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The Jewish Floridian ( April 22, 1938 )

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* 'Jewish florid r iam i% VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 16. Speaker Bankhead to Address B'nai B'rith Washington, D. C—Hon. William H. Bankhead. Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, and James Roosevelt, son of President t: T.-i. will speak at the banquet M.mnxiiiK B'nai B'ritb's fifteenth (ieoeral Convention, to be held here May 7tb-12th. Speaker Bankhead will deliver the principal address, and Mr. Roosevelt will, in addition to delivering bis own greetings, read a personal message to B'nai B'rith from his father. Delegates from all over the United States and Canada will be present, and B'nai B'rith lodges throughout the world will be represented. The event will be the occasion for :i great testimonial to Alfred M. Cohen, President of B'nai B'rith. Testimonial talks will be delivered by .Fudge I. M. Golden, of San Francisco, first Vice-President of the Order, and Sidney (J. Knsworm, of Dayton. Ohio. Treasurer of the Order. Joining B'nai B'rith in 1800, Mr. Cohen served as head of his local lodge in Cincinnati in lflOfl, and became President of B'nai Brith's District No. 2, the largest in America, in 1028. Two years later he was elected internationol President of B'nai B'rith, a position to which he was re-elected in 1880 and again in 1935. He had been a member of the Ohio Senate for two terms, served in the Oladnnatl City Council for several terms, was president of the Ohio Electoral College twice and a member three times, and has been a member of the Board of Governors of Hebrew Union College for nearly 40 years, serving as Chairman of the Board for 1!> years. He is in his 7t9h year. An informal reception Saturday evening. May 7. will open. the conclave. The business sessions will begin Sunday morning, at which time President Cohen will deliver his President's message. A good will meeting for the delegates and the entire 'i'y will be held Sunday night, at which nationally known Catholic, Protestant and Jewish speakers will deliver addresses. COMB, NINC -jfihte JIBWUSKI Minify P9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS OF SE 10 E For the first time in the history i will be depicted, and throughout the play, a musical interlude will be featured. The Miami Junior Hadassah Glee Club, of which Aaron Farr is director, will offer a group of selections and will present for the first time before the Regional officers the Junior Hadassah song which was written for the Miami unit. Music is by Mr. Farr and words by Miss Adele Segall, of this area, Miami will be the scene of the Southern Regional Convention of both 8enior and Junior Hadassah. The sessions will be held at the Blackstone Hotel and will begin with the registration of delegates Sunday evening. April 23rd. Official sessions will begin Monday and last through Tuesday. .Sightseeing tours, a luncheon. banquet and other similar events will mark the convention. Tlie formal opening of the convention will be marked by the twelfth annual convention luncheon at the Victor Hotel, Miami Reach, at 1:00 o'clock. The luncheon "ill be open to the public at $1.00 per person and reservations may be made with Mrs. Qroaaman, 740 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach or by calling her at 5.2888. Mrs. Grossman will preside at the luncheon and Mrs. Sol I.utsky will give the invocation. Greetings will be extended by Miss Bessie Geffcn of Atlanta. Ga., president of Southern Regional Junior Hadnssah, Miss Ida Safer, president of the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Barney Wrinkle, president of Miami Senior Hadassah and Mrs. Joseph Williamson, chairman of the Miami Senior Hadassah convention committee. Miss Jeannette Prystowsky of Charleston, S. C, will present the membership award. Guest speaker at the luncheon will I' be Mrs. Rmaiiuel Halpern of New ja member of the Miami Junior group. York City. National Chairman for Members of the Glee Club who will education of Hadassah. | appeur include Miss Trudy Bandel. During the program a tableau entit! Miss Florence Kmoff, Miss Sully led: "Yesterday's Women Today." I Goodkowsky, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Miss which was written and is being di| Teina Jamison. Mrs. Florence Mackreeted by tfr.l I.utsky will be pre-: ler. Miss Rita Pearlmnn. Miss DoroMRS. EMANlEL HALPERN Miss Leah Alperin, Miss Edith Cohen. Miss Olga Garfunkle, Miss Bella Goldman, Miss Jeanette Prystowsky. Mrs. B. Soloman, Charleston, S. C. Miss Annette Karr, Miss Goldie Raider, Miss Sylvia Soloman, Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss Ruth Davis, Mrs. S. Hellman. Miss Clara Kramer, Miss Mildred Lciberman. Miss Edith Leibo, Miss Edytbe Leibowitz, Miss Julia Mizrnhi. Miss Clarn Morgenstein. Miss Josephine Safer. Miss Jean Shatkowsky. Miss Minnie Smith. Mrs. Ben Stein. Mrs. Marx Baker, Mrs. William Silvernian. Mrs. Sam Witten, Mrs. I). H. LaaaroW, Jacksonville, Florida. Miss Bertha Nuia, ftfisa Minnie Wolf, Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs, Eugene Beapalow, Miss Celia Cherry, Miss Bather Cooper. Miss Sally 8egal, Miss Margaret Sokol. Mrs. Harry Dengaab, Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. A. Berlin. Mrs. Lohis Kuhfman, Mrs. s. Marcusl, Montgomery, Alabama. Mrs. William Kishner, Miss Celia Seligman, Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Jack Harris, New Orleans, La. Miss Judith Illumenthal. Miss Bessie Dunn, Miss Bertha Foster, Mrs. Samuel Hornstein, Miss Cecile Kelly, Savannah, On. Mrs. Jean Finman, Miss Ruth Finman. Tampn, Florida. Mrs. ( Emanuel Halpern, New York City. N. Y. Mrs. Gertrude Rerlin, Mrs. Max Dobrin. .Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Isidore Weinstein. Mrs. Evelyn Barman. Mrs. Murry Grossman. Miss Ida Safer. Mrs. Lee tented by the Miami unit of Junior j thy Resnick, Miss Isabelle Schreiber, | Krick, Miss ^Hannah Mack, Miami, Hadassah, and the cast includes Mrs. Miss Ida Schneidman, Mrs. Albert ; Florida. ESSAY CONTEST IS Barnard Katz. Miss Anita Silverman, Mrs. James Ciegendorf, Miss Rita Pearlman, Miss Ida Engler, Miss Helen Upton. Mrs. Edward Barmen, Miss Belle Taunen. Miss Harriet Dameiistcin, Miss Edna Adler, Miss Effie Silverman, Miss Mollic Engler, and Miss Evelyn Rbinestein. The tableau will delineate famous Biblical women and will continue to the present day, being climaxed by a portrayal of Henrietta Szold, the founder of Hadassuh. The four major projects which Junior Hadassah maintains Dubler. Miss Duniu Steam. Miss Lee Friedland, Miss Belle Tanuen and Miss Bobbie Parron. Benediction will be offered by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Among,the delegates to the Hudussah Southern Regionul Convention, will be : Mrs. J. Abelson. Mrs. R. M. Brodie, Mrs. Bessie Geffen, Mrs. Rachel Glazer, Mrs. S. O. Klotx. Mrs. L. Levitas, Mrs. B. Rosenfeld, Mrs. B. Travers, Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs. II. Gottlieb, Birmingham, Ala. On the Convention Committee for the Miami Chapter are : Mrs. Barney Weinkle, President Senior Hadassah j Miss Ida Safer. President Junior Hadassah j Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Chairman Convention (Senior:) Mrs. Murry Grossman, Chairman Convention (Junior;) Mrs. Harry Platoff, ,Co-Chairman Convention ; Mrs. Gertrude Berlin, Hospitality Chairman ; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Chairman Thrift Luncheon; Mrs. L. J. Mart/. Co-Chairman Thrift Luncheon. In an effort to determine the scope of Nazi activities in the United States, the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi league of 20 West 47th Street, New York City, has announced a prise es*y contest on the subject of "The Naai Menace in the United States." Essays are limited to 3.000 words. The. contest is open to all Americans •war 18 years of age. Manuscripts most be in the League offices by midnight of June 15th. 1938. Marshall Best, general manager of the Viking Press; Ken McCormick. associate book editor of Doubleday, Doran & Company and Samuel I'ntermyer, President of the League, will serve as judges. A prise of $50.00 is offered. The winning manuscript will be published in the July issue of the Anti-Nazi Bulletin. All essay material must be factual and bibliographies must be attached. Manuscripts with stamped, return envelopes arc to be mailed to contest at the League offices. National Order Disavows Opposition New York. (WNS)— Opposition to the Jewish War Veterans by .various B'nai B'rith Lodges "is in contravention of B'nai B'rith s established policy of non-interference with other organizations'and is not countenanced by B'nai B'rith headquarters, which has amicable relations with the Jewish War Veterans, it was announced in letters from B'nai B'rith officials made public here by Harry H. 8chaffer. commander-in-chief of the Jewish War Veterans. One letter from Maurice Bisgyer. executive secretary of B'nai Brith. to J. J. Leiberman, president of District Grand Lodge No. 4 in Los Angeles, cautioned lodges to avoid interfering with the establishserted that the J. W. V. has "co-operated with B'nai B'rith and other Jewish bodies in efforts put forth to serve Jewry as a whole." The other letter, from Louis Fabricant, B'nai B'rith representative on the Committee of Cooperation, h:cii CONGRESS URGED TO INVESTIGATE Washington. I). C. (WNS)—Appointment of a seven-man committee to investigate foreign propaganda in the United States was proposed in a resolution introduced into the House of Representatives by Representative Samuel Dickstein of New York. At the same time Representative Scott of California supported the demand for an inquiry by citing evidence of German, Italian and Japanese propaganda along the Mexican border and near the Panama Canal. includes B'nai B'rith. American Jewish Congress, American Jewish Committee and Jewish War Veteran.--, informed Alfred M. Cohen, B'nai B'rirh president, that "the general program of cooperation has recognized the value of the Jewish War Veterans" and suggested that "some word be passed on to the presidents of the Districts and in turn by them to their lodges to the effect that where the Jewish DAUGHTERS OF REVOLUTION DENOUNCE 'BUND' Columbus, Ohio. (WNS)—Opposition to "all activities of the GermanAmerican Bund under any name, in corrupting our youth and citizens, undermining our government, working sgainst the national defense of the United States, against religious freedom and fostering class hatred" was voiced in a resolution adopted at the annual convention of the Ohio Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The resolution denounced the Bund as "an alien organization, organized, fostered and promoted by an alien nation" that preaches "loyalty and allegiance to a foreign government, to its dictators and to its flag." War Veterans of the United States plans the creation of a post, there should he no organized opposition by the B'nai B'rith." Mr. Bisgyer's letter was sent in response to Mr. Fabricant's suggestion. URGES YOUTH AID IN WORK New York—Declaring that Zionism is a weapon against Nazism. Miss Nell Ziff. of New York, national president of Junior Hadassah, the Young Women's Zionist Organization of America, issued an appeal to Jewish young women of this country to combat Nazism through participating in the program of Zionism. "In the upbuilding of Palestine we are providing a land where the driven Jews of Europe may find the political, economic and spiritual freedom denied them in totalitarian countries," Miss Ziff declared. "He stalking shadow of Nazism across the face of Europe has brought sorrow and horror to Jews the world over." Miss Ziff continued. "But to moan, wring our bands and deplore the plight of our race is useless. If we are to be helpful—and we can be— we must activate on rsympathy, participate in those endeavors that will give new hope to the doomed Jews of Europe. "At no time in recent years has the need f..r Palestine been better demonstrated than at the present moment. and our work for Palestine is a direct fight against Nazism. It is idle to think that any one movement can 1 solve the entire Jewish problem ; but it is sensible to assume some part, however small in relation to the whole and perform that task with zeal and directness. It is our duty in this sombre hour for Jewry to strengthen Palestine, anil that means that work for Palestine must have the backing of larger numbers of people." Asserting that a characteristic of contemporary times is the leadership of youth in nearly every mass movement, the Junior Hadassah president urged the units of the organization in 215 cities to spread a knowledge of Zionist aims and enroll new adherents. The present membership of Junior Hadassah is 15,000. In addition to "the fostering of Zionist ideals" as its education program in the United States. Junior Hadassah maintains three educatioual institutions in Palestine—Meier Shfeyah. a model children'! village in Samaria; the Pardess Anna training farm near the children's village, and the Henrietta Szold school of Nursing in Jerusalem. NEW OFFICERS ABE ELECTED At an unusually large meeting of Beth Jacob Congregation officers for the coming year were elected as follows : Morris B. Frank, President; Lao Robinson, First Vice-President; Harry Wasserman, Second Vice-President ; M. Abraham, Treasurer; A. Louis Mechlowitz, Secretary; Max Feit. Sexton. Prior to the elections the report of Mr. M. B. Frank who had served as Secretary for the past several years and the auditor's report were presented and unanimously adopted. Mr. Frank, the new President, was one of the organizers of the Congregation and active worker for many years. The Board of Trustees will bo chosen by the President and will be announced in our next issue. Plans for the completion of the Synagogue edifice and intensive work for the coming year will be discussed by the incoming administration at their next meeting.



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• pj I K 11 lis Hi' %  A tin l • ih. ial -n •I fi. lu mfa %  I F. i in ih t PAGE TWO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 rVNAl B'RITH TO I'RFSFNT MOTHER'S HAY PROGRAM r Mather*! Pay IVrith. an annual etCBI i • now N'inc eompl f'l i i *.' i i' Dl 1 [Sv %  M VRR1 \i 1 M 111 \1 v TO BE PI RFORMED %  ..% %  V "' -Mr K.. to Mr. F Miitfl I '' %  %  • • H. K %  rill \ w v A P %  .. Mrs R R v % %  "•' I •-• • • I %  -• • •rill be m %  ^P IINDI ( r PASSOVER • • Ml LM1 r ST! nrv i 8 <1 ESTS \T SADRR ts XI %  %  i • • \\M \l I'll Ml TO Bl 111 I l> J | Welcome Hadassah THE HOUSE OF A R T SCI LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach FTS IV. iRIES IVORY MIXATI'RES [OS VANITIES -. ARFS DRASTIC REDUCTIONS I ENTIRE STOCK %  ; • i. JC. Haul \ v Sa.Vrs preached the %  • • MiiUNii l> TO GROrP M .. • • • I IMP FOR Jl W I*" V,i>\ 1* OPENED pi %  sh boys Re-Elect a Proven Friend of all the People Look at his record M i: FRANK Who :elected pnoMcnl "f Beth 1 ii i i • _. i gat ;.'ii lad • • !> I •Brvvn1 \ *' B -' \ %  T p is %  %  \v. -• N'nnh C tains ..... I .• r'..r :: writing to l; S. Wi I, N. C. WORD RECEIVED OF HEATH w • last we How to I IMPROVEi I Business Property 1 I sin l'rtha Ota* • v. the 1 Ml 12 p %  "who \ j ,i lingering two daughters. V (> 1 of M ami ;iinl Mr-. \ N. w rork, and one --• -. Mrs H Altman 1I Loi Angeli, \: \ w Sork. • • • RETURNS FROM NEW YORK Mrs. 1' I SI inn i to Ibe \. y. rk hi: i she atI % %  • %  ral of ber mother. • • • ItKTl RN8 FOR THE HOLIDAYS I Mr. and Mi. N \ i Iman, came to Miami i lidays with bis | i Hi will Ii avi for Wash_• i >. r.. .lit. r the holidays to at Georgi town Unity. OFFK l !:•* ARE Mil TED i A Bun held it %  -i Hotel win %  Mrs. ] Opti presMrs. M .1 Mr*. Harry M i '! 1.MI ll*ITinii:illllllll!UIIMtllll!lll!llllllll.l a KOSHER ZION 1 SAUSAGE CO. INC. 37th St. and Normal Ave CHICAGO, ILL. Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats NOW OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA DEMAND IT FROM YOUR DELICATESSEN second rlce-pwaldeiit: Mrs. Louis Harts, third viec-preident ; MrHenry Bulbin, treasurer ; Mrs. Btanley r. Myers, financial secretary; Mrs, \|. I..] i K. RosenthaL recording secretary; Mrs. Harry O. Kaufman, eo r responding secretary; Mrs. it. it. A.|. ler, auditor, and the nine members ti> the board ware Mrs. Bam n Mrs. M. [. Marcus, Mrs. Ram K Mrs, Herbert Simon, Mr-, y, Cowen, Mrs. Mtfrrii AJpert, Mrs. LewBrown, Mrs. Charles Werbl. ,. | Mrs, II. II. Miller. The m ing of tliAuxiliary will be l> I M • lth. Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better tim than now to build on* The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Possible rjlve me 8 call anil I Will vou to (tet the best sible InformAtK.n aa to Its p;..:i H. SIMONS Care Ackerman Ins. Agency %<£ I \\\ Hadassah i %  ,-,_ •i 1 A> 1 ^ m f Bs %  *^ J %  MM f fegj Candidate for Re-Election GEORGE E. HOLT REPRESENTATIVE Group One .'•. .<-n*' GREETINGS TO HADASSAH AMERICAN BANK TRUST & CO. SET MIAMI ri;.:DA LEO ROBINSON President \. Down Payme I a New Construction VOTE FOR D. STUART GILLIS CANDIDATE U. S. SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER HAS MADE GOOD RETURN HIM FOR A FULL TERM Pd. Political Adv. Home Improvements j Ym to Pay Farm Property f&outUte'j in ^ : • i • • • • • • • • WE ARE NOT A BANK j BUT WE CAN HELP YOU J i i i MARKOWITZ ft RESNICK • ON THE CIRCLE— BUT ON THE SQUARE 1220 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 3-3351 cool sheer Point D* Esprit Net i i • t i • i New pastel shades ideal for street dresses, evening frocks. and particularly appropriate for graduating: dresses. Peach. Golden Rod, Sky Blue. Rosebud. Coral, Turquoise, Cornflower and White. About 72 inches wide, only 3 3-4 yards required for Pictorial Review pattern No. 8830 Sketched. Yard 1.00 Bl KIllNKs RE| ilMi pi DOR



