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The Jewish Floridian ( May 1, 1936 )

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* 'Jewish Floridi&m \s Comma r/he Jewish HJmSty 3AJL $Juxrijtdk Vd&siSkSU$ /# Vol. 9—No. 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1936 Price Five CeaU Jewish News Around the World | nioii Publishes New Book Dealing With Famed Jewish Men Palestine Rebuilds Strictly Despite Riots Confidential The lives and achievements of great figures in Jewish history, from .lochanan ben Zakkai up to and including Isaac M. Wise, have been re-created by Betty Kalisher, of Baltimore, in her new book, "Watchmen of the Night," which has just been published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Cincinnati. This book is designed primarily for children. Historically accurate and closely analytical, her characters, nevertheless, are portrayed as living personalities moving through real events and in true situations. Jerusalem, April 2ti (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The Arab political parties of Palestine, decided unanimously to institute a general strike that would be prosecuted until the Palestine government grants the three principal demands of the Tidbits From Everywhere Arab Chiefs Order Strikes The World's Window By PHINEA8 J. BIRON Frankly Speaking Nazi emissaries in this country have sold a number of important Arabs. These demands are: Stop"**'*' on the i,,ea of or ar page of Jewish immigration; a ban mn "<>**•' organization „ ,u„ --I „* I„J i i to fight Communism." This on the sale of land to Jews, and -i_ ..ii. i ,. i new organization will really be a the establishment in Palestine of ., ... cloak for .Nazi propaganda a national government. A central ... ... ... % %  i i Don t put any stock in the rumors committee was immediatelv select., .„ I nil* I .HI uin.o I nhmnn % > • 11 in.' nil ed to co-ordinate the activities in the general strike. This committhat Governor Lehman will not be a candidate again It"s in the Month of Mourning Proclaimed for Palestine Jews Jerusalem, April 24 (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The Chief Rabbinate of Palestine today proclaimed u month of mourning for the entire Jewish population of Palestine. This period of mourning was proclaimed in memory of the victims of the disturbances in Jaffa. tlie general strike. 1 nis commit, ,. ,. „ .... i bag for him to announce his canditee includes Haj Amin Al Musseim, ,. „,„-..,, dacy at the proper tune Dr. Grand Mufti of Jerusalem; Auni ,. ... Kid .Juh i.itUi'i' I'lill'wii nl lit 1 hi' Bey Abdul Hadi, leader of the Istaqlal, the Independence Party, and the Director of the Arab Bank. The proclamation calling upon all Palestine Arabs to join the general strike is signed by every outstanding Arab leader, inRudolph I.eitner, counselor of the German embassy in Washington, ; was recalled to Berlin as the result of some anti-Nazi shenanigins engaged in by a couple of United States senators at a party thrown by Ambassador Luther One of every outstanding Aral) leader, in, ,. „ ,. „ ... ,.,. .. the senators, Barkley of Kentucky, eluding Hussein Khalidi, Mavor of %  „ ... is said to have picked up a pickle, Jerusalem Haj Amin Husseini u |mder hjs nose to cmulatc will be the directing head of the g,^^, mui|Uche am| then Rave strike, it is understood. A number of Arabs urged against Head of Sentinels of Republic Resigns Public Office Under Fire; Jew Succeeds Him Hitler's' mustache and then gave the Nazi salute David Wein. traub is conducting the survey of adoption of the general strike proj the Works Progress Administraposal on the ground that the strike tion, which will be the basis of the was doing serious damage to Arab New Deal's permanent unemploytrade and promoting Jewish trade, j ment relief program. The oppositionists yielded to the majority and agreed to join in the general strike until all Arab de-' Al 01 e0D,< mauds are granted. Carlos Israel, son of the late ,, .. ,. Mrs. Belle Moskowitz, Al Smith's Most Aral) shops m Palestine are ... 1 .,..,*, t...i 1..I%  >.< KViuwiniur 'ill hell Boston (WNS)— Threatened with dismissal because of disclosures that he had engaged in anti-Semitic propaganda, Alexander Lincoln, nt of the Sentinels of the an anti-New Deal organilation, resigned from the State of Tax Appeals. Mr. Linl previously been under fire Ml urges of granting excessive atementa and Oov. James Cm j was planning to remove him from office. Charges of antim were added and Lincoln quit in order to escape dismissal. Governor Curley then announced that Abraham Webber, member of the State Public Utility Commission, would be given the place left vacant by Lincoln's resignation. Mr. Lincoln, who is a Republican, also withdrew his candidacy for the Republican state pre-primary con'i in order that the people should "know that the Republican Party has no place for racial and religious prejudice." a letter accompanying his resignation, Lincoln said "I have always respected the Jewish people, their history, their ideals and their marvelous story of the huRUMlitiea of life. My sole intention ln that letter (in which he said ,n t "tha Jewish threat is a real ne) was to refer to those persons of Jewish racial origin conspicu" Us '.v active in the Communistic movement, and to persons of that ""gin and of strong socialistic convictions prominently associated with our present Federal administration." shut, it reported in an official gov eminent communique, which stated that there is little movement in the Arab districts. The general situation is quiet, the governmen reported. Five small fires were set on Jewish property in Nazareth brain truster, is expecting an heir Rabbi Isaac Marcusson of Macoii, Ga., was the fellow who started the fad of cutting figures out of soap But he didn't get a dime for his idea The world's most expert lip reader is Ellis Lit, on Jewish property m !" Philadelphia departT 1 ^ r'T that th^ "-" •* Lits Ellas is stone the report stated, add,,,, hat they ^^ bogg rf t|u wee quickly extinguished. L ongchamp8 restaurants, recently Shots werefired at the Jewish made a big killing on the races and settlement of Kfar Vavitz in the can well afford to accelerate the Sharon Valley last night. Two discarding of all his German dishes Arabs were arrested for stoning Rabbi Abraham Feinberg of Jewish-owned vehicles on the highNow York predicted two weeks ago that the killer of Nancy Titlerton would turn out to be a psychopathic criminal One of the coming figures in Jewish communal life is Ira Hirschmann, vice-president of Saks Fifth Avenue and chairman of the $350,000 campaign for the University In Exile. New York (WNS)—Nothing has happened in Palestine which in any way has swerved the Jewish com, munity there from its work in the : rebuilding of the country, but on | the contrary, the situation requires of all Jews everywhere an extension of effort on behalf of Palestine so that far greater numbers of Jews can be settled in the Jewish homeland. This was the gist of direct word from Jerusalem on the present disturbed situation in Palestine conveyed to a group of leaders of American Jewry by David ben Gurion, chairman of the Executive of the Jewish Agency, in a trans-oceanica telephone conversation. The conversation was held in the office of the Zionist Organization of America, with Morris Rothenberg, president. Dr. Stephen S. Wise, and Zalman Rubashov speaking to Ben Gurion. The latter urged American Jews to avoid exaggeration of the scope of the disturbances and added that the heroism, self-restraint and discipline of the Jewish community under attack were a source of pride to the Agency Executive. The telephonic conversation was followed by a meeting of the emergency committee created to deal with the situation growing [ out of the Palestine disturbances. The committee issued a statement calling upon the Jews of America "to give concrete expression to their sentiment of sympathy and BUpport by immediately making available for transmission to Palestine the largest possible portion of the quota of the United Palestine Appeal. Through this instrumentality, the 1 efforts of the Jewish Agency for Palestine to maintain and extend the Jewish position will be strengthened. 'Religion and Social Justice" By LUDWIG l.EWISOHN This column is copyrighted by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any infringement on this copyright will be prosecuted. MacDonald Given Gottheil Medal way. Stronger government action in connection with fires set in Jewish settlements in the Valley of Jesreel was sought by Moshe Shertok, chief of the political department „f the Jewish Agency for Palesline, accompanied by Bernard Joseph, former Montreal lawyer, who is now the Legal Advise, of the Transatlantic *" '" "**?£ T'-Tat NTLife Yi 1 532 \Z tckThey also met with o ...ial. at ^Xg with Jewish agricultural police headquarter, to discus. th Jr*". ., ,„,. s „ vi( „ Union J arson C8S, S ha. appeared in London London Reports reaching here from Arab f j nam ia | circles are expecting insources of an Arab demonstration flat j (in j n Germany any day ... A held this afternoon at Tulkarm, nunluer 0 f German marks bearing Arab town, state that eight Arabs : (h) su|m num ber have turned up were wounded during a violent Jn KnK i ish banks Ben Rubinclash with the police, one of whom l stein< husband of the late Conchita was slightly injured. The siutation Supe ,. v j a Spanish diva, was one of I in Tulkarm was so tense, as a rethe foun „ e is of the Doar Hayom, suit of this clash that the governj a i t st ine's' first Hebrew daily Lent has imposed a curfew upon His father is a former treasurer of the English Zionist Federation the town. \ New York (WNS)Editors of the Anglo-Jewish publications acting as a jury, have awarded the L935 Gotth.il Medal of the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity to James G. McDonald, former League of Nations High Commissioner for German Refugees. The Gottheil Medal is awarded to the American who has done the most for Jewry during the year. Mr. McDonald was declared the awardee in recognition of his services in caring for thousands of German Jewish refugees and in focusing world attention on the situation of German Jewry. The medal will be presented to Mr. McDonald at a dinner in Syracuse of the Z. B. T. alumni on May !th. Bucharest (WNS)—K i s h i n e v, scene of one of the most sanguinary pogroms in modern Jewish history, has elected a Jewish vicemayor. In the recent city election M. Ginsberg was named deputy mayor. The Reconstructionist, that always suggestive and often weighty little journal which speaks for the Judaistic philosophy of Professor Mordecai M. Kaplan, is deeply exercised over the fact that, according to a recent investigation, the clergy is in general averse from social action and has not received "the kind of sociological training necessary to qualify them to cope with problems of economic justice" and is, therefore, not "functioning." This is, of course, a most perfunctory indication of the contents of the editorial in the Reconstructionist, but it is a fair one. The reproach against the ministry of all denominations contained in it is very familiar. Church and synagogue consent to the injustices and inequalities of the status quo and are not leaders or even followers in any kind of social action. • I find it profoundly discouraging that the Reconstructionist does not rise above this most vulgar error. For of all the errors of our age this is perhaps the chief and most miserable, that action, action a tout prix is virtue. What exactly is social justice'.' What precisely is economic justice? There is injustice here. There is also injustice in Russia. There is little but injustice in the Fascist states. Rough and ready methods of amelioration must be used. True. But would it not be well if there were one small group of men who, avoiding direct sociological and economic tinkering, addressed themselves to more fundamental and more permanent issues, to an inquiry into thenature of man and into the quality of justice and led their congregants to cultivate the utterly neglected, the indispensably necessary virtues of detachment, of contemplativeness, of periodic disentanglement from the not eager the. ories and the equally over-eager palliatives of the market place? There is a kind of idolatry in all this—idolatry of machines, institutions, contrivances. It has long been known that even despotism would work if men could find a truly benevolent despot. It was known long before the formulation of Kant that there is nothing truly good in the world except a good -will—a will toward good. Man, the most perfectly devised institution with men who have no good1 ness of will and your end is no better than your beginning. Who will teach that? 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Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, May |, 1930 il. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Millicent Rubin, to Leonard K. Beldner, son of Madame M. II. Beldner, of this city. The wedding will take place in early autumn. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin entertained'wald, to Harold Cromer. the wed-! Ruth Alpert, Harriet Gottesman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort are at a reception Sunday afternoon at ding: to take place May 22nd. 'Claire Malbin. Sylvia Levinthal, | spending .1 short vacation in Hatheir residence. Miss Greenwald has lived in MiSeymour Cohen. Harlow Geberer,; vana, Cuba. The unveiling of the monuments Miss Rubin graduated from the ami for 14 years. She graduated Samuel Eisman and J. Huppner. A of the late Isaac Seigel ami his Miami Senior High School and atfrom the Miami Senior High School, feature of the evening was the adThe Miami branch of th WorkAbraham, will be held Sunda ""I* tended both Brcnau College in She is also an accomplished dancer, dress made by Rabbi David I. men's Circle is sponsoring a Hunu rnoon County G one of the few Jewish women of j Key West that is active in civ j c affairs, having served as president of the P.-T. A. and as an officer of the Key West Women's Club. A reception followed the exercises. Hall, \. W. Second Ave. ai Fourth St. A fish dinner will be serve) law from the University of Miami. He is a member of the Phi Beta The engagement of Miss Sylvia Delta fraternity. Greenfield to (ins Zoslow, soa of for a nominal charge of 50 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Zoslow, of The B'nai B'rith Lodge, No. 1024, .\lrs. Sady< Pont is chairman of Junioi Hadasaah will present ltd Jacksonville, was announced Sunwill sponsors Mother's Day pro,„,. affair, assisted by Mr. B. annual .May day dance next day by the bride-elect's mother, gram Sunday evening, May 10th, ai Chertkoff, treasurer for the comI pie Israel, storting at 8 o'clock, mittee, with Mrs. B. Silver acting Sunday evening, May 3rd, at the Mrs. Anne Greenfield. R ; al Palm Club. ^ Mrs. Murry Grossman is general Mrs. Myer Ornstein entertained chairman. The event will mark the with a buffet supper and showei A "Mothers id' All Nations" program will be presented. Mr. Isaac Levin will be chairman of this at'as secretary. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz, •: %  %  : %  i V:.:::.•. • ol a Beason of social tun,for Miss Jessie Fink, bride-elect, fan", assisted by a committee of %  %  %  and Ml-S M % %  Berkowitz, s • • _.-.; ^pt An outstanding feature will recently at her home. Guests were ladies headed by Mrs. Benjamin: 0 Kl V We8t Fla., spent several i %  \ jrf^-y • the traditional selection of a Mrs. Morris St. %  in. Mrs. Max Rap'-"Vine, who will be assisted by ,!!1 vs '" Miami last week visiting | \^ [^ 7^'\\ Il lv )3'l May queen. A loving cup will be paport, Miss Gertrude Rappaport, Mesdames M. I.. Marcus, Elry fends. While here Mrs. BerkoiJ/JLfl. !" JuJl NVi^jL/jJ; presented to the winner when she Mrs. Ben I is Irs. Lazar GrossStone, Louis Gordon, Lewis Brown "•'' %  attended the district meeting is crowned queen at the coronaberg, Mrs. Joi Seigel, Mrs. Ida William Friedman and Nathan f ,,lp Parent-Teacher Association eremony. Merlin, .Mrs. E. Markowitz, Mis.Adelman. Following the program, ;i> representative of the Monroe Grossman will be assisted Lillian Wucher, Miss Gertrude Neerefreshments will be served in Kap% %  consisting of Miss ham. Miss Florence Goodman, Miss l: "' "' ll! AH member! of B'nai Belle Tanen, Miss Edna Adler, Miss Ida Joseph, Miss Nettie Ornstein, B'rith and their friends are urged i: Levin, Miss Rosalyn Daum, Mrs. Rose Fischman, Miss Lottie to attend. Eleanor Rubin, Miss Ida Keane, .Mrs. .lack Levin, Mrs. Sol Miss Rosi Dubler, Miss Schneider, Mrs. .Max Levine, Miss .... ,, with Mesdames 1. Rosengarten, Hana Mark Goldenblank. Candidates for and Miss Beatrice Peggy Greenwald, Mrs. Larry Bandell, Miss Celia Flitman, Mrs. May queen and Henry Rabin, Miss Hannah GoodM MIKotkin and B. Hirschfield as hostesses, the Ladies' Auxiliary their sponsoring organizations are: man. Miss Daisy Shaft, Mi.-s Han. 'IIZ.'-."'"' \ '''*''.* Jewish Welfare Bureau. Miss Nornah Fischer, Mrs. Louis Brodsky ma Marcus; Senior Council, Miss and Mrs. David Lazarus of WashMarjorie Riesner; Senior Hadassah, ington, D. C. Miss Belle Tanen; Beth Davis Sis* • • terhood, Miss Ida Kngler: Beth Thl Young Ju(k a „ f Miamii „ Jacob Sisterhood, Miss Marion newly organized club for girls from Blank; \ M. H. A.. Miss Dorothy thl Bge „ „, eigM ,„ sjx ( ,, n y ,. a ,, s Davis; Junior Council, Miss Gerwil ,,„,,, „ combined meetin( and trude Neham; Ladies' Auxiliary of bt ach |)artv Saturday afternoon, the Miami Jewish Orthodox ConMay 2nd, at the 47th St. Beach, gregation, Miss Gertrude RappaJ beginning at S o'clock. The group port; ( me League, Miss Myra wil servi supper to tnemb) 1 s at Goodkowsky; Theta Chi Omega,; r> 0 dock Kntertainment will be Miss Cede Alexander. | provided by the program committee in charge of Miss Adele Sootin The Miami section, Council of and Miss Claire Malbin. PresidJewish Women, installed the newing at the meeting will be the ly elected officers at a luncheon at president, Miss Celia Dobrin. the Strath Haven Hotel. Those in. I • • stalled were Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, Announcement was made that president; Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. th( i nstallation luncheon of the Harry Barnhard and Mrs. A. RuLadies Auxiliary of the Jewish bin v,ce-presidents; Mrs. Aaron Welfare Bureau, planned for the Radar, treasurer; Mrs. Lewis E. 18th of May will be post poned unRothlein, recording secretary; Mrs. til the early fa „ Tht ,.,, ason f|m Benjamin London, corresponding fo) the postponement by the board | secretory; Mrs. A. Franklin Friedof d recto „ and the committee in lein financial secretary; Mrs. Irvcharg was tnat „„ ,. kosm .,. mgrrumke, auditor. hot( ., was availallU „„ Miamj hlected to serve on the board of Beach. directors were Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Harry I. Magid, Mrs. Joseph Gala „,„„„ an(| pl eparations alt Morris, Mrs. Jeanette Goodowsky Dei „ K made for tht annua icnk and Mrs. Isidor Cohen. sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary ,. ., of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwald ^ given Sundav> Jum 14th at announce the engagement of their Bouches' Villa Venice. The public gregation sponsored a card party last Sunday evening at the V. M. II. A. Prizes were awarded fo:high scores and refreshments were served. lilt.' Mill. The friends ol the Isaac Sei/cl and his Abraham Seise), are asked to attend (he unveiling of the tombstones Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Woodlawn Dark Cemetery. ACKSONVIUK FLOUi' CHARLIE CRINEN I .'..! c = -..';rt and tub • c's : : iirportaRCt at c ( .'. i ; !>c:.I located | cJ clown-town Jacsori ..!. E.c %  KA I > eri i-owc. io!i water, i r:V o and cc&ng fan tvary bsd i. .tg ma"*esi and ir.d.vidcal rcedi AIR COttCITIOr.'CD c :;;;TA;L LOUNGE CC.'JCE SI;:? !Utc. I 6 CO"ND Hai.l. i:it!i(*iiiH ""d/ HOiiii:'" 1 Bur ditto's daughter, Miss Peggy Ruth GreenSun. -Mon.-Tues.. May S-4-6 Marx Brothers— Kitty Carlisle Allan Jones A NK.HT AT THE OPERA Sun.-Mon., May 3-4 Greta Garbo—Fredric March Freddie Bartholomew ANNA KARENINA is cordially invited to attend. • V Impressive closing exercises were held last Sunday night as the confirmation class of the Beth Jacob Congregation received their di: plomas from the president of the Congregation, Mr. Philip Liberman. Members of the class were •I Illinillinti.li LIVE FISH Fresh Caught I Fish LIVE FISH MARKET Causeway Fishing Docks I West End of East Viaduct County Causeway I'hone .1-9137 """ ibHwinuaiti :..„„ 3 May Events are here again A different sale each day Join the savings parade at Burdine's! The entire month of May has heen devoted to bringing you some of the greatest values ever! The first May Event is a sale of dresses at 4.60 each ... Be early at Burdine's on Friday and Saturday for your share!



