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The Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 15, 1932
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63 v. : ;


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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311 Washington Avenue
- ~Miami Beach
Services at Beth Jacob will be
conducted by Rabbi Lazarus Axel-
rod who will preach and Cantor
Boris Schlachman who will chant.
Friday night's subject: "~Out of
the House of Boridage". Saturday
morning Yiddish "Great and Fear-
ful", also address to the Bar Mit-
zvah in English "Between two
Fires *

189 N. W. Third Avenue
The usual Friday evening late
services will hear Rabbi A. S.
Kleinfeld preach the sermon.
Passover services will be ushered
in Wednesday evening and Thurs-
day morning Cantor Louis Hay-
man will be in charge of the ri-
tual. Rabbi Kelinfeld's subject is
"Passover Code of Sanitation.",

1545 S. W. Third Street

.Late Friday evening services
will begin at 8:30 when Rabbi
Caplan will preachtan "'The Great
Sabbath T'he usual chanting
and congregational singing will
follow. Sunday evening the Chil-
dren's Sader will be observed.
Wednesday evening, April 20th
the Passover will be ushered in
at 6:30 p. m. with the usual Ma- I
ariv service. Tuesday and Friday
morning services will begin at 9
a- m. and the Rabbi will preach
in English during the services.

137 N. E. Nineteenth Street
"Religious services will be held
at Temple Israel, reform Jew s
congregation, 137 N. E. 19th S.
Friday evening at 8:15. There wi l
be a guest speaker.

been attained without opposi.
tin" "Op to of the petty
tiid thatpposiar encountering
will only encou aed work a
help you accomplis r"o "Czrisi
that much ease ". of force i
methods, the use tof datce".
threats, etc., are oblahf nd t"
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SWBeston, Candidate Passoveer r Mlkr
For Sheriff Is Ready

One of the most popular figures With all arrangements made by
in the race for Sheriff, L. R. the Miami Home Milk Producers
(Roy) Weston of Coral Gables Association for the production of
formally announced his candidacy kosher Passover Milk, Miami
this week when he opened cam- IJewry has responded splendidly to
paign headquarters at 402 Olym- Ithe efforts of this company and
pia building. A number of well the local Rabbis to insure milk
known citizens will be in charge Ithat is kosher beyond a doubt for
of "the campaign on his behalf. Passover consumption.
Mr. Weston was born in Jack- Rabbis Jonah E. Caplan of the
sonville 43 years ago, received Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
his primary and high school edu- tion, Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei of
cation in Gadsden County and im- the Radio Synagog, and Rabbi
mediately came to Miami where Laz~arus Azelrod of Beth Jacob
he has remained since. He entered Congregation, Miami Beach will
the employ of the Florida East personally supervise the hoshering
Coast Railway on the K~ey West of all machinery and utensils used
Extension for four years and lat- to produce the dairy products of
er in its transportation depart- the company. In addition a steady
ment for ten more years. In 1924mahihwllrieathe e-
he became a member of the de- ton Dairy, wilsuprise athe milk*
teetive department of Coral Ga-( iong andy, b ling o the milk. A
bles, later becoming Chief of Po- the local plant of the company an-
lice in 1929 where he made anm other mashgiach will be present
enviable record for an honest ad- during the msgnufacture of the
ministration of the office for butter and other dairy products.
more than two years. He is mar- During every step of the process
ried, and resides in Coral Gables to the competed product the Rab-
with his wife and two children. bis or their. Mashgiach will be
One attends the Ponce de Leon present to insure absolute kash-
High School and the other the rus-
elementary school there. He has Thlbesafxdoecho-
been connected with many labor teado ahpcaeo ar
organizations and police associa- pout er h intrso
tions during the course of his altreRbi.TreRbi
career.constitute a tribunal according to
Jewish laws to pass on all mat-
r~o~e Oraor iters of this kind and all three will.
N~ted ratorwork jointly to protect the inter-
To~ ~ .fiit est of Miami Jewry.
TO Offctate The Mashgiach has been named
by the Rabbis and the Jewish Wel-
if are Bureau authorities to enable
For the first time in many years constructive help to be afforded
the Jews of this district will have the organization and its wards.
the unusual opportunity of at-
tending a Sader with such promi-
nent men as the noted Orator Rev 1Tribute Paid
Zvi Hirsch Masliansky officiating
and the world famous Cantor, TO Worker
Rev. I. Kaminsky of New York,
and Cantor Boris Schlachman of
Miami Beach assisting. The Nemo Honoring the memory of the

The times do move and while
soeof us are concerned with
some ee day problems of earn
the everivehihood, others take
apon themselves the duty of
safeguarding the morals, spiri
tearl and political welfare of the
entire community. Thus have
grown up our "Political R~eform
ors", and thus was prohibition
foitstd upon us. We are told
what we may eat, or drink, how
we are to sleep and wralk, what
we may or may not wear, and
of course HOW TO VOTE.
particularly is this true of Jews
in cities like Miami.
Men who have been pioneers
in the community and have
grown up with the City, who
lived here when there were onrly
a handful of people, man the city
was only a hamlet, cannot and
do not want to realize that' oth.
ers, too, may desire to help in
communal work. They cannot
relinquish the self assumed lead.
ership which was theirs before
menof experience in affairs
came to the City. They cannot
concede that others have a right
to think for themselves. Parrti-
calarly is this true of many who
are able Rabbis. Such an ex.
ample is being flaunted in our
faces with the antics of each
an able Rabbi as Stephen Wise
in New York City. There is a
definite place in the Jewish com-
munity of every City for its
Rabbis. Let them take care of
the spiritual welfare of their
own Synagogues and Temples.
Let them see that their own be-
liefs are carried ourt. Let them
lill their Synagogues during the
Sabbath and holiday services.
Let them lead the way in the
education of our youth*
Let the layman attend to
the rest. The intrusion of a
Rabbi into politics, for such it
is, is obnoxious to the Jewish
people everywhere. And the
playing of petty politics, is par-
ticularly to be avoided.
We congratulate the courage.
ous young men who have organ,
ized the Jewish Voters League.
Their course as outlined at an
organization meeting is laudable
ande m. What objection atn an
sn an or woman hve t h
registering of Jewish men and
women as voters? To you who
are blazing the way for Jewish
accomplishment inthe field of
civics and public life for the
Jews of Dade County, may we
say: "Nothing worth while,
nothing of real value, has ever

