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The Jewish Floridian ( May 6, 1938 )

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wJmisti Flondiian CiB rihe Jewish HJriMty VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 18. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS NOTED LAWYER KSIGK US HEAD New Tork—Calling upon the 100,loOOmembers to carry on the fight Ingninst Nasi oppression and propaganda, Samuel Untermyer, 80-year-olil lawyer and philanthropist, last week •announced his resignation ns president and chairman of the Board of |Non-ScctarIan Anti-Nasi League, Inc., ns of April 24th. The more is made imperative, he kniil. by his advancing age, ill health land pressing public duties. "While [J regret the necessity of this step." his resignation read, I am consoled 1>y the reflection that, after more than five years of arduous and continuous service, the objects of the League have become so well known that it should from now on go forward under its own momentum. "I consider the League a great humanitarian public work, in no sense sectarian, (bat under rightful guidance should have the support of every civilized human being, regardloss of class, race or creed, and hope to sec it maintained under that basis." Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, Ohio, first vice-president of The League, automatically becomes national president until new officers are chosen at the League'* national AntiNazi Convention at the Hotel Edison, New Tork City, on Sunday, May 22. REP. FISH URGES U. S. RETALIATION Washington, D. C, (WNS)—If the German government, acting under the Goering decree, should seize the property of any American citizen, Jew or Gentile, Representative Hamilton Fish, New York Republican, will urge that the United States take re! prisals against the Reich either by severing diplomatic relations, by ceasing trade relations or by confiscating property in America owned by German citizens or the German Government. Speaking in Congress, Representative Fish said "we as a nation cannot afford to remain silent" if the "program of Field Marshal Goering is carried out." He added that "before any property of American citizens is confiscated in Germany it seems to ine thnt the State Department should notify the German government that .such act would be immediately resented by our government and our people.'' CONVENTION CALL IS ISSUED TO 2500 HADASSAH TO PLANT TREES AMERICAN JEWISH VOTE TO BE ASKED New Tork, (WN8)—A "yea" or "no" answer to the question "shall the American Jewish Congress, established on a democratic basis in accordance with American ideals be the representative agency of the Jews of America in defense of the equal rights I of Jews?" will be sought of all participants in a plebiscite to be held in conjunction with the democratic elections of the American Jewish Congress t., he held June 2."th. 2Cth and 27th, it was announced by Pr. Stephen S. Wise, president, and Louis ILipsky, viee-president of the Congress nt a press luncheon. This question will he one of the four on which all Jews IS yean old or over who have [registered and paid the ten cents registration fee will be asked to cast | their ballots. The other questions i are: "Do you favor the reorganization of American Jewish communities on a democratic, representative basis: and the management of all community activities (including federations and welfare funds) on the same democratic, representative principle?"; "Do you favor the establishment of a free Jewish state in Palestine?"; and "Do yon favor the continuance of the boycott against Nazi Germany, including within the boycott the recently annexed province of Austria?" In addition to expressing their opinion on these questions the voters will elect 400 delegates to an extraordinary session of the American Jewish Congress to be held simultaneously with a meeting of the administrative committee of the World Jewish Congress In New Tork, the first time in American Jewish history in which a conference of European Jewish leaders will be held in this conntry. A campaign to register 1,000.000 voters for participation in the plebiscite and the elections has been inaugurated in 804 cities. Sixteen national Jewish organizations, with a CURFEW ORDERED AS ARABS DEFY NEW COMMISSION Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency) —The Palestine Government suppressed with a firm band an incipient nation-wide strike against the Technical Commission on Partition which arrived on April 27, imposing a curfew for twenty-two hours of the day on the Arab town of Jenin. The curfew, lasting for four days, was the answer to Assistant District Commissioner Walter Moffatt when the Arab tradesmen refused to heed his order to reopen their shops, asserting that they intended to strike against the commission. Jenin cltisens were allowed on the streets for only two hours a day, exclusively for the purpose of purchasing food between the hours of 8:00 and 10 :00 a. m. The effort of Arab leaders to organize a general protest strike had little success in Jaffa and Jerusalem, where shopkeepers rfused to suspend activities. A few shops were closed. however, in Haifa, Acre, Nazareth and Safed. Questions as to when the Commission would begin its nctive investigation of proposals for partition were answered with the announcement by Sir John Woodhcad and his colleagues that they did not propose to meet formally until they had acquired personal knowledge of the country. Therefore, they planned to tour briefly during the next two weeks to acquaint themselves with Palestine. Thereafter they would receive individuals or organisational representatives in puMic and private sessions. A hope that the deliberations of the Fortieth Anniversary Convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America to be held in New York City from May 13th to 10th will result in the reaffirmation of the "principles of civic and religious liberty which are embodied in our Constitution and have been the cornerstone of American policy from our beginnings as a nation" was expressed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a message to the National President of the Orthodox congregational union. In accordance with the President's sentiments. Mr. Weiss, in issuing the official call for the Convention, declared that one of its themes will be. "Safeguarding Judaism in America." Among other subjects which will be stressed at the Convention, he stated. | will be "consideration of the manner in which the essential principles of i Judaism can be applied to the solution of current socinl and economic prob%  lems. There is no conflict between The 800 chapters of Iladassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, and the 210 units of Junior Iladassah have launched a countrywide drive to celebrate Mother's Day by selling gift bonds for the pnrchnse of land in Palestine and by planting trees there in connection with the Jewish National Fund program of land acquisition and of reforestation of the countryside. Mrs. Herman Shulman. national secretary of Hadassah and chairman of the Jewish National Fund Council, said that the gift bond, translated into acreage in Palestine, is "an eternal bond between the Jewish people and the Land of Israel." The bonds are being sold in denominations of $.".00, $10.00. and $18.00. and all receipts from that source will be allocated to the buying of land in T'pper j Galilee, which Iladassah has pledged to "redeem." religious beliefs and civic and political privileges and responsibilities." Representatives of 2.500 Orthodox congregations of America, consisting o over a million worshippers, are expected to attend the convention which will open on Saturday evening, May 14th, with a public session at the West Side Institutional Synagogue, 120 West 76th Street. The rest of the sessions of the Convention will be held at the Hotel Riverside Plaza, West 73rd Street and Broadway, on Sunday and Monday. May 15th and 16th. The Convention Banquet, at which the speakers will include Congressmen Bruce Barton and Sol Bloom. Federal Judge Samuel Mandelbaum, Judge Nathan D. Perlman. Dr. Bernard Revel and Mr. Weiss, will be held on Sunday evening. minim inntiiiiiiini JEW 10 GENTILE By ALMA WHITAKER Editor's Note: The following are excerpts of an article which appear ed In the Los Angeles Times recently. POLAND TO CANCEL PALESTINE AGREEMENT Warsaw (WNS)—The Poliah Government has advised the Jewish Agency that after Anguat 1, it will abandon the Polish-Palestine transfer agreement by which Jewish immigrants going to Palestine can take their possessions with them in the form of Polish goods. Zionist leaders here are planning to call on the finance minister to urge a renewal of the agreement. combined membership of 500.00 have pledged their support to the plebiscite and have joined the board of elections. ,•/ If "civilization" ever enters a gentile-baiting era it will be quite horrid, as World domination by Jews has been predicted by many seers. Because, you see, although the various dictionaries define "gentile" a* (1) non-Jewish, (2) barbarian, heathen (3) athiest, most of ns do prefer to class ourselves as Christians. Tet this kindly, gentle religion of ours, based upon the teachings of Christ, to which we have built mighty temples throughout the world, is interwoven so fundamentally with the Jewish faith. The whole strength of Christ's teachings rested on these simple, merciful doctrines. When we gentiles fail to rive up to these admonitions wo are certainly stretching a point to label ourselves Christians. A much nastier definition of us would be in order. Tet particularly in Europe. Christians, gentiles, obviously regard themselves as very superior, even while they owe so much of their distinction in modern civilization to Jewish intellects. ... in science, the PALESTINE IS IN ANGLO-ITALIAN AGREEMENT London. (WNS—Palcor Agency)— During a debate In the House of Commons on the Anglo-Italian agreement, Premiisr„ Neville Chamberlain said that in case anybody thinks that Palestine was purposely omitted I would like to mention that Palestine wss also discussed in the negotiations between Lord Perth, the British Ambassador to Rome and Count Ciano, Italian Foreign Minister." The Prime Minister declared that a letter had been received by the British Ambassador giving assurance that the Italian Government would abstain from creating any difficulties and that the British gave similar assurance that the British Government intended to preserve nnd protect legitimate Italian interests in that country. At this point Chamberlain was asked by Dr. Hugh Dalton. Laborite. to explain why the understanding regarding Palestine had not been put in writing as part of the text of the agreement with Italy. In reply Mr. Chamberlain said : "I have some difficulty saying what the reason was. but the matter was not considered quite in the same order as other matters. We are perfectly satisfied with the declaration we received and the Italian Government is perfectly satisfied in return. TUNE IN SUNDAY MORNING AT 9:00 The Jewish Floridian will again present another in its series of weekly broadcasts this coming Sunday morning over Station WKAT (1500 k. c.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full of interesting news and comments and music. arts, music, literature, medicine, yea, and even government. Great Jews have played an important part in the progress and power of many nations. In the meantime, of course, our own creed assures us that "the meek shall" inherit the earth." Perhaps, after all. we are only gentiles, not Christians. T |C ON COMMITTEE Washington. D. C. (WXS)—President Roosevelt's plan for aiding refugees from Austria and Germany moved n step closer to realization when he appointed Myron C. Taylor, former chairman of the United States Steel Corporation, as the American member of the intergovernmental committee to be set up to facilitate the emigration of refugees. At the same time the President appointed four Protestants, four Catholics and three Jews to a permanent national committee to cooperate with the intergovernmental body, to serve ns a clearing for organizations and individualin the United States who will contribute to the program of aid and to direct the raising of funds to finance the emigration project. Members of the committee are: Former nigh Commissioner for German Refugees James G. McDonald, acting-chairman: Dr. Samuel M. Cnvert. general secretary of the Federnl Council of Churches, acting-secretary : Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor of Foreign Affairs; Prof. Joseph P. Chamberlain of Columbia University, former American representative on the High Comimssion for German. Refugees: James M. Speers, clinic msn of James McCutlheon & Ob., New Tork Department store, and vieepresident of the Presbyterian BosM of Foreign Misions; Rev. Joseph F. Rnmmel, Catholic Archbishop of New Orleans and executive secretary of the German Relief Committee in 1923 and 1924; Basil Harris, vice-president of tbe United States Lines, and a leading Catholic layman; Louis Kennedy, president of the National Council of Catholic Men: Paul Baerwald, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee ; Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and Bernard M. Baruch. Mr. Taylor sailed for Italy immediately after his appointment. He is expected to engage in negotiations with some of the 88 governments invited by President Roosevelt to cooperate in the refugee work. When his preliminary activities have been completed the date and locale of the first meeting of the intergovernmental committee will be announced. It is expected to be held the first week in June. Meanwhile the American national committee will meet to organize and appoint permanent officers. MOTHER'S DAY TO BE GALA EVENT The annual Mother's Day celebration of Mother's Day by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held at Temple Israel Sunday evening, May St li at 8:00 o'clock. With the Introductory remarks of Mr. Blry Stone, president of the Lodge, the program will begin with a tribute to mothers by J. Aaron Abbott chairman of the arrangements committee. A tableaux under the direction of Bertha B. Levy entitled "Mothers of Today," will be presented with Mesdames Herbert A. Simon, Melvin Davis, Elry Stone. Ida Optner, Sam Halpert, Charles Werblow, Bdward Friedman, Sam Kats. Morris Cowen. Jack Stone. Maurice Koven and Mrs. Henry Bulbin participating. Musicnf selections will be given by Mr. Arnold Volpe. Miss Selma Finbinder. Miss Ruth Stone and Mrs. Maurice Pasrroff. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will give the benediction. The public is cor| dially invited to attend.



