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

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

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Vol. 10 No. 22
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1937
Price Five Cents
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
CONGRESS IN AMERICA
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
Thit column it copyrighted by the
Seven Arti Feature Syndicate. Re-
production in whole or In part
etrictly forbidden. Any infringe-
ment will be protecuted.
It was a bare month ago. Sud-
denly and dramatically at a very
important meeting Dr. Stephen
Wise announced that the Zionist
World Congress of 1937 ought to
and must meet in America. As is
not uncommon with Dr. Wise, there
were behind the suddenness and
the drama the most careful reflec-
tion, the most realistic facing of
issues, the uniquely right sense of
the necessities of a given crisis.
I have not been able to keep in
very close touch with the situa-
tion: I do not even know whether
the Actions Committee has con-
sented to reconsider its decision
of holding the congress in Basel.
I desire before it is too hopelessly
late, before the eleventh hour has
elapsed, to add my smaller voice
to Dr. Wise's greater one.
First of all, it is of commanding
and immediate importance that
American Jewry understand that
the Zionist World Congress is its
congress, whether the individual
American man or woman culls him-
self or herself a Zionist or not, or
has any understanding of Zionist
philosophy or not. Times have
changed, not superficially but rad-
ically. History is marching with
a brutal tread. Powerful and
numerous nations have declared
open war against the Jewish
peoplea war of slander, hatred
and extermination. Germany and
Poland lead. Roumanin is not far
behind. Hungary, Austria, the
Baltic succession states are under
the shadow. Italian Fascism seems
not unwilling to add this weapon
of a war against Jewry to its
others. That war against the Jew-
ish people has its echoes in Mon-
treal, in Mexico City, in Rio de
Janeiro. And since there isas
must be repeated as with hammer
blowsbut one Jewish people and
but one Jewish problema war
against any Jewry is, directly or
indirectly, a war against all Jewry.
If all Jewry does not resist we
shall be overwhelmed. If the
strong and free Jews do not resist
we shall be overwhelmed, de-
stroyed, sold Into slavery even as
we were at the end of the Hadri-
anic wars.
How shall we resist? We cannot
resist as individuals; we cannot
resist in the void. Now the whole
world, both the world of our ene-
mies and the world of our friends,
has come to see in the resettle-
ment of Palestine and the rebuild-
ing of Zion the symbol of the moral
power and regenerative resistance
of the Jewish people. Whether you
like it or not, whether you approve
of it or not, this thing is so. Hence
to the Jewish Agency for Palestine
exclusively and alone the nations
have granted the right to speak
officially for the Jewish people.
By this means and by this means
alone can Jewry raise a voice that
must be heard, because the nations,
including our own American na-
tion, have solemnly agreed to
listen. The moral resistance of the
Jewish people to the war declared
upon it has hut one focu.s and one i
instrumentality and one voicethe
Jewish Agency for Palestine. To
the bitter war declared against us
in Germany, In Poland, in other
lands, the Jewish people has only
one practical and one saving an-
swer- the enlargement and intensi-
fication of our work in Palestine.
Hence the World Zionist Congress
Is today the congress and council
of universal Jewrythe organ of
our voice, will, hope, defense, sal-
vation.
And now comes the most tragic
of all the circumstances Of our im-
mediate historic fate. That up-
building of Palestine Which is the
resistance and defense of all Israel
in face of a hostile world is being
gravely, Is being cruelly, is being
vitally jeopardized by the Manda-
tory Power. I am not one of those
who think it wise or right to rave
against Britain, thought I can, God
knows, understand those who are
stung to raving by the Incredible
chincanery and brutality and per-
fidy with which the British gov-
ernmentto the despair and shame
of many Knglish men and women-
is treating us in this day and hour
of our supreme need. But It is ;.p-
parent, it is of commanding Im-
portance, that the Jewish people
through its congress speak out con-
cerning these things in terms and
from a place that will bring its
voice irresistahly to the ears of
both the Mandatory Power and the
civilized worldfrom a place,
moreover, where the strong voices
of Christian citizens of the most
powerful and most peaceful coun-
try on earth will be added both
gravely and passionately to its
own.
A congress in Basel this year?
It will hardly be noticed; it will
scarcely be heard. Europe has
mightier matters ringing in its
ears. The clash of arms, the feet
of marching men will drown out
the voice that should shatter what
conscience Is still left in Christen-
dom. But London hears New York.
Paris hears New York. Even Ber-
lin and Warsaw, though they may
feign not to do so, listen in to New-
York. The friendly sympathy of
our government, the powerful serv-
ice of the most powerful press in
the world, the every moral ad-
vantage and every consideration of
political sagacity are on the side
of an American congress. To pro-
pose it at this juncture was states-
manship of the highest kind; not
to carry It through will be a miser-
able defeatism and trivial-minded-
ness.
The objections I have heard are
frivolous In view of what stands
to be gained. Let the V. P. A. and
the J. D. C. appropriate the paltry
(Continued on Page 8)
TO HSS RECORD
"During my six and a half years
on the City Council of Miami Beach
I have championed every construc-
tive movement tor all parts and for
all people ... my program Is not
one of promises, but one of accom-
plishments," said Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, candidate for re-election to
the City Council of Miami Beach,
in an address to the voters last
Wednesday night. In discussing
the issues of the campaign, Mr.
Meyer minced no words in pointing
to his vigorous denunciation and
exposure of registration and elec
tlon frauds attempted in Miami
Beach during the past weeks.
Mr, Meyer, who has served the
City of Miami Bench for t!-e past
six and a half years, the last two
of which he has been vice presi-
dent of the City Council, came to
Miami Beach more than 12 years1
ago. A native of Wisconsin, Mr.
Meyer graduated from the Univer
sity of Wisconsin and received his
legal training at Harvard and
Cambridge Universities. Deeply
imbued with a love for his people,
Mr. Meyer, in company with the
late Harry I. Lipton, toured Europe
and spent considerable time in
Palestine. During his European
trip he visited the courts of the
various countries and observed
Jewish communal work. On his
arrival in Miami he soon became
one of the leading attorneys here
and began to take an active part
in communal affairs. In Hhe 12
years of his residence here he has
attained a notable record of public
work, serving as secretary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau and subse
quently as director; as an active
worker of the Young Mens Hebrew-
Association and now its honorary
director; as an active member of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach; as one of the founders and
president of the Hebrew Friendly
Inn; as a large contributor and
prime mover in the establishment
of the Baron de Hirsch Free Loan
Fund of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau; as an active worker and
for several years secretary of the
Greater Miami Zionist District and
(Continued on Page 6)
TESs/E8 PLEDGES PEOPLE'S
WORLD
WOULD INVITE JEWS TO
SETTLE IN COLORADO
Fort Collins, Colo. (WNS)A
proposal to make this Colorado
town of 9.000 people a mecca for
Jewish immigration from all parti
of the world has been placed be
fore the local Chamber of Com-
merce by E. R. Lalor, a Public
Service employe. The suggestion,
which was referred to the civic im-
provement committee, emphasizes
that Jewish colonization would be
of immense industrial and eco-
nomic benefit to Fort Collins.
BAPTISTS GROUP RAPS
MINORITIES TREATMENT
Philadelphia (WNS)The un-
christian treatment accorded those
Of other races in the United States
prevents Americana from consist-
ently Championing the cause of op-
pressed minorities elsewhere "un-
til we first set our own house in
order." the committee on race re-
lations of the Northern Baptist
Convention reported. "We in
America have been guilty of prac-
tices so flagrantly un-Christian as
to bring us under severe condem-
nation." the report said. "Before
we call attention to the mote, we
do well to cast out the beam."
TO BE REPRESENTED
AT WORLD RALLY
New York (WNS)The Ameri-
can delegation to the World Rally
Against Racism and Anti-Semi-
tism, which is being convened in
Paris on September 10 by the In-
ternational Federation of Leagues
Against Racism and Anti-Semitism,
is being organized by Samuel Un-
termyer, president of the Non-
Sectarian Anti Nazi League. The
league, which is the American af-
filiate of the International Fed-
eration, has sent Invitations to a
large number of Jewish and non-
Jewish organizations to join in the
delegation. The purpose of the
rally, as explained in a letter from
G. A. Tedesco, of the federation's
executive committee, is "to fight
by every means of reason and logic
against the racial theories that
threaten to contaminate those coun-
tries which have so far not fallen
victims to authoritarian regimes."
Campaigning for election to the
City council of Miami Beach, Ber-
ber) A, Prink, one 'of the Beach's
leading business men, has con-
din ted one of the most vigorous
.ind straightforward campaigns in
the history of local elections. Tak-
ing a leading part In the battle for
the elimination of fraudulent regis-
trations and illegal ballots, Mr.
Frink has devoted much of his time
and considerable money to help
purge the election rolls of racke-
HERBERT A. FRINK
MUSSOLINI'S ORGAN
WARNS ITALIAN JEWS
Rome (WNS)Assailing Italian
Jewry's support of Zionism and at-
tacking its protests against Nazi
Germany's racial theories as "irre-
concilable with the friendship that
binds us (Italy) to Germany and
which has objectives far more vast
and fundamental than the Jewish
question," the Milan Popolo d'ltalia,
Premier Mussolini's organ, gave
the Jews of Italy the choice of de-
nouncing "international Hebrew-
ism" or giving up their Italian citi-
zenship and residence.
teers and those trafficking In the
ballot box manipulations. As a re-
sult, aided by other fearless citi-
zens, several hundred names were
stricken from the rolls and camera
pictures will be taken at the polls
to prevent casting of improper
ballots.
Having established his ability as
a successful businessman, Mr.
Frink has not neglected his com-
munal duti.-s, and has been an
active Shriner, Mason, Elk, Cham-
ber of Commerce, Bussinessmens
Association and the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce. His numerous
friends point to his unselfish and
unhesitating aid to thousands of
needy unemployed during the past
years as indicating the character
of the candidate.
"I shall urgently champion more
parks and playgrounds, fair and
impartial supervision of the taxi-
cab business and an honest busi-
ness administration of the affairs
of Miami Beach in the interests of
all the taxpayers," said Mr. Frink.
in an address to the voters last
week. "I am a candidate for the
City Council of Miami Beach be-
cause I know I can bring to the
deliberations of the City Council a
knowledge gained from actual busi-
ness experience and not merely in
dealing with real estate, though
that is an Important matter.
(Continued on Page 6) _#1 J


Tage Two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 28, 1037
Auxiliary Will
Install Officers
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will formally install its recently
elected officials at a dinner which
will be held in the Young Mens
Hebrew Association Clubrooms at
S. \V. 16th avenue and 5th street
on Sunday evening, June 13, begin-
ning at 7 o'clock. A musical pro-
gram will be presented during the
evening and several speakers will
be heard on messages of import-
ance to the community. Admission
will be only 75 cents and reserva-
tions may be made with any mem-
ber of the general committee bead-
ed by Mrs. J. L. Shoe-net, chair-
man, and Mesdames Moe Pallot.
Nat lilumberg, Harry Shulman,
Max Jacobskind and Jack Hirsch.
Heading the committee In direct
charge of the dinner preparation
la Mrs. l. Rosengarten, who la be-
ing assisted by Mesdames B.
Chertkoff. Morris Rappaport, Mor-
ris Kotkin and S. Rothstein.
Ticket committee consists ot M damea L. Kotkin and A. Kellncr.

Tri Beta
To Entertain
Plans for the annual house party
of Tri Beta sorority were made
Monday at a special meeting at the
borne of Miss Barbara Homa. The
house parly will be during the
week of June 8 at 334 Espanola
Way, Miami Beach.
The sorority will keep open
house on June 9, for which blanket
invitations have been issued to the
Onyx Club, Beta Chi Omega soror-
ity, Delta Phi Epsllon sorority.
Sigma fraternity, Tau Epsilon Tl
and Phi Beta Delta sororities.
The sorority held its business
meeting Wednesday at the home of
Miss Florence Coret.
*
Resnick To
Attend Convention
Sam Resnick. secretary and
tieasurer of Markowitz & Resnick,
left Miami Tuesday for a business
trip through the North. While
away he will attend the national
convention of the Master Plumbers
Association in Atlantic City this
week.
At the close of the convention
Mr. Resnick will go to Detroit to
confer with manufacturers and in-
spect new developments in plumb-
ing fixtures. He also will visit the
Sparton radio distributors' ronven-
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Temple Re-elects
Spiritual Heads
Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
Rabbi Colman Zwltman were re-
elected as spiritual heads of Tem-
ple [arael at the annual meeting of
the organization held last week at
Temple Israel. Dr. Kaplan became
the spiritual leader of Temple Is-
rael in 1926 and Rabbi Zwitman
joined as spiritual leader of the
temple last year.
*
Shekel Campaign
Closes Here
All those holding Shekel petitl-
tions are urged to bring them in to
Mr. Harry Zukernick, chairman of
the Greater Miami Shekel Board,
at 817 Washington street, Miami
Beach, so that a complete report
may be forwarded to the national
headquarters at New York within
the required time. Those who have
not yet purchased their Shekel or
signed a certificate are urged to
do this immediately. Due notice
of the elections at which the
Shekel may be voted will be an-
nounced in these columns shortly.

Visitors Here
From Montgomery
Messrs. Morris and Manuel
Segall of Montgomery. Ala., ar-
rived here Monday to spend several
days with their sister, Mrs. David
I. Rosenbloom. They will return
to their home next Monday morn-
ing and will be accompanied by
Mrs. Rosenbloom and her daughter,
Goldie, who will make their home
during the summer with her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Segall,
prominent residents of Montgomery.

Shower Tendered
Bride-Elect
The Misses Ruth Drevich and
Bailey Berlin were co-hostesses at
a shower tendered Miss Pearl Rob-
erts, bride-elect of Mr. Al Reisman,
last Sunday evening. The guest of
honor was recepient of many beau-
tiful gifts. Refreshments were
served during the evening. Among
those attending were: Mrs. Mary
Roberts, Mrs. J. Rosenfold, Mrs.
E. M. Reisman. Mrs. Joe Reisman.
Mrs lack Miller, Mrs. Lyl Jacobs,
Mrs. Philip Berlin, Mrs. Bob
Schweitzer, Mrs. Frank Rose. Mrs.
Paul Weinfeld, Miss Rose Parkas,
Miss Charlotte Furman, Miss
Kilyth Roberts and Miss Jeanette
Seligman.

