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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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wJewislh Mondial in
CM8/A""G TTIhe JhBwislh (Uinn1ty
9No. 25
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1936
Pries Five Cen -
The World's
Window
"On Nationalism Once More"
B). LUDWIG LBWISOHN
This column is copyrighted by
Jk Se\en Arts Feature Syndi-
*tt. Reproduction in whole or
parl itrktly forbidden. Any
frinucnunl on this copyright
till he prosecuted.
FACING THE TRUE FACTS
|N'ow in one city and now in an-
iher gentlemen say to me with a
|ok of self-conscious and defen-
ce cleverness: "I'm a Zionist, if
lu like; I'm not a nationalist."
ley think they are thinking; thoy
only making a frightened noise.
Ipoint out to them that Mr. Jus-
te BramlcN settled this matter
made the final distinctions
ars afro mid that, by his permis-
|on. I was enabled to reprint his
emorablc words on this matter in
Zionist anthology, "Rebirth.'
I vain. The frightened noise goes
Let us try once more, so far
possibii-, in words of one syl-
|Mi. Justice Riandeis wrote: "The
lity nf a nationality is a fact of
litre The unity into a nation
[largely the work of men. The ,
0K doctrine that nation and na- ^
nality must lie made coextensivi
I Mime of our great-
It tragedies." Hoes it sink in?
I Let us restate: God made men
varieties or kind or culture
foups or nationalities. There is
< man on earth who is not some
fcid of man and belongs with his
,by bio id or association, speech
[common history, to the group of
kind. He is born as a mem-
It of a nationality; he is born
| nationality. In brief, men
Jcur on this planet in groups or
mpings which we call by the
kkward but now unavoidable
N natii nalities.
livery nationality can become a
r-ion. Every nationality can be-
|me a B nation. There is
necessarj conflict between any
I belonging to the nationality
o which .< was l)orn and the na-
f"i to which he gives political al-
liance.
''l'' as take a few examples:
Kchmen went to Africa and set-
\ first they were not
y Dutch by nationality, but re-
pined a part of the Dutch nation.
' they became independent and
led two states or nations
their own, the Transvaal Repub-
m,] the i free state. Now
" of Dutch nationality still,
* no longer part of the Dutch
Uy the two Boer re-
irbed by the Brit-
" Empire and now the Dutch or
fws or Afrikanders are cart
I : of nations. They
or, a- I believe they
|fl-r. of Afrikander nationality
fUiand speak their speech (Afri-
I and live according to their
n and worship God accord-
fashion. I have heard
, ral Jan Smuts a
" !l: ause he is an Af-
" ted on Page 3)
i


!
The Jewish Floridian has never feared to face the true facts and to
speak out whenever the welfare of the community required it. Just four
years ago we spoke out in terms definite and emphatic. We told the
truth, as home out by nearly four years of a state administration that has
violated every sense of decency ... a government that has become noto-
rious for its manipulations and self-aggrandizement, and one that in the
recent primaries was administered the stern rebuke of an honest and in-
dignant people. Too often have our ears burnt and our faces reddened in
shame when the present o-cupant of the gubernatorial chair was accred-
ited to our people in terms far from complimentary.
Once again we urge upon the people of our state, which has always
evidenced every mark of fair play to its citizens, regardless of race or
creed one within whose vast boundaries Jews. Catholics and Prot-
estants have lived and worked together as American citizens, to carefully
guard that incalculable bulwark of true democracy ... THE BALLOT BOX.
If we are to perpetuate a government of. for and by the people ... if we
are to keep from within the boundaries of the state of Florida every vestige
of Fascism or dictatorship, and to forever stamp out any signs or indica-
tions of un-Americanism ... it is the bounden duty of every citizen to cast
his vote to place at the head of our great commonwealth a man who by his
past history and acts, not by mere speeches during campaigns, has defi-
nitely and convincingly proven ABLE. FEARLESS. JUST and. ABOVE
ALL". HONEST.
A people that has produced a Brandeis. a (ardozo. a Lehman in the
present day realms of governmentmen who have championed the masses
of the people and opposed intrenched greed, cannot help but go to the polls
tii cast their ballots for a man who bv his record in public and private life
stands out todav as a leader espousing HONESTY AND DECENCY IN
GOVERNMENT. ee.
We like to think of a man who has served his people in oil ices which
bring to the fore every quality within him. We like to think of a man who
is sympathetic, vet firm; one who tempers justice with mercy: one who
realizes the frailties of his fellow man. and in judging him is net earned
away bv the power that is his by virtue of the office he holds. We like to
think of a man who is not too busy because of the press irt of his every
day vocation to neglect his duties to his Creator. We like to think ol a
man who will be humble when faced by problems, ever bearing in mind tno
saving of the "Ethics of the Fathers." "Remember whence thou comest.
whither thou goest. and before whom you wiU stand in judgment. We
want to visualize in the office of governor of the state of Honda a man
upon whom there has never fallen the slightest suspicioni ol dishonesty,
one who has never been tainted with the association of those who have
proved untrue to their trust in public office. We want o see in the of fit.
f governor one that promises little, hut does much; no the sharp t ader
the immovable banker, or the conniving legislator, but the sympathetic
mJ'nS^rvlceseas: judge of a Juvenile court for five and one-half years, as
judge of a Criminal court for ten and one-halt years, both offices which
soontry the mettle of any man and bring to the surface either the innate
ho esYv. deep sympathy and true understanding that one possesses or dis-
closes a callous heart, lack of feeling, dishonesty, and disregard of ones
,Evv men are a fair test of one's future conduct. I hat one serving in
hese c.Tpac'it es has received the plaudits of the citizenry and their appro-
ntion as expressed at the polls is evidence quite conclusive as o one s
i.i,v Co in'e this record with that of ones service to the people in the
Jivic^ ann' communalI life of a city, and one needs but little more to arrive at
a decision.
This record *J**%&fiEStf KjESftR
that men like Abe jont^n m ftffB& who has stood side
Hefamattcm (omm.ttee of tht !oc overcome preju-
by side with Jewish huiders in the nevjrceasi ^ rting
dice and to bring good will among_allpeople sincerity, ever

Roosevelt Club
Organized Her
~~~~~~"
Plans for one of the large
Democratic rallies in the state a
rapidly being whipped into sha;
by the Roosevelt Nominators e
Miami, who will stage a rally Jut '
27th in Bayfront Park, coincide
with the gigantic (fathering
Franklin Field, Philadelphia, whet.
Franklin I). Roosevelt will mal.
his address of acceptance to tt.
presidential nomination.
J. Mark Wilcox, United Stab
representative for Florida, wi
make the keynote address, it wa
indicated, in the Bayfront amph:
theater before a record attendant .
The goal of 15,000 membership:,
set by the committee this week, i
expected to be far surpassed b;
June 27th. Membership entitle
admission to the rally.
Klaborate plans also are beta;
made for the entertainment, which
is under the direction of Erni'
Seller of the city recreation depart-
ment.
Mayor A. D. II. Fossey, who
was appointed chairman of the fi-
nance division of the Democratic
national executive committee by
James A. Farley, is being assisted
by an executive staff which opened
offices this week on the corner ol
Flagler St. and N. E. Second ave.
Serving on the committee are R.
J. Marshburn, genera! chairman;
Mrs. T. V. Moore, chairman of the
enrollment drive; Judge W. H. Bur.
well, chairman of the speakers'
committee; Krnie Seller, entertain-
ment; Walter Hoyt, president Mi-
ami Central Labor Union, am! Ed-
gar I.. Keuling, publicity chairman.
Dr. Wise to Run
AsZ. 0. A. Head
Stephen S. Wise Monday night
officially consented to use of his
name as candidate for presidency
Zionist Organization of America
in a letter read to 100 leading New
York Zionists assembled at Com-
modore Hotel. Louis Lipsky, hon-
orary president Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, presided at meet-
ing.
Scores of Zionists, visibly af-
fected by prospect Dr. Wise's re-
newal of leadership, crowded his
study at Jewish Institute Religion
this morning to express their grat-
ification at his acceptance, saying
his election would mean beginning
of new era in American Zionism.
noi "^ o.ii-"'.....
own selfish interests. courage, to whom public office is

Decries Story of
Jewish Influence
Atlantic City (WNS) Cath .lies
and pr itestantg are exercising a
much greater influence on Presi-
dent Roosevelt than the Jews and
the assertion by the Black Legion
and other organisations that the
New Heal is a "Jew Heal" is un-
true, it was declared by the Rev,
Everett R. Clinchy, executive rector Of the .National Confer
( :' .lews and Christians, at
opening session of the '! 1 st annual
convention of the Independent
eler B'rith Sholom.



Page Two
THE JEWISH FI.ORiniAN

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion is sponsoring one of its regu-
lar card parties Sunday evening,
June 21st, at 8 o'clock in the home
Mrs. William Clein, 1860 S. W.
Fourth st. Proceeds will be used
for the Talmud Torah fund of the
congregation. Mrs. Clein will be
hostess fur the evening. Prizes
will be awarded for high scores
and refreshments will be served.
*
Mr. Ben Silver loft Sunday
five-week auto trip to visit rela-
tives and friends in Providence,
Boston and New York. He was ac-
companied on his trip by his sis-
ter, Mrs. Jack August, and her
son. Arthur.
Zli,la>-' June
r
e|
SOCIETY P
Philip
Nathan Adelman. president of the Mis
congregation. Res] inses wore Mr. and
made by the recipients. Plans for Bundaj f ( anada, where she will
were discuss I and detials a month.
i Segall, daughter of Merry-Go-Round Club, Eighty-
Segall, left tl dance and get-together at the
sixth st. and Bis-
a picnic
will be announced soon.
All are urged to attend the bene-
fit dai-.ce of the athletic committee
of the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation Sunday evening. June 21st,
at the Merry-Go-Round, on Bis-
cayne blvd.
*
He ause of the inclement weath-
er the picnic of the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, scheduled for Bouche's Villa
Venice, was held a: Kaplan Hall
of Temple Israel last Sunday. Sev-
eral hund1.v Id were 11
for th< Dinner was
served until a late hour of the
evening. In charge of arrange-
ments was a committee hcidcd by
Mrs. R. R. Adler.
*
Representing Greater Miami at
the session of the American Jew-
ish Congress in Washington last
After
her visit Miss Segall will join the
Provincetown Players, a New York
stock company, and will appear in
plays for two months.
Mr. and Mrs. lien.i. l.e VilH and
daughter of Coral Cables left for
Chicago, 111., where they will spend
five weeks visiting relatives and
friei
*
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fishman of
Mt. Vernon, N. Y.. announce the
birth of a daughter, Sara Janet.
Mr. Fishman is a brother of Mrs.
Jack Hirsch of Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa re-
turned to the city after spending
some time in Hot Springs, Ark.
*
Mrs. John Wolf, formerly of
Miami, returned to her home In
Washington, D. C, after having
spent some time here with her
daughter. Mrs. Jasper Cromer.

Mrs. B. Kandel left for Wash-
>n. D. C. to spend the summer
with her sister, Mrs. John Wolf,
and other members of her family.

An important meeting of the en.
tiie membership of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will be
M nda] jelling, June 22nd.
at the
mat- acted on.
A: the ias: meeting of the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jew-
sh i i; th i :. < .rifts
wen anization
Irs lack H h. Mrs. Moe Pal-
. .. Mrs. Louis Kotkin and Mrs.
Ida Buckstein in gnition of
their work during the past year.
Tin was made by Mr. ed h first semi -ter.
Upon completing her work with
Sunday were Rabbi Max" Shapiro xhc tock company, Miss Segall will
and Mr. Harry I. Lipton.

Junior division of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association enter-
tained with a dance Monday honor-
ing Jewish graduating seniors.
Many Schwartz and Miss Sarah
I.ehrman won prizes. Miss Nellie
Shaff and Miss Evelyn Marks were
in charge of arrangements.
The entertainers included Miss
Rubensl n, Miss G< rald-
ine Adams, Miss Sara Martha
Adams. Miss Dorothy Harris, Mis.
Barney Kraft. Phi! Weintraub,
Maurice Foder. Dave and Milton
I Miss Anna I' iman.

Elliot: Blumenthal, wh
list a: the Univi
f Gl : :... 'A ... : > he has COl
return to Miami to resume her
studio- with Mrs. William V. Lit-
tle. Miss Segall has been a stu-
dent of the drama, specializing in
Shakespearean characters for the
past several years, and has ap-
peared on many Miami programs.
Mr. and Mis. .lack Apte anil fam-
ily loft Wednesday for an exten-
sive automobile trip en route to
Brooklyn, where they will reside
for the next two months.
MIA MI
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Bj II \Kin SCHWARTZ
On Sunday evening, .lime 21st,
' i "Y" diamondball team will hold
honest: fearless: jtst:
RALEIGH PETTEWAY
Candidate for Governor
NO TRICK PROMISES TO
SECURE VOTES
AX UNBLEMISHED RECORD
Refuses to Accept His Salary While
Campaigning
YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN
Your Vote for
PETTEWAY
FOR GOVERNOR
IS A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT FOR AI I
FLORIDA
Florida needs a man like Pettewaya man with
visiona man with convictiona man with ability
a man who believes that a Public Office is a Pub-
lic Trust.
It's All the Way With PETTEWAY
Paid for by a Krwruli
You Will
Rejoice
When You
ELECT
WILLIAM D.
JOYCE
GREYHOUND LINES
FOR ( ORBECT BUS INFORMATION >U r 1Q10
ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM III. D-lolZ
GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH
______ Washington Ave & Fifth St.
YOUR
DADE COUNTY
PURCHASING AGENT
caync blvd. Tick-
ets are 50c each
and may be pur-
chased from Mr.
