cong. Miami Beach of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
GRADE "A" MILKSWEET BUTTERSWEET
CREAMSOUR CREAMCOTTAGE CHEESE
ICE CREAM AND ICES
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US
MIAMI BLACK FLA
PHONE 5-5537


FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
SOCIETY
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
EXHOUSES WAR VETERANS
During the convention' of the
piorda Rabbinical Association, the
p, -t (if Jewish War Veterans
ted permission from Presi-
,],.,- Rabbi Kaplan, to appear be-
| f, the body- President Rabbi
1 graciously consented, and |
fficers of this organization, [
Harry Markowitz. Nat;
r :,1 J. William Baros, spoke
exti poraneoutly to this august
xplaining the aims and ob-
,<{ what the Jewish War
\, < ,,f the United States
for-
lediately after their remarks1
binical Association passed
u ion endorsing the objec-
. of this organisation'
e gathering, there were
Chaplain* of Jewish War
Posts in Florida, namely;
Meacheloff of the Miami
Rabbi Greenstein of the
Palm Reach Post, and Rabbi |
the Orlando Post.
*
YOUNG JL'DEA
ELECTS OFFICERS
At the last meeting of the
Stephen S. Wise Tamar De Sola
Pool Young Judea Club of Miami,
election of officers Was held. Those
elected were Henry Mendell, pres-
ident; Irene Jacobs, vice-president;
Claire Brown, secretary; Seymour
Hinkes, treasurer; Ester Lea Sil-
verman, Alvin Schwartz, Sunshine
Fagan. Aaron Rosenthal, and Mel-
vin Wohl. board of directors; So-
phia Tendrich, J- N. F. chairman;
ar.^l I/ouis Fine, Keren HanoaT
chairman. Advisors of the group
arc Miss Adele Segall, Sidney Se-
gal! and Nathan Zwitman- The
next mettir.'g will be held Wednes-
day, April 5th.
Y. M. H. H. NOTES
Continued from Page Six)
ions for many other attractions to
interest the present membership
as well as particular new mem-
bers: Milt Friedman, our erst-
while president is up and out of a
sick bed after taking a swiff of
the flowers the board sent him:
Congrats to Manny Tietler who
was made leader of the Boy Scouts
Troop (1 due to the absence of
Harry Saul: At the present time
the "Y" is the scene of much ac-
tivity with the following clubs
meeting weekly: Y. M. H. A.; Y
W. H. A.; Junior Y. M. H. A ;
Boy Scouts; Girl Scouts; Sigma
Phi Fraternity; A. Z. A., and re
cent addition of Sons ami Daugh-
ters of Workmen's Circle: Mickey
I.ubel. former Y M. H. A. star,
now with the Y. M C. A., done
himself proud in lcding all the
scorers in the recent gold medal
cage tourney, also being placed on
the first all-star team: Mozel
Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Marty Mil-
stein (upon the birth of a baby
boy) mother doiwg well and fath-
er bowling 'em over for the "l
duckpin team: They say the proof
of the pudding is in the eating,
well when we consider all the folks
who have recently become mem-
bers of the Y. M. H. A., and its
affiliates, unsolicited, the future
success of the organization is as-
sured. What are you waiting for?
JOIN NOW, WE NEED YOU.
Vi
R .
V
VI i V Z. A. CHAPTER
Hill lS INSTALLATION
/
formed sub Junior group with
Marvin Apte as manager, defeated
the Y. M. C. A in all six of their
matches, at the hitter's building-
Starring for the Y. M. II A., were:
Teddy Sackowitz. -Lick Rosenthal,
.loel Diamond, Murry Zohn, Her-
bert Ornstein (captain) and Nor
ton Pallot Nice start boys

Royal Pslm Chapter of A.
\ held their public instal
.. Sunday evening, March 20th
plan Hall. Miami, at 8:00 p.
Following the installation, re-
nts were served. Those
tailed were: Dick Hold-i
president; Jack Rubin, vice
resident; Stanley Ratner, secre-1
.: Edwin Chentoff, treasurer;
rwin Blumberg, publicity chair-
an; Harold Levinson, sargeant- ;
ms; Jack Metzger, assistant
g ;mt-at arms; Bob Kantor.
tor; Frank and George Berlin.
Bearman and Lloyd Card- |
r. members at large.
This chapter meets every Mon
evening at 7:30 and armounc-
ii they will be glad to assist
ooperate with other chapters]
organisations in the city. Mr-
S ithan Adelman' and Dr. Benj.
man are advisors to this
WHAT'S WHAT AROUND TOWN
Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Blumberg who celebrated their
12th wedding anniversary last
Monday: An orchid to the Y. M
H. A finance committee headed
by Herman Waitsman who are los-;
ing no time in fencing the "Y"
athletic field and making provis-
. GREETINGS
Tamiami Cycle
Company
1561 s. \V. Eighth St.
MIAMI
1623 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
sa
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Modern Cleaners
712 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
NEWS TOWER
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
and SUPPLY CO.
E. W CARTER
2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue
.MIAMI

GREETINGS J
VILLAGE PHOTO SHOP |
Photo Finishing and Miniature j
Developing Service
425 Espanola Way
MIAMI BEACH I
BEST WISHES FOR
\ HAPPY PASSOVER
SAM BEN SERVICE
STATION
522 Meridian Aw.
Miami Beach
USE
'HOME MILK**
KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the
year, you will appreciate its high quality during' the Pass-
over, when these delicious and wholesome necessities wiU
be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward
counties. .
It it entirely in the spirit of service rather than yrth
the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Paswver
Dairy Products is offered to you. This service k^ ag-
nation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout
the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewiih mrtatyLaw. is
observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
All religious requirements are under the supervision ol.
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
ORDER NOW
CALL, WRITE OR PHONE
Home Milk Producers
Association
769 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-7696
Miami
813 Los Olas Blvd.
Phone 613
Fort Lauderdale
HAPPY PASSOVER
MILLS
ROCK CO.
301 N. W- 79th Street
PHONE 7-3077
AS USUAL THE
ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN
170 Northwest Fifth Street
WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT!
A complete lne cf Manischewitz, Goodman, London
Ko.cv.itr.-Margartten and Streit Matzos
Matzo Products, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes
Nuts, Spices, Vinegar, Nya Fat
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
| MIAMI PANTS
STORES, Inc.
208 N. Miami Avenue
J. D. SIMONS, Mgr.
i
Miami. Florida
BEST WI si il'.s FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Magic City
Transfer Co.
901 N. W. Fifth Avenue
PHONE 2-4072
---------- WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
RABBI ABB AH AM A KELLNER
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
GRADE "A" Mil KSWEET BUTTERSWEET
CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE
AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US
jFLORIP/^
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re^hVtfen^vcemJnT And buy ail you .ee our Demonstra-
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pat* you ytart ahead in every way
CONVENIENT TERMS AS LOW AS 25c A DAY
buy till you
tion. Come in today.
_ J
MIAMI APPLIANCE CO.
1133 West Flagler Street
Phone 2-3384


rAGE EIGHT
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH ai a

I



A Passover Message
R. R. .AM.ER. President Jewish
Welfare Bureau
At the annual recurrence of our
Pasover festival it is the custom
of Jews the world over to rejoice.
We again relive the deliverance
of our people from Egyptian bond-
age and celebrate the observance
in our ceremonies It is a happy
holiday.
How shall the Jew celebrate the
Passover festival in this year of
1939? The condition of world!
Jewry the world over is too well'
known to require repetition here.
With our brethren overseas in the!
gip of a new bondage and with
ami Semitic outburst" h'-re in Otn
mn land of religious freedom. ..
hfwa *ha!l we face the '<.].-!,ration I
of a former deliverance? I
The answer is plain We must
I face the coming holiday with in-
telligence and courage, as distin-
guished from hysteria and fear
( When we gather together for the
service at the Sader table, we must
learn anew, from it the lesson
which it teachesthat the Jew-
has endured trials and tribulations
before, and that we will emerge
from this dark phase of our his-
tory, out of the shadows and into
the light- just as we have done be-
fore.
All this, however, require* more
than mere words of optimism.
Words must be backed by action;
and action, to be effective must
be calm, analytical, intelligent and
collective. We have in Greater
Miami- organizations taking 'are
work. Each organization has its
SAVE with
SAFETY
iiNSURED>.
Place Yow Savings Where They
Will Receive Federal Pro-
tection and Federal
Supervision
Wt Matt
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4%
On
Savings
1ACH ACCOUNT INSURED
UP TO $5,000
of various phases of our Jewiih
own particular field of endeavor,
and each organization, in order to
function properly, effectively, and
for the betterment of the commu-
nity, needs the support and co-
operation of every Jewish ;
in the community. We have in
Miami many Jewish organizations
serving our community ... if you
need someone to guide or assist
you telephone these organizations.
They will tell you whom to con-
sult for assistance or guidance and
advice-
If Jewish communal problems
come to your attention- please, for
your own sake and for the >ake
of the rest of the community, do
not attempt to handle the matter
ir own way <'<>nsu!t your
organizations: confer with them.
Community matters should bi ;i I
upon by the community Do
n .....1: "petty publicity"
wrong placi Use you
ium for your own news. A I
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but by cooperative, in a<
tion, Jewry thi
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
face the dawn of a new Passover
with confidence and high courage,
secure in the knowledge that we
must, we shall- we will survive-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ONE
HADASSAH
THE HEALING OF THE
DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE
(By Frieda Lutsky)
The way of Fascism is to dem-
oralise and confuse the mind. It
cloaks its weaknesses, and its
crimesagainst humanity, by per-
secuting minorities. Today, in
this modern massacre, precipitated
CROWLEY'S
Inc.
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Dairy Products
17l'."> NT W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-5603
MIAMI. FLORIDA
j THE FENCE MAN !
Builds
FENCES
TENNIS COURTS
Ornamental Entrances
Also Distributors for
Lingo Steel Flag Poles
Shagged and Tapered
M. E. WILSON
PHONE 7-2237
P. o. Box .!")7:t
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Fat Select Poultn
Ducks
i
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t
Fowls Soft
Roasters Fryers
Broilers
RABBI It I) MINDBLL
11, Kill Poultry According
to Jewish Law
Daily Except Saturday
8:30 to 11:00 P. M.
Thursday until ." :'Mi
Saturday Evening
All Chickens Killed by the
Rabbi will Bear his Stamp
Better Poultry and Errs
Fresh Florida Select Errs
I
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! 317 N. W. Fifth St.
Those attending the State Conference of the Rabbinical
Association were: first row: Rabbi Gustave Housman, Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi P. Zissman, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, Rabbi Morris Skop, Rabbi Man-
uel Greenstein, Rabbi Pizer Jacobs Second row: Rabbi A.
S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi David Bogner. Dr. Carl N. Herman-
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Rabbi David Zielonka, Rabbi
Adolph Burger and Rabbi M. D. Margolis.
by dictatorswe are the
victims, for the ills of the world.
hoice independently: and on that meat
dictatorships nourish and germ-
inat.
A role which is not new to us.
_, ... We must take heed of these
The -eeds of dissention. and in- ominolIS Warnlnga-and threats to I
tolerance created by anti Semit- our safety. No longer can we be |
ism is everywhere. The moral smug in our security or dwell in
pollution given currency through an abvss of emptiness and ignor-
, v i ance. No longer can we be path-
false propaganda has assumed ,. ... .___ r ,
' s etic to the merciless blows being
Startling proportions. Peddlers slruck at oul. people abroati and
of race hatewith their corrupt the virulent campaigns against us
ing lies, are trying to erode the here. The magnitude of our prob- |
public mind. Massesdo not think lem exceeds imagination, and de-
mands thoughtful action.
----- We must refute lies, and scur-
., rilOUS scandals against our race
| our literature, our customs, and |
To do this, v/e need clear pene-
trating light on Jewish life, and
its problems. We need the sup-
port of wisdomand knowledge,
to gi.'e us courage. Knowledge is
power, and only through education
can we acquire the courage with
which to build within ourselves
strongholds to fortify our rights.
We must know something about
the Jews, other than the fact that
we are Jews. We need morale
We need self respect We need
reassurance of our significance,
and our purpose. Defeatism is not
Jewish. Surely our existence is
not merely ordained for defense
against anti-Semitism. There is
more in our life than suffering and
sorrow. Our ancestors lived
through umitigated hells to pres-
erve itand we must do the same
ifx necessary. We need the
knowledge, and the inspiration of
our past, so that we can more
keenly feel our destiny and with
greater understanding tranaend
our presen problems intelligently.
"Each of su carries the burden
of our race." To us has been en-
, trusted a legacy, a heritage, a ci'.l-
'ture worthy of preservation. We
must persist and preserve that
I heritage and fulfill our destiny.
Hadassah ha3 been among the
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HAPPY PASSOVER
our aspirations. We must combat
eignorance by spreading truth, and
Otate EleCtriC CO. J information. We must blast dis-
MAX KASSELMAN
Electrical Contractors
1211 Sixth Street
Phone 5-9851
Miami Beach
j tortions; by amalgamating what
strength we have against these
ruthless forces that wish to de-
stroy us.
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
LAKEIN
JEWELRY CO.
11 lii Lincoln Road
ISIDORE LAKEIN
and ASSOCIATES
t
HAPPY PASSOVER
STANEYS CASH STORE
528 X. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-9138
PASSOVKR GREETINGS
j MIAMI TRADING AND
RESTAURANT SUPPLY Co
A\.
with
CANTOR MAX BACH
Conducting the Sedurim
For Reservations
PHONE 5-3491
PHONE D-34tfi j ; |
BAGGAGE TRANSFER
J 0 N E S
j Miami Beach Express Co.
i 5th St. Miami Beach
'hone 5-3107
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NEW
by MAIDEN FORM
There's a trend in fashion lo
"pointed roundness" of bosom
and Maiden Form achieve*
il beautifully in this lovely
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time give* you fine uplift aa*
marked "separation."
In rVl, Uc* or Fmbri^
COtSITandllNGIRIpHOl'
nii.i.nt1'
GREETINGS
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
1782 X. W. 8flth SI net
Imported and Domestic I
Delicacies
Sincere Wishes for
i
mccre v* isiich '<"
A HAPPY PASSOVKR j
| A. BLATT & ASSOCIATES
DELMAN
SHOE SALON
1101 Lincoln Road
HIIKK> \ >I\IDK\ KII1M I OK I.VI.KY HI'K OK
f .
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
PURITAN DAIRY
INC.
160 N. B. 30th Street
Phone 3-5833
first to realize the importance of
Jewish education. Long before
the present catastrophe Hadas-
sah saw the need for knowledge,
and understandingof the danger
of the totalarian concept to Jews
as a minority. Hadassah saw its
ultimate destruction not only of
justice, liberty but of progress,
science, education, industry and
religion.
It inaugurated in its platform
a fine educational program. Tak-
(Continued on Page 51
Dixie Broom Co. j
Manufacturer of
HIGH GRADE MOPS
AND BROOMS
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Jones Lumber Co.
j PASSOVER GREETINGS
! J. H. Hagood Co.
Apartment Supplies
i :i8(H X. E. 2nd Avenue
L
2468 X. W. 33rd Street
I'AssoYKH GREETINGS
To Our
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. Dredging
I & Construction Co.
Postal Building
MIAMI- FLORIDA
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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
HENRY R.
CHASE
CHIEF
AND ASSOCIATES
MIAMI FIRE
DEPARTMENT
1166 X. Miami Ave. |
NEMO
HOTEL
Collins Ave at First St.
Miami Beach, Florida
Announces Passover
Servict
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Griffen Tire Co.
36 N. W. First Avenue
M IA MI
TIRES TIRE REPAIRS
<;.\s OIL GREASE
Phone 2-8928
A HAPPY PASSOVER
! DAVID T. ELLIS
ARCHITECT
14"><> Washington Aveiuu
MIAMI BEACH
We Extend Greetings on
the Occasion of
PASSOVER
WE ARE THE
O 1TL Y

exclusively
JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
IX THE GREATER
MIAMI AREA
Phone 3-3431
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GREATER MIAMI
'JEWISH FUNERAL HOMEJ
710 S. W. 12th Avenue
AGAIN WE BXTEND GREETINGS
On the Occasion of the Passoven
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
100 East Flagler Street
AT YOUR SERVICE
Passover Greetings to all the Jewish People
PHOHE 3-2693

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MIAMI. FLORIDA


PAGE TWO
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 31 L339


. 1

CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 497 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR
THE YEAR
Daily services at 7:00 a- m., and
5:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services Saturday
morning at 8:30.
Junior Congregation Services
Saturday morning at 10:30.
Daily Hebrew School3:15 to
6:15 p. m.
Sunday SchoolSunday at 10:00
o'clock.
Bar Mitzvah GroupSunday at
9:00 o'clock.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
As is the custom at Beth David
to terminate our Late Friday Ev-
ening Services with "Shabbos
Hagodol." we shall close the ser-1
ies for the season this coming Fri-
day evening at 8:15 p. m. The;
Boy Scouts of Miami will be the I
guests of the Congregation during
the services- Rabbi Max Shapiro
will discuss the subject: "Preserv-
ing American and Jewish Demo-
cracy." Cantor Louis Hayman as-
sisted by the Beth David choir will
Chant the liturgic melodies. Mr.
M. J. Kopelowitz, president of the
congregation, will officially ad-
dress the congregants and close
the series-
The late Friday evening services
do not supplant any daily or Sab-
bath service held at the synagogue.
They merely complement and sup
plement the other spiritual and
cultural activities. We urge our
members and friends to be pres-
ent at this closing service.
SABBATH SERVICES
During the services Saturday
morning at 9:00, Bernard, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fried, will
become Bar Mitzvah. May he be
a constant joy to his parents and
friendi.
The Junior Congregation will
meet at 10:30 Saturday morning.
We request parents to bring their
children for the next two Sabbaths
for with "Shabbos of Pesach" we
will bring to a close the Junior
services which are indeed inspira-
tional.
PASSOVER CELEBRATION
Monday evening will usher in
the Feast of Passover and will last
until sunset Tuesday. April 11th-
We definitely urge our members
and friends to attend Synagogual
services at least the first two days
(Tuesday and Wednesday) and
the last two days (Monday, April
10th and Tuesday, April 11th.)
Tuesday morning, April 4th at
9:30 Rabbi Shapiro will preach in
Yiddish on the subject "Passover-
Joy or Sorrow." Wednesday morn
ing, April 5th, the Rabbi will dis-
cuss the subject: "Looking For-
ward!" Cantor Louis Hayman will
chant the prayers.
SEDER OBSERVANCE
This Sunday morning at 10:00
the pupils will celebrate their an-
nual Passover Seder in the audi-
torium The Sisterhood will serve
the necessary edibles and the chil-
dren will participate in the tradi-
tional Seder. We have selected
this Sunday morning preceding
Passover, so that the children will
know and understand the import
of the "Sederium" observed i"
their respective homes.
RADIO PROGRAM
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the radio program over Station
WIOD this coming Sunday after-!
noon from 3:00 to 3:30. He will
discuss the timely subject: "Amer-
ica Speaks in Terms of Ethics."
Cantor Louis Hayman, accompan
ied at the piano by Mrs. Essie
Shaeffer will chant appropriate
numbers.
WARNING!
Parents are requested to keep +
their children out of school next
Tuesday and Wednesday (the first j
two days of Passover.) The chil-1 ,
dren will be excused by Mr. Wil-
son, superintendent of schools, pro-
vided the children attend services
and receive the approval of the
Rabbi- Come with your children
to the services during Passover
A HAPPY PASSOVE
FARR TOURS
INCORPORATED
"PARR TOUR8 Al;
FAR BETTER"
527 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-2063
SINCERE WISHES rOR
A HAPPY PASSOVE.*
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th Street
Phone 3-3689
HAPPY PA8SOVER
Carl Lambert
CITY ENGINEER
MIAMI. I'l.oUIDA
GREET! N GS
Court House
Billiard Room
The Rest and Biggest in the
South
Rilliard Room Supplies
MORRIS BAIN. President
Phone 2-7452. 37-41 Miami Ct.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CORAL GABLES
GROCERY CO.
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd
CORAL GABLES
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
ELECTRIC SALES and
SERVICE CO
1530 N. E. 2n<\ Avenue
MR. and -MRS.
BENJAMIN
COHEN
EXTEND THEIR
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
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We Extend Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
JAMES HOTEL
o, calm those] I by using
NERVES, DCXTOR
BE SWEET- U MILES'
SERENE/ NERV/NE
302 S. Miami Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HART
HARDWARE
COMPANY
FRED HOSEA
44 X. E. First Street
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS .
DOLPHIN
HOTEL
937 N. E. First Avenue
MIAMI- FLORIDA
-r
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
DAVIDSON & COMPANY
Representing
GENERAL ELECTRIC
Refrigerators Ranges
MILLS
Ice Cream Freezers
Carbondale-Worthington
Commercial Refrigeration
Air Conditioning
UNITED CORK CO.
CORK PRODUCTS
1524 W. Flagler St.Ph. 3-6667
Thirteen Years in Miami
I
Can you afford to be
NERVOUS?
Perhaps you could afford
those attacks of Nerves if you
were the only one affected.
Tense nerves make you a nui-
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you come in contact. No one
likes you when you are jumpy,
irritable and nervous.
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LIQUID NERVINE
Large btl. $1.00, Small Ml. 25*
EFFERVESCENT TABLETS
Large pkg. 75*. Small pkg. 25*
At your drug store
IN LIQUID OR
TABLET FORM
AHAPPY PASSOVER
HELP
MaleFemale WhiteColored
Culinary. Dining Room. Front Of-
fice. Housekeeping. Engineers.
Departments. Leading Agency
tor Chefs. Cooks. Bakers Wait-
ers, Waitresses. Maids. Etc.
EMPIRE EMPLOYMENT
SERVICE
Branch Office. New York Clv
76 1-2 N. E. 1st. St. Ph. 2-8454
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVE>.
Overseas
TRANSPORTATION
CO., Inc.
228 8. W. N. River Di
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HAPPY PASSOVE?
E. A. EHMANN
ARCHITECT
2C8 Halcyon An.; i
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MORTGAGE
LOANS
- 5% -
AMERICAN BANK m TRUST COMPANY
139 N. E. FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA

To Bring Enjoyment to Your Passover Table,
Prepare Your Foods With
ROKEACH
Pure and Kosher Food Products
Rokeach kosher
" D s
trr
* N'yafat
"Not Fleischig, Not Milchig"
* Rokeach Kosher Peanut
OilIn cans and jugs
At All Groceries
I ROKEACH & SONS, INC, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Trn.le Murk Hrg. V. H. Pat. Off.
Rokeach Pure Frail
Preserves
Strawberry Raspberry
Cherry Marmalade
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:: Rokeach kosher
Cider Vinegar


FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE THREE
JACKSONVILLE 9
NEWS >)
and Mrs. Albert Glnsburg
mce the birth of a daughter,
>n Tuesday- March 21st in
Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Gins-
p .nior to her marriage was
Issie Hecht.
'-. Saul Perlman, whose mar-
., was an event of March 19th,
former Miss Rebecca Smith,
phter of Mr ami Mrs Sam
Mr. and Mrs. Perlman will
I, at 3152 Pearl Street.
. Ray Marks, Mrs. Sara Har
and brothers have returned
.heir old home in Macon, Ga ,
they attended the marnaRe
ir brother, Felix Meyer, to
. Lilly Frenkel, of Atlanta,
in the home of Mr. and Mrs
, Hirsch.
Mrs. Ira Stein (rave the review
,edition in which it has been
. the Temple Sisterhood lit
. ,lass in the Temple Ho""
Tuesday afternoon.
. Sisterhood held t luncheon
Wednesday in the Temple
Mrs. Herbert Hammel and
-. A. H. Wilkinson were in
ers or; behalf of Mr. Palmer's Can-
dida, y are listed some of the finest
citizens of Miami, not necessarily
of Jewish faith, of which he is a
member, but of every sect, every
religion, every denomination; men
from labor ranks; men with social I
standing; businessmen, and men
of every walk of life. all are
interested in the tandidacy of s11>
II I'M MER, knowing that when
he i.-- elected he will devote all his;
time, energy, and ability for the
interest of the City of Miami, and i
will help to bring about a closer
understanding between the City
Administration and the tax payers
of Miami.
Mr. Palmer, who is a home-own.
er and tax payei1. is a friend of
old and young, poor and rich, tak-
ing part in every civic movement
in Miami, and always being eager
and willing to be of service to
his fellow men.
This advertising is being made
possible by many friends of Mr.
I'alnur. who have Inined hands to
help him in his race, and wh0 are
paying for this advertising so that
the general public and readers of'
the Jewish Florldian may know
of their interest oiv his behalf- To
all conscientious voters of Miami,
to all men and women who are in-
terested in tin future progress of
Miami, we, who know SID H.
I'M MER, recommend him as the
only candidate who will fearlessly,
and conscientiously, guide the af-
fairs of the City of Miami from a
chaotic condition in which it has
been for the past several years, into
a city of plenty, into a city of pros
perity, into a city where every
man, woman and child will feel
safe with their lives, their invest-
ments, and their future.
A vote for SID H. PALMER is
a vote for progressive, able, con-
scientious, administration. A vote
for SID II. PALMER is a vote for
a loyal .likeable, logical conunis
sior. r. A vote for SID 11.
PA1 MER is a vote for more play-
grounds in every part of the city,
for all year round payrolls, for
less unemployment
VOTE MAY SECOND FOR
SID H PALMER
GREETINGS
SUN HOY
RESTAURANT
MIKE GILROY
217 Fifth Avenue
.MIAMI BEACH
We Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
B. W. THACKER
Adding Machines and Type
writers Sold. Rented, Rebuilt.
Exchanged. Ask about our
Rental Purchase Contract
PHONE 2 0115
123 N. E. First Street
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Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BEN J. KINCAID
Life Insurance and Annuities
401 First National Hank Rldg.
PHONE 20721
T
GREETINGS
ROBERT CLAY
HOTEL
129 s. E. Fourth Street
JAMES J HELM
Manager
HAPPY PASSOVER
SAYERS APARTMENT
HOTEL
A Home Away from Home
Modern Rates, Newly Decorated
Cor. 28th St. 2728 N- E. 2nd Av.
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The- Makers of
THAT (iOOD
MOON KIST
ICECREAM
ami Distributors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
Extend Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
ROYAL PALM CREAMERY
(Incorporated)
Phone 3-8655
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Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Green Candle
Tea Room
52 Silver Bluff Ave.
Coral Gables, Fin.
Home CookingPleasant
Atmosphere
A HAPPY PASSOVERWE'LL BE SEEIN' YOU AT .
VICK'S BAR
AIR CONDITIONED
35 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida
Our G. If. Q. Make It Yours!
WARD MINCER THURBER MINCER
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GREETINGS
K. M. COOK
SERVICE STATION
Phone 2-9960
"Service Our Motto"
| A HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Many Friends
JACK & DORA UNDERWOOD
The SIMON BEAUTY SHOPPE
Hair Dyeing Our Specialty
3 Items $1.00
444 Collins Ave., Phone 5-9192
Miami Beach, Fla.
In the last stages of the prelim
.rary work before filing qualifica
..on petitions for City Commis-
sion, it was disclosed today that
about five thousand registered
ed and qualified voters have sign-
al qualification petitions circular
Led by many friends and follow-
eri of SID H. PALMER, candidate
ior City Commissioner, subject to
May 2nd Primaries.
Mr. Palmer, who has resided in
Miami for the past fifteen years,
...-.d who is known to all as an en-
ergetic, untiring, civic, fraternal,
and social worker, is expected to
make one of the finest races ever
r-:aged by an individual of his
:ype. Mr. Palmer is a member of
almost every worthwhile organiza-
tion of Miami, has devoted the
t-reater part of his time in service
to others, and has made a splendid
rteord for himself. Among work-
GREETINGS
BLACK & WHITE
TAVERN
2207 N. E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
. PASSOVER GREETINGS .
GEO. E. "RTTNNTTTX, Inc.
CONTRACTOR
79 N. E. 20th Terrace
585 N. E. 58th Street
Phone 3-1922
Phone 7-2876
To Our Many Friends
and Patrons a Most
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. and MRS DRUCKER
AND FAMILY
Jewelers
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Charley's News
Complete Line of
Current Magazines
Films and Developing
Complete Line of
Smoker's Supplies
StationeryRacing Periodical*
1434 Washington Ave.
Ph. 5-9317 Miami Beach, Fla.
HAPPY PASSOVER
Maloly's Market
941 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
CHARLES G.
HANNOCK
Dade County Surveyor
To Our Many Friends
and Patrons a Most
HAPPY PASSOVER
T HE INN
"Quality Foods at
Moderate Prices"
. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER .
Rolfe Armored Truck Service, Inc.
"TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
301 N. W. 9th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 3-4011If No Answer Call 2-7565
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
WHITE BELT DAIRY
ESTABLISHED 1906
Milk and Dairy Products from Our Certified
Government Tested Herd
PHONE 7-2411
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Claude-Neon Southern Corporation
2014 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-3185
E. J. DANIEL, Manager
MIAMI. FLORIDA
___*
:
GREETINGS
Florence Villa
Apartments
1450 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
HENRY HUOOT, Mgr.
Phone 5-9327
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GOODYEAR
SERVICE
900 Biseayne Boulevard
Phone 3-6463
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Florida Sunland
Foods, Inc.
Available at Leading
Fruit Shippers
The original Pure Papaya
Syrup
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
MURPHY T^PMTTE CO.
GET THE BESTFORGET THE REST"
TERMITE ERADICATION WOOD PRESERVING
100 N. E. 24th Street Phone 2-4307
1
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
SHAW BROTHERS OIL CO.
Distributors of
Pure Oil Products
IN SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA





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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
SOCIETY
CARD PARTY
TO BE HELD
More than three hundred guests
attended the card party sponsored
by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood Wed-
nesday afternoon at the William
Penn Hotel. In the receiving line
were Mesdames A. J. Tobin. J.
Wolkowsky. M. Kreiger, .1. Wu-
eher, R Bierow. J. Besvenick, J.
Albert and B H. London, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood. Prizes,
refreshments and card games were
enjoyed by all.
i
JEWISH WELFRE
BUREAU
tive than the old method of the
distribution of baskets or the giv-
ing of the names of the families
to kind hearted individuals who
want to personally contribute to
them. In this way, too, we main-
tain the confidential nature of
the services that we render to the
underprivileged in our community.
V. H. NELLENBOGEN
Architect
Office
925 Lincoln RoadMiami Beach
PHONE 5-2450
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JEROME CHERBINO
REGISTERED REAL ESTATE
BROKER
SPECIALIZING IN HOMES
BUcayne Blvd. and 56th St.
TKI.Kl'Hi i.N'i: 7-50S
The Jewish Welfare Bureau i-
ever mindful of the responsibility
placed upon them to assist am'
care for those Jewish families ir
our midst who no longer can com
pletely care for themselves. An-"
so, at this time of the year, with
the coming of the Passover ho1
idays. we thoughtfully plan" t'
bring to their lives and thei
homes some of this Passover spir
it. Realizing that this atmos
phere of warmth and comfort can
not be brought about unless they
are supplied with Passover needs
we have been able with the gen-
erous assistance of the Miami Sec-
tion. Council of Jewish Women to
increase for this week, the week-
ly checks which we give to these
families. With this added assis-
tance they are enabled to make
their own purchases of the Pass-
over supplies as was their custom
when they were self-maintaining.
Thi plan we feel is m conrstruc-
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
"The Best Ice Cream in Miami
GOOD HUMOR
ICE CREAM CO.
460 S. W. 17th Avenue
Telephone 2-3731
GREET
N G S
RIVERSIDE FISH AND
POULTRY MARKET
50] South Miami Avt-n
JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE
D. H. MAYS. P'OP.

PASSOVER ^GREETINGS
PEPPER POT GRILL
I Tail i-. Una Av*.- Miami Bench
I BE SURE TO STOP WHERE
SERVICE AND QUALITY
t PREVAIL
I
GREETINGS
VIC BERRY S
CAUSEWAY SERVICE
STATION
County Causewaynext to
Power Plant
ROAD SERVICE
PHONE .".-in:
TEXACO
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
FIRESTONE
TIRES AND AUTO SUI'PLIE:,
+
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Patrons and Friends
SUN RAY PARK
HEALTH RESORT
FREE CONSULTATION
W. Fi.igier St. at 30th Court
PHONE 4-1659
GREETINGS TO ALL
. il K PBIENI -
MR. and MRS
M, LIPOWSKY
A.JO FAMILY
ROYAL APTS
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
RELIABLE AUTO BODY
AND FENDER WORKS
931 N. Miami Ave.Ph. --' '
RADIATORSGAS TANKS
BUILT AND REPAIRED
COLLISION SPECIALIST
.? IE KWART, Manag-ei
HOLIDAY GREETINCS TO
OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
CHAMBERLIN -
Weatherstrip Co., Inc.
507 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
PHONE 3-21 Jl I
GREETINGS
GATEWAY GARAGE
C. A. NEEDHAM, Prop.
BATTERIESTill K.<
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
Painting TopsB>dy Repair-:
3018 N. E. n AveeMiami. Fla.
TIRES! TIRES!
NEW TIRESRETREADED
TIRESUSED TIRES
BROWN TIRE CO.
PHONE 2-8656
12U 8. W. Sth Street
did you accept?
During the past weeK
more than 600 >oph
have accepted our invi-
tation to view the com-
prehensive exhibit o f
new buildtrvj products
and Inventions. The vis-
itors includes ftrchftftetS.
engineers. contractors,
home owners and pros-
pective home owners.
All were keenly inter-
ested and delghtfl with
what they iiw and wi;h
the literature they took
home. Adm'Siion free.
architects
samples bureau
,--------M.
605 Lincoln Ro.ia
o-?6i

MIAMI. FLORIDA
-I
C. W. KISTLER
COMPANY
Congress Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Telephone 2-5154
MORTGAGE LOANS
5 TO 6 PERCENT
HAPPY PASSOVER
HOWARD JOHNSON'S !
See Q^ewn iPAoppti and RedauJuml
ll(K) Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI 1631 W- Flagler St.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS
H.> miles from Washington. I). C.. 60 miles
from Baltimore, .Md; in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
TENTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
JOSEPH J. RAWLSON
INTERIOR DECORATOR
Upholstery. Slip Cover and
Drapery Shop
157 WEST FLAGLER ST.
Phone 3-8959Miami, Floridaa
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
i liases Forming
ENROLL NOW!
JWwe. &itiaja ^tcmce.
BGQUTV SCHOOL.
Miami's Most ReliableEst 1910 .___________
State and City Approved
II N K. 1st AVE.. (2nd PLOOtR)
(Over Float Restaurant)
S;nlcr Greetings will
Conducted by a promi-
nent Cantor in the true
traditional manner
HOTEL/
AN-NELL
705 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida
Operated by S. Albaum
and W. B. Shapiro
i for reservations ph. 5-4687

PASSOVER GREETINGS
A SANSONE
GREETINGS
P. E HACKNEY
City Clerk
Iliali'ali. Florida
+
i
I
t
Convenient Terms Rhone 3-4851
Low Cost Beauty Service for
Ihe Public
Visit Jacques Where Prices
Are Always Sensible
CREATIVE INDIVIDUALISM
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON
OF NEW YORK, Inc.
77 WnHhiiiKton Ave. at 7th St.
Phone -W163 Miami Beach. Fla.
OUR CARS WILL CALL FOR
YOUPHONE 5-5163
"A Permanent Wave Makes a
Permanent Customer".
For information helpful to
you and your daughters,
write or phone
OWNER and DIRECTOR
Bertha Berkowich Levy
1625 S. W. I5th Street
MIAMI, FLA
Phone 2-5911
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SAXON CIGARETTE
SERVICE
"389g N. E Second Ave
MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RODNEY MILLER
Building Construction
Miami Miami Beach
Coral Gables
A HAPPY PASSOVER
I
HAMMOND LOBSTER
COMPANY
I
L'.") S. \V. s. River Drive
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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
CAPTAIN
F. S. LeCAIN
PASSOVER GREETINGS j
M. F. SMITH
NATIONAL DETECTIVE |
AGENCY
! Ingraham Bldg.Ph. 3-1203
Njirlits and Sundays
I Phone 4-2287

PASSOVER GREETINGS
N I C E L E Y
FUNERAL
HOME
Miami Beach
PHONE 5-3355
JEWISH
FUNERAL
j SERVICE
of Miami Beach
MAX FEIT
Director of
Jewish Funerals
PHONE 5-3356
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
TO ALL
tf
DR. WALTER K. FOLEY
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS

Frederich's Market:
680 N. W. 62nd Street
i BE8T WISHES ON THE ;
PASSOVER
CHAS. FREED j
Monterey Woodcraffers I
2035 Weal Flagler St.
-?+, *
HAPPY PASSOVER
THREE CENTA BOTTLING
COMPANY
31 N. E. 24th Street
PHONE 2-3662
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rinAY. MARCH 31, 1939
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE ONE A
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
WASHINGTON STORAGE CO., Inc.
1005 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Hold Rabbinical
Conference Here
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
CROWLEY'S INC.
WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCTS
PHONE 3-5603
>725 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida
\\ r EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
JOHN J. FRITZ AND ASSOCIATES OF THE
MELROSE NURSERY and SOILS CO.
Landscaping and Maintenance. Soils and Sod. Fruit
i -. l'alnis and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Beds.
>; Hid Soils for Lawn Dressing. -741 N. W. 27th Ave.
Phones 3-86113-8612
r
We Extend Best Wishes to Our Jewish
Friends and Patrons for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc.
!KH) Lincoln Road Miami Bleach
!
I
t
GREETINGS:
. ENERAL REPAIRING DAY & NIGHT SERVICE
BRAKE SERVICEWHEEL-DRUM STRAIGHTENING
AUTHORIZED AAA SERVICE
WRECKER SERVICE
Wheel and Axle Alignment Frame Straightening
SMOKER'S GARAGE

127 Northeast Seventh Street
PHONE 2-6783
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
WM. BORDEAUX
ARCHITECT
629 N. W. Seventh Street *none 2-0277
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A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
SEABOARD SMOKE SHOP AND
LIQUOR STORE
A. O. (BUD) SHIVERS
724 N. W. TwentVj-Seoond Street
Opposite Seaboard Station
Miami's largest and most complete line of imported and
domestic liquors. All advertised prices met. Give us a trial
and be convinced. First-class bar in connection
PHONE 2-9955
*
r
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
MIAMI ICE CREAM AND DAIRY CO.
JOHN T. CHRISTIAN8EN. President
17 X. W. Fourth Street 2"3581
The HOTEL EVANS
Tenth and CollinsMiami Beach ^^
"~"""s^rTicT. Condi^t.Tin th. Traditional Mann.r By
CANTOR VICTOR JACOBY
AND CHOIR
7.RST SEDAR. MONDAY EVENING APRIL 3 :S0 P. M-
SECOND SEDAR. TUESDAY EVeNINO. APRIL 4. SO P- ">
Reaarvations Sugoeited for
Mdar Nighta oV ftmainder
of Paaaovar Weak
Enjoy tha Holiday Faval
In tho Homa-Llka Atmoa-
phere of tha Evana
PHONE 5.4 a 1 1
A most successful convention
indicative of greater unity which
exists between the Rabbis serving;
the various Jewish communities
in the State of Florida, was held
in Miami Sunday. Monday and
Tuesday. March 26th through 28th.
The Convention began with a
reception and musicale in honor
of the visiting Rabbis at Temple
Israel Sunday evening, with the
+ following musical artists appear-
ing on the program: Professor
Leo Portnoff, Eleanor Clark Lin-
ton. Rosemary Gerson. Annie Lau
rie and Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Hostesses at the reception were:
Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner, Mrs.
M. J. Kopelowitz. Mrs. Max Sha-
piro. Mrs. M. B. Frank. Mrs. Mos-
es Mescheloff, Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
lan and Mrs. H M. Drevich.
Monday morning the sessions
were held at the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. A symposium by the
Rabbis followed a paper read by
Rabbi Abraham A- Kellner on
"The Attitudes of the Jew to his
non-Jewish Neighbor as expressed
in the Talmud." The afternoon
sessions featured the outlining of
plans for the coming year, and
the appointment of committees.
Climaxing the Convention was
the mass meeting held at the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion on Monday night. Keynote
addresses were delivered by Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan and Morris D.
Margolis. A pledge of cooperation
with the Rabbis in their work was
expressed by the presidents of the
congregations, through Mr. Isaac
Levin. The invocation was offer-
ed by Rabbi David Zielonka; a
reading from the Psalms by Rabbi
Morris A- Skop. and benediction
by Rabbi Pizer Jacobs. Cantors
Joseph Malek and Maurice Mam-
ches rendered musical selections
on the program, which Rabbi Ab-
raham A. Kellner. of the Miami
Orthodox Congregation, presided
at. Greetings from the host con-
gregation were extended by its
president. Mr- H- M. Drevich.
At the Tuesday morning session,
Dr. George A. Barton, world fam-
ous archeologist and former di-
rector of the American School of
Oriental Research in Jerusalem,
delivered a lecture on "Archeolo-
gy and the Bible." In addition to
the Rabbis present. Dr. Barton's
lecture was heard by several local
ministers.
Officers elected by the RlfcMl
for the coming year were: Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan of South Florida,
as president; Rabbi Morris D-
Margolis of North Florida, first
vice-president; Rabbi Adolph Bur-
ger of the West Coast, second
vice-president and Rabbi Morris
A. Skop of Central Florida, sec-
retary.
Rabbis attending the Convention
were: Rabbi David Bogner, Day-
tona Beach; Rabbi Adolph Bur
ger, Tampa; Rabbi Manuel Green-
stein, West Palm Beach; Rabb,
Carl N- Herman. West Palm
Beach; Rabbi Pizer Jacobs. St.
Petersburg; Dr. Jacob H.Kaplan,
Miami; Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner, Miami; Rabbi A S. Kle.nfeld,
St. Petersburg; Rabbi Morris D.
Margolis. Jacksonville; Kabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Miami Beach;
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Miami; Rabb,
Morris A. Skop. -Orlando; Rabbi
David L. Zielonka. Tampa; Rabb,
P Zissman. St. Augustine and
Rabbi Colman A- Zwitman, Miami.
AS USUAL
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Will supdIv your every Passover want! Manischewitz
Horowitz-Margareten, London and Streit's Matzos.
Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes,
Nuts of all Kinds, Spices, Vinegar- Etc.
KOSHER PASSOVER WINK
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
YELL for PENNELL!
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
ORIGINAL PLUMBING SHOP ON WHEELS
OIL BURNERS FRT 10.10 SEPTIC TANKS
SOLAR HEATERS EST 1919 STEAM FITTING
W. H. PENNELL, INC.
744 X. W. 23rd Court Phone 4-2.")78
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS
WESTINGHOUSE
Complete Line Electric Appliances
PAGE ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
Oldest and Largest Westinghouse Dealers in
Greater Miami
REFRIGERATORS RANGES WATER HEATERS
DISHWASHERS WATER COOLERS RADIOS
Specializing in All-Electric Westinghouse Kitchens
214 X. E. 2nd Av<(Professional Bldg) Phone 2-6255
1

