The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY K, 1936
Jewish News
Around the
World
Jewish-Owned And Trained Hone
win- Kentucky Derby
lli (UN'S) A horse that
,,;< both Jewish-owned and Jew-
ish-trained won the famous Ken-
i iy for the first time
I; I Venture, Morton I..
Schwartz' three-year old, who was
by Max Hirsch, outran the
field in take the 62nd annual run-
Bjng of the famous race. Hirsch,
Kho has been around horses a!!
saw one of his charges
for I he first time.
t hoi tea i raim 1 by
is the leading trainer
. failed to place in
Pledge War On
ism And Nazism
Price Five Ceate
The World's
Window
"Religion and Social Justice"
Hadasaah urges all Jewe to plant trees in Pal tim
Day. The above is a facsimile of the certificate Ih
I, In!.. (WNS)Un-
ipposition to Nazism,
sm, I immunism "and other
which detract the at-
tention i f labor from unionism"
was expressed in a resolution
! at the annual convention
h>f the United Automobile Work-
[era of America. The convention
iiounced Nazi Germany's de-
struction of the German labor
unions.
Scholarship PI?
Are Announced
British B'nai B'rith Jewish Athletes
Favors Congress in Track Titles
IM-Year Old Jew Hailed As Broad-
way's Oldest Businessman
New York (WNS)Isaac David
in, B 1-year old manufacturer,
II 1873 started what has now
the Intel-national Handkcr-
1 any, is the oldest living
| merchant associated with
Broadwuy, the most famous street
n the world, it was announced by
' Broadway Association. Mr.
Einstein was given this distinction
uter many months of investiga-
tion by the association which will
its 2-"ith anniversary on
May 11th.
M
eiieo Orders Suppression Of
Cold Shirts
Mexico City (WNS)Acting on
' urgent request of Mexican la-
'' organizations, President Car-
haa ordered the immediate
"solution of the Fascist and anti-
Semitic Gold Shirts. In a state-
xplaining his action, Presi-
pardenaa branded the Gold
"rt' motto .if "Mexico for the
11 a menace "to the many
';'"'1- from other countries who
jWie to us in search of a new
'""'' they are welcome as long
they prove to be good citizens
Pert the laws of the Maxi
,!..... Organised in 1984
wal \Kho!as Rodriguez, the
" Shirts have been responsihl.
for
' '" Of anti-Semitic aut-
" They won the enmity of
labor by their strikc-
/**>: tactics. Nazi funds are
J M have been the main sup-
POrt "f the Gold Shirts.
I letails of the nal ional
by which at least KM) An.'
youths of special scientific aptitude
are to be selected troni schools
and industries each year for train-
ing as Edison scholars, were an-
nounced by Owen D. Young, chair-
man c.f the national committee of
the Thomas Alva Edison campaign.
Co-operating in what is perhaps
the most unique and far-reaching
educational effort ever undertaken
in America are the nation's lead-
lusiness coi poral ions.
Annual competitions for Kdison
scholar giant.- are to be drawn
from three general classes of ap-
nts. These include young men
and women now employed in indus-
try who, though lacking scholastic
qualifications for matriculation in
icientific schools, nevertheless po-
BOSS special aptitude; graduates of
colleges and universities who have
shown brilliant scientific promise;
and finally, those on: side industry
or the universities chosen on the
basis of personal achievement or
of unusual ability.
"It is intended to keep the
scholar plan democratic and flex-
hie in its workings. Kach slate
will hold its own competition and,
within the limitations of the na
ional qualification board, awards
will be made to successful candi-
lates in each tate. The grants
will be of iff. nt monetary
valUe to provide lor Ihe \ urpose
in view in each individual case. The
rants will have no uniform mone-
tary value-, nor be spr tad over any
predetermined length of time.
- may be made available to
, n and women in the place in
which they arc then working, but
the general purpose is to place
them where the best possible re
search facilities and counsel exist
or the development of their Ideas
and experiments to the practical
New York I WNS) The English
Grand Lodge of the B'nai Brith
has voted by a large majority t>
support the World .lewish Congress
and ha- called upon the Supreme
Grand Lodge in the United States
tn reconsider its attitude toward
the World Jewish Congress with
a view to participating in the Con-
gress1 first session at Geneva in
A igust, it was announced here by
the American Jewish Congress on
the sin ng I : of i abh d advices from
London. From London it was ilso
reported that M of the largest Jew-
ish organizations in England, head-
ed by the Federation of Syna-
gogues in London, the largest in
the country, have called a national
conference for Jew, to arrani
British participation in the World
Jewish Cone less.
The Congn ss also reported the
receipt of cabled messages from
leading personalities in the Jewish
communities of France, Czechoslo-
vakia, Spain and Portugal announc-
ing the beginning of preparations
for World Congress participation
in those countries. In the United
States dates for local conventions
of Jewish organizations to elect
representatives to the Washington
conference have been set. Support
for the World Jewish Congress was
also announced by the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, the Independent Order
Brith Abraham and the Indepen-
dent Order Brith Sholom and by
.Mark Eisner, chairman of the
Board of Higher Education of New
York city.
New York (WNS) Three indi-
vidual titles were won by as many
Jewish athletes in the annual .Mct-
ropolitan Inter-collogiate outdoor
track and field championships.
Manny Krosney of N. Y. i'., took
the 100-yard dash title, finished
second in the 220-yard dash and
fourth in the running board jump.
His team-mate, Harry Cohen, won
the hammer throw, and Victor
Cohen of City College led the pack
in the high jump.
Senate Is Urged
To Ban Pamphlet
V .. hington, 1>. ('., (WNS)The
Senate Post office Committee is
considering a resolution that calls
foi a ban on postal pre. For
a violently anti-Semitic pamphlet
ei l i d "How to Destroy the
Jews." The resolution was referred
to the commit tee by I he i nate
after its receipt from thi lircctors
ol I on v: igat i n Beth Israel, Los
Angeles. The pamphlet in question
is being offered for sale through
the mails from P. 0. Box 1092,
Arcade Annex, Los Angeles.
itage.
The Kdison scholar plan will be promise.
get up on a broad, competitive
, a-.s so as to enlist the wiilcs.
possible interest, not only of in-
dustrial and educational leaders,
but of all youths of significant
Apostate Jew Is
Nazi Agitator
Jaffa. May 3 (WN'S-Palcor
Agency) Paul Zubok. apostate
Jew from Vienna, and his wife
were arrested today on a charge of
conducting .Nazi propaganda among
the Arabs. One thousand dunams
nf grain were destroyed tonight by
an Arab mob which set fire to vhe
fields in the Jewish settlement of
Ain llarod. An Arab attempt to
involve Jews in an arson case was
frustrated today at the Nesher
cement works just outside of
Haifa.
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate
Reproduction in whole or in part
strictl) forbidden. Any Infringe-
ment mi this copyright will !
prosecuted.
(Continued from last week)
new paths to old sins? A man
ame I i me and said: "There will
' a Communist uprising in Ger-
many and the blank-blank Nazis
their medicine." "And do
you expe I me to rejoii '.' I
asked, "force begets force and
der begets murder, and out of
can
come;" Shall the
1 I be hot partisan 1 Will ,
be no | for
commerce with the chan -
with thoi e pi ima > truth those
1 nal paradi he moral life,
s.....it; wI... will not in-
i be change, but only continu-
au a i.i .-.lii under another watch-
word? .Men who desire good and
peace with their whole hearts may
increase the sum of good and peace.
Who will teach that? And that
men who do not harbor this desire
will not achieve permanent good
or peace, even if they man the
picket lines in a strike? Who will
teach that? There is no change
that matters but an inner change.
Without that prior inner change an
alteration of devices is but a pal-
liative on a wound or a "shot in
the arm" given to a sick man.

Nor is this all. Goodness of will
cannot exist quite in the void. It
is most effective if it is rooted in
an ordered and significant universe.
It is strongest and most unswerv-
ing if it is sustained by some con-
viction of the universe being the
kind of universe into which it be-
longs. It will be strongest if it
knows that God is on its side. In
other words, the inner change in
men which alone can make new in.
stitutions better and not only other
institutions is one that must be
metaphysically grounded and af-
firmed. Who will teach that? Who
will convince men that an inner
change is required of them as the
first requirement toward a better
world, and that the easier way of
machines and institutions and
gadgets is a meretricious way?
Who ?
1 am stricken and appalled by
my rabbinical friends in huge tem-
ples. They are good men and able
men and spiritual minded men. But
they sit in offices with two engage-
ment books and three telephones
and several secretaries, busy with
this or that detail of "social jus-
tice." And they haven't the time
Or the peace to gather within vhem
those inner forces out of which
alone men can be changed and re-
deemed toward the doing of good,
toward the practice of justice. Jus-
tice. Mercy. Peace. That word
(Continued on Page 7)


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 8,


The Miami Branch of the Worn- ft
en's Circle will entertain with a
Hunger dinner Sunday evening,
May 17th, at 7:00 p. in. at Odd Fel-
low's Hall, X. W. Second ave. and
Fourth St., to raise funds for the
suffering Jews of Germany and
ns by Shirley Levy. The center on Hadassah's activities as Miami Jewry Will De me iwmw Miss Hana Mack will deliver the
I an asset for vouth. The proceeds dedication of the newly erected 0,,n..,ijct;on Mis i. F .
r. ,s sponsonng an all- d .,, to be he,d m gund May Demolition. 1 ss Ida Lnglcr *,
ic Sunday, May 17th, at J A Movement of 17, at the Jewish section of the "d a rectat.on, Mother's Lay
Mrs. Hurry Grossman is ,),.
program chairman. Those taking
Mother roles will include: Bell
Tanen, Indian Mother; pau]in
Lasky, Early American Mother
if Beck Xash, Jewish Mother; Char-
Poland. This is part of a nation other laws and listened to several tend. The afternoon's program will events in the history of Greater lette Davis, Palestinian Mother,
wide drive to raise funds for this reejtation8 by Shirley Levy. The center on Hadassah's activities as Miami Jewry will be the formal Miss Hana Mack will deliver the
purpose. A nominal charge of fifty
I iiu organization
cents will be made. In charge of
arrangements is a committee da>" Picnic Sunuay, .way .., a. ^ ymith AljyR
headed by Mrs. Sadye Pont as the Oceanic Gardens. Miami Beach, ||a(|assan which is bringing thou- Woudlawn cemetery at .'! p. m. The by dgar Guest. Mrs. Leonard Ep-
chairman, Mrs. B. Silver secretary admission to which will be fifty s.m(|s ,,,- German Jewish children building is being erected through stein will be the guest speaker,
and Mr. B. Chertkoff as treasurer, cents. The admission will include fr settlement to Palestine. the efforts of the Sisterhood of ^ musical interlude for the oca.
The public is urged to make reser- luncheon. The public is invited to Chesed Shel Kims which was the gjon wj)1 hp provide(J hy Mjg| R
vatiom for this event. attend. At a recent meeting of the prime initiator of the idea of pur- "s ail
Junior Council of Jewish Women chasing the cemetery in 11.27. Bushe"' M,ss Franees Kane, Mi,
In observance of Mother's Day -riu. Ladies' Auxiliary of the officers for the coming year were Heading the committee in charge Evelyn Kane,
the local Bnai Brith Lodge will fljiami Jewish Orthodox Congrega- elected. President, Mrs. Sylvia of erecting the new edifice are Senior Hadassah, Mothers ami
sponsor a program at Temple Israel t;OM announces the postponement Chertkoff; 1st. vice president, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa. At other guests of the members arc
Sunday evening beginning at 8 ,,. !nt, pjcnjc scheduled for next Sylvia Steinberg; 2nd vice presi- m. Dedication all Rabbis of Great- invited to attend. Refreshment!
o'clock. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan sundav, until a date to be an- dent, Gertrude Xeham; recording er Miami and Cantors of the area will be served
will deliver the introduction. The nilUnced in these columns shortly, secretary Myrtle Goldberg; treas- will participate. Full details ol *
program will include a violin solo urer, Betty Green berg; correspond, the arrangements and program for Recently elected officers of the
by P.of. Leo Portnoff, an address M & ^^ meetmg of tne Lil. ing secretary Rosalyn Klein; the afternoon will be announced che8ed she, Emeg sisterhood wl|
hy Stanley C. Myers, and a musi- dieg. AuxiHary of the Jewish Wei- board of directors. Mrs. Bessie in the next issue of the Jewish be formally installed at a lun
cal presentation of "Mothers of All fare Bureau resolutions were adopt- Wernikoff, Mrs. Clein, Gertrude Horiaian. on Tuos(lay May ,2th at noon a-
Nations, with Mrs. Ralph Weld p(| mging ^ pul),j(. ^ g.ye (n. Rappaport and Lillian Wucher. The th(. |>alati;il Kosher Re8taurant
representing the American Mother, tribution8 for the organization only t&mal installation of the newly ., important Bpecial meeting charge of arrangements is Mrs.
Mrs. Leo Portnatt, the Russian, .o ,h_(, who h.uv properly signed,elected officers will take place at (if ,hl. Chu>L.d sh(,, Emea Sjst(.,.. B,utBtein, MrSi Max shapiro ,
Mrs. Bertram Kan the Spanish. cr(,dentialg from th(, organization, a dinner on Thursday evening May hood will be held next Monday eve- deliver the invocation and Mr
Mrs. II. I. Mag.d the Bohemian, ^ meeting followed a luncheon Mth at the Alcazar Roof. In charge ning May nth at Beth David Tal- Julius Washer will pronounce the
M,s. M.Cowen the Japanese, Mrs. rf (h home o{ Mrg [dfl ()|iUui. thia affair are Gertrude Leai ,,, Trah n.in. All members are benediction. Mrs. Terry Steh
::"'y ,?'., Italian and Mrs. pregldent Committee heads named ""! Sylvia Chertkoff. urged to attend Fina] plaM flll. ,H, toastmistress and Mrs, i.ilhV,
William Friedman the Palestinian
ers. They will be accompanied
were: Membership, Mrs. Morris
Plant, chairman. Mr.-. Hilda Ries-
TIk
at the piano by Miss Freda Miller. ^ Mpg Mol.,.is" Alpert Mrs Mor. Women will observe Mother's Day
The b on will be pronounced ,.;/.I:K.()bs and Mrs. Mark MaxJ en Sunday, May 10, at 2:80 p. m.
the chapel dedication will be an- Beckwitt wil
Junior Council of Jewish ,.,,.
bj Kabbi M ix Shapu >. r......ring
tii. lormai i rogram i e;.. in .. its
t- served ami a social hour
will follow in Kaplan Hall. In
charge of arrangements are Mr.
I.aa Levin chairman, Mrs. bin-
jamin La Vine and Mesdames M. L.
Marcus, Elry Stone, Lou.s < ion,
Lewis Brown, William Friedman
and Nathan Adeiman. All 111 m-
bers of B'nai B'rith and the enure
Jewish public are invited ,o at-
tend. No admission charges or
collections will be taken up.
install the officers.
The public is invited to attend
Rest nations may be made wish
Junior Hadassah will present any member of the committee.
publicity, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; at the Alcazar Hotel when a a ,s(unK. an(1 mU8ica] "Mothers
hospitality and reception, Mrs. Ben Mother's and Daughter's tea will of (hc Wor,d program on Monday ...^ annua| gu ^^
jamin La Vine, chairman, Mrs. J. be held. A preview of the latest evenJng May ^ at the fieth of Be(h ^^ ^ ^ he]d
Richter. Mrs William Uhlfelder and fashions will be shown Master I)avjd Talmud Torah. Native types Las Olas Casino at Fort l.auder-
Mrs. M. L. Marcus; visiting, Mrs. Imng Ginsburg wil be soloist, and o ^^ countrk,s ^ ^ dale Sunday, May 24. Games of .11
A. Sontag; by-laws, Mrs. Maxwell Mis, Ruth Bushell will play the trayed amid a colorful stage back- kinds will be played and prize, wi
Hyman, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mrs. piano, rhe public is invited to at- ^^ am, wi di,pict thejr own ^ ^^ J ^J^ ^
H. Kevins and Mrs. Benjamin La < tend. personalities in a poetical interpre. details will be announced ,,, u
Vine; theatrical chairman, Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy; coin boxes, Mrs.
5. Halpert, chairman, Mrs. R. H.
Miles for Miami Beach, Mrs. Mor-
ris Dubler will be general chair-
man of membership and coin boxes
'and rummage collection for Coral
An important mceung ol .he ar- Gabk}8i Mr8 Ix.wis Brown was
rangements committee in charge |mnu.(i |)ai.,ia,m.,a,.iaM. Thl. ,..
of the hunger dinner to raise funds niMtion is makinjr p,ans for it.