Entertains Guest
At Deauville Roof
Mr. Pete Silverman entertained
at the Deauville Roof last Saturday
night and had as his guests Miss
Pearl Roberts, Miss Ruth Drevich,
Miss Bailey Berlin, Miss Marjorle
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sky and Sol Berlin.
*
Temple Israel Officers
Are Named
Several hundred members attend-
ed the annual meeting of Temple
Israel last Thursday night heard re-
ports of the activities of the past
year and elected officers for the
coming term. Isaac Levin, first
vice president for the past several
years, was named president; J-
Gerald Lewis, vice president; Leon-
ard Epstein, executive secretary:
ISAAC LEVIN
Adolph Wertheimer, financial sec-
retary, and Harry Nevins, tieas-
urer. Named to the board of di-
rectors were: Messrs. Max Oro-
vitz. Paul Marks. Benj. Bronston,
Mrs. Morris Plant, K. Max Gold-
stein, Henry D. Williams. Dr.
Frank Coret, Jules Pearlman. Ber-
nard Feldman, Herman Wall, Mar-
tin Raff and Frank Perl man. Also
serving on the board are the past
presidents of the temple: Harry
V. Simons, Morris Plant, Louis
Zeientz and Day J. Apte, and Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan, president of
Temple Israel Sisterhood. A growth
in the membership and activities
was reported. Mr. Levin, named
president, is a past president of
the local B'nai B'rith Idge and an
active officer and worker of the
Miami Zionist District, the Jewish
Welfare Bureau and numerous
other welfare organizations.
*
Mrs. Levy To Leave
City In June
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, owner and
operator of the famous Camp Wo-
helo for Girls in the Blue Ridge
Mountains of Pennsylvania, will
leave here on June 3, accompanied
by her children, her brother and
sister-in-law. She will visit Wash-
ington, Baltimore and Pittsburgh
prior to the opening of Camp Wo-
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Representative Named
Of Camp Wohelo
Miss Dorothy Resnick of 1120
Tangier street. Coral Gables, has
been named local representative ol
Camp Wohelo I'M- Girls and will
have charge of the girls going to
ilie- camp from this vicinity.
>
Newlyweds Arrive
From Windy City
Mr, and .Mrs. Harry Berkowlch,
who were married in Chicago last
Saturday, are the guests of his sis-
ter. Mrs. Bertha Berkowlch Levy
of this city, and will remain here
for s week. They ill accompany
Mrs. Levy on her trip North.
*
To Attend Graduation
Of Daughter
Mrs. Win. Cleln of this city will
leave Tuesday for her summer va-
cation. She will visit her relatives
and friends in Atlanta, ('.a., and
will then go to Chicago to attend
the graduation of her daughter Mil-
dred from the University of Illinois.

Ladies Auxiliary
Committees Named
Mrs. Ida Oplner. re-elected presi-
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau, appointed
the following committees at the
last meeting which was held on
Monday. May 24, at the Southern
Cafeteria: Publicity, Mrs. Benja-
min LeVinp; hospitality. Mrs. Her-
bert Simon: visiting, Mrs. M. L.
Marcus. Mrs. II. I. Magid and Mrs.
Sam Sllversteln; program, Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy: rummage, Mrs.
Ijouis Hartz; coin boxes. Mrs. Sam
Halpert; Coral Gables chairman,
Mrs. Morris Dubler: membership.
Miami Reach. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs.
M. Travers and Harry Marcus;
membership, Greater Miami. Mrs.
Morris Plant. Henry Hiilbin. Harry
Nevins. Morris Cowen and Stanley-
Myers.
The first reading of the revised
by-laws was made and ratiticatioa
of same will be held at the next
regular meeting.
Mrs. J. Sugarman and Mrs. M,
Robinson gave a very detailed re-
port of the visit they made to the
W. P. A. handicraft departments
telling of the marvelous work doue
at these shops.
The annual picnic which will be
held the latter part of June is be-
ing headed by Mrs. R. R. Adler
and her committee.

Circle Sponsors
Yiddish Play
The Workmens Circle of Miami
is sponsoring a Yiddish four-act
play portraying life as it is on Sun-
clay evening. June 20, at Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall, when Mr.
Harry Creenberg, well-known Mi-
ami Yiddish actor, will present a
cast of local talent in the play,
"Die Kraft foon a Kind." The play
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.
Tickets will be only 50 cents. The
public i.s invited to attend. Tickets
may be obtained from any mem-
ber of the organization.
Rosedale Delicatessen
Under New. Management
Announcement was made this
week of the purchase of the well-
known Rosedale Delicatessen of
170 N. W. Fifth street by Harold
I'ont and Irvin Gordon, who will be
in active charge and management
of the business. Both of the new
owners were formerly associated
with the Rosedale Delicatessen and
later with the Sunshine Delica-
tessen at Miami Beach. Both iiave
established a splendid reputation
in the community for fair dialing
and courteous and honest treatment
of their customers. The Rosedale
will continue with a policy of sup-
plying the finest in local and im-
ported delicatessen and fancy gro-
ceries at the most reasonable prices
and will also continue the serving
of real home-cooked meals at
popular prices.
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21 Florida's Honor at Stake
sM^m*rJCans l00k aghast at anytWng that savors of unfair or
gcUtorla] Mat. Wat so many years ago race prejudice
soon dSrtHriw W1? the,nSe t0 P0Wer 0f Ku Klux*sm; thi*
trZ ?i.i-f "! fr duuWn deep in their utm08t consciences the
!odestroyliberty" aDytbing and everythin* tha* tends
Not so long ago, during the national campaign which re-
sulted in the unprecedented and overwhelming majority ac-
corded to our illustrious president, there arose bigots like Ed-
mondson, and organizations which had for their only and sole
basis of existence the inculcation of hatred towards their fellow
men. Even we in Florida had men of this ilk among us. Yet
the citizenry of Florida last November at the polls expressed
their disapproval in terms so definite and unmistakable that
we ha.ve heard nothing more from them.
And yet it is hard to believe that once again the ugly
spectre of terrorism has reared its head among us. Just a little
more than a month ago, during the wee hours of the night, the
store of Mack Roth on one of the most prominent business
streets of Daytona Beach, was broken into, acid poured on the
entire stock of merchandise and the entire assets of this leading
merchant completely destroyed.
Ordinarily one would attribute such an incident to the work
of morons and those bordering on insanity. Yet, we cannot but
pause to consider when some of the leading papers in the state
begin to attribute a portion of this vandalism to the religious
beliefs of the victim. The Jewish Floridian holds no brief for
the political actions or career of Mack Roth. In fact, it appears
that our political and social philosophies of life do not coincide.
Yet, Mack Roth has been one of the leading factors in the de-
velopment of Daytona Beach. He has been an active worker
for the Jewish community of that city. He has been active in
the B'nai B'rith of Daytona Beach. It cannot be gainsaid that
Mack Roth is a citizen of Florida, and as such, regardless of his
political beliefs, irrespective of his religious faith, is entitled
to the protection of his property and life.
We of Florida cannot for a moment permit gangsterism
and vandalism of this type to exist. If it does, then while Mack
Roth may have been the victim yesterday, you and I may be-
come the sufferers of similar events tomorrow.
Florida is just in the making. The entire world has its
eyes upon us. We depend in great part on the rest of the coun-
try for our prosperity.
And so we come to what to us, is the crux of the situation.
The vested law enforcement authorities of Florida or its polit-
ical subdivisions cannot be made responsible for the prevention
of such events. They can, and they must be held for the
PUNISHMENT OF THE PERPETRATORS of such dastardly
events. It is indeed a travestyon justice, it is a blot which will
make itself felt on the welfare of Florida, to permit gangsters
to pet away with crimes of this kind. Certainly we must real-
ize that the law-enforcement officials of Florida and of Daytona
Beach are either lax in their carrying out of the law, or per-
haps have some sinister motive in their failure to find and pun-
ish the guilty ones.
We speak not only as Jews, but as citizens of Florida. The
failure to locate and punish the guilty ones will react upon all of
Florida citizenry. We have faith in the splendid governor of
this state and we believe that Governor Cone will leave no stone
unturned so that all of the world may realize and know that
FLORIDA MAINTAINS BEYOND ANY PERADVENTURE
OF DOUBT THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS AND
PROPERTY OF ALL ITS INHABITANTS.
Page Three
FLOWERGRAMS on Palestine flower day
BUY A FLOWER
TO BUY LAND
TO REDEEM
THE LAND OF ISRAEL
"Palestine ia Erelz Israel to
the Extent that Its Soil is the
Land of Israel" will be the
message of a Zionist volunteer
mips to the American Jewish
public on the occasion of Pales-
tine Flower Day, which will be
observed in scores of communi-
ties in all parts of the United
States on Sunday, June 6, itndi I
the auspices of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
The active workers of American
Zionism of all parties and groups,
including the membership of
many youth organizations and
students of Hebrew schools, will.
on that day. offer to passers-by
on the streets of many Ameri-
can cities, a "Palestine Flower"'
and invite a contribution to the
Jewish National Fund. The pro-
ceeds will be applied, as they
have been for the past 35 years,
to the fulfilment of the land ac-
quisition program of the Jewish
National Fund which is devoted
to the purchase of Palestine's
Boll as national and inalienable
property.
PLAIN TALK
THE PATIENT GIVES A SPEECH
By AL SEGAL
Since no one has invited me to
address the Central Conference of
American Rabbis l Reform) at Co-
lumbus. Ohio, this week, 1 feel
obliged to use the facilities of this
column for that purpose.
As I understand it. the Rabbis'
Conference troubles itself witli us,
the laymen, with what to do about
us, with our sickly Jewish spirits,
with the matter of our future; for
at times it seems we haven't long
to live.
It is. indeed, a consultation of
the reverend doctors on the body
of Israel. Consultations always
have looked like humiliating or
deals to me. There lies the help-
less patient. The doctors poke
ringers into his ribs, pinch his feet
to discover what life still is in
them, lift his eye-lids. To these
assaults on his dignity the patient
has nothing to say ... a guinea
pig!
Cut ibis time the patient sud-
denly sits up in bed and gives a
speech: Reverend Doctors! May
I address yen briefly? You make
me listen lo yon for 3D minutes in
a stretch and there is no escape
for mo; I must -it through pa-
tiently and respectfully (in out
ward semblance) to the end of the
sermon. Hut I am not one to it,
dulge in cruel reprisals. My speech
shall be only as lone as this
column.
I, the Reform Jew, really do feel
quite sick, and If it weren't for
Hitler I might fold up and die.
Hitler has been a life-giving stimu-
lant for me. In times when there
is no Jewish flame left In me and
I am feeling very cold, I get hot
again on account of Hitler.
"Hitler," I read, "has done this
to the Jews" or "Hitler has done
that." Then my wrath runs like
a refreshing torrent through every
vein of my sick body and I feel
like a flaming Jew.
I know I shoudn't say it, but
sometimes 1 feel 1 owe something
to Hitler for keeping me warm and
alive and helping me to fulfill my
status as an immortal man.
Yet even in those moments of
exaltation (when Hitler Is burning
me) I am suddenly beset by ap-
prehensions. You know how it is
with a Jew. In the hour of pleas-
tire he remembers his pains; and
even in the ecstatic instant of
wedding he breaks a glass under-
fool to remind himself of the .rash
of the temple in Jerusalem. A Jew
Is never entirely happy.
So i (even as I am hot with Hit
ler) nun my mind to the future:
What will become of me when there
is no more Hitler and there is no
one to gel firea under me to k< ep
me warm? What. If we come at
I :i world in which no anti-
Semite is left, and everybody loves
ii .' What of my peer Jewish bones
which gel so quickly cold without
stimulation? Who and what will
kei p me warm then?
Yes, reverend doctors, I am a
sick man; and what are you going
to do about me? Except in those
times when Hitler is running full
through my blood I have no Jew-
ish pulse; only then and or. Yom
Kippur do I feel strong. But even
on Yom Kippur. when the day has
waxed toward late afternoon, the
spirit runs away from the holy
things of the temple and 1 get cold
again.
Then I ask myself: What can
be the matter with me? My father
sits all day in the orthodox syna-
gogue and at dusk his only regret
Is that it's all over so soon. I fol-
low impatiently the slow-moving
hands of my watch to the moments
when the rabbi, making a happy
end of the whole matter, will raise
his arms to give me the farewell
blessing.
Oh. I sigh, perhaps what I need
Is an injection of Orthodoxy. Re-
freshed by Orthodoxy the old men
remain vigorous Jews to the end
of their days. They don't need
Hitler to keep them warm: they
we.e warm in all the years before
Hitler. Yes, perhaps that is what,
my languishing spirit require :
Orthodoxy.
But would I take Orthodoxy if
you gave it to me? Orthodoxy, I
say to myself, is like the old hone-
stead of my youth. I like to look
;it it sentimentally, but would I
live In it again? I have become
accustomed to steam heat and in-
light and all the easy comforts of
(Continued Next Week)
Strictly
Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
HADASSAH PRESIDENT WEDS
New York (WNS) The 15,000
members of Junior Hadassah will
have to call their national presi-
dent, Mildred Frances Murnick of
Philadelphia, by her new name,
Mrs. Benjamin Welnrach, acquired
as a result of her marriage here to
Benjamin Welnrach of Philadel-
phia. The couple will make their
home In Philadelphia.
News In the Making
Sholom Asch la slated to get an
honorary degree from the Jewish
Institute of Religion ... He will
be the first Yiddish writer to be
so honored There's a wild
scramble on for the Job of na-
tional comniander-in-chief of the
Jewish War Veterans Among
the candidates are Maxwell Cohen
of Boston, Dave Coyne of Hoboken
and Morris Mendelson and J.
David Delman of New York .
Stephen S. Wise is a candidate
to succeed himself as president
of the Zionist Organization of
America Lord Melchett had a
private audience with President
Roosevelt ... Of all Jewish visitors
from abroad. Melchett is perhaps
the first known to have given the
'.urn's rush to ail reporters and
photographers seeking interviews
and pictures But we have to
credit him with bringing to our
shores two expressions which we
recommend for adoption One
is the designation of what we a .
wont to call the shah shah type of
Jew as the O. T. I., or, to spell it
out, the Order of Trembling Israe-
lites*. The other is a phrase
eminently suitable for the purposes
of fundraisers approaching pros-
pective donors: 'Are you Schnor-
rable?" Rabbi Joachim Prlnz,
formerly Berlin's leading rabbi, will
settle permanently in the United
States Chicago is going to in-
augurate a new Jewish center in
the Fall as an annex to Congrega-
tion Anshe Emet, Solomon Gold-
man's synagogue Incidentally,
Dr. Goldman, who Is on his way
to South Africa, will be the fifth
American and the first clergyman
to fly from Southampton to Cape-
town Al Strelsin, who recently
fley from Palestine to Rome, is
due back in America soon with an
economic scheme for Palestine
which will make official Zionist
circles sit up.
We're Asking
What was the mysterious meet-
ing of Jewish bigshots In New
York's swanky Harmonie Club last
... Is it true that a Jew-
ish congressman is considering B
libel suit against a certain AnglO-
Jewlsh weekly. Why did Sholoi i
As ii threaten to walk out of a
Je Ish mass meeting at Worcester,
Mass.. when he learned that he
was to share speaking honors with
a distinguished Christian who has
done much for Palestine Does
Meyer Levin know that a Chicago
Jewish lady is thinking of suing
him for libel because she believes
she recognizes herself in the tribu-
lations of one of the characters
in his book. "The Old Bunch?"...
What was talked about at that
8ecret pow-wow between Lord
Melchett and the highest hierarchy
of American Zionist leadership?
What happened to Max Schmel-
ing's tour?
It's a Fact
The two partners of James Mur-
(Continued on Page 6)



Pace Four
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Friday, May 28, 1937
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Political Briefs
M H.ce. a resident of Mi-
Beach (or more than :
OM of tl: tive rea.-
and builders there, is asking
re-election to the City Council of
mi Beach, of which he ha? been
a member for more than IK y-
He points to a record w..i h has
a distinzui-hed for unselfish
devotion to the public's inter
thorough regard for
pockets of the taxpayers. He
.. knowledge of r.
affairs which is invaluable to the
Of Miami Beach and whi.
needed at this time because of the
. .us development now going
He has been a member of the
toe, Masons. Scottish R te and
other numerous civic and (rate!
to re-
mo vemer.