EXPERIENCE
has taught us to use and recommend Dutch Hoy White
Lead and Dutch Boy Linseed Oil.
EARL UNDER
Painting and Decorating
2521 X. W. 23rd StreetMIAMIPhone H-49.)i
Dutch Boy Paint Jobs can be Financed Through the
Dutch Boy Easy Payment Plan.
THE TRAIL KOSHER MARKET
1832 S. W EIGHTH STREET-TELEPHONE 23024
ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THAT
REV. JOSEPH MALEK
IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH
TRAIL K08HER MARKET
WHERE THE FINEST WESTERN MEATS ft TENNESSEE
POULTRY IS SOLD AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES
STRICTLY KOSHER
FREE DELIVERY ALL DAY
+
PASSOVER GREETINGS
to all our
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
GENERAL IE CO., OF
GOES A LONG WAY TO MAKE FRIENDS
824 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI. FLORIDA



PAGE ONE-B
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939
PASSOVER GUIDE
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
12th Street. Miami BeachCan
tor Berele Kelemer. popular Miami
Beach leaner, will concuc|c the
Seder services both nights.
DAIRIES
Alamac HotelCollins and 13th
Miami Beachwill hold the tra-
ditional Seder observiHices con-
ducted by a prominent cantor.
Astor HotelWashington Ave-
nue at 15th Street, Miami Beach-
Reservations may be made only |
for the entire Passover week.
Evans HotelCollins Avenue,
Miami BeachCantor Victor Jac-
oby and choir conducting Sader
services.
Hotel Floridian540 West Ave-
nue, Miami Beacha well known
cantor, assisted by an organized
choir will officiate at the Seder
ritual both nights.
Helene Hotel1030 Fifteenth
Street. Miami Beachtraditional
services will be conducted by a
prominent cantor.
Nash Hotel1120 Collins Ave-
nue- Miami BeachSeder ritual
for both nights will be conducted
by Cantor L- Goldberg.
Palatial Kosher Restaurant265
N. E Second Street, MiamiOp-
erated by Mr. Morton Fagan, with
Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth
David Congregation conducting
the Seder ritual.
Land-O-Sun Dairy501 Alton
Road, Miami Beachphone 5-5537
will serve their customers and
patrons with the finest of dairy
products, milk, sweet and sour
cream, cottage cheese and butter,
etc.. strictly kosher for Passover.
Those desiring to obtain these pro-
ducts may notify their route driv-
er or call the dairy.
Miami HomeMilkrVoducersUnc.
769 N. W. 18th Terrace, Miami
Phone 2-7696the finest Pass
over dairy products: butter, milk,
sweet and sour cream, and cottage
cheese, etc-, may be obtained by
calling the dairy or notifying the
driver-
tributors in this area of the Break-
stone dairy products. On sale at
all stores or call the dairy.
DELICATESSENS
Rosedale Delicatessen and Res-
taurant, Miami's Pioneer Delica-
tessen, 170 N- W. Fifth Street, Mi-
amiis carrying a complete line
of Passover products; Matzos,
kosher domestic and imported
wines, teas, coffees, jellies, dairy
products, Matzo products, condi-
ments, groceries, nya fat etc.
their customers and patrons with
Matzos, Matzo products, kosher
wines and dairy products-
WINES
Florida Dairies Co2534 North
Miami Avenue. MiamiPhone
2-2621will deliver strictly kosh-
er dairy products t0 their custo-
mers at no advance in prices. To
obtain, notify the office or driver.
Max's Delicatessen1131 West
Flagler Street, Miamiwill han-
dle a complete line of Passover
products for the home. Matzos.
teas, coffees, dairy products, wines
and etc.
SchiffI Market 1600 Lenox
Avenue, Miami Beachwill supply
Southern Dairies62 N. E. 27th
Street, Miami- Phone 2-8431dis-
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GREETINGS TO
Ol'R JEWISH FRIENDS j
AND PATRONS
HOTEL
LA SALLE
MIAMI BEACH
Rev. H. M. Kagansole distri-
butor for the Meyer-Ganeles wine
in this area. Strictly kosher for
Passover and the only wine en-
dorsed by the Rabbinical Board of
New York and approved by the
Rabbis of Greater Miami An as-
sortment of wines may be obtain-
ed by calling 3-1236.
Manhattan Distributors, Inc.
110 N. W. Fourth Street. Mia mi-
distributors of assorted kosher
California "Montora" wines and
Passover Carmel Palestinian win*
on sale at all stores.
ing
voi
b.V
President Hotel1423 Collins
Avenue. Miami BeachSeder rit-
uals will be conducted by a well-
known cantor.
Sea Breeze HotelSecond Street
at Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Martin Cochem, singer poet, will
conduct the Seder ritual and pre-
sent a Pesach entertainment fol-
lowing the meals.
Victor HotelOcean Drive at
SEASON *S
OREETINGS .
A. D. F. Bloodworth
REST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Bon Ton Cleaners
R. L. DAUGHERTY
Main Office and Plant
637 N. W. FIFTH AVE.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
When Ready to Enjoy the Fineit
Fishing in the World Go to
JERRY'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
1307 N. Bayahore Place
*__
GREETINGS FROM THE
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING I
1737 N. Hayshore Drive .
Studios: Miami Beach. Snenandoahf
PHONE. 2-.-.S3:. j
! To Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Union Egg and
Poultry Co.
"Let L's Supply Your Needs"
EGGS AND POULTRY
Wholesale and Retail
PHONE 3-2932
1335 N- W. 7th Avenue
. GREETINGS .
JOHN A. MOORE
and
Biscayne
Engineering Co.
47 N. W. First Street
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A. A. GARAGE
"Miami'a Only Exclusive
Aligning Service"
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
N. E. 2nd Ave. at 24th Street
PHONE 28244
WRECKER SERVICE
Georgia CulpepperEsther Taylor
of the
TIVOLI BEAUTY SALON
__ Kxtendu Host Wishes fur a
HAPPY PASSOVER
744 W. Flagler St.Phone 3-2561
Above Tivoli Theatre
GREETINGS
Brady Roofing
Tile Mfg. Co.
3260 N. W. 24th Avenue
GREETINGS FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Miami
Wrecking Co.
132 N. W. 20th Street
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
L. MURRAY
DIXON
ARCHITECT
A HAPPY PASSOVER
YUTTS
BARBER SHOP
"Air Conditioned"
l.'il s. E. First Street
PHONE 2-9282
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WASHINGTON
STORAGE CO.
'Security and Responsibility1
MOVING
PACKING
SHIPPING
10O."> Washington Ave-
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-3448
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
C. D. KENNY CO.
COFFEEE. TEA, SUGAR CO.
64 W. Flagler St.Phone 2 3432
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS
D. E. LINARDY
FLOORING CO.
Specializing in
ALL GRADES OF
HARDWOOD FLOORING
Furnished. Laid. Sanded and
Finished
Also Parnuet. Masonite and
Colonial Plank
Office. Warehouse and showroom:
35 N, E. 26th Street
PHONE 3-472*
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GREETINGS
PRESIDENT
BOWMAN F. ASHE
Wishing You
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MANFRED
MANCUSI-UNGRO
Architect
Houser Company
INC.
INSURANCE
WE WRITE
Fire. Tornado, Compensate n,
Rent. Rain, Bond, Burglar..
Plate Glas, Life, Automoi. ,
Jewelry. Tourist IUkuu,.,
Parcel Post, Use ond Occu-
pancy, Accident and Health,
Marine.
FIRST TRUST BUILDING
Phone 3 2648
tio
foi
P"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FROM
EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION
1380 Southwest Eighth Street
PHONE 3-1061
WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED
-i
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OCR MANY .JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
BE WISEECONOMIZE WITH
INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS*
EAST COAST EQUIPMENT CO., Inc.
1228 S. W. First Street
Phone 2-05H
691
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A MOST JOYOUS PASSOVER
I) R I N K
ROYAL CROWN COLA
NEHI
PAR-T-PAK BEVERAGES
"4- N. W. 24th Street
Phone 3-6287
COMPLIMENTS OF
CHARLES L. GABRIEL
DISTRIBUTING COMPANY
14 Northeast 24th Street
I'lloNK 2-06623-7867
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FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEANING SERVICE
LAMONT LAUNDRY
A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE
"Done the Way You Would Like it Done"
1111 Fifth Street phone 5-1 *
MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA
To All Our Jewish Friends and Patrons We Wisl
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
McNALLY'S FOOD STORES, Inc.
EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT"
144.-.-47-4!) Drexel Avenue
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MAULE INDUSTRIES
A COMPLETE LINE OF
BUILDING MATERIALS
THE REST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST PBH
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IT.HTBB OF MY PEOPLE
li> Frieda Lutsky
ntinued from Page 1)
. substance fro mlhe reser-
our pioat culture. Courses
itiea were prepared to
tkc the Jewish Woman in
imillar with lier history,
literature, along with the
v and the history of Zion-
. that she would develop
, latiotl of her cultural
and also an informed and
ling point of view of
iv development, in rela-
Jewish life and social
,i of which many of our
,. emerge.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
At the age of 72 the great
scholar Xarhmanidv? was banished
fiom Spain and wm.i. to live in
Palestine. Hi- depni-ture was in-
voluntary. He hatl, in 1263, 'over.
compelled to champioi the Jewish
cause in a public debate held in
I arcelona.
GREETINGS S
Miami Health Clinic
47 N. W. 82nd Place
X-Rny Examination. Including
Physical Examination
OULY $4.00
PHONE 1-8952
JACK EATON
(Florida Wrestler)
GARAGE Sl SERVICE STATION
389-1 s. \v. Mh Si.I'h. 4-'.'L'm>
Tamlaml Trail
General Auto Repairing. Painting
and Body Work
OUR MANY FRIENDS
EXTEND BEST WISHES \
FOR A
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HAPPY PASSOVER J
CLARK R.
PARKER
DISTRIBUTOR
!S TOASTED PEANUTS"
INDIES AND PEANUT
LLiTTER SANDWICHES
Jewish writers of the nre-Chiis-
tian age claimed tl.1 i Arist tle de-
lived his ideas from i 'wish sourc-
es Medieval legend h.'ld 'li.t Ar-
istotle at the end >f his life re
canted those views which ran
counter to the Hebrew Scriptures
kSSOVER (;keetin(;s
oil: JEWISH FRIENDS
SHENANDOAH
CANDY KITCHEN
i tie Freshest Chocolates
In Miami
PHONE 4-4241
:, 1 I S. W. 22nd Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
Miami Coal &
Oil Co., Inc.
COAL AND OIL STOVESOIL
BURNERS AND SUPPLIES
PHONE 8-7896
1100 N. W. 22nd St.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Donald G. Smith
ARCHITECT
4ii:'. Forty-First St.
.MIAMI BEACH
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ASSOVER GREETINGS
ORONA HOTEL
J.; X. E. 12th Street
PHONE 2-6959
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McMurray-Snyder
Trail Furniture Store
I Makes Homes of Houses"
1106 s. W. Eighth St.
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
GRAVES
PHARMACY
1399 Washington Ave.
PHONE o-4r>22
Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A-l LOCK & KEY SHOP
HARRY L. HITTNER, Prop.
LM2 N. E. Hili Street
24 HOUR SERVICEPh. 2-0718
Safes. Locks, Lawnmowers. Keys
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
PASSOVER GREETINGS S
Evangel Press
Est. 1930
261 X. YV. 3rd St.
PHONE' 2-6512
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
Lincoln Beauty
Salon
Minnie Earle Butler
Margaret O'Brien j
1122 Lincoln Rd., M. Beach I }
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GREETINGS
J. Frank Vann
'' Fleetwood'' Refrigerators
&"Tyler" Market Fixtures
PASSOVER GREETINGS
VENETIAN
CAUSEWAY
"THE SHORTWAY"
TO AND FROM
MIAMI BEACH .
SEASON'S GREETINGS
GREENE'S
EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Third St. and Alton Rd.
Miami Bench
GREETINGS
Mr. mil I Mrs.
NATHAN SCHWARTZ
BLACKSTONE
CLEANERS
.">14 Eighth St net
MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
Sun Mattress Co.
_>222 N. W. 2nd Ave.
j Innerspring Mattresses Sold
With a Written Guarantee as
Low as S10.00
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A HAPFY PASSOVER
MRS. IRVING L. THOMAS {
POULTRY & GOAT MILK
{ ."iin s. W. -'in! Avenue
j Phone :s-:f018 j
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GREETINGS
TAYLOR DRUG CO.. INC. j
Cor. Collins Ave and "Jl'tli St
Registered Pharmacist on
Duty at All Times !
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GREETINGS
W. M. KELLY
\N1) ASSOCIATES
|CBBINS WAREHOUSING j
and DIST. CO.
Oil N. W. 22nd Street
Phone --'-0480
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ALWAYS WELCOME
CHILI JACK
Miami's Original Maker 01
Real Mexican Dishes
Genuine Mexican Chili Con
CarneHot Tamales
Enchiladas
PHONE -l-'.^-''
1032 Biscayne Blvd.
Est. 1921Open All Night

'ASSOVER GREETINGS
DEAUVILLE
Service Station
B348 Collins Avenue
Phone 6-9121
Flowers for
Passover
TROPICAL
FLOWER SHOP
Flowers of Distinction
Fur All Occasions
649 N. E. 79th Street
PHONE 7-.">04.")
PEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
POLO CLUB
25 Twenty-Third Street
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. an.l MRS.
George Chertkof
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FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
DR. .1. HOLDEN
BECKWITH
EXODONIST
[ngraham Bldg.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
jTo Mv Main .Te"i>li Friends!

A HAPPY PASSOVER
! James T. Wilson
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Supt. of Schools
for Dade County
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
Frank Wolkowsky
"Men's Clothing"
18 N. E. First Avenue
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PEST WISHES FOi;
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Raymond A.
Williams
ENGINEER
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TO MY MANY
FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES
W. H. PEACE
BUILDING INSPECTOR
Extends Best Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Pest Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Pershing Court
Apartments
311 N. E. 14th Street
MIAMI
PEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
VALC.
CLEARY
MIAMI BEACH
j PASSOVER GREETINGS
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Harry M. Hice
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
P. C. HARPER
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Friends
MR. and MRS.
Harold Salvey
1508 Meridian Avenue [
PASSOVER GREETINGS
" GREETINGS
PEEK
Service Station
TEXACO PRODUCTS
Tire RepairsGreasing
Washing
W. B. PEEK
508 W. 41st St.. M. Peach
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1545 Alton Road
MIAMI PEACH
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Greetings
Mr. and Mrs.
J. WOLKOWSKY j
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That the coming vear may be one of great prosperity and i
happiness for all our Jewish Friends a^J^^^th^ |
sincere wish of
JACK MOSELEY
Dixie Tire Co*
Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

FRIDAY, MARHP
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL
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137 N.E. ] 9th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
A3BI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph D. RABBI COLVAN A. ZWITVAN
Indian Croak Drlvo-fi-im 530 -'. E. :6t St.WMI
MIAMI BEACH M1AM,
be in the Temple every
I hem i ...>.
ired mpathe :
m to be 1 eld In
nee.
I ONGBEGATIONAL
f)o not withdraw thy1| from
the < ungrexation.'Hillel.
At the regular services th- I i
day evesriaf at Temple land. Dr.
Jacob If. Kaplan will speak
the subject: "Isaac M. Wise,
POUI lu'iaism in
Amci ica
. > olman \. Zwitmaa will
\ reception by :he Sisterhood
\V1. i ..,ers
resent in the Temple- Mrs .
Bei nsteii ic Sisterhood hair-
i day -"ninir recep-

The guest spea
abbi
iam II. Fineahriber,
Kneaeth Israel i oajcregation in j
idel| mi ir ring
quent message "f hope was i
tght i he ingregation
outstanding member in
Rabbinate,
PASSOVER SERVICES
'Aad ye >hall keep it u feaat
to the Lord throughout your gear
ration. Exodus 12:1b-
Monday evening April 3rd at:
00 p. m.. -he Passover festival,
Will he ushered in by a short ser-
vice, which will be followed y
concluding; Passovei l Quis rogram eal ibd- +
B:ie Dr. Kaplan n the Passover festival was
,,.n. nducted y Mr, Fames Leonard's
Tues April II g* hool ist Sunday
00 a Memorial ion ing e i mbly.
,... : ,,, ... da; i ot last i ek were
'. i iai Ki nde' Panl
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ,m) A1.
1 pea 'he hildren ol ie inaer
Schools, iicw> all ihe world de- SISTERHOOD
peaeV -lalmud (Tractate Sab-
bath 119b.)
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MIAMI 3T0V|
excha roa
1722 \Ve.
the i ongregationel Seder h h
will be held in Kaplan Hi 0
P in. Members ot the congre-
gation and friends will participate
in thi> most beautiful and adi-
tional observance i
which will e md icted h
f -t Rabbis. Mrs. Frank A.
I'eriman i- chairman of the
with Mrs Fraali i
man.
: -day morning. April 4th.
I n f Passover, 00
rvices will be held ie
Temple-
i ii -.. en DSi ^pril 7th,
: :., Sabbath ind '':>- .....
Ill be i md *
Zwitmaa will preach.
Saturday morning;. April Bth.
I: :i"i ;, m.. Sabbath and Pas
servicea.
Monday veiling.. April
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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
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Best Wishes I ir |
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Auto Service
1287 N. W. 20th Street
MR. md MRS
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and FAMILY
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S. FT. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-250 STORE
East Flakier Street
MIAMI, :. IRIDA
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SECOND ,VE.I
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BEST WIS1
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AND < 5TOMERS FAR
A HAP] ASSOVEE
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HAPPY PASSOVER
RAY MILLER \
TAX ASSESSOR
MIAMI BEACH
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J. N. COVELL
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and Associates of the
TRUSCON STEEL CO.
133 North Bayshorc Drive J
l'lione 2-8816
Extend to all Sincere Wishes!
for a Happy Passover
MARTIN J. HENDRICKSON AND ASSOCL./SS
AROUND-THE-CORNEH INN
212 N. E. Second Street
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
___________ A HAPPY PASSOVEE
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BILLFOSSETTS
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
188 S. E. 1st Street
PHONE 2-7691
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HURRY BACK TO
SELLERS
WHITE FLASH SERVICE
"YRRUH KGAB"
RALPH J. -RED" SELLERS
.~W' Pifth StPM,t at Seventh Avenue
_____________ MIAMI, FL^IH

BEST "I JHES FOR A
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Bwt Wislies i or I
HAPPY PASSOVER
i f
W. G. LUNNEY
TILE CO.
Tile Work of Every
Description
I'HONK 7-2544
61 N. E. 54th Street
kill
HBST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
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GREETINGS .
BEST WISHES
TO OUB HOST OP
JEWISH FRLENDS
AND PATRONS
FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Sears, Roebuck
&Co.
HAPPY PASSOVER
R. W. Parker
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| M. & M.
Transportation ~
Co.
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER C
Let Us Unload Your Trucking Problem
246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE- -MIAMI. FLA
Phone 2-2656 mu ^^ ^
KINSMAN'S, Inc.
I.AN80CAPE ARCHITECTS
I ile ef Normandy
PHONE 6 1901
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BEST WISHE8
FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
am. l. dixon
HOTEL & RESTAURANT j
EQUIPMENT
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1100 N- E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-7685


DAD1
REFRIGERATING ,!
CO., INC.
1792-98 N. W. 20th Street J "0ne 3
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1 ornplete
} Refrigerating Service jfa
Frick Refrigerating ^te.
Frick Refrigerating
j Machinery and Equipment {
} HUSSMANN-UGONIER
Sincere Greetings Un>i\ Happy Passoveq
HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC.
EXCLUSIVE El-HMTLRK
Interior Decorators and Unportt i
Biscayne Blvd. al Fourteenth T< .
Phone 3-4669 y\ .,mi
Display Case*
and
SINCERE WISHES TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Refrigerators
| Complete Market Equipment I i
j Phone* Night: 3-7782-2-0126
The Sherwin-Williams C
Phone 2-7443
Miami
500 OoUiu, Avfc,
Phone S -643
Miami Beach