Max Goldstein,
i apt. Davis Lack-
awitz or any
member of the
team. It is necessary that you
purchase your tickets from one of
the "Y" boys in order for the "Y"
to receive any financial benefit.
All proceeds will go towards ath-
letic fund of the "Y."
Albert Pallot will officiate in the
capacity of M. C, assisted by a
number of talented artists from
surrounding night clubs. The 2lst
being Dad's Day and also two days
previous to the second primary, in-
dications point to a merry crowd
attending. Make your reservations
by calling Nat Blumberg.
Ril
Wail
Movement
Much favorable comment.,,
ce.ved from the largely
that attended Tuesday'/?
meeting. Among the .'
guests and speakers Wer.
Rosenbloom and i{abbi
each stressing the impor^
a \ to serve the JeWish
lace by its offering of a m
versified program of ^
cial and physical education '
tending organizations and
representatives were: ChesM i
Ernes Mrs. I. Cohen; JUnior'
dassah, Miss Hana Mack- Easi
Star, Mrs. William Fried,'
B'nai B'rith, Mr. William Fi
man, and the Y. M. II. A.Wa5|
resented by President A] R,
feld. If some of the words
were put into action
meeting of
of the 12
th.
a montk
< tive
Jewish
'"'ganiatioi
would undoubtedly prove in
able for the future of Judaism
Greater Miami. Hows about J
action?
Y. W. H. A. Makes Progressive
DIAMONDBALL NEWS
Al Reisman's wild throw tot
plate allowed WIOD to put act
two runs in the last inning tod
feat the "Y" by a 2 to 1 scorti
(Continued on 1'age 7)
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Friday, tm K 22
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
dftjemsti Fiendlain
" *-* "* FLORIDA S ONLY 'EWISH WfcEKLY
Page Throe
Ai
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
by th<-
.IKWISH EI.ORIIHAN I'lilM.ISHINO CO.
P. O. Box 2973
mdg. Miami, Fla.
EDITORIAL OFFICES:
I s. W. 16th Avenue
re Armenians less happy because
there are still vestiges of at least
two Armenian states in the world?
We arc a frightened
wonder. We have
Orlando Notes
people. No
Kewi
Phone 2-5304
Phone 2-11M
J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mnnanvr
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg left
undergone Saturday for New York on a trip.
enough to frighten us. But let us ----------
not think with our fright; let us Mr, and Mrs. I.ouis Baum arc
not think with the terror in our vacationing in Daytona.
marrow. Let us use our minds.
at the age of 21 years as county
treasurer, then five years as cash-
ier and trust officer in the South-
ern Bank and Trust Co. In 1921
he left the bank to establish the
bond and mortgage business of
which he is still the head.
CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN
Field Representative
Entered
,.,,,| ,-|ass matter July 4. 1!>30. at the P.mt Office lit Mian
under the Aet of March I. 187.
Florid
ST rKTKKSBURG
MRS.' ROSE M. RUBIN
Representative
ORLANDO
MRS. B. J. COHEN
Representative
WEST PALM BEACH
MRS. M. SCHREBNICK
Representative
nationthe Welsh, the Flemish, Mis. I. Becker and children, Car- board. Not theory, but practical
the French Canadianshave at "lyn and Stanley, are visiting in experience in keeping taxation to
least geographical unity. For this Jacksonville. a minimum while maintaining pub-
natural condition we have had to lic necessities qualifies him for the
substitute crowding into the same1 Mrs. M
cities and the samt
cities and this has b
able and corrupting substitute. But
MRS. M. H.KISLER it has been the enforced substitute
Ronrpnt;it iv> # ......
H. 1.. Hollins and son of office he seeks, according to his
quarters of Jacksonville are the house guests friends.
'ecu a lament- of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal. _______
Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
ju Month)
Oh Y*i
11.00
$2. '10
FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1936
Vol. 9No. SB
it has been the enforced substitute Mr. Hyman Roth and daughter, Tirelessly attacking the record
for a natural and ignoble tendency Miss Ray Roth, are visiting in of the incumbent, William I). Joyce
that i- universally human, namely Miami and Daytona Beach for the has time and again during the
the socially cohesive tendency of summer. final days of the campaign for the
every nationality. The Irish in office of purchasing agent of Dade
America have shown a similar ten- Mrs. A. Berger and three chil- County urged the voters to study
dency; many well defined social then left recently to join Mr. Ber- the record of the incumbent and
groups show that tendency, so that ger in Miami, where they will re- his own record in business. Mr.
in Oriental cities the quarters arc side. Joyce pledges an economical ad-
named alter the nationalities that ---------- ministration of the office and the
occupy them. But that has made Mrs. L. Schwartz, who has been purchase of the county's need-
none of these nationalistic groups visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe from local merchants and not
less integrated parts of the nation for several months, returned to h merely a favored few. Mr. Joyce
, to which they belong. Let us end home in New York last week. pledges that he will devote his
as we began: Nationality is a fact entire time to the office if elected.
of nature; the nation is construct- Messrs. Morton Levy, Abe Kam- and will not permit the present
ed by the will of men. Men of any inoff. Joel Baker, Joe Wittenstein. conduct of the office, which he al-
.FflTlp's WaminC nationality can will to be members students at the University of Flor- leges is wasteful, to be continued.
V ,! O ... of anv nation and retain their na- ida, Gainesville, are home for their He has rallied to his support many
Governor George Earle of Pennsylvania tea true liberal tionat A|iii >o can ,ws gummer vacation. ,lf the ieading business men of the
When he was United States minister to Austria in 1.1.5.5 and (Copyrighl ,..,; ,,v S(,V(.n Alls .--------- ,-ounty because of his business rec-
[984, he spoke out against the anti-Semitic government of Feature Syndicate) Mrs. G. w. Sllverstein and daugh- ord and his reputation for honesty
that country, disregarding his official status, but only intent ui Allillt. ..,. visiting in Miami and dean living. His friends urge
that Dade County needs Joyce as
purchasing agent.
mat cumin uiiinsi"".B '----------- ----- -
on emphasizing a fundamental truth. When the opponents
.at I I > .1?-- Ill___------mi ~ <... I .... 1 I I
emphasizing a fundamental truth. When the opponents f ( g
American participation in the Berlin Olympic names looked WeSt r 31111 BeaCll
r moral assistance, Governor Earle was again one of the NntPC Mil
month.
.....--------..... ------- .Miss iiiiua \ ii|mii, "i
pern, president of the Temple Is- (j(,nt a| ,hl, University 0
rael Sisterhood, whose father, Tuscai008Bi Ala., return*
v........ \1,;,..,! .!;...! Aaron Abisch, died Sunday, two
events planned by temple groups
Of
for ..
first to speak in unequivocal terms in their support.
Governor Earle is a responsible leader who. under no cir-
cumstances, would make a public statement unless he were
firm.v convinced that his words were based on uncontrovert-
ible facts. In a recent speech at Detroit, the chief executive
of Pennsylvania declared "the money changers and the great
industrialists behind the Liberty League and the present Re-
publican party leadership cannot escape responsibility for for this week have been cancelled.
the Black Legion, this creature of their malicious, shameless The study group was postponed
propaganda against the government of the I'nited States. one week and announcement of
The Black Legion is the first fruit of their campaign for the luncheon will be made later.
Fascism and the blood of Charles l'oole (the man whose mur-
der revealed the existence of the Black Legion) is on their
hands."
These are strong words. Governor Earle must know
whereof he speaks. A sweeping investigation of the affilia
Miss Frances Siegal is spending
her annual vacation in New York.
In deference to Mrs. Many Hal- MJM HiWa Coplon, who is a stu
Sam A. Goldstein of Dixie Linen
Supply, left Saturday for HoUB
ton, Texas, where, secretary of
the Florida Linen Supply Com-
I ins l ihe black Legion and other similar organizations is pany, he will be the officia rep-
............;,.. ,.f this -late at the
ned home for
her summer vacation. Miss Coplon
-pent some time visiting in Bir-
mingham and other points and was
accompanied home by her aunt,
Mrs. Julius Schwartz of Birming-
ham, who will visit in Orlando for
several weeks.
Tom Wood, candidate for con-
stable in district 2, points to his
f Alabama, ten years of continued service as
v;ry i i ch n order.
lese:
24th annual
of this state at the
convention of the Na-
St. Petersburg
Notes
deputy constable in this district,
which has given him an insight
into the workings of the office and
an experience that none can excel.
He is acquainted with the work
and points to his record of effi-
ciency, experience, courtesy and ac-
tual knowledge of conditions in
this district as the reason for his
election.
The World's
Window
(I tinued from Page 1)
The Jews are a nationality, tional Linen Supply Association.
Within historic time, up to, rough- Following
Judge A. B. Small, now judge of
the Civil Court of Record of Dade
Countv, points to his record in of-
Mr. Joy R- Schwartz, son of Mr. J> ^ ,,..el4,ction.
,nd Mrs. S. Schwartz, received his ........ ...... .....
T r'TK "'K:
Within historic time, up to, rough- Following nis lm v ... and Mr8. s. Schwartz, received nis / ,t the
ly, the year 132 of our era this Goldstein will spend a week in A,- ^ ^ f,.om fte 0niverslty f "^^'^'^SS ju-
nationality was also a nation. In lanta. Florida. diciary can only be accomplished
a war with Komi- the nation was
destroyed. The Jewish nationality
diciary can only be accomplished
f Miss Mildred Carrol J* "f *"'** Bbilit> im'1
'"
destroyed. The Jewish nationality B.ni R'rith Auxiliary was or- Friendg f Miss Mildred Carrol ^ ,,,,,,,;, office M
remained. In our dispersion we Kanlzed Monday nighl al the home will ,. k].u\ to hear that she is ^^ Jndge
. i............ i......I .,.,,1 Intotrral r it.. !,.....,1- Rarar The lollow- i.....i. r,..,,,, ih.. hosnital.
example nearer home.
* ."!.......-- yanu. "........- c- ,.., ... ^.....
al and Integral ,,,- Mrs. pronk Barer. The follow- li;l(.|. ,,.,,, th,. hospital.
.,........ u: .. .......... ..1,,,-t.
have become loyal
parts of many nations. Our na- jng temporary officers "eve i
lert-
p.llts (- many nations, vui i- ,K temporal-} on ice. a <.. ..>-.
settled Eastern Can- o roma.ned Under the at- ed: Pl.esident, Mrs. Sid Bei-nbaum; Tne younK Judea Council con-
" trition of the centuries many Jew, .,,,. tary, Mrs. Lena Goldstein! grat|;/ate8 Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Wemst. in on the birth of a baby
daughter. Mother and baby arc
both well.
, were of French
and also part of
the
were lost. But the core of the na- treasurer,
. prank Barer. The
ome
tion. rhen Britain came remained am, |(,uulH.ll ils Mge nu at ,, ,
possession of all of Canada h|slorii. ,m,mn,s Jack H;i,.;lsl, Monday ight.
French became part of the l.(,nl|mlilv, cu,ture and psy-
wnadian people within the British hMts v delicious six-course dinner was
ealth of nations. The tho coIncldenca of d ,,,, home of Rev. and
french in Canada are of French
a reward for their service. Judgl
Small is a native of Kentucky, com-
ing to Miami in 19111. During his
residence lie has been Identified
with many civic and welfare or-
ganizations and was one of the
founders of the Kiverside Improve-
ment Association. Judge Small
asks that his record as judge be
Mr. and Mrs. Leon I- Hallczer studit.d by the voters and feels
confident that on that record he
will he returned to office.
I Hayes Wood, young Miami busi-
.......... sTwm ,,, smi ,s,r;s s s rSiT^rsr-s sr. s z-jss -=! ss*S stM
a-, be was of French-Canadian '"Uh"s collector of Dade County
nstionality.
The Flemish are part of the Bel-
K'an nation and Germans, Italians
an|l French of the Swiss nation,
all of Palestine, West and Fast (if ,,. hand-crocheted bedspread,
-0rdania, is to be some day, let us donatcd by Mrs. S8m^el.^,prJc^2
say, a dominion of two national-
ities, Jewish and Arab, as Canada
is a dominion of two nationalit.es,
ounding towns.
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----- ~ lilt OWIH nutiun, io a uw".......
erbs, Croatians and Slovenes English and French, within wk
'lf the Jugo-Slav nation and Brit- British Empire.
jLtS' th" m0,St portent?u" ami' Why should that frighten any
jected example, conaist. as a ,.,.,.,,, Canadians fright,
"n of a staggering variety of ,,..,......visl>> \r<
m">nal ties myriads of races and
religj
ion
'''avidian
and languages
the
group), wholly unrein.
^ to the dominant group of Indo-
tUr<>Pean languages. Yet this in-
le Babel i- a nation.
-;,l becau i France exist-7
Ihe Flemish in Belgium or the Af-
rikanders in Africa frightened be-
'toiiand is on the map.' Are
icaii .'ti.vns of Danish or ,,.,,.. wi
Swedish descent troubled by the sonville.
,.,,. of their motherlands.
collector of Dade County. Wood
cites his training received at the
University of Miami as an ac-
countant, his service in the audit-
ing department of Armour & Co.
for more than six years, and his
record of service in every phase
of political, social and communal
work as reason for his election to
the office. He pledges that he
is not connected with any political
Ir'vnerman.whooHViated he outstan -^J,,....... t,.....ffi......tax collector
also i t Jack- J^S^p d in 1912 if he is chosen to this position.
, Which go to the building fund
of a Talmud Torah.
