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

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

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

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University of Florida
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PASSOVER EDITION
wJewisti meridian
Comb
sums Tlhie Jliewiislh lUinMty
VOLUME 13 No. 16
" q)^sl juaj-Ul&. VOjlslSJL^ "
PLAIN TALK
EI.IJ Ml VNIJ MR. GORSIO
I'.....ighl w< II
1 whom
lip i- i.la. i'.I ., Sedcl : .
l. blc :: 111' ill thl'
['"I Ii m. Ill l hi- up;
cut. the
IIJ I'll 11
1" m\ remote ehildhoo I lie
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1 .i ill was
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with all In : .
I dull ; now a gn ai deal
him. t'xei -. H inn, liodv very
I was a
perfect -uli-i it ii, i ,, S a ii I a
' lau.x. II,- would have picas -.1 me
had he brought me a bicycle. His
good'.ess was abstract.
I suppose had In of the mallei some .lew i-h plul
pher would have had an an-
swer.
" \ Jew ish child." he probabl \
woul I ha\ e sail il b,1 eon
''"I with the, n ne idealism of
goodness i;.....Iness -o pin thai
I n should in mi)
thing -,. material as ii
Ii was in) fu-ttioi
1 door i i Klij r
breeze of eai I) sprit Ktiini1
"n"'- ..... ill I ki ew u
uas Klijah com i :> i The tow Ii
"I l'i. In,,/,- ,,ii in) -,,, ua-
the flutU'i garni
-- b) I wa ted Ii n- I
rup rise from oui
ii" sible ha .1 in l- drunk by
invisible lip.-,
i'lie i up'.- failure t.. i ise exeepl
.i. my fai finally
.....i- i .-i i uled by
|,"li'> I i' lias come
I ii i."H- and i- ai .. ii table
u" di esn'i msell take up
'"' glass u hieh has bee ail ing
,"1 Ii in all i ., nil Thei e's some
Ithing | llloulll began In poisoil nij' )'OUIl(i
mind.
From skepticism I went in in
positive unbelief, so that when
I was about thirteen I had no
^i'.h in Klijah at all. I said to
myself, I'll let on 1 -till believe
In this for iiiv lalbet's sake. The
*>ld man likes In have me llimk
|'''s all true ami so I'll just let on.
At 17 I was militantly anti
lijab. I sniffed at him as one
ft those myths invented to enslave
fie human mind.
Yet jn the latter years of my
jfe Klijah has come to take a
lr!i place in my esteem. The
eptical contempt of my adol
pence has given way t > respect
id compassion for a fine old gen-
Iman who ha- I.....n having a
|rd time of it in the world.
\s my mind matured he became
ii i- .'I'll Ii: 111 tin- I' .- -
fci ol' 1930 people who had losl
Irything in 192.1 remarked
pm-ieally. "Thank goodness, we
i' .hi' inin-il n i Page '' I
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY,APRIL 19. 1940
I'KK'.K lOr.EM
PflLESTSNE BRIEFS
ah in i I alrni Agent > i
iratioi if tl
h la) of Rabbi Mi .
Berlin, idi tit of the World Mi/.-
rachi Organization, was held ai
nion of the .
ferenri f thi
ition Orthodox '/
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in Emck :
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
Strictly Confidential
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
i in M April Nth. i......- Ita- kei': S'i -.
Vork Post, in
.
I'osl
on by W 1 M
in an

member, it wa
man) .: : ..
.......
\ hal i .1 i-
on of
Denmark t'ertain shrewd observers insist
that Switzerland is oni needn't feai
any violation of it- neutralil) b) tiennany .
This because so many Nazi bigwigs, inch......f
Bado'f himself, have large sums f money in
Swiss hank-. The theory no doubl being that
good cash is safer out of Hiilerland than inside
Germany .... Some of those aerial photos of
English lilies which the Nazis publish with the
r aim that their reconnjitering planes have made
I hem in iiient months show empty lots that in
actuality were built up by the middle of 1933
... In other words, the photos are of pie-war
vintage .... Latest Gotham rumor is that the
elusive Dr. Hjaltnar Schauhl i- in town to raise
cash f r Hitler by selling German owned Amer
lean securities,
THIS AND THAT
Herbert Kline's "Lights I'm m Europe," the
film that includes authentic shots i out-
. of war in Pa I
been chosen as the fil
I .link map -
the Man h f Time Ai
Charlie I ha| lin' D n is
neari g is seen in thi that
Charlie has alread) ordered tuxedos thi
,
... t 'ongral uhi Levin, wl i
"Citizens." will ninr.
| -.
book mi i ho late | Horaci lit is
the offing ... Manuel K..... off is preparing I
w rite ii I'o gli this counti) we want to point out thai it's no
coincidence that Maurice Samuel's two latest
translations, Shalom Asch's "The N'azarene" an I
Martin Gumpert's "lleil Hunger," are among the
fastest selling hunks on the market An im-
portant factor in then success is the circum-
stance that Samuel rates as one of the best
translators in the country .
JEWISH NEWS
The squabbling within the Zionist Organiza-
tion nf America has been brought out into the
open now, with a series of articles in The Day
.... These articles, written by Krcirhmar Is-
raeli, who is himself a member of the ZOA Ex
ecutive Committee, not only constitute a breach
of discipline, but are a most unfair piece of
j urnalism .... To call Dr S ilomon Goldman
a 'non-Jewish Jewish leader" is the height of
distortion of farts ... Dr. Goldmni itch
lii- Hebrew knowledge ai ag that
any II braisi in this counti
Vid
\
than
N. Jaffeo. Bn
ui I
About :r.u refugee read
- ughl haven n 1 '-
l-i ai-1 April 1 as immigl'u ts -
Czeeho-Slovaki'a and Polu .1 won
gl oeted on their arrival I wail
ing relatives and friends
Many of those who ha
the hazardous journe) fron V'ilna
and Trieste were y iung [
' "lin h; In under the quo I i -
members of the Aliyah I
tyouth tnniigi ation I.
The grow ing tranquility in : I t
mship between the I -
ions of Pali -' no's popul
i- reflected in the figures ol
dined ten i ism jusl made i
by the Gi t Of I
ti-tii -.
i |fl

number f murdet ,- mimi to
iruros ro> oal 'i
10 murders commitl
that month contrast sh
I in August
tember. the 2 itctobi I I
In in J dowi
if tin
During the wholi
were 49."> inn ., .
IN there wen ,">N2. \ .
murders during the past
numbered 547. manj fewei thai
the year that preceded it.
Tin- Egyptian and Palestine Go\
ernmenis are nogotiati g the mat
ler of control over the Sinai Rail
way, which connects the two coun-
tries. The point at issue is the
section, between Rafa and Kan
tara, which passes over Egyptian
territory. Should this section be ac-
quired by the Egyptian State
Railways, it would mean that the
Palestine frontier customs and
passport control offices would be
transferred to Rafa, the actual
frontier, and the Sinai Railwa)
line would then come under tl e
jurisdiction of the Egyptian Mi
of Defei
,-
1
ved here
iff of the

city,
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940
PAGE TWO
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THE JEWISH FLORIDlAlf
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SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *
JAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
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SOLEMNIZED
The marriage of Miss Rthcl
i, ., Paul A Galbut took
ing in the patio
Hotel. Th cer mi i
,- iffii iatc I by Rabbi M<
Mes.holoff with the assistance of
Cantor Maurice Mamches, an or-
rhestra and a soloist, Following
i hr ceremony a banquet was held.
*
BROTHER ATTENDS
RABBI'S CEU5BRATION
Celebrating his sixty-fifth birth-
day. hi> twentieth year :is Rabbi
nf Temple Emanu-El of 1'alias.
Texas, and the fortieth annivers.
ary >>f his ordination as a Rabbi,
Dr. David Lefkowitz, was hon-
ored at a dinner Thursday eve-
ning at the Baker Hotel, <>f Dal-
las. Texas The banquet was ten-
dered to Dr. Lefk rwiti by hij
i-ongregation and was attended by
Jewish and Gentile leaders in
Dallas' business, civic, religious
and social life. Dr. Lefkowit* was
presented with a watch and chain
and Mrs. Lefkowitz was also giv-
en a token, an oil portrait of her
husband David Lefkowitz, Jr..
youngest -on of the Rabbi, and
also assistant rabbi of Temple
Kraat.u El. cave the invocation
while the principal speaker of the
evening was Dr. Julian Morgan-
stern, president of Hebrew Union
College where Dr. Lefkowitz re-
eived His ordination and Rabbin-
ical degree in 1900 Members
of the family present were their
children. Mr and Mrs. Harry
James Lefkowitz, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred F. Florence, Mr. and Mrs.
i u itz, Mr. and Mrs Da-
vid Lefkowitz. Jr. Alsa attending

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MEETING
( U.I.KD
\, boys and girls from the ages
of 1- to 18 years interested in
joining the Drum and Bugle ( rps
Of the Jewish War Veterans are
invited t" attend the meeting Mon-
day. April 29th at 7:30 at the V.
F. W. Home, S W. 16th Ave and
L'Tth St, Miami. Instruction, in.
Btructors, instruments and uni
forms will bo furnished free i '
charge to those interested

ENTERAINS
M SHOWER
Mrs. Harry August and Mrs.
Samuel August were joint host-
esses recently at a personal show-
er honoring Miss Marjorie Pred-
inger, bride elect of Al Selman.
at the formers' home. 720 S. W.
L'Sth Road. About forty guests
were present and Mrs. Paul Lubin
assisted in serving the refresh
ments The honoree was the re-
cipient of many beautiful Rifts.
Mrs. Joe Barchan was hostess
Saturday afternoon at her home.
1303 S W. 3rd St. at a luncheon
in honor of Miss Marjorie I'red-
inger. Follow-in* the luncheon
mah joiiR and various card games
were played. Miss PredinRer was
presented with many attractive
gifts.
GUEST
SPEAKER
Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner was
the guest speaker at the n
meeting of the Miami Chapt -r of
Junior Hadassah Monday evening,
April 15th, a: the Coloi y Hotel,
Miami Beach Mrs. Kellner dis-
cussed "Non- Jewish Viewpoints
on Palestine." and reviewed the
following books. "Personal His-
tory." by Vincent Shcean. "In-
side Asia." by .1 hn Gunther. and
"Days of Our Years.' by Pierre
Van Passen.

VISITS
ll i i; i-
Mr. .!. Klot7. of New York arrived
in Miami to join his wife who has
been vacationing here, for the
Passover Holidays. He will visit
with his daughter and son-in-law.
Mr and Mis. Joseph Mann.

represents
sokoriia
The Iota Chi Sorority has eh s-
en M;ss licrnico Miller to repre-
sent them in the May Queen Con
test sponsored by the Junior Ha-
dassah at their annual May Day
Dance May 19th at the Wofford
Hotel.
\\\( \l. DONORS
DINNER SUNDAY
Th, annual Donors Dinner
sored by the Miami I haptei .
Hadassah will b< held Sun-
daj eve- ing, April 21, a: B o'clock
at" the i arroussel. Miami Reach.
aing dinner dancing wi 1
take place with music rumish d
by a prominent orchestra. All
members who have not made re-
ervations are requested to do i
immediately. Mis- Ida Safer,
chairman, is assisted by Misses
Harriette Damcnstein and Rosa-
lyn Klein
BEACH MIZRACH1
PLAN PICNIC
The men's and women's
ions of the Miami Beach M./.rachi
are complet piars for a I-n.'
B'Omer picnic in celebratii
their firsi anniversary. D ta I
will be pul -
miss STONE MARRIED
TO VI. GOLDM VN
The marriage of Miss Ruby
Stone, daughter f Mrs. 'elia
stone of N,w York, and Al Gold-
man, Miami Reach, took place last
week with Rabbi Colman Zwitman
performing the ceremony. At.
tending the wedding and reception
which followed were Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Rokow, Mr and Mrs. Leon
Sh r, Mrs. Mildred Rosenblat, Mr.
and Mrs. Ruby Foo, Mr. anil Mrs.
Joel Pike. Mis- Doris Foo. The
couple i- residing at Miami Beach
END
STAY
Mr. and Mrs .lack Lewis will
turn to their home in Baltimore,
Md on May 1st, after having
spent the winter at The Park (
tral Hotel. Miami Reach.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Electric Sales and
Service Co.
1550 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Wishing All
A HAPPY PASSOVER
JOSEPH J. RAWLSON
Interior Decorator and
Upnoltterr
157 Wet Flaqler Street
PHONE 3-895S
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GREETINGS
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623 Washington Avenue
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Breakfast. Luncheon and
Dinner, as well as a la c
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the entire Passover Week.
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n ^nt
Sader Ritual
will be conducted
on hoth nights by
Louis Hayman
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265 \. E. SECOND STREET
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D A I R Y P R 0 I) U C T S
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RABBI ABRAH7 1 A. KELLNER
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BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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Phone 5-9525. Miami Beach
We Garry a Complete Line of
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For Passover
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KKIDAV. AI'HII. 19, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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B'NAI B'RITH ^rSSrss:S2:ss-:-2S
\'\i\V.
1 -IF HJ 'I
THREE
to^ta
NOTES
by Harold Turk
Sholem Lodge has unanimously
endorsed thr South Florida Crip
pled Children's Society Hospital
drive which is now in progress in
Dude County. In furtherance of
this endorsement, committee,
headed by M. .1. Kopelowiu, has
been appointed to circularize the
entire Jewish community, i i the
name of B'nai B'rith to secure
contributions for the hospital.
Every resident of the County is
urged to contrib ite to this pro-
ject. Every Jew in the C untj
urged to make- his contribution i"
the name of B'nai 'Bril h, ai d
through the facilit !vs of B'l ui
B'rith. As a demonstration of our
own i\ ic pride and cons 'iou
Sholem I dge expects to i i
several Ihousai of il
the Hospital Fund.
As a Ben Brith, as a Jew, an i
as a resident of this comm
every person roading this column
should immed at .. >nd at least
the sum f for ever)
menil er of his family i
t; ii- in iilt-,1 to Mr, Ko
pelou il.'.. care B' i B'r I
510 (' i; Bui 1.1
n the h pital fund u
gr iup ribut ioi sine o!
the individual contributors.
B'B
All member nr irge I to
in.....' > lec ire t heir I ickets for
the B'nai B'rith -"Ma! affair to be
held Tuesday eve inft Vpr
On this ccasion, the Lodge is
sponsoring a dinner at Manning's
Seafood Restaurant, on Biscaynr
Boulevard, which ill be fi
by h Boat Ritle on the Vacht Sev-
en Sea rhe entire chargi
th.- dit i er a tl boat ride i
I haji the i regular meal at
Man n i'. it's. I i
bha
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Dr. A'
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CECILS BOD/ WORK3 I
j Comm) Truck Body n
N I 4th Street |
I'.a'o Chicks S3.83 hundred i .<>.l.
. ,\ Mixed 95.85.
V ril fi r Cockerels and I'ullets
(lav old up, and i i.l wor'd famous
Kigali ng t.amr iii red, blue, gray.
NICHOLS II \T< hem
KINGSTON. (SEORIJI \
The entire Jewish community
is urged ta lend it- fullest co-
operation to the efforts of B'nai
li'rilh to make a substantial eon
tribution to the South Florida
Crippled Children's Hospital
Fund Campaign which i- now
in progress,
B'nai B'rith, through a com-
mittee headed b) M. J. Kopelo-
witz, assisted h\ Wm. Shayne,
is attempting tu raise a large
sum of money from its member-
ship, and other persons in the
community, as an organization
contribution given in the name
of individual donors.
All contributor-, whether per.
-on-, firm- or organization- arc
urged to communicate with Mr.
Kopelowitz personally, or to
mail their contributions to the
I 'i ai B*i: li office at .">:0 ( o .-
i! re* luil ling, Miami.
President .1 Vron Abbott, in
announcing the passage b> B'nai
B'rith of a Resolution endorsing
the hospital project, stated that
"'B'nai B'rith i- anxious to se
cure ihe fullest cooperation from
all Jews in the Miami ana. -'i
that a large contribution ill be
made as an evidence of the civic
mil- inus ess 1.1 our Jewish pen-
pie."
\i a luncheon hum ting of the
campaign commi I e of I'.'n ii
B'rith held Tue day at the I' i-
laii.il Ue-tnuranl v.vu in ad-
\ a'c e co i: i: i .mi- w ere an
i eil.
P () L I T I C A L
B R I E F S
I iCesburg i Special i There
will be no graft and no invisible
furies running your governm nl
for the special interests when I
am your governor," Francis P.
Whitehall- told vast ami enthusi-
astic crowds in Central and Smith
Florida during the week.
Pressing his campaign with vie,
or, the youthful all Florida candi
date pledged himself to a program
designed to eliminate a lot of
dead wood and red tape in the
stale government' and promised
tu "give the state government back
to the pe iple.'
Resuming his tour Tues lay a.
Orlando with a radio broadca I I
Florida farmers, Whitehall- n ii
.hi- pr gram Tor a "unite '.
In" in hieh a cooperativ
spirit would l' encouraged an i
I'l'd to "keep at liniiie i art
if that (56.000,000 that leavi
state every year to purchas pr i
diuts which can be grown
here in Florida '
I'ASSOVKIi
liKKKTINliS
Palm Pharmacy
1 Y W jsth Street
i\|.;s L>-'i:!."ii l-1
Continuing hi- attack on the
giivernnieiit.il regulation of pr.-
, ate industry, v. hitehair told a i
rousing rally at Eustis ".Main
a il Hitler ale pikei'S when il
comes to regulatory measures
compared with Florida's govern
inellt.'
He charged that Florida's hair '
billion dollar citrus industry was
virtually killed by "strang
regulations" promulgated bj thi
legislature. "Under the present
system." he declared, "it is a -i
lation of the law ti. sell guo I
fruit, but Whitehair is going
I" something about (his.'
A IIAI'I'V PASSOV
H 0 W E L L
RESTAURANT
!!S7 S. \\. 5th St., I'll.
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Passover Greetings
McArthur Jersey
Dairy Farm, Inc.
159 N. E. 62nd Street
Phcne 7-1017 Miami, Fla.
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
CAPTAIN
F. S. LeCAIN
I'll-- i\e|' Ii,-. : || ;
J0HMNIE -"; MACK
BODY SHOP
.71 \. K. _'. ||, Si
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PASSOVER GREETIT. .
WEBER a; THOMPSON
Accountants and
Aiirpci I. duPont Bui d
Miami, FI
*^V**.y* j GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
GREETINGS
ROBF.RT F. CUTSHAU
ol the
HUNT1NGTON
SANDWICH SHOP
I Hunting! i Bldg Miami. Fla.
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JEWISH FRIENDo
AMERICAN
FUEL OIL CO.
C G MITCHELL
S'20 N. W. 22^(1 Avnn :
Passover 11 ii'_'-
WALDORF TOWIRS
HOTEL
860 Ocean Dr. M;a;:ii Beat
ELECT
Pas--over Greetings
Ga.ston B. Waul Jrr
FRENCH CONSUL
Fas-rover Greetings
JORGENMN
and
8CHKIFFLR
Engineers
M w T >wer Phone 3-4779 '
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Passover Greetii
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
and SUPPLY CO.
E. W. CARTER
2:49 N. W. 2nd Avenue
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Pas ver Greet,
V. Brown & Co.
FE UTILIZERS
INSECTICIDES
Distributors Growers
Supplies
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GHAPrEL
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H-.lp Both Yourseli ai
Dade Countv
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Klecl
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| Miami Beach i
s ncere Wishes For A
Happy Passover
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH CAMNER
OPEN FOR PASSOVER
MAKE SEDARIM RESERVATIONS NOW
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GREETINGS
Carl F. Lambert
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
810 Biscayne Building
MIAMI.' FLORIDA
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Elect
John S. "Johnny" Baber
Candidate for Constable
Fifth District
MIAMI BEACH, SUNNY ISLES
GOLDEN BEACH
Your Vole and Support Appreciated
Political Advertisement Paid for by Pi dal
ELECT
ROBERT J BOGIE
for
CIRCUIT JUDGE
DADE AND MONROE
COUNTIES. FLORIDA
Group 4
Democratic Primary May, 1940
Always the friend of the people giving time and service
to help with public improvements and establishment cf
parks, and obtaining reduction of electric rates
COURTESY AND ABILITY
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1940
a keen sense of publicity ... At is known as an ardent amateur ajroRuo to be built in the Western place that the Encyclopedia re-
StriCtlv ConfiHpntinl pr,",,'nt h*'" said to be try',nK to mathematician Those who have Hemisphere was erected at Per- minds us that Gershom Mendes
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get her daughter into the movies seen his Cotton Club Revue will nambuco.i Brazil, in lfi.'Sl .... Seixas. New York rabbi, was a
.....Another angle of the case, agree that he has a good eye for Nearly a hundred years passed be- member of the first Board of Re
and one of which we're not at nil figures fore the Oral Jewish house of gents of Columbia University, and
proud, is that many quite promin- INFORMATION PLAYS worship was built in what is now that, strange as it may sound, Ire-
Yiddish Art Theatre for Mauri.e ,.n, public fjKU,-,,s wn0 happen to Things you can learn nboul Jew- the United States al New York land has a Chief Rabbi A Schwartz at Second Avenue and be .lews and who have long been Ish places of worship from the City in 1728 .... Marranos re ally, of course, this last bit of in-
12th Street, on New York's East bragging of then liberalism now Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, cently discovered in Portugal arc formation shouldn't sound strange
" (l'' ,tl" Schwartz has navt. ,.cfugwj to come out in de- now in process of being published i ow, after four centuries, able to t" you al all .... For didn't Chief
moved uptown, and the basement f<,s,. f rU8SP|| ,, the grounds i n,. York, include the follow practice their faith penly and Rabbi Isaac Herzog of Palestine
riooi of his old theatre is now be- thai this might injure the Jewish ing .... That the Wailing Wall to have a synagogue of their own occupy the Irish Chief Rabbinate
tig prepared to serve as a Chinese positi >n in this country .... hi Jerusalem which has been es-.....\n,i while Rabbis aren't ex before he was called to Eretz
night club, kosher style, to be ABOUT PEOPLE tablished as the one absolutely au- acth the same thine as iyna- Israel?
known as "Goldberg's Chinatown" Mart. Blitzstein. who got a Gug- thentic sacred spot of Pa
We wonder whethei the am- jfenhcim fellowship this yea, af is not the wall of the Temple i.
bitiaas Mr. Goldberg is expecting .,. :l ^...rd-bieaking number of self, but of the area in which the
to lure some of the trade oi the applications (He asked for it foi Temple stood .... Thai excava-
. ale Royal across the street the nine excessive years before he tions at Dura have revealed a -v- |
traditional rendezvous of \iddish waa finally granted the award I. agogue which has remarkable mu- j
journalists and actors ... w, n:u. dodk.ate himself to writ- ,al decorations .... That hack in j
LISTEN TO THIS inn the music for a film on the t(1P- twelfth century Cologne boast-
The Bertrand Russell cause eel- theme of what happens when ma- ed a synagogue with stained glass
l-bie which one Mrs. Kay. a Brook, chines replace men .... Broad- windows .... That the first syn- '
lyn housewife, precipitated, may way links the names of Ed Ward j
.... And while Rabbis aren't ex
actly the same thing as syna-
estine, gogues, the relationship is c'osi
pic i enough for us to report in this
PASSOVER GREETING?
New St. John's
Ice Co.
deprive some thousands of C. C Seligman, of the banking family.
N. Y. students of the privilege of and Shirley Eder, wlmse daddy
hearing the titled philosopher's sits on the New York Supreme
lectures, but il has proved a-Court bench .... Barney Gallant,
iieke of luck foi one .lack Levine, whose eatery iii Greenwich village
some time ago published a is one of Manhattan's favorite
book entitled "Marriage, Morale night spots, once narrowly es
end Mothballs." under the caped facing a firing squad .
of John II. I.aval ... It was while he served as press
Bookdealers report that any num. agent for the Mexican >'
her of ei in with Carranza and was captured by
nteiition of buying Russell's the General's bitterest enemy,
and .Mmals.' the book fane ho Villa .... Herman Stark.
ic fuss i- about, wind up with who own.- the famous Cotton Club
I a\ al volume instead ... I:
Mi s. Kay. who si irtei
'i le Russi II i asi ostensibly
pi oie. i i.e. daughtei froi
ow seems
ea led as a worn
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Pasaoier
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STAND A RD
PRINTING CO.
Riviera Phone 140
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End B.iy Street
Opposite Oldest House
St. Augustine. Florida
I Sincere rftftflover (irrrtingN
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St. ^. g .'-. Florida
A. J. HYDER
II EL OILS
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Dependable Service i
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REPAIRS FIXTURES
RANGES WATER HEATERS
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Sea Pood .Market
Prompt Delivery to Hon .1
and Rests,rants
All Sea Foods in Season
'bB King Phone 28
St. Augustine. Florida
BUILDERS : RVICE CO.
COR DO'. '.CH
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Phone 8"
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DRLGLESS CLINIC
12 II.. Street
"WHERE THEV GO TO GET WELL"
THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
Telephone 47
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78 St. George Phone 586
St. Augustine. Florida
GREET
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McCARTER'S DAIRY
BOB McCARTER
QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCT*
147 MARINE STREET
St Augustine. Florida
DAVID McCARTER
PHONE 462
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N. Sen Marco Ave
Phone J11
St. Auguetme. Florid*
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VISIT THE
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St. Augustine, Florida
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OPTOMETRISTS
40 12 Cathedral Phone 391
St. Auguetme. Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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^DR.MILES
NERVINE
maAedaoocC
Hundreds Of Thousands Of Times
Each Year Dr. Miles Nervine
Makes Good
When you arc wakeful, jumpy,
restless, when you suffer from JVerv-
ous Irritability, Nervous Headache,
Sleeplessness, or Excitability, give
DR. MILES NERVINE
a chance to make pood for YOU.
Don't wait until nerves have kept
you awoke two or three nights,
until you are restless, jumpy and
cranky. Get a bottle of Dr. Miles
Nervine the next time you pass a
drug store. Keep it handy. You
never know when you or some
member of your family will need it.
At Your Drwj Store:
Small Bottle 25*
La rye Dottle $1.00
Read full dirccliuna in package.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FIFTY YEARS IN RETROSPECT
by Dr. Cryus Adler
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TIIK KIXI-OK.
1 llv vrais ago I was living
..... Baltimore and W'nshing-
tcaching nt the Johns Hop
I'nivoisitv ami building up a
... i artnu-nl of the history of n-
(f in the United States Na-
Musoum. The previous yeai
188(1 1887, was the time of
ginnii b> of the Jew ish The-
" il Seminary of America ami
iisionnllj :.- i-onsultetl by
Morals, the foundei
Seminary. In i- | becami
tary lecturer in Bibl i
ogy al the Semh .
......
"i June, i---
Jewish Tulili-
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issue. I have I,..
- \> i.i k evei -
The summer of 1888, 1 spenl in
Cincinnati arranging an exhibit of
Biblical archaeology and Pales-
tinian objects for the United States
Government exhibit al the Cincin
nan Kxposition, which incidental
I.V as my rirsi incursion i......-s
Position work, 1 arranged simi-
lar exhibits for the United Sta es
Government later on at Atlanta,
at Chicago in I8!W, and al St.
1 uis in I'.mu. I,, November. I8i0.
I wa* senl abroad lor a year and
h (|uarter on government business,
travelling across Europe and
around the Mediterranean. My
work was purely public work but
I had an opportunity of (rotting
to know the Jew ish community in
Constantinople, where I stayed
aim -i seven months; in I8SM 1
made my first visit to Kgypt
and Palestine and later to Tunis,
Algiers and Morocco, I spent Pas"
over in Jerusalem and Rosh lla
shanah ami Yom Kippur in Tunis
and saw the different kind- ul
Jew ish people and many -i
. Il is in
IN'.'I thai I became int.
I'a
numbers of Jews who were at that
time Obliged to leave Russia and
Rumania, and I discussed this
with the Grand Vizier of Turkey
in Constantinople, Id- was ,-n
couraging. When I came Lack.
first to London and then to the
United States, I mad., my views
of the possibilities known but they
,,n d.-af ears.
My \isil i Kiiirland in iv.mi ;lt|
"gain I8P2, I MM and I-.'. u,,_
very important to me and to the
Jewish Theological Seminary be-
"'""' th< j enabled me to secure
the lasting friendship of Dr. S il-
onion Schechter. and this friend-
ship had a great influence in my
lil'-. as 1 think il had on the life
of the American Jewish commun-
ity. I |{ol in know in these years.
Herman Adler. then Chief Rabbi
England. Claude (i. Montefiore.
Sir Joseph Sebag Montefiore. I.u-
cian Wolf and Israel Zangwill. In
1>;':: fund, established many
years before by Human Gratz, be
came available to the Mikveh Is-
rael Congregation to establish a
college "for ili<- education of .lews
residing in the city and county of
Philadelphia.' I was then living
W ishington but my ad\ ice was
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DAYTONA REACH MILLWORK
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DAYTONA BEACH, l-'I.OKID*.
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DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA
asked about the best use of the
fund. While no doubt Mr Gratz
had in mind a general college for
l's I saw at once that this fund
was insufficient for that purpose,
and so proposed that it would be-
come a college for training Jewish
teachers and that incidentally
there should be attached to it a
scn l of practice and observa-
tion. This was the first .(.-wish
teachers college in the United
States. The nexl important pro
ject thai I recall was the Jewish
Encyclopedia. I was not very keen
on this project and did not enter
into ii when it was first pro-
posed. As a matter of fact my
work in Washington was pretty
absorbing. However, after a few
years, when the encyclopedia diil
not seem to I..- iroing well my dis-
Sincere P.isiover Greetings I
M. H. LEE
ting-uished cousin, Mayer Sulz-
berger, rather commanded me to
take an interest in the project,
both from the financial and or-
ganization point of view. I ac-
cepted, stayed in New York for
a time and started a scheme for
fund raising, became one ,,f the
hoard of editors, and read the en-
lire pro.,I' of twelve volumes
through from beginning to end.
In lUOl the Seminary which Dr.
Moral- had started, looked BS
I hough it was commencing to fade
'"" Dr. Morias andthepresi-
denl of the hoard of direct m, Jo-
seph Blumenthal, had died, and
Adolphus S. Solomons of Wash-
ington was .allying on with great
pertinacity. I shall not here go
into the reorganisation of the
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Dry Goods
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COOK WITH (. \S
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NIGHT ( \I l.s
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Daytona Beach, lla.

The Boy
Who Wasn't Afraid
of Hard Work
He was only a school kid when his family
m ,1 North because of financial reverses.
Eut the boy loved Florida and he wasn't
afraid! So in his early 'teens he decided to
stay here by himself and battle his way
through life. The boy had real courage, vision
and determination.
He chose a Baptist preacher's home as his
boarding house and so was reared in a good
Christian environment the finest possible
substitute he could have found in the absence
of the father and mother he loved so well.
To succeed he knew he needed an educa-
tion which a poor boy, unaided can get only
by work hard work and plenty of it!
So he took a job si chore-boy on a dairy
farm, going to work at 4:30 in the morning
in order to keep on with hie schooling.
He sold limes in croker sacks. He worked
in groves and in stores. The good people of
Winter Haven liked to give him jobs to do.
It was fun to help a smart, cheerful boy who
wasn't afraid of hard work.
Yet hard as he worked, he organized his
time to allow a little play. too. He was
active in school affairs and athletics. Popu-
lar with his classmates.
He fcraciua.ed from high school with a
n.w suit of clothes and $5.65 in his pockets.
He wanted to be a lawyer so he went to
Stepson,determined to geta college education.
College meant more hard work. More
sweating. More before-dawn rising. Mote
midnight oil. He waited on tables. He had
two jobs as a janitor one in a Christian
Church, o-te in a public school.
Back. by a friend he started a peessing
club and got intimately acquainted with
most of the trousers in west Volusia County.
He was a football and basket ball star,
editor of the college paper, commander of
his social fraternity and high ranking scholar.
When he graduated from college (in his
high school graduation suit) he had $600
and he had earned every penny of it.
When one of Florida's most prominent
law firms, impressed with the boy's college
record, offered him a clerkship, he jumped
at the chance.
He worked 12 to 16 hours a day. And in 5
years he was made a partner in the firm.
Quickly his reputation grew. Important
cases came his way, important clients sought
hm out because they wanted a winner.
Yet because he was first and foremost a
man of the people, most of his clients have
always been people in poor or moderate cir-
cumstances. He never fails to lend a helping
hand to a friend.
Today this boy is one of Florida's moat
admired lawyers, farmers and businessmen.
He earned his success the hard way .
hi* name:
FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR
Candidate tor Governor
Support and vote for this boy who wasn't
atraid of hard work. He will bring the same
energy, the same determination, the Fame
grim honesty, the same organizing ability to
the Governor's office. He knov lema
of the average man. He's YOUR kinc of -an I
WHITEHAIRYoAtfw
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I'aire Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
lUIDAY. AI'KII. I!>. !)((.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. K 10th Itreet
Office Phone 1 -77
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
(6 Indian Crek Drive6-lZSi 430 N. E. Jlst St. 1-S54I
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both o.- the Rabbi, will be In the Temple ev.ry mornln,.
Ton may eonmli with them nil mstttrs concerning the, Jew!, crnmu-
nit) or'veu- peifonal problem.. ToU will be . hearing and advice, and. needle., to uy, each matter will be held In
Itrlet confieence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."- Hillel.
BABBATM K\ K SER> ICES
Friday evening, April 19, 8:15
P. M. the sermon. "Three Watches
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Services will be conducted by
Rahbi Colman A. Zwitman.
A reception will follow the sei
vice under Temple Israel Sister-
hood sponsorship.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICE
Saturday morning, April 20th,
11::0 A. .VI. discussion of tin1
weekly portion of the Bible will
be given by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman Services conducted by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan with partici-
pation of Confirmation Cla
PASSOVER FESTIVAL
Monday evening. April 22, 1940,1
services 6:00 1*. M.; Congregation-
al Seder r,:30 P. M.
Tuesday morning. April 23rd,
1940, services 11:00 A M.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SEDER
Sunday morning, April 21, 1940,
10:30 A M Religious School
Model Seder to be i lueted for
the benefit i I he pupils of the
Sunday Sch \ plate lunchi
will be served to all children of
the Temple Israel R
I tia rge of
the an i r the < hild-
ren' ill be I he Tem
Israi Morris
Plai are in-
vited l tator in t par-
t icipants I, at lei Sedi
ANNUAL SEDER
Monday evening. April 22, the
Passover services ushered in at
6:00 P. M. in the Temple, i ongr
Rational Seller follows at 6:30 P.
M in Kaplan Hall. Reservations
are closed. Members of Temple Is
raid ami their guests who had
taken advantage of the few res-
ervations available prior t. Sun-
day. April 14th. will participate
ill the Annual Seder, to be held at
Kaplan Hall Mrs. Har Id I!
S] .,. chairman of the i
-.i nal Seder.
PASSOVER SERVICES
Tuesday morning. April 23, Pass-
over sen e at 11 "" A, M in-
g ritual and sermon, con
l,i ....; :, h x* Rabb ith the
participation of the choir. The
Temple Israel choir is composed
of the following: Frances Tar
boux, organist: Rosemary Gerson,
Mrv Mary Hirstenstein, Earl Law
,,i.d Emory Krieger.
IN MEMORIAM
May the father of peace semi
peace, and comfort all the he-
1 reaved among us.
Passover Greetii
BEACH MILL&
SUPPLY CO.
1327 Twentieth Street
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MIAMI I'.I'.A' II
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
SUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
Successor to "Whaler's"
THE i U.l'KS'l IEWEI.RY
STOH ". IN Ml \MI
EST M MSI il'.l) 1897
132 E. Flag ler Street
PHI INK 2 ?''' N i
.1. N. L'ovcll & A--.M-i.i- of
The Truscon Steel
Co.
811 Flo. National Bk. Bldg.
Phone 2-3926
Geo. and Sid
Langer
OF
THE SUNGAS
COMPANY
1100 West Flag'.er Street
Phone 2-3811
ENTENI) SINCERE
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HAPPY PASSOVER
At the services Friday evening,
I the memory of the following will
>be hallowed:
Recently departed: Clara Mich-
elson, mother of Mrs Sidney A.
! Wien.
Yahrzeits: Yctta Steeker. moth-
er of Mrs. Henry Levy: (.via I.e
Vine, mother of Mr. Benj. l.cHiiv;
Meyer Lewis Cowen. father of
Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs M. M.
Nankin, and Mrs Henry Htilbin;
Jacob Plant, father of Mr M rn*
1'lant; M. Victor Miller, brothel
of Mrs. S II. l.ntsky. Mr. Harry-
Miller, and son of Mr Louis Mill-
er; Theresa Kiesner, mother of
Mrs, H. E Kleiman.
Information is wanted of NA-
THAN WOLOWITZ, also known
as NAT WALLACE, wh i dis
appeared from his home in New
York m February. 1340. lea*
ing bis wife and two minor
children unprovided for and
since then has failed to contri
bute to their support, as a re-
sult of which they are in great
need Mr. Wolowitz, h i wa<
eel ntly in Florida, is 10
years of age, 5 ft. 6 in. tall,
weighs 140 pound- has dark
brown hair, blue eyes, wears
glasses, was secretar) in a i
ion. Anyone aware of his I
tion .- requested to conn
cate with the National I)
Bureau, 07 West 17th Si
\. w Vork city.
THE ORIGIN OF THE :
PASTRY CHAR03SES
The pastry Charosses. which is
included in the Passover menu as
a reminder of the mortar used by
the Israelites for making brick-
in Egypt, once had a more practic
al meaning. Taking the injunction
to eat bitter herbs at the Seder ta-
ble literally, many Jews would se-
riously burn their tongues on the
sharp condiments. To allay the
burn, a preparation of apple, nuts,
wine and cinnam> our own Cha-
roases was suggested.
GREETINGS FROM THE
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
Women's Club Building
1737 \ Uayshorc
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CORAL GABLES
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HENRY L.
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GEORGE I HOLT
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Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen years.
Practiced Ihw in Miami fifteen years.
President Dade County Har Association 1939.
Member. Florida State and American Bar Associations
Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for five years.
Member, (oral Gables lost No. US. American Legion.
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JH1DAY, APRIL 19. 1940
THE JEWISH FLORroiAK
Page Sevea
rJewiislh Florid fan
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. O. Box 2&T3
PLANT AND OFFICES
21 S. W. Second Avenue
J. Lin IS SHOCHET, Editor
3
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Entered as second claw mattei July 4. 19S0, at the Post Offire at
T~ iZ S Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
MRS, MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative
SUHSt RIPTION
One year ...
:.> Mi rths
$8.00
$1.00
APRIL 19, 1949
VOLUME 13 No. 16
-
PASSOVER 5700
.lews Iho world over will celebrate Passover this year with
.fusing thought For some it will he a ioyoiis event .
'. others a tragic occasion. Confusing: because wr are faced with
surmounting conditions .... increasing da> by day. Despair on
hand hopes and expectations n the other First Germany,
i 'i \ustria. Czechoslovakia. I'oland now Denmark, Norway.
.-haps Sweden First the White Paper now Palestine Land
reKirirtinns. Refugee Resettlement proposals offered here and
i -i ... a plan is feasible then again not plausible.
We will sit ,-.t the table Seder night. The "Four Questions"
be asked and on the lips of everyone many mine will be readilv
rthroming xurel) not out of place definite!) uppropo. \-
i -... !.' Shono M:.i>.i again i- culled to mind our "Eret/
..I" problems.
Observing Ihi ritual of the Seder we partake of the M-u/oh
nd Mororr the symbols n( suffering ol Israel under Pharoah.
' car the (ividness of these tortures and hardships will he
. I before our < j -
\s i pa i hi-ii.r\ i>111 homeless helpless but not hope'.i
n ill carrj on nnd urvive rebuild and rekindle (hut
' I. ish spirit until the da) ol peace und justice n
We w i | Intik for aid in the Huggadah, repeal t..... I our
lerance t rum Egypt and look forward wiih great hope und
lion in that time in the near future when < may -peak of
iverance from our present da) Iroubli
Junior Hadassah
B\ Elsie Kri
i i i he i .i- ig c\ er of
the righting ;' a wrong.
todaj us i.i Phai
lousands of years ago con
.."i so terrible that there
solution. 'I'u.lay as in those
ff Biblical times, a miracle
'' in in- the hope, the salva
ir race. [<&nds are closed
!' ople, human beings, are
; once again that the) can
than beasts of prey, Civi-
Pagan again Love,
and charit) are word*
i more must be given a
Human kindness is bur-
' imc and muck. The "land"
II and honey" has no more
"tart of a foundation. The
*> anjc age is becoming a lost
.. losl dream. The world as
- i is crumblii g. In the
.. I cannon's roat we can
the walls brt aking
However, there is hope. Look-
s i < r the past we must see it
In th< very hopelessness of other
event* and their eventual outcome
hen is hope. Whin times were
the worst the angel passed over.
What is there today to keep us
from thinking* that once more the
angel will pass over: What right
hav we to think that today's evil
tiiii- will not be once again turned'.'
I Ihi i ming years and days
m| the i
.
.-.II times anil ll
all Ji
A I' i- 11.ni.i
lay. Pas over is Ihi
rial h .lews all over the
KOI Pa -si!-. holiday in
all Jews are united. The
holiday in which Hadassah Junior
and Senior, Council Jr. and Sr..
B'nai B'rith, Young Judaea, A /..
A., etc., are united as a world wide
ageless organizat ion.
Sut il i) the young people of M i
ami and the beach, will i> joi ed
closer together at our annual
'- Dinner and I lance. There
i- still time to make reservations
if you have so neglected to do so.
If you have made your reserva-
tions we'll see you at s o'clock at
the Carrousel,
Ye pump and ceremonial May
Day Dance with ye crowning of
ye Queen will take place on the
19th day of the month of May at
ye Woffoid Hotel. Miami Beach
Come Ye in gay attire to make
merrie at ye gala event by com-
mand of her majesty the Queen.
Two candidates have been of-
ficially entered in the May Queen
contest, They are Hornico Miller.
Iota Chi Sorority, and Lillian
Peretzman. Beth David Congrega
tion. Girls we wish you lots of
link.
POTOMAC
SPOTLIGH T
Highlights in the Happenings at
the National Capital
by Maurice Warner
S itor R R. Ri -. lolds, i I
-North Carolina, has finally taken
ol i hi- i ni-, i i he wears one > and
has revealed himscllT as a | tell
tial hillbilly llr
Grasping for the mantle of the
lati Huey Long, he has long been
the deadly foe of all aliens, indis-
criminately branding them as
aliens and communists, includii \i
in their scope all the distinguished
emigrees who have found refuge
in this country. Now he is craft-
ily injecting in his propaganda thi
idea of linking the .lews to all
The latest issue of his pet
al. the American Vindicator, of
h he is President and Edito .
devotes a whole page to stories of
Jewish refugees coming to
I niii-ii Si ati -. 'omment ing on
the hi rival of a group of 550 Jew
ish refugees aboard the It
linei Conl e di Si voia. Reynolds
tips ;':' Ins position when he adds:
'In other words, the Italian
ship landed on our shores 550 ri
fugees who are candidates, actual
or potential, for 550 America)
job* And they will get the jobs
which means thai anothei 550
Americans will lose their jobs.
Why'.' Because the clothing man-
ufacturers, the night club opera'.
in.-, the theatre and motion pic
lure operators will favor these
refugees first I- there any won
dcr that resentment in this coun
II y i- r i .-.\ ing by leaps ui i
bound
i i
il i- ii rotten lie. B he has made
one point
[>u
!

i
it
in -

ina \vi boa
- ',:
.
I :

e'd pa) inon
In ihe troubles of Europe.
tha he' ..... \
whiih we suspect too and
.: Noi ii. aro ina I
Hil er a
any other part of the I
S'ali -.
The people down there havi
long memory. They remembi thai
he wa- elected ol" a platform of
being one of the plain people. So
now he's Ol of Wash :
most vorai ious devourers of cav-
iar.
Amei i. u should bt ..... l;-
there's only one Reynolds in the
Senate. There are 95 other Sen
at. rs who don't dream of being
the hillbilly Hitler.
BLOCK IS CHAIRMAN
OF AFFILIATFD GROUPS
Word of appointment of Al n
Block of Tallahassee, national
conimitteeman of Florida Young
Democratic clubs to the post if
chairman of the affiliated groups
committee of the Young Demo-
cratic Clubs of America, has been
received here. Homer Nat Adams,
rational president, made the ap-
pointment, i
THE Y. M. H. A.
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
ii"ini.-iiitiiiiiiiiiniMi...........111.......minimi
"Y" Dedication Sunday. May '
5th.
All roads will lead to the Y. M.
II. A. Sunday, May -"'th at which
ime we shall dedicate our newly
onsl ructed Athletic ield ai d
i iymnasium.
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Directors held last Wednesday, Al
I'allot was appointed general
chairman of the dedication com-
mittee assisted by the following:
Athletic events, l.ou Safan; house
chairman, Harry Schwartz; enter-
tainment and refreshments, Her-
man Waitsman; reception, Leo
Robinson; membership, .lack Apte
l-.-nii Lieberman, Dave Lemelman,
Henry Gabbe, Irving Qucrido,
Jules Wilson. A committee of the
V W, II. A. will meet wiih the
men's group and arrange a pro.
gram.
From present indications the
vent will be the m .-t outstand
f its kind ever held in this
area. Festivities will start at
2:00 o'clock in the afternoon.
There will be a basketball game
a volleyball game between two
girls teams, a tennis match be-
tween two championship team-, a
ping pong tournament, a billiard
exhibition. handball game. In
short. OUI slogan all that day will
be "Y. M. H A. In Action." There
Will be Very few speeches. How
ever, we shall have the outstand
ing leaders of the State. County,
and I among us. to greet you.
The event will conclude with a
.- .s Athletic
Field in tl
wil
We
iiml

i ndii .
y will
VVe i you thai you


i ,
\\ shall g
undertaking and We want to thank
Mr, Klein for his kindness in giv-
ing of hi- time to this fine group.
LEADERS GROUP
The xecutive director is now
making plans to form a leaders
group composed of the presidents,
spoils irs, and leaders of every di-
vision of the "V." The purpose
of this group is to exchange ideas
with one another so there will be
more coordination between the re-
spective divisions
This has been tried out in many
other communities and has been
found to be most successful in
planning programs. For the past
few months Mr. Grossman has
been collecting data from various
Community Centers throughout
the country and has taken the
best features of ,-ach and together
with his own ideas plans to start
a leaders group in our own V. M.
II A
HARRY SMART CELEBRATES
SEVENTY.FIRST HI Kill DAY
It was old-timers' night last
Sunday night at the "V" when
men and women who have not vis-
ited these halls for a long time
came to pay honor to our genial
caretaker. Harry Smart. Harry
was the recipient not only of good
wishes, but of many fine gifts
from his many, many friends
throughout the city.
We wish him many more hap-
py birthdays.
NOTICE
Dm Passover Hi -Inlays, the
Ii lon-
al un.
VVeo'i \ ,:80
iv M.
I directai has been
.- .- .- a division
between I he ages
of P.' i Su a group
:- US
'' 11 ossman
young la
dies ed to communicate
v bi called

