The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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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wJewisli Tllaridliia in
i No. M
1 I.OR1D.VS ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
miami. plorida, fridav! may ?.:,, m*
teri leaves S100.000 To Four
liuish Institutions
york The Jewish Theoligl-
I thi MOntefiore Hos-
|i i i deration for the Sup-
Jewish Philanthropic So-
il the Jewish Education
n each receive 125,000
te ni the late Israel
^B1' president of the Jewish
Association. Mr. Unter-
i ill expressed the wish that
:. continue to follow
and observances of
iv religion and to observe
. Its rites and customs,
lish Part; Attacks Jewish
Youths
Organized dcicn.se by
umbers of Jewish labor
el ni the B'rith Chail, a
11 ion of the Zioni.st Re-
prevented a series of at-
the recently organized
itlonal Radical Pai -
and Czenstochowa
umlng serious pogrom pro-
Members of the National
..'lacked a group of young
timing from a Lag B'omer
11 and seriously injured
il them. A number ol anti-
also suffered hurts. Thir-
:: including several Jews,
led. Local officials prom-
action against the riol -
Junior Council
Will Install
The Junior Council ol Jewish Wo-
men will install its newly elected
officers at a dinner on May 29th at
the -Miami Colonial Hotel. Officers
lo be installed are Ida Wen; ti In
pr< Ident, Bernice Loeb and Ida
. vice presidents, Mar & i
thai recording secretary, Margie
Predlnger corresponding secretary
and Betty Oreenberg treasurer. The
program will Include a speaker,
music by Mildred Oreenberg and
vocal selections by Mrs. Ralph Fol-
well. in charge ol arrangements Is
a committee consisting ol Mrs. j.
Wernikoff. Miss Gertrude Rappa-
port, Miss Lillian Wucher, Miss
Miriam Scheinberg and Mi Ger-
trude Neham.
Beth David To
Confirm Pupils
(djan Becomes Autonomous
Jewish Region
t> Birobidjan, a territory
'i square mile in
officially became
imous Jewish region en-
." representative in the
: Nationalities .< a
proclamation by the
t'CUtlve Committee ol tin
iviet Republics. Ill mak-
matlon the central
inced thai II does
'" create a state lor all
in the world but intend.'-
to raise Birobidjan to
an autonomous re-
1 par with the twelve
>moua Republics in
Ion.
' "ll now has a population
"1 whom ,()()() are Jews.
i way now to ettli
"' Jews there this year.
tsky, vice-chairman ol
V overnmenl depart-
| tling tile Jews on the
ned that Jews from
'' welcomed ;,t BirO-
D Sovlel Union doe.-.
\l make thai region a
Ii from other
1 Birobidjan i Im-
\ natural n
tale ii.du '
2 kei \ ., ni.ol j -
developed I
I theatre.
Annual confirmation services ol
Beth David Congregation will be
held at Beth David Synagogue Sun-
day evening June 3rd. beginning a;
h o'clock. Among those who will be
confirmed arc Mollie Engler. Sel-
ma Oropper, Mollie Horwitz, Robert
Kaplan. Marshall Levins. Roy Mech-
lowitz, Ethel Pont. Evelyn Rosen-
tlial, Lillian itelinan. Harold E
Blanche West hoi t. Melvin Weinkle,
Lillian Kaplan. Stanley Jamison,
Shirley Halms, Margaret Horowitz,
and Harriet Katziff. Two members
ol the class who would have been
confirmed and who died will be re-
membered durum l he services and
are Melvin J. Schwartz and Mor-
decal Mayers During the evening
honorary teacher's certificates will
be presented to Mrs. H. Oliphant,
Mi i;.i (loldenblank, Mi M
Ml m. Scheinberg, Miss
A. Segal and Miss Ida Engler. Tea-
cher' certificates will be given i"
Jeromw Weinkle, John Kronenfeld,
Jeanette Kronenfeld, Jeanette Spei -
tor. Ro.-e Dubler, Gertrude Shalt.
Nellie Shall and Marvin Rubin
Hadassa To Give
Musical Shower
Every effort Is being made by tin
Miami Chapter ol .Senior Hadassah
to make its annual Hospital linen
shower and musicale one of tin- out-
standing event., ol the cum i
son. A gala program ol entertain-
menl featuring some ol Miami'*
leading musician.-, will be presented.
The affair will be held at the home
. l Mrs. Hairy I. Lipton at till '
Ington Anns apts. Miami Bead:.
May L'Kth. al :i P. M
and admission Will be by the mil
ol sheets, pillow casses, t"<
all oi winch will be forwarded t<> 'he
E.Hadassah Medical Units In Pali
une. Refreshments will be served
The public Is Invited t" attend.
Croker Wages
Active Fight
Though wealthy, her interest in
the welfare ol her fellowmen has
brought Hula B. Croker into tin
limelight many a time. Now m he,
race lor the nomination for Con-
from the 4th Florida Con-
re lonal district, she has centered
h> r campaign on I u which have
d; tinctly and forcefully brought to
the forefront many problems af-
fecting the enure nation and par-
ticularly citizens and residents ol
thi' Fourth Florida District. She
has stressed among other thin i the
ui laws for the betterment
of agriculture and the protection ol
citrus and food crops in Florida
against competition oi Importations
produced by cheap foreign labor.
Florldians particularly those of this
district know what this competition
has done to local industry In the
past, She has pledged herself to
work industriously for the welfare
ol her constituents, and those who
know her. well realize that politics
will never stand in the way of her
fulfilling her pledges, a definite
and conclusive proof of this was
shown when as Chairman of the
Palm Beach County F. E. R. A. an
attempt to introduce politics in the
administration of government wel-
fare funds met with her vigorous
Opposition. Because ol tin- she W8J
removed from oil ice by State offi-
cials. She accepted this dismissal
rather than compromise what she
felt was her duty to alleviate the
needy.
Sheafs of articles from metro-
politan newspapers attest the high
points in the hie ol this still com-
paratively young widow who pre-
fering a quiet cm tence In her Palm
Beach seaside home and mixing
little m the society life for which
the resort is noted, spends her days
helping the poor, the afflicted and
those she ihink.s have been unjustly
treated.
There was the time she rode a
horse in Cherokee Indian costume
through the streets ol Washington
in a great woman's suffrage pa-
rade, which the public made much
ol a- she was one nl I he lust to
espouse and 11111 lor woman's right
to the ballot.
ihr marriage to the famous Rich-
ard Croker at the New York home
o* Nathan Strau.-s on November 2C.
1914. again focused public atten-
tion on her.
Born in Delaware county, Okla-
homa, thn Indian territory, on Feb-
ruary 17. 1884. as Bulah Edmond-
son. her early education was receiv-
ed al the Cherokee National Fe-
male Seminary. Talequah, okia.
Following this she attended Chlcagi
University and did further work in
schools oi Boston.
Later She returned to her home
where she spi : OTS Ul
,,.,, hi!., 'he Indian.- Four
following .-he was principal of the
public schools iii Talequah.
Immediately alter her marriage
to Mi Croker, Mrs, ('inker made
her winter home in Florida and
following hi- death ill 1022 adopted
thi- state a- her legal n Sid
During her residence In Fl
Price Five Cents
j Announcements!
Judge H. F. Atkinson, who is a
candidate to succeed himself m
Group 1, eleventh judicial circuit.
came to Florida In 1881 from Geor-
gia, where he was born. Shortly al-
ter coming to Florida he mined to
Miami in 1897 and ha- been ,c re I-
deiu oi the city ever sin
A keen student ol the law. he has
held many positions requiring abil-
ity and Judgment. He has erved a;
Justice ol the peace, county attor-
ney, city attorney. Judge Ol the
criminal court of record an dhai
been judge ol the circuit court, Dade
county, lea- 11 years. He also die-.'
the first city charter lor Miami.
Judge Atkinson was a student o.
the University of Georgia, a mem-
ber of Chi Phi fraternity and Is a
life member of the Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks. He is a
member of the Dade County Bar
Association, the State Bar Associa-
tion and the American Bar Associa-
tion and has been practicing law
for 47 years.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
CConBervativel
139 N. W. Third W.
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Services begin al 6:30 p. m
urday morning servici begin at
8:30 a. m. Robert Kaplan thi
"i Mrs. L. Kaplan of this city will
be Bar Mitzva. Robert will recit
the Haftoro and deliver an address
in English following which the
Rabbi will preach. Following the
services Mrs. Kaplan will be h
to the worshippers at a reception.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orlhodoil
.111 Wellington Air., Miami Reach
DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM, Rabbi
Services begin tonight at 6:30 p.
m. Saturday morning services be-
gin at 8:30 a. ni. Cantor Schlach-
man will chant the services. Min-
cha services begin at 6:30 p. m,
with the Marriv service following.
Mrs. J. C. Brown, who is a can-
didate for member of the legisla-
ture from Group 1. a position for-
merly filled by her husband, who
resigned to enter the sheriff's de-
partment, says she stands for an
adequate and stable financing plan
tor state's public schools; lifting
Florida from its present low-range
among states on matter of care toi
disabled veterans; real action on
workmen's compensation bill; mod-
ernized legislation in child welfare
crime prevention and correction
and progressive humanitarian law.-;
any and all ncessary legislation
seeking the general progressive, wel-
fare and rehabilitation of the State
ol Florida; government lor the peo-
ple rather than for special Inter-
'Government," says Mr-. Brow:.,
"now extends its authority into the
in a manner without prece-
dent in American history. Women
.or concerned as never before with
. i nment. Women voters
now practically equal the number
of men voters, and women are
among the nation's biggest taxpay-
ers. Will not Dade county follow
our national chieftain and his new
deal policy ol glvlni ion to
women who are developing capacity
for leadership m governmental ac-
tivities."
Mr.-. Brown is a ,-ehooi teacher
and widely known as a communal
worker.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
(Reform!
137 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Service! begin tonight at 8:15
when Rabbi Kaplan will preach a
sermon on "Priestly Blessing." This
will be the closing services until the
Fall. The Religious school will hold
its closing session Sunday morning
and will reopen in the Fall. The
annual Sunday school picnic will
take place Sunday morning. Jum
3rd iderdale,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
(Orthodox)
I.-.4.-, S. W. Third Street
Jl'LIlS WASHER, Rabbi
Robert W. Smith, Coral Gables.
secretary ot the Coral cables Real
Estate Board, Is a candidate for
the county school board, district
three.
Mr. Smith came to Coral Gables
five years ami from Chicago where
i Continued or
he has been active in civic and
political affairs when her efforts
were needed for the betterment of
[i How citizens.
Wl dnesday night she addressed a
.it the Carpenter's
Union here and met with an en-
thusiastic reception.
Ear!'. be: m tonight at
ii :(u p. m. Saturday morning ser-
vile- begin at !i a. m. with Gerald
Simian the son i Mr. and Mrs. A
Shulan oi tin- my being Bar Mitz-
va. Gerald will recite the haftoro
and deliver an address in English,
following which the Rabbi will
preach, Mlncha services be'.
6:30 followed by the Maai'iv service.
Beth David To
Picnic Sunday
Sunday morning May L>7th the
children of the Beth David Sunday
school will meet at the Talmud To-
rah Hall from where they will be
taken to I--t. Lauderdale casino for
the annual Sunday school picnic.
Races, swimming contests and other
games will be participated In by the
children and prizes will he awarded
to the winners Refreshments will
he served to the children, in charge
of arrangements Is a committee
consisting of Mrs. j. Engler, chair-
man assisted by Mesdamec L. J.
Hail/. Win. Robinson. H Oliphant,
S. C. Myers. M .1 KopelOWitZ, Man-
nie Wesson. Louis Hayman. li.un
Markowitz and ii. Rayvis in i
of the games Is Mr. Stanley C.
Myers,
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I, May 25. 1934
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
TIIK JEWISH
I lOUIDIAN
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b) the
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p. II. B.n 2STJ
Afj.,,,,1. Florida Phone 2-1183
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I UMTS BHOCHET. Editor
fi D K. BHOCHBT. Circulation Manaxtr
t\:.T()R BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
Field Representative
. wcund class matter July 4.
C, [he Iv.t Office at Miami. Florida,
1, ,. \,t of March 3. 1879.
WEST PALM BEACH
SAMUEL 8CHUTZEB
Representative
ST. PETERSBURG
MRS. MAE BENJAMIN.
Representative
ORLANDO
SYLVIA BERMAN
Representative
TAMPA. PLA.:
MRS. M. H. KISLER
Representative
.-( HSt KIPTIO.N
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Vol. 7No. 21
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1934
he University Sees
Through
*
cr
ha
the German tragedy would
ni'r or later on the develop-
the Hebrew University in
m was inevitable. The m-
Immlgration of German-
refugees, among them many
students and prole.,
bound to place new demands
Hebrew University Realiz-
Dr. Judah L. Magnes, the
Chancellor of the Univer-
unciertaken to interest new
Bids in the University. It Is I
I ped that Dr. Magne.s will nice-
ess in the United States
he will be able to mobilize
to expand the present
tlvities of the Unr.
that David Weil, a
. ::: the Paris branch
Freres, known throughout
a patron of the arts, has
ic bulk ot a fund to erect
club-house on Mount
It :.- planned to civ I a
containing sitting rooms.
efe torii etc.. to ac-
400 students The site
.....n .' as donated by
Herbert Bentwich, father
: Bt ntwich, former Attor-
.tl of Pale-tine and now
r of International Law and
the University. Simultan-
th I his announcement comes
that anonymous donors
reated a trust fund of $200.-
be used over a period ol ten
the establishment and
itenance of a department at
University for research into the
1 and cure of cancer. Several
man-Jewish refugees of scien-
' standing will be engaged to
Professor Ludwig Halber-
dter, who will head this depart-
It is good news that the
ii'ls of the Hebrew University
1 onscious of the duties which
Jve upon the institution on Mt.
i at this pregnant time.
fin*n( lers, whi se pen mal funds
and families are Invi Ived in Ger-
many, have been responsible :
lack ol a, lion on the pan of the
United States Government in pro-
:' "! agalnsl Na -, pi cut ions.
An even more disturbin
countrj i- :
a group of Jewish bankers in Eu-
rope, possibly with the knov
and approval of Americans, have
proposed to advance large a
Hitler Germany if certain r< trie-
tions against Jews could be eased.
Undoubtedly these banker- are act-
ing with the best of motives. But
they completely misunderstand the
background of German anti-Semit-
ism and the temper of the Jewish
people. The violent forces which have
been stimulated by Adolf Hitler and
his murderous gang cannot be stop-
ped with millions of marks. The
passions that have been aroused
are tokens of a bestiality thai
not be tamed, but that must be ex-
terminated. The hatreds created li
the Reich will continue as long as
Adolf Hitler is the symbol of the
German Government A new Gov-
ernment with a totally new con-
ception of stal Ip would be
able to re-educate the German
masse.-. Bui to give money to Hit-
ler is to provide fuel for a i
gration that will consume the Jew-
, ish people Jews have been ey-
ing the boycott bet
Germany's masses to re
' their leadt: li idi f ho. in-
stead of giving them a new life
hem of quick death. If
: Hitler's finances should be strengl
ened, there would be no stopping
Nazis. Let Jewish banker- be-
ware of displaying their outmoded
and degenerate forms of pi
thropy.
A Reply
week there appeared ::.
issue an editorial on
Shirt' movement whl
3hin
Unwantt Wi urged lea-, i
wai veteran
mot tains, having
received information to the effect
that some of their member
joining. We are in receipt of a com-
tion frcm The Jewish War
Veterans of the United States,
founded in 1894. signed by E H
Burman. national commander. This
article is absolutely unjustified and
contrary to fact. The Jewish Veter-
ans have no connection with the
Blue Shirts, and no Jewish War
Veteran is permitted to belong to
the Blue Shirts.'' We are happy
that this is the fact. It merely
strengthens our position.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Mrs. Roosevelt
Speaks
U Jewish Bankers
fware
\ Intrusion .of Jewish bankers
(terman Jewish situation
been very helpful, partial-
ly considering the inflamed state
|public opinion with regard to
ailed moneyed classes.
I or wrongly, the Jewish
ol America believe that a
interested American Jewl h
Even to the superficial ob
of current ever.- this country it
i- becoming more and more
ent ti: ''.: Franklin D. Roose-
velt Is not merely the wife of a
great leader but his effl tl
able a She has dor.-
than any other Firs! Ladv ol
to establ:. h
virtually hundrds of
i r.d of citizens. Her
charm and d
shed a new light on the Exei
Offici ": ':.' White House and
bring the people of this country
closer to the Presidential office
than ever before, The other day
Mrs Roosi velt addressed a
of Negro educators and once more
emphasized 'he liberal attitude of
i the Presidential couple toward in-
ter-racial relationship Said Mrs.
Roosevelt: "The day of really work-
ing together has come. We must
learn to work together regard,
race, creed or color We can have
no group beaten down, under-
privileged, without reaction on the
rest. We must wipe out Intoleranci
and the belief that any one group
can go forward alone." Coi
tatemenl with the recenl pro-
nunciamento ol Herr Ooebbels, win,
expressed his Indignation a! tin
impudence ol the German Jew roi
behaving as it they were entitled to
equal rights in their fatherland
Herr Hitler has often referred to
the treatment of the Negroe In thli
country as a justification for thi
inhuman anti-Jewish poli'Y ol Hit
Nazi We wonder II anyone ol thli
country will have the Idea to i
the lull texl ol Mi. ''"" eve,t''
speech to Herr Hitler, He need
guidance In the
reading matter
selection ol in
Readers of thi.-, journal are in-
vited to send in questions regarding
the Protestant. Catholic or Ji
stions may touch
upon any aspect of these far.l-.-
Qui will be answered in thi.-
column as pron. possible and
should be addre.-.-.-d to this journal
or to the National Conference c:
Jews and Chrl : :.- 289 Fourth
Avenue. New York City.
Q Is it narrow-minded for Cath-
:o refuse participation in th"
es of othei
A. The Catholic believes thai
not narrow-minded to refuse to par-
- formally in a servio
: deny what a Catholic be-
; : Cam .'. a Catholic
be!ie\e;and he doesthat Ci...
is God. then it ~. sit ion that
he should not belief by
formal part in a
..... Bio
because the Catholic believes
Chri bed an organization
with authority to teach in His
name. the Catholic ;
not denj
vice of an organ:.
thai Chrisi
no such author: Ince a
Catholl -
[ed bread
and Bliod. he
believes he should not enl
tha

