The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 27, 1931
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;


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


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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1545 S. W. 3rd Street
The usual Friday evening
early services will begin at
5:30 p. m. with the late ser-
vices at 8:15 p. m. when Rab-
bi Isaac M. Wapner will
preach on "The Great Sab-
bath." He will explain the
significance of this Sabbath
immediately preceding the
Passover Holidays and com-
pare this day with similar
celebrations of great event in
the history of the world.
Immediately following the
services there will be a recep-
tion in the vestry rooms at
which Mrs. Ida Buckstein
will be the hostess.
Saturday morning the ser-
vices begin promptly at 8:30
a. m. with the afternoon ser-
vices at 5:80 p. m.
Sunday night at 7 p. m.
there will be the Childrens
Seder conducted under the
supervision of the Rabbi.
Passover services will be-
gin Wednesday night at 6:30
p. m. and Thursday morning
at 9:00 a. m. Thursday even-
ing at 6:30 and Friday mon-
ing at 9:00-ibAl &*i bi
will precah in Yiddish during
the Passover services.


Miami, Florida, Friday, March 27, 1981

lately following the services
a congregational public Seder
Dinner will be given in Kap-
"/ -Thisaymt-Tnorning, Apf~i
2nd, at 11:00 o'clock, Dr.
Kaplan will sneak on "The

CONG. BETH DAVID Art of the seder Dinner."
(Conservative) Special services will be held
19 N. W.Third Avenue on the last day of Passover
Sr M. MACHTEI on Tuesday evening, April 7,
,Rabbi 8:15 and Wednesday morn-
"Chometz" is the subject 8:5 and Wdneda morn-
of Rabbi Machtei's sermon at ing, April 8, at 11:00.
the 8 o'clock service tonight. CO BETH
The rabbi will interpret the ONG. BETH JACOB
removal of leaven from the (Orthdox)
Jewish home in both the eso- L. AXELROAD
teric and exoteric meanings. 311 W n
Cantor Louis Hayman will si1 Washinton Avenue
chant the ritual. Important Miami Beach
Passover announcements will The usual Friday evening
be made. A social hour will services will begin at 5:30
follow and the public is invit- with the late services at 8:15
ed. with Rabbi Lazarus Axelroad
Tomorrow morning t he preaching.
services will begin at Eight On Saturday morning Rab-
o'clock and the Bar Mitzvah bi Axelroad will preach in
of Yitzchock Ashkenazi will Yiddish on the portion of the
take place at 9:80. The Yid- week and because of this Sat-
dish sermon on "Shabbath urday being "Shabbos Hago-
Hagodol" will be pr hed at dol" he will preach a special
9:45 a. m. sermon on the significance of
The model Seder conducted the day at 4:30 p. m. Satur-
by the pupils of the religious day afternoon. The Rabbi is
school will be held. at the Tal- being assisted in the services
mud Toran at it a. m. on by Cantor Schlachman who
Sunday. leads the congregational sing-
Passover services will be ing and chanting.
held Wednesday at 6:80 p.m. Sunday evening there will
Thursday, 8 -a. m. and 6:30 be a special program and
P. m.; and Fty, 8a.m. children a seder to which the
Public is invited. Full details
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Children's Seder
To Be Celebrated
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The Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will enter-
tain its members and friends
as, spectators at the "Child-
ren's Seder" next Sunday
night at 7 p. m. when the
traditional Seder will be con-
ducted by the children of the
Talmud Torah and Sunday
school in every detail under
the supervision of Rabbi Is-
aac M. Wapner. The children
will recite the tCarious por-
tions of the Haggada and
translate them into English.
A Banquet will be served for
the children of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday school and
no adults "will be allowed at
the banquet table. The ladies
of the Auxiliary of the Con-
gregation are in charge of the
arrangements and an unus-
ually fine menu has been pre-
pared for the children.

Beach Synagog to
Hold Concert

Congregation Beth Jacob
of Miami Beach, will enter-
tain the general public, Sun-
day evening, March 29th, at
8:30 p. m., when a musical
concert and children's seder
will be presented at the Syn-
The concert will begin with
a number of musical selec-

Price 5 Cc

Banquet Honors
Yiddish Orator

Congregation Beth Jacob
Miami Beach and a number
of friends were the hosts at
a banquet last Wednesday
night at the Nemo Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, in honor of Rev.
Z. H. Masliansky, the noted
Yiddish orator and his wife.
Surrounded by those who had
known him for years, Rev.
Masliansky and Mrs. Maslian-
sky who sat next to him at
the head of the banquet table
listened to a number of trib-
utes paid him for his more
than fifty years of work for
the Jewish people of America
and abroad. Mr. S. Aronson of
Boston, Mass., was the toast-
master and speeches. were al-
so made by Rabbi Lazarus
Axelroad and by Mr. Harry
I. Lipton, president of Beth
Jacob Congregation, Mr. L.
Abrahams, I.L. Mintzer, D.
W. Simon of Detroit, and
others. Cantor Boris Schlach-
man of the Congregation
sang a number of Jewish folk
songs. During the evening a
gold watch was presented to
the guest of honor on behalf
of the Congregation and those
present, and a beautiful pock-
etbook was presented to Mrs.
Maslainsky as a token of the
affection of the Jewish com-
munity. Av. -4nsEpfA Mas-
liansky will remain in Miai
Beach during the Passover
Holidays and will then return
to their home in New York
tions in which some of the
children will take part. A re-
citation "A lullaby in Egypt"
will be recited by a pupil of
the Sunday school. Cantor
Schlachman will then sing
"Dos Yiddishe Lied." The
traditional seder will then be
demonstrated by the children
under the leadership of Rab-
bi Lazarus Axelroad. This
will be followed by several
recitations, "Passover" i n
Hebrew, and Estrellita. Eili,
Eili will then be sung by Miss
Ardell. Another recitation
"The promise of spring" will
then be given by a pupil and
Yiddish melodies will be sung
by Cantor Schlachman. This
will be followed by an address
by Rabbi Lazarus Axelroad
"Out of the House of Bond-
age." Hatikvoh will be sung
by all the audience.