One of the most interesting
tation.
early issue.
for suffering Jews of Poland and
Germany will be held at the home
of Mrs. Pont, 227 N. W. Fourth st, j
tonight. All members are urged to
attend.

annual picnic at the Bouche's Villa
Venice on June 14th.
* ** *
According to recent reports,
more than two million children will
, i II c .i, enjoy the benefits of summer camp-
The formal installation of the ...
.. L ... .. ing under proper supervision thi-
ecently elected officers of Beth s ...
coming summer. Affording chil-
dren of growing age a place where
proper training may he given them,
both mentally and physically, they
tan meet and solve their own prob-
4 Printed Sheer
That Will Make
Mother's Day
Great Success!
David Sisterhood will be held on
Sunday May 17th at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall at 0:30 p. m.
In charge of arrangements is a
committee consisting of Mrs. Har-
_,. c_ lems under the stimulus of proper
ry Oliphant, chairman; Mrs. Sadye '
dames Meyer Schwartz, L J. Hartz,
J. Fngler, Sam Wiesel and Stanley
C. Myers. Full details of the pro-
gram will be announced next week.
Women at its meeting last Wednes-
day at the Royal Palm Club heard
reports of committees, repealed a
number of by-laws and enacted
guidance of expert leaders. They
are taught self-reliance rather than
reliance upon others. They are
thus taught early in life to face
the problems that they must in-
evitably meet when they enter into
_, T .....% the life of every day business.
The Senior Council of Jewish *
Taught to appreciate outdoor life
and to enjoy all athletic activities.
they are also made to understand
the benefits of moderation in thes<
and all other proceedings of life.
Camp Wohelo, in the Blue Ridge
Mountains, is now entering ils sev.
enth consecutive season under the
leadership of Mrs. Bertha Berlin
wich Levy, its owner and director,
and has established an enviable rep-
utation for excellence in all child
training activities. It is limited to
girls, and all camp activities are
under trained councillors. Mrs.
Levy will leave soon for Baltimore
to begin preparations for the open-
ing of the camp.
\/c
Sun.-Mon.-Tues., May 10-11-12
Wallace BeeryLionel Barrymore
Erie LindenCecelia Parker
AH WILDERNESS
AVENUE
' '!W-nm-?W
Sun.-Mon., May 10-11
Marx BrothersKitty Carlisle
Allan Jones
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA
The annual Thrift Luncheon
, sponsored by Senior Hadassah will
he held on Monday May 11th at
12:80 p. m. at the Palatial Kosher
Restaurant. In charge of arrange-
ments is Mrs. J. Hartz who is be-
ing assisted by Mrs. Morris Dub-
ler, with whom reservations may
be made by those desiring to at-
A frock of the deli-
cate, airy kindwith
wide cape sleeves
advocated by Vogue
to heighten a wasp
wast look! Blue or
violet and white, with
blue flowers at the
neckline. For women.
THIRD FLOOR
Ceremonial accessories
for home and syna-
gogue, Fourth Floor
AQUI SE HABUA ESPANOl


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Vol. tNo. 19
5
The Future of Jewry
We recently attended a national conference of the I'nion
ii Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Of course.
the innumerable reports and speeches were heard. The emi-
nent men of the cloth were afforded ample opportunities to
demonstrate one's forensic ahilities at the expense of real
accomplishments.
01 a I the addresses, one only seemed to afford a bit of
rhice that should be accepted and worked on. It was the
cry for a spirit of militancy in the presentation of one's be-
liefs. It was the urge that Orthodox Jewry be not limited to
the narrow confines of "halocho." but that it enter into the
spirit of the problems of the day in these times, even as it
did in times none by.
It is about time that those at the head of this organiza-
tion that can be made a vital force in the life ot American
Jewry assume the responsibilities that are rightfully theirs.
This evasion of duties that has been so characteristic of this
organization in the past must cease if this organization is
io continue and not die out. Conferences that talk much and
d nothing: Is but another indication of the haphazard and
leaderltss methods that have been characteristic of its past
history. The reference of important resolutions to commit-
tees for the purpose of having these resolutions shelved, only
accentuates the fact that any organization, if it is to live.
must take a definite stand on every matter affecting Jewish
life and conduct.
We were impressed with the fact that in the Rabbinical
Council there are many who have the courage that is needed.
and there are perhaps more.
There must also be a definite line of demarcation be-
tween the duties of the laity and those of the clergy. When
our laity will acquire that courage of leadership that is so
absent today and so vitallv necessary, then and then alone
"ill Jewry succeed. The history of our people, the very es-
sence oi our faith, has always laid responsibility for acts upon
the individual and has never subscribed to the theory ot the
derg) doing that which is our very own responsibility.
We have faith in the future of our people. We have faith
in the very evident rapprochement of the forces of Jewry
by its component parts. We feel that Jewry is becoming more
f a \ital force than ever before. Let Orthodox Jewry do its
lhare towards that accomplishment, not by passive, dilatory,
evasive methods, but by positive, militant action in which
derg) :,nd laity will each do their share without attempt at
Interference with one another. _________
OFF MY CHEST
Bj RKIBEN FINK
This column is intended as a
Psychological convenience, a men-
ul relief. You usually feel re-
eved us goon as you get it off
jour chest. When your heart is
av-v with protest, when you ex-
fi ellng of righteous in-
Wjltion, you naturally become
anxious to get it off your chest.
11 's almost always a relief. The
Njychoanalyst would most likely
wen the boundaries of this con-
dition. The lovelorn who anxious.
v appeals to her favorite news-
Paper orcle doesn't really expect
I advice, nor does she verily intend
to follow counsel if givenshe
merely wants to get it off her
chest and feel better. The Pro
Bono Publico epistolary commen-
tator in THE TIMES is merelyde-
sirious of getting it off his chest
thus only would he be balmed. The
Vox Populi at the meeting, who
voluntarily rises to ask a question
cannot help himself; he is unable
to resist a strong desire to get
load off his chest. The wife who
takes it out on her husband, tl
spouse who evens up the score
with the frau are simply experienc-
ing the same irresistible psycho-
logical urge which is seeking re- '
lease through the "Off My Chest'
medium.
Believing in the great efficacy
of this mental balm, I decided to
invite you all to join the first "Off
the (best League" of which this
commentator proclaims himself as
the charter member. No dues. No
obligations. Such membership.
however, will entitle you to the
unusual privilege of getting it off
your chest by writing to this col-
umn, and thus ease your mind. In
these days that abound with leg-
ions, foundations and other organi-
zations, this League should easily
obtain an equal footing with the
best of them. It is_ furthermore,
my intention later on to organize
the oral chapter of the "Off the
Chest League." Its members, win.
may not wish or may not be able
to resort to the might of the pen,
would be privileged to speak their
minds to particular persons whose
aptitude as auditors would espe-
cially qualify them, person.- with
willing ears, sympathetic patience
and common interest.
My intentions will always he to
correct some evil, to point out some
injustice or, on the other hand, to
bestow praises on some special
laudable act.- or deserving move-
ments. There are, to be sure, cer-
tain special matters that never
seem to quench the fire of my in-
dignation. I shall note just a few.
1 nave nothing but scorn and con-
tempt for those of our people who
proudly claim to be "a different
kino of a Jew" or who (of all the
words in the dictionary) insist,
smart-alacky-wise, upon the use of
such terms as "Jew down" or
"Kike," or for those of our people
who feel exalted in their own esti-
mation merely because they hap-
pen to count a few Goyim among
their friends, or for those id' vis
who apologize for our very exist-
ence, or for those of us who feel
that there are too many Jews
everywhere and all over in the
professions and in the trades. If
those Jews are unaware of it, let
them become conscious once and
for all of the fact that we Jews
are B people too, that we have as
much right as any other people to
have many doctors lawyers, busi-
ness men, bankers, journalists, in-
surance agents, labor leaders, Re-
publicans, Communist.-, or what-
not. We have all these amongst us
because we SO desire and we need
not apologize for it.
1 have no intentions of advising
my daughter not to prepare for her
teaching career merely because
some Other Jew's daughter happens
to have embraced that profession.
Nor should you caution your son
not to become a physician solely
because your son's friend happens
also to be studying medicine. As
long as the professions of teach-
ing and medicine will survive, and
there will be Jews in the world, we
will have every right and reason
to have as many members in those
professions as can qualify. If the
Goyim don't like it (if, they don't,
and I don't know that they don't)
then, let them not like it. These
Goyim worry me very little. They
wouldn't like it just as well if we
had loo few physicians or lawyers
or business people. These Gentile
critics will be sure to find this or
that excuse for their Jew-hatred,
and if there will be no excuse they
will invent one. Remember tins:
Hitler doesn't like us because he
claims that we are, all at once and
at the same time, Communists,
capitalists, rich, poor, scientists.
geniuses, and inferior people, but
above all -Jews. This is the great-
est sin of them allthat we are
Jews.
I have just as little sympathy for
those of us who choose to parade
around with a chip on their shoul-
ders, with those Jews who insist
upon wedging in their race at all
unnecessary and uncalled for occa-
sions. More particularly am I in-
censed again.'t those Jews who em-
ploy their Jewishness as a cloak o
cover up their personal or indi-
vidual shortcomings, as a shield
against one's own faults. I can
best illustrate it by an unusual ex-
perience that I have personally
witnessed.
It was in December, 1!18. The
American correspondents to the
peace conference at Versailles,
France, were on their way to Eu-
rope on the SS. Ari/.aha. There
were, 1 believe, only 52 of us on
the boat with very few outsiders,
consisting' of a limited number of
honorary guests. Amongst us there
was one, who may be best described
as a typical "climber" and general
busybody. He represented a group
of small newspapers. Before long
he became the editor and publisher
and publicity man and facto facto-
tum of the daily news sheet that
we issued on the Arizaha, known
by the picturesque name of "The
Arizaba Aziraban."
Before the Week was over his be-
havior became quite intolerable
and, by his own actions, he practi-
cal!) eliminated himsell from be-
ing officially recognized as an ac-
credited correspondent to such an
important conference. He was
thus gently informed of his newly
acquired status that of a layman.
This action was taken at a meet-
ing of the correspondents, who had
banded themselves into an organi-
zation known as "The Official Cor-
respondents to the Peace Confer-
ence at Versailles." The vote was
practically unanimous.
That evening, to my great
amazement, this climber called on
me and expressed a most indignant
protest against this action of the
correspondents. He asked me to
intercede in his behalf with Mr.
Herbert Bayard Swope, the recog-
nized head of the group. Why ap-
peal to me of all people? Why'.'
Because, "YoU know, you are a
Jew and I am a Jew. This action
of the correspondents was a direct
and overt act of anti-semitism.
They wanted to get rid of me mere-
ly and solely because I am a Jew."
Well, in the parlance ol the street,
he could have knocked me over
, with a feather. Why, no one, 1
am sine, ever suspected him direct-
ly or indirectly of being a Jew, no
one knew of it. The action of the
correspondents had absolutely noth-
ing to do with his origin, race, or
religion. Even after he informed
me of his Jewishness, I wasn't at
all certain that he was telling the
truth.
There were four correspondents
on the boat who were known to be
Jews: Herbert Bayard Swope, of
the New York World; David Law-
rence, of the New York Evening
Post; Abraham Cuban, of the Jew-
ish Daily Forward, and myself.
Three of us were at the meeting
and voted for his expulsion. When
I related this episode to Swope he
commented "Forget it, let sleep-
inn dogs lie." And that's that.
My comments will not be ex-
clusively about Jews; others will
receive their fair share of praise
and criticism whenever they or
their acts will rest heavily on my
.hest and will seek release. So
will politicians, lawmakers, social
workers and all others, Jews and
Gentiles alike, who will chance to
come under my observation.
I promise to take full advantage
,i my membership in the "Off My
i lust League."
CARS NEED
SPRING CLEANING
A spring cleaning Is a spring
tonic to an automobile, giving it
renewed life and liveliness, and fit-
ting it for the summer's season of
heavy duty use, according to C. W.
Wood, national service director of
the Chevrolet Motor Company.
"Proper attention to an automo-
bile when spring comes is just as
important as winter preparations,"
says Mr. Wood. "Unfortunately,
many motorists neglect the spring
cleaning job, with the result that
the car, and the engine especially,
cannot perform at maximum effi-
ciency and economy.
"As soon as the weather war-
rants it. heaters should be com-
pletely disconnected from the cool-
inn system. That is the fittings
and valves and hose connections
should be removed and stored care-
fully, and especially important, the
heater itself should be emptied by
removing the drain plug at the bot-
tom.
"The fan and its drive belt are
a part of the cooling system, re-
member. In cold weather a slip-
ping fan bell may not be noticed,
because the engine will run cool
anywaybut on the first warm day
the i ngine may overheat unless the
belt is adjusted to get the maxi-
mum cooling effect from the fan.
"Actually, the best thing one
can do for one's car in the spring
is to have a complete tune-up of
the engine, including a thorough
overhauling of the entire cooling
system, plus a change from win-
ter to summer lubricants in the
engine, transmission and rear
axle."
Strictly
Confidential
Communal Front
Rabbi David Frankel of Vienna
is now in this country with a col-
lection of Hebrew manuscripts and
rare books, which he values at
$12,000 The congressional li-
brary is eager to get them for its
Semitic division, provided some i ich
Jews will present it to the library
... At this time there is no money
in sight One of the best known
book and manuscript dealers who is
very much interested in cultural
activities in Palestine told Rabbi
Frankel that in his book business
he's not interested in things Jewish
. former Congressman William
\V. Cohen, well known New York
Jewish communal leader, is very
proud of the fact that his automo-
bile license plate reads "W W 1"
. Two weeks after the Seven
Arts announced the details of the
merger of the ORT and JUC cam-
paigns the JDC made the merger
public ... A huge testimonial din-
ner is in preparation for Ludwig
Lewisohn ... It will serve as tne
first official welcome to the fa-
mous author in New York.
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
12 (ierman Jewish Families Flee
Addis Ababa
Rome (WNS)Twelve German
Jewish refugee families who set-
tled in Addis Ababa, have now left
the Ethiopian capital because of
fear of possible bombardment by
the invading Italian army, accord-
ing to dispatches reaching here
from Italy. All of these refugees
are either doctors or engineers who
were invited to Kthiopia by the
government. They are now living
temporarily in French Somaliland.


Pane Four
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, May 8, lv:,;
II
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
TEMPLE
Friday evening services, Temple
i Mi l!i form Jewish Con-
tion, 137 X. E. Nineteenth St.,
at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will
speak on "Patriotism Embraces the
Whole Human Family."
of vocal solos by Mrs. Miriam
Todd, accompanied by Miss June
Sills, and violin selections by Miss
Travis Lee Harris, with Miss Jane
Burge at the piano. The retiring
president. Mrs. Isaac Levin, gave
her annual report of activities, and
Mrs. Morris Plant, superintendent
of the Religious school, jrave an
sundav mnrninir Mothers Day ... ... .. ... ...
,..-.. outline of the activities ot .h
will be celebrated during the as-
sembly period, and Sunday evening
B'nai B'rith will celebrate
Moth r's Day in Temple Israel. The
public i- cordially welcome.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
school. The principal speaker of
the afternoon was Dr. Carl Her-
man of West Palm Beach, who
spoke "n "The Youth Movement in
the American Congregation."
The newly installed president,
Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan, spoke in-
spiringly of plans for the coming
County. X. C. He is now forty-
four years old. married, and ha-
liccn a resident of Florida for -"
years.
Judge Petteway has been fa-
\ .ml with a wonderful experience
as a judge of the juvenile court i"
Hillsborough County for five and
one-half years, following which he
has been judge of the criminal
court of that county for 11 years.
Having been nominated four times
in Democratic primaries, he comes
to the voters with an unimpeach-
able record of nearly IT years of
public service.
Judge Petteway is distinctly in
favor of economy in government.
He -lates: "I favor a tax system
in Florida that is capable of pro-
ducing enough revenue for public
needs, and no more, and will spon-
sor the revision of our tax sys-
tem so as to relieve real estate
in this state from some of its COn-
fiscatory tax burdens. Of course,
all candidates for governor and
other offices are expected to prom-
ise economy in government. They
all do. So do I Hat. inasmuch as
I am one of the very few public
officers in my county, and so far
the fact that be is familiar with
the duties of the office as no other
candidate for that office is. II"
is a native Floridian and has been
a resident of Hade County for the
pa-t II years. He is a director of
the Young Democratic Club and ac-
tive in the political life of the
county.
in all affairs.
