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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME ISNo. 21
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Levin Heads B'nai
B'rith Fifth District
| budget committee and board of di-
The Fifth District of B'nai B'rith rectors. He is also active in Na-
Grand Lodge at their filth annual tional Children's Convalescent
convention in Roanoke last week Home located in .Miami
elected Isaac Levin to the presi- nr> i ,.,.; ., ". _
.. u%1" 's active m Temple
,., nv. unanimously, and E. Albert Israel am| s,,.(,(i ,,,si Palot to the general committee Temple Israel .Miami Reform Con-
of the executive body of the D.s- gregation for two terms and as
"'^u D v. u Viee Presidt'nt for four terms. He
Edward Rosenbaum, of Wash- was electcd th|r(J ^
mgton, D C was named first the Fifth District of B'nai B'rith
vice president; Emanuel Lews, of two years ago_ an(] ^
savannah Ga second vice presi- ed first vice w
dent; and Sol Fass, of Portsmouth, trict.
third vice president. .
t i- c- v t. i rededication of American
Julius Fisher, of Roanoke, was lives to preserve thfi ba
eec*d secreUry and Maier Trie* fundamental prindples of the con.
of Charleston, S. C, was chosen 8titution was the keynote theme
treasurer. of ^ convention The theme was
Elected to the executive com- to be found in speeches made by
mittee besides Pallot, were Sidney Walter W. Wood, Roanoke mayor,
.1. Stern, of Greensboro, N. C; in his address of welcome to the
Harry Doctor, High Point, N. C; 350 delegates; by Alvin S. Kartus,
Rabbi Samuel Shillman, Sumter, of Asheville, N. C, president of
S. C; Julian Boehm, AtlanU, Ga.; the district organization; by Ed-
Abe Shefferman, Washington; ward Rosenbloom, of Washington.
Jesse Fine and Henry Kuntz, of D. C, speaking on "American
Baltimore, Md. J Citizen Day," and by Governor
The executive committee at its James H. Price, in the principal
ext meeting will select the 1941 ; address of the first day's session,
convention city. Abe Aronovitz | "These trying times," said the
extended the invitation for Mi- governor, "inspire a rededication
ami, and Washington also asked of the principles of liberty that
for the convention.
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 24, 1940
DIRECTORS HOLD
I!
PRICE 10 CENTS
The annual meeting of the
board of directors of the Great-
er Miami Federation of Jewish
Welfare Funds will be he'd
Wednesday night, May 29th, at
8:16 o'clock, at the Mezzanine
Ballroom of the McAllister Ho-
tel, in Biscayne Boulevard, Mi-
ami. The election of officers
and standing committees for
the ensuing fiscal year as well
as the transaction of other im-
portant business will take place.
All board members are urged to
attend.
ISAAC LEVIN
are dear to us."
One of the highlights of the
morning session was the observ-
'ance of "American Citizen Day,"
under the direction of Edward
1 Rosenbloom, second vice president
of the district. Local members of
the A.Z.A., junior order of B'nai
B'rith, were on the program.
"We of the B'nai B'rith have al-
ways pledged ourselves in heart
and mind to the preservation of
the principles of democracy." said
Alvin Kartus, in addressing the
opening session of the convention.
"And today we rededicate this
pledge to the preservation of de-
mocracy to posterity."
The evening session was taken
up with a cultural program "The
B'nai B'rith Town Hall Meeting,"
using the subject: "The Contemp-
orary Jewish Scene." During this
meeting which closed the day's
session, the following took part:
Frank Rubenstein, chairman,
Baltimore, Md.; Maurice Bisgyer, .
moderator, Washington; Dr. A. L.
A feature of the convention was Sachar. Hillel, Champaign, 111.;
Id rnwi f the Shok'm '-^Re'Max Baer, vocational guidance,
dub led by Marx Feinberg. Washington; Rabbi Paul Riehman.
I Isaac Levin was born in Balti- A. D. L., Washington; Edward
nore Md.. and raised in Fitzger- Grusd, National Jewish Monthly,
' Ht' married Belle Wein- Washington; Bernard Postal, pub-
antz of Roanoke and settled in licity, Washington, and Rabbi Ir-
<>anoke. While there he was vice ving Ganz, open discussion, Roan-
president and director of the Re- ake.
lorn, Temple of Roanoke. identi- | Dr. Sachar, director of the Hil-
f e J n. was director of three banks I challenges to Jewish leadership
r Koanl p ecutive board of Roanoke's which marked the close of the
^amher of Commerce. He has j convention.
^o children born in Roanoke, one I One challenge was not to allow
and one daughter, and is an 'Jewish people to become insensi-
orary life member of Roanoke jble to the Jewish tragedy despite
rom pB'rith" Movin" to Miami'the fact that day-by-day occur-
"i Roanoke fifteen years ago, rences tend to make people dull
^Joined B'nai B'rith and served to such happenings. Second, not
f 'sh erent terms as president to permit people to become -'jit-
' olom Lodge; has been vice tery" over European conditions.
s> nt and is active on various Third, to build up within the rank
mittee of Sholem Lodge; act- and file of American people an
m Jewish Welfare Bureau; understanding of Jewish culture
fo rt r*anize the Gater Mi- and religion.
r "as and is a member of the "Our leadership must resist the
Commissioners Ask
Freeholders Support
It's up to the freeholders (prop-
erty owners) of Dade County to
go to the polls on May 28th and
^ote in favor of the $2,000,000
bond issue. State law requires
that a majority of freeholders
must participate in the voting for
any bond issue to win approval,
and that a majority of those vot-
ing must vote "yes."
For those who are not yet ac-
quainted with the" jtotire pro-
posed development program, the
basic facts in the following para-
graphs are repinted below:
The north two miles of Biscayne
Key are to be given to the county
without cost, subject to the con- |
struction of a causeway connect- .
ing key with mainland. This cause- [
way is to be constructed with a '
loan of $3,200,000 to be secured I
from the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation, and will be a self
liquidating debt, as it is to be re-
tired by means of small tolls col-
lected from those who use the
causeway. In the area north of
Baker's Haulover, the county al-
ready owns 22 lots, with another
.r>0 being required to have one and
one half miles of ocean front
property. The S2.000.000 bond is-
sue will be used to purchase the
necessary 50 lots in the Baker's
Haulover area, and to develop
both it and Biscayne Key as ocean
front beaches.
