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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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2nsjmo Tlhe Jewish (UinMty
Vol. 9- No. 20
MIAMI, II i.|{|l)\. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 19.16
Price I''ive Cent*
Jewish News New Chapel to
Be Dedicated
Around the
World
World Congress Jewish Jurist The World's
Is Endorsed Dies Suddenly Window
i;,;, ,jvea $15,000 for Colony
11 Orthodox German Jewish
inn in Palestine
(WNS) A spe
Wish d new
hodox ih youth
itine from Germany
ifouth Aliyah ha-
... I by the national
lassah. Th money is
Miss Henrietta Szold,
Youth Aliyah move-
. g to an announci -
. Edward Jacobs, pres-
lassah. Hadassah also
tribution of $1,000 for
lining for i Orthodox pu-
ding the Haifa Techni-
e in w colony, which will
Kfar Noar Dati (village
, children), will adjoin
Kfar II -i'imi, an adult colony of
ettlers near Haifa. The
. children will only live in
colony and will receive
icultural ami religious
'.lainI: i Kfar Hassidim.
British Troops Leave Egypt
I May 8 (WNS-Palcor
\g i Owing to fears of fur-
ther di; rders in Palestine, British
troops ave left Egypt for Pales-
tin", it was reported here today.
The reii f o cements were flown by
air from the Cairo aerodrome last
night.
Del rice by the Arabs of an
ultimatum by High Commissioner
Wauchope to halt the general
itrlke hi Palestine is believed to
onsible for the military an-
xiety. Yesterday the Arab Nation.
1 nil voted not merely to ex-
tern! the general strike but to re-
fuse t pay taxes after May 15th
unless the Government complies
*ith the complete Arab demands,
which include stoppage of Jewish
immigration and a ban on land
tales
The normal garrison of Palestine
of 1,1170 men of all ranks
with two battalions of infantry In-
cluding 1,766 men. The normal
British garrison in Egypt is 0,950
Mil Ol all ranks, but this number
has geen greatly increased recently
"Wing to the African situation.
On< if th moi in
I U
ci mmunity v. ill be
the (
: sh :'. i. -
.!:. .lev i h i=i on ol
''enieti v. n< xl v .
i P. M. 1
moni
. i
i
; ; I. nbl om f 1 >;
mi Ka' 'n J i ''
a Con-
: egation, Mr. Manuel Rippa, one
of the founders and organiz
the Chesed Slid Ernes; Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, president of the Chesed
Shel Ernes Sii I Mr. 1. L.
Mintzer, president of the Greater
.Miami Jewish Cemeterj As
tion; Sidney II. Palmer, president
of Beth David Synagogue; Nathan
Adelman, president of the .Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and
Philip Liberman, president of Beth
Jacob Synagogue. Mr. J. Louis
Shochet will preside al the exer-
.. isi s. Cantors Maui ice Main, hi s,
Louis Hayman and Boris Schlach-
man will be heard in a number of
liturgical selections during the
afternoon. Cantor Hayman will be
assisted in the rendition of a duct
by Benjamin Marcus, baritone.
The Chapel was erected by a
committee of the organization in-
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa,
Mr. ami Mrs. M. Kotkin. Mr. and
Mrs. Sol. Schwarte, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Blutstein, Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and others. Contributing materials
to the building were Markowitz &
Resnick, Binswanger & Co., Miami
Millwork Co., Fisher Lumber Co.,
Silver Paint Co., and Miami Tile
Co. A. Kaplan, contractor, con-
tributed work and material and was
jin charge of the construction.
The public is urged to attend this
unique event in the history of the
community.
''ii'ds Lack of Vitamin B Causes
Heart Troubl'
Atlantic City. N. .1. (*VNS)A
Jjsjor addition to medical science's
knowledge of the causes of heart
''"';'- was credited to Dr. Soma
"". associate professor of medi-
c,ne at Harvard Medical School,
J*en he laid before the Associa-
tion of American Physicians scien-
,lfl< evidence that the lack of vita-
m,n B may be a cause of heart
iaesse. Presenting a paper in
which he discussed 07 cases in a
Bost<,n hospital, Dr. Weiss said
,ht administration of vitamin B
relieved weak hearts rapidly.
New York Masons
Condemn Outrages
i ______
New York (WNS. Breaking its
long silence on religious persecu-
tion abroad, the powerful Masonic
order, through the Grand Lodge ol
Masons of the State of New York
Copied a statement at its 155th
annual convention assailing racial
and religious persecution abroad
Speaking in the name of the Grand
Lodge, Jacob C. Klinck, the newly-
elected grand master, said 'it >
fitting that those in distress
throughout the world, by reason of
intolerance and persecution, should
! be assured of our deep sympathy.
In the name of the Grand Lodge I
Xtend it We abhor all that which
1 challenges our belief in the bio-
'' therhood of man and the duty and
obligation of recognizing all men
as brothers, independent of race,
nationality, creed or estate. Free-
(WNS) Endo
fforl a:
World Jewish B il con-
of Hitleri: m and
m i [hi
e i e II
m a h? I'ni IS
I I;! of th .....'.
to Dr. Stephei
- of 1 Vmei Hi
Coni The lal ter or-
. ion, which is acl ing as th
ageni y in this country
world parley, announci tl at
i that the W.orld I *
i ingress rould ipen at !ene> a
oi Augu t 8th and continue until
Aii-n-: 1 Ith.
Senator William E. Borah of
Idaho, former chairman of thi
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mits e, headed the members of I e
Senate endorsing the efforts ol
Jews to defend their elementary
rights through a body of interna-
tional co-operation Such as the
World Jewish Congress. Other
Senators who approved of the
World Congress wen- Couzens of
Michigan, Van Nuys of Indiana,
Capper of Kansas, Sheppard of
Texas, Coolidge of Massachusetts,
E. I). Thomas of Utah, E. Thomas
of Oklahoma, King of Utah, Pope
of Idaho, Schwellenbach of Wash-
ington, Walsh of Massachusetts
and Logan of Kent inky. Members
of the House who endorsed the
World Jewish Congress were Al-
lied F. Beoter, C. J. Bell, Randolph
Carpenter. Peter A. Cavicchia.
Walter Chandler, R. E. Church, W.
M. Citron, M. A. Dunn. C. G. Fen-
erty, F. C. Gilchrlst, G. M. Gillette,
Dan Gingery, F. IL Gray, C. A.
Halleck, S. M. Hamlin, A. D. Heal-
,y. J. P. Higgins, W. L. Higgins,
J. II. Iloeppel. E. A. Kenney, F. C.
Knifflin, Charles Kramer, C. K.
Lea, William I.emke, D. J. Lewis.
Lawrence Lewis, Louis Ludlow, J.
W. McCormack, K. S. McKeough,
C. F. McLaughlin. J. M. Mead, M.
J. Merritt, Schuylcr Merritt, C. I>.
Millard, J. P. Monaghan. A. J.
Montague. M. T. Norton, Hei ion
Pearson, W. M. Pierce. Robert
Ramspeck, H. C. Ransley, C. F.
Risk, Will Rogers, W. N. Rogers,
J. A. Shanley, W. I. Sirovich, A. L
SomerS, J. <". Taylor. Chester
Thompson and Zebulon Weaver.
The American Jewish Congress
also announced that Dr. Georg
Bernhard, international famous
publicist and former editor of the
Vossische Zeltung of Berlin, will
participate in the Washington con-
ference on June 13th and 14th.
Dr. Bernhard, who will be making
his first visit here since the advei.l
of the Hitler regime, is now an
exile in Paris where he edits the
Pariser Tageblatt.
York iw.v Otto
,\. Rosa -i.
i' iurl o (i eral Ses-
sions, to w hi h he ha i been ap-
i i bj 11 n Hips
I! died lie* pi
- .-a. ital n mi.....
; ill. II" v.a iii his
third ;. 'ur. On rei e v'.nj hi I w
: .i.ij oi La Cu irdia or-
the flag official
i I
as a si ;n ol citj wi I mo i ning.
Boi n ill New York on l'< c. -1,
1873, of Russian- li wish par nts.
young Rosalsky recei ed his educa-
tion in city's | ublic school ,
and ill n studied law at the New
York University Law School, from
which he was graduate I in
In 1 S'.lT he joined the Staff of tin
N. Y. District Attorney, but re-
turned to private practice the fol-
lowing year, continuing until in
1906 he was appointed to the Gi n-
eral Sessions bench, the youngest
man ever to have received such an
appointment. In 1906, 1920 and
1934 he was re-elected to this
juridical post, for terms of l-l years
ach.
In 1901 Judge Ro.-alsky married
Bessie Simon of Brooklyn, who died
in 1932. In August, 1936, he re-
man ed Mrs. Mamie F. Snitkin,
widow of Municipal Court Justic
Leonard A. Snitkin, with whom he
had long been acquainted because
of their common interest in | ailan-
thropic affairs. Judge Rosalsky
was long prominent in philanthrop-
ic, religious and communal activi-
ties, and on his 50th birthday a
special fund of over $500.00(1 was
raised by New York Jews to be
devoted to the advancement of
Jewish religious instruction under
the auspices of the Jewish Educa-
tion Association. He was a mem-
ber of the Grand Street Boys' As-
sociation, active in activities of
Elks and Masons and contributed
generously of both time and money
to Zionist and other philanthropic
drives for funds.
Miami Delegates
To Be Elected
masonry stands upon a foundation
of God's Fatherhood and man's
brotherhood. Its sympathy goes
out to all who suffer at the hands
of those who do not share our
faith in God and His eternal jus-
tice."
At a meeting attended by lead-
ing members of the Jewish organi-
zations of Greater .Miami the World
Jewish Congress, to be held at
Geneva in August of this year, was
unanimously indorsed. An elec-
tions committee was named consist-
ing of Messrs. Harry Simonhoff,
J. Louis Shochet and Rabbi David
1. Rosenbloom, with full power to
arrange for the selection of two
delegates and alternates to the Na-
tional Conference at Washington,
D. C, on June 18th. Those nomi-
nated at the time of going to press
are Rabbi Max Shapiro, Harry
Simonhoff. Harry I. Lipton, Rabbi
David I. Rosenbloom, Rabbi Jacob
H. Kaplan. William Taradash and
Benjamin E. Bronston. Organiza-
tions or individuals who desire to
make additional nominations are
"Solidarity"
B) II Htt IG I I.W ISOHN
This column i-- copj ri. hted bj
the Seven Vrti I iture Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
in part -i ictlj I n bi Idi n. An)
infringemenl on ,: copyright
will |... pro: ecuted.
'I h nous end"' i alent
which thi / me
given to the World Ji vish i n
gre i- "ii of thi bi is 'it spoU
n the othe i ntiy de-
pressing Jewish scene. It rai i
the hope thai I I :ed peo-
ple may conceivably come to its
sons,, gome day. Whatever hesi-
tation I once had in endorsing the
congress movi ment did not pro-
ceed from any doubt of its useful-
ness or rather, its necessity, as u
matter of principle. Not at all.
It sprang from the fear that it
would be merely another move-
ment, another organization or or-
ganism and not, as it should be, as
it must be in order to serve its
high and tragically indispensa
purpose, the voice of Israel it.- f.
Now this unanimous endorsement
by the Zionist organization brings
at least one step nearer the real-
isation of my hope that the World
Congress will be some day the rep-
resentation of universal, of catho-
lic Israel and thus sum up in itself
and bring into vital and effective
play the moral power, expressive
of the moral solidarity of an un-
daunted people.

Let us discuss once more this
supremely crucial question of Jew-
ish solidarity. There are two kinds
of solidarity. The first kind is the
solidarity of savages and pagans.
It is the kind of solidarity that the
Nazi and Fascist regimes are try-
ing to establish. It means the re-
duction of men to the status of
slavesslaves in body and slaves
in mindstupidly or hysterically
i devoted to so-called leaders who
use these masses as generals use
i troops on the field of battle, name-
ly, as things, means, instruments,
cannon fodder. Even in our own
liberal and civilized America th?re
jare faint adumbrations of this con-
ception of solidarity in such no-
tions as "party discipline," "my
country, right or wrong" ami in a
number of empty loyalties to
teams, groups, movementsloyal-
j ties, in other words, that are un-
critical in spirit, uninformed in
temper, that seek more or less de-
i liberotely to sink or merge the in-
dividual and his value into some
mass fired by some slogan.
(Continued Next Week)
urged to send their nominee's
name to any member of the com-
mittee in writing within the next
five days. A meeting of the elec-
tions committee will be held next
week to select the delegates an.I
alternates who will be named to
attend the Washington Conference.



