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The Jewish Floridian ( April 29, 1938 )

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wJewisti Floridia m i% VOLUME 11—NUMBER 17. Qsmmm. The JtewSsti HJmity P9 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS LIPTON NAMED TO VICE PRESIDENCY Th< twelfth annual convention of th,> Southern Region of Senior and Junior Hadassah wan held this week and attracted a large number of delegates from Southern cities. Sessions were held in the Blackstone Hotel which had been named headquarters an.! included separate and joint busin.^sessions of both organizations. TIH' principal speaker at all sessions w.iMrs. Kmanuel Halpern. national Education Chairman of Hadassah who discussed problems of Jewry to(l.iv. She told of the work of Ha


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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE / fcJewisti fieridii&n PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box W\ PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 S. W. Second Avenue Phones 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K. SHOCHET. Circulation Mnr RAY l". BHOCHET, Society Editor E.t.r-I u Mtond SUMS noiur July *. 1919. t the Port Offic. at Miunl. Florida und*r the Act of Much I. 187. ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. RUBIN RI.rMentativ WEST PALM BEACiI MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Rtpr-nrn4.tiv ORLANDO DORIS S. HELLER Kcprwcnutiv* TAMPA MRS. JAY MARKOWITZ *Upreenuitiv SUBSCRIPTION III Montha On* Yomr— _si.es St.M VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 17 FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938 AT THE POLLS The citizenry of Florida will go to the polls next Tuesday to select the nominees for many important public offices. In most instances, the results next Tuesday will be final and the nominee will be chosen to the office. As Jews it behooves every one of us to exercise the right of suffrage which we enjoy here by right of birth or of naturalization. As citizens we must use that right so that the greatest good may come to the greatest number. Only those candidates who possess the qualifications needed for U>e office sought should receive our votes. The Jewish Floriof an does not propose, at this time, to urge any particular candidate. It does ask that you study the records of each and every one. If in that record, or in the public utterances of the candidate you find that which would lead you to believe he is unfit, then cast your vote against him. And in that study may we urge on you to bear in mind that the utterance of anything which shows prejudice against any of our people, or of any people because of race or creed is sufficient reason why your vote should be cast against him. If that candidate in *!• %  > terances such as that of Finley Moore, also a candidate for United States Senator, pledges that he will attempt legislation to disqualify any foreign born though a ciUzen from holding office, or such similar un-American doctrines. ... or when referrvng to any particular violators or alleged violators of the CwTreLesth^remarkswith'-Jew'gangster, or "Jew racketeer then vote against that man. pScularly do we caution our Jewish citizens however not to accept every statement against a man as definite proof n too often^even in this campaign have such charges exercise your vote. nf thnt Saturdays business was donated" to charities. Kingston has a Jewish population of 2.000 souls. The majority are the descendants "f the old Spanish and Portuguese* Marranns. who have in habited the Island for about thi centuries. They aw the foremost people in Jamaica, ami possibly form ihe oldeal Jewish Community in both North ami BoUth America. The present Synagogue is ahout fifty yean old, and is on the usual Spanish-Tortuguese model, with tin' Ark for the Torali in the east, a Itima in the cen ter, HIM! a raised pavilion on the ride for the Parnaas, and heads of the congregation and Rabbi. The bench* es Instead of facing the Ark, as with OS, inn in Straight row! parallel with tli>' n.nth and south walls and meet in tin' center at the l'.ima. The floor is strewn with Palestine sand and is reminiscent of the famous Synagogue in Amsterdam, Holland. Hebrew is pronounced in the Sephardie manner. While the service* fa most Spanish Synagogues nre strictly Orthodox, it varies somewhat here. The presence of an organ, and the service partly in English, strike a note of modernism in the otherwise rigid orthodoxy of Sephardie Judaism. A most Interesting curiosity is the old Hebrew cemetery recently unearthed. It is about four miles out of Kingston and near a place formerly known as Tort Royal, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 'he year 1802. Port Royal during the 17th century was the business eentei of Jamaica. It la famous in legend ami romance as the headquarters of the Pirates, those famous buccaneers. Henri Morgan. Captain Kidd and Others who when ashore, spent their money freely in feasting, fighting and revelry. They were good customers and the Jewish merchants of Port Roynl did n thriving business supplying the Pirates With their needs. This BOOB prosperity suddenly ended in the year 1002 when an earthquake totally destroyed the place. The cemetery is removed from the ruins of Port Royal by s narrow body of water. It was discovered about two years SgO. Covered with trees, hushes and heavy tropical foliage and consequently was completely forgotten. Due t.i the energy and activity of the Rabbi, the eemetery was chared, n fence*built around it. so that it is now one of the show places of-t-he city. The grave stones are of marble and granite and Cover tl "tire graves. tomb fashion. Most of the burial dates are between 1680 and 1780. A number of the graves are dated 1082, a melancholy reminder that the Inmates ve re victims f the earthquake. The inscriptions on the tombs are in Hebrew and Spanish, and typical names are Alvarea, Servido, Nuea, Rodrigues and Ilcnrupies. Participants in Conferences on the Better t mierstandmg of Judaism and The History of Religion at The Jewish Theological Seminary of Amrrir* April M-Mav4. 13*. From top lef to bottom right: Professor luis Gtlgberg of the Seminary. Professor Millar Burrows of \ ale t ""<• %  >>• Professor Julius I-ewy of Hebrew I nion College. Doctor Cyrus Adler. President of .he Seminary. Profess, r Krwin R. Omnhnough oTM. I nlversl.y. Doctor Israel H. I.evinthal of the Brooklyn Jewtoh C enter, t-l Mr Sol MStroock. < na.rman of the Board, of Directors of the Seminary. States, who originally settled in Jamaiea. He is writing a book about the Jews of Jamaica, stressing the old settlement in its charming and romantically tropical setting. The Jews of Kingston stand high In ,|„. Ufa of the Island. They are the oldest group of purely white i pie in Jamaica. They constitute the most important business group, and B re leaders ill the professional and political life of the place. Several of West Palm Beach NOTES Great interest is being shown in B'nal B'rith circles and preparations nre being made for a large delegation to the Convention of the District at Orlando next month. A fine meeting %  rat held recently at the home of Henry Ahrens. JEWS IN KINGSTON By HARRY SI.MONHOFF On landing in Kingston, Jamaica. vnu walk on King Street and ultimately find yourself in "Charleys Bum." the •" b on ,he w A good traveler usually asks the questions, and the half white manager will inform you that this resplendent cafe-saloon that serves the best Jamaican rum cocktails, ja dosed on Saturday. Noting your surprise he •will add—thnt you could not induce the owners to open the place on Saturday for a million dollars Xou become interested and then he will tell you that the House of Meyer recently bought this famous bar from Charley His reference to >hc House of Meyer conjures within you ritto-g of the House of Rothschild. The garrulous manager will go on talking, saying that the House of Meyer is the largest and most important business „s,„blishment and exporter in Jnmai,„ If vou ask whether Mr. Meyer is n Seventh Day Adventist, he will draw himself up proudly and with Blight belligerency and say "N s r > ,,f saving it and the toss of his head makes you feel that in Jamaica the word Jewish Is equivalent to nristo cratic. This was my firRt intimation „f the presence of Jews in Kingston. T went to the House of Meyer and found a large establishment on the waterfront. The warehouses, the office and the trucks create n busy, prosperous atmosphere. I was received with quiet courtesy by the young Mr. Meyer, a graduate from the T.nl versitv of Pennsylvania, who in spite of the pressure of business, gave me his time and kept others waiting. During the conversation, he informs me. in his refined English accent, that his baby boy. three days old. If the fifth generation of the House of Mevcr horn on the island of Jamaica „ inl tbrough more than a century the House of Meyer always kept closed on the Sabbath, except on one occasII, Meyer is Jewish." His manner ;,„,; airing the great war. when at „„, ,„„* „f the Government, they furnished provisions ti a %  "rencn Transport and the profit! earned out The community is fortunate In having Rabbi Silverman, originally from Manchester, England, then Klmua. Sew York, a young man of energy and vision who fully appreciates the nnique background -if his congregation. It was Rabbi Silverman. who learning of the existence of the old abandoned cemetery, labored diligently for its restoration. This was not an ea-v task, and entailed considerable expense to remove the tall weeds, the underbrush and the rank vegetation that covered the brutal ground mid bid it from view. Rabbi Silverman, who incidentally was appointed by Franklin Roosevelt, when Governor of New York, as Chaplain of one of the State prisons, is actively engaged in modernizing his congregation and at the same time preserving its ancient spirit. He is searching the official records of the country bearing on the old Jewish settlement. Fortunately, the various Synagogues, formerly on the island, kept complete records of the communityThe minute--and records, in Hebrew ahd Spanish, are beautifully inscribed. It was an age when penmanship was a fine art. The Rabbi is able to trace ,1 rigin of some of the important Spanish Jewish families in the United ,,„.;,. number were recently knighted !, v King G -gc VI. The LIndo family is probably the richest In Jamaica and carry themselves with aristocratic distinction. The community itself is not sharing the usual fate „ f old communities that either be tome mummified or lifeless through dryrot. Although the Sephardie Jews generally ding tenaciously to old forms and set their faces against Innovations, this Community, due largely to the enlightened efforts of Bnbbi Silvermah, is enjoying somewhat of „ Renaissance. Healthy Innovations In (he life and service of the BynaCogue nre introduced. A community Sedar during the Passover is attended by 000 people. Chunukuh is joyously celebrated with a large public festival. Tisha B'ab frfe black anniversary of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem) is appropriately mourned in the old cemetery. The Sunday School is ably directed by Mrs. Silverman and the Rnbbi himself insists upon the study of Hebrew in the Talmud Tornh. The ritual services arc beautified with the help of an exceptional choir, accompanied by the organ. The Rnbbi is delving into the field of Jewish music in his efforts to discover the ancient melodies of the old Spanish Portuguese liturgy. In the well attended literary Society, the important problems of the day are discussed, and distinguished visitors often deliver addresses. The Fun and Frolic Club is organising two debating teams for the Cultural committee and plans for intensive work are being made. The Congregation Beth F.l adopted resolutions ..t' thanks and appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. I-; OVitch and his co-workers for their successful efforts In connection with the building fund for the new Seller Memorial Talmud Torah. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Freeman and refreshments were served following the business session. A bridal shower was held last week at the home of Mrs. Jack Fein in honor of Miss Ann Sandier, brideelect of Dan Goodmark. The guest of honor was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. Games were enjoyed and a buffet luncheon was served. A splendid response met the appeals of Rabbi Kellner of Miami and Dr. Herman of this city at a well attended meting in the interests of the United Jewish Campaign to raiso funds for Overseas Relief and Palestine work. The Jewish Traveler, his subconscious mind saturated with the horrors of Germany. Austria, Poland and Bonmania, finds a visit to Kingston strangely refreshing and diverting. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer Jewish resident and for many years the most active communal worker in South Florida, was the guest of honor with her daughter, at a reception given on the eve of their departure for a visit to her son and daughter at I-os Angeles. Cal Mrs. Schrebnick received a beautiful traveling bag from her many friends and was the recipient of many other gifts and congratulalory messages. The entire community joins in the fervent wish that she may spend an enjoyable health ; recuperating vacation with her loved "lies. I



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  • erintendent of the Sunday sessions and Cantor M. Mamches. The valedictorian. Fay Recbtman, will speak on .'The Duty : Man." Others to speak are: I l.vn Safer. Dorothy Bchoenbaum and Gloria Saefert on "Principles Fv rUla Cohen "What is a Jew?"; Caryl I!.... "Way Remain 3 %  %  • -''•• %  Helen Swetntck "Why Jew' : M na Rubin "Oar "" %  %  ": Natalie y. ]"Ol -v ..,T. a it Qiatory" : Edna Malter "Wanted: A home"; Judith M -• FI iwer ifferinf." Addl aril] be riven by Mr. M. f ; -' president, Mr-. B. H. London. Sisterhood pre* Mr. A L. afechlowitg and Uiaa MaiW. u Rabbi afescheloff will latea. Cantor Man-, will lead them in the singing of %  number of Hebrew sons*. Th* eradnclaas will make a presentation to the synagogue. Priaea will be given for excellence in history, religion and contemporarv Jewish problems by Mr. Moesha Ro,'All Hebrew School children will be given pins. Awards for school service will be distributed. The public icordially invited. Refreshments. HABANOTH PRESENTS The Habanoth met last Monday night to receive the beautiful pins fmm the main office which shows their allegiance to this national ortlon. They received their parts and prepared the program of the entertainment which they will present Monday evening May a The proceeds will go toward the pur"f the central chandelier for our ii-w synagogue building. Delicious refreshments and most attractive door prizes will be given. Tickets may be purchased from any board member. The charge is nominal. On the committee are Mesdames J. Tobin, S. Blank. H. Koretzky. S. Eisenberg. B._ Bernknopf. S. Cohen. J. Albert. M.'B. Frank. M. Mamches. H. Goldstein. H. Wilensky. SISTERHOOD ELECTIONS The monthly meeting of the SIstel hood will be held next Tuesday evening instead of Monday. The chief tOftfc of the evening will be the nomination and election of officers for the coming year. A program will follow elections. Members this is your j chance to help select your new offj. ] eeri for the year. Be sure to attend and make yonr honest selection. R.>freshments will be served. YOING MEN'S CLUB T • Toting Men's Group will meet for Sunday morning minya ai at 9:00 a. m. Breakfast will be -• i % %  • %  %  %  %  by the Sisterh nnder the direcafta. Besvenick after the service. Mr-, gfyeraon will serve, as thij week's hostess. OTtuwiL TloisA, By HARRY SCHWARTZ Y. W. H. A. TO HOLD MOON LIGHT TRIISE THIS SUNDAY Moonlight on the water—soft breexei—iweet music—-dancing conill*-:—cooling refresbmenti — How: When: Where:? At the annual V. W. II. A. Boat Hide jaunt—Sunday night, May lt—Tier 7—Boat lliscaync—Time s:oo p. m.—Admission} fes, $1.50 per couple. Didja ever get left': Ton will if you don't purchase your ticket* immediately. Tell your friends t,, get aboard for a grand time. Committee in charge: Miss Ro* Berkowits and Miss Muriel Pallot member and president of Miami A. '/.. A., Junior B'nai B'rith. President of Beth David Bar Mitzvah Boyw Breakfast club. Member of Beth David choir. Kntered University "f Miami in 19.10, honor student of U. of M.. manager of freshman and varsity football teams, also varsity baseball team at I'. of M. Member of Kilo Beta Omicron, honorary public speaking fraternity, member of Wing and Wig, honorary dramatics group of (J. of M. Undefeated in two years of intercollegiate debating us member of debating team, member of University Literary Society and also 1'. of M. Qlee dub. Member of all class athletic teams. Entered University of Florida Law School in l!l.'!2. Was honor stuibnt there. Feature Story writer on D. of F. Alligator, school weekly. Graduated in June llt'l.") and became youngest practicing attorney in the State of Florida. Is engaged in practice of law now with offices in the American Bank Building. Is the youngest secretary of B'nai B'rith in the country, Organised Jewish stunent Union at U. of F., and Jewish Cultural Society at G. of Miami. Member of Miami Phllarmonlc chorus. Ifree and single, girls. week-end for the former secretary of the Y. W.H., Janet Karasik and Charley Blau, Charlotte Furman, charter member of the Y. W .H. A. and AI Itcisman, Estelle Skolnick and Hurry Stern. Congrats. MO/EL TOV To Mr. and Mrs. Kubou Lubel who are the proud parents of a 7 pound baby girl born April 20th at the Victoria Hospital. Come to May 15th. the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar // SCOUTING With n zip and u swing that would do justice to a much older organisa(Continued on Page Five) Come t" May I.',. the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar TROOP NO. >4 ( ELEBRATKS SECOND ANNIVERSARY The second anniversary of the Miami Beach Boy Scout troop was held Tuesday evening, April 26th. The meeting was opened by Scoutmaster A. L. Mechlowitz. Colors were presented and the pledge. Scoot oath and I. re were recited. The Scoutmaster gave a welcoming address and cut the anniversary cake. Mr, A. S. M.Farlan, chief Scout Executive of Dade County Council, praised the Scoutmaster, spoke of the work of the Boy Scout Organization, and of the need of closer understanding and relations between Scout leaders nd the parents of Scouts. Sidney Besvenick spoke on ''The American Flag." Norman Arkin on "Knife and Hatchet." A demonstration of semaphore an dsignalling was given by Scout Edward Singer and the Scoutmaster. Albert Braven. s-ram committee chairman and B..b Two ginger gave a demonstration of First Aid. Irwin Keham reviewed "Boy Scout Knots Knots." Bernard Hutn "Camping," and Leonard Merlin gave a talk on • %  > 0 :. and Lore." Mr. Mechlowitz cxpr^sfil l. • %  li to the troop ami the auRabbi Mescheloff gave the closing ben-diction. Taps were blown %  troop -• %  ihments to all. I" the V. M. II. A. Bazaar on I May 15th. WEDDING BELLS ring out loud anil clear this III II11,Mil,III llll llll IMI Mil HUM ANNUAL Y. M. H. A. NOMINATIONS MAY 18 Constitutions or not the annual "V nominations will take place as per schedule. The cry of thi iwho will be the next "Y" president? Who will be the next Vice-Preaident, Secretary, Treasurer, etc., etc.? ROSALIND SIMON CHOSEN "Y" MAY QIEEN CANDIDATE Which undoubtedly will assure the organization of another winner at the annual Junior Hadnsah May Queen Festival to oe held Sunday. May 8th I at the American Legion Home, 600 : Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Come to the May 15th. Y. M. H. A. Bazaar Carolyn 8 Her as Mr ,; *X Edna Malta/ as Max Nadcjberg Lillian Marcus as Channn x rg. Ruth Bernstein as Mr. :: 8 afeld as J %  '• %  ny. NatFeller as Ida. and Elaine Derrick '' • %  '"'. Alao on 'he pro!:. uric n.mskv in a song '"'••" %  • PhyDia Kohn. Gloria S Caryl Rose in monolofues Dorothyg hoenbantr. T^' J %  • i Qr, .,-. | M the direction of Mr. %  }'" lay a nura• I Jewish melodies and popular' Tickets may be bought from anv : %  or the api • Mr-. >[ M I M>Malvina W SISTERHOOD NEWS A meeting of the executive Board *M held at the home of the president, I Mrs. B H. London it which manv Plans for the Sisterhood were discusi sed, foUowed by a social hour. BRIDGE PARTY The SUp-rhood will conduct a bridge party next Monday afternoon at 2 :00 p. m.. at the Shoreham Hotel Adioua—Will be seeing yo'all on the "Biscayne" May 1. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN BIOGRAPHY Vice-President of Y. M. H. A. Milt was born March 81, 1914, Bronx, N. Y.. came to Miami 1020, was honor student at l#iami senior high school for three years. Baas in stata champion high school glee club. Charter KOSHER ZI0N 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 uimimiiiiiiiiiiiiimmtiiiHiiiiiiiihiiimiiiiiiimiHiiimiiiiiiHr FLORIDA NEEDS ••1111111111111111111111111111 mti'.i iiiinn FRIENDS IN WASHINGTONMEAN FRIENDS FOR YOU. RUSSELL F. HAND j TO THE Board Of Public Instruction NATIONAL AIR MAIL WEEK MAY ,5. 2ti l938 VOTE FOR D. STUART GILLIS CANDIDATE Do You Own Your Home? There ntvtr wai a better time than now to build one Group One The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makee It Poealble DISTRICT TWO For an Efficient, Businesslike Administration of our Public School System. (Paid Political Adv.) %  HUMiiiiHiiiiMwnmiiuiiiuiiirmiimiiiiHiuimiiitiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiia 5 = Elect Him To the U. S. SENATE "HE NEVER LET FLORIDA DOWN" (I'd. Political Adv.) """"" i sstssaasaasaasssjaasasi PROVEN ABILITY VOTE FOR HENRY H. FILER FOR CONGRESS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Political Ad Paid for by Friends of Henry II. Fi! !er •milllMIHMIlMIIUIHlJtlMIIIIIIUIII Give me s call and I will gladly help you to set the beat possible Informst.on as to Ita plan. H. SIMONS Cara Ackerman Int. Agency 1015 Seyboid Bldg. Phont 2-3151 As Major of Miami and friend | of the New Deal, Rob Williams I has fries** in Washington. I %  "*> how to approach the Tarioas Federal Agencies. His record proves be baa no "Rig Ruslness" Boaaea—will work for the people. Independent, fearless. Vote for ROBERT R. !(BOB) WILLIAMS I FOR CONGRESS ""*~^*Ti !" "nllllllilllllimillMiBssjssasss| ...... .... 11 i*lllV4f