Friendg of Aaron Abisch. fa: her
\ J1": "TCte^'pS money expended under the direc
,,;h regrel that h, ni R ,,.,,. Dadc
awaV T :'V; en' ;o LZ,^ County without single "spot or
rTouS accompanied by Mrs. wrinkle" on the record, over a Pe-


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THE JEWISH EI.ORIDIAX
Friday, June 19
Society
worth noting
We reprint th* foil of item,
appearing in yesterday*! --
Beach. The ceremony was
pert raw I by Rabbi David I. Ros-
- 1 1 of B Jacob yn-
... with only members of the
::i attendance.
The bri l won 1 tea rose satin
Formal installation of newly
sah was held in the cocktail lounge J Mia
of the Everglades Hotel. Periscope, under :,, signature : MM with a blue hat and veil.
.,,!' Murr>'.jGrossman "* in" Howard Hartley, w:- A reception
I.I. CoL Robert Kloeppel. one \ E. Twenty-f ftl St., t'ollow-
:iy.
stalled as president. Approximate-
ly 60 members were seated around
a T-shaped table decorated with
Florida flower*. The theme of the
ceremony was that of a university
commencement and each incoming
Officer was presented with a di-
ploma. Miss Hana Mack was mis-
tress of ceremonies. Miss Sylvia
Rayvis. retiring president, offered
a final report of the past year's
activities. The organization pre-
sented her with a beautiful gift in
appreciation of her services. Mi-s
Ruth Wolkowsky rendered piano
selections. Mrs. William Levine
tave the benediction. Mrs. Joseph
Williamson conferred the installa-
tion degrees in poetry upon the
following officers: Mrs. Murry
Grossman, president; Miss Ida Sa-
fer, first vice-president; Miss Beck
Nash, second vice-president: Miss
Pauline Lasky. third vice-presi-
dent: Miss Belle Tannen. corre-
sponding secretary; Miss Anita Sil-
verman. financial secretary; Miss
Edna Adler. treasurer: Miss Anita
Bernstein, historian; board of di-
rectors. Miss Beady Goldenblank.
Mi-- Ida Engler. Miss Rose Levin.
Miss Vivienne Jacobs, Miss Sylvia
Wilensky. Miss Adaline SoKoloff.
M-- Beady Goldenblank was chair-
man of this affair.
*
Plans for the annual picnic spon-
sored by Beth David Sisterhood
of Jacksonville's hotel baron*. i>
reported as timing accepted an
additional commission as reti-
mental commander of Fred 1'.
("one's forces in Pu\al County.
This decoration. if accepted,
would be in addition to the lieu-
tenant -colonelo Kloeppel now
holds on the staff of Gov. Da\e
Sholtz.
The same l.t. Col. Kloeppel
also has been awarded a cita-
tion by none other than Herr
Adolf Hitler. Germany's reichs-
fuehrer and champion Jew bait-
er, in recognition of his sterling
services to the Nazi dictator.
Evidence of l.t. Col. Kloeppel -
intense interest in the political
fortunes of Banker lone is seen
by his recent role as mein host
to the Duval County Cone-for-
Governor Glub on the roof gar-
den of his Mayflower Hotel. It
is assumed that l.t. Got. Kloep-
pel would not be compelled to
sell at a discount his natty staff
uniform, complete with boots,
spurs and saber, in the e\ent
Banker Gone succeeds in becom-
ing governor.
- Mr. ami
Mrs. I. Ta '-'" Fourth
St.. Miami F.. tied with one
.,: law -:.::<:: at the
sitj f Floi in making
. ourse
: r tl He will receive a
Wills ami
it .-,- in Flor-
He is
a member of Phi Beta Delta social

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Criminal court of that county for
eleven years, having been nomi-
nated in four primaries, three times
without opposition. He belongs to
numerous fraternal and civic or-
ganizations and has been very ac-
tive in general welfare and church
work. He has stated that he is
not a reformer in any sense of the
word and realizes the problems af-
fecting counties having their main
reliance on tourists. He believes
in each county solving its own
problems in that respect. His plat-
form statement. "I do not want to
make a lot of promises to do a lot
of things that cannot be dn ,
;to fool people into vo,L0VU!l
! The one promise I do make,
people can trust me to keen ^
I with them," has b,,n,!uhrmP-
I supporters because it fa y
! statement of fact coming -iff
cerity from a man who is CmJT'
to be honest by bis op^^
has a splendid record and has
sented definite and oonrtn.eS
plans for the government of lh!
state. His many friends urg, h*
elect. ,n to the office as the on,y
means for returning the states,,.
ernment to the people.
returned
Cuba.
Friday from
The Marriage of
were d.SCUMed at the meeting of shaff to Mr. Martin Miles of New- a- iudtf of the J
InTSnitr1' T K ^ X- '- WaS he,d Sunda'v afler" Hillsborou,
noon at Beth David Talmud Torah noon at the gtrath-haven Hotel on one-half .
Hall. The event will be he.d at
Hardie's Casino Sunday. July 19th,
with a committe 5 Mis.
J. Engler in -.harge. Fo.lowing the
business session of the meeting
Mrs. s I Greif was hostess ai 1 so.
cial hour.

Mrs. Gus Ginsburg of Coconut
Grove left for a visit to her daugh-
. Mrs. Clara Goldstein, who gave
birth to a son, Barnett. la-
She will remain in Galox. \'a., for
the summer. Mr. Ginsburg re-
turned to the city from Cia
where he

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, .he
Misses Doris and Florence Cromer
and Maurice Cn mer, who left
M ..: ; r New \
1 n h i. .
I si en i
- "' : St.
1 Mrs.
' family in

Mrs. Harry \V. 1
Mis Beach,
Th< fact that nun who bitterly
I :on in political of-
I by B. F. Paty of West
Palm Beach and Peter Tomasello
of Orlando, both leading contend-
ers in the gubernatorial race in the
first primary, are aiding Judge Ra.
leigh Petteway's candidacy has im-
pressed the citizenry of Florida.
Judge Petteway is a native of
North Carolina. -J-J years old. mar-
Havana, ried. graduated from the Univer-
sity of North Carolina, the Uni-
versity of Fl rida, and attended
Miss Daisy Columbia University. He served
ile court :'
f : five and
Ige of the
L
What Are You Going to Do With
YOUR BONUS?
" here are plenty of people telling you how you can SPEND
it. How about SAVING at least a part of it for the future
and making it earn more for you?
The Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami has
paid 1% on savings since it was chartered; and you are
FULLY PROTECTED AGAIN8T LOSS because
YOUR SAVINGS ARE INSURED UP TO $5,000
by an Agency of the I'. S. Government Call and let us ex-
plain bow you can open an account for any amount you ma,
wish, get /i on your money ami. at the same time, knun
hat your savings are ABSOLUTELY SAFE.
Listen to Our Program. "Rhyme and Reason," on
Station WQAM Monday at 9:00 P. ftf.
J&leml SawnaL
if AND LOAM ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI J
CofltjMl JJltfy?
I09*.[.1AYL
cutoutd noon
1 ~^C
I Against Machine Politics |
I FRED P. CONE |
I Is Your Personal Candidate for 1
| Governor of Florida, His I
Native State =1
FO '
HAVES
HIS PLATFORM
I < hit the budget ;md reduce (axes.
Real money for schoo's. Equalitv with other
Malt Departments, nine months term and livin-
wages tor teachers.
Support of our institutions of higher learning.
Old Age Pensions.
E= $?.< Tags for Automobiles.
= ori?f. materlaK n,,,itl:1 W or and In ina
== for all public work.
j== Appcint all Democratic Nomim .
, :' no elei : d officer un'ess convicte '
r: crime.
OWEN CARR
Candidate for
Constable
2nd District, Dade County, Florida
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
Subject June Democratic Primary
|PW for l.y Friends I
' p -i-e Sales Tax.
Bvsiness Econoirn in a!
' i the State and al
nment with .he leasl ,

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ruesday, June 23.
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INDORSED BY PROMINENT BUSINESS AND
CIVIC LEADERS OP DADE COUNTY
Wt. the undersigned citizens, residents and tax-
payers of Dade County, state of Florida, do hereby
indorse .he candidacy of H. Leslie Quigg as sheriff
ol Dade ( ounty, I la., and represent to the voters of
jade County that it is our belief and opinion that
1 e Muigg will give the citizens of this coun t
stworthy, honest and efficient administration.
1 M '' S (pioneer and former mayor).
' rmermayo. and citj m
' '"' ptysiclan).
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,. June l. 136
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Tampa Notes
The annual luncheon of the La-
L> Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom
Lpi, took place Thursday, June
lh at Kll"'i(lan Hote1, MrS<
iHiimovit* was general chair-
L assisted by Mesdames P. Perl-
,.,'an thwarts.
| The tables were decorated with
,r.h spring towers and fern, the
nintr prayer was given by Rabbi
Idolph Burger, rabbi of Rodoph
[holom Temple, who was seated at
ie officer-' table. The president,
frs .\. R. Berger, gave the ad-
m of welcome and a musical
iogram followed. All officers
|n,| chairmen ..f standing commit-
mre presented with shoulder
jpages. and reports of all com-
Uttees and officers were read by
L president.
JlnsUllation of new officers
Li took place, by the retiring
Lficors, Mrs. A. R. Berger, who
Led as chaplain; Mrs. Ben Hai-
lovitz, as marshal, nad Mrs. J.
1'ittner as assistant marshal.
JThe new officers are Mrs. I.
liebman, president; Mrs. L. Segall,
vice-president; Mrs. A. M.
lolfson, second vice-president;
In \. L. Marcus, corresponding
ieretary; Mrs. P. Gotler, record-
' secretary; Mrs. Maurice Stein,
asurei. Mrs. Henry Brash, who
ired from office as treasurer
Jfter ten years of service, was
lected an honorary member of the
(card and parliamentarian. Mrs.
. Winner also retired after serv-
K six years as corresponding sec-
tary.
Mr. David Stein, president of the
Dgregation, Mrs. Stein and Rabbi
lurger were guests of honor at
he luncheon,
I Mrs. A. R. Berger, retiring pres-
nent, was presented with a fitted
lu-miirht bag. Mrs. Henry Brash
fas presented with a fountain pen
kith her name engraved on it and
I. Winner was presented
lith an umbrella in appreciation
If their loyalty and service.
Page Five
STATEWIDE
ebrated their thirteenth wedding f0l--. Ml xt
anniversary Thursday evening at JatKSOnVllIe JNCWS
a dinner party given them by Mrs. ---------.
Winner's brother, Mr. Ed Gold- ,,|a"s haw been completed for
man of St. Petersburg, at the ln<' dance .sponsored by the Senioi
Strath-haven Hotel in Miami. Hadassah Chapter Wednesday eve-
---------- ning, June 24th. at the Jackson-
Mr. Adolph N. Goldstein, 61, re- villv Beach Pier.
tired Tampa merchant, who served Mrs. Perry Kantor is chairman,
two terms as city alderman, died assisted by Mrs. Sam Wltten, co-
at his home Wednesday evening, chairman, and Mrs. Ike Witten,
June 10th, after an illness of Bev- ticket chairman.
eral months. A program of dancing ha- hem
Mr. Goldstein was elected to the arranged for the evening. A spe-
city board first under the admin- lial feature will be the shewing of
isttation of Mayor Gordon. lie :' movie from 8 to lu o'clock, after
was elected again in December, which dancing will be enjoyed until
1927, from the fifth district on the a late houl-
first board under the present Refreshments will be served dur-
charter. 'ng the evening, and Mrs. I). II.
Born in Buzeu, Roumania, Mr. Lasarow in charge of the food.
Goldstein came to Tampa in 1101 ----------
and established a dry goods store T,u' annual picnic of the Jewish
here. He was in business for 20 Progressive Society of Jacksonville
years. Mr. Goldstein was a char- wi" tak<' P'Bce Sunday, June 21st,
ter member of the Rodoph Sholom beginning at 10 o'clock in the morn-
synagogue and treasurer for 2.') '"a*! aml lasting until late in the
years. He was active in civic and evening at Rubins' Camp on San
fraternal work, including a num- ,"st' Koatl- Chairman M. Mirkis
bar of Jewish organizations. He an(l his committee are in charge,
was a Mason, a member of the Athletic events will include box-
Shrine and Scottish Rite. '"*-' and wrestling exhibits; music
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Sa- al"' fa,KV dancing will entertain
bina Goldstein, and two daughters, the guests.
.Misses Betty and Ethel Goldstein. Members, families and friends
He leaves three brothers, Joseph im' invited to attend and a splen-
and Mendel Goldstein of Buzeu, Solomon Goldstein of Bucharest.
State College for Women. She is
a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Mr. Neiman is a charter member
of the Jesters Club here, a prom-
inent jeweler of Charlotte, N. C,
and is affiliated with all the major
j local organizations. He is a grad-
uate of the schools of Charlotte.
brother, Ernest Neiman of Raleigh,
\. c.
A formal dinner for the family
was held in the Calling Hotel, fol-
lowing the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Neiman left for
their wedding trip to New York
City, where on dune 20th they will
sail on the SS. Monarch of Ber-
muda for a trip to Bermuda. After
July 1 they will he at home in
Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs, Neiman is a graduate of
the Ida M. Fisher school of Miami
Beach, I'la.. and of the Florida
Knumania. and three sisters, Mrs.
Mr. ami Mrs. V. E. Jacobs are
Rosalie Tennehaus of Buzeu ami '" New Yo,k (it-v fl" several day.-.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Milchman an-
trance the engagement of their
laughter. Miss Rosalie Guterman,
I Mr. Isadore Torch of Macon,
Da., the marriage to take place
|ome tin e in July.
