The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 26, 1940
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IM. H. A. DEDICAT
CEREMONIES SET FOR 115
B'Nai B'Rith
Student Sedar Is
Brilliant Success
; e Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation has announced plans for
a gigantic celebration of the for-
mal dedication of their new Ath-
letic Field and improvements to
their building which is expected to
attract more than two thousand
people.
The building committee has
been working day and night so
that everything will be in readi-
for Sunday, May ">th. the
date (if the affair, beginning at
230 I'. M. and end with a gala
. starting ah iuI I" P. M.
More than $5000 is being spent
on tin' premises providing the
t outdoor athletic fiel 1 in
this area covering a space of 70
fi | by 100 feet. Sports of all
will lie made available. In
addition a fully equipped gym and
completely equipped kitchen and
ria ale ie.w being finished.
'I he entrance of the building has
moved now facing on I'i.h
no.
dedication committee of
E. Albert Pallot is chair-
, has prepared an elaborate
i ding a broadcast,
announced in next
1
Palestine Land
Sale 1'ermitted
m (WNS-P'alcor Agen-
cy) A general order by High
: ssioner Sir Harold Mac-
Michael permitting the sale to
Jews of certain lands within the
oiv declared prohibited to them
in the text of the Government's
proclamation of land restrictions
las lee>: published in the official
Palestine Gazette, This new order
is believed to have been motivatd
by the I'a.t that the areas involved
are c ntigUOUS to territories al-
ready settled by the Yishuv.
1'he Jewish areas in which the
new order will permit land trans-
fers fall under the category of
Zoi e A. which was designated in
the regulations as the one in
Which "the transfer of land to a
other than a Palestinian
Aral) will be prohibited save in
exceptional cases for which special
provision is made in the regula-
tions.' Tin' special provision re-
1 '" is that of the concluding
;! h, which explains that
'he High Commissioner is em-
* 'wer .i at his discretion to sanc-
tion retrospectively any transfer
1 ''' I in Zone A of 1! wb! h
be unlawful under the
of the regulati ns. provid-
the application for the
il ion of Buch transfer was
I in the Land Registry p
e date of their publication"
I 'le areas designated in this
I order include the Ian I ad-
1 i io Nahai in. ilanita, Y
Hamaala, Kfar Hahon -b. Nahalal,
i aubdist ricl. ">
parts f the Haifa subdistrict,
Hartuv, Kiriath Anavim, Motza.
Ataroth. Mikveh Israel. Ben She-
men, Kfar Uria and the vicinity
of Petach Tikvah.
Agitators Used
To Provoke Riots
Amsterdam (WNS) Disturbed
by the fact that Poles and .lews
are clinging together in their
fight for life against the Nazi in-
vaders, officials of Nazi-occupied
Poland aie importing Polish-
Bpeaking German agitators to pro-
voke the Toll's against the Jews,
it was reliably Beported here.
The combination of the Na-.i
regime and an unusually severe
broui i'i iiid. si ribable i ri-
vntions and mis i y to both Pole
a- .1 Jew and has resulted in *
feeling of kinship which the Nazi
are determined t i d slroy. Posing
a l 'oli h patri >t-. Gei man agents
h i\e been sent in groups to War-
saw and other cities in Nazi-held
Poland to disrupt the peace that
exists between the two pe | |es.
The Nazis have found, it was
said here, a successful pretext in
the distribution of American re-
lief. United States-financed re-
lief i ited equally to Poles
and Jev i wi hout any discrimina-
tion II racial or religious grounds.
Nazi ae ill are inciting hungry
Poles io riot by informing them
that tin' Jews ar' being given tile
bulk of the relic f supplies.
As a result of this intensive agi-
tation Jc' ll I 'i>s and homes
' tided and looti
o ['ojisli yi 't hs i
reets, I1 as learned here
that i he Jen i ganized one day
to heat off tin' hoodlums. Gestapo
Ogent immediately stepped in and
arresled more than 40 of the
who were made to stand for hours,
faces to wall and anus over head
under threat of wholesale execu-
tion.
I lish circles here believe that
the Nazis are filming the anti-
Jewish riots, taking great pains
to note that uniformed Nazis are
protecting the helpless Jews from
the Poles, and will use the films
as anti-Polish propaganda in neut-
ral countries in an attempt to
place the blame for the persecu-
tion of Jews in Poland on th"
P les.
Nazi officials have announced
severe penalties for Jews who ap-
pear on the streets without their
while and blue armbands. It was
reported also that every Jew in
Poland, when meeting a full-blood-
ed "Aryan." must preface his con-
venation by announcing: "I am
a Jew."
Scores Injured
In Pogrom i
Polish Relief Bill
Expected in House
Early Next Month
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith wen
tosts to more than \'2'< students
if the University of Miami last
Tuesday evening on the si
light of Passover when a strict!}
kosher catered Sader with tub
ceremony was conducted by Rab-
bis Max Shapiro and Colman A.
Zwitman. The service started a
Seven and lasted past 111'.oil when
the students were returned to the
University from the Beth David
Talmud Torab where the affair
was held.
The seder, the first of its kind,'late." The bill, introduced by Rep-
was given as one of the activities ,. _.,...,.,..,. ];,.., js n0w under Con-
FEDERATION ELECTS DIRECTORS
AT ANNUAL MEETING
| With Stanley C. Myers presid-
ing, The Greater Miami Federa-
tion of Jewish Welfare Funds
held their annual membership
meeting last Wednesday evening
Washil gton (WNS) The Sl-V at the McAllister Hotel, where a
000,000 Polish relief bill was ex- gathering of more than two bun
pected i" come up on the floor of jdred heard reports of tflie activ-
the House early in May in an ef-
fort to speed relief to that d iwn-
I trodden country ''before it is too
I,
-adoration
tee.
Earlier, the
Committee had
pproval on
by the Rules Commit-
Fore ign Affairs
ity of the organization for the
pa t year, and elected fifty-five
Dire,-ins to manage the Federa-
tion for t'ne coming year. Com-
prehensive reports were beard
[from Stanley ('. Myers, president
of the Federation; Baron de Hirseh
Meyi r. campaign chairman. Beu-
lah Godwin, executive secre ary,
placed it- stamp .and a treasurer's report from
if the Student Union committee !
leaded by Louis lleiman. en I
he students to observe the -
which opportunity they otherwise'
would not have had if it had not
been for B'nai B'rith.
Natalii Fi nk, a st udent.
Afikomen daring
he si li asked as her wish that
B'nai B'rith become even more act-
ve tit the I y
nu ii needed void.
During the course of i
ning J. Aroi \ re ident of
the local lodge, replied. -'
that "It is the intention of '.'' B
B'rith to take a li ading part
Jewish vouth work and 1 of the Sm.Ua. picture of Jewish Communal
vou of our c.....leration .....d t >" Miami ""'" ""' early daj
the formation of a strong re i repi 'sentative and Pie first A i- ,the present was given, ai
sentative Jewish cultural organi- ican to receive pel I i- taking part included Isidi Co-
,, v;;;.; :' us Scheinberg,
1.-"
out of 12,000,000
I :.
several amendments were made.',
in. luding a i iw ision which v ili
permit the United State- to send

ed areas."
A though House I
the bill will !>
passed in the lower house, there is
lerable doubt whether the
j bill, in i pi n1 form, will me
Sam B'ank by | roxy.
Mote than 95,000 was pledged
in the hist campaign and parti, i-
pating agencies have all received
more than half of '.heir
men is.
A report fi >m Mrs. Monte -
lig, who with other r pn set I a-
tives attended the Southe I
ference of Welfare Agencies
heard.
A program presenting B WO d
zatimi at the
B'nai B'rith
Seder service
University of 5
an annui 1 e\ ei
id
id ,,. ; s Rose. Fred K. Shochet
;. ; Pallot and Mi s Vi ra Mi
E.
be looked
rememben
forwa
d."
d b !" p
Gel
are fa ii g '

Strictly Conficmtial
TIDBITS FROM EVER^ WHERE
(BY PKDOUJ J WPCN)
The newly < hosen dire :
will elect officers tit tIn ii
meeting are: Jack Abbott, I eo
Ackerman. R. R. A.l.er. M
Alpert, D. J. Apto, Abe Ai
vitz. Matthew S. Handler.. 1
Berkowitz, Sam Blank, Benjan in
Bronston, George Chertkof, Isidor
Cohen. Dr Frank Corel. Mrs. MaN
Dobrin, Leo Eisenstein, Leon El-
kin, Irving Frankel, Edward
Friedman, Leo Gerngross, Pol
Goidstrom, I Ir. Morris Coo
Maurice Grossman, M J. Kopelo-
witz, Harry Koretsky. Is tac I v-
in. Benjamin LeVine, J. Gen d
Lewis. Marcie Liberman, Joseph
Lipton, Sam Luby, Harry Mark' -
witz, Baron de Hirseh Meyer,
eminent, with ijhurchill rep'aring ( hamlicrlain. win come iue mis
ith or early in May .... What with the war and all. and Fritz Kuhn Stanley ( Myers, Mrs. Stanley < .
in jail, the Nazi bund is in such a had way that Hitler has sent over a Myers, Max ( rov.tr.. -.. Albert
Pallot, I.00 Robinson. Joseph M.
Rose, B. F. Sehoenberg. Ms
-business relations' they say Meyer Schwartz, Emil Schwa.z-
Hans Thomsen of the German em- baupt, Monte
4 Shayne, Jake Sher, Frei
... Shochet, Harry Simonhoff,
Sam Simonhoff. Ben SI t<\
K.
Mrs.
Elrj
London (WNS) At least 12
Jews were* killed and scores were
injured in a bloody two
nnii in Warsaw, it
reported here. Members of the
violent y anti-Semitic Endek par-
ty, led by Import I Nazi a
ed down the i
v i nd at eked
Jewish man and won c ''
find. During the evi ning Ji
: hoi a were ri
Nazi police, standing by, ri
to arrest or restrain the hood-
It
LEND US YOUR EARS
Washington insiders insist that the next German government will
be a monarchy with Prince Philip von Hesse as its titular head and Her'
man Cm-ring the actual boss ... It sounds like a slight improve- it
on the present set-up but what we'd like to know is when the change
will come .... The same sources claim that the change in the British
government, with ijhurchill replacing Chamberlain, will come late thb
igon
the Nazi bund is in such a had way that Hitler lias sent over a
special representative to reorganize it. the storv goes .... He's that
German trade expert. West rick, by name, who officially >s here to
improve German-American relations
.... Pity poor (jharge d'Affairei
bassy at Washington .... In recent month- he had onl) one rca
Kood friend In the capital .... Notice the pasl tense: that fr-r 1
the Norwegian minister Winchell h;-s discovered that the technical
supervisor of "The Fighting Nth." the film in which the character of Stone, A V Ungar
Father Duffy makes such an eloquent plea for tolerance among the >. s. w. iskopf,
faiths, has a son among the "Christian Fronted" on trial in Brooklyn 1
,l this writing .... The reason why that C-rmar born "C-n i n
Fronter" hanged himself, they whisper, is because he was .fold that b. Kaplan Rabin Zw.tn.ai
if he ever came on the witness stand the prosecutor would drav fr m Kel i r, I
him enough of the storv of the Nazi conspiracy in ^mcri a to put the Shapiro.
authorities on the qui vlve ... Actuallv. I...... b.
tnc ,., rnmenl authorities or the Latin-Amencan count
that Hitler has long been plan
phi re ... Some of our Southern "
ion to thwart Nazi-Inspired coups d'et t--------
* ND THAT
; thre --1 Won t storm i blowi........-------
have slized that the times Bre I i us lor any domestic Federation's name and thi
ision When the ZO V convention will open at Pittsburgl in!) tion of a Jewish Community C
He also urged the raisii
if religions Jewish ed-
tions who have been pooh-poohing the idea of .Near Kastern warlare ucation in the community. ,
and neglecting to take it" the plan or Adam (Palestine shipping) Rose the subsidy, if necessary, under
(Continued on Page 9) .proper supervision.
in th V
tghbor have, ii
Henry D \V I
olfson.
Honorary members include Rab-
K .-Ian. Rabbi Zwitmai
ellr.er, Rabbi Mcscheloff, Rabbi
hapiro.
The I v ,-
ion.
port il -
were rec< ived, tl
ion of tihe i I
id
harmony will be witnessed by Dr. Chaim Weizra inn, wh i I til. He also
> (here attending the r......!*?< Note to the Zionist oiganiza- standards of
.:'. ., K, I,,,,' heen nooh-DOohblS the idea of Near Eastern warfare ucation in
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PACE TWO
THE JEWISH 7L0SIDIAN
~<5
APRIL 26. 1910

ft
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES *
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
ENGAGEMENT
ANNOUNCED
. and Mrs. M. in of
rood, New Ji
Mi.
[Friedman, recording secretary; TO HE BAR
Mrs. Sam Ehrlich, corresponding MITZVAH
secretary; Mrs. J. M. Kopelowiiz, Roben /
financial secretary; Mrs. Saul and Mrs. Morris \
iditor, and Mrs. >i Lenox Ave., M
to Dr. Haro d Rand .' Bar Mitzvah S i
. i.. ed I year w< n May I ai 9 A. M -
Pen
Morr
two years, J
Pallot and ]
man;
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rED EN N"S
. i
I I Wed- Morris Rubin; ... '. Mr. and
National ea_S
WINS
CONTEST
Viis Ma
ter f Mr. and ,:-
Bronston of 3301 I '"' '
i Beach, a -
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SPONSOR
BINGO PARTY
The Young Women's Hebrew
Association will sponsor a B
Party Sunday evening, Maj
at the Y Clu
fit of the Library Fund.
I .en! Liel nan,
il
\
Furth
f-
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Mrs [rvi L. Siegel was
! lent;
Fine, first vice ; Mrs.
vice
esidi : Mrs. Hyi tin,
third vice pn Win.
SLENDERIZE
TBM
BIGHT
WAX
IflAJttl HMLTH
DHHTDII
. 1. r. firfhra, Mrw/tor
arareeafU* Pi|ililn
7IIMMT BtaaapM
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[day
J. Lipton, R. R B. v
irka
Norman Liebling, J. H. I
Harold Spaet, Harry Platoff, Sid-
ney Weintraub, Max Dobrin, S
Chentoff, M. Kaplan. Joe Richt"
Hairy Sirkin. Sam Simonhoff ami
Harry Nevins.
j, Mr.
R
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l' \sso\ 1:1: TEA
. the Young V



SPONSl ''
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danci rues
at the Mahi Shrine
cayne Boulevard at
i ib f Emunah
S. w ill sp ii ir a
evening, April 30
["emple,
14th Street,
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO.
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Formerly Art's Transfer
Day and Night Service
Phone 2-5792 335 N. E. 2nd Ave.
F. M. ROBAETS MIAMI, FLORIDA
Miami, beginning at 9 P. M. The
program includes music for danc
ling by a prominent orchestra and
|a vaudeville show. In charge of
arragements are Mrs. Bernard
Simon, general chairman and Mr.
E. Albert Ballot, co-chairman. As-
sisting are Mesdames Teddy (iul-
kis, Hyman Gottesman, Al Ne-
metz. Joe Syman, Ann Jamison.
Henry Rabin, Bciij. Sokoloff, Sid
ey Robinson Jack Ballot. Sidney
Palmer. Frances Warschoff, Jule
Hollender and Miss Harma Coop-
ersmith, souvenir journal; Miss
Diane Coopersmith and Mrs. Mat-
tie Kuperberg, Mes
Leo Meyer, Jack \\ ucher,
Max Kupferstein and M
hments. Door prizes will
be arded. Tii kets ari fift;
;. r pei son and may 1 b-
d..... All members
friends arc cordially invite.I
to attend.
Philip Somberg is worthy
n. and Mr. Jack Schwartz
worthy patron of the Chapter.
itl nd.
VN.M" \l. CONCER 1
TO BE nil
The ninth annua 1 un-
d< r the directi n of Abraham
Bramson will be hold Sunday eve-
ning, May 2rfth at the Beth David
Auditorium. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave..
Miami Further details will be an-
nounced in forthcoming issues.
* *
ATTENDS
CONVENTION
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort returned to
the city Monday from Orlando
where she represented the Wo-
metco Theatres at the Southern
Regii nal Convention <>f the em-
ployes Federal Credit Union Bank
held Saturday and Sunday.
\ Id Sun-
\ i i 28th
:;-. 15C7 S \V. 51
I
!. hairman, a
by i of tl I
pn nidi esses for the after-
All members, friend
\ isitors are cordially invited t..
attend.
RE-ELECT zj^^ e
ANDREWS
THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH
DR. FREDERICK BUTLER
Dietetic Chemistry
Naturopathic Phvi< nn
CHIROPRACTOR
16:i 11*1 SI V*i mi Beach
PHONE 5-7808
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fXMOCBATIC IMARY MAY 1940
To Our Patrons and Friends
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MAMMOTH FOOD STORES
Over 3.C0O Items for Your Selection
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n
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Present Incumbent
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(Political Ad Raid for by a Friend)
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k 7777
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APRIL 26, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORTDLAN
PAGE THREE
SH
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
lB4o S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
BABBIts RESIDENCE: 1119 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m-
Friday evening services, 5:30 p
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
PASSOVER SERVICES
The concluding days of Pass-
over will observed Sunday night
and V nday and Tuesday evening.
.... wi 1 commence at 6:45 P.
M on Sunday and Monday.
services both days will
Marl at '.' P. M.
YISKOR SERVICE
The traditional memorial serv-
ices will be recited on the last day
of Pass ver, Tuesday morning at
10:15 A. M.
SERMON SCHEDULE
Rabbi Kellner will preach on
both days of Yontwv before the
Musaph service in English and
Monday afternoon between Mincha
and Maariv
AT HOME
Rabbi i nd Mrs. Kellner won'
hosts i i the Habanoth groups al
a Passover Reception Thursday
Day of Choi Mam ed al I
P M in their home al 919 S W.
13th < ourt.
Thurs lay ei cning the I i
Fellowship of the Junor Hadassah
met with Rabbi Kellner and
Mrs. Kellner had t).e entire
group as her guc si at a reception
following the lectu e.
. If you've been enjoying the
Happy Jim Parsons radio programs
you'll interested t" know thai
Happy Jim. whose real name is
Irving Kaufman, was long a fav-
orite as Lazy Dan .... H-'s stag-
ing a comeback now, recouping
the radio-made fortune he lost in
real estate.
R E-ELE GT
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II
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CIRCUIT JUDGE
Dude and Monroe Counties
Group 4
Democratic Primaries May 7
(Paid Political Adv.'
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t.-Su,!,,-^
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| PASSOVER GREETINGS
I BON TON CLEANERS
j
i
Hadassah Notes
by Mrs.. M. R. Krieger
LEST WIE FORGET. JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND TEA.
The Jewish National Fund com-
mittee of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, consisting of Mrs.
Carrie Rosen, chairman; Mrs.
Morris Rubin, co chairman. Mrs.
Norman Liebling, Mrs. Rambam,
Mrs. Farkas, Mrs. Wien, Mrs.
Nevins, and Mrs. Ethel Raff will
spons 11 a tea and entertainment
at the home of Mrs. Rosen. 2678
Flamingo, Drive, Miami Beach,
Friday, May 3rd, at two o'clock.
-\ National Fund Box will be the
price of admission for those mem.
hers and friends who have b \ -.
and for others admission will li-
me dollar
I' ite the recent White Paper,
thei is still land available in
Pale 5l ine, and our duty to ,iv.r
I SS people should make US
rware of the pressing need foi
obtaining land for them, a pen
rtl I ei e, which will be
afe from tj i nnny and oppi e
.-. hich will i.....ur people by
,nd for all time.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
HOWELL'S
RESTAURANT
987 S. W. 5th St., Ph. 2-8956
Let us not repeat our mistak) s
of the past, but aet while there is
still opportunity and before the
barriers towards purchases of
land in Palestine are raised. Sup-
port the Jewish National Fund.
Attend this tea and bring your
friends. Remember the date-
Friday, May 3rd. Plac*-2675
Flamingo Drive. Purposeland,
roots, a home for the homeie B.
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1433 N. E. Mi.irre PI i-
GREETINGS
m
William Maher
SEASON'S GREETINGS
from
Richard A.
Belsham
Structural Engineer
+
GREETINGS FROM THE
MilAMl COnSERVATuRI
Wocm'i Cub Building
1737 N Bayshore Drive
. Miami Beach,
Shenandoah
i
Elect
W. H. BURWELL
J U D GE
CIRCUIT COURT
Group One
[Paid PelltieaJ Adv.)
Elect
John S. "Johnny" Baber
Candidate for Constable
Fifth District
MIAMI BEACH. SUNNY ISLES
GOLDEN BEACH
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
(Political AA
it PtM tor fry Friend*)
Passover Greetings
MRS. ADDD3 J. NATT'S |
BAKERY
55 N. W. 36th STREET
Phone 3-3082
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Candidate For
JUDGE !
of the
CIRCUIT COURT j
Advocates: Speedy, orderly,
dignified and courteous ad-
ministration of justice.
Running to succeed Judge
Worth W. Trammell
It Hat Been Well Put In Rhyme
t
Old "POL" to His Young Hopefuls!
"My boys now that your* ewh a tandidale.
do this:
Abuse, accuse nc? badger and badti
Harass and hase and engender Sate!
Declare y urseli holy, and holier thaa
The iec .bent at any other men I
Pour.' .our cbest and clench your nslt
Deer conditions that do not exist!
Sp- J suspicions ef conspiracies brewi'j
PC re grim visions, and prophesy mini
/ 3int yourself 'the Poor Peepul's' White Hope,
\. ho alone with these Hobgoblins might cope!
And I, malign, from my den In the lower.
Will publishand boast ei my press as a power!
Tou have no idea how many a vote
We thus wtll wheedle from many a goat 111
This Rhmyster Seems
To Know Something
About Local Politics!
He certainly does describe
the usual method and
iakeries ei the repudiated
machine politico and his
puppets Vn their sorry
efforts to besmirch and
dUodge a faithful
efficient official
SUPPORTERS OF and BELIEVERS IN
D. C. COLEMAN
Who know hta to be me beet Shert*
Dad* County aver bad. and arge see
RE-ELECTION

