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The Jewish Floridian ( May 22, 1936 )

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wJewish Fllaridliai m .% 21 com^a r/he JhBwiiSilh lUiniHty P9 Ml \'i!. FLORIDA. K.!!I)\V. \i u -•?.. I MI, Price Five Cent The World's Window ••Solidarity" Bj 11 DWIG LEWISOHN This I'olumn is copyrighted liy the Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or iii imri strictly forbidden. Any infringement 'on this copyright il! be prosecuted. [Continued from Last Week) Now Jewish solidarity can never | H that kind of solidarity and ought [rot to be that kind. We are an I iple and a people of individI am sometimes almost (tempted to say we are a people of Mcentrics—of men and women with an initial prejudice against any I center and in flight from any cenIter. And so in view of our inIcomparably menaced situation in Ithtworld and of our incomparably instant need of solidarity as a mat. Iter, truly and literally, of life and |"!eath—in view of that, it is of the st importance for us to rememI ber to know, inwardly to learn the [it that there is another kind of i.ida ity, a democratic solidarity, la solidarity which, by what it is, Ibreaks up and may ultimately del-truy the solidarity of the slaves | within the new slave states. This llidarity is the voluntary co-opleration of free men. It is the critical emphasis for specific necesII 01 common goals; it is the [voluntary abstention from overemphasis mi that which divides and [the equally voluntary emphasis on %  that which unites a given group [ ion necessary purpose in | %  ir of history. We are being shown a very Irreat example of that high and civ. ( of solidarity by the (French people this week and this >' %  The Front populaire, which | irell in retrospect be seen tor which saved contiKui pe from hopeless Berlin, this Front populaire | %  being by the voluntary a common purpose of all -, partii of France wing il< mocrats and through all the shades democracy to and inI %  powerful communist %  of these groups hav< iir spec ific ideolog %  -; riven up their ultimate ; .c.l have .. cr• %  i %  obj '. %  i fascism. For hat unless they gain Live thoy will all be deI ail their specific hopes I i ultimate a ms .il to an indistinguisha od and dirt ":. is clear. The lesson n itself into every JewWith a flame of lire. we save ourselves as a peo; '"•"" branch or wing or party of M peopl will be able to live and F QI >etion and work toward the real** %  of its ideals. For the en""""'" and destruction of the (Continued on Page 7) Cemetery Chapel Is Dedicated Several hundred guests atl >nded the formal cornerstone laying in the chapel at the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. The building was erected by the Sisterhood of Chesed Shel Ernes, which originally conceived the idea of purchasing a Jewish cemetery because of the growing needs of the community. The cemetery is now owned by the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, of which the Sisterhood is a constituent member and its Auxiliary. Mrs. Terry Stein presented Mr. .1. Louis Shochet, who presided. Addresses deeply appreciative of the important event in local Jewish affairs were made by Rabbi Julius Washer, Rabbi .Max Shapiro and Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. Mr. 1. L. Mintzer, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, presented Mr. Manuel Rippa, founder of the organization and prime mover in the erection of the chapel, with a (Told medal in appreciation of services rendered. Mr. A. Junkin, treasurer of Woodlawn Cemetery, delivered a Congratulatory address. Mrs. isidor Cohen, president of the Sisterhood, expressed the thanks of the organisation to the building committee and to those who worked in the organization since its inception. A rising vote of thanks was extended to Mr. A. Kaplan under whose direction actual building of the chapel was made. Taking part in the musical program were Cantor Boris Schlachman, Cantor Louis May-man. Cantor Maurice Mamches and Mr. M. Marcus. Following the formal part of the ceremony the honor of laying the cornerstone was awarded to Mr. Jacob Becker and Mrs. Rachel Becker, Ins wife. The laying of the cornerstone 'hen followed, with Mr. and Mrs. Man uel Rippa assisting. Hazkoro was te, for departed m< mbers of the organization and for Mr. M. /ion. first president of the Chesed Shel Ernes. R< fresh nents were served in the nee.chapel following the < %  < remonies. ["he bui! tains ai offii n I '"'" %  hara" r iom an an au litoi ium for We are in receipt of the lowing %  i esl from the Palestine Fruit Products Co. I I I., ihe largest canning facto j :Mi -line, transmitu i Ihr. ugh Ihe Zionist Organization of America: "Wc need one otwo female workers with •• %  %  .,,„! e xperiei %  canned grapefn il > %  pedal!) with several years' expedience in the so-called 'sectii izing of grapefruit'." We feel that this is a glorious opportunity of Beeing Palestine aid helping in the actual rebuilding of our homeland. Those interested are urged to communicate with The Jewish Floridian immediately. Jewish Leader Dies Suddenly London (WNS-Palcor Agency) Dr. Xahum Sokolow, honorary president of the World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency for Palestine, who was president of thesi bodies from 1931 to 1985, 1 1 i suddenly at the age of T.">. io wn as the dean of Hi r \ ture and also as one of the foremost diplomats and scholars of the Jewish pepie in modern tim<.-, Dr. Sokolow was one of the three principal Jewish figures at '.he Paris Peace Conferenci. who helped not only in obtaining for the Jewish people the right to re-establish the Jewish National Home in Palestine, but also aided in drawing up various minority clauses protecting Jews in European countries as part of the post-war settlelli'. his. hi th com se of his ins llni ughoul the world in .'' ntei i Sts of the Zionist movement, he had conferences with the leaders of virtually every nation. In !"iT he met Pope Benedict XVI. At the time of his death he was active as director of the l .i i of Culture and Education wh h was created by the \\ oi Zioi i i li ganizati n at i: %  in Lucerne, in Sepi,eml i i 1861 in Wy.' %  .. Polan i. I,aui upon a lit rary carei r n i ith.h? became editor of ira," a We rcw pelt v his work • • .! %  I n %  nielli nalism." e w ote in mmerable i %  %  .His Zioi n ," a "ty on ibject. 1 lr. Theodoi Herzl • %  m line of ih • W n d Zi tfi aticn. When Dr. H irzl died, Sokolow became the g< i if ie World Zionist Organization at Cologne in 1906. In that year he also founded "Haolthe Zionist Hebrew weekly. which is now published in Jerusalem, and of which he was the editor at the time of his death. His political career began as eariy as 1909 when he joined David Wolffsohn, then World Zi< hist Jews to Observe Congress to Meet Shvuoth Holiday In League Hall Shvuoth will be ushered in at Beth David Congregation Tuesday evening at 6:80. Wednesday morning services begin at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach on "The Message of Sinai ... Is It Appealing?" William Slater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Slater, will be Bar Mitzva and will deliver an address. Following the services the parents will he hosts to the Worliipers at a reception in the Talmud Torah. Thursday morning Yizkor or Memorial services will be observed following a sermon byRabbi Max Shapiro on "If a Man Die Shall He Live Again?" At the Thursday morning services Howard Schwartz, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz., prominent in the communal affairs of this area, will become Bar Mitzva. He will read the entire portion of the law and speak in English. A reception will follow the services in the Talmud Torah Hall. Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant all the services of the holiday. NEW YORK (WXSi The Assembly Hall of the League of Nations Buiding will be the scene f the opening session of the World Jewish Congress in Geneva, Switzerland, on August Nth, according to a decision of the organizing committee for the World Jewish Congress made public here by the American Jewish Congress. Election of European delegates to the World Congress has been set for July 5th. Dr. Nahum Goldmann, representative of the Committee of lewish Delegations; Dr. Mordecai Nurok, chief rabbi of Latvia; Dr. Leon Kubowitzki, secretary of the organizing committee, and Dr. M. Kramer of Roumania are now touring the various countries of Europe in the interests of the World Jewish Congress. Shvuoth services at Beth Jacob Synagogue, Miami Beach, will be ushered in Tuesday night at 6:80 o'clock. Wednesday morning servicea begin at 8:30 A. M. when Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will preach on -The Torah as the Ideal of Life." Thursday morning Yizkor or Memorial services will be observed preceding which the Rabbi will in-each on "Lest We Part." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the liturgical portion of he services. Shvuoth services will be ushered in at the .Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Tuesday evening at 6:30. Wednesday morning services begin at '.> o'clock when the Rabbi will preach on "Law, n the Mount." Thursday morning "Yizkor" or memorial services will be e I. preceding which Rabbi Julie Washer will preach on "Ruth An Idyll of F alty." The ivil It nd. on a missii n to C mstantino] i u in" the pi -w i -. w i it-war %  A .I I i an of Dr. Chaim In 1! -. elected ; ive. i if tl ve W irid 1 %  pre ident of in and J 1931. Specializing in iphy and modi n lai u nti ibuted to the lea ling Eu 'opean journals in vai ious IanHe could read and write in Hebrew, Yiddish, Engli h, I Ru -ian. French Greek, Italian, German and other languagi s. His versatility could be seen in the fact that he wrote a geography, a primer of self-instruction in English and a biography of Spinoza. Influential in developing Zionism in Eastern Kuiope, Sokolow was called to London at the outLee Replies To Charges Tallahassee, May 20.—(Special) Two circuit judges elected in Dade County passed approval on the reorganization sale of the Dade County Security Company, State Comptroller J. M. Lee told an enthusiastic crowd in the City Park Wednesday night, pointing out that the court record bears witness that Judge Trammell swore he signed the order shortly after dinner, a week or ten days after the matter had been laid before him. Without referring to the governor by name, the comptroller pointed out that the $59,000 of his notes traded by the liquidator of the Volusia County Bank for $55,000 of Sanford bonds were unsecured notes, with |60,000 in unpaid judgment-, ahead of them. He also stated that the liquidator still holds $50,000 of the bonds and the other |5,000 were sold at "the full cash value." Listing four bank buildings, in Chipley, Daytona, New Smyrna and Orlando sold to banking institutions in each town and eight spittoons sold to Ed Ball at |6 each, the comptroller said he knew of no other transactions between his latoi I uP nteresl Lee told his hearers he had permit! id th of rribu • tak • a on pleti inv< stigation of bank liquidations in Dade, Volusia Hillsborither count i a and that a two-weeks' probe the correspondent had written in his advising I was pi he "has been led astray in preparation of some of his campaign depth bombs." eal: of the war to undertake diplomatic contacts. He succeeded in seeming ihe support for Zionism of the leading European diplomats, lie is credited with some share in securing the Balfour Declaration. He made numerous visits to the United States, as to other countries, to help raise funds for Palestine upbuilding.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 22 Closing exercises for the Sunday school of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be held Sunday evening. May 24, beginning at 8 o'clock at the Synagogue, under the direction of Rabbi Julius Washer. Participating in the program will be Lawrence Feinberg. Phyllis Shulman, Evelyn Rosenthal. Harold Berlcowitz. Norton Pallott, Leitor Gleichenhaus, Eunice Roberts. Leta Aronowitz and LouiAronowitz. Prize. Aii: be awarded for scholarship during the past term. A musical program will be provided and refreshments will be served by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the congregation. ei SOCIETY P Wasman are asked to unveiling of a tombstone memory Sunday, May 24th attend the p. m. at Temple Israel Woodlawn Cemetery. | >.. Kaplan will officiate. to hi, at 2:3o Plot of %  Jacob H. Mia. Ida Eng'.er. 1637 S. W. 11* n.. a: 8 o'clock. Announcement wUI be'made as to the election of offiecrs for the coming year. Memire asked to attend so that a final check-up may be made for the annual May Day dancrecently. A social hour will follow the business meeting. Junior Hadassah will hold an informal meeting and social Monday evening, May 25th, at the home of Rally 'Round WM. C. HODGES HOMESTEAD BILL" CANDIDATE FOR Governor HODGES, because I far ahead, hat • viciously slan• i by the usual ajje-old sickening dirt spread by the esai rial politician ami because HODGES led the fight for maasei of the people to get taxes iff their homes and 10 kill the sales tax. The "big in%  its" don't want HODGES because he stands tlly for old age and mothers' penand because HODGES' fight for the taxhomes made these "special interests" shoulder their proper part of the tax burden, if the voters recognize past service to the average citizen by rallying to his banner, this leader of the masses, known for his "past performances" instead of "political platf o r m promises" can win in the first primary. Help Yourself. Your Family. Y'our Home, Y'our Schools by Helping HODGES! The Poor Man's Friend (Paid for by Kri.no. 1 HODGES' The Ladies Auxiliary of the Welfare Bureau is sponsoring its annual picnic on Sunday. June 14. at Bouche's Villa V< the proceeds to be used for the welfare work of the organ.I Full detail? will appear in ar. early issue. Thelrr.a G firm;.: a Au8 lander. Beverly C hen. Jack Harriet Palm< erar.tz. Helen P ick. S : Boris '. %  :' Beth Davi I Choi of Cantor Ka: M 11 .-. Bureau will be held at the It president, Mr. Stanley Monday. June 1, at 8 p. M. annual reports of the ill be presented and .: matters will be members are asked • y a LI Mr. Harry Zukernick. prominent member of the Jewish attorneys of this area, left for a month's busiand pleasure trip to New York. Mr. a:ii Mrs. I. L. ineni mmu area, will I legs for W mi n at '1 Mis: Mintzei '• • Mr. Gi Oliphant of Brook'. \ rived here to attend : his grandson, Howar rtz. Mr. Oliphant is the of Mrs. Meyer Mr. Harry Oliphant •;.. He is the guest of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. r Schwartz during Btaj here. ate Israel G. Sun.-Mon.-Tuts.. Ma) 21-25-26 Clark Gable— Charles Laufatei Edward G. R ( >binlin .Miriam Hopkins—Joel McCm BARBARY (OAST / tN AVENUE Sun.-Mon.. Ma) 24-23 Clark Cable Charles I.auKhtun MUTINY ON THE HOINTY Mrs. Rebecca Shaff announce = • engagement of her daugl iye, to Mr. Martin Mill of Mrand Mra. S. Miles of Newark, N. J. The wedding will be Jui e. The bri le daughter of the late Max inent pioneer 1 %  a. and habeen active in thi younger Jewish %  of Greater Miami. A mi : the late Nahum • %  '•"• noted author, diplomat and leader in world Jewry will be held on Tui I, at Beth Jacob Synagogue. Ral ; i Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan, David I. Rosenbloom, Juland Max Shapiro will participate. Mr. Harry I. I.ipton will preside. Local cantors will iSandf/iek AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOl **i*m 1 ETHEL MINTZER in educat intone the Memorial Prayer. Ad-, in mat hematics ai made in English, sh and Hebrew. Full details will be announced in our next issue. gvagi s. Ethel was • ular members in the •lew:1 11 rity at 1 hi Beth David Synagogue will obx ,. x Sunday, Ma) 24, Betl serve the confirmation exercises of Dav |j TalmU(J T ,. i: ... its Sunday school Thursday eves(hoo| wil hold jtg annua ; ning, May 28, at B o'clock when a at the La!i QJ W Casino. Ft Laudla-wil! be confirmed^ and the er la i e Thost not ha members of the Teachers' Training po rtati<.n are asked to class will receive their diplomas. Synagogue not later than '.' A. M. Kabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the Games will be played and principal address with officers of awarded to the winners. In charge taking part. Prizes will be award. of arrangements 1a .-d for s holarship and attendance, consisting of Mesdames -I. i Those in the Teachers' training chairman; S. C. Myers, liar". Oliclass who will receive certificates phant, Harry Markowitz, Jack Palare Kannie Pollock. Helen Syman, lott, I.. Hartz and A. Rayvis. Ethel Pont, Melvin Weinkle, Molly Engler, Eadie Feinberg, Sol Selby, An important meeting of th.Dolly Selby, Roy Mechlowitz and Board of Directors of the .1 A .-• r A %  #*— ***a^*** ELECT JAMES J. MARSHALL SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION for Dade County And insure the elimination of politics from the schools Capable and Efficient 'I'.."l Political Kiv. by Kricnd* of %  Urn*. J. Marahall) M* ****,*> GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BU8 INFORMATION >L r Tom ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM ITL O-loli GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave. & Fifth 8t. Pick yourself a new printed DRESS Ciiff on, Cr epc or Sh eer 13-95 h ers and chiffons tailored with assjrance: monotones with tiny white 1 fo.ming small checks ... or five ol fower Prints ... for town and travel 1 Sizes 12 to 44. BUDGET SHOPS BKCOND KI.OOR CEREMONIAL ACCESSORIES For home and synagogue Book Shop, Fourth Floor



