The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
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

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

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University of Florida
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FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934
Price Five CentJ
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
|(4t S. W. Third Stroot
JITHS WASHER. Rabbi
I ervicea tonight begin at
c in p in. Saturday morning ser-
rtces begin at B a. m. "Shvuoth"
iii be ushered In Saturday evening
;,- t p in Sunday morning Shvuoth
in at 9 a. in. with tiic
Rabbi preaching al services on "The
Decalogue." Monday morning ser-
at 9 a. m. Yiskor or
en Ices will follow a ser-
bj tlic Rabbi on "Where thou
Man in Greenberg the
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Qreen-
be Bar Mitzva at the
'.wee. He will read Ili'
i the Law from the
i in recite the Haftoro and
a briel address In English.
ing the services the parents
to their Mends and
ppcrs in the vestry mom ol
ue,
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
(Conifrvotl)
111 N. W. Third A vena*
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
tonight will begin at
f, 30 ii m Saturday morning ser-
begin al 8:30 a, m. Shvuoth
will begin Saturday night
al 7 p, in Sunday morning services
at 8:30 a. in. with Canto
Hayman chanting. Rabbi Shapiro
will preach ill Yiddish on "The
for present day Civilisa-
tion On Monday morning Yizkor
rill begin at 9:45 a. in. pre-
which the Rabbi will preach
on "Does organized re-
1. for the welfare and
ol humanity?"
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox!
HI Wxhinitton Avc, Miami llrarh
IMMIl I. KOSKNBI.OOM. Rabbi.
>. tonight begin al 0:30 p.
lay morning services begin
:" 8:30 a. m. Saturday evening the
: Shvuoth will begin at
" p in Sunday morning services
1 al 8:30 a. in With Cantor
.man chanting the services.
Rosenbloom will preach on
I rael and the Torah." Mon-
pecial Yiskor or memorial ser-
ill be recited preceding winch
the Rabbi will preach on "Forget-
; remembering Which?"
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Rtform)
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
l>K. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
es begin tonight at 8:15 p.
111 The subject of Dr. Kaplan's ser-
in the Wilderness." Satur-
day evening, services begin at
* 15. the Feast of Weeks. The sub-
A Festive Dinner"
Sunday morning, Confirmation
begin at 10 o'clock, with a
Pecial program.
Hadassah Elects
New Officers
At a meeting held last Monday
the election of officers for the
Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah
resulted in the following being
chosen to serve for the coming
year. Mrs. Max Dobrin, president:
Mrs. Jos. Williamson, 1st vice pros.;
Mrs. Barney Weinkle, 2nd vac
pros : Mrs Meyer Scliuarl/. 3rd
Vice pres ; Mrs. M. Plant, recording
secretary; Mrs. Alex Goldstein, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Milton
Weiner. financial secretary; Mrs.
Harry Rubin, treasurer: and Mrs,
Hairy Welnberg, auditor. Trustees
are Mesdames Sam Simonhoff, M.
Krieger, M. D. Klrsch, s Lutzky,
A I Magid, Mark Max, P. Liber-
nan, ..' Simpson, and L. Hart/. The
ill be formally inducted
into Office al a dale to be an- .
horllj
Jewish News
Around The
World
Beth David Hold
Gala Ceremony
Rabinow Appointed Chairman <>f
Pension Committee in Ohio
Cincinnati. Ohio.Dr. I. M. Rub-
inow, secretary of B'nai B'rith. lias
been appointed chairman ol the
Advisory Committee for the ad-
ministration of the Old Age Pen-
sion Law in Hamilton County.
Dr. Rubinow is a national au-
thority on tins subject, having
served as a member of the Ohio
commission to study unemploymenl
Insurance, He has writen several
books and hundred.-- ol maua/.'nc
ai tides on these and allied sub-
jects.
He has served a.- executive three-
tor Ol the United Palestine Appeal
and executive director ol the Jew-
ish Welfare Society oi Philadel-
phia. From 1919 to 1922 he was di-
.....i of the HTadassah Medical
nizatiOn In Palestine.
Ladies Will
Hold Meeting
An important meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Cong, will be held at
the Synagogue next Tuesday eve-
ning May 22nd, at 8 p. m. Commit-
tee appointments announced are:
House. Mesdames Clein and Dre-
vich; Membership. Mrs. P. Berko-
witz: Card parties. Mrs. N. Abram-
SOn; Sick, Mrs. N. Adelman; Fin-
ance Mrs. Milton Weiner; Pub-
licity, Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum;
Public relations, Mrs. J. L. Shochel;
Sunday school, Mrs. Max Rappa-
port.
With a large number ol members
and guests attending, officers ol
Beth David Sisterhood were form-
ally installed last Tuesday at a
dinner m Beth Dawd Talmud To-
rah Hall. Mrs. L. Hartz, chairman
of the arrangements committee
presented Mrs. Joseph M. Fine at
the toastmaster, following winch
the Invocation was offered by Mrs.
I OUlS Hayman. The principal ad-
die.-- oi the afternoon was given by
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David.
Other addresses were made by
Stanley C. Myers president of the
Congregation, Mr.-. Meyer Schwartz
retiring president of the 81ster-
hood and Mrs. Wm. Robinson in- j
coming president. A beautiful gavel
was presented on behali Oi the
si.-ierhood to Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
in recognition of her services by,
Mrs J, Bngler. Briel addresses
were made by Mrs. Lewis Brown
pas) president of the Sisterhood,
Mrs Chas Greenfield president of
the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, Mrs Sadye (i.
Rose, executive secretary ol the
Bureau, Mrs, Sol Rotforl president
Of Junior Hadassah, Mrs. Lena
Simon, worthy matron of Emunah
Chapter O. E. s. Mrs. Morris Dub-
ler in behali ol the Senior Council
Ol Jewish Women. Mrs. Chas. Beck-
oritl for the Chesed She! Erne SI
terhood and Mrs. J. L. Shochel
president of the Ladies Auxiliary
01 the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, Vocal solos were
Ming by Cantor Louis Hayman who
was accompanied by Miss Mildred
Oreenberg al the piano.
Officers Installed were: Mrs. Wm.
Robinson president; Mrs. Louis M
Levins 1st vice pies., Mrs. Louis
Weinkle. 2nd vice pre- : Mrs Isidor
Fine. recording secretary; Mrs.
Sol. Weinkle. treasurer and Mrs Ed
Friedman auditor. Trustees for a
:t year term Mesdames J Bngler,
I. Hartz and A. Rubin; for a two
vear term. Mesdames L Hayman.
Sam We.sel. and H. Rayvls. For a
one year term Mesdames M Schehl-
bcrg" Win Friedman and Ham
I
Wells Laughs at "World Jewish
Conspiracy." sees Moslej
Fluting
New York-There is "no more
Conspiracy among the Jews to
dominate any country than there
is among the Scotch," H. Q. Wells,
major literary seer of the English-
speaking world, declared on his ar-
rival in New York for a month's
slay. Predicting that Sir Oswald
Mosley's Fascist movement in Eng-
land would fizzle out. Wells said
the black shirts are not taken seri-
ously in England. The famous nov-
elist and historian pooh-poohed
charges of a world Jewish conspir-
acy and characterized the anti-
Semitic movements in Europe as
being based on childish nonsense."
He also said that the -solidarity ol
the Jewish race is much exagger-
ated it you have a people with a
common language who posse
common tradition. It is only natural
that they must hang together."
Mussolini Ousts Jung. Italy's
Minister of Finance
RomeGuldo Jung, Italy's Jew-
ish minister of finance, who has
survived a number ol previous
cabinet shake-ups. was ousted from
his position by Premier Mussolini
when n Duce again reorganized his
cabinet. All Orthodox Jew. Jung
wa- the most Important Jewish fig-
ure In Fascist Italy next to Mar-
gherita Sarfattl, Mussolini's secre-
tary and biographer. Jung was
Mussolini's personal representative
last year at the Washington con
terences preliminary to the Lon-
don Economic Conference.