With representative Jews from
all parts of Dade County present
at the Central High School, a
Jewish Voters League was organ-
ized last Wednesday night. Be-
cause of a misunderstanding the
meeting which was to have been
held at Beth David Synagogue or
the Little Roumanian Restaurant
was changed to the Central High
school and several hundred people
were unable .to attend.
Stirring addresses by business
men, professional men and men
in all walks of life met with en-
thusiastic applause. Organized for
the purpose of awaking the in-
terest of Jews in Dade County to-
wards their duty as citizens was
stated to be the main purpose of
the organization and it will cen-
ter its activities to get every qual-
ified Jewish resident to register
and 'enroll as a voter in Dade
County. A series of massmeet-
ings will be held shortly and eve-
ry candidate for public office will
be affolided the opportunity of
being heard in person*
A nominating committee ap.
pointed for the purpose recom-
mended officers and after addi-
tional nominations were made by
members at large, the following
officers were elected: President,
Harry H. Farr, active communal
worker engaged in the insurance
business; vice president, Morris
Dubler pioneer M~iamian, and see-
retary of the Beth David Congre-
gation; treasurer, Sam Wiessel
prominent communal worker of

Coral Gables; secretary E. Max
Goldstein, attorney and former
All-American Football star. The
board of gove nors consists of
H. Apte prominent produce merch-
ant, Paul Marks attorney, Max
Rappalport grocer and director of
The Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation; Nat Roth merchant and
active communal worker, and J.
Louis Shochet, publisher of the
Jewish Floridian. I
A finance committee was ap-
pointed consisting of E. Max
Goldstein, Nat Roth, J. L. Shochet
and Sam Wiessel.
The board of governors will
meet shortly to organize the cam..
paign for the registration of Jew-
ish voters and to arrange for the
First voters massmeeting.

Hotel owned and' operated oy
Goldberg and Albaum well known
local restaurateurs is preparing
for the finest Sader in its history
and one designed to be outstand-
ing in the traditional observance
combined with the finest of Pass-
over foods. The beautiful dining
room of the Hotel is being speci-
ally decorated for the Passover
Holidays and promises to present
a spectacle of traditional Pass-
over beauty. As the ritual of the

late Dr. A. D. Halpern, the pu-
Spils of the Workmens' Circle Yid-
dish school organized the A. D.
Halpern Club recently. Dr. Hal-
pern was one of the most active
supporters of the school and work-
ed indefatigably in its interests.
Officers of the organization are:
Bernard Rosen, treasurer; Har-
riet Katziff recording secretary;
and Margaret Horowitz, financial
secretary: No president was elec-
ted in accordance with the Work~-

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We call upon the Jewish men
and women of Dade County, and
the rest of Florida as well, to
register immediately. Join the
Jewish Voters League. Let your
voices be heard in a good cause.

1Sader is being carried out its real-m~ens' Oircle principles. A chair-
significance and meaning will be man is chosen to preside at each
explained by those officiating. meeting. A meeting of the or-
The Cantors will sing the melod- ganization will be held Sunday,
ies of the Sader to bring back once April 17, at the WTorkmens' Cir-
again the scenes of long ago. cle hall.


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Prlise were wton by Arline AroJ
nowiltz and Lillian Rellman. The
an int s in Jwis culuead
Alber ths Ta e~hng were*;
Abra malembaum, Belle Tran-
nenbaum, Stanley Tannebauml
Gertrude Bandel, Pearl Waldorf
Alice Bi'odks, Roasalyn Friedmanj
Lillian Rellman, Kitty M~orris,
borothy Morris, Edith Feinberg,
Dorothy Dlavis, Gladys Greenbergj
and Ruth Bernstem.n
Miss Rose Levin was acm
panist at the recent concertaccom-/
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Sand are better able to serve the be conducetd by R b h. avid

S O IE T Ys". Nathan Alframsonden e-~ n ggue Rsram in ru fa
o tained a number of friend hat er of guests will take advanitages
o week at her home in Miami Beach. o he slendid facilities provid-
C+++++++++*+++++++++++++000oQ++++ooscoooooo Among those present were Rabbi'e of tet restaurant for th~e ob-
An important meeting of the pices of the Radio Synagogue met Jonah E. Caplan, Mr. and Mrs. yc of an enjoyable Pass-
adies Auxiliary of the Jewish at the Robert Clay Hotel last Nathan Adelman, Mrs. J. L. Servia the rsarn ncml
Welfare Bureau will he held at Wednesday night. Rabbi S. M. Shochet and others. Delicious re- o withe requsts byn its cpatrns
:aplan hall next Monday, April Machtei talked on the need for ap- freshments were served during the a reserve breakfast as well as
8, beginning at 2:15 p. m. All plying the teachings of Judaism in evening. nnran upe drngte
ose having charity boxes are t~he daily life of the individual,; dne d up urg h
~quested to bring them in for and of the benefit thereof to the At the last meeting of the Jun- Pasoe wek
e prpoe o colecin wht- ndiidul.Questions relating to ior C~hapter of Eliami Hadassah
ter funds are now in hand. More the practical side of religion and a nominating 'romnmittee to sug- Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan
lan fifty dollars has thus far to the relationship between man gest and recommend names for have left town for a few weeks

been realized from these boxes.
Those who are able, to contribute
bridge decks are urged to send
or bring them to this meeting as
,a need for playing cards for the
bridgess sponsored by the organ-
iza'tion, has arisen, and it' is de-
sirjed to save as maich as possi-


At the last meeting of the A.
Z. A. (Junior B'nai B rith) organ-
ization plans for the future work
of the organization were discuss-
ed. Among the affairs pr~ojected
aire, a dance to be held the latter;
part of April or the early pisrt of
May; a play shortly thereajfter-,
and an open Idetifitiig to which the
Jewish youth of Miami will be
invited. Following .the business
meeting a social hour was spent-
Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum spbhsor
of the Gralce 'gdtiar Club enter'
tained its iniembe'rs at a costume
party Wednesday night at hek
home, 2103 S. W.~V 11th St. Games
of various kinds were played andi
during the evening delicious 're-
freshments were served.

