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

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

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

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MIAMI, FLORIDA, PRIDAT, MAY 29, 1936

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THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
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This column is copyrighted by
,l. Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
,;,!,.. Reproduction in whole or
in part strictly forbidden. Any
Infringement on this copyright
will be prosecuted.
"SHAVUOT"
loyalty to a much deepei and a
i'ai- subtler truth.
Is there anything here thut i.- in-
disputable? Yes. it is this: that
every one of those human groups
who we call peoples, whatever their
Lee to Pay Full
School Funds
TALLAHASSEE, May 28.
Florida Bchool teachers and l>us
drivers
Adler Letter
Brings Expose
Xew York (WNS) An eleventh
Monila school teachers and hus .. .
. ... ... ,, ,. hour attempt by the American
Invers will get their full state ap- .. .. ... ,,
. ,- .. Jewish committee to halt the \\o,rld
iropnation ol ten and a hall mil- .. .
, Jewish t ongresa was disclose"
.ion dollars this year. Comptroller ,, ,, ,. ,. ... ., ,
.... .. through a "confidential letter i>
.1. M. Lee announced today alter ... .,
who we call peoples, whatever their ... .,',., Dr. ( vrus Adler, preside"! ..t
. advising the governor the states ....
origin or whatever the principle of e .,.,_ ,, .. ,, committee, circularized t
_. i general tund ha- S-MI..IXKI available ... .
r Sha- their cohesion, produced in that age .. American rabbinate.
.... tor transter to schools immediately,
in re- in which it assumed or devc oped ., ,,... ,. ,, r
Will' the rcmilllllMI' X > 2R (II ( in TVi.. ,.mn ntn tvt of I
T l.ast of ShavoutChag
Feast of Weekswas in re- in which it assumed or developed
mote antiquity a harvest festival those characteristics that made it
while the remaining 220,000 to The complete text of Dr. Adler's
.......timiitv n harvest festival those characteristic- that made n ,, ... .... ... .... .
mote aiitniuiiy a """"l *v ... make full ten and a half million letter, written on olticial American
j ,..,,,.. it.; name to the circuill- differ throughout its history Irom .... ., ,, r ,
aml owes us name m (ire >." i o W]1| |. avin]anit, f,.on, tag galee Jewjgn Committee stationery, fol-
iiiuiv .....-.-,.. ... nmi\c iuii ten mm it nun miiiiou letter, written on oiucini .\niciono
.ndowes its name to the circum- differ throughout its history from wi|| u. avai|al(lt, fron, ta Jewfgh Committee gtationery, fol-
,unce that its date was fixed us fellow-peoples even as one hu- ;..... (,m. mi |eyy Mm June m ^
Mven weeks after the barley wen. man personality differs from an- ,, ia ,lu. ,irst time in histol.v thut
fici; of Pessach. But from early other-that every such group pro- ^^.^ ^.]mu]> ^ ^.^ th
Talmudic times on this probable duced in that age of its becoming a fu|| |egl8lative appropi.iation and
origin was overlaid or half forgot- vision and a myth and a record ot .g ^^ ^ ,|m(|Unt st.hoo)s re_
"PERSONAL AND NOT FOR
PUBLICATION"
"May 20, 1936.
and the Feast of Weeks came central experience comfortable to (.(,iv(.(i ^ V(,.u.
the commemoration of the Us character and expressive there. ..Far u.um endangering
jiving and accepting of the Law of. And the record ol this expert- promiged reduction in the tax mill-
Sinaiseman mattan tora- ence, by virtue of which a people Bg ||h. ,,..mstVl. >e.hools win ..,
,enu the time of the giving of became this people. ,- precipitated j,eave ,h(. gtate t|,.asu,v in sha|)L. M ,
,he law. '" 8'Pture, a writing, a record,.^ i,|M;i|. t)u, promi8ed tW(1 mill Unit
1, will he useful to recall the ex- which bears the same relation to m a[|(| poggibly ., greater reduc- World Jewish Congress and frc
act final words in which the book that people which a high work of t|(m Comptroller Lee stated. "Sola point of view which 1 think y~_
Shemoth (Names) or Exodus j art bears to the artist from whose .generou8 has been the response of WH] understand cannot be pre-
tral fact of Jewish expert- t"1"1 being that work arose. Not |j|(i tnxpaying publfc to my ap- gented in any public statement.
. i- summed up: "Ye have seen everything in the poem of a great ( ., ( r ,,.,,.., llc.ha|f of th(. ,vithout con8idering whether you
am venturing to approach you
am some other rabbis in th"
ited States concerning the
om
mi
Plan to Colonize
Jews in Ethiopia
NEW YORK. (WNS i A plan
gross in Geneva this summer, they
would claim to represent the 16,-
000,000 Jews of the world. Such
a meeting would, I have reason to
believe, be followed by a call for a
pan-Arabic Congress which W( i
not only include the Aral's of Pal-
estine, but also of Egypt, Syria,
Trans-Jordan, Iraq and Hedjaz.
efore them all these words ter and fate are one.
Yaveh commanded him. And **> clans of common origin o,
people answered together of supposed y common wn^-
All that Vaveh hath dered loosely cohesvem the des.
... ., arts between the valleys of the mie
We Wl" l'- and the Jordan. They were idol-
. called the contents of this ators amid idolators. Why did
the central fact of Jewish they not remain so and perish so to settle 20,(..... German Jews .n
e. Now that word expert- with the other Arabic and Canaan- Ethiopia .- being negotiated by
. be interpreted in various itjgh tribes? We do not know. Germany and Italy, it was reported And it might aiso g0 even fu
It may he interpreted in the We do know that there glimmered in a Berlin dispatch to the New and Mng a|mu( a pan.Mosiem
a] orthodox way: that in the souls the vision of their god York rimes, rhe proposed_ plan movemcnt which wouid bring in the
was the literal traffic be- being Cod. the "I am that 1 am" would d out unde. the ex- Moglems ,,,,,
^d and M.....s and the chiL or the -I am thai l^hall V^the 1st rm.n^han agreement ^
' --' 2LS" And ""''I b"w aS Jcoh on from German, to Italy, ous objections to a World Jewish
given and accepted. And them a Law, apt ir v Germany Co oint of view of
-'.....W that I re, "*V[l*^ .
'view profoundly n the otto peop J ^ ^ .^
I ">' -';';. f"0; ;" '"d ;: ,. ,', : ," t0 take with them a limited ,,, mainly with ,
between that heln to bjdtolflj their capital. This cap- to Pah
m ol those who aver that survive and thai doiat. the Jews in |a8t fev, years, the most consider-
rtorical .rounds, forever obedience to an ethical command, adva,; ,. vjv ,,,. that you ,v,.l use
the orthodox, with the be- made so by austere avonian e of he *Md^-gJJJ ^ yur influence in your own com-
. with those who affirm the the iodlatries and licenses or the Italy. lh numj!y )o p d plfl to ab-
endous experience recorded in surrounding pagan world made so would ^, ,,,,,,.,..,, stain from participating ,n the
imperishable words by sanctifying, by rendering meta- m8nj becauw t wouia ^^ |h|- congreM< If lts
pLsically significant, every act of huge amounts ol Italian In, held cannot be pt.rsua(led t0
; eating and drinking and be- ,. Germany. ReporU of a plan i i may iK.r.
Sitting and the care of the poor to settle German JJ-"^^ liap, reaUze that, in view of the
i rUmrers and the bereft and were current a year ago Ml
and strangers ana hi ..... ________ Pmneror Hade
Pres. Roosevelt
Issues Statement
New York (WNS)What was
tantamount to an official indict-
ment of the Nazi anti-Jewish pol-
icy was made by President Roose-
velt in a message delivered through
Secretary of the Interior Ickes to
an audience of more than 1,00(1
gathered to pay tribute to Mr.
Ickes at a testimonial dinner ten-
dered him by the United Palestine
Appeal at the Hotel Astor. Em-
phasizing the right of minorities
"to lead a normal, civilized life,"
the president was quoted by Mr.
Ickes as follows:
"It is my privilege to bring to
you tonight a greeting from the
President of the United States, ex-
pressing his interest in what you
are trying to do. He has charged
me to say to you who are an in-
tegral and valued element in the
nation, (hat he is distressed and
disturbed by the reversion in cer-
tain parts of (he world to days and
deeds of an era which all enlight-
ened people had long hoped would
never return. It is his conviction
that so long as minorities of the
nations of the world are deprived
of liberty of though! and religion,
and the right to lead a normal, civ-
ilized life there can be no true and
permanent understanding between
the nations. The president ex-
presses through me to you. the rep-
resentatives of a great and virile
race, the hope that calmer and
more dispassionate judgments will
prevail and asserts the belief that
the government of (he I nited
Stales, ill carrying out the will of
(he people, will ever give watchful
care to the minorities within il*
borders, and will maintain invio-
late those vital richls that are
guaranteed by (he constitution
even to the most humble of our
citizens."
Hut there is, sober fact, another
way of regarding the entire mat-
'" which has always been uncon-
"' which has always been uncon- am, stran(jers and the bereft and were current a year ago \ ^ ^ situ.ltion in Pak.stini,, the
aciously latent within the orthodox ,in r ana harvesting ami buying representative of hmpe.o. postponement of the proposed con.
W Hteralistic point of view. That 1H and rulc and obedience Selassie discussed the mai.e, advisable.
i- to say: belief is so hard or ^ a,, peace. They became Jewish leaders in London.
f,- ,'...,., .. ____________ and war an i _----------------------- "I (io not advise public addresses
fatten. Intuition and presage con-
more than half of it and
many believers have always known
hat their affirmation, credal or
itic or controversial, of his-
.. :.son of being a "l do not auvise piium ""-~"
" |HK>ple Z non Pagan people, WARSAW. (WXS)-A group of or public meetings at which it
holy PWPJ"'* .im, austere unemployed Jewish technicians and woul(, be inBdvisablc to advance the
'"r^L ,-e a l>e..|>le still- chauffeurs have appealed to the conglderations I have mentioned
,H u m s throughout the ages Italian embassy here to send them above> hut do advise private
Millions tniouj.ii"">' ...... .,... Tfco r.,iiiest. was for-____.:___A <.nnv.>r throughout the ages Italian emoassj ov.v ^ --------- aU0ve, nui i u .....-
7k -""-'- ""'..... '" ay from to Ethiopia. The request was for- meeting. and conversations to nun-
l and other fact has often been ginned and have fallen awl to^ ^ ^ ^.^ government .^ ^ ^^ g ^ dan.
(Continued on Page 14) ;lI jjome.
""rely the only vehicle at their
al for the expression of their
ger.
"Faithfully yours,
"(Signed) CYRUS ADLER."
A prominent Zionist leader, in
an interview with this writer, com-
mented: "Dr. Adler, who is closely
connected with the non-Zionist
group of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine, could have found other
means of bringing this matter to
the attention of responsible lead-
ers of the Zionist movement. The
truth of the matter, however, is
that Dr. Adler's assertion that the
World Jewish Congress would re-
sult in the calling of a Pan-Mos-
lem congress is, to speak mildly,
preposterous. I challenge Dr. Cy-
rus Adler to appear before a pri-
vate confidential investigating com-
mittee and to prove that he has
any information in his possession
which would justify his letter."
That the confidential letter of
Dr. Adler is the first item of a
systematic and far-flung mail cam-
paign is evidenced from the receipt
of another circular addressed offi-
cially to a large number of Jewish
leaders throughout the country."


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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
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ft Jewish Florid lam
News Tow* Bldg.
rHJfcUXA ONLT .ICWUN WkUiT
PUBLISHED EVKBT FRIDAY
kv th.
JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PUBLISHING CO.
P. O. Box 17I
Miami, Fla.
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
resentation in the legislature and Vigorously assailing the conduct been a resident of Miami Beach for
| a fair division of the revenues of of the schools and promising the more than 15 years and is the or-
; the State on the basis of its popu- elimination of politics and undue ; ganizer and active president of the
lation and the amount it contrib-
utes to the State treasury. Mr.
Phone 2-5304
Ph.n. I-iiil
influence on teachers and employ- South Beach Improvement Asso-
es of the school system, James J. ; ciation.
Holt represents no special interests Marshall, prominent lawyer, scien-
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Clrtulmtion Htuitr
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
and if elected, will go to the Legis-
lature from Group 1 of Dade Coun-
ty, solely in the interests of all the
people and taxpayers of Dade
County.
----T.m Mcond claw tnatUr July 4, 1980. at tii Pwt OMIca at Miami, Flarida,
E,lr a* "cona under lhe Act of March |g 7f.
ST PETERSBURG
RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative
tist, author and educator is asking J. Harvey Robillard, one of the
the vote and support of Dade most active figures in the present
County citizens in his campaign to administration of Miami Beach and
be elected Superintendent of Edu- now its City attorney is waging an
cation for Dade County. Mr. active campaign for the office of
Marshall served as a member of State Senator from Dade County.
Dade County School Board, and as A leader in the fight against the
its president and during his term inclusion of politics in the affairs
established an enviable reputation of the County schools, Mr. Robil-
for fairness and ability. Mr. lard is pledging, if elected, to
ORLANDO
MRS. B S. COHEN
Representative
TAMPA
MRS. M. H. KIS1.KR
Representative
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FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1936
Vol. 9No. 22
The Ballot Box
It is only fair that with the first primaries being held
next Tuesday the Jewish citizens of Florida he vitally inter-
ested in the results. As is well known, the nomination in this
state is practically the election.
Jews are, because of their upbrin^in^. and particularly
because of their innate selves, brought about by thousands of
years of training, interested in good Kovernment. The Jew-
ish people have ever been in the forefront of everything that
was for the betterment and progress of humanity. It there-
fore follows that they have been interested in the bringing
atout ol good government.
We deem it our duty to direct the attention of the Jewish
citizens of the State, first, that they not neglect their duty as
cii/ens. but make it their business to so to the polls next
Tuesday to exercise the sacred right of suffrage, of the
ballot. Second, that before they cast their ballots, spend a
little time to study the actual issues before them, and the
very men, who will, by their votes become the rulers of the
State. Do not take the word of a friend, who for some reason
or other may be selfishly interested. .Make it your business
to study and decide for yourselves.
However, we have and always will contend that when
reaching a decision, the Jew as an American citizen should
carefully weigh in his mind this all-important question .
Has the candidate ever been affiliated with, or expressed
himself as favorable to. anything that is foreign to the Amer-
ican idea of equality or the right of religious freedom?' If
this candidate has acted un-American or been affiliated with
any such movement in any way whatsoever, we respectfully
submit that is the duty of every voter. Jew or non-Jew. to
express their condemnation at the polls.
We have no one particular in mind. However, it pays to
be careful. ____.________________________-
of District :>. His many friends
urge bis election as Constable "
Mr. Grossman's record of unselfish
devotion to the community's wel-
fare, both in public and private life.
They further urge his election be-
cause I hey leel that a man of his
calibre will add prestige to the
community. His many Jewish and
non-Jewish friends are working ac-
tively in his behalf and urge Ins
election a- Constable of District
:, on bis record of ability, service
and platform.
As treasurer of Dade county, as
bank cashier and trust officer, as
head of a bond and investment
business and as chairman of the
board of public instruction for Marshall holds degrees from nu- bring about legislation which will
thirteen years, Henry H. Filer, can. merous Colleges and has devoted give each county a greater voice
didate for state senate, has held himself to education for a number in its own affairs and a proportion.
positions of public responsibility of years. While in his native Pitts- ate return to each county of the
in this county, where he has lived burgh Mr. Marshall taught in the taxes collected there. His many
all of bis life, since 1912. Out- Irene Kauffman Settlement friends point to Mr. Robillard's
standing in his record is the fact House, one of Pittsburgh's major past history, his recognized ability
that as chairman of the board of educational and improvement in- and his fearlessness as the reason
public instruction during the local stitutions. Mr. Marshall in his ad- for his being elected State Senator.
depression which followed the boom dresses has pointed out that his ----------
and (luring the national depression, opponent is a member of the pies- Ralph C. Pole, now the Justice of
he kept the schools open nine cut school system and part of the the Peace in District No. 5 is ask-
months every year, paid the teach- present system. His many friends ing for re-election at the hands
ers' salaries on time and met every urge that the only way to eliminate of the electorate on his record of
contract when due. [the present political system is to accomplishment in office. Mr. Pole
---------- elect James J. Marshall as Super- points to the fact that he has been
Jerry Carter, one of the leading intendent of Schools for Dade 1 actively identified with the growth
contenders in the Governor's race, County. [of Miami Beach and that he has
in a pre-election communication, ---------- served with distinction as Judge of
gay8; Dan Eiardie, who sewed Dade the Municipal Court, as a member
"Let's get more fun out of life," j County with distinction some years of the Zoning Commission as evi-
is the paramount plank in my plat-'ago as Sheriff, and in 1932 was dence of his devotion to the inter-
form and if as governor I succeed
in adding happiness to the daily
lives of people in Florida, I will
elected Sheriff by more than 100,- ests of the people and his ability
000 votes only to be removed by the to serve with fairness. He is a
Governor a brief ten months after member of many civic and fra-
feel I have really done something his election, is appealing to the ternal organizations and has lived
for my friends. To bring this voters of Dade County to be re- in Miami Beach for more than
about there are many things to turned to the office of Sheriff as twelve years. He asks that the
\,t, jone, a matter of justice and fair play, voters study his record in office
-We need and 1 urge, the best He urges that only by his election and in public affairs and on this
system of public schools we can will the lawless element that comes record to cast their votes for his
pay for, and our school teachers to Dade County realize that they re-election.
must get more pay. 1 advocate a cannot continue their work. He ----------
plan to attract 1,500,...... new resi- offers his record in public life since Judge Walter H. Beckham, a na-
dents to Florida, bringing good his arrival in Miami and his well- tive of Georgia, a graduate of Har-
\merican families here so their known fearlessness as the reason vard Law School, a long-time res-
children can get away from the why he should be elected Sheriff of ident of Miami, active church work,
gangster communities of the North, Dade County. Mr. Hardle is .me er ami vitally interested in the
and if we do this it automatically of Dad* County's pioneers. In his affairs of the Juvenile Court of
'will cut our per capita tax burden, many addresses to the voters He Dade County, is asking for re-elec-
"Our real estate should be ex- i has pointed to the fact that be was tion to the office of Judge of the
empted from ad valorem tax, ex- removed from office because he Juvenile Court, which office he
cept for the constitutional one mill refused to permit wide-open gamb- has held since 1032. Though he
levy lor schools. Agriculture must ling and lawlessness in Dade Coun- > has tried thousands of cases none
he given proper aid, antiquated ty. He urges his election on his, has ever been appealed. Because
Laws abolished and our women past record, his known ability as of his devotion to their cause he
emancipated; union labor deserves an enforcement officer and his has been called the "children's
are deal platform of law enforcement. friend." His friends urge that his
r.i,, -,- i i.. v.......... on.! ---------- re-election is deserved and for the
best interests of the children and
parents of the county.
Judge of the Court of Crimes
Political Briefs
Hurry Grossman, active camli-
for constable of district 5
takes in the populous Miami
Beach district was again elected
resident of the Junior Cham-
Commerce this week in rec-
ognition of his services to the pub-
Ar. Grossman is one of the
ers of the present Young
Hebrew Association, the
Miami Beach Jewish social set, the
originator of the Symphony con-
certs at Miami Beach during th<
PSSl winter season, and active 111
h and non-Jewish communal
affairs of Greater Miami. He is
campaigning on a platform of law
enforcement and the elimination ol
racketeering and lawlessness from
'he affairs of District 5. Mr.
("'"-sman served as deputy sheriff
until his resignation several months
''"'i to enter the race for Constable
"The Townsend plan has my en-
dorsement. Townsend club No. 1 Judge A. B. Small, at present
at Tallahassee elected me its pies- Judge of the Civil Court of Record
ident and many months ago I e- 0f Dade County, is seeking re-
ceived a personal letter of appre- election to the office on his record
ciation from Dr. F. E. Townsend, jn office, the impartial and speedy for eight years from 1027 to 1035,
and I am proud of that letter as I administration of justice during his Judge W. P. Brown is now cam-
am proud of the support given me term and his recognized ability as paigning for the office of Judge of
by the various members of Town- a jurist. Judge Small is a native the Civil Court of Record. He be.
send clubs throughout the state.'' 0f Kentucky and came to Miami Kari the practice of law in Dade
---------- in 1919. During his residence County in 1919, served with dis-
Fntcring the last week of the here he has been actively identified tinction as a member of the Dade
campaign prior to the first pri- with every movement for the bet- County Democratic Executive
marv, William D. Joyce, candidate terment of the community. He Committee, and has been high in
for Purchasing Agent for Dade jwas one of the founders of the Riv- the ranks of civic, religious and
County is basing his plea to the erside Improvement Association fraternal bodies of Dade County.
voters on his ability and fitness a,,d served as its president for sev- Judge Brown promises, if elected,
for the office. He pledges an ceo- era] years. His friends urge that to administer the office on the
nomical administration and the ),is election will be an evidence of high judicial plane that a Court of
purchase of the county's needs so t|. desire of the electorate to re- the people deserves and points to
that the taxpayers of the county ward faithful service in the judici- his record in the judiciary as to his
would benefit and not i" the inter- ary system and to keep politics fitness and judicial ability.
ests of a favored few. Mr. Joyce out 0f the courts.
points to his business record, his
reputation for honesty and clean
living, and his pledge to devote
his entire time to the office as the
reason for hia being elected to the
Office which he is seeking.
Sam W. Davis the genial pro-
James Hickland is campaigning prietor of the Stonewall Pharmacy,
for re-election to the office of Con- is an active candidate for the office
stable for District 5, which in-
cludes Miami Beach, on bis record
of County Commissioner in District
3. He is 40 years old and came to
GeorgeS. Holt, active lawyer and
professor of law at the University
Of Miami has been carrying the
battle to his opponent- and appeal-
ing to the voters to elect him ta
th Legislature on bis ability his
Knowledge of governmental a. tans
and his platform of construct.^
legislation on behalf of Made
County. Mr. Holt urges constitu-
tional amendments, if necessary, to
assure Dade County adequate rep-
Tom Woods, who has served as
deputy constable for the past ten
years in District 2 is now asking
for election to the office of con-
stable on the basis of his experi-
ence with the work of the office
and his ability as shown during
his long service. He points to
Ids record of efficiency, experience
land courtesy and actual knowledge
of conditions in the district as the
reason for his election to the office.
in office. Mr. Hickland served as Miami in 1923. He has been ac-
deputy sheriff of Dade County for tive in the public affairs of the
four year-, assistant chief of police j County, and has been one of the
of Miami Beach for two years and founders and is now president of
has been in the forefront of many
civic and fraternal movements in
the Wyndwood Park Improvement
Association, on the Board of Gov-
the county. His many friends ernors of the Dade Federation of
urge his re-elction on the basis of Improvement Associations, is a
his record in office, his faithful Mason, Elk and member of other
service in the interests of the tax- fraternal, improvement and civic
payers and law efficiency and en- associations. He promises, if elect-
force men t and his generally rec- ed, to help bring about lower taxes,
ognized ability. Mr. Hickland has and reasonable old age pensions.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 29