Temple Will
Confirm Sunday
The annual confirmation services
I of Temple Israel will be held at the
Temple Sunday morning May 20th
beginning at 10 a, m, The march
ol the conflrmands Into the Temple
will begin the ceremonies. Those
thai will be confirmed are: Gertrude
Handel. Elizabeth Davis, Joan
Feibelman, Henrietta Hartman
Evelyn Kane. Edna LeibOVitt, David
Loveman, Amelia Levkolf. Beryl
Rose. Louis Snetniaii. and David
Wolkowsky. The following program
will be observed:
Opening Prayer. Beryl Rose;
Floral Offering, Edna Leibovit;
Hymn No 44.
Part One. FAITH
Faith in God. Louis Snetman;
Faith in Torah. Gertrude Bandel;
Faith in Israel, Henrielte Hartman:
Faith in the Kingdom of God on
Earth. David Wolkowsky; Hymn No.
145.
Part Two. DUTIES
Duties to the Synagogue. Eliza-
beth Davis; Duties to Parents. Joan
Feibelman.
Part Three. FESTIVALS
Holy Days. David Loveman; Fes-
tivals, Evelyn Kane: Confirmation,
Amelia Levkoff; Confession ol
Faith, Conflrmands and Rabbi;
Closing Prayer. Louis Snetman;
Blessing of Qonflrmjands, Rabbi;
Anthem. Choir.
Presentation of Confirmation Cer-
tificates, by the President ol the
Congregation, Day J. Apte.
Presentation of Prayer Books
(gift of the Sisterhood', by the
President of the Sisterhood, Mis.
i. M. Welnsteln.
Reception at Kaplan Hall given
by the Parents of all the Conflr-
mands will be held immediately al-
ter the services to which all pres-
ent are cordially invited.
Anonymous Christian Gives S5O.H00
To German Jewish Relief
Fund
London- All England Is talking
about a $50,000 contribution by an
anonymous non-Jew to the Ger-
,.,-Jewish relief fund being raised
here by English Jewry. In making
h,.s gift, the largest ever made by
;1 non-Jew to B specifically Jewish
cause, the donor asked that his
name be not made public He left
.,, money at the Rothschild bank-
ing house.
Covering the fourth congressional
district in an effort to win the
Democratic nomination for Con-
gress, Mrs. Bula E. Croker. spoke
over the Radio here last week and
discussed the issues of the cam-
paign.
Mrs. Croker who has been active
in public life since childhood has
established a reputation for honesty
and interest for the public welfare
which was recently enhanced by
her courageous attitude in Palm
Beach County. Accepting an ap-
pointment as Chairman of the
FERA Board which was designed
to alleviate conditions for the un-
employed in the district, she de-
clined to permit and bitterly fought
the administration of the funds for
other than actual relief purpc
Because of this attitude on 1- i
part, typifying her zeal for the pub-
lic interest, she was removed from
office by State authorities, against
the wishes ol the poor people wno
were affected.
The late Nathan Straus, until
late of his death admitted to be
Jewry's foremost philanthropist
and representative, was a close
friend of Mrs. Croker whose marri-
age to the late Richard Croker took
place at Mr. Straus' home in No-
\ ember of 1914. He became ac-
; quainted with her through her
philanthropic and social work, and
worked with her in numerous pro-
jects for the alleviation of distress
among the needy.
She led the Woman's suffrage
parade at the time of the late
President Wilson's inauguration and
was one of the first to champion
women's rights in this country. A
former school teacher, active work-
er for the Red Cross, her numerous
private charities, active participa-
tion in the national elections for
President Roosevelt, she is cam-
paigning for Congress on a plat-
form which is clear and unequivo-
cal in the interests of her consti-
tuents.
In Dade County, particularly, led
! by George Christy prominent com-
munal worker, hundreds of citizens
are rallying to her support and ac-
tively aiding her in her fight for
office. Mrs. croker will arrive hen
shortly to address the voters of
Dade County. Croker headquarters
have been established at 20 West
Flagler street
Mothers Day
Is Observed
Junior Hadassah members enter-
tained their mothers and friends
with a program Monday night at
Ponce de Leon Hotel. Taking part
were Miss Margaret Abdoll. Mrs.
Joseph Williamson. Miss Esther
Cromer. Ben Bernard. Miss Pauline
and Miss Betty Lasky and Miss Ida
Engler.
Promising to aggressively sup-
port all sound measures to belter
the condition of "the man who cal-
culates his income in terms of
food, clothing and shelter. John J
Lindsey. prominent Miami attorney
announced his candidacy for the
state legislature in group 2.
Lindsey will oppose Rep. S. P.
Robineau. who is the incumbent.
"I promise to make no promise
not made from the public platform
or in the public press, and in plain
language to express my position on
the isues presented," Lindsey said
Lindsey, a native of Choi lav.
county. Miss., took his law degree
in the Chattanooga College of Law
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Friday, May 18. 1934
THE JEW
SH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
THE JEWISH "?<>'<>'"'""
FL0RIDIAN|O^w
i.i HUSHED EVERY FRIDAY
b> ih
WISH H.ORIDIAN PIIII.1SHING CO.
Jt P. O. Box 2*73
I Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
Id B. W. I'!h Avenue Phona 2-1111
j. I.OUIS SHOCIIET. Editor
IfKKD K. SIIOCHET. rirrulatitin Manarrr
ICANTOB BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
Enter?.! as serund class matter July 4.
I193H at the Pout Office at Miami, Florida.
in ilic Act c.f March 3. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMl'EL SCHl'TZER
Krpresentative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN,
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. FLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
It may be a bitter pill for pro-
f< tonal anti-Zionists to swallow
but it Ls .surely disconcerting to
I them to read that "Palestine is al-
most the only area that offers an
immediate oportunlty for refugee
colonization on an appreciable
scale." The source of that state-
WEST PALM BEACH NEWS
Manilla
line Ye
II.M
S2.M
Vol. 7No. 20
FRIDAY, MAY 18. 19334
West Palm Beach
Notes
The movie benefit performances
sponsored by Temple Beth El re-
sulted in a tidy sum being raised
for the organization. Much of the
credit goes to Mr. S. Scher who
ment Is not a Zionist propagandist alone so'd more than one hundred
but James G. McDonald. League of and fif'y tickets.
Nations High Commissioner of
Refugees, who last week reported
Ills findings to the Advisory Coun-
cil of the Refugee Commission
meeting In London. By his un-
equivocal statement. Mr. McDon-
ald has directed the attention ot
world Jewry to the one spot where
their constructive efforts will be
most fruitful. His objectivity is
whether American Jews of wealth
will be inclined to equal Objectivity
and give generously of their means ,.,. .u
, ,,,,,., ; News of the death last week 01
101 the settlement ol German Jew- >. ,..
i.h Mr Jacob Storch of Newark. N. J..
ish refugees m Palestine. u. ,. ,.
a brother of Mrs. Sam Schutzer of
this city was received here. He was
a prominent merchant of that city
and was fifty years old.
Dr. Carl N. Herman of Temple
Israel was the chief speaker at the
Mother's Day program at the City
Park last Sunday, which was at-
tended by several thousand citizens.
Seeking the nomination as Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Palm
Beach County is J. Louie Carter, a
native of Palm Beach county, and
member of one of its pioneer fam-
ilies. Carter is 29 years old. has had
a college training. His practical ex-
perience, his friends urge, is such
as to make him a particularly valu-
able man for the office.
Shvuoth services will be conduct-
ed at Beth El Sunday and Monday
mornings. The usual traditional
melodies will be chanted and Mon-
day morning "Yizkor" will be recit-
ed.
Sunday morning Shvuoth services
wil lbe conducted by Rabbi Carl N.
Herman at Temple Beth Israel
when the Rabbi will preach a ser-
mon.