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OWEN CARR
Opening prayer was given by year and announced a meting of k""^ the entire state, who
ay Cowen, Shirley Levy read the the executive board for Monday, took a voluntary reduction in sal-
A native of Florida. 0. A. Rol-
lins is making an active fight for
the office of Purchasing Agent of
Dade County. Mr. Rollins points
to his years of experience in rail-
road, telegraphic and business life.
He is now in charge of the real
.state department of the South
Atlantic mortgage Co. If elected to
the office he proposes to have the
purchases made under his super-
vision in the interests of the tax-
payers of the community. He is
being supported by the- rank and
file of the people and is declining
to promise favoritism in future
purchases from selfish interests.
He further proposes that the rec-
ords of his office will be available
to the voters at all times and
pledges absolute economy, business
administration and simple honesty
Fax
and Charles Ruhin gave May 11th. at 10:30 a. m.. at the
llic- closing prayer. Tin- .r'hiay- ---------------------------
celebrated were: Florence and Ir-
ving Coret, Mary Anne I!: n stn .
and H Ri sner.
collection came front
tin- Intermediate departmi nt,
''. a : i the highest attendan ft on
Political Briefs
After a most active campaign in
whk-h he has covered the entire
I lepartment, class 2 rn and western pan of the
ary before, it was reduced by law.
and when I didn't have to do it. I
claim the light to lie believed when
I say that 1 will lead the way to
real e.-onomy iii the government
of our state in all of its depart-
over which the goveernor
has any control."
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Candidate for
Constable
Second District
Dade County, Florida
1 YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
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SISTERHOOD
. Judge R ileigh Petteway will Tom Wood., for the past ten
open his Dade County campaign in years a deputy constable in Dis-
si personal appearance in Bayfront trict No, _'. is a candidate for the
Park on Wednesday evening, May office of constable of the district
3th, at eight o'clock. and is waging an active campaign
Judge Petteway was bom in a Hence in the office. He points to
house on a farm in On slow on his record id' service and expe-
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Everglade Hotel. The
in c hai of arrangements consi
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don Davis, Mrs. Harry N'evins, Mrs.
Frai Mrs. Maxw II Hy-
man. Mrs. Joseph Richter and Mrs.
Jules; Pea: Iman.
Mrs, Jules Pearlman acted as
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vis di installation cere-
mony. The following are the- new
offii ;.-: President, .Mrs. Jacob H.
K an; first vice president, Mr-.
Jules Pearlman; second ni -
. Mrs. Josei h Richtei; record-
ing secretary, Mrs. Henry D. Wil-
l "ire -ponding secretary.
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis; financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Henry Bulbin; i a
urer, Mrs. Harry N'evins; auditor,
' I' Laui i nc< S ipero; trustees,
1 iret, Mi a. Cordon Da-
vis, Mi II. U. Feibelman, Mi M.
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PALM BEACH COUNTY
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI.W
Page Five
Political Briefs
Judge W. F. Brown of the Court
/Crimes 'a a candidate for re-
gion i" 'hi- office which he has
,,,,!! since 1927. He began in
the legal profession in Dade Coun-
1V jn 1919, served in the Dade
County Democratic Executive Com.
mjttec, and has been high in civic,
fraternal and religious circles of
tne community. Judge Brown
proim!>e} to conduct the Court on
the same high plane he has pur-
ged since his election, and to up-
l|(l|,l the honor and fair name of
pade County judiciary at all times.
II,. is .. Mason and a member of
ia club.
tion to this office.
jUgt of the Peace Clement I..
Theed of the Third District is again
late for the office. He has
served the district for two terms
cord of fearless, capable,
and h nest administration of the
office. Since his arrival in this
area more than twenty-five years
has been active in the so-
cial, political and communal life
,; Dade County and particularly
onut drove. Justice Theed
a- admitted to the Bar in 1925
having received his education in
the schools of Dade County and
in tin University of Florida. His
supporters urge his re-election be-
cause of his impartiality and ef-
ficiency in office.
Ernest li. Graham owner-man-
ger of the Graham Dairy, a gradu-
ate of the Michigan College of
Mines, a World war veteran having
served i the 22nd Engineers Bat-
talion, former member of tin-
state [toad Commission and active
in the communal life of this com-
munity Since his arrival here In
1921 is an active candidate for the
office of State Senator from Dade
County. Ilis platform includes
among other constructive measures
the return of a fair proportion of
the taxes collected to i ach county
wherein the taxes are received, lie
will strenuously fight the injection
Of polities or other insidious in-
fluences in school affairs. Mr.
Graham urges the clear thinking
voters of the County to cast their
votes for him because of his busi-
ness ability, his knowledge of con-
ditions, and his fearlessness.
Dade County, Mr. Costello points
to his record as trustee of District
No. 5. Mr. Costello is married and
the father of three children two
Of whom are attending Dade Coun-
ty schools.
poses constitutional amendments to record of accomplishments and ef-
( any out the re-apportionment of fieieney in his present public office.
Dade County's representation, lie Ilis host of friends urge his sup
is outstanding in ability and know, port because they feel that the
ledge of conditions in the body office needs a man like "Charlie"
politics of the state. Dillon.
Judge A. 15. Small of the Civil
Court of Record is a candidate for
re-election to the position he now
occupies. A native of Kentucky
Judge Small came to Florida in
irlj youth. He received his
education here and began his law
practice in Lake City. He came
to Miami in 1919 and has been ac-
tive in civic, fraternal and com-
munal life of the county, lie was
i il the founders of the River-
side Improvement Association. He
points to his record as Judge as
showing his ability to (properly
perform the duties of the office. He
ing the unqualified support
of man) of the prominent lawyers
of Dadi County who come i111 >
daily conta*-' with him.
lames llickland constable for
District No. 5 at .Miami Bea
the past eight years is again a can-
didate for re-election lie points
to his record in office as the :I a-
son for his re-election. Mr. Hick-
land has served a- constable for
two terms, as deputy sheriff tor
' four years and assistant chief of
police of Miami Beach for two
years. He came to Miami Beach
fifteen years ago and has been ac-
tive in the civic and communal af-
fairs of Miami Beach. He is presi-
dent of the South Beach Taxpayers'
Association, a Methodist, Mason
and Elk.
Waging an active campign for
the County Commissionership of
District 1. is Harold ('. Costello,
prominent attorney and active in
the communal affairs of Dade
County. Urging a broad business
administration of the affairs of
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Jerry W. Carter, one of the
unique figures in the public life
of Florida, is making an appeal to
all creeds and classes of the state
in the final wind-up tour prior to
the first primaries. Carter has
been active in political life for
years having served as Hotel Com-
missioner and now occupies the
on of Railroad Commissioner
of Florida. He is asking for the
veils of the citizenry on his rec-
ord in public office. Carter is a
nt of Florida since early
childhood and received his training
and education in Florida BChools.
I rging that the registration rolls
of Dade County be carefully In-
vestigated C C. "Dutch Kirkland"
is campaigning for the office of
Supervisor of Registration for
Dade County. A native of Florida
he was educated in the public
schools and the University of Flor-
ida. If elected he promises to so
conduct the office that the pay-
ment of poll taxes illegally will be
forever stopped
George E. Holt candidate for the
Legislature in Group l is urging
[ the reapportionment of Dado's rep-
; resentation in the legislature of
' Florida on the basis of actual pop-
ulation in the county in proportion
to the entire popultion of the state,
Mr. Holt who is an active attor-
ney, noted for his uprightness of
purpose and ability, is professor
of law at the University of Flori-
da, thirty-three years old, married
and the father of two children. He
is definite in his pledges and ]>ro-
kJoGUST BROsUy^
L/^ Is the BEST.' ^.
Janus .1. Maisn...l, better known
as 'Jimmy" to his host of friends
in the county is waging an aggres-
sive campaign for the office of
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion of Made County. Prominent as
an educator, with degrees from
the University of Pittsburgh and
Harvard, he is widely known also "
as a speaker and active worker in j
i Ivic, religious and educational [
matters. He is a contributing edi-
tor on Astronomy for the Miami j
Herald. While in Pittsburgh he \
was active in the work of the Inn.' [
Kauffman settlement. Pittsburgh's I
outstanding Jewish social welfare i I
organization. Serving as instruc- ]
tor there without charge, he had |
among his students Harry I. Lip- j
ton one of the leaders in the Jew- ;
ish communal life of Greater Mi- I
ami. As Superintendent Mr. Mar- 1
shall proposes to free the school
system from all political taint am
from all political coercion.
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HAROLD C.
COSTELLO
Charlie Dillon, the present con-
stable of District _', is wairing an j
active fight for election to the of- \
fice of Clerk of the Criminal Court
of Record. He pedges an honest [
administration of the office with- 1
out fear or favor and points to his j
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1 on able of District No.
- lb has been a resident of Mi-
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been active in general affairs in
inity since he came hen-.
Harried and has two ehil-
': elected he promises an
able and impartial administration
Mir,- of constable and the
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from I district, so that the resi-
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ELECT
W. F. BROWN
I ed for bis efficient and
record while Inspector of
- in Miami, X. I'. Lowrey
.skin"; the support of Dade
citizenry for the office of
Commissioner in District
" A property owner since 1919
itizen since 1924 Mr. Low-
been active in the building
I 'ion work of this communi-
ty. He organized the Engineers
elub .,!' Miami, and has served as
ml Building Inspector and
uilding inspector of Miami
'''"'< 1926. He points to his r<<-
(l|,l and knowledge of engineering
ns as one of the most valu-
able assets that any aspirant to
Hie county commission could have.
"'' Pledges businesslike and ef-
"c'eni administration of the duties
f his office in a manner that will
Jve the taxpayers of the county
thousands of dollars. His many
''lends point to his engineering
''"ties as a reason for his elec-
| GEO. E. HOLT
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Your
REPRESENTATIVE
Group One
He Will Protect the
Interests of Dade County
\ Subject Democratic Primary,
June, 1936
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N. P. LOWREY
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 'l
And Give Dade County a
Progressive, Businesslike
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THE JEWISH FLORIMAN
Friday, May 8, ^
Political Briefs^
urge his election to the office of
constable because he is unfettered
by selfish interests and because
" '" of his unsullied record in public
J. Harvey Robillard now City aflillr.. Some of the most promi-
attorney of Miami Beach is pre- m.nl buines and professional men
senunu a constructive platform in of I)a(l(, Countv are a(.tivelv aiding
his fijrht for the office of State the cadidacy of Murry Grossman
Senator. He is opposed to the use ,-,. Constable.
of coercive methods to Kin vote.- _______
and pledges his every effort it'
elected, to the control of county
affair- by its citizens, a return of
a fair proportion of tax moneys
collected to each county, adequate
financing of the schools and rea-
sonable protection for the wage
Promising to administer justice
impartially and fearlessly, Ralph
('. Pole announced his cand lacy
fur re-election bs justice of oeace
of the fiftl which includes
.Miami I!
Il<' lias identified with In
MIAMI
too be sure
Hv
NOTES
HARRY SCHWARTZ
Ix-ttei n i in inn in
congratulating I Da
vis
111 behall o) th< Y. M H \.
"My Mom I Love Her" and
many other beautiful song num-
ber! commemorating Mother's Day
will be heard Tuesday May 12 at
the Y clubrooms under the spon-
sorship of the Women's Division.
All members of the Y and their
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend and help make this occasion
one you may remember for a lonir
time. Refreshments and entertain-
ment of the best will be offered
gratis. Don't forget the date, Tties-
daj May IL' at 8:30 p. in.
day night May 11, gettinK dim
, with her job. Harold Seigla and
' Leonard Tobin looking for a counl
of trills to drive home. Mi-. Sarah
Lehrman offering her commence.
ment day speech ahead of tin,
; For the sum of 25 cents apiece yog
may bring yourself and a gal friend
to the Jr. Division Beach |'arlv
to be held at the 7<)th st. beach
Two trucks have been gracioutl)
offered the Y by Barney Kraft anil
Phil Berkowitz to pick up the mob
as well as haul all the hoi dogs
and other Hozarye.
among the constructive rapid developmenl and progress oi who was voted the h
measures he will support. He fur-
ther urjres that .Miami Beach,
where he resides, is entitled to rep.
reaentation because of its impor-
tance in the life of the countv.
Miami II-.* h .. a n active
worki
i ast 12 VI ..
at the
On his rrival in Miami Beach in
i'.'-'i Mr, Pole was made manager
.....0,000 worth of Spanish Vil-
lage property, owned at that time
by N. B. 'I' Roney.
In 1!'2!> .Mr. Pole was appoint
;> the Miami Beach Zoning Com-
mission.
In 1931 Mr. Pole was named to
the Miami Beach Board of Zoning
Adjustments. In 1 !:14 he was re-
appointed.
He served in 1930 a- judge of
A vigorous empaign in the in-
terest of I,. R. "Roy" Weston's can-
didacy tor election as sheriff is be-
ing conducted throughout Dade
County by Mr. Weston and his sup-
porter-.
Weston for Sheriff headquarters
have been established at 180 Shore-
land Arcade. Russell K. Hand,
president of the insurance company
bearing his name, and prominent
in church, fraternal and school ac-
tivities, has been named Mr. Wes- the Miami Beach Municipal court
ton's campaign manager. Both are following his appointment by the
native Floridians, city council on recommendation of
A single plank has been an- Mayor I.ouis F. Snedigar.
nounced by Mr. Weston in seeking He was elected by an overwhelm-
the n imination. and that ia that he ing majority in 1982 for a four-
wili ill Dade County of the -ver year term as justice of peace.
increasing criminal lenient coming Mr. Pole is a member of the Mi-
here in increasing numbers jach ami Beach post, American Legion,
year. and the Miami Beach Optimist club
..i ,. ,. ,. ,, and is a Mason and a Shriner. He
I am the candidate of all the ,, ...
.. ,',. m,. u> .., an<1 Mrs- *'1' reside at Miami
people, Mr. We.-, m says. "I am ,. ,
iri. > beach,
not obliged to any clique, faction
or individual. I have absolutely -----------------------------------
no strings tied to me. The peo-
ple can depend on vigorous and
dignified law enforcement when I
enter the office."
Mr. Weston points to his record
as a law enforcement officer in
Dade County, where he has served
as a member of the criminal inves-
tigation department of the sheriff's
office, as assistant chief of police
in Coral Cables, and as chief of
police there.
r. Ha la
Sun-
lurrj
i ,i ossman > hair-
man of the at fair
and her assist-
ants truly deserve
a round ol ap-
ausi
i no..i manner
i
[air was handled. Miami Beach's
n xl nstable, Mun y
was dulj gri
Dot and the i
I
deni i ih
Miss Josephine Kolman was
appointed to fill the position of
treasurer left vacant by the resig-
nation of Miss Sylvia Greenfield
who will shortly be Mrs Gus Zo-
slow, and chosen to the board of
directors was Frances Tobias
NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
TODAYWill be accepted if fit
for publication In this column
starting next Friday.
RE-ELECT
Here's ..... grand news; An
fB consisting of four men
have offered their services gratis
and will represent the Y at all their
ut tire noi a I mcl ions at the club-
"" The o are Maurice Fo
i r, Phil Weintraub, Dave Trager
Jer.....e Bass. Their inception
lake place Tuesday at the
Mothers Day Affair.
i ii :,. ire of these
I .,,. spons-
ored by the Hadassah or the Y as
long as it will bring the Jewish ele-
ment together and bring about
sorely needed harmony among our
Jewish Civic and Fraternal organ-
izations.
Heard and seen at the Jr. Di-
vision meeting Monday. The hock-
ing of a chinek as well as gavel
of Miss Ann Lehrman in trying to
keep her merry group of must-get-
-theirs under control.
PATY
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Always an ardent worker in any
cause he believes in, Murry die-
man, candidate for the office of
Constable in District No 5, which
includes Miami Beach, is waging
an active and energetic campaign.
Mr. Grossman recently resigned his
po-ition as deputy sheriff which
he filled with unusual ability, to
devote his time to the present cam.
paign for constable. Mr. Cross-
man though young in years has
shown his devotion to communal
affairs and has been active in the
organization of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association, formerly the
lie.:, At lletic cluo. He -erved
several term.- as president and
helped build the orgnization, He
helped organize the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce of Miami Beach
which he aided to become one of
the most constructive forces for
the upbuilding of Miami Beach. He
helped organize the Civic League
of Miami Beach, was active in the
ic ent drive of the Salvation Army.
and was the first president of the
Miami Beach Jewish Social Set.