and God were discussed. Because
Inext Wednesday night will be the
first eve of Passover, it was de-
cided to hold the next meeting of
the study group at 8 p. m. on
Monday, April 18, at the Robert
Clay Hotel, in Ft. Dallas Park.
`There is no charge made and eve- i

the officers of the organization
for the coming term was anno-
unced. Those on the committee
are Bede Goldenblank chairman,
Jennie Rotfort, Hannah Mack,
Sara Kohn, Rosalyn Bader, Reta
Gerson, and Evelyn Jamison.

ble. I ryone is welcome. Miss Hannah Mack chairman of
~On Sunday night May 1st al e e the J.. N. F. Fund for the Junir
bjenefit bridge for the organiza- t A supper wiHl be giv ~n. by,, te Hadassaih announced that Thurs-
tion will be held at the home of Womnan's Club of. the Wrk~men's day evening, April 28 a hard times
1 rs,. Morris Rubin, 1923 S. W. Circle .Sunday, April 17, begin- party for the benefit pf the fund
1:3th St. Mrs Hyman N. Levy ning at 7 a. m. at the Workmen's will be held. Those having ffity
wiill be co-chairman of the affair Circle hall, 701 N., W. 5th Ave. A cents in the J.. N. F. boxes will
a~nd members of her gym~ club charge of fifty cents per plate ~be admitted to the affair.
will assist at the card party. will be made~. The public is cordi- *
Among them are Mesdames Henryi ally` in vited to attend and a good Plans for the Sader and Pass-
Berg,. S. .Glick, J. N. Morris, S. time is assured arll. aver .week. at Rosalsky's Kosher
Katz, Henry Bulbin, J. Simpson, Mrs. H- Katziff, Mrs. S. Litt, R'estaurant provide for the ~tradi-
B.. L. Reisner, H. H. Miller and Mrs. D. Gross and Mrs. I. Gilman tional ceremonies and observance.
I. L. Seligman. The general pub- are in charge of arrangements. A well known citizen will be in
lic is urged to attend. Icharge of the Sader ceremonies
'`.. i.Mr. Harry Iewis of Atlarita, and will conduct the Sader. Dur-
Mr. nd rs. ackApteandGa., arrived here to attend the ing the entire Passover week the (
Mrs. Ida Apte of this city left weddihg of his daughter this com. restaurant will serve three meals
by auto Thursday! morning to ing Sunday. He will remain here daily in accordance with patron's
spend the Passover holidays with indefinitely. requests.
friends and relatives in New York ri *
city. They will return to Miami TeSueBrdothAbe- Martin Chochem well known
afera el aredvcaio. ter Ring entertained last Sunday Yiddish character artist presented
Rabbi S. M. Machte of the evening at a banquet in honor of acnetls atra ih t
Radio Synagogue was te oprinci- its pupils at its hall. Lillian Kap- the LomioninAwmls 1 t whn di
a etin tr tahe Sci aCldubass smste one ale th ciM rn lp popular airsheand recitations. In-
Monday afternoon. Following the hrel ik Yidih Aernumbe o lumber inf voc rog am be ra
budn heeip te o ma -the children. Sty eSnwe en Thebyso gs and
tine" read by Mrs. Harry Wein- che reevd uh plue
berg. Mildred Greenberg well Loizis Rifas and Hyland Rifas from those present and several
known pianist played a number members of Miami younger Jew- encores were given.
of piano selections. Rabbi Mach- ish set and owners of the Miami *
tei spoke on "The Significance of Title and Abstract Co., announce Plans for the Sader at the Pal-
Passover." The concluding hnum- they have recently moved to new atial Kosher Restaurant announc-
ber was a charming recitation by offices at 41 N. E. First Ave., ed by Mr. Morton Fagan provide "
Grace Berg. I

Asdg par y was hedo bati n

them to an opportunity in the
contest. A series of similar
bridges will be held from time to
Because of the close proximity
of Passover the Hadassah bridge
scheduled for April 19, has been
indefinitely postponed.
An event of interest to the
younger Jewish set of the dis-
trict is the wedding of Frances
Lillian Lewis formerly of Atlanta, I
c ty, SunMa L insing,e Ari 17h (
Rabbi Jonah E. Calfan of the (
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will officiate at the ceremon-
ies which will be conducted at the
home of the groom's parents in .
Buena Vista. An improvised al-
ea bena tiful tde orated for the
gaily bedecked with flowers will
be the scene of the marriage vows.
Miss Sylvia Lewis of Atlanta,
,Ga., a cousin of the bride will be
maid of hoh r andthMr. Leon Le -
be astheman, slowin ghe ce e
guests at a dinner in the Palatial
Kosher Restaurant.
-The -sturdy group in applied
practical religion abder the sus-

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R. (ROy) WEST 0 N Ci~
Subject to Democratic Primary
June 7, 1932

I am seeking this high office with full knowled IN HONOR of
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and Daughter's banquet will be
given in the school cafeteria. 'This
is a regular get-to-gether given
especially for those daughters who,
never see their mothers at home.
Ida Engler is on the committee.
Mildred Clein the ingenious maid-
en, will aid in the decorating.
Dorothy Dubler will give one of
the speeches. (Af ter dinner or
As I know very little about box-
ing, tho' I'm not stating that I
can't box--if necessary. I must
say something about it. My read-
ers say that I neglect athletics.
In the first round of the intei-
class boxing tournament Ed Leven
seems to be the only participant.
Here's to a knockout.
Well for once I could have done
two things that I really looked
forward to doing. First, I could
have written enough news to fill
a whole paper, but being consid-
erate I wouldn't do such a thing.
Second, I could have used all
the parentheses I wanted to cause
;one of my great critics won't be
in town when the paper comes
So happy landin's to those that
slide or roll!