I
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
;
al mmunal life, has
and in
' Kave charg
Friday. Ma} |:,.
ia
!in, Mickey Lubel, PI Berkowfo
I'. Silverman, .-| p
Rose and Arthur I:
Four to he named i .
the following
Group B candidate rm o{
vo y> an t. the boi
' *<* Apte, Mor Bi
f"., where
u
tally large at'
i-
.- a
I ;,
Berl hi
ice in
M
i '.hi- evening
rry Shulman, Moe Jules Wilson, li. Sullh
Max Ri
ng ic is invited tend.
M .. -------------
The enfeld, Ralph Grot
.
I will hold ii
' sino, Ft. Li
Ma;.' ;
del, Al Gn ssman, S
Harry Schwartz, Han
F s ton Friedmai Frank I; j
A for offic. and were *. Arthur Blott, I.
ions that will r Al Reismai L .
it Wednesday in >':
Group C, thre to be
singing


: i ', ri Pallot, Joe '"! f'"" a 'crni of
year to
kin .... : layed
I i ..
tl for !:
Seig president, the board, Lou Safer, Davis Lack,
, -. Milton awita, Bernard Su \\

-
\ i ins nousl;
I Jewish Conferei
Geneva thi
'
Miami Jewish Orthodox
1 i :
1'
.; j Optner, tit of
ffi If ai < Bun
d at ; meeting Lad Au
ft!
Lau In
the L '
;. Miss
Bl tt ii
Arthur Schwartz, Harry Rose, F i:
secretary, A1 Grossman, Ben Serkin,
r::i San Seil nk Rose and Pete Wilson, Sidney Segal, Jo Davfc,
Silver II a r r y Louis Safan, Sam Shindel, Arthur
Seitlin and Harry >{l""- Sam Seitlin, Mickey Lubel,
npleted
foi th< "Hui | -
the
' for the purpo.....t
ng 1 inds for tl
and Poland. Tl evenl
Id al Odd Fellows Hall,
N. VV. S 'cond Ave, -
ng, May 171
ck when .-, del
I erved at a i
ina Mr. Harry I. Lipton,
attoi nej and communal
. will be the guesl pe ik r,
A musical and dramatic program
will bi i tented during the
public is urgi I
Amoi named to tl
1 I
i Joseph M. Fine,
: liamian and
rkt-r. He will
- al N. VV. N'orl River D .
Flaglei Stn A
of the fines)
will be on hand for th<- pul
tionally res liable
f Quality and lervii the si >gai
firm. The patronage of ihe
community will l
a- !.
Blumin. i ..-. named to the Nat amct ar|d Harry Blumi
g list: Can-
: f its lates for g ip A, term of
efit of its tors Alvin
nn.
Annual elections to >.,
Wi dnesday in June.
evening, M
.
I Si
Prizes rill t i for his
- ores ind
Grossma Sid-
-. --. A R sen-
fc-ld. Ja ~ Shindel, Bei
' a is, Al Ri
[ I
- M Seil
i e Talmud Torah aiul Sunday
Si h ids of tha Miami J
thodox Congregation will hold it,
annual picnic at the La- Olas C.
sino. Ft Lauderdale, on Sunday,
May 31st
nents have been com-
pleted ftr the forma! installation
the re nl ly electe i officers of
the Btth I avid Sist< rhood to bt
I 5ui lay, Maj 17th, at 6:--J0
P. M. o'clock at Beth David Talmud
Torah Hall. Mr-. Sadye 'i. Rose
will be toastmistress and Mrs.
M. Fine, a past president
ganization, will be the in-
1 officer. Mrs. Max Shapiro
will deliver the invocation. The
Idres v ill be given bj
Max Sha| ii of I he congre-
gation. Rabbi U Jai ob II. Kap-
''"'' ;". having been chosen Ian of Temple Israel will pronounce
''ith" the i tion. In charj of ar-
--------- rangemenl committee com
' Mrs, Hyman N. Levy ing if Mesdames Marry Oliphant,
~;i"' laj visit fiend- S. G. Rose, Meyer Schwartz, I.. J.
Camp Wohelo in Hartz, J. Kngler, Sam Wiessel and
. Washington and Pitts- Stanley C. Myers. The publi
i, Pa. Thej spcnl the entire invited to attend and are urged to
Bwidf/teb

AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOL 4
*****. .;5iJ*:.J&.. ".....I
tasoi ii Miami.
A >gulai mi et ing of I he Ta-
m"j i ila Pool Young Judea
Club will be held tomorrow, Satur.
day. May |6th, at 2 P. M. o'clock
at the home of Edith Shier, 1434
N'. VV. First St, An interesting
proi be presented and
Jewish Book Week will !.< dis-
ed. Plans for a hike will be
Refreshments will be
ved. Tie- public i- reque ti A
attend.
make
bei ol
' i n'\t\ any mem
imn ittei
Mr. and Mrs. B. Handle are now
ated in their n> w home. 169 N.
VV. Twenty-fourth -t.. to which
thej moved last week from their
former home.
Mother- were guests of honor at
the costume program presented by
Junior Hadassah Monday night in
celebration of Mother's Day. Those
taking part included Miss Belle
Tannen, Indian mother; Miss Paul-
Thi Senior Council of Jewish ine Lasky, early American mother;
Women will hold an all-day picnic Miss Rose Farkas, Chinese mother;
Sunday, Maj 17th, beginning at 10 Miss Ida Safer, "Russian mother;
A. M. at the Oceanic Gardens. Ad- Miss Beck Nash, Jewish mother;
mission will be 60 cents, which will Miss Charlotte Davis, Palestinian
include hmcheon. A program of mother. Miss Kuth Bushel] sup-
games for children and adults have plcmented the Betting with piano
been arranged to make the day interludes.
very interesting for all who attend. Miss Sylvia Rayvis, president,
The committee in charge is urged extended greetings, and Miss liana
to meet at the home of Mrs. Isidor Mack gave the invocation. In
Cohen Saturday, May loth, at 2 charge of the program was Mrs.
P. M. o'clock when final plans will Murry Grossman. Miss Ida Eng-
bc completed. The public is urged ler gave a reading, "Mother's
to attend the picnic. Day." Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub
was guest speaker. Violin selec-
Closing exercises for the Sunday tions were played by Miss Evelyn
School of the Miami Jewish Ortho- Kane, accompanied at the piano by
dox Congregation will l>e held at Miss Frances Kane,
the Synagogue, 1545 8. w. Third
Refreshments were served.
GREYHOUND LINES
FOB CORRECT BUS INFORMATION r>L r 10in
All. NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM *He O-IolZ
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
Washington Ave. & Fifth St.
as snow
16.75
Take Burd.ne's tip for summer comfortand get into Palm
Beach suits! They hold a press longer-and tip the scales
hardly at all. You needn't limit yourself to white either-
we ve plenty of cool tans and greys to suit every man.
Bl RDINES MENS SHOPS. STREET H.OOR


Friday, May IB, 1936
THE JEWI8H FI.ORIDIAN
l'age Thre
wJewisti florid Ian
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PUH1.ISHKD EVERY FRIDAY
l>y the
JKWISH II.OKIDIAN I'UBI.IKHINC CO
P. O. Boa 273
NeW3 r iwer Bide;. Miami, Fla.
EDiroiUAL OFFICES:
,21 s \v. 10th Avenue
.!. LOUIS SIIOCHKT, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Mhiucer
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
Charlie Dillon, now Constable of Court, to which he was chosen In
District 2, is a candidate for re- 1932. He points with pride to his
election to the office of Clerk of record in office during which time
Criminal Court of Record of no appeal has been taken though
Dadi County. He pledges an hon- thousands of cases have been tried,
est administration of the office and He has aided to establish whole-
Phone l 5304 '-tii his record in the present some conditions for the youth of
Phune Mini i"'Mi'""- He is receiving the sup- the county and to stamp out juve-
------------porl of many voters on his record nile delinquency at all times, i;
efficiency in the past and his high standards of conduct in the
_____abilitj to hold the posi which h<
e king.
second elan matur July 4. MM. nt th- Post Orfite t Miami, Flaridi
" under the Act of M.-irrh 3. 1>TS.
PITKRSRURG
RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
resentative
?VEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBN'ICK
Represents
ORLANDO
MRS. H. S. COHEN
tentative
TAMPA
MRS. M. II. KISLER
Represents! ive
srnsmiPTioN
S|, M nth"
One fear
II.OK
12.80
FRIDAY. MAY 1".. 1 ;:*!>
Vol. 9No. 20
Jewish Football
I. Harvey Robillard, now City
Attorney and one of the moBl ac-
i e figures in the city adminis-
n thi re, point- to his record
easons for his
i l e office of Stati Senator
for Dade County. Mr. Robillard
been a leader in the fight
e inclusion of polities in
I fairs and promise
i tak hai :ii
i.....i sj s.
terns of the State. He urges the
control of countj affairs by it-
cwn citizens and taxpayers, a re-
turn (ji a fair proportion to each
y of the lolleeted in
I he int; equate finuncii
the a tem to insure rair
pnj and efficient instructions, and
easonable proti tion if the wage
irner at all times. His
I lie: that lil>
afford a fair deal to
of f U i have brought him national
commendation. He is Known as the
"children's friend" and urge
the roters "one good term deserv<
another."
Sine Senator William C. Hodge*
i e< eived much i omment this w
mi his determined stand that he
did not want the office of Governor
State of Floi idn it' it meant
office would come to him
11 ii.e aiia hed." 'I his was
in i onneetion with ported
to Mr. Hodges of the i
of l lovernor to which he Aould
succeed if Governor Sholtz would
n pi o\ ided he ould i
tl e retii ing Go\ i i..... as United
- nator to succeed the late
hi nutor Ti ammell. Mr. i lod
om ting his toui f State in
which he has vigorouslj stated hi<
stand in rather emphal ierms on
many every important issue. Ilis cham-
on win pu n In] i :' the Homestead Exemp.
the import- tion law, his opposition to a gi n

