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The Jewish Floridian ( April 24, 1936 )

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# 'Jewish IFlcndlii3i KI COMB INING Tl/ne Jhewii&lh lUiniHty %% JA* gSUXTXJjJ^ VJjUtAfLy Vol. 9—No. 17 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1936 Price Five Ceatt Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere li ? PHINEAS J. BIRON Political Speaking Opponents of Governor Alf Landon of Kaansas say that his campaign manager pulled a first class boner by ousting Albert Ottinger as head of the New York Landonfor-president committee Some even whisper that Ottingcr, onetime Republican candidate for governor, was ditched because certain of Landon's New York backers didn't want a Jew running the %  how ... To counter these allegations Ijindon's friends point to the fact that Kugene Meyer, Washington newspaper publisher, James P. Warburg, banker, and Ben Levand, Kansas publisher, are among the insiders of the Landon campaign The plan of the Friends of the New Germany (pardon us, the German-American League) to nominate candidates in the New York election this November, will come a cropper on a bill now pending in the legislature The Nazis have announced that their candidates will tic listed under the swastika symbol, but the pending bill would ban the swastika from the ballot Governor Henry Horner of Illinois is now the number one man f the Democratic party in Illinois ... His smashing victory over the Chicago machine of Mayor Kelly did tin trick Governor Harold Hoffman of New Jersey is telling some of his Jewish friends that Jewish public opinion is unjustly accusing him of Nazi leanings beHUISi of his attitude on the Haupt. niiiiin case. "n the Record Alanson B. Houghton, former American ambassador to Germany, was re-elected chairman of the %  ward of trustees of the Institute fl Advanced Learning And a few hours later he sailed for Germany on a Nazi steamer You may remember that the institute was founded by Louis Bambcrgcr %  nd his sister, Mrs. Felix Fuld. that or Einstein is on its faculty an that Dr. Abraham Flexner is b director The usually well informed Magazine of Wall St ret ts that Hitler will start a War by January 1st, when Germany Will be officially bankrupt Historians of aviation believe that one of the reasons for Dr. Hugo Eckener's anti-Nazi views {a the feet that the inventor of the dirWole, which has given him worldwide fame, was David Sc'nwartz, a Jewish engineer Mhletic authorities in Paris sjrfy that the French Olympic co n 'mittee has agreed to withdraw/from the Berm Olympic game/ but is withholds K its announcement for n opportune momej 1)0 Y Uf Du/__Kegister Now! Jews Killed In Arab Riot Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) An older in council has been issued empowering the high commissioner, Sir Arthur Wauchope, to put emergency regulations into operation as a precaution against mounting racial excitement as news of the killing of Jews by Arabs and of Arabs by police spread to all parts of Palestine. A curfew was imposed upon the inhabitants of the Arab town of Jaffa and the allJewish city of Tel Aviv, compelling them to be within doors between the hours of 7 p. m. and 5 a. m. The number of Jews killed as the result of attacks upon them by an Arab mob in Jaffa rose to ten later, as those seriously injured succumbed to their wounds. Although it was reported that three Arabs had been killed by police when the latter fired their guns in trying to halt the attack on Jew3, an official communique issued by the high commissioner referred to only two Arabs killed. The Nationalist party met in the Arab town of Nablus and, amid a demonstration of local youths, decided to proclaim a general strike until "the full Arab demands are granted." The resolution also called upon Arabs throughout the country to join them in a general strike. In the meantime, the political department of the Jewish Agency Executive maintained constant touch with the government Moshe Shertok, chief of the political department, visited the chief secretary of the Palestine government in the afternoon and was later received by the high commissioner, whom he urged to take the fullest precautions to protect the Jewish population. A meeting of all Zionist parties held here, that was scheduled to discuss the formation of a United Zionist Organization, was turned into a discussion of the present situation. David Hen Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, reported upon the day's' developments and urged the Jewish community Of Palestine "not to submit to panic and to maintain a strong spirit of composure." High Commissioner Sir Arthur Wauchopc issued the following communique on what happened at Jaffa that caused the death of 10 Jews and three Arabs and injuries to about 00 others. The statement read: "The high commissioner regrets to announce that disturbances occurred at Jaffa this morning involving several casualties owing to false rumors, at once officially contradicted, that Arabs had been killed. The crowds assembled at about 11 a. m. in the Manshe quarter of Jaffa and disturbances arose, in the course of which several attacks were made on Jews. The police intervened promptly and by (Continued on Page 8) Jewish News Around the World Catholics to 11 ii i i cl New Church, Gift of Jewish Family Los Angeles (NCJC)—Catholics in the little town of Roscoe, just north of Los Angeles, are to have a new church due to the generosity of a Jewish family, the head of which is Mrs. Anne Rattier, widow of the late Alex Katner. Mrs. Ratner and her family have presented a piece of property in Itoscoe to Rt. Rev. Bishop John J. Cantwell of the Catholic diocese of Los Angeles as a site for a new Catholic church. Tingift is made as a memorial to the late Mr. Rattier, who, during his lifetime, had become an admirer of Bishop Cantwell, due to the batter's vigorous protest against Nazi persecution of Jews in Germany. For the present the new parish will he under the direction of Rev. Martin Keating, pastor of HolyTrinity Church in Burbank, adjoining Roscoe. Father Keating is now making preparations for the immediate construction of the new church. Albany, N. Y. (WNS)—Pumperi nickel, choleh, beigel, Jewish rye and other breads common to the Jewish table may soon be a thing of the past in New York City. The Feld bill, requiring that all bread sold in New York be wrapped in wax paper or other covering has been favorably reported by the senate public health committee. Requests for public hearings by the United Hebrew Trades and Jewish i bakers were denied after the bill ] was amended to make it apply exclusively to New York City. Jewish bakers claim that the law would force them out of business. New York (WNS)—One hundred and forty-two additional German Jewish refugees arrived in this country on the SS. Manhattan. All of the emigres entered under the quota law, which makes them eligible for permanent residence and naturalization. Have You Registered'.' STARTING NEXT WEEK A New Feature The Inside-Behind-lhe-News Fads of Washington, New York, Paris and London headlines. The real stuff that nobody would dare to print. OFF MY CHEST By REUBEN FINK Former Washington correspondent of "The Day" and Paris correspondent of a number of papers. A trained observer—a man of a thousand contacts—a journalist who tells you of things that nobody else knows about. Political Crisis Shadows Rumania Bucharest (WNS) While Minister of Labor Nystor was announcing that legislation designed to curb the number of Jews in the tree professions and trades is to be introduced in parliament, the gOVernn. 'tit's' tolerunt attitude towaul the Fascist and anti-Semitic groups in Rumania showed signs of developing into a major political crisis. The Liberal and National Peasant parties have called on the government to suppress the Iron Guard and other anti-Semitic and Nazi organizations without further delay. Since any such action on the part of the government is considered extremely likely because it is an open secret that Premier Georg Tatarescu, who enjoys the confidence of King Carol, is lending open aid and comfort to the antiSemitic groups, the opposition parties are prepared to unseat the government. The forced resignation of Undersecretary of the Interior Kugene Titeanu, because of widespread indignation against the des. aeration of a monument to the late Premier Ion Duca by anti-Semitic students whose activities were supI orted by Titeanu t served to emphasize the growing breach between the government and the opposition parties. The disclosure ilu. Nazi agents are financing Rumanian political parties and antiSemitic groups has further aroused public opinion. The World's Window Tcrritorialism" By LUDWIC LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright will be prosecuted. Do Your Duty—Register Now! Semitic Outbreaks In Warsaw Warsaw (WNS)—One Jew was killed and more than a score injured in a series of new anti-Semitic outbreaks in Kartczev, Loskow, Veilin and Lemberg. Wolf Goldfarb, 75 years old, was fatally injured when anti-Semites ran wild in Kartczev, near Grodno. In Loskow a gang of young hoodlums invaded the synagogue, assaulted the rabbi and members of the congregation and then desecrated the synagogue. Minor disturbances also occurred in Lemberg and Veilin, near Kalisch. The Banguinary j i iot in Lemberg in which three workingmen were killed in a clash with the police, created apprehension ill Jewish quarters because of the extensive property damage suffered by Jews. In Pryztyk, scene of the recent pogrom in which three Jews died, the antiSemites desecrated the Jewish cemetery. Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) New Light was shed upon Jewish synagogal customs in Palestine during the fourth century, A. D., by the discovery of the foundations of a Byzantine synagogue in the city of Jericho dating back to that time. Have You Registered? In view of the murderous pressure on our people in Germany, in Poland, in Rumania, in all of Eastern and Central Europe, sensible men thoroughly imbued with all the Palestinian ideal have argued this unforeseen breakdown of civilization renders Palestine insufficient and that the old plan, so ardently supported by Israel Zangwill, of the opening of additional territories for the mass settlement of Jews, should be revived. This plan was known as tcrritorialism and Britain stood ready at one time to facilitate Jewish mass settlement in Uganda. It will be remembered that the proposition was overwhelmingly voted down at the last Zionist Congress over which Herzl presided. The masses of Eastern Jewry felt then that they were unwilling to exchange one Galuth for another. It was Palestine or nothing. That they were able to take .hat point of view demonstrates, by the way, how desperately civilization has collapsed within the brief period of forty years. At least a million Polish Jews, doubtless as devoted in their hearts to Palestine as ever, would go anywhere today—anywhere where a little freedom and a little bread awaited them and their children. Hence in principle I thoroughly agree with those who argue that territorialism and the search for territories should be revived. 1 agree with them even for the sake of Palestine. For it is clear that reasonably prosperous or even merely self-sustaining Jewish settlements in civilized countries could do more for Palestine, if only by themselves no longer needing constant and immediate relief, than the starving masses of our people in Europe. Unluckily civilization has broken down. The commissioner for refugees seems to have gone up and down the earth like Satan in Job looking for some place of settlement for Jews. None was found. The British cabinet discusses the possibility of letting Germany have colonies. The Uganda offer, or a similar one, has not been repeated. Yet as the recent debate on the Palestinian legislative council in the House of Commons shows, there a iv eminent leaders in England who are sympathetically aware of the plight of the Jewish people. Not so long ago, it will be remembered, there was talk of a settlement in Ecuador. That talk, never very convincing, has died down. Twelve years ago I wrote: "We are not wanted anywhere." I repeat (Continued on Page 8)



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN l''nday, April J,,,,,.,. The Miami branch of the Arbeiter Ring, Workmen's Circle, is sponsoring a Hunger dinner for the benefit of the -lews in Poland and Germany, to be given Sunday evening, May 17th. at X o'clock at the Odd Fellows Hall, N. \V. Second ave il Fourth st. The Hungei 1 is one of a series <>f affairs given throughout the coun%  p the needy Jews of these i jtular meeting of the 5 a Hebrew Social Club will be 'the Misses Ray Sh (set, 621 S. W. Fif. a % %  'l i % %  ... i ..%  u v -' Ul members tend. The dal e givei : e anna in ter. • i and B. Hirschficld. Prizes will sonville to reside, where the bridebe awarded for high scores and regroom is in business, freshments will be served. The next meeting of the Junior The woman's division of the Council of Jewish Women will be 1 of hi ith astheld at the Betl D ivid Talmud Tobe Monday afternoon. May 18,1, the place to be announced in th near future. Mrs. A. V„,, m ^. will be toastmistress for the oc ca sion and Mrs. J. N. Morris win in -tall the officers. The Commit^ in charge of arrangements will L The continuation class of the headed by Mrs. Benjamin I Beth Jacob Congregation will hold and assisting her will be Mesdami its closing exercises Sunday night M. 1Marcus and Joe Richter em i dren' ireel : ; %  Kaminsky, a gala will be held on Sunday I, at 1 Bel I id Ti rah Hall at r the evewill be next i %  %  Su • i; A ill be laj m %  ing, May 24th, I '"•'' : %  '• %  week. Maj with the i losing exei ises ii i %  nil ? and the annu m in the evening at & rogram of will appear in the neai itu annual food sale red by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, week with Mesdames R. H. Miles, Sam Kirstein and Sam Halpert, was announced as a comsuecess. installation banquet of the Beth David Sisterhood Was postponed to Sunday evening, May 17. at 6:30 p. m. at the Talmud Torah Hall. Mrs. Harry Oliphant is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements, The annual picnic of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held on Sunday, May 10th, which will be in observance of Lap B'Omer and .Mother's Day. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. I. Rosengarten, chairman; Mrs. Max Weinberger, Mrs. Max Chertkoff. Mrs. J. Schonfeld, Mrs. B. Hirshfield and Mrs. \. Adelman. Hie s ciety of Florida, is I have open lay aftern >on, April 24th, from 3 to 5 at the receiving home, 809 \. W. Fourteenth :: I will cell brate the tenth anniversary of the opening of the Mian i I! e Home. 'I yeai on March Hist, 1926, formally the Idren of Dade, Broward and Moi countii -. Dui ing these ten yeais many cl ind helti and cauand lovi within itwails. Many ; he %  ii interested, the organization in :ways. The public is cordialthe home at any arly during the pi ion. Mr-. Is 1 n, chairman, will be > following: Mrs. liar. H tor, Mrs. J. D. McKenney, t C. Dickey. Mrs. Virginia B : ;. Mr-. James II. Bright, M.s. D. S. Carrington, Mrs. Thom.i avenport, .Mr-. P. G. Dusenbury. Mrs. Vemon Hawthorne, Mrs. H. (i. Jones, Mrs. o. I.. Knapp, Mrs. Mable Maule, Mrs. Cliff Meekins, Mrs. Sidney Meyer. Mrs. Roy A. Morrison. Mrs. I:. M. Price, Mrs. Robert Reimert, Mrs. Martin Shaw. Mrs. Frank Stranahan, Mrs. Mitchell Wolf son, Mr-. Grover C. Zaiing, Mrs. W. Hugh Combs. Mrs. Hicks Allen Mrs. Jerome l-'easter. Mrs. M. R. Suggars, Mrs. Charles Fisher, Mrs. Frederick A. Batty, Mrs. Marilyn Ilauer. Mrs. Harriet Sharman, Mrs. Alexander Orr, jr., Mrs. .lameGreene, Dr. Helen F. Lanham and Mrs. D. L. Shackelford. Members of the Coral Cables Junior Woman's Club and of the alumnae chapter of National Park Seminary will assist with the serving. • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller will hold open house at their home, 2855 Fairgreen drive, Miami Beach, Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5. All friends are invited. There will be no cards issued. o'clock at the synagogue, era of the class anRuth Al%  Harriet Gottesman, Claire •in-. April Malbin, Sylvia I.cvinthal, Seymour will be hi mbers an rail on Wednesday 29th. Elections this meeting am urged to attend. The installation banquet will be on Thursday evening, May l Ith, at thi \ Hoi Miami. Ul desiring to attend may i.ill Mrs. Gertrude Lear, chairman. of I'avid I. for reservations. Mrs. Chertkoff, Rosenbloom will deliver the main of the Mothers' Day tea. address of the evening. Cantor Maurice Mamches will render muelections and Mrs. David I. ''loom will j %  '. • e music. %  • he exercisi s a reception will tendi of the lates, The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hold one of its regular card parties on Sunday evening, April 2oth, beginning at 8 o'clock the clubrooms of the Young Hebrew Association. Hostfoi the event will be MesMi .•!.Kotkin, I. RosengarHave You Registered? rfiyqu Sun.-\lon.-Tuts., April 26-27-28 Greta Garbo—Fredric Marsh Freddie Bartholomew ANNA KARENINA 7 f K A V6NU£ V H ."'"A., i < •' r....... • crc. Sun.-Mon.. April 26-27 Jack Benny I'na Merkel IT'S IN THE AIR -Mrs. Saul Abenson, pioneer resident of Miami, announces the engagement of her daughter, Gladys Marie, to Mr. Philip Seidenberg. Miss Abenson graduated from Miami Senior High school and the Beth David Sunday school. She is now attending the Florida State College for Women, where she is a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Seidenberg, formerly of New York, is engaged in busine-s in Miami. %  The marriage of .Miss Harriet Louise Kantor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kantor, to Ernest |A. Pilton of Jacksonville, son of Mrs. Harry Pilton of Chicago, took place last Saturday night at the home of Dr. and .Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan. An informal reception followed. The bride was graduated from the Miami Beach High school and during two year-' residence in New York attended special classes at Columbia University. Mr. Pilton attended the University of Florida ami the John Marshall law school in Chicago. After a tour of the state Mr. and Mrs. Pilton will go to Jackday loth at the Alcazar Hotel, has planned an interesting pr igiam. Council bers. their mothers and friends are all welcome to ai end. Plans for the fifth annual Ma Day ii; %  %  e w,.i, discussed at ir meeting of Junior Ha I sab, ht'ld M lay night at i homi of MisSylvia Rayvis. The evenl will take place .May 3rd • I the Loyal Palm Club. Mrs. Murry Grossman is in charge of arrai ge men; -. Mi-Anita Silverman gave a brief report of the Donor's dinner recently given. Arrangements wenmade for an elaborate Mother's Day program to be presented Monday evening. May 11th, at the Harry Kaufman. Beth David auditorium. secretary; Mrs. II. The Ladies' Auxiliary Jewish Welfare Bureau i ing its annual picnic at I '• Harlow Geberer, Samuel Villa Venice, Miami Beach, on Sun Eisman and J. Huppner. Mr. Philday, June nth. All members and president of the confriends of the organizati gregation, will present the diploul Red ,,, n „ M this (i lU ,, maII. Silverman, presi* of tin' Sisterhood, will give ., ,, „ • Bertha Berkowich Lew ownei I 'tS Oi ir. .• %  ,. %  ,' '. .. ... and director ot I amp \\ o i the Sisterhood. Rabbi David I. ., ,, .. the attention ol the pan Florida girls to a summei She asks: A social houi ness session. followed the busiAl the regu a %  •' the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, held last Mrs. Ida Optner was unanimously •• %  led as president of the Oi ganization for the i u ng term. 11; her officers elected were Mrs. Mark Max. first vice-president; Mrs. Martin Raff, second vicepresident: Mrs. L. Harts, third vice-president; Mrs. s. c. Myers. financial secretary: Mrs. A. K. Rosenthal. recording secretary; Mrs. corresponding Bulbin. treasurer, and Mrs. II. R. tor. The installation Adler, audiuncheon will "Have you thought of for your girl during the coming summer? Have you given n to the beautiful lifi your chil I would lead if j in r to Camp Wol Girls? Have you thought i ace of mind that would be yours if you knew that your ch in the midst of the fine companionships of a well regulate amp'.' Have you thought of the joy that would be yours knew that your girl was Ii fine, wholesome, rugged lil Camp Wohelo is outstami all activities and is supervised by trained counsellors. Remember, Camp Wohelo's Quota is fifty camperand a number of vat ionhave already been made. # Do Your Duty—Register Now! From Burdine s Snack Corner Bar Hints Shakers whose frosty whiteness is effectively accented with cherry red or ebony black tops, 'ideal for serving cool summer drinks. Special 1.00 Glasses to dazzle the eyes of your guests. 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Friday. April 24, 193 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti IFIartidllam FLORIDA'S ONLY 'KW|| WtKlI.Y lf ews Tower Bldg. Phone 2-6304 I'hunt 2-1 lpj PUHI.FSHED EVERY FKIDAY by the JEWISH KI.OKIDIAN PUBLISHING CO I'. O. Box HTI Miami, Ma. EDITORIAL OFFICES: 21 s W. h Avcnu* J. LOUIS SIIOCIIET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Munagar —~ CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN field Representative T^ZZd"ITt^tH %  m tu,r Ju *y *• """• "t "" '"' Offirr .1 Miami, Florid* %  "' under the Act ..f Mareh 3, UTt. MIA MI T-. —. Political Briefs NOTES ST PETERSBURG RABKI A. s. KLEINPELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO BRSi B. S. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Representative srnscRiPTiON Sli Month! g*J FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1936 Vol. 9—No. 17 Do Not Regret •Von know, I had it in mind all the lime, and forgot to do it." What more pitiahle excuse can he offered than that when it comes to a question involving the citizenship of a man or woman. And yet, we fear, that will he Ihe answer many of our Jews will offer after April 30th. when they will be asked. "Have you registered?" We are happy to note that every Jew of prominence in Ihe entire State of Florida has commended us in our campaign to set every Jew to register. We are happy that B'nai H'rith has deemed it important to urge its members to exer. rise this right and extremely valuable privilege. Perhaps we are a bit harsh The Jewish Floridian has never been alarmistic in its outlook but it must face Ihe facts nevertheless. We. the Jews of the entire country. and in Florida particularly, will always receive every right of an American citizen only SO LONG AS WE PARTICIPATE IN ITS GOVERNMENT. The ugly head of religious bigotry un-Americanism anti-Semilism will not be raised against us if it is known that we are American citizens not in name alone ... but VOTERS WHO EXERCISE THEIR RIGHTS AT THE BALLOT BOX. We do not advocate regimentation of Jewish voters we do not ask that lens vote en masse ... we do not even ask that Jews vote for Jews simply because of that fact but we do urge that Jews ;is American citizens act Jewish in that they will respect nnd appreciate the rights of suffrage granted them. Let it not be said thai the Jews failed. Let it not be said at a time when the future of this state and its welfare • nay, the welfare of our growing children is at stake in many of the issues which the voters will have to decide at the polls that the Jews simply took no interest. Once again REGISTER NOW ... GET YOUR FRIENDS TO REGISTER .. PAY YOUR POLL TAX. APRIL 30th IS THE FINAL DAY FOR REGISTRATION. By HARRY SCHWARTZ Who shall the "Y" elect as their next president? May IBth is the date Bet for nominations to select officers and pun >||i:.\\ cii Siirj -llt.o.)c| .won si OJJB -.11! 1A llloj A'llliniU uioa sun i>i 3ui 8ui.iq in [uiii.mi n.ii-u; uo.x| a ABU, A'lHIl llo.\" )Bl|l |U8J • III .)l| I. Ul.1,11 A\.:.; .il|l .IllJ S.Kil.l.l.llp if you will only take it liy the hand and lend your efforts in making it do the right things instead of the wrong you. too, will greatly benefit by its future spahtszeerin. It Is the duty of each and every member of the "Y" to see to it that your dues are up to date, so that you may be in a position to do your part in electing the proper men to tarry on the fine wink of this organization. The officers and directors who have served the "Y" in the past have benefited considerably by the experience received. Many of them are in a position to serve the "Y" again and therefore should be given first consideration in the coming nominations. Personal friendship should be set aside when selecting a candidate and put some individual to the fore who will carry the ideals of our members through to its fullest realization. Jus I ice of the Peace Clement L. Theed, who this year seeks a third term as justice in district %  %  came to Miami more than 25 years ago, ami evei since that time has been active in the political and social life of the community, especially that around Coconut Grove. He attended public schools here, graduated from the Univei'Bit) i Florida, and was admitted bar in 1925. Justice Theed, whose election twice marks his popularity with his constituency, is married and has three children, two of whom i attending Dad< County schools. Judge A. II. Small announces his candidacy for nomination to succeed himself, subject to the June primaries, as judge of the civil court of record. A native of Kentucky, Judge Small moved to Florida in his early youth and, upon reaching maturity, was admitted to the bar of this state and established a law practice ill Lake City. Since 1919 he has been a resident of Miami. Judge Small holds a commission of major, retired, in Florida national guard. He is a Mason, Sbriner and president of Dade County Federation of Improvement Clubs and of Riverside Improvement Association. be the niece and nephew of William Fox, former movie magnate Eddie Cantor showed himself a real spurt when he promised to see that the Missouri farm boy who won the Cantor peace contest with H plagiarized ess:iy gets ;i college education anyhow. lid-Kits Overheard two ladies at a recent Zionist meeting One asked: "What is this Biro Bidjan?" Answered number two: "A colony in Palestine" "What does Biro Bidjan mean'.'" inquired number one "Oh, it's just some Hebrew word," was the authoritative reply Klias Tobenkin, just back from B trip that took him to 15 countries, was received with open arms and great reaped by the Nazi government We understand that he passed Up advisedly the opportunities offered hint to interview Goering and Goebbels The Nazi officials were extremely anxious to convince Tobenkin that they are not such a bad lot Incidentally. Tobenkin is withdrawing from all public and social activities to concentrate on a 500-page volume under the title, "The People Want Peace." (Copyright. 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Jacksonville News (Continued from Page 4) Providence Gets Zionist Convention—Zionists Back World Jewish Congress New York (WN'S)—Providence, RI., where the ideals of religious freedom were first put into practice :;ni) years ago, will be the Mene of the 39th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America on July 5th, <>th and 7th, according to a decision reached at a meeting of the Z. O. A. administrative committee. The committee ited, 29 to 8, to support the World Jewish Congress by participating in the national electoral conference in Washington on June ^ :;| ii and 14th, which will name the 7(1 delegates from the United States to the world parley. The v 0te tc participate in the electoral conference was taken after a heat"' debate in which Dr. A. J. Rongy, chairman of the Zionist national council, and Abraham Spieehandler v iced opposition. Morris Rothenberg. president of the Z. O. A., reported to the committee on his recent nation-wide tour and recommended a program of activities looking to increased independence for the Zionist districts, abandonment of the policy of depending exclusively on volunteer workers, authorization to field secretaries of the United Palestine Appeal to engage in general Zionist work and the adoption of a special project to link Palestine with the Z. O. A. The administrative committee approved Mr. Rothenbcrg's proposals in general and rec. ommended a more detailed report for the next meeting in May. Nudism entered the "Y. W." meeting Tuesday night in the form of a debate, with Mrs. Shindel, Mrs. Kaler and Mrs. Blumberg against it and the Misses Zeesman, Betty Tobias and Charlotte Davis for it. Sony, men, we lost out again. The best argument was offered by Miss Vivian Zeesman. who decided there was nothing like new faces to look at. Mrs. Kaler did not deem it advisable to add the clothiers to the unemployed list. Married women won. Mrs. Shindel presided in the ab-ence of Bea Silver and handled the situation very capably. Little Miss Billy Auslander rendered a dialect reading with so much emotion that it brought tears to the eyes of many of the audience. Miss Vivian Zeesman offered several classical piano selections to conclude the evening. Pointing to a need for honesty in the office of Dade County purchasing agent, William D. JoyOi of Coconut Grove announced his candidacy for that office in the June primaries. Joyce is a World War veteran and has been a resident of Florida for 17 years. He listed among his pledges of performance after election as follows: "To conduct the business so ihal no one could in any way question my i. ethods. "To co-operate fully with the county > ommissioners. "To give business, distributed by this office, to those merchants <••• farmers whose merchandise is best and whose pi ice is acceptable, without favor to anyone. "To devote all my business time to the affairs of this office and no other. "To conduct my private affairs so as not to bring criticism oil the office." A Hadassah Sener was presented by Mrs. Archie Puldu, Mrs. Leo Rosenson, Mrs. Perry Kantor and Mrs. Morris Haimowitz. It was conducted as an ideal Hadassah Seder. Following the meeting and program a social hour was enjoyed, during which refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. M. H. Witten and Mrs. Herbert Wei--. How would you like to go on a moonlight boat ride on Biscayne Bay? Such an event will be held May 10th under the sponsorship of the "Y." A four-piece orchestra will supply the music for those of yoohoo like to dance. Starting time will be 8::i0 p. m. and you will ride for four hours thereafter for the sum of $1.50 cash per couple. Sales of tickets will be limited to the first 50 couples, so do not lose any time in getting your tickets. Buy your tickets either from Boris or Mr. Schlachman. London's Jews are Deing assaulted by blackshirts and defended by green shirts. ... The green .hirts are members of the Social Credit Party and they have been staging protests against Sir Oswald Medley's anti-Semitic campaign. Have You Registered? Have You Registered? Congratulations to Dot Davis, who was selected to represent the "Y" at the Junior Hadassah MayQueen frolic May 3rd at the Royal Palm Club. Let's all get behind Dot and help her win the honors for the "Y." One of the largest crowds ever to attend a Junior Division meet* ing was on hand Monday night to Strictly Confidential Off the Record Many New Yorkers who read about the marriage of Jane Eleanor Sicher, daughter of Dudley I). Sicher, former president of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New Y'ork, were surprised to learn that Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, executive director of the federation, performed the ceremony But it was perfectly O. K. because Dr. Lowenstein is a Hebrew Union College graduate' Among the children at the Pleasantville (N. Y.) Jewish orphanage are William Fox, jr.. and his sister, who are said to The monthly meeting of the executive board of the Ladies' Usbrew Sheltering Aid Society was held in the home of Mrs. M. L. Hollins in Riverside with Mrs. J. Shapiro presiding. Mrs. H. Talisman, secretary pro tern, read the opening prayer. The members all rose for one minute of silent prayer in memory of the late Mrs. Reva Krass. Mrs. A. Nabin. chairman of the relief and loan committee, reported on the Moas Chitim work done by her committee, especially commending Mrs. Joe plattner and Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner for their aid in distributing the prepared foods to the needy. Mrs. Sam Fletcher and Mrs. O. Margol were named hostesses for the regular meeting held last Tuesday in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. A detailed report of the Passover work accomplished was to be given. Mrs. Fred Soforenko invited the board to meet with her for the regular May executive meeting. At the close of the business transactions, the hostess served delicious refreshments. take part in an amateur contest. Miss Ann Lehrman presided as mistress of ceremonies, assisted by several outstanding entertainers from Miami ave. and points west. Legionnaire Herbert Weiss, a leader in Jacksonville World War veterans' affairs for many years, was elected grand chef de gare of the Grand Voiture of Florida, Forty and Eight Society, during the annual grand promenade held last week at Sarasota, a prelude to the three-day annual American Legion convention. Condolences to the Schemer family on the death of their mother. Have You Registered? Do Your Duty—Register Now



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Page Four THE JEWISH PLOWMAN Friday, April 24 pearance with Garbo. .__ Reginald I>enny receives the biggest role in recent years as Yashvin. .March's staunch friend. Political Briefs John K. Tilton, dual Gables proGreta Garbo'a picture Karenina," opening Sunday at th Tivoli Theatre, has one of the most "I need a person who looks like srcss j V e merchant, announced his dinatmg a gorilla and talks like a man." said Chamberlain Brown to one of "Anna his assistants. April Z4| m Sectarian Anti-Nazi Council, ac| which the boycott of German good o.nling to a cable received from and services is being prosecuted London today. Mr. Untermyer, unable to atteiii The council, whose annual ses-.this year's session, sent a messa? sion opened yesterday. April 19th. w hich was greeted with much in the British capital, is the co-ortnusiasn) of 22 nations in enAnd that's' how Nat Pendleton, imp,. featured play f :itU!l in Jk Benny's .tarring %  !" >; comedy drama. "It"s in the Air." sa > ,hat he h:,< the 1 abll,t3 • Sui laj at th Severn his Th*as unanimously rein stral >. na Merl Benny's % %  • a %  i e for th< %  %  -• time i:i 'I ed Hea %  I Pendleton, Harvi j Grant Mitel %  I : n tl ..-•. VOTE FOR A. S. GOLDMAN Candidate for CONSTABLE District No. 2 Courteous and Efficient Service Subje • to Democratic Primary, %  lime L>, 1986 Your Vote and Support"wiTTfie Appreciated !'. % % %  Political Advertisement I Have You Registered? Your Duly—Register No When you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the circumcision will comply with ritual requirements, awell as protect the health of your child, be certain to call RABBI B. D. RONDEL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8760—3-2270 electi • ol the World V rJjGUST BROS, ftjr? >1^ Is the BEST-' ALVIN WALDER ^*% Invite.i You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments I O R (BILL) J0YC1 for PURCHASING AGENT DADE COUNTY THE MAN FOR THE JOB Your Support Appreciated What Finer Gift to Yourself or Friends Than a Copy of THE MESSAGE OF ISRAEL By RABBI ISRAEL H. WEISPELD Containing the Vital story of Judaism by PROMINENT ORTHODOX. REFORM and CONSERVATIVE RABBIS. at BURDINE'S BOOK DEPT. 1th Floor, Main Bldg. "AND THE DISH RAN AWAY WITH THE SPOON! ELECT GEO. E. HOLT Your REPRESENTATIVE (iroup One He ill protect the interests of Dade County Subject Datnoeratlc Primary, June, 1036 1 1 v. MI for by friend! r\^ ^ J %  j %  l ^ %  \ %  \ Of course, dishes and spoons don t usually run away... thai is, unless someone helps them (like in hotels). But this was a conscientious pair and could nt stand spreading germs day after day. You see, in order to kill germs you have to use water much hotter than the hands can stand. And merely rinsing the dishes in hot water is'nk enough. So, if you wash your dishes with • soiled rag, in water just warm enough to be pleasant for germs, il is no wonder that they'll hang around until they find a victim. For sanitary dishes use an electric dish washer. The hands do not have to touch the water, so water et a germ killing temperature can be used. See us or your dealer. 1 &