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    ^" V FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938 B'NAI B'RITH THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE PIVE 9 BRIEFS By E. ALBERT PALLOT Jack Abbot, of the Mother's Day Ahbottt, proudly presents the most outstanding mother, Berthn B. Levy in "Mothers of Today." Co-starred with Mother Levy and Mother Abbott refused to disclose the plot of Natalie Davis, Ida Optner (of the Welfare Bureau OptuerB) Nettie Halpert, Dorothy Werblow, Bert Friedman, Tillie Katz, Gertrude Caven, Juliette Stone. Ann Caven, Nettie ISulbin, Jennie Zcititz, Ann I'astroff, Ettio Stone and an outstanding cast of 1,000 spectators. When interviewed today both Mothers Levy and Abliult refuse dto disclose the plot of this outstanding play. Both stated I hat this play will be the most sensational hit of the current season. Our star, Bertha Levy, who is so well known for her sweetness churni, beauty and artistic ability, is very ably supported by the most beautiful feminine creations. (Sod bless them. The scenery properties and play are all spanking new and we can look forward to the highest type of entertainment. Mothers of Today will be presented Sunday evening. May 8, 11K18 at 8 :00 p. m., at Temple Israel. No admission, no minimum, no cover charge. Come prepared to spend a delightful evening. B'nai B'rith cordially invites you. SAM BLANK Chairman of (he local B'nai B'rith Refugee Committee Brother President Stone, munages to maintain the interest of all the brothers. IIK fireside chats around the table at Walgreens certainly rekindle the enthusiasm. Swell system Prcs., everyone needs a good talking too occasionally. That degree team has finally taken form. The cast is a* follows: President, Dr. Frank Coret; Monitor, E. Albert Pallot; .assistant Monitor, Isodore Zuckernuk; Vice-President. Sidney L. Segall; Warden, Milton A. Friedman. Watch this team go to town. The A. Z. A., Junior B'nai B'rith is now meeting at the Y. M. II. A. on Monday evening. Jack Abbott pleaae note, these boys are anxious to help on our Mothers Day program. How's about it? Melrin Weinkle is president of this splendid group of young boys. Our Anti-Defamation Committee have really been working hard. The amount of time that Brother Shochet and his committee devotes to this work is inconceivable. A tremendous job is being handled most efficiently and effectively by this committee. The Brothers are all excited about the coming District Convention. It is the first time that Florida has been honored with the privilege of being host to the District. The convention will be held in Orlando. May 20 and 30. Outstanding Ben Briths will attend from Baltimore, South. Each lodge's representation is based on the number of paid tip members On its rolls. Pay your dues immediately so that we may send a large delegation. The larger the delegation the better opportunity of electing District officers from among our Sholem Brothers. We arc pulling for Ike Levin for second Vice-President and Elry Stone as State Committcemau. TAMPA NOTES (Continued From Page Ten) a short visit to Miami. The Tampa Chapter plans a deepsea fishing trip to be held in the near future. The party will leave from Candy bridge and will be gone the whole day. The entire club is planning a trip to St. Petersburg to hold services in one of their synagogues. Rabbi Adolph Burger will accompany the boys. POLITICAL John J. Lindsey, member of the Legislature in Group 2. is a candidate for re-election to the office he held with distinction for the past two years. First a candidate for the office four years ago he made such a splendid race though a newcomer in the political field that two years ago he was elected to the Legislature without opposition. While in the Legislature he was active in legislation to protect the Interests of Hade County and soon became known as one of the most influential members of the Legislature. Because of his devotion to the interests of the people, his knowledge and experieni'c, and his record while in office he asks the support of all voters for re-eleetion. Court, Dining his term in the Court of Crimea Judge Allen has shown marked ability and real judicial fairness and wisdom in tlie many eases Coming before him. On his record as a servant of the people he asks reelection to the office he now holds for a full term. Van B. lilanton. president of the Dade County School Board and member for the past four years has servVOTE FOR Judge Wayne Allen for a number of years assistant County Solicitor under Solicitor Fred Pine and then under Bob Taylor, was appointed several years ago Judge of the Oourl of Crimes to succeed Judge Ben Willard who was chosen to the Criminal Baseball practice is continuing every Sunday morning on Washington Field. The team is getting some good practice and with the help of Sol Kotler. is developing into a first class ball club. The bowling tournament has been started and teams are being picked. They have been practicing Tuesday nights after the meeting on the Y. SI. II. A. bowling alleys. The ping-pong tournament has been completed and Lester Leibovitz declared winner as a result of his recent win over Sol Aronovitz. Anoth; er tournament is being drawn up and games will be started shortly. JOHN J. LINDSEY Candidate for Re-election STATE LEGISLATURE Group Two SUBJECT TO • DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES Paid Political Ad. rrr~-~r-~r" — w H^^^^^^^k I %  i flj IP*-;,. VJ\ m Ui m W&JA H ^BH U. S. SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER HAS MADE GOOD RETURN HIM FOR A FULL TERM (Pd. Political Adv. ed in the Florida Legislature from Sladison County and was a member of the Educational Committee during his service. He has served on the Hoard of School Trustees in District .'{ for six years, four of which he served as president. He has beeu known as an able ami interested patron of the schools, having nine children who attended and now attend the public schools. During his term In office lie has reorganized the busine-s end of the system and saved the taxpayers thousands of dollars. He asks for re-election as a member of the Dade County School Board on his record of service to the people and his accomplish!! ts while in office. Y. M. H. A. NOTES (Continued From Page Four) tion. the "Y's" own Boy Scout Troop No. ft perfected their routine for the drill competition to he held Thursday night. April 28th. at the Sliami Ball I'ark. Northwest Sixteenth Avenue and Third Street. "Strut your stuff boys—be proud 1 —comes in staccato commands from a stocky, fair-haired man in his early forties, of rather short Stature who is responsible for the remarkable proficiency of our boys. Our physical supervisor, Captain Bcrgida. As a palling shot to the parents of our V boys. Captain Bergida wants to send tliis message—"Try to understand your boy, lie is now on the verge of manhood and what you do for and to him will stay with him all his days and hi' transmitted to future generations. Carry on our work at home with him. tell him as wedo, Hold your head up—stint your stuff —Be proud'." Good work Captain—carry on—we will "Be Proud!" mondball team. Pitchers, Abe Winer, and Stanley Weinkle, catcher, Harry Golden, first base, Nat Blumberg, second base Frank Rose, third baso Bernie Frank, shortstop Ralph Grossman, short-field Al Kcisman and Izzy Slayerowit/.. leftfield Davis Luckawitz, eentiifield Leo Lipowsky. right field Normy Thaler, Sam Tendrich and Abe ISerkowitz. We know that the "V" is going to have the best looking team on the fihl. now for the looking team on the field, now for the SIRS. ANNA BRKNNKR MANKES TO ADDRESS JUNIOR V Jf. H. A. Mis. Anna Brenner Siankes, prominent Sliami attorney and more recently a delegate to the World Zionist convention held last year in Zurich, Switzerland, will speak to the members and friends of the Junior "Y" at tin' regular Slonilay meeting. Everyone is cordially invited. Time is 0:00 p. m. Come to the Y. M. II. A. Bazaar Slay IB, Plans have been made by the Junior Y. SI. II. A., to sponsor a dance to be held Sunday Slay JO. Slusic will i be furnished by Sherwood Lcvine. Sliss Ethel Pont is chairman and promises more complete details for next week's edition. Come to the Y. SI. II. A. Bazaar Slay 1.1. .MANAGER BARNEY WEINKLE SELECTS TEAM At the conclusion of last Sunday's practice session Manager Dr. Barney Weinkle selected the following players to represent the Y. M. H. A. diaDid you know that the Senior and Junior Hadasaah Convention held in Sliami last week was the most sucCessful ever held here? Come to the Y. SI. H. A. Bazaar Slay IB. The Y. SI. H. A. is sponsoring a chartered bus to Key West on Slonilay. July 4th, leaving Sliami at 0:00 a. in. Plans include having a picnic lunch at Key West, spending nbout four hours there and then returning to the "Y" club rooms for dancing and refreshments. The cost of the trip will bo fivo dollars. Reservations must be mado at once, as only a limited number of seats are available. Notify the secretary. IT'S NEW IT'S EXCLUSIVE To assure our customers of the very finest sour cream and cottage cheese, we are now sealing our jars with the Standard Hood Seal which will guarantee you receiving our products in the same fresh and wholesome condition a9 they are made in our sanitary plant. Be sure your sour cream and cottage cheese has this protection. This added service at your Grocer's or delivered to your home at no extra charge.. LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES Alton Road at First Street PHONE 5-5537 >



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    PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN r CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) MAX 1029 N. Offics Home SHAPIRO. Rabbi W. 1st Street Phone 2-1473 Phone 2-217* LOUIS HAYVAN, Exec. Sec. 149 N. W. 5th Street Phone 2-5574 NOTABLES AT • BNAI B'RITH CONVENTION NEXT WEEK We many OUR APPRECIATION extend our gratitude to the worshippera who attended out serviws the lasl da; of Passover, for their splendid response to our appeal toward tin* maintenai of our religions institution. Cloae to five hnn,1ml dollars was pledged and paid by the members and Wends of Beth David. In addition to tinamount raised, we were delighted to not,, the ittitude of many prospective members toward our congregation. BETH DAVID ANNUAL PICNIC We reiterate that our annual picnic will be held :ii the Las "las Casino, Fort Lauderdale Sunday, May 22nd. Mr. Stanley C. Myers will !" %  in charge of arrangements. W'' express our thanks to Mr. Myers for hi* kind conseflt, year after year, to take over ill,' entire preparation of games and sports I'mHo, picnic. Mrs. -T. Bngler ill be in charge "f refreshments and general arrangements. Mrs. Bngler will be assisted by members of the Beth David Sisterh 1. Our appreciation t" Mrs. Bngler. BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD Thin' is no (Icnilit thai without the able assistance of the Beth David Sisterhood, it would have bean imp issible to continue the constructive religious work of our institution At the monthly meeting of our Sisterhood, election of officers took place We extend congratulations to MM. Harry Oliphant. president; Mrs. Isidor Cohen, first vice-president; Mrs. J. Bugler, second vice-president: the other officers and members of th<" board of directors who are the newly elected officers. May the Almighty ve you strength and character to work "unitedly"' for the cause of our ; eople. To Mrs. Bol Rotfort, re'irinj president and her outgoing officers, uccepl the gratitude of nil member* and friends, particularly the platitude of our hundreds of chl dren, your splendid i Deration and work, the pasl two years in prividitig md religions training t" them OUR siNDAV SCHOOIi We are delighted at the fine atten dance at our Sunday School classes. We trust thai our children wil tinue i ie regularly and punctually until the closing exercises Bunday, Maj 29. Final examination's will take place Sunday morning, May 1". Children are urged to bring t'nii work up-to-date if they desire to bi advanced. Parents, please be cognlsnnt of tinreligious work accomplished by your children, LI-ZAECHER-OLOM The following "Yanneiten" (anniversaries ol deceased) were observed this month of Sisan and will be observed In the month of Iyar. Moshe Maer ben Bhmuel, father of Mrs. J. Bngler, 8rd Nissan, April 4. Naphtall Herta ben Tisroel husband of Anna Greenfield, fith of Nissan. April 7. Gitel Leah has Avrohom, mother of Louil Mushnwk. Tth Nissan. April 8.1 Bbloma Aron ben Shmuel Elijohu Halevi, father of ('has. Leviston, 9th! of Nissan. April 10. Baela has Mose Chaim. mother of Uta.fi. Bngler. !>tli Nisan, April 10. Borah has Dovid, mother <>f Mrs. Jean Beitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas, 15th Nissan, April 16. Shloms ben Znev, father of Joe Markowilz. 17th Nissan. April 18. Fruina Brocha has Yaacov. mother of Mose Rippa, -1st Nissan, April 2 J. SSolmen loel ben xehunda Holevl, father of Joe Weintraub, 22nd Nissan. April 23. Soreh Rochel baa Xisroel, motlnr of Meyer Bchwarts, 28rd Nissan, April 2*. Basyoh has Chaim Hirsh, mother of Lillian Stine, 23rd Nissan, April 24. i ga Chaya has Nocanm, mother of Lawrence Sapero, 84th Nissan. April 1'.".. Mendel Yosel ben Gershon, brother of Mrs. Meyer Bchwarts, 24th Nissan. April 25. Mayer xosef ben Avrohom, father of Isidore Brown, 26th Nissan, April 27. Yisiuii Moshe ben Dovid, father of Win. Perlman, 28th Nisan, April 29. Zobel Kaler, father of Morris Kalcr, lili lyar. May 5. Basyoh Chayoh has Xitschok Hirsh, mother of Ida Jackson, 5th Iyar, May B. Miriam Raeca bas Oser Hirsh mother of Mrs. II. Rayvis, 5th Iyar/ May ti. FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1938 0RAYN00 "OUR LIGHT" BV DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM^ EOtADEira V,!!.', !,. 1,0,,RISASK01, ..--r,v 1012 HARWELL STRBBT j SPEAKER BANKHEAD Mindel has Mordechai, mother Koerner, (ith lyar. May 7. nf I. Farvi-1 hen Zolmen, father Koerner, ltlth lyar, May 11. of I. Yechekel ben Yehuda, father of I. Rosengarten, 11th Iyar. May 12. Basyoh bus Yaacov, mother of Isidore Brown. 1 Ith Iyar, May 15. Titschok Laeb ben Moshe, father of Mrs. Philip Segall, 15th Iyar. May Hi. Shloma ben Avrohom. father of Mrs. S. .1. Pallot, 18th Iyar. May 19. Tziviah has Don. mother of Nat Until.. 18th Iyar, May 19. Vi.n ben laser, husband of Mrs. J. Behrmann, 18th Iyar, May 19, Zaev Volf ben Shmuel. father of Herman Rubin. 28rd Iyar, May 24. Moshe Shmuel ben Bholom Zavel, father of Mrs. Max Bhapiro, 23rd Iyar. May 24. "May their souls be bound up in the bond of Eternal Life." PLEASE NOTE "Yahrzi iii'ii" are observed from the evening before English date mentioned to sunset "i danmenti I. •Yahrzi'ii" candles are lit the evening before. BNAI BRITH CONVENTION Due to the unfortunate illness of President Barney Cohen, local lodge 1068 is being conducted by Vice-Pros ident Nathan Herman. All commit tees have been working very hard arranging the Southern District cnvnrJon to be held in Orlando on May 20 and SO. JUNIOR LEAGUE PLA* The following caal has been selected for the Junior League play "Herring," William. Leiberman, Pat Nadler, Belle Nnbin. Orwin Leiberman, Rita Heller, Ansel Wittensteln, Zelda Barman, Phil Opper and Morris Haimowiti. The play is being coached by Mrs. Bachel Bkop and will be presented bef,.,-,. the B'nal Brith eonvention_on Sunday, May 29. TOUR OP CENTRAL FLORIDA Mr. L. S. Prailkel and Rabbi Skop made a tour of Central Florida Jn thr Interests of the United Jewish Appeal, covering Bartow, Haines City, Winter Haven, Lakeland, Leesburg. Clermont and Mt. Dora. The Jewish community of Lakeland invited the Rabbi to conduct the final portion of their campaign on April 29. The Orlando Campaign went over the top with its goal of two thousand dollars. There was an excellent response from the various churches In Orlando. RABBI AT THE UNIVERSITY. OF FLORIDA Recently Rabbi Bkop accompanied by Rabbi Adolf Burger of Tampa visited the Jewish students at the University of Florida. Thc.RabRe-Elect a Proven Friend of all the People Look at His Record his planned a program of Jewish student work to be submitted to the Southern District B'nal B'rlth Convention in May. The Rabbiwere the guests of the Tan Bpsllon Phi Fraternity House. They were atao Invited to hear Louis Untermcyer, famous contemporary poet, who ipoke at the .University. A special Passover supper was arranged for the Rabbis by the boys at the hoi Mr. and Mrs. Maio. FLORIDA RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION Continuing the work mapped out at the recent Florida, Rabbinical Association Convention held in Miami, letters have been mailed to all officers of Florida congregations to ifflHate themselves with the Florida Association. To map out planfor the nexl convention to be held in Orlando after Buccoth, Rabbis Adolf I of Tampa and Israel Klelnfeld of Daytona Beach Blended a comi i iting ai the holmof Rabbi Morris A. Skop where they were the for Chal Hamoed. Barney .1. Cohen, president of the Orlando B'nal B'rlth Lodge is now convalescing at his home following n long illness. He was patient at the Oakland Park Hospital in Fort Pierce for one week, and at the Orange General Hospital in Orlando for another week. He expresses his deep appreciation to his many friends for the flowers, cards and wishes, seal him. RE-ELECT ALFRED M. COHEN YEA* fa 11 CALENDAR iiiMiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiituiniMiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitnim For the Betterment! Of Dade County Schools Km a copy of this calendar write to H. J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. LEGAL NOTICE IN COCNTY JUDGE'S CO CRT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 8871 RE* ESTATE OF BORIS BOHLACHMAN, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of Boris Schlnchman. deCeased : and that on the 23 day of May. 1988. I will apply to thr Honorable \V. P. Wanton. County Judge of Dade County. Florida for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of Boris Bchlachman, deceased. This 28th day of April, 1938. I. L. MINTZER E ALBERT PALLOT, Attorney for Administrator. Candidate for Re-Election GEORGE E. HOLT REPRESENTATIVE Group One (Paid Political Advertisement) H. EARNEST OVERSTREET Member Of House Of Representatives Group 3 (Paid Political Adv.) %  lillilimiiMiimiiiniimiimi loiiiimimiiiiiimmitiiHin Re-Elect VANE. BLANTON to the Board of Public Instruction District No. 1 (Paid Political Adv.) -lllnilUMIIimillllllllUtlllNIIMIIIIIIIIIIUlllHUIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllll ELECT WAYNE ALLEN AS JUDGE COURT OF CRIMES DADE COUNTY, FLORDOAJ Candidate for a second term Subject to the Democratic Primary, May 3 1938. (Paid Political Adv.) S\ L



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    yfittlAX, JkT&LL. 40, 1VOO POLITICAL BRIEFS Closing the campaign for the first primary, Claude Pepper, V. 8. Senator from Florida, who is a candidate for re-election for a full term has stressed the splendid esteem he is held in by his colleagues In the Senate; his support of the policies of President Roosevelt in an effort to aid all the people of the United States to overcome economic depressions; to prevent discriminatory legislation against the growers of South Florida and similar activities for the benefit of Florida. Though only thirty-eight years old, he has taught law, served in the Florida Legislature, on the State Board of Public Welfare, Florida State Board of Law Examiners, of the State Democratic Executive Committee and similar public offices, always with distinction. In asking for his return to the Senate he urges that the voters consider his record while in office and promises if reelected to continue his battle for the people. As one who has been one of the "common folks" all of the time, Robert R. Williams, now Mayor of Miami is a candidate for Congress from the Fourth District. Mr. Williams is appealing for the suffrage of the voters of the area on his promise of support for the policies of President Roosevelt. He has served as Justice of the Peace in Miami with distinction, and for the past two years has been Mayor of Miami with n record of fighting for improvements in the public parks system, better and more streets and hospitals. He has fought the "special interests" and charges that the present recall movement and indictments are the result of his active battle against the public utility interests in the rate reduotion fight. He asks for election to Congress on his record in public office. Senator Truman G. Futch who has had a long and honorable career in the State Senate and in public office is now asking to be sent to the Supreme Court of Florida in Group 2. He points to his record in office, his recognized ability as a lawyer and his knowledge of the needs and wants of the people as reason for his election. He promises a revamping of the rules of court so that the interests of the people may be served speedily and justly, in keeping with the requirements of today rather than that of the archaic vague proceedings of the past. He asks the consideration of all the people in casting their vote for this imi>ortant office. "One Good TERM Deserves Another" RE-ELECT W. D. "BILL" JOYCE Purchasing Agent DADE COUNTY Subject to Democratic Primary May, 10S8 (Paid Political Adv.) J. Frita Gordon, candidate for the State Legislature from Group 1, has made announcement of a matter of particular interest to the Jewish citizens of Dade County. Mr. Gordon pledges, if elected to the Legislature to advocate the passage of an Act making it a criminal offense to distribute literature prejudicial to any religious group of persons. The proposed Act will be modeled after similar anti-Nati legislation in New York, Illinois and other states. Mr. Gordon, a prominent Miami attorney, was former Assistant County Solicitor. His platform includes, among other important matters, a promise to provide Dade County jobs for Dade County people. standing speaker, able parliamentarian and one whose opinion was respected by his fellow Legislators. He fought a battle for a more equitable distribution of the gas tax so that Dade County would receive a greater proportion of the tax that it pays, and proposed to continue this fight in the next Legislature if he is reelected. He is a member of the law faculty of the University of Miami and is a graduate of Vanderbilt University Law School. On his record in office he asks for a return to the Legislature. Frank O. Pruitt, prominent insurance broker, former Mayor of Miami Shores, Chairman of the Dade County Budget Commission, and active in the welfare, fraternal and civic life of this area is a candidate for the office of County Commissioner from District 2. A World War veteran, graduate of Georgia Tech, he has acquired a keen insight into the problems of Dade Coucty affairs as Chairman of the Dade County Budget Commission which more than equips him to cope with the duties of the office he now seeks. He asks for the votes of Dade County citizenry on his record in public life and his admitted ability. As President of the Dnde County School Board for a long time, as head of the State Educational Association, ns leader in the battle for a full school term in Florida schools and n definite living wage for all teachers of Florida, Henry H. Filer has become well known to Florida voters. He is now o candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congressional District for the vacancy left by Congressman Wilcox. Mr. Filer pledges if elected to fight for legislation to protect the growers of this area agninst unfair tariffs and 1o otherwise work for legislation in the interests of the genernl people and those of Florida in particular. With a splendid record in the last Legislature in which he served his first term, George Edward Holt is asking for a return to the Legislature in Group 1. As a member of the last Legislature he championed the interests of Dade County and established a record in a short time as an outJUSTICE OF THI Declaring that Florida needed a man of sound business and governmental experience, Dave Sholtz this week vigorously continued his campaign for nomination to the United States Senate. The former Governor said that as Senator he would work industriously for more federal money for road improvement, for more payrolls in Florida, for new developments andVor less governmental interference with private enterprise. He declared that he could not guarantee enumeration for losses sustained by the citrus growers from the Mediterranean fruit fly but pledged he would do everything in his power to repay the growers. far greater than those of any other section of the State. This Commission regulates public utilities, railroads, etc. With his recognised ability and his knowledge of affairs the friends of Mr. Kehoe lay stress on his need on the commission and urge local voters to give him their support. Living in Miami for more than fourteen yen is after I Splendid record as States Attorney in lVnsucola. as Congressman from that area, Walter Kehoe who has practiced law here since his arrival in Miami is now a candidate for the Florida Railroad Commission in Group 2. Knowing this section and its needs he points to the fact that this area has never had n representative on this important commission though its interests are George A. Worley, a long-time resident of this area, with a splendid record of service in public office is a candidate for re-election to the office of States Attorney for Dade County. Mr. Worley served during the World War in the Aviation corps, has been deputy clerk in the office of the Clerk of the Criminal Court, and served as assistant County Solicitor under former Solicitor Pine and Solicitor McCaskill, where he established a record as a fearless and impartial prosecutor. Ho was named States Attorney in 1935 and has served in the office ever since. During his term lie has never hesitated to perform his duty in the interests of the public. He asks a return to the office solely on his record as demonstrated while in office. %  %  "! %  %  %  %  %  */ %  %  OT> his grasp of public affairs and his fitness for the office he now seeks. If elected, Senator GiUis promises to introduce changes in the conduct of the Court which will insure speedy and unbiased judghient in all matters coming before the Court. Senator Stuart D. Gillis who is a candidate for the Supreme Court in Group 1 points to his service as mayor of his home town, ns a member of the State Legislature for more than twenty years, the last several years as president of the State Senate as an indication of his ability, his fairness, Russel F. Hand, secretary anil past master of Biscayne Bay Lodge of the Masonic Order, now serving his 4th term as a member of the Board of School Trustees in Dade County, president of the Association of School Trustees and active in the fraternal, insurance and civic life of this community, is a candidate for the Board of Public Instruction in District 2 to succeed Mr. Combs who is voluntarily retiring because of ill health. Mr. Hand in asking for the support of Dade County voters points to his record in every office he has held, to the fact that his own children attend public schools, his residence in this area for thirty-eight years as showing that he posseses the necessary qaulificatft>ns for the office he now seeks. iiiiiiiliuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiHiiimliii YOUR CANDIDATE for CONGRESS J. F. (FRITZ) GORDON YOUR CANDIDATE —for— STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP ONE SUPREME COURT Democratic Primary, /938 T.nty-K.. A