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1 • PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938 K. n Hi up po A tin %  • ih. ial -n of fii ha av fo al F. • in Ih t ar K liar n dl leH^seseH^, FEATURETTES THE WORLD'S WINDOW •Bv LUDWIG LEWISOHNV I. .: v. v I .I "•' ';' i %  v I km i lews vita ." t %  %  • th tbe w h ale I ha ;tf: wvary %  BM 1 • a pMi I I an • i. the •:"•. J*teec: F — %  r There are ea not writs l A" .JeWl hive 1 hack aa iaasi .. it.%  la It The HI b i IVee are •.:*%  %  %  • T'..o( •.; : if at ware B4 Jean ? wsM ry—ti ai I: a r try % %  the %  %  %  -. • %  • %  %  -Tit. %  %  • Aasaac t h e n rr-ftaae,f *• • • i %  •'{-. %  •*• i %  -. %  -w you a taesi.• the hcvad-miaded J-. > that 1! • gakaa dewa every-.h:r.g ari : Jewish F,-r to ae• rs Jewish il Rat I ral r rasa a* all th* 0 :".e* in the -• -: B. T.^se a any esaI IV? i?f j! bt ea t s' i* all the -w IPC the Jewish > %  f la %  • %  1 a. I oi wish ITS i:.: an Jewish BMC and Jew Bat the -. %  t i : : %  .1 not a : -• be%  -.hit are i AT.: i BMfe :s tbe Basaay. BwJ P*oI : ::• i ::• tr;.->ral and ziater.al _i save itself. W are a deser-.-f ha-audbar. hke that which Maaaa led tank There ar* tfeeaamas vka as* t\r Eg-. pr;>:=isec '.ar.: of eiTloieA. By HARRY SCHWARTZ >U\ F Rare (left %  Omaha. Nrera.Aa. and Dr. Wt 3. Levinger. Colaaataa, Ohio, have bora named dirotnor ct orfanintkin and publirity aad diro. research. rosporti\e \y. ol B'nai B nth national Vorational Sorvie* Bureau. Dr. l^vinfw has just isuod a new bookie*. "FTofpaafonaJ Opportuaitiea (or Jr*i**> Youth.' which may be obtained from the Bureao. %  I -- .: :i.aartb ~ Ham : .ays I 4 %  Httf t* i raW '.tt: the Ecrr'-*-* I .e tie terrible peeiabif of %  1 vhc i:i :.t : .t?.re W '.eave •The days of da:.aa aa I '.'. :'-warld—atpeciall} v.arv ar..: A M aw tary, I c tbe Baatera J-< theagb bmitvaad aci orpre*eJ. hive M %  tier kut tive eiaiOB. For ar.: the peak of "Ibera. We American Jws ire r-.'t ye: even at tbe foot of W, sre BOt ret r-ady to ac-ral '.ivr of our belnt f"f ami %  vo salvation and the iron. His a".: thai "r-een said before: T.-rbapa. B;t ha it been heeded. Un. -.: we are lost. Not a paaaaaM avaaaaet Even the tireaome f droshe is better than that. .... BIOGRAPHY OF ALEXANDER H. ROSEN FEI.D What the organization thinks of Al can bet be eremplified by his selection t" two terms as president of the Y. M. II. A. Al was born in Warsaw. Poland. July IT. 1800.' Later migrated to Atlanta. Ga.. where he attended th grade and high schools of .that city. I'pon completing h:< high school days h-' entered G e o rg i i Tech and then New York University, from which achoo'. he graduated wi-.h honor-. Majored in accounting. Wa .i member of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. First came to Miami in 192". Al fo'lowed Marry OroaaHun as president of the Y. It H. A. in 1934 A:. I was later re-elected in 1938. n tl been vitally instrumental in every function and undertaking of the organbmtion. Al chairmaned the purchasing of our present property ani was chairman of two of the moat outstanding events presented by Y ." namely The Parade of Star-. Al is presently serving a three year term on tie Board of Directors. While President. Al served as sponsor of the Junior Y. M. H. A. Aside from lduties at the "Y" he is President of the Retail Cleaners Association of Greater Miami, and a member of tbe B'r.i: B'ritfc. Al is a cewly-wM. having been mairil : a Ban 16 year-. Th E have one daugh'-r. BatJ 11 yea* old. A ti^-cr^: tia: hf rooesse-i Fry-awKrT-ai Sctafbi ~i liiall ia?t^i iat aa leare ha aaaa> y !-al iT-fj.ti. A atraege a =r i laoor. lai F **z hj u iiu i_ci x acdji ^r. = rh.i-. • -ii.. H*a at* ara ov •erti M i > Bear aaea at* yaai! N: > % %  •". J %  -: ?••* e^JArts ': • laaaa at aha aralai tae >C-M i-aetiaevi aea. aa I *> aoy auiy rhjajaaaa. Bhaw : %  a ." : ataaai rjaseir *o •" -•* J1 < Zi=e-* be bad •iocr=-. "aai we cxr^Ui-ia: ecr pecii^. irie r L' of cat :t fcU3c Jews :s tie warid eacb wee^ caeaihaaa e' a ;< r. : j err* day. Lia: wsiil l arm. -TI> a *5 %  -^ ifcjoe J^-ia aa mri i w iarsa* oaa: v*i Bhaj -^l^z^. F--"!aavj iiif T wji ax sc> t rCiicvr y:-'ww t -,. i ; ^sc star rf acrjaa. T.-aae =ii< ntitj baa.be izacraceij i c^' -ra ,*i=i E32cr B^i wa-i J-rwaa V i--r Jsaf.. 1 *^ ir3: =* ^ •= be irecoed a -Aae£| b at to e^r. iar aad ** ? "**" :ie "*i of i pea; wor^wid* wp-^-ft JJJ g-rn '•B3f "c baai m'jri : bxr. cat las r*T *=*** P^^= e ar i=-._• cf£tocjoc. a a=a a=E=e=t secure tat 'jai ci ist broad \ihew of 7^—=^c i-c a-ir> yc fo, iti.rf —-'-~%  art fnr-l Oae TT~BB i: _: :. : %  .V*ta4 aca ai WJCT iirmw? am af Ae Jeni Xaaea! T=J hj^. ;, Dae_cbt ij ecap, -^ rf j^^ JEWISH NAnONAL FUND 111FIFTH AVENUE^* NEW Y^OIK' CITY BIOGRAPHY OF ABE WISER A wsj S^rr. la Detroitlalds' %  ". 108 w.-t to framtr.ar aDetroit and rbere 1 I \; | a %  I %  .: %  --.-•..-. Was %  at school as i ~--"-I track team. dispU).:.stast ability in the high jnaip At th* T Abe hr.= alsyew on the -Y~ diaraondball v^:.. yba".'. and handball '%  f the ritching mairteam. Abe rifiaa] charter %  am V V. H. A„ and has :y to furth•he rganixaticB. By %  • %  c'e. • year sthe Young B stew As,-v:ation has atltsaa f the Jewish popalaI *be Greater Miami area. The T W n A t-.ide.'. by iu capable teiesit. Miss Ida EnsSer. and the I M H. A. under its new :•• %  Hysaai M.-'..-. aaa >:—-.-'-r wiaa s^rrort ar^ reornirion fro= the ee= and wceaen and tbe boys ani girls of thai area tat t'-ir BH wwel lawmiwa a m-A needed Jewish CenTbe erer growing enraVr -' %  eacb of these diTiaions is • %  ft >rs and anib'f these gronps Don't let them i her masty FiiiwaV :-? 5-.-i*J Vm Marioa RoseaKs Havrn. Conn. Jaly Bb Caatissaed .. f^g, Shae) i



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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I PAGE FIVE BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6996 Albacor* Drive—6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-9548 MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning. Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish communJty, or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in Ftrict confidence. FRIDAY NIGHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE CONGREGATIONAL PASSOVER CALENDAR Thursday evening, April 21st. 1088, nt 8:18 p. m., Dr. Kaplan will speak on "The Four Parties at the Red Sea.'' Services will be conducted by Rabbi Zwitman. MEMORIAL SERVICES Friday morning, April 22nd, at 10:00 a. m., Rabbi Zwitman will deliver the Memorial address on the subject: "Are We Immortal?" Services will be conducted by Dr. Kaplan. Friday evening, April 22nd, 193S at 8:15 p. m., Lester Stein, student of the Hebrew Union College, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loo Stein, will be the gue9t speaker at the Temple. His subject will be: "Two-thirds of a Man." The services will be conducted by Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman. A LETTER ABOUT THE SEDER TO THE TEMPLE Dear Friends: We were present at your Seder the other night and we insist that you place in your bulletin the following report: The first night of the Passover was ushered in at Temple Israel in an atmosphere of combined spirit of reverence and joviality. The 200 xuests who participated in the Seder left the festive boards with a unanimous opinion that this was a most memoriable event in their lives. Both Rabbis officiated in a most splendid manner, and everyone present, from the youngsters who asked the Four Questions, both in Hebrew and English, to the oldest members present had an active part in conducting these services. Contrary to usual misinformed opinion which holds that a catered dinner in a religious institution can never be a good one; and contrary to the erring belicf^of many who hold that a Seder in a Temple is a spiritual event with emphasis on the Haggndah, but underestimation of the "knadlach" (in plainer words the meal itself is below par,)—we stress in this brief report, that the meal which was served to those present was par excellence, and the most critical gourmet would have been delighted by the eleven courses (not counting haroses and morror and other Seder addenda) which were efficiently and warmly served to the guests. If these few paragraphs about the Temple Seder seem tinted with a frolicking spirit, it is only because the spirit of the Seder was so contagious that it affected the writer and still lingers in his (or her) memory, and shall be remembered until the next Seder given by the Temple next year. In view of the many reservations, and in view of the (literally) hundreds of people that had been turnei away, because of a lack of space, we would advise that reservations for next year's Seder or perhaps reservations for any dinner which the Temple will give, should be flocking in by now. Hoping to be with you at all of your services, and at all of your banquets and happy occasions, we are Tours really, "TWO TOURISTS." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL On Sunday morning, April 17th, 1038. the children of our Religious School participated in a special service, and a children's Seder, which was held downstairs in Kaplan Hall. Seated around the tables where the Seder had been held on Friday evening, the children, under the direction of Rabbi Zwitman, conducted a service and a beautiful Seder ceremony. Dr. Kaplan delivered an address on the significance of the Passover, and members of Mrs. Ethel Grossman's Class read a group of very Interesting papera on tha subject "TJje Part that I played In <>ur Seder at Home." WITH OCR RABBIS Radio Program. This Bundaj i I ternoon Dr. Kaplan ami Rabbi Zwitman will be heard orer the Jewish Hour, over Station VFIOD at 8:80 p. m. Tinsubject which they will disCOJM will !• "The Election of Israel, and the Law of Holiness.'' Cantor Victor Jacob; of Prague, Csechohla* akia. will be heard on the program In a group of beautiful Hebrew selections. Dr. Kaplan is leaving for Gainesville Monday morning. April li.1tli. with Mrs. Kaplan. He will deliver two lectures on the subject: 'The Pastor in the Community," nt the short course for ministers which is to h.' given this year at Gainesville. Florida, between April 25th and 20th. On Sunday evening. April 24th. Dr. Kaplan will be the guest speaker in 'i Pllm Beach at the J. D. C.-U. P. A. Meeting. On Thursday afternoon, April 14th. Rabbi Zwitman spoke at the Shenandoah Junior High School at a special assembly.on "The Passover Festival and Israel's Ideals." PASSOVER RECIPES M. L. MARCUS CO. Office Supplies and Furniture Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing LOWEST CASH PRICES 41 N C. First St. Ph. 2-1661 GEFILTE FISH OR FISH BALLS 3 pounds fish. 2 large onions. 2 eggs. 2 matzos. 1 teaspoon salt. 2 carrots. Celery Pinch of pepper. For best results use more than one variety of fish. Pike mixed with white fish, buffalo or pickerel are very satisfactory. Remove skins and bones from fish. Soak matzos in lukewarm water, press out excess water. Put one onion, fish and press soaked matzos through food chopper. Stir in unbeaten eggs one at a time. Add seasoning. Stir well. Shape into balls or stuff into skins, and put into dish lined with fish bones, one onion. carrots and celery leaves. Add %  boiling water to cover Hah. Be sure not to pour directly over fish balls or they will go to pieces. Bring to %  boil and cook for at least two hours. Be careful nor to let it burn. If a granite kettle i~ used it is advisa to pot it n a metal or asbestos pad instead of on direct flame. FRUIT PUDDING Bei t up 4 egg*, yolks and white. -• |.. i. ter/. To yolks „,!,] ), n lf 011 p su gar. 1' tables) ns f;it. one-fourth teaspoon salt and dash of cinnamon. 2 shredded app l es and one-fourth cup water. Fold in white and bake in greased tin for one hour. Then make syrup of one half cup sugar, grated rind and juice of lemon, grated rind and juice of orange, and 1 cup water. Pour hot syrup over pudding. Continue baking until Uqnld is absorbed —about 15 minutes. Garnish with stewed prunes. "FLEISHIG" BORSHT 6 medium beets 1 1-2 pounds fat beef. 3 large onions. 3 pints water. 2 lemons. Sugar to taste. 1 clove garlic. Wash, scrape and shred red beets or put through meat grinder. Put in kettle. Add fat, brisket of beef, or flank, three large onions, a little salt to taste and let cook until beets and meat are tender. Then add lemon juice. Boil about 1." minutes. Beat up 2 wrole eggs well and add 2 teaspoons cold water to eggs and pour hot mixture over It. KNOEDEL 1 1-4 cups matzo meal. 1-2 tablespoon salt. 1-4 cup chicken fat. 1-2 cup hot water. 3 eggs. 1-2 teaspoon onion juice. Stir hot water and salt into fat. I •' I little, then add will eggs, onion Juice and matzo meaL Mix weD and let stand 1 hour. Then boil 1 1-2 quarts water, adding 1 and 1 large onion. Let boil ."> minutes, then drop in halls rolled from matao meal mixture. Boil 2i1 minutes and serve in DENTIST DR. R. S. AKERS DR. R. WILLIAMSON DR. H. L. ANDERSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph. 2-2^31 1764 N. W. 36th St. LOW FARES JUSTICE y Qt THI SUPREME COURT Democratic Primary, /93$ T-.ty-fiv. aaflae *••" hfmn"' %  *• Cn.nl Pttctic* el UlOU TWO rJoGUST BROS Rvp J* la the BEST.' 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I PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL! 1338 CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOMS MESCHELOFF, Rabbi :'.•* Jfiiniiin Avanue •|hon. 6-1SJS MAURICE Q. MAMCHES. Cantor 7M Marldian Avanue •Phana -201S DA1L1 HERV1CBS M.iiniUKH MI T :(M> IIIUI 8:00 Mill lui iroin 0 :IH> evenings. Battirdaj raornlan m 7 :0 Oand B:00laftM l>.\vs PASSOVn i'\ii) home iinisi prepare mi Brut 'I'Nvshiliu Thuradaj ro permit tvokiuji fix, mFri.Uv for 8utiir,liiv. S.MnciNi i!l be held id our Svna Kviiiii 'linnN.i.-i> nn.l Pridaj I'li'iimc ni it ir>; Kn.iiij and Saturday mom Inn ii ; (H> and !' . BabM Mooes Mi -. iioi.-fi' iii preach Friday morn Ina on A \i- Bang.* 1 Sat-.mornini hi" will apeak before the Viakor or Manorial Berrlee. Cantor Maurice Maurice Mamchea :: chant II! I!-. iI I \ surAcRMOOD a arhood ";ll h ild .i i bjv m the fthoreham Hotel ..n Man. .i> Maj "-V.! al 1 Ml f i III n> to I 0 I .! .i!i rak li r 8i '>' v lor i 8j n| -.. M IV II 1 .V -.. • SIMVW BBSSIONS tOMMF.NCKMKNT The Oommeneemenl awKlaM of our graduating Bundai Bamloaa daai iii in' held smiiiny evening, May lal %  t 8 KM p. in A beautiful program is being arrangad. On tincommittee an ilio Rabbi and Cantor, Mr. A. I.. Merhlowita, Miss Malrina Welaa. Pin:il examination* will bo given to nil applicants for graduation on Bnnda) morning. April Men, and the following Sim ::t* M:l> 1st. II \BANOTH TliiHabanota •rill mart aaxl Moagal -ii 7 iH> p. in. Discussion of the program which ihey will present ill M J ; • III bo held. The girl* II learn a number of PaleetinPROMOTION AND MODEL SKDBR 8 | session* promotion and n M 8 ler preoented bj the Hebrew 8 %  at coupled with a l*as* i %  -" preaented bj v a .-( Miami B M eeei .. :. [died bj 8 Tli.' community has been greatly in need'of this lovulj gift to record It* rarloo* raneita 'l to Ke "P >"' r in.-iiii'iillv the names Of livinc Jews who have achieved meritoiius ewviee. to tin' community. CONFIRMATION CLASS Ai tail Thnraday ^afternoon*! don all membera of the Coaflrmatlon rlaeae* of 1088 received their asalgnmenta for confirmation which will take place on Baevuoa morning, June Bth. The following member* will take their final eaaminatlon* in, Jewish History. Bible, Jewish Customs IIIUI t'erenii'iilei and the Confirmation Manual: Louie Landau. Pal Sadler, Norm* Wlttenatein, Pearl *nd Mildred Balmovrita, Oacar TVtenbaum, Julian Bornstein of riiTiiiont. Marion Hoffman. Sheila Bpilky ->f Mt. Dora. Prlcllla Friedlander >'f ^Lake Wales, Neal Wlttenatein, Charle* Bhader, Ethel Blattner. The musical program ii j MM Birdie Weiner and Morris Gordon. At tinfloral offering Mr*. Bell* Hoffman will render a roeal solo Tin' confirmation ..meet from now on with the K s S HO p. m.. %  rhursday* ai : CHILDREN'S SEDER To cloae the Passover holidays, tli." children of the BoUgiooa and Hebrew Schools, will have a el.wiiiR Passover program On Sunday, April 24 at 7 :(X) p in. They will i-onduct < %  in Hebrew and English; witl dren enacting the parts offl Mother and family respvctivH PROVEN ABILITY VOTE FOR HENRY H. FILER FOR CONGRESS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Political Ad Paid for by Friends of Henry H. Filer iiriirniiimiimiimm 0 K A Y X 0 0 OUR LIGHT" S DNg> HELLED %  > DORig SIONg> HELLER EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM EOLA DKI\-E ORLANDO FLA. RABBI MORKIS A SKOP HARWKU 8 ORLANDO TLA. I i;il>V\ Mi.Ill M t ;> n I S .. | s %  • '. i rw ii v. r....... %. ^ %  ; i \ u tiat • A: i M N ... %  > r \ p .... > JACOB MEMORLU W I Mr*. T k s CAMP FRENCH BROAD — for — JEWISH BOYS BREVARD, N. C. Season From July 1st to September 1st | RATES: 315.00 PER WEEK Send for Descriptive Booklet and Information to: Rabbi Samuel Wrubel DIRECTOR Box m\ Brevard, X. C. MMMMarafMraMMi PLAY SAFE Mark Your Ballot FOR Mark Wilcox RUSSELL F. HAND TO THE Board Of Public Instruction DISTRICT TWO F^r KB E:::;:e::t BusinessIn A. : v.-.ustr.r.ion of our Psblk S:::?o: System. FOR U. S. Senate The Crarker Boy who made rood thr\ujh three mi >-, •. r II, term, in (**. and O^ lAUtft BUV HlIU produced many ben district. They Can" Scare Him WIN WITH WILCOX Wit \T*S IN \\ V. r-ji;i j. vr M V Bfeaal M Ma* • aaj IMW sawmitf* a ex arms ha aaa aw "Utt i*-nnr \ — n aa ir. laar ROBERT R. IBOB) WIIJL1A)6 .*e. ^ Ml,e$ Nervme fZipM or Bf *rv*acx tSZ7 %  *% -Varrora .CSfiS2SS5 Ne ^ H^l,? ^^^S^^^^JofriaBd, ^111 I NERVINE Ii