He organized and of the office. He pointt
the last eight years.
Folitical Briefs ZTJZZ^TZZ "S-TSl/i*
= :.: = :.: = X^:, Xi Junior chamber of Commerce Boys ty Comm,.on C, Com
William (Bill) Snayne. candid.* Drum and Bugle Corps. He organ, buildm,
for Congro
(Bill) Snayne, candidate Drum and Bugle Corps. He organ b d r.
essional Committeeman ized and was Chairman four year know, ._
of Dade Countv has been a resi- of the Young Democratic Club of Mr. Lower, ha
dent of Dade County for the past Dade County. He is a past prea>- 01
, _. ./ ,\, Fvrhance Club, the a resident sn
fifteen years. He is well known dent of the Exchange
and recognized in civic organiza- University of Miami Alumni.*
tions, having been director of the elation, the Shenandoah-Southwe
Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Park and Improvement Association as bu.ld.ng
now Director of the Young Demo- and is a Past Exalted Ruler of the cemng pra.s.
crat. Club, and an officer of the Miami Elks. He is now a vice pre,- ft tries.
Eiks Lodge. He is best qualified ident of the Florida Junior Cham- dul ______
- rve the people of Dade County ber of Commerce, a York Kite M ... _
Committeeman. because son. and a member of the Eastern Du
ability and the Star. Acacia Club. Woodmen and Florida
kno* conditions affecting the Uaak Walton League.
.tain the District ---------
a member of numer- James T. Wilson, candidate for a.
n, who has served
t District 2 as Con-
pasl Beveral years
- that he be elected
ivil Court of Record ,
-: e and his abil-
ity to duties of the
he now seeks. Mr.
friends urge that
nesty, efficiency
and capability in public off,,
ample proof of his ability to t fc
care of the work that will dJ*
upon him if elected Clerk of l
Civil Court of Record and thetrt
urge that the voter, ,uppo^H
for this office.
RE-ELECT
and we- Su rintendent of Public Instruc- Supervise.
-.,, Jhf tion. ina statement regarding 1
and has a host of friends because >' said:
of his li votion to
that tl '
pu int esta. "Regarding my policy and plat-
______ cai. jay at this timi
j. .u. w- _sn .. ', i .-. .krt on nromisei points to
. Mr. K -
ana,, esi -Every dollar will be carefully struct.ve ;ugg 51 ni how t
I and as strict economy take ear. f the
is training in the practiced a: is -- I with the if elected, :
iWth the pled) i- that I am short on
tablish a true spirit of public serv- hope to be long on real service to ::;.
ice in the Tax Co'.:, I ffice, the best interest of the schools o.
Hayes Wood, young Miami 1 this County,
is making an aggressi' cam.
:n for electi n
Vi cites his tra
Orlando High School and Univer- growth and efficiency of the steps 1 insure
: imi as an accountant, Is. in theofflc- _____
his six years with Ar- -I was bom in French Camp,
mour & Co. Packers in their ac- >i .....ippi. educated in the public p.. w.
unt; and Mississippi, obtained a oilman of Mia
.. science degree from four years,
ass ires the voters cent Mi____ State < elected as County i missioi
ffice. W tes recent years hav for Dadi Count; n his n
public s publi school public. busin< ate lift
ration from Columbia Uni- Mr. Ra it i
. .... Sew York City, which the last twenty-six y lur-
w | asks ..--. al studies and ob- ing that time has beei fore-
not as a i i n at tool buildings, su- front i thi real de-
... .. ...,.- instruction, budget velopment of Mia imi .
em. Hi hool financing and Beach. II- Miami's si sky- j
- i any peri nnel. BC1 "' 1;--' "-
business r firm ar I is not a married ha? been a mei i of 1
any way. He .... nav< two children; member of Rai--
will : te his ful eo- tne Baptist Church, Mason, Ameri-
isiness in tax -. i,_--. and Lion's Club of the
Mr. W is a charter member <-:.v 0f Miami Beach. For the past
of Riverside Baptist Church, and s;x' ..- e been Supervising
as Scoutmaster of Troop 3 for j 0f the Miami Beach
Scb ols and prior to this time was
Supi ng Principal of the Home.
iou Will City Schools
V H^ v"^BBfci ^vi'"^
1 "*^ .&//L l^J

h^^sfc* *^si
VOTE FOIJ
A. S. GOLDMAN
Candidate for
CONSTABLE
District No. 2
Courteous and Efficient Servici
Subject to Democrati Prim
June 2, IS
Your Vote and Support Will B
Appreciated
(Paid Political Ad..
Nell K. Walker
For
Dade County School Hoard
District 3
mmiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiitiiiimimiitiiiiiiiK
RE-ELECT
Thomas S. (Tom) I
FERGUSON
DR. R. S. AKERS
1764 N. \V. 36th St.
Moved to New Location
DENTIST
Closed Saturday. Ph. 2-2131
Rejoice
When You
ELECT
WILLIAM D.
J 0 Y C E
F inter Miami Building Inspec-
I r X. P. '- w*ry is m w waging an
active fight f >r the office of Coun-
ty t ssioner on his ability and
ise of the duties
^JgLJST BROS Rvp
l* Is the BEST? __
White Oak Leather
LADIES" HEELS 15c
HALF SOLES
ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP
24n N. K. l"ir-t Avenue
Opb. i ::
ELECT
N. P. LOWREY
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 3
And (Jive Dade County a
Progressive, Businesslike
Administration
N it a V i, but Technically
Trained for the Job
>. .....
Unimpeachable Honesty?
Training. Experience and
Achievement Qualify Him
ELECT
ITS
ED. R.
TOUR
DADE COUNTY
PURCHASING AGENT
lPid fcr by 1:.
BENTLEY
OF LAKELAND
FOR
Attorney General
OF FLORIDA
For a REAL Department of Justice
Your Vote Appreciated
I'STICE OF PEACE
District No. 2
We tried him
He made u-ood
'. t's keep him

"Help Cannon Hit the
Mark"
CANNON
for
HARRY
GOLDSTEIN
Tax
Collector
Dade County Needs
the Rest!
>r.-,i.| Political \
CONGRESS ^
!th Congressional District \
June .
Protective Aericultural Tariffs
Army, Navy and Marine
Airports
Townsend National Recovery
Plan


Friday. May 29, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
"Political Briefs
Jfor the protection of the people.
Harry Goldstein, incumbent in
-During "B final week of the jthe office ot tax collector for Dade
Icampaign for governor of Florida, County, is a candidate for re-elee-
iDan (happell of Dade County, tion to this office on his record
Ipromineiit attorney and former leg. since his appointment and his abil-
lislator, has discussed the issues of j ity to serve the public. In addi-
Ljj campaign vigorously in
Page Five
|many addresses.
The candidate said his program
I tion to the record established dur-
ing his short tenure in office of
increased tax collections, he points
for curing present ills as to taxa- to his previous record of service
Ition, spending and policies, was the j to the state of Florida in civic
L,.t being offered in the cam- and communal work. He is a mem.
!,>,. He declared his recall of ber and director of the Florida
Igtate officers by the people pro- League for Better Schools, Dade
posal, plus his proposed amend- Couny unit; a member of the board
|mcm making it impossible to im- of governors of the Open A
pose any new forms of taxation Bible Class; a member of the ex-
Iwithout the approval of the people ecutive committee, Dade County
L their ballot, were two of the Council, Boy Scouts; chairman of
Ihighpoints of his program, along the committee, Boy Scouts, depart-
Ivith schools and pensions. ment of Florida, American Legion;
Mr. Chappell said he will con-1 president of the Miami chapter.
Itjnue his fight for the schools, lit Florida Institute of Accountant?,
[will work to raise the salaries of j and vice president Florida Insti
| teachers. He favors old-age tute of Accountants during 1935;
n. having drafted a resolu- a member of the American Society
lion in the legislature to ask con- 0f Certified Public Accounts
to approve the old-age pen- has been admitted to practice be-
[tion bill. He will work for a rft- fore the United States Treasury
|duction in the gasoline tax and Department and the United States
automobile license tags to $3 and Board "t" Tax Appeals; ie a men--
h:h He is against all new forms ber of Masonic bodies and Mahi
of taxation unless they are ap-1 Temple, Shrine; a member and
|proved by the people. He favors trustee of IS. P. 0, Elks, number
[giving the people the right to in- ;ms, Miami; a member and past
recall elections and the elim- post commander of Harvey Seeds
[illation of two-thirds of the 1,400 Post, American Legion; a member
bureaus, hoards and commissions of Reserve Officers Association,
in the siate. and a member of the military order
icked the Sholtz adminis- llt- tni. World War.
I nation, decried its "extravagance,"
iccused the governor of squander-'
log state money for political pur-
: MS.
Chap,,;; Aiii wind up his cam-
paign in Bayfront Park next Mon-
day night, June 1st.
D. C. Coleman, candidate for re-
election to the office of sheriff,
which he has occupied since Octo-
ber, 1983, when he was appointed
to succeed Dan Hardie, asks for
re-election on his record in office.
Sheriff Coleman recently was
elected president of the Sheriffs
Association of Florida, being the
first Dade County sheriff to be
80 honored. Mr. Coleman's experi-
ence as a law enforcement officer
and administrator has extended
over a period of eight years. He
has been active in civic, fraternal
and religious activities in Miami
his residence here.
ami and is a practicing attorney
in this area. He is appealing to
the voters to elect him on his past
history, his ability and the con-
structive legislation he is espous-
ing.
Vccording to reports from Can-
non headquarters, the candidacy of
Pal Cannon, Miami entry for the
fourth congressional district race,
ie rapidly gaining momentum in
the home stretch. Cannon has
waged a vigorous fight, and has
spoken to the largest crowds of
any of the numerous candidates in
lliis area.
A straw vote taken in Palm
Beach County, the home county of
the incumbent, shows Cannon lead-
ing by '! to l.
Cannon has the unanimous en-
dorsement of the Townsend clubs
of the entire district and is daily-
receiving endorsements from vari-
ous organizations and clubs.
He has stated his platform vig-
orously and without equivocation
and has won many adherents by his
straightforwardness. Cannon is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
Ernie W'oolfe of Miami Beach,
oi the office of con-
the Fifth district of Dade
has been a resident of
Miami Beach for the past eleven
He has been active in the
' i communal work of the
Beach, being a founder of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce of
Miami Beach and of the Civic
League of that city. He is the son.
u-lan I Mr. and Mrs. Louis
' e Mayfield Court Apart-
i uilders an I
ikers o Miami Bea i.
Mr. Woe,;;".' pn mis i
ness and efficient ad
n of the office in tl e
:' the citizenry of the
i strict law enforo
I pledge .vou ^at I shall
administer justice fear-
lessly and impartially if
elected
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
in the
Miami Beach District
ERNIE W00I.FE
i Paid for b> Friendi
JOHN B.
PHELPS
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
In Districl '(
Comprising l'recincts lL' to 50
Inclusive
A Business -Man for a
Business Office
I' ,,i Political Advertisement)
NATHAN MAYO
COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE
MARKET BUILDER
FOR
FLORIDA FARMERS
Political AdvertisementPaid for by
friends of Nathan Mayo)
NOT1
The Miami Home Milk Producers Asso-
ciation announces the resignation of Mr. J. T.
Trice as Sales Manager of the Association,
effective as of May 16, and the appointment
of Mr. Joe Roberts to the position.
Miami Home Milk Producers
Associatiou
769 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-7696
Win. W. Woods, member of the
State Democratic Executive com-
mittee from the fourth congres-
sional district, is a candidate for
the legislature in Group 3. He has
been a long-time resident of Dade
County, and became identified with
the Young Democrats organization
at its very inception. He was a
delegate from Florida to the 1932
national convention of Young Dem.
ocrats at Kansas City and last year
at the convention in Milwaukee.
He served as a member of the
by-laws revision committee and has
gained prominence as a national
leader of the organization. I!e is
connected with the Sam Murray
Motor Co. and is well known in
the auto field. He is asking for
election to the legislature on his
record of service to the party, his
ability and a pledge of construc-
tive work for Dade County if he is
elected.
Next Monday, June 1st, at 8
p. m., the board of directors of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold
an important meeting to listen to
a report of the standing of the or-
ganization and its work during the
past six years. Other important
matters for the welfare of the or-
ganization will be acted on
EVERY TRUST FULFILLED
H E N R Y H. FILER
STATE SENATOR
25 YEARS' PUBLIC
SERVICE in DADE COUNTY
LET'S GO SOLID
FOR
DAN
CHAPPELL
FOR
GOVERNOR
Without Fear or Favor
Law Enforcement
Make Your County a Clean
Place to Live
VOTE FOR
L. R. (Roy)
WEST0N
Candidate for
SHERIFF
Subject I" Democratic Primary
June 2nd. 1936
i ment)
HEAR HIM SPEAK
IN BAYFRONT PARK
Monday Night
June 1st
WWV^"*<^^"*'>V^V> ELECT
JAMES J.
MARSHALL
as
SUPERINTENDENT
OF PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
for Dade County
And insure the elimination of
politics from the schools

Capable and Efficient
\
(Paid Political Ad. by Friends of
James J. Marshall)
S%#SXtJi


Pago Six
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAS
r
Fnda>-;_May g
Society
Political Briefs
Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lavigne Judge Ra]eigh Pettewa,
entertained at their home Fridav
maxed his Dade County campaipn
night, honoring Miss Bessie Carlin, for governor with a speech
who will be married next month in Lummus Park last week.
NC'.v York t Max Rudolf. His many UnAl My ^ Jffldge
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. Petteway-a honesty, fearlessness .
hm.no! Syracuse, N. Y., Mr. and Jn8tneM in condactil .. If a
S n' Mr : "" and wholesome campaign without goverr.or'-
innV ;. ': ; rs Jack viUifying or attacking the charac thing I propose 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. To- ter of any of hi? opponenta ..
not to report favors
tax measure. And thej
their promii -
T have been *
homesti
tended.
"I am lions, not
as charity, bat
bin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearlman, :,,:u5o hinii
: ''^:.'v \/k- candidate in the field. His
His sincerity i> d< a I It
the fact that he voluntarily re- deserving
duced his salary 20 per cent I
re it was redti law.
He has refused to accept salary
March 31st until a:':.
'' M:ss
M ii I ecil Carlin.
Mrs. J. Merson, Miss Rita an
Hiss Selma Men > Car-

Burl
Mas S the : '' an>"
presenci I the ** hy th< present administrat
families. r ':' "' "' r bloc in the ]
The brid re wl ;: '"' a -"
. 0i .., other thii .-.
... n< toii an I Education Aw
itoriet fnm, repeal of the -
I g wi : ling :-
. Mr. and Mrs. B wita two Job practice, honest;
left i n,a ...... ..,...ti .aN.
Ba re. Md.. and New n< :"'v K": ""cement, en-
V .... The; home Brag :: ent : *> ''' '
retu ad exemption.
Judge Petteway will clot i I
campaign in Tampa, whore he will I
a Simpsoi igl t. ?peak over an all-Fl rida new rk I
' Mi I Mrs ius Simpson, a Moi lay, Jun< 1st, at 6:00 p. m., j
this weel L'ni- when hi will mak his last al
Alaba I to the v :ers.
a student I
i
i a
-
: fUl
A Business Man
for youthful violators
fenders. Mr. Burton
provide for County
- to serve without
appointed on the
local, civic and
cations, whose duty
keep track of the
aroled to them, to
, first, that they stay
avoid evil compan-
r, and. second,
led with em-
itarte I n the way
I to society.
.. rously opposed
ichine, the two-job prac-
- for hardened
- rax and the
..- en | basis upon
; im for the
F la: a defi-
fund, con-
game and nat-
n of agri-
! culture and industry, a nation.^
'Advertise Florida" c "M*
financed by the odd ^nT*
pa.d to winners at race tracks Z
Townaend plan, a paii(. ;'."*
free from politics, and a L
cratic Party platform convent^
Comptroller
J. M. LEE
lor
STATE SENATOR
For Efficiency, Honesty
and Fearlessness in Law
Enforcement
ELECT
,, ... ,,. Senat W ..- c. H Igi -. can. I
' for goven r, i I i add ss- I
'-- luring th, week explained he !
w week for*. Tint to had voted f r the il : li-
i andj ei in Michigan. ....._ ;. preven| j
... ,, adoption a sales tax measure =
- '* and then only because it has a I
vinuig his niec, referendum pr vi.i n. h. u need '
w Dr. and Mrs i ,. B. ;.. .
-'" ''-- : return attacks I y other
.-. ....
. .
ry Boll in and Mr. M. L.
C wei left Tuesiay -
-" manufacturers' and dea'.ers'
B -- Tl ;. will
' '

loom offi-
it S ,.: the
B la
- Sonya Wilm r : Mr. Gilf I
iteii Tl left for a
le here
:'~:.- return.
held an inf rmal meeting and se-
y. :a V-'_-
A Dating
ttee t : :'-; ri
for tl ;yi
' .. .
'
: la Saf< .Bed
\ -
:......ion.
p
H son of
rarta,
ty, was E
-
blessings ad t
"' the congre-
ft oy. Cant I

family, wh
;. .
Mrs. Jacob H. K..
Use n I Mr. George Oli-
:' Sew York, grandfather of
Ba
its wen gu< its I
Tal-
iffet

y otner gv i ial
. :..: regar ling this ital is-
sue in the current campaign,
"You don't need a j vernor or
a legislature t e slot ma-
chine la "It car.
': repeali I bj ; a now."
Hv cited the referendum |
for elections i
ft
iinty,
"It the t
ised the i itat
is you wonld have had a 3
per cent saJes tax." he said. "The
sales tax was defeat* i by the ac-
tion of a sens
nted by me and I ap-
I thi ml] ^-pledged them
Mr. Business Man, as mer-j
chant 1 have the same problems]
that you ha\e. I cannot hrlpj
myself without helping you.
VOTE FOR
JOHNK.TlLTONj
a furnicr attorney and
Coral liable* drusi:it.
for
STATE SENATOR
PENALTY OF PROGRESS
Let the rich counties like Dade pay the bill-." i. ih. Cr\
from North Florida, and now ith the -tat,- spending some
#:f:-"""-...... rear. Dad. I ount] is forced to paj one-sixth ol
state ta\-. [here i- no jusicc in it, so let's stop it!
VOTE FOR
ERNEST R. GRAHAM for STATE SENATOR
OWEN CARR
Candidate for
Constable
Second District
Dade County. Florida
QUALIFIED AND ABLE
YOUR VOTE AXD SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
ratic June
Prii
has kept his evei v m-nn,
ise during the >iat.-..
most critical financial pe.
riod.
He has caused even dm.
si hie tax to he collected
to help ease the burden of
the general taxpayers.
He has administered the
duties of the office fear-
lessly and without favoi.
A thorough stud\ of the
records will prove that
Florida needs
J. M. Lee
HE DESERVES \ OTR
SUPPORT
I
"The Children's Friend**
re-elect
Walter H.
BECKHAM
JFDGE
JUVENILE COURT
n Ability in Dealing
Witt Children