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
154o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
IRABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
iming of
serves as
the Passover
a reminder toj
pre-Passover days all the
teps to insure us a Kosh-
appy holiday. To this end
the attention of our
,f the following announce-
CHILDRBN'8 SEDER
The annual children's Seder will
o prepare and arrange be conducted on Sunday morning,
April 2nd at 11:00 a in., in the
synagogue. A regular Seder ser-
vice will be demonstrated and a
most cordial invitation is extaiided
to all The Sunday School class
of Mrs. Samuel Tannenb:iuin will
be presented in a special Passover
program. Come and delight in
seeing your children practice what
they are taught.
PASSOVER SERVICES
Passover will be ushered in With
appropriate services Monday even
ing, April 3rd and will be contin-
ued through the Festive week.
.SSOVER PURCHASES
tcivtion of our people is
many supposedly Pass
jc|es of questionable na-
, ase phone the Rabbi in
iny doubt or question.
SALE OF CHOMETZ
Kellner will attend as in
to sale of Chometz. and
- railed to the fact that
will not be sold if!e.
m.. Monday Kiev Pessach,
SIYCM BBCHORIM
lemption of the fi'"s'-
1 be held immediately af-
Shachris services, Monday
Shachris services w-.ll
-liarply at 7:00.
|lh\s AND BUR CHOMETZ
iearch after leaven articles
, conducted Sunday evening
. ately after the Maar:v scr-
nd the same should be burn-
Monday at 11:00 a. m.
Services Tuesday and Wednesday
morning will commence at 9:00 a.
m.. and on Choi Hamocd at &:00
a. m. We plead with young and
old to attend synagogue services
and pray Lord new redemption '.n
our troubled and difficult day.
SERMON SCHEDULE
Rabbi Kellner will preach bath
mornings of the Festival at 10:30
in English and each afternoon at
5:00 p. m-, in Yiddish. The ser-
mon topics are:
Tuesday morning: "Egypt
Again." Tuesday afternoon:"Re-
demption A g a i n" Wednesday
morning: "Today's Bondage '"
Wednesday afternoon: "Tomor-
rows Freedom "
LADIES AUXILIARY
A special and regular meeting
of the Ladies Auxiliary will be
held on Wednesday night, Apri'
5th in the synagogue- Plans will
be completed for an "Evening of
Games" which is scheduled for the
night of Sunday, April 16th in the
beautiful dining room of the Tides
Hotel in Miami Beach. Mrs. Gus
Ginsburg and Mrs. George Chert-
kof will be the chairmen in chajye
HABANOTH HAPPENINGS
An overflow crowd taxed the Y
M. H. A. auditorium to capacity to
witness the annual Habanoth play.
Each of the three groups present
by a large and appreciative audi-
ence- In this connection, we are
pleased to report that the confer-
ence voted unanimously to publish
the paper prepared by Rabbi Kell-
QREETINGS ON
PASSOVER
W. A. GLASS
Each of the three groups present- tne paper prepare. y **"""_
ed a separate program of interest-1 ner on the subject of: "The Treat-
ing and entertaining material. I ment of non-Jews in the Talmud
During the course of the evening | _------------------------ _____|
the Senior group presented the +----------
president of the congregation with
a beautiful and hand carved Yad i
or Safer Torah pointer honoring
the first anniversary of the pre
sentation of the Sefer Torah. The
three sponsors through whose ef- I
forts the groups are making such ^
admirable progress were paid the
tribute by Rabbi Kellner and Mr. '
Drevich. On Thursday, the first
day of Choi Hamoed the Habanoth
groups of Miami will hold a Pass-
over party and outing
RABBINICAL CONFERENCE
A fine and instructive meeting!
sponsored by the State Rabbinical 1
Association was held in our syna-
gogue on Monday night, attended
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PASSOVEE
GREETINGS
JUDGE HENRY L.
OPPENBORN
Wishing You
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MANFRED
MANCUSI-UNGARO
ARCHITECT
Our Be-i Wishes for
A I1AITY PASSOVER
Coconut Grove
Boat Works, Inc.
PHONE 1-2589
s. Bayshore Drive
:
:
2550 s.
GREETINGS
Miami Waste
Material Co., Inc.
2239 X. W. 1st Court
MIAMI. FLORIDA
| PASSOVER GREETINGS
| O. K. Products Co. i
414 s. W. Knd Avenue
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GREETINGS
MONNAH PARK
SERVICE STATION
2201 N W. Hsl Street I
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
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HAPPY I
Fishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
GUS JACKSON
HAPPY PASSOVER f"
H. GEORGE FINK ; i
* Ponce <1<- Leon Blvd. j
,i.il Gables, Florida I I I
j Republic Building
MR. and MRS.
Richard Kiehnel
EXTEND BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
!
Passover
Greetings
A FRIEND
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BEST WISHES
for ;i
HAPPY PASSOVER
DR. HORACE L
CARTEE
DENTIST
Huntington Bldg\
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Best Wishes
For a Happy Passover
Dr. anil Mrs.
Chas. M. Tannenbaum
of
WISHING YOl' A
HAPPY PASSOVER
HOME
Auto Supply Co.
1756 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-8817
| The Brvan Park Pharmacy
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GREETINGS
V. J. Hoecherl
Company
Painting Contractors
Licensed, Bonded
and Insured
807 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-6002
11382 N. E. 8th Avenue
PHONE 7-1235
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"A HAPPY PASSOVER
W KF.TTH
PHILLIPS
District Manager
THE SUN LIFE
ASSURANCE COMPANY
OF CANADA
736 [ngraham Bldg.
Phone 2-5514
. HAPPY PASSOV
The PUBLIC
SELF-SERVICE
STORES
A Store for the Entire
Family"
N. Miami Ave. at 4tli St.
Greetinps to Onr Many
. PATRONS AND FRIENDS
| MOUSELEY S
SERVICE STATION
302 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
Pan American
Chemical Co.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
334 W. Flagler Street
Phone 3-3955
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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Phone 2-5921_______
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CLUB LATINO
and
FELICIO MENDEZ
38 N. W. Fifth Street
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ThAPPV PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS
I FKS BAIT & TACKLE STORE, Inc.
b&ft DAI* OL. **>'* uead.na to M,am. Beach
years a. One ^^7^1^^^
M,A,.8 ^pVNTEAvCEKNL,ENGSsTRE MIAMI. FLA.
324 N. E. 13th STREET rn B

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R00-821 North Miami Avenue i :Q nf Puints
A HAPPY PASSOVER
EXCHANGE
HOTEL
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES
for a
II M'PY PASSOVER
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SUTTON j
JEWELRY CO. |
Successor to "Whaler's" j
THE OLDEST JBWKUKi j
STORE IX MIAMI j
ESTABLISHED IX 1897 j
132 E. Flagler Street j
PHONE 2-5996 |

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TheMatzoh wiHi^elaste"
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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
I FRED and BILL SCHOR
j MIAMI SANDWICH CO.
917 N.E. 1st Ave.-Ph. 3 2734
PASSOVER If
] NOODLES /
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PASSOVER NOODLES.
PASSOVER BARLEY.
ALSO TRY OUR PASSOVER
COFFEE'TEA* 3 SPICES*
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HOROWITZ MARGARETEN
LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR .__-,
FLORIDA SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS
82 N. E. 26TH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA


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I PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 SOCIETY CARD PARTY TO BE HELD More than three hundred guests attended the card party sponsored by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood Wednesday afternoon at the William Penn Hotel. In the receiving line were Mesdames A. J. Tobin. J. Wolkowsky. M. Kreiger, .1. Wueher, R Bierow. J. Besvenick, J. Albert and B H. London, president of the Sisterhood. Prizes, refreshments and card games were enjoyed by all. i JEWISH WELFRE BUREAU tive than the old method of the distribution of baskets or the giving of the names of the families to kind hearted individuals who want to personally contribute to them. In this way, too, we maintain the confidential nature of the services that we render to the underprivileged in our community. V. H. NELLENBOGEN Architect Office 925 Lincoln Road—Miami Beach PHONE 5-2450 + JEROME CHERBINO REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER SPECIALIZING IN HOMES BUcayne Blvd. and 56th St. TKI.Kl'Hi i.N'i: 7-50S The Jewish Welfare Bureau iever mindful of the responsibility placed upon them to assist am' care for those Jewish families ir our midst who no longer can com pletely care for themselves. An-" so, at this time of the year, with the coming of the Passover ho 1 idays. we thoughtfully plan" t' bring to their lives and thei homes some of this Passover spir it. Realizing that this atmos phere of warmth and comfort can not be brought about unless they are supplied with Passover needs we have been able with the generous assistance of the Miami Section. Council of Jewish Women to increase for this week, the weekly checks which we give to these families. With this added assistance they are enabled to make their own purchases of the Passover supplies as was their custom when they were self-maintaining. Thi plan we feel is m conrstrucBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER "The Best Ice Cream in Miami GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM CO. 460 S. W. 17th Avenue Telephone 2-3731 GREET N G S RIVERSIDE FISH AND POULTRY MARKET 50] South Miami Avt-n JUST ACROSS THE BRIDGE D. H. MAYS. P'OP. PASSOVER ^GREETINGS PEPPER POT GRILL I Tail i-. Una Av*.Miami Bench I BE SURE TO STOP WHERE SERVICE AND QUALITY t PREVAIL I GREETINGS VIC BERRY S CAUSEWAY SERVICE STATION County Causeway—next to Power Plant ROAD SERVICE PHONE .".-in: TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS FIRESTONE TIRES AND AUTO SUI'PLIE:, + I i ~ + PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Patrons and Friends SUN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT FREE CONSULTATION W. Fi.igier St. at 30th Court PHONE 4-1659 GREETINGS TO ALL il K PBIENI MR. and MRS M, LIPOWSKY A.JO FAMILY ROYAL APTS MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS RELIABLE AUTO BODY AND FENDER WORKS 931 N. Miami Ave.—Ph. %  -' %  '• RADIATORS—GAS TANKS BUILT AND REPAIRED COLLISION SPECIALIST .? %  IE KWART, Manag-ei HOLIDAY GREETINCS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CHAMBERLIN Weatherstrip Co., Inc. 507 N. E. FIRST AVENUE PHONE 3-21 Jl I GREETINGS GATEWAY GARAGE C. A. NEEDHAM, Prop. BATTERIES—Till K.< GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS Painting Tops—B>dy Repair-: 3018 N. E. n£ Avee—Miami. Fla. TIRES! TIRES! NEW TIRES—RETREADED TIRES—USED TIRES BROWN TIRE CO. PHONE 2-8656 12U 8. W. Sth Street did you accept? During the past weeK more than 600 >oph have accepted our invitation to view the comprehensive exhibit o f new buildtrvj products and Inventions. The visitors includes ftrchftftetS. engineers. contractors, home owners and prospective home owners. All were keenly interested and delghtfl with what they IIW and wi;h the literature they took home. Adm'Siion free. architects samples bureau M. 605 Lincoln Ro.ia o-?6i MIAMI. FLORIDA -I C. W. KISTLER COMPANY Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Telephone 2-5154 MORTGAGE LOANS 5 TO 6 PERCENT HAPPY PASSOVER HOWARD JOHNSON'S See Q^ewn iPAoppti and RedauJuml ll(K) Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI 1631 WFlagler St. PASSOVER GREETINGS CAMP WOHELO for GIRLS H.> miles from Washington. I). C.. 60 miles from Baltimore, .Md; in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. TENTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st JOSEPH J. RAWLSON INTERIOR DECORATOR Upholstery. Slip Cover and Drapery Shop 157 WEST FLAGLER ST. Phone 3-8959—Miami, Floridaa \ + PASSOVER GREETINGS i liases Forming ENROLL NOW! JWwe. &itiaja ^tcmce. BGQUTV SCHOOL. Miami's Most Reliable—Est 1910 State and City Approved II N K. 1st AVE.. (2nd PLOOtR) (Over Float Restaurant) S;nlcr Greetings will Conducted by a prominent Cantor in the true traditional manner HOTEL/ AN-NELL 705 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Florida Operated by S. Albaum and W. B. Shapiro i for reservations ph. 5-4687 PASSOVER GREETINGS A SANSONE GREETINGS P. E HACKNEY City Clerk Iliali'ali. Florida — + i I — t Convenient Terms Rhone 3-4851 Low Cost Beauty Service for Ihe Public Visit Jacques Where Prices Are Always Sensible CREATIVE INDIVIDUALISM JACQUES BEAUTY SALON OF NEW YORK, Inc. 77 WnHhiiiKton Ave. at 7th St. Phone -W163— Miami Beach. Fla. OUR CARS WILL CALL FOR YOU—PHONE 5-5163 "A Permanent Wave Makes a Permanent Customer". For information helpful to you and your daughters, write or phone OWNER and DIRECTOR Bertha Berkowich Levy 1625 S. W. I5th Street MIAMI, FLA Phone 2-5911 A HAPPY PASSOVER SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE "389g N. E Second Ave MIAMI, FLORIDA HOLIDAY GREETINGS RODNEY MILLER Building Construction Miami Miami Beach Coral Gables A HAPPY PASSOVER I HAMMOND LOBSTER COMPANY I L'.") S. \V. s. River Drive + PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPTAIN F. S. LeCAIN PASSOVER GREETINGS j M. F. SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE | AGENCY Ingraham Bldg.—Ph. 3-1203 Njirlits and Sundays I Phone 4-2287 PASSOVER GREETINGS N I C E L E Y FUNERAL HOME Miami Beach PHONE 5-3355 JEWISH FUNERAL j SERVICE of Miami Beach MAX FEIT Director of Jewish Funerals PHONE 5-3356 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL tf DR. WALTER K. FOLEY Lincoln Road Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS %  Frederich's Market: 680 N. W. 62nd Street i BE8T WISHES ON THE ; PASSOVER CHAS. FREED j Monterey Woodcraffers I 2035 Weal Flagler St. &f +, *•— HAPPY PASSOVER THREE CENTA BOTTLING COMPANY 31 N. E. 24th Street PHONE 2-3662 -t .._.—..—+



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r inA Y. MARCH 31, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ONE A SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER WASHINGTON STORAGE CO., Inc. 1005 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Hold Rabbinical Conference Here PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS CROWLEY'S INC. WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONE 3-5603 >725 N. W. 7th Avenue Miami, Florida \\ r EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER JOHN J. FRITZ AND ASSOCIATES OF THE MELROSE NURSERY and SOILS CO. Landscaping and Maintenance. Soils and Sod. Fruit i -. l'alnis and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Beds. >; Hid Soils for Lawn Dressing. -741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611—3-8612 r We Extend Best Wishes to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY PASSOVER SRAEEL and JABALY, Inc. !KH) Lincoln Road Miami Bleach I t GREETINGS: ENERAL REPAIRING DAY & NIGHT SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE—WHEEL-DRUM STRAIGHTENING AUTHORIZED AAA SERVICE WRECKER SERVICE Wheel and Axle Alignment Frame Straightening SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 Northeast Seventh Street PHONE 2-6783 SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER WM. BORDEAUX ARCHITECT 629 N. W. Seventh Street *none 2-0277 +A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS SEABOARD SMOKE SHOP AND LIQUOR STORE A. O. (BUD) SHIVERS 724 N. W. TwentVj-Seoond Street Opposite Seaboard Station Miami's largest and most complete line of imported and domestic liquors. All advertised prices met. Give us a trial and be convinced. First-class bar in connection PHONE 2-9955 —* r PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS MIAMI ICE CREAM AND DAIRY CO. JOHN T. CHRISTIAN8EN. President 17 X. W. Fourth Street %  2 3581 The HOTEL EVANS Tenth and Collins—Miami Beach ^^ "~"""s^rTicT. Condi^t.Tin th. Traditional Mann.r By CANTOR VICTOR JACOBY AND CHOIR 7.RST SEDAR. MONDAY EVENING APRIL 3 :S0 P. MSECOND SEDAR. TUESDAY EVeNINO. APRIL 4. • SO P"> Reaarvations Sugoeited for Mdar Nighta oV ftmainder of Paaaovar Weak Enjoy tha Holiday Faval In tho Homa-Llka Atmoaphere of tha Evana PHONE 5.4 a 1 1 A most successful convention indicative of greater unity which exists between the Rabbis serving; the various Jewish communities in the State of Florida, was held in Miami Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. March 26th through 28th. The Convention began with a reception and musicale in honor of the visiting Rabbis at Temple Israel Sunday evening, with the + following musical artists appearing on the program: Professor Leo Portnoff, Eleanor Clark Linton. Rosemary Gerson. Annie Lau rie and Cantor Maurice Mamches. Hostesses at the reception were: Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner, Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. M. B. Frank. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. H M. Drevich. Monday morning the sessions were held at the Beth Jacob Congregation. A symposium by the Rabbis followed a paper read by Rabbi Abraham AKellner on "The Attitudes of the Jew to his non-Jewish Neighbor as expressed in the Talmud." The afternoon sessions featured the outlining of plans for the coming year, and the appointment of committees. Climaxing the Convention was the mass meeting held at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation on Monday night. Keynote addresses were delivered by Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan and Morris D. Margolis. A pledge of cooperation with the Rabbis in their work was expressed by the presidents of the congregations, through Mr. Isaac Levin. The invocation was offered by Rabbi David Zielonka; a reading from the Psalms by Rabbi Morris ASkop. and benediction by Rabbi Pizer Jacobs. Cantors Joseph Malek and Maurice Mamches rendered musical selections on the program, which Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. of the Miami Orthodox Congregation, presided at. Greetings from the host congregation were extended by its president. MrHM. Drevich. At the Tuesday morning session, Dr. George A. Barton, world famous archeologist and former director of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, delivered a lecture on "Archeology and the Bible." In addition to the Rabbis present. Dr. Barton's lecture was heard by several local ministers. Officers elected by the RlfcMl for the coming year were: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan of South Florida, as president; Rabbi Morris DMargolis of North Florida, first vice-president; Rabbi Adolph Burger of the West Coast, second vice-president and Rabbi Morris A. Skop of Central Florida, secretary. Rabbis attending the Convention were: Rabbi David Bogner, Daytona Beach; Rabbi Adolph Bur ger, Tampa; Rabbi Manuel Greenstein, West Palm Beach; Rabb, Carl NHerman. West Palm Beach; Rabbi Pizer Jacobs. St. Petersburg; Dr. Jacob H.Kaplan, Miami; Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, Miami; Rabbi A S. Kle.nfeld, St. Petersburg; Rabbi Morris D. Margolis. Jacksonville; Kabbi Moses Mescheloff. Miami Beach; Rabbi Max Shapiro. Miami; Rabb, Morris A. Skop. -Orlando; Rabbi David L. Zielonka. Tampa; Rabb, P Zissman. St. Augustine and Rabbi Colman AZwitman, Miami. AS USUAL MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET Will SUPDIV your every Passover want! Manischewitz Horowitz-Margareten, London and Streit's Matzos. Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts of all Kinds, Spices, VinegarEtc. KOSHER PASSOVER WINK PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS YELL — for — PENNELL! PLUMBING CONTRACTOR ORIGINAL PLUMBING SHOP ON WHEELS OIL BURNERS FRT 10.10 SEPTIC TANKS SOLAR HEATERS EST 1919 STEAM FITTING W. H. PENNELL, INC. 744 X. W. 23rd Court Phone 4-2.")78 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS WESTINGHOUSE Complete Line Electric Appliances PAGE ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. Oldest and Largest Westinghouse Dealers in Greater Miami REFRIGERATORS — RANGES — WATER HEATERS DISHWASHERS —WATER COOLERS — RADIOS Specializing in All-Electric Westinghouse Kitchens 214 X. E. 2nd Av<—(Professional Bldg)— Phone 2-6255 1 EXPERIENCE has taught us to use and recommend Dutch Hoy White Lead and Dutch Boy Linseed Oil. EARL UNDER Painting and Decorating 2521 X. W. 23rd Street—MIAMI—Phone H-49.)i Dutch Boy Paint Jobs can be Financed Through the Dutch Boy Easy Payment Plan. THE TRAIL KOSHER MARKET 1832 S. W EIGHTH STREET-TELEPHONE 23024 ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THAT REV. JOSEPH MALEK IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH TRAIL K08HER MARKET WHERE THE FINEST WESTERN MEATS ft TENNESSEE POULTRY IS SOLD AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES STRICTLY KOSHER FREE DELIVERY ALL DAY +• PASSOVER GREETINGS to all our JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS GENERAL IE CO., OF GOES A LONG WAY TO MAKE FRIENDS 824 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI. FLORIDA % 