Beach Track To
Close Saturday

Tomorrow night the Miami
Beach Kennel Club operated
bythe bInternational Grey-
hound Association will close
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Pinched Paws
If you're going to take Fido
along on a shopping trip to a cer-
tain large department store you
must carry him when you ride the
escalators, or moving stairways.
That rule was made because the
firm is convinced that dogs can't
learn to ride the moving stairs.
They're always getting their paws
severely pinched when getting on
or off. The store bought three
columns of advertising space in a
local paper to make the announce-
ment, which read:
"The pups just can't learn to
ride escalators. Several of them
have been seriously injured. Even
the brightest little wuff-wuffs
don't watch their step getting on
and off."
Let's Investigate
Dark whisperings and hints of
favoritism were cast about when
it was discovered that while one
entrance to a subway station was
built of the conventional iron, the
one across the street was fashion-
ed of rich bronze.
An investigation was informally
launched to get to the bottom of
the matter, viz., how come the city
spent all the extra money to build
one of bronze when an iron one
would have done just as well?
The sleuths were due for a jolt.
however, for it was discovered that
the classy entrance cost the city
nothing. The financial house in
ordthe entire coat of the rao .
installed by city'labor, so that the
city saved instead of lost money.
Everyone is satisfied and the
country is apparently as safe as
ever. Incidentally, you may use
the doggy stairway for the same
nickel that gets you into the more
vulgar subway entrances around
History Lesson
It rather looks as though two
gentlemen who applied for citizen-
ship papers will have to wait and
get better acquainted with United
States history.
"Who," inquired their examiner,
"is president of the United
"George Washington," respond-
ed the candidate promptly.
Slightly dissatisfied with that
answer, the examiner ashed "Who
is governor of New Yorkt
Again the snappy answer:
"George Washington.
Turning to the man's compan"
ion, the examiner weakly sa
"Who is Calvin Coolidget
Neither candidate had e ver
heard of him.
Yes, they'll have to wait.

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Glittering Gold
Real gold will glitter from n Iw.:-:.
top stories of a skyscraper nearing
completion. :-
Designed to -withstand the ae (i
test of the city's atmosphere, 14 I& .
carat gold, suspended .in oil, ..Nat .i
sprayed into the terra cotta hsbeftA.
it was fired in the kilns.
It will have a distinct golden
laze -uner certain ghts, the
manufacturers, say. The ten.
eotta on the lwr floors has .
celved a similar treatment
metallic aluminum.