A benefit card party sponsored by
Beth ElSisterhood was held last
Thursday evening at Moose Hall
With Mrs. B. Ryder as hostess.
ew Shirts
'nwanted
oup or Jews in the New
i metropolitan area have or-
ganized a "blue shirt" movement,
c My to protect Jewish Inter-
fcsts in fighting against the brown-
|hirted Nazis who have undertaken
wear the official German unl-
Dims at their propaganda meet-
The wearing of a particulai
-hilt or the donning ol
li:v distinctive clothing to denote
philosophy i.s the pro-
t .mged or fanatic minds.
lews have sufficient weapons avail-
lefend themselves against
m without yielding to a
P that Immediately alien-
telllgent men and women
H re interested in helping the
V' ause, Jews arc opposed to
b brown and silver shirts, Their
Id n ol a colored shirt of their
h'li would merely put them in the
' with the other in-
B' terical and unprinci-
>'' raups which are alcmpting
B the basest motives in
m\;:-... :. nature. The sane leaders
w" the Jewish war veterans,
some oi the "blue shirters"
are urged to dissuade
comrades from action which
?> the Jewish case.
Tampa, Fla.
Notes
YOIR VOTE FOR
Frank H. Packwood
CANDIDATE FOR
S II K R I F F
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Subject to Democratic Primary June 5
WILL BE APPRECIATED
' Paid Political Advertisement)
I
?' mate,
The End of
W radition
The Ladies Auxiliary ol Rodoph
Sholora Temple and the Men's
Club held their annual picnic las-
Sunday. May 13th. at Lakeside.
two miles south of Lutz.
Luncheon was served at noon by
the ladies and an orchestra provid-
ed music for dancing in the after-
noon and evening, swimming was
included in the day's entertainment
at no extra charge, A round trip to
Cuba was awarded as an attendance
prize.
The committee In charge ol the
picnic was Mrs. i. Segall, chair-
man; Mi.- i. Liebman, vice chair-
man; Mrs H. Pcekett. Mrs. A. R.
Berger, Mrs. H. Jenkins, Mrs. H.
Aronovitz. Mrs. B. Haimovitz. Mrs.
V. Cooper. Mrs. Joe Abramovitz.
Mrs. I. Abramovitz. Mrs. Abe Pol-
lick, Mr. Joe Abramovitz. Mr. Max
M. Juster, Mr. A. R. Berger, Mr. I.
Segal, Mr. B. J. Pinman, Mr. Roy
Jenkins. Mr. Albert SPgall.
The picnic was a success both
socially and financially and all the
credit Ls due the committee who
worked SO hard. There were quite
a number of people from Plant
City, Laokeland, and Orlando who
attended.
The Mis.se- Gertrude Glasser and
Rosabeii Scher were reappolnted
teachers at a recent meeting ot
the school board for the 1934-19335
term.
Dr. Carl N. Herman of Temple
Beth Israel was unanimously named
secretary of the new social service
department ol the Good Samatarian
Hospital here.
VOTE FOR
Your Friend
SHERIFF
W. H* (Hi) Lawrence
IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
To Succeed I limself
Ten years faithful service as a law enforcement officer
Palm Beach County
YOIR VOTE AND SUPPORT Will. BE APPRECIATED
'Paid Political Advertisement)
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The Vosslche Zeitung Ls dead, and
f es the last relic of free-
Horn o| speech in Germany. The
i>
Friday evening. May 18th. 8:30
P. M. Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi
of Rodoph Sholom Temple will
speak on "Revelation".
Service for Shcvuoths will take
place Saturday evening at 7 P. M.
Sunday and Monday mornings at
9 A. M. Memorial services will take
paper in Berlin during and
,: War. n was the product
I1 'he liberal and aggressive ten-
01 its editor. George Bern- Ptace at 10 A M'
m who is now an exile. The Tne cjiildren ot the Sunday
I Which was once the proud- School .lasses will take their ex-
P' "nk in the great chain of Ull- animations Sunday morning and
F iblicatlons, baa expired be-,'' be awarded prizes for the
h Its co-ordination" under the I highest marks Mr. David Stein,
I has made it unreadable and president ol the Cong..... Ition will
profitable. It had become a re- address the children and reclta-
V all the other papers which 'tons will be given by Rosalie
_?' in the Reich today: stodgy,
" andlstlc reprints of mlmeo-
faphed sheets handed out by Paul
3' hiel ot Nazi "enlighten-
" teems unbelievable that
r**' hould not be anywhere in
,; Intellectuals who do nol
f that day after day their
I trying to retrace back-
id the steps ol evolution The
"i the Vossische Zeitung.
I founded In 1704, Is but
1 ymbol of the disinti
Pn ol everything that |
1 fthy and forward-lookin
"fe ol Germany
Buchman, Bobbie Kasriel, and
Grace Davan. ciitt.s will be present-
ed to the Sunday School teachers
and the members ol the Rodoph
sholom choir at this time.
a Special meeting ol the Ladies
Auxiliary <>i Rodoph Bhol im Tem-
ple will be held Thursday, May M
ai a p m at the Temple The mam
purpa e "i the meeting is to wind
up all our buslne so thai at the
annual luncheon only reporl
offlcei an I standing commil
will i)'- heard
Candidates lor the local offices
are waging an active campaign and
are urging their qualifications or.
the voters BS the reason for then1
election. Sheriff W. H. Law- '
rence who served as chief deput.\
sheriff lor ten years, then as Sheriff
by Court appointment alter the
death of Sheriff Baker is now a !
candidate for the office. He has |
had considerable experience. He re-
signed from the oil lee when J. \V.
Wilson wa- appointed but accepted
the office of Sherifl through ap-
pointment ot the Governor follow-
ing Wilson.- resignation.
Running in oposltlon to him are
Vincent Oaksmith. a long time resi-
dent of the county, former city
commissioner and former mayor ol
West Palm Beach. His friends urge
his election on the basLs of his abil-
ity and service to the community
Also running for Sheriff Ls Frank
H. Packwood who was connected
with the Sheriff's office since 1925. ^*4^r7rr"N4^^,TV^:rV4M^ serving as chiel office deputy since
1928 under Sheriffs Baker and Wil-
son. Before coming to West Palm
Beach he served as Chief deputy
sheriff of Marianna. Jackson Coun-
ty, until 1925.
Another candidate for the office
of Sheriff is H. T. Holloway. an
old time resident of Palm Beach
County. HLs friends urge his elec-
tion on his knowledge of condition.-
and fitness for office.
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VINCENT
OAKSMITH
For
SHERIFF
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
A resident of Palm Beach
County for nearly 22 years, ac-
tive in civic and public affairs
Offering an adminLstration on ;
business-like basis and a com-
mon-sense policy. Subject to th( !
Democratic primary June 5th |
YOIR VOTE WILL BE
I
APPRECIATED
Paid Political Advertisement i
r
J. Louie Carter
For
Clerk of Criminal
Court
of PALM BEACH COUNTY
Vnur Vote and Support Will Be
Appreciated
For
Intelligent-Faithful
and Courageous
Representation
You must elect
BULA E. CROKER 5
For* Congress J
4th District of Florida ^
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,,. May 18. 1934
THE J E W
Political Briefs
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1912. and entered
law in Tennessee
the
in
pn June
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Commit to Miami in July. 1923. In
interest ol a client, the Union
Planter.-.' Hank f Memphis. lie
ater came here to make his home,
admitted to practice in
[ B m 1927 and has remained
I nee,
A Mason, Civitan and mem-
:., Temple Baptist church.
candidate for re-election was born
In Liberty County. Georgia, and
educated at Mercer University. He
IS a member of the Plrsl Hap!,.,
Church and is now presiden
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Page Five
Mr. Chappell was bom and edu-
Icus, Ga. He has
- In Miami for a num-
ter ol years, and served in
t of thi
Florida state Baptist Convention
the
s p Robineau. candidate for re-
. the Legislature from
2 : waging an active cam-
based on his record of
chievement In the Legislature
has served for two
and one special term. He
lampioned Die cause of Dade
i .:,;. at all times, and is probab-
M best known and able
in the entire State of
bineau is a world war
i served in the
. Legion and in the
rmy with distinction.