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Friday, A pril 24, 1936 West Palm Beach Notes Judge l'"' 1 O'Connell announces his candidacy for the office of state attorney for the fifteenth judicial circuit and "in making this announcement he makes the following promises: T „ personally and promptly to-jp alm H ,.. (( h fo| vestigatr each homicide within the V( ar jurisdiction of this office. 1 best office. i a„,l courteous adminand ,. i(v officiala of the duties of this ofSTATEWIDE NEWS Page Five "Immediate Problems of American Jewry." Rabbi Morris D. Margolis conducted the services and Rabbi Israel L. Kaplan introduced the speaker. Members of the Daughters of Israel, headed by Mrs. Joseph Hackel, [president, were hostesses to members of both congregations. dau 8hter Sara Ann, left Sunday'Mildred Simovits, chairman; Miss Ulladega and Birmingham, | Raye Birnbach, Miss Florence AS ramovitz, Miss Rae Freeman. Mrs. ..ti.tion or mis on ice. %  .... — '""'"n'lni ami Birmingham, 0 fairly, impartially and to the colfCl^t a te th^ju. let ^ "' !"" %  %  %  < %  ** liy ability prosecute each „,,,„.„ K 1 !" "> justice return trip home they will spend within the jurisdiction of this ,,' V, n i' TT '" '"" "^ *^ "' All district, handling hundreds of i i III has returned co-operation with other county Mr. Ben Shader from New York. Pointing out that the justice court is one of original jurisdiction M.. ll rience as municipal ,. ,.,,,„,„., *. 1OT ,0M Mr '•• Jacob entertained at a (MM """ 1 ca8e 8 : "" 1 %  %  benefit bridge Tuesday afternoon "' c,v,i matters, th a( h ,., h „„,. „„ ,. : lsl G West Palm 1 Dave Schwartz and Mrs. Max .luster. Social. Mis. AI Weiss, chairman; Miss Pearl Saalaw, Miss Sylvia Stoun, -Mrs. Alex Bokor, Mrs. Louis Rosen and Miss Paulyne Lei bovitz. Relations, Miss Rose Katz, chairman; Mrs. Fred Lebos, Miss Rebecca Wi iss, Mrs. Lillian ore ave. The! Schoenborn, Miss Betty Goldstein County and Macon, lay or additional Mrs. Ben Katz, was held at the j MM /bar, Mrs. Fred Le Miss I | Mercer University, 0raD8re General H 8P'tal Monday, Clarice Steinberg and Miss Dori Ua., an.l graduated from j of Floi ida il 1.1..11. llegl e. He has resided in Beach County for the past owns his own home and a; er. St. Petersburg Notes Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fyvolent and their two SOUS, Lowell and April 20th, at 10 a. m. The Rev.'Magid. Mrs. Ben Haimovitz was ... Safer officiated. Many out ifappointed as senior advisor. town guests were present. The pages of a 50-year history of one of Florida's' leading depart inent stores were turned back at a Israel Sisterhood sponsored a raid parly Sunday night at Schwartzberg hall, with -Mrs. II. erg as hostess. The affair t a success, Delicious refreshments were served by th -eS. Mrs. M. Friedman of St. Augustine returned home Sunday after spending three weeks in Orlando as golden jubilee dinner party tenBuzzy, have just returned from a the guest of her daughter and Bonjdered Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas Fritrip to West Palm Beach, where Mr. and Mrs. M. Safer. day evening at the llillslioro Motile children took an active part in tel as Governor Sholtz, Mayor the -tale music contest Master Mrs. I. Rosenbaum and daughChancey, Postmaster Wall, Colector of Customs Angle and other guests met with 400 executives and Mr. qndovsetaoinshrdjuetaoinuu ter8, Misses Hannah and Caroline. Lowell took third prize in class li have returned from a delightful ,111 violin and Buzz;, led the Wilvisit in Miami and Palm Beach, employes of the Maas Bros, store kinson School of Music Rhythm where they were guests of friends, and paid tribute to Abe Maas, Beth Fl (conservative congregation) held services Friday night at 8:15 and Saturday morning at It o'clock, with Rabbi Male officiating. Band, which won first prize. Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller are reovering from an attack of the flu. Mr. Frank Sigal of Miami was a visitor in Orlando the past week. B'nai B'rith Lodge 1146 held its regular weekly meeting Monday night at 8 o'clock in the brilliant patio of the exotic gardens at the home of Joe Friedman. Many importai I matters were discussed at the meeting. A social hour lowed. The Judaic Council formed a players group last meeting as a summer activity, and the president, Mrs. Samuel Fyvolent, appointed Mrs. Ruth Silverman to head the group. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schuster of Mr. and Mrs. M. Wolfe left for New York Monday after spending the winter season in Orlando. Mr. Max Davis of Jacksonville is now connected with the Orlando branch of the Florida Times Union and is making his home in Orlando at present. folTreasure Island have returned from a vacation in Havana, Cuba. Tampa Notes Bctn Israel (reform congregaThe Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid lion) had regular Friday night Society of the B"nai Israel congre%  ervices at the temple, with Presgation are congratulating idem Cy Argintar officiating. Rev. Frank Hausner on founder of the store in IHSti. A gold mounted cane and a gold tea service were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Maas from the executives and employes as an expression of their devotion and loyalty to the i stablishment's founder. Mr. Jerome Waterman, manager of the store, acted as toast master for the occasion. The Junior Daughters of Israel held a meeting last week in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Due to the absence of the president, the meeting was presided over by Miss Clara Kramer, first vice-president. Detailed plans for the Mothers' Day services to be held Friday night. May 8th, in the Jacksonville Jewish center were made. The opening prayer will be Offered byMiss Edith Wolfson; a speech will be made by Miss Edith Weiss with Rabbi M. D. Margolis' regular sermon; the benediction will be delivered bj MisClara Kramer. Following the services a hour will be held in the auditorium and all members of the Junioi Daughter; of Israel will act as hostesses. Frizes will be awarded to the oldest and youngest mothers present, and also to the mother having the most children present. Refreshments will be served by the May social committee. Various committees were chosen to make this affair one to be long remembered: Flowers. Miss Kate Sachs, chairman; telephone, Miss Sylvia Peltz, chairman; refreshments. Miss Edith I.eibo, chairman. A special meeting was held last Monday night in the Jacksonville Jewish Center to complete plans for the month of May. Mrs. Victoria Weintrauh, 420 W. Amelia ave., died recently at her home. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Joseph Weintraub; two sons, Joseph and Bernard Weintraub, and a daughter, Ruth, all of an, daugh\ Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Dora Juster of Lakeland. Mrs. ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman, her coming has returned to the city after a Atkinson gave"a"sermon7n'the"a"bhome from the hospital after a sej three months' visit to West Palm nce of Dr. Carl N. Herman, who rious operation. Also are glad for: Beach. was nut of the city. her sake of the relnion of her long lost son, who surprised her with a j Mr. M. Kress of Philadelphia has stav in the hosreturned after visiting with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and H A auditorium. At a recent business meeting of visit durin hel Temple Israel of Reform Jewish l )ital congregation, the following offiY. M. H. A. NOTES The calendar of events for the coming week is as follows: Sunday—Regular Sunday night dance and floor show at the V. M. Mrs. Louis Fondiana. — -,-# %  niv i > i i i,, ,\ i || will. Mrs were elected: President, Louis Eight young men students ot Van Gilder; vice-president, Dr. Gainesville college spent the weekBarnej B. Blicherj treasurer, S. nd at Treaaure lsla '" 1 aml T" Coldman; financial secretary, Harentertained by the same %  Hal i; Gruner, Martin Dubbin. Joseph Schupler, A. Kerman, Mrs. H. Hal. pern, representing the Sisterhood. Miss Shirley Aronovitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Aronnumber ovitz, whose marriage to Mr. Max Weinstein of Atlanta. Ga., will be next month, was honat a miscellaneous her aunt, Mrs. Manuel Over 40 guests were present and I Mrs. Albeit Bubin celeMiss Aronovitz was the recipient brated their fifth anniversary with of many beautiful gifts. A buffet ,„ el8bora te dinner at the Pennsupper was served later in the Mrs. Leo Kader of Belle j vw ,j a Hotel. Their guests were evening. Assisting Mrs. Arono| Mrs. Harry Mogule, Mr. I vitz in serving was the mother of Monday—Diamond ball practice. Tuesday—Card party at the "Y" under auspices of Sisterhood of Temple Sehaari Zedek. Wednesday—Women's night at the gym. Thursday—Meeting of Junior girls. Friday evening—Religious services at synagogues and Temple. Registration is now going on for the class in elementary and conversational Hebrew. Mr. ant


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Page Six I THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN _Friday, April -n, v.w, BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN" Rabbi Mending and Sewing for their Fellow Refugees Friday evening services, Temple firmation class and the members Israel Miami's Reform Jewish <>i" last year's Confirmation class congregation, 137 N". E. Nineteenth will take part. Bt. at 8:16 o'clock. The subject The closing exercises of Temple of Dr. Kaplan's sermon is: "A SimIsrael Religious school will take Cure for Spiritual Leprosy." place Sunday morning, May 31st, and the annual picnic will be held The Ministerial Association of on Sunday, June 7th. Further dc Greater Miami has taken a census tailed announcements will be given of all the children of the public later. schools as to their religious affil* The post-Confirmation cli iations, and have handed the cards which is the third high school class, of the Jewish children to the .lewwill be allowed this year at the anish people. nua picnic, to have their own A meeting was held at Rabbi games and prizes. Shapiro's office to look over these cards, and it was decided that all This outstanding class in the these families who are not affilcongregation will also be invited iated with Jewish congregratlons to form a Youth Movement in tin will be solicited to join any one of congregation, and to invite all the congregations. This work will those of former classes, between be undertaken in the near future, the ages of 17 and 25, and any of When our solicitor calls on you their friends that they desire, to please show him courteous attenbecome interested in this movetion. The children who are not atment. tending any religious school will Kach year the Confirmation class be asked to join one of the religious will be accepted into this Youtn schools of his choice. Movement with proper joyous ceremonies. London Clergy Seek to K n f 1)rce Sunday Closing London (WNS)—Op] the pending Sunday which permits < Jewish m rchanh to keep their establishment Sunday morning if tin on Saturday, was voiced by the clergy of Golden Green, cratic London suburb, in : tion adopted at a meeting called to take measures to enforce Sab. bath observance. Jewish girls who hav< Red Germany learn sewing, and mending as part of their training at the training school subventioned by the Joint Distribution Committee at Nieuwe Sluis, near Wieringen, Holland. Agriculture, domestic science, and trades are b. ing taught to hundreds of Jewish young men and women preparing to emigrate toother lands ol permanent refuge with the aid of the Joint Distribution Committee. Whatever these young people or their parents had in mind for their future careers they I realize the necessity of being trained j in humble occupations that will make them welcome and self-supporting in the new countries where they hope to be absorbed. S3.500.000 is needed to carry on this, and other reconstructive projects in Central and Eastern Europe in behalf of Jews during W>. DR. R. S. AKERS 1761 N. w. 361 h St. Moved to New Local inn DENTIST Closed S aturday s. Ph. 2-2181 DR. A. R. HINTERCOM. Modrrn Therapeutic!". Painltn and Bloodleta Removal of Tontilt and HeBorrhoMl, Female DiHorder*. 406 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-1914 SISTERHOOD RELIGIOUS SCHOOL | o— o o | The opening prayer was given by Jack Reichenbach, the services The installation luncheon of were read by Walter LaVigne, and Temple Israel Sisterhood will take closing prayer given by Mitchell P'ace at the Everglades Hotel the Coldman. Kaylette Smith's' birthfirst Monday in May. All ladies day was celebrated. of the Sisterhood are asked to The highest collection was in ">ake their reservations in due High School department, class 2, t ,m e. and the best attendance in Inter%  mediate department, class 5. This ""• "Concession" to Jewish Athweek's contribution of $5 goes to le,es Shown I'p as Fake the penny luncheon fund of Palestine. Berlin (WNS)—Still seeking to er fields, the German Calisthenics Association has made public a regulation forbidding the expulsion of members of local calisthenic groups solely on the ground that they are Jews. This ostensible reversal of the edict of the Reich Sports League that Jews may not belong to any German spent organization means nothing, for in the same ruling the Calisthenics Association empowered its local affiliates to oust any member without giving any reason for expulsion. Since the Calisthenics Association cannot act without the approval of Hans von Tschammer und Osten, reich sports commissar, this so-called gesture toward the Jews is widely regarded as another effort to befog foreign public opinion. Jews have long sincebeen ousted from all German sports groups, including the calisthenics associations. H A N SON ROOFING c 0 KMabliihed Since 1914 ROOFING AND SHEET METAL < O NTRAt TOR %  In All Its Braneha I .'>2N N. E. 18 h St. Phones 2 •1881-2-6582 /IIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIP. GENERAL convey the impression that Nazi E I anti-Semitism does not apply with 5 _o the same rigor in sports as in othE Mothers' Day this year will be observed on Sunday, May 10th. Jewish Book Week will be celebrated throughout the country from May Kith to 17th. A very unieiue Shabouth service will take the place of the regular Confirmation services at Temple Have You Registered? 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Friday, April 24, 1986 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Political Briefs Page Seven dcring the entire period of his residence. Tallahassee -Senator William C. 0 f this city, president of r ida senate, who last wed, speaking campaign ivernorship, today reI hi." past week's activities ,tii me satisfaction, assertfact that his meetings been more largi ii those of his oppo: II :e of his today's ngth. He now i i working down tonter of the state and portion. Hodges is basing his npaign remarks upon : past performances as ator from Leon County and not upon a platDmises, he points out, • oken opposition at • ate to sales and nuiand his fight against salaries of public ofiindicative of the watchful [ |e over the treasury which Iwould distinguish his term as gov| openly lor an adequate fed: age pension and mother's [ n for children whose father is deceased or incapacitated. lie I that maximum automobile So are more possible alon^ |ith payment of the mother's penthoilt adding any new taxes curtailing any governmental I functions if the state is conducted : ;i decently economical basis. D. ('. i' ileman, candidate for rein to the office of sheriff. which he lias occupied since Of| 1933, when he was appointed v succeed Dan llardie, states: "1 have endeavored to operate |the office on a strictly business basis, impartially fairly to every citizen, with no special privilege to any person or group. I have |orked closely with the police dejwrtments of the various municipalities in the county to the end pat their might be complete har|tnony and co-operation between my Mice and all other law enforcement agencies in the county." During his tenure Sheriff ColeIman has turned over to the board |of county commissioners more than |$.0,000 in excess fees. Sheriff Coleman recently was fleeted president of the Sheriffs %  Association of Florida, being the I'irst Dade County sheriff to be In honored. Mr. Coleman's experience as a law enforcement officer I administrator has extended lover a period of eight years. He l nas been active in civic, fraternal and religious activities in Miami Henry H. Filer FOR STATE SENATOR Subject to Democratic Primary Through the work of Henry filer, revenues have been received by Dade County from the state's general revenue for the first time In h| -'">.\ WITHOUT RAIS%  N'G TAXES. As STATE SENATOR he will he able more effectiveerve Dade County. 