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tIL & 1038 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN ******^am of Sr.-Jr. Hadassah Southern Region Convention —10:00 A. M. 0—10:80 A. M. 3CK>— l :80 P. M. Presiding: Knowledge and Service, "Knowledge nnd learning will bring pence to the world" Knowledge is not the main thing in life, but the use of it." —Talmud. MONDAY, APRIL 25th, 1938 Registration of Delegates Separate Board Meetings of Senior and Junior Opening Session—Joint Session Montgomery Atlanta Mrs. Barney Wrinkle Miss Ida Safer Mrs. Sanford Hanoi Miss Bessie Geffen Mrs. Sanford Marcus Miss Bessie Geffen Mrs. Morris Plant Miss liana Maek Mrs. Sanford Marcus Miss Bessie Ceffen Greetings : City of Miami Beach Senior Chapter Miami, Junior Chapter Miami. National Council Jewish Women Zionist Organization Temple, Synagogues Sisterhoods Response to Welcome i Senior Hadassah Junior Hadassah Reports of Presidents Senior Hadassah Junior Hadassah Appointment of Committees Report of Credential Committee Senior Hadassah Junior Hadassah Discussion of Realignment of Southern Region MONDAY AFTERNOON 1:00 P. M.—Formal Luncheon Victor Hotel—Miami Beach, Florida Presiding Mrs. Hurry Grossman Convention Chairman Miami Jr. Hadassa*h Invocation: Frieda Miller I.utsky Songs: Miami Junior Hadassah Glee Club Greetings : President Southern Region Jr. Hadassah Miss Bessie Geffen President Miami Junior Hadassah Miss Ida Safer President Miami Senior Hadassah Mrs. Barney Weinkle Chairman Convention Miami Senior Hadassah Mrs. Joseph Williamson Presentation Membership Award: Miss Jeanette Prystowsky Charleston \ "Yesterday's Women Today" Written and directed by Frieda Miller Lutsky Presented by Miami I'nit Junior Hadassah Music: Aaron Parr Mrs. Emanuel Halpern, New York Rabbi Moses Meschcloff Separate Businet* Sessions SENIOR SESSION Presiding: Mrs. Sanford Marcus ', | •. -, • • Minutes Memphis Conference Mrs. Ben Roth Report of Treasurer: Mrs. Samuel Hornstcjn Report of Officers Report of Committee Chairmen S|ieaking Bureau : Mrs. Ben Stein Bulletin : Mrs. Louis Kaufman Poster : Mrs. Eugene Bespalow Organization : Mrs. William Kirsbner Tableau : Address: Benediction : 3:00—5:00 P. M. Birmingham Savannah Jacksonville Montgomery Memphis Nashville JUNIOR SESSION Presiding : Miss Bessie Geffen Minutes of Memphis Conference: Mrs. Irving Querido Report of Treasurer: Miss Fannie Moskowitz, Committee Chairmen Reports 7:30 P. M.—Banquet and Dance Toastmistress: Mrs. Isadorc Weinstein Invocation : Mrs. Tobias Simon Address: Mrs. Emanuel Halpern -Music Benediction : Rabbi Max Shapiro TUESDAY, APRIL 26th, 1938 0:00—10:00 A. M. Committee Meetings 10:00— 1 :


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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY y APMLl Y. M. H. A. NOTES < Continued fro ml'age Four1005. has unquestionably been one of the BUM) ardent members and officers of the Y. W. II. A. Was elected n charter member of the Y. W. n. A., and elected Vice-President during the sessions Of 198647. Her splendid work wai rewarded with the presidency the following year. Many social and financial aucceaaea were held under her sponsorship, nnd today her capacity is chairman of the board of directors of the Y. W. H. A. Mrs. Shindell also belongs to the Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood where ihe teaches Sunday School. Was a pupil of the public and high schools of New Haven nnd Inter attended Stone's College of that city. Was married in Bridgeport, Conn.. October 38, 3020. Is the proud mother of two boys and one girl. Her desire is to see the early erection of a Community Center. '11 conduct DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT AT Tin: ALABIAG, APRIL 23. lass Everyone will be there. Where? At the Alamac Hotel. 1300 Collins Avenue. Miami Bench. Why? To help Increase the Y. W. II. A. treasury and have one swell time. Time is fl .00 p. in., admission 7.V stag or $1.00 drag. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Waller Jacobs and the lovely ladies of the Y. W. II A. HARRY SMART'S BIRTHDAY PARTY A WOW Y. asiree those "Y" clubrooms sure wer.. packed. All there for one purpose, to help Harry celebrate his 70th birthday, and celebrate he did ami they did. According to final statists Harry received every sort of gift ranging from a nipple to a eon hit i urly hair. Y. W. II. \. MOONLIGHT BOAT CRUISE May 1st at 8:30 p. m.. the friends and members of the Y. W. II. A. will all be aboard the good ship "Biacayne" for n four hour jaunt on the Bay Biscayne. plus fine dance music and an impromptu entertainment program, presently rehearsing. Tickets are $1.30 per couple. ANNUAL "Y" BAZAAR TO BE HELD MAY 16 Gigantic plans are being mad,by Chairman Ben Serkin nnd his Committee for the annual Y. M. II. A. Baaanr and Festival which will be held Sunday. May 15. n t the "Y" clubrooms. Do not make any other plans for this date. In fact if you remember last year's grand success I know yon won't. Watch this column for further data. SCENES OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR HADASSAH WORK These include Hospitals, Meier Shfeyah, a model Children's Village; Pardess Anna Training Farm; Henrietta Szold School of Nursing in Jerusalem POLITICAL BRIEFS DIAMONDBALL NEWS V M. H A. officials arc still debating the feasibility of having two teams represent them. The Beach League is practically assured of a "Y" entry and now the Civic League is about ready to form. Manager Dr. Barney Weir.kle. urge* all diamondball enthnaiaata to come out for the weekly Sunday practice sessions at Flamingo Park. •V SEEKING ANOTHER MAY QUEEN' WINNER Last year Miss Evelyn Marks representing the 'Y" w a :ked away with the annual Junior Hadassah May Jneen honors. Who will it be this year? BOY SCOUT NEWS Troop S i x I, Rt present p ra( ti( ine very hard for the annual inspection nnd drill to be held Thursday evening April % at Miami Field. Two large silver trophies will be presented to the winning troops and the "Y" troop is in high hopes that they mav earnhome one or both of the coveted troPh.es. The troop is being trained under the able leadership of Captain Bergida. T\ S. Intelligence, retired and will be drilled that night by assistant Scoutmaster Al Steinberg. Harry Saul is their new Scoutmaster and he would surely appreciate your presence at this affair. Tuesday. April 2$. Come nnd cheer the boys on to victory Meeting the issues raised in the campaign in his usual vigorous nnd forward manner States Attorney George A. Worley who is a candidate for re-election has given a splendid account of nil fine record in this office and other positions he has held. A resident of Miami for a long number of years. Mr. Worley who served in the aviation corps during the World War. has served as Deputy in the office of the Clerk of the Criminal Court, as Assistant County Solici, tor under Solicitors McCaskill nnd I Pine and as State's Attorney since 1985. Fearless and energetic Mr. | Worley has administered the duties : of the office regardless of recriminations. He asks a return to the office on that record. Univeriaty of Miami as a law student and was admitted to the Bar in 1031. While attending the University of Miami he earned his way by serving an n policeman on the Miami force. He is a member of the Masons. Elks, Junior Chamber of Commerce, Young Democratic Club and the University Club. In his fight for Congress he bus sir, s-,.,1 hi s unalterable opposition to Fascism. Nazi-ism and all un-American propaganda. Ho will favor legislation in Congress to bar such propaganda from this country, and such other legislation as this district properly merits, such as the change in the tariff laws which have discriminated against Dnde County and Florida in I favor of Cuba. Active in his enm[ pnign are Sidney L. Segall. E. Albert j Pallot and other active Jewish communal workers. Campaigning for Congress from the Fourth Congressional District, Pat Cannon who received more than I twenty-four thousand votes against the incumbent Mark Wilcox two T^nrs ago. is again receiving the rap. port of thousands of ardent Townsendite* in the district. A native of Georgia, raised in South Carolina, he oame to Miami in 1938. Having received his pre-law training in Stetson In.versity and Wofford College of Bpartanbarg. S. C. he entered the Two handsome yonng men were accepted into the Y. M. H. A. last week. DO T vunt to know? Veil. I'll tell you: Sam Block and Al Draeger. Da you remember little Dot Harris, I former Y. W. H. A. member? Well. j Pot >s presently living in Winston, Salem and will be married soon to a yovtg man from Washington, D. C, whom she met in Miami. Hots and Dashes from Coast to Coast. Who does that remind yon of? *ou said it—until next week. J. Mark Wilcox received n rousing reception at the political rally in Bayfront Park last Tuesday night when he courageously discussed the issues of the present campaign and charged that jobs were being given out by the national administration in an endeavor to unfairly influence the campaign. Mr. Wilcox. who is now completing his third term in Congress is a candidate for U. S. Senntor from Florida, nnd points to his record in Congress as evidence of his ability to faithfully and capably serve the people of Florida in the United States Senate. During his terms in Congress he advocated the Municipal Bankruptcy Act. and was one of the main factors in the development of the Key West Highway, and other important improvements and expenditures by the Federal government in this area. When he felt that the interests of all the people and the taxpayers would better be served by refusing to aeced to the demands of the President, Mr. Wilcox did not hesitate to voice his convictions even though it meant that he would receive opposition from those %  n nuthoritv |„ thig ecn atorial fight. Mr W.lcox. who is fr 0m West P nlm Beach, served as City Attorney there prior 0 his election to Congress. If Jtoetod ,o the Senate. Mr. Wilcox promise, a fearless. Intelligent repre sentation of all the people. State Senator Graham of Dado County has brought the candidacy of State Senator D. Stuart Gillis to the front during the past several weeks. Urging the people to a realization of the duties of the Supreme Court of Florida, he has emphatically urged the election of Senator Gillis in Group l. because of his record of service to the people, and his knowledge of what the people's needs are. Having served hit town, county and state with dignity and devotion, Senator Gillis asks that he be sent to the Supreme Court nnd promises, if elected, to give the same service in that position as he has in all other public offices he has held. Serving as Assistant County Solicitor for Dade County. Fritz Gordon who is a candidate for election to the Legislature in Group 1. demonstrated his ability to grasp problems and to net intelligently on them. He proposes to do the same thing now and to champion the cause of the mass of Dade County citizenry if elected to the Legislature. Pointing out that Dade County contributes far more to the State, and receives proportionately far less than any other county lie promises an active battle in the Legislature, if elected, to remedy this situation. expenditures, Dave Sholtz made your interest his business. He would make a trip to Washington and mnke an •• that Florida got its share. The citizens of Florida were the ones to ben. efit from his effort and the records show that he made thirty such trips to Washington and secured from the Federal Government of the United States more than $6.".000.000.00. an average of more than -2.000.000 a trip, for the State of Florida without matching funds. Expressing himself as "well pleased with his campaign in every section of the state. Dave Sholtz. cand.date for the U. S. Senate, said he had made a careful check and there was no doubt that he would be in the second primary. The Sholtz 'platform includes pa 8 sage of the General Welfare Act, repeal of the old-age pension law, modification of the farm bill which now restricts tobacco and cotton planting in Florida, more industries, payrolls, tourists and improvements for the state, legislation favoring war veter bmer n J ''t nUnte nati naI ^ %  better^ working and living condition. During Dave Sholtz' administration his contacts with the Federal Government were most intimate in Washington and most beneficial to Florida On every occasion of large Federal Rnaae] F. Hand, candidate for the Board of Public Instruction (School Board) in District 2, is a native of Florida, is 42 years old and has lived in Miami for 38 years. He is now serving his fourth term as school trustee in Dade County, and is president of the Association of School Trustees. Being interested in the public school system for many years, his ehildren attending the public achools. He is unusually qualified because of study and experience for the duties of the office he now seeks. He has served as past master of Biscayne BV Lodge of the Masonic Order, of which he is now secretary; I, secretary of the Miami Acacia Club, a member of Mahi Shrine, the Elks nnd the Order of Eastern Star. He is at present actively engaged in the ZZ1 ro nnCP bu8tn '""' ** %  off'ces in the Seybold Building. olntv d "'"I agent tot Dade ^•nty during the past two years is %  .-; candidate for the offiTn d £ 7 !" "*' the voters of tbe conn{i <*. thus effect* h mPOrtant <*•Wnnds orSSs T'"" ^^yers of tb"^n t y nUaU7t0 th — —