Y. \Y. II. \. HOME t \'.1P
, well We i daily
.....neeting V ibout Home Camp
registi From present indi-
M" the mectinj we will have to limit our
held a I if Mrs. R e enrollment. Mr. Grossman there-
Huch important but - In commit tie was to enroll their children to com-
.-> -i the v. M. 11. municate with him at once. Only
A. with thi I im I limited enrollment will be taken.
GIRL sCOl
I hi-:: t fev, I '.s M r
Milton Klein has been giving the
NEWS "ROUND TOWN
Milt Friedman, past president
f the Y. M II. A., will be married
girls of this troop a course on to Mis- Sylvia Stern First Aid. The lectures are very s. (', at Columbia, Sunday, Juno
well attended. This is a splendid -.' NAHUM GOLDMAN
RETURNS TO GENEVA
Geneva iPalcor Agency i After
an absence of th.ee months, most
of which time he spent m the
United Suites. Dr. Nahum Gold
man. i' p'esenla ive of the Jew-
ish Relief Agency for Palestine
to the League of Nations, today
returned to his post here.
TO MANUFACTURE
JEWELRY IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem A Jewish expert
who was engaged in the trade at
Antwerp has announced his in-
tention of establishing a plant *or
the maufacture of gold, platinum
and white-gold articles here ill
th near future. Then arc few-
experts in this field in Palestine.
The newcomer has perfected pro-
cesses for the production of 50
varieties of articles in gold nnd
w'hite gold and about 30 speci.
nun- in platinum The first arti-
cle- he will manufacture will be
watchcases, and special provision
will be made for them to be en-
crusted with diamonds another
industry which is now developing
in Palestine,
BUILD NOW
CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S
HOSPITAL
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FIFTY YEARS
I
CT
Continued from Page
suddenly died and my fellow :;
rectors of the Seminary asked me
in temporarily take over the ad-
ministration hi' the Seminary. This
I did nil il]>' in-; of January, 1910
aiul have continued it in this writ-
ing.
1 hail from my reading c includ-
ed that ihiii' was enough main
i.-iI concerning tin- history of the
Jews in America to warrant the
formation of a society for the col-
lection ami study '! this matei ial.
I consulted various friends about
Seminary because I have told
about this recently elsewhere,
though the opportunity, and I
may say also the duty, of seeing
that the institution was again put it particularly Dr. Herbert B. Ad-
on its feet devolved on me, and 1 (,ms lno distinguished professor
-.pent the best part of three years ,- American History at Johns
m this task, acting as fund gath- Hopkins University. I received a
good deal of encouragement ami
erar, president of tin- board ol
directors, chairman of the build-
ing committee, ami in any other
capacity that happened to be nee.
BSSary. Every week for these three
years I came from Washington
for hall' a week to stay in New
York. By 11*05 this institution. I
thought, a- well established. Dr.
Schechtei was president, both of
the faculty and the I oi poration,
Louis Marshall chairman of the
b iard of directors, and I retired
again to my work at the Smith-
sonian Institution. Then Moses
Aaron Dropsie died, and his will
provided for ohe foundation of a
college in Philadelphia for He-
brew ami cognate learning, My
colleagues summoned me t> thai
task and insisted that I should
come t. Philadelphia t.....ganize
the i I had nevei thought
lo leave the Smithsonian Institu-
tion, in I'.ut I think I am the only
person who ever held a hi>rh po.
sition there wl esigi ed, anil r,
was a very haul parting for me.
Nevertheless, wi had come to a
time in tie world when I thought
1 ought in give all my enei g>
Jewish affair- and this I natural-
ly could nut iln a- long a- 1 was
an official at the Smiths
Hence, in 1908 I removed my fam-
ily to Philadelphia and n iw for
thirty years 1 have been adminis-
tering the Dropsie College. In
November. 1915, Dr. Schechter
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HOTEL NORFOLK
IN THE HEART OF MIAMI
Fi lendly Reasonable
Efficient
D BROWN. Mqr
hail drawn up a circular for a rail
to a meeting m the autumn of
1890, but my sudden departure
for the Orient put a stop to that
ami I cancelled the circular, How-
ever, in 1892 I renewed the pro
ject and as a result of this call
the American Jewish Histoi ii al
Society was founded, Dscai
St ran- lie, ami' its first iil
and I its first secretary.
hi- retirement, 1 think lie served
years, 1 was president
that organization for twenty
L) i ally years of the
Publi 'at am Society. I gavi
a: deal of attention I
The early books were |
Baltimore ami Miss I lei riettti
Sz hi and I "ore
adei I iiembel part
ulai Ij of Graetz's History of the
Jew s. At ii.. V and 11 fl
ipposition thi ic wa
WISHI\G VOU
A HAPPY PASSOVER
H () M E
Auto Supply Co.
1756 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 28817
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
CHAMBERLAIN
Weatherstrip Co., Inc.
507 N. E. First Avenue
PHONE 3-2151 MIAMI
;ii
BEST WISHES TO oik jr.wish FRIENDS
1111 M HAPPY PASSOVER .
from the
Royal Palm Club
MIAMI'S LARGEST AMD FINEST SUPPER CLUB
I
establishe I the American Ji -'<
k'eai Bool and 1 edited thi
few \ olunn -. Two pro i
'.v, i-i carried thr ugh by the Jew
ish Publication
through the genei
Ii, Schiff, espi ciall; engn
me. The first was ihi new
lish translation of the Ml
which I was chairman. This work
took seven years and a great deal
of time to go into it. It is the
most widely circulated book is
sued by the Jewish Publication
Society. Later the Jewish Clas-
sics series, of which Dr. Schechtei
was appointed chairman and of
which on his death I succeeded,
was held up by the War, but since
thai time some seventeen volume*
have been issued in Hebrew text
and English translation.
I have for more than fiftj
tears been interested in the trag-
edy of the Russian Jews and win i
I was a student in the I
of Pennsylvania, in 1821, fi
bearing Jews from Russia i
adelphia. I think 250.
houses in West Philn
were made' available by the I'
a Railroad. 11 w sis i ea b;
to the I'niversity of Pennsylvania
and in the afternoon I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A-l Tire Company
D.iyton "Thorobred11 1
WM. W. GRAFE. Owi
\. W. 7th Ave. & '4th St
CREETINGS
I
I VILLAGE PHOTO SHOP I
I Photo Fintshinq and Mima j
Developing Service
*2j ESPANOLA WAY
I
MIAMI BEACH
I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
H0NKY TONK BAR
?673 BIRD AVENGE
COCONUT GRCvE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
W. PAUL MEREDITH
CONSTRUCTION ENGiNbLR
LAND SURVEYOR
DRAFTING SERVICE
tCH N. W. 7rjth Street
PHONE 2-4727
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Edsinger Hotel
1244 Ocean Drive
MIAMI I'.KA. II
BAGGAGE TRANSFER
JONES
Miami Beach Express Co.
71* *th Street Miami Beach
PHONE 3.3707
ATTENTION PASSOVKK
SHOPPERS
PAT SELECT POULTRY
Capons Fowls Soft
Roasters Fryers
Broilers
Properly Dressed and Cut Up
to your orderat prices you
can afford to pay
KAHHI TO KILL POULTRY
According to Jewish Law
Frosh Florida Select Eggs
J. L. SPRINGER
POULTRY & EGG CO,
317 N. W. 5th St,
PHONE 2-3508
to these bui'dings and try to
teach the you gei
Knglish so that it might
their way. Vt thi
f the Kisl
,-ery much wi
til that and eompili
. rail il
\ America K
bin it had a useful e '- great
fund was collected and ver;
ily brought together at that time.
and after the legitimate claim of
over} person that was injured was
satisfied, there was still left
siderable sum. The work was un
dertaken in an unorganized w \
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE
!32t S. W. 4Cth Avenue
Phone 4.2914 Coral G.ililes
PASSOVER GREETINGS
l)H. R. S. AKKRS
DENTIST
AND ASSOCIATES
1764 N W. 36th St Ph.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
T
MR. and MRS.
JOSEP H R STEIN
A HAPPY PASSOVER
M. L. MARCUS CO.
OFFICE SUPPLIES
AND STATIONERY
Prompt Delivery
LoeM Prices
41 West Fl.igler Street
PHONE 2. 1661
(IHKKTINCS
S. M. Perkins
I nliai
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Charcoal Wp-icI
Anthl I Bituminous
and Smithing Coil
F ,.-l Oils Oil Burners
Restaurant Rai Bo il< -
Agents tor Iron Fireman St
JOHNSON COAL & OIL uj
N E. 8th St .it Q.iy PJO D. I,-.
PHONE 2
Nights Sund Holidays
PHONE 2.5604
FRIDAY, APRIL 19. Mia
Mr. Ja oli II. Schiff, n- ,
I us L. Siil/i,,.,.
ii : hi at Mr. S 'hi
rial gathi aiil
an it ion s hould be
disl
1 I ii ,
SINCERE GREETINGS FO =
A HAPPY PASSOVER
H. M. CASSELL
FISH MARKET
I 2241 N. E. Second Avem
| MIAMI. FLORIDA
P \SKOVER GREETING*
T-SQUARE &
TRIANGLE CO.
Il.'i Rspanola Waj
Miami Iteach, Plortdu
A HAPPY PASSOVER
.Miami Ornamental
Iron Works, Inc.
JOSEPH C FITZGERALD
Phone 26845
' S. W. 6th Streel
THE CODY CO.
STORE AND RESTAURAN
t QL IPV1LNT
th Miami Ave
PHONE 2
PASSOVER GREETINGS
IT TAN .MOTORS
C. B. TUTAN
Dodge Dodge Trucks
Plymouth
." Minorca Avenue
Phone 4 7641. Coral G.i -.
A MOST HAPPY PASS
State Electric Co.
MAX KASSELMAN
Electrical Contractors
I ill Sixlli Sir,
I'llONK "i 'i- .1
.Miami Iti-iich
WOLPERT'
\ FURNITURE*
BARGAINS!

"W Refuse To Be Undersold
T1 i ?*' '
155 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3 4132
WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
DA I RV PRODUCTS
Strictly Kosher for Passover
Under the Supervision of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach
RABBI ABAHAM A KELLNER
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
GRADE "A" MILK SWEET BUTTIIR SWEET
CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
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FRIDAY. Al'KII. lit. l!ll()
THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN
I' \(.K NINE
P L A I N TA L K
bj \l Segal
(Continued from Page 11
*till have Rlijah." He hud en-
dured, deapiie th;it they ha.I lost
housi'K, Blocks, land* and bonds in
apartment houses and big hotels,
all i which had look.-d like the
real things. Ii had turned out
thai Elijah was more real and
lasting than any of these.
What I like about Elijah is that
he is a man of whom you can make
anything you want. The trouble
with olhrr people one knows is that
you can't do anything with them.
You should like to sec them be
people after your own hear! and
mind that is to ssy. people in
your own image luu they are
perverse. Phe\ follow their own
way.
Klijah is different. He Is a
nan who i- whatever anyone be-
- him to be.. Some believe
he is Ins and others believe lie
is that. Some make of him a cos-
mic figure, a Messiah who when
he materia'izes will cause ihc
dead to arise and all that
I know Klijah not as one who
is troubled about foreign affairs
and is thinking of making the
world over. He is more like Ml*.
Ciorsky who came from Poland
where In- was born a Catholic,
though he has no hlireh In \n .
Mr. (Sorsky resides in our > unit;
poorhouse and I esteem him as
one of our first gentlemen.
I remember Mr. Gorak) going
t<> the local bishop one day to
speak for a certai i crippled boy.
The boy's mother believed that if
the hoy could be taken to the
healing- shrine at t'ary he might be
cured. Mr. Gorsky didn't believe
m the therapeutic value of shriiies
but he said "Who am I to set ray
disbelief against the faith of oth-
er pe iple'.'" So be went to the bish-
op to ask for h railroad fare to
the shrine for Che boy. and to the
shrine he carried him. "Well
nothing happened." he said after-
Ward, "but going to the shrine
comforted the boy's mother and
KlSS vei Plate showi g the four
sona 1 ef 'rred iv in the Sedei
service The Wise Son. the
Wicked Son. the Simple Son,
and 'hi' Son who cannot ask
questions.
that was enough, was 'I it'.'"
One time Mr. Gorsky troubled
himself about a child in the slums
in whom In1 thought he del i
Hashes of musical genius II.
went about bogging a s x-un I
piano In, him "We can't let
genius die this wey. This may be
another Beethoven." Having
obtained a piano he went abo i
among truckers to find > i
haul tl i- piano and lift it t i thi
third story window "Gentle-
men, you may be hoi; ing a V.oz.r
in his beginnings." A k'n .
hearted truckman hauled the piani
and lifted it to the third -tuy will
(low M:. (ion '.. regarded Uvs :-.
tlie big a hievement oi all h -
life hii h ha I gone from on
mi- I., another. We'l. it turned
o it .hat tin boy wouiun'l pi a -
lice a'ld finally abandoned the
piano altogether, but Mr. Gorsky
said. "That's ail right. Suppose
he had been a genius and I had
n< gle te I hi
Last i luistmas Mr. Gorsky re-
ceived a gift of $:>. Mr. Got sky
could not be altogether happy
about this. There were olhei | eo
pic in the poorhouse who hadn't
any money for Christmas. He dis-
tributed among them all but one
of the five do lais
Yes, K.ijah. as I know him, is
like Mr. Gorsky. I don't know
him as a Messianic figure out to
save the whole world at one time.
He has no totalitarian ambitions
like that. He is a gentle old man
wh i is happy to be let in on PaS-
nci eve. though he Wondels why
loom ale m t ope ed til him lit
i her times. The light of whCh
icople become aware when the
loor is opened foi him is kindness
understanding and compassion. He
iea.es a bit of this light i i every-
body's house, hoping thai people
will take it into their hearts and
keep it there. By this light they
an see what is hateful and un-
i kind, unjust and ;: a. I in
themselves.
This is Elijah as I know hi;n i:i
my riper year- Since my next col-
umn will not appear till after
I'l-.-a.h 1 \\ i.-h for al. the 11 a e] -
l.i most lumi ous Se.'.er visit by
ftlijah. May then hearts -' >
bright with his simple gilt.
In these riper years of mine I
am not so sure of the redemption
of Israel in the mass. ('-,11 not a
I man in the meantime at least re.
deem himself for the good life a-
excmplificd by Mr. G rsky and
[Elijah?
I don't think we make 1 0
of Elijah at Seder. Hi
when th meal is o\ t-i I '
. hildren are getting di 1 1 I
welcome he gets is too 1 1 .l
door should be opened fo him at
the beginning that he mi -1 will
ii- all through kindness
derstanding and compassii
ting ..t the head of the I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrj. Frank Ka'.z
of ih
United Kosher Market
166 n. w. 5ih St. Miami
Happy New Year
T
J. A. WHEELER
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MAX H FRIEDSON AND FAMILY
FRIEDSON CONSTRUCTION CO.
1632 Pennsylvania Avenue
Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
F. H. A. LOANS TO BUILD, REPAIR OR MODERNIZE
NORTHRUP LUMBER CO.
2110 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
"Always Call the Lumber Number" 3-C2 3
I
Make Reservations Now
for
Passover
An NELL HOTE1
70) Euslid Avenve
Miami Beach
Phone 5-4687
Cantor Louis Oalcib.rg
will conduct
SEDAR SERVICES
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS
FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEAN.NG SERVICE
L A M 0 N T LAUNDRY
A Complete Loundry Seivicc -'Done tne Way You Would Like It Done"
FIFTH STREET PHONE 5.1208
For Drive-in Service536 Lenox Avenue. Miami Be.ich. F.orida
S KIO 'Mi
Ml \M1 IIK\< II mil -Ml \MI
Miami Jewish Funeral Home
I M M SlYKU JKW ISH"
1-lliiM. Kill
Till S. \V. I.'tli \Ni SMIU'I \NCF SERVICE
mil 11 wmi 1 himmw mwwi imnfiii 11 in nr"~
AL LET LS GIVE VOL' FREE ESTIMATES SPECIAL
C teed to Stop O'l PumpingGrind Vlve< I
Tunny Synchronize Pci'-tsAll For
$3.00 PER CYLINDER
THE DOWNTOWN GARAGE
J C. GRAMLEY
BODY AND FENDER WOR KOU AR ANTE E D
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
34 South West First Street Phone 2 7233
Jn cttonor of(Pateover
MANIS.CHEWITZ
MATZO MEAL- FARFEL CAKE MEAL WHOLE WHEAT MATZO EGG MATZO
Greater Miami Distributors
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PAGE TEN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 19|0
Dr. Wise to Deliver
Kadio Message to
Jews of America
The tragic developments for the
Jewish people in many parts of
the world during the past year.
and the urgent necessity of
maintaining the program of im-
i igration and settlement in Pal-
estine will be discussed by Dr.
Stephen S. Wise. Chairman of the
Adminis.rativc Committee of the
I'nited Palestine Appeal in a spe-
cial radio message to American
.lewrj on the eve of tin- celebra-
tion Passover. Dr. Wise will
r a Pass >ver address over
the Columbia Broadcasting Sys-
tem on Sunday afternoon. April
21, at 2:80 o'cl wk, during the
I'assover broadcast which will !
inesi :;ted under the auspices of
the United Palestine Appeal.
Traditional Passover music will
be presented during the special
broadcast by the choir of the
West Side Jewish Center under
the direction of Cantor Jassinow.
sky.
FIFTY YEARS
IN RETROSPECT
Continued from Page 8)
a il disturbances and that he per
onally would never take- the re-
sponsibility again as an individ-
ual. It was out of this talk that
steps were taken to form the
American Jewish Committee, and
'of thai organization I have been
'I "~
;t PASSOVER GREETINGS '
t, I
a member and am a member of its
executive committee ever since its
foundation. 1 was chairman of the
executive committee from 1915 un-
til 1029, when I became president.
When the War broke out it was
obvious that the .lews in Europe,
and for that matter in Palestine.
would require a good deal of re
lief, so various organizations were
established the American Jew-
ish Relief Committee, of which 1
was a member, and later the Join:
Distribution oinmitt e, on m hos(
executive board I have served since
tiie beginning, working most oi
the time under the stimulating in-
fluence of Felix M. Warburg. I
have been chairman of the cultur-
al committee all these years.
From liM-l to 1918 I was annually
the chairman of the relief drive
in Philadelphia and helped to
gather the funds which were no
urgently needed throughout the
War zone. When the United
States entered the War in 1917, it
was obvious that there would be
necessity for an organization to
look out for the needs of the Jew-
ish men in the service not only in
the camps in the United States, but
also over-seas. I issued n call to
various synagogue organizations
and ti the Council of the Young
Men's Hebrew As- ciation, and
other like bodies which established
the Jewish Welfare Board. This
involved a great deal of work and
trouble and there were difficult
compromises to be made especial-
ly to get a Union Prayer hook
which would be satisfactory 11 all
shades of opinion. However, this
was accomplished. Then then' was
a good deal of work to be done in
Washington with regard to having
rabbis appointed as chaplains.
Here I hail useful contacts with
Newt in Baker, then Secretary of
War. who had been a former stu
dent of mine at Johns Hopkins.
Merc. too. was located Julius r! is-
enwald, who aided in all of these
efforts.
I have indicate I my early in-
terest in Palestine. When The.
dorr llcrzl had published his '\J( w
ish State" and came to Englumi
and delivered a great spce.'h, I
went to beat him but did not suc-
cumb t i his chai in. 1 ilid, how-
ever, in correspondence, endeavor
to he helpful to him. and I think
he occasionally refers to me in
his diary. I did not join the Zion-
ist movement at the time of the
first Congress or since because I
never could accept the secular at-
titude of the Zi mist platform.
Still, more and more I recognized
the need for Jews' uniting to help
Palestine, and so after a rathoi
extended stay then- in 1929. re-
turning to the United States ill
June of that year. I went over to
Zurich in August of the same yen
with Louis Marshall, Felix War
burg an.l others and took part in
the movement which launched the
enlarged Jewish Agency. I never
was very powerful in the councils
of thai organization and do not
know that I have affected it very
much. However, at the tune of
the Passfield Wlnh- Paper when
tvei in ordei. I de-
, i(ie to stick an I bridge I ovei the
gap foi about six months, ai til p
| ... president of the i un il
. : hairman of the Administrat
i i omnuttee In January, 11130,
I .:-,., ,i to pi ep ire a memo
randuni on the Wading Wall,
which I did foi the Spti 1 -
I'm.-- ion of the Com il of tin
League of Nations. All of thi
points I asked for, but one, were
granted by the Special Commis-
sion and there has been no trouble
at the Wailing Wall ever since, un-
less it was occasionally a little
disturbance by somebody who did
not observe the terms of the decis-
ions of the Commission of the
League of Nations.
P VSSOVER GREETINGS
SMITTY'S BATTERY
EXCHANGE
III! N. W. N. River Drive
Miami. Florida
1 X-RAY EXAMINATION i !
Including complete physic.il
xamination, blood test, only
$4. The Sunshine Hospit.il.
I
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
KENDRICK
Tire Store
Phone 4 6952 for appointment.
1008 S. W. 8th Street
lie-Capping Our Specia.lt)
j PHONE 5-4510
| We Appreciate Your Patronage'
l>ASSOVER GREETINGS
W A S H I N G T 0 N
Service Station
."!MI Washington Avenue
ilc
-JStandard Garage
i! SO X. W. 3rd Street
; PASSOV ER GREETINGS
Research, Inc.
(DES TEX)
I
l80 Vlton Road
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SUNSHINE
PRODUCTS. INC.
199 N. W. 79th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
I'ASSOVER GREETINGS
SOUTHERN RUG &
UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS
2232 West Flagler SI reel
PHONE 1-7702
Miami. Florida
PASSOVER ( iREETINGS
S HENANDOAH
GROCETERIA
1690 S. W. III SI reel
Free l>< >liverj
PHONE 2-372-1
To Our Many Friends and
P.itrons
| A HAPPY PASSOVER
I C. D. KENNY CO.
| COFFEE. TEA. SUGAR
I 64 West Fl.igler Street
PHONE 23412
MIAMI FLORIDA
To Otir M.iny Friends and
. P.itrons. A Ml 11
HAPPY PASSOVER
! THE INN
QUALITY FOODS AT
MODERATE PRICES"
335 S. W. 12th Avenue
Best Wishes For A
HAPPY PASSOVER
; W A I T E
Electrical Appliances
To My Many Jewish Friends
I A HAPPY PASSOVER
I
I JAMES T. WILSON
Superintendent ol Schools
For D.ide County
PASSOVER GREETINGS
j Pullen's Metal Craftsmen I
395 N. E. 79th Street I
P \SSOVER GREETINGS
Kelvinotors
Stoves
I
A&bsured Craftsmanship in
Ornamental. Iron, Bronzr
and Copper
Old World Copies
Modern Originations
HAPPY PASSOVER
II. George Fink
i
Water Coolers
I 1601 N. E. 2\D AVENUE
W A L D E N
MOTORS
s.'7 West Flagler Street
PHONE 2-1381
I
PHONE 2-1625
I I
2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
I Wishing tr. All Jewish CI1 tei
A HAPPY PASSOVER
1
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Miami Reach
I I
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I I
WASHINGTON
STORAGE CO.
SECURITY AND
RESPONSIBILITY'1
MOVING PACKING
SHIPPING
10C3 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
PHONE 5-3448
I !
Sincere Wishes for
\ II \ITi I' VSSOVER I
I
John & Jerry's

Barbecue. Inc.
1198 N. W. 22nd Street
MIAMI
SINCERE
I* VSSOVER GREETINGS
Snow Cleaners
& Laundry
Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Brysun
() ners
708 Collins Avenue
Miami l.iach
riiOM :-:>:,:
W A L K E R
Casket Co.
'433 N. E
, .inn PI,
HOI.Ill \ V (iREETINGS
i
'ummings Diesel
Engine Corp of Florida
Automotive, Marine, and
Industrial
lio\ \| |.\i.m dock
Ph.hi 2-5969
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DEAUVILLE
Service Station
(>:J1K Collins Avenue
PHONE 6-9121
! VSSOVER GREETINGS
VENETIAN
CAUSEWAY
THE SHORTWAY
TO AND FROM
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A ll vppy PASSOVER
FRANK RAY
CLOTHING
S22 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
I
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CASINO
T
BEST WISHES
for
\ HAPP> PASSOVER
T
R. W. (ROB)
RALSTON
SINCERE WISHES FOR
\ II \t'\'\ p \sso\ ER
T. S. NEWMAN
Hllll S. W. 1st SI I eel
MIAMI
| BARBER SHOP j j
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
1251 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH | Phone 5-2261
Phono :.-9l9l
I
W. G. LUNNEY TILE CO.
Tile Work of Every Description
1111 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
------------------------- t
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SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
FRED HOWLAND, Inc.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Postal Building:
r^/-v.IhS Makers of That Good
MOON KIST ICE CREAM
and Distributors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
KXTKNH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY P VSSOVER
ROYAL PALM CREAMERY
(Incorporated)
_ PHON E 3-8655
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FRIDAY. AI'KII. 19, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE EI.Et EN
t^.>
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi
''-' Mii'hlKnn Avvuui!
i'i.... .. ... .-c .
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
:>:. Ivi.-I. I .\ lei .
I'li.me j-i'UJ
1
PASSOVER SERVICES
Passover services will he held
Monday and Tuesday evening at
6:45 P. M Tuesday and VVcdnea
day moinines at 7 and '.< A. M. A I'-
ll moon services will be held at
6:16 P. M.
Rabbi Mescheloff will prea< h
Tuesday morning Oil the Btlbject,
"A Symbol of Freedom." in Eng-
lish. Wednesday morning he will
speak in Yiddish in the theme
"Wise Children." Cantor .Mam
elies will chant the services
We urge that parents bring
their children with them to all
holiday services. Kxcuscs for ab-
sence from public school classes
will be distributed at our office
and accepted in any public school
on Miami Beach.
MECHIRASS CHQ.METZ
Rabbi Mescheloff will be at his
office Sunday evening from I to
7 P. M. and at bis home in the
afternoon for the sale of chometz
through him. He urges that cho-
metz be sold as early as possible
to avoid any inconvenience. Filial
sales of chometz must be made by
!':00 A. M. Monday morning at the
sj nagogue.
SHABBOSS HAGODOI.
This Saturday, known as Sbab-
boss liavjoilol, Kabbi Mescheloff
will deliver the traditional pilpul
or dissertation on a Passover
theme at 5:00 P. M. in the after-
noon. The public is invited.
MODEL SEDER
A model seder will be presented
by our Religious School this Sun-
day niomi-g at 11:00 A. M. under
the direction of the Kabbi. Can-
tor Mamches and Mihs S. Shpall.
A beautiful program of song, dis-
cussion and exposition of the hol-
iday is in store for all adults who
will attend this Model Seder. Re.
freshmenls will be supplied by the
Sisterhood.
The Haggada will be the sub-
ject of study in each of our classes
this Sunday morning. So that
your child may become more fa-
miliar with the Passover Kuggad-
dah we urge that he and she at-
tend this Sunday m tiling's ses
-ion-
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
On account of the holiday there
will be no daily classes. Mon lay.
Tuesday and Wednesday of the
coming week. Regular classes
1 iwever, will be held Thurs lay
afternoon. The following week
classes will bo held Sunday
morning. Wednesday and Thurs-
day. There will be no fee charged
for attendance b ith week-. We
ask only that children attend ev-
ery session of our school.
SI Y I'M
Our Rabbi will complete the
stud) of Talmudic tract. Siyum.
Monday morning ul 8:00 A. M All
first born win. wish to be freed "i
the duty of fasting the eve of
Passover, arc requested to be at
the synagogue at this time.
ORGANIZATIONS
On account of Passover the va-
rious organizations meeting week
ly hI our synagogue will postpone
theii meetings. Immediately af-
ter the close of Pass iver the fid.
Ii wing organizations will resume
their regular meetings:
Beth .la. oh Sisterhood will meet
the first Monday in each month.
The .1. W. V. will meet every
ether Monday i ight
The llahanoth meets every Moll-
day evening at 7:00 P. M.
The A. '/.. A. will met each Sun-
day at 7:30 I'. M
The Council of Jewish Juniors
will convene every other Tues-
day night.
Our Hoy Scout troop will meet
every Tuesday night at 8.
The Junior Pioneer Women will
meet every Thursday evening;
t!ie Pioneer Women every cither
W i i lies lay night.
Our chapter of the Young .lu
deals will meet every Thursday
night.
The Council of Jewish Women
will resume ils classes in adult
English under the tutelage of Mis
I. Levin, each Monday and Wed-
nesday night from SMHi to ;i:",u
The Mi/.rachi men and won.en
divisions wii! meet every fourth
Saturday night,
MIXXIOXAIKKS
Mr. S. Liebowitz gave a very
interesting talk at the service ol
fie Minnionsirea last Sunday. The
Rabbi c ntinued his dissertations
of the Siddur The Sisterhood gup
I lied tin- communal breakfast
served after the Minnionairc
(!: Passover laws will be discussed
at the breakfast table next Sun-
day mor.iing. (amor Mamches i-
planning the formation of a .Inn
lor choir through the VI Innio i-
aires. More about this i i later
issues 'i the Jewish Klori.lian.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
|0.L. PLUM LEY
SERVICE STATION
2298 N. W. UL'nd Slrtet
I I
The M billionaires, under the
spons rship of Mr I.. Klein, wel
come- all young me.i between the
ag< s of 13 and IS.
MIZRAt III
A well attended meeting of the
Miami Reach Mi/.rachi was he fl
Saturday night at the synagogue.
Reports on the various uc-iivilie-
of the past month were present) 'I
by Mr. M. Feit, Mrs. A. Berow.
Mrs. F. Kalstein. The meeting was
presided >ver by Dr. I!. DeKoven,
whom we were glad to have back
with us after his recent illness.
Plans for the celebratio i of
the first anniversary of th Mi-
ami Beach Mi/.rachi on Lug l'.'Om-
er were discussed. A special gala
meeting and nielaveh Malkeh will
be held Saturday night. May 2"ith
and a Mi'.iacbi Picnic, the firs; of
its kind in Greater Miami, wi 1 be
j PASSOVER GREETINGS .
I THE EVANGEL PRESS |
I JUSTIN BARE j
I 261 N. \\. :tr,| Street |
i Phone :.'-<>."!;! i
held on the Sunday of Lag B'< '
er. On the arrangements com-
mittee an- Dr. 1!. DeKove i, M i.
S. I'reedman. Mr. M. 1 ,it and
Mr. I Miller. Mrs A Berow, Mrs.
F. Kalstein. Mrs. S. Grundweig.
.ind Mrs. l.evine. A gift w n
scnted to the Mizrachi by Mrs [!.
< anlrow it/, in the fom of a glus."
bead basket studded with snii -
I Continued on I'agi 17 i
GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
POWELL ART
METAL SHOP
7lii N. \V. 62i PHONE 7 1022
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Weaver Wire
Products Co.
271.". V \\. 62nd Street
PHONE 7.26H
A HAPPV PASSOVER
FROM
J M A S '
PHARMACY
First and Waslungtoc 4v
I'HONK ". M'i.vi
MIAMI UK \( II
PASSOVER (..KKTINOS
Whittenburg
Auto Trimmers Supplies
121 i \. K 1st Vvenue
Passover Greetings to All the I I
sincerest
passover
<;rkktin<;s
Hunter Lyon
Inc.
SECl'ltm BUILDING
Jewish People
WM. F. FRANTZ
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SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO.| |
"The Complete Paint Store''
801 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-3317 | I
Benjamin Moore Company's
Complete Line of Paints
i i
PASSOVER GREETINGS
STAMPS AND OLD PRINTS
I SI.imps at 75 per cent off Cata.
I logne. Prints. Books. W.o I
. Posters. China: Cheap. Stamps l
' Bought. Phone 2-5281.
[ THOS H. SHERBORNE ,
510 S. W. Ilth Avenue
lies) \\ i- In for
A II VPIM P VSSOVER
J 0 H N N Y S
Auto Service
."i!I7."i \. }'.. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
I'HONK 7-8134
CONGRATULATIONS
ON YOUR
HOLIDAYS
Professional
Building
Sin re \\ ishes for
\ II VPIM P \SSOVER
JOCKEY CLUB
BAR
2". Northeast Is! Street
PilONE 2-9141
rest WISHES
for
\ HAPPV PASSOVER
' '
X*
Henry Kelly
( o., Inc.
ISO \. E. Seventh Street
Ml VMI, FLORIDA
PASSOVER CKKKTIM.
Western
Trading Post
?2ii X. V. 21 ill Si: I
SIX< ERE w ISI1E !' : \ H VPP 0\ i::
rJCHIE TA1.S
XI v. v.". Ii I I) I'i i MlIINti Sl'PPLlES
; .'.;
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
r' Us
Conci etc
Bascule and Fixed B
ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS
THE STUYVESANT
INSURANCE CO.
New Participating Policv Is-
sued by th's Old Established
Stock 'Comnany affords sell-
Ftantial s.ivi-ns to owts of
G-nd Propei ties and Ai.tomo-
EASTERN
UNDERWRITING
COMPANY. INC.
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
1263 W. FLAGER STREET
1753 N. E. TND AVE.
1906 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. CORAL GABLES
( \ Hnpps Passover to All Our Jewish Friends and Patross j
1508 Congress Building |
PHONE 23707 l
Miami Coal and Oil Co., Inc.
Coal and Oil 6
1100 X. W. 22nd Street
j
Coal and Oil StovesOil Burners and Supplies
Phone 2-7896 I
jy >r m up.'?, aMvav
BEST WISHES FOB
A HAPP\ PASSOVER
QUALITY
CLEANERS
71H N. W. 79th Street
PHONE 7-5615
MIAMI
2180 N. \V. 27th Ue. I
IaI iom
i I THE RIFAS FAMILY !
PEED CONSTRUCTION CORP. j .....,,..
mam, beach fla MAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO.
| 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE |
" \ EXTEND TO ALL SINCERE WISHES FCft A *
| VERY HAPPY PASSOVER !
TANNER'S GROCERY STORES I "-------------------------------------------:
"WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE RIGHT"
1419 S. \\. Hili STREET I'HONK I
17!H X. W 36th STREET PHONE 8-6179
1985 N. W. 17th AVENl 1. PHONE 8-279S


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 1H, i9j0
Our Sport World
by lrv Kupcinet
TIAY BALL"
The cry of "Play Ball" is still
ringing in our elephantine ears,
-. we arc going to list the Jewish
player* and executives in the two
. i ; leagues. Everywhere we
^i' and we have been told where
;> ;:" by numerous readers we
have encountered the same two
-: "Who are the Jewish
iy< rs i'i the maj rs," and, "How
wi I they gel along this season?" ..
w th one fell swoop, we
intend to rut down both queries in
pie '. When you have ;i task
fat-inn you, gel righl down i
it; hat what we always
The are, al the present hi it.
(i 'V ictlj net in Jewish players
the ma jors. ,ii\ hied e> enly b -
American and the Na-
. eajcues. You may wondei
how we can drt de seven evenly
til tvi (plain that one of the
pis is M Berg, and Moe re-
-ii'i :, player. He's a coai h,
and a darn jroo.i o e, too, Bui
Moe can play in a pinch. .->ri<{ take
' i Moe himself, if ha- to be
.i pinch to get him into
activi seii He kid- himself
go tig through all the rigors
spi ing : raining t i Lr.'t in shape
ror '"that" game h'' i- going to
, atch in September.
Here h the official list:
Red Sox Moe Berg.
..!'..- cati hei. .
I'lowland Indians Moe Berg,
tcher.
Detroit "I'if Hank Green-'
bi > g, oul fielder.
Washington, Senators-Charles'j e w j g R ChaUtaUqUa
Buddy Meyer. Jr.. second base
Society Represented
in Florida This Year
The Jewish Chautauqua Society
will soml a representative int" a
Klorida college for th- first time
man.
Now York Giants Harry Da li-
ning, catcher.
I hiladolphia Phillies Morris
Aniovich, outfielder, and Ed Levy,
first baseman.
There, my blue-eyed bleacher
bugs, i.s the complete list of Jew- ihig year when Rabbi David Z!e-
ish big leaguers; the list may l- ] nka of Congregation Schaari '/.-
changed by the time this gets into dek Temple in Tampa will address
print, in any time thereafter, foi
Levy is a rookie who may fail t
make the maj >r grade.
a veteran
any time
who may
and Myei
be ti
\Yu York
mate aim of
iWNSi
Hi.
The ulli
1 7 lllenibel s of
the Christian Front, s( i
trial in Brooklyn Kedei 1 <
charged with conspiring t ovi
tin mi by foi i the I'nited Stati -
Government, was to incit. t'11
Je s to riot i have "a rev -
and a counter revolution."
Th as h statement made to
Man i B. I ampbell and the
jurj by Dennis A. Healy, an ex-
machine gunner of the .New
York National Guard, who te-ti-
fied that he I a ided mini
'i us nice) ings of the a<
plotters, meanwhile Keeping the
I e ra Bureau of Investigation
infoi med of ei ei'. de\ i
ment.
the students and (acuity of Rol-
lins College in Winter Park Sun
day morning. April 2L ill the
i :,- Memoi ial < 'hapcl.
The JcwiiCi ( hautauqua Soci-
ety is sponsored by the National
federation of Temple Brother-
ods of which Men's Club ol
I el of Miami is a con.
-tituenl member. The Soi i \
seeks to promot a better in
star,.I: I .I.'wish con
i oi among i on-Jewish I e
youth anil this year will reach l'{.">
colleges in ll states with a spe ik-
ing staff ol close to l.....abbis in
iiaiI ol the count ry. i (r-
: ed in IKM, ihe Society has
been sending speakers to universi-
ties anil colleges since IOiHI to pre-
shows an increase of .10 per cent
in* the number of schools visited
and this year will reach the high-
est number in its forty seven
years of history.
Passcover Greetings I
I Robert Fitch Smith!
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PASSOVBR GREETINGS
S. ERNEST PHILPITT
and SON
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Commtrcial & Marina Photos
212 N E. -ith Street
We Go Any Place. Any Time'
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Current M.g ,
Films and Develrpo-rj
iv |i|< I.in, .
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StationeryRacing Periodicals
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STORES
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MIAMI
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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M iami
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
ROBBINS ROOFING &
SHEET METAL CO., Inc.
We Top Them All"
"The Responsible Roofers"
BEEN AT IT SINCE 1919
222 N. W. 26th Stieet
PHONE 2-3795
U.S. SENATOR
DfMOCRATIC PIIMARY MAY 1940
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
!
j u i) (; e
W. F. BLANTON
y<
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CORAL WAY POTTERY
& CHINA, INC.
2931 CORAL WAY
Florida's Most Beautiful Display
of POTTERY AND CHINA
for
HOVE. GARDEN, APARTMENT
GIFTS
DINNERWAREIN PA8TEL8
A FAIRYLAND OF COLOR
OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAYS
MAILING DEPARTMENT
PHONE 473*7
MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Strictly Kosher for Passover
nosb na
(irade "A" Milk
Sour Cream
Sweet Butter
Cottage Cheese
I'nder the Supervision of
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami liearh
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNBR
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
WE ALSO HAVE BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS
Obtainable at Your Grocery Store or from a
Southern Dairies Milkman
SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC.
PHONE 2-8431
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PASSOVER
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Co., Inc.
17S2 N. W. 20th Slreet
PHONE Day 2 7868
} KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
GREETINGS FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
M I A M I
WRECKING CO.
132 N W. 20th STREET
INC.
37th 8t and Normal Are.
CHICAGO, ILL.
Deiieioaa Corned Beef
I'irkled. Cooked and Smoked
Meata
DEMAND IT FROM YOUR
DELIt ATESSEN
New ObtaiMble Every-
where is Florida
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I'
M I A M I
MOTOR SALES
840 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3 4901
SINCERE WISHES FO-: A HAPPY PASSOVER
6ADDIS PAINT CO.
Paints and Painters Supplies
150 West Flagler Street
Miami
Phone 2-1800
PASSOV; R GREETINGS
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LIGHTMAKERS, Inc.
LIGHTING FIXTURES
FROM CHASE-VERSON- L IG H TOL I E R-FR A M BU RG. ETC.
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AMPLE PARKING
PHONE 3-5292
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AIR CONDITIONED
35 N. E 2nd Avenue Miami, Floi,da
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WARD MINCER
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Flagler Mirror Plate Glass Co.
Glass for All Purposes Mirrors Vitrolite
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A SMOOTH TIRE IS NOT A SAFE TIRE
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wHOLEsAL;:v''-T----r;;;-,:-r;:^f;
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(HIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910
'*%
CHILD GUIDANCE
By Joseph A, Berninn
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
PAGE THIRTEEN
"."!, writer will be glad to answei
mj problem of his readers. Write
in in care of this paper-)
the question. "Can parents
heir children g vocabulary?"
... nswer in the affirmative.
^iiis are tools. i ne person
knows how to use words, who
: wt Ins id nights ii id feelings
precise language to be un-
..-"il by his lellowmen hi- an
.I- ad\antagi ii this busi
if li\ i lie will find doors
to him. he able to in-
..: himself man I eadilj. to
i ffei ent t ual ions, to gel
Li u job. He will i mil
>l si-lf.confidence, a' d he ill
ii in t he respect of others. To
i learl) is .to think leurly,
wal rh thi In ii
. \\ ho gropes for v\ ord
hi "doesn't km .-. hat to
hen it is impo tan)
esenl ;in pinion ni to de-
ntsi i: or 1 mind.
u timid person, one who
ulty in gaii injj lecogni
1 his I rue nth, and who
many lit'' a bin
I hat they shoul be.
speaking begins early in
i si weeks I u hild e> I
The fnr-seeinji mother thinks
child's bits just as
- tl inks of the < hild's pnj sit al
The child lean s first from
The language attained
ii .: life is the language which
i main the most natural :i
o f st ress a i
intelligent mother,
this is true, will fii si see to
> -in i. I. and ncabulary.
. .11 not slur ovei orils, she
nounce words fullv anil
fulrj and clearly. "Baby talk"
i| should nevei be used.
!:.' talk lik-' babies bt
parents talk that Way they
ii is cute. Actually "baby
is going to work great harm
the child's speech hah t. M;
, wootsie itto sweeihot" may
tionate but "my darling
sweetheart" each word
;. fullj enunciateil is much bet-
fin baby. I
If your child is out of the in-
ifant stage, over three years old,
you will do well to take an inter-
est in the meaning and background
of words. You have no idea how
many interests will blossom in
your child if you tell him some-
thing about the words and the
use. Little Johnny heard his moth-
er Use the word vital in a -
tenee. "What's vital mean, mom-
my'.'" he asked. Johnny's mother
explained, as carefully as she
could, that vital meant t<> be alive,
and she told him something ol the
wonders of living things. Johnny
remained very quiet. The
day he asked his mothei
biol gy set he had seen in ii
-tui... Today Johi nj i i forms lit-
tle experiments which surprise
a i and delight ln-
All be :- mothei
took he time to i a \\ ord.
Kvpi j m .1 i ;i- a story yes.
tied up w ith
it. Mai l your I
youi
'
the .. :
Rgypi and \ ho
11-i\ idled on o nlen boats pro
polled by
ihslaii
a fire, (Shun
tell about the
gorgeous stained glass ii
he magnificent arehiti
ol i iothi i nthedrals, and thi .
le lived ii' thosi days.
"I our i hi d sh iiilcl in qu ,
for w ords, al d it w i1! I., one o
thi joyful and i ai qui-
nt can makt
UK t'ATKIOTH
i:i: w AMKRIC w
BK Sl'RK YOl' RKCISTKR
AND votk:
| Wuhes for a
MAPPV PASSOVER !
Mr. and Mrs.
Clr.is M. Tanneiibaum I
1 I
I The Bryan Park Pharmacy |
PASSOVER GREETI\CS
KING FUNERAL HOME I
206 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9258
PAS80VER
GREETINGS
Jules A. Abraham
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DULANEY'S
MARKETS
If It's Delicious
It s Dulauey's"
1407 Washington Avenue
411 Forty-First Street
MIAMI BEACH
Till-'.
Vieiident
MAI"Kit K LEVIN
Management
11'2\ Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Open For
Passover
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SPECIAL SADER
SERVICES
Conducted by
Cantor
Schmulikel
Kelemer
T
FOR RESERVATIONS
TELEPHONE 5 2991
SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
S A X () N CIGA RETTE SERVICE
3998 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA
Passover Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
C R OWLEY'S, Inc.
WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCTS
Phone 3 5G03 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla.
It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons Sincere Good Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
THE CITY ICE & FUEL CO.
CAMEfl ANNOUNCE
OPENING DATES-
' i he Musetn
h >J -;. 'I h ological Seminal > of
\mt Tl I..' of the 0
tween
| i ubu t in i n
0 ...
luii'dii .le.-. .: not hide the
'i the |tillo\\ bill
in -ilk cloth worn by
......-r theii shoul.
d-.'i-s \vl the Ilujfj ad ih is being
ead.
Two summer rumps to serve j
Southern Jewish children for the
summer of 1940, has been an-
nounced by Rabbi S. Wrubel, di
! rector of (amp Dellwood for Jew-
ish (iiils. Waynesville, N. >'. and
("amp Flench Broad for Jewish
Boys, Brevard. N. <'. Both camps
located amidsl the beauties and
Rrandeui of the mountains of
W i tern North < arolina, offer a
act vity. and a
diverse social program to stimu-
t fraternal spirit in
the lives of the campers. Both
i ami June -'lid and operate
I tiltKKTIN'iiS I'M; A
through August 25th. For furth-
er detailed information and de-
scriptive booklet one can write to
Rabbi S. Wrubel. Brevard, N. <'.
GREETINGS
SAVOY PLAZA
HOTEL
425 Occ.ln Drive
MIAMI BEACH
IIAITY I'AXSOVKU
Herman Wall
i
ERE WISHES FOR
I HAPPY PASSOVER |
CHARLES G. |
HANNOCK i
T A M I A M I
TOURIST COURT
1-OUrUK I ABl_t COIIAOfcS
C'.DINS-THAILER SPACE
I. T. PISTELLI. Mgr.
3038 S. W. 8th St Phone 4-9169
BRING THE KIDDIES
to see the old lady"
who lived in a shoe''
She specializes in rebuilding
expensive shoes with Hie best
leather nione; ran buy, hut al-
-t> guarantees satisfaction on
popular price shoes.
Mrs Teds Shoe Service
I .link for the Big Shoe
1060 W. Flagler Ph. 3-7806
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DADt COUNTY SURVEYOR
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Id J DOOLfcY-
| 8. E. SCHWARTzl
of the I
I I). J. DOOLEY |
i REALTY CO.
I 0 Washington Avenue
I mi Be.ich I
I WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS !
HAPPY PASSOVER |
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
x
Harry M. Hiee
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
!l!
H. M. SMOKER'S
GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th Street
PHONE 3-8749
Sincere Wishes for A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Ijl
Dr. Bowman
F Ashe
;i
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T H E <; A R I) E N
2235 S. W. 8th Street
Season's Greetings and Best Wishes to Our Friends
Sincerely. MR. and MRS. FREYER
AHA PPY PASSOVER
Mike Dallett's (iaragre & Service Station
340 TwentyThird Street
PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS
RING,
MAHONY&
ARNER
CERTIFIED PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANTS
| I-' KIC E S
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE WISHES TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Sherwin-Williams Co.
j 56 Weal Flagler Street
Phone 2-7413
Miami
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,">0!l CollilM Avenue I
I'hone 5-2648 j
Miami Beach I
SLENDERIZE
THE
BIGHT
WAT
CIENTOTO
BEDUCINO
OUK SPECIALTT
ocfa Panoa B*ctvM
Individual AttrattOB
Call Ff Appoints**
MIAMI HEALTH
INSTITUTE
Dr. 0. F. Ehrllnt. DincUr
Knthropitkle PfcytMn
7613-16-17 BlieiyM Blvd. Ph. 1-TIH
TO SUIT YOUR TASTE ... BUY
"The Matzoh with the Taste"
Id. name ll< U><>\\ 1TZ-M \K(. UIKTLN on a box means
erisp. welMiukeri. trnh ilelieious in,ii/.ili-. It ;il-t> means the
liiii-i ami {iii'i-i wht'ii foil ml mi un> other I'uo\er produrt.
There are more than Iwentj IIUKUVt IT/-M VRG VKETEN
artieles for I'uwover twe. Hn\ I hem r,njo> them.
AM) l-'Oli A PASSOVER TREAT .. .
Horowitz U.iiiNiiviin POTATO
PANCAkt: MIX. \ neu .a-v
ami inexpensive wax of prepar-
ing tempting, brown httkes, with-
out fuss or liother.
HOROWITZ- MARGARETEN
noun for 56 years for Qunlity and Kashruth


