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The Jewish Floridian ( May 13, 1938 )

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UA/-1* TWT1.1 wJewish IFloiridliai m w COMING xtue Jewish HJmSty 3'A* fijuirUA. VOjuJULy VOLUME 11.— NUMBER 19. MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 PRICE FIVE CENTS Speaker Bankhead Issues Challenge To Dictators Washington, D. O., (WNS)—Citing the words of the Declaration of Independence that "we hold thes truth-to be self-evident, that all men lire created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalunable rights, that among these are life-liberty and the pursuit of happiness, "William B. Bankhead, Speaker of the House of Representative.-, told guests and delegates attending the banquet climaxing the 15th general convention of B'nai B'ritb that "America proclaims aiirw for Jew and Gentile alike the mighty challenge that once stirred hope and courage in the hearts of all mankind." Aftei expressing deep regret that the part played by Jews in the founding of tin American democracy "has not been more generally known and aasertthat the American colonists, in their struggle for Independence "drew some i f their inspiration from the Jewish Bible," he said that "the children of Israel, who since the dawn of history have been sleepless sentinels on the frontiers of freedom .will not tx forsaken by those who share their spiritual heritage." Hpeaking at a testimonial in honor of Alfred M. Cohen, who is retiring 1: i in the B'nai B'rith presidency after 13 years, Speaker Bankhead warned dictators that no people has ever remained in permanent subjection to despotism and that no power on earth tan forever destroy the innate passion of a people for liberty. lie said thut while the remaining democratic states are seriously menaced "and will not save themselves through smug indifference to the peril of dictatorship," he did not believe that democracy "is permanently in retreat or that it must yield on any front to the %  lutboritarian system." Claiming that (lie "dictatorships are in far greater danger of perishing than arc the democracies," Speaker Bankhead said "democratic institutions will not parish from the earth" because the United Slates, Great Britain, the British Dominions, the Scandinavian countries, tlie republics of the Western Hemisphere, France. Switzerland and Chechoslovakia "constitute a body of public opinion invulnerable in their might against the assaults of any or nil totalitarian states." Bitterly assailing all dictatorships nnd specifically naming Germany as one of the countries which "has reverted to a one-man absolutism almost without parallel in all the tide of time," Speaker Bankhead declared that the problem of the Jewish psoI Pie "is inextricably bound up with that of freedom-loving peoples everywhere. "Wherever democracy reigns Mipreme, he snid. "the Jew is accorded equal treatment under the low in common with other citizenry in the land. Were we to sanction in America any of the monstrous nets now being perpetrated on helpless Jewish people in other lands. It would constitute an assault upon the very foundations of our government. It therefore behooves my'fellow citixens of the Jewish faith to be. as you hnvf rlways been, in the vanguard of those who battle to uphold the democratic principle." Paying tribute to the Jewish patriots of the American Revolution nnd to the Jews who fought for America in the World War. Mr. Bankhead said the "democratic ideal is not only pervasive of our American (Continued on Page Six) II. S. PROTESTS HITLER DECREE The state department Wednesday night disclosed that Hugh R. Wilson, American ambassador to Berlin, had protested to the German government against the Nazi decree expropriating property of all Jews. The protest stated bluntly that the American government would consider application of the decree to American Jews a violation of the "rights accorded American citizens under the treaty of friendship, commerce and consular rights between the United States and Germany, signed December 8, 1923." The Nazi decree was characterized as "discriminatory" and the protest snid the United States felt that the German government, upon further Consideration, "will give early assurances that the measure will not be applied to American citizens." The note was one of the most vigorous presented to a foreign government since the sinking of the T*. S. S. Panay by Japanese wnrplanes last December. Nazi Investigation Is Approved Washington, D. C (WNR)—Favorable action by the House of Representatives on a resolution introduced by Representative Martin Dies of Texas providing for an investigation of "un-American propaganda activities in the United States," by a committee of seven House Members was believed certain after the powerful House Rules Committee had reported favorably on the resolution. The Rules Committee acted after hearing testimony by Representative Samuel Dickstein nnd other members of the HotUM. Dickstein told the committee that "20 big industries in this country have contributed money to the Nazi cause because they have interests in Germany. It runR into six figures. One gave $2no.fiftn. NEW B'NAI B'RITH OFFICERS NAMED Delegate sto the National B'nai B'rith Convention at Washington. D. C. elected Henry Monsky. of Omaha, president: Judge I. M. Golden of San Francisco, first vice-president: Archibald A. Marx of New Orleans, second vice-president: Louis Fnbricnnt of New York, third vice-president: Sidney G. Knsworm of Dayton Ohio was re-elected treasurer. Members of the Executive Committee named were: Judge Joseph L. Kun of Philadelphia. Sidnev Stern of Greensboro. N. C nnd Benjamin Samuel of Chicago. ,S POST At a regular meeting of the Miami Post of the Jewish War Veterans of Greater Miami, permanent officers were elected to serve for the balance of the year. The officers are: Commander. H. II. Farr; Senior Vice-Commander, Harry Markowitz; Junior Vice-Commander, Abess Goldman ; Officer of the Day. J. William Baros; Judge Advocate, Harry Hirschensohn; Surgeon, Dr. Meyer Wigdor. The members by unanimous vote selected the name Frieda Markowitz Post No. 174, for the Post. The post is concentrating at this time on purSPY SUSPECTS ARE SOUGHT Ten persons in Germany are among the 17 members of an alleged Nazi spy ring whom the federal government hopes to indict here for the theft of a United States Army aviation code. The identities of the agents abroad were not revealed nor would officials discuss possible diplomatic complications that might arise from their indictments. The government has instructed the federal grand jury how far it can go in getting to the bottom of espionage activities in the United States. Coming on the eve of the launching at Mitchel Field, Long Island, of the most important army air maneuvers in America's history, the action took on unusual significance. There were indications that it is but one development in the .grim determination of the government to blot out all unAmerican political activity in this country. NEW LAW OPENS BRAZIL FOR IMMIGRATION THE LATE FREDA MARKOWITZ chasing the necessary standards, colors and other necessary material so that it will be prepared to participate in public exercises to be held Memorial Day. It will be the aim of the post to further close cooperation between all military organizations of Greater Miami and to take its place along side of all other military organizations in furthering the developments of the ideals for which the Jewish Wnr Veterans of the United Stntes stand. All members who arc eligible to become members of the American Legion of Miami. Miami Beach or Coral Gables are urged to make every effort to file their applications to become members of the American Legion, as well ns those eligible to become members of tho Spanish Wnr Veterans. Veterans of Foreign Wars and the United Spanish American War Veterans. An urgent appeal is made to all veterans eligible to join the Jewish War Veterans Post to do so before Memorial Day so that the Post can equip them to take part in the Memorial Day services. Staff of officers named were : Quartermaster, Herman Ginsberg; Adjutant, Eugene J. Weiss; Chaplain, Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Senate ApDroves Annullment Bill Washington, D. C. (WNS)—A bill that would annul the citizenshop of Americans who participate in foreign elections or plebiscates such as those conducted by the Nazis hns passed the Senate and is now before the House for action on Senate amendments. The House had previously passed the bill. 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. REFORM TEMPLES PLAN UNITY New York. (WNS)—Unification for the first time in the history of Reform Judaism of all Reform temples in New York City into a single federation for the purpose of servihg ns the "representative for Reform Judaism in all matters affecting the religions, moral and communal life in New York, to promote the nims of the congregations in their devotional, edncntionnl and communal activities, and to promote the aims, purposes nnd welfare o fthe Union of American Tlom-cw Congregations in metropolitan New York" was approved at a meeting of the New York Advisory committee of the Union. Action on this recommendation will be taken by the executive board of the Union at its meeting in Atlantic City on June 10th. Home Secretary Warns Dictators Rin de Janiero (WNS)—Brazil's stringent immigration law of 19.14. incorporated in a constitutional provision limiting the number of immigrants from any country in a given year to two percent of the total number of natives of that oeuntry who eaim to Brazil in 1884. was superseded by a new law promulgated by President Getnlio Vargas which will enable the entry of a substantial number "f Jew from Eastern nnd Central Europe. Under the old law legal Jewish immigration from East European lands was virtually cut off because the settlement of Jews from Russia. Poland nnd Ronmanin did not begin un'll af-.er ler,. The new law empowers each state 'o indicate what immigrants it. prefers, thusmaking it possible for ar.y state to promote the colonization of lnr;e numbers of Jews. The new law also authorizes the government that Immigrants need only a passport duly to be admitted to Brazil. Aliens are given six months to obtain a poli'e registration card. ANNUAL BAZAAR WILL BE HELD The annual Bazaar and dance of the Young Men's Hebrew Association will be held this coming Sunday evening. May lfith. beginning at 8 :f>0 o'clock at the eluhrooms of the organization, lflth avenue and S. W. Fifth street. Many of Miami's organizations will be represented by booths which will be staffed by their members. Dnncing will be provided as will special entertainment prov'ded by Miami's amusement centers. An evening of gala entertainment has been promised. All the proceeds wll he used for the building fund of the organization. PLAN ADOPTED TO AID GIVERS London (WNS)—Democracies can never countenance the nntl-Scmi! ; .


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' —— nan* TXTRF.F. FBIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN PAGE THREE ifjemsti Florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAT P. O. Box *v PLANT AND OFFICES 21 8. W. Second Avenue Phonee 2-1141; 2-1183 J. LOUIS SHQCHET. Editor FRF.D K. SHOCHET. Circalation Manarr latarad • aatond clasi Dillii July 4. 1980. at the Pout Offlca at Miami, FJoctea. undar tha Act of March I, 1819. New York Regional Conference of J. D. C. Forms Permanent Unit with B. M. Aufsesser, Chairman ST. PETERSBURG MRS. ROSE M. Rl'lilN Rapraavntativa WEST PALM REACH MRS. M. SCHREBN1CK Rvpreaantetiva ORLANDO DORIS S. HKLLER Kaprcaentativa TAMPA MRS. JAY MAHKOWITZ HapreaanLativa SUBSCRIPTION %  U Months.. On. Taar FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 VOLUME 11.—NUMBER 19 HAVING FAITH We have an abundant faith in the good judgment, the discernment of the Jewish people of this community, and it is because of that feeling-that we believe the proposed Federation of Jewish Welfare Agencies will soon become a reality. Jews are said to be good business men t hey are said to be "rachmonim bnai rachmonim,'' people with hearts. .... with such a combination of sound business acumen, administered with a heart, the Jewish community of this area must realize and understand that Federation is the only method left if wc are to give the greatest amount to the greatest number. The Federation plan now being worked out by a provisional committee will soon be submitted to the people of this area. Every organization will be invited to discuss and study the plan. Of course it will not be perfect in the very beginning, but neither is anything else. %  We have faith in our people w e have faith in the Federation proposal l et Miami Jewry have faith in one another and it will truly be the faith that will move mountains. WllamL TO FIND PEACE Miss Dorothy Levin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin of this city ii the author of the following: Whenever her children cannot sleep ft night, because of the strange fears that oppress them, there is a mother %  who tells the mto "Think of a white rose." "This is the kinoit''> n to &" 1 propossl (which hsd enough votes to csrrvl by withdrawing from the ha'l snd threatening a split in the movement.