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Friday. May 1, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three wJewisti f/lond/iiaiin FLORIDA 5 ONLY 'twill WKEKLY MIAMI PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by the JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 273 Nl w Tower Bldg. |2I s W. 16th Avcnu Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: I'hone 2-6304 Phone 2-11*1 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Maiuiitr Political Briefs West Palm Beach Notes CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAX Field Representative NOTES 7~Z7„d u. lecond claaa matter July 4, 1930. at the Pont Off lee at Miami. Florida E" r '" under the Act of March 8. 17. ST PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative "ORLANDO MRS. B. S. COHEN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLEB Representative SUBSCRIPTION Sii Montha One Year FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1936 Vol. 9—No. 18 Good Neighbors The Good Neighbor League, a new organization to furacting M M. C. as well as head ther better human relations between all elements of the | kibitzer, and a chorus of beauties American population, has made its debut. President Frank; lading abusement to the boys. iinl). Roosevelt, who some time ago projected the good neighDishing out the food were Ben • I .. L„4<:_.„ ...:., 1 ..„,.i.,i on#1 Si'rktn nm) Max S itial stages with the help of Estelle M. Sternberger. the dynamic executive director of World I'eaceways, and Patrick (allahan of Louisville, eminent Catholic layman. The most encouraging aspect of the Good Neighbor League is the fact that its board of directors is composed primarily of laymen. The two co-chairmen are George Foster Stafford Caldwell, candidate' for Governor, will bring his campaign home to Miami on Saturday night when he will address the voters of Dade County at a Caldwell rally in Bayfront Park. Mr. Caldwell. in his appearances over the state, is advocating before his listeners the same platform that he presented to the state four years ago. He says, "They I are as good as new because they have not been used." "Four years ago I advocated a system of regular and systematic auditing of all state and county departments of government. Under a system of prompt and regular auditing not only would this money be saved to the state but officials who run wild in their expenditures would be more inclined to economy and through this feature alone hundreds of thousands of dollars could be saved every year. "Four years ago I told you of the need for a complete reorganization of the state government. This need is still apparent. It is the only way to weed out useless bureaus and departments." Mr. Caldwell, in his Bayfront Park address, will discuss equitable and reasonable old age pensions, the lowering of taxes, the cutting of all governmental costs, ne and the school problem. "Incidents0 ally," he says, "I believe that I am ttend t jj e on | v can< iid a te who is advoin full regalia and join the fun. rllting the wno le-hearted support Nominations will be held May 13th of the pJan of schoo i financing instead of May 15th as previously adopted by the Florida educational stated. association at the meeting last De' comber." Tickets for the moonlight boat All candidates for State Senator Bj HARRY SCHWARTZ Fall In line and become a real member of the Y, get your dues up to dale and keep them there, attend meetings regularly, present your ideas and suggestions as to what you think best for the future interest of the Y and its members. Don't go taking a back seat if you have the initiative and character that is necessary in helping us go ahead in our work towards erecting a community center. President Alvin Grossman thusly welcomed a large audience of members and members and friends who attended last Wednesday's Stag Party. Entertainment was supplied by the Club Bagdad through the courtesy of Tom Williams, with Jack Taylor as Peabodv and Lillian Wald, who constitute a fine combination', lu y Bcn eduled for Sunday, May %  have been invited by Mr. Caldwell of prou'ressive sociological thinking and sound economic plan10th> are selling rapidly and with.to appear on the platform with him nine It is not the intention of the League to duplicate the s lU s ] imit ed to the first 60 couples at the meeting Saturday night. work Of anv existing good-will organization. Its scope IS oll l v indications point to a sellout. I The band concert preceding the fnnklv uolitical in the highest sense of the word. The LeaHurry aml get your tickets if you,address will start at 7:15 and will true will strive to inject into the hodv politic a program of Bre goingt „ „ grand time is in continue tor about ethical relations between neighbors. Under the spiritual patronage of Franklin Delano Roosevelt this League can become a most powerful factor in the inauguration of a practical program to further the principles of understanding tolerance and co-operation which our eoiftitry needs more than an>thing else at this time. store for all of you. Freight hauling charges are S1.50 per couple. the speaking to begin around 7:45. The V. W. II. A., With Bea Silver at the helm, has made definite plans to make this year's Mother's Day program full of vim, vigor and vitality. .lames G. McDonald, former League _"£ %  "ft* Mrs, S. Shindel is in charge of arrangements. This affair is open The Gottheil Medal ague of Commissioner for German Refugees, has been declared the Although an important officeholder anil a public servant for the last 10 years, this will mark X. P. I.owrey's first attempt to get an elective office— that of County Commissioner. District 8. Mr. l.owrey has been a property holder here since 1919 and a citizen since 1924. His life has been wrapped up in the building busi%  lames M. Owens, -Jr.. County Tax Assessor, paid his filing fee to the Clerk of the Circuit Court anil to the County Democratic Com. mittee, qualifying as a candidate to succeed himself as State and County Tax Assessor for Palm Peach County. Mr. Owens was educated In the public schools of this county and at John B. Stetson University at Del.and. He is a Mason, Shriner, an Elk, a member of the American Legion, 40 and 8, is a member and elder of the Memorial Presbyterian Church and chairman of the Building Committee, which has just finished o-.j unit of its present building program. He is a conscientious believer in low valuation for taxation purposes. Mr. Owens was the only Assessor in the State of Florida, with perhaps one exception, who gave the taxpayers a complete homestead exemption. Mr. Owens fought the levy for debt service from the very start and has been successful up to the present time in exempting j the home from all taxation. Mr. Owens also was instrumental through his efforts in geeting a homestead exemption allowed to a taxpayer who failed to make ap| plication for the exemption prior to the completion of the tax roll. Sir. Owens secured a ruling front the Attorney General and the Comptroller in which the Tax Collector could allow exemption. Mr. Owens seeks re-election on the grounds of his past performances in office, courteous and kind treatment to everyone and with the full realization that the people of the county who elected him are the 1 boss and that he is working for them at all times. He said today j that he greatly appreciates the confidence the people have had in him in the past and if he is returned to i office he will bear in mind at all 'times that he is a servant of the people and work for their interest solely. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kottleman and family spent Sunday at Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox announce the birth of a daughter on Tuesday, April 21st, at the Florida Sanitarium. CHEVROLET SALES REACH NEW PEAK ii ii on the terrible plight of German Jewry. He deserves the medal and the editors f the Anglo Jewish papers who selected him as the "inner are tobten undulated. One cannot refrain, however I rom h in a with more definite details later. Crowds are beginning tO attend the women's meetings just like old times and it would do you no harm to visit more often. This Sunday, as you all know, is the Junior Hadassah May Queen well as enjoying a home-made luncheon. Xew members accepted by the Junior Division are: Julia Patterson, Gladys Greenberg, Jeanette Mintzer and Ada Stein. Hyman Greenfeld as Festival, being held at the Royal Kubin replaced Allen His "services have not gone "WeWgnweo. ^ ( |u(> ^ Davigi MprMe ntvice-president, who resigned last He has been acclaimed by the ^^ftaS^atTfSK in the V ta *' ~ tort T^ ""^ from the time of his appointment until his dramatic resign* ^ ^ y(mng la(|K s w „ ap l{ on< predate your vote by marking X Thanks to Pete Silverman who along side her name. Let us all donated enough paint to the Y to ...i hahlnd Dot and nut her over 1)lint un our executive director's l. A. R. Leader Admits Spreading lution, m a Detroit — Chevrolet sales in March, 126,119 units, were the highest for any month in the history of the company, it was announced here today. A new record was set also for first-quarter sales, which totaled 272,14!!, a gain of 97,839 over the same period last year. The previous high record for a single month had stood ever since May, 1928, totaling 122,437. The largest previous first quarter record was 248,875 units in 1929. Sales of used cars by Chevrolet dealers were 165,170 in March, and 481,834 (a new record) in the first quarter. copyrighted interview get behind Dot and put her over pu j nt up our executive Anti-Semitic Canard Washington D. C. (WNS)—Cirwith the Washington Daily News. Mrs. Shepard told the Daily News that she circulated the story in a report on immigration legislation. rtith banir. If it's up to the Y there's shore new office. The Jews won a double-head r tVoing"to"be many idle evenings when the Y. M. Diamondb.all team On | and a gang of Yidlich from the One of the most active figures in public life, Judge A. B. Small of the Civil Court of Record, this year is asking Dade County voters to retain him as civil court judge, to which he was appointed in January, 1931, by former Governor Doyle E. Carlton. Judge Small—an Elk, a Shriner and a Mason—has also been active in civic welfare, principally through the Riverside Improvement Association, of which he is president. of the American Revo