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APRIL 15, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE r CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY iHE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE EECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY KnnORDION I NSTRUCTION ACCOROIONS turn, to beginners;— *not necessary to buy accordion to '., i Guarantee beginners to play ', ,„ y band in 10 wwkg. c SJ d ,K n .,;. 135.00 mid up. Brdell MutchkI 1 Q2 S. W. 7th St. ACCOUNTANTS KLES B. SELDEN, C. P. A. U t s — Byatema — Tax service X,Florida Instltul of .\ceount[ io Beybold Building, Miami, phone 2-6645 DRAPERIES ATTRACTIONS %  e n"en^hop BETTER DRAPERIES Phone T-:;i:i'"-. HTUi and ind Air. N. B. HEALTH CLINIC FISH MARKET THE AQUARIUM l DEEP BBA SPECIMENS i the Gull Stream. Hie Everglades JSouth Florida. Many Interesting |NOVEI/I IES AND OIPTB J FOR YOUR FRIENDB lid HiFamo .8 Blockade Runner PR1NS VALDEMAR klscayne Boul evard and Stn St IcOMS TROPICAL BIRDHAVEN IrCRINQ the largest collection pi fa birds ital waterfowl, i own cranea, storks, para• dUCh I. 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Wnten.ronfn "PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS" Furniture sprayed at your home pries while you wait, ready to use. Watch for thin unitiue oaint shoo. DI-LUXFurniture Kofinishine Shoe 2ii b W. 6th St. —Phone 3-2440. SCHOOLS ALLEGRO FOR BOYS AND GIRLS THE ONLY OCEANFRONT 8CHOOol'Tin M IR claai i era, sports and cultural pro handicrafts; meals, transport .(i nurse; boarding or [lay students. Ph. 5-2027. 4011 COLLINS AVE—MIAMI B' THE CATE SCHOOL. 713 C Ave. Ph. 5-177:>; individual in.-u n tion; open air classei; I used: Certified teachel tlvit:.-s. I: is service, SERVICE STATIONS AWNINGS CATER TO WEDDINGS AND ARTIES— Canopies. Tents, Tl Sri Umbrellas rented in nil < oans LET l"S estimate your awnliiK J, ments. Highest quality mater. I expert workmanship, wide range %  designs and colors. Blscayne Tent Kwning Co., Main offlco 8*68. W. t St. Phone S-624S. Beach 441 W. [t Street. Phone 5-3719. SANDING and Retlnlshlng Floors Waxing and Banding Better Floors—Eetter Service i it ferred Payments If di sired, T,l 7-8132 W P -I r PAtNE BROS. — 413 N. E. 89th ST ANNE WRIGLEY INTERIORS — Antiques Member: American Institute of Decorators— Miami Beach — New York — Miami ;. Fja, |25 W. 4lst street. Phone 5-3718. PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL nOARlilNO — RathlnK. -Groom plucking. Modern, SWWBR v e L'" pels. Dr. Maior s, holi.lil. 211 .v K. 10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residi nee Phono 4-1S52. BAKER'S BERVICE STATION — Repairs on any make car. Prices rea. sonab %  I attention to all makes of water pumps and systems for y. home.—Woco-Pep — Tlolene Oil. 1*01 S. W, 32nd Av.-. I'li.mi-r, n::. LANDSCAPING SOILS FLORISTS /NINGS "that fit and MWr!"%  Canopies Tarpaulins — \ enetlnn fnds — Folding Chairs for rent ; Esllshed 1914—Thomas Awning < o.,— ". N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-J^6U. BUILDERS "Let's Build a Homo" lONSULT me if t^tto WW ^WIBH I 1 will make it n "RhALITY. I Inn lln* financing, building, that's my JESSE E. MABCOl X s. W. let St. .' EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler ai a Bridge. Phone 2-33S— 2 .M: R i, Phene 5-2961 — ?"' Ltneo'n Road. Office 8970 N. w. l.th Avi nue Phone 8 'I' ,; ,' -i,T"' ,_ ,,;,,, 0 f Fresh Cul Plowers nMI-iml. i.-i,,\VPP KfiR IMi r VSIOM WIRED ANTWHERE PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per > : '" ] I Mini:. Marl or Mixed : Cow Manure :: Pa^s for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In | i :oral Gabli s, C nul Irove or .Miami Ph M804, Agent will cal l. I IXDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE. Rolls and Sod. F< \ Trees Palms and P< rtlU' %  l 1 K'..v.. iBi ds. Be %  ,ed Bolls for lawn MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO. '.'IV N. W. 27tii Ave. Phones 8-8611— 3-8613 PICTURE FRAMING Wi Call for and P I've WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP %  : imed—Framed PI I illass Pram. s. 172 N. W. 1st S %  Phone 2-2462, SEPTIC TANKS PRE-CA8T TESTED SEPTIC TAN I istallal Ion Rep, Irs, Drain ,"NE.\L SEPTIC v TO". 22nd Ave. Night and Sunday call! SEWING MACHINES FLOWERS SHRUBBERY BLOOMING C.ernnlums. bougalnvlllea, Hihiscus. begonia. Tines, crotons, Beloperone. Many not listed, inc up. Best made top soil 8,ic yd. Hammock soil $1.2:, yd. Manure 88 yd-PB. 7-W71. Osborne Nursery, 2996 N. W. 57 th St. ALL MAKES, d b; 1 ; ed. P.o/:•• %  •' 84 1 i 1R LOANS FRUITS BUSINESS C 0LLEOE8 MPLETB Btenographlc secretarial TRBBRIPBN BP INDIAN RIVER FRUIT Direct from Groves of JAMES R. COOPER \t Reasonable Prices EXPRESS SHIPMENTS Full Box (1 3—5 Bu.) | 3-8S Mfam'FlarieTN.wTMtn-Btr^t Hi FLORIDA^ GREATEST BUSINESS -NIVERSITT. Nationally acieillted SneVlal rates Finesi equipped school %  s..,'i Southern Business CmtonRy Int ire 16th floor. Security Bldg. Ph CEMETERY SERVICE M\R1M R Oranite and Bronse mark. if&X'^fT^iott^ CI'LL. Ph. ?-f'"t CONSTRUCTION ENG INEER iiKAI'lINfi SKUVICE ON H>I'S1': PLAN'S. Etc.. reasonable rates. work guaranteed. W. PAIL MEREDITH ronstruetlon Engineer, Room Wj* TO:;?'; N. F,. 2nd Ave.. Phone r-472T. FURNITURE REPAIRING prnNITURE repairlnK and refin Vlwon Co.. inc.. i775 S. W. 8th St CASH AT REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES on DIAMONDS Automobiles—Listed Stocks Bonds—Personal Loans LOANS NOT LIMITED TO $^00 MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0.121 The Bank for the Individual EXPERT WORK — Price very reasonable,—LEA L \ PICTURE KHAM1.W, SIP'P 11..2 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2.2034—J. 10. LEAKY, t COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY SICK ROOM ACCES SORIES HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CH RENTAL BERVICE OXYGEN TENTS Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and Elastic Hosiery—Perfectly Fitted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. 2nd Ave.—Phone 8-1600 SIGNS CONVENTIONS. Weddings. Parties— Commercial Photography In all us branches. May we serve you. night. Bundays, Holidays phone 2-00U8. Postal HuildillK, l' h !" c ., 2 ;^'„_ TT GEORGE HAMPTON MA, Hl.T V TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. UPHOLSTERING. Renovating. Cushions. Pillows. Inner Spring. Pox Soring. Slip Covers, telephone 4.-ZZH |Jday service. 2232 \V. Flagler MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE SPECIALS HAVE a limited number of Wr^fCf** amplified phonographs for sale, low prices from $40 to $7, each; these are coin Instruments, but can be used In private clubs, homes etc. Also coin phonographs for Itarbecucs. Bars and Restaurants. We will give 50 records with each phonograph PwhJd^r Anril 1st. Deale Automatic Music Co., ifiOO 8. W. 1st St. Ph. 8-6932. EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Buslnese Needs the F.gry s>sfern FlatPax Stationery. tjarbon Roll. HENRY E. KOPPLOW 925 N. W. ITIK Street Phone 2-1174 PLUMBING show Card s office Doors—Window Displays—Gold Leaf Work. We take pride In our work. A complete Service.—M. WOLFORD. Mgr. 708-710 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone t-2150. TRUCK LETTERING OUR SPECIALTY JOHNSON SIGN CO. SOLARIUM A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Worn All Work Guaranteed "5 TEARS' experience: large and "small Installations, HI N. E. 80U. St. Phone 3-39:12. BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. Gen. eral Plumbing Contracting, n teed w..rl;. Repair*. No j"' 1 too large none to small. Prompt S. ; vlcn. Ou work stands the test. 880 N. E. lSt., Ph. 7-1104. P. O. Pox 188 Llttl, River. C. J. DULBS Plumbing and Healing Contracting. Oas Piping. Lawn sprinkling systems. Repaint; maintenance our specialty. Tel. .,--,'•• 8 South Collins Ave.. Biscnyne Plaza Rldg.. Miami Reach. DETECTIVE BUREAU ICONFIDENTIAIJ Investigations—We I check your clerks, employees. All llrregularlties. Extortion and Black [Mall plots eliminated. Full dress operatives. Protect parties and Society functions. Dietonraoh and Motion Picture Service Dependable Service — Strict Privacy Member Miami Chamber of Commerce M. F.8MITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU 849 Ingraham Bldg. Phone S-120S Nights and Holid ays 4-?"7 DIABETIC HE ALTH FOODS DIABETIC BREAD THAT IS SAFE Finest tasting, low In price, contains less than ten percent starch. Also full line of diabetic and health foods—finest and largest store South of Chirago nd New Tork. Cafeteria and Health Foed Shop 12 S. E. 1st St.. opposite Rurdlnea. DRESS MAKING WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN8 Design Presses to your satlsfa.-lion. Let us solve your dressmaking problems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations and repairs. HELEN LEE SHOP 2767 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone HIM B1SDl roMi'i.KTF. with god m£ tress $"; steel COtS with pad *••'•'• ,l„v bed complete. *: metal cabinet*. 'd furniture, ehi.irs ?..<• up: Irnpleaf tables, $4 : Cheat of drawers. 18.40 Op, tables SI up: b'tby bed* with mnt;','.': Si;,,,,: high ehnirs r JQM. Vsed furniture of all kinds, IMP* Mom, dining room, bedroom sets, st.n ovens, electric fans etc. Also new furniture nt very low prices. '"m-RNA VISTA FtJRN. EXCH. n2R N. B. -nil Ave. Phone .8-8808 GENERAL EQUIPMENT ,un W CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG 'FIXTURES. OFFICE EOUIPMFNT Used ^nlnment at sacrmce nrlces GENERAL TRADING COMPANY 26 N. Miami Avenue GOAT MTLK Clean well flavored goat milk delivered Younp Kid Ooats for Sale during Pasiover—Paschal Lamb TROPICAL GOATERY Bird anJ Ludlam Road. Phone 4-5520 PEARL S BEAUTY SALON A complete Beauty Service Open Evenings by Appointment Rooms 20--7-8 Townley Bldg Phone 2-0280-14'.* N. E. 1st St. ,, nq TAYLOR DAMMERS. for 15 M S| mXES* with (Mme. MPOhabohab) Is now dsino expert altera^ tlons and dressmaking In her own home at reasonable prices. 605 S. w. 18th Ave. Phone 2-1010; BTdfcLHrra Bargains—Paints and Screen wire, bronze or copper sc and C l-2c ft.: galv. 3 V 2c ,R "'L n 4 i C AV Guaranteed house paint 9-c gill. Al. kinds bargains; household goods general hardware. We sell em cheaper. f.28 N. W. 62nd St. RADIO REPAIRS SHAN—THE RADIO MAN Best Quality Work—Reasonable Prices SHAN DESJARDINS 1328 W. Flagler Street Phone 2.1219 Open Evenings REFRIGERATORS OFFICE SERVICE NEW OFFICE service for mimeograph ng. stencils, public stenography. bookkeeping, .addressing notarv public; special rates for social security repVtrand systems and for Income tax papers-211 Lorraine Arcade. Phone 3-6180. OPTICIAN DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specializing In Eye Examinations Fitting and Repairing of GLASSES 141 N E First St. Phone 2-5",2C COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERM3 PLASTERING PLASTERING, stucco and general repairs. Pstehlnq a specialty; esti. mates. Phone 4-3853. ATTENTION—Apartment house ownera and managers, realtors banks, service men' and restaurants. Standard makes Refrigerators — Rangesrepossessed and factory reconditioned. 845.00 up. Refrigerators guaranteed and serviced by our own factory refrigeration engineers. Many sizes and styles. Frlgldaires, Mayflowers. Kelvlnators. Unlversals, Oen. Electric, etc. FORD REFRIGERATOR CO.— 257-261 West Flagler St. Phone 3-7072 Miami, Fla. REFRIGERATOR REPATRS WE MAINTAIN a complete shop in which practically any make refrigerator (hUl be efficiently repaired at n fair price. A crew of trained mechanics on duty day and njght. Our service cars carry everything needed for ordinary and emergency calls.. Ventilation and Refrigeration Service Co. Phone at 3-3272 or 8-2152 Sun and Solar Turkish Baths on Hotel Roof Special Treatments Nerve Bone and Muscle Reducing Treatments—Colonic Irrigation Personal ManaKement MISS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST Room 317 H del Seville, Coral Gables, Phone 4-4045 STORAGE FIREPROOF BLDG., HEABT OP CITY SPECIALIZING in personal effects. Baggage room with free access. Baga, .-> month; trunk .


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PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDA Y, AP RIL 22, 1933 K.' )i! 111! IT.MM ml A tin i lhi ial Stl l( fiV ha %  fin al< fi IT in th li r K< IT an di I r ./ I t ii h P d B n fe a. w nt C MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER,, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 8CHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily: Sbachrls at 8 a. m.; Hincha at 5:30 p. m ; Maarlv, IS minutes after sunset. Sabbatb services: Friday evening at 6:30 p. m.; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 61S p. ra. CONCLUDING DAYS OF PASSOVER The cloning days.of the Pessaeh Festival will begin Thursday sundown and will last through until sunset Saturday. Services Thursday evening begin at fl:30 and Friday morning at 0:00. Friday afternoon Mincha services will begin nt 6:00 p. m., and Rabbi Kellner will speak after Mincba in Yiddish. Hhabbos morning services will begin at 9:00, the Rabbi will speak at 10:30 anil at 11 :00 Yiskor .Services will be held to honor the memory of the departed. Mincha services nt !> :.10 on Shnbbos afternoon anil the Rabbi will again preach in Yiddish after Mnariv. AGAIN WE SAY COME TO SHI I, The gratifying response to the call of the Rabbi as evidenced by the splendid attendance on both days of Yomtov, inspires us to urge again our people to cone to the Sacred Service! at every opportunity. Our children were there in large numbers and Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner surprised the young ones with a Passover treat on the second day. A special request is made however to the mothers of our children to make a special effort to accompany them to riie services. This year the holidays involvo the loss of one school day and we strongly urge the children to come to tho House of God and abstain from attendance at school on Friday. RABBI KELLNER TO SPEAK IN WEST PALM BEACH At the invitation of I)r| Carl Herman, Rabbi Kellner will address a mass meeting of West I'alm Beach J. F. (FRITZ) GORDON YOUR CANDIDATE —for— STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP ONE A DEMOCRATIC MAN TO REPRESENT DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE Register Early Vote May 3rd (Pd. Pol. Adv.) Jewry on Sunday night, April 24th. This gathering will signalize the stnrt of the United Jewish Campaign in West Palm Beach, embracing the J. I). C, the Ort., and the U. P. A. HABANOTH NEWS The Habanoth Girls have once more proven their abiding interest in the Synagogue by assisting their leader, Mrs, Abraham Kellner, in the preparation for the Children's Seder held last Wednesday evening. Monday, Chal Hamoed Pasach, the Group met at the home of Mrs. Kellner for the purpose of furthering plans for the celebration planned to take place on May 1st at the Y. M. H .A. This affair is scheduled for the purpose of raising funds to complete the payments on the recently purchased Safer Torah which was presented by the girls themselves in an unprecedented example of what our girls can do when so inspired. Friday, April 15. Mrs. Glickstein, prior to her marriage, wass Miss Rose Lieberman. The Temple Sisterhood gave the Passover enrd party last Wednesday afternoon in the Temple Home. Mrs. Roy A. Benjamin was chairman of this affair. Sisterhood members on the April committee were Mrs. II. Hammel, Mrs. H. Weiss. Mrs. L. Bueholtz. Mrs. William Nussbnum. Mrs. Archie Puldy, Mrs. B. Hursch, Mrs. If. Mcyersoii, Mrs. E. W. Rosenthal. Mrs. L. S. Joel, Mrs. B. Roberts, Mrs. E. Kugelman, Mrs. Max Meyer, Mrs. L. Stein, Miss Martha Isaacs, Mrs. H. Jacobs and Mrs. David Cowan. Morgenstern, Gladys Atlas. Leah Sc zer. Sylvia. LciboviU. Phyllis I aul. Sylvia Habcr. Anita Friedman, Beryl Weinstein, Beverly Stein, Annette Hammerman and Sam Herman. Passover refreshments were served by the following Seder committee of tho Daughters of Israel: Mrs. II. J. Silberstein, chairman; Mrs. I. Cohen. Mrs. A. ZOBlOW. Mrs. M. Hose, Mrs. M. Wexler, Mrs. J. Spivak. Mrs. A. Stein. Mrs. H. Schemer. Mrs. J. Weinstein and Mrs. Max Rubin. B'NAI B'RITH Jacksonville Notes — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Culm announce the birth of n son, Edward Meyer, Saturday, April !). Mrs. Cohn was formerly Miss Fredericks Meyer. Mr. and Sirs. M. B. Glickstein announce the birth of a daughter on The Daughters of Isrnel sponsored a children's Passover Seder for the pupils of the Hebrew School and Sunday School of the Jacksonville Jewish Center last Sunday afternoon. Pupils of the schools, under the guidance of Rabbi M. D. Margolis, performed. The following participated I Robert Wolf, Roy Baker, Mar Berman, Sonya Heymnn. Martin Stein, Charna Rosenvaig. Margery Judith Atlas, Carol Dwoskin, Jerome Witten, Sol Proctor, Alfred Bork, Melvin Paul, Edwin Safer. Robert Talisman. Benny Margol, Abby Fink, Sylvia Spivak, Erwin Jncobson, I :i Samson. Doris Singer. Gloria Cowan, Herbert Weiss, Billie Greenbaiiin. Sarah Dwoskin, Minnu Silverman, Mildred l.eiinard, Ruth Shortstein, Jeanette Marks. Martin Weiss. Harry Baker. Milton Markowitx, Albert Datz, Bernard Herman. Dolores Fiirinnn. Gene Kristie, Inmnn, I.eff, Robert Stein, Richard Talisman, William Grcenbiium, J. Edward Rosenvaig. Irving David Bono, Richard Hollius, l-'nga Lee BRIEFS By E. ALBERT PALLOT Jack Abbott, chairman of our intellectual advancement committee, finally has completed arrangements for our Mother's Day program. It will be truly a splendid bit of entertainment and comparable to the very excellent programs wc have had during the administration of our president, Elry Stone. Berthn Levy, one of our most outstanding Mothers, will play an important part in its presentation. More details next week. • Census taker, Harry Zukernick, is out to secure the names of all Jewish resident! of Greater Miami. Brothers, please CO-operata and send him the names and addresses of nil Jewish residents. What really got Harry riled was Loo Shochet's statement "that it couldn't be done." The word "no" is not included in Harry's vocabulary, and according to Hurry's assistant. Marx Feinberg, "Harry will complete the census if he has t u per %  onally canvass each house in Greater Miami." Great stuff Harry, r m Kn ^ yon and wc arc nil looking forward for a speedy census. Everytime I think of Ben Le Vine I want to join a glee club.—Why? Solicitor Abe made his usual 20 minute address at our last meeting. At the conclusion he noted with consternation that the brothers were not only looking at their watches, but were actually placing them to their ears to determine if they were sti]| running. President Stone refused to permit anyone to reply. One would never know that a lawyer's time and advice are his stock in trade the way the very eminent gentlemen display their forensic oratorical ability. Free. Don't forget the district convention at Orlando May 2 and 30. For a swell time brothers plan on attending. Sholem Lodge will see and hear what "I hope" will be the best degree team in the country. Soon, very soon. In conclusion I want to pay tribute to the memory of M. II. Nlssenbaum whom the supreme architect of the universe has seen fit to peremptorily summon from our midst. A hard worker for B'nai B'rith and one wlio we will all miss. Rest in DeiCe, Brother Nissenbaum. tough trip Ahead 7 Guard your Freshness with a Cigarette that's always FRESH M AYBE you'll strike bad weather on that trip. The kind that dries up cigarettes or makes them soggy. But that needn't worry you. Ask for Old Golds and you'll get FRESH cigarettes anywhere—in Yukon or Ypsilanti. Thanks to a special weather-tight package, you can't buy a stale Old Gold anywhere in the U. S. A. An extra Cellophane jacket doubly seals-m the rich flavor of Old Gold's prize crop tobaccos. AgeJ three Ju 11 years. It costs Old Gold a fortune to give you this extra freshness insurance. But that's the way Lorillard has been doing things since 17 60i Never sparing expense to give the smoker the utmost in fragrant tobacco enjoyment. TUMI M oo Old Gold'i Hollywood ScrecaKoops. every Tuesday and Thundiy night, Columbii Network, Cout-to-CotK Every pack wrapped] in two jackets of Cellophane; tbeOf/TEK Jacket opens from the BOTTOM. Tor finer FRESHER Flavor... Smifa IBwt&U-MdW OU> GOIDS