We h:td always thought that football was in season only
i; the fall or early winter. However, il appears lhat we
ance of -Miami Beach as an integral
part "i Dade County.
rrong. Though the football we refer to at this time
cwhat different from the orthodox pigskin spheroid
mint.
It is rather apparent that when any election approaches
are some who, because they were horn Jews, though
Lhi never lived, acted or participated in the communal life
eir cities as such, who suddenly become (in the eyes oi
themselves) important Jewish figures. As such they deem
it their duty to approach candidates and friends who become
r iher gu lihle as Ihe lime for the election draws closer, and
, tr a monev consideration or the promise of some political
I referment, guarantee to deliver the entire Jewish vole as a
proposition to the candidate they favor. This category
eral sale.- lax and similar actions
have earned him a host of support
---------- ers during his public career who
Ralph C. Pole 18 a candidate Tor are now actively aiding him ill his
le-election to the office of Justice campaign for Governor. His many
of the Peace of District No. ">, trienus predict he will be the first
which he now holds. Mr. Pole has man in the first primary. They
actively identified with the base this on report- received from
progress of Miami Beach for the all sections of Florida. In Dade
I i 12 years. He lias served as County prominent professional and
ludue ol the Municipal Court. BS business men form his campaign
a member of the Zoning Commis- committee and workers.
sion of Miami Beach and has other
v been active in the civic, fra-
rial and welfare
i ummunity at la ire.
Masons, and other fraternal or-
ganizations, lie is campaigning
for 1 e offi e of state Coin: troller
on a platform which contains pro-
I Bl IK Ivi I"
lion for the benefit of ti, taxpay-
ers and which, if carried out, will
effici-
ency and fraud in the banking -.
tern and in ihe tax collecting sys-
tem of the State.
i rpj D. Landis, Attorney Gen-
eral of Florida, long a prominent
figure in the public life of the
e, is candidate for re elect ion
to this important office. He taugl
iolf helped establish the I-aw
School of Stetson Univi rs
served there a- profi Bsor of law
i, 1901 to 1906, was State's At
torney of the Seventh Judicia Cir-
cuit, was named as Attorney Gen
eral in 1931 ai I equently was
elected to th lie is a
Presby ian, 32nd legree Mason,
Shriner. Elk, Kiwanian and a life-
long Democrat. His many friends
urge hi- legal his con-
cedi ri ability u b lawyei. and hia
record in of| i ate for e<
omy, efficiency and experience and
the reason foi electioi
this important office. He pledges
the continuam e of the same im-
partial and honcsl ninist ation
of the office that has marked his
record in the past.
work
He is
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Jerry Carter, one of the formid-
abe candidates for Governor of
Florida, has a lone; history of serv-
- not only laymen, hut even those who lay claim to i^ of fraternal and civic organiza- ices to the state. Mr. Carter.
members of the Rabbinate. A rather unusual game .|(|,, an(j as|ca for his return m .hough born in Alabama, has lived
.wish foot ha I." we submit. the office ^of Justice of the Peace the greater portion of his life in
e wonder how long our Jewish leaders will stand !<>:' ,, ,, he has made in of- Hor.i.a. He served as Hotel i
ii representation of our decent and respectable citizens. ,... ,,ni \a ., Raihoaj
high time that these Jewish racketeers, for they are ---------- ,,, ...|,.i,er of Florida, in his
else, be properly placarded and consigned to the William |i. Joyce, one ol am aign he is appealing to all
ion which is rightfully theirs. An effective way would most active candidates for the of- classe.- and creeds, and is using
pUi basing Agent for Dade business methods in his campaign
i y. .- a World War veteran the same as he proposes to use il
... lived in Florida for the electi I to the office he is seeking.
pu ;, years. ence in He has establishd a card index y
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pul all candidates for office on notice that their align-
with men of this ilk will result in condemnation at toe
oi
n
at there is vet another game of football that is being
red in just now. We refer to the Jews ol this com-
\ who become Jews at certain times ol the year only.
p< ,psat a "Yahreeit," at (he death of a loved one ... even
e High Holidays. They are not. however IN AM
IE OF THE WORD JEWS when Ihe} are called upon to
i Synagogue, or to contribute to the rebel of toe.i
stricken brethren in Germany or Poland, or lo the upbuilding
'estine, the only haven of refuge for our -uttering bietl
i. wherever they may be. We wonder whether the
hat some of'these occasional Jews will receive 8
il\
ness life and I is rei ord in the
communal work ol Dade Count;, is
one of the reasons
for his election to the office. He
pi umises to con.in. the office
, .. \.:. ; ,ii the interests
of the entile county and not merely
a favored few who benefit at tie
expense of the taxpayers. Mr.
i pledges his entire time
public-
shortly
whtn'theiTnames wilUippearina list of those who have re- wi!1 ,. devoted t,
fifri I to contribute to the joint appeal for Palestine and th ,,,,.,. and that wlU be .....mn.s
any effect and will bring them back into
will
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sp
, ... i ontaining more than 50,uud
. a in a record of
voters who are supporting him.
Mr. t '.u ti t Florida
U busini administration for the
benefit of the taxpaj rs and not
for the favored few.
.1. I). ('. wi.l have
the fold?
"Jewish football" is a game that we trust
eliminated from the snorts that our people_indulge n
II be
soon be
This
, go that the county wi
.: moneys in every purchase.

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on
f removing the schools of Dade
Countj from politics. A contribi
X X = X==X==X = X tor to papers
W ith the withdrawal of the pies- many
ent su erintend nl of Public In- Man...
a of I i, le County from the as an edu<
the candidacy of James J. attorney
Judge Hnry I.. Oppenborn, Ju.
lice of the Peace in District No. 1,
was extended the unusual honor of
receiving the unanimous approval
of the voters of his district when
ii.i opposition filed for the office
he is now holding. .Indue Oppen-
born expresses his sincere thanks
for the confidence exhibited and
will continue to prove his appreci-
ation by conducting the office on
i same plane of honest, effici
ency and courtesy as he has in the
knowledge of the needs of Dade past. ______
County gained in the public sen
many
M all for this office has gained him
much
strength. With a record of administer the duties
unimpeachable communal work which he seeks in the interest,
wherever he lived, an educational tne entire community and not
Marshall is re-
,,.,. 0f the community in
years. Through his work, revenue
educational subjects, Mr. lnat wouid otherwise not have been
hall has attained distinction recejved, was brought to the county
Ilis ability as
and administrator marks
who will successfully ,..,,.,.,,,.Teach.! Associations an.l
.,. piorida League for Better
Schools.
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for the benefit of the schools. He
is receiving the active support of
of the office
training that is unexcelled, a zeal
fl" the public welfare and an un-
derstanding of conditions affecting
parents and students, Mr.
"arshall'g many friends are urg-
ing his election as the only means in politics
favored few. Mr.
ceiving the support of many promi-
,,, in the welfare work of the
,mmui,y who are not interested
Judge Walter 11.
native of Georgia,
Beckham, a
graduate of
I. Muncy Anderson, who is wag-
ing an active fight for the office
of Comptroller oT Florida, is 45
years old. and has heen a resident
of the State for the past 30 years.
He served in the Navy during the
World War. then worked in the
transportation department of the
Seaboard Railway, and in 1929 be-
came the municipal judge of Jack-
sonville, to which office he was re.
elected for a second term on his
Harvard Law School, and long-time record. He is a member of the
rMident of Miami, is waging an American Legion, Veterans of For-
active fight for re-election to the eign Wars. Brotherhood of Railway
office of Judge of the Juvenile Trainmen. Presbyterian Chur c h.
0. Ii. ii'bu i Sutton, 31 years
old, attorney and at present desk
sergeant at Coral Gables police
headquarters, is a candidate for the
office of Justice of the Peace in
the Third Distriit. Sutton gradu-
ated from the University of Miami
in 1933, during the time that he
served as a policeman in Coral
Gables. His many friends point
to his legal qualifirations and his
knowledge of ionditions in the nia-
trirt and his training in the law
enforrement department of al
Gables as the n ason why he s!
receive the support of th( itei
Mhrry Grossman, for manj > i ars
active in the Jewish and non-Jew-
ish civic affairs of Greater Miami.
:- campaigning for th office of
Con-table in the Miami Beach Dis-
trict on his recoi I in commhnnl af-
fairs, his unimpeachable character,
his expei ience gained while ] le|
sheriff in the si, it "a off i e of
Hade county, and on I '"
which sets forth thai th rid
needs a Constable wh i i- hon
less, and impartial; whose loy-
alty and integrity are unquestion-
ed; whose character is unimpeac
able and who will have the com-
munity welfare at heart at all
times. Mr. Grossman was general
director and originator of the pop-
ular price symphony coma its dur-
ing the past Beason at Flamingo
Park. Mr. Grossman is receiving
the support of many prominent
.Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of
the community.
George E. Holt, candidate for
the Legislature in Group 1, brines
to this campaign a knowledge of
conditions affecting the vital in-
terest of the taxpayer- gained
from a study of government. Mr.
Holt, an active practicing attorney,
is professor of law at the Univer-
sity of Miami, is married, 83 years
old, and the father of two children.
He is urging his election on a plat-
form that will, if enacted, assure
Miami of a proper representation
in the legislative halls of Florida
at allahassee, based on the popula-
tion of the county. He is definite
in his pledges and in his platform.
His friends urge his election on
his fitness for the office, his char-
acter and his knowledge of con-
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A. B. SMALL
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Miami, Fla.
RALPH POLE
Charlie Dillon
For
Cl IRK OF CRIMINAL
COURT OF RECORD
For Dade County
And Insure an Efficient,
Progressive and Businesslike
Administration
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VOTE FOR
TOM WOOD
FOR
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DISTRICT No. 2
Merits Promotion
EXPERIENCED-COURTEOUS
QfALIFIED
il'W tor by
Asks the Support of
Miami Beach Voters
in His Candidacy
For Re-Election
As
JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE
Which Will Insure
Continued Courtesy and
Honest Administration
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MIAMI
Pago Five
Tampa Notes
N 0 T E S
of Mrs. I. K. LubetBky. Mr. .Mar- The balance of the day will be
kowitz is the .on of Mr. ami .Mrs. taken up with all sorts of games
Charlea Markowitz. im,i gp0rt, swimming and danc-
ing. Many games )ui(l a ftetii
Mrs, Sam Haimovitz and daugh- events are being arranged for the
Max Weinstein were married at the w.....' ,"!''n '*'! ?_* N-W *"**"
of the bride's parents M ..... ? '""! """* for The BChedule f BCtlvitleS
the coming week follows:
weekly dan
Miss Shi
rii y Arono\; and Mr.
lasl
liv ii \Kin SCHWARTZ
V. M. H. A. diamondhal!
. feated for the first
a on when they lost
o| ener to the Marine
I score. A capacity
and Mrs. Herman Ar movitz,
Sunday afterno n.
Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated
i" the pi relatives and
friends. Mr. N'euwirth of New
York City, the bi I grandfath i.
blessed the bride and im pre-
\ ious to the man iagi nony.
A program of nuptial n u i was
by Mr. Men:- Gordon, a
for
---------- Sundaj Regular
Mi- and Mrs. Bla.k of liartow in the auditorium. Members and
1,1 Lakeland the week-end their friends are welcome.
n Tampa with friends.
Mr. M. LewinBohn of Sarasota,
i end in Tampa
friends.
lrowd "including Mayor Snedigar, PW by Mr. Morn, .....don. .
a, the first ball, wit- v;<>linf; ^ "* Nan Lutz
:, It was a close Pianist, before and during the cere
Ight hat tie for eight {""*'_
but the Mariners broke
ninth and tendered our
gaged star pitcher, Al-
, i;. ,> itz, with his second re-
two days, and banged
whieh, combined with
wa|k : an error, accounted for
llernie Frank starred
Mr. and Mrs. Abe .Maas were
u the annual Thursday afternoon at the tearoom under direction of Ely Solomon.
Monda Me iting of the C p-E I
Club.
'fie lay Boy Si out meeting.
Wednesday 8 | m., women's
':,: i ; e u.\ mj :20 p. m., dia-
mond ball game v< rsus Royal The-
atre team.
'I bursday 8 p. m., class in chess,
announced here by the executive
of the World Jewish Congress.
FOR YOUR
State
Comptroller

The bride was given In mat
by her parents, Mr. and Mis. Her-
man Aronovitz.
Miss Helen Aronovitz. sisti
the bride, was her maid of honor,
and Mr. [rving Weinstein of At-
lanta, Ga., brother >4 the brdi<
groom, was best man.
An informal wedding reception
was held after the ceremony, and
a buffet supper served to the
third with several fine catches,
I Bill Segals' home run ac-
aunted i the first Y tally. Over
win plus a bit of nerv- Later m the evening Mr.
the part of most of the i,""1 Mls- Weinstein left for a wed-
i ..,.. <,,,. tko ding trip to the east coast
Iboys seemed to account lor the
lefeat All you Y members
land friends are urged to attend a..
I, .. pi____, i>_i, grooms mother; Mrs. P, doldstetn
| future ^ games at Flamingo Park. '
If any of
Jewish <
m surelj use him for mound duty.
[Marine \. (. AB R H PO A E
Among the out-of-town guests
present were Mrs. Weinstein, the
if Va,i- Bros,
Mr. Sol Maas was master of cer-
emonies and speakers >.n the pro-
gram included Mr. Maas, Jerome
Waterman and John Smith.
The musical program included
selections by the ingely String
Trio, William Duber, Mrs. Mary
Duffer and Mrs. Carnic lila De-
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annul.
The annual luncheon of the Tem-
ple (iuilil Sisterhood of Srhaarai
Zedek was held recently at the
Floridan Hotel.
Annual reports were given by
the president. Mrs. Louis Augus-
tine and committee chairman. Mrs.
Friday 3:30, meeting
Scouts troop.
if Girl
Paris (WNS) Dr. Simeon Dub-
now, world-famous Jewish histor-
ian, and Lion Feuchtwanger, Ger-
man Jewish novelist, Will address
the World Jewish Congress at its
Geneva session in August, it was
ALVIN WALDER
vou happen to know of a of NeW York C,ty' Mr8' 1!u,hl"a" Augustine and Mrs. Samuel Zin-
annonball Bailey the Y a,,(l daughter, Pearl, ol riant ( ity; kow _ue8t8 h.n...-, received cor-
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Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed of Day- sa.,.s
tona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Berko-
witl of Orlando, and others. y II. A. NOTES
All preparations are being made
Miss Anna Fee I.ubetsky and Mr. t() make tn,, V. M. H. A. picnic on
Jay Markowitz were married Sat- May 24th the biggest and best
unlay night at the home of Rabbi (,V(1|.
q! Adolph Burger. Only two wit- Beginning at Hi a. m. aquatic
nesses attended the ceremony, and s|ml-ls wj|] be held, including swim-
the bridal couple left for a wed- mjng am| diving exhibitions and
ding trip of three weeks in New |i|V-saving demonstrations, under
York. Cpon their return they will direction of Hoy Jenkins. At 10:30
reside here. o'clock a diamond ball game will
Mrs, Markowitz is the daughter hL. piay_ between St Petersburg
and the Tampa Y. M. H. A. teams.
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If elected I pledge that I will
use the influence of this of-
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adequate pensions for the
aged, unemployment insur-
ance, also care for those af-
flicted and unable to earn a
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1 ler's Day program was
I uesday night by the
Women's Division. Mrs.
-del presented Doreen
Mer, ho Bang two popular num-
Barney Kraft sang "A
Der Momma." Phil Wein. ]
ted by the Y trouba- [ \
lered several popular bal- ; =
Ida Fngler gave a : \
f "Humoresque." Miss {
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''"'I "1 Can't Give You Anything I
- Love," followed by several |
"Wish numbers by Phillup Berko- \ I
"* Miss Nell Lehrman gave a '
'"alien and Milton Friedman
'"- dley of Mother songs.
Mrs. Green-erg, being the oldest
mothei present, was done the honor
lf cutting the cake while Boris
Schlachman and the assemblage
'"""'I in Jewish songs. Refresh-
' 'i e served and everybody
J01m''l in dancing.
ELECT
N. P. LOWREY
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District '5
And Give Dade County a
Progressive, Businesslike
Administration
Not a Politician, but Technically
Trained for the Job
i Paul Pi liii.-nl Adva I emantl
GEO. E.
Your
REPRESENTATIVE
Group One
He Will Protect the
Interests of Dade County
Subject Democratic Primary,
June, 1988
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June Primary1936
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STATE SENATOR
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One Good Term Deserves
Another
RE-EL
CARY D.
ECT
LANDIS