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Friday, May 22, V.m wjewisti Florid fan I'LOWDASONLY fltWISM WKOLY PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY br the JKWISI1 KLOKIDIAN 1'UBLISHING CO P. O. Bu 27I ewa Tuwor Bldg. Miami, Ha. l. h Jlie 2 5 304 EDIT0K1AL OH ICtS: ,,, g w l"h A,e u PhoM 2-11,1 J. LOUIS SHOCIIKT, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Uanattr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACIIMAX Field Representative THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three „ accond etaM m.U.r July 4, 1980 nt th* Poon, chief motor vehicle inspector for Miami district, who resigned recently to become a candidate for supervisor of registration in the June Democratic primaries, is waging a very active campaign throughout the county. Prior to coming to Miami from Jacksonville in 1923, Van Loon was engaged in the real estate business. He was appointed chief deputysheriff in 11126, holding that position until 1929. He ran for supervisor of registration four years ago and was defeated by the present incumbent. Van Loon is a Mason, a Shriner and a Knight of Pythias as well as a member of the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Young Democratic Club, the Izaak Walton League and the Methodist Church. on his record established during bis twenty-year business career in Dade County and the history of accomplishments he made during the ten months he served as tax collector, prior to his being relieved of the office by the governor, he has stated during his campaign addresses, Political Briefs Constable George B. Hardie of the Third District, comprising :•: : %  : Southwest Miami, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove sections of this area is now serving his eighth year in X : %  : % %  %  %  • %  '• %  %  this capacity. He is a candidate One of the most active in the for re-election and points to his field of candidates for governor is record of efficiency, courtesy and B. F. Paty. Paty hails from West service as the reason for his being Palm Peach, and is well-known all re-elected to the office which he over the state. first assumed in 1928. lie is a Mr, Paty's platform iexpressed I native Floridian and a resident of i„ the lei' words. He condemns this area for the past 30 years. -!,.• Machine-. wa„ithe poll tax. He is married and lias one son. He as : prerequisite to ballot, abolserved overseas with the Third ished and public utilities regulated;: Division during the World War. abolition of unnecessary board"), •| %  | n ig a cat didate for Answering his opponents, Sheriff D. C. Coleman agreed in an address that crime has a direct effect upon real estate. Then he pointed to the recordbreaking building programs and the rapidly increasing real estate values throughout the county. "These better times augment the assertion of J. Kdgar Hoover, chief of the bureau of investigation of the United States Department of Justice, that crime in Dade County is at a very low ebb," Sheriff Coleman declared at a political rally in the community house of the Wyndwood Park Improvement Association. "I believe that the people of Dade County will not punish a sheriff for being faithful and for giving thcot honest, efficient and faithful service." Strange Facts About Shvuoth middle ages, on Shabuoth, I buy of northern Europe his education. This oc%  when the boy was five or old. At daybreak, he iit to the Synagogue by r or by some pious and i mber of the community. he met his teacher, who him a slate, upon wbieii n the Hebrew alphabet and forward, and also the following three verses: "The % %  u commanded us by Moses is the cueof the Congregation of jcob," and "The Lord called upon Moses, and spake unto him out of lt >e tent of meeting, saying," "'"d "May the Torah be my daily call!" g", and God Almighty my helper." •he teacher then read the names of •he letters, and the boy repeated .b, m. Then the slate was smeared with honey, and the child Was .old to lick it. This was done in order ,„ impress upon him the sweetness ... Torah. The bi s was then riven a cake and an egg upon which were written %  ing the study of the Torah. Ita teacher read those verses, the child .,1 them, and then hi B iven He cake, th< and many good things. ,.. interesting and pictun ue ceremony clearly r. and p 0W erful love of the medieval Jew fo. -I--. that is unl hissing ." t he soul of the modern .lew. The Jew. of M have the following very grange custom on shabuoth: Around Mmcha time, all both adults and children poui ,„„.„,.,, of water over each Other Of co urse. their holiday clothes an ruined let that does no. seen, to worry the Moroccan Jews. The famous King David, according 0 tradition, passed away on commissions, and departments; revision of the taxing system; eonre-election to the offic. of Justice stitutional amendments providing of the Peace, Second District. He for direct election of circuit judge-, slates thai he ha sta e attorneys and county soliciaffa ntrai t. etc. Friends throughoul Florida now ,-eporl thai Sen. William C. "Home record in that lie is the first Justice i £ the Peace in the histi the Stat Floi ida o I a ii urn ol to the 9 tendBiir Hodges is so far in the county. Foi is >;" hiis lead of I i efunded to the county |48i.70. campaign headquarters. Dade County and served for two From Jacksonville it was reyear.as its president. He IS a .,, Hodges will carry Dunumber of the Elks, Shrine, Modby a wide margin. | era Woodmen, Order of the Eastern pOI t ed t I val County Hillsborough County will give him Star, and Junior Chamber of Cm I major portion of the vote, according t.i Tampa advices, and in Dade where a week ago it was thought possible that the presence of three local candidates might result in a badly split-up vote, i nierce. John B. Phelps is a candidate for County Commissioner in District :f. He has lived in Miami and Dade yesterday considered probable I County for the past 17 years, durthat "Homestead Bill" would carry ing which time he has been active Kd R. Bentley, prominent attorney and citrus grower of Lakeland, is an active candidate for attorney general of Florida. Mr. Bentley declared that it would be his purpose to make, the Attorney General's office a real department of justice for Florida. Mr. Bentley has been a life-long Democrat, lie was reared in Texas but came to Florida more than .-. decade ago. He holds a B.A. and I.I..D. degrees anil W88 superintendent of schools and a C( dean of journalism before beginning the practice of law. I!e has served a.president of the Lakeland Bar Association, governor of Rotary in Florida, state commander of the American Legion and inow editor of the Florida Law Journal anil secretary-treasurer of the Florida State Bar Association. He lives with his family on his citrus grove half way between Lakeland and Bartow, but has his law office in Lakeland. He is a member of the Christian Church. a Mason, Shriner and active in civic work, particularly in Boy Scouts, schools and the Children's Home.



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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  a TEMPLE m:'s %  for State S t to Da -' %  %  %  %  fruit! shou %  %  BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DB JACOB H. KAPLAN Ratti uited and had planned to Mr. Lee said: "I deeply regret kke the rounds %  my friends, isan :%  '-incere have ralade and whose made posf my ii : I :'el that -til • i my in%  • trij i." Friday^Mavj^n,,, the State Legislature and~^ signed by Governor Lehman. r measure, which applies to all ,' rochial schools in the state vetoed last year by Governor Ld man because it would it mandatory on all localitiei to furnish free bus service. T.v ent law makes it optii i ... %  %  -. %  %  %  — • %  I Lewis and Hear -: %  %  %  %  • -.--•c Xai SISTERHOOD %  %  • •"'-.! 5 the %  L'sos nt night ii This : I .. yea Pleas rate—help us ; %  %  LA H .,_ .. .. %  • r. M. i -• %  %  t t 8 P. M. .• the entire t. *th. 1M6. HaN ,. f evening, an en Pan %  -: last ;. %  I n; %  '• This is the fourth time during %  _• risting -'" %  %  %  %  The tasl • %  • I -. y %  taxes. ... •; 1 01 1st : ". A : 12:30 P. X! v, Feb. 22 Bin Gar2 1 -'•EJ I'< 1 %  7, Purii P. M. y %  %  : iate of -ity of irney, is a Legislature in • Ij g law, Mr. a princi• in | %  Ii grid grovei nment and st :' the 1,400 • -. which, he %  largely for iting • %  ALBANY. N. Y. (WXS)—Jewish pawill be provided their local U .:' BO deA bill to i A HERN FUNERAL HOME IXCIS AHERX, Pres. 1349 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE FOR GOVERNOR We hei eby anm m iidacy of Hon. Jerrj • l nex; %  they %  nor a senator. B • the .! iend of ma:., and n aki Florida a sane, saf nor Genial Jovial Generous Just .... Capable Sober r riends and Sup] Jerry the Commorer All-Florida Candid ti •' Goveri ELECT W. F. BROWN JUST JERRY because he is a banker. 'Jacksonville's Leading Hoiel RELIGIOUS S( HOOL I by md the prayer given by Ba ret % a 1 %  %  HaShi .'•'. %  an, a y %  %  %  ^JGUST BROS Ry-£ L£" IS the BEST' DR. R. S. AKERS 1764 N. W. 36th St. Mo^ed to New Location DENTIST Cloaed Satgrdars. Ph. 2-2131 White Oak Leather LADIES HEELS 15c HALF SOLES 50c ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 210 N. E. First \\enue Cortez ii l w JACKSONVILLE William D. (Bill) JOYCE Your PURCHASING AGENT (Paid t'.r by a f J FLORIDA CHARLIE 0RINER, v.-.tf. V Jfl ad ^-*! ::-':*! I'd cMe-tj nncnl it l ^i:


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IW Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN West Palm Beach Notes Friday, May 22, 193C Dr Carl N. Herman was elects 1 serve another year as Rabbi for Keth Israel Congregation. Cy Argintan became honorary president for IKAn unusual attendance appeared ,' (he Srhwart/.kopf Hall card rty sponsored by 0. P. Gruner, | ',,„.;.,,N being used in repairing leaky roof i" the rear of the Tem|P>Beth El Sisterhood sponsored lhe ir Mini-monthly card party at ,„. home of Mr. and Mrs. Levine. Prizes were awarded at each table am l refreshments served by the %  St. Petersburg The Judea Council celebrated M oner's Day in the auditorium of the Congregation B'nai Israel with an elaborate program arranged by Mrs. E. M. Weinstein and Mrs. S. Spigle. The following took part: Phyllis Ami Weinstein, Sheila Lynn Rubin, Marilyn Haliczer, Sally Lee Rabin, Rosalie Faulk, Maril Davis, June Spiegle, Lowell Fyvolent, Bnxzie Fyvolent, Lawton Wilkinson. Corrlnne Silverman. Mrs. Leonare Wilkinson accompanied for dances and violin. At the closing of the program Misc Cellia Rubin led in singing. The hostesses were Mrs. Al Rubin, Mrs. Reba Salzer, Miss Cellia Rubin and Mrs. K. S. Fyvolent. pleie bankruptcy impends in the the Democratic Executive CornThird Reich, anti-Nazi forces here milter if the Fifth Congressional have launched a new effort to inDistrict of Florida. tensify the ami-Nazi boycott in Great Britain. Reports in financial circles here indicate that German < conomy has at last reached the breaking point arul a complete crack-up is only a matter of weeks. Informed sources say that the collapse of German economy may be expected in the summer. The renewed boycott activity consists of :i program for distributing ].o(i(l,l)()0 books of matches bearing on the cover the inscription "boycott everything German." The first loo.doii books have already distributed. The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid Society of Congregation B'nai Israel will have their annual picnic next Sunday at Madera Beach. Members and friends are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Haliezer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lobell, Mr. and Mrs. Hermer, and Mrs. May Benjamin in honor of their Mrs. Mersef, who left for New York. Society Tlu annual picnic sponsored last Sunday at the Oceanic Gardens by the Senior Council of Jewish Women was attended by a very large number of residents and visitoi \ Quite a tidy sum was realized. In charge of arrangementwas a committee headed by Mrs. l-idor Cohen. Building Committee of Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood with Cornerstone.—Bottom row: A. Kaplan, builder and contractor; Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Manuel Rippa, Mr. Manuel Rippa, William Blutstein and Mrs. Morris Kotkin. Center row: Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mr-. I. Rosengarten. Top row: Mesdames Terry Stein, M. Blutstein. A. Feldman, Messrs. Sol. Schwartz and Morris Kotkin. Miss Gertrude Shaft chairman of the pin committee. Plans are now being formed for a Scavenger Hunt honoring the birthdays of Miss Nelly.' Shaft' and Miss Greenberg, and the graduation of Miss Anita Cohen. The committee in charge of this affair includes Miss Rose Dubler, Miss Mildred Ruben and Miss Ruthye Bernstein. Miss Shirley Kosenthal was the guest of the evening. The next meeting will be held at the home of Miss Bernstein, 107(i S. \V. Nth St., with Miss Cohen acting as hostess. Daytona Beach Notes At the last meeting of the "Tamar de Sola Pool" Young Judea Club a program was presented to commemorate Jewish hook week. Taking part in the program were Sela Bronston, Dorothy Levin, Claire Malbin, Joy Simonhoff, Marcia Kohl, Fiances Cohen, Rosemond Rubin. Celia Dobrin. EUith Shier and Hortense Beckwitt. The meeting was held at the home of Miss Edith Shier. A community treat is scheduled for this Sunday, May 21, when the local lodge of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a beach social from 11 A. M., all afternoon, at the Lenox Vvenue approach. Each family is to bring its own basket, and drinks will be provided. There are cash prizes for games. Committee in charge are Louis K. Goldman, chairman; Irving Levey and Joseph Rutberg. The public is urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. William Sussman have as their house guest, Mrs. Sussinan's brother, Irving Schmeizner of San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, new president of Beth David Sisterhood, who was installed last Sunday night. The Florida Association of Work. er I i the Blind are sponsoring a benefit luncheon Tuesday, May 26, beginning at noon at the Southern Cafeteria, which is donating a portion of the proceeds to the organization. In charge of arrangements is a i mmittee headed by Mrs. IsL *W Cohen and Mrs. F. A. Battey. The public is urged to attend because of the importance of the work involved. Burnett Roth of Orlando, Fla.. prominent government attorney, announces the opening of law offices in the Seybold building. Mr. Roth attended the grade schools of Daytona Reach and Orlando. Upon graduation he received a Fellowship to New York University where he proceeded to a study of International Law and Finance. At the completion of that work he was appointed Assistant Compliance Attorney with the NBA In New York. He was later transferred to the Legal Division of the Resettlement Administration in Washington. lie is past chancellor of Tau Sp-ilon Phi fraternity; a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary scholastic business fraternity; Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary debating society: B'nai Brith, F.Iks and the Young Democratic Club. He is the -on of llvnian Roth of Orlando, and a brother of Nat Roth, Man Roth and Dan Roth, of Miami anil Miami Beach. British Banks Warned Not to lend to German) As Bankruptcy Impends A popular member of the younger set in Daytona Beach is active in politieal life this season. Miss Mollie Stein has announced as a eaicdidate for presidential elector in Group Five. She is a member of the board of directors of the local Y. W. C. A., and acted as secretary pro tern of iiiHHlilnlimimiiiiiiiiMiitiM liu...iiiii Ill ELECT HAROLD C. COSTELLO ABILITY—HONESTY AN ESTABLISHED RECORD < Paid Politieal AdverttMnMUt) )i:ill)lllltlllllitimilllllllltHIIIIIIIMiltlllllMMIIMHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllltllllHI VOTE FOR SAM W. DAVIS LONDON (WNS) While British banks and insurance companies have received confidential warnings from high government sources w refuse any further credits to Germany and to withdraw as quickly as possible their resources trom that country because comYour County Commissioner District No. 1 r id Political AdvtrtUinnt) | I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Portnoff were Sunday to a group of their Wends at an informal muaicale at their home in Miami Beach. Mr. Portnoff displayed a collection of antique musical instruments am Bve a talk of their history. Miss Evelyn Raff sang several selections accompanied by ManaZucca; Mr. Portnoff played original violin numbers accompanied by Miss Frieda Miller, and Mrs. Portnoff gave vocal solos accompanied •'>' Mr. Portnoff. Members of the Onyx Klub met fuesday evening at the home of Miss Gladys Greenberg. Miss Evely Marks, president, appointed Commissioner District No. 3 "ELECT A BUSINESS I MAN FOR A BUSINESS [ ADMINISTRATION" Paid Political Advertisement) iitiiMiiHiiimiiiiimiiiiiiHimii? W. ROSS BURTON Candidate for JUDGE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD The Lawyers of Dade County Will Tell You! HE'S SQUAREHE'S FAIR— And HE'S QUALIFIED HELP ELECT HIM! Paid Political Advrttomat)