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May I, 193. H Political Briefs If there is any truth to the saying that a laugh a day keeps the doctor away," the medicos will be put out of business by the riotous Marx Brothers comedy "A Night at the Opera," on the screen of the Tivoli Theatre, starting Sunday. By actual stop watch timing there are seventy minutes of solid laughs in the latest hit of the W. F. Brown, former judge of the Court of Crimes, recently announced that he will be'a candidate for the position of judge of the Civil Court of Record. Brown was appointed judge of the Court of Crimes in 1927 and served for eight years. He entered the legal profession in Miami in 1919 and for six years before going on the bench was a member of the Dade County Democratic Executive Committee. He was born on a farm near Hayesville, North Carolina, and re. ceivcd his A.B. degree from Mercer University and his I.I..B. degree from the University of Michigan. Judge Brown is a Mason and a member of the Acacia Club. If elected. Brown promises to be honest, courteous and fair. ty, under my administration as sheriff, will not be a haven of refuge for criminals of all degrees from all parts of the country. "I am in this campaign as a can. didate of all the people. No clique, group or organization has any strings on me." Merry Madcaps, which was produced for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer by Irving <;. Thalberg. The story is woven around two young, unknown opera singers, Kitty Carlisle and Allan Jones, who are perfectly cast for their parts, and the antics of the Marxes in bringing them together. From Italy, the action is transferred to an ocean liner and then to New York, where the Marx Brothers go into grand opera with a bang. In the notable cast are Walter King, who also has a fine singing role, Siegfried Rumann, Margaret Dumont, Edward Keane and Robert Emmet O'Connor. Greta Garbo's picture, "Anna Karenina," opening Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre, has one of the most impressive casts of featured players available. The story, with a background of imperialistic Russia at the height of that nation's wealth and splendor, was directed by Clarence Brown. Heading the cast are Garbo f as Anna Karenina, and Fredric March as Count Vronsky, her lover. Basil Rathbone was lured from the stage to play Karenin, Anna's ruthless husband, and Freddie Bartholomew takes over the role as Garbo's son. Maureen O'Sullivan was chosen from an imposing list of candidates for Princess Kitty Shcherbatsky, and Phoebe Foster abandoned the footlights to play Princess Dolly, Anna's sister-in-law. Reginald Owen and little Cora Sue Collins make their second appearance with Garbo. Reginald Denny receives the big. gest role in recent years as Yashvin, .March's staunch friend. Wauchula, May 1.—Grady Burton, Democratic candidate for Governor of Florida, told an enthusiastic Junior Chamber of Commerce audience in Orlando and repeated in his Ka.-t ('oast campaign this week that he favors taking the "odd cent breaks" at race tracks by means of a .-late levy to finance ti-widi advertising campaign for the stimulation of the tourist tradi. The "odd cenl I reaks" are sums amounting to hundreds of thousandof dollars which accrue to the tracks from the practice of paying out only even amounts to winners. Burton has repeated in his speeches on the East Coast his declaration that Florida's great industries, agriculture and tourists, products of the state's chief resources, soil and climate, should be promoted. The Wauchula candidate has stimulated widespread interest and approval since his exposure of the conspiracy by the Tax Revision League to control the l'J36 Florida Democratic primary through a state-wide precinct organization. Grady Burton opposes the twojob practice, the slot machine racket and paroles for pardoned criminals. He favors a definite fund for the public schools, old age pensions and a Democratic platform convention for the guidance of the Governor and the 1987 legislature. L. R. (Roy) Weston recently announced his candidacy for sheriff. Weston, a native of Florida and Miami resident for 30 years, came here as construction engineer on the Key West railroad extension. He was assistant police chief at Coral Gables until 1928, when he went with the sheriff's department, returning to the Gables as police chief within six months. "I have but one plank in my platform," Weston says. "I pledge my every effort towards stamping out the gangs which have been preying upon our residents and visitors. I promise that Dade CounDR. R. S. AKERS 1764 N. w. 36th St. Moved to New Location DENTIST Closed Saturday i. Ph. 2-21S1 When you need a Mohel and want to be sure that the circumcision will comply with ritual requirements, as well as protect the health of your child, be certain to call R A Bill B. D. MINDEL Recognized as Greater Miami's Leading Mohel Phones 2-8760—3-2270 Pointing with pride to a perfect record of having tried several hundred cases with no appeals, Judge Walter II. Beckham has announced his candidacy for re-election to that office. He has been very active in aiding juvenile delinquencies and providing more wholesome conditions for the youth of the community. He is a native of Georgia and a graduate of the Harvard Law School. He is married and has three children. He is a member of the American Legion and is well known among the religious and fraternal circle of Miami. His high standards for the juvenile court have received praise and commendation from juvenile authorities throughout the country. He is known as the children's friend and asks for the support on the basis of "one good term deserves another." purchasing agent, William D. (Bill) Joyce of Coconut Grove announced his candidacy for that office. World war veteran and resident of Florida for the past 17 years, Joyce declared there is no reason why a capable, experienced and honest man cannot operate the office of county purchasing agent as it was intended to be operated Law Enforcement Without Fear or Favor Make Your County a Clean Place to Live VOTE FOR when created by the legislature. "It is not without thought and careful study," he said, "that I have entered this race. I ), av observed over a period ,, many Stressing the need of tearless honesty in the office of county years the abuse to which this of. fice has been subjected. "I have no promises. I ,i 0 h ave several pledges, and I list them assuring myself I shall be able to keep faith if elected." BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 '"minimiriHiimiiimimiiiHiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiii uni L. R. (Roy) WESTON Candidate for SHERIFF Subject to Democratic Primarj June 2nd. 1936 VOTE FOR JUDGE ) A. B. SMALL 1 andidate for Nominal i Succeed Himself as JUDGE OF THE \ CIVIL COURT OF RECORD June Primary—1936 Your Suppert Will Be Appreciated s (Paid fur by ii friend) ruiiiiiiiiiimiu II inii.mi it • inn GEO. E. HOLT Your REPRESENTATIVE Group One He Will Protect the ;.• Interests of Dade County ,",' Subject Democratic Primary, jjj June, 1986 • I'i(! for li> II friend) Camp Wohelo for Girls KB Hilaa from Washington, D. C. 60 Miles from Baltimore, Md. In the Heart of the Blue Ridirc Mts. OPENS JULY 1st 7th Season For Information Write Bertha Berkowich Levy Owner and Director 1625 S. W. 15th Street Miami, Fla. ELECT N. P. LOWREY Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 3 And Give Dade County a Progressive. 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Friday, May '. 198fl THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Tampa Notes u. and Mrs. I,a Schoen and tabyi „, Passaic, N. .F., have reA^~ Page Five Orlando Notes turm'il B fter visiting: here with Schoen's mother, Mrs. Herman Perlmau. The engagement and approachIpg marriage of Miss Erdreich, of Ncw York City, to Mr. Paul Kir%  icin, of Tampa, has recently been jonounced. The wedding to take .(ace in the very near future. Ah-Shirley Aronovitz, daughter „. %  Mr. and Mrs. H. Aronovitz, who rill be married May 10th, to Mr. Max Weinstein, of Atlanta, Ga., was honored recently at a bridge pgrty and miscellaneous shower riven by her aunt, Mrs. J. Milchman, and her cousin, Mrs. M. W. Juster, al the Mirasol Hotel. Over 50guests attended and Mrs. Aronovitz received many lovely gifts, An ice cream course was served and dainty home made cookies. Cut v.. iv awarded to Mrs. X. and Mrs. Harry Cohen. STATEWIDE NEWS Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer, Mr. and Mrs. M. Safer, Mr. and Mrs. A. Haimovitz, Misses Dolly and Pearl Safer spent Sunday in Jacksonville where they attended the Bris Milah of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Safer. ilar monthly meeting of Auxiliary of Tim pie Sholom will take place Way 7th, at which time at ing committee will report. 20, at the Temple Israel. Rabbi David L Zeilonka, of Tampa, officer of the district Grand Ixidge of B'nai B'rith, was in charge. Louis Ossinsky is president, succeeding J. Nass. Other new officers are: %  Irving Levey, vice-president; J. j Xass. monitor; Simon Reed, secretary; Harry Pepper, treasurer; Jack Goldstein, warden, and \\ 11 jliam Sirkin, guardian; and Joseph I Rutberg, Morris Peters ami Louis Goldman, trustees, A plan to promote Jewisinuss (similar to thai sponsored by the llillel foundation), in the University of Florida and the Florida Stale College for Women was disclosed by Rabbi Zeilonka. ( Mis. Zeilonka accompanied her husband. Following the installation, Mrs. Sim,in Reed and Mrs. Louis i sinsky se ved refre ihMr, and Mrs. Simon Rted have Center, honoring Miss Hannah %  their house guests Mrs. Reed's Goldberg, national vice-president sister, Mrs. Aaron Shapiro, of of Junior Hadassah, who was lacksonville. speaker. Miss Goldberg, young attorney Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen and sons spent Sunday at Sarasota visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Collmau and family. Mrs. Leah Levine, of St. Augustine, was the visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson for several davs. of Boston, Mass., is one of the leading young Zionists of this country and reputed a brilliant speaker. She presented a picture of life in modern Palestine and of the part that thousands of American Jewish girls, through Junior Hadassah, take in the upbuilding of the JewMis Pearl Lee returned to Chicago this week after spending several months with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Goldman, North Grandview Ave. [ih homeland. Miss Mollie Mizrahi. and Mrs. Mai T. Serure, who has been tli" Ben Stein presidents of the local guest of Mr. and Mis. A. Djmal for the season, is returning to his home in Xew York City. "i Junior and Senior Hadassah, presided at the meeting. Mrs. i.a Stein and Mrs, X..' Cohen, • of Senior Hadassah, Miss ick, "i Junioi 1 lada -ah, were Friends of Mrs. M. Block sympathise deeply with her in the recent loss of her sister. Mrs. Annie Ginsberg, of Sanford. Funeral services and interment were held in Oolumbus, Ga. Mrs. Walter Akerman, president of the Orange County ParentTeacher Association, delivered a very interesting, enlightening and forceful address over the radio Monday night, stressing the needs of Orange Comity schools and appropriation of State funds lor sanitation nnd free medical attention to school children of the city and rural districts. Hannah Goldberg, national til of Junior Hadassah, I i incipal speaker at an ting sponsored by the .nip i unil Thursday evening. A| nl 30th, at the Floridian Hotel. Mi-Goldberg spoke on Zionism, lira! work in Palestine and icultural enrichment to Jewish life throughout the world. Miss Lucille Rosenberg, president of the local unit, presided. Miss Goldberg was honored at ii banquet given by the executive board at the Floridian Hotel preceding the meeting. V. M. H. A. NOTES The .nnual picnic of the V. M. II. A. will be held on Sunday, May 24th, at Temple Terrace. Many of those who participated in the last picnic, which was held last June, will doubtless be pleased to repeat this adventure this year. Arrangements are being made to supply activities which will be of interest to young and old, including field and aquatic sports. Volunteers will he welcome in helping to make this affair a success. The Sunday night dances are continuing to attract the young single people. It is hoped that as these dances persist, more of the young married couples, also the older folks, will attend with their children so that these affairs might become a truly communal meeting Place each week. The Co-Ed Club, which has just tfven a "Shipwreck Dance," which affair was a pronounced success, hold their meetings regularly each Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Every Tuesday evening at 7:30 the Boy Scouts troop holds its nesting under the direction of Scoutmaster Sol. Fleischman and Harry Kotler. Boys of Scout age Who are already affiliated with this '""T are invited to join. The diamondball ball team holds lls regular practice every Sunday morning at io o'clock in Plant Field. Daytona Beach Notes A v roast leach parti "* %  planned for Sunday night, May 3rd, Progressive Club when it met Tuesday night, April 28th at the home of Miss Ruth Epstein. Next meeting was scheduled to be the following week with Miss Elizabeth GrUS hostess. Sisterhood of Temple Israel is scheduled to hold an important business meeting Tuesday night. May ">th, in the Temple. It is spon%  soring a benefit public card party Wednesday night, May 'ith, at the home of Mrs. J. Xass. Everyone is urged to attend. There will be a community Dutch treat picnic party Sunday, all day. May 10th. at Del.eon Springs, given particularly for the delectation Of Sunday school children, it was announced by Rev. Joseph Schenker. Parents and friends are invited. There will be sports, games, cards, canoeing, swimming and a dinner party on the program. I Misses Esta Saffer, Marian Rut' berg and Marian Levey will assist in entertaining the children. l.x.J, ., .. Ill \T '" %  nek, of Junioi Hadassah, were Jacksonville News the chairmen i„,bus t L :„•. a %  listed by a commi amA novel party is being planned sed of Mrs. David Harris, Mrs. for May 3rd, at which time Mrs. II. Henry Kramer, Mrs. Leo Rosenson, VVCSt F &IlH KcaCll W, iss and Mi>. M. D. Margoli will Miss Raye Botowsky and Miss Etia act aho itess< Tl is will be 1 %  -. >' %  in the home f Mrs. Weiss in Springfield for all paid up i eri and their escorts, • i B ular moni hly m< et ing of ; l.adie: Hi brew Shelti ring Aid Society and Home for the Aged was held in the Center. The president, Mrs. J. Shapiro, opened the meeting and Mrs. II. Talisman, The last meeting of the l!l si a.-on of the department of literature of the Temple Sisterhood was held in the Temple Home. Mrs. secretary pro tern, read the openLewis S. Joel was in charge. ing prayer. Treasurer's reports, Mrs. Joel gave a play reading correspondence and reports from of a current Broadway success. committee chairmen all show prog. | ress ill the work of the organizaThe regular meeting of the extion. ecutive board of the Temple SisterMrs. S. L. Blattner was chair| hood took place Tuesday morning in the Temple. The Daughters of Israel anil tinman of the April card party given last Tuesday in the Jacksonville Jewish Center. The final business meeting for Jacksonville Jewish Center comthis season will be on Tuesday, bined forces to sponsor a novel May 19th. Mrs. P. .Newman and social event known as "A Night in Mrs. Nathan .Newman will be hostMonte Carlo," which was held esses. The executive board meetWednesday evening in the Center auditorium. Tables were provided for various card games, pokeno, bunco and other games. Valuable ing will be held on Tuesday, May 12th, in the home of Mrs. Fred Soforenko in Riverside. Mrs. J. Shapiro introduced two Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cortell, accom. panied by Herman Rubenstein, planned to leave May 5th for New York and the New England states. prises were given during the evenew members, Mrs. J. I'roctor and ning. Mrs. B. Michaelson. Representing the Daughters of Mrs. M. L. Hollins, chairman of Israel on the committee were Mrs.! the ways and means committee, reM. C. Kass, chairman; Mrs. (). Ma-. Ported that Mrs. S. Lasarow has gezis, Mrs. M. Wexler, Mrs. H. accepted the chairmanship for a Stillman Mrs. A. E. Selber, Mrs. luncheon to be given on Tuesday, Harry FinKelstein, Mrs. R. Miller and Mrs. A. Sager. A meeting of the Study Group, newly organized cultural group, is planned for the immediate future, during the week of May 3rd, either on the fourth or seventh. Members and guests will take part in an informal program, discussing current events. Meeting place and date will be announced soon. May 2(ith, at the Center ( as the closing affair of the season. The names of the committee and deThe committee representing the tailed plans will be announced Jacksonville Jewish Center were | a t e r. Max Rubin, chairman; Marx Baker, A dcliKhUu| l>vent hM recl ntlv Dave Moscovitz, I. M Lieberman ^ the wd luncheon givm in Dr. Sam Witten, Ike Witten, Mesod ^ w ndsor H(lte ten ace for Miss Bono and Ben Stein. Rose Le ibovitz, by Mrs. Abe Chepenik and Mrs. P, I. Lovitz her Mrs. Joseph Bernstein, of Bos^ who ( ntel tailu (| for the L. R. Baker of this i ity, member of the Leg and a State Attorney. can%  Palm i h County. %  "In announcing for the important office of sheriff," he said, -1 fully realize the duties and responsibilities of the position. Public office is a public trust and never becomes private property and should 1 be nominated and elected sheriff, the sheriff's office will belong to the people of Palm Beach County and I shall conduct it in their interest to the best of my ability." A native Floridian, Mr. Baker has lived in this county for 35 years. He was admitted to the bar in 1920 and is well known aan attorney and civic worker, and extremely popular with the Jewish residents and citizens. a triangle and adorned with spring flowers. A big white bell suspended overhead was connected with the table with many little white satin ribbons tied to favors for each guest. This was the first of the many parties which will honor the brideelect, and proved one of the most delightful events of the spring season. 'n an i officer mpressive ceremony, new Lod of Judah P. Benjamin S e No. 1059, of B'nai B'rith, """ '"stalled Sunday night, April Mrs. Louis Ossinsky and Mrs. 1 William Sirkin are away from 'home a few days, motoring about the state. Miss Rose Kellar, of St. Augustine, Was B visitor here this week. .Mrs. Simon Reed entertained at a party Sunday afternoon. April nith. honoring the second birthday of her son, Donald, at her home, in Emmett St. Small guests participated in an egg hunt with prises going to Harold Goldman and to Marie O'llagen. Jeannette Rutberg and Junior Goldman won pri/es for pinning the tail on the donkey. ton Mass., is the guest of her par. young bride-elect. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackel. She will remain to attend the wedBridge was enjoyed after lunchding of her sister, Miss Esther eon, and prizes at the table were Hackel and Montague Rosenberg won by Mrs. Dewey Goldberg, Mrs. on May 10th. Joe Blattner, Mrs. Ben Chepenik, Mrs. Leo Rosenson, Mrs. H. Weiss, Miss Beatrice Peiser was re-eltcMrs. Sam Witten, Mrs. C. Kass, ted president of Cherokee Garden Mrs. J. Weinstein and Mrs. E. PelCircle at the April meeting in the son. home of Mrs. Arthur Rosenthal and Forty guests enjoyed this depresided over by Miss Reiser, lightful party. Other officers, also re-elected were Mrs. L. M. Lippman, first vice Miss Esther Hackel, whose marpresident; Mrs. George Mason, secriage to Montague Rosenberg will oml vice-president; Mrs. Ed Morhe an event of May 10th, was the ganstein, secretary, and Mrs. E. P. guest of honor at a brilliant bridge liarwald, treasurer. Senior and Junior Hadassah Chapters of Jacksonville held a joint meeting and reception Wednesday in the Jacksonville Jewish liiieheon given in the Calling Hotel by Mrs. Lionel I). Joel, Mrs. Louis S. Joel and Mrs. Lewis Alfred Stein. Guests were seated at perfectly appointed tables, the bridal table and two others arranged in A special meeting of the Junior Daughters of Israel was held in the Jacksonville Jewish Center to complete plans for the Mother's Day services to be hebj fVldnv night, May 8th. The opening prayer will be offered by Miss Edith Wolfson and Miss Edith Weiss, president of the organization, will make a speech on the topic, "Wherefore Mother's Day." Rabbi Margolis will deliver a sermon appropriate for the occasion and Miss Clara Kramer will offer the benediction. Following the services a social hour will be held in the auditorium and prizes to the oldest and youngest mothers present and also to the mother having the most children present will he awarded. Refreshments will be served and all mothers present will receive corsages from the club in commemoration of this day. MisEdith Weiss has been appointed flower chairman and Miss Edith Wolfson refreshment chairman; all members of the club will act as hostesses during the evening.



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I' Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN BULLETIN ^r TEMPLE ISRAEL ^m M WL' Of Miami aaTaflaw* In 137 N. E. 19th St. --*! % %  t \i r* DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi Friday evening services, Temple Israel, Miami's Reform Jewish congregatii n, 137 N. E. 19th St., at 8:15 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan's message will be: "Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness." The following is an explanation: He who hath no worship in his soul, and doth not meet with his group to humble himself before the Creator t is unprepared to take his place in a human society. The following Vahrzeits will be observed during the next month: Fruma Freed, April 30th; Sarah Ginsburg, May 5th; Louis Kaplan, May 6th; Lipman Simon, May 7th; Hannah Coleman, May 12th; Sigmund Wolf, May 11th; Harry Kaufman, May liith; Celia Roth, May 20th; Joseph Jacobus, May 18th; Alice Jacobus, May l'.lth; Tillie Mendelson, May 19th; Israel Harkins, May 28th; Anna Ruskin, May 31st; Charles S. Apte, May 31st. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL The opening prayer was given by Marjorie Fisher, services read by Dorothy Ann Levin, and the closing prayer by Barbara Meyer. Birthdays celebrated were Bernadine Roth and Stanley Greeninan. The best collection came from Intermediate department, class l t and the highest attendance in Intermediate department, class 2. The contribution this week was §5.00 sent t" the New York Guild for the Jewish Blind. o SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood Installation Luncheon will be given next Monday, May 4th, at the Everglades Hotel, at 12::{() o'clock. Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan is our new Sisterhood president. Reservations must be ma le immediately with Mrs. Harry Nevins, 2-2820; Mrs. Jules Pearlman, 2-5509, and Mrs. Maxwell Hynian 6-1988, as number is limited, The charge i.SI.00 per person. GENERAL time to start replenishing your library at home. If you do not (eel like doing it on a large scale at present, buy and read at least one good Jewish author. If you are not buying books, borrow them from the Temple Israel Library. We have a fine collection of new novels, epics, fiction, histories— anything you can think of to give you many pleasant hours of relaxation and enjoyment. From what has been accomplished with the children in the Sunday School Library itself we are confident that a taste of good reading is all that is necessary to Start us on a wonderful adventure of reading. That iwhy we have Jewish Book Week. Read something for sure that week. After that every week will IIC Book Week for you, of that we arc sure. Make it a personal project for yourself. It will become a pleasant habit that you will profit by all your lives. From now on we will expect you as a regular patron of our Library. The Library will give a short program Sunday May 17th, during assembly. It will be as follows: Florence Coret review of Kiddush Ha-Shcm by Sholom Ash. Mrs. Levin, the librarian, will present a few children in a playlet consisting of excerpts from books that have proved popular during the past year. The Library is also offering a price of a nice, new, crisp onedollar bill to the child handing in a paper enumerating the most and best "Benefits Derived from the Sunday School Library in the Past Year." The papers must be handed in to the librarian by III o'clock Sunday morning, May 17th. All children are eligible for this con test. The best paper will be lead during the Library program in the Assembly. Mrs. Jack Schwalk, will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning at 10:30 at the Belli David Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the Bar-Mitzvah after the bey speaks. A reception in the vestry room will fcdlow. Mr. Samuel L. Hixson, famous inventor of London, England, is spending a -belt Vacation at the La-Flore Hotel. Miami Beach. Mr. Hixson has recently sold several inventions t" the English government. ..: ,, taughl at Dr. Carson's school on Miami Beach. At present she is teaching in the Lear private school on the Beach. Most of hi r work has been with children between the ages of six and tell. Mrs. Weinberg ha.a fine understanding of children and will teach art and craft work at camp. Friday, May |, ,,., A Business Man FOR State Senator Grady Burton Of Wauchula Society l following calendar and dates an t importance: May 5th Temple Board meeting. 8 p. m. May 10th .Mother'Day will be observed in the Temple at 10 "'clock in the Assembly. May 17th—Jewish Book Review in the morning. Florence Coret will review the book Kiddush lliiShem. Mis. Alfred Levin, our : rarian, will present a few chilli a playlet con.-isting of excerptfrom bookthat have proved popular in the last year, May 19th—The annual Congregational meeting, which, this year, will be in the form of a dinner in Kaplan Hall, at which time reports of the various committees anil the Rabbi, will be presented, 7 p. m. May 27th—A unique Confirmation program will be presented at 8 p. m., in which the children of this year's Confirmation class and of last year's Confirmation class will have a prominent part. May .'{Oth—Closing exercises of the Religious School. June 7th—Annual picnic. The Library wishes to remind you that Jewish Book Week will be celebrated this year from May 10th to 17th. This is an excellent Sponsored by Jewish Ministerial Association of Greater Miami, a concert will be given at the Beth David Talmud Torah Hall May 3rd at x p. m. in honor of Cantor l-adore Kaminsky. Cantor Boii; Sehlachman will be master of ceremonies. Assisting him will hi' Joe Greenberg, Harry Greenberg, I. Hartman, Mrs. Malke Tanankoff, Mis. .1. Teitelman anil Cantors VVroobel, Mamches and Berelo. Also on the program will be Irving Ginsburg. Flection of officers of be Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood was leld Monday. April 27th, at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Mis. Isadore Cohen was unanimously re-elected as president, this being her third term in this office; Mrs. .1. Schoenfeld as first vice-president; .Mrs. I. Rosengarten as second vice-president; Mrs. Charles Goldstein as third vice-president, and Mrs. M. Blutstein as fourth vice-president. The installation luncheon will take place on Tuesday, May 12th, at 12 m. at the Palatial Restaurant. Mrs. M. Blutstein is in charge of arrangements. • &f Hariy Schwalk, son of Mr. and Pert ha Berkowich Levy, owner and director of Camp Wohelo for Girls, has added to her staff of counsellors, Sadie Weinberg of Miami. Mrs. Weinberg is a graduate of the New York Training School for Teachers. She attended special courses at Hunter and City College in Xew York City. Farthered her work at the University of Florida and is now completing a special course at the L'ni. versity of Miami. Mrs. Weinberg has taught in the primary grades in Xew York City and at the Miami Beach elementary school. She has Are You Interested in BETTER SCHOOLS LOWER TAXES PROPER AUDITING OVERSEAS HIGHWAY BETTER GOVERNMENT STAFFORD CALDWELL Candidate for Governor Discuss the Real Issues of the Campaign at BAYFRONT PARK H o'clock Saturday Night MAY 2nd ^ ou ill !• Interested in his expoae of Home new political fashions. I Pi id V lltivI 4 A SENATOR I am app'yinii for the poM.i-n— As u HIT hunt I have felt the duly it enterinic the race for State Senator i. correct tl.e unjunt I unit n imp id u > in Dade County due to lark of pr