Henry H. Filer
Candidate for
STATE SENATOR
25 YEARS' PUBLIC SERV-
ICE IN DADE COUNTY
KVF.RY TRI'ST FIT.FII.IKI>
Paid for by Prfenda
SUPPORT
R. R. CHASTAIN
For
CONSTABLEDISTRICT NO. 1
Subje to June 2nd Primaries
VXD INSI RE HONEvSl VXD COURTEOUS CONDUCT
OF I MIS OFFICE
I
COMPTROLLER
J JW Hj E I*,
i< ar) I). I.andis' record
Lof 100% efficient in of-
.licehis |oya>, faithful,
careful and successful
administration of the !e-
Igal business of the state
is the record of EXPE-
DIENCE that cannot be
* equaled.
For a Second Term as
ATTORNEY GENERAL
OF FLORIDA
(Paid Politio.1 Advi-rtiM-m.-nti
I Has kept his pi imta
during the state*"1
most critical financial
period.
A thorough study of
the records will prove
that Florida needs
Lee.
HE DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT


Political Briefs
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
te senate ran-, Ernest
i; Graham, Hialeah dairyman, is
rging out front, princi-
, e he has tossed aside
I theories of political bunk-
m and is talking to the voters as
.,, to another, fed up
.;,;,, the situation. Advisers early
paign told him that the
not digest Figures, but
n V welcome at meetings
through the county indicate that
, in the public digesting
them, ; ul it is enjoying the dish.
John ft". Public also likes Graham
... ., t er. Anil he has a rcputa-
non for wading into something
when hi' been told "it can't be
lie first heard that in
y when he told friends
he was going to make a living in
il. glades. "Can't do it." they
o Graham waded in and
now M :, 60 employes is carving
rj comfortable living from
the most prosperous dairy
farms in the section. Tip-off on
liia increasing strength in the sen-
ate campaign is that other candi-
dates arc beginning to adjust their
run-sights <>n Graham's candidacy.
Won ai comptroller of the Btate of
l';,""l:' on the record he estab-
lished in office since his lection in
1932. Mr. Lee said: -| hav.
:"1"'1 every promise made whin I
aspired i the office in 1932, My
record of accomplishments is one
thai I am proud of." His many
friends point to the fad that liqui-
dation of the defunct banks of the
state has been a eomplished with
a minimum of expense, and
dividends have been paid
none was evei expected Mr. Lee
has a long record of public icrvi <.
A native of Georgia, he sei .v,| in
Irwin County as county cammis-
sioner and judge. He ame lo
Florida in 1923 and in 1925 bi -
came prosecuting attorney for
Highlands County. He served in
the legislature during the 1927,
1929 and 1931 sessions. Mr. Lee
has devoted his entire time to the
duties of his office and has not
tried, as have other officais, to
build up political machine- at the
expense of the taxpayer. Mr, Le
asks that the voters studj th
onls and they will then vote i i
his re-election.
Page Seven
i resident Irving Moss.
All members of Cong. Beth El
and Wenda are requested to at-
tend the unveiling of a monument
for the late Morris Tessler, to be
held Sunday morning, May iTih,
at 10:30. Dr. Kleinfeld will of-
ficiate.
; unveiling of a monument for
the late Mrs. II. Gold will take
place Sunday morning at 10:30, Dr.
Kleinfeld officiating. Members of
Cong. Beth El and friends are re-
quested to attend.
dred guests from different parts
of the state. Interesting short
talks were given by B. .1. Cohen,
president of Congregation Ohev
Sholem; Harry Kanner and others.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Messrs. A. L. and T. <;. Er-
lich of Leesburg, Mr. and .Mrs. il.
Krlich of Crescent City, Mr. and
Mrs. II. Friedlander and family of
lake Wales, Air. and .Mrs. B.
Spilky of Mt. Dora. Miss Helen.
Ben and Emanuel Krlich, sister
and brothers of the bride.
the (ailing Hotel, and proved one
of the most brilliant (vents ever
given by the organisation. Invo-
cation was offered hy Isaac I'eiser,
following which a silent prayer was
offered in memory of Mrs. Nellie
S. Wineman, recently deceased.
Messages of greeting were read
from Dr. Israel I.. Kaplan, rabbi of
the temple, and from Joel Richard,
president of the congregation.
Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsored JacksOIlvillp NpWJ
n card party Tuesday afternoon .a **Bwmu 11CTVt>
'hi home of Dr. and Mrs. li. H.
er, with .Mrs. Blicher as host- Tnt' annual Hadassah donors
following the card.-, refresh- banquet, culminating the give-and-
s were served. earn campaicn, was held Wednes-
day evening, May I3th, in Calling
Hotel.
ELECT
St. Petersburg
News
K. ft". I Hub) Ralston, city coun-
cilman of Miami Beach for the past
four years, is now a candidate for
as county commissioner in
District '! of Dade County. Mr.
Balsti'i. came to .Miami 2f> years
ago and has earned a splendid rep-
utation as one of the constructive
developi i and builders of the
county. He buit Miami's first sky-
. the Ralston building, in
1918. He has been a nvmber of
the firm of Ralston & Harwood for
the past eight years. His friends
i his record in public and
life as the reason for his
election tu the office of county
11 T.
Speaking to a large and inter-
ested : idience in Bayfront Park
Wednesday evening, Judge Raleigh
Petteway opened his Dade County
campaign with a stirring address
whin he strongly denied the ac-
SI n of being controlled by the
Sholtz ichine. "1 did not vote for
ither primary, nor have 1
unnection, nor will I have,
'ith tl present administration. I
understand the governor has an-
nounci il himself a candidate for
e oi United States sena-
tor, which will give the people of
Florida in opportunity to shout at
him if they want to, and you have
my permission."
Judge Petteway emphasized the
' he was definitely opposed
>o the slot machines, and his first
set as governor would be to repeal
'his law from the statutes. He
also stated that if elected gover-
nor he would not appoint any mem-
ber n! the legislature or senate,
composing the law-making body of
' tate, to any office, stating that
* wat opposed to the two-job
practice of the present administra-
tion.
ln speaking of the homestead ex.
Mnption, Judge Petteway stated
that he stood for the exemption of
h'"'- up to $5,000, not only for
* hi ids of families, but for
ndows and unmarried persons as
well.
,n speaking of the school pro-
fram- Judge Petteway said: "I am
W. Cecil Watson, now county
commissioner for Hade County in
District ". is a candidate for the
office of clerk of the criminal court
of record. Mr. Watson has estab-
lished an enviable record for effi-
ciency and ability in public office
during several terms as county
commissioner, one of which he
served as chairman of the county
commission. During his long res-
idence in Dade County Mr. Watson
has been active in all civic, frater-
nal and communal activities and
has given of his time to various
movements, including the Boy
Scout movement in Florida. His
many friends, gained by his devo-
tion to the interests of citizenry
and taxpayers, point to his record
oi' achievements in the past, his
honesty and ability as reasons why
he should be elected clerk of the
criminal court of record. They
point out that Mr. Watson, because
of the knowledge of administration
of public affair- already estab-
lished as being his, will be able lo
administer the affairs of the clerk's
office honestly and efficiently, and
that only by his election will the
taxpayer-' interests be protected.
Rev. and Mrs. R. Weisman of
Bridgeport, Conn., announce the
marriage of their daughter, Rae,
lo Mr. Isadore Schuster of Treas-
ure Island, Sunday, May 10th, in
New York. The couple will make
their home at .Mitchell Beach after
.May 20th.
The annual luncheon and closing
session of the Temple Sisterhood,
with Mrs. L. P. I.ippman, presi-
dent, graciously presiding, took
place in the main dining loom of
Credit is due Mrs. S. Fevelyn,
president of the Young Judea
Council, on her able assistance for
the successful moonlight outing on
the Moonglow over Tampa Bay. All
had an enjoyable time.
Friends and relatives of Mr. H.
Herman are glad to hear of his
recoverv.
R. B. Chastain, constable of dis-
trict 1. is a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the office. He is a native
of Gainesville, Ga., and came to
Milami in 1919, when he engaged in
the building material business, rep-
resenting the O'Neill Block Co. and
the Cheely Lumber Co. In 1932
he became constable and estab-
lished a reputation for efficiency
and courtesy in office. Recently
he married the former Miss Dixie
Herlong, one of the most popular
figures in local Democratic circles.
West Palm Beach
A special meeting of Cong. Beth
El was held at the home of the
Orlando Notes
Mrs. Sally Sargeanl entertained
Monday night. May llth, at the
Municipal Auditorium with a kid-
die floor show. Master Buddy
Berger acted B8 master of cere-
monies and received much applause
for his interpretation of the role.
The Berger twins. Thelma and
Barbara, participated in a person-
ality song and acrobatic number
iring the rong "We Saw the
Fleet." N'exl Monday night the
Beiger twins will be in an BCI'O-
batii tap and toe dance number
at Mrs. Beasley's recital at the
auditorium.
The Temple Sistethood sponsor-
ed a bridge May 13th at the home
ot Mrs. George Harris. Hostesses
With Mr.-. Harris were Mrs. Ben
Ore nberg an I Mis. Solon Klepper.
This was the last benefit bridge of
the season.
The wedding of Miss June Krlich,
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. M. Er-
lich of Jacksonville to Mr. A. II.
Harvey of Jacksonville was solemn-
ized at the residence of Rev. B.
Safer on Sunday, May llth. Rev.
Safer performed the ceremony and
spoke on the responsibilities of life
in the Jewish home. A dinner was
served for approximately one hun-
for the
program sponsored by the
Rorida Education Association.
He stressed the need for econ-
'"">' in government.
Headquarters for the Dade Coun.
V I'ett.way for Governor Club are
" twelfth floor of the Con-
-'"- building.
Comptroller J. M. Lee is now ac-
tively ci
'mpaigning for his re-elec-
I WISH TO THANK TDK PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY FOR
THE CONFIDENCE THEY HAVE SHOWN IN ME BY
NOMINATING ME TO THE OFFICE OP
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
District No. 1
WITHOUT OPPOSITION
I an. topi) appreciative of this compliment and will endeavor
U, continue ... conduct myself and the affairs of th.s off.ee so
as to merit the continued confidence of the people of Dade
County.
HENRY L. OPPENBORN
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE District Number One
(Paid Political Advwttaomtntl
R. W. (BOB)
RALSTON
Candidate for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District No. 3
I promise an efficient adminis-
tration of the affairs of the
con nly.
W. CECIL
WATSON
CLERK OF THE
CRIMINAL COURT
OF RECORD
(Paid Political AdvertiMmantJ
William C. Hodges
"Homestead Bill"
Submits His Candidacy for
GOVERNOR
of Florida
To Ihe People of This State
Subject to Democratic Primaries
HODGES is opposed to a Sales
Tax and all other nuisance
taxes.
HODGES favors: Old Age and
Mothers Pensions$5.00 Auto-
mobile TapsTaking 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-
lte 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
State, urging the people to rat-
ify the Amendment.
(Paid Political Advertising)