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 11.NUMBER 16.
Speaker Bankhead to
Address B'nai B'rith
Washington, D. CHon. William
H. Bankhead. Speaker of the United
States House of Representatives, and
James Roosevelt, son of President
t:......T.-i. will speak at the banquet
M.mnxiiiK B'nai B'ritb's fifteenth
(ieoeral Convention, to be held here
May 7tb-12th.
Speaker Bankhead will deliver the
principal address, and Mr. Roosevelt
will, in addition to delivering bis own
greetings, read a personal message to
B'nai B'rith from his father.
Delegates from all over the United
States and Canada will be present,
and B'nai B'rith lodges throughout
the world will be represented.
The event will be the occasion for
:i great testimonial to Alfred M. Co-
hen, President of B'nai B'rith. Tes-
timonial talks will be delivered by
.Fudge I. M. Golden, of San Francisco,
first Vice-President of the Order,
and Sidney (J. Knsworm, of Dayton.
Ohio. Treasurer of the Order. Join-
ing B'nai B'rith in 1800, Mr. Cohen
served as head of his local lodge in
Cincinnati in lflOfl, and became Pres-
ident of B'nai Brith's District No. 2,
the largest in America, in 1028. Two
years later he was elected internation-
ol President of B'nai B'rith, a posi-
tion to which he was re-elected in
1880 and again in 1935.
He had been a member of the Ohio
Senate for two terms, served in the
Oladnnatl City Council for several
terms, was president of the Ohio Elec-
toral College twice and a member
three times, and has been a member
of the Board of Governors of Hebrew
Union College for nearly 40 years,
serving as Chairman of the Board for
1!> years. He is in his 7t9h year.
An informal reception Saturday
evening. May 7. will open. the con-
clave. The business sessions will be-
gin Sunday morning, at which time
President Cohen will deliver his Pres-
ident's message. A good will meet-
ing for the delegates and the entire
'i'y will be held Sunday night, at
which nationally known Catholic,
Protestant and Jewish speakers will
deliver addresses.
Comb,ninc -jfihte JibwusKi Minify
P9
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
OF SE
10
E
For
the first time in the history i will be depicted, and throughout the
play, a musical interlude will be fea-
tured.
The Miami Junior Hadassah Glee
Club, of which Aaron Farr is director,
will offer a group of selections and
will present for the first time before
the Regional officers the Junior Ha-
dassah song which was written for
the Miami unit. Music is by Mr.
Farr and words by Miss Adele Segall,
of this area, Miami will be the scene
of the Southern Regional Convention
of both 8enior and Junior Hadassah.
The sessions will be held at the Black-
stone Hotel and will begin with the
registration of delegates Sunday even-
ing. April 23rd. Official sessions will
begin Monday and last through Tues-
day. .Sightseeing tours, a luncheon.
banquet and other similar events will
mark the convention.
Tlie formal opening of the conven-
tion will be marked by the twelfth
annual convention luncheon at the
Victor Hotel, Miami Reach, at 1:00
o'clock. The luncheon "ill be open
to the public at $1.00 per person and
reservations may be made with Mrs.
Qroaaman, 740 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach or by calling her at
5.2888.
Mrs. Grossman will preside at the
luncheon and Mrs. Sol I.utsky will
give the invocation. Greetings will
be extended by Miss Bessie Geffcn
of Atlanta. Ga., president of Southern
Regional Junior Hadnssah, Miss Ida
Safer, president of the Miami unit of
Junior Hadassah. Mrs. Barney Wrin-
kle, president of Miami Senior Hadas-
sah and Mrs. Joseph Williamson,
chairman of the Miami Senior Hadas-
sah convention committee. Miss Jean-
nette Prystowsky of Charleston, S. C,
will present the membership award.
Guest speaker at the luncheon will I'
be Mrs. Rmaiiuel Halpern of New ja member of the Miami Junior group.
York City. National Chairman for Members of the Glee Club who will
education of Hadassah. | appeur include Miss Trudy Bandel.
During the program a tableau entit- Miss Florence Kmoff, Miss Sully
led: "Yesterday's Women Today." I Goodkowsky, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Miss
which was written and is being di- | Teina Jamison. Mrs. Florence Mack-
reeted by tfr.l I.utsky will be pre-: ler. Miss Rita Pearlmnn. Miss Doro-
MRS. EMANlEL HALPERN
Miss Leah Alperin, Miss Edith Co-
hen. Miss Olga Garfunkle, Miss Bella
Goldman, Miss Jeanette Prystowsky.
Mrs. B. Soloman, Charleston, S. C.
Miss Annette Karr, Miss Goldie
Raider, Miss Sylvia Soloman, Chat-
tanooga, Tenn.
Miss Ruth Davis, Mrs. S. Hellman.
Miss Clara Kramer, Miss Mildred
Lciberman. Miss Edith Leibo, Miss
Edytbe Leibowitz, Miss Julia Mizrnhi.
Miss Clarn Morgenstein. Miss Jose-
phine Safer. Miss Jean Shatkowsky.
Miss Minnie Smith. Mrs. Ben Stein.
Mrs. Marx Baker, Mrs. William Sil-
vernian. Mrs. Sam Witten, Mrs. I). H.
LaaaroW, Jacksonville, Florida.
Miss Bertha Nuia, ftfisa Minnie
Wolf, Knoxville, Tenn.
Mrs, Eugene Beapalow, Miss Celia
Cherry, Miss Bather Cooper. Miss
Sally 8egal, Miss Margaret Sokol.
Mrs. Harry Dengaab, Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. A. Berlin. Mrs. Lohis Kuhf-
man, Mrs. s. Marcusl, Montgomery,
Alabama.
Mrs. William Kishner, Miss Celia
Seligman, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Jack Harris, New Orleans, La.
Miss Judith Illumenthal. Miss Bes-
sie Dunn, Miss Bertha Foster, Mrs.
Samuel Hornstein, Miss Cecile Kelly,
Savannah, On.
Mrs. Jean Finman, Miss Ruth Fin-
man. Tampn, Florida.
Mrs. (Emanuel Halpern, New York
City. N. Y.
Mrs. Gertrude Rerlin, Mrs. Max
Dobrin. .Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs.
Harry Rubin, Mrs. Isidore Weinstein.
Mrs. Evelyn Barman. Mrs. Murry
Grossman. Miss Ida Safer. Mrs. Lee
tented by the Miami unit of Junior j thy Resnick, Miss Isabelle Schreiber, | Krick, Miss ^Hannah Mack, Miami,
Hadassah, and the cast includes Mrs. Miss Ida Schneidman, Mrs. Albert ; Florida.
ESSAY CONTEST
IS
Barnard Katz. Miss Anita Silverman,
Mrs. James Ciegendorf, Miss Rita
Pearlman, Miss Ida Engler, Miss
Helen Upton. Mrs. Edward Barmen,
Miss Belle Taunen. Miss Harriet
Dameiistcin, Miss Edna Adler, Miss
Effie Silverman, Miss Mollic Engler,
and Miss Evelyn Rbinestein. The
tableau will delineate famous Biblical
women and will continue to the pres-
ent day, being climaxed by a portray-
al of Henrietta Szold, the founder of
Hadassuh. The four major projects
which Junior Hadassah maintains
Dubler. Miss Duniu Steam. Miss Lee
Friedland, Miss Belle Tanuen and
Miss Bobbie Parron.
Benediction will be offered by Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff.
Among,the delegates to the Hudus-
sah Southern Regionul Convention,
will be :
Mrs. J. Abelson. Mrs. R. M. Brodie,
Mrs. Bessie Geffen, Mrs. Rachel Glaz-
er, Mrs. S. O. Klotx. Mrs. L. Levitas,
Mrs. B. Rosenfeld, Mrs. B. Travers,
Atlanta, Georgia.
Mrs. II. Gottlieb, Birmingham, Ala.
On the Convention Committee for
the Miami Chapter are :
Mrs. Barney Weinkle, President
Senior Hadassah j Miss Ida Safer.
President Junior Hadassah j Mrs. Jos-
eph Williamson, Chairman Conven-
tion (Senior:) Mrs. Murry Grossman,
Chairman Convention (Junior;) Mrs.
Harry Platoff, ,Co-Chairman Conven-
tion ; Mrs. Gertrude Berlin, Hospital-
ity Chairman ; Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis,
Chairman Thrift Luncheon; Mrs. L.
J. Mart/. Co-Chairman Thrift Lun-
cheon.
In an effort to determine the scope
of Nazi activities in the United
States, the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi
league of 20 West 47th Street, New
York City, has announced a prise es-
*y contest on the subject of "The
Naai Menace in the United States."
Essays are limited to 3.000 words.
The. contest is open to all Americans
war 18 years of age. Manuscripts
most be in the League offices by
midnight of June 15th. 1938. Mar-
shall Best, general manager of the
Viking Press; Ken McCormick. asso-
ciate book editor of Doubleday, Doran
& Company and Samuel I'ntermyer,
President of the League, will serve as
judges.
A prise of $50.00 is offered. The
winning manuscript will be published
in the July issue of the Anti-Nazi
Bulletin. All essay material must be
factual and bibliographies must be at-
tached. Manuscripts with stamped,
return envelopes arc to be mailed to
contest at the League offices.
National Order
Disavows Opposition
New York. (WNS) Opposition to
the Jewish War Veterans by .various
B'nai B'rith Lodges "is in contraven-
tion of B'nai B'rith s established pol-
icy of non-interference with other or-
ganizations'- and is not countenanced
by B'nai B'rith headquarters, which
has amicable relations with the Jew-
ish War Veterans, it was announced
in letters from B'nai B'rith officials
made public here by Harry H. 8chaf-
fer. commander-in-chief of the Jewish
War Veterans. One letter from Mau-
rice Bisgyer. executive secretary of
B'nai Brith. to J. J. Leiberman, pres-
ident of District Grand Lodge No. 4
in Los Angeles, cautioned lodges to
avoid interfering with the establish-
serted that the J. W. V. has "co-op-
erated with B'nai B'rith and other
Jewish bodies in efforts put forth to
serve Jewry as a whole."
The other letter, from Louis Fab-
ricant, B'nai B'rith representative on
the Committee of Cooperation, h:cii
CONGRESS URGED
TO INVESTIGATE
Washington. I). C. (WNS)Ap-
pointment of a seven-man committee
to investigate foreign propaganda in
the United States was proposed in a
resolution introduced into the House
of Representatives by Representative
Samuel Dickstein of New York. At
the same time Representative Scott of
California supported the demand for
an inquiry by citing evidence of Ger-
man, Italian and Japanese propagan-
da along the Mexican border and near
the Panama Canal.
includes B'nai B'rith. American Jew-
ish Congress, American Jewish Com-
mittee and Jewish War Veteran.--, in-
formed Alfred M. Cohen, B'nai B'rirh
president, that "the general program
of cooperation has recognized the val-
ue of the Jewish War Veterans" and
suggested that "some word be passed
on to the presidents of the Districts
and in turn by them to their lodges
to the effect that where the Jewish
DAUGHTERS OF
REVOLUTION
DENOUNCE 'BUND'
Columbus, Ohio. (WNS)Opposi-
tion to "all activities of the German-
American Bund under any name, in
corrupting our youth and citizens, un-
dermining our government, working
sgainst the national defense of the
United States, against religious free-
dom and fostering class hatred" was
voiced in a resolution adopted at the
annual convention of the Ohio Society
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution. The resolution denounc-
ed the Bund as "an alien organization,
organized, fostered and promoted by
an alien nation" that preaches "loyal-
ty and allegiance to a foreign govern-
ment, to its dictators and to its flag."
War Veterans of the United States
plans the creation of a post, there
should he no organized opposition by
the B'nai B'rith." Mr. Bisgyer's let-
ter was sent in response to Mr. Fab-
ricant's suggestion.
URGES YOUTH
AID IN WORK
New YorkDeclaring that Zionism
is a weapon against Nazism. Miss Nell
Ziff. of New York, national president
of Junior Hadassah, the Young Wo-
men's Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, issued an appeal to Jewish young
women of this country to combat Naz-
ism through participating in the pro-
gram of Zionism.
"In the upbuilding of Palestine we
are providing a land where the driven
Jews of Europe may find the political,
economic and spiritual freedom denied
them in totalitarian countries," Miss
Ziff declared.
"He stalking shadow of Nazism
across the face of Europe has brought
sorrow and horror to Jews the world
over." Miss Ziff continued. "But to
moan, wring our bands and deplore
the plight of our race is useless. If
we are to be helpfuland we can be
we must activate on rsympathy, par-
ticipate in those endeavors that will
give new hope to the doomed Jews of
Europe.
"At no time in recent years has the
need f..r Palestine been better demon-
strated than at the present moment.
and our work for Palestine is a direct
fight against Nazism. It is idle to
think that any one movement can
1 solve the entire Jewish problem ; but
it is sensible to assume some part,
however small in relation to the whole
and perform that task with zeal and
directness. It is our duty in this
sombre hour for Jewry to strengthen
Palestine, anil that means that work
for Palestine must have the backing
of larger numbers of people."
Asserting that a characteristic of
contemporary times is the leadership
of youth in nearly every mass move-
ment, the Junior Hadassah president
urged the units of the organization
in 215 cities to spread a knowledge
of Zionist aims and enroll new adher-
ents. The present membership of Ju-
nior Hadassah is 15,000.
In addition to "the fostering of
Zionist ideals" as its education pro-
gram in the United States. Junior
Hadassah maintains three educatiou-
al institutions in PalestineMeier
Shfeyah. a model children'! village in
Samaria; the Pardess Anna training
farm near the children's village, and
the Henrietta Szold school of Nursing
in Jerusalem.
NEW OFFICERS
ABE ELECTED
At an unusually large meeting of
Beth Jacob Congregation officers for
the coming year were elected as fol-
lows : Morris B. Frank, President;
Lao Robinson, First Vice-President;
Harry Wasserman, Second Vice-Pres-
ident ; M. Abraham, Treasurer; A.
Louis Mechlowitz, Secretary; Max
Feit. Sexton.
Prior to the elections the report of
Mr. M. B. Frank who had served as
Secretary for the past several years
and the auditor's report were pre-
sented and unanimously adopted.
Mr. Frank, the new President, was
one of the organizers of the Congre-
gation and active worker for many
years. The Board of Trustees will bo
chosen by the President and will be
announced in our next issue. Plans
for the completion of the Synagogue
edifice and intensive work for the
coming year will be discussed by the
incoming administration at their next
meeting.


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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lie Welfare. Florida State Board of
Law Examiners, State Democratic Ex-
ecutive Committee anil other public
office* With distinction. Senator Pep-
per urges liis re-election la-cause of liis
knowledge of affairs, his devotion to
the public interests anil his ability.
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 16.
WELCOME TO MIAMI
Born in the mind of one imbued with the true ideals of Ju-
daism, Hadassah today tanks as the outstanding Jewish Wo-
men's organization in the world. With "true service" as its
motto, Hadassah under the leadership of this venerable daughter
in Israel- Henrietta Szold, has given of itself to the Jewish peo-
ple in its service to every people of Palestine. Nay, not of Pal-
estine alone, since by its example it has brought some semblance
of Jewish culture into the hearts and minds of those who had
become estranged from everything Jewish. Hadassah in its
hospitalization work open alike to the suffering non-Jew as well
as Jew showed the entire world that Jewry was not selfish.
Its Youth Aliyah movement stands out as a ray of sunshine in
an otherwise clouded world, giving hope to the otherwise hope-
less German Jewish youth, and now the Austrian Jewish youth.
Junior Hadassah as a true daughter of Hadassah has by its
children's village, nurse* school and other endeavors followed
the splendid Jewish work of its parent organization. Through
it and because of it/our younger Jewish women are accepting
their burdens in Jewry with joy. A thorough understanding of
the true ideals of Hadassah would aid all of us.
To this editor, however, one little incident in connection
with the Southern Region Convention of Senior and Junior Ha-
dassah stands out preeminently. We like to think of our lead-
ers in things Jewish as living life Jewishly. We like to think
of them as practicing those very ideals their organizations
stand for. The guest speaker of this conference is Mrs. Emanuel
Halpern, Chairman of Education for Hadassah. Thoroughly
American, a native of this country, a graduate of colleges,
she declined to come to Miami for Sunday because that would
necessarily entail her traveling on the Sabbath. She had rather
forego the pleasure of addressing this important gathering
than violate the beauty, the holiness of that most important
and vital factor in Jewish life, its Sabbath. And we are happy
indeed that the local Convention Committee in true Jewish fash-
ion met the issue by postponing the convention one day. Ha-
dassah is to be congratulated on this splendid example.
It is because of this spirit that it is a pleasure to extend the
traditional welcome of Jewry, the "Baruch Habo" to all dele-
gates of Senior and Junior Hadassah. Welcome are you indeed
to this '' God's Country,'' a land lying in the same latitude and
longitude as that of Palestine, the land of our hopes and aspira-
tions, the land of Hadassah. May your deliberations be truly
Jewish, devoid of bickerings and selfish aspirations, imbued
only by those ideals that prompted Henrietta Szold to found
Hadassah.
Mayor Hubert R. Williams, who
served as Justice of the Peace in this
area, and for the past two years as
Mayor of Miami, is a candidate for
Congress from the Fourth Congress-
ional district to succeed Congressman
.1. Mark Wilcoi who is running for
the United States Senate. He pledges
unhesitating support of President
Roosevelt in his fight to relieve un-
employment and distress in this coun-
try. As mayor of Miami Mr. Wil-
liams has been a leader in the fight
for parks, streets, hospitals and has
been opposed to the "special inter-
ests." Mr. Williams charges that the
present recall fight, the indictment,
etc.. are the result of his bitter fight
against the public utility rates here
which Mr. Williams contends are un-
fair to the general public. On his
record as a public servant he asks for
election to Congress.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
(MIAMI'S PIONEER
CONGREGATION)
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
1029 N. W. 1st Strast
Office Phono 2-1473
Home Phoae 2-217*
LOUIS HAYMAN. Ex.c. Sao.
149 N. W. 6th Streat
Phono 2-5574
Senator Ftiteh, by the way. is not
worrying much about the lawyers'
vote. He Myi there ain't enough of
'em. He wants the laymen to vote
for him by the thousands if they will.
"Time was.'' he muses, 'when law-
yers of the state could name the Su-
preme court. People used to go to
lawyers and ask tliem who to vote for.
it is only natural that a lawyer will
wear out his shoe leather for n judge
That was bad for the people became
in the hope the judge will not forget
it when the lawyer appears hefore
him with a ease. Now the people are
able to decide for themselves and they
can find out which candidate has the
best qualifications foroffice."
He's got something then', folks.
(Reprinted from the column by
ELLIS HOLLT.MS
Behind The Front Page
Executive Editor of Miami Herald!
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Claude Pepper, who is now serving
the uncxpircd term in the United
Btatea Senate of the late Senntor
Fletcher is a candidate fur full term
to succeed himself. Entering the
Senate about two years ago after hav-
ing made a splendid race against the
late Senntor Trammel, he soon made
a splendid name for himself ns an
able student of governmental affairs.
He has received the endorsement of
labor leaders and others interested in
the general welfare of the people of
Florida. Senator Pepper has been n
'.....sistent sup|iorter of President
Roosevelt and his policies, and in bis
speeches he has stated "if I have
made mistake! they have been due to
my zeal to help the less privileged
many and not the more privileged
few." Ho waged an unusually fine
fight to prevent discriminatory legis-
lation against Florida growers and
will renew his battle if returned to
the SenatS to insure Florida growers
being given n fair deal. He has
taught law. served in the Florida leg-
islature, on the State Board of Pub-
Mrs. Norman X. Rlnkeley, the wife
of the Judge of the Miami Municipal
Night Court has qualified for the of-
fice of State Executive Committee
for Women from Dade County subject
to the Democratic Primaries May 8.
Mrs. Rlakeley has been a resident of
Miami for fourteen years and has
been very active in the social, church
and political life of Dade County
during that time.
She is president of the Historians
of Hade County, a member of the
Young Democrats Club and of the La-
dies Auxiliary of the American Le-
gion. In announcing her candidacy
for the non-salaried office of State
Committee Woman. Mrs. Blakeley
declared she was motivated by a de-
sire to be of further service to the
community she has served so well in
the past
Active in the civic, religion
communal life of this area for manv
years, with a record of service in the
World War. graduate of Georgia
Tech. and prominent insurance brok-
er. Frank O. Pruitt former Mayor of
Miami Sin ins is a candidate for the
office of Chanty Commissioner of
Dade County from District 2. As
chairman of the Dade County Budget
Commission Mr. Pruitt has obtained
a thorough knowledge of county af-
fairs which enables him to judge the
Deeds and problems of the county as
few other nun can. He promises a
business administration of the office
in the interests of all the people.
nenry H. Filer who served on the
School Ronrd of Dade County for n
number of years and who made a
splendid race for State Senntor two
years ago is a candidate for Congress
from the Fourth Congresionnl Dis-
trict to succeed J. Mark Wilcox. Mr.
Filer points to his record while in
public office as an indication of his
honesty, ability and devotion to pub-
lic interests, and pledges, if elected.
to Introduce and fight for legislation
to protect the general mass of the
people and the particular needs of
this district.
PASSOVER SERVICES
A very large group of worshippers
ushered in the Passover festival last
Friday evening and observed both
days religiously. Cantor Louis Hay-
man chanted the traditional prayers.
Rabbi Max Shapiro preached the ser-
mons in Yiddish and English. The
last two days of Passover will be ob-
served nt the Synagogue Thursday
evening nt sundown and will last un-
until Saturday evening at sunset.
Rnbhi Max Shapiro will conduct the
services and Cantor Louis Ilayman
.will chant the traditional prayers.
Friday and Saturday mornings, the
Sendees will begin at 8:30. Friday
morning at 10:00 a. m.. Rabbi Sha-
piro will preach in Yiddish on the sub-
ject : "Israel Reborn!'' "Yiscor" or
"Memorial Prayers will bo recited on
Saturday morning at 10:00 o. in. Pre-
oeeding the "Tiseor Service," the
Rabbi will discuss, in English, the
subject. "Man Dreams of Eternal
Life."
MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS
Members and Friends :Your be-
loved, departed ones were true men
ami women in Israel. Observe their
memories by attending Xiscor ser-
vices. Perpetuate their memories by
Inscribing their names on the Mark-
owiti Memorial Plaque or in the Beth
David Book of Life, if yon desire
thai your loved ones be included at
all memorial services, phone the Rabbi
and inscribe their names as a safe-
keeping for nil times.
LATE FRIDAY EVENING
SERVICES
The late Friday evening services
were terminated for the season on
April 8th. A most enthusiastic au-
dience attended these services every
Friday evening. The average atten-
dance exceeded 400 worshippers as-
suring us of the importance of these
services for the purpose of spiritual
replenishment. May the Almighty
grant that we be together again, next
season.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
The time draws near when the pu-
pils nf our religious institution will,
once again participate in the annual
Sunday School picnic which will take
place Sunday. May 22nd. at the Los
(Has Casino. Fort Lauderdiile. Trans-
portation will be provided for children
who have no (Deans of getting there.
Games and prizes will feature the
day's program. Any child who is ab-
sent for two or more, consecutive Sun-
days from the class without an excuse
will not be permitted to attend.
CONFIRMATION AND CLOSING
EXERCISES
We wish to announce, beforehand,
that the closing exercises for our Sun-
day School will take place Sunday
morning! May 20th at 10:00 a. m.
(lifts and medals will be presented to
I lie honor students of the Hebrew ami
Sunday School classes. Confirmation
services will bo held in the Synagogue,
the .veiling of May 29th at 8:15 p.
m. An iinusually large clas* will be
confirmed this year under the direc-
tion "f ii~ teacher, .Mr-. Harry Oil-
phaut.
REGULAR SERVICES
Daily services at 7:00 a. m., and
6:90 p. m., also Sabbath services Fri-
day evening at sundown, and Baturdi y
morning at 8:80 are held throughout
the year at the Synagogue. Shoul I
you desire any information whatso-
ever, please consult the Rabbi.
Tampa Notes
Mrs. Amelia Brenning with her
daughter. Roseque. and son. Raul,
all from Havana. Cuba., arrived Sat-
urday to visit with her sisters, Mrs.
A. Heracovita and Mrs. H. Pcckett.
Judge M. Henry Cohen, assistant
city attorney and Mrs. Cohen, accom-
panied by Mrs. Marcus H. Cohen, left
recently to spend the Passover period
with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Adrain Cohen, at Augusta.
George Edward Holt, graduate of
Vanderbllt University Law School,
professor of law at the University of
Miami, and member of the Florida
Legislature, is a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the position he now occupies
representing Dade County in Group
1. He points to his record ns a mem-
ber of the last Legislature, to his
championship of constructive legisla-
tion Bl a reason for bis return. Known
ns a forceful speaker and able par-
liamentarian he was always on the
alert to protect the Interests of Dado
County,
Walter Kehoe, a resident of Miami
for the past fourteen years, prominent
attorney, former State's Attorney in
Pensacola. former Congressman from
the Third Florida District, is n can-
didate for the Florida Railroad Com-
mission in Group 2. He points to
the fact that though this section of
Florida has vast agricultural and in-
dustrial interests. South Florida lias
never bad n representative on the
Commission which controls public
utilities, railroads, etc. Well known
for bis ability and grasp of affairs,
bis many friends urge bis election as
the only candidate who realizes and
understands the needs of this area.
Ga. They will return April 21th.
Judge Cohen, who is president of the
Tampa B'nai B'rith Lodge, spoke at
a B'nai B'rith meeting in Augusta on
April 17th.
New officers of the M. J. If. Club
elected at recent meeting are Lilly
Star, president: Sylvia Haimovit
vi.....president; Edith Elosory, h ro-
tary; Dot Star, treasurer: Helen Per-
etsman, reporter: Dol Cohen, sergeant
:n anus. The next meeting of the
club will be held next Thursday af-
ternoon at the home of Miss Shirley
Kaufman.
Mrs. Joe Jane, of New .York, former
director of the National Council of
Jewish Women, and Miss Ira Rosen-
baiim. of Richmond, Vn.. were special
guests Bl the meeting of the Tampa
Section. N. C. J. W.. Thursday at the
Tampa Terrace Hotel. Mrs. Otis
Brown of the Federal Theatre Project
was s|ieaker. Mrs. H. X. Sandier and
Mrs. E. L. Arthur gave the opening
and closing prayers. Mrs. A. R. Ber-
ger told of the results of a citizenship
survey she had made and Mrs. Marcus
Cohen described the progress of the
sewing group. Mrs. Joesph Water-
man, light house and braille chairman,
reported. Among other chairmen giv-
ing quarterly reports were Mrs. I. S.
Levy, first vice-president, on Social
Service; Mrs. Arthur Kessler, second
vice-president, the hospital library and
Mrs. Joseph Wohl. finance. Mrs. Ben
Haimovita will be hostess at the study
meeting April IS in the afternoon at
her home on Watrous Avenue.
Mr. and Mi-. A. Weiss, who havo
been in Miami for the past tWrt
months returned to their home in this
city.