Miss Milchman is a native of
Jampa and is a graduate of Hills-
Bgh high school. Mr. Torch
and reared in Macon,
Were hi attended high school and
later atti nded Emory University
F Atlanta. He is connected in
f the Riverside Ice anil
'al Co.
tfrs. A. S. Finman left
New York City, Bos-
Connecticut, where they
tests of friends and
F ex] ect to be gone
f
.w..-. (Marie IllOVici and Mrs. Anna
Goldman of Paris, France.
Funeral services were held at
the B. Marion Reed funeral home
by Rabbi Adolph Burger. Inter-
ment was in Rodoph Sholom cem-
etery, where the Masons conduct-
ed the services at the grave.
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
The schedule of activities for
the coming week is as follows:
Sunday eveningFirst amateur
night of the season.
MondayMeeting of co-eds.
Tuesday- 3:30 p. m.. class in
ballet and tap dancing; 4 p. m.,
meeting of the Girl Scouts; 7:.'!tl
p. in., meeting of the Boy Scouts;
X p. m., meeting of the Merryfel-
lows.
Wednesday Girls' and women's
night in the gym. also use bowl-
ing alleys, pool and ping pong ta-
bles.
Thursdaj Class in chess.
On June 16th they were present
at the wedding of their daughter,
Miss Hazel Elizabeth Jacobs, to
Isaac May Sulzbacher in Goshen,
Mass.
ELECT
D. C. Coleman
Your
SHERIFF
On June 23rd
He will continue to serve you
faithfully without fear or
favor!
11', i.l Politic*! Advi rtirement by
FrR-nil.- i
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The first install i .' of
"Invisible Glass" in the
South has been made in
B IJ R D I N E S
"Palm Beach Shop"
Display Window-
On First Street side, next
to Miami Avenue.
As usual, in keeping
with the trend in modern
store front and display-
window designsthis in-
stallation is being made by
BINSWANGER & CO.
1212 N. E. Second Ave.
S. H. ROSENDORF, Mgr.
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Miss Judith Biinkrant, daugh
lei of Mrs. Hetty Wiesen Birn-
krant, became the bride of Maurice
li. Neiman of Charlotte. N. ('.. last
Sunday afternoon in Temple Aha-
vath Chesed, with Dr. Israel L
Kaplan, rabbi of the temple, offi-
ciating.
'I he Pride was given in mat i a
by her brother, Samuel II. Birn-
grant of Ann Arbor, Mich., and .-he
was attended by her aunt. Mrs.
];. I.,-- I .man. as matron oi
honor.
Mr. Neiman's best man was his
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want to be sure that the cir-
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tect the health of your child, b!
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Fridaj p. m., i lass in ballet
tap dancing; p. m.
aciviti pie and synago ie
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Mr. and Mrs. M.
n, Adrian,
I ld| and Mrs.
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Pi arl of Augusta.
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
PrWy, June 19


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TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN
Rabbi
nj! man, an In Metro-
G wyi Mayer1* "Riffraff Sun-
..I Tui day at the
i r
in which she
and W:d-
.. Miss
Rahbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Ten:- I I ..- -'<. -
pie Israel will attend the Confer- made at th
ei m Human Relations, Junt SO Mil
-'' :.: Biue Ridpe. N. C. as the ttl Fl arer, C ral Ga -
representative of the Miami Round when '..
Table of the National C
of Jew* and Christiai presided. B
The meeting, under the auspices
rial conference, is ex- G ''
bring together leading
clerical and lay representatives of ..- -
the lie and Jew-
- :" >r a study of problems --------
: with interfaith relation- Ral ai I Mm
ps. Nationally known speakers eft yesterday on :'
will include Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
Di S. Parkes Cadman, Dr. Ev- ei
i R. Clinchy, direct ii f \.,- Ridge, N. C.
of Jews and --------
Christiana! Dr. Frank Kingdon, Services wil
nt of the L' \ t Sew. night ii Kai
ark; Dr. R ibert McElroy, president
i University: Bishop R -
E- G f Charles) S. C, and --------
Frank Porter Graham, president V
": r' -': )f N rt! Cai iiring the sumi i
ths and will be n just
nt of Dr. Kaplan's I High rl j Da) -
atthe
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Wit! T icy as
ELECT
N. P. LOWREY
Your
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 3
And Give Dade County a
Progressive, Businesslike
Administration
ilitician, but technically
i ir the Job

I he Jewish Floridlan does not
hesitate to urge upon its many
readers in Dade County the elec-
tion of George E. Holt to the leg-
islature from Dade County in group
1. It is about time that in send-
ing a man to the legislature the
mere fact that he desires an of-
fice he disregarded and that merit
soon fathom trickery and fearless-
ly expose legislative proposals on
their surface apparently harmless,
hut within themselves carrying po-
tent ia I destructive forces for good
government. With all due respect
and abllit) alone be the sole fac-
tors governing the selection. Those
of us who have studied problems
of government, particularly those
problem* of taxation and the pe-
culiar needs of Dade (',,,
ize full well that if JJj j
ceive any consideration i( *
the legislature we must ha '" "
there who will be able to eon, **
the machinations of nil,-^ **
men Wh" b> 'heir edueati
and training... who by t^J
esty and sincerity f purpOTe "3
to Mr. Rolt'l opponent *e J
for a moment concede thai |
training would permit him i ,.
alyze such trick legtalrtW. p*
penis. (Jeorge Holt's i
raining i:c
ability peculiarly Hi him f u, I
legislature. Entlrelj UMoBeiW
The Jewish Floridian urees allt,
vote and support George Holt for
the legislature in group 1 for Did, |
County.
us opportunity
... The
Frances Marion and
J, Walter R
- time Miss H
vital
tars -' -
I lea. Their
a ma
M-G-M manship.
VOTB FOR
R.W. "Bob" RALSTON
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT No. S
Precincts 12 to .">(). Inclusive
Paid Pi l.i.f I ad i .....
Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. June 21-22-23
Jean HarlowSpencer Tracj
I in Merkel
RIFF-RAFF
"AVENUE
Sun.-Mon., June 21-22
Claudette Colberl
Mclvyn DouglaMichael Bartlett
SHE MARRIED HER BOSS
TributeA Terrible Word!
We rel>el at the ver> suggestion of tribute. Yet Dade Count}
paid more than s.l.imu nun in tribute, not taxes, to North Florida
last year. Why? liecause are were out-maneuvered politically h>
North Florida. We can stop it. We will stop it. if you \iite fur
ERNEST R. GRAHAM
STATE SENATOR
i Paid for by 1
YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN
His One ind
Onh Promise
"I shall never make a lot of
promisea to d a lot of things
that cannot be done ju-t to fool
the people into voting for me.
"Th ONE promise that I do
make i- that the people can
trut me to keep faith with
them."
ALL THE WAY WITH
PETTEWAY!
PETTEWAY
Advocates, Among:
Other Things:
Florida Education Associatiea
Association School Program...
Old Age Pensions Repeal of
Slot Machine Law Aboli-
tion "Two-Job" Practice .
Honesty and Economy in Got"
err.ment Tax Reduction
Real Homestead Exemption and
Encouragement to Tourists,
ALL THE WAV WITH
PETTEWAY!
YOUR VOTE FOR
PETTEWAY
for GOVERNOR
IS A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT FOR \l I FIORIDA
P..I n :"Ta.nra,!,wiy? aWHty-a man who believes that
a Public Office is a Public Trust.
Your Support and Vote Will Be Greatly Appreciated
All the Way With PETTEWAY
riJ i


Friday
. June 10, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Political Briefs
In the closing days of the cam-
paign, Leslie Quigg, former chief
of police of Miami and candidate
for election as sheriff of Dade
Y. M. H. A. Notes
<< ontinued from Page 2)
I County is appealing to the voters a beautiful pitchers' battle IIv
The following statement was is- of the county t0 disrt.Kard a cheap s.u.hs struck out u ^
sued from (<>ne headquarters this political talk and trickery and to two hjtg Doub]eg fay ^^^
week: weigh the records of both aspir- and Golden scored the lone V M
With only a very few working ants to th(, offict, ..Those that H. a run
,vs left before the second pri-' know mt, and have stU(lie(i
Xt Tuesday the Fred P.; ord
Page Seven
neer of -Miami, will be the gues
speaker at the Y. M. H. A. meet-
ing Wednesday, June 24th. His
topic will deal with the history of
Judaism in Miami. Refreshments
will be served. All members and
friends are cordially invited gratus
and gratuis.
,,,, p !.........." **'"* "a": B1"ureu rec" In ""'il' 8D>e with Miami Beach
miry next Tuesday the I red l. ord in offiee nMn that Les,k, jayceeg tm. Y emerged tW yic
Coe for governor workers are Qigg cluring his tenure of publji. t()|. by a 7 to 4 score. This also
iwinging into an intensive cam- office served the entire community gave Hy Sacks his first victory this
paign t" present their candidates without fear or favor and at all season on the mound after losing
qnglifications to Dade County tjmes disregarded questions of race twelve 1-hit games.
voters. |"nd creed. The incontrovertible Get the habit and attend future
Buying
is Cheaper than
Waiting!
Ask About the New
..The workers are going forth 'fatl remainsc that when I organ- "Y" games at Flamingo Park.
lth the conviction that the gov- I **** the police force in the trying ----------
nnrshin campaign issue has re- "a>* "' the boom, men were a;,- How woodyuall like to go on a ^1 \ ) *T* E
T I -elf into a choice between P^ted because of their qualifica- boat ride? That's all 1 .anted to M K|| E
successful business manitions and not because of their know. There's no doubt in my VZ? 7!~ T-, .
^n'whose experience is lim- \ faiths- 1 had '*, Catholics and mind that thos CfolOatb>t, Cltylltjesialion
and a man
ited to jurisprudence. They main
_. I Protestants alike serving as peace tended the last boat ride the "Y"
d'at Tal- officer" of the city. When Infrac- na(l will be the first to buy ticket!
! I ;.'. [, a man of financial and l'"s were brought to my attention for this occasion. Prices range
umen and have adopted the guilty men soon received their from 76c per person to six bits
,he slogan that Cone is the right 1'unishment. 1 can refer to pio- each. For your money you will be
business ae
slogan
nan at the right time
neer citizens like Isidor Cohen, out- rewarded with a 4-hour pleasure
standing Jew, citizen and author, Jaunt on Biscayne Bay with danc-
They point to his distinguished wno will be happy to verify that >n8 three hours and fifty minutes
business career, which led to his i have always been free from prej- of the ride. Only the first fifty
choice to become head of the Lake udjce 0f any kind. If elected sher- couples will be accepted, so get i
City bank, the only one in the sec- iff 0f Dade County, as I hope to .vour tickets early. The date is
tion that withstood the storm of be next Tuesday, I will be the sher- Sunday, June 28th, at 8:110 p. m.
bank crashes that rocked a great jff of an the citizens of Dade Coun- untl'?
deal of the state to its founda- ty and not that of a favored few,"
tions. They point also to the fact said Mr. QuiRK in a statement is- Mr- ls,do1 Cobm> we" k""w" iiu-
that when as an emergency meas- sued to a representative of The -!d PUB "*>* leunmmoj Uo\\i
ure President Roosevelt closed all Jewish Floridian. Friends of Mr.
banks, (one as an individual tided Quigg urge that his election will '
over all of the needy of his com- bring about an era of law enforce-
munity during the period of the ment that will do away with much
emergency. He boasts a record 0{ ine unrest.and law infractions'
of never having foreclosed a mort- tnat are prevalent in the county-
gage. I today.
There Are Many Reasons
Why
'COME IN AND SEE
THE 1936 NORGE"
Owen Carr is a candidate for
"While Cone pursued his suc-
cessful personal course he also
stepped into public life on several
occasions, giving him a first hand the offiee of constable in district
grasp of the problems of office 2. He has been a resident of Miami
holding. He was mayor of Lake t"'" 27 years and active in local
City for three terms and served affairs during that time. If elect-
eight years in the Florida state ed as constable he promises an im.
ure. He was president of Partial administration of the ot-
enate in 1911. During his >ice and the removal of all law-
service in the legislature he was less elements from the district, so
nized for his advocacy of pro- that residents may live there with-
e legislation, notable among out fear of crime. His many friends
his achievements being the first point to his splendid reputation in
abolish child labor. He put private and business life as the
through a bill pertaining to this reason for his election to office.
1907, and in 1019 created _______________
ffice of child labor inspect r,
which has been maintained since
time.
ft is doubly wasteful now
to go on using obsolete re-
frigeration. Witt the new
Norge 6% Finance Plan you
can buy a Norge on terms
arranged to suit your own re-
quirements as to down pay-
ment, monthly payments and
length of time. Come in to-
day for the complete details.
Norge Company
Of Miami
212 E. Flagler St.
Phone 2-3835
Washers and Ironers, Air Condi-
tioning, Circulator Room Heaters
Domestic and Commercial Refrig-
eration, Cas and Electric Ranges.
J. L. GRIER
Deserves Your Support
for
Supervisor of
Registration
PALM BEACH COUNTY
He Has Proven Himself
CAPABLE RELIABLE
EFFICIENT
I want to thank my many
friends for their previous
support and will appreciate
their continued efforts on
June 23rd.
i l'aid Political Advertisement)
Palm Beach County
"His personal background is,
Cracker' to the core. The Cone j L Grier, county supervisor of
dates back to pre-Revolu- \ registrationi is a candidate for re-
tionary times in North Carolina, eiectjon_
Whenci it migrated to Georgia and A native of Soutn Carolina, Mr.
then to Florida. He is a lifelong Grier has Hved in West Paim
1 his brother is a Bap- Beach since 1901 He was city
list minister." derk assessor ad treasurer of
---------- West Palm Beach from 11*04 to
t Graham, candidate for 108, and after formation of Palm
tor, who led the race for Beach County in 1909 he was ap-
the office in the first primary, has Pointed the first supervisor ol
continued his efforts to acquaint istration, serving until the election
the people of Dade County with in 1910.
conditions affecting their future.