ELECT
J. HARVEY
ROBILLARD
Your Next
State Senator
A SQUARE DEAL FOR AlX




m
Friday, May^
193R
THE JEWISH PLORIDIAM
Page Seven
, ji Lee, candidate for re-elec
I,Ion as comptroller of Florida, is a
livl, of Irwin County, Georgia,
" >,,. .erved as county commis-
Lonerand ordlnary-the latter of-
|fiM being equivalent to county
iuj in Florida.
' ^ moved to A van Park in 1928,
lMrving there as county attorney
|and prosecutor for eight years. He
gerved three terms as a member of
L,, Kl la House- of Represent;tt-
|tivM | [927, 1929 and 1931.
He asking for re-election on
lh(, ,.,.. .,i he lias established in
office, rving as comptroller dur-
in_ the most critical financial
period i' il't- state.
During the three and one-half
Vl..;rs thai he has held office we
r. fin I our state banking sys-
u., gafe and sound, $!>,000,00u
promised for schools have been
provided, the state has paid its
debts and is adding a million dol-
lar building program for state in-
stitution-, there is now in the
treasury sufficient money to guar-
.,!,,. duction of state taxes.
Mr. Lee lias reduced operating
expensi of the comptroller's of-
ximately one-half.
L^killlE^irTT^ N T Y
The President Speaks
I filled by his bro-
Sheriff R. ('. Baker,
win) figured in wiping out the Ash-
ley gang.
A native Kloridian, Mr, Baker
has lived in this county for 88
I of the legislature and a former
state attorney, is a candidate for
The message of President Roosevelt, which was deliv- BBerif "'' Pb1im Beach County; an
ered by Secretary of the Interior lekes to the I'nited Pales- "ffin f",m<'''v '
tine Appeal in New York, will he received with enthusiasm lh,"\,,u la.te s
by American Jewry. It was felt for some time that the treat-
ment of German Jewry by the Nazi government justified a
clear rebuke from the head of the American government. At
the same time friends and opponents of President Roosevelt
realized the delicate position of the president regarding the v'^- "'" as a.lm.tte.l t the i,a,
castigating of a government with which the I'nited states '" l9Z0 Bnd wv" k,nown af a
has not broken off diplomatic relations. The personal atti- aU"'"/'y and f,vic "? 7 "T
hide of President Roosevelt was well known to the leaders of ,v""",y( """"'"I" w,th th<' JeWi"h
American Jewry, who never had anv doubt as to where he ^.denta and citizena.
stood on this question. Bui the rank and file, just because ft*'*' '! U"T?S 2S?
nf ihnir 'idn,ir-,t;.>., f- ik ;:. i r ,l e i_ c with the county and its condition*,
oi ineir admiration for the political courage of the father of .
Ihu Mow rianl f.Ai ........ ,. .. u j' j ,L re- i having a sympathetic interest In
me .>ew Ueal, tell \er\ much disappointed at the official ., lf ... ,, .
silence of the president. ,h" welfare 0,.our cltizenB' a'1 po!"
Hit. ?..,......,. i il i- j ,. sessses experience as a public oi-
ls message to tne I nited Palestine Appeal was per- ... fti
f.w.n.- t;~,,.A ; ..; ... c n u n i i fuial and knowledge ot tne otfice
fectlj timed in view ot the happenings in Palestine, and de-
livered in a language that leaves no doubt as to whom the
president means when he speaks of a "reversion in certain
parts of the world to days and duds of an era which all en-
lightened people had long hoped would never return." The
president's words will he understood by every American as
signifying sharp criticism of the anti-Semitic policies of Hcrr
Hitler.
and how it should be conducted,
iii!(l for these reasons and because
of his public record his many
friends urge that he will make a
competent and satisfactory sheriff
[or the best interests of the entire
county.
A mi tnorlal tablet in temple
rites v dedicated in memory of
Mrs. Rose Gold at Tempi.' Beth El,
conservative congregation, Thurs-
day morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs.
Gold died June 20th of last year.
Rev. Joseph Malek officiated and
iddres were given by Attorney
J. II. 1.1 sir and Irving Moss, pres-
ident ol the congregation.
At a time when political scandalmongers are trying to Temple El services for the Fes-
un(> rmine the president of the I'nited States because of his tival of Weeks (Shavuoth) were
tot:..! lack of racial and religious prejudice. President Roose- obaerved by the conservative con-
velt's proud message will do much to silence those who are Brregation, Beth El, Tuesday alghl
trying to inject the Jewish issue into the forthcoming presi- :" ,;:iri o'clock; Wednesday at 9 a.
denMa! campaign. It would have been easy for President '" 8nd 8:46 >' and Thursday
Roosevelt to avoid sending this message. His official and morning at 9 oclock. At lOoclock
private actions are evidence enough that he believes in the Thursday morning there was the
inalienable rights of all minority groups in this country to a '"* f *isiskor (memorial).
fi-'l and rich life of American citizenship. That he went out
of his way, regardless of what political expediency might T -l^m- Campbell is a can-
have dictated, to reiterate in solemn terms his abhorrence (|j(|a,,. ,,. ,-e-election to the office
Hell- : t D. Beck, candidate for
electioi as representative to the
legislature, group 2, Palm Beach
County, has practiced law in Palm
Beach I ounty for the last nine
yea'- th in West Palm Beach
and in the Glades section. Although
he is a candidate in the Glades
urea, his interests are county-wide,
he said.
Beck is at present attorney for
the town of Belle Glade. He is
opposed to the two-job practice;
in favor of the abolition of the
poll tax, of a tax structure read-
jujtmi nl; in favor of direct eleel ion
of all ublic officials by the peo-
ple; ami also favors a constitution
al limitation on all public debts.
His platform includes preservation
nd i i l nuance of F.verglades Kn
of events in Germany and his indignation at those who at
tempt to exp'oit racial and religious prejudice in this country
is to his great and imperishable credit.
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Control hoard; development of the drey Wise, Herman Held, Leonard
(Hades by money received from the Vangilder and Martin Cold. Talks
Internal Improvement Fund lands were given by Eugenia Argintar
in the Glades; and adequate roads and Seism Schloas. Dr. Cad X.
and proper maintenance thereof, Herman officiated at both services.
including adequate safeguards on
canal hanks.
Beck is a member of the state
and county bar associations. Young
Democratic club of Palm Beach
County, American Legion and Ro-
tary club.
I,. R. Baker of this city, mcmhei
of tax collector of Palm Beach
County on his platform "for a safe,
sound and courteous administra-
tion of the office at a reasonable
and minimum expense to the tax-
payers."
Collector Campbell is one of the
genuine pioneers of South Florida
and of Palm Beach County. He
came to West Palm Beach in 1898
and helped build the railroad line.
Temple Israel services were held
Tuesday evening at B:1B and
Wednesday morning at 9:30 at the
temple on Broward ave., Bethesda
Park. At the service at night
members of the religious sch ol
participated. The service was c n-
ducted by Madalyn Halpern, Rosa-
Kn Gruner, Dorothy Dubbin, Au
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CONGRESSMAN
J. MARK
WILCOX
Candidate for
Re-Election
On His Record
,,..,! i. i rnlm Bwwh ''"'"'':'
Kriendil
I desire to express m\ gratitude for the con-
fidence which the people of this county have in me.
as evidenced by the fact that I am unopposed for
the office which I seek.
I am truly grateful and shall use my best ef-
forts in the interest of the people, and trust thaat
| will continue to merit this confidence.
GEORGE O.
BUTLER
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
Palm Beach County
He has always aided the progress
and development of the city, and
was one of the promoters and
workers for the creation of Palm
Beach County from Dado and upon
its creation became the first tax
collector of the county. After an
interval of several years be was
again elected tax collector four
years BgO, and now asks to he re-
nominated for the position.
George 0. Butler, renominated
for clerk of the circuit court of
Palm Beach County without oppo-
sition, is extremely grateful to the
citizenry for their confidence, and
elsewhere in these columns ex-
presses his thanks.
J. M. LEE
Has Kept All
Promises
During the state's most
critical financial period.
and now asks a second
term as
STATE
COMPTROLLER
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A VOTE FOR
Herbert D.
BECK
Representative
GROUP l
IS A VOTE FOR
Definite sources of school
revenues
Abolition of poll tax as a
'\ prerequisite of the richt to
vote
|Prohibition of two-job prac-
| tice
IPreservation of workmen's
compensation act
Subject to
Democratic Primary
June 2. 1936
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for the nomination the
office of County Juri.t in
the Democratic primary-
RICHARD P.
BOBBINS
COUNTY JUDGE
Palm Beach County


,ay. May 29, 1936
THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN
Pag Nine
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
187 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
TEMPLE
Summer services begin this Fri-
|,;av evening at 8:16, and will be
Icontinui i through the entire sum-
,,,, sei son. Instead of a sermon
] er. Dr. Kaplan will give a
of general interest, dis-
w nl Jewish problems, or
I explain the remarkable chapters at
.;',. \i hna, railed the Sayings of
[the Fathers.
Beginning with the first Friday
Ijn Jun the services Will be held
. Kai Ian Hall.
An adull class in Judaism was
begun last Wednesday evening and
will be continued throughout the
summer months. This class meets
in the Rabbi's study, nnd all mem-
lv... an cordially Invited to attend
Wednesday evening, 8:00 o'clock.
H. Gray, treasurer. People's Lobby,
Inc.. 113 X. E. 1st St X. E.( Wash-
ington, I). C.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
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Opening prayer was given by
Stanley Ratner, services read by
Nathan Aronovitz, and the closing
prayer Riven by Harold Weinberg
of das- l of primary department.
Harold read his prayer so beauti-
fully that we must commend him
for such excellent work. The birth-
day celebrated was that of Benja-
min Bronston.
Highest collection came from in-
termediate department, class 15 and
the best attendance from interme-
diate department, classes 2 and :!.
He was assistant police chief at
Coral Gables until 1928, when he
went with the sheriffs department,
returning to the Gables as police
chief within six months.
"1 have but one plank in my
platform," Western says. "I pledge
my every effort towards stamping
OUt the gangs which have been
preying upon our residents and vis-
it"!-. I promise that Bade Coun-
ty, under my administration as
sheriff, will not he a haven of
refuge for criminal- of all degrees
from all parts of the country.
"I am in this campaign as a can-
didate of all the people. Xo clique,
group or organization has any
strings mi me."
Russell F. Hand, prominent in-
surance man and fraternal worker.
who is campaign manager for Mr.
Weston, said that from reports he
is receiving daily, thousands of
voters are rallying to Weston be-
cause i>f his record and his plat-
form, and for that reason he feels
that Mr. Weston will lead tin-
ticket in the sheriff- race,
the Townsend plan were supposed
to come out of thin air, as the
proponents promised, it gained
many supporters, but when the fact
was pointed out that every cent of
the cost, together with the cost of
maintaining an army of spies,
would come out of the wage-
earner and the farmer, he scheme
began 0 lose friends rapidly.
"Anyone wants to see our old
folks live in comfort," the con-
gressman said, "but the funds for
their support inns' come from
those who can afford to pay. rather
than be drained from the pocket-
books of the poor. I am in favor
of an old age pension law which
will give persons over (10 years of
age an adequate living income
without bankrupting the country."
The congressman also pointed
out that he had not voted against
the bonus. "I voted for the Yin-
son bill consistently until it be-
came a law. 1 opposed the I'atman
bill, which would have started tho
printing presses and so inflated the
currency that the money would
have been of little value"
The Jewish National Fund of
America (Keren Kayemeth I.e Is-
rael, [nc), Ill Fifth Avenue, New
York, has a unique plan to make
your child's name immortal. It will
issue certificate of entry in the
Children's Golden Book for $10.00
and give the child a certificate
showing that its name has been
entered.
For many years the Golden Hook
was open to adults for $100.00 a
page. This is now a new venture
to immortalize your child's name
for J10.00 by having it inscribed
in the Children's Golden Book. Fur-
ther details may be had from your
Rabbi.
This would make a fine confirm-
ation, graduation or birthday pres-
ent
Thus,- who are interested in the
forward looking movement of re-
nting American life for the
of all might do well to join
the Pi ople'l Lobby, and help them
fight our battles. Membership is
81.00 ; i year active membership
12.00, and contributing membership
$5.00 per year. Address Dr. John
The closing exercises of the Re-
ligious School will take place this
Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock,
livery class will give a brief out-
line of the work done through the
year. The best essays have been
selected to be read during the ex-
ercises, frizes will he given to the
best pupils for work, and to those
who have perfect attendance.
Increase of cost of living of from
25 per cent upward may be ex-
pected if the Townsend transaction
tax scheme is enacted into law. ac-
cording to Congressman Mark Wil-
cox. When the funds to support
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HAROLD C.
C0STELL0
June 7th will he the annual pic-
nic, to be held at Ft Lauderdale.
All members of the congregation
are cordially invited to join us.
VOTE FOR
HAYES
WOOD
FOR
TAX COLLECTOR
Dade County
YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE WILL HE
APPRECIATED
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SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood will have a spe-
cial meeting in Kaplan Hall on |
Monday, with Mrs. Jacob II. Kap- {
Ian presiding. It will he in the |
form of a covered dish luncheon. |
at 12:30 o'clock. Several fine af- |
fairs for summer entertainment j
will be planned at that time.
Political Briefs
L. R- (Roy) Weston. candidate
for sheriff of Dade county, is a
native of Florida and Miami resi-
dent for 30 years, and came here
as construction engineer on the
Key West railroad extension.
Your
County
Commissioner
District No. 1
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Candidate for
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
District No. 3
1 promise an efficient
administration of the
affairs of the County.
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FOR YOUR
STATE COMPTROLLER
I. MUNCY ANDERSON
If elected I pledge that I will
use the influence of this of-
fice to promote better schools,
adequate pensions for the
aged, unemployment insur-
ance, also care for those af-
flicted and unable t earn a
ELECT
GEORGE E.
HOLT
REPRESENTATIVE
Group One
He Will Protect tiu-
Interests of Dade County
Subject Democratic Primary,
June. 1036
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A REAL GOVERNOR
Jerry W.
CARTER
Candidate of all creeds and classes that make
up the great Common People of Florida. Break
that lawyer-politician rule at Tallahassee and
for once vote for a progressive, honest, com-
ir.cn sense governor.
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the board
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trict 1, is asking for
as president of the commi
headed its parks and beautiatH
committee, which has don *
d-d work in the countv jH
been actively identified wit! l
civic, communal and welfar. .
of the community. He- i. h ?*
the Crandon Wholes^ Dr' *
and one of the leader* in ,hA
ness world of the c,nlmuni,vt
friends point to Mr. CrandonW
ord, his recognized ability and*
freedom to approach the" coj!
interests from an unselfish vi
point as the reas. ng forhisre-U
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Your Sheriffs office cooU*
work any smoother, every co?
in the heel is tr0rkh| in
harmony for the best
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ELECT
James T. Wilson
SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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STAFFORD CALDWELL
RE-ELE( T
C H. CRANDON
W. LINCOLN
PHILLIPS
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.VILCOX
All OVER THE STATE VOTERS ARE TURNING
TO THE HONEST. DEPENDABLE
PATY
FOR GOVERNOR
McGROARTY OLD AGE
PENSION BILL
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GREYHOUND LINES
FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION nL IQIO
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM II. dmoll
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
Washington Ave & Fifth St.
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
District No. 1
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FOR EFFICIENCY
AND HONESTY
ELECT
0. A. ROLLINS
YOUR
PURCHASING
AGENT
24 Years' Purchasing
Experience
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NOTES
Page Eleven
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
H H, \. To Have Their Annual
Election Wednesday
Thl, importance of the oncom-
fcnp annual election which will be
"eld Wednesday, JuneS, merits the
attendance of each
and every member
to participate in
the selection of of-
ficers and board
members to carry
in and improve
I where the preceding
administration left
There is good reason for all
concern i in giving serious thought
Coward the betterment of an in-
Ltitutioi that is slowly but surely
jmakin: mark towards Jewish
Idevelopnii nt in a community that
I is in dire need of such a center.
Electing the proper men is the task
thai nfronts each of you. Good
|'iuik to each and every candidate,
land may the best man win. Every
candidate chosen to date has prom-
[ ipport of the Townsend
_>la ai i wants it understood by
[all ami undry that he is not being
supported by the Sholtz regime.
|.Sliin : '' is ersht goot in drerd.
|Y. W. To Preseni Summer Frolic
June 7 AI Royal I'alm Club
Too much publicity has not been
Igiven the first presentation of the
] Summer Frolic and Dance to be
by the Young Women's
IDivision at the Royal Palm Club,
ISunday, June 7, but we urge each
t you attend and participate in
helping honor the newly-elected
V. M. off era as well as make this
[affair an outstanding one. The
] women are honoring the new offi-
m ith a dinner at the clubrooms
[previous to the dinner, from where
they will all attend in full regalia
for th installation. Tell your
[friends about this occasion and let's
hi have a record attend-
lance, are selling for $1.00
I per i Remember the date.
[Sunday, June 7, at the Royal Palm
I Club,
In charge of arrangements are
[Franci Tobias, chairman; Jose-
phine K num. and Betty Tobias.
The public is strongly urged to
attend.
the Y Diamondball team put their
batting clothes on and banged out
16 hits for a 20-to-ll victory over
the Miami Beach Jaycees. A great
deal of credit for the victory be-
longs to Allie Berkowitz, who, al-
though having to pitch every gam..
played by the Y, succeeded in
keeping the opponents under con-
trol. Upon hearing of his election
to the captaincy of the diamond-
ball team, Davis Lackawitz re-
turned the compliment to the boys
by socking two home runs ami two
singles in five trips to the plate.
Following is the batting average
for the first 4 games played:
Player AB H R Avg.
Mac Goldstein ..... 1 1 o 1000
Davis Lackawitz. Hi 7 6 !-">
Leo Lipowsky 12 1 1 333
Samy Tendrich 10 3 0 300
Bernie Frank 11 1 B 289
Nat Blumberg .822 250
Normy Thaler 9 2 5 221
Frank Rose ....15 :i 3 200
Ralph Grossman 16 3 ,'i 189
Hairy Golden 6 1 '! 167
AI Reisman ....... 6 I 3 HIT
Socko Segal 16 2 '! 125
Ceo. Reichgott ........ 9 10 111
Allie Berkowitz Id 1 1 100
Team Batting A v. 158 35 36 22
Every loyal member of the Y
should attend tonight's game that
will lie played against the WIOD
team, which is presently in first
place.
This game will be part of a dou-
ble-header, so bring your lunch bag
and get prepared for a real eve-
ning of fun, as well as cheer the
hoys on to victory.
Flamingo Park is the place; time
of first game is 8 o'clock.
Admission, 10 cents.
Manager Max Goldstein appoint-
ed Jules Wilson assistant coach.
as well as to the lucky dance con-
tesl winners. Admission is 35
cents, stag or drag.
The Y clubrooms were closed
Tuesday so that its members could
observe the Shvouth Holiday.
On his record his many friends
urge that the best interests of the
district will be served by the re-
election of Justice Cleemnt I,.
Theed.
Our condolences to the Dubler
family upon the loss of their
mother.
Political Briefs
Harold C. Costello, prominent at-
torney and well known in the com-
munity for his work in civic and
communal affairs, is a candidate
for the office of County Commis-
sioner in District 1. He came to
Dade County in 1922 and since then
has Berved as school trustee. He
is married and has three children,
two of whom are attending the
public schools of Dade County. His
friends urge his election on the
basis of his knowledge of public
affairs, the needs of the county
and his well-known ability for the
duties Of the office. They further
Urge that a man of his honesty
and fearlessness is needed in pub-
lic service.
Murl E. Pace, candidate for State
Comptroller, is a native of south-
ern Kentucky. He is a graduate
in accountancy and business train-
ing, has been a school teacher for
three years, an abstractor, real es-1
late dealer, a duly qualified public
accountant and Lake County Tax!
Assessor from 1929 to 1936. He is I
.i' live ill the Young Democrats of
Tavares, a member of the Chamber
of Commerce, Elks, Knights of Py-
thias, Masons, Eastern Star and
many other fraternal organiza-
tions. He has a splendid record in
public office, having been a mem-
ber of the Tavares City Council,
Chairman of the Tavares School
Hoard. lie is urging efficiency
and intelligent econmy in the
Comptroller's office, elimination of
unnecessary offices and expenses
in the Comptroller's office, and an
administration of all matters com-
ing under the comptroller's depart-
ment in such a way that the tax-
payers' interests will at all times
be conserved,
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of the
Junior Division to Honor Graduates
With Barn Dance Party
On Monday, June 15, the Junior
Division will honor all Jewish high
school graduates at their Barn
Dance to be held at the Y Club-
rooms. Prizes will be awarded to
those dressed in the best costumes,
Clement L. Theed has served as
Justice (it the Peace iii District '(
for the past two terms, during
which time he established a splen-
did record for efficiency, impar- (
tiality, justice and the ability to i ^Jf nit* g\{' V\l\r\f\ti ''
preside over this important insti- '
tution of the people. He is asking
for re-election to the office on his
record. Since his arrival in the
county more than 25 years ago he
has been active in civic, communal,
welfare and fraternal work of the
community. He graduated from
the University of Florida and be-
gan the practice of law in 1925.
Diamondball News
At1., r three consecutive defeats
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ACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA
CHARLIE GWNER, M." 'OUR individual comfort nd entertainment
matter o! great important* t thil modern,
'proof, homelike hold looted in the heir!
ol down-town Jackionville. Every room with
'b and ihower, loll water, iteam heat,
"do and ceiling Ian...every bed with inner-
P"n3 Metro, ,d individual reeding Umpi.
AIR CONDITIONED
COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
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~8 Room, $2 00 80 Room, S2.50
40 Room, $3.00 24 Room, S3.SO
J> Sar.pl, Room, <, p,i Bath $4.00
Sl'3*it incieaic lor double occupancy
_ Pitt. ) 6 POUND Hal.I.
HOICL PAI71N V HOItL DESOTO
INVISIBLE
GLASS
The first installation of
"Invisible Class" in the
South has been made in
B l R DINK'S
"Palm Heath Shop"
Display Window
On First Street side, next
to Miami Avenue.
As usual, in keeping
with the (rend in modern
stoic front and display
window designs this in-
stallation is being made by
BINSWAN6ER & CO.
1212 N. E. Second Ave.
S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr.
A HERN FUNERAL HOME
FRANCIS AHERN, 1'rea.
1345) West Flagler Street
Telephone 2-2211
AMBULANCE SERVICE
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VOTE FOR
JUDGE
A. B. SMALL
Candidate for Nomination to
Succeed Himself as
JUDGE OF THE
: CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
June Primary 1936
Your Supper! Will Be
Appreciated
(Paid for by friend)
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VOTE FOR
TOM WOOD
FOR
Constable
DISTRICT No. 2
Merits Promotion
EXPERIENCEDCOURTEOUS
QUALIFIED
raid for by n friend
CLEMENT L.
THEED
JUSTICE OF PEACE
Third District
!; .1 r..r l,y Frlandi 1
Rally 'Round
WM. C.
HODGES
HOMESTEAD BILL'
CANDIDATE FOR
Governor
HODGES,
HODGES
because he Btands
so far ahead, has
been viciously slan-
dered by the usual
age-old sickening
dirt spread by the
professional politi-
cian and because
led the fighl tor
the masse of the
!.....id" tn gt t taxes
iff their homes and
to kill the sales
tax. The "bis in-
terests" don't want
HODGES because lie stands
openly for old age
and mothers' pen-
sions and because
HODGES' fight for the tax-
11 ee homi s made
these "special in-
terests" shoulder
their proper
of the tax burden.
If the voters recog-
nize
HODGES' 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-
!' 11 r m promises"
can win In the first
primary.
Help Yourself, Your Family,
Your Home. Your Schools
by Helping
HODGES!
The Poor Man's Friend
1 Pa id f..r by Friends)
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THK JEWISH FL0BID1 \N
Fr^v, May 2S ,a
PoliticalBriefs
The many friends of NV.l Walk-
er, now a candidate for re-election
to the office of a member of the
Dadt- County School Board, are
business. Mr. B
.: -
ity, g *nd re*-
honesty, bo<
I ''-
chasing Agent, I administer the
:-:.. with at

vigorously working in her behalf ;....;- battle
because of the splendid record in to his opponents a
ffi that she has made since her f. .
[i the London-Scottish Infantry
durin? the World War. two hand-
some young soldiers trudged side election in 1?34- Prior to her elec- .. ... _.
by tide aeroaa Flanders Fields tion he w Kh(' teacher t r
- to the world. ~:x vor,r" S:r e her *lctfon
Sow mid n are "bud- '"35 brought about some
ing ,ff .- -' Mr. 1
arly the "Walker" examina- seeking
tioru
n finding out : '
Marsh" and nUin*
pressed in school I i As" '
.
.;'' d. where both
ned world fame as film
is Herbert Marshall, who is
I witl
Kt-rguson, Justice of the
ict 2 is seeking re-
:he office which he now
He is baaing his appeal for
rt on the fact that he has
.-ands of cases and at all
ited all litigants with
w, impartiality and justice.
as the first Justice of the
F rida to return excess
ite. He is a native
I ty, Fla.. and has been ac-
i welfare work in
this Cit vr member of
Club of
: served two terms
a member of
W,..idmen,
Order of Easter Star, ai
Chamber of Commerce. H
ROBBINS ROOFIN(; 4 SH 1
METAI. Wr)RKs
Responsible Roofers Since 19k
Inspections and Estimate. p"l
222 N. W. 26th St. ,.hoBe Jjj
ALVIN WALDER
ence, a
- asking 1 re-
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ELECT
W. F. BROWN

VOTE FOR
SAM W. DAVIS
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VOTE FOR
MARK
WILCOX
PENSIONS. No! Promises
ACTION, N'ol Words!