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>U\ F Rare (left' Omaha. Nrera.Aa. and Dr. Wt 3. Levinger. Co-
laaataa, Ohio, have bora named dirotnor ct orfanintkin and publirity
aad diro. research. rosporti\e\y. ol B'nai B nth national Vo-
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BIOGRAPHY OF ALEXANDER H.
ROSEN FEI.D
What the organization thinks of Al
can bet be eremplified by his selection
t" two terms as president of the Y. M.
II. A. Al was born in Warsaw. Pol-
and. July IT. 1800.' Later migrated
to Atlanta. Ga.. where he attended th
grade and high schools of .that city.
I'pon completing h:<
high school days h-'
entered G e o rg i i
Tech and then New
York University,
from which achoo'.
he graduated wi-.h
honor-. Majored in
accounting. Wa .i
member of Tau Epsilon Phi Frater-
nity. First came to Miami in 192".
Al fo'lowed Marry OroaaHun as pres-
ident of the Y. It H. A. in 1934 a:. I
was later re-elected in 1938. n tl
been vitally instrumental in every
function and undertaking of the or-
ganbmtion. Al chairmaned the pur-
chasing of our present property ani
was chairman of two of the moat out-
standing events presented by
-Y." namely The Parade of Star-.
Al is presently serving a three year
term on tie Board of Directors. While
President. Al served as sponsor of the
Junior Y. M. H. A. Aside from l-
duties at the "Y" he is President of
the Retail Cleaners Association of
Greater Miami, and a member of tbe
B'r.i: B'ritfc. Al is a cewly-wM. hav-
ing been mairil : a Ban 16 year-.
Th E have one daugh'-r.
BatJ 11 yea* old.
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JEWISH NAnONAL FUND
111- FIFTH AVENUE^* NEW Y^OIK' CITY
BIOGRAPHY OF ABE WISER
A wsj S^rr. la Detroit- lalds-
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tr.ar a- Detroit and
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stast ability in the high jnaip
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I *be Greater Miami area. The
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: Hysaai M.-'..-. aaa >:-.-'-
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the ee= and wceaen and tbe boys ani
girls of thai area tat t'-ir Bh wwel
lawmiwa a m-A needed Jewish Cen-
Tbe erer growing enraVr -'
' eacb of these diTiaions is
ft >rs and anib'f
these gronps Don't let them i liwam task, join them at
?-* oppottBBtty
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BIOGRVPHT
'aee Mama u> her masty FiiiwaV
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Ks Havrn. Conn. Jaly Bb
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FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
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PAGE FIVE
BULLETIN
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6996 Albacor* Drive6-1265 530 N. E. 31st St.2-9548
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either or both of the Rabbis will be In the Temple every morning.
Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu-
nJty, or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic
hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held in
Ftrict confidence.
FRIDAY NIGHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
CONGREGATIONAL PASSOVER
CALENDAR
Thursday evening, April 21st. 1088,
nt 8:18 p. m., Dr. Kaplan will speak
on "The Four Parties at the Red
Sea.'' Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Zwitman.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
Friday morning, April 22nd, at
10:00 a. m., Rabbi Zwitman will de-
liver the Memorial address on the sub-
ject: "Are We Immortal?" Services
will be conducted by Dr. Kaplan.
Friday evening, April 22nd, 193S at
8:15 p. m., Lester Stein, student of
the Hebrew Union College, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Loo Stein, will be the gue9t
speaker at the Temple. His subject
will be: "Two-thirds of a Man." The
services will be conducted by Dr. Kap-
lan and Rabbi Zwitman.
A LETTER ABOUT THE SEDER
TO THE TEMPLE
Dear Friends:
We were present at your Seder the
other night and we insist that you
place in your bulletin the following re-
port: The first night of the Pass-
over was ushered in at Temple Israel
in an atmosphere of combined spirit
of reverence and joviality. The 200
xuests who participated in the Seder
left the festive boards with a unani-
mous opinion that this was a most
memoriable event in their lives.
Both Rabbis officiated in a most
splendid manner, and everyone pres-
ent, from the youngsters who asked
the Four Questions, both in Hebrew
and English, to the oldest members
present had an active part in conduct-
ing these services.
Contrary to usual misinformed
opinion which holds that a catered
dinner in a religious institution can
never be a good one; and contrary to
the erring belicf^of many who hold
that a Seder in a Temple is a spirit-
ual event with emphasis on the Hag-
gndah, but underestimation of the
"knadlach" (in plainer words the
meal itself is below par,)we stress
in this brief report, that the meal
which was served to those present was
par excellence, and the most critical
gourmet would have been delighted by
the eleven courses (not counting har-
oses and morror and other Seder ad-
denda) which were efficiently and
warmly served to the guests.
If these few paragraphs about the
Temple Seder seem tinted with a frol-
icking spirit, it is only because the
spirit of the Seder was so contagious
that it affected the writer and still
lingers in his (or her) memory, and
shall be remembered until the next
Seder given by the Temple next year.
In view of the many reservations,
and in view of the (literally) hun-
dreds of people that had been turnei
away, because of a lack of space, we
would advise that reservations for
next year's Seder or perhaps reserva-
tions for any dinner which the Temple
will give, should be flocking in by
now.
Hoping to be with you at all of your
services, and at all of your banquets
and happy occasions, we are
Tours really,
"TWO TOURISTS."
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
On Sunday morning, April 17th,
1038. the children of our Religious
School participated in a special ser-
vice, and a children's Seder, which
was held downstairs in Kaplan Hall.
Seated around the tables where the
Seder had been held on Friday even-
ing, the children, under the direction
of Rabbi Zwitman, conducted a ser-
vice and a beautiful Seder ceremony.
Dr. Kaplan delivered an address on
the significance of the Passover, and
members of Mrs. Ethel Grossman's
Class read a group of very Interesting
papera on tha subject "TJje Part that
I played In <>ur Seder at Home."
WITH OCR RABBIS
Radio Program. This Bundaj i I
ternoon Dr. Kaplan ami Rabbi Zwit-
man will be heard orer the Jewish
Hour, over Station VFIOD at 8:80 p.
m. Tin- subject which they will dis-
cojm will "The Election of Israel,
and the Law of Holiness.'' Cantor
Victor Jacob; of Prague, Csechohla*
akia. will be heard on the program In
a group of beautiful Hebrew selec-
tions.
Dr. Kaplan is leaving for Gaines-
ville Monday morning. April li.1tli.
with Mrs. Kaplan. He will deliver
two lectures on the subject: 'The
Pastor in the Community," nt the
short course for ministers which is to
h.' given this year at Gainesville.
Florida, between April 25th and 20th.
On Sunday evening. April 24th. Dr.
Kaplan will be the guest speaker in
'i Pllm Beach at the J. D. C.-U.
P. A. Meeting.
On Thursday afternoon, April 14th.
Rabbi Zwitman spoke at the Shenan-
doah Junior High School at a special
assembly.on "The Passover Festival
and Israel's Ideals."
PASSOVER RECIPES
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Desks, Chairs, Files, Printing
LOWEST CASH PRICES
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GEFILTE FISH OR FISH BALLS
3 pounds fish.
2 large onions.
2 eggs.
2 matzos.
1 teaspoon salt.
2 carrots.
Celery
Pinch of pepper.
For best results use more than one
variety of fish. Pike mixed with
white fish, buffalo or pickerel are very
satisfactory. Remove skins and bones
from fish. Soak matzos in lukewarm
water, press out excess water. Put
one onion, fish and press soaked mat-
zos through food chopper. Stir in
unbeaten eggs one at a time. Add
seasoning. Stir well. Shape into
balls or stuff into skins, and put into
dish lined with fish bones, one onion.
carrots and celery leaves. Add
boiling water to cover Hah. Be sure
not to pour directly over fish balls
or they will go to pieces. Bring to
boil and cook for at least two hours.
Be careful nor to let it burn. If a
granite kettle i~ used it is advisa
to pot it n a metal or asbestos pad
instead of on direct flame.
FRUIT PUDDING
Bei t up 4 egg*, yolks and white.
- |.. i. ter/. To yolks ,!,] ),nlf 011p su.
gar. 1' tables).....ns f;it. one-fourth tea-
spoon salt and dash of cinnamon. 2
shredded apples and one-fourth cup
water. Fold in white and bake in
greased tin for one hour. Then make
syrup of one half cup sugar, grated
rind and juice of lemon, grated rind
and juice of orange, and 1 cup water.
Pour hot syrup over pudding. Con-
tinue baking until Uqnld is absorbed
about 15 minutes. Garnish with
stewed prunes.
"FLEISHIG" BORSHT
6 medium beets
1 1-2 pounds fat beef.
3 large onions.
3 pints water.
2 lemons.
Sugar to taste.
1 clove garlic.
Wash, scrape and shred red beets
or put through meat grinder. Put in
kettle. Add fat, brisket of beef, or
flank, three large onions, a little salt
to taste and let cook until beets and
meat are tender. Then add lemon
juice. Boil about 1." minutes. Beat
up 2 wrole eggs well and add 2 tea-
spoons cold water to eggs and pour
hot mixture over It.
KNOEDEL
1 1-4 cups matzo meal.
1-2 tablespoon salt.
1-4 cup chicken fat.
1-2 cup hot water.
3 eggs.
1-2 teaspoon onion juice.
Stir hot water and salt into fat.
I I little, then add will
eggs, onion Juice and matzo meaL
Mix weD and let stand 1 hour. Then
boil 1 1-2 quarts water, adding 1
and 1 large onion.
Let boil ."> minutes, then drop in halls
rolled from matao meal mixture. Boil
2i1 minutes and serve in -
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, APRIL!
1338
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOMS MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
:'.* Jfiiniiin Avanue
|hon. 6-1SJS
MAURICE Q. MAMCHES. Cantor
7M Marldian Avanue
Phana -201S
DA1L1 HERV1CBS
M.iiniUKH mi T :(M> iiiuI 8:00 Mill-
lui iroin 0 :IH> evenings. Battirdaj
raornlan m 7 :0 Oand B:00-
laftM l>.\vs PASSOVn
i'\ii) home iinisi prepare mi Brut
'I'Nvshiliu Thuradaj ro permit tvokiuji
fix, mFri.Uv for 8utiir,liiv.
S.MnciNi i!l be held id our Svna
Kviiiii 'linnN.i.-i> nn.l Pridaj I'li'iimc
ni it ir>; Kn.iiij and Saturday mom
Inn ii ; (H> and !' . BabM Mooes
Mi -. iioi.-fi' iii preach Friday morn
Ina on a \i- Bang.*1 Sat-.-
mornini hi" will apeak before the Via-
kor or Manorial Berrlee. Cantor
Maurice Maurice Mamchea :: chant
II! I!-. i- I I \
surAcRMOOD
a arhood ";ll h ild .i
i bjv m the fthoreham Hotel ..n Man-
. .i> Maj "-V.! al 1 Ml f
i III n> to I 0
I .! .i!i rak li r 8i
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II 1 .V -.- -
SIMVW BBSSIONS
tOMMF.NCKMKNT
The Oommeneemenl awKlaM of
our graduating Bundai Bamloaa daai
iii in' held smiiiny evening, May lal
t 8 KM p. in A beautiful program is
being arrangad. On tin- committee an
ilio Rabbi and Cantor, Mr. A. I..
Merhlowita, Miss Malrina Welaa. Pin-
:il examination* will bo given to nil
applicants for graduation on Bnnda)
morning. April Men, and the follow-
ing Sim ::t* M:l> 1st.
II \BANOTH
Tlii- Habanota rill mart aaxl Moa-
gal -ii 7 iH> p. in. Discussion
of the program which ihey will pre-
sent ill M J ; III bo held. The
girl* II learn a number of Paleetin-
PROMOTION AND MODEL
SKDBR
8 | session* promotion and n
M 8 ler preoented bj the Hebrew
8 at coupled with a
l*as* i -" preaented bj
v. a .-( Miami B
M eeei .. .....
:. [died bj
8 -
Tli.' community has been greatly in
need'of this lovulj gift to record It*
rarloo* raneita 'l to Ke"P >"'r"
in.-iiii'iillv the names Of livinc Jews
who have achieved meritoiius ewviee.
to tin' community.
CONFIRMATION CLASS
Ai tail Thnraday ^afternoon*! -
don all membera of the Coaflrmatlon
rlaeae* of 1088 received their asalgn-
menta for confirmation which will take
place on Baevuoa morning, June Bth.
The following member* will take their
final eaaminatlon* in, Jewish History.
Bible, Jewish Customs iiiuI t'erenii'ii-
lei and the Confirmation Manual:
Louie Landau. Pal Sadler, Norm*
Wlttenatein, Pearl *nd Mildred Balm-
ovrita, Oacar TVtenbaum, Julian Born-
stein of riiTiiiont. Marion Hoffman.
Sheila Bpilky ->f Mt. Dora. Prlcllla
Friedlander >'f ^Lake Wales, Neal
Wlttenatein, Charle* Bhader, Ethel
Blattner. The musical program ii
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and Morris Gordon. At tin- floral of-
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CHILDREN'S SEDER
To cloae the Passover holidays, tli."
children of the BoUgiooa and Hebrew
Schools,will have a el.wiiiR Passover
program On Sunday, April 24 at 7 :(X)
p in. They will i-onduct <
in Hebrew and English; witl
dren enacting the parts offl
Mother and family respvctivH
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VOTE FOR
HENRY H. FILER
FOR CONGRESS
FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
******^am of Sr.-Jr. Hadassah Southern Region Convention
10:00 A. M.
010:80 A. M.
3Ck> l :80 P. M.
Presiding:
Knowledge and Service,
"Knowledge nnd learning will bring pence to the world"
Knowledge is not the main thing in life, but the use of it."
Talmud.
MONDAY, APRIL 25th, 1938
Registration of Delegates
Separate Board Meetings of Senior and Junior
Opening SessionJoint Session
Montgomery
Atlanta
Mrs. Barney Wrinkle
Miss Ida Safer
Mrs. Sanford Hanoi
Miss Bessie Geffen
Mrs. Sanford Marcus
Miss Bessie Geffen
Mrs. Morris Plant
Miss liana Maek
Mrs. Sanford Marcus
Miss Bessie Ceffen
Greetings : City of Miami Beach
Senior Chapter Miami,
Junior Chapter Miami.
National Council Jewish Women
Zionist Organization
Temple, Synagogues Sisterhoods
Response to Welcome i
Senior Hadassah
Junior Hadassah
Reports of Presidents
Senior Hadassah
Junior Hadassah
Appointment of Committees
Report of Credential Committee
Senior Hadassah
Junior Hadassah
Discussion of Realignment of Southern Region
MONDAY AFTERNOON
1:00 P. M.Formal Luncheon Victor HotelMiami Beach, Florida
Presiding
Mrs. Hurry Grossman Convention Chairman Miami Jr. Hadassa*h
Invocation:
Frieda Miller I.utsky
Songs: Miami Junior Hadassah Glee Club
Greetings :
President Southern Region Jr. Hadassah Miss Bessie Geffen
President Miami Junior Hadassah Miss Ida Safer
President Miami Senior Hadassah Mrs. Barney Weinkle
Chairman Convention Miami Senior Hadassah Mrs. Joseph Williamson
Presentation Membership Award:
Miss Jeanette Prystowsky Charleston
\ "Yesterday's Women Today"
Written and directed by Frieda Miller Lutsky
Presented by Miami I'nit Junior Hadassah
Music: Aaron Parr
Mrs. Emanuel Halpern, New York
Rabbi Moses Meschcloff
Separate Businet* Sessions
SENIOR SESSION
Presiding:
Mrs. Sanford Marcus ', | -,
Minutes Memphis Conference
Mrs. Ben Roth
Report of Treasurer:
Mrs. Samuel Hornstcjn
Report of Officers
Report of Committee Chairmen
S|ieaking Bureau :
Mrs. Ben Stein
Bulletin :
Mrs. Louis Kaufman
Poster :
Mrs. Eugene Bespalow
Organization :
Mrs. William Kirsbner
Tableau :
Address:
Benediction :
3:005:00 P. M.
Birmingham
Savannah
Jacksonville
Montgomery
Memphis
Nashville
JUNIOR SESSION
Presiding :
Miss Bessie Geffen
Minutes of Memphis Conference:
Mrs. Irving Querido
Report of Treasurer:
Miss Fannie Moskowitz,
Committee Chairmen Reports
7:30 P. M.Banquet and Dance
Toastmistress:
Mrs. Isadorc Weinstein
Invocation :
Mrs. Tobias Simon
Address:
Mrs. Emanuel Halpern
-Music
Benediction :
Rabbi Max Shapiro
TUESDAY, APRIL 26th, 1938
0:0010:00 A. M. Committee Meetings
10:00 1 : SENIOR SESSION
Presiding:
Mrs. L. J. Levitas
9 Round Tables on Senior Activities
.Membership. Savannah Chapter
Business and Professional Group :
Miss Helen Seff
Program, Jacksonville Chapter
Fund Raising, H. M. 0.. Y. A., C. W J. N. F., II. II. U.
Mrs. J. Levitas
Oneg Shabbut:
Mrs. B. Brodic
JUNIOR SESSION
Presiding:
Miss Clarn Kramer
Round Table Discussion :
Fund Raising
J. N. F.
Membership
SeniorJunior Relations
Publicity
1:00 P. MLuncheon
Theme: Education
Presiding:
Mrs. Ben SteinMrs. Barney Weinkle
Invocation :
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Remarks:
Rnbbi Colman A. Zwitman
Address:
Mrs. Emanuel Halpern
Skit:
Miami Chapter Senior Hadassah
S:004:00 P. M.
Theme: Education
Cultural Program, Atlanta Chapter
Prof. Quiz, Miss Gertrude Hurvich
4:006:00 P. M.
Report of Recommendations Committee
Report of Resolutions Committee
Report of Conference Committee
Report of Credentials Committee
Report of Nominations Committee
Election of Officers
Selection of Conference City
ADJOURNMENT
Minmi
Memphis
Alcazar HotelMiami
Miami
Miami
New York
II.:
Atlanta
Atlanta
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Temple IsraelMiami
New York
Joint Session
Birmingham
SOCIETY
ENTERTAINS AT
PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin and the
Workmen's Circle entertained at a
farewell party last Sunday evening
in their home in honor of friends who
are^ leaving for the north. The guest
of honor was Mrs. Rebecca Levin,
of New York who lectured on "The
Advancement and Importance of .Wo-
men." Other guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Kronshat, Mrs. I.
Seltzer of New ^'ork; Mr. and Mrs.
M. Friedenbcrg, Mr. and Mrs. I.
"One Good TERM
Deserves Another"
RE-ELECT
W. D.
"BILL" JOYCE
Purchasing Agent
DADE COUNTY
Subject to Democratic Primary
May, MM
(Paid Political Adv.)
Shapoff of Washington: Mr. and
Mrs. A. Goleb of, Patterson. N. J.;
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Schwartz of
Miami. Among the other guests
attending were Mr. and Mrs. M.
Platt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Rechtman,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose, Mr. and Mrs.
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YOUR CANDIDATE
for
CONGRESS
B. Silver. J. Mechlow. Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Scigel. Mr. and Mrs. B. Rif-
kind, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hoffman. Mr.
and Mrs. M. August. Mrs. S. Pont
and Mr. and Mrs. D. Gross.
All guests joined in the singing of
Jewish folk songs. Refreshments
were served.