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Friday. May 2S, THE JEWISH FLOMBIAN I Tampa Notes Miss ROM Peretxman : urncd aftei ipea Bag lhe %  %  N-. • \ -. Citj Sin V..-.-... \: %  '.-. S.-. da] afternoon for Baltimore when :? at earn] K. M. .:' %  n left t ..:•... when i M .-. vet and :r.< Page pi, expense of taxpayers of the eon ty. Mr. Rolling has a splendid ,. ord of many years while connect* with th.' Seaboard Air Line Ul way, telegraphic work and busines, world. He ledges that the inter. of the taxpayers, orlftti, will alwayi be th. prime facto, in idministration of the office j at no time will any favoritin purchas Sixi .. sect N..: %  Jewial •'• a: thf Ma) ISi Tampa T< H (el The I V •..* pnset a gift fi ancil Bargei pi prayer a: David AJ mm %  %  at :-•. t t was ma I. t Kas awar. ear i the •" %  • s if %  %  ..-.:%  .• %  %  ... I ..--RE-ELECT .... E f, ,m left % %  righl: Vlo ris Kotkin v.. ,. Al -, %  n. Wolf Cohort. Isidor Cohen, presi., j |r. W : Cohen. enter row : ( harles Mr*. O -• Manii md Mrs. Manuel Rippa. founders ;s Schvartx. R Rabhi Julius Washer. Top row: Mrs. Roseei • and Mn V Political Briefs % % %  %  %  Mi sj : -' V M H. A. NOTM %  .... e r. t I .-• .t %  a'..oe %  ,'.-. Terrew %  -' \ M I %  %  g. ] t featan t a S D. L. Zielonl i %  %  %  %  • it ea he work f tl ... %  v. • %  lipmeni %  • %  N E at< s urge on the Boa the ca %  • %  Mr. Lowrey is i • Beat -.:..---%  %  ed hii • • M is a Knight Ti and HMHK'KLAND CONSTABLE Districl No. 5 %  %  %  %  %  ., tax • M ling ;-.u %  • :'..'< %  I '01 : -. I I %  %  ty %  •. time • ~ %  Vtlant Mortga) years Iren attei ^ • %  .' • .... .. .. I th : a %  .. I ties 1 I % %  %  Tneadaj ELEl I RE-ELECT YOUR CONGRESS.M \\ /<*"-•• %  ti.a-.r.j i&ipector'i department .: distant and a: fen %  %  %  • S : Mn H T-; an :^--i m MargM Sega E -. %  Znbsir -. i Helei Peretxaax E as the S .7 • .".*. %  evenrot %  %  --• th< voten he :>* i %  -. -, „ % % %  Sunday s I .. .i. i • %  ben of tl srj THE VENDlfR AAA HELPS THE MERCHAftfT 50% MERCHANT N. J. BEAVER TO in: School Board in Districl 3 Dade Count} Vnd you ill the interest.I •md taxpaj : m M IA A MARK WILCOX Pensions Not Promises Action Not Words 207 %  r 6 O'I a: .207, MAINTENANCE MAIM LABOR EQUIPMENT, i ETC. OPERATOR I.. ~: ^^V-r'f^-s^ a-.. Tharada] it • Vrrr A M. THAT THE PUBLIC AMY KNOW : I IEN( i M) HONEST!' i i 0. A. ROLLINS YOt K PURCHASING AGENT 24 Purchasing Experience



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Liday, May 22, 1986 Orlando Notes Mr. Dave Falk of Tampa, presiL it of the Merchants' Association r f Florida, presided at the State Leeting which was held in the Orl|amlo Chamber of Commerce buildli'nK Tuesday. Mr. Mack Roth of .ytona, vice president, also attended this meeting. Mr. Ben Cohen returned from a !„.;',, to Philadelphia. Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer, Mr. and I Mrs M. Safer and son, Mr. and Mi-. ,\. •!. Haimovits and daughid.-, Misses Doll and Pearl Safer, Lpent the week-end in Jacksonville The Ladies' Auxiliary of CongreIgation Ohev Sholem held its annual (installation of officers Wednesday Lfternoon at a luncheon at the Iperrydell. An elaborate and enL ..-tuinii"-program was arranged. IV officers installed were Mrs. H. Salomon, president; Mrs. II vice president; Mrs. H. Kottlen in, tn asurer; Mrs. B. J. • ording secretary; Mrs. M. Safer, corresponding secretary. [Mrs. Jo ph Wolfe, retiring presia brief resume of the 01 k. Seventy-five guests led. Mr, ii. Friedlander of Lake ;. \ i.-itor in Orlando Mr. Lipke of Brooklyn, N. Y.. returned home after spending the in Orlando. \l a u r i c e LaBellman returned three-weeks' visit in New %  the Eunice Page Beasstudio were pr< tented I,n the annual spring recital of the lay night at the Municiuditorium. The pupils gave I program of acrobatic, ballet and tap dances in : solo numbers. Elaboimes and colorful Btage were an added attraction. | : taking part in the program i Thelma and Barbara Mi lam and Florence KotI tleman. Stanley Becker, Shirley [Brave man, Carolyn Becker, Edith Marion Hoffman a n d I Phyllis Si well. cacies and punch. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Sam Harris and Mrs. H. Talisman, sister of the bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. ,I a Rosenberg entertained at a beach party recently in their summer home honoring Miss Esther Hackel and their son, Montague Rosenberg, whose marriage was an event of May 10th. Miss Esther Hackel, whose marriage to Montague Rosenberg took place Sunday, was the lovely honor guest at a bridge luncheon by Mrs. Martin Sack. Prises at the tables for holders of high Bcore were hois d'ueuvrcs holders anil were won by Mrs. Joseph Bernstein of Boston, Mrs. Morris Elterman of Nashville and Mrs. William Rosenberg. The president introduced Miss Beatrice Peiser, chairman of programs, who presented Mrs. A. Lee Howell and Prof. William Meyer, pianists, who played several selections. A short business session was presided over by Mrs. I.ippman, who Announced her new executive hoard .or the year, consisting of the following members: Honorary member Mrs. Flora T. Max; religion and museum, Mrs. Sidney J. Brown; religious school, Mrs. Barney Hirschberg; unionbrams, Mi.-. Hugo Mark; propaganua and membership, Mrs. Lawlen.e M. Lippman; Young FolkTemple League, Mrs. Leonard II. Qrunthal; peace. Mrs. Archie l'ulry; sunshine, Mrs. Henry Jacobs, Mi-s lassie Joel; milk and Cradle Roll, Mrs. Estelle C. Stern. Huipit decorations, Mr-. David Davis; temple home interior, Mrs. M J. Greenblatt; grounds and tennis court, Mrs. M. W. Barwald; hospitality, Mrs. Charles K. Hillyer; publicity, Mrs. Arthur S. Meyerson; program, Mrs. Martin Sack; literature, Miss Beatrice Peiser; sewing Mrs. Pauline Berlack; catering, Mrs. .1. M. Glickstein; tel phone, Mrs. Walter Nathan; Bister. Hood exchange, Mrs. A. Sommer; ways and means. Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan. Upon the conclusion of her report, Mrs. I.ippman was presented ALVIN WALDER THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN hy Mrs. M. j. Greenblatt in the name of the executive board with an artistic green glazed piece of pottery holding a large arrangement of Bpring flower.-. It was announced that a luncheon and card party will I,,, given in the Temple Home on May 22, and all are asked to save the date. It was announced that a ParentTeacher Association will be organized in the religious school at an early date. Page Seven Jewish people, the rights and of America. The convention also claims and sanctities of all Jews, denounced Nazi Germany's destrucm The World's World I i Continued from Page 1 I people will destroy those very ideals. And so with a solitary voice of no authority except the authority of its good will, except the authority of its love of the Jewish people I call upon that people in America to unite Zionist.. and non-Zionists. Mizrachi and Histadruth and Revisionists, Orthodox and Conservative and Reformed, B'nai B'rith and all other organizations and all individual men and women and youths of %  '< Wish birth who wander in the World unallied to any union of their people—I call upon them all to unite, to be at one, to form a solidarity toward the salvation and libera tion of Israel without which none of them, no group and no individual, can be liberated or can be saved or can carry out or embody .'i act ii II any specific ideal of any group or of any individual. The World Congress gives us the opportunity and the objective. And what precisely we need is the opportunity and the objective. We need an instrument for a Front populaire of the Jewish 'i he World Congress is such an instrument. The World Congress is igainsl anything or anyone, It is for the Jewish people, the entire be they where they are It is determined to bring to the attention of a brutal world the needs and plight and historic rights of the entire Jewish people—not of this group or that -and to wring from the world sonic measure of decency, some measure of justice. Jews id" America, unite! You have nothing to lose but your fears! You have your liberation and redemption to gain! (Copyright, 1886, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) lion of the German labor uuions. %  Jacksonville News MiEsther Hackel, whose mari Montague Rosenberg was an event of Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jolieph Hackel. in Riverside, was the I guest of honor last week in the Hackel home at a cocktail party Iriven b) the three sisters of the jbride-elect, Mrs. Joseph Bernstein Iff Nev York, Miss Margie Hackel lof Washington, D. C, and Miss [Tibby Hackel. Invites You to the AUTO RADIO SALES & SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVE. A complete line of Auto and House RADIOS Easy Terms Small Down Payments A BUSINESS MAN For Your Next STA1E SENATOR VOTE FOR A. S. GOLDMAN Candidate for CONSTABLE District No. 2 Courteous and Efficient Service Subject to Democratic Primary, June 2, 1936 Vour Vole and Support Will Be Appreciated A bl SINESS MAN Not .lust a Political Asp i" nt lor Public Office I am making no political prOmites because I evpect to >ote for the things the maJorit) of Dade Count) citizens waul, even though it may be contrary to my opinions. I have often thouitlu 1 would like to be truly represented in our government—Do you feel likew ise? VOTE FOR JOHN K. TILTON At the June 2nd Primary South Bend. Ind. (WNS)Unalterable opposition to Nazism, Fascism, Communism "and other movements which detract the attention of labor from unionism" was expressed in a resolution adopted at the annual convention of the United Automobile Workers I Unimpeachable Honesty. Training. Experience and Achievement Qualify Him ELECT IF" 'Zl HAKKi G0ID3TEIN Tax Dade County Needs t he Be I. I'.ii.l I'olit.ral Ail nt) RE-ELECT I Thomas S. (Tom) FERGUSON TSTICE OF PEACE District No. 2 We tried him He made good Let's keep him I P III I' litleal Advi lli.nn nil I • HiiiHiiiiiiiiMiimiiimmimiiiiiiiiHiMiiitiimiiiiimiiiiiiMHiiiimiiitr Complimenting Miss Jeanette IMicheli n, whose engagement to I Eddie Harris was recently announced, Mrs. Joseph Bartley, .Mrs. Max l.eitman and Mrs. Nathan iPriedlin, aunts of the bridegroomelect, • i.tertained with a bridge I Party and miscellaneous shower Mt week in the home of Mrs. [Bartlej in Sp ingfield. At the end of several rounds of |rd games, the holders of high each table were awarded [beautiful lace trimmed linen handkerchiefs. The winners of these Iprizes were: Mrs. Hannah Blaf'"''• Miss Esther Blattner. Mrs. Sa "i Carlton, Mrs. Sidney L. Blatt["""• Mrs. p. L. Samson, Mrs. R. J. I Gordon and Mrs. H. Rosenzvaig. The hostesses served a delicious lce course with homemade deliDAN HARDIE SAYS: Honesty and Moral Courage Are the Main Requirements For Sheriff VOTE FOR DAN HARDIE



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% %  • • 1HK JEWISH FL0R1DIAN ****> My 22, m M IA M1 NO IKS no II Bella I I Cham%  %  he is %  %  P \ Barbary i %  : Cincinnati—B-nai B'rith wfll „, participate in th-V, ,:,| Jf ~ Congrreti to be held August, it habe %  ,,* P esident Alfred M Cohefc The vote of thi exwutiv, committee, he Mid, >h o Wtd \ : -A helming uni ,. mcnt t( Jewisl %  ''; ** \ • •. %  %  •. • %  %  %  %  oyieK • %  %  • % %  -. a i them. .Lieu'• today, : manI. • :• pic:. ar.i at the 71 A Lauj anchot I VOTE FOR : %  sssss'.s'.v. v.v ij FOR %  = TREASURER • •. • ,'.>"•&: ,.:; %  .: i -; • i { ..%  SEE. KNOW of the I; I State of Florida :| Charlie Dillon For CLERK OF CRIMIXU I COl'RT OF RKCORD j Pat I>ade i oanty And In-ur Si -PATY • •IRNOR ITOfTSPARK -. : t -Tld < i TED LANCASTER .'.*.*. .\*.'.\S*.\'.\'.'.SV.'.'.V.'* JUDGE A. B. SMALL :' %  N Sort* Jl'DGE OP COIL COlTtT OF M r MM i Ter Seppert B Ape* ITS ER R. BEXTLEY L.AKE1 \N." An mej General PHH PS n ut • s. LXlc* Kirk! if RALPH POLE Aaka the Qapporl f Miuti Beach > ten m Hi* Car.: For Re-Election JUSTICE OF THE PI:/ ; U-"A %  .. \ n> v j m s 10M WOOD Constable