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PAGE FOURTEEN
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, AI'RII. 19, i,i
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1546 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER. Rabbi
RABBI'L RLS1DBNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p,
m.
Friday evening services, S:30 p
activity. Those who attend daily
services in the .Synagogue can
avail themselves of this.
STUDY CLASS
The Class in Customs and Cere.
* monies will discuss exclusively
Shabbes: 9 a. m. the Laws of Passover and will
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. be conducted by Rabbi Abraham
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Gluck. The group will meet twice
Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset, daily, in the mornings after the
! sen-ices and in the evenings be-
PASSOVER NOTES twee|) Mincha Bnd Maariv. One of
The season of liberation from th(, |llost e8Scntja| (ities before
Egyptian Bondage is once more peMacn j8 the disposal of matter
with us. Whilst the tragic events fol.1)i(|,|,.n ,-,. Passover use. hence
Of the world prevent us from eel- THK SAI.E OK CHOMETZ
ebrating the Hallowed Festival of
I'esach with a fully joyous hear'
vet the one who trusts in the in-
Rabbl Kellner will conduit the
Sale of Chometz and can be
reached Saturday night in his
morning at 10:30 A. M. to which
all Sunday and Hebrew School
children and their parents are
welcome. Following this we must
remember the all important Rules
of
BDIKAS CHOMETZ
The search for the Chometz
should be conducted immediately
aftei nightfall Sunday and the
same should be destroyed Monday
morning about 10:46 A. M. A very
essential feature of the Pre-Holi-
day observances is the
SIMM BECHORIM
Rabbi Kellner will conclude the
learning of the tracate Mo\l
Koton after the Services Monday
morning and parents of first born
boys should be in the Synagogue
not later than 7:.'!0 A. M The
Passover Services in the Syna
gogue will commence Monday eve-
ning at 6:45 P. M. and Tuesda)
morning at 9:00 A. M. We urge
that our people remember this.
SERMON SCHEDULE
Tuesday morning Rabbi Kellner
will preach in English at 10:30 A.
M. on "The World Enslaved" an.I
in the afternoon Rabbi Gluck wi.l
preach in Yiddish at 5:30 P. M. on
"Preparing for Freedom." Wed
nesday afternoon the Rabbi will
deliver a discussion on the Laws
of the Omar ami Sofira.
BAR MITZVAH
The Bar Miusvah of Arnold
Chapman. Bon of Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott Chapmar. will be held this
Sabbath morning at 10 A. M. in
the Synagogue. The parents take
Ihis means of inviting their frien h
to celebrate with them Saturda>
ANNUM. CONFERENCE
OF RABBIS SCHEDULED
Rabbis and congregations of the
late arc being notified thai tin
annual conference of Rabbis Bnd
Presidents of Florida congrega-
tions will be held Su. day. Monday
and Tuesday, May .">, 6, and 7.
These date- .ne to be reserved foi
the Rabbinical Conference ami
Congregations an- urged to co-
| PASSOVER GREETINGS I
operate in Scheduling >'-'.. .
which will allow the Rabbi i
meet for this annual confei
Important problems mid gch i
lectures are on the agenda
a number of visiting pn.t- ,
will give lectures during the
day meeting. Problems of Ho
ious education and communal (I -
ganizati n will be discuss.. I ,v
the Rabbis and Presidents.
opening reception will be S ,. u>
night, May *>. with two hincl.,.
a closing banqUOt and a >;,
meeting on Tuesday.
BRADY
finite ways of the Almighty will honu._ Sunday morning in the Syn.
not lose heart but will instead con-|agogue .||1() Sunday ni^rht in his
tinue t.) give expression of Ins Btudy at home. The most import
humble gratitude to our Father ._, |..1SS(1V(.|. LaW8 wjj| bl, ,|js.
and King who has wrought mir. CUSS(.(| ,,., ,,u,|)it ,,
aclea for our forefathers in those SHABBOS HAGGADOL
days in this season. Ours is the This Saturday molninK Rabbi
unconquerable hope, the undaunt- Kl,llm,,. wji| prcach on a tradition-
,h! courage and resistless deter- .,, Halacha gubject as well as a
mination to face the onslaughts ot Homilitical discourse on the top-
our present day Pharoahs and jcg ,h<, day or(U.r tf|at ou).
pray lor the day when the Lord voung 011cs lllav havo a firBt nand
will enable us to see His Salva- {opiM>ttanity lo observe the Pass-'
tion as did the hosts of our people ovel. custom!C .,, ._ as | th(l
who were redeemed in Egypt. The J);ls| naV(, ou|.
celebration of Passover, its mani- CHILDREN'S PASSOVER
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SACKER TERMITE
EXTERMINATORS
Free Termite Inspection
1603 S. W. 8th Street
2-16."> Phone 2-Hi7
'REFRIGERATION1 |
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HAPPY
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Friend-
Empire Agency
76'a N. K. 1st Street
| <; R E E T I N G S
PLYMPTONJ
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SERVICE SHOP
1737 N. W. Kith Street
Phonee 7-3217
t
i I
Cabinet Shop
Where Furniture and Intel
Decorations are Made
to Order
172 N. K. 10th Street
PHONE 2-125S

fold observances and time-hon-
ored traditions call for careful ob-
servance and close scrutiny, hence
the congregation is happy to place
the services of their Rabbi at the
disposal of the Jewish Community
for any and every' Passover prob-
lem they may have. In the opin-
ion of our Sages, thirty days were
required to acquaint ourselves
with numerous Laws of Passover.
May we at least devote the last
remaining days for this important
SEDER
This happy celebration will be
held in the Synagogue Sunday
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Acme Supply Co.
131 N. E. Sixth Street
.MIAMI. FLORIDA
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PONY
BAR
!;
224 North Miami Avenue j :.
SINCERE WISHES
for
\ HAPPY PASSOVER
I
i
S. H. KRESS
&Co.
5 1025c STORE
East Flagler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETING*
Sterling Kitchen
Equipment Co.
903 N. E. Isi Avenue
Miami. Florida
MIAMI, FLORID \
PHONE 2-0128
I
PASSOVER GREETINGS j
Quigley's
Garage
131 Alton Road
Miami ISeach
PASSOVER GREETINGS I
Dr. J. Holden
Beckwith
i
and
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WALSH SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS SCIENCE
Professional Building
Miami
Dr. Jack
Beckwith
EXODONISTS
I
Ingraham Building
Ml WII. FLORIDA I
! I
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Sincere Wishes for a
HAPP1 PASSOVER
Davidson
and
Company
1521 West Flagler St.
PHONE :(-iiiii7
Fourteen ^ ear- in Miami
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
SWAFFORD'S AUTO PARTS
1288 N. W. 62nd St.
MIAMI
Phone 7 935 I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ONLY THE FINEST THE OCEAN PROVIDES
A FULL LINE OF FRESH SEA FOODS
EAST COAST FISI IKK IKS
360 Wet Flag] r al Bridge
OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS
PHONE 3 5514
c
*SPECIAL
15-POINT
Motor Tune Up
All Cars... $1.97
1Cle.in ,ind reset sp.uk plugs
2Test compression.
3Clean and set distributor
points.
4Inspect and tighten primary
wirng.
5Check and refill battery.
6Accurately set ignition
timing.
7Adjust Carburetor idle
analyze mixture.
8Check or set float level.
9Clean air filter.
10Test and set generator
output.
11 Test and inspect starter
switch.
12Test ring condition.
13Chock valve condition.
14Test coil and condenser.
1jCheck fuel pump.
Parts Additional Estimate;
Furnished for Other Work
Needed
United Motors Service
Collins Garage
115 S. W. SECOND ST.
PHONE 3-7308
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ( |
! HOMECRAFT CO. | j
! CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIIIIT V( >l I! I'HIKNDs IM-'.UK
BALL AND CHAIN BAR
DANCING
3647 W. Flagler St.
MIAMI
| <>p|i isite Tow-it Theatre
I'll:! S. \V. Kightli Sir.
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
HOME DRUG CO.
! 1401 Biscayne Blvd.
MIAMI
J See GAeam Mfrppu and RalauAant
i 1100 Riseayne Boulevard MIAMI 1ii:si W. flagler Si
Phone 3 1774 _______________________________________ ____________'
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
FACTORY TO YOU CO.
MATTRESSES
DURING PASSOVER
GRADE "A" GOAT MILK
| Only Licensed .-,rrt Inspected Goat Dairy in South Fl
j A Few Klds For..?a! ly Delivery
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
722 N. W. 62nd St.
MIAMI
Phone 7-5860
DR. ELLIOTT'S GOAT DAIRY
I | 8900 N. W. 29TH AVENUE
7*
w
Phone 4-4141 [ .-..-_......__. ___________ f
PHONE 7-2952


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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIFTEEN
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
JUNIOR CONGREGATION Sunday morning at 10 A. M. The tending the Hebrew classes which
The Junior Congregation will con- entire service will be explained are held daily- We therefore urge
duet special seivi.es during the and interpreted so that the atu- parents to see the wisdom of act-
first two days of Passover, Tues- dents will be familiar with the ively participating, and sending
day and Wednesday of this week PasSOVer observances. their children to the Talmud To-
ai il A. M. Parents are urged The Sisterhood will serve Pass- rah.
in sec to it that their children do over edibles. An interesting play PASSOVEU CELEBRATION
not attend school during the Hoi- will be given by the claas of Mr. Passover this year falls on the
iday for the children will be ex- T. Simons during the program. evening of April 22nd, and ter-
cusecl from absence providing the) TALMUD TORAH minates the night of April 30th.
attend Junior services. It is gratifying to see the con- The first two "lays are Tuesday
SATl'RDAY MORNING tinued attendance al the Hebrew and Wednesday, April 2:! and 24.
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi498 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1 173
Home Phone 2-2176
SERVICES classes throughout the week. We
During the adult services this admit emphatically that Sunday
Saturday morning at R:H0 A. M. School training for our children is
tlu> Rabbi will speak in Yiddish ..Mainly not sufficient. Children
(Continued on Page IT)
PERMANENT CALENDAR
; .. y services at 7 a. m. and
on the subject, Shabbos Hagodo
Wherein < li eat '.'"
SUNDAY SCHOOL SAOER
SERVICES
"" ...... '* A special Sader service is be
| We express our deep gratitude '"u arranged for the students of
to the members of our choir, Mrs. our Sunday Sch ol this coming
A. HI '.Miss Bede (ioldenblank, Mrs.
: evening, 5:80 o'clock
c.abbatfc M-ivices, Saturday 8:80 Nanness. -Mrs. Mi.lie Rubii Btein,
Airs. Joe Schraeger, and .Mrs Win.
Fridav evening services. Weintrnub, for their splendid loy-
alty to our Institution in enhanc
10:30 'nK oin services ever) Friday eve-
ning.
I
i.w School. 3:15 to 0:15 p.
..;. evening 8:15.
or service*. Saturday
Passover Greetings
CHADWICK FISHERIES
Hog Creek
ran appreciate the value of our
Hebraic civilization onlv by at
Sincere Passover Greetings
Fogarty Bros.
TRANSFER, INC.
Commercial Court
Sarasota. Florida
Sarasota, Florida
,iMiay School. Sunday 10:00 a.
i
I .,: MitSVah Croup, Sunday
. ; it a. m.
Adult History Group, Sunday
i a. m.
v >terhood Meeting, third Wed-
nexiiay of Month.
,\TK FRIDAV EVENING
SERVICES
last late Friday Evening
s, ,. for the season was held j
th past Friday night with a very
larj:< attendance In the Syna-
t These services will be re-
. once again after the High I
li. Da) season.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
COSBY FEED CO.
10TH ind LEMON AVENUE
SARASOTA. FLORIDA
Passover Greetings
Blossom Shop
YOUR FLORIST"
241 Main Street
Sarasota, Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
Passover Greetings
YOUNG'S
ELECTRIC SERVICE
120 Lemon Avenue
Sarasota, Florida
SUMMER'S
SERVICE STATION
10th and Central Avenue
Sarasota. Florida
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Passover Greetings
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iStar Printing Co.!
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j 320 S. Orange Avenue I
Sarasota, Florida
Passover Greetings
A. Basler Dairy
Tallavast, Florida

Sincere Passover Greetings
T
C. H. BILLS
AND SON
111 No. Orange Avenue
Sarasota. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
J. H. COBB
REFFRIGERATION
SERVICE
423 Central Avenue
Sarasota, Florida
Passover Greetings
ROEHR
MACHINE SHOP
11th and Washington Blvd.
Sarasota, Florida
1 Sincere Fassover Greetings
I
Paul's Garage
17G 6th Street
Sarasota, Florida
' Sincere Passover Greetings
! CUTLER'S
I SPECIALIZED SERVICE
G A R A G E
Broadway and 9th
I Sarasota, Florida
PASsOVtR GREETINGS
A. F. McFAYDEN
DISTRIBUTOR
Pure Oil Co. Products
PHONE 2624
S.irasota, Florida
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Passover Greetings
John's Place
1743 S. Osprey Avenue
Sarasota, Florida
Passover Orset ;; .>
G RE EN' S
WOOD YARD
Central Avenue
S.uasota Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
R. W. CHENOWITH
PLUMBING and HEATING
130 West 10th Street
Sarasota, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
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BOTTLING CO,
I 9th and Goodrich Avenue
I
Sarasota. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
MAIN STREET
LIQUOR STORE
246 Main Street
Sarasota. Florida
I
I PASSOVER GREETINGS
j REID'S
SERVICE STATION
200 Central Avenue
Sarasota. Florida
I
Sincere Passover Greetings
Freeling and Ellis Motors
6th and Orange Avenue
Sarasota. Florida
Sincere Passover Greeting;
Sarasota
Printery
117 N. Lemon Avenue
Sarasota, Florida
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
T. H. CRISP and CO.
BUILDIN'J CON1HAC1ING
Professional Building
SARASOTA. FLORIDA
1
Sincere Passover Greetings
RICHARD'S
ELECTRIC CO.
811 Main Street
Sarasota, Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
Weeks Central Ave. Machine Shop
Central Avenue and S. A. L. Railway
Samsota. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
J. B. GREEN
PLUMBING AND HEATING
1150 North Central Avenue
Sarasota, Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings !
Ed's Battery
and
Electric Service
276 W. 7th Street
Sarasota, Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
Switzer Atwater Co.
PLUMBING and HEATING
372 Golf
Sarasota. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
Shanlev Bowling Alleys
5th and Pineapple Avenue
Sarasota. Florida
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
GREETINGS
W. J. KNOX
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
MIAMI SPRINGS
THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH
DR. FREDERICK BUTLER
CHIROPRACTOR
N at iirnp.ithie Physician
Dietetic Chemistry
463 list St.. Miami Beuch
PHONE 5-7808
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th STREET
PHONE 3-3689
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
PIG TRAIL INN
INC.
HEJtB FRINK
Where Service and Qual-
ity Re"gn Supreme"
\
Sine.to Wishes for A
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY JEWISH
FRIENDS
W. Cecil Watson
Clerk of
Criminal Court
MR. .ind MRS. MAURICE L E'. N
and Son SEYMOUR oi
T H E
PRESIDENT
HOTEL
U .-II TIIKlIt UK I. A l'I '
AM) FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(BY PHINEAS J. BIRON)
Florida Sunland
Foods, Inc.
Available at Leading
Fruit Shippers
The Original Pure
Papaya Syrup
NEWS FOR YOU
Theres considerable indignution hereabouts concerning; the new
anti-Semitism in Spain, where, among other things, Jewish infant*
must he baptized hefore they can be officially registered, according to
reports received ... But somehow you don't hear so much nowadays
about the regulation, promulgated hy a number of Latin American
countries, that prospective Jewish immigrants must be baptized hefore
they can receive their offical entry permits .... Have you a little
Gestapo agent in your home town'.' .... Quite a few of them are scat-
tered through Miese United States, having been sent here tor the
purpose of causing trouhle and disunion in the Cnion .... But the FBI
is on their trail, we're happy to inform you .... Washington insiders
insist that Austrian Minister I'rochnik isn't anti-Nazi at all, as one
might expect an official of a Nazi-devoured country to be, but is put
ling in a nood bit of spade work in behalf of Hitler .... And that
Fritz Thyssen whose defection from Nazism has been receiving such
wide publicity, is fostering this view of himself, as it helps hint get in-
formation valuable to Badolf ....
HAVE YOU HEARD?
i
I)i-. Chaitn Weizmann will be back in this country in the month of
May, '."> finish up what he started something that cannot be done
, without him .... Maurce Samuel is very much interested in the pub- j
lication of Shalom Alei.'hem's works in English .... All that is needed
for lhi- project is a man who has both the money needed and the vision
l i realize that there's a fortune in the idea .... A volume of anecdotes
by and on Jewish celebrities is being prepared by Jacob Richman of
Trenton ... Dr. A. A. Kobaek of Harvard is working on a big his
tor) of Yiddish literature .... It will be published in English, of
course .... If foreign correspondent II. R. Knickerbocker repeals the
performance he gave at his Akron, Ohio, lecture recently he will lose :
many Jewish friends ... The gentleman knows what!we mean .. i In
order lo convince American audiences that there never was anything'
in those rumors linking her name with Hitler's, I'ola Negii is pulling
strings with a view to getting the role of the countess in the anti Nazi
picture "Escape" which is being made from the best.selling novel by '
'Ethel Vance."
FOR OUR YOUNG READERS
i
A valuable tip to the coming crop of graduates who will join the!
ranks of the job-seekers is contained in the following story .... It I
'seems a Jewish boy who had been doing very well at college eventually ;
graduated and went out to look for a job. but couldn't get one because^
I of his faith .Finally one firm "relented to the extent of permitting i
.him to make out an application .... He got the job .... not because
of his scholastic record, however, but thanks (o his sense of humor.....
I For in the blank space opposite the question "Religion?" he had writ-
jten: "Obstacle" .... All of which reminds us to tell you that it's be-
| cause dancing is a fine way of keeping out of the way of nudniks that
' Walter Winchell. whom business forces to spend a lot of time at nighl
; spots, has heroine such an expert rhumha artit ....
THIS AND THAT j
Even so enlightened a lady as CongrcsSWOman Caroline O'Day of
New York found much that was new to her in James Waterman \\ ise's
and Lee .1. Levinger's ho k on Jews. ".Mr. Smith. Meet Mr. Cohen." and
thinks that every member of the House Immigration Committee sh'.u'd i
put this volume on his required reading list .... Harry Hersl
: columnist, cartoonist and one of New York's most popu'ar masters of
ceremonies, is n w writing a book, which he's expecting to call 'Any.
Biography" .... The screen play of "The Pighti g J< w"
ing written by the "Aryan" William At thony McGuire .... Ida
Landau has made a corking adaptation of Ferdinand Brucki i lay
"Kra khoit tier lugend," which will be called "Youth Without Hod" in
ih I-' the plaj thai pri Hitler days had a sensat onal
run in Berlin .... Ernsl Lubil to kn iw h Ge n u
readying a sci eon corned; given a men ile
It's ti be called "Heil Darling;".. On. hundred smackers c
what Rene Blum of France this brother is ex-Premier Leon) is hoping
io get for opening-night Beats for the French theatre he is planning for
our Broadway .... It's the famed Comedie Francaise .hat he will
bring over ....
ABOUT PEOPLE
Jacob Fishman. who celebrated his 62nd birthday this week was
called up for jury duty recently .... He tried to claim exemption on
the grounds that the Jewish Morning Journal, where he writes a daily
column, cannot spare him. but the Irish judge refused to see it that
way .... "Your readers need a vacation," he told Fishman, but with
a smileand agreed to postpone the columnist's turn till October
Congratulations to the Adam P. Rosens on the Bar Mitzvah of their
son Gideon, who is grooming himself to become a junior executive in
his daddy's and uncle's Rosen Tours in a decade or so ... Irwin I).
Wolf, who runs a Pittsburgh department store for his living, is known
as the country's greatest expert on packaging, and conducted a semi,
nar on' the subject at a New York cog vent ion a couple of. weeks ago ....
Myron Colbert, who way back in 1912 opened the grand-daddy of all
New York night clubs, the Jardin de Danse. can speak ten larguages,
not including the Scandinavianbut both Hebrew and Chinese are at
his fluent command .... Jazz King Artie Shaw is plannirg a Carnegie
Hall concert for this spring .... Our Western readers may expect to
see Isaac Carmel in their lnngitudts hefore the well-known products of
April showers have had time t;> lose their bloom .... Carmel. incidi nt
aily, has severed his connection with the American Jewish Congress .
The next generation won't have to envy us that walking and talki g
musical encyclopedia known as Oscar Levant .... They'll have one of
their own, in the person of a Junior Levant whose arrival is expected
some time in 1910.....
Y- $
FRIDAY. APRIL It.,
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
THE ANTIQUE DOME
010 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
WATCH FOR THE FULLER BRUSH DEALER
He Cills Sik Times E.ich Yen
THE FULLER BRUSH CO.
210-211 Postal B L'i idm(i Phone 3-3014 M.i
PASSOVER GREETINGS
V A L S P A R P A I N T
DISTRIBUTED BY
BINSWANGER CO.
GLASSMIRRORS
127 N. W. tith ST.. MIA.V
vr. \K
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Be Wise Economize with International Trucks
EAST COAST EQUIPMENT CO., Inc.
1228 S. W. First Street Phone 2-059:
.
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Passover Greetings
Sidney A. De Wolf
R K A I. ESTATE
THE MOST HOME VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY
236 N. W SEVENTH AVENUE
PHONE 3-3990
OPEN EVENINGS
?
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVfH
ill
Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Xicclev
Of
MIAMI BEACH
INM 111 I) \\ |\(,s
MHHU. \< | | own
JNSURED SAVINGS /^\ MORTGAGE LOANS
HiN:l:l#
nvincfl pno tonn Rssocmnon
* or mmmi *
45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street
LOW COST
LONG TERMS
Single Mortgage
Home Financing Plan
J. M. UPTON, President
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BETH DAVID
BULLETIN
PAGE SEVENTEEN
ditional melodies. The first two
'lays .., Passover the Rabbi will
speak in Yiddish and English on
i the central them,. "Israel's and
and the last tvtn 'lays are Monduj j '"""""''v'- CLimate Victory."
and Tuesday, April 2 ']
(Continued from Page 15)
BETH JACOB
BULLETIN
CONDOLENCE
Our sincere sympathies go ut
to Mrs. S. Green and her Family
on the demise oi her beloved,
CIVIL LIBERTIES
(Sontinued from Page 11) on the demise oi her beloved, -|" times of fear of hysteria,
Refreshments supplied by the sa'"te^ mother, Elka Gitlow. May political, racial, religious uncial
,, ............. ,, ......." diiiK was solemnized l,v R;l
and manj other teachers gave up "' "t Mr. and Mrs. Ch. Peret/.man M seheloff -ith u>
their lives 1 They gave their lives of Miami Beach, will ,,,,,..,, eWt mL*^.
>!
All the windows for the from i naa "" definite standards to u
our synagogue building art t,> be "lilu' wn"' constitutes a subvvi-,-
for our sake. We ask, "did it the Beth David Sisterh.....I as Jun- installed in stai .ed glass in mem- ive nativity, such as we ha\ oi
pay" when we not,,,, how oceu.' "or Hadassah's "Queen of May- GAINESVILLE ory of mu- of the rounders and niui-der or larceny, Acti
pied we have become with our at their annual coronation May f f former president of our svnii "*'* -''"> benevolent and liel
business and so neglectful .,!' "ay Dance, to be held May 19 passover greetings
thus.- matters for which "111 fore- the Wofford Hotel, Miami I
fathers sacrificed their lives. Beach. I I1/,\V*+ /< 1 g\
Show your religious allegiance' \U* ,lt JOHeS ( <).
and loyalty by attending the Syn- GAINESVILLE funeral directors
agugual services during the firsl '------- _____ +
525 w. Main s.
ami last days of our "Great Feast |
ii Liberation."
Remember: Yiscoi 01 Memorial
Services )!l take place Tuesday
Mo
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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April so at it) \ \i Latimer's Tire Shop
[(member: If you desire that I I
Phone 12
Gainesville. Florid.i
gogue, Mr. Jacob Becker, by his fu'to wage earners, persons o
widow, in t!. M,.al. future. '"'' '"' those who are disad'
aged in the struggle foi .
WEST PALM BEACH muy '"' ''''"i '

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} I might burdem d m f .
I IASSOVER GREETINGS j thereby." L\ S. Attorney IS
H lix; ins
I II. Jatcksoii,
WEST PALM BEACH
I
y ur beloved ones be included in |
the memorial services, phone the
Kabbi and inscribe their names as
.,- safekeeping: for nil times. ; _
Uabbi Shapii 0 will con lu I I he '
Passover Services, and Cantor ; ~ + |
747 W. W.lin N
Phone 1581
Gainesville. Florida
I I'M S H C 0 .
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Sincere Passover Greetings
llayman will 1 hunt tin- trn-
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GAINESVILLE
Sincere Passover Greetings
Dorsey's Bakery
t Bill's Shoe Shop
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1'8 South Garden
Phone 847
Gainesville. Florida
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Phone 480
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DRUG STORE
'26 w. University Avenue
PHONE 4',2
Gainesville. Florida
I P VSSOI Hi GREETINGS
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] ] Silver Grill Bar
813 8th St. Phone ill 61
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1 Fair Awning & I
I Upholstt v Shop
West Palm Beach, Florida I
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West Palm D. h, Fla.
Gainesville, Florida
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
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1 Anderson Studio
PHOTOGRAPHERS
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5700th PASSOVER
CONGRATULATIONS
1100 North Grove
Phone 1141
Gainesville. Florida
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{ Sincere Passover Greeting*
J 0 H N S 0 N !
(JARAGi:
338 W. University Ave.. Phone 981
Gainesville. Florida I
Passover Greetings
SINCER EST GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs.
M.S. Lew and Son
2761 Burlington
St. Petersburg, Fla.
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Ed. M. Swearingenj i
i BUI LDER'S j
(service CO.
PAIL E. JONES i ,
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR | |
J j 5230 Okeechobee R ad
| PHOXE v.ii
| i West Palm Beach, II : la
*07 3rd Phone 4; 63
West Palm B h. Fla.
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PHONE 294
Gainesville. Florida
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GROCERY CO.
623 \V. Masonic-
Phone 112
Gainesville, Fla.
| PASSOVER GREETINGS
CIC E N' S
FLOWER GARDEN
I Palatka Road Phone 61
Gainesville, Florida
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SINCERE PASSOVER
GREETINGS
SPARKS
F L O RI D A
Theatre
L Y R I C
Theatre
Gaincs* [lie, Florida
126 E. University Avenue
Phone 1366
G.iinesvilte, Florida
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
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528 N. ith Gainesville, Fla. Phone 9117
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| Gainesville. Florida I
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GULF OIL CORP.
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Weal Palm Beach, Florida '
1 Economy Cab Co. i
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12* N. Garden Phone 506 |
Gainesville, Florida
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
CHARLES BERLEMAX
139 Root Trail
i'lioii.' 9623
Palm Beach, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Shorty Bean's
Electric Shop
733 W. University
Phone 50
Gainesville. Flo< id.t
Sincere Passover Greetings
ALFAR
CREAMERY CO.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 1910
SOCIETY
ZIONIST
t 01 M II MEETS
R,,. ntl> represental of the
st Groups in Miami met to
ilate plans foi a more effi-
cooperative Zionist
in Ai:: mi. resulting in the
Greater Miami
Zionist Coi m rhis council will
iupervise the eaten -
i fen r.i organi
bo that there will be no overlap-
ping and that quotas will be car-
n to the mutual satisfaction
i :' all gro
\- la si meeting of the Zi.
i ins were made to
start :i campaign for the Jew
N oi I Fund Besides the
. J. \. F. boxes and
... of old b >xes. the
I 26th of

L'N(; I'DAE.X
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whether or not he is a member ol
the local Voung Judaea organiza-
tion, cooperate in making this
campaign for ili>' Jewish National
Fund a success.

VISITING
HERE
Mrs i. B. i ohen of New i ork.
a member "!' the Board of I lii ei I
ors of the Free Synag gue <>i that
city, is visiting in Miami for th<
Pass iver Holidays with her daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs.
Colman A. Zwitman.
PASSOVER TEA
TO BE Tin- Young Women's Hebrew
A--". ia< on will hold their annun
open house and Passovei Tea Sun
day afterno n, May 28th, between
:; and > P. M. at the Y Clubrooms.
M Pearl Reisman, cha irman of
arrangi ill be as: isted by
ill act
Hit 1 the afterm
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GULF STREAM
ICE CO.
2073 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-8327

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CORAL GABLES
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PASSOVER GREETINGS 1
Arri i i 0 i tital i
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I Mc FARLAND AWNING 1
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' PI -.-.s I
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CO. Inc
5
:;,,, Ave., Miami. Harvey Efimov,
distinguished singing actor and
humorist of Jewish folk lore, who
is touring the Southeast under the
auspices of the Workmen's < irele,
will be the featured artist of the
evening His program "ill consisl
k gongs, ballads, traditional,
i estinian, modern, hu
in rous and rogue songs, in vai
mis languages and dial- I
,v 1.....btained from mem-
'..,-, the door. The public is
ally invited t<- attend.
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BINGO P MM Y
PL VNNED
A bingo part) I by
the Young Women's Hebrew Asso-
ciation will be held Sunday eve
May li'th at the Y l"lub-
rooms with Mrs. Leon Lieber.
man in charge of arrangements,
Tickets may be obtained from
Ii-.ii.> Cohen, ticket chairman, or
any member. Further details will
be announced in later issues.
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Musicologists claim that the
|y for Had Gadya, i
important Passover Bongs, was
borrowed from a famous French
folk s ii '- w hii I' us d tu be sung in
Provence.
PASSOVER GREETINGS j
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IV;mk Wolkowsky j
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18 N. E 'st AVENUE I
CON< i.i; I TO
BE i.l\ EN
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
CUSHMAN
BAKING CO.
1310 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 3-4161 MIAMI
1 GREETINGS
I -Your Patronage Appreciated"
LEWIS TIRE SHOP
and WOOD YARD
Service With A Smile
I 169 N.W. 20th St.Phone 27272
PASSOVER GREETINGS
L. Murray Dixon
ARCHITECT
1630 Euclid Avenue
Phone 5-3363 Miami Beach
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
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Old "PGL"toHis Young Hopefuls!
"My beys new tlicrl you're each a candidate.
do this:
."' use. acci'=e end hadrer end !rci!:
Harass and haze and enqend-r rale!
Declare yourseli holy, end holier than
The incumbent or any other nanl
Pound your cl.es! and < h your fist?
Te:ry conditions that c 3 t exist!
Spread suspicions of c. piracies brewin'j
ture grim visions, an: ;- -phesy ruin!
Pnoint yours* be P< ?eepulV White Hope,
j 0 9M with these '. obgcblins mirjht cops!
t .'. I, malign, from my csn in the tower.
and bee.*! ei rev press as a pev :rl
You have r.o idsa hr\. many a vote
We thus will wheedli* -ota m: ty a goat!!! "
T!.:.i Rh : Seems
To Knew Something
Aleut Lc:al Politics!
He certainly does describe
the usual method and
fakeries of th repudiated
machine politico and hie
puppets in their torry
efforts to besmirch and
dislodge a faithful and
efficient official.
SUPPORTERS OF and BELIEVERS IN
D. C. C0LEMAN
Who know htm to be the best Sherlii
Dade County ever had, and urge his
RE-ELECTION
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MIAMIANS OVER 20 YEARS
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PHONE 2-8915 MIAMI. FLORIDA
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THE JEWISH FLORLDLAN
P O L I T I C A L
B R I E F S
Paul 1'. Barns, candidate
to ilie bench of
ihe t'i uil and <'ivil Court, has
I o e '.' r fourteen
Hi- bases his Buccesa on
in ran tees every de-
ei plaintiff, whether
i epi, st-nti ii by brilliant or medi-
-.- legal talent, fair and impar-
tial hearing. Judge Barns attri-
butes his li-jral erudition t the
lawyers of Dade County bar and
his own study of nationwide l'j::il
i epoi ts.
George K Holt, candidate for
re-election for office of Represen-
tative in the Legislature, Group
One. has been a practicing attor-
10; in Dade County since 1925. He
i-.as received assurances from
members of the House of all the
state thai they will lend their sup-
to elect him. He believes
1 every promise
led every plank
lected
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Hi t>i 11 J. Boone, candidate oi
office of Circuit Court Judge tor
Dade and Monroe Counties, Flor.
ida, came to Miami in 1925. He
a a- B student of law in Minimum.
admitted to thi- bar of the State
of Florida in 1897. and to practice
licfore the State Supreme Court
in 1911. He is active in his own
private civil practice, in tin- gen-
eral affairs of his profession, not-
ably as a member of the Dade
County Bar Association and the
Florida State Bar Associaion and
in civic affairs is president of the
Miami Municipal Utilities Associa-
t ion.
Candidate for ri'-eleition for
table for tin- Second District,
Tom Wood has resided in Miami
ghteen years. Mr. Wood
that during his term in of-
fice he has cooj i rated fully with
all lu ement agent ies in
Hade i mtj and t hat he w
first Constable in the history of
the Sta e of I loriila I have tin n< d
ia excess fees to the County, and
believes that ..lie good term nier-
He has been an en-
forcement officer in Dade County
for fourteen years; was assistant
to Constable Dillon, is n member
of the Elks, Loyal Ordci of Moose.
an officei and director of the
Young Democratic Club and a
membci of various other fraternal
and civic organizations.
Roscoe Brunstetter, candidate
for Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Eleventh Judicial Court of
Florida in Division "A", has been
a resident of Miami since 192(1
and ha- been practicing here since
thai time. He has taken an active
part in civic and communal activi-
Miami and is admitted to
tl Supii
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by i delaj at d costly
proi edure to make proper c tn t
aetioii available t" all citizens up-
on teiins of actual moncj -
that i\ei yone can meet.
Candidate for re-eleetion as
Justice of the Peace Henry 1.
Oppenborn, for many year- oc-
cupying this position, has been
a resident of this district for
i enty-three yi ai s. He was ap-
pointed Justice of the Peace in
192(1 and in June 1929 as admit-
ted to practice bef re al I c
oi the State of Florida
He is an active member of many
fraternal and service organiza.
ti :is. His only campaign prom
ise i- a continued a live interest
in behalf of humanity and a fair.
honorable and courageous admin-
istration of .lustiie in every cause
that comes to his attention,
Marshall ('. Wiseh.-.u t is a can.
didate for the state Legislature
in Group Two from Dade County.
which office is filled at present
by .Mr. John J. Lindsey, who is
not n candidate for re elei t on,
Mr. VViseheart attended the l-iw
Schools of National and George-
town Universities from which lat-
ter he graduated in 1927. Mr.
\\ ischearl came I n Miami to t esi
and has bi nually ei .
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in the practice of law her, f r
the past twelve years.
He feels that the growth of the
community demands that legis'at-
ors should be chosen who will
(jive their and ...
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t; is a
M ___ I; .: ai Rediands pr p-
citj owner. He n member of
the Young Democrat! Club, the
., Bar Association, of whit h
in- has been a director for the | ast
three years, and i.- active ill civic
movements.
Han ( happell, well known in po-
litical and civic circles for a long
number of years, is a candidate for
State Senator in the roming Dem-
ocratic primaries. Mr. (happell;
FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940
has served as State Representa-
tive of Dade County, and has
among the planks of his platform
a guaranteed revenue sufficient to
pay the school teachers an ade-
quate salary and the establish-
ment of a medical si hool in Flor.
ida at the I':.; el sity of Miami.
GREETINGS
R. A. STEFFANS
CONTRACTOR
2250 W. FLAGLER ST
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All Leading Brands!
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Whelan's Fish (; rill
518 ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
H. B.
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RE-ELECT
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PAUL 0. BUMS
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Dade and Monroe Counties
Group 4
Democratic Primaries May 7
I 149 N. W. 5th Street |
MIAMI I
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
HOTEL STRAND
226 N. E 2nd STREET
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Terry Insurance
AGENCY
BISCAYNE BLDG.
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1301 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 3.5754
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MIAMI^218 N.
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LOWEST MIAMI RATES
CALL 2-41 11 20 \". W. 1st AVK.
925 Lincoln Ro.id
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MIAMI BEACH
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COMPLETE ABSTRACT AND
TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN M "CH
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BEACH
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WK EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS
G J. and B P. MISSIO and ASSOCIATES OF
Venetian Art Marble & Terrazzo Co.
1 i_'l N. W. 29th St reel
Phone 2-529:1
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts
In Fact
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
may be obtained at the
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DELICATESSEN
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines
Imported and Domestic
Announcing the Opening <>f Two Summer Camps bj
Rabbi S. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad
for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys
Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C.
FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
I Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write:
R A li 151 S W R U 15 E L
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
THE MASTERBILT CORPORATION
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
605 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-5656
ASK THOSE FOR WHOM WE HAVE BUILT"
An Exclusive L umdry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
COMPLETE STERILIZATION
BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY
We S Dippers or I. y0ur Cwn for as
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<22 B W AVENUE PHONE 4-5515
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THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN
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BRIEFS
litlato !' i- Judge of the Cir-
i irt, Eleventh Judii ial (!ir.
Florida, Group One, W. II.
has been a resident of
cc 1923, He has been
iraired in general practice in
-... .iihI Federal Courts of Flor-
ence 1923 and practiced law
i i.i.iria previously for twenty-
. years. He lias been president
I i Miami Lions Club. District
Governor of Linns. Director of
M ami Chamber of Commerce,
I '..iinan of the Lailroad Com-
::. of the Cluimber of Com-
i. ami chairman of the Over-
.. Highway commission. He
believes that this experience cou-
pled with his common sense ami
urteous judicial temperament
y him to fill this office.
ijre K, McCaskill, candidate
. d>te of the ireuit < 'ourl to
Judge Trummell, has
a i(sidenl n!' Miami for
U i. Mi 'askill,
: ....... than
erveil as
Itoard n!' Count
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ipi me 'ourl of
I'nited Stal He a mem.
: he I lade i)unt> and Flor-
State Bar Associat ioi s. the
ill l 'hlU'ch and is a .Mas n.
I itw I>avis. candidate for
commissioner District No.
J. a native Floi idian. a lesi-
deni of Dade County for the past
twenty years, and a resident of
LittU River since l*.:i. Mr. Davis
state; that "The only plank I have
my platform is a guarantee that
I ...II at ;ill times give due con.
C.REETINGS ON PASSOVER
sideration to any proposition or
project that might in any way
benefit my district. I assure the
voters if elected to office 1 shall
handle the affairs of the offi
d t'i me. just as I handle
my "ii pe inal bu He it
one of the organizers and direi
tors of the Little River Band and
Trust i impany, n member i
I- .i si i hi istian i 'hurch. Miami Ki-
vvanis Club, Little River Business
men's Association and the Ma-
sonic Order.
Walter r'rnser. candidate for
Governor, who spoke in Bayfront
Park Thursday to about 5,000 per-
sons at one of the largest rallies
of the current campaign, will re-
turn here for another speaking
engagement soon.
In Ins Miami talk, I'ra.-er ud.
vocated the $3 tag, u state medical
and dental eolleeg far Miami, a
state financed publicitj campaign
to bring; millions of additional
tourists to the state year,
the repeal of I he |fi rei eipts
tax. a ine highwii i xtend
' engl the te, and the
estubli I
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11' 'in the $'i p.i.....,001 now
tate' ..' .
consolidation of bure iu am
penses,
The money now in tl
treasury must be used, Fraser
said. "Let's i|iiit paying interest
when we have money in the treas-
ury. It's just u case of water,
water everywhere, and not n drop
ti ili ink. I will put that money te
11, for the people of Florida.
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
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I CONTRACTOR
. 7t Northeast Twentieth Terr.ice
PHONE 3-1922
Northeast HUy.eiflhth St. I
PHONE 7-2876 |
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
fl.user Co., Inc.
GENERAL INSURANCE
PHONE 3-2648
12th Floo'
Pin : Trust B".
and
hi-tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
T"4 i; X, !: 2ml Avenue
PHONE .;."'>-'-'
HAPPY
PASSOVER
Margaret Ann
Piggly Wiggly
FOOD STORES
BEST WISHES
KOH A
HAPPY PASSOVER
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2044 Biscayne Blvd. |
ff D. C. Coleman, candi-
date foi re-election in the forth-
coming prin ii hi b ei a res-
ident of Miami im u 11111) ,
Georgia. II" has bci n
sheriff for aim I yeai and
his ii in he
cstii lishment i I
i i: i i; eturn "f thou-
ol ilollai'i annually i
cess fees to the county in a
and tl i det 11 ion ai il delivery to
the FBI if h'ranklin Pierce Me.
Call, the kidnap slayer of the (ash
Bab etc. Under his leadership
Sheriff t oleman's deputies have
made 71.H5H services of civil pa-
pers, and have booked 26,784 per-
sons in the County Jail, both as
County and Federal prisoners. He
became chief deputy to Sheriff F.
P. Lehman in 1929, resignng in
1931 i" a ept the city commis-
sioner's offei of the Miami City
managei hip; and in 1933 was ap-
pointed sheriff and elected in
1930. Sheriff (oleman's civil de-
partment handles the sen ii u of
monthly,
and the criminal department has
lie is a
' i of pi in i .: ,: nal and
nns.
Frank E. Bryant, candidate for
judge f the i i cuit Court Bench, I
the fact tlat he will
artial just ice to this
bench b .> i e hi hat never been
led in any City of Miami
Mr, Bryant out-
gth} plat foi m. has s
ul pn
oura
justice. He has been a
resident the Miami area since
I92-"), lives in Coral Gables in his
own home and served on the citj
commission in that suburban city.
He is the immediate past presi-
dent of the Dade County Bar As-
soeiation, is a member of the
American legion. First Christian
Church, the Quarterback's Club,
Young Democrats Club, and the
Coral Gables Chamber of Com-
RE WISHES FOR
PA5SO.
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Jewish Friends
C|STRUNS/
a* ^0 VLSIIIAS fcllSLN 1
GEH. E. rCBKILL
('andidutc For
j i i) g e
of '
CIRCUIT COURT
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TO OCR JEWISH FRIENDS
DURO PUMP and
SOFTENER CO.
1528 N. W. 7th AVENUE
w. F Kreitzburg J. B Hurst
PHONE 3-2097
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LEW HEWES
Authorized Johnson Dealers
Since 1925
841 1-2 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 2-8918
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OSCEOLA
MARKET
GEORGE JACOB, Prop.
((uality Western Meats
and Fancy Groceries
WE DELIVER
2293 S. \\. 17th Avenue
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Benner Box &
Printing Co.
O::, S. W. 25th Avenue
PHONE 4-2016
SINCEf-tE PASSOVER GREETINGS
Flagler Mirror Plate Glass Co.
Glass for All Purposes Mirrors Vitrolite
Phone 2-8484 Miami 1432 W. Flagler St.
SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
M B. G ARRIS
civil. A \ 1) 1ox 12i:i i' il t 'nil in- lluildiiig K 2 4 .') S
TO OUR MANY PATRONS
AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
I) U L CI E
Cigar Co., Inc
120 N. W. 25th Street
PHONE 24360
COR RIG AN MILLER & CO.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
ALFRED I duPONT BUILDING
PHONE 3 2137
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
M. & M. Dredging & Construction Co.
POSTAL lil'ILMNi;
MIAMI. Kl.oKIDA
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
L. & A. GARAGE
110 Meridian Avenue Phone 5-5243
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Rolfe Armored Truck Service, Inc.
TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
101 N. W 9th Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONG 3-4011
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
FREEMAN & SONS, Inc.
ESTABLISHED 1912
DISTKIBl'TORS
TRUCKS BUSES FIRE APPARATUS
14 X. E. Seeond A\ enue
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FEDERATION TO HGL
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
nual mcmbi rship me< I -
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I ion pf Ji \\-i.-li \\ i Ifai e Pun
be held W< A
24th is. aninc I: .
of the McA Hoi Miami.
- 30 P. M. i: -.ill bo
made by the pres Stanley
('. Meyers, campaign chairman,
Bar n de Hirsch M< j er, I
er Sam Blank and the executive
Bei i etai y, Miss Beulah B. < lodw i
Unfinished ss will
hi' discussi i followed by the
tion of online,
Comm I." will
be madi bj Isidoi <
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Dr. Roy S.
Ellsworth
DENTISTRY
Dentil X R.iy Diagnosis
8089 Congress Bldg.
Hotel Blackstone
BEACH
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
H E R N E S T
OV E R S T R E E T
YOUR STATE
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
O'NEILL
& 0 R R
Construction Co.
COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
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"ii; .u:\vis!i EiUENDs Eon
A HAPPY PASSOVER
JESSE P. MONTZ
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Have a
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PHONE 5
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GREETINGS
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Locally Produced Milk Ice Cream
Cottage Cheese
Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream
BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS
PHONE 2-8431
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES
HOLLEMAN'S
The Food The Service The Price Incomparable
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DDNNER
I lih Street at Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Riverside Laundry.and Linen Supply, Inc
464 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
DRV CLEANING LAUNDRY AND LINEN
SUPPLY SERVICE
FOR HOTEL INSTITUTION AND THE HOME
PHONES: 3-7454 MIAMI BEACH 5-7371 FT. LAUDERDALE 800
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rKIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
9
HILLEL HI-LITES
AT THE U. OF F.
by Stanley It. Richard
.nil Fuchs of St, Peters-
. represented Florida I
,ii the national Finals f the
|| oratorical contest held in
(ro on Friday evening;, April
.....- wm his way ." Li:.- iiu
- by winning the local com.
held between the LTniver-
f Florida and the Florida
si i llepe Hillel Societies.
the sei ond year Hillel will
- i 11'.'- I 'ussovei Seder I'm
n ish students at the L'niver
Rabbi Kichhorn will have
.....i' the services. As pan of
mining program there will
il speaker and Hillel keys
awarded to those members
earned them. Thi
Beta Delta ilininj
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CARD PARTY
TO BE GIVEN
I in- .Miami ( hapter of Senior
Hadassah will sponsor ;, card par-
ty for the benefit "I" the Jewish
National Fund Friday afternoon,
May 3rd at the Ik.me of Mrs. Na-
than Rosen. Details will he pud.
lished in next week's issue.
________PA OF, TWENTY THREE
^"m*^mi j
twenty yean. He is an advocator
(it sports and fair play and was
one of the sponsors for the Orange
Bowl. Mr. McElya believes that
the only platform that is honest,
conscientious and democratic is
to gel what the people want and
to protect them from unfair and
vicious Aeis sought to be enacted
by private or Special int.'rests ami
selfish politicians. He also does
not believe that a Representative
should use his position to punish
his politieal enemies or reward
his friends al the expense of the
Mi Max M. Singer will he glad public.
to meet all his friends, and the
friends of Han Chappell al the
Beach headquarters of Han I
pill for Stale Senator, Til 5th
Street. .Miami Beach.
J'OLITICA L
B R I E F S
Not i;- McElya. candidate for
State Legislature Croup No. One,
lung Hen.....at, i ame to Flo-
rida in IJI02 and has practiced law
in Miami for twenty-oi e yeai -.
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SEASONS GREETINGS
M. DRUCKER AND FAMILY
Drucker's Jewelry
1053 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-3774
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My Jewish Frier
Martin Hampton
ARCHITECT
431 W. 41st Street
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE
318 N. E. 13th STREET
Sincere Wishes For A
HAPPY PASSOVER
BISCAYNE TENT
& AWNING CO.
245 S. W. 6th Street
PHONE 36248
-41 41st St.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-3719
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
A HAPPY PASXOVKU
AUTO BRAKE AND
SERVICE CO.
17.;i Wesl Klnglcr St.
.MIAMI. FLORIDA
(JRHKTINGS
William Maher
FLORIDA'S PIONEER, STAINLESS-STEEL, STREAMLINED COACH TRAIN
Modern travel luxury al low coarh late-. IX I.....ra lo N< York. \r
conditioned. Dining C..ir: Tavern l^ar: Lounge-Obsertation ar. Kadio.
\ll seal" reserved no extra eo-i. Lv. Jacksonville ,l.ul\ al 1:1' IV
lor New York, klso three other air-condilioned trains to the bam ilu>! .
NEW OVERNIGHT SERVICE TO HAVANA, VIA MIAMI
WSS. I .oi^,-line." Large*!, fustcsl ^lii|i in this service* Connects -i n
Seaboard trains. Reduced through fares.
Consult J. Kenealy,G.P.A.,233 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Phone: 5-0465.