-
problem i
friei
record of Mr Hice to both public
and private life.
R. W. Boh Ralal o, a member
of theCii Ml
was first ele ted to the office more |
than four years ago. then re-elected
in 1934. He is now a candidate
f re-election to the office on the
record of service for the welfare |
of the general community during j
his term of office. "I propose, if
re-elected, to continue along the j
lines which I have followed during
my terms in office, I have a".I
worked for an efficient administra-
tion and a sound government, and
co operation wirh our various civic
organizations. I am -.ind
all necessary improvements for the |
betl and advancement of
M ami Beach alw I?e"
tary mean- I <-.'.. -.ire.
stand for rlfM action of the
excellent financial standing the
is now er.;oyinz. Mr. Ralston
i- one of the most i 'tors
in Miami Beach and affiliated wit*
numerous civic and fraternal or-
ganizations.
Benja in Cohen, candidate for
the City Council of Miami B-
RE-ELECT
is advancing his candidacy upon
an independent platform which de-
cries the employment of non-resi-
dents in all of the municipal serv-
i. es. and which advocates imme-
diate improvement of the sanita-
tion and sewerage systems at thi
Mr. C attorneys in this area,
has been a resident of Miami Beach
U years, and haa at all times
been active in civic matters, and
particularly those matters concern-
!- v.-:-. citizenry.
bom in New York I
and ll a graduate of Duque?:.
lege and ike's Law School. He
is a member of Congregation Beth
Jacob or Miami Beach and i
:: the Ma
ne Club and the Mi-
ami I League.
for the City Council of Miami ] re-election on hi.record, ofunsel-
Beach, is a well known real estate
broker with offices at 611 CcfliM
avenue, and has lived in Miami
for 17 years and a winter
or for more than 3u years.
Mr. Wheeler owns his home at
Collins avenue, the Wheeler
Apart.nents on Collins and busi-
properties in downtown HI
fish devotion to the city's interests.
James W. Boykta, better known
as Jimmy Boykin. a candidat- for
Council of Miami Beach,
in in Atlanta. Being educated in the public
schools there, he attended the Uni-
versity of Georgia. University of
[Illinois and the John B. Stetson
ami. Mr. Wheeler was pr ,,,
of the Wheeler & Johns Machine H? the arm>- transport
IS Niagara rV.ls. N. V.
He tu born is Toronto. 11
ell. better known to
his m.-.
is in the ra
of Miami H the ir.
of hi- many fri-nds. Doc Gravea
came to Miami Beach in 1023 from
w. Va he di-
Pederai
tic Bureau for six
He ha d and operated the
tl Miami :
since hi.- arrival here and has es-
tablished a reputation for honesty
and ability that has never been
. ,ned. He has been pr-
and a member of the executive
council of the Miami Beach Lions
Club, the executive council of the
Dade County Boy Scouts, of the
Florida A. A. U.. Miami Beach pub-
licity council, the Rod and Reel
Cub. Greater Miami diamondball
arbitration board and numerous
nal organi-
K and busi-
ness i the
Mrtment
-; a
"

' rid War. was
of pea..
Mr. -or of the Flor-
- dei-
ternal revenue.
West and later
a Ciub. Miami office: chair-
. Florida delegation of
Mr. Wheeler Is ca nation of
a platform of a c: mocratic Clubs; a mem-
*> *# national speakers"

Democratic cam-
fairs. He eat of the first
of Florida, and a
er of the Miami
- of Commerce.
John Le q w has the agency-
Council of Miami Beach toe ... Mutual Insurance
for election to the City Cool
nl Beach. Cos
Beach in 1312. he ;. 3pable and reliable perform-
first men to raaliaa die V of c, councll.
ties of this area ind began -
work which resul- -*" to the peoples interests
He was can of ""~~ ~~~~~
the first company to pump B11
interests of all of Mia -- -
II elected he promises an hon-

idate
from the bay to de pres-
ent City of Miami Be
! here.
the Firestone esra:e. Mr Le
mncfl he i
vtng hon-
md i M viedge
it munld rank3 him
timing -he beat on
manv friends ur-
RE ELECT
HARRY | HICE
TO THE
CITY
COUNCIL
OF
MIAMI
BEACH
ON HIS RECORD OF
ACHIEVEMENT
(Paid Political Ad)
TO THE
CITY
COUNCIL
OF
MIAMI
BEACH
(Paid Political Ad)
TO THE
CITY
COUNCIL
OF
MIAMI
BEACH
and Continue an Able
Administration of
City Affairs
(Paid Political Ad)
MR
CITY
COUNCILMAN
OF
MIAMI
BEACH
"He Has a Record of True
and Faithful Service in
the People's Interest."
(Paid Political Adv)
*>
VOTE FOR
Herbert
A. Frink
"I Mil OF
TIE PEOPLE"
FOR
CITY
COUNCIL
OF
MIAM
BEACH
(Paid Political Ad)


Friday, May 28, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page F1t
Society
Farr Engagement
li Announced
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Irene to Mr. Milton Schles-
singer, son of Mrs. Ruth Schles
singer of New York and Wood-
mere, L. I., the wedding to be an
event of August. Miss Fan- has
been active in local radio and mu-
sical circles for a number of years
and has been one of the most popu-
lar girls in the younger Jewish set
of this area.

At the annual picnic of the pupils
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Tal-
mud Torah and Sunday school last
Sunday at Hollywood Casino prizes
for athletic contests and games I
were won by Irving Berger, Harold
Berkowltz, Phyllis Shulman, Billy
Label, Thelrna Berger, Ronald Pal-
lot, Donald Berkowitz, Madeline
Shulman, Rosalyn Morris and Mel-
vin Morris. Refreshments were
served all the guests, Including the
adults who attended by a commit-
tee representing the Ladies Aux-
iliary of th congregation, consist-
ing of Mesdames Nathan Adelman,
\;i I Blumberg. J. L. Shochet and
Messrs. H. M. Drevlch and N. Adel-
man.
tionally fine financial standing
throughout the country.
Rabbi Leave*
For Wedding
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion left Thursday morning for
Passaic, N. J., where he will offi-
ciate at the wedding of his sister
Saturday night. He will return to
Miami Monday morning.

Jewish Women Wanted
For Companion*
There is a demand in this area
for Jewish women of character able
to act as companions for splendid
women; they will obtain a fine
home and moderate recompense. A
call to The Jewish Floridian will
be appreciated.

Baby Daughter
Born to Bains
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bain are
receiving congratulations on the
birth of a baby daughter last May
16. The baby will be called Irma
Ruth. Mother and baby are rest-
ing nicely.
Political Briefs
T. \V. Palmer, known to thou-
sands as "Tub" Palmer, is a na-
tive of Fernandlna, Fla., and came
to this section in 1930 and has been
a resident of Miami Bench since
1930. In 1925 he helped build the
Columbus Hotel. He helped fi-
nance the construction of the Vene-
tian Way and developed the Sun-
set Isles originally. He is presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Liquor
Dealers Association and active in
the communal affairs of Miami
Beach. He is seeking election as
a member of the City Council o
Miami Beach, urging free addi-
tional bathing beaches, another
ocean front park, civil service for
employes of the city, street im-
provements planning and certified
registrations to prevent election
frauds. He Is being supported by
many of the prominent citizens of
the community.

Winner* In the recent May Queen contest of Junior Hada*ah
were, reading from left to right: Josephine Kolman, representing
Y. M. H. A., econd; Evelyn Mark*, representing the Junior Y. M.
H A flrsf Ida Englerof Beth David, third. Miss Engler was chosen
president and Miss Kolman, secretary of the Y. W. H. A. this week.
Manns Leaves
For New York
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann left
by auto for New York City, where
they will attend the wedding of
Mrs. Mann's sister. Mr. Philip
Berkowltz accompanied them and
will spend several weeks in New
York and Baltimore on a combined
business and pleasure trip.
* *
To Visit Daughter In Cleveland
Mrs. Max Weinberger left last
week to visit her daughter in Cleve-
land, Ohio. She will also visit
other relatives and friends In the
North before returning home.
Seeking re-election*to the City
Council of Miami Beach is William
Burbridge.
Born in Jacksonville in 1886, he
was educated in the public schools
there. In 1913 he was elected
county commissioner of Duval
County and later re-elected for the
same office. Since coming to Mi-
ami Beach, he has been active In
real estate and became a large
property owner in this city. He
was first elected to the City Coun-
cil In 1932 and again in 1934, and
during his nearly five years of
service has established an enviable
record for efficiency and attention
to the affairs of the city. Despite
the time taken by his numerous
business interests, he has always
been found in the foremost of those
taking part in the civic and com-
munal life of Miami Beach. He is
one of those who has received much
commendation for the reduction of
the city's taxes and Its excep-

. ELECT -
BEN COHEN
AS YOUR
COUNCILMAN
FOR
MIAMI BEACH
RE-ELECT
JOHN
LEVI
- ELECT -
R. W.
'BOB'
RALSTON
TO THE
CITY COUNCIL
OF
MIAMI BEACH
ON HIS RECORD OF
TRUE AND FAITHFUL
SERVICE
IN THE
PEOPLE'S INTEREST
(raid Political Adv.)
IS OUR HEAD
IN THE SAND??
Are we sticking our head in the
sand like an ostrich and saying
"It can't happen here?" North-
ern gangsters move in on Miami
Beach in December and in June
there's a vote fraud attempt re-
vealed! Run the gangsters out
and KEEP THEM OUT.
VOTE FOR



TUB PALMER
A MAN OF INTEGRITY -
HONESTY AND INITIATIVE
(Paid Political Adv.)
JAMES M. RUIN
TO THE
CITY COUNCIL
TO THE
CITY COUNCIL
TO THE
CITY COUNCIL
OF
OF
MIAMI BEACH
HE IS HONEST, CAPABLE
AND RELIABLE
(Paid Political Adv.)
MIAMI BEACH
AND CONTINUE THE
PHENOMENAL PROGRESS
OF*MIAMI BEACH
(Paid Political Adv.)
OF
MIAMI BEACH
AND INSURE A
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
OF CITY AFFAIRS
FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL
(Paid Political Adv.)
CHARLES F.
WHEELER
FOR
MIAMI BEACH
CITY COUNCIL
(Paid Political Adv.)
SA


Page 8lx
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
mamL
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
May 81, Junior "Y" meeting and
social; Tuesday, June 1, Y. W. H.
A. meeting and v-ultural program;
Wednesday, June 2, annual election
of Y. If. H. A. and added treat;
Thursday, June 3, Boy Scout Troop
6, meeting starting at 7:30 p. m.;
Saturday, June 5, open house for
everyone; Sunday, June 6, wed-
ding of Al Reisman and Pearl
Roberts.
How about celebrating Memorial
lay. Sunday, May 80, with the Y.
M. H. A. at the dance and frolic
lor the diamondhall team at the
beautiful Merry Go Round, 8700
Biscayne boulevard? The nominal
admission of 40 cents should en-
courage sales, especially with the
entire proceeds going direct to the
diamondball team for equipment,
etc. Manage to purchase your
ticket In advance from any mem-
ber of the team if interested in
aiding this fund. Ja< k Al
prietor Of the Merry Co Round,
-' i ured an outstanding orcbi
plus a number of talented enter-,
tainers to Insure your enjoyment.
Get a party together and at-1
ti nd this worthwhile affair.
Congratulations are still pouring
In on the election of Mr. Pallor as
president. Now for the election of
co-operating officers and the "Y"
will really go far in setting an ex-
ample that the Jews of this com-
munity may well be proud of. The
annual elections will be held Wed-
nesday, June 2. An additional
treat is in store for all attending.
You have until the night of elec-
tions to pay dues and participate
in the voting. Fifty seven members
were nominated to fill the 12 vacan-
cies, Which means p-l-enty of action.
At a special meeting of the board
of directors the following new mem-
bers were accepted: Leon Elkin.
Samuel J. Rand. Max Belin. Morton
C. Fromberg, William Friedman,
Nathan Adelman, H. M. Drevich.
Harry Seitlin, L. Grossberg, Her-
bert E. Scher, Leon Lieberman,
David Whitman, Sam Farkas and
Gilbert J. Levy.
Strictly
Confidential
(Continued from Page 3)
ray, counsel for Fritz Kuhn,
fuehrer of the Nazis in America,
are non-Aryans Francesco von
Mendelssohn, great-grancrson of
Felix MendelaaohB-BarthoMjr, the
composer whose srorks verbo-
ten in Nsiilsnd. -
short visit to G
ropa ... 7 | ~ -
coronation ceremony Anti-
Fasci8ts in Denmark are worried
because the closest personal
friend of Crown Prince Frederik is
Count Knutb, Danish Nazi leader
. The New Zionist Organization
(Revisionists) have started their
own news bulletin It's called
Zionews and sends out stuff fort-
nightly in Hebrew, English, French.
Russian and German Jews in
[ the audience were requested to
leave the Berlin Opera House just
before the curtain went up when
the management was infonnd that
Hitler was coming Now that
Maxim Litvinoif is making a diplo-
matic tour of Europe for his gov-
ernment we note an epidemic of
red faces among those who recently
averred he was on the verge of be-
ing canned.
Getting Personal
If you like the crooning of
Wood, remember that his
name was Ixtuis Rappaport when
a tain of Yale's swimming
Roosevelt's recent visit to the Lone
Star State Jake, who was com-
mander of the local unit of the
Texas marines, was entrusted with
the Job of being the President's
personal body-guard while he was
in Galveston Spinoza Is the
favorite author of Signius Wilhelm
Paul Knudsen, new president of
General Motors Hollywood is
beginning to inject Jews as lovable
characters in some of its new pic-
tures But it won't screen n
certain Broadway hit because it's
too Jewish Irving Strauss,
Buffalo optometrist, claims that a
blonde at the wheel of an automo-
bile after dark is more dangerous
than a brunette.
Friday, May 28, 1937
him to the City Council with the
largest majority ever given a can-
didate."
Pledges People's
Administration
Candidate Points
To His Record
and th star of its champion- an at,ive wo,ke'-
More congratulations are in or-
der. At the annual elections of
'he Y. W. 11. A, Miss Ida Kngler
was elected president; Miss Rosa-
lynd Friedman, i dent; Al-
berta Tannerbaum, corresponding
-' retarj : Ji d< Karasik, record-
'*- bine Kolman.l
Rul .
Mi .1 > \' .