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Ldav. May 22, 1036 Political Briefs Grady Burton, whose sensationI ^e in four weeks to leadership If, thc campaign for governor, hit %  the next to last week of, the camIpaiKn i" vigorous stride opening Iwith a sensational rebuke to the hrail ot the duPont interests in Ipiorida who has replied to his Large* llf %  P |ot t0 contro1 thc Imrimsriea and enact a transaction %  or sales tax. Burton's rebuke to the head of %  the duPont organization was the [hi'irhliglit "f tn€ campaign week. Burton has charged the dul'ont %  interestand the Tax Revision I League with lobbying for the %  transaction or sales tax, with a Lecret scheme to control the next [legislature in this primary and [with pretending to Democratic loy. | a ltv while financing a Jackson[vill'e Republican newspaper, The iKiorida Beacon. Burtei' opposes the slot ma [thinea, the two-job practice, par1,20ns for hardened criminals, ami I.,.,, M | lax. He favors a pure Li-hool fund, old-age pensions, a [Democratic platform convention, M and state advertising. THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Nine | ers. His many friends urge that a younger man than the incumbent is needed in office, and that the i State of Florida, as all other j states, cannot succeed unless young men are given an opportunity to serve the public. "Give the young man a chance" is Mr. Lancaster's slogan in this campaign. returned to the office, to continue the high standard he has maintained since his appointment. With a record of having been I,he first "freshman" Congressman i Civil War with two pieces I %  majoi legislation to his credit, I•.!•,'. %  Hon. I. Mark WilcOX began his n for re-election this week ng to a large crowd of I at BayTront Park. Mr. Wilcox discussed his record I i tail, outlining his work in the Bankruptcy Act, and the |National Defense Act. "I supported the legislative pro[ of In' administration." Mr. said "and have been critifoi so doing. I have no [apology to make. This is the first 1 al administration that has I nized the rights of thc lalwrI ing man and the farmer, and I am I at the part 1 have had in I gram. While I did not draft lome Owners Loan Corporai participated in the con. which bred the thought, I ami helped put it through." "The n al friends of the old-age program are working to ct the Social Security plan, I which places the burden on those I able to pay instead of taxing each land ever) transaction two per cent I ami paying pensions to rich and I poor alike." "Friends of the old folks will I vote for those who will help them, land nut those who will make wild I promise that cannot be kept." Sam W. Davis, well-known proprietor of the Stonewall Pharmacy, I is an active candidate for the ofllice of County Commissioner of I District :(. Mr. Davis is 49 years I old and came to Miami in 1923. He has hten active in public life of the county, is now vice president of the Wyndwood Park Improvement Association, on the Board of Governors of the Dade I Federation of Improvement Associations, is a Mason, an Elk and member and officer of other fraternal and improvement associations. He pledges lower taxes, the •warding of Dade County contracts to residents whenever possible, and reasonable old-age pensions. W. Ross Burton, candidate for the office of Judge of the Civil Court of Record, has never held public office nor been in politics. He holds three degrees from Columbia University and is well qualified by education and experience. Mr. Burton promises fair and square treatment to all in the Civil Court of Record, if he is elected, as well as friendly and I courteous treatment. His many : friends point to his record as an attorney and his reputation gained through long practice. Roy E. (Pop) Brown, candidate for Collector of Taxes for Dade County, Is a native Floridian and has been a resident of Miami for tl past 30 years. lie came t<> Miami as as < I for the American Express Co., which position he held for 12 years. Since then he has been with the llili Bros. Co. one of the large wholesale grocer) homes in this area, and is now its vice president. He imarried and i ne daughter, He urges bis election and pledges a business administration of the office in the all the taxpayers of the county. Harry Goldstein, the incumbent in the office of Tax Collector foi County, is asking for election to the office on his record of efficiency, and accomplishment while serving in the office since last November. Mr. Goldstein has served in the Legislature of Florida, is a past commander of the American Legion and has been active in many civic and fraternal M ganizatibha throughout the state. He is an accountant of note and achieved distinction in that field, having been president of the Miami chapter, Florida Institute of Accountants, and vice president of I he state body. He promises, if BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Hoofers Since 1919 Inspections and Estimates Free 222 N. W. 2tith St. Phone 2-.'J70."i LETS PUT NEW BLOOD in the SHERIFF'S OFFICE John K. Tilton, former practicing attorney who retired from active practice because of his health, and now proprietor of the Tilton Drug Co. of Coral Gables, is actively campaigning for the state senate from Dade County. He pledges an honest representation of the county's interests, a fair and impartial weighing at all times of the county's and state's needs, and action as the representative of all the people and not a favored few. He asks that the voters study his qualification, his past record, and his ability before they cast their votes. His many friends urge that alter this study the voters cannot help but cast their ballots for Mr. Tilton. guests with a number of novelty songs and dances .after which dancing was enjoyed by the guests. At midnight delightful refreshments were served. Mr. \V. I. Keuer is a member of the well-known firm of BloomfieldFeuer Realty Co., and is prominent in business and social circles on -Miami Beach. The regular meeting for May of the local Bnai Brith Lodge will be held next Monday evening, May 25 at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall! Thc meeting was advanced one day because of the Shvuoth Holiday which begins the following night. Important business matters and matters concerning the local community will be discussed at this meeting. in the chior without compensation. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan was again requested to serve as spiritual adviser. Others elected were: I. Levin, vice president; A. Wertheimer, financial secretary; Leonard Epstein, recording secretary; J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Morris Plant, and E. Max Goldstein, trustees for 3 years; M. Victor Miller, Max Nankin and Leo Ackerr.ian, trustees for 1 year. Harold C. Coatello, prominent attorney, is actively waging a batlie for the office of County Com misaioner from District l. He came to Dade County in 1922 and has always taken an active part in the civic, welfare and communal activitii ,.t the county. He iia served ably as trustee of the school district, Is married and the father ot three children, two of whom are attending public schools. His many friends point to the fact that hi has a splendid knowledge of con ditions throughout the county, which will enable him to act sound, ly on all matter.that will come before the County Commissioners. T. D., better known to his host friends throughout the state of Florida as "Ted" Lancaster, is "aging an active campaign for the hf'ce of State Treasurer. As Clerk of the Circuit Court at Mari0l > County, Mr. Lancaster has m ,.im-iil l From all over Florida press clippings and telegrams show Grady Burton, courageous Wauchula candidate for governor, put on a tremendous burst of speed last month to pass the leaders early in May and hit the home stretch in a strong, steady stride that Will carry him to the finish line June 2 well ahead of the field. ELECT W. E. VAN LOON SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated (Ptd PolitUnl Adv*rtuwwit) INVISIBLE GLASS The first installation of "Invisible Glass" in the South has been made in— B U R D I N E S "Palm Beach Shop" Display Window On First Street side, next to Miami Avenue. —As usual, in keeping with the trend in modern store front and display window designs—this installation is being made by BINSWANGER & CO. 1212N.E. Second Ave. S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr. %  1.



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Ten THE JEWISH FLORHHAN Friday, May g '9 Political Briefs William ; Jo 1 County, is asking i %  .. th isiness : • : IS I d in office %  e time .II luties of tl cperiei many out, Mr. Joyce chosen purchasing agent. % % %  .-. %  .ion ti •.. the d : %  : %  > %  Je ry Carter, thoujrh born in AlI as i'ii a resident of Flori many years. He served the stat< of Florida as hotel commisind s at the pres< issioni i to i state. %  ly recently a dein tel< | h< n I to the benefit t sandt (payers of th< ite. appc state, irrespective if %  :, an i lrun.. a.LTTiit'. _' :' r the of go rernor as "Jerry the Commoner." Fi >m reports recei M i arter foi Governoi hi a ,. -. Mr. Cartel will be in the final n ary. "J is ;i %  ; %  ".. Mr. H • leputy Bh assistant I | f i %  %  \ civic and frai nterests %  community. His man] friends urge his xpei ience and ffice entitle I i Mr. H is resided Bea as: %  .. South B I i %  \ itioi were ... .,,,,. non-Jews now 1 H ei %  ...; rec%  ; m. ge E. Holt, active '.a ; fi ssor of law at the L'ti ive sitj Miami and acknowl lg authority oi t %  : : '-' ntl al fa is. is waging i ampaign for the si itui<• in group :. litis urginc a readjustment of representation al Tallahassee, so that Dade ( anty will be re] %  • %  in accordance with its population, and also urgi t othi itractivi egislation designed .:. inonly i'-. state affaii s, and the counties so that they may re•. eive the pro| >rti i at i shares i'.tax< | aid by them. His fri< nds as a student of public affairs :. >ne of the oj nents are equal to Mr. Holt and that i1 to the benefit of .. and particularly of Dade County, for the voters to elect Mr. Holt. According I I i %  %  a Pal A 'ai i 1 I it if I enacted thou inds lerl; to s ,;ie year-. Cai lion JJ '• ai the < %  e of -". %  %  '' assistai I I Mai %  %  a .... ai ate f ir i ss. i". I • \... 5, asking for re-eli rods tne of the district which cmMiami B his record and the imadn %  •' thi ai f this ol s in M I 1 %  Miami B s served as n idge, on 1 m i ganizaisks I ds a abilities of i %  tat j on for his fairness and com ..., an d the impartial administrate riendB uir( ion will be an evi; id des r< • "' I '-• ceivinghis ols of %  its Ki kland has been of Dadi inow i the office of BU. n: for the .. hi /i %  the api %  mingt of the ... dges that if will administer the af, 0 thai illegal registration and the padding of the voters' lists w iH bi ted. He has pointed to othei much needed reforms, he pledges to bring into effect if chosen supervisor of registration. Cominu to the forefro, race for Sheriff of Dj ni a newcomer in the %  ideCo, Ernest R. Williams. Mr w'JJJ is basing his | I on the plea that il u y / out of but the ii ii He offers his i ''' : I fication for the liams is 11 yea and / operating, I Partnert. I the White Swan i Iry an Jv al ice I o I ing concerns in th Murry Grossman, active %  n-Jewish comn I la le Cou r a numj. ars, ipport • N >. 5 in %  of that district. Mr. G --• • % % %  pu -. has fe irlessly nent t< Mr. %  lent aniza %  I foref ; I %  hi many which omn • ifficials. He is asking for I ecause of his record of • in public, communal and work. I tan Har lie, elected t years an this ion t ffice i wl h he was removed ti ths eh ction. Mr. Hardii ses to the voters, has as thi mse %  refusal to submit to the goven ii %  Hardie urges coters mtj nly effe nmei rid it. is %  is s sevi ... • %  fter hi %  F. Brown, %  %  i i f r a t e ri i ns wl %  ghoul ffice to which I \ n befar 1019 ii Dade Count; as a f the Dade I n ty Ex. : %  the oi I tb : irts Sell Walker, now a member of Dade County school board for district N'o. 8, is i candidate foi ectioi to this office. She points to her knowlc Ige of s hool in more than x years of ai hing expeir the s<" ? Dadi Couni y, and the i x gained in he past two years as a membei school board. Mrs. Walker is the original f the Walker •-. designed to ascertain the %  dge of e si udi %  ; f 1 lade and what stu lit • • ,fin ,i~ they advance during 100I j ars. i i mu ii >• %  nimenda. voters are act ki •1 hei recoi d in offii e. '•I truly beliei thai | h a „i| restored the faith 0 f the of Dade Count) r< irdia, sheriffs office. Ii l 8 B oa f Jn Honing without a aeinUL'a %  corruption, and is honorably 4 ministered." (Signed) 11. i. KII.KMAN. D. C. COLENM FOR SHERIFF iPaid Political AdvertiseifttS hy Friends) %  \> -.: :c FOR : \TE Rr;*RES2NTATIVi; I RE-ELECT Clement L. Theed %  %  A B, itive o1 tucky, sident of 1 la idgi the offici H lentific-d %  One Good '. i n >>.-.. A nol i RE i JUSTICE OF PEACE No. 3 District RAY M. WATSON Your Vole and Support Will Be Appreciated i 0 t n Paid :' %  i i Tom Woods, for the past ten .... Mi e n had V i-na.or and edut atoi ten on many scientifi ts. He a splendid ber of the school board, during which term he was pn sident. Mr. Marshall taught the Kaufman settlement house in Pittsburgh, Pa.. CONSTABLE 3rd District Precincts ">l to :>ii inclusive lP!d for b] VOTE I "Pop" R0YE.BR DADE COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR Pioneer Miamian Dade Count) Dcmocratit Primaries in June (Paid Political Adwtliement)