Mr. Graham pledges that he will
Mr. Grier also was assistant in
the tax assessor's office during the
pve h;s untiring efforts in the fjrst two years of the Dew county.
to convince the legislators j Jn l;i24 he was e|ected supervis-
"f the fact that Dade County must or of reKjstration, and he has been
wt a square deal if the state 'S
to prosper. His evident study and
knowledge of conditions, the fact
that he is a large taxpayer him-
self has brought him to the fore
'" the race. His friends urge that
Dade County needs Graham as
state senator.
in charge of the county's voting
books since that time. He is ask-
ing for re-election on his record in
office and fitness for the position.
B Never before have we been able
to offer you such amazing values.
Norgeproved by every test,ap-
proved by every owner, is nowim-
proved in every part. New beauty,
new conveniences, new features,
even higher efficiency of operation
make the 19 36 Norge the out-
standing Rollator Refrigerator of
all time. Come in. Ask us about
the sensationally easy terms.
W. F. BROWN
Candidate for
JUDGE OF THE CIVIL COURT
OF RECORD
THANKS each one for the splendid vote
of confidence given him in the recent
primary, and will again appreciate your
vote and support on June 23.
(PaM Polities) Advrtlnnt)
ASK FOR DETAILS ABOUT
THE NORGE
10 YEAR WARRANTY
ON ROLLATOR COMPRESSION
UNIT__________
BCO. U. TAT. Oil. y
Norge Company
Of Miami
210 E. FLAGLER ST.
Phone 2-3835
THE BUSINESS MAN CANDIDATE
FRED P. CONE
FOR GOVERNOR
"Lower the Budget to Balance Taxes Instead of
Raising Taxes to Balance the Budget"
Progressive Then
Progressive Now
As senator in 1907 Cone put through Florida's
first child labor legislation
OPPOSED TO SLOT MACHINES
The Right Man at the Right Time
(This Political Advertisement Paid by Friends)


Page Eight
THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN
Political Briefs
Asking the voters for re-elec-
tion as sheriff of Pmie County. D.
C. Colenuui points to his record, the
calibre of the deputies he has sur-
rounded himself with, and the sane
enforcement of the law as required
by the tourist needs of Dade i oun-
ty. Coleman has served the city
I Miami in several positions with
distinction to himself and the city,
and for the past three years has
established a record of efficiency
in the office of sheriff, to which
h< asks to be returned.
N". P. Lowrey, with a rec
efficiency and honest administra-
n :i< assistant building inspec-
tor and later building inspector of
the city of Miami, is now asking
the voters to elect him to the of-
fice of count; commissioner in dis-
trict ;:. He urges that it is all im-
portant to the voters, taxpayers
and residents of the county to have
a man in office who is an engi-
neer and who has had experience
in technical matters, so that he
may save the taxpayers thousands
of dollars, which would otherwise
have to be paid to experts. His
friends urge his election because
the county needs Lowrey and his
engineering experience and ability.
Cecil Turner, now chairman of
Henry H. Filer
Candidate for
STATE SENATOR
2."i Yean of I nst.nsh and
Successful Public Service
in Dade County
In the Interest of Good
Goi t rnment
RE-ELECT
i'Ai
Cecil A. Turner
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
District :'i id < .mnty
I cur \ote i'l nrme a factor
II r COIint J n! w hich
conserves your resources, pro-
tect- >our interests and in\eM-
men;- and reflecting, ruro the
ment.
1<>l R > OTE \NI>
INF: \ITKK. \ I E i
I HANK YOU"
the Dide County Commission, is
asking for re-election to the office
of county commissioner, which he
now holds. In his campaign he
- Met the fact he is makinf no
promises I I e] 'v
continue to h'.w w. the offici
re-electe I, ir, th m
.I- way is M I l I
in :':< ist leveral years he has
been Mr. Tu
former justice of th< peace, in
which he esta:
efficiency in w r\.. a, .'
the voters of th< elected
him to th< fl
and his years of effort in behalf
ot the communal and welfare work
of Dade County. Judge Brown
served with distinction as judge
of the Court of Crimes following a
, as a mi m er of the Hade
> executive committee. He
churchman and
roue civic and
-
illegal registration is made by the
incumbent every year, just on the
eve of election without any prose-
cution ever being made.
Judirt William F. Brown,
merly of the Court
asking the -. ten of Dade C
to elect h Civil
Court of Record becauM f hit
ability, his service to the
\v. K. Van Loon is a candidate
for th< -'>' of rg-
County. He has
tion in the sher-
:':'..i of i'avi. C untj and re-
. -; ector of motor
gn Mr. Van
ihortcom-
ngs fi ".he present in-
in the
Mr. Van
against
"Bob" Ralston, one of the pio-
neer builders in .Miami, and now
city councilman of Miami Beach,
is asking the voters of Hade Coun-
ty to elect him to the office of
county commissioner from district
:i. He points to the fact that he
To the People of
has pioneered in this are,
helped to build it. His recor,and
the communal and husine \u ""
Dade County has phued him ,{
forefront of the CoT^Jj
h.s work ,n the city 0'""
Miami Beach has shown his *!
era. constructive ability. Hi^l
friends urge that construct^ J
stantial business men like R,|J
are needed to properly administer
the county's affairs.
ELECT
W. E. VAX LOON
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
FOR DADE COUNTY
(Pa Kd)
DADE COUNTY
Please accept my sincere thanks for the confidence
shown and support received by me at the polls. For
this support and confidence I am most grateful and
appreciate your continued support and vote.
JUDGE A. B. SMALL
Candidate for Nomination to Succeed
Himself as
JUDGE OF THE
CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
t Paid for \,y h Friend*
and of course,
ouu have
-;;";,

Naturally, you want the last word-not as a
natter of pr:deit's the convenience, the efficiency,
the jctu.il cash saving that really matters. So. of course
you wlcct the modern, all-clcaric kitchen as die "last
we rJ" in home equipment.
Beauty, o( course! Blended color?, with spic and shi.-vne surfaces .. with everything neatly arr'anccd
iced You're proud of such a kitchen
hen the ne.i ;K r> drop in It's the last word in st\le
-
1 modem homeratker h also ftudgeteer. She
pennies and counta the cost. The elec-
tric refrigerator saves food. .. the electric range is fast,
automatic, safe and cool... the modern electric water
heater controls and constrv a licit... and think of the
drudgery you save with the electric dishwasher.
*.\ll-clectnc" is the last word in economy.
EvcrvbodCs getting an electric kitchen these days...
in new homes and old. Start with the refrigerator,
then, step-by-stcp, acquire the range, water heater and
d, in payments each month.
GO MODERN, ,/,-./,,/A_ENJOY having the
List Word in happy living)
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Page Two THE JEWISH FI.ORiniAN The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation is sponsoring one of its regular card parties Sunday evening, June 21st, at 8 o'clock in the home Mrs. William Clein, 1860 S. W. Fourth st. Proceeds will be used for the Talmud Torah fund of the congregation. Mrs. Clein will be hostess fur the evening. Prizes will be awarded for high scores and refreshments will be served. • Mr. Ben Silver loft Sunday five-week auto trip to visit relatives and friends in Providence, Boston and New York. He was accompanied on his trip by his sister, Mrs. Jack August, and her son. Arthur. Z li,la >-' June r e| SOCIETY P Philip Nathan Adelman. president of the Mis congregation. Res] inses wore Mr. and made by the recipients. Plans for Bundaj f ( anada, where she will were discuss I and detials a month. i Segall, daughter of Merry-Go-Round Club, EightySegall, left tl dance and get-together at the sixth st. and Bisa picnic will be announced soon. All are urged to attend the benefit dai-.ce of the athletic committee of the Young Men's Hebrew Association Sunday evening. June 21st, at the Merry-Go-Round, on Biscayne blvd. • • He ause of the inclement weather the picnic of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, scheduled for Bouche's Villa Venice, was held a: Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel last Sunday. Several hund 1 .v Id %  were 11 for th< % %  % %  Dinner was served until a late hour of the evening. In charge of arrangements was a committee hcidcd by Mrs. R. R. Adler. • Representing Greater Miami at the session of the American Jewish Congress in Washington last After her visit Miss Segall will join the Provincetown Players, a New York stock company, and will appear in plays for two months. Mr. and Mrs. lien.i. l.e VilH and daughter of Coral Cables left for Chicago, 111., where they will spend five weeks visiting relatives and friei Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fishman of Mt. Vernon, N. Y.. announce the birth of a daughter, Sara Janet. Mr. Fishman is a brother of Mrs. Jack Hirsch of Miami. • Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rippa returned to the city after spending some time in Hot Springs, Ark. • Mrs. John Wolf, formerly of Miami, returned to her home In Washington, D. C, after having spent some time here with her daughter. Mrs. Jasper Cromer. • • • Mrs. B. Kandel left for Wash>n. D. C. to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. John Wolf, and other members of her family. • • • An important meeting of the en. tiie membership of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will be M nda] jelling, June 22nd. at the matacted on. A: the ias: meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Jewsh i i; th i :•. < .rifts wen anization Irs lack H h. Mrs. Moe Pal. .. Mrs. Louis Kotkin and Mrs. Ida Buckstein in gnition of their work during the past year. Tin • was made by Mr. ed h first semi -ter. Upon completing her work with Sunday were Rabbi Max" Shapiro xhc tock company, Miss Segall will and Mr. Harry I. Lipton. • • • Junior division of the Young Men's Hebrew Association entertained with a dance Monday honoring Jewish graduating seniors. Many Schwartz and Miss Sarah I.ehrman won prizes. Miss Nellie Shaff and Miss Evelyn Marks were in charge of arrangements. The entertainers included Miss Rubensl n, Miss G< raldine Adams, Miss Sara Martha Adams. Miss Dorothy Harris, Mis. Barney Kraft. Phi! Weintraub, Maurice Foder. Dave and Milton I Miss Anna I %  %  iman. • • Elliot: Blumenthal, wh list a: the Univi f Gl : :... 'A ... : > he has COl return to Miami to resume her studiowith Mrs. William V. Little. Miss Segall has been a student of the drama, specializing in Shakespearean characters for the past several years, and has appeared on many Miami programs. Mr. and Mis. .lack Apte anil family loft Wednesday for an extensive automobile trip en route to Brooklyn, where they will reside for the next two months. MIA MI Y. M. H. A. NOTES Bj II \Kin SCHWARTZ On Sunday evening, .lime 21st, i "Y" diamondball team will hold HONEST: FEARLESS: JTST: RALEIGH PETTEWAY Candidate for Governor NO TRICK PROMISES TO SECURE VOTES AX UNBLEMISHED RECORD Refuses to Accept His Salary While Campaigning YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN Your Vote for PETTEWAY FOR GOVERNOR IS A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT FOR AI I FLORIDA Florida needs a man like Petteway—a man with vision—a man with conviction—a man with ability —a man who believes that a Public Office is a Public Trust. It's All the Way With PETTEWAY • Paid for by a Krwruli You Will Rejoice When You ELECT WILLIAM D. JOYCE GREYHOUND LINES FOR ( ORBECT BUS INFORMATION >U r 1Q10 ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM III. D-lolZ GREYHOUND TERMINAL AT MIAMI BEACH Washington Ave & Fifth St. YOUR DADE COUNTY PURCHASING AGENT caync blvd. Tickets are 50c each and may be purchased from Mr. Max Goldstein, i apt. Davis Lackawitz or any member of the team. It is necessary that you purchase your tickets from one of the "Y" boys in order for the "Y" to receive any financial benefit. All proceeds will go towards athletic fund of the "Y." Albert Pallot will officiate in the capacity of M. C, assisted by a number of talented artists from surrounding night clubs. The 2lst being Dad's Day and also two days previous to the second primary, indications point to a merry crowd attending. Make your reservations by calling Nat Blumberg. Ril Wail Movement Much favorable comment.,, ce.ved from the largely that attended Tuesday'/? meeting. Among the .' guests and speakers W er. Rosenbloom and i{ abbi each stressing the i mpor ^ a \ to serve the Je Wish lace by its offering of a m versified program of ^ cial and physical education tending organizations and representatives were: ChesM i Ernes Mrs. I. Cohen; J Unior dassah, Miss Hana MackEasi Star, Mrs. William Fried,' B'nai B'rith, Mr. William Fi man, and the Y. M. II. A W a5| resented by President A] R, feld. If some of the words were put into action meeting of of the 12 th. a montk % %  < tive Jewish '"'ganiatioi would undoubtedly prove in able for the future of Judaism Greater Miami. Hows about J action? Y. W. H. A. Makes Progressive DIAMONDBALL NEWS Al Reisman's wild throw tot plate allowed WIOD to put act two runs in the last inning tod feat the "Y" by a 2 to 1 scorti (Continued on 1'age 7) I Bunding AQUI SB HABLA ESPAN01 jl • 1 1 Genuine Hand-Tuffed BEDSPREADS 498 The new designs and the beautiful colors of these candlewick spreads will enchant you. And they launder! Other Candlewicks 1.98 to 10.98 SECOND FL001 (raid f..r l.y frltndi)