City attorney ol Mi-
19 to 1921. He is a mem-
u ii hi Regents ol t he
ft ; Miami and one Ol the
i the Bar,
the highest office within the K1|I ,
the church in the State. He i .,
Mason. Shrlner, Knight of Pythias
and Odd Fellow. He is president of
the Georgia Society in Miami and
has served as Judge for the past
twelve years. He is asking for a
second term on his record In office.
As Judge he has at all times work-
ed towards the elimination of the
habitual offender, but has not hesi-
tated to extend clemency where II
was deserved.
a mem-
: the lower house from Dade
l:' veteran of the
d war, in which he was a pilot
i" the aviation corps. He i.s mar-
ried and has two children.

Judge H. F. Atkinson, who Is
seeking re-election to the Dade
Circuit bench, was born in Georgia
and moved to Florida when hi
20 years old. He received hi
education at the Universltj ol
Georgia and was admitted to the
Florida bar in 1885 He came to
Miami and opened a law off!
and during his residence In
the city has served as at ton.
thl Hoard ol Co int; C( mi
'is. the I School Bi ard and
for the Cltj ol Miami He
ol the Criminal c
rd ol Dadi and iince IS !
been Judge ol the Dade Cln I
court.
Hi hai hown calm, courteous
i c Collins Judge oi the and careful consideration to all liti-
. ol Record w ho u a
VOTE FOR
JOHN
LINDSEY
< andidate for
STATE LEGISLATURE
Group Two
' Political Advertisement I
ganl and attorneys, and he ha
the reputation ol having the S .
preme Court ol Florida sustaining
the major portion ol in. deel m
i).in chappdi qualified as a can-
didate for the state legislature
from Dade county in group !. and
announced himself m favor of an
amendment requiring at least 89 per
cenl local labor to be employed it
all race tracks
Mr. Chappell said I am in favor
Ol a workmen's compensation act.
adequate provision lor the public
schools, reduction of gasoline tax
and a more equitable distribution
of the funds therefrom; an amend-
ment making it mandatory that at
least 85 per cent local labor be em-
ployed on all race tracks; revising
an modernizaing legislation per-
tainoing to child welfare.
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TIVOLI
shorn r r, and BOO P. M.
20c till 6:30Evening 25c
Matinees Daily
Sunday and Monday. May 20-21
CLAUDETTE COLBERT
RICARDO CORTEZ
"Torch Singer"
dtthe
[ovies:
Claudette Colbert, as the hard-
ted queen of the night clubs.
Will be seen In Paramount'.-. -Torch
Singer." coming on Sunday and
Monday to the Tivoh Theatre. In
the casl an Ricardo Corn z David
Manni i Lyda Robert! and Baby
er of
PI" 'Here
have
numbei new songs
will be ; Mia
Colbert In
from a lull it of
Ing "torch" turn
I
Perkins' 'Mike.' winch ran in
ine, Is Param ml
1 ert's di mand
lor storl with
: mi i.
A. The Catholics position In re-
card to this question is as follows:
He believes that Christ is the in-
carnate Son of God: that He gave
a new revelation to mankind: died
for our redemption: and establish-
ed an organization, the Catholic
Church, to perpetuate His teaching
and to administer His means ol
Grace, called Sacraments. Believ-
ing this, the Catholic is convinced
that his faith is the most precious
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q. Are Protestants content with
the divisions that separate them
into various communions?
A. Where such divisions are based
upon differences of conscientious
conviction Protestants believe that
there is less spiritual injury in
their continuance than would re-
sult from any sort of enforced or
artificial conformity. Moreover,
such divisions do not prevent a
large and growing degree of spirit-
ual fellowship and cooperation in j tr,ing he has. And he feels an obli-
practiacal understandings. When Ratin to give this same faith to
conscientious differences do not nis children. Conequently. he can-
divide, the movement toward or- not eM?r into marriage without an
ganic unity is growing. The World understanding that any children
Conference of Faith and Order is "'" ^ brought up a.s Catholics.
devoted to the study of agree- |_____________
ments and differences with a view
to mutual understanding and fel-
lowship. The Universal Chi
Council of Life and work is de-
veloping many forms of coopera-
tion in Christian tasks. Each of
these organizations includes the
u Orthodox Churches and all Fo!" Y"'" LUMBER Requirements
Classified
BUILDING SUPPLIES
The girl of kk1.iv gets her man
than did her
mother, but she is not nearly
iccessful at keeping him.
So opines Mae West, the movies'
:. .\ scorch queen, who demon-
strated convincingly and enter-
tainingly in 'She Done Him
Wrong" how she attracts the men consequently, when he stepped
Now she gives another demon-
Stration In her latest Paramount
picture. "I'm No Angel." coming on
.Sunday and Monday to the 7th
Avenue Theatre, practicing her arts
on Cary Grant
It takes a beter woman to keep
he man she has these days," Miss
Wi declared, "than to go out and
get a lot of new fellow- "
the major Protestant bodies of the
world.
Q Whj an so many Jew- in
Ii
A. nd
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limitations upon their occupation.
live in ghettes
and wi Idered by tl
o be a
i] art. it is in the
last ISO years, with wth ol
Itical freedom and I
sicn ol tl and civil
that the ghetto
and the Jew has been thrown In)
th world as a citizen. These old re-
strictions took their toll and the
Jew naturally did the thing hi
tomed to do during tfS the
of persecution. He was per-
mitted to be a trader or a peddler.
out
into the world, he pursued trade.
r Is mistake, however, to believe
that all Jews are in trade. One need
only think of the Jewish name.- m
art and music and in literature.
Q. Is it unreasonable to Insist
that all children born of a marri-
age between a Catholic and non-
Catholic should be brought up as
Catholics?
' ^.ofing and A phall Call
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MILLWORK
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ROOFING
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METAL WORKS
Responsible Roofer 1919.
Inspections and Estimate Prei
222 N W 26th St. Phone 2-3705
WINDOW SHADES
MIAMI WINDOW SHADE CO.
"For Shades"
174 N.E. 40th St. Phone 2-8665
GARAGES
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ializing in General Motor
Repairs, Wheel Aligning. Brake
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ice.- wil be held every Friday
evening at 8 o'clock throughout the
summer months.
Shevuoth service- will be held on
Saturday night 8 p. m.
Sunday morning at 9 1 clock.
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will peak
he Decali ue".
Sunday evening, h o'clock, ser-
.: on Mil 1 ."1. Ol Israel".
Monday morning services at 9
(.'clock. sermon "Immortality",
which will be followed by Mmorial
Sen ice at 10:30 A. M
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For information Phone 2-1581
The Bar Mltzva of Jerome Silver-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar
Silverman will be held at Congre-
gation Bnai Israel. Sunday morn-
ing, at which time he will address
the Congregation. Following the
services the parents will be hosts
to their friends and worshippers at
the Synagogue.

Congregation Bnai Israel Build-
i ing Committee are working on plans
for their new building and hope to
break ground in the early summer

The Judaic Council held their
regular meeting on Monday Eve.
May 14th. followed by a Mothr's
Day" program, which was very en-
joyable.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
^toy May a
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Elect
BULA E.
Croker
TO
Congress

And Be Sure Of Intelligent, Faithful,
Courageous And Honest Representation
^HE STANDS FOR
1. Support of the President as the chosen
leader of the American people. Support of the
Democratic administration to the best interest
of my constituents.
2. \\ ork to secure pensions lor veterans oi
all wars, their widows, orphans and depend-
ents and for the immediate payment <>i the \ et
erans Adjusted Compensation Certificates a^
a means ot circulating money and increasing
purchasing power.
3. Work to secure such legislation a< will
complete!) abolish child labor forever, and as
will pension the aged and widows with infant
children where the) are without means oi sup-
port.
4. The expansion of our inland waterways
and harbors and the creation ot naval and air
bases on the hast Coast of Florida as a part oi
our .National Defense Vet.