ie Catholic avers it ii
row-mir.dedr.es.-. but
Christ, that dictates his attitud*
tward ba-ed on a
of what he believes Christ ta
Q. Are Jews rad:..
A. It is unfair to generalize
n:ar.y do, and declare that all Jews
are radicals. It would be jusl
unfair to say that all non-Je
radicals and equally as untrue
There are JewL-h capital-
is a large Jewish bourgeoise. and
o a large group o:
ish radicals. It must never be for-
gotten that the masses of J
people are poor. The myth of Jew-
ish wealth is completely exploded
if one knows the economic status
of Jews, and it is because so many
millions of the Jewish people have
been living in poverty and misery
and under oppression, even today.
that many Jews feel that their sal-
vatlon i with the spread of liberal
doctrines in the economic order.
t^. Have Protestants all
talned doctrine of the separation of
church and state?
A. In some of the early colonies
some form of Protestantism was the
established religion, and in some of
iti ri Ugl of various
kinds were applied to cand
for office These were grad
THE MINORITIES C.errrmn Jew Sue-, Lloyds for Nazi
and INTOLERANCE Confiscation of Fortune
By HAROLD RIEGELMAN
article Is e ol
an address del. a dinner
of Zeta Beta Tau on
Mav 12th.
''' an living In confusing time-.
There is confusion in the field of
economy where tested method
replaced by programs which are
admittedly experimental. There is
confusion in the field of govern-
ment where accepted formulae of
democracy are stretched to met;
the demands of new and
concepts. There is confusion in the
field of sociolo-. human re-
lationships are experiencing revolu-
ns the end of which none can
foresee. And in the field of
the sure facts ol terday become
the uncertainties o: today a:
fallacies of tomorrow.
It need not seem strange tl
world in bewildered s:arr.p*-d<-
crush and :. .:'
part of mankind which .
tionally borne the brunt ol
periodic rr.adr.'
brunt today.
That this should not be
not make the fa
or a less damning indictment
human stupidity. 1:.-
not to excuse or expl ..:. o pre-
:-. pel
or if civilization is so backward that
they cannot be prevented, to keep
the doctrine of hate and hurt
in the narrow-'
One way I ; h th
ible for act .. I
am no: a: ...
of deliberate ret
to build tolerance and good--
of prejudice and
V.'- .:. :.. .:.: .-::.
Of feucl '.V- -.:.
act of retrlE it!
viewpoint is to the wrongdoei
fication for a fn The
doctrine ol
out fan b:
peace to -.
If the world :..
. ...: ..- :
th : has-
'- :
gladness If people of theii
accord err. '.
; -
....
Perhaj
approval is mo:-
But when the embers
tion are fired under a
the revc.
traffl :
a considered program o:
action, reprisal inviti
Such means rr.ay defeat the only
end which should be -er-.ed tl
turn of reason and harmony
poison of race or religious
prejudice is too subtle to yi-
,ts simple as these. Th-
of bigotry goes deeply into the af-
fected mind.
False idea.- are not blasted out by
naked assertions of Uwii
They yield -ound idea*
upon proof of their merit and of
their right 1 the place of the
false.
There are ways of establishing
such proof. They go hand in hand
and each supplements the other.
One way is the way of living. It is
bed 'an exception is a New-
Hampshire statute requiring Prot-
school teachers'. Today
Protestants believe in the right of
every man to worship God accord-
ing to the dictates of his own con-
science and in the separation of
ate.
London Lloyd-. L
Brit com-
:. :,: Al-
bert Zomer. a (
fugee. beca ... p
damat' es he su::
the German government conf:
his fortune of S250.000 in Dresden.
Zomer, who carried a policy with
was formerly Roumanian
consul in Dresden. Lloyd.- refuses
to pay Dr. Zomer. contending that
Dr. Zomer's fortune was confiscated
because he was a Communist and
a traitor to German] Thi argu-
ment was offered by the Na/.
-rr.'-nt of Dr.
Zomer.
Turkish Jeu- t rged To Assimilate
As Paihotii Gesture
. ition of
..... Jew;
become a
abandon their Biblical :....:.
favor of Turkish names acr
to Labez Oner.te. a Turr:
paper published in Ladino S:
Hebrew dialect'.
V. S. Creditors Rap Nazi Policies
Leading to Boycott
in :: thi German govern-
ment ;
>-. not provoke the world to boy-
Mi '- OC-. Gt:..
ntin u tl
. : Id ....:-
pokesmen foi
. ... :.v :...:. I .
Dr H.'alrr.ar Schacht p:
the P.-
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RADIO SYNAGOG
Rabbi S M Machtel : .
director I the Radl
. over rad. tati :. WIOD a:
: SuJ ::..:._ :
'
Uon to tl
:. iptUTt : ..:
y.r.i :. box.
I poor

.. intan from whon
:o borrow
mo:.-
:. who i- con-
scious that the members c:
mm u rd hi- qualitii
: of the qualities Of thi
roup of which he Is one His
.:ti to the welfare of
his community exerr.; the pf>-
-:....! value of his kind to the
community. His business or pi
sional methods are regarded by his
community as typical. His conduct
in his social and political relatior..-
are treated as typical His attitude
towards his employees or his em-
ployer is accepted as typical. If he
Is straight, considerate and decent
K respects he sets up a power-
ful resistance against the for
intolerance. His way of living re-
quires self-discipline, restrain-
some knowledge of life and of the
frailties of human nature. It re-
quires an acceptance of ic-
with the minority It n
readiness to shoulder a burden of
proof which may seem unjust, but
which will continue to exist
as there are identifiable minorities
in any community. If the way of
that man's living is adopted by a
sufficient number of his fel
understanding, respect and
tion will erect barriers not easily
overcome by the apostles of discord
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Frith,; M