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 22, 1936

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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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Price Five Cent
The World's
Window
Solidarity"
Bj 11 DWIG LEWISOHN
This I'olumn is copyrighted liy
the Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Reproduction in whole or
iii imri strictly forbidden. Any
infringement 'on this copyright
il! be prosecuted.
[Continued from Last Week)
Now Jewish solidarity can never
|h that kind of solidarity and ought
[rot to be that kind. We are an
I iple and a people of individ-
I am sometimes almost
(tempted to say we are a people of
Mcentricsof men and women with
an initial prejudice against any
I center and in flight from any cen-
Iter. And so in view of our in-
Icomparably menaced situation in
Itht- world and of our incomparably
instant need of solidarity as a mat.
Iter, truly and literally, of life and
|"!eathin view of that, it is of the
st importance for us to remem-
I ber to know, inwardly to learn the
[it that there is another kind of
i.ida ity, a democratic solidarity,
la solidarity which, by what it is,
Ibreaks up and may ultimately de-
l-truy the solidarity of the slaves
| within the new slave states. This
llidarity is the voluntary co-op-
leration of free men. It is the crit-
ical emphasis for specific neces-
II 01 common goals; it is the
[voluntary abstention from over-
emphasis mi that which divides and
[the equally voluntary emphasis on
that which unites a given group
[ ion necessary purpose in
| ir of history.
We are being shown a very
Irreat example of that high and civ.
( of solidarity by the
(French people this week and this
>' The Front populaire, which
| irell in retrospect be seen
tor which saved conti-
Kui pe from hopeless Ber-
lin, this Front populaire
| being by the voluntary
a common purpose of all
-, partii of France
wing il< mocrats and
through all the shades
! democracy to and in-
I powerful communist
of these groups hav<
iir spec ific ideolog -;
riven up their ultimate
; .c.l have .. cr-
i obj '.
i fascism. For
hat unless they gain
Live thoy will all be de-
I ail their specific hopes
I i ultimate a ms .- il
to an indistinguisha
od and dirt
*
":. is clear. The lesson
n itself into every Jew-
With a flame of lire.
we save ourselves as a peo-
; '""" branch or wing or party of
M peopl will be able to live and
FQI>etion and work toward the real-
** of its ideals. For the en-
""""'" and destruction of the
(Continued on Page 7)
Cemetery Chapel
Is Dedicated
Several hundred guests atl >nded
the formal cornerstone laying in
the chapel at the Jewish section of
the Woodlawn Cemetery. The
building was erected by the Sister-
hood of Chesed Shel Ernes, which
originally conceived the idea of
purchasing a Jewish cemetery be-
cause of the growing needs of the
community. The cemetery is now
owned by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Cemetery Association, of which
the Sisterhood is a constituent
member and its Auxiliary.
Mrs. Terry Stein presented Mr.
.1. Louis Shochet, who presided.
Addresses deeply appreciative of
the important event in local Jewish
affairs were made by Rabbi Julius
Washer, Rabbi .Max Shapiro and
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom. Mr.
1. L. Mintzer, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association, presented Mr. Manuel
Rippa, founder of the organization
and prime mover in the erection
of the chapel, with a (Told medal in
. appreciation of services rendered.
Mr. A. Junkin, treasurer of Wood-
lawn Cemetery, delivered a Con-
gratulatory address. Mrs. isidor
Cohen, president of the Sisterhood,
expressed the thanks of the organi-
sation to the building committee
and to those who worked in the
organization since its inception. A
rising vote of thanks was extended
to Mr. A. Kaplan under whose di-
rection actual building of the
chapel was made. Taking part in
the musical program were Cantor
Boris Schlachman, Cantor Louis
May-man. Cantor Maurice Mamches
and Mr. M. Marcus. Following the
formal part of the ceremony the
honor of laying the cornerstone
was awarded to Mr. Jacob Becker
and Mrs. Rachel Becker, Ins wife.
The laying of the cornerstone 'hen
followed, with Mr. and Mrs. Man
uel Rippa assisting. Hazkoro was
te, for departed m< mbers of
the organization and for Mr. M.
/ion. first president of the Chesed
Shel Ernes. R< fresh nents were
served in the nee.- chapel following
the << remonies. ["he bui!
tains ai offii n I '"'"
hara" r iom an an au litoi ium for
We are in receipt of the
lowing i esl from the Pales-
tine Fruit Products Co. I I I.,
ihe largest canning facto j
:Mi -line, transmitu i Ihr. ugh
Ihe Zionist Organization of
America:
"Wc need one o- two female
workers with '.
.,,! experiei canned
grapefn il > pedal!)
with several years' expedience in
the so-called 'sectii izing of
grapefruit'."
We feel that this is a glorious
opportunity of Beeing Palestine
aid helping in the actual re-
building of our homeland.
Those interested are urged to
communicate with The Jewish
Floridian immediately.
Jewish Leader
Dies Suddenly
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
Dr. Xahum Sokolow, honorary
president of the World Zionist Or-
ganization and the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, who was president
of thesi bodies from 1931 to 1985,
11 i suddenly at the age of T.">.
i- o wn as the dean of Hi r \
ture and also as one of the
foremost diplomats and scholars of
the Jewish pe- pie in modern tim<.-,
Dr. Sokolow was one of the three
principal Jewish figures at '.he
Paris Peace Conferenci. who help-
ed not only in obtaining for the
Jewish people the right to re-estab-
lish the Jewish National Home in
Palestine, but also aided in draw-
ing up various minority clauses
protecting Jews in European coun-
tries as part of the post-war set-
tlelli'. his. hi th com se of his
ins llni ughoul the world
in .'' ntei i Sts of the Zionist
movement, he had conferences with
the leaders of virtually every na-
tion. In !"iT he met Pope Bene-
dict XVI. At the time of his
death he was active as director of
the l .i i of Culture and
Education wh h was created by the
\\ oi Zioi i i li ganizati n at i:
in Lucerne, in Sep-
i,eml i
i 1861 in
Wy.' .. Polan i.
I,aui upon a lit rary carei r
!n i ith.h? became editor of
ira," a We rcw pe-
lt v his work
.! I n
niel-
li nalism."
e w ote in mmerable
i

.His
Zioi n ," a
"ty on ibject. 1
lr. Theodoi Herzl
m line of ih W n d Zi tfi
aticn. When Dr. H irzl
died, Sokolow became the g< i
, if ie World Zionist Or-
ganization at Cologne in 1906. In
that year he also founded "Haol-
the Zionist Hebrew weekly.
which is now published in Jeru-
salem, and of which he was the
editor at the time of his death.
His political career began as
eariy as 1909 when he joined David
Wolffsohn, then World Zi< hist
Jews to Observe Congress to Meet
Shvuoth Holiday In League Hall
Shvuoth will be ushered in at
Beth David Congregation Tuesday
evening at 6:80. Wednesday morn-
ing services begin at 8:30 when
the Rabbi will preach on "The
Message of Sinai ... Is It Appeal-
ing?" William Slater, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Slater, will be
Bar Mitzva and will deliver an ad-
dress. Following the services the
parents will he hosts to the Wor-
liipers at a reception in the Tal-
mud Torah. Thursday morning
Yizkor or Memorial services will
be observed following a sermon by-
Rabbi Max Shapiro on "If a Man
Die Shall He Live Again?" At
the Thursday morning services
Howard Schwartz, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz., promi-
nent in the communal affairs of
this area, will become Bar Mitzva.
He will read the entire portion of
the law and speak in English. A
reception will follow the services
in the Talmud Torah Hall. Cantor
Boris Schlachman will chant all
the services of the holiday.
NEW YORK (WXSi The As-
sembly Hall of the League of Na-
tions Buiding will be the scene f
the opening session of the World
Jewish Congress in Geneva, Switz-
erland, on August Nth, according
to a decision of the organizing com-
mittee for the World Jewish Con-
gress made public here by the
American Jewish Congress. Elec-
tion of European delegates to the
World Congress has been set for
July 5th. Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
representative of the Committee of
lewish Delegations; Dr. Mordecai
Nurok, chief rabbi of Latvia; Dr.
Leon Kubowitzki, secretary of the
organizing committee, and Dr. M.
Kramer of Roumania are now tour-
ing the various countries of Europe
in the interests of the World Jew-
ish Congress.
Shvuoth services at Beth Jacob
Synagogue, Miami Beach, will be
ushered in Tuesday night at 6:80
o'clock. Wednesday morning serv-
icea begin at 8:30 A. M. when
Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom will
preach on -The Torah as the Ideal
of Life." Thursday morning Yiz-
kor or Memorial services will be
observed preceding which the
Rabbi will in-each on "Lest We
Part." Cantor Maurice Mamches
will chant the liturgical portion of
he services.
Shvuoth services will be ushered
in at the .Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation Tuesday evening at
6:30. Wednesday morning services
begin at '.> o'clock when the Rabbi
will preach on "Law- n the
Mount." Thursday morning "Yiz-
kor" or memorial services will be
e I. preceding which Rabbi
Julie Washer will preach on
"Ruth An Idyll of F alty."
The ivil It nd.
on a missii n to C mstan-
tino] i u in" the pi -w i -. w i
it-war a .-
I I i an of Dr. Chaim
In 1! -. elected
; ive.
i
if tl ve W irid
1
pre ident of
- in and J
1931. Specializing in
iphy and modi n lai u
nti ibuted to the lea ling
Eu 'opean journals in vai ious Ian-
He could read and write
in Hebrew, Yiddish, Engli h, I
Ru -ian. French Greek, Ital-
ian, German and other languagi s.
His versatility could be seen in the
fact that he wrote a geography, a
primer of self-instruction in Eng-
lish and a biography of Spinoza.
Influential in developing Zion-
ism in Eastern Kuiope, Sokolow
was called to London at the out-
Lee Replies
To Charges
Tallahassee, May 20.(Special)
Two circuit judges elected in Dade
County passed approval on the re-
organization sale of the Dade
County Security Company, State
Comptroller J. M. Lee told an en-
thusiastic crowd in the City Park
Wednesday night, pointing out
that the court record bears witness
that Judge Trammell swore he
signed the order shortly after din-
ner, a week or ten days after the
matter had been laid before him.
Without referring to the gover-
nor by name, the comptroller point-
ed out that the $59,000 of his notes
traded by the liquidator of the
Volusia County Bank for $55,000
of Sanford bonds were unsecured
notes, with |60,000 in unpaid judg-
ment-, ahead of them. He also
stated that the liquidator still holds
$50,000 of the bonds and the other
|5,000 were sold at "the full cash
value."
Listing four bank buildings, in
Chipley, Daytona, New Smyrna
and Orlando sold to banking insti-
tutions in each town and eight spit-
toons sold to Ed Ball at |6 each,
the comptroller said he knew of no
other transactions between his
latoi I uP nteresl
Lee told his hearers he had per-
mit! id th of
- rribu tak a on -
pleti inv< stigation of bank liquida-
tions in Dade, Volusia Hillsbor-
ither count i a and that
a two-weeks' probe the cor-
respondent had written in his
advising I was pi
he "has been led astray in
preparation of some of his cam-
paign depth bombs."
' eal: of the war to undertake dip-
lomatic contacts. He succeeded in
seeming ihe support for Zionism
of the leading European diplomats,
lie is credited with some share in
securing the Balfour Declaration.
He made numerous visits to the
United States, as to other coun-
tries, to help raise funds for Pales-
tine upbuilding.


Page Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 22


' '



Closing exercises for the Sunday
school of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation will be held Sun-
day evening. May 24, beginning at
8 o'clock at the Synagogue, under
the direction of Rabbi Julius Wash-
er. Participating in the program
will be Lawrence Feinberg. Phyllis
Shulman, Evelyn Rosenthal. Har-
old Berlcowitz. Norton Pallott, Lei-
tor Gleichenhaus, Eunice Roberts.
Leta Aronowitz and Loui- Arono-
witz. Prize. Aii: be awarded for
scholarship during the past term.
A musical program will be pro-
vided and refreshments will be
served by the Ladies' Auxiliary of
the congregation.
ei SOCIETY P
Wasman are asked to
unveiling of a tombstone
memory Sunday, May 24th
attend the
p. m. at Temple Israel
Woodlawn Cemetery. | >..
Kaplan will officiate.
to hi,
at 2:3o
Plot of
Jacob H.
Mia. Ida Eng'.er. 1637 S. W. 11*
n.. a: 8 o'clock. Announcement wUI
be'made as to the election of offi-
ecrs for the coming year. Mem-
ire asked to attend so that a
final check-up may be made for
the annual May Day danc-
recently. A social hour will fol-
low the business meeting.
Junior Hadassah will hold an in-
formal meeting and social Monday
evening, May 25th, at the home of
Rally 'Round
WM. C.
HODGES
HOMESTEAD BILL"
CANDIDATE FOR
Governor