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I Page Four THE JEWISH EI.ORIDIAX Friday, June 19 Society WORTH NOTING We reprint th* foil of item, appearing in yesterday*! -Beach. The ceremony was pert raw I by Rabbi David I. Ros1 1 of B % % %  Jacob yn... with only members of the ::i attendance. The bri l won 1 tea rose satin Formal installation of newly '. j Grossman "* in Howard Hartley, w:A reception I.I. CoL Robert Kloeppel. one reported as timing accepted an additional commission as retimental commander of Fred 1'. ("one's forces in Pu\al County. This decoration. if accepted, would be in addition to the lieutenant -colonelo Kloeppel now holds on the staff of Gov. Da\e Sholtz. The same l.t. Col. Kloeppel also has been awarded a citation by none other than Herr Adolf Hitler. Germany's reichsfuehrer and champion Jew baiter, in recognition of his sterling services to the Nazi dictator. Evidence of l.t. Col. Kloeppel intense interest in the political fortunes of Banker lone is seen by his recent role as mein host to the Duval County Cone-forGovernor Glub on the roof garden of his Mayflower Hotel. It is assumed that l.t. Got. Kloeppel would not be compelled to sell at a discount his natty staff uniform, complete with boots, spurs and saber, in the e\ent Banker Gone succeeds in becoming governor. •' Mr. ami Mrs. I. Ta '-'" Fourth St.. Miami F.. tied with one .,: law -:.::<•:: at the sitj f Floi in making ourse : r tl He will receive a Wills ami it %  .-,•in FlorHe is a member of Phi Beta Delta social %  • %  Political Briefs Criminal court of that county for eleven years, having been nominated in four primaries, three times without opposition. He belongs to numerous fraternal and civic organizations and has been very active in general welfare and church work. He has stated that he is not a reformer in any sense of the word and realizes the problems affecting counties having their main reliance on tourists. He believes in each county solving its own problems in that respect. His platform statement. "I do not want to make a lot of promises to do a lot of things that cannot be d n „ ;to fool people into vo,L 0 V U!l The one promise I do make,£ people can trust me to keen ^ I with them," has b,,n, !uh r m P I supporters because it fa y statement of fact coming -iff cerity from a man who is C mJT' to be honest by bis op^^ has a splendid record and has sented definite and oonrtn.eS plans for the government of lh state. His many friends urg, h elect. ,n to the office as the on y means for returning the states,,. ernment to the people. returned Cuba. Friday from The Marriage of were d.SCUMed at the meeting of shaff to Mr. Martin Miles of Newaiudtf of the J InTSnitr 1 T K ^ X 'WaS he,d Sunda v afler Hillsborou, noon at Beth David Talmud Torah noon at the gtrath-haven Hotel on one-half Hall. The event will be he.d at Hardie's Casino Sunday. July 19th, with a committe 5 Mis. J. Engler in -.harge. Fo.lowing the business session of the meeting Mrs. s I Greif was hostess ai 1 so. cial hour. Mrs. Gus Ginsburg of Coconut Grove left for a visit to her daugh. Mrs. Clara Goldstein, who gave birth to a son, Barnett. laShe will remain in Galox. \'a., for the summer. Mr. Ginsburg returned to the city from Cia where he • • • Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cromer, .he Misses Doris and Florence Cromer and Maurice Cn mer, who left M .. %  : ; r New \ 1 % % % % %  n H .• i. I si en i %  "' • %  : St. • 1 Mrs. %  family in %  Mrs. Harry \V. 1 Mis Beach, Th< fact that nun who bitterly I :on in political ofI by B. F. Paty of West Palm Beach and Peter Tomasello of Orlando, both leading contenders in the gubernatorial race in the first primary, are aiding Judge Ra. leigh Petteway's candidacy has impressed the citizenry of Florida. Judge Petteway is a native of North Carolina. -J-J years old. marHavana, ried. graduated from the University of North Carolina, the University of Fl rida, and attended Miss Daisy Columbia University. He served ile court :' f : five and %  Ige of the L What Are You Going to Do With YOUR BONUS? here are plenty of people telling you how you can SPEND it. How about SAVING at least a part of it for the future and making it earn more for you? The Federal Savings and Loan Association of Miami has paid 1% on savings since it was chartered; and you are FULLY PROTECTED AGAIN8T LOSS because YOUR SAVINGS ARE INSURED UP TO $5,000 by an Agency of the I'. S. Government Call and let us explain bow you can open an account for any amount you ma wish, get /i on your money ami. at the same time, knun • hat your savings are ABSOLUTELY SAFE. Listen to Our Program. "Rhyme and Reason," on Station WQAM Monday at 9:00 P. ftf. J&leml SawnaL if AND LOAM ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI J CofltjMl JJltfy? I09*.[.1AYL cutout D noon 1 ~^C I Against Machine Politics | I FRED P. CONE | I Is Your Personal Candidate for 1 | Governor of Florida, His I Native State =1 FO HAVES HIS PLATFORM I < HIT the budget ;md reduce (axes. Real money for schoo's. Equalitv with other Malt Departments, nine months term and livinwages tor teachers. Support of our institutions of higher learning. Old Age Pensions. E= $?.< Tags for Automobiles. = ,• o ri ?f. materlaK n,,,itl:1 W or and In ina == for all public work. j== Appcint all Democratic Nomim : no elei :• d officer un'ess convicte r: crime. OWEN CARR Candidate for Constable 2nd District, Dade County, Florida Your Vote and Support Appreciated Subject June Democratic Primary |PW for l.y Friends I %  p -i-e Sales Tax. Bvsiness Econoirn in a! % %  • i the State and al nment with .he leasl WO FOR Fax Collector DAE STY ir suppo | fh e s ur Vote ind Influence X = 'W ..^ %  '., 1, • and m -i). w chan %  > %  l %  i %  •. i ,.. %  ,2 yea, % 



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wJewislh Mondial in C M8/A "" G TTIhe JhBwislh (Uinn1ty 9—No. 25 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1936 Pries Five Cen The World's Window "On Nationalism Once More" B) LUDWIG LBWISOHN This column is copyrighted by JK Se\en Arts Feature Syndi*tt. Reproduction in whole or parl itrktly forbidden. Any frinucnunl on this copyright till he prosecuted. FACING THE TRUE FACTS |N'ow in one city and now in aniher gentlemen say to me with a |ok of self-conscious and defence cleverness: "I'm a Zionist, if lu like; I'm not a nationalist." ley think they are thinking; thoy • only making a frightened noise. Ipoint out to them that Mr. Juste BramlcN settled this matter made the final distinctions ars afro mid that, by his permis|on. I was enabled to reprint his emorablc words on this matter in %  Zionist anthology, "Rebirth.' I vain. The frightened noise goes Let us try once more, so far possibii-, in words of one syl|MI. Justice Riandeis wrote: "The lity nf a nationality is a fact of litre The unity into a nation [largely the work of men. The 0K doctrine that nation and na^ nality must lie made coextensivi I Mime of our greatIt tragedies." Hoes it sink in? I Let us restate: God made men varieties or kind or culture foups or nationalities. There is < man on earth who is not some fcid of man and belongs with his ,by bio id or association, speech [common history, to the group of kind. He is born as a memIt of a nationality; he is born | nationality. In brief, men Jcur on this planet in groups or mpings which we call by the kkward but now unavoidable N natii nalities. livery nationality can become a r-ion. Every nationality can be| me a B nation. There is • necessarj conflict between any I belonging to the nationality •o which .< %  was l)orn and the naf"i to which he gives political alliance. '' l '' as take a few examples: Kchmen went to Africa and set\ first they were not y Dutch by nationality, but repined a part of the Dutch nation. %  '• they became independent and led two states or nations their own, the Transvaal Repubm,] the i free state. Now of Dutch nationality still, no longer part of the Dutch Uy the two Boer reirbed by the Brit" Empire and now the Dutch or fws or Afrikanders are cart I : of nations. They or, aI believe they | fl-r of Afrikander nationality f Ui a nd speak their speech (AfriI and live according to their n and worship God accordfashion. I have heard ral Jan Smuts a !l: ause he is an Af" ted on Page 3) i The Jewish Floridian has never feared to face the true facts and to speak out whenever the welfare of the community required it. Just four years ago we spoke out in terms definite and emphatic. We told the truth, as home out by nearly four years of a state administration that has violated every sense of decency ... a government that has become notorious for its manipulations and self-aggrandizement, and one that in the recent primaries was administered the stern rebuke of an honest and indignant people. Too often have our ears burnt and our faces reddened in shame when the present o-cupant of the gubernatorial chair was accredited to our people in terms far from complimentary. Once again we urge upon the people of our state, which has always evidenced every mark of fair play to its citizens, regardless of race or creed one within whose vast boundaries Jews. Catholics and Protestants have lived and worked together as American citizens, to carefully guard that incalculable bulwark of true democracy ... THE BALLOT BOX. If we are to perpetuate a government of. for and by the people ... if we are to keep from within the boundaries of the state of Florida every vestige of Fascism or dictatorship, and to forever stamp out any signs or indications of un-Americanism ... it is the bounden duty of every citizen to cast his vote to place at the head of our great commonwealth a man who by his past history and acts, not by mere speeches during campaigns, has definitely and convincingly proven ABLE. FEARLESS. JUST and. ABOVE ALL". HONEST. A people that has produced a Brandeis. a (ardozo. a Lehman in the present day realms of government—men who have championed the masses of the people and opposed intrenched greed, cannot help but go to the polls tii cast their ballots for a man who bv his record in public and private life stands out todav as a leader espousing HONESTY AND DECENCY IN GOVERNMENT. ee We like to think of a man who has served his people in oil ices which bring to the fore every quality within him. We like to think of a man who is sympathetic, vet firm; one who tempers justice with mercy: one who realizes the frailties of his fellow man. and in judging him is net earned away bv the power that is his by virtue of the office he holds. We like to think of a man who is not too busy because of the press irt of his every day vocation to neglect his duties to his Creator. We like to think ol a man who will be humble when faced by problems, ever bearing in mind tno saving of the "Ethics of the Fathers." "Remember whence thou comest. whither thou goest. and before whom you wiU stand in judgment. We want to visualize in the office of governor of the state of Honda a man upon whom there has never fallen the slightest suspicioni ol dishonesty, one who has never been tainted with the association of those who have proved untrue to their trust in public office. We want o see in the of fit. f governor one that promises little, hut does much; no the sharp t ader the immovable banker, or the conniving legislator, but the sympathetic mJ n S ^rvlces e as : judge of a Juvenile court for five and one-half years, as judge of a Criminal court for ten and one-halt years, both offices which soontry the mettle of any man and bring to the surface either the innate ho esYv. deep sympathy and true understanding that one possesses or discloses a callous heart, lack of feeling, dishonesty, and disregard of ones ,Evv men are a fair test of one's future conduct. I hat one serving in hese c.Tpac'it es has received the plaudits of the citizenry and their approntion as expressed at the polls is evidence quite conclusive as o one s i.i,v Co in'e this record with that of ones service to the people in the Jivic^ ann' communalI life of a city, and one needs but little more to arrive at a decision. This record *J**%&fiEStf£ KjESftR that men like Abe jont^n M ftffB& who has stood side Hefamattcm (omm.ttee of tht !oc overcome prejuby side with Jewish huiders in the nevjrceasi ^ rting dice and to bring good will among_allpeople sincerity, ever Roosevelt Club Organized Her ~~~~~~" Plans for one of the large Democratic rallies in the state a rapidly being whipped into sha; by the Roosevelt Nominators e Miami, who will stage a rally Jut 27th in Bayfront Park, coincide with the gigantic (fathering Franklin Field, Philadelphia, whet. Franklin I). Roosevelt