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dtthe
WEST PALM BEACH
"Tugboat Annie" and "Rfjputln"
form tiic latest cinema team, Marie
Dressier and Lionel Barrymore, to-
gethi r come nexl Sunday and Mi n-
daj to the Tivoli Theatre in "Her
Sweetheart" (Christopher Beam,
which marks their first appearance
as co-stars.
Tii new picture, a vivid drama
based on the famous New York
stage hit, 'Tlic Late Christopher
enl bol li stars in char-
acter unlike any they have ever
Miss iIressler enacts Abby,
-
i: Bai
; the kindly i intr;
nder 1
: B -OH'.'
. .
In the
grippii [New En land
I
on I I-talk-
[l i
i :. ol Parl
Ion,
Schuyler Lee yon ol Mr. and Mrs,
Harry A. Lee. and Martin Gold son
of Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold. "Bar MHz-
vah" buys were confirmed last Sun-
day morning during the very Im-
pressive Shvuoth and conflrn
services at Beth Israel Temple. Dr
Carl N. Herman officiated, Boiii
conflrmants addressed the membi i
ol iin congregation and their many
friends who filled the Synagogue to
capacity, Schuyler spoke on "Juda-
ism and the past," and Martin
on "Judaism and the future.'
The Rabbi then pronounced the
ngs. Confirmation certificate
and prayer book.- as gifts from tin
Sisterhood were presented them bj
Mrs, Harry Halpein president Ol
. iterhood, During i he si
Mathildda Gordon daughter
and Mrs, Alexander Gordon, and
Herbert Herman were grad
from Bcih Israel Hebrew Higl
school and were presented with di-
plomas by Mr. Cy Argintar pn l-
dent ol the congregation. Tin- wa
followed by Dr, Herman's si rmon i n
The strength i>i our religion." Mi
and Mrs. Harry Halpern member
01 tin choir rendered several
on the musical program dur-
ing the services, The Temple wai
beautifully decorated for the
vice with palm., and flowers
the entire assembly
wi re the gue I 11 Mr, and Mn i
II d Mr. and Mrs. Cold al a i
in Schwartzberg Hall
Six Ji h enlors in Wi I Pi
la Wi di nl
i
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A'a i i man H< i bi i Ki i man Hai
and Herbei I Ma;
"I'm tired ol playing goody-goody
lull's."
Wide-eyed Claudette Colbert la
author of thai remark. And now,
ifter playing Poppaea, Rome's
wickedest woman" in 'Sign of the
her wish again.
lunior High i ommi n< n
lay mornin
Joel Schutzer, wa i he onlj Ji
.Junior High student to
Selma Schloss, Ro alj n < h tun i
Doroth} Dubbin and Pearl Gold
received merit award- Dr, Carl :.'
Herman delivered the commence-
ment addn
urging their quallfi'
the voters as I
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sherifl
by Court app
B
Ihi :: ;:
had I H" :'
i i fri in th
Wilson v
the offici : Shi nfl
ing w
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Wi Pi Im Bj a h Hi
Ity and servi
ii Pai kwood who '
1928 undei
son. B
sherifl
iv. until I
time resideni
tj Hi frlei
his kn
mn. [ice.
He I

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C. C. ANDERSON
1 or
C0UIlt\
(lommissioner
Dlslrli i No '
Demoi ralii Pi imai v
June 5th
l'our Vote and Support
\|i|in i lated
Paid Politl
The supper served by Beth Israel
Slsti rhood Thursday night al
Schwartzberg Hall ired bj
many and netted a neat sum lor the
Temple fund.
Mrs. Maurice Dlckson entertained
,i number ol friends al her home
last Sunday evening.
Beth Israel will hold its annual
Sunday school picnic on Sunday
May 27th, at Dubols' Fishing camp
at Jupiter when Sunday school
prizes Will be awarded.
Tins time It's the role ol notorious
Minn Benton, cabaret and radio
queen In "Ton h Singer," the Para-
mount picture which plays next
Sunday and Monday at tin- 7th
Avenue Theatre
Here, once more. Mis.-. Colbert ha-
fire and ih plays it audaciously.
Men call her the v.or.-t unman in
(own. a brazen creature who take
everything life oilers men. mi
love.
Congregation Beth El held a verj
important meeting Wednesday nighl
at the synagogue where action on
plans for the future of the congre-
gation was taken.
A number oi new members were
imii,iiid Into the local Bnai Brith
lodge at the meeting held last Mon-
day night.
Candidates for the local
are waging an active campaign and
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J. Louie Carter
Foi
Clerk of Criminal
Court
of PALM BEACH COUNT1
Your Vote and Support Will l'
Appreciated
'Paid for bj 1 :
II. T. HOLLOW AY
For
s 111; i< i v f
PAI.M BEACH COUNTY
OF THE PEOPLEFOR THE PEOPLE
Your Vote Will Be Appreciated
i Paid Political Advertl
... mm| .oner oi Dis- munal work of that city. He
, c Anderson the vlved by his wife, one chl
ol the Board ol and brothers.
ners He Is ask- .----------
thi basis of his Seeking the nomination .
of the Criminal Court
Beach County is j. i.ul, ^
M, ,,..... a Lei received th native of Palm Beach county J
,, ,,. ,,,,), 0i her member of one ol )/:,
, ,,,,.,,: Baron al Boston. Hies. Carter Is 29 years old
month ago, Mr. Ba- i college training, n, practlc||(
i prominent stock- penence. his friend
,.., ,,., forty-five as to make him a particularly
,.,,. m the com- I able man for the office.
i
li
\oi R VOTE FOR
Frank H. Packwood
CANDIDATE FOR
SIIERI F F
PALM BEACH COUNT*
Subject t Democratic Primary June 5
WILL BE APPRECIATED
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von: FOR
Your Friend
SIIERI F F
W. H, (Hi) Lawrence
IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
To Succeed I limsell
11'i tears faithful service as a l.iu enforcement officer
Palm Beach ( ounl\
mill VOTI IND SI PPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED
litical Ad

VINCEN1
OAKSMITH
For
SHERIFF
OF PALM BEACH COCXTI
A resident B
County foi nearly
tlvi m Civic and publll
Offering an administration or.
business-like basis and
mon-sense policy. Subject to'-
Democratic primary June Si
YOlIt VOTE WILL B
APPRECIATED
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For
Intelligent-Faithi
and Courageous
Representation
You must elect
BULA E. CROKER
For Congress
-Mi District Florida
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Political Briefs
iContinued from page i >
|K, wa8 guccessfuJ in tin- building
.U1(i ,, state business. He is one
e trustees for school dis-
tricl I
i will represent the best Inter-
chools, pupils, teachers,
.I taxpayers in accord-
ance iith my best Judgment," Mr.
smith aid. "1 believe thai teachers
should '' selected on tin' basis ol
alone it we arc to have
dards in our schools."
Ml Smith is 39, married and has
uv0 children, both .students al
i.cnii Junior high .school.
i! 32nd degree Mason and a
u i Ian.
TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
through the proper control of its a F
revenues and In a square deal for election ",'';';"1- ;""l"b'" re- In 1907. from the University of tton of "the man who calculates his
the teachers and for the taxpayer c,-, V ^tolature hom Colorado Law Sehol in 1913; was
P 2. h waging an active cam- elected County solicitor of Dado ZZZJL"
paign based on his ........... ___- ____ antl shelter.
income In terms of food, clothing
. P. Perry, attorney, is a
t( for the .school hoard in
; e He is a native Floridian
and received his elementary and
education In Florida
He was graduated from col-
v. University ol Florida, in
Imitted to the bar the same
Hart a. Hiiey. }, is candidate
""' county solicitor, Is weu klllJU11
'" the BeW ol law in Miami
Dade county.
He was born in Brooklyn
ular "d one special term. He cham-
\ Lionel the cause of Dade County
1" Bl1 "mes, and is probably one of
October .o. .880. and attended the !,','" T *'""" ''"'" i""" 1"::lsl!"or-
Public school and Commerce Hgh Lineaui "? '" ""^
Robineau Is a world war (
having served In the French For-
eign Legion and m the American
record ol County in 1916: re-elected in 1920,
~Vemenl "' "'' Legislature defeated in 1924, he was elected
- served for two reg- again In 1828. On his failure to re-
ceive the appointment from Gov-
ernor Doyle E. Carlton, was re-
elected again in 1930. Took office In
1931.
Classified
School and Boys' High School m
that city.
Mr. Riley was admitted to the
Florida bar on January Hi. 1914
and established his permanent resi-
dence in Miami. For a time he con-
tlnued to act as court reporter, and
at various times Berved as acting
tate attorney.
In 1914 and again 111 1917 he was
connected with the law office of H.
F. Atkinson and the late R. F, Bur-
dine. He was In partnership with R,
B, Oautier from 1918 to 1820 under
the firm name oi Oautier & Riley
and m 1920 induced Judge Worth
W Trammel] to .cane to Miami and
army with distinction. He lerved as
City attorney ol Miami from 1818
'" 1921. He Is B member ol the
Board 01 Regents ol the University
"i Miami and one ol the ablest law-
' the Bar, At all times he has
never hesitated to fight the cause
His record shows that during the
past year he has secured 710 con-
victions. 95 acquittal.- and 45 new
cases were nolle prosequed He ha-
devoted his entile time to the
duties of the office to the exclusion
Of private practice. His assistants
are Jack Kehoe. Wayne Allen and
Ernest E. Roberts. Three of the
ablest and most courteous attorneys
BUILDING SUPPLIES
For Your LUMBER Requirements
Also Rooting and Asphalt. Call
IEFFREY UMBER YARDS, INC.
"Quick Service."
2047 N. Miami Ave. Phone 33658
Mil.I.WORK
"' *e people and to refuse to be l>n""'""' >*"<' the Dade County 22, ''' '''
Bar. In a statement. Mr. Pine said: '
dominated by selfish political i
His fight for the lai n 1
counties showed the ability and
mettle of Robineau
MlllWOrk, Screen Windows and
Spindle Doors; Cabinet Work.
LEE NOVELTY WORKS
Phone 2-7469
J C Willis, school trustee ol dis-
trict tWO, Is a candidate lor mem-
a been engaged in the name ol Riley & Trammell, later
practice ol law In the stale opening an office ol his own.
,ial courts since coming toj He has now associated with him
Mr. J. Aaron Alboll, prominent
:. 1823. He served with the
division of the United
Navy throughout the war. Mr.
Mason and Shriner. mem-
Harvel W. Seeds Post. Amer-
!.: the Forty and Eight
ind ol the Veterans of Fore-
He expresses himself as
1 1 ted In raising the ed-
i tandards oi the public
li m, adoption ol a system
.me school ia\ funds
practlce h* "'',' ""(l"'- ""' nrm be,- ol the board of public Instruc-
tion, for the place held by w. n
Combs, sr.
Mr. Willis is basing his campaign
upon a program to improve the
Jewish attorney and worker ()i thU
city, who is taking an active part
m the campaign in Mr. Riley's be-
half.
Reduction ol fire Insuranci
Is the principal plank in the plat-
form ol Hans Cordon. attOl : I
who qualified with the county corn-
candidate for the office
ol tate repre entativi roup I.
Othi r plat 101 in plank.- announced
by Gordon are the workmen's com-
I ition bill, pcrmancnl n
r Dade comity, and a road
1 nine ol the tax
hat a portion ol I in
lunds now used for road construc-
tion may go to .schools; and 11
duction ol the gasoline tax.
He Is married and ha two chil-
1 11 He came to Miami In 1820 and
has practiced law here since 1823
He has been active In local circles
having been vice president ol Beth
David Synagogue, and director and
officer In numerous Jewish organ-
izations.
o
school system of the county.
As a trustee he has assisted with
and sponsored various methods.
such a.s that oi employing cadet
teachers. He is vice president of the
Dade County school Trustees Asso-
ciation, which devotes Its time to
school probl
Mr. Willis I: a native ol Alabama
and has resided in Miami Ince 1919
"it Is my endeavor al all tune.
to prosecute real criminals and not
to persecute good citizens for minor
and harmless Infractions ol the law.
it is my endeavor also to conduct
the office al a minimum ol ex-
pense. The rich, the poor, the
the low. the black and the white re-
ceive the same due consideration,
the prompt and Just action 111 all
matters pertaining to my official
duties."
ROOFING
BOBBINS ROOKING a SHEET
METAL WORKS
Re ponsible R ince 1819.
Inspections and Estimates Free
222 N.W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705
WINDOW SHADES
C 1 Wheat candidate tor re-
election as Dade county purchasing
Idacy upon
plendid record in office. Dur-
. administration he ha ear-
ned on a very extensh e fight foi
continuation ol that office and he
asks the VOte and support ol the
people in the coming primarie He
adds that every promise made ii,
1 he pe< been earned out. This
is especially true regarding th equal
distribution of the country's busi-
ness in the matter ol purchases.