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Synagogue Cornerstone
Ceremonies Set For Sunday
---------- O" ------------------------------
Greater Miami Jewry is exhibit- come of President, Mr. H. M. Dre-
Ing much enthusiasm as construe- v*i greetings from Auxiliary,
tion of the new Miami Jewish Or- Mrs. William Clein; report of
,h;;d,i:j,,,,,,,gatu,;, Synagogue building .......nittee, Mr. Max
Marking the tenth anniversary, u-Z',^""^ '"'T^ "''
the gal. ceremonies of the laying &IT1WHJ3 "
of the cornerstone will be held at f,!, ,L ..v r *tm*B
S. W. 17th Avenue, corner of 6,h ""',,'' 'M,ami' C <""">-
Street, Sunday Lag B'Omer May tZ I T r '' ^^"^
2ti at 9 n J Th k i I m Jewl8n Community, Baron
28, at I p. m. The building has de Hirsch Meyer Miami Beach
progressed to the extent that the councilman; principalTddreaV
services may be conducted in- Rabbi Ab^m A Kellner vocai
doors and completion and occupa- selectioni CanU(r Mtrice Mam
tion is expected to take place by ches of keth ik r
the Shevouth holidays. iscrintuJ A Congregation;
The elaborate program for the C?2L -.T' Rabb' Abra"
afternoon include^ welcoming J^'jf,J|* Rab-
address by Mr. Maurice Gross- cob Congregation
man executive director of the Y. ; In active chargc of ^
n. H. A.; America, by ensemble: alP Ah !f,>la ___.
snsL iDr- ft.*Kapian s^ s^rssi*
m-ttks Mr E1 l, pTt T M" DreVkh' A1 <* L^ ^
.ma.ks, Mr. E. Aloert Pallot; wel- erman, and George Chertkof.
BETH DAVID PICNIC
SITE IS CHANGED
We wish to advise all stud-
ents, members, friends and
teachers of Beth David that we
are compelled to change the
grounds of our annual picnic to
be held this coming Sund >.
Due to a last minute change in
our reservation of ti,,. Los Olas
Camp, Ft. Laudei'1 le, by the
management of t .t place, .
shall hold our | i.:iic at Math-
eson H a m n: k Ingraham
Highway, Coc. ii it Grove. Stu-
dents who do n-t have means oi
transportatio are requested to
be present at the Talmud Torah
before 9 o'clock this coming
Sunday mi ining.
Signed:
Rabin Max Shapiro,
Beth David Congregation.
B'NAI B'RITH
AIDS HOSPITAL
ANDREWS RECEIVES
SENATE OVATION
The B'nai B'rith drive for dollar
nemberships toward the South
|Florida Crippled Children's Hos-
ipital Building Campaign has now
'passed the $500 mark, according
to a report issued by M. J. Kopel-
owitz. Chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Campaign. "Sholem Lodge
is doing a splendid piece of work
in supporting the Hospital Drive,
and by so doing, is demonstrating
its value as an integral part of
)Ur Community life," he stated.
The Campaign Chairman asks
that-everyone cooperate and send
$1.00 from each member of the
family to Burnett Roth, Seybold
Bldg., or to M. J. Kopelowitz, 3fi9
S. W. 28th Road, Miami. MAIL
Yon; CONTRIBUTION NOW.
Contributions received to data
are as follows:
insensibility which is a product of
the emotional surfeit in a world
engulfed by tragedy," Dr. Sachar
declared. "It must resist the
hysteria and the failure of nerve
'and the supersensitiveness which
j is a product of continuous anti-
| Semitic attack. It must resist
the dejudization which is a blind
emersion of world issues."
Julius Fisher of Roanoke, new
district secretary, was toastmast-
er at the banquet. Invocation was
delivered by Rabbi William Green-
berg of Charlotte N. C. Brief re-
': marks were made by retiring
president, Alvin Kartus, Ashe-
ville, N. C, and by Isaac Levin,
president-elect.
The banquet was followed by a
ball.
Besides election of officers the
final business session, among oth-
er things, budgeted appropriations
to the Hillel foundations, includ-
ing $800 to the Jewish students'
union at the University of Flor-
ida and $300 to University of Mi-
ami.
Members of the United States
Senate have joined the great ma-
jority of Floridians in literally ap-
plauding the decision of United
States Senator Charles O. And-
rews to return to his post of duty
during the present crisis despite
his interest in the second primary
campaign.
When Florida's senior Senator
made his initial appearance on the
floor of the Senate after his re-
turn to Washington recently he
was greeted with an ovation in
which both Democratic and Re-
publican Senators joined.
The demonstration for the pop-
ular Florida senator was led by
Senator Alben Barkley, Democrat
of Kentucky, leader of the ma-
jority.
A charter was presented to the
woman's grand lodge of B'nai
B'rith for the district during the
session which was presided over
by retiring President Kartus. Mrs.
Sol Goldstrom of Miami Beach
was elected temporary chairman.
Mrs. Iac Levin, vife of the
president-elect, addressed wives
of visiting delegates at a bridge
luncheon.
l'-.\ ioush llepoi ted .......
Bui Im'.i Kate l^efcourt
Theodore Qulkia
Deborah Qulkia .
.v Icla Sue Qulkls ........'',
Marry Novack......... ..
Ma Novack ............'
uarjorie Novack..........
sir. and Mrs. B. l: Bei keley
and Gilbert Berkeley
rtenj;iniiri Meyers
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers''.'.','.'.
Harrj Berkowlts
Urace E. Berkowlts .
Solomon Wallman
Eugene Wallman
Sarah Wallman .........
Ralph Sapln .
J. A. Itiilitor
Eva Rlchter.............
\ vin Richtei
Robert Rlchter
Shirley Iti.hui
1'in Rlchter .........
II. E. Column ......
Max Rappaport
i 'harkMte Rappaport ,''
i iticar Rappaport
Morrli liuiiin .
Mrs. Morris Huiiin
Arnold Rubin
Anna Leah Rubin......
Lillian Kiiidn .......
Walter P>lkensteln' Family''
Ixiuls Safer
William Friedman'
Irving Ann and Melvin "
Frederick Frankel
Herman Horowitz
E. Albert Pallot .........
J. Harbash
Mrs. J. Harbash.......
Leo Harbash
Mavld Rarbnsh...........
B. W. Slote ............
M. I,. Slote ..............
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PAGE FOUR
THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940 *
wJewisti ftcridiwi
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
P. 0. Box 2973
PLANT AND OFFICE8
21 S. W. Second Avenue
f
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager
Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
Blumberg and "Give Me" Harry
Schwartz aptly discovered that
the best defense is an offense
when they sheepishly retired from
a Roanoke taxi upon being so di-
rected, only to discover thai boys
are boys.
Stanley "Nominating" Myers
brought his brief case along
which was used by "Alfalfa" 1 al-
lot to great advantage for his
- Inverted leg while sleeping
through the Cultural Program
- headed by Dr. Frank Coret.
_o
Enough cannot be said of the
.response of the delegates of the
]
a complete report on the po-
litical, traveling, social legal and
fun side of the entire Convention.
There will be more to talk about
than can be fitted into a book.
Even Fred Shochet and Maurice
Grossman heard and saw enough
. the Convention to make for ma-
terial for months to come.
SOCIETY
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ...........
Six Mcnths .......
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940
VOLUME 13No. 21
WEDDING TO
TAKE PLACE
The marriage of Miss Aarolyn
Fifth District to the load of co- Phyllis Kopelowitz to David Lit-
conuts conceived by Dave Emmer vag will take place Sunday Naj
and brought with the assistance L-,;th in St. Louis, Mo. The cup-
of Ernest Sussman to Roanoke. pie will spend their honeymoon in
Ike Levin and Abe Aronovitz so Nassau. Havana and Miami Beach.
praised the coconuts at the Con- Mrs. M. .1. Kopelowitz, aunt ol the
volition that one of our Miami del- bride, of Miami, is now in St.
ft.00 egates became so enthused over Louis for the wedding.