Mr. (irossman is married and his
wife is active in Jewish and non-
Jewish communal affairs. Mr.
Grossman has resided in this area
for a long time and will bring to
the office of constable experience
in law enforcement work tempered
with real ability and the zeal for
public interest that has character-
ised his work in the past for civic
and communal affairs. His many
Jewish and non-Jewish friends
Hurry and get your tickets for
the Y. M. 11. A. Moonlight Boat
Ride Party. Sunday May HI is the
date. 8:80 p. m.. is sailing time,
Pier 7 City Yacht Basin is the
place. Admission is SI.50 perl
couple. Remember only the first
fifty couples buying tickets will be
accepted. Music and entertainment
will be furnished during this four
hour pleasure jaunt. Kye Sigh
Dare; Twill be a balmy evening,
RE-ELECT
CLEMENT L
THEED
JCSTICE OF PEACE
District No. 3
CapableExperienced
i I'i.icl for l.y ii Iri. mil
Alberta Tannenbaum, chair-
man of the food committee for the
Beach Party that will be held Mon-
JIM HICKLAND
CONSTABLE
District No. 5
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CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME!
Dade county. fr every man. unman and child, white and black,
paid 120 in tribute-not taxes-last year! This was in the form
of 13.600.000 paid by Dade taxpayers and used for the DIRECT
benefit of other counties!
LETS MAKE THIS CHARITY BEGIN AT HOME!
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Friday, May 8, 1986
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Jacksonville News f^
Th Bnnual May luncheon <>f the
Tempi'' Sisterhood, which closed
he season for the organization,
.,. a brilliant event of 1 o'clock
,v in the Calling hotel main
ballroom. Preceding the luncheon,
( br|el reception was held. Receiv-
ing with Mrs. I.. P. Lippman, presi.
denl whs the president and secre-
,,,v of the Tri-State Temple sis-
terhood Federation, Mrs. Leonard
I,' Grunthai, and Mrs. Joseph M.
Glickstein, and officers of the lo-
,;11 Sisterhood, Mrs. Israel L. Kap-
|an, first vice president; Mrs. L.
Ber'lack, second vice president; Mrs.
S. Joel, recording secretary;
Mra Benjamin M. David, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Leon
Greenbaum, hospitality chairman,
,ilui M,s. diaries Hillyer, incoming
hospitality chairman.
Page Seven
STATEWIDE NEWS
Tampa Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Leitman of
Jacksonville, Fla., spent the week
end here with Mr and Mrs. P. /liar.
Mr. and Mrs. Leitman are former
Tampans.
ai : Mrs. 1. L. Schemer an-
the birth of a daughter,
Marian, on Thursday,
, St. Luke's Hospital.
Honi :: g Miss Rose Leibovitz,
. iage to Ansel Chepenik
mnized on May 10, Mrs.
li. We and Mrs. V. Markovitz
A dnesday in the Carl-
with a dessert bridge
I Mrs. Irving Horvitz "i"
,i.. announce the birth of
Maxine Leah, on March
Tampa section, National Council
of Jewish Women, will hold their
annual luncheon May 13th at the
Tampa Terrace hotel.
New ni' mbers are Mesdames J.
Stern. David Cowen, Adolph Wei',
Joseph Stein, C. M. Guggenheimer,
A. Whitman. Herman Jenkins, Wil-
liam Bass, M. L. Marcus, 0. Mar-
cus, M. Schwartz, I. Einbinder, F.
Perlman and Mrs. L. Shear.
Annual reports will be read at
this time.
Committee in charge of luncheon
i- Mrs. Johanna Goldberg, chair-
man, assisted by Mesdames Henry
Brash, J. Swerdlin, II. Sandier, B.
Haimovitz, I. S. Levy and Mrs. A.
Bilgore.
West Palm Beach
Notes
Regular Friday nighl services at
Beth Israel Congregation were held
at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Carl X, Her-
man officiating.
Orlando Notes
Mr. and Mrs. S. Schoor returned
from Miami after an enjoyable
visit of two weeks
Rov Bitting In his study over his
tall yellow tomes ready to give de-
cisions, advice, help, out of con-
verse with our prophets an.I sag< i
is doing, can be doing by both ex-
ample and precept -especially by
example a higher work. All men
at Che bottom of their hearts ask:
What shall I do to be saved V Saved
from meaningless and Godlessness
and sin. When the ministers are
all social workers and the final de-
struction of spiritual values will
be by so much nearer.
Roumanian Nazi Leader Exposed
As Jewish Convert
A bridge party will be given by
i ,i Judean club in the near
tture in the Jackson Jewish C n
and ;. picnic will be given on
Mas IT.
The Junior Daughters of Israel
will be hostess Friday night, May
v. in the Jacksonville Jewish Cen-
u at the Mother's Day services.
guest for the evening will
lii of the members of the
.-.t urn. Every mother present
ve a corsage in commemo-
of the occasion. Prizes will
aided to the oldest and
youngest mother present, also to
the mother having the most chil-
dren present that evening.
Miss Shirley Aronovitz, bride-
elect, was guest Of honor recently
at a miscellaneous shower given by
her cousins .Miss Pearl Buchman
and Mrs. X. LutZ, at the hitter's
home.
A pink and white color scheme
was used ill the decorations and
refreshment course was served.
Over ~t'l e.in sis were present and
v ar ious games were played
throughout the evening.
I' th El Congregation had their
regular Friday night services a:
the temple, with Rabbi Male offi-
ciating,
'I', mple Sisterhood had its annual
luncheon Tuesday. May 6th, at the
Pern Grill. Dr. Herman was th
speaker. He spoke on "Religj u
Education" for the youth. Dr. Her-
man also gave the invocation. Of-
ficers installed by Dr. Herman
were: Presidi nt, Mrs. Harry Hal-
pern; vice-president, Mis. Cy Ar-
gintar; recording secretary, Mrs.
Carl X. Herman; financial secre-
tary, Mrs. T. S. Meyer; treasurer,
Mrs. Sam Goldman. The pre
was presented with a tiled coffee
table ami a coffee set as an ap-
preciation of her services as pres-
ident during the past year.
The entile community sympa-
thizes deeply with Mr. E. DeLong
in the recent death of his wife,
Henrietta, after an illness of many
months. Mrs. DeLong, with her
husband, moved to Orlando, from
Winter Park a short time ago. They
had lived iii Winter I 'ink for twen-
ty years, coming to America from
Paris, France. During her life-
time, Mrs. DeLong was an ardent
worker in the community.
Mr. Henry Peskin of Widener,
Ga., is the guest of .Mr. and Mrs.
I.. Kaminol'f.
Bucharest (WNS)M. Gabriel-
OSCU, one of the most militant lead-
ers of the liumanian Nazis, ha
been exposed as a Jewish convert
to Christianity. Mis real name is
Emanuel Zipkes.
Mrs. M. Hoik returned to Jack-
nonvilli after visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. lien Sigal, for Bev-
< al wi eks.
A meeting of the Rothschild
Young Judean Club was held
Thurs lay in the Jacksonville Jew-
1
A joint meeting of all former
Young Judean Club members, the
St. Augustine Young Judean Club,
anil the Jacksonville Young Judean
Club will be an event of early
June.
TAMPA Y. M. II. A.
The schedule of activities for
the coming week re:
Sunday S p. m. Regular Sunday
night dance in the auditorium, free
for members
Monday, 7:30 p. m. Meeting of
the Board of Directors, also meet-
ing of the Co-Eds.
Tuesday. T::io p. m. meeting of
Boy Scouts, 8 p. m.. meeting of
Merryfellows; 9:20 p. m. Y. M. 11.
A. Diamondball team versus the
Jeycees.
W. dnesday, 8 p. m. Women's
night in the Gym.
Thursday. D:20 p. m. Diamond-
ball name. Y. M 11. A. team versus
Ks slice.
Friday, 3:30 p. m. Organization
meeting of the Girl Scout-.
Miss Esther Hackel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackel, and
Montague Rosenberg will be sol-
emnized Sunday, May 10, in the
home of the bride. Only members
f the immediate families will at-
"nd the ceremony, for which there
'ill he no cards, and a reception
w'iH be held from 4 to (i o'clock
May in, following the wedding.
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis of the
Jacksonville Jewish (enter will of-
ficiate.
Miss Marjie Ila-kel will be her
sister's maid of honor, and John
Roscnblum will act as Mr- Rosen-
berg's best man.
Beth El Congregation and sis-
terhood had their semi-monthly
meeting at the home id' Mr. and
Mis. I.. Goldstein. PIan> were ar-
ranged for two card parties, to be
held during the month of May. De-
licious refreshments were served
by the hostesses.
B'uai B'rith Lodge IN" held its
regular weekly meeting at the spa-
cious home of Mr. and Mrs. (). P.
Gl'Uner. After all matters of .in
portance were discussed and a -
conip.ished a social hour followed.
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostess. Plans were made
for observance of Mother's Day on
Sunday, May 10th, at tiie May-
flower Hotel.
The dessert bridge and card par-
ty given recently !>y the Ladies'
Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and
Home for the Aged proved to be a
nest delightfully successful affair,
both socially and financially.
.Mis. Sidney I.. Blattner was the
chairman. Mrs. Pete llaimowitz co-
chairman, assisted by Mrs. Joe
Bartley, Mrs. A. Nabin ml Mrs.
M. Ghelerter. Delicious refresh-
ments Were served.
Winnei of the special prizes
a winded during the afternoon
were: Mrs. S. Bono, Mrs. Nat F.
Cohen, .Mrs. I. M. Lieberman and
.Mrs. M. Witten.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Ohav Sholem will hold
their regular monthly meeting May
5th. at the Synagogue, at 8 p. m.
Flection of officers will take place.
Miss Celia Weintraub of Key
We-i is making her home in Or-
lando.
A meeting of the Cemetery com
mittee was held in the vestry rooms
of the Synagogue last Thursday
evening. Mrs. Joe Wolfe, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary, and Mrs.
Lou Jacobs were present and sug-
gested a plan for the beautification
of the cemetery at Orla Vista. Con.
side able discussion took place and
the f-mmittee accepted the plan
for further consideration. Mr. I..
Lieberman, chairman of the com-
mittee, presided.
William C. Hodges
"Homestead Hill"
Submits His Candidao for
GOVERNOR
of Florida
To the People of This State
Subject to Democratic Primaries
Mr. Abe Maas of Tampa was a
visitor in Orlando on Monday. He
was impressed with the remark-
able growth and activity in the
City of Orlando.
Mrs. Charles Rosengarten of Mi-
ami was the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz the past
week. Mrs. Rosengarten returned
home Friday.
The next regulr meeting of Or-
lando Lodge No. 1043 will be held
in the vestry rooms of the Syna-
gogue on Tuesday May 12th. Re-
freshments will be served.
Political Briefs
Addressing several thousand
0tera of Dade County at the Bay-
front Park last week. Senator Wil-
'WUl C. Hodges spoke vigorously on
Ue issues fac.'ng the voters and
taxpayers of Florida in the pres-
"I: campaign. In asking for the
vote of the people he reiterated his
and unequivocal stand
'gainst any sales tax and all nui-
sance taxes. He favors both old
Ke and mother's pension, $5 auto j
**eSi the removal of gasoline
jj*M from boats and tractors j
*h*n used in industry. He stands
'r Uw preservation of the home-
ead exemption amendment and
the .enlargement of it- scope He
worked for this amendment
through his long term of office in
the senate and led the fight for its
ratification against all opposition
before the peoph >f the state. Mr.
Hodges is making splendid head-
way because of his unequivocal
stand on all public matters, and
his many friends urge his election
because of his long record of faith-
ful and unselfish service to the
public in the interests of all the
people. Many prominent citizens
in Dade County are actively cam-
paigning for Mr. Hodges because
of their belief that a man of his
calibre is sorely needed at this
time to place the state of Florida
on a business basis.
William D. Joyce of Coconut
Grove is urging his election to the
office of purchasing agent of Dade
County because of his ability and
experience. He is a World war
veteran and has lived in Florida
for the past IT years. He prom-
ises to conduct the office in the
interests of all the taxpayer.- and
to insure at all times that then
will be no favoritism for special
interests. He further pledges to
devote all his time to the duties
of the office.
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page 1)
"social" is getting to be a veil be-
tween us and man, between us and
things, between us and all the real-
ities of God's world.
These realities are deeper than
the specific problems of any age
or the specific wrongs of any given
society. To live face to face with
those realities is to have some
chance of leading the good life. And
a good society must be composed
of men who lead the good life. Who
v 'ill be aware of those realities
and who will teach concerning the
good life by the light of those
realities if the clergy descend into
(he market place?
I watch an able and good rabbi
devoted to "social justice." And a
lady in his congregation asks me: j
"What is the difference between
Chasidism and Hadassah?" A silly
anecdote. Only it happens to be-
true. The sheep are left unfed. A
HODGES is opposed to a Sales
Tax and all other nuisanc
taxes.
HODGES favors: old Age and
Mothers Pensions$5.00 Auto-
mobile Tags Taking tax off
gasoline used by Fishermen's
boats and Farmers' tractors in
industry
HODGES stands four-square for
preservation of the HOME-
STEAD EXEMPTION AMEND-
MENT and the enlargement of
its scope. He worked for this
Amendment through all the long
years of his service in the Sen-
ile and fought before the people
for its ratification.
HODGES left his office, took a
sound wagon and visited every
city, village and hamlet in this
M te. urging the people to rat.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
_Priday, May 8> 19M
Society
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knows it and human emo-
i ry human beii ki wa
them, pping, enthralling
enl lenl out of "Ah Wilder-
' !" the d.amati mas i pii i i ,"
I now towing al
the Tivoli Theater Sunday, Monday
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At a meeting of Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood held last Monday night
offici ra for the coming year were
elected. Mr.<. David I. Rosenbloom
was named president; Mrs. M B.
Fiank first vice president; -Mrs.
Max Goldstein second vice presi-
dent; Mr.-. Maurice Mamchea sec-
retary; Mrs. li. II. London treasur
er,and Mrs. II. /.. Silverman honor,
ary president. Formal installation
ui" the officers will be held Wednes-
day afternoon, May 20th at 3
o'clock at the Lear school Miami
Beach. In charge of arrangements
are Mesdamea Max Goldstein, M. B.
Frank, E. 11. London and A. Saal.
Trustees elected were Mesdamea
I). Becker, A. Cohen, II. Wilensky,
Sam Blank, B. Silverman, Freda
I eigei W .nn irger, I.
L. Mintzer, L. H. Miller nd Jfetta
Nadler.
fifth annul May Day dance
ponsored by the Junior Hadassah
.;. i Sum.ay evening at the Royal
t'alm club waa attended by an un-
usually large audience. Miss D o
thy Davis nominated by the Young
d< n's Hebri w Asso rial ion was
...i-.lt., It NERALHOME
SANC1S A HERN, Pres.
..!i West Flagler Street
Telephone 2-2211
IMBI iNCE SERVIt I,
chosen May Queen by popular vote;
second place was won by Miss Belle
rannen representing Senior Hadas-
sah; third place by Myra I
kowsky representing the Miami
Beach Civic League. The May
jueen was awarded a beautiful sil-
,'it loving cup and bouquets of
B were given to the other
successful candidates. In charge of
arrangements was a committee
ELECT
headed by Mrs. Murry Grossman. for a stale appropriation off
toward the expenses of the
Dr. Samuel Aronowitz returned can Olympic team was overwhelm,
to the city after attending the con- ingly rejected hy the Massachu."
vention of the Florida Medical As- setts house of represent
tion on board the ss Florida out debate.