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cleaning is no
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was when a dust cap had to be
worn; and the room was foggy
with dust that was either in-
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until the next uprising.
Spring cleaning is much more
simple today. The vacuum clean-
er relieves you of the dirty work.
Merely flick a switch and it
reaches to the very depths of
rugs for dirt and germs. And
the dust is forced directly into
the bag where it belongs. The
dirt isn't gathered at your
strength's expense, either. You
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Fridaj v \;,> %  ->. >'•' % %  •_ THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI Pago Five Tampa Notes N 0 T E S of Mrs. I. K. LubetBky. Mr. .MarThe balance of the day will be kowitz is the .on of Mr. ami .Mrs. taken up with all sorts of games Charlea Markowitz. im ,i gp0 rt, swimming and dancing. Many games )ui(l a ftetii Mrs, Sam Haimovitz and daughevents are being arranged for the Max Weinstein were married at the w !" ," ''n '*'! ?_* N W *"**" %  of the bride's parents M ? '""! !" """* for The BChedule f BCtlvitleS the coming week follows: weekly dan Miss Shi rii y Arono\; and Mr. lasl liv ii \Kin SCHWARTZ V. M. H. A. diamondhal! feated for the first a on when they lost o| ener to the Marine I score. A capacity and Mrs. Herman Ar movitz, Sunday afterno n. Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated i" the pi • relatives and friends. Mr. N'euwirth of New York City, the bi I grandfath i. blessed the bride and % %  im pre\ ious to the man iagi nony. A program of nuptial n u i was by Mr. Men:Gordon, a for Sundaj Regular Miand Mrs. Bla.k of liartow in the auditorium. Members and 1,1 Lakeland the week-end their friends are welcome. n Tampa with friends. Mr. M. LewinBohn of Sarasota, i end in Tampa friends. l rowd "including Mayor Snedigar, PW by Mr. Morn, don. a the first ball, witv ;<> lin f; ^ "* Nan Lutz :„„, It was a close Pianist, before and during the cere Ight hat tie for eight {""£*'_ but the Mariners broke ninth and tendered our gaged star pitcher, Al, i;. ,> itz, with his second retwo days, and banged whieh, combined with wa |k : an error, accounted for llernie Frank starred Mr. and Mrs. Abe .Maas were u the annual 4 the brdi< groom, was best man. An informal wedding reception was held after the ceremony, and a buffet supper served to the third with several fine catches, I Bill Segals' home run acaunted i the first Y tally. Over win plus a bit of nerv*• %  Later m the evening Mr. the part of most of the i ,"" 1 Mls Weinstein left for a wedi .„.,.„„„. <•,,,. tko ding trip to the east coast Iboys seemed to account lor the lefeat All you Y members land friends are urged to attend a.. I, .. pi____, i>„_i, grooms mother; Mrs. P, doldstetn | future ^ games at Flamingo Park. If any of Jewish < m surelj use him for mound duty. [Marine \. (. AB R H PO A E Among the out-of-town guests present were Mrs. Weinstein, the if Va,iBros, Mr. Sol Maas was master of ceremonies and speakers >.n the program included Mr. Maas, Jerome Waterman and John Smith. The musical program included selections by the ingely String Trio, William Duber, Mrs. Mary Duffer and Mrs. Carnic lila De. annul. The annual luncheon of the Temple (iuilil Sisterhood of Srhaarai Zedek was held recently at the Floridan Hotel. Annual reports were given by the president. Mrs. Louis Augustine and committee chairman. Mrs. Friday 3:30, meeting Scouts troop. if Girl Paris (WNS) Dr. Simeon Dubnow, world-famous Jewish historian, and Lion Feuchtwanger, German Jewish novelist, Will address the World Jewish Congress at its Geneva session in August, it was ALVIN WALDER vou happen to know of a of NeW York C,ty Mr8 1!u,hl a Augustine and Mrs. Samuel Zinannonball Bailey the Y a,,(l daughter, Pearl, ol riant ( ity; kow ue8t8 „,• h.n...-, received cor:t 2 I 2 1 0 M. Everett, sf 5 3 4 2 0 0 6 2 3 1 7 1 1, !: 5 0 1 0 0 0 Weaver, lb 6 0 1 11 0 0 Pierce, cf 2 0 0 ( 0 0 Walker. 2b 4 0 0 2 1 0 E 4 1 1 (1 0 0 I 1 1 C 0 0 '. P I 0 0 2 1! 0 1 41 ;i 12 26 12 0 \. M. 11 A. AB R H PO A E R 4 0 0 8 1 0 I'-rf 3 0 (I 2 II 0 1 i (1 (1 2 1 0 If :i 1 2 II (1 0 I 1 1 II II II 1 b :{ 1 1 8 (1 1 • ) 0 0 1 8 1 i l (1 0 5 l 2 C 3 0 0 I 0 1 p :t 0 tl (I II 0 cf l 0 1 2 II 0 Mr. and Mrs. Simon Reed of Daysa „.,. s tona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Berkowitl of Orlando, and others. y


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Friday, May IB, 1936 THE JEWI8H FI.ORIDIAN l'age Thre wJewisti florid Ian l-LOKJDA S ONLY *BW|SH WBBKLY PUH1.ISHKD EVERY FRIDAY l>y the JKWISH II.OKIDIAN I'UBI.IKHINC CO P. O. Boa 273 NeW3 r iwer Bide;. Miami, Fla. EDiroiUAL OFFICES: 21 s \v. 10th Avenue .!. LOUIS SIIOCHKT, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Mhiucer CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Charlie Dillon, now Constable of Court, to which he was chosen In District 2, is a candidate for re1932. He points with pride to his election to the office of Clerk of record in office during which time Criminal Court of Record of no appeal has been taken though Dadi County. He pledges an honthousands of cases have been tried, est administration of the office and He has aided to establish wholePhone l 5304 '-tii his record in the present some conditions for the youth of Phune Mini i "' Mi '""He is receiving the supthe county and to stamp out juveporl of many voters on his record nile delinquency at all times, i; efficiency in the past and his high standards of conduct in the abilitj to hold the posi which h< e king. second elan matur July 4. MM. nt thPost Orfite „t Miami, Flaridi under the Act of M.-irrh 3. 1>TS. PITKRSRURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD resentative &f VEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBN'ICK Represents ORLANDO MRS. H. S. COHEN tentative TAMPA MRS. M. II. KISLER Represents! ive srnsmiPTioN S |, M nth" One fear II.OK 12.80 FRIDAY. MAY 1".. 1 ;:*!> Vol. 9—No. 20 Jewish Football %  I. Harvey Robillard, now City Attorney and one of the moBl aci e figures in the city adminisn thi re, pointto his record %  easons for his %  • i l e office of Stati Senator for Dade County. Mr. Robillard been a leader in the fight e inclusion of polities in I fairs and promise i tak hai :ii i i sj s. terns of the State. He urges the control of countj affairs by itcwn citizens and taxpayers, a return (ji a fair proportion to each y of the % %  lolleeted in I he int; equate finuncii the a tem to insure rair pnj and efficient instructions, and easonable proti tion if the wage • irner at all times. His I lie: that lil> afford a fair deal to of f U i have brought him national commendation. He is Known as the "children's friend" and urge the roters "one good term deserv< another." Sine Senator William C. Hodge* i e< eived much i omment this w %  mi his determined stand that he did not want the office of Governor State of Floi idn it' it meant office would come to him 1 1 ii.e• aiia hed." 'I his was in i onneetion with ported to Mr. Hodges of the i of l lovernor to which he Aould succeed if Governor Sholtz would n pi o\ ided he ould i tl e retii ing Go\ i i as United nator to succeed the late hi nutor Ti ammell. Mr. i lod om ting his toui f State in which he has vigorouslj stated hi< stand in rather emphal ierms on many every important issue. Ilis chamon win pu n In] i :' the Homestead Exemp. the importtion law, his opposition to a gi n • We h:td always thought that football was in season only i; the fall or early winter. However, il appears lhat we ance of -Miami Beach as an integral part "i Dade County. rrong. Though the football we refer to at this time cwhat different from the orthodox pigskin spheroid mint. It is rather apparent that when any election approaches are some who, because they were horn Jews, though Lhi never lived, acted or participated in the communal life eir cities as such, who suddenly become (in the eyes oi themselves) important Jewish figures. As such they deem it their duty to approach candidates and friends who become r iher gu lihle as Ihe lime for the election draws closer, and tr a monev consideration or the promise of some political I referment, guarantee to deliver the entire Jewish vole as a proposition to the candidate they favor. This category eral sale.lax and similar actions have earned him a host of support ers during his public career who Ralph C. Pole 18 a candidate Tor are now actively aiding him ill his le-election to the office of Justice campaign for Governor. His many of the Peace of District No. •">, trienus predict he will be the first which he now holds. Mr. Pole has ma n in the first primary. They actively identified with the base this on reportreceived from progress of Miami Beach for the all sections of Florida. In Dade I i • 12 years. He lias served as County prominent professional and ludue ol the Municipal Court. BS business men form his campaign a member of the Zoning Commiscommittee and workers. sion of Miami Beach and has other v %  been active in the civic, fra%  rial and welfare i ummunity at la ire. Masons, and other fraternal organizations, lie is campaigning for 1 E offi e of state Coin: troller on a platform which contains proI Bl IK Ivi I" lion for the benefit of ti, taxpayers and which, if carried out, will %  e fficiency and fraud in the banking -. tern and in ihe tax collecting system of the State. i RPJ D. Landis, Attorney General of Florida, long a prominent figure in the public life of the e, is candidate for re elect ion to this important office. He taugl iol f helped establish the I-aw School of Stetson Univi rs served there aprofi Bsor of law i, 1901 to 1906, was State's At torney of the Seventh Judicia Circuit, was named as Attorney Gen eral in 1931 ai I equently was elected to th lie is a Presby ian, 32nd legree Mason, Shriner. Elk, Kiwanian and a lifelong Democrat. His many friends urge hilegal his concedi ri ability u B lawyei. and hia record in of| i ate for e< omy, efficiency and experience and the reason foi electioi this important office. He pledges the continuam e of the same impartial and honcsl ninist ation of the office that has marked his record in the past. work He is %  il the u niom|' II nu o ; Jerry Carter, one of the formidabe candidates for Governor of Florida, has a lone; history of servnot only laymen, hut even those who lay claim to i^ of fraternal and civic organizaices to the state. Mr. Carter. members of the Rabbinate. A rather unusual game | (| ,, an( j as | ca f or his return m .hough born in Alabama, has lived .wish foot ha I." we submit. the office ^of Justice of the Peace the greater portion of his life in e wonder how long our Jewish leaders will stand !<>:' •,, „,, he has made in ofHor.i.a. He served as Hotel i ii representation of our decent and respectable citizens. ,, n i \ a „., %  Raihoaj high time that these Jewish racketeers, for they are ,•„„,, ...|,.i,er of Florida, in his else, be properly placarded and consigned to the William |i. Joyce, one ol am aign he is appealing to all ion which is rightfully theirs. An effective way would most ac tive candidates for the ofclasse.and creeds, and is using p U i basing Agent for Dade business methods in his campaign i y. .a World War veteran the same as he proposes to use il %  ... lived in Florida for the electi I to the office he is seeking. pu ;, years. ence in He has establishd a card index y II inn .." n II-. mi,oui ; ......... — _pul all candidates for office on notice that their alignwith men of this ilk will result in condemnation at toe oi n at there is vet another game of football that is being red in just now. We refer to the Jews ol this com\ who become Jews at certain times ol the year only. p< ,psat a "Yahreeit," at (he death of a loved one ... even e High Holidays. They are not. however IN AM IE OF THE WORD JEWS when Ihe} are called upon to i Synagogue, or to contribute to the rebel of toe.i stricken brethren in Germany or Poland, or lo the upbuilding 'estine, the only haven of refuge for our -uttering bietl i. wherever they may be. We wonder whether the hat some of'these occasional Jews will receive 8 il\ ness life and I is rei ord in the communal work ol Dade Count;, is one of the reasons for his election to the office. He pi umises to con.in. the office %  .. \. : •;• ,ii the interests of the entile county and not merely a favored few who benefit at tie expense of the taxpayers. Mr. i pledges his entire time publicshortly whtn'theiTnames wilUippearina list of those who have rewi!1 ,„. devoted t fifri I to contribute to the joint appeal for Palestine and th ,„,,,.,. and that „ wlU be mn.s any effect and will bring them back into will IB a |MU<; !• %  "• % %  -.L .* ...... ........i.. mrlill sp %  ... i ontaining more than 50,uud a in a record of voters who are supporting him. Mr. t '.u ti t Florida U busini administration for the benefit of the taxpaj rs and not for the favored few. .1. I). ('. wi.l have the fold? "Jewish football" is a game that we trust eliminated from the snorts that our people_indulge n II be soon be This go that the county wi „ .: moneys in every purchase. Political Briefs on „f removing the schools of Dade Countj from politics. A contribi X X = X==X==X = X tor to papers W ith the withdrawal of the piesmany ent su erintend nl of Public InMan... %  a of I i, le County from the as an edu< the candidacy of James J. attorney Judge Hnry I.. Oppenborn, Ju. %  lice of the Peace in District No. 1, was extended the unusual honor of receiving the unanimous approval of the voters of his district when II.I opposition filed for the office he is now holding. .Indue Oppenborn expresses his sincere thanks for the confidence exhibited and will continue to prove his appreciation by conducting the office on i same plane of honest, effici ency and courtesy as he has in the knowledge of the needs of Dade past. County gained in the public sen many M all for this office has gained him much strength. With a record of administer the duties unimpeachable communal work which he seeks in the interest, wherever he lived, an educational tne entire community and not %  Marshall is re,,.,. 0 f the community in years. Through his work, revenue educational subjects, Mr. lnat wou id otherwise not have been hall has attained distinction rece j v ed, was brought to the county Ilis ability as and administrator marks who will successfully ,..,,.,.,,,. Teach. •! %  Associations an.l .,„. piorida League for Better Schools. I %  ; for the benefit of the schools. He is receiving the active support of of the office training that is unexcelled, a zeal fl the public welfare and an understanding of conditions affecting parents and students, Mr. "arshall'g many friends are urging his election as the only means in politics favored few. Mr. ceiving the support of many promi,„,,„ in the welfare work of the ,„ mmu „i, y who are not interested Judge Walter 11. native of Georgia, Beckham, a graduate of I. Muncy Anderson, who is waging an active fight for the office of Comptroller oT Florida, is 45 years old. and has heen a resident of the State for the past 30 years. He served in the Navy during the World War. then worked in the transportation department of the Seaboard Railway, and in 1929 became the municipal judge of Jacksonville, to which office he was re. elected for a second term on his Harvard Law School, and long-time record. He is a member of the rM ident of Miami, is waging an American Legion, Veterans of Foractive fight for re-election to the eign Wars. Brotherhood of Railway office of Judge of the Juvenile Trainmen. Presbyterian Chur c h. 0. Ii. ii'bu i Sutton, 31 years old, attorney and at present desk sergeant at Coral Gables police headquarters, is a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace in the Third Distriit. Sutton graduated from the University of Miami in 1933, during the time that he served as a policeman in Coral Gables. His many friends point to his legal qualifirations and his knowledge of ionditions in the niatrirt and his training in the law enforrement department of al Gables as the n ason why he s! receive the support of th( itei Mhrry Grossman, for manj > i ars active in the Jewish and non-Jewish civic affairs of Greater Miami. :campaigning for th office of Con-table in the Miami Beach District on his recoi I in commhnnl affairs, his unimpeachable character, his expei ience gained while ] le| sheriff in the si, it "a off i e of Hade county, and on %  I '" which sets forth thai th rid needs a Constable wh i ihon less, and impartial; whose loyalty and integrity are unquestioned; whose character is unimpeac able and who will have the community welfare at heart at all times. Mr. Grossman was general director and originator of the popular price symphony coma its during the past Beason at Flamingo Park. Mr. Grossman is receiving the support of many prominent .Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of the community. George E. Holt, candidate for the Legislature in Group 1, brines to this campaign a knowledge of conditions affecting the vital interest of the taxpayergained from a study of government. Mr. Holt, an active practicing attorney, is professor of law at the University of Miami, is married, 83 years old, and the father of two children. He is urging his election on a platform that will, if enacted, assure Miami of a proper representation in the legislative halls of Florida at allahassee, based on the population of the county. He is definite in his pledges and in his platform. His friends urge his election on his fitness for the office, his character and his knowledge of conditions.