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 19. m
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POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Report! reaching Dade (
from the various seel
rida indicate that B. V. Paty, Wi st
Palm Beach candidate for gover.
nor. is the man other ca
will have to beat to net into
second primary, a g
Frank 0. Pruitt, Dade coui
manager for the lower east
candidate.
I have lived in Miami -
1924 and have watched other men
try for the governorship -
that time, hut never have I
any candidate make tuch i
gains and receive siu-h manifesta-
tions of support over the enl i
stau- from Miami to P l
Pruitt state.i. adding that as tl
situation now shapes up Paty
will run me-tw in Du\..
and will carry Hillsborough by .i
substantial plui al ty.
Local observi
trend I i Paty in I .. g un-
ties to his
ment and low
and the inherent desire
pia>
rida.
In otl
that Paty's star a s
as a full nin< nths sol
a sti _-
roads pr >gi ai h ... -
conservati n g
seized up at -
long f to eltvt a Soutl ist 1
if we ev: \: t to."
eluded
I Sunny Isles Casino, favoring Pr.
Townaend'a new bill, preaerval
of existing air bases, favoring ac-
quiring additional land at Baker's
Uaulover for protection to I
men. will rk with the F
Government to build in such ..
where hurricani shelters an
needed and more fire protectioi
iitlying disti i U
Census Cooperation
tea to be sine to be enumer-
ated."
Is Asked For The full story of the progress
and increased population of Dade
-v should be recorded, if this
vey R- Pi
th< General
of thi Mil
secti : is to see its prognostica-
. ,,.._, 8ec.
William R. Shayne, stat i
man ictivities N
I 8 Of 1
.- : this '
- -.. ..... : a stat w ide
April 27 to
- with th
. L'i it-
States S r, Att v Gen.
- Stal
Treas
"This | i enl ely a non.
- .
terest
"-. ing D
\\. wai l l (rive
I widesprea
s post
. -. aspir-
ants 1 thes '' a
wai l giv< .. lati -
inds I .....'-
- it
pponents"
ns I the
WDBO. WDAE.
w M B i: '.. -
W.IN0. West Palm
.......
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ime authen-
recalled,
-- present de-
part of Palm
tal ropula-
-. this section i. that yea.
j* : -. 5 by A tUjm.AU the largest city
30th. This cham ^ ^ ^ .^ waj >li|rht.
was i F
be the Greater Miami Coop* a
.::<<- to assist the lo<
fice of the I". S. Cens is
:" populal
16th di ensus
ed St
Payi i( that
two weeks ting. th.
in t ex eded tl
at :' Dad* County i
"It is ativt." Paj said,
"that every person
. .
ge his 1 I as
ly mole than three times that
tabula! on ol
thai < area, now covering as
as Jupiter Light, will
in n'.\ pi obal show the south
sect r to have about
sixth ilation of th.1
-'. f
Witl this pulatioi ncri ase, i:
is safi i maki another forecast,
that Stat ind Fed<
..-
'before by voters of this area
! In the efforts to expedil
quick, accurate and complete i.
dt of our individuals, the M ,
Chamber of Commerce has is
those who have not yet been
. rated, to get in tout h with '
ster C, Wallace, District S
visor i f the < 'ensus, at 25M -
North River Drive, so that
.ial enumerator may call ai il ..
the record of that indvidua
p..st card will serve the |1 :
HOLIDAY (iRKKTINiis I
J R HIME ELECTRIC
CO.
::7.; s. ii (I'NTI.'V lf< i \
I'll...... loll
I'AI.M l:l"..\i II. Kl.ou

BEGT WISHES POR *
HAPPY PASSOVER
GRIFFIN TIRE CO
3f \ v\. First Avc.i
C*S-0 L-ORE5S- RES
TIRE REPA'RS
M AVI
GREETINGS
J. FRANK VANN
"Fieetwood" Refrigerators
and 'Tyler"* Market
Fixtures
Passover Greetings
RAY MILLER
TAX ASSESSOR
mi \mi p.i;\ci
M.am.-i Mcit Bf.v
series's Far
t Bee't or
Henry H. Fil
County i mmiss Disl I N.
-. ha- for many years
member of the Dade C
School B ard. and active in
civic and communal Mr.
Filer has among :'
his platform that he will work for
a County hospital, the preserving
for the pei pie of Hade County
permanent ess to the Beach
from Baker's Haul \ge to
GREETINGS
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
1782 N W. .lot':! Street
Imported and Daretic l> PASSOVER GREETINGS
Manage mer*l
AUTO COLLISION
WORKS. INC
129 '.'} N E 14th St Ph 2-153<
CHAS. AINKELS'AV Vgr.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Clark Dredging Co.
343 S W. N. River Drive
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Passover Greetings
MRS ADDLE J. NATT'S
BAKERY
55 N. W. 36th STREET
Phone 3-3082
Tl'RF EXCHANGE BAR
"' a Sp-t Mttt -ME BEST BEERS T
AMNMSUSER-BLSCH vchelOB
278 East Flagler St. (Opp. Cor, Elk's i lulu Phone 2 -
BEST WISHES TO Ol'R
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVKR
Bill Fometf g
Prescription
Pharmacy
168 S, E. F St
PHONE 2-7691
GREETINGS
MAULE INDUSTRIES
BUILDERS SUPPLIES
1136 N W. 21st AVE PHONE 4-2574
OJUS. FLORIDA -PHONE 2-4806
1760 PURDY AVE -MIAMI BEACHPHONE 5-466.

A' A IN WE EXTEND THE SEASON'S tlREETINl
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
100 East Flagler Street
BEST WISHES
:-- >R
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
AND
SEASON'S GREETINGS
BEST W'S-ES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO
K' S w. FIFTH AVE.
P-OSE 2-4071
GREETINGS
REILLYTILECO
"Artists in Tile Setting"
2208 N. W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 2-3928
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER
LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEM
246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 2-2655 Nite Phone 2-6454
MIAMI. FLORIDA
$
PURE OIL COMPANY
PRODUCTS
Passover Greetings
\Barker-Todd Boats:
24* 3 \v N. Rii r Driv.
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
Adding Machine! and T>pe-
irriters Sold. Rented. Repaired.
Exchanged. A$lt about our
Rental Purchase Contract.
PHONE 20115
123 N. E. Fir.t Street
Pure-Pep
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
Hirsch-Fauth Furniture Co., Inc.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Importers
EXTIIT1 : ;^
PHONE 3-4C63 M|AM,
SOI.VEMZEI)

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MIAMI TRADING and
RESTAURANT SUPPLY Cl
1166 N. MIAMI A
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SHENANDOAH
CANDIES
514 S. :2^d AVENUE
SHAW BROS.
OIL CO., Inc.
56 S. W. First St
PHONE 2-1741
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DRINK
N H I
PAR I-PAK
ROYAL CROWN COLA
NEHI BOTTLING CO.
540 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287
PASSOVER GREETINGS
L. & H. MILLER CO.
3S YEARS IN ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION
No Building Too Large or Too Small
"BUILDERS OF ANYTHING"
1632 PENN AVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4816


FRIDAY, APRIL l!. mo
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I' \(.K TWENTY.FIVE
WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
Amstedam (WNS) Fears were
expressed in Jewish circles in Bel.
Kium and Holland thai the Nazi
war machine would invade the
low countries in a new ''blita
kfiejc" similar to thai which
marked the occupation of Den.
mark.
These fears were heightened by
broadcast fr in Copenhagen in
which the Nazis announced a
,-a glorious era" and said that
the 1 lanes had been liberated from
"Jewish domination." It was
learned here that many prominent
Jewish citizens in (' penhagen
wen' arrested immeditely after
Nazi occupation.
One report here which could not
1,1 confirmed said that the Chief
Rabbi of Copenhagen approached
King Christian of Denmark and
pleaded for their release. King
i hristian listened sympathetical-
ly, n was said, and intervened in
their belli
It v. i- eat tied also i liat Jew s in
.: I, have been making des-
i, ute at tempts to escape into
At presen. writing there
i a) pi nximatelj 7,200 Jews in
l> iiinark. 1.200 of them refugees
u Germany.
Igh at the time of this dis
tlie Nais arc not yet in
i iimpli ti conti I of Norway, an
of what is ii store for
.lew> there was seen i:i a (ierman
a-1 from i 'openhagi n in
Ji ws w ei e at I a, ked and
dent Hambra of the Norwe-
' I'm ...inn III. wh.i has opposed
to the invacl ng
. w as ralli d a Jew. The \ izi
s are arresting re I
nil Gel many as s on as they oc-
new .ei i lory,
normal Jewish popul
Ulll and Holland has been
; i) approximately 5,......
Jewish refugees from German]
. d other Nazi-held territories.
i than 20.000 Jew-
ish refugees in the Netherlands
iiximately 2~>,00() in Bel-
li emigi an in.
S nndii ai i:i
trap several hund
I ill i who
eavi foi Amsterdam
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COMMISSIONER
COUNTY
D' trict No 2
DADE COUNTY
ICO', For Townsend Plan
A Native Flordian
20 Years in Dade County
17 Years in District 2
Subject to Democratic
Primary. \lav 1940
11' ml Political Adv. i
TO "MAKESHIFT" WATER HEATING METHODS*
Tlr Stop fussing with a "part
time" Hot Water Supply ... at
"lukewarm*- or "dangerously
ho'i" temperatures. Dishes, laun-
dry, baths, shavesa hundred
and one other things about the
home require uniformly heated
(140 ) water always on tap. 24
hours of every day!
Change ^...CONSTANT, DEPENDABLE
Automatic GAS Water Heating
.MORE ECONOMICAL THAN EVER ON OUR
NEW REDUCED GAS RATE
Know the satisfaction of having plenty of Hot Waterat
controlled temperatures which cannot develop steam, cannot
damage plumbing and result in costly repairs. INSTALL AX
AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATER in your Home or Apart-
ment now! How surprised you'll be at its low cost! Lowered
Gas Hates for Automatic Water Heating make this dependable
method your cheapest source of continuous Hot Water.
New *"lomatic
Gj. U jters
are far r. e elfi-
ci?nt c iess to
optra. e.
Select either
model ."it'
Top'' for your kit-
chen .. cr fc' c con-
ventional s., e.

BEGIN TO ENJOY THIS SUPERIOR SERl'iCE NOW!
BUDGET IT IN SMALL PAYMENTS WITH YOUR GAS BILLS.
O Waiting is costly why not come in, get the complete, startling
faces and purchase this lasting, trouble-free service today!
PEOPLES
OMPA\Y
MIAMI BEACH
FT. LAUDERDALE
HOLLYWOOD

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PAGE TWENTY-SIX
WORLD WIDE
FRIDAY, APRIL 19. hid
NE
Washington 1WNS) Represen-
tative Martin Dies, chairman of
the House Committee Investigat.
injt un-American Activities, drew
the ire this week of Congressman
Samuel Dickstein and Vito Mar-
cantonio, lmth of New York, who
suggested that the Dies Commit
tee devote more attention to oth-
er phases of un-American activ-
ities
Speaking on the floor of the
House. Rep. Dickstein declared
that Nazis in this country con-
stituted a far more serious men-
ace, than Hies was inclined to
think and demanded that a thor-
ough nvestigaton of American
Nazis and anti-Semites be made
immediately.
Rep. Marcantonio demanded
that the Hies Committee conduct
an investigation of the Ku Klux
Klan "if it is really interested in
un-American activities."
Rep. Dies denied that the House
Committee has refused to inves-
tigate the K. K. K. but did not
say whether any investigation
would be made.
Rep. Marcantonio charged that
there has been a revival Of K. K.
K. activities in Baltimore and cit
ed in support of his charge the
fact that six fiery crosses were
Been recently in Baltimore. He said
als i that many persons had re-
ceived threatening letters from
the K. K. K
Jerusalem WNS-Palcor Agency)
Somewhere in Palestine a whole
city has just been brought into
being. All details as to its where-
abouts, its purpose, its potential
inhabitants whether it is to be a
civil or a military center have
been withheld by the official
censor, who has however permit-
ted the revelation that the com-
plete task of building the new
city was accomplished in the space
Of ten Weeks.
A great gathering of Jewish and
British and Arab inhabitants as-
sembled at an unidentified spot in
Palestine to celebrate the comple
tion and inauguration of this
nameless city unidentified by any
specific appellation to the outside
w orld.
On this occasion it was an
nounced that Solel Boneh, the
Contracting Bureau of the Hist-
adruth Jewish Federation of La
bor) has recently carried out va-
rious public works involving an
expenditure of 400,000 p unds
sterling and employing foui thou-
sand workers.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
M I A M 1
CONSERVATORY j
1739 N. Bayshore Drive
MIAMI WOMEN'S CLUB
PHONE 2-5835
MIAMI
PASSOVER GREETINGS
M A R I N E L L O
BEAUTY SHOP
147 N. E. 1st STREET
Phone 3-1954 MIA'.'
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PASSOVER i : GREETINGS
GREEN CANDLE
TEA ROOM
52 Silver 3luff Avenue
CORAL GABLES |i
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PATRICK McCARL
1425 North View Drive
SUNSET ISLE NO 1 MIAMI BEACK


A HAPPY PASSOVER
LAFAYETTE HOTEL
IRVING SOLITER
944 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SEYBOLD BAKING CO.
CLAUS DANIELSON
315 N. W 20th STREET PHONE 2-511"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
EPICURE MARKET, INC. j
1656 Alton Road ,
Phone 5.6783
Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
OVERSEAS
TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY, INC.
21 S. W. N. RIVER DRIVE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Kantro Nursery
3155 S. W. 23rd Street
PHONE 44804
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
HARRY S KEY SHOP j
Safe. Gun and Lock Experts
Now At
3525 N. W. 17th Avenue
All.tpatt.ih. Florida
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SURFSIDE BARBECUE
7305 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HUB DRY GOODS
MORRIS RUBIN
129 N. Miami Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JACK LEVIN S ONE STOP}
SERVICE
TENNESSEE and CAROLINA
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA I
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TA-MIAMI MOTOR
REPAIRING CO.
JOSEPH MERO
1277 S. W. 8th Stieet
[ REV. J. MALEK~~j
Experienced
MODEL
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
Phone 2-9335
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Compliments of
MIAMI BEAC H
FIRST NATIONAL B A N K
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROAD8
MIAMI BEACH

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BlGotR- Bi,.'ihA
PHONE 2 0828
' 308 N. W. 16th Ave. | PASSOVER
sol TIIK A ST FLORIDA'S
ONLY CANDIDATE
FLORIDA'S NEXT
OUR NEIGHBOR
B. F. PATY
offers a -ane a".(l
ii :.-l rUCtivc plan
HE SAYS:
No Additional Taxes
Definite Pension Funds
Subsistence Homesteads
Lower Freight Rate*
State Civil Service
Nine Months of School
Public Utilities Regulation
A Reforestation Program
State Advertising Bureau
An Adequate Road Program
Everglades National Park
A Fair Deal for Labor
N*w Industries
More Payroll*
Fish and Game Conservation
Everglades Fire Control
GOVERNOR
VOTE FOR and SUPPORT
B. F. PATY
( Paid Political Advertisement
PASSOVER GREETINGS
H. M. SMOKER'S GARAGE
127 N. E. 7th STREET
MIAMI
. LOANS
. S A V I N G S
.SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Loans Made From
$50 to $5,000
REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES
Members of Federal Depos.t Insurance Corporation
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
THE BANK l-'ni; TIIK INDIVIDl'AL
46 WEST FLAGLER STREET
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W0RTH A DLVfE
A HAPPY PASSOVER
OPEN ALL SUMMER
Mutnentic
CHINESE
SUPPER
00* %%St 85c
ffMfTlfltM rftW* l-ftlt oade Boulevard at West Avenue
Cocktail* from ............25c
CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Wishes to All Our Jewish Friends and Customer*
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD SILVER SEAL CAKES
259 N. W. FOURTH STREET. MIAMI, FLORIDA


FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAK
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"ALMUD TQBAH
treal (WNS) A Talmud
building which had become
cadquartei of an an
Fascist group wlu-i
Joseph population of
district of Monl real
to rent the
was this

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ami :i
distributing point fur anti-Semitic
literature.
A few weeks ago the members
of ilu- Talmud Torah committee
wi re visited by the A. /. A. boys
who ;isk.'.l and obtained perm is
sion tu use the building as theii
headquarters. Within week, the
anti Semite were gone together
with their swastika banners, while
the Mi.oin David and the Mi
took thru- place. In ;i short time,
the I. ys succeeded in raising
funds tn dean up, re-furnish and
maintain the building, which has
in .\ been i e dedicated as the Bi h
SI ili in Tallinn I
1733 N. W. 7th Ave.. Phone 2 2411
HAPPY PASSOVER
BERRY-COLEMAN
I PRODUCE CO. i
Wholesale Commission Merchants |
Distributor! and Jobbers
11733 N. w. 7th Ave., Phone 2 2411 I
Mil I.I. NOW
CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S
HOSPITAL
PASSOVER GREETINGS
B I S C A Y N E
LIQUOR STORE
8121 Bisc.ivne Boulevard
PHONE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
THE BLUE BIRD1
I
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
ROSE HOWL
"Miami's Most Delightful
Dining Place"
FINE FOODS AND WINES
512 N. E. 15th St. Phone 3 2045
3632 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4.9227


sSOVER GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
BAGGAGE, TAXI and
TRAVEL SERVICE
2no Coral Way
CORAL GABLES
PAS::OVER GREETINGS
Xfor\ *
j Fine Custom
TAILORING\
u n '
^ HOW OFlN
111 Hit IG'H $
IpAlmin* genuin. ,
Enr.liiS dacik'i /"
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I
'I I
1 KLEFEKER
P R 0 D U C E Inc.
(BRADY RE NATION |
I SERVICE I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A R T I BEAUTY STIC SALON
ngton Avenue PHONE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PHILIP M. LEVI
PLUMBING
I STREET
1 STREET
I
PASSOVER GR E E*T I N G S
FINEST AND LARGEST
SEAFOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD
M A N N I N G S
829 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BEACH LIGHTING
FIXTURE CO
Dad* Blvd Miami Beach
PHONE 5-6191

PASSOVER GREETINGS
BELL WINDOW
CLEANERS
Floor Waxing and Cleaning
Room 8150 N. E. 3rd St.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Armature & Generator
Exchange
HENRY D. McGUIRT
340 N. W. 1st Court
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A L I) R I T T
Electric Motor Co.
237 N. W. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI FLORIDA
I HEARTILY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY OF
I) A N (' H A P P E L L
FOR
STATE SENATOR
MAX M. SINGER
Headquarters at 741 -- 5th Street, Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
We regret being unable to furnish our many Jewish
customers with "DR. PEPPER' Kosher for Passover due
lo delay in receiving shipment of Kosher Syrup.
BOTTLING COMPANY
BEST WISHES FOR A HAFPY PASSOVER
To All Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons

- MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Steel Window
Service, Inc.
i. F CHAPLIN. President
149 N. E 40th Street
i !
DIXIE TIRE CO.
I 101 S. W. First Street
{ Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue
Miami |
Miami Beach I
I
HENRY H, FILER
PASSOVER GREETINGS
"O OUR MANY FRIENDS
*
L U B V
CHEVROLET CO.
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
MILTON WEISS
And Kaniily
MIAMI BEACH
Candidate
C O U N T Y
COMMISSIONER
District No. 2
Knows All The
Needs of His
District
Subject to Democratic
Primary, May, 1940
Will Appreciate Your
Support
ll'.itel Political VIn I
Your Friendly Dealer"
VEST FLAGLER AT 11th AVE.
PHONE 24117
M ami's Largest Locally Owned
CHEVROLET DEALER
Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
EL COMODORO HOTEL
33 S. W. 2nd AVENUE
S A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP
AND GOOD WILL TO ALL .
"O MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
Robert A. Taylor
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A S Q V A R E I) E A L
r OR
D A I) E C 0 U N T Y
MORRIS IT ELY II
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
Democratic Primary
(Paid I'nlli ill \.i\ i
PASSOVER GREETILG'J TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FARREY HARDWARE CO., Inc.
1692 alton road 717 washington avenue
mia::i beach
t
QIJALlTY^P^I^SislNCE 1870
55 N0RTHVV2ST 1t STREET
AG A I N
IT is A PLEASURE TO
EXTEND THE HAND
OF FELLOWSHIP ANT)
GOOD WILL TO ALL
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
JUDGE RALPH C. POLE
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910
PASSOVER GREETINGS
p ALLOT TIRE CO.
2246 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE 3-1266
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Michael Sarli
308 E FLAGLER ST.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LUDWIG BROS.
1804 BIARRITZ ORIVE
MIAMI BEACH
II SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER NIVERSIT Y 0 F M I A M I
CORAL GABLES
FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS '
Hanson Roofing
Company
2236 N. W. Mi.imi Court
MIAMI
i PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
Effie Louise
Dress Shop
Lincoln R id
MIAMI BEACH
K 0 P E L S
Formerly Clein"s
860 S. W. FOURTH ST.
ROOM AND BOARD
Op en for P.issover Holidays
PHONE 20879
fgj g-T ten fr *n nay-
.. i! Jews, slnvimr in Kjcypl build I i Pit honi and Ramsrs. From a 17th (Ynt fry 11 at'..
PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS |
HAMMOND
LOBSTER CO.
I !
I
J FOYE COTHRIN ,
REALTOR
1069 S W. 8th STREET
| 25 S. W. S. R'ver Dr iv MIAMI
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs.
Harold S ilvey
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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C 0 N C R E T E
PLACING CO.
2226 N. W. Miami Court
PHONE 3 4020
Miami
FLORIDA
MUNICIPAL
BONDS
Robert H. Cook
Inc.
B18 (In Pi hi Building
PHONE 2-8473
1 PASSOVER GREETINGS
Id T
B I S C A Y N E
Engineering Co.
CIVIL ENGINEERS
47 N. W. FIRST STREET
lOpposrt'.' Courthoi Bi
PHONE 3.3666
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
V V R I T A N
D A 1 R V
160 N. E. 30th STREET
PHONE 3 6333
| A HAPPY PASSOVER
South Atlantic
j Mortgage Co.
I Sh reland A e id I
| PHONE 3-4653 ,

| PASSOVER GREETINGS
J. M. FORREST \
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A FRIEND
i S E. T.
I
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Chelsea Hotel
J. E ZEVIN, Meir.
944 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
1 1 51 N orth M Mi.imi A M Aveniie 1 1

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PASSOVER GREETINGS
Harry Diamond
PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
NEW YORK
MEAT MARKET
619 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
The Citv of Miami Beach
LETTER
SERVICE
Mulhtjr ipiuni;
Addrovinf
Aiiioprti"
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( OXTRIIH'TloN TO Till-'. (iltt IWTII OF
I'llls OMMFNITY THAT HAS UKKN I lid
VIDKD RY ITS .IKWISH CITIZENS AND
RESIDENTS. TAKES I'U'Asll.K |\
KXTEXDINU TO ALL JEWRY
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy Passover
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
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TALLAHASSEE
PASSOVER GREETINGS

C. L. HOLTON
COAL CO.
W. MADISON STREET
LLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Sherrill Oil Co.
T. R. WILLIAMS
R. R. AVE .ind MADISON
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
R. M. McBRIDE
Electrical
Contractor
i PARK AVE.
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
I onilan i W'N'Si Though ix-
|irt's sing fear that t In- relief ship
in, ni would bo seized by the N i'.i-
| ;iikI used in i > rmany, the B
Gov< i m. i.i agreed to pel mil
age through its bloel ade ol (iei
manj ol S 2.">0....... u i\h ol c ol h
inn and medi .il supi lii pur
ehased w ii h Amei ican
the relief of Polish civilians
'I'll i shipmi M ll 1(1 licrn hel I up
by i In l$i ii ish. who |
fu l i pel mi I of the
shinim iniul
:i had In .
:
ini.l 1
h : \
i: .I i ross.
It here that the
...
I'nited SI \ i,
I'. Kei nedj had \ isited 111 or
()
Se\ era! wei th< H I -Ii ;il
low i"l a first n I. also
valued :ii S'J I),....... to go thi
il:.' blockade :.. Poland, cli
theii feai t hal i hi would
fall i':t" Nazi Inn d
Ii was said here thai the Ameri.
can relief w uld '-'. to those parts
of Poland nol aetually '
Germans and nol. foi exam-
ple, i i I'M-. The supplier will
i he '.' mai lied ("i
oul i disl ribute th<
... ..... i... ,| i)}
ili.- Nazis.
Wa} I al eld 'I j oi, Amer-
ican i elief iv|.i esei tal Ive in I' 1-
and who came here to enlisl sup-
port in the drive i.' n lea
shipment, .1. sci ibe I con litions in
Poland :i- 'deplorable."
Bucharest UN's Rumanian
Jewry was dealt a severe blow
this week with the publication of
the Supreme Court decision up-
holding .'Ii.' itizenship Revision
I aw of 11138, which has deprived
approximately 250,000 Jews in Ru
i ni' their citizenship rights.
The Supreme C urt decision was
'. n in the case oi a for-
mei -I. w i h citizen who bad been
denationalized. The decision held
thai n.-i.li i the i itizenship Re\ i -
ion Law or subsequent legislation
| ||
guara equality of right
fas ..;' param unt
a to Rumanian Jew ry
! a'. dena i niulized Jews were
aliens and subji i i
Th' se Jews ere
right in practue theii
I in mans ... t< 1.
1 '' I aw
I during tin olently
(ioga administration
an.I was later c nfirmed by I:
I In' law has been :.
n ..Ii.m ui' '
appeal ;i>
made in the l.ea lie of \'at i
'. a.
v it of ill in- wa> au-
thorized by the Ix'ague Council
to report the question- but no
ha I. .11 taken i.> date. It
contention of the Rumanian
Govi ei i hat Jew s were not
'I by the I'.M'.1 minorities
New York t\VNS) A five-day
cure I'm syphilis in its early
stages, successful in 85 per cent
of the cases in which it lias been
tried and hailed as the greatest
advance in ti..- treatment of tb>'
disease since tin- discovery of sal-
vei an (00li) by Dr. I aul Ehrlich
in years ago, was announced at
Ah Sinai lios|ii;al before a gath.
erinjj n 2110 prominent doct I -
ami health officials.
I new ire as .l.-s elope i b}
I) Harold Thomas 11} man. Louis
< hargiri and William Leifer,
physicians al .Mi. Sinai hospital.
Tin treatment, which was de-
scribed as painless and inexpens-
ive, is based mi seven years of re
during u hi. h -\~'< patients
were treated}-.
TAMPA
TAMPA
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
V
SAFFOLD BROS.
Produce Co.
Washington .md E.ist
Phone 4628
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CRAY & DAINO
REALTORS
2410 Ponce at Leon Blvcl
Cor.il G.lbles. Florida
PHONE 4-5570
1 A HAPPY
PASSOVER
T A M P A
T H E A T R E
TAMPA
FLORIDA l r < SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Mike's Garage
15th ,ind 8th Ave
Phone V1192
TAMPA. FLORIDA
I
I SINCERE
| PASSOVER GREETINGS
I WORRELL SHEET METAL '
| & ROOFING WORKS
I 1608 Platl Phorv- H.1018 I
TAMPA. FLORIDA j
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
John L. Belcher
703 N. MONROE
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
(iresham
Stationery Co.
Office Supn'n'sEciu.pm.'nt
237.39 N. E. 1st Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phones 2.0534
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Eddie T. Harper
CIVIC BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
| PASSOVER GREETINGS I
Dean W. Campbell
| | SERVICE STATION
J Logan Roofing & Howird nnd Centril ,
l -Metal Works ( I
( T.imp.i & Whit.no. Ph. M6725 *
TAMPA. FLORIDA
TAMPA, FLORIDA
I I SINCERE j
| PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
I) AVIS
I SINCCPE
j PASSOVER GREETINGS ^^^ >]arket j
I Tony's (arag"e Co. ( >C9 w. c.iss pone H45.932 j
| ----- TAMPA Fl ARIRA
803 Rohles Avr
rjGVSJ BROS RyJ1
J* /* the BEST'
Phone 2525 j | -. rL_ur,,L,..
TAMPA. FLORIDA ~ "~ ~ ~''~-~-~ .....
GOING^OURWAY?
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
OVER GREETINGS
Ii E N N ETT'S
COLLEGE INN
P II A R M A ( V
109 E. COLLEGE AVE.
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
f^(^ f* fl* The Modern
-A /jZm"M Diesel-electric
SINCERE I
I PASSOVER GREETINGS |
i i
I I Bert's Auto Parts |
"SHORTY" LONG i i v Wftml YarH
i g a r a c t oot> ard
| Spruce .nnd Garcia 6706 Nebrnsk.l Avenue
(Phone H32-032 I Phone S5094
TAMPA. FLORID! | | TAMPA. FLORIDA
NEW, FASTER SERVICE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
SHIELDS
ELECTRIC CO.
207 SOUTH MONROE
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL
3 HOURS FASTER TO NEW YORK
THAN PAST WINTER
-Air-conditioned, reclining-seat coaches, Pnllm.....;ars, lounge car,
modern. Diesel-electric locomotivei. New, smooth-riding comfort, v.
jolt*, no jerk*, no squeaks, no ralllei. Leaves Miami >lail 10:30 \.M.
SILVER METEORDeLuxe coach streamliner. Diesel-electric pow-
ered Comfortable, reclining leal r.....rved for everj paaaenger. Steward-
einn-. Dining car, Uvern car. lonnge-ohservi.....n car. Radio enter-
lainment. Leavej Miami daily 10:00 A.M. Wew, improved tchedule
s.....hboond Iv. Now York 2:30 I'.M.. Washington 6:50 I'.M.
M.W YORK-FLORIDA LIMITED-Roclliiing^eai coachea, Pullman
cart, lounge ear. Lv. Miami daily 9:00 I'.M.
Consult T. W. Lockett, A.G.P.A., Seaboard Railway,
173 East Flagler Street, Miami, Flu. Phone 3-8392.
4ffaAfaci&Hi<
NILE POSTS OF PROGRESS
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Fred P. Cone
for United States Senate
Hear Florida's next U. S. Senator speak
Saturday, 8 P. M. Little River Park
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THE JXWIAS FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940
.
TO OLR FRIENDS. PATRCNS AND ACQUAIN1 I
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I
Blue Bowl Cake and Pastry Shop '
1421 S. W l^th Avemu-
Phone 2-1819
AS USUAL
M A X S I) E L HAT E S S E N
1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Will supply your every Passover want! Manischewitz
Ho'owitz-Margareten, London and Streit's Matzos,
Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes.
Nuts of all Kinds. Spices, Vinegar, Etc.
KOSHER PASSOVKR WINK
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
424 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
To All Our Jewish Friends and Customers We Extend
SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER
JOHN J. FRITZ AND ASSOCIATES
OF THE
MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO.
I 2^-i' N. W. 27th AVENUE
PHONE 38611
JIIKKTIXOS ON |>A.SKOVEIt
m i dl O k A !.
(Ji'HL

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PHONE 5-7 7 77
. X
A Jewish Funeral Home In Miami Beach
Oi' experience of 50 years of Service to Orthodox, Conse'vstive arid
Reform Je.vry is your assurance of $*nct compln- e
th e.e-y Je .v sh 1 ,1
CHARLES ROSENTHA.
EDWARD ROSENTHA.
MORTON ROSENTHA'.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Maker's Kosher
Market
i
436 Col'ins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
AMERICAN FINANCE
CORPORATION
A. C. COURIC
807 N. E. 2nd Av .
PHONE 3 3326
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD I
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5839
PASSOVER GREETINGS
R. C FLEEI.IAN
SECURITY BLDG
DHON
.1 I
PASSOVER GREETINGS j
JbAYSHOP.E CIGAR STORE J
I 1339 N. B Drive .
PHON -
PASSOVER GREETINGS
D E N M A N
CONSTRUCTION CO.
3632 N. E. 2nd Avenue
I I
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pa- as 1
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GREETINGS
EDNAS BEAUTY SHOP
-
11 Mattress Co. ------------------------'
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PHON
LAKELAND
I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GENTRY FUNERAL
HOME. INC
241 Kentucky Avc, Ph. .
LAKELAND. FLORIDA
PA' MGS
BUSINESS EUI*''?,!E'>TT
COMPANY
J. H. CRA1 S. vici
Phone 2
STATE FARM MUTUAL
BURANCE CREDIT CO.
J S TODD CRAWFORD
I
Building.
AMI, FLORIDA
TAMPA
COMPLIMENTS OF
SI
TAMPA DRUG
COMPANY
Home of Allen's Drug
Products and Health
Needs
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THL
WILLIAM J BURNS
INTERNATIONAL
DETECTIVE AGENCY,
Inc.
TELEPHONE 2.6774
W. S GORDON. M.Tn.icier
1542-3 du Po.it Building
169 E.ist Fl.iglcr Street
THE MARY M BLACK
SCHOOL
I \DS TO YuU AND YOURS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
This School will lie open .ill sum
mer for boys .mcl mils, i to 12
yea t, with supervised pl.iy. pic-
nlcs. .ind d.nly bench trips.
666 S W 4th STREET
PHONE 2-5587
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Fcr
Civil Court of Record
OF DADE COUNTY
j
Koolmotor
('. A SO L K N E
n\u\ OILS
Acme Tires
Cities Service Products
ORANGE STATE
OIL CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
HRpr
llllbL
IN 10 DRY
and TRUE
TRIED
Keep Judge Hendrv in the o'
fice where he is serving th
people faithfully, competently
and conscientiously.
Remember when you Vote
May 7 to Cast Your Ballot
for Judge Norman Hendry.
who has proven himself
worthy the position he
now holds.
' 1(1 I'hI |t.. p.'.
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO
A. J. TOBIN
Greetings to Our Many friend* From
FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY &
SERVICE STORES
12(M) West Flagler St., Miami
,,ilh ="i(l Alton Road, Miami Beach
PAS80VER GREETINGS
SEMINOLE BAR
OKEECHOBEE ROAD
HIALEAH
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1'Jio
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I- \(.K TIIIIM "i -ONE
WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
Sew York (WNS) Frank I..
Weil, prominent New York attor-
ney .Hid leader in youth work, lias
I,,.,'.,, elected president of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board, parent organ-
ixation for m ire than 300 Y. M
II a.'s and Jewish Community
Centers throughout the United
Slates, to succeed Judge Irving
Ix-hman. who lias retired from the
,lM ,,. after heading the organiza
,,,, for 20 years.
I h, National Council of the
Board held its 23rd annual meet-
ing Bt the II tel New Yorker last
,,.",. during which it took up the
problems of community organiza-
tion, vocational guidance for Jew
;h youth, service to refugees, and
nutlined the 1940 program of the
arganizati n.
Judge Lehman, who relinquished
l,i 0fflcc as active head because
of the pressure of other duties,
will continue t" serve as honorary
president. In his opening address
,,, tne nnference, he expressed
confidence the Jewish Welfare
Board would large Its functi ms to
meet the present critical needs of
Jewish youth and the challenge of
events abroad to American institu-
tions.
"The Jews of America have new
,., railed to view with level heads
the situation here and abroad from
the same standpoint as other
American i-itizens and with tli<-
same firm resolve t i consider on-
ly the welfare of America," Judge
Lehman said.
''Though every Jews here feels
in all the fibres of his bod} and
in the depths of his soul the mis-
ery and injustice meted out to
the Jews in Germany and the coun-
tries which are subject i<> Germ
any's power and influence, yet all
Jews here arc united in the in-
tense will to preserve peace in
their own country and to strength-
en dem era tic ideals This is in
accord with Jewish traditions and
ideals, and the Jewish Centers in
every part of the country have
been a potent fon e in maintain
ing those ideals."
In his speech of acceptance Mr.
Weil announced the intensification
of the four-fold program of the
Jewish Welfare Hoard as: Service
tn youth, through providing them
with recreational and educational
facilities; service to adults by
furnishing them with opportunity
for self-development through adult
education and profitable use of
their leisure time; service to re-
fugees by assisting them in their
adjustment. through providing
them with social and educational
opportunities, through training
for citizenship, and by furnishing
them with a sympathetic medium
Tor absorbing our language, cus-
toms and manner of living and.
lastly, service to the community,
through providing a forum for
the exposition of community pi b-
lems. and a meeting place for
community activities,
"'The Jew ish Welfare Boai d
conducts these activities through
its 314 ("enters in 210 cities In ->l
states." Mr. Weil stated. "It sets
its program against a background
of religious faith and adhei ei i
tn Jewish traditions and culture,
and maintains it in the spirit of
intense loyalty to American tradi
linns and institutions."
Mi. Weil i- u member at large
nt* the Natioal Council ol Boy
Scouts of America, a trustee of
the Federation for i he S ippoi t of
Jew ish Philanthropic S i iet i a of
the City of New York, trustee and
chairman of the Religious School
Committee of Temple Kmanu.EI
and a director of the Jewish Edu
cation Committee of New York.
j PASSOVER GREETINGS
I FIFTH AVENUE
I SUNDRY STORE
(43 N. W. 5th Avi
PHONE 29852
PASSOVER CREETINGS
Rodney Miller
N. W 12th AVENUE
PHONE 76805
A HAPPV PASSOVER
Modern Cleaners
712 N. E. Ind Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS
| SOUTHERN LIFE &
| HEALTH INS. CO.
I
I
Postal Building
T S COOK
1 PASSOVER GREETINGS
Utlas MACHINE:
& W E L DING CO.!
316 S. W N. River- D'uc
PHONE 28323
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WHITE BE L T
I) A I R Y
6065 N. E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE MM4
PASSOVER GREETINGS
M. LIPOWSKY
And Family
221 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GEE & V E E
SODA SHOP
31 N. E. 36th Street
PHONE 25381
T BECKS GARAGE
I I
I j 1132 15th St.
Phone 5 1422
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes for a Kosher
Pesach, from
HOTEL ASTOR
Dietary Laws Strictly
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M 0 1) E R N
P A I N T I N G
(' () M P A N Y
FRED J. WALKER
2214 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2 8023
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI
WHOLESALE
GROCERY
COMPANY
122 N E. Hth STREET
PHONE 2-4101
MIAMI
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
IDR VINCENT A SPOTO
DENTIST
12 S. E. 1st Avenue
PHONE 23930
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TENNESSEE
POULTRY CO.
1340 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 2-9617
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I CLUB LATINO
I
38 N W 5th Street
MIAMI
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
Special Delivery
Incorporated
168 N. E. 24th STREET
PHONE 33385
R E E L E C T
JAMES HMD
CONSTABLE
Fifth District
Miami Heath
23 Years Honest Law
Enforcement
I'resent Incumbent
Since 1928
|>,.,.|i|\ (Sriitfflll for oViir
Wite iiiul Support
A PURE
SWEET COLA
DRINK WITH
MILLIONS
OFfRiENtt
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Be CharmingBe Brierfit
Drink MILK. Feel Right
IS SANCTIONED FOR
USE BY THE UNION
OF ORTHODOX JEW-
ISH CONGREGA-
TIONS OF AMERICA.
BOTTLED LOCALLY
UNDER RABDINICAL
SUPERVISION
SUPPLY IS LIMITED
Order fro.-n Your Dealer
Bv Case or C.irton
NOW!