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Friday, May 8, 1986 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Jacksonville News f^ Th „ B nnual May luncheon <>f the Tempi'' Sisterhood, which closed %  he season for the organization, „.,. a brilliant event of 1 o'clock ,v in the Calling hotel main ballroom. Preceding the luncheon, ( br|el reception was held. Receiving with Mrs. I.. P. Lippman, presi. den l WHS the president and secre,,,v of the Tri-State Temple sisterhood Federation, Mrs. Leonard I,' Grunthai, and Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein, and officers of the lo, ;1 1 Sisterhood, Mrs. Israel L. Kap|an, first vice president; Mrs. L. Ber'lack, second vice president; Mrs. S. Joel, recording secretary; Mra Benjamin M. David, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Leon Greenbaum, hospitality chairman, ilu i M,s. diaries Hillyer, incoming hospitality chairman. Page Seven STATEWIDE NEWS Tampa Notes Mr. and Mrs. Mack Leitman of Jacksonville, Fla., spent the week end here with Mr and Mrs. P. /liar. Mr. and Mrs. Leitman are former Tampans. ai : Mrs. 1. L. Schemer anthe birth of a daughter, Marian, on Thursday, St. Luke's Hospital. Honi :: g Miss Rose Leibovitz, iage to Ansel Chepenik mnized on May 10, Mrs. li. We and Mrs. V. Markovitz A dnesday in the Carlwith a dessert bridge I Mrs. Irving Horvitz "i" ,i.. announce the birth of Maxine Leah, on March Tampa section, National Council of Jewish Women, will hold their annual luncheon May 13th at the Tampa Terrace hotel. New ni' mbers are Mesdames J. Stern. David Cowen, Adolph Wei', Joseph Stein, C. M. Guggenheimer, A. Whitman. Herman Jenkins, William Bass, M. L. Marcus, 0. Marcus, M. Schwartz, I. Einbinder, F. Perlman and Mrs. L. Shear. Annual reports will be read at this time. Committee in charge of luncheon iMrs. Johanna Goldberg, chairman, assisted by Mesdames Henry Brash, J. Swerdlin, II. Sandier, B. Haimovitz, I. S. Levy and Mrs. A. Bilgore. West Palm Beach Notes Regular Friday nighl services at Beth Israel Congregation were held at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Carl X, Herman officiating. Orlando Notes Mr. and Mrs. S. Schoor returned from Miami after an enjoyable visit of two weeks Rov Bitting In his study over his tall yellow tomes ready to give decisions, advice, help, out of converse with our prophets an.I sag< i is doing, can be doing by both example and precept -especially by example a higher work. All men at Che bottom of their hearts a sk: What shall I do to be saved V Saved from meaningless and Godlessness and sin. When the ministers are all social workers and the final destruction of spiritual values will be by so much nearer. Roumanian Nazi Leader Exposed As Jewish Convert A bridge party will be given by %  i ,i • Judean club in the near tture in the Jackson Jewish C n and ;. picnic will be given on Mas IT. The Junior Daughters of Israel will be hostess Friday night, May v. in the Jacksonville Jewish Cenu at the Mother's Day services. guest for the evening will lii • of the members of the .-.t urn. Every mother present ve a corsage in commemoof the occasion. Prizes will aided to the oldest and youngest mother present, also to the mother having the most children present that evening. Miss Shirley Aronovitz, brideelect, was guest Of honor recently at a miscellaneous shower given by her cousins .Miss Pearl Buchman and Mrs. X. LutZ, at the hitter's home. A pink and white color scheme was used ill the decorations and refreshment course was served. Over ~t'l e.in sis were present and v ar ious games were played throughout the evening. I' th El Congregation had their regular Friday night services a: the temple, with Rabbi Male officiating, 'I', mple Sisterhood had its annual luncheon Tuesday. May 6th, at the Pern Grill. Dr. Herman was th %  speaker. He spoke on "Religj u Education" for the youth. Dr. Herman also gave the invocation. Officers installed by Dr. Herman were: Presidi nt, Mrs. Harry Halpern; vice-president, Mis. Cy Argintar; recording secretary, Mrs. Carl X. Herman; financial secretary, Mrs. T. S. Meyer; treasurer, Mrs. Sam Goldman. The pre was presented with a tiled coffee table ami a coffee set as an appreciation of her services as president during the past year. The entile community sympathizes deeply with Mr. E. DeLong in the recent death of his wife, Henrietta, after an illness of many months. Mrs. DeLong, with her husband, moved to Orlando, from Winter Park a short time ago. They had lived iii Winter I 'ink for twenty years, coming to America from Paris, France. During her lifetime, Mrs. DeLong was an ardent worker in the community. Mr. Henry Peskin of Widener, Ga., is the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. I.. Kaminol'f. Bucharest (WNS)—M. GabrielOSCU, one of the most militant leaders of the liumanian Nazis, ha been exposed as a Jewish convert to Christianity. Mis real name is Emanuel Zipkes. Mrs. M. Hoik returned to Jacknonvilli after visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. lien Sigal, for Bev< al wi eks. A meeting of the Rothschild Young Judean Club was held Thurs lay in the Jacksonville Jew1 A joint meeting of all former Young Judean Club members, the St. Augustine Young Judean Club, anil the Jacksonville Young Judean Club will be an event of early June. TAMPA Y. M. II. A. The schedule of activities for the coming week re: Sunday S p. m. Regular Sunday night dance in the auditorium, free for members Monday, 7:30 p. m. Meeting of the Board of Directors, also meeting of the Co-Eds. Tuesday. T::io p. m. meeting of Boy Scouts, 8 p. m.. meeting of Merryfellows; 9:20 p. m. Y. M. 11. A. Diamondball team versus the Jeycees. W. dnesday, 8 p. m. Women's night in the Gym. Thursday. D:20 p. m. Diamondball name. Y. M 11. A. team versus Ks slice. Friday, 3:30 p. m. Organization meeting of the Girl Scout-. Miss Esther Hackel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hackel, and Montague Rosenberg will be solemnized Sunday, May 10, in the home of the bride. Only members f the immediate families will at"nd the ceremony, for which there 'ill he no cards, and a reception w 'iH be held from 4 to (i o'clock May in, following the wedding. Rabbi Morris D. Margolis of the Jacksonville Jewish (enter will officiate. Miss Marjie Ila-kel will be her sister's maid of honor, and John Roscnblum will act as MrRosenberg's best man. Beth El Congregation and sisterhood had their semi-monthly meeting at the home id' Mr. and Mis. I.. Goldstein. PIan> were arranged for two card parties, to be held during the month of May. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses. B'uai B'rith Lodge IN" held its regular weekly meeting at the spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. (). P. Gl'Uner. After all matters of .in portance were discussed and a conip.ished a social hour followed. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Plans were made for observance of Mother's Day on Sunday, May 10th, at tiie Mayflower Hotel. The dessert bridge and card party given recently !>y the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged proved to be a nest delightfully successful affair, both socially and financially. .Mis. Sidney I.. Blattner was the chairman. Mrs. Pete llaimowitz cochairman, assisted by Mrs. Joe Bartley, Mrs. A. Nabin ml Mrs. M. Ghelerter. Delicious refreshments Were served. Winnei of the special prizes a winded during the afternoon were: Mrs. S. Bono, Mrs. Nat F. Cohen, .Mrs. I. M. Lieberman and .Mrs. M. Witten. The Ladies Auxiliary of Congregation Ohav Sholem will hold their regular monthly meeting May 5th. at the Synagogue, at 8 p. m. Flection of officers will take place. Miss Celia Weintraub of Key We-i is making her home in Orlando. A meeting of the Cemetery com mittee was held in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue last Thursday evening. Mrs. Joe Wolfe, president of the Ladies Auxiliary, and Mrs. Lou Jacobs were present and suggested a plan for the beautification of the cemetery at Orla Vista. Con. side able discussion took place and the f-mmittee accepted the plan for further consideration. Mr. I.. Lieberman, chairman of the committee, presided. William C. Hodges "Homestead Hill" Submits His Candidao for GOVERNOR of Florida To the People of This State • Subject to Democratic Primaries Mr. Abe Maas of Tampa was a visitor in Orlando on Monday. He was impressed with the remarkable growth and activity in the City of Orlando. Mrs. Charles Rosengarten of Miami was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz the past week. Mrs. Rosengarten returned home Friday. The next regulr meeting of Orlando Lodge No. 1043 will be held in the vestry rooms of the Synagogue on Tuesday May 12th. Refreshments will be served. Political Briefs Addressing several thousand 0tera of Dade County at the Bayfront Park last week. Senator Wil'WUl C. Hodges spoke vigorously on Ue issues fac.'ng the voters and taxpayers of Florida in the pres" I: campaign. In asking for the vote of the people he reiterated his and unequivocal stand 'gainst any sales tax and all nuisance taxes. He favors both old Ke and mother's pension, $5 auto j **eSi the removal of gasoline jj*M from boats and tractors j h *n used in industry. He stands r Uw preservation of the homeead exemption amendment and the .enlargement of itscope He worked for this amendment through his long term of office in the senate and led the fight for its ratification against all opposition before the peoph >f the state. Mr. Hodges is making splendid headway because of his unequivocal stand on all public matters, and his many friends urge his election because of his long record of faithful and unselfish service to the public in the interests of all the people. Many prominent citizens in Dade County are actively campaigning for Mr. Hodges because of their belief that a man of his calibre is sorely needed at this time to place the state of Florida on a business basis. William D. Joyce of Coconut Grove is urging his election to the office of purchasing agent of Dade County because of his ability and experience. He is a World war veteran and has lived in Florida for the past IT years. He promises to conduct the office in the interests of all the taxpayer.and to insure at all times that then will be no favoritism for special interests. He further pledges to devote all his time to the duties of the office. The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) "social" is getting to be a veil between us and man, between us and things, between us and all the realities of God's world. These realities are deeper than the specific problems of any age or the specific wrongs of any given society. To live face to face with those realities is to have some chance of leading the good life. And a good society must be composed of men who lead the good life. Who %  v 'ill be aware of those realities and who will teach concerning the good life by the light of those realities if the clergy descend into (he market place? I watch an able and good rabbi devoted to "social justice." And a lady in his congregation asks me: j "What is the difference between Chasidism and Hadassah?" A silly anecdote. Only it happens to betrue. The sheep are left unfed. A HODGES is opposed to a Sales Tax and all other nuisanc taxes. HODGES favors: old Age and Mothers Pensions—$5.00 Automobile Tags Taking tax off gasoline used by Fishermen's boats and Farmers' tractors in industry— HODGES stands four-square for preservation of the HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AMENDMENT and the enlargement of its scope. He worked for this Amendment through all the long years of his service in the Senile and fought before the people for its ratification. HODGES left his office, took a sound wagon and visited every city, village and hamlet in this M te. urging the people to rat. ify the Amendment. (Paid Political Advertising) ALVIN WALDER Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1238 N. E. 2ND AYE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments



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PURC Six THE JEWISH FLORIMAN Friday, M ay 8 ^ Political Briefs^ urge his election to the office of constable because he is unfettered by selfish interests and because '" of his unsullied record in public J. Harvey Robillard now City a f lillr .. Some of the most promiattorney of Miami Beach is prem nl b uines and professional men senunu a constructive platform in of I)a(l( Countv are a( ti velv aiding his fijrht for the office of State the ca „didacy of Murry Grossman Senator. He is opposed to the use ,-,„. Constable. of coercive methods to Kin vote.and pledges his every effort it' elected, to the control of county affairby its citizens, a return of a fair proportion of tax moneys collected to each county, adequate financing of the schools and reasonable protection for the wage Promising to administer justice impartially and fearlessly, Ralph ('. Pole announced his cand lacy fur re-election BS justice of oeace of the fiftl which includes .Miami I! Il<' lias identified with In MIAMI too be sure Hv NOTES HARRY SCHWARTZ Ix-ttei n i • in inn in congratulating I Da vis 111 behall o) th< Y. M H \. "My Mom I Love Her" and many other beautiful song number! commemorating Mother's Day will be heard Tuesday May 12 at the Y clubrooms under the sponsorship of the Women's Division. All members of the Y and their friends are cordially invited to attend and help make this occasion one you may remember for a lonir time. Refreshments and entertainment of the best will be offered gratis. Don't forget the date, Ttiesdaj May IL' at 8:30 p. in. day night May 11, gettin K dim with her job. Harold Seigla and Leonard Tobin looking for a counl of trills to drive home. Mi-. Sarah Lehrman offering her commence. ment day speech ahead of tin, ; For the sum of 25 cents apiece yog may bring yourself and a gal friend to the Jr. Division Beach |' arlv to be held at the 7<)th st. beach Two trucks have been gracioutl) offered the Y by Barney Kraft anil Phil Berkowitz to pick up the mob as well as haul all the hoi dogs and other Hozarye. among the constructive rapid developmenl and progress oi who was voted the h measures he will support. He further urjres that .Miami Beach, where he resides, is entitled to rep. reaentation because of its importance in the life of the countv. Miami II-.* h .. a n active worki i ast 12 VI .. at the On his rrival in Miami Beach in i'.'-'i Mr, Pole was made manager 0,000 worth of Spanish Village property, owned at that time by N. B. 'I' Roney. In 1!'2!> .Mr. Pole was appoint ;•> the Miami Beach Zoning Commission. In 1931 Mr. Pole was named to the Miami Beach Board of Zoning Adjustments. In 1 !:14 he was reappointed. He served in 1930 ajudge of A vigorous empaign in the interest of I,. R. "Roy" Weston's candidacy tor election as sheriff is being conducted throughout Dade County by Mr. Weston and his supporter-. Weston for Sheriff headquarters have been established at 180 Shoreland Arcade. Russell K. Hand, president of the insurance company bearing his name, and prominent in church, fraternal and school activities, has been named Mr. Westhe Miami Beach Municipal court ton's campaign manager. Both are following his appointment by the native Floridians, city council on recommendation of A single plank has been anMayor I.ouis F. Snedigar. nounced by Mr. Weston in seeking He was elected by an overwhelmthe n imination. and that ia that he ing majority in 1982 for a fourwili ill Dade County of the -ver year term as justice of peace. increasing criminal ••lenient coming Mr. Pole is a member of the Mihere in increasing numbers jach ami Beach post, American Legion, year. and the Miami Beach Optimist club ..i „_ ,. ,. ,. ,, and is a Mason and a Shriner. He I am the candidate of all the ,, „ ... .. ,',. •• M,. u> .., an<1 Mrs *' 1 reside at Miami people, Mr. We.-, m says. "I am ,. iri. > %  beach, not obliged to any clique, faction or individual. I have absolutely no strings tied to me. The people can depend on vigorous and dignified law enforcement when I enter the office." Mr. Weston points to his record as a law enforcement officer in Dade County, where he has served as a member of the criminal investigation department of the sheriff's office, as assistant chief of police in Coral Cables, and as chief of police there. r. Ha la Sunlurrj i ,i ossman > hairman of the at fair and her assistants truly deserve a round ol apausi • i no..i manner %  i %  [air was handled. Miami Beach's n xl • nstable, Mun y was dulj gri Dot and the i I deni i ih Miss Josephine Kolman was appointed to fill the position of treasurer left vacant by the resignation of Miss Sylvia Greenfield who will shortly be Mrs Gus Zoslow, and chosen to the board of directors was Frances Tobias NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO TODAY—Will be accepted if fit for publication In this column starting next Friday. RE-ELECT Here's grand news; An fB consisting of four men have offered their services gratis and will represent the Y at all their ut tire noi a I mcl ions at the club%  "" %  The o are Maurice Fo •i r, Phil Weintraub, Dave Trager Jer e Bass. Their inception lake place Tuesday at the Mothers Day Affair. i ii :,. ire of these I .,,. sponsored by the Hadassah or the Y as long as it will bring the Jewish element together and bring about sorely needed harmony among our Jewish Civic and Fraternal organizations. Heard and seen at the Jr. Division meeting Monday. The hocking of a chinek as well as gavel of Miss Ann Lehrman in trying to keep her merry group of must-get-theirs under control. PATY FOR GOVERNOR I Political Adv.. Paid l.y Friend I Always an ardent worker in any cause he believes in, Murry dieman, candidate for the office of Constable in District No 5, which includes Miami Beach, is waging an active and energetic campaign. Mr. Grossman recently resigned his po-ition as deputy sheriff which he filled with unusual ability, to devote his time to the present cam. paign for constable. Mr. Crossman though young in years has shown his devotion to communal affairs and has been active in the organization of the Young Men's Hebrew Association, formerly the lie.:, At lletic cluo. He -erved several term.as president and helped build the orgnization, He helped organize the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Miami Beach which he aided to become one of the most constructive forces for the upbuilding of Miami Beach. He helped organize the Civic League of Miami Beach, was active in the ic ent drive of the Salvation Army. and was the first president of the Miami Beach Jewish Social Set. Mr. (irossman is married and his wife is active in Jewish and nonJewish communal affairs. Mr. Grossman has resided in this area for a long time and will bring to the office of constable experience in law enforcement work tempered with real ability and the zeal for public interest that has characterised his work in the past for civic and communal affairs. His many Jewish and non-Jewish friends Hurry and get your tickets for the Y. M. 11. A. Moonlight Boat Ride Party. Sunday May HI is the date. 8:80 p. m.. is sailing time, Pier 7 City Yacht Basin is the place. Admission is SI.50 perl couple. Remember only the first fifty couples buying tickets will be accepted. Music and entertainment will be furnished during this four hour pleasure jaunt. Kye Sigh Dare; Twill be a balmy evening, RE-ELECT CLEMENT L THEED JCSTICE OF PEACE District No. 3 Capable—Experienced i I'i.icl for l.y ii Iri. mil Alberta Tannenbaum, chairman of the food committee for the Beach Party that will be held MonJIM HICKLAND CONSTABLE District No. 5 l Paid Political Ailv.rti-.nni l p GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BIS INFORMATION >L Z 1010 ALL NORTHBOUND BISSES LEAVE FROM ill, O-IoIZ GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave. & Fifth St. CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME! Dade county. f„ r every man. unman and child, white and black, paid 120 in tribute-not taxes-last year! This was in the form of 13.600.000 paid by Dade taxpayers and used for the DIRECT benefit of other counties! LETS MAKE THIS CHARITY BEGIN AT HOME! ERNEST R. GRAHAM VOTE FOR STATE SENATOR c Paid r..i by friends) FOR EFFICIENCY AND HONESTY ELECT 0. A. 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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 8, The Miami Branch of the Wornft en's Circle will entertain with a Hunger dinner Sunday evening, May 17th, at 7:00 p. in. at Odd Fellow's Hall, X. W. Second ave. and Fourth St., to raise funds for the suffering Jews of Germany and ns by Shirley Levy. The center on Hadassah's activities as Miami Jewry Will De me iwmw M iss Hana Mack will deliver the %  I an asset for vouth. The proceeds dedication of the newly erected 0 ,, n ..,ij ct ; on Mis i. F „„r. ,s sponsonng an all• d .,, to be he d m g und May Demolition. 