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    • .*?n ^^^^H ...... BstillllMH i BULLETIN TEMPLE ISRAEL of MIAMI 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. 6996 AlbacorDrive—6-1265 MIAMI BEACH RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 530 N. E. 31st St.—2-SMS MIAMI Either or both of the Rabbit will be In the Temple every morning. Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. FRIDAY NIQHT — MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS — PAY NO VISITSGIVE NO PARTIES — GO TO TEMPLE CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HiUel. Services will be held at the Temple Friday evening. April 2thh. 1JWS at 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the weekly Rihlie.nl portion in his sermon entitled : "An OU Code f"r a New Age." RELIGIOUS SCHOOL "Even the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem is not as important as the instruction of children." At the Sunday morning assembly, conducted hy Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman. the birthdays of Allan Cohen. Normn Teller, Rernadine Roth and Norman Rossmnn were celebrated. Messages to the children were given by Mrs. Max Dobrin. our principal, and Mr. Lester Stein. LIBRARY ROOKS Israel Sisterhood will be formally installed at a luncheon to be given at Loo!* 1 Patio Grill. 7.11 Lincoln Road. Miami Beaib. Mrs Tobias Simon will be the installing officer, who will Introduce the following to their new tasks and duties, i President: Mrs. Milton Travers: First Vice-President. Mrs. Adolpfa v7erthelmer; Second Vice-President, Mrs. Maxwell 1>. Bertocb; Treasurer. Mrs. Harry Serins; Recording Secretary. Mr*. Henry D. Williams; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Harry Rubin : Financial Secretary, Mrs. Morris Plant: Auditor, Mrs. Frank Perlman. A report on Religious School activities will be given by Mrs. Morris Plant. The tonstuiistress will be Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. The chairman of the luncheon. Mrs. Adolph Werthei/ Our Librarian. Miss Miriam Stein. Djer. will be assisted by the following announces that this coming Sunday | committee: Mrs. ,1. A. Richter, Mrs. morning. May 1st. 1888. will be the Mendel Cronier. Mrs. Max Orovits, last day for returning library hooks Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Larry SaRooks brought in nfter this Sunday, pero and Mrs. Isaac Levin, which is the official closing day of j Reservations at the price of $1.00 our library, will carry with them a pet peri in, may be made through the fine of 50c. Farents are. therefore, chairman, or at the Temple office. urg>-d to remind their children to return all library books taken out durGENERAL ing the vear. Regular meeting of the Board of TEXT ROOKS Directors of Temple Israel will take Mrs. Harry Nevina, treasurer of place on Tuesday evening. May 3rd. Sisterhood, lias called to the atAll the members of the Board are of the School Hoard the fact urged to attend, that many of the children in our Re-i Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are ligioua School have not as yet paid in Gainesville, Florida, where Dr. I their text iHK.ks. Knowing that Kaplan iparticipating in a short lironi of cooperating with u in our work, we appeal to them to give this, small, yet important matter their immediate attention. Mr-. Gordon Davis, ReliglousSehool etary, will supply you with any information in regard to the price of the text books, and will help you straighten out the text book accounts. SISTERHOOD A Woman that feareth the .I Naxi activities and points to the fact that while a member of the last Legislature he Openly championed a bill at the request "f the 1'"> B'rith which would outlaw nil propaganda against any people because of race or creed. He sake for re-election on his record i" public and private life. Asking for reflection to the office of County Purchasing Agent for Dade County. Wm. D. (Rill > -Toyce urges the voters to carefully check his record for the past two years so that the) may find that this office has bean idministered in the most economical and efficient manner since it was established. He points to the fact thai he has purchased from local merchants wherever possible, that he has kept every promise made in the last election, and to the fact that his administration has saved the county thousands of dollars as the reosons for his re-election. gardiess of occupation. "In this way" %  ays he, "I learn of the problems and needs of the average men and women of the state." Truman G. Futch. candidate for .lusticof the Supreme Court of Florida, concludes his campaign nfter having personally contacted thousands of the citizens i,f the State. "I regret." said Futch. "that I have not been able to see all of my fellow citizens in person and talk with them but the great distances involved in making a state-wide campaign makes such an accomplishment impossible." Futch in making his campaign says he has made it a rule to contact just as many of the citizens as possible reOENTIST gS: g: 9 W.LLVA R M S SON DR. H. L. ANDERSON CLOSED SATURDAY Open Evenings by Appointment Ph 2-2131 1764 N. W. Sth St. )l'M SO | NERVOUS I COULD |SCREAM [YOU HAVCNT USED THAT NERVINE I BOUGHT V00' %SGIJST BROsliYr if* tM the BEST.' TOH. M I L E S ^pstoRe/o* •tense Nerves Do you feel tense and keyedupT Do the care of the home and children, the obligation of social or community life, the worry of f"~— "get on your nerves"? "NERVES" May spell the difference between happiness and misery tor you and your family. If you are Nervous, Sleepless, Irritable. Restless, it may be due to an overwrought nervous condition. If ao, you will find Dr. Miles Nervine a real help. 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    !> % %  mniti FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE NINE CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY AflCOR DION INSTRUCTION ACCOROIONS furn. to beginners;— ,,ot necessary to buy accordion to .tart I guarantee beginners to play i, my band In 10 weeks. Accordions .sale J35-00 and up. Erdell Mutchtor. 102 S. W. 7th St. AWNINGS WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND PARTIES—Canopies. Tents. Tables, -hairs Umbrellas rented In all occasions LET US estimate your awning r ,"rements. Highest quality materpert workmanship, wide range r iK-Blens and colors. Blscayne Tent i X Co" Main office 215 S. W. :% A M iCne 3-6248. Beach 441 W. Jlst str eet. Phone 5-3719. AWT7INQS "that fit and satisfy"— A CanopE? Tarpaulins Venetian B ,,„ d ,_ Folding Chairs for rent EsSuM 1914-Thoma* Awning Co..o.-.in N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2560. BUILDERS I,. E. EDWARDS, Contractor Builder of Momlngside l.EKOY 8. EDWARDS, Manager 6812 Hisrnync Blvd. Phone 7-2100 In Miami Since 18 "Let's Build a Home" C< iNSULT me If OM^.KBr'TSSI "'"jESSE E. MARCOUX 23T5 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 4-1428 BUILDING MATERIA L E. J. WARNER & COMPANY Lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile Pressedwood Shingle." Hoofing Guilders Hardware Dupont Duco Paints __ ._. Everything in Building Material 8128 N. E. 2ud Ave. Phones Z-1TWJ BUSINESS COLLEGES COMPLETE Stenographic """"'f ^onal-AsSti^rrc-eoite^Cr'" er M a AM S rB < US.NE S S„CO V UEGE i Phone 2-3801 111 S. Miami Ave. FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Nationally accredited, s'ocial rates. Finest equlpj.ecschoo, in South. Southern Business Ujlveriity entire 15th floor. Security Bldg. Ph. 2-2320. CEMETERY SERVICE E LECTRIC CONTRACTORS Repairs Contracts Alterations LYON ELECTRIC CO. The Oldest Established Electrical Contractor! at Miami Beach Photic 6-2444 Rite Service 2-0744 HEALTH CLINIC Established Since 1!14 BISCAVNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Electrical Wiring—Any Size Job Repairing Anything Electrical Residential and Commercial 815 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-128S FISH MARKET BAKER FISH COMPANY Always the BEST Wholesale and Retail Rtstuurants and Hotels Supplied CITY CURB MARKET ."501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-0534 DR. PIERCE WILL SOLVE YOUR HEALTH PROBLEMS Headaches, many other ache's, and pains immediately relieved by a drugless technique which Is positive, soothing and effective in restoring health. Dial phone 2-7186 for an appointment for FREE consultation. DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE ORTHO-ANATOMIST CHIROPRACTOR Graduate P. S. C. Our New Location 47 N. VV. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St. PAINTING DECORATING Ph. L. S. Townsend 2-6803 1866 S. W. Third Street LICENSED—INSURED—RELIABLE fainting. Decorating, Waterproofing "PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS'' Furniture sprayed at your home Dries while you wait, ready to use. Watch for this uniaue paint shop. DeLuxe Furniture Re-finishing Shop. 243 S. W 6th St.— Phone 3-2440. PEST EXTERMINATING LANDSCAPING SOILS FLOOR FINISHING PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard, Muck, Marl or Mixed ; Cow Manure 3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami Phone 4-4804, Agent will call. REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS WE MAINTAIN n complete shop in which practically any make refrigerator can be efficiently repaired at n fair price. A crew of trained mechanics on duty day and night. Our service cars carry everything needed for ordinary and emergency calls.. Ventilation and Refrigeration Semico Co. Phone at 3 3272 or 8 2453 ROOFING HATHAWAY ROOFING CO. 2234 N. W. 17th Ave Phone 2-660S r.nrice or small Jobs. Work guaranteed. WE GUARANTEE To Exterminate Roaches, Rate, Mice, Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites. A Confidential Service—Kates Always Reasonable. No Charge for Inspection or Estimates MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. 824 First St., Miami Beach, Ph. 5 1353 RUG CLEANING PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL SANDING and Refinlshlng Floors Waxing and Sanding Better Floors—Better Service Deferred Payments If desired. Tel. 7-3122 W. F. Payne, Jr. PAYNE BROS. — 413 N. E. 89th ST LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn dressing. MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO. :'T 11 N. \\\ 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611— 3-8612 FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-6353— 2-41847. Beach Phone 5-2961 — 607 Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th Avenue. Phone 2-3105.—Finest Assortment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WIRED ANYWHERE FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea. Hibiscus, begonia, nines, crotons, Beloperone. Many not listed. 10c up. Best grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock soil 11.25 yd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871. (Ishorne Nursery. 299_6 N. W. 57 th St. MARBLE. Granite and Bronze > rk : i ,s Mausolems. cemetery work of nil description. 1861 N. W. 10th Ave. KI'I.L. Ph. 2-1S96. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DRAFTING SERVICE BSTSJUSH PLANS, Etc.. reasonable rates, vnrk guaranteed. ___. W. PAIL MEREDITH Construction Engineer. Room MO, 7087U N. E. 2nd Ave., Phone 7-47.: i. DETECTIVE BUREAU C< >NFTDENTIAL Investigations—We check your clerks, employees, AM Irregularities. Extortion and HiacK Mail plots eliminated. Full dress operatives. Protect parties and Society functions. _..i. Dictooraoh and Motion picture Service Dependable Service Strict ***** Member Miami Chamber of Commerce M. F.SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU 849 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203 Nights and Holidays 4-2287 DRESS MAKING WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN9 Design Dresses to your satisfaction. Let us solve your dressmak ng proDlems. Prloes Reasonable. Alterations and repairs. .__ HELEN LEE SHOP 2767 S. W. %  %  *v Phone < %  -' DRAPERIES Men"en3hop BETTER DRAPERIES Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E. FURNITURE REPAIRING FURNITURE repairing and refill ishlng. Do not take chances with ferior craftsmen. Onlv the finest of work done. For a real Job can 4-1501. Estimates given ree Visgon Co.. Inc.. 4775 S. W. 8th St FURNITURE SPECIALS BED. COMPLETE with good mattress, $7; steel cots with pad $3.1 o ; dav bed complete. $0; metal rahincts, porcelain top tables, cheap I unfinished furniture, chairs. 75c up : drojilcnf table*, $4 ; chest of drawers, $.1.45 "PI tables, $1 up: baby beds with mattress, $6 "P: high chairs. $2.50. Used furniture of nil kinds, living room, •lining room, bedroom sets, stoves, ovens, electric fans etc. Also new furniture at very low prices. BFENA VISTA FURN. EXCH. 3C2S N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3809 GENERAL EQUIPMENT SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Used Equipment at sacrifice prices GENERAL TRADING COMPANY 926 N. Miami Avenue GOAT MILK Clean well flavored goat milk delivered Young Kid Goats for Sale during Passover—Paschal Lamb TROPICAL GOATERY Bird and Ludlam Road. Phone 4-55-0 HAULING AND TRANSFER MOVING—PACKING—CRATING Baggage Transfer Freight Hauling. Careful handling of your household furniture. Prices Right. COLLINS TRANSPORT & TRADING CO. 8 N. W. 7th 8t P hone 2-S361 LOANS CASH AT REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES on DIAMONDS Automobiles—Listed Stocks Bond!—Personal I.oans LOANS NOT LIMITED TO J300 MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521 The Bank for the Individual TROPICAL MATTRESS CO. UPHOLSTERING. Renovating, Cushions. Pillows. Inner Spring. Box Spring. Slip Covers, telephone 4-2214 1-day service. 2232 W. Flagler BOARDING — Rathing. — Groom plucking. Modem Boarding Ken. nels. Dr. Major Schofield, 211 N. E. 10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence Phone 4-1852. PICTURE FRAMING We Call for anil Deliver Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures— mass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street. Phone 2-2462. 1CTUR FRAMING Viv EXPERT WORK — Price very reasonable.—LEARY PICTURE FRAMING SHOP 1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2034—J. E. LEAKY, HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty 60 N. E. 39th Street—Tel. 2-7798 SERVICE STATIONS BAKER'S SERVICE STATION — Repairs on any mnke car. PrlceB rea. sonable. Special attention to all makes of water pumps and systems for your home.—Woco-Pep — Tlolene Oil. 1601 S. W. 32nd Ave. Phone 4-5443. SEPTIC TANKS PRECAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS Installations. Repairs. Drain Lines Clean Outs. O'NEAL SEPTIC TANK CO.—Specialist" Tel. 3-^701—4145 N. W. 22nd Ave. Night and Sunday call 3-4069. SEWING MACHINES ALL MAKES, repaired by factory expert. 11.60 UP! parts for nil machines. Used machines sold and rented. Rozarth's 8400 Blscayne Blvd.— 1'i.o-e 7-1415. SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES MISCELLANEOUS HAVE a limited number of 12-recprd amplified phonographs for sale; low prices from $40 to $75 each: these are coin Instruments, but can be used In private clubs, homes, etc. Also coin phonographs for Barbecues. Bars and Restaurants. We will give 50 records with each phonograph purchased by April 1st. Deals Automatic Music Co., 1600 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-6932. EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Business Needs the Egry System. FlntPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls HENRY E. KOPPLOW >_>:, X. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1171 MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS, for 15 years connected with (Mme. Moflhabghab) is now dsing expert alterations and dressmaking In her own home at reasonable prices. 605 S. W. 18th Ave. Phone 2-1010. STANLEY'S Bargains—Paints and Screen wire, bronze or copper, SO and 6 1-2c ft.: galv. 3 l-2c and 4c ft., Guaranteed house paint. 9oc gal. AH kinds bargains; household goods, general hard ware. We sell 'em Cheaper. 52S N. W. 62nd St. OFFICE SERVICE COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY HOSPITAL BEDS—WHEEL CHAIRS RENTAL SERVICE OXYGEN TENTS Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and Elastic Hosiery—Perfectly Fitted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. 2nd Ave.—Phone 2-1601 SOLARIUM CONVENTIONS. Weddings, PartiesCommercial Photography In all Its branches. May we serve you. night. Sundays, Holidays phone 2-0008. Postal Building, phone 2-7836. GEORGE HAMPTON MACHETT PLUMBING A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed 25 YEARS' experience: large ann small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th St. Phone 3-3932. C. J. DULBS Plumbing and Heating Contracting. Gas Piping. I-awn sprinkling systems. Repairing ana maintenance our specialty. Tel. 5-.6.>. 8 South Collins Ave., Blscayne I'laza Bldg.. Miami Bench. SPECIAL PLUMBING NEW OFFICE service for mimeographing, stencils, public stenography, bookkeeping, addressing, notary public; special rates for "social security reports and systems and for income tax papers.—211 Ixjrralne 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.,26 COMPLETEI-Y AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERMS PLASTERING PLASTERING, stucco and general repairs. Patching a specialty; esti. mates. Phone 4-3853. OPTOMETRISTS GLASSES OF DISTINCTION By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc. Eye Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-3580, Miami Beach. o o Do You Need a Licensed Plumber with 25 Years' Experience? For $1.50 Per Hour Whv Pay More? PHONES' 2-8073—3-4208 Sun and Solar Turkish Baths on Hotel Roof Special Treatments Nerve Bone and Muscle Reducing Treatments—Colonle Irrigation Personal Management MISS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST Room 317 Hjtel Seville, Coral Gables. Phone 4-4045 STORAGE FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OP CITY SPECIALIZING in personal effect*. Baggage room with free access. Bags, 50c month ; trunk $1 ; 2, $1.50 month. Personal stalls. $1.50 month and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month and up; Private rooms, $!i month and up; Larger amounts of storage, 1c in. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13 N. E. 2nd St. Phoue 2-1208 and we will pick them np. STOVE REPAIRING RADIO REPAIRS SHAN—THE RADJO MAN Best Quality Work—Reasonable Prices SHAN DESJARDINS 1328 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-1219 Open Evenings ELECTRIC RAZORS ELECTRIC SHAVER SPECIALIST Schick and Shavemaster Good Rebuilt Shavers $ 7.50 I. A. ANDRESS 131 Shoreland Arcade Phone 8-4681 SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARS—We re. build and j-eflnlsh water heaters stoves. Gas, Oil, Electric, Gasoline. Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. "If you use It—We service) it.—MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE— J. F. McMalns, Mgr., 1722 W. Flagler. Phone 2-6369. TERMITE PROOFING TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof. Safe Old or New Buildings 6 YEAR GUARANTEE Semi-Annnsl Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied Customers in South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO John Severin, Mgr. Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St. TRANSFER AND STORAGE REFRIGERATORS ORNAMENTAL IRON DECORATIVE HOTT8W NUMBERS PULLBN METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENTAL IRON SCREEN DOORS 595 N. E. 79th St. Fhone 7-i:>3r. ATTENTION—Apartment house owners and managers, realtors banks, service men and restaurants. Standard makes Refrigerators — Rangesrepossessed and factory reconditioned. $45.00 up. Refrigerators guaranteed and serviced by our own factory refrigeration engineer*. Many slr.es and styles. Frlgldalres. Mayflowers. Kelvlnators. Unlversals. Gen. Electric, etc. FORD REFRIGERATOR CO.— 257-261 West Flagler St. Phone 3-7072 1 Miami, Fla. JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY. INC. 1000 N. E. First Ave. Local and Long Distance Hauling. Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver. CRATING—PACKING—SHIPPING Fireproof Warehouses—Custom Bonded—Moth Proofing WE move you anywhere In U. H. A. Bonded and Insured carriers. Jjhone 2-71SS. Suddath Movlnc and Storage Co Office in all principal cities TREE MOVING JOHN H. WHITFIELD Nursery and Landscaping. Tree mov. Ing specialist. Best of references. 1212 V. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727.