$100 their value that he actually con-
ceived the lovely idea Of return- CARD PARTY
ing one home to his wife. TO BE HELD
_ xhe Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
For the serious side, the entire sponsor a card party Monday af-
delegation was happy that our ternoo I 10th at 1:30 p. m.
Brothers Ike Levin and Al Pallol at the V I H. el Gardens, Ml
h. Vai 1 'US >ard game s
WINNER
OF MEDAL
Ronald Mann, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mann, was the winner
of the Speech Medal for Public
Speaking awarded by the P. T. A.
of the Coral Cables Junior High
School, for his original speech en-
titVd "The Cause of the World
War."

I HI BETA
MEETS
At the last meeting of the Tri
Beta Sorority, th slate of officers
for the forthcoming year was
presented, including Ina Stem r.
president; Lillian Rubin, vice
president; Ilarriotte Katz, cor-
responding secretary; Joyce Oren,
recording secretary; Pearl Gins-
berg, treasurer and Elaine Maer,
auditor.
Miss Gladys Wolfe, member of
Tri Beta, was crowned May Queen
Of Edison High School and Miss
Elaine Maer. also a member, re-
ceived the honor of attaining the
highest scholastic average at Mi-
ami Senior High School.

LAG B'OMER PICNIC
in BE HELD
The entire enrollment and staff
of Beth Jacob Religious S
will hold their Lag B'Omer picnic
y all day at Greynolds
free transportation has been ar-
FIFTH COLUMN IN THE UNITED STATES
America has much to learn from u'hal has happened in Europe
in recent weeks.
Oslo was betrayed to the enemy by such traitors as Major Vidkuii
Quisling. In Holland. Anton A. Mussert, Dutch Nazi leader, an-
nounced before the German invasion that in the event of war his fol-
lowers would not aid the Government, but would remain with "arms
folded." Actually, the Dutch Nazis did not keep their arms folded,
but gave open support to the Nazi parachutists. In Belgium, too,
traitors behind the lines aided the invaders.
In England, Sir Oswald Mo-.le.vV Fascists are agitating against
the Jews in an effort to disrupt Britain's unity. The British Govern-
ment has been forced to take vigorous measures to check the Fascists'
activities The British people are taking their own measures to show
their feelingsa Fascist rally was broken up and Fascist headquarters
stoned.
The "fifth column" has emerged in the present war as a military
factor of major importance.
Notice that Quisling, Mussert and Mosley are not German spies
sent from Berlin. They are( respectively, a Norwegian, a Hollander
and an Englishman whose anti-democratic sentiments have led them
to serve the interests of the enemy.
America, too. has its fifth column. It has recently been disclosed
that the Christian Front has adopted new tacticsto have its mem-
bers scatter anonymously on the streets and engage innocent bystand-
ers in discussions in which they aim to stress the Jewish "role" in the
war The German-American Bund has gone underground, and its
hand appears in such meetings as that recently in Pittsburgh, which
was broken up bv the police when it turned out to be a Nazi rally.
The fifth column in the United States will use every method to
weaken American unity. One of the weapons in the arsenal is anti-
Semitism. t|he objective is to confuse the people by an "ad heminem
,ntblaming a specific group for the war. Beware
took >tho top honors with the ami
Presidential and General Com- will be played, prizes aw
mittee elections, respectively, and and refreshments served. I
o loss to h- not,,! is the fact that may be obtain*! from the
Mrs Sol Goldstrom was elected committee or door. Further de-
"".President for the new Fifth tails will be announced in next ranged, refreshment. _and _.....d
ict for the Ladies Auxiliary, week's issue.
* *
o
-In love" Milton Friedman was CELEBRATES
considerably chagrined when the ANNIVERSARY
1020 Battalion descended in Co- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin, now
lumbia, South Carolina, to share residing at 1519 Drexel Ave., Mi-
the affection of the fair damsel ami Beach, are receiving congrat-
Who is about to gain the name of illation- front their many friends.
Friedman through the- medium of on the celebration of their twen-
matrimony. Milton at 135 pounds ty-fifth wedding anniversary May
in this corner, is still battling his 30th.
way to get close enough to kiss
his fiance- goodbye. t I SITS
_o_ HERE
We had two charming ladies on Mrs. David Klein of New York.
the' trip which helped to preserve sister of Mr. Leon Elkin. is visit-
some degree of the gentlemanly ing in Miami with her sister Mrs.
spirit which none could seem to Nathan Shadloff.
find at times among the- delegates
Mrs. Isaac Levin anel Mrs. Sol CAMP
Goldstrom. They are mighty fine TO OPEN
sports, not only keeping tilings The Blue Mountain Camps, un-
under control when necessary but dor the same directorship for the
very inspiring for every one of past twenty years, will soon open
the brothers.
arguiiu
f anyone
who seeks to simplify the issues of'the present war by ascribing it to
a small minority.
The I'nited States is not at war. but it has an urgent need or
The fifth column in America is marching against that unity.
unity.
B'NAI ITRITH
T
NOTES
by Harold Turk
THE NAKED TRUTH
By Al Pallot
The marvelous suicide battal-
ion of Sholem Lodge delegates
steamlined and air-fitted, with the 1^^ produced from "whit"* >
exuberance of youth and tomfool- peared tQ be an ordinary 8uitcase
ery exciting their spirit and in- containing shirts shoes, sox> etc t
eluding their famous Metropoli- l8andwiche8> pickies, cakes and
tan Opera Glee Club, headed goodieg in geneTal. The atmo.
jointly by I-eo Eisenstein Of the gphere wag goon transformed to
whispering Eisensteins," and Marx .^ ^ Md 8me,j ,ike the Rose_
Feinberg, "the boy with the big jda,e ^ everybody was happy.
triumphantly departed |Sam Mmer wag overheard to 8ay
The melodious synchronized air
music of Rudy Adler was conspic-
uous for its presence and was
tragically accepted by President
Abbott in the Convention Hall at
the conclusion of an exemplary
address concluded by a burst upon
the atmosphere with such force as
to strike Dave Emmer squarely
in the face. Was whose face red ?
At the banquet Leo Eisenstein
praised America too highly and
from there on he was on the whis-
pering campaign.
On the train at midnight Rudy
*>
will be served by the Beth Jacob
Sisterhood, and various athletic
contests and games will be feat-
the day. All arc invited to
attend.
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
DeLand, May 28 (Special) -
Accepting the challenge Francis
Whitchair is conducting a sweep-
ing and vigorous attack upon his
opponent's legislative re-cord.
which the DeLand candidate for
governor charges is a record in
the interest of Wall street and
big bu 8 i n e s s. discriminatory
against the common people and an
assault upon Florida democracy.
Reiterating that he would seek
: i other office elective or ap-
intive -during his term as gov-
for the summer season. The camps ernor, Francis Whitehair said that
_o_ are situated high in the Pocono be- had no "burning ambition" to
We wonder is any one regrets Mountains, consisting of over 600 make a political career cut of his
the fact that Abe Aronovitz as acres and a large- private- lake, career. Among the Whitehair
chairman of the Convention Com- and only 90 miles from New York proposals to change things in Yal-
tnittee, found that every delegate City or Philadelphia. Separate lahassee, patch up the loop holes.
enjoyed a splendid trip and that camps for boys and girls are- cut out the red tape and political
the chairman found it a very ex- maintained, under capable and hand outs, provide adequately for
pensive one. mature counsellors. Our schools out of existing state
__o__ revenue. improve governmental
New converts to the spirit of DUTCH SUPPER services without additional taxa-
P.'nai B'rith and their Conven- TO BE GIVEN tion and in general restore pub-
tions are to be found in Bernard The Sisterhood of the Miami lie confidence in state govern-
Feiner, (Ins Ginsberg, Isidore Beach Jewish ('enter will hold a ment.