VOTE FOR
JOHN
J.
LINDSEY
Candidate for
STATE LEGISLATURE
Group Two
_ '' al Political Adv.
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For Qirls
Ideal Vacation Spot !
For Your Daughter I
Bertha Berkowiteh Levy j
Owner and Director
Mrs. J. N. Morris
'781 S. W. 18th St.
MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
information Phone 2-1581

MRS. J. C. BROWN
And a NEW DEAL in
LEGISLATIVE MATTERS
If elected will render intelligent
and constructive service to the
people of Dade County and the
stale oi Florida
Candidate In Group One
for State Li glslature
(Paid Political Advertisement'
On the platform of "a pi
-local school man for the schooi
board" Willis W. Hall is seeking
election to the School Board Ol
Dade County from the 3rd district
which lies south of the Tamiami
Trail. He has been a resident ol
Miami since 1902. was the first
principal of Miami High School; is
a member of Riverside Baptist
church, ol the Miami Advertising
Club and was a member Miami
Realty Board. 1920-1930.
Mis professional experience In-
cludes service as Assistant Superin-
tendent of Schools. Abbeville. Ga.:
City Superintendent of Schools.
Florence, Ala President, state Ag-
ricultural School. Evergreen, Ala..
and Vice-president and Dean. Cott-
er College. Hartsville, s. c.
Campaigning vigorously, John J.
Lind.sey. prominent local attorney l.
speaking at numerous meetii
throughout the county and di 1 u
Ing the issues ol the campaign. He
is a candidate for the State Legis-
lature 111 Croup 2. Lihdscy I
native of Choctaw, Miss., took his
law degree In the Chattai
lege of Law in 1912, and enter d
the practice ol law in Ti
1913. He came to Miami in 19
was admitted to the Floi
1927. He 1 a Ma on c
member of the Temple Baptist
church. He promised to supporl all
sound measures to better the conth-
VOTE I OR
MIAMI WINDOW SHADE CO.
"For Shades"
174 N.E. 40th St. Phone 2-8665
GARAGES
ROLLINS A BOGGS
Specializing In General Motor
tirs, Wheel Al ake
1 Ining, E
146 N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447
BART. A. RILEY
for
COUNTS SOLICITOR
The Kind <>f Administration
Yon Want:
1 Paid Political Advertisement'
HARRY GORDON
To The
LEGISLATURE
in
GROl'P 1
He Stands For:
1. Adequate provision for
Schools.
2. Workmen's Compensation
Act.
3. Keep insurance money in
Florida, and reduce rales by
regulation.
4. Reduction of gasoline tax
'Paid Political Advertisement 1
Fred Pine. Candidate lor re-
nomination for the office of County
Solicitor ol Dade County. Florida
was born in Sanlord. Florida. Aug-
ust 16th. 1890. He has lived In Dade
County for thirty-eight years;
graduated from Miami High School
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ELEC1
Robert W.
SMITH
TO
DADE COUNTY BOARD OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
District :i
SOI III OF TAMIAMI TRAIL
iPaid Political Advertisement 1

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"Giving Hut Sot Receiving?'
RcrfptWC reading Exodaa, Chapter XIX. \rv. 1 1 11
the first day of Sr II "
. ... ... .
igricultural fi .... :
first ripened fruitt to i
ii -
st. f
of i Mount S ..... Find i
b...
Sh'vuoi n for the reading of the 1
c- chat
hear the Moabii
Naomi, "Intreat me not 1
.....
hal I be m y I
rhe ..-.>.- -.:.- -'.:J.-.
case of the f the law. Thai
: .....ler dui
secret of I

tided d n
. t the 1 ...
Torah ..-.- ...-.._
i : I signed for under |
to bi ..... their
VC'e have hid a simili-
wai passed, in a morr i. a law
to forced upon i
tor ::....- own good, as rr..
suit. Th id froi the bool
Eighteenth A fi 8 for
It had their I
it was i body i
to the law. Sii
moralii I ial cusi
bj those wh
hand, we have a per< the populr
customs and standaro I their likiri
th social problems as a .- : what w<
du^' accepted these laws. 1
icm.
So. we find, in J tl
the Torah. VC'e find the lav !> obseri
than in nee. The -
-. tinacy, of the lev.', but in his I
thai [ewish family, or. as ir.-.- iveragc |
birth places upon hin. re triction
and man : I inch he did r.......
.:. did not have the right to bind him. C
duce his personal ture? H they his autl
I them show his
Uith such ts, in this frame of mm I, it is si
th I I ...
.....principli
he Torah.
......to t Christ
ado the B -
.. law was not an unsolicited, an ui
thrust upon him. : I upon him against his will. No! I
the lav. as did Ruth. He accepted it. He asked for it. Ii. pleaded I
it on bended G ted 'hat the manner in which the (
observes the law yet leaves much to be desired, it still CXCelh the ob-
servance by the i majorit) of [ews. It is only among i limited per-
centage of Jews that we find the Torah accepted in this day with the
same fervor and zeal that marked its wholehearted acceptance in
the past. A law needs no enforcement staff to compel! observance and
obedience by those who belies e it helpful. It will fail of lowl devotion
to it by those who consider it a hindrance, no matter it the number
ot its inforecment officers be legion.
It we are to alter this state of mind, it must be accomplished
through education. Man must be taught that laws are handed dow n for
his benefit. He must view the source as love for him. From those who
lose us we accept gilts without challenging. Wt place faith in their
bounty and goodness. In the Eleventh Century, NUir Ben Isaac N'ehorai,
wrote a poem which is recited in the synagogues on Pentecost. It opens
with these words,
Could we with ink the ocean fill,
Were every blade of grass a quill,
\\ ere the world of parchment made.
And every man a scribe by trade,
To write the love
Of God above
W ould drain that ocean dry;
Nor would the scroll
Contain the whole,
Though stretched from sky to sky!
And, this view of the law can be cultivated. It can be brought
home to ever)' man, woman, and child. We need not wince at the men-
tion of law. Only the habitual low-violator resents the presence of
Nations. It i
"\d '""'
n and rati
' i:i '" v""
ibsolutc n<
,-, ,. it we were not
.., set unborn?
, land, With whose
:jcs which do not
:, laws. When a
' ; imP"c"cal ".
means must be used
rse-stostud
ctment, that you
i
ften find annoying.
: I ,ccep, then, They
t,me,S' CVC" '"
..... to fight natural
- even ,-,r,l,cr-
. .. it, laws and come
He has studied the
We utilize the forces,
-can learn iron.
them, let u- develop
' ptabli tokens.
sre hcj in-
rabbi, ivho stated
Turn the
the maiden ol Vloab. At cepl
D it seem so to
Ah. say not M
Godold at eighty
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prlday, May 25. 1934
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Seven

Elect
BULA R
Croker
TO
Congress
And Be Sure Of Intelligent, Faithful,
Courageous And Honest Representation
SHE 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. Work to secure pensions for veterans of
all wars, their widows, orphans and depend-
ents and for the immediate payment of the Vet-
erans Adjusted Compensation Certificates as
a means of circulating money and increasing
purchasing power.
3. Work to secure such legislation as will
completely abolish child labor forever, and as
will pension the aged and widows with infant
children where they are without means of sup-
port.
4. The expansion of our inland waterways
and harbors and the creation of naval and air
bases on the East Coast of Florida as a part of
our National Defense Act.
5. Work to secure such Federal aid for
schools as is necessary to insure a full school
term for our children with adequate provision
for teachers salaries compatable with a decent
standard of living.
6. The conservation of our national re-
sources as the heritage of the people as a whole.
7. Legislation as is necessary to guarantee
to all workers the opportunity of earning a liv-
ing with sufficient wages to assure a livelihood
in keeping with the American standard, and
will protect the right of collective bargaining.
8. The passage of laws for the betterment
and benefit of agriculture, and especially to
protect the citrus and food crops produced in
Florida against the importations produced by
cheap foreign labor. The immediate payment
of Med-Fly losses.
9. The passage of laws for the betterment
of health, and the advancement of science, the
extension of good roads, and the betterment of
our transportation and distribution system.
10. The creation of a government con-
trolled corporation, through which cities em-
barrassed by debt, may qualify and invest suit-
able sinking funds, to be used conjunctively
with government credit, for the purpose of re-
funding or refinancing their burdens over a
long period of time, at low interest rates.
Croker Will Represent All The People
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 26,
19341
Tampa, Fla.
Temple Si.-tr rhood Guild 01
aral Zedek held Its annual meeting
and luncheon recently and three
new officers to serve two
named. 1 hey are Mrs. I. Z.
Ki :.'. pri Ident; Mrs.
J01 Qoldl correspom
tary; Mrs. Margaret Hammer, re-
cordii
Mrs, K1...1: who attended the tri-
tati convention in Pen.sacola, gave
her report and yearly reports ol
and committee chairmen
were heard.
Mrs. Louis Wellhou.se, president.
presldi meeting and lunch-
con. Other officers whose terms
have not expired are Mrs. Ernest
Maas and Mrs. Charles Jacobs.
mal frock ol navy crepe printed 11".
white and green with a white col-
and beruflled white sleeves.
The hostess chose a frock of yellow
eyelet embroidery. Several |
Ink refn hmi nl
served at a late hour. Abo.it 40
guests were present.
Special servl 1 In observance of
the Feast of Weeks'" or Shvuoths.
including the ceremony ol 1
mation of children of the
gogue was held Sunday morning at
10 a. m. at Schaarai Zedek Temple
Deleon St. and S. Delaware Avenue.
Rabbi David Zielonka. ollui
Mi Fannie Klrstein, of 140 West
rd. entertained re-
cently about 150 young peop <
at Villa del Rio in celebra-
tion ol the seventeenth birthday
ol her son. William A.
:n. She was assisted m the
hospitalities by Miss i_il Adelson.
To honor hei MU Flor-
ence Argintar, whose mi
Dr. Fred Lebos will be solemnized
June 3rd. Miss Rave Argintar en-
tertained Thursday evening May
17th. at their residence, 2309 Ne-
braska Mis. Max Argintar, mother
of the bride-elect and hostess, as-
sisted her daughter. The marriage
01 Miss Argintar and Dr. Lebos will
take place at the Argintar resi-
dence.
Guests for the party were invit-
ed for 8 o'clock and the hostesses
selected a pink and white color
motif. The bride wore a semi-for-
Shirley Scadron. Audrey Louisi
A Ruth Shine, and E
Zinkow, were confirmed Sundaj
morning at Temple Schaari Zedek
thej shared honors at a reception
Sunday afternoon given by their pa-
rents, Mr and Mrs, Morris Scadron.
Mr. and Mn 1 .: m I Maa: Mi
Mrs. Louis Slime, and Mr. and
Ml S. Zinkow. Gui
the young folks from 4 ti
that afternoon.
Mrs. Rose Lecort has left for her
home in Rochester. N. Y.. after
spending two seasons between Tam-
pa and St. Petersburg, visiting with
friends. She was the guest of Mr
and Mr-. M. H. Kisler over the
week-end before she left.
Mr and Mrs Arthur B Levy, ol
Savannah, Ga, are the guests ol
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman, of
Jean Ave., Qolfview. Mrs Levy Is a
sister of Mr Joe and Jerome Water-
man.
Noted Worker
Meets Death