Bhlndell,
n a, I larl Ea ,
'''"' VIrs, Moll; .\ and
Mis. Lubel.
r.i fr< mi nts we e served by
Mis. Jules Wilson, Mrs. Jack
and Mrs. Sal Blumberg. A
-"'ial hour folli ed with the
elected officers shared in
the linieli:
At this writing the "Y" diamond-
ball t'. :i in first : lace with
their initial victory over the
Shriners to their credit. By :1p'
time you read this they will have
mter< d the Marne a. C. team,
who were their nemesis of last
year in the Beach Lague. Manager
Aaron Weinkle is devoting a great
deal of effort in rounding the team
into a real contender for the title.
Joe V
-
boat -
i
tory He's real
it an.:
nary investigation ... If t'.-.e files
of a certain government '
ment in Washington were
public they would reveal some sen-
sational data on Nazi and Fa
activities hereabouts None of
the Jews mentioned as prospective
candidates for Judge Van Devan-
lers place on the Supreme Court
will get the job unless Brandeis or
Cardozo resigns Tammany Hall
Is still breaking its neck looking
for a mayoralty candidate who can
deprive La Guardia of some of his
Jewish support Some of the
Tammany bigwigs think Sam Levy
Is the man.
Via Short Wave
Fannie Hurst has been quietly
spending some time in Palestine
looking over the situation The
only reason Premier Leon Blum
won't resign, as he wants to, is j
Mrs. Blum She has postponed j
an urgently needed operation so
that she can keep an eye on her
premier-husband ... A German
"volunteer" serving in Franco's
Spanish army wrote to the Nazi
paper, Tagespost, blaming the
Jews for Franco's recent defeats
. The volunteer "discovered"
that a number of German Jews
posing .is Aryans joined the Ger-
man "volunteers" in Spain and
d the 1
with Franco's military sei .
e recent tourists arriving
in Pali was Bernard Ru t,
Nazi minister of culture vis-
ouni Bai tuel (Sir Herbert Sam-
In i ase you've forgotten) has
. completed a bonk call* d "Relief
and Art loii" which hi oti during
'.o years of enforced al
from public life .. The most popu-
!.ii an In London dun:.
n was Stefan i.iuauer, corre-
spondent Of the Polish Telep.
Agi n v. who, in his capai Ity as
presldenl of tii .\- o latlon
Foreign I' I In char.
distributing press tickets for the
(Continued from Page 1)
for the
ltd polo team in V.IJ-. ami
Federal Judge clarence
New York idon't let
you. he's one of us.
his son, Clarence E..
wed ; nee E. Mattiessen in
the Presbyterian Church at arri-
- -V. Y, Malaga, the Spanish
controlled by the Fascists, got
its name from the Hebrew word for
salt, "malach" lira. Marlon
Tewfik is suing for annulment of
her marriage because she learned
that her husband was a Moham-
medan and not a Jew after the
wedding Don't let the long-
drawn-out debate over the Supreme
Court reform faze you The Sen-
ate battled for more than four
months over the confirmation of
Brandeis to the court in 1316 .
Jack Goldberg of Texas City.
Texas, will never forget President
com-
and
bined United J.-wish Appea
.1. D. C. drives in this area.
Establishing a reputation for
fearlessness, independent action,
and a zeal for the public's welfare,
Mr. Meyer, on his election to the
City Council, soon became one of
its most valuable members. Tip-
people re-elected him for a four-
year term following his first two-
year term as a reward for his serv-
ice. One of the prominent Jewish
residents of Miami Beach said, "If
the Jewish voters want to be rep-
resented by one of their own peo-
ple who will at the same time carry
the respect of everyone, regardless
of race or creed, because of his
known ability and integrity, they
will rally to the support of Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, and will return
A second call was issued to the
Jews of this community for their
much-needed financial help In rais-
ing the necessary funds to consum-
mate the purchase recently made of
our present home.
Every dollar received will be
used to improve the grounds and
purchase the necessities needed to
beautify the property. It is your
solemn duty as a good Jew to do
your part to put this drive over
the top.
Schedule of events: Monday,

THE MIAMI BEACH
KOSHER MAKET
327 COLLINS AVENUE
IRVIN GORDON
and HAROLD PONT
ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THEIR
PURCHASE OF
ROSEDALE
DELICATESSEN
and RESTAURANT
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
where they will be happy to continue the
splendid service for which this store
is justly known.
(Continued from Page 1)
"In asking for the support of my
many Jewish friends, I want to re-
mind them that long before I had
any thought in mind of being a
candidate, they knew and found
they could count on me to help
them in every worthwhile civic and
communal cause," said Mr. Frink.
"I ffave never forgotten," con-
tinued Mr. Frink, "the debt all of
Miami Beach owes to its Jewish
citizens for much of the beauty, the
business and the progress of this
remarkable community we are
proud of. "Jewish citizens of Mi-
ami Beach have put their every-
thing, their time, their money, their
work into the development of this
community together with the rest
of the citizenry of Miami Beach.
It is in the same Spirit of co-opera-
tion for the welfare of all the citi-
zenry that I ask the support of my
Jewish friends and the voters of
Miami Beach," said Mr. Frink.
FRANK WOLKOWSKY
18 N. E. FIRST AVE.
"EVERYTHING IN FOOD"
REAL DELICIOUS HOME-COOKED MEALS'
Camp Wohelo for Girls
85 mile, from Washington. D. C; 60 mil., from
K5a Md-: in the htart sr-ss
BEGINNING JINK 7
WILL CLOSE AT
1 P. M. O'CLOCK
EXCEPTING
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
1 Equip
Equipped to Serve Your Every
Want in Kosher Foods
3
GREAT
CLOTHING
HEADLINERS
Without Equal in the City of
M iam iCompare!
SALE
A Real Bargain for the
Weil-Dressed Man
EIGHTH SEASON
OPENS JULY 1st
information helpful to
you and your daughters,
write or phone
Bertha Berkowich Lew
?62cN|R "<> ?'RECTOR
1625 S. W. 15th Street
MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 34922
GRIFFON
IRISH LINEN
SUITS
A Special Purchase
Only the special co-operation of
Hi" House or orifion enables us
to sell these fine pur.- linen
suits at such a low price.
A $19.50 VALUE
$12.50
GRIFFON
SUITS
Garbardines Worsteds Doeskins
TropicalsOur finest suits dras-
tically reduced for Immediate clear-
anceLimited sizes.
$19.50
$29.50 and $32.00 Values
Men Who Wear
Quality Clothing
HERE IS THE
SPORT PANTS SALE
YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR
FIRST TIME THIS YEAR
GRIFFON
SPORT TROUSERS
Plaids. Checks and Stripe*
Sizes 29 to 44
$10 and $12.50 Value*
$5.50
FRANK WOLKOWSKY
18 N. E. FIRST AVE.


rriday, May 28, 1937
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Pace Seren
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Miami
137 N. E. 19th St.
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
6996 Albacore Drive5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI
One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morn-
ing throughout the year.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
|o----------------------------------------------o
At this Friday evening service,
i May 28, at 8:15 p. m., the annual
'commencement exercises of the
high school department Will be
I held. The graduates have attend-
ed Temple Israel (or the past 11
| years, have ben confirmd in our
temple and their graduation marks
an achievment in the temple's his-
tory. The program of the evening
follows:
Invocation and opening services,
.Mil Menu Roth; reading of the
service, Raymond Cowen; prefa-
tory address, Harriet Levin; Joilia-
nan Ben Zakkai, essay, Melvin
Katz; Saadyah, essay, Marion
Freed; Maimonides, essay, Fred
Bulbin; musical selection, choir;
Spinoza, essay, Celia Dobrin;
Caro, essay, Barbara Neufeld;
class gift presentation, Florence
Coret; presentation of diplomas,
Isaac Levin, president of the con-
gregation; presentation of Torahs,
Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, president
of the sisterhood; Hymn No. 4:
address. Rabbi Zwitman; address,
Rabbi Kaplan; musical selection,
choir; adoration and closing pray-
er. Stanley Davis.
In the graduating class are:
Fred Bulbin, Florence Coret, Ray-
mond Cowen, Stanley Davis, Celia
Dobrin, Marion Freed, Melvin Katz,
Harriet Levin, Barbara Neufeld,
Milllcent Roth and Herbert Simon.
Mrs. Ethel Grossman is teacher of
this class.
A reception for the graduates
will be given in Kaplan Hall after
the services. The public is cor-
dially invited.
BAR MITZVAH
o----------------------------------------------------o
On Saturday morning, May 29, at
11 o'clock( the Bar Mitzvah cele-
bration of Leonard Lewis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, will
take place in the temple audi-
torium. A reception will follow the
Bar Mitzvah, to which the congre-
gation is cordially invited.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
At the closing exercises of the
Religious School to be held this
Sunday morning. May 30, at lo
o'clock, prizes and awards will be
distributed for perfect attendance
and for scholarship. Brief essays,
summarizing the work of the year,
will be read by students represent-
ing the various classes and the
"Class Will" of the graduating
ilass of 1937 will be read to the
assembly. All the children of our
school are urged to attend.
The school picnic will be held on
June 6 at Fort Lauderdale.
Society
Chesed She! Ernes
Names Officers
Members of the Chesed Shel
Ernes Sisterhood listened to reports
of the activities of the organiza-
tion at a well-attended meeting last
Tuesday afternoon in Beth David
Talmud Torah Hall and elected of-
ficers for the coming year. Chosen
for the fourth consecutive term
as president was Mrs. Isidor Cohen,
pioneer Jewish resident of Miami.
Mrs. I. Rosengarten was named
first vice president; Mrs. Morris
Kotkin, second vice president; Mrs.
Sol Schwartz, third vice president;
Mrs. S. Stone, treasurer; Mrs. S.
O. Rose, financial secretary; Mrs.
H. Oliphant, recording secretary,
and Mrs. Carl Press, auditor.
Named for a three-year term on the
board of directors were: Mesdames
J. Engler, M. Badanes and A.
Labovitz; for a two-year term,
Mesdames A. Kaplan, Terry Stein
and W. Blutstein; for a one-year
term, Mesdames E. Gordon, Wil-
liam Clein and M. Rippa. Officers
will be Installed at a luncheon at
the Palatial Kosher Restaurant
Monday,-May 31, at 12 noon. In
%JoGUST BROslJ^
J* I* the BEST?___^
White Oak Leather
LADIES' HEELS......16c
HALF SOLES............50c
ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP
240 N. E. First Avenue
Opp. Cortex Hotel
charge of arrangements are Mes-
dames J. Engler, W. Blutstein and
Sol Schwartz. Mrs. B. Felman will
be toastmistress. Mrs. Mickey
Lubln will be in the installing of-
ficer. Reservations should be
made with the Palatial Kosher
Restaurant immediately.

Cultural Meeting
Is Held Here
Several hundred people attended
the meeting sponsored by Greater
Miami Jewish organizations at
Kaplan Hall last Monday night.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman presided.
Among those who spoke were Mrs.
Hurry Grossman, chairman of the
arrangements committee; Mr. Har-
ry Zukernick, chairman of the
Greater Miami Shekel Board;
Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman of
the Greater Miami Zionist District,
who made an appeal for the pur-
chase of Shekolim; Rabbi Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan and the guest
speaker of the evening, Rev. Del-
man J. Kuykendal, minister of the
Plymouth Congregational Church.
Taking part on the musical pro-
gram were Mrs. Hannah Spiro
Asher in organ selections. Prof.
Leo Portnoft and Harriet Maconel,
who was accompanied at the piano
by Mana-Zucca, noted composer
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
1764 N. W. 36th St.
Closed Saturdays. Ph. --till
:-:
>:
BOBBINS ROOFING SHEET
METAL WORKS
Inspection and Estimates Free
HI N. W. Ntt St. PhM> M7M
m>:mmy.mm>.mmy.
and planiste. Following the formal
program refreshments were served
in Kaplan Hall.

Beth David
Plans Picnic
Beth David will hold the annual
picnic for Its Sunday school and
Talmud Torah at Hollywood Casino
next Sunday, May 30, beginning at
9:30 o'clock. Those desiring trans-
portation are to report In front of
Beth David Talmud Torali not later
than S:45 a. m. Games and ath-
letic contests will be held during
the day In charge of Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers, and prizes will be
awarded to the winners. The Sis-
terhood of lieth David will pro-
vide goodies for the pupils and
Mrs. J. Engler will head the ar-
rangements committee directing
the affair.

Rabbi To Leave
For Vacation
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will
leave for their annual vacation
next Monday morning, May 30, to
be gone about two months. They
will visit Toledo, Ohio, and New
York. Rabbi Shapiro will also at-
tend the Zionist Convention at Buf-
falo the latter part of June,
e e a
Summer Adult Classes
Will Continue
Free English classes for adults
will continue this summer at the
Central Beach Elementary School,
Washington avenue at 14th street.
according to an announcement ot
the Central Beach P.-T. A. All
persons interested should enroll be-
fore June 1 at the principal's of-
fice, or telephone 5-3727. An eve-
ning class will also be started if
enough enroll.

Zionists Meet
To Name Delegates
As we go to press an important
meeting of the local Zionist Dis-
trict is being held at Beth David
Talmud Torah. Delegates to the
Zionist Convention to be held in
Buffalo on June. 26 will be chosen.

Synagogue Holds
Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of Beth
David Congregation for election of
officers for the coming year was
held last night as the Jewish Flo-
ridian went to press. Full details
will appear in our next issue.

Talmud Torah
Continues Classes
Beth David Talmud Torah will
continue its sessions during the en-
tire summer months under the di-
rection of Its teacher, Mr. Fried-
man, according to announcement
by Rabbi Max Shapiro.