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THE JEWISH FLOE ID IAN
FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 19,
WORLD-WIDE
JEWISH NEWS
London (WNS-Palcor Agency!
That the abrogation of thi- re-
cent Palestine land restricts i is
well as of the whole White Paper
policy of last May is a necessary
prelude for th>- resumption of
work leading to the advancement
of both the Arabs and the Jews
of Palestine is the tenor of a let
ter published in tin- London Times
over the signatures of Lord Cecil,
president of the League of Na-
tions Union; I-ord Lytton, former
Civil Ird of the Admiralty and
Viceroy of India: Lord Snell, I-i-
bor opposition leader in the House
of Lords, and Lord Meston, Liber-
al Leader in the House of Lords.
The four British Lords make
particular protest against the fact
that the Government announced
the restrictions of land sales to
Jews without awaiting the ap-
proval of the League of Nations
for any such action, despite the
fact that 'he majority of the
Permanent Mandates Commission,
which considered the matter ex-
haustively last .linn-, declared that
the MacDonald White Paper did
not conform with the dictate-.- of
the Mandate ver Palestine grant.
the British Governrw i
the League of Nations.
"These new regulations discrim-
inate against the -lews on the
grounds of race and religion, a
form of discrimination which the
British conscience rejected a hun-
dred years ago," the letter de
clares "Such discrimination re-
intr iduced under British rule in
the Jewish National Home is at
the present time even more repug-
nant than it would have been un-
der other world conditions. The
restrictions are particularly heart-
ies, at this time, when the Jew.
ish people are suffering from per.
sedition accompanied by unex-
ampled cruelty and on an unpar-
alleled scale."
The letter points out that no
proof whatsoever had been pro
duced to substantiate the claim
that settlement by the lews in
Palestine has in any manner in-
juied the interests f the nun- '
lew ish population there On the
contrary, it states, there is abund-
ant proof that every section of
Palestine has benefited from the
preset and progressive works
Of the .lews there.
The prot< M refers to the recom-
mendation made by the Royi.l
Commission of 1937 that a Jewish
Slate lie estab ishi i in I ales,
tine, of which the writers approve
in essence. 'But the Government"
. aver, "has adopted a p licy
designed to ruin the founda
for any such plan and to ,-
bei the ground for any con truct-
ive scheme."
Tin- letter concludes with a
g statement to the effect that
until the MacDonald White Paper
and its accompanying restrictions
have been abrogated it will be im-
p ssible to resume the work, "de
signed foi the good of both Pales-
tinian branches of the Semitic race irence, who xpressed : Dr. (
\, Bnd the .K-us." that I Weizmann his satisfaction
-.v.,- started by Lord Balfour, an- 'be aims of Zionism and its
: the P.a four Declaration mate effect on Arab welfare.
in which Great Britain promised --------
to establish a Jewish National
Home in Palestine; Sir Mark
Sykcs, ne of the drafters of the
Declaration, and the late Law-
LAKELAND
LAKELAND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
!
I Taylor Drug Co. |
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| 210 29th St.. Miami Bench j
PASSOVER GREETINGS
POLK DAIRIES
Inc.
PASTEURIZED DAIRY
PRODUCTS
Lakeland's Modern
Milk Plant
23 E. McDonald Ph. 31.521
LAKELAND. FLORIDA
Sincere Wishes for A
HAPPY PASSOVER
John Templin
Lumber Co.
919 E. Rose Ph. 28.H
LAKELAND. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DAVIS
IRON WORKS, Inc.
BOILERMAKERS and
CERTIFIED WELDERS
Ph. 2-6030 1980-88 N. Miami Ave.
Reconditioned Boilers for Sale and
Repairs Day or Night Anywhere
Smokestacks and Tanks
PASSOVER GREETINGS
J. GESCHEIDT, Inc.
227 13th St.. Miami Beacn
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI SOAP CO.
27th Street
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
II DIXIE ALLEYS
BE N F 0 R I) j | E
Stationery Co. lakeland
I l3 S. Kentucky A.' ~^-^^^^
Phone 33-541-------------mm u .
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Ph. 28 S -
A
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Odom & Robertson
Plumbing Co.
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
PHONE 2 6184
MIAMI
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Miami Sandwich
Company
- N. E. -st Avenue
MIAMI
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
JAMES HOTEL
302 South Miami Ae
MIAMI
PASSOVER GREETINGS
KINSMAN'S, Inc
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
ISLE OF NORMANDY
PHONE 6-1677
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V. J. Hoecherl
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PHC.
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Ives Certified
Dairy
Office Landlord Building
riant Ojus, Florida
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wishes for a
happy passover
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. Outstanding Wreckei t i I*"
Serv '
j burndale Rd 17 Ph. 33 033 !
i akci a v r\ c i r\a i r\ a.
T
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Plumber
LAKELAND. FLORIDA
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LAKELAND. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Vote For
MARSSA I. L C
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\A/1R E H E A :
Candidate For
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 2
II.n le and Inl :
Kepi tatii
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
South Kentucky A\ |
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I Service Station
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It's Possible
It's Pract I
E L E( T
WALTER FRASER
G 0 V E R N <) R
Not a lawyer, not a politician, bula
successful business man with a
sound business plan.
WALTER FRASER SAYS: I propose a S3 tag will-
out any new taxation and IT CAN BE DONE" ....
"There is too much regulation of business" .
"Let's tell the world about Florida."
VOTE EOK WALTEK EKASEK
AND ELECT YOURSELF!
(Paid Political Advertisement)
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| 001 S. Florui.i Av ph 2224 | | :'G N- Kentucky Ave. Ph
| LAKELAND. FLORIDA LAKELAND, FLORID
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
PAINT POT Whitlock Sign &
>AINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER Pa! lit Shop
115 W. Main Ph. 36.28, |
LAKELAND. FLORIDA


Rear Sullivan BldQ. Ph. 33 8-12
LAKELAND, FLORIDA
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 1910 SOCIETY ZIONIST t 01 M II MEETS R, ntl> represental % %  of the st Groups in Miami met to ilate plans foi a more efficooperative Zionist in Ai:: mi. resulting in the Greater Miami Zionist Coi m rhis council will iupervise the eaten i fen r.i organi BO that there will be no overlapping and that quotas will be carn to the mutual satisfaction i :' all gro \• la si meeting of the Zi. %  i ins were made to start :i campaign for the Jew N oi I Fund Besides the J. \. F. boxes and %  ... of old b >xes. the I 26th of %  L'N(; I'DAE.X \\ • I Oil : N I whether or not he is a member ol the local Voung Judaea organization, cooperate in making this campaign for ili>' Jewish National Fund a success. %  VISITING HERE Mrs i. B. i ohen of New i ork. a member "!' the Board of I lii ei I ors of the Free Synag gue <>i that city, is visiting in Miami for th< Pass iver Holidays with her daughter and son-in-law, Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. PASSOVER TEA TO BE P. M. at the Y Clubrooms. M %  Pearl Reisman, cha irman of arrangi ill be as: isted by %  ill act Hit 1 the afterm All 111 • FAM Ml '. .1 j. : %  GREETINGS GULF STREAM ICE CO. 2073 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-8327 N IN S. ARKEMA '. %  CORAL GABLES 1 • PASSOVER GREETINGS 1 Arri i i 0 i tital i h Iron Wi 1 ; 25 itreet i i PHO 1 "•••""'••••'' %  I PASSG\=~ GREETINGS j I Mc FARLAND AWNING 1 I RATION PI -.-.s I j Pi ATER FILTER CO. Inc 5 :;,,, A ve., Miami. Harvey Efimov, distinguished singing actor and hum o r ist of Jewish folk lore, who is touring the Southeast under the auspices of the Workmen's < irele, will be the featured artist of the evening His program "ill consisl k gongs, ballads, traditional, i estinian, modern, hu in rous and rogue songs, in vai mis languages and dialI ,v 1 btained from mem„'..,-, the door. The public is ally invited t Cohen, ticket chairman, or any member. Further details will be announced in later issues. i, \::vr. i i ov Musicologists claim that the |y for Had Gadya, i important Passover Bongs, was borrowed from a famous French folk s ii '%  w hii I' us d tu be sung in Provence. PASSOVER GREETINGS j IV;mk Wolkowsky j i 18 N. E 'st AVENUE I CON< I.I; I TO BE i.l\ EN 'I I i Woi Kni' Ii'.i2, v P. M. Roth H r %  %  GREETINGS BEN J. KINCAID Life Insurance & Annuities I'i7-ll 1st N %  I I ^t reel I PHO ,. G R I NGS FL( A [N3 REFRIGERATION CO. %  HILL.YORK REFRIGERATION I AIR CONDITIONING | "8'9 Gisc.iyne Boulev.ird PHONE 3-2693 : M BW: &, HE AT INC CONTRA< PASSOVER GREETINGS CUSHMAN BAKING CO. 1310 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-4161 MIAMI 1 GREETINGS I -Your Patronage Appreciated" LEWIS TIRE SHOP and WOOD YARD Service With A Smile I 169 N.W. 20th St.—Phone 27272 PASSOVER GREETINGS L. Murray Dixon ARCHITECT 1630 Euclid Avenue Phone 5-3363 Miami Beach SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER U! Dolphin Hotel 937 N. E. 1st AVENUE N • %  ( EC IL'S : ,< n ice SI ; >ns %  '• • A • I %  COURT HOUSE BILLIARDS PASSCA i :.! o r s L E v' s Service Station 302 COLLINS AVENLE PHONE r i-9407 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER tf M I A M I MILLWORK & L UM B E R COMPANY 533 N. W. 11th STREET PHONE 24747 PASSOVER GREETINGS ( eo. I .aVigrit E. L C I K 1 ^ i •It ihs Been Well M In lUygs Old "PGL"toHis Young Hopefuls! "My beys — new tlicrl you're each a candidate. do this: ."' use. acci'=e end hadrer end !rci!: Harass and haze and enqend-r rale! Declare yourseli holy, end holier than The incumbent or any other nanl Pound your cl.es! and < h your fist? Te:ry conditions that c 3 t exist! Spread suspicions of c. %  piracies brewin'j ture grim visions, an: ;-phesy ruin! Pnoint yours* be P< ?eepulV White Hope, j 0 9M with these '. obgcblins mirjht cops! t .'. I, malign, from my csn in the tower. and bee.*! ei rev press as a pev :rl You have r.o idsa hr\. many a vote We thus will wheedli* -ota m: ty a goat!!! T!. : .i Rh : Seems To Knew Something Aleut Lc:al Politics! He certainly does describe the usual method and fakeries of th repudiated machine politico and hie puppets in their torry efforts to besmirch and dislodge a faithful and efficient official. SUPPORTERS OF and BELIEVERS IN D. C. C0LEMAN Who know htm to be the best Sherlii Dade County ever had, and urge his RE-ELECTION iPaid Political Advertisement by a Jewish Friend)



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u FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE TWENTY-NINE w* TALLAHASSEE PASSOVER GREETINGS C. L. HOLTON COAL CO. W. MADISON STREET LLAHASSEE. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS Sherrill Oil Co. T. R. WILLIAMS R. R. AVE .ind MADISON TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS R. M. McBRIDE Electrical Contractor i PARK AVE. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS I onilan i W'N'Si Though ix|irt's sing fear that t Inrelief ship in, ni would bo seized by the N i'.i| ;IIKI used in i > %  rmany, the B Gov< i %  m. i.i agreed to pel mil age through its bloel ade ol (iei %  manj ol S 2.">0. u i\h ol c ol h inn and medi .il supi lii pur ehased w ii h Amei ican the relief of Polish civilians 'I'll i shipmi M ll 1(1 licrn hel I up by i In l$i ii ish. who | fu l i pel mi I of the shinim iniul :i had In %  • : %  ini.l 1 h : \ %  i: .I i ross. It here that the ... I'nited SI \ % %  • i, I'. Kei nedj had \ isited 111 %  or () Se\ era! wei th< H I -Ii ;il low i"l a first n I. also valued :ii S'J I), to go thi il:.' blockade :.. Poland, cli theii feai t hal i hi would fall i':t" Nazi Inn d Ii was said here thai the Ameri. can relief w uld '-'.• to those parts of Poland nol aetually Germans and nol. foi example, I i I'M-. • The supplier will i he '.' mai lied ("i oul i disl ribute th< ... ..... i... ,| i)} ili.Nazis. Wa} • %  I al eld 'I j oi, American i elief iv|.i esei tal Ive in I' 1and who came here to enlisl support in the drive i.' n lea shipment, .1. sci ibe I con litions in Poland :i'deplorable." Bucharest UN's Rumanian Jewry was dealt a severe blow this week with the publication of the Supreme Court decision upholding .'Ii.' itizenship Revision I aw of 11138, which has deprived approximately 250,000 Jews in Ru i ni' their citizenship rights. The Supreme C urt decision was '. n in the case oi a formei -I. w i h citizen who bad been denationalized. The decision held thai n.-i.li i the i itizenship Re\ i ion Law or subsequent legislation | %  || guara • equality of right fas ..;' param unt a .• • to Rumanian Jew ry a'. dena i niulized Jews were aliens and subji i i Th' se Jews ere right in practue theii I in mans ... t< 1. %  1 %  % %  I aw I during tin olently (ioga administration an.I was later c nfirmed by I: I In' law has been :. n ..Ii.m ui' appeal ;i> made in the l.ea lie of \'at i '. a. v IT of ill inwa> authorized by the Ix'ague Council to report the questionbut no ha I. .11 taken i.> date. It contention of the Rumanian Govi ei i hat Jew s were not • 'I by the I'.M'. 1 minorities New York t\VNS) A five-day cure I'm syphilis in its early stages, successful in 85 per cent of the cases in which it lias been tried and hailed as the greatest advance in ti..treatment of tb>' disease since tindiscovery of salvei an (00li) by Dr. I aul Ehrlich • in years ago, was announced at Ah Sinai lios|ii;al before a gath. erinjj n 2110 prominent doct I ami health officials. I • new • ire as .l.-s elope i b} I) Harold Thomas 11} man. Louis < hargiri and William Leifer, physicians al .Mi. Sinai hospital. Tin treatment, which was described as painless and inexpensive, is based mi seven years of re during u hi. h -\~'< patients were treated}-. TAMPA TAMPA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS V SAFFOLD BROS. Produce Co. Washington .md E.ist Phone 4628 PASSOVER GREETINGS CRAY & DAINO REALTORS 2410 Ponce at Leon Blvcl Cor.il G.lbles. Florida PHONE 4-5570 1 A HAPPY PASSOVER T A M P A T H E A T R E TAMPA FLORIDA L r < ] arket j I Tony's (arag"e Co. ( • >C9 w. c.iss pone H45.932 j | TAMPA Fl ARIRA 803 Rohles Avr r£jGVSJ BROS RyJ 1 J* /* the BEST' Phone 2525 j | %  •-. rL_ur,,L,.. TAMPA. FLORIDA ~ "~ ~ !" ~''~-~-~ ...—.. GOING^OURWAY? PASSOVER GREETINGS I OVER GREETINGS Ii E N N ETT'S COLLEGE INN P II A R M A ( V 109 E. COLLEGE AVE. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA f^(^ f* fl* The Modern -A /jZm"M Diesel-electric SINCERE I I PASSOVER GREETINGS | %  i i I I Bert's Auto Parts | • "SHORTY" LONG i i v Wftml YarH i G A R A c t oot > ard | Spruce .nnd Garcia 6706 Nebrnsk.l Avenue ( Phone H32-032 I Phone S5094 TAMPA. FLORID! | | TAMPA. FLORIDA NEW, FASTER SERVICE PASSOVER GREETINGS SHIELDS ELECTRIC CO. 207 SOUTH MONROE TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL 3 HOURS FASTER TO NEW YORK THAN PAST WINTER -Air-conditioned, reclining-seat coaches, Pnllm ;ars, lounge car, modern. Diesel-electric locomotivei. New, smooth-riding comfort, v. jolt*, no jerk*, no squeaks, no ralllei. Leaves Miami >lail 10:30 \.M. SILVER METEOR— DeLuxe coach streamliner. Diesel-electric powered Comfortable, reclining leal r rved for everj paaaenger. Stewarde—inn-. Dining car, Uvern car. lonnge-ohservi n car. Radio enterlainment. Leavej Miami daily 10:00 A.M. Wew, improved tchedule • s hboond Iv. Now York 2:30 I'.M.. Washington 6:50 I'.M. M.W YORK-FLORIDA LIMITED-Roclliiing^eai coachea, Pullman cart, lounge ear. Lv. Miami daily 9:00 I'.M. Consult T. W. Lockett, A.G.P.A., Seaboard Railway, 173 East Flagler Street, Miami, Flu. Phone 3-8392. 4 ffaAfaci&Hi< NILE POSTS OF PROGRESS r. |tll—CiWWl rmUrlU 1*12—lMran* .%  rtVanW IWMl MaMf etiiBVtaitl N*.nal nm.-n • %  neminsliai ...,.i, : %  '*W.-; |2I Itrlecair I.. IV*v ri..NaMtoaal > MA** ,,..n om.i..i...| Ma l-tytMr.,-.i rtiilalrwi ..I the Mr„l. -i.ie ll.i.h ,r. ),..i.ni, g m l*i:--|WI,..lr I.. Ii. ...... Nat......! < H— %  —sstWH.i \nM O it... .. |11g_\rl.-.l \.\ ,,t i,. .;,. khril l.liiir 1,'taliiifl m.'i (l.'.IHHMHKI. 1410 — IN, |„. -. at.a:t" Fred P. Cone for United States Senate Hear Florida's next U. S. Senator speak Saturday, 8 P. M. Little River Park U'ulil I'ulUlcul Adv.) i



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V. %  I'\I;K TWENTY THE JEWISH FLORLDLAN P O L I T I C A L B R I E F S Paul 1'. Barns, candidate to ilie bench of ihe t'i uil and <'ivil Court, has I o e '.' r fourteen Hibases his Buccesa on in ran tees every deei %  plaintiff, whether i epi, st-nti ii by brilliant or medi-.legal talent, fair and impartial hearing. Judge Barns attributes his li-jral erudition t the lawyers of Dade County bar and his own study of nationwide l'j::il i epoi ts. George K Holt, candidate for re-election for office of Representative in the Legislature, Group One. has been a practicing attor10; in Dade County since 1925. He i-.as received assurances from members of the House of all the state thai they will lend their supto elect him. He believes 1 • every promise led every plank lected '' %  i %  %  [) idi .Fin !l am and a member of Vi! K 1 : i h. Hi t>i 11 J. Boone, candidate oi office of Circuit Court Judge tor Dade and Monroe Counties, Flor. ida, came to Miami in 1925. He A aB student of law in Minimum. admitted to thibar of the State of Florida in 1897. and to practice licfore the State Supreme Court in 1911. He is active in his own private civil practice, in tingeneral affairs of his profession, notably as a member of the Dade County Bar Association and the Florida State Bar Associaion and in civic affairs is president of the Miami Municipal Utilities Associat ion. Candidate for ri'-eleition for table for tinSecond District, Tom Wood has resided in Miami ghteen years. Mr. Wood that during his term in office he has cooj i rated fully with all lu %  • ement agent ies in Hade i mtj and t hat he w first Constable in the history of the Sta e of I loriila I have tin n< d ia excess fees to the County, and believes that ..lie good term nierHe has been an enforcement officer in Dade County for fourteen years; was assistant to Constable Dillon, is n member of the Elks, Loyal Ordci of Moose. an officei and director of the Young Democratic Club and a membci of various other fraternal and civic organizations. Roscoe Brunstetter, candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Court of Florida in Division "A", has been a resident of Miami since 192(1 and habeen practicing here since thai time. He has taken an active part in civic and communal activi%  Miami and is admitted to • tl Supii sylvan ia, I ... 1 ii Stat I %  do as a .. by i delaj at d costly proi edure to make proper c tn t aetioii available t" all citizens upon teiins of actual moncj -• that i\ei yone can meet. Candidate for re-eleetion as Justice of the Peace Henry 1. Oppenborn, for many yearoccupying this position, has been a resident of this district for i enty-three yi ai s. He was appointed Justice of the Peace in 192(1 and in June 1929 as admitted to practice bef re al I c oi the State of Florida He is an active member of many fraternal and service organiza. ti :is. His only campaign prom ise ia continued a live interest in behalf of humanity and a fair. honorable and courageous administration of .lustiie in every cause that comes to his attention, Marshall ('. Wiseh.-.u t is a can. didate for the state Legislature in Group Two from Dade County. which office is filled at present by .Mr. John J. Lindsey, who is not n candidate for re elei t on, Mr. VViseheart attended the l-iw Schools of National and Georgetown Universities from which latter he graduated in 1927. Mr. \\ ischearl came I n Miami to t esi •• and has bi nually ei > ( I A HAPPY P. k | I NA TI ONAL ] 1 BARBER SHOP • i I i PHCK-. E I in the practice of law her, f r the past twelve years. He feels that the growth of the community demands that legis'ators should be chosen who will (jive their • and ... ... ., blems. Mr. \V %  I '' ais t; is a M I; .: ai Rediands pr pcitj owner. He n member of the Young Democrat! Club, the ., Bar Association, of whit h inhas been a director for the | ast three years, and i.active ill civic movements. Han ( happell, well known in political and civic circles for a long number of years, is a candidate for State Senator in the roming Democratic primaries. Mr. (happell; FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940 has served as State Representative of Dade County, and has among the planks of his platform a guaranteed revenue sufficient to pay the school teachers an adequate salary and the establishment of a medical si hool in Flor. ida at the I :.; %  el sity of Miami. GREETINGS R. A. STEFFANS CONTRACTOR 2250 W. FLAGLER ST p A s s c y r R in 11| p c i .. LU All Leading Brands! A HAPPY PASSOVER Whelan's Fish (; rill 518 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY PASSOVER H. B. NICHELSON iREV. H. M.KAGAN i AT TRIANGLE MARKET RE-ELECT .! UDG E PAUL 0. BUMS CIRCUIT JUDGE Dade and Monroe Counties Group 4 Democratic Primaries May 7 I 149 N. W. 5th Street | MIAMI I I I • Your Patronage Appreciated I I I • PHONE 2-2368 I I I (Paid Political Adv.) PASSOVER GREETINGS HOTEL STRAND 226 N. 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MISSIO and ASSOCIATES OF Venetian Art Marble & Terrazzo Co. 1 i_'l N. W. 29th St reel Phone 2-529:1 Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the • /* o6cr/ff/t DELICATESSEN 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic Announcing the Opening <>f Two Summer Camps bj Rabbi S. Wrubel, Director—for 1940 Season Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 I Descriptive Booklet and Further Information, Write: R A li 151 S W R U 15 E L BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA THE MASTERBILT CORPORATION BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 605 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE 5-5656 ASK THOSE FOR WHOM WE HAVE BUILT" An Exclusive L umdry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY We S Dippers or I. y 0 ur Cwn for as aa $1.00 Per Week <22 B W AVENUE PHONE 4-5515 )



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r PACK SIXTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN GREETINGS W. J. KNOX Civil Engineer and Surveyor MIAMI SPRINGS THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DR. FREDERICK BUTLER CHIROPRACTOR N at iirnp.it hie Physician Dietetic Chemistry 463 list St.. Miami Beuch PHONE 5-7808 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 67 N. E. 36th STREET PHONE 3-3689 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER PIG TRAIL INN INC. HEJtB FRINK Where Service and Quality Re"gn Supreme" \ Sine. TO Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. Cecil Watson Clerk of Criminal Court MR. .ind MRS. MAURICE L E'. N and Son SEYMOUR oi T H E PRESIDENT HOTEL U .-II TIIKlIt UK I. A l'I AM) FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (BY PHINEAS J. BIRON) Florida Sunland Foods, Inc. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup NEWS FOR YOU Theres considerable indignution hereabouts concerning; the new anti-Semitism in Spain, where, among other things, Jewish infant* must he baptized hefore they can be officially registered, according to reports received ... But somehow you don't hear so much nowadays about the regulation, promulgated hy a number of Latin American countries, that prospective Jewish immigrants must be baptized hefore they can receive their offical entry permits .... Have you a little Gestapo agent in your home town'.' .... Quite a few of them are scattered through Miese United States, having been sent here tor the purpose of causing trouhle and disunion in the Cnion .... But the FBI is on their trail, we're happy to inform you .... Washington insiders insist that Austrian Minister I'rochnik isn't anti-Nazi at all, as one might expect an official of a Nazi-devoured country to be, but is put ling in a nood bit of spade work in behalf of Hitler .... And that Fritz Thyssen whose defection from Nazism has been receiving such wide publicity, is fostering this view of himself, as it helps hint get information valuable to Badolf .... HAVE YOU HEARD? i I)i-. Chaitn Weizmann will be back in this country in the month of May, '.•"> finish up what he started something that cannot be done without him .... Maurce Samuel is very much interested in the pubj lication of Shalom Alei.'hem's works in English .... All that is needed for lhiproject is a man who has both the money needed and the vision l i realize that there's a fortune in the idea .... A volume of anecdotes by and on Jewish celebrities is being prepared by Jacob Richman of Trenton ... Dr. A. A. Kobaek of Harvard is working on a big his tor) of Yiddish literature .... It will be published in English, of course .... If foreign correspondent II. R. Knickerbocker repeals the performance he gave at his Akron, Ohio, lecture recently he will lose : many Jewish friends ... The gentleman knows what!we mean .. i In order lo convince American audiences that there never was anything' in those rumors linking her name with Hitler's, I'ola Negii is pulling strings with a view to getting the role of the countess in the anti Nazi picture "Escape" which is being made from the best. selling novel by 'Ethel Vance." FOR OUR YOUNG READERS i A valuable tip to the coming crop of graduates who will join the! ranks of the job-seekers is contained in the following story .... It I 'seems a Jewish boy who had been doing very well at college eventually ; graduated and went out to look for a job. but couldn't get one because^ I of his faith .Finally one firm "relented to the extent of permitting i .him to make out an application .... He got the job .... not because of his scholastic record, however, but thanks (o his sense of humor I For in the blank space opposite the question "Religion?" he had writjten: "Obstacle" .... All of which reminds us to tell you that it's be| cause dancing is a fine way of keeping out of the way of nudniks that Walter Winchell. whom business forces to spend a lot of time at nighl ; spots, has heroine such an expert rhumha artit .... THIS AND THAT j Even so enlightened a lady as CongrcsSWOman Caroline O'Day of New York found much that was new to her in James Waterman \\ ise's and Lee .1. Levinger's ho k on Jews. ".Mr. Smith. Meet Mr. Cohen." and thinks that every member of the House Immigration Committee sh'.u'd i put this volume on his required reading list .... Harry Hersl : columnist, cartoonist and one of New York's most popu'ar masters of ceremonies, is n w writing a book, which he's expecting to call 'Any. Biography" .... The screen play of "The Pighti g J< W" ing written by the "Aryan" William At thony McGuire .... Ida Landau has made a corking adaptation of Ferdinand Brucki i lay "Kra khoit tier lugend," which will be called "Youth Without Hod" in ih I-' the plaj thai pri Hitler days had a sensat onal run in Berlin .... Ernsl Lubil to kn iw h Ge n u readying a sci eon corned; given a men ile %  %  • It's ti be called "Heil Darling;".. On. hundred smackers c what Rene Blum of France this brother is ex-Premier Leon) is hoping io get for opening-night Beats for the French theatre he is planning for our Broadway .... It's the famed Comedie Francaise .hat he will bring over .... ABOUT PEOPLE Jacob Fishman. who celebrated his 62nd birthday this week was called up for jury duty recently .... He tried to claim exemption on the grounds that the Jewish Morning Journal, where he writes a daily column, cannot spare him. but the Irish judge refused to see it that way .... "Your readers need a vacation," he told Fishman, but with a smile—and agreed to postpone the columnist's turn till October Congratulations to the Adam P. Rosens on the Bar Mitzvah of their son Gideon, who is grooming himself to become a junior executive in his daddy's and uncle's Rosen Tours in a decade or so ... Irwin I). Wolf, who runs a Pittsburgh department store for his living, is known as the country's greatest expert on packaging, and conducted a semi, nar on' the subject at a New York cog vent ion a couple of. weeks ago .... Myron Colbert, who way back in 1912 opened the grand-daddy of all New York night clubs, the Jardin de Danse. can speak ten larguages, not including the Scandinavian—but both Hebrew and Chinese are at his fluent command .... Jazz King Artie Shaw is plannirg a Carnegie Hall concert for this spring .... Our Western readers may expect to see Isaac Carmel in their lnngitudts hefore the well-known products of April showers have had time t;> lose their bloom .... Carmel. incidi nt %  aily, has severed his connection with the American Jewish Congress The next generation won't have to envy us that walking and talki g musical encyclopedia known as Oscar Levant .... They'll have one of their own, in the person of a Junior Levant whose arrival is expected some time in 1910 Y$ FRIDAY. APRIL It., l.-o( A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES THE ANTIQUE DOME 010 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WATCH FOR THE FULLER BRUSH DEALER He Cills SIK Times E.ich Yen THE FULLER BRUSH CO. 210-211 Postal B L'i idm(i Phone 3-3014 M.i PASSOVER GREETINGS V A L S P A R P A I N T DISTRIBUTED BY BINSWANGER CO. GLASS—MIRRORS 127 N. W. tith ST.. MIA.V vr. \K PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES Be Wise Economize with International Trucks EAST COAST EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. 1228 S. W. First Street Phone 2-059: i Passover Greetings Sidney A. De Wolf R K A I. ESTATE THE MOST HOME VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY 236 N. W SEVENTH AVENUE PHONE 3-3990 OPEN EVENINGS &f SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVfH ill Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Xicclev Of MIAMI BEACH INM 111 I) \\ |\(,s MHHU. \< | | OWN JNSURED SAVINGS /^\ MORTGAGE LOANS •HiN:l:l# %  nvincfl pno tonn Rssocmnon or mmmi 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. UPTON, President &Z V £



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/ PAGE FOUR 11 I %  THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1940 a keen sense of publicity ... At is known as an ardent amateur ajroRuo to be built in the Western place that the Encyclopedia reStriCtlv ConfiHpntinl pr, ,, nt %  h *'" said to be tr y' ,n K to mathematician Those who have Hemisphere was erected at Perminds us that Gershom Mendes (Continued from Page 1 I get her daughter into the movies seen his Cotton Club Revue will nambuco.i Brazil, in lfi.'Sl .... Seixas. New York rabbi, was a Another angle of the case, agree that he has a good eye for Nearly a hundred years passed bemember of the first Board of Re and one of which we're not at nil figures fore the Oral Jewish house of gents of Columbia University, and proud, is that many quite prominINFORMATION PLAYS worship was built in what is now that, strange as it may sound, IreYiddish Art Theatre for Mauri.e ,. n public fj KU ,-,, s wn0 happen to Things you can learn nboul Jewthe United States al New York land has a Chief Rabbi An in this country .... HI Jerusalem which has been es\n,i while Rabbis aren't ex before he was called to Eretz night club, kosher style, to be ABOUT PEOPLE tablished as the one absolutely auacth the same thine as iynaIsrael? known as "Goldberg's Chinatown" Mart Blitzstein. who got a Gugthentic sacred spot of Pa We wonder whethei the amjfenhcim fellowship this yea, af is not the wall of the Temple i. bitiaas Mr. Goldberg is expecting „.,. :l ^...rd-bieaking number of self, but of the area in which the to lure some of the trade oi the applications (He asked for it foi Temple stood .... Thai excava. ale Royal across the street the nine excessive years before he tions at Dura have revealed a -v„| traditional rendezvous of \iddish waa finally granted the award I. agogue which has remarkable muj journalists and actors ... w „, n:u dodk ate himself to writ,al decorations .... That hack in j LISTEN TO THIS inn the music for a film on the t( 1P twelfth century Cologne boastThe Bertrand Russell cause eeltheme of what happens when maed a synagogue with stained glass l-bie which one Mrs. Kay. a Brook, chines replace men .... Broadwindows .... That the first syn' lyn housewife, precipitated, may way links the names of Ed Ward j .... And while Rabbis aren't ex actly the same thing as synaestine, gogues, the relationship is c'osi pic i enough for us to report in this PASSOVER GREETING? New St. John's Ice Co. deprive some thousands of C. C Seligman, of the banking family. N. Y. students of the privilege of and Shirley Eder, wlmse daddy hearing the titled philosopher's sits on the New York Supreme lectures, but il has proved a-Court bench .... Barney Gallant, • iieke of luck foi one .lack Levine, whose eatery III Greenwich village some time ago published a is one of Manhattan's favorite book entitled "Marriage, Morale night spots, once narrowly es end Mothballs." under the caped facing a firing squad of John II. I.aval ... It was while he served as press Bookdealers report that any num. agent for the Mexican >'•• her of ei in with Carranza and was captured by nteiition of buying Russell's the General's bitterest enemy, and .Mmals.' the book fane ho Villa .... Herman Stark. ic fuss iabout, wind up with who own.the famous Cotton Club • I a\ al volume instead ... I: Mi s. Kay. who si irtei 'i le Russi II i asi ostensibly • pi oie. i i.e. daughtei froi %  ow seems ea led as a worn Sincere Passover Greetngs i i i St. Francis Grill I Grace P. Golden. Owner and Mgr. I I Specializing in Unusual Dishes Pasaoier Greetings STAND A RD PRINTING CO. Riviera Phone 140 I St. Augustine, FloriJa End B.iy Street Opposite Oldest House St. Augustine. Florida I Sincere rftftflover (irrrtingN Robert A. Powers li.'i Il\ polita I'ho c St. Vugustine, lla l n I I I Radio, Inc. Vviles I'hone lllii St. Vugustine, lla. | I Sincere Passover (ireetings I jMatazas Shop, Inc. i i i St. Vugustine, Florida __ I I I Sincere Passover Greeting:* Sl\( ERE P VSSOVER GREETINGS SUPERIOR DAIRIES, INC i i • i i i • i • I • i i i SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS (. EORGE'S MARINE SHOP Marion I'hone 9391 St. Vugustine. Kin. + I I Sincere P I a • %  %  f i | Sincere Passover Greeting* I I i Suburban Gas Co. P E L L I C E R j PLUMBING CO. A. W. SPILLI | Distribution of Green's F.,el I st. George Phone 4M St. ^. g .•'•-. Florida A. J. HYDER II EL OILS VII tirades Dependable Service i 38 Marine Phoni 781 I Si. \uutisiiiie. Florida I 1276 San Marco Vve.. Phone 740l St. VugUStine, II.l. I %  •. ie was en ea ea....s..e>..I J fit St. (ieorffe Si. \ IIKUM ini*. 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IlilHAi. AI'UII. 19, l.MO THE JEWISH FLOPIDIAN PACE West Palm Beach [Notes Tl ; POL I T I C A L 1 E F S ; < ..... %  II •.. i I • • i sit Lauli I Wllrtl A VI %  %  "I'l i ill %  TENTH / NU] 1 i %  : I Kl (' nil c, ; N. \ %  : I'. H I. %  %  M-. 1 C.I.! n I'll I! %  < ii • i i %  I • I 1. I Ii %  N I i J. W. DUN \ j V I! %  %  i Vvi-. i %  5 j I I *• | P. C. WALTER H I 11. Geoi •j?e I ink ARCHITECT L %  n i CORAL OObLt b I L A M 5 N G O Gown Shoppe L \ COL N R DA D M ; %  i n M 1 A Rl CO. PASSOVTR GREETINGS FARMER'S Service Statior ... PHONE PASSOV • .5 ( \l E 1 T S A K E R Y 1 LAGLER ST. PHONE T618I i' JACK II. PERO A H P. M. LEVI p L u M r : N G 2141 S. W /. %  :> St. Phoa .517 A HAPPY PASSOVI R i'.' J. A. WHEELEK PASSOVER GRI N WM B. LaBaw A • COMMERCIAL ARi I I I I I i Martin Hampton I i I i ARCHITECT \:i mil Boa h, Flm id.l T. Llakc Bun If a REALLY GOOD Demand AUGUST EROS. DELICIOUS PRODUCTS A i o %  line oi Almond and Cocoanut ''* %  ; Cake, Spo pe Cak i Holiday DM ill B priced. At all Ua '...-. Del.c it; a .. ai .1 Gi Stores, or at Our E iki ry 3J1 S W. E Ph SSOVER Q -US Stale Wide Exterminating Co. 7801 N. W. IStli AVENUE PHONES—2-7 J92 7.3-42-1 MIAMI A HATTY PASSOVER I I I |j i FLORIDA BUILDER'S SERVICE, Inc. ) 10J N. E. First Avc.me Phone 3 G411 | I • I I PASSOVER GREETINGS Southern Cold Storage Co. 1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 3-1219 MiAMI || I REGAL FRUIT SHIPPERS BONDED PACKERS AND SHIPPERS MIAMIANS OVER 20 YEARS FLORIDA'S FINEST Klil ITS SEE <>l'K WEEKLY SPECIALTIES GIFT BOXES A SPECIALTY Biacayne Boulevard at Ninth Street PHONE 2-8915 MIAMI. FLORIDA I FLOWERS FOR PASSOVER "Exotic Flowers Cost No More" • FLOWERS BY WIRE I CUT FLOWERS—SHRUBBERY—CORSAGES—POTTED PLANTS I THE EXOTIC GARDENS, INC. | MAIN OFFICE AND NURSERY, 2790 N. W. 17th AVENUE—PH. 2-3105 I I MIAMI BEACH—609 LINCOLN ROAD—PHONE 5-2961 MIAMI— FLAGLER AT BRIDGE—PHONE 2.0519 PAJ I I INC-S To Our Many J nds and r il IB AMERICAS LARGEST' 'MIAMI'S BUSIEST" RED CROSS DEnunST STORE 51 EAST FLAGLER STREET



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FRIDAY, APRIL 10. i:no THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BETH DAVID BULLETIN PAGE SEVENTEEN ditional melodies. The first two 'lays .., Passover the Rabbi will speak in Yiddish and English on i the central them,. "Israel's and and the last tvtn 'lays are Monduj j '"""""''v'CLimate Victory." and Tuesday, April 2 their lives 1 They gave their lives of Miami Beach, will ,,,„,,..,, eWt£ ML*^. • >! All the windows for the from i naa "" definite standards to %  %  u our synagogue building art t,> be lilu wn "' constitutes a subvvi-,for our sake. We ask, "did it the Beth David Sisterh I as Juninstalled in stai .ed glass in memive nativity, such as we ha\ oi pay" when we not,,,, how oceu.' "or Hadassah's "Queen of MayGAINESVILLE ory of muof the rounders and niui-der or larceny, Acti pied we have become with our at their annual coronation May f f former president of our svnii "*'* -'•'•"> benevolent and liel business and so neglectful .,!' "ay Dance, to be held May 19 PASSOVER GREETINGS thus.matters for which "111 fore• • the Wofford Hotel, Miami I fathers sacrificed their lives. Beach. I I1/,\V*+ /< 1 g\ Show your religious allegiance' \ U ,lt %  JOHeS ( <). and loyalty by attending the SynGAINESVILLE FUNERAL DIRECTORS agugual services during the firsl '•— — — — _____ + 525 w. Main s. ami last days of our "Great Feast | ii Liberation." Remember: Yiscoi 01 Memorial Services )!l take place Tuesday Mo PASSOVER GREETINGS I April so at it) \ \i Latimer's Tire Shop [(•member: If you desire that I I Phone 12 Gainesville. Florid.i gogue, Mr. Jacob Becker, by his fu 'to wage earners, persons o widow, in t!„. M ,. al future. '" %  ''• '"' those who are disad' aged in the struggle foi WEST PALM BEACH muy '"' ''''"i •' %  I + I ——————__ __ 'y those wh se property in! } I might !• burdem d m f I IASSOVER GREETINGS j thereby." L\ S. Attorney IS H lix; INS I II. Jatcksoii, WEST PALM BEACH I y ur beloved ones be included in | the memorial services, phone the Kabbi and inscribe their names as .,safekeeping: for nil times. ; Uabbi Shapii 0 will con lu I I he Passover Services, and Cantor ; — — — ~ — — — — — — + | 747 W. W.lin N Phone 1581 Gainesville. Florida I I'M S H C 0 PASSOVER GREETINGS Sincere Passover Greetings llayman will 1 hunt tintrnI Sin rri' Passover Greeting* GAINESVILLE Sincere Passover Greetings Dorsey's Bakery t Bill's Shoe Shop 1 + 1'8 South Garden Phone 847 Gainesville. Florida I I2i S. Pleasant Phone 480 I i 1 I 1 I I 1 I I I j I I i 1 1 B E N N E T T S 1 West Palm Beach, I la. SIM ERE 'l HO () T H S G A R A (; E 1 1 l,., st St-eet I I Wist P.nm Bead.. Florida DRUG STORE '26 w. University Avenue PHONE 4',2 Gainesville. Florida • I P VSSOI Hi GREETINGS I I ] ] Silver Grill Bar 813 8th St. Phone ill 61 I I I PASSOVER GREETINGS I 1 1 i 1 Fair Awning & I I Upholstt v Shop • West Palm Beach, Florida I I I 42: S. Olive Phon. West Palm D. h, Fla. Gainesville, Florida 1 i PASSOVER GREETINGS 1 PASSOVER GREETINGS I I THE 1 Anderson Studio PHOTOGRAPHERS I I • Wine .Metal Works 5700th PASSOVER CONGRATULATIONS 1100 North Grove Phone 1141 Gainesville. Florida *i + 1 I 1 1 1 1 Sincere Passover Greetings { Sincere Passover Greeting* J 0 H N S 0 N (JARAGi: 338 W. University Ave.. Phone 981 • • Gainesville. Florida I Passover Greetings SINCER EST GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Lew and Son 2761 Burlington St. Petersburg, Fla. • | Ed. M. Swearingenj i i BUI LDER'S j (SERVICE CO. PAIL E. JONES i PLUMBING CONTRACTOR | | J j 5230 Okeechobee R ad | PHOXE v.ii | i West Palm Beach, II : la *07 3rd Phone 4; 63 West Palm B h. Fla. I MM I Kit t II., I.M I | 2.37 K. Main S. Phone U< | GROVE PHONE 294 Gainesville. Florida H I P \SS(i\ i: : GREETINGS I i SINCERE I !L Gainesville, Florida i r i PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS $ C E N T R A L GROCERY CO. 623 \V. MasonicPhone 112 Gainesville, Fla. | PASSOVER GREETINGS CIC E N' S FLOWER GARDEN I Palatka Road Phone 61 Gainesville, Florida j i CITY DRUG CO. i %  I I 11 i | Dixie Court Hotel I'l j | PASSOVER GREETING ill F L O RI D A SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS SPARKS F L O RI D A Theatre L Y R I C Theatre Gaincs* [lie, Florida 126 E. University Avenue Phone 1366 G.iinesvilte, Florida I • I • i • I I i West Palm Beach, Fla. BA TTKRY SERVICE L'L'l Lakeview \'.'. PHor F 6030 I I I I I | Weal I'ii'iu Beach, Florida I • SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS I PASSOVER GREETINGS I) AY IS B E E R G A R D E N 528 N. ith Gainesville, Fla. Phone 9117 I I McKINSTRY THE FLORIST | S I 647 W. University Ave., Phone 19' | I Tuxedo Avenue | Gainesville. Florida I GREETINGS | GULF OIL CORP. i Weal Palm Beach, Florida 1 Economy Cab Co. i i 12* N. Garden Phone 506 | Gainesville, Florida SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS CHARLES BERLEMAX 139 Root Trail i'lioii.' 9623 Palm Beach, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS Shorty Bean's Electric Shop 733 W. University Phone 50 %  Gainesville. Flo< id.t Sincere Passover Greetings ALFAR CREAMERY CO. %  i G Flam n Dr vi Wi st Palm Beach, Fla ( I!