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moss andlento Pa-Jubilee together
Siness and ente es in which the fined eil is avqable cheaply it i create for in all its phases. Jubee together
identity of an individual must be highly eonomnaal in modterat- Tbea Jews accustomed to a wish that a the y
knowg n ith cerpi tacos. um fiP- siled units, though probably not as Jewish environment with all flee in the days of g
gerprints never hage from birth economical in large units as theiful habits, and cere-Year of Relese a
until death, the time will come steam turbine. In aviation it is monies, beautifre natural most Liberation when ev
when society will require every expected that the same weight of e practe and observe came into his ownev
child to be fingerprinted at birth, fuel will produce three times the eager to practice and observe came Into his own, Yown
and the prints made a public re- mileage as gasoline, at a lower these habits, here in this land Year of Jubilee may
ord. Under such a system there price per gallon. of freedom and opportunity. the whole House of
can never be any question as to Sooner or later the Diesel en- Among those who came Peace and Happiness,Jo
whose baby is who when children gine will come into its own in the here with this stream of Contentment and true
get mixed in a hospital ward, oair and flying will be cheaper as Jewish immigrants was one and Freedom.
whether the person claiming to be well as safer from the fire risk. ewish immigranischewitas one and Freedom.
P Jthe missing heir is the right one. Dov Baer Manischewiz.A
ENGINES devout, earnest, observant
DEPRESSION Experimenters with the Diesel SHN'NASS HAYOVEL Jew, he realized that his fel- The Fest of
DEPRESSION type of engine for airplanes are low Jews would want all the of
How serious has the much- optimistic in spite of many set- This year of 1931 is Shnass things that would enable MACAROONS, SPONGI
talked-of business depression act- backs. Diesel-engined planes have Hayovel, a Year of Jubilee. It them to keep their faith, and
ually been? Not nearly as serious made long flights economically but ust fifth ears sie the he established n a small AE, NUT CAyE
nor as far-reaching in its effects, the questions of manufacturing i i years since the so he established, on a small C N CA
I believe, as the drought, about cost and durability remain to be beginning of Jewish mass im- scale, at first the Matzoth AND PASTRIES
which much less has been said answered, migration into the United Bakery which, in the course
and written. The Diesel engine is like any States. A half century ago, in of this half century, has For East
According to one authority, bus- other engine which depends upon 1881, when the Jews began grown into the greatest fac- r
iness as a whole is only about 9 the explosion of a mixture of gas to flee from Russia because tory of Matzo, and Matzo
per cent off the normal for this and air inside a cylinder, except ----
time of year, employment is 95 thta it uses heavy oil instead of of terrible persecution, there products in the world, now
percent of normal, retail sales are gasoline and requires no electric were only 250,000 Jews in known far and wide as the B. NpW YORK
only off about 3 per cent, taking ignition system, the pressure in- this country. Now there are Manischewitz Company.
the country as a whole, grocery side the cylinder being so great close to 5,000,000. The Jew- The sons of this doughty Baking
sales are about the same as last that the oil is heated to the igni- ish communities were small pioneered who are conducting
year, regular interest and divi- tion point by the rise in tempera- ish communities were small pioneered who are conducting C
dends are being paid as usual and ture caused by the pressure. and Jewish life on these this great industry are send-
thirty million families are living The high pressure required shores was in its infancy. ing hearty greetings to Amer- 471 S. W. Eighth St
on almost the same scale of expen- makes it difficult to reduce the With the influx of our breth- ican Jewry and to Jewries Phone 2-1773
diture as they were in the height Diesel engine to the light weight from Eastrn uropethe world over in this Shn'-
of "flush times." required for aviation. For ships ren rom Eastern Europe, the world over in this Shn'-
It is the fashion to "talk poor." and wherever crude or semi-re- Jewish life oegan to take con- nass Hayovel, in this year of
Cash is not circulating as rapidly g0oo0o0 oo+ + + + + ++ + + + + + + ++ +0o ++ +-
as it was, but credit for those en-
titled to it is easier than for
years. The chief sufferers are the
victims of over-production, who
are namely the farmers THE JEWISH RADIO HOUR
Houses cost too much and are STATION W Q A M
not good enough when they ar o EVERY SUNDAY 5 TO 6 P. M.
finished and paid for. That is ___
what Grosvenor Atterbury, one of
the most famous architects, de- o SPONSORED AN SUPP.ORTED
clares, and many others agree with S
him. There has been no :mpor- by
tent improvmeent in the building b
houses are still made to order, by o THE EWSH FLORIDIAN AND E FOULING ADVE
expensive hand processes. able >^00-00 00 00 00000--t0 --JLJL0 Qa a
Working people ought to be able ________ ________ _________________________
to buy permanent homes for half o
what they now cost, homes that o o
will not deteriorate in twenty WeSS Paint Store
ears or fifty, and which will keep G S'
out the weather without constant M. WESSON, Prop. Palatial KNosher
repairs. The way to get them, o o
Mr. Atterbury points out, is to Restaurant
build them in factories, by mach- J bbers
nery. o Jr 265 N. E. Seend Street
He has done that with a group PR 0GR A M
of houses on Long Island. Instead 137 W. Flagler St HOME OF AL
of single bricks or boards put to- *
gether "on' the job," whole walls, Phone 2-0584 Where Quality and Kehr
floor slabs, partitions, roofs, were Hand I Hand
cast in reinforced concrete and W Qo afltyand rK uhrr
fittd io reinforce concrete pleanof I _Address ...............Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Go Hd In
fitted to gether by a couple of10 a, *
workmen with a derrick. The re- .o ....0.r ________ ac Kapa00
suit is houses which are more o -
comfortable in hot weather or cold Pone 2 4 VOCAL S CTI :
weather, which will last hundreds Phone 2-3324 VOCAL SELECTIONS: ETTA
of years, and which cost about half g Ambulance Service Mrs. Samuel Resnick
hat similar houses built in the HERN Mrs. Chas. Markowitz I Beauty Shoppe
Eventually some such system A 0 Cantor Louis Hayman 2207 N E second Ave
will be in general use and every- FUNERAL HOME Cantor Boris Schlachman *
body will be able to own a durable o Sydney Palmer Phone -041
home 122 W. First Street Lewis Merlin o Specializing in Eugene Per.
TAXES Miami, Flda manent Waving, Helene

Comparatively few motorists re-
sent being taxed for highway up-
keep, in the form of a sales tax
on gasoline. But politicians, al-
ways trying to find new ways of
paying more salaries to their
henchmen, are trying in some
states to divert the gasoline tax
to other than highway purposes.
This ought to be resented and
fought by everybody who believes
that we have too many tax-eater.s
in America. Every dollar paid in
taxes by car owners or drivers
should be used for highway con-
struction and maintenance.
Sir Edward R. Henry died the
other day. He was the chief of
Scotland Yard who introduced into
modern police practice the anci-
ent Chinese method of identifica-
tion by fingerprints.
For more than 2,000 years the
peoples of Eastern Asia used
thumbprints instead of signatures.
Any signature can be forced, but
no two persons have identical fin-
gerprints. Today there are liter-
ally millions of fingerprints on
record in the police headquarters
of every nation. Every known
criminal is fingerprinted and
photographs of these fingerprints
are exchanged between police de-
Banks, insurance companies, ar-
Mies and navies, all sorts of bus-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1981