5. Work to secure such 1-ederal aid tor
schools as is necessar> to insure a Hill school
term for our children with adequate provision
for teachers salaries compatable with a decent
standard of living.
'>. I he conservation of our national re-
sources as the heritage of the people as a whole, j
< Legislation as is necessary to guarantee
to all workers the opportunity of earning a liv-
ing with sufficient wages to assure a livelihood
l keeping with the American standard, and
will protect the right of collective bargaining
\ I he passage ot laws for the betterment
and benefit ot agriculture, and especialh to
the citrus and food crops produced in
gainst the importations produced by
-P toreign labor. Ihe immediate payment
^led-J I) Josses.
I he passj-t ot laws for the betterment
;l1- and the advancement of science, the
oi good roads, and the betterment of
sportation and distribution system.
10. Ihe creation of a government con-
'Jed corporation, through which cities em-
*edb> debt, may qualify and invest suit-
inking funds, to be used conjunctive!)
government credit, for the purpose of re-
:* .or refinancing their burdens over a
of time, at lo* interest rates.
Croker Will Represent All The People
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Friday, May 18. 1934 THE JEW SH FLORIDIAN Page Three THE JEWISH "?<>'<> '"'"" FL0RIDIAN | O ^ w i.i HUSHED EVERY FRIDAY b> ih % %  WISH H.ORIDIAN PIIII.1SHING CO. Jt P. O. Box 2*73 I Miami. Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: Id B. W. I !h Avenue Phona 2-1111 j. I.OUIS SHOCIIET. Editor IFKKD K. SIIOCHET. rirrulatitin Manarrr ICANTOB BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative %  Enter?.! as serund class matter July 4. I193H at the Pout Office at Miami, Florida. in ilic Act c.f March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH SAMl'EL SCHl'TZER Krpresentative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN, Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION It may be a bitter pill for prof< tonal anti-Zionists to swallow but it Ls .surely disconcerting to I them to read that "Palestine is almost the only area that offers an immediate oportunlty for refugee colonization on an appreciable scale." The source of that stateWEST PALM BEACH NEWS Manilla line Ye II.M S2.M Vol. 7—No. 20 FRIDAY, MAY 18. 19334 West Palm Beach Notes The movie benefit performances sponsored by Temple Beth El resulted in a tidy sum being raised for the organization. Much of the credit goes to Mr. S. Scher who ment Is not a Zionist propagandist alone so 'd more than one hundred but James G. McDonald. League of and fif 'y tickets. Nations High Commissioner of Refugees, who last week reported Ills findings to the Advisory Council of the Refugee Commission meeting In London. By his unequivocal statement. Mr. McDonald has directed the attention ot world Jewry to the one spot where their constructive efforts will be most fruitful. His objectivity is whether American Jews of wealth will be inclined to equal Objectivity and give generously of their means ,„.,. „ .u ,„ ,,,,,., ; News of the death last week 01 101 the settlement ol German Jew. >. ,.. i.h !" ,„ „ Mr Jacob Storch of Newark. N. J.. ish refugees m Palestine. „ u ,. ,. „ a brother of Mrs. Sam Schutzer of this city was received here. He was a prominent merchant of that city and was fifty years old. Dr. Carl N. Herman of Temple Israel was the chief speaker at the Mother's Day program at the City Park last Sunday, which was attended by several thousand citizens. Seeking the nomination as Clerk of the Criminal Court of Palm Beach County is J. Louie Carter, a native of Palm Beach county, and member of one of its pioneer families. Carter is 29 years old. has had a college training. His practical experience, his friends urge, is such as to make him a particularly valuable man for the office. Shvuoth services will be conducted at Beth El Sunday and Monday mornings. The usual traditional melodies will be chanted and Monday morning "Yizkor" will be recited. Sunday morning Shvuoth services wil lbe conducted by Rabbi Carl N. Herman at Temple Beth Israel when the Rabbi will preach a sermon. %  % % % % % % %  %  %  A benefit card party sponsored by Beth ElSisterhood was held last Thursday evening at Moose Hall With Mrs. B. Ryder as hostess. ew Shirts — 'nwanted oup or Jews in the New i metropolitan area have organized a "blue shirt" movement, c My to protect Jewish Interfcsts in fighting against the brown|hirted Nazis who have undertaken wear the official German unlDims at their propaganda meetThe wearing of a particulai -hilt or the donning ol li:v distinctive clothing to denote philosophy i.s the prot .mged or fanatic minds. lews have sufficient weapons availlefend themselves against m without yielding to a P that Immediately alientelllgent men and women H re interested in helping the V' ause, Jews arc opposed to b brown and silver shirts, Their Id n ol a colored shirt of their h'li would merely put them in the %  •'•• % % %  with the other inB' terical and unprinci%  >'' %  raups which are alcmpting B the basest motives in m\;:-... :. nature. The sane leaders w" %  the Jewish war veterans, some oi the "blue shirters" are urged to dissuade comrades from action which % > the Jewish case. Tampa, Fla. Notes YOIR VOTE FOR Frank H. Packwood CANDIDATE FOR S II K R I F F PALM BEACH COUNTY Subject to Democratic Primary June 5 WILL BE APPRECIATED Paid Political Advertisement) I %  %  %  ? %  mate, The End of W radition The Ladies Auxiliary ol Rodoph Sholora Temple and the Men's Club held their annual picnic lasSunday. May 13th. at Lakeside. two miles south of Lutz. Luncheon was served at noon by the ladies and an orchestra provided music for dancing in the afternoon and evening, swimming was included in the day's entertainment at no extra charge, A round trip to Cuba was awarded as an attendance prize. The committee In charge ol the picnic was Mrs. i. Segall, chairman; Mi.i. Liebman, vice chairman; Mrs H. Pcekett. Mrs. A. R. Berger, Mrs. H. Jenkins, Mrs. H. Aronovitz. Mrs. B. Haimovitz. Mrs. V. Cooper. Mrs. Joe Abramovitz. Mrs. I. Abramovitz. Mrs. Abe Pollick, Mr. Joe Abramovitz. Mr. Max M. Juster, Mr. A. R. Berger, Mr. I. Segal, Mr. B. J. Pinman, Mr. Roy Jenkins. Mr. Albert SPgall. The picnic was a success both socially and financially and all the credit Ls due the committee who worked SO hard. There were quite a number of people from Plant City, Laokeland, and Orlando who attended. The Mis.seGertrude Glasser and Rosabeii Scher were reappolnted teachers at a recent meeting ot the school board for the 1934-19335 term. Dr. Carl N. Herman of Temple Beth Israel was unanimously named secretary of the new social service department ol the Good Samatarian Hospital here. VOTE FOR Your Friend SHERIFF W. H* (Hi) Lawrence IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY To Succeed I limself Ten years faithful service as a law enforcement officer Palm Beach County YOIR VOTE AND SUPPORT Will. BE APPRECIATED 'Paid Political Advertisement) + %  The Vosslche Zeitung Ls dead, and f es the last relic of freeHorn o| speech in Germany. The %  i> Friday evening. May 18th. 8:30 P. M. Rabbi Adolph Burger, rabbi of Rodoph Sholom Temple will speak on "Revelation". Service for Shcvuoths will take place Saturday evening at 7 P. M. Sunday and Monday mornings at 9 A. M. Memorial services will take paper in Berlin during and ,: %  •" War. n was the product I 1 'he liberal and aggressive ten%  01 its editor. George BernP tace at 10 A M m who is now an exile. The Tne cjiildren ot the Sunday I Which was once the proudSchool .lasses will take their exP' "nk in the great chain of Ullanimations Sunday morning and F iblicatlons, baa expired be-,'' be awarded prizes for the h Its co-ordination" under the I highest marks Mr. David Stein, I has made it unreadable and president ol the Cong Ition will •profitable. It had become a readdress the children and recltaV %  all the other papers which 'tons will be given by Rosalie _?' %  in the Reich today: stodgy, andlstlc reprints of mlmeofaphed sheets handed out by Paul 3 %  hiel ot Nazi "enlighten" teems unbelievable that r**' hould not be anywhere in ,; Intellectuals who do nol f that day after day their I trying to retrace back%  id the steps ol evolution The "i the Vossische Zeitung. I founded In 1704, Is but 1 ymbol of the disinti Pn ol everything that | 1 fthy and forward-lookin "fe ol Germany Buchman, Bobbie Kasriel, and Grace Davan. ciitt.s will be presented to the Sunday School teachers and the members ol the Rodoph sholom choir at this time. A Special meeting ol the Ladies Auxiliary <>i Rodoph Bhol im Temple will be held Thursday, May M ai a p m at the Temple The mam purpa e "i the meeting is to wind up all our buslne so thai at the annual luncheon only reporl offlcei an I standing commil will i)'heard Candidates lor the local offices are waging an active campaign and are urging their qualifications or. the voters BS the reason for then 1 election. Sheriff W. H. Law' rence who served as chief deput.