Goldstein. Hy Horowitz. Harry Dutch Supper and games Sunday
Rayvis, Harry Schwartz. Harry evening May 26th at S p, m. at
Davis and Leo Chaikin. Watch their building. Euclid Ave. and
these "first-timers" in Miami 14th Place. Miami Beach, Door
work for new members and for prizes will be awarded, dancing
the greater building of a better enjoyed and various card games
Sholem Idge. j played. Tickets may be obtained
o at the door. Open meetings of
Marx Feinberg and Abe Arono- the Sisterhood are held the first
vitz insist the next time they go and third Tuesday evenings at 8
to a convention and are required p. m. All ladies interested In
to take care of the finances that joining are cordially invited to
they are going to bring along their attend,
own personal, private Certified i
LEAVES
FOR NORTH
from Miami under the capable
leadership of our beloved Ike
Levin and the spiritual guidance
of Rabbi Greenstein of West Palm
Beach.
"everything I like is fattening or
moral."
"You can't do this to me,"
Judge Norman Hendry claims
the endorsement of labor I his
candidacy to succeed himself as
judge of the Civil Court, as well
as being endorsed by lawyers,
members of the bench and various
American groups who, he says,
believe the office of judge should
be safeguarded from any possi-
ble intolerance, or by someone
whose ability as a judge is un-
I known.
Public Accountant.
o-
Ben LeVine not only thoroughly
Candidate tor State Treasurer
in the second primary, W. M.
(Bill) Wainwright, of Starke.
Florida is a native Floridian aid
Mrs. Bertha B. Levy accompan-
enjoyed the trip but is quoted as ied by her family will leave for says "If the people of my native
saying "We want more and bigger Baltimore. Md., and Washington. I State see fit to honor me with
D. C.i where she will open her this promotion, I promise them an
Camp Wohelo for the summer sea- honest, efficient and economical
administration." During his work
conventions." As he does in Mi-
ami he diligently assisted in ev-
ery caucus and every detail of the
trip.
Ernest Sussman represented
Seagoard as well as Sholem Lodge
and saw to it that everyone had
a lovely trip.
If you would like to spend an
interesting evening attend the
next meeting of Sholem Lodge
son.
I in civic works he has served the
RETURNS TO .state as auditing clerk in the
CITY
v"" comptroller's office; Abstract and
Mrs. William Friedman r?- Appropriation clerk; one of the
turned to the city from Columbia, four State Bank Examiners; one
South Carolina where she visited'of the state auditors; one of the
with the Stern family to com-'assistant state treasurers; Sta'.e
plete arrangements for the wed-'Cai.lt Examiner; chief mortgag-
ding of her son Milton, which will Risk Examiner for Florida for
take place next month. the FHA and State Auditor.
9


FRIDAY, MAY 24. 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
\
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCHWARTZ)
letiimiiimttmuittiHiu
By MARGIE ROBKRTS
Secretary to the
Executive Director
Don't get excited 'tis only
me acting as correspondent in
the absence of our editor and ex-
ecutive director due to the B'nai
B'rith Convention in Roanoke, Vir-
ginia which has taken many of
our boys up thataway. However,
the gang is expected back in Mi-
ami tonight so if you will bear
with me, but not too hard, I'm
sure everything will be all right.
Good afternoon, Mr. and Mrs.
America and all the ships at sea.
Let's go to press: FLASH! On
June 5th, Wednesday evening, the
Si iiinr Men'l Division will hold
their annual elections that
there is I'ciidin'. folks.
FLASH! The Bingo Party,
sponsored by the Y. W. II. A., of
which .Mrs. Ann Lieberman was
chairman (ami a very swellagant
one i seems to have been a major
success. Outdoor Bingo is not a
bad idea!
Junior Division
! :. \sii: The Sally's and Har-
ry's 'round these parts are dis-
cussing pro anil ion the advis-
ability of a Dip Dance at the Sea
Glades Cabana or a Skating Party
at the Met this seems to be
their greatest worry and we hope
that their worries will always be
concerned with pleasure Why
don't all you boys and gals be-
tween the ages of l'i to 21 come
around and meet the folks? What
have you got to lose? Incidental-
ly, Miss Evelyn Keene, repre-
senting the Y from this division
in the Junior Hadassah May Queen
Contest held last Sunday, placed
third. You have our heartiest
congrats, Miss Evelyn.
"Y"-F.ttes
FLASH! Yes mam! This group
gits together at the Y on Satur-
day evenings with Mrs. Pearl
Keisman. Send your daughter ov-
er, that is if she is between 13
to 16 years of age, and let Jier
enjoy herself as well as meet some
other fine young ladies.
The Forum
FLASH FLASH! Wow-lhis
gang is planning a party to be
.given on May 30th, that Decora-
tion Day and won't we all be
decorated? This group of boys
and girls between the ;tgcs of IS
C" 25 holds meetings every Thurs-
day evening at the Y. They have
had some very Interesting speak-
ers recently bearing on the Cul-
tural side but they have decided
to let their hair down on Decora-
tion Day and throw a party, open
only to those who are members.
You still have time to join!
News Round Town
DEBUNKING THF. BCNK!
Wasn't Kthel Mintzer surprised
when she won the Title of May
Queen at the Hadassah affair last
Sunday night Congrats from
the Y, Ethel, you worked hard
. We also extend heartiest Con-
grats to Miss Josephine Raxin,
second placer, Miss Evelyn Keene,
third place, and Miss Bemice Mil-
ler who came in fourth these
gals really worked hard for that
title and deserve commendation
...LET'S GO TO TOWN WITH
THE TEAM ... the Y is spon-
soring two diamond ball teams
this year one team in the
Miami Beach League and the oth-
er in the Civic League of Miami
. All of those interested in this
sport, contact Lou Safan, Mickey
Lubel, or Dr. Barney Weinkle .
Incidentally, the Y went to bat
Thursday night, May 23rd, in a
double header WOW! We're
off to a last start.
Home Camp
On Sunday afternoon, June 9th
at 2:(i(i o'clock there will be a Par-
ents-Campers Rally at the Y. All
parents of the respective campers
are invited to attend and bring
their children with them. Games
will be played and a fine program
is being arranged by Mrs. Ann
Lieberman, chairman of the Camp
Committee. Refreshments will be
served. More details will be an-
nounced in later issues.
SURPRISE: The Camp Com-
mittee, together with the Execu-
tive Director, has selected a Chief
Counsellor for the Home (amp.
But to make you a little bit CUri-
OUS and anxious, we will withhold
tin- name of this party until next
week. But resl assured that we
have iiH of the most outstanding
young men in this vicinity ami
one well liked by all. We really
'Vi 1 foi tunate that we are going
to have him with us tor the child-
ren.