Passover, that great feast
of liberation is once again
with us. Again we are to comr
memoiate the great beginning
of i people destined to become
one of the leading nations of
the world, not m a sense of
great geographical possessions
or great armies and navies,
nor even monetarily, but lead-
ing in the spiritual sense. Be-
ing looked up to as a peculiar
race, perhaps, because of ourl
ability to assimilate and with-
stand persecution, torture, de-
gradations, maassares and
what not and never the les s
coming back stronger th-w
out the ages' and remaining a
decided factor in the affairs
of the world.
And yet ... we often won-
der, are we really ftie? Are
we entitled to celebrate and
commemorate the great feast
of liberation?
Are we free? Are we not
enmeshed, bound, fettered
and gagged in all our inner-
most spiritual aspiratins by
the fear of what the next fel-
low will say. Do we not
blindly follow the dictates of
everything tlat is contrary to
what we really and deep down
in our hearts desire and crave
for, simply because of d6r so-
cial aspirations?
Freedom is a peculiar term,
indeed. Are we enjoying free-
dom when we ride around in
our autos, go to the concerts
and attend thl theatre mere-
ly because our neighbors do
it? Is the Jhdv enjoying his
freedom when instead of tak-
ing advantage of his right to
practice his own faith and be-
lief in. his own way, he apes
the next chap and stays away
from everything that is Jew-
ish ? Is it freedom waen he is
afraid to buy Kaher meats
or observe the Sbath sim-
ply because somaeon may call
him an old timerw? I it free-
dom when one o denounces
everything t_ t A the *o% -
dox Jewish belefa s pr-
stitious, and thnb When het asl
Kaddish tor r Yahmrait
to observe, a aet Orb
thodox i% by tde
back door, n i rear
and j e ,
quietly riadto e flvi ,
Is it t when

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Tell me, Gentle Maiden,
Have you star dust in your
Do you nightly mount your
r dream boat
183 And swiftly ride the skies?

Behind that brow so wide,
Behind those eyes so blue-
Are you thinking every day
As they come within your
Buckley's killer must be
Priceless movies here in
Or that man I met last night
Had the nicest eyes of
Do you think that woman's
Is as good as Mary Anne's?
You would like a new spring
Wish that Ted would learn
to dance?
No doubt we misjudge you--
And the star dust in your
Is really just plain gold
That's the reason for your
q. d, q

The draft horse has a good,
strong pull.

When you are kind,
You are like sweet, spri
water bubbling throu
the grass,
'Neath shade trees whe
robins sing and gent
breezes pass.
And there I find
Peace, as I lie upon the
bank and drink
And look up into yondei
blue sky and think.
The cool draught to m
is like your kiss
And when you say you
me, dear, like this.
Our life is like a happy
mer noon.
Made gay with bird-sol
flower-scents of June
I look into the blue sky
your eyes,
Into your soul, and won
the wise
Kind Providence who g
your love to me
Dwells in their depths
Culprit (pleasantly) -
a fine day, your Honor.
Judge You're righ
the amount of yours w
near and dear to them
happens to be ill.
Is it freedom to refu
support Talmud Torahs,
agogues, Palestine in
tions, etc., and yet su
Symphony Orchestras
cause they find it more
We respectfully co
that the individuals wh<
to practice what they b
in, who know they are st
ers in their pursuits in
fields, who are afraid i
sert their own religious
victions and practice
are not liberated and
NOT FREE. If ever the
was a slave, these Jews
are afraid to praweve
which they believe,
SLAVES in the fullest
of the wrd. For thaeI



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Pug Sluggum, on trial for
murder bribed an Irishman of
the jury with $100 to hold EVEN THE KING CAN'T GET A DRINK
out for a verdict of man- In London we visited a fashionable restaurant called the
slaughter. After being out a Embassy Club.
long time the jury came back
into court with the desired It is a place where the hoity-toity dance, and my wife
verdict. Pug managed to get and I had the pleasure of feasting our middle class eyes on
near the Irishman and said. a large collection of young lords and ladies, with a sprinkling
"I'm mighty obliged to you. of multi-millionaires and even a couple of dukes.
Did you have a hard time?" A little after midnight a waiter stepped up to each table,
"Yes," replied the Irish- according to the law and custom in England, and reminded
man, "a divil of a time. All the diners politely that the bar was about to close. A few
the rest wanted to acquit minutes later he came again and asked each diner to finish
youi." his drink because the glasses must be removed.
A gay party had arrived only a little while before, head-
Mrs. Styles-The Crumbys ed by a younger son df His Majesty, King Gcorge. I
have some china that has watched with interest to see what would happen when the
been in the family for more waiter visited that table. Would a prince of the blood be
than a hundred years. asked to give up his glass like any common man? Or
Mrs.Newrich That just would a polite evasion occur in the case of one so exalted?
shows that they were never My question was quickly answered. The waiter did,
able to afford servants, poor indeed, go to the Prince's table last. But when he arrived,
things, the Prince took one last gulp and handed over the glass
with a smile.
Customer: "What does this A few hours previously we had sat in one of the Eng-
mean in your advertisement lish law courts. A young man had been arrested only two
-'Btg sts'?" weeks before, charged with the heinous crime of murder-
Clerk: "Bathing suits, ma- ing his mother. In the space of a few days he was brought
dam. They are abbreviated to trial. The jury was chosen in a couple of hours, the
this season." case was heard fully, including the testimony of medical
S* experts, the verdict was found, and the murderer was sen-
Lawyer-And just how bad tenced.
do you want this divorce, In our country the crime would have been a newspaper
Mose ? sensation for months, while the trial dragged its dreary way
Mose It only cost me a through the maze of legal obstruction.
string o' fish to git married, We are ahead of the English in many ways. We do
suh, but, please Gawd, Ah'd business more quickly, with more flexibility, and more steam.
give a whale to git rid of her. But when it comes to respect for the law they have us. lash-
*a ed to the mast. We pass thousands of laws and disregard
"Mother, we heard a quar- them. The English pass fewer, but they certainly respect
tet in church last night," said and enforce them. If you kill yJ3r motherver v tlhere
the little boy. "Daddy liked to you're hung, and promptly.
hear them sing." And when the bar closes even the king can't get~ iric.
"Didn't you?" asked moth-i _
er, curiously.
"Well," explained the tot,
"I like quartets best whentt' / ,.-.
they're eight or nine singers." T H A M '
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Customer: Ah, Mr. Wopser,
it's the old story-the woman
always pays.
Shopkeeper: Well, if you
'ad a look thru my books
you'd find that some of 'em
don't-- The family
mal wn