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APRIL 26, 1940
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APRIL 26, 1940
VOLUME 13 No. 17
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Sholem Lodge was host to 12.">
ttudcms of the University of Mi-
ami, at Seder services held on the
second Seder night "1" Passover
at Congregation Beth David-
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi
Coiman Zwitman conducted the
services.
The affair was a great success.
file students accorded themselves
A-iih the dignity and decorum in
>ppreciation for the occasion and
xemplified their spirit and un-
derstanding of the symbol for
.vhich the services stand-
Special credit should be given
to Brother Louis lieiman, chair-
man of the Student Union com-
mittee, in whose charge and un-
der whose direction the affair was
made possible. Special thanks
should be given to Brother Isidore
Goldstein, Congregation Beth Da-
vid and Harry Simonhoff for their
cash donations, and Brother tail
Weinkle, the Certified Poultry and
Egg and the Rosedale Deii
sen for their contributions. Other
contributors were the University
of .Miami, for the use "of busses foi
the transportation of the said
ents and the White Swan Linen
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHHAKTZ)
'
Because of a number of recent incidents occurring in Miami, Supply for laundry and linen, and
creating quite a stir among our people, we feel it apropos to reprint *" ""f0 Gardens for palma '"'
. 'atmosphere.
an editorial appearing in these columns about two years ago, and deem
it both timely and fitting.
WHEN PRIVATE WRONGS BECOME
PUBLIC WOES
Try as hard as we have, the Jewish people have never
been able throughout the aces to get the no i-.Jewish world
to recognize the fact that a wrong committed by the indi-
vidual Jew should not be charged against the entire Jew-
ish people. Too often have the Jews of entire communi-
ties been forced to undergo indignities and even loss of
property and life, because of some act of an individual
whom they could not control.
In this immediate area, the Jewish community has
in most instances been singularly free of irresponsible in-
dividuals who have caused trouble to the people as a
whole. Yet within the past several weeks there has been
brought home to us in a manner not unmistakable, the
conduct of certain individuals who constitute a large part
of an important industry, in this area, probably the most
important industry, which has begun to undermine the
business of this area. And again history repeats itself.
Again the Jewish people are being told that it is the
wrongs of our people, of the Jewish people not acts com-
mitted by an individual or several individuals.
We should be the last to attempt to control the bus-
iness conduct of people. Yet as Jews we must recognize
that our standard of conduct must be high; we must bring
to Jews the realization that if I hey have agreed to certain
business Standards they must live up to their promises; if
they find they cannot, then it is their business to so ad-
vise those they have agreed with; that subterfuge, chi-
canery, deception are m t Jewish traits. That unless these
ills are eliminated they will bring down upon themselves
the wrath of the entire community, because in the last an-
alysis the Jewish community will be the sufferers.
It is our hope that this word of warning will find
receptive ears and that it will not be necessary to mention
names and places of those who have been the offenders.
In his report given at the annual Federation Membership meeting
this week. Stanley C. Myers. President, reiterated an idea that has
been in the minds of some of the leaders of the community quite a
while. He strongly urged the formation of a Community Council,
composed of representatives of all recognized organizations in the
city, with a designated spokesman for the group, thus eliminating
pseudo leaders who attempt to represent the community and speak for
it without authority. IF IN THE RIGHT HANDS AND UNDER
PROPER MANAGEMENT, this Council should be a great step for-
ward in the prevention, handling and solving of problems, such as
have recently occurred. This project deserves consideration.
The students accepted every op-
portunity to express their grati-
tude and appreciation and cooper-
ated with the Student Union com-
mittee ill the selection of repre-
sentatives of the fertile and un-
fertile groups, for the formation
of a society to work with the
Student Union committee in its
work at the University. In addi-
tion to the Rabbi's talk, addresses
were made to the students by
Louis Heiman. chairman of the
Student Union committee. Brother
Harry Simonhoff, state chairman
of the Student Union committee
of the State Federation, and J.
Aron Abbott, president of Sholem
Lodge.
I think that this affair should
be made an annual one. We are
proud of the work of our Student j
Union committee and the Student I
Union committee of the Ladies
Auxiliary. i
All tickets for the dinner at
Manning's and the Seven Seas
boal trip f r the night of April
30th have been sold- Hundred- ot
applications for additional tickets
are being made for the a
Those of yon who do have tickets
are requested to come early to the
dinni [Tien eeches.
This is to be entirly a social af-
fair so the month, rs and their
friends can be together the entire
i veiling.
Sholi in Lodge is planning again
ts annual Mothers Hay program
0 be held at Temple Israel. Sun-
day. May 12th. This year, how-
iver, Sholem Lodge has invited
ther Jewish organizations to par-
ieipate. A splendid program has
)cen arranged and one which ev-
tryone should attend. There of
course will be the usual refresh-
ments. We expect a large audi-
ence for Mother's Day. in honor
of, and respect to, our Mothers.
Recent Improvements at "Y"
Increases Membership Rolls
The people of Greater Miami
will witness the greatest thrill of
their communal existence Sunday,
May 5th when the Athletic field
and Gymnasium, recently con.
structed at the "Y" will be for-
mally dedicated with elaborate
ei emonii s.
Never since the creation of the
so-called 'community spirit." in
this area has there been such
cal, enthusiasm, earnestness and
oy displayed by Jew and Gentile
dike when they pass tin builJing
and stop in in.ei amazement at
he marvelous change that the Y.
M. 11. A. has undergone. Evci j
member Of the building commit-
tee worked incessantly and dili-
gent Ij to make t hi se irnprox u
the must outstanding pro-
ject any organization in the South
has ver undertaken.
We have the largest outdoor
athletic field in this area, a space
70' x 100' wherein basketball.
tennis, volleyball will be played.
A double wall handball court, shuf-
fle board, and a completely
equipped gym. One of the new-
est features in the binding is a
completely equipped kitchen and
cafeteria. Besides these improve-
ments, the porch facing r>th Street
has been screened, a new entrance
has been made on 16th avenue, a
new office has been made for the
executive director, adjoining the
stage and is beautifully decorated
with Venetian blinds. Both build-
ings have been painted and dec-
orated. Presently the grounds are
being landscaped.
The dedication committee, of
which E. Albert Pallot is chair-
man, has prepared an elaborate
program for May 5th. Commenc-
ing at 2:(l(l o'clock, the festivities
will open with a tennis match Oil
our athletic field. This will be fol
lowed by a volleyball game, hand
ball game, billiard exhibition, shuf-
fle board contest. In short, OUI
aim is to show the commui il j
"The Y. M. 11. A. in Action."
At 7:.'(0 o'clock in the evening,
the formal dedication exercises
will be heh!. At that time the
festivities will commence when
Henry Hohauser, an hit t. will
turn over the key in the new en-
trance, to Al Pallot. who will then
proceed with the program. Digni.
taries <>f the Nation, State, Coun-
ty and City have bei n invite to
attend. At the conclusion o
ceremonies dancing will follow on
our oudoor athletic court.
We take this means of inviting
you to attend the ceremonies both
afternoon and evening ,,., Sunday,
May 5th. You,- time will be well
spent and we urge you to
and bring your friends and particu-
larly your children because His
is their and your community cen-
ter.
The Drum and Bugle Corps o:
he American Legion and the Jew-
ish War Veterans will render mu.
sical selections.
At this time we want to ex-
press our thanks to the members
of the building committe who have
given of their time, effort and
energy to see that these improvc-
lients shall be a pride and joy
and honor to the community. They
have worked incessantly, contin-
uously, and diligently to make
his a big success.
Members of the building com-
mittee are George Wolpert, chair-
man; Henry Cabbe, Herman
Waitsman, William Shayne, Leo
Robinson, E. Albert Pallot, presi-
dent; Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director; Henry Hohauser, ur
chitect, and Harry Schwartz.
Members of the dedication com-
nittee are E. Albert Pallot, gen-
eral chairman; Lou Safan, Her-
man Waitsman. Fred Shochet. U>o
Robinson, and Harry Schwartz.
In connection with the dedica-
tion committee, a membership com-
mittee has been appointe.l of
which Jack Apte is chairman, as
isted by Leon Lieberman, Dave
Lemelman, Henry Gabbe, Irving
Querido, and Jules Wilson-
Y. W. H. A. PASSOVER TEA
SUNDAY, APRIL 28TH
This Sunday. April 28th, the an-
nual Y. W. H. A. Passover Tea
will be held at the Y. M. H. A.
club rooms Mrs. Albert G. Reis-
man, chairman, and her commit-
tee consisting of Mrs. Jennie Lev.
nson Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Leon
Lieberman, and Miss Irene Cohen
have worked energetically to
n l.e the invited guests among
horn are the presidents of every
i v omen's Jewish organization in
the city feel welcome and com-
fortable.
Entertainment will be provided
by Mrs. Herman Lyons.
J. A. BERMAN TO TALK
ON YOUTH AM) HOBBIES
On Thursday evening, May 2nd
Mr. Ji.seph A. Herman, vocational
guidance director at the Y. M. II.
A will hold open discussion on
"Youth and Hobbies" which
proves to be a favorite subject
among the members of the I
group. Meeting begins at -
sharp. Everyone is invited.
A business meeting of both
Sholem Lodge and tihe Ladies
Auxiliary will be held Tuesday,
May 14th at the Miami Woman's
Club, 1737 North Bayshore Drive.
This will be the last meeting be-
fore the convention in Roanoke.
More about this meeting later.
BOY SCOUT DRILL
Scout Leader Herman Waitsman
and his aides. Captain Andrew
Bergida and Stanton Alpert, havi
been drilling the Boy Scouts
Troop i; for the past month for
their exhibition which will be d
played at the v M n. A. dedica-
tion ceremonies Sunday, May -~>11>.
This group is l I,,, commended for
its fine work, especially its lead-
ers. Congrats.
Abe Aronovitz is in charge of
transportation to the convention.
Anyone wishing to go as a dele-
gate to the convetkm should im-
nediately commuicate with Broth-
r Aronovitz so that proper ar-
rangements may be made. Dele-
gate to the convention should im-
the next few days, as soon as all
those who have indicated their
ability to make the trip have done
Judge Paul I). Barns, candidate
for re-election to the bench of
the Circuit and Civil Court, a po-
sition which he has occupied for
fourteen years, bases his suc-
cess to equity which he says guar-
antees every defendant, every
plaintiff, whether represented by
brilliant or mediocre legal talent
fair and impartial hearing. He
ait.ibutes his legal erudition to
the lawyers of Dade County bar
an) his own study of nationwide
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APRIL 26, 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Mr. Max M. Singer, long time
resident of Miami Beach, endorses
the candidacy of Dan Chappell for
State Senator, and will be pleased
tn meet all his friends and the
- nf Dan Chappell at the
Beach Chappell Headquarters, 741-
5th Street, Miami Beach.
Thomas B. Evertiarl, candidate
: i State Legislature Group 2, is
i, native Floridian and came to
Miami over 19 years ago. He has
beeI1 practicing law since 1916
admitted to practice before
ipreme Court and all Courts
i State of Florida. He is
activi in the local communal and
, affairs, being a member of
the Trinity Methodist Church of
Miami, the Benevolent and Pro-
tective Order of Elks, James Car-
ried Masonic Lodge. Scottish Rite
Miami Commandery,
Templar, Mahi Temple.
Shrine, Jericho Chapter, Royal
Arch Masons Harvey Seeds Post
American Legion, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Dade County Bar
and Florida Bar Associations.
Since his arrival in Miami Mr.
Everhart has continuously en-
gaged in the practice of law with
offices in the Security Building.
Henry II. Filer, candidate for
County Commissioner District No.
2, has for many years been a
member of the Dade County
School Board and active in local,
civic and communal affairs.
Among the planks of his platform
he has that he will work for a
county hospital, procuring perma-
nent access to the Beach from
Baker's Haulover Bridge, preser-
vation of existing air bases, ac-
quiring additional land at Baker's
Haulover for protection to fisher-
men favoring Dr. Townsend's new
PAGE FIVE
ill, work with the Federal Gov-
ernment to build in areas where
hurricane shelters are needed and
more fire protection in the out-
ying districts.
TALLAHASSEE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TULLY'S
CASH GROCERY &
SERVICE STATION
"M N. Monroe Ph. 1498
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Superior Dry
Cleaners & Dyers
308'_ S. Monroe Ph. 216
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIOA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. PEPPER
BOTTLING CO.
825 R. R. Ave. Pb. 1849
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
F A I R
DRUG
COMPANY
Monroe and College
Phone 56
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
N E W M A N -
BULKLEY
P RIN TI N G
COM?'ANY
W. Pensacola Phone 1433
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAPITAL
OFFICE
EQUIPMENT
COMPANY
122 E. Pensacola St.
Phone 1344
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
!
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAPITAL
PHARMACY
INC.
102 S. Monroe Ph. 95 & 905
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
P R () C T O R
&
PROCTOR
AUTO SUPPLIES
Monroe and College
Phone 322
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
J. A. BICKLEY
Plumbing:
& Heating
114 8th St. Ph. 1188
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAPITAL
CITY ICE &
COAL CO.
8. Adams St. Ph. 348
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Bernarr Macfadden will hold a
Ihuge Americanism" rally in Fla-
mingo Park at 8 o'clock next Wed-
nesday night, May 1st. the day
on which Communists throughout
the world celebrate the anniver-
sary of the Third Internationals,
in what is forecast by nis sup-
porterse of a speech that will be
a clarion call for intensified
j American vigilance in guarding
constitutional democracy, it is re-
ported the cadidate for the United
State- Senate will renew his fear-
I -- attacks on all "isms." espe-
cially Nazism. With Nazi Ger-
many and Communist Russia
'linked by treaty and purpose in
heir ruthless attacks on the Jew-
jish people ad Europe's small dem-
ocracies, as well as infiltration
and plans for sabotage in this
country, Macfadden has stated
that he believes that Americans
should vigorously stamp out "all
isms' but Americanism."
He said: "I am opposed to all
isms' foreign or local except
Americanism. Browder, the Com-
munist, and Fritz Kuhn, Hitler's
protege, are in jail and that's
(where we should keep them and
their kind. There is no place in
America today for traitors wheth-
er foreign-born or American-born-
|We have too great a job to do in
lifting America out of its depres-
sion-born dumps and setting the
country on the road to renewed
prosperity for all the people, to
tolerate the vicious, under-handed
conniving of the 'ism' gang."
Macfadden'a whirlwind cam*
paign for Senatorial office, furth-
er accelerated by a 1,700-mile air-
tour of the staate now in process,
was marked this week by two sig-
nificant developments:
He pledged his first year's sal-
ary as Senator if elected -$10,000
Ito establish a State Publicity
Department to boom Florida's
'most valuable asset." health, and
boost Florida into the "greatest
state in the union," and inaugur-
ated a nation-wide search for a
workable plan for oldage relief
that provides "adequate bene-
fits" but does not 'bankrupt the
government." He offered an
award of ? 1,000 for such a plan.
William Hardie, native Miam-
ian, is a candidate for Sheriff of
Hade County. He bases his pro-
gram on the restoring of decency
t i Dade County, driving out or-
ganized vice and racketeering and
to make the entire area the great-
s' and finest playground the
world has ever seen. Mr. Hardie
joints out that increasing gang-
lom i ncroai hments are bound to
indermine Dade's progress and in
0 doing are bound to carry to
ter many of the millions of
dollars that have been invested
here and believes that to prevent
Ml immediate change in posi-
tion from the Sheriff's office so
that rocketeers will realize that
Hade county no longer is a safe
haven from which they can oper-
ate undisturbed.
George K. Holt, candidate for
re-election for the office of Rep-
resentative in the Legislature in
Group One, has been a member
of the House of Representatives
Florida State Legislature of 1937,
1938 and 1!WJ. Mr. Holt has been
n practicing attorney in Dade
County since 1925 and during his
term in the Legislature was an
active member of many important
committees. He states that he
has kept every promise made and
performed in -his platforms, and
if re-elected during the next ses-
sion of Legislature will continue
the record already made.
FT. LAUDERDALE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HART STORAGE and
WAREHOUSE
20 S E. 6th St. Phone 318
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
FT. LAUDERDALE
PSSOVER GREETINGS
E L MARSH
NEON MANUFACTURER
SIGN PAINTING
636 S. Andrews Ave.. Phone 980
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Custer's Fish &
Poultry Market
20 Wall Street
Phone 74
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Pioneer Sheet
Metal Works
GEO. STURGIS & SON
510 S. E. 6th Ave Phone 263W
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BECK'S
DRUG STORE
Special Prescription Service
342 E. Las Olas Blvd.. Ph. 4
FT, LAUDERDALE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FAIRCHILD
Funeral Home
AMBULANCE SERVICE
258 N. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 107
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE
TROPICAL
PRESS
Paul L. Bundy E. w. Oslin
Maxwell Arcade Phone 844
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
J. BURBRIDGE
GULF STATION
GOODRICH TIRES
BATTERIES SIMONIZING
REGISTERED LUBRICATION I
OTTO
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
COLLEGE PARK
DAIRIES
"The Best of Quality"
Apopka Road ph. 4939
ORLANDO. FLA.
101 N E. 6th Ave.
Ph. 9278
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BOLICK'S
AUTO TOP and
PAINT SHOP
6 S. W. 1st Ave. Phone 25
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TRAMMEL
MOTOR CO.
PACKARD SALES & SERVICE
116 S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 459
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
V A N S
Auto Painting
Body and Fender
Work
PAINTING DECORATING
1 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 66
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FORM AN'S
SANITARY
DAIRY
209 S. E. 1st Avenue
PHONE 189
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
KING MOTORS
6 OLDSMOBILE 8
GOOD USED CARS
217 S E. 6th Ave. Ph. 108
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Federal Tile Co.
INCORPORATED
215C. S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 360
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE
WRIGHT
P R I N T E R Y
1208 W. Broward Boulevard
PHONE 1163
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH
APRIL 26. 1010
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Avs*ue and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
C2& Michlcan Avaou*
I'll..I.r -lJ28
MAURICE MAMCHES. Canter
945 Kuolld Avenue
Phon* 1.-2015
HOLIDAY SERVICES
Saggalh: Services will be held
Friday evening at :15 F. M., Sat-
urday morning at 7 and 9 A. M-;
Saturday afternoon at 6:30 P. M.
Shalosh S'oodoss at 6:45 F. M.,
and Maariv at 7:15 P. M.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak at
Shalosh S'oodoss.
Last days of the Holiday: Mon-
day and Tuesday evenings at 6:30
P. M... Tuesday and Wednesday
mornings at 7 and It A. M.
SERMONS
Tuesday morning Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will preach on "Death at
Sea." Wednesday morning he
will speak on "Seeking a New
World.' Memorial services will
tte held Wednesday morning dur-
ing the first service at the Tal-
mud Torah building, and at 10:00
A. M. at both the new and old
buildings during the second ser-
vices. Cantor Mamches will chant
the services.
CHILDREN AT SERVICES
We urge parents to bring their
children to all Passover syna-
gogue services. Even,- child who
will bring a note signed by our
rabbi (to be "obtained at the of-
fice) will be excused officially
from absence at public school on
those days.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Classes will be held as usual
Sunday morning, Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons. Children
must attend.
PASSOVER IN THE PUBLIC
SCHOOLS
Matzos.'ivegetables and Passover
milk wll be offered for sale at
public school cafeterias for Jew-
ish children during the week of
Fassover.
A Passover talk was delivered
before the assembly of the South
Beach School Friday morning on
the invitation of the principal by
our Rabbi illustrated with Fass-
over melodies sung by our cantor.
II ABA NOT It
A special Passover meeting of
the Habanoth was held at the
home of the Rabbi Thursday
niglit. Refreshments were served
by Mrs. Mescheloff. A holiday
program followed the short meet-
ing. Many of the girls have al-
ready taken the honor service
pledge <;f the Habanoth, and are
pre] aring to earn their letters.
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Anton Skislewicz
ARCHITECT
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
OSCEOLA
MARKET
GEORGE JACOB, Prop.
Quality Western Meats
and Fmmej Groceries
WE DELIVER
2211 S. W. 17th Arena*
PassoVer greetings
MOUSLEY'S
Service Station
102 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 5-40T
MODEL SEDER
A very large attendance marked
the third model seder of our Re-
ligious School held this morning.
Tables were filled with children.
The assembly crowded with adults
who witnessed one of the most
beautiful programs eve]- present-
ed in our community.
Our appreciation goes to Can
tor Maurice Mamches and Miss
Sonia Shpall for the instruction,
and to the Sisterhood through the
hard-working president. Mrs. B.
II. London, for the refreshments.
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Our Donor's Dinner this past
Sunday night was a large suc-
cess. The dinner was unusually-
good and we are all familiar with
the fine music at the Carrousel.
Murray Grossman, husband of our
past president, Ann Urossman.
was an able master of ceremonies.
In this capacity he said several
things which certainly deserve
mention. We are passing them
on to you who could not attend.
'Often in today's newspapers we
see mentioned the fifth column as
employed by dictators in modern
warfare. In addition to the four
columns, which might be termed
war, hate, greed and intolerance,
we are presented with a fifth. Or
[the undermining of the moral of
'a people to prepare the way for
military agression of the weaker
by the stronger. Arrayed against
the five insidious dictator col-
umns, Junior Hadassah has these
projects: Jewish National Fund,
Nurses Training School, Child-
ren's Village and Farm Project.
These are existing and being car-
ried on in concrete form in Pales-
tine. I wish now to propose '
Junior Hadassah a fifth column.
A column composed of the younger
generation who by their conduct
and watchfulness against mali-
cious propaganda safeguard the
integrity of our people and keep
US secure in our citizenship rights
and privileges."
Thank you. Murray, for a time-
ly and important suggestion. It
certainly should be taken note of
not only bjl Junior Hadassah mem.
hers but by each and ever) Amer-
ican interested in preserving that
for which the founders of Uhjg
great nation struggled. We hope
that everyone will realize the im-
portance of the responsibility that
rests on all of us. The preserva-
tion of American ideals of liberty.
equality and freedom. Let us keep
war, hate, greed and intolerance
outside our borders.
Morris Wroobel was the win-
ner of the radio awarded by us.
We hope you have a lot of pleas-
ure from it.
The next regular meeting will
be held Monday evening. May 6th
at the Beth David Talmud Torah.
Flans will be completed f >r the
annual May Day Dance which will
be held May 19th at the Wofford
Hotel. Candidates entered for the
May Queen contest include Bor-
nice Miller, representing Iota
Chi; Ethel Mintzer, Tri Beta So-
rority; Evelyn Keene, Y. M. 11
A.; Josephine Raxin, Junior Coun-
cil; Lillian Peretzman. Beth Da-
vid; Selma Whitcup. Business and
Professional Group of Hadassah.
and Hortense Beckwitt, B'nai
B'rith Auxiliary. Good luck, girls.
Passover Wishes to All Out
Friends and Patrons
RIPTIDE CLUB
223 23rd St. Phone 5-9837
Steve Folsom
Harris Leveson
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
MOH EL
PHONE 2-0*28
Mt N. W \Hk At*.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Mr. and Mr. Julius
DAMENSTEIN
ana Daughter
of the
DAMENSTEIN S
JEWELRY CO.
10 West Flagler Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
(Little River Garage
8272 N. E. 2nd AVE.
RE-ELECT
GEORGE E. HOLT
REPRESENTATIVE
in the Legislature
GROUP ONE
He has served you faithfully
and well
SEND HIM BACK
(Paid Political Adv.)
DAN GHAPPELL
STATE
SENATOR
Help Both Yourself and
Dade County
(Paid Political Adv.)
GREETINGS
RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO.
7 Passenger Sedans Sightseeing Bus
BAGGAGE CHECKED TO DESTINATION
44 S. W. Third Street
Miami Phone 3-3131 Miami Beach Phon-> 5-3497
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LECHICH FLORISTS
200 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-6494
Miami Beach
528 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6707
Service hy Two Sisters a: d a Brother

SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
FRED ROWLAND, Inc.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Postal Building
ROSGOE BRUN5TETTE
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group 1
Democratic Primary, May 7, 1940
Ability Experience
Judicial Temperament
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
(Paid Political Advertisement)
RE-ELECT
TOM WOOD
CONSTABLE
District No. 2
EXPERIENCED
ErricniT
COURTEOUS
"One Good Term
Merits Another"
tl'ald Politic*! Adv >
ELECT
E.
T
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group Three
,"A Free and Un.Trammelled Judiciary"
Born in Gibson County, Tennessee.
Graduate of University of Tennessee.
Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen year*.
Practiced law in Miami fifteen years.
President Dade County Bar Association 1939.
Member, Florida State and American Bar Association.
Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for five years.
Member, Coral Gables Post No. 98, American legion.
His Only Campaign Promise is a Fair, Honest and
Courageous Administration of Justice
(Paid Political Advertisement)


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IPB1L 2fi. 1i"0
THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
SjI
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO. RabbiJ9> Southwest I8ih Road
1473
Ho e Phone .'-217$
;NT CALENDAR
ai
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... 11 'lay 8:30
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evei
i
. evening
, tU.U
, School. 3:15 to 6:15 p.

Iron tn thi
mud Torah.
! \sso\ ER I EI.EBR VTION
rusalem, for a Synagogue am!
Talmud Torah at Yavneh?
Do you know that for the Bake
of a Synagogue and Torah, Rabbi
Akiva, Rabbi Channaniah ben Te-
redion, Rabbi Shimon ben Gama-
liel and many other teachers gave
up their lives? They yave their
lives for our sake. We ask. ''did
it pay?" when we notice how oc-
cupied we have become with our
business ai ii so neglectful of those
matters for whi h our forefathers
: their lives.
ious allegiance
: the Syn-
.
I'
"
\. M

National Council
of Jewish Women
The annual meeting of Miami
Section National Council of Jew-
ish Women will be held at Kaplan
Hall. Temple Israel. Wednesday
afternoon, May 1st at 2 o'clock.
Election of officers ami Smith.
em Interstate Conference Reports
will be given. Installation i I' of-
will he held on Friday. May
10th, place t'i be named in next
week's is.-lle.
Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, general
chairman of installation.
r

. S i,,,a Sunday 10:00 a.
B indaj
B 0 It ING'S
U S E I) C A R S
II. I,. BO i
Ml t.MI, FLA.
Phone 2-6319
Mitsvah Group,
... m.
,lt History Group. Sunday
' m" rx- A
lerhood Meeting, third V.ed-
,y of Month.
>l \D\1 SCHOOL SADER
SERVICES
^ special Sader was arranged
I : students of our Sunday
last Sunday morning at 10
,, ,,u. The entire service was
exi lained and interpreted so that
the students were familiar with
thw Passover observances.
The Sisterhood served Passovei
. g. An interesting play was
.....he of Mr. T. Sim.
i ... ,: "am.
Passoiii this year fal "ii the
evening ;' April 22nd, and
initiates the night of April 30th.
The first two day- are Tuesday
and Wednesday. April 23rd and
24th, and the last two days are
Monday and Tuesday, April 'J'.'th
and 30th. Does that mean any-
thing to you?
Do you know that our fathers
gave up their political center, Je
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE EVANGEL PRESS
JUSTIN BARE
261 N. W. rd Street
Phone 2-6512
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NEHI
BOTTLING CO.
th and Goodrich Avenue
Saraaota, Florida
WOLPERT'S
FURNITURES
BARGAINS!
TWo RefuseTopBe UndcrsoI8tv
155 W.Ff^tffr:
PHONE 3-4U2
MARSHALL C.
WISLHEART
Candidate For
L E GIS L A T T R E
GROUP 2
Honest. Able and Intelligent
Representation for Dade County
' Paid Political Adv.)
GRfETINOS FOB
* HAPP1 PASSOVER
M 1 A M I
WRECKING CO.
N W. 20th STREET
SERVING MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI
Miami Jewish Funeral Home
"EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH"
PHONE S-3431
710 S. W. 12th AVE AMBULANCE SERVICE
A SQUARE DEAL
FOR
DADE COUNTY
NORRIS Mc[m
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
Democratic Primary
tPaJd Politic*] AT 1
ELECT
ROBERT J BOCNE
for
CIRCUIT JUDGE
DADE AND MONROE
COUNTIES. FLORIDA
Group 4
Democratic Primary May, 1940
Ah. ays the friend of th. people giving time and serrice
to help vnth public improvement and establishment of
parks, and obtaining reduction of electric rate*.
C0UR7Z8Y AND ABILITY
Announcing the Opening of Two Suminor Camp* by
Rabbi S. Wrubel. Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad
for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys
Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C.
FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
For Descriptive Booklel and Further Information, Write:
RABBI S. W RUB EL
BREVARD. NORTH CAROLINA
HENRY L
OPPENBORH
YOUR
J T S T I C E
0 P T 11 E
P E A C E
RE-ELECT HIM
MAY 7 th
Learned, Courteous and
Efficient
il'aid Political a.u i
AS USUAL
M W'S DELICATESSEN
1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET
Will supplv your ev*ry Pa-scvcr want! Manischewits
SorovSS^rSreten, London and Strcifs Matsos.
Matzo Menl and Ncodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes,
Nuts of ell Kinds, Spices, Vinegar, Etc.
KOSHER PASSOVER WINE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET
421 COLLTN3 A VENUS
MIAMI BEACH
INSURED SAVINGS
MORTGAGE LOANS
INSURED SAVINGS
45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street
LOW COST
LONG TERM!
Single Mortgage
Home Financing Plan
J. M. LIPTON, President
11
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PAGE EIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
APRIL 26. iftio
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. lth itreet
Office Phone 2-774*
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
U( Indian Craak DrlTa-U6 H8 N. K. llat St.M
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Elthar or both of tha Rabbla will b* In tha Teraula avary mornln*.
You may eonaxi'.i with them on matter* coacarnlag the Jawli conaaaa-
ttr. or your pai tonal problem*. Tou will be nssurort ayraaatkatla
hearinc and advlca, and. needlaaa to aay. each matter will be h*M la
atrlet conflaenoa.
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
CONGREGATIONAL "Victory in Defeat." will be given
"Do not withdraw thyself from by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Services conducted by Dr. Jacob
the congregation."Hillel.
PASSOVER SEVICES
Friday evening. April 26th. 8:15
o'clock the sermon, 'Passover: Is-
rael's Tribute to Freedom" will
be delivered by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. Services conducted by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
Sunday morning*, April 27th. 11
o'clock, the interpretation of Bib-
lical portion will be given by Dr
Jacob H. Kaplan. Services con-
ducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
H. Kaplan.
IN MEMORIAH
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us-
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Clara Mich
elson. mother of Mrs. Sidney A
Wien; Harriet s. Matthews, sis-
ter of Mis. M. I.. Marcus
Yahrzeits: Hyman N. Levy,
Friends of Robert J. Boone, can-
didate for Circuit Judge of Da.le
and Monroe Counties. Group 4,
in the May 7 Primary point out
that he has given generously of
his time and money in bringing
about numerous advantages to cit-
izens of Miami during the] 5 years
in which he has practiced law in
this city.
As chairman of the board of
the Public Utility Protective
League Mr. Boone had a large
part in saving Miamians (4,000,-
000 which was refunded to them
from the power and light com-
pany. As president of the Miami
Municipal Utilities Association.
an organization of about 6,000
citizens, he is working for still
lower electric and water rates.
Mr- Boone received his entire
education and law training in Flo
rida ami is a lifelong Democrat.
He was admitted to the Florida
bar in 1807 and to practice in the
United States Supreme Court in
1911. If elected judge, he says
] is court will always be held open
to the public and no cases will be
tried in the privacy of his own
home during the midnight hours.
ested in Walter Fraser's business
plan for the state are invited to
attend-
Only gubernatorial candidate
sponsoring a $3 auto tag. Fraser
will! be greeted upon his arrival
here Monday morning by a motor-
ado of his Miami neighbors and
conducted to the Flagler street
headquarters on the mezzanine
iloor of the Langford building.
Fe will be accompanied by Mrs.
Fraser and will detail his plans
or a business administration that
Ji" declares will slice at leas:
J Ml.000.000 from the present an-
nual cost of administering the
tate's affairs.
Ernest R. Graham, candidate
for re-election as State Senat r,
i 'has during his administration
eliminated poll taxes, put no new
state taxes on Hade, ad valorem
tax on real estate removed, and
subject to November ratification
by the public Senator Graham
believes he is entitled to another
term due to his experience and
his past record.
FT. PIERCE
man with participation of Confir- husband of Mrs. Bertha B. Levy; j
niation Class. Mania Lasky, mother of Mrs Nat
Closing Passover services will Roth; Hirsch Sadowsky, husband
be held Sunday evening. April 28.
8:16 P. M. The sermon. "Have
You No Passover Questions.' will
be delivered by Dr. Jacob II. Kap-
lan. Services conducted by Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman.
Memorial service will be held
Monday morning. April 29, 11:00
o'clock. The memorial sermon.
of Mrs. Golia Sadowsky and fath-
er of Dr. B. II. Sadowsky; Babette
Wertheimer, mother of Mrs. A.
Wertheimer.
The floral offerings last week
were given in memory of Minnie
Mendelson, Abraham Feldman,
Harriet Matthews and Marcus L.
Brock.
Governor candidate Walter Fra-
ser will hold open house at the
ocal campaign headquarters, lls
Fast Flagler. from Id a. in. to
noon Monday, according to an an-
nouncement made today by Nei!
Hayes, chairman of the Miami
Neighbors of Walter Fraser Club.
All persons in 1 >ade countei
I HEARTILY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY OF
DAN CHAPPELL
FOR
STATE SENATOR
MAX M SINGES.
"LET'S HAVE HOME RULE"
Headquarters at 741 5th Street, Miami Be&eh
(Paid Political AdT.i
There is No Substitute for
PERFORMANCE
RE-ELECT
ERNEST R.
GRAHAM
Your
STATE SENATOR
Vilv.l
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
O'Quinn Motor Co.
DODGE PLYMOUTH
DODGE TRUCKS
720 FOURTH St. Phone J4
FT. PIERCE, FLA.
!
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Sunrise Motor
Co., Inc.
S. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 190
FT. PIERCE, FLA.
J PASSOVER GREETINGS
j STRICKLAND'S
PHARMACY
{ 139 N. 2nd St Ph. 83
I FT. PIERCE. FLA.
"No South Florida candidate In
the history of Florida has ever
received such enthusiastic wel-
comes in north and west Florida
as has been accorded B. F. Paty.
I Southeast Florida's lone Candi-
date for governor, in his recent
swing through those area.-."
Frank O. Pruitt, local Paty cam-
paign manager, stated yesterday
as arrangements were being made
for the return to Dade county of
the West Palm Beach candidate
today (Friday) when he is sch
uled to speak in Bayfront | .. A
at eight o'clock tonight.
Reports from reliable so
reaching this area and com
by like Veports reaching -;.
headquarters in West Palm Be
indicate that a very definite bat ,|
wagon movement has already i
gun whi place on the ticket in the -
primary." Pruitt continued, ad-
ding that it was now just a <;
lion of the lower east, eoast ,
date's plurality in the May 7: ,
primury. He will return to v
where he will speak in Flaming >
Park, Miami Beach, Tue
night. April 30th.
FT. PIERCE
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
St. Lucie Ice Co.
218 Avenue B. Phone 475
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
11 IS A PLEASURE'TO EXTEND THE HAM) OP
FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD "WILL TO ALL .....
TO MY MANY FRIRNDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
S. A. RYAN
FILER
Candidate
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
District JTo. 2
Knows Ail The
Needs of His
District
Subject to Democratic
Primary, Maj, 1940
Will Appreciate Ti ur
s jppdVt
(Paid Political Aiir i
F 0 R
TO OUR FRIENDS. PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES I
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
Blue Bowl Cake and Pastry Shop
1411 S. W. 17th Avenue
Phone 2-1819
i
DECENCY'S j
SAKE !
ELECT
WILLIAM
HARD IE

SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I
! JOHNNY'S
Gulf Service
O.ii.sewiy Drive Ph. 9'1~
FT. PIERCE. FLA
SINCERC
PASSOVER GREETINGS
S I S C O s
AUTO PARTS
i
! AS DADE'S
i
S II E R I F FF
| PASSOVER GREETINGS
Paul's Cleaners
& Laundry
l
j S. Dixie Hwy. Phone 129 I
FT. PIERCE. FLA.

Edwin P. Dennison
Ora Spenrer Burney
203 Depot Ave. Ph. 678
FT. PIERCE. FLA.
Ill
I
I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Sunrise Lumber
I & Supply Co.
j
Third Street Phone 36;
j FT. PIERCE. FLA.
P
by l-'i le d
i I
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
AMERICAN
OIL CO.
403 Boston Avo.
j PASSOVER GREETINGS |
I
I
ROBERT L. I
I
"BOB" GRIFFIN [
I
CANDIDATE FOR
SHERIFF
HT. LUCIE COUNTY !
I Paid Political Ad\ I .
PASSOVER GREETINGS
, IDLE HOUR BAR I
i ^ ooston Ave. Phone 105
j FT PIERCE. FLA.
211 Orange Ave. Phone 40
FORT PIERCE, FLA.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
OPEN ALL SUMMER
Authentic
CHINESE
DINNER
85c
"---------D'ae Boulevard at Waat Avenue
Cocktailt from............. .25c
CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD
MIAMI BEACH