Charlie Dillon
For
CLERK OF CRIMINAL
COURT OF RECORD
Fur Dude 1 ountj
And Insure an Effideal
Progressive and BusineMfib
Administration
p \.
Jl'DOE CIVIL
COURT OF RECORD
Subject to Democratic Primary]
County
Commissioner
YOl R VOTE AND SUPPORT I j u 1 v
WILL BE APPRECIATED
. .
District No. 3
"ELECT A BUSINESS
FOR A BUSINESS!
ADMINISTRATION"
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RE-ELECT
H A N SON ROOFING c o.
En bltshed Since 1VI >
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRA* TOK
Ir. \ :
328 N. E. 13th St. Ph.me- 2 lft.112-6582
RALPH POLE
JIM HICKLAND
CONSTABLE
District No. 5
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DAN HARDIE HJHb
SAYS: b^bUbT ^S
Honesty and E ** a I
Moral Courage
Are the Main Requirements wi %T^ a
For Sheriff
VOTE FOR
DAN HARDIE
Asks the Support of
Miami Beach Voters
in His Candidacy
For Re-Election
As
JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE
Which Will Insure
Continued Courtesy and
Honest Administration
of Justice
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G. C. "Dutch" Kirkland
Candidate for
Supervisor of Registration
June Primary1936
Tell Your Friends About Him


hday
. May 29, 1936
Political^ Bri^'
THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
Pane Thirteen
should bo re-elected to the office dona
which he now holds.
ors, Mrs. Sam Weiss and Mrs. | had as her co-chairman, Mrs. M. L.
Herbert Weiss; J. N. F.. Mrs. Ike ; Hollins. They were assisted by
Witten; rummage, Mrs. S. S. Gof- Mrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. J. T. Wilen-
and now a rlimn, mC1' ^ in; BeWlng a'Ul 'inen S0W^ >k>' M,s- Si" Crlton, Mrs. Mor-
,arS nZrU^T*. h";'"-V"a" M' Wiu-. no .ubscrip- ris Ghelerter Mrs. Sidney Schata.
.; over but the shout- r0L3 T n UK liU"' "" Sam Witteni tourirt- ". Perry Kantor, Mrs. Sam Wi*
7!!, w fS,ta"aC; M-s. ..avid Harris. ten, Mr8. Nath8n Newman> Mrs.
ttve candidate for the off.ee of Delegates to the National con- Al Stein, Mrs. Abe Setaer Mrs.
State Senator from Dade County, vention to be held in Philadelphia Dave Rosenthal, Mrs. R. Rosen-
He is a naUve ot Springfield, Ohio, in October are Mrs. Nat Cohen and verg, Mrs. Pete Haimowitz and
and received hia education at Mrs. Herbert Weiss, with Mrs. Ira Mrs
I according to the friends of Er-
Qraham, candidate for state am]
'a al
,!, of course, the second pri.
JL, y looks like Ernest Graham
* sure shot for the run-off. He
1,1 upset political dopesters by
%n^v?T%uTdthrkprob.wJ l'rin^n^ Harvard. He was in
blic like 't, l>ut tllat prouaoiy the Ah. S(1|,vic(i (|u|.jn(t lhe W()|.|(,
11. Talisman.
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PROMINENT JEWISH
MERCHANTS URGE
ALL JEWISH AND
NON-JEWISH VOTERS
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AND
beca Ernest was making an
'..,! larked with state figures
War and came to Florida from
to .John Voter's pocket-
[l ],, any event, he has brought
rticular thing in the
ign, of which he can be
noud. He strained political hooey
j fine mesh screen and
up a dish of cold hard facts,
[ ,t tribute to any can- souk1u ,;;,,
Idate, left t"e voters in deep
I
line
ptim
, gjt looks like "Senator Er-
I iham!" was the statement
Graham headquartera.
"a!l'" Honoring Miss .Mary Kramer, \ |
Announcement of a dance to be bride-elect, Mrs. S. D. Kramer gave
Ina where he was in- given June 24 at the beach pierun- a bridge party followed by a kitch- |
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Perry en shower on Friday.
Kantor and Mrs .Sam Witten, was Mrs. Kramer's home was deco- I
ma !' rated with early summer flowers. I
After several progressions of ;
The .Jewish Center was the scene bridge attractive pot holders and I
that economy should be practiced of the Daughters of Israel final green memorandum pads were
dessert-bridge of the Beason. The awarded to Mrs. 0. Margol, Mrs. j
auditorium was attractively ar- William Schemer, Mrs. 11. Heyman. [
ELECT
terested in the furniture manufac-
ing business. He practiced law un-
til 1931 and retired because of ill
health. Mr. Tilton is decidedly
against the tax sales, and believe-
rather than new sources uf revenue
His many friends
I tl-t as V0U know is '"^ 'ha' becausc "' th(' 'mI">'tant ranged. The guests were served a Mrs. I. Weiss and Mrs. .1. Cohen. I
t h hattle "We "'n't 1<'jrislati"n tnat is D0U,1(1 >" ''"""' delicious dessert and the remainder and Mrs. M. Margol received a ]
"' "' but from where 1"'1"r'' the "('xt legislature it is of the afternoon was spent in play- green apron as a special prize.
imperative that businessmen be ing bridge. Green and white refreshments '
elected as state Senator to pro- At the conclusion .if the games were served by the hostess, Mrs. 11.
test their interests. prizes were awarded at individual Heyman, and Miss Maygoldie
--------- tables. Special prizes were award- Setzer,
Abe S. Goldman, a native of ed lo Mrs. Max Safer and Mrs. J.------------------------
Jacksonville, Pla., is a candidate Lazarus. Mrs. Safer received a
Caldwell, a candidate
or, who ran among the ,-,,,. Constable in District 2 of Dade modern electric iron and a hand- yr r -vj .
I indidates in l'.:(2, is pre- o.uniy. Mr. Goldman received his some sandwich tray was presented IvGy WCSt INOlCS
Jentinj: himself as the All-Florida education j Jacksonville public to Mrs. Lazarus.
J He was born and reared Bchools and later attended the Uni- ---------
[ and West Florida and is ver8jty ,- Florida. During his Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schulhofer
j ,ctive in Miami, South Flor- |ong resjdence jn Florida he has announce the engagement of their
Ida. Hi i basing his campaign ),,. a(.,;V(, -m communal affairs daughter, Adele Frances, t Mai- tne COngregaton of the local syna-
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Binhorn on Fri-
day evening, May "J2, entertained
L the need for effecting laws to do aI1(| nas earned a splendid reputa- vein Bernard Finkelstein, son of g0gue, following the Bar Mitzvah
Lay with the chain store evil and ,, in 1)U|,|ic. and private life. He Mrs. Neal Finkelstein and the late of tht'ir y0Ungest sun, Jack. Mr.
it in the last five years |s ag|{ing. or election as constable .Veal KinkdUtein. The wedding
P....... Florida home merchants have ()n a p]t.,|^,. f decent law enforce- will take place in July.
bone OUl of business and that in ,,., an,| ,)1(. protection of children ---------
She last 15 years the volume of aj,amst the evil influences which Mrs. Clio Shumes announces the
kosinesi done by the chain stores ,.,,suit (,., laxity in the duties of engagement of her daughter, Bes-
l. Pearlman acted as toastmaster.
Delicious refreshments w e r e
served.
the office.
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Jfcad increased from 5 to 5ti per
Icent of the total. He stated the
Ihome-owned stores employ '.10,000
.people and that on wholesale and Typlf cnnvlllp NPWQ will be announced later.
fail sales of $160,000,000 they pay J<
I$50.0ti0,iioii in wages, whereas the
[chain stores on a volume of $200,-
100,000 pay only $8,000,000 in
Mrs. George Kantor and sister,
sie, to Manuel Goldstein, son of Mrs 1{ Kirchik, are spending a
Charles Goldstein of Hartford, va,.atjori in Hot Springs.
Conn. The date of the marriage ---------
Mr. and Mrs. I. Appelrouth and
Mr. B. Weintraub were in Talla-
The picnic committee, headed by hassee to attend the graduation of
The Temple Sisterhood closed I. M. l.ieberman, announces an all- their sister and daughter. Miss Ida
the season with a luncheon Friday day picnic of the Jacksonville Jew- Weintraub. from the Slate Univer-
in the Temple Home. Mrs. Sam ish Center and its affiliated or- s;ty Miss Goldie Lewinsky Fish
ka for the support of the Kassewjtz .,,) Mrs. Clarence Gins, ganizations, Sunday. May 81, at fofa aiso wi]| graduate this week.
berg were co-chairmen of the May Rubin's Camp, on the San .lose ---------
meeting. Road. Miss Cynthia Pearlman, valedic-
______ An interesting program of en- torian of the graduating class of
Officers of Senior Hadassah were tertainment is scheduled to begin \\r.;t\, will also receive the schol-
instelled at the first meeting of iat 10 o'clock Sunday morning and asti,. prize offered by the P.-T. A.
GRADY
BURTON
Your Next
GOVERNOR
electorate on this and other impor-
tant measures contained in his plat-
liorm.
J. M. Lee, now a candidate for
Ire-election to the office of state
[comptroller, to which he was
[elected in 1932, has had a long and
active public career, both in his
Jaativi state of Georgia and in his
I I Btete of Florida. Mr. Lee
[is a native of Irwin County, Geor-
ast until late in the afternoon. eacn year to the- boy and girl hold-
The program will include novelty |ng the highest scholastic average,
field events, tug-of-war,
three-
the season last week at the Jewish
Center.
Officers installed with Mrs. Nat
Cohen, president, were: Mrs. Jo-
seph Strauss, first vice-president,
and Mrs. William Silverman, third
vice-president. Other officers who.
will serve one more year are: Mrs. dren's picnic with the Center pic- wit2.
legged race and a pie-eating con-
test.
Visitors in Miami this week-end
were Mr. Ch. Aronovitz. Mr. J.
The Daughters of Israel have de- Aronovitz. Mrs. Frank Holtsberg,
cided to combine the anual chil- Mrs. Mendel ami Mr. M E. Herko- !
Because he is the only
candidate who will cham-
pion the cause of the
independent merchants
against the sales tax.
GRADY Bl'RTON IS
YOIR ONLY DEFENSE
i I'iiid for iy n uruup of Independent
Florida Jewish merchants itiii'i'>i'l
in protecting their livelihood*)
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pia. where he served as county p Kantor, corresponding secre- nic. All students of the Center
judge. He began the practice of M|s s.|m Kassewitz, record- religious schools will be their
' tag 'secretary; Mrs. Harry Katz. guests.
treasure, ; Mrs. Ira Stein, financial M. B. Glickstein is in charge of
secretary; Mrs. Louis Witten, exec- athletic events Jack ew of the
u,,ve secretary; Mrs. Herbert musical program, and Jack Scntlei
Walss second vice-president of the boxing and wrestling exh-
[law in Georgia in 1915 and in 1923 .
| in Florida. In 1925 he became
Iprosecuting attorney for High-
lands County and attorney for the
I county commissioner.1^ which posi-
tions he held until his election as
[comptroller in 1932. In 1927, 1929
land 1 'j:;] he served as a member of
lhe Florida Legislature from his
Committee chairmen were an
nounced as follows: Membership,
Mrs. Joseph Strauss; hospitality,
s Bucholtz; program, Mrs.
. bitions.
The closing event on the calen-
dar of the Ladies' Hebrew Shelter-
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comptroller he in 1982 made a num-
F"i' of promises, which he now
[points out have all been kept. Dur-
ing his tenure in office he has al-
ays been fearless and has been |
I the cause of increasing tax collec- j
of the stale. In great mcas- I
"fc it was due to his ability that |
the schools have been able to ob-11
"Ml the full appropriation prom- |
ied them, the first time in the his. |[
[tory 0f the state that this promise ]
been kept. Because of his I
cord in office, his care- |
fu' and proper liquidation of banks \
wining into his jurisdiction, and |
yment of dividends from de- j
,u,lCt banks because of their care- |
ful liquidation, his many friends 1
that Comptroller J. M. Lee1]
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Norman N. Blakley
The Man That Dade County Needs
for
FLORIDA HOUSE OF
REPRESENTATIVES
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Will Serve Unselfishly All the People
N Fearless. Honest and Capable and
Will Prove a Friend to All
Subject to Democratic June Primary
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

Tampa Notes
Now officers will be installed at
the annual luncheon June 4th, at
the Floridai) Hotel. Mrs. Ben
Haimovitz, chairman; Mrs. Fred
Perlman and .Mrs. Morris Bennett bert Star!
are the luncheon committee. Res-
ervationa may be made with any
of these ladies until Tuesday, June
2nd. Mr. David Stein, president
of the congregation, Rabbi Adolph
Burger and Mrs. s. Stein will be
guests of honor.
Kisler.
Wednesday Diamondhall game
between Y. M. H. A. team and
Jayeees.
Thursday Diamondhall game
versus Essbeeys. Class in chess
conducted by Ely Solomon and Al-
J^'a.v, May 29
Friday.'!:;!0 p. m. class in bal-
let and tap dancing. Evening, re-
ligious services at temple and syn-
agogues.
Mrs. I. Liebmann was elected
president of the Ladies' Auxiliary
, ~ of Temple Kodoph Sholom at a
'mPa I special meeting of the auxiliary
last week at the temple.
Mis. I. Segal] was elected first
vice president; Mrs. A. M. Wolf-
son, second vice president; Mrs. N.
I.. Marcus, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. P. Gotler, recording
section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, held their annual
mo ther-and-daughter dinner last
week at the Tampa Terrace Hotel.
New officers installed were Miss
Kuth Salsbury, president; Miss
Democratic circles.
This season's first beach social
sponsored by B'nai B'rith proved
,., tremendous success when more
than 100 persona attended Sun-
Way 24, at Daytona Beach,
near Lenox avenue. Winners in
Rl] and relay raees included
,| Mrs. William Sirkin, I.ouis
Ossinsky, -Mis. Florence Heed, Har-
old Marks, David Marks, Stanley
\'aS8i Ruby Lee Goldman, Myra
. Marian l.evey and Mrs.
K. Goldman. This group and
friends plan to meet every Sunday
and Thursday afternoon on the
beach for games and swimming.
suffers and survive, aBd .
fied and struggle on b "
of this age, of every a>J
the giving and of the acceJ"l
the Law and never JH
hopelessly yielding up it, h *|
will to the idolaSS,"*!
world.
J
The World's
Window
Clarice Steinberg, v,ce president; gecretary; and Mrs. Maurice Stein, Ml Kin GROSSMAN
.Mi- Rae Birnbach, recording sec- Usurer. Mrs, Heni.y Brashi who Candidate lor Constable in Miam
retary Miss Rose Kate, corres- is retiri fl.(),n ofice ,. tMagurer Beach District
ponding secretary; Miss Henrietta afu,,. u, vca,.s ,
\\ aterman, treasurer; Miss Ruth
Finman, auditor.
en years ol service, was
elected an honorary member of the
I oard and parliamentarian, ami
.Mrs. Joseph Won, president of m, r> r> i j
.,. ... Mrs. A. R. Berger was also made a
member of the hoard.
open house Wednesday night, May
27th, in honor of their laughter.
Hie Tampa section, and Mrs. A. R.
Berger, sponsor of the council, at-,
tended.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments were Miss Sylvia Stoun,
Miss Rae Birnbach and Miss Char-
lotte Cracowaner.
Orlando Notes
A dinner card party took place
last Wednesday evening in the gar-
den of Mrs. 1. Abramovitz's home,
sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary
of Rodoph Sholom Temple.
Committee in charge wen
dames I. Abramovitz, I. Lie
1. Segall, II. A. Jenkins and
H. Jenkins.
MeK
bman,
I Mrs
The picnic held at Temple Ter-
race was attended by over four
hundred persons, who participated
in the numerous activities. Thl
committee in charge included Mes
dames Joseph Abramovitz, 11. A.
Jenkins, M. II. Kisler, I. Abram-
ovitz, I. Liebman, Rose Segall, Be*
Haimovitz, Dr. and Mrs. Fred I.e-
bos, Rabbi Adolph Burger, Ben
Finman. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sher-
man, Julius Silvcrman, Dr. Her-
bert Lewy, Gabe Haliczer, Jack
Morris. Phil Haimovitz, Charles
Rosenvaig, Roy Jenkins, Max E.
Brody, Sam Argintar, Albert Se-
gall, Sidney Linker and Dr. J. Leon
Schwai tz.
The schedule of activities for the
coming weke includes:
Sunday Regular weekly dance
for members and their friends.
The activities of the Women's
Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev
Sholem were concluded for the sea-
son with a luncheon held Wednes-
day at the Perrydell. An enjoy-
able musical program was rendered
by Mrs. Ben Greenberg, violin, ac-
lompanied by Mr. Al. Prinsky. Mrs.
Sol Wittenstein acted as chairman
and many novel features were in-
troduced. Mrs. Jesse Rosen, presi-
dent of the Temple Beth El Sister-
hood, installed the following of-
ficers: Mrs. Benjamin Salomon,
president; Mrs. II. Leiberman, vice
president; Mrs. It .1. Cohen, record
ing secretary; Mrs. M. J. Safer.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. II.
Kottleman, treasurer. Mrs. 1.
Keeker chairman of the ways and
mean- committee, presented Mrs.
Joseph Wolfe, the retiring presi-
dent, with a beautiful hostess I ray.
Mrs. Wolfe expressed her deep ap-
preciation for this token of esteem.
Bridge followed the luncheon. Mrs.
II. Leiberman won first prize.
Miss Beatrice Leiberman has
arrived home for the summer after
attending the University of Ala-
bama.
The following graduates
hold open house June 1st,
graduation exi at
homes: Misses Dorothy Baker,
Pearl Safer, Gertrude Haimovitz.
Florence Wittensteni, Eli Haimo-
vitz, George Wolly. The entire
community is cordially invited. No
cards will be sent.
(Continued from Page I I
this vision and tiii- eon epl; mil-
lions are sinning and falling away
even in this age. Only the name
changes. The psychological :a is
are absolutely constant. Once the
name was renegade; today, upon
alter the whole, it would be die-hard as-
their similationist. Hut the strong core
if I- rael remains an I .-.. ives and
will
Mr. and Mr-. J. Soowal, of Phila-
delphia, Pa., whose marriage took
place on May 10th in that city, are
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
wal and family for several weeks.
(n their return trip home thi.
visit several point., of intcn
Ruth Esther Rosen, Max-
iii and Irene Braverman, students
at F. S. C, W. a. Tallahassee, ar-
rived home this week for their
summer meal.
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Vo,k.
Mrs. E. Greenberg returned lo
her home in Hartford, Conn., after
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Mis. living Levey, will be gradu-
ated Saturday, May 30, aa an hon-
or student from the Illinois C egt
of Chiropody and Foot Su
Monday Meeting of the Co-ed last week and wish him a Godspeed Chicago, receiving a D. s
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meetii Girl Scouts, s p. m.,
meeting of Hoy Scouts and clas-
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recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper re-
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y attended the graduation ol
I conversatonal their daughter, Elaine, who receiv-
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,„ May 29, 1936 ida\ THE JEWISH Fi.ORIDIAN MIAMI NOTES Page Eleven By HARRY SCHWARTZ H H, \. To Have Their Annual Election Wednesday Thl importance of the oncomfcnp annual election which will be "eld Wednesday, JuneS, merits the attendance of each and every member to participate in the selection of officers and board members to carry in and improve I where the preceding administration left There is good reason for all %  concern i in giving serious thought Coward the betterment of an inLtitutioi that is slowly but surely jmakin: mark towards Jewish Idevelopnii nt in a community that I is in dire need of such a center. %  Electing the proper men is the task %  thai nfronts each of you. Good |' iui k to each and every candidate, land may the best man win. Every %  candidate chosen to date has prom[ ipport of the Townsend _>la„ ai i wants it understood by [all ami undry that he is not being supported by the Sholtz regime. |.Sliin :— %  is ersht goot in drerd. |Y. W. To Preseni Summer Frolic June 7 AI Royal I'alm Club Too much publicity has not been Igiven the first presentation of the ] Summer Frolic and Dance to be by the Young Women's IDivision at the Royal Palm Club, ISunday, June 7, but we urge each „t you attend and participate in helping honor the newly-elected V. M. off era as well as make this [affair an outstanding one. The ] women are honoring the new offim ith a dinner at the clubrooms [previous to the dinner, from where they will all attend in full regalia for th installation. Tell your [friends about this occasion and let's HI have a record attendlance, are selling for $1.00 I per i Remember the date. [Sunday, June 7, at the Royal Palm I Club, In charge of arrangements are [Franci Tobias, chairman; Josephine K num. and Betty Tobias. The public is strongly urged to attend. the Y Diamondball team put their batting clothes on and banged out 16 hits for a 20-to-ll victory over the Miami Beach Jaycees. A great deal of credit for the victory belongs to Allie Berkowitz, who, although having to pitch every gam.. played by the Y, succeeded in keeping the opponents under control. Upon hearing of his election to the captaincy of the diamondball team, Davis Lackawitz returned the compliment to the boys by socking two home runs ami two singles in five trips to the plate. Following is the batting average for the first 4 games played: Player AB H R Avg. Mac Goldstein 1 1 o 1000 Davis Lackawitz. Hi 7 6 !-•"> Leo Lipowsky 12 1 1 333 Samy Tendrich 10 3 0 300 Bernie Frank 11 1 B 289 Nat Blumberg .822 250 Normy Thaler 9 2 5 221 Frank Rose ....15 :i 3 200 Ralph Grossman 16 3 ,'i 189 Hairy Golden 6 1 %  '! 167 AI Reisman 6 I 3 HIT Socko Segal 16 2 •'! 125 Ceo. Reichgott 9 10 111 Allie Berkowitz Id 1 1 100 Team Batting A v. 158 35 36 22 Every loyal member of the Y should attend tonight's game that will lie played against the WIOD team, which is presently in first place. This game will be part of a double-header, so bring your lunch bag and get prepared for a real evening of fun, as well as cheer the hoys on to victory. Flamingo Park is the place; time of first game is 8 o'clock. Admission, 10 cents. Manager Max Goldstein appointed Jules Wilson assistant coach. as well as to the lucky dance contesl winners. Admission is 35 cents, stag or drag. The Y clubrooms were closed Tuesday so that its members could observe the Shvouth Holiday. On his record his many friends urge that the best interests of the district will be served by the reelection of Justice Cleemnt I,. Theed. Our condolences to the Dubler family upon the loss of their mother. Political Briefs Harold C. Costello, prominent attorney and well known in the community for his work in civic and communal affairs, is a candidate for the office of County Commissioner in District 1. He came to Dade County in 1922 and since then has Berved as school trustee. He is married and has three children, two of whom are attending the public schools of Dade County. His friends urge his election on the basis of his knowledge of public affairs, the needs of the county and his well-known ability for the duties Of the office. They further Urge that a man of his honesty and fearlessness is needed in public service. Murl E. Pace, candidate for State Comptroller, is a native of southern Kentucky. He is a graduate in accountancy and business training, has been a school teacher for three years, an abstractor, real es-1 late dealer, a duly qualified public accountant and Lake County Tax! Assessor from 1929 to 1936. He is I .i' live ill the Young Democrats of Tavares, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Elks, Knights of Pythias, Masons, Eastern Star and many other fraternal organizations. He has a splendid record in public office, having been a member of the Tavares City Council, Chairman of the Tavares School Hoard. lie is urging efficiency and intelligent econmy in the Comptroller's office, elimination of unnecessary offices and expenses in the Comptroller's office, and an administration of all matters coming under the comptroller's department in such a way that the taxpayers' interests will at all times be conserved, rrt >/*-• Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. May .11. June 1, 2 Herbert Marshall—Merle Oberon Fredric March DARK ANGEL > AVENUE *. % %  %  • %  • %  I r 0Wj Sun.. Max .11. Mon.. June 1 Myrna l.oy—Spencer T'rai %  > WHIPSAW jj FOR i TREASURER i\ of the Junior Division to Honor Graduates With Barn Dance Party On Monday, June 15, the Junior Division will honor all Jewish high school graduates at their Barn Dance to be held at the Y Clubrooms. Prizes will be awarded to those dressed in the best costumes, Clement L. Theed has served as Justice (it the Peace iii District •'( for the past two terms, during which time he established a splendid record for efficiency, impar( tiality, justice and the ability to i ^Jf nit* g\{' V\l\r\f\ti '•' preside over this important insti' tution of the people. He is asking for re-election to the office on his record. Since his arrival in the county more than 25 years ago he has been active in civic, communal, welfare and fraternal work of the community. He graduated from the University of Florida and began the practice of law in 1925. Diamondball News At 1 ., r three consecutive defeats "r%\Jih\Wii. J m IMNQLE ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA CHARLIE GWNER, M." Sar.pl, R oom „<,„ p,i„„ Bath $4.00 Sl'3*it incieaic lor double occupancy Pitt. ) 6 PO UND Hal.I. HOICL PAI71N V HOItL DESOTO INVISIBLE GLASS The first installation of "Invisible Class" in the South has been made in B l R DINK'S "Palm Heath Shop" Display Window On First Street side, next to Miami Avenue. — As usual, in keeping with the (rend in modern stoic front and display window designs this installation is being made by BINSWAN6ER & CO. 1212 N. E. Second Ave. S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr. A HERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, 1'rea. 1345) West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE TED I LANCASTER f ((Give the Young Man a Chance)] • i!';ii,l Political Advertisement) IrWWlrWWVWWVrV VOTE FOR JUDGE A. B. SMALL Candidate for Nomination to Succeed Himself as JUDGE OF THE : CIVIL COURT OF RECORD June Primary 1936 Your Supper! Will Be Appreciated (Paid for by %  friend) = 1 1 mini 111111111111111111n.it """ '""' VOTE FOR TOM WOOD FOR Constable DISTRICT No. 2 Merits Promotion EXPERIENCED—COURTEOUS QUALIFIED raid for by n friend CLEMENT L. THEED JUSTICE OF PEACE Third District %  %  ; .1 r..r l,y Frlandi 1 Rally 'Round WM. C. HODGES HOMESTEAD BILL' CANDIDATE FOR Governor HODGES, HODGES because he Btands so far ahead, has been viciously slandered by the usual age-old sickening dirt spread by the professional politician and because led the fighl tor the masse of the id" tn gt t taxes iff their homes and to kill the sales tax. The "bis interests" don't want HODGES because lie stands openly for old age and mothers' pensions and because HODGES' fight for the tax11 ee homi s made these "special interests" shoulder their proper of the tax burden. If the voters recognize HODGES' past service to the average citizen by rallying to his banner, this leader of the masses, known for his "past performances" instead of "political plat!' 11 r m promises" can win In the first primary. Help Yourself, Your Family, Your Home. Your Schools by Helping HODGES! The Poor Man's Friend 1 Pa id f..r by Friends) part :=