-r reprc: entation of Oade and other lartr counlim, reHuIting in the l;irr. untie* supporting more than their -hif of the State's (iovernment. InwMitfBte My Reference-, and V <> T K FOR JOHN K. TILTON nl tin June 2nd l'rimar> (Paid Political Adv. by Frltndil IT'S rjB J. Harvey Robillard m for 1 A f STATE SENATOR Subject to the Will of the --BW Democratic Voters of /' Ja, Dade County A * %  iit %  Vote and Support Appreciated i rhi* AtlvertiHement I'jiiil for liy Kriei I HANSON ROOF I N G C O i latabllahed Slnea ISM ROOFING AND SHEET ME1 Al. CONTRA! TOR t In AM Ita Bran. heal 328 N. K. 18th St. 1'hones 2 lS.'ll-2-<;r82 L


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. May 1, 1986 Friday, w J PALM BEACH COUNTY THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN Page Seven Friendt of Lew Aurebach will be interested to know of his forthcoming marriage to Pearl Rosen blatt on Sunday, May 3rd, at Temple Beth-El. T j. "Turn" Campbell announced mo in the past ..lection, and will his candidacy for re-election to the appreciate your continued support |{ fj M of Tax Collector of Palm I in the coming primary, [fre-electI Beach County. | e d 1 promise to follow the same The only platform announced by policy as | have in the past, by •Tom," as he is known to hundreds serving you in the most efficient if people and friends, is "for a and faithful manner, with the best lU „.| and courteous adminisinterests .,1" the public in thought." trBti on D f the office at a reasonable and minimum expense to the Temple Beth-El had its regular taxpayers." ranl i' ill! > at the home of Mr. and ector Campbell is one of the Mrs. Morris Moss. There was a genuine pioneers of South Florida large attendance and delicious re p a ini Beach County. Ho j fri %  .•. re served by thi aine to West Palm Beach in 1893 hostess, Friday night build the railroad line sen ie< were held as usual with a large ORLANDO NOTES— Mrs. S. (J. Lehman left Sunday with her little daughter, Marian, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith at Shreveport, La., and later will join Mr. Lehman at Portsmouth, Ohio, to stay the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Arstein an I daughter, Sarah Ann, have returnid from Birmingham and Talli \ a., where thej visite I cclai doe A. Voungblood, County Superintendent of Public Instruction, announced his candidacy for re-election this week. Citing his experience, both as a teacher and superintendent, and his business training, Mr. Youngblood saiil he believes the development of the county school system shows his qualifications for the office. "I feel that the schools of the the State as among the best in the State," he said, "and I think they constitute one of the greatest asset s of the county." lie came t Palm Beach County in 1914, after receiving a Master j of Arts degree at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, in 1918, having taught there daring his last year at the university, county are recognized throughout •• %  r,lie has always pushed attendance, Dr. Carl \. Herman re 9 and development official id. and se tion. I i wa • 150 I i and \\ 1 % % %  m of Palm Bea h Dade an i up >n it thi first Tax Col1 I korn fi of A. ll-i-. koin, 120 Flam in o : le I V %  for hi tni nrai i ax k,oi v ,,,„,, • •> York alter havng untv and '' •' Bn ..... .:...• : ... j he was i,-. ( i lollector four nnd now asl be reh %  positi Butler, Clerk of I ,. has an mnced hi for re-election to th.it ily came to Florida in was recommended by pent a htful i here. s. !•:. po %  ". T • :: • Pi! Roa ft Wedi I \ after Beth-I c d 1'ri MC was rccuilllllCIIUVU n,\ County Convention and ^ h ^ bbi Malk d surveyor of Lake County Govi nor Perry; worked for unty, and on road, railroad, and ui i ys until he came to i ade County in 1895. He introed thi bill in the House foi eation of Palm Beach County in 1309; was Representative from I'alm Beach County in 1911; elected at Palm Beach in 1912 and • :veil two terms as Clark of the ( i nuit Court In 1932 he was igaill elected as Clerk of the Cirluit (Hurt. He served six years as Citj Commissioner of West Palm Beach. Hi asks for the support of the I voters upon his past record. officiating. Morning services wen held at '.I o'clock. I HAVE QUALIFIED AS A CANDIDATE for Superintendent of Public litstri ctio:. Your Support V. ill Be Appreciated JOE A. VOUNGBI/MH) % %  J: r %  •., jKSaHtMBEilj.*L". 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. "... 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. But Ceorjre U. Metcalf, Constable of h e i s the friend of man, and will I the Third District of Palm Beach make Florida a sane, safe goverCounty, has announced his candiL. R. (Jack) Baker Pledges safe, sane and faithful performance of duty if elected S H E R 1 I F Of Palm Heath County Vote for Him on June 2nd • Thill Politic I AiKi.tis.-nn-nt I FOR RE-ELECTION George U. METCALFE To the Office of CONSTABLE 12 Years Faithful Service Your Support Will He Appreciated I Paid Political Advertisement) dicy foi re-election, subject to the Democratic primary of June 2nd. In announcing his candidacy, Mr. Metcalf said: "I take this opportunity of again thanking my friends who helpei nor Genial Jovial Generous Just Honest 'Viable Sober Safe." ends and Supporters of Je-ry the Commoner All-Florida Candidate for Governor w fra nsjjp %  **• **> + ml*m ijasw > n frj ij%i "To the Democratic Voters of the Primary Election of June 2, 1936: I respectfully announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach County, and will be grateful for your support." GEO. 0. BUTLER 3 In the Future as in the Past the protection of the interests ui" the citizens of Palm Beach County against in| equality in tax assessments shall be my chief duty. tr~ +***+.•+* N* il'iiid Political Advertisement) Hi **0mj*t^ m M/**-^'^^i ******+ + j ^w i


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Pact Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 1, 1930 Political Briefs With more than one-third of the state's C>7 counties covered to date in his preliminary speaking tour, Senator William C. Hodges, candidate for Governor, reported today his satisfaction with the race and higood spirits due to the crowds which everywhere have greeted his appearances. Political observers have advised him, he stated, that his crowds in a majority of places have exceeded that of his opposition by two or three to one. He interpreted this as interest in his candidacy and as evidence of his present strength, "Florida must elect a man Governor who doesn't quibble nor qualify his stand on the Homestead Tax Exemption measure if this important piece of legislation giving the small home owner lonir deserved consideration is to be made permanent," he declared, telling his audience about plans now in motion by the so-called "big interests" to repeal the measure and to sponsor a general Sales Tax. The Senator introduced the Homestead Tax measure into the Senate and as President of the Senate names on its finance and taxation committee men who had promised him that they would help him defeat a Sales Tax, he stated. "While it is generally :oncedcii outside the prints that I am Unloading candidate due to my stand if nothing else—on these two important subjects there is a growing tendency for the opposition to regretfully admit that I am away out in front at this time, he declared, adding jocularly, "Yiu know they don't tell nor do they circulate untrue stories about a dead one and they're all shooting at me." Jerry W. Carter, the candidate I everybody understands, is planning a whirlwind finish in his campaign for Governor of the State ofl Flor. | Ida. He has just finished his first tour of the State and reports that i his talks have been enthusiastically received by the people of the State, and together with the file of signed "supporter cards" that he has at headquarters is assured of being one of the two candidates in the second primary. He is a Baptist, a Mason, Knight Templar, Shriner, belongs to the Knights of Pythias, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Woodmen of the World, Elks, United Commercial Travelers. Born and educated in the State of Florida, G. C. "Dutch" Kirkland, candidate for the office of Supervisor of Kcgistration, promises. upon election, to make this office one that Hade County will be proud of. He pledges the investigation of every resident who has not previously been on the registration books for four years, and assures the voters of a capable and efficient administration. R. W. "Bob" Kalston, candidate for County Commissioner, District No. 3, promises, upon election, an efficient administration of the affairs of the county. .Mr. Ralston came to Miami 2> years ago and was one of the early developers and builders of the county. He erected in 1918 Miami's first skyscraper, the Ralston Building. For the past eight years he has been a partner in the firm of Ralston and Harwood, prominent realtors on the Beach, and has served on the Miami Beach City Council for the past four years as Commissioner of Parks and Docks. %  I. Harvey Robillard formally i p. lied his campaign last week with an attack on what he termed "coercion" of school teachers to %  t ipport a particular candidate for the Senate He promises, if elected, to see that control of local affairs 1H' returned to the local people, and that there will be adequate and permanent financing of Hade Count} schools and reasonable pro. lection for th:' wage earner. ELECT Early indications show thai James .1. Marshall, candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction, is off to a brilliant start in his campaign. Mr. Marshall Is One Of the most popular and best known figures in the county and according to all reports will be one of the strongest candidates in the field. His speech last Monday at the Americanization meeting in Bay front Park was well received and the publicity obtained through the occasion is no small asset t> an aspirant. Incidentally, there are lew men in this county who can enter a campaign for a school position with a strong support inside the local school organization. He enjoys this advantage through a widr acquaintance with the teachers, who remember his efforts on their behalf while chairman of th. board. Regarded as an outstanding educator since coming to Miami in 1020, Mar-hall has been a membe. ot the University of Miami facu)t\ in science and law, an iuternation ally km wn scientist and prominent in stale and local educational societies. He Is widely known as a speaker before civic, religious and educational bodies. Educated at the University of Pittsburgh and Harvard College, he holds degrees of A.B. and I.I..B. The need of re-appointment so I that Dade County, with a population of over one hundred and eighty thousand people, will have proper representation in the State Legislature has been brought forcibly to the attention of the voters of Dade County by George E. Holt, candidate for the Legislature in Group One. The figures cited by Mr. Holt clearly demonstrate the unjust situation which exists in this respect. In order to cure this Mr. Holt advocates, first, a constitutional amendment requiring proper repre. sentation; second, a constitutional convention to rewrite the antiquated constitution of Florida so that Hade County can be protected; third, if the foregoing cannot be obtained to work for division of the State. If any of the three items above designated can be procured, then, and only until then, will Dade County be in a position to protect itself from being the fountain and source of revenue for the smaller and indigent counties of this State. Mr. Holt, who is a Professor of Law at the University of Miami, in addition to the above, offers a strong and constructive platform which he proposes to vote and work John K. Tilton, genial proprietor of the Tilton Drug Co., of Cora: Gables, and candidate for the State Senate, when asked what promises or pledges he had to make in regard to his candidacy, said: "I have no promises to make I feel that a representative of the people should, when the time arises, be able I i survey the condition and act ICI lingly, come what may. All I can Bay is '.hat I invite the people of this county to investiat • my qualifications and past i i rd." Pledging an honest administra"< harlie" Dillon, as he is ui to his host of friends through '' 'ne county, is conducting one of the most active rampaigns of the pre enl election. Mr. Dillon, present Constable of District No. 2, icampaigning for the office of Clerk .,1" the Criminal Court of Record, formerly held by I Call. l"o|{ William I). (Bill) JO! CE Your PURCHASING AGENT 11' ..i r. i i. H I W. F. BROWN Rill ,n in,i: CIVIL COURT OF RECORD -' ll-o • I III HI '(..., I:\I ii CltlMAHl •ii II von: VMI Hl'l'I'Oirr MM. i, m: VI'I'HKCIATKD I'MIH Pull) pi I Adv • i nil I LECT f -v % %  **•*• %  m+ <+mf* 0* *l+ > 0m **m •***AsrfJ ELECT JAMES J. MARSHALL SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION for Dade County And insure the elimination of politics from the schools Capable and Efficient Pnid Politic l Adv. hy Friends of James .1. Mun j^k % %  *#>,££?' A Charlie Dillon Your CLERK OF CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD For Dade County 'For an Honest Administration' IPnid Political Advc tlsementj for if elected. Abolition of the |kt machine, the poll tax, reduction o[ useless bureaus and commissions adequate old age pensions, O ppo s i. tion to a sales tax, adequate rev*, nue for schools for nine months term, adequate compensation fa teachers, opposition to any new form of taxation whatsoever re. lief of real estate from arbitrary and unjust taxation, a pledge not to accept any office, position „ r j ot while a member of the Legislature and a return to common decencv and honesty in government indi. cate his sincere desire to serve his county and State and is a basis of the slogan which he has adopted for this campaign which is creatini favorable comment throughout th, county. "He will protect the i. terests of Dade County." Mr. Holt is a life-long Democrat, is 88 years of age, married and has two children. He is waging j strong and aggressive campaign which seems at this writing to in. dicate that he will he the choice of the voters in Group One if thi< county in the primary of June 2, 1986. R. W. (BOB) RALSTON Candidate for DOUNTY COMMISSIONER District No. 3 I promise an efficient administration of the affairs of the count v. i Paid %  olitlca Advertisement > A HERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AI1ERN, I'res. 13 iii West Flakier Street telephone 2-221 I V.MBI LANCE SERVICE G. ('. "Dutch" KIRKLAND Candidate foi Supervisor of Registration June Primary 1986 Tell Your Friends About Him (Paid Political Advertisement) White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 21(1 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel William C.Hodges "Homestead Bill" Submits Mis Candida.* for GOVERNOR of Florida To the People of This State Subject to Democratic Primaries • DC I'S is opposed to a SalM tax and all ether I taxes. '" l'! t's favors: Old Age ai I Mothers Pensions—86.00 Ant" mobile Tags Taking tax off gasoline used by Fishermen's boats and Farmers' trai industry HODGES stands four-square for preservation of the HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AMENDMENT and thenlargement : Its scope. He worked for thl Amendment through all the long years of his service In the SenUe ami foujrht before the peoplt for its ratification. HODGE8 left his office, took I sound wagon an' visited ewi city, village and hamlet in thh State, urging th i people to ratify the Amendment. (Paid Po!ltieal Adv*.rlUiiiKi