\ sheriff lor ten years, then as Sheriff by Court appointment alter the death of Sheriff Baker is now a candidate for the office. He has | had considerable experience. He resigned from the oil lee when J. \V. Wilson waappointed but accepted the office of Sherifl through appointment ot the Governor following Wilson.resignation. Running in oposltlon to him are Vincent Oaksmith. a long time resident of the county, former city commissioner and former mayor ol West Palm Beach. His friends urge his election on the basLs of his ability and service to the community Also running for Sheriff Ls Frank H. Packwood who was connected with the Sheriff's office since 1925. ^*4^r7rr"N4^^,TV^:rV4M^*^5i^^X^i i>*<^i i*sW2ZS4^£Z^**S 11 nria of nd



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wJewisti floridi&in FLORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY Vol. T-N"'-" MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934 Price Five CentJ MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) |(4t S. W. Third Stroot JITHS WASHER. Rabbi I ervicea tonight begin at c in p in. Saturday morning serrtces begin at B a. m. "Shvuoth" iii be ushered In Saturday evening ;,T p in Sunday morning Shvuoth in at 9 a. in. with tiic Rabbi preaching al services on "The Decalogue." Monday morning serat 9 a. m. Yiskor or en Ices will follow a serbj tlic Rabbi on "Where thou Man in Greenberg the Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Qreenbe Bar Mitzva at the %  '.wee. He will read Ili' i the Law from the i in recite the Haftoro and a briel address In English. ing the services the parents to their Mends and ppcrs in the vestry mom ol ue, BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (Conifrvotl) 111 N. W. Third A vena* MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi tonight will begin at f, 30 ii m Saturday morning serbegin al 8:30 a, m. Shvuoth will begin Saturday night al 7 p, in Sunday morning services at 8:30 a. in. with Canto Hayman chanting. Rabbi Shapiro will preach ill Yiddish on "The for present day Civilisation On Monday morning Yizkor rill begin at 9:45 a. in. prewhich the Rabbi will preach on "Does organized re1. for the welfare and ol humanity?" CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox! HI Wxhinitton Avc, Miami llrarh IMMIl I. KOSKNBI.OOM. Rabbi. >. tonight begin al 0:30 p. lay morning services begin : 8:30 a. m. Saturday evening the : Shvuoth will begin at p in Sunday morning services 1 al 8:30 a. in With Cantor .man chanting the services. Rosenbloom will preach on I rael and the Torah." Monpecial Yiskor or memorial serill be recited preceding winch the Rabbi will preach on "Forget; remembering Which?" TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Rtform) 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street l>K. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi es begin tonight at 8:15 p. 111 The subject of Dr. Kaplan's serin the Wilderness." Saturday evening, services begin at 15. the Feast of Weeks. The subA Festive Dinner" Sunday morning, Confirmation begin at 10 o'clock, with a •Pecial program. Hadassah Elects New Officers At a meeting held last Monday the election of officers for the Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah resulted in the following being chosen to serve for the coming year. Mrs. Max Dobrin, president: Mrs. Jos. Williamson, 1st vice pros.; Mrs. Barney Weinkle, 2nd vac pros : Mrs Meyer Scliuarl/. 3rd Vice pres ; Mrs. M. Plant, recording secretary; Mrs. Alex Goldstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Milton Weiner. financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treasurer: and Mrs, Hairy Welnberg, auditor. Trustees are Mesdames Sam Simonhoff, M. Krieger, M. D. Klrsch, s Lutzky, A I Magid, Mark Max, P. Libernan, ..' Simpson, and L. Hart/. The ill be formally inducted into Office al a dale to be an. horllj Jewish News Around The World Beth David Hold Gala Ceremony Rabinow Appointed Chairman <>f Pension Committee in Ohio Cincinnati. Ohio.—Dr. I. M. Rubinow, secretary of B'nai B'rith. lias been appointed chairman ol the Advisory Committee for the administration of the Old Age Pension Law in Hamilton County. Dr. Rubinow is a national authority on tins subject, having served as a member of the Ohio commission to study unemploymenl Insurance, He has writen several books and hundred.-ol maua/.'nc ai tides on these and allied subjects. He has served a.executive threetor Ol the United Palestine Appeal and executive director ol the Jewish Welfare Society oi Philadelphia. From 1919 to 1922 he was dii of the HTadassah Medical nizatiOn In Palestine. Ladies Will Hold Meeting An important meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong, will be held at the Synagogue next Tuesday evening May 22nd, at 8 p. m. Committee appointments announced are: House. Mesdames Clein and Drevich; Membership. Mrs. P. Berkowitz: Card parties. Mrs. N. AbramSOn; Sick, Mrs. N. Adelman; Finance Mrs. Milton Weiner; Publicity, Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum; Public relations, Mrs. J. L. Shochel; Sunday school, Mrs. Max Rappaport. With a large number ol members and guests attending, officers ol Beth David Sisterhood were formally installed last Tuesday at a dinner m Beth Dawd Talmud Torah Hall. Mrs. L. Hartz, chairman of the arrangements committee presented Mrs. Joseph M. Fine at the toastmaster, following winch the Invocation was offered by Mrs. I OUlS Hayman. The principal addie.-oi the afternoon was given by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David. Other addresses were made by Stanley C. Myers president of the Congregation, Mr.-. Meyer Schwartz retiring president of the 81sterhood and Mrs. Wm. Robinson inj coming president. A beautiful gavel was presented on behali Oi the si.-ierhood to Mrs. Meyer Schwartz in recognition of her services by, Mrs J, Bngler. Briel addresses were made by Mrs. Lewis Brown pas) president of the Sisterhood, Mrs Chas Greenfield president of the Ladies Auxiliary ol the Jewish Welfare Bureau, Mrs Sadye (i. Rose, executive secretary ol the Bureau, Mrs, Sol Rotforl president Of Junior Hadassah, Mrs. Lena Simon, worthy matron of Emunah Chapter O. E. s. Mrs. Morris Dubler in behali ol the Senior Council Ol Jewish Women. Mrs. Chas. Beckoritl for the Chesed She! Erne SI terhood and Mrs. J. L. Shochel president of the Ladies Auxiliary 01 the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Vocal solos were Ming by Cantor Louis Hayman who was accompanied by Miss Mildred Oreenberg al the piano. Officers Installed were: Mrs. Wm. Robinson president; Mrs. Louis M Levins 1st vice pies., Mrs. Louis Weinkle. 