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    'ssam^susmi PAGE TEN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, APRIL 29 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1546 S. W. 3rd Street ABRAHAM AKELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 911 & W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily: Shachrls at 8 a. m.; Mincha at 5:30 p. ia ; Maariv. 15 minutes after sunset. Sabbath services: Friday evening at 5:30 p. m ; Saturday morning at 9:30 a. m.; Saturday afternoon at 615 p. m. HABANOTH CARDS ENTERTAINMENT Sunday evening. May 1. will again ) %  • an important milestone in the eventful history of the Miami Habanoth Club. A program of play and performance has been carded and the event is scheduled for the main auditorium of the T. M. H. A., 1567 S. W. Fifth Street.. A humorous play entitled "Business is Business." is coached by Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum and those in the cast are Thelma and Barbara Berger. Rita Grossman. Madeline and Phyllis Shulman and Hope Ellen Tannenbaum. A tableau depicting the life of Ruth is under the direction of Mrs. Abraham Kellner and its participants are Eileen Alpert. Betty Rosen. Esther Kassin. Edith Shier. Edna Berger. Estclle Surkin and Ruth Rosenfeld. Mrs. Benjamin Rosen will accompany the musical numbers and heard in songs will be Phyllis Shulman and Irring Ginsburg. Rita Grossman will recite and Hope Ellen Tannenbaum will offer a declamation in honor of Mother's Pay. Of especial interest will be the personal appearance of two outstanding guest artists who graciously agreed to lend their efforts towards the success of the evening. Cantor Victor .Tacoby recently of Czechoslavakia will be heard in a recital of Jewish music and Miss Josephine Roxin a noted and talented pianist will offer several selections. Marcia Harris will be mistress of ceremonies and a brief message will be given by Rabbi Kellner. j JEWISH RADIO HOUR The weekly broadcast sponsored by tbe local Rabbinical Association will again be hoard on Station WIOD this Sunday afternoon at 3 :30 p. m. Rabbi Abraham Kellner will speak on' I MMMMMKM iimMiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii.MniiiiiimimiHiiiiin GIVE YOUR SUPPORT TO FRANK 0. PRUITT Candidate for County Commissioner District Number Two (Pd. Political Adv.) "Labor in the Light of the Torah." Cantor Nathan Wroobel will be heard in several vocal selections and Miss Josephine Roxin. a pianist of note will be heard in a piano recital. LADIES AUXILIARY At the last meeting of the Auxiliary Mrs. Louis Kotkin was named chairman of the Committee on Nominations and the report of the Committee will be brought in at the next meeting. Plans were also formulated for the forthcoming children's picnic. Tampa Notes Louis Oppenbeimer. Jr., five-yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Oppenheimer. died Thursday in the Tampa hospital of injuries received Saturday night when he was struck by an automobile on Hyde Park place near Plant Avenue. Besides his parents he is survived by a sister, Jane, and his grand-parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Oppenbeimer. Funeral services were held Saturday morning with burial in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. were served. Those present WOW Mrs. Oertrvds Taylor, M -v Tiillejo. Mr. and Mrs. M V Mrs. H. N. Sandier, Mrs 0 H BttW art, Joe Penney. 0, .1. Holhrf, '•">• \v. Jerkins, Tony Moacusaa, McKcneth Dorsey. Mrs. J. A. Waterman Mrs. Joe Waterman, Mrs Martin Zielonka of El Paso. Texas, and Mrs. David Zielonka. Dr. Louis Rosen hai gone to Wr> mingham, Ala., where he will attend the Chiropodist convention which wID be held during the week-end. Miss Pena Peckett, bride-elect, whose marriage to Mr. Al Month will take place May 1, will be feted :W several parties this week. Among them are luncheons aud showers. Mrs. A. Harscovitz and Mrs. S. Marks will give a shower Monday night in honor Mrs. R. Lots will houor Miss Peckett of Miss Peckett. Wednesday night with a handkerchief shower and bridge party. Miss Florence Abramovitz with Miss Tlielma Katz will fed the bride-elect with a breakfast Sunday morning at the Cricket Tear n. Miss Peckett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Peckett of this city. I Kenan, of Follamoro, as best man and U1 ,h,rs will be •'ack vVoltwnan, Jy Markowits. Bud Bldnoy and Erring Peckett, brothers of tin bride-elect. Music will be In charge of Miss Mane Banford, pWnlsl 1 1 MrB UnrrJ N Handler u soloist A dinner for the family will be given immediately followin, the ceremony at the Forest Hills Country "'lub. At f>:00 p. m.. reception will be held for all friends and relatives. Ai %  meeting held recently at the home ol Mrs Hen Hsimovits. plans were begun on tha second annual donor dinnei dance to be sponsored by the Junior Hadaesah Chapter of Tampa at the rioridian Hotel, May 20. Mrs. Dave l'ennnii. president of the organisation, appointed Mrs. Nathan Poller general chairman of tha event, which i* considered the outstanding affair of its kind among the Jewish David Martin Zielonka. young soa of Rabbi and Mrs. David Zielonka, celebrated his third birthday anniversary at a party given for pupils of the Lighthouse Thursday afternoon. Games were enjoyed and refreshments Miss Dena Peckett is announcing plans for her wedding to Al Men-h Sunday evening. May 1, at the Rodoph Sholom Synagogue with Rabbi Adolph Burger officiating. The bride will be given in marriage by her father. She will have her aunt, Mrs. Herman Marks, of Homestead, as matron of honor, and her cousin. Miss Roberta Marks, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Toby Katz and Miss Florence Abramovitz. Little Estabel Herscovitz will be flower girl. Mr. Meiish will have his brother, Sam Mrs. Bellingkoff sre at present on wedding trip to the north an 1 pijj,. s|..nd some time in Washington, D <.'., before proceeding to Brooklyn" where they will reside. A "•ceptios was held for the couple following the ceremony Thursdsy evening by MUM Ruth Rutkin at her home in Flor Vista. A. Z. A PRESIDENT RET CRN's Louis Morris, president of the Tamps Chapter No. 311, of the Aleph Zdek Aleph, returned to Tampa after (Continued on Page Five) Mr. and Mrs M. Gordon, of Forest Hills announce the mnrrinpre of their daughter, Miss Minnie Gordon, to lacing Bellingkoff, of Brooklyn, N. t. The wedding took place Thursday noon The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Alice Gordon and Miss Ruth Rutkin, and Abie Gordon, brother of the bride, served asbest man. Mist Gordon has lived in this city for about twelve years, having come from Boston with her family. She was graduated from Hillsborough high school in 1984, She is an active member of the National Council of Jewish Juniors. Mr. Bellingkoff is a native of Brooklyn, K Y., where be attended school and was graduated from New York University. He It an instructor of physical education in the public schoolof that city. Mr. and Drama. Color. Interest TThe Jewish Festivals by HAYYIM SCHAUSS Otmmm mj0m m& m ht, CtUrfmt r t r tmtm ir t ptrtr ay t d ExquutH mrl tbjtttt ittmstrmttd $2.50 TW UNION OFAMEBJCAN HEBSE'A IN G*£GATION3 • Mmtkmm BUg.. CINCINNATI SnJ.*•• THE JEWISH FESTIVALS Aidna. OH Cbk ttUmd %¡ UudCO.D. D Not a"Cure-Air ..just a finer Cigarette Old Gold does not pretend to be a "cure-all". Tht only magic it claims is the magic of the finest prize crop tobacco brought to you as fresh as L€ left the cigarette machines. You see the House of Lorillard has been making fine tobacco products since George Washington's day. It's this skill, born of 178 years' experience that enables Lorillard to select, age and blend the world's kindliest tobacco leaf into a mighty pleasing cigarette. C^nS'JiJr d qualit yin surance goes further'. We put Old Golds in a wea ther-tight double Cello-* •VSF! SSFL^S ke6PS ^ r ^p^ss dryness and oXr dZ I y Ur cl W""te enjoyment. The !" ,u £.i? I ane Jacket opens at ^e botto. of the the or d^ : T 11 -* the ^ 0f the P*^wher* the ordinary cigarette package is weak.. £uS 01d ra C l nMV et if trial PaCkage 0f *"'%  •now Old Colds tell you the rest of the stonTY We believe you'll find that (1) Old Coin! !l. Bmg any aufflber without CUaretf jJEgg, fif f ?n l r C r r K ly> ^bJ&Bp* COMPANY* f fine tobacco products' sine. 1760. Wsai Taw. AU r.1— u. ~2=


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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    April 29, 1938

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    Subjects / Keywords:
    Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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    newspaper   ( marcgt )
    newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    Spatial Coverage:
    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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    University of Florida
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    AA00010090:00480

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    Title:
    The Jewish Floridian
    Physical Description:
    63 v. : ;
    Language:
    English
    Publisher:
    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication:
    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    April 29, 1938

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    Subjects / Keywords:
    Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Genre:
    newspaper   ( marcgt )
    newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    Spatial Coverage:
    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

    Notes

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

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    University of Florida
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    VOLUME 11NUMBER 17.
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    MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1938
    PRICE FIVE CENTS
    LIPTON NAMED TO
    VICE PRESIDENCY
    Th< twelfth annual convention of
    th,> Southern Region of Senior and
    Junior Hadassah wan held this week
    and attracted a large number of del-
    egates from Southern cities. Sessions
    were held in the Blackstone Hotel
    which had been named headquarters
    an.! included separate and joint bus-
    in.^- sessions of both organizations.
    TIh' principal speaker at all sessions
    w.i- Mrs. Kmanuel Halpern. national
    Education Chairman of Hadassah
    who discussed problems of Jewry to-
    (l.iv. She told of the work of Ha-
    tli,' building of the beautiful Roths-
    child Hospital at Mt. Scopus expected
    to he completed the latejummcr of
    this year, and the present Youth Ali-
    yah movement. She stressed the edu-
    il features of Senior and Ju-
    Hadassah which has disseminat-
    ed information regarding Judaism nnd
    Jewry into thousands of homes and
    the holding of Oneg Shabbat observ-
    in hundreds of cities through-
    out the entire year.
    Mrs. Lewis Brown gave the open-
    Ing invocation at the first session,
    which listened to greetiugs from Mrs.
    Barney Weinkle for Senior Hadassah,
    Miss Ida Safer, Junior Hadassah,
    Mr-. Ralph Neufeld for the Council
    of Jewish Women, Mrs. Ida Optner
    f"" the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
    ish Welfare Bureau, Mrs. S. Basker
    for Temple Israel Sisterhood, Mrs.
    B, If. London for Beth Jacob Sister-
    hoodi Sidney L. Segall for the Great-
    er Miami Zionist District and Rabbi
    Cnlman A. Zwitman for Temple Is
    rael. Responses were made by Mrs.
    Sanford Marcus, president of the Se-
    nior Region and Miss Bessie Geffen
    for the Junior Region.
    A luncheon at the Victor Hotel
    was held in the afternoon with the
    Miami Chapter of Junior Hadassah
    us host organization. Mrs. Murry
    Grossman presided. The Glee Club
    sing the Hadassah song written by
    Mi-s Adele Segall to music by Aaron
    Farr. Mrs. Sol Lutsky gave the in-
    vocation, and Miss Bessie Geffen,
    Miss Ida Safer, Mrs. Barney Wein-
    kle and Mrs. Joseph Williamson
    chairman of the Convention commit-
    !" were heard in greetings. The
    National Membership Award of the
    Juniors was given to the Miami unit
    for the best record and was presented
    by Miss Jeanette Prystowsky of
    Booth Carolina and was accepted by
    Mrs. I. Querido of Miami. Cantor
    Maurice Mamches sang; several selec-
    tions and "Yesterday's Women To-
    day" a tableau written and directed
    by Mrs. S. Lutsky was presented.
    Rabbi Moses MescheJoff pronounced
    the benediction.
    The joint banquet was held at the
    Alcazar Hotel at night with Mrs. Jos.
    Williamson Introducing Mrs. Isidor
    TVeinstein as toastmlstress. The in-
    vocation was given by Mrs. Tobias
    Simon. The principal address was
    given by Mrs. Emanuel Halpern as
    t the noon luncheon. Invocation
    "" by Rabbi Oolman A. Zwitman.
    Vocal selections were given by Mrs.
    Rose Mary Oeraon Klemptner. Danc-
    '* followed.
    A thrift luncheon was held* at Kap-
    lan Hall Tuesday with Mrs. J. G.
    LiwU and Mrs. L. Harts in charge.
    Members of Senior Hadassah present-
    ** Play "Hadassah Husbands."
    Rabbi Zwitman led in the singing of
    Palestinian sonpg. Visitors were wel-
    comed by Mrs. Barney Weinkle the
    resident of the local chapter.
    Election of officers was held and
    important resolutions were adopted
    at the business sessions of Junior and
    Senior Hadassah Tuesday afternoon.
    The Southern Region was divided
    into the Southern and Southeastern
    Regions to facilitate the work of the
    National organization. Officers chos-
    en for the Southeastern Region of the
    Senior Hadassah were: President.
    Mrs. Sol H. Lutsky, Miami; 1st Vice-
    President, Mrs. Levitas, Atlanta, Ga.;
    2nd Vice-President, Mrs. Nat Cohen,
    Jacksonville; 3rd Vice-President. Mrs.
    Raizin, Charleston, S. C.; Corres-
    ponding Secretary, Mrs. Gertrude
    Berlin. Miami; Recording Secretary,
    Mrs. B. M. Brodie, Atlanta. Ga.;
    Trensurer. Mrs. Ben Stein, Jackson-
    ville ; Directors: Mrs. Jos. William-
    son and Mrs. Harry Platoff. Miami;
    Mrs. Robinson of Savannah, Ga.; and
    Mrs. Wolf Snider, Columbus, Ga.
    Officers of the Southern Region
    are: Mrs. Louis Levy. Birmingham.
    Ala.. President; Mrs. Wm. Kirchner.
    Nashville. Tenn., 1st Vice-President;
    Mrs. N. II. Palmer, New Orleans, La.,
    2nd Vice-President; Mrs. I. E. Hardl-
    iner, Memphis, Tenn., 3rd Vice-Presi-
    dent; Mrs. Harry Dlugatch, Memphis.
    Tenn., Recording Secretary; Mrs. J.
    Korklnnd, Knoxville, Tenn., Treasur-
    er. Directors: Mrs. H. Waggcnheim.
    Pensacola; Mrs. Eisman, New Or-
    leans, Ln., Mrs. Zeidman, Birming-
    ham, Ala., Mrs. Smollion, Chatta-
    nooga, Tenn., and Mrs. Eisenberg of
    Montgomery, Ala.
    Final sessions witnessed addresses
    by Mrs. Sanford Marcus and Miss
    Bessie Geffen. retiring presidents of
    Senior and Junior Hadassah, and Mrs.
    Sol H. Lutsky incoming president of
    the Southeastern Region. The next
    convention of both Senior and Junior
    will be held in Atlanta, Ga.
    Miss Gertrude nurvich, of Birming-
    ham, Alabama, was named president
    of the Southern Region of Junior Ha-
    dassah. Vice-Presidents include Miss
    Bertha Nius, of Knoxville, Tenn.;
    Miss Annette Geffen of Atlanta, Ga.;
    Mrs. Murry Grossman of Miami and
    Miss Jeanette Prystowsky of Charles-
    ton, S. C. Recording Secretary:
    Miss Goldic Raider of Chattanooga,
    Tenn.; Miss Helen Kaplan of Bir-
    mingham, Ala., Corresponding Secre-
    tary and Miss Clara Kramer of Jack-
    sonville, treasurer.
    The chairman of the Senior Con-
    vention Committee was Mrs. Jos.
    Williamson of Miami Beach, with
    Mrs. Harry Platoff as co-chairman.
    Assisting the committee were Mrs.
    Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Morris Plant,
    Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Gertrude Ber-
    lin, Mrs. Milton Travers and Mrs.
    Ben Margolis.
    The Junior Convention Committee
    included Mrs. Murry Grossman, Miss
    Safer, Miss Anita Bernstein, Mrs.
    Barmen, Mrs. Marks Feinberg, Miss
    Charlotte Kohn, Miss Rosalyn Klein,
    Mrs. Katx. Mrs. Irwih Krick, Miss
    .Lipton, Mias .Haua Mack, Miss
    Masor, Mrs. Edward Roth and MUs
    Segall.
    The Glee Club of Junior^adassah
    includes Miss Trudy Bandel. Mrs. Al-
    bert Dubler, Mies Florence Emoff,
    Mrs. Aaron Farr, Miss Lena Fried-
    lanff. Miss Sally Goodkowsky, Miss
    Tema Jamison, Mrs. Florence Mack-
    ler, Miss Bobbie Parron, Miss Rita
    Pearlman, Miss Dorothy Resnick,
    Miss Isabelle Schreiber, Miss Donia
    Stern, Miss Esther Winer and Miss
    Ida Scbneidman.
    Mr. Joseph M. Lipton, one of this
    area's most prominent communal
    workers and president of the Bade
    Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
    tion who attended the Florida Sav-
    ings Building and Lonn Convention
    was named first vice-president of the
    state organization. Reports showed
    that there are now forty-nine Sav-
    Liberal Leaders
    Assail Legislation
    BETH JACOB
    SELECTS BOARD
    ings and Loan Associations in the
    state, with a five million dollar in-
    crease in mortgages made to home
    owners in the past six months. A
    rise in savings of nearly the same
    amo'.iit was also reported. All of
    these associations are insured with
    the Federal Government.
    Following the close of this con-
    vention Mr. Lipton who was accom-
    panied by Mr. Henry Wolf, secretary
    of the Dade Federal Savings and
    Loan Association, left to attend the
    Southeastern Convention of the Unit-
    ed States Building and Loan League
    at Washington, D. C.
    Budapest (WNS)Former Prem-
    ier Stephan Bethlen and Dr. Charles
    Rassay. lender of the National Liber-
    al Party, subjected the government's
    anti-Jewish bill now pending in Par-
    liament to a raking fire of criticism
    during a meeting of a Parliamentary
    joint commission which discussed the
    measure to set up a 20 percent num-
    edus clausus for Jews in trade, in-
    dustry, culture and the profesions.
    Assailing the measure as a violation
    of the principle of equality of rights.
    Count Bethlen denied that the bill
    would give Christians the leading
    role in Hungarian economy as its
    sponsors claim and warned that Hun-
    gary could not flout the minorities
    treaties when it sought to invoke them
    for the protection of Hungarian min-
    orities abroad. Reiterating his oppo-
    sition to a numerous clausus. he said
    he recognized the need for reducing
    the preponderance of Jews in Hun-
    garian economic life but vigorously
    objected to doing it by discrimination.
    Count Bethlen also warned that the
    hill would injure Hungarian economic
    life nnd would damage Hungarian in-
    terests abroad. Dr. Rassay attacked
    the bill on similar grounds
    and questioned its effectiveness.. He
    also protested that the measure would
    degrade the children of Jewish war
    heroes to citizens of the second grade.
    Members of the new Board of Di-
    rectors of the Beth Jacob Congrega-
    tion. Miami Beach were announced
    by Mr. Morris B. Frank, president
    of the Synagogue. Those chosen were
    J. Albert. Jacob Becker, A. Bunin,
    Louis O. Bloomfield, Sam Blank, A.
    Cohen. Wm. Capland, Philip Eisen-
    berg. David Goldstein, Nathan Gins-
    burg, Sol Goldstrom, M. Krieger,
    Sam Lachman, Abraham Laurcs, Jos-
    eph M. Lipton. Marcie Liberman,
    Harry Levitt, Harry Markowitz, I.
    Miller. Jack Miller, S. L. Matz, Bar-
    on de Hirsch Meyer, Jos. M. Rose,
    J. Louis Shochet, L. D. Spivak, S.
    Steiner. Ben Turchin and Harry
    Wilensky.
    The officers and board will be for-
    mally inducted into office shortly.
    Plans for the completion and furnish-
    ing of the new synagogue edifice will
    be acted on at a meeting of the board
    to be held soon.
    ANNUAL PICNIC
    WILL BE HELD
    AIR MAIL WEEK
    TO BE OBSERVED
    National Air Mail Week In this
    area will he observed beginning May
    lBth to commemorate the twentieth
    nnniversary of the establishment of
    air mail service by the Post Office:
    to educate the citizenry in the use of
    air mail so as to make possible its ex-
    pansion.
    Postmaster William C. mil of Mi-
    ami is chairman. M. E. Phillips vice-
    chairman and J. E. McMillan treas-
    urer. Mayors Williams, Levi, McGarry
    and Lindsey of Miami, Miami Beach,
    Coral Gables and Miami Shores are
    honorary committee members. Among
    the Jewish citiaens of this area named
    to the committees and subcommittees
    are Mitchell Wolfson. Mark Max. Jr.,
    D. J. Apte and J. Louis Shochet.
    Civic, fraternal and business and pro-
    fessional committees have been named
    to aid in the observance.
    Cornerstone Laid
    For New Yeshiva
    Jerusalem (WNS Palcor Agency)
    __The cornerstone of the first agri-
    cultural Yeahlva was laid in Kfaf
    Haroeh. the Keren Hayesod moshav
    which was named after the late Chief
    Rabbi Abraham Kook and which is
    occupied by Poale Mizrachi settlers
    on Kayemeth land in Emek Tefer.An
    anonymous donor has contributed
    /6.000. The curriculum is to be bas-
    ed on Torah, Avoda and Adama
    (Mosiac law, labor and land.)
    The Triton Hotel at 2729 Collins
    Avenue, Miami Beach, will be the
    scene of the annual picnic sponsored
    by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
    Welfare Bureau thie coming Sunday,
    May 1st, beginning at 9:00 o'clock
    and lasting the entire day. Dinner
    will be served from 9:00 to 5:00 p.
    m., and the admission of one dollar
    per adult and fifty cents per child
    will cover the meal. Mrs. R. R. Adler
    is chairman of the committee and an-
    nounces that all home cooked meals
    and special delicacies will be served
    during the day. A program of enter-
    tainment including games of all kinds
    is under the direction of Mrs. Bertha
    B. Levy and will run throughout the
    entire day. The proceeds will be used
    for the welfare work of the organi-
    zation. The public is urged to attend.
    LOYALTY CLUB TO
    HOLD GALA EVENT
    OFFER PURCHASE
    BOOKS IS MADE
    Wllliamstown, Mass. (WNS)
    Students of Williams College hare
    cabled the chief librarian of the Aus-
    trian National Library an offer to
    buy all non-Aryans' books which are
    to be removed from the shelves and
    burned. Taking the lead in this move
    which is in protest against the immi-
    nent purge of books by Jews, was
    Woodrow Wilson Sayre, grandson of
    President Woodrow Wilson:
    New York (WN8)Brooklyn la
    ready to accept all non-Aryans' books
    which the Nazis want to remove from
    the Austrian -National Library for
    burning. Borough President Raymond
    V. Ingersol announced. In a cable-
    gram to the chief librarian of the
    National Library, Mr. Ingersol said:
    "The Associated Press reports that
    literary treasures of certain prescrib-
    ed origin are to be removed from
    your library and burned. If true,
    this community, which is developing
    a fine public library, would be very
    glad to pay cost of transportation to
    have and preserve such literary
    works.
    What promises to be one of the out-
    standing events of the year is the
    benefit vaudeville show and dance
    sponsored by the Loyalty Club of
    Emunnh Chapter at the Scottish Rite
    Temple. N. W. N. River Drive n I
    Third Street Saturday evening, April
    30th, beginning at 9:00 o'clock.
    This will mark the first time the
    new dance floor of the Temple is be-
    ing used. A floor show will be pre-
    sented starring some of the finest en-
    tertainers in this area under the direc-
    tion of Chester Alexander who will
    act as master of ceremonies. A well
    known band will provido music for
    the show and dancing. Refreshments
    will bo served under the direction of
    a committee headed by Mrs. Harry
    Green.
    Due to the illness of the general
    chairman, Mrs. Lena Simon, who had
    been in charge of arrangements and
    the souvenir journal, the event will
    be in charge of Mrs. Charles Beckwitt
    and Col. Sidney H. Palmer. A ten
    dollar box of fruits will be awarded
    as a door prize. A cordial invitation
    is extended to the general public to
    attend. The proceeds of this event
    will be used for the charity fund of
    the organization.
    YIDDISH PLAYS
    TO BE GIVEN
    The Jewish Dramatic Club of the
    Workmen's Circle will present two
    one act excerpts of the farqous plays
    "Dvorele Myucheses" and "Der Kat-
    aev" with Malke Reich, Clara Teltel-
    baum, Harry Rose and Harry Green-
    berg director, being featured in the
    stellar roles. Vocal and instrumental
    numbers will be presented during the
    evening as will be several dancing
    acts. Miss Rebecca Levin a mentor
    of the staff of the Workmea'a Circle
    Schule of New York will talk briefly
    of the work of the Workmea'a Circle
    Schule system in this country. Tho
    event which will be held at Beth
    David Talmud Torah auditorium on
    Sunday evening, May 1st, will begirt
    at 8:30 o'clock and admission will b*
    the nominal sum of fifty cent*. Tho
    public is urged to attend these cul-
    tural events.