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Tuesday April 19, Senior Ha- meat business in R~ockaway Park
aessah is sponsoring a bridge N. Y. '
asrty for -the benefit of its Infant *
Welfare and J. N. F. Funds. The Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Grossman
respective chairmen of these cont- of New York city who spent their
sittees, Mrs. Barney Wemnkle honeymoon in Miami and vicini-
Ilnd Mrs. Alex Goldstein will be Ity as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
co-hostesses. The public is urged Sol Rotfort of this city returned
t attend. Prizes will be award- to their home by Clyde Line last
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ments will be served. associated with the Department of
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Doings At Miami High 3

By Bettye rt

What a week! All those that
ave had a busy time, jolly time,
;c., will know to what I'm refer-
ng. I assure you this covers
I guess I needn't say that the
;udents from Gainesville and all
points North have returned to
leir respective places. Need I?
ll one would have to do would
e to count the girls that carry
andkerchiefs at school and the
problem would be solved.
While F'm at this adieux I'd
better mention that Sylvia Miles
leaving for Georgia, (the land
f accents and mud). Now no
ne get disturbed please or I will
e accused of starting a riot and
lso getting publicity for Georgia
thing which I have no intention
f doing.
As I look over the events of the
reek, I notice that I must men-
ion the honor roll. I have plenty
seasons not to mention it but as
must be unprejudiced--here
Rebecca Weingarten leads with
,n average of 92.
Sydney Rosenthal comes next
vith 90. Now follow readers,
hat is absolutely all the seniors
h got on the roll this month.

Rs ItheD n T etty Lasky and
ladys Abenson have an average
,f 95
Anson Dreisen, Leon Sperling, Ida
jafer an average of 92.
Rachel Cohen, 91.
Jeanette Seligman, Esther Ne-
asm, Maurice Cromer 90. t
(Please pardon if I leave out
my vers but honestly tthee Ireg a

n pomores: Rose Levin 93.
M~irriam Pepper, Bernice Schwartz

2Talk about sophomores not get,-
;ing anywhere: Let me put in a
word for Bernice Schwartz, al-
,hough it's only Bernice's first
rear over here she has already
Started on a great way. Not only
s she a member of the Dramatics
:lub but she recently directed a
!lay. Luck to youl
Thursday, April 21, a Mother's

Ilt~IILI orI~e Y~k city for a
number of years and was a win-
ter visitor here last year. While
here they were the guests of hon-
or at a number of social events.
A regular meeting of the Books
in Brief Club was held at the
home of Mrs. Harry Kotkin last
Monday evening when "The Club-
worm" by Ernest Lathor was re-
Iviewed by Mrs. I. L. Reisman. A
general discussion followed. Dur-
ing the evening delightful refresh-
ments were served.
e 4
Jerome Goldsmith who has been
spending a week with his parents,
Mr.- and Mrs. Guy L. Goldsmith,
has returned to the University of
Florida, Gainesville, where he Is
a student.
r a .
A meeting of the Junior Coun-
cil of Jewish Women was held at
Kaplan hall last Wednesday night
when a very splendid program was
presented. Mrs. Stanley C. My-
er ipn reroof tthhe vcuebiwas t e
Ida Schwartz read an interesting
paper on the Hitler movement in
Germany. Plans are being made
for the observance of Mother's
Day by the Council. The nomin-
atilngmeommittee weas r onc
urged to attend a board meeting
nttheT home rofe Mi s Sylia rei-u
,at 817 W. Flagler St., when im-
portant business will be transae-
Miss Rose Mendelson and Mrs.
Sadye G. Rose left Tuesday for
Daytona Beach to attend the ses-
sions of the Grand Chapter of
Florida of the Eastern Star. They
are. expected to return to the city
the latter part of this week.

Next Mlonda Apl1,Jno
Hadassah's Giv Gepnt 18, Junior
luncheon will be held atr Lauarn
Jacobsen's with Miss Helen Yune i
as chairman of arrangements. The
toastmistress will be Miss Han- '
nah Mack and Mrs. Freda Lutzky
president of Senior Hadassah will
be the principal speaker. A mu-
sical program will also be pre-
sented. Reservations to attend :
may be made with Miss Reta Mer-
son or Miss Bede Goldenblank.

The last meting f the Mazda
Club was held ag othe hom of
Jaks To w tome or i
the program were Esther Cromer
Rose Farkas and Anita Bernstein'

Herbert U. Feibelman promi-
.nent Miami attorney was recently
appointed a member of the Amer-

bt on comitottete Thi pc isr
the organization which is doing
tremendous relief work in Eastern
Europe and which distributed mil-
lions for relief during the late
world war.

The Bar Mitzva of Jack Mint-
ze wll b en fo Mim
erach Jewr yan vent oto p an
that have been announced by Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beack
Saturday bmosr ng, Jackr wl e

Haftors. Before Musaf he will
deliver an address in Yiddish and
one in Hebrew, following which
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod will speak
briefly .
eFol oig th sevcstepr
Mrs. I. L. Mlintzer will be hosts
tothe w rshipp rs a n oldd fab

Sunday evening beginning at 8 p.
m. the parents will entertain their
friends and acquaintances at a
reception' in their home, 903 Jef-
ferson Ave., Miami Beach where
they will be happy to welcome all.
No invitations have been issued.
At this reception Jack will speak
in English. A number of promi-
nent guests will attend including
Mayor Val C. Cleary, County Soli-
citor Fred Pine, Judge Walsh of
the Municipal Court, Rev. Z. H.
Masliansky, noted Yiddish Ora-
tors, and all the Rabbis of the
Greater Miami District. Popular
Yiddish music will be played*

A very well attended card party
was given by the Ladies' Auxili-
ary of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation last Tuesday
night aet its vestry rooms. Prizes
were awarded for high scores and
delicious refreshments were sqerv-
ed. Mrs. Wm. Mechlowitz kmnd
-Mrs. P. Augusine were hostesses.

n An important meeting of the
eExecutive Board of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau was held at Kap-
lan hall last Monday evening.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose executive see-
retary of the organization pre-
,ented a six month's report of
its work and how the funds of
the organizations are being used
to alleviate the continually in-
creasing calls for relief.