YIDDISH PLAYS
TO BE GIVEN
The Dramatic Club of the Work-
men's Circle will present one act each
of two famous Yiddish plays "Dvorele
Myucheses" and "Der Katzev" at
Beth David auditorium on Sunday
evening. May 1, 19.18 at 8:30 o'clock,
under the direction of Harry Green-
berg. In addition an unusually fine
program of Jewish music, both instru-
mental and vocal will be presented by
local artists. Admission is only fifty
cents. The public is urged to attend.
I WALTER KEHOE J
im South Florida's Candidate
to the
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I COMMISSION If
GROUP 2
(IV. Political Adv.
"PAT CANNON
Join with thousands in
swelling liis 24,294 votes
of two years ago.
(Paid Political Adv.)
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RE-ELECT HIM!
G. A. WORLEY
YOUR STATE'S
ATTORNEY
HAS BEEN IMPARTIAL
COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT,
HONEST AND FEARLESS
"KEEP HIM THERE"
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY y APMLl
Y. M. H. A. NOTES
< Continued fro ml'age Four-
1005. has unquestionably been one of
the BUM) ardent members and officers
of the Y. W. II. A. Was elected n
charter member of the Y. W. n. A.,
and elected Vice-President during the
sessions Of 198647. Her splendid
work wai rewarded with the presi-
dency the following year. Many social
and financial aucceaaea were held un-
der her sponsorship, nnd today her
capacity is chairman of the board of
directors of the Y. W. H. A. Mrs.
Shindell also belongs to the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood where ihe
teaches Sunday School. Was a pupil
of the public and high schools of New
Haven nnd Inter attended Stone's
College of that city. Was married
in Bridgeport, Conn.. October 38,
3020. Is the proud mother of two
boys and one girl. Her desire is to
see the early erection of a Community
Center.
'11 conduct
DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT AT
Tin: ALABIAG, APRIL 23. lass
Everyone will be there. Where? At
the Alamac Hotel. 1300 Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Bench. Why? To help In-
crease the Y. W. II. A. treasury and
have one swell time. Time is fl .00
p. in., admission 7.V stag or $1.00
drag. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ler Jacobs and the lovely ladies of the
Y. W. II A.
HARRY SMART'S BIRTHDAY
PARTY A WOW
Y. asiree those "Y" clubrooms sure
wer.. packed. All there for one pur-
pose, to help Harry celebrate his 70th
birthday, and celebrate he did ami
they did. According to final statis-
ts Harry received every sort of gift
ranging from a nipple to a eon
hit i urly hair.
Y. W. II. \. MOONLIGHT BOAT
CRUISE
May 1st at 8:30 p. m.. the friends
and members of the Y. W. II. A. will
all be aboard the good ship "Bia-
cayne" for n four hour jaunt on the
Bay Biscayne. plus fine dance music
and an impromptu entertainment pro-
gram, presently rehearsing. Tickets
are $1.30 per couple.
ANNUAL "Y" BAZAAR TO BE
HELD MAY 16
Gigantic plans are being mad,- by
Chairman Ben Serkin nnd his Com-
mittee for the annual Y. M. II. A. Ba-
aanr and Festival which will be held
Sunday. May 15. nt the "Y" club-
rooms. Do not make any other plans
for this date. In fact if you remem-
ber last year's grand success I know
yon won't. Watch this column for
further data.
SCENES OF SENIOR AND JUNIOR HADASSAH WORK
These include Hospitals, Meier Shfeyah, a model Children's
Village; Pardess Anna Training Farm; Henrietta Szold School
of Nursing in Jerusalem