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    VOLUME 11.NUMBER 17
    FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938
    AT THE POLLS
    The citizenry of Florida will go to the polls next Tuesday
    to select the nominees for many important public offices. In
    most instances, the results next Tuesday will be final and the
    nominee will be chosen to the office.
    As Jews it behooves every one of us to exercise the right of
    suffrage which we enjoy here by right of birth or of naturali-
    zation. As citizens we must use that right so that the greatest
    good may come to the greatest number. Only those candidates
    who possess the qualifications needed for U>e office sought
    should receive our votes. The Jewish Floriof an does not pro-
    pose, at this time, to urge any particular candidate. It does
    ask that you study the records of each and every one. If in
    that record, or in the public utterances of the candidate you
    find that which would lead you to believe he is unfit, then
    cast your vote against him. And in that study may we urge
    on you to bear in mind that the utterance of anything which
    shows prejudice against any of our people, or of any people
    because of race or creed is sufficient reason why your vote
    should be cast against him. If that candidate in *!>
    terances such as that of Finley Moore, also a candidate for
    United States Senator, pledges that he will attempt legislation
    to disqualify any foreign born though a ciUzen from holding
    office, or such similar un-American doctrines. ... or when
    referrvng to any particular violators or alleged violators of the
    CwTreLesth^remarkswith'-Jew'- gangster, or "Jew
    racketeer then vote against that man.
    pScularly do we caution our Jewish citizens however
    not to accept every statement against a man as definite proof
    n too often^even in this campaign have such charges
    exercise your vote. __________________
    nf thnt Saturdays business was do-
    nated" to charities.
    Kingston has a Jewish population
    of 2.000 souls. The majority are the
    descendants "f the old Spanish and
    Portuguese* Marranns. who have in
    habited the Island for about thi.....
    centuries. They aw the foremost
    people in Jamaica, ami possibly form
    ihe oldeal Jewish Community in both
    North ami BoUth America. The pres-
    ent Synagogue is ahout fifty yean
    old, and is on the usual Spanish-Tor-
    tuguese model, with tin' Ark for the
    Torali in the east, a Itima in the cen
    ter, him! a raised pavilion on the ride
    for the Parnaas, and heads of the
    congregation and Rabbi. The bench*
    es Instead of facing the Ark, as with
    OS, inn in Straight row! parallel with
    tli>' n.nth and south walls and meet
    in tin' center at the l'.ima. The floor
    is strewn with Palestine sand and is
    reminiscent of the famous Synagogue
    in Amsterdam, Holland. Hebrew is
    pronounced in the Sephardie manner.
    While the service* fa most Spanish
    Synagogues nre strictly Orthodox, it
    varies somewhat here. The presence
    of an organ, and the service partly in
    English, strike a note of modernism
    in the otherwise rigid orthodoxy of
    Sephardie Judaism.
    A most Interesting curiosity is the
    old Hebrew cemetery recently un-
    earthed. It is about four miles out
    of Kingston and near a place former-
    ly known as Tort Royal, which was
    destroyed by an earthquake in 'he
    year 1802. Port Royal during the
    17th century was the business eentei
    of Jamaica. It la famous in legend
    ami romance as the headquarters of
    the Pirates, those famous buccaneers.
    Henri Morgan. Captain Kidd and
    Others who when ashore, spent their
    money freely in feasting, fighting and
    revelry. They were good customers
    and the Jewish merchants of Port
    Roynl did n thriving business supply-
    ing the Pirates With their needs. This
    BOOB prosperity suddenly ended in
    the year 1002 when an earthquake to-
    tally destroyed the place. The ceme-
    tery is removed from the ruins of
    Port Royal by s narrow body of
    water. It was discovered about two
    years SgO. Covered with trees, hushes
    and heavy tropical foliage and con-
    sequently was completely forgotten.
    Due t.i the energy and activity of the
    Rabbi, the eemetery was chared, n
    fence*built around it. so that it is now
    one of the show places of-t-he city.
    The grave stones are of marble and
    granite and Cover tl....."tire graves.
    tomb fashion. Most of the burial
    dates are between 1680 and 1780. A
    number of the graves are dated 1082,
    a melancholy reminder that the In-
    mates vere victims f the earthquake.
    The inscriptions on the tombs are in
    Hebrew and Spanish, and typical
    names are Alvarea, Servido, Nuea,
    Rodrigues and Ilcnrupies.
    Participants in Conferences on the Better t mierstandmg of Judaism and
    The History of Religion at The Jewish Theological Seminary of Amrrir*
    April M-Mav4. 13*. From top lef to bottom right: Professor luis
    Gtlgberg of the Seminary. Professor Millar Burrows of \ ale t ""<>>
    Professor Julius I-ewy of Hebrew I nion College. Doctor Cyrus Adler.
    President of .he Seminary. Profess, r Krwin R. Omnhnough oTM. I nl-
    versl.y. Doctor Israel H. I.evinthal of the Brooklyn Jewtoh Center, t-l
    Mr Sol M- Stroock. < na.rman of the Board, of Directors of the Seminary.
    States, who originally settled in Ja-
    maiea. He is writing a book about
    the Jews of Jamaica, stressing the
    old settlement in its charming and ro-
    mantically tropical setting.
    The Jews of Kingston stand high In
    ,|. Ufa of the Island. They are the
    oldest group of purely white i.....pie
    in Jamaica. They constitute the
    most important business group, and
    Bre leaders ill the professional and
    political life of the place. Several of
    West Palm Beach
    NOTES
    Great interest is being shown in
    B'nal B'rith circles and preparations
    nre being made for a large delegation
    to the Convention of the District at
    Orlando next month. A fine meeting
    rat held recently at the home of
    Henry Ahrens.
    JEWS IN KINGSTON
    By HARRY SI.MONHOFF
    On landing in Kingston, Jamaica.
    vnu walk on King Street and ulti-
    mately find yourself in "Charleys
    Bum." the b* on ,he w "
    A good traveler usually asks the
    questions, and the half white manager
    will inform you that this resplendent
    cafe-saloon that serves the best Ja-
    maican rum cocktails, ja dosed on
    Saturday. Noting your surprise he
    will addthnt you could not induce
    the owners to open the place on Sat-
    urday for a million dollars Xou be-
    come interested and then he will tell
    you that the House of Meyer recently
    bought this famous bar from Char-
    ley His reference to >hc House of
    Meyer conjures within you ritto-g
    of the House of Rothschild. The gar-
    rulous manager will go on talking,
    saying that the House of Meyer is the
    largest and most important business
    s,blishment and exporter in Jnmai-
    , If vou ask whether Mr. Meyer is
    n Seventh Day Adventist, he will
    draw himself up proudly and with
    Blight belligerency and say "N sr>
    ,,f saving it and the toss of his head
    makes you feel that in Jamaica the
    word Jewish Is equivalent to nristo
    cratic. This was my firRt intimation
    f the presence of Jews in Kingston.
    T went to the House of Meyer and
    found a large establishment on the
    waterfront. The warehouses, the of-
    fice and the trucks create n busy,
    prosperous atmosphere. I was receiv-
    ed with quiet courtesy by the young
    Mr. Meyer, a graduate from the T.nl
    versitv of Pennsylvania, who in spite
    of the pressure of business, gave me
    his time and kept others waiting.
    During the conversation, he informs
    me. in his refined English accent,
    that his baby boy. three days old. If
    the fifth generation of the House of
    Mevcr horn on the island of Jamaica .
    inl tbrough more than a century the
    House of Meyer always kept closed
    on the Sabbath, except on one occas-
    II, Meyer is Jewish." His manner
    ;,,; airing the great war. when at
    , ,* f the Government, they
    furnished provisions ti a "rencn
    Transport and the profit! earned out
    The community is fortunate In hav-
    ing Rabbi Silverman, originally from
    Manchester, England, then Klmua.
    Sew York, a young man of energy
    and vision who fully appreciates the
    nnique background -if his congrega-
    tion. It was Rabbi Silverman. who
    learning of the existence of the old
    abandoned cemetery, labored diligent-
    ly for its restoration. This was not
    an ea-v task, and entailed consider-
    able expense to remove the tall weeds,
    the underbrush and the rank vegeta-
    tion that covered the brutal ground
    mid bid it from view. Rabbi Silver-
    man, who incidentally was appointed
    by Franklin Roosevelt, when Gover-
    nor of New York, as Chaplain of one
    of the State prisons, is actively en-
    gaged in modernizing his congregation
    and at the same time preserving its
    ancient spirit. He is searching the
    official records of the country bearing
    on the old Jewish settlement. Fortu-
    nately, the various Synagogues, for-
    merly on the island, kept complete
    records of the community- The min-
    ute--and records, in Hebrew ahd
    Spanish, are beautifully inscribed. It
    was an age when penmanship was
    a fine art. The Rabbi is able to trace
    ,1.....rigin of some of the important
    Spanish Jewish families in the United
    ,,.;,. number were recently knighted
    !,v King G.....-gc VI. The LIndo fam-
    ily is probably the richest In Jamai-
    ca and carry themselves with aristo-
    cratic distinction. The community
    itself is not sharing the usual fate
    f old communities that either be
    tome mummified or lifeless through
    dryrot. Although the Sephardie Jews
    generally ding tenaciously to old
    forms and set their faces against In-
    novations, this Community, due large-
    ly to the enlightened efforts of Bnbbi
    Silvermah, is enjoying somewhat of
    Renaissance. Healthy Innovations
    In (he life and service of the Byna-
    Cogue nre introduced. A community
    Sedar during the Passover is attended
    by 000 people.
    Chunukuh is joyously celebrated
    with a large public festival. Tisha
    B'ab frfe black anniversary of the
    destruction of the Temple in Jeru-
    salem) is appropriately mourned in
    the old cemetery. The Sunday School
    is ably directed by Mrs. Silverman
    and the Rnbbi himself insists upon
    the study of Hebrew in the Talmud
    Tornh. The ritual services arc beau-
    tified with the help of an exceptional
    choir, accompanied by the organ. The
    Rnbbi is delving into the field of
    Jewish music in his efforts to discover
    the ancient melodies of the old Span-
    ish Portuguese liturgy. In the well
    attended literary Society, the im-
    portant problems of the day are dis-
    cussed, and distinguished visitors oft-
    en deliver addresses.
    The Fun and Frolic Club is organ-
    ising two debating teams for the Cul-
    tural committee and plans for inten-
    sive work are being made.
    The Congregation Beth F.l adopted
    resolutions ..t' thanks and apprecia-
    tion to Mr. and Mrs. I-;.....OVitch and
    his co-workers for their successful ef-
    forts In connection with the building
    fund for the new Seller Memorial
    Talmud Torah. The meeting was
    held at the home of Mrs. Freeman
    and refreshments were served follow-
    ing the business session.
    A bridal shower was held last week
    at the home of Mrs. Jack Fein in
    honor of Miss Ann Sandier, bride-
    elect of Dan Goodmark. The guest
    of honor was the recipient of many
    beautiful gifts. Games were enjoyed
    and a buffet luncheon was served.
    A splendid response met the ap-
    peals of Rabbi Kellner of Miami and
    Dr. Herman of this city at a well at-
    tended meting in the interests of the
    United Jewish Campaign to raiso
    funds for Overseas Relief and Pal-
    estine work.
    The Jewish Traveler, his subcon-
    scious mind saturated with the hor-
    rors of Germany. Austria, Poland
    and Bonmania, finds a visit to Kings-
    ton strangely refreshing and divert-
    ing.
    Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer
    Jewish resident and for many years
    the most active communal worker in
    South Florida, was the guest of honor
    with her daughter, at a reception
    given on the eve of their departure for
    a visit to her son and daughter at
    I-os Angeles. Cal Mrs. Schrebnick
    received a beautiful traveling bag
    from her many friends and was the
    recipient of many other gifts and con-
    gratulalory messages. The entire com-
    munity joins in the fervent wish that
    ! she may spend an enjoyable health
    ; recuperating vacation with her loved
    "lies.

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    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1938
    CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
    Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
    MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
    324 Jefferson Avenua
    Phone 6-1328
    MAURICE .G. MAMCHES. Cantor
    726 Meridian Avenua
    'Phone B-2013
    SYNAGOGUE SERVIC KS
    At T :00 and S :00 every morning;
    7 iMl and 0:00 Saturday morning.
    From 6:00 every afternoon: fi M
    Friday afternoon. Rabbi Meacheloff
    w ill preach this Saturday morning on
    "Afterwards. What?" At Shalosh
    S'oodoM he will speak on \Perek."
    Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant
    during services.
    COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
    The commencement exercises of the
    Sunday sessions of the Hebrew School
    will be held Sunday evening. May
    1st it 7:80. A beautiful ceremony!
    h.is been prepared for the occasion by |
    Kabbi .Mescheloff. principal. Attorney
    A. I. afechlowits, ui>erintendent of
    the Sunday sessions and Cantor M.
    Mamches. The valedictorian. Fay
    Recbtman, will speak on .'The Duty
    : Man." Others to speak are: I
    l.vn Safer. Dorothy Bchoenbaum and
    Gloria Saefert on "Principles
    Fv rUla Cohen "What is a
    Jew?"; Caryl I!.... "Way Remain
    3 -'' Helen Swetntck "Why Jew-
    ' : M na Rubin "Oar
    "" ": Natalie y. ]-
    "Ol -v ..- ,t. a it Qiatory" : Edna
    Malter "Wanted: A home"; Judith
    M -- FI iwer ifferinf."
    Addl------ aril] be riven by Mr. M.
    f ; -' president, Mr-.
    B. H. London. Sisterhood pre*
    Mr. a L. afechlowitg and Uiaa Mai-
    W. u Rabbi afescheloff will
    latea. Cantor Man-,
    will lead them in the singing of
    number of Hebrew sons*. Th* erad-
    nclaas will make a presentation
    to the synagogue.
    Priaea will be given for excellence
    in history, religion and contemporarv
    Jewish problems by Mr. Moesha Ro,'-
    - All Hebrew School children
    will be given pins. Awards for school
    service will be distributed. The public
    i- cordially invited. Refreshments.
    HABANOTH PRESENTS
    The Habanoth met last Monday
    night to receive the beautiful pins
    fmm the main office which shows
    their allegiance to this national or-
    tlon. They received their parts
    and prepared the program of the en-
    tertainment which they will present
    Monday evening
    May a ,
    The proceeds will go toward the pur-
    "f the central chandelier for our
    ii-w synagogue building. Delicious
    refreshments and most attractive door
    prizes will be given. Tickets may be
    purchased from any board member.
    The charge is nominal.
    On the committee are Mesdames J.
    Tobin, S. Blank. H. Koretzky. S. Eis-
    enberg. B._ Bernknopf. S. Cohen. J.
    Albert. M.'B. Frank. M. Mamches. H.
    Goldstein. H. Wilensky.
    SISTERHOOD ELECTIONS
    The monthly meeting of the SIstel
    hood will be held next Tuesday even-
    ing instead of Monday. The chief
    tOftfc of the evening will be the nom-
    ination and election of officers for
    the coming year. A program will fol-
    low elections. Members this is your j
    chance to help select your new offj. ]
    eeri for the year. Be sure to attend
    and make yonr honest selection. R.>-
    freshments will be served.
    YOING MEN'S CLUB
    T Toting Men's Group will meet
    for Sunday morning minya ai
    at 9:00 a. m. Breakfast will be i-
    by the Sisterh.....! nnder the direc-
    afta. Besvenick after the ser-
    vice. Mr-, gfyeraon will serve, as thij
    week's hostess.
    OTtuwiL
    TloisA,
    By HARRY SCHWARTZ
    Y. W. H. A. TO HOLD MOON
    LIGHT TRIISE THIS SUNDAY
    Moonlight on the watersoft
    breexeiiweet music-dancing con-
    ill*-:cooling refresbmenti How:
    When: Where:? At the annual V.
    W. II. A. Boat Hide jauntSunday
    night, May ltTier 7Boat llis-
    cayncTime s:oo p. m.Admission}
    fes, $1.50 per couple.
    Didja ever get left':
    Ton will if you don't
    purchase your ticket*
    immediately. Tell your
    friends t,, get aboard
    for a grand time. Com-
    mittee in charge: Miss
    Ro* Berkowits and Miss Muriel Pal-
    lot
    member and president of Miami A. '/..
    A., Junior B'nai B'rith. President
    of Beth David Bar Mitzvah Boyw
    Breakfast club. Member of Beth
    David choir. Kntered University "f
    Miami in 19.10, honor student of U.
    of M.. manager of freshman and var-
    sity football teams, also varsity base-
    ball team at I'. of M. Member of Kilo
    Beta Omicron, honorary public speak-
    ing fraternity, member of Wing and
    Wig, honorary dramatics group of (J.
    of M. Undefeated in two years of in-
    tercollegiate debating us member of
    debating team, member of University
    Literary Society and also 1'. of M.
    Qlee dub. Member of all class athle-
    tic teams. Entered University of Flor-
    ida Law School in l!l.'!2. Was honor
    stuibnt there. Feature Story writer
    on D. of F. Alligator, school weekly.
    Graduated in June llt'l.") and became
    youngest practicing attorney in the
    State of Florida. Is engaged in prac-
    tice of law now with offices in the
    American Bank Building. Is the
    youngest secretary of B'nai B'rith in
    the country, Organised Jewish stu-
    nent Union at U. of F., and Jewish
    Cultural Society at G. of Miami.
    Member of Miami Phllarmonlc chor-
    us. I- free and single, girls.
    week-end for the former secretary of
    the Y. W.H., Janet Karasik and
    Charley Blau, Charlotte Furman,
    charter member of the Y. W .H. A.
    and AI Itcisman, Estelle Skolnick and
    Hurry Stern. Congrats.
    MO/EL TOV
    To Mr. and Mrs. Kubou Lubel who
    are the proud parents of a 7 pound
    baby girl born April 20th at the Vic-
    toria Hospital.
    Come to
    May 15th.
    the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
    //
    SCOUTING
    With n zip and u swing that would
    do justice to a much older organisa-
    (Continued on Page Five)
    Come t"
    May I.',.
    the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
    TROOP NO. >4 ( ELEBRATKS
    SECOND ANNIVERSARY
    The second anniversary of the Mi-
    ami Beach Boy Scout troop was held
    Tuesday evening, April 26th. The
    meeting was opened by Scoutmaster
    A. L. Mechlowitz. Colors were pre-
    sented and the pledge. Scoot oath and
    I. re were recited. The Scoutmaster
    gave a welcoming address and cut the
    anniversary cake.
    Mr, A. S. M.Farlan, chief Scout
    Executive of Dade County Council,
    praised the Scoutmaster, spoke of the
    work of the Boy Scout Organization,
    and of the need of closer understand-
    ing and relations between Scout lead-
    ers nd the parents of Scouts.
    Sidney Besvenick spoke on ''The
    American Flag." Norman Arkin on
    "Knife and Hatchet." A demonstra-
    tion of semaphore an dsignalling was
    given by Scout Edward Singer and
    the Scoutmaster. Albert Braven.
    s-ram committee chairman and B..b
    Two ginger gave a demonstration of First
    Aid. Irwin Keham reviewed "Boy
    Scout Knots Knots." Bernard Hut-
    n "Camping," and Leonard
    Merlin gave a talk on > 0 :.
    and Lore."
    Mr. Mechlowitz cxpr^sfil l.
    li to the troop ami the au-
    Rabbi Mescheloff gave the
    closing ben-diction. Taps were blown
    troop ihments to
    all.
    I" the V. M. II. A. Bazaar on I
    May 15th.
    WEDDING BELLS
    ring out loud anil clear this
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    ANNUAL Y. M. H. A. NOMINA-
    TIONS MAY 18
    Constitutions or not the annual
    "V nominations will take place as
    per schedule. The cry of thi
    i- who will be the next "Y" president?
    Who will be the next Vice-Preaident,
    Secretary, Treasurer, etc., etc.?
    ROSALIND SIMON CHOSEN "Y"
    MAY QIEEN CANDIDATE
    Which undoubtedly will assure the
    organization of another winner at the
    annual Junior Hadnsah May Queen
    Festival to oe held Sunday. May 8th
    I at the American Legion Home, 600
    : Biscayne Boulevard. Miami.
    Come to the
    May 15th.
    Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
    Carolyn 8 Her as Mr
    ,;' *X Edna Malta/ as Max Nad-
    cjberg Lillian Marcus as Channn
    x rg. Ruth Bernstein as Mr.
    :: 8 afeld as J
    '' ny. Nat-
    Feller as Ida. and Elaine Derrick
    " '' '"'. Alao on 'he pro-
    !:. uric n.mskv in a song
    '"'" PhyDia Kohn. Gloria S ,
    * Caryl Rose in monolofues
    ! Dorothyg hoen-
    bantr.
    T^' J- i Qr, .,-. |
    M the direction of Mr.
    }'" lay a nura-
    I Jewish melodies and popular'
    Tickets may be bought from anv
    - : or the api Mr-. >[
    M' I M>- Malvina W
    SISTERHOOD NEWS
    A meeting of the executive Board
    *M held at the home of the president, I
    Mrs. B H. London it which manv
    Plans for the Sisterhood were discus- i
    sed, foUowed by a social hour.
    BRIDGE PARTY
    The SUp-rhood will conduct a
    bridge party next Monday afternoon
    at 2 :00 p. m.. at the Shoreham Hotel
    AdiouaWill be seeing yo'all on
    the "Biscayne" May 1.
    MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
    BIOGRAPHY
    Vice-President of Y. M. H. A. Milt
    was born March 81, 1914, Bronx, N.
    Y.. came to Miami 1020, was honor
    student at l#iami senior high school
    for three years. Baas in stata cham-
    pion high school glee club. Charter
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    VOTE FOR
    D. STUART GILLIS
    CANDIDATE