y physician should above all things, be a nor-
htaa i4- a-aaM -nm wa n tn, ,-+T 4i ,'I% t nA ti3a

of "Who's that new girl Iseen L e HUM P l 1o UU 1 eLU 1 JlrUnII LJ u ,U 11y U oenas
Sof "Who's that new girl Is.een influence felt in many ways, not inconsistent with the
you with last night?" practice of medicine, to make his youthful patrons better
der if "That ain't no new girl, it's men and women. I am afraid many times the doctor does.
my old girl painted over. n't speak out, in the fear of offending some of his most
ave prominent clients; particularly so it has been in the matter
S Dinah: Is you made all yo' of the dance. So many of our very best pay patients une-
or in 'rangements foh yo' wedding ? i tion it.
Mandy: Not quite. I's got i .
to buy a trooso an' rent a Nevertheless, if an act or deed contains a strong ei
t's house an' et mrhusband a meant of hidden vice, the physician should be outspotm
job, an' get some regular against it; for no one should know better than he, the dma-
t and washin' work to do. An' when age often done by indulgence in things that are pleasing,
rill be them's done Ah kin name the but hold dangerous poison.
happy day. In .this letter, I shall fortify myself behind known au-
thorities; I shall confine myself to opinions of other man
,who we submit, Passover was not rather than assume any dictatorship on my own part& I
proclaimed, have no. desire to attain a point of notoriety in this matter
ise to May the lesson of Passover of grave concern, but I may say that I endorse the auther-
Syn- be ever present in the minds' ities quoted.
stitu- of these Jews who knowing Dancing and purity are not incompatible-there a
ipport themselves fear to recognize too many proofs of that, to be denied; but, in these scuiy.
themselves. Let them leave ing days, a warning is not out of place, it seems to me.
fash- the land of bondage, even Lf So, here they are:
it be only mental! And to that
intend greatest of blessings "KNOW 'Those churches in recent times which resolutely set
n fear THYSELF" let there be themeles against the pastime are wiser in their generation
believe practiced a still greater one than is commonly supposed.
rang- "BE THYSELF." "ALL dancing excites the passions -' those modes*
alien And let these same Jews. patter have as their ultimate tendency, the brakift
to as- repeat to themselves one of down of religious restraint, and the free exercise of sex.
Scon- the most beautiful passages liberty "
them, in the Seder Service: "Hash- Mind you,this is not propaganda-it is medically 9 -
&RE ate Avday, leshone Habo'oh corded as ic fact. It would not be printabe her
L Jew bnai chorin," "this year we history of ti ce as indulged by r~aes of men tfre .
Swho are leaves, but neatyea may immemorial; the early Albigsnes e of Iuae .,
that we he free in the land f Is- dancing, "the devil's procession." I could quote
are rale"r; if not pwsically at volumes ere -space forbids; let me say, conduiM
sense =eAt m ly -.d a ac- m .any form -of -.exowcise r orA y. "'.a-;
Jews. tiees. health. This wit t


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Dr. and Mrs. Barney Wein-
kle entertained with a musi-
cale last Saturday at their
home. Mme. Patricia Sanina,
pianoforte artist, was guest
of honor and gave a group of
musical numbers. Mme. Sa-
nina received her musical
training from widely known
masters in Europe. Sonya
Snowe and Miss Bertha Ru-

After the sewing session,
Mrs. S. Katz, the chairman,
reported the completion of a
number of garments for ship-
ment to Palestine.
Mrs. Cohen then served a
delicious luncheon and the ba-
lance of the afternoon was en-
joyably spent at card playing
and high score prizes were
awarded each table.