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Friday. May 29, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN "Political Briefs Jfor the protection of the people. • Harry Goldstein, incumbent in -During "B final week of the j t he office ot tax collector for Dade Icampaign for governor of Florida, %  County, is a candidate for re-eleeiDan (happell of Dade County, tion to this office on his record Ipromineiit attorney and former leg. since his appointment and his abillislator, has discussed the issues of j ity to serve the public. In addiLjj campaign vigorously in Page Five |many addresses. The candidate said his program I tion to the record established during his short tenure in office of increased tax collections, he points for curing present ills as to taxato his previous record of service Ition, spending and policies, was the j to the state of Florida in civic L,.t being offered in the camand communal work. He is a mem. !,>,„. He declared his recall of ber and director of the Florida Igtate officers by the people pro' %  League for Better Schools, Dade posal, plus his proposed amendCouny unit; a member of the board | mc m making it impossible to imof governors of the Open A pose any new forms of taxation Bible Class; a member of the exI without the approval of the people ecutive committee, Dade County L their ballot, were two of the Council, Boy Scouts; chairman of Ihighpoints of his program, along the committee, Boy Scouts, departIvith schools and pensions. ment of Florida, American Legion; Mr. Chappell said he will con-1 president of the Miami chapter. Itjnue his fight for the schools, lit Florida Institute of Accountant?, [will work to raise the salaries of j and vice president Florida Insti | teachers. He favors old-age tute of Accountants during 1935; n. having drafted a resolua member of the American Society lion in the legislature to ask con0 f Certified Public Accounts to approve the old-age penhas been admitted to practice be[tion bill. He will work for a rftfore the United States Treasury |duction in the gasoline tax and Department and the United States automobile license tags to $3 and Board "t" Tax Appeals; ie a men-h: h He is against all new forms ber of Masonic bodies and Mahi of taxation unless they are ap-1 Temple, Shrine; a member and |proved by the people. He favors trustee of IS. P. 0, Elks, number [giving the people the right to in;MS, Miami; a member and past recall elections and the elimpost commander of Harvey Seeds [illation of two-thirds of the 1,400 Post, American Legion; a member bureaus, hoards and commissions of Reserve Officers Association, in the siate. and a member of the military order icked the Sholtz adminisllt tni World War. I nation, decried its "extravagance," iccused the governor of squander' • log state money for political pur: MS. Chap,,;; Aiii wind up his campaign in Bayfront Park next Monday night, June 1st. D. C. Coleman, candidate for reelection to the office of sheriff, which he has occupied since October, 1983, when he was appointed to succeed Dan Hardie, asks for re-election on his record in office. Sheriff Coleman recently was elected president of the Sheriffs Association of Florida, being the first Dade County sheriff to be 80 honored. Mr. Coleman's experience as a law enforcement officer and administrator has extended over a period of eight years. He has been active in civic, fraternal and religious activities in Miami his residence here. ami and is a practicing attorney in this area. He is appealing to the voters to elect him on his past history, his ability and the constructive legislation he is espousing. Vccording to reports from Cannon headquarters, the candidacy of Pal Cannon, Miami entry for the fourth congressional district race, ie rapidly gaining momentum in the home stretch. Cannon has waged a vigorous fight, and has spoken to the largest crowds of any of the numerous candidates in lliis area. A straw vote taken in Palm Beach County, the home county of the incumbent, shows Cannon leading by •'! to l. Cannon has the unanimous endorsement of the Townsend clubs of the entire district and is dailyreceiving endorsements from various organizations and clubs. He has stated his platform vigorously and without equivocation and has won many adherents by his straightforwardness. Cannon is a graduate of the University of MiErnie W'oolfe of Miami Beach, oi the office of conthe Fifth district of Dade has been a resident of Miami Beach for the past eleven He has been active in the i communal work of the Beach, being a founder of the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Miami Beach and of the Civic League of that city. He is the son. u-lan I Mr. and Mrs. Louis %  '• %  e Mayfield Court Aparti uilders an I ikers o Miami Bea i. Mr. Woe,;;".' pn mis i ness and efficient ad n of the office in tl e :' the citizenry of the i strict law enforo I pledge vou ^at I shall administer justice fearlessly and impartially if elected JUSTICE OF THE PEACE in the Miami Beach District ERNIE W00I.FE i Paid for b> %  Friendi JOHN B. PHELPS Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER In Districl •'( Comprising l'recincts lL' to 50 Inclusive A Business -Man for a Business Office I' ,,i Political Advertisement) NATHAN MAYO COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE MARKET BUILDER FOR FLORIDA FARMERS %  Political Advertisement—Paid for by friends of Nathan Mayo) NOT1 The Miami Home Milk Producers Association announces the resignation of Mr. J. T. Trice as Sales Manager of the Association, effective as of May 16, and the appointment of Mr. Joe Roberts to the position. Miami Home Milk Producers Associatiou 769 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 Win. W. Woods, member of the State Democratic Executive committee from the fourth congressional district, is a candidate for the legislature in Group 3. He has been a long-time resident of Dade County, and became identified with the Young Democrats organization at its very inception. He was a delegate from Florida to the 1932 national convention of Young Dem. ocrats at Kansas City and last year at the convention in Milwaukee. He served as a member of the by-laws revision committee and has gained prominence as a national leader of the organization. I!e is connected with the Sam Murray Motor Co. and is well known in the auto field. He is asking for election to the legislature on his record of service to the party, his ability and a pledge of constructive work for Dade County if he is elected. Next Monday, June 1st, at 8 p. m., the board of directors of the Jewish Welfare Bureau will hold an important meeting to listen to a report of the standing of the organization and its work during the past six years. Other important matters for the welfare of the organization will be acted on EVERY TRUST FULFILLED H E N R Y H. FILER STATE SENATOR 25 YEARS' PUBLIC SERVICE in DADE COUNTY LET'S GO SOLID FOR DAN CHAPPELL FOR GOVERNOR Without Fear or Favor Law Enforcement Make Your County a Clean Place to Live VOTE FOR L. R. (Roy) WEST0N Candidate for SHERIFF Subject I" Democratic Primary June 2nd. 1936 i ment) HEAR HIM SPEAK IN BAYFRONT PARK Monday Night June 1st WWV^ *< ^ ^" >V^V>


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Pago Six THE JEWISH FLORIDIAS r Fnda>; May g Society Political Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lavigne Judge Ra]eigh Pettewa entertained at their home Fridav maxed his Dade County campaipn night, honoring Miss Bessie Carlin, for governor with a speech who will be married next month in Lummus Park last week. NC'.v York t Max Rudolf. His many UnAl My ^ Jffldge Guests included Mr. and Mrs. J. Petteway-a honesty, fearlessness hm.no! Syracuse, N. Y., Mr. and Jn8tneM in condactil .. If a S n Mr •' : ""• and wholesome campaign without goverr.or'i nnV ;. : •' ; rs Jack viUifying or attacking the charac thing I propose 1 %  Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Toter of any of hi? opponenta %  .. not to report favors tax measure. And thej their promii •T have been • %  homesti tended. "I am lions, not as charity, bat bin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearlman, : ,, :u5o hinii : ''^:.' v \/ k candidate in the field. His His sincerity i> d< a I It the fact that he voluntarily redeserving duced his salary 20 per cent I re it was redti law. He has refused to accept salary • March 31st until a:':. %  %  M:ss M II I ecil Carlin. Mrs. J. Merson, Miss Rita an Hiss Selma Men > CarBurl %  Mas S the : %  •'' • an >" presenci I the *•* hy th< present administrat • families. r %  : %  %  '• "'• r bloc in the ] The brid re %  wl %  ;: %  %  '"' %  • a -" 0 i .., other thii .-. ... n < toii an I Education Aw itoriet fnm, repeal of the I %  • %  g %  wi : ling %  : •. Mr. and Mrs. B • %  wita two Job practice, honest; left i N,A ...... ..,... ti aN Ba re. Md.. and New n < : "' v K : ""cement, enV .... The; home Brag :: ent %  : *> ''' %  retu ad exemption. • • Judge Petteway will clot i I campaign in Tampa, whore he will I a Simpsoi igl t. ?peak over an all-Fl rida new rk I •' Mi I Mrs %  %  %  ius Simpson, a Moi lay, Jun< 1st, at 6:00 p. m., j • this weel • L'niwhen hi will mak his last al Alaba I to the v :ers. a student I %  i i a : %  fUl A Business Man for youthful violators fenders. Mr. Burton provide for County to serve without appointed on the • local, civic and cations, whose duty keep track of the aroled to them, to first, that they stay avoid evil companr, and. second, led with emitarte I n the way I to society. .. rously opposed ichine, the two-job pracfor hardened rax and the • ..en | basis upon ; im for the F %  la: a defifund, congame and natn of agri! culture and industry, a nation.^ '•Advertise Florida" c M financed by the odd ^nT* pa.d to winners at race tracks Z Townaend plan, a pai „i ( ;'.•"* free from politics, and a L cratic Party platform convent^ Comptroller J. M. LEE lor STATE SENATOR For Efficiency, Honesty and Fearlessness in Law Enforcement ELECT ,, ... ,,. Senat W ..%  c. H Igi -. can. I • %  %  for goven r, i I i add ssI %  luring th, week explained he w week for*. Tint to had voted f r the il : lii andj ei %  • in Michigan. ....._ ; preven| j ... ,, adoption • a sales tax measure = %  '* %  %  and then only because it has a I vinuig his niec, referendum pr vi.i n h. u need w Dr. and Mrs i ,. B. ; .. -'" %  '-• : return attacks I y other %  %  .-. • %  .... %  ry Boll in and Mr. M. L. C wei left Tuesiay -" manufacturers' and dea'.ers' B -• Tl ;. will %  • %  loom offiit S ,.: the B %  la Sonya Wilm r : Mr. Gilf I iteii Tl left for a le here • :'~:.return. held an inf rmal meeting and sey. % % %  %  :a V-'_•A %  Dating ttee t : %  :'; ri for tl ;yi %  .. %  %  : la Saf< .Bed \ : ion. • • p H son of rarta, ty, was E %  • blessings ad t "' the congreft oy. Cant I %  family, wh ; Mrs. Jacob H. K.. Use n I Mr. George Oli:' Sew York, grandfather of Ba its wen gu< its I Taliffet %  y otner gv i ial :..:• regar ling this •• ital issue in the current campaign, "You don't need a J vernor or a legislature t e slot machine la "It car. %  •: repeali I bj ; %  a now." Hv cited the referendum | for elections i • ft • iinty, "It the t ised the i itat is you wonld have had a 3 per cent saJes tax." he said. "The sales tax was defeat* i by the action of a sens nted by me and I ap%  %  •' I thi ml] ^-pledged them Mr. Business Man, as %  mer-j chant 1 have the same problems] that you ha\e. I cannot hrlpj myself without helping you. VOTE FOR JOHNK.TlLTONj a furnicr attorney and Coral liable* drusi:it. for STATE SENATOR PENALTY OF PROGRESS Let the rich counties like Dade pay the bill-." i. ih. C r\ from North Florida, and now ith the -tat,spending some #:f: -""" rear. Dad. I ount] is forced to paj one-sixth ol state ta\-. [here ino jusicc in it, so let's stop it! VOTE FOR ERNEST R. GRAHAM for STATE SENATOR OWEN CARR Candidate for Constable Second District Dade County. Florida QUALIFIED AND ABLE YOUR VOTE AXD SUPPORT APPRECIATED ratic June Prii has kept his evei v m -nn, ise during the >i at.-.. most critical financia l p e riod. He has caused even DM. si hie tax to he collect ed to help ease the burden of the general taxpayers. He has administe red the duties of the office fearlessly and without favoi. A thorough stud\ of the records will prove that Florida needs J. M. Lee HE DESERVES \ OTR SUPPORT I "The Children's Friend** RE-ELECT Walter H. BECKHAM JFDGE JUVENILE COURT n Ability in Dealing Witt Children %  ELECT J. HARVEY ROBILLARD Your Next State Senator A SQUARE DEAL FOR AlX % 



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Page Four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 29 %  He organized and of the office. He pointt the last eight years. Folitical Briefs ZTJZZ^TZZ "S-TSl/i* = :.: = :.: = X^:, Xi Junior chamber of Commerce Boys ty Comm,.on C, Com William (Bill) Snayne. candid.* Drum and Bugle Corps. He organ, buildm, for Congro (Bill) Snayne, candidate Drum and Bugle Corps. He organ b d r. essional Committeeman ized and was Chairman four year know, ._ of Dade Countv has been a resiof the Young Democratic Club of Mr. Lower, ha dent of Dade County for the past Dade County. He is a past prea>01 _. ./ ,\, Fvrhance Club, the a resident sn fifteen years. He is well known dent of the Exchange and recognized in civic organizaUniversity of Miami Alumni .£* tions, having been director of the elation, the Shenandoah-Southwe Junior Chamber of Commerce, and Park and Improvement Association as bu.ld.ng now Director of the Young Demoand is a Past Exalted Ruler of the cemng pra.s. crat. Club, and an officer of the Miami Elks. He is now a vice pre,ft tries. Eiks Lodge. He is best qualified ident of the Florida Junior Chamdul • rve the people of Dade County ber of Commerce, a York Kite M ... Committeeman. because son. and a member of the Eastern Du ability and the Star. Acacia Club. Woodmen and Florida kno* • conditions affecting the Uaak Walton League. .tain the District a member of numerJames T. Wilson, candidate for a. n, who has served t District 2 as Conpasl Beveral years that he be elected %  ivil Court of Record •-: e and his ability to duties of the he now seeks. Mr. friends urge that nesty, efficiency and capability in public off,, ample proof of his ability to t fc care of the work that will d J* upon him if elected Clerk of L Civil Court of Record and thetrt urge that the voter, uppo ^H for this office. RE-ELECT and we, S u rintendent of Public InstrucSupervise. -.,, Jhf t ion. ina statement regarding 1 and has a host of friends because >' said: of his li votion to that tl pu int esta. "Regarding my policy and plat. cai jay at this timi j—. .u„. w_sn .. ', i .-. .krt on nromisei points to Mr. K %  ana,, esi -Every dollar will be carefully st ruct.ve ;ugg 51 ni how t I and as strict economy take ear. f the is training in the practiced a: is -I with the if elected, : iWth the pled) ithat I am short on tablish a true spirit of public servhope to be long on real service to ::;. ice in the Tax Co'.:, I ffice, the best interest of the schools o. Hayes Wood, young Miami 1 this County, is making an aggressi' cam. :n for electi n Vi • cites his tra Orlando High School and Univergrowth and efficiency of the ste ps 1 insure % %  : imi as an accountant, Is. in theofflc his six years with Ar-I was bom in French Camp, mour & Co. Packers in their ac>i ippi. educated in the public p.. w. unt ; and Mississippi, obtained a oilman of Mia .. science degree from four years, ass ires the voters cent Mi State < elected as County i missioi ffice. W tes recent years hav • for Dadi Count; n his n public s publi school public. busin< ate lift ration from Columbia UniMr. Ra it i .... Sew York City, which the last twenty-six y lurw | asks ..-•-. al studies and obing that time has beei forenot as a i i n at tool buildings, sufront i thi real de... .. ...,.instruction, budget velopment of Mia imi em. Hi hool financing and Beach. IIMiami's si skyj i • any %  peri nnel. BC1 %  %  • 1; --' • %  "%  • business r firm ar I is not a married ha? been a mei i of 1 any way. He .... n av< two children; member of Rai-will :• •. te his ful eotne Baptist Church, Mason, Ameri• isiness in tax -. i,_--. •and Lion's Club of the Mr. W is a charter member <-:. v 0 f Miami Beach. For the past of Riverside Baptist Church, and s ; x ..-• e been Supervising as Scoutmaster of Troop 3 for j 0 f the Miami Beach %  Scb ols and prior to this time was Supi ng Principal of the Home. iou Will City Schools V H^ v "^BBfci ^vi'"^ 1 "*^ .&//L l^J h^^sfc* %  *^si VOTE FOIJ A. S. GOLDMAN Candidate for CONSTABLE District No. 2 Courteous and Efficient Servici Subject to Democrati %  Prim June 2, IS Your Vote and Support Will B Appreciated (Paid Political Ad.. Nell K. Walker For Dade County School Hoard District 3 mmiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiitiiiimimiitiiiiiiiK RE-ELECT Thomas S. (Tom) I FERGUSON DR. R. S. AKERS 1764 N. \V. 36th St. Moved to New Location DENTIST Closed Saturday. Ph. 2-2131 Rejoice When You ELECT WILLIAM D. J 0 Y C E F inter Miami Building InspecI r X. P. '-• w*ry is m w waging an active fight f >r the office of County t ssioner on his ability and ise of the duties ^JGLJST BROS Rvp L£* Is the BEST? __ White Oak Leather LADIES" HEELS 15c HALF SOLES ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 24n N. K. l"ir-t Avenue OPB. i • %  :: %  ELECT N. P. LOWREY Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 3 And (Jive Dade County a Progressive, Businesslike Administration N it a V i, but Technically Trained for the Job •>. ..... %  • Unimpeachable Honesty? Training. Experience and Achievement Qualify Him ELECT ITS ED. R. TOUR DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT lPid fcr by 1: BENTLEY OF LAKELAND FOR Attorney General OF FLORIDA For a REAL Department of Justice Your Vote Appreciated I'STICE OF PEACE District No. 2 We tried him He made u-ood '. %  t's keep him "Help Cannon Hit the Mark" CANNON for HARRY GOLDSTEIN Tax Collector Dade County Needs the Rest! >r.-,i.| Political \ CONGRESS ^ !th Congressional District \ June Protective Aericultural Tariffs Army, Navy and Marine Airports Townsend National Recovery Plan