I Pa and
:.,.,, Brim wick, Ga.,
which lie was a
| In a 'lash
HI da hti r In
panled him suffered
::; and concussion ol
erious
Relatives In Miami left for |
e 01 the accldi nl ,|av '
Elfenbein was one ol the na
active workers in Brie, I I
Talmud Torah there, and was 1
tive in the Jewish community 0J
that city, He was a .lew, ;, ;md hJ
been visiting Miami ., :v ,vimJ
for t hi pa several
GEORGE C. ESTILL
C. E till
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Mi
Ky and reared on a
farm. He has an ab di
Kentucky University and an ME
1 .: University.
He has been 111 the Utility bl
all his life and has worked 11
Nashville, Birmingham, Porl
Montgomery and New Orleans. Mi
Estiii came from New Orleans to
Miami in 1924 and has been .1
sociated with Florida Power and
Light Company evei -nice.
He has been active 111 Miami
where the General Offices of the
Power Company are located, serv-
ing as chairman of the Commun-
,.. chesi Drive Director ol the
imber of Commerce, and
e in the Miami
>v it.- presi-
In July.
j. 1 [in |S a member ol the
ind club, and
and hunt-
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j Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c
j Sunday and Monday,
[May 27-28
: ( I.At 111 I II. ( OLBERT
A.s a result ol the nice: |
Voters League at the home ol mJ
h. H. Fan- last Thursday, commit!
were appointed to canvassed
precinct In Dade County in the in
tcrests of bringing out a large vot]
Another meeting of the officers J
be held next week, at which tin
it is expected that candid
be indorsed.
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Willis W. Hall
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Candidate for
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prid ;,, May 25, 1934 Political Briefs iContinued from page i > |K wa8 guccessfuJ in tinbuilding U1( i ,, state business. He is one e trustees for school districl I %  i will represent the best Interchools, pupils, teachers, .I taxpayers in accordance iith my best Judgment," Mr. smith aid. "1 believe thai teachers should '•' selected on tin' basis ol alone it we arc to have dards in our schools." Ml Smith is 39, married and has uv0 children, both .students al i.cnii Junior high .school. i! 32nd degree Mason and a u i Ian. TIIK JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five through the proper control of its a F revenues and In a square deal for election '';';" 1 ; "" l b '" reIn 1907. from the University of tton of "the man who calculates his the teachers and for the taxpayer c •,-,„ V ^tolature hom Colorado Law Sehol in 1913; was !" P 2. h waging an active camelected County solicitor of Dado ZZZJL" paign based on his %  %  — %  antl shelter. income In terms of food, clothing P. Perry, attorney, is a t( for the .school hoard in ; e He is a native Floridian and received his elementary and education In Florida He was graduated from colv. University ol Florida, in Imitted to the bar the same Hart A. Hiiey. „ %  },„ is „ candidate ""' county solicitor, Is we u klllJU11 '" the BeW ol law in Miami Dade county. He was born in Brooklyn ular "d one special term. He cham!" \ Lionel the cause of Dade County 1 Bl1 "mes, and is probably one of October .o. .880. and attended the !,','" T *'""" ''"'" i """ 1 ::lsl! or Public school and Commerce H g h Lineaui "? '" ""^ Robineau Is a world war ( having served In the French Foreign Legion and m the American record ol County in 1916: re-elected in 1920, ~ Vemenl "' "'' Legislature defeated in 1924, he was elected served for two regagain In 1828. On his failure to receive the appointment from Governor Doyle E. Carlton, was reelected again in 1930. Took office In 1931. Classified School and Boys' High School m that city. Mr. Riley was admitted to the Florida bar on January Hi. 1914 and established his permanent residence in Miami. For a time he contlnued to act as court reporter, and at various times Berved as acting tate attorney. In 1914 and again 111 1917 he was connected with the law office of H. F. Atkinson and the late R. F, Burdine. He was In partnership with R, B, Oautier from 1918 to 1820 under the firm name oi Oautier & Riley and m 1920 induced Judge Worth W Trammel] to .cane to Miami and army with distinction. He lerved as City attorney ol Miami from 1818 '" 1921. He Is B member ol the Board 01 Regents ol the University "i Miami and one ol the ablest law' the Bar, At all times he has never hesitated to fight the cause His record shows that during the past year he has secured 710 convictions. 95 acquittal.and 45 new cases were nolle prosequed He hadevoted his entile time to the duties of the office to the exclusion Of private practice. His assistants are Jack Kehoe. Wayne Allen and Ernest E. Roberts. Three of the ablest and most courteous attorneys BUILDING SUPPLIES For Your LUMBER Requirements Also Rooting and Asphalt. Call IEFFREY UMBER YARDS, INC. "Quick Service." 2047 N. Miami Ave. Phone 33658 Mil.I.WORK "' *e people and to refuse to be l>n ""'""' >*"<' the Dade County 22 ''' ''' Bar. In a statement. Mr. Pine said: dominated by selfish political i His fight for the lai n 1 counties showed the ability and mettle of Robineau MlllWOrk, Screen Windows and Spindle Doors; Cabinet Work. LEE NOVELTY WORKS Phone 2-7469 J C Willis, school trustee ol district tWO, Is a candidate lor mema been engaged in the name ol Riley & Trammell, later practice ol law In the stale opening an office ol his own. ,ial courts since coming toj He has now associated with him Mr. J. Aaron Alboll, prominent :. 1823. He served with the division of the United Navy throughout the war. Mr. Mason and Shriner. memHarvel W. Seeds Post. Amer%  !.: the Forty and Eight ind ol the Veterans of ForeHe expresses himself as 1 1 ted In raising the edi tandards oi the public li m, adoption ol a system %  .me school ia\ funds practlce h "' %  %  "" (l "'""' nrm be,ol the board of public Instruction, for the place held by w. n Combs, sr. Mr. Willis is basing his campaign upon a program to improve the Jewish attorney and worker () i thU city, who is taking an active part m the campaign in Mr. Riley's behalf. Reduction ol fire Insuranci Is the principal plank in the platform ol Hans Cordon. attOl : I who qualified with the county corncandidate for the office ol tate repre entativi roup I. Othi r plat 101 in plank.announced by Gordon are the workmen's comI ition bill, pcrmancnl n r Dade comity, and a road 1 nine ol the tax %  hat a portion ol I in lunds now used for road construction may go to .schools; and 11 duction ol the gasoline tax. He Is married and ha two chil1 11 He came to Miami In 1820 and has practiced law here since 1823 He has been active In local circles having been vice president ol Beth David Synagogue, and director and officer In numerous Jewish organizations. o school system of the county. As a trustee he has assisted with and sponsored various methods. such a.s that oi employing cadet teachers. He is vice president of the Dade County school Trustees Association, which devotes Its time to school probl Mr. Willis I: a native ol Alabama and has resided in Miami Ince 1919 "it Is my endeavor al all tune. to prosecute real criminals and not to persecute good citizens for minor and harmless Infractions ol the law. it is my endeavor also to conduct the office al a minimum ol expense. The rich, the poor, the the low. the black and the white receive the same due consideration, the prompt and Just action 111 all matters pertaining to my official duties." ROOFING BOBBINS ROOKING A SHEET METAL WORKS Re ponsible R ince 1819. Inspections and Estimates Free 222 N.W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 WINDOW SHADES C 1 Wheat candidate tor reelection as Dade county purchasing Idacy upon plendid record in office. Dur. %  administration he ha earned on a very extensh e fight foi continuation ol that office and he asks the VOte and support ol the people in the coming primarie He adds that every promise made ii, 1 he pe< been earned out. This is especially true regarding th equal distribution of the country's business in the matter ol purchases. VOTE FOR JOHN J. LINDSEY Candidate for STATE LEGISLATURE Group Two '' %  al Political Adv. + Bl \l> YOUR LAUNDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE Laundry %  JOY II. TURNER, Prop. 1 .".' ?; W 6,h Sl %  l'l""> J-S654 I "I CALL FOR AND DELIVER + Camp Wohelo j For Qirls Ideal Vacation Spot For Your Daughter I Bertha Berkowiteh Levy j Owner and Director Mrs. J. N. Morris '781 S. W. 18th St. MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE information Phone 2-1581 MRS. J. C. BROWN And a NEW DEAL in LEGISLATIVE MATTERS If elected will render intelligent and constructive service to the people of Dade County and the stale oi Florida Candidate In Group One for State Li glslature (Paid Political Advertisement' On the platform of "a pi -local school man for the schooi board" Willis W. Hall is seeking election to the School Board Ol Dade County from the 3rd district which lies south of the Tamiami Trail. He has been a resident ol Miami since 1902. was the first principal of Miami High School; is a member of Riverside Baptist church, ol the Miami Advertising Club and was a member Miami Realty Board. 1920-1930. Mis professional experience Includes service as Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Abbeville. Ga.: City Superintendent of Schools. Florence, Ala President, state Agricultural School. Evergreen, Ala.. and Vice-president and Dean. Cotter College. Hartsville, s. c. Campaigning vigorously, John J. Lind.sey. prominent local attorney l. speaking at numerous meetii throughout the county and di 1 u Ing the issues ol the campaign. He is a candidate for the State Legislature 111 Croup 2. Lihdscy I native of Choctaw, Miss., took his law degree In the Chattai lege of Law in 1912, and enter d the practice ol law in Ti 1913. He came to Miami in 19 was admitted to the Floi 1927. He 1 a Ma on c member of the Temple Baptist church. He promised to supporl all sound measures to better the conthVOTE I OR MIAMI WINDOW SHADE CO. "For Shades" 174 N.E. 40th St. Phone 2-8665 GARAGES ROLLINS A BOGGS Specializing In General Motor tirs, Wheel Al ake 1 Ining, E 146 N.W. 5th St. Phone 2-2447 BART. A. RILEY for COUNTS SOLICITOR The Kind <>f Administration Yon Want: 1 Paid Political Advertisement' HARRY GORDON To The LEGISLATURE in GROl'P 1 He Stands For: 1. Adequate provision for Schools. 2. Workmen's Compensation Act. 3. Keep insurance money in Florida, and reduce rales by regulation. 4. Reduction of gasoline tax 'Paid Political Advertisement 1 Fred Pine. Candidate lor renomination for the office of County Solicitor ol Dade County. Florida was born in Sanlord. Florida. August 16th. 1890. He has lived In Dade County for thirty-eight years; graduated from Miami High School o ; O ELEC1 Robert W. SMITH TO DADE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District :i SOI III OF TAMIAMI TRAIL iPaid Political Advertisement 1 For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. TOM'S FISH MART OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST ^ Our Fish are the freshest — Caught hv our own boats daily If it is Sea Eood, 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. ••+ O. -0 O, 17 nria of nd %



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prlday, May 25. 1934 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Seven Elect BULA R Croker TO Congress And Be Sure Of Intelligent, Faithful, Courageous And Honest Representation SHE 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. Work to secure pensions for veterans of all wars, their widows, orphans and dependents and for the immediate payment of the Veterans Adjusted Compensation Certificates as a means of circulating money and increasing purchasing power. 3. Work to secure such legislation as will completely abolish child labor forever, and as will pension the aged and widows with infant children where they are without means of support. 4. The expansion of our inland waterways and harbors and the creation of naval and air bases on the East Coast of Florida as a part of our National Defense Act. 5. Work to secure such Federal aid for schools as is necessary to insure a full school term for our children with adequate provision for teachers salaries compatable with a decent standard of living. 6. The conservation of our national resources as the heritage of the people as a whole. 7. Legislation as is necessary to guarantee to all workers the opportunity of earning a living with sufficient wages to assure a livelihood in keeping with the American standard, and will protect the right of collective bargaining. 8. The passage of laws for the betterment and benefit of agriculture, and especially to protect the citrus and food crops produced in Florida against the importations produced by cheap foreign labor. The immediate payment of Med-Fly losses. 9. The passage of laws for the betterment of health, and the advancement of science, the extension of good roads, and the betterment of our transportation and distribution system. 10. The creation of a government controlled corporation, through which cities embarrassed by debt, may qualify and invest suitable sinking funds, to be used conjunctively with government credit, for the purpose of refunding or refinancing their burdens over a long period of time, at low interest rates. Croker Will Represent All The People (Paid Political Advertisement) • %  f aria of 11.1