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c (•HIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 '*% CHILD GUIDANCE By Joseph A, Berninn THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN PAGE THIRTEEN "."!,• writer will be glad to answei MJ problem of his readers. Write %  in in care of this paper-) the question. "Can parents •heir children g vocabulary?" ... nswer in the affirmative. ^• %  iiis are tools. i ne person knows how to use words, who : wt Ins id nights ii id feelings precise language to be un..•-••"il by his lellowmen hian •.Iad\antagi ii this busi if li\ i lie will find doors to him. he able to in..: %  himself man I eadilj to • i ffei ent t ual ions, to gel Li u job. He will i mil >l si-lf.confidence, a' d he ill • II in t he respect of others. To i learl) is .to think leurly, wal rh thi In II • \\ ho gropes for v\ ord hi "doesn't km %  %  .-. % %  hat to hen it is impo tan) • esenl ;in pinion ni to de• ntsi i: or 1 mind. u timid person, one who ulty in gaii injj lecogni 1 his I rue nth, and who many lit'' a bin I hat they shoul be. speaking begins early in i si weeks I u hild e> I The fnr-seeinji mother thinks child's bits just as %  • tl inks of the < hild's pnj sit al The child lean s first from The language attained • ii .: life is the language which i • main the most natural :i o f st ress a i intelligent mother, this is true, will fii si see to •> • -in i I. and %  ncabulary. .11 not slur ovei orils, she nounce words fullv anil • fulrj and clearly. "Baby talk" i| should nevei be used. %  :.' •talk lik-' babies bt parents talk that Way they %  %  •• ii is cute. Actually "baby •• •' is going to work great harm the child's speech hah t. M; wootsie itto sweeihot" may • %  tionate but "my darling sweetheart" each word ;. • fullj enunciateil is much betfin baby. I If your child is out of the inifant stage, over three years old, you will do well to take an interest in the meaning and background of words. You have no idea how many interests will blossom in your child if you tell him something about the words and the use. Little Johnny heard his mother Use the word vital in a -• tenee. "What's vital mean, mommy'.'" he asked. Johnny's mother explained, as carefully as she could, that vital meant t<> be alive, and she told him something ol the wonders of living things. Johnny remained very quiet. The day he asked his mothei biol gy set he had seen in ii -tui... Today Johi nj i %  i forms little experiments which surprise a i and delight lnAll be • :mothei took he time to i a \\ ord. KVPI j M %  .1 i ;ia story yes. tied up w ith it. Mai l your I • youi %  the .. : Rgypi and \ ho 11-i\ idled on o nlen boats pro polled by ihslaii a fire, (Shun tell about the gorgeous stained glass ii • he magnificent arehiti ol i iothi i nthedrals, and thi le lived ii' thosi days. "I our i hi d sh iiilcl in qu • %  for w ords, al d it w i 1 I., one o thi • joyful and i ai quint can makt UK t'ATKIOTH %  i:i: w AMKRIC w BK Sl'RK YOl' RKCISTKR AND VOTK: | Wuhes for a %  MAPPV PASSOVER Mr. and Mrs. Clr.is M. Tanneiibaum I 1 I I The Bryan Park Pharmacy | PASSOVER GREETI\CS KING FUNERAL HOME I 206 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9258 PAS80VER GREETINGS Jules A. Abraham PASSOVER GREETINGS DULANEY'S MARKETS If It's Delicious It s Dulauey's" 1407 Washington Avenue 411 Forty-First Street MIAMI BEACH Till-'. Vieiident MAI"Kit K LEVIN Management 1 1 '2\ Collins Avenue Miami Beach Open For Passover i T SPECIAL SADER SERVICES Conducted by Cantor Schmulikel Kelemer T FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE 5 2991 SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER S A X () N CIGA RETTE SERVICE 3998 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA Passover Greetings to Our Jewish Friends C R OWLEY'S, Inc. WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 3 5G03 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Good Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER THE CITY ICE & FUEL CO. CAMEfl ANNOUNCE OPENING DATES' i • he Musetn •h > J ; 'I h ological Seminal > of \mt Tl I..' of the 0 tween | i %  ubu t in i n 0 ... luii'dii .le.-. .: not hide the 'i the |tillo\\ bill in -ilk cloth worn by -r theii shoul. d-.'i-s \vl the Ilujfj ad ih is being ead. Two summer rumps to serve j Southern Jewish children for the summer of 1940, has been an• nounced by Rabbi S. Wrubel, di rector of (amp Dellwood for Jewish (iiils. Waynesville, N. >'. and ("amp Flench Broad for Jewish Boys, Brevard. N. <'. Both camps located amidsl the beauties and Rrandeui of the mountains of W i tern North < arolina, offer a act vity. and a diverse social program to stimut fraternal spirit in the lives of the campers. Both i ami June -'lid and operate I tiltKKTIN'iiS I'M; A through August 25th. For further detailed information and descriptive booklet one can write to Rabbi S. Wrubel. Brevard, N. <'. GREETINGS SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Occ.ln Drive MIAMI BEACH IIAITY I'AXSOVKU Herman Wall i ERE WISHES FOR I HAPPY PASSOVER | CHARLES G. | • HANNOCK i T A M I A M I TOURIST COURT 1-OUrUK I ABl_t COIIAOfcS C'.DINS-THAILER SPACE I. T. PISTELLI. Mgr. 3038 S. W. 8th St —Phone 4-9169 BRING THE KIDDIES to see the old lady" who lived in a shoe'' She specializes in rebuilding expensive shoes with Hie best leather nione; ran buy, hut al-t> guarantees satisfaction on popular price shoes. Mrs Teds Shoe Service I .link for the Big Shoe 1060 W. Flagler Ph. 3-7806 I DADt COUNTY SURVEYOR I ID J DOOLfcY| —8. E. SCHWARTzl of the I I I). J. DOOLEY | i REALTY CO. I 0 Washington Avenue I mi Be.ich I I WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS • HAPPY PASSOVER | SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS x Harry M. Hiee SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS !l! H. M. SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 N. E. 7th Street PHONE 3-8749 Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER Ijl Dr. Bowman F Ashe ; i < T H E <; A R I) E N 2235 S. W. 8th Street Season's Greetings and Best Wishes to Our Friends Sincerely. MR. and MRS. FREYER AHA PPY PASSOVER Mike Dallett's (iaragre & Service Station 340 TwentyThird Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS RING, MAHONY& ARNER CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS • | I-' KIC E S MIAMI MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER • SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. j 56 Weal Flagler Street Phone 2-7413 Miami I I ,">0!l CollilM Avenue I I'hone 5-2648 j Miami Beach I SLENDERIZE THE %  BIGHT WAT %  CIENTOTO BEDUCINO OUK SPECIALTT %  ocfa Panoa B*ctvM Individual AttrattOB Call Ff Appoints** MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Dr. 0. F. Ehrllnt. DincUr Knthropitkle PfcytMn 7613-16-17 BlieiyM Blvd. Ph. 1-TIH TO SUIT YOUR TASTE ... BUY "The Matzoh with the Taste" Id. name ll< U><>\\ 1TZ-M \K(. UIKTLN on a box means erisp. welMiukeri. trnh ilelieious in,ii/.ili-. It ;il-t> means the liiii-i ami {•iii'i-i wht'ii foil ml mi un> other I'u—o\er produrt. There are more than Iwentj IIUKUVt IT/-M VRG VKETEN artieles for I'uwover twe. Hn\ I hem r,njo> them. AM) l-'Oli A PASSOVER TREAT .. Horowitz U.iiiNiiviin POTATO PANCAkt: MIX. \ neu .a-v ami inexpensive wax of preparing tempting, brown httkes, without fuss or liother. HOROWITZMARGARETEN noun for 56 years for Qunlity and Kashruth



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f FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIFTEEN CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) JUNIOR CONGREGATION Sunday morning at 10 A. M. The tending the Hebrew classes which The Junior Congregation will conentire service will be explained are held dailyWe therefore urge duet special seivi.es during the and interpreted so that the atuparents to see the wisdom of actfirst two days of Passover, Tuesdents will be familiar with the ively participating, and sending day and Wednesday of this week PasSOVer observances. their children to the Talmud Toai il A. M. Parents are urged The Sisterhood will serve Passrah. in sec to it that their children do over edibles. An interesting play PASSOVEU CELEBRATION not attend school during the Hoiwill be given by the claas of Mr. Passover this year falls on the iday for the children will be exT. Simons during the program. evening of April 22nd, and tercusecl from absence providing the) TALMUD TORAH minates the night of April 30th. attend Junior services. It is gratifying to see the conThe first two "lays are Tuesday SATl'RDAY MORNING tinued attendance al the Hebrew and Wednesday, April 2:! and 24. 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi—498 Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 21 173 Home Phone 2-2176 SERVICES classes throughout the week. We During the adult services this admit emphatically that Sunday Saturday morning at R:H0 A. M. School training for our children is tlu> Rabbi will speak in Yiddish ..Mainly not sufficient. Children (Continued on Page IT) PERMANENT CALENDAR ; .. y services at 7 a. m. and on the subject, Shabbos Hagodo Wherein < li eat '.'" SUNDAY SCHOOL SAOER SERVICES — "" '* A special Sader service is be | We express our deep gratitude '"u arranged for the students of to the members of our choir, Mrs. our Sunday Sch ol this coming A. HI terhood Meeting, third Wednexiiay of Month. ,\TK FRIDAV EVENING SERVICES • last late Friday Evening s, ,. for the season was held j th • past Friday night with a very larj:< attendance In the Synat These services will be re. %  once again after the High I li. Da) season. PASSOVER GREETINGS COSBY FEED CO. 10TH ind LEMON AVENUE SARASOTA. FLORIDA Passover Greetings Blossom Shop YOUR FLORIST" 241 Main Street Sarasota, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings Passover Greetings YOUNG'S ELECTRIC SERVICE 120 Lemon Avenue Sarasota, Florida SUMMER'S SERVICE STATION 10th and Central Avenue Sarasota. Florida I i i i j i i i i i i i i i Passover Greetings i iStar Printing Co.! i i j 320 S. Orange Avenue I Sarasota, Florida Passover Greetings A. Basler Dairy Tallavast, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings T C. H. BILLS AND SON 111 No. Orange Avenue Sarasota. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings J. H. COBB REFFRIGERATION SERVICE 423 Central Avenue Sarasota, Florida Passover Greetings ROEHR MACHINE SHOP 11th and Washington Blvd. Sarasota, Florida 1 Sincere Fassover Greetings I Paul's Garage 17G 6th Street Sarasota, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings CUTLER'S I SPECIALIZED SERVICE G A R A G E Broadway and 9th I Sarasota, Florida PASsOVtR GREETINGS A. F. McFAYDEN DISTRIBUTOR Pure Oil Co. Products PHONE 2624 S.irasota, Florida I : ; Passover Greetings John's Place 1743 S. Osprey Avenue Sarasota, Florida Passover Orset •;; %  > G RE EN' S WOOD YARD Central Avenue S.uasota Florida Sincere Passover Greetings R. W. CHENOWITH PLUMBING and HEATING 130 West 10th Street Sarasota, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS I i N E H T BOTTLING CO, I 9th and Goodrich Avenue I Sarasota. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings MAIN STREET LIQUOR STORE 246 Main Street Sarasota. Florida I I PASSOVER GREETINGS j REID'S SERVICE STATION 200 Central Avenue Sarasota. Florida I Sincere Passover Greetings Freeling and Ellis Motors 6th and Orange Avenue Sarasota. Florida Sincere Passover Greeting; Sarasota Printery 117 N. Lemon Avenue Sarasota, Florida SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS T. H. CRISP and CO. BUILDIN'J CON1HAC1ING Professional Building SARASOTA. FLORIDA 1 Sincere Passover Greetings RICHARD'S ELECTRIC CO. 811 Main Street Sarasota, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings Weeks Central Ave. Machine Shop Central Avenue and S. A. L. Railway Samsota. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings J. B. GREEN PLUMBING AND HEATING 1150 North Central Avenue Sarasota, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings Ed's Battery and Electric Service 276 W. 7th Street Sarasota, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings Switzer Atwater Co. PLUMBING and HEATING 372 Golf Sarasota. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings Shanlev Bowling Alleys 5th and Pineapple Avenue Sarasota. Florida If



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/ PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 PASSOVER GREETINGS p ALLOT TIRE CO. 2246 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 3-1266 PASSOVER GREETINGS Michael Sarli 308 E FLAGLER ST. PASSOVER GREETINGS LUDWIG BROS. 1804 BIARRITZ ORIVE MIAMI BEACH II SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER NIVERSIT Y 0 F M I A M I CORAL GABLES FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS Hanson Roofing Company 2236 N. W. Mi.imi Court MIAMI i PASSOVER GREETINGS I Effie Louise Dress Shop Lincoln R id MIAMI BEACH K 0 P E L S Formerly Clein"s •860 S. W. FOURTH ST. ROOM AND BOARD Op en for P.issover Holidays PHONE 20879 fgj g-T ten fr *n nay.. i Jews, slnvimr in Kjcypl build I i Pit honi and Ramsrs. From a 17th (Ynt fry 11 at'.. PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS | HAMMOND LOBSTER CO. I I J FOYE COTHRIN REALTOR 1069 S W. 8th STREET | 25 S. W. S. R'ver Dr iv


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%  yf PASSOVER EDITION wJewisti meridian COMB sums Tlhie Jliewiislh lUinMty VOLUME 13 No. 16 Q)^SL £JUAJ-UL&. VOJLSLSJL^ PLAIN TALK EI.IJ Ml VNIJ MR. GORSIO I' i ghl w< II 1 %  whom lip ii.la. i'.I %  • ., %  Sedcl : l. blc :: 111' • ill thl' [•'"I Ii m. Ill l hiup; cut. the • IIJ I'll 11 1" m\ remote ehildhoo I lie "amj [ule I'm 1 .i ill was I a ) i with all In : I dull %  ; now a gn ai deal him. t'xei -. H inn, liodv very I was a perfect -uli-i it ii,• i ,, S a II I a lau.x. II,would have picas -.1 me had he brought me a bicycle. His good'.ess was abstract. I suppose had In i The tow Ii "I l'i. In,,/,,,II in) -,,, %  uathe flutU'i garni -b) I wa ted Ii nI rup rise from oui ii" sible ha .1 in l„drunk by invisible lip.-, i'lie i up'.failure t .. i ise exeepl .i. my fai • finally ii .-i i uled by |, li '> I i' lias come I II i."H%  and iai .. ii table u %  di esn'i msell take up '"' %  glass u hieh has bee ail ing 1 Ii in all i ., nil Thei e's some Ithing |ld man likes In have me llimk |'''s all true ami so I'll just let on. At 17 I was militantly anti lijab. I sniffed at him as one ft those myths invented to enslave fie human mind. Yet jn the latter years of my jfe Klijah has come to take a lr!i place in my esteem. The eptical contempt of my adol pence has given way t > respect id compassion for a fine old genIman who haI n having a |rd time of it in the world. \s my mind matured he became ii i.'I'll Ii: 111 tinI' .fci ol' 1930 people who had losl Irything in 192.1 remarked pm-ieally. "Thank goodness, we i' .HI' inin-il n i Page %  I MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY,APRIL 19. 1940 I'KK'.K lOr.EM PflLESTSNE BRIEFS %  ah in i I alrni Agent > i iratioi if tl h la) of Rabbi Mi Berlin, idi tit of the World Mi/.rachi Organization, was held ai %  nion of the ferenri f thi ition Orthodox '/ %  %  i i m liedera, oni rf •in Emck : ... of Ueth i ntl I I I-,. !: V i i iirls %  • 1 ,. .in American oin ceo tl %  %  I T of .1 %  -a,, In. PASSOVER GREETINGS Strictly Confidential THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW i in M April Nth. i Itakei': S'i %  -. Vork Post, in I'osl on by W 1 M in an %  member, it wa man) .: %  : .. %  \ hal i .1 ion of Denmark t'ertain shrewd observers insist that Switzerland is oni needn't feai any violation of itneutralil) b) tiennany This because so many Nazi bigwigs, inch f Bado'f himself, have large sums • f money in Swiss hank-. The theory no doubl being that good cash is safer out of Hiilerland than inside Germany .... Some of those aerial photos of English lilies which the Nazis publish with the r aim that their reconnjitering planes have made I hem in iiient months show empty lots that in actuality were built up by the middle of 1933 ... In other words, the photos are of pie-war vintage .... Latest Gotham rumor is that the elusive Dr. Hjaltnar Schauhl iin town to raise cash f r Hitler by selling German owned Amer lean securities, THIS AND THAT Herbert Kline's "Lights I'm m Europe," the film that includes authentic shots i out. of war in Pa I been chosen as the fil I .link map the Man h f Time Ai Charlie I ha| lin' D n is neari g is seen in thi that Charlie has alread) ordered tuxedos thi ... t 'ongral uhi Levin, wl i "Citizens." will ninr. %  %  | -. book mi i ho late | Horaci lit is the offing ... Manuel K off is preparing I w rite ii I'o gli oal 'i 10 murders commitl that month contrast sh %  I in August tember. the 2 itctobi I I IN in J dowi if tin During the wholi were 49."> inn %  ., %  IN there wen ,">N2. \ murders during the past numbered 547. manj fewei thai the year that preceded it. TinEgyptian and Palestine Go\ ernmenis are nogotiati g the mat ler of control over the Sinai Rail way, which connects the two countries. The point at issue is the section, between Rafa and Kan tara, which passes over Egyptian territory. Should this section be acquired by the Egyptian State Railways, it would mean that the Palestine frontier customs and passport control offices would be transferred to Rafa, the actual frontier, and the Sinai Railwa) line would then come under tl e jurisdiction of the Egyptian Mi of Defei ,1 ved here iff of the %  city,



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FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1'Jio THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I\(.K TIIIIM "i -ONE WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS Sew York (WNS) Frank I.. Weil, prominent New York attorney .Hid leader in youth work, lias I,,.,'.,, elected president of the Jewish Welfare Board, parent organixation for m ire than 300 Y. M II A.'S and Jewish Community Centers throughout the United Slates, to succeed Judge Irving Ix-hman. who lias retired from the lM ,,. after heading the organiza ,,,„, for 20 years. I h, National Council of the Board held its 23rd annual meeting B t the II tel New Yorker last „,,.",. during which it took up the problems of community organization, vocational guidance for Jew ;„h youth, service to refugees, and nutlined the 1940 program of the arganizati n. Judge Lehman, who relinquished l,i„ 0 fflcc as active head because of the pressure of other duties, will continue t" serve as honorary president. In his opening address ,,, tn e nnference, he expressed confidence the Jewish Welfare Board would large Its functi ms to meet the present critical needs of Jewish youth and the challenge of events abroad to American institutions. "The Jews of America have new ,., railed to view with level heads the situation here and abroad from the same standpoint as other American i-itizens and with tli Germ any's power and influence, yet all Jews here arc united in the intense will to preserve peace in their own country and to strengthen dem era tic ideals This is in accord with Jewish traditions and ideals, and the Jewish Centers in every part of the country have been a potent fon e in maintain ing those ideals." In his speech of acceptance Mr. Weil announced the intensification of the four-fold program of the Jewish Welfare Hoard as: Service tn youth, through providing them with recreational and educational facilities; service to adults by furnishing them with opportunity for self-development through adult education and profitable use of their leisure time; service to refugees by assisting them in their adjustment. through providing them with social and educational opportunities, through training for citizenship, and by furnishing them with a sympathetic medium Tor absorbing our language, customs and manner of living and. lastly, service to the community, through providing a forum for the exposition of community pi blems. and a meeting place for community activities, "'The Jew ish Welfare Boai d conducts these activities through its 314 ("enters in 210 cities In ->l states." Mr. Weil stated. "It sets its program against a background of religious faith and adhei ei i • tn Jewish traditions and culture, and maintains it in the spirit of intense loyalty to American tradi linns and institutions." Mi. Weil iu member at large nt* the Natioal Council ol Boy Scouts of America, a trustee of the Federation for i he S ippoi t of Jew ish Philanthropic S i iet i a of the City of New York, trustee and chairman of the Religious School Committee of Temple Kmanu.EI and a director of the Jewish Edu cation Committee of New York. j PASSOVER GREETINGS I FIFTH AVENUE I SUNDRY STORE • (43 N. W. 5th Avi PHONE 29852 PASSOVER CREETINGS Rodney Miller N. W 12th AVENUE PHONE 76805 A HAPPV PASSOVER Modern Cleaners 712 N. E. Ind Avenue PASSOVER GREETINGS | SOUTHERN LIFE & | HEALTH INS. CO. I I Postal Building T S COOK 1 PASSOVER GREETINGS UTLAS MACHINE: & W E L DING CO.! 316 S. W N. RiverD'uc PHONE 28323 PASSOVER GREETINGS WHITE BE L T I) A I R Y 6065 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE MM4 PASSOVER GREETINGS M. LIPOWSKY And Family 221 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS A HAPPY PASSOVER GEE & V E E SODA SHOP 31 N. E. 36th Street PHONE 25381 T BECKS GARAGE I I I j 1132 15th St. Phone 5 1422 MIAMI BEACH Best Wishes for a Kosher Pesach, from HOTEL ASTOR Dietary Laws Strictly -!•--£ f. M 0 1) E R N P A I N T I N G (' () M P A N Y FRED J. WALKER 2214 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2 8023 PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY 122 N E. Hth STREET PHONE 2-4101 MIAMI J J i PASSOVER GREETINGS IDR VINCENT A SPOTO DENTIST 12 S. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 23930 PASSOVER GREETINGS TENNESSEE POULTRY CO. 1340 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-9617 PASSOVER GREETINGS I CLUB LATINO I 38 N W 5th Street MIAMI I PASSOVER GREETINGS Special Delivery Incorporated 168 N. E. 24th STREET PHONE 33385 R E E L E C T JAMES HMD CONSTABLE Fifth District Miami Heath 23 Years Honest Law Enforcement I'resent Incumbent Since 1928 |>,.,.|i|\ (Sriitfflll for oViir Wite iiiul Support A PURE SWEET COLA DRINK WITH MILLIONS OFfRiENtt PASSOVER GREETINGS Be Charming—Be Brierfit Drink MILK. Feel Right IS SANCTIONED FOR USE BY THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. BOTTLED LOCALLY UNDER RABDINICAL SUPERVISION SUPPLY IS LIMITED Order fro.-n Your Dealer Bv Case or C.irton NOW! Kosher for Passover 'no§} a ND a Aik Yoor Gioot lot Look for the Passover Label >JS*CT*>S&>S>>S:<2B*SB*5S':*E*SB*£2*35-'



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i FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FIFTY YEARS IN RETROSPECT by Dr. Cryus Adler v* ft, ., f'j" "'• world i in • "' ll .1" H lull II,... SlMI III.AlIK I. ,. '• %  I> i.|.si. .•..II.-B. i: .. v of the Jew ish The" il Seminary of America ami iisionnllj :.i-onsultetl by Morals, the foundei Seminary. In i| becami %  tary lecturer in Bibl i %  %  ogy al the Semh ...... "i June, i--Jewish TuliliSn-ii-i S • •.. oi Jui :>, i ssx. | ,. • W II %  • %  ., issue. I have I,. %  % %  •\> i.i k evei The summer of 1888, 1 spenl in Cincinnati arranging an exhibit of Biblical archaeology and Palestinian objects for the United States Government exhibit al the Cincin nan Kxposition, which incidental I.V as my rirsi incursion i -s Position work, 1 arranged similar exhibits for the United Sta es Government later on at Atlanta, at Chicago in I8!W, and al St. 1 uis in I'.MU. I,, November. I8i0. I wa* senl abroad lor a year and H (|uarter on government business, travelling across Europe and around the Mediterranean. My work was purely public work but I had an opportunity of (rotting to know the Jew ish community in Constantinople, where I stayed aim -i seven months; in I8SM 1 made my first visit to Kgypt and Palestine and later to Tunis, Algiers and Morocco, I spent Pas" over in Jerusalem and Rosh lla shanah ami Yom Kippur in Tunis and saw the different kindul Jew ish people and many -i Il is in IN'.'I thai I became int. %  I'a • numbers of Jews who were at that time Obliged to leave Russia and Rumania, and I discussed this with the Grand Vizier of Turkey in Constantinople, Idwas ,-n couraging. When I came Lack. first to London and then to the United States, I mad., my views of the possibilities known but they ,,n d.-af ears. My \isil i Kiiirland in IV.MI ;lt „| "gain I8P2, I MM and I-.'. u ,_ very important to me and to the Jewish Theological Seminary be"'""' th< j enabled me to secure the lasting friendship of Dr. S ilonion Schechter. and this friendship had a great influence in my lil '-. as 1 think il had on the life of the American Jewish community. I |{ol in know in these years. Herman Adler. then Chief Rabbi England. Claude (i. Montefiore. Sir Joseph Sebag Montefiore. I.ucian Wolf and Israel Zangwill. In 1>; :: fund, established many years before by Human Gratz, be came available to the Mikveh Israel Congregation to establish a college "for ili .!< %  Av. I SEABREEZE | P H A R M A C Y j A. J. Scherer, Pharmacist Ibl eeze Blvd. Phone 331 | I I, I + f II i |Ml Passover < nngralulationsl • Sincere Pa— over (.reelings i I 111 | tci I „ [ C () N C R E T E | i PRODUCTS CO., | Inc. i I McCLELLAN l II I I:. SNKAI), MLT. x' ii \\T „i I | Novelty \\ orks I I .".Hi C'arawell I I I 11 • 11 > Hill | | 223 Kingston Avenue | PHONE 1661 I I Phone 46 I Daytona Beach, l-*la. I I Daytona Beach, Kla. P ISSOVER (.HKKIIMiS I WOODS COAL CO. J I Phone 1789 i arawell, Hold Hill I I *t W. I l> \ i lo\ \ BE \i H II (Hilli \ SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS DAYTONA REACH MILLWORK I 212 Eldorado Avenue Phone 2414 DAYTONA BEACH, l-'I.OKID*. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS I THE SALVATION ARMY J l Captain and Mrs. Clark Pertain | DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA asked about the best use of the fund. While no doubt Mr Gratz had in mind a general college for %  l's I saw at once that this fund was insufficient for that purpose, and so proposed that it would become a college for training Jewish teachers and that incidentally there should be attached to it a scn l of practice and observation. This was the first .(.-wish teachers college in the United States. The nexl important pro ject thai I recall was the Jewish Encyclopedia. I was not very keen on this project and did not enter into ii when it was first proposed. As a matter of fact my work in Washington was pretty absorbing. However, after a few years, when the encyclopedia diil not seem to I..iroing well my disSincere P.isiover Greetings I M. H. LEE ting-uished cousin, Mayer Sulzberger, rather commanded me to take an interest in the project, both from the financial and organization point of view. I accepted, stayed in New York for a time and started a scheme for fund raising, became one ,,f the hoard of editors, and read the enlire pro.,I' of twelve volumes through from beginning to end. In lUOl the Seminary which Dr. •Moralhad started, looked BS I hough it was commencing to fade '""• Dr. Morias andthepresidenl of the hoard of direct m, Joseph Blumenthal, had died, and Adolphus S. Solomons of Washington was .allying on with great pertinacity. I shall not here go into the reorganisation of the (Continued on Page 8) PASSOVER GREETINGS I I Feed i + i j 336 Cypress Phone 54 Daytona Beach. Florida Ernest Fulghan Dry Goods 324 N. Beach Phone UT j Daytona Beach. Florida j 1 II I PASSSOVER GREETINGS Sincere Passover Greetings I i T l I l l JDR. PEPPER j ] Fulton F. Smith I BOTTLING CO. I I A COMPLETE ONE STOP l 1 I I I -il Volusia Vvenue | | I I I PHONE 1021 I Daytona Beach, Kla. I j I I i SERVICE ST VTION 121 2nd Vvenue PHONE 2211 Daytona Beach, lla. PASSOVER GREETINGS FIXA L L REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Chamber's Gas Ranges COOK WITH (. \S TURNED OFF B13 Main Phone 765 NIGHT ( \I l.s 126 liraddock \>-.. Phone 765 Daytona Beach, lla. The Boy Who Wasn't Afraid of Hard Work He was only a school kid when his family m ,1 North because of financial reverses. Eut the boy loved Florida — and he wasn't afraid! So in his early 'teens he decided to stay here by himself and battle his way through life. The boy had real courage, vision and determination. He chose a Baptist preacher's home as his boarding house and so was reared in a good Christian environment the finest possible substitute he could have found in the absence of the father and mother he loved so well. To succeed he knew he needed an education which a poor boy, unaided can get only by work hard work and plenty of it! So he took a job si chore-boy on a dairy farm, going to work at 4:30 in the morning in order to keep on with hie schooling. He sold limes in croker sacks. He worked in groves and in stores. The good people of Winter Haven liked to give him jobs to do. It was fun to help a smart, cheerful boy who wasn't afraid of hard work. Yet hard as he worked, he organized his time to allow a little play. too. He was active in school affairs and athletics. Popular with his classmates. He fcraciua.ed from high school with a n.w suit of clothes and $5.65 in his pockets. He wanted to be a lawyer so he went to Stepson,determined to geta college education. College meant more hard work. More sweating. More before-dawn rising. Mote midnight oil. He waited on tables. He had two jobs as a janitor — one in a Christian Church, o-te in a public school. Back. by a friend he started a peessing club and got intimately acquainted with most of the trousers in west Volusia County. He was a football and basket ball star, editor of the college paper, commander of his social fraternity and high ranking scholar. When he graduated from college (in his high school graduation suit) he had $600— and he had earned every penny of it. When one of Florida's most prominent law firms, impressed with the boy's college record, offered him a clerkship, he jumped at the chance. He worked 12 to 16 hours a day. And in 5 years he was made a partner in the firm. Quickly his reputation grew. Important cases came his way, important clients sought hm out because they wanted a winner. Yet because he was first and foremost a man of the people, most of his clients have always been people in poor or moderate circumstances. He never fails to lend a helping hand to a friend. Today this boy is one of Florida's moat admired lawyers, farmers and businessmen. He earned his success the hard way hi* name: FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR Candidate tor Governor Support and vote for this boy who wasn't atraid of hard work. He will bring the same energy, the same determination, the Fame grim honesty, the same organizing ability to the Governor's office. He knov • l ema of the average man. He's YOUR kinc of -an I WHITEHAIRYoAtfw PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT-Paid for by Friends oi Fram-i* P. Wlm.



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T r J^^-' v KKIDAV. AI'HII. 19, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 3v f. ^ C S.7 B'NAI B'RITH ^rSSrss:S2:ss-:-2S \'\i\V. 1 %  -IF HJ 'I !" %  THREE to^ta NOTES by Harold Turk Sholem Lodge has unanimously endorsed thr South Florida Crip pled Children's Society Hospital drive which is now in progress in Dude County. In furtherance of this endorsement, committee, headed by M. .1. Kopelowiu, has been appointed to circularize the entire Jewish community, i i the name of B'nai B'rith to secure contributions for the hospital. Every resident of the County is urged to contrib ite to this project. Every Jew in the C untj urged to makehis contribution i" the name of B'nai 'Bril h, ai d through the facilit !vs of B'l ui B'rith. As a demonstration of our own i\ ic pride and cons 'iou Sholem I dge expects to i i several Ihousai •!• of il the Hospital Fund. As a Ben Brith, as a Jew, an i as a resident of this comm every person roading this column should immed at %  .. >nd at least the sum f for ever) menil er of his family i t; iiin iilt-,1 to Mr, Ko pelou il.'.. care B' i B'r I 510 (' i; • %  • Bui 1.1 n the h pital fund u gr iup % %  % %  ribut ioi %  %  sine o! the individual contributors. B'B All member n r irge I to • in %  • > lec ire t heir I ickets for the B'nai B'rith -"Ma! affair to be held Tuesday eve inft Vpr On this ccasion, the Lodge is sponsoring a dinner at Manning's Seafood Restaurant, on Biscaynr Boulevard, which i ll be fi by H Boat Ritle on the Vacht Seven Sea rhe entire chargi th.dit i er a tl boat ride i I haji the i regular meal at Man n i'. IT'S. I i bha Dr. A' %  \ .. %  %  | I' NOS • CECILS BOD/ WORK3 I j Comm) %  Truck Body n N I 4th Street | I'.a'o Chicks S3.83 hundred i <>.l. ,\ Mixed 95.85. V ril • fi r Cockerels and I'ullets (lav old up, and i i.l wor'd famous Kigali ng t.amr iii red, blue, gray. NICHOLS II \T< HEM KINGSTON. (SEORIJI \ The entire Jewish community is urged ta lend itfullest cooperation to the efforts of B'nai li'rilh to make a substantial eon tribution to the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital Fund Campaign which inow in progress, B'nai B'rith, through a committee headed b) M. J. Kopelowitz, assisted h\ Wm. Shayne, is attempting tu raise a large sum of money from its membership, and other persons in the community, as an organization contribution given in the name of individual donors. All contributor-, whether per. -on-, firmor organizationarc urged to communicate with Mr. Kopelowitz personally, or to mail their contributions to the I 'i ai B*i: li office at .">:0 ( o .i! re* luil ling, Miami. President .1 Vron Abbott, in announcing the passage b> B'nai B'rith of a Resolution endorsing the hospital project, stated that "'B'nai B'rith ianxious to se cure ihe fullest cooperation from all Jews in the Miami ana. -'i that a large contribution ill be made as an evidence of the civic milinus ess 1.1 our Jewish penpie." \i a luncheon HUM ting of the campaign commi I e of I'.'n ii B'rith held Tue day at the I' ilaii.il Ue-tnuranl v.vu in ad\ a'c e co i: i: i .miw ere an i eil. P () L I T I C A L B R I E F S I iCesburg i Special i There will be no graft and no invisible furies running your governm nl for the special interests when I am your governor," Francis P. Whitehalltold vast ami enthusiastic crowds in Central and Smith Florida during the week. Pressing his campaign with vie, or, the youthful all Florida candi date pledged himself to a program designed to eliminate a lot of dead wood and red tape in the stale government' and promised tu "give the state government back to the pe iple.' Resuming his tour Tues lay a. Orlando with a radio broadca I I Florida farmers, Whitehalln ii .hipr gram Tor a "unite '. In" in hieh a cooperativ • spirit would l' encouraged an i I'l'd to "keep at liniiie i art %  if that (56.000,000 that leavi state every year to purchas • pr i diuts which can be grown here in Florida I'ASSOVKIi liKKKTINliS Palm Pharmacy 1 Y W jsth Street i\|.;s L>-'i:!."ii •_• %  L-1 Continuing hiattack on the giivernnieiit.il regulation of pr., ate industry, v. hitehair told a i rousing rally at Eustis ".Main a il Hitler ale pikei'S when il comes to regulatory measures compared with Florida's govern inellt.' He charged that Florida's hair %  billion dollar citrus industry was virtually killed by "strang regulations" promulgated bj thi legislature. "Under the present system." he declared, "it is a -i lation of the law ti. sell guo I fruit, but Whitehair is going % %  %  I" something about (his.' A IIAI'I'V PASSOV H 0 W E L L RESTAURANT !!S7 S. \\. 5th St., I'll. %  > Passover Greetings McArthur Jersey Dairy Farm, Inc. 159 N. E. 62nd Street Phcne 7-1017 Miami, Fla. PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPTAIN F. S. LeCAIN I'll-i\e|' Ii,-. : || ;• J0HMNIE -"; MACK BODY SHOP .71 \. K. •_'. ||, Si I'i :; %  _; %  _'PASSOVER GREETIT. WEBER A; THOMPSON Accountants and Aiirpci I. duPont Bui d Miami, FI *^V**. y j GREETINGS TO OUR MANY GREETINGS ROBF.RT F. CUTSHAU ol the HUNT1NGTON SANDWICH SHOP I Hunting! i Bldg Miami. Fla. ; I JEWISH FRIENDo AMERICAN FUEL OIL CO. C G MITCHELL S'20 N. W. 22^(1 Avnn : Passover 1 1 %  ii'_'WALDORF TOWIRS HOTEL 860 Ocean Dr. M ; a;:ii Beat ELECT Pas--over Greetings Ga.ston B. Waul Jrr FRENCH CONSUL Fas-rover Greetings JORGENMN and 8CHKIFFL£R Engineers M w T >wer Phone 3-4779 l'ASso> i.i; i;itl ii IM. I Passover Greetii MAGIC CITY BOTTLE and SUPPLY CO. E. W. CARTER 2:49 N. W. 2nd Avenue \ \l I Pas ver Greet, V. Brown & Co. FE UTILIZERS INSECTICIDES Distributors Growers Supplies HI tli Miami 1 i.\K I M75 = J I I j Q U A L TV J • Servie nation • ; N. \ :!i Vvcnui fill : 7-9442 GHAPrEL S T A T E SENATO H-.lp Both Yourseli ai Dade Countv L Klecl it H, BUBIflELL. J r DGE ( I R C F T COL R (iroup One I PASSOVCR GREETINGS | I BEACH SHOE REPAIR I j SHOP j 518 Collins Avenue | | Miami Beach i s ncere Wishes For A Happy Passover MR. and MRS. JOSEPH CAMNER OPEN FOR PASSOVER MAKE SEDARIM RESERVATIONS NOW r GREETINGS Carl F. Lambert Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biscayne Building MIAMI.' FLORIDA \ CTlllainlS££Lc}i i i [orkLa a \%%e I loes '„/* ON OCEAN DRIVE oi if. o n,. imcn %  I • ^>L !" E W<>'SCRAP£R HOTEL ON TMe OCEAN DIETARY LAWS PHONE 5-6611 • Elect John S. "Johnny" Baber Candidate for Constable Fifth District MIAMI BEACH, SUNNY ISLES GOLDEN BEACH Your Vole and Support Appreciated Political Advertisement Paid for by Pi • dal ELECT ROBERT J BOGIE for CIRCUIT JUDGE DADE AND MONROE COUNTIES. FLORIDA Group 4 Democratic Primary May, 1940 Always the friend of the people giving time and service to help with public improvements and establishment cf parks, and obtaining reduction of electric rates COURTESY AND ABILITY i I'.i Id I'ol i leal Adv.)



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T FRIDAY. AI'KII. 19, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE EI.Et EN T^.> BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESChELOFF. Rabbi ''•-'• Mii'hlKnn Avvuui! i'i.... .. ... .-c MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor :•>:. IVI.-I. I .\ lei I'li.me j-i'UJ 1 PASSOVER SERVICES Passover services will he held Monday and Tuesday evening at 6:45 P. M Tuesday and VVcdnea day moinines at 7 and '.< A. M. A I'll moon services will be held at 6:16 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff will prea< h Tuesday morning Oil the Btlbject, "A Symbol of Freedom." in English. Wednesday morning he will speak in Yiddish in the theme "Wise Children." Cantor .Mam elies will chant the services We urge that parents bring their children with them to all holiday services. Kxcuscs for absence from public school classes will be distributed at our office and accepted in any public school on Miami Beach. MECHIRASS CHQ.METZ Rabbi Mescheloff will be at his office Sunday evening from I to 7 P. M. and at bis home in the afternoon for the sale of chometz through him. He urges that chometz be sold as early as possible to avoid any inconvenience. Filial sales of chometz must be made by !':00 A. M. Monday morning at the sj nagogue. SHABBOSS HAGODOI. This Saturday, known as Sbabboss liavjoilol, Kabbi Mescheloff will deliver the traditional pilpul or dissertation on a Passover theme at 5:00 P. M. in the afternoon. The public is invited. MODEL SEDER A model seder will be presented by our Religious School this Sunday niomi-g at 11:00 A. M. under the direction of the Kabbi. Cantor Mamches and Mihs S. Shpall. A beautiful program of song, discussion and exposition of the holiday is in store for all adults who will attend this Model Seder. Re. freshmenls will be supplied by the Sisterhood. The Haggada will be the subject of study in each of our classes this Sunday morning. So that your child may become more familiar with the Passover Kuggaddah we urge that he and she attend this Sunday m tiling's ses -ionRELIGIOUS SCHOOL On account of the holiday there will be no daily classes. Mon lay. Tuesday and Wednesday of the coming week. Regular classes 1 iwever, will be held Thurs lay afternoon. The following week classes will bo held Sunday morning. Wednesday and Thursday. There will be no fee charged for attendance b ith week-. We ask only that children attend every session of our school. SI Y I'M Our Rabbi will complete the stud) of Talmudic tract. Siyum. Monday morning ul 8:00 A. M All first born win. wish to be freed "i the duty of fasting the eve of Passover, arc requested to be at the synagogue at this time. ORGANIZATIONS On account of Passover the various organizations meeting week ly HI our synagogue will postpone theii meetings. Immediately after the close of Pass iver the fid. Ii wing organizations will resume their regular meetings: Beth .la. oh Sisterhood will meet the first Monday in each month. The .1. W. V. will meet every ether Monday i ight The llahanoth meets every Mollday evening at 7:00 P. M. The A. '/.. A. will met each Sunday at 7:30 I'. M The Council of Jewish Juniors will convene every other Tuesday night. Our Hoy Scout troop will meet every Tuesday night at 8. The Junior Pioneer Women will meet every Thursday evening; t!ie Pioneer Women every cither W i i lies lay night. Our chapter of the Young .lu deals will meet every Thursday night. The Council of Jewish Women will resume ils classes in adult English under the tutelage of Mis I. Levin, each Monday and Wednesday night from SMHi to ;i:",u The Mi/.rachi men and won.en divisions wii! meet every fourth Saturday night, MIXXIOXAIKKS Mr. S. Liebowitz gave a very interesting talk at the service ol fie Minnionsirea last Sunday. The Rabbi c ntinued his dissertations of the Siddur The Sisterhood gup I lied tincommunal breakfast served after the Minnionairc (!:ver by Dr. I!. DeKoven, whom we were glad to have back with us after his recent illness. Plans for the celebratio i of the first anniversary of th % %  Miami Beach Mi/.rachi on Lug l'.'Omer were discussed. A special gala meeting and nielaveh Malkeh will be held Saturday night. May 2"ith and a Mi'.iacbi Picnic, the firs; of its kind in Greater Miami, wi 1 be j PASSOVER GREETINGS I THE EVANGEL PRESS | I JUSTIN BARE j I 261 N. \\. :t r ,| Street | i Phone :.'-<>." %  !;! i held on the Sunday of Lag B'< er. On the arrangements committee anDr. 1!. DeKove i, M i. S. I'reedman. Mr. M. 1 ,it and Mr. I Miller. Mrs A Berow, Mrs. F. Kalstein. Mrs. S. Grundweig. .•ind Mrs. l.evine. A gift w n scnted to the Mizrachi by Mrs [!. < anlrow it/, in the fom of a glus." bead basket studded with snii % %  I Continued on I'agi 17 i GREETINGS ON PASSOVER POWELL ART METAL SHOP 7lii N. \V. 62i r m up.'?, aMvav BEST WISHES FOB A HAPP\ PASSOVER QUALITY CLEANERS 71H N. W. 79th Street PHONE 7-5615 MIAMI 2180 N. \V. 27th Ue. I %  IAI iom i I THE RIFAS FAMILY PEED CONSTRUCTION CORP. j ,,.„. MAM, BEACH FLA MAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. | 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE | \ EXTEND TO ALL SINCERE WISHES FCft A | VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TANNER'S GROCERY STORES I : "WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE RIGHT" 1419 S. \\. Hili STREET I'HONK I 17!H X. W 36th STREET PHONE 8-6179 1985 N. W. 17th AVENl 1. PHONE 8-279S



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.s FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN PAGE TWKNTY.ONR ~JPOLITICAL BRIEFS litlato !' iJudge of the Ciri irt, Eleventh Judii ial (!ir. Florida, Group One, W. II. has been a resident of cc 1923, He has been iraired in general practice in -•... .IIHI Federal Courts of Florence 1923 and practiced law i i.i.iria previously for twenty. years. He lias been president I i Miami Lions Club. District Governor of Linns. Director of M ami Chamber of Commerce, I '..iinan of the Lailroad Com::••. of the Cluimber of Comi. ami chairman of the Over• ..• Highway commission. He believes that this experience coupled with his common sense ami urteous judicial temperament •y him to fill this office. ijre K, McCaskill, candidate d>te of the • ireuit < 'ourl to Judge Trummell, has a i ( s idenl n!' M iami for U i. Mi • 'askill, : %  • %  than erveil as Itoard n!' Count l • I i; li lie| Counl • f Florida, the Fe eral %  ipi %  me 'ourl of I'nited Stal He a mem. • : he I lade i)unt> and FlorState Bar Associat ioi s. the ill l 'hlU'ch and is a .Mas n. I itw I >avis. candidate for commissioner District No. %  J. !• %  a native Floi idian. a lesideni of Dade County for the past twenty years, and a resident of LittU River since l*.:i. Mr. Davis state; that "The only plank I have my platform is a guarantee that I • %  ...II at ;ill times give due con. C.REETINGS ON PASSOVER sideration to any proposition or project that might in any way benefit my district. I assure the voters if elected to office 1 shall handle the affairs of the offi %  d t'i me. just as I handle my "ii pe inal bu He it one of the organizers and direi tors of the Little River Band and Trust i impany, n member i I.i si i hi istian i 'hurch. Miami Kivvanis Club, Little River Business men's Association and the Masonic Order. Walter r'rnser. candidate for Governor, who spoke in Bayfront Park Thursday to about 5,000 persons at one of the largest rallies of the current campaign, will return here for another speaking engagement soon. In Ins Miami talk, I'ra.-er ud. vocated the $3 tag, u state medical and dental eolleeg far Miami, a state financed publicitj campaign to bring; millions of additional tourists to the state %  year, the repeal of I he |fi rei eipts tax. a ine highwii i xtend %  engl • the %  te, and the estubli •-'•-' HAPPY PASSOVER Margaret Ann Piggly Wiggly FOOD STORES BEST WISHES KOH A HAPPY PASSOVER I Nolan-Peeler Motors, Inc. 1 LA SALLE j I CADILLAC PONTIAC I i i 2044 Biscayne Blvd. | ff D. C. Coleman, candidate foi re-election in the forthcoming prin ii hi b ei a resident of Miami im u 11111) Georgia. II" has bci n sheriff for aim I yeai and his ii in he cstii lishment i I i i : i •' i; eturn "f thouol ilollai'i annually i cess fees to the county in a and tl i det 11 ion ai il delivery to the FBI if h'ranklin Pierce Me. Call, the kidnap slayer of the (ash Bab etc. Under his leadership Sheriff t oleman's deputies have made 71.H5H services of civil papers, and have booked 26,784 persons in the County Jail, both as County and Federal prisoners. He became chief deputy to Sheriff F. P. Lehman in 1929, resignng in 1931 i" a ept the city commissioner's offei of the Miami City managei hip; and in 1933 was appointed sheriff and elected in 1930. Sheriff (oleman's civil department handles the sen ii u of monthly, and the criminal department has lie is a i of PI in i %  .: %  : nal and %  nns. Frank E. Bryant, candidate for judge f the i i cuit Court Bench, I the fact tlat he will artial just ice to this bench b .•> i e hi hat never been led in any City of Miami Mr, Bryant outgth} plat foi m. has s %  ul pn %  oura justice. He has been a resident %  •' the Miami area since I92-"), lives i n Coral Gables in his own home and served on the citj commission in that suburban city. He is the immediate past president of the Dade County Bar Assoeiation, is a member of the American legion. First Christian Church, the Quarterback's Club, Young Democrats Club, and the Coral Gables Chamber of ComRE WISHES FOR PA5SO. V A 1 C. CLE \uv 'J! A HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Jewish Friends C|STRUNS/ a*