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*'Jewish Floridi&m
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Comma r/he Jewish HJmSty
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Vol. 9No. 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1936
Price Five CeaU
Jewish News
Around the
World
| nioii Publishes New Book Dealing
With Famed Jewish Men
Palestine Rebuilds Strictly
Despite Riots Confidential
The lives and achievements of
great figures in Jewish history,
from .lochanan ben Zakkai up to
and including Isaac M. Wise, have
been re-created by Betty Kalisher,
of Baltimore, in her new book,
"Watchmen of the Night," which
has just been published by the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, Cincinnati.
This book is designed primarily
for children. Historically accurate
and closely analytical, her charac-
ters, nevertheless, are portrayed as
living personalities moving through
real events and in true situations.
Jerusalem, April 2ti (WNS-Pal-
cor Agency)The Arab political
parties of Palestine, decided unani-
mously to institute a general strike
that would be prosecuted until the
Palestine government grants the
three principal demands of the
Tidbits From Everywhere
Arab Chiefs
Order Strikes
The World's
Window
By PHINEA8 J. BIRON
Frankly Speaking
Nazi emissaries in this country
, have sold a number of important
Arabs. These demands are: Stop- "**'*' on the i,,ea of or*ar-
page of Jewish immigration; a ban mn "<>**' organization
, ,u --I ij i i to fight Communism." This
on the sale of land to Jews, and
-i_ ..ii. i ,. i new organization will really be a
the establishment in Palestine of ., *
... cloak for .Nazi propaganda .
a national government. A central ... ...
... i i Don t put any stock in the rumors
committee was immediatelv select- ., .
I nil* I .hi uin.o I nhmnn % > 11 in.' nil
ed to co-ordinate the activities in
the general strike. This commit-
that Governor Lehman will not be
a candidate again It"s in the
Month of Mourning Proclaimed for
Palestine Jews
Jerusalem, April 24 (WNS-Pal-
cor Agency)The Chief Rabbinate
of Palestine today proclaimed u
month of mourning for the entire
Jewish population of Palestine.
This period of mourning was pro-
claimed in memory of the victims
of the disturbances in Jaffa.
tlie general strike. 1 nis commit- ,. ,.
, .... i bag for him to announce his candi-
tee includes Haj Amin Al Musseim, ,. _
,-..,, dacy at the proper tune Dr.
Grand Mufti of Jerusalem; Auni ,. ...
Kid .Juh i.itUi'i' I'lill'wii nl lit 1 hi'
Bey Abdul Hadi, leader of the
Istaqlal, the Independence Party,
and the Director of the Arab
Bank. The proclamation calling
upon all Palestine Arabs to join
the general strike is signed by
every outstanding Arab leader, in-
Rudolph I.eitner, counselor of the
German embassy in Washington, ;
was recalled to Berlin as the re-
sult of some anti-Nazi shenanigins
engaged in by a couple of United
States senators at a party thrown
by Ambassador Luther One of
every outstanding Aral) leader, in- ,. ,
, ,. ... ,.,. .. the senators, Barkley of Kentucky,
eluding Hussein Khalidi, Mavor of
... is said to have picked up a pickle,
Jerusalem Haj Amin Husseini u |mder hjs nose to cmulatc
will be the directing head of the g,^^, mui|Uche am| then Rave
strike, it is understood.
A number of Arabs urged against
Head of Sentinels of Republic
Resigns Public Office Under
Fire; Jew Succeeds Him
Hitler's' mustache and then gave
the Nazi salute David Wein-
. traub is conducting the survey of
adoption of the general strike pro- j the Works Progress Administra-
posal on the ground that the strike tion, which will be the basis of the
was doing serious damage to Arab New Deal's permanent unemploy-
trade and promoting Jewish trade, j ment relief program.
The oppositionists yielded to the ______
majority and agreed to join in the
general strike until all Arab de-' Al'01" e0D,<
mauds are granted. Carlos Israel, son of the late
, ,, .. ,. Mrs. Belle Moskowitz, Al Smith's
Most Aral) shops m Palestine are ...
1 .,..,*, t...i 1..I- >.< KViuwiniur 'ill hell
Boston (WNS) Threatened with
dismissal because of disclosures
that he had engaged in anti-Semitic
propaganda, Alexander Lincoln,
nt of the Sentinels of the
an anti-New Deal organi-
lation, resigned from the State
of Tax Appeals. Mr. Lin-
l previously been under fire
Ml urges of granting excessive
atementa and Oov. James
Cm j was planning to remove him
from office. Charges of anti-
m were added and Lincoln
quit in order to escape dismissal.
Governor Curley then announced
that Abraham Webber, member of
the State Public Utility Commis-
sion, would be given the place left
vacant by Lincoln's resignation.
Mr. Lincoln, who is a Republican,
also withdrew his candidacy for the
Republican state pre-primary con-
'i in order that the people
should "know that the Republican
Party has no place for racial and
religious prejudice."
' a letter accompanying his
resignation, Lincoln said "I have
always respected the Jewish peo-
ple, their history, their ideals and
their marvelous story of the hu-
RUMlitiea of life. My sole intention
ln that letter (in which he said
,nt "tha Jewish threat is a real
ne) was to refer to those persons
of Jewish racial origin conspicu-
"Us'.v active in the Communistic
movement, and to persons of that
""gin and of strong socialistic con-
victions prominently associated
with our present Federal adminis-
tration."
shut, it reported in an official gov
eminent communique, which stated
that there is little movement in the
Arab districts. The general situa-
tion is quiet, the governmen re-
ported. Five small fires were set
on Jewish property in Nazareth
brain truster, is expecting an heir
. Rabbi Isaac Marcusson of Ma-
coii, Ga., was the fellow who start-
ed the fad of cutting figures out
of soap But he didn't get a
dime for his idea The world's
most expert lip reader is Ellis Lit,
on Jewish property m Philadelphia depart-
T1 ^ r'T that th^ "-" Lits Ellas is stone
the report stated, add,,,, hat they ^^ bogg rf t|u.
wee quickly extinguished. -Longchamp8 restaurants, recently
Shots were- fired at the Jewish made a big killing on the races and
settlement of Kfar Vavitz in the can well afford to accelerate the
Sharon Valley last night. Two discarding of all his German dishes
Arabs were arrested for stoning Rabbi Abraham Feinberg of
Jewish-owned vehicles on the high- Now York predicted two weeks ago
that the killer of Nancy Titlerton
would turn out to be a psychopathic
criminal One of the coming
figures in Jewish communal life is
Ira Hirschmann, vice-president of
Saks Fifth Avenue and chairman
of the $350,000 campaign for the
University In Exile.
New York (WNS)Nothing has
happened in Palestine which in any
way has swerved the Jewish com- ,
munity there from its work in the :
rebuilding of the country, but on |
the contrary, the situation requires
of all Jews everywhere an exten-
sion of effort on behalf of Pales-
tine so that far greater numbers
of Jews can be settled in the Jew-
ish homeland. This was the gist
of direct word from Jerusalem on
the present disturbed situation in
Palestine conveyed to a group of
leaders of American Jewry by
David ben Gurion, chairman of the
Executive of the Jewish Agency,
in a trans-oceanica telephone con-
versation. The conversation was
held in the office of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, with Morris
Rothenberg, president. Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, and Zalman Rubashov
speaking to Ben Gurion. The latter
urged American Jews to avoid ex-
aggeration of the scope of the dis-
turbances and added that the hero-
ism, self-restraint and discipline of
the Jewish community under at-
tack were a source of pride to the
Agency Executive.
The telephonic conversation was
followed by a meeting of the
emergency committee created to
deal with the situation growing
[ out of the Palestine disturbances.
The committee issued a statement
calling upon the Jews of America
"to give concrete expression to
their sentiment of sympathy and
BUpport by immediately making
available for transmission to Pal-
estine the largest possible portion
of the quota of the United Pales-
tine Appeal. Through this instru-
mentality, the1 efforts of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine to main-
tain and extend the Jewish posi-
tion will be strengthened.
'Religion and Social Justice"
By LUDWIG l.EWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.
Reproduction in whole or in part
strictly forbidden. Any infringe-
ment on this copyright will be
prosecuted.
MacDonald Given
Gottheil Medal
way.
Stronger government action in
connection with fires set in Jewish
settlements in the Valley of Jes-
reel was sought by Moshe Shertok,
chief of the political department
f the Jewish Agency for Pales-
line, accompanied by Bernard Jos-
eph, former Montreal lawyer, who
is now the Legal Advise, of the Transatlantic
*" '" "- **? T'-Tat NTLife Yi 1532 \Z tck-
They also met with o ...ial. at ^Xg with Jewish agricultural
police headquarter, to discus. th Jr*". ., ,,. svi( Union,
Jarson C8S,'S- ha. appeared in London London
Reports reaching here from Arab fjnam.ia| circles are expecting in-
sources of an Arab demonstration flatj(in jn Germany any day ... A
held this afternoon at Tulkarm, nunluer 0f German marks bearing
Arab town, state that eight Arabs : (h), su|m, number have turned up
were wounded during a violent Jn KnKiish banks Ben Rubin-
clash with the police, one of whom l stein< husband of the late Conchita
was slightly injured. The siutation Supe,.vja, Spanish diva, was one of
I in Tulkarm was so tense, as a re- the founeis of the Doar Hayom,
suit of this clash that the govern- jait.stine's' first Hebrew daily .
Lent has imposed a curfew upon His father is a former treasurer of
the English Zionist Federation .
the town. \
New York (WNS)- Editors of
the Anglo-Jewish publications act-
ing as a jury, have awarded the
L935 Gotth.il Medal of the Zeta
Beta Tau fraternity to James G.
McDonald, former League of Na-
tions High Commissioner for Ger-
man Refugees. The Gottheil Medal
is awarded to the American who
has done the most for Jewry dur-
ing the year. Mr. McDonald was
declared the awardee in recognition
of his services in caring for thou-
sands of German Jewish refugees
and in focusing world attention on
the situation of German Jewry.
The medal will be presented to Mr.
McDonald at a dinner in Syracuse
of the Z. B. T. alumni on May !th.
Bucharest (WNS)K i s h i n e v,
scene of one of the most sangui-
nary pogroms in modern Jewish
history, has elected a Jewish vice-
mayor. In the recent city election
M. Ginsberg was named deputy
mayor.
The Reconstructionist, that al-
ways suggestive and often weighty
little journal which speaks for the
Judaistic philosophy of Professor
Mordecai M. Kaplan, is deeply ex-
ercised over the fact that, accord-
ing to a recent investigation, the
clergy is in general averse from
social action and has not received
"the kind of sociological training
necessary to qualify them to cope
with problems of economic justice"
and is, therefore, not "functioning."
This is, of course, a most perfunc-
tory indication of the contents of
the editorial in the Reconstruction-
ist, but it is a fair one. The re-
proach against the ministry of all
denominations contained in it is
very familiar. Church and syna-
gogue consent to the injustices and
inequalities of the status quo and
are not leaders or even followers
in any kind of social action.
* *
I find it profoundly discourag-
ing that the Reconstructionist does
not rise above this most vulgar er-
ror. For of all the errors of our
age this is perhaps the chief and
most miserable, that action, action
a tout prix is virtue. What exactly
is social justice'.' What precisely
is economic justice? There is in-
justice here. There is also injus-
tice in Russia. There is little but
injustice in the Fascist states.
Rough and ready methods of ame-
lioration must be used. True. But
would it not be well if there were
one small group of men who, avoid-
ing direct sociological and economic
tinkering, addressed themselves to
more fundamental and more per-
manent issues, to an inquiry into
the- nature of man and into the
quality of justice and led their con-
gregants to cultivate the utterly
neglected, the indispensably neces-
sary virtues of detachment, of con-
templativeness, of periodic disen-
tanglement from the not eager the.
ories and the equally over-eager
palliatives of the market place?
There is a kind of idolatry in all
thisidolatry of machines, institu-
tions, contrivances. It has long
been known that even despotism
would work if men could find a
truly benevolent despot. It was
known long before the formulation
of Kant that there is nothing truly
good in the world except a good
-willa will toward good. Man,
the most perfectly devised institu-
tion with men who have no good-
1 ness of will and your end is no bet-
ter than your beginning. Who will
teach that? Who will help men
to acquire that goodness of will
without which all the techniques of
social and eu-iomic justice are only
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, May |,

1930
il.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Millicent Rubin, to
Leonard K. Beldner, son of Ma-
dame M. II. Beldner, of this city.
The wedding will take place in
early autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin entertained'wald, to Harold Cromer. the wed-! Ruth Alpert, Harriet Gottesman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort are
at a reception Sunday afternoon at ding: to take place May 22nd. 'Claire Malbin. Sylvia Levinthal, | spending .1 short vacation in Ha-
their residence. Miss Greenwald has lived in Mi- Seymour Cohen. Harlow Geberer,; vana, Cuba. The unveiling of the monuments
Miss Rubin graduated from the ami for 14 years. She graduated Samuel Eisman and J. Huppner. A of the late Isaac Seigel ami his
Miami Senior High School and at- from the Miami Senior High School, feature of the evening was the ad- The Miami branch of th Work- Abraham, will be held Sunda ""I*
tended both Brcnau College in She is also an accomplished dancer, dress made by Rabbi David I. men's Circle is sponsoring a Hun- u,rnoon
County G
one of the few Jewish women of
j Key West that is active in civjc
affairs, having served as president
of the P.-T. A. and as an officer
of the Key West Women's Club.
A reception followed the exercises. Hall, \. W. Second Ave. ai Fourth
St. A fish dinner will be serve)
law from the University of Miami.
He is a member of the Phi Beta The engagement of Miss Sylvia
Delta fraternity. Greenfield to (ins Zoslow, soa of for a nominal charge of 50 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Zoslow, of The B'nai B'rith Lodge, No. 1024, .\lrs. Sady< Pont is chairman of
Junioi Hadasaah will present ltd Jacksonville, was announced Sun- will sponsors Mother's Day pro- ,,. affair, assisted by Mr. B.
annual .May day dance next day by the bride-elect's mother, gram Sunday evening, May 10th, ai Chertkoff, treasurer for the com-
I pie Israel, storting at 8 o'clock, mittee, with Mrs. B. Silver acting
Sunday evening, May 3rd, at the Mrs. Anne Greenfield.
R ; al Palm Club.
^ Mrs. Murry Grossman is general Mrs. Myer Ornstein entertained
chairman. The event will mark the with a buffet supper and showei
A "Mothers id' All Nations" pro-
gram will be presented. Mr. Isaac
Levin will be chairman of this at'-
as secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz,
- : :'
i V:.:::.-
. .....
- ol a Beason of social tun,- for Miss Jessie Fink, bride-elect, fan", assisted by a committee of ''' and Ml-S- M- Berkowitz, s ......._.-.; ^pt
An outstanding feature will recently at her home. Guests were ladies headed by Mrs. Benjamin:0' Kl-V We8t- Fla., spent several i \ jrf^-y___
the traditional selection of a Mrs. Morris St.in. Mrs. Max Rap- '-"Vine, who will be assisted by ,!!1-vs '" Miami last week visiting | \^ [^ 7^'\\ Il lv )3'l
May queen. A loving cup will be paport, Miss Gertrude Rappaport, Mesdames M. I.. Marcus, Elry fends. While here Mrs. Berko- iJ/JLfl. JuJl NVi^jL/jJ;
presented to the winner when she Mrs. Ben I is Irs. Lazar Gross- Stone, Louis Gordon, Lewis Brown "'' attended the district meeting
is crowned queen at the corona- berg, Mrs. Joi Seigel, Mrs. Ida William Friedman and Nathan "f ,,lp Parent-Teacher Association
eremony. Merlin, .Mrs. E. Markowitz, Mis.- Adelman. Following the program, ;i> representative of the Monroe
Grossman will be assisted Lillian Wucher, Miss Gertrude Nee- refreshments will be served in Kap-
consisting of Miss ham. Miss Florence Goodman, Miss l:"' "'ll!- AH member! of B'nai
Belle Tanen, Miss Edna Adler, Miss Ida Joseph, Miss Nettie Ornstein, B'rith and their friends are urged
i: Levin, Miss Rosalyn Daum, Mrs. Rose Fischman, Miss Lottie to attend.
Eleanor Rubin, Miss Ida Keane, .Mrs. .lack Levin, Mrs. Sol
. Miss Rosi Dubler, Miss Schneider, Mrs. .Max Levine, Miss .... ,,
with Mesdames 1. Rosengarten,
Hana Mark
Goldenblank.
Candidates for
and Miss Beatrice Peggy Greenwald, Mrs. Larry Ban-
dell, Miss Celia Flitman, Mrs.
May queen and Henry Rabin, Miss Hannah Good-
M mi- Kotkin and B. Hirschfield
as hostesses, the Ladies' Auxiliary
their sponsoring organizations are: man. Miss Daisy Shaft, Mi.-s Han. 'IIZ.'-."'"' \ '''*''.* '
Jewish Welfare Bureau. Miss Nor- nah Fischer, Mrs. Louis Brodsky
ma Marcus; Senior Council, Miss and Mrs. David Lazarus of Wash-
Marjorie Riesner; Senior Hadassah, ington, D. C.
Miss Belle Tanen; Beth Davis Sis-
terhood, Miss Ida Kngler: Beth Thl. Young Ju(k.a f Miamii
Jacob Sisterhood, Miss Marion newly organized club for girls from
Blank; \ M. H. A.. Miss Dorothy thl. Bge eigM sjx,(,,n y,.a,,s
Davis; Junior Council, Miss Ger- wil, ,,,,, combined meetin(, and
trude Neham; Ladies' Auxiliary of bt.ach |)artv Saturday afternoon,
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- May 2nd, at the 47th St. Beach,
gregation, Miss Gertrude Rappa- J beginning at S o'clock. The group
port; ( me League, Miss Myra wil, servi. supper to tnemb).1.s at
Goodkowsky; Theta Chi Omega,; r> 0-dock. Kntertainment will be
Miss Cede Alexander. | provided by the program commit-
tee in charge of Miss Adele Sootin
The Miami section, Council of and Miss Claire Malbin. Presid-
Jewish Women, installed the new- ing at the meeting will be the
ly elected officers at a luncheon at president, Miss Celia Dobrin.
the Strath Haven Hotel. Those in. I
stalled were Mrs. Ralph Neufeld, Announcement was made that
president; Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. th(. installation luncheon of the
Harry Barnhard and Mrs. A. Ru- Ladies. Auxiliary of the Jewish
bin v,ce-presidents; Mrs. Aaron Welfare Bureau, planned for the
Radar, treasurer; Mrs. Lewis E. 18th of May, will be postponed un-
Rothlein, recording secretary; Mrs. til the early fa Tht. ,.,,ason f|m
Benjamin London, corresponding fo). the postponement by the board |
secretory; Mrs. A. Franklin Fried- of drecto and the committee in
lein financial secretary; Mrs. Irv- charg, was tnat ,. kosm.,.
mgrrumke, auditor. hot(., was availallU, Miamj
hlected to serve on the board of Beach.
directors were Mrs. Morris Alpert,
Mrs. Harry I. Magid, Mrs. Joseph Gala an(| pl.eparations alt,
Morris, Mrs. Jeanette Goodowsky DeiK made for tht. annua, icnk.
and Mrs. Isidor Cohen. sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary
,. ., of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenwald ^ given Sundav> Jum. 14th at
announce the engagement of their Bouches' Villa Venice. The public
gregation sponsored a card party
last Sunday evening at the V. M.
II. A. Prizes were awarded fo:-
high scores and refreshments were
served.
lilt.'
Mill.
The friends ol the
Isaac Sei/cl and his
Abraham Seise), are asked to
attend (he unveiling of the
tombstones Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock at the Wood-
lawn Dark Cemetery.
ACKSONVIUK
FLOUi' .
CHARLIE CRINEN I
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^ SI -'.l IKItalf to' double oeeup"e. -
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i:it!i(*iiiH ""d/ HOiiii:'"1
Bur ditto's
daughter, Miss Peggy Ruth Green-
Sun. -Mon.-Tues.. May S-4-6
Marx BrothersKitty Carlisle
Allan Jones
A NK.HT AT THE OPERA