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..' Ten THE JEW ISH Fl.ORIDIAN Frida ^' **V ft ,* II • Political Briefs u R. Becl ite for stau and county tax coi coming prim n a platform of ".-.. tral port i i registi it i %  Jnp %  :-;. kei I -a: %  I ng s oarel; I his being ng his %  %  %  is lit %  %  %  Hi ii %  VetWars, P~ hood t R ia* ns, aHe is %  %  I the office of itau .--' %  %  which • | egislai oefit of %  : an: frmu i in ttx I %  •; • %  f sions i -' %  • %  %  i" tea • %  Atti acting a estiroati Ln • w Park, B. S %  s cam.. %  • s tat tra tioi sent s • salaries in i i cf•' ,7 %  -' : %  %  --' und< r the • : the s Noi for the F t of t two yean • %  %  %  ( for ist 2 an and has been general affair.in this came here. He : and has two children. *:; able and •" :he ofremoval ess elemtns from his residents may rime. His i] lendid iisiness and pri%  what him if elected ... on his record in office. "•:: Char! r the past the board it; --. District 1, is asking for as president of the commi headed its parks and beauti a t H committee, which has don d-d work in the countv jH been actively identified wit! L civic, communal and welf ar of the community. Hei. h ?* the Crandon Wholes^ Dr and one of the leader* in ,hA ness world of the c,n lm uni, v t friends point to Mr. CrandonW ord, his recognized ability and* freedom to approach the" coj! interests from an unselfish vi„ point as the reas. ng forhisre-U tion. VOTE FOR Your Sheriffs office cooU* work any smoother, every co? in the heel is tr 0 rkh| in harmony for the best SI.' c i or the Best Interests of 1 hildren in the Public Schools of Dade i ountv %  I fin i; for the of itior I t of a .%  • %  -' '• %  --._.. fight f 1 .. He is %  .s. H< g .... .... .%  -'*• : WM. (Bill) SHAYNE EXEl I TIVE COXGRESSIOX VI %  1 OMMI1 i 1 EM \\ %  DADE < 01 \ n W. R. BECKER TAX COLLECTOR %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ELECT James T. Wilson SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION %  %  STAFF ORD CALDWELL RE-ELE( T C H. CRANDON W. LINCOLN PHILLIPS I ( ONGRESS CANDIDATE si .VILCOX All OVER THE STATE VOTERS ARE TURNING TO THE HONEST. DEPENDABLE PATY FOR GOVERNOR McGROARTY OLD AGE PENSION BILL v: CNION LABOR GREYHOUND LINES FOR CORRECT BUS INFORMATION nL IQIO ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM II. d m oll GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave & Fifth St. COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No. 1 -'• %  : I V FOR EFFICIENCY AND HONESTY ELECT 0. A. ROLLINS YOUR PURCHASING AGENT 24 Years' Purchasing Experience lPid Political A d i uUW — *'



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Pace Tv. THK JEWISH FL0BID1 \N Fr ^v, May 2S a PoliticalBriefs The many friends of NV.l Walker, now a candidate for re-election to the office of a member of the DadtCounty School Board, are business. Mr. B %  .: • %  ity, g nd re *honesty, bo< %  • %  I ''•-• chasing Agent, I administer the %  :-:.. %  with at %  vigorously working in her behalf ;....;battle because of the splendid record in to his opponents a ffi • that she has made since her f [i the London-Scottish Infantry durin? the World War. two handsome young soldiers trudged side election in 1?34 Prior to her elec.. ... _. by tide aeroaa Flanders Fields— tion he w %  Kh( teacher t r to the world. ~ :x • vor,r S:r e her *lctfon Sow mid n are "bud'" 35 brought about some ing ,ff •.•" •-' %  Mr. 1 arly the "Walker" examinaseeking tioru n finding out : Marsh" and nUin pressed in school I i As %  %  • .; %  •'• d. where both ned world fame as film is Herbert Marshall, who is I witl Kt-rguson, Justice of the ict 2 is seeking re:he office which he now He is baaing his appeal for rt on the fact that he has .-ands of cases and at all ited all litigants with w, impartiality and justice. as the first Justice of the F rida to return excess ite. He is a native I ty, Fla.. and has been aci welfare work in this Cit vr member of Club of : served two terms a member of W,..idmen, Order of Easter Star, ai Chamber of Commerce. H ROBBINS ROOFIN(; 4 SH£ 1 METAI. Wr )RKs Responsible Roofers Since 19K Inspections and Estimate. p"l 222 N. W. 26th St. ,. hoBe Jjj ALVIN WALDER ence, a %  • • %  ••' %  asking 1 %  • reHer terril IOUI • 0. A. F. estat< %  Soul Atlantic M tgage •' Hi is 39 yea ..... .. : I ... I 1 n t J %  %  1 tl ard Air Line P.a:!__ n telegraph F .311 a 1 %  r u s %  %  I f schools • urge thai %  • cfiii %  RE-ELECT YOUR CONGRESSMAN in "Tl Annew ; rolu ig 1 U An %  .-" %  '• 1 1 .:-• '• %  9 %  %  fives tunit; is ii .-•.... But in th. • Fred %  s hi jsin %  ELECT W. F. BROWN VOTE FOR SAM W. DAVIS ".-' %  it was said • t j Mel -G • gaged ivaila ... I • f "Whij -aw." %  .. %  IJ ~ A venu Sui la] %  1 • %  t nights, witl I its %  • rking pei In • tlng were as' the greatest pas: as .. ex .-..:.-•%  aenci Miss Loy and :i%  • iping .. g gang t gum Invites You to the AITO RADIO > A LESS SERVICE 1233 N. E. 2ND AVR A compl %  Auto ai RADIOS Easy Term* Small Down Payroenti VOTE FOR MARK WILCOX PENSIONS. No! Promises ACTION, N'ol Words! • Charlie Dillon For CLERK OF CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD Fur Dude 1 ountj And Insure an Effideal Progressive and BusineMfib Administration p • \. Jl'DOE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD Subject to Democratic Primary] County Commissioner YOl R VOTE AND SUPPORT I j u 1 v WILL BE APPRECIATED District No. 3 "ELECT A BUSINESS FOR A BUSINESS! ADMINISTRATION" i RE-ELECT H A N SON ROOFING c o. En bltshed Since 1VI > ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRA* TOK • Ir. \ :• %  328 N. E. 13th St. Ph.me2 lft.11—2-6582 RALPH POLE JIM HICKLAND CONSTABLE District No. 5 •i.enti DAN HARDIE %  HJHb %  %  SAYS: B^BUBT ^S Honesty and E ** A I Moral Courage Are the Main Requirements wi %T^ A For Sheriff VOTE FOR DAN HARDIE Asks the Support of Miami Beach Voters in His Candidacy For Re-Election As JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Which Will Insure Continued Courtesy and Honest Administration of Justice l Pi d Pi litical """"""""IIHHIH lilimililiiiimillllllliuiliiiiiiiliiini in. II G. C. "Dutch" Kirkland Candidate for Supervisor of Registration June Primary—1936 Tell Your Friends About Him



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%  %  M Ld.v. May 29, 186 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Three ft Jewish Florid lam News Tow* Bldg. rHJfcUXA ONLT .ICWUN WkUiT PUBLISHED EVKBT FRIDAY kv th. JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. P. O. Box 17I Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: resentation in the legislature and Vigorously assailing the conduct been a resident of Miami Beach for | a fair division of the revenues of of the schools and promising the more than 15 years and is the or; the State on the basis of its popuelimination of politics and undue ; ganizer and active president of the lation and the amount it contributes to the State treasury. Mr. Phone 2-5304 Ph.n. I-iiil influence on teachers and employ%  South Beach Improvement Assoes of the school system, James J. ; ciation. Holt represents no special interests Marshall, prominent lawyer, scienJ. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Clrtulmtion Htuitr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative and if elected, will go to the Legislature from Group 1 of Dade County, solely in the interests of all the people and taxpayers of Dade County. — T.m Mcond claw tnatUr July 4, 1980. at tii Pwt OMIca at Miami, Flarida, E ,lr a* cona under lhe Act of March | g „ 7f ST PETERSBURG RABBI A. S. KLEINFELD Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative tist, author and educator is asking J. Harvey Robillard, one of the the vote and support of Dade most active figures in the present County citizens in his campaign to administration of Miami Beach and be elected Superintendent of Edunow its City attorney is waging an cation for Dade County. Mr. active campaign for the office of Marshall served as a member of State Senator from Dade County. Dade County School Board, and as A leader in the fight against the its president and during his term inclusion of politics in the affairs established an enviable reputation of the County schools, Mr. Robilfor fairness and ability. Mr. lard is pledging, if elected, to ORLANDO MRS. B S. COHEN Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KIS1.KR Representative SUBSCRIPTION 5U M"ith — One I4f — $I.M $2.00 FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1936 Vol. 9—No. 22 The Ballot Box It is only fair that with the first primaries being held next Tuesday the Jewish citizens of Florida he vitally interested in the results. As is well known, the nomination in this state is practically the election. Jews are, because of their upbrin^in^. and particularly because of their innate selves, brought about by thousands of years of training, interested in good Kovernment. The Jewish people have ever been in the forefront of everything that was for the betterment and progress o f humanity. It therefore follows that they have been interested in the bringing atout ol good government. We deem it our duty to direct the attention of the Jewish citizens of the State, first, that they not neglect their duty as cii/ens. but make it their business to so to the polls next Tuesday to exercise the sacred right o f suffrage, of the ballot. Second, that before they cast their ballots, spend a little time to study the actual issues before them, and the very men, who will, by their votes become the rulers of the State. Do not take the word of a friend, who for some reason or other may be selfishly interested. .Make it your business to study and decide for yourselves. However, we have and always will contend that when reaching a decision, the Jew as an American citizen should carefully weigh in his mind this all-important question Has the candidate ever been affiliated with, or expressed himself as favorable to. anything that is foreign to the American idea of equality or the right of religious freedom?' If this candidate has acted un-American or been affiliated with any such movement in any way whatsoever, we respectfully submit that is the duty of every voter. Jew or non-Jew. to express their condemnation at the polls. We have no one particular in mind. However, it pays to be careful. ____. of District :>. His many friends urge bis election as Constable Mr. Grossman's record of unselfish devotion to the community's welfare, both in public and private life. They further urge his election because I hey leel that a man of his calibre will add prestige to the community. His many Jewish and non-Jewish friends are working actively in his behalf and urge Ins election a Constable of District :, on bis record of ability, service and platform. As treasurer of Dade county, as bank cashier and trust officer, as head of a bond and investment business and as chairman of the board of public instruction for Marshall holds degrees from nubring about legislation which will thirteen years, Henry H. Filer, can. merous Colleges and has devoted give each county a greater voice didate for state senate, has held himself to education for a number in its own affairs and a proportion. positions of public responsibility of years. While in his native Pittsate return to each county of the in this county, where he has lived burgh Mr. Marshall taught in the taxes collected there. His many all of bis life, since 1912. OutIrene Kauffman Settlement friends point to Mr. Robillard's standing in his record is the fact House, one of Pittsburgh's major past history, his recognized ability that as chairman of the board of educational and improvement inand his fearlessness as the reason public instruction during the local stitutions. Mr. Marshall in his adfor his being elected State Senator. depression which followed the boom dresses has pointed out that his and (luring the national depression, opponent is a member of the piesRalph C. Pole, now the Justice of he kept the schools open nine cut school system and part of the the Peace in District No. 5 is askmonths every year, paid the teachpresent system. His many friends ing for re-election at the hands ers' salaries on time and met every urge that the only way to eliminate of the electorate on his record of contract when due. [the present political system is to accomplishment in office. Mr. Pole elect James J. Marshall as Superpoints to the fact that he has been Jerry Carter, one of the leading intendent of Schools for Dade 1 actively identified with the growth contenders in the Governor's race, County. [of Miami Beach and that he has in a pre-election communication, served with distinction as Judge of g a y 8; Dan Eiardie, who sewed Dade the Municipal Court, as a member "Let's get more fun out of life," j County with distinction some years of the Zoning Commission as eviis the paramount plank in my plat' a go as Sheriff, and in 1932 was dence of his devotion to the interform and if as governor I succeed in adding happiness to the daily lives of people in Florida, I will elected Sheriff by more than 100,ests of the people and his ability 000 votes only to be removed by the to serve with fairness. He is a Governor a brief ten months after member of many civic and frafeel I have really done something his election, is appealing to the ternal organizations and has lived for my friends. To bring this voters of Dade County to be rein Miami Beach for more than about there are many things to turned to the office of Sheriff as twelve years. He asks that the \, t j one a matter of justice and fair play, voters study his record in office -We need and 1 urge, the best He urges that only by his election and in public affairs and on this system of public schools we can will the lawless element that comes record to cast their votes for his pay for, and our school teachers to Dade County realize that they re-election. must get more pay. 1 advocate a cannot continue their work. He plan to attract 1,500, new resioffers his record in public life since Judge Walter H. Beckham, a nadents to Florida, bringing good his arrival in Miami and his welltive of Georgia, a graduate of Har\merican families here so their known fearlessness as the reason vard Law School, a long-time reschildren can get away from the why he should be elected Sheriff of ident of Miami, active church work, gangster communities of the North, Dade County. Mr. Hardle is .me er ami vitally interested in the and if we do this it automatically of Dad* County's pioneers. In his affairs of the Juvenile Court of 'will cut our per capita tax burden, many addresses to the voters He Dade County, is asking for re-elec"Our real estate should be exi has pointed to the fact that be was tion to the office of Judge of the empted from ad valorem tax, exremoved from office because he Juvenile Court, which office he cept for the constitutional one mill refused to permit wide-open gambhas held since 1032. Though he levy lor schools. Agriculture must ling and lawlessness in Dade Coun> has tried thousands of cases none he given proper aid, antiquated ty. He urges his election on his, has ever been appealed. Because Laws abolished and our women past record, his known ability as of his devotion to their cause he emancipated; union labor deserves an enforcement officer and his has been called the "children's are deal platform of law enforcement. friend." His friends urge that his r.i,, -,i „i..„ v. on.! re-election is deserved and for the best interests of the children and parents of the county. Judge of the Court of Crimes Political Briefs Hurry Grossman, active camlifor constable of district 5 takes in the populous Miami Beach district was again elected resident of the Junior ChamCommerce this week in recognition of his services to the pubAr. Grossman is one of the ers of the present Young Hebrew Association, the Miami Beach Jewish social set, the originator of the Symphony concerts at Miami Beach during th< PSSl winter season, and active 111 h and non-Jewish communal affairs of Greater Miami. He is campaigning on a platform of law enforcement and the elimination ol racketeering and lawlessness from 'he affairs of District 5. Mr. ( "'"-sman served as deputy sheriff until his resignation several months %  '"'i to enter the race for Constable "The Townsend plan has my endorsement. Townsend club No. 1 Judge A. B. Small, at present at Tallahassee elected me its piesJudge of the Civil Court of Record ident and many months ago I e0 f Dade County, is seeking received a personal letter of appreelection to the office on his record ciation from Dr. F. E. Townsend, j n office, the impartial and speedy f or eight years from 1027 to 1035, and I am proud of that letter as I administration of justice during his Judge W. P. Brown is now camam proud of the support given me term and his recognized ability as paigning for the office of Judge of by the various members of Towna jurist. Judge Small is a native the Civil Court of Record. He be. send clubs throughout the state.'' 0 f Kentucky and came to Miami Kari the practice of law in Dade in 1919. During his residence County in 1919, served with disFntcring the last week of the here he has been actively identified tinction as a member of the Dade campaign prior to the first priwith every movement for the betCounty Democratic Executive marv, William D. Joyce, candidate terment of the community. He Committee, and has been high in for Purchasing Agent for Dade jwas one of the founders of the Rivthe ranks of civic, religious and County is basing his plea to the erside Improvement Association fraternal bodies of Dade County. voters on his ability and fitness a ,,d served as its president for sevJudge Brown promises, if elected, for the office. He pledges an ceoera ] years. His friends urge that to administer the office on the nomical administration and the ),is election will be an evidence of high judicial plane that a Court of purchase of the county's needs so t |„. desire of the electorate to rethe people deserves and points to that the taxpayers of the county wa rd faithful service in the judicihis record in the judiciary as to his would benefit and not i" the interar y system and to keep politics fitness and judicial ability. ests of a favored few. Mr. Joyce out 0 f the courts. points to his business record, his reputation for honesty and clean living, and his pledge to devote his entire time to the office as the reason for hia being elected to the Office which he is seeking. Sam W. Davis the genial proJames Hickland is campaigning prietor of the Stonewall Pharmacy, for re-election to the office of Conis an active candidate for the office stable for District 5, which includes Miami Beach, on bis record of County Commissioner in District 3. He is 40 years old and came to GeorgeS. Holt, active lawyer and professor of law at the University Of Miami has been carrying the battle to his opponentand appealing to the voters to elect him ta th€ Legislature on bis ability his Knowledge of governmental a. tans and hi s platform of construct.^ legislation on behalf of Made County. Mr. Holt urges constitutional amendments, if necessary, to assure Dade County adequate repTom Woods, who has served as deputy constable for the past ten years in District 2 is now asking f or election to the office of constable on the basis of his experience with the work of the office and his ability as shown during his long service. He points to Ids record of efficiency, experience land courtesy and actual knowledge of conditions in the district as the reason for his election to the office. in office. Mr. Hickland served as Miami in 1923. He has been acdeputy sheriff of Dade County for tive in the public affairs of the four year-, assistant chief of police j County, and has been one of the of Miami Beach for two years and founders and is now president of has been in the forefront of many civic and fraternal movements in the Wyndwood Park Improvement Association, on the Board of Govthe county. His many friends ernors of the Dade Federation of urge his re-elction on the basis of Improvement Associations, is a his record in office, his faithful Mason, Elk and member of other service in the interests of the taxfraternal, improvement and civic payers and law efficiency and enassociations. He promises, if electforce men t and his generally reced, to help bring about lower taxes, ognized ability. 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Two IHK JEWISH Kl.ORIDIAN Friday, May 20 • Members an I friend* so,: Sbel Ernes Sisti sr^urged 1 attei ait % %  • M afternoon, Jam 1st, ..: i o\ Foil • ing the business session %  eption el SOCIETY r Mrs. Harry Rayvis; sunshin mittee, Mrs. Willi e com. Rotfort. in' lox Congregation Mrs. Sol # ". v--" !" 1 0 ptner; librarian, Mrs. fcd „ .:;:, president of the Beth David SisterRose H ^HQ. wing comchar ea Gold8tein .* co]le !" %  Mr. Mi s. M. >rganital ^ will leav, for their J % %  me 1 ,.at8 | r ,,,„ for the coming ~ .. eeting last week at the H ticles which t %  nm Robinsonmoney boxes, Mrs. Mendel Schein berg; parliamentarian. Mrs, M Schwartz; house chairman, Mra! Engler; Sunday mornings ii t wly-elected *ZZ?TZZ!V*>**lk _j Sam Weisel. night, Bith 1 % %  : : Talmud Torah: Membership, Mrs. Stanley Myers Miss Merle HertefelH • • ndel Scheinfcrg; pub-1 ,' ...... • """": I and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg; pub. •-., Mrs. Max Shapiro; ho.piulat J"' !" *****? : >*r ho Be • • ity, Mrs. Max Pepper; telephone, onDrexelavenue > Miami Beach, f w ..-%  %  Ka W; altar decomtion, a group of friends lea for the %  j • Apte; Saturday mornNorth. Sun ... Mrs. L. J. Hartz; chain fund, • Kir. %  Phyllis S %  w be i nesday %  Mr. Nathan A %  %  %  f its %  a! program ti %  • •:-. %  • s Plans are beinjj % %  %  • %  ij i %  %  %  • % %  statesman. 1 t M ... • ature of ince < e a Miss G :" this • .7. MOKE Y Must He Raised to Pa> I PENSIONS | i J. M. Lee. ," I re| | election as sta:e coir::<-. be ierea old see pensions r< j e**er::i; ;:he <-.stractare I the aatiaa iri j the state Re::e:nc in this theor>. H caa depend cr — -_f '-. I B] : '' -' I : :h* I iced of our state. 1: *r> i ht J. M. l.e-e *:'.'. c< ISOB: ag t h ese %  M p*y ce peas -• be re*-cs • is* my Caafteleiate -.--:-• teaches • : %  '. tt his :r.s:se-d or. tax as teichers h\e bee bail tit i s T ear f w the first tir--. -: and ihe spectre mtt aeacy rriaf %  %  faa irs age au beea • e?: ii> here aerer ..-• %  ag as Lee is i tt HTM %  is —u rtii vaal he "--..-;K< : til J. M. LEE j Can Be Impended Up** I Gti the Mone> OLD AGE PENSIONS Lei's Give Him z Second Term as Comptroller %  3 nl %  i. %  %  let at 1 I week. president %  : -. Ires s. • %  Miss S • %  Mrs. x Con. %  ~ %  • .! Steinberg Mrs. 1 Walace and Mrs. 3 • • BMCt at the T. 3 v j : ; Kat; an• %  % %  '%  i Kat2 to Ju"-' %  • son of Mr. and Mrs n, la-: Th 1537 %  %  • %  %  • mbers h an i which f •' : couple wi : % %  -• %  %  • • • %  :: is; • • f -. A Im•• %  ... 7 • • %  ; • -. • -' • Mrs. M. S :' -" -" And .. • ..• %  at ince i fa son %  :..' HONEST: FEARLESS: JUST: RALEIGH PETTEWAY Candidate for Governor N" TRICK PROMISES TO SECURE VOTES UXBLEMISHE -• Accept His Sala W E -• :.. rr' .. Making H;m the Leading ndMate YOl* CAN TRUST THIS MAN Iff A V. ..;. W AY •-'i"innM WMIIIIHIIIIllll iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin,!,,,:. sfiDfe ^V^l ^~ r 12 S. v. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-4546 | = Tt>* Be> Meata, Praiu and Vegeublea SiiMHiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiim n,:, nnmiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiimmJ Gladys Parker Sends Two Jr. Dresses 16-75 • Left — The abbreviated jacket and bottom of dress of natural S i 1 s u t ta. Blue polka dot dress top and wide blue patent belt. Bottom — Onepiece Silsutta dress with neckerchief, buckle and 'kerchief (in the new rear pocket) of black and white plaid. FOUKTB FLOOR JR. MISS SHOP C %  i Jr. Miss Sizes 11 to 17 Ceremonial Objects for Homo and Synagogue Fourth Floor JBwdfn