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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 31 L339 1 %  CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 497 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 PERMANENT CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR Daily services at 7:00 am., and 5:30 p. m. Sabbath Services — Saturday morning at 8:30. Junior Congregation Services— Saturday morning at 10:30. Daily Hebrew School—3:15 to 6:15 p. m. Sunday School—Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. Bar Mitzvah Group—Sunday at 9:00 o'clock. LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES As is the custom at Beth David to terminate our Late Friday Evening Services with "Shabbos Hagodol." we shall close the ser-1 ies for the season this coming Friday evening at 8:15 p. m. The; Boy Scouts of Miami will be the I guests of the Congregation during the servicesRabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the subject: "Preserving American and Jewish Democracy." Cantor Louis Hayman assisted by the Beth David choir will Chant the liturgic melodies. Mr. M. J. Kopelowitz, president of the congregation, will officially address the congregants and close the seriesThe late Friday evening services do not supplant any daily or Sabbath service held at the synagogue. They merely complement and sup plement the other spiritual and cultural activities. We urge our members and friends to be present at this closing service. SABBATH SERVICES During the services Saturday morning at 9:00, Bernard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Fried, will become Bar Mitzvah. May he be a constant joy to his parents and friendi. The Junior Congregation will meet at 10:30 Saturday morning. We request parents to bring their children for the next two Sabbaths for with "Shabbos of Pesach" we will bring to a close the Junior services which are indeed inspirational. PASSOVER CELEBRATION Monday evening will usher in the Feast of Passover and will last until sunset Tuesday. April 11thWe definitely urge our members and friends to attend Synagogual services at least the first two days (Tuesday and Wednesday) and the last two days (Monday, April 10th and Tuesday, April 11th.) Tuesday morning, April 4th at 9:30 Rabbi Shapiro will preach in Yiddish on the subject "PassoverJoy or Sorrow." Wednesday morn ing, April 5th, the Rabbi will discuss the subject: "Looking Forward!" Cantor Louis Hayman will chant the prayers. SEDER OBSERVANCE This Sunday morning at 10:00 the pupils will celebrate their annual Passover Seder in the auditorium The Sisterhood will serve the necessary edibles and the children will participate in the traditional Seder. We have selected this Sunday morning preceding Passover, so that the children will know and understand the import of the "Sederium" observed i" their respective homes. RADIO PROGRAM Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio program over Station WIOD this coming Sunday after-! noon from 3:00 to 3:30. He will discuss the timely subject: "America Speaks in Terms of Ethics." Cantor Louis Hayman, accompan ied at the piano by Mrs. Essie Shaeffer will chant appropriate numbers. WARNING! Parents are requested to keep + their children out of school next Tuesday and Wednesday (the first j two days of Passover.) The chil-1 dren will be excused by Mr. Wilson, superintendent of schools, provided the children attend services and receive the approval of the RabbiCome with your children to the services during Passover A HAPPY PASSOVE FARR TOURS INCORPORATED "PARR TOUR8 Al; FAR BETTER" 527 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-2063 SINCERE WISHES rOR A HAPPY PASSOVE.* LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th Street Phone 3-3689 HAPPY PA8SOVER Carl Lambert CITY ENGINEER MIAMI. I'l.oUIDA GREET! N GS Court House Billiard Room The Rest and Biggest in the South Rilliard Room Supplies MORRIS BAIN. President Phone 2-7452. 37-41 Miami Ct. A HAPPY PASSOVER CORAL GABLES GROCERY CO. 2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd CORAL GABLES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ELECTRIC SALES and SERVICE CO 1530 N. E. 2n<\ Avenue MR. and -MRS. BENJAMIN COHEN EXTEND THEIR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER +• We Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER JAMES HOTEL o, CALM THOSE] I BY USING NERVES, DCXTOR BE SWEETU MILES' SERENE/ %  N ERV/NE 302 S. Miami Avenue PASSOVER GREETINGS HART HARDWARE COMPANY FRED HOSEA 44 X. E. First Street HOLIDAY GREETINGS DOLPHIN HOTEL 937 N. E. First Avenue MIAMIFLORIDA -r Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER DAVIDSON & COMPANY Representing GENERAL ELECTRIC Refrigerators — Ranges MILLS Ice Cream Freezers Carbondale-Worthington Commercial Refrigeration Air Conditioning UNITED CORK CO. CORK PRODUCTS 1524 W. Flagler St.—Ph. 3-6667 Thirteen Years in Miami I Can you afford to be NERVOUS? Perhaps you could afford those attacks of Nerves if you were the only one affected. Tense nerves make you a nuisance to everyone with whom you come in contact. No one likes you when you are jumpy, irritable and nervous. N DR.MILES'C ERVINL DR. MILES NERVINE has been recognized as effective for more than 60 years by sufferers from Sleeplessness, Nervous Irritability. Nervous Headache. Nervous Indigestion. Travel Sickness. LIQUID NERVINE Large btl. $1.00, Small Ml. 25* EFFERVESCENT TABLETS Large pkg. 75*. Small pkg. 25* At your drug store IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM AHAPPY PASSOVER HELP Male—Female — White—Colored Culinary. Dining Room. Front Office. Housekeeping. Engineers. Departments. Leading Agency tor Chefs. Cooks. Bakers Waiters, Waitresses. Maids. Etc. EMPIRE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Branch Office. New York Clv 76 1-2 N. E. 1st. St. Ph. 2-8454 Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVE>. Overseas TRANSPORTATION CO., Inc. 228 8. W. N. River Di — + i HAPPY PASSOVE? E. A. EHMANN ARCHITECT 2C8 Halcyon An.; i MIAMI. FLORIDA MORTGAGE LOANS 5% AMERICAN BANK m TRUST COMPANY 139 N. E. FIRST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA To Bring Enjoyment to Your Passover Table, Prepare Your Foods With ROKEACH Pure and Kosher Food Products • Rokeach kosher D £ s trr N'yafat • "Not Fleischig, Not Milchig" Rokeach Kosher Peanut Oil—In cans and jugs At All Groceries I ROKEACH & SONS, INC, BROOKLYN, N. Y. • Trn.le Murk Hrg. V. H. Pat. Off. Rokeach Pure Frail Preserves Strawberry Raspberry Cherry Marmalade Rok<-arh Pure Hone) :: Rokeach kosher Cider Vinegar



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE JACKSONVILLE 9 NEWS >) and Mrs. Albert Glnsburg mce the birth of a daughter, >n TuesdayMarch 21st in Luke's Hospital. Mrs. Ginsp .nior to her marriage was Issie Hecht. %  -. Saul Perlman, whose mar., was an event of March 19th, • former Miss Rebecca Smith, phter of Mr ami Mrs Sam Mr. and Mrs. Perlman will I, at 3152 Pearl Street. Ray Marks, Mrs. Sara Har and brothers have returned •.heir old home in Macon, Ga they attended the marnaRe ir brother, Felix Meyer, to Lilly Frenkel, of Atlanta, in the home of Mr. and Mrs Hirsch. Mrs. Ira Stein (rave the review ,edition in which it has been the Temple Sisterhood lit ,lass in the Temple Ho"" • Tuesday afternoon. Sisterhood held T luncheon Wednesday in the Temple Mrs. Herbert Hammel and -. A. H. Wilkinson were in ers or; behalf of Mr. Palmer's Candida, y are listed some of the finest citizens of Miami, not necessarily of Jewish faith, of which he is a member, but of every sect, every religion, every denomination; men from labor ranks; men with social I standing; businessmen, and men of every walk of life. all are interested in the tandidacy of s11> II I'M MER, knowing that when he i.-elected he will devote all his; time, energy, and ability for the interest of the City of Miami, and i will help to bring about a closer understanding between the City Administration and the tax payers of Miami. Mr. Palmer, who is a home-own. er and tax payei 1 is a friend of old and young, poor and rich, taking part in every civic movement in Miami, and always being eager and willing to be of service to his fellow men. This advertising is being made possible by many friends of Mr. I'alnur. who have Inined hands to help him in his race, and wh 0 are paying for this advertising so that the general public and readers of' the Jewish Florldian may know of their interest oiv his behalfTo all conscientious voters of Miami, to all men and women who are interested in tin future progress of Miami, we, who know SID H. I'M MER, recommend him as the only candidate who will fearlessly, and conscientiously, guide the affairs of the City of Miami from a chaotic condition in which it has been for the past several years, into a city of plenty, into a city of pros perity, into a city where every man, woman and child will feel safe with their lives, their investments, and their future. A vote for SID H. PALMER is a vote for progressive, able, conscientious, administration. A vote for SID II. PALMER is a vote for a loyal .likeable, logical conunis sior. r. A vote for SID 11. PA1 MER is a vote for more playgrounds in every part of the city, for all year round payrolls, for less unemployment VOTE MAY SECOND FOR SID H PALMER GREETINGS SUN HOY RESTAURANT MIKE GILROY 217 Fifth Avenue .MIAMI BEACH We Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER B. W. THACKER Adding Machines and Type writers Sold. Rented, Rebuilt. Exchanged. Ask about our Rental Purchase Contract PHONE 2 0115 123 N. E. First Street + +• Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER BEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance and Annuities 401 First National Hank Rldg. PHONE 20721 T GREETINGS ROBERT CLAY HOTEL 129 s. E. Fourth Street JAMES J HELM Manager HAPPY PASSOVER SAYERS APARTMENT HOTEL A Home Away from Home Modern Rates, Newly Decorated Cor. 28th St. 2728 NE. 2nd Av. + TheMakers of THAT (iOOD MOON KIST ICECREAM ami Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER ROYAL PALM CREAMERY (Incorporated) Phone 3-8655 + Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER Green Candle Tea Room 52 Silver Bluff Ave. Coral Gables, Fin. Home Cooking — Pleasant Atmosphere A HAPPY PASSOVER—WE'LL BE SEEIN' YOU AT VICK'S BAR AIR CONDITIONED 35 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida Our G. If. Q. — Make It Yours! WARD MINCER THURBER MINCER + —. %  — %  — %  + + GREETINGS K. M. COOK SERVICE STATION Phone 2-9960 "Service Our Motto" | A HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Many Friends JACK & DORA UNDERWOOD The SIMON BEAUTY SHOPPE Hair Dyeing Our Specialty 3 Items $1.00 444 Collins Ave., Phone 5-9192 Miami Beach, Fla. In the last stages of the prelim .rary work before filing qualifica •..on petitions for City Commission, it was disclosed today that about five thousand registered ed and qualified voters have signal qualification petitions circular Led by many friends and followeri of SID H. PALMER, candidate ior City Commissioner, subject to May 2nd Primaries. Mr. Palmer, who has resided in Miami for the past fifteen years, ...-.d who is known to all as an energetic, untiring, civic, fraternal, and social worker, is expected to make one of the finest races ever r-:aged by an individual of his :ype. Mr. Palmer is a member of almost every worthwhile organization of Miami, has devoted the t-reater part of his time in service to others, and has made a splendid rteord for himself. Among workGREETINGS BLACK & WHITE TAVERN 2207 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS GEO. E. "RTTNNTTTX, Inc. CONTRACTOR 79 N. E. 20th Terrace 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 3-1922 Phone 7-2876 To Our Many Friends and Patrons a Most HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS DRUCKER AND FAMILY Jewelers 1053 Washington Avenue Miami Beach A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Charley's News Complete Line of Current Magazines Films and Developing Complete Line of Smoker's Supplies Stationery—Racing Periodical* 1434 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-9317 Miami Beach, Fla. HAPPY PASSOVER Maloly's Market 941 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER CHARLES G. HANNOCK Dade County Surveyor To Our Many Friends and Patrons a Most HAPPY PASSOVER T HE INN "Quality Foods at Moderate Prices" BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Rolfe Armored Truck Service, Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-4011—If No Answer Call 2-7565 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER WHITE BELT DAIRY ESTABLISHED 1906 Milk and Dairy Products from Our Certified Government Tested Herd PHONE 7-2411 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Claude-Neon Southern Corporation 2014 N. W. Miami Court Phone 3-3185 E. J. DANIEL, Manager MIAMI. FLORIDA *• : GREETINGS Florence Villa Apartments 1450 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach HENRY HUOOT, Mgr. Phone 5-9327 Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER GOODYEAR SERVICE 900 Biseayne Boulevard Phone 3-6463 MIAMI, FLORIDA Florida Sunland Foods, Inc. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The original Pure Papaya Syrup BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MURPHY T^PMTTE CO. •GET THE BEST—FORGET THE REST" TERMITE ERADICATION WOOD PRESERVING 100 N. E. 24th Street Phone 2-4307 1 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS SHAW BROTHERS OIL CO. Distributors of Pure Oil Products IN SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA



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PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLQRIDIAN_ FRIDAY, MARCH 31. 1939 LEAVE FOR NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wexler, both associated with the Southern Kosher Sausage Factory, Inc., left for New York City Friday where they will remain for the summer. • • • LUNCHEON TO BE HELD The Welfare Division of the Emunah Chapter have completed plans for their annual luncheon to be held Monday, April 24th, from 11:00 a. m., to 2:30 p m., at the Southern Cafeterias. All members and friends are urged to attend as the proceeds will go towards the Masonic Home. • • • UNVEILING IS HELD The unveiling of the tombstone t 0 the memory of Anna Benjamin Greenberg took place last Sunday afternoon with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating, with members of the family and friends present. After Rahbi Shapiro's address. Eastern Star services were held with Mrs. Anne Reisman, worthy matron, who gave a eulogy, followed by Mrs. Lena Simon, secretary* who gave an obituary on the life of the deceased. Flowers of the colors of the Order were placed on the grave by members of the Chapter participating. • BABY IS BORN Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz announce the birth of a baby son Sunday. March 25th at th e Jackson Memorial Hospital. The Bris will take place Sunday at the hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. FLOWERS FOR PASSOVER AND FOR ALL OCCASIONS FLOWERS By Wire Anywhere PHONE .V7.V27 Landscaping Maintenance ARTISTIC FLOWER SHOP 4.V-1— 41st St. Miami Beach GRADE"A" GOAT MILK Only licensed and inspected 'jo.it dairy in Soutli Florida Visitors Welcome Daily Delivery DR. ELLIOTT'S GOAT DAIRY 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7--_932 VISITS IN THE NORTH Mrs. A. Wertheimer left recently for New Orleans, where she will visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Nathan Eisenman, and will remain for several weeks. WEDDING TAKES PLACE The marriage of Miss Eva Weiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Weiner, and Arthur Fay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fay, took place Sunday in the study of Rabbi Max Shapiro. The bride attended school in Chicago. Mr. Fay attended Miami schools and Blue Ridge School of Hendersonville, >.'. C. Following a honeymoon trip through the state the couple will reside at 1536 S. W. 9th Street• • • WEDDING ANNIVERSARY IS CELEBRATED Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzmar of 926 Fifteenth Street, Miami Beach, celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary last wee'c with an open house at their home. They were assisted in entertaining by their daughters and daughtei sin-law, MrsLeo Schwartz, Mrs. Harry Cohen, MrsJack and Mrs. Edwin PeretzmanOver one hundred guests attendedVISITS HERE Mr. and Mrs. M. RSiegel, Baltimore. Md., are visiting in ami as the house guests of Bertha B Levy. of MiMrs. COUNCIL HOLDS REGULAR FORUM The forum sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Wo-j men will meet Friday afternoon at 2:00 p. m.. at the Evans Hotel, Miami BeachThe guest speaker, Mrs. J. Paul Reed, will speak on "The Position of Women in Japan" Mrs. Reed, who with her husband, Dr. Reed, professor of sociology of the University of Mi-< of the twenty yeMW „f ^ork^a.has returned from AKBEITER RING TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY The twentieth anniversary of the Arbeiter Ring Schools through out the United States and Canada, organized to further the study of the Jewish language, culture and history, will be celebrated soon. The local branch of the Arbeiter Ring will present a concert plan nee" by the dramatic group; a noted actor will be featured; Jewish folk songs and recitations will be rendered; and a distinguished Jewish scholar, Mr. A. Blosteen of Atlanta, Ga.. will give a resume PASSOVER CARD PARTY TO BE GIVEN More than one hundred r <,rva tions have been made foi over card party sponsors Lena Simon Club for 'i of the Welfare Division Emunah Chapter, to Thursday afternoon, Aj. 2:00 pm, at the horn. Samuel Blank, hostess Tree Drive, Miami Bea< Mrs. Morris B. Frank, assistingThere will be freshments and varin games. Tickets may be from any member or al The public is invited t '>>• the f the iv 6th at | % %  Mrs. 11 Pine I with I ten Eei, re-1 "ard %  ained I •• door-1 an where eight she ami. vear stay in Japan, was a member of the faculty of the girl's high school in Kobe, and a member of the Kobe Womens Cub and the International Women's Club. Public speaking lessons on "Preparing the Speech" will be given, with Mrs. Julia R. Pearson giving tho model talk on the topic "Hitler—the Niebelung." Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will continue the study course on "The Jew in the Making of America," the subject of this week's discussion being "The American Jew in the World War." complished by the Arbeiter Ring Schools in America, will comprise the program. Details of the affair will be announced at a later date. PASSOVER GREE1 FLOWERS FOR THE HOLIDA GUARANTEED FRESH ( CUT FLOWERSc PUNBRAti DBSli FLOWERS BY WIT SHROEDERS TAMIAMI PLORST (The Pioneer Trail F >: 3S19 S. W. SUl Si PHONE 4-303' It is my earnest hope flint the Jews this year ami the years to come in a y enjoy peace and happiness in this troubled world. BENJAMIN AXELROAD MAJOR JUDGE ADVOCATE U. S. AHMV j GEORGE LANGER — SID LANGER AND ASSOCIATES OK THE SUNGAS COMPANY 1100 West Flagler Street PHONE 2-3811 EXTEND TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER PROUDLY THE FRANK SEIDEN MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCES The Floridian Hotel WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR THE COMING PASSOVER HOLIDAYS WHICH COMMENCE Monday, April 3rd and Terminate April llth A WELL KNOWN CANTOR ASSISTED BY AN ORGANIZED CHOIR WILL OFFICIATE DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED MIAMI AND THE BEACH



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rKlDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 + THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach VOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 62". Mlrhipan Avenue •l'hoiif 5-1828 v SSOVBR PREPARATIONS cordanco with Jewish traRabbi Meschcloff will this Mfternoon deliver a tradiShabboi Hagodol Pilpul at m. The public is welcome. likath Chametez, the seanh•i,r and removal of chamets i.lace Sunday night. Biur •z. the burning of the gath hametz is to take place be10:00 am Monday morning. %  ; %  / may be oaten until 9:00 Matzo may not be eaten lay before the Seder. MECHIRASS (HAMETZ sale of chametz can be ,.1 through Rabbi Meschel t.i Monday morning at 0:3(i The Rabbi will be at the irue from 4:00 to 7:00, and home mornings. SITDM • the benefit of the first born, Mescheloff will conduct a on the tractate "Ayrchin" lay morning at 8:30 at the pie. Every first born male i m>t intend fasting ercv should attend this (unction, WARNING buy merchandise simply ,; with the words "Kosher sach." Many articles so label%  in reality forbidden to be on Passover. Unless the ar has an established Rabbinic : sement beware of purchas In all cases of doubt call l your Rabbi for assurance. •ilar care should be taken in .,>,• of cakes, candies, and ar• wrapped in bags • not eat at any place adverj: "Passover Meals," "Tradi • rial Seder." etc., without verifyB the reliability of the estab nent Eating establishments : recognized as kosher through• the year are not likely to be -t-r for PassoverHOLIDAY GREETINGS. Our Rabbi, Cantor and Sexton, r officers, board members and A HAPPY PASSOVER from j J. S. MAS' PHARMACY I ret and Washington Ave. Phone 5-9958 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS < tva Friends and Patrons HARRY TOREM LEO AXLROD ami Associates of Knglander Elliott Incorporated B39 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-8800 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor 1 10 Micliift.'in Avenue 'Phone 5-SU13 congregational and sisterhood members join in wishing all our friends a happy, kosher Passover. HOLIDAY SERVICES Services will be held the first two evenings at G:00 p. m.j mornings at 8:00 and it:00 a. m. Can tor .Maurice Mamches will chant. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak the first morning on "The New Exo dus"; the second morning on "The I eaven of the World." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SEDER Our Religious School will conduct its annual model seder Thursday night at 8:00 p. m. The Seder will include a "Professor Quiz." a number of Passover songs and refreshments. Parents anvl friends of our school are all cordially invited. HABANOTH CELEBRATES The Miami Reach Habanoth will celebrate Passover with a party and entertainment which will be held at the home of the Rabbi Saturday night. Choi Hamoed, at 7:30 p. m An interesting program is being arranged. Refreshments will be servedPARENTS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN We plead with all parents of school children to keep their children out of public school the first lw<> and last two days of Pass over Send your children to our services. Let them not envy the non-Jew his Easter holidays. T.et them enjoy our own beautiful and inspiring holy days of Passover. Join with them in making Pesach a holiday of prayer, instruction and enjoyment. A HAPPY PASSOVER R. W. (BOB) RALSTON PASSOVER GREETINGS To My Jewish Friends TOM WOOD CONSTABLE i Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER To ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Clerk of Criminal Court PASSOVER GREETINGS MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE BALL AND CHAIN BAR DANCING <)p|)osii. Tower Theatre 1513 S. W. Eighth Street PASSOVER GREETINGS BIGGER AND BETTER PEPSI-COLA FAMOUS FOR OVER :t'> Y EARS A SPARKLING, BRACING BEVERAGE REFRESHING BEALTHFUL PEPSI-COLA A NICKLE DRINK—WORTH A DIME DURING PASSOVER FISH BAKER FISH CO. ALWAYS THE BEST ALWAYS FRESH PHONE 2-6534 S. W2nd Ave. and River %  BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTHERN DAIRIES Locally Produced Milk Ice Cream Cottage Cheese Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS PHONE 2-8431 _J I ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT FOR OUR METHOD BEST WISHES—BEST OF LUCK A HAPPY PASSOVER Mike Dallett's Garage & Service Station 340 Twenty-Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A A HAPPY PASSOVER WAITE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Kelvinators Stoves Water Coolers 1601 X. ]•:. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-1625 .• _.._ .. — „„ % %  —,,,..i.f, — — .. i i PASSSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS COLLIN'S GARAGE 24 HOUR WRECKING SERVICE REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES OF CARS A COMPLETE SERVICE VISIT OUR NEW AND UP-TO-DATE GARAGE Second Street and First Court, S. W. Phone 3-7308 A HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER-SMITH POULTRY CO. FLORIDA FRESH EGGS EVERY DAY 102 \. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-4613 I It is Our Pleasure to Extend to'Our Many Jewish Friends and Pations Sincere Good Wishes for aj HAPPY PASSOVER THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. 4 PASSOVER GREETINGS ONLY THE FINEST THE OCEAN PROVIDES" A FULL LINE OF FRESH SEA FOODS EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 West Flagler at Bridge OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS PHONE 3-5514 •4 "i JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF COFFEES AND TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2 2174 WISHES FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER \ Ref DR. GEORGE F. EHRLINE NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN 39 S. E. Sixth S.ree.-Mi.mi-Te.ephone for Appointment 3-3861 SPECIAL MODALITIES To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Wo Wish A HAPPY PASSOVER FOR PROMPT SERVICE CALL A BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT LOWEST MIAMI RATES Call 2-4141 20 N. W. First Avenue 4