Next Sunday evening at 6
o'clock the annual children's Sa-
der will be celebrated by the chil-
dren attending the Talmud Torah
and Sunday school of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the or~
ganization will be hosts to the
children. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
will be in charge with members
otet tTalm di Trah cnuc ig

reiigth tr ditoan nH~ag Ida
served the children during the
evening with Mrs. Max Rappaport
and? Mrs. Wm. Mechlowitz in
charge of the services.

Last Friday evening the first of
the Sabbath suppers was conduct-
ed at Temple Israel under the
sponorshipot beumil ullsrae po "

ed tables the guests were seated
shi RabSi oala recited d e
other Sabbath melodies were sung
by the guests to' the accompani-
ment furnished by Miss Mildred
Greenberg at the piano. Follow-
ing the supper those who desired
attended regular Friday evening
services mn the Temple.

Mr. and Mrs. David Frank are
receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a baby girl at the Vic-
toria Hospital last week. Mrs.



Frank is the former Sophie Gor- The beautiful loving cup which
don* is to be awarded first prize to the
young lady chosen Queen of the
Guests of Murray Grossman at May Day dance sponsored by the
his home, 361 Jefferson Ave. last Junior Hadassah will be exhibited
Friday evening were Jack Nus- shortly at one of Miami's promi-
baum, George Silverberg, Dorothy nent stores. Many entries are be-
Love, Cantor Boris Schlachman, inlg filed by the comm teehbs
Ida Fein, Irving Davidson, Sonya local organizations and dl tho
Bergin, Nat Nusbaum, Anne Kol- expecting to qualify are urged t
ler, Murray Grossman; the Misses send the names of the ent iles 7n
Ri~da Fein and Anne Koller, assis- before next Sunday,l epi Miss
ted at the serving table. when the entry list c ar-
SHannah Mack chairman of th
Wieds nd usiessa~sciae~rangments committee and her
of Jacob Werner connected with committee cnsitn 1f nblankBe
Phil Romer's at Miami Beach are Bader, BdJene Rotfort are, pre-
planning a farewell party during Silver aor oenne Rofthefint aevpe-
the Passover holidays in his hon. paring loca ane ftfnals. Several
or. A token of appreciation will nings ne t citizens hav eareedto
be presented him by his business promint d iens duringthed conet
associates for the past seven actw c jut es Ma ueen andhernts
years. Werner or "Jake"' as he i n 11chte a buen cnhoen
is best known among his friends Ladies in waiting ril choronaon
has been a prominent figure in Following the ch will be led by
the kosher butcher business in Mi- the grand marc cont es and b
am n Mia m ec o h atthe winners of the cots u
eight years. During the summer then the to thle strins ofl a -
Season he is engaged in the kosher gm. Dancing t sri o

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Many a good man has strayed
into the crooked path by following
the direction of a corkscrew.

scE gie l dis o ronthat sly..
gar is stirred into the mortar.
For an especially tasty ediflcee
they might even add vanilla.
A radio listener in lidiana ree-
ognized a crooner as her missing
husband. The fact that she had
not heard from him for years is
regarded by many musicians as
a break.
i I
In crook jargon, those counter-
feit $10 bills now prevalent are
called the "queer," whereas if
they were genuine they would be
no more than unusual.
(I !!
Just because a war isn't de-
clared, the Far Eastern patriot
needn't wear a look of surprise
at finding one ihis next tax no-

A willow ar arin Stough.
ton,' Wis., is bursting forth into
foliage. We expect our genuine
15-cent briar pipe to break out
any time now in apple blossoms.
!i I
A fashion letter for men says
natty dressers will carry nothing
this season in their pockets. This
is not only making a virtue of nee-
essity, but a mode.
r g I
Thousands can sympathize with
;he ex-business man in a Southern
asylum who clips imaginary cou-
pons from bonds. They've been
cuttingg coupons from imaginary
( g g
"'Stupidity appears almost uni-
rersal,"' says an Eastern profes-
;or gloomily. As time goes on
rnd it becomes unanimous, we may
!ven call it normal intelligence.
The situation should be double
embarrassingg for pointers-with,
,ride at the Chicago conventions.
t isn't genteel to point and there's
o little to be pointed at.
,t !
An Oxford professor says a
imple test of one's grammar gen.
rally is his use of "shall" ad
will." We shall, or will, try ano
race up in this regard, Prote sor. I
i I
The $20,000,000 tax on cosm~e-
ecs, in the House tax bil, should
ot, however, make that school
irl complexion any more costly,
or the school girl.
i i I
There, were players on the old t
ime river boats who read the s
acks of the cards readily as t
leir faces, if not more so; yet o
o one called t em psychic.

After many years, "Variety'sa" d
Dismissal of a new musical show Ir
;ill stands out: "The tunes were
le kind that you whistle going P
ito the theater. t

Volume V.-Number 16.
Friday, April 15, 1982

whose unscrupulous tactics should
have been rewarded with a ball
and chain rather than a director's
chair, which have only too fre-
quently been exploited to serve
their aims.
We need more men of courage
to unmask the hypocrite in Jewish
life who uses sacred religious ob-
servancesera a cloak d hide te

towards his fellow men; to expose
the strutting "philanthropis2t,'s
who pays more to his press agent
annually than he gives to philan-
thropies, and the "spiritual" de-
magogue who speaks with God
before an audience he can see

Jwsh Euaio nkrom exa ti of
and intimidating Jewish teachers
and interfering with a curriculum
of which the scholar and the rab-
bi should be the sole authorities.