'Paid for by fii.n.l-i Investigation of every registrant who has not been on the registration hookfor four years is promised by t;. c. "Dutch" Kirkland, candidate for the office of supervisor of registration. This is the first time he has offered himself for public office. In doing go he solemnly promises that he will make that office what it should have been made long ago, a powerful factor in reducing the voting strength of Da le < mnty. De promi > %  that he will cause to be inve I every person who r< gisti %  > whose name has m peared on the registration tor the last four years, and by so doing will eliminate the pure 1 of lucrative jobs at the ra c for the miserly sum of SJ_ whit ;, represents their poll tax. Ah. Kirkland was born in Florida, educated in this state's public schools and was graduated from University • %  ( Florida. conduct himself in both his private and public life in a manner that befits a public office holder. Milton A. Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Friedman, pioneer residents of this city, announced aa candidate for comniitteeinan from precinct 55. Mr. Friedman graduated from the I'm. versity of Florida and i> associated with the law firm of Rasco and Moore. to serve on the county commission cards being signed by persons who in an efficient manner. Eldredge is desire to work and vote for Jerry an Episcopalian, a thirty-second | Carter. It is announced that near, degree Mason and a member of the ly 40,000 of these cards are on file Klks Lodge. at state and county headquarters, (I. A. Rollins, candidate for office of purchasing agent for Dadi County, is at the present time head of the real estate department of the South Atlantic Mortgage Co. He i%  ','.' years old. >married and has two children attending the Dado County BChools. Hi' -tates among his qualifications the fart that he has had lit years of purchasing experience. When elected he promises to operate the office according to law and he will be a representative of all the people from the most humble to the highest, and will not be dictated to by any special interests. %  % %  Edward Holt, graduate of -he Vanderbilt University Law and professor of law at the i niversity of Miami, announced his candidacy for legislature, group 1. ii" 1 has practiced law in Miami for the past I 1 years ami announces as part of bis platform: Abolition of the poll tax as a premium should not he placed upon tinprivilege of voting. The con%  %  loss of revenue can ea ily be placed by reduction of usele-s bureaus and commissions. Repeal of the slot machine law, one id" the most iniquitous pieces legislation foisted upon the people of a state. Determined opposition to the imposition of a general sales tax. Determined opposition to any ni w and additional taxes of any kind whatsoever. Reallocation of the gas tax so that Dade County will receive the amounts to which it is entitled. Adequate old age pensions. Relief of real estate from arbitrary and burdensome taxation. Abe s. Goldman, prominent lo-! rally, for the office of constable Cally, declared his candidacy rcfor the second district of Miami. Mr. Goldman was born in Jacksonville and his father helped found its Jewish synagogue, ami he served as assistant chief of its sanitary department and several terms as (ity councilman, He imarried and has two children. He is a graduate id" the public schools of Jacksonville and attended the University of Florida, lie is receiving the support of many prominent Jews in Miami. Owen Carr, candidate for the office of constable, district No. 2, has been a resident of Miami for the past 27 years. He is married and has two children. He has spent the greater part of his life in this section and numbers among his friends most of the prominent pioneers of this city. Mr. Carr promises fairness to everybody and to A. S. Eldredge, candidate for county commission, district No. .'!, came to Miami in 1920 and is a native of Orange County, where his father and grandfather served on the county boards. He is married and lives at 1118 S. W. Sixth st., and has three sons. Eldredge was county purchasing agent four years and city purchasing agent for nearly five years. He says his familiarity with county affairs through his public offices has qualified him ELECT Mi li i mi II 0. A. ROLLINS ELECT HAROLD C. C0STELL0 YOUR PURCHASING AGENT (Paid Political Advtrtfaament) Your County Commissioner [ District No. 1 (Pai.l Political AilviTtisemenO „„ minim I < OWEN CARR Candidate for Constable 2nd District. Dade County, Florida Your Vole and Support Appreciated Subject June Democratic Primary (Paid Political Advertlaemcnt) Jerry W. Carter, who, as a candidate for governor, makes an appi al to all creeds and to all classes, has just completed his first speaking tour about the state, and now .-tarts on his final appearances oil the platform prior to the primary election June 2. Mr. Carter, whose home is at Tallahassee, is a member of the Florida railroad commission. Mr. Carter was born in Alabama, but has lived in Florida nearly all of his life. In carrying on his campaign Mr. Carter has adapted from business experience an ingenious card index system, something after the fashion of the chain letter idea, the G. C. "Dutch" KIRKLAND Candidate tor Supervisor of Registration June Primary 1936 Tell Your Friends About Him (Paid Political nent) iiiimiiiiiiiiiii.itiiiiiiim Minim FOR GOVERNOR We hereby announce the candidacy of Hon. Jerry W. Carter for Governor of Florida, subject to the Democratic primary elections next June 2nd, and 23rd. 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Page Eight THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Jews Killed In Arab Riot (Continued from Page 1) risk once more the penetration into [ P \y 1 S ll N 6 WS a finished civilizatory structure, %  dim but that it asks, like other men of other breeds in other ages, only for land and life, only for the right to plant and build and be—be <> its own, give of its trifts. create its own wealth ami culture, deeply sand specimens in his collection, which forms a separate division of the Mount Scopus library. World AntiCatholiC I'riest licbukes Scmitism of Austrian Catholics that today. We must face the harsh fact in order, if possible, to destiny it as a fact. For the best parts of the world | 0 yal t<> the free democracies who arc not crowded and there are a mav permit it to accomplish these T|u or | g j na ] gore 0 f llatikvah. the dozen places where a million Jew* enr ] g by virtue of its necessary loy. Hebrew national anthem, composed from Central and Eastern Europe a i, y to its own creativity and iti, v Xat'tali Herz Imber, tinAmerOriginal Score of llatikvah Presented to University Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency) could build up a social and ecuown freedom. nomic structure of their own with farming communities like those in the Emck, with new cities like Tel Aviv, if man's inhumanity to man were ever to diminish. Let US begin at home. The area of California is 158,297 square miles. Its (Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Political Crisis •— • •"!—•. The original oi tne tamous Depopulation is between four and a j^RadOWS KlUIUlIlUI brew hymn, now sung by millions half and five millions. The meanof Jewg t ), rou ghout the world, will ican-Jewish poet, has been present ed to the Hebrew University library here. The text was found accidentally In America by Dr. William Feigenbaum, a veteran New York Zionist, who has just arrived here with it. The original of the famous HeVienna (WNS) Catholic agitation against Austrian Jewry received a severe rebuke from a Catholic source when Father Oestreicher, a Catholic priest, protested against the revival of anti-Semitic agitation. Writing in the Caiboli, paper, Erfiling, Father Oestreicher denounced the Aryan theory and the proposals for curtailing Jewish economic and cultural rights. He urged that all minorities in Austria be treated equally. Friday, A pril 24. i SJe leading American colleges and u versities, it was announced herein Carl J. Austrian, chairman of A! New York campaign of the j 0 L Distribution Committee. Telegn voicing the attitude of the Araeri! can educators were received kj Rabbi Jonah H. Wise. ^H chairman of the J. I), c. campd* Those who telegraphed were Jam, R. Angell of Yale, Hay Lyman \Y;\ bur of Stanford, Henrv \ \i„ %  • .Ma*. Cracken of Vassar, Robert Gordoi! Sproul of the University of Ca ; fornia, Frank Oydelotte of SwaA more ing of these figures will become clear when we add the fact that the area of France (including the re(Continued from Page 1) I be one of the treasures of the Schwadron collection of autographs Czechs Organize Body to Combat Anti-Semitism lems, letters written by Lord Beaconsfield and the Marquess of Reading, two of the greatest Three rounds' were fired "under dij statesmen England has known; let. ...^ .v...v.. —v <..., „„„t !" l nf thn siineriov nolice ters of Sarah Bernhardt and Ra: STSLli CJZ. tf~l one round when the crowd te, generation, and vanous re ics H flUfJUlULlUIl Ul OVl'I Oi'jUU.U.UUU, And anyone who knows continen-, W killwl H seriously ami 28 tal France well, as I do, knows' ^"My injured; 2 Arabs killed. 1 that it is a lightly populated counI serious try and that the French are justly troubled by certain d Prague (WNS)—A branch of the Intei-national League for the Defense of Human Rights has been organized here by a group of eminent Czechoslovak personalities who have pledged themselves to fight anti-Semitism and Nazi propaganda. Among the founders of the organization are clergymen, members of parliament, writers and artists. White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS lft HALF' SOLES m ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel t."ii *i iaia< AII i > i %  i*i L ii.i. [ statisticians tell us that at a comI these snots As a Precautionary paratively early time our populameasure of defense an order in tion will tend to have become static. i council has been P'^laimed emHence the settlement of several ', Powering the high commissioner to millions of industrious and intellii P ut !" r K ency regulations into op| eration. A curfew is imposed upon Jaffa and Tel Aviv inhabitants, who must be within doors between 7 p. m. and 5 a. ra. No incidents were reported in any other part of i gent human beings in California ought to be quite the easiest thing in the world. American Educators Deplore Nazi Ban on Jewish School Children represented in the division. Dr. Abraham Schwadron, formerly a Galician chemist, has made it his life work to collect the autographs, handwriting and signed photographs of Jewish celebrities of the past 400 years, and he had something like four tc Cive thouNew York (WNS)—Germany's new law excluding Jewish children from the German public schools is deplored by the presidents of 17 Announcing MY CANDIDACY Tell that to the Californians! the country." Or tell that to the inhabitants of any underpopulated country. Is j A number of Englishmen travthere any hope ? It is conceivable j eling in Jaffa for pleasure were that a hope may arise in the course injured during this morning's riots, of time, provided Zionist methods Among them were Alan Park, Jej are employed and Zionist ideals inrusalem city engineer, with his corporated; provided that the inwife and child. All traffic has habitants of the country in quesbeen halted between Jaffa and Tel tion be assured that their cities will not be overflooded with competitive traders or professionals nor their schools and universities with Jewish students, but that the Jews desire unified tracts on which, even as in Palestine, to build up a normally stratified social and economic society of their own, with its own farms, factories, schools colleges, villages, cities; that, in brief, the Jews will come as colonists and not as parasites or competitors. It may be replied that a closed group can become the competitor of another closed group as easily as an individual can become the competitor of another individual. To which there are several reasonable replies: Colonization on unused lands increases the wealth of the country. The Jews themselves will be not only heavy producers, but heavy consumers. They will be glad to begin with subsistence. Finally, as in Palestine t many will bring initial wealth with them and American Jewry will equip (this would be the great task of the J. D. C.) the needy and the young with both means and training. The World Jewish Congress, to which Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Louis Lipsky are summoning Jewish American delegates this summer, might well make it one of its chief tasks in bringing to the attention of humane men in all lands the tragic situation of the Jewisn people, to make it clear that that people, through the discipline of the Zionist ideal and under the hammer of history, has learned its lesson; that it would not if it could, Aviv. Complete tranquility in both cities was reported tonight, as well as in the western part of the country. Do Your Duty—Register Now! '"••Mill, I II 11 I lllll II RE-ELECT CLEMENT L. THEED SEND This MERCHANT to the STATE SENATE JUSTICE OF PEACE No. .3 District I Paid Politic) imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimii Advertisement) IMHIIHHHmiHIIHIHIIIIIIIIIimilHHI,^ JOHN K. TILTON Coral (tables Progressive .Merchant Offers no political platform or promises, except a sincere desire to represent the best interests of Dade County. He has the ability, time and means to do so without hope of reward. Your Support Will Be Appreciated June 2nd (Paid for by H friend) A. S. (RED) ELDREDGE as County Commissioner DISTRICT 8 il'iii.l for bj r. j. n,l-i William C. Hodges) "Homestead Bill" Submits His Candidacy for GOVERNOR of Florida To the People of This State Subject to Democratic Primaries! HODGES is opposed to a Sales| Tax and all other taxes. nuisance I HODGES favors: Old Age Mothers Pensions—$5.00 Auto-1 mobile Tags—Taking tax off! gasoline used by Fishermen'il boats and Farmers' tractors ii| industry HODtJES stands four-square for preservation of the HOME-. STEAD EXEMPTION AMEND-I ME.NT and the enlargement of I its scope. He worked for thiif Amendment through all the Ions years of his service in the Senite and fouirht In-fore the people for its ratification. HODGES left his office. took| sound WagOII and visited every city, village and hamlet in this I State, urging the people to rat-| ify the Amendment. Paid Political Advcrtl iiiiiiiin-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim, •"'"Iillillililiililillllt iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiaii* iiini.iiiii „, VOTE FOR JUDGE A. B. SMALL Candidate for Nomination to Succeed Himself as JUDGE OF THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD June Primary—1936 Your Support Will Be Appreciated IFHHI for hy H friend) """" HI Hlllllll Hinil IIIIIHIItl'l"""'""


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Vol. 9No. 17
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1936
Price Five Ceatt
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
li? PHINEAS J. BIRON
Political Speaking
Opponents of Governor Alf Lan-
don of Kaansas say that his cam-
paign manager pulled a first class
boner by ousting Albert Ottinger
as head of the New York Landon-
for-president committee Some
even whisper that Ottingcr, one-
time Republican candidate for gov-
ernor, was ditched because certain
of Landon's New York backers
didn't want a Jew running the
how ... To counter these allega-
tions Ijindon's friends point to the
fact that Kugene Meyer, Washing-
ton newspaper publisher, James P.
Warburg, banker, and Ben Levand,
Kansas publisher, are among the
insiders of the Landon campaign
. The plan of the Friends of the
New Germany (pardon us, the Ger-
man-American League) to nomi-
nate candidates in the New York
election this November, will come
a cropper on a bill now pending in
the legislature The Nazis have
announced that their candidates
will tic listed under the swastika
symbol, but the pending bill would
ban the swastika from the ballot
. Governor Henry Horner of Il-
linois is now the number one man
f the Democratic party in Illinois
... His smashing victory over the
Chicago machine of Mayor Kelly
did tin trick Governor Harold
Hoffman of New Jersey is telling
some of his Jewish friends that
Jewish public opinion is unjustly
accusing him of Nazi leanings be-
HUISi of his attitude on the Haupt.
niiiiin case.
"n the Record
Alanson B. Houghton, former
American ambassador to Germany,
was re-elected chairman of the
ward of trustees of the Institute
fl" Advanced Learning And a
few hours later he sailed for Ger-
many on a Nazi steamer You
may remember that the institute
was founded by Louis Bambcrgcr
nd his sister, Mrs. Felix Fuld. that
' or Einstein is on its faculty
an that Dr. Abraham Flexner is
b director The usually well
informed Magazine of Wall St ret
ts that Hitler will start a
War by January 1st, when Germany
Will be officially bankrupt .
Historians of aviation believe that
one of the reasons for Dr. Hugo
Eckener's anti-Nazi views {a the
feet that the inventor of the dir-
Wole, which has given him world-
wide fame, was David Sc'nwartz, a
Jewish engineer Mhletic au-
thorities in Paris sjrfy that the
French Olympic con'mittee has
agreed to withdraw/from the Ber-
m Olympic game/ but is with-
holds
K its announcement for n
opportune momej
1)0 YUf Du/__Kegister Now!
Jews Killed
In Arab Riot
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
An older in council has been issued
empowering the high commission-
er, Sir Arthur Wauchope, to put
emergency regulations into opera-
tion as a precaution against mount-
ing racial excitement as news of
the killing of Jews by Arabs and
of Arabs by police spread to all
parts of Palestine. A curfew was
imposed upon the inhabitants of
the Arab town of Jaffa and the all-
Jewish city of Tel Aviv, compelling
them to be within doors between
the hours of 7 p. m. and 5 a. m.