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rAGE EIGHT THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH ai a I A Passover Message R. R. .AM.ER. President Jewish • Welfare Bureau At the annual recurrence of our Pasover festival it is the custom of Jews the world over to rejoice. We again relive the deliverance of our people from Egyptian bondage and celebrate the observance in our ceremonies It is a happy holiday. How shall the Jew celebrate the Passover festival in this year of 1939? The condition of world! Jewry the world over is too well' known to require repetition here. With our brethren overseas in the! gip of a new bondage and with ami Semitic outburst" h'-re in Otn •mn land of religious freedom. • .. hfwa *ha!l we face the '<.].-!,ration I of a former deliverance? I The answer is plain We must I face the coming holiday with intelligence and courage, as distinguished from hysteria and fear ( When we gather together for the service at the Sader table, we must learn anew, from it the lesson which it teaches—that the Jewhas endured trials and tribulations before, and that we will emerge from this dark phase of our history, out of the shadows and into the lightjust as we have done before. All this, however, require* more than mere words of optimism. Words must be backed by action; and action, to be effective must be calm, analytical, intelligent and collective. We have in Greater Miamiorganizations taking 'are work. Each organization has its SAVE with SAFETY iiNSURED>. Place Yow Savings Where They Will Receive Federal Protection and Federal Supervision Wt Matt Mm V s Fmi 4% On Savings 1ACH ACCOUNT INSURED UP TO $5,000 of various phases of our Jewiih own particular field of endeavor, and each organization, in order to function properly, effectively, and for the betterment of the community, needs the support and cooperation of every Jewish ; in the community. We have in Miami many Jewish organizations serving our community ... if you need someone to guide or assist you telephone these organizations. They will tell you whom to consult for assistance or guidance and adviceIf Jewish communal problems come to your attentionplease, for your own sake and for the >ake of the rest of the community, do not attempt to handle the matter ir own way < '<>nsu!t your organizations: confer with them. Community matters should bi ;i I upon by the community Do n • 1: "petty publicity" wrong placi Use you ium for your own news. A I ..%  %  %  %  •' ini • but by cooperative, • in a< tion, Jewry thi GREETINGS BE H N E PRINTING CO. 173 N. E First Street MIAMI. FLORIDA face the dawn of a new Passover with confidence and high courage, secure in the knowledge that we must, we shallwe will surviveLADIES BUY VOLR COSMETICS IN THE BULK NOTHING OVER 25c Powder Blended to Your Individual Shade AMERICAN BEAUTY COSMETICS '21 Seybold Arcade DR. CHAS. lECKwrrr OPTOurraisT Orer U row* Is Miami E>e>trala eaa eanac headache*, tlrnt. jrhinr r>r. and drawnlnru. Bui. more than that, II caaaea taetflrlenej and roMlj mlatmhe* beeaaae It drain. >..nr raera> and foes joor brain. Wearing Ibe proper flaaeee la the sal; rrrordj. Phone t-7308 for appointment. 36 LOCATED AT W „. E. 1ST AVE. PHO.VE 1-T308 PASSOVER ReservationWith all tl, lions of th< ritual .... And a vice and cuisine a.jnlr at the Alamac Your hosts fern 1st Seder MOM 2nd Seder, Tuti ALAMAC HOE! Collins and 1 Miami Ren INSBKD SAYINGS MORTGAGE LOANS DHDE FEDERAL snvmus two Lonn associRTion OF minmi Ground Floor ConarBis Bld S .. 109 H. E. Second Rvt. J. M. UPTON. President RESOURCES OVER $2,800,000.00 ir PAYS TO GET THE BEST Dlack Siind. Muck. Marl or Mixed Soil, $1.00 a yard. Cow Manure, 3 bags 11.00 Phone 4-4S04. Agent will call. OPEN TO VISITORS 9:00 A. M. TO 6KH) P. M. MUSA ISLE Seminole Indian Village ALLIGATOR WRESTLING EVERY HOUR N. W. 25th AVE. and 16th ST. Banana, Guava, Citrus Trees and Many Rare Tropical Plants |_MUMI$ REV. H. M. KAGAN TnnrSM %£tt? P ??>. F riends and Acquaintances that TO OBTAIN REAL QUALITY DEMAND %  MEYER-GANELES WINE MALAGA, GRAPE, BURGUNDY>SAUTERNE.PORT TOKAY, MUSCATELTN" HERR" KOSHER FOR PASSOVER REV. H. M. KAGAN ~^,,^ REPRESENTING w ^ ( SOUTHERN LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS



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UAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 31 1939 THE Y. M. H. A. (BY FARRY SCHWARTZ) PASSOVER TO ItEGIN MONDAY MONDAY, APRIL 3RD Iiv observance of Passover the Y. building will close Monday evening:, April 3rd at 5:30 p. in. and reopen again Wednesday evening, April 5th at 6:00 o'clock On Sunday evening. April Sth at 5:30 o'clock the Y. will again close and will reopeiv at the termination of the holidays on Tuesday evening, April 11th at 6:00 o'clock. Y SECURES BAYFRONT PARK FOR MINSTREL Through the efforts of Maurice Grossman, executive director, the ,Ysecured Hayfront Park to hold their minstrel show about June 6th or 7th. This will be one of the most gigantic enterprises ever undertaken by the organization. According to Al Keisman and Lou Safan co-chairmen, many members have already registered to take part in this show. We need singers, dancers, chorus men and women. In fact if you have any tab nt at all, please see the executive director. We are happy to announce that we have been fortunate to secure the services of Mr. Sam Schulwolfe, to assist us with the minstrel. Mr. Schulwolfe has had a wide experience with minstrel shows throughout the South and his association with the V. will aid greatly in its preparation. HELLO SPORT, YOU TOO. NAT There are 4 teams in the Commercial Bowling League consisting r Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons for a most HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTHLAND MOTORS, INC. Clarence C. Carr, Pres. 220 N\ E. 13th Street Your "Chevrolet Dealer" WISHING ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER F. L. DAVIS CO. INC. WHOLESALE TOBACCONISTS .->4s X. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS FRED L. ELLINGTON Automobile Repairing In All Branches 3091 Oak Avenue Coconut Grove PHONE 4-2487 -1 WE DISTRIBUTE THE ONLY KOSHER PASSOVER WINES Bottled Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A KELLNER OF MIAMI RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF OF MIAMI BEACH We Also Carry a Complete Assortment of CARMEL PALESTINE AND E. & K. WINES ASK FOR THIS BRAND "\ nos5 \m.PORT WINE ALCOHOL 19* TO 21* BY VOLUME MIAMI, FLA ft O T T I. £ D HI N Miami A With the culmination of the basketball season the members of the Y. will be afforded the choice of diamondball or volleyball. Aaron BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA GLASS MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of Bottles—Jars—Etc. 1G7 \. E. 29th St reel MIAMI. FLORIDA FOR AN ENJOYABLE Passover Make Your Reservations at JOE RUBIN Second St. at Collins Ave. MARTIN COCHEM "Well known Personality" will officiate at the services. REASONABLE RATES FOR THE SADERS Or for the Entire Week and Doc Weinkle were again appointed co-managers of the 1939 diamondball team after their most successful triumph of last season when they won the Daily News Golden Ball championship. We are looking for a coach for the volleyball groups, which will Ret under way rlghl after PassoverHow about you and you BEST WISHES Fi iR SUB JUNIOR V. DEFEATS A HAPPY PASSOVER V. M C. A. PING PONG TEAM HOTEL EUCLID 320 Euclid Av.-i Last Wednesday the recently %  I (Continued on Page Seven) I fc MIAMI BEAl [] PAN-AMERICAN AIRWAYS RESTAURANT OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAV EXTENDS THE HANI) OF FELLOWSHIP The coolest and mosl distinctive Marine Reataumi in Miami WHERE SOUTH MEETS NORTH Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner Cocktail Lounge PAN AMERICAN AIRPORT PHONE IT IS OUR PLEASURE T AND PATRONS OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BELCHER OIL CO. 1217 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 2-7425 Nijrlit Calls 2-742* ~n YOU MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS noBbws • ——• Strictly Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER Beth Jacob Cong. Miami Beach of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. GRADE "A" MILK—SWEET BUTTER—SWEET CREAM—SOUR CREAM—COTTAGE CHEESE ICE CREAM AND ICES AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US MIAMI BLACK FLA PHONE 5-5537



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 • THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN SOCIETY RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION EXHOUSES WAR VETERANS During the convention' of the piorda Rabbinical Association, the p, -t (if Jewish War Veterans ted permission from Presi,],.•,Rabbi Kaplan, to appear be| f, the bodyPresident Rabbi 1 graciously consented, and | fficers of this organization, [ Harry Markowitz. Nat; r : 1 J. William Baros, spoke exti poraneoutly to this august xplaining the aims and ob,<{ what the Jewish War \, < ,,f the United States forlediately after their remarks 1 binical Association passed u ion endorsing the objec. of this organisation' e gathering, there were Chaplain* of Jewish War Posts in Florida, namely; Meacheloff of the Miami Rabbi Greenstein of the Palm Reach Post, and Rabbi | the Orlando Post. • YOUNG JL'DEA ELECTS OFFICERS At the last meeting of the Stephen S. Wise Tamar D e Sola Pool Young Judea Club of Miami, election of officers Was held. Those elected were Henry Mendell, president; Irene Jacobs, vice-president; Claire Brown, secretary; Seymour Hinkes, treasurer; Ester Lea Silverman, Alvin Schwartz, Sunshine Fagan. Aaron Rosenthal, and Melvin Wohl. board of directors; Sophia Tendrich, JN. F. chairman; ar.^l I/ouis Fine, Keren HanoaT chairman. Advisors of the group arc Miss Adele Segall, Sidney Segal! and Nathan ZwitmanThe next mettir.'g will be held Wednesday, April 5th. Y. M. H. H. NOTES Continued from Page Six) ions for many other attractions to interest the present membership as well as particular new members: Milt Friedman, our erstwhile president is up and out of a sick bed after taking a swiff of the flowers the board sent him: Congrats to Manny Tietler who was made leader of the Boy Scouts Troop (1 due to the absence of Harry Saul: At the present time the "Y" is the scene of much activity with the following clubs meeting weekly: Y. M. H. A.; Y W. H. A.; Junior Y. M. H. A ; Boy Scouts; Girl Scouts; Sigma Phi Fraternity; A. Z. A., and re cent addition of Sons ami Daughters of Workmen's Circle: Mickey I.ubel. former Y M. H. A. star, now with the Y. M C. A., done himself proud in lcding all the scorers in the recent gold medal cage tourney, also being placed on the first all-star team: Mozel Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Marty Milstein (upon the birth of a baby boy) mother doiwg well and father bowling 'em over for the "l duckpin team: They say the proof of the pudding is in the eating, well when we consider all the folks who have recently become members of the Y. M. H. A., and its affiliates, unsolicited, the future success of the organization is assured. What are you waiting for? JOIN NOW, WE NEED YOU. Vi R V VI i V Z. A. CHAPTER Hill lS INSTALLATION / formed sub Junior group with Marvin Apte as manager, defeated the Y. M. C. A in all six of their matches, at the hitter's buildingStarring for the Y. M. II A., were: Teddy Sackowitz. -Lick Rosenthal, .loel Diamond, Murry Zohn, Herbert Ornstein (captain) and Nor ton Pallot Nice start boys Royal Pslm Chapter of A. \ held their public instal .. Sunday evening, March 20th plan Hall. Miami, at 8:00 p. Following the installation, rents were served. Those tailed were: Dick Hold-i president; Jack Rubin, vice resident; Stanley Ratner, secre-1 .: Edwin Chentoff, treasurer; rwin Blumberg, publicity chairan; Harold Levinson, sargeant; ms; Jack Metzger, assistant g %  ;mt-at arms; Bob Kantor. tor; Frank and George Berlin. Bearman and Lloyd Card| r. members at large. This chapter meets every Mon evening at 7:30 and armouncii they will be glad to assist ooperate with other chapters] organisations in the city. MrS ithan Adelman' and Dr. Benj. • man are advisors to this WHAT'S WHAT AROUND TOWN Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg who celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary last Monday: An orchid to the Y. M H. A finance committee headed by Herman Waitsman who are los-; ing no time in fencing the "Y" athletic field and making provis. GREETINGS • Tamiami Cycle Company 1561 s. \V. Eighth St. MIAMI 1623 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH sa PASSOVER GREETINGS Modern Cleaners 712 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA NEWS TOWER BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MAGIC CITY BOTTLE and SUPPLY CO. E. W CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue .MIAMI GREETINGS J VILLAGE PHOTO SHOP | Photo Finishing and Miniature j Developing Service 425 Espanola Way MIAMI BEACH I BEST WISHES FOR \ HAPPY PASSOVER SAM BEN SERVICE STATION 522 Meridian Aw. Miami Beach USE 'HOME MILK** KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, you will appreciate its high quality during' the Passover, when these delicious and wholesome necessities wiU be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties. It it entirely in the spirit of service rather than yrth the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Paswver Dairy Products is offered to you. This service k^ agnation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year. Every letter and principle of Jewiih mrtatyLaw. is observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy. All religious requirements are under the supervision ol. RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation ORDER NOW CALL, WRITE OR PHONE Home Milk Producers Association 769 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 Miami 813 Los Olas Blvd. Phone 613 Fort Lauderdale HAPPY PASSOVER MILLS ROCK CO. 301 N. W79th Street PHONE 7-3077 AS USUAL THE ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN 170 Northwest Fifth Street WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY PASSOVER WANT! A complete lne cf Manischewitz, Goodman, London Ko.cv.itr.-Margartten and Streit Matzos Matzo Products, Noodles, Coffees, Teas, Sugar, Prunes Nuts, Spices, Vinegar, Nya Fat The Finest Kosher Passover Wines IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC | MIAMI PANTS STORES, Inc. 208 N. Miami Avenue J. D. SIMONS, Mgr. i Miami. Florida BEST WI si il'.s FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Magic City Transfer Co. 901 N. W. Fifth Avenue PHONE 2-4072


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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 31 1939 ;! wJewisti florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor •FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Office at OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 VOLUME 12— NUMBER 13 SOCIETY PASSOVER Passover that great feast of liberation is once again with us. Again we are to commemorate the great beginning of a people destined to become one of the leading nations of the world, not in a sense of great geographical possessions or great armies and navies, nor even monetarily, but leaders in the spir. itual sense Being looked up to as a peculiar people, perhaps, because of our ability to assimilate and withstand persecution, torture, degradations, masacres and what not, and never-the-less coming back stronger, throughout the ages and remaining a deciding factor in the world's affairs. The Passover festival has special meaning this year For those who fervently believe that the present tragedy enveloping more than half of world Jewry is a grim re-enactment of history, Passover brings hope and encouragement. It is another exhibit in the long line of historical evidence that the Jewish people is an enduring and eternal nation. Seder night is probably the most dramatic ritual of all Jew. ish religious ceremonies. The festive table, the significance of the matzoh, the open door for the Prophet Elijah, his waiting wine glass, the naive voice of children intoning the "Manishtanoh,'' and, most of all, the reading of the Haggadah have inspired the poets and dramatists as the most imaginative of all Jewish holidays. The Hagadah has been for many centuries the most unique manifestation of Jewish art. With the Haggadah in front of us we realize that never has the Passover come with greater timeliness than in this present year. Vast numbers of Jews are still in bondage. They need encouragement of hopeThey may find this in the reminder of the experience of their ancestors with a cruelty that one would not have supposed to be surpassable until the old Pharoah reappeared in more demoniac form in his more demoralized descendent, Hitler. They too lifted their eyes wonderingly to Heaven and anticipated the question: "Whence shall come my help?" God's plans work out slowly. He proceeds by evolution, not by revolution. The time element is essential to Him as it must be in greater degree to ourselves. Wherever the Jew is burdened with one form or another of bondage, let him not be discouraged. Let him bear in mind that "the Guardian of Israel slumbers not" neither does He sleep." Hitlerism cannot go on. It is contrary to the compulsion of civilization. Not only will it be defeated by the growing sentiments of humanity, but it will collapse in a complete reversalMeantime, the Jews of the world must remember, that sufferance is the badge of the tribe of Israel." What an opportunity for nobler self-realization the Jew of the world has in this present crisis he has been compelled to suffer. He should bear it with the conviction that since it must be borne it shall not break him, but by his spiritual adaptation be converted into a blessing. To this attitude the Jews of the world today must commit themselves in relation to the tearful tragedy through which their people are passing. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 1) a miracle when a manufacturer makes any profit at all. %  Many iayol Americans of German origin wish they could let their kinsmen in Naziland know that Germans have become so unpopular in certain circles here—due to Joe Goebbels' constant propaganda about German "blood" solidarity—that HOSTS AT RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler were hosts at a reception at their home on Rivo Alto Island last Sunday afternooiv to several hundred guests, uhere the residents of Miami were given the opportunity of meeting the refugees settled in this area. Refreshments were served. • • TO SPEND HOLIDAYS HERE Mis.< Harriette Tobin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Tol in of '.'"'. Jefferson Avenue. Miami Beach, returned to the city tospend the Passover holidays with her par ents. Miss Tobin is a Junior at the Florida State College for Women. • • PALESTINIAN IMCTl'RES SHOWN Many compliments have been received by the Rev. W. J Churchwell of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. Miami Bea h. who sponsored the showing of picture" of the "Present Day Palestine." last Thursday evening at Flamin go Park. After the showii tinpicturea c dlection for the !i nefit of the German rel was takenOne hundred ami five dollars and twenty-nine cents collected and turned over '• William Taradash. member local committee. YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUB ADOPTS RESOLUTION At the State convention of the Young Democratic Clubs held last week-emi at Ocala, Florida, the following resolution introduced by Sidney Segall. delegate of Dade County, was unanimously adopted: WHEREAS, the Young Democrats of Florida, as affiliates of the Democratic Party of this coun try, recognize the crisis which faces World Democracy today, and WHEREAS, it is the desire of this Florida State Convention of Young Democrats to express its continued faith in the democratic form of government and in democratic principles, BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the Young Democrats of Florida, in Convention asembled. officially oppose Nazism, Fascism. Communism and any other ism ex-^ cept Americanism, as un-Amcricaiv and undemocratic; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Convention hereby proposes the immediate passage of legislation by the State Legislature which would prohibit and make unlawful the dissemination and distribution of literature or propaganda which is un-Americar; and tends to destroy or undermine the true principles of American democracy. • • • CARD PARTY TO BE SPONSORED Sunday evening. April 16th the Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a card party at the Clay Hotel 1438 Washington Avenue, Miimi Beach, with Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Harry Sootin as hostes.es during the evening. Varrous -*ara games will be played and ref-eshmeivts served. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the Sisterhood. The public is cordially invited to attend as an enjoyaM.' evening is promised. they find it almost impossible to get jobs. Orchids to Ernest L. Meyer of the New York Post for coining the name "Bunditti" for fuehrer Fritz Julius Kuhn's gang. I -Miami! Mo.t Beautiful Bar" America'! Famou* Beers on D. -, ht TURF EXCHANGE BAR Where All Good Sports Meet The Best Beer, in Town j | 279 East Flagler St. (Opp. Cor. Elks Club, Phone I I ANHEUSER-BUSCH MICHELO? I el Is Supplv You During Passover j STRICTLY FRESH FISH STANDARD FISH COMPANY KKi.') S. VY. 8th Street Phone,2-3.W2 THE GOLDSTROM BAKING CO. 1349 Washington Avenue Miami Beac'-. EXTENDS TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER • : i BEST WISHES TO ALL ol'li JEWISH FRIEN | FOH A IIAl'I'V PAS80VEH LOUI s VOl'K HAIRDRESSER 231 HaU-von A rend* So1 Phone 2-1 1 J M 1 A M I : FLO] ; i DA A HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE \V. F. BLANTON SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY -—. — —: %  ] FOR YOUR PASSOVER WE SUGGEST BREAKSTONE S I BREAKSTONE'S PRODUCTS Butter and Cheese Products rib*? TM Obtainable at your grocery store or from a Southern Dairies Milkman. SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. PHONE 2-8431 THE NASH HOTEL 1120 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Cordially Invite You to Spend Your Paasovi r Holidays With Is in Our Dining Room, where Homelike Atmosphere prevail Cantor L. Goldberg Will Officiate DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED FOR (HOICK ACCOMMODATION'S EARLY RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED PHONE 5-4641 I To Make Sure It's REALLY GOOD Demand AUGUST BROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS A complete line of Almond and Cocoanut Macaroons, Nut Cake, Sponge Cake Holiday Delicacies, all Reasonably priced. At all leading Delicatessen and Grocery Stores, or at Our Bakery. AUGUST BROS. 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-2792