POLITICAL
BRIEFS
DIAMONDBALL NEWS
V M. H A. officials arc still debat-
ing the feasibility of having two teams
represent them. The Beach League
is practically assured of a "Y" entry
and now the Civic League is about
ready to form. Manager Dr. Barney
Weir.kle. urge* all diamondball en-
thnaiaata to come out for the weekly
Sunday practice sessions at Flamingo
Park.
V SEEKING ANOTHER MAY
QUEEN' WINNER
Last year Miss Evelyn Marks rep-
resenting the 'Y" wa:ked away with
the annual Junior Hadassah May
Jneen honors. Who will it be this
year?
BOY SCOUT NEWS
Troop Six I, Rt present pra(.ti(.ine
very hard for the annual inspection
nnd drill to be held Thursday evening
April % at Miami Field. Two large
silver trophies will be presented to
the winning troops and the "Y" troop
is in high hopes that they mav earn-
home one or both of the coveted tro-
Ph.es. The troop is being trained un-
der the able leadership of Captain
Bergida. T\ S. Intelligence, retired
and will be drilled that night by assis-
tant Scoutmaster Al Steinberg. Harry
Saul is their new Scoutmaster and he
would surely appreciate your presence
at this affair. Tuesday. April 2$.
Come nnd cheer the boys on to victory
Meeting the issues raised in the
campaign in his usual vigorous nnd
forward manner States Attorney
George A. Worley who is a candidate
for re-election has given a splendid
account of nil fine record in this of-
fice and other positions he has held.
A resident of Miami for a long num-
ber of years. Mr. Worley who served
in the aviation corps during the
World War. has served as Deputy in
the office of the Clerk of the Crimi-
nal Court, as Assistant County Solici-
, tor under Solicitors McCaskill nnd
I Pine and as State's Attorney since
1985. Fearless and energetic Mr.
| Worley has administered the duties
: of the office regardless of recrimina-
tions. He asks a return to the office
on that record.
Univeriaty of Miami as a law student
and was admitted to the Bar in 1031.
While attending the University of
Miami he earned his way by serving
an n policeman on the Miami force.
He is a member of the Masons. Elks,
Junior Chamber of Commerce, Young
Democratic Club and the University
Club. In his fight for Congress he
bus sir, s-,.,1 his unalterable opposition
to Fascism. Nazi-ism and all un-Amer-
ican propaganda. Ho will favor legis-
lation in Congress to bar such propa-
ganda from this country, and such
other legislation as this district prop-
erly merits, such as the change in the
tariff laws which have discriminated
against Dnde County and Florida in
I favor of Cuba. Active in his enm-
[ pnign are Sidney L. Segall. E. Albert
j Pallot and other active Jewish com-
munal workers.
Campaigning for Congress from the
Fourth Congressional District, Pat
Cannon who received more than
I twenty-four thousand votes against
the incumbent Mark Wilcox two
T^nrs ago. is again receiving the rap.
port of thousands of ardent Town-
sendite* in the district. A native of
, Georgia, raised in South Carolina, he
oame to Miami in 1938. Having re-
ceived his pre-law training in Stetson
In.versity and Wofford College of
Bpartanbarg. S. C. he entered the
Two handsome yonng men were ac-
cepted into the Y. M. H. A. last week.
DO T vunt to know? Veil. I'll tell
you: Sam Block and Al Draeger.
Da you remember little Dot Harris,
I former Y. W. H. A. member? Well.
j Pot >s presently living in Winston-
, Salem and will be married soon to a
yovtg man from Washington, D. C,
whom she met in Miami.
Hots and Dashes from Coast to
Coast. Who does that remind yon of?
*ou said ituntil next week.
J. Mark Wilcox received n rousing
reception at the political rally in Bay-
front Park last Tuesday night when
he courageously discussed the issues
of the present campaign and charged
that jobs were being given out by the
national administration in an endeav-
or to unfairly influence the campaign.
Mr. Wilcox. who is now completing
his third term in Congress is a can-
didate for U. S. Senntor from Florida,
nnd points to his record in Congress
as evidence of his ability to faithfully
and capably serve the people of Flor-
ida in the United States Senate. Dur-
ing his terms in Congress he advocated
the Municipal Bankruptcy Act. and
was one of the main factors in the
development of the Key West High-
way, and other important improve-
ments and expenditures by the Fed-
eral government in this area. When
he felt that the interests of all the
people and the taxpayers would better
be served by refusing to aeced to the
demands of the President, Mr. Wilcox
did not hesitate to voice his convic-
tions even though it meant that he
would receive opposition from those
n nuthoritv | thig ecnatorial fight.
Mr W.lcox. who is fr0m West Pnlm
Beach, served as City Attorney there
prior ,0 his election to Congress. If
Jtoetod ,o the Senate. Mr. Wilcox
promise, a fearless. Intelligent repre
sentation of all the people.
State Senator Graham of Dado
County has brought the candidacy of
State Senator D. Stuart Gillis to the
front during the past several weeks.
Urging the people to a realization of
the duties of the Supreme Court of
Florida, he has emphatically urged
the election of Senator Gillis in
Group l. because of his record of ser-
vice to the people, and his knowledge
of what the people's needs are. Hav-
ing served hit town, county and
state with dignity and devotion, Sen-
ator Gillis asks that he be sent to
the Supreme Court nnd promises, if
elected, to give the same service in
that position as he has in all other
public offices he has held.
Serving as Assistant County Solici-
tor for Dade County. Fritz Gordon
who is a candidate for election to the
Legislature in Group 1. demonstrated
his ability to grasp problems and to
net intelligently on them. He propos-
es to do the same thing now and to
champion the cause of the mass of
Dade County citizenry if elected to
the Legislature. Pointing out that
Dade County contributes far more to
the State, and receives proportion-
ately far less than any other county
lie promises an active battle in the
Legislature, if elected, to remedy
this situation.
expenditures, Dave Sholtz made your
interest his business. He would make
a trip to Washington and mnke an
that Florida got its share. The cit-
izens of Florida were the ones to ben.
efit from his effort and the records
show that he made thirty such trips
to Washington and secured from the
Federal Government of the United
States more than $6.".000.000.00. an
average of more than -2.000.000 a
trip, for the State of Florida without
matching funds.
Expressing himself as "well pleas-
ed with his campaign in every sec-
tion of the state. Dave Sholtz. can-
d.date for the U. S. Senate, said he
had made a careful check and there
was no doubt that he would be in the
second primary.
The Sholtz 'platform includes pa8.
sage of the General Welfare Act, re-
peal of the old-age pension law, mod-
ification of the farm bill which now
restricts tobacco and cotton planting
in Florida, more industries, payrolls,
tourists and improvements for the
state, legislation favoring war veter
bmernJ,''tnUnte natinaI ^ *
better^ working and living condition.
During Dave Sholtz' administration
his contacts with the Federal Gov-
ernment were most intimate in Wash-
ington and most beneficial to Florida
On every occasion of large Federal
Rnaae] F. Hand, candidate for the
Board of Public Instruction (School
Board) in District 2, is a native of
Florida, is 42 years old and has lived
in Miami for 38 years. He is now
serving his fourth term as school trus-
tee in Dade County, and is president
of the Association of School Trus-
tees. Being interested in the public
school system for many years, his
ehildren attending the public achools.
He is unusually qualified because of
study and experience for the duties
of the office he now seeks. He has
served as past master of Biscayne
BV Lodge of the Masonic Order, of
which he is now secretary; I, secre-
tary of the Miami Acacia Club, a
member of Mahi Shrine, the Elks
nnd the Order of Eastern Star. He
is at present actively engaged in the
ZZ1 ronnCP bu8tn'""' ** of-
f'ces in the Seybold Building.
olntv d "'"I agent tot Dade
^nty during the past two years is
.-; candidate for the offiTnd
7'"*' the voters of tbe conn-
{i<*. thus effect* h 'mPOrtant <*-
Wnnds orSSs T'"" '
^^yers of tb"^ntynUaU7t0 th'
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APRIL 15, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE NINE
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DRAPERIES
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CITY CURB MARKET
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Furniture sprayed at your home pries
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for thin unitiue oaint shoo. di-lux-
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SCHOOLS
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pairs on any make car. Prices rea.
sonab I attention to all makes
of water pumps and systems for y.
home.Woco-Pep Tlolene Oil. 1*01
S. W, 32nd Av.-. I'li.m- i-r, n::.________
LANDSCAPING SOILS
FLORISTS
/NINGS "that fit and MWr!"-
Canopies Tarpaulins \ enetlnn
fnds Folding Chairs for rent; Es-
llshed 1914Thomas Awning < o.,
". N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-J^6U.
BUILDERS
"Let's Build a Homo"
lONSULT me if t^tto WW ^WIBH
I 1 will make it n "RhALITY. I Inn
lln* financing, building, that's my
JESSE E. MABCOl X
s. W. let St.__________.'........
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Flagler ai a Bridge. Phone 2-33S
2 .m: R.....i, Phene 5-2961 ?"'
Ltneo'n Road. Office 8970 N. w. l.th
Avi nue Phone 8 'I' ,;' ,' -i,T"',_
,,;,,, 0f Fresh Cul Plowers nMI-iml.
i.-i,,\VPP KfiR IMi r" VSIOM
WIRED ANTWHERE
' PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per >:'"]-
I Mini:. Marl or Mixed : Cow Manure
' :: Pa^s for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In
| i :oral Gabli s, C.....nul Irove or .Miami
Ph...... M804, Agent will call.______
I IXDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. Rolls and Sod. F< \ Trees
Palms and P< rtlU' l"1'
K'..v.. i- Bi ds. Be ,ed Bolls for lawn
MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO.
'.'IV N. W. 27tii Ave. Phones 8-8611
3-8613
PICTURE FRAMING
Wi Call for and P I've.....
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
: imedFramed PI I
illass Pram. s. 172 N. W. 1st S.....'
Phone 2-2462,
SEPTIC TANKS
PRE-CA8T TESTED SEPTIC TAN
I istallal Ion Rep, Irs, Drain
,"NE.\L SEPTIC
v
TO". 22nd Ave. Night and Sunday call!
SEWING MACHINES
FLOWERS SHRUBBERY
BLOOMING C.ernnlums. bougalnvlllea,
Hihiscus. begonia. Tines, crotons,
Beloperone. Many not listed, inc up.
Best made top soil 8,ic yd. Hammock
soil $1.2:, yd. Manure 88 yd-PB. 7-W71.
Osborne Nursery, 2996 N. W. 57 th St.
ALL MAKES, d b;
1
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ed. P.o/: 84
1 i 1R
LOANS
FRUITS
BUSINESS C0LLEOE8
MPLETB Btenographlc secretarial
TRBB-RIPBNBP______
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
Direct from Groves of
JAMES R. COOPER
\t Reasonable Prices
EXPRESS SHIPMENTS
Full Box (1 35 Bu.) --------|3-8S
Mfam'FlarieTN.wTMtn-Btr^t
Hi
FLORIDA^ GREATEST BUSINESS
-NIVERSITT. Nationally aci- eillted
SneVlal rates Finesi equipped school
s..,'i Southern Business CmtonRy
Int ire 16th floor. Security Bldg. Ph
CEMETERY SERVICE
M\R1M R Oranite and Bronse mark.
if&X'^fT^iott^
CI'LL. Ph. ?-f'"t --------
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
iiKAI'lINfi SKUVICE ON H>I'S1':
PLAN'S. Etc.. reasonable rates.
work guaranteed. __.
W. PAIL MEREDITH
ronstruetlon Engineer, Room Wj*
TO:;?'; N. F,. 2nd Ave.. Phone r-472T.
FURNITURE REPAIRING
prnNITURE repairlnK and refin
Vlwon Co.. inc.. i775 S. W. 8th St
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
on
DIAMONDS
AutomobilesListed Stocks
BondsPersonal Loans
LOANS NOT LIMITED TO $^00
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0.121
The Bank for the Individual
EXPERT WORK Price
very reasonable,LEA l \
PICTURE KHAM1.W, SIP'P
11..2 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone
2.2034J. 10. LEAKY,_______________
t
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CH
RENTAL BERVICE
OXYGEN TENTS
Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
25 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 8-1600
SIGNS
CONVENTIONS. Weddings. Parties
Commercial Photography In all us
branches. May we serve you. night.
Bundays, Holidays phone 2-00U8.
Postal HuildillK, l'hc.,2;^'_TT
GEORGE HAMPTON MA, Hl.T V
TROPICAL MATTRESS CO.
UPHOLSTERING. Renovating. Cush-
ions. Pillows. Inner Spring. Pox
Soring. Slip Covers, telephone 4.-ZZH
|Jday service. 2232 \V. Flagler_________
MISCELLANEOUS
FURNITURE SPECIALS
HAVE a limited number of Wr^fCf**
amplified phonographs for sale, low
prices from $40 to $7, each; these are
coin Instruments, but can be used In
private clubs, homes etc. Also coin
phonographs for Itarbecucs. Bars and
Restaurants. We will give 50 records
with each phonograph PwhJd^r
Anril 1st. Deale Automatic Music Co.,
ifiOO 8. W. 1st St. Ph. 8-6932.____
EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Buslnese Needs the F.gry s>s-
fern FlatPax Stationery. tjarbon Roll.
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
925 N. W. itik Street Phone 2-1174
PLUMBING
show Cards office DoorsWindow
DisplaysGold Leaf Work. We take
pride In our work. A complete
Service.M. WOLFORD. Mgr. 708-710
N. E. 1st Ave. Phone t-2150.
TRUCK LETTERING OUR
SPECIALTY
JOHNSON SIGN CO.
SOLARIUM
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Worn
All Work Guaranteed
"5 TEARS' experience: large and
"small Installations, hi N. E. 80U.
St. Phone 3-39:12.
BELL AND BELL Plumbing Co. Gen.
eral Plumbing Contracting, n
teed w..rl;. Repair*. No j"'1 too large
none to small. Prompt S. ; vlcn. Ou
work stands the test. 880 N. E. l-
St., Ph. 7-1104. P. O. Pox 188 Llttl,
River. ____,
C. J. DULBS
. Plumbing and Healing
Contracting. Oas Piping. Lawn
sprinkling systems. Repaint;
maintenance our specialty. Tel. .,--,'
8 South Collins Ave.. Biscnyne Plaza
Rldg.. Miami Reach._________________
DETECTIVE BUREAU
ICONFIDENTIAIj InvestigationsWe
I check your clerks, employees. All
llrregularlties. Extortion and Black
[Mall plots eliminated. Full dress op-
eratives. Protect parties and Society
functions. ,
Dietonraoh and Motion Picture Service
Dependable Service Strict Privacy
Member Miami Chamber of Commerce
M. F.8MITH NATIONAL
DETECTIVE BUREAU
849 Ingraham Bldg. Phone S-120S
Nights and Holidays 4-?"7
DIABETIC HEALTH FOODS
DIABETIC BREAD THAT IS SAFE
Finest tasting, low In price, contains
less than ten percent starch. Also full
line of diabetic and health foodsfin-
est and largest store South of Chirago
nd New Tork. Cafeteria and Health
Foed Shop 12 S. E. 1st St.. opposite
Rurdlnea. ___.
DRESS MAKING
WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN8
Design Presses to your satlsfa.-lion.
Let us solve your dressmaking prob-
lems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations
and repairs. ____
HELEN LEE SHOP
2767 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone HIM
B1SDl roMi'i.KTF. with god m
tress $"; steel COtS with pad *''
,lv bed complete. *: metal cabinet*.
'd furniture, ehi.irs ?..< up: Irnpleaf
tables, $4 : Cheat of drawers. 18.40 Op,
tables SI up: b'tby bed* with mnt-
;','.': Si;,,,,: high ehnirs rJQM. Vsed
furniture of all kinds, IMP* Mom,
dining room, bedroom sets, st.n .
ovens, electric fans etc. Also new fur-
niture nt very low prices.
'"m-RNA VISTA FtJRN. EXCH.
n2R N. B. -nil Ave. Phone .8-8808
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
,unW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
'FIXTURES. OFFICE EOUIPMFNT
Used ^nlnment at sacrmce nrlces
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
26 N. Miami Avenue
GOAT MTLK
Clean well flavored goat milk delivered
Younp Kid Ooats for Sale during
PasioverPaschal Lamb
TROPICAL GOATERY
Bird anJ Ludlam Road. Phone 4-5520
PEARL S BEAUTY SALON
A complete Beauty Service
Open Evenings by Appointment
Rooms 20--7-8 Townley Bldg
Phone 2-0280-14'.* N. E. 1st St.
,,nq TAYLOR DAMMERS. for 15
MS| mXES* with (Mme. MPO-
habohab) Is now dsino expert altera^
tlons and dressmaking In her own
home at reasonable prices. 605 S. w.
18th Ave. Phone 2-1010;_______.-------------
BTdfcLHrra BargainsPaints and
Screen wire, bronze or copper sc
and C l-2c ft.: galv. 3 V2c,-R"'Ln4iC aV
Guaranteed house paint 9-c gill. Al.
kinds bargains; household goods gen-
eral hardware. We sell em cheaper.
f.28 N. W. 62nd St.
RADIO REPAIRS
SHANTHE RADIO MAN
Best Quality WorkReasonable Prices
SHAN DESJARDINS
1328 W. Flagler Street
Phone 2.1219__________Open Evenings
REFRIGERATORS
OFFICE SERVICE
NEW OFFICE service for mimeo-
graph ng. stencils, public steno-
graphy. bookkeeping, .addressing no-
tarv public; special rates for social
security repVtrand systems and for
Income tax papers-211 Lorraine Ar-
cade. Phone 3-6180.________________
OPTICIAN
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specializing In Eye Examinations
Fitting and Repairing of
GLASSES
141 N E First St. Phone 2-5",2C
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERM3
PLASTERING
PLASTERING, stucco and general re-
pairs. Pstehlnq a specialty; esti.
mates. Phone 4-3853.
ATTENTIONApartment house own-
era and managers, realtors banks,
service men' and restaurants. Stand-
ard makes Refrigerators Ranges-
repossessed and factory reconditioned.
845.00 up. Refrigerators guaranteed
and serviced by our own factory re-
frigeration engineers. Many sizes and
styles. Frlgldaires, Mayflowers. Kel-
vlnators. Unlversals, Oen. Electric,
etc. FORD REFRIGERATOR CO.
257-261 West Flagler St. Phone 3-7072
Miami, Fla. _____
REFRIGERATOR REPATRS
WE MAINTAIN a complete shop in
which practically any make refrig-
erator (hUl be efficiently repaired at
n fair price. A crew of trained mech-
anics on duty day and njght. Our
service cars carry everything needed
for ordinary and emergency calls..
Ventilation and Refrigeration Service
Co. Phone at 3-3272 or 8-2152
Sun and Solar Turkish Baths on
Hotel Roof
Special Treatments Nerve Bone and
Muscle
Reducing TreatmentsColonic
Irrigation
Personal ManaKement
MISS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST
Room 317 H del Seville, Coral Gables,
Phone 4-4045
STORAGE
FIREPROOF BLDG., HEABT OP
CITY
SPECIALIZING in personal effects.
Baggage room with free access.
Baga, .-> month; trunk . month. Personal stalls, $1..",0 month
and up; Furniture rocks, S2..T0 month
and up; Private rooms, $5 month ami
up; Larger amounts of storage, lc
CD, ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13
N. K. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them up.
STOVE REPAIRING
SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARSWe re-
build and reflnish water heaters
stoves. Gas, OU, Electric, Gasoline.
Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant
Equipment. "If you use ItWe service)
it.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE
J. F. McMalns, Mgr., 1722 W. Flagler.
Phone 2-6389.________________________
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
WE move you anywhere In U. S. A.
Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone
2-7188. Suddath Moving and Storage
Co. Office In all principal cities.
TREE MOVING
JOHN H. WHITFIELD
Nursery and Landscaping. Tree mov.
Ing specialist. Best of referenoes. 1212
V. W. 79th St. Phono 7-3727._________
ROOFING
OPTOMETRISTS
HATHAWAY ROOFING CO.
2234 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone 2-6608
Large or small Jobs. Work guaranteed.
RUG CLEANING
UPHOLSTERING
TOWER UPHOLSTERING SHOP
General furniture upholstering; 1514
S. W. Rth St.. near Tower Theatre;
Ph. SMS, specializing Slln Covers.
Repairing, Cushions; 3-plece wicker
set repainted $7.00.
WINDOW CLEANDfG
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc,
Eye Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road, Th.
5-3580. Miami Beach. o o
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dved and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
60 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-7798
COMPLETE window cleaning. Janitor
service and floor waxing: always
the best work by reliable bonded work
men. Miami Beach exclusive. Baston's
Window Cleaners, Ph. 2-1032.



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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. 3rd Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER,, Rabbi
RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
8CHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily: Sbachrls at 8 a. m.;
Hincha at 5:30 p. m ; Maarlv,
IS minutes after sunset.
Sabbatb services: Friday
evening at 6:30 p. m.; Satur-
day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
urday afternoon at 61S p. ra.
CONCLUDING DAYS OF
PASSOVER
The cloning days.of the Pessaeh
Festival will begin Thursday sundown
and will last through until sunset
Saturday.
Services Thursday evening begin at
fl:30 and Friday morning at 0:00.
Friday afternoon Mincha services will
begin nt 6:00 p. m., and Rabbi Kell-
ner will speak after Mincba in Yid-
dish.
Hhabbos morning services will begin
at 9:00, the Rabbi will speak at 10:30
anil at 11 :00 Yiskor .Services will be
held to honor the memory of the de-
parted.
Mincha services nt !> :.10 on Shnbbos
afternoon anil the Rabbi will again
preach in Yiddish after Mnariv.
AGAIN WE SAY COME TO SHI I,
The gratifying response to the call
of the Rabbi as evidenced by the
splendid attendance on both days of
Yomtov, inspires us to urge again our
people to cone to the Sacred Service!
at every opportunity. Our children
were there in large numbers and Rab-
bi and Mrs. Kellner surprised the
young ones with a Passover treat on
the second day.
A special request is made however
to the mothers of our children to make
a special effort to accompany them
to riie services. This year the holi-
days involvo the loss of one school day
and we strongly urge the children to
come to tho House of God and abstain
from attendance at school on Friday. '
RABBI KELLNER TO SPEAK IN
WEST PALM BEACH
At the invitation of I)r| Carl Her-
man, Rabbi Kellner will address a
mass meeting of West I'alm Beach
J. F. (FRITZ)
GORDON
YOUR CANDIDATE
for
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP ONE
A DEMOCRATIC MAN
TO REPRESENT
DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE
Register Early
Vote May 3rd
(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Jewry on Sunday night, April 24th.
This gathering will signalize the stnrt
of the United Jewish Campaign in
West Palm Beach, embracing the J.
I). C, the Ort., and the U. P. A.
HABANOTH NEWS
The Habanoth Girls have once
more proven their abiding interest in
the Synagogue by assisting their lead-
er, Mrs, Abraham Kellner, in the pre-
paration for the Children's Seder held
last Wednesday evening. Monday,
Chal Hamoed Pasach, the Group met
at the home of Mrs. Kellner for the
purpose of furthering plans for the
celebration planned to take place on
May 1st at the Y. M. H .A. This af-
fair is scheduled for the purpose of
raising funds to complete the pay-
ments on the recently purchased Safer
Torah which was presented by the
girls themselves in an unprecedented
example of what our girls can do
when so inspired.
Friday, April 15. Mrs. Glickstein,
prior to her marriage, wass Miss Rose
Lieberman.
The Temple Sisterhood gave the
Passover enrd party last Wednesday
afternoon in the Temple Home. Mrs.
Roy A. Benjamin was chairman of
this affair.
Sisterhood members on the April
committee were Mrs. II. Hammel, Mrs.
H. Weiss. Mrs. L. Bueholtz. Mrs.
William Nussbnum. Mrs. Archie
Puldy, Mrs. B. Hursch, Mrs. If. Mcy-
ersoii, Mrs. E. W. Rosenthal. Mrs. L.
S. Joel, Mrs. B. Roberts, Mrs. E.
Kugelman, Mrs. Max Meyer, Mrs. L.
Stein, Miss Martha Isaacs, Mrs. H.
Jacobs and Mrs. David Cowan.
Morgenstern, Gladys Atlas. Leah Sc -
zer. Sylvia. LciboviU. Phyllis I aul.
Sylvia Habcr. Anita Friedman, Beryl
Weinstein, Beverly Stein, Annette
Hammerman and Sam Herman.
Passover refreshments were served
by the following Seder committee of
tho Daughters of Israel: Mrs. II. J.
Silberstein, chairman; Mrs. I. Cohen.
Mrs. A. ZOBlOW. Mrs. M. Hose, Mrs.
M. Wexler, Mrs. J. Spivak. Mrs. A.
Stein. Mrs. H. Schemer. Mrs. J.
Weinstein and Mrs. Max Rubin.
B'NAI B'RITH
Jacksonville Notes

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Culm an-
nounce the birth of n son, Edward
Meyer, Saturday, April !). Mrs. Cohn
was formerly Miss Fredericks Meyer.
Mr. and Sirs. M. B. Glickstein an-
nounce the birth of a daughter on
The Daughters of Isrnel sponsored
a children's Passover Seder for the
pupils of the Hebrew School and Sun-
day School of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center last Sunday afternoon. Pupils
of the schools, under the guidance of
Rabbi M. D. Margolis, performed.
The following participated I Robert
Wolf, Roy Baker, Mar Berman, Son-
ya Heymnn. Martin Stein, Charna
Rosenvaig. Margery Judith Atlas,
Carol Dwoskin, Jerome Witten, Sol
Proctor, Alfred Bork, Melvin Paul,
Edwin Safer. Robert Talisman. Ben-
ny Margol, Abby Fink, Sylvia Spivak,
Erwin Jncobson, I.......:i Samson. Doris
Singer. Gloria Cowan, Herbert Weiss,
Billie Greenbaiiin. Sarah Dwoskin,
Minnu Silverman, Mildred l.eiinard,
Ruth Shortstein, Jeanette Marks.
Martin Weiss. Harry Baker. Milton
Markowitx, Albert Datz, Bernard
Herman. Dolores Fiirinnn. Gene Kris-
tie, Inmnn, I.eff, Robert Stein, Rich-
ard Talisman, William Grcenbiium,
J. Edward Rosenvaig. Irving David
Bono, Richard Hollius, l-'nga Lee
BRIEFS
By E. ALBERT PALLOT
Jack Abbott, chairman of our in-
tellectual advancement committee, fi-
nally has completed arrangements for
our Mother's Day program. It will
be truly a splendid bit of entertain-
ment and comparable to the very ex-
cellent programs wc have had during
the administration of our president,
Elry Stone. Berthn Levy, one of our
most outstanding Mothers, will play
an important part in its presentation.
More details next week.
Census taker, Harry Zukernick, is
out to secure the names of all Jewish
resident! of Greater Miami. Broth-
ers, please CO-operata and send him
the names and addresses of nil Jew-
ish residents. What really got Harry
riled was Loo Shochet's statement
"that it couldn't be done." The word
"no" is not included in Harry's voc-
abulary, and according to Hurry's as-
sistant. Marx Feinberg, "Harry will
complete the census if he has tu per.
onally canvass each house in Greater
Miami." Great stuff Harry, rm Kn^
yon and wc arc nil looking forward
for a speedy census.
Everytime I think of Ben Le Vine
I want to join a glee club.Why?
Solicitor Abe made his usual 20
minute address at our last meeting.
At the conclusion he noted with con-
sternation that the brothers were not
only looking at their watches, but
were actually placing them to their
ears to determine if they were sti]|
running. President Stone refused to
permit anyone to reply.
One would never know that a law-
yer's time and advice are his stock in
trade the way the very eminent gen-
tlemen display their forensic oratori-
cal ability. Free.
Don't forget the district convention
at Orlando May 2 and 30. For a
swell time brothers plan on attending.
Sholem Lodge will see and hear
what "I hope" will be the best degree
team in the country. Soon, very
soon.
In conclusion I want to pay tribute
to the memory of M. II. Nlssenbaum
whom the supreme architect of the
universe has seen fit to peremptorily
summon from our midst. A hard
worker for B'nai B'rith and one wlio
we will all miss. Rest in DeiCe,
Brother Nissenbaum.
tough trip Ahead 7
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