HODGES, because I
far ahead, hat
viciously slan-
i by the usual
ajje-old sickening
dirt spread by the
esai rial politi-
cian ami because
HODGES led the fight for
maasei of the
people to get taxes
iff their homes and
10 kill the sales
tax. The "big in-
its" don't want
HODGES because he stands
tlly for old age
and mothers' pen-
- and because
HODGES' fight for the tax-
homes made
these "special in-
terests" shoulder
their proper part
of the tax burden,
if the voters recog-
nize
past service to the
average citizen by
rallying to his ban-
ner, this leader of
the masses, known
for his "past per-
formances" instead
of "political plat-
f o r m promises"
can win in the first
primary.
Help Yourself. Your Family.
Y'our Home, Y'our Schools
by Helping
HODGES!
The Poor Man's Friend
(Paid for by Kri.no. 1
HODGES'
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Welfare Bureau is sponsor-
ing its annual picnic on Sunday.
June 14. at Bouche's Villa V<
the proceeds to be used for the
welfare work of the organ.I
Full detail? will appear in ar. early
issue.
Thelrr.a G "
firm;.: a Au8'
lander. Beverly C hen. Jack
Harriet Palm<
erar.tz. Helen P ick. S
- : Boris
'- .
:' Beth
Davi I Choi
of Cantor Ka:
M
11
.-. Bureau will be held at the
It president, Mr. Stanley
Monday. June 1, at 8
p. M. annual reports of the
ill be presented and
.: matters will be
members are asked
y a li
Mr. Harry Zukernick. prominent
member of the Jewish attorneys of
this area, left for a month's busi-
and pleasure trip to New
York.
Mr. a:ii Mrs. I. L.
ineni mmu
area, will
I
legs for W mi n at '1
Mis: Mintzei
Mr. Gi Oliphant of Brook-
'. \ rived here to attend
: his grandson,
Howar rtz. Mr. Oliphant
is the of Mrs. Meyer
Mr. Harry Oliphant
;.. He is the guest of
his daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
r Schwartz during
- Btaj here.
ate Israel G.
Sun.-Mon.-Tuts.. Ma) 21-25-26
Clark Gable Charles Laufatei
Edward G. R(>bin-lin
.Miriam HopkinsJoel McCm
BARBARY (OAST
/tN AVENUE
Sun.-Mon.. Ma) 24-23
Clark Cable
Charles I.auKhtun
MUTINY ON THE HOINTY
Mrs. Rebecca Shaff announce=
engagement of her daugl
iye, to Mr. Martin Mill
of Mr- and Mra. S. Miles of New-
ark, N. J. The wedding will be
. Jui e. The bri le
daughter of the late Max
- inent pioneer 1
. a. and ha- been active in
thi younger Jewish -" of Greater
Miami.
A mi : '
the late Nahum ''" noted
author, diplomat and leader in
world Jewry will be held on Tui
I, at Beth Jacob
Synagogue. Ral ;i- Dr. Jacob II.
Kaplan, David I. Rosenbloom, Jul-
and Max Shapiro will
participate. Mr. Harry I. I.ipton
will preside. Local cantors will
iSandf/iek
AQUI SE HABLA ESPANOl
...... **i*m 1
ETHEL MINTZER
in educat
intone the Memorial Prayer. Ad-, in mathematics ai
made in English,
sh and Hebrew. Full details
will be announced in our next issue.
gvagi s. Ethel was
ular members in the
lew:-1 11 rity at 1 hi
Beth David Synagogue will ob- x,.x. Sunday, Ma) 24, Betl
serve the confirmation exercises of Dav|j TalmU(J T, ,.i: ...
its Sunday school Thursday eve- s(hoo| wil, hold jtg annua;
ning, May 28, at B o'clock when a at the La!i qjw Casino. Ft Laud-
la-- wil! be confirmed^ and the er,laie. Thost not ha. ,
members of the Teachers' Training portati<.n are asked to
class will receive their diplomas. Synagogue not later than '.' A. M.
Kabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the Games will be played and
principal address with officers of awarded to the winners. In charge
taking part. Prizes will be award. of arrangements 1- a
.-d for s holarship and attendance, consisting of Mesdames -I. i
Those in the Teachers' training chairman; S. C. Myers, liar". Oli-
class who will receive certificates phant, Harry Markowitz, Jack Pal-
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Nahum Sokolow
Nahum Sokolow is de-ad. Great writer, philosopher,
leader, diplomat and scholar, Sokolow will no down in history
as one of the most versatile figures in Jewish annals. He
was I he connecting link between all parties within the Jewish
'old. He was at home with the strictly Orthodox mentality,
with the radical element, with the assimilationists and with
any imaginable type of Jewish thinking. He spoke all the
languages of modern civilization and could converse and write
with facility in more than eighteen languages, it is said.
An adjutant of Theodor Herzl. Sokolow went through
every stage of Zionism, from the theoretical discussions of
a Jewish homeland to the Halfour Declaration, which he
he'ped to make possible. He was regarded by Jews and non-
Jvv.r alike as the sage of world Jewry. He was often com-
pared as an intellectual, to Anatole France. His range of
interests ran the whole gamut of human endeavor. Nothing
was foreign to Nahum Soko'.ow. who could write with the
same unusual knowledge about a horse race in Paris as about
anew interpretation of the Koran.
Nahum Sokolow will, however, remain in the annals of
Jewish history as one of the builders of modern Hebrew lit-
erature, as the diplomat of Zionism from the days imme-
diately preceding the Balfour Declaration until his death and
as the interpreter of European culture to the Hebrew and
Yiddish reading elements of world Jewry. To American
Zionists, as well as to non-Zionists in this country, he per-
sonified the ambassador of Jewish culture and renascent
Jewish nationalism. There was nothing dashing or pictur-
esque about this ever-young grand old man of Zionism, l et.
in his quiet and unassuming way he devoted the greater part
of his life to a cause in which he never lost faith. He trav-
elled hundreds of thousands of miles, spoke to millions of
|.eop\ and wrote millions of words to spread the message ol
Zionism.
Nahum Sokolow deserves to rest. May he repose in
peace!
ilie festival of Shabuoth. There-
Hire, in Palestine, on this holiday,
we find many Jews flocking to the
tomb of David, and reciting there
Psalms.
Some believe that this great He-
brew ruler was also burn on this
Man! festival.
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The ancient Sadducean sect-
that sect that adhered only to the
a lawmaintained that Sha-
i ill should begin mi the seventh
Sunday after Passover. According
i their view, Shabuoth would fall
year on Sunday. May -11not
May l!7, our Shabuoth date.
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The .lews of Abyssinia also do
not have the .same date for Sha-
uoth that we have. They cele-
i air this holiday on the twelfth
nf Sivan -six days after our Sha-
buoth. It is interesting to note
hat among these Jews the twelfth
day of each month is observed as
a half-holidaya reminder of their
Pentecost which falls on the twelfth
of Sivan.
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On the second day of Shabuoth
.n the year 1147, French crusaders
broke into the home of the great
scholar Rabbenu Tarna grandson
of the famous Rashirobbed him
of all his possessions, tore the
scroll of the Torah that he pos-
sessed, and dragged him into a
field, where they determined in kill
him. "You are the greatest man
among the .lews." the crusaders
said, "and therefore we shall
avenge on you the wounds and
death of Jesus. Your ancestors
the county.
"Ten thousand citizens of Dado
are already on record as favoring
the preservation and enlargement
of the Homestead Exemption
Amendment, for which Senator
Hodges has staged a Ill-year cam-
paign which was culminated by hi-
taking the stump throughout the
state three years ago and bring-
ing about an overwhelming vote
which put it on the Florida stat-
utes. The amendment is now bi
ing attacked by big interest
the home owners of Florida natu-
rally look to "Homestead Bill" as
their leader in the coming fight
to take from the taxpayers the
benefits already secured.'" Sidnej
II. Palmer of the Dade County
llnclges-for-Oovernor club stated.
It was also reported at Hodges'
headquarters that women by the
thousands are supporting the
I lodge- candidacy for the reason
that he defeated the sales tax at
the last session of the legislature.
iii civic, business and fraternal af-
fairs of this community. He was
born in Camden, S. C, 50 years
ago and has a wife and four chil-
dren. Before coming to Miami,
Mr, Pbelps was associated with the
American Telephone and Telegraph
Associated Companies for over 18
years. In Miami he has been en-
gaged in real estate and insurance
busine
Mr. Pbelps was organizer and
pasl president of the Miami Acacia
Club, for several years director of
the local chapter of the American
Red Cross, the first president of
the Parents Association of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Drum and Hugle Hand Corps, a
member of the Methodist Church,
and past president of the Trinity
Methodist Church Men's Bible
Class.
\V. It. Becker, candidate for state
and county tax collector in the
coming primary election on a plat-
form of "sound business adminis-
tration for the office," was re-
ported by his campaign committee
to be registering steady gains in
strength throughout the C maty.
and according to figures at the
Becker headquarters, he is the
choice of at least 62 per cent of the
qualified voters at this time.
"We took a straw poll of 1,000
voters and found that 619 of them
out of the thousand were favoring
Becker for Tax Collector and no
dealt five blows to Jesusand so Bttempt WM mB(|e to in any way
we shall do to you!" And so the inf,uence thl.ir decision," one Of
great rabbi received five blows on hjg (.ampailr supporters stated.
Mr. Becker is standing squarely
the head to atone for the wounds
inflicted upon Jesus.
Rabk-nu Tarn would surely have
died, but, fortunately, there hap-
pened to pass by a knight with
whom he was acquainted. The
rabbi called to him and promised
him a fine horse if he would only
rescue him from the mob. The
knight agreed- and thus Jacob ben
Meir Tarn, the greatest Talmudic
authority of the age, was saved.
W. E. Van Ix>on, chief motor
vehicle inspector for Miami dis-
trict, who resigned recently to be-
come a candidate for supervisor of
registration in the June Democratic
primaries, is waging a very active
campaign throughout the county.
Prior to coming to Miami from
Jacksonville in 1923, Van Loon was
engaged in the real estate business.
He was appointed chief deputy-
sheriff in 11126, holding that posi-
tion until 1929. He ran for super-
visor of registration four years ago
and was defeated by the present
incumbent.
Van Loon is a Mason, a Shriner
and a Knight of Pythias as well as
a member of the Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce, the Young
Democratic Club, the Izaak Walton
League and the Methodist Church.
on his record established during
bis twenty-year business career in
Dade County and the history of
accomplishments he made during
the ten months he served as tax
collector, prior to his being relieved
of the office by the governor, he
has stated during his campaign ad-
dresses,
Political Briefs
Constable George B. Hardie of
the Third District, comprising
:: :: Southwest Miami, Coral Gables and
Coconut Grove sections of this area
is now serving his eighth year in
X :: '' '' '' '' this capacity. He is a candidate
One of the most active in the for re-election and points to his
field of candidates for governor is record of efficiency, courtesy and
B. F. Paty. Paty hails from West service as the reason for his being
Palm Peach, and is well-known all re-elected to the office which he
over the state. first assumed in 1928. lie is a
Mr, Paty's platform i- expressed I native Floridian and a resident of
i the lei' words. He condemns this area for the past 30 years.
-!,. Machine-. wai- the poll tax. He is married and lias one son. He
as :, prerequisite to ballot, abol- served overseas with the Third
ished and public utilities regulated;: Division during the World War.
abolition of unnecessary board"),
| | n ig a cat didate for
Answering his opponents, Sheriff
D. C. Coleman agreed in an ad-
dress that crime has a direct ef-
fect upon real estate.
Then he pointed to the record-
breaking building programs and
the rapidly increasing real estate
values throughout the county.
"These better times augment the
assertion of J. Kdgar Hoover, chief
of the bureau of investigation of
the United States Department of
Justice, that crime in Dade County
is at a very low ebb," Sheriff Cole-
man declared at a political rally in
the community house of the Wynd-
wood Park Improvement Associa-
tion.
"I believe that the people of
Dade County will not punish a
sheriff for being faithful and for
giving thcot honest, efficient and
faithful service."
Strange Facts
About Shvuoth
middle ages, on Shabuoth,
I buy of northern Europe
his education. This oc-
when the boy was five or
old. At daybreak, he
iit to the Synagogue by
r or by some pious and
i mber of the community.
he met his teacher, who
him a slate, upon wbieii
n the Hebrew alphabet
and forward, and also
the following three verses: "The
'u commanded us by Moses is the
cue- of the Congregation of
jcob," and "The Lord called upon
Moses, and spake unto him out of
lt>e tent of meeting, saying," "'"d
"May the Torah be my daily call-
g", and God Almighty my helper."
he teacher then read the names of
he letters, and the boy repeated
.b, m. Then the slate was smeared
with honey, and the child Was .old
to lick it. This was done in order
, impress upon him the sweetness
... Torah. The bi s was then
riven a cake and an egg upon
which were written
ing the study of the Torah. Ita
teacher read those verses, the child
.,1 them, and then hi
Biven He cake, th<...... and many
. good things.
,.. interesting and pictun ue
ceremony clearly r.
and p0Werful love of the medieval
Jew fo. -I--. '
that is unl hissing ."
the soul of the modern .lew.
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The Jew. of M......- have the
following very grange custom on
shabuoth: Around Mmcha time,
all both adults and children poui
,.,.,, of water over each Other
Of course. their holiday clothes an
ruined let that does no. seen, to
worry the Moroccan Jews.
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The famous King David, accord-
ing ,0 tradition, passed away on
commissions, and departments; re-
vision of the taxing system; eon- re-election to the offic. of Justice
stitutional amendments providing of the Peace, Second District. He
for direct election of circuit judge-, slates thai he ha
sta e attorneys and county solici- affa tors and lieutenant-governor; and sciciui u and comm i man
i mancipation "!' married ner.
\; Ferguson ha
women enabling them t" c >ntrai t.
etc.
Friends throughoul Florida now
,-eporl thai Sen. William C. "Home
record in that lie is the first Jus-
tice i the Peace in the histi
the Stat Floi ida o I
a ii urn ol to the
9tendBiir Hodges is so far in the county. Foi is >;" hiis
lead of I i efunded to the county |48i.70.
campaign headquarters. Dade County and served for two
From Jacksonville it was re- year.- as its president. He IS a
.,, Hodges will carry Du- number of the Elks, Shrine, Mod-
by a wide margin. | era Woodmen, Order of the Eastern
pOIted t I
val County
Hillsborough County will give him Star, and Junior Chamber of Cm
I major portion of the vote, ac-
cording t.i Tampa advices, and in
Dade where a week ago it was
thought possible that the presence
of three local candidates might re-
sult in a badly split-up vote, i
nierce.
John B. Phelps is a candidate
for County Commissioner in Dis-
trict :f.
He has lived in Miami and Dade
yesterday considered probable I County for the past 17 years, dur-
that "Homestead Bill" would carry ing which time he has been active
Kd R. Bentley, prominent attor-
ney and citrus grower of Lakeland,
is an active candidate for attorney
general of Florida.
Mr. Bentley declared that it
would be his purpose to make, the
Attorney General's office a real
department of justice for Florida.
Mr. Bentley has been a life-long
Democrat, lie was reared in Texas
but came to Florida more than .-.
decade ago. He holds a B.A. and
I.I..D. degrees anil W88 superin-
tendent of schools and a C(
dean of journalism before begin-
ning the practice of law. I!e has
served a.- president of the Lake-
land Bar Association, governor of
Rotary in Florida, state command-
er of the American Legion and i-
now editor of the Florida Law
Journal anil secretary-treasurer of
the Florida State Bar Association.
He lives with his family on his
citrus grove half way between
Lakeland and Bartow, but has his
law office in Lakeland. He is a
member of the Christian Church.
a Mason, Shriner and active in
civic work, particularly in Boy
Scouts, schools and the Children's
Home.