The number of Jews killed as
the result of attacks upon them by
an Arab mob in Jaffa rose to ten
later, as those seriously injured
succumbed to their wounds. Al-
though it was reported that three
Arabs had been killed by police
when the latter fired their guns in
trying to halt the attack on Jew3,
an official communique issued by
the high commissioner referred to
only two Arabs killed.
The Nationalist party met in the
Arab town of Nablus and, amid a
demonstration of local youths, de-
cided to proclaim a general strike
until "the full Arab demands are
granted." The resolution also called
upon Arabs throughout the country
to join them in a general strike.
In the meantime, the political
department of the Jewish Agency
Executive maintained constant
touch with the government Moshe
Shertok, chief of the political de-
partment, visited the chief secre-
tary of the Palestine government
in the afternoon and was later re-
ceived by the high commissioner,
whom he urged to take the fullest
precautions to protect the Jewish
population.
A meeting of all Zionist parties
held here, that was scheduled to
discuss the formation of a United
Zionist Organization, was turned
into a discussion of the present sit-
uation. David Hen Gurion, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency Execu-
tive, reported upon the day's' de-
velopments and urged the Jewish
community Of Palestine "not to
submit to panic and to maintain a
strong spirit of composure."
High Commissioner Sir Arthur
Wauchopc issued the following
communique on what happened at
Jaffa that caused the death of 10
Jews and three Arabs and injuries
to about 00 others. The statement
read:
"The high commissioner regrets
to announce that disturbances oc-
curred at Jaffa this morning in-
volving several casualties owing to
false rumors, at once officially
contradicted, that Arabs had been
killed. The crowds assembled at
about 11 a. m. in the Manshe quar-
ter of Jaffa and disturbances arose,
in the course of which several at-
tacks were made on Jews. The
police intervened promptly and by
(Continued on Page 8)
Jewish News
Around the
World
Catholics to 11 ii i i cl New Church,
Gift of Jewish Family
Los Angeles (NCJC)Catholics
in the little town of Roscoe, just
north of Los Angeles, are to have
a new church due to the generosity
of a Jewish family, the head of
which is Mrs. Anne Rattier, widow
of the late Alex Katner. Mrs. Rat-
ner and her family have presented
a piece of property in Itoscoe to Rt.
Rev. Bishop John J. Cantwell of
the Catholic diocese of Los Angeles
as a site for a new Catholic church.
Tin- gift is made as a memorial to
the late Mr. Rattier, who, during
his lifetime, had become an ad-
mirer of Bishop Cantwell, due to
the batter's vigorous protest
against Nazi persecution of Jews
in Germany.
For the present the new parish
will he under the direction of Rev.
Martin Keating, pastor of Holy-
Trinity Church in Burbank, ad-
joining Roscoe. Father Keating is
now making preparations for the
immediate construction of the new
church.
Albany, N. Y. (WNS)Pumper-
i nickel, choleh, beigel, Jewish rye
and other breads common to the
Jewish table may soon be a thing
of the past in New York City. The
! Feld bill, requiring that all bread
sold in New York be wrapped in
wax paper or other covering has
been favorably reported by the
senate public health committee. Re-
quests for public hearings by the
United Hebrew Trades and Jewish
i bakers were denied after the bill
] was amended to make it apply ex-
clusively to New York City. Jew-
ish bakers claim that the law would
force them out of business.
New York (WNS)One hundred
and forty-two additional German
Jewish refugees arrived in this
country on the SS. Manhattan. All
of the emigres entered under the
quota law, which makes them el-
igible for permanent residence and
naturalization.
Have You Registered'.'
STARTING NEXT WEEK
A New Feature
The Inside-Behind-lhe-News
Fads of Washington, New York,
Paris and London headlines. The
real stuff that nobody would
dare to print.
OFF MY CHEST
By REUBEN FINK
Former Washington corre-
spondent of "The Day" and
Paris correspondent of a num-
ber of papers. A trained observ-
era man of a thousand con-
tactsa journalist who tells you
of things that nobody else
knows about.
Political Crisis
Shadows Rumania
Bucharest (WNS) While Min-
ister of Labor Nystor was announc-
ing that legislation designed to
curb the number of Jews in the
tree professions and trades is to be
introduced in parliament, the gOV-
ernn. 'tit's' tolerunt attitude towaul
the Fascist and anti-Semitic groups
in Rumania showed signs of devel-
oping into a major political crisis.
The Liberal and National Peasant
parties have called on the govern-
ment to suppress the Iron Guard
and other anti-Semitic and Nazi
organizations without further de-
lay. Since any such action on the
part of the government is consid-
ered extremely likely because it is
an open secret that Premier Georg
Tatarescu, who enjoys the confi-
dence of King Carol, is lending
open aid and comfort to the anti-
Semitic groups, the opposition par-
ties are prepared to unseat the gov-
ernment. The forced resignation
of Undersecretary of the Interior
Kugene Titeanu, because of wide-
spread indignation against the des.
aeration of a monument to the late
Premier Ion Duca by anti-Semitic
students whose activities were sup-
I orted by Titeanut served to em-
phasize the growing breach be-
tween the government and the op-
position parties. The disclosure
ilu. Nazi agents are financing Ru-
manian political parties and anti-
Semitic groups has further aroused
public opinion.
The World's
Window
" Tcrritorialism"
By LUDWIC LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
infringement on this copyright
will be prosecuted.
Do Your DutyRegister Now!
Semitic Outbreaks
In Warsaw
Warsaw (WNS)One Jew was
, killed and more than a score in-
jured in a series of new anti-Se-
mitic outbreaks in Kartczev, Los-
kow, Veilin and Lemberg. Wolf
Goldfarb, 75 years old, was fatal-
ly injured when anti-Semites ran
wild in Kartczev, near Grodno. In
Loskow a gang of young hoodlums
invaded the synagogue, assaulted
the rabbi and members of the con-
gregation and then desecrated the
synagogue. Minor disturbances
also occurred in Lemberg and Vei-
lin, near Kalisch. The Banguinary
j i iot in Lemberg in which three
workingmen were killed in a clash
with the police, created apprehen-
sion ill Jewish quarters because of
the extensive property damage
suffered by Jews. In Pryztyk,
scene of the recent pogrom in
which three Jews died, the anti-
Semites desecrated the Jewish cem-
etery.
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
New Light was shed upon Jewish
synagogal customs in Palestine
during the fourth century, A. D.,
by the discovery of the foundations
of a Byzantine synagogue in the
city of Jericho dating back to that
time.
Have You Registered?
In view of the murderous pres-
sure on our people in Germany, in
Poland, in Rumania, in all of East-
ern and Central Europe, sensible
men thoroughly imbued with all the
Palestinian ideal have argued this
unforeseen breakdown of civiliza-
tion renders Palestine insufficient
and that the old plan, so ardently
supported by Israel Zangwill, of
the opening of additional territo-
ries for the mass settlement of
Jews, should be revived. This plan
was known as tcrritorialism and
Britain stood ready at one time to
facilitate Jewish mass settlement
in Uganda. It will be remembered
that the proposition was over-
whelmingly voted down at the last
Zionist Congress over which Herzl
presided. The masses of Eastern
Jewry felt then that they were un-
willing to exchange one Galuth for
another. It was Palestine or noth-
ing.
That they were able to take .hat
point of view demonstrates, by the
way, how desperately civilization
has collapsed within the brief pe-
riod of forty years. At least a
million Polish Jews, doubtless as
devoted in their hearts to Pales-
tine as ever, would go anywhere
todayanywhere where a little
freedom and a little bread awaited
them and their children. Hence in
principle I thoroughly agree with
those who argue that territorialism
and the search for territories
should be revived. 1 agree with
them even for the sake of Pales-
tine. For it is clear that reason-
ably prosperous or even merely
self-sustaining Jewish settlements
in civilized countries could do more
for Palestine, if only by themselves
no longer needing constant and im-
mediate relief, than the starving
masses of our people in Europe.
*
Unluckily civilization has brok-
en down. The commissioner for
refugees seems to have gone up
and down the earth like Satan in
Job looking for some place of set-
tlement for Jews. None was found.
The British cabinet discusses the
possibility of letting Germany have
colonies. The Uganda offer, or a
similar one, has not been repeated.
Yet as the recent debate on the Pal-
estinian legislative council in the
House of Commons shows, there
a iv eminent leaders in England
who are sympathetically aware of
the plight of the Jewish people.
Not so long ago, it will be remem-
bered, there was talk of a settle-
ment in Ecuador. That talk, never
very convincing, has died down.
Twelve years ago I wrote: "We are
not wanted anywhere." I repeat
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Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
l''nday, April J,,,,,.,.
The Miami branch of the Ar-
beiter Ring, Workmen's Circle, is
sponsoring a Hunger dinner for the
benefit of the -lews in Poland and
Germany, to be given Sunday eve-
ning, May 17th. at X o'clock at the
Odd Fellows Hall, N. \V. Second
ave il Fourth st. The Hungei
1 is one of a series <>f affairs
given throughout the coun-
p the needy Jews of these
i jtular meeting of the
5 a Hebrew Social Club will be
'the Misses Ray
Sh (set, 621 S. W. Fif.
a 'l i -... i ..- u v
-' Ul members
tend. The dal
e givei
: e anna in ter.
i and B. Hirschficld. Prizes will sonville to reside, where the bride-
be awarded for high scores and re- groom is in business,
freshments will be served.
The next meeting of the Junior
The woman's division of the Council of Jewish Women will be
1 of hi ith ast- held at the Betl D ivid Talmud To-
be Monday afternoon. May 18,1,
the place to be announced in th
near future. Mrs. A. V,,m^.
will be toastmistress for the occa
sion and Mrs. J. N. Morris win in
-tall the officers. The Commit^
in charge of arrangements will l
The continuation class of the headed by Mrs. Benjamin I
Beth Jacob Congregation will hold and assisting her will be Mesdami
its closing exercises Sunday night M. 1- Marcus and Joe Richter
em i dren'
ireel
' -: ;' Kaminsky, a gala
" will be held on Sunday
I, at 1 Bel
I id Ti rah Hall at '
r the eve-
will be next
i .

Su i; a ill be .
laj m ing, May 24th, I
'"'' : '' week. Maj
with the i losing exei ises ii i
" nil ? and the annu
m in the evening at &
rogram of
will appear in the neai itu
*
annual food sale
red by the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Jewish Welfare Bureau,
week with Mesdames R.
H. Miles, Sam Kirstein and Sam
Halpert, was announced as a com-
suecess.
installation banquet of the
Beth David Sisterhood Was post-
poned to Sunday evening, May 17.
at 6:30 p. m. at the Talmud Torah
Hall. Mrs. Harry Oliphant is
chairman of the committee in
charge of arrangements,
The annual picnic of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation will be held
on Sunday, May 10th, which will
be in observance of Lap B'Omer
and .Mother's Day. In charge of
arrangements are Mrs. I. Rosen-
garten, chairman; Mrs. Max Wein-
berger, Mrs. Max Chertkoff. Mrs.
J. Schonfeld, Mrs. B. Hirshfield and
Mrs. \. Adelman.
Hi- e s
ciety of Florida, is I have open
lay aftern >on, April
24th, from 3 to 5 at the receiving
home, 809 \. W. Fourteenth :-:.
I will cell brate the
tenth anniversary of the opening
of the Mian i I! e Home. 'I
yeai on March Hist, 1926,
formally
the
Idren
of Dade, Broward and Moi
countii -. Dui ing these ten yeais
many cl ind helti and
cau- and lovi within it- wails.
Many ; he
ii interested,
the organization in
:- ways. The public is cordial-
the home at any
arly during the
pi ion. Mr-. Is -
1 n, chairman, will be >
following: Mrs. liar.
H tor, Mrs. J. D. McKenney,
t C. Dickey. Mrs. Virginia
B : ;. Mr-. James II. Bright,
M.s. D. S. Carrington, Mrs. Thom-
.- i avenport, .Mr-. P. G. Dusen-
bury. Mrs. Vemon Hawthorne, Mrs.
H. (i. Jones, Mrs. o. I.. Knapp,
Mrs. Mable Maule, Mrs. Cliff
Meekins, Mrs. Sidney Meyer. Mrs.
Roy A. Morrison. Mrs. I:. M. Price,
Mrs. Robert Reimert, Mrs. Martin
Shaw. Mrs. Frank Stranahan, Mrs.
Mitchell Wolf son, Mr-. Grover C.
Zaiing, Mrs. W. Hugh Combs. Mrs.
Hicks Allen Mrs. Jerome l-'easter.
Mrs. M. R. Suggars, Mrs. Charles
Fisher, Mrs. Frederick A. Batty,
Mrs. Marilyn Ilauer. Mrs. Harriet
Sharman, Mrs. Alexander Orr, jr.,
Mrs. .lame- Greene, Dr. Helen F.
Lanham and Mrs. D. L. Shackel-
ford. Members of the Coral Ca-
bles Junior Woman's Club and of
the alumnae chapter of National
Park Seminary will assist with the
serving.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller will
hold open house at their home,
2855 Fairgreen drive, Miami Beach,
Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5. All
friends are invited. There will be
no cards issued.
- o'clock at the synagogue,
era of the class an- Ruth Al-
. Harriet Gottesman, Claire
in-. April Malbin, Sylvia I.cvinthal, Seymour
will be hi
mbers an
rail on Wednesday
29th. Elections
this meeting am
urged to attend.
The installation banquet will be
on Thursday evening, May
l Ith, at thi \ Hoi Miami.
Ul desiring to attend may
i.ill Mrs. Gertrude Lear, chairman.
of
I'avid I.
for reservations. Mrs. Chertkoff, Rosenbloom will deliver the main
of the Mothers' Day tea. address of the evening. Cantor
Maurice Mamches will render mu-
elections and Mrs. David I.
''loom will j'. e music.
he exercisi s a reception will
tendi of the
lates,
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will hold one of its regular
card parties on Sunday evening,
April 2oth, beginning at 8 o'clock
the clubrooms of the Young
Hebrew Association. Host-
foi the event will be Mes-
Mi .!.- Kotkin, I. Rosengar-
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IT'S IN THE AIR
-Mrs. Saul Abenson, pioneer res-
ident of Miami, announces the en-
gagement of her daughter, Gladys
Marie, to Mr. Philip Seidenberg.
Miss Abenson graduated from
Miami Senior High school and the
Beth David Sunday school. She is
now attending the Florida State
College for Women, where she is
a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority. Mr. Seidenberg, former-
ly of New York, is engaged in busi-
ne-s in Miami.
- *
The marriage of .Miss Harriet
Louise Kantor, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Kantor, to Ernest
|A. Pilton of Jacksonville, son of
Mrs. Harry Pilton of Chicago, took
place last Saturday night at the
home of Dr. and .Mrs. Jacob II.
Kaplan. An informal reception
followed.
The bride was graduated from
the Miami Beach High school and
during two year-' residence in New
York attended special classes at
Columbia University.
Mr. Pilton attended the Univer-
sity of Florida ami the John Mar-
shall law school in Chicago.
After a tour of the state Mr.
and Mrs. Pilton will go to Jack-
day loth at
the Alcazar Hotel, has planned an
interesting pr igiam. Council
bers. their mothers and friends are
all welcome to ai end.
Plans for the fifth annual Ma
Day ii; e w,.i, discussed at
ir meeting of Junior Ha I
sab, ht'ld M.....lay night at i
homi of Mis- Sylvia Rayvis. The
evenl will take place .May 3rd I
the Loyal Palm Club. Mrs. Murry
Grossman is in charge of arrai ge
men; -.
Mi-- Anita Silverman gave a
brief report of the Donor's dinner
recently given. Arrangements
wen- made for an elaborate Moth-
er's Day program to be presented
Monday evening. May 11th, at the Harry Kaufman.
Beth David auditorium. secretary; Mrs. II.