Out-of-Town Visitors
Are Entertained
Mrs. Samuel Gurss of G16 W. 51st
street, Miami Beach, was host at
luncheon in honor of her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Herman Gurss, and Mrs.
Harry Crystal, both of Cleveland,
Ohio, last Tuesday in Louis' Grill,
Miami Beach. The tables were
specially decorated for this event
and mementoes were presented the
guests of honor.

K
Florida Pioneer
Laid to Rest
David Aronovitz, pioneer Flo-
ridian and leading .lew and citizen
in the history of Key West, died
here last Saturday following an ill-
ness of several years.
One of the first Jewish settlers
in South Florida, he came i" Key
West more than 60 years ago. He
became active in the communal life
of Key West, and realizing the ne-
cessity for preserving*Jewish Ideals
lie founded the B'nai Zlon Congre-
gation and was its president until
four years ago when he retired be-
cause of illness. He helped estab-
lish the cemetery, and it was due
in great measure to his efforts that
the Key West community employed
a Chazan. teacher and Bhoched,
even though the Jewish community
grew smaller. He was known for
his hospitality to all people, re-
gardless of race and creed, and con-
tributed liberally whenever called
on. In 1905 he threw open the
doors of his department store and
called on the hurricane sufferers
to help themselves to whatever
they needed. The Cuban popula-
tion of Key West called him
"Martini" patriot.
Funeral services were held at
his Key West home from where
Synagogue, where the Rev. S. Malk,
s...
ACATION
*' lachonuilie's Leadino Hole I'
^<^7*V>v. Zrn>
spiritual head of the Key West
Jewish community, delivered a
eulogy and chanted the Kol Molay
Rachmim. Final commital services
were held at the graveside.
Mr. Aronovitz leaves surviving
him the widow. Mrs. Katie Arono-
witz; six sons, Dr. Samuel Arono-
witz. prominent physician ot Mi-
ami: Abe Aronowitz, former city
solicitor of Miami and prominent
communal worker here; Isidore,
Morris and Juck of Miami and
Charles of Key West; two brothers,
Morris of Brooklyn and Jake of
Kay West, and lo grandchildren.
*
University Student
Returns Home
Miss Harriet Tobin. a student at
lite Florida State College for
Women at Tallahassee, returned to
the city to spend the summer with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Tobin of Miami Beach.

Beach Store To Have
Summer Schedule
Announcement is made that the
Miami Beach Kosher Market, one
of the most popular complete food
stores on the Beach, will close each
day beginning June 7 at 1 p. m.
o'clock: will remain open all day
Thursday and Saturday. The
kosher meat department will open
at sundown on Saturday.


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Paee Eight
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, May 28, lM



Jacksonville Notes
Mrs, Robert M. Travis of At-
lanta was the principal speaker at
the donors' banquet of Senior Ha-
dassah members and guests last
Tuesday evening in the Jewish
Center. Mrs. Travis is the presi-
dent of the Atlanta Chapter of
Hadassah and has been an ardent
worker and one of the leading Zion-
ists In the community.
Mrs. Sam Weiss, chairman of
the donors' fund and of this event,
was assisted by the following spe-
cial committees: Mrs. Herbert
WelSS, printing; Mrs. Ben Stein,
Mrs. Sam Witten, telephone; Mrs.
Louis S. Joel, program; Mrs. A.
Puidy, music; Mrs. David Harris
and .Mrs. Ira Stein, catering; Mrs.
Harry Katz, decorating. Acting as
co-chairman to Mrs. Weiss was
Mrs. Nat Cohen.
Tampa Notes
Seven Tampans are members of
a committee raising funds for the
American Jewish joint distribution
committee which is working for the
relef of Jews In Europe. A quota
of $4,600,"00 has been set. Mem-
bers of the committee are Rabbi
David L. Zlelonka, Hiram Ham-
mer, Sol Jacobs, Ernest Maas,
Julius Maas, Judge M. Henry Cohen
and David Stein.
man, Phil Haimovitz and Sam Ar-
gintar. Messers. I. K. Lubetzky
and Jay Markowitz generously do-
nated the use of their trucks and
men for the occasion.
Daytona Beach
served to the crowd. Everyone
is Invited. Swimming, canoeing,
dancing and games arc on the pro-
gram. The party will leave from
Temple Israel at 10 o'clock Sunday
morning.
Miss Rosilyn Magezis, who be-
came the bride of Phillip Breman
Sunday evening, was feted Tuesday
night by Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz
in the home of the latter in River
Oaks. The guests enjoyed card
games until late in the evening.
Prizes were received by Mrs. Jack
Silverman, Mrs. Oscar Magezis,
Mrs. Louis Katz, Mrs. Arthur Gold-
stein and Miss Lottye Salzman.
The honor guest received a dripo-
later as a memento of the occasion.
At the conclusion of the evening
Ices and iced drinks were served.
Miss Gertrude Lieberman and Miss
Hilda Katz assisted the hostess in
erving.
Mr. and Mrs. if. Haimowitz an-
nounce the birth of a son, Charles,
on Wednesday, May 19, in St.
Luke's Hospital.
The engagement Is announced of
Miss Vivian Altshul of Baltimore,
Md., and Sidney Carasik of Jack-
sonville, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Carasik of this city. The
marriage will be solemnized at 4
o'clock on the afternoon of May 30
In the Madison Avenue Synagogue,
Baltimore.
The Daughters of Israel held
their final dessert bridge party of
the season at the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Center Wednesday aftrnoon.
IM SO
NERVOUS
I COULD
SCREAM
?v5
YOU HAVENT USED
THAT NERVINE
I BOUGHT YOU'
Dr.Miles
MfRVlivf
VAe\ps to RelQk
"Vense Nerves
Do you feel tonSe and keyed-
upt Do the care of the home and
children, the obligation of social
or community life, the worry of
finances, "get on your nerves"?
"NERVES"
May spell the difference be-
tween happiness and misery for
you and your family.
If you are Nervous, Sleepless,
Irritable. Restless, it may be due
to an overwrought nervous con-
dition. If so, you will find Dr.
Miles Nervine a real help.
Your Druggist has Dr. Miles
Nervine both Liquid and Effer-
vescent Tablets. Why not get
a bottle or package and start
taking It today?
Lam bottle or perk age $1.00
Small bottle or package JZ
^*#RVINEj
Y. M. H. A.
In spite of threatening weather
last Sunday, the picnic held at
Temple Terrace was well attend-
ed. The beautiful swimming pool
was the scene of considerable
activity. In addition to swimming,
in which both young and old par-
ticipated, members of the Tampa
Life Savings Corps, including R.
M. Clewis. Jr., M. Itostain and Roy
E. Jenkins, gave a splendid exhi-
bition of life saving.
The ladies of the refreshment
committee were: Mrs. Rose Segall,
Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. I. Cleber-
inanii, Mrs. Joe Abramovitz, Mrs.
H. A. Jenkins, Mrs. H. Peckett and
Mrs. I. Abramovitz. The men's
committee consisted of Dr. J. Leon
Schwartz, A. M. Wolfson, M. D.
Welsman, Sidney Linker, Max E.
Brody, Dr. Fred Lebos, Ben J. Fin-
Rabbl A. S. Klelnfeld announces
thai Friday evening services "ill
continue throughout the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Budethal HJa S(,nn lhis week, "The Week-
have returned after spending some | |y Lessons Scriptures.
time visiting in St. Petersburg,
Tampa and other southern pans
of southern Florida. OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS
TO CONTEST WINNERS
Miss Elizabeth Grus and Irving
Backs of Daytona Beach, accom-
panied by Martin Segal of Jackson-
ville, left by car Monday for Con
nectlcut to be gone about six | in Jewish Cultural and Spiritual
loday that public opinion there
could be mobilized for war against
Germany "within a few hours" u
such a war were pictured as a cru-
sade for a great Ideal, the Institute
of Politics at the University i |!er.
Iln was told by Professor FriedrleJ
Schoenemann, who has ju_t te.
turned from a tour of the Inked
State*. Professor Schoenemann
who recently wrote a magazine ar-
ticle in which he said President
Roosevelt was unfriendly to the
Nazi regime and whose appearance
in Boston four years ago pri
fated a riot, blamed the anti-Nazi
I sentiment on "long continued
New York (WNS)-An essay skiifui an(1 thorough British p,0na'
contest on Jewish Nationalism and j,.,,,,,., plU8i |n recent yearg s
Torah, the Place of (he Yeshiva
Dessert was served at 2 p. m.
followed by an afternoon of bridge.
Mrs. M. Hammerman and Mrs.
M. Ghelerter were co-hostesses.
weeks.
Leo, Sam and Miss Rose Wex-
ler of Palatka were visitors in Day-
tona Beach Sunday.
Miss Sylvia Solden of London,
who had been visiting relatives
Life and Jewish Survival in
America, winners of which "ill be
awarded first year scholarships at
Yeshiva College, was announced
here by the only college of liberal
arts and sciences In the world un-
der Jewish auspices. Five sc tolar-
ships will he given on a regional
here, has gone to New York to basis, two tor Eastern states and
Communist and Jewish propa-
ganda."
The World's
Window
(Continued from Page 1)
visit her brother.
There will be a group picnic at
DeLeon Springs this Sunday. May
J!0, for children of Temple Israel,
their parents, big brothers and sis-
ten and friends, according to an
announcement. Mrs. Louis E.
Goldman is one of the few in
charge and may be telephoned for
reservations. Abe Bronstein is
loaning his truck for those who
have no other transportation. Free
drinks and ice cream will he
few thousand dollars needed to
bring the East European delegates
open"to~al1 students" of .Jewish" re-j here- r ,et a 8"ecial fn ligious schools and other qualified raise<1' A whole American ship can
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New York can be hired. American
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rriday, May 28, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Pace Seren BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL Of Miami 137 N. E. 19th St. Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. 6996 Albacore Drive—5-9875 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI One or both of the Rabbis will be at the Temple every morning throughout the year. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES |oo At this Friday evening service, i May 28, at 8:15 p. m., the annual 'commencement exercises of the high school department Will be I held. The graduates have attended Temple Israel (or the past 11 | years, have ben confirmd in our temple and their graduation marks an achievment in the temple's history. The program of the evening follows: Invocation and opening services, .Mil Menu Roth; reading of the service, Raymond Cowen; prefatory address, Harriet Levin; Joilianan Ben Zakkai, essay, Melvin Katz; Saadyah, essay, Marion Freed; Maimonides, essay, Fred Bulbin; musical selection, choir; Spinoza, essay, Celia Dobrin; Caro, essay, Barbara Neufeld; class gift presentation, Florence Coret; presentation of diplomas, Isaac Levin, president of the congregation; presentation of Torahs, Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the sisterhood; Hymn No. 4: address. Rabbi Zwitman; address, Rabbi Kaplan; musical selection, choir; adoration and closing prayer. Stanley Davis. In the graduating class are: Fred Bulbin, Florence Coret, Raymond Cowen, Stanley Davis, Celia Dobrin, Marion Freed, Melvin Katz, Harriet Levin, Barbara Neufeld, Milllcent Roth and Herbert Simon. Mrs. Ethel Grossman is teacher of this class. A reception for the graduates will be given in Kaplan Hall after the services. The public is cordially invited. BAR MITZVAH o o On Saturday morning, May 29, at 11 o'clock( the Bar Mitzvah celebration of Leonard Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, will take place in the temple auditorium. A reception will follow the Bar Mitzvah, to which the congregation is cordially invited. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL At the closing exercises of the Religious School to be held this Sunday morning. May 30, at lo o'clock, prizes and awards will be distributed for perfect attendance and for scholarship. Brief essays, summarizing the work of the year, will be read by students representing the various classes and the "Class Will" of the graduating ilass of 1937 will be read to the assembly. All the children of our school are urged to attend. The school picnic will be held on June 6 at Fort Lauderdale. Society Chesed She! Ernes Names Officers Members of the Chesed Shel Ernes Sisterhood listened to reports of the activities of the organization at a well-attended meeting last Tuesday afternoon in Beth David Talmud Torah Hall and elected officers for the coming year. Chosen for the fourth consecutive term as president was Mrs. Isidor Cohen, pioneer Jewish resident of Miami. Mrs. I. Rosengarten was named first vice president; Mrs. Morris Kotkin, second vice president; Mrs. Sol Schwartz, third vice president; Mrs. S. Stone, treasurer; Mrs. S. O. Rose, financial secretary; Mrs. H. Oliphant, recording secretary, and Mrs. Carl Press, auditor. Named for a three-year term on the board of directors were: Mesdames J. Engler, M. Badanes and A. Labovitz; for a two-year term, Mesdames A. Kaplan, Terry Stein and W. Blutstein; for a one-year term, Mesdames E. Gordon, William Clein and M. Rippa. Officers will be Installed at a luncheon at the Palatial Kosher Restaurant Monday,-May 31, at 12 noon. In %JoGUST BROslJ^ J* I* the BEST? ^ White Oak Leather LADIES' HEELS 16c HALF SOLES 50c ATLAN1IC SHOE SHOP 240 N. E. First Avenue Opp. Cortex Hotel charge of arrangements are Mesdames J. Engler, W. Blutstein and Sol Schwartz. Mrs. B. Felman will be toastmistress. Mrs. Mickey Lubln will be in the installing officer. Reservations should be made with the Palatial Kosher Restaurant immediately. • • • Cultural Meeting Is Held Here Several hundred people attended the meeting sponsored by Greater Miami Jewish organizations at Kaplan Hall last Monday night. Rabbi Colman Zwitman presided. Among those who spoke were Mrs. Hurry Grossman, chairman of the arrangements committee; Mr. Harry Zukernick, chairman of the Greater Miami Shekel Board; Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist District, who made an appeal for the purchase of Shekolim; Rabbi Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and the guest speaker of the evening, Rev. Delman J. Kuykendal, minister of the Plymouth Congregational Church. Taking part on the musical program were Mrs. Hannah Spiro Asher in organ selections. Prof. Leo Portnoft and Harriet Maconel, who was accompanied at the piano by Mana-Zucca, noted composer DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST 1764 N. W. 36th St. Closed Saturdays. Ph. --till §:-: >: %  BOBBINS ROOFING SHEET METAL WORKS Inspection and Estimates Free HI N. W. Ntt St. PhM> M7M m>:mmy.mm>.mmy. and planiste. Following the formal program refreshments were served in Kaplan Hall. • • • Beth David Plans Picnic Beth David will hold the annual picnic for Its Sunday school and Talmud Torah at Hollywood Casino next Sunday, May 30, beginning at 9:30 o'clock. Those desiring transportation are to report In front of Beth David Talmud Torali not later than S:45 a. m. Games and athletic contests will be held during the day In charge of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, and prizes will be awarded to the winners. The Sisterhood of lieth David will provide goodies for the pupils and Mrs. J. Engler will head the arrangements committee directing the affair. • • • Rabbi To Leave For Vacation Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro will leave for their annual vacation next Monday morning, May 30, to be gone about two months. They will visit Toledo, Ohio, and New York. Rabbi Shapiro will also attend the Zionist Convention at Buffalo the latter part of June, e e a Summer Adult Classes Will Continue Free English classes for adults will continue this summer at the Central Beach Elementary School, Washington avenue at 14th street. according to an announcement ot the Central Beach P.-T. A. All persons interested should enroll before June 1 at the principal's office, or telephone 5-3727. An evening class will also be started if enough enroll. • • • Zionists Meet To Name Delegates As we go to press an important meeting of the local Zionist District is being held at Beth David Talmud Torah. Delegates to the Zionist Convention to be held in Buffalo on June. 26 will be chosen. • • Synagogue Holds Annual Meeting The annual meeting of Beth David Congregation for election of officers for the coming year was held last night as the Jewish Floridian went to press. Full details will appear in our next issue. • • • Talmud Torah Continues Classes Beth David Talmud Torah will continue its sessions during the entire summer months under the direction of Its teacher, Mr. Friedman, according to announcement by Rabbi Max Shapiro. • • • Out-of-Town Visitors Are Entertained Mrs. Samuel Gurss of G16 W. 51st street, Miami Beach, was host at luncheon in honor of her sister-inlaw, Mrs. Herman Gurss, and Mrs. Harry Crystal, both of Cleveland, Ohio, last Tuesday in Louis' Grill, Miami Beach. The tables were specially decorated for this event and mementoes were presented the guests of honor. • • K Florida Pioneer Laid to Rest David Aronovitz, pioneer Floridian and leading .lew and citizen in the history of Key West, died here last Saturday following an illness of several years. One of the first Jewish settlers in South Florida, he came i" Key West more than 60 years ago. He became active in the communal life of Key West, and realizing the necessity for preserving*Jewish Ideals lie founded the B'nai Zlon Congregation and was its president until four years ago when he retired because of illness. He helped establish the cemetery, and it was due in great measure to his efforts that the Key West community employed a Chazan. teacher and Bhoched, even though the Jewish community grew smaller. He was known for his hospitality to all people, regardless of race and creed, and contributed liberally whenever called on. In 1905 he threw open the doors of his department store and called on the hurricane sufferers to help themselves to whatever they needed. The Cuban population of Key West called him "Martini" patriot. Funeral services were held at his Key West home from where Synagogue, where the Rev. S. Malk, s.—.. ACATION lachonuilie's Leadino Hole I' ^<^7*V>v. Zr n > spiritual head of the Key West Jewish community, delivered a eulogy and chanted the Kol Molay Rachmim. Final commital services were held at the graveside. Mr. Aronovitz leaves surviving him the widow. Mrs. Katie Aronowitz; six sons, Dr. Samuel Aronowitz. prominent physician ot Miami: Abe Aronowitz, former city solicitor of Miami and prominent communal worker here; Isidore, Morris and Juck of Miami and Charles of Key West; two brothers, Morris of Brooklyn and Jake of Kay West, and lo grandchildren. • University Student Returns Home Miss Harriet Tobin. a student at lite Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee, returned to the city to spend the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin of Miami Beach. • Beach Store To Have Summer Schedule Announcement is made that the Miami Beach Kosher Market, one of the most popular complete food stores on the Beach, will close each day beginning June 7 at 1 p. m. o'clock: will remain open all day Thursday and Saturday. The kosher meat department will open at sundown on Saturday. [0LE JACKSONVILLE J FLORIDA CARNETT ANDREWS, Mats* ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .< it.ii aiodtm, fireproof hotel in the heart of down, town Jacksonville. Every room with tub end thower, loft water, ceiling fan, radio, flatted fummcr door... Every Bed with inneriprinf vaattrcii and reading lamp. Running icet water on every floor. AIR CONDITIONED COCKTAIL LOUNGE COffEE SHOP DINING AND MEETING ROOMS Rater-Single with FWete Bath 78 Roomi $4.00 80 Roore $.SO 40 Roomi 13.00 24 Room $3.50 10 Sample Room with Private Bath $4 00 — Slight Incrceie for double occupancy — Oil,.. I I PO UND Haul. HOTEL PATTEN % HOIIL DISOTO CK..oo,.. T. T Se..-.> "for Recommendmq DR.MILES NERVINE A nurse writes that she suffered from frequent headaches. Nothing stopped them until a friend recommended DR. MILES NERVINE. She says Nervine stops headaches before they get a good start. Three generations have found DR. MILES NERVINE effective fpr Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervous Irritability, Nervous Indigestion, Headache, Travel Sickness. Get DR. MILES NERVINE at your drug store in liquid or effervescent tablet form. Small bottle or package 25 cents Large bottle or package 11.00 NERVINE (§1 DIRECTORS: RABBI S. WRUBEL MRS. S. WRUBEL For Jewish Boys and Girls CAMPILLAHEE BREVARD, N. C. Situated in the mountains of western North Carolina; elevation, 2,250 feet. Hiking, Swimming, Canoeing. Tennis, Softball, Recreational Games. Under the guidance of trained counsellors. Nurse and doctor on the premises. Wholesome, delightful food with dietary laws observed. Season from June 13 to August 15 at $15.00 per week. Reservations are accepted for any length of time. For Further Information Write to the Director RABBI S. WRUBEL BOX 7252 ASHEVILLE, N. C. i