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    than now to build one
    Group
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    DISTRICT TWO
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    V
    FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938
    B'NAI B'RITH
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    PAGE PIVE
    9
    BRIEFS
    By E. ALBERT PALLOT
    Jack Abbot, of the Mother's Day
    Ahbottt, proudly presents the most
    outstanding mother, Berthn B. Levy
    in "Mothers of Today." Co-starred
    with Mother Levy and Mother Ab-
    bott refused to disclose the plot of
    Natalie Davis, Ida Optner (of the
    Welfare Bureau OptuerB) Nettie Hal-
    pert, Dorothy Werblow, Bert Fried-
    man, Tillie Katz, Gertrude Caven,
    Juliette Stone. Ann Caven, Nettie
    ISulbin, Jennie Zcititz, Ann I'astroff,
    Ettio Stone and an outstanding cast
    of 1,000 spectators. When interview-
    ed today both Mothers Levy and Ab-
    liult refuse dto disclose the plot of
    this outstanding play. Both stated
    I hat this play will be the most sen-
    sational hit of the current season.
    Our star, Bertha Levy, who is so
    well known for her sweetness churni,
    beauty and artistic ability, is very
    ably supported by the most beautiful
    feminine creations. (Sod bless them.
    The scenery properties and play are
    all spanking new and we can look for-
    ward to the highest type of entertain-
    ment. Mothers of Today will be pre-
    sented Sunday evening. May 8, 11K18
    at 8 :00 p. m., at Temple Israel. No
    admission, no minimum, no cover
    charge. Come prepared to spend a
    delightful evening. B'nai B'rith cor-
    dially invites you.
    SAM BLANK
    Chairman of (he local B'nai B'rith Refugee Committee
    Brother President Stone, munages
    to maintain the interest of all the
    brothers. IIk fireside chats around
    the table at Walgreens certainly re-
    kindle the enthusiasm. Swell system
    Prcs., everyone needs a good talking
    too occasionally.
    That degree team has finally taken
    form. The cast is a* follows: Presi-
    dent, Dr. Frank Coret; Monitor, E.
    Albert Pallot; .assistant Monitor, Iso-
    dore Zuckernuk; Vice-President. Sid-
    ney L. Segall; Warden, Milton A.
    Friedman. Watch this team go to
    town.
    The A. Z. A., Junior B'nai B'rith
    is now meeting at the Y. M. II. A.
    on Monday evening. Jack Abbott
    pleaae note, these boys are anxious
    to help on our Mothers Day program.
    How's about it? Melrin Weinkle is
    president of this splendid group of
    young boys.
    Our Anti-Defamation Committee
    have really been working hard. The
    amount of time that Brother Shochet
    and his committee devotes to this
    work is inconceivable. A tremendous
    job is being handled most efficiently
    and effectively by this committee.
    The Brothers are all excited about
    the coming District Convention. It is
    the first time that Florida has been
    honored with the privilege of being
    host to the District. The convention
    will be held in Orlando. May 20 and
    30. Outstanding Ben Briths will at-
    tend from Baltimore, South.
    Each lodge's representation is bas-
    ed on the number of paid tip members
    On its rolls. Pay your dues imme-
    diately so that we may send a large
    delegation. The larger the delegation
    the better opportunity of electing Dis-
    trict officers from among our Sholem
    Brothers. We arc pulling for Ike
    Levin for second Vice-President and
    Elry Stone as State Committcemau.
    TAMPA NOTES
    (Continued From Page Ten)
    a short visit to Miami.
    The Tampa Chapter plans a deep-
    sea fishing trip to be held in the near
    future. The party will leave from
    Candy bridge and will be gone the
    whole day.
    The entire club is planning a trip to
    St. Petersburg to hold services in one
    of their synagogues. Rabbi Adolph
    Burger will accompany the boys.
    POLITICAL
    John J. Lindsey, member of the
    Legislature in Group 2. is a candidate
    for re-election to the office he held
    with distinction for the past two
    years. First a candidate for the of-
    fice four years ago he made such a
    splendid race though a newcomer in
    the political field that two years ago
    he was elected to the Legislature
    without opposition. While in the
    Legislature he was active in legisla-
    tion to protect the Interests of Hade
    County and soon became known as
    one of the most influential members
    of the Legislature. Because of his
    devotion to the interests of the people,
    his knowledge and experieni'c, and his
    record while in office he asks the sup-
    port of all voters for re-eleetion.
    Court, Dining his term in the Court
    of Crimea Judge Allen has shown
    marked ability and real judicial fair-
    ness and wisdom in tlie many eases
    Coming before him. On his record as
    a servant of the people he asks re-
    election to the office he now holds
    for a full term.
    Van B. lilanton. president of the
    Dade County School Board and mem-
    ber for the past four years has serv-
    VOTE FOR
    Judge Wayne Allen for a number
    of years assistant County Solicitor
    under Solicitor Fred Pine and then
    under Bob Taylor, was appointed
    several years ago Judge of the Oourl
    of Crimes to succeed Judge Ben Wil-
    lard who was chosen to the Criminal
    Baseball practice is continuing ev-
    ery Sunday morning on Washington
    Field. The team is getting some good
    practice and with the help of Sol
    Kotler. is developing into a first class
    ball club.
    The bowling tournament has been
    started and teams are being picked.
    They have been practicing Tuesday
    nights after the meeting on the Y. SI.
    II. A. bowling alleys.
    The ping-pong tournament has been
    completed and Lester Leibovitz de-
    clared winner as a result of his re-
    cent win over Sol Aronovitz. Anoth- ;
    er tournament is being drawn up and
    games will be started shortly.
    JOHN J. LINDSEY
    Candidate for Re-election
    STATE LEGISLATURE
    Group Two
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    DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES
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    U. S. SENATOR
    CLAUDE PEPPER
    HAS MADE GOOD
    RETURN HIM FOR
    A FULL TERM
    (Pd. Political Adv.
    ed in the Florida Legislature from
    Sladison County and was a member
    of the Educational Committee during
    his service. He has served on the
    Hoard of School Trustees in District
    .'{ for six years, four of which he
    served as president. He has beeu
    known as an able ami interested pat-
    ron of the schools, having nine chil-
    dren who attended and now attend
    the public schools. During his term
    In office lie has reorganized the busi-
    ne-s end of the system and saved the
    taxpayers thousands of dollars. He
    asks for re-election as a member of
    the Dade County School Board on
    his record of service to the people and
    his accomplish!!.....ts while in office.
    Y. M. H. A. NOTES
    (Continued From Page Four)
    tion. the "Y's" own Boy Scout Troop
    No. ft perfected their routine for the
    drill competition to he held Thursday
    night. April 28th. at the Sliami Ball
    I'ark. Northwest Sixteenth Avenue
    and Third Street. "Strut your stuff
    boysbe proud1comes in staccato
    commands from a stocky, fair-haired
    man in his early forties, of rather
    short Stature who is responsible for
    the remarkable proficiency of our
    boys. Our physical supervisor, Cap-
    tain Bcrgida.
    As a palling shot to the parents
    of our V boys. Captain Bergida wants
    to send tliis message"Try to under-
    stand your boy, lie is now on the
    verge of manhood and what you do
    for and to him will stay with him all
    his days and hi' transmitted to future
    generations. Carry on our work at
    home with him. tell him as wedo,
    Hold your head upstint your stuff
    Be proud'."
    Good work Captaincarry onwe
    will "Be Proud!"
    mondball team. Pitchers, Abe Winer,
    and Stanley Weinkle, catcher, Harry
    Golden, first base, Nat Blumberg,
    second base Frank Rose, third baso
    Bernie Frank, shortstop Ralph Gross-
    man, short-field Al Kcisman and Izzy
    Slayerowit/.. left- field Davis Lucka-
    witz, eentii- field Leo Lipowsky. right
    field Normy Thaler, Sam Tendrich
    and Abe ISerkowitz. We know that
    the "V" is going to have the best
    looking team on the fihl. now for the
    looking team on the field, now for the
    SIRS. ANNA BRKNNKR MANKES
    TO ADDRESS JUNIOR V Jf. H. A.
    Mis. Anna Brenner Siankes, promi-
    nent Sliami attorney and more recent-
    ly a delegate to the World Zionist
    convention held last year in Zurich,
    Switzerland, will speak to the mem-
    bers and friends of the Junior "Y"
    at tin' regular Slonilay meeting. Ev-
    eryone is cordially invited. Time is
    0:00 p. m.
    Come to the Y. M. II. A. Bazaar
    Slay IB,
    Plans have been made by the Junior
    Y. SI. II. A., to sponsor a dance to
    be held Sunday Slay JO. Slusic will
    i be furnished by Sherwood Lcvine.
    Sliss Ethel Pont is chairman and
    promises more complete details for
    next week's edition.
    Come to the Y. SI. II. A. Bazaar
    Slay 1.1.
    .MANAGER BARNEY WEINKLE
    SELECTS TEAM
    At the conclusion of last Sunday's
    practice session Manager Dr. Barney
    Weinkle selected the following play-
    ers to represent the Y. M. H. A. dia-
    Did you know that the Senior and
    Junior Hadasaah Convention held in
    Sliami last week was the most suc-
    Cessful ever held here?
    Come to the Y. SI. H. A. Bazaar
    Slay IB.
    The Y. SI. H. A. is sponsoring a
    chartered bus to Key West on Slon-
    ilay. July 4th, leaving Sliami at 0:00
    a. in. Plans include having a picnic
    lunch at Key West, spending nbout
    four hours there and then returning
    to the "Y" club rooms for dancing
    and refreshments.
    The cost of the trip will bo fivo
    dollars. Reservations must be mado
    at once, as only a limited number of
    seats are available. Notify the sec-
    retary.
    IT'S NEW
    IT'S EXCLUSIVE
    To assure our customers of the
    very finest sour cream and cottage
    cheese, we are now sealing our jars
    with the Standard Hood Seal which
    will guarantee you receiving our
    products in the same fresh and
    wholesome condition a9 they are
    made in our sanitary plant.
    Be sure your sour cream and
    cottage cheese has this protection.
    This added service at your Gro-
    cer's or delivered to your home at
    no extra charge..
    LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES
    Alton Road at First Street
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    PAGE SIX
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    r
    CONGREGATION
    BETH DAVID
    135 N. W. 3rd Avenue
    (MIAMI'S PIONEER
    CONGREGATION)
    MAX
    1029 N.
    Offics
    Home
    SHAPIRO. Rabbi
    W. 1st Street
    Phone 2-1473
    Phone 2-217*
    LOUIS HAYVAN, Exec. Sec.
    149 N. W. 5th Street
    Phone 2-5574
    NOTABLES AT BNAI B'RITH
    CONVENTION NEXT WEEK
    We
    many
    OUR APPRECIATION
    extend our gratitude to the
    worshippera who attended out
    serviws the lasl da; of Passover, for
    their splendid response to our appeal
    toward tin* maintenai..... of our relig-
    ions institution. Cloae to five hnn-
    ,1ml dollars was pledged and paid by
    the members and Wends of Beth
    David. In addition to tin- amount
    raised, we were delighted to not,, the
    ittitude of many prospective
    members toward our congregation.
    BETH DAVID ANNUAL PICNIC
    We reiterate that our annual picnic
    will be held :ii the Las "las Casino,
    Fort Lauderdale Sunday, May 22nd.
    Mr. Stanley C. Myers will !" in
    charge of arrangements. W'' express
    our thanks to Mr. Myers for hi* kind
    conseflt, year after year, to take over
    ill,' entire preparation of games and
    sports I'm- Ho, picnic. Mrs. -T. Bngler
    ill be in charge "f refreshments and
    general arrangements. Mrs. Bngler
    will be assisted by members of the
    Beth David Sisterh.....1. Our appre-
    ciation t" Mrs. Bngler.
    BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
    Thin' is no (Icnilit thai without the
    able assistance of the Beth David
    Sisterhood, it would have bean imp is-
    sible to continue the constructive re-
    ligious work of our institution At
    the monthly meeting of our Sister-
    hood, election of officers took place
    We extend congratulations to Mm.
    Harry Oliphant. president; Mrs. Isi-
    dor Cohen, first vice-president; Mrs.
    J. Bugler, second vice-president: the
    other officers and members of th<"
    board of directors who are the newly
    elected officers. May the Almighty
    ve you strength and character to
    work "unitedly"' for the cause of our
    ; eople. To Mrs. Bol Rotfort, re'irinj
    president and her outgoing officers,
    uccepl the gratitude of nil
    member* and friends, particularly the
    platitude of our hundreds of chl dren,
    your splendid i.....Deration and
    work, the pasl two years in prividitig
    md religions training t" them
    OUR siNDAV SCHOOIi
    We are delighted at the fine atten
    dance at our Sunday School classes.
    We trust thai our children wil
    tinue i........ie regularly and punctu-
    ally until the closing exercises Bun-
    day, Maj 29. Final examination's will
    take place Sunday morning, May 1".
    Children are urged to bring t'nii
    work up-to-date if they desire to bi
    advanced. Parents, please be cognls-
    nnt of tin- religious work accomplished
    by your children,
    LI-ZAECHER-OLOM
    The following "Yanneiten" (anni-
    versaries ol deceased) were observed
    this month of Sisan and will be ob-
    served In the month of Iyar.
    Moshe Maer ben Bhmuel, father of
    Mrs. J. Bngler, 8rd Nissan, April 4.
    Naphtall Herta ben Tisroel husband
    of Anna Greenfield, fith of Nissan.
    April 7.
    Gitel Leah has Avrohom, mother of
    Louil Mushnwk. Tth Nissan. April 8.1
    Bbloma Aron ben Shmuel Elijohu
    Halevi, father of ('has. Leviston, 9th!
    of Nissan. April 10.
    Baela has Mose Chaim. mother of
    Uta.fi. Bngler. !>tli Nisan, April 10.
    Borah has Dovid, mother <>f Mrs.
    Jean Beitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas, 15th
    Nissan, April 16.
    Shloms ben Znev, father of Joe
    Markowilz. 17th Nissan. April 18.
    Fruina Brocha has Yaacov. mother
    of Mose Rippa, -1st Nissan, April 2-J.
    SSolmen loel ben xehunda Holevl,
    father of Joe Weintraub, 22nd Nis-
    san. April 23.
    Soreh Rochel baa Xisroel, motlnr
    of Meyer Bchwarts, 28rd Nissan,
    April 2*.
    Basyoh has Chaim Hirsh, mother
    of Lillian Stine, 23rd Nissan, April
    24.
    i ga Chaya has Nocanm, mother
    of Lawrence Sapero, 84th Nissan.
    April 1'."..
    Mendel Yosel ben Gershon, brother
    of Mrs. Meyer Bchwarts, 24th Nissan.
    April 25.
    Mayer xosef ben Avrohom, father
    of Isidore Brown, 26th Nissan, April
    27.
    Yisiuii Moshe ben Dovid, father of
    Win. Perlman, 28th Nisan, April 29.
    Zobel Kaler, father of Morris Kalcr,
    lili lyar. May 5.
    Basyoh Chayoh has Xitschok Hirsh,
    mother of Ida Jackson, 5th Iyar, May
    B.
    Miriam Raeca bas Oser Hirsh
    mother of Mrs. II. Rayvis, 5th Iyar/
    May ti.
    FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1938
    0RAYN00
    "OUR LIGHT"
    BV DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
    CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM^
    EOtADEira'V,!!.',,!,.1,0,,RISASK01,..--r,v
    1012 HARWELL STRBBT j
    SPEAKER BANKHEAD
    Mindel has Mordechai, mother
    Koerner, (ith lyar. May 7.
    nf I.
    Farvi-1 hen Zolmen, father
    Koerner, ltlth lyar, May 11.
    of I.
    Yechekel ben Yehuda, father of I.
    Rosengarten, 11th Iyar. May 12.
    Basyoh bus Yaacov, mother of Isi-
    dore Brown. 1 Ith Iyar, May 15.
    Titschok Laeb ben Moshe, father
    of Mrs. Philip Segall, 15th Iyar.
    May Hi.
    Shloma ben Avrohom. father of
    Mrs. S. .1. Pallot, 18th Iyar. May 19.
    Tziviah has Don. mother of Nat
    Until.. 18th Iyar, May 19.
    Vi.n ben laser, husband of Mrs. J.
    Behrmann, 18th Iyar, May 19,
    Zaev Volf ben Shmuel. father of
    Herman Rubin. 28rd Iyar, May 24.
    Moshe Shmuel ben Bholom Zavel,
    father of Mrs. Max Bhapiro, 23rd
    Iyar. May 24.
    "May their souls be bound up in
    the bond of Eternal Life."
    PLEASE NOTE
    "Yahrzi iii'ii" are observed from the
    evening before English date mention-
    ed to sunset "i dan- menti.......I.
    Yahrzi'ii" candles are lit the evening
    before.
    BNAI BRITH CONVENTION
    Due to the unfortunate illness of
    President Barney Cohen, local lodge
    1068 is being conducted by Vice-Pros
    ident Nathan Herman. All commit
    tees have been working very hard ar-
    ranging the Southern District cnvn-
    rJon to be held in Orlando on May 20
    and SO.
    JUNIOR LEAGUE PLA*
    The following caal has been selected
    for the Junior League play "Herring,"
    William. Leiberman, Pat Nadler, Belle
    Nnbin. Orwin Leiberman, Rita Heller,
    Ansel Wittensteln, Zelda Barman,
    Phil Opper and Morris Haimowiti.
    The play is being coached by Mrs.
    Bachel Bkop and will be presented be-
    f,.,-,. the B'nal Brith eonvention_on
    Sunday, May 29.
    TOUR OP CENTRAL FLORIDA
    Mr. L. S. Prailkel and Rabbi Skop
    made a tour of Central Florida Jn thr
    Interests of the United Jewish Appeal,
    covering Bartow, Haines City, Winter
    Haven, Lakeland, Leesburg. Clermont
    and Mt. Dora. The Jewish commun-
    ity of Lakeland invited the Rabbi
    to conduct the final portion of their
    campaign on April 29. The Orlando
    Campaign went over the top with its
    goal of two thousand dollars. There
    was an excellent response from the
    various churches In Orlando.
    RABBI AT THE UNIVERSITY. OF
    FLORIDA
    Recently Rabbi Bkop accom-
    panied by Rabbi Adolf Burger of
    Tampa visited the Jewish students at
    the University of Florida. Thc.Rab-
    Re-Elect a Proven Friend of
    all the People
    Look at His Record
    his planned a program of Jewish stu-
    dent work to be submitted to the
    Southern District B'nal B'rlth Con-
    vention in May. The Rabbi- were
    the guests of the Tan Bpsllon Phi
    Fraternity House. They were atao
    Invited to hear Louis Untermcyer,
    famous contemporary poet, who ipoke
    at the .University. A special Pass-
    over supper was arranged for the
    Rabbis by the boys at the hoi
    Mr. and Mrs. Maio.
    FLORIDA RABBINICAL
    ASSOCIATION
    Continuing the work mapped out
    at the recent Florida, Rabbinical As-
    sociation Convention held in Miami,
    letters have been mailed to all offi-
    cers of Florida congregations to iffl-
    Hate themselves with the Florida As-
    sociation. To map out plan- for the
    nexl convention to be held in Orlando
    after Buccoth, Rabbis Adolf I
    of Tampa and Israel Klelnfeld of
    Daytona Beach Blended a comi
    i.....iting ai the holm- of Rabbi Morris
    A. Skop where they were the
    for Chal Hamoed.
    Barney .1. Cohen, president of the
    Orlando B'nal B'rlth Lodge is now
    convalescing at his home following n
    long illness. He was patient at
    the Oakland Park Hospital in Fort
    Pierce for one week, and at the
    Orange General Hospital in Orlando
    for another week. He expresses his
    deep appreciation to his many friends
    for the flowers, cards and wishes, seal
    him.
    RE-ELECT
    ALFRED M. COHEN
    YEA* fa 11
    CALENDAR
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    For the Betterment!
    Of Dade County
    Schools
    Km a copy of this calendar write
    to H. J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh,
    Pa.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN COCNTY JUDGE'S CO CRT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 8871
    RE* ESTATE OF
    BORIS BOHLACHMAN,
    Deceased.
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    FINAL DISCHARGE
    Notice is hereby given that I have
    filed my final report and petition for
    Final Discharge as Administrator of
    the estate of Boris Schlnchman. de-
    Ceased : and that on the 23 day of
    May. 1988. I will apply to thr Hon-
    orable \V. P. Wanton. County Judge
    of Dade County. Florida for approval
    of said final report and for final dis-
    charge as Administrator of the
    Estate of Boris Bchlachman, deceased.
    This 28th day of April, 1938.
    I. L. MINTZER
    E ALBERT PALLOT,
    Attorney for Administrator.
    Candidate for Re-Election
    GEORGE E. HOLT
    REPRESENTATIVE
    Group One
    (Paid Political Advertisement)
    H. EARNEST
    OVERSTREET
    Member Of
    House Of
    Representatives
    Group 3
    (Paid Political Adv.)
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    Re-Elect
    VANE.
    BLANTON
    to the Board of
    Public Instruction
    District No. 1
    (Paid Political Adv.)
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    ELECT
    WAYNE ALLEN
    AS
    JUDGE
    COURT OF
    CRIMES
    DADE COUNTY, FLORDOAJ
    Candidate for a second term
    Subject to the
    Democratic Primary, May 3
    1938.
    (Paid Political Adv.)
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    POLITICAL
    BRIEFS
    Closing the campaign for the first
    primary, Claude Pepper, V. 8. Sena-
    tor from Florida, who is a candidate
    for re-election for a full term has
    stressed the splendid esteem he is held
    in by his colleagues In the Senate;
    his support of the policies of Presi-
    dent Roosevelt in an effort to aid all
    the people of the United States to
    overcome economic depressions; to
    prevent discriminatory legislation
    against the growers of South Florida
    and similar activities for the benefit
    of Florida. Though only thirty-eight
    years old, he has taught law, served
    in the Florida Legislature, on the
    State Board of Public Welfare, Flor-
    ida State Board of Law Examiners,
    of the State Democratic Executive
    Committee and similar public offices,
    always with distinction. In asking
    for his return to the Senate he urges
    that the voters consider his record
    while in office and promises if re-
    elected to continue his battle for the
    people.
    As one who has been one of the
    "common folks" all of the time, Rob-
    ert R. Williams, now Mayor of Miami
    is a candidate for Congress from
    the Fourth District. Mr. Williams is
    appealing for the suffrage of the vot-
    ers of the area on his promise of sup-
    port for the policies of President
    Roosevelt. He has served as Justice
    of the Peace in Miami with distinc-
    tion, and for the past two years has
    been Mayor of Miami with n record
    of fighting for improvements in the
    public parks system, better and more
    streets and hospitals. He has fought
    the "special interests" and charges
    that the present recall movement and
    indictments are the result of his ac-
    tive battle against the public utility
    interests in the rate reduotion fight.
    He asks for election to Congress on
    his record in public office.
    Senator Truman G. Futch who has
    had a long and honorable career in
    the State Senate and in public office
    is now asking to be sent to the Su-
    preme Court of Florida in Group 2.
    He points to his record in office, his
    recognized ability as a lawyer and his
    knowledge of the needs and wants of
    the people as reason for his election.
    He promises a revamping of the rules
    of court so that the interests of the
    people may be served speedily and
    justly, in keeping with the require-
    ments of today rather than that of
    the archaic vague proceedings of the
    past. He asks the consideration of
    all the people in casting their vote
    for this imi>ortant office.
    "One Good TERM
    Deserves Another"
    RE-ELECT
    W. D.
    "BILL" JOYCE
    Purchasing Agent
    DADE COUNTY
    Subject to Democratic Primary
    May, 10S8
    (Paid Political Adv.)
    J. Frita Gordon, candidate for the
    State Legislature from Group 1, has
    made announcement of a matter of
    particular interest to the Jewish citi-
    zens of Dade County. Mr. Gordon
    pledges, if elected to the Legislature
    to advocate the passage of an Act
    making it a criminal offense to dis-
    tribute literature prejudicial to any
    religious group of persons. The pro-
    posed Act will be modeled after sim-
    ilar anti-Nati legislation in New
    York, Illinois and other states.
    Mr. Gordon, a prominent Miami at-
    torney, was former Assistant County
    Solicitor. His platform includes,
    among other important matters, a
    promise to provide Dade County jobs
    for Dade County people.
    standing speaker, able parliamentar-
    ian and one whose opinion was re-
    spected by his fellow Legislators. He
    fought a battle for a more equitable
    distribution of the gas tax so that
    Dade County would receive a greater
    proportion of the tax that it pays,
    and proposed to continue this fight
    in the next Legislature if he is re-
    elected. He is a member of the law
    faculty of the University of Miami
    and is a graduate of Vanderbilt Uni-
    versity Law School. On his record
    in office he asks for a return to the
    Legislature.
    Frank O. Pruitt, prominent insur-
    ance broker, former Mayor of Miami
    Shores, Chairman of the Dade County
    Budget Commission, and active in the
    welfare, fraternal and civic life of
    this area is a candidate for the of-
    fice of County Commissioner from
    District 2. A World War veteran,
    graduate of Georgia Tech, he has ac-
    quired a keen insight into the prob-
    lems of Dade Coucty affairs as Chair-
    man of the Dade County Budget Com-
    mission which more than equips him
    to cope with the duties of the office
    he now seeks. He asks for the votes
    of Dade County citizenry on his rec-
    ord in public life and his admitted
    ability.
    As President of the Dnde County
    School Board for a long time, as head
    of the State Educational Association,
    ns leader in the battle for a full
    school term in Florida schools and n
    definite living wage for all teachers
    of Florida, Henry H. Filer has be-
    come well known to Florida voters.
    He is now o candidate for Congress
    from the Fourth Congressional Dis-
    trict for the vacancy left by Congress-
    man Wilcox. Mr. Filer pledges if
    elected to fight for legislation to pro-
    tect the growers of this area agninst
    unfair tariffs and 1o otherwise work
    for legislation in the interests of the
    genernl people and those of Florida
    in particular.
    With a splendid record in the last
    Legislature in which he served his
    first term, George Edward Holt is
    asking for a return to the Legislature
    in Group 1. As a member of the last
    Legislature he championed the inter-
    ests of Dade County and established
    a record in a short time as an out-
    JUSTICE
    OF THI
    Declaring that Florida needed a
    man of sound business and govern-
    mental experience, Dave Sholtz this
    week vigorously continued his cam-
    paign for nomination to the United
    States Senate.
    The former Governor said that as
    Senator he would work industriously
    for more federal money for road im-
    provement, for more payrolls in Flor-
    ida, for new developments andVor less
    governmental interference with pri-
    vate enterprise. He declared that he
    could not guarantee enumeration for
    losses sustained by the citrus growers
    from the Mediterranean fruit fly but
    pledged he would do everything in
    his power to repay the growers.
    far greater than those of any other
    section of the State. This Commis-
    sion regulates public utilities, rail-
    roads, etc. With his recognised abil-
    ity and his knowledge of affairs the
    friends of Mr. Kehoe lay stress on his
    need on the commission and urge local
    voters to give him their support.
    Living in Miami for more than
    fourteen yen is after I Splendid record
    as States Attorney in lVnsucola. as
    Congressman from that area, Walter
    Kehoe who has practiced law here
    since his arrival in Miami is now a
    candidate for the Florida Railroad
    Commission in Group 2. Knowing
    this section and its needs he points to
    the fact that this area has never had
    n representative on this important
    commission though its interests are
    George A. Worley, a long-time resi-
    dent of this area, with a splendid rec-