Well worth studying, rememlber-

co't yeaked 4 eenIn hif

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ea e Four

Zionst nsie o ousid ofPale%-
ti"'. ", dos ""ye s ,wan'lmina
tio ,:'.t "evl fea iandn as a

there seems not the least reason
why it should. Mr. Lewisohn's
somewhat belated Judaism is an
essence of revolt from past and
peet fer and indignities and
reisenintol rana anti-Christianism,
and in its febrile and maladive
trIdt shows a roge te sb

,No h remedy for the ghetto
fear in the heart of the Jew lies
in a calm and comprehensive ex-
amination of his own position, an
overhauling to the uttermost of
his individual racial and religious
beliefs. Most Jews live and die
without making such an examina-
tion, for cowardice, masquerading
as press of business or piety or
national solidarity, forbids it. Let
every Jew wrestle with his own
soul, wrestle with it as Jacob
wrestled with the angel, until
from its swept profundities it
gives him its blessing. Then,
,whether he comes from that strug-
gle orthodox Jew, or internation-
alist, or Zionist, he will emerge
purged of the ghetto taint himself,
afraid only to be other than him-
self. On his life will the stamp
of dignity given by an inner har-
mony and strength. He will know
his path and pursue it, leaving
others to pursue theirs. He will
be, in other words, a gentleman>
one with the long line of his anc-
estors who knew what they wanted
and what they were, having at"
tained that costly through -valua- ,
ble knowledge by the same meth-
od as his own. Strength will flow
from him, and respect will flow to i
him, and from those others, his
brothers in spirit but not of his
race, the affection and sympathy t
born of a common pain and a com- i
mon victory.
"The unexamined life is no life
for a man," as Socrates told his l
pupils so many centuries ago. The
Jew who has attained to such
manhood and one free from fear ,
is at rock to his people no matter ,
what his belief may be. And he ,
will teach the good secret~ he has ,
mastered to his children and his
children'ss children.

bAt University of Miami + s

bBy Milton A. Friedman ci
cb Q h eb Q cb & &b dc Q cb t ~


The idea seems gradually to
have been exploded that the un-
derworld can And the kidnapped
child by picking one nte'
pockets. nte,

A Hollywrood actress who fell
off a spirited horse a time backr
is repore still in a nsanitarium,

astoude byasrn support.

uome say Capone's counsel
coul save valuable time by issu.
ing seeircular appeal to all courts

Honor among thieves is admir-
able in its way, though it is lia
ble to mislead some of the thieves.
Where, of late, have been those
victories that peace hath. no less
renowned than war ?

The season of deceptions is
here. A friend who got home
late and explained that he had
been "for a drive in the country"
told me he didn't drive as well
as he should, having whiffed three
times on the first tee.

Buy a paper, mister ?
All about the fight.
Brother shoots his sister.
Buy a paper, mister ?
Sued because he kissed her.
Lynched in dead of night.
Buy a paper, mister ?
All about the fight.
1 1
A couple of dentists who some.
how got off their beat and land-
ed on Tritan de Cunha, a lonely
island on the South Atlantic, ex-
mained the teeth of the benight-
ed natives. Out of 15ti sets they
found 131 perfect ones, and the
defects of the rest were trifling.
Did these islanders brush their
teeth every day ? They did not.
Did they vist tooth tinkers peri-
odically? They did not. Did they
eat selected foods rich in mineral
salts and Vitamin D T They did
not. Did they do anything to com-
bat acid mouth ? They did not.
Did the dentists know why,
neglecting all these precautions,
they still had good teeth? They
did not.
One more question. Do den-
tists know why we beneficiaries
of science, so-called have bad
teeth ?
You're right! But how did yea
guess it ?
In moving to abolish the circus
within her borders, Russia as
probably driven to it by competi
;ion. The official circus must be
supported. And it is good enough,
;o judge by the free exhibition
,n the outside.

Pr dent Hove offers a me-
ial esi Mr. Vae rfor a song t
believee the ,depression. The pen is
will vote him another if i
wounded, by grape fruit, in ac-

Eo wise mn aoe his duty;

m gry ause hr ph icianama

The content of I Ae jeweler's

safe may be his stepping stones
o fortune.

Fashionable charity kreeps the
eft hand fullyr posted as to the
operations of the righ~t.

The secret of ignorance is not
o knowr your larck of wid *~

sis Months ... ...
one Yar .. .. .


Driving the Money Chaaggers
Out of the Temple

Reprint from the Jewish Forum
April, 1982

The "Temple" in this case beint



fmay not loobt well to the judge
there is that which shows itself
in an anti-Christianism as unreas
oning as the anti-Semitism te
which it is the response, hugging
to itself exactly as does anti-Sem
itism, an artificial and unreason
ed but obstinate belief in certain
vices peculiar to those others. I1
leads certain temperaments to
swagger, and certain others to
cringe, some to servile flattery
and others to equally servile boor-
ishness, the rudeness of the op
pressed whd feels released, but
'not safe.
What remedy, if any, is there
against this ugly and distorting
fear, which endures even to the
tyird generation, and steals all
dignity and comeliness from the
lives that it permeates? Achad
Ha'am gives Zionism as the rem-
edy; Mr. Lewisohn the revival of
Jewish courts plus Zionism; while
others propse assimilation. The
third cure, however, is not
likely to commend itself in any
generation or under any conditions
to a large number of Jews; and
indeed there is a touch of the tra-
gically comic in the -notion lof a
Jew ceasing to be a Jew in order
to cease being afraid ;of ~being a
.Tew. Yet the psychology of the

the sracred ground of Jewish com
muna;l activity and "the mone;
changers," the men whose day
are spent~ in money making b2
any means at hand, those who per
mit no scruples to interfere witl
their profits or the pursuit o
them. In consequence, they come
into the "Temple" with soiled
hands~ and scarred. souls. Thest
men cali have zio sincere convie
tions, nor can. they be actuate<
by the unselfish motive that char
acterizesr those who are conspic
uous for the sacrifies they hav4
made to perform public duty. Yei
they btay public office and art
never satisfied unktQ they have
appropriated for themselves anc
their own aggrandizement the
honors they are after. They a~p
ply the same methods in the san
etuary that have made them suc-
cessful in the money mart, in
commerce or in the professions
which they are exploiting to the
bitter end. In positions of au-
thority, they shuffle about rabbis
cantors, ministers of God and
teachers with the same considera-
tion or lack of it that they dise
play in the handling of sweat shoP
workers and janitors. No country
and no age has been so brazen in
this regard as America and the
twentieth century
Several generations ago, some
measure of competence and learn-
ing was demanded by the Jews of
their leaders. The rabbi was in
a positleon of as hriy andl ~r

and put him in his place. That
condition has changed and Jewish

si,- n t~his e gny a ea ta Te.
money king, even though he only
r ign o while in this shiftin
p nr~amoar a wealth, is supreme
regardless of how he obtained his
I have a vivid recollection of a
noted Jewish scholar and commu-
nal leader who was forced out

a Jewiseh congregation who ob-
tained .his wealth from disreputa-
ble sources. We are not giving
up hope. The present depression'
which has caused adtold suffering
to miions of innocent people, has
also brought down from their high
pedestals and positions of promli-
nerae mran a money-maLd baron