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Page 8lx THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN mamL By HARRY SCHWARTZ May 81, Junior "Y" meeting and social; Tuesday, June 1, Y. W. H. A. meeting and v-ultural program; Wednesday, June 2, annual election of Y. If. H. A. and added treat; Thursday, June 3, Boy Scout Troop 6, meeting starting at 7:30 p. m.; Saturday, June 5, open house for everyone; Sunday, June 6, wedding of Al Reisman and Pearl Roberts. How about celebrating Memorial lay. Sunday, May 80, with the Y. M. H. A. at the dance and frolic lor the diamondhall team at the beautiful Merry Go Round, 8700 Biscayne boulevard? The nominal admission of 40 cents should encourage sales, especially with the entire proceeds going direct to the diamondball team for equipment, etc. Manage to purchase your ticket In advance from any member of the team if interested in aiding this fund. Ja< k Al prietor Of the Merry Co Round, -' i ured an outstanding orcbi plus a number of talented enter-, tainers to Insure your enjoyment. Get a party together and at1 ti nd this worthwhile affair. Congratulations are still pouring In on the election of Mr. Pallor as president. Now for the election of co-operating officers and the "Y" will really go far in setting an example that the Jews of this community may well be proud of. The annual elections will be held Wednesday, June 2. An additional treat is in store for all attending. You have until the night of elections to pay dues and participate in the voting. Fifty seven members were nominated to fill the 12 vacancies, Which means p-l-enty of action. At a special meeting of the board of directors the following new members were accepted: Leon Elkin. Samuel J. Rand. Max Belin. Morton C. Fromberg, William Friedman, Nathan Adelman, H. M. Drevich. Harry Seitlin, L. Grossberg, Herbert E. Scher, Leon Lieberman, David Whitman, Sam Farkas and Gilbert J. Levy. Strictly Confidential (Continued from Page 3) ray, counsel for Fritz Kuhn, fuehrer of the Nazis in America, are non-Aryans Francesco von Mendelssohn, great-grancrson of Felix MendelaaohB-BarthoMjr, the composer whose srorks %  verboten in Nsiilsnd. short visit to G ropa ... 7 | ~ coronation ceremony AntiFasci8ts in Denmark are worried because the closest personal friend of Crown Prince Frederik is Count Knutb, Danish Nazi leader The New Zionist Organization (Revisionists) have started their own news bulletin It's called Zionews and sends out stuff fortnightly in Hebrew, English, French. Russian and German Jews in [ the audience were requested to leave the Berlin Opera House just before the curtain went up when the management was infonnd that Hitler was coming Now that Maxim Litvinoif is making a diplomatic tour of Europe for his government we note an epidemic of red faces among those who recently averred he was on the verge of being canned. Getting Personal If you like the crooning of Wood, remember that his name was Ixtuis Rappaport when a tain of Yale's swimming Roosevelt's recent visit to the Lone Star State Jake, who was commander of the local unit of the Texas marines, was entrusted with the Job of being the President's personal body-guard while he was in Galveston Spinoza Is the favorite author of Signius Wilhelm Paul Knudsen, new president of General Motors Hollywood is beginning to inject Jews as lovable characters in some of its new pictures But it won't screen n certain Broadway hit because it's too Jewish Irving Strauss, Buffalo optometrist, claims that a blonde at the wheel of an automobile after dark is more dangerous than a brunette. Friday, May 28, 1937 him to the City Council with the largest majority ever given a candidate." Pledges People's Administration Candidate Points To His Record and th star of its champion" an at,ive wo,ke 'More congratulations are in order. At the annual elections of 'he Y. W. 11. A, Miss Ida Kngler was elected president; Miss Rosalynd Friedman, i dent; Alberta Tannerbaum, corresponding %  retarj : Ji D< • Karasik, record'*•bine Kolman.l Rul %  Mi .1 > \' % %  Bhlndell, %  n a, I larl Ea '''"' %  VIrs, Moll; .\ and Mis. Lubel. r.i fr< mi nts we e served by Mis. Jules Wilson, Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Sal Blumberg. A -"'ial hour folli ed with the elected officers shared in the linieli: At this writing the "Y" diamondball t'. • :i in first : lace with their initial victory over the Shriners to their credit. By :1P' time you read this they will have mter< d the Marne A. C. team, who were their nemesis of last year in the Beach Lague. Manager Aaron Weinkle is devoting a great deal of effort in rounding the team into a real contender for the title. Joe V boat i tory He's real it an.: nary investigation ... If t'.-.e files of a certain government •' ment in Washington were public they would reveal some sensational data on Nazi and Fa activities hereabouts None of the Jews mentioned as prospective candidates for Judge Van Devanlers place on the Supreme Court will get the job unless Brandeis or Cardozo resigns Tammany Hall Is still breaking its neck looking for a mayoralty candidate who can deprive La Guardia of some of his Jewish support Some of the Tammany bigwigs think Sam Levy Is the man. Via Short Wave Fannie Hurst has been quietly spending some time in Palestine looking over the situation The only reason Premier Leon Blum won't resign, as he wants to, is j Mrs. Blum She has postponed j an urgently needed operation so that she can keep an eye on her premier-husband ... A German "volunteer" serving in Franco's Spanish army wrote to the Nazi paper, Tagespost, blaming the Jews for Franco's recent defeats The volunteer "discovered" that a number of German Jews posing .is Aryans joined the German "volunteers" in Spain and d the 1 with Franco's military sei • %  e recent tourists arriving in Pali was Bernard Ru t, Nazi minister of culture vis%  ouni Bai tuel (Sir Herbert SamIn i ase you've forgotten) has completed a bonk call* d "Relief and Art loii" which hi oti during '.o years of enforced al from public life .. The most popu!.ii an In London dun:. n was Stefan i.iuauer, correspondent Of the Polish Telep. Agi n v. who, in his capai Ity as presldenl of tii• .\o latlon Foreign I' I In char. distributing press tickets for the (Continued from Page 1) for the ltd polo team in V.IJ-. ami Federal Judge clarence New York idon't let you. he's one of us. %  his son, Clarence E.. wed ; nee E. Mattiessen in the Presbyterian Church at arri-• % % %  -V. Y, Malaga, the Spanish controlled by the Fascists, got its name from the Hebrew word for salt, "malach" lira. Marlon Tewfik is suing for annulment of her marriage because she learned that her husband was a Mohammedan and not a Jew after the wedding Don't let the longdrawn-out debate over the Supreme Court reform faze you The Senate battled for more than four months over the confirmation of Brandeis to the court in 1316 Jack Goldberg of Texas City. Texas, will never forget President comand bined United J.-wish Appea .1. D. C. drives in this area. Establishing a reputation for fearlessness, independent action, and a zeal for the public's welfare, Mr. Meyer, on his election to the City Council, soon became one of its most valuable members. Tippeople re-elected him for a fouryear term following his first twoyear term as a reward for his service. One of the prominent Jewish residents of Miami Beach said, "If the Jewish voters want to be represented by one of their own people who will at the same time carry the respect of everyone, regardless of race or creed, because of his known ability and integrity, they will rally to the support of Baron de Hirsch Meyer, and will return A second call was issued to the Jews of this community for their much-needed financial help In raising the necessary funds to consummate the purchase recently made of our present home. Every dollar received will be used to improve the grounds and purchase the necessities needed to beautify the property. It is your solemn duty as a good Jew to do your part to put this drive over the top. Schedule of events: Monday, THE MIAMI BEACH KOSHER MAKET 327 COLLINS AVENUE IRVIN GORDON and HAROLD PONT ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THEIR PURCHASE OF ROSEDALE DELICATESSEN and RESTAURANT 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA where they will be happy to continue the splendid service for which this store is justly known. (Continued from Page 1) "In asking for the support of my many Jewish friends, I want to remind them that long before I had any thought in mind of being a candidate, they knew and found they could count on me to help them in every worthwhile civic and communal cause," said Mr. Frink. "I ffave never forgotten," continued Mr. Frink, "the debt all of Miami Beach owes to its Jewish citizens for much of the beauty, the business and the progress of this remarkable community we are proud of. "Jewish citizens of Miami Beach have put their everything, their time, their money, their work into the development of this community together with the rest of the citizenry of Miami Beach. It is in the same Spirit of co-operation for the welfare of all the citizenry that I ask the support of my Jewish friends and the voters of Miami Beach," said Mr. Frink. FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. E. FIRST AVE. "EVERYTHING IN FOOD" REAL DELICIOUS HOME-COOKED MEALS' Camp Wohelo for Girls 85 mile, from Washington. D. C; 60 mil., f rom K5a Md : in the htart •* sr-ss BEGINNING JINK 7 WILL CLOSE AT 1 P. M. O'CLOCK EXCEPTING SATURDAY and SUNDAY 1 Equip Equipped to Serve Your Every Want in Kosher Foods 3 GREAT CLOTHING HEADLINERS Without Equal in the City of M iam i—Compare! SALE A Real Bargain for the Weil-Dressed Man EIGHTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1st information helpful to you and your daughters, write or phone Bertha Berkowich Lew • ?62c N | R "<> ?'RECTOR 1625 S. W. 15th Street MIAMI, FLA. Phone 34922 GRIFFON IRISH LINEN SUITS A Special Purchase Only the special co-operation of Hi" House or orifion enables us to sell these fine pur.linen suits at such a low price. A $19.50 VALUE $12.50 GRIFFON SUITS Garbardines Worsteds Doeskins Tropicals—Our finest suits drastically reduced for Immediate clearance—Limited sizes. $19.50 $29.50 and $32.00 Values Men Who Wear Quality Clothing HERE IS THE SPORT PANTS SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR FIRST TIME THIS YEAR GRIFFON SPORT TROUSERS Plaids. Checks and Stripe* Sizes 29 to 44 $10 and $12.50 Value* $5.50 FRANK WOLKOWSKY 18 N. E. FIRST AVE.