AI'KII. 26, 1!40
THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
PACE NINE
Political Briefs
Roscoe Brunstetter, candidate
for Judj* of the Circuit Court of
the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
1 1 irida in Division "A", has been
active i" Miami communal i>i -
Sects being 8 resident of the local
area since 1926. He worked ior
the establishment of the Univer-
sity of Miami of v.hich ha is no a
trustee, was general chairman of
th.. teorgani.....ion committee of
the present Dade County C m-
, Chest of which he is a
and treasurer, and an a t-
, mbe of many organ /.a
tinns. lie believes that there is a
. work that he can do as
Judge i" help expedite justice and
bj e.iminatmg delays and costly
Jure to make proper court
availal) e t" all citizens up-
i! of actual money cos s
one i an me< t.
Dai i. well known in
..'.-, .. circles for a
inib i i years, is now a
,. ate for State Senator in the
... .'I ions. He has served
Si ttc Represents) iv. for a
of years and pledges
a truly a repr sent >-
tjvi ol 1 'ad 'ounty. Among the
his platform is the es
of a medical h "I
in Florida at the University of
Miami, and a guaranteed revenue
sufficient to pay the Bchool teach-
on an adequate salary.
Jim llickland, Miami Beach Con-
stable of the Fifth District is a
candidate for re-election in th-
May Democratic primaries. Mr.
llickland h...- held this pres.n
post for the past 12 years, and
served from 1024 to 1928 as dep-
uty under Sheriff Henry i base
and fr in 1921 to 1923 as a mem-
ber of the Beach poli.-e depart-
ment. Hi' rose from the position
of acting sergeant to assis a
chief or police in this depart-
ment. He is an Elk and a M is >n
Ue E. Mel askell, candidate
for Judge of the Circuit Court,
began the practice of law more
than 2> years ago He I- a.! ni -
te.l tn practice in all courts i i
Florida, in the Federal Court aim
In I'oi e the Supreme < "ourl
United St ite i Dui ing hi- :
hi- I. -
B .iid ni' i 'ounty 'ommissioi
for six > eni beginning in 19 .
was City Attorney for Miami
Beach for -i\ years and in 1.-. 1)
was ap| ointcd < "ounty S ilic t"i
and s'l'.i.i ii r about two year:-.
He is a member of the 1
Couty and Florida S a-- I :: A --
ociati ns, the Episcopal Chun h
nil a Al
ROYAL FULTON
BAKERIES, Inc.
EXTEND PASSOVER WISHES
TO THEIR FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
(< ontinued From Page l >
for pre-shipment of rood package* to K-etz Israel: The l!riti-h gov-
ernment, being mure realistic, has spread a series of submarine nets
around the principal harbor, of Palestine .... Those who decried the
>o letlzation of parts of Poland as history's greatest menace to the
Jewish spirit are now deploring the re|M>rted agreement between the
German and Soviet governments to send back to German-held territ .
oinc tens oi thoiisin Is of Jew. lo fled aero-s the lior.1t r t'. th U. S.
S. It.....>juite a i|j.ind.ir.. > caused in '-' .1.) '" -i .....'; by th;
li cf the Hi- -f Saxe-Coburg.Gctha to the film capital .... IV
uall) dike- and such are the occasion for big festivities out on th
< oast, l;..i this time th, noble visitor's confirmed and outspoken >.i/
ism provd a serious obstacle .... Not even the fact that he's related
to the Kngish kins and the Swedish crown prince could remove the
curse originating from the swastika in his lapel .
A HAPPY PASSOVER
GEE & V E E
SODA SHOP
31 N E. 36th Ctreet PHONE 2.C381
To Our Many P.i'rons a<"d F
GREETINGS FOR PASSQVE.-i
A L C A Z A R
SUNDRY SHOP
500 B.sc.iyne Bo..I
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A C M E
Plastering Co.
60 N. E. 23rd Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
I! i v i Pleas, re to Ete- d
PASSOVER GREETINGS
"i ^ u<.i< ..~>.. rr.itvJS
Frank'.; Studio
172 N. E. 40th Street
PHONE. 26-ti5
A V, A I N
DADE COUNTY NEE3S
____._____ mm u lI i:i
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Dr. Ralph B.
Ferguson
320 S. E. 1st Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
ON HIS RECORD
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
W. A. KIRKHAM
JEWELRY and OPTICAL CO.
SMCRCJ-AND ARCADE
PHONE 2
Sheer, Cool
DP
\
by Kay Dunhill
3.98 and 6.50
~ light as a breeze' Spark-
ling, fresh dark with white
Prints and stripes to Rive p'enty
f excuse for White accessories.
In iL' to 40 and "J to 17 size groups.
Burtfine's
FOURTH FLOOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
?.I c II U G H
SERVICE STATION
'Your Patronage Appreciated"
5400 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
A HAPPY PASSOVER
M I A M I P A NTS
STORK, Inc.
MR. and MRS. J. D. SIMON
208 North Miami Avenue
A HAPPY PASSOVER
M I A M I
Nu-Enamel Co.
33 N. W. 1st Street
PHONE 2
BBjBBV"?^-f --^~%:"..;
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A B B 0 T T
ELECTRIC CO.
DAN J. ABBOTT
186 N. E. 20th Street
V-,, --.
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III THE
L E (J I S L A T i'RE
a no. 1 ma:: roa a.t
A 1 LEGISLATOR
I i......rnl i' r niui"cs
i p
E L E C T
HAYES V\lDQD
TAX
COLLECTOR
COURTEOUS
PROGRESSIVE
EFFICIENT
il'olltlrnl Adv. Paid foi bj Frh .is)
It Is a Pleasure tn fr (tend
A HAPPY PASSOVKR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
N. P. "Neighbor'
Lowry
JKEY
ca:tdtdate
FOR
Judge Of The
CIVIL COURT
OF RECORD
' rved yet faithfully in two
lona of the Legislature.
Gofers twenty five years exper-
ience in the making sind inter-
pretation of the law."
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
MAY 7 1910
ir .i I iv M. al .\il\ i
IliilMllsTCET|IEBHflT w- 71 Your Next
LEGISLATOR
G R 0 U P NO. 2
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VOTE FOR
P.
Finn
*lt!l
Hill
HUM
II
for
GOVERNOR
"1 will tolera>e no invasion of American rights. Foreign
and subversive movements must not live on Florida soil."
from Mr. Whitehair's announcement speech.
(Political Adv. 1'iiid for by Friend*)
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TH1 JEWMM 1T.0MPIAJ
APRIL 2fi, l!t|n
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Frank E. Bryant, candidate for
the Circuit Court bench, is carry-
ing his campaign for election in
Group Three into every pail of
the district, emphasizing the fact
that he will bring impartial jus-
tice to this bench because he has
r been embroiled in any City
of Miami controversies. Mr Bry-
ant has no lengthy platform and
his only political promise is a
fair, honest and courageous ad-
ministration of justice, He is a
member'of the American Legion,
First Christian Church, the Quar-
terback's Club, the Coral Gables
Chamber of Commerce and im-
mediate pas- president of the Dade
' nty Bai Ass n iation.
i for Jud 'the Cir-
t, Eleventh Judicial Cir-
of Florid I Si iup I me, W. II.
I een a res lent of
1923. IK- has I
in gei I pract in i
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man of the Ovet seas II i| '
activity in the civic work in Mi-
'ami coupled with his common
sense and courteous judicial tem-
perament qualify him to fill this
office.
Marshal] C. Wiseheart, candi-
date for State Legislature in
Group Two from Dade County, a
resident of Miami for the past L2
years, attended the Law schools
of Nati nal and Georgetown Uni-
versities from which latter he
'graduated. He resides in Coral
i Gables, is a Miami Beach and
Redlands property owner, and
feels that the growth of the com-
munity demands that legislators
should be chosen who will gove
their honest and sincere efforts
wards solving existing prob-
ems. He is a member of the
Young Democratic Club, the Flo-
rida Bar Association, of which he
has been a director for the past
three years, and is active in civic
movements.
Ttaoi as J. Kelly, candidate for
Tax I for Dade <
has been active in Dade County's
business, fraternal, social and
'civic organizations for the past
twenty years. He has been en-
gaged in the general insurance
business in the City of Miami, has
been elected commander of Harvey
Seeds American Legion Post of
Miami twice, is past exalted ruler
of the Miami Elks, is a member of
the Exchange Club, Moose Lodge,
the Army and Navy Union, Town-
send Club, past treasurer of the
Young Democratic Club of Dade
County, president and founder of
the Dade County School Children's
Milk Fund, military director of
Miami Boys Drum and Bugle
Corps, vice chairman of the Emp-
ty Stocking fund, and state chair
man of the American Legion Na-
tional Defense Committee. It'
eleeted pledges himself to have
efficiency, economy and COUrtesj
John H. Boyer, candidate for
member of the Fifth District Mi-
ami Beach School Board, has been
a resident of Miami Beach since
1988 coming here after receiving
his B.S. Degree in Commerce at
the Universiy of Alabama. He
eceived his I..I..H. degree at the
University of Miami in 1937. He
has been a home owner since 1934
and is a member of Delta Sigma
Phi, Blue Key, Phi Beta Gamma.
Beach Colony Club, Elks, Rod and
Reel Club.
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P A T V F0R
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The Lower East Coast's Only Candidate
(Paid Political Adv.)
VOTE
FOR
ELECT
KELLY
TAX
COLLECTOR
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Elect a FAMILY MAN to |
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CLYDE I, ALLEN
Lawyer for 21 Years
Wilh 9 Years in Dade County
FOURTH DISTRICT
Precincts 75 to 82 and 86 to 108
(Paid Political Adv.)
E L E C T
AS A MEMBER OF
THE BOARD OF
PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
District 5 (Miami Beach)
Your Vote and Support
Will Be Appreciated
(Pud Political Adv.)
Elect
UMU MACFAO0EiJ
Dade County's Own
Candidate For
UNITED STATES SENATOR
W H Y ?
WHY?
BECMJSS he Is a fearless
advocate of everything Ameri-
can.
BCCA'iSC he has spent nun.
dreds oi thousands of dollars
making Florida a great Indus-
trial ana recreat.onal stnte and
has p.id Floi'das treasury
approximate y $i00 weekly in
taxes for several years,
BttAUSt with his many
publications he can carry the
ttory of Florida's wenders and
opportunities to 18.000.000 re.'d-
ers every month.
BECAUSE he is I rreat na-
tional figure and will command
tne attention n-d respect of
Official Washington.
BECAUit ha understands
the problems of l.,bor. .-,
t...e. nd inou.try alike and
win *pcal v.;::i s-t:on Inatsau
of idle wrds.
bfcCAUoE he is opposed to
Ar.uncan invol.sr.iont In Lu-
ropean wars and power poli-
tics.
BECAUSE he believes every
man is entitled tj the riQht to
work and will fight for Jobs in.
stead of --lief.
BECAtSE he is opposed to
n | *i e public with addi-
tional federal taxes for use as
i ro; tical slush fund.
BECAUSE he is opposed to
arbitrary price nxing. regi-
mentation of employees and
employers alike and devast.it-
ing governmental experiment,!-
tion.
BECAUSE he believes the
present c~vernr.ient trade pol-
icy is harmful to Florida's cit-
r: s. vegetable and cattle in-
dust'ies 'nil vill fight for cor.
i ection of these evils.
. J BtCAUSE he is
hi n ,irt b-d of th South, a
true Jeffersonian Democrat, a
bi .it Am irican.
SEE :: :: :: :: HEAR
This Great American in Flamingo Park
In' A Dynamic i alk
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1
8:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M.
Boost Florida With
BERNARH HICFIHEI
fl'ltd Pnlltlml Adv. I
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APRIL 26, 1940
THE JKWI8H FLOaXPLUI
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Bob er.Ror, candidate for re-
,., as constable 8rd Diatrtet
Beach County, bases hia
,, on a continuation of a
teoua im.l conscientious ad-
tration. Mr. Engor believes
with the practical experience
.,: by actual work as Con-
,,,- this district that he is I
Jeach County and feels that tho are citizenship and a square deal Legislature. Because of his devo-
experience gained by him will j or the teaching fraternity upon ion to the interests of the people,
make him more valuable to the which this so largely depends. his knowledge and experience, and
1,,.,ml., of this fniintu in tho lQ.dl l.is record while in office he asks
people of this County in the 1941
ess ion. During his term he suc-
:eeded in passing a number of
Candidate for re-election Sheriff
j. ('. Coleman came to Miami
ecoco iri passing h nuniuui 01 j j, i_. \ oienian came iu tniaiui
icts important to the progress of rom Georgia in 1919 and resided
he county and State as well as I iere since. He has been sheriff
ictively supporting other worth- for almost seven years and undei
vhile measures. lie has been a '
his record while in office he asks
he support of all voters for re-
lection.
j l'aty. 46 years old, of
p0ln, Beach, is the only
, ,,.i coast candidate in the
or governor. His friends ,
im a plain spoken, hoi
re man with a v
for all the pe .pie.
esident of Palm Beach County i nade 71,858 services of civil pa-
or fourteen years and is at pres- his, booked 26,731 persons in the
en) attorney for the town of Belle (ounty Jail, both as County and
Glade. He is also active in local J'ederal prisoners his civil depart-
and communal affairs. ) ,ent handles the service of 500 to
------- ( in legal papers monthly, and the
Geo. <>. Butler, candidate for criminal department has booked
re-election as Clerk Circuit Court, <',.:;'.i| persons, He became chiel
Palm Beach County, bases hi~ re- deputy to Sheriff V. P. Lehman in
ord of experience, efficiency and J'J29, in 1981 to accept
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Hayes Wood, candidate for te-
le, lion to the office of Dade
l,s leadership his deputies have (ounty Tax Collector, was elected
o office in 1936, and believes that
he has fulfilled every pre-election
iromise made. During his ad-
ninistration he made poll tax
eceipts available with registra-
ion books; place auto tax depu-
tes in outlying communities for
convenience; kept tag of-
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expense of the public. He is an
dvocator of sports and fair play
.nd was one of the sponsors of
he Orange Bowl.
Tom Wood, candidate for re-
fection for Constable for the Sec
md District has been a resident
,1' Miami for eighteen years dur-
ng which he has been a law en-
orcement officer in Dade County
or fourteen years. He was elect-
>d constable in 1936 previously
being assistant to Constable
Charles Dillon for four years Mr.
Wood believes that during his
term in office he has c Operated
fully with all law enforcement
^3
qualified than ever before
the people and if re-
w-ill continue as in the
D ::,. k of B 1c i

of Ri
Palm
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ice open Saturday afternoons and agencies in Dade County and was
.ights during the rush periods.) he first constable in the history
i imical administration of the ;, missioned offer of urn,,, over to the County Com- of 1the State of J^ h
.ffairs f the office as necessary h v,i,i City Mangership; and nissi.....rs $74,.....I ,n excess ,,.,. turned m' .th
ratifications for re-election. Has 19.13 s heriM and innovated a tune sav.ng and sun- t
been active in civic and communal ,',,!.,I in 1936. During his term plified tax receipting system
afairs, ha en county rar- he was ii rumental in the estab- has used courteous but firm m,
,eyor, ; : the Highway patrol, d in collecting delinquent
Deputy Surveyor of of 0 dollars to He belie that 1 y cm-
treasury and the de- I......!1
Loyal Order of Mo se, an officer
and director of the Young Demo-
Club and a in,mI, r of vari-
ii- other fraternaj and civic or-
ganizations.
| ivery of
e of I'alm '<' w h County, p. r. He is
mks t All My Friends
(.-, r '.),..; Si ppftrl
rsoN SPROUL
TAX COLLECTOR
I'alm Beach County

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JUDGE
JOHN L. MOORE
Judge of the Criminal Court
Bi
N rth :
- he organiz,
. vi, Ba
,. joined the M.am, Lead,
MIAMI
POLITICAL BRIEFS
RE-ELECT
LB.
PORT
COMMISSIONER
for
PORT OF PALM BEACH
Group No. 1
Sub District No. 2
(Paid Political Adv.)
His Record of Service
Is His Platform
Clyde A. Allen, a candidate for
the Board of Public Instruction
from the 4th District. Dade Coun-
ty, is a lawyer with offices in
C iral Gables.
He began the practice of law
at Macon, Georgia, in 1919, com-
ing to Miami in 1929.
Mr. Allen is president of the
Commanders' Council of Dade
(ounty and until recently was
Commander of the South Miami
Post, the American Legion; is a
Member of the South Miami and
( oral Cables chambers of Com-
merce, Lions Club of (oral Gables,
Guard of Honor of Dade County.
end the to and 8 and the Knights
, E Pythian societies-
Mr. Allen advocates progress-
live, efficient and economical ad-
ministration of public offices,
ivil service regulation under the
merit system for full time public
employees, with emphasis oil
maintenance and development of
educational facilities for our fu-
,,< ,ii i t twenty three y
;,. [30 N. E. 50th Terrace
was appointed in 1926 as
ustice of the Peace. He is ad-
t0 pra lice he!",.re all the
ourts of the State. During his
j Iministration he has handled
j 780 civil cases and approximale-
v 4,500 criminal cases. His only
campaign promise is a continued
dive interest in behalf of hu-
nanity and a fair, honorable and
courageous administration of Jus-
tice in every cause that comes to
,ia attention. He is an active
member of many fraternal and
ervice organizations.
John J. Lindsey, member of the
iromoted to sergeant, detective ,
int and on several occasions
served as acting chief of p, lice.
He is a member of the Miami
Beach Elks, the Miami Beach]
American Legion, Veterans of i
foreign Wars. Miami Beach Busi- |
lessmen'S Association and the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
'ommerce.
Candidate tor state Legislature
Sroup No. One. Norris McElya, a
ife long Dem icrat, has practiced
law in Miami for twenty one
years, coming to Florida in 1902,
and has also ben a home owner
for twenty years. He believes
that the only platform that is hon-
E LE C T
JOHN I. LEONARD
(minty Superintendent
Hoard of Public
Instruction
For the County of
Palm Beach
West Palm Beach, Florida
Adv.)
WITH GRATITUDE FOR
TDK NOMINATION
TO THE OFFICE OF
COUNT'S JUDGE
John J. Lindsey, member ot tne ^ ^^.j^,,^ an(, democratic
legislature in Croup Z, is a can- ,
t'idate for re-election to the office
s to get what the people wanl
(Mdate ,-,. selection to the ol.ue ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^
which he lia^ bed for_the past ^^ v.cioua acta amghl io 1k. en.
fmr yars. While in the Legis- fa m. gpecia, inter.
lature he was active ... legislation ^ ^..^ politiciang Ml,
to protect the interests of Dade ^ ^ ^.^ ^ g
County and is known as one of the R gentative sll,(| lls hia p
ifluential members of B .. ^ ta punigh Mg pol|tical ,.,,.
mies or reward his friends at the
\Richard P. Robbinsj
"By His Record You
Know Him"
VOTE FOR
W. C. (Bill)
riiliJLhi
Candidate for the Office of
COMMISSIONER
Port of Palm Beach
Sub-District 2 Group 2
I Pledge a Courteous and Effi-
cient Administration of
the Office
(l\.iil l'.ilnic.il A.lv.i
HERBERT D. BECK
Respectfully Solicits
Your Support
for
Re-Election
as
Representative
(Group 2)
Subject to Democratic Primary
Hay T, 1940
iPald Political A-lv-)
RE-ELECT
J. M. LEE
Candidate for
COMPTROLLER
Your Support Will
Be Appreciated
(Paid Political Adv.)
I thank all my
>'oo(l friends for
t h e confidence
s h o w n m e, i 11
electing me as
vour co in mis- f
i
s i o n e r.
J.B.
A man who has served Florida
as Governor for four years,
knows what the State needs
for its continued growth and
development^
COY. FRED P. CONE
FOR U. S. SENATOR
'The People's Friend'
(raid Political Adv.)
John R. Beacham
STATE SENATOR
35TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
Comprising Palm Beach and Broward Counties
"A Man of Proven Ability"
President Elect of 1941 State Senate
Subject to Democratic Primary May 7, 1040
(raid Political Adv.)
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THE JBWISH TLOMDIAN
APRIL 2fi
West Palm Beach
Notes
Recently appointed as school
teachers for the coming term are
Mrs. Ruth Goodmark and Miss
Adeline Goldstein.
Mr. and Mrs- A. Levin of 822
34th St., has as their guest for
Passover seder Mrs. S. Kolsby,
sister of Mrs. Levin of Miami,
two nieces and Mrs. Mary Schreb-
nick.
Guest of Mrs- Mary Schrebnick
at the first seder were Mrs. Gais
of Lake Worth and Mrs. Cclia
Waldman.
spiritual leader, conducted ser-
vices.
In honor of Passover Temple
Beth El held a social gathering I
in the Joseph Seller Memorial Hall .
Fred P. Cone, at present Gover-
nor of the State of Florida, is a
candidate for United States Sen-
ator. Governor Cone is a native
Floridian and believes that free
government consists in recognizing
Mrs. Celia Waldman will leave
for her home in Chicago after a
visit of several months in Palm
Beach.
Elmore Cohen of Oth Street re-
turned recently from a meeting
of the Florida Bar Association at
Jacksonville, where he was a del-
egate from the Palm Beach Coun-
ty Bar Association.
public office as a public trUBt,
Wednesday evening. Hostesses lhone8t]y and faithfully adminis-
were Mrs. Joseph Spitzer, Mrs. L ,m,_ and not fol. the benefit of
Abe Levine and Mrs. Frank Bar- lthe {'ew but fol. t(u. general Wel-
Jas. M. Owens, Jr., County Tax of West Palm Beach and
AweBBor, atialified for re-election aa Mayor of West Palm Beach.''*
for this office, and due to the -------
fact that'he has no opponents, is | Tracy Savage, forty year
inimously returned to the office dent of Palm Beach Coui
lidate for the office of l
which he has conducted with cour-
teous and kind treatment to ev-
ector subject to the ,
l Col.
om>ng |,rl.
eryone and with the full realiza- niaries, has been an active -
lion that the people of the county and communal worker, bein
who elect him are the boss and member of the American i-1 *
er. Regular Passover sen-ices Iare of a vraie Governor Cone that he is always working for and other organizations. h.T,"
were held with Rabbi Manuel has performed bU his promisea, their intereata.
Rabbi Greenstein will preach.
Mr. Joe Schrebnick, son of Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick of 414 Eighth
St., arrived home Sunday from
candidacy for re-election as Su- |ation and was author of the Ju-
'pervisor of Registration. He ha- ^icial Re-circuiting Hill and oth-
been a lifetime Democrat, a rosi- t.|.s. He has always been active
dent of Palm Beach County for 38 j |abor legislation and was one
years, a charter membei of \\ P ,,,- three members i d of thirty-
B. Carpenter's Union, a member eight in the Senate who was given
of Townsend Club, and a charter lan excellent rating by the Am. ri-
---------------------------------------------------'member and senior deacon of the can federation of Labor in their
L R. Bishop, cadidate for re- *'ir8t Rl>"isI Church of West annua] ,.,.,., after the 1938
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
and
a'!.
ieves that he is thoroughly
Greenstein officiating assisted by !aml 'wiu contmue perform alii ------- Jetent for th' office he sc<
Messrs. Glasser, Kapner and promisoa in hia piatform if elect-1 Senator John R. Beacham, can- promisea full cooperation
"ross- ed as Senator. Governor Cone [didate for re-election to the State
ieeis that due to his excellent re.- s.na.e. was elected in 11(32 and
A seder for the children will be ord ils Governor of the State, he haa Berved ever since. Senator
held Friday evenig. April 26, at is entitled to represent the people Beacham is president-designate ol
the Temple, at 8:15 P. M- Pray- of Florida as their Senator. ,,. liM| Senat. and during his
en are also scheduled for Satur- I ------- Ifour terms in the Senate spon-
day morning at 9 A. M., Tuesday I At the suggestion of ins many '80re(j many important measures,
memorial services at 10 A. M. friends, J. L Grier announces his helped pass much important legis-
election for a third term as port!Pa,m Beath" "''
feels
that th<
Commissioner of Palm Beach
Group l. has been a member of
the inlet board for numerous
Los Angeles. California, after an years. Mr. Bishop believes that
absence of four years.
Beth Israel Tenyile ushered in
their annual seder Monday eve-
ning at Laubers Palm Beach
with moro than fifty persons
present. Dr. Carl N. Herman.
his experience gained during his
administration qualifies him for
this position again, and if re-elect-
ed Will continue to run his office
with the same efficiency as in the
past.
capable and courteous
Senator II. a. ham has
services S(.,.V(.(i ,],,,.,. years as vice Mayor
rendered by his office merns his
re-election.
VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
George O. Duller
Candidate For Re-Election
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
PALM BEACH COUNTY
His Record Merits Your Consideration
i Paid Political .\.i\.)
I am indeed grateful for the con-
fidence which the people of this
county have shown in me, as evi-
denced by the fact that I am un-
opposed for the office of Tax
Assessor.
JAMES M. OWENS. JR.
Tax AssessorPalm Beach County
(Paid Political Adv.)
Col. J. M. Lee candidat.
re-election as Mate Comptroller,
states that '.No placards will be
strewn pell-mell over the State of
mine has gone to length of au-
thorizing State lead patrolmen to
tear over-enthusiastic or over zealous
supporters may tack up on trees
telephone poles or other struc-
tures on the rights of way, in
violation of his orders to kee
them off the roads." Col. I followed this same policy in both
his previous campaigns, and be-
lieves he merits another term on
his pa.-t record of perf rmance
and not unfilled promises.
W. C "Bill' Brandenberg, can-
didate for Port Commissioner
Balm Beach No. l.1. ha* i
resident of I'. Im Bea h i mi t;
for 12 years an 1 a ta
the same length i Ml
Brandenberg has 1.....
with i ort pr. ,
For the past f. ur years ha
a member of the Pilot Boa
this harbor and believ. th
experience gained qualifies him
for this office.
I wish to express my sincere
thanks to all my gocd
r riends
R. W. MILBURN
CHIEF OF POLICE
RE-ELECT
BOB EGNQR
your
CONSTABLE
Third District, Palm Beach Count)
Capable Conscientious Court cc
(Paid !'>
For Conscientious. Courte-
ous and Capable Service,
Bused on Years of
Experience
Vote to Re-Elect
J. L. GRIER
SUPERVISOR OF
REGISTRATION
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Subject to Democratic Primary
(Paid Political Adv.)
My Sincere Wishes to My Jewish Friends
TRACY SAVAGE
Candidate For
TAX COLLECTOR
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
Your Vote and Support W.ll Ba
Sincerely Appreciated in the
Primary May 7
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FLORIDA'S NEXT
GOVXRN08-
OUR NEIGHBOR
15. F. PA IV
offers a sans and
constructive plaa
HE SAYS:
No Additional Taxes
Definite Pension Funds
Subiatence Homesteaas
Lower Freight Rates
State Civil Service
Nine Months of School
Public Utilities Regul.it>""
A Reforeatation Program
State Advertising Buresu
An Adequate Ro^d Program
Everglades National Park
A Fair Deal for Labor
New Industries
More Payrolls
Fish and Game Conservation
Evergladee Fire Control
VOTE FOR and SUPPORT
B. F. PATY
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APRIL 26, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN POLITICAL BRIEFS Mr. Max M. Singer, long time resident of Miami Beach, endorses the candidacy of Dan Chappell for State Senator, and will be pleased tn meet all his friends and the nf Dan Chappell at the Beach Chappell Headquarters, 7415th Street, Miami Beach. Thomas B. Evertiarl, candidate : i State Legislature Group 2, is i, native Floridian and came to Miami over 19 years ago. He has be eI1 practicing law since 1916 admitted to practice before ipreme Court and all Courts i State of Florida. He is activi in the local communal and affairs, being a member of the Trinity Methodist Church of Miami, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, James Carried Masonic Lodge. Scottish Rite Miami Commandery, • Templar, Mahi Temple. Shrine, Jericho Chapter, Royal Arch Masons Harvey Seeds Post American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Dade County Bar and Florida Bar Associations. Since his arrival in Miami Mr. Everhart has continuously engaged in the practice of law with offices in the Security Building. Henry II. Filer, candidate for County Commissioner District No. 2, has for many years been a member of the Dade County School Board and active in local, civic and communal affairs. Among the planks of his platform he has that he will work for a county hospital, procuring permanent access to the Beach from Baker's Haulover Bridge, preservation of existing air bases, acquiring additional land at Baker's Haulover for protection to fishermen favoring Dr. Townsend's new PAGE FIVE %  ill, work with the Federal Government to build in areas where hurricane shelters are needed and more fire protection in the outying districts. TALLAHASSEE PASSOVER GREETINGS TULLY'S CASH GROCERY & SERVICE STATION "M N. Monroe Ph. 1498 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE PASSOVER GREETINGS Superior Dry Cleaners & Dyers 308' %  %  S. Monroe Ph. 216 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIOA PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. 825 R. R. Ave. Pb. 1849 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS F A I R DRUG COMPANY Monroe and College Phone 56 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS N E W M A N BULKLEY P RIN TI N G COM?'ANY W. Pensacola Phone 1433 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPITAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY 122 E. Pensacola St. Phone 1344 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPITAL PHARMACY INC. 102 S. Monroe Ph. 95 & 905 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS P R () C T O R & PROCTOR AUTO SUPPLIES Monroe and College Phone 322 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS J. A. BICKLEY Plumbing: & Heating 114 8th St. Ph. 1188 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPITAL CITY ICE & COAL CO. 8. Adams St. Ph. 348 TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Bernarr Macfadden will hold a Ihuge Americanism" rally in Flamingo Park at 8 o'clock next Wednesday night, May 1st. the day on which Communists throughout the world celebrate the anniversary of the Third Internationals, in what is forecast by nis supporterse of a speech that will be a clarion call for intensified j American vigilance in guarding constitutional democracy, it is reported the cadidate for the United StateSenate will renew his fearI -attacks on all "isms." especially Nazism. With Nazi Germany and Communist Russia 'linked by treaty and purpose in heir ruthless attacks on the Jewjish people ad Europe's small democracies, as well as infiltration and plans for sabotage in this country, Macfadden has stated that he believes that Americans should vigorously stamp out "all isms' but Americanism." He said: "I am opposed to all isms' foreign or local — except Americanism. Browder, the Communist, and Fritz Kuhn, Hitler's protege, are in jail and that's (where we should keep them and their kind. There is no place in America today for traitors whether foreign-born or American-born|We have too great a job to do in lifting America out of its depression-born dumps and setting the country on the road to renewed prosperity for all the people, to tolerate the vicious, under-handed conniving of the 'ism' gang." Macfadden'a whirlwind cam* paign for Senatorial office, further accelerated by a 1,700-mile airtour of the staate now in process, was marked this week by two significant developments: He pledged his first year's salary as Senator if elected -$10,000 I—to establish a State Publicity Department to boom Florida's 'most valuable asset." health, and boost Florida into the "greatest state in the union," and inaugurated a nation-wide search for a workable plan for oldage relief that provides "adequate benefits" but does not 'bankrupt the government." He offered an award of ? 1,000 for such a plan. William Hardie, native Miamian, is a candidate for Sheriff of Hade County. He bases his program on the restoring of decency t i Dade County, driving out organized vice and racketeering and to make the entire area the greats' and finest playground the world has ever seen. Mr. Hardie joints out that increasing ganglom i ncroai hments are bound to indermine Dade's progress and in 0 doing are bound to carry to ter many of the millions of dollars that have been invested here and believes that to prevent Ml immediate change in position from the Sheriff's office so that rocketeers will realize that Hade county no longer is a safe haven from which they can operate undisturbed. George K. Holt, candidate for re-election for the office of Representative in the Legislature in Group One, has been a member of the House of Representatives Florida State Legislature of 1937, 1938 and 1!WJ. Mr. Holt has been n practicing attorney in Dade County since 1925 and during his term in the Legislature was an active member of many important committees. He states that he has kept every promise made and performed in -his platforms, and if re-elected during the next session of Legislature will continue the record already made. FT. LAUDERDALE PASSOVER GREETINGS HART STORAGE and WAREHOUSE 20 S E. 6th St. Phone 318 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. FT. LAUDERDALE PSSOVER GREETINGS E L MARSH NEON MANUFACTURER SIGN PAINTING 636 S. Andrews Ave.. Phone 980 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS Custer's Fish & Poultry Market 20 Wall Street Phone 74 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS Pioneer Sheet Metal Works GEO. STURGIS & SON 510 S. E. 6th Ave Phone 263W FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS BECK'S DRUG STORE Special Prescription Service 342 E. Las Olas Blvd.. Ph. 4 FT, LAUDERDALE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS FAIRCHILD Funeral Home AMBULANCE SERVICE 258 N. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 107 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS THE TROPICAL PRESS Paul L. Bundy E. w. Oslin Maxwell Arcade Phone 844 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS J. BURBRIDGE GULF STATION GOODRICH TIRES BATTERIES — SIMONIZING REGISTERED LUBRICATION I OTTO • SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS COLLEGE PARK DAIRIES "The Best of Quality" Apopka Road ph. 4939 ORLANDO. FLA. 101 N E. 6th Ave. Ph. 9278 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS BOLICK'S • AUTO TOP and PAINT SHOP 6 S. W. 1st Ave. Phone 25 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS TRAMMEL MOTOR CO. PACKARD SALES & SERVICE 116 S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 459 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS V A N S Auto Painting Body and Fender Work PAINTING DECORATING 1 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 66 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS FORM AN'S SANITARY DAIRY 209 S. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 189 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS KING MOTORS 6 — OLDSMOBILE — 8 GOOD USED CARS 217 S E. 6th Ave. Ph. 108 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS Federal Tile Co. INCORPORATED 215C. S. E. 6th Ave. Ph. 360 FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS THE WRIGHT P R I N T E R Y 1208 W. Broward Boulevard PHONE 1163 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. t