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4 %  I %  IHE JEWISH FLORIDIAN F tla V May 25. 1934 *< %  **+ &f&f&f **++****** %  >** %  /•>•>*•> •:--:••:-•>->-:-•:•-:--:--: %  %  :•-.--: %  %  >•>++ %  + + + + Voi KaMn ^ynagug Sullrtut %  ACH1 i • %  • :' I\ -f VDA1 MAI : ISM WtvMWvvvvv-H-vvvv/vv'i-vvvvvvvvvv-: N "Giving Hut Sot Receiving?' RcrfptWC reading Exodaa, Chapter XIX. \rv. 1 1 11 the first day of Sr II %  ... ... igricultural fi .... : first ripened fruitt to i ii st. f of i Mount S %  Find i b... Sh'vuoi n for the reading of the 1 c. chat • %  hear the Moabii Naomi, "Intreat me not 1 ..... hal I be m y I rhe ..-.>.•-.:.-• -'. %  : J.-. • case of the f the law. Thai : l er dui secret of I • tided d n t the 1 ... Torah ..-.%  ...-.._• i : I signed for under | to bi their VC'e have hid a similiwai passed, in a morr i. a law to • forced upon i tor ::.•...own good, as rr.. suit. Th id froi the bool Eighteenth A fi 8 for It had their I it was i body i to the law. Sii moralii I ial cusi bj those wh hand, we have a per< the populr customs and standaro I their likiri th social problems as a .: what w< du^' accepted these laws. 1 icm. So. we find, in J tl the Torah. VC'e find the lav !> obseri than in nee. The -. tinacy, of the lev.', but in his I thai [ewish family, or. as ir.-.iveragc | • birth places upon hin. re triction and man : I inch he did r. %  .:. did not have the right to bind him. C duce his personal ture? H they his autl I • them show his Uith such ts, in this frame of mm I, it is si th I I ... principli %  he Torah. to t • Christ ado the B .. law was not an unsolicited, an ui thrust upon him. : I upon him against his will. No! I the lav. as did Ruth. He accepted it. He asked for it. Ii. pleaded I it on bended G ted 'hat the manner in which the ( observes the law yet leaves much to be desired, it still CXCelh the observance by the i majorit) of [ews. It is only among i limited percentage of Jews that we find the Torah accepted in this day with the same fervor and zeal that marked its wholehearted acceptance in the past. A law needs no enforcement staff to compel! observance and obedience by those who belies e it helpful. It will fail of lowl devotion to it by those who consider it a hindrance, no matter it the number ot its inforecment officers be legion. It we are to alter this state of mind, it must be accomplished through education. Man must be taught that laws are handed dow n for his benefit. He must view the source as love for him. From those who lose us we accept gilts without challenging. Wt place faith in their bounty and goodness. In the Eleventh Century, NUir Ben Isaac N'ehorai, wrote a poem which is recited in the synagogues on Pentecost. It opens with these words, Could we with ink the ocean fill, Were every blade of grass a quill, \\ ere the world of parchment made. And every man a scribe by trade, To write the love Of God above W ould drain that ocean dry; Nor would the scroll Contain the whole, Though stretched from sky to sky! And, this view of the law can be cultivated. It can be brought home to ever)' man, woman, and child. We need not wince at the mention of law. Only the habitual low-violator resents the presence of Nations. It i • "\ d '""' n and rati i:i '" v "" ibsolutc n< ,-, ,. it we were not .., set unborn? land, With whose : jcs which do not :, laws. When a •' ; im P" c cal •". m eans must be used •rse-stostud ctment, that you i ften find annoying. : I ,ccep, then, They • t,me S CVC '" %  to fight natural even ,r,l,cr .. it, laws and come He has studied the We utilize the forces, -can learn iron. them, let udevelop ptabli tokens. sre hcj in%  %  rabbi, ivho stated Turn the the maiden ol Vloab. At cepl D %  • it seem so to Ah. say not M God—old at eighty OLD HEIDELBERjG BEER GARDEN DINNER :. too old; • LINEN SLITS % % %  %  II H .:. PROPERLY LAUNDERED "Bundles of Satisfaction" Bi It more Laundry to your FRIENDS Wfe and RELATIVES ^ in us TORCSIN PRICES COMPARE FAVORABLY WITH THOSE IN THE UNITED STATES THEDO UA! BUYS NOW MORE THAN EVER RUSSIA TORGSIN STORES carry on extensive line of high quality suits, dresses, coats, shoes; cot ton, silk and woolen goods, im ported and domestic Also food stuffs, household utensils soaps tobaccos, sweets and countless I TL 0 ;':' 105 con bc obtained f J0 R GS ^ by your relatives S!N Y O^.R ND !" EM A TORG GIFT SUGGESTIONS: ^ en ,' s sh es 3.70 Rbl. M en s suits 7 50 Womens -hoes 3 75 Woman s suits /.30 •• ;Childrens shoes 1 80 Children s sweaters. .60 Kop. -offee '2 I 5 Lb. 1 150 Flour i2l 5 Lb.' 06 Sugor <2 1 5 Lb i 22 Rbl. Kop I •'MMIM„ u v A •tnro. ?KI Fiiihtvt.N.r FOR ORDERS on TORGSIN see your local bonk or authorized agent La : :..-..• as 1 %  '•' Partial n their Ire '. Dade Abstract Title] Company •The Oldest and Most Complete Title Plant in Dado County GRAY GRIFFITH. Mrr. 37 N. E. First Street Phone 2-' leclricily IS YOU It CHEAPEST SERVANT. Use it! SOMPUS* HOMES FOR SALE or RENT In All Sections of 'Miami PRICED REASON \HI.Y Dade County Security ( %  •>. 11* \. F. First A venae I Soy Bean Bread \ and nlhrr *ciirtnM< brtadl GOOD HEALTH BAKING ; COMPANY. INI 2i5 W. Flaelw Bt 1 %  14(11 Washington Avenue, M. rtj The "(•"(J H ah 1 Dr. Chas. Beckwitl OPTOMETRIST "Zi years in Miami" j j Correctly prescribed and aw*' j ately fitted glasses over a p*" 0 of more than U ><•"• IcABEFCt ATTENTION T COSMETIC VALVES. STTI* I + AND TYI'l S 36 N. E. FIRST AVEW _-( White Oak Leather I Half Soles 50c| LADIES HEELS ,5t I ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP I 240 N. E. F.m A. OpiiCwi"""'!