The Ladies' Auxiliary
Jewish Welfare Bureau i
ing its annual picnic at I
' Harlow Geberer, Samuel Villa Venice, Miami Beach, on Sun
Eisman and J. Huppner. Mr. Phil- day, June nth. All members and
president of the con- friends of the organizati
gregation, will present the diplo- ul.Red ,,, nM this (i.lU. ,,
ma- II. Silverman, presi- *
of tin' Sisterhood, will give ., ,, ,
. Bertha Berkowich Lew ownei
I 'tS Oi ir. ,. ,' '.
.. ... and director ot I amp \\ o i
the Sisterhood. Rabbi David I. ., ,, ..
the attention ol the pan
Florida girls to a summei
She asks:
A social houi
ness session.
followed the busi-
Al the regu a the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, held last
Mrs. Ida Optner was unanimously
led as president of the Oi -
ganization for the i u ng term.
11; her officers elected were Mrs.
Mark Max. first vice-president;
Mrs. Martin Raff, second vice-
president: Mrs. L. Harts, third
vice-president; Mrs. s. c. Myers.
financial secretary: Mrs. A. K. Ros-
enthal. recording secretary; Mrs.
corresponding
Bulbin. treas-
urer, and Mrs. II. R.
tor. The installation
Adler, audi-
uncheon will
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Camp Wohelo is outstami
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trained counsellors. Remember,
Camp Wohelo's Quota is fifty
camper- and a number of
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ST PETERSBURG
RABKI A. s. KLEINPELD
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative
ORLANDO
BRSi B. S. COHEN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Representative
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FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1936
Vol. 9No. 17
Do Not Regret
Von know, I had it in mind all the lime, and forgot to
do it." What more pitiahle excuse can he offered than that
when it comes to a question involving the citizenship of a
man or woman. And yet, we fear, that will he Ihe answer
many of our Jews will offer after April 30th. when they will
be asked. "Have you registered?"
We are happy to note that every Jew of prominence in
Ihe entire State of Florida has commended us in our cam-
paign to set every Jew to register. We are happy that B'nai
H'rith has deemed it important to urge its members to exer.
rise this right and extremely valuable privilege.
Perhaps we are a bit harsh The Jewish Floridian
has never been alarmistic in its outlook but it must face
Ihe facts nevertheless. We. the Jews of the entire country.
and in Florida particularly, will always receive every right
of an American citizen only SO LONG AS WE PARTICI-
PATE IN ITS GOVERNMENT. The ugly head of religious
bigotry un-Americanism anti-Semilism will not
be raised against us if it is known that we are American
citizens not in name alone ... but VOTERS WHO EXERCISE
THEIR RIGHTS AT THE BALLOT BOX. We do not advo-
cate regimentation of Jewish voters we do not ask that
lens vote en masse ... we do not even ask that Jews vote
for Jews simply because of that fact but we do urge that
Jews ;is American citizens act Jewish in that they will respect
nnd appreciate the rights of suffrage granted them.
Let it not be said thai the Jews failed. Let it not be
said at a time when the future of this state and its welfare
nay, the welfare of our growing children is at stake in
many of the issues which the voters will have to decide at
the polls that the Jews simply took no interest.
Once again REGISTER NOW ... GET YOUR
FRIENDS TO REGISTER .. PAY YOUR POLL TAX.
APRIL 30th IS THE FINAL DAY FOR REGISTRA-
TION.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Who shall the "Y" elect as their
next president?
May IBth is the date Bet for
nominations to select officers and
pun >||i:.\\ cii Siirj
-llt.o.)c| .won si oJJb
-.11! 1A llloj A'llliniU
uioa sun i>i 3ui
8ui.iq in [uiii.mi
n.ii-u; uo.x| aabu,
A'lHIl llo.\" )Bl|l |U8J
III .)l| I. Ul.1,11 A\.:.;
.il|l .IllJ S.Kil.l.l.llp
if you will only take it liy the hand
and lend your efforts in making it
do the right things instead of the
wrong you. too, will greatly bene-
fit by its future spahtszeerin.
It Is the duty of each and every
member of the "Y" to see to it
that your dues are up to date, so
that you may be in a position to
do your part in electing the proper
men to tarry on the fine wink of
this organization.
The officers and directors who
have served the "Y" in the past
have benefited considerably by the
experience received. Many of them
are in a position to serve the "Y"
again and therefore should be
given first consideration in the
coming nominations. Personal
friendship should be set aside when
selecting a candidate and put some
individual to the fore who will car-
ry the ideals of our members
through to its fullest realization.
Jus I ice of the Peace Clement L.
Theed, who this year seeks a third
term as justice in district ''. came
to Miami more than 25 years ago,
ami evei since that time has been
active in the political and social
life of the community, especially
that around Coconut Grove.
He attended public schools here,
graduated from the Univei'Bit) i
Florida, and was admitted '
bar in 1925.
Justice Theed, whose election
twice marks his popularity with
his constituency, is married and
has three children, two of whom
i attending Dad< County schools.
Judge A. II. Small announces his
candidacy for nomination to suc-
ceed himself, subject to the June
primaries, as judge of the civil
court of record.
A native of Kentucky, Judge
Small moved to Florida in his early
youth and, upon reaching matur-
ity, was admitted to the bar of
this state and established a law
practice ill Lake City. Since 1919
he has been a resident of Miami.
Judge Small holds a commission
of major, retired, in Florida na-
tional guard. He is a Mason,
Sbriner and president of Dade
County Federation of Improvement
Clubs and of Riverside Improve-
ment Association.
be the niece and nephew of William
Fox, former movie magnate .
Eddie Cantor showed himself a
real spurt when he promised to see
that the Missouri farm boy who
won the Cantor peace contest with
H plagiarized ess:iy gets ;i college
education anyhow.
lid-Kits
Overheard two ladies at a recent
Zionist meeting One asked:
"What is this Biro Bidjan?" .
Answered number two: "A colony
in Palestine" "What does Biro
Bidjan mean'.'" inquired number
one "Oh, it's just some Hebrew
word," was the authoritative reply
. Klias Tobenkin, just back from
B trip that took him to 15 coun-
tries, was received with open arms
and great reaped by the Nazi gov-
ernment We understand that
he passed Up advisedly the oppor-
tunities offered hint to interview
Goering and Goebbels The
Nazi officials were extremely anx-
ious to convince Tobenkin that they
are not such a bad lot Inci-
dentally. Tobenkin is withdrawing
from all public and social activities
to concentrate on a 500-page vol-
ume under the title, "The People
Want Peace."
(Copyright. 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Jacksonville News
(Continued from Page 4)
Providence Gets Zionist Conven-
tionZionists Back World
Jewish Congress
New York (WN'S)Providence,
R- I., where the ideals of religious
freedom were first put into prac-
tice :;ni) years ago, will be the
Mene of the 39th annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization of
America on July 5th, <>th and 7th,
according to a decision reached at
a meeting of the Z. O. A. adminis-
trative committee. The committee
ited, 29 to 8, to support the
World Jewish Congress by partici-
pating in the national electoral con-
ference in Washington on June
^:;|ii and 14th, which will name the
7(1 delegates from the United
States to the world parley. The
v0te tc participate in the electoral
conference was taken after a heat-
"' debate in which Dr. A. J. Rongy,
chairman of the Zionist national
council, and Abraham Spieehandler
viced opposition.
Morris Rothenberg. president of
the Z. O. A., reported to the com-
mittee on his recent nation-wide
tour and recommended a program
of activities looking to increased
independence for the Zionist dis-
tricts, abandonment of the policy
of depending exclusively on volun-
teer workers, authorization to field
secretaries of the United Palestine
Appeal to engage in general Zion-
ist work and the adoption of a spe-
cial project to link Palestine with
the Z. O. A. The administrative
committee approved Mr. Rothen-
bcrg's proposals in general and rec.
ommended a more detailed report
for the next meeting in May.
Nudism entered the "Y. W."
meeting Tuesday night in the form
of a debate, with Mrs. Shindel, Mrs.
Kaler and Mrs. Blumberg against
it and the Misses Zeesman, Betty
Tobias and Charlotte Davis for it.
Sony, men, we lost out again.
The best argument was offered
by Miss Vivian Zeesman. who de-
cided there was nothing like new
faces to look at. Mrs. Kaler did
not deem it advisable to add the
clothiers to the unemployed list.
Married women won.
Mrs. Shindel presided in the ab-
-ence of Bea Silver and handled
the situation very capably. Little
Miss Billy Auslander rendered a
dialect reading with so much emo-
tion that it brought tears to the
eyes of many of the audience. Miss
Vivian Zeesman offered several
classical piano selections to con-
clude the evening.
Pointing to a need for honesty
in the office of Dade County pur-
chasing agent, William D. JoyOi
of Coconut Grove announced his
candidacy for that office in the
June primaries.
Joyce is a World War veteran
and has been a resident of Florida
for 17 years. He listed among his
pledges of performance after elec-
tion as follows:
"To conduct the business so ihal
no one could in any way question
my i. ethods.
"To co-operate fully with the
county > ommissioners.
"To give business, distributed by
this office, to those merchants <
farmers whose merchandise is best
and whose pi ice is acceptable, with-
out favor to anyone.
"To devote all my business time
to the affairs of this office and
no other.
"To conduct my private affairs
so as not to bring criticism oil the
office."
A Hadassah Sener was presented
by Mrs. Archie Puldu, Mrs. Leo
Rosenson, Mrs. Perry Kantor and
Mrs. Morris Haimowitz. It was
conducted as an ideal Hadassah
Seder.
Following the meeting and pro-
gram a social hour was enjoyed,
during which refreshments were
served by the hostesses, Mrs. M.
H. Witten and Mrs. Herbert Wei--.
How would you like to go on a
moonlight boat ride on Biscayne
Bay? Such an event will be held
May 10th under the sponsorship
of the "Y." A four-piece orches-
tra will supply the music for those
of yoohoo like to dance. Starting
time will be 8::i0 p. m. and you
will ride for four hours thereafter
for the sum of $1.50 cash per cou-
ple. Sales of tickets will be limit-
ed to the first 50 couples, so do not
lose any time in getting your tick-
ets. Buy your tickets either from
Boris or Mr. Schlachman.
London's Jews are Deing as-
saulted by blackshirts and defended
by green shirts. ... The green
.hirts are members of the Social
Credit Party and they have been
staging protests against Sir Os-
wald Medley's anti-Semitic cam-
paign. .
Have You Registered?
Have You Registered?
Congratulations to Dot Davis,
who was selected to represent the
"Y" at the Junior Hadassah May-
Queen frolic May 3rd at the Royal
Palm Club. Let's all get behind
Dot and help her win the honors for
the "Y."
One of the largest crowds ever
to attend a Junior Division meet*
ing was on hand Monday night to
Strictly
Confidential
Off the Record
Many New Yorkers who read
about the marriage of Jane El-
eanor Sicher, daughter of Dudley
I). Sicher, former president of the
Federation for the Support of Jew-
ish Philanthropic Societies of New
Y'ork, were surprised to learn that
Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, executive
director of the federation, per-
formed the ceremony But it
was perfectly O. K. because Dr.
Lowenstein is a Hebrew Union Col-
lege graduate' Among the chil-
dren at the Pleasantville (N. Y.)
Jewish orphanage are William Fox,
jr.. and his sister, who are said to
The monthly meeting of the ex-
ecutive board of the Ladies' Us-
brew Sheltering Aid Society was
held in the home of Mrs. M. L. Hol-
lins in Riverside with Mrs. J. Sha-
piro presiding. Mrs. H. Talisman,
secretary pro tern, read the open-
ing prayer.
The members all rose for one
minute of silent prayer in mem-
ory of the late Mrs. Reva Krass.
Mrs. A. Nabin. chairman of the
relief and loan committee, report-
ed on the Moas Chitim work done
by her committee, especially com-
mending Mrs. Joe plattner and
Mrs. Sidney L. Blattner for their
aid in distributing the prepared
foods to the needy.
Mrs. Sam Fletcher and Mrs. O.
Margol were named hostesses for
the regular meeting held last Tues-
day in the Jacksonville Jewish Cen-
ter. A detailed report of the
Passover work accomplished was
to be given.
Mrs. Fred Soforenko invited the
board to meet with her for the reg-
ular May executive meeting.
At the close of the business
transactions, the hostess served de-
licious refreshments.
take part in an amateur contest.
Miss Ann Lehrman presided as
mistress of ceremonies, assisted by
several outstanding entertainers
from Miami ave. and points west.
Legionnaire Herbert Weiss, a
leader in Jacksonville World War
veterans' affairs for many years,
was elected grand chef de gare of
the Grand Voiture of Florida, For-
ty and Eight Society, during the
annual grand promenade held last
week at Sarasota, a prelude to the
three-day annual American Legion
convention.
Condolences to the Schemer fam-
ily on the death of their mother.
Have You Registered?
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THE JEWISH PLOWMAN
Friday, April 24
pearance with Garbo._____ .__
Reginald I>enny receives the big-
gest role in recent years as Yash-
vin. .March's staunch friend.
Political Briefs
John K. Tilton, dual Gables pro-
Greta Garbo'a picture
Karenina," opening Sunday at th
Tivoli Theatre, has one of the most
"I need a person who looks like srcssjVe merchant, announced his dinatmg
a gorilla and talks like a man."
said Chamberlain Brown to one of
"Anna his assistants.
April Z4| m
Sectarian Anti-Nazi Council, ac- | which the boycott of German good
o.nling to a cable received from and services is being prosecuted
London today. Mr. Untermyer, unable to atteiii
The council, whose annual ses-.this year's session, sent a messa?
sion opened yesterday. April 19th. which was greeted with much
in the British capital, is the co-or- tnusiasn)
of 22 nations in
en-
And that's' how Nat Pendleton,
imp,. featured play f":itU!l"! in Jk Benny's .tarring " >; *
' comedy drama. "It"s in the Air." sa> ,hat he h:,< the 1abll,t3
..... Sui laj at th Severn
his
Th<- story, with a background
ial Russ it 1 rheatre. gol
V wealt ind spl< n- Bltor-
I i re nc e
Bi
candidacy for the office of state
senate. He offer- no political plat-
form or promises, exci pi a sincere
desire to represent the best inter-
ests of Dade County. His friends
y and
means whereby ai levote much
f his time to the office.
Harold C. Cosi ney, Is
lida nmiss
t 1, and is a ictive in his
fas hi
i- civic affairs. He
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Of course, dishes and
spoons don t usually run
away... thai is, unless
someone helps them (like
in hotels). But this was a
conscientious pair and
could nt stand spreading
germs day after day.
You see, in order to kill
germs you have to use
water much hotter than
the hands can stand.
And merely rinsing the
dishes in hot water is'nk
enough. So, if you wash
your dishes with soiled
rag, in water just warm
enough to be pleasant
for germs, il is no won-
der that they'll hang a-
round until they find a
victim.
For sanitary dishes use an
electric dish washer. The
hands do not have to
touch the water, so water
et a germ killing temper-
ature can be used.
See us or your dealer.
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Friday, April 24, 1936
West Palm Beach
Notes
Judge l'"'1 O'Connell announces
his candidacy for the office of
state attorney for the fifteenth ju-
dicial circuit and "in making this
announcement he makes the fol-
lowing promises:
T personally and promptly to-jpalm H,..((.h fo|.
vestigatr each homicide within the V(.ar.
jurisdiction of this office.
1
best
office.
i a,l courteous admin- and ,.i(v officiala
of the duties of this of-
STATEWIDE NEWS
Page Five
"Immediate Problems of American
Jewry."
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis con-
ducted the services and Rabbi Is-
rael L. Kaplan introduced the
speaker.
Members of the Daughters of Is-
rael, headed by Mrs. Joseph Hack-
el, [president, were hostesses to
members of both congregations.
' dau8hter Sara Ann, left Sunday'Mildred Simovits, chairman; Miss
Ulladega and Birmingham, | Raye Birnbach, Miss Florence AS
ramovitz, Miss Rae Freeman. Mrs.