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AI'KII. 26, 1!40 THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN PACE NINE Political Briefs Roscoe Brunstetter, candidate for Judj* of the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of 1 1 irida in Division "A", has been active i" Miami communal i>i Sects being 8 resident of the local area since 1926. He worked ior the establishment of the University of Miami of v.hich ha is no a trustee, was general chairman of th.. teorgani ion committee of the present Dade County C m, Chest of which he is a and treasurer, and an a t, mbe %  of many organ /.a tinns. lie believes that there is a work that he can do as Judge i" help expedite justice and bj e.iminatmg delays and costly Jure to make proper court availal) e t" all citizens upi! of actual money cos s one i an me< t. Dai i. well known in ..'.-, ..• circles for a inib i i years, is now a ,. ate for State Senator in the ... .'I ions. He has served • Si ttc Represents) iv. for a of years and pledges a truly a repr sent >tjvi ol 1 'ad %  'ounty. Among the his platform is the es of a medical h "I in Florida at the University of Miami, and a guaranteed revenue sufficient to pay the Bchool teachon an adequate salary. Jim llickland, Miami Beach Constable of the Fifth District is a candidate for re-election in thMay Democratic primaries. Mr. llickland h...held this pres.n post for the past 12 years, and served from 1024 to 1928 as deputy under Sheriff Henry i base and fr in 1921 to 1923 as a member of the Beach poli.-e department. Hi' rose from the position of acting sergeant to assis a • chief or police in this department. He is an Elk and a M is >n Ue •' E. Mel askell, candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court, began the practice of law more than 2> years ago He Ia.! ni te.l tn practice in all courts i i Florida, in the Federal Court aim In I'oi e the Supreme < "ourl United St ite i Dui ing hi: hiI. B .iid ni' i 'ounty 'ommissioi for six > eni • beginning in 19 was City Attorney for Miami Beach for -i\ years and in 1 .-. 1) was ap| ointcd < "ounty S ilic t"i and s'l'.i.i ii r about two year:-. He is a member of the 1 Couty and Florida S a-I :: A -ociati ns, the Episcopal Chun h nil a Al ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES, Inc. EXTEND PASSOVER WISHES TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL (< ontinued From Page l > for pre-shipment of rood package* to K-etz Israel: The l!riti-h government, being mure realistic, has spread a series of submarine nets around the principal harbor, of Palestine .... Those who decried the >o letlzation of parts of Poland as history's greatest menace to the Jewish spirit are now deploring the re|M>rted agreement between the German and Soviet governments to send back to German-held territ %  oinc tens oi thoiisin Is of Jew. lo fled aero-s the lior.1t r t'. th %  U. S. S. It > juite a i|j.ind.ir.. „> caused in '-' %  .1.) '" -i '; by th; li cf the Hi-f Saxe-Coburg.Gctha to the film capital .... IV uall) dikeand such are the occasion for big festivities out on th < oast, l;..i this time th, noble visitor's confirmed and outspoken >.i/ ism provd a serious obstacle .... Not even the fact that he's related to the Kngish kins and the Swedish crown prince could remove the curse originating from the swastika in his lapel A HAPPY PASSOVER GEE & V E E SODA SHOP 31 N E. 36th Ctreet PHONE 2.C381 To Our Many P.i'rons a<"d F GREETINGS FOR PASSQVE.-i A L C A Z A R SUNDRY SHOP 500 B.sc.iyne Bo..I A HAPPY PASSOVER A C M E Plastering Co. 60 N. E. 23rd Street MIAMI, FLORIDA I! i v i Pleas, re to Eted PASSOVER GREETINGS "i ^ u<.i< ..~>.. rr.itvJS Frank'.; Studio 172 N. E. 40th Street PHONE. 26-ti5 A V, A I N DADE COUNTY NEE3S „ mm u LI i:i A HAPPY PASSOVER Dr. Ralph B. Ferguson 320 S. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA ON HIS RECORD A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER W. A. KIRKHAM JEWELRY and OPTICAL CO. SMCRCJ-AND ARCADE PHONE 2 Sheer, Cool DP \ by Kay Dunhill 3.98 and 6.50 ~ light as a breeze' Sparkling, fresh dark — w ith —white Prints and stripes to Rive p'enty f excuse for White accessories. In iL' to 40 and "J to 17 size groups. Burtfine's FOURTH FLOOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ?.I c II U G H SERVICE STATION %  'Your Patronage Appreciated" 5400 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD A HAPPY PASSOVER M I A M I P A NTS STORK, Inc. MR. and MRS. J. D. SIMON 208 North Miami Avenue A HAPPY PASSOVER M I A M I Nu-Enamel Co. 33 N. W. 1st Street PHONE 2 BBjBB£V"?^-f %  • --^ %  ~%: ..; A HAPPY PASSOVER A B B 0 T T ELECTRIC CO. DAN J. ABBOTT 186 N. E. 20th Street V-,, %  --. >v .), ; & III THE L E (J I S L A T i'RE A NO. 1 MA:: roa A.T A 1 LEGISLATOR I • %  i rnl i' r niui"cs i p E L E C T HAYES V\lDQD TAX COLLECTOR COURTEOUS PROGRESSIVE EFFICIENT il'olltlrnl Adv. Paid foi bj Frh .is) It Is a Pleasure tn fr (tend A HAPPY PASSOVKR TO ALL MY FRIENDS N. P. "Neighbor' Lowry JKEY CA:TD T DATE FOR Judge Of The CIVIL COURT OF RECORD rved yet faithfully in two lona of the Legislature. Gofers twenty five years experience in the making sind interpretation of the law." DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7 1910 ir .i I iv M. al .\il\ i IliilMllsT C E T |IEBH„flT w71 Your Next LEGISLATOR G R 0 U P NO. 2 *T .J^^^k "Your Vote and Support Appreciated" (ItUd V Vilv.) NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET W. MECHL0WITZ, Prop. 424 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-5841 We Handle a Full Line of Wines DOMESTIC AND PALESTINIAN Also all Kinds of MATZOS, DRY FRUITS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS FOR PASSOYF.N Don't Waste Your Vote; Support the Leading Candidate VOTE FOR P. Finn *lt!l Hill HUM II for GOVERNOR "1 will tolera>e no invasion of American rights. Foreign and subversive movements must not live on Florida soil." —from Mr. Whitehair's announcement speech. (Political Adv. 1'iiid for by Friend*) \ f If



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/ PAGE TEN TH1 JEWMM 1T.0MPIAJ APRIL 2fi, l!t|n POLITICAL BRIEFS Frank E. Bryant, candidate for the Circuit Court bench, is carrying his campaign for election in Group Three into every pail of the district, emphasizing the fact that he will bring impartial justice to this bench because he has r been embroiled in any City of Miami controversies. Mr Bryant has no lengthy platform and his only political promise is a fair, honest and courageous administration of justice, He is a member'of the American Legion, First Christian Church, the Quarterback's Club, the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce and immediate paspresident of the Dade nty Bai Ass N iation. i for Jud • 'the Cirt, Eleventh Judicial Cirof Florid I Si iup I me, W. II. I een a res lent of 1923. IKhas I in gei I pract in i B %  i ...... %  i man of the Ovet seas II i| activity in the civic work in Mi'ami coupled with his common sense and courteous judicial temperament qualify him to fill this office. Marshal] C. Wiseheart, candidate for State Legislature in Group Two from Dade County, a resident of Miami for the past L2 years, attended the Law schools of Nati nal and Georgetown Universities from which latter he 'graduated. He resides in Coral i Gables, is a Miami Beach and Redlands property owner, and feels that the growth of the community demands that legislators should be chosen who will gove their honest and sincere efforts wards solving existing probems. He is a member of the Young Democratic Club, the Florida Bar Association, of which he has been a director for the past three years, and is active in civic movements. Ttaoi as J. Kelly, candidate for Tax I for Dade < has been active in Dade County's business, fraternal, social and 'civic organizations for the past twenty years. He has been engaged in the general insurance business in the City of Miami, has been elected commander of Harvey Seeds American Legion Post of Miami twice, is past exalted ruler of the Miami Elks, is a member of the Exchange Club, Moose Lodge, the Army and Navy Union, Townsend Club, past treasurer of the Young Democratic Club of Dade County, president and founder of the Dade County School Children's Milk Fund, military director of Miami Boys Drum and Bugle Corps, vice chairman of the Empty Stocking fund, and state chair man of the American Legion National Defense Committee. It' eleeted pledges himself to have efficiency, economy and COUrtesj John H. Boyer, candidate for member of the Fifth District Miami Beach School Board, has been a resident of Miami Beach since 1988 coming here after receiving his B.S. Degree in Commerce at the Universiy of Alabama. He eceived his I..I..H. degree at the University of Miami in 1937. He has been a home owner since 1934 and is a member of Delta Sigma Phi, Blue Key, Phi Beta Gamma. Beach Colony Club, Elks, Rod and Reel Club. SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER AMERICAN PLAN HOTEL APPROVED SANITARIUM A HAPPY' PASSOVER Acme Supply Co. Ml N. E. Sixth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA HEAR P A T Y SPEAK TONIGHT (FRIDAY) APRIL 26 BAYFRONT PARK Our Neighbor We Can Demand A Fair Deal! B. F.'PATY West Palm Beach P A T V F0R r *m m. M. GOVERNOR The Lower East Coast's Only Candidate (Paid Political Adv.) VOTE FOR ELECT KELLY TAX COLLECTOR for DADE COUNTY [Political Adv. Paid for by Friends) PASSOVER CREETINCS E. A. EHMANN 2 8 Hal m r i %  E 2 n i MI '.MI. FLORIDA Sll SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASS0VE.R THE SEMINOLE OIL, Inc. Distributors of RING FREE MOTOR OIL MIAMI JACKSONVILLE TAMPA \ K, th St [ONE 3-7SS1 7():J A-lil.v St. PHONE •> 130 E lamae A\ PHONE M _. ; STOP Elect a FAMILY MAN to | Board of Pvbl>c Instruct'on | %  CLYDE I, ALLEN Lawyer for 21 Years Wilh 9 Years in Dade County FOURTH DISTRICT Precincts 75 to 82 and 86 to 108 (Paid Political Adv.) E L E C T AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District 5 (Miami Beach) Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated (Pud Political Adv.) Elect UMU MACFAO 0 E i J Dade County's Own Candidate For UNITED STATES SENATOR W H Y ? WHY? BECMJSS he Is a fearless advocate of everything American. BCCA'iSC he has spent nun. dreds oi thousands of dollars making Florida a great Industrial ana recreat.onal stnte and has p.id Floi'das treasury approximate y $i00 weekly in taxes for several years, BttAUSt with his many publications he can carry the ttory of Florida's wenders and opportunities to 18.000.000 re.'ders every month. BECAUSE he is I rreat national figure and will command tne attention n-d respect of Official Washington. BECAUit ha understands the problems of l.,bor. .-, t...e. „nd inou.try alike and win *pcal v.;::i s-t:on Inatsau of idle wrds. bfcCAUoE he is opposed to Ar.uncan invol.sr.iont In Luropean wars and power politics. BECAUSE he believes every man is entitled tj the riQht to work and will fight for Jobs in. stead of --lief. BECAtSE he is opposed to n | *i e public with additional federal taxes for use as i ro ; tical slush fund. BECAUSE he is opposed to arbitrary price nxing. regimentation of employees and employers alike and devast.iting governmental experiment,!tion. BECAUSE he believes the present c~vernr.ient trade policy is harmful to Florida's citr: s. vegetable and cattle indust'ies 'nil vill fight for cor. i ection of these evils. J — BtCAUSE he is hi n ,irt b-d of th South, a true Jeffersonian Democrat, a BI .it Am irican. SEE :: :: :: :: HEAR This Great American in Flamingo Park In' A Dynamic i alk WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 8:30 P. M. 8:30 P. M. Boost Florida With BERNARH HICFIHEI fl'ltd Pnlltlml Adv. I %  H^HB