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r >PAGE FOURTEEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, AI'RII. 19, i,i MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELI.NER. Rabbi RABBI'L RLS1DBNCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p, m. Friday evening services, S:30 p activity. Those who attend daily services in the .Synagogue can avail themselves of this. STUDY CLASS The Class in Customs and Cere. %  *• monies will discuss exclusively Shabbes: 9 a. m. the Laws of Passover and will Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. be conducted by Rabbi Abraham Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. Gluck. The group will meet twice Maariv: 20 minutes past sunset, daily, in the mornings after the sen-ices and in the evenings bePASSOVER NOTES twee|) Minc h a Bnd Maariv. One of The season of liberation from th( |llost e8Scnt j a | ( i„ties before Egyptian Bondage is once more p eMacn j 8 the disposal of matter with us. Whilst the tragic events fol 1)i( |,|,. n ,-,„. Passover use. hence Of the world prevent us from eelTHK S AI.E OK CHOMETZ ebrating the Hallowed Festival of I'esach with a fully joyous hear' vet the one who trusts in the inRabbl Kellner will conduit the Sale of Chometz and can be reached Saturday night in his morning at 10:30 A. M. to which all Sunday and Hebrew School children and their parents are welcome. Following this we must remember the all important Rules of BDIKAS CHOMETZ The search for the Chometz should be conducted immediately aftei nightfall Sunday and the same should be destroyed Monday morning about 10:46 A. M. A very essential feature of the Pre-Holiday observances is the SIMM BECHORIM Rabbi Kellner will conclude the learning of the tracate Mo\l Koton after the Services Monday morning and parents of first born boys should be in the Synagogue not later than 7:.'!0 A. M The Passover Services in the Syna gogue will commence Monday evening at 6:45 P. M. and Tuesda) morning at 9:00 A. M. We urge that our people remember this. SERMON SCHEDULE Tuesday morning Rabbi Kellner will preach in English at 10:30 A. M. on "The World Enslaved" an.I in the afternoon Rabbi Gluck wi.l preach in Yiddish at 5:30 P. M. on "Preparing for Freedom." Wed nesday afternoon the Rabbi will deliver a discussion on the Laws of the Omar ami Sofira. BAR MITZVAH The Bar Miusvah of Arnold Chapman. Bon of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Chapmar. will be held this Sabbath morning at 10 A. M. in the Synagogue. The parents take Ihis means of inviting their frien h to celebrate with them Saturda> ANNUM. CONFERENCE OF RABBIS SCHEDULED Rabbis and congregations of the late arc being notified thai tin annual conference of Rabbis Bnd Presidents of Florida congregations will be held Su. day. Monday and Tuesday, May .">, 6, and 7. These date.ne to be reserved foi the Rabbinical Conference ami Congregations anurged to co| PASSOVER GREETINGS I operate in Scheduling %  >•'-'.. which will allow the Rabbi i meet for this annual confei Important problems mid gch i lectures are on the agenda • a number of visiting pn.t, will give lectures during the day meeting. Problems of Ho ious education and communal (I ganizati n will be discuss.. I v the Rabbis and Presidents. opening reception will be S ,. u> night, May •*>. with two hincl• %  •.••,. a closing banqUOt and a >;, meeting on Tuesday. BRADY finite ways of the Almighty will honu ._ Sunday morning in the Syn. not lose heart but will instead con-| agogue ||1() Sunday ni^rht in his tinue t.) give expression of Ins Btu dy at home. The most import humble gratitude to our Father ._„, |.. 1SS(1V( | La W8 w jj| bl ,| js and King who has wrought mir. CUSS( (| ,,.„,„ „„. ,, u |)it ,„, aclea for our forefathers in those SHABBOS HAGGADOL days in this season. Ours is the This Saturday mol nin K Rabbi unconquerable hope, the undauntKl llm ,,. wji | prcac h on a tradition,H! courage and resistless deter.,, Ha l acha gu bject as well as a mination to face the onslaughts ot Homilitical discourse on the topour present day Pharoahs and jcg ,„• h< day ,„ or(U r tf|at ou) pray lor the day when the Lord voung 011cs lllav havo a firBt nand will enable us to see His Salva{opiM>ttanity lo observe the Pass-' tion as did the hosts of our people ovel custom!C „.,, .„„„_ as |„ th(l who were redeemed in Egypt. The J);ls| naV( ou| celebration of Passover, its maniCHILDREN'S PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS SACKER TERMITE EXTERMINATORS Free Termite Inspection 1603 S. W. 8th Street 2-16.">— Phone —2-Hi7 'REFRIGERATION 1 | 1 I HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many FriendEmpire Agency 76'a N. K. 1st Street | <; R E E T I N G S PLYMPTONJ i i SERVICE SHOP 1737 N. W. Kith Street Phonee 7-3217 t i I Cabinet Shop Where Furniture and Intel Decorations are Made to Order 172 N. K. 10th Street PHONE 2-125S fold observances and time-honored traditions call for careful observance and close scrutiny, hence the congregation is happy to place the services of their Rabbi at the disposal of the Jewish Community for any and every' Passover problem they may have. In the opinion of our Sages, thirty days were required to acquaint ourselves with numerous Laws of Passover. May we at least devote the last remaining days for this important SEDER This happy celebration will be held in the Synagogue Sunday A HAPPY PASSOVER Acme Supply Co. 131 N. E. Sixth Street .MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS PONY BAR ; 224 North Miami Avenue j : SINCERE WISHES for \ HAPPY PASSOVER I i S. H. KRESS &Co. 5 1025c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETING* Sterling Kitchen Equipment Co. 903 N. E. Isi Avenue Miami. Florida MIAMI, FLORID \ PHONE 2-0128 I PASSOVER GREETINGS j Quigley's Garage 131 Alton Road Miami ISeach PASSOVER GREETINGS I Dr. J. Holden Beckwith i and PASSOVER GREETINGS WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE Professional Building Miami Dr. Jack Beckwith EXODONISTS I Ingraham Building Ml WII. FLORIDA I I L l i Sincere Wishes for a HAPP1 PASSOVER Davidson and Company 1521 West Flagler St. PHONE :(-iiiii7 Fourteen ^ earin Miami SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SWAFFORD'S AUTO PARTS 1288 N. W. 62nd St. MIAMI Phone 7 935 I PASSOVER GREETINGS ONLY THE FINEST THE OCEAN PROVIDES A FULL LINE OF FRESH SEA FOODS EAST COAST FISI IKK IKS 360 Wet Flag] r al Bridge OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS PHONE 3 5514 c *SPECIAL 15-POINT Motor Tune Up All Cars... $1.97 1—Cle.in ,ind reset sp.uk plugs 2—Test compression. 3—Clean and set distributor points. 4 —Inspect and tighten primary wirng. 5—Check and refill battery. 6—Accurately set ignition timing. 7—Adjust Carburetor idle— analyze mixture. 8—Check or set float level. 9—Clean air filter. 10—Test and set generator output. 11 Test and inspect starter switch. 12—Test ring condition. 13—Chock valve condition. 14—Test coil and condenser. 1j—Check fuel pump. Parts Additional — Estimate; Furnished for Other Work Needed United Motors Service Collins Garage 115 S. W. SECOND ST. PHONE 3-7308 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ( | HOMECRAFT CO. | j CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE PASSOVER GREETINGS MIIIIT V( >l I! I'HIKNDs IM-'.UK BALL AND CHAIN BAR DANCING 3647 W. Flagler St. MIAMI | <>p|i isite TOW-IT Theatre I'll:! S. \V. Kightli Sir. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HOWARD JOHNSON'S HOME DRUG CO. 1401 Biscayne Blvd. MIAMI J See GAeam Mfrppu and RalauAant i 1100 Riseayne Boulevard MIAMI 1ii:si W. flagler Si Phone 3 1774 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FACTORY TO YOU CO. MATTRESSES DURING PASSOVER GRADE "A" GOAT MILK | Only Licensed .-,r rt Inspected Goat Dairy in South Fl j A Few Klds For ..? a ly Delivery VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME 722 N. W. 62nd St. MIAMI Phone 7-5860 DR. ELLIOTT'S GOAT DAIRY I | 8900 N. W. 29TH AVENUE 7* w Phone 4-4141 [ — ——.— — — — — .— .-..-_...„...__. ___________ f PHONE 7-2952



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1 PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FIFTY YEARS I CT Continued from Page suddenly died and my fellow :; rectors of the Seminary asked me in temporarily take over the administration HI' the Seminary. This I did nil il]>' in-; of January, 1910 aiul have continued it in this writing. 1 hail from my reading c included that i hiii' was enough main i.-iI concerning tinhistory of the Jews in America to warrant the formation of a society for the collection ami study •'! this matei ial. I consulted various friends about Seminary because I have told about this recently elsewhere, though the opportunity, and I may say also the duty, of seeing that the institution was again put it particularly Dr. Herbert B. Adon its feet devolved on me, and 1 ( ms lno distinguished professor -.pent the best part of three years „,American History at Johns m this task, acting as fund gathHopkins University. I received a good deal of encouragement ami erar, president of tinboard ol directors, chairman of the building committee, ami in any other capacity that happened to be nee. BSSary. Every week for these three years I came from Washington for hall' a week to stay in New York. By 11*05 this institution. I thought, awell established. Dr. Schechtei was president, both of the faculty and the I oi poration, Louis Marshall chairman of the b iard of directors, and I retired again to my work at the Smithsonian Institution. Then Moses Aaron Dropsie died, and his will provided for ohe foundation of a college in Philadelphia for Hebrew ami cognate learning, My colleagues summoned me t> thai task and insisted that I should come t %  Philadelphia t ganize the i I had nevei thought lo leave the Smithsonian Institution, in I'.ut I think I am the only person who ever held a hi>rh po. sition there wl esigi ed, anil r, was a very haul parting for me. Nevertheless, wi had come to a time in tie world when I thought 1 ought in give all my enei g> Jewish affairand this I naturally could nut iln along a1 was an official at the Smiths Hence, in 1908 I removed my family to Philadelphia and n iw for thirty years 1 have been administering the Dropsie College. In November. 1915, Dr. Schechter PASSOVER GREETINGS HOTEL NORFOLK IN THE HEART OF MIAMI Fi lendly — Reasonable Efficient D BROWN. Mqr hail drawn up a circular for a rail to a meeting m the autumn of 1890, but my sudden departure for the Orient put a stop to that ami I cancelled the circular, However, in 1892 I renewed the pro ject and as a result of this call the American Jewish Histoi ii al Society was founded, Dscai St ranlie, ami' its first iil • and I its first secretary. hiretirement, 1 think lie served years, 1 was president %  %  that organization for twenty L) • i ally years of the Publi 'at am Society. I gavi a: deal of attention I The early books were | Baltimore ami Miss I lei riettti Sz hi and I "ore adei I iiembel part ulai Ij of Graetz's History of the Jew s. At ii.. %  V and 11 fl ipposition thi ic wa WISHI\G VOU A HAPPY PASSOVER H () M E Auto Supply Co. 1756 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 28817 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CHAMBERLAIN Weatherstrip Co., Inc. 507 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 3-2151 — MIAMI ; ii BEST WISHES TO OIK jr. WISH FRIENDS 1111 M HAPPY PASSOVER from the Royal Palm Club MIAMI'S LARGEST AMD FINEST SUPPER CLUB I establishe I the American Ji -'<• k'eai Bool and 1 edited thi few \ olunn -. Two pro i '.v, i-i carried thr ugh by the Jew %  ish Publication through the genei Ii, Schiff, espi ciall; engn me. The first was ihi new lish translation of the Ml which I was chairman. This work took seven years and a great deal of time to go into it. It is the most widely circulated book is sued by the Jewish Publication Society. Later the Jewish Classics series, of which Dr. Schechtei was appointed chairman and of which on his death I succeeded, was held up by the War, but since thai time some seventeen volume* have been issued in Hebrew text and English translation. I have for more than fiftj tears been interested in the tragedy of the Russian Jews and win i I was a student in the I of Pennsylvania, in 1821, fi bearing Jews from Russia i adelphia. I think 250. houses in West Philn were made' available by the I' a Railroad. 11 w sis i ea b; to the I'niversity of Pennsylvania and in the afternoon I PASSOVER GREETINGS A-l Tire Company D.iyton "Thorobred 11 1 WM. W. GRAFE. Owi \. W. 7th Ave. & '4th St CREETINGS I I VILLAGE PHOTO SHOP I I Photo Fintshinq and Mima j Developing Service *2J ESPANOLA WAY I MIAMI BEACH I PASSOVER GREETINGS H0NKY TONK BAR ?673 BIRD AVENGE COCONUT GRCvE PASSOVER GREETINGS W. PAUL MEREDITH CONSTRUCTION ENGiNbLR LAND SURVEYOR DRAFTING SERVICE tCH N. W. 7 r jth Street PHONE 2-4727 PASSOVER GREETINGS Edsinger Hotel 1244 Ocean Drive MIAMI I'.KA. II BAGGAGE TRANSFER JONES Miami Beach Express Co. 71* *th Street — Miami Beach PHONE 3.3707 ATTENTION PASSOVKK SHOPPERS PAT SELECT POULTRY Capons — Fowls — Soft Roasters — Fryers Broilers Properly Dressed and Cut Up to your order—at prices you can afford to pay KAHHI TO KILL POULTRY According to Jewish Law Frosh Florida Select Eggs J. L. SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO, 317 N. W. 5th St, PHONE 2-3508 to these bui'dings and try to teach the you gei Knglish so that it might their way. Vt thi f the Kisl ,-ery much wi til that and eompili rail il \ America K bin it had a useful e • 'great fund was collected and ver; ily brought together at that time. and after the legitimate claim of over} person that was injured was satisfied, there was still left siderable sum. The work was un dertaken in an unorganized w \ SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE !32t S. W. 4Cth Avenue Phone 4.2914 Coral G.ililes PASSOVER GREETINGS l)H. R. S. AKKRS DENTIST AND ASSOCIATES 1764 N W. 36th St —Ph. PASSOVER GREETINGS T MR. and MRS. JOSEP H R STEIN A HAPPY PASSOVER M. L. MARCUS CO. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY Prompt Delivery LoeM Prices 41 West Fl.igler Street PHONE 2. 1661 (IHKKTINCS S. M. Perkins I • %  nliai PASSOVER GREETINGS Charcoal WP-ICI Anthl I Bituminous and Smithing Coil F ,.-l Oils — Oil Burners Restaurant Rai Bo il< Agents tor Iron Fireman St JOHNSON COAL & OIL UJ N E. 8th St .it Q.iy PJO D. I,-. PHONE 2 Nights Sund Holidays PHONE 2.5604 FRIDAY, APRIL 19. MIA Mr. Ja oli II. Schiff, n, I us L. Siil/i,,.,. II : %  hi at Mr. S 'hi rial gathi aiil %  an it ion s hould be disl 1 I II SINCERE GREETINGS FO = A HAPPY PASSOVER H. M. CASSELL FISH MARKET I 2241 N. E. Second Avem | MIAMI. FLORIDA P \SKOVER GREETING* T-SQUARE & TRIANGLE CO. Il.'i Rspanola Waj Miami Iteach, Plortdu A HAPPY PASSOVER .Miami Ornamental Iron Works, Inc. JOSEPH C FITZGERALD Phone 26845 S. W. 6th Streel THE CODY CO. STORE AND RESTAURAN t QL IPV1LNT th Miami Ave PHONE 2 PASSOVER GREETINGS IT TAN .MOTORS C. B. TUTAN Dodge Dodge Trucks Plymouth ."• Minorca Avenue Phone 4 7641. Coral G.i -. A MOST HAPPY PASS State Electric Co. MAX KASSELMAN Electrical Contractors I ill Sixlli Sir, I'llONK "i 'i.1 .Miami Iti-iich WOLPERT' \ FURNITURE* BARGAINS! %  • "W Refuse To Be Undersold T 1 i • ?*'• ••' 155 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3 4132 WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE DA I RV PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach RABBI ABAHAM A KELLNER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation GRADE "A" MILK SWEET BUTTIIR— SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NOIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US LOR I DAIRIES C PHONE 2 2G21 ----(Turn 2f,34 N, MIAMI AVE



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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940 PAGE TWO l[^<.^^^j>g^^SS^^<-^!i^S-?:-SS^SS=^*=e' THE JEWISH FLORIDlA lf X SOCIAL ACTIVITIES JAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor \\ BODING SOLEMNIZED The marriage of Miss Rthcl i, •., Paul A Galbut took ing in the patio Hotel. Th %  cer mi i ,iffii iatc I by Rabbi M< Mes.holoff with the assistance of Cantor Maurice Mamches, an orrhestra and a soloist, Following i hr ceremony a banquet was held. %  • BROTHER ATTENDS RABBI'S CEU5BRATION Celebrating his sixty-fifth birthday. hi> twentieth year :is Rabbi nf Temple Emanu-El of 1'alias. Texas, and the fortieth annivers. ary >>f his ordination as a Rabbi, Dr. David Lefkowitz, was honored at a dinner Thursday evening at the Baker Hotel, <>f Dallas. Texas The banquet was tendered to Dr. Lefk rwiti by hij i-ongregation and was attended by Jewish and Gentile leaders in Dallas' business, civic, religious and social life. Dr. Lefkowit* was presented with a watch and chain and Mrs. Lefkowitz was also given a token, an oil portrait of her husband David Lefkowitz, Jr.. youngest -on of the Rabbi, and also assistant rabbi of Temple Kraat.u El. cave the invocation while the principal speaker of the evening was Dr. Julian Morganstern, president of Hebrew Union College where Dr. Lefkowitz reeived His ordination and Rabbinical degree in 1900 Members of the family present were their children. Mr and Mrs. Harry James Lefkowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Florence, Mr. and Mrs. i u %  itz, Mr. and Mrs David Lefkowitz. Jr. Alsa attending l-efkoMEETING ( U.I.KD \, boys and girls from the ages of 1to 18 years interested in joining the Drum and Bugle ( rps Of the Jewish War Veterans are invited t" attend the meeting Monday. April 29th at 7:30 at the V. F. W. Home, S W. 16th Ave and L'Tth St, Miami. Instruction, in. Btructors, instruments and uni forms will bo furnished free i charge to those interested • • • ENTERAINS M SHOWER Mrs. Harry August and Mrs. Samuel August were joint hostesses recently at a personal shower honoring Miss Marjorie Predinger, bride elect of Al Selman. at the formers' home. 720 S. W. L'Sth Road. About forty guests were present and Mrs. Paul Lubin assisted in serving the refresh ments The honoree was the recipient of many beautiful Rifts. Mrs. Joe Barchan was hostess Saturday afternoon at her home. 1303 S W. 3rd St. at a luncheon in honor of Miss Marjorie I'redinger. Follow-in* the luncheon mah joiiR and various card games were played. Miss PredinRer was presented with many attractive gifts. GUEST SPEAKER Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner was the guest speaker at the n meeting of the Miami Chapt -r of Junior Hadassah Monday evening, April 15th, a: the Coloi y Hotel, Miami Beach Mrs. Kellner discussed "NonJewish Viewpoints on Palestine." and reviewed the following books. "Personal History." by Vincent Shcean. "Inside Asia." by .1 hn Gunther. and "Days of Our Years.' by Pierre Van Passen. • • • VISITS ll i i; iMr. .!. Klot7. of New York arrived in Miami to join his wife who has been vacationing here, for the Passover Holidays. He will visit with his daughter and son-in-law. Mr and Mis. Joseph Mann. • • REPRESENTS SOKORIIA The Iota Chi Sorority has eh sen M;ss licrnico Miller to represent them in the May Queen Con test sponsored by the Junior Hadassah at their annual May Day Dance May 19th at the Wofford Hotel. \\\( \l. DONORS DINNER SUNDAY Th, annual Donors Dinner sored by the Miami I haptei Hadassah will b< held Sundaj eveing, April 21, a: B o'clock at" the i arroussel. Miami Reach. aing dinner dancing wi 1 take place with music rumish d by a prominent orchestra. All members who have not made reervations are requested to do i immediately. MisIda Safer, chairman, is assisted by Misses Harriette Damcnstein and Rosalyn Klein BEACH MIZRACH1 PLAN PICNIC The men's and women's ions of the Miami Beach M./.rachi are complet •• — piars for a I-n.' B'Omer picnic in celebratii their firsi anniversary. D ta I will be pul %  -• MISS STONE MARRIED TO VI. GOLDM VN The marriage of Miss Ruby Stone, daughter f Mrs. • 'elia stone of N,w York, and Al Goldman, Miami Reach, took place last week with Rabbi Colman Zwitman performing the ceremony. At. tending the wedding and reception which followed were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rokow, Mr and Mrs. Leon Sh r, Mrs. Mildred Rosenblat, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Foo, Mr. anil Mrs. Joel Pike. MisDoris Foo. The couple iresiding at Miami Beach END STAY Mr. and Mrs .lack Lewis will turn to their home in Baltimore, Md on May 1st, after having spent the winter at The Park ( tral Hotel. Miami Reach. PASSOVER GREETINGS Electric Sales and Service Co. 1550 N. E. 2nd Avenue Wishing All A HAPPY PASSOVER JOSEPH J. RAWLSON Interior Decorator and Upnoltterr 157 Wet Flaqler Street PHONE 3-895S PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCi-E 00. •S. W. 8th 81 imi 623 Washington Avenue 1 lldmi Beach GREETINGS HALCYON PHOTO FINISHING II \l.i Vi IN \KC \l 'I. finishing Specialist! in Fine Grain Developing and "Candid" Camera ROOMS 275-6-7 I t t t t I I t I I t t t ( t t I .OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday Unsurpassed in detail of pre. paration — service—cuis.ne refinement and hospitality. Breakfast. Luncheon and Dinner, as well as a la c :.e. opcciai rates for the entire Passover Week. Morton S. Fagan n %  ^nt Sader Ritual will be conducted on hoth nights by Louis Hayman i Ten BETH DAVID 265 \. E. SECOND STREET *— PHON If You Want to Get KOSHER PASSOVER D A I R Y P R 0 I) U C T S This Is the Only Jewish Dairy in Miami SEABOARD DAIRY Louis Jacobskind, Prop. PHONE 8-221 1 Kashrus Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAH7 1 A. KELLNER RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF > BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SAM BEN SERVICE STATION =,22 MERIDIAN AVENUE Phone 5-9525. Miami Beach We Garry a Complete Line of GOODMAN'S MATZOS AND PRODUCTS For Passover \ lull Line >f Hebrew National Products Kosher for Passover TTOD^ nvi/3 SPECIAL PRICES FOR PASSOVER" FALK'S DELICATESSEN 345 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2 0760 1



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f i" \(;K TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 1H, i9j 0 Our Sport World by lrv Kupcinet TIAY BALL" The cry of "Play Ball" is still ringing in our elephantine ears, -.• we arc going to list the Jewish player* and executives in the two i ; leagues. Everywhere we ^i' and we have been told where ;•> ;:" by numerous readers we have encountered the same two -: "Who are the Jewish iy< rs i'i the maj rs," and, "How wi I they gel along this season?" .. w th one fell swoop, we intend to rut down both queries in pie '. When you have ;i task fat-inn you, gel righl down i it; hat what we always The • are, al the present HI it. (i 'V ictlj net in Jewish players %  the ma jors. ,ii\ hied e> enly b •American and the Na. eajcues. You may wondei how we can drt de seven evenly til tvi (plain that one of the PIS is M • %  Berg, and Moe re-ii'i :, player. He's a coai h, and a darn jroo.i o e, too, Bui Moe can play in a pinch. .-> ri< { take i Moe himself, if hato be .i pinch to get him into activi seii He kidhimself go tig through all the rigors spi ing : raining t i L r .'t in shape r or '"that" game h'' igoing to atch in September. Here h the official list: Red Sox Moe Berg. ..!'..cati hei. I'lowland Indians Moe Berg, %  tcher. Detroit "I'if Hank Green-' bi > g, oul fielder. Washington, Senators-Charles'j e w j g R ChaUtaUqUa Buddy Meyer. Jr.. second base Society Represented in Florida This Year The Jewish Chautauqua Society will soml a representative int" a Klorida college for thfirst time man. Now York Giants— Harry Da lining, catcher. I hiladolphia Phillies Morris Aniovich, outfielder, and Ed Levy, first baseman. There, my blue-eyed bleacher bugs, i.s the complete list of Jewihig year when Rabbi David Z eish big leaguers; the list may l] nka of Congregation Schaari '/. %  changed by the time this gets into dek Temple in Tampa will address print, in any time thereafter, foi Levy is a rookie who may fail t make the maj >r grade. a veteran any time who may and Myei be ti \Yu York mate aim of iWNSi Hi. The ulli 1 7 lllenibel s of the Christian Front, s( i trial in Brooklyn Kedei 1 < charged with conspiring t %  ovi tin mi by foi i .• the I'nited Stati Government, was to incit. t'11 Je s to riot i %  have "a rev • and a counter revolution." Th as h %  statement made to Man i B. I ampbell and the jurj by Dennis A. Healy, an exmachine gunner of the .New York National Guard, who te-tified that he I a ided mini '•i us nice) ings of the a< plotters, meanwhile Keeping the I e • ra Bureau of Investigation infoi med of ei ei'. de\ i ment. the students and (acuity of Rollins College in Winter Park Sun day morning. April 2L ill the i :,•Memoi ial < 'hapcl. The JcwiiCi ( hautauqua Society is sponsored by the National federation of Temple Brotherods of which Men's Club ol I el of Miami is a con. -tituenl member. The Soi i \ seeks to promot %  a better in star,.I: I • .I.'wish con i oi among i on-Jewish %  I e %  youth anil this year will reach l'{."> colleges in ll states with a spe iking staff ol close to l abbis in iiaiI • ol the count ry. i (r: ed in IKM, ihe Society has been sending speakers to universities anil colleges since IOIHI to preshows an increase of .10 per cent in* the number of schools visited and this year will reach the highest number in its forty seven years of history. Passcover Greetings I I Robert Fitch Smith! I I I i I 2942 S. W. 27th Ave. | I I ARCHITECT RABBI 11 W 11 >Ni\ \ liolarlj ecture* m phases Jew ish literature, histoi %  philosophy. I'nder the sponsoi ship of the National Kederation i f Temple Brotherhoods thi Society A HAPPV PASSOVER A L L I E I) Sign Studios 1360 N E. t.t Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA • To Our M.iny Friends We | Extend Best Wishes for ; A HAPPV PASSOVER I Umbrella Garage • i FLOWERS FOR PASSOVER AND FOR ALL OCCASIONS GLARANTEED FRESH CLT FLOWfcHS BV WIRE FORTY FIRST ST. FLOWER SHOP 423 PHONE 5.7527 I1 St. Miami Bench CHAS. PELTON. Prop. 1305 20th Street PHONE 5 "7CK MUSI HAHfV PASSOVLR I Charley's News j PASSOVBR GREETINGS S. ERNEST PHILPITT and SON Musical instruments 3b \. MIAMI AVENUE "ASSOVER GREETINGS f H 0 LLOWA A UPHOLSTERING CO. 1702 N. W. 15th ST, ROAD PASSOVER GREETINGS Beers Photo Co. Commtrcial & Marina Photos 212 N E. -ith Street •We Go Any Place. Any Time' I Current M.g Films and Develrpo-rj iv |i|< •. I.in, Smokers Supplies Stationery—Racing Periodicals 1434 Washington Avenue Ph. 5.3179. Miami Beach, Fla. Aiifflfc 1 THE OUTLE T STORES 1125 S. W. 8th Street MIAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS Wisteria Fruit Co. 30C East Flagler Street M iami PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO., Inc. ••We Top Them All" "The Responsible Roofers" BEEN AT IT SINCE 1919 222 N. W. 26th Stieet PHONE 2-3795 U.S. SENATOR DfMOCRATIC PIIMARY MAY 1940 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL !£ j u i) (; E W. F. BLANTON y< PASSOVER GREETINGS CORAL WAY POTTERY & CHINA, INC. 2931 CORAL WAY Florida's Most Beautiful Display of POTTERY AND CHINA for HOVE. GARDEN, APARTMENT GIFTS DINNERWARE—IN PA8TEL8 A FAIRYLAND OF COLOR OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAYS MAILING DEPARTMENT PHONE 473*7 MAY ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS DAIRY PRODUCTS Strictly Kosher for Passover nosb na (irade "A" Milk Sour Cream Sweet Butter Cottage Cheese I'nder the Supervision of RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami liearh RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNBR of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation WE ALSO HAVE BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS Obtainable at Your Grocery Store or from a Southern Dairies Milkman SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. PHONE 2-8431 I I FOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Dade Refrigerating Co., Inc. 17S2 N. W. 20th Slreet PHONE Day 2 7868 } KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER M I A M I WRECKING CO. 132 N W. 20th STREET INC. 37th 8t and Normal Are. CHICAGO, ILL. Deiieioaa Corned Beef I'irkled. Cooked and Smoked Meata DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELIt ATESSEN New ObtaiMble Everywhere is Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS • I' M I A M I MOTOR SALES 840 West Flagler Street PHONE 3 4901 SINCERE WISHES FO-: A HAPPY PASSOVER 6ADDIS PAINT CO. Paints and Painters Supplies 150 West Flagler Street Miami Phone 2-1800 PASSOV; R GREETINGS FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF LIGHTING FIXTURES LIGHTMAKERS, Inc. LIGHTING FIXTURES FROM CHASE-VERSONL IG H TOL I E R-FR A M BU RG. ETC. 1730 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AMPLE PARKING PHONE 3-5292 A HAPPY PASSOVER-WE LL BE SEEIN YOU AT VICK'S BAR AIR CONDITIONED 35 N. E 2nd Avenue Miami Floi da f ,; ". Q. Make ll Yours! THURBER MJNCER WARD MINCER *",; PASSOVER GREETINGS Flagler Mirror Plate Glass Co. Glass for All Purposes Mirrors Vitrolite i^^!!l!L!^ Phone 2-8584 A SMOOTH TIRE IS NOT A SAFE TIRE EMERSON TIRE CO wHOL E sAL; :v ''T ----r;;;-,:-r;:^f ; EXT^' F,R8T AVENUE PHONE 3-5,0. -TENDS BEST w.SHES FOR A HAppy „„ J^^_^^£A^ SERVICE WE GROW RETAIL



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rKIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 9 HILLEL HI-LITES AT THE U. OF F. by Stanley It. Richard %  .nil Fuchs of St, Peters. represented Florida I ,ii the national Finals f the || oratorical contest held in (ro on Friday evening;, April wm his way ." Li:.iiu by winning the local com. held between the LTniverf Florida and the Florida si • i llepe Hillel Societies. the sei ond year Hillel will i 11'.'I 'ussovei Seder I'm n ish students at the L'niver Rabbi Kichhorn will have i' the services. As pan of mining program there will %  il speaker and Hillel keys awarded to those members %  • earned them. Thi Beta Delta ilininj i d. I'nivei I i I N %  .1 CARD PARTY TO BE GIVEN I in.Miami ( hapter of Senior Hadassah will sponsor ;, card party for the benefit "I" the Jewish National Fund Friday afternoon, May 3rd at the IK. me of Mrs. Nathan Rosen. Details will he pud. lished in next week's issue. PA O F, TWENTY THREE ^" M *^ !" MI J — twenty yean. He is an advocator (it sports and fair play and was one of the sponsors for the Orange Bowl. Mr. McElya believes that the only platform that is honest, conscientious and democratic is to gel what the people want and to protect them from unfair and vicious Aeis sought to be enacted by private or Special int. 'rests ami selfish politicians. He also does not believe that a Representative should use his position to punish his politieal enemies or reward his friends al the expense of the Mi Max M. Singer will he glad public. to meet all his friends, and the friends of Han Chappell al the Beach headquarters of Han I pill for Stale Senator, Til 5th Street. .Miami Beach. J'OLITICA L B R I E F S Not i;McElya. candidate for State Legislature Croup No. One, %  lung Hen a t, i ame to Florida in IJI02 and has practiced law in Miami for twenty-oi e yeai -. Ih ha i,. %  ,, u i,,. | „!,,( SEASONS GREETINGS M. DRUCKER AND FAMILY Drucker's Jewelry 1053 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-3774 ,1 I PASSOVER GREETINGS I BON TON CLEANERS %  RL. DAUGHERTY I J-Ai; : I n pi.mt ond O" •J W. FIFTH AVE. I I %  %  ) 1 J C T t : .. • i ( • %  I : .. edil :i\v;i • %  ,', won tl ii -..| io I .. I and I' i : i ."., %  %  I l iberg i i Rouse of Art l i i ii i 1 Jewelry ..NCOLN ROAD Greetings j. c DCVO;RE OLINS USED CAR SERVICE N PASSOVE* :\GS SMITTY S DAY & NIGHT GARAGE •COURT i '! GREET N ... ,. %  .:• man Motors R B. I\G V •. I :.. '!. >!>Wv!> i i "• E N S ill Liquor Store i NOS H A R B 0 R PLY WOO D C O R V %  %  %  I El %  : RIC CO. I (iKKKTINO.s MR. AND MRS. A. W. HCOVER G %  i IDE PRODUCTS i NC, .-. lit STREET I • :-ACH I I I ( • iSOVI i: GRLETINGS My Jewish Frier Martin Hampton ARCHITECT 431 W. 41st Street MIAMI BEACH. FLA. I I I ( I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD QUALITY PLUS SERVICE R. J. GARLICK Service Stations I I I l 301 S. W 2nd AVENUE 1701 N. W. 7th AVENUE 318 N. E. 13th STREET Sincere Wishes For A HAPPY PASSOVER BISCAYNE TENT & AWNING CO. 245 S. W. 6th Street PHONE 36248 -41 — 41st St.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3719 ) I j PASSOVER GREETINGS j I j j I I Henry R. Chase 1'IUK CHIEF V S. AS HER NATIONAL TITLE CO I I' GREETINGS SHI MM MANUFACTURING I? ANY i FASTER SERVICE '. i ;i I !ii forms U Washington, New York and the Ez:t N i %  ~ All His f A HAPPY PASSOVER A HAPPY PASXOVKU AUTO BRAKE AND SERVICE CO. 17.;i Wesl Klnglcr St. .MIAMI. FLORIDA (JRHKTINGS William Maher FLORIDA'S PIONEER, STAINLESS-STEEL, STREAMLINED COACH TRAIN Modern travel luxury al low coarh late-. IX I ra lo N< York. \r conditioned. Dining C..ir: Tavern l^ar: Lounge-Obsertation ar. Kadio. \ll seal" reserved— no extra eo-i. Lv. Jacksonville ,l.ul\ al 1:1' IV lor New York, klso three other air-condilioned trains to the bam ilu>! NEW OVERNIGHT SERVICE TO HAVANA, VIA MIAMI W SS. I .oi^,-line." Large*!, fustcsl ^lii|i in this service* Connects -i n Seaboard trains. Reduced through fares. Consult J. Kenealy,G.P.A.,233 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Phone: 5-0465. ^•ZZZA \ ( If



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* PAGE TWENTY-SIX WORLD WIDE FRIDAY, APRIL 19. HID NE Washington 1WNS) Representative Martin Dies, chairman of the House Committee Investigat. injt un-American Activities, drew the ire this week of Congressman Samuel Dickstein and Vito Marcantonio, lmth of New York, who suggested that the Dies Commit tee devote more attention to other phases of un-American activities Speaking on the floor of the House. Rep. Dickstein declared that Nazis in this country constituted a far more serious menace, than Hies was inclined to think and demanded that a thorough nvestigaton of American Nazis and anti-Semites be made immediately. Rep. Marcantonio demanded that the Hies Committee conduct an investigation of the Ku Klux Klan "if it is really interested in un-American activities." Rep. Dies denied that the House Committee has refused to investigate the K. K. K. but did not say whether any investigation would be made. Rep. Marcantonio charged that there has been a revival Of K. K. K. activities in Baltimore and cit ed in support of his charge the fact that six fiery crosses were Been recently in Baltimore. He said als i that many persons had received threatening letters from the K. K. K Jerusalem WNS-Palcor Agency) Somewhere in Palestine a whole city has just been brought into being. All details as to its whereabouts, its purpose, its potential inhabitants whether it is to be a civil or a military center have been withheld by the official censor, who has however permitted the revelation that the complete task of building the new city was accomplished in the space Of ten Weeks. A great gathering of Jewish and British and Arab inhabitants assembled at an unidentified spot in Palestine to celebrate the comple tion and inauguration of this nameless city unidentified by any specific appellation to the outside w orld. On this occasion it was an nounced that Solel Boneh, the Contracting Bureau of the Histadruth Jewish Federation of La bor) has recently carried out various public works involving an expenditure of 400,000 p unds sterling and employing foui thousand workers. PASSOVER GREETINGS M I A M 1 CONSERVATORY j 1739 N. Bayshore Drive MIAMI WOMEN'S CLUB PHONE 2-5835 MIAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS M A R I N E L L O BEAUTY SHOP 147 N. E. 1st STREET Phone 3-1954 MIA'.' I PASSOVER i : GREETINGS GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 Silver 3luff Avenue CORAL GABLES |i PASSOVER GREETINGS PATRICK McCARL 1425 North View Drive SUNSET ISLE NO 1 MIAMI BEACK A HAPPY PASSOVER LAFAYETTE HOTEL IRVING SOLITER 944 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS SEYBOLD BAKING CO. CLAUS DANIELSON 315 N. W 20th STREET PHONE 2-511" PASSOVER GREETINGS I EPICURE MARKET, INC. j 1656 Alton Road Phone 5.6783 Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS OVERSEAS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, INC. 21 S. W. N. RIVER DRIVE PASSOVER GREETINGS Kantro Nursery 3155 S. W. 23rd Street PHONE 44804 • •+ PASSOVER GREETINGS HARRY S KEY SHOP j Safe. Gun and Lock Experts Now At 3525 N. W. 17th Avenue All.tpatt.ih. Florida A HAPPY PASSOVER SURFSIDE BARBECUE 7305 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS HUB DRY GOODS MORRIS RUBIN 129 N. Miami Avenue PASSOVER GREETINGS JACK LEVIN S ONE STOP} SERVICE TENNESSEE and CAROLINA TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA I A HAPPY PASSOVER TA-MIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO. JOSEPH MERO 1277 S. W. 8th Stieet [ REV. J. MALEK~~j Experienced MODEL PASSOVER GREETINGS DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street Phone 2-9335 PASSOVER GREETINGS Compliments of MIAMI BEAC H FIRST NATIONAL B A N K LINCOLN AND ALTON ROAD8 MIAMI BEACH ) BlGotRBi,.'ihA PHONE 2 0828 308 N. W. 16th Ave. | PASSOVER sol TIIK A ST FLORIDA'S ONLY CANDIDATE FLORIDA'S NEXT OUR NEIGHBOR B. F. PATY offers a -ane a".(l ii :.-l rUCtivc plan HE SAYS: No Additional Taxes Definite Pension Funds Subsistence Homesteads Lower Freight Rate* State Civil Service Nine Months of School Public Utilities Regulation A Reforestation Program State Advertising Bureau An Adequate Road Program Everglades National Park A Fair Deal for Labor N*w Industries More Payroll* Fish and Game Conservation Everglades Fire Control GOVERNOR— VOTE FOR and SUPPORT B. F. PATY ( Paid Political Advertisement PASSOVER GREETINGS H. M. SMOKER'S GARAGE 127 N. E. 7th STREET MIAMI LOANS S A V I N G S .SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Loans Made From $50 to $5,000 REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES Members of Federal Depos.t Insurance Corporation MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK THE BANK l-'ni; TIIK INDIVIDl'AL 46 WEST FLAGLER STREET W0RTH A DLVfE A HAPPY PASSOVER OPEN ALL SUMMER Mutnentic CHINESE SUPPER 00* %%St 85C ffMfTlfltM rftW* l-ftlt oade Boulevard at West Avenue Cocktail* from 25c CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD MIAMI BEACH Sincere Wishes to All Our Jewish Friends and Customer* for a HAPPY PASSOVER BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD SILVER SEAL CAKES 259 N. W. FOURTH STREET. MIAMI, FLORIDA



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h V I P \CK TWENTY.TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. APRIL 19, I >i, \ Bf FEDERATION TO HGL ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING nual mcmbi rship me< I ing of ihe Greater Miami I I ion pf Ji \\-i.-li \\ i Ifai e Pun be held W< A 24th is. aninc I: of the McA Hoi Miami. 30 P. M. i: -.ill bo made by the pres Stanley ('. Meyers, campaign chairman, Bar n de Hirsch M< j er, I er Sam Blank and the executive Bei i etai y, Miss Beulah B. < lodw i Unfinished ss will hi' discussi i followed by the tion of online, Comm I." will be madi bj Isidoi < "| "Wei : : "1'ro!.' ; W :'li.-j;.\' and I>uplie:itii %  irjrai 1 '.. Albert Pa M. II. \. 1 i V'ei u M .. Si tioi 1 \'. %  to pi I I'OLITI C A L B R I E V S %  N II %  \ ion post, \ i B .: C'haml mei • i • PASSOVER GREETINGS J ALBURY ELECTRIC CO 1 'i %  CJovi .. I when "1 %  %  %  %  I I I .: IVntral I entirely i %  unothi %  I All I i Make Reservations F t Passover Sedarim NEMO HOTEL ill. Oi MIAMI BEACH Phone 5 31 I ; that I GKKK i: (JET YOl'H I ISH VI I III BAKER FISH COMrA' \l a> i the llesl \l aj I PHONE -' i :t S. >'. 2nd Aw. and the Kit %  %  %  OUTH P CO. I 605 S. W. 36tn Cou t PHONE PASSOVER GREETINGS Dr. Roy S. Ellsworth DENTISTRY Dentil X R.iy Diagnosis 8089 Congress Bldg. Hotel Blackstone BEACH EXTENDS TO ALU ITS FRIENDS HEARTY PASSOVER GREI U! PA RKI: KENNE1 IN A MIAMI re ( ;. .i. \i • iwi. i n i %  > N PASSOVER CRLbTINGS F SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE A (i E N C V INGRAHAM BUILDING M IAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS H E R N E S T OV E R S T R E E T YOUR STATE R E PRESENTATIVE PASSOVER GREETINGS O'NEILL & 0 R R Construction Co. COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH | PASSOVER GREETINGS | I I I i I I I Old Heidelberg i • i 151 S. E. 2nd Bti MM I:I;I: WISHES TO "ii; .u:\vis! i EiUENDs Eon A HAPPY PASSOVER JESSE P. MONTZ GENERAL CONTRACTOR Have a "MONTZ-BUILT" Home PHONE 5 1121 Sixteenth -MIAMI UKAl'lI N CH RISTOPH ER M () T O RS PLYMOUTH O E S 0 T 0 15 Years Cot : Growth Your I i tion 1200 N. E. 2nd Av r.ue P! ls '* EXTEND Till: HAM) i .l."\\ snip AM) i.i it i|) Wll.l. T' i Al.i. '%  1-RlK.Ni s VXD \i ,MA:\ r \\, i A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER : i: K. I). HARRIS GREETINGS BEUTEL'S SOLAR HEATER %  ". ORPOPATED I %  l. FL• end, %  S: WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER THE SIM R 531 N • UEXT WISllKs |.'()|{ .\ HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTHERN DAIRIES Locally Produced Milk Ice Cream Cottage Cheese Quality Dairy Products and Cultured Sour Cream BREAKSTONE PRODUCTS PHONE 2-8431 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS I I PASSOVER GREETINGS EXCELLENT FOOD — MODERATE PRICES HOLLEMAN'S The Food The Service The Price Incomparable BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DDNNER I lih Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Riverside Laundry.and Linen Supply, Inc 464 WEST FLAGLER STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA DRV CLEANING LAUNDRY AND LINEN SUPPLY SERVICE FOR HOTEL INSTITUTION AND THE HOME PHONES: 3-7454 MIAMI BEACH 5-7371 FT. LAUDERDALE 800 PHONE IC 1 1 i i 1 1 1