2nd vice pre: Mrs Isidor Fine. recording secretary; Mrs. Sol. Weinkle. treasurer and Mrs Ed Friedman auditor. Trustees for a :t year term Mesdames J Bngler, I. Hartz and A. Rubin; for a two vear term. Mesdames L Hayman. Sam We.sel. and H. Rayvls. For a one year term Mesdames M Schehlbcrg" Win Friedman and Ham I Wells Laughs at "World Jewish Conspiracy." sees Moslej Fluting New York-There is "no more Conspiracy among the Jews to dominate any country than there is among the Scotch," H. Q. Wells, major literary seer of the Englishspeaking world, declared on his arrival in New York for a month's slay. Predicting that Sir Oswald Mosley's Fascist movement in England would fizzle out. Wells said the black shirts are not taken seriously in England. The famous novelist and historian pooh-poohed charges of a world Jewish conspiracy and characterized the antiSemitic movements in Europe as being based on ••childish nonsense." He also said that the -solidarity ol the Jewish race is much exaggerated it you have a people with a common language who posse common tradition. It is only natural that they must hang together." Mussolini Ousts Jung. Italy's Minister of Finance Rome—Guldo Jung, Italy's Jewish minister of finance, who has survived a number ol previous cabinet shake-ups. was ousted from his position by Premier Mussolini when n Duce again reorganized his cabinet. All Orthodox Jew. Jung wathe most Important Jewish figure In Fascist Italy next to Margherita Sarfattl, Mussolini's secretary and biographer. Jung was Mussolini's personal representative last year at the Washington con terences preliminary to the London Economic Conference. Temple Will Confirm Sunday The annual confirmation services I of Temple Israel will be held at the Temple Sunday morning May 20th beginning at 10 a, m, The march ol the conflrmands Into the Temple will begin the ceremonies. Those thai will be confirmed are: Gertrude Handel. Elizabeth Davis, Joan Feibelman, Henrietta Hartman Evelyn Kane. Edna LeibOVitt, David Loveman, Amelia Levkolf. Beryl Rose. Louis Snetniaii. and David Wolkowsky. The following program will be observed: Opening Prayer. Beryl Rose; Floral Offering, Edna Leibovit; Hymn No 44. Part One. FAITH Faith in God. Louis Snetman; Faith in Torah. Gertrude Bandel; Faith in Israel, Henrielte Hartman: Faith in the Kingdom of God on Earth. David Wolkowsky; Hymn No. 145. Part Two. DUTIES Duties to the Synagogue. Elizabeth Davis; Duties to Parents. Joan Feibelman. Part Three. FESTIVALS Holy Days. David Loveman; Festivals, Evelyn Kane: Confirmation, Amelia Levkoff; Confession ol Faith, Conflrmands and Rabbi; Closing Prayer. Louis Snetman; Blessing of Qonflrmjands, Rabbi; Anthem. Choir. Presentation of Confirmation Certificates, by the President ol the Congregation, Day J. Apte. Presentation of Prayer Books (gift of the Sisterhood', by the President of the Sisterhood, Mis. i. M. Welnsteln. Reception at Kaplan Hall given by the Parents of all the Conflrmands will be held immediately alter the services to which all present are cordially invited. Anonymous Christian Gives S5O.H00 To German Jewish Relief Fund LondonAll England Is talking about a $50,000 contribution by an anonymous non-Jew to the Ger„,.,„-Jewish relief fund being raised here by English Jewry. In making h,.s gift, the largest ever made by ;1 non-Jew to B specifically Jewish cause, the donor asked that his name be not made public He left .,„, m oney at the Rothschild banking house. Covering the fourth congressional district in an effort to win the Democratic nomination for Congress, Mrs. Bula E. Croker. spoke over the Radio here last week and discussed the issues of the campaign. Mrs. Croker who has been active in public life since childhood has established a reputation for honesty and interest for the public welfare which was recently enhanced by her courageous attitude in Palm Beach County. Accepting an appointment as Chairman of the FERA Board which was designed to alleviate conditions for the unemployed in the district, she declined to permit and bitterly fought the administration of the funds for other than actual relief purpc Because of this attitude on 1i part, typifying her zeal for the public interest, she was removed from office by State authorities, against the wishes ol the poor people wno were affected. The late Nathan Straus, until late of his death admitted to be Jewry's foremost philanthropist and representative, was a close friend of Mrs. Croker whose marriage to the late Richard Croker took place at Mr. Straus' home in No\ ember of 1914. He became ac; quainted with her through her philanthropic and social work, and worked with her in numerous projects for the alleviation of distress among the needy. She led the Woman's suffrage parade at the time of the late President Wilson's inauguration and was one of the first to champion %  women's rights in this country. A former school teacher, active worker for the Red Cross, her numerous private charities, active participation in the national elections for President Roosevelt, she is campaigning for Congress on a platform which is clear and unequivocal in the interests of her constituents. In Dade County, particularly, led by George Christy prominent communal worker, hundreds of citizens are rallying to her support and actively aiding her in her fight for office. Mrs. croker will arrive hen shortly to address the voters of Dade County. Croker headquarters have been established at 20 West Flagler street Mothers Day Is Observed Junior Hadassah members entertained their mothers and friends with a program Monday night at Ponce de Leon Hotel. Taking part were Miss Margaret Abdoll. Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Miss Esther Cromer. Ben Bernard. Miss Pauline and Miss Betty Lasky and Miss Ida Engler. Promising to aggressively support all sound measures to belter the condition of "the man who calculates his income in terms of food, clothing and shelter. John J Lindsey. prominent Miami attorney announced his candidacy for the state legislature in group 2. Lindsey will oppose Rep. S. P. Robineau. who is the incumbent. "I promise to make no promise not made from the public platform or in the public press, and in plain language to express my position on the isues presented," Lindsey said Lindsey, a native of Choi lav. county. Miss., took his law degree in the Chattanooga College of Law (Continued on page 5> IT iria of nd



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TT Page Six *J THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ^toy May a < Elect BULA E. Croker TO Congress And Be Sure Of Intelligent, Faithful, Courageous And Honest Representation ^HE STANDS FOR 1. Support of the President as the chosen leader of the American people. Support of the Democratic administration to the best interest of my constituents. 2. \\ ork to secure pensions lor veterans oi all wars, their widows, orphans and dependents and for the immediate payment <>i the \ et erans Adjusted Compensation Certificates a^ a means ot circulating money and increasing purchasing power. 3. Work to secure such legislation a< will complete!) abolish child labor forever, and as will pension the aged and widows with infant children where the) are without means oi support. 4. The expansion of our inland waterways and harbors and the creation ot naval and air bases on the hast Coast of Florida as a part oi our .National Defense Vet. 5. Work to secure such 1-ederal aid tor schools as is necessar> to insure a Hill school term for our children with adequate provision for teachers salaries compatable with a decent standard of living. '>. I he conservation of our national resources as the heritage of the people as a whole, j <• Legislation as is necessary to guarantee to all workers the opportunity of earning a living with sufficient wages to assure a livelihood l keeping with the American standard, and will protect the right of collective bargaining \ I he passage ot laws for the betterment and benefit ot agriculture, and especialh to the citrus and food crops produced in gainst the importations produced by -P toreign labor. Ihe immediate payment ^led-J I) Josses. I he passj-t ot laws for the betterment ;l1 and the advancement of science, the oi good roads, and the betterment of sportation and distribution system. 10. Ihe creation of a government con'Jed corporation, through which cities em*edb> debt, may qualify and invest suitinking funds, to be used conjunctive!) government credit, for the purpose of re: .or refinancing their burdens over a of time, at lo* interest rates. Croker Will Represent All The People