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.. APRIL 26, 1940 THE JEWISH FLORTDLAN PAGE THREE SH i i MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION lB4o S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi BABBIts RESIDENCE: 1119 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. mFriday evening services, 5:30 p m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. PASSOVER SERVICES The concluding days of Passover will !• observed Sunday night and V nday and Tuesday evening. .... wi 1 commence at 6:45 P. M on Sunday and Monday. services both days will Marl at '.' P. M. YISKOR SERVICE The traditional memorial services will be recited on the last day of Pass ver, Tuesday morning at 10:15 A. M. SERMON SCHEDULE Rabbi Kellner will preach on both days of Yontwv before the Musaph service in English and Monday afternoon between Mincha and Maariv AT HOME Rabbi i nd Mrs. Kellner won' hosts i i the Habanoth groups al a Passover Reception Thursday Day of Choi Mam ed al I P M in their home al 919 S W. 13th < ourt. Thurs lay ei cning the I i Fellowship of the Junor Hadassah met with Rabbi Kellner and Mrs. Kellner had t).e entire group as her guc si at a reception following the lectu e. %  If you've been enjoying the Happy Jim Parsons radio programs you'll !• interested t" know thai Happy Jim. whose real name is Irving Kaufman, was long a favorite as Lazy Dan .... H-'s staging a comeback now, recouping the radio-made fortune he lost in real estate. %  R E-ELE GT j IT i) <; K II 0. CIRCUIT JUDGE Dude and Monroe Counties Group 4 Democratic Primaries May 7 (Paid Political Adv.' H MM LETTER : SERVICE ] t.-Su,!,,-^ ,:• L* r !" S W^-'^/M gfilJWA'.W.TIn 1 •Sfl.--'2 ^TV^i | PASSOVER GREETINGS I BON TON CLEANERS j i Hadassah Notes by Mrs.. M. R. Krieger LEST WIE FORGET. JEWISH NATIONAL FUND TEA. The Jewish National Fund committee of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah, consisting of Mrs. Carrie Rosen, chairman; Mrs. Morris Rubin, co chairman. Mrs. Norman Liebling, Mrs. Rambam, Mrs. Farkas, Mrs. Wien, Mrs. Nevins, and Mrs. Ethel Raff will spons 1 1 a tea and entertainment at the home of Mrs. Rosen. 2678 Flamingo, Drive, Miami Beach, Friday, May 3rd, at two o'clock. -\ National Fund Box will be the price of admission for those mem. hers and friends who have b \ %  -. and for others admission will lime dollar I' ite the recent White Paper, thei is still land available in Pale 5l ine, and our duty to ,iv.r I SS people should make US rware of the pressing need foi obtaining land for them, a pen %  rtl I ei e, which will be %  afe from tj i nnny and oppi e .-. hich will i ur people by ,nd for all time. A HAPPY PASSOVER HOWELL'S RESTAURANT 987 S. W. 5th St., Ph. 2-8956 Let us not repeat our mistak) s of the past, but aet while there is still opportunity and before the barriers towards purchases of land in Palestine are raised. Support the Jewish National Fund. Attend this tea and bring your friends. Remember the dateFriday, May 3rd. Plac*—-2675 Flamingo Drive. Purpose—land, roots, a home for the homeie B. ir^w :.-.%  Jf • •. ,^BBM_ A*BW,3 W^ '" %  tJSL %, '. [3P3?-, ~ w JK; •^Jt %  EfcVjSii J: B^ v '~ fen |pfe Jf„ • ^MK V PAS30VER GRZETLTGo THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of NEW YOR! (28 BKTHOI,D HI ll,MN< ; LIFE INSURANCE ard ANNUITY INVL.iT MENTS WU. J. BROWN, Dlst. Mgr. R. L. DAUGHERTY Main Plant and Offic 637 N. W. FIFTH AVE. IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD I QUALITY PLUS SERVICE R. J. GARLICK ) Service Stations | | 301 S W. 2nd AVENUE 1701 N, W. 7th AVENUE 318 N. E. 13th STREET I A HAPPY PASSOVER AUTO BRAKE AND SERVICE CO 1T:*1 West Kl.iL'Vr St. MIAMI. FLORIDA Will-mo tc All Jewnh Citizens A HAPPY PASSOVLR W A L K E R Casket Co. i 1433 N. E. Mi.irre PI i- GREETINGS m William Maher SEASON'S GREETINGS from Richard A. Belsham Structural Engineer + GREETINGS FROM THE MilAMl COnSERVATuRI Wocm'i Cub Building 1737 N Bayshore Drive Miami Beach, Shenandoah i • %  Elect W. H. BURWELL J U D GE CIRCUIT COURT Group One [Paid PelltieaJ Adv.) Elect John S. "Johnny" Baber Candidate for Constable Fifth District MIAMI BEACH. SUNNY ISLES GOLDEN BEACH Your Vote and Support Appreciated (Political AA it PtM tor fry Friend*) Passover Greetings MRS. ADDD3 J. NATT'S | BAKERY 55 N. W. 36th STREET Phone 3-3082 CEO. [. HTML |j Candidate For JUDGE of the CIRCUIT COURT j Advocates: Speedy, orderly, dignified and courteous administration of justice. Running to succeed Judge Worth W. Trammell It Hat Been Well Put In Rhyme t Old "POL" to His Young Hopefuls! "My boys — now that your* •ewh a tandidale. do this: Abuse, accuse nc? badger and badti Harass and hase and engender Sate! Declare y urseli holy, and holier thaa The iec .bent at any other men I Pour.' .our cbest and clench your nslt Deer conditions that do not exist! SpJ suspicions ef conspiracies brewi'j PC re grim visions, and prophesy mini / 3int yourself 'the Poor Peepul's' White Hope, \. ho alone with these Hobgoblins might cope! And I, malign, from my den In the lower. Will publish—and boast ei my press as a power! Tou have no idea how many a vote We thus wtll wheedle from many a goat 111 This Rhmyster Seems To Know Something About Local Politics! He certainly does describe the usual method and iakeries ei the repudiated machine politico and his puppets Vn their sorry efforts to besmirch and dUodge a faithful efficient official SUPPORTERS OF and BELIEVERS IN D. C. COLEMAN Who know hta to be me beet Shert* Dad* County aver bad. and arge see RE-ELECTION — (Paid Political AdTertisement by a JrwUh Friend)



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' PACE TWO THE JEWISH 7L0SIDIAN ~<5 APRIL 26. 1910 ft SOCIAL ACTIVITIES RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED and Mrs. M. %  in of rood, New Ji Mi. [Friedman, recording secretary; TO HE BAR Mrs. Sam Ehrlich, corresponding MITZVAH secretary; Mrs. J. M. Kopelowiiz, Roben /— financial secretary; Mrs. Saul and Mrs. Morris \ iditor, and Mrs. >i Lenox Ave., M to Dr. Haro d Rand .' • Bar Mitzvah S i i.. ed I year w< n May I ai 9 A. M •' Pen Morr two years, J Pallot and ] man; .. : in lo%  I %  .: rED EN N"S i I I WedMorris Rubin; ... '. Mr. and National ea_S WINS CONTEST Viis Ma ter f Mr. and %  ,: Bronston of 3301 I %  %  % % %  i Beach, a | Ul> TO MKI r SPONSOR BINGO PARTY The Young Women's Hebrew Association will sponsor a B Party Sunday evening, Maj at the Y Clu fit of the Library Fund. I .en! Liel nan, il \ Furth f. | Mrs [rvi L. Siegel was lent; Fine, first vice • ; Mrs. vice esidi : Mrs. Hyi tin, third vice pn Win. SLENDERIZE TBM BIGHT WAX IflAJttl HMLTH DHHTDII 1. r. firfhra, Mrw/tor %  arareeafU* Pi | ilil n 7IIMMT BtaaapM : [day J. Lipton, R. R B. v irka Norman Liebling, J. H. I Harold Spaet, Harry Platoff, Sidney Weintraub, Max Dobrin, S Chentoff, M. Kaplan. Joe Richt" Hairy Sirkin. Sam Simonhoff ami Harry Nevins. j, Mr. R TO GIi E l' \sso\ 1:1: TEA the Young V %  %  SPONSl % %  '• I) VNCE er 0. E. danci rues at the Mahi Shrine cayne Boulevard at i ib f Emunah S. w ill sp ii ir a evening, April 30 ["emple, 14th Street, KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. ore. 87th BV tad Bonsai AT*. OMIOAOO, ILL. MW. CMk4 mmi Baaafca* DKMANP IT FROM YOUB DELICATESSEN New ObUiMbk Kv) %  I FWiAa AMERIC A N TRANSFER Formerly Art's Transfer Day and Night Service Phone 2-5792 335 N. E. 2nd Ave. F. M. ROBAETS MIAMI, FLORIDA Miami, beginning at 9 P. M. The program includes music for danc ling by a prominent orchestra and |a vaudeville show. In charge of arragements are Mrs. Bernard Simon, general chairman and Mr. E. Albert Ballot, co-chairman. Assisting are Mesdames Teddy (iulkis, Hyman Gottesman, Al Nemetz. Joe Syman, Ann Jamison. Henry Rabin, Bciij. Sokoloff, Sid ey Robinson Jack Ballot. Sidney Palmer. Frances Warschoff, Jule Hollender and Miss Harma Coopersmith, souvenir journal; Miss Diane Coopersmith and Mrs. Mattie Kuperberg, Mes Leo Meyer, Jack \\ ucher, Max Kupferstein and M hments. Door prizes will be %  arded. Tii kets ari fift; ;. r pei son and may 1 bd All members friends arc cordially invite. I to attend. Philip Somberg is worthy n. and Mr. Jack Schwartz worthy patron of the Chapter. itl nd. VN.M" \l. CONCER 1 TO BE nil • The ninth annua 1 und< r the directi n of Abraham Bramson will be hold Sunday evening, May 2rfth at the Beth David Auditorium. 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.. Miami Further details will be announced in forthcoming issues. ATTENDS CONVENTION Mrs. Jennie Rotfort returned to the city Monday from Orlando where she represented the Wometco Theatres at the Southern Regii nal Convention <>f the employes Federal Credit Union Bank held Saturday and Sunday. \ Id Sun\ i i 28th :•;-. 15C7 S \V. 51 I !. hairman, a by i of tl %  I pn nidi esses for the afterAll members, friend \ isitors are cordially invited t.. attend. RE-ELECT zj^^ e ANDREWS THE GATEWAY TO HEALTH DR. FREDERICK BUTLER Dietetic Chemistry Naturopathic Phvi< nn CHIROPRACTOR 16:i 11*1 SI V*i mi Beach PHONE 5-7808 ,r^ .1$. SNATCH fXMOCBATIC ••IMARY MAY 1940 To Our Patrons and Friends A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MAMMOTH FOOD STORES Over 3.C0O Items for Your Selection 1453 S. W. 8th Street — Phcr.e 2-6765 n WHERE FOOD PRICES ARE MADE" RE-ELECT when death occurs GOING OUR WAY? The Modern Diesel-electric Way Effective April 28th CONSTABLE Fifth District Miami Beach 20 Years Honest Law Enforcement Present Incumbent Since 1928 D.eply Grateful for oYur Vote and Support (Political Ad Raid for by a Friend) Phone 5k 7777 HIVEIISIOE MEMOMU CHAPEL m. 1870 MM WASHINGTON AVINUl MIAMI (EACH NEW Y0IK 7 4th STREET' AMSTERDAM AVENUE • CHARLES ROSENTHAL EDWARD ROSENTHAl HOlI OW aOSEMTHA lj NEW, FASTER SERVICE SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL 3 HOURS FASTER TO NEW YORK -Air conditioned, mdinfm-aeai aaatfina, PIILMD can, looBfO car, modem, DtoacI-rJaelite lniKiiiiiirti— New, emxrth-ri.llng comfort. No jolla, no jerk*, DO acjaeaka, mo uTTlej LMTM Miami dally 10:30 A.M. SILVER MCTEOR-COLOM ooaA atreamllnav. Dleeel-eleetric powered. Comfortable, reclining M ivm i v A low •err paiaenger. Sewardeaa-nurw. Dining ear, Urern ear. loungbaerTaaon car. Radio entertainment. Learea Mtaanl daily ItlOO AJL New, tmprored ichedula • Southbound IT. New YorkliM PM, TaabJogtoo 6:50 VM. NEW YORK.FLORIDA laflJEHBD Tin lining, ml eoaehea, Pullman can, loange ear. L. Miami E& 9rOQ PM. Commit T. % Loeked, JjOJP J-, Seaboard Railway. 173 East Ragle* Sbaaa, Miami, Fla. Phone 3-8391. gat."



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f PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN APRIL 26, 1940 wJewisfh Florid tin PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue [ J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor :i FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second claps matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative B'NAl B'RITH NOTES by Harold Turk SUBSCRIPTION One year _.. .. If.OO $1.00 APRIL 26, 1940 VOLUME 13 — No. 17 FOOD FOR THOUGHT Sholem Lodge was host to 12."> ttudcms of the University of Miami, at Seder services held on the second Seder night "1" Passover at Congregation Beth DavidRabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Coiman Zwitman conducted the services. The affair was a great success. file students accorded themselves A-iih the dignity and decorum in >ppreciation for the occasion and xemplified their spirit and understanding of the symbol for .vhich the services standSpecial credit should be given to Brother Louis lieiman, chairman of the Student Union committee, in whose charge and under whose direction the affair was made possible. Special thanks • should be given to Brother Isidore Goldstein, Congregation Beth David and Harry Simonhoff for their cash donations, and Brother tail Weinkle, the Certified Poultry and Egg and the Rosedale Deii sen for their contributions. Other contributors were the University of .Miami, for the use "of busses foi the transportation of the said ents and the White Swan Linen THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHHAKTZ) Because of a number of recent incidents occurring in Miami, Supply for laundry and linen, and creating quite a stir among our people, we feel it apropos to reprint *" ""f 0 Gardens for palma '"' 'atmosphere. an editorial appearing in these columns about two years ago, and deem it both timely and fitting. WHEN PRIVATE WRONGS BECOME PUBLIC WOES Try as hard as we have, the Jewish people have never been able throughout the aces to get the no i-.Jewish world to recognize the fact that a wrong committed by the individual Jew should not be charged against the entire Jewish people. Too often have the Jews of entire communities been forced to undergo indignities and even loss of property and life, because of some act of an individual whom they could not control. In this immediate area, the Jewish community has in most instances been singularly free of irresponsible individuals who have caused trouble to the people as a whole. Yet within the past several weeks there has been brought home to us in a manner not unmistakable, the conduct of certain individuals who constitute a large part of an important industry, in this area, probably the most important industry, which has begun to undermine the business of this area. And again history repeats itself. Again the Jewish people are being told that it is the wrongs of our people, of the Jewish people not acts committed by an individual or several individuals. We should be the last to attempt to control the business conduct of people. Yet as Jews we must recognize that our standard of conduct must be high; we must bring to Jews the realization that if I hey have agreed to certain business Standards they must live up to their promises; if they find they cannot, then it is their business to so advise those they have agreed with; that subterfuge, chicanery, deception are m t Jewish traits. That unless these ills are eliminated they will bring down upon themselves the wrath of the entire community, because in the last analysis the Jewish community will be the sufferers. It is our hope that this word of warning will find receptive ears and that it will not be necessary to mention names and places of those who have been the offenders. In his report given at the annual Federation Membership meeting this week. Stanley C. Myers. President, reiterated an idea that has been in the minds of some of the leaders of the community quite a while. He strongly urged the formation of a Community Council, composed of representatives of all recognized organizations in the city, with a designated spokesman for the group, thus eliminating pseudo leaders who attempt to represent the community and speak for it without authority. IF IN THE RIGHT HANDS AND UNDER PROPER MANAGEMENT, this Council should be a great step forward in the prevention, handling and solving of problems, such as have recently occurred. This project deserves consideration. The students accepted every opportunity to express their gratitude and appreciation and cooperated with the Student Union committee ill the selection of representatives of the fertile and unfertile groups, for the formation of a society to work with the Student Union committee in its work at the University. In addition to the Rabbi's talk, addresses were made to the students by Louis Heiman. chairman of the Student Union committee. Brother Harry Simonhoff, state chairman of the Student Union committee of the State Federation, and J. Aron Abbott, president of Sholem Lodge. I think that this affair should be made an annual one. We are proud of the work of our Student j Union committee and the Student I Union committee of the Ladies Auxiliary. i All tickets for the dinner at Manning's and the Seven Seas boal trip f r the night of April 30th have been soldHundredot applications for additional tickets are being made for the a Those of yon who do have tickets are requested to come early to the dinni [Tien eeches. This is to be entirly a social affair so the month, rs and their friends can be together the entire i veiling. Sholi in Lodge is planning again ts annual Mothers Hay program 0 be held at Temple Israel. Sunday. May 12th. This year, howiver, Sholem Lodge has invited ther Jewish organizations to parieipate. A splendid program has )cen arranged and one which evtryone should attend. There of course will be the usual refreshments. We expect a large audience for Mother's Day. in honor of, and respect to, our Mothers. Recent Improvements at "Y" Increases Membership Rolls The people of Greater Miami will witness the greatest thrill of their communal existence Sunday, May 5th when the Athletic field and Gymnasium, recently con. structed at the "Y" will be formally dedicated with elaborate •ei emonii s. Never since the creation of the so-called 'community spirit." in this area has there been such cal, enthusiasm, earnestness and oy displayed by Jew and Gentile dike when they pass tin builJing and stop in in.ei amazement at he marvelous change that the Y. M. 11. A. has undergone. Evci j member Of the building committee worked incessantly and diligent Ij to make t hi se irnprox u the must outstanding project any organization in the South has ver undertaken. We have the largest outdoor athletic field in this area, a space 70' x 100' wherein basketball. tennis, volleyball will be played. A double wall handball court, shuffle board, and a completely equipped gym. One of the newest features in the binding is a completely equipped kitchen and cafeteria. Besides these improvements, the porch facing r>th Street has been screened, a new entrance has been made on 16th avenue, a new office has been made for the executive director, adjoining the stage and is beautifully decorated with Venetian blinds. Both buildings have been painted and decorated. Presently the grounds are being landscaped. The dedication committee, of which E. Albert Pallot is chairman, has prepared an elaborate program for May 5th. Commencing at 2:(l(l o'clock, the festivities will open with a tennis match Oil our athletic field. This will be fol lowed by a volleyball game, hand ball game, billiard exhibition, shuffle board contest. In short, OUI aim is to show the commui il j "The Y. M. 11. A. in Action." At 7:.'(0 o'clock in the evening, the formal dedication exercises will be heh!. At that time the festivities will commence when Henry Hohauser, an hit % %  t. will turn over the key in the new entrance, to Al Pallot. who will then proceed with the program. Digni. taries <>f the Nation, State, County and City have bei n invite to attend. At the conclusion o ceremonies dancing will follow on our oudoor athletic court. We take this means of inviting you to attend the ceremonies both afternoon and evening ,,., Sunday, May 5th. You,time will be well spent and we urge you to and bring your friends and particularly your children because His is their and your community center. The Drum and Bugle Corps o: he American Legion and the Jewish War Veterans will render mu. sical selections. At this time we want to express our thanks to the members of the building committe who have given of their time, effort and energy to see that these improvclients shall be a pride and joy and honor to the community. They have worked incessantly, continuously, and diligently to make his a big success. Members of the building committee are George Wolpert, chairman; Henry Cabbe, Herman Waitsman, William Shayne, Leo Robinson, E. Albert Pallot, president; Maurice Grossman, executive director; Henry Hohauser, ur chitect, and Harry Schwartz. Members of the dedication comnittee are E. Albert Pallot, general chairman; Lou Safan, Herman Waitsman. Fred Shochet. U>o Robinson, and Harry Schwartz. In connection with the dedication committee, a membership committee has been appointe.l of which Jack Apte is chairman, as isted by Leon Lieberman, Dave Lemelman, Henry Gabbe, Irving Querido, and Jules WilsonY. W. H. A. PASSOVER TEA SUNDAY, APRIL 28TH This Sunday. April 28th, the annual Y. W. H. A. Passover Tea will be held at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms Mrs. Albert G. Reisman, chairman, and her committee consisting of Mrs. Jennie Lev. nson Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Leon Lieberman, and Miss Irene Cohen have worked energetically to n l.e the invited guests among horn are the presidents of every i v omen's Jewish organization in the city feel welcome and comfortable. Entertainment will be provided by Mrs. Herman Lyons. J. A. BERMAN TO TALK ON YOUTH AM) HOBBIES On Thursday evening, May 2nd Mr. Ji.seph A. Herman, vocational guidance director at the Y. M. II. A will hold open discussion on "Youth and Hobbies" which proves to be a favorite subject among the members of the I group. Meeting begins at sharp. Everyone is invited. A business meeting of both Sholem Lodge and tihe Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday, May 14th at the Miami Woman's Club, 1737 North Bayshore Drive. This will be the last meeting before the convention in Roanoke. More about this meeting later. BOY SCOUT DRILL Scout Leader Herman Waitsman and his aides. Captain Andrew Bergida and Stanton Alpert, havi been drilling the Boy Scouts Troop i; for the past month for their exhibition which will be d played at the v M n. A. dedication ceremonies Sunday, May -~>11>. This group is l I,,, commended for its fine work, especially its leaders. Congrats. Abe Aronovitz is in charge of transportation to the convention. Anyone wishing to go as a delegate to the convetkm should imnediately commuicate with Broth%  r Aronovitz so that proper arrangements may be made. Delegate to the convention should imthe next few days, as soon as all those who have indicated their ability to make the trip have done Judge Paul I). Barns, candidate for re-election to the bench of the Circuit and Civil Court, a position which he has occupied for fourteen years, bases his success to equity which he says guarantees every defendant, every plaintiff, whether represented by brilliant or mediocre legal talent fair and impartial hearing. He ait.ibutes his legal erudition to the lawyers of Dade County bar an) his own study of nationwide '•-'gal reror.s.