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.. 1 Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 26, 19341 Tampa, Fla. Temple Si.-tr rhood Guild 01 aral Zedek held Its annual meeting and luncheon recently and three new officers to serve two named. 1 hey are Mrs. I. Z. Ki • :.' %  %  pri Ident; Mrs. J01 Qoldl correspom tary; Mrs. Margaret Hammer, recordii Mrs, K1...1: who attended the tritati convention in Pen.sacola, gave her report and yearly reports ol and committee chairmen were heard. Mrs. Louis Wellhou.se, president. presldi meeting and lunchcon. Other officers whose terms have not expired are Mrs. Ernest Maas and Mrs. Charles Jacobs. mal frock ol navy crepe printed 11". white and green with a white coland beruflled white sleeves. The hostess chose a frock of yellow eyelet embroidery. Several | Ink refn hmi nl served at a late hour. Abo.it 40 guests were present. Special servl 1 In observance of the Feast of Weeks'" or Shvuoths. including the ceremony ol 1 mation of children of the gogue was held Sunday morning at 10 a. m. at Schaarai Zedek Temple Deleon St. and S. Delaware Avenue. Rabbi David Zielonka. ollui Mi Fannie Klrstein, of 140 West rd. entertained recently about 150 young peop < at Villa del Rio in celebration ol the seventeenth birthday ol her son. William A. :n. She was assisted m the hospitalities by Miss i_il Adelson. To honor hei MU Florence Argintar, whose mi Dr. Fred Lebos will be solemnized June 3rd. Miss Rave Argintar entertained Thursday evening May 17th. at their residence, 2309 Nebraska Mis. Max Argintar, mother of the bride-elect and hostess, assisted her daughter. The marriage 01 Miss Argintar and Dr. Lebos will take place at the Argintar residence. Guests for the party were invited for 8 o'clock and the hostesses selected a pink and white color motif. The bride wore a semi-forShirley Scadron. Audrey Louisi A Ruth Shine, and E Zinkow, were confirmed Sundaj morning at Temple Schaari Zedek thej shared honors at a reception Sunday afternoon given by their parents, Mr and Mrs, Morris Scadron. Mr. and Mn 1 %  .: m I Maa: Mi Mrs. Louis Slime, and Mr. and Ml S. Zinkow. Gui the young folks from 4 ti that afternoon. Mrs. Rose Lecort has left for her home in Rochester. N. Y.. after spending two seasons between Tampa and St. Petersburg, visiting with friends. She was the guest of Mr and Mr-. M. H. Kisler over the week-end before she left. Mr and Mrs Arthur B Levy, ol Savannah, Ga, are the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waterman, of Jean Ave., Qolfview. Mrs Levy Is a sister of Mr Joe and Jerome Waterman. Noted Worker Meets Death %  I Pa and %  :.,.,, Brim wick, Ga., which lie was a | In a 'lash HI da hti r In panled him suffered ::; and concussion ol erious Relatives In Miami left f or | e 01 the accldi nl ,| av Elfenbein was one ol the n a active workers in Brie, I I Talmud Torah there, and was 1 tive in the Jewish community 0 J that city, He was a .lew, ;, ;md h J been visiting Miami •., :v vim J for t hi pa %  several %  GEORGE C. ESTILL C. E till \ ':' I the Be Ida P %  ei er and Light Ci Mi Ky and reared on a farm. He has an AB di Kentucky University and an ME 1 .: University. He has been 111 the Utility bl all his life and has worked 11 Nashville, Birmingham, Porl Montgomery and New Orleans. Mi Estiii came from New Orleans to Miami in 1924 and has been .1 sociated with Florida Power and Light Company evei -nice. He has been active 111 Miami where the General Offices of the Power Company are located, serving as chairman of the Commun,.. chesi Drive Director ol the imber of Commerce, and e in the Miami >v it.presiIn July. • j. 1 [in | S a member ol the ind club, and and huntre%  I !' %  and the Wi Mi 1 1 Cl ilrman ol tin Activitic I : tilulla 20i c hildren 10c Hoi (HIV. '•iVciOMt! opens 6 30 p.m. Sunday j Phone 2-6551 Evenings 20c j Sunday and Monday, [May 27-28— : ( I.At 111 I II. ( OLBERT A.s a result ol the nice: | Voters League at the home ol MJ H. H. Fanlast Thursday, commit! were appointed to canvassed precinct In Dade County in the in tcrests of bringing out a large vot] Another meeting of the officers J be held next week, at which tin it is expected that candid be indorsed. VOTE FOR Itl( \K1>(> CORTEZ 'Torch Singer' Willis W. Hall Teacher and Business Man Candidate for BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District 3 From the Trail South iPaid Political Adverti •* O. 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I, May 25. 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three TIIK JEWISH I lOUIDIAN II Ill.lSllin RVBRV FRiniV b) the %  FLOR1DIAN PI III.ISIMM. CO, p. II. B.n 2STJ Afj.,,,,1. Florida Phone 2-1183 I KDITI'HIAI. OFFICES I v w I.'.ih A%rnue Phone 2-1183 I UMTS BHOCHET. Editor fi D K. BHOCHBT. Circulation Manaxtr t\:.T()R BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative wcund class matter July 4. C, %  [he Iv.t Office at Miami. Florida, 1, ,. \,t of March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH SAMUEL 8CHUTZEB Representative ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA. PLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative .-( HSt KIPTIO.N Months War tl.M 12. It Vol. 7—No. 21 FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1934 %  he University Sees Through cr ha the German tragedy would ni'r or later on the developthe Hebrew University in m was inevitable. The mImmlgration of Germanrefugees, among them many students and prole., bound to place new demands Hebrew University RealizDr. Judah L. Magnes, the Chancellor of the Univerunciertaken to interest new Bids in the University. It Is I I ped that Dr. Magne.s will niceess in the United States he will be able to mobilize to expand the present tlvities of the Unr. that David Weil, a ::: the Paris branch Freres, known throughout a patron of the arts, has ic bulk ot a fund to erect club-house on Mount It :.planned to civ I a containing sitting rooms. efe torii etc.. to ac400 students The site n %  .' as donated by Herbert Bentwich, father : Bt ntwich, former Attor.tl of Pale-tine and now r of International Law and the University. Simultanth I his announcement comes that anonymous donors reated a trust fund of $200.be used over a period ol ten the establishment and itenance of a department at University for research into the 1 and cure of cancer. Several man-Jewish refugees of scien' standing will be engaged to Professor Ludwig Halberdter, who will head this departIt is good news that the ii'ls of the Hebrew University 1 onscious of the duties which Jve upon the institution on Mt. i at this pregnant time. fin *n ( lers, whi se pen mal funds and families are Invi Ived in Germany, have been responsible : lack ol a, lion on the pan of the United States Government in pro: agalnsl Na -, pi • cut ions. An even more disturbin countrj i: a group of Jewish bankers in Europe, possibly with the knov and approval of Americans, have proposed to advance large a Hitler Germany if certain r< trietions against Jews could be eased. Undoubtedly these bankerare acting with the best of motives. But they completely misunderstand the background of German anti-Semitism and the temper of the Jewish people. The violent forces which have been stimulated by Adolf Hitler and his murderous gang cannot be stopped with millions of marks. The passions that have been aroused are tokens of a bestiality thai not be tamed, but that must be exterminated. The hatreds created li the Reich will continue as long as Adolf Hitler is the symbol of the German Government A new Government with a totally new conception of stal Ip would be able to re-educate the German masse.-. Bui to give money to Hitler is to provide fuel for a i gration that will consume the Jew, ish people Jews have been eying the boycott bet Germany's masses to re %  their leadt: li idi f %  ho. instead of giving them a new life hem of quick death. If : Hitler's finances should be strengl ened, there would be no stopping Nazis. Let Jewish bankerbeware of displaying their outmoded and degenerate forms of pi thropy. A Reply week there appeared ::. issue an editorial on Shirt' movement whl 3hin Unwantt Wi urged lea-, i wai veteran • • mot • tains, having received information to the effect that some of their member joining. We are in receipt of a com%  •tion frcm The Jewish War Veterans of the United States, founded in 1894. signed by E H Burman. national commander. This article is absolutely unjustified and contrary to fact. The Jewish Veterans have no connection with the Blue Shirts, and no Jewish War Veteran is permitted to belong to the Blue Shirts.'' We are happy that this is the fact. It merely strengthens our position. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks U Jewish Bankers fware \ Intrusion .of Jewish bankers ( t erman Jewish situation been very helpful, partially considering the inflamed state |public opinion with regard to ailed moneyed classes. I or wrongly, the Jewish ol America believe that a interested American Jewl h Even to the superficial ob of current ever. this country it ibecoming more and more ent ti: %  '.: Franklin D. Roosevelt Is not merely the wife of a great leader but his effl tl able a She has dor.than any other Firs! Ladv ol to establ:. h virtually hundrds of i r.d of citizens. Her charm and d shed a new light on the Exei Offici ": ':.' White House and bring the people of this country closer to the Presidential office than ever before, The other day Mrs Roosi velt addressed a of Negro educators and once more emphasized 'he liberal attitude of i the Presidential couple toward inter-racial relationship Said Mrs. Roosevelt: "The day of really working together has come. We must learn to work together regard, race, creed or color We can have no group beaten down, underprivileged, without reaction on the rest. We must wipe out Intoleranci and the belief that any one group can go forward alone." Coi tatemenl with the recenl pronunciamento ol Herr Ooebbels, win, expressed his Indignation a! tin impudence ol the German Jew roi behaving as it they were entitled to equal rights in their fatherland Herr Hitler has often referred to the treatment of the Negroe In thli country as a justification for thi inhuman anti-Jewish poli'Y ol Hit Nazi We wonder II anyone ol thli country will have the Idea to i the lull texl ol Mi. '•'"" eve,t '' speech to Herr Hitler, He need guidance In the reading matter selection ol in Readers of thi.-, journal are invited to send in questions regarding the Protestant. Catholic or Ji stions may touch upon any aspect of these far.l-.Qui will be answered in thi.column as pron. possible and should be addre.-.-.-d to this journal or to the National Conference c: Jews and Chrl : :.289 Fourth Avenue. New York City. Q Is it narrow-minded for Cath:o refuse participation in th" es of othei A. The Catholic believes thai not narrow-minded to refuse to par•formally in a servio : deny what a Catholic be; : Cam • .'. a Catholic be!ie\e;—and he does—that Ci... is God. then it ~. sit ion that he should not belief by • formal part in a Bio because the Catholic believes Chri bed an organization with authority to teach in His name. the Catholic ; not denj vice of an organ:. thai Chrisi no such author: Ince a Catholl %  [ed bread and Bliod. he believes he should not enl tha %  ie Catholic avers it ii row-mir.dedr.es.-. but Christ, that dictates his attitud* tward ba-ed on a of what he believes Christ ta Q. Are Jews rad:.. A. It is unfair to generalize n:ar.y do, and declare that all Jews are radicals. It would be jusl unfair to say that all non-Je radicals and equally as untrue There are JewL-h capitalis a large Jewish bourgeoise. and o a large group o: ish radicals. It must never be forgotten that the masses of J people are poor. The myth of Jewish wealth is completely exploded if one knows the economic status of Jews, and it is because so many millions of the Jewish people have been living in poverty and misery and under oppression, even today. that many Jews feel that their salvatlon i with the spread of liberal doctrines in the economic order. t^. Have Protestants all talned doctrine of the separation of church and state? A. In some of the early colonies some form of Protestantism was the established religion, and in some of iti ri Ugl of various kinds were applied to cand for office These were grad THE MINORITIES C.errrmn Jew Sue-, Lloyds for Nazi AND INTOLERANCE Confiscation of Fortune By HAROLD RIEGELMAN article Is e ol an address del. a dinner of Zeta Beta Tau on Mav 12th. '•'•' an living In confusing time-. There is confusion in the field of economy where tested method replaced by programs which are admittedly experimental. There is confusion in the field of government where accepted formulae of democracy are stretched to met; the demands of new and concepts. There is confusion in the field of sociolo-. human relationships are experiencing revoluns the end of which none can foresee. And in the field of the sure facts ol terday become the uncertainties o: today a: fallacies of tomorrow. It need not seem strange tl world in bewildered s:arr.p*-d-. %  not provoke the world to boyMi 'OC-. GT:.. ntin u tl •: Id %  ....:pokesmen foi ... :.v :...:. I Dr H.'alrr.ar Schacht p: the P.•:.': %  RADIO SYNAGOG Rabbi S M Machtel : director I the Radl over rad. tati :. WIOD a: %  : SuJ ::..:._ : %  Uon to tl :. iptUTt : ..: y.r.i : %  box. I poor %  • • .. intan from whon :o borrow mo:.:. who iconscious that the members c: mm u rd hiqualitii : of the qualities Of thi roup of which he Is one His .:TI to the welfare of his community exerr.; the pf>-•:. %  ..•.! value of his kind to the community. His business or pi sional methods are regarded by his community as typical. His conduct in his social and political relatior..are treated as typical His attitude towards his employees or his employer is accepted as typical. If he Is straight, considerate and decent K respects he sets up a powerful resistance against the for intolerance. His way of living requires self-discipline, restrainsome knowledge of life and of the frailties of human nature. It requires an acceptance of icwith the minority It n readiness to shoulder a burden of proof which may seem unjust, but which will continue to exist as there are identifiable minorities in any community. If the way of that man's living is adopted by a sufficient number of his fel understanding, respect and tion will erect barriers not easily overcome by the apostles of discord •V nria of nd 7



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Frith,; M dtthe WEST PALM BEACH "Tugboat Annie" and "Rfjputln" form tiic latest cinema team, Marie Dressier and Lionel Barrymore, togethi r come nexl Sunday and Mi ndaj to the Tivoli Theatre in "Her Sweetheart" (Christopher Beam, which marks their first appearance as co-stars. Tii new picture, a vivid drama based on the famous New York stage hit, 'Tlic Late Christopher enl bol li stars in character unlike any they have ever Miss iIressler enacts Abby, %  %  i: %  Bai ; the kindly i intr; nder 1 : B -OH'.' In the grippii [New En land I on I I -talk[l i i :. ol Parl Ion, Schuyler Lee yon ol Mr. and Mrs, Harry A. Lee. and Martin Gold son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold. "Bar MHzvah" buys were confirmed last Sunday morning during the very Impressive Shvuoth and conflrn services at Beth Israel Temple. Dr Carl N. Herman officiated, Boiii conflrmants addressed the membi i ol iin congregation and their many friends who filled the Synagogue to capacity, Schuyler spoke on "Judaism and the past," and Martin on "Judaism and the future.' The Rabbi then pronounced the ngs. Confirmation certificate and prayer book.as gifts from tin Sisterhood were presented them bj Mrs, Harry Halpein president Ol iterhood, During i he si Mathildda Gordon daughter and Mrs, Alexander Gordon, and Herbert Herman were grad from Bcih Israel Hebrew Higl school and were presented with diplomas by Mr. Cy Argintar pn ldent ol the congregation. Tinwa followed by Dr, Herman's si rmon i n The strength i>i our religion." Mi and Mrs. Harry Halpern member 01 tin choir rendered several on the musical program during the services, The Temple wai beautifully decorated for the vice with palm., and flowers the entire assembly wi re the gue I 11 Mr, and Mn i II d Mr. and Mrs. Cold al a i in Schwartzberg Hall Six Ji h enlors in Wi I Pi la Wi di nl i .: %  A'a i i man H< i bi i Ki i man Hai and Herbei I Ma; "I'm tired ol playing goody-goody lull's." Wide-eyed Claudette Colbert la author of thai remark. And now, ifter playing Poppaea, Rome's wickedest woman" in 'Sign of the • her wish again. lunior High i ommi n< %  n lay mornin Joel Schutzer, wa i he onlj Ji .Junior High student to Selma Schloss, Ro alj n < h tun i Doroth} Dubbin and Pearl Gold received merit awardDr, Carl :.' Herman delivered the commencement addn urging their quallfi' the voters as I .: W II HI sherifl by Court app B Ihi :: %  ;: had I H : i i fri in th Wilson v the offici : Shi nfl ing w : •: I Wi • Pi Im BJ a h Hi Ity and servi II Pai kwood who 1928 undei son. B sherifl iv. until I time resideni tj Hi frlei his kn mn. [ice. He I %  pie." Asking t < C. C. ANDERSON 1 or C0UIlt\ (lommissioner Dlslrli i No Demoi ralii Pi imai v June 5th l'our Vote and Support \|i|in i lated Paid Politl The supper served by Beth Israel Slsti rhood Thursday night al Schwartzberg Hall ired bj many and netted a neat sum lor the Temple fund. Mrs. Maurice Dlckson entertained ,i number ol friends al her home last Sunday evening. Beth Israel will hold its annual Sunday school picnic on Sunday May 27th, at Dubols' Fishing camp at Jupiter when Sunday school prizes Will be awarded. Tins time It's the role ol notorious Minn Benton, cabaret and radio queen In "Ton h Singer," the Paramount picture which plays next Sunday and Monday at tin7th Avenue Theatre Here, once more. Mis.-. Colbert hafire and ih plays it audaciously. Men call her the v.or.-t unman in (own. a brazen creature who take everything life oilers men. mi love. Congregation Beth El held a verj important meeting Wednesday nighl at the synagogue where action on plans for the future of the congregation was taken. A number oi new members were imii,iiid Into the local Bnai Brith lodge at the meeting held last Monday night. Candidates for the local are waging an active campaign and "• '#,?' -• mSlw. m\> A Am > Am J. Louie Carter Foi Clerk of Criminal Court of PALM BEACH COUNT1 Your Vote and Support Will l'„ Appreciated 'Paid for bj 1 : II. T. HOLLOW AY For s 111; i< i v F PAI.M BEACH COUNTY OF THE PEOPLE—FOR THE PEOPLE Your Vote Will Be Appreciated i Paid Political Advertl ... mm | .oner oi Dismunal work of that city. He %  c Anderson the vlved by his wife, one chl ol the Board ol and brothers. ners He Is ask. thi basis of his Seeking the nomination of the Criminal Court Beach County is j. i.„ ul ^ M ,,..... A Lei received th native of Palm Beach county J ,, ,,„. ,,,,„), 0 i her member of one ol „ )/: „,,,,.,,: Baron al Boston. Hies. Carter Is 29 years old month ago, Mr. Bai college training, n, practlc||( i prominent stockpenence. his friend ,.., ,,., forty-five as to make him a particularly„ ,.,,. m the comI able man for the office. i %  %  %  % %  l i \oi R VOTE FOR Frank H. Packwood CANDIDATE FOR SIIERI F F PALM BEACH COUNT* Subject t Democratic Primary June 5 WILL BE APPRECIATED Paid Political Advertisement) von: FOR Your Friend SIIERI F F W. H, (Hi) Lawrence IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY To Succeed I limsell 11'i tears faithful service as a l.iu enforcement officer Palm Beach ( ounl\ mill VOTI IND SI PPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED litical Ad VINCEN1 OAKSMITH For SHERIFF OF PALM BEACH COCXTI A resident B County foi nearly tlvi m Civic and publll Offering an administration or. business-like basis and mon-sense policy. Subject to'Democratic primary June Si YOlIt VOTE WILL B£ APPRECIATED Paid Political AdvertisemeW NV ^~. • "v^-; ;-v/^v TVj~ds~^*#^z r^v rv*^' For Intelligent-Faithi and Courageous Representation You must elect BULA E. CROKER For Congress -Mi District Florida '* v •_>*v^Pald Political Ad '*v^i_ J, l*/M*Z zs***u*