Sun.-Mon., May 3-4
Greta GarboFredric March
Freddie Bartholomew
ANNA KARENINA
is cordially invited to attend.
V
Impressive closing exercises were
held last Sunday night as the con-
firmation class of the Beth Jacob
Congregation received their di-
: plomas from the president of the
Congregation, Mr. Philip Liber-
man. Members of the class were
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West End of East Viaduct
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May Events are here again
A different sale each day
Join the savings parade at Burdine's! The entire
month of May has heen devoted to bringing you
some of the greatest values ever! The first May
Event is a sale of dresses at 4.60 each ... Be early
at Burdine's on Friday and Saturday for your
share!


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May 1, 1936
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E"r'" under the Act of March 8. 17.
ST PETERSBURG
RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
Representative
"ORLANDO
MRS. B. S. COHEN
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLEB
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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1936
Vol. 9No. 18
Good Neighbors
The Good Neighbor League, a new organization to fur- acting m M. C. as well as head
ther better human relations between all elements of the | kibitzer, and a chorus of beauties
American population, has made its debut. President Frank-; lading abusement to the boys.
iinl). Roosevelt, who some time ago projected the good neigh- Dishing out the food were Ben
. i________*__...__l4<:_. ...:., 1 ..,.i.,i on#1 Si'rktn nm) Max S
itial stages with the help of Estelle M. Sternberger. the dy-
namic executive director of World I'eaceways, and Patrick
(allahan of Louisville, eminent Catholic layman.
The most encouraging aspect of the Good Neighbor
League is the fact that its board of directors is composed pri-
marily of laymen. The two co-chairmen are George Foster
Stafford Caldwell, candidate' for
Governor, will bring his campaign
home to Miami on Saturday night
when he will address the voters of
Dade County at a Caldwell rally
in Bayfront Park.
Mr. Caldwell. in his appearances
over the state, is advocating be-
fore his listeners the same plat-
form that he presented to the state '
four years ago. He says, "They I
are as good as new because they
have not been used."
"Four years ago I advocated a
system of regular and systematic
auditing of all state and county
departments of government. Un-
der a system of prompt and regu-
lar auditing not only would this
money be saved to the state but
officials who run wild in their ex-
penditures would be more inclined
to economy and through this fea-
ture alone hundreds of thousands
of dollars could be saved every
year.
"Four years ago I told you of the
need for a complete reorganization
of the state government. This need
is still apparent. It is the only
way to weed out useless bureaus
and departments."
Mr. Caldwell, in his Bayfront
Park address, will discuss equit-
able and reasonable old age pen-
sions, the lowering of taxes, the
cutting of all governmental costs,
ne and the school problem. "Incident-
s0 ally," he says, "I believe that I am
ttend tjje on|v can in full regalia and join the fun. rllting the wnole-hearted support
Nominations will be held May 13th of the pJan of schooi financing
instead of May 15th as previously adopted by the Florida educational
stated. association at the meeting last De-
--------- comber."
Tickets for the moonlight boat All candidates for State Senator
Bj HARRY SCHWARTZ
Fall In line and become a real
member of the Y, get your dues
up to dale and keep them there,
attend meetings regularly, present
your ideas and suggestions as to
what you think
best for the fu-
ture interest of
the Y and its
members. Don't
go taking a back
seat if you have
the initiative and
character that is
necessary in helping us go ahead
in our work towards erecting a
community center. President Al-
vin Grossman thusly welcomed a
large audience of members and
members and friends who attended
last Wednesday's Stag Party. En-
tertainment was supplied by the
Club Bagdad through the courtesy
of Tom Williams, with Jack Taylor
as
Peabodv and Lillian Wald, who constitute a fine combination', luy Bcneduled for Sunday, May have been invited by Mr. Caldwell
of prou'ressive sociological thinking and sound economic plan- 10th> are selling rapidly and with.to appear on the platform with him
nine It'is not the intention of the League to duplicate the s.lU.s ]imited to the first 60 couples at the meeting Saturday night.
work Of anv existing good-will organization. Its scope IS olllv, indications point to a sellout. I The band concert preceding the
fnnklv uolitical in the highest sense of the word. The Lea- Hurry aml get your tickets if you,address will start at 7:15 and will
true will strive to inject into the hodv politic a program of Bre goingt grand time is in continue tor about
ethical relations between neighbors. Under the spiritual pat-
ronage of Franklin Delano Roosevelt this League can become
a most powerful factor in the inauguration of a practical pro-
gram to further the principles of understanding tolerance
and co-operation which our eoiftitry needs more than an>-
thing else at this time.
store for all of you.
Freight hauling charges are S1.50
per couple.
the speaking to begin around 7:45.
The V. W. II. A., With Bea Sil-
ver at the helm, has made definite
plans to make this year's Mother's
Day program full of vim, vigor
, and vitality.
.lames G. McDonald, former League _". "ft* Mrs, S. Shindel is in charge of
arrangements. This affair is open
The Gottheil Medal
ague of
Commissioner for German Refugees, has been declared the
Although an important office-
holder anil a public servant for the
last 10 years, this will mark X. P.
I.owrey's first attempt to get an
elective officethat of County
Commissioner. District 8.
Mr. l.owrey has been a property
holder here since 1919 and a citizen
since 1924. His life has been
wrapped up in the building busi-
lames M. Owens, -Jr.. County
Tax Assessor, paid his filing fee
to the Clerk of the Circuit Court
anil to the County Democratic Com.
mittee, qualifying as a candidate
to succeed himself as State and
County Tax Assessor for Palm
Peach County.
Mr. Owens was educated In the
public schools of this county and
at John B. Stetson University at
Del.and. He is a Mason, Shriner,
an Elk, a member of the American
Legion, 40 and 8, is a member and
elder of the Memorial Presbyterian
Church and chairman of the Build-
ing Committee, which has just fin-
ished o-.j unit of its present build-
ing program.
He is a conscientious believer in
low valuation for taxation pur-
poses.
Mr. Owens was the only Assessor
in the State of Florida, with per-
haps one exception, who gave the
taxpayers a complete homestead
exemption. Mr. Owens fought the
levy for debt service from the very
start and has been successful up
to the present time in exempting
j the home from all taxation.
Mr. Owens also was instrumental
through his efforts in geeting a
homestead exemption allowed to a
taxpayer who failed to make ap-
| plication for the exemption prior
! to the completion of the tax roll.
Sir. Owens secured a ruling front
the Attorney General and the
Comptroller in which the Tax Col-
lector could allow exemption.
Mr. Owens seeks re-election on
the grounds of his past perform-
ances in office, courteous and kind
treatment to everyone and with the
full realization that the people of
the county who elected him are the
1 boss and that he is working for
them at all times. He said today
j that he greatly appreciates the con-
fidence the people have had in him
in the past and if he is returned to
i office he will bear in mind at all
'times that he is a servant of the
people and work for their interest
solely.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kottleman and
family spent Sunday at Daytona
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox announce
the birth of a daughter on Tues-
day, April 21st, at the Florida
Sanitarium.
CHEVROLET SALES
REACH NEW PEAK
ii
ii on the terrible plight of German Jewry.
He deserves the medal and the editors f the Anglo
Jewish papers who selected him as the "inner are tobten
undulated. One cannot refrain, however I rom h in a
with more definite details later.
Crowds are beginning tO attend
the women's meetings just like old
times and it would do you no harm
to visit more often.
This Sunday, as you all know, is
the Junior Hadassah May Queen
well as enjoying a home-made
luncheon.
Xew members accepted by the
Junior Division are: Julia Patter-
son, Gladys Greenberg, Jeanette
Mintzer and Ada Stein. Hyman
Greenfeld as
Festival, being held at the Royal Kubin replaced Allen
His "services have not gone "WeWgnweo. ^ (.|u(> ^ Davigi MprMent- vice-president, who resigned last
He has been acclaimed by the ^^ftaS^atTfSK in the V ta *' ~tort T^ ""^
from the time of his appointment until his dramatic resign* ^ ^ y(mng la(|K,s w ap.
l{on< predate your vote by marking X Thanks to Pete Silverman who
along side her name. Let us all donated enough paint to the Y to
...i hahlnd Dot and nut her over ,1)lint un our executive director's
l. A. R. Leader Admits Spreading lution, m a
Detroit Chevrolet sales in
March, 126,119 units, were the
highest for any month in the his-
tory of the company, it was an-
nounced here today. A new record
was set also for first-quarter sales,
which totaled 272,14!!, a gain of
97,839 over the same period last
year. The previous high record
for a single month had stood ever
since May, 1928, totaling 122,437.
The largest previous first quarter
record was 248,875 units in 1929.
Sales of used cars by Chevrolet
dealers were 165,170 in March, and
481,834 (a new record) in the first
quarter.
copyrighted interview get behind Dot and put her over pujnt up our executive
Anti-Semitic Canard
Washington D. C. (WNS)Cir-
with the Washington Daily News.
Mrs. Shepard told the Daily News
that she circulated the story in a
report on immigration legislation.
rtith banir.
If it's up to the Y there's shore
new office.
The Jews won a double-head r
tVoing"to"be many idle evenings when the Y. M. Diamondb.all team
On | and a gang of Yidlich from the
One of the most active figures
in public life, Judge A. B. Small
of the Civil Court of Record, this
year is asking Dade County voters
to retain him as civil court judge,
to which he was appointed in Jan-
uary, 1931, by former Governor
Doyle E. Carlton.
Judge Smallan Elk, a Shriner
and a Masonhas also been active
in civic welfare, principally through
the Riverside Improvement Asso-
ciation, of which he is president.