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^m IPB1L 2fi. 1i"0 THE JEWISH FLORDDIAN PAGE SEVEN SJI CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi—J9> Southwest I8ih Road 1473 Ho e Phone .'-217$ ;£NT CALENDAR ai at ( "• "'•• ... 11 'lay 8:30 evei i evening t U.U „ School. 3:15 to 6:15 p. • %  %  • Iron tn thi mud Torah. !• \sso\ ER I EI.EBR VTION rusalem, for a Synagogue am! Talmud Torah at Yavneh? Do you know that for the Bake of a Synagogue and Torah, Rabbi Akiva, Rabbi Channaniah ben Teredion, Rabbi Shimon ben Gamaliel and many other teachers gave up their lives? They yave their lives for our sake. We ask. ''did it pay?" when we notice how occupied we have become with our business ai ii so neglectful of those matters for whi h our forefathers : their lives. ious allegiance %  : %  the Syn. %  I' \. M %  National Council of Jewish Women The annual meeting of Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women will be held at Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel. Wednesday afternoon, May 1st at 2 o'clock. Election of officers ami Smith. em Interstate Conference Reports will be given. Installation i I' ofwill he held on Friday. May 10th, place t'i be named in next week's is.-lle. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, general chairman of installation. r S i,,,a Sunday 10:00 a. B indaj B 0 It ING'S U S E I) C A R S II. I,. BO i Ml t.MI, FLA. Phone 2-6319 Mitsvah Group, ... m. ,lt History Group. Sunday m rxA lerhood Meeting, third V.ed,y of Month. >l \D\1 SCHOOL SADER SERVICES ^ special Sader was arranged I : %  students of our Sunday last Sunday morning at 10 ,, •, ,,u. The entire service was exi lained and interpreted so that the students were familiar with thw Passover observances. The Sisterhood served Passovei g. An interesting play was he of Mr. T. Sim. i ... : "am. Passoiii this year fal "ii the evening ;' April 22nd, and initiates the night of April 30th. The first two dayare Tuesday and Wednesday. April 23rd and 24th, and the last two days are Monday and Tuesday, April 'J'.'th and 30th. Does that mean anything to you? Do you know that our fathers gave up their political center, Je PASSOVER GREETINGS THE EVANGEL PRESS JUSTIN BARE 261 N. W. rd Street Phone 2-6512 PASSOVER GREETINGS NEHI BOTTLING CO. th and Goodrich Avenue Saraaota, Florida WOLPERT'S FURNITURES BARGAINS! TWo RefuseTopBe UndcrsoI8t v 155 W.Ff^tffr: PHONE 3-4U2 MARSHALL C. WISLHEART Candidate For L E GIS L A T T R E GROUP 2 Honest. Able and Intelligent Representation for Dade County Paid Political Adv.) GRfETINOS FOB HAPP1 PASSOVER M 1 A M I WRECKING CO. N W. 20th STREET SERVING — MIAMI BEACH and MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE S-3431 710 S. W. 12th AVE AMBULANCE SERVICE A SQUARE DEAL FOR DADE COUNTY NORRIS M c [ m LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 Democratic Primary tPaJd Politic*] AT 1 ELECT ROBERT J BOCNE for CIRCUIT JUDGE DADE AND MONROE COUNTIES. FLORIDA Group 4 Democratic Primary May, 1940 Ah. ays the friend of th. people giving time and serrice to help vnth public improvement and establishment of parks, and obtaining reduction of electric rate*. C0UR7Z8Y AND ABILITY Announcing the Opening of Two Suminor Camp* by Rabbi S. Wrubel. Director—for 1940 Season Camp Dellwood Camp French Broad for Jewish Girls for Jewish Boys Waynesville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For Descriptive Booklel and Further Information, Write: RABBI S. W RUB EL BREVARD. NORTH CAROLINA HENRY L OPPENBORH YOUR J T S T I C E 0 P T 11 E P E A C E RE-ELECT HIM MAY 7 th Learned, Courteous and Efficient il'aid Political A.U i AS USUAL M W'S DELICATESSEN 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET Will supplv your ev*ry Pa-scvcr want! Manischewits SorovSS^rSreten, London and Strcifs Matsos. Matzo Menl and Ncodles, Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Prunes, Nuts of ell Kinds, Spices, Vinegar, Etc. KOSHER PASSOVER WINE PASSOVER GREETINGS NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 421 COLLTN3 A VENUS MIAMI BEACH INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERM! Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President 11 II



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f PAGE SIX THE JEWISH FLORIDIAH APRIL 26. 1010 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avs*ue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi C2& Michlcan Avaou* %  I'll..I.r -lJ28 MAURICE MAMCHES. Canter 945 Kuolld Avenue Phon* 1.-2015 HOLIDAY SERVICES Saggalh: Services will be held Friday evening at :15 F. M., Saturday morning at 7 and 9 A. M-; Saturday afternoon at 6:30 P. M. Shalosh S'oodoss at 6:45 F. M., and Maariv at 7:15 P. M. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak at Shalosh S'oodoss. Last days of the Holiday: Monday and Tuesday evenings at 6:30 P. M... Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 7 and It A. M. SERMONS Tuesday morning Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "Death at Sea." Wednesday morning he will speak on •"Seeking a New World.' Memorial services will tte held Wednesday morning during the first service at the Talmud Torah building, and at 10:00 A. M. at both the new and old buildings during the second services. Cantor Mamches will chant the services. CHILDREN AT SERVICES We urge parents to bring their children to all Passover synagogue services. Even, child who will bring a note signed by our rabbi (to be "obtained at the office) will be excused officially from absence at public school on those days. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Classes will be held as usual Sunday morning, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Children must attend. PASSOVER IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Matzos.'ivegetables and Passover milk wll be offered for sale at public school cafeterias for Jewish children during the week of Fassover. A Passover talk was delivered before the assembly of the South Beach School Friday morning on the invitation of the principal by our Rabbi illustrated with Fassover melodies sung by our cantor. II ABA NOT It A special Passover meeting of the Habanoth was held at the home of the Rabbi Thursday niglit. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mescheloff. A holiday program followed the short meeting. Many of the girls have already taken the honor service pledge <;f the Habanoth, and are pre] aring to earn their letters. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Anton Skislewicz ARCHITECT 605 Lincoln Road Miami Beach OSCEOLA MARKET GEORGE JACOB, Prop. Quality Western Meats and Fmmej Groceries WE DELIVER 2211 S. W. 17th Arena* — PASSOVER GREETINGS — MOUSLEY'S Service Station 102 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-40T MODEL SEDER A very large attendance marked the third model seder of our Religious School held this morning. Tables were filled with children. The assembly crowded with adults who witnessed one of the most beautiful programs eve]presented in our community. Our appreciation goes to Can tor Maurice Mamches and Miss Sonia Shpall for the instruction, and to the Sisterhood through the hard-working president. Mrs. B. II. London, for the refreshments. Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld Our Donor's Dinner this past Sunday night was a large success. The dinner was unusuallygood and we are all familiar with the fine music at the Carrousel. Murray Grossman, husband of our past president, Ann Urossman. was an able master of ceremonies. In this capacity he said several things which certainly deserve mention. We are passing them on to you who could not attend. 'Often in today's newspapers we see mentioned the fifth column as employed by dictators in modern warfare. In addition to the four columns, which might be termed war, hate, greed and intolerance, we are presented with a fifth. Or [the undermining of the moral of 'a people to prepare the way for military agression of the weaker by the stronger. Arrayed against the five insidious dictator columns, Junior Hadassah has these projects: Jewish National Fund, Nurses Training School, Children's Village and Farm Project. These are existing and being carried on in concrete form in Palestine. I wish now to propose Junior Hadassah a fifth column. A column composed of the younger generation who by their conduct and watchfulness against malicious propaganda safeguard the integrity of our people and keep US secure in our citizenship rights and privileges." Thank you. Murray, for a timely and important suggestion. It certainly should be taken note of not only bjl Junior Hadassah mem. hers but by each and ever) American interested in preserving that for which the founders of Uhjg great nation struggled. We hope that everyone will realize the importance of the responsibility that rests on all of us. The preservation of American ideals of liberty. equality and freedom. Let us keep war, hate, greed and intolerance outside our borders. Morris Wroobel was the winner of the radio awarded by us. We hope you have a lot of pleasure from it. The next regular meeting will be held Monday evening. May 6th at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Flans will be completed f >r the annual May Day Dance which will be held May 19th at the Wofford Hotel. Candidates entered for the May Queen contest include Bornice Miller, representing Iota Chi; Ethel Mintzer, Tri Beta Sorority; Evelyn Keene, Y. M. 11 A.; Josephine Raxin, Junior Council; Lillian Peretzman. Beth David; Selma Whitcup. Business and Professional Group of Hadassah. and Hortense Beckwitt, B'nai B'rith Auxiliary. Good luck, girls. Passover Wishes to All OUT Friends and Patrons RIPTIDE CLUB 223 23rd St. Phone 5-9837 Steve Folsom Harris Leveson REV. J. MALEK Experienced MOH EL PHONE 2-0*28 Mt N. W \Hk AT*. PASSOVER GREETINGS Mr. and Mr. Julius DAMENSTEIN ana Daughter of the DAMENSTEIN S JEWELRY CO. 10 West Flagler Street PASSOVER GREETINGS (Little River Garage 8272 N. E. 2nd AVE. RE-ELECT GEORGE E. HOLT REPRESENTATIVE in the Legislature GROUP ONE He has served you faithfully and well SEND HIM BACK (Paid Political Adv.) DAN GHAPPELL STATE SENATOR Help Both Yourself and Dade County (Paid Political Adv.) GREETINGS RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO. 7 Passenger Sedans Sightseeing Bus BAGGAGE CHECKED TO DESTINATION 44 S. W. Third Street Miami Phone 3-3131 Miami Beach Phon-> 5-3497 PASSOVER GREETINGS LECHICH FLORISTS 200 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-6494 Miami Beach 528 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6707 Service hy Two Sisters a: d a Brother • SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FRED ROWLAND, Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building ROSGOE BRUN5TETTE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 Democratic Primary, May 7, 1940 Ability — Experience Judicial Temperament Your Vote and Support Appreciated (Paid Political Advertisement) RE-ELECT TOM WOOD CONSTABLE District No. 2 EXPERIENCED ErricniT COURTEOUS "One Good Term Merits Another" tl'ald Politic*! Adv > ELECT E. T CIRCUIT JUDGE Group Three ,"A Free and Un.Trammelled Judiciary" Born in Gibson County, Tennessee. Graduate of University of Tennessee. Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen year*. Practiced law in Miami fifteen years. President Dade County Bar Association 1939. Member, Florida State and American Bar Association. Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for five years. Member, Coral Gables Post No. 98, American legion. His Only Campaign Promise is a Fair, Honest and Courageous Administration of Justice (Paid Political Advertisement)



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r PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN APRIL 26. iftio TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. lth itreet Office Phone 2-774* RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN U( Indian Craak DrlTa—-U6 H8 N. K. llat St.—M MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Elthar or both of tha Rabbla will b* In tha Teraula avary mornln*. You may eonaxi'.i with them on matter* coacarnlag the Jawli conaaaa%  ttr. or your pai tonal problem*. Tou will be nssurort ayraaatkatla hearinc and advlca, and. needlaaa to aay. each matter will be h*M la atrlet conflaenoa. POLITICAL BRIEFS CONGREGATIONAL "Victory in Defeat." will be given "Do not withdraw thyself from by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services conducted by Dr. Jacob the congregation."—Hillel. PASSOVER SEVICES Friday evening. April 26th. 8:15 o'clock the sermon, 'Passover: Israel's Tribute to Freedom" will be delivered by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services conducted by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Sunday morning*, April 27th. 11 o'clock, the interpretation of Biblical portion will be given by Dr Jacob H. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. ZwitH. Kaplan. IN MEMORIAH May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among usAt the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Clara Mich elson. mother of Mrs. Sidney A Wien; Harriet s. Matthews, sister of Mis. M. I.. Marcus Yahrzeits: Hyman N. Levy, Friends of Robert J. Boone, candidate for Circuit Judge of Da.le and Monroe Counties. Group 4, in the May 7 Primary point out that he has given generously of his time and money in bringing about numerous advantages to citizens of Miami during the] 5 years in which he has practiced law in this city. As chairman of the board of the Public Utility Protective League Mr. Boone had a large part in saving Miamians (4,000,000 which was refunded to them from the power and light company. As president of the Miami Municipal Utilities Association. an organization of about 6,000 citizens, he is working for still lower electric and water rates. MrBoone received his entire education and law training in Flo rida ami is a lifelong Democrat. He was admitted to the Florida bar in 1807 and to practice in the United States Supreme Court in 1911. If elected judge, he says ] is court will always be held open to the public and no cases will be tried in the privacy of his own home during the midnight hours. ested in Walter Fraser's business plan for the state are invited to attendOnly gubernatorial candidate sponsoring a $3 auto tag. Fraser will! be greeted upon his arrival here Monday morning by a motorado of his Miami neighbors and conducted to the Flagler street headquarters on the mezzanine iloor of the Langford building. Fe will be accompanied by Mrs. Fraser and will detail his plans or a business administration that Ji" declares will slice at leas: J Ml.000.000 from the present annual cost of administering the tate's affairs. Ernest R. Graham, candidate for re-election as State Senat r, i 'has during his administration eliminated poll taxes, put no new state taxes on Hade, ad valorem tax on real estate removed, and subject to November ratification by the public Senator Graham believes he is entitled to another term due to his experience and his past record. FT. PIERCE man with participation of Confirhusband of Mrs. Bertha B. Levy; j niation Class. Mania Lasky, mother of Mrs Nat Closing Passover services will Roth; Hirsch Sadowsky, husband be held Sunday evening. April 28. 8:16 P. M. The sermon. "Have You No Passover Questions.' will be delivered by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Memorial service will be held Monday morning. April 29, 11:00 o'clock. The memorial sermon. of Mrs. Golia Sadowsky and father of Dr. B. II. Sadowsky; Babette Wertheimer, mother of Mrs. A. Wertheimer. The floral offerings last week were given in memory of Minnie Mendelson, Abraham Feldman, Harriet Matthews and Marcus L. Brock. Governor candidate Walter Fraser will hold open house at the ocal campaign headquarters, lls Fast Flagler. from Id a. in. to noon Monday, according to an announcement made today by Nei! Hayes, chairman of the Miami Neighbors of Walter Fraser Club. All persons in 1 >ade countei I HEARTILY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY OF DAN CHAPPELL FOR STATE SENATOR MAX M SINGES. "LET'S HAVE HOME RULE" Headquarters at 741 5th Street, Miami Be&eh (Paid Political AdT.i There is No Substitute for PERFORMANCE RE-ELECT ERNEST R. GRAHAM Your STATE SENATOR Vilv.l SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS O'Quinn Motor Co. DODGE — PLYMOUTH DODGE TRUCKS 720 FOURTH St. Phone J4 FT. PIERCE, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS Sunrise Motor Co., Inc. S. Dixie Hwy. Ph. 190 FT. PIERCE, FLA. J PASSOVER GREETINGS j STRICKLAND'S PHARMACY { 139 N. 2nd St Ph. 83 I FT. PIERCE. FLA. "No South Florida candidate In the history of Florida has ever received such enthusiastic welcomes in north and west Florida as has been accorded B. F. Paty. I Southeast Florida's lone Candidate for governor, in his recent swing through those area.-." Frank O. Pruitt, local Paty campaign manager, stated yesterday as arrangements were being made for the return to Dade county of the West Palm Beach candidate today (Friday) when he is sch uled to speak in Bayfront | .. A at eight o'clock tonight. ••Reports from reliable so reaching this area and com by like Veports reaching ; headquarters in West Palm Be indicate that a very definite bat ,| wagon movement has already i gun whi Park, Miami Beach, Tue night. April 30th. FT. PIERCE SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS St. Lucie Ice Co. 218 Avenue B. Phone 475 FT. PIERCE. FLA. 11 IS A PLEASURE'TO EXTEND THE HAM) OP FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD "WILL TO ALL ..... TO MY MANY FRIRNDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER S. A. RYAN FILER Candidate COUNTY COMMISSIONER District JTo. 2 Knows Ail The Needs of His District Subject to Democratic Primary, Maj, 1940 Will Appreciate Ti ur s jppdVt (Paid Political Aiir I F 0 R TO OUR FRIENDS. PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES I A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Blue Bowl Cake and Pastry Shop 1411 S. W. 17th Avenue Phone 2-1819 i DECENCY'S j SAKE ELECT WILLIAM HARD IE %  SINCERE • PASSOVER GREETINGS I JOHNNY'S Gulf Service O.ii.sewiy Drive Ph. 9'1~ FT. PIERCE. FLA SINCERC PASSOVER GREETINGS S I S C O s AUTO PARTS i AS DADE'S i S II E R I F FF | PASSOVER GREETINGS Paul's Cleaners & Laundry l j S. Dixie Hwy. Phone 129 I FT. PIERCE. FLA. Edwin P. Dennison Ora Spenrer Burney 203 Depot Ave. Ph. 678 FT. PIERCE. FLA. Ill I I PASSOVER GREETINGS Sunrise Lumber I & Supply Co. j • Third Street Phone 36; j FT. PIERCE. FLA. P by l-'i le d • • i I SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS AMERICAN OIL CO. 403 Boston Avo. j PASSOVER GREETINGS | I I ROBERT L. I I "BOB" GRIFFIN [ I CANDIDATE FOR • SHERIFF HT. LUCIE COUNTY I Paid Political Ad\ I PASSOVER GREETINGS IDLE HOUR BAR I i ^ ooston Ave. Phone 105 j FT PIERCE. FLA. 211 Orange Ave. Phone 40 FORT PIERCE, FLA. A HAPPY PASSOVER OPEN ALL SUMMER Authentic CHINESE DINNER 85c D ae Boulevard at Waat Avenue Cocktailt from .25c CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD MIAMI BEACH