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I III: JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Political Briefs lepul N _. i ask % the su %  %  %  %  ; % %  ars' %  ii %  %  to 1 .... is u thai %  table ol 1 I s office for I :• -. He M %  %  H ends %  %  % %  %  i 1 I %  inty • %  l % %  •-. in I n high in the • ternal lies B • I of Stai %  Su is f 1 %  I %  %  ind not ited • %  • • %  %  -..%  Hi t of thi -' %  Br.ai 1 : %  Bis %  Cemet the 1 %  %  %  • %  %  == ====. ~ : u,m|] • Max K • K %  | p, y. th Rothsl in ai d M R ( i iting. The formal a • ni ely. ficers will be hi Id announci tly. elected of! -The Children's p nt-nd" %  .. cand I -' • %  24. %  inty, Mr. • • ird a issistanl lins i thei tor, as • • int l thai nowle 1 la ol Society %  %  %  it Sund Daily Fresh Fish From the Sea To Your Dish % % %  %  %  • L lies' AuxiliOrthod • ,| Ja : H .. t M s, I Rosei M i • i tary, Mrs. ; ectors, I. Bucks %  ;. A HERN FUNERAL HOME FRAN IS AH1 RN, Pre* 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone .'-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE RE-ELI Walter !{. BECKHAM JUDGE JUVENILE ( OURT Proven Abilit) in Dealln With Children Pi d Polil \ Be h a H last? !: in was a thi pasi : •' Miami !';.; %  • i nd thi Sunrisi Distri itins M A. B. the Ch : %  : K ith. %  %  unty. He • fact %  • •. in. Hi v n ; i. i UK .1. W. Asburv %  i DADE COUNTY SCHOOI BOARD l>lI Rl< I Ml Qualified I. I > I rain %  1 : FLORIDA FISHERIES oncd and Operated b) SAIL OPTNER SEMOURE OPTNER 2tf x. w. xoin ii KIN i.K niti\ i. •II ST NOR! II nf FLACLER >l R| % %  i BRID IIA MILLION ON THE HORSES! rhat the amount SI.070 000 to be exact — which ?; ; lo North Fiiirid-i in the I.I.Itract. Dade PAID S1.0iio.d00 and RECEIVED ONL1 12 IT Ml SI BE STOPPED! Vote for F.RXES1 l(. GRAHAM STATE SENATOR l"iil Political Ad..—Paid for by Krirndi One Good Term Deserves Another RE-EL CARY D. ECT LANDIS %  Henry H. Filer Candidate for STATE SENATOR 25 YEARS' PUBLIC SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY KVF.RY TRI'ST FIT.FI I.IKI> • Paid for by Prfenda • SUPPORT R. R. CHASTAIN For CONSTABLE—DISTRICT NO. 1 Subje to June 2nd Primaries VXD INSI RE HONEvSl VXD COURTEOUS CONDUCT OF I MIS OFFICE I COMPTROLLER J JW • HJ E I*, I< ar) I). I.andis' record Lof 100% efficient in of.lice—his |oya>, faithful, careful and successful administration of the !eIgal business of the state %  — is the record of EXPEDIENCE that cannot be equaled. For a Second Term as ATTORNEY GENERAL OF FLORIDA (Paid Politio.1 Advi-rtiM-m.-nti I Has kept his pi imta during the state*" 1 most critical financial period. A thorough study of the records will prove that Florida needs Lee. HE DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT



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• £ • ; •i "I B1 LLETTN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of M • %  I and PATY FOR GOVERNOR %  RE-ELEt l ILMPLE %  : %  %  %  %  ; ither LS ^ ATI AMI' SHOE SHOP 21 Ivenue DR. R. S. IKERS 1764 S. V\. 36th St. M | New Li %  .•inn DENTIS1 A Saturdays. I'h. 2-21S1 %  • %  ia RELIGIOUS S( HOOL %  -%  } %  .-: %  %  I I %  %  : the tempi*. •" f Rs | -^GUST BROS Ry^ /*" /s the fl£S7-' yacAionvittes Leadmo Hotel JIM HICKLAND CONSTABLE District No. 5 %  • %  %  : %  ; in u %  %  %  %  %  '•' Kai : f a playlet con:.. %  • %  '••' %  • •• ; %  %  • Kapls • %  • B lews?", by Stanley I take pan • • a %  &_•• %  •" ; in, Sheila Li .-. %  ihe Charle Ru ban.el R : • I I Flat %  ; •"-';.' %  '• Kirstei J. : fiat Can Jews Jack Sj il give a I SISTERHOOD J i j %  %  %  : I| %  I ... GENERAL ELECT • • K Ha'i VOTE FOR William D. (Bill) JOYCE Your PURCHASING AGENT far l.y I, %  i FOR GOVERNOR .• la. su next %  • B | • %  r ; %  • %  natoi B it man, ane, i ; Genial .. Jovial '• Honert fa ibe Sol s a f e ." ters of Jerry the Commoner All-Florida Candidate for Governor ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA CHARLIE GUINEA, Mm|> yOUR -2 • d.el scmlo* and errte'teinment I! I -I *• ZC'*' -?C-t|-Ct II 1-1 fT-ode'*, l'-':'. : -c-c-l.ttc hotel located in tne heart c 1 down.town Jacksonville. E.t'y %  : ill t.o and ihc-e-, loll wate, Mesa reel, • a: o e-d r.c nj Fin.e.er, bed nit MCh to-S me-i-e.i a-d indimdutl tcd>nj lamp.. AIR CCNOIIIONED COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE SHOP Ralei-S.njle -,ln P„.<| Bath 78 Room. $2 00 80 Room. J2 50 *0Room. J3 00 24 Room. $3.50 %  -•> P.,<> B.th $4 03 Mala OCCaaaacy — o POUN0 Haul, % hO'EL DESOIO VOTE FOR JUDGE A. B. SMALL 1 ii lat for Nominal Succeed Himself a %  .11 DGE OF THE CIVIL CO! RT OF RECOl June P imai y li 36 Vur Supper! Will 1!> Appreciated 1> I Camp Wohclo for Girls i v B R I OPENS .IFFY Is! Tin Reason For Information Write Bertha Berkowich Lev ^^f£ Owner and Director ** "'""' s W i: ,h s,: Miami, Fla. RALPH POLE Charlie Dillon For Cl IRK OF CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD For Dade County And Insure an Efficient, Progressive and Businesslike Administration I Paid c i i• %  =.I A'lv. tii ,.i,„. i, ; HIM VOTE FOR TOM WOOD FOR I Constable DISTRICT No. 2 Merits Promotion EXPERIENCED-COURTEOUS QfALIFIED il'W tor by Asks the Support of Miami Beach Voters in His Candidacy For Re-Election As JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Which Will Insure Continued Courtesy and Honest Administration of Justice 1 •' %  Political AdvertiHeme-nt)