of the American Revo-


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May I, 193.
H
Political Briefs
If there is any truth to the say-
ing that a laugh a day keeps the
doctor away," the medicos will be
put out of business by the riotous
Marx Brothers comedy "A Night
at the Opera," on the screen of
the Tivoli Theatre, starting Sun-
day.
By actual stop watch timing
there are seventy minutes of solid
laughs in the latest hit of the
W. F. Brown, former judge of
the Court of Crimes, recently an-
nounced that he will be'a candidate
for the position of judge of the
Civil Court of Record.
Brown was appointed judge of
the Court of Crimes in 1927 and
served for eight years. He entered
the legal profession in Miami in
1919 and for six years before go-
ing on the bench was a member of
the Dade County Democratic Ex-
ecutive Committee.
He was born on a farm near
Hayesville, North Carolina, and re.
ceivcd his A.B. degree from Mer-
cer University and his I.I..B. degree
from the University of Michigan.
Judge Brown is a Mason and a
member of the Acacia Club.
If elected. Brown promises to be
honest, courteous and fair.
ty, under my administration as
sheriff, will not be a haven of
refuge for criminals of all degrees
from all parts of the country.
"I am in this campaign as a can.
didate of all the people. No clique,
group or organization has any
strings on me."
Merry Madcaps, which was pro-
duced for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer by
Irving <;. Thalberg.
The story is woven around two
young, unknown opera singers,
Kitty Carlisle and Allan Jones, who
are perfectly cast for their parts,
and the antics of the Marxes in
bringing them together.
From Italy, the action is trans-
ferred to an ocean liner and then
to New York, where the Marx
Brothers go into grand opera with
a bang.
In the notable cast are Walter
King, who also has a fine singing
role, Siegfried Rumann, Margaret
Dumont, Edward Keane and Rob-
ert Emmet O'Connor.
Greta Garbo's picture, "Anna
Karenina," opening Sunday at the
Seventh Avenue Theatre, has one
of the most impressive casts of
featured players available.
The story, with a background of
imperialistic Russia at the height
of that nation's wealth and splen-
dor, was directed by Clarence
Brown.
Heading the cast are Garbof as
Anna Karenina, and Fredric March
as Count Vronsky, her lover. Basil
Rathbone was lured from the
stage to play Karenin, Anna's
ruthless husband, and Freddie Bar-
tholomew takes over the role as
Garbo's son.
Maureen O'Sullivan was chosen
from an imposing list of candidates
for Princess Kitty Shcherbatsky,
and Phoebe Foster abandoned the
footlights to play Princess Dolly,
Anna's sister-in-law.
Reginald Owen and little Cora
Sue Collins make their second ap-
pearance with Garbo.
Reginald Denny receives the big.
gest role in recent years as Yash-
vin, .March's staunch friend.
Wauchula, May 1.Grady Bur-
ton, Democratic candidate for Gov-
ernor of Florida, told an enthusi-
astic Junior Chamber of Com-
merce audience in Orlando and re-
peated in his Ka.-t ('oast campaign
this week that he favors taking the
"odd cent breaks" at race tracks
by means of a .-late levy to finance
ti-widi advertising campaign
for the stimulation of the tourist
tradi.
The "odd cenl I reaks" are sums
amounting to hundreds of thou-
sand- of dollars which accrue to
the tracks from the practice of
paying out only even amounts to
winners.
Burton has repeated in his
speeches on the East Coast his
declaration that Florida's great in-
dustries, agriculture and tourists,
products of the state's chief re-
sources, soil and climate, should
be promoted.
The Wauchula candidate has
stimulated widespread interest and
approval since his exposure of the
conspiracy by the Tax Revision
League to control the l'J36 Florida
Democratic primary through a
state-wide precinct organization.
Grady Burton opposes the two-
job practice, the slot machine
racket and paroles for pardoned
criminals. He favors a definite
fund for the public schools, old age
pensions and a Democratic plat-
form convention for the guidance
of the Governor and the 1987 legis-
lature.
L. R. (Roy) Weston recently
announced his candidacy for sher-
iff.
Weston, a native of Florida and
Miami resident for 30 years, came
here as construction engineer on
the Key West railroad extension.
He was assistant police chief at
Coral Gables until 1928, when he
went with the sheriff's department,
returning to the Gables as police
chief within six months.
"I have but one plank in my
platform," Weston says. "I pledge
my every effort towards stamping
out the gangs which have been
preying upon our residents and vis-
itors. I promise that Dade Coun-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Tampa Notes
u. and Mrs. I,a Schoen and
tabyi' Passaic, N. .F., have re-
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Orlando Notes
turm'il
Bfter visiting: here with
Schoen's mother, Mrs. Her-
man Perlmau.
The engagement and approach-
Ipg marriage of Miss Erdreich, of
Ncw York City, to Mr. Paul Kir-
icin, of Tampa, has recently been
jonounced. The wedding to take
.(ace in the very near future.
Ah-- Shirley Aronovitz, daughter
. Mr. and Mrs. H. Aronovitz, who
rill be married May 10th, to Mr.
Max Weinstein, of Atlanta, Ga.,
was honored recently at a bridge
pgrty and miscellaneous shower
riven by her aunt, Mrs. J. Milch-
man, and her cousin, Mrs. M. W.
Juster, al the Mirasol Hotel. Over
50guests attended and Mrs. Arono-
vitz received many lovely gifts, An
ice cream course was served and
dainty home made cookies. Cut
v.. iv awarded to Mrs. X.
and Mrs. Harry Cohen.
STATEWIDE NEWS
Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Safer, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Haimovitz, Misses Dolly and Pearl
Safer spent Sunday in Jacksonville
where they attended the Bris Milah
of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Safer.
ilar monthly meeting of
Auxiliary of Tim pie
Sholom will take place
Way 7th, at which time
at ing committee will
- report.
20, at the Temple Israel. Rabbi
David L Zeilonka, of Tampa, offi-
cer of the district Grand Ixidge of
B'nai B'rith, was in charge. Louis
Ossinsky is president, succeeding
J. Nass. Other new officers are:
Irving Levey, vice-president; J.
j Xass. monitor; Simon Reed, secre-
tary; Harry Pepper, treasurer;
Jack Goldstein, warden, and \\ 11
jliam Sirkin, guardian; and Joseph
I Rutberg, Morris Peters ami Louis
Goldman, trustees,
A plan to promote Jewisinuss
(similar to thai sponsored by the
llillel foundation), in the Univer-
sity of Florida and the Florida
Stale College for Women was dis-
closed by Rabbi Zeilonka.
( Mis. Zeilonka accompanied her
husband. Following the installa-
tion, Mrs. Sim,in Reed and Mrs.
Louis i sinsky se ved refre ih-
Mr, and Mrs. Simon Rted have Center, honoring Miss Hannah
"- their house guests Mrs. Reed's Goldberg, national vice-president
sister, Mrs. Aaron Shapiro, of of Junior Hadassah, who was
lacksonville. speaker.
Miss Goldberg, young attorney
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Cohen and
sons spent Sunday at Sarasota vis-
iting Mr. and Mrs. A. Collmau and
family.
Mrs. Leah Levine, of St. Augus-
tine, was the visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Nelson for several davs.
of Boston, Mass., is one of the lead-
ing young Zionists of this country
and reputed a brilliant speaker.
She presented a picture of life in
modern Palestine and of the part
that thousands of American Jew-
ish girls, through Junior Hadassah,
take in the upbuilding of the Jew-
Mis Pearl Lee returned to Chi-
cago this week after spending sev-
eral months with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
K. Goldman, North Grandview Ave. [ih homeland.
---------- Miss Mollie Mizrahi. and Mrs.
Mai T. Serure, who has been tli" Ben Stein presidents of the local
guest of Mr. and Mis. A. Djmal
for the season, is returning to his
home in Xew York City.
"i Junior and Senior Hadas-
sah, presided at the meeting. Mrs.
i.a Stein and Mrs, X..' Cohen,
of Senior Hadassah, Miss
ick, "i Junioi 1 lada -ah, were
Friends of Mrs. M. Block sympa-
thise deeply with her in the recent
loss of her sister. Mrs. Annie Gins-
berg, of Sanford. Funeral services
and interment were held in Oolum-
bus, Ga.
Mrs. Walter Akerman, president
of the Orange County Parent-
Teacher Association, delivered a
very interesting, enlightening and
forceful address over the radio
Monday night, stressing the needs
of Orange Comity schools and ap-
propriation of State funds lor sani-
tation nnd free medical attention
to school children of the city and
rural districts.
Hannah Goldberg, national
til of Junior Hadassah,
I i incipal speaker at an
ting sponsored by the
. .nip i unil Thursday evening.
A| nl 30th, at the Floridian Hotel.
Mi-- Goldberg spoke on Zionism,
. lira! work in Palestine and
i- cultural enrichment to Jewish
life throughout the world. Miss
Lucille Rosenberg, president of the
local unit, presided.
Miss Goldberg was honored at
ii banquet given by the executive
board at the Floridian Hotel pre-
ceding the meeting.
V. M. H. A. NOTES
The .nnual picnic of the V. M.
II. A. will be held on Sunday, May
24th, at Temple Terrace. Many of
those who participated in the last
picnic, which was held last June,
will doubtless be pleased to repeat
this adventure this year. Arrange-
ments are being made to supply
activities which will be of interest
to young and old, including field
and aquatic sports. Volunteers
will he welcome in helping to make
this affair a success.
The Sunday night dances are
continuing to attract the young
single people. It is hoped that as
these dances persist, more of the
young married couples, also the
older folks, will attend with their
children so that these affairs might
become a truly communal meeting
Place each week.
The Co-Ed Club, which has just
tfven a "Shipwreck Dance," which
affair was a pronounced success,
hold their meetings regularly each
Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Every Tuesday evening at 7:30
the Boy Scouts troop holds its
nesting under the direction of
Scoutmaster Sol. Fleischman and
Harry Kotler. Boys of Scout age
Who are already affiliated with this
'""T are invited to join.
The diamondball ball team holds
lls regular practice every Sunday
morning at io o'clock in Plant
Field.
Daytona Beach
Notes
A v roast leach parti "*
planned for Sunday night, May 3rd,
Progressive Club when it
met Tuesday night, April 28th at
the home of Miss Ruth Epstein.
Next meeting was scheduled to be
the following week with Miss Eliza-
beth GrUS hostess.
Sisterhood of Temple Israel is
scheduled to hold an important
business meeting Tuesday night.
May ">th, in the Temple. It is spon-
soring a benefit public card party
' Wednesday night, May 'ith, at the
home of Mrs. J. Xass. Everyone
is urged to attend.
There will be a community Dutch
treat picnic party Sunday, all day.
May 10th. at Del.eon Springs,
given particularly for the delecta-
tion Of Sunday school children, it
was announced by Rev. Joseph
Schenker. Parents and friends are
invited. There will be sports,
games, cards, canoeing, swimming
and a dinner party on the program.
I Misses Esta Saffer, Marian Rut-
' berg and Marian Levey will assist
in entertaining the children.
l.x.J, ., .. Ill \T '" nek, of Junioi Hadassah, were
Jacksonville News the chairmen i,bus.....tL :-
. a listed by a commi am-
A novel party is being planned sed of Mrs. David Harris, Mrs. .
for May 3rd, at which time Mrs. II. Henry Kramer, Mrs. Leo Rosenson, VVCSt F &IlH KcaCll
W, iss and Mi>. M. D. Margoli will Miss Raye Botowsky and Miss Etia
act a- ho itess< Tl is will be 1 -. >'
in the home f Mrs. Weiss in
Springfield for all paid up
i eri and their escorts,
i b ular moni hly m< et ing of
; l.adie: Hi brew Shelti ring Aid
Society and Home for the Aged
was held in the Center. The presi-
dent, Mrs. J. Shapiro, opened the
meeting and Mrs. II. Talisman,
The last meeting of the l!l
si a.-on of the department of liter-
ature of the Temple Sisterhood was
held in the Temple Home. Mrs. secretary pro tern, read the open-
Lewis S. Joel was in charge. ing prayer. Treasurer's reports,
Mrs. Joel gave a play reading correspondence and reports from
of a current Broadway success. committee chairmen all show prog.
---------- | ress ill the work of the organiza-
The regular meeting of the ex- tion.
ecutive board of the Temple Sister- Mrs. S. L. Blattner was chair-
| hood took place Tuesday morning
in the Temple.
The Daughters of Israel anil tin-
man of the April card party given
last Tuesday in the Jacksonville
Jewish Center.
The final business meeting for
Jacksonville Jewish Center com- this season will be on Tuesday,
bined forces to sponsor a novel May 19th. Mrs. P. .Newman and
social event known as "A Night in Mrs. Nathan .Newman will be host-
Monte Carlo," which was held esses. The executive board meet-
Wednesday evening in the Center
auditorium. Tables were provided
for various card games, pokeno,
bunco and other games. Valuable
ing will be held on Tuesday, May
12th, in the home of Mrs. Fred
Soforenko in Riverside.
Mrs. J. Shapiro introduced two
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cortell, accom.
panied by Herman Rubenstein,
planned to leave May 5th for New
York and the New England states.
prises were given during the eve- new members, Mrs. J. I'roctor and
ning. Mrs. B. Michaelson.
Representing the Daughters of Mrs. M. L. Hollins, chairman of
Israel on the committee were Mrs.! the ways and means committee, re-
M. C. Kass, chairman; Mrs. (). Ma-. Ported that Mrs. S. Lasarow has
gezis, Mrs. M. Wexler, Mrs. H. accepted the chairmanship for a
Stillman Mrs. A. E. Selber, Mrs. luncheon to be given on Tuesday,
' Harry FinKelstein, Mrs. R. Miller
and Mrs. A. Sager.
A meeting of the Study Group,
newly organized cultural group, is
planned for the immediate future,
during the week of May 3rd, either
on the fourth or seventh. Members
and guests will take part in an in-
formal program, discussing current
events. Meeting place and date
will be announced soon.
May 2(ith, at the Center( as the
closing affair of the season. The
names of the committee and de-
The committee representing the tailed plans will be announced
Jacksonville Jewish Center were |ater.
Max Rubin, chairman; Marx Baker, A dcliKhUu| l>vent hM recl.ntlv
Dave Moscovitz, I. M Lieberman ^ the wd luncheon givm in
Dr. Sam Witten, Ike Witten, Mesod ^ w,ndsor H(lte, ten.ace for Miss
Bono and Ben Stein. Rose Leibovitz, by Mrs. Abe Chep-
enik and Mrs. P, I. Lovitz her
Mrs. Joseph Bernstein, of Bos- ^ who (.ntel.tailu.(| for' the
L. R. Baker of this i ity, member
of the Leg and a
State Attorney. can-
Palm i h
County.
"In announcing for the impor-
tant office of sheriff," he said, -1
fully realize the duties and respon-
sibilities of the position. Public
office is a public trust and never
becomes private property and
should 1 be nominated and elected
sheriff, the sheriff's office will be-
long to the people of Palm Beach
County and I shall conduct it in
their interest to the best of my
ability."
A native Floridian, Mr. Baker
has lived in this county for 35
years. He was admitted to the bar
in 1920 and is well known a- an
attorney and civic worker, and ex-
tremely popular with the Jewish
residents and citizens.
a triangle and adorned with spring
flowers. A big white bell suspend-
ed overhead was connected with the
table with many little white satin
ribbons tied to favors for each
guest.
This was the first of the many
parties which will honor the bride-
elect, and proved one of the most
delightful events of the spring sea-
son.
'n an i
officer
mpressive ceremony, new
Lod
of Judah P. Benjamin
Se. No. 1059, of B'nai B'rith,
""" '"stalled Sunday night, April
' Mrs. Louis Ossinsky and Mrs.
1 William Sirkin are away from
'home a few days, motoring about
! the state.
Miss Rose Kellar, of St. Augus-
tine, Was B visitor here this week.
.Mrs. Simon Reed entertained at
a party Sunday afternoon. April
nith. honoring the second birthday
of her son, Donald, at her home,
in Emmett St. Small guests par-
ticipated in an egg hunt with prises
going to Harold Goldman and to
Marie O'llagen. Jeannette Rut-
berg and Junior Goldman won
pri/es for pinning the tail on the
donkey.
ton Mass., is the guest of her par.
young bride-elect.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackel.
She will remain to attend the wed- Bridge was enjoyed after lunch-
ding of her sister, Miss Esther eon, and prizes at the table were
Hackel and Montague Rosenberg won by Mrs. Dewey Goldberg, Mrs.
on May 10th. Joe Blattner, Mrs. Ben Chepenik,
---------- Mrs. Leo Rosenson, Mrs. H. Weiss,
Miss Beatrice Peiser was re-eltc- Mrs. Sam Witten, Mrs. C. Kass,
ted president of Cherokee Garden Mrs. J. Weinstein and Mrs. E. Pel-
Circle at the April meeting in the son.
home of Mrs. Arthur Rosenthal and Forty guests enjoyed this de-
presided over by Miss Reiser, lightful party.
Other officers, also re-elected were ----------
Mrs. L. M. Lippman, first vice Miss Esther Hackel, whose mar-
president; Mrs. George Mason, sec- riage to Montague Rosenberg will
oml vice-president; Mrs. Ed Mor- he an event of May 10th, was the
ganstein, secretary, and Mrs. E. P. guest of honor at a brilliant bridge
liarwald, treasurer.
Senior and Junior Hadassah
Chapters of Jacksonville held a
joint meeting and reception Wed-
nesday in the Jacksonville Jewish
liiieheon given in the Calling Hotel
by Mrs. Lionel I). Joel, Mrs. Louis
S. Joel and Mrs. Lewis Alfred
Stein. Guests were seated at per-
fectly appointed tables, the bridal
table and two others arranged in
A special meeting of the Junior
Daughters of Israel was held in
the Jacksonville Jewish Center to
complete plans for the Mother's
Day services to be hebj fVldnv
night, May 8th.
The opening prayer will be of-
fered by Miss Edith Wolfson and
Miss Edith Weiss, president of the
organization, will make a speech
on the topic, "Wherefore Mother's
Day." Rabbi Margolis will deliver
a sermon appropriate for the oc-
casion and Miss Clara Kramer will
offer the benediction.
Following the services a social
hour will be held in the auditorium
and prizes to the oldest and young-
est mothers present and also to the
mother having the most children
present will he awarded. Refresh-
ments will be served and all moth-
ers present will receive corsages
from the club in commemoration of
this day. Mis- Edith Weiss has
been appointed flower chairman
and Miss Edith Wolfson refresh-
ment chairman; all members of the
club will act as hostesses during
the evening.


I' Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
BULLETIN
^r TEMPLE ISRAEL
^m M wl' Of Miami
aaTaflaw* In 137 N. E. 19th St.
--*! t \i r* DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi

Friday evening services, Temple
Israel, Miami's Reform Jewish con-
gregatii n, 137 N. E. 19th St., at
8:15 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan's message
will be: "Worship the Lord in the
Beauty of Holiness." The follow-
ing is an explanation: He who
hath no worship in his soul, and
doth not meet with his group to
humble himself before the Creatort
is unprepared to take his place in
a human society.
The following Vahrzeits will be
observed during the next month:
Fruma Freed, April 30th; Sarah
Ginsburg, May 5th; Louis Kaplan,
May 6th; Lipman Simon, May 7th;
Hannah Coleman, May 12th; Sig-
mund Wolf, May 11th; Harry Kauf-
man, May liith; Celia Roth, May
20th; Joseph Jacobus, May 18th;
Alice Jacobus, May l'.lth; Tillie
Mendelson, May 19th; Israel Har-
kins, May 28th; Anna Ruskin, May
31st; Charles S. Apte, May 31st.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
The opening prayer was given by
Marjorie Fisher, services read by
Dorothy Ann Levin, and the clos-
ing prayer by Barbara Meyer.
Birthdays celebrated were Berna-
dine Roth and Stanley Greeninan.
The best collection came from In-
termediate department, class lt and
the highest attendance in Inter-
mediate department, class 2. The
contribution this week was 5.00
sent t" the New York Guild for the
Jewish Blind.
o
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood Installation
Luncheon will be given next Mon-
day, May 4th, at the Everglades
Hotel, at 12::{() o'clock. Mrs. Jacob
H. Kaplan is our new Sisterhood
president. Reservations must be
ma le immediately with Mrs. Harry
Nevins, 2-2820; Mrs. Jules Pearl-
man, 2-5509, and Mrs. Maxwell Hy-
nian 6-1988, as number is limited,
The charge i.- SI.00 per person.
GENERAL
time to start replenishing your
library at home. If you do not
(eel like doing it on a large scale
at present, buy and read at least
one good Jewish author. If you
are not buying books, borrow them
from the Temple Israel Library.
We have a fine collection of new
novels, epics, fiction, histories
anything you can think of to give
you many pleasant hours of relaxa-
tion and enjoyment.
From what has been accom-
plished with the children in the
Sunday School Library itself we
are confident that a taste of good
reading is all that is necessary to
Start us on a wonderful adventure
of reading. That i- why we have
Jewish Book Week.
Read something for sure that
week. After that every week will
iic Book Week for you, of that we
arc sure. Make it a personal pro-
ject for yourself. It will become
a pleasant habit that you will
profit by all your lives. From now
on we will expect you as a regular
patron of our Library.
The Library will give a short
program Sunday May 17th, dur-
ing assembly. It will be as follows:
Florence Coret review of Kid-
dush Ha-Shcm by Sholom Ash.
Mrs. Levin, the librarian, will
present a few children in a play-
let consisting of excerpts from
books that have proved popular
during the past year.
The Library is also offering a
price of a nice, new, crisp one-
dollar bill to the child handing in
a paper enumerating the most and
best "Benefits Derived from the
Sunday School Library in the Past
Year." The papers must be handed
in to the librarian by III o'clock
Sunday morning, May 17th. All
children are eligible for this con
test. The best paper will be lead
during the Library program in the
Assembly.
Mrs. Jack Schwalk, will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning at 10:30
at the Belli David Congregation.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the
Bar-Mitzvah after the bey speaks.
A reception in the vestry room
will fcdlow.
*
Mr. Samuel L. Hixson, famous
inventor of London, England, is
spending a -belt Vacation at the
La-Flore Hotel. Miami Beach. Mr.
Hixson has recently sold several
inventions t" the English govern-
ment.
..: ,, taughl at Dr. Carson's school
on Miami Beach. At present she
is teaching in the Lear private
school on the Beach. Most of hi r
work has been with children be-
tween the ages of six and tell. Mrs.
Weinberg ha.- a fine understand-
ing of children and will teach art
and craft work at camp.
Friday, May |, ,,.,
A Business Man
FOR
State Senator
Grady Burton
Of Wauchula
Society
l following calendar and dates
an t importance:
May 5th Temple Board meeting.
8 p. m.
May 10th .Mother'- Day will be
observed in the Temple at 10
"'clock in the Assembly.
May 17thJewish Book Review
in the morning. Florence Coret
will review the book Kiddush llii-
Shem. Mis. Alfred Levin, our
: rarian, will present a few chil-
li a playlet con.-isting of ex-
cerpt- from book- that have proved
popular in the last year,
May 19thThe annual Congre-
gational meeting, which, this year,
will be in the form of a dinner in
Kaplan Hall, at which time reports
of the various committees anil the
Rabbi, will be presented, 7 p. m.
May 27thA unique Confirma-
tion program will be presented at
8 p. m., in which the children of
this year's Confirmation class and
of last year's Confirmation class
will have a prominent part.
May .'{OthClosing exercises of
the Religious School.
June 7thAnnual picnic.
The Library wishes to remind
you that Jewish Book Week will
be celebrated this year from May
10th to 17th. This is an excellent
Sponsored by Jewish Ministerial
Association of Greater Miami, a
concert will be given at the Beth
David Talmud Torah Hall May 3rd
at x p. m. in honor of Cantor l-a-
dore Kaminsky. Cantor Boii;
Sehlachman will be master of cere-
monies. Assisting him will hi' Joe
Greenberg, Harry Greenberg, I.
Hartman, Mrs. Malke Tanankoff,
Mis. .1. Teitelman anil Cantors
VVroobel, Mamches and Berelo.
Also on the program will be Ir-
ving Ginsburg.
Flection of officers of be
Chesed Shel Emeth Sisterhood was
leld Monday. April 27th, at the
Beth David Talmud Torah. Mis.
Isadore Cohen was unanimously
re-elected as president, this being
her third term in this office; Mrs.
.1. Schoenfeld as first vice-presi-
dent; .Mrs. I. Rosengarten as sec-
ond vice-president; Mrs. Charles
Goldstein as third vice-president,
and Mrs. M. Blutstein as fourth
vice-president.
The installation luncheon will
take place on Tuesday, May 12th,
at 12 m. at the Palatial Restaurant.
Mrs. M. Blutstein is in charge of
arrangements.
? *
Hariy Schwalk, son of Mr. and
Pert ha Berkowich Levy, owner
and director of Camp Wohelo for
Girls, has added to her staff of
counsellors, Sadie Weinberg of
Miami. Mrs. Weinberg is a grad-
uate of the New York Training
School for Teachers. She attend-
ed special courses at Hunter and
City College in Xew York City.
Farthered her work at the Univer-
sity of Florida and is now com-
pleting a special course at the L'ni.
versity of Miami. Mrs. Weinberg
has taught in the primary grades
in Xew York City and at the Miami
Beach elementary school. She has
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enterinic the race for State Senator i.
correct tl.e unjunt I unit n imp id u >
in Dade County due to lark of pr