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4 nmn FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN PAGE FIVE THE WORLD'S WINDOW •By LUDWIG LEWISOHNThere must have been others beside myself who, when they read the various provisions of the Itnlo-British pact, harbored a shrewd and unhappy suspicion that other and more or less sinister commitments had been made. On May 3rd the news broke. Neville Chamberlain admitted to the House of Common! that an oral understandin,, on Palestine had accompanied the written agreement of Easter Sunday signed in Rome. Sharply questioned from the floor of the House as to why this agreement was oral Mr. Chamberlain lamely replied: "I find some difficulty in saying what the mason was." Filmsy and tortuous disengenuousness can go no farther. Let us examine this oral agreement. Italy promised to "abstain from creating difficulties or embarrassments for His Majesty's Government in the administration of Palestine." In the good days before the jungle came back to Europe powers not actually at war practiced such abstentions as a matter of course. My neighbor! do not throw their refuse on my lawn. Nor do I have to make agreement! to have them practice that "abstention." In return for this promise on the part of Italy, said Mr. Chamberlain. "Britain promised to preserve and protect legitimate Italian interests in the Holy Land." It would be amusing to know what those legitimate interests are. Mussolini can hardly pose ns a Protector of the Faith or as a guardian of the Roman Church. He lias posed as a friend of the Moslem'. That is farcical. In 1927 and aga-n in 1932 Tunisian Arabs spoke to tne with horror of the Italian regim" ii; Tripoli, giving authentic chapter fid verse. The bombers of naked Ethiopians have probably not changed their habits. Anyhow, wasn't Britain supposed to be, as indeed she is. the first Moslem power In the world? Didn't she jnst make further annexations .-f Moslem territory in the Arabian hinterland? So what business has Mnsnlini in Palestine? No wonder 'hat Lloyd Oeorge termed this whole IBM! of agreements abject, dishonorable and owardly. It is the last word on the subject There is one aspect of this ahominnhle business that may do some good if it is properly emphasized and peb"eized. There were those of ns. o' rnurse. who always knew perfee'lv well that there was no such thins n n noble uprising of the Arnb aza!-t • ither Britain or the Yishuv and vho Knew that sinister influences were actually inciting the worst elements of the Arab population to brigandage and murder and that therefore we .Tews could make peace with the Arabs ami live in peace with them if we were given half a chance. This contention on the part of the Jewish p.,,ple is now proved up to the hilt and Wond the further possibility of dispute. Mr. Chamberlain explained in the Houseof Commons that what Italy concretely promised to do was "to call off her propaganda and mone, payments to the Arabs." In other WArdl M ** %  ml so many of our people The question of migration and refOgeea from Central Europe calls to mind the statement of a modern authority who says: "the Jews had settled in Western Europe before many of its most typical inhabitants had emerged from Asia, and before other* had crossed the Central European Plain or had traversed the North Sea to invade the Went." When it's a matter of age it's hard to heat the Jewish people. Early church councils forbade the Jew to work in the fields on Sunday despite the fact that he rested completely on Saturday. B'NAI B'RITH have died a martyr's death because a super-gangster has suborned ordinary gangsters. May I call this matter to the attention of those Jews, younger and older, who hesitate to embrace the central cause of the redemption of their people became they are sensitive to supposed Arab wrongs. Shall we agree to dismiss this silly business once and for all? For, note, that no agreement with the gangsters in the Wilhelmstrassc has yet been made or is likely to be made. And so their share in fomenting brigandage and murder by Arabs has not yet been laid bare nor is likely to be. The most sinister statement of Mr. Chamberlain was, of course, this: that Britain in return for Italy's cessation of her hostile and inexcusable activities would "consult Italy before taking any action to partition Palestine or alter the mandate." It is this sort of thing, of course, that drew from Mr. Lloyd George his bitterest observation : "The Government has retreated so often before the dictators that they have come to the conclusion that there is no point at which Britain will stand." Fortunately this is not the wliolpicture. The formidiihle military alliance between Britain and France has been completed and a unification of command and resources has been achieved which during the World War it took three miserable years to accomplish. From this alone it mist be evident that a point will come— How long. O Lord, how long!—when gle halt, lest it creep up upon them the civilised peoples will bid the juntoo. It is a sorry pass to which the world has come when we who have been liberator, pacifists, passionate believers in humsn brotherhood all our lives, pray for the war to begin lest all possibility of liberty, of peace, of brotherhood be obliterated for we know not how many centuries. As that day approaches Britain may come to see—that Britain, whose clearest-eyed men see it now—that the defense of human civilization, of ordef. freedom and decency itself— require not that great segments of the Jewish people be destroyed in Germany and Hungary and Boumania and Poland but that a powerful Jewish people in all Palestine down through the Nogeh and on both sides of the Jordan up to the Twin Rivera guard—an incomparable garrison and outpost of civilization—the fr loin and the progress of what was once Europe and may become Europe again. BRIEFS By E. ALBERT PALIT Were you at tho Mother's Day celebration, sponsored by the B'nai B'rith, at the Temple last Sunday night? If you were not you really missed an excellent and entertaining program. Success for B'nai B'rith.!! Not enough can be said for Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, who served as director for the program and staged twelve tableaus — "Mothers of Today.". B'nai B'rith is indeed very grateful to you, Mrs. Bertha Levy. CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MAURICE G. MAMCHE3. Cantor 726 Meridian Avenue 'Phooe 5-2013 MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 326 Jefterion Avenue 'Phone 5-132! In our midst we found .a very charming violinist—Miss Selmn Einbeinder. She attends the University of Miami, and is well known for her concert work. Frankly, we were all a little hesitant at first. One expects a violinst to be either old or grey haired, or. if a woman, to possess no charm or beauty, as if she were cornability. But. lo and behold; She npponsatcd sufficiently by her artistic pea red on the stage. A beautiful nnd charming young lady. One drawof her bow across her violin strings, and | she immediately held her audience spellliound until she completed her rendition. Many thanks to you. Selma. for assisting us on thi sprogram. SERVICES Shachriss: 7:00 nnd 8:00 n. m. mornings. Mincha : from 5:45 p. m. Sabbath: Friday evening at 5 :30 ; Saturday morning at 7:0 Oand 0:00. Saturday afternoon at 5:30 followed by Shalosh S'oodos*. This Saturday Rabbi Mescheloff will preach during the morning service on "Sefira." During the Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak on the portion of the week. Cantor Mamches will chant during the services. HEBREW SCHOOL Pins for excellence in attendance were distributed to our regular Hebrew School children. Our Hebrew School session will continue throughout the summer, being switched to the cool morning hours immediately aft' r puhlic schools close. Parents with children attending our school are urged to keep them in attendance all summer. Parents whose children have not yet registered in our Hebrew School, can register them if they ere within the nges of ft and II. any week day afternoon at the synagogue. The rabbi is at his office from I :00 to 7 :00 daily. Snapshots were taken of the gridand will be shown in the near future. YOUNG MEN'S GROUP Our group of young men between the ages of 13 and 18 has shown practically no decrease in attendanee. Parents of boys of this age are strongly urged to have them attend our Sunday morning minyan at il :IK> followed by breakfast served by the Sisterhood under the care of Mrs. I'.. svenirk. By popular request our Junior tongregation, despite its closing exerdaca before Pesach, is still meeting for services every Saturday morning under the direction of Mr. L;wis Green at 0:00 a. in. Refreshments are served nfter the service. A'l b.i/s ami girls of school age are cordially invited. HABANOTH The Habannth are rehe.T-Sinz their play "Two Goyim"' which they intend producing together with a nrogiam ot monologue!, ^ongs nnd dances, and the Jewish Orchestra of Greater MiInmi. under the direction o' Mr. A. Bramson. to be held Mondav evening. May 30th. Posters were made by Bitta Sehoenfeld and Elaine Ramie'*. Miss Fay Rechtinnn was Invited :is visitor to the lust meeting. Further iininiMiHiiiiiiiiiinifiriiiitlttMNiiii-i"inHiii nni imiiiiii"" YOUR CANDIDATE for CONGRESS Jewish officers served under Willington at Waterloo. Jewish folk songs pursue a melody that appeals to the heart. A good example of this is the popular song By Meir Bist Du Shoen. To top off Sunday night's program. Miss Ruth Young rendered a selection of Jewish songs, collected in her travels over the continent. The fact that the audience applauded for encore after encore, is just one indication of how excellently she understood and sang these melodies. Believing that after a full program of entertainment, the officers of the Lodge assumed most every one would want to get away for the Junior Hudassah dance at the American Legion Home. Therefore no refreshments were ordered. But when Rudy Adler arrived, and learned of this state of affairs, he immediately took it upon himself to order some refreshments. When the audience finally left the Temple, every bit had been consumed. Everyone was happy. Leave it to Rudy Adler at all times to do the right thing. Al Pallot. vice-president, introduced the chairman of the program, who. Incidentally, is the author of this column. AI served in the absence of Elrv Stone, who was called out of town. tinting group and our Young Men's membership is elosed for the season. group last Sunday. Those wishing to Girls between 12 and 15 can make apget copies can do so through the rabbi, plication for entrance in August. Motion pictures were also taken of Tickets for the entertainment can be these two groups by Mr. J. M. Rose, bought from any member or the Rabbi. be running these affaire while we -it in the audience. This column would net be complete without a word of thanks to Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, who offered the benediction for the evening. It fitted perfectly into the spirit of Mother's Day. The fathers of the Ameriean Revolution adopted as their first seal a picture of the overthrow of Pharonh at the Red Sea. with the motto : "Rehellion to tyrants Is obedience to God." According to one historian it was Hebraic mortar that cemented the foundations of the American Republic. PAT CANNON VOTE MAY 24th 'His Victory Will Be Your Victory" (P>id Political Adv.) miHUiimmm""""""-' Do You Own Your Home? There never was a better time than new to build one The Liberal Financing Through Federal Housing Administration Makes It Poaalble Olve me a call and I ">>/*£ help you to get the beet poalble fnformatfcn as to Ite clan. H. SIMONS Care Aekerman Ine. Agency 1015 Seybold Bldg. Phone 2-S1S1 If this column is devoted entirely to the Mother's Day program, you can understand, that it is nearest to any hearts at this time. The B'nai B'rith staged it—it was a success—and the B'nai B'rith Is again proud to lead In Jewish cultural affairs. Join the B'nai B'rith— Stay with B'nai B'rith— Support the B'nai B'rith— J. ARON ABBOTT. LEGAL NOTICE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 8871 RE : ESTATE OF BORIS SCHLACHMAN, I>ee*a*ed. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MARE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE Notice is hereby given that I hava filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of Boris Scblachman, deceased : and that on the Z3 day of May. 1038. I will apply to the Honorable W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, Florida for approval of snid final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the Estate of Ron's Sclilnchman, deceased. This L'Sth day of April. 1938. I. L. MINTZER E. ALBERT PALLOT, Attorney for Administrator. i la a modern gjgjgggj way to gat relief from Headache). Gaa am Stoenach, Colds, Heartburn, -Morning After" and Muacular Tmimm. Just drop on* or two ALKA-SELTZEH tablet! m_ tea glaae of water. Watch It bobbin llaten to It fkea. As soon aa tablet is diaeolved, drink the taogy aohettcav AlkaSeltzer Bka Ton win really enjoy the water than like medicine. ALKA-SELTZER, when dissolved tain* an aiialgiali (Sodium Acetyl-Sabcylate), which relieves pain, while ita alkalizing agents help to correct everyday ailments associated with hyperactdttyt Your druggist baa ALKA-SELTZER. Oat or 00c r—**!) %  an oar "Mtisfactioo-or-mcoey-r. guarantee. Ii E WISt XLKALIZL



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PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN F RIDAY MAYJ3. 1934 t i. i ii f. i> V. tl s ii tl fit i Tampa Notes (Continued fro mPjp FOOTBachmas as hosfiaua Prises wer-? won bj Miss Dorothy Peretzman, Mus Freda Moses and Mrs. R. Fisher. Mrs. XamoB with her daughter. Miss Vera Xaman. of Xew Tork, are | with relatives in Tampa. Mr*. Xaman and Tera are staving with Mrs. Xaman's sister and r Mr?. Cfcardhoff and Mr. Leo ChardThe next poMfc B to be eonducted ur.der the auspices of the ProHub will b held at the Y. M. H. A. on Wednesday evening. May ". ; Il srfU bo a "I-aag B'nmr" card the entire COM %  welcome. ORAYNOO Tl T M. IT A. (a pl.ir-ning a pie7w 12'h at the Tmr IIM swimmir % .%  %  nd ex• at • %  .... .. both • Ti T C r at t ; %  : %  • • -r ." I • •' •-; % %  • • -' %  %  • %  • MTatioa* I \\ M ] ; V • M -1 B FIBI I %  Profraai atra Dsv-:d P*nnan. pi -Ucn, lira. Bol Flelsrhman: personal contact. Mrs, Hand Jnster; Trw of l.-f. MLsc R u th Finman : In Metnorianv Mrs. Ruel Bernh'-im: Idea Chairman. Miss Florence Ahram'•vitz: Printing. Mi ITr-len Arnnovitz: Publicitv. Mrs, Jules Silverman j Advertising rommittoo. Miss Rae Freeman. Mrs. Ben J. Horn. Mrs. Oear VerVanf. afiaa Rno Silbor. Mlaa Flizabeth Abramovitz. Mrs. Manuel Burbman. Mrs. Louis Buehman. Mrs. LooJa Pimorifz. Mrs. Harrr Kotler. Flowor rommittoo. Mrs. B. J. {Torn and Mrs. Baity KotW : Seating fommitt/f. Mrs. Jufe, Knablos: Ushers. Mrs. Oscar Verkauf. Mrs. Loaiae ^imnri-z. Mi Jorrr Roso n bre. Mi's Bnth Simon. Mr. Xathan LntB, Mrs. Sol Fl gross. Comma '-: wttii nooo cable • I '' -.'. Bt from si 78 to —d all the way up to a month' ge of 21 m 91.00 to thoni I up I hie feel r 8 bic f ffered a fnrthi s' per tl H.5MI per bly usage of which The loss in r< %  I '%  tal net income. It has net been possible to cut the rates applying to small users of gas for the reason that the expense of handling the great number of turn-ons and turn-offs prevailing among this InriBg both the winter and summer seasons has been vrv much inily mounting cost of raw materials, well as by general increases i: of employees. Taxes, too. increased' the amount (excluding income taxes) paid in 1937 being 27 percent abor that paid in the preceding year, ASKS ELECTION ON RECORD Mr. II. H. Filer, former \ of the Bchool Board of ii and leader in the race for I from the Fourth Coognaal Dis trict. asks for the support ers on his record of more •' yean IB educational work. H.> travel, il more than thirty-five miles throughout the state in of insuring a decei tional standard and wace for the school system and school teacl -Rt is a native of the district active in its comnr-.' throughout his entire life. II ing supported by citizen"f belief. "GREETINGS B'NAI B'RITH DELEGATES Stop at FORT OATLIN HOTEL during your annual convention. May 29th and 30th in Orlando, Low Summer Rates and Winter Time Comforts." Mr. Beber declared that the A. 7,. A. has 6.000 active member*, and more than 5.000 alumni over 21 years i f age, with 20." chapters in the (Jl ted Canada and bram-h%  in l'.ilestine and Bulgaria. ..^COOL \\ xoeaboard / reclining seat air-conditioned coaches Thai ii wsy lo fol For ipetd, safely, economy—and enjoyment of the Isletl developments of the csr-beilden' art. Low coil meal end pillow service. Look el these eserspies of one-wey doily fstes — One Wav Fare From MIAMI Subject to change without notice. Baltimore .... (23 ao "* to '.' MilO JseissaeiTille 7^5 SsJL"* •••••• 7 .Novfsrk BojtO PW>iphia .... ss.ao Pittsburgh .i5 aehington Jj.io PERFORMANCE The weight of any political candidate's promise is measured by past performance. HENRY H. FILER'S record of service in public life lends added weight to his pledge of MORE FEDERAL AID for the Fourth Congressional District. VOTE FOR HENRY H. FILER FOR CONGRESS His outstanding work for Florida Kluration merits your consideration.