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wJewisti nonWatn COMING Vlhe JlBWKSh VJlllSltf 3^ QSUAAJ& VJjLoJkSLy Vol. 10— No. 22 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1937 Price Five Cents THE WORLD'S WINDOW CONGRESS IN AMERICA By LUDWIG LEWISOHN Thit column it copyrighted by the Seven Arti Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in whole or In part etrictly forbidden. Any infringement will be protecuted. It was a bare month ago. Suddenly and dramatically at a very important meeting Dr. Stephen Wise announced that the Zionist World Congress of 1937 ought to and must meet in America. As is not uncommon with Dr. Wise, there were behind the suddenness and the drama the most careful reflection, the most realistic facing of issues, the uniquely right sense of the necessities of a given crisis. I have not been able to keep in very close touch with the situation: I do not even know whether the Actions Committee has consented to reconsider its decision of holding the congress in Basel. I desire before it is too hopelessly late, before the eleventh hour has elapsed, to add my smaller voice to Dr. Wise's greater one. First of all, it is of commanding and immediate importance that American Jewry understand that the Zionist World Congress is its congress, whether the individual American man or woman culls himself or herself a Zionist or not, or has any understanding of Zionist philosophy or not. Times have changed, not superficially but radically. History is marching with a brutal tread. Powerful and numerous nations have declared open war against the Jewish people—a war of slander, hatred and extermination. Germany and Poland lead. Roumanin is not far behind. Hungary, Austria, the Baltic succession states are under the shadow. Italian Fascism seems not unwilling to add this weapon of a war against Jewry to its others. That war against the Jewish people has its echoes in Montreal, in Mexico City, in Rio de Janeiro. And since there is—as must be repeated as with hammer blows—but one Jewish people and but one Jewish problem—a war against any Jewry is, directly or indirectly, a war against all Jewry. If all Jewry does not resist we shall be overwhelmed. If the strong and free Jews do not resist we shall be overwhelmed, destroyed, sold Into slavery even as we were at the end of the Hadrianic wars. How shall we resist? We cannot resist as individuals; we cannot resist in the void. Now the whole world, both the world of our enemies and the world of our friends, has come to see in the resettlement of Palestine and the rebuilding of Zion the symbol of the moral power and regenerative resistance of the Jewish people. Whether you like it or not, whether you approve of it or not, this thing is so. Hence to the Jewish Agency for Palestine exclusively and alone the nations have granted the right to speak officially for the Jewish people. By this means and by this means alone can Jewry raise a voice that must be heard, because the nations, including our own American nation, have solemnly agreed to listen. The moral resistance of the Jewish people to the war declared upon it has hut one focu.s and one i instrumentality and one voice—the Jewish Agency for Palestine. To the bitter war declared against us in Germany, In Poland, in other lands, the Jewish people has only one practical and one saving answerthe enlargement and intensification of our work in Palestine. Hence the World Zionist Congress Is today the congress and council of universal Jewry—the organ of our voice, will, hope, defense, salvation. And now comes the most tragic of all the circumstances Of our immediate historic fate. That upbuilding of Palestine Which is the resistance and defense of all Israel in face of a hostile world is being gravely, Is being cruelly, is being vitally jeopardized by the Mandatory Power. I am not one of those who think it wise or right to rave against Britain, thought I can, God knows, understand those who are stung to raving by the Incredible chincanery and brutality and perfidy with which the British government—to the despair and shame of many Knglish men and womenis treating us in this day and hour of our supreme need. But It is ;.pparent, it is of commanding Importance, that the Jewish people through its congress speak out concerning these things in terms and from a place that will bring its voice irresistahly to the ears of both the Mandatory Power and the civilized world—from a place, moreover, where the strong voices of Christian citizens of the most powerful and most peaceful country on earth will be added both gravely and passionately to its own. A congress in Basel this year? It will hardly be noticed; it will scarcely be heard. Europe has mightier matters ringing in its ears. The clash of arms, the feet of marching men will drown out the voice that should shatter what conscience Is still left in Christendom. But London hears New York. Paris hears New York. Even Berlin and Warsaw, though they may feign not to do so, listen in to NewYork. The friendly sympathy of our government, the powerful service of the most powerful press in the world, the every moral advantage and every consideration of political sagacity are on the side of an American congress. To propose it at this juncture was statesmanship of the highest kind; not to carry It through will be a miserable defeatism and trivial-mindedness. The objections I have heard are frivolous In view of what stands to be gained. Let the V. P. A. and the J. D. C. appropriate the paltry (Continued on Page 8) TO HSS RECORD "During my six and a half years on the City Council of Miami Beach I have championed every constructive movement tor all parts and for all people ... my program Is not one of promises, but one of accomplishments," said Baron de Hirsch Meyer, candidate for re-election to the City Council of Miami Beach, in an address to the voters last Wednesday night. In discussing the issues of the campaign, Mr. Meyer minced no words in pointing to his vigorous denunciation and exposure of registration and elec tlon frauds attempted in Miami Beach during the past weeks. Mr, Meyer, who has served the City of Miami Bench for t!-e past six and a half years, the last two of which he has been vice president of the City Council, came to Miami Beach more than 12 years 1 ago. A native of Wisconsin, Mr. Meyer graduated from the Univer sity of Wisconsin and received his legal training at Harvard and Cambridge Universities. Deeply imbued with a love for his people, Mr. Meyer, in company with the late Harry I. Lipton, toured Europe and spent considerable time in Palestine. During his European trip he visited the courts of the various countries and observed Jewish communal work. On his arrival in Miami he soon became one of the leading attorneys here and began to take an active part in communal affairs. In Hhe 12 years of his residence here he has attained a notable record of public work, serving as secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and subse quently as director; as an active worker of the Young Mens HebrewAssociation and now its honorary director; as an active member of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach; as one of the founders and president of the Hebrew Friendly Inn; as a large contributor and prime mover in the establishment of the Baron de Hirsch Free Loan Fund of the Jewish Welfare Bureau; as an active worker and for several years secretary of the Greater Miami Zionist District and (Continued on Page 6) TESs/E 8 PLEDGES PEOPLE'S WORLD WOULD INVITE JEWS TO SETTLE IN COLORADO Fort Collins, Colo. (WNS)— A proposal to make this Colorado town of 9.000 people a mecca for Jewish immigration from all parti of the world has been placed be fore the local Chamber of Commerce by E. R. Lalor, a Public Service employe. The suggestion, which was referred to the civic improvement committee, emphasizes that Jewish colonization would be of immense industrial and economic benefit to Fort Collins. BAPTISTS GROUP RAPS MINORITIES TREATMENT Philadelphia (WNS)—The unchristian treatment accorded those Of other races in the United States prevents Americana from consistently Championing the cause of oppressed minorities elsewhere "until we first set our own house in order." the committee on race relations of the Northern Baptist Convention reported. "We in America have been guilty of practices so flagrantly un-Christian as to bring us under severe condemnation." the report said. "Before we call attention to the mote, we do well to cast out the beam." TO BE REPRESENTED AT WORLD RALLY New York (WNS)—The American delegation to the World Rally Against Racism and Anti-Semitism, which is being convened in Paris on September 10 by the International Federation of Leagues Against Racism and Anti-Semitism, is being organized by Samuel Untermyer, president of the NonSectarian Anti Nazi League. The league, which is the American affiliate of the International Federation, has sent Invitations to a large number of Jewish and nonJewish organizations to join in the delegation. The purpose of the rally, as explained in a letter from G. A. Tedesco, of the federation's executive committee, is "to fight by every means of reason and logic against the racial theories that threaten to contaminate those countries which have so far not fallen victims to authoritarian regimes." Campaigning for election to the City council of Miami Beach, Berber) A, Prink, one 'of the Beach's leading business men, has condin ted one of the most vigorous .ind straightforward campaigns in the history of local elections. Taking a leading part In the battle for the elimination of fraudulent registrations and illegal ballots, Mr. Frink has devoted much of his time and considerable money to help purge the election rolls of rackeHERBERT A. FRINK MUSSOLINI'S ORGAN WARNS ITALIAN JEWS Rome (WNS)—Assailing Italian Jewry's support of Zionism and attacking its protests against Nazi Germany's racial theories as "irreconcilable with the friendship that binds us (Italy) to Germany and which has objectives far more vast and fundamental than the Jewish question," the Milan Popolo d'ltalia, Premier Mussolini's organ, gave the Jews of Italy the choice of denouncing "international Hebrewism" or giving up their Italian citizenship and residence. teers and those trafficking In the ballot box manipulations. As a result, aided by other fearless citizens, several hundred names were stricken from the rolls and camera pictures will be taken at the polls to prevent casting of improper ballots. Having established his ability as a successful businessman, Mr. Frink has not neglected his communal duti.-s, and has been an active Shriner, Mason, Elk, Chamber of Commerce, Bussinessmens Association and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. His numerous friends point to his unselfish and unhesitating aid to thousands of needy unemployed during the past years as indicating the character of the candidate. "I shall urgently champion more parks and playgrounds, fair and impartial supervision of the taxicab business and an honest business administration of the affairs of Miami Beach in the interests of all the taxpayers," said Mr. Frink. in an address to the voters last week. "I am a candidate for the City Council of Miami Beach because I know I can bring to the deliberations of the City Council a knowledge gained from actual business experience and not merely in dealing with real estate, though that is an Important matter. (Continued on Page 6) #1 J



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Pace Four THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Friday, May 28, 1937 / < Political Briefs M H.ce. a resident of MiBeach (or more than : OM of tl: tive rea. and builders there, is asking re-election to the City Council of mi Beach, of which he ha? been a member for more than IK yHe points to a record w..i h has a distinzui-hed for unselfish devotion to the public's inter %  thorough regard for pockets of the taxpayers. He .. knowledge of r. affairs which is invaluable to the Of Miami Beach and whi. needed at this time because of the .us development now going He has been a member of the %  toe, Masons. Scottish R te and other numerous civic and (rate! to remo vemer. %  %  problem i friei record of Mr Hice to both public and private life. R. W. Boh Ralal o, a member of theCii Ml was first ele ted to the office more | than four years ago. then re-elected in 1934. He is now a candidate f re-election to the office on the record of service for the welfare | of the general community during j his term of office. "I propose, if re-elected, to continue along the j lines which I have followed during my terms in office, I have a".I worked for an efficient administration and a sound government, and co operation wirh our various civic organizations. I am -.ind all necessary improvements for the | betl and advancement of M ami Beach alw I? e tary meanI <-.'.. -.ire. stand for rlfM action of the excellent financial standing the % %  is now er.;oyinz. Mr. Ralston ione of the most i 'tors in Miami Beach and affiliated wit* numerous civic and fraternal organizations. Benja in Cohen, candidate for the City Council of Miami BRE-ELECT is advancing his candidacy upon an independent platform which decries the employment of non-residents in all of the municipal servi. es. and which advocates immediate improvement of the sanitation and sewerage systems at thi Mr. C transport IS Niagara rV.ls. N. V. He tu born is Toronto. 11 ell. better known to his m.-. is in the ra of Miami H the ir. of himany fri-nds. Doc Gravea came to Miami Beach in 1023 from • w. Va he diPederai tic Bureau for six He ha d and operated the tl Miami : since hi.arrival here and has established a reputation for honesty and ability that has never been ,ned. He has been prand a member of the executive council of the Miami Beach Lions Club, the executive council of the Dade County Boy Scouts, of the Florida A. A. U.. Miami Beach publicity council, the Rod and Reel Cub. Greater Miami diamondball arbitration board and numerous %  nal organiK and business i the Mrtment %  • -; %  %  %  a %  %  • %  rid War. was of pea.. Mr. -or of the Flordeiternal revenue. West and later a C iub. %  Miami office: chair. Florida delegation of Mr. Wheeler Is ca nation of a platform of a c: mocratic Clubs; a mem*> *# national speakers" %  Democratic camfairs. He eat of the first of Florida, and a •er of the Miami of Commerce. John Le Q W has the agencyCouncil of Miami Beach toe ... Mutua l Insurance for election to the City Cool nl Beach. Cos Beach in 1312. he ; 3pable and reliable performfirst men to raaliaa die V of c councll ties of this area ind began work which resul-*" to the peoples interests He was can of "" !" ~~ !" ~~~~~ the first company to pump B11 interests of all of Mia -II elected he promises an honidate from the bay to de present City of Miami Be here. the Firestone esra:e. Mr Le mncfl he i vtng honmd — i M viedge it munld • rank3 him timing -he beat on manv friends urRE ELECT HARRY | HICE TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH ON HIS RECORD OF ACHIEVEMENT (Paid Political Ad) TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH (Paid Political Ad) TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH and Continue an Able Administration of City Affairs (Paid Political Ad) MR CITY COUNCILMAN OF MIAMI BEACH "He Has a Record of True and Faithful Service in the People's Interest." (Paid Political Adv) *> VOTE FOR Herbert A. Frink "I Mil OF TIE PEOPLE" FOR CITY COUNCIL OF MIAM BEACH (Paid Political Ad)



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Friday, May 28. 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN wJewisfri FloncMari H-OUDA ONLY .1 WUM WUU.Y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO P. O. Box 2P->3 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 „„,,,. *i L UIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circul.tion M.nacr BERNARD MORGENSTERN Field Representative Entred M .eeond cl... malUr July 4. S0. at the Pet Offiee at Miami, Florida. under the Act of March 3. 1879. ~ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN Representative ORLANDO MRS. B. J. COHEN Representative WEST PALM BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Representative TAMPA MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative Si* Months One Year.._ .,. ""'" SUBSCRIPTION FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1937 Vol. 10—No. 22 tl.oo 2.00 21