    ord of service in public office is a
    candidate for re-election to the office
    of States Attorney for Dade County.
    Mr. Worley served during the World
    War in the Aviation corps, has been
    deputy clerk in the office of the Clerk
    of the Criminal Court, and served as
    assistant County Solicitor under for-
    mer Solicitor Pine and Solicitor Mc-
    Caskill, where he established a record
    as a fearless and impartial prosecutor.
    Ho was named States Attorney in
    1935 and has served in the office ever
    since. During his term lie has never
    hesitated to perform his duty in the
    interests of the public. He asks a
    return to the office solely on his rec-
    ord as demonstrated while in office.
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    his grasp of public affairs and his
    fitness for the office he now seeks.
    If elected, Senator GiUis promises to
    introduce changes in the conduct of
    the Court which will insure speedy
    and unbiased judghient in all matters
    coming before the Court.
    Senator Stuart D. Gillis who is a
    candidate for the Supreme Court in
    Group 1 points to his service as may-
    or of his home town, ns a member of
    the State Legislature for more than
    twenty years, the last several years
    as president of the State Senate as an
    indication of his ability, his fairness,
    Russel F. Hand, secretary anil past
    master of Biscayne Bay Lodge of the
    Masonic Order, now serving his 4th
    term as a member of the Board of
    School Trustees in Dade County, pres-
    ident of the Association of School
    Trustees and active in the fraternal,
    insurance and civic life of this com-
    munity, is a candidate for the Board
    of Public Instruction in District 2 to
    succeed Mr. Combs who is voluntarily
    retiring because of ill health. Mr.
    Hand in asking for the support of
    Dade County voters points to his
    record in every office he has held, to
    the fact that his own children attend
    public schools, his residence in this
    area for thirty-eight years as showing
    that he posseses the necessary qauli-
    ficatft>ns for the office he now seeks.
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    CONGRESS
    J. F. (FRITZ)
    GORDON
    YOUR CANDIDATE
    for
    STATE
    LEGISLATURE
    GROUP ONE
    SUPREME
    COURT
    Democratic Primary, /938
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    ATTORNEY
    HAS BEEN IMPARTIAL-
    COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT,
    HONEST AND FEARLESS
    'KEEP HIM THERE"
    PAT CANNON
    Join with thousands in
    swelling his 24,294 votes
    of two years ago.
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    BULLETIN
    TEMPLE ISRAEL
    of MIAMI
    137 N. E. 19th Street
    Office Phone 2-7745
    RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
    6996 Albacor- Drive6-1265
    MIAMI BEACH
    RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
    530 N. E. 31st St.2-SMS
    MIAMI
    Either or both of the Rabbit will be In the Temple every morning.
    Tou may consult with them on matters concerning the Jewish commu-
    nity, or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic
    hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In
    strict confidence.
    FRIDAY NIQHT MAKE NO ENGAGEMENTS PAY NO VISITS-
    GIVE NO PARTIES GO TO TEMPLE
    CONGREGATIONAL
    "Do not withdraw thyself from
    the congregation."HiUel.
    Services will be held at the Temple
    Friday evening. April 2thh. 1JWS at
    8:15 p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
    man will speak on the weekly Rihlie.nl
    portion in his sermon entitled: "An
    OU Code f"r a New Age."
    RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
    "Even the rebuilding of the Tem-
    ple in Jerusalem is not as import-
    ant as the instruction of children."
    At the Sunday morning assembly,
    conducted hy Dr. Kaplan and Rabbi
    Zwitman. the birthdays of Allan Co-
    hen. Normn Teller, Rernadine Roth
    and Norman Rossmnn were celebrat-
    ed. Messages to the children were
    given by Mrs. Max Dobrin. our prin-
    cipal, and Mr. Lester Stein.
    LIBRARY ROOKS
    Israel Sisterhood will be formally in-
    stalled at a luncheon to be given at
    Loo!*1 Patio Grill. 7.11 Lincoln Road.
    Miami Beaib. Mrs Tobias Simon will
    be the installing officer, who will In-
    troduce the following to their new
    tasks and duties, i
    President: Mrs. Milton Travers:
    First Vice-President. Mrs. Adolpfa
    v7erthelmer; Second Vice-President,
    Mrs. Maxwell 1>. Bertocb; Treasurer.
    Mrs. Harry Serins; Recording Secre-
    tary. Mr*. Henry D. Williams; Cor-
    responding Secretary, Mrs. Harry Ru-
    bin : Financial Secretary, Mrs. Mor-
    ris Plant: Auditor, Mrs. Frank Perl-
    man.
    A report on Religious School acti-
    vities will be given by Mrs. Morris
    Plant. The tonstuiistress will be Mrs.
    I. M. Weinstein. The chairman of
    the luncheon. Mrs. Adolph Werthei-
    /
    Our Librarian. Miss Miriam Stein. Djer. will be assisted by the following
    announces that this coming Sunday | committee: Mrs. ,1. A. Richter, Mrs.
    morning. May 1st. 1888. will be the Mendel Cronier. Mrs. Max Orovits,
    last day for returning library hooks Mrs. Gordon Davis, Mrs. Larry Sa-
    Rooks brought in nfter this Sunday, pero and Mrs. Isaac Levin,
    which is the official closing day of j Reservations at the price of $1.00
    our library, will carry with them a pet peri in, may be made through the
    fine of 50c. Farents are. therefore, chairman, or at the Temple office.
    urg>-d to remind their children to re-
    turn all library books taken out dur- GENERAL
    ing the vear. Regular meeting of the Board of
    TEXT ROOKS Directors of Temple Israel will take
    Mrs. Harry Nevina, treasurer of place on Tuesday evening. May 3rd.
    Sisterhood, lias called to the at- All the members of the Board are
    of the School Hoard the fact urged to attend,
    that many of the children in our Re-i Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan are
    ligioua School have not as yet paid in Gainesville, Florida, where Dr.
    I their text iHK.ks. Knowing that Kaplan i- participating in a short
    lironi of cooperating
    with u in our work, we appeal to
    them to give this, small, yet import-
    ant matter their immediate attention.
    Mr-. Gordon Davis, ReliglousSehool
    etary, will supply you with any
    information in regard to the price of
    the text books, and will help you
    straighten out the text book accounts.
    SISTERHOOD
    ' A Woman that feareth the .I she -hall be praised." Prov. 31:30 i
    SISTERHOOD INSTALLATION
    LINCHBON
    On Monday, May 2nd. 1938, at 1:00 (
    p, the new officers of the Temple (
    niLllluAL
    BRIEFS
    Supported by such men as E. Al-
    bert Plllot and Sidney L. Segal, the
    candidacy of Pat Cannon for Con-
    gress from this area is receiving much
    favorable support throughout the area.
    He has pledged his vigorous support
    against all onti-American forces and
    to protect the interests of all his peo-
    ple regardless of race or creed. A
    native of Georgia. Cannon received
    his education in South Carolina and
    while on the police force of Miami
    where he came in 1925 he studied law
    at the University of Miami and began
    practice here. Thoroughly conversant
    with problems of government. Mr.
    Cannon made a splendid race for the
    same office against the incumbent.
    Mr. Wilcox. two years ago and re-
    ceived more than twenty-four thous-
    and votes. He has been given the
    endorsement of the Townsewd Clubs
    in this area. He is a member of sev-
    eral fraternal and civic organizations.
    He will favor legislation to correct the
    evils of the present Cuban tariff
    which has harmed this area, and all
    other legislotion necessary to advance
    the interests of nil the people.
    II. Earnest Overstreet member of
    the last Florida Legislature from
    Dade County in Group 3. is a candi-
    date for re-election in the same group.
    An ndvocate of all legislation in the
    Interests of the people. Mr. Overstreet
    who has been a resident of this area
    for thirty odd years made a splendid
    record in the last Legislature. He
    vigorously denounces every effort to
    course for ministers at the University
    of Florida. On Tuesday. April 26th,
    and on Wednesday. April 27th, Dr.
    Kaplan will speak on "The Pastor in
    Hi- Community."
    The Interfaith Hour will present
    Dr. Glenn C. James on Saturday even-
    ing, \pril 30th. ot 0:15 p. m.. over
    Station WKAT. The Jewish Hour
    will have as its speaker Rabbi Abra-
    ham A. Kellner of the Miami Ortho-
    dox Congregation. We urge nil of
    our members and friends to listen to
    both of these programs.
    M. L. MARCUS CO.
    Office Supplies and Furniture
    Desks,. Chairs, Files, Printing
    LOWEST CASH PRICES
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    ALL NORTHBOUND BUSSES LEAVE FROM W"XOjLfi
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    ......, mm -nn saw usasirat or Bfw>
    Naxi activities and points to the fact
    that while a member of the last Leg-
    islature he Openly championed a bill
    at the request "f the 1'"> B'rith
    which would outlaw nil propaganda
    against any people because of race or
    creed. He sake for re-election on his
    record i" public and private life.
    Asking for reflection to the office
    of County Purchasing Agent for Dade
    County. Wm. D. (Rill > -Toyce urges
    the voters to carefully check his rec-
    ord for the past two years so that
    the) may find that this office has
    bean idministered in the most econo-
    mical and efficient manner since it
    was established. He points to the
    fact thai he has purchased from local
    merchants wherever possible, that he
    has kept every promise made in the
    last election, and to the fact that his
    administration has saved the county
    thousands of dollars as the reosons
    for his re-election.
    gardiess of occupation. "In this way"
    ays he, "I learn of the problems and
    needs of the average men and women
    of the state."
    Truman G. Futch. candidate for
    .lustic- of the Supreme Court of Flor-
    ida, concludes his campaign nfter hav-
    ing personally contacted thousands of
    the citizens i,f the State. "I regret."
    said Futch. "that I have not been
    able to see all of my fellow citizens
    in person and talk with them but the
    great distances involved in making a
    state-wide campaign makes such an
    accomplishment impossible."
    Futch in making his campaign says
    he has made it a rule to contact just
    as many of the citizens as possible re-
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    or community life, the worry of
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    "NERVES"
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    you and your family.
    If you are Nervous, Sleepless,
    Irritable. Restless, it may be due
    to an overwrought nervous con-
    dition. If ao, you will find Dr.
    Miles Nervine a real help.
    Your Druggist has Dr. Miles
    Nervine both Liquid and Effer-
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    s bottle or package and start
    taking It today?
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    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    PAGE NINE
    _ Certified Business Directory _
    THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT-
    RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY......
    AflCORDION INSTRUCTION
    ACCOROIONS furn. to beginners;
    ,,ot necessary to buy accordion to
    .tart I guarantee beginners to play
    i, my band In 10 weeks. Accordions
    .sale J35-00 and up. Erdell Mutch-
    tor. 102 S. W. 7th St. _______
    AWNINGS
    WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND
    PARTIESCanopies. Tents. Tables,
    -hairs Umbrellas rented In all occa-
    sions LET US estimate your awning
    r ,"rements. Highest quality mater-
    pert workmanship, wide range
    r iK-Blens and colors. Blscayne Tent
    i X Co" Main office 215 S. W.
    :%AM iCne 3-6248. Beach 441 W.
    Jlst street. Phone 5-3719.____________
    awt7iNQS "that fit and satisfy"
    ACanopE? Tarpaulins Venetian
    B,,d,_ Folding Chairs for rent Es-
    SuM 1914-Thoma* Awning Co..-
    o.-.in N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2560.
    BUILDERS
    I,. E. EDWARDS, Contractor _
    Builder of Momlngside
    l.EKOY 8. EDWARDS, Manager
    6812 Hisrnync Blvd. Phone 7-2100
    In Miami Since 18
    "Let's Build a Home"
    C< iNSULT me If OM^.KBr'TSSI
    "'"jESSE E. MARCOUX
    23T5 S. W. 1st St.
    Ph. 4-1428
    BUILDING MATERIAL___
    E. J. WARNER & COMPANY
    Lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile
    Pressedwood Shingle." Hoofing
    Guilders Hardware Dupont Duco
    Paints __ ._.
    Everything in Building Material
    8128 N. E. 2ud Ave. Phones Z-1TWJ
    BUSINESS COLLEGES
    COMPLETE Stenographic """"'f
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    '"erM,,aAMSrB Phone 2-3801
    111 S. Miami Ave.
    FLORIDA'S GREATEST BUSINESS
    UNIVERSITY Nationally accredited,
    s'ocial rates. Finest equlpj.ecschoo,
    in South. Southern Business Ujlveriity
    entire 15th floor. Security Bldg. Ph.
    2-2320.
    CEMETERY SERVICE
    ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
    Repairs Contracts Alterations
    LYON ELECTRIC CO.
    The Oldest Established Electrical
    Contractor! at Miami Beach
    Photic 6-2444 Rite Service 2-0744
    HEALTH CLINIC
    Established Since 1!14
    BISCAVNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
    CO.
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    Repairing Anything Electrical
    Residential and Commercial
    815 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-128S
    FISH MARKET
    BAKER FISH COMPANY
    Always the BEST
    Wholesale and Retail
    Rtstuurants and Hotels Supplied
    CITY CURB MARKET
    ."501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-0534
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    WILL SOLVE YOUR
    HEALTH PROBLEMS
    Headaches, many other ache's, and
    pains immediately relieved by a drug-
    less technique which Is positive,
    soothing and effective in restoring
    health.
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    ment for FREE consultation.
    DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE
    ORTHO-ANATOMIST
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    47 N. VV. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St.
    PAINTING DECORATING
    Ph. L. S. Townsend 2-6803
    1866 S. W. Third Street
    LICENSEDINSUREDRELIABLE
    fainting. Decorating, Waterproofing
    "PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS''
    Furniture sprayed at your home Dries
    while you wait, ready to use. Watch
    for this uniaue paint shop. DeLuxe
    Furniture Re-finishing Shop. 243 S.
    W. 6th St.Phone 3-2440.____________
    PEST EXTERMINATING
    LANDSCAPING SOILS
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    PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard,
    Muck, Marl or Mixed ; Cow Manure
    3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In
    Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami
    Phone 4-4804, Agent will call.______
    REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS
    WE MAINTAIN n complete shop in
    which practically any make refrig-
    erator can be efficiently repaired at
    n fair price. A crew of trained mech-
    anics on duty day and night. Our
    service cars carry everything needed
    for ordinary and emergency calls..
    Ventilation and Refrigeration Semico
    Co. Phone at 3 3272 or 8 2453
    ROOFING
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    2234 N. W. 17th Ave Phone 2-660S
    r.nrice or small Jobs. Work guaranteed.
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    To Exterminate Roaches, Rate, Mice,
    Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites.
    A Confidential ServiceKates Always
    Reasonable. No Charge for Inspec-
    tion or Estimates
    MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO.
    824 First St., Miami Beach, Ph. 5 1353
    RUG CLEANING
    PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
    SANDING and Refinlshlng Floors
    Waxing and Sanding
    Better FloorsBetter Service
    Deferred Payments If desired.
    Tel. 7-3122 W. F. Payne, Jr.
    PAYNE BROS. 413 N. E. 89th ST
    LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
    ANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees
    Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for
    Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn
    dressing.
    MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO.
    :'T 11 N. \\\ 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611
    3-8612
    FLORISTS
    EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
    Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-6353
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    FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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    FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
    BLOOMING Geraniums, bougalnvlllea.
    Hibiscus, begonia, nines, crotons,
    Beloperone. Many not listed. 10c up.
    Best grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock
    soil 11.25 yd. Manure $3 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
    (Ishorne Nursery. 299_6 N. W. 57 th St.
    MARBLE. Granite and Bronze >rk:
    i ,s Mausolems. cemetery work of
    nil description. 1861 N. W. 10th Ave.
    KI'I.L. Ph. 2-1S96.__________,------------
    CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
    DRAFTING SERVICE BSTSJUSH
    PLANS, Etc.. reasonable rates,
    vnrk guaranteed. ___.
    W. PAIL MEREDITH
    Construction Engineer. Room MO,
    7087U N. E. 2nd Ave., Phone 7-47.: i.
    DETECTIVE BUREAU
    C< >NFTDENTIAL InvestigationsWe
    check your clerks, employees, am
    Irregularities. Extortion and HiacK
    Mail plots eliminated. Full dress op-
    eratives. Protect parties and Society
    functions. _..i.
    Dictooraoh and Motion picture Service
    Dependable Service Strict *****
    Member Miami Chamber of Commerce
    M. F.SMITH NATIONAL
    DETECTIVE BUREAU
    849 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203
    Nights and Holidays 4-2287
    DRESS MAKING
    WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN9
    Design Dresses to your satisfaction.
    Let us solve your dressmak ng proD-
    lems. Prloes Reasonable. Alterations
    and repairs. .__
    HELEN LEE SHOP
    2767 S. W. *v Phone <-'
    DRAPERIES
    Men"en3hop
    BETTER DRAPERIES
    Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E.
    FURNITURE REPAIRING
    FURNITURE repairing and refill
    ishlng. Do not take chances with
    ferior craftsmen. Onlv the finest of
    work done. For a real Job can
    4-1501. Estimates given 'ree-_
    Visgon Co.. Inc.. 4775 S. W. 8th St
    FURNITURE SPECIALS
    BED. COMPLETE with good mat-
    tress, $7; steel cots with pad $3.1 o ;
    dav bed complete. $0; metal rahincts,
    porcelain top tables, cheap I unfinish-
    ed furniture, chairs. 75c up : drojilcnf
    table*, $4 ; chest of drawers, $.1.45 "PI
    tables, $1 up: baby beds with mat-
    tress, $6 "P: high chairs. $2.50. Used
    furniture of nil kinds, living room,
    lining room, bedroom sets, stoves,
    ovens, electric fans etc. Also new fur-
    niture at very low prices.
    BFENA VISTA FURN. EXCH.
    3C2S N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3809
    GENERAL EQUIPMENT
    SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
    FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT
    Used Equipment at sacrifice prices
    GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
    926 N. Miami Avenue
    GOAT MILK
    Clean well flavored goat milk delivered
    Young Kid Goats for Sale during
    PassoverPaschal Lamb
    TROPICAL GOATERY
    Bird and Ludlam Road. Phone 4-55-0
    HAULING AND TRANSFER
    MOVINGPACKINGCRATING
    Baggage Transfer Freight Haul-
    ing. Careful handling of your house-
    hold furniture. Prices Right.
    COLLINS TRANSPORT &
    TRADING CO.
    8 N. W. 7th 8t.....Phone 2-S361
    LOANS
    CASH AT REGULAR
    BANK INTEREST RATES
    on
    DIAMONDS
    AutomobilesListed Stocks
    Bond!Personal I.oans
    LOANS NOT LIMITED TO J300
    MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
    46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521
    The Bank for the Individual
    TROPICAL MATTRESS CO.
    UPHOLSTERING. Renovating, Cush-
    ions. Pillows. Inner Spring. Box
    Spring. Slip Covers, telephone 4-2214
    1-day service. 2232 W. Flagler______
    BOARDING Rathing. Groom
    plucking. Modem Boarding Ken.
    nels. Dr. Major Schofield, 211 N. E.
    10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence
    Phone 4-1852.
    PICTURE FRAMING
    We Call for anil Deliver Orders
    WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
    Pictures FramedFramed Pictures
    mass Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street.
    Phone 2-2462.
    1CTUR
    FRAMING
    Viv
    EXPERT WORK Price
    very reasonable.LEARY
    PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
    1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone
    2-2034J. E. LEAKY,________,_______
    HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
    Rugs Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired
    Moth Proofing
    Orientals Our Specialty
    60 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-7798
    SERVICE STATIONS
    BAKER'S SERVICE STATION Re-
    pairs on any mnke car. PrlceB rea.
    sonable. Special attention to all makes
    of water pumps and systems for your
    home.Woco-Pep Tlolene Oil. 1601
    S. W. 32nd Ave. Phone 4-5443.
    SEPTIC TANKS
    PRECAST TESTED SEPTIC TANKS
    Installations. Repairs. Drain Lines
    Clean Outs. O'NEAL SEPTIC TANK
    CO.Specialist" Tel. 3-^7014145 N.
    W. 22nd Ave. Night and Sunday call
    3-4069.
    SEWING MACHINES
    ALL MAKES, repaired by factory ex-
    pert. 11.60 UP! parts for nil ma-
    chines. Used machines sold and rent-
    ed. Rozarth's 8400 Blscayne Blvd.
    1'i.o-e 7-1415.
    SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
    MISCELLANEOUS
    HAVE a limited number of 12-recprd
    amplified phonographs for sale; low
    prices from $40 to $75 each: these are
    coin Instruments, but can be used In
    private clubs, homes, etc. Also coin
    phonographs for Barbecues. Bars and
    Restaurants. We will give 50 records
    with each phonograph purchased by
    April 1st. Deals Automatic Music Co.,
    1600 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-6932.
    EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
    Every Business Needs the Egry Sys-
    tem. FlntPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
    HENRY E. KOPPLOW
    >_>:, X. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1171
    MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS, for 15
    years connected with (Mme. Mofl-
    habghab) is now dsing expert altera-
    tions and dressmaking In her own
    home at reasonable prices. 605 S. W.
    18th Ave. Phone 2-1010._______________
    STANLEY'S BargainsPaints and
    Screen wire, bronze or copper, SO
    and 6 1-2c ft.: galv. 3 l-2c and 4c ft.,
    Guaranteed house paint. 9oc gal. AH
    kinds bargains; household goods, gen-
    eral hard ware. We sell 'em Cheaper.
    52S N. W. 62nd St.__________________
    OFFICE SERVICE
    COMMERCIAL
    PHOTOGRAPHY
    HOSPITAL BEDSWHEEL CHAIRS
    RENTAL SERVICE
    OXYGEN TENTS
    Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and
    Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
    SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
    25 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1601
    SOLARIUM
    CONVENTIONS. Weddings, Parties-
    Commercial Photography In all Its
    branches. May we serve you. night.
    Sundays, Holidays phone 2-0008.
    Postal Building, phone 2-7836.
    GEORGE HAMPTON MACHETT
    PLUMBING
    A. L. MERRIFIELD
    Plumbing and Gas Fitting
    Repairs and Septic Tank Work
    All Work Guaranteed
    25 YEARS' experience: large ann
    small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th
    St. Phone 3-3932.
    C. J. DULBS
    . Plumbing and Heating
    Contracting. Gas Piping. I-awn
    sprinkling systems. Repairing ana
    maintenance our specialty. Tel. 5-.6.>.
    8 South Collins Ave., Blscayne I'laza
    Bldg.. Miami Bench.
    SPECIAL PLUMBING
    NEW OFFICE service for mimeo-
    graphing, stencils, public steno-
    graphy, bookkeeping, addressing, no-
    tary public; special rates for "social
    security reports and systems and for
    income tax papers.211 Ixjrralne 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.,26
    COMPLETEI-Y AIR CONDITIONED
    _______CONVENIENT TERMS______
    PLASTERING
    PLASTERING, stucco and general re-
    pairs. Patching a specialty; esti.
    mates. Phone 4-3853.
    OPTOMETRISTS
    GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
    By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc.
    Eye Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road. Ph.
    5-3580, Miami Beach. o o
    Do You Need a
    Licensed Plumber
    with 25 Years'
    Experience?
    For $1.50 Per Hour
    Whv Pay More?
    PHONES' 2-80733-4208
    Sun and Solar Turkish Baths on
    Hotel Roof
    Special Treatments Nerve Bone and
    Muscle
    Reducing TreatmentsColonle
    Irrigation
    Personal Management
    MISS ELLEN V. HARTQUIST
    Room 317 Hjtel Seville, Coral Gables.
    __________ Phone 4-4045
    STORAGE
    FIREPROOF BLDG., HEART OP
    CITY
    SPECIALIZING in personal effect*.
    Baggage room with free access.
    Bags, 50c month ; trunk $1 ; 2, $1.50
    month. Personal stalls. $1.50 month
    and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month
    and up; Private rooms, $!i month and
    up; Larger amounts of storage, 1c
    in. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13
    N. E. 2nd St. Phoue 2-1208 and we
    will pick them np.
    STOVE REPAIRING
    RADIO REPAIRS
    SHANTHE RADJO MAN
    Best Quality WorkReasonable Prices
    SHAN DESJARDINS
    1328 W. Flagler Street
    Phone 2-1219 Open Evenings
    ELECTRIC RAZORS
    ELECTRIC SHAVER
    SPECIALIST
    Schick and Shavemaster
    Good Rebuilt Shavers ........$7.50
    I. A. ANDRESS
    131 Shoreland Arcade Phone 8-4681
    SERVING MIAMI 15 YEARSWe re.
    build and j-eflnlsh water heaters
    stoves. Gas, Oil, Electric, Gasoline.
    Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant
    Equipment. "If you use ItWe service)
    it.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE
    J. F. McMalns, Mgr., 1722 W. Flagler.
    Phone 2-6369._____________ '
    TERMITE PROOFING
    TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
    Odorless Fireproof. Safe
    Old or New Buildings
    6 YEAR GUARANTEE
    Semi-Annnsl Free Inspection. Hun-
    dreds of Satisfied Customers in South
    Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively.
    TERMITE CONTROL CO
    John Severin, Mgr.
    Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St.
    TRANSFER AND STORAGE
    REFRIGERATORS
    ORNAMENTAL IRON
    DECORATIVE HOTT8W NUMBERS
    PULLBN
    METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT-
    AL IRON SCREEN DOORS
    595 N. E. 79th St. Fhone 7-i:>3r.
    ATTENTIONApartment house own-
    ers and managers, realtors banks,
    service men and restaurants. Stand-
    ard makes Refrigerators Ranges-
    repossessed and factory reconditioned.
    $45.00 up. Refrigerators guaranteed
    and serviced by our own factory re-
    frigeration engineer*. Many slr.es and
    styles. Frlgldalres. Mayflowers. Kel-
    vlnators. Unlversals. Gen. Electric,
    etc. FORD REFRIGERATOR CO.
    257-261 West Flagler St. Phone 3-7072
    1 Miami, Fla. .
    JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER &
    STORAGE COMPANY. INC.
    1000 N. E. First Ave.
    Local and Long Distance Hauling.
    Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver.
    CRATINGPACKINGSHIPPING
    Fireproof WarehousesCustom
    BondedMoth Proofing
    WE move you anywhere In U. H. A.
    Bonded and Insured carriers. Jjhone
    2-71SS. Suddath Movlnc and Storage
    Co Office in all principal cities.
    TREE MOVING
    JOHN H. WHITFIELD
    Nursery and Landscaping. Tree mov.
    Ing specialist. Best of references. 1212
    V. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727.