benstein of Canada contribu- *
ted vocal numbers to the pro- Sisterhood of Temple Israel
gram. will sponsor a card party on
Present were Dr. and Mrs. Monday, March 30, at 2 p. m.,
Wilder of Atlanta, Dr. and at Kaplan hall, 137 N. E. 19th
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Dr. and street. This party will be in
Mrs. M. D. Kirsch, Mr. and memory of Isaac M. Wise,
Mrs. R. Wolpert, Mr. and Mrs. founder of the Hebrew Union
Shoenberg, Dr. Isaac Wein- college and an important fig-
kle, Mrs. Beatrice Sweetman, ure in Jewish history of the
Mrs. B. Brinkrant, Mr. and Reform Movement. There will
Mrs. Harry Lipton, Miss Lena be a program. Mrs. H. U.
Weinkle, Mrs. T. Ratner of Fiebelman will sing and Mrs.
Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Weinstein will give a short
Czech of Chicago, Dr. L. Kob- synopsis of the life of Dr.
nat, New York; Harry Kob- Wise. Mrs. Leonard Epstein
nat, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel will give a reading.
Machtei, Dr. Arthur Marco Following the program, the
of Havana, Mr. and Mrs. Ben guests may play bridge.
Kohl, Miss Edna' Snowe, Mr. There will be a prize at each
and Mrs. Robert Rosenthal of table. Refreshments will be
New York, Miss Helen Yunes, served. Mrs H. R. Klein is
Mr. and Mrs. Carl WeinKle, chairman for the afternoon,
Mrs. L. Yunis, Harry Simon- assisted by Mrs. Si Mendelson
off, .Mrs. L. Metz, Morris and Mrs. H. U. Fiebelman.
Singer, Dr. and Mrs. Max The party is open to the pub-
Ghertler, Mr. and Mrs. P. lic and an invitation is ex-
Stanger and Dr. and Mrs. tended to visitors who may
Hoffman of New York. be in the city at this tima.
Following the program re- The next regular meeting of
freshments were served buf- the Sisterhood will be at 2
fet style. o'clock Monday, April 6, at
S* which time the election of of-
Senior Chapter of Hadas- ficers will take place.
sah met Monday at the home *

of the President, Mrs. Isidore
.' Cohen. After a brief business
session a nominating commit-
tee for tne coming election
was selected with Mrs. Sam
Simonhoff as chairman.

'On Pasover the choicest of
I' everything distinguishes the
Jewish Home. Maniechewitz
SMatzo and Matzo product
are the cholcost of their
k lnd-Mprod.ucat t he laro-
A* eslr Matze Bakery in
S he world. In demand
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An important factor in the
speeding up of the campaign
for the sale of Junior Hadas-
sah time was the "Bridge of
Time" given by the organiza-
tion at the Robert Clay hotel,
last Tuesday evening, when
Belle Wesson, Reggie Gold-
stein, Hannah Mack, Jennie
Rotfort, Louise Lichtenstein,
Minnie Blanck, Sadye Silber-
stein, Betty Woolf and Freda
Lutzky were the hostesses.
The evening was both. a fin-
ancial as well as a social suc-
cess and the approximately a
hundred people who attended
were given a very enjoyable

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Mrs. Ida Buckstein, presi- the evening was made by Rab-
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary bi Isaac M. Wapner who spoke
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox on "What Has the working
Congregation will be hostess class in Jewish life done for
to the worshippers at the late Judaism and discussed the
Friday night services at the economic forces that were the
Synagogue Friday night at a cause of these changes. He
reception in honor of her predicated a rise in the stand-
granddaughter Eileen Sarah ing of the working class in
born last Saturday morning Jewish life and lauded their
to her daughter Mrs. Samuel participation in the upbuilding
Futterfass. of Palestine and in general
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Just a few friends of the
family attended the Bris of
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ter Falkenstein last Monday
at the Victoria Hospital when
Rabbi B. D. Mindel was the
mohel. Rabbi Isaac M. Wap-
ner of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation was the
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Gottesman and daughter will
leave Sunday morning for
Patterson, N. J., to spend the!
summer with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Coopersmith. Mr.'
Gottesman who recently un-
derwent a serious operation is'
now convalescing.
Last Sunday afternoon's
program broadcast over the
Jewish Radio Hour brought
unstinted praise from a large
number of both Jewish and
non-Jewish listeners. Mrs.
Evelyn Raff sang a number
of selections in the German
and English which showed
her remarkable musical abil-

rellei worK. AL tLe conclus-
ion of his address he answer-

Isaac M. Wapner
will be at the
1545 S. W. 3rd St.
from 7:00 to 9:00 P. M.
and during the day at his home
1860 S. W. 4th'Street
for .
"M'chiras Chomatz"

Honest, Courteous Service.
N. W. 7th Ave, at 28th Street

evening. A beautiful cake do- _- I--- _-
nated by the New York Bak-
ing.Co. was awarded to Miss Philbri
Louise Lichtenstein. Fifteen Phibr
bridge prizes were donated Director of Funerals
by the hostesses and the fo!-
lowing firms: Biltmore Laun- Srving Greater Miami
dry, Exotic Gardens, Safer's,
Curly Top Beauty Parlor and
others. At a late hour refresh-
ments were served. t rp

A meeting of the Junior D -un-r- -i-rp.
Hadassah will be held at Kax- -
lan Hall,, next Monday, Mar. We Deliver
30th, at 8:15 p. m., when a B un ndles
splendid program will be pre-' ..
sented and the nominating ...
committee will be named by Satisfa n
the President. All holding Phone 3.36
Jewish National Fund boxes 21 Norh West N
are urged to return them at North West Ninth
this meeting. Included in the
cultural part of the meeting
is a book review on Lewis \N-------
Brown's "This B e li e ving
World," by Mrs. I. Weinstein. /
Other features of entertain-
ment and a number of musi-
cal selections will be given G l Me
.during the evening. All visi-
tprp as well as residents are