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reprc: entation of Oade and other lartr
counlim, reHuIting in the l;irr. un-
tie* supporting more than their -hif
of the State's (iovernment.
InwMitfBte My Reference-, and
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FOR
JOHN K. TILTON
nl tin June 2nd l'rimar>
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SUPERVISOR OF
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For Palm Beach County
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PALM BEACH COUNTY

W. E. ROEBUCK
County Solicitor
Wishes t, express his sincere thanks to the voters for
their past patronage and asks for their
continued support
(Paid Political Advertisement)



. May 1, 1986
Friday, w J
PALM BEACH COUNTY
THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN
Page Seven
Friendt of Lew Aurebach will
be interested to know of his forth-
coming marriage to Pearl Rosen
blatt on Sunday, May 3rd, at Tem-
ple Beth-El.
T j. "Turn" Campbell announced mo in the past ..lection, and will
his candidacy for re-election to the appreciate your continued support
|{fjM of Tax Collector of Palm I in the coming primary, [fre-elect-
I Beach County. |ed 1 promise to follow the same
The only platform announced by policy as | have in the past, by
Tom," as he is known to hundreds serving you in the most efficient
if people and friends, is "for a and faithful manner, with the best
lU.| and courteous adminis- interests .,1" the public in thought."
trBti'on Df the office at a reason-
able and minimum expense to the Temple Beth-El had its regular
taxpayers." ranl i'ill!> at the home of Mr. and
ector Campbell is one of the Mrs. Morris Moss. There was a
genuine pioneers of South Florida large attendance and delicious re
. paini Beach County. Ho j fri .. re served by thi
aine to West Palm Beach in 1893 hostess, Friday night
build the railroad line
sen ie<
were held as usual with a large
ORLANDO NOTES
Mrs. S. (J. Lehman left Sunday
with her little daughter, Marian,
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith
at Shreveport, La., and later will
join Mr. Lehman at Portsmouth,
Ohio, to stay the remainder of the
summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Arstein an I
daughter, Sarah Ann, have return-
id from Birmingham and Talli
\ a., where thej visite I ccla-
i
doe A. Voungblood, County
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, announced his candidacy for
re-election this week.
Citing his experience, both as a
teacher and superintendent, and his
business training, Mr. Youngblood
saiil he believes the development
of the county school system shows
his qualifications for the office.
"I feel that the schools of the
the State as among the best in the
State," he said, "and I think they
constitute one of the greatest as-
set s of the county."
lie came t Palm Beach County
in 1914, after receiving a Master
j of Arts degree at Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, Nashville, in 1918, having
taught there daring his last year
at the university,
county are recognized throughout
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lie has always pushed attendance, Dr. Carl \. Herman
. re 9 and development official id.
and se tion. I i wa
150 I i and \\ 1
m of Palm Bea h
Dade an i up >n it
thi first Tax Col-
1 I korn fi of A.
ll-i-. koin, 120 Flam in o :
le I V for hi
tni nrai i ax k,oi v ,
,,,,, > York alter havng
untv' and '' Bn ..... .:........:... ,
j he was
. i,-. ( i lollector four
nnd now asl be re-
h positi
Butler, Clerk of I
,. has an mnced hi
for re-election to th.it
ily came to Florida in
was recommended by
pent a htful i here.
s. !:. po
". T :: Pi!
Roa ft Wedi
I
\ after
Beth-I c d 1'ri
MC was rccuilllllCIIUVU n,\
County Convention and ^ h ^bbi Malk
d surveyor of Lake County
Govi nor Perry; worked for
unty, and on road, railroad, and
ui i ys until he came to
i ade County in 1895. He intro-
ed thi bill in the House foi
eation of Palm Beach County in
1309; was Representative from
I'alm Beach County in 1911; elect-
ed at Palm Beach in 1912 and
:veil two terms as Clark of the
(inuit Court In 1932 he was
igaill elected as Clerk of the Cir-
luit (Hurt. He served six years as
Citj Commissioner of West Palm
Beach.
Hi asks for the support of the
I voters upon his past record.
officiating. Morning services wen
held at '.I o'clock.
I HAVE QUALIFIED
AS A CANDIDATE
for
Superintendent
of Public
litstri ctio:.
Your Support V. ill Be
Appreciated
JOE A.
VOUNGBI/MH)
J- : r .,
jKSaHtMBEilj.*- L".
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. But
Ceorjre U. Metcalf, Constable of he is the friend of man, and will
I the Third District of Palm Beach make Florida a sane, safe gover-
County, has announced his candi-
L. R.
(Jack) Baker
Pledges safe, sane and faithful
performance of duty if elected
S H E R 1 I F
Of Palm Heath County
Vote for Him on June 2nd
Thill Politic I AiKi.tis.-nn-nt I
FOR RE-ELECTION
George U.
METCALFE
To the Office of
CONSTABLE
12 Years Faithful Service
Your Support Will He Appreciated
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dicy foi re-election, subject to the
Democratic primary of June 2nd.
In announcing his candidacy, Mr.
Metcalf said:
"I take this opportunity of again
thanking my friends who helpei
nor Genial Jovial
Generous Just Honest
. 'Viable Sober Safe."
ends and Supporters of
Je-ry the Commoner
All-Florida Candidate for
Governor
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"To the Democratic Voters of the Primary
Election of June 2, 1936: I respectfully an-
nounce my candidacy for the office of Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach County,
and will be grateful for your support."
GEO. 0. BUTLER
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In the Future as
in the Past
the protection of the inter-
ests ui" the citizens of Palm
Beach County against in- |
equality in tax assessments
shall be my chief duty.
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RE-ELECT
Tom Campbell
TAX COLLECTOR
Palm Beach County
JAMES M. OWENS, JR.
Candidate for Re-Election to the Office of Tax Assessor
Of Palm Beach County
In the Democratic Primary. June 2nd
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YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
APPRECIATED
June 2nd. 19:56, Primary
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Pact Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 1, 1930

Political Briefs
With more than one-third of the
state's C>7 counties covered to date
in his preliminary speaking tour,
Senator William C. Hodges, candi-
date for Governor, reported today
his satisfaction with the race and
hi- good spirits due to the crowds
which everywhere have greeted his
appearances. Political observers
have advised him, he stated, that
his crowds in a majority of places
have exceeded that of his opposi-
tion by two or three to one. He
interpreted this as interest in his
candidacy and as evidence of his
present strength,
"Florida must elect a man Gover-
nor who doesn't quibble nor qualify
his stand on the Homestead Tax
Exemption measure if this impor-
tant piece of legislation giving the
small home owner lonir deserved
consideration is to be made per-
manent," he declared, telling his
audience about plans now in mo-
tion by the so-called "big inter-
ests" to repeal the measure and
to sponsor a general Sales Tax.
The Senator introduced the Home-
stead Tax measure into the Senate
and as President of the Senate
names on its finance and taxation
committee men who had promised
him that they would help him de-
feat a Sales Tax, he stated.
"While it is generally :oncedcii
outside the prints that I am Un-
loading candidate due to my stand
if nothing elseon these two
important subjects there is a grow-
ing tendency for the opposition to
regretfully admit that I am away
out in front at this time, he de-
clared, adding jocularly, "Yiu
know they don't tell nor do they
circulate untrue stories about a
dead one and they're all shooting
at me."
Jerry W. Carter, the candidate
I everybody understands, is planning
a whirlwind finish in his campaign
for Governor of the State ofl Flor.
| Ida. He has just finished his first
tour of the State and reports that
i his talks have been enthusiastically
received by the people of the State,
and together with the file of sign-
ed "supporter cards" that he has
at headquarters is assured of be-
ing one of the two candidates in
the second primary.
He is a Baptist, a Mason, Knight
Templar, Shriner, belongs to the
Knights of Pythias, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, Woodmen
of the World, Elks, United Com-
mercial Travelers.
Born and educated in the State
of Florida, G. C. "Dutch" Kirkland,
candidate for the office of Super-
visor of Kcgistration, promises.
upon election, to make this office
one that Hade County will be proud
of. He pledges the investigation
of every resident who has not pre-
viously been on the registration
books for four years, and assures
the voters of a capable and effi-
cient administration.
R. W. "Bob" Kalston, candidate
for County Commissioner, District
No. 3, promises, upon election, an
efficient administration of the af-
fairs of the county. .Mr. Ralston
came to Miami 2> years ago and
was one of the early developers
and builders of the county. He
erected in 1918 Miami's first sky-
scraper, the Ralston Building. For
the past eight years he has been
a partner in the firm of Ralston
and Harwood, prominent realtors
on the Beach, and has served on the
Miami Beach City Council for the
past four years as Commissioner
of Parks and Docks.
I. Harvey Robillard formally
i p. lied his campaign last week
with an attack on what he termed
"coercion" of school teachers to
tipport a particular candidate for
the Senate He promises, if elect-
ed, to see that control of local af-
fairs 1h' returned to the local peo-
ple, and that there will be adequate
and permanent financing of Hade
Count} schools and reasonable pro.
lection for th:' wage earner.
ELECT
Early indications show thai
James .1. Marshall, candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion, is off to a brilliant start in
his campaign. Mr. Marshall Is
One Of the most popular and best
known figures in the county and
according to all reports will be
one of the strongest candidates in
the field. His speech last Monday
at the Americanization meeting in
Bay front Park was well received
and the publicity obtained through
the occasion is no small asset t>
an aspirant. Incidentally, there
are lew men in this county who
can enter a campaign for a school
position with a strong support in-
side the local school organization.
He enjoys this advantage through
a widr acquaintance with the teach-
ers, who remember his efforts on
their behalf while chairman of th.
board.
Regarded as an outstanding edu-
cator since coming to Miami in
1020, Mar-hall has been a membe.
ot the University of Miami facu)t\
in science and law, an iuternation
ally km wn scientist and prominent
in stale and local educational so-
cieties. He Is widely known as a
speaker before civic, religious and
educational bodies. Educated at
the University of Pittsburgh and
Harvard College, he holds degrees
of A.B. and I.I..B.
The need of re-appointment so
I that Dade County, with a popula-
tion of over one hundred and eighty
thousand people, will have proper
representation in the State Legis-
lature has been brought forcibly to
the attention of the voters of Dade
County by George E. Holt, candi-
date for the Legislature in Group
One. The figures cited by Mr.
Holt clearly demonstrate the un-
just situation which exists in this
respect.
In order to cure this Mr. Holt
advocates, first, a constitutional
amendment requiring proper repre.
sentation; second, a constitutional
convention to rewrite the anti-
quated constitution of Florida so
that Hade County can be protected;
third, if the foregoing cannot be
obtained to work for division of
the State. If any of the three
items above designated can be pro-
cured, then, and only until then,
will Dade County be in a position
to protect itself from being the
fountain and source of revenue for
the smaller and indigent counties
of this State.
Mr. Holt, who is a Professor of
Law at the University of Miami,
in addition to the above, offers a
strong and constructive platform
which he proposes to vote and work
John K. Tilton, genial proprie-
tor of the Tilton Drug Co., of
Cora: Gables, and candidate for
the State Senate, when asked what
promises or pledges he had to make
in regard to his candidacy, said:
"I have no promises to make I
feel that a representative of the
people should, when the time arises,
be able I i survey the condition and
act ici.....lingly, come what may.
All I can Bay is '.hat I invite the
people of this county to investi-
at my qualifications and past
i i rd."
Pledging an honest administra-
"< harlie" Dillon, as he is
ui to his host of friends
through '' 'ne county, is conduct-
ing one of the most active ram-
paigns of the pre enl election. Mr.
Dillon, present Constable of Dis-
trict No. 2, i- campaigning for the
office of Clerk .,1" the Criminal
Court of Record, formerly held by
I Call.
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William I). (Bill)
JO! CE
Your
PURCHASING AGENT
11' ..i r. i i. h I
W. F. BROWN
Rill ,n in,i:
CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
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ELECT
JAMES J.
MARSHALL
SUPERINTENDENT
OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
for Dade County
And insure the elimination of
politics from the schools
Capable and Efficient
Pnid Politic l Adv. hy Friends of
James .1. Mun %S^W*M*'Ml*r'tM
Bte -isfiE!""
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Charlie Dillon
Your
CLERK OF CRIMINAL
COURT OF RECORD
For Dade County
'For an Honest Administration'
IPnid Political Advc tlsementj
for if elected. Abolition of the |kt
machine, the poll tax, reduction o[
useless bureaus and commissions
adequate old age pensions, Opposi.
tion to a sales tax, adequate rev*,
nue for schools for nine months
term, adequate compensation fa
teachers, opposition to any new
form of taxation whatsoever re.
lief of real estate from arbitrary
and unjust taxation, a pledge not
to accept any office, position r jot
while a member of the Legislature
and a return to common decencv
and honesty in government indi.
cate his sincere desire to serve his
county and State and is a basis of
the slogan which he has adopted
for this campaign which is creatini
favorable comment throughout th,
county. "He will protect the i.
terests of Dade County."
Mr. Holt is a life-long Democrat,
is 88 years of age, married and
has two children. He is waging j
strong and aggressive campaign
which seems at this writing to in.
dicate that he will he the choice
of the voters in Group One if thi<
county in the primary of June 2,
1986.
R. W. (BOB)
RALSTON
Candidate for
DOUNTY COMMISSIONER
District No. 3
I promise an efficient adminis-
tration of the affairs of the
count v.
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A HERN FUNERAL HOME
FRANCIS AI1ERN, I'res.
13 iii West Flakier Street
telephone 2-221 I
V.MBI LANCE SERVICE
G. ('. "Dutch" KIRKLAND
Candidate foi
Supervisor of Registration
June Primary 1986
Tell Your Friends About Him
(Paid Political Advertisement)
White Oak Leather
LADIES' HEELS 15c
HALF SOLES 50c
ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
21(1 N. E. First Avenue
Opp. Cortez Hotel
William C.Hodges
"Homestead Bill"
Submits Mis Candida.* for
GOVERNOR
of Florida
To the People of This State
Subject to Democratic Primaries
DC I'S is opposed to a SalM
tax and all ether I
taxes.
'" l'! t's favors: Old Age ai I
Mothers Pensions86.00 Ant"
mobile Tags Taking tax off
gasoline used by Fishermen's
boats and Farmers' trai
industry
HODGES stands four-square for
preservation of the HOME-
STEAD EXEMPTION AMEND-
MENT and th- enlargement ":
Its scope. He worked for thl
Amendment through all the long
years of his service In the Sen-
Ue ami foujrht before the peoplt
for its ratification.
HODGE8 left his office, took I
sound wagon an' visited ewi
city, village and hamlet in thh
State, urging th i people to rat-
ify the Amendment.
(Paid Po!ltieal Adv*.rlUiiiKi