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    PAGE TEN
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    FRIDAY, APRIL 29
    MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
    CONGREGATION
    1546 S. W. 3rd Street
    ABRAHAM A- KELLNER, Rabbi
    RABBI'S RESIDENCE: 911 & W. 13th Court; Phone 3 5192
    SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
    Daily: Shachrls at 8 a. m.;
    Mincha at 5:30 p. ia ; Maariv.
    15 minutes after sunset.
    Sabbath services: Friday
    evening at 5:30 p. m ; Satur-
    day morning at 9:30 a. m.; Sat-
    urday afternoon at 615 p. m.
    HABANOTH CARDS
    ENTERTAINMENT
    Sunday evening. May 1. will again
    ) an important milestone in the
    eventful history of the Miami Haba-
    noth Club. A program of play and
    performance has been carded and the
    event is scheduled for the main audi-
    torium of the T. M. H. A., 1567 S. W.
    Fifth Street.. A humorous play entit-
    led "Business is Business." is coached
    by Mrs. Cecil Tannenbaum and those
    in the cast are Thelma and Barbara
    Berger. Rita Grossman. Madeline and
    Phyllis Shulman and Hope Ellen Tan-
    nenbaum. A tableau depicting the
    life of Ruth is under the direction of
    Mrs. Abraham Kellner and its parti-
    cipants are Eileen Alpert. Betty Ros-
    en. Esther Kassin. Edith Shier. Edna
    Berger. Estclle Surkin and Ruth Ros-
    enfeld. Mrs. Benjamin Rosen will ac-
    company the musical numbers and
    heard in songs will be Phyllis Shul-
    man and Irring Ginsburg. Rita
    Grossman will recite and Hope Ellen
    Tannenbaum will offer a declamation
    in honor of Mother's Pay.
    Of especial interest will be the per-
    sonal appearance of two outstanding
    guest artists who graciously agreed to
    lend their efforts towards the success
    of the evening. Cantor Victor .Tacoby
    recently of Czechoslavakia will be
    heard in a recital of Jewish music
    and Miss Josephine Roxin a noted
    and talented pianist will offer several
    selections. Marcia Harris will be
    mistress of ceremonies and a brief
    message will be given by Rabbi Kell-
    ner. j
    JEWISH RADIO HOUR
    The weekly broadcast sponsored by
    tbe local Rabbinical Association will
    again be hoard on Station WIOD this
    Sunday afternoon at 3 :30 p. m. Rab-
    bi Abraham Kellner will speak on'
    I
    MMMMMKM
    iimMiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii.MniiiiiimimiHiiiiin
    GIVE YOUR
    SUPPORT TO
    FRANK 0.
    PRUITT
    Candidate for
    County
    Commissioner
    District Number Two
    (Pd. Political Adv.)
    "Labor in the Light of the Torah."
    Cantor Nathan Wroobel will be heard
    in several vocal selections and Miss
    Josephine Roxin. a pianist of note
    will be heard in a piano recital.
    LADIES AUXILIARY
    At the last meeting of the Auxiliary
    Mrs. Louis Kotkin was named chair-
    man of the Committee on Nomina-
    tions and the report of the Committee
    will be brought in at the next meet-
    ing. Plans were also formulated for
    the forthcoming children's picnic.
    Tampa Notes
    Louis Oppenbeimer. Jr., five-year-
    old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Oppen-
    heimer. died Thursday in the Tampa
    hospital of injuries received Saturday
    night when he was struck by an au-
    tomobile on Hyde Park place near
    Plant Avenue. Besides his parents
    he is survived by a sister, Jane, and
    his grand-parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. S.
    Oppenbeimer. Funeral services were
    held Saturday morning with burial in
    Myrtle Hill Cemetery.
    were served. Those present WOW
    Mrs. Oertrvds Taylor, M -- v
    Tiillejo. Mr. and Mrs. M V
    Mrs. H. N. Sandier, Mrs 0 H BttW
    art, Joe Penney. 0, .1. Holhrf, '">
    \v. Jerkins, Tony Moacusaa, McKcn-
    eth Dorsey. Mrs. J. A. Waterman
    Mrs. Joe Waterman, Mrs Martin
    Zielonka of El Paso. Texas, and Mrs.
    David Zielonka.
    Dr. Louis Rosen hai gone to Wr>
    mingham, Ala., where he will attend
    the Chiropodist convention which wID
    be held during the week-end.
    Miss Pena Peckett, bride-elect,
    whose marriage to Mr. Al Month will
    take place May 1, will be feted :W sev-
    eral parties this week. Among them
    are luncheons aud showers. Mrs. A.
    Harscovitz and Mrs. S. Marks will
    give a shower Monday night in honor
    Mrs. R. Lots will houor Miss Peckett
    of Miss Peckett. Wednesday night
    with a handkerchief shower and
    bridge party. Miss Florence Abram-
    ovitz with Miss Tlielma Katz will fed
    the bride-elect with a breakfast Sun-
    day morning at the Cricket Tear.....n.
    Miss Peckett is the daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. H. Peckett of this city.
    I Kenan, of Follamoro, as best man and
    U1,h,rs will be 'ack vVoltwnan, Jy
    Markowits. Bud Bldnoy and Erring
    Peckett, brothers of tin bride-elect.
    ! Music will be In charge of Miss Mane
    Banford, pWnlsl 1"1 MrB- UnrrJ N'
    ' Handler u soloist A dinner for the
    family will be given immediately fol-
    lowin, the ceremony at the Forest
    Hills Country "'lub. At f>:00 p. m..
    , reception will be held for all friends
    and relatives.
    Ai meeting held recently at the
    home ol Mrs Hen Hsimovits. plans
    were begun on tha second annual don-
    or dinnei dance to be sponsored by
    the Junior Hadaesah Chapter of Tam-
    pa at the rioridian Hotel, May 20.
    Mrs. Dave l'ennnii. president of the
    organisation, appointed Mrs. Nathan
    Poller general chairman of tha event,
    which i* considered the outstanding
    affair of its kind among the Jewish
    David Martin Zielonka. young soa
    of Rabbi and Mrs. David Zielonka,
    celebrated his third birthday anniver-
    sary at a party given for pupils of
    the Lighthouse Thursday afternoon.
    Games were enjoyed and refreshments
    Miss Dena Peckett is announcing
    plans for her wedding to Al Men-h
    Sunday evening. May 1, at the Rodoph
    Sholom Synagogue with Rabbi Adolph
    Burger officiating. The bride will be
    given in marriage by her father. She
    will have her aunt, Mrs. Herman
    Marks, of Homestead, as matron of
    honor, and her cousin. Miss Roberta
    Marks, as maid of honor. Brides-
    maids will be Miss Toby Katz and
    Miss Florence Abramovitz. Little
    Estabel Herscovitz will be flower girl.
    Mr. Meiish will have his brother, Sam
    Mrs. Bellingkoff sre at present on
    wedding trip to the north an 1 pijj,.
    s|..nd some time in Washington, D
    <.'., before proceeding to Brooklyn"
    where they will reside. A
    "ceptios
    was held for the couple following the
    ceremony Thursdsy evening by Mum
    Ruth Rutkin at her home in Flor
    Vista.
    A. Z. A PRESIDENT RET CRN's
    Louis Morris, president of the Tam-
    ps Chapter No. 311, of the Aleph Z-
    dek Aleph, returned to Tampa after
    (Continued on Page Five)
    Mr. and Mrs M. Gordon, of Forest
    Hills announce the mnrrinpre of their
    daughter, Miss Minnie Gordon, to la-
    cing Bellingkoff, of Brooklyn, N. t.
    The wedding took place Thursday
    noon The bride was attended by
    her sister, Miss Alice Gordon and
    Miss Ruth Rutkin, and Abie Gordon,
    brother of the bride, served as- best
    man. Mist Gordon has lived in this
    city for about twelve years, having
    come from Boston with her family.
    She was graduated from Hillsborough
    high school in 1984, She is an active
    member of the National Council of
    Jewish Juniors. Mr. Bellingkoff is a
    native of Brooklyn, K Y., where be
    attended school and was graduated
    from New York University. He It an
    instructor of physical education in the
    public school- of that city. Mr. and
    Drama. Color. Interest
    TThe Jewish
    Festivals
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    Not a"Cure-Air
    ..just a finer Cigarette
    Old Gold does not pretend to be a "cure-all". Tht
    only magic it claims is the magic of the finest
    prize crop tobacco, brought to you as fresh as L
    left the cigarette machines. -------
    You see the House of Lorillard has been making
    fine tobacco products since George Washington's
    day. It's this skill, born of 178 years' experi-
    ence that enables Lorillard to select, age and
    blend the world's kindliest tobacco leaf into a
    mighty pleasing cigarette.
    C^nS'JiJrd quality-insurance goes further'.
    We put Old Golds in a weather-tight, double Cello-*
    vSf! SSFL^S ke6PS ^r^p^ss. dryness and
    oXr dZ I yUr clW""te enjoyment. The
    ,u .i?I*ane Jacket opens at ^e botto. of the
    the ord^ : T11"-* the ^ 0f the P*^wher*
    the ordinary cigarette package is weak..
    uS 01draClnMVetif trial PaCkage 0f *"'-
    now Old Colds tell you the rest of the stonTY
    We believe you'll find that (1) Old Coin! !l.
    Bmg any aufflber without CUaretf jJEgg,
    fif f ?nlrCrrK ly> ^bJ&Bp* COMPANY*
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