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Tage Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 28, 1037 Auxiliary Will Install Officers The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will formally install its recently elected officials at a dinner which will be held in the Young Mens Hebrew Association Clubrooms at S. \V. 16th avenue and 5th street on Sunday evening, June 13, beginning at 7 o'clock. A musical program will be presented during the evening and several speakers will be heard on messages of importance to the community. Admission will be only 75 cents and reservations may be made with any member of the general committee beaded by Mrs. J. L. Shoe-net, chairman, and Mesdames Moe Pallot. Nat lilumberg, Harry Shulman, Max Jacobskind and Jack Hirsch. Heading the committee In direct charge of the dinner preparation la Mrs. L. Rosengarten, who la being assisted by Mesdames B. Chertkoff. Morris Rappaport, Morris Kotkin and S. Rothstein. Ticket committee consists ot M • Newlyweds Arrive From Windy City Mr, and .Mrs. Harry Berkowlch, who were married in Chicago last Saturday, are the guests of his sister. Mrs. Bertha Berkowlch Levy of this city, and will remain here for s week. They ill accompany Mrs. Levy on her trip North. • To Attend Graduation Of Daughter Mrs. Win. Cleln of this city will leave Tuesday for her summer vacation. She will visit her relatives and friends in Atlanta, ('.a., and will then go to Chicago to attend the graduation of her daughter Mildred from the University of Illinois. • • Ladies Auxiliary Committees Named Mrs. Ida Oplner. re-elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, appointed the following committees at the last meeting which was held on Monday. May 24, at the Southern Cafeteria: Publicity, Mrs. Benjamin LeVinp; hospitality. Mrs. Herbert Simon: visiting, Mrs. M. L. Marcus. Mrs. II. I. Magid and Mrs. Sam Sllversteln; program, Mrs. Bertha B. Levy: rummage, Mrs. Ijouis Hartz; coin boxes. Mrs. Sam Halpert; Coral Gables chairman, Mrs. Morris Dubler: membership. Miami Reach. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. M. Travers and Harry Marcus; membership, Greater Miami. Mrs. Morris Plant. Henry Hiilbin. Harry Nevins. Morris Cowen and StanleyMyers. The first reading of the revised by-laws was made and ratiticatioa of same will be held at the next regular meeting. Mrs. J. Sugarman and Mrs. M, Robinson gave a very detailed report of the visit they made to the W. P. A. handicraft departments telling of the marvelous work doue at these shops. The annual picnic which will be held the latter part of June is being headed by Mrs. R. R. Adler and her committee. • • Circle Sponsors Yiddish Play The Workmens Circle of Miami is sponsoring a Yiddish four-act play portraying life as it is on Sunclay evening. June 20, at Beth David Talmud Torah Hall, when Mr. Harry Creenberg, well-known Miami Yiddish actor, will present a cast of local talent in the play, "Die Kraft foon a Kind." The play will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. Tickets will be only 50 cents. The public i.s invited to attend. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the organization. Rosedale Delicatessen Under New. Management Announcement was made this week of the purchase of the wellknown Rosedale Delicatessen of 170 N. W. Fifth street by Harold I'ont and Irvin Gordon, who will be in active charge and management of the business. Both of the new owners were formerly associated with the Rosedale Delicatessen and later with the Sunshine Delicatessen at Miami Beach. Both iiave established a splendid reputation in the community for fair dialing and courteous and honest treatment of their customers. The Rosedale will continue with a policy of supplying the finest in local and imported delicatessen and fancy groceries at the most reasonable prices and will also continue the serving of real home-cooked meals at popular prices. I. FIALKOW Specialized Instruction in Hebrew. For youth or adult. Bar Mitzva preparation. Washington Ave. and 3rd St. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9364 Summerlite Panama Hats that you'll see in Vogue! To give you a flattering outlook on headlines!... "The Covent Garden" is a romantically large roller. Protected with the Shappo-Sheeld THIRD FI.'X'K



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Paee Eight THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, May 28, lM Jacksonville Notes Mrs, Robert M. Travis of Atlanta was the principal speaker at the donors' banquet of Senior Hadassah members and guests last Tuesday evening in the Jewish Center. Mrs. Travis is the president of the Atlanta Chapter of Hadassah and has been an ardent worker and one of the leading Zionists In the community. Mrs. Sam Weiss, chairman of the donors' fund and of this event, was assisted by the following special committees: Mrs. Herbert WelSS, printing; Mrs. Ben Stein, Mrs. Sam Witten, telephone; Mrs. Louis S. Joel, program; Mrs. A. Puidy, music; Mrs. David Harris and .Mrs. Ira Stein, catering; Mrs. Harry Katz, decorating. Acting as co-chairman to Mrs. Weiss was Mrs. Nat Cohen. Tampa Notes Seven Tampans are members of a committee raising funds for the American Jewish joint distribution committee which is working for the relef of Jews In Europe. A quota of $4,600,"00 has been set. Members of the committee are Rabbi David L. Zlelonka, Hiram Hammer, Sol Jacobs, Ernest Maas, Julius Maas, Judge M. Henry Cohen and David Stein. man, Phil Haimovitz and Sam Argintar. Messers. I. K. Lubetzky and Jay Markowitz generously donated the use of their trucks and men for the occasion. Daytona Beach served to the crowd. Everyone is Invited. Swimming, canoeing, dancing and games arc on the program. The party will leave from Temple Israel at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Miss Rosilyn Magezis, who became the bride of Phillip Breman Sunday evening, was feted Tuesday night by Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz in the home of the latter in River Oaks. The guests enjoyed card games until late in the evening. Prizes were received by Mrs. Jack Silverman, Mrs. Oscar Magezis, Mrs. Louis Katz, Mrs. Arthur Goldstein and Miss Lottye Salzman. The honor guest received a dripolater as a memento of the occasion. At the conclusion of the evening Ices and iced drinks were served. Miss Gertrude Lieberman and Miss Hilda Katz assisted the hostess in erving. Mr. and Mrs. if. Haimowitz announce the birth of a son, Charles, on Wednesday, May 19, in St. Luke's Hospital. The engagement Is announced of Miss Vivian Altshul of Baltimore, Md., and Sidney Carasik of Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carasik of this city. The marriage will be solemnized at 4 o'clock on the afternoon of May 30 In the Madison Avenue Synagogue, Baltimore. The Daughters of Israel held their final dessert bridge party of the season at the Jacksonville Jewish Center Wednesday aftrnoon. IM SO NERVOUS I COULD SCREAM ?v5 YOU HAVENT USED THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT YOU' DR.MILES MfRVliv f VAe \ps to Rel Qk "Vense Nerves Do you feel tonSe and keyedupt Do the care of the home and children, the obligation of social or community life, the worry of finances, "get on your nerves"? "NERVES" May spell the difference between happiness and misery for you and your family. If you are Nervous, Sleepless, Irritable. Restless, it may be due to an overwrought nervous condition. If so, you will find Dr. Miles Nervine a real help. Your Druggist has Dr. Miles Nervine both Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Why not get a bottle or package and start taking It today? Lam bottle or perk age $1.00 Small bottle or package JZ ^*#RVINEj Y. M. H. A. In spite of threatening weather last Sunday, the picnic held at Temple Terrace was well attended. The beautiful swimming pool was the scene of considerable activity. In addition to swimming, in which both young and old participated, members of the Tampa Life Savings Corps, including R. M. Clewis. Jr., M. Itostain and Roy E. Jenkins, gave a splendid exhibition of life saving. The ladies of the refreshment committee were: Mrs. Rose Segall, Mrs. A. M. Wolfson, Mrs. I. Cleberinanii, Mrs. Joe Abramovitz, Mrs. H. A. Jenkins, Mrs. H. Peckett and Mrs. I. Abramovitz. The men's committee consisted of Dr. J. Leon Schwartz, A. M. Wolfson, M. D. Welsman, Sidney Linker, Max E. Brody, Dr. Fred Lebos, Ben J. FinRabbl A. S. Klelnfeld announces thai Friday evening services "ill continue throughout the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Budethal HJa S( n „„ n lhis week "The Weekhave returned after spending some | |y Lessons ,„• Scriptures. time visiting in St. Petersburg, Tampa and other southern pans of southern Florida. OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS TO CONTEST WINNERS Miss Elizabeth Grus and Irving Backs of Daytona Beach, accompanied by Martin Segal of Jacksonville, left by car Monday for Con nectlcut to be gone about six | in Jewish Cultural and Spiritual loday that public opinion th ere could be mobilized for war against Germany "within a few hours" u such a war were pictured as a crusade for a great Ideal, the Institute of Politics at the University „i | !er Iln was told by Professor FriedrleJ Schoenemann, who has j u t te turned from a tour of the Inked State*. Professor Schoenemann who recently wrote a magazine article in which he said President Roosevelt was unfriendly to the Nazi regime and whose appearance in Boston four years ago pri %  fated a riot, blamed the anti-Nazi I sentiment on "long continued New York (WNS)-An essay ski i fu i an(1 thorough British p, 0 na' contest on Jewish Nationalism and j,.,,,,,., plU8i |n recent yearg s Torah, the Place of (he Yeshiva Dessert was served at 2 p. m. followed by an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. M. Hammerman and Mrs. M. Ghelerter were co-hostesses. weeks. Leo, Sam and Miss Rose Wexler of Palatka were visitors in Daytona Beach Sunday. Miss Sylvia Solden of London, who had been visiting relatives Life and Jewish Survival in America, winners of which "ill be awarded first year scholarships at Yeshiva College, was announced here by the only college of liberal arts and sciences In the world under Jewish auspices. Five sc tolarships will he given on a regional here, has gone to New York to basis, two tor Eastern states and Communist and Jewish propaganda." The World's Window (Continued from Page 1) visit her brother. There will be a group picnic at DeLeon Springs this Sunday. May J!0, for children of Temple Israel, their parents, big brothers and sisten and friends, according to an announcement. Mrs. Louis E. Goldman is one of the few in charge and may be telephoned for reservations. Abe Bronstein is loaning his truck for those who have no other transportation. Free drinks and ice cream will he few thousand dollars needed to bring the East European delegates open"to~al1 students" of .Jewish" re-j here r ,et a 8 ecial f n Co., U>* IT'S THE EXTRA JACKET' Em f ac i k D, L Doub|8M 'woiD G OLDS i $wr. PPI dm !" ] **•!*-double w *m.r** 11 O I lib LA inn inUIU. I a !" jacket keeps OLD SOLOS in prime condition in any climate. You can't buy a stale OLD aou* .. % % %  in


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Friday, May 28, 1937 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page F1T Society Farr Engagement li Announced Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Farr announce the engagement of their daughter Irene to Mr. Milton Schlessinger, son of Mrs. Ruth Schles singer of New York and Woodmere, L. I., the wedding to be an event of August. Miss Fanhas been active in local radio and musical circles for a number of years and has been one of the most popular girls in the younger Jewish set of this area. • • • At the annual picnic of the pupils of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Talmud Torah and Sunday school last Sunday at Hollywood Casino prizes for athletic contests and games I were won by Irving Berger, Harold Berkowltz, Phyllis Shulman, Billy Label, Thelrna Berger, Ronald Pallot, Donald Berkowitz, Madeline Shulman, Rosalyn Morris and Melvin Morris. Refreshments were served all the guests, Including the adults who attended by a committee representing the Ladies Auxiliary of th congregation, consisting of Mesdames Nathan Adelman, \;i I Blumberg. J. L. Shochet and Messrs. H. M. Drevlch and N. Adelman. tionally fine financial standing throughout the country. Rabbi Leave* For Wedding Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation left Thursday morning for Passaic, N. J., where he will officiate at the wedding of his sister Saturday night. He will return to Miami Monday morning. • • • Jewish Women Wanted For Companion* There is a demand in this area for Jewish women of character able to act as companions for splendid women; they will obtain a fine home and moderate recompense. A call to The Jewish Floridian will be appreciated. • • • Baby Daughter Born to Bains Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bain are receiving congratulations on the birth of a baby daughter last May 16. The baby will be called Irma Ruth. Mother and baby are resting nicely. Political Briefs T. \V. Palmer, known to thousands as "Tub" Palmer, is a native of Fernandlna, Fla., and came to this section in 1930 and has been a resident of Miami Bench since 1930. In 1925 he helped build the Columbus Hotel. He helped finance the construction of the Venetian Way and developed the Sunset Isles originally. He is president of the Miami Beach Liquor Dealers Association and active in the communal affairs of Miami Beach. He is seeking election as a member of the City Council o Miami Beach, urging free additional bathing beaches, another ocean front park, civil service for employes of the city, street improvements planning and certified registrations to prevent election frauds. He Is being supported by many of the prominent citizens of the community. Winner* In the recent May Queen contest of Junior Hada*ah were, reading from left to right: Josephine Kolman, representing Y. M. H. A., econd; Evelyn Mark*, representing the Junior Y. M. H A flrsf Ida Englerof Beth David, third. Miss Engler was chosen president and Miss Kolman, secretary of the Y. W. H. A. this week. Manns Leaves For New York Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann left by auto for New York City, where they will attend the wedding of Mrs. Mann's sister. Mr. Philip Berkowltz accompanied them and will spend several weeks in New York and Baltimore on a combined business and pleasure trip. To Visit Daughter In Cleveland Mrs. Max Weinberger left last week to visit her daughter in Cleveland, Ohio. She will also visit other relatives and friends In the North before returning home. Seeking re-election*to the City Council of Miami Beach is William Burbridge. Born in Jacksonville in 1886, he was educated in the public schools there. In 1913 he was elected county commissioner of Duval County and later re-elected for the same office. Since coming to Miami Beach, he has been active In real estate and became a large property owner in this city. He was first elected to the City Council In 1932 and again in 1934, and during his nearly five years of service has established an enviable record for efficiency and attention to the affairs of the city. Despite the time taken by his numerous business interests, he has always been found in the foremost of those taking part in the civic and communal life of Miami Beach. He is one of those who has received much commendation for the reduction of the city's taxes and Its excep. ELECT BEN COHEN AS YOUR COUNCILMAN FOR MIAMI BEACH —RE-ELECT— JOHN LEVI ELECT R. W. 'BOB' RALSTON TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH ON HIS RECORD OF TRUE AND FAITHFUL SERVICE IN THE PEOPLE'S INTEREST (raid Political Adv.) IS OUR HEAD IN THE SAND?? Are we sticking our head in the sand like an ostrich and saying "It can't happen here?" Northern gangsters move in on Miami Beach in December and in June there's a vote fraud attempt revealed! Run the gangsters out and KEEP THEM OUT. —VOTE FOR— TUB PALMER A MAN OF INTEGRITY HONESTY AND INITIATIVE (Paid Political Adv.) JAMES M. RUIN TO THE CITY COUNCIL TO THE CITY COUNCIL TO THE CITY COUNCIL OF OF MIAMI BEACH HE IS HONEST, CAPABLE AND RELIABLE (Paid Political Adv.) MIAMI BEACH AND CONTINUE THE PHENOMENAL PROGRESS OF*MIAMI BEACH (Paid Political Adv.) OF MIAMI BEACH AND INSURE A BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OF CITY AFFAIRS FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL (Paid Political Adv.) CHARLES F. WHEELER FOR MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL (Paid Political Adv.) SA