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••. 5? wJewiislh Floiridliai m w COINING YltlG JhBWli3Hl HJttlB^f VuiiUiuii Id — No. 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 26, 1940 t'Kn.r, in l.f,M> I M H. A. DEDICAT CEREMONIES SET FOR 115 B'Nai B'Rith Student Sedar Is Brilliant Success •; e Young Men's Hebrew Association has announced plans for a gigantic celebration of the formal dedication of their new Athletic Field and improvements to their building which is expected to attract more than two thousand people. The building committee has been working day and night so that everything will be in readifor Sunday, May ">th. the date (if the affair, beginning at 230 I'. M. and end with a gala starting ah IUI I" P. M. More than $5000 is being spent on tin' premises providing the %  t outdoor athletic fiel 1 in this area covering a space of 70 fi | by 100 feet. Sports of all will lie made available. In addition a fully equipped gym and completely equipped kitchen and ria ale ie.w being finished. 'I he entrance of the building has moved now facing on I'i.h no. dedication committee of E. Albert Pallot is chair, has prepared an elaborate i ding a broadcast, announced in next 1 Palestine Land Sale 1'ermitted m (WNS-P'alcor Agency) A general order by High : ssioner Sir Harold MacMichael permitting the sale to Jews of certain lands within the oiv declared prohibited to them in the text of the Government's proclamation of land restrictions las lee>: published in the official Palestine Gazette, This new order is believed to have been motivatd by the I'a.t that the areas involved are c ntigUOUS to territories already settled by the Yishuv. 1'he Jewish areas in which the new order will permit land transfers fall under the category of Zoi e A. which was designated in the regulations as the one in Which "the transfer of land to a %  other than a Palestinian Aral) will be prohibited save in exceptional cases for which special provision i s made in the regulations.' Tin' special provision re1 %  is that of the concluding %  ;!• h, which explains that 'he High Commissioner is em* 'wer .i at his discretion to sanction retrospectively any transfer 1 '•'•' I in Zone A of 1! wb h be unlawful under the of the regulati ns. providthe application for the il ion of Buch transfer was I in the Land Registry p e date of their publication" I 'le areas designated in this I order include the Ian I ad1 • i io Nahai in. ilanita, Y Hamaala, Kfar Hahon -b. Nahalal, •i aubdist ricl. "> parts „f the Haifa subdistrict, Hartuv, Kiriath Anavim, Motza. Ataroth. Mikveh Israel. Ben Shemen, Kfar Uria and the vicinity of Petach Tikvah. Agitators Used To Provoke Riots Amsterdam (WNS) — Disturbed by the fact that Poles and .lews are clinging together in their fight for life against the Nazi invaders, officials of Nazi-occupied Poland aie importing PolishBpeaking German agitators to provoke the Toll's against the Jews, it was reliably Beported here. The combination of the Na-.i regime and an unusually severe broui i'i iiid. si ribable i rivntions and mis i y to both Pole a.1 Jew and has resulted in feeling of kinship which the Nazi are determined t i d slroy. Posing a • l 'oli h patri >t-. Gei man agents h i\e been sent in groups to Warsaw and other cities in Nazi-held Poland to disrupt the peace that exists between the two pe | |es. The Nazis have found, it was said here, a successful pretext in the distribution of American relief. United States-financed relief i ited equally to Poles and Jev i wi hout any discrimination II racial or religious grounds. Nazi ae ill are inciting hungry Poles io riot by informing them that tin' Jews ar' being given tile bulk of the relic f supplies. As a result of this intensive agitation Jc' ll I 'i>s and homes tided and looti o %  ['ojisli yi 't hs i reets, I 1 as learned here that i he Jen i ganized one day to heat off tin' hoodlums. Gestapo Ogent immediately stepped in and arresled more than 40 of the who were made to stand for hours, faces to wall and anus over head under threat of wholesale execution. I lish circles here believe that the Nazis are filming the antiJewish riots, taking great pains to note that uniformed Nazis are protecting the helpless Jews from the Poles, and will use the films as anti-Polish propaganda in neutral countries in an attempt to place the blame for the persecution of Jews in Poland on th" P les. Nazi officials have announced severe penalties for Jews who appear on the streets without their while and blue armbands. It was reported also that every Jew in Poland, when meeting a full-blooded "Aryan." must preface his convenation by announcing: "I am a Jew." Scores Injured In Pogrom i Polish Relief Bill Expected in House Early Next Month Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith wen tosts to more than \'2'< students if the University of Miami last Tuesday evening on the si light of Passover when a strict!} kosher catered Sader with tub ceremony was conducted by Rabbis Max Shapiro and Colman A. Zwitman. The service started a Seven and lasted past 111'.oil when the students were returned to the University from the Beth David Talmud Torab where the affair was held. The seder, the first of its kind,'late." The bill, introduced by Repwas given as one of the activities ,. _.,...,•.,..,. ];,.., j s n0 w under ConFEDERATION ELECTS DIRECTORS AT ANNUAL MEETING | With Stanley C. Myers presiding, The Greater Miami Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds held their annual membership meeting last Wednesday evening Washil gton (WNS) The Sl-V at the McAllister Hotel, where a 000,000 Polish relief bill was exgathering of more than two bun pected i" come up on the floor of jdred heard reports of tflie activthe House early in May in an effort to speed relief to that d iwnI trodden country ''before it is too I, -adoration tee. Earlier, the Committee had pproval on by the Rules CommitFore ign Affairs ity of the organization for the pa t year, and elected fifty-five Dire,-ins to manage the Federation for t'ne coming year. Comprehensive reports were beard [from Stanley ('. Myers, president of the Federation; Baron de Hirseh Meyi r. campaign chairman. Beulah Godwin, executive secre ary, placed itstamp .and a treasurer's report from if the Student Union committee leaded by Louis lleiman. en I he students to observe the which opportunity they otherwise' would not have had if it had not been for B'nai B'rith. Natalii Fi nk, a st udent. Afikomen daring he si li asked as her wish that B'nai B'rith become even more actve tit the I • % %  y nu ii needed void. During the course of i %  ning J. Aroi \ re ident of the local lodge, replied. -' that "It is the intention of '.' %  B B'rith to take a li ading part Jewish vouth work and 1 of the Sm.Ua. picture of Jewish Communal vou of our c leration d %  t >" Miami ""'" ""' early daj the formation of a strong re i repi 'sentative and Pie first A i,the present was given, ai sentative Jewish cultural organiican to receive pel • I itaking part included Isidi Co,, v ;;; .; : us Scheinberg, £ 1.-" out of 12,000,000 I :. %  %  several amendments were made.', in. luding a i iw ision which v ili permit the United Stateto send %  ed areas." A though House I %  the bill will !> passed in the lower house, there is lerable doubt whether the j bill, in i pi n1 form, will me Sam B'ank by | roxy. Mote than 95,000 was pledged in the hist campaign and parti, ipating agencies have all received more than half of '.heir men is. A report fi >m Mrs. Monte lig, who with other r pn set I atives attended the Southe I ference of Welfare Agencies heard. A program presenting B WO d zatimi at the B'nai B'rith Seder service University of 5 an annui 1 e\ ei id id ,,. ; s Rose. Fred K. Shochet ;. ; Pallot and Mi s Vi ra Mi E. be looked rememben forwa d." d b !" %  p Gel are fa ii g • Strictly Conficmtial TIDBITS FROM EVER^ WHERE (BY PKDOUJ J WPCN) The newly < hosen dire : will elect officers tit tIn ii meeting are: Jack Abbott, I eo Ackerman. R. R. A.l.er. M Alpert, D. J. Apto, Abe Ai vitz. Matthew S. Handler.. 1 Berkowitz, Sam Blank, Benjan in Bronston, George Chertkof, Isidor Cohen. Dr Frank Corel. Mrs. MaN Dobrin, Leo Eisenstein, Leon Elkin, Irving Frankel, Edward Friedman, Leo Gerngross, Pol Goidstrom, I Ir. Morris Coo Maurice Grossman, M J. Kopelowitz, Harry Koretsky. Is tac I vin. Benjamin LeVine, J. Gen d Lewis. Marcie Liberman, Joseph Lipton, Sam Luby, Harry Mark' witz, Baron de Hirseh Meyer, eminent, with ijhurchill rep'aring ( hamlicrlain. win come iue mis • • ith or early in May .... What with the war and all. and Fritz Kuhn Stanley ( Myers, Mrs. Stanley < in jail, the Nazi bund is in such a had way that Hitler has sent over a Myers, Max ( rov.tr.. -.. Albert Pallot, I.00 Robinson. Joseph M. Rose, B. F. Sehoenberg. Ms -business relations'— they say Meyer Schwartz, Emil Schwa.zHans Thomsen of the German embaupt, Monte 4 Shayne, Jake Sher, Frei ... Shochet, Harry Simonhoff, Sam Simonhoff. Ben SI t<\ K. Mrs. Elrj London (WNS) At least 12 Jews were* killed and scores were injured in a bloody two nnii in Warsaw, it reported here. Members of the violent y anti-Semitic Endek party, led by Import I Nazi a ed down the i v i nd at eked Jewish man and won c %  '' find. During the evi ning Ji • : hoi a were ri Nazi police, standing by, ri to arrest or restrain the hoodIt LEND US YOUR EARS Washington insiders insist that the next German government will be a monarchy with Prince Philip von Hesse as its titular head and Her' man Cm-ring the actual boss ... It sounds like a slight improve, it on the present set-up but what we'd like to know is when the change will come .... The same sources claim that the change in the British government, with ijhurchill replacing Chamberlain, will come late thb igon the Nazi bund is in such a had way that Hitler lias sent over a special representative to reorganize it. the storv goes .... He's that German trade expert. West rick, by name, who officially >s here to improve German-American relations .... Pity poor (jharge d'Affairei bassy at Washington .... In recent monthhe had onl) one rca K ood friend In the capital .... Notice the pasl tense: that fr-r 1 the Norwegian minister Winchell h;-s discovered that the technical supervisor of "The Fighting Nth." the film in which the character of Stone, A V Ungar Father Duffy makes such an eloquent plea for tolerance among the >. s. w. iskopf, faiths, has a son among the "Christian Fronted" on trial in Brooklyn 1 %  ,l this writing .... The reason why that C-rmar born "C-n i n Fronter" hanged himself, they whisper, is because he was .fold that b. Kaplan Rabin Zw.tn.ai if he ever came on the witness stand the prosecutor would drav fr m Kel i r, I him enough of the storv of the Nazi conspiracy in ^mcri a to put the Shapiro. authorities on the qui vlve ... • Actuallv. I • b. tnc ,.„, rnmenl authorities or the Latin-Amencan count !" that Hitler has long been plan phi re ... Some of our Southern ion to thwart Nazi-Inspired coups d'et t ND THAT •; thre --1 Won t storm i blowi have %  %  slized that the times Bre I %  i us lor any domestic Federation's name and thi ision • When the ZO V convention will open at Pittsburgl in!) tion of a Jewish Community C He also urged the raisii if religions Jewish edtions who have been pooh-poohing the idea of .Near Kastern warlare ucation in the community. and neglecting to take it" the plan or Adam (Palestine shipping) Rose the subsidy, if necessary, under (Continued on Page 9) .proper supervision. in th V %  tghbor have, ii Henry D \V I olfson. Honorary members include RabK .-Ian. Rabbi Zwitmai ellr.er, Rabbi Mcscheloff, Rabbi hapiro. The I v ,ion. port il were rec< ived, tl ion of tihe i I id harmony will be witnessed by Dr. Chaim Weizra inn, wh i I til. He also > (here attending the r !* % < • • %  • Note to the Zionist oiganizastandards of .:'. ., K, I,,,,' heen nooh-DOohblS the idea of Near Eastern warfare ucation in i f



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APRIL 26, 1940 THE JKWI8H FLOaXPLUI POLITICAL BRIEFS Bob er.Ror, candidate for re,., as constable 8rd Diatrtet Beach County, bases hia ,,„ on a continuation of a teoua im .l conscientious adtration. Mr. Engor believes with the practical experience .,: by actual work as Con,,,this district that he is I Jeach County and feels that tho are citizenship and a square deal Legislature. Because of his devoexperience gained by him will j or the teaching fraternity upon ion to the interests of the people, make him more valuable to the which this so largely depends. his knowledge and experience, and 1,,.,ml., of this fniintu in tho lQ.dl l.is record while in office he asks people of this County in the 1941 ess ion. During his term he suc:eeded in passing a number of Candidate for re-election Sheriff j. ('. Coleman came to Miami %  ecoco iri passing H nuniuui 01 j j, i_. \ oienian came IU tniaiui icts important to the progress of rom Georgia in 1919 and resided he county and State as well as I iere since. He has been sheriff ictively supporting other worthfor almost seven years and undei vhile measures. lie has been a his record while in office he asks he support of all voters for relection. j l'aty. 46 years old, of p 0 ln, Beach, is the only ,,.i coast candidate in the or governor. His friends im a plain spoken, hoi re man with a v for all the pe .pie. esident of Palm Beach County i nade 71,858 services of civil paor fourteen years and is at presHIS, booked 26,731 persons in the en) attorney for the town of Belle (ounty Jail, both as County and Glade. He is also active in local J'ederal prisoners his civil departand communal affairs. ) ,ent handles the service of 500 to ( in legal papers monthly, and the Geo. <>. Butler, candidate for criminal department has booked re-election as Clerk Circuit Court, <',.:;'.i| persons, He became chiel Palm Beach County, bases hi~ redeputy to Sheriff V. P. Lehman in ord of experience, efficiency and J'J29, %  in 1981 to accept *.! %  ,, .1...*.., >.t .... I i..i. .,1* ll.i. I .;... .. ...,.., DinnBrs ,,1 1,1' 1,1 Hayes Wood, candidate for tele, lion to the office of Dade l,s leadership his deputies have (ounty Tax Collector, was elected o office in 1936, and believes that he has fulfilled every pre-election iromise made. During his adninistration he made poll tax eceipts available with registraion books; place auto tax deputes in outlying communities for convenience; kept tag ofPAGE ELEVEN expense of the public. He is an dvocator of sports and fair play .nd was one of the sponsors of he Orange Bowl. Tom Wood, candidate for refection for Constable for the Sec md District has been a resident ,1' Miami for eighteen years durng which he has been a law enorcement officer in Dade County or fourteen years. He was elect>d constable in 1936 previously being assistant to Constable Charles Dillon for four years Mr. Wood believes that during his term in office he has c Operated fully with all law enforcement ^3 qualified than ever before the people and if rew-ill continue as in the D ::,. k of B 1c i %  of Ri Palm Ulblic convenience-, nvjik —o -• ice open Saturday afternoons and agencies in Dade County and was .ights during the rush periods.) he first constable in the history i imical administration of the ;, missioned offer of urn,,, over to the County Comof 1the State of J^ h !" .ffairs „f the office as necessary h „ v,i„,„i City Mangership; and nissi r s $74, I ,n excess ,,.,. turned m' • %  .th ratifications for re-election. Has „ 19.13 s heriM and innovated a tune sav.ng and sunt been active in civic and communal ,',,!., I in 1936. During his term plified tax receipting system afairs, ha en county rarhe was ii rumental in the estabhas used courteous but firm m, eyor ; : the Highway patrol, d in collecting delinquent Deputy Surveyor of of 0 %  %  dollars to He belie that 1 y cmtreasury and the deI !1 % %  Loyal Order of Mo se, an officer and director of the Young DemoClub and a in, MI, r of variiiother fraternaj and civic organizations. • | ivery of e of I'alm '<' %  w h County, p. r. He is mks t All My Friends (.-, r '.),..; %  Si ppftrl rsoN SPROUL TAX COLLECTOR I'alm Beach County %  HS Mem Precin ( n of Da, .%  i and I, i o Palm j ounty. %  and business%  i, i; E BT INGS JUDGE JOHN L. MOORE Judge of the Criminal Court Bi N rth : he organiz, vi, Ba %  ,. joined the M.am, Lead, MIAMI POLITICAL BRIEFS RE-ELECT LB. PORT COMMISSIONER for PORT OF PALM BEACH Group No. 1 Sub District No. 2 (Paid Political Adv.) His Record of Service Is His Platform Clyde A. Allen, a candidate for the Board of Public Instruction from the 4th District. Dade County, is a lawyer with offices in C iral Gables. He began the practice of law at Macon, Georgia, in 1919, coming to Miami in 1929. Mr. Allen is president of the Commanders' Council of Dade (ounty and until recently was Commander of the South Miami Post, the American Legion; is a Member of the South Miami and ( oral Cables chambers of Commerce, Lions Club of (oral Gables, Guard of Honor of Dade County. end the to and 8 and the Knights E Pythian societiesMr. Allen advocates progresslive, efficient and economical administration of public offices, ivil service regulation under the merit system for full time public employees, with emphasis oil maintenance and development of educational facilities for our fu,,•< ,ii i t twenty three y ; ,. [30 N. E. 50th Terrace was appointed in 1926 as ustice of the Peace. He is adt 0 pra lice he!",.re all the ourts of the State. During his j Iministration he has handled j 780 civil cases and approximalev 4,500 criminal cases. His only campaign promise is a continued dive interest in behalf of hunanity and a fair, honorable and courageous administration of Justice in every cause that comes to ,ia attention. He is an active member of many fraternal and ervice organizations. John J. Lindsey, member of the iromoted to sergeant, detective int and on several occasions served as acting chief of p, lice. He is a member of the Miami Beach Elks, the Miami Beach] American Legion, Veterans of i foreign Wars. Miami Beach Busi| lessmen'S Association and the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of 'ommerce. Candidate tor state Legislature Sroup No. One. Norris McElya, a ife long Dem icrat, has practiced law in Miami for twenty one years, coming to Florida in 1902, and has also ben a home owner for twenty years. He believes that the only platform that is honE LE C T JOHN I. LEONARD (minty Superintendent Hoard of Public Instruction For the County of Palm Beach West Palm Beach, Florida Adv.) WITH GRATITUDE FOR TDK NOMINATION TO THE OFFICE OF COUNT'S JUDGE John J. Lindsey, member ot tne ^ ^^.j^,,^ an( democratic legislature in Croup Z, is a can, t'idate for re-election to the office s to get what the people wanl (Mdate ,-,„. selection to the ol.ue ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ which he lia^ bed for_the past ^^ v cioua acta amghl io 1K en fmr yars. While in the Legisfa m gpecia inter lature he was active ... legislation ^ ^..^ politiciang Ml to protect the interests of Dade ^ ^ ^.^ ^ g County and is known as one of the R gentative sll „„, ( | lls „ hia p ifluential members of B .. ^ ta punigh Mg pol|tical ,.,„,. mies or reward his friends at the \ Richard P. Robbinsj "By His Record You Know Him" VOTE FOR W. C. (Bill) riiliJLhi Candidate for the Office of COMMISSIONER Port of Palm Beach Sub-District 2 — Group 2 I Pledge a Courteous and Efficient Administration of the Office (l\.iil l'.ilnic.il A.lv.i HERBERT D. BECK Respectfully Solicits Your Support for Re-Election as Representative (Group 2) Subject to Democratic Primary Hay T, 1940 iPald Political A-lv-) RE-ELECT J. M. LEE Candidate for COMPTROLLER Your Support Will Be Appreciated (Paid Political Adv.) I thank all my £>'oo(l friends for t h e confidence s h o w n m e, i 11 electing me as vour co in misf i s I o n e r. J.B. A man who has served Florida as Governor for four years, knows what the State needs for its continued growth and development^— COY. FRED P. CONE FOR U. S. SENATOR 'The People's Friend' (raid Political Adv.) John R. Beacham STATE SENATOR 35TH SENATORIAL DISTRICT Comprising Palm Beach and Broward Counties "A Man of Proven Ability" President Elect of 1941 State Senate Subject to Democratic Primary May 7, 1040 (raid Political Adv.) V r



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f PAGE TWELVE THE JBWISH TLOMDIAN APRIL 2fi West Palm Beach Notes Recently appointed as school teachers for the coming term are Mrs. Ruth Goodmark and Miss Adeline Goldstein. Mr. and MrsA. Levin of 822 34th St., has as their guest for Passover seder Mrs. S. Kolsby, sister of Mrs. Levin of Miami, two nieces and Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. Guest of MrsMary Schrebnick at the first seder were Mrs. Gais of Lake Worth and Mrs. Cclia Waldman. spiritual leader, conducted services. In honor of Passover Temple Beth El held a social gathering I in the Joseph Seller Memorial Hall Fred P. Cone, at present Governor of the State of Florida, is a candidate for United States Senator. Governor Cone is a native Floridian and believes that free government consists in recognizing Mrs. Celia Waldman will leave for her home in Chicago after a visit of several months in Palm Beach. Elmore Cohen of Oth Street returned recently from a meeting of the Florida Bar Association at Jacksonville, where he was a delegate from the Palm Beach County Bar Association. public office as a public trUBt, Wednesday evening. Hostesses l hone8t ] y and faithfully adminiswere Mrs. Joseph Spitzer, Mrs. L m ,_ and not fol the benefit of Abe Levine and Mrs. Frank Barl the { ew but fol t(u general W elJas. M. Owens, Jr., County Tax of West Palm Beach and AweBBor, atialified for re-election aa Mayor of West Palm Beach.''* for this office, and due to the fact that'he has no opponents, is | Tracy Savage, forty year inimously returned to the office dent of Palm Beach Coui lidate for the office of l which he has conducted with courteous and kind treatment to evector subject to the l Col. om >ng |, rl eryone and with the full realizaniaries, has been an active lion that the people of the county an d communal worker, bein who elect him are the boss and member of the American i-1 er. Regular Passover sen-ices I are of a „ vraie Governor Cone that he is always working for and other organizations. H.T," were held with Rabbi Manuel has performed BU his promisea, their intereata. Rabbi Greenstein will preach. Mr. Joe Schrebnick, son of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick of 414 Eighth St., arrived home Sunday from candidacy for re-election as Su| a tion and was author of the Ju'pervisor of Registration. He ha^icial Re-circuiting Hill and othbeen a lifetime Democrat, a rosit .|. s He has always been active dent of Palm Beach County for 38 j„ | a bor legislation and was one years, a charter membei of \\ P ,,,three members i d of thirtyB. Carpenter's Union, a member eight in the Senate who was given of Townsend Club, and a charter l an excellent rating by the Am. ri'member and senior deacon of the can federation of Labor in their L R. Bishop, cadidate for re*' ir8t Rl >" isI Church of West annua] ,.,.,„„., after the 1938 POLITICAL BRIEFS and a'!. ieves that he is thoroughly Greenstein officiating assisted by aml wiu contmue „, perform alii J e tent for th office he sc< Messrs. Glasser, Kapner and promisoa in hia p i at form if elect-1 Senator John R. Beacham, canpromisea full coope ration ross ed as Senator. Governor Cone [didate for re-election to the State ieeis that due to his excellent re.s.na.e. was elected in 11(32 and A seder for the children will be ord ils Governor of the State, he haa Berve d ever since. Senator held Friday evenig. April 26, at is entitled to represent the people Beacham is president-designate ol the Temple, at 8:15 P. MPrayof Florida as their Senator. ,,„. liM | Senat. and during his en are also scheduled for SaturI Ifour terms in the Senate sponday morning at 9 A. M., Tuesday I At the suggestion of ins many 80re( j ma ny important measures, memorial services at 10 A. M. friends, J. L Grier announces his helped pass much important legiselection for a third term as port! Pa,m Beath "'' feels that th< Commissioner of Palm Beach Group l. has been a member of the inlet board for numerous Los Angeles. California, after an years. Mr. Bishop believes that absence of four years. Beth Israel Tenyile ushered in their annual seder Monday evening at Laubers Palm Beach with moro than fifty persons present. Dr. Carl N. Herman. his experience gained during his administration qualifies him for this position again, and if re-elected Will continue to run his office with the same efficiency as in the past. capable and courteous Senator II. a. ham has services S( .,. V( (i ,],, %  ,.,. years as vice Mayor rendered by his office merns his re-election. VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT George O. Duller Candidate For Re-Election CLERK CIRCUIT COURT PALM BEACH COUNTY His Record Merits Your Consideration i Paid Political .\.i\.) I am indeed grateful for the confidence which the people of this county have shown in me, as evidenced by the fact that I am unopposed for the office of Tax Assessor. JAMES M. OWENS. JR. Tax Assessor—Palm Beach County (Paid Political Adv.) Col. J. M. Lee candidat. re-election as Mate Comptroller, states that '.No placards will be strewn pell-mell over the State of mine has gone to length of authorizing State lead patrolmen to tear %  For Conscientious. Courteous and Capable Service, Bused on Years of Experience Vote to Re-Elect J. L. GRIER SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION PALM BEACH COUNTY Subject to Democratic Primary (Paid Political Adv.) My Sincere Wishes to My Jewish Friends TRACY SAVAGE Candidate For TAX COLLECTOR OF PALM BEACH COUNTY Your Vote and Support W.ll Ba Sincerely Appreciated in the Primary May 7 (Paid P. 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