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* € Jewish Florid tin €2nsjmo Tlhe Jewish (UinMty Vol. 9No. 20 MIAMI, II i.|{|l)\. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 19.16 Price I''ive Cent* Jewish News New Chapel to Be Dedicated Around the World World Congress Jewish Jurist The World's Is Endorsed Dies Suddenly Window i;,;, ,jvea $15,000 for Colony 11 Orthodox German Jewish inn in Palestine (WNS) A spe Wish D new %  hodox %  %  %  ih youth itine from Germany ifouth Aliyah ha... I by the national lassah. Th %  money is Miss Henrietta Szold, %  Youth Aliyah move. g to an announci Edward Jacobs, preslassah. Hadassah also tribution of $1,000 for lining for i Orthodox puding the Haifa Technie in w colony, which will Kfar Noar Dati (village children), will adjoin Kfar II -i'imi, an adult colony of ettlers near Haifa. The children will only live in colony and will receive icultural ami religious '.lainI: i Kfar Hassidim. British Troops Leave Egypt I May 8 (WNS-Palcor \g i Owing to fears of further di; rders in Palestine, British troops ave left Egypt for Palestin", it was reported here today. The reii f o cements were flown by air from the Cairo aerodrome last night. Del rice by the Arabs of an ultimatum by High Commissioner Wauchope to halt the general itrlke HI Palestine is believed to onsible for the military anxiety. Yesterday the Arab Nation. 1 nil voted not merely to extern! the general strike but to refuse t pay taxes after May 15th unless the Government complies *ith the complete Arab demands, which include stoppage of Jewish immigration and a ban on land tales The normal garrison of Palestine of 1,1170 men of all ranks with two battalions of infantry Including 1,766 men. The normal British garrison in Egypt is 0,950 Mil Ol all ranks, but this number has geen greatly increased recently "Wing to the African situation. On< if th moi in I U ci mmunity v. ill be • the ( : sh :'. i. %  .!:. %  .lev i h I=I on ol ''enieti v. n< xl %  v %  i P. M. 1 moni i i ; ; I. nbl om f 1 > ; mi Ka' 'n J i '' A %  Con: egation, Mr. Manuel Rippa, one of the founders and organiz the Chesed Slid Ernes; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, president of the Chesed Shel Ernes Sii I Mr. 1. L. Mintzer, president of the Greater .Miami Jewish Cemeterj As tion; Sidney II. Palmer, president of Beth David Synagogue; Nathan Adelman, president of the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, and Philip Liberman, president of Beth Jacob Synagogue. Mr. J. Louis Shochet will preside al the exer.. ISI s. Cantors Maui ice Main, hi s, Louis Hayman and Boris Schlachman will be heard in a number of liturgical selections during the afternoon. Cantor Hayman will be assisted in the rendition of a duct by Benjamin Marcus, baritone. The Chapel was erected by a committee of the organization including Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa, Mr. ami Mrs. M. Kotkin. Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Schwarte, Mr. and Mrs. M. Blutstein, Mrs. Isidor Cohen and others. Contributing materials to the building were Markowitz & Resnick, Binswanger & Co., Miami Millwork Co., Fisher Lumber Co., Silver Paint Co., and Miami Tile Co. A. Kaplan, contractor, contributed work and material and was jin charge of the construction. The public is urged to attend this unique event in the history of the community. ''ii'ds Lack of Vitamin B Causes Heart Troubl' Atlantic City. N. .1. (*VNS)—A Jjsjor addition to medical science's knowledge of the causes of heart '•'"' ; '-• %  was credited to Dr. Soma "". associate professor of medic, ne at Harvard Medical School, J*en he laid before the Association of American Physicians scien,lfl < evidence that the lack of vitam,n B may be a cause of heart iaesse. Presenting a paper in which he discussed 07 cases in a Bost<, n hospital, Dr. Weiss said ,h t administration of vitamin B relieved weak hearts rapidly. New York Masons Condemn Outrages i New York (WNS. Breaking its long silence on religious persecution abroad, the powerful Masonic order, through the Grand Lodge ol Masons of the State of New York Copied a statement at its 155th annual convention assailing racial and religious persecution abroad Speaking in the name of the Grand Lodge, Jacob C. Klinck, the newlyelected grand master, said 'it > %  fitting that those in distress throughout the world, by reason of intolerance and persecution, should be assured of our deep sympathy. • In the name of the Grand Lodge I •Xtend it We abhor all that which 1 challenges our belief in the bio'' therhood of man and the duty and obligation of recognizing all men as brothers, independent of race, nationality, creed or estate. Free(WNS) Endo fforl a: World Jewish B il conof Hitleri: m and m i [hi e i %  e II m a h? I'ni IS I I;! of th '. to Dr. Stephei %  of 1 Vmei Hi Coni The lal ter or.• ion, which is acl ing as th • ageni y in this country world parley, announci tl at •i that the W.orld I i ingress rould ipen at • !ene> a oi Augu t 8th and continue until Aii-n-: 1 Ith. Senator William E. Borah of Idaho, former chairman of thi Senate Foreign Relations Commits e, headed the members of I e Senate endorsing the efforts ol Jews to defend their elementary rights through a body of international co-operation Such as the World Jewish Congress. Other Senators who approved of the World Congress wenCouzens of Michigan, Van Nuys of Indiana, Capper of Kansas, Sheppard of Texas, Coolidge of Massachusetts, E. I). Thomas of Utah, E. Thomas of Oklahoma, King of Utah, Pope of Idaho, Schwellenbach of Washington, Walsh of Massachusetts and Logan of Kent inky. Members of the House who endorsed the World Jewish Congress were Allied F. Beoter, C. J. Bell, Randolph Carpenter. Peter A. Cavicchia. Walter Chandler, R. E. Church, W. M. Citron, M. A. Dunn. C. G. Fenerty, F. C. Gilchrlst, G. M. Gillette, Dan Gingery, F. IL Gray, C. A. Halleck, S. M. Hamlin, A. D. Heal,y. J. P. Higgins, W. L. Higgins, J. II. Iloeppel. E. A. Kenney, F. C. Knifflin, Charles Kramer, C. K. Lea, William I.emke, D. J. Lewis. Lawrence Lewis, Louis Ludlow, J. W. McCormack, K. S. McKeough, C. F. McLaughlin. J. M. Mead, M. J. Merritt, Schuylcr Merritt, C. I>. Millard, J. P. Monaghan. A. J. Montague. M. T. Norton, Hei ion Pearson, W. M. Pierce. Robert Ramspeck, H. C. Ransley, C. F. Risk, Will Rogers, W. N. Rogers, J. A. Shanley, W. I. Sirovich, A. L SomerS, J. <". Taylor. Chester Thompson and Zebulon Weaver. The American Jewish Congress also announced that Dr. Georg Bernhard, international famous publicist and former editor of the Vossische Zeltung of Berlin, will participate in the Washington conference on June 13th and 14th. Dr. Bernhard, who will be making his first visit here since the advei.l of the Hitler regime, is now an exile in Paris where he edits the Pariser Tageblatt. York iw.v Otto ,\. Rosa -i. • i' iurl o (i eral Sessions, to w hi h he ha i been api %  i bj 11 % %  %  n % %  Hips I! died lie* pi .-a. ital n mi ; ill. II" v.a iii his third ;. 'ur. On rei e v'.nj hi I w : .i.ij oi La Cu irdia orthe flag official i I as a si ;n ol citj wi I mo i ning. Boi n ill New York on l'< c. -1, 1873, of Russianli wish par nts. young Rosalsky recei ed his education in city's | ublic school and ill n studied law at the New York University Law School, from which he was graduate I in In 1 S'.lT he joined the Staff of tin N. Y. District Attorney, but returned to private practice the following year, continuing until in 1906 he was appointed to the Gi neral Sessions bench, the youngest man ever to have received such an appointment. In 1906, 1920 and 1934 he was re-elected to this juridical post, for terms of l-l years • ach. In 1901 Judge Ro.-alsky married Bessie Simon of Brooklyn, who died in 1932. In August, 1936, he reman ed Mrs. Mamie F. Snitkin, widow of Municipal Court Justic Leonard A. Snitkin, with whom he had long been acquainted because of their common interest in | ailanthropic affairs. Judge Rosalsky was long prominent in philanthropic, religious and communal activities, and on his 50th birthday a special fund of over $500.00(1 was raised by New York Jews to be devoted to the advancement of Jewish religious instruction under the auspices of the Jewish Education Association. He was a member of the Grand Street Boys' Association, active in activities of Elks and Masons and contributed generously of both time and money to Zionist and other philanthropic drives for funds. Miami Delegates To Be Elected masonry stands upon a foundation of God's Fatherhood and man's brotherhood. Its sympathy goes out to all who suffer at the hands of those who do not share our faith in God and His eternal justice." At a meeting attended by leading members of the Jewish organizations of Greater .Miami the World Jewish Congress, to be held at Geneva in August of this year, was unanimously indorsed. An elections committee was named consisting of Messrs. Harry Simonhoff, J. Louis Shochet and Rabbi David 1. Rosenbloom, with full power to arrange for the selection of two delegates and alternates to the National Conference at Washington, D. C, on June 18th. Those nominated at the time of going to press are Rabbi Max Shapiro, Harry Simonhoff. Harry I. Lipton, Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. William Taradash and Benjamin E. Bronston. Organizations or individuals who desire to make additional nominations are "Solidarity" B) II Htt IG I I.W ISOHN This column i-copj ri. hted bj the Seven Vrti I • iture Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or in part -i ictlj I n bi Idi n. An) infringemenl on ,: copyright will |... pro: ecuted. 'I h %  nous end"' %  i alent which thi / %  me given to the World Ji vish i %  n gre i"ii of thi bi is 'it spoU n the othe %  i ntiy depressing Jewish scene. It rai i the hope thai I I :ed people may conceivably come to its sons,, gome day. Whatever hesitation I once had in endorsing the congress movi ment did not proceed from any doubt of its usefulness or rather, its necessity, as u matter of principle. Not at all. It sprang from the fear that it would be merely another movement, another organization or organism and not, as it should be, as it must be in order to serve its high and tragically indispensa purpose, the voice of Israel it.f. Now this unanimous endorsement by the Zionist organization brings at least one step nearer the realisation of my hope that the World Congress will be some day the representation of universal, of catholic Israel and thus sum up in itself and bring into vital and effective play the moral power, expressive of the moral solidarity of an undaunted people. • • Let us discuss once more this supremely crucial question of Jewish solidarity. There are two kinds of solidarity. The first kind is the solidarity of savages and pagans. It is the kind of solidarity that the Nazi and Fascist regimes are trying to establish. It means the reduction of men to the status of slaves—slaves in body and slaves in mind—stupidly or hysterically i devoted to so-called leaders who use these masses as generals use i troops on the field of battle, namely, as things, means, instruments, cannon fodder. Even in our own liberal and civilized America th?re jare faint adumbrations of this conception of solidarity in such notions as "party discipline," "my country, right or wrong" ami in a number of empty loyalties to teams, groups, movements—loyalj ties, in other words, that are uncritical in spirit, uninformed in temper, that seek more or less dei liberotely to sink or merge the individual and his value into some mass fired by some slogan. (Continued Next Week) urged to send their nominee's name to any member of the committee in writing within the next five days. A meeting of the elections committee will be held next week to select the delegates an.I alternates who will be named to attend the Washington Conference.