Strauss and members of the Y.
W. Board. In charge of the bingo
games were Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Wilson, assisted by Mr. Leon
Lieberman and Mrs. Joseph J.
Berraan. Winning prizes donated
by the Wolpert Furniture Com-
pany, were .Mis. Joseph J. Berman
and Mis. Frances Levenson.
*
SPONSOR
PICNIC
The members and children of
the Men's Division and Ladies
Auxiliary of the Freda Marko-
witz Post 174 of the Jewish War
Veterans will sponsor an all day
picnic Sunday May 26th begin-
ning at 11 p. m. at Matheson
Hammock, Coconut Grove. Games,
entertainment and refreshments
will be enjoyed. All members and
friends are cordially invited to at-
tend.

MEETING
POSTPONED
The Hadassah board meeting
has been postponed to Friday
morning May 31st at 10:30 a. m.
at the home of Mrs. Max Dobrin,
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1S7 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 8-77tt
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, P>h. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
9*6 Indian Crask Drive-l 16* no N. E. Slat 8t I-SS4I
MIAMI BEACH MIAMI
Either er both of the Rabbis will be la the Temple every moraln*.
Tou may consul: with them on matters concerning the Jewls coaaaau.
alty. or yeur peisenal problems. Tou will be aaaured yrapethetle
hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each natter will he held la
strict cenfldenoe.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
Friday evening, May 24th, 8:15
p. m. the sermon: "The Fortune
board members are urged to
nt.
SPINOZA
FORUM MEETS
Junior Hadassah
By Elsie Kronenfeld
Congratulations Kthel Mintzer!
You made a lovely May Day
Queen. We know you were thrilled.
.lose]!iine Raxin and Evelyn
Keene were runner-ups. The board
of Junior Hadassah composed the
court of honor. Among these
trills were Rosalyn Klein, Anne
Grossman, Sylvia Schatzman, Rose
Kasanof. Hose Pushkoff, Ruthye
Bernstein and Janic Gcrshon. Mr.
Harry Breskin was master of cer-
emonies and Mrs. Lillian Simon-
hoff, president of Senior Hadas-
sah, crowned the queen. Excel-
lent music for dancing was fur-
nished by a prominent orchestra.
Hilda Breskin, chairman, deserves
a vote of thanks from us all.
Among those seen were Mr. and
Mrs. Al Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ir-
ving Koretsky, Molly and Dave
Baer, liana Mack, Kosalyn Klein.
Dr. Samuel Beckman, Ida Safer,
Nat Konen, Anita Bernstein, Mar-
ty Engel, Fay Kngel. Paul Block
Nellie and Sidney Caplan, Doro-
thy and Davis I-ickowitz, Evelyn
Rhinestein, Irving Stark, Kuyiln
and Aaron Froelich and many,
many, many Others, too numerous
to mention.
Best wishes Helen Simon. All of
us are happy over your engage-
ment to Paul Sokoloff. We were
all surprised when Jeannette an-
nounced it and we know you will
both be very happy.
Don't forget folks our next
meeting is this coming Monday
night, May 27th at Beth David.
Flection of officers will be in or-
der.
Israel will be held at Kaplan Hall.
Mrs. B. B. Berkeley is the chair-
man in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will present
a surprise program of entertain-
ment. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis will
act as toastmistress. Mrs. Henry
I). Williams will install the offi-
cers. In addition to the members
of i he Board of Directors, the fol-
lowing officers will be installed:
S\i:i:ATH MOKNING SERVICES ** Max Steuer, president; M,-.
Max OrovitZ, first vice president;
Mrs. H. I. Homa, second vice pres-
1240 Alton Road, Miami Beach. All Magazine Poll on Religion" will
delivered by Rabbi Column A.
Zwitman with the service- con-
ducted by Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan.
Interpretation of Biblical Por-
"Enough for Everybody" willltion by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan and .
be the topic of the lecture by A. the services conducted by Rabbi lde"*' MrSl Manuel Joseloff, re-
M. Newman before the Spinoza Colman A. Zwitman with partici-
Saturday afternoon on thelpation of Confirmation Class.
lawn at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Tuesday evening at 8 p.
m. Dr. .1. M. Martinez will lecture
before the group on 'Health" and
Wednesday evening Dr. Abraham
Wolf son will speak on Astronomy.
Open discussion follows all these
lectures. There is no charge. The
public is welcome.
*
MOONLIGHT RIDE
TO BE HELD
The Men'- Club of Temple Israel
will hold a Moonlight Sail Tues-
15 A R MITZVAH
The Bar Mitzvah celebration of
Benjamin jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin E. Bronston, will be
held at the Temple services this
Saturday morning May 25th, 1940,
at 11:00 a. m. A Reception in
honor of the Bar Mitzvah, will be
tendered by his parents after the
morning service.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Sunday morning, May 26th clos-
jcording secretary; Mrs. Benj. E.
Bronston, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Jos. Weintraub, as-
sistant corresponding secretary',
Mrs. Sam I.uby, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treasur-
er; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor.
Members of the Sisterhood are
urged to attend as a symbol of
future support and cooperation.
MEN'S CLUB
The Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael is at present conducting a
membership drive. Applications
have been sent to all Temple
day evening May 2Sth at 9 P-m- to students havin
aboard the Yacht Seven Seas, Pier certificates
S. Miami, features ol the evening
will be dancing, community sing-
ing, refreshments and listening to
eh li'" returns. Admission is one
dollar per person and due to lim-
ited capacity reservations should
be made immediately, The com-
mittee in charge of arrangements
are Harry Gordon, Harry Boyell,
Dr. Alfred Augustine. Myron M.j"M.,v .? Newman. .1. R. Freehling, Dr. Al- Mi.;,.s (.|ull o( ,-,,m|ll(. Israe] Nvill
bert E. Rosi nd B. W. S'ote. hoJd lh,ljr Moonlight Sail. Feat-
ing exercises of Religious School Members who should join, and al-
will be held al 11:00 a. m. Prizes so enlist their friends. The spirit
g perfect attend- at the meetings of the Men's
to honor stu- Club is delightful. Meetings are
dents having honorable mention of a social nature, and tend to en-
will take place. Reports will be courage lasting friendships. If
read by the pupils on the year's you are interested in joining, or
work in history. Parents and if you know of any prospective
friends of children in the Relig- members, please write to the
ious School are specially invited. | Membership Chairman, Mr. My-
MOONLIGHT SAIL
On the 'Seven Seas." boat
leaving Pier S Thursday evening
SOCIETY
BINGO
PARTY HELD
A large crowd was in attend-
ance at the Bingo party sponsored
by the Young Women's Hebrew
Association Sunday evening with
Mrs. Leon Lieberman, general
chairman in chargd. Assisting
Mrs. Lieberman were Miss Irene
Cohen, Mrs. Jean Seitlin. Mrs.
Joseph Shaffer, Mrs. Charles
In case o ii m i I r; ather,
tick ill be good for a future
dale. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
*
WINS
AWARD
Madeline Schulman was the
winner of the McDonald* Gold
Medal Speech Aits Award at the
Citrus Grove Junior High School.
Madeline is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Harry Schulman.