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Page Fourteen THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  Tampa Notes Now officers will be installed at the annual luncheon June 4th, at the Floridai) Hotel. Mrs. Ben Haimovitz, chairman; Mrs. Fred Perlman and .Mrs. Morris Bennett bert Star! are the luncheon committee. Reservationa may be made with any of these ladies until Tuesday, June 2nd. Mr. David Stein, president of the congregation, Rabbi Adolph Burger and Mrs. s. Stein will be guests of honor. Kisler. Wednesday— Diamondhall game between Y. M. H. A. team and Jayeees. Thursday — Diamondhall game versus Essbeeys. Class in chess conducted by Ely Solomon and AlJ^'a.v, May 29 Friday—.'!:;!0 p. m. class in ballet and tap dancing. Evening, religious services at temple and synagogues. Mrs. I. Liebmann was elected president of the Ladies' Auxiliary „, ~ of Temple Kodoph Sholom at a 'mPa I special meeting of the auxiliary last week at the temple. Mis. I. Segal] was elected first vice president; Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, second vice president; Mrs. N. I.. Marcus, corresponding secretary; Mrs. P. Gotler, recording section, National Council of Jewish Women, held their annual mo ther-and-daughter dinner last week at the Tampa Terrace Hotel. New officers installed were Miss Kuth Salsbury, president; Miss Democratic circles. This season's first beach social sponsored by B'nai B'rith proved ,., tremendous success when more than 100 persona attended SunWay 24, at Daytona Beach, near Lenox avenue. Winners in R l] and relay raees included ,| Mrs. William Sirkin, I.ouis Ossinsky, -Mis. Florence Heed, Harold Marks, David Marks, Stanley \' aS8i Ruby Lee Goldman, Myra Marian l.evey and Mrs. K. Goldman. This group and friends plan to meet every Sunday and Thursday afternoon on the beach for games and swimming. suffers and survive, aBd fied and struggle on b of this age, of every a > J the giving and of the acceJ"l the Law and never JH hopelessly yielding up it h *| will to the idolaSS,"*! world. J The World's Window Clarice Steinberg, v,ce president; gec retary; and Mrs. Maurice Stein, Ml Kin GROSSMAN .MiRae Birnbach, recording secUsurer. Mrs Heni y Brashi who Candidate lor Constable in Miam retary Miss Rose Kate, corresis retiri fl () n o£fice „,. tMagurer Beach District ponding secretary; Miss Henrietta afu ,,. u ,„ vca ,. s ,„ %  \\ aterman, treasurer; Miss Ruth Finman, auditor. en years ol service, was elected an honorary member of the I oard and parliamentarian, ami .Mrs. Joseph Won, president of M, r> r> i J .,. ... Mrs. A. R. Berger was also made a member of the hoard. open house Wednesday night, May 27th, in honor of their laughter. Hie Tampa section, and Mrs. A. R. Berger, sponsor of the council, at-, tended. Committee in charge of arrange-• ments were Miss Sylvia Stoun, Miss Rae Birnbach and Miss Charlotte Cracowaner. Orlando Notes A dinner card party took place last Wednesday evening in the garden of Mrs. 1. Abramovitz's home, sponsored by the Ladies' Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Temple. Committee in charge wen dames I. Abramovitz, I. Lie 1. Segall, II. A. Jenkins and H. Jenkins. MeK bman, I Mrs The picnic held at Temple Terrace was attended by over four hundred persons, who participated in the numerous activities. Thl committee in charge included Mes dames Joseph Abramovitz, 11. A. Jenkins, M. II. Kisler, I. Abramovitz, I. Liebman, Rose Segall, Be* Haimovitz, Dr. and Mrs. Fred I.ebos, Rabbi Adolph Burger, Ben Finman. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherman, Julius Silvcrman, Dr. Herbert Lewy, Gabe Haliczer, Jack Morris. Phil Haimovitz, Charles Rosenvaig, Roy Jenkins, Max E. Brody, Sam Argintar, Albert Segall, Sidney Linker and Dr. J. Leon Schwai tz. The schedule of activities for the coming weke includes: Sunday Regular weekly dance for members and their friends. The activities of the Women's Auxiliary of Congregation Ohev Sholem were concluded for the season with a luncheon held Wednesday at the Perrydell. An enjoyable musical program was rendered by Mrs. Ben Greenberg, violin, aclompanied by Mr. Al. Prinsky. Mrs. Sol Wittenstein acted as chairman and many novel features were introduced. Mrs. Jesse Rosen, president of the Temple Beth El Sisterhood, installed the following officers: Mrs. Benjamin Salomon, president; Mrs. II. Leiberman, vice president; Mrs. It .1. Cohen, record ing secretary; Mrs. M. J. Safer. corresponding secretary; Mrs. II. Kottleman, treasurer. Mrs. 1. Keeker chairman of the ways and meancommittee, presented Mrs. Joseph Wolfe, the retiring president, with a beautiful hostess I ray. Mrs. Wolfe expressed her deep appreciation for this token of esteem. Bridge followed the luncheon. Mrs. II. Leiberman won first prize. Miss Beatrice Leiberman has arrived home for the summer after attending the University of Alabama. The following graduates hold open house June 1st, graduation exi at homes: Misses Dorothy Baker, Pearl Safer, Gertrude Haimovitz. Florence Wittensteni, Eli Haimovitz, George Wolly. The entire community is cordially invited. No cards will be sent. (Continued from Page I I this vision and tiiieon epl; millions are sinning and falling away even in this age. Only the name changes. The psychological :a is are absolutely constant. Once the name was renegade; today, upon alter the whole, it would be die-hard astheir similationist. Hut the strong core if Irael remains an I .-•.. ives and will Mr. and Mr-. J. Soowal, of Philadelphia, Pa., whose marriage took place on May 10th in that city, are Visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. II. wal and family for several weeks. (•n their return trip home thi. visit several point., of intcn • Ruth Esther Rosen, Maxiii and Irene Braverman, students at F. S. C, W. a. Tallahassee, arrived home this week for their summer meal. Mr. and Mrs. I.. Jacob left Fri. daj foi a uvo weeks' visit in New Vo,k. Mrs. E. Greenberg returned lo her home in Hartford, Conn., after spending the winter in Orlando as the guest of Mr. and Mis. Ben < ireenberg, Friends of Mr. I.. Kaminoff are very sorry to learn of his accident Daytona Beach William Levey, son of Mr, a n,l Mis. living Levey, will be graduated Saturday, May 30, aa an honor student from the Illinois C egt of Chiropody and Foot Su Monday Meeting of the Co-ed last week and wish him a Godspeed Chicago, receiving a D. s Club. To i %  %  ':.! p. m., class in ballet and tap dancing. 1 p. in.. meetii Girl Scouts, s p. m., meeting of Hoy Scouts and clasin elemental'} am I [ebi i i recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Solon Klepper returned from Gainesville, where y attended the graduation ol I conversatonal their daughter, Elaine, who receivMeyer II. I : A.B. degree. They will hold '. i • i He re< age in his fraternity, Beta Alpha, year J ear MrI turn a ai %  i. %  Da ; "'" a candidate foi idential elector in group fiv. ll '' n irk in Daj "" i. it, i r,.' i %  Pan American BUS 1 IN] AT DAMS TOURS u Mh. v..-.. M. II. : %  E. 1 Itglrr si. I'h. "•-•:,6 c.i. MH) VOTE FOR J. I). (Doc) LUKE for Representative GROUP ONE Let's Give a Business Man a Trial ""•W PHticl Adwtbement) Such meditations duri„, uot are not vain or the They should issue ln dedication to the l, lw ,„/ of Israel by support of ,** and school, of Palestine i U! T, the World Congre Copyright 1936 by Seven J Features Syndicate, 111 > I ""•'"<' 1927, a business man i ual1 lied to fill the office for wkW he is running. Murl E. Pace as twice on* ident of the Florida State Association of Ta\ AssessoB. Murl E. Pace proposes anini" other things, to introduce ficiency and intelligent ec* omy in the Comptroller's 01 fice, and to eliminate rompI Irollership by proxy. If you disapprove of th* holy alliance between nt House of I.ee and the House of Dupont, vote for MURL E. PACE "KEEP PACK WITH PACE"



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m Friday, May^ 193R THE JEWISH PLORIDIAM Page Seven ji Lee, candidate for re-elec I, Ion as comptroller of Florida, is a livl of Irwin County, Georgia, >,,. .erved as county commisLonerand ordlnary-the latter of| fiM being equivalent to county i u j !" in Florida. ^ moved to A van Park in 1928, l M rving there as county attorney | and prosecutor for eight years. He gerved three terms as a member of L,, Kl la Houseof Represent;tt| tivM |„ [927, 1929 and 1931. He asking for re-election on lh( ,.,.. .,i he lias established in office, rving as comptroller durin t he most critical financial period i' il'tstate. During the three and one-half Vl .. ;rs thai he has held office we r „„. fin I our state banking sysu .„, gafe and sound, $!>,000,00u promised for schools have been provided, the state has paid its debts and is adding a million dollar building program for state institution-, there is now in the treasury sufficient money to guar.,„!,,. • duction of state taxes. Mr. Lee lias reduced operating expensi of the comptroller's ofximately one-half. L^killlE^irTT^ N T Y The President Speaks I filled by his broSheriff R. ('. Baker, win) figured in wiping out the Ashley gang. A native Kloridian, Mr, Baker has lived in this county for 88 I of the legislature and a former state attorney, is a candidate for The message of President Roosevelt, which was delivBBeri£f "'' PB1IM Beach County ; an ered by Secretary of the Interior lekes to the I'nited Pales" ffin f ,m< '''v tine Appeal in New York, will he received with enthusiasm lh ,"\ ,,u la te s by American Jewry. It was felt for some time that the treatment of German Jewry by the Nazi government justified a clear rebuke from the head of the American government. At the same time friends and opponents of President Roosevelt realized the delicate position of the president regarding the v'^"'" as a.lm.tte.l t„ the i,a, castigating of a government with which the I'nited states '" l9Z0 Bnd wv k nown a f a has not broken off diplomatic relations. The personal attiaU "'"/' y and f ,vic "? £' 7 "T hide of President Roosevelt was well known to the leaders of ,v """ ,y ( """"'"I" w,th th< JeWi h American Jewry, who never had anv doubt as to where he ^.denta and citizena. stood on this question. Bui the rank and file, just because ft*' !" *' '! U "T?S 2S£? nf ihnir 'idn,ir-,t;.>., f„ik ;:.• i r ,L e i_ c with the county and its condition*, oi ineir admiration for the political courage of the father of • Ihu Mow rianl f.Ai ........ ,. .. u j' J L re%  i having a sympathetic interest In me .>ew Ueal, tell \er\ much disappointed at the official ., lf ... ,, silence of the president. ,h welfare 0, our cltizenB a 1 po !" H i t % ..,....„..,. i IL i•, j %  ,. sessses experience as a public oils message to tne I nited Palestine Appeal was per... • fti f.w.n.t;~,,.A ;„ ..; ... c n u • n i *• i fuial and knowledge ot tne otfice fectlj timed in view ot the happenings in Palestine, and delivered in a language that leaves no doubt as to whom the president means when he speaks of a "reversion in certain parts of the world to days and duds of an era which all enlightened people had long hoped would never return." The president's words will he understood by every American as signifying sharp criticism of the anti-Semitic policies of Hcrr Hitler. and how it should be conducted, iii!(l for these reasons and because of his public record his many friends urge that he will make a competent and satisfactory sheriff [or the best interests of the entire county. A mi tnorlal tablet in temple rites v dedicated in memory of Mrs. Rose Gold at Tempi.' Beth El, conservative congregation, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Gold died June 20th of last year. Rev. Joseph Malek officiated and iddres were given by Attorney J. II. 1.1 sir and Irving Moss, president ol the congregation. At a time when political scandalmongers are trying to Temple El services for the Fesun(> rmine the president of the I'nited States because of his tival of Weeks (Shavuoth) were tot:..! lack of racial and religious prejudice. President Rooseobaerved by the conservative convelt's proud message will do much to silence those who are Brregation, Beth El, Tuesday alghl trying to inject the Jewish issue into the forthcoming presi: ,;:iri o'clock; Wednesday at 9 a. denMa! campaign. It would have been easy for President '"• 8nd 8:46 >' "• %  and Thursday Roosevelt to avoid sending this message. His official and morning at 9 o clock. At lOoclock private actions are evidence enough that he believes in the Thursday morning there was the inalienable rights of all minority groups in this country to a '" %  f *isiskor (memorial). fi-'l and rich life of American citizenship. That he went out of his way, regardless of what political expediency might T l ^ m Campbell is a canhave dictated, to reiterate in solemn terms his abhorrence ( | j( | a ,,. ,,„. ,-e-election to the office Hell: t D. Beck, candidate for electioi as representative to the legislature, group 2, Palm Beach County, has practiced law in Palm Beach I ounty for the last nine yea'th in West Palm Beach and in the Glades section. Although he is a candidate in the Glades urea, his interests are county-wide, he said. Beck is at present attorney for the town of Belle Glade. He is opposed to the two-job practice; in favor of the abolition of the poll tax, of a tax structure readjujtmi nl; in favor of direct eleel ion of all ublic officials by the people; ami also favors a constitution al limitation on all public debts. His platform includes preservation nd i i l nuance of F.verglades Kn of events in Germany and his indignation at those who at tempt to exp'oit racial and religious prejudice in this country is to his great and imperishable credit. [ i ——— Control hoard; development of the drey Wise, Herman Held, Leonard (Hades by money received from the Vangilder and Martin Cold. Talks Internal Improvement Fund lands were given by Eugenia Argintar in the Glades; and adequate roads and Seism Schloas. Dr. Cad X. and proper maintenance thereof, Herman officiated at both services. including adequate safeguards on canal hanks. Beck is a member of the state and county bar associations. Young Democratic club of Palm Beach County, American Legion and Rotary club. I,. R. Baker of this city, mcmhei of tax collector of Palm Beach County on his platform "for a safe, sound and courteous administration of the office at a reasonable and minimum expense to the taxpayers." Collector Campbell is one of the genuine pioneers of South Florida and of Palm Beach County. He came to West Palm Beach in 1898 and helped build the railroad line. Temple Israel services were held Tuesday evening at B:1B and Wednesday morning at 9:30 at the temple on Broward ave., Bethesda Park. At the service at night members of the religious sch ol participated. The service was c nducted by Madalyn Halpern, RosaKn Gruner, Dorothy Dubbin, Au MiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiMiniMiimiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiuiitiiiiiiiiitini •iitittiniimiiiiiiH' n-iii minium CONGRESSMAN J. MARK WILCOX Candidate for Re-Election On His Record ,,..,„! i. i rnlm Bwwh ''"'"'': %  Kriendil I desire to express m\ gratitude for the confidence which the people of this county have in me. as evidenced by the fact that I am unopposed for the office which I seek. I am truly grateful and shall use my best efforts in the interest of the people, and trust thaat | will continue to merit this confidence. GEORGE O. BUTLER CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Palm Beach County He has always aided the progress and development of the city, and was one of the promoters and workers for the creation of Palm Beach County from Dado and upon its creation became the first tax collector of the county. After an interval of several years be was again elected tax collector four years BgO, and now asks to he renominated for the position. George 0. Butler, renominated for clerk of the circuit court of Palm Beach County without opposition, is extremely grateful to the citizenry for their confidence, and elsewhere in these columns expresses his thanks. J. M. LEE Has Kept All Promises During the state's most critical financial period. and now asks a second term as STATE COMPTROLLER (Paid for by Palm Beach Friends) inn nii ;IIIIUM: iiiiinni IIMMIIM A VOTE FOR Herbert D. BECK Representative GROUP l IS A VOTE FOR —Definite sources of school revenues — Abolition of poll tax as a '\ prerequisite of the richt to vote |—Prohibition of two-job prac| tice I—Preservation of workmen's compensation act Subject to Democratic Primary June 2. 1936 (Paid Political Advertisement) i luiuiMiiinmim iiiiiiititiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii i hiiiiimiMiMiiiiii n „„„