..ti.tion or mis on ice. .... '""'"n'lni ami Birmingham,
0 fairly, impartially and to the colfCl^t ate th^ju. let ^ "' !"" "*" < **
liy ability prosecute each ,,,. K1"" "> justice return trip home they will spend
. within the jurisdiction of this ,,' V, n i' TT '" '"" "^ *^ "' All-
district, handling hundreds of i i
III
has returned
co-operation with other county Mr. Ben Shader
from New York.
Pointing out that the justice
court is one of original jurisdiction m.. ,
ll rience as municipal ,- ,.,,,,., *. 1OT",0M Mr- Jacob entertained at a
(MM"""1 ,ca8e.8' :""1 benefit bridge Tuesday afternoon
"' c,v,i matters, th a( h,., h ,. ,.:.lsl G
West Palm1
Dave Schwartz and Mrs. Max .lus-
ter. Social. Mis. AI Weiss, chair-
man; Miss Pearl Saalaw, Miss Syl-
via Stoun, -Mrs. Alex Bokor, Mrs.
Louis Rosen and Miss Paulyne Lei
bovitz. Relations, Miss Rose Katz,
chairman; Mrs. Fred Lebos, Miss
Rebecca Wi iss, Mrs. Lillian
ore ave. The! Schoenborn, Miss Betty Goldstein
County and Macon, lay or additional Mrs. Ben Katz, was held at the j Mm /bar, Mrs. Fred Le....., Miss
I | Mercer University, 0raD8re General H8P'tal Monday, Clarice Steinberg and Miss Dori
Ua., an.l graduated from
j of Floi ida il
1.1..11. llegl e. He has resided in
Beach County for the past
. owns his own home and
a; er.
St. Petersburg
Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fyvolent
and their two SOUS, Lowell and
April 20th, at 10 a. m. The Rev.'Magid. Mrs. Ben Haimovitz was
... Safer officiated. Many out if- appointed as senior advisor.
town guests were present.
The pages of a 50-year history
of one of Florida's' leading depart
inent stores were turned back at a
Israel Sisterhood sponsored
a raid parly Sunday night at
Schwartzberg hall, with -Mrs. II.
erg as hostess. The affair
. t a success, Delicious re-
freshments were served by th
-eS.
Mrs. M. Friedman of St. Augus-
tine returned home Sunday after
spending three weeks in Orlando as golden jubilee dinner party ten-
Buzzy, have just returned from a the guest of her daughter and Bonjdered Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maas Fri-
trip to West Palm Beach, where Mr. and Mrs. M. Safer. day evening at the llillslioro Mo-
tile children took an active part in tel as Governor Sholtz, Mayor
the -tale music contest Master Mrs. I. Rosenbaum and daugh- Chancey, Postmaster Wall, Col-
ector of Customs Angle and other
guests met with 400 executives and
Mr. qndovsetaoinshrdjuetaoinuu ter8, Misses Hannah and Caroline.
Lowell took third prize in class li have returned from a delightful
,111 violin and Buzz;, led the Wil- visit in Miami and Palm Beach, employes of the Maas Bros, store
kinson School of Music Rhythm where they were guests of friends, and paid tribute to Abe Maas,
Beth Fl (conservative congrega-
tion) held services Friday night at
8:15 and Saturday morning at It
o'clock, with Rabbi Male officiat-
ing.
Band, which won first prize.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller are re-
overing from an attack of the flu.
Mr. Frank Sigal of Miami was
a visitor in Orlando the past week.
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1146 held its
regular weekly meeting Monday
night at 8 o'clock in the brilliant
patio of the exotic gardens at the
home of Joe Friedman. Many im-
portai I matters were discussed at
the meeting. A social hour
lowed.
The Judaic Council formed a
players group last meet-
ing as a summer activity, and the
president, Mrs. Samuel Fyvolent,
appointed Mrs. Ruth Silverman to
head the group.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schuster of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wolfe left for
New York Monday after spending
the winter season in Orlando.
Mr. Max Davis of Jacksonville
is now connected with the Orlando
branch of the Florida Times Union
and is making his home in Orlando
at present.
fol- Treasure Island have returned from
a vacation in Havana, Cuba.
Tampa Notes
Bctn Israel (reform congrega- The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
lion) had regular Friday night Society of the B"nai Israel congre-
ervices at the temple, with Pres- gation are congratulating
idem Cy Argintar officiating. Rev. Frank Hausner on
founder of the store in IHSti.
A gold mounted cane and a gold
tea service were presented to Mr.
and Mrs. Maas from the executives
and employes as an expression of
their devotion and loyalty to the
i stablishment's founder.
Mr. Jerome Waterman, manager
of the store, acted as toast master
for the occasion.
The Junior Daughters of Israel
held a meeting last week in the
Jacksonville Jewish Center. Due
to the absence of the president, the
meeting was presided over by Miss
Clara Kramer, first vice-president.
Detailed plans for the Mothers'
Day services to be held Friday
night. May 8th, in the Jacksonville
Jewish center were made. The
opening prayer will be Offered by-
Miss Edith Wolfson; a speech will
be made by Miss Edith Weiss with
Rabbi M. D. Margolis' regular ser-
mon; the benediction will be deliv-
ered bj Mis- Clara Kramer.
Following the services a
hour will be held in the auditorium
and all members of the Junioi
Daughter; of Israel will act as
hostesses. Frizes will be awarded
to the oldest and youngest moth-
ers present, and also to the mother
having the most children present.
Refreshments will be served by the
May social committee.
Various committees were chosen
to make this affair one to be long
remembered: Flowers. Miss Kate
Sachs, chairman; telephone, Miss
Sylvia Peltz, chairman; refresh-
ments. Miss Edith I.eibo, chair-
man.
A special meeting was held last
Monday night in the Jacksonville
Jewish Center to complete plans for
the month of May.
Mrs. Victoria Weintrauh, 420 W.
Amelia ave., died recently at her
home. She is survived by her hus-
band, Mr. Joseph Weintraub; two
sons, Joseph and Bernard Wein-
traub, and a daughter, Ruth, all of
an, daugh- \ Tampa, and a sister, Mrs. Dora
Juster of Lakeland.
Mrs. ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman,
her coming has returned to the city after a
Atkinson gave"a"sermon7n'the"a"b- home from the hospital after a se- j three months' visit to West Palm
nce of Dr. Carl N. Herman, who rious operation. Also are glad for: Beach.
was nut of the city. her sake of the relnion of her long
lost son, who surprised her with a j Mr. M. Kress of Philadelphia has
stav in the hos- returned after visiting with his
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and H' A" auditorium.
At a recent business meeting of visit durin* hel"
Temple Israel of Reform Jewish l)ital-
congregation, the following offi-
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
The calendar of events for the
coming week is as follows:
SundayRegular Sunday night
dance and floor show at the V. M.
Mrs. Louis Fondiana.
-,-#, niv i > i i i,, ,\ i || will- .
Mrs were elected: President, Louis Eight young men students ot
Van Gilder; vice-president, Dr. Gainesville college spent the week-
Barnej B. Blicherj treasurer, S. nd at Treaaure lsla'"1' aml T"
Coldman; financial secretary, Har- entertained by the same
Hal
i;
Gruner, Martin Dubbin. Joseph
Schupler, A. Kerman, Mrs. H. Hal.
pern, representing the Sisterhood.
Miss Shirley Aronovitz, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Aron-
number ovitz, whose marriage to Mr. Max
Weinstein of Atlanta. Ga., will be
next month, was hon-
at a miscellaneous
her aunt, Mrs. Manuel
Over 40 guests were present and
I Mrs. Albeit Bubin cele- Miss Aronovitz was the recipient
brated their fifth anniversary with of many beautiful gifts. A buffet
----------- el8borate dinner at the Penn- supper was served later in the
Mrs. Leo Kader of Belle jvw,ja Hotel. Their guests were evening. Assisting Mrs. Arono-
| Mrs. Harry Mogule, Mr. I vitz in serving was the mother of
MondayDiamond ball practice.
TuesdayCard party at the "Y"
under auspices of Sisterhood of
Temple Sehaari Zedek.
WednesdayWomen's night at
the gym.
ThursdayMeeting of Junior
girls.
Friday eveningReligious serv-
ices at synagogues and Temple.
Registration is now going on for
the class in elementary and con-
versational Hebrew.
Mr. ant
S
Do Your DutyRegister Now!
Sunday, combining business and 'V\T,s Frank' Rabin Mr. and the bride-elect, Mrs. Herman Aron-
' '"" Mr, Al Esrig, Mr. and Mrs. Leon | ovitz, Mrs. ... Fondiana and Mrs.
., L. Haliczcr. Miss Cillia Rubin, Mr. | Jack Wolf.
Ml and Mrs. Rose of Clewiston GeorKe Ieklin and Mr. and Mrs.
'Pent Monday and Tuesday at Palm M.UUK., Rubin.
*ach attending the pesach services
1 Beth El Temple. They were
WeHa at the Schrebnick home.
Orlando Notes
At a recent meeting of the Jun-
I ior Hadassah, held at the Y. M. H.
A., the following committees were
appointed to serve during the com-
ing year: Membership, Miss Ruth
Jacksonville News
The Jacksonville Jewish Center
and Temple Ahaveth Chesed held
a joint Sabbath service last Friday
night in the Center Synagogue.
The two congregations were ad-
dressed by George W. Rabinoff,
executive director of the National j
Council of Jewish Federations, who
came to Florida as one of the
T M. Rickards, justice of the Mrs. L. Katz of Providence, R. I., Simon, chairman; Miss Elizabeth
Peace for the third district an- is visiting her daughter and son-in- Abramovitz, Miss Clarice Stein-
"Me* he will be a candidate for law. Mr. and Mrs. W. Berkowitr, berg, Miss Gladys Peters and Mrs.
,h' Democratic nomination to sue- and her son and daughter-in-law, Oscar Verkauf. Finance, Mrs.
'l,''l himself in the office he ha- Mr and Mrs. Ben Katz, for sev-1 Manuel Buchman, chairman; Miss speakers of the Florida Conference
Wrved for some twelve years. eral weeks. Adeline Fleischman, Miss Minnie of Social Workers, held in Daytona
A "ative of Florida, Judge Rick-
'"','' has been a resident of West Mr. and
I
Weiss, Miss Elizabeth Kirchick and Beach last week.
Mrs. Ben Arstein and Mrs. Max Zbar. Cultural, Miss Mr. Rabinoff chose for his topic,
Mrs. Nat Cohen was elected
president of the Senior Hadassah
chapter at the regular meeting last
week in the Jacksonville Jewish
Center, and chosen to serve with
her were: Mrs. Joe Strauss, first
vice-president; Mrs. Herbert Weiss,
second vice-president; Mrs. Wil-
liam Silverman, third vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Sam Kassewith, record-
ing secretary.
The other officers of the organi-
zation, now serving, will continue
for another year when the regular
two-year election will again take
place. These are: Mrs. Perry Kan-
! tor, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Harry Katz, treasurer, and Mrs.
Ira Stein, financial secretary.
Mrs. L. Bucholtz, chairman of
the nominating committee, pre-
sented the slate.
Preceding the meeting Miss Lau-
rine Coffin gave an instructive
lecture on the "Kabala," the sub-
ject of the study group being con-
ducted by the organization.
The meeting was presided over
by Mrs. Ben Stein, and opened
with the reading of the prayer by
| Mrs. L. Bucholtz. Among com-
mittee reports heard were: Mrs.
Louis Joel, penny luncheon; Mrs.
Marx Baker, University Hospital
fund; Mrs. Herbert Weiss, donors'
fund, and Mrs. D. H. Lasarow, in-
fant welfare fund, all reporting
their quotas filled for the year.
The Junior and Senior Hadassah
chapters will hold a get-together
meeting in the form of a reception
tliu latter part of this month, it
was decided. Mrs. Ira Stein and
Mrs. Nat Cohen will act as co-
chairmen of this affair.
Mrs. Herbert Weiss, donors'
chairman, announced the donors
will be honored with a banquet on
May 13th, which will be held in
the evening. Further details will
be announced later.
It was announced also that the
final meeting of the organization
for the season will be held Wednes-
day, May 20th, at which time the
installation of officers will be held.
(Continued on Page 3)


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
_Friday, April -n, v.w,
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN"
Rabbi
Mending and Sewing for their Fellow Refugees
Friday evening services, Temple firmation class and the members
Israel Miami's Reform Jewish <>i" last year's Confirmation class
congregation, 137 N". E. Nineteenth will take part.
Bt. at 8:16 o'clock. The subject The closing exercises of Temple
of Dr. Kaplan's sermon is: "A Sim- Israel Religious school will take
Cure for Spiritual Leprosy." place Sunday morning, May 31st,
---------- and the annual picnic will be held
The Ministerial Association of on Sunday, June 7th. Further dc
Greater Miami has taken a census tailed announcements will be given
of all the children of the public later.
schools as to their religious affil* The post-Confirmation cli
iations, and have handed the cards which is the third high school class,
of the Jewish children to the .lew- will be allowed this year at the an-
ish people. nua' picnic, to have their own
A meeting was held at Rabbi games and prizes.
Shapiro's office to look over these ----------
cards, and it was decided that all This outstanding class in the
these families who are not affil- congregation will also be invited
iated with Jewish congregratlons to form a Youth Movement in tin
will be solicited to join any one of congregation, and to invite all
the congregations. This work will those of former classes, between
be undertaken in the near future, the ages of 17 and 25, and any of
When our solicitor calls on you their friends that they desire, to
please show him courteous atten- become interested in this move-
tion. The children who are not at- ment.
tending any religious school will Kach year the Confirmation class
be asked to join one of the religious will be accepted into this Youtn
schools of his choice. Movement with proper joyous cere-
monies.
London Clergy Seek to Knf1)rce
Sunday Closing
London (WNS)Op]
the pending Sunday ,
which permits< Jewish m rchanh
to keep their establishment
Sunday morning if tin
on Saturday, was voiced by the
clergy of Golden Green,
cratic London suburb, in :
tion adopted at a meeting called
to take measures to enforce Sab.
bath observance.
Jewish girls who hav< Red Germany
learn sewing, and mending as part of
their training at the training school
subventioned by the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee at Nieuwe Sluis, near
Wieringen, Holland. Agriculture, do-
mestic science, and trades are b. ing
taught to hundreds of Jewish young
men and women preparing to emi-
grate toother lands ol permanent re-
fuge with the aid of the Joint Distrib-
ution Committee. Whatever these
young people or their parents had in
mind for their future careers they
I realize the necessity of being trained
j in humble occupations that will make
them welcome and self-supporting in
' the new countries where they hope to
be absorbed. S3.500.000 is needed
to carry on this, and other recon-
structive projects in Central and
Eastern Europe in behalf of Jews
during W>.
DR. R. S. AKERS
1761 N. w. 361 h St.
Moved to New Local inn
DENTIST
Closed S aturday s. Ph. 2-2181
DR. A. R. HINTERCOM.
Modrrn Therapeutic!". Painltn and
Bloodleta Removal of Tontilt and
HeBorrhoMl, Female DiHorder*.
406 Congress Bldg.
Phone 3-1914
SISTERHOOD
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL | o
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The opening prayer was given by
Jack Reichenbach, the services The installation luncheon of
were read by Walter LaVigne, and Temple Israel Sisterhood will take
closing prayer given by Mitchell P'ace at the Everglades Hotel the
Coldman. Kaylette Smith's' birth- first Monday in May. All ladies
day was celebrated. of the Sisterhood are asked to
The highest collection was in ">ake their reservations in due
High School department, class 2, t,me.
and the best attendance in Inter- ---------------------------
mediate department, class 5. This "" "Concession" to Jewish Ath-
week's contribution of $5 goes to le,es Shown I'p as Fake
the penny luncheon fund of Pales- ----------
tine. Berlin (WNS)Still seeking to
er fields, the German Calisthenics
Association has made public a reg-
ulation forbidding the expulsion of
members of local calisthenic groups
solely on the ground that they are
Jews. This ostensible reversal of
the edict of the Reich Sports
League that Jews may not belong
to any German spent organization
means nothing, for in the same rul-
ing the Calisthenics Association
empowered its local affiliates to
oust any member without giving
any reason for expulsion. Since
the Calisthenics Association cannot
act without the approval of Hans
von Tschammer und Osten, reich
sports commissar, this so-called
gesture toward the Jews is widely
regarded as another effort to be-
fog foreign public opinion. Jews
have long since- been ousted from
all German sports groups, includ-
ing the calisthenics associations.