1 ss Ida Lnglcr *,„ ic Sunday, May 17th, at J£ A „ Movement of 17 at the Jewish section of the d a rectat.on, Mother's Lay Mrs. Hurry Grossman is ,),. program chairman. Those taking Mother roles will include: Bell Tanen, Indian Mother; p au ] in Lasky, Early American Mother if Beck Xash, Jewish Mother; CharPoland. This is part of a nation other laws and listened to several tend. The afternoon's program will events in the history of Greater lette Davis, Palestinian Mother, wide drive to raise funds for this ree j tat i on8 by Shirley Levy. The center on Hadassah's activities as Miami Jewry will be the formal Miss H ana Mack will deliver the purpose. A nominal charge of fifty %  I iiu organization cents will be made. In charge of arrangements is a committee da >" P icnic Sunuay, .way .., a. ^ ymith AljyR headed by Mrs. Sadye Pont as the Oceanic Gardens. Miami Beach, || a( | assan which is bringing thouWoudlawn cemetery at .'! p. m. The by dgar Guest. Mrs. Leonard Epchairman, Mrs. B. Silver secretary admission to which will be fifty s m( | s ,,,German Jewish children building is being erected through stein will be the guest speaker, and Mr. B. Chertkoff as treasurer, cents. The admission will include f„r settlement to Palestine. the efforts of the Sisterhood of ^ musical interlude for the oca. The public is urged to make reserluncheon. The public is invited to • Chesed Shel Kims which was the gjon wj)1 hp provide(J hy Mjg| R vatiom for this event. attend. At a recent meeting of the prime initiator of the idea of pur" s ail • • Junior Council of Jewish Women chasing the cemetery in 11.27. Bushe "' M,ss Franees Kane, Mi, In observance of Mother's Day -ri u Ladies' Auxiliary of the officers for the coming year were Heading the committee in charge Evelyn Kane, the local Bnai Brith Lodge will fljiami Jewish Orthodox Congregaelected. President, Mrs. Sylvia of erecting the new edifice are Senior Hadassah, Mothers ami sponsor a program at Temple Israel t ; OM announces the postponement Chertkoff; 1st. vice president, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa. At other guests of the members arc Sunday evening beginning at 8 ,,.• !nt p j cn j c scheduled for next Sylvia Steinberg; 2nd vice presim. Dedication all Rabbis of Greatinvited to attend. Refreshment! o'clock. Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan sundav, until a date to be andent, Gertrude Xeham; recording er Miami and Cantors of the area will be served will deliver the introduction. The nilU nced in these columns shortly, secretary Myrtle Goldberg; treaswill participate. Full details ol program will include a violin solo urer, Betty Green berg; correspond, the arrangements and program for Recently elected officers of the by P.of. Leo Portnoff, an address M & ^^ meetmg of tne Lil ing secretary Rosalyn Klein; the afternoon will be announced che8ed she Emeg sisterhood wl| hy Stanley C. Myers, and a musidieg AuxiHary of the Jewish Weiboard of directors. Mrs. Bessie in the next issue of the Jewish be formally installed at a lun cal presentation of "Mothers of All fare Bureau resolutions were adoptWernikoff, Mrs. Clein, Gertrude Horiaian. on Tuos(lay May 2t h at noon aNations, with Mrs. Ralph Weld p(| mging ^ pul) j( ^ g ye ( „ n R ap paport and Lillian Wucher. The th( |>alati;il Kosher Re8taurant representing the American Mother, tribution8 for the organization only t&mal installation of the newly .,„ important Bpecial meeting cha rge of arrangements is Mrs. Mrs. Leo Portnatt, the Russian, o h ( who h uv properly signed,elected officers will take place at (if hl Chu>L d sh( ,, Emea Sjst( .,.. B utBtein MrSi Max shapiro Mrs. Bertram Kan the Spanish. cr( dentialg from th( organization, a dinner on Thursday evening May hood will be held next Monday evedeliver the invocation and MR Mrs. II. I. Mag.d the Bohemian, ^ meeting f ollowed a luncheon Mth at the Alcazar Roof. In charge ning May nt h at Beth David TalJulius Washer will pronounce the M,s. M.Cowen the Japanese, Mrs. rf (h home o{ Mrg [dfl ()|iUui „,• thia affair are Gertrude Leai ,„„,, T „ rah n in All members are benediction. Mrs. Terry Steh ::"„' y ,?'., Italian and Mrs. pregldent Committee heads named ""! Sylvia Chertkoff. urged to attend Fina] plaM flll H t oastmistress and Mrs, i.ilhV, William Friedman the Palestinian ers. They will be accompanied were: Membership, Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman. Mr.-. Hilda RiesTIK at the piano by Miss Freda Miller. ^ Mpg Mol .,. is Alpert Mrs Mor Women will observe Mother's Day The b on will be pronounced ,.;/. I:K ()bs and Mrs Mark MaxJ en Sunday, May 10, at 2:80 p. m. the chapel dedication will be anBeckwitt wil Junior Council of Jewish „„„„,.,„,. bj Kabbi M ix Shapu >. r ring tii. lormai i rogram i e;.. in .. its tserved ami a social hour will follow in Kaplan Hall. In charge of arrangements are Mr. I.aa Levin chairman, Mrs. binjamin La Vine and Mesdames M. L. Marcus, Elry Stone, Lou.s < %  ion, Lewis Brown, William Friedman and Nathan Adeiman. All 111 mbers of B'nai B'rith and the enure Jewish public are invited ,o attend. No admission charges or collections will be taken up. install the officers. The public is invited to attend Rest nations may be made wish Junior Hadassah will present any member of the committee. publicity, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; at the Alcazar Hotel when a a ,„ s(unK an(1 mU8ica] "Mothers • hospitality and reception, Mrs. Ben Mother's and Daughter's tea will of (hc Wor d „ program on Monday ...^ annua| gu ^^ jamin La Vine, chairman, Mrs. J. be held. A preview of the latest evenJng May ^ at the fieth of Be(h ^^ ^ ^ he]d Richter. Mrs William Uhlfelder and fashions will be shown Master I)av j d Talmud Torah. Native types Las Olas Casino at Fort l.auderMrs. M. L. Marcus; visiting, Mrs. Imng Ginsburg wil be %  soloist, and o£ ^^ countrk s ^ ^ dale Sunday, May 24. Games of .11 A. Sontag; by-laws, Mrs. Maxwell Mis, Ruth Bushell will play the trayed amid a colorful stage backkinds will be played and prize, wi Hyman, Mrs. Lewis Brown. Mrs. piano, rhe public is invited to at^^ am wi „ di pict thejr own ^ ^^ £ J ^J^ ^ H. Kevins and Mrs. Benjamin La < tend. personalities in a poetical interpre. details will be announced ,,, u Vine; theatrical chairman, Mrs. Bertha B. Levy; coin boxes, Mrs. 5. Halpert, chairman, Mrs. R. H. Miles for Miami Beach, Mrs. Morris Dubler will be general chairman of membership and coin boxes 'and rummage collection for Coral An important mceung ol .he arGabk}8i Mr8 Ix wis Brown was rangements committee in charge |mnu (i |)ai ., ia m .„, a ,. iaM Thl ,„.. of the hunger dinner to raise funds niMtion is makinjr p ans for it One of the most interesting tation. early issue. for suffering Jews of Poland and Germany will be held at the home of Mrs. Pont, 227 N. W. Fourth st, j tonight. All members are urged to attend. • • • annual picnic at the Bouche's Villa Venice on June 14th. ** According to recent reports, more than two million children will „, i • II .• c .i,„ enjoy the benefits of summer campThe formal installation of the ... .. L ... „ .. ing under proper supervision thiecently elected officers of Beth s ... coming summer. Affording children of growing age a place where proper training may he given them, both mentally and physically, they tan meet and solve their own prob4 Printed Sheer That Will Make Mother's Day Great Success! David Sisterhood will be held on Sunday May 17th at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall at 0:30 p. m. In charge of arrangements is a committee consisting of Mrs. Har_,. „. c_ „ lems under the stimulus of proper ry Oliphant, chairman; Mrs. Sadye


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Friday, May^L THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN wJewislh Florid fan I UJKJDA S ONLY .tWUH W tTJLVr Page Three PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by th. JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 273 Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: Hth Avenu* News Tower Bldg. MIS. W Phone 2-5304 Phon. 2-nl J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mtuier CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative 7~^ d „ wcond claw m.tUr July 4. 1830 .t th. Post OfHe. at Miami. FUrtto. "" under the Act of March I. 1S7. ""ST PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative • WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. S. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISI.ER Representative SUBSCRIPTION S„ Month0n Yr i H I2.M FRIDAY. MAY B, 19S6 Vol. t—No. 19 5 The Future of Jewry We recently attended a national conference of the I'nion ii Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. Of course. the innumerable reports and speeches were heard. The eminent men of the cloth were afforded ample opportunities to demonstrate one's forensic ahilities at the expense of real accomplishments. 01 a I the addresses, one only seemed to afford a bit of rhice that should be accepted and worked on. It was the cry for a spirit of militancy in the presentation of one's beliefs. It was the urge that Orthodox Jewry be not limited to the narrow confines of "halocho." but that it enter into the spirit of the problems of the day in these times, even as it did in times none by. It is about time that those at the head of this organization that can be made a vital force in the life ot American Jewry assume the responsibilities that are rightfully theirs. This evasion of duties that has been so characteristic of this organization in the past must cease if this organization is io continue and not die out. Conferences that talk much and d nothing: Is but another indication of the haphazard and leaderltss methods that have been characteristic of its past history. The reference of important resolutions to committees for the purpose of having these resolutions shelved, only accentuates the fact that any organization, if it is to live. must take a definite stand on every matter affecting Jewish life and conduct. We were impressed with the fact that in the Rabbinical Council there are many who have the courage that is needed. and there are perhaps more. There must also be a definite line of demarcation between the duties of the laity and those of the clergy. When our laity will acquire that courage of leadership that is so absent today and so vitallv necessary, then and then alone "ill Jewry succeed. The history of our people, the very essence oi our faith, has always laid responsibility for acts upon the individual and has never subscribed to the theory ot the derg) doing that which is our very own responsibility. We have faith in the future of our people. We have faith in the very evident rapprochement of the forces of Jewry by its component parts. We feel that Jewry is becoming more f a \ital force than ever before. Let Orthodox Jewry do its lhare towards that accomplishment, not by passive, dilatory, evasive methods, but by positive, militant action in which derg) :,nd laity will each do their share without attempt at Interference with one another. OFF MY CHEST Bj RKIBEN FINK This column is intended as a Psychological convenience, a menul relief. You usually feel reeved us goon as you get it off jour chest. When your heart is av v with protest, when you ex• fi ellng of righteous inWjltion, you naturally become anxious to get it off your chest. 11 's almost always a relief. The Njychoanalyst would most likely %  wen the boundaries of this condition. The lovelorn who anxious. • v appeals to her favorite newsPaper or cle doesn't really expect I advice, nor does she verily intend to follow counsel if given—she merely wants to get it off her chest and feel better. The Pro Bono Publico epistolary commentator in THE TIMES is merelydesirious of getting it off his chest thus only would he be balmed. The Vox Populi at the meeting, who voluntarily rises to ask a question cannot help himself; he is unable to resist a strong desire to get load off his chest. The wife who takes it out on her husband, tl spouse who evens up the score with the frau are simply experiencing the same irresistible psychological urge which is seeking re' lease through the "Off My Chest' medium. Believing in the great efficacy of this mental balm, I decided to invite you all to join the first "Off the (best League" of which this commentator proclaims himself as the charter member. No dues. No obligations. Such membership. however, will entitle you to the unusual privilege of getting it off your chest by writing to this column, and thus ease your mind. In these days that abound with legions, foundations and other organizations, this League should easily obtain an equal footing with the best of them. It is_ furthermore, my intention later on to organize the oral chapter of the "Off the Chest League." Its members, win. may not wish or may not be able to resort to the might of the pen, would be privileged to speak their minds to particular persons whose aptitude as auditors would especially qualify them, person.with willing ears, sympathetic patience and common interest. My intentions will always he to correct some evil, to point out some injustice or, on the other hand, to bestow praises on some special laudable act.or deserving movements. There are, to be sure, certain special matters that never seem to quench the fire of my indignation. I shall note just a few. 1 nave nothing but scorn and contempt for those of our people who proudly claim to be "a different kino of a Jew" or who (of all the words in the dictionary) insist, smart-alacky-wise, upon the use of such terms as "Jew down" or "Kike," or for those of our people who feel exalted in their own estimation merely because they happen to count a few Goyim among their friends, or for those id' vis who apologize for our very existence, or for those of us who feel that there are too many Jews everywhere and all over in the professions and in the trades. If those Jews are unaware of it, let them become conscious once and for all of the fact that we Jews are B people too, that we have as much right as any other people to have many doctors lawyers, business men, bankers, journalists, insurance agents, labor leaders, Republicans, Communist.-, or whatnot. We have all these amongst us because we SO desire and we need not apologize for it. 1 have no intentions of advising my daughter not to prepare for her teaching career merely because some Other Jew's daughter happens to have embraced that profession. Nor should you caution your son not to become a physician solely because your son's friend happens also to be studying medicine. As long as the professions of teaching and medicine will survive, and there will be Jews in the world, we will have every right and reason to have as many members in those professions as can qualify. If the Goyim don't like it (if, they don't, and I don't know that they don't) then, let them not like it. These Goyim worry me very little. They wouldn't like it just as well if we had loo few physicians or lawyers or business people. These Gentile critics will be sure to find this or that excuse for their Jew-hatred, and if there will be no excuse they will invent one. Remember tins: Hitler doesn't like us because he claims that we are, all at once and at the same time, Communists, capitalists, rich, poor, scientists. geniuses, and inferior people, but above all -Jews. This is the greatest sin of them all—that we are Jews. I have just as little sympathy for those of us who choose to parade around with a chip on their shoulders, with those Jews who insist upon wedging in their race at all unnecessary and uncalled for occasions. More particularly am I incensed again.'t those Jews who employ their Jewishness as a cloak o cover up their personal or individual shortcomings, as a shield against one's own faults. I can best illustrate it by an unusual experience that I have personally witnessed. It was in December, 1!18. The American correspondents to the peace conference at Versailles, France, were on their way to Europe on the SS. Ari/.aha. There were, 1 believe, only 52 of us on the boat with very few outsiders, consisting' of a limited number of honorary guests. Amongst us there was one, who may be best described as a typical "climber" and general busybody. He represented a group of small newspapers. Before long he became the editor and publisher and publicity man and facto factotum of the daily news sheet that we issued on the Arizaha, known by the picturesque name of "The Arizaba Aziraban." Before the Week was over his behavior became quite intolerable and, by his own actions, he practical!) eliminated himsell from being officially recognized as an accredited correspondent to such an important conference. He was thus gently informed of his newly acquired status that of a layman. This action was taken at a meeting of the correspondents, who had banded themselves into an organization known as "The Official Correspondents to the Peace Conference at Versailles." The vote was practically unanimous. That evening, to my great amazement, this climber called on me and expressed a most indignant protest against this action of the correspondents. He asked me to intercede in his behalf with Mr. Herbert Bayard Swope, the recognized head of the group. Why appeal to me of all people? Why'.' Because, "YoU know, you are a Jew and I am a Jew. This action of the correspondents was a direct and overt act of anti-semitism. They wanted to get rid of me merely and solely because I am a Jew." Well, in the parlance ol the street, he could have knocked me over with a feather. Why, no one, 1 am sine, ever suspected him directly or indirectly of being a Jew, no one knew of it. The action of the correspondents had absolutely nothing to do with his origin, race, or religion. Even after he informed me of his Jewishness, I wasn't at all certain that he was telling the truth. There were four correspondents on the boat who were known to be Jews: Herbert Bayard Swope, of the New York World; David Lawrence, of the New York Evening Post; Abraham Cuban, of the Jewish Daily Forward, and myself. Three of us were at the meeting and voted for his expulsion. When I related this episode to Swope he commented "Forget it, let sleepinn dogs lie." And that's that. My comments will not be exclusively about Jews; others will receive their fair share of praise and criticism whenever they or their acts will rest heavily on my .hest and will seek release. So will politicians, lawmakers, social workers and all others, Jews and Gentiles alike, who will chance to come under my observation. I promise to take full advantage ,i my membership in the "Off My i lust League." CARS NEED SPRING CLEANING A spring cleaning Is a spring tonic to an automobile, giving it renewed life and liveliness, and fitting it for the summer's season of heavy duty use, according to C. W. Wood, national service director of the Chevrolet Motor Company. "Proper attention to an automobile when spring comes is just as important as winter preparations," says Mr. Wood. "Unfortunately, many motorists neglect the spring cleaning job, with the result that the car, and the engine especially, cannot perform at maximum efficiency and economy. "As soon as the weather warrants it. heaters should be completely disconnected from the coolinn system. That is the fittings and valves and hose connections should be removed and stored carefully, and especially important, the heater itself should be emptied by removing the drain plug at the bottom. "The fan and its drive belt are a part of the cooling system, remember. In cold weather a slipping fan bell may not be noticed, because the engine will run cool anyway—but on the first warm day the i ngine may overheat unless the belt is adjusted to get the maximum cooling effect from the fan. "Actually, the best thing one can do for one's car in the spring is to have a complete tune-up of the engine, including a thorough overhauling of the entire cooling system, plus a change from winter to summer lubricants in the engine, transmission and rear axle." Strictly Confidential Communal Front Rabbi David Frankel of Vienna is now in this country with a collection of Hebrew manuscripts and rare books, which he values at $12,000 The congressional library is eager to get them for its Semitic division, provided some i ich Jews will present it to the library ... At this time there is no money in sight One of the best known book and manuscript dealers who is very much interested in cultural activities in Palestine told Rabbi Frankel that in his book business he's not interested in things Jewish former Congressman William \V. Cohen, well known New York Jewish communal leader, is very proud of the fact that his automobile license plate reads "W W 1" Two weeks after the Seven Arts announced the details of the merger of the ORT and JUC campaigns the JDC made the merger public ... A huge testimonial dinner is in preparation for Ludwig Lewisohn ... It will serve as tne first official welcome to the famous author in New York. (Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) 12 (ierman Jewish Families Flee Addis Ababa Rome (WNS)—Twelve German Jewish refugee families who settled in Addis Ababa, have now left the Ethiopian capital because of fear of possible bombardment by the invading Italian army, according to dispatches reaching here from Italy. All of these refugees are either doctors or engineers who were invited to Kthiopia by the government. They are now living temporarily in French Somaliland.