Wello olks, is everybody happy ?
againl, b as is Mat a premium
again, bt as thy say in h
newspaper business, the column
mus on
Intramural sports at the U are
still progressing. Last week the
boxing and wrestling eevnts were
held. Two Jewish boys were en-
tered in boxing and both won first
places; one was entered in wrest.
ling and placed second. Not so
bad, ch ? Hammer Hirlib won
the 135 lb crown when his oppo-
nent thought it healthy to take
te clo2Tthftitt bLes Waldr wn
knockouts; the last fight was a
humdinger. Sam Silver was the
only wrestling entrant and cop-
ped second place.
iEverybody ~knew it would hap- j
pen anyway; Reichgott won the
singles -handball championship.

oealdA Mac re inted

dand Mlilt l'riedm n. Th b 8 e

O* this is etwlpoal be
11tis i .no an arll sports article
a6 wil be seen Sly the ensuing
mThe honor roll for the past se-
nreti as Ainally been disclosed.
Ony -sixty names were on the list
out of a student body of approxi-

;mately 1,000. Of these sixty, six
were Jewish. The fortunate in
di idauls are: Marion aSack o ,

Fleis ch krd Jack Zion and Mil-

A late bulletin from the ranks
of the debaters states that Joe
Fleischaker will probably make
the debating team as a member
of the U. team.
Ye old correspondent being at a
loss for more news finds it o p
portune moment to desist tro hi


The Jew Who Is


(Continued from last week)

Closely allied to this form of
fear is that which enforces, as
Mr. Ludwig .LeRwisohn has so r~e-
peatedly pointed out, a sort of
protective micury onthe mo e

more Impermal than the Imper a ~
ists, more 10tinal ~an th Na

stre fr te 8lec etin afh s
neighbors; he is careful to have
no Jewish friends less presentable
than himself; he hastens to draw
a line for the world between the
undesirable "foreign Jews" and
such as himself, and when a re-
strictive Immigration Bill is under
discussion, no 100 per cent Nordic
of them' all is more eager to ap.
prove. He does not realize that
the fear that lies naked in his
smiling eyes is called by its right
name .by the least of those around
him, that fear is making him be- ~
have like a cad. while it makes
his less established brother be.
have like a fool.
Legion are the forms the cold
half-conscious obsession may as-
sume. There is that exhibited by
the Jewish business man who does
not employ a Jewish barrister or
attorney for his case, fearing It


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Passove r annot be celebrated in hge iewl ou h 5 ag:e* -rsa n
true style. Cantera athan Wroo- rest, Emer. -ctr vrrickly a a -oarac
bel is the "shochet" in charge and But shouldni'r thyf ?F~t W c hav -~L a ?!sr.:ae '":Ct sr
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and other facilities that insure You may answer: ~2;-T Iare ;E As hLry ;a in~ Man- and
them strictly keebe products. wIforked hard. You have =he as:- melesht a Mr'efr3. "%~is Jewish
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whomoran willn appl himse L---s it rc an nntiS
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the luncheon wref YMr & J. Spec. a farm one sumz~ e : raw bT D Cerestessee
tor and Mrs. R. Yaes. Follow. when I think, sor~i -.-

business. Mrs. Meyer Schfartz mor wha wae~r 2a af ar i
chairman of the nominating com- nigh ~sear ~ itr .
mittee presented her report and thing but' bed. and Cakes ~
recommended the following:: On m~~-Y fa ~- ~ 921_~ mr-~ mer~L:tzn I- c __._
MIrs. Isidor Cohen for president, dollar a dlay: em: -- r-L'
Mirs. Rloe Bogen for first vice camrp itL~ was-r~
president, Mrs. Morris Dubler, month. 51 (:-r- ifar- = .__Jir
pioneer Mfiamian and communal If I h;a;ve _L: Ri-.
wforke~r for seond vice president it is n-ot Fci--es 33i~ E li5~ ess Ca se
and Jits- Max Ghbertler to fdll an harder ou:- bee -si Ll~if~~~8~~- I~
expiring term on the board. The get ont ojf -~~~_;~".:s______
full list of nominees will appea- one that is r- e~ ~ "~n e e-enlrrt' Paseorer d nuers
in the next issue of the Jewishn btwtr pa'a. i -fi a
Floridian. M1rs. Harry Isaarcs re- If I ha e
Ported that the total of the bene- not greaty5 `i : r etu--r :
fit ticke~ts sold for the Tivoli The- penedr tol 'Es;
stre resulted in a hundred dollars home, of Ca. -"" fs+~- I ~
being reaized for the Sisterhood. college, and! ~i?~~-
Mirs. Sy~dney la Wecintranb chair- paid ~ I 1LT
man of Student acdvnities report. Many r~ich L1 38jI ~ raaradems Ne
ed that April 2, student's night ried for fear at
rnl he sk ebatee r~ spca bear a .arger ~iS ~t -~
A. S. Kleinfeld add-resed the plus the added ~~k-"""k

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and y-ou wiB gather abundantly it and to re~e~~t Y r lu
with twfo. ~fnU share of Far the