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Political Briefs THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN te senate ran-, Ernest i; Graham, Hialeah dairyman, is rging out front, princi, e he has tossed aside I theories of political bunkm an d is talking to the voters as %  .,, %  to another, fed up „.;,;,, the situation. Advisers early paign told him that the not digest Figures, but n V welcome at meetings through the county indicate that in the public digesting them, ; ul it is enjoying the dish. John ft". Public also likes Graham ... ., t er. Anil he has a rcputanon for wading into something when hi' been told "it can't be lie first heard that in y when he told friends he was going to make a living in il. %  glades. "Can't do it." they o Graham waded in and now M :, 60 employes is carving rj comfortable living from the most prosperous dairy farms in the section. Tip-off on liia increasing strength in the senate campaign is that other candidates arc beginning to adjust their run-sights <>n Graham's candidacy. Won ai comptroller of the Btate of l ; "" l: on the record he established in office since his lection in 1932. Mr. Lee said: -| hav. : 1 "' 1 every promise made whin I aspired i„ the office in 1932, My record of accomplishments is one thai I am proud of." His many friends point to the fad that liquidation of the defunct banks of the state has been a eomplished with a minimum of expense, and dividends have been paid none was evei expected Mr. Lee has a long record of public icrvi •< %  A native of Georgia, he sei .v,| in Irwin County as county cammissioner and judge. He ame LO Florida in 1923 and in 1925 bi came prosecuting attorney for Highlands County. He served in the legislature during the 1927, 1929 and 1931 sessions. Mr. Lee has devoted his entire time to the duties of his office and has not tried, as have other officais, to build up political machineat the expense of the taxpayer. Mr, Le asks that the voters studj th onls and they will then vote i i his re-election. Page Seven i resident Irving Moss. All members of Cong. Beth El and Wenda are requested to attend the unveiling of a monument for the late Morris Tessler, to be held Sunday morning, May iTih, at 10:30. Dr. Kleinfeld will officiate. ; unveiling of a monument for the late Mrs. II. Gold will take place Sunday morning at 10:30, Dr. Kleinfeld officiating. Members of Cong. Beth El and friends are requested to attend. dred guests from different parts of the state. Interesting short talks were given by B. .1. Cohen, president of Congregation Ohev Sholem; Harry Kanner and others. Among the out-of-town guests were Messrs. A. L. and T. <;. Erlich of Leesburg, Mr. and .Mrs. il. Krlich of Crescent City, Mr. and Mrs. II. Friedlander and family of lake Wales, Air. and .Mrs. B. Spilky of Mt. Dora. Miss Helen. Ben and Emanuel Krlich, sister and brothers of the bride. the (ailing Hotel, and proved one of the most brilliant (•vents ever given by the organisation. Invocation was offered hy Isaac I'eiser, following which a silent prayer was offered in memory of Mrs. Nellie S. Wineman, recently deceased. Messages of greeting were read from Dr. Israel I.. Kaplan, rabbi of the temple, and from Joel Richard, president of the congregation. Beth Israel Sisterhood sponsored JacksOIlvillp NPWJ n card party Tuesday afternoon .a •** Bwmu 11CTVt> 'hi home of Dr. and Mrs. li. H. er, with .Mrs. Blicher as hostTnt annual Hadassah donors following the card.-, refreshbanquet, culminating the give-ands were served. earn campaicn, was held Wednesday evening, May I3th, in Calling Hotel. ELECT St. Petersburg News K. ft". I Hub) Ralston, city councilman of Miami Beach for the past four years, is now a candidate for as county commissioner in District •'! of Dade County. Mr. Balsti'i. came to .Miami 2f> years ago and has earned a splendid reputation as one of the constructive developi i and builders of the county. He buit Miami's first sky. the Ralston building, in 1918. He has been a nvmber of the firm of Ralston & Harwood for the past eight years. His friends i his record in public and life as the reason for his election tu the office of county 11 T. Speaking to a large and interested %  : idience in Bayfront Park Wednesday evening, Judge Raleigh Petteway opened his Dade County campaign with a stirring address whin he strongly denied the ac%  SI n of being controlled by the Sholtz ichine. "1 did not vote for ither primary, nor have 1 unnection, nor will I have, 'ith tl present administration. I understand the governor has announci il himself a candidate for e oi United States senator, which will give the people of Florida in opportunity to shout at him if they want to, and you have my permission." Judge Petteway emphasized the he was definitely opposed >o the slot machines, and his first set as governor would be to repeal 'his law from the statutes. He also stated that if elected governor he would not appoint any member n! the legislature or senate, composing the law-making body of tate, to any office, stating that wat opposed to the two-job practice of the present administration. ln speaking of the homestead ex. Mnption, Judge Petteway stated that he stood for the exemption of h '"'up to $5,000, not only for hi ids of families, but for ndows and unmarried persons as well. ,n speaking of the school prof ram Judge Petteway said: "I am W. Cecil Watson, now county commissioner for Hade County in District %  ". is a candidate for the office of clerk of the criminal court of record. Mr. Watson has established an enviable record for efficiency and ability in public office during several terms as county commissioner, one of which he served as chairman of the county commission. During his long residence in Dade County Mr. Watson has been active in all civic, fraternal and communal activities and has given of his time to various movements, including the Boy Scout movement in Florida. His many friends, gained by his devotion to the interests of citizenry and taxpayers, point to his record oi' achievements in the past, his honesty and ability as reasons why he should be elected clerk of the criminal court of record. They point out that Mr. Watson, because of the knowledge of administration of public affairalready established as being his, will be able LO administer the affairs of the clerk's office honestly and efficiently, and that only by his election will the taxpayer-' interests be protected. Rev. and Mrs. R. Weisman of Bridgeport, Conn., announce the marriage of their daughter, Rae, lo Mr. Isadore Schuster of Treasure Island, Sunday, May 10th, in New York. The couple will make their home at .Mitchell Beach after .May 20th. The annual luncheon and closing session of the Temple Sisterhood, with Mrs. L. P. I.ippman, president, graciously presiding, took place in the main dining loom of Credit is due Mrs. S. Fevelyn, president of the Young Judea Council, on her able assistance for the successful moonlight outing on the Moonglow over Tampa Bay. All had an enjoyable time. Friends and relatives of Mr. H. Herman are glad to hear of his recoverv. R. B. Chastain, constable of district 1. is a candidate for re-election to the office. He is a native of Gainesville, Ga., and came to Milami in 1919, when he engaged in the building material business, representing the O'Neill Block Co. and the Cheely Lumber Co. In 1932 he became constable and established a reputation for efficiency and courtesy in office. Recently he married the former Miss Dixie Herlong, one of the most popular figures in local Democratic circles. West Palm Beach A special meeting of Cong. Beth El was held at the home of the Orlando Notes Mrs. Sally Sargeanl entertained Monday night. May llth, at the Municipal Auditorium with a kiddie floor show. Master Buddy Berger acted B8 master of ceremonies and received much applause for his interpretation of the role. The Berger twins. Thelma and Barbara, participated in a personality song and acrobatic number iring the rong "We Saw the Fleet." N'exl Monday night the Beiger twins will be in an BCI'Obatii tap and toe dance number at Mrs. Beasley's recital at the auditorium. The Temple Sistethood sponsored a bridge May 13th at the home ot Mrs. George Harris. Hostesses With Mr.-. Harris were Mrs. Ben Ore nberg an I Mis. Solon Klepper. This was the last benefit bridge of the season. The wedding of Miss June Krlich, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. M. Erlich of Jacksonville to Mr. A. II. Harvey of Jacksonville was solemnized at the residence of Rev. B. Safer on Sunday, May llth. Rev. Safer performed the ceremony and spoke on the responsibilities of life in the Jewish home. A dinner was served for approximately one hunfor the program sponsored by the Rorida Education Association. He stressed the need for econ'"">' in government. Headquarters for the Dade Coun. V I'ett.way for Governor Club are twelfth floor of the Con-'"building. Comptroller J. M. Lee is now actively ci 'mpaigning for his re-elecI WISH TO THANK TDK PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY FOR THE CONFIDENCE THEY HAVE SHOWN IN ME BY NOMINATING ME TO THE OFFICE OP JUSTICE OF THE PEACE District No. 1 WITHOUT OPPOSITION I an. topi) appreciative of this compliment and will endeavor U, continue ... conduct myself and the affairs of th.s off.ee so as to merit the continued confidence of the people of Dade County. HENRY L. OPPENBORN JUSTICE OF THE PEACE District Number One (Paid Political Advwttaomtntl R. W. (BOB) RALSTON Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No. 3 I promise an efficient administration of the affairs of the con nly. W. CECIL WATSON CLERK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD (Paid Political AdvertiMmantJ William C. Hodges "Homestead Bill" Submits His Candidacy for GOVERNOR of Florida To Ihe People of This State Subject to Democratic Primaries HODGES is opposed to a Sales Tax and all other nuisance taxes. HODGES favors: Old Age and Mothers Pensions—$5.00 Automobile Taps—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 Senlte 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 State, urging the people to ratify the Amendment. (Paid Political Advertising)



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I THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ;•• al mmunal life, has and in %  Kave charg Friday. Ma} |:,. ia !in, Mickey Lubel, PI Berkowfo I'. '• %  Silverman, .-| p Rose and Arthur I: Four to he named i • the following Group B candidate • rm o{ %  vo y> an T. the boi %  "• %  *<* Apte, Mor Bi f"., where u tally large at' i.A %  • I ;, Berl hi • ice in M • i '.hievening %  rry Shulman, Moe Jules Wilson, li. Sullh Max Ri ng %  ic is invited tend. M .. The enfeld, Ralph Grot %  I will hold ii sino, Ft. Li Ma;.' ; del, Al Gn ssman, S Harry Schwartz, Han F • s ton Friedmai Frank I; j A %  for offic. and were *. Arthur Blott, I. ions that will r Al Reismai L it Wednesday in >' : Group C, thre • to be singing %  : i ', ri Pallot, Joe '" f '"" a 'crni of year to kin .... •: layed I i .. tl for !: %  Seig president, the board, Lou Safer, Davis Lack, •, -. Milton awita, Bernard Su %  \\ \ i ins nousl; I Jewish Conferei Geneva thi %  Miami Jewish Orthodox 1 i %  • • : 1 %  • .; j Optner, tit of ffi If ai <• Bun d at ;• meeting Lad Au ft! Lau In the L %  ;. Miss Bl tt ii Arthur Schwartz, Harry Rose, F i: %  secretary, A1 Grossman, Ben Serkin, r::i San Seil nk Rose and Pete Wilson, Sidney Segal, Jo Davfc, Silver II a r r y Louis Safan, Sam Shindel, Arthur Seitlin and Harry > {l ""Sam Seitlin, Mickey Lubel, npleted foi th< "Hui | % %  %  the for the purpo t %  ng 1 inds for tl and Poland. Tl evenl Id al Odd Fellows Hall, N. VV. S 'cond Ave, %  ng, May 171 ck when .-, del I %  • %  %  erved at a i %  ina •. Mr. Harry I. Lipton, • attoi nej and communal will be the guesl %  pe ik r, A musical and dramatic program will bi i tented during the % %  public is urgi %  I Amoi named to tl 1 %  I i Joseph M. Fine, : liamian and •rkt-r. He will al N. VV. N'orl River D • Flaglei Stn %  • A of the fines) will be on hand for thgai firm. The patronage of ihe • community will l • a•!. Blumin. i ..-. • named to the Nat amct ar| d Harry Blumi g list: Can• •: f its lates for g ip A, term of efit of its tors Alvin nn. Annual elections to >., %  • Wi dnesday in June. evening, M %  I Si Prizes rill t i for his ores ind Grossma Sid• -. -•-. A R senfc-ld. Ja %  ~ Shindel, Bei a is, Al Ri [ %  I .• %  M %  Seil i e Talmud Torah aiul Sunday Si h ids of tha Miami J thodox Congregation will hold it, annual picnic at the LaOlas C. sino. Ft Lauderdale, on Sunday, May 31st nents have been completed ftr the forma! installation the re nl ly electe i officers of the Btth I avid Sist< rhood to bt I 5ui lay, Maj 17th, at 6:J0 P. M. o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall. Mr-. Sadye 'i. Rose will be toastmistress and Mrs. M. Fine, a past president ganization, will be the in1 officer. Mrs. Max Shapiro will deliver the invocation. The Idres • v ill be given bj Max Sha| ii of I he congregation. Rabbi U Jai ob II. Kap''" %  '' %  •' %  ; ". having been chosen Ian of Temple Israel will pronounce %  i th the i tion. In charj of arrangemenl committee com %  Mrs, Hyman N. Levy ing if Mesdames Marry Oliphant, ~ ;i "' laj • %  visit fiendS. G. Rose, Meyer Schwartz, I.. J. Camp Wohelo in Hartz, J. Kngler, Sam Wiessel and Washington and PittsStanley C. Myers. The publi i, Pa. Thej spcnl the entire invited to attend and are urged to Bwidf/teb %  AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOL 4 *****. %  .;5iJ*:„.J&.. I tasoi ii Miami. A %  >gulai mi et ing of I he Tam"j i ila Pool Young Judea Club will be held tomorrow, Satur. day. May |6th, at 2 P. M. o'clock at the home of Edith Shier, 1434 N'. VV. First St, An interesting proi be presented and Jewish Book Week will !.<• dis%  ed. Plans for a hike will be %  • %  Refreshments will be • ved. Tiepublic ireque ti A attend. make bei ol % %  i n'\t\ any mem imn ittei Mr. and Mrs. B. Handle are now ated in their n> w home. 169 N. VV. Twenty-fourth -t.. to which thej moved last week from their former home. Motherwere guests of honor at the costume program presented by Junior Hadassah Monday night in celebration of Mother's Day. Those taking part included Miss Belle Tannen, Indian mother; Miss PaulThi Senior Council of Jewish ine Lasky, early American mother; Women will hold an all-day picnic Miss Rose Farkas, Chinese mother; Sunday, Maj 17th, beginning at 10 Miss Ida Safer, "Russian mother; A. M. at the Oceanic Gardens. AdMiss Beck Nash, Jewish mother; mission will be 60 cents, which will Miss Charlotte Davis, Palestinian include hmcheon. A program of mother. Miss Kuth Bushel] supgames for children and adults have plcmented the Betting with piano been arranged to make the day interludes. very interesting for all who attend. Miss Sylvia Rayvis, president, The committee in charge is urged extended greetings, and Miss liana to meet at the home of Mrs. Isidor Mack gave the invocation. In Cohen Saturday, May loth, at 2 charge of the program was Mrs. P. M. o'clock when final plans will Murry Grossman. Miss Ida Engbc completed. The public is urged ler gave a reading, "Mother's to attend the picnic. Day." Mrs. Sydney L Weintraub was guest speaker. Violin selecClosing exercises for the Sunday tions were played by Miss Evelyn School of the Miami Jewish OrthoKane, accompanied at the piano by dox Congregation will l>e held at Miss Frances Kane, the Synagogue, 1545 8. w. Third Refreshments were served. GREYHOUND LINES FOB CORRECT BUS INFORMATION r>L r 10 in All. NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM *He O-IolZ GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave. & Fifth St. as snow 16.75 Take Burd.ne's tip for summer comfort—and get into Palm Beach suits! They hold a press longer-and tip the scales hardly at all. You needn't limit yourself to white eitherwe ve plenty of cool tans and greys to suit every man. Bl RDINES MENS SHOPS. STREET H.OOR