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attend the meeting Ites. Martin -6haerhnr who '
be made welcome. has become. lage a atorite rn
~~* fleWi ib circles' Mami
adies Auxiliary of sang-a number of 'elections songs ai
ni Jewish Orthodox i wie accompanied it the at thep
tion held its regular ~o i by Mrs." Evelyni -aff. Kane'.*l
card party last wo vocal. selections .h.Mra. long~e al
night at the vestry Barney Kraft showed the gave a
the Synagogue. A splendid qualities of her vote cor4.^
basket of fruit was andthe able planner in which kept te
Irs. H. M. Drewitch she can sing. She was accom- ua gale
s were given to the panied at the piano by Baft
re winner at each oness Leopold. Cantor Nathan A 'zia
Wroobel in two synagogal from ap
ian twenty tables of numbers showed the knowl- by a wifE
rticipated. At a late edge possessed by but few
licious salad course cantors of the very meaning
d by the hostesses of the text and the real Jew-
Nathan Adelman ish synagogal spirit. Mrs. Sam FUN
el Hass. Resnick who was to have ap-
* peared on the program was 29 .
ulations are being unfortunately ill and unable Phf
y Mr. and Mrs. Sam to come. '
of Coconut Grove, *
rirth of a daughter, A well attended meeting
ah, at the Victoria was the open forum of. the City V
tst Saturday, Moth- Arbeiter Ring last Sunday
)y are resting nice- night at the Workmens Circle Firepli
hall. Mr. Leon Elkin presided |
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attended by a laam- ,
of guests and residents o
greater Miami District
Concert at the Beth Jacob'
gregation of Miami Beach
both a moral and finan-
success. Cantor Boris
lachman who directed the
ert and Cantor Nathan
obel of Miami who assist-
sang a number of Jewish
goal and folk songs and
e given a great ovation.
s Ardell sang several sel-
ens and WMs aid
the piano by Miss Ruth
n unusual pretty event
the initiation banquet of
Upsilon Lambda Phi so-
ty held in the Red Room
he Coral Gables Country
b last week when four new
bers were initiated.
among the novitiates were
Misses Mildred Green-
g,-rances Kane, Helen
o and 'Estelle Dizon. In
rge of the ceremonies
e Freda Lutzky, Faye
intraub and Malvina
iss. This sorority is limit-
in this chapter to students
the University of Miami
is a Jewish organization.
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Business meeting of the
mi Zionist District was
on the night of March
. Correspondence was
d and reports were sub-
ted. It was decided to hold
cheon every two weeks at
convenient restaurant, in-
ng everyone to attend who
be interested.
correspondence was read
mthe headquarters of
Jewish Agency in New
k City that ,Mr. Morris
henberg, the Chairman of
American Palestine Cam-
n for 1931, expects to
t Miami shortly in the in-
sts of the Campaign. It
Unanimously passed that
campaignn for $1,000.00 be
on in Miami to contribute
he $2,500,000.00 campaign
uguarted by the Jewish
ency for Palestine.
he Miami Zionist District
ived at a meeting, held
rh 8th, 1931, at the Beth
ob Synagogue on Miami
ch,. the following collec-
s for the Jewish National
'd: '
r. A. Wolfson, $10.00;
David W. Simon, $5.00;
cellaneous donations dur-
meeting, $49.17; Total,
.17. Deduction for ex-
se of meeting, $6.75; For
ded to National Fund Bu-
t, $57.42.
larry Simonhoff, chair-

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man of District, Mrs. Morris
Dubler, chairman, National
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel ,will be in charge of
special Sader Services next
Wednesday eveningin Kap-
lan Hall, at 7 p. m. following
the Passover services beginn-
ing at 6:30 p. m. in the Tem-
ple. The ritual will be conduc-
ted by Rabbi Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan and will be followed
by a splendid dinner. The
Serge will be $2.00 each and
paid reservations for this Se-
der must be made at the office
of Temple Israel not later
than Monday morning. Every
effort will be made to make
this Sader especially interest-
ing and attractive. The pub-
lic is cordially invited to at-

played by those present. .
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At a meeting of the Execu-
tive Board of the local Zion-
ist District plans for the Na-
tional Flower day to be held
in June were announced. As
usual this day will be in
charge of the National Fund
Committee which is now
headed by Mrs. Morris Dub-
ler who has been head of this
committee for several years.
A very enjoyable evening
of entertainment was the
dance of the Loyalty Club
held at the ballroom of the
City Club, last Sunday night,
when a large number of local
residents and some visitors
were present. The dancing
and entertainment provided
those present more than their
money's worth of enjoyment.
In charge of the event was
Mr. Bob Wallis who was as-
sisted by Mrs. Lena Simon.
Mrs. Sadye 'G. Rose and a
number fo other members. A
very tidy sum was realized as

The Council of Jewish Wo- the result of the affair.
men will as usual again this *
year' distribute Passo v er Beth David Sisterhood was
baskets containing Matzos host at a card party last Wed-
and other food, to families in nesday night at the Talmud
need and every effort will be Torah hall, when fifteen
made so that no family who tables of bridge were played.
is in need will be left wanting Among the prize winners
this Passover. were Mesdames B. Kandle, S.
J. Spector and Mr. Louis Sei-
On Friday, April 17th, the den. Mrs. A. Mink was award,
Council of Jewish Women will ed a beautiful bedspread. At
be the hosts at a card party a late hour refreshments
at the home of Mrs. P. Schein- were served.
berg, 1777 S. W. 12th street, *
when prizes will be given for At the meeting of the
high score and refreshments Friendship League held in its
will be served. Tickets of ad- clubrooms last Wednesday
mission are only fifty cents night the resignation of Miss
each. Sophie Gordon as chairman of
publicity was accepted and
A very interesting address Miss Mary Flitman was ap-
was made by Mr. M. M. Neu- pointed to succeed her. The
mann last Wednesday at the farewell Frolics dance will be
weekly luncheon of the Bnai held at the clubrooms on
Brith at the Palatial Kosher Wednesday, April 15th, as a
Restaurant. Others who spoke
were Mr. Jack Bernstein, Col.
Lieboldt and Rabbi S. M. fa mily
Machtei. Luncheons will be '
suspended for the next two i n i s h
weeks because of the Passover
Holidays. A completelyfinish-
PAUP ie&au at Pon.*