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measure, which applies to all ,'
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way, telegraphic work and busines,
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
West Palm Beach
Notes
Friday, May 22, 193C
Dr Carl N. Herman was elects 1
. serve another year as Rabbi for
Keth Israel Congregation. Cy
Argintan became honorary presi-
dent for IK-
An unusual attendance appeared
,' (he Srhwart/.kopf Hall card
rty sponsored by 0. P. Gruner,
|',,.;.,,N being used in repairing
leaky roof i" the rear of the Tem-
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Beth El Sisterhood sponsored
lheir Mini-monthly card party at
,. home of Mr. and Mrs. Levine.
Prizes were awarded at each table
aml refreshments served by the
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St. Petersburg
The Judea Council celebrated
M oner's Day in the auditorium of
the Congregation B'nai Israel with
an elaborate program arranged by
Mrs. E. M. Weinstein and Mrs. S.
Spigle.
The following took part: Phyllis
Ami Weinstein, Sheila Lynn Ru-
bin, Marilyn Haliczer, Sally Lee
Rabin, Rosalie Faulk, Maril Davis,
June Spiegle, Lowell Fyvolent,
Bnxzie Fyvolent, Lawton Wilkin-
son. Corrlnne Silverman. Mrs.
Leonare Wilkinson accompanied for
dances and violin. At the closing
of the program Misc Cellia Rubin
led in singing. The hostesses were
Mrs. Al Rubin, Mrs. Reba Salzer,
Miss Cellia Rubin and Mrs. K. S.
Fyvolent.
pleie bankruptcy impends in the the Democratic Executive Corn-
Third Reich, anti-Nazi forces here milter if the Fifth Congressional
have launched a new effort to in- District of Florida.
tensify the ami-Nazi boycott in
Great Britain. Reports in financial
circles here indicate that German
< conomy has at last reached the
breaking point arul a complete
crack-up is only a matter of weeks.
Informed sources say that the col-
lapse of German economy may be
expected in the summer.
The renewed boycott activity con-
sists of :i program for distributing
].o(i(l,l)()0 books of matches bearing
on the cover the inscription "boy-
cott everything German." The
first loo.doii books have already
distributed.
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Aid
Society of Congregation B'nai Is-
rael will have their annual picnic
next Sunday at Madera Beach.
Members and friends are cordially
invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon L. Haliezer
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lobell,
Mr. and Mrs. Hermer, and Mrs.
May Benjamin in honor of their
Mrs. Mersef, who left for
New York.
Society
Tlu annual picnic sponsored last
Sunday at the Oceanic Gardens by
the Senior Council of Jewish
Women was attended by a very
large number of residents and
visitoi \ Quite a tidy sum was
realized. In charge of arrange-
ment- was a committee headed by
Mrs. l-idor Cohen.
Building Committee of Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood with Corner-
stone.Bottom row: A. Kaplan, builder and contractor; Mrs.
Charles Goldstein, Mrs. Manuel Rippa, Mr. Manuel Rippa, William
Blutstein and Mrs. Morris Kotkin. Center row: Mrs. Isidor
Cohen and Mr-. I. Rosengarten. Top row: Mesdames Terry Stein,
M. Blutstein. A. Feldman, Messrs. Sol. Schwartz and Morris Kotkin.
Miss Gertrude Shaft chairman of
the pin committee.
Plans are now being formed for
a Scavenger Hunt honoring the
birthdays of Miss Nelly.' Shaft' and
Miss Greenberg, and the gradua-
tion of Miss Anita Cohen. The
committee in charge of this affair
includes Miss Rose Dubler, Miss
Mildred Ruben and Miss Ruthye
Bernstein.
Miss Shirley Kosenthal was the
guest of the evening.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Miss Bernstein, 107(i
S. \V. Nth St., with Miss Cohen
acting as hostess.
Daytona Beach
Notes
At the last meeting of the "Ta-
mar de Sola Pool" Young Judea
Club a program was presented to
commemorate Jewish hook week.
Taking part in the program were
Sela Bronston, Dorothy Levin,
Claire Malbin, Joy Simonhoff,
Marcia Kohl, Fiances Cohen, Rose-
mond Rubin. Celia Dobrin. EUith
Shier and Hortense Beckwitt. The
meeting was held at the home of
Miss Edith Shier.
A community treat is scheduled
for this Sunday, May 21, when the
local lodge of B'nai B'rith will
sponsor a beach social from 11 A.
M., all afternoon, at the Lenox
Vvenue approach.
Each family is to bring its own
basket, and drinks will be provided.
There are cash prizes for games.
Committee in charge are Louis K.
Goldman, chairman; Irving Levey
and Joseph Rutberg.
The public is urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sussman
have as their house guest, Mrs.
Sussinan's brother, Irving Schmeiz-
ner of San Francisco, Calif.
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, new presi-
dent of Beth David Sisterhood,
who was installed last Sunday
night.
The Florida Association of Work.
er I i the Blind are sponsoring a
benefit luncheon Tuesday, May 26,
beginning at noon at the Southern
Cafeteria, which is donating a por-
tion of the proceeds to the organi-
zation. In charge of arrangements
is a i mmittee headed by Mrs. IsL
*W Cohen and Mrs. F. A. Battey.
The public is urged to attend be-
cause of the importance of the
work involved.
Burnett Roth of Orlando, Fla..
prominent government attorney,
announces the opening of law of-
fices in the Seybold building.
Mr. Roth attended the grade
schools of Daytona Reach and Or-
lando.
Upon graduation he received a
Fellowship to New York Univer-
sity where he proceeded to a study
of International Law and Finance.
At the completion of that work he
was appointed Assistant Compli-
ance Attorney with the NBA In
New York. He was later trans-
ferred to the Legal Division of the
Resettlement Administration in
Washington.
lie is past chancellor of Tau Sp-
-ilon Phi fraternity; a member of
Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary
scholastic business fraternity; Tau
Kappa Alpha, honorary debating
society: B'nai Brith, F.Iks and the
Young Democratic Club.
He is the -on of llvnian Roth of
Orlando, and a brother of Nat
Roth, Man Roth and Dan Roth, of
Miami anil Miami Beach.
British Banks Warned
Not to lend to German)
As Bankruptcy Impends
A popular member of the younger
set in Daytona Beach is active in
politieal life this season. Miss
Mollie Stein has announced as a
eaicdidate for presidential elector in
Group Five.
She is a member of the board of
directors of the local Y. W. C. A.,
and acted as secretary pro tern of
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HAROLD C.
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AN ESTABLISHED
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SAM W. DAVIS
LONDON (WNS) While Brit-
ish banks and insurance companies
have received confidential warn-
ings from high government sources
w refuse any further credits to
Germany and to withdraw as
quickly as possible their resources
trom that country because com-
Your
County
Commissioner
District No. 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Portnoff were
Sunday to a group of their
Wends at an informal muaicale at
their home in Miami Beach. Mr.
Portnoff displayed a collection of
antique musical instruments am
Bve a talk of their history.
Miss Evelyn Raff sang several
selections accompanied by Mana-
Zucca; Mr. Portnoff played original
violin numbers accompanied by
Miss Frieda Miller, and Mrs. Port-
noff gave vocal solos accompanied
'>' Mr. Portnoff.
Members of the Onyx Klub met
fuesday evening at the home of
Miss Gladys Greenberg. Miss Eve-
ly Marks, president, appointed
Commissioner
District No. 3
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W. ROSS BURTON
Candidate for
JUDGE
CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
The Lawyers of Dade County Will
Tell You!
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And HE'S QUALIFIED
HELP ELECT HIM!
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Liday, May 22, 1986
Orlando Notes
Mr. Dave Falk of Tampa, presi-
L it of the Merchants' Association
rf Florida, presided at the State
Leeting which was held in the Or-
l|amlo Chamber of Commerce build-
li'nK Tuesday. Mr. Mack Roth of
.ytona, vice president, also at-
tended this
meeting.
Mr. Ben Cohen returned from a
!.;',, to Philadelphia.
Rev. and Mrs. B. Safer, Mr. and
I Mrs M. Safer and son, Mr. and
Mi-. ,\. !. Haimovits and daugh-
id.-, Misses Doll and Pearl Safer,
Lpent the week-end in Jackson-
ville
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Congre-
Igation Ohev Sholem held its annual
(installation of officers Wednesday
Lfternoon at a luncheon at the
Iperrydell. An elaborate and en-
L..-tuinii"-- program was arranged.
IV officers installed were Mrs.
H. Salomon, president; Mrs. II
. vice president; Mrs. H.
Kottlen in, tn asurer; Mrs. B. J.
ording secretary; Mrs.
M. Safer, corresponding secretary.
[Mrs. Jo ph Wolfe, retiring presi-
a brief resume of the
. 01 k. Seventy-five guests
led.
Mr, ii. Friedlander of Lake
;. \ i.-itor in Orlando
Mr. Lipke of Brooklyn, N. Y..
returned home after spending the
in Orlando.
\l a u r i c e LaBellman returned
three-weeks' visit in New
the Eunice Page Beas-
studio were pr< tented
I,n the annual spring recital of the
lay night at the Munici-
uditorium. The pupils gave
I program of acrobatic,
. ballet and tap dances in
: solo numbers. Elabo-
imes and colorful Btage
were an added attraction.
| : taking part in the program
. i Thelma and Barbara
Mi lam and Florence Kot-
I tleman. Stanley Becker, Shirley
[Brave man, Carolyn Becker, Edith
. Marion Hoffman a n d
I Phyllis Si well.
cacies and punch. Assisting in
serving were Mrs. Sam Harris and
Mrs. H. Talisman, sister of the
bride-elect.
Mr. and Mrs. ,Ia, Rosenberg en-
tertained at a beach party recent-
ly in their summer home honoring
Miss Esther Hackel and their son,
Montague Rosenberg, whose mar-
riage was an event of May 10th.
Miss Esther Hackel, whose mar-
riage to Montague Rosenberg took
place Sunday, was the lovely hon-
or guest at a bridge luncheon by
Mrs. Martin Sack. Prises at the
tables for holders of high Bcore
were hois d'ueuvrcs holders anil
were won by Mrs. Joseph Bern-
stein of Boston, Mrs. Morris El-
terman of Nashville and Mrs. Wil-
liam Rosenberg.
The president introduced Miss
Beatrice Peiser, chairman of pro-
grams, who presented Mrs. a. Lee
Howell and Prof. William Meyer,
pianists, who played several selec-
tions.
A short business session was pre-
sided over by Mrs. I.ippman, who
Announced her new executive hoard
.or the year, consisting of the fol-
lowing members:
Honorary member Mrs. Flora T.
Max; religion and museum, Mrs.
Sidney J. Brown; religious school,
Mrs. Barney Hirschberg; union-
brams, Mi.-. Hugo Mark; propa-
ganua and membership, Mrs. Law-
len.e M. Lippman; Young Folk-
Temple League, Mrs. Leonard II.
Qrunthal; peace. Mrs. Archie l'ul-
ry; sunshine, Mrs. Henry Jacobs,
Mi-s lassie Joel; milk and Cradle
Roll, Mrs. Estelle C. Stern.
Huipit decorations, Mr-. David
Davis; temple home interior, Mrs.
M J. Greenblatt; grounds and ten-
nis court, Mrs. M. W. Barwald;
hospitality, Mrs. Charles K. Hill-
yer; publicity, Mrs. Arthur S. Mey-
erson; program, Mrs. Martin Sack;
literature, Miss Beatrice Peiser;
sewing Mrs. Pauline Berlack; ca-
tering, Mrs. .1. M. Glickstein; tel -
phone, Mrs. Walter Nathan; Bister.
Hood exchange, Mrs. A. Sommer;
ways and means. Mrs. I. I.. Kaplan.
Upon the conclusion of her re-
port, Mrs. I.ippman was presented
ALVIN WALDER
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
hy Mrs. M. j. Greenblatt in the
name of the executive board with
an artistic green glazed piece of
pottery holding a large arrange-
ment of Bpring flower.-.
It was announced that a lunch-
eon and card party will I,,, given in
the Temple Home on May 22, and
all are asked to save the date. It
was announced that a Parent-
Teacher Association will be organ-
ized in the religious school at an
early date.
Page Seven
Jewish people, the rights and of America. The convention also
claims and sanctities of all Jews, denounced Nazi Germany's destruc-
m
The World's
World I
i Continued from Page 1 I
people will destroy those very
ideals. And so with a solitary
voice of no authority except the
authority of its good will, except
the authority of its love of the
Jewish people I call upon that peo-
ple in America to unite Zionist..
and non-Zionists. Mizrachi and
Histadruth and Revisionists, Ortho-
dox and Conservative and Re-
formed, B'nai B'rith and all other
organizations and all individual
men and women and youths of '< W-
ish birth who wander in the World
unallied to any union of their peo-
pleI call upon them all to unite,
to be at one, to form a solidarity
toward the salvation and libera
tion of Israel without which none
of them, no group and no individ-
ual, can be liberated or can be
saved or can carry out or embody
.'i act ii ii any specific ideal of any
group or of any individual.
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The World Congress gives us the
opportunity and the objective. And
what precisely we need is the op-
portunity and the objective. We
need an instrument for a Front
populaire of the Jewish
'i he World Congress is such an in-
strument. The World Congress is
igainsl anything or anyone, It
is for the Jewish people, the entire
be they where they are It is de-
termined to bring to the attention
of a brutal world the needs and
plight and historic rights of the
entire Jewish peoplenot of this
group or that -and to wring from
the world sonic measure of decency,
some measure of justice. Jews id"
America, unite! You have noth-
ing to lose but your fears! You
have your liberation and redemp-
tion to gain!
(Copyright, 1886, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
lion of the German labor uuions.
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Jacksonville News
Mi- Esther Hackel, whose mar-
i Montague Rosenberg was
an event of Sunday in the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
lieph Hackel. in Riverside, was the
I guest of honor last week in the
Hackel home at a cocktail party
Iriven b) the three sisters of the
jbride-elect, Mrs. Joseph Bernstein
Iff Nev York, Miss Margie Hackel
lof Washington, D. C, and Miss
[Tibby Hackel.
Invites
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VOTE FOR
A. S. GOLDMAN
Candidate for
CONSTABLE
District No. 2
Courteous and Efficient Service
Subject to Democratic Primary,
June 2, 1936
Vour Vole and Support Will Be
Appreciated
A bl SINESS MAN
Not .lust a Political
Asp i" nt lor Public Office
I am making no political
prOmites because I evpect to
>ote for the things the ma-
Jorit) of Dade Count) citizens
waul, even though it may be
contrary to my opinions.
I have often thouitlu 1 would
like to be truly represented in
our governmentDo you feel
likew ise?
VOTE FOR
JOHN K.
TILTON
At the June 2nd Primary
South Bend. Ind. (WNS)- Unal-
terable opposition to Nazism, Fas-
cism, Communism "and other
movements which detract the at-
tention of labor from unionism"
was expressed in a resolution
adopted at the annual convention
of the United Automobile Workers
I
Unimpeachable Honesty.
Training. Experience and
Achievement Qualify Him
ELECT
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G0ID3TEIN
Tax
Dade County Needs
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RE-ELECT
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Thomas S. (Tom) !
FERGUSON