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hday May 29, 1936 Political^ Bri^' THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN Pane Thirteen should bo re-elected to the office dona which he now holds. ors, Mrs. Sam Weiss and Mrs. | had as her co-chairman, Mrs. M. L. Herbert Weiss; J. N. F.. Mrs. Ike ; Hollins. They were assisted by Witten; rummage, Mrs. S. S. GofMrs. J. Shapiro, Mrs. J. T. Wilenand now a „rlimn, mC1 ^ in; BeWlng a Ul inen S0W ^ %  > k >' M,s Si Crlton, Mrs. Mor,arS nZrU^T*. h ";'"-V" a M %  Wiu -. no .ubscripris Ghelerter Mrs. Sidney Schata. • %  .;„ over but the shoutr 0 L3 T n UK liU "' "" %  Sam Witteni tourirt ". Perry Kantor, Mrs. Sam Wi* 7!!, w f S, t a a C ; M-s. ..avid Harris. ten, Mr8 Nath8n Newman> Mrs ttve candidate for the off.ee of Delegates to the National conAl Stein, Mrs. Abe Setaer Mrs. State Senator from Dade County, vention to be held in Philadelphia Dave Rosenthal, Mrs. R. RosenHe is a naUve ot Springfield, Ohio, in October are Mrs. Nat Cohen and verg, Mrs. Pete Haimowitz and and received hia education at Mrs. Herbert Weiss, with Mrs. Ira Mrs I according to the friends of ErQraham, candidate for state am] 'a al ,„„!, of course, the second pri. JL, y looks like Ernest Graham sure shot for the run-off. He 1,1 upset political dopesters by % n ^v?T%uT d thr k prob.wJ l rin ^ n ^ Harvard. He was in blic like 't, l>ut tllat prouaoiy the Ah S(1| vic(i (|u| jn(t lhe W()| |( 11. Talisman. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiMiiiHiMtiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiitiiiiiiii.iiuiitiiiiiiiii""" 1 1 PROMINENT JEWISH MERCHANTS URGE ALL JEWISH AND NON-JEWISH VOTERS = TO NOTE FOR AND „ beca %  Ernest was making an '„..,! larked with state figures War and came to Florida from to .John Voter's pocket[ !" L ],, any event, he has brought rticular thing in the ign, of which he can be noud. He strained political hooey j fine mesh screen and up a dish of cold hard facts, [ ,t tribute to any can!" SOUK1U ,;;,, Idate, left t" e voters in deep I line ptim g j t looks like "Senator ErI iham!" was the statement Graham headquartera. a!l '"• Honoring Miss .Mary Kramer, \ | Announcement of a dance to be bride-elect, Mrs. S. D. Kramer gave Ina where he was ingiven June 24 at the beach pieruna bridge party followed by a kitch| der the chairmanship of Mrs. Perry en shower on Friday. Kantor and Mrs .Sam Witten, was Mrs. Kramer's home was decoI ma rated with early summer flowers. I After several progressions of ; The .Jewish Center was the scene bridge attractive pot holders and I that economy should be practiced of the Daughters of Israel final green memorandum pads were dessert-bridge of the Beason. The awarded to Mrs. 0. Margol, Mrs. j auditorium was attractively arWilliam Schemer, Mrs. 11. Heyman. [ ELECT terested in the furniture manufacing business. He practiced law until 1931 and retired because of ill health. Mr. Tilton is decidedly against the tax sales, and believerather than new sources uf revenue His many friends I tl-t as V0U know is '"^ ha becausc "' th( m I">'tant ranged. The guests were served a Mrs. I. Weiss and Mrs. .1. Cohen. I t h hattle "We "'n't 1< jrislati n tnat is D0U,1(1 >" ''"""' delicious dessert and the remainder and Mrs. M. Margol received a ] "' • %  but from where 1 "' 1 r '' the ( xt legislature it is of the afternoon was spent in playgreen apron as a special prize. imperative that businessmen be ing bridge. Green and white refreshments elected as state Senator to proAt the conclusion .if the games were served by the hostess, Mrs. 11. test their interests. prizes were awarded at individual Heyman, and Miss Maygoldie tables. Special prizes were awardSetzer, Abe S. Goldman, a native of ed lo Mrs. Max Safer and Mrs. J. Jacksonville, Pla., is a candidate Lazarus. Mrs. Safer received a Caldwell, a candidate or, who ran among the ,-,,,. Constable in District 2 of Dade modern electric iron and a handyr r -vj I indidates in l'.:(2, is preo.uniy. Mr. Goldman received his some sandwich tray was presented IvGy WCSt INOlCS Jentinj: himself as the All-Florida education j„ Jacksonville public to Mrs. Lazarus. J He was born and reared Bc hools and later attended the Uni[ and West Florida and is ver8 j ty „,Florida. During his Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schulhofer j ,ctive in Miami, South Flor| ong res jd ence j n Florida he has announce the engagement of their „ Ida. Hi I basing his campaign )„,,.„ a( .,; V( m communal affairs daughter, Adele Frances, t„ Maitne CO ngregaton of the local synai IIIIIII %  i • %  i: IILIII iiimiMiiitiiliiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiliiliiliiiHIiliiilililiililiillllltnlilliilMlilnliiim Mr. and Mrs. A. Binhorn on Friday evening, May "J2, entertained L the need for effecting laws to do aI1( | nas earned a splendid reputavein Bernard Finkelstein, son of g 0 gue, following the Bar Mitzvah Lay with the chain store evil and ,„,„ in 1)U |,| ic and private life. He Mrs. Neal Finkelstein and the late of tht ir y0U ngest sun, Jack. Mr. it in the last five years |s ag |{i n g. or election as constable .Veal %  KinkdUtein. The wedding P. Florida home merchants have ()n a p ] t .,|^,. „f decent law enforcewill take place in July. bone OUl of business and that in „,,.„, an ,| ,) 1( protection of children She last 15 years the volume of aj amst the evil influences which Mrs. Clio Shumes announces the kosinesi done by the chain stores ,.,, su i t (•,.„„, laxity in the duties of engagement of her daughter, Besl. Pearlman acted as toastmaster. Delicious refreshments w e r e served. the office. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'it'iiiiiiii' Jfcad increased from 5 to 5ti per Icent of the total. He stated the Ihome-owned stores employ '.10,000 .people and that on wholesale and Typlf cnnvlllp NPWQ will be announced later. fail sales of $160,000,000 they pay J< I$50.0ti0,iioii in wages, whereas the [chain stores on a volume of $200,%  100,000 pay only $8,000,000 in Mrs. George Kantor and sister, sie, to Manuel Goldstein, son of Mrs 1{ Kirchik, are spending a Charles Goldstein of Hartford, va ,. at j ori in Hot Springs. Conn. The date of the marriage Mr. and Mrs. I. Appelrouth and Mr. B. Weintraub were in TallaThe picnic committee, headed by hassee to attend the graduation of The Temple Sisterhood closed I. M. l.ieberman, announces an alltheir sister and daughter. Miss Ida the season with a luncheon Friday day picnic of the Jacksonville JewWeintraub. from the Slate Univerin the Temple Home. Mrs. Sam ish Center and its affiliated ors ; ty Miss Goldie Lewinsky Fish ka for the support of the Kassew j tz .,,„) Mrs. Clarence Gins, ganizations, Sunday. May 81, at fofa a i so w i]| graduate this week. berg were co-chairmen of the May Rubin's Camp, on the San .lose meeting. Road. Miss Cynthia Pearlman, valedicAn interesting program of entorian of the graduating class of Officers of Senior Hadassah were tertainment is scheduled to begin \\r.;t\, will also receive the scholinstelled at the first meeting of iat 10 o'clock Sunday morning and asti ,. prize offered by the P.-T. A. GRADY BURTON Your Next GOVERNOR %  electorate on this and other important measures contained in his platliorm. J. M. Lee, now a candidate for Ire-election to the office of state [comptroller, to which he was [elected in 1932, has had a long and %  active public career, both in his Jaativi state of Georgia and in his I I Btete of Florida. Mr. Lee [is a native of Irwin County, Georast until late in the afternoon. eacn year to theboy and girl holdThe program will include novelty | n g the highest scholastic average, field events, tug-of-war, threethe season last week at the Jewish Center. Officers installed with Mrs. Nat Cohen, president, were: Mrs. Joseph Strauss, first vice-president, and Mrs. William Silverman, third vice-president. Other officers who. will serve one more year are: Mrs. dren's picnic with the Center picwit 2. legged race and a pie-eating contest. Visitors in Miami this week-end were Mr. Ch. Aronovitz. Mr. J. The Daughters of Israel have deAronovitz. Mrs. Frank Holtsberg, cided to combine the anual chilMrs. Mendel ami Mr. M E. Herko! Because he is the only candidate who will champion the cause of the independent merchants against the sales tax. GRADY Bl'RTON IS YOIR ONLY DEFENSE i I'iiid for iy n uruup of Independent Florida Jewish merchants itiii'i'>i'l in protecting their livelihood*) iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiinitiiitiitiiiHir pia. where he served as county p Kanto r, corresponding secrenic. All students of the Center judge. He began the practice of M|s s |m Kassewitz, recordreligious schools will be their tag 'secretary; Mrs. Harry Katz. guests. treasure, ; Mrs. Ira Stein, financial M. B. Glickstein is in charge of secretary; Mrs. Louis Witten, execathletic events Jack ew of the u ,,ve secretary; Mrs. Herbert musical program, and Jack Scntlei Walss second vice-president of the boxing and wrestling exh[law in Georgia in 1915 and in 1923 | in Florida. In 1925 he became Iprosecuting attorney for Highlands County and attorney for the I county commissioner. 1 ^ which positions he held until his election as [comptroller in 1932. In 1927, 1929 land 1 'j:;] he served as a member of lhe Florida Legislature from his Committee chairmen were an nounced as follows: Membership, Mrs. Joseph Strauss; hospitality, s Bucholtz; program, Mrs. bitions. The closing event on the calendar of the Ladies' Hebrew Shelteriiiiiimi'iiiiiiniii %  comptroller he in 1982 made a numF"i' of promises, which he now [points out have all been kept. During his tenure in office he has alays been fearless and has been | I the cause of increasing tax collecj of the stale. In great mcasI "fc it was due to his ability that | the schools have been able to ob-11 "Ml the full appropriation prom| ied them, the first time in the his. |[ [tory 0 f the state that this promise ] been kept. Because of his I • cord in office, his care| fu and proper liquidation of banks \ wining into his jurisdiction, and | yment of dividends from dej ,u, lCt banks because of their care| ful liquidation, his many friends 1 that Comptroller J. M. Lee 1 ] P.nnr HI" E£K£M5Si. mini i """ i mil i"" I ill I I £ VOTK AND WORK FOR Norman N. Blakley The Man That Dade County Needs for FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Group 3 Will Serve Unselfishly All the People N Fearless. Honest and Capable and Will Prove a Friend to All Subject to Democratic June Primary (Paid Political Advertisement) ., ( lie lie



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wJemsti floridian c Mfl,wwc The Jewish tUmHty 3&JL Q JUxrUJk WjLoJLfLy P9 ol.9-No. 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, PRIDAT, MAY 29, 1936 iiiiiiiimiu.iii ti(iiiiiiiiiiii.iiii:iiii;iiiMii riHi'nriniiiiii""!'-" „ THE WORLD'S WINDOW By LUDWIG LEWISOHN mm i """""" This column is copyrighted by ,l„. Seven Arts Feature Syndi,;,!,.. Reproduction in whole or in part strictly forbidden. Any Infringement on this copyright will be prosecuted. "SHAVUOT" loyalty to a much deepei and a i'aisubtler truth. Is there anything here thut i.indisputable? Yes. it is this: that every one of those human groups who we call peoples, whatever their Lee to Pay Full School Funds TALLAHASSEE, May 28. — Florida Bchool teachers and l>us drivers Adler Letter Brings Expose Xew York (WNS) An eleventh Monila school teachers and hus .. ... ... ,, ,. hour attempt by the American Invers will get their full state ap, .„ .. .. ... ,, ,.. Jewish committee to halt the \\o,rld iropnation ol ten and a hall mil. .. „ „ Jewish t ongresa was disclose" .ion dollars this year. Comptroller ,, ,, ,. ,. ... ., .... .. through a "confidential letter i> .1. M. Lee announced today alter ... ., who we call peoples, whatever their ... .,',., Dr. ( vrus Adler, preside"! ..t advising the governor the states .... origin or whatever the principle of e .,„.,_ ,„„, .. ,, committee, circularized t _. i general tund haS-MI..IXKI available ... r Shatheir cohesion, produced in that age .. American rabbinate. .... tor transter to schools immediately, in rein which it assumed or devc oped ., „,,... ,.„„ „,, r Will' the rcmilllllMI' X > 2R (II ( in TVi.. ,.„mn ntn tvt of I T l.ast of Shavout—Chag Feast of Weeks — was in rein which it assumed or developed mote antiquity a harvest festival those characteristics that made it while the remaining §220,000 to The complete text of Dr. Adler's ..timiitv n harvest festival those characteristicthat made n ,, ... .... ... .... mote aiitniuiiy a """" l v ... make full ten and a half million letter, written on olticial American j ,..,,,.. it.; name to the circuilldiffer throughout its history Irom .... ., ,, r am l owes us name M (ire >." i o W]1 | |„. avin ] an i t f,. on tag ga l ee J ew j gn Committee stationery, foliiiuiv .....-.-,—.. ... nmi\c IUII ten mm it nun miiiiou letter, written on oiucini .\niciono .ndowes its name to the circumdiffer throughout its history from wi|| u avai|al(lt fron ta „„,„ Jewfgh Committee gtationery, fol, unce that its date was fixed us fellow-peoples even as one hu; ( m mi „ |eyy Mm June m ^ Mven weeks after the barley wen. man personality differs from an,, ia lu irst time in histol v thut fici; of Pessach. But from early other-that every such group pro^^.^ ^. ]mu]> ^ ^.^ th „ Talmudic times on this probable duced in that age of its becoming a fu|| | egl8lative appropi .iation and origin was overlaid or half forgotvision and a myth and a record ot g ^^ ^ |m(|Unt st hoo)s re "PERSONAL AND NOT FOR PUBLICATION" "May 20, 1936. „ and the Feast of Weeks came central experience comfortable to ( ( iv( (i ^ V( ,. u the commemoration of the Us character and expressive there. .. Far u um endan g ering jiving and accepting of the Law of. And the record ol this expertpromiged reduction in the tax millSinai—seman mattan toraence, by virtue of which a people Bg ||H ,,.. mstVl ,„ >e hools win .., ,enu the time of the giving of became this people. ,precipitated j, eave h( gtate t| ,. asu v in sha|)L M ,he law. '" 8'Pture, a writing, a record,. ^ i |M;i| t)u promi8ed tW(1 mill Unit !" 1, will he useful to recall the exwhich bears the same relation to m a[|(| poggibly ., greater reducWorld Jewish Congress and frc act final words in which the book that people which a high work of t|(m „ Comptroller Lee stated. "Sola point of view which 1 think y~_ Shemoth (Names) or Exodus j art bears to the artist from whose gene rou8 has been the response of W H] understand cannot be pretral fact of Jewish expertt" 1 1 being that work arose. Not |j|(i tnxpa yi n g pu blfc to my apgented in any public statement. isummed up: "Ye have seen everything in the poem of a great ( ., ( r ,,.,,.„„.„, ,„ llc ha | f of th( vithout con8 idering whether you am venturing to approach you am some other rabbis in th" ited States concerning the •om mi Plan to Colonize Jews in Ethiopia NEW YORK. (WNS i A plan gross in Geneva this summer, they would claim to represent the 16,000,000 Jews of the world. Such a meeting would, I have reason to believe, be followed by a call for a pan-Arabic Congress which W( i not only include the Aral's of Palestine, but also of Egypt, Syria, Trans-Jordan, Iraq and Hedjaz. efore them all these words ter and fate are one. Yaveh commanded him. And **> clans of common origin o, people answered together of supposed y common wn^All that Vaveh hath dered loosely cohesvem the des. ... ., arts between the valleys of the mie We Wl l 'and the Jordan. They were idol. called the contents of this a tors amid idolators. Why did the central fact of Jewish they not remain so and perish so to settle 20,( German Jews .n e. Now that word expertwith the other Arabic and CanaanEthiopia .being negotiated by be interpreted in various i t jgh tribes? We do not know. Germany and Italy, it was reported And it mi g ht a i so g0 even fu It may he interpreted in the We do know that there glimmered in a Berlin dispatch to the New and Mng a|mu( a pan Mos i em a] orthodox way: that in the souls the vision of their god York rimes, rhe proposed_ plan movemcnt which wou i d bring in the was the literal traffic bebeing Cod. the "I am that 1 am" would d out unde. the exMoglems ,„• ,,„,,, ^d and M s and the chiL or the -I am thai l^hall V^the 1st rm.n^han agreement ^ --' 2LS" And ""''I B"W aS Jcoh on from German, to Italy, ous objections to a World Jewish given and accepted. And them a Law, apt ir v Germany Co oint of view of -' W that I re, %  !" V [l*^ 'view profoundly n the otto peop J ^ ^ .^ I %  >' -';•';. f" 0 ; ;" '" d ;: ,. ,', : ," t0 take with them a limited ,,, mainly with between that heln to bjdtolflj their capital. This capto Pah m ol those who aver that survive and thai doiat. the Jews in | a8t fev, years, the most considerrtorical .rounds, forever obedience to an ethical command, adva,; %  • ,„. vj „ v ,,„,„. that you v ,.l use the orthodox, with the bemade so by austere avonian e of he *Md^-gJJJ ^ y „ ur influence in your own com. with those who affirm the the iodlatries and licenses or the ,„ Italy. lh numj!y )o p d plfl to abendous experience recorded in surrounding pagan world made so would ^, ,,,,„„•,,.,..,, stain from participating ,n the imperishable words by sanctifying, by rendering metam8 nj becauw t wouia ^^ |h|congreM< If lts pLsically significant, every act of huge amounts ol Italian In, held cannot be pt rsua(led t0 ; eating and drinking and be,. Germany. ReporU of a plan i i may iK r Sitting and the care of the poor to settle German JJ-"^^ liap reaUze that, in view of the i rUmrers and the bereft and were current a year ago Ml and strangers ana HI Pmneror Hade Pres. Roosevelt Issues Statement New York (WNS)—What was tantamount to an official indictment of the Nazi anti-Jewish policy was made by President Roosevelt in a message delivered through Secretary of the Interior Ickes to an audience of more than 1,00(1 gathered to pay tribute to Mr. Ickes at a testimonial dinner tendered him by the United Palestine Appeal at the Hotel Astor. Emphasizing the right of minorities "to lead a normal, civilized life," the president was quoted by Mr. Ickes as follows: "It is my privilege to bring to you tonight a greeting from the President of the United States, expressing his interest in what you are trying to do. He has charged me to say to you who are an integral and valued element in the nation, (hat he is distressed and disturbed by the reversion in certain parts of (he world to days and deeds of an era which all enlightened people had long hoped would never return. It is his conviction that so long as minorities of the nations of the world are deprived of liberty of though! and religion, and the right to lead a normal, civilized life there can be no true and permanent understanding between the nations. The president expresses through me to you. the representatives of a great and virile race, the hope that calmer and more dispassionate judgments will prevail and asserts the belief that the government of (he I nited Stales, ill carrying out the will of (he people, will ever give watchful care to the minorities within il* borders, and will maintain inviolate those vital richls that are guaranteed by (he constitution even to the most humble of our citizens." Hut there is, sober fact, another way of regarding the entire mat'" which has always been uncon"' which has always been unconam stran( j e rs and the bereft and were current a year ago \ ^ ^ situ ltion in Pak stini ,, the aciously latent within the orthodox in r an a harvesting ami buying representative of hmpe.o. postponement of the proposed con. W Hteralistic point of view. That 1H and ru lc and obedience Selassie discussed the mai.e, advisable. ito say: belief is so hard or ^ a ,„, peace. They became Jewish leaders in London. f,„„,'...,., .. and war an i "I (io not advise public addresses fatten. Intuition and presage conmore than half of it and many believers have always known •hat their affirmation, credal or itic or controversial, of his.. „:.s on of being a "l do not auvise piium ""-~" | HK>ple Z non Pagan people, WARSAW. (WXS)-A group of or public meetings at which it holy PWPJ"'* im aus tere unemployed Jewish technicians and woul( be inBdv isablc to advance the %  '"r^L ,-e a l>e..|>le stillchauffeurs have appealed to the congldera tions I have mentioned ,H u m „s throughout the ages It alian embassy here to send them above> hut do a dvise private Millions tniouj.ii"">' „.,...•„ Tfco r.,iiiest. was for.: „ „A <. nn v.>r


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, ay May 29, 1936 THE JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN Pag Nine BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 187 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi TEMPLE Summer services begin this Fri|,; a v evening at 8:16, and will be Icontinui i through the entire sum,,„,,• sei son. Instead of a sermon ] er. Dr. Kaplan will give a of general interest, disw nl Jewish problems, or I explain the remarkable chapters at .;',. \i hna, railed the Sayings of [the Fathers. Beginning with the first Friday Ijn Jun the services Will be held Kai Ian Hall. An adull class in Judaism was begun last Wednesday evening and will be continued throughout the summer months. This class meets in the Rabbi's study, nnd all meml v %  .. an cordially Invited to attend Wednesday evening, 8:00 o'clock. H. Gray, treasurer. People's Lobby, Inc.. 113 X. E. 1st St X. E. ( Washington, I). C. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL _o Opening prayer was given by Stanley Ratner, services read by Nathan Aronovitz, and the closing prayer Riven by Harold Weinberg of dasl of primary department. Harold read his prayer so beautifully that we must commend him for such excellent work. The birthday celebrated was that of Benjamin Bronston. Highest collection came from intermediate department, class 15 and the best attendance from intermediate department, classes 2 and :!. He was assistant police chief at Coral Gables until 1928, when he went with the sheriffs department, returning to the Gables as police chief within six months. "1 have but one plank in my platform," Western says. "I pledge my every effort towards stamping OUt the gangs which have been preying upon our residents and visit"!-. I promise that Bade County, under my administration as sheriff, will not he a haven of refuge for criminalof all degrees from all parts of the country. "I am in this campaign as a candidate of all the people. Xo clique, group or organization has any strings mi me." Russell F. Hand, prominent insurance man and fraternal worker. who is campaign manager for Mr. Weston, said that from reports he is receiving daily, thousands of voters are rallying to Weston because i>f his record and his platform, and for that reason he feels that Mr. Weston will lead tinticket in the sheriffrace, the Townsend plan were supposed to come out of thin air, as the proponents promised, it gained many supporters, but when the fact was pointed out that every cent of the cost, together with the cost of maintaining an army of spies, would come out of the wageearner and the farmer, he scheme began 0 lose friends rapidly. "Anyone wants to see our old folks live in comfort," the congressman said, "but the funds for their support inns' come from those who can afford to pay. rather than be drained from the pocketbooks of the poor. I am in favor of an old age pension law which will give persons over (10 years of age an adequate living income without bankrupting the country." The congressman also pointed out that he had not voted against the bonus. "I voted for the Yinson bill consistently until it became a law. 1 opposed the I'atman bill, which would have started tho printing presses and so inflated the currency that the money would have been of little value" The Jewish National Fund of America (Keren Kayemeth I.e Israel, [nc), Ill Fifth Avenue, New York, has a unique plan to make your child's name immortal. It will issue certificate of entry in the Children's Golden Book for $10.00 and give the child a certificate showing that its name has been entered. For many years the Golden Hook was open to adults for $100.00 a page. This is now a new venture to immortalize your child's name for J10.00 by having it inscribed in the Children's Golden Book. Further details may be had from your Rabbi. This would make a fine confirmation, graduation or birthday present Thus,who are interested in the forward looking movement of renting American life for the of all might do well to join the Pi ople'l Lobby, and help them fight our battles. Membership is 81.00 ; i year active membership 12.00, and contributing membership $5.00 per year. Address Dr. John The closing exercises of the Religious School will take place this Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock, livery class will give a brief outline of the work done through the year. The best essays have been selected to be read during the exercises, frizes will he given to the best pupils for work, and to those who have perfect attendance. Increase of cost of living of from 25 per cent upward may be expected if the Townsend transaction tax scheme is enacted into law. according to Congressman Mark Wilcox. When the funds to support tmMimiiiliHiiitllHiimmiiiiiiiiiHllh...ilMimcmiiiiiiiiimiHiiimiiiiimiim ELECT HAROLD C. C0STELL0 June 7th will he the annual picnic, to be held at Ft Lauderdale. All members of the congregation are cordially invited to join us. VOTE FOR HAYES WOOD FOR TAX COLLECTOR Dade County YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE WILL HE APPRECIATED (Paid for by i. Friend) SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood will have a special meeting in Kaplan Hall on | Monday, with Mrs. Jacob II. Kap{ Ian presiding. It will he in the | form of a covered dish luncheon. | at 12:30 o'clock. Several fine af| fairs for summer entertainment j will be planned at that time. Political Briefs L. R(Roy) Weston. candidate for sheriff of Dade county, is a native of Florida and Miami resident for 30 years, and came here as construction engineer on the Key West railroad extension. Your County Commissioner District No. 1 I (Piiid Political AiKi -i-tii-i intent) Mil, II HIIIII CIMI'IIIHII I minium in in in it i II i ii llu R. W. (BOB) RALSTON Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No. 3 1 promise an efficient administration of the affairs of the County. Hid Political Advertiaeme "ll'IIIMIllllllllLimillllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU'in muni,,,,,,. Political Advertisement) ""ii" cm nit i urn limn i"' FOR YOUR STATE COMPTROLLER I. MUNCY ANDERSON If elected I pledge that I will use the influence of this office to promote better schools, adequate pensions for the aged, unemployment insurance, also care for those afflicted and unable t earn a ELECT GEORGE E. HOLT REPRESENTATIVE Group One He Will Protect tiuInterests of Dade County Subject Democratic Primary, June. 1036 i Paid for liy %  frii ltd) A REAL GOVERNOR Jerry W. CARTER Candidate of all creeds and classes that make up the great Common People of Florida. Break that lawyer-politician rule at Tallahassee and for once vote for a progressive, honest, comir.cn sense governor. i Paid Political Advertiaenienl I


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• fx'i'i : • • w T Y %  !•i -' 1 i>h ... np t n> appreciation to the pwph for the nomination the office of County Juri.t in the Democratic primaryRICHARD P. BOBBINS COUNTY JUDGE Palm Beach County