MICKEY LUBEL NEW
Y. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
Mickey Lubel, one of the most
outstanding athletes in the great-
er Miami area, volunteered his
services as Athletic Director of
the Y. M. H. A. at a meeting of
the Board of Directors held Wed-
nesday) May 22nd. Mickey, as
he is known to everyone, will
manage the diamond ball team
sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. in
the Civic League and will also
prepare, manage and supervise
the entire athletic program for all
the divisions, assisted by the Y
Athletic Committee.
Further plans of this program
will be given in detail in the near
future.
i f the evening will he danc-
ing, community Bing, >..'. games
and election returns. Ticket of
admission are $1.00 per person.
There being only limited space
and limited number of reserva-
tions, we advise you to call imme-
diately the Men's Club Commit-
tee.
SISTERHOOD
Monday, May 27th at 12:30 p.
ron M. Newman.
IN M E.MORI AM
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday evo-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be bellowed:
Yahrzeits: Louis Kaplan, fath-
er of Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan and
Mrs. Leo Stein; David Aronovitz,
father of Dr. Sam'l Aronovitz
and Mr. Abe Aronovitz: Celia
Ruth, mother of Mr. Nat Roth.
Floral offerings for the pulpit
last Friday, in memory of their
beloved departed, were sei.t by Mr.
m." the Annual Installation Lunch-| and Mrs. Arthur Tr.ister, and
eon of the Sisterhood of Temple I Mrs. Henry D. Williams.
LETTER
SERVICE
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PHONE 2-2162
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Proprietors
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Who Makes Them
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m



PAGB SIX
FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1910
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Washington Arcane and Third Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabkl
I2S Michigan Avion
Tbona t-1111
MAURICE MAMCHE8. 0nr
5(5 Euclid Avenua
I-norm fc-IOll
SYNAGOGUE SEVICES
Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m.;
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Mincha: Daily at 6:45 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
Maariv: Daily at 7:15 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week." I-ast week's guest speak-
er was Rabbi M. Graubart of New
York.
SYNAGOGUE IMPROVEMENTS
Lighting fixtures are to be in-
stalled in our synagogue within
the next three months. A con-
tract has been made with a local
company for this purpose. It
calls for complete installation of
modern, beautiful fixtures both in
and outside of our new synagogue
building.
Stained glass windows are be-
ing installed slowly during the
summer months. Ten windows
have already been purchased by
contributors and installed. Those
interested in having a stained
glass window dedicated in their
name or in the name of some dear
one are asked to communicate
with any of the synagogue offic-
osity of Mrs. Jacob Becker and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker. The
windows will be dedicated to the
memory of the late Mr. Jacob
Becker, and will depict the giving
of the Torah on Mt. Sinai, and
the dual function of the syna-
gogue as place of prayer and
study.
RED CROSS APPEAL
Our synagogue is again the
first in our community to make
a drive for Red Cross Funds.
Rabbi Mescheloff made an ap-
peal at the sen-ices last Satur-
day morning. Already an ap-
preciable response has been forth-
coming. All others wishing to
help the Red Cross in its monu-
mental work of charity and aid
A summer session will be held
throughout the summer months
during the morning hours. Regis-
tration for children for this sum-
mer course is now in progress. It
will begin Monday, June 10th at 9
A. M.
This year's Sunday sessions
have broken all previous records
in matters of attendance, amount
of material covered, and children's
grades. Special appreciation must
be expressed to the entire fac-
ulty for their devotion, their per-
sonal interest in each child's prob-
lems and performance. Thanks
must also be expressed to the syn-
agogue and sisterhood for doing
all within their power to supply
adequately each class with equip-
ment and each child with text
books and work material for the
courses.
SEXTON RETURNS FROM
SHORT VACATION
Mr. Feit has returned from a
week's vacation during which time
he visited his father and Mish-
in Europe are asked to bring their 'pacha in New York, and attended,
contributions to the synagogue of- as the sole delegate from the stair
of Florida, the national conven-
tion of the Mizrachi Organization
)f America.
MIZRACHI PICNIC
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
meeting. Final plans and instruc-
tions for the picnic were made
and given. In the absence of our
resident, Dr. B. DcKoven, Cantor
Maurice Mamches is the acting
president. Mrs. A. Berow is pres-
ident of the women's division.
SCHOOL GRADUATION
The graduation exercises of our
Sunday Sessions will be held Sun-
day night, June 2 at 8 P. M. at
the synagogue. A beautiful pro-
gram has been prepared. Gifts
will be distributed to each grad-
uate. A class presentation will
be made to the school. Addresses
will be made by the students and
words of greeting and instruction
by the Rabbi, the president of our
synagogue, Mr. M. B. Frank; Mrs.
B. H. London, Sisterhood presi-
dent; Mr. I. D. Spivak, chairman
of the Board of Education, and
others.
The public is welcome. Re-
freshments will be served by the
mothers of the graduates.
fice.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
Our Religious School will cele-
brate the close of this year's
Sunday morning sessions at a
special assembly held Sunday conduct a Lag B'Omer picnic at
morning at 10 A. M. Final exam- Greynolds park this Sunday,
inations were held last Sunday. I Transportation facilities will be
Promotions will be announced at [available at the synagogue from
this assembly. Prizes for special 10 t0 n A M- an<1 on tno grounds
ers.
All the windows for the front
face of the synagogue will be in-
stalled as a single unit within the
next two weeks. This has been
made possible through the gener-
Thanks
I APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE
OF CONFIDENCE
BOB EGNOR
attainments and excellence in ex-
tra-curricular work will be pre-
sented at this time. Prizes for
best J.N.F. collections made by
our students on Flower Day, last
Sunday, will also be given at this
time.
A Lag B'Omer picnic will be
held at Greynolds park immedi-
SOILS PHONE 7-6464
L. C. MORRIS
PAVING. TRUCKING. GRADING
ROCK, SAND
FILL and SOILS
Specializing in
PULVERIZED SOILS
3738 N. W. 18th AVENUE
MIAMI FLOIDA
For the Finest in
STRICTLY KOSHER
Meats & Poultry
PHONE 2-4994
MALEK'S
1832 S. W. Eighth St.
from 5 to 6 P. M.
Participating in this picnic are
members of the Pioneer Women,
the A.Z.A. branch, the Minnion-
aires, the Habanoth, the Arbeiter
Verband, The Young Judeans, and
other Jewish organizations of Mi-
ami Beach.
Refreshments will be given to
ately after the assembly. The en- laI1 ticket holders by the Mizrachi
tire staff of teachers will accom- on the grounds. Sandwiches, sal-
pany the children. An elaborate ads- etc-. wil1 also D served. A
program of activities has been special committee for this purpose
prepared and will be under the lwas selected at the meeting of the
direct supervision of the faculty. Mizrachi on Thursday night. Since
Refreshments and food will be no sales will be permitted on the
given at the park by the Sister- grounds, tickets which are worth i
hood. Every child registered in ; their price in food, must be ob- j
our daily and Sunday classes is tailed before leaving. Tiny can
invited to this free picnic. l^ hud at the synagogue office.