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r.%  •*— W TTRTDAYV MAY 6, 1938 wJewist fflarid/ff&m THE JEWI8H FLORDDIAN PAGE THREE PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY P. O. Box 2i| PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenui Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183 J. I.OUIS SHOCHKT, Editor FRK1> K. SHOCHET. Circal.tmn Man* r,L.rd i -ond cln mtt*r July 4. lUSO. t the Pout Offic. >t %  nt undr tha Act of March I, Xt.lv. Miami, riurid.. ST. PETERSBURG MHS. ROSE M. ROBIN Rapreaentativa WEST PAI.M BEACH MRS. M. SCHREBNICK Kpreant4ttiv ORLANDO DORIS 8. HELLER Rtpiaaentativ* TAMPA MRS. JAY MAKKOWITZ Rcpreavntativa SUBSCRIPTION i Montna On* Yaar fl.M U.O* VOLUME ll.-NUMBER 18. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938 TAKING STOCK The liberal minded citizen, one to whom racial antipathies are extremely abhorent, in taking stock of the results of last Tuesday's primaries may now point to this area and to all Florida and truthfully utter a prayer of thanks. Bigotry as exhibited by those who surreptitiously mailed or otherwise distributed diatribes against people simply because of their race or creed a s shown by references to "Jew" gangster or "Jew" racketeer a ttempts to use the name of the Jewish people or to stir the Jewish people up against certain candidates whan there were no grounds therefor w ere decisively rebuked by the voters at the polls F inley Moore who would have barred all foreign-born citizens from office received so negligible a vote as to have made his candidacy even more ridiculous than the usual farce i n Dade County, the liberal, honest, clean thinking candidate, who believed in fair play to all citizens received overwhelming majorities There is no room for anything but Americanism was the verdict of Florida voters at the polls last Tuesday. SUBMERGING ONE'S SELF Definite action towards the realization of what we believe to be a needed factor in the life of Miami Jewry is being taken. Meetings to plan the organization of a Federation of Jewish organizations are being held. However, as is natural, certain organizations are dearer to one than are others | -and properly so. In these days of turmoil and strife, all over the world, the Jew has more than his share of all tzoros. May we suggest to all those interested in the welfare of Jewry that they must rise to the occasion t hey should. they must submerge their identity wherever consistent with the principles involved so that the greatest good for the greatest number might be accomplished. NEW TORK-A bronze baa-rellef entitled "Vision .nd Frith baa been presented to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America by the Artist, Mr. William RosenU-L The bas-relief Mi unveiled with ****** ceremonle. on Sunday, April 10. and hung in the reception room of the Seminary at Broadway and ( 22nd Street. The bas-relief mew urea SO by 45 Inches. WiamL TlDtsUL By HARRY SCHWARTZ MOTHKIt'S DAY GBBKTING Of all possessions we may have, the treat and mot precious is our mother. Remcmher her day ou Sunday, May 8th. In a most fitting fashion the Y. W. II. A. lias arranged for an elnbornte program TDeadaji May 10th to honor the %  weteat person of all, iny ami your mother. Miss Dora Kosenhoiise is ehnirinan of this annual celebration to he held at the "Y" clubrooms. Each and every one of you are urgently requested to bring your mother or somebody else's mother to this affair. The following girls of the "Y" will art as hoatessea: Mlaaea Gertrude Handel, Betty Tobias. Frances Tobias. Muriel Pallot. Rose Berkowlti Josephine Kolinan. Clarice Shier, Retty Maltaman and Ray Roth. Mis. Pearl Reisman will preside. Mrs. Shcnkman is in charge of refreshments. Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar May 15th. FREE ADMISSION TO ALL What promises to stand out as the most successful function given by the Y. M. H. A., will be this year's third annual bazaar and festival to be held at the Y. M. H. A., Sunday, May 15. Gigantic plans have been made by Chairman Ben Rerkin and his committee of Al .Pallot, Milt Friedman. Jay Roberts. Al Reisman. Pete Silverman. Jules Wilson. Jack Apte, Nat Blumberg and Harry Smart. There will be games, prizes, dancing. entertainment, refreshments, etc.. and everything that goes to make up a bazaar. A beautiful radio valued at $100.00 will be awarded as first prize plus twenty-five other prizes, to the lucky ticket holders. Among the organizations who will have booths at the bazaar are the Y. W. H. A.. Junior Y. M. H. A.. Boy Scout Troop 0 and Sioga Fraternity. Bring the whole family along. Y. M. H. A. DIAMONDBALL SEASON GETS INDEK WAY T'nheralded and unsung our Y. M. IT. A. dinmondballers Inaugurated the start of the Miami Beach League season by losing to the Shayne Drug team 7 to 5. Manager Dr. Barney Weinkle started Hy Sachs on the mound, but Hy was too wild, walking 0 men, mixed with ten hits off bis delivery to produce victory for the Shayne team. Y M. H. A. 01.1 000 010—5 7 n Shayne 221 000 20x—7 10 1.1 Scare by innings: RH E Sachs and Golden; Papineau and James, Murtha. Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar May 15th. Y. W. H. A. BOAT RIDE Flowery words are what I don't need to describe the beautiful trip we nil had on the three hour cruise aboard the •'Blscayne" last Sunday. A grand and glorious time was had hv all and another cruise under a similar setting will be very much in order, nows about it? Orchids to Skippers Rose Berkowitr and Muriel Pallot for their fine work In chairmaning the affair. Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar May 15th. (Continued on Page Six) FLOWERS FOR LAND Zionist Districts and Jewish National Fund Councils are gearing up for the Silver Jubilee observance of Palestine Flower Day during the week-end of May 15th. The above poster, displayed in a thousand communities throughout the country, expresses graphically the relationship between the fund-raising progress of the Jewish National Fund and the extent of Jewish land possessions in the country. '' Buy flowers—to buy land!'' will be the call of the Zionist volunteer corps on the sidewalks of America's cities, towns and hamlets for American participation in the Jewish National Fund's new advance in Palestine Land Redemption. DISTINCTIVE PLUMBING Now Available for Low Cost House* Ahling Both Beauty and Service The builder of a Sfl.OOn bonae under the Government's new plan need not sacrifice quality and beauty in the plumbing and equipment, the Plumbing and Heating Industries Bureau recently stated according to an annauncement by Harry Mnrkowitz. of Markowitz and Besnick. plumbing contractors of this city. Recent improvements in the design of plumbing fixtures make it possible for the builder who of necessity must observe the strictest economy to have a distinctive and colorful bathroom, a compact and attractive kitchen sink. and efficient laundry equipment. Special space-saving fixtures incorporating the maximum utility in the minimum space are available for the house in the $0,000 price range, the bureau says. Small lavatories, only nineteen Inches 'wide and seventeen Inches deep, with built-in shelf for toilet articles and attached towel bars, provide a large amount of usable apace. The combination faucet and drain control la placed In the centre, thus adding further to the practical utility of the fixture. Despite the strict economy which must be observed in the construction of the small house, all of the working or wearing parts of the plumlnb system should be of goodqaullty. This la particularly true of faucets and valves. It is important, too, that the entire system be properly designed and installed under the direction of a thoroughly experienced and qualified master plumber. •Jacksonville Notes Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Nathan announce the birth of a daughter, on Friday. April 20. in St. Vincent's Hospital. The Temple Sisterhood had a luncheon for its closing meeting in the; >eminole Hotel last Tuesday. Mrs. I. L, Kaplan, president, gave the annual report. Mrs. Leonard H. Grunthal. program chairman, presented a program. Mrs. Archie Puldy, cochairman, assisted hy Mrs. Louis R. Joel. Mrs. Leonard Orunthal and Miss Beatrice Peiser gave a humorous skit. Alice Biscow Sager gap several musical selections accompanied by W. James Crosland, talented! musician. The Jewish Progressive Society, which is affiliated with the Zionist Organization of America, will sponsor its annual picnic Sunday, May 8, at Rubin's Camp, on the old St. Augustine road, starting at 10:00 o'clock and lasting until sundown. Because? of Mother's Day, prizes will be given to the oldest, youngest and mother with the most children present. The regular meeting of the Business and Professional Women's division of Jacksonville Senior Hadassah was held In the Seminole last Tuesday day. The regular review of current events was given by Miss Margie HacBel. ZIONIST ORGANIZATION TO MEET IN DETROIT Xew York (WNS)—Detroit will b the scene of the 41st annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America, it was announced hy the Z. O. A. executive. The convention will be held from July 2nd to Jely 5th.



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i. J •~*4&mm .• FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938 THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN PAGE FIVE IKE WORLD'S WINDOW -By LUDWIG LEWISOHN B'NAI B'RITH A poouliarly horrible and heartand dying loyally for the state of r.nding incident in the persecution of which that soil remained a part and the Jews of Austria made the front at the same time not i K m.bly sustainpaft of the New York Times on April 31. Storm-troopers or men of the Gestapo, as graphically and shudder ingly related by G. E. K. (My*, that v,iy able and gifted correspondent, drove a group of fifty-one Jews, men, women and children, including the v.norable and distinguished Rabbi Perls and his sick wife, out of the villagees of Kitsee and Jagrndorf out on to a narrow break-water in the Pnnube. These people had first been stripped of all their possessions. They wendriven out into this wilderness without food or warm clothing. Villagers tried to rescue them and to perform acts of mercy. Nothing availed. For these villagers were in Czechoslavakla and the Ozechoslavnkian authorities drove the Jews back into Austria. Neither will Hungary let them enter. But when they return t.i Austria they are attacked and (.'riven forth again. A small group of them is hiding in a forest on the Hungarian side of the frontier. Our people are being hunted like wild beasts. What is known ns civilization has completely broken down in Central Europe. The jungle is back. It is futile to be indignant over the mcrcilessness of the Czechoslovaks. 'ng their own faith and their own traditions. The ancestors of the very Rabbi Perls who is now the hunted prey of the barbarians were distinguished through generations for piety and learning. The Rabbi Akiba Eger WM a native of Eisenstadt In brief: let no smug American Jew try to console himself with the notion that these Jews of the Burgenland were inferior or backward people. They were, to their honor and glory, better Jews than most American Jews, more deeply loyal to faith, tradition and people and at the same time more Austro-Gcrman in secular culture than most American Jews arc American. These men and v.omen and children who have been robbed of all they and their honorable ai.cestors had gained and arc now hunted like loathsome beasts are men and women of probity, good breeding. BRIEFS By E. ALBERT PALLOT It never rains but that it pours. It's an old adage trite but true. Not a week ago I had the pleasure of seeing an article of mine printed in a daily paper and here I am again as a columnist. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avtnne and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi 326 Jaffaraon Avinui %  Phon. f-1328 MAURICE Q. MAMCHE8, Canter 72s Meridian Avenue %  Phone 5-80*3 Had I received sufficient notice before going to press I would have written an article on observations of a secretary. For instance: why do people lislike being reminded of arrearage in dues when they know that the money couldn't go to a better cause? You know the B'nai B'rith is known as the watchdog of Juduism. It earns its title many times over. Incidentally brothers who are still delinquent =en,,, ways and tradmons They are pIww ^ '| like the Jews of Ohaha or Louisville. nnou i ar let us say. only much more deeply ____ The Nazis would probably like nothing better than to be able to drive vited my wife and me to many thousands of Jews, having first beggared them, across the frontier mid so gain two ends: add to the severe econofic problems of the Czechoslovak Republic and still further discredit this last outpost of democracy in Central Europe as sold to Jews. It is worth while going somewhat dispassionately Into the background of the historic situation. These incidents took place in the small territory known aa the Burgenland of which Eisenstadt is the capital. The Burgenland is wedged in between the borders of post-war Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia. "Under the Austrian empire it belonged technically to Hungary. The treaties of 1918 astooted in land, speech, culture. "If vou have tears, prepare to shod them now Some years ago I visited EisenUuc't. Very charming, very gracious people whose name today I dare Dot write, lest it might injure them, inbe their guests in Eisenstadt. They wen vintners and had cultivated the vine near Eisenstadt for many generations. Thus they were very deeply attached Another observation is that the brother! dislike lengthy reports. V word to the wise should be sufficient. One report at the last meeting had the brothers laughing, sleeping, or paying no attention at all depending on their attitude. If the A. '/. .A. boys keep up their pace they are going to make Sholem Lodge mighty proud to be their sponsor. Last Sunday the boys went to to" 'soil'and "folk. Their Oe'rm'a'n' wa" %  G r 5 nol,U Park for an a da y uti "R exquisite, needless to say their library admirable. But what above all they wanted to show us Americans was their lovely habitation. They bad taken a small group of houses that had belonged to the old ghetto of Eisenstadt and. as an act of memoried piety to their people and ancestors, had left the eiteriors of these houses a> they had been for centuriee. Inside they had broken down walls and thrown the several houses into one and decorated and furnished this interior in the best style, and it m and picnic. About nineteen boys enJoyed baseball, swimming, rowing, etc. I got a big kick out of seeing Dr. Harold Rand cavort with the boys and did they enjoy ducking him— "dunt ask.'' Rabbi Mescheloff will speak this Saturday morning on "Holy War." Cantor Mamcbcs will chant the service. RADIO HOUR Over station WIOD this Sunday at 3:30 p. m.. Rabbi Mescheloff will | speak on "Jewish Mothers." Cantor (Mamches will sing a number of appropriate melodies. The public is invited to listen in. SISTERHOOD ELECTS At the last meeting of the Sisterhood a new staff officers and Board of Directors were selected. Their names will be found elsewhere in the Jewish Floridian. Mrs. J. Albeit read a most inspiring report of the work of the Sisterhood during the past half year. We wish the new s>t I of officers at least as successful n .year. Let harmony prevail and all ( the aspirations of our Sisterhood for the coming year will lie realized. At the bridge party held Monday afternoon over eighty dollars traj realized toward the chandelier fund. At the graduation ezereiaea Mrs. B. H. London, speaking on behalf of the Sisterhood, presente.l Bibles to the entire graduating class, and gifts to the teachers of the Sunday School. CONGREGATIONAL At the first meeting of the Board of Directors this week, committees were appointed to immediately forward the work of our synagogue in Educational, Housing. Building. Kashruss and financial matters. Some of these committees have already met. and begun working for their respective charges. We arc certain that these committees will work energetically and successfully under the inspiration of our new president, Mr. M. B. Frank and his assisting officers. s HABA!>JOTH The nabanoth are busily engaged preparing for the entertainment to bc> given Monday evening, May 30th, at the synagogue. An excellent play, a number of songs and monologues, and) the Jewish orchestra of Greater Miami under the leadership of Mr. A. Bramson will all he on the program. Tickets are already on sale and can be had from any Habanoth member. The Habanoth. under the direction of Mrs. Mescheloff nnd Miss Malvinn Weiss, are also engaged in completing a project of making a Jewish flag for their club. HEItREW SCHOOL Although our Sunday sessions have 'closed our daily Hebrew School classes are continuing. We. urge all parents to keep their children in ntten( dance at our school. Hours will bo made most convenient for the children (luring the summer months. Rc-arrungement of euUHMI will assure tho maximum of instruction in each class. Parents of children not yet receiving Jewish instruction, arc urged to please register them if they are over six years of age. The fees are nominal. The value received is inestimable. a very good one indeed, of modern signed it to Austria. The Jewish i a „„ t„..:„. .i. !" -,.,-,.,. | derman Interior decoration We walked in their beautiful gar%  •opulation of this little laud was never large. But it is ancient and distinguished. There were traditionally Sheva Kehillot, seven eommuni' ea in the Burgenland, of which Eisenstadt was the chief. Jews are first mentioned in public documents of 1873 and 1388. But settled communitiea did not really flourish until the venteenth century under the benev' h nt feudal rule of the Esterhazy family which kept up its traditional friendship with the Jews and specif•' %  old Jewish families until n very 1 rears ago. Since 1800 the commnnidea existed steadily if they did not always flourish. At certain perwhen there were difficulties con%  ruing residence in Vienna Jews were enabled to claim fictive residence in the Burgenland. In other oids, this territory is an ancient settlement of our people who there '>"<••'• in peace and friendship with •he other inhabitants for between two and three centuries, devoted to that as almo'it native to them, living nil. dens. They showed us with a melancholy pride ns a souvenir of days forever gone the chains of the old ghetto which they willingly preserved; they took us to the Jewish grave-yard and pointed out to us the band-carved Lead-stones which bore witness to the ling and uninterrupted traditio.i of Jewish piety and craftmnnship Jewish aristocrats as well as Austrian aristocrats L oyal, cultivated, devout—citizens that any state niigbt envy. What has it availed them? What i.i their fate today? Nothing avails, neither long attachment to the land nor public ser vice nor gentle breeding nor honorable This coming 8unday the boys will co-operate with the Young JunVa and also Sholem Lodge in putting on Mother's Day programs. Next Tuesday, May 10th, we will have our regular business meeting at Beth David Talmud Torah. I'd like to see every Ben Brith who will be present at the Mother's Day program also attend onr regular meeting. Brothers, if you have sons betwen the ages of 15 and 21 have them apply for membership in the A. Z. A. Meetings are held every Monday night at the T. If. H. A. club rooms, 1507 Southwest Fifth Street. The Lodge did not hold n social meeting in April but instead "will conduct its annual Mother's Day program this earning Sunday. May 8th. The situs will be Temple Israel; the hour 8:00 p. m. The program will be most interesting. Introductory remarks will be made by President Elry Stone. .7. Aaron Abbott will deliver n tribute to Mothers. A violin solo will follow. Then, the climax, a tableau: "Mothers of Today," under the direction of Mrs. Bertha Levy, assisted by the mighty Levy Players of 20 women. Dr. Jacob Kaplan will give the benediction to conclude en In conclusion: Please come to our Mother's Day program, It's for the very best mothers you know You are the best amongst them. So won't you be sure to go? .' %  Thanks, Al, for the opportunity of being guest columnist. I trust I may be accorded the privilege again. Sincerely and fraternally, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Secretary. LEGAL NOTICE IN COCNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 8871 HE: ESTATE OF BORIS SCIILACHMAN, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that I havi> filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of Boris Scblaehman, deceased ; and that on the 23 day of May. 19.18. I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of tho Estate of Boris Schlachman. deceased. This 28th day of April. 1938. I. L. MINTZER E. ALBERT PALLOT, \ttor.v for Administrator. outstanding program. Bring your acts in peace or war. nor charity nor ^ ^ ^^ fo m faith nor good repute. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. When will a Jewish people arise in its moral might and emancipate itself and learn the lesson of this forever recurrent fate at last? %  ana CAMP FRENCH BROAD — for— JEWISH BOYS BREVAED, N. C Season From July 1st to September 1st RATES: $15.00 PER WEEK Send for Descriptive Booklet and Information to: Rabbi Samuel Wrubel Box 966 DIEECT0E Brevard, N. C. The District Convention of B'nai B'rith will be held May 2flth nnd .'10th at Orlando. The District extends from Baltimore South and outstanding Jews will attend. Matters of great importance will be taken up. The Lodge has selected its delegates. However, one need not be a delegate to attend. The greater the number of Ben Britha from Miami who will go, the greater our prestige and influence. So come one, come all. It will be quite some time before Florida is favored again with a District Convention so let's make the most of our opportunity. An excellent joke (at least I thought so) appeared in the past issue of ourB'nai B'rith Magazine. The observation was there made that Noah was the world's greatest financier—he floated a company while the whole world was in liquidation. Yes. variety is the spice of life and B'nai B'rith gives it to you. Do you "fly all to pieces" when the children are noisy, or when the vegetables burn, or when the jelly won't "jell?" Some mothers are just naturally cranky. Some mothers an cross and impatient because they are nervous. If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE won't 'do much for you. If you ar e ir ritable because your nerve* are overtaxed, DR MILES NERVINE will do a lot for you. Do you suffer from Sleeplessness, Restlessness, Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache, or Nervous Indigestion? Do you worry over trifles, start at sudden noises? Overtaxed nerves will cause all these troubles, and DR MILES NERVINE will help you to relax those overtaxed nerves. Why don't you give it a trial on our guarantee of satisfaction or your mon ey back? Your druggist can tell you about DR MILES NERVINE. He has been selling it ever since he started clerking in a drug store. Dr. Miles Nervine comes In two forms—Liquid and Effervescent Tablets. Both equally effective in quieting overtaxed nerves. Both sell for 25*" and $1.00 depending on the size of the package.



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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABHJTY AC CORDION INSTRUCTION ACCOROIONS turn, to beginners;— not necessary to buy accordion to „,.... I guarantee beginners to play in m'y band hi 10 weeks. Accordlone \ „ ..;,;.• $35-00 and up. Erdell Mutch,,. r T 02 S. W. 7th St. AWNINGS WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND PARTIES—Canopies. Tents, Tables, xhnirs Umbrellas rented In all occainns LET US estimate your awning lul ments. Highest quality mater. %  •]..irt workmanship, wide range if designs and colors. Blscayne Tent 1 AwSw Co., Main office 245 S. W. & St i'hone 3-6248. Beach 441 W. Street, Phone 6-S719. AWNINGS "that fit and satisfy"— „. s Tarpaulins — Venotian Folding Chairs for rent. Es. ,1 1914—Thomas Awning Co.,— X. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2560. BUILDERS ELECTRICIANS For Years Master Electrician of Largest and Most Famous Office Buildings in the World CHARLIE KALB MASTER ELECTRICIAN ALTERATIONS—HOUSE WIRING REPAIRS THANK YOU PHONE 7-2817 HEALTH CLDIIC PEST EXTERMINATING L, E. EDWARDS, Contractor Builder of MornJngside LEROY S. EDWARDS. Manager 8812 Hi-iayne Blvd. Plioue 7-210G In Miami Since 1898 "Let's Build a Home" '(iNSCliT me If that Is your "WISH" | will make It a "REALITY." Planucing, building, that s m> JKSSIO B. MARCOUX B W. 1st St. Ph. 4-142S ELE CTRIC CONTRACTORS Repairs Contracts Alterations LYON ELECTRIC CO. The Oldest Established Electrical Contractors at Miami Beach Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-C744 Established Sine11(14 BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Electrical Wiring—Any Size Job Repairing Auything Electrical Resident ial and Commercial S13 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-1288 FISH MARKET BAKER FISH COMPANY Always the BEST Wholesale and Retail Rvstaurunls and Hotels Supplied CITY CURB MARKET 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. W. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St, LANDSCAPING SOILS m PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard, Muck, Marl or Mixed; Cow Mauure 3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami Phuuu 4-4804, Agent will call. LANDSCAPING AND MAINTENANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees Palms and Shrubbery. Fertiliser for Flower Reds. Screened Soils for lawn dressing. MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO. 271! N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-S611 — I 3-8012 501 CITY CURB MARKET S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-G534 BUILDING MATERI AL, K. J. WARNER & COMPANY Lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile Pressedwood Shingles Roofing Itnilders Hardware Dupont Duco Paint* Everything In Bulldinf Material 8128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phones t-WW BUSINESS COLLEGES COMPLETE Stenographic ^"i"'* 1 and accounting courses. Mnibcr National Association Accredited Commercial Schools. _-p MIAMI 1U8INE8S COLLEGE Phone 2-3881 1 S. Miami Ave._ CEMETERY SERVICE MARBLE. Granite and Rronie markeraMausolems. cemetery work of ii description. 1351 N. W. 10th Ave. K1I.IPh. 2-1S96. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSE PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates, work guaranteed. W. PACE MEREDITH <". intruotion Engineer, Room 205. 7937tt N. E. 2nd Ave., Phone 7-4727. FLOOR FINISHING SANDING and Rcflnlshlng Floors Waxing and Sanding Better Floors—Better Service Deferred Payments If desired. Tel 7-.1132 W. F. Payne. Jr. PAYNE BROS, — 413 N. E. 89th ST FLORISTS EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-635S— 2-6*47. Beach Phone 5-29(1 — 807 Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th Avenue. Phone 2-3106.—Finest Assortment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami. FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WIRED ANTWHERE FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY BLOOMING Geraniums. bougalnvUlea, Hibiscus, begonia. Tines, crotons, Beloperone. Many not listed. 10c up. Best grade top soli 85c yd. Hammock soli 81.23 vd. Manure 13 yd. Ph. 7-1871. Osbor ne Nursery 2996 N. W. 57 th St. DETECTIVE BUREAU D 'NFIDENTIAL Investigations—We Cheek your clerks, employees. All ( %  regularities. Extortion and Black lots eliminated. Full dress operatives. Protect parties and Society functions. Dictograph and Motion Picture Service •T spendable Service — Strict Privacy Member Miami Chamber of Commerce M. F.SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU 549 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203 Nights and Holidays 4-22S7 FURNITURE REPAIRING FURNITURE repairing and refln ishlne. Do not take chances with forlor craftsmen. Onlv the finest of work done. For a real lob <:au 4-1501. Estimates given free.Viseon Co.. Inc.. 4775 S. W. 8th St FURNITURE SPECIALS LOANS CASH AT REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES on DIAMONDS Automobiles—Listed Stocks Bonds—Personal Loans LOANS NOT LIMITED TO 8300 MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 48 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521 The Bank for the Individual MISCELLANEOUS EQRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Business Needs the Egry Sys tern. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls HENRY E. KOPPLOW 926 N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1174 MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS, for 15 years connected with (Mme. MOQhabghab) is now delng expert alteration* and dressmaking In her own home at reasonable pricei. 805 8. W. 18th Ave. Phone 2.1010. ___ STANLEY'S Bargains—Paints and Screen wire, bronze or copper, 6c and 6 l-2c ft.; galv. 3 l-2c and 4c ft.; Guaranteed house paint. 95c gal. All kinds bargains; household goods, general hardware. We sell 'em cheaper. 528 N. W. 62nd St. OFFICE SERVICE NEW OFFICE service for mimeographing, stencils, public stenography, bookkeeping, addressing, notary public; special rates for social security reports and systems and for Income lax papers.—211 Lorraine Arca.le. Phone 3-61 HO. OPTICIAN WE GUARANTEE To Exterminate Roaches, Rats, Mice, Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites. A Confidential Service—Rates Always Reasonable. No Charge for Inspection or Estimates MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. 824 First St., Miami Beach, Ph. 54888 PICTURE FRAMING V\.' rail for and Deliver Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures— Qlaaa Frames. 172 N. W. 1st StreeL I'hone 2-2462. SEPTIC TANKS SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. EDWIN H. O'NEAL, Owner 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks" Say : "Superior Septic Tanks" REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Installations Any Size—Reasonable Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite, 484 N._Fj._57th_StreeL SERVICE STATIONS BAKER'S SERVICE STATION — Repairs on any make car. Prices 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. P HGTURT FRAMING L EXPERT WORK — Price very reasonable.—LEARY PICTURE FRAMING SHOP 1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. I'hone 2-2034—J. E. LEARY, T SEWING MACHINES ALL MAKES, repaired by factory expert. $1.50 up; parts for all machines. Used machines sold and rented. Sewing Machine Shop, 71, S. E. 1st St., Phone 2-4024. ALL MAKES, repaired by factory expert. 81.50 up; parts for all machines. Used machine* w.iii and rented. Bosarth's MOO Blscayne Blvd.— Phone 7-1415. SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES PLUMBING A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Re) all ana Septic Tank Work All Work Guaranteed 25 YEARS' experience: large and %  mall installations. Ill N. E. 20th I St. Phone 3-3932. f 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 2-1600 C. J. DULBS Plumbing and Heating Contracting. Gas Piping. Lawn sprinkling systems. Repairing and maintenance our specialty. Tel. 5-2665. B South Collins Ave., Blscayne Plaza Bldg.. Miami Beach SIGNS FOR COMMERCIAL — WALL^ OUTDOOR SIGNS TRUCK LETTERING PHONE 3-6515 RANKIN SIGN CO. 118 N. W. 2nd Avenue SPECIAL PLUMBING Do You Need a Licensed Plumber with 25 Years' Experience? For $1.50 Per Hour Why Pay More? PHONES 2-8073—3-4208 SOLARIUM RADIO REPAIRS SHAN-THE RADIO MAN Best Quality Work—Reasonable Prices SHAN DESJARDINS 1328 W. Flagler Street Phone 2-1219 Open Eveningt ELECTRIC RAZORS DRESS MAKING WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN8 N km Dresses to your satisfaction. Let us solve your dressmaking problems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations and repairs. HELEN LEE SHOP 2767 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone 4--.44 DRAPERIES 0 S enLFen^hop BETTER DRAPERIES S'hono 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E BED. COMPLETE with good mattress, $7; steel cots with pad 18.78; dav bed complete. $0; metal rabincts, porcelain top tables, cheap; unfinished furniture._ehuirs. 75c up; droplcaf tables, $4 ; chest of drawers, $3.45 up ; tables, $1 up; baby beds with mattTCM, $0 up; high chairs, $2.50. Used furniture of nil kinds, living ooom, dining room, bedroom sets, stoves, ovens, electric fans etc. Also new furniture at very low prices. BUENA VISTA FURN. EXCH. 3028 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3869 GENERAL EQUD?MENT SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT Used Equipment at sacrifice prices GENERAL TRADING COMPANY 926 N. Miami Avenue HAULING AND TRANSFER "1 MOVING—PACKING—CRATING Baggage Transfer Freight Hauling Careful handling of your houfeholil furniture. Prices Right. COLLINS TRANSPORT A TRADING CO. Sg X W. 7th St P hone 2-3361 DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specializing In Eve Examinations Fitting and Repairing of GLASSES 141 N. E. First St. Phone 1-6526 COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERMS ELECTRIC SHAVER Specialist SCHICK AND SHAVEMASTER OIL KITS—ACCESSORIES I. A. ANDRESS 131 Shoreland Arcade, Pho. 3-4581 REFRIGERATORS Sun and 8olar Turkish Baths on Hotel Roof Special Treatments Nerve Boa* and Muscle Reducing Treatments—Colenic Irrigation Personal Management MI8S ELLEN V. HARTQUIST Room 317 Hjtel Seville, Coral Gables, Phone 4-4045 STORAGE FIREPROOF BLDG, HEART 01" CITY SPECIALIZING in personal effects. 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, $5 month and up; Larger amounts of storage, lc cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., IS X. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we will pick them up. STOVE REPAIRING OPTOMETRISTS GLASSES OF DISTINCTION By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc, Eye Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road. Ph. 6-3580, Miami Beach. o o ORNAMENTAL IRON DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBERS P U L LE N METAL CRAFTSMEN. ORNAMENT. AT. IRON' SCREEN DOORS 895 N E 79lh St. Phon 7-1535 PAINTING-DECORATING "PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS" Furniture sprayed at your home Dries while you wait, ready to use. 'Watch for this unlnno oalnt shoo. D"Tx Furniture Refinlshlne Shop. 243 S. W. 6th St.—Phone 3-2440. PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL BOARDING — P.athing. — Groom plucking. Modern Boarding Ken_ neU. Dr. Malor Schofiold. 211 N. E. 10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence Phone 4-1852. ATTENTION—Apartment house own-1 ers and managers, realtors banks. service men and restaurants". Standj ard makes Refrigerators — Ranges— repossessed and factory reconditioned. $45.00 up. Refrigerators guaranteed and serviced by our own factory refrigeration engineers. Many sizes and stvles. Frleidnlres. Mayflowers. Kelvlnators. Universal"!. C.en. Electric, etc. FORD REFRIGERATOR CO.— 257-261 West Flagler St. Phone 3-7072 Miami. Fla. SERVING MIAMI 15 TEARS—We rebuild and reflnlsh water heaters stoves. Gas, OH. Electric, Oasollne. Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. "If von tise It—We servlca it.—MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE— J. F. McMalns, MgT.. 1722 W. Flagler, Phone 2-6369. TERMITE PROOFING REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS WE MAINTAIN n complete ohnp in | which practically any make refrigj erntor can he efficiently repaired at %  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 Service Co. Phone at MHI or 8-3152 TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe Old or New Buildings .1 YEAR GUARANTEE Semi-Annual Free Inspection. Hundreds of Satisfied'Customers In South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO .Tohn Seven"n. Mgr. Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St. TRANSFER AND 8T0RAGE ROOF REPAIRING ROOF TROCBLES CURED With crack-proof, non-drying whitecool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat. CHEAP AS TAR 5 Tear Guarantee: Local Proof. Free | Estimate. Phone 2-5703 RUG CLEANING HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS Rugs Cleaned. Dved and Repaired Moth Proofing Orientals Our Specialty 80 N. E. 39th Street—Tel. 2-7798 JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER A STORAGE COMPANY, INC. 1000 N. E. First Ave. Local and Long Distance Hauling. Vault" for Furs. Rugs and Silver. CRATING—PACKING—SHIPPING Fireproof Wareh mises—Custom Bonded—Moth Proofing WE move >ou anywher* s. .v. Bonded and Insured car-Ws I'hone ?-7>*. Sni'd.ath M6vtn -" %  1 Bl Co Office In nil prlncina' clti- TREE MOVING JOHN H. WHITFIELD Nursery and Landscaping Tree moving specialist. Best of re'erences. 1212 N. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727.



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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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May 6, 1938

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

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University of Florida
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wJmisti Flondiian
CiB rihe Jewish HJriMty
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 18.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
NOTED LAWYER
KSIGK US HEAD
New TorkCalling upon the 100,-
loOOmembers to carry on the fight
Ingninst Nasi oppression and propa-
ganda, Samuel Untermyer, 80-year-olil
lawyer and philanthropist, last week
announced his resignation ns presi-
dent and chairman of the Board of
|Non-ScctarIan Anti-Nasi League, Inc.,
ns of April 24th.
The more is made imperative, he
kniil. by his advancing age, ill health
land pressing public duties. "While
[J regret the necessity of this step."
his resignation read, I am consoled
1>y the reflection that, after more
than five years of arduous and con-
tinuous service, the objects of the
League have become so well known
that it should from now on go for-
ward under its own momentum.
"I consider the League a great
humanitarian public work, in no
sense sectarian, (bat under rightful
guidance should have the support of
every civilized human being, regard-
loss of class, race or creed, and hope
' to sec it maintained under that basis."
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland,
Ohio, first vice-president of The
League, automatically becomes nat-
ional president until new officers are
chosen at the League'* national Anti-
Nazi Convention at the Hotel Edison,
New Tork City, on Sunday, May 22.
REP. FISH URGES
U. S. RETALIATION
Washington, D. C, (WNS)If the
German government, acting under the
Goering decree, should seize the prop-
erty of any American citizen, Jew or
Gentile, Representative Hamilton
Fish, New York Republican, will
urge that the United States take re-
! prisals against the Reich either by
severing diplomatic relations, by ceas-
ing trade relations or by confiscating
property in America owned by Ger-
man citizens or the German Govern-
ment.
Speaking in Congress, Representa-
tive Fish said "we as a nation can-
not afford to remain silent" if the
"program of Field Marshal Goering is
carried out." He added that "before
any property of American citizens is
confiscated in Germany it seems to
ine thnt the State Department should
notify the German government that
.such act would be immediately resent-
ed by our government and our people.''
CONVENTION CALL
IS ISSUED TO 2500
HADASSAH TO
PLANT TREES
AMERICAN JEWISH
VOTE TO BE ASKED
New Tork, (WN8)A "yea" or
"no" answer to the question "shall
the American Jewish Congress, estab-
lished on a democratic basis in ac-
cordance with American ideals be the
representative agency of the Jews of
America in defense of the equal rights
I of Jews?" will be sought of all parti-
cipants in a plebiscite to be held in
conjunction with the democratic elec-
tions of the American Jewish Con-
gress t., he held June 2."th. 2Cth and
27th, it was announced by Pr. Steph-
en S. Wise, president, and Louis
ILipsky, viee-president of the Congress
nt a press luncheon. This question
will he one of the four on which all
Jews IS yean old or over who have
[registered and paid the ten cents reg-
istration fee will be asked to cast
| their ballots. The other questions
i are:
"Do you favor the reorganization
of American Jewish communities on
a democratic, representative basis:
and the management of all community
activities (including federations and
welfare funds) on the same demo-
cratic, representative principle?"; "Do
you favor the establishment of a free
Jewish state in Palestine?"; and "Do
yon favor the continuance of the boy-
cott against Nazi Germany, including
within the boycott the recently an-
nexed province of Austria?"
In addition to expressing their
opinion on these questions the voters
will elect 400 delegates to an extra-
ordinary session of the American
Jewish Congress to be held simultan-
eously with a meeting of the adminis-
trative committee of the World Jew-
ish Congress In New Tork, the first
time in American Jewish history in
which a conference of European Jew-
ish leaders will be held in this conn-
try. A campaign to register 1,000.-
000 voters for participation in the
plebiscite and the elections has been
inaugurated in 804 cities. Sixteen
national Jewish organizations, with a
CURFEW ORDERED
AS ARABS DEFY
NEW COMMISSION
Jerusalem, (WNS Palcor Agency)
The Palestine Government suppres-
sed with a firm band an incipient na-
tion-wide strike against the Technical
Commission on Partition which arriv-
ed on April 27, imposing a curfew
for twenty-two hours of the day on
, the Arab town of Jenin.
The curfew, lasting for four days,
was the answer to Assistant District
Commissioner Walter Moffatt when
the Arab tradesmen refused to heed
his order to reopen their shops, as-
serting that they intended to strike
against the commission. Jenin clti-
sens were allowed on the streets
for only two hours a day, exclusively
for the purpose of purchasing food
between the hours of 8:00 and 10 :00
a. m. The effort of Arab leaders to
organize a general protest strike had
little success in Jaffa and Jerusalem,
where shopkeepers rfused to suspend
activities. A few shops were closed.
however, in Haifa, Acre, Nazareth
and Safed.
Questions as to when the Commis-
sion would begin its nctive investiga-
tion of proposals for partition were
answered with the announcement by
Sir John Woodhcad and his colleag-
ues that they did not propose to meet
formally until they had acquired per-
sonal knowledge of the country.
Therefore, they planned to tour brief-
ly during the next two weeks to ac-
quaint themselves with Palestine.
Thereafter they would receive indivi-
duals or organisational representa-
tives in puMic and private sessions.
A hope that the deliberations of
the Fortieth Anniversary Convention
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America to be held in
New York City from May 13th to
10th will result in the reaffirmation
of the "principles of civic and reli-
gious liberty which are embodied in
our Constitution and have been the
cornerstone of American policy from
our beginnings as a nation" was ex-
pressed by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt in a message to the Nation-
al President of the Orthodox congre-
gational union.
In accordance with the President's
sentiments. Mr. Weiss, in issuing the
official call for the Convention, de-
clared that one of its themes will be.
"Safeguarding Judaism in America."
Among other subjects which will be
stressed at the Convention, he stated.
| will be "consideration of the manner
in which the essential principles of
i Judaism can be applied to the solution
of current socinl and economic prob-
lems. There is no conflict between
The 800 chapters of Iladassah. the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, and the 210 units of Junior
Iladassah have launched a country-
wide drive to celebrate Mother's Day
by selling gift bonds for the pnrchnse
of land in Palestine and by planting
trees there in connection with the
Jewish National Fund program of
land acquisition and of reforestation
of the countryside.
Mrs. Herman Shulman. national
secretary of Hadassah and chairman
of the Jewish National Fund Council,
said that the gift bond, translated
into acreage in Palestine, is "an eter-
nal bond between the Jewish people
and the Land of Israel." The bonds
are being sold in denominations of
$.".00, $10.00. and $18.00. and all re-
ceipts from that source will be allocat-
ed to the buying of land in T'pper
j Galilee, which Iladassah has pledged
to "redeem."
religious beliefs and civic and politi-
cal privileges and responsibilities."
Representatives of 2.500 Orthodox
congregations of America, consisting
o over a million worshippers, are ex-
pected to attend the convention which
will open on Saturday evening, May
14th, with a public session at the
West Side Institutional Synagogue,
120 West 76th Street. The rest of
the sessions of the Convention will be
held at the Hotel Riverside Plaza,
West 73rd Street and Broadway, on
Sunday and Monday. May 15th and
16th. The Convention Banquet, at
which the speakers will include Con-
gressmen Bruce Barton and Sol
Bloom. Federal Judge Samuel Man-
delbaum, Judge Nathan D. Perlman.
Dr. Bernard Revel and Mr. Weiss,
will be held on Sunday evening.
minim..............inntiiiiiiini
JEW 10 GENTILE
By ALMA WHITAKER
Editor's Note: The following are
excerpts of an article which appear
ed In the Los Angeles Times re-
cently.
POLAND TO CANCEL
PALESTINE AGREEMENT
Warsaw (WNS)The Poliah Gov-
ernment has advised the Jewish
Agency that after Anguat 1, it will
abandon the Polish-Palestine transfer
agreement by which Jewish immi-
grants going to Palestine can take
their possessions with them in the
form of Polish goods. Zionist leaders
here are planning to call on the fi-
nance minister to urge a renewal of
the agreement.
combined membership of 500.00 have
pledged their support to the plebiscite
and have joined the board of elections.
________ ,/
If "civilization" ever enters a gen-
tile-baiting era it will be quite horrid,
as World domination by Jews has
been predicted by many seers.
Because, you see, although the var-
ious dictionaries define "gentile" a*
(1) non-Jewish, (2) barbarian, heath-
en (3) athiest, most of ns do prefer
to class ourselves as Christians.
Tet this kindly, gentle religion of
ours, based upon the teachings of
Christ, to which we have built mighty
temples throughout the world, is in-
terwoven so fundamentally with the
Jewish faith.
The whole strength of Christ's
teachings rested on these simple, mer-
ciful doctrines. When we gentiles
fail to rive up to these admonitions
wo are certainly stretching a point
to label ourselves Christians. A much
nastier definition of us would be in
order. Tet particularly in Europe.
Christians, gentiles, obviously regard
themselves as very superior, even
while they owe so much of their dis-
tinction in modern civilization to
Jewish intellects. ... in science, the
PALESTINE IS IN
ANGLO-ITALIAN
AGREEMENT
London. (WNSPalcor Agency)
During a debate In the House of Com-
mons on the Anglo-Italian agreement,
Premiisr Neville Chamberlain said
that in case anybody thinks that Pal-
estine was purposely omitted I would
like to mention that Palestine wss
also discussed in the negotiations be-
tween Lord Perth, the British Am-
bassador to Rome and Count Ciano,
Italian Foreign Minister." The Prime
Minister declared that a letter had
been received by the British Ambas-
sador giving assurance that the Ital-
ian Government would abstain from
creating any difficulties and that the
British gave similar assurance that
the British Government intended to
preserve nnd protect legitimate Ital-
ian interests in that country.
At this point Chamberlain was
asked by Dr. Hugh Dalton. Laborite.
to explain why the understanding re-
garding Palestine had not been put in
writing as part of the text of the
agreement with Italy. In reply Mr.
Chamberlain said : "I have some dif-
ficulty saying what the reason was.
but the matter was not considered
quite in the same order as other mat-
ters. We are perfectly satisfied with
the declaration we received and the
Italian Government is perfectly satis-
fied in return.
TUNE IN SUNDAY
MORNING AT 9:00
The Jewish Floridian will
again present another in its
series of weekly broadcasts
this coming Sunday morning
over Station WKAT (1500 k.
c.) at 9:00 o'clock. It's full
of interesting news and com-
ments and music.
arts, music, literature, medicine, yea,
and even government. Great Jews
have played an important part in the
progress and power of many nations.
In the meantime, of course, our own
creed assures us that "the meek shall"
inherit the earth."
Perhaps, after all. we are only
gentiles, not Christians.
T |C
ON COMMITTEE
Washington. D. C. (WXS)Presi-
dent Roosevelt's plan for aiding refu-
gees from Austria and Germany mov-
ed n step closer to realization when
he appointed Myron C. Taylor, for-
mer chairman of the United States
Steel Corporation, as the American
member of the intergovernmental
committee to be set up to facilitate
the emigration of refugees. At the
same time the President appointed
four Protestants, four Catholics and
three Jews to a permanent national
committee to cooperate with the inter-
governmental body, to serve ns a clear-
ing for organizations and individual-
in the United States who will con-
tribute to the program of aid and to
direct the raising of funds to finance
the emigration project.
Members of the committee are:
Former nigh Commissioner for Ger-
man Refugees James G. McDonald,
acting-chairman: Dr. Samuel M. Cnv-
ert. general secretary of the Federnl
Council of Churches, acting-secretary :
Hamilton Fish Armstrong, editor of
Foreign Affairs; Prof. Joseph P.
Chamberlain of Columbia University,
former American representative on
the High Comimssion for German.
Refugees: James M. Speers, clinic
msn of James McCutlheon & Ob.,
New Tork Department store, and viee-
president of the Presbyterian BosM
of Foreign Misions; Rev. Joseph F.
Rnmmel, Catholic Archbishop of New
Orleans and executive secretary of the
German Relief Committee in 1923 and
1924; Basil Harris, vice-president of
tbe United States Lines, and a leading
Catholic layman; Louis Kennedy,
president of the National Council of
Catholic Men: Paul Baerwald, chair-
man of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee ; Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and
Bernard M. Baruch.
Mr. Taylor sailed for Italy imme-
diately after his appointment. He is
expected to engage in negotiations
with some of the 88 governments in-
vited by President Roosevelt to co-
operate in the refugee work. When
his preliminary activities have been
completed the date and locale of the
first meeting of the intergovernmental
committee will be announced. It is
expected to be held the first week in
June. Meanwhile the American nat-
ional committee will meet to organize
and appoint permanent officers.
MOTHER'S DAY TO
BE GALA EVENT
The annual Mother's Day celebra-
tion of Mother's Day by Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held at
Temple Israel Sunday evening, May
St li at 8:00 o'clock. With the Intro-
ductory remarks of Mr. Blry Stone,
president of the Lodge, the program
will begin with a tribute to mothers
by J. Aaron Abbott chairman of the
arrangements committee.
A tableaux under the direction of
Bertha B. Levy entitled "Mothers of
Today," will be presented with Mes-
dames Herbert A. Simon, Melvin
Davis, Elry Stone. Ida Optner, Sam
Halpert, Charles Werblow, Bdward
Friedman, Sam Kats. Morris Cowen.
Jack Stone. Maurice Koven and Mrs.
Henry Bulbin participating. Musicnf
selections will be given by Mr. Arnold
Volpe. Miss Selma Finbinder. Miss
Ruth Stone and Mrs. Maurice Pasr-
roff. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will give
the benediction. The public is cor-
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THE JEWI8H FLORDDIAN
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PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY
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PLANT AND OFFICES
21 8. W. Second Avenui
Phone* 2-1141; 2-1183
J. I.OUIS SHOCHKT, Editor
FRK1> K. SHOCHET. Circal.tmn Man*
r,L.rd i -ond cln mtt*r July 4. lUSO. t the Pout Offic. >t
nt* undr tha Act of March I, Xt.lv.
Miami, riurid..
ST. PETERSBURG
MHS. ROSE M. ROBIN
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VOLUME ll.-NUMBER 18.
FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938
TAKING STOCK
The liberal minded citizen, one to whom racial antipathies
are extremely abhorent, in taking stock of the results of last
Tuesday's primaries may now point to this area and to all
Florida and truthfully utter a prayer of thanks. Bigotry as ex-
hibited by those who surreptitiously mailed or otherwise distrib-
uted diatribes against people simply because of their race or
creed.....as shown by references to "Jew" gangster or
"Jew" racketeer.....attempts to use the name of the Jewish
people or to stir the Jewish people up against certain candidates
whan there were no grounds therefor.....were decisively
rebuked by the voters at the polls......Finley Moore who
would have barred all foreign-born citizens from office received
so negligible a vote as to have made his candidacy even more
ridiculous than the usual farce.....in Dade County, the lib-
eral, honest, clean thinking candidate, who believed in fair play
to all citizens received overwhelming majorities......
There is no room for anything but Americanism was the
verdict of Florida voters at the polls last Tuesday.
SUBMERGING ONE'S SELF
Definite action towards the realization of what we believe
to be a needed factor in the life of Miami Jewry is being tak-
en. Meetings to plan the organization of a Federation of Jew-
ish organizations are being held. However, as is natural, cer-
tain organizations are dearer to one than are others......|
-and properly so. In these days of turmoil and strife, all over
the world, the Jew has more than his share of all tzoros.
May we suggest to all those interested in the welfare of
Jewry that they must rise to the occasion.....they should.
.....they must submerge their identity wherever consistent
with the principles involved so that the greatest good for the
greatest number might be accomplished.
NEW TORK-A bronze baa-rellef entitled "Vision .nd Frith baa been
presented to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America by the Artist,
Mr. William RosenU-L The bas-relief Mi unveiled with ******
ceremonle. on Sunday, April 10. and hung in the reception room
of the Seminary at Broadway and ( 22nd Street. The bas-relief mew
urea SO by 45 Inches.
WiamL
TlDtsUL
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
MOTHKIt'S DAY GBBKTING
Of all possessions we may have, the
treat and mot precious is our moth-
er. Remcmher her day ou Sunday,
May 8th.
In a most fitting fashion the Y. W.
II. A. lias arranged for an elnbornte
program TDeadaji May
10th to honor the
weteat person of all,
iny ami your mother.
Miss Dora Kosenhoiise
is ehnirinan of this an-
nual celebration to he
held at the "Y" club-
rooms. Each and ev-
ery one of you are urgently requested
to bring your mother or somebody
else's mother to this affair. The fol-
lowing girls of the "Y" will art as
hoatessea: Mlaaea Gertrude Handel,
Betty Tobias. Frances Tobias. Muriel
Pallot. Rose Berkowlti Josephine
Kolinan. Clarice Shier, Retty Malta-
man and Ray Roth. Mis. Pearl
Reisman will preside. Mrs. Shcnk-
man is in charge of refreshments.
Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
May 15th.
FREE ADMISSION TO ALL
What promises to stand out as the
most successful function given by the
Y. M. H. A., will be this year's third
annual bazaar and festival to be held
at the Y. M. H. A., Sunday, May 15.
Gigantic plans have been made by
Chairman Ben Rerkin and his com-
mittee of Al .Pallot, Milt Friedman.
Jay Roberts. Al Reisman. Pete Sil-
verman. Jules Wilson. Jack Apte,
Nat Blumberg and Harry Smart.
There will be games, prizes, dancing.
entertainment, refreshments, etc.. and
everything that goes to make up a
bazaar. A beautiful radio valued at
$100.00 will be awarded as first prize
plus twenty-five other prizes, to the
lucky ticket holders. Among the or-
ganizations who will have booths at
the bazaar are the Y. W. H. A.. Ju-
nior Y. M. H. A.. Boy Scout Troop
0 and Sioga Fraternity. Bring the
whole family along.
Y. M. H. A. DIAMONDBALL
SEASON GETS INDEK WAY
T'nheralded and unsung our Y. M.
IT. A. dinmondballers Inaugurated the
start of the Miami Beach League sea-
son by losing to the Shayne Drug
team 7 to 5. Manager Dr. Barney
Weinkle started Hy Sachs on the
mound, but Hy was too wild, walking
0 men, mixed with ten hits off bis
delivery to produce victory for the
Shayne team.
Y M. H. A. 01.1 000 0105 7 n
Shayne 221 000 20x7 10 1.1
Scare by innings: R- H- E-
Sachs and Golden; Papineau and
James, Murtha.
Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
May 15th.

Y. W. H. A. BOAT RIDE
Flowery words are what I don't
need to describe the beautiful trip we
nil had on the three hour cruise
aboard the 'Blscayne" last Sunday. A
grand and glorious time was had hv
all and another cruise under a similar
setting will be very much in order,
nows about it? Orchids to Skippers
Rose Berkowitr and Muriel Pallot for
their fine work In chairmaning the
affair.
Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
May 15th.
(Continued on Page Six)
FLOWERS FOR LAND
Zionist Districts and Jewish National Fund Councils are
gearing up for the Silver Jubilee observance of Palestine
Flower Day during the week-end of May 15th.
The above poster, displayed in a thousand communities
throughout the country, expresses graphically the relationship
between the fund-raising progress of the Jewish National
Fund and the extent of Jewish land possessions in the country.
'' Buy flowersto buy land!'' will be the call of the Zionist
volunteer corps on the sidewalks of America's cities, towns
and hamlets for American participation in the Jewish Nation-
al Fund's new advance in Palestine Land Redemption._______
DISTINCTIVE
PLUMBING
Now Available for Low Cost House*
Ahling Both Beauty and Service
The builder of a Sfl.OOn bonae under
the Government's new plan need not
sacrifice quality and beauty in the
plumbing and equipment, the Plumb-
ing and Heating Industries Bureau re-
cently stated according to an an-
nauncement by Harry Mnrkowitz. of
Markowitz and Besnick. plumbing
contractors of this city.
Recent improvements in the design
of plumbing fixtures make it possible
for the builder who of necessity must
observe the strictest economy to have
a distinctive and colorful bathroom,
a compact and attractive kitchen sink.
and efficient laundry equipment.
Special space-saving fixtures incor-
porating the maximum utility in the
minimum space are available for the
house in the $0,000 price range, the
bureau says.
Small lavatories, only nineteen
Inches 'wide and seventeen Inches
deep, with built-in shelf for toilet ar-
ticles and attached towel bars, pro-
vide a large amount of usable apace.
The combination faucet and drain
control la placed In the centre, thus
adding further to the practical utility
of the fixture.
Despite the strict economy which
must be observed in the construction
of the small house, all of the working
or wearing parts of the plumlnb sys-
tem should be of goodqaullty. This
la particularly true of faucets and
valves. It is important, too, that the
entire system be properly designed
and installed under the direction of
a thoroughly experienced and quali-
fied master plumber.
Jacksonville Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Nathan an-
nounce the birth of a daughter, on
Friday. April 20. in St. Vincent's
Hospital.
The Temple Sisterhood had a lun-
cheon for its closing meeting in the;
>eminole Hotel last Tuesday. Mrs.
I. L, Kaplan, president, gave the an-
nual report. Mrs. Leonard H. Grun-
thal. program chairman, presented a
program. Mrs. Archie Puldy, co-
chairman, assisted hy Mrs. Louis R.
Joel. Mrs. Leonard Orunthal and
Miss Beatrice Peiser gave a humor-
ous skit. Alice Biscow Sager gap
several musical selections accompan-
ied by W. James Crosland, talented!
musician.
The Jewish Progressive Society,
which is affiliated with the Zionist
Organization of America, will sponsor
its annual picnic Sunday, May 8, at
Rubin's Camp, on the old St. Augus-
tine road, starting at 10:00 o'clock
and lasting until sundown. Because?
of Mother's Day, prizes will be given
to the oldest, youngest and mother
with the most children present.
The regular meeting of the Business
and Professional Women's division
of Jacksonville Senior Hadassah was
held In the Seminole last Tuesday
day. The regular review of current
events was given by Miss Margie
HacBel.
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
TO MEET IN DETROIT
Xew York (WNS)Detroit will b
the scene of the 41st annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization of
America, it was announced hy the Z.
O. A. executive. The convention will
be held from July 2nd to Jely 5th.



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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1938
THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
IKE WORLD'S WINDOW
-By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
B'NAI B'RITH
A poouliarly horrible and heart- and dying loyally for the state of
r.nding incident in the persecution of which that soil remained a part and
the Jews of Austria made the front at the same time not iKm.bly sustain-
paft of the New York Times on April
31. Storm-troopers or men of the
Gestapo, as graphically and shudder
ingly related by G. E. K. (My*, that
v,iy able and gifted correspondent,
drove a group of fifty-one Jews, men,
women and children, including the
v.norable and distinguished Rabbi
Perls and his sick wife, out of the
villagees of Kitsee and Jagrndorf out
on to a narrow break-water in the
Pnnube. These people had first been
stripped of all their possessions. They
wen- driven out into this wilderness
without food or warm clothing. Vil-
lagers tried to rescue them and to per-
form acts of mercy. Nothing availed.
For these villagers were in Czechosla-
vakla and the Ozechoslavnkian au-
thorities drove the Jews back into
Austria. Neither will Hungary let
them enter. But when they return
t.i Austria they are attacked and
(.'riven forth again. A small group of
them is hiding in a forest on the Hun-
garian side of the frontier. Our peo-
ple are being hunted like wild beasts.
What is known ns civilization has
completely broken down in Central
Europe. The jungle is back.
It is futile to be indignant over the
mcrcilessness of the Czechoslovaks.
'ng their own faith and their own
traditions. The ancestors of the very
Rabbi Perls who is now the hunted
prey of the barbarians were distin-
guished through generations for piety
and learning. The Rabbi Akiba Eger
WM a native of Eisenstadt
In brief: let no smug American
Jew try to console himself with the
notion that these Jews of the Bur-
genland were inferior or backward
people. They were, to their honor
and glory, better Jews than most
American Jews, more deeply loyal to
faith, tradition and people and at the
same time more Austro-Gcrman in se-
cular culture than most American
Jews arc American. These men and
v.omen and children who have been
robbed of all they and their honorable
ai.cestors had gained and arc now
hunted like loathsome beasts are men
and women of probity, good breeding.
BRIEFS
By E. ALBERT PALLOT
It never rains but that it pours.
It's an old adage trite but true. Not
a week ago I had the pleasure of
seeing an article of mine printed in
a daily paper and here I am again
as a columnist.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avtnne and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES ME8CHELOFF, Rabbi
326 Jaffaraon Avinui
Phon. f-1328
MAURICE Q. MAMCHE8, Canter
72s Meridian Avenue
Phone 5-80*3
Had I received sufficient notice be-
fore going to press I would have
written an article on observations of
a secretary.
For instance: why do people lis-
like being reminded of arrearage in
dues when they know that the money
couldn't go to a better cause? You
know the B'nai B'rith is known as
the watchdog of Juduism. It earns
its title many times over. Inciden-
tally brothers who are still delinquent
=en,,, ways and tradmons They are pIww ^ '|
like the Jews of Ohaha or Louisville. nnouiar,
let us say. only much more deeply ____
The Nazis would probably like noth-
ing better than to be able to drive vited my wife and me to
many thousands of Jews, having first
beggared them, across the frontier
mid so gain two ends: add to the se-
vere econofic problems of the Czech-
oslovak Republic and still further
discredit this last outpost of demo-
cracy in Central Europe as sold to
Jews.
It is worth while going somewhat
dispassionately Into the background
of the historic situation. These in-
cidents took place in the small terri-
tory known aa the Burgenland of
which Eisenstadt is the capital. The
Burgenland is wedged in between the
borders of post-war Austria, Hungary,
Czechoslovakia. "Under the Austrian
empire it belonged technically to
Hungary. The treaties of 1918 as-
tooted in land, speech, culture. "If
vou have tears, prepare to shod them
now....."
Some years ago I visited Eisen-
Uuc't. Very charming, very gracious
people whose name today I dare Dot
write, lest it might injure them, in-
be their
guests in Eisenstadt. They wen
vintners and had cultivated the vine
near Eisenstadt for many generations.
Thus they were very deeply attached
Another observation is that the
brother! dislike lengthy reports. V
word to the wise should be sufficient.
One report at the last meeting had
the brothers laughing, sleeping, or
paying no attention at all depending
on their attitude.
If the A. '/. .A. boys keep up their
pace they are going to make Sholem
Lodge mighty proud to be their spon-
sor. Last Sunday the boys went to
to" 'soil'and "folk. Their Oe'rm'a'n' wa" 'Gr!5'nol,U Park for an a" day uti"R
exquisite, needless to say their library
admirable. But what above all they
wanted to show us Americans was
their lovely habitation. They bad
taken a small group of houses that
had belonged to the old ghetto of Eis-
enstadt and. as an act of memoried
piety to their people and ancestors,
had left the eiteriors of these houses
a> they had been for centuriee. In-
side they had broken down walls and
thrown the several houses into one
and decorated and furnished this in-
terior in the best style, and it m
and picnic. About nineteen boys en-
Joyed baseball, swimming, rowing, etc.
I got a big kick out of seeing Dr.
Harold Rand cavort with the boys
and did they enjoy ducking him
"dunt ask.''
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak this
Saturday morning on "Holy War."
Cantor Mamcbcs will chant the ser-
vice.
RADIO HOUR
Over station WIOD this Sunday at
3:30 p. m.. Rabbi Mescheloff will
| speak on "Jewish Mothers." Cantor
(Mamches will sing a number of ap-
propriate melodies. The public is in-
vited to listen in.
SISTERHOOD ELECTS
At the last meeting of the Sister-
hood a new staff officers and Board
of Directors were selected. Their
names will be found elsewhere in the
Jewish Floridian. Mrs. J. Albeit
read a most inspiring report of the
work of the Sisterhood during the
past half year. We wish the new s>t
I of officers at least as successful n
.year. Let harmony prevail and all
(the aspirations of our Sisterhood for
the coming year will lie realized.
At the bridge party held Monday
afternoon over eighty dollars traj
realized toward the chandelier fund.
At the graduation ezereiaea Mrs. B.
H. London, speaking on behalf of the
Sisterhood, presente.l Bibles to the
entire graduating class, and gifts to
the teachers of the Sunday School.
CONGREGATIONAL
At the first meeting of the Board of
Directors this week, committees were
appointed to immediately forward the
work of our synagogue in Educational,
Housing. Building. Kashruss and fin-
ancial matters. Some of these com-
mittees have already met. and begun
working for their respective charges.
We arc certain that these committees
will work energetically and success-
fully under the inspiration of our
new president, Mr. M. B. Frank and
his assisting officers. s
haba!>joth
The nabanoth are busily engaged
preparing for the entertainment to bc>
given Monday evening, May 30th, at
the synagogue. An excellent play, a
number of songs and monologues, and)
the Jewish orchestra of Greater
Miami under the leadership of Mr. A.
Bramson will all he on the program.
Tickets are already on sale and can
be had from any Habanoth member.
The Habanoth. under the direction of
Mrs. Mescheloff nnd Miss Malvinn
Weiss, are also engaged in completing
a project of making a Jewish flag for
their club.
HEItREW SCHOOL
Although our Sunday sessions have
'closed our daily Hebrew School clas-
ses are continuing. We. urge all par-
ents to keep their children in ntten-
( dance at our school. Hours will bo
made most convenient for the children
(luring the summer months. Rc-ar-
rungement of euUHMI will assure tho
maximum of instruction in each class.
Parents of children not yet receiving
Jewish instruction, arc urged to please
register them if they are over six
years of age. The fees are nominal.
The value received is inestimable.
a very good one indeed, of modern
signed it to Austria. The Jewish i a___ t..:. .i.-,.,-,.,.
, | derman Interior decoration.....
We walked in their beautiful gar-
opulation of this little laud was
never large. But it is ancient and
distinguished. There were tradition-
ally Sheva Kehillot, seven eommuni-
' ea in the Burgenland, of which Eis-
enstadt was the chief. Jews are first
mentioned in public documents of
1873 and 1388. But settled commu-
nitiea did not really flourish until the
" venteenth century under the benev-
' h nt feudal rule of the Esterhazy
family which kept up its traditional
friendship with the Jews and speci-
f' old Jewish families until n very
' 1 rears ago. Since 1800 the com-
mnnidea existed steadily if they did
not always flourish. At certain per-
- when there were difficulties con-
ruing residence in Vienna Jews
were enabled to claim fictive resi-
dence in the Burgenland. In other
oids, this territory is an ancient
settlement of our people who there
'>"<' in peace and friendship with
he other inhabitants for between two
and three centuries, devoted to that
as almo'it native to them, living
nil.
dens. They showed us with a melan-
choly pride ns a souvenir of days for-
ever gone the chains of the old ghetto
which they willingly preserved; they
took us to the Jewish grave-yard and
pointed out to us the band-carved
Lead-stones which bore witness to the
ling and uninterrupted traditio.i of
Jewish piety and craftmnnship.....
Jewish aristocrats as well as Austrian
aristocrats.....Loyal, cultivated,
devoutcitizens that any state niigbt
envy.
What has it availed them? What
i.i their fate today?
Nothing avails, neither long at-
tachment to the land nor public ser
vice nor gentle breeding nor honorable
This coming 8unday the boys will
co-operate with the Young JunVa and
also Sholem Lodge in putting on
Mother's Day programs.
Next Tuesday, May 10th, we will
have our regular business meeting at
Beth David Talmud Torah. I'd like
to see every Ben Brith who will
be present at the Mother's Day pro-
gram also attend onr regular meeting.
Brothers, if you have sons betwen
the ages of 15 and 21 have them apply
for membership in the A. Z. A.
Meetings are held every Monday night
at the T. If. H. A. club rooms, 1507
Southwest Fifth Street.
The Lodge did not hold n social
meeting in April but instead "will con-
duct its annual Mother's Day pro-
gram this earning Sunday. May 8th.
The situs will be Temple Israel; the
hour 8:00 p. m. The program will be
most interesting. Introductory re-
marks will be made by President Elry
Stone. .7. Aaron Abbott will deliver
n tribute to Mothers. A violin solo
will follow. Then, the climax, a tab-
leau: "Mothers of Today," under the
direction of Mrs. Bertha Levy, as-
sisted by the mighty Levy Players of
20 women. Dr. Jacob Kaplan will
give the benediction to conclude en
In conclusion:
Please come to our Mother's Day pro-
gram,
It's for the very best mothers you
know
You are the best amongst them.
So won't you be sure to go?
.'
Thanks, Al, for the opportunity of
being guest columnist. I trust I may
be accorded the privilege again.
Sincerely and fraternally,
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Secretary.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COCNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 8871
HE: ESTATE OF
BORIS SCIILACHMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I havi>
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Boris Scblaehman, de-
ceased ; and that on the 23 day of
May. 19.18. I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida for approval
of said final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator of tho
Estate of Boris Schlachman. deceased.
This 28th day of April. 1938.
I. L. MINTZER
E. ALBERT PALLOT,
\ttor.v for Administrator.
outstanding program. Bring your
acts in peace or war. nor charity nor ^ ^ ^^ fo m
faith nor good repute. Nothing.
Nothing. Nothing.
When will a Jewish people arise
in its moral might and emancipate
itself and learn the lesson of this
forever recurrent fate at last?
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DIEECT0E
Brevard, N. C.
The District Convention of B'nai
B'rith will be held May 2flth nnd .'10th
at Orlando. The District extends
from Baltimore South and outstand-
ing Jews will attend.
Matters of great importance will be
taken up. The Lodge has selected its
delegates. However, one need not be
a delegate to attend. The greater the
number of Ben Britha from Miami
who will go, the greater our prestige
and influence. So come one, come
all. It will be quite some time before
Florida is favored again with a Dis-
trict Convention so let's make the
most of our opportunity.
An excellent joke (at least I
thought so) appeared in the past is-
sue of our- B'nai B'rith Magazine.
The observation was there made that
Noah was the world's greatest finan-
cierhe floated a company while the
whole world was in liquidation. Yes.
variety is the spice of life and B'nai
B'rith gives it to you.
Do you "fly all to pieces" when the children are noisy, or
when the vegetables burn, or when the jelly won't "jell?"
Some mothers are just naturally cranky. Some mothers an
cross and impatient because they are nervous.
If you are a natural crank, DR. MILES NERVINE won't
'do much for you. If you are irritable because your nerve*
are overtaxed, DR MILES NERVINE will do a lot for you.
Do you suffer from Sleeplessness, Restlessness, Nervous
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you worry over trifles, start at sudden noises? Overtaxed
nerves will cause all these troubles, and DR MILES NERV-
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Why don't you give it a trial on our guarantee of satisfac-
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started clerking in a drug store. Dr. Miles Nervine comes
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
_ Certified Business Directory _
THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PAT-
RONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABHJTY......
ACCORDION INSTRUCTION
ACCOROIONS turn, to beginners;
not necessary to buy accordion to
,.... I guarantee beginners to play
in m'y band hi 10 weeks. Accordlone
\ ..;,;. $35-00 and up. Erdell Mutch-
,,.r. T02 S. W. 7th St.________________
AWNINGS
WE CATER TO WEDDINGS AND
PARTIESCanopies. Tents, Tables,
xhnirs Umbrellas rented In all occa-
inns LET US estimate your awning
' ,lulments. Highest quality mater.
, ]..irt workmanship, wide range
if designs and colors. Blscayne Tent
1 AwSw Co., Main office 245 S. W.
& St i'hone 3-6248. Beach 441 W.
Street, Phone 6-S719.
AWNINGS "that fit and satisfy"
.s Tarpaulins Venotian
. Folding Chairs for rent. Es-
. ,1 1914Thomas Awning Co.,
X. K. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-2560.
BUILDERS
ELECTRICIANS
For Years Master Electrician of Larg-
est and Most Famous Office Buildings
in the World
CHARLIE KALB
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
ALTERATIONSHOUSE WIRING
REPAIRS
THANK YOU______PHONE 7-2817
HEALTH CLDIIC
PEST EXTERMINATING
L, E. EDWARDS, Contractor
Builder of MornJngside
LEROY S. EDWARDS. Manager
8812 Hi-iayne Blvd. Plioue 7-210G
In Miami Since 1898
"Let's Build a Home"
'(iNSCliT me If that Is your "WISH"
| will make It a "REALITY." Plan-
ucing, building, that s m>
JKSSIO B. MARCOUX
B W. 1st St.___________Ph. 4-142S
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
Repairs Contracts Alterations
LYON ELECTRIC CO.
The Oldest Established Electrical
Contractors at Miami Beach
Phone 5-2444 Nite Service 2-C744
Established Sine- 11(14
BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CO.
Electrical WiringAny Size Job
Repairing Auything Electrical
Resident ial and Commercial
S13 S. W. 8th St. Phone 3-1288
FISH MARKET
BAKER FISH COMPANY
Always the BEST
Wholesale and Retail
Rvstaurunls and Hotels Supplied
CITY CURB MARKET
DR. PIERCE
"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.
Dial phone 2-7186 for an appoint-
ment for FREE consultation.
DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE
ORTHO-ANATOMIST
CHIROPRACTOR
Graduate P. S. C.
Our New Location
47 N. W. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St,
LANDSCAPING SOILS
--------------------------m------------,
PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard,
Muck, Marl or Mixed; Cow Mauure
3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere In
Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami
Phuuu 4-4804, Agent will call.______
LANDSCAPING AND MAINTEN-
ANCE. Soils and Sod. Fruit Trees
Palms and Shrubbery. Fertiliser for
Flower Reds. Screened Soils for lawn
dressing.
, MELROSE NURSERY & SOILS CO.
' 271! N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-S611
I 3-8012
501
CITY CURB MARKET
S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-G534
BUILDING MATERIAL,
K. J. WARNER & COMPANY
Lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile
Pressedwood Shingles Roofing
Itnilders Hardware Dupont Duco
Paint*
Everything In Bulldinf Material
8128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phones t-WW
BUSINESS COLLEGES
COMPLETE Stenographic ^"i"'*1
and accounting courses. Mnibcr
National Association Accredited Com-
mercial Schools. _-p
MIAMI 1U8INE8S COLLEGE
Phone 2-3881 1 S. Miami Ave._
CEMETERY SERVICE
MARBLE. Granite and Rronie mark-
eraMausolems. cemetery work of
. ii description. 1351 N. W. 10th Ave.
K1I.I- Ph. 2-1S96._______________
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
DRAFTING SERVICE ON HOUSE
PLANS. Etc., reasonable rates,
work guaranteed.
W. PACE MEREDITH
<". intruotion Engineer, Room 205.
7937tt N. E. 2nd Ave., Phone 7-4727.
FLOOR FINISHING
SANDING and Rcflnlshlng Floors
Waxing and Sanding
Better FloorsBetter Service
Deferred Payments If desired.
Tel 7-.1132 W. F. Payne. Jr.
PAYNE BROS, 413 N. E. 89th ST
FLORISTS
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Flagler and Bridge. Phone 2-635S
2-6*47. Beach Phone 5-29(1 807
Lincoln Road. Office 2970 N. W. 17th
Avenue. Phone 2-3106.Finest Assort-
ment of Fresh Cut Flowers In Miami.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
WIRED ANTWHERE
FLOWERS-SHRUBBERY
BLOOMING Geraniums. bougalnvUlea,
Hibiscus, begonia. Tines, crotons,
Beloperone. Many not listed. 10c up.
Best grade top soli 85c yd. Hammock
soli 81.23 vd. Manure 13 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
Osborne Nursery, 2996 N. W. 57 th St.
DETECTIVE BUREAU
D 'NFIDENTIAL InvestigationsWe
Cheek your clerks, employees. All
(regularities. Extortion and Black
lots eliminated. Full dress op-
eratives. Protect parties and Society
functions.
Dictograph and Motion Picture Service
T spendable Service Strict Privacy
Member Miami Chamber of Commerce
M. F.SMITH NATIONAL
DETECTIVE BUREAU
549 Ingraham Bldg. Phone 3-1203
Nights and Holidays 4-22S7
FURNITURE REPAIRING
FURNITURE repairing and refln
ishlne. Do not take chances with
forlor craftsmen. Onlv the finest of
work done. For a real lob <:au
4-1501. Estimates given free.-
Viseon Co.. Inc.. 4775 S. W. 8th St
FURNITURE SPECIALS
LOANS
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
on
DIAMONDS
AutomobilesListed Stocks
BondsPersonal Loans
LOANS NOT LIMITED TO 8300
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
48 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521
The Bank for the Individual
MISCELLANEOUS
EQRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Business Needs the Egry Sys
tern. FlatPax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
926 N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-1174
MRS. TAYLOR DAMMERS, for 15
years connected with (Mme. Moq-
habghab) is now delng expert altera-
tion* and dressmaking In her own
home at reasonable pricei. 805 8. W.
18th Ave. Phone 2.1010.______________
STANLEY'S BargainsPaints and
Screen wire, bronze or copper, 6c
and 6 l-2c ft.; galv. 3 l-2c and 4c ft.;
Guaranteed house paint. 95c gal. All
kinds bargains; household goods, gen-
eral hardware. We sell 'em cheaper.
528 N. W. 62nd St. _____________
OFFICE SERVICE
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 lax papers.211 Lorraine Ar-
ca.le. Phone 3-61 HO.__________________
OPTICIAN
WE GUARANTEE
To Exterminate Roaches, Rats, Mice,
Ants, Moths, Bedbugs, Termites.
A Confidential ServiceRates Always
Reasonable. No Charge for Inspec-
tion or Estimates
MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO.
824 First St., Miami Beach, Ph. 54888
PICTURE FRAMING
V\.' rail for and Deliver Orders
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
Pictures FramedFramed Pictures
Qlaaa Frames. 172 N. W. 1st StreeL
I'hone 2-2462.
SEPTIC TANKS
SUPERIOR
SEPTIC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL, Owner
12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Don't Say: 'Septic Tanks"
Say : "Superior Septic Tanks"
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Installations Any SizeReasonable
Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite, 484
N._Fj._57th_StreeL__________________
SERVICE STATIONS
BAKER'S SERVICE STATION Re-
pairs on any make car. Prices 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.

PHGTURT
FRAMING L
EXPERT WORK Price
very reasonable.LEARY
PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
1152 N. E. 2nd Ave. I'hone
2-2034J. E. LEARY,_______________.
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SEWING MACHINES
ALL MAKES, repaired by factory ex-
pert. $1.50 up; parts for all ma-
chines. Used machines sold and rent-
ed. Sewing Machine Shop, 71, S. E.
1st St., Phone 2-4024.
ALL MAKES, repaired by factory ex-
pert. 81.50 up; parts for all ma-
chines. Used machine* w.iii and rent-
ed. Bosarth's MOO Blscayne Blvd.
Phone 7-1415.
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
PLUMBING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Re) all ana Septic Tank Work
All Work Guaranteed
25 YEARS' experience: large and
mall installations. Ill N. E. 20th I
St. Phone 3-3932. f
HOSPITAL BEDSWHEEL CHAIRS
RENTAL SERVICE
OXYGEN TENTS
Abdominal Supporters, Trusses and
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
25 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-1600
C. J. DULBS
. Plumbing and Heating
Contracting. Gas Piping. Lawn
sprinkling systems. Repairing and
maintenance our specialty. Tel. 5-2665.
B South Collins Ave., Blscayne Plaza
Bldg.. Miami Beach
SIGNS
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL^
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 3-6515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
118 N. W. 2nd Avenue ______
SPECIAL PLUMBING
Do You Need a
Licensed Plumber
____with 25 Years'
Experience?
For $1.50 Per Hour
Why Pay More?
PHONES 2-80733-4208
SOLARIUM
RADIO REPAIRS
SHAN-THE RADIO MAN
Best Quality WorkReasonable Prices
SHAN DESJARDINS
1328 W. Flagler Street
Phone 2-1219 Open Eveningt
ELECTRIC RAZORS
DRESS MAKING
WE COPY IMPORTED OOWN8
N km Dresses to your satisfaction.
Let us solve your dressmaking prob-
lems. Prices Reasonable. Alterations
and repairs.
HELEN LEE SHOP
2767 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone 4--.44
DRAPERIES
0 S
enLFen^hop
BETTER DRAPERIES
S'hono 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E
BED. COMPLETE with good mat-
tress, $7; steel cots with pad 18.78;
dav bed complete. $0; metal rabincts,
porcelain top tables, cheap; unfinish-
ed furniture._ehuirs. 75c up; droplcaf
tables, $4 ; chest of drawers, $3.45 up ;
tables, $1 up; baby beds with mat-
tTCM, $0 up; high chairs, $2.50. Used
furniture of nil kinds, living ooom,
dining room, bedroom sets, stoves,
ovens, electric fans etc. Also new fur-
niture at very low prices.
BUENA VISTA FURN. EXCH.
3028 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 3-3869
GENERAL EQUD?MENT
SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
FIXTURES. OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Used Equipment at sacrifice prices
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
926 N. Miami Avenue
HAULING AND TRANSFER
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MOVINGPACKINGCRATING
Baggage Transfer Freight Haul-
ing Careful handling of your houfe-
holil furniture. Prices Right.
COLLINS TRANSPORT A
TRADING CO.
Sg X W. 7th St.....Phone 2-3361
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specializing In Eve Examinations
Fitting and Repairing of
GLASSES
141 N. E. First St. Phone 1-6526
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
ELECTRIC SHAVER
Specialist
SCHICK AND SHAVEMASTER
OIL KITSACCESSORIES
I. A. ANDRESS
131 Shoreland Arcade, Pho. 3-4581
REFRIGERATORS
Sun and 8olar Turkish Baths on
Hotel Roof
Special Treatments Nerve Boa* and
Muscle
Reducing TreatmentsColenic
Irrigation
Personal Management
MI8S ELLEN V. HARTQUIST
Room 317 Hjtel Seville, Coral Gables,
_______Phone 4-4045
STORAGE
FIREPROOF BLDG, HEART 01"
CITY
SPECIALIZING in personal effects.
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, $5 month and
up; Larger amounts of storage, lc
cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., IS
X. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them up.
STOVE REPAIRING
OPTOMETRISTS
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Dr. F. H. FISHER. Optometrlc,
Eye Specialist. 943 Lincoln Road. Ph.
6-3580, Miami Beach. o o
ORNAMENTAL IRON
DECORATIVE HOUSE NUMBERS
P U L LE N
METAL CRAFTSMEN. ORNAMENT.
AT. IRON' SCREEN DOORS
895 N E 79lh St. Phon 7-1535
PAINTING-DECORATING
"PAINT SHOP ON WHEELS"
Furniture sprayed at your home Dries
while you wait, ready to use. 'Watch
for this unlnno oalnt shoo. D"Tx
Furniture Refinlshlne Shop. 243 S.
W. 6th St.Phone 3-2440.
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
BOARDING P.athing. Groom
plucking. Modern Boarding Ken_
neU. Dr. Malor Schofiold. 211 N. E.
10th St. Phone 2-6373. Residence
Phone 4-1852.
ATTENTIONApartment house own-1
ers and managers, realtors banks.'
service men and restaurants". Stand- j
ard makes Refrigerators Ranges
repossessed and factory reconditioned.
$45.00 up. Refrigerators guaranteed
and serviced by our own factory re-
frigeration engineers. Many sizes and
stvles. Frleidnlres. Mayflowers. Kel-
vlnators. Universal"!. C.en. Electric,
etc. FORD REFRIGERATOR CO.
257-261 West Flagler St. Phone 3-7072
Miami. Fla.____ .
SERVING MIAMI 15 TEARSWe re-
build and reflnlsh water heaters
stoves. Gas, OH. Electric, Oasollne.
Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant
Equipment. "If von tise ItWe servlca
it.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE
J. F. McMalns, MgT.. 1722 W. Flagler,
Phone 2-6369.
TERMITE PROOFING
REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS
WE MAINTAIN n complete ohnp in |
which practically any make refrig- j
erntor can he efficiently repaired at
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 Service
Co. Phone at MHI or 8-3152
TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
Odorless Fireproof Safe
Old or New Buildings
.1 YEAR GUARANTEE
Semi-Annual Free Inspection. Hun-
dreds of Satisfied'Customers In South
Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively.
TERMITE CONTROL CO
.Tohn Seven"n. Mgr.
Phone 7-2313 120 N. W. 53rd St.
TRANSFER AND 8T0RAGE
ROOF REPAIRING
ROOF TROCBLES CURED
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
cool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP AS TAR ,
5 Tear Guarantee: Local Proof. Free |
Estimate. Phone 2-5703
RUG CLEANING
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cleaned. Dved and Repaired
Moth Proofing
Orientals Our Specialty
80 N. E. 39th StreetTel. 2-7798
JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER A
STORAGE COMPANY, INC.
1000 N. E. First Ave.
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
Vault" for Furs. Rugs and Silver.
CRATINGPACKINGSHIPPING
Fireproof Wareh misesCustom
BondedMoth Proofing
WE move >ou anywher* s. .v.
Bonded and Insured car-Ws I'hone
?-7>*. Sni'd.ath M6vtn -"1 Bl
Co Office In nil prlncina' clti-
TREE MOVING
JOHN H. WHITFIELD
Nursery and Landscaping Tree mov-
ing specialist. Best of re'erences. 1212
N. W. 79th St. Phone 7-3727.


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