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN _Priday, May 8> 19M Society 11... \ HI i i knows it and human emoi ry human beii ki wa them, pping, enthralling enl lenl out of "Ah Wilder' !" the d.amati mas i pii i i ," I now towing al the Tivoli Theater Sunday, Monday I la • %  At a meeting of Beth Jacob Sisterhood held last Monday night offici ra for the coming year were elected. Mr.<. David I. Rosenbloom was named president; Mrs. M B. Fiank first vice president; -Mrs. Max Goldstein second vice president; Mr.-. Maurice Mamchea secretary; Mrs. li. II. London treasur er,and Mrs. II. /.. Silverman honor, ary president. Formal installation ui" the officers will be held Wednesday afternoon, May 20th at 3 o'clock at the Lear school Miami Beach. In charge of arrangements are Mesdamea Max Goldstein, M. B. Frank, E. 11. London and A. Saal. Trustees elected were Mesdamea I). Becker, A. Cohen, II. Wilensky, Sam Blank, B. Silverman, Freda I eigei W % %  .nn irger, I. L. Mintzer, L. H. Miller nd Jfetta Nadler. fifth annul May Day dance ponsored by the Junior Hadassah .;. i Sum.ay evening at the Royal t'alm club waa attended by an unusually large audience. Miss D o thy Davis nominated by the Young d< n's Hebri w Asso rial ion was ...i-.lt., It NERALHOME SANC1S A HERN, Pres. %  ..!i West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 IMBI %  iNCE SERVIt I, chosen May Queen by popular vote; second place was won by Miss Belle rannen representing Senior Hadassah; third place by Myra I kowsky representing the Miami Beach Civic League. The May jueen was awarded a beautiful sil,'IT loving cup and bouquets of B were given to the other successful candidates. In charge of arrangements was a committee ELECT headed by Mrs. Murry Grossman. for a stale appropriation off toward the expenses of the Dr. Samuel Aronowitz returned can Olympic team was overwhelm, to the city after attending the coningly rejected hy the Massachu." vention of the Florida Medical Assetts house of represent tion on board the ss Florida out debate. ..l Havana, Cuba. .•.urn mm mmm wnmMMiiiuHi VOTE FOR Boston (WNS) -A bill providing | BOBBINS ROOFING & SHEET | MET A I. WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919 f inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 2f>th St. I'hone 2-370". j White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 13c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. l'irst Avenue Opp. Cortez Hotel William D. (Bill) Your ( IRCHASING AGENT u PAJY FOR GOVERNOR Pniitleal \4\ Paid U} I l( ndj Charlie Dillon For ( I RK OF CRU COURT OF RI C. i For Dade County nd Insure an Efficient. : Progressive and Busine : i ifl ttiinimiiilliiiiiilDiHlii iiiilillliliiiiiiiiitiii :u. V\r pliiity, hit ol ^ Gu by Metri vital i pn sei I, and am pi if ie I by the widei i of th< en en, with its (ha filmed in thi nt town of Grafton, Maand its dramatic sequences and it a human ej isodes eml elkillful camera %  ffects. The Marx Brotherfurnish the fun and three Binging favorit is of the Broadway stage, Kitty Cai Allan Jones and Walter King furthe songs in "A Night at .he Opera," coming Sunday and Monday to the 7th Ave. Theater. Preview on the stage to test original comi ly situations before a Bingle %  was filmed, the new comedy is the most ambitious and riotously tunny of any production by the Merry Madcaps of Metro-GoldwynMay FOR GOVERNOR We b rebv announce the canlidacy of Hon. Jerry W. Carter for Governor of Floi ida. tn the Democratic primary elections next June 2nd, and ; 28 d. ". and there arose one out of the great multitude of the common people whose name is %  a l l e d Jerry. Jl I JERRY they all call him be ai -c he is neither a lawyer, n ''. ; banker, nor a senator. But h Ithe friend of man, and will Florida a sane, safe governor %  • • Genial Jovial Generous Just Honest • %  • Capable Sober Safe." and Supporters of Jerry the Commoner All-Florida Candidate for Governor D\\ LNG OCK E AND HEAR RALEIGH PETTEWAY CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN All the Way With Petteway i Paid for by F\ i >mta %  VOTE FOR TOM WOOD FOR Constable DISTRICT No. > Merits Promo ion EXPERIENCED—COt'RTr-Ol'S QUALIFIED l*i : %  m ^.... pn „ y n JI JJ-UJ ELECT JAMES J. MARSHALL SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION for Dade County And insure the elimination of politics from the schools Capable and Efficient "' '' % %  n :r' All i'. >>y Men* of Jiim.x .1. Mnrslialli SI ER CJ Sharply Reduced! KART-KRASH TROPICALS MADE BY THE FAMOUS HOUSE OF GRIFFON $17.50 Values! $12.75 DOESKIN SUITS Single and Double Breasted Mode's GREENS GREYS BLUES BROWNS A $29.75 Value! $21.85 SPORT TROUSERS 17.50 and $10.0(1 Value. $5.50 PRAIS ELECTROLUX S THE SILENT REFRIGERATOR', the very silence of Electrolux testifies to its simpler, more efficient refrigerating method — no machinery at all! Thanks to this simplicity of operation, it's the only refrigerator that can offer you all these long-life advantages: 9 No moving parts to wear 0 Lasting efficiency 9 Continued low operating cost • Fullest food protection # Savings that pay for it E LECTROLUX'S silence is more than a comfort. It's evidence ol the basically different method of Eleotrolux operation, wherein a tiny gas burner t .lies the place of all moving parts. Come in today and inspect tin beautiful 1936 models for yourself. PEOPLES WATER and GAS CO. 637 Washington Ave. Miami Heach



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Kri.iyM> %  l!,:,fi THE JEWISH FI.ORIDI.W Page Five Political Briefs Judge W. F. Brown of the Court /Crimes 'a a candidate for region i" 'hioffice which he has „,,„,,!! since 1927. He began in the legal profession in Dade Coun1V j n 1919, served in the Dade County Democratic Executive Com. m j t tec, and has been high in civic, fraternal and religious circles of tne community. Judge Brown proim! >e} to conduct the Court on the same high plane he has purged since his election, and to upl |(l |,l the honor and fair name of pade County judiciary at all times. II,. i s .. Mason and a member of ia club. tion to this office. j U gt of the Peace Clement I.. Theed of the Third District is again late for the office. He has served the district for two terms cord of fearless, capable, and h nest administration of the office. Since his arrival in this area more than twenty-five years has been active in the social, political and communal life ,; %  Dade County and particularly onut drove. Justice Theed aadmitted to the Bar in 1925 having received his education in the schools of Dade County and in tin University of Florida. His supporters urge his re-election because of his impartiality and efficiency in office. Ernest li. Graham owner-manger of the Graham Dairy, a graduate of the Michigan College of Mines, a World war veteran having served i„ the 22nd Engineers Battalion, former member of tinstate [toad Commission and active in the communal life of this community Since his arrival here In 1921 is an active candidate for the office of State Senator from Dade County. Ilis platform includes among other constructive measures the return of a fair proportion of the taxes collected to i ach county wherein the taxes are received, lie will strenuously fight the injection Of polities or other insidious influences in school affairs. Mr. Graham urges the clear thinking voters of the County to cast their votes for him because of his business ability, his knowledge of conditions, and his fearlessness. Dade County, Mr. Costello points to his record as trustee of District No. 5. Mr. Costello is married and the father of three children two Of whom are attending Dade County schools. poses constitutional amendments to record of accomplishments and ef( any out the re-apportionment of fieieney in his present public office. Dade County's representation, lie Ilis host of friends urge his sup is outstanding in ability and know, port because they feel that the ledge of conditions in the body office needs a man like "Charlie" politics of the state. Dillon. Judge A. 15. Small of the Civil Court of Record is a candidate for re-election to the position he now occupies. A native of Kentucky Judge Small came to Florida in %  irlj youth. He received his education here and began his law practice in Lake City. He came to Miami in 1919 and has been active in civic, fraternal and communal life of the county, lie was i il the founders of the Riverside Improvement Association. He points to his record as Judge as showing his ability to (properly perform the duties of the office. He ing the unqualified support of man) of the prominent lawyers of Dadi County who come i111 %  > daily conta*-' with him. •lames llickland constable for District No. 5 at .Miami Bea the past eight years is again a candidate for re-election lie points to his record in office as the :I ason for his re-election. Mr. Hickland has served aconstable for two terms, as deputy sheriff tor four years and assistant chief of police of Miami Beach for two years. He came to Miami Beach fifteen years ago and has been active in the civic and communal affairs of Miami Beach. He is president of the South Beach Taxpayers' Association, a Methodist, Mason and Elk. Waging an active campign for the County Commissionership of District 1. is Harold ('. Costello, prominent attorney and active in the communal affairs of Dade County. Urging a broad business administration of the affairs of in I il 'i Jerry W. Carter, one of the unique figures in the public life of Florida, is making an appeal to all creeds and classes of the state in the final wind-up tour prior to the first primaries. Carter has been active in political life for years having served as Hotel Commissioner and now occupies the on of Railroad Commissioner of Florida. He is asking for the veils of the citizenry on his record in public office. Carter is a nt of Florida since early childhood and received his training and education in Florida BChools. I rging that the registration rolls of Dade County be carefully Investigated C C. "Dutch Kirkland" is campaigning for the office of Supervisor of Registration for Dade County. A native of Florida he was educated in the public schools and the University of Florida. If elected he promises to so conduct the office that the payment of poll taxes illegally will be forever stopped George E. Holt candidate for the Legislature in Group l is urging [ the reapportionment of Dado's rep; resentation in the legislature of Florida on the basis of actual population in the county in proportion to the entire popultion of the state, Mr. Holt who is an active attorney, noted for his uprightness of purpose and ability, is professor of law at the University of Florida, thirty-three years old, married and the father of two children. He is definite in his pledges and ]>roKJOGUST BROsUy^ L/^ Is the BEST.' ^. Janus .1. Maisn...l, better known as '•Jimmy" to his host of friends in the county is waging an aggressive campaign for the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction of Made County. Prominent as an educator, with degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Harvard, he is widely known also as a speaker and active worker in j i Ivic, religious and educational [ matters. He is a contributing editor on Astronomy for the Miami j Herald. While in Pittsburgh he \ was active in the work of the Inn.' [ Kauffman settlement. Pittsburgh's I outstanding Jewish social welfare i I organization. Serving as instruc] tor there without charge, he had | among his students Harry I. Lipj ton one of the leaders in the Jew; ish communal life of Greater MiI ami. As Superintendent Mr. Mar1 shall proposes to free the school system from all political taint am from all political coercion. ELECT ....llll I HI I'll inn HAROLD C. COSTELLO Charlie Dillon, the present constable of District _', is wairing an j active fight for election to the of\ fice of Clerk of the Criminal Court of Record. He pedges an honest [ administration of the office with1 out fear or favor and points to his j DR. R. S. AKERS 1761 N. W. 36th St. Moved to New Location DENTIST Closed Saturdays. Ph. 2-21 SI Your County Commissioner District No. 1 (Paid Political A.lv. rti-.m.-nt) |i||,ll!|tllllllllll||llllllllllllll"l"llllllllllllllllltllllllllllHIHIIIIIINII <>w i anis a candidate for the 1 on able of District No. %  lb has been a resident of Miami foi the past 27 years and has been active in general affairs in inity since he came hen-. Harried and has two ehil': elected he promises an able and impartial administration Mir,of constable and the of all lawless elements from I district, so that the resiay live without fear of ELECT W. F. BROWN I ed for bis efficient and record while Inspector of in Miami, X. I'. Lowrey .skin"; the support of Dade citizenry for the office of Commissioner in District %  A property owner since 1919 itizen since 1924 Mr. Lowbeen active in the building I 'ion work of this community. He organized the Engineers elub .,!' Miami, and has served as ml Building Inspector and uilding inspector of Miami '''"'< %  1926. He points to his r< %  < %  (l|, l and knowledge of engineering ns as one of the most valuable assets that any aspirant to Hie county commission could have. "'' Pledges businesslike and ef" c 'eni administration of the duties f his office in a manner that will Jve the taxpayers of the county thousands of dollars. His many ''lends point to his engineering ''"ties as a reason for his elec| GEO. E. HOLT i Your REPRESENTATIVE Group One He Will Protect the Interests of Dade County \ Subject Democratic Primary, June, 1936 W* K* 1 '. w*f BE? : m %  Hi ; I' %  *^B! Hi *-., %  -, %  wk.'' iwii &A ELECT N. P. LOWREY Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 'l And Give Dade County a Progressive, Businesslike Administration Not a Politician, but Technically Trained for the Job iPnld Politicul Vdvertlsi n 11 = = for JUDGE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD I Subject to Democratic Primary I t YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED mi iiammni i iniiiiiiii i i mil" iiiiiiiiiii" i anumimiig G. C. "Dutch" KirUland Candidate for Supervisor of Registration June Primary—1986 Tell Your Friends About Him i.Hllllll! MIIIMI IIIIIIIIII mi iiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii Paid Political AdvartUffl • %  Mil' lili i illii'liu '""" IT'S J. Harvey Robillard for STATE SENATOR Subject to the Will of the Democratic Voters of Daiie County Qualified by Training and Experience Your Vote and Support Appreciated lTn |, A,lv,rt..ement i-M % %  by Frlendt) HANSON ROOFING CO. Bitabllahtd Blnet 1914 ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR i In All ItBranches) :!2s N. K. 13th St. Phones 2-1881—2-6582 %  -:!• •;i %  11!::: i;• i Mini IIIIIIIIIII i MIIIIIIIIIIIMIMI K 1208 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 = The Best in Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables Biiiiiimmiiimiiiiiiii!Hiiin %  niiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiira



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Pane Four THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, May 8, lv : ; II BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi TEMPLE Friday evening services, Temple i Mi l!i form Jewish Contion, 137 X. E. Nineteenth St., at 8:16 o'clock. Dr. Kaplan will speak on "Patriotism Embraces the Whole Human Family." of vocal solos by Mrs. Miriam Todd, accompanied by Miss June Sills, and violin selections by Miss Travis Lee Harris, with Miss Jane Burge at the piano. The retiring president. Mrs. Isaac Levin, gave her annual report of activities, and Mrs. Morris Plant, superintendent of the Religious school, jrave an sundav mnrninir Mothers Day ... ... .. ... ... ,..-.. outline of the activities ot .h %  will be celebrated during the assembly period, and Sunday evening B'nai B'rith will celebrate Moth r's Day in Temple Israel. The public icordially welcome. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL school. The principal speaker of the afternoon was Dr. Carl Herman of West Palm Beach, who spoke "n "The Youth Movement in the American Congregation." The newly installed president, Mrs. Jacob II. Kaplan, spoke inspiringly of plans for the coming County. X. C. He is now fortyfour years old. married, and haliccn a resident of Florida for -" years. Judge Petteway has been fa\ .ml with a wonderful experience as a judge of the juvenile court i" Hillsborough County for five and one-half years, following which he has been judge of the criminal court of that county for 11 years. Having been nominated four times in Democratic primaries, he comes to the voters with an unimpeachable record of nearly IT years of public service. Judge Petteway is distinctly in favor of economy in government. He -lates: "I favor a tax system in Florida that is capable of producing enough revenue for public needs, and no more, and will sponsor the revision of our tax system so as to relieve real estate in this state from some of its COnfiscatory tax burdens. Of course, all candidates for governor and other offices are expected to promise economy in government. They all do. So do I Hat. inasmuch as I am one of the very few public officers in my county, and so far the fact that be is familiar with the duties of the office as no other candidate for that office is. II" is a native Floridian and has been a resident of Hade County for the pa-t II years. He is a director of the Young Democratic Club and active in the political life of the county. in all affairs. i iiiiiiiiimiiiiniii i „ OWEN CARR Opening prayer was given by year and announced a meting of k ""^ the entire state, who ay Cowen, Shirley Levy read the the executive board for Monday, took a voluntary reduction in salA native of Florida. 0. A. Rollins is making an active fight for the office of Purchasing Agent of Dade County. Mr. Rollins points to his years of experience in railroad, telegraphic and business life. He is now in charge of the real %  state department of the South Atlantic mortgage Co. If elected to the office he proposes to have the purchases made under his supervision in the interests of the taxpayers of the community. He is being supported by therank and file of the people and is declining to promise favoritism in future purchases from selfish interests. He further proposes that the records of his office will be available to the voters at all times and pledges absolute economy, business administration and simple honesty Fax • and Charles Ruhin gave May 11th. at 10:30 a. m.. at the llicclosing prayer. Tin.r'hiaycelebrated were: Florence and Irving Coret, Mary Anne I!: n stn and H Ri sner. collection came front tinIntermediate departmi nt, %  %  a : i the highest attendan • ft on Political Briefs After a most active campaign in whk-h he has covered the entire I lepartment, class 2 rn and western pan of the ary before, it was reduced by law. and when I didn't have to do it. I claim the light to lie believed when I say that 1 will lead the way to real e.-onomy iii the government of our state in all of its departover which the goveernor has any control." tf Candidate for Constable Second District Dade County, Florida 1 YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED 1 Subject to Democratic June Primary (Paid Puiitiricl Advtrttiemc illlltlHIlMHMM'lill.lirlll'lllMHHtinillllllllCIIIICIHIIIIlim 'l1llllllllliril.ilH"llll|li|*Mtll:illlllllHllllHIIIHIIIIHl|IMI I 'i child has I., en i iven a %  I; engra\ i d card for %  !'.day, on which each may i • a eautiful sentiment exis lovefor his mother. SISTERHOOD Judge R ileigh Petteway will Tom Wood., for the past ten open his Dade County campaign in years a deputy constable in Dissi personal appearance in Bayfront trict No, _'. is a candidate for the Park on Wednesday evening, May office of constable of the district 3th, at eight o'clock. and is waging an active campaign Judge Petteway was bom in a Hence in the office. He points to house on a farm in On slow on his record id' service and expeo rhe Sisl i Israel I % %  :•! it* ann i eon on Monday, May 4th, Everglade Hotel. The in c hai •_• of arrangements consi ed of .Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. G don Davis, Mrs. Harry N'evins, Mrs. Frai Mrs. Maxw II Hyman. Mrs. Joseph Richter and Mrs. Jules; Pea: Iman. Mrs, Jules Pearlman acted as an I M -. Gordon Davis di installation ceremony. The following are thenew offii • %  ;.-: President, .Mrs. Jacob H. K an; first vice president, Mr-. Jules Pearlman; second %  %  ni Mrs. Josei h Richtei; recording secretary, Mrs. Henry D. Will "ire -ponding secretary. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis; financial secretary, Mrs. Henry Bulbin; i a urer, Mrs. Harry N'evins; auditor, I' Laui i nc< S ipero; trustees, 1 iret, Mi a. Cordon Davis, Mi II. U. Feibelman, Mi M. I.. Mai PALM BEACH COUNTY I HAVE QUALIFIED AS A CANDIDATE for Superintendent of Public Instruction Your Support Will He Appreciated JOE A. Y0UNGBL00D %  Paid Political \dvertiement) ..Hi 0*1 "EMINOLE JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA CHARLIE GRINER, Man.jrr YOUR individual comfort ana entertainment is a mailer ol great importance at this modern, fire-proof, homC'lilcc hotel located in tSheart cf down, town Jacksonville. Every. -TCWI'.K tub and shower, soil water, sic: heal, :dio and ceiling fan...every bid wich innertprinf mattress and individual reading lamps. AIR CONDITIONED COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHCP I Rales.-Smgle wild Private Bath 78 Rooms $2 00 80 Rooms $2.50 %  •3 Rooms $3.01. 24 Rooms $3.50 10 Sample Room. wHk Private Bach $400 SI-gKe increase lor double occupancy —— Oik.. I B POUND Hoc.I. ^ HOIIL DfSOTO A Cand CIV1 Y VOTE FOB JUDGE Ba SMALL idate for Nomination to Succeed Himself as JUDGE OF TDK I. COURT OF RECORD June Primary 1936 our Supper! Will Be Appreciated c Paid i'"v bj ;i Mend) i,.nuiiili :,;ii;iiii:itii'i:ilili'i.iniliiiiM Camp Wohelo Girls t+ *0 m0*fi %  VAV i Mwm — II I ZZCFlXSSZXSWTi'JX -T. .,-; -.-, Mil. i n W %  • I'. i'. fn rn Baltim Md, In tli.Houi-1 %  •! the Blue I: I It-. OPENS JULY 1st Till Season For Information Write IJertha Berkowich Levy Owner and Director I62S s. W. I.lili Street .Miami. Fla. RE-ELECT V*i Tom Campbell TAX COLLECTOR Palm Beach County +0*0+*0 m 0+ 0t6 m/ iji m **ijim ii fm YOUR VOTE AM) SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED June 2nd. 1 !).*,(,. Primary (Paid Political Advertisement) 0tt m w IA %  %  %#

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ii*Jewish Florid tin i% V..I. 9 > %  ''• £ 0W a/A, w g y-f? jhewiisilh lUmiitty /# MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY K, 1936 Jewish News Around the World Jewish-Owned And Trained Hone winKentucky Derby lli (UN'S) A horse that ,,;< both Jewish-owned and Jewish-trained won the famous Keni % %  iy for the first time I; I Venture, Morton I.. Schwartz' three-year old, who was by Max Hirsch, outran the field in take the 62nd annual runB jng of the famous race. Hirsch, K ho has been around horses a!! saw one of his charges for I he first time. t hoi tea i raim 1 by is the leading trainer failed to place in Pledge War On ism And Nazism Price Five Ceate The World's Window "Religion and Social Justice" Hadasaah urges all Jewe to plant trees in Pal tim Day. The above is a facsimile of the certificate Ih I, In!.. (WNS)—Unipposition to Nazism, sm, I immunism "and other which detract the attention i f labor from unionism" was expressed in a resolution at the annual convention h>f the United Automobile Work[era of America. The convention iiounced Nazi Germany's destruction of the German labor unions. Scholarship PI? Are Announced British B'nai B'rith Jewish Athletes Favors Congress in Track Titles IM-Year Old Jew Hailed As Broadway's Oldest Businessman New York (WNS)—Isaac David in, B 1-year old manufacturer, II 1873 started what has now the Intel-national Handkcr1 any, is the oldest living | merchant associated with Broadwuy, the most famous street •n the world, it was announced by Broadway Association. Mr. Einstein was given this distinction uter many months of investigation by the association which will its 2-"ith anniversary on May 11th. M eiieo Orders Suppression Of Cold Shirts Mexico City (WNS)—Acting on urgent request of Mexican la%  %  organizations, President Carhaa ordered the immediate "•solution of the Fascist and antiSemitic Gold Shirts. In a statexplaining his action, Presipardenaa branded the Gold !" "rt' motto .if "Mexico for the 11 a menace "to the many ; '"' 1 from other countries who jWie to us in search of a new '""''• they are welcome as long they prove to be good citizens Pert the laws of the Maxi ,! • Organised in 1984 wal \ K ho!as Rodriguez, the Shirts have been responsihl. for '" %  Of anti-Semitic aut" They won the enmity of labor by their strikc/*•*•>: tactics. Nazi funds are %  J M have been the main supPOrt "f the Gold Shirts. I letails of the nal ional by which at least KM) An.' youths of special scientific aptitude are to be selected troni schools and industries each year for training as Edison scholars, were announced by Owen D. Young, chairman c.f the national committee of the Thomas Alva Edison campaign. Co-operating in what is perhaps the most unique and far-reaching educational effort ever undertaken in America are the nation's leadlusiness coi poral ions. Annual competitions for Kdison scholar giant.are to be drawn from three general classes of apnts. These include young men and women now employed in industry who, though lacking scholastic qualifications for matriculation in icientific schools, nevertheless poBOSS special aptitude; graduates of colleges and universities who have shown brilliant scientific promise; and finally, those on: side industry or the universities chosen on the basis of personal achievement or of unusual ability. "It is intended to keep the scholar plan democratic and flexhie in its workings. Kach slate will hold its own competition and, within the limitations of the na ional qualification board, awards will be made to successful candilates in each tate. The grants will be of • iff. nt monetary va l U e to provide lor Ihe \ urpose in view in each individual case. The rants will have no uniform monetary value-, nor be spr tad over any predetermined length of time. may be made available to „, n and women in the place in which they arc then working, but the general purpose is to place them where the best possible re search facilities and counsel exist or the development of their Ideas and experiments to the practical New York I WNS) The English Grand Lodge of the B'nai Brith has voted by a large majority t> support the World .lewish Congress and hacalled upon the Supreme Grand Lodge in the United States tn reconsider its attitude toward the World Jewish Congress with a view to participating in the Congress 1 first session at Geneva in A igust, it was announced here by the American Jewish Congress on the sin ng I : of i abh d advices from London. From London it was ilso reported that M of the largest Jewish organizations in England, headed by the Federation of Synagogues in London, the largest in the country, have called a national conference for Jew, to arrani British participation in the World Jewish Cone less. The Congn ss also reported the receipt of cabled messages from leading personalities in the Jewish communities of France, Czechoslovakia, Spain and Portugal announcing the beginning of preparations for World Congress participation in those countries. In the United States dates for local conventions of Jewish organizations to elect representatives to the Washington conference have been set. Support for the World Jewish Congress was also announced by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the Independent Order Brith Abraham and the Independent Order Brith Sholom and by .Mark Eisner, chairman of the Board of Higher Education of New York city. New York (WNS) Three individual titles were won by as many Jewish athletes in the annual .Mctropolitan Inter-collogiate outdoor track and field championships. Manny Krosney of N. Y. i'., took the 100-yard dash title, finished second in the 220-yard dash and fourth in the running board jump. His team-mate, Harry Cohen, won the hammer throw, and Victor Cohen of City College led the pack in the high jump. Senate Is Urged To Ban Pamphlet V .. hington, 1>. ('., (WNS)—The Senate Post office Committee is considering a resolution that calls foi a ban on postal pre. %  For a violently anti-Semitic pamphlet ei l i d "How to Destroy the Jews." The resolution was referred to the commit tee by I he i nate after its receipt from thi lircctors ol I on v: igat i n Beth Israel, Los Angeles. The pamphlet in question is being offered for sale through the mails from P. 0. Box 1092, Arcade Annex, Los Angeles. itage. •The Kdison scholar plan will be promise. get up on a broad, competitive a-.s so as to enlist the wiilcs. possible interest, not only of industrial and educational leaders, but of all youths of significant Apostate Jew Is Nazi Agitator Jaffa. May 3 (WN'S-Palcor Agency) — Paul Zubok. apostate Jew from Vienna, and his wife were arrested today on a charge of conducting .Nazi propaganda among the Arabs. One thousand dunams nf grain were destroyed tonight by an Arab mob which set fire to vhe fields in the Jewish settlement of Ain llarod. An Arab attempt to involve Jews in an arson case was frustrated today at the Nesher cement works just outside of Haifa. By LUDWIG LEWISOHN This column is copyrighted by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate Reproduction in whole or in part strictl) forbidden. Any Infringement mi this copyright will !• prosecuted. (Continued from last week) new paths to old sins? A man ame I i me and said: "There will a Communist uprising in Germany and the blank-blank Nazis • their medicine." "And do you expe I me to rejoii • %  .' I asked, "force begets force and der begets murder, and out of can come;" Shall the 1 %  I be hot partisan 1 Will be no | for commerce with the chan %  with thoi e pi ima •> truth those 1 nal paradi he moral life, • s it; w I ... will not ini be change, but only continuau a i.i .-.lii under another watchword? .Men who desire good and peace with their whole hearts may increase the sum of good and peace. Who will teach that? And that men who do not harbor this desire will not achieve permanent good or peace, even if they man the picket lines in a strike? Who will teach that? There is no change that matters but an inner change. Without that prior inner change an alteration of devices is but a palliative on a wound or a "shot in the arm" given to a sick man. • Nor is this all. Goodness of will cannot exist quite in the void. It is most effective if it is rooted in an ordered and significant universe. It is strongest and most unswerving if it is sustained by some conviction of the universe being the kind of universe into which it belongs. It will be strongest if it knows that God is on its side. In other words, the inner change in men which alone can make new in. stitutions better and not only other institutions is one that must be metaphysically grounded and affirmed. Who will teach that? Who will convince men that an inner change is required of them as the first requirement toward a better world, and that the easier way of machines and institutions and gadgets is a meretricious way? Who ? 1 am stricken and appalled by my rabbinical friends in huge temples. They are good men and able men and spiritual minded men. But they sit in offices with two engagement books and three telephones and several secretaries, busy with this or that detail of "social justice." And they haven't the time Or the peace to gather within vhem those inner forces out of which alone men can be changed and redeemed toward the doing of good, toward the practice of justice. Justice. Mercy. Peace. That word (Continued on Page 7)