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wJewisli Tllaridliia in i— No. M 1 I.OR1D.VS ONLY JEWISH W EEKLY MIAMI. PLORIDA, FRIDAV! MAY ?.:,, m* teri leaves S100.000 To Four liuish Institutions york The Jewish TheoliglI thi MOntefiore Hos|i i i deration for the SupJewish Philanthropic Soil the Jewish Education n each receive 125,000 te ni the late Israel ^B 1 president of the Jewish Association. Mr. Unteri ill expressed the wish that :. continue to follow and observances of iv religion and to observe Its rites and customs, lish Part; Attacks Jewish Youths Organized dcicn.se by umbers of Jewish labor el ni the B'rith Chail, a 11 ion of the Zioni.st Reprevented a series of atthe recently organized %  itlonal Radical Pai and Czenstochowa umlng serious pogrom proMembers of the National ..'lacked a group of young timing from a Lag B'omer 11 and seriously injured il them. A number ol antialso suffered hurts. Thir:: including several Jews, led. Local officials prom%  action against the riol Junior Council Will Install The Junior Council ol Jewish Women will install its newly elected officers at a dinner on May 29th at the -Miami Colonial Hotel. Officers lo be installed are Ida Wen; ti In pr< Ident, Bernice Loeb and Ida vice presidents, Mar & i thai recording secretary, Margie Predlnger corresponding secretary and Betty Oreenberg treasurer. The program will Include a speaker, music by Mildred Oreenberg and vocal selections by Mrs. Ralph Folwell. in charge ol arrangements Is a committee consisting ol Mrs. j. Wernikoff. Miss Gertrude Rappaport, Miss Lillian Wucher, Miss Miriam Scheinberg and Mi Gertrude Neham. Beth David To Confirm Pupils (djan Becomes Autonomous Jewish Region t> Birobidjan, a territory 'i square mile in officially became imous Jewish region en." representative in the : Nationalities .< a proclamation by the t'CUtlve Committee ol tin iviet Republics. Ill makmatlon the central inced thai II does '" create a state lor all in the world but intend.'to raise Birobidjan to an autonomous re1 par with the twelve >moua Republics in Ion. "ll now has a population "1 whom ,()()() are Jews. i way now to ettli %  Jews there this year. tsky, vice-chairman ol V overnmenl depart| tling tile Jews on the ned that Jews from '' welcomed ;,t BirOD %  Sovlel Union doe.-. \ l make thai region a Ii from other 1 Birobidjan i Im\ natural n tale ii.du 2 kei \ ., ni.ol j developed I I theatre. Annual confirmation services ol Beth David Congregation will be held at Beth David Synagogue Sunday evening June 3rd. beginning a; H o'clock. Among those who will be confirmed arc Mollie Engler. Selma Oropper, Mollie Horwitz, Robert Kaplan. Marshall Levins. Roy Mechlowitz, Ethel Pont. Evelyn Rosentlial, Lillian itelinan. Harold E Blanche West hoi t. Melvin Weinkle, Lillian Kaplan. Stanley Jamison, Shirley Halms, Margaret Horowitz, and Harriet Katziff. Two members ol the class who would have been confirmed and who died will be remembered durum l he services and are Melvin J. Schwartz and Mordecal Mayers During the evening honorary teacher's certificates will be presented to Mrs. H. Oliphant, Mi i;•.i (loldenblank, Mi M Ml M. Scheinberg, Miss A. Segal and Miss Ida Engler. Teacher' certificates will be given i" Jeromw Weinkle, John Kronenfeld, Jeanette Kronenfeld, Jeanette Spei tor. Ro.-e Dubler, Gertrude Shalt. Nellie Shall and Marvin Rubin Hadassa To Give Musical Shower Every effort Is being made by tin Miami Chapter ol .Senior Hadassah to make its annual Hospital linen shower and musicale one of tinoutstanding event., ol the cum i son. A gala program ol entertainmenl featuring some ol Miami'* leading musician.-, will be presented. The affair will be held at the home l Mrs. Hairy I. Lipton at till Ington Anns apts. Miami Bead:. May L'Kth. al :i P. M and admission Will be by the mil ol sheets, pillow casses, t"< all oi winch will be forwarded t<> 'he E.Hadassah Medical Units In Pali une. Refreshments will be served The public Is Invited t" attend. Croker Wages Active Fight Though wealthy, her interest in the welfare ol her fellowmen has brought Hula B. Croker into tin limelight many a time. Now m he, race lor the nomination for Confrom the 4th Florida Conre lonal district, she has centered h> r campaign on I u which have d; tinctly and forcefully brought to the forefront many problems affecting the enure nation and particularly citizens and residents ol thi' Fourth Florida District. She has stressed among other thin i the • ui laws for the betterment of agriculture and the protection ol citrus and food crops in Florida against competition oi Importations produced by cheap foreign labor. Florldians particularly those of this district know what this competition has done to local industry In the past, She has pledged herself to work industriously for the welfare ol her constituents, and those who know her. well realize that politics will never stand in the way of her fulfilling her pledges, A definite and conclusive proof of this was shown when as Chairman of the Palm Beach County F. E. R. A. an attempt to introduce politics in the administration of government welfare funds met with her vigorous Opposition. Because ol tinshe W8J removed from oil ice by State officials. She accepted this dismissal rather than compromise what she felt was her duty to alleviate the needy. Sheafs of articles from metropolitan newspapers attest the high points in the hie ol this still comparatively young widow who prefering a quiet CM tence In her Palm Beach seaside home and mixing little m the society life for which the resort is noted, spends her days helping the poor, the afflicted and those she ihink.s have been unjustly treated. There was the time she rode a horse in Cherokee Indian costume through the streets ol Washington in a great woman's suffrage parade, which the public made much ol ashe was one nl I he lust to espouse and 11—111 lor woman's right to the ballot. ihr marriage to the famous Richard Croker at the New York home o* Nathan Strau.-s on November 2C. 1914. again focused public attention on her. Born in Delaware county, Oklahoma, thn Indian territory, on February 17. 1884. as Bulah Edmondson. her early education was received al the Cherokee National Female Seminary. Talequah, okia. Following this she attended Chlcagi University and did further work in schools oi Boston. Later She returned to her home where she spi : OTS Ul ,,.,, hi!., 'he Indian.Four following .-he was principal of the public schools iii Talequah. Immediately alter her marriage to Mi Croker, Mrs, ('inker made her winter home in Florida and following hideath ill 1022 adopted thistate aher legal n Sid During her residence In Fl Price Five Cents j Announcements! Judge H. F. Atkinson, who is a candidate to succeed himself m Group 1, eleventh judicial circuit. came to Florida In 1881 from Georgia, where he was born. Shortly alter coming to Florida he mined to Miami in 1897 and habeen ,c re Ideiu oi the city ever sin A keen student ol the law. he has held many positions requiring ability and Judgment. He has erved a; Justice ol the peace, county attorney, city attorney. Judge Ol the criminal court of record an dhai been judge ol the circuit court, Dade county, lea11 years. He also die-.' the first city charter lor Miami. Judge Atkinson was a student o. the University of Georgia, a member of Chi Phi fraternity and Is a life member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. He is a member of the Dade County Bar Association, the State Bar Association and the American Bar Association and has been practicing law for 47 years. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION CConBervativel 139 N. W. Third W„„. MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Services begin al 6:30 p. m urday morning servici begin at 8:30 a. m. Robert Kaplan thi "i Mrs. L. Kaplan of this city will be Bar Mitzva. Robert will recit the Haftoro and deliver an address in English following which the Rabbi will preach. Following the services Mrs. Kaplan will be h to the worshippers at a reception. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orlhodoil .111 Wellington Air., Miami Reach DAVID I. ROSENBI.OOM, Rabbi Services begin tonight at 6:30 p. m. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. ni. Cantor Schlachman will chant the services. Mincha services begin at 6:30 p. m, with the Marriv service following. Mrs. J. C. Brown, who is a candidate for member of the legislature from Group 1. a position formerly filled by her husband, who resigned to enter the sheriff's department, says she stands for an adequate and stable financing plan tor state's public schools; lifting Florida from its present low-range among states on matter of care toi disabled veterans; real action on workmen's compensation bill; modernized legislation in child welfare crime prevention and correction and progressive humanitarian law.-; any and all ncessary legislation seeking the general progressive, welfare and rehabilitation of the State ol Florida; government lor the people rather than for special Inter'Government," says Mr-. Brow:., "now extends its authority into the in a manner without precedent in American history. Women .or concerned as never before with i nment. Women voters now practically equal the number of men voters, and women are among the nation's biggest taxpayers. Will not Dade county follow our national chieftain and his new deal policy ol glvlni ion to women who are developing capacity for leadership m governmental activities." Mr.-. Brown is a ,-ehooi teacher and widely known as a communal worker. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI (Reform! 137 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Service! begin tonight at 8:15 when Rabbi Kaplan will preach a sermon on "Priestly Blessing." This will be the closing services until the Fall. The Religious school will hold its closing session Sunday morning and will reopen in the Fall. The annual Sunday school picnic will take place Sunday morning. Jum 3rd iderdale, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) I.-.4.-, S. W. Third Street Jl'LIlS WASHER, Rabbi Robert W. Smith, Coral Gables. secretary ot the Coral cables Real Estate Board, Is a candidate for the county school board, district three. Mr. Smith came to Coral Gables five years ami from Chicago where i Continued or he has been active in civic and political affairs when her efforts were needed for the betterment of [i How citizens. Wl dnesday night she addressed a .it the Carpenter's Union here and met with an enthusiastic reception. Ear!'. be: m tonight at ii :(u p. m. Saturday morning servilebegin at !i a. m. with Gerald Simian the son „i Mr. and Mrs. A Shulan oi tinmy being Bar Mitzva. Gerald will recite the haftoro and deliver an address in English, following which the Rabbi will preach, Mlncha services be'. 6:30 followed by the Maai'iv service. Beth David To Picnic Sunday Sunday morning May L>7th the children of the Beth David Sunday school will meet at the Talmud Torah Hall from where they will be taken to It. Lauderdale casino for the annual Sunday school picnic. Races, swimming contests and other games will be participated In by the children and prizes will he awarded to the winners Refreshments will he served to the children, in charge of arrangements Is a committee consisting of Mrs. j. Engler, chairman assisted by Mesdamec L. J. Hail/. Win. Robinson. H Oliphant, S. C. Myers. M .1 KopelOWitZ, Mannie Wesson. Louis Hayman. li.un Markowitz and II. Rayvis in i of the games Is Mr. Stanley C. Myers, >v nria of nd


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