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Ifrida ,,. May 18. 1934 THE J E W Political Briefs ( i tmued from page n 1912. and entered law in Tennessee the in p n June Commit to Miami in July. 1923. In interest ol a client, the Union Planter.-.' Hank f Memphis. lie ater came here to make his home, admitted to practice in [ B m 1927 and has remained I nee, A Mason, Civitan and mem:., Temple Baptist church. candidate for re-election was born In Liberty County. Georgia, and educated at Mercer University. He IS a member of the Plrsl Hap!,., Church and is now presiden I A N Page Five Mr. Chappell was bom and eduIcus, Ga. He has In Miami for a numter ol years, and served in t of thi Florida state Baptist Convention the s p Robineau. candidate for re. the Legislature from 2 : waging an active cambased on his record of chievement In the Legislature has served for two and one special term. He lampioned Die cause of Dade i .:,;. at all times, and is probabM best known and able in the entire State of bineau is a world war i served in the %  Legion and in the rmy with distinction. City attorney ol Mi19 to 1921. He is a memu ii HI Regents ol t he ft ; Miami and one Ol the i %  the Bar, the highest office within the K1|I „, the church in the State. He i ., Mason. Shrlner, Knight of Pythias and Odd Fellow. He is president of the Georgia Society in Miami and has served as Judge for the past twelve years. He is asking for a second term on his record In office. As Judge he has at all times worked towards the elimination of the habitual offender, but has not hesitated to extend clemency where II was deserved. a mem: the lower house from Dade l: • veteran of the d war, in which he was a pilot i" the aviation corps. He i.s married and has two children. • Judge H. F. Atkinson, who Is seeking re-election to the Dade Circuit bench, was born in Georgia and moved to Florida when hi 20 years old. He received hi education at the Universltj ol Georgia and was admitted to the Florida bar in 1885 He came to Miami and opened a law off! and during his residence In the city has served as at ton. thl Hoard ol Co int; C( mi •'is. the I • School Bi ard and for the Cltj ol Miami He ol the Criminal c rd ol Dadi and iince IS been Judge ol the Dade Cln I court. Hi hai hown calm, courteous i c Collins Judge oi the and careful consideration to all liti. ol Record w ho u a VOTE FOR JOHN LINDSEY < andidate for STATE LEGISLATURE Group Two Political Advertisement I ganl and attorneys, and he ha the reputation ol having the S preme Court ol Florida sustaining the major portion ol in. deel m i).in chappdi qualified as a candidate for the state legislature from Dade county in group !. and announced himself m favor of an amendment requiring at least 89 per cenl local labor to be employed it all race tracks Mr. Chappell said I am in favor Ol a workmen's compensation act. adequate provision lor the public schools, reduction of gasoline tax and a more equitable distribution of the funds therefrom; an amendment making it mandatory that at least 85 per cent local labor be employed on all race tracks; revising an modernizaing legislation pertainoing to child welfare. + + TIVOLI shorn r r, and BOO P. M. 20c till 6:30—Evening 25c Matinees Daily Sunday and Monday. May 20-21 CLAUDETTE COLBERT RICARDO CORTEZ "Torch Singer" dtthe [ovies: Claudette Colbert, as the hardted queen of the night clubs. Will be seen In Paramount'.-. -Torch Singer." coming on Sunday and Monday to the Tivoh Theatre. In the casl an Ricardo Corn z David Manni i Lyda Robert! and Baby er of PI" 'Here have numbei new songs will be ; Mia Colbert In from a lull it of Ing "torch" turn I Perkins' 'Mike.' winch ran in ine, Is Param ml 1 ert's di mand lor storl with : mi i. A. The Catholics position In recard to this question is as follows: He believes that Christ is the incarnate Son of God: that He gave a new revelation to mankind: died for our redemption: and established an organization, the Catholic Church, to perpetuate His teaching and to administer His means ol Grace, called Sacraments. Believing this, the Catholic is convinced that his faith is the most precious QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q. Are Protestants content with the divisions that separate them into various communions? A. Where such divisions are based upon differences of conscientious conviction Protestants believe that there is less spiritual injury in their continuance than would result from any sort of enforced or artificial conformity. Moreover, such divisions do not prevent a large and growing degree of spiritual fellowship and cooperation in j tr, ing he has. And he feels an oblipractiacal understandings. When R ati n to give this same faith to conscientious differences do not nis children. Conequently. he candivide, the movement toward or' not eM ?r into marriage without an ganic unity is growing. The World understanding that any children Conference of Faith and Order is "'" ^ brought up a.s Catholics. devoted to the study of agree| ments and differences with a view to mutual understanding and fellowship. The Universal Chi Council of Life and work is developing many forms of cooperation in Christian tasks. Each of these organizations includes the u Orthodox Churches and all Fo! Y "'" LUMBER Requirements Classified BUILDING SUPPLIES The girl of KK1.IV gets her man than did her mother, but she is not nearly iccessful at keeping him. So opines Mae West, the movies' :. .\ scorch queen, who demonstrated convincingly and entertainingly in 'She Done Him Wrong" how she attracts the men consequently, when he stepped Now she gives another demonStration In her latest Paramount picture. "I'm No Angel." coming on .Sunday and Monday to the 7th Avenue Theatre, practicing her arts on Cary Grant It takes a beter woman to keep he man she has these days," Miss Wi • declared, "than to go out and get a lot of new fellow" the major Protestant bodies of the world. Q Whj an so many Jewin Ii A. •" nd : %  :..' I limitations upon their occupation. live in ghettes and wi Idered by tl •o be a i] art. it is in the last ISO years, with wth ol Itical freedom and I sicn ol tl and civil that the ghetto and the Jew has been thrown In) th world as a citizen. These old restrictions took their toll and the Jew naturally did the thing hi tomed to do during tfS the of persecution. He was permitted to be a trader or a peddler. out into the world, he pursued trade. r Is %  mistake, however, to believe that all Jews are in trade. One need only think of the Jewish name.m art and music and in literature. Q. Is it unreasonable to Insist that all children born of a marriage between a Catholic and nonCatholic should be brought up as Catholics? % %  % %  %  %  ^.ofing and A phall Call JEFFREY LUMBER YARDS, INC. "Quick Sei 2047 .*.' Miami Ave. Phone 33653 MILLWORK Millv rk Spindle Doors: Cabinel v. LEE NOVELTY WORKS 221 N. W. 26th St Phone 2-7469 ROOFING BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofer 1919. Inspections and Estimate Prei 222 N W 26th St. Phone 2-3705 WINDOW SHADES MIAMI WINDOW SHADE CO. "For Shades" 174 N.E. 40th St. Phone 2-8665 GARAGES ROLLIN8 A BOGGS ializing in General Motor Repairs, Wheel Aligning. Brake Lining. Etc. 146 N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 St. Petersburg Notes 1 + +— 4 I SEND YOUB LAUNDRY TO THE 1 HOMK SERVICE Laundry HOY H. TURNER, I'rnp. 1225 S. W. 6th SI. IMiont J-56S4 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER ice.wil be held every Friday evening at 8 o'clock throughout the summer months. Shevuoth servicewill be held on Saturday night 8 p. m. Sunday morning at 9 1 clock. Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld will peak he Decali ue". Sunday evening, H o'clock, ser.: on Mil 1 ."1. Ol Israel". Monday morning services at 9 (.'clock. sermon — "Immortality", which will be followed by Mmorial Sen ice at 10:30 A. M REMOVED I'D Our Ne and Larger Store, Carrying A Complete Line of DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED DELICATESSEN. BAKERY AND DAIRY PRODUCT8 SCHIFF'S 169 N. W. oth Street FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS FOB SHVIOTH Watch for next week's announcement + '+ ,; ATKINSON { INDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION Circuit Judge Record is ins Qualification Polit.cal Advertisementi •* Camp Wohelo For Qirls An Ideal Vacation Spot For Your Daughter Bertha Berkowiteh Levy Owner and Director Mrs. J. N. Morris 1761 S. W. 15th St. MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE For information Phone 2-1581 The Bar Mltzva of Jerome Silverman, son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Silverman will be held at Congregation Bnai Israel. Sunday morning, at which time he will address the Congregation. Following the services the parents will be hosts to their friends and worshippers at the Synagogue. • • • Congregation Bnai Israel Buildi ing Committee are working on plans for their new building and hope to break ground in the early summer • • • The Judaic Council held their regular meeting on Monday Eve. May 14th. followed by a Mothr's Day" program, which was very enjoyable. ^ %  >— ^ -fr For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT GAPT. TOMS FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST Our Fish are the freshest — Caught by our own boats daily If it is Sea Food, we have it at its very best, and at attractively low prices. Our method of handling and selling Sea Food Is in observance with all the sanitary rules and regulations. t n d 17 nria of nd %