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I anti-Semitism does not apply with 5
_o the same rigor in sports as in oth- E
Mothers' Day this year will be
observed on Sunday, May 10th.
Jewish Book Week will be celebrat-
ed throughout the country from
May Kith to 17th.
A very unieiue Shabouth service
will take the place of the regular
Confirmation services at Temple
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Friday, April 24, 1986
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Political Briefs
Page Seven
dcring the entire period of his res-
idence.
Tallahassee -Senator William C.
0f this city, president of
rida senate, who last wed,
speaking campaign
ivernorship, today re-
I hi." past week's activities
,tii me satisfaction, assert-
fact that his meetings
. been more largi -
ii those of his oppo-
: ii :e of his today's
ngth. He now i
i working down to-
nter of the state and
portion.
Hodges is basing his
npaign remarks upon
: past performances as
ator from Leon County
and not upon a plat-
Dmises, he points out,
oken opposition at
ate to sales and nui-
and his fight against
salaries of public ofi-
indicative of the watchful
[ |e over the treasury which
Iwould distinguish his term as gov-
|
openly lor an adequate fed-
: age pension and mother's
[ n for children whose father
is deceased or incapacitated. lie
I that maximum automobile
So are more possible alon^
|ith payment of the mother's pen-
thoilt adding any new taxes
curtailing any governmental
I functions if the state is conducted
: ;i decently economical basis.
D. ('. i' ileman, candidate for re-
in to the office of sheriff.
which he lias occupied since Of-
| 1933, when he was appointed
v succeed Dan llardie, states:
"1 have endeavored to operate
|the office on a strictly business
basis, impartially fairly to every
citizen, with no special privilege
to any person or group. I have
|orked closely with the police de-
jwrtments of the various munici-
palities in the county to the end
pat their might be complete har-
|tnony and co-operation between my
Mice and all other law enforce-
ment agencies in the county."
During his tenure Sheriff Cole-
Iman has turned over to the board
|of county commissioners more than
|$.0,000 in excess fees.
Sheriff Coleman recently was
fleeted president of the Sheriffs
Association of Florida, being the
I'irst Dade County sheriff to be
In honored. Mr. Coleman's experi-
ence as a law enforcement officer
I administrator has extended
lover a period of eight years. He
lnas been active in civic, fraternal
and religious activities in Miami
Henry H. Filer
FOR STATE SENATOR
Subject to Democratic Primary
Through the work of Henry
filer, revenues have been
received by Dade County
from the state's general
revenue for the first time In
h|-'">.\ WITHOUT RAIS-
n'g TAXES.
As STATE SENATOR he
will he able more effective-
erve Dade County.
'Paid for by fii.n.l-i
Investigation of every registrant
who has not been on the registra-
tion hook- for four years is prom-
ised by t;. c. "Dutch" Kirkland,
candidate for the office of super-
visor of registration.
This is the first time he has
offered himself for public office.
In doing go he solemnly promises
that he will make that office what
it should have been made long ago,
a powerful factor in reducing the
voting strength of Da le < mnty.
De promi >- that he will cause to
be inve I every person who
r< gisti > whose name has m -
peared on the registration
tor the last four years, and by so
doing will eliminate the pure1,
of lucrative jobs at the ra c
for the miserly sum of SJ_ whit ;,
represents their poll tax.
Ah. Kirkland was born in Flor-
ida, educated in this state's public
schools and was graduated from
University ( Florida.
conduct himself in both his private
and public life in a manner that
befits a public office holder.
Milton A. Friedman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Friedman, pio-
neer residents of this city, an-
nounced a- a candidate for com-
niitteeinan from precinct 55. Mr.
Friedman graduated from the I'm.
versity of Florida and i> associated
with the law firm of Rasco and
Moore.
to serve on the county commission cards being signed by persons who
in an efficient manner. Eldredge is desire to work and vote for Jerry
an Episcopalian, a thirty-second | Carter. It is announced that near,
degree Mason and a member of the ly 40,000 of these cards are on file
Klks Lodge. at state and county headquarters,
(I. A. Rollins, candidate for of-
fice of purchasing agent for Dadi
County, is at the present time head
of the real estate department of
the South Atlantic Mortgage Co.
He i- ','.' years old. >- married and
has two children attending the
Dado County BChools. Hi' -tates
among his qualifications the fart
that he has had lit years of pur-
chasing experience. When elected
he promises to operate the office
according to law and he will be a
representative of all the people
from the most humble to the high-
est, and will not be dictated to by
any special interests.
.....' Edward Holt, graduate
of -he Vanderbilt University Law
and professor of law at the
i niversity of Miami, announced his
candidacy for legislature, group 1.
ii"1 has practiced law in
Miami for the past I 1 years ami
announces as part of bis platform:
Abolition of the poll tax as a
premium should not he placed upon
tin- privilege of voting. The con-
loss of revenue can ea ily
be placed by reduction of usele-s
bureaus and commissions.
Repeal of the slot machine law,
one id" the most iniquitous pieces
legislation foisted upon the peo-
ple of a state.
Determined opposition to the im-
position of a general sales tax.
Determined opposition to any
ni w and additional taxes of any
kind whatsoever.
Reallocation of the gas tax so
that Dade County will receive the
amounts to which it is entitled.
Adequate old age pensions.
Relief of real estate from arbi-
trary and burdensome taxation.
Abe s. Goldman, prominent lo-!
rally, for the office of constable
Cally, declared his candidacy rc-
for the second district of Miami.
Mr. Goldman was born in Jackson-
ville and his father helped found its
Jewish synagogue, ami he served
as assistant chief of its sanitary
department and several terms as
(ity councilman, He i- married and
has two children. He is a grad-
uate id" the public schools of Jack-
sonville and attended the Univer-
sity of Florida, lie is receiving
the support of many prominent
Jews in Miami.
Owen Carr, candidate for the of-
fice of constable, district No. 2,
has been a resident of Miami for
the past 27 years. He is married
and has two children. He has spent
the greater part of his life in this
section and numbers among his
friends most of the prominent pio-
neers of this city. Mr. Carr prom-
ises fairness to everybody and to
A. S. Eldredge, candidate for
county commission, district No. .'!,
came to Miami in 1920 and is a
native of Orange County, where his
father and grandfather served on
the county boards. He is married
and lives at 1118 S. W. Sixth st.,
and has three sons. Eldredge was
county purchasing agent four years
and city purchasing agent for near-
ly five years. He says his famil-
iarity with county affairs through
his public offices has qualified him
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ELECT
HAROLD C.
C0STELL0
YOUR
PURCHASING
AGENT
(Paid Political Advtrtfaament)
Your
County
Commissioner
[District No. 1
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OWEN CARR
Candidate for
Constable
2nd District. Dade County, Florida
Your Vole and Support Appreciated
Subject June Democratic Primary
(Paid Political Advertlaemcnt)
Jerry W. Carter, who, as a can-
didate for governor, makes an ap-
pi al to all creeds and to all classes,
has just completed his first speak-
ing tour about the state, and now
.-tarts on his final appearances oil
the platform prior to the primary
election June 2.
Mr. Carter, whose home is at
Tallahassee, is a member of the
Florida railroad commission. Mr.
Carter was born in Alabama, but
has lived in Florida nearly all of
his life.
In carrying on his campaign Mr.
Carter has adapted from business
experience an ingenious card index
system, something after the fash-
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Supervisor of Registration
June Primary 1936
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FOR GOVERNOR
We hereby announce the can-
didacy of Hon. Jerry W. Carter
for Governor of
Florida, subject
to the Demo-
cratic primary
elections next
June 2nd, and
23rd. "... and
there arose one
out of the great
multitude of the
common people
whose name is
called Jerry.
JUST JERRY they all call him
because he is neither a lawyer,
nor a banker, nor a senator. Rut
he is the friend of man, and will
make Florida a sane, safe gover-
nor Genial Jovial .
Generous Just Honest
. Capable Sober Safe."
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Jerry the Commoner
All-Florida Candidate for
Governor
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Jews Killed
In Arab Riot
(Continued from Page 1)
risk once more the penetration into [ P \y 1 S ll N 6 WS
a finished civilizatory structure, dim
but that it asks, like other men of
other breeds in other ages, only
for land and life, only for the right
to plant and build and bebe <>
its own, give of its trifts. create its
own wealth ami culture, deeply
sand specimens in his collection,
which forms a separate division of
the Mount Scopus library.
World
Anti-
CatholiC I'riest licbukes
Scmitism of Austrian Catholics
that today. We must face the harsh
fact in order, if possible, to de-
stiny it as a fact.
For the best parts of the world |0yal t<> the free democracies who
arc not crowded and there are a mav permit it to accomplish these T|u, or|gjna] gore 0f llatikvah. the
dozen places where a million Jew* enr]g by virtue of its necessary loy. Hebrew national anthem, composed
from Central and Eastern Europe ai,y to its own creativity and it- i,v Xat'tali Herz Imber, tin- Amer-
Original Score of llatikvah Pre-
sented to University
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)
could build up a social and ecu- own freedom.
nomic structure of their own with
farming communities like those in
the Emck, with new cities like Tel
Aviv, if man's inhumanity to man
were ever to diminish. Let US be-
gin at home. The area of Califor-
nia is 158,297 square miles. Its
(Copyright, 1936, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Political Crisis
......" ..... "!- .....-....... The original oi tne tamous De-
population is between four and a j^RadOWS KlUIUlIlUI brew hymn, now sung by millions
half and five millions. The mean- of Jewg t),roughout the world, will
ican-Jewish poet, has been present
ed to the Hebrew University li-
brary here. The text was found
accidentally In America by Dr.
William Feigenbaum, a veteran
New York Zionist, who has just
arrived here with it.
The original of the famous He-
Vienna (WNS) Catholic agita-
tion against Austrian Jewry re-
ceived a severe rebuke from a
Catholic source when Father Oes-
treicher, a Catholic priest, protest-
ed against the revival of anti-Se-
mitic agitation. Writing in the
Caiboli, paper, Erfiling, Father
Oestreicher denounced the Aryan
theory and the proposals for cur-
tailing Jewish economic and cul-
tural rights. He urged that all mi-
norities in Austria be treated
equally.
Friday, April 24. iSJe
leading American colleges and u
versities, it was announced herein
Carl J. Austrian, chairman of a!
New York campaign of the j0L
Distribution Committee. Telegn
voicing the attitude of the Araeri!
can educators were received kj
Rabbi Jonah H. Wise. ^H
chairman of the J. I), c. campd*
Those who telegraphed were Jam,
R. Angell of Yale, Hay Lyman \Y;\
bur of Stanford, Henrv \ \i
.Ma*.
Cracken of Vassar, Robert Gordoi!
Sproul of the University of Ca;'
fornia, Frank Oydelotte of SwaA
more
ing of these figures will become
clear when we add the fact that the
area of France (including the re-
(Continued from Page 1)
I be one of the treasures of the
Schwadron collection of autographs
Czechs Organize Body to Combat
Anti-Semitism
lems, letters written by Lord Bea-
consfield and the Marquess of
Reading, two of the greatest
Three rounds' were fired "under di- j statesmen England has known; let-
. ...^ .v...v.. v <..., tl nf thn siineriov nolice ters of Sarah Bernhardt and Ra-
:STSLli cJZ. tf~l one round when the crowd te, generation, and vanous re ics
H flUfJUlULlUIl Ul OVl'I Oi'jUU.U.UUU,
And anyone who knows continen-, W killwl. H seriously ami 28
tal France well, as I do, knows' ^"My injured; 2 Arabs killed. 1
that it is a lightly populated coun- I serious
try and that the French are justly
troubled by
certain d
Prague (WNS)A branch of the
Intei-national League for the De-
fense of Human Rights has been
organized here by a group of emi-
nent Czechoslovak personalities
who have pledged themselves to
fight anti-Semitism and Nazi prop-
aganda. Among the founders of
the organization are clergymen,
members of parliament, writers and
artists.
White Oak Leather
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statisticians tell us that at a com- I these snots" As a Precautionary
paratively early time our popula- measure of defense an order in
tion will tend to have become static. i council has been P'^laimed em-
Hence the settlement of several ', Powering the high commissioner to
millions of industrious and intelli- i Put rKency regulations into op-
| eration. A curfew is imposed upon
! Jaffa and Tel Aviv inhabitants,
! who must be within doors between
7 p. m. and 5 a. ra. No incidents
, were reported in any other part of
' i
gent human beings in California
ought to be quite the easiest thing
in the world.
American Educators Deplore Nazi
Ban on Jewish School Children
represented in the division.
Dr. Abraham Schwadron, for-
merly a Galician chemist, has made
it his life work to collect the auto-
graphs, handwriting and signed
photographs of Jewish celebrities
of the past 400 years, and he had
something like four tc Cive thou-
New York (WNS)Germany's
new law excluding Jewish children
from the German public schools is
deplored by the presidents of 17
Announcing
MY CANDIDACY
Tell that to the Californians!
the country."
Or tell that to the inhabitants of
any underpopulated country. Is j A number of Englishmen trav-
there any hope ? It is conceivable j eling in Jaffa for pleasure were
that a hope may arise in the course injured during this morning's riots,
of time, provided Zionist methods Among them were Alan Park, Je- j
are employed and Zionist ideals in- rusalem city engineer, with his
corporated; provided that the in- wife and child. All traffic has
habitants of the country in ques- been halted between Jaffa and Tel
tion be assured that their cities
will not be overflooded with com-
petitive traders or professionals
nor their schools and universities
with Jewish students, but that the
Jews desire unified tracts on which,
even as in Palestine, to build up a
normally stratified social and eco-
nomic society of their own, with its
own farms, factories, schools col-
leges, villages, cities; that, in
brief, the Jews will come as col-
onists and not as parasites or com-
petitors. It may be replied that
a closed group can become the com-
petitor of another closed group as
easily as an individual can become
the competitor of another individ-
ual. To which there are several
reasonable replies: Colonization on
unused lands increases the wealth
of the country. The Jews them-
selves will be not only heavy pro-
ducers, but heavy consumers. They
will be glad to begin with subsist-
ence. Finally, as in Palestinet
many will bring initial wealth with
them and American Jewry will
equip (this would be the great task
of the J. D. C.) the needy and the
young with both means and train-
ing.
*
The World Jewish Congress, to
which Dr. Stephen S. Wise and
Louis Lipsky are summoning Jew-
ish American delegates this sum-
mer, might well make it one of its
chief tasks in bringing to the at-
tention of humane men in all lands
the tragic situation of the Jewisn
people, to make it clear that that
people, through the discipline of
the Zionist ideal and under the
hammer of history, has learned its
lesson; that it would not if it could,
Aviv. Complete tranquility in both
cities was reported tonight, as well
as in the western part of the coun-
try.
Do Your DutyRegister Now!
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DISTRICT 8
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William C. Hodges)
"Homestead Bill"
Submits His Candidacy for
GOVERNOR
of Florida
To the People of This State
Subject to Democratic Primaries!
HODGES is opposed to a Sales|
Tax and all other
taxes.
nuisance I
HODGES favors: Old Age
Mothers Pensions$5.00 Auto-1
mobile TagsTaking tax off!
gasoline used by Fishermen'il
boats and Farmers' tractors ii|
industry
HODtJES stands four-square for
preservation of the HOME-.
STEAD EXEMPTION AMEND-I
ME.NT and the enlargement of I
its scope. He worked for thiif
Amendment through all the Ions
years of his service in the Sen-
ite and fouirht In-fore the people
for its ratification.
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JUDGE A. B. SMALL
Candidate for Nomination to
Succeed Himself as
JUDGE OF THE
CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
June Primary1936
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