TSTICE OF PEACE
District No. 2
We tried him
He made good
Let's keep him
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Complimenting Miss Jeanette
IMicheli n, whose engagement to I
Eddie Harris was recently an-
nounced, Mrs. Joseph Bartley, .Mrs.
Max l.eitman and Mrs. Nathan
iPriedlin, aunts of the bridegroom-
elect, i.tertained with a bridge
I Party and miscellaneous shower
Mt week in the home of Mrs.
[Bartlej in Sp ingfield.
At the end of several rounds of
|rd games, the holders of high
each table were awarded
[beautiful lace trimmed linen hand-
kerchiefs. The winners of these
Iprizes were: Mrs. Hannah Blaf-
'"'' Miss Esther Blattner. Mrs.
Sa"i Carlton, Mrs. Sidney L. Blatt-
[""" Mrs. p. L. Samson, Mrs. R. J. !
I Gordon and Mrs. H. Rosenzvaig.
The hostesses served a delicious
lce course with homemade deli-
DAN HARDIE
SAYS:
Honesty and
Moral Courage
Are the Main Requirements
For Sheriff
VOTE FOR
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Ldav. May 22, 1036
Political Briefs
Grady Burton, whose sensation-
I ^e in four weeks to leadership
If, thc campaign for governor, hit
the next to last week of, the cam-
IpaiKn i" vigorous stride opening
Iwith a sensational rebuke to the
hrail ot the duPont interests in
Ipiorida who has replied to his
Large* llf P|ot t0 contro1 thc
Imrimsriea and enact a transaction
or sales tax.
Burton's rebuke to the head of
the duPont organization was the
[hi'irhliglit "f tn campaign week.
Burton has charged the dul'ont
interest- and the Tax Revision
I League with lobbying for the
transaction or sales tax, with a
Lecret scheme to control the next
[legislature in this primary and
[with pretending to Democratic loy.
|altv while financing a Jackson-
[vill'e Republican newspaper, The
iKiorida Beacon.
Burtei' opposes the slot ma
[thinea, the two-job practice, par-
1,20ns for hardened criminals, ami
I.,.,, M| lax. He favors a pure
Li-hool fund, old-age pensions, a
[Democratic platform convention,
m and state advertising.
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Nine
| ers. His many friends urge that
, a younger man than the incumbent
. is needed in office, and that the
i State of Florida, as all other
j states, cannot succeed unless young
men are given an opportunity to
serve the public. "Give the young
man a chance" is Mr. Lancaster's
. slogan in this campaign.
returned to the office, to continue
the high standard he has main-
tained since his appointment.
With a record of having been
I,he first "freshman" Congressman
i Civil War with two pieces
I majoi legislation to his credit,
I.!,'. Hon. I. Mark WilcOX began his
n for re-election this week
ng to a large crowd of
I at BayTront Park.
Mr. Wilcox discussed his record
I i tail, outlining his work in the
, Bankruptcy Act, and the
|National Defense Act.
"I supported the legislative pro-
[ of In' administration." Mr.
. said "and have been criti-
foi so doing. I have no
[apology to make. This is the first
1 al administration that has
I nized the rights of thc lalwr-
I ing man and the farmer, and I am
I at the part 1 have had in
I gram. While I did not draft
lome Owners Loan Corpora-
i participated in the con.
which bred the thought,
I ami helped put it through."
"The n al friends of the old-age
program are working to
ct the Social Security plan,
I which places the burden on those
I able to pay instead of taxing each
land ever) transaction two per cent
I ami paying pensions to rich and
I poor alike."
"Friends of the old folks will
I vote for those who will help them,
land nut those who will make wild
I promise that cannot be kept."
Sam W. Davis, well-known pro-
prietor of the Stonewall Pharmacy,
I is an active candidate for the of-
llice of County Commissioner of
I District :(. Mr. Davis is 49 years
I old and came to Miami in 1923.
He has hten active in public life
of the county, is now vice presi-
dent of the Wyndwood Park Im-
provement Association, on the
Board of Governors of the Dade
I Federation of Improvement Asso-
ciations, is a Mason, an Elk and
member and officer of other fra-
ternal and improvement associa-
tions. He pledges lower taxes, the
warding of Dade County contracts
to residents whenever possible, and
reasonable old-age pensions.
W. Ross Burton, candidate for
' the office of Judge of the Civil
Court of Record, has never held
public office nor been in politics.
He holds three degrees from Co-
lumbia University and is well
qualified by education and experi-
ence. Mr. Burton promises fair
and square treatment to all in the
Civil Court of Record, if he is
elected, as well as friendly and
I courteous treatment. His many
: friends point to his record as an
attorney and his reputation gained
through long practice.
Roy E. (Pop) Brown, candidate
for Collector of Taxes for Dade
County, Is a native Floridian and
has been a resident of Miami for
tl past 30 years. lie came t<>
Miami as as < I for the American
Express Co., which position he
held for 12 years. Since then he
has been with the llili Bros. Co.
one of the large wholesale grocer)
homes in this area, and is now its
vice president. He i- married and
i ne daughter, He urges bis
election and pledges a business ad-
ministration of the office in the
all the taxpayers of
the county.
Harry Goldstein, the incumbent
in the office of Tax Collector foi
County, is asking for elec-
tion to the office on his record of
efficiency, and accomplishment
while serving in the office since
last November. Mr. Goldstein has
served in the Legislature of Flor-
ida, is a past commander of the
American Legion and has been ac-
tive in many civic and fraternal M
ganizatibha throughout the state.
He is an accountant of note and
achieved distinction in that field,
having been president of the Mi-
ami chapter, Florida Institute of
Accountants, and vice president of
I he state body. He promises, if
BOBBINS ROOFING A SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible Hoofers Since 1919
Inspections and Estimates Free
222 N. W. 2tith St. Phone 2-.'J70."i
LETS PUT NEW BLOOD
in the
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
John K. Tilton, former prac-
ticing attorney who retired from
active practice because of his
health, and now proprietor of the
Tilton Drug Co. of Coral Gables,
is actively campaigning for the
state senate from Dade County. He
pledges an honest representation
of the county's interests, a fair and
impartial weighing at all times of
the county's and state's needs, and
action as the representative of all
the people and not a favored few.
He asks that the voters study his
qualification, his past record, and
his ability before they cast their
votes. His many friends urge that
alter this study the voters cannot
help but cast their ballots for Mr.
Tilton.
guests with a number of novelty
songs and dances .after which
dancing was enjoyed by the guests.
At midnight delightful refresh-
ments were served.
Mr. \V. I. Keuer is a member of
the well-known firm of Bloomfield-
Feuer Realty Co., and is prominent
in business and social circles on
-Miami Beach.
The regular meeting for May of
the local Bnai Brith Lodge will be
held next Monday evening, May 25
at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall!
Thc meeting was advanced one
day because of the Shvuoth Holi-
day which begins the following
night. Important business matters
and matters concerning the local
community will be discussed at this
meeting.
in the chior without compensation.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan was again
requested to serve as spiritual ad-
viser.
Others elected were: I. Levin,
vice president; A. Wertheimer, fi-
nancial secretary; Leonard Ep-
stein, recording secretary; J. Ger-
ald Lewis, Mrs. Morris Plant, and
E. Max Goldstein, trustees for 3
years; M. Victor Miller, Max
Nankin and Leo Ackerr.ian, trus-
tees for 1 year.
Harold C. Coatello, prominent
attorney, is actively waging a bat-
lie for the office of County Com
misaioner from District l. He
came to Dade County in 1922 and
has always taken an active part in
the civic, welfare and communal
activitii ,.t the county. He iia
served ably as trustee of the school
district, Is married and the father
ot three children, two of whom are
attending public schools. His many
friends point to the fact that hi
has a splendid knowledge of con
ditions throughout the county,
which will enable him to act sound,
ly on all matter.- that will come be-
fore the County Commissioners.
T. D., better known to his host
friends throughout the state of
Florida as "Ted" Lancaster, is
"aging an active campaign for the
hf'ce of State Treasurer. As
Clerk of the Circuit Court at Ma-
ri0l> County, Mr. Lancaster has
m ency in office, ability and the
W|Hingness to administer the of-
"* m the interests of the taxpay-
ERNEST R.
WILLIAMS
And Make
HONESTY IN OFFICE'
More Than a Campaign
Slogan!
(Pid for by Friend)
Society
A surprise party was given by
Airs. W. I. Feuer in honor of her
husband's birthday last Friday eve-
ning at their home.
The house was beautifully deco-
rated with cut flowers and tropi-
cal plants. Little Corriniie Feuer
and Sylvia Frisch entertained ihe
Herbert U. Feibeiman, Miami
attorney, was unanimously re-
elected president of Temple Israel,
at the eleventh annual meeting
held Tuesday evening in Kaplan
Hall. The meeting presented a
number of unusual features. It
was Mr. Feibelman's eleventh con-
secutive election to office. He waa
the i ongregation'a first secretary
and served nine years in that ca-
pacity, lie was e.ected president
in 1'. 35, succeeding D. J. Apte,
prom n. ; Miami l.udi man.
financial reports submitted at
Tuesday's meeting showed the
largest paid membership since the
beginning of the depression. The
budget was balanced for the first
iii the history of the institu-
tion, :.n I '.In- attendance was con-
side : li largest In number of
years.
In his annual report, Mr. Fiebel-
man attributed the progress of the
Temple during the past year to
prevailing good times under the
Roosevelt regime.
in. !'. A. Caret, chairman of the
Choir Committee, in behalf of the
organization, presented to Mrs.
Feibeiman a traveling bag in ap-
preciation ot her years 6t service
Officers of Beth David Sister-
hood were formally inducted into
office at a dinner held in the Tal-
mud Torah Hall of Beth David last
Sunday night. -Mrs. Max Shapiro
delivered the invocation, with Mrs.
S. G. Rose acting as toastmaster.
Among those who spoke during the
evening were Sydney H. Palmer,
president of Beth David; Mrs. M.
Robinson, retiring president of the
Sisterhood; Mrs. Sol Rotfort, new
president; Peritz Schelnberg in bc-
hall of the junior congregation,
and Rabbi Max Shapiro, who de-
livered the principal address of the
evening. Mrs. Louis Weinkle was
presented a life mi mbership en-
graved on a silver card by Mrs.
Stan ey C. Myi n us a token of ap-
preciation 1'nni the Sisterhood.
Mrs. .Joseph M. Fine, a past presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, was install-
ing officer. Mrs. Robinson, retir-
ing president, was given a silver
gift for her services by Mrs. L.
Hart/, for the Sisterhood. Mrs.
Harry Oliphani, chairman of the
arrangements committee, spoke
briefly. Taking part in the musi-
cal program were Evelyn Raff and
Freda Miller. Rabbi Ji i b II. Kap-
lan of Temple Israel nounced
the benediction.
RE-ELECT
Grady Burton Hits Full Stride
Nell K. Walker
For
Dade County School Hoard
District 3
< I'.otl Political Ailv, ni>,.im-iil l
From all over Florida press clippings and telegrams show
Grady Burton, courageous Wauchula candidate for governor, put
on a tremendous burst of speed last month to pass the leaders
early in May and hit the home stretch in a strong, steady stride
that Will carry him to the finish line June 2 well ahead of the field.
ELECT
W. E. VAN LOON
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
(Ptd PolitUnl Adv*rtuwwit)
INVISIBLE
GLASS
The first installation of
"Invisible Glass" in the
South has been made in
B U R D I N E S
"Palm Beach Shop"
Display Window
On First Street side, next
to Miami Avenue.
As usual, in keeping
with the trend in modern
store front and display
window designsthis in-
stallation is being made by
BINSWANGER & CO.
1212N.E. Second Ave.
S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr.
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Ten
THE JEWISH FLORHHAN ____
Friday, May g
'9
Political Briefs
William ;'. Jo
1 County, is asking
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th
isiness
: :
IS I
d in office
e time
.- II luties of tl
-
cperiei
many out, Mr. Joyce
chosen purchasing agent.
%.-.
.- ion ti
.. the d
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Je ry Carter, thoujrh born in Al-
I as i'ii a resident of Flor-
i many years. He served the
stat< of Florida as hotel commis-
ind s at the pres<......
issioni i to i state.
ly recently a de-
in tel< | h< n
I to the benefit t sandt
. (payers of th< ite.
appc
state, irrespective if
:, an i l- run.. a.LTTiit'._' :' r the
of go rernor as "Jerry the
Commoner." Fi >m reports recei
m i arter foi Governoi hi a
,. -. Mr. Cartel will be in the final
n ary.
-
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is ;i ;"..
Mr. H
leputy Bh
assistant I | f
i \
civic and frai
nterests com-
munity. His man] friends urge his
. xpei ience and ffice en-
title I
i .
Mr. H is resided
Bea as:

.. South B
I i \ itioi
were
... .,,,,. non-Jews now
1
H
ei -
'
...; rec-
;
m.
ge E. Holt, active '.a
; fi ssor of law at the L'ti ive sitj
Miami and acknowl lg au-
thority oi t : :'-' ntl al fa is. is
waging i ampaign for the
si itui< in group :. lit- is urg-
inc a readjustment of representa-
tion al Tallahassee, so that Dade
( anty will be re] in ac-
cordance with its population, and
also urgi t othi itractivi egis-
lation designed .:. in-
only i'-. state affaii s, and
the counties so that they may re-
. eive the pro| >rti i at i shares
i'.- tax< | aid by them. His
fri< nds as a student of
public affairs :. >ne of the oj
nents are equal to Mr. Holt and
that i1 to the benefit of
.. and particularly of
Dade County, for the voters to
elect Mr. Holt.
According I I i
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a Pal A 'ai i
.
1 I .
it if I enacted thou
inds lerl;
to s
,;ie year-. Cai lion JJ -
ai the <
e of -". ''
assistai I I Mai
a
.... ai ate f
ir i ss.
i". I
\... 5, asking
for re-eli rods tne
- of the district which cm-
- Miami B his record
. and the im-
adn thi ai -
f this ol s in
M I1

Miami B
s served as n
idge, on 1
m
i ganiza-
isks I
ds a
abilities of i

tatjon for his fairness and com
..., and the impartial administra-
te riendB uir('
. ion will be an evi-
; id des r<.......' "'
I
'-
ceivinghis
. ols of
its '
Ki kland has been
of Dadi
i- now
i the office of bu-
. n: for the
.. hi /i
the api mingt of the
... dges that if
will administer the af-
,0 thai illegal registration
and the padding of the voters' lists
wiH bi ted. He has pointed
to othei much needed reforms, he
pledges to bring into effect if chos-
en supervisor of registration.
Cominu to the forefro,
race for Sheriff of Dj
ni
a newcomer in the
-
ideCo,
Ernest R. Williams. Mr w'JJJ
is basing his | I
on the plea that il uy /
out of but
the ii ii
He offers his
i ''': I......
fication for the
liams is 11 yea and /
operating, I

Partnert. I
the White Swan i Iry anJv
al ice I o I
ing concerns in th
Murry Grossman, active
n-Jewish comn
I la le Cou r a num-
j. ars, ipport
N >. 5 in

of that district. Mr. G ---
pu
-. has fe irlessly
nent t<
Mr.
-
'
lent
aniza
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I
foref
; I .
.
hi many -
which
omn
ifficials. He is asking for
I ecause of his record of
in public, communal and
work.
I tan Har lie, elected t
years an
this
ion t ffice i wl h
he was removed -
ti ths
eh ction. Mr. Hardii
ses to the voters, has
as thi mse
refusal to submit to the goven
ii -
.
Hardie urges coters
mtj
nly effe
nmei rid
. -
it. is

is s sevi
...
fter hi
. F. Brown,

' i
i
. f r a t e ri
i
ns wl ghoul .
ffice to which
I \ n be-
far 1019 ii
Dade Count; as a
f the Dade I n ty Ex-
. :
the oi
I tb :
irts
Sell Walker, now a member of
Dade County school board for
district N'o. 8, is i candidate foi
ectioi to this office. She
points to her knowlc Ige of s hool
in more than
x years of ai hing expe-
ir the s<" ? Dadi Coun-
i y, and the i x gained in
he past two years as a membei
school board. Mrs. Walker
is the original.....f the Walker
-. designed to ascertain the
dge of e si udi ; f 1 lade
and what stu lit
,fin ,i~ they
advance during 100I j ars.
i i mu ii > nimenda-
. vot-
ers are act ki
1 hei recoi d in offii e.
'I truly beliei thai | hai|
restored the faith 0f the
of Dade Count) r< irdia,
sheriffs office. Ii l8 Boa fJn.
Honing without a aeinUL'a
corruption, and is honorably 4
ministered."
(Signed) 11. i. kii.KMan. ,
D. C. COLENM
FOR SHERIFF
iPaid Political AdvertiseifttS
hy Friends)
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FOR
: \te
Rr;*RES2NTATIVi;

I
RE-ELECT
Clement L. Theed
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. A B, itive o1
tucky, sident of 1 la
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idgi
the offici
H
lentific-d
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One Good '. i n >>.-..
A nol i
RE i
JUSTICE OF PEACE
No. 3 District
*
RAY M.
WATSON
Your Vole and Support
Will Be Appreciated
i 0
t n Paid :' i i

Tom Woods, for the past ten
-
....
Mi '
e n
had V
i-na.or and edut atoi
ten on many scientifi ts. He
a splendid
ber of the school board, during
which term he was pn sident. Mr.
Marshall taught the Kaufman set-
tlement house in Pittsburgh, Pa..
CONSTABLE
3rd District
Precincts ">l to :>ii inclusive
lP!d for b]
VOTE I
"Pop"
R0YE.BR
DADE COUNTY
TAX COLLECTOR
Pioneer Miamian
Dade Count) Dcmocratit
Primaries in June
(Paid Political Adwtliement)