will mal. his address of acceptance to tt. presidential nomination. J. Mark Wilcox, United Stab representative for Florida, wi make the keynote address, it wa indicated, in the Bayfront amph: theater before a record attendant The goal of 15,000 membership:, set by the committee this week, i expected to be far surpassed b; June 27th. Membership entitle admission to the rally. Klaborate plans also are beta; made for the entertainment, which is under the direction of Erni' Seller of the city recreation department. Mayor A. D. II. Fossey, who was appointed chairman of the finance division of the Democratic national executive committee by James A. Farley, is being assisted by an executive staff which opened offices this week on the corner ol Flagler St. and N. E. Second ave. Serving on the committee are R. J. Marshburn, genera! chairman; Mrs. T. V. Moore, chairman of the enrollment drive; Judge W. H. Bur. well, chairman of the speakers' committee; Krnie Seller, entertainment; Walter Hoyt, president Miami Central Labor Union, am! Edgar I.. Keuling, publicity chairman. Dr. Wise to Run AsZ. 0. A. Head Stephen S. Wise Monday night officially consented to use of his name as candidate for presidency Zionist Organization of America in a letter read to 100 leading New York Zionists assembled at Commodore Hotel. Louis Lipsky, honorary president Zionist Organization of America, presided at meeting. Scores of Zionists, visibly affected by prospect Dr. Wise's renewal of leadership, crowded his study at Jewish Institute Religion this morning to express their gratification at his acceptance, saying his election would mean beginning of new era in American Zionism. noi "^ o.ii-"' own selfish interests. courage, to whom public office is Decries Story of Jewish Influence Atlantic City (WNS) Cath .lies and pr itestantg are exercising a much greater influence on President Roosevelt than the Jews and the assertion by the Black Legion and other organisations that the New Heal is a "Jew Heal" is untrue, it was declared by the Rev, Everett R. Clinchy, executive


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K l Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Pr Wy, June 19 i t BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Rabbi nj! man, %  % % % % % %  an In MetroG wyi Mayer 1 "Riffraff Sun..•• I Tui day at the i r • %  in which she and W:d% %  .. Miss Rahbi Jacob H. Kaplan of Ten:I I ..-•'<. %  ••pie Israel will attend the Confermade at th ei m Human Relations, Junt SO Mil • -' %  :.: Biue Ridpe. N. C. as the ttl Fl arer, C ral Ga representative of the Miami Round when •'.. Table of the National C of Jew* and Christiai presided. B The meeting, under the auspices rial conference, is exG ''• bring together leading clerical and lay representatives of ..the lie and Jew:" >r a study of problems • : with interfaith relationRal ai I MM ps. Nationally known speakers eft yesterday on :' % % %  will include Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Di S. Parkes Cadman, Dr. Evei i R. Clinchy, direct ii f \.,Ridge, N. C. of Jews and Christiana! Dr. Frank Kingdon, Services wil nt of the L' \ t Sew. night ii Kai ark; Dr. R ibert McElroy, president %  i University: Bishop R EG f Charles) S. C, and Frank Porter Graham, president V : '• %  • r •" -': )f N rt! Cai iiring the sumi i ths and will be n just nt of Dr. Kaplan's I High rl j Da) atthe The : %  iung< -t officially i Red < .. ly thi n the distil ir-old %  %  -%  t to CoStudios, :mporI i laudette : Her Boss," j \ it re. Edit Red Ci ss as g i it Pensa ears as n she ;>six Id S took of dozi %  fug< thi storm in a i Red i dii .. %  The sea .ground for 1 Wit! T icy as • ELECT N. P. LOWREY Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 3 And Give Dade County a Progressive, Businesslike Administration ilitician, but technically i ir the Job %  I he Jewish Floridlan does not hesitate to urge upon its many readers in Dade County the election of George E. Holt to the legislature from Dade County in group 1. It is about time that in sending a man to the legislature the mere fact that he desires an office he disregarded and that merit soon fathom trickery and fearlessly expose legislative proposals on their surface apparently harmless, hut within themselves carrying potent ia I destructive forces for good government. With all due respect and abllit) alone be the sole factors governing the selection. Those of us who have studied problems of government, particularly those problem* of taxation and the peculiar needs of Dade (',,„„, ize full well that if JJj j ceive any consideration i( the legislature we must ha '" there who will be able to eon, ** the machinations of nil,-^ ** %  • • men Wh b > 'heir edueati and training... who by t^J esty and sincerity „f purpOTe "3 to Mr. Rolt'l opponent *e „J for a moment concede thai | training would permit him i„ ,. alyze such trick legtalrtW. p penis. (Jeorge Holt's i raining i:c ability peculiarly Hi him f„ u, I legislature. Entlrelj UMoBeiW The Jewish Floridian urees allt, vote and support George Holt for the legislature in group 1 for Did, | County. us opportunity ... The Frances Marion and J, Walter R -• time Miss H • vital %  tars -' • I lea. Their a ma M-G-M %  manship. VOTB FOR R.W. "Bob" RALSTON COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. S Precincts 12 to .">(). Inclusive • Paid Pi l.i.f I ad i %  Sun.-Mon.-Tues.. June 21-22-23 Jean Harlow—Spencer Tracj I in Merkel RIFF-RAFF "AVENUE Sun.-Mon., June 21-22 Claudette Colberl Mclvyn Dougla—Michael Bartlett SHE MARRIED HER BOSS Tribute—A Terrible Word! We rel>el at the ver> suggestion of tribute. Yet Dade Count} paid more than s.l.imu nun in tribute, not taxes, to North Florida last year. Why? liecause are were out-maneuvered politically h> North Florida. We can stop it. We will stop it. if you \iite fur ERNEST R. GRAHAM STATE SENATOR i Paid for by 1 YOU CAN TRUST THIS MAN His One ind Onh Promise "I shall never make a lot of promisea to d a lot of things that cannot be done ju-t to fool the people into voting for me. "Th ONE promise that I do make ithat the people can trut me to keep faith with them." ALL THE WAY WITH PETTEWAY! PETTEWAY Advocates, Among: Other Things: Florida Education Associatiea Association School Program... Old Age Pensions Repeal of Slot Machine Law Abolition "Two-Job" Practice Honesty and Economy in Got" err.ment Tax Reduction % %  Real Homestead Exemption and Encouragement to Tourists, ALL THE WAV WITH PETTEWAY! YOUR VOTE FOR PETTEWAY for GOVERNOR IS A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT FOR \l I FIORIDA P..I n :"T a n r a, !, wi y? aWHty-a man who believes that a Public Office is a Public Trust. Your Support and Vote Will Be Greatly Appreciated All the Way With PETTEWAY riJ i



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Page Eight THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN Political Briefs Asking the voters for re-election as sheriff of Pmie County. D. C. Colenuui points to his record, the calibre of the deputies he has surrounded himself with, and the sane enforcement of the law as required by the tourist needs of Dade i ounty. Coleman has served the city I Miami in several positions with distinction to himself and the city, and for the past three years has established a record of efficiency in the office of sheriff, to which h< asks to be returned. N". P. Lowrey, with a rec efficiency and honest administran :i< assistant building inspector and later building inspector of the city of Miami, is now asking the voters to elect him to the office of count; commissioner in district ;:. He urges that it is all important to the voters, taxpayers and residents of the county to have a man in office who is an engineer and who has had experience in technical matters, so that he may save the taxpayers thousands of dollars, which would otherwise have to be paid to experts. His friends urge his election because the county needs Lowrey and his engineering experience and ability. Cecil Turner, now chairman of Henry H. Filer Candidate for STATE SENATOR 2."i Yean of I nst.nsh and Successful Public Service in Dade County In the Interest of Good Goi t rnment RE-ELECT i'Ai Cecil A. Turner COUNTY COMMISSIONER District :'—i id < .mnty I cur \ote i'l nrme a factor II r COIint J n! w hich conserves your resources, protect>our interests and in\eMmen;and reflecting, ruro the ment. 1<>l R •> OTE \NI> INF: \ITKK. \ I E i I HANK YOU" the Dide County Commission, is asking for re-election to the office of county commissioner, which he now holds. In his campaign he -• %  Met the fact he is makinf no promises I I e] v continue to H'.W W. the offici re-electe I, ir, th M %  .Iway is M I %  l I in :':•< ist leveral years he has been Mr. Tu • former justice of th< peace, in which he esta: efficiency in w r\.. a, .' the voters of th< elected him to th< fl and his years of effort in behalf ot the communal and welfare work of Dade County. Judge Brown served with distinction as judge of the Court of Crimes following a as a mi m er of the Hade > executive committee. He churchman and roue civic and %  illegal registration is made by the incumbent every year, just on the eve of election without any prosecution ever being made. Judirt William F. Brown, merly of the Court asking the -. ten of Dade C to elect h Civil Court of Record becauM f hit ability, his service to the \v. K. Van Loon is a candidate for th< %  '>' of rgCounty. He has tion in the sher:':' %  ..i of i'avi. C untj and re. -; ector of motor gn Mr. Van • ihortcomngs fi ".he present inin the Mr. Van against "Bob" Ralston, one of the pioneer builders in .Miami, and now city councilman of Miami Beach, is asking the voters of Hade County to elect him to the office of county commissioner from district :i. He points to the fact that he To the People of— has pioneered in this are, helped to build it. His recor and the communal and husi ne \u "" Dade County has phued him { forefront of the CoT^Jj h.s work ,n the city 0'"" Miami Beach has shown his *„! era. constructive ability. Hi^l friends urge that construct^ J stantial business men like R,|„J are needed to properly administer the county's affairs. ELECT W. E. VAX LOON SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR DADE COUNTY (Pa Kd) DADE COUNTY Please accept my sincere thanks for the confidence shown and support received by me at the polls. For this support and confidence I am most grateful and appreciate your continued support and vote. JUDGE A. B. SMALL Candidate for Nomination to Succeed Himself as JUDGE OF THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD t Paid for \,y H Friend* and of course, ouu have •-;•;•";, Naturally, you want the last word-not as a natter of pr:de—it's the convenience, the efficiency, the jctu.il cash saving that really matters. So. of course you wlcct the modern, all-clcaric kitchen as die "last we rJ" in home equipment. Beauty, o( course! Blended color?, with spic and drop in It's the last word in st\le 1 modem homeratker h also ftudgeteer. She pennies and counta the cost. The electric refrigerator saves food. .. the electric range is fast, automatic, safe and cool... the modern electric water heater controls and constrv a licit... and think of the drudgery you save with the electric dishwasher. *.\ll-clectnc" is the last word in economy. EvcrvbodCs getting an electric kitchen these days... in new homes and old. Start with the refrigerator, then, step-by-stcp, acquire the range, water heater and d,

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?mmmm riclay. ,. June l. 136 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Tampa Notes The annual luncheon of the LaL> Auxiliary of Rodoph Sholom Lpi, took place Thursday, June lh at Kll "' i(lan Hote1, MrS< iHiimovit* was general chairL„ assisted by Mesdames P. Perl,.,'an were accompi Pi arl of Augusta. ,. x ; ; : : : : • %  .•: [joBBINS ROOFING SHEET AHERN FUNERAL HOM£. ; J METAL WORKS 1349 West Flagler Street I fn Telephone :'-i!-'ll !i2 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 AMBULANCE SERVICE ai an•:. 1 %  municipal her HEELS l.V ,ES 50c C SHOE SHOP Firsl Uenue %  Z Hotel \ I Finer Gift I 'lhan a Co| The Message el BUS "^ NEW LOW RATES One I' %  %  .i ii -1 Wj Trip New York $17.90 $32.25 lephla IMI I0.<5 Bttli.m r.IS.fl I --.in Washington 15.10 I7.J I KM fill.. v.Po V. i %  Miumi and So* I S„ Oti'vi Bu I-"'' % fferu tlic c Pan American l.: 8 l ••'! 9 A I DAMS TOURS %  i'ii. Ml i 46 MlNQLE JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA CHARLIE GRINER, M.n. S YOUR individual comfort end •nUrUliuMfll ii d milter ol greet importi"ce it lhi modern, fire-proof, home-Ue hotel locited in ike t-eiri of down-tovrn Jidionville. Every : M lui end ifiower, loll wile., itc:-i Keit. ,ji.o ind ceiling len...every bed ir/Hh nnerl< rij mel'.re:* end individjil reedmg Umpt. AIR CONDITIONED CCCKIAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHC? Retei-Sinjli w.tli PiWaM B^ 73 P-cm, 1500 80Roorr,::50 %  .. C;.0K 24 R 0I -, $2:0 %  n writ P ..ie Bi-.k !