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liabbi S. Md. M6achtei, founder
kd director of the sRdio Synagag
11ii preach over WIOD at 11 a. m.
oaSunday. April 16, on "Pas-
r"I~ In addition to the sermon
ohr ill be hyamsl prayers,
1 osscripture lreding, and a
so o ion box. At the close of the
quesees, announcement wrill be
oa of the time and place of the
rir eating of the study grolp
nex mplied, prctical religion


dbent of a New Y-~rk :a-2. :a
me that he dLt re~i -+12 1 1:
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rich." he ~s~td:i T. -gy;P Z i
er people, mn?~ ~ 95~ ther i
They were shakag ir-- lc -
The are afraidthee~ 4~f ~1~
social upheaval ard~ -1J -s
money- will be; :aiter svlay
I told him: I :hough: -GEe ze:-
ple had! a r~gh: :.; -a-or'7.
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ass m:up me cramymani reean semu 3L. fr i

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Joe Reisman's Kosher MIartet people like yo~r frie as h e sc-;-
a~166 S. W. Fifth St., recently ped of their ~possess :=5~. Be I
idaneued that there has-p~f doblq~ht we e sa
c Ange of mhaat th (Eie con- I vrterc i e ^
cern and that every effort will be anBd the poor wt? Eva~- r
made to satisfy tiie desires and~ of comfort and securry -br: -her
requests of their customers. A :hav-e never poss~essed bef :-U. Atid
shipment of livFe cattle fromthsilbeete : n oi
.#orthern points insures kosher In saying thu~. I aE I&2$ &
krilled beef and real of the finest position.a~c whr ~:5 :0mr aq :
quality at reasonable prices. F~at own selfish interer~~~- s- c v- ~
hens have been provided so thatIa o n aesr. e
the godd Jewkish housewife can ob-Ihv nic&t t:ant
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yis, April 15, 1988


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The Radio Synagog
Cong. Beth Jacob, Miami Beach
MliamileRwish Or~thodox Cong~Hjams

Home Milk: Producers Ass'n.
769 N. WC. 18th Ter., Miami, Fla.
Phone 2-7696

will be at the
1545 S. W. 3rd St.

All Day Sunday, April 17
Mon., April 18, 2 to 8 p. m.
Tues., April 19, 2 to 8 p. m.
"M'chiras3 Chomaytz"

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4 6 46 6 66 66 6 6 6 ed by all. Quite a sum was real-~gC~
Cb WEST PALM BEACH a ized for the organization. Prizes
6 6 4 & & & & 4 were awarded for high scores and a so e D es r e the F ne t!
The regular Friday night ser- refreshments were served. S OV erS il s .
vices of the Temple Beth Israel -
will be held Friday night at the Wednesday night the services
Temple of Broward Ave,, with will be ushered in at the Congre- Consistently concerned with the welfare of our customers we are pre-
Dr. Carl N. Herman officiating. gation with special services at 7 ae ogaiyyu vr eiei u ie
Following the services the regular p. m. Thursday and Friday morn- Pae gti yu vr sr n r n.
sermon will be given by the ing services will begin at 9 a. DO YOU WANT SCHMALTZ?
Rabbi. m. Appropriate sermons will be
prachd dringtheholday atThe finest in extra fat hens are waiting for you--broilers, fryers, too.
The regular Friday night serv- the morning services. Choice cuts of steer beef. Quality veal, delicious lamb. Alraoal
ies of the Congregation Beth El Rb L er wl hs priced, specially prepared for the Passover Holiday. Free Delivery.
will be held Friday night at the RbiLLerrwlbehttoFOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
C o m uni~ a m tz ornlea en h m mf his c u o m enve W e W ill B e O p en U n til L a te M o n d ay N ig h t, T u esd a y N ig h t a n d a ll D ay
*atives here for the Sader. Wensdy ClsdTusaFia n audy
A regular meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau was held Wed- .hieF tH n ,...-...8 b
nesday April 6, at which time an The Congregation will conductCh ceF tH n .......28 lb
election of officers took place. a public sader and many reserva-
The following officers were elec- tions have been made. Y RE.NTA ROE SI HREO AHU
tde frM d~ensuing ere : teMo. Awlsteidnro s JOE REISM AN'S KOSHER M A RKET Inc.
president, Mr. Sam A. Goldstein, either lake or land. 6 W t .
vice president, Mr. Barney Blich- 16N.W 5t S.
er financial secretary, Mr. Morris When a man is compelled to
Dickson, recording secretary, Mr. pawn his watch it changes hands. Phone 3-2270
Sam Wlax, treasurer, and trust-
ess, Mr. O. P. Gruner, Mr. Harrp Importunity is simply holding
Sirlqp, 3Mr. Sam Goldmhnn, M413 on till you get what you want. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
John Wolf and Mr. Jack Sneider. I I S

A regular meeting of the Beth love bordsothety throwot in tepop l~ t~* I~~1 ~ '~l~l rr ~ ~~7-.I
Israel Congregation was held at swim. -
te Te mpl chrsa nih 8 rrmrrnnanl r a*NsqXhPrc. I

'l o k wih t he Psidt Mr 8
Dave Feldman presiding. An elec-
tion of officers was held at this
time. .

A farewell party was tendered
Mrs. :::hLevntthalebyothe Bt
Friday noon. Luncheon was serv-
ed after, which bridge was played
and prizes were awarded. A gift
was given to Mrs Leventhal by
the Sisterhood. Mrs. Leventhal
+ left for Philadelphia, where she
Avill make her future home.
The installation of officers of
the B'nai B'rith Lodge of West
Palm Beach, was held Monday
night at the Odd Fellows' Hall
on South Dixie.
wAhner nthe ot tallationh san -
which were made by the Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood were served. There
was a very large attendance at
this affair, and all present had a
very enjoyable time.

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Sunday, April 17, the first chil-
dren's sader will be conducted by
the children of the Talmud Torah
and Sunay school under the lead-
ership of Rabbi L. Lehrer. The
complete ritu a1, its meaning and
significance will be fully explain-
ed and demonstrated so that
tho"e prsent ma dbe ble ru :::
ditional fashion during Passover.

The card party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs- Sam Goldberg was
well attended and greatly enjoy-

UATCH for the Label on your Passover Dairy Products. If it
"is like the facsimile in this advertisement you may use it with
the assurance -kaevery law regarding Kashruth has been
Carefldly Observed. *

11~E RABBIS in charge are thelabso tnin nti o-
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