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%  PJ a rt-wt miniPt FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN m CERTIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE ADVERTISERS ON THIS PAGE MERIT YOUR CONSIDERATION AND PATRONAGE BECAUSE OF REPUTATION AND ABILITY ACCOUNTANT V. EDWARDS rhartered Accountant. All branches ,,, \, .--mnting. Complete Tax Service, tflympia Bid*. Phone_3-8831. ^AUTOM OBILE SERVICE General Auto Repairing WRECKER SERVICE AUTO PAINTING Generafc tl, Starters. Ignition, Prompt *'"'"" briGLET'S GARAGE .... jil" 'ti.nn Rd.. M-Bch.. Tel. 5-013S DRAPERD3S %  en"en*3 envJhop BATTERIES %  SERVICE BATTERIES AUTO AND MARINE PRICED $2.5 UP Recharging. Complete Electrical and Ictiitkin Service. Motor Winding, Carburetor Rebuilding. ROAD SERVICE Expert Workmanship BEST BATTERY COMPANY 1-iW W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212 BODY MASSAGE Acquire the Body Beautiful FOR LADIES Reduce or Gain 3 to 5 Inches in "4 Treatments—Colonic Irrigations REACH CONDITIONING CLCB 432 Espanol Way. Miami Beach Phone 5-4335 BUILDERS BETTER DRAPERIES Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E. ELECTRICIANS For Years Master Electrician of Largest and Most Famous Office Buildings in the World CHARLTE KALB MASTER ELECTRICIAN ALTERATIONS—HOUSE WIRING REPAIRS THANK YOU PHONE 7-2817 ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS HEALTH CLINIC 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 KKKE consultation. DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE ORTHO-ANATOMIST CHIROPRACTOR Graduate P. S. C. Our New Location 47 N. W. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St. PICTURE FRAMING LANDSCAPING SOILS PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard, Muck, Marl or Mixed ; Cow Manure 3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere in Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami Phone 4-4804, Agent will call. LANDSCAPINO AND ANCE. Soils and Sod. MAINTENFruit Trees Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for i, Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn L. E. EDWARDS, Contractor Builder of Momlngside T.F.ROY S. EDWARDS, Manager 0812 BUoaJM Blvd. Phone 7-2160 In Miami Since 1808 "Let's Build a Home" CONPTI-T me If that Is your "WISH' 1 I will make it a "REALITY." Planning, financing, building, that's my ousine". JESSE E. MARCOUX W7S P. W. 1st St. Ph. 4.142S BUILDING MATERIAL E J. WARNER 4 COMPANY lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile Tr.s-fdwood Shingle* Roofing Builders Hardware Dupont Duco Paints Evervthlnjr in Building Material 8128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phones 2-1753 2-1754 BUSINESS COLLEGES : Btenomphlo secretarial %  tintcourses. Member %  •ion Accredited Comi VIA'." BUSINESS COLLEGE %  • 1 c v : -t"-' Aw Repairs Contracts Alterations LVON ELECTRIC CO. The Oldest Established Electrical Contractors at Miami Beach I dressing. Phoue 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744 MELROSE NURSERY A. SOILS CO. i 2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611— i3-8612 Established Since 1914 BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Electrical Wiring—Any Size Job Repairing Anything Electrical Residential and Commercial 815 S. W. 8tb St. Phone 3-1288 FISH MARKET BAKER FISH COMPANY Always the BEST Wholesale and Retail Restaurants and Hotels Supplied CITY CURB MARKET 501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-43534 LOANS FLOOR COVERINGS A COMPLETE Floor Covering Service—Hotels, Apartments, Residences. Cleaning and Moth Proofing LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS Many years of trustworthy service. All customer's goods insured. MIAMI CARPET CLEANING & LAYING Co.. John A. Baker. Owner, 120 N. W. 25th St., Tel. 2-2921. FLORISTS COMFORT PROTECTION A WEI.I. VENTILATED ATTIC MEANS A COOL HOME B\RROVS "SELF-ACTION" LEAK-PROOF VENTILATORS KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS and prevent high prmnrc formation In attic. Let n replace your leaky ventnow. L. P. IRELAND COMPANY, INC. 343 N. W. First Court Phone 3-S45 0 CEMETERY SERVICE Onntta and Rronxe markTVv:olems. cemetery work or • u, 1$S1 N. W. lOtn Ave. J"' PH. *-!•:: ____ EXOTIC GARDENS. INC. Flagler and Bridge, Phone I-6SSa— 2-HWt. Beach Phone 5-2*61 — 07 Lincoln Road. Offlre M70 N'. W. 17th Phone 2-31C" —Finest Assortment of FYeh ""lit Flowers In Miami. FLOWERS FOR ALL OOOA8IOK8 WIRED ANYWHERE CASH AT REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES on DIAMONDS Automobiles—I,luted Stocks Ronds—Personal Loans LOANS NOT LIMITED TO $300 MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK 46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521 Thi Bank for the Individual MISCELLANEOUS EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER Every Business Needs the Egry System. Flat Pax Stationery, Carbon Rolls HENRY E. KOPPLOW 92S N. W. 17th Street Phone 2.1171 OPTICIAN DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN Specializing in Eye Examinations Fitting and Repairing of GLASSES 141 N. E. First St. Phono t-SStl COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED CONVENIENT TERMS OPTOMETRISTS ICTUR FRAMING vv EXPERT WORK — Price very reasonable.—LEARY PICTURE FRAMING SHOP 1152 N. E. 2nd. Ave. Phone 2-2034—J. E. LEARY. PLUMRING A. L. MERRIFIELD Plumbing and Gas Fitting Repairs and Septic Tank Worn All Work Guaranteed 25 YEARS' experience; large and small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th 8t. Phone 3-3932. SPECIAL PLUMRING Do You Need a Licensed Plumber with 25 Years' Experience? For $1.50 Per Hour Why Pay More? PHONES 2-8073—.1-1208 RADIO REPAIRS SHAN—THE RADIO MAN Rest Quality Work—Reasonable Prices SHAN DESJARDINS 1328 W. Flagler Street Phone 2.1219 Open Evenings ELECTRIC RAZORS ELECTRIC fHAVER Specialist SCHICK AND SHAVEMASTER OIL KITS—ACCESSORIES I. A. ANDRE8S 131 Shoreland Arcade, Pbo. 3-4581 REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS WE MAINTAIN a complete shop in which practically any make refrigerator can be efficiently repaired at a 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 8-S272 or 8-2153 ROOF REPAIRING ROOF TROl'BLES CTRER With crack-proof, non-drying whitecool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat. CHEAP AS TAR 5 Year Guarantee: Local Proof. Free Estimate. Phone 2-5703 GLASSES OF DISTINCTION By Mr. F. II. FISHER, I Eye Specialist. !<43 Lincoln Road, Ph. 5-3580. Miami Beach, o o FLOWERS SHRUBBERY CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER PLANS. Etc. reasonable rates, a ran teed: W. PAUL MEREDITH m Engineer, Room 205, ,9 3"'N. E. 2nd Ave_ Phone 7-4727. BLOOMING Oranlum*. bougalnvlllea. Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotons. rone. Many not listed. 10c up. Bent grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock soil 11.2'. yd. Manure 13 yd. Ph. 7-1871. nho-n Niirserv. ?<19S N. W, 67 th at. FURNITURE REPAIRING FINE FTRNIT!"RE MADE FINER I'pholstering — Refinishing — Repairing. — Antique*: Restored. Absolute eWnrn-nfee. FLAMING* FI'RNTTTRE SHOP Back of Grove Theatre—Oeo. E. DarroiMgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phone 4-4880. "* GENERAL EQUIPMENT f'TiVi'riNG SERVICE ON BOUSE SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG DRESS MAKING _WB COPY IMPORTED GOWNS r Teases to your satisfaction. { %  *'us solve your dressmaking prob•-1 Reasonable. Alterations HELEN LEE SHOP W. 27th Ave. Phone 4-2744 FIXTURES. OFFICE EOUIPMENT Used Equipment at sacrifice prices GENERAL TRADING COMPANY 12* N. Miami Avenue ORNAMENTAL IRON PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY 10 vear in Miami—W. N. Palmer, Prop. RARRF.TT APPROVED ROOFING si,..Metal Work TilRoofing "Roofs That Last" 15 N E 17th Terr. Telephone 2-342f> DECORA"c'V"!" HrttlflE WTJMBERfl PULL1N METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT. AT. IRON SCREEN TOORS 395 N. E 7th St. Phone 7-1MS RUG CLEANING PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS Rugs Cl-a"d. Dved and Repaired Moth Proo'lng Orientals Our Speelsltv 0 N. E. 54th Street—T' 2-77M 8IGN8 FOR COMMERCIAL — WALL-^ OUTDOOR SIGNS TRUCK LETTERING PHONE 8-6515 RANKIN SIGN CO. 118 N. W. 2nd Avenue STORAGE FIREPROOF BUM;., HEART OH CITY SPECIALIZING in personal effect*. Baggage room with free access. Bags, 50c month ; trunk $1 ; 2, $1.50 month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month and up: Private rooms, $5 month and up; Larger amounts of storage, lc cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13 N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we will pick them op. STOVE REPAIRING SERVI.NO MIAMI 15 YEARS—We re. build and reflnish water heater* stoves. Oas, Oil, Electric, Oasollne. Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment. "If you use It—We service It.—MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE-— J. F. McMalns. Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler, Phono 2-MTO. TERMITE PROOFING TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE Odorless Fireproof Safe Old or New Buildings .". YEAR GUARANTEE Remi-Annual Free Inspection, nundredi of Satisfied Onstomen in South Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively. TERMITE CONTROL CO John Severin. Mgr. Phone 7-2818 120 N. W. 53rd St. TRANSFER AND 8T0RAGE JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER STORAGE COMPANY. INC. 1009 N. E. First Ave. Local and Long Distance Hauling. Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver. CRATING—PACKING—SHIPPING Fireproof Warehouses—Custom Bonded—Moth Proofing WE move you anywhere n, (;. ^ Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone 2-7111. Swddafh Movlne and Storage Co Office In all principal clt|s TREE MOVING JOHN H. WHITFIELD Nursery and landscaping. Tree mov. ing specialist. Best of references. 121] V. W. 7Sth St. Phone 7-3727. Drama. Color. interest The Jewish Festivals by HAYYIM SCHAL'SS Obuurt origins revudtd. Colorful ceremonies portrayed, hxquuitt art objects UiuUraud $2.50 SEPTIC TANKS BOARDING BATHING GROOM Plucking Modern Boarding KenKNOWLES PET HOSPITAL Mrs. V. W. Knowles, 740 N. E. 00th S'. 7-2141 Tie UNION OF AMEUCAN HEBREW CONCUCATIONS %  Mtrdsmm BUv. UMOOUTI Sm./ PEST EXTERMINATING HAULING AND TRANSFER WE GCARANTEE To Exterminate Rosehes, Rats. Mice. Ants. Moths. Bedbugs. Termites. A Confidential Service—Rates Always Reasonable. No Charge for Inspection or Estimates MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO. BM First St., Miami Beach. Ph. 5-4353 SUPERIOR SEPTTC TANK CO. EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner 12 YEARS EXPERIENCE Don't Ssy: •SepflTanks" Sav : -Sopertoc Sepric Tanks" REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Installations Any Sise—Reasonable Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite. 484 N. E. 57th Street. THE JEWISH FESTIVALS r AJJna. on — CUcimcUmd ~ wcop. 3 SEWING MACHINES JEWISH HITLER IS INJURED ALL MAKES, repaired by factory expert. $1.50 up: parts for all sichiaes. Used machines sold and rented. Sewing Machine Shop, 7L S. E. 1st St_ Phone 2-4<:r24. MOVING—PACKING—CRATING Bsggage Transfer Freight Hauling. Csrefol handling of your boueho!d f lrnirure. Prices Right. COLLINS TRANSPORT k TRADING 00. M N. W. 7th St P hone S-3M1 PICTURE FRAMING We for a I Deliver Orders WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP Pictures Framed—Framed Pictures^— Class Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street. Phor.e 2-24*2. SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES HOSPITAL BEDS—WHEET. CHAIRS RENTAL SER^TCE OXTOEN TE Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and Elastic Hosiery—Perfectly Fitted SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. 2nd Ave.—Phone 2-: Warsaw fWNS'—a. Jewish wfchmaker by the name of Adolf Hitler had the windows of his shop la the, western Oslician town of Dseidsce smashed by unidentified in main Mrs. Hitler suffered Injuries to k*r head. Hitler could give r.o reason why he should be attacked. Some persons believed the attack was the work of Naxi fympathlaers who resented the fact that a Jew should have the tame name as the Nazi fuehrer.