Final examinations in the daily ('- from any officer of the men's [
school classes will be held the or women's division of the Miami j .
first week in June and will ex- Beach Mizrachi.
tend throughout the entire week, i Mr. Feit gave a complete report
Promotions will be announced on 0I tnc national Convention of the
June Cth. |Mizrachi at the Thursday night
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
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and OILS
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GEO. E. MGASKILL
Candidate For
JUDGE
of the
CIRCUIT COURT
Advocates: Speedy, orderly,
dignified and courteous ad
ministration of justice.
Running to succeed Judge
Worth W. Trammell
(Political AilTM-tiH.-m.nt PiUd for fcy rrlands)
Announcing the Opening of Two Summer 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 Booklet nd Further Information, Write.
RABBI S. WRUBEL
BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA
To the Voters:
Again THANKS for your wonderful vote of confidence
in the Primary of May 7th.
There will be NO DELAY in the votinj of MAY 28TH
FRIMARY as there are fewer candidates and better fa
cilititts have been provided for PROMPT VOTING.
I am asking your continued INFLUENCE and VOTE
Please do not think that I do not need your voteI NEED
YOU AND YOUR FRLEND3to help me to return to
office.
YOUR FAITHFUL SERVANT
J L G R I E R
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
Do Not Fail to Vote
HEAD AND SHOULDERS
ABOVE HIS OPPONENT
THE CANDIDATE TO WHOM TO TIE
because
HE is Not Tied to the Apron? St rings of ANY Interests!
He Remains
Predominantly, the People's Preference
Francis P. Whitehair
FOR GOVERNOR
(Paid for by Palm Beach County Friends of Whitehair)
HENRY H. FILER
Candidate
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
District No. 2
Knows All The
Needs of His
District
Subject to Democratic
Primary, May, 1940
Will Appreciate Your
Support
(Paid Political Adv.)
ELECT
THOMAS I, EVERHART
Your Next
LEGISLATOR
in
GROUP NO. 2
"Your Vote and Support
Appreciated"
(Paid Political Adv.)
D


FRIDAY. MAY 24. 1940
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE SEVEN
POLITICAL BRIEFS
R bco Brunstetter, candidate
for Judge1 of the Circuit Court of
ilu Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
|a in Division A. has boon an
, Miami communal worker
and resident since H>26. He was
prominent in the establishment of
ity building and is active in many | Spessard L. Holland, candidate
civic, communal and fraternal or- for Governor of the State of Flor-
ganizations.
ida. in the second primary,
pledges self determination by
counties of law enforcement and
no interference with local officers
1,1 ofhandliiiK law enforcement situa-
i oral Gables and believes that the .;,.. i
ttons unless investigation proves
Candidate for State Legislature
in Group Two from Dade County.
-Mai shall Wiseheart resides
the University of Miami, was gen- ;am,
growth of the community de-
mands that legislators should be
chosen who will give their honest
it necessary. Among the other
planks of his platform, are the
support of the Everglades Na-
.. community Chest and active Liation of whi,h he hM ^ d|. Sot' ; <"" section of the
,.r of many organizations. rector f th country, building of a four lane
,. Rrunatetter believes that !?TT. ., J >M highway from Georgia to Miami;
,,-al chairman of tfheiirTOrfaniza; ing existing problems,
t ion
D
m
Mr. Brunstetter believes that
there is a definite work that he
|a as Judge to help expedite
justice and by eliminating delays
and costly procedure to make
proper court action available to
all citizens upon terms of actual
money costs that everyone can
mi i-t.
sincere efforts towards BOlV- tiona, park; making Dadc cou
He is a
and is active in civic movements.
John .). Lindsey, candidate for
Judge of the Civil Court of Rec-
ord, has been a practicing attor-
ney for the past twenty five
years, was admitted to the Bar of
Mississippi in 1912, Tennessee, in
1913, Arkansas in 1915, and Flor-
[ ida in 1927, He has represented
lyde A. Allen, candidate for ] Dade County in the State Legis-
th< Board of Public Instruction lature for the past four years, has
from the 4th District of Dade served a term as Mayor of Miami
County, came to Miami in 1929 Shores Village having been elect-
Georgia. Mr. Allen, a law-
yer with offices in Coral Gables,
ites progressive. efficient
and economical administration of
offices, civil service regnla-
under the merit system for
time public employees, with Phi fraternity.
- on maintenance and de-
. : t of educational facili-
i I he f .ture citizenship and
ed to this office for three consec-
utive terms. He is a member of
the Dade, Florida and American
Bar Associations, a director of the
Dade County Bar Association and
is a member of the Delta Theta
Candidate for Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court in the second primary
iare deal for the teaching fra- George K. McCaskill, has been a
v upon which this so largely practicing attorney of more than
wenty light years and a resilient
if Miami for the same time. He
las served as attorney for the
a complet program to raise the
standards of education through-
out the state; intelligent develop-
ment of a far reaching agricul-
tural program; opposition to any
sales tax; opposition to the gross
sales receipts tax; and a long
range conservation program for
the state. Mr. Holland says: "I
will give a clean, wholesome and
efficient government and will see
that the big counties in the south-
eastern section of the state re-
ceive their fair share of state ben-
efits."
FOR FLOWERS FOR
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
rail
McAllister, Florist
629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773
dc]
Candidate for State Legislature
Group 2 in the second primary. Board of County Commissioners,
Thomas B. Everhart is a native City Attorney for Miami Beach
I'loridian coming to Miami 19 and County Solicitor. He is ad-
years ago. He has been a practic- mined to practice in all courts of
c lawyer since 1910 and is ad- Florida, in the Federal Court and
tted to practice before the Su- the Supreme Court of the United
|>reme Court ami all Courts of States. lie is a member of the
State of Florida. He has con- Dade County and Florida State
. -iy engaged in the practice Bar Associations, the Episcopal
with offices in the Secur- ', Church and is a Mason.
HE TAKES OATH BEFORE ELECTION
ROSCOE BRUNSTETTER
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group 1
Democratic Primary. May 28, 1940
Ability Experience
Judicial Temperament
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
Dade and Monroe Counties
(Political Adv. r.ild for by Friends)
ELECT
MARSHALL C .
WISEHEART
YOUR LEGISLATOR
GROUP 2
Honest. Able and Intelligent
Representation for Dade County
(Paid Political Adv.)
Face the Issue
?
Does South Florida Want
DICTATORSHIP
OR DEMOCRACY
Propaganda, Machine Politics and
Controlled Plebiscites are the
TACTICS OF DICTATORS
WE WANT
True Democracy and Know We
Will Have It When We Elect
Re-elect
I
John J. Lindsey
Candidate for Judge
Civil Court of Record
CHARLES O. ANDREWS
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Sen. Andrews has fought for and can be depended upon to j
continue fighting for:
1. Keeping the United States out of war, except In defense of the !
Monroe Doctrine, and sufficient preparedness to make such a con- |
fliit improbable.
2. The protection and develop-
ment of Florida's agricultural
(products, particularly Its win-
ter fruits and vegetables, Sea
I bland cotton, and tobacco; tbe
removal of all restrictions
' against the production of sugar
I in the State.
S. Permanent security for the S~
' aged, the blind, tbe disabled; f
{ adequate provision for disabled
veterans, their widows and de-
pendents.
I
!
"DeedsNot Promises'
(Paid Polltli .ii Adv.) |
John J. Lindsey represented
Dade County in the State
Legislature for the past four
years. Was in the forefront
of every fight looking to
the benefit of public welfare
and of Dade County. Offers
2."i years experience in the
practice of law. With this
background he is well quali-
fied to hold the position lie
seeks.