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PASSOVER EDITION & Jewish Meridian WEESSL The Jtewuslh tumSty 3&JL g suxrijtdk. VOjLoJkSLM PP VOLUME 12.— NO. 13. MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 PRICE FIVE CENTS CQNGEBT TQ AID TRADE SCHOOL • g the appearance in %  ; representatives of the shiva Atzai Chaim and l iol of Signet, Roumania, roval <>f the worthiness tution by Miami Rab for a gala concert ar< i„ leted by a committee Rabbi Abraham A. Kell Miami Jewish Orthodox t t on The concert will Cantor Joseph Malek, Maurice Mamches, Cantoi \ Wroobel and Cantor Louis who will be heard in a of liturgical and folk monic, Wednesday evening, April r th .. %  • p m.. at Congregation Beth David, 135 N. W. Third Avenue Miami. Th. Yeshiva Atzai Chaim and Trade School is one of the eldest ilions of learning in Rounul within the past several as began training its stu*he art of production hos iery, sweaters, etc.. ami the man e >>f furniture. public is asked to attend as only a nominal charge will be made ery excellent program pr %  • %  The committee has defiannounced that there will be als made. France Prepares Pro-Jewish Law PASSOVER GREETINGS (WNS)—France may the first country in Eu-j Soviet Russia included, anti-Jewish propaganda In -is illegal ami punishable. | A rei to this effect is scheduled ne up at a cabinet session | over by President Albert, and will be passed if the | 11 : completes its agenda. decree is not discussed tl week, it will be passed at the j next session. The Executive com-1 of the French Press Asso[ ciation approved the projected de-. cri which not only declares racial and religious offenses in newspapers illegal, but also provides that all newspapers receiving fun,i from abroad must declare the source and the amount receiv •d Some reactionary newspapers, led by Le Jeur, opened a campaign against the measure, asserting that it "menaces freedom of the press." This campaign, however. **a vigorously countered in a -tatement by Justice Minister Marchandeau, author of the decree. Emphasizing that the decree [was important to French national interests, M. Marchandeau declar|ed: "None will succeed in distracting me from the duty of strength ening our national unity in every possible way. This will not affect journalistic freedom." Strictly Confidential. NAZI HOT STUFF With all the talk about the growing strength of the underground anti-Nazi movement in the Reich We want t„ relay to you rumor that reaches US from Dub tin to the effect that the anti Nazi revolt in Germany is scheduled to flare forth before the end of 1939 Some people bite off more than they can chew, and others bite off more than they can feed. The latter is the case with Hen Hitler, for whom food supply 1 for Austrians and Sudeten Ger mans is becoming a serious prob lem. -It is to whet the appe tite of the German people for South American territory that the Nazis have opened a permanent exhibition showing the natural resources and prod/jets of that continent • And did you notice Goebbel's speech at the open in* of the Leipzig Trade Fair, where Clubfoot No. 1 told his enthusiastic audience that the Nazis would be able to run the U. B, much better than the present ad ministration. Tragic situat.ons are developing in anti-Nazi Aryan families who only recently managed to get out of the Reich. The oldsters find themselves IB violent conflict with their teenage children, who after six years of Nazi education refuse to believe that Hitler is anything less than divinity. • ABROADCASTS There is hope that Great Britain will not curtail Jewish Immigration to Palestine too drastically. because the Polish and Roumanian governments are pleading with Mr. Chamberlain to keep th" gates open if he wants to prevent anti-Jewish excesses in their coun tries. Is it because he knows how to move pawns on the political board that Chamberlain is the president of the Warwickshire. England. Chess Association. He doesn't know how to play chess, but his friends insist that he'll be the one to give the Nazis their final checkmating• Of course Nazi influence in Czech-Slovakia had nothing to do with that order for the removal of Thomas Masaryk's portrait from the New York Czech Consulate. The full story of that mysterious airplane with German officers aboard which was wrecked in a French zone closed t„ foreign air traffic won't be told till the present European mess is straightened out—if by that time 1ST New York, (WNS)—Father Charles E. Coughlin's radio talks have incr tase 1 anti S I and %  '.aused a decided backlash of antiCatholic prejudice in Ami rica" according to the Rev. Walton K. Cole of Toledo. Ohio, a si • opaganda technique. Addressing the Institute of Arts and Sdonees at Columbia University. Rev. Cole asserted the "radio priest" was a propagandist rather than an analytical student and an "impassioned debator" Nazi supplied sources in linking lews with Communism and added: He cited Father Coughlin's use of "My experiences in speaking before forum audiences ami in conversing with many people of various religions, convinces me that the effect 0 f Father Coughlin's addresses last fall was to stir up race and religious prejudices. They not only increased antiSemitism in America, but they have also caused a decided backlash of anti-Catholic feeling" Youth Conference Elects Julius Bisno there are any survivors left to tell the tale. The Nazis, feeling that General Franco has all the guns and ammunition lie needs by. this time, are now smuggling them to the Nazi "cell.-" in South American countries, hidden in bales ..f innocent-looking merchandise. %  That's why a slight fire in the hold of a German ship BO often ouses a serious explosion nowadays. HERE WE HEAR Washington circles feel certain that the mysterious SOS call some weeks ago from a ship that never was located came from a British vessel accidenti'ly ftrpedoed byNazis practising of the Canary Islands, where thev have submarine Vases now. • To those proF'""Mst socinlites who damn Roosevelt and who recently forced the i cancellation of an anti-Nazi lee, ture at Palm Beach we would like i ti point out that in the Reich to[ day no business can keep more than six percent of its profits. The rest must be put into government bonds to finance the Nazi armament program. And in the light industries prices have been so thoroughly regulated that it's (Continued on Page 3, Section 1) Washington'. (WNS) — Julius Bisno. Executive Secretary of Aleph Zadik Aleph, the Junior B'nai B'rith. was elected Chair man of the National Conference of Jewish Youth Organizations, which was created last week at a, meeting of representatives of 15 national youth organizations with a combined membership of more than lOO.ono. Bringing together for th.' first lime Zionist, mm Zionist, religious, labor and scholastic Jewish youth, the initial meeting in New York City adopted a constitution establishing the conference as a permanent instrument of American Jewish youth. Its primary function wi'l be to provide a forum and spokesman for American Jewish youth and to provide a medium through which the various national Jewish organizations may consult on common problems and act in concert on matters where sentiment for unified action emergesEmigres Leaving for Chinese Haven Frankfort-on-Main. (WNS)—A group of GOO Jews, mtn. women and some children, including some !>00 from Frankfort City and dis trict. left on a special train for Genoa, where they will embark for Singapore. Shanghai and other far-Eastern points. With a few exceptions the emigrants are young or middle-aged. All professions were represented.



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IT PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARHP a TEMPLE ISRAEL i 137 N.E. ] 9th Street Office Phone 2-7745 A3BI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph D. RABBI COLVAN A. ZWITVAN Indian Croak Drlvo-fi-im 530 -•'. E. „:6t St.—WMI MIAMI BEACH M1AM be in the Temple every I hem • i ...>. %  ired mpathe : •• %  • %  • m to be 1 eld In nee. I ONGBEGATIONAL • f)o not withdraw thy—1| from the < ungrexation.'—Hillel. At the regular services thI i day evesriaf at Temple land. Dr. Jacob If. Kaplan will speak the subject: "Isaac M. Wise, POUI lu'iaism in Amci ica > olman \. Zwitmaa will hall keep it u feaat to the Lord throughout your gear ration. —Exodus 12:1bMonday evening April 3rd at: 00 p. m.. -he Passover festival, Will he ushered in by a short ser• vice, which will be followed y concluding; Passovei l Quis rogram eal IBD+ B:ie Dr. Kaplan n the Passover festival was ,,. n nducted y Mr, Fames Leonard's Tues April II g* hool ist Sunday 00 a Memorial ion ing e i mbly. : ,,, ... da; i ot last i ek were '. i iai %  %  %  Ki nde' Panl RELIGIOUS SCHOOL m) A1 1 pea 'he %  hildren ol ie inaer Schools, iicw> all ihe world deSISTERHOOD peaeV -lalmud (Tractate Sabbath 119b.) I .... 't-mplc., I GHIBE1 .. MIAMI 3T0V| EXCHA roa 1722 \Ve. the i ongregationel Seder h h will be held in Kaplan Hi • 0 P in. Members ot the congregation and friends will participate in thi> most beautiful and aditional observance i which will e md icted h f -T Rabbis. Mrs. Frank A. I'eriman ichairman of the with Mrs Fraali i man. : -day morning. April 4th. I n %  f Passover, 00 •rvices will be held • ie Templei ii -.. en DSi ^pril 7th, : :., Sabbath ind %  ':> %  •• Ill be i md Zwitmaa will preach. Saturday morning;. April Bth. I: :i"i ;, m.. Sabbath and Pas servicea. Monday • veiling.. April %  ~ PASSOVER GREETINGS ROBERT P. CLARK le ligio i he %  111 '" i .... | %  I .•rl c I I I 1 I I [any : Acquaintances. .— Best Wishes I ir | HAPPY PASSOVER P. C. HUNTER [ h ^ I i • I I I I I I l i I i i i • i + %  %  %  i HAT: ''• VSSOVER ALBERTS Auto Service 1287 N. W. 20th Street MR. md MRS JAKE NEHAM and FAMILY I I I A HAPPY PASSOVER :'— r -I nu HAPPY PASSOVER S. FT. KRESS & CO. 5-10-250 STORE East Flakier Street MIAMI, :. IRIDA r I I I I i : i : i : HAPPY PASSOVEE SECOND ,VE.I STOVE (). I 201 N. W. Seco. Lva I I I I AND ELM i : \'CW ANT) RE] BEST WIS1 WIS1 RIEND8 i AND < 5TOMERS FAR A HAP] ASSOVEE 1 i r I i r i I I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER RAY MILLER \ TAX ASSESSOR MIAMI BEACH — J. N. COVELL l and Associates of the TRUSCON STEEL CO. 133 North Bayshorc Drive J l'li one 2-8816 Extend to all Sincere Wishes! for a Happy Passover MARTIN J. HENDRICKSON AND ASSOCL./SS AROUND-THE-CORNEH INN 212 N. E. Second Street EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVEE tei mi 10 Bl 1 BILLFOSSETTS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 188 S. E. 1st Street PHONE 2-7691 -— — M I '[PHONE 2-9181 HURRY BACK TO SELLERS WHITE FLASH SERVICE "YRRUH KGAB" RALPH J. -RED" SELLERS .~ W Pifth StPM,t at Seventh Avenue MIAMI, FL^IH BEST "I JHES FOR A I i Bwt Wislies i or I HAPPY PASSOVER i • f W. G. LUNNEY TILE CO. Tile Work of Every Description I'HONK 7-2544 61 N. E. 54th Street kill HBST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER %  GREETINGS • BEST WISHES TO OUB HOST OP JEWISH FRLENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Sears, Roebuck &Co. HAPPY PASSOVER R. W. Parker i j FREIGHT AGENT | M. & M. Transportation ~ Co. j I Pier 1, Municipal Dociu BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER C Let Us Unload Your Trucking Problem 246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE-MIAMI. FLA Phone 2-2656 mu ^^ ^ KINSMAN'S, Inc. I.AN80CAPE ARCHITECTS I ile ef Normandy PHONE 6 1901 I BEST WISHE8 FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER am. L. DIXON HOTEL & RESTAURANT j EQUIPMENT I 1100 NE. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-7685 DAD1 REFRIGERATING CO., INC. 1792-98 N. W. 20th Street J 0ne 3 r, — 1 ornplete • } Refrigerating Service jfa Frick Refrigerating ^te. Frick Refrigerating j Machinery and Equipment { } HUSSMANN-UGONIER Sincere Greetings Un>i\ Happy Passoveq HIRSCH-FAUTH, INC. EXCLUSIVE El-HMTLRK Interior Decorators and Unportt i Biscayne Blvd. al Fourteenth T< •. Phone 3-4669 y\ .,mi Display Case* and SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Refrigerators | Complete Market Equipment I i j Phone* Night: 3-7782-2-0126 THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS C Phone 2-7443 Miami 500 OoUiu, Avfc, Phone S -643 Miami Beach



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PAGE ONE-B THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 PASSOVER GUIDE HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 12th Street. Miami Beach—Can tor Berele Kelemer. popular Miami Beach leaner, will concuc|c the Seder services both nights. DAIRIES Alamac Hotel—Collins and 13th Miami Beach—will hold the traditional Seder observiHices conducted by a prominent cantor. Astor Hotel—Washington Avenue at 15th Street, Miami BeachReservations may be made only | for the entire Passover week. Evans Hotel—Collins Avenue, Miami Beach—Cantor Victor Jacoby and choir conducting Sader services. Hotel Floridian—540 West Avenue, Miami Beach—a well known cantor, assisted by an organized choir will officiate at the Seder ritual both nights. Helene Hotel—1030 Fifteenth Street. Miami Beach—traditional services will be conducted by a prominent cantor. Nash Hotel—1120 Collins AvenueMiami Beach—Seder ritual for both nights will be conducted by Cantor LGoldberg. Palatial Kosher Restaurant—265 N. E Second Street, Miami—Operated by Mr. Morton Fagan, with Cantor Louis Hayman of Beth David Congregation conducting the Seder ritual. Land-O-Sun Dairy—501 Alton Road, Miami Beach—phone 5-5537 —will serve their customers and patrons with the finest of dairy products, milk, sweet and sour cream, cottage cheese and butter, etc.. strictly kosher for Passover. Those desiring to obtain these products may notify their route driver or call the dairy. Miami HomeMilkrVoducersUnc. —769 N. W. 18th Terrace, Miami —Phone 2-7696—the finest Pass over dairy products: butter, milk, sweet and sour cream, and cottage cheese, etc-, may be obtained by calling the dairy or notifying the drivertributors in this area of the Breakstone dairy products. On sale at all stores or call the dairy. DELICATESSENS Rosedale Delicatessen and Restaurant, Miami's Pioneer Delicatessen, 170 NW. Fifth Street, Miami—is carrying a complete line of Passover products; Matzos, kosher domestic and imported wines, teas, coffees, jellies, dairy products, Matzo products, condiments, groceries, nya fat etc. their customers and patrons with Matzos, Matzo products, kosher wines and dairy productsWINES Florida Dairies Co—2534 North Miami Avenue. Miami—Phone 2-2621—will deliver strictly kosher dairy products t 0 their customers at no advance in prices. To obtain, notify the office or driver. Max's Delicatessen—1131 West Flagler Street, Miami—will handle a complete line of Passover products for the home. Matzos. teas, coffees, dairy products, wines and etc. SchiffI Market — 1600 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach—will supply Southern Dairies—62 N. E. 27th Street, MiamiPhone 2-8431—dis,_,._,._.__ .. .— A %  % %  GREETINGS TO Ol'R JEWISH FRIENDS j AND PATRONS HOTEL LA SALLE MIAMI BEACH Rev. H. M. Kagan—sole distributor for the Meyer-Ganeles wine in this area. Strictly kosher for Passover and the only wine endorsed by the Rabbinical Board of New York and approved by the Rabbis of Greater Miami An assortment of wines may be obtained by calling 3-1236. Manhattan Distributors, Inc.— 110 N. W. Fourth Street. Mia midistributors of assorted kosher California "Montora" wines and Passover Carmel Palestinian win* on sale at all stores. ing voi b.V President Hotel—1423 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach—Seder rituals will be conducted by a wellknown cantor. Sea Breeze Hotel—Second Street at Collins Avenue, Miami Beach— Martin Cochem, singer poet, will conduct the Seder ritual and present a Pesach entertainment following the meals. Victor Hotel—Ocean Drive at SEASON *S OREETINGS A. D. F. Bloodworth REST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Bon Ton Cleaners R. L. DAUGHERTY Main Office and Plant 637 N. W. FIFTH AVE. PASSOVER GREETINGS When Ready to Enjoy the Fineit Fishing in the World Go to JERRY'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 1307 N. Bayahore Place GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY WOMEN'S CLUB BUILDING I 1737 N. Hayshore Drive Studios: Miami Beach. Snenandoahf PHONE. 2-.-.S3:. j To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons A HAPPY PASSOVER Union Egg and Poultry Co. "Let L's Supply Your Needs" EGGS AND POULTRY Wholesale and Retail PHONE 3-2932 1335 NW. 7th Avenue GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE and Biscayne Engineering Co. 47 N. W. First Street A HAPPY PASSOVER A. A. GARAGE "Miami'a Only Exclusive Aligning Service" ALL WORK GUARANTEED N. E. 2nd Ave. at 24th Street PHONE 28244 WRECKER SERVICE Georgia Culpepper—Esther Taylor of the TIVOLI BEAUTY SALON __ Kxtendu Host Wishes fur a HAPPY PASSOVER 744 W. Flagler St.—Phone 3-2561 Above Tivoli Theatre GREETINGS Brady Roofing Tile Mfg. Co. 3260 N. W. 24th Avenue GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Miami Wrecking Co. 132 N. W. 20th Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER L. MURRAY DIXON ARCHITECT A HAPPY PASSOVER YUTTS BARBER SHOP "Air Conditioned" l.'il s. E. First Street PHONE 2-9282 PASSOVER GREETINGS WASHINGTON STORAGE CO. 'Security and Responsibility 1 MOVING PACKING SHIPPING 10O."> Washington AveMIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3448 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A HAPPY PASSOVER C. D. KENNY CO. COFFEEE. TEA, SUGAR CO. 64 W. Flagler St.—Phone 2 3432 MIAMI, FLORIDA GREETINGS D. E. LINARDY FLOORING CO. Specializing in ALL GRADES OF HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished. Laid. Sanded and Finished Also Parnuet. Masonite and Colonial Plank Office. Warehouse and showroom: 35 N, E. 26th Street PHONE 3-472* MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS PRESIDENT BOWMAN F. ASHE Wishing You A HAPPY PASSOVER MANFRED MANCUSI-UNGRO Architect Houser Company INC. INSURANCE WE WRITE Fire. Tornado, Compensate n, Rent. Rain, Bond, Burglar.. Plate Glas, Life, Automoi. Jewelry. Tourist IUKUU,., Parcel Post, Use ond Occupancy, Accident and Health, Marine. FIRST TRUST BUILDING Phone 3 2648 tio foi P" PASSOVER GREETINGS — FROM — EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION 1380 Southwest Eighth Street PHONE 3-1061 WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED -i PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OCR MANY .JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BE WISE—ECONOMIZE WITH INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS* EAST COAST EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 2-05H 691 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST JOYOUS PASSOVER I) R I N K ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI PAR-T-PAK BEVERAGES %  "4- N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLES L. GABRIEL DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 14 Northeast 24th Street I'lloNK 2-0662—3-7867 i i %  i I PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OCR JEWISH PATRONS j FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEANING SERVICE LAMONT LAUNDRY A COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE "Done the Way You Would Like it Done" 1111 Fifth Street phone 5-1 %  MIAMI REACH, FLORIDA To All Our Jewish Friends and Patrons We Wisl A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER McNALLY'S FOOD STORES, Inc. EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT" 144.-.-47-4!) 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Ly, MARCH 31, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 154o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi IRABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 iming of serves as the Passover a reminder toj pre-Passover days all the teps to insure us a Kosha ppy holiday. To this end the attention of our ,f the following announceCHILDRBN'8 SEDER The annual children's Seder will o prepare and arrange be conducted on Sunday morning, April 2nd at 11:00 a in., in the synagogue. A regular Seder service will be demonstrated and a most cordial invitation is extaiided to all The Sunday School class of Mrs. Samuel Tannenb:iuin will be presented in a special Passover program. Come and delight in seeing your children practice what they are taught. PASSOVER SERVICES Passover will be ushered in With appropriate services Monday even ing, April 3rd and will be continued through the Festive week. .SSOVER PURCHASES •tcivtion of our people is many supposedly Pass j c | e s of questionable na, ase phone the Rabbi in in y doubt or question. SALE OF CHOMETZ Kellner will attend as in • to sale of Chometz. and railed to the fact that will not be sold if!e. m.. Monday Kiev Pessach, SIYCM BBCHORIM lemption of the fi'" s '1 be held immediately afShachris services, Monday Shachris services w-.ll -liarply at 7:00. |lh\s AND BUR CHOMETZ iearch after leaven articles conducted Sunday evening ately after the Maar : v scrnd the same should be burnMonday at 11:00 a. m. Services Tuesday and Wednesday morning will commence at 9:00 a. m.. and on Choi Hamocd at &:00 a. m. We plead with young and old to attend synagogue services and pray Lord new redemption '.n our troubled and difficult day. SERMON SCHEDULE Rabbi Kellner will preach bath mornings of the Festival at 10:30 in English and each afternoon at 5:00 p. m-, in Yiddish. The sermon topics are: Tuesday morning: — "Egypt Again." Tuesday afternoon:—"Redemption A g a i n" Wednesday morning: — "Today's Bondage '" Wednesday afternoon: — "Tomorrows Freedom LADIES AUXILIARY A special and regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held on Wednesday night, Apri' 5th in the synagoguePlans will be completed for an "Evening of Games" which is scheduled for the night of Sunday, April 16th in the beautiful dining room of the Tides Hotel in Miami Beach. Mrs. Gus Ginsburg and Mrs. George Chertkof will be the chairmen in chajye HABANOTH HAPPENINGS An overflow crowd taxed the Y M. H. A. auditorium to capacity to witness the annual Habanoth play. Each of the three groups present by a large and appreciative audienceIn this connection, we are pleased to report that the conference voted unanimously to publish the paper prepared by Rabbi KellQREETINGS ON PASSOVER W. A. GLASS Each of the three groups presenttne paper prepare. y **"""_ ed a separate program of interest-1 n er on the subject of: "The Treating and entertaining material. I ment of non-Jews in the Talmud During the course of the evening | | the Senior group presented the + president of the congregation with a beautiful and hand carved Yad i or Safer Torah pointer honoring the first anniversary of the pre sentation of the Sefer Torah. The three sponsors through whose efI forts the groups are making such ^ admirable progress were paid the tribute by Rabbi Kellner and Mr. Drevich. On Thursday, the first day of Choi Hamoed the Habanoth groups of Miami will hold a Passover party and outing RABBINICAL CONFERENCE A fine and instructive meeting! sponsored by the State Rabbinical 1 Association was held in our synagogue on Monday night, attended I PASSOVEE GREETINGS JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN Wishing You A HAPPY PASSOVER MANFRED MANCUSI-UNGARO ARCHITECT Our Be-i Wishes for A I1AITY PASSOVER Coconut Grove Boat Works, Inc. PHONE 1-2589 s. Bayshore Drive : : 2550 s. GREETINGS Miami Waste Material Co., Inc. 2239 X. W. 1st Court MIAMI. FLORIDA | PASSOVER GREETINGS | O. K. Products Co. i 414 s. W. Knd Avenue + GREETINGS MONNAH PARK SERVICE STATION 2201 N W. Hsl Street I i MIAMI. FLORIDA i, +— r Best Wi HAPPY I Fishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER GUS JACKSON HAPPY PASSOVER %  f" H. GEORGE FINK ; i Ponce <1'* uead.na to M,am. Beach „ years a. One ^^7^1^^^ M, A „,.8 —^ p V N T E A v C E K N L E NG S s T RE MIAMI. FLA. 324 N. E. 13th STREET rn B +— i SUNNY SOUTH PAINT Ca^ R00-821 North Miami Avenue i :„ Q n f Puints A HAPPY PASSOVER EXCHANGE HOTEL MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a II M'PY PASSOVER SUTTON j JEWELRY CO. | Successor to "Whaler's" j THE OLDEST JBWKUKi j STORE IX MIAMI j ESTABLISHED IX 1897 j 132 E. Flagler Street j PHONE 2-5996 | ^aClOUS^ y no9b"m?3 TheMatzoh wiHi^elaste" Jl 14PASSOVER GREETINGS I FRED and BILL SCHOR j MIAMI SANDWICH CO. 917 N.E. 1st Ave.-Ph. 3 2734 PASSOVER If ] NOODLES %  / "•£*• PASSOVER NOODLES. PASSOVER BARLEY. ALSO TRY OUR PASSOVER COFFEE'TEA* 3 SPICES* 1 -;^T" HOROWITZ MARGARETEN LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR .__-, FLORIDA SUGAR DISTRIBUTORS 82 N. E. 26TH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA



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IT-RIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDTAN PAGE FIVE B'NAI B'RITH T BRIEFS BY SIDNEY L. SEGALL rding to reports which have to our attention, Sholera membership drive has re itself into a joh under the of Brother "Mattey" chairman, and Brother Frankel, Miami Beach, corn. Congratulations on your efforts, Brothers. We • that the other Brothers of Lodge should awaken to ilization of their respon'si Brothers and lend some operation to the membermmittee instead of sitting v along the side lines. B'rith has evidenced its in n the work of refugees in a Brother R. R Adler -i at a reception for refu ven at his beautiful home i Alto Isle. This was a I gesture and should serve edent for similar occasthe future. It serves n lable purpose in that il spirit of friendship and od between unfortunate and fortunate American St. Petersburg Notes Miss Jerry Cohen was the guest of honor at a surprise party given in honor of her birthday at the home of Miss Lillian Gordon. The A Z A. had their Sabbatn night at Temple Beth El Friday night Marshall Cohen gave the Sermon and Murray Yosim conducted the Bervice. A large crowj attended< The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society held their regular mering Tuesday evening. After a short business meeting a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Clara A. Williams served refreshments The Judaic Council held a musical entertainment Sunday evening. S. D., enjoyed a weiner roast at StPetersburg Beach Sunday evening. Evelyn Fortenoff will be hostess at the next meeting. Miss Florien Sihindler has just returned from New York City af ter an extended visit with 'datives and friends. The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid Society will hold their weekly card party Sunday evening with Mrs M. Rosenberg and Mrs. S. Schwartz acting as hosteses. Miss Ruth Silverman of Jersey City, \. J., is the guest of M'.-Rose Shapiro. Members and friends of the H. tion, investigate and report orf ways and means of dealing with the question. We suggest that the good Brothers who were selected on said committee get off the "bench" and get into the "ball" game. truly" WOUld like to call ention to the fact that Lodge passed a motion' or on in reference to the ecoycott of aggressor na ind that a committee was ed to handle the proposiBrother Adelman. chairman of the A. '/.. A. committee, conducted the formal installation of a r.viv A. '/.. A. chapter at Miami Beach .>n Sunday. March 26th. Your writer was out of town on that iccasion. but learned since return lat the ceremonies w< re very impressive and that a fine group of Junior Ben B'riths has been organized at the Beach. Orchids to Brother Adelman. Sholem Lodge appreciates the constructive work you are doing. Alvin Cohen, formally of this city, a student at the University of Florida, was initiated into the Gamma Sigma Epsilca honorary anil ntitional chemical society. HAPPY PASSOVER Gene's Market FINE MEATS 22 X. W. 36th street Phone 2-5211 A HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE, Inc. 100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411 J rII PASSOVER GREETINGS TANNER'S GROCERY STORES "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" 263 W. Flagler Street — 1753 N E. 2nd Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables IEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER L. AND A. GARAGE I 1 WOLPERT'S FURNITURE BARGAINS! "We Refuse To Be Undersold' 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4132 KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave. CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN Now Obtainable Everywhere in Florida ID Meridian Aveiuit Phone .">-.">24:> MIAMI BEACH THE RIFAS FAMILY and the MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE EXTEND TO ALL SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER Th HELENE HOTEL 1030 FIFTEENTH STREET MIAMI BEACH IS NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS PHONE 5-5891 9 ServingM Floridas Finest American-Jewish Dinner" ST REGIS RESTAURANT 44 6 COLUN/ AVt !" AAIANM BEACH ; Oo You Own Your Home? There never wae %  better time than new to build one The Liberal Financing Throuo.ii Federal Housing Administration Makes M Possible (Jive me a call and I will Kladly nelp you to get the beat ooeJble Information ae to IU Dlan. H. SIMONS Care Ackerman ln. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-3161 WISHING ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER JOSEPH J. RAWLSON Interior Decorator and Upholsterer 157 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-8939 r*S55lJST BROS. R|? iT" is the BEST' 1 SEASON'S GREETINGS from RICHARD A. BELSHAM Structural Engineer MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS j Kantro Nursery ,—+ A HAPPY PASSOVER Acme Supply Co. 134 N. E. Sixth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA I GREETINGS TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS :il .v. s. \\\ 23rd St reel I Any Kind of Soil $1.00 Per Yard Muck, Marl or Mixed Cow Manure, 3 bags $1.00 { BITTER BLUE SOD BEST W INI IKS tot ;i HAPPY PASSOVER J. LAMAR PAXON (COUNTY COMMISSIONER i R. W. Brown & Co. Complete Growers Supplies Phone 1-3375—S. Miami Phone 1-2620—Homestead PASSOVEH GREETINGS Joseph R. Stein And Associates SOUTHERN LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS j ITIIII N. W7th Avenut PHONE 2-6149 GREYHOUND LINES GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION wj. 101Q ALL NORTHBOUND BUSES LEAVE FROM t ft. D-lol2 515 WASHINGTON AVENUE 563 COLLINS AVENUE FOP a Lovelier, Happier and More Joyful i / / / / PASSOVER SIT PALMER'S j V I SI T P A LMER'S Pre-Easter Shoe Sale! j A Complete Assortment of Shoes for j MOTHER, DAI), SISTER and BROTHER I i ,_. : AT GREAT SAVINGS! ^fj^miS^^s&XXo^^>ri i



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nAY. MARCH 31, 1939 HADASSAH I he* A ti | rtlK IlKAMNG OF THE IT.HTBB OF MY PEOPLE li> Frieda Lutsky ntinued from Page 1) substance fro mlhe reserour pioat culture. Courses itiea were prepared to tkc the Jewish Woman in imillar with lier history, literature, along with the v and the history of Zion. that she would develop latiotl of her cultural and also an informed and ling point of view of iv development, in relaJewish life and social ,i of which many of our ,. emerge. FOOTNOTES TO II IS I OK > THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE At the age of 72 the great scholar Xarhmanidv? was banished fiom Spain and WM.I. to live in Palestine. Hidepni-ture was involuntary. He hatl, in 1263, 'over. compelled to champioi the Jewish cause in a public debate held in I arcelona. GREETINGS S Miami Health Clinic 47 N. W. 82nd Place X-Rny Examination. Including Physical Examination OULY $4.00 PHONE 1-8952 JACK EATON (Florida Wrestler) GARAGE SL SERVICE STATION 389-1 s. \v. Mh Si.—I'h. 4-'.'L'M> Tamlaml Trail General Auto Repairing. Painting and Body Work OUR MANY FRIENDS EXTEND BEST WISHES \ FOR A • I HAPPY PASSOVER J CLARK R. PARKER DISTRIBUTOR %  !S TOASTED PEANUTS" INDIES AND PEANUT LLiTTER SANDWICHES Jewish writers of the nre-Chiistian age claimed tl.1 i Arist tle delived his ideas from i 'wish sources Medieval legend h.'ld 'li.t Aristotle at the end >f his life re canted those views which ran counter to the Hebrew Scriptures kSSOVER (;KEETIN(;S oil: JEWISH FRIENDS SHENANDOAH CANDY KITCHEN i tie Freshest Chocolates In Miami PHONE 4-4241 :, 1 I S. W. 22nd Avenue A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Miami Coal & Oil Co., Inc. COAL AND OIL STOVES—OIL BURNERS AND SUPPLIES PHONE 8-7896 1100 N. W. 22nd St. PASSOVER GREETINGS Donald G. Smith ARCHITECT 4ii:'. Forty-First St. .MIAMI BEACH + ASSOVER GREETINGS ORONA HOTEL J.; X. E. 12th Street PHONE 2-6959 *• v-suVF-R GREETINGS | McMurray-Snyder Trail Furniture Store I Makes Homes of Houses" 1106 s. W. Eighth St. BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER GRAVES PHARMACY 1399 Washington Ave. PHONE o-4r>22 Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS A-l LOCK & KEY SHOP HARRY L. HITTNER, Prop. LM2 N. E. Hili Street 24 HOUR SERVICE—Ph. 2-0718 Safes. Locks, Lawnmowers. Keys ALL WORK GUARANTEED PASSOVER GREETINGS S Evangel Press Est. 1930 261 X. YV. 3rd St. PHONE' 2-6512 i j i i Sincere Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER Lincoln Beauty Salon Minnie Earle Butler— Margaret O'Brien j 1122 Lincoln Rd., M. Beach I } t —— — i .+ • GREETINGS J. Frank Vann '' Fleetwood'' Refrigerators &"Tyler" Market Fixtures PASSOVER GREETINGS VENETIAN CAUSEWAY "THE SHORTWAY" TO AND FROM MIAMI BEACH SEASON'S GREETINGS GREENE'S EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Third St. and Alton Rd. Miami Bench GREETINGS Mr. MIL I Mrs. NATHAN SCHWARTZ BLACKSTONE CLEANERS .">14 Eighth St net MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS Sun Mattress Co. •_>222 N. W. 2nd Ave. j Innerspring Mattresses Sold With a Written Guarantee as Low as S10.00 + A HAPFY PASSOVER • MRS. IRVING L. THOMAS { POULTRY & GOAT MILK { ."iin s. W. -'in! Avenue j Phone :s-:f018 j n GREETINGS TAYLOR DRUG CO.. INC. j Cor. Collins Ave and "Jl'tli St Registered Pharmacist on Duty at All Times i .. GREETINGS W. M. KELLY \N1) ASSOCIATES |CBBINS WAREHOUSING j and DIST. CO. Oil N. W. 22nd Street Phone --'-0480 PASSOVER GREETINGS ALWAYS WELCOME CHILI JACK Miami's Original Maker 01 Real Mexican Dishes Genuine Mexican Chili Con Carne—Hot Tamales— Enchiladas PHONE -l-'.^-'' 1032 Biscayne Blvd. Est. 1921—Open All Night 'ASSOVER GREETINGS DEAUVILLE Service Station B348 Collins Avenue Phone 6-9121 Flowers for Passover TROPICAL FLOWER SHOP Flowers of Distinction Fur All Occasions 649 N. E. 79th Street PHONE 7-.">04.") PEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER POLO CLUB 25 Twenty-Third Street MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY PASSOVER MR. an.l MRS. George Chertkof r • • i i i • • • • i • t • BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER DR. .1. HOLDEN BECKWITH EXODONIST [ngraham Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA jTo Mv Main .Te"i>li Friends! • A HAPPY PASSOVER James T. Wilson i Supt. of Schools for Dade County i I I A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY FRIENDS Frank Wolkowsky "Men's Clothing" 18 N. E. First Avenue 4. 1 PEST WISHES FOi; A HAPPY PASSOVER Raymond A. Williams ENGINEER + -+ TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES W. H. PEACE BUILDING INSPECTOR Extends Best Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER Pest Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER Pershing Court Apartments 311 N. E. 14th Street MIAMI PEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER VALC. CLEARY MIAMI BEACH j PASSOVER GREETINGS s I I t I I MIAMI BEACH Harry M. Hice BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER P. C. HARPER r~ PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Friends MR. and MRS. Harold Salvey 1508 Meridian Avenue [ PASSOVER GREETINGS GREETINGS PEEK Service Station TEXACO PRODUCTS Tire Repairs—Greasing Washing W. B. PEEK 508 W. 41st St.. M. Peach 1 RADIO CAB CO. j I i PHONE 5-3411 1545 Alton Road MIAMI PEACH i Passover Greetings Mr. and Mrs. J. WOLKOWSKY j i PASSOVER GREETINGS That the coming vear may be one of great prosperity and i happiness for all our Jewish Friends a^J^^^th^ | sincere wish of JACK MOSELEY Dixie Tire Co* Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue Miami Beach



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE ONE HADASSAH THE HEALING OF THE DAUGHTER OF MY PEOPLE (By Frieda Lutsky) The way of Fascism is to demoralise and confuse the mind. It cloaks its weaknesses, and its crimes—against humanity, by persecuting minorities. Today, in this modern massacre, precipitated CROWLEY'S Inc. Wholesale Dairy Products 17L'."> NT W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-5603 MIAMI. FLORIDA j THE FENCE MAN Builds FENCES TENNIS COURTS Ornamental Entrances Also Distributors for Lingo Steel Flag Poles Shagged and Tapered M. E. WILSON PHONE 7-2237 P. o. Box .!")7:t MIAMI. FLORIDA Fat Select Poultn Ducks i i t Fowls — Soft Roasters — Fryers Broilers RABBI It I) MINDBLL 11, Kill Poultry According to Jewish Law Daily Except Saturday 8:30 to 11:00 P. M. Thursday until ."• :'Mi Saturday Evening All Chickens Killed by the Rabbi will Bear his Stamp Better Poultry and ERRS Fresh Florida Select ERRS I I I 317 N. W. Fifth St. Those attending the State Conference of the Rabbinical Association were: first row: Rabbi Gustave Housman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi P. Zissman, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, Rabbi Morris Skop, Rabbi Manuel Greenstein, Rabbi Pizer Jacobs Second row: Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi David Bogner. Dr. Carl N. HermanRabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Rabbi David Zielonka, Rabbi Adolph Burger and Rabbi M. D. Margolis. by dictators—we are the victims, for the ills of the world. •hoice independently: and on that meat dictatorships nourish and germinat. A role which is not new to us. _, ... We must take heed of these The -eeds of dissention. and inominolIS W arnlnga-and threats to I tolerance created by anti Semitour safety. No longer can we be | ism is everywhere. The moral smug in our security or dwell in pollution given currency through an abvss of emptiness and ignor, v i ance. No longer can we be pathfalse propaganda has assumed ,. ... „ r s etic to the merciless blows being Startling proportions. Peddlers slruck at oul people abroat i and of race hate—with their corrupt the virulent campaigns against us ing lies, are trying to erode the here. The magnitude of our prob| public mind. Masses—do not think lem exceeds imagination, and de• mands thoughtful action. We must refute lies, and scur., rilOUS scandals against our race | our literature, our customs, and | To do this, v/e need clear penetrating light on Jewish life, and its problems. We need the support of wisdom—and knowledge, to gi.'e us courage. Knowledge is power, and only through education can we acquire the courage with which to build within ourselves strongholds to fortify our rights. We must know something about the Jews, other than the fact that we are Jews. We need morale We need self respect We need reassurance of our significance, and our purpose. Defeatism is not Jewish. Surely our existence is not merely ordained for defense against anti-Semitism. There is more in our life than suffering and sorrow. Our ancestors lived through umitigated hells to preserve it—and we must do the same —if x necessary. We need the knowledge, and the inspiration of our past, so that we can more keenly feel our destiny and with greater understanding tranaend our presen problems intelligently. "Each of su carries the burden of our race." To us has been en, trusted a legacy, a heritage, a ci'.l'ture worthy of preservation. We must persist and preserve that I heritage and fulfill our destiny. Hadassah ha3 been among the [7 I HAPPY PASSOVER our aspirations. We must combat eignorance by spreading truth, and Otate EleCtriC CO. J information. We must blast disMAX KASSELMAN Electrical Contractors 1211 Sixth Street Phone 5-9851 Miami Beach j tortions; by amalgamating what strength we have against these ruthless forces that wish to destroy us. + PASSOVER GREETINGS LAKEIN JEWELRY CO. 11 lii Lincoln Road ISIDORE LAKEIN and ASSOCIATES t— HAPPY PASSOVER STANEYS CASH STORE 528 X. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9138 PASSOVKR GREETINGS j MIAMI TRADING AND • RESTAURANT SUPPLY Co A\. with CANTOR MAX BACH Conducting the Sedurim For Reservations PHONE 5-3491 PHONE D-34tfi j ; | BAGGAGE TRANSFER J 0 N E S j Miami Beach Express Co. i 5th St. Miami Beach 'hone 5-3107 T H K SMART "PORTED ROUNDNESS" NEW by MAIDEN FORM There's a trend in fashion lo "pointed roundness" of bosom — and Maiden Form achieve* il beautifully in this lovely Mbrassier* which at thesamf time give* you fine uplift aa* marked "separation." In rVl, Uc* or Fmbri^ COtSITandllNGIRIpHOl' nii.i.nt 1 GREETINGS DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 1782 X. W. 8flth SI net Imported and Domestic I Delicacies Sincere Wishes for i mccre v* ISIICH '<" A HAPPY PASSOVKR j | A. BLATT & ASSOCIATES DELMAN SHOE SALON 1101 Lincoln Road HIIKK> \ >I\IDK\ KII1M I OK I.VI.KY HI'K OK f BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER PURITAN DAIRY INC. 160 N. B. 30th Street Phone 3-5833 first to realize the importance of Jewish education. Long before the present catastrophe Hadassah saw the need for knowledge, and understanding—of the danger of the totalarian concept to Jews as a minority. Hadassah saw its ultimate destruction not only of justice, liberty but of progress, science, education, industry and religion. It inaugurated in its platform— a fine educational program. Tak(Continued on Page 51 Dixie Broom Co. j Manufacturer of HIGH GRADE MOPS AND BROOMS PASSOVER GREETINGS Jones Lumber Co. j PASSOVER GREETINGS J. H. Hagood Co. Apartment Supplies i :i8(H X. E. 2nd Avenue L 2468 X. W. 33rd Street I'AssoYKH GREETINGS To Our JEWISH FRIENDS M. & M. Dredging I & Construction Co. Postal Building MIAMIFLORIDA + — PASSOVER GREETINGS HENRY R. CHASE CHIEF AND ASSOCIATES MIAMI FIRE DEPARTMENT 1166 X. Miami Ave. | NEMO HOTEL Collins Ave at First St. Miami Beach, Florida Announces Passover Servict BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER Griffen Tire Co. 36 N. W. First Avenue M IA MI TIRES TIRE REPAIRS <;.\s OIL GREASE Phone 2-8928 A HAPPY PASSOVER DAVID T. ELLIS ARCHITECT 14"><> Washington Aveiuu MIAMI BEACH We Extend Greetings on the Occasion of PASSOVER WE ARE THE O 1TL Y exclusively JEWISH FUNERAL HOME IX THE GREATER MIAMI AREA Phone 3-3431 i I I i I GREATER MIAMI 'JEWISH FUNERAL HOMEJ 710 S. W. 12th Avenue AGAIN WE BXTEND GREETINGS On the Occasion of the Passoven MR. FOSTER'S STORE 100 East Flagler Street AT YOUR SERVICE Passover Greetings to all the Jewish People PHOHE 3-2693 FACTORY r: "TRIBUTORS (||§|| AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION 1819 Biscayr.e Boulevard r MIAMI. FLORIDA