A very well attended and
enjoyable evening was held
last Monday night at Kaplan
hall, when the Bnai Brith
held its social. Cards were

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farewell: to- the. winter. visi-
tor: Prizes will be given for
the best waltz and fox trot
dancing. No business meet-
ings of the League will be
held until after the Passover
Holidays. After the business
meeting the usual dancing
was enjoyed until 12 o'clock.
Dr. Geo, J. Gerson of Bal-
timore, Md., will arrive Sat-
urday to join his wife who
has been visiting here for the
past month. He will be with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Gerson and his parents-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Schonfeld,
at 1428 S. W. 11th Terrace,

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Sapphires are blue;
Diamonds are dear, friend,
So are you!
It's often a man's strong
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wishes to clear his guilty con-'
science by righting whatever
"The Balfo r wrong he has committed
DIeclaration" against his fellowman, so the
carabyto. nations of Europe, chastened
H r by... by suffering, unconsciously
arry monhoff groped for the sins that
brought this visitation of
It was the darkest hour of wrath upon them. They found
the Great War. France was a victim of their wrongdoing
bled white. Great Britain al- readily enough in the Jew.
During this moment of intros-
most on her knees. Italy dis- section, th e conscience-
couraged and partly demoral- searching of Europe disclosed
ized. Czarist Russia, one of a long record of wrongs,
the Allies joined in the holy crimes, persecutions perpe-
cause of making the world treated against the Jews. Op-
pressive laws, segregated
safe for democracy, in the ghettos, degrading occupa-
throes of revolution, and forc- tions, civil disabilities, ban-
ed to make the ignoble Brest- ishings, burnings at the stake
Litovsk treaty. The only hope Inquisitions, organized pog-
that remained was the United roms, by no means completed
States. Could America train the horrifying list. Clearly
her man-power, and marshall something should be done for
her resources, in time to res- the martyred people who, in-
cue Europe from the conquer- cidentally, contributed to Eu-
ing "Hun"? The Kaiser and rope Christianity, the Bible,
High Command laughed at the moral law, and the Su-
the idea. Doubt and despair preme God.
seized the Allies. The reader In the British War Cabinet
who is old enough will recall was Arthur James Balfour,
how the Frech school children a scholar and statesman, a
lined up in the street of Paris descendent of the blue-blood
to welcome the first cordon of Cecils who helped to guide
American troops, were on the destinies of England since
their knees, the days of Queen Elizabeth.
At this dark hour, western He felt the obligation Europe
Europe appeared to be perish- was under to the Jewish peo-
ing. And as a dying man
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pie. Being an aristocrat, he
understood such values as
self-respect, dignity, and na-
tional honor. He conferred
with Britain's Allies, and ob-
tained the personal assent of
Woodrow Wilson. The great-
est boon he could confer upon
the Jewish people was to re-
store them to their place
among the family of nations.
Palestine would raise them
from their fallen state to re-
spect and honor. On Novem-
ber 2nd, 1917, Balfour issued
his immortal Declaration:
"His Majesty's Government
views with favor the estab-
lishment of a Jewish home-
land in Palestine."


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Miami Jewish Ort
1860 8. W.
To Whom It May Concern:
The Seaboard Sanitary Dairy at Hialeah, Dad
whose reputation as an observant Jew is well knc
personal supervision for the purpose of providing
for Miamians: and having complied with all my di
that all of the milk. butter, cheese, cream and dair
my personal supervision will be 'kosher for Pesa,
S at rpor e of identification each bottle of milk or er
a tag with my personal signature.
And I urm up uon he JewiEh community the
Kashru, and fully satisfied as to every reliious
As witness my signature this 19th day of h



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st of Dairy Products

kosher for


mal Supervision of

M. Wapner
Appear on Every Bottle or Package

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M, per pint ............... 60
I, per pint .................. 5
r pound 40e.
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hodox Congregatien
Fourth Street
Ie County, Florida, operated by Mr. L out
own to me, having placed_. j dairy plauMtS d a
kosher milk, butter, cream and ehe~L .i
directions as to ritual reaulationm, I doe .ew f
y products that will be produced by a Igt f
rh" "afilu limhadrin m ain iiU t ;.
'am, and each package of butter o iii
a .' ."
use of these product without the I
larch, 1981, Rosh Chodeh Nh ,nq^
(Signed) Isme M. I

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the man who doesn't know jest that-
where the line is located be- e a
tween self-confidence a n d Theree
conceit should hire a survey- would-be peacema.l
or to help him out. butts in.

158-60-62 N. W. Fifth Street
Manischewitz, Horowitz-Margaretme, Mat
Matzo Meal and Noodles, Coffee, Tea!
Sugar, Prunes and Nuts of al kinds,
Vinegar and Nyfat
,: A Full Line of Passover Dairy Products

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