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Friday June 10, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Political Briefs In the closing days of the campaign, Leslie Quigg, former chief of police of Miami and candidate for election as sheriff of Dade Y. M. H. A. Notes << ontinued from Page 2) I County is appealing to the voters a beautiful pitchers' battle IIv Th e following statement was isof the county t0 disrt Kard a „ cheap s u hs struck out u ^ • • sue d from (<>ne headquarters this political talk and trickery and to two hjtg Doub]eg fay ^^^ we ek: weigh the records of both aspirand Golden scored the lone V M • %  With only a very few working ants to th( offict .. Those that H A run ,vs left before the second pri-' know mt and have stU(lie(i Xt Tuesday the Fred P.; ord Page Seven neer of -Miami, will be the gues speaker at the Y. M. H. A. meeting Wednesday, June 24th. His topic will deal with the history of Judaism in Miami. Refreshments will be served. All members and friends are cordially invited gratus and gratuis. ,,„„,, p **'"* a : B1 ureu %  rec In ""' il 8D>e with Miami Beach miry next Tuesday the I red l ord in offiee nMn that Les k j ayceeg tm „ Y „ emerged tW yic Co „e for governor workers are Q„ igg cluring his tenure of publji t()| by a 7 to 4 score. This also iwinging into an intensive camoffice served the entire community gave Hy Sacks his first victory this paign t" present their candidates without fear or favor and at all season on the mound after losing qnglifications to Dade County t j mes disregarded questions of race twelve 1-hit games. voters. |"nd creed. The incontrovertible Get the habit and attend future Buying is Cheaper than Waiting! Ask About the New ..The workers are going forth f atl remainsc that when I organ"Y" games at Flamingo Park. lth the conviction that the govI **** the police force in the trying nnrshin campaign issue has re" a >* "' the boom, men were a;,How woodyuall like to go on a ^1 £\ ) *T* E T I -elf into a choice between P^ted because of their qualificaboat ride? That's all 1 .anted to M • %  K|| E successful business man i t ions and not because of their know. There's no doubt in my VZ? 7!~ T-, ^n'whose experience is lim\ faiths 1 had '•* %  Catholics and mind that thos CfolOatb>t, Cltylltjesialion and a man ited to jurisprudence. They main _. I Protestants alike serving as peace tended the last boat ride the "Y" d'at Talofficer" of the city. When Infracna(l will be the first to buy ticket! I •;.'. [, a man of financial and l '" s were brought to my attention for this occasion. Prices range umen and have adopted the guilty men soon received their from 76c per person to six bits ,he slogan that Cone is the right 1'unishment. 1 can refer to pioeach. For your money you will be business ae slogan nan at the right time neer citizens like Isidor Cohen, outrewarded with a 4-hour pleasure standing Jew, citizen and author, J aunt on Biscayne Bay with dancThey point to his distinguished wno will be happy to verify that > n 8 three hours and fifty minutes business career, which led to his i have always been free from prejof the ride. Only the first fifty choice to become head of the Lake ud j ce 0 f any kind. If elected shercouples will be accepted, so get i City bank, the only one in the seciff 0 f Dade County, as I hope to vour tickets early. The date is tion that withstood the storm of be next Tuesday, I will be the sherSunday, June 28th, at 8:110 p. m. bank crashes that rocked a great j ff of a n t h e citizens of Dade Coununtl '— ? deal of the state to its foundat y and not that of a favored few," tions. They point also to the fact said Mr QuiRK in a statement isMr ls,do1 Cobm > we k "" w iiu that when as an emergency meassued to a representative of The d P UB "*>* leunmmoj Uo\\i ure President Roosevelt closed all Jewish Floridian. Friends of Mr. banks, (one as an individual tided Quigg urge that his election will over all of the needy of his combring about an era of law enforcemunity during the period of the men t that will do away with much emergency. He boasts a record 0 { ine unrest.and law infractions' of never having foreclosed a morttnat are prevalent in the countygage. I today. There Are Many Reasons Why 'COME IN AND SEE THE 1936 NORGE" Owen Carr is a candidate for "While Cone pursued his successful personal course he also stepped into public life on several occasions, giving him a first hand the offiee of constable in district grasp of the problems of office 2. He has been a resident of Miami holding. He was mayor of Lake t"'" 27 years and active in local City for three terms and served affairs during that time. If electeight years in the Florida state ed as constable he promises an im. ure. He was president of Partial administration of the otenate in 1911. During his >ice and the removal of all lawservice in the legislature he was less elements from the district, so nized for his advocacy of prothat residents may live there withe legislation, notable among out fear of crime. His many friends his achievements being the first point to his splendid reputation in abolish child labor. He put private and business life as the through a bill pertaining to this reason for his election to office. • 1907, and in 1019 created __ ffice of child labor inspect r, which has been maintained since time. • ft is doubly wasteful now to go on using obsolete refrigeration. Witt the new Norge 6% Finance Plan you can buy a Norge on terms arranged to suit your own requirements as to down payment, monthly payments and length of time. Come in today for the complete details. Norge Company Of Miami 212 E. Flagler St. Phone 2-3835 Washers and Ironers, Air Conditioning, Circulator Room Heaters Domestic and Commercial Refrigeration, Cas and Electric Ranges. J. L. GRIER Deserves Your Support for Supervisor of Registration PALM BEACH COUNTY He Has Proven Himself CAPABLE RELIABLE EFFICIENT I want to thank my many friends for their previous support and will appreciate their continued efforts on June 23rd. i l'aid Political Advertisement) Palm Beach County "His personal background is, %  Cracker' to the core. The Cone j L Grier, county supervisor of dates back to pre-Revolu\ registrationi is a candidate for retionary times in North Carolina, e i ec tj on Whenci it migrated to Georgia and A native of Soutn Carolina, Mr. then to Florida. He is a lifelong Grier has Hved in West Pa i m 1 his brother is a BapBeach since 1901 H e was city list minister." derk assessor a „d treasurer of West Palm Beach from 11*04 to t Graham, candidate for 108, and after formation of Palm tor, who led the race for Beach County in 1909 he was apthe office in the first primary, has Pointed the first supervisor ol continued his efforts to acquaint istration, serving until the election the people of Dade County with in 1910. conditions affecting their future. Mr. Graham pledges that he will Mr. Grier also was assistant in the tax assessor's office during the pve h;s untiring efforts in the fjrst two years of the Dew county. to convince the legislators j Jn l;i24 he was e | ec ted supervis"f the fact that Dade County must or of reK j st ration, and he has been wt a square deal if the state 'S to prosper. His evident study and knowledge of conditions, the fact that he is a large taxpayer himself has brought him to the fore '" the race. His friends urge that Dade County needs Graham as state senator. in charge of the county's voting books since that time. He is asking for re-election on his record in office and fitness for the position. B Never before have we been able to offer you such amazing values. Norge—proved by every test,approved by every owner, is nowimproved in every part. New beauty, new conveniences, new features, even higher efficiency of operation make the 19 36 Norge the outstanding Rollator Refrigerator of all time. Come in. Ask us about the sensationally easy terms. W. F. BROWN Candidate for JUDGE OF THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD THANKS each one for the splendid vote of confidence given him in the recent primary, and will again appreciate your vote and support on June 23. (PaM Polities) Advrtlnnt) ASK FOR DETAILS ABOUT THE NORGE 10 YEAR WARRANTY ON ROLLATOR COMPRESSION UNIT BCO. U. *• TAT. Oil. y Norge Company Of Miami 210 E. FLAGLER ST. Phone 2-3835 THE BUSINESS MAN CANDIDATE FRED P. CONE FOR GOVERNOR "Lower the Budget to Balance Taxes Instead of Raising Taxes to Balance the Budget" Progressive Then Progressive Now As senator in 1907 Cone put through Florida's first child labor legislation OPPOSED TO SLOT MACHINES The Right Man at the Right Time (This Political Advertisement Paid by Friends)



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Friday, tm K 22 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN dftjemsti Fiendlain *-* %  FLORIDA S ONLY 'EWISH WfcEKLY Page Throe Ai PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY by th<.IKWISH EI.ORIIHAN I'lilM.ISHINO CO. P. O. Box 2973 mdg Miami, Fla. EDITORIAL OFFICES: I „, s. W. 16th Avenue re Armenians less happy because there are still vestiges of at least two Armenian states in the world? We arc a frightened wonder. We have Orlando Notes people. No Kewi Phone 2-5304 Phone 2-11M J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mnnanvr Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ottenberg left undergone Saturday for New York on a trip. enough to frighten us. But let us not think with our fright; let us Mr, and Mrs. I.ouis Baum arc not think with the terror in our vacationing in Daytona. marrow. Let us use our minds. at the age of 21 years as county treasurer, then five years as cashier and trust officer in the Southern Bank and Trust Co. In 1921 he left the bank to establish the bond and mortgage business of which he is still the head. CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Field Representative Entered ,.„,,,| ,-|ass matter July 4. 1!>30. at the P.mt Office lit Mian under the Aet of March I. 187. Florid S T rKTKKSBURG MRS.' ROSE M. RUBIN Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative nation—the Welsh, the Flemish, Mis. I. Becker and children, Carboard. Not theory, but practical the French Canadians—have at "lyn and Stanley, are visiting in experience in keeping taxation to least geographical unity. For this Jacksonville. a minimum while maintaining pubnatural condition we have had to lic necessities qualifies him for the substitute crowding into the same 1 Mrs. M cities and the samt cities and this has b able and corrupting substitute. But MRS. M. H.KISLER it has been the enforced substitute Ronrpnt;it i v> # ...... H. 1.. Hollins and son of office he seeks, according to his quarters of Jacksonville are the house guests friends. 'ecu a lamentof Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Segal. Representative SUBSCRIPTION ju Month) OH Y*I 11.00 $2. '10 FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1936 Vol. 9—No. SB it has been the enforced substitute Mr. Hyman Roth and daughter, Tirelessly attacking the record for a natural and ignoble tendency Miss Ray Roth, are visiting in of the incumbent, William I). Joyce that iuniversally human, namely Miami and Daytona Beach for the has time and again during the the socially cohesive tendency of summer. final days of the campaign for the every nationality. The Irish in office of purchasing agent of Dade America have shown a similar tenMrs. A. Berger and three chilCounty urged the voters to study dency; many well defined social then left recently to join Mr. Berthe record of the incumbent and groups show that tendency, so that ger in Miami, where they will rehis own record in business. Mr. in Oriental cities the quarters arc side. Joyce pledges an economical adnamed alter the nationalities that ministration of the office and the occupy them. But that has made Mrs. L. Schwartz, who has been purchase of the county's neednone of these nationalistic groups visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe from local merchants and not less integrated parts of the nation for several months, returned to h merely a favored few. Mr. Joyce to which they belong. Let us end home in New York last week. pledges that he will devote his as we began: Nationality is a fact entire time to the office if elected. of nature; the nation is constructMessrs. Morton Levy, Abe Kamand will not permit the present ed by the will of men. Men of any inoff. Joel Baker, Joe Wittenstein. conduct of the office, which he al.FflTlp's WaminC nationality can will to be members students at the University of Florleges is wasteful, to be continued. V ,! O ... of anv nation and retain their naida, Gainesville, are home for their He has rallied to his support many Governor George Earle of Pennsylvania tea true liberal tiona „ t A|iii >o can ,„ ws gummer vacation lf the i ea ding business men of the When he was United States minister to Austria in 1.1.5.5 and (Copyrighl ,„..,; ,, v S( V( n Alls ,-ounty because of his business rec[984, he spoke out against the anti-Semitic government of Feature Syndicate) Mrs. G. w. Sllverstein and daughord and his reputation for honesty that country, disregarding his official status, but only intent ui Allillt .„.,. visiting in Miami and dean living. His friends urge that Dade County needs Joyce as — purchasing agent. mat cumin uiiinsi"".B • % %  •' — ----' on emphasizing a fundamental truth. When the opponents .at % %  %  I I > .1?-Ill mi „ ~ <... I .... 1 I I emphasizing a fundamental truth. When the opponents f ( g American participation in the Berlin Olympic names looked WeSt r 31111 BeaCll r moral assistance, Governor Earle was again one of the NntPC Mil month. .Miss iiiiua \ II|MII, "i pern, president of the Temple Is(j( nt a| hl University 0 rael Sisterhood, whose father, Tusca i 008Bi Ala., return* v........ \1,;,..,! .!;...! ^ ,,.. el4 ction ,nd Mrs. S. Schwartz, received his • T r'TK "'K: Within historic time, up to, roughFollowing nis LM V ... and Mr8 s Sc hwartz, received nis / t the ly the year 132 of our era this Goldstein will spend a week in A,^ ^ f ,. om fte 0niverslty „ f "^^'^'^SS junationality was also a nation. In lanta. Florida diciary can only be accomplished a war with Komithe nation was destroyed. The Jewish nationality diciary can only be accomplished „f Miss Mildred Carrol J* f *"'**• Bbilit > im 1 '" destroyed. The Jewish nationality B .„ ni R'rith Auxiliary was orFriendg „ f M iss Mildred Carrol ^ ,,,,„,,,„;, „, office M remained. In our dispersion we Kanlzed Mon day nighl al the home will ,„. K] U \ to hear that she is ^^ Jndge i i I .,.,,1 Intotrral r it.. !, %  ,1Rarar The lollowi i. r,..,,,, ih.. hosnital. example nearer home. •." %  -yanu. % %  .—c—,.., %  ... ^ al and Integral ,,,Mrs. p ro nk Barer. The followli;l( .|. ,•,.,,,„ t h,. hospital. ., u: .. ..1,,,-t. have become loyal parts of many nations. Our naj ng temporary officers "eve i %  lert%  p. llts „(many nations, vui i,„ K temporal-} on ice. a <.. ..>-. settled Eastern Can£ o roma ned Under the ated: Pl es ident, Mrs. Sid Bei-nbaum; Tne y ounK Ju dea Council con" trition of the centuries many Jew, .,,,. tary Mrs. Lena Goldstein! grat|;/ate8 M r. and Mrs. Meyer Wemst. in on the birth of a baby daughter. Mother and baby arc both well. were of French and also part of the were lost. But the core of the natreasur er, prank Barer. The ome tion. rhen Britain came remained am |( uulH ll ils Mge nu „ at ,„, ,„ possession of all of Canada h|slorii m m „ n s Jack H;i ,. ;lsl Monday „ igh t. French became part of the l ( nl|mlilv cu ture and psywnadian people within the British • hMts v delicious six-course dinner was ealth of nations. The tho coIncldenca of d „, ,,,, home of Rev. and french in Canada are of French a reward for their service. Judgl Small is a native of Kentucky, coming to Miami in 19111. During his residence lie has been Identified with many civic and welfare organizations and was one of the founders of the Kiverside Improvement Association. Judge Small asks that his record as judge be Mr. and Mrs. Leon IHallczer studit d by the voters and feels confident that on that record he will he returned to office. I Hayes Wood, young Miami busi. £ STWM ,„,,„ %  %  SMI ,s,r;s s s rSiT^rsr-s sr. s Z-JSS -=! ss*£S stM •a-, be was of French-Canadian '" Uh s collector of Dade County nstionality. The Flemish are part of the BelK'an nation and Germans, Italians an| l French of the Swiss nation, all of Palestine, West and Fast (if ,,„. hand-crocheted bedspread, -0 rdania, is to be some day, let us donatcd by Mrs. S8m ^ el .^, pr J c ^2 say, a dominion of two nationalities, Jewish and Arab, as Canada is a dominion of two nationalit.es, ounding towns. Political Briefs ~ lilt OWIH nutiun, io a uw" erbs, Croatians and Slovenes English and French, within WK lf the Jugo-Slav nation and BritBritish Empire. jLtS' th m0 St portent ? u ami Why should that frighten any jected example, conaist. as a ,.,.,.„,,, Canadians fright, "n of a staggering variety of ,,..,„ visl> > \ r < m ">nal ties myriads of races and religj ion '''avidian %  and languages the group), wholly unrein. ^ to the dominant group of IndotUr <>Pean languages. Yet this inle Babel ia nation. -;,l becau i France exist7 Ihe Flemish in Belgium or the Afrikanders in Africa frightened be'toiiand is on the map.' Are icaii .'ti.vns of Danish or ,,.,,.. wi Swedish descent troubled by the sonv ille. ,.,,. of their motherlands. collector of Dade County. Wood cites his training received at the University of Miami as an accountant, his service in the auditing department of Armour & Co. for more than six years, and his record of service in every phase of political, social and communal work as reason for his election to the office. He pledges that he is not connected with any political Ir'vnerman.whooHViated he outstan -^J,, • t, ffi .tax collector also i t JackJ^S^p d in 1912 if he is chosen to this position. „, W hich go to the building fund of a Talmud Torah. Friend g of Aaron Abisch. fa: her \ J 1 ": "TCte^'pS money expended under the direc ,, ;h regrel that h, ni R ,,.,,„. .„ Dadc awaV T : 'V; en' ;o LZ,^ County without single "spot or rTouS accompanied by Mrs. wrinkle" on the record, over a P e


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