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FRIDAY, APRIL l!. mo THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I' \(.K TWENTY.FIVE WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS Amstedam (WNS) Fears were expressed in Jewish circles in Bel. Kium and Holland thai the Nazi war machine would invade the low countries in a new ''blita— kfiejc" similar to thai which marked the occupation of Den. mark. These fears were heightened by broadcast fr in Copenhagen in which the Nazis announced a %  -A glorious era" and said that the 1 lanes had been liberated from "Jewish domination." It was learned here that many prominent Jewish citizens in (' penhagen wen' arrested immeditely after Nazi occupation. One report here which could not 1,1 confirmed said that the Chief Rabbi of Copenhagen approached King Christian of Denmark and pleaded for their release. King i hristian listened sympathetically, n was said, and intervened in their belli It v. ieat tied also i liat Jew s in .: I, have been making desi, ute at tempts to escape into At presen. writing there i a) pi nximatelj 7,200 Jews in l> iiinark. 1.200 of them refugees u Germany. Igh at the time of this dis tlie Nais arc not yet in i iimpli ti conti I of Norway, an of what is II store for .lew> there was seen i:i a (ierman a-1 from i 'openhagi n in Ji ws w ei e at I a, ked and dent Hambra of the Norwe' I'm ...inn III. wh.i has opposed to the invacl ng w as ralli d a Jew. The \ izi %  s are arresting re I nil Gel many as s on as they ocnew .ei i lory, normal Jewish popul Ulll and Holland has been ; i) approximately 5, Jewish refugees from German] d other Nazi-held territories. %  %  i than 20.000 Jewish refugees in the Netherlands iiximately 2~>,00() in Belli emigi an in. S nndii ai i:i trap several hund I ill i who eavi foi Amsterdam II on the same day VOTE K".)R \M Urn io i; COMMISSIONER COUNTY D' trict No 2 DADE COUNTY ICO', For Townsend Plan A Native Flordian 20 Years in Dade County 17 Years in District 2 Subject to Democratic Primary. \lav 1940 11' ml Political Adv. i TO "MAKESHIFT" WATER HEATING METHODS* Tlr Stop fussing with a "part time" Hot Water Supply ... at "lukewarm* or "dangerously ho'i" temperatures. Dishes, laundry, baths, shaves—a hundred and one other things about the home require uniformly heated (140 ) water always on tap. 24 hours of every day! • Change ^...CONSTANT, DEPENDABLE Automatic GAS Water Heating .MORE ECONOMICAL THAN EVER ON OUR NEW REDUCED GAS RATE • Know the satisfaction of having plenty of Hot Water—at controlled temperatures which cannot develop steam, cannot damage plumbing and result in costly repairs. INSTALL AX AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATER in your Home or Apartment now! How surprised you'll be at its low cost! Lowered Gas Hates for Automatic Water Heating make this dependable method your cheapest source of continuous Hot Water. New *" l omatic GJ. U jters are far r. e elfici?nt c iess to optra. e. • Select either model ."it' Top'' for your kitchen .. cr fc' c conventional s., e. • BEGIN TO ENJOY THIS SUPERIOR SERl'iCE NOW! BUDGET IT IN SMALL PAYMENTS WITH YOUR GAS BILLS. O Waiting is costly — why not come in, get the complete, startling faces and purchase this lasting, trouble-free service today! PEOPLES €OMPA\Y MIAMI BEACH FT. LAUDERDALE HOLLYWOOD i



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FRIDAY. Al'KII. lit. l!ll() THE JEWISH FLOKIDIAN I' \(.K NINE P L A I N TA L K bj \l Segal (Continued from Page 11 *till have Rlijah." He hud endured, deapiie th;it they ha.I lost housi'K, Blocks, land* and bonds in apartment houses and big hotels, all i which had look.-d like the real things. Ii had turned out thai Elijah was more real and lasting than any of these. What I like about Elijah is that he is a man of whom you can make anything you want. The trouble with olhrr people one knows is that you can't do anything with them. You should like to sec them be people after your own hear! and mind— that is to ssy. people in your own image luu they are perverse. Phe\ follow their own way. Klijah is different. He Is a •nan who iwhatever anyone behim to be.. Some believe he is %  Ins and others believe lie is that. Some make of him a cosmic figure, a Messiah who when he materia'izes will cause ihc dead to arise and all that I know Klijah not as one who is troubled about foreign affairs and is thinking of making the world over. He is more like Ml*. Ciorsky who came from Poland where Inwas born a Catholic, though he has no hlireh In \n Mr. (Sorsky resides in our > unit; poorhouse and I esteem him as one of our first gentlemen. I remember Mr. Gorak) going t<> the local bishop one day to speak for a certai i crippled boy. The boy's mother believed that if the hoy could be taken to the healingshrine at t'ary he might be cured. Mr. Gorsky didn't believe m the therapeutic value of shriiies but he said "Who am I to set ray disbelief against the faith of other pe iple'.'" So be went to the bishop to ask for H railroad fare to the shrine for Che boy. and to the shrine he carried him. "Well nothing happened." he said afterWard, "but going to the shrine comforted the boy's mother and KlSS vei Plate showi g the four sona 1 ef 'rred iv in the Sedei service The Wise Son. the Wicked Son. the Simple Son, and 'hi' Son who cannot ask questions. that was enough, was 'I it'.'" One time Mr. Gorsky troubled himself about a child in the slums in whom In 1 thought he del • i • Hashes of musical genius II. went about bogging a s x-un I piano In, him "We can't let genius die this wey. This may be another Beethoven." Having obtained a piano he went abo i among truckers to find •> i haul tl ipiano and lift it t i thi third story window "Gentlemen, you may be hoi; ing a V.oz.r in his beginnings." A k'n hearted truckman hauled the piani and lifted it to the third -tuy will (low M:. (ion '.. regarded Uvs :-. tlie big a hievement oi all h life hii h ha I gone from on miI., another. We'l. it turned o it .hat tin boy wouiun'l pi a lice a'ld finally abandoned the piano altogether, but Mr. Gorsky said. "That's ail right. Suppose he had been a genius and I had n< gle te I hi Last i luistmas Mr. Gorsky received a gift of $:>. Mr. Got sky could not be altogether happy about this. There were olhei | eo pic in the poorhouse who hadn't any money for Christmas. He distributed among them all but one of the five do lais Yes, K.ijah. as I know him, is like Mr. Gorsky. I don't know him as a Messianic figure out to save the whole world at one time. He has no totalitarian ambitions like that. He is a gentle old man wh i is happy to be let in on PaSnci eve. though he Wondels why loom ale m t ope ed til him lit i her times. The light of whCh icople become aware when the loor is opened foi him is kindness understanding and compassion. He iea.es a bit of this light i i everybody's house, hoping thai people will take it into their hearts and keep it there. By this light they %  an see what is hateful and uni kind, unjust and ;: %  • a. I in themselves. This is Elijah as I know hi;n i:i my riper yearSince my next column will not appear till after I'l-.-a.h 1 \\ i.-h for al. the 11 a e] l.i most lumi ous Se.'.er visit by ftlijah. May then hearts -' > bright with his simple gilt. In these riper years of mine I am not so sure of the redemption of Israel in the mass. ('-,11 not a I man in the meantime at least re. deem himself for the good life aexcmplificd by Mr. G rsky and [Elijah? I don't think we make 1 0 of Elijah at Seder. Hi when th meal is o\ t-i I hildren are getting di 1 1 I welcome he gets is too 1 1 l door should be opened fo him at the beginning that he mi -1 will iiall through kindness derstanding and compassii ting ..t the head of the I PASSOVER GREETINGS Mr. and Mrj. Frank Ka'.z of ih United Kosher Market 166 N. w. 5ih St. Miami Happy New Year T J. A. WHEELER A HAPPY PASSOVER MAX H FRIEDSON AND FAMILY FRIEDSON CONSTRUCTION CO. 1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS F. H. A. LOANS TO BUILD, REPAIR OR MODERNIZE NORTHRUP LUMBER CO. 2110 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE "Always Call the Lumber Number" 3-C2 3 I Make Reservations Now for Passover An NELL HOTE1 70) Euslid Avenve Miami Beach Phone 5-4687 Cantor Louis Oalcib.rg will conduct SEDAR SERVICES PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH PATRONS FOR A RELIABLE EXPERT DRY CLEAN.NG SERVICE L A M 0 N T LAUNDRY A Complete Loundry Seivicc -'Done tne Way You Would Like It Done" FIFTH STREET PHONE 5.1208 For Drive-in Service—536 Lenox Avenue. Miami Be.ich. F.orida S KIO 'Mi Ml \M1 IIK\< II mil -Ml \MI Miami Jewish Funeral Home I M M SlYKU JKW ISH" 1-lliiM. Kill Till S. \V. I.'tli \ N i SMIU'I \NCF SERVICE %  mil 11 wm i 1 H I — mmw m wwi im n f iii 11 i n %  n r"~ AL— LET LS GIVE VOL' FREE ESTIMATES —SPECIAL C teed to Stop O'l Pumping—Grind Vlve—< I Tunny — Synchronize Pci'-ts— All For $3.00 PER CYLINDER THE DOWNTOWN GARAGE J C. GRAMLEY BODY AND FENDER WOR K—OU AR ANTE E D DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 34 South West First Street Phone 2 7233 Jn cttonor of(Pateover MANIS.CHEWITZ MATZO MEALFARFEL • CAKE MEAL • WHOLE WHEAT MATZO • EGG MATZO Greater Miami Distributors LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. 144 N. E 12th ST. PHONE 3 G821



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 19. m \ POLITICAL BRIEFS Report! reaching Dade ( from the various seel rida indicate that B. V. Paty, Wi st Palm Beach candidate for gover. nor. is the man other ca will have to beat to net into second primary, a g Frank 0. Pruitt, Dade coui manager for the lower east candidate. •I have lived in Miami 1924 and have watched other men try for the governorship that time, hut never have I • any candidate make tuch i gains and receive siu-h manifestations of support over the enl i staufrom Miami to P l Pruitt state.i. adding that as tl situation now shapes up Paty will run me-tw in Du\.. and will carry Hillsborough by .i substantial plui al ty. Local observi trend I i Paty in I .. g %  unties to his ment and low and the inherent desire pia> rida. In otl that Paty's star a s as a full nin< nths sol a sti _roads pr >gi ai h ... conservati n g seized up at long fli|rht was i F be the Greater Miami Coop* a .::<R A HAPPY PASSOVER AND SEASON'S GREETINGS BEST W'S-ES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO K' S w. FIFTH AVE. P-OSE 2-4071 GREETINGS REILLYTILECO "Artists in Tile Setting" 2208 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 2-3928 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS CARLEY J. SMITH TRANSFER LET US UNLOAD YOUR TRUCKING PROBLEM 246 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE Phone 2-2655 Nite Phone 2-6454 MIAMI. FLORIDA $ PURE OIL COMPANY PRODUCTS Passover Greetings \ B arker-Todd Boats: 24* 3 \v N. Rii r Driv. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS B. W. THACKER Adding Machine! and T>peirriters Sold. Rented. Repaired. Exchanged. A$lt about our Rental Purchase Contract. PHONE 20115 123 N. E. Fir.t Street Pure-Pep SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS Hirsch-Fauth Furniture Co., Inc. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers EXTIIT1 : ; ^ PHONE 3-4C63 M|AM SOI.VEMZEI) £ PAssov] ix;?? MIAMI TRADING and RESTAURANT SUPPLY Cl 1166 N. MIAMI A %  %  SHENANDOAH CANDIES 514 S. :2^d AVENUE SHAW BROS. OIL CO., Inc. 56 S. W. First St PHONE 2-1741 PASSOVER GREETINGS DRINK N £ H I PAR I-PAK ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI BOTTLING CO. 540 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 PASSOVER GREETINGS L. & H. MILLER CO. 3S YEARS IN ALL TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION No Building Too Large or Too Small "BUILDERS OF ANYTHING" 1632 PENN AVE MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-4816



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1' VGE THIRTY THE JXWIAS FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 19. 1940 TO OLR FRIENDS. PATRCNS AND ACQUAIN1 I A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I Blue Bowl Cake and Pastry Shop 1421 S. W l^th AvemuPhone 2-1819 AS USUAL M A X S I) E L HAT E S S E N 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET Will supply your every Passover want! Manischewitz Ho'owitz-Margareten, London and Streit's Matzos, Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes. Nuts of all Kinds. Spices, Vinegar, Etc. KOSHER PASSOVKR WINK PASSOVER GREETINGS NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH To All Our Jewish Friends and Customers We Extend SINCERE GREETINGS ON PASSOVER JOHN J. FRITZ AND ASSOCIATES OF THE MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO. I 2^-i' N. W. 27th AVENUE PHONE 38611 • JIIKKTIXOS ON |>A.SKOVEIt m i dl O k A !. (Ji'HL %  0 • < 3 PHONE 5-7 7 77 X A Jewish Funeral Home In Miami Beach Oi' experience of 50 years of Service to Orthodox, Conse'vstive arid Reform Je.vry is your assurance of $*nct complne th e.e-y Je .v sh 1 • ,1 CHARLES ROSENTHA. EDWARD ROSENTHA. MORTON ROSENTHA'. PASSOVER GREETINGS Maker's Kosher Market i %  436 Col'ins Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS AMERICAN FINANCE CORPORATION A. C. COURIC 807 N. E. 2nd Av PHONE 3 3326 PASSOVER GREETINGS I DR. ROGER W. ARNOLD I 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 2-5839 PASSOVER GREETINGS R. C FLEEI.IAN SECURITY BLDG DHON .1 I PASSOVER GREETINGS j JBAYSHOP.E CIGAR STORE J I 1339 N. B Drive %  PHON PASSOVER GREETINGS D E N M A N CONSTRUCTION CO. 3632 N. E. 2nd Avenue I I I PAS:.' PAas 1 Eon 1 %  GREETINGS EDNAS BEAUTY SHOP 11 Mattress Co. —' N .. PHON LAKELAND I PASSOVER GREETINGS GENTRY FUNERAL HOME. INC 241 Kentucky Avc, Ph. LAKELAND. FLORIDA PA' MGS BUSINESS EUI*''? !E' > TT COMPANY J. H. CRA1 S. VICI Phone 2 STATE FARM MUTUAL BURANCE CREDIT CO. J S TODD CRAWFORD I Building. AMI, FLORIDA TAMPA COMPLIMENTS OF SI TAMPA DRUG COMPANY Home of Allen's Drug Products and Health Needs MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ASK YOUR DRUGGIST PASSOVER GREETINGS THL WILLIAM J BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY, Inc. TELEPHONE 2.6774 W. S GORDON. M.Tn.icier 1542-3 du Po.it Building 169 E.ist Fl.iglcr Street THE MARY M BLACK SCHOOL I \DS TO YuU AND YOURS PASSOVER GREETINGS This School will lie open .ill sum mer for boys .mcl mils, i to 12 yea t, with supervised pl.iy. picnlcs. .ind d.nly bench trips. 666 S W 4th STREET PHONE 2-5587 MIAMI, FLORIDA Fcr Civil Court of Record OF DADE COUNTY j Koolmotor ('. A SO L K N E n\u\ OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. DISTRIBUTORS HRpr llllbL IN 10 DRY and TRUE TRIED Keep Judge Hendrv in the o' fice where he is serving th people faithfully, competently and conscientiously. Remember when you Vote May 7 to Cast Your Ballot for Judge Norman Hendry. who has proven himself worthy the position he now holds. % %  1(1 I'HI %  • %  |t.. p.'. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO A. J. TOBIN Greetings to Our Many friend* From FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY & SERVICE STORES 12(M) West Flagler St., Miami ,,ilh ="i(l Alton Road, Miami Beach PAS80VER GREETINGS SEMINOLE BAR OKEECHOBEE ROAD HIALE A H •el ** l\ I)



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/ %  k PAGE THIRTY-TWO THE JEWISH FLOE ID IAN FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 19, WORLD-WIDE JEWISH NEWS London (WNS-Palcor Agency! That the abrogation of thirecent Palestine land restricts i is well as of the whole White Paper policy of last May is a necessary prelude for th>resumption of work leading to the advancement of both the Arabs and the Jews of Palestine is the tenor of a let ter published in tinLondon Times over the signatures of Lord Cecil, president of the League of Nations Union; I-ord Lytton, former Civil Ird of the Admiralty and Viceroy of India: Lord Snell, I-ibor opposition leader in the House of Lords, and Lord Meston, Liberal Leader in the House of Lords. The four British Lords make particular protest against the fact that the Government announced the restrictions of land sales to Jews without awaiting the approval of the League of Nations for any such action, despite the fact that 'he majority of the Permanent Mandates Commission, which considered the matter exhaustively last .linn-, declared that the MacDonald White Paper did not conform with the dictate-.of the Mandate ver Palestine grant. the British Governrw i the League of Nations. "These new regulations discriminate against the -lews on the grounds of race and religion, a form of discrimination which the British conscience rejected a hundred years ago," the letter de clares "Such discrimination reintr iduced under British rule in the Jewish National Home is at the present time even more repugnant than it would have been under other world conditions. The restrictions are particularly hearties, at this time, when the Jew. ish people are suffering from per. sedition accompanied by unexampled cruelty and on an unparalleled scale." The letter points out that no proof whatsoever had been pro duced to substantiate the claim that settlement by the lews in Palestine has in any manner injuied the interests f the nun' •lew ish population there On the contrary, it states, there is abundant proof that every section of Palestine has benefited from the preset % %  • and progressive works Of the .lews there. The prot< M refers to the recommendation made by the Royi.l Commission of 1937 that a Jewish Slate lie estab ishi i in I ales, tine, of which the writers approve in essence. 'But the Government" aver, "has adopted a p licy designed to ruin the founda for any such plan and to ,bei the ground for any con tructive scheme." Tinletter concludes with a g statement to the effect that until the MacDonald White Paper and its accompanying restrictions have been abrogated it will be imp ssible to resume the work, "de signed foi the good of both Palestinian branches of the Semitic race irence, who xpressed :• %  Dr. ( \, B nd the .K-us." that I Weizmann his satisfaction -.v.,started by Lord Balfour, an'be aims of Zionism and its : the P.a four Declaration mate effect on Arab welfare. in which Great Britain promised to establish a Jewish National Home in Palestine; Sir Mark Sykcs, ne of the drafters of the Declaration, and the late LawLAKELAND LAKELAND PASSOVER GREETINGS I Taylor Drug Co. | I '-• | 210 29th St.. Miami Bench j PASSOVER GREETINGS POLK DAIRIES Inc. PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS Lakeland's Modern Milk Plant 23 E. McDonald Ph. 31.521 LAKELAND. FLORIDA Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER John Templin Lumber Co. 919 E. Rose Ph. 28. H LAKELAND. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS DAVIS IRON WORKS, Inc. BOILERMAKERS and CERTIFIED WELDERS Ph. 2-6030 1980-88 N. Miami Ave. Reconditioned Boilers for Sale and Repairs Day or Night Anywhere Smokestacks and Tanks PASSOVER GREETINGS J. GESCHEIDT, Inc. 227 %  13th St.. Miami Beacn PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI SOAP CO. 27th Street HIALEAH. FLORIDA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS v I I I SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS II DIXIE ALLEYS BE N F 0 R I) j | E Stationery Co. LAKELAND I l£3 S. Kentucky A.' ~^-^^^^ Phone 33-541 mm u —. i AKFI ANn FI nnina Ph. 28 S A PASSOVER GREETINGS Odom & Robertson Plumbing Co. 1369 N. Bayshore Drive PHONE 2 6184 MIAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS Miami Sandwich Company N. E. -st Avenue MIAMI + PASSOVER GREETINGS JAMES HOTEL 302 South Miami Ae MIAMI PASSOVER GREETINGS KINSMAN'S, Inc LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS ISLE OF NORMANDY PHONE 6-1677 + PASSOVER GREETINGS V. J. Hoecherl N PHC. I I I I I I I I f'SSOVER GREETINGS Ives Certified Dairy Office— Landlord Building riant— Ojus, Florida + i i t+ i PASSOVER GREE N 7 I I I WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER I i [Parker & Stewart's! *j Garage | i Outstanding Wreckei t i I*" Serv % %  j burndale Rd 17 Ph. 33 033 i AKCI A v r\ c i r\a i r\ A. T E ROGERS Plumber LAKELAND. FLORIDA I I — — "28 S Florid I Ph. LAKELAND. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS Vote For MARSSA I. L C %  + i _. \A/1R E H E A •: Candidate For LEG I S L A T U R E GROUP 2 II.n le and Inl : Kepi tatii I • I I I j i 1VLVL1 Tyler's Floral Co. [ j SINCERE • • PASSOVER GREETINGS %  South Kentucky A\ | J Phone 4 j I R E E I) '• S I Service Station W V p.. LAKELAND. FLOP I I S NCERE LET'S HAVE A $3 Auto : I I PASSOVER G FLORIDA SHEET • Iw ...,, wmva • DOBBIN'S I METAL WORKS j S( v i r ,^ i o ; i It's Possible It's Pract I E L E( T WALTER FRASER G 0 V E R N <) R Not a lawyer, not a politician, bula successful business man with a sound business plan. WALTER FRASER SAYS: I propose a S3 tag willout any new taxation and IT CAN BE DONE" .... "There is too much regulation of business" "Let's tell the world about Florida." VOTE EOK WALTEK EKASEK AND ELECT YOURSELF! (Paid Political Advertisement) 1 I • White I) %  ERE EETIN t I it! : J.M. GEORGE /.iV"10 U m Plumbing, Heating II kLUTRIC CO. | 001 S. Florui.i Av p h 2224 | | : G N Kentucky Ave. Ph | LAKELAND. FLORIDA LAKELAND, FLORID A SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS • %  ++ (FLANAGAN' SJI i SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS PAINT POT Whitlock Sign & >AINT. GLASS. WALLPAPER Pa! lit Shop 115 W. Main Ph 36 28 | LAKELAND. FLORIDA Rear Sullivan BldQ. Ph. 33 8-12 LAKELAND, FLORIDA *' % 



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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAK %  X PAGE i KM Y Si:\ KV I I I IfLULfSSl. r ti %  i %  "ALMUD TQBAH treal (WNS) A Talmud %  building which had become %  cadquartei of an an Fascist group wlu-i Joseph population of district of Monl real to rent the was this %  ihi \ / \. !• %  ami :i distributing point fur anti-Semitic literature. A few weeks ago the members of iluTalmud Torah committee wi re visited by the A. /. A. boys who ;isk.'.l and obtained perm is sion tu use the building as theii headquarters. Within week, the anti Semite were gone together with their swastika banners, while the Mi. oin David and the Mi took thruplace. In ;i short time, the I. ys succeeded in raising funds tn dean up, re-furnish and maintain the building, which has in .\ been i e dedicated as the Bi h SI ili in Tallinn I 1733 N. W. 7th Ave.. Phone 2 2411 HAPPY PASSOVER BERRY-COLEMAN I PRODUCE CO. i • Wholesale Commission Merchants | Distributor! and Jobbers 11733 N. w. 7th Ave., Phone 2 2411 I Mil I.I. NOW— CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PASSOVER GREETINGS B I S C A Y N E LIQUOR STORE 8121 Bisc.ivne Boulevard PHONE PASSOVER GREETINGS I THE BLUE BIRD 1 I BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ROSE HOWL "Miami's Most Delightful Dining Place" FINE FOODS AND WINES 512 N. E. 15th St. Phone 3 2045 3632 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4.9227 • %  sSOVER GREETINGS CORAL GABLES BAGGAGE, TAXI and TRAVEL SERVICE 2no Coral Way CORAL GABLES PAS::OVER GREETINGS XFOR\ j Fine Custom TAILORING \ u n w* v %  *'* %  y v w A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER I 'I I 1 KLEFEKER P R 0 D U C E Inc. (BRADY RE NATION | I SERVICE I PASSOVER GREETINGS A R T I BEAUTY STIC SALON ngton Avenue PHONE PASSOVER GREETINGS PHILIP M. LEVI PLUMBING I STREET • • 1 STREET I PASSOVER GR E E*T I N G S FINEST AND LARGEST SEAFOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD M A N N I N G S 829 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami PASSOVER GREETINGS BEACH LIGHTING FIXTURE CO Dad* Blvd Miami Beach PHONE 5-6191 PASSOVER GREETINGS BELL WINDOW CLEANERS Floor Waxing and Cleaning Room 8—150 N. E. 3rd St. PASSOVER GREETINGS Armature & Generator Exchange HENRY D. McGUIRT 340 N. W. 1st Court PASSOVER GREETINGS A L I) R I T T Electric Motor Co. 237 N. W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA I HEARTILY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY OF I) A N (' H A P P E L L FOR STATE SENATOR MAX M. SINGER Headquarters at 741 -5th Street, Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS We regret being unable to furnish our many Jewish customers with "DR. PEPPER' Kosher for Passover due lo delay in receiving shipment of Kosher Syrup. BOTTLING COMPANY BEST WISHES FOR A HAFPY PASSOVER To All Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons • MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Steel Window Service, Inc. i. F CHAPLIN. President 149 N. E 40th Street i DIXIE TIRE CO. I 101 S. W. First Street { Fifth Street and Michigan Avenue Miami | Miami Beach I I HENRY H, FILER PASSOVER GREETINGS "O OUR MANY FRIENDS L U B V CHEVROLET CO. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MILTON WEISS And Kaniily MIAMI BEACH Candidate C O U N T Y COMMISSIONER District No. 2 Knows All The Needs of His District Subject to Democratic Primary, May, 1940 Will Appreciate Your Support ll'.itel Political VIN I Your Friendly Dealer" %  VEST FLAGLER AT 11th AVE. PHONE 24117 M ami's Largest Locally Owned CHEVROLET DEALER Best Wishes to Our Many Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY PASSOVER EL COMODORO HOTEL 33 S. W. 2nd AVENUE S A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD WILL TO ALL "O MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Robert A. Taylor A S Q V A R E I) E A L r OR D A I) E C 0 U N T Y MORRIS IT ELY II LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 Democratic Primary (Paid I'nlli ill \.i\ i PASSOVER GREETILG'J TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FARREY HARDWARE CO., Inc. 1692 ALTON ROAD 717 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIA::I BEACH t QIJALlTY^P^I^SislNCE 1870 55 N0RTHVV2ST 1„t STREET AG A I N IT is A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP ANT) GOOD WILL TO ALL TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE RALPH C. POLE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA < t


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I ^ PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY. APRIL 19. 19| 0 Dr. Wise to Deliver Kadio Message to Jews of America The tragic developments for the Jewish people in many parts of the world during the past year. and the urgent necessity of maintaining the program of imi igration and settlement in Palestine will be discussed by Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Chairman of the Adminis.rativc Committee of the I'nited Palestine Appeal in a special radio message to American .lewrj on the eve of tincelebration Passover. Dr. Wise will r a Pass >ver address over the Columbia Broadcasting System on Sunday afternoon. April 21, at 2:80 o'cl wk, during the I'assover broadcast which will !• inesi :;ted under the auspices of the United Palestine Appeal. Traditional Passover music will be presented during the special broadcast by the choir of the West Side Jewish Center under the direction of Cantor Jassinow. sky. FIFTY YEARS IN RETROSPECT Continued from Page 8) a il disturbances and that he per onally would never takethe responsibility again as an individual. It was out of this talk that steps were taken to form the American Jewish Committee, and 'of thai organization I have been '•I "~ ; t PASSOVER GREETINGS t, I a member and am a member of its executive committee ever since its foundation. 1 was chairman of the executive committee from 1915 until 1029, when I became president. When the War broke out it was obvious that the .lews in Europe, and for that matter in Palestine. would require a good deal of re lief, so various organizations were established the American Jewish Relief Committee, of which 1 was a member, and later the Join: Distribution oinmitt e, on M hos( executive board I have served since tiie beginning, working most oi the time under the stimulating influence of Felix M. Warburg. I have been chairman of the cultural committee all these years. From liM-l to 1918 I was annually the chairman of the relief drive in Philadelphia and helped to gather the funds which were no urgently needed throughout the War zone. When the United States entered the War in 1917, it was obvious that there would be necessity for an organization to look out for the needs of the Jewish men in the service not only in the camps in the United States, but also over-seas. I issued n call to various synagogue organizations and ti the Council of the Young Men's Hebrew Asciation, and other like bodies which established the Jewish Welfare Board. This involved a great deal of work and trouble and there were difficult compromises to be made especially to get a Union Prayer hook which would be satisfactory 11 all shades of opinion. However, this was accomplished. Then then' was a good deal of work to be done in Washington with regard to having rabbis appointed as chaplains. Here I hail useful contacts with Newt in Baker, then Secretary of War. who had been a former stu dent of mine at Johns Hopkins. Merc. too. was located Julius r! isenwald, who aided in all of these efforts. I have indicate I my early interest in Palestine. When The. dorr llcrzl had published his '\J( w ish State" and came to Englumi and delivered a great spce.'h, I went to beat him but did not succumb t i his chai in. 1 ilid, however, in correspondence, endeavor to he helpful to him. and I think he occasionally refers to me in his diary. I did not join the Zionist movement at the time of the first Congress or since because I never could accept the secular attitude of the Zi mist platform. Still, more and more I recognized the need for Jews' uniting to help Palestine, and so after a rathoi extended stay thenin 1929. returning to the United States ill June of that year. I went over to Zurich in August of the same yen with Louis Marshall, Felix War burg an.l others and took part in the movement which launched the enlarged Jewish Agency. I never was very powerful in the councils of thai organization and do not know that I have affected it very much. However, at the tune of the Passfield WlnhPaper when tvei % %  in ordei. I de, i(ie to stick an I bridge I ovei the gap foi about six months, ai til p | ... president of the i un il : hairman of the Administrat i • %  i omnuttee In January, 11130, I %  .:-,., ,i to pi ep ire a memo randuni on the Wading Wall, which I did foi the Spti 1 I'm.-ion of the Com il of tin League of Nations. All of thi points I asked for, but one, were granted by the Special Commission and there has been no trouble at the Wailing Wall ever since, unless it was occasionally a little disturbance by somebody who did not observe the terms of the decisions of the Commission of the League of Nations. P VSSOVER GREETINGS SMITTY'S BATTERY EXCHANGE III! N. W. N. River Drive Miami. Florida 1 X-RAY EXAMINATION i Including complete physic.il %  xamination, blood test, only $4. The Sunshine Hospit.il. I I PASSOVER GREETINGS KENDRICK Tire Store Phone 4 6952 for appointment. 1008 S. W. 8th Street lie-Capping Our Specia.lt) j PHONE 5-4510 | We Appreciate Your Patronage' l>ASSOVER GREETINGS W A S H I N G T 0 N Service Station ."•!MI Washington Avenue ilc -JStandard Garage i! SO X. W. 3rd Street ; PASSOV ER GREETINGS Research, Inc. (DES TEX) I l80 Vlton Road SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SUNSHINE PRODUCTS. INC. 199 N. W. 79th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA I'ASSOVER GREETINGS SOUTHERN RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 2232 West Flagler SI reel PHONE 1-7702 Miami. Florida PASSOVER ( iREETINGS S HENANDOAH GROCETERIA 1690 S. W. •III SI reel Free l>< >liverj PHONE 2-372-1 To Our Many Friends and P.itrons | A HAPPY PASSOVER I C. D. KENNY CO. | COFFEE. TEA. SUGAR I 64 West Fl.igler Street PHONE 23412 MIAMI FLORIDA To Otir M.iny Friends and P.itrons. A Ml 11 HAPPY PASSOVER THE INN ••QUALITY FOODS AT MODERATE PRICES" 335 S. W. 12th Avenue Best Wishes For A HAPPY PASSOVER ; W A I T E Electrical Appliances To My Many Jewish Friends I A HAPPY PASSOVER I I JAMES T. WILSON Superintendent ol Schools For D.ide County PASSOVER GREETINGS j Pullen's Metal Craftsmen I 395 N. E. 79th Street I P \SSOVER GREETINGS Kelvinotors Stoves I A&bsured Craftsmanship in Ornamental. Iron, Bronzr and Copper Old World Copies Modern Originations HAPPY PASSOVER II. George Fink i Water Coolers I 1601 N. E. 2\D AVENUE W A L D E N MOTORS s.'7 West Flagler Street PHONE 2-1381 I PHONE 2-1625 I I 2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA I Wishing tr. All Jewish CI1 tei A HAPPY PASSOVER 1 I I Miami Reach I I I I I I WASHINGTON STORAGE CO. •SECURITY AND RESPONSIBILITY' 1 MOVING PACKING SHIPPING 10C3 Washington Avenue Miami Beach PHONE 5-3448 I Sincere Wishes for \ II \ITi I' VSSOVER I I John & Jerry's %  Barbecue. Inc. 1198 N. W. 22nd Street MIAMI SINCERE I* VSSOVER GREETINGS Snow Cleaners & Laundry Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Brysun () ners 708 Collins Avenue Miami l.iach riiOM :•-•:>:,: W A L K E R Casket Co. %  433 N. E .inn PI, HOI.Ill \ V (iREETINGS i 'ummings Diesel Engine Corp of Florida Automotive, Marine, and Industrial lio\ \| |.\I.M DOCK Ph. HI 2-5969 PASSOVER GREETINGS DEAUVILLE Service Station (>:J1K Collins Avenue PHONE 6-9121 !• VSSOVER GREETINGS VENETIAN CAUSEWAY THE SHORTWAY TO AND FROM MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES FOR A ll VPPY PASSOVER FRANK RAY CLOTHING S22 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH I Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER CASINO T BEST WISHES for \ HAPP> PASSOVER T R. W. (ROB) RALSTON SINCERE WISHES FOR \ II \t'\'\ p \sso\ ER T. S. NEWMAN Hllll S. W. 1st SI I eel MIAMI | BARBER SHOP j j BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER 1251 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH | Phone 5-2261 Phono :.-9l9l I W. G. LUNNEY TILE CO. Tile Work of Every Description 1111 Washington Ave. Miami Beach t j i SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FRED HOWLAND, Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building: r^/-v.I h S Makers of That Good MOON KIST ICE CREAM and Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK KXTKNH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY P VSSOVER ROYAL PALM CREAMERY (Incorporated) PHON E 3-8655 r b



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' V JH1DAY, APRIL 19. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORroiAK Page Sevea •rJewiislh Florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2&T3 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. Lin IS SHOCHET, Editor 3 FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second claw mattei July 4. 19S0, at the Post Offire at T~ iZ S Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IX PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS, MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative SUHSt RIPTION One year ... •:.> Mi rths $8.00 $1.00 APRIL 19, 1949 VOLUME 13 No. 16 PASSOVER 5700 .lews Iho world over will celebrate Passover this year with .fusing thought For some it will he a ioyoiis event '. others a tragic occasion. Confusing: because wr are faced with surmounting conditions .... increasing da> by day. Despair on %  hand hopes and expectations n the other First Germany, i %  i \ustria. Czechoslovakia. I'oland now Denmark, Norway. .-haps Sweden First the White Paper now Palestine Land reKirirtinns. Refugee Resettlement proposals offered here and %  i -i ... a plan is feasible then again not plausible. We will sit ,-.t the table Seder night. The "Four Questions" be asked and on the lips of everyone many mine will be readilv rthroming xurel) not out of place definite!) uppropo. \i -... ••!.' Shono M:.i>.i again iculled to mind our "Eret/ ..I" problems. Observing Ihi ritual of the Seder we partake of the M-u/oh %  nd Mororr the symbols n( suffering ol Israel under Pharoah. %  car the (ividness of these tortures and hardships will he %  • I before our < j • %  \s i pa i hi-ii.r\ i>111 homeless helpless but not hope'.i •n ill carrj on nnd urvive rebuild and rekindle (hut I. ish spirit until the da) ol peace und justice n We w i | Intik for aid in the Huggadah, repeal t I our lerance t rum Egypt and look forward wiih great hope und lion in that time in the near future when <• may -peak of iverance from our present da) Iroubli Junior Hadassah B\ Elsie Kri i i i he i .iig c\ er of the righting ;' a wrong. todaj us i.i Phai lousands of years ago con .."i so terrible that there solution. 'I'u.lay as in those ff Biblical times, a miracle '•' in '• inthe hope, the salva ir race. [<&nds are closed !'• ople, human beings, are %  ; %  once again that the) can than beasts of prey, CiviPagan again Love, and charit) are word* i more must be given a Human kindness is bur' • imc and muck. The "land" II and honey" has no more • "tart of a foundation. The %  *> anjc age is becoming a lost .. losl dream. The world as i is crumblii g. In the ..• I cannon's roat we can the walls brt aking However, there is hope. Looks i •• < r the past we must see it In th< very hopelessness of other event* and their eventual outcome hen is hope. Whin times were the worst the angel passed over. What is there today to keep us from thinking* that once more the angel will pass over: What right hav we to think that today's evil tiiiiwill not be once again turned'.' I • Ihi i ming years and days m| the i • .-.II times anil ll all Ji %  • A I' %  i11. ni. i lay. Pas over is Ihi rial h .lews all over the KOI Pa -si!-. • holiday in all Jews are united. The holiday in which Hadassah Junior and Senior, Council Jr. and Sr.. B'nai B'rith, Young Judaea, A /.. A., etc., are united as a world wide ageless organizat ion. Sut il i) the young people of M i ami and the beach, will i> %  joi ed closer together at our annual 'Dinner and I lance. There istill time to make reservations if you have so neglected to do so. If you have made your reservations we'll see you at s o'clock at the Carrousel, Ye pump and ceremonial May Day Dance with ye crowning of ye Queen will take place on the 19th day of the month of May at ye Woffoid Hotel. Miami Beach Come Ye in gay attire to make merrie at ye gala event by command of her majesty the Queen. Two candidates have been officially entered in the May Queen contest, They are Hornico Miller. Iota Chi Sorority, and Lillian Peretzman. Beth David Congrega tion. Girls we wish you lots of link. POTOMAC SPOTLIGH T Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital by Maurice Warner S %  itor R R. Ri -. lolds, i I -North Carolina, has finally taken ol i hii ni-, i i he wears one > and has revealed himscllT as a | tell tial hillbilly llr Grasping for the mantle of the lati Huey Long, he has long been the deadly foe of all aliens, indiscriminately branding them as aliens and communists, includii \i in their scope all the distinguished emigrees who have found refuge in this country. Now he is craftily injecting in his propaganda thi idea of linking the .lews to all The latest issue of his pet al. the American Vindicator, of h he is President and Edito devotes a whole page to stories of Jewish refugees coming to I niii-ii Si ati -. 'omment ing on the HI rival of a group of 550 Jew ish refugees aboard the It linei Conl e di Si voia. Reynolds tips ;':' Ins position when he adds: 'In other words, the Italian ship landed on our shores 550 ri fugees who are candidates, actual or potential, for 550 America) job* And they will get the jobs which means thai anothei 550 Americans will lose their jobs. Why'.' Because the clothing manufacturers, the night club opera'. in.-, the theatre and motion pic lure operators will favor these refugees first Ithere any won dcr that resentment in this coun II y iR i .-.\ ing by leaps ui i bound i i il iii rotten lie. B he has made one point [>u %  i • it in • ina \vi boa ',: %  I : %  e'd pa) inon In ihe troubles of Europe. tha he' \ whiih we suspect too and .: Noi ii. aro ina I Hil er a any other part of the I S'ali -. The people down there havi long memory. They remembi thai he waelected ol" a platform of being one of the plain people. So now he's Ol •• of Wash : most vorai ious devourers of caviar. Amei i. u should bt l; there's only one Reynolds in the Senate. There are 95 other Sen at. rs who don't dream of being the hillbilly Hitler. BLOCK IS CHAIRMAN OF AFFILIATFD GROUPS Word of appointment of Al n Block of Tallahassee, national conimitteeman of Florida Young Democratic clubs to the post if chairman of the affiliated groups committee of the Young Democratic Clubs of America, has been received here. Homer Nat Adams, rational president, made the appointment, i THE Y. M. H. A. (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) ii"ini.-iiitiiiiiiiiiniMi 111 minimi "Y" Dedication Sunday. May 5th. All roads will lead to the Y. M. II. A. Sunday, May -"'th at which ime we shall dedicate our newly onsl ructed Athletic !• ield ai d i iymnasium. At a meeting of the Hoard of Directors held last Wednesday, Al I'allot was appointed general chairman of the dedication committee assisted by the following: Athletic events, l.ou Safan; house chairman, Harry Schwartz; entertainment and refreshments, Herman Waitsman; reception, Leo Robinson; membership, .lack Apte l-.-nii Lieberman, Dave Lemelman, Henry Gabbe, Irving Qucrido, Jules Wilson. A committee of the V W, II. A. will meet wiih the men's group and arrange a pro. gram. From present indications the • vent will be the m .-t outstand f its kind ever held in this area. Festivities will start at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon. There will be a basketball game a volleyball game between two girls teams, a tennis match between two championship team-, a ping pong tournament, a billiard exhibition. handball game. In short. OUI slogan all that day will be "Y. M. H A. In Action." There Will be Very few speeches. How ever, we shall have the outstand ing leaders of the State. County, and I among us. to greet you. The event will conclude with a •..s Athletic Field in tl wil We iiml • i ndii y will VVe i you thai you %  %  %  i \\ shall g undertaking and We want to thank Mr, Klein for his kindness in giving of hitime to this fine group. LEADERS GROUP The xecutive director is now making plans to form a leaders group composed of the presidents, spoils irs, and leaders of every division of the "V." The purpose of this group is to exchange ideas with one another so there will be more coordination between the respective divisions This has been tried out in many other communities and has been found to be most successful in planning programs. For the past few months Mr. Grossman has been collecting data from various Community Centers throughout the country and has taken the best features of ,-ach and together with his own ideas plans to start a leaders group in our own V. M. II A HARRY SMART CELEBRATES SEVENTY.FIRST HI Kill DAY It was old-timers' night last Sunday night at the "V" when men and women who have not visited these halls for a long time came to pay honor to our genial caretaker. Harry Smart. Harry was the recipient not only of good wishes, but of many fine gifts from his many, many friends throughout the city. We wish him many more happy birthdays. NOTICE Dm Passover Hi -Inlays, the Ii lonal un. VVeo'i \ ,:80 iv M. I directai has been %  ...-• a division between I he ages of P.' i Su a group :US '•' 11 ossman young la dies ed to communicate v % %  %  %  bi called %  Y. \Y. II. \. HOME t \'.1P well We i daily neeting V ibout Home Camp registi From present indiM" the mectinj we will have to limit our held a I if Mrs. R e enrollment. Mr. Grossman thereHuch important but %  • %  • -i the v. M. 11. municate with him at once. Only A. with thi I im I limited enrollment will be taken. GIRL sCOl I hi-:: t fev, I '.s M r Milton Klein has been giving the NEWS "ROUND TOWN Milt Friedman, past president %  f the Y. M II. A., will be married girls of this troop a course on to MisSylvia Stern < %  !' Columbia. First Aid. The lectures are very s. (', at Columbia, Sunday, Juno well attended. This is a splendid -.'


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/ I'aire Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN lUIDAY. AI'KII. I!>. !•)((. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. K 10th Itreet Office Phone 1 -77 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN (6 Indian Crek Drive—6-lZSi 430 N. E. Jlst St.— 1-S54I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both o.the Rabbi, will be In the Temple ev.ry mornln,. Ton may eonmli with them nil mstttrs concerning the, Jew!, crnmunit) or'veupeifonal problem.. ToU will be . ICES Friday evening, April 19, 8:15 P. M. the sermon. "Three Watches l< \ HAPPY PASSOVER At the services Friday evening, I the memory of the following will >be hallowed: Recently departed: Clara Michelson, mother of Mrs Sidney A. Wien. Yahrzeits: Yctta Steeker. mother of Mrs. Henry Levy: (.via I.e Vine, mother of Mr. Benj. l.cHiiv; Meyer Lewis Cowen. father of Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs M. M. Nankin, and Mrs Henry Htilbin; Jacob Plant, father of Mr M rn* 1'lant; M. Victor Miller, brothel of Mrs. S II. l.ntsky. Mr. HarryMiller, and son of Mr Louis Miller; Theresa Kiesner, mother of Mrs, H. E Kleiman. Information is wanted of NATHAN WOLOWITZ, also known as NAT WALLACE, wh i dis appeared from his home in New York m February. 1340. lea* ing bis wife and two minor children unprovided for and since then has failed to contri bute to their support, as a result of which they are in great need Mr. Wolowitz, h i wa< %  eel ntly in Florida, is 10 years of age, 5 ft. 6 in. tall, weighs 140 poundhas dark brown hair, blue eyes, wears glasses, was secretar) in a i ion. Anyone aware of his I tion .requested to conn cate with the National I) Bureau, 07 West 17th Si \. w Vork city. THE ORIGIN OF THE : PASTRY CHAR03SES The pastry Charosses. which is included in the Passover menu as a reminder of the mortar used by the Israelites for making brickin Egypt, once had a more practic al meaning. Taking the injunction to eat bitter herbs at the Seder table literally, many Jews would seriously burn their tongues on the sharp condiments. To allay the burn, a preparation of apple, nuts, wine and cinnam %  > our own Charoases was suggested. GREETINGS FROM THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY Women's Club Building 1737 \ Uayshorc Mian • Iteach, Shcnan I — + i BBASON'S UREKTlNtiS 'i' i SEARS-ROEBUCK i & CO. I i T SlNt Kh'KST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER I ELECTROLUX Inc. j POSTAL Bt'ILDINO + GREETINGS CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Avenue CORAL GABLES RE-ELECT TOM WOOD CONSTABLE District No. 2 EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT COURTEOUS "One Good Term Merits Another" (J'aitl Politic*! Adv.) PASSOVER GREETING; lj. SCOTT & W H I T E A K E P, j 3100 N. W. 27th Ave j I si: ASIIN S UREKTINdS from Richard A. Belsham Structural Engineer Us V HENRY L. OPPENBOHf, %  K E E I. K c T GEORGE I HOLT REPRESENTATIVE in I he Legislature GROUP ONE Hihas served >nu faithfully an I ill SEND HIM BACK \ i Y O I |{ .J USTICE ii 1-' T II K P E A ( E RE-ELECT HIM MAY 7th I i : II'I I. Co • ".us I '. ) 1 mi IBU if FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 Democratic Primary, Mry 7. 1910 Ability — Experience Judicial Temperament Vour Vote and Support Apprec 1 l' tical Advert isemeni • > ELECT FRANK E. BRYANT CIRCUIT J U I) G E Group Three ,"A Free and Un.Tramme'.led Jud i Horn in Gibson County, Tennessee. Graduate of University of Tennessee. Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen years. Practiced IHW in Miami fifteen years. President Dade County Har Association 1939. Member. Florida State and American Bar Associations Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for five years. Member, (oral Gables lost No. US. American Legion. His Only Campaign Promise is a Fair, Honest and Courageous Administration of Justice (Paid Political Advertisement) \j