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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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3'A* fijuirUA. VOjuJULy "
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 19.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Speaker Bankhead
Issues Challenge
To Dictators
Washington, D. O., (WNS)Cit-
ing the words of the Declaration of
Independence that "we hold thes
truth-- to be self-evident, that all men
lire created equal, that they are en-
dowed by their Creator with certain
unalunable rights, that among these
are life-liberty and the pursuit of
happiness, "William B. Bankhead,
Speaker of the House of Representa-
tive.-, told guests and delegates at-
tending the banquet climaxing the
15th general convention of B'nai
B'ritb that "America proclaims aiirw
for Jew and Gentile alike the mighty
challenge that once stirred hope and
courage in the hearts of all mankind."
Aftei expressing deep regret that the
part played by Jews in the founding
of tin American democracy "has not
been more generally known and aasert-
that the American colonists, in
their struggle for Independence "drew
some i f their inspiration from the
Jewish Bible," he said that "the chil-
dren of Israel, who since the dawn of
history have been sleepless sentinels
on the frontiers of freedom .will not
tx forsaken by those who share their
spiritual heritage."
Hpeaking at a testimonial in honor
of Alfred M. Cohen, who is retiring
1: i in the B'nai B'rith presidency aft-
er 13 years, Speaker Bankhead warn-
ed dictators that no people has ever
remained in permanent subjection to
despotism and that no power on earth
tan forever destroy the innate pas-
sion of a people for liberty. lie said
thut while the remaining democratic
states are seriously menaced "and
will not save themselves through smug
indifference to the peril of dictator-
ship," he did not believe that demo-
cracy "is permanently in retreat or
that it must yield on any front to the
lutboritarian system." Claiming that
(lie "dictatorships are in far greater
danger of perishing than arc the dem-
ocracies," Speaker Bankhead said
"democratic institutions will not par-
ish from the earth" because the Unit-
ed Slates, Great Britain, the British
Dominions, the Scandinavian coun-
tries, tlie republics of the Western
Hemisphere, France. Switzerland and
Chechoslovakia "constitute a body of
public opinion invulnerable in their
might against the assaults of any or
nil totalitarian states."
Bitterly assailing all dictatorships
nnd specifically naming Germany as
one of the countries which "has re-
verted to a one-man absolutism al-
most without parallel in all the tide
of time," Speaker Bankhead declared
that the problem of the Jewish pso- I
Pie "is inextricably bound up with
that of freedom-loving peoples every-
where. "Wherever democracy reigns
Mipreme, he snid. "the Jew is accord-
ed equal treatment under the low in
common with other citizenry in the
land. Were we to sanction in Amer-
ica any of the monstrous nets now
being perpetrated on helpless Jewish
people in other lands. It would con-
stitute an assault upon the very foun-
dations of our government. It there-
fore behooves my'fellow citixens of
the Jewish faith to be. as you hnvf
rlways been, in the vanguard of those
who battle to uphold the democratic
principle." Paying tribute to the
Jewish patriots of the American Rev-
olution nnd to the Jews who fought
for America in the World War. Mr.
Bankhead said the "democratic ideal
is not only pervasive of our American
(Continued on Page Six)
II. S. PROTESTS
HITLER DECREE
The state department Wednesday
night disclosed that Hugh R. Wilson,
American ambassador to Berlin, had
protested to the German government
against the Nazi decree expropriating
property of all Jews.
The protest stated bluntly that the
American government would consider
application of the decree to American
Jews a violation of the "rights ac-
corded American citizens under the
treaty of friendship, commerce and
consular rights between the United
States and Germany, signed Decem-
ber 8, 1923."
The Nazi decree was characterized
as "discriminatory" and the protest
snid the United States felt that the
German government, upon further
Consideration, "will give early assur-
ances that the measure will not be
applied to American citizens."
The note was one of the most vig-
orous presented to a foreign govern-
ment since the sinking of the T*. S.
S. Panay by Japanese wnrplanes last
December.
Nazi Investigation
Is Approved
Washington, D. C (WNR)Fav-
orable action by the House of Repre-
sentatives on a resolution introduced
by Representative Martin Dies of
Texas providing for an investigation
of "un-American propaganda activi-
ties in the United States," by a com-
mittee of seven House Members was
believed certain after the powerful
House Rules Committee had reported
favorably on the resolution.
The Rules Committee acted after
hearing testimony by Representative
Samuel Dickstein nnd other members
of the HotUM. Dickstein told the com-
mittee that "20 big industries in this
country have contributed money to
the Nazi cause because they have in-
terests in Germany. It runR into six
figures. One gave $2no.fiftn.
NEW B'NAI B'RITH
OFFICERS NAMED
Delegate sto the National B'nai
B'rith Convention at Washington. D.
C. elected Henry Monsky. of Omaha,
president: Judge I. M. Golden of San
Francisco, first vice-president: Arch-
ibald A. Marx of New Orleans, second
vice-president: Louis Fnbricnnt of
New York, third vice-president: Sid-
ney G. Knsworm of Dayton Ohio was
re-elected treasurer. Members of the
Executive Committee named were:
Judge Joseph L. Kun of Philadelphia.
Sidnev Stern of Greensboro. N. C
nnd Benjamin Samuel of Chicago.
,S POST
At a regular meeting of the Miami
Post of the Jewish War Veterans of
Greater Miami, permanent officers
were elected to serve for the balance
of the year. The officers are:
Commander. H. II. Farr; Senior
Vice-Commander, Harry Markowitz;
Junior Vice-Commander, Abess Gold-
man ; Officer of the Day. J. William
Baros; Judge Advocate, Harry Hirs-
chensohn; Surgeon, Dr. Meyer Wig-
dor.
The members by unanimous vote se-
lected the name Frieda Markowitz
Post No. 174, for the Post. The post
is concentrating at this time on pur-
SPY SUSPECTS
ARE SOUGHT
Ten persons in Germany are among
the 17 members of an alleged Nazi
spy ring whom the federal govern-
ment hopes to indict here for the
theft of a United States Army avia-
tion code.
The identities of the agents abroad
were not revealed nor would officials
discuss possible diplomatic complica-
tions that might arise from their in-
dictments. The government has in-
structed the federal grand jury how
far it can go in getting to the bottom
of espionage activities in the United
States.
Coming on the eve of the launching
at Mitchel Field, Long Island, of the
most important army air maneuvers
in America's history, the action took
on unusual significance. There were
indications that it is but one develop-
ment in the .grim determination of
the government to blot out all un-
American political activity in this
country.
NEW LAW OPENS
BRAZIL FOR
IMMIGRATION
THE LATE FREDA MARKOWITZ
chasing the necessary standards, col-
ors and other necessary material so
that it will be prepared to participate
in public exercises to be held Memor-
ial Day.
It will be the aim of the post to
further close cooperation between all
military organizations of Greater Mi-
ami and to take its place along side
of all other military organizations in
furthering the developments of the
ideals for which the Jewish Wnr Vet-
erans of the United Stntes stand.
All members who arc eligible to
become members of the American Le-
gion of Miami. Miami Beach or Coral
Gables are urged to make every effort
to file their applications to become
members of the American Legion, as
well ns those eligible to become mem-
bers of tho Spanish Wnr Veterans.
Veterans of Foreign Wars and the
United Spanish American War Vet-
erans.
An urgent appeal is made to all
veterans eligible to join the Jewish
War Veterans Post to do so before
Memorial Day so that the Post can
equip them to take part in the Mem-
orial Day services.
Staff of officers named were : Quar-
termaster, Herman Ginsberg; Adjut-
ant, Eugene J. Weiss; Chaplain,
Rabbi M. Mescheloff.
Senate ApDroves
Annullment Bill
Washington, D. C. (WNS)A bill
that would annul the citizenshop of
Americans who participate in foreign
elections or plebiscates such as those
conducted by the Nazis hns passed the
Senate and is now before the House
for action on Senate amendments.
The House had previously passed the
bill.
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.
REFORM TEMPLES
PLAN UNITY
New York. (WNS)Unification
for the first time in the history of Re-
form Judaism of all Reform temples
in New York City into a single fed-
eration for the purpose of servihg ns
the "representative for Reform Juda-
ism in all matters affecting the reli-
gions, moral and communal life in
New York, to promote the nims of
the congregations in their devotional,
edncntionnl and communal activities,
and to promote the aims, purposes
nnd welfare o fthe Union of American
Tlom-cw Congregations in metropoli-
tan New York" was approved at a
meeting of the New York Advisory
committee of the Union. Action on
this recommendation will be taken by
the executive board of the Union at
its meeting in Atlantic City on June
10th.
Home Secretary
Warns Dictators
Rin de Janiero (WNS)Brazil's
stringent immigration law of 19.14. in-
corporated in a constitutional provis-
ion limiting the number of immigrants
from any country in a given year to
two percent of the total number of
natives of that oeuntry who eaim to
Brazil in 1884. was superseded by a
new law promulgated by President
Getnlio Vargas which will enable the
entry of a substantial number "f Jew
from Eastern nnd Central Europe.
Under the old law legal Jewish immi-
gration from East European lands
was virtually cut off because the set-
tlement of Jews from Russia. Poland
nnd Ronmanin did not begin un'll
af-.er ler,.
The new law empowers each state
'o indicate what immigrants it. pre-
fers, thus- making it possible for ar.y
state to promote the colonization of
lnr;e numbers of Jews. The new law
also authorizes the government that
Immigrants need only a passport duly
to be admitted to Brazil. Aliens are
given six months to obtain a poli'e
registration card.
ANNUAL BAZAAR
WILL BE HELD
The annual Bazaar and dance of
the Young Men's Hebrew Association
will be held this coming Sunday eve-
ning. May lfith. beginning at 8 :f>0
o'clock at the eluhrooms of the organ-
ization, lflth avenue and S. W. Fifth
street. Many of Miami's organiza-
tions will be represented by booths
which will be staffed by their mem-
bers. Dnncing will be provided as
will special entertainment prov'ded
by Miami's amusement centers. An
evening of gala entertainment has
been promised. All the proceeds wll
he used for the building fund of the
organization.
PLAN ADOPTED
TO AID GIVERS
London (WNS)Democracies can
never countenance the nntl-Scmi!;. of Hitler or Stalin's distinctions be-
tween rich nnd poor. Home Secretary
Sir Snmuel Hoare declared in a speech
to a Rotary International Club con-
ference at Blackpool. Without men-
tioning either Hitler or Stalin by
name and completely avoiding any ref-
erence to Italy or Mussolini. Sir Sam-
uel warned the dictators that demo-
cracies will continue to flourish.
Asserting that neighborliness was
the first duty of democracy, the Home
Secretary snid the "Russian dictator
would restrict it to neighbors of his
own class, the so-called proletariat."
and "the German dictator would con-
fine it to neighbors of his own Aryan
race. We. with our democratic tra-
ditions cannot take so restricted a
view of our duty. For time out of
memory there has been no Jewish
question in Britain. Anti-Semitism
we have refused to countenance."
New York. (WNS)Elimination of
practices that often savored of rack-
eteering ns well ns the avoidance of
ineffioiencyy duplication nnd harmful
competition in the solicitation of
funds In this eonntry for the tradi-
tional Palestinian yeshivas. child care
agencies, hospitals. "Kolelim." free
loan societies, homes for the aged and
all other institutions not conducted
by the Jewish Agency Hadassah, Miz-
raehi or the Histadruth end which
appeal Independently to American
Jews for support are expected to re-
sult from an agreement just reached
between the Vasd LeumI of Palestine
and the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds.
The agreement provides for co-op-
eration in transmitting financial aid
from American welfare funds to thee
institutions under the terms of a plan
calling for the investigation, by the
social service department of the Vnad
Leumi. of the work performed bv the
institutions. The department, which
is directed bv Miss Henrietta SsoM.
then report the results of its study to
the Council, which will in turn trnn-
mit the information to it= 123 affiliat-
ed federations, welfare funds and
[ community councils.