Paid Polltl il Adi Frli

! SPESSARD
HOLLAND
AS GOVERNOR
A Liberal Friend of South Florida
Isaac Levin
Mitchell Wolf son
Rudy Adler
Stanley C. Myers
Paul H. Marks
Harry Simonhoff
H. H. Farr
Nat Roth
1-eo Eisenstein
Donald S. LaVigne
Dr. Frank Coret
Nat Blumberg
Benj. LeVine
Jack Greene
Ernest Sussman
Bernard S. Feiner
Harry L Davis
Dr. Harold Rand
S. B. Miller
Spencer Schwartz
Gus Ginsburg
Isidor Goldstein
Belle W. Levin
Mrs. Benj. LeVine
(Paid Political Adv.)
OUR ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF FLORIDA
He Will Be Legal Advisor To
The State And Not A
County Prosecutor
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PAGB BIGHT
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
-MAY 24. 19io
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION)
1S6 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi 49S Southwest 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2171
PMUtAHEHT CALENDAR
and
Daily services at 7 a. m
Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock.
Sabbath
l*te Friday evening services.
Friday evening 8:15.
Junior service*. Saturday 10:30
a. m.
Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p
Sunday School. Sunday
Group,
10:00
Sunday
Sunday
Bax-Mrtxrah
9:00 a. m.
Adult History Group,
10:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Meeting, third Wed-
nesday of Month.
REGULAR SERVICES
We wish to advise our many
members and friends that our
daily services are held at the Beth
David Synagogue every morning
at 7:30 and every evening at 6:30.
The Sabbath services take place
Saturday moming at 8:30.
During the services this Satur-
day, Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Aronovit* will be "Bar-
Mitzvah." The Rabbi will speak
briefly during the services. A
"Kiddush" will be given in the au- I
ditorium by the parents after the
services.
RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Talmud Torah: The summer se-
mester of the Beth David Talmud
Torah will begin the first week in
June. We therefore urge parents jeson Hammock. Ingraham H?gh-
t bring their children the re- way Coconut Grove, all dav Sun-
maining weeks in May in order day. Mrs. L J. Hartz and her
become acquainted with the'committee will be in charge of I
Bar-Mitzvah Group: The "Bar-
Mitzvah" group meet every Sun-
day morning from S to 1U under
the direction of Mr. Louis Gadon;
ices, Saturday 8:30 boys of 12 and over are eligible
to attend; the boys are taught the
melodies for the different "Por-
tions of Law.*'
Sunday School: Final examina-
tions of all classes were held last
Sunday morning. Closing exer-
cises and honor awards will be
made June 2 at 10 A. M. The
names of the honor students will
be mentioned next week.
CONFIRMATION EXERCISES
The following confirmants will
participate in the Confirmation
exercises to be held Sunday June
2: Bernice Freed, Evelyn Gold,
Clarice Gropper, Jules Katz, Dor-
othy Pepper, Irving Pont, Sara
Rose Schwartz. Ester Silverman,
Miriam Scheinberg. Joe Solomon.
Harvey Sootin and Zelda Syman.
The full program will be an-
nounced next week and the names
of the students of the Teacher's
Training group will be announced
at that time.
ANNUAL SUNDAY SCHOOL
PICNIC
The annual picnic for the Beth
David Sunday School will be held
'this coming Sunday at Matheson
Hammock, Ingraham Highway,
Coconut Grove. Students who do
not have means of transportation
are asked to meet at the Talmud
Torah before 9 o'clock. Do not
forget the change of picnic
grounds. It will be held at Math-
awards will comprise the pro-
gram during the day.
ANNUAL SISTERHOOD
PICNIC
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its annual picnic, all day Sunday,
June 23. The place to be an-
nounced later. Mrs. J. Engler
will serve as chairman of the af-
fair.
INSTALLATION
An unusually large attendance
was present at the installation of
officers of the Beth David Sister-
hood, at a luncheon, Wednesday
afternoon, May 15th. Mrs. Syn-
ney Palmer served as toastmist-
ress, and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
inducted the officers in a very
splendid fashion.
In tribute to the remarkable
, work rendered to the community
and Sisterhood by Mrs. Isiilor
Cohen, a beautiful resolution in-
scribed on parchment was pre-
sented to her by Mrs. Joseph Fine
j in behalf of the officers and Sis-
terhood. The resolution express
the satisfaction of the Sisterhood
for the fine work of its retiring
president, and as a result elected
her to the honorary presidency of
the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Bee Siegel was installed as
president for the ensuing year and
in few well chosen words ex-
pressed a fen-ent prayer for un-
ity, loyalty and co-operation
among all members of the organi-
zation. Mrs. Cohen summed up
the year's work and extended her
gratitude to all officers and mem-
bers.
CONGRATULATIONS
We extend our felicitations to
Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld and
Mr. Herbert Simon at their mar-
riage this coming Sunday after-
noon. May they and their respect-
ive families have reciprocal
"Nachas."
We also extend felicitations to
Miss Miriam Schindler and Mr.
Edward Leven at their marriage
this Sunday afternoon and we al-
so wish them and their families
continuous joy in the future.
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CLYDE L ALLEN
Lawyer for 21 Years
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FOURTH DISTRICT
Precincts 75 to 82 and 86 to 108
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of Starke
A Native Floridian and Lifelong
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CANDIDATE FOR
STATE
TREASURER
Subje May 28. 1910
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
WILL BE APPRECIATED
VOTE RIGHT FOR
WAINWRIGHT
(Political Adv. Paid for by Friends)
Has Made You a Good Judge
Norman Hendry, as judge of
the Civil Court of Record, hart
done such a splendid, high type
service for nil classes of resi-
dents of Dsde County that he
merits and should receive the
support and vote of all think-
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chance! You KNOW Judge
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right place. Be sure to vote
for Judge Hendry.
(Paid Political Adv.)
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FRIDAY, MAY 24. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE \ THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCHWARTZ) letiimiiimttmuittiHiu By MARGIE ROBKRTS Secretary to the Executive Director Don't get excited 'tis only me acting as correspondent in the absence of our editor and executive director due to the B'nai B'rith Convention in Roanoke, Virginia which has taken many of our boys up thataway. However, the gang is expected back in Miami tonight so if you will bear with me, but not too hard, I'm sure everything will be all right. Good afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. America and all the ships at sea. Let's go to press: FLASH! On June 5th, Wednesday evening, the Si iiinr Men'l Division will hold their annual elections that there is I'ciidin'. folks. FLASH! The Bingo Party, sponsored by the Y. W. II. A., of which .Mrs. Ann Lieberman was chairman (ami a very swellagant one i seems to have been a major success. Outdoor Bingo is not a bad idea! Junior Division :. \sii: The Sally's and Harry's 'round these parts are discussing pro anil ion the advisability of a Dip Dance at the Sea Glades Cabana or a Skating Party at the Met this seems to be their greatest worry and we hope that their worries will always be concerned with pleasure Why don't all you boys and gals between the ages of l'i to 21 come around and meet the folks? What have you got to lose? Incidentally, Miss Evelyn