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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938
VOLUME 11.NUMBER 19
HAVING FAITH
We have an abundant faith in the good judgment, the dis-
cernment of the Jewish people of this community, and it is be-
cause of that feeling-that we believe the proposed Federation
of Jewish Welfare Agencies will soon become a reality.
Jews are said to be good business men.......they are
said to be "rachmonim bnai rachmonim,'' people with hearts.
.... with such a combination of sound business acumen, ad-
ministered with a heart, the Jewish community of this area
must realize and understand that Federation is the only method
left if wc are to give the greatest amount to the greatest num-
ber. .......
The Federation plan now being worked out by a provisional
committee will soon be submitted to the people of this area.
Every organization will be invited to discuss and study the plan.
Of course it will not be perfect in the very beginning, but
neither is anything else.
We have faith in our people.....we have faith in the
Federation proposal......let Miami Jewry have faith in one
another and it will truly be the faith that will move mountains.
WllamL
TO FIND PEACE
Miss Dorothy Levin, daughter
of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levin of this city
ii the author of the following:
Whenever her children cannot sleep
ft night, because of the strange fears
that oppress them, there is a mother
who tells the mto "Think of a white
rose."
"This is the kin he lays, and describes it for them.
"It's not a full-blown rose; it mere- J
ly buds, each petal distinct and per- .
ft -t. although tightly rolled in the j
calyx. It stands before a black ve'vet'
(background, with each of its leaves
outlined distinctly.
"A single petal of this rose, pinched
off. would be as translucent as tho
fkin of a pearl and as soft as a silken
cloud. Yet the single petal is fibrous
and clearly outlined on all ita curly
rolled-down outside edges.
"It has not a shadow of living pink
upon it bat it vibrates with an inner
light finer than that of a star"* re-
flection and more vital than the star
itself.
"It does not blend into Ita back-
ground, yet it and the velvet behind
it are made of the same substance and
the two intermingle"
By the time the description has
reached thia point the children hare
found peaceful sleep, and thus, it ia to
herself that the mother murmurs
"and the two intermingled, some say,
make op Immortal life."
The Mosque of Omar was erected
*n the site where the ancient Temple
stood in Jerusalem in the year 684.
The great Jewish settlements in
Babylonia were predominantly agri-
cultural.
SOCIETY
LADIES Al XILIARY
HOLDS ELECTION
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation held
election of officers last Tuesday eve-
ning, May 10th and the following
were elected: Mrs. Ida Buckstein,
president; Mrs. Moses Pallot first
vice-president; Mrs. Harry Shulman,
second vice-president; Mrs. L. Kotkin
treasurer; Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum,
financial secretary; Mrs. Louis Pal-
lot, recording secretary; Mrs. H.
Farber, corresponding secretary. The
board members will be elected at the
next meeting.

RETURNS FROM NORTH
Mr. Philip Berkowita returned to
the city last Saturday evening after
a combined business and pleasure trip.

INSTALLATION LUNCHEON
TO BE HELD
An outstanding affair will be the
installation luncheon to he giren by
the Beth David 8lsterhood at the
Palatial Restaurant on Wednesday,
May 18th at 12 JO p. m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be the principal speaker
of the afternoon. Mrs. Lewis Brown,
past president of the Sisterhood will
install the officers and Sadye O. Rose
wiH be toastmistress and Mrs. Sol
Rotfort will give a report of last years
sctivities. In charge of arrangements
is Mrs. Edward Friedman, general
chairman, who is assisted by the Me*
dames S. Weissel. M. Pepper. J. Al-
bert and M. Schwartx. For reserva-
tion, please call Mrs. B. Handle at
2-7871, Mrs. Edw. Friedman at 5-
5481 and Mrs. M. Schwartx at 2-1964.
notnA,
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
this Sunday night. It has arrived
folks.
This Sunday night the Y. II H. A.
will present their third annual Bazaar
and Festival at the Y. M. H. A.
building located at 1567 8. W. Fifth
Street. Not a trick has been passed
up by Ben Serkin and his committee
in their efforts to make this affair
the season.s tops socially and financ-
ially. It a'lo carriess pecial signifi-
cance in that it will
round out a most active
and successful year of
events presented by the
administration under
the guidance of our
capable President, E.
Albert Pallot and his
fellow officers. Tip-
Miami University orchestra will pay
for dancing and our old friend Bena-
tor Hay Murray who just returned
from New York will preside as Mas-
ter of ceremonies. Bob Lenrs, pop-
ular radio crooner will also be on
hand to aid in the merry making.
There will be games, prizes, dancing,
refreshments, and last but not least
free admission to all. Come early
and stay late, as this is a one night
affair only. Bring the whole Mish-
boocba. Everyone cordially invited.
the honors. Congratulations Junior
Hadaaaah on your splendid selection
of May Queens, and good luck to the
future sucess of these dances.
('...... to the Y. M. II. A. Baxaar
this Sunday.
DIAMONDBALL NEWS
During the past week the Y. M. II
A. diamondbaU team Inspired by
Manager Hoc Weitikle and attired In
'the slickest looking uniforms, won
three games jn :, r(,w to go into a tie
for first place in the Miami Beach
League. Their first victory was a
beautifully pitched no-hit, no-tun
game by Hy Sacks against the Naval
Reserve team, ft to 0. In their sec-
ond battle against the Civic League
team they staged a last inning rally
to emerge victors 6 to .". In the final
game of the week against the Marine
Athletic Club home runs by Leo I.ip-
owskv and bay Msyerwitz aided ma-
terially in piling up the 10 to 5 vic-
tory. The attendance at these game*
has not been up to par for which we
are urging all yon diamondball en-
thusiasts and "V supporters to
please come to Flamingo Park M n-
day evening when they wl'l pla th"
Miami Beach Athletic Club and on
Tuesday night the Civic League. Ad-
mission one-tenth of a dollar.
Come to the Y. M. II. A. I
thi Sunday.
**Y" WINS MAY QUEEN HONORS
Miss Rosalyn Simon, member of
the Junior Y. W. H. A., representing
the "Y" at the Junior Hadaisah
May Day Dance last Sunday stole
the show from a bevy of beauties
representing ten other organisations
in Miami by winning first prise hon-
ors and being crowned May Queen of
1938. Miss Simon wss awarded a
beautiful loving cup presented by the
Damenstein Jewelry Company. Sec.
ond place honors went to Miss Jesn-
ette Kronenfeld, representing the
Beth David Congregation, and Miss
Rally Goodkowsky of the Senior
Council wss the recipient of third
place honors. This mskes it three
years in s row that a "Y" represen-
tative has won the May Queen hon-
ors. Last yesr it was Miss Evelyn
Mark. who by the way is recuperat-
ing nicely from an operation, and in
lfW Mis Dot Davis who i soon tn
become Mrs. David Laekowits won
ATHLETIC FUND DRIVE
On the night of Sunday. May 2ft'h.
at the Civic Center Ballroom the Y.
M. H. A. diamondball team will stage
their annual dance and frolic in their
efforts to raise the necessary fun'!'
to pnrchase uniforms, bells, hats. etc.
Al Reisman and Nat Blumberr are
co-chairmen. Purchase your ticket-
early as the seating capacity is lim-
ited to the first one thousand. Tick-
ets are selling at $100 per coople.
Get your parties together now and
phone In your reservations to .1-4012.
Y. M. H. A. MOTHER'S DAY
PROGRAM
The Y. W. H. A. annual Mother's
Day program was held before one of
the largest gatherings ever to attend
a "Y" function. Miss Dora Rosen-
house waa program chairman and
Mrs. Albert Reisman was mistress of
ceremonies. The program included
invocation given by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman : Welcome Address by Miss
Ida Engier. president: community
singing led by Mrs. Willis m Fried-
man, readings by Hope Ellen Tan-
nenbaum. Shirley Mandel snd Shirley
Levy, piano selections Miss Josephine
Raxin. song. "My Yiddish Mamms".
Irving Ginsburg: guest speaker. Mrs.
: Diana Hull: dance nnmber. Mis
Hope Ellen Tannenbaum and song by
the Syman twin. Following an an-
' nual custom the huge cake was cot
by Mrs. Max Bchwartn. The bene-
diction was given by Rabbi ICose*
Mescheloff, which concluded a
joyous occasion.
Come to the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar
this Sunday.
.11 LY FOURTH BUS EXCURSION
Early reservations are requested by
Doctor Milton Saslow who is in
charge of a novelty chartered bus ex-
cursion to Key West to be concluded
with a get-to-gether fun fest to be
held at the "Y" cluhrooms. The first
thirty-five to place their reservations
will be accepted. The small sum of
$.".00 will take care of the complete
expense on the trip. Phone 3-4012.
BOY SCOUT NEWS
According to advance informat'on
it. looks like Captain Bergida. Harry
Saul. Scoutmaster and Al Steinberg.
Assistant Seoutmastar. are going to
have the best exhibition and displav
at the Y. M. H. A. Bazaar Sunday in
competition with the Y. M. n. A.,
the Y. W.. the Juniors and the Sioga".
MISS IDA ENGI.ER LEAVES FOR
NEW YORK THIS SUNDAY
Miss Ids Engier, president "' t^
Y. W. II A and ope of Mismi'l
most prominent communal woikcr-i
l,.ft f,,r New York yesterday for her
first trin in 1" year-. Accompanying
her on this trip ws her mother. wr.
Jacob Engier and her -: er Molly.
Good luck Engier*. and best w;shes;
for a very enjoyable vaca'io-i.
Come to the Y. M. TL A. P-zasr
and Festival th: Sundsv. Mav l"*h
Festivities begin at S :00 p. m. Free
sdmission.
It will be my privilege to greet
each and everyone of yoon personally
so pleae do not fail me or the "Y."
Aeording to Joaephus. a priest sta-
tioned on one of the battlements of
the Temple, signalled bv trumpet
notes the beginning snd end of the
Sabbath. This statement is confirm-
that on Friday afternoon the frumnet
ed in the Talmud where it Is added
was blown three times signalling firs'
that field laborers should cease work,
next when time to dose shop came
and finally to Indicate that the time
had come to kindle Sabbath lights.
The British government, through
ita colonial secretary offered a stretch
of land in Uganda In BriHus, Bast
Africa for Jewish settlement. Com-
plete autonomy went with the offer
hut when the mstter was bronght he-
fore the Sixth Zionist Coneress for
decialon s large nnmber of delegat-s
Hmontrated their opr>oit''>n to &"1
propossl (which hsd enough votes to
csrrvl by withdrawing from the ha'l
snd threatening a split in the move-
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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938
THE JEWISH FLOEIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
THE WORLD'S WINDOW
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN-
There must have been others beside
myself who, when they read the var-
ious provisions of the Itnlo-British
pact, harbored a shrewd and unhappy
suspicion that other and more or less
sinister commitments had been made.
On May 3rd the news broke. Neville
Chamberlain admitted to the House of
Common! that an oral understand-
in,, on Palestine had accompanied
the written agreement of Easter Sun-
day signed in Rome. Sharply ques-
tioned from the floor of the House
as to why this agreement was oral
Mr. Chamberlain lamely replied: "I
find some difficulty in saying what
the mason was." Filmsy and tortu-
ous disengenuousness can go no far-
ther.
Let us examine this oral agree-
ment. Italy promised to "abstain
from creating difficulties or embar-
rassments for His Majesty's Govern-
ment in the administration of Pales-
tine." In the good days before the
jungle came back to Europe powers
not actually at war practiced such ab-
stentions as a matter of course. My
neighbor! do not throw their refuse
on my lawn. Nor do I have to make
agreement! to have them practice that
"abstention."
In return for this promise on the
part of Italy, said Mr. Chamberlain.
"Britain promised to preserve and
protect legitimate Italian interests in
the Holy Land." It would be amus-
ing to know what those legitimate
interests are. Mussolini can hardly
pose ns a Protector of the Faith or as
a guardian of the Roman Church. He
lias posed as a friend of the Moslem'.
That is farcical. In 1927 and aga-n
in 1932 Tunisian Arabs spoke to tne
with horror of the Italian regim" ii;
Tripoli, giving authentic chapter fid
verse. The bombers of naked Ethio-
pians have probably not changed their
habits. Anyhow, wasn't Britain sup-
posed to be, as indeed she is. the first
Moslem power In the world? Didn't
she jnst make further annexations .-f
Moslem territory in the Arabian hin-
terland? So what business has Mn-
snlini in Palestine? No wonder 'hat
Lloyd Oeorge termed this whole IBM!
of agreements abject, dishonorable and
owardly. It is the last word on the
subject
There is one aspect of this ahomin-
nhle business that may do some good
if it is properly emphasized and peb-
"eized. There were those of ns. o'
rnurse. who always knew perfee'lv
well that there was no such thins n
n noble uprising of the Arnb aza!-t
ither Britain or the Yishuv and vho
Knew that sinister influences were ac-
tually inciting the worst elements of
the Arab population to brigandage
and murder and that therefore we
.Tews could make peace with the Arabs
ami live in peace with them if we
were given half a chance. This con-
tention on the part of the Jewish
p.,,ple is now proved up to the hilt
and Wond the further possibility of
dispute. Mr. Chamberlain explained
in the Houseof Commons that what
Italy concretely promised to do was
"to call off her propaganda and mon-
e, payments to the Arabs." In other
WArdl M **
ml so many of our people
The question of migration and ref-
Ogeea from Central Europe calls to
mind the statement of a modern au-
thority who says: "the Jews had set-
tled in Western Europe before many
of its most typical inhabitants had
emerged from Asia, and before other*
had crossed the Central European
Plain or had traversed the North Sea
to invade the Went." When it's a
matter of age it's hard to heat the
Jewish people.
Early church councils forbade the
Jew to work in the fields on Sunday
despite the fact that he rested com-
pletely on Saturday.
B'NAI B'RITH
have died a martyr's death because a
super-gangster has suborned ordinary
gangsters.
May I call this matter to the atten-
tion of those Jews, younger and older,
who hesitate to embrace the central
cause of the redemption of their people
became they are sensitive to supposed
Arab wrongs. Shall we agree to dis-
miss this silly business once and for
all? For, note, that no agreement
with the gangsters in the Wilhelm-
strassc has yet been made or is likely
to be made. And so their share in
fomenting brigandage and murder by
Arabs has not yet been laid bare nor
is likely to be.
The most sinister statement of Mr.
Chamberlain was, of course, this:
that Britain in return for Italy's ces-
sation of her hostile and inexcusable
activities would "consult Italy before
taking any action to partition Pales-
tine or alter the mandate." It is this
sort of thing, of course, that drew
from Mr. Lloyd George his bitterest
observation : "The Government has re-
treated so often before the dictators
that they have come to the conclusion
that there is no point at which Bri-
tain will stand."
Fortunately this is not the wliol-
picture. The formidiihle military al-
liance between Britain and France
has been completed and a unification
of command and resources has been
achieved which during the World War
it took three miserable years to ac-
complish. From this alone it mist
be evident that a point will come
How long. O Lord, how long!when
gle halt, lest it creep up upon them
the civilised peoples will bid the jun-
too.
It is a sorry pass to which the
world has come when we who have
been liberator, pacifists, passionate
believers in humsn brotherhood all
our lives, pray for the war to begin
lest all possibility of liberty, of peace,
of brotherhood be obliterated for we
know not how many centuries.
As that day approaches Britain
may come to seethat Britain, whose
clearest-eyed men see it nowthat
the defense of human civilization, of
ordef. freedom and decency itself
require not that great segments of
the Jewish people be destroyed in
Germany and Hungary and Boumania
and Poland but that a powerful Jew-
ish people in all Palestine down
through the Nogeh and on both sides
of the Jordan up to the Twin Rivera
guardan incomparable garrison and
outpost of civilizationthe fr.....loin
and the progress of what was once
Europe and may become Europe
again.
BRIEFS
By E. ALBERT PALIT
Were you at tho Mother's Day cel-
ebration, sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith, at the Temple last Sunday
night? If you were not you really
missed an excellent and entertaining
program. Success for B'nai B'rith.!!
Not enough can be said for Mrs.
Bertha B. Levy, who served as direc-
tor for the program and staged twelve
tableaus "Mothers of Today.".
B'nai B'rith is indeed very grateful to
you, Mrs. Bertha Levy.
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MAURICE G. MAMCHE3. Cantor
726 Meridian Avenue
'Phooe 5-2013
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
326 Jefterion Avenue
'Phone 5-132!
In our midst we found .a very
charming violinistMiss Selmn Ein-
beinder. She attends the University
of Miami, and is well known for her
concert work. Frankly, we were all
a little hesitant at first. One expects
a violinst to be either old or grey
haired, or. if a woman, to possess no
charm or beauty, as if she were corn-
ability. But. lo and behold; She np-
ponsatcd sufficiently by her artistic
pea red on the stage. A beautiful nnd
charming young lady. One drawof
her bow across her violin strings, and |
she immediately held her audience
spellliound until she completed her
rendition. Many thanks to you. Sel-
ma. for assisting us on thi sprogram.
SERVICES
Shachriss: 7:00 nnd 8:00 n. m.
mornings. Mincha : from 5:45 p. m.
Sabbath: Friday evening at 5 :30 ;
Saturday morning at 7:0 Oand 0:00.
Saturday afternoon at 5:30 followed
by Shalosh S'oodos*.
This Saturday Rabbi Mescheloff
will preach during the morning ser-
vice on "Sefira." During the Shalosh
S'oodoss he will speak on the portion
of the week. Cantor Mamches will
chant during the services.
HEBREW SCHOOL
Pins for excellence in attendance
were distributed to our regular He-
brew School children. Our Hebrew
School session will continue through-
out the summer, being switched to the
cool morning hours immediately aft' r
puhlic schools close. Parents with
children attending our school are
urged to keep them in attendance all
summer. Parents whose children have
not yet registered in our Hebrew
School, can register them if they ere
within the nges of ft and II. any week
day afternoon at the synagogue. The
rabbi is at his office from I :00 to
7 :00 daily.
Snapshots were taken of the grid-
and will be shown in the near future.
YOUNG MEN'S GROUP
Our group of young men between
the ages of 13 and 18 has shown
practically no decrease in attendanee.
Parents of boys of this age are strong-
ly urged to have them attend our
Sunday morning minyan at il :IK> fol-
lowed by breakfast served by the Sis-
terhood under the care of Mrs. I'.. s-
venirk.
By popular request our Junior ton-
gregation, despite its closing exerdaca
before Pesach, is still meeting for
services every Saturday morning un-
der the direction of Mr. L;wis Green
at 0:00 a. in. Refreshments are ser-
ved nfter the service. A'l b.i/s ami
girls of school age are cordially in-
vited.
HABANOTH
The Habannth are rehe.T-Sinz their
play "Two Goyim"' which they intend
producing together with a nrogiam ot
monologue!, ^ongs nnd dances, and
the Jewish Orchestra of Greater Mi-
Inmi. under the direction o' Mr. A.
Bramson. to be held Mondav evening.
May 30th. Posters were made by
Bitta Sehoenfeld and Elaine Ramie'*.
Miss Fay Rechtinnn was Invited :is
visitor to the lust meeting. Further
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YOUR CANDIDATE
for
CONGRESS
Jewish officers served under Wil-
lington at Waterloo.
Jewish folk songs pursue a melody
that appeals to the heart. A good
example of this is the popular song
By Meir Bist Du Shoen. To top off
Sunday night's program. Miss Ruth
Young rendered a selection of Jewish
songs, collected in her travels over
the continent. The fact that the au-
dience applauded for encore after en-
core, is just one indication of how
excellently she understood and sang
these melodies.
Believing that after a full program
of entertainment, the officers of the
Lodge assumed most every one would
want to get away for the Junior Hu-
dassah dance at the American Legion
Home. Therefore no refreshments
were ordered. But when Rudy Adler
arrived, and learned of this state of
affairs, he immediately took it upon
himself to order some refreshments.
When the audience finally left the
Temple, every bit had been consumed.
Everyone was happy. Leave it to
Rudy Adler at all times to do the
right thing.
Al Pallot. vice-president, introduced
the chairman of the program, who. In-
cidentally, is the author of this col-
umn. AI served in the absence of El-
rv Stone, who was called out of town.
tinting group and our Young Men's membership is elosed for the season.
group last Sunday. Those wishing to Girls between 12 and 15 can make ap-
get copies can do so through the rabbi, plication for entrance in August.
Motion pictures were also taken of Tickets for the entertainment can be
these two groups by Mr. J. M. Rose, bought from any member or the Rabbi.
be running these affaire while we -it
in the audience.
This column would net be complete
without a word of thanks to Dr. Jac-
ob H. Kaplan, who offered the bene-
diction for the evening. It fitted per-
fectly into the spirit of Mother's Day.
The fathers of the Ameriean Rev-
olution adopted as their first seal a
picture of the overthrow of Pharonh
at the Red Sea. with the motto : "Re-
hellion to tyrants Is obedience to
God." According to one historian it
was Hebraic mortar that cemented
the foundations of the American Re-
public.
PAT CANNON
VOTE MAY 24th
'His Victory Will Be
Your Victory"
(P>id Political Adv.)
miHUiimmm""""""-'
Do You
Own
Your Home?
There never was a better time
than new to build one
The Liberal Financing Through
Federal Housing
Administration
Makes It Poaalble
Olve me a call and I ">>/*
help you to get the beet po-
alble fnformatfcn as to Ite clan.
H. SIMONS
Care Aekerman Ine. Agency
1015 Seybold Bldg.
Phone 2-S1S1
If this column is devoted entirely
to the Mother's Day program, you can
understand, that it is nearest to any
hearts at this time. The B'nai B'rith
staged itit was a successand the
B'nai B'rith Is again proud to lead In
Jewish cultural affairs.
Join the B'nai B'rith
Stay with B'nai B'rith
Support the B'nai B'rith
J. ARON ABBOTT.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 8871
RE : ESTATE OF
BORIS SCHLACHMAN,
I>ee*a*ed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MARE APPLICATION FOR
FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that I hava
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
the estate of Boris Scblachman, de-
ceased : and that on the Z3 day of
May. 1038. I will apply to the Hon-
orable W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, Florida for approval
of snid final report and for final dis-
charge as Administrator of the
Estate of Ron's Sclilnchman, deceased.
This L'Sth day of April. 1938.
I. L. MINTZER
E. ALBERT PALLOT,
Attorney for Administrator.
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAYJ3. 1934


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Bachmas as hosfiaua Prises wer-?
won bj Miss Dorothy Peretzman, Mus
Freda Moses and Mrs. R. Fisher.
Mrs. XamoB with her daughter.
Miss Vera Xaman. of Xew Tork, are
| with relatives in Tampa.
Mr*. Xaman and Tera are staving
with Mrs. Xaman's sister and r
Mr?. Cfcardhoff and Mr. Leo Chard-
The next poMfc b to be eon-
ducted ur.der the auspices of the Pro-
Hub will b held at the Y. M.
H. A. on Wednesday evening. May
".; Il srfU bo a "I-aag B'nmr" card
the entire COM
welcome.
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-- Ucn, lira. Bol Flelsrhman:
personal contact. Mrs, Hand Jnster;
Trw of l.-f. MLsc Ruth Finman : In
Metnorianv Mrs. Ruel Bernh'-im:
Idea Chairman. Miss Florence Ahram-
'vitz: Printing. Mi ITr-len Arnno-
vitz: Publicitv. Mrs, Jules Silverman j
Advertising rommittoo. Miss Rae
Freeman. Mrs. Ben J. Horn. Mrs.
Oear VerVanf. afiaa Rno Silbor. Mlaa
Flizabeth Abramovitz. Mrs. Manuel
Burbman. Mrs. Louis Buehman. Mrs.
LooJa Pimorifz. Mrs. Harrr Kotler.
Flowor rommittoo. Mrs. B. J. {Torn
and Mrs. Baity KotW : Seating fom-
mitt/f. Mrs. Jufe, Knablos: Ushers.
Mrs. Oscar Verkauf. Mrs. Loaiae
^imnri-z. Mi Jorrr Rosonbre. Mi's
Bnth Simon. Mr. Xathan LntB, Mrs.
Sol Fl Insrafation of offioors will |
':" "'' "' the evenlflf. New
. arc a follows: Pn
D P< nnan : fir^- via
'" Miss Rn*h Finman. aeeoi
at kfia. Nathan Potter; -
Mrs. Louis Bimovitz; eorres-
" Mrs. Mannel Bn w.
recording secretary, Miss Flor-
*noo Abramorita Ifnsie wtU I
Dghoot the evening bv Don
Fransiaeo and his orchestra.
The neat speaker foe tho eTenlng
be announced at a latef* date.
Aft. -b neetiBf Miss R::fr, Finman
gsv* an interesting report of the con-
-. whioh took place last m- nth
at Miami. Othr committee chairmen
gave their various reports.
Mr. and Mr*. David M. Schwartz
Wt recently for New York where tbey
will spend a month.
Mrs. Lena Markowits, who was
visiting with Mrs. Charles Markowitx
Tewtlrraew on Pae Kight)

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"OUR LIGHT"
BY DORIS SIDNEY HELLER. EDITOR
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
EOLA DRIVE ORLANDO, FLA.
RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP J
1012 HARWELL STREET ORLAXDO. FIA ,
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deney of Mr. Barney Coher.. F
details fat the F:ftt Pis".:
tion were announced by Btai
Hy Roth. A special meet-
ing to decide convention dett
be held next Tucsd.':' : : t, May IT.
at 8 :00 o'clock. It is hope I
than T5 new members wii! be Initiat-
ed in the B'nai B'rith Lodf*. Tha
. Ladies Auxiliary of the B'nal B'rith
will shortly announce th- r |
entertain the visiting deleft
members of B'nai B'rith
- join are nrged I
rr. The convention will
. Sunday :.','. Mr. in v. M _
, 30th at the San Juan H :
B'NAI B'RITH LUNCHEOX
I

hen. Il
| luncheons twice a month witb
- |TanL The nexl
will be announced shortly.
THE TORCH CLUB
Rabbi Bkop raeandy addraai
International Club on the I
"What's Happening in IV
Xumerous questions wro aaki
the non-Jews which indicated an :n-
banaa Interest in the propross r.f ;..-
Jews in Eretz Tisrael. Rabbi Skop
has been invited to bring ereetir.es to
the 200th Anniversary of the Meth-
odist Churches by Rev. A. Frd Tur-
ner of the First Methodist Church of
Orlando.
CONFIRMATION'
Final details have been completed
by the parents of the 14 confirmants
of the class of lftV. The class will
meet for rehearsals Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 4:00 o'clock with Mr.
Eli Haimowitz and Mr. Morris Gor-
don. Confirmation will be held Mon-
day night. June 6th at 7 :45 o'clock.
R\TE REDUCTIONS | creased during the past two yM
ARE ANNOUNCED a result of necessary wage incrM_
______ | to enable the company's employees to
On June 1 the People's Water and meet the rising cost of living. Row-
Gas Companv of Miami Beach will | ever, consumers who use ga, c,ntin.
make another reduction in its gas | uoualy at one location throuhout th
rates This will be the sixth volun- year have available to them tha coB.
tarv reduction which has been made pany's rate schedule "D" und,r which
Vovember 19. 1931. at which there is a saving of about twenty p*r.
Services tonight S :15 p. m. D;e tt
the many so-called converted Jean
speaking in Christian churches in Or-
lando. Rabbi Skop's sermon will be
"Convert Yonr OwnLet the Jews
Alone." Orthodox services Saturday
7:00 a. m. Children'a aerricea 8:30
a. m. Hebrew stories by the Rabbi
and Hebrew songs by Cantor Lesb-
insky.
closing BBGm
1 :ng exercises of the Religious
m Schools will be !
Sunday morning. May 22nd at 10:00
era of honor eertifi-
-lons will be announc-
LADIES AUXn.IARY
Al 'he last meting of the T.
( the 8 the fol-
n wore elected for
the r: Mrs. Lon Jac b
lira. Bol Wittenstein, rtce
-*: Mr*, pi Berger, record-
ry : M-s. I. A T x
- : Un Sam M helson, cor-
respoi Installation of
May 21th at a
.-. get-to-gether. Committees
will be announced at the luncheon.
STAG CLUB
The first social affair of the recent-
ly organized young men's social, ath-
letic and cultural group will be the
installation banquet and dance this
Sunday evenine. Mnv lath at R:00
o'clock at the Palms Hotel in Apopka.
An interestine program has been ar-
ranged by the chairman of the social
committee. Mrs. Morris T.aBellman.
Everyone is invited to this affair.
Tickets can be procured at the Syna-
gogue office. M37.
B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION
One of the most outstanding meet-
ings of the local Lodge 1043 was held
last Tuesday night under the presj.
ie the present operating personnel
. ver the management of the
y. This latest reduction is to
In the company's schedule
which more than ?2 per-
cent, as compared with th i ,.
schedule.
The number of consumers s(.rr^ i
the company showed an Inci
IS percent during the year 1B87, |,nt
<,--. -omers are billed, and earnings were affected by the stead-
SPEAKER BANKHEAD
ISSUES CHALLENGE
TO DICTATORS
I Continued, from Page One)
It was Woodrow Wilson who said :
"if we could bnt have the eyea to aee
the subtle elements of thought wh'cb
constitute the gross substance of onr
present habit, both as regards the
sphere of private life, and aa regards
the action of the state, we eeouid
easily daicover how very mnch besides
religion we owe to the Jew."
Josepbns. Jewish historisn who liv-
ed 20 centuries ago at the time
the Jewish state was destroyed, has
this to say in one of his numerous
volumes : "if KpTa to me that the
misfortunes of ]] mni from tne be-
ginning of the world, if they be com-
pared to those of the Jews, are not ao
considerable.'"
civilization, but is V power-
ful impulse in th'- history of the T- w
ish people. Jfo people has more rich-
lj endowed the democratic heri-a:.-'-
which is ours: no peoplr :.r "
greater satisfaction and nnetoary m
it= blessings."
The opening business sessions of
onrention were devoted to Mr.
1 '.ill message and re-
by Mauri" Blearer, en
secretary: Richard E. Qnstadt, direc.
tor of the Anti-Defemati..: I.
Dr. A. L. Sachar. director of the Hi-
!-l Foundation- ; Ram Beber. presi-
dent of the Supreme Advisory Coun-
cil of Aleph Zadek Aleph. B'nai
B'rith's junior order; Sidney O. Ku-
worm. national director of the Amer-
icanism department, and Rabbi Kmil
W. Lfipziger.. chairman of the social
service committee. Mr. Cohen touch-
ed on phsaes of all these reports in
bis messsge in which he declared that
B'nai B'rith now functions In 30
countries and that since 1925 the or-
der spent nearly ?2-000.000 on good
will work, emergency relief and the
support of B'nai B'rith" educational,
philanthropic and religious institu-
tions, exclusive of administration ex-
penses and another 11.000.000 by the
aeren American districts and 450 lo-
cal lodges.
B'nsi B'rith membership is now
00.68B. ss against 35.328 five yeir*
sgo. Mr. Bisgyer reported, sn in-
cresse of 15.000 since the last eonven
tion in 1035. During Mr. Cohen a
presidency, he stated, the order has
been extended into China. Hawaii
Argentina. France. Algeria. Brazil.
Mexico. TTrugnay. Chile and Roeta
America. The women's auxiliarie'-.
he reported, have grown from 4" to
178 with a membership of 17.000.
- users of gas under this
ivlag I monthly consnmp-
tion df ever 5.000 cubic feet. At the
Bt time the first two thousand
feet of gas are billed nt $1 90
per tlcnsand gross, with a discount
of ten cents per thousand allowed for
rmeat No cut will be
- :; braokef. nor in the next
- : feet.
' Il now billed at *1.7.r> gross.
Comma '-: wttii nooo cable I
'' -.- '. Bt from si 78 to
d all the way up to
a month' ge of 21
m 91.00 to
thoni I up I
hie feel
r 8 bic f
ffered a fnrthi
s- per tl H.5MI per
......bly usage of
which
The loss in r< I -
-
'- tal net in-
come.
It has net been possible to cut the
rates applying to small users of gas
for the reason that the expense of
handling the great number of turn-ons
and turn-offs prevailing among this
InriBg both the winter and sum-
mer seasons has been vrv much in-
ily mounting cost of raw materials,
well as by general increases i:
of employees. Taxes, too. increased'
the amount (excluding income taxes)
paid in 1937 being 27 percent abor
that paid in the preceding year,
ASKS ELECTION
ON RECORD
Mr. II. H. Filer, former \
of the Bchool Board of ii
and leader in the race for I
from the Fourth Coognaal Dis
trict. asks for the support
ers on his record of more '
yean Ib educational work. H.> trav-
el, il more than thirty-five
miles throughout the state in
- of insuring a decei
tional standard and wace for the
school system and school teacl -- Rt
is a native of the district
active in its comnr-.'
throughout his entire life. II
ing supported by citizen-
"f belief.
"GREETINGS B'NAI B'RITH
DELEGATES
Stop at
FORT OATLIN HOTEL
during your annual convention.
May 29th and 30th in Orlando,
Low Summer Rates and Winter
Time Comforts."
Mr. Beber declared that the A. 7,. A.
has 6.000 active member*, and more
than 5.000 alumni over 21 years i f
age, with 20." chapters in the (Jl ted
. Canada and bram-h- in l'.il-
estine and Bulgaria.
..- ^COOL
\\ xoeaboard
/ reclining seat
air-conditioned coaches
Thai ii wsy lo fol For ipetd,
safely, economyand enjoyment
of the Isletl developments of the
csr-beilden' art. Low coil meal
end pillow service. Look el these
eserspies of one-wey doily fstes
One Wav Fare From
MIAMI
Subject to change with-
out notice.
Baltimore .... (23 ao
"*to" ......-'.' MilO
JseissaeiTille ___ 7^5
SsJL"* *7
.Novfsrk ....... BojtO
PW>iphia .... ss.ao
Pittsburgh ..... .i5
aehington ------ Jj.io
PERFORMANCE
The weight of any political
candidate's promise is meas-
ured by past performance.
HENRY H. FILER'S record
of service in public life lends
added weight to his pledge
of MORE FEDERAL AID
for the Fourth Congressional
District.
VOTE FOR
HENRY H. FILER
FOR CONGRESS
His outstanding work for Florida
Kluration merits your considera-
tion.

CITY TICKET OFFICE
USE. FUgier St.
Phones 2 3125 J-S104
T. W. Ll'CKETT, D. P. A.
EXTRA ARMINGS!
on ucrw/t
LARGER DIVI-
DENDB ON
TOUR SAVINGS
?RE LIKE
EXTRA INOOME DURING THE SEASON.....WE
HAVE ALWAYS PAID 4% ON BaWINOS ACCOUNTS
D? YOU ARE NOT BEING PAID AS MUCH OH
YOUR SAVD/OS, BRING YOUR ACCOUNT TO Ul.
PHONE 3-2662
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spvincs nnn .opn QssocmTion
or miRmi *
fr^Nd fW Co-or.aa Bldg, 10S R. E. S.cond Rvav.
J' M' UPTON, Prerident


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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
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ACCOUNTANT
V. EDWARDS
rhartered Accountant. All branches
,,, \, .--mnting. Complete Tax Service,
tflympia Bid*. Phone_3-8831.__________
^AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
General Auto Repairing
WRECKER SERVICE
AUTO PAINTING
Generafc tl, Starters. Ignition, Prompt
*'"'"" briGLET'S GARAGE ....
jil" 'ti.nn Rd.. M-Bch.. Tel. 5-013S
DRAPERD3S
en"en*3
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BATTERIES SERVICE
BATTERIES AUTO AND MARINE
PRICED $2.5 UP
Recharging. Complete Electrical and
Ictiitkin Service. Motor Winding, Car-
buretor Rebuilding.
ROAD SERVICE
Expert Workmanship
BEST BATTERY COMPANY
1-iW W. Flagler St. Tel. 3-3212
BODY MASSAGE_____
Acquire the Body Beautiful
FOR LADIES
Reduce or Gain 3 to 5 Inches
in "4 TreatmentsColonic Irrigations
REACH CONDITIONING CLCB
432 Espanol Way. Miami Beach
___________ Phone 5-4335_____________,
BUILDERS
BETTER DRAPERIES
Phone 7-3636. 97th and 2nd Ave. N. E.
ELECTRICIANS
For Years Master Electrician of Larg-
est and Most Famous Office Buildings
in the World
CHARLTE KALB
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
ALTERATIONSHOUSE WIRING
REPAIRS
THANK YOU PHONE 7-2817
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
HEALTH CLINIC
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 KKKE consultation.
DR. E. STANLEY PIERCE
ORTHO-ANATOMIST
CHIROPRACTOR
Graduate P. S. C.
Our New Location
47 N. W. 12th Avenue, corner 1st St.
PICTURE FRAMING
LANDSCAPING SOILS
PULVERIZED Soil $1.00 per yard,
Muck, Marl or Mixed ; Cow Manure
3 bags for $1.00. Delivered anywhere in
Coral Gables, Coconut Grove or Miami
Phone 4-4804, Agent will call.
LANDSCAPINO AND
ANCE. Soils and Sod.
MAINTEN-
Fruit Trees
Palms and Shrubbery. Fertilizer for
i, Flower Beds. Screened Soils for lawn
L. E. EDWARDS, Contractor
Builder of Momlngside
T.F.ROY S. EDWARDS, Manager
0812 BUoaJM Blvd. Phone 7-2160
In Miami Since 1808
"Let's Build a Home"
CONPTI-T me If that Is your "WISH'1
I will make it a "REALITY." Plan-
ning, financing, building, that's my
ousine".
JESSE E. MARCOUX
W7S P. W. 1st St.
Ph. 4.142S
BUILDING MATERIAL
E J. WARNER 4 COMPANY
lumber Sand Rock Brick Tile
Tr.s-fdwood Shingle* Roofing
Builders Hardware Dupont Duco
Paints
Evervthlnjr in Building Material
8128 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phones 2-1753
2-1754
BUSINESS COLLEGES
: Btenomphlo secretarial
tint- courses. Member
ion Accredited Com-
i
VIA'." BUSINESS COLLEGE
1 c v:-t"-' Aw
Repairs Contracts Alterations
LVON ELECTRIC CO.
The Oldest Established Electrical
Contractors at Miami Beach
I dressing.
Phoue 5-2444 Nite Service 2-6744 MELROSE nursery A. soils CO.
__________________________________________ i 2741 N. W. 27th Ave. Phones 3-8611
_ i3-8612
Established Since 1914
BISCAYNE ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CO.
Electrical WiringAny Size Job
Repairing Anything Electrical
Residential and Commercial
815 S. W. 8tb St. Phone 3-1288
FISH MARKET
BAKER FISH COMPANY
Always the BEST
Wholesale and Retail
Restaurants and Hotels Supplied
CITY CURB MARKET
501 S. W. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-43534
LOANS
FLOOR COVERINGS
A COMPLETE Floor Covering Ser-
viceHotels, Apartments, Resi-
dences.
Cleaning and Moth Proofing
LARVEX ODORLESS PROCESS
Many years of trustworthy service.
All customer's goods insured. MIAMI
CARPET CLEANING & LAYING
Co.. John A. Baker. Owner, 120 N.
W. 25th St., Tel. 2-2921.
FLORISTS
COMFORT PROTECTION
A WEI.I. VENTILATED ATTIC
MEANS A COOL HOME
B\RROVS "SELF-ACTION"
LEAK-PROOF VENTILATORS
KEEP OUT BLOWING RAINS
and prevent high prmnrc formation
In attic. Let n replace your leaky
vent- now.
L. P. IRELAND COMPANY, INC.
343 N. W. First Court
_____________Phone 3-S45______________
0 CEMETERY SERVICE
Onntta and Rronxe mark-
T- Vv:olems. cemetery work or
u, 1$S1 N. W. lOtn Ave.
J"' ph. *-!::___________
EXOTIC GARDENS. INC.
Flagler and Bridge, Phone I-6SSa
2-HWt. Beach Phone 5-2*61 07
Lincoln Road. Offlre M70 N'. W. 17th
Phone 2-31C" Finest Assort-
ment of FYeh ""lit Flowers In Miami.
FLOWERS FOR ALL OOOA8IOK8
WIRED ANYWHERE
CASH AT REGULAR
BANK INTEREST RATES
on
DIAMONDS
AutomobilesI,luted Stocks
RondsPersonal Loans
LOANS NOT LIMITED TO $300
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
46 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-0521
Thi Bank for the Individual
MISCELLANEOUS
EGRY AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER
Every Business Needs the Egry Sys-
tem. Flat Pax Stationery, Carbon Rolls
HENRY E. KOPPLOW
92S N. W. 17th Street Phone 2.1171
OPTICIAN
DR. LEONARD W. HASKIN
Specializing in Eye Examinations
Fitting and Repairing of
GLASSES
141 N. E. First St. Phono t-SStl
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
CONVENIENT TERMS
OPTOMETRISTS
ICTUR
FRAMING
vv
EXPERT WORK Price
very reasonable.LEARY
' PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
1152 N. E. 2nd. Ave. Phone
2-2034J. E. LEARY.__________________
PLUMRING
A. L. MERRIFIELD
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Repairs and Septic Tank Worn
All Work Guaranteed
25 YEARS' experience; large and
small Installations. Ill N. E. 20th
8t. Phone 3-3932.
SPECIAL PLUMRING
Do You Need a
Licensed Plumber
with 25 Years'
Experience?
For $1.50 Per Hour
Why Pay More?
PHONES 2-8073.1-1208
RADIO REPAIRS
SHANTHE RADIO MAN
Rest Quality WorkReasonable Prices
SHAN DESJARDINS
1328 W. Flagler Street
Phone 2.1219 Open Evenings
ELECTRIC RAZORS
ELECTRIC fHAVER
Specialist
SCHICK AND SHAVEMASTER
OIL KITSACCESSORIES
I. A. ANDRE8S
131 Shoreland Arcade, Pbo. 3-4581
REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS
WE MAINTAIN a complete shop in
which practically any make refrig-
erator can be efficiently repaired at
a 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 8-S272 or 8-2153
ROOF REPAIRING
ROOF TROl'BLES CTRER
With crack-proof, non-drying white-
cool-tropical coating. Don't draw heat.
CHEAP AS TAR
5 Year Guarantee: Local Proof. Free
Estimate. Phone 2-5703
GLASSES OF DISTINCTION
By Mr. F. II. FISHER, I
Eye Specialist. !<43 Lincoln Road, Ph.
5-3580. Miami Beach, o o
FLOWERS SHRUBBERY
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER
PLANS. Etc. reasonable rates,
a ran teed:
W. PAUL MEREDITH
m Engineer, Room 205,
,93"'- N. E. 2nd Ave_ Phone 7-4727.
BLOOMING Oranlum*. bougalnvlllea.
Hibiscus, begonia, vines, crotons.
rone. Many not listed. 10c up.
Bent grade top soil 85c yd. Hammock
soil 11.2'. yd. Manure 13 yd. Ph. 7-1871.
nho-n Niirserv. ?<19S N. W, 67 th at.
FURNITURE REPAIRING
FINE FTRNIT!"RE MADE FINER
I'pholstering Refinishing Re-
pairing. Antique*: Restored. Abso-
lute eWnrn-nfee.
FLAMING* FI'RNTTTRE SHOP
Back of Grove TheatreOeo. E. Dar-
roi- Mgr., 3247 Charles Ave. Phone
4-4880. "*
GENERAL EQUIPMENT
f'TiVi'riNG SERVICE ON BOUSE SHOW CASES. WALL CASES. DRUG
DRESS MAKING
_WB COPY IMPORTED GOWNS
r Teases to your satisfaction.
{*'- us solve your dressmaking prob-
-1 Reasonable. Alterations
HELEN LEE SHOP
W. 27th Ave. Phone 4-2744
FIXTURES. OFFICE EOUIPMENT
Used Equipment at sacrifice prices
GENERAL TRADING COMPANY
12* N. Miami Avenue
ORNAMENTAL IRON
PALMER'S ROOFING COMPANY
10 vear in MiamiW. N. Palmer,
Prop.
RARRF.TT APPROVED ROOFING
si,..- Metal Work Til- Roofing
"Roofs That Last"
15 N. E 17th Terr. Telephone 2-342f>
DECORA"c'V"!" HrttlflE WTJMBERfl
PULL1N
METAL CRAFTSMEN ORNAMENT.
AT. IRON SCREEN toors
395 N. E 7th St. Phone 7-1MS
RUG CLEANING
PET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS
Rugs Cl-a"d. Dved and Repaired
Moth Proo'lng
Orientals Our Speelsltv
0 N. E. 54th StreetT' 2-77M
8IGN8
FOR COMMERCIAL WALL-^
OUTDOOR SIGNS
TRUCK LETTERING
PHONE 8-6515
RANKIN
SIGN CO.
.________118 N. W. 2nd Avenue
STORAGE
FIREPROOF BUM;., HEART OH
CITY
SPECIALIZING in personal effect*.
Baggage room with free access.
Bags, 50c month ; trunk $1 ; 2, $1.50
month. Personal stalls, $1.50 month
and up; Furniture racks, $2.50 month
and up: Private rooms, $5 month and
up; Larger amounts of storage, lc
cu. ft. Storage Warehouse Co., 13
N. E. 2nd St. Phone 2-1208 and we
will pick them op.
STOVE REPAIRING
SERVI.NO MIAMI 15 YEARSWe re.
build and reflnish water heater*
stoves. Oas, Oil, Electric, Oasollne.
Apartment, Hotel and Restaurant
Equipment. "If you use ItWe service
It.MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE-
J. F. McMalns. Mgr.. 1722 W. Flagler,
Phono 2-MTO.__________________________
TERMITE PROOFING
TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE
Odorless Fireproof Safe
Old or New Buildings
.". YEAR GUARANTEE
Remi-Annual Free Inspection, nun-
dredi of Satisfied Onstomen in South
Florida. Termite Proofing Exclusively.
TERMITE CONTROL CO
John Severin. Mgr.
Phone 7-2818 120 N. W. 53rd St.
TRANSFER AND 8T0RAGE
JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER *
STORAGE COMPANY. INC.
1009 N. E. First Ave.
Local and Long Distance Hauling.
Vaults for Furs. Rugs and Silver.
CRATINGPACKINGSHIPPING
Fireproof WarehousesCustom
BondedMoth Proofing
WE move you anywhere n, (;. ^
Bonded and Insured carriers. Phone
2-7111. Swddafh Movlne and Storage
Co Office In all principal clt|s.
TREE MOVING
JOHN H. WHITFIELD
Nursery and landscaping. Tree mov.
ing specialist. Best of references. 121]
V. W. 7Sth St. Phone 7-3727.
Drama. Color. interest
The Jewish
Festivals
by HAYYIM SCHAL'SS
Obuurt origins revudtd.
Colorful ceremonies portrayed,
hxquuitt art objects UiuUraud
$2.50
SEPTIC TANKS
BOARDING BATHING GROOM
Plucking Modern Boarding Ken-
KNOWLES PET HOSPITAL
Mrs. V. W. Knowles,
740 N. E. 00th S'. 7-2141
Tie UNION OF AMEUCAN HEBREW CON-
CUCATIONS Mtrdsmm BUv. umoouti
Sm./_____
PEST EXTERMINATING
HAULING AND TRANSFER
WE GCARANTEE
To Exterminate Rosehes, Rats. Mice.
Ants. Moths. Bedbugs. Termites.
A Confidential ServiceRates Always
Reasonable. No Charge for Inspec-
tion or Estimates
MIAMI BEACH CHEMICAL CO.
BM First St., Miami Beach. Ph. 5-4353
SUPERIOR
SEPTTC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Owner
12 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Don't Ssy: Sepfl- Tanks"
Sav : -Sopertoc Sepric Tanks"
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Installations Any SiseReasonable
Prices. Phone 7-3220 day or nite. 484
N. E. 57th Street.
THE JEWISH FESTIVALS
r___
AJJna.
on
CUcimcUmd ~
wcop. 3
SEWING MACHINES
JEWISH HITLER
IS INJURED
ALL MAKES, repaired by factory ex-
pert. $1.50 up: parts for all si-
chiaes. Used machines sold and rent-
ed. Sewing Machine Shop, 7L S. E.
1st St_ Phone 2-4<:r24.
MOVINGPACKINGCRATING
Bsggage Transfer Freight Haul-
ing. Csrefol handling of your boue-
ho!d f lrnirure. Prices Right.
COLLINS TRANSPORT k
TRADING 00.
M N. W. 7th St.....Phone S-3M1
PICTURE FRAMING
We for a I Deliver Orders
WILSON PICTURE FRAMING SHOP
Pictures FramedFramed Pictures^
Class Frames. 172 N. W. 1st Street.
Phor.e 2-24*2.
SICK ROOM ACCESSORIES
HOSPITAL BEDSWHEET. CHAIRS
RENTAL SER^TCE
OXTOEN TE
Abdominal Supporters. Trusses and
Elastic HosieryPerfectly Fitted
SURGICAL SUPPLY CO.
25 N. E. 2nd Ave.Phone 2-:
Warsaw fWNS'a. Jewish wfch-
maker by the name of Adolf Hitler
had the windows of his shop la the,
western Oslician town of Dseidsce
smashed by unidentified in main
Mrs. Hitler suffered Injuries to k*r
head. Hitler could give r.o reason
why he should be attacked. Some
persons believed the attack was the
work of Naxi fympathlaers who re-
sented the fact that a Jew should
have the tame name as the Nazi
fuehrer.



FAGS SIGHT
THE JEWISH FX0RIDIA5
FRIDAY, MAY 13, i938
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Mn Argil r, -.-. pr
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Mn Irriag Kspner rare aketcbe* of
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ai>d J. H. Leaaer nahen. A raeeo-
|tion followed the ceremony in_
Schwartaberg HaU. fte eoup'.e w^j
make their home in thia city wh-re
Mr. Goodmark U aaaociated with LU
father in buaineaa.
The Si-sterbood of Beth El Tenp'.e
gare a card party Sunday night at
the home of Mr. and 3In. Maurice
DftfeM for the benefit of the Talmud
Torab Fund. Mr. Barry Stock u
co-boteaa. Miaa Phyllia Freeman ar.d
Miss Shirley Stock aaaiated ia aerriij.
Mr. and Mra. Jack Barajh -.:
tained with a party In honor of the
tenth birthday annirertary of their
daughter, Esther. A birthday rate
and the presenting farora featured the
refreshment period and prises were
awarded sereral children in gases.
The Tun and Frolic Club I
1 meeting last week at the
' Miss Adeline Goldstein !
present wr Mr. and Mr. La
Mr ati Mrs. Ira May. Mia
M Connie L*e. II -;
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Camp Wohelo for Girls
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NINTH SEA? N '
OPENS JULY 1st
t u? ;l: .:raut:..a be.pro] to
w.-.;e or pbone
Bertha Berkowich Levy
- OWNER and DIRECTOR
1825 S. W. I5lh Street
MI W1I. EL.A
Phaate 3-4r23
Yoti can keep breeiy god brisk at day... enjoy
restful, relaxing sleep...by iasUaaog an eco-
nomical tHMDo cooling and ventilating system.
Terms: Oaly a few dollars per month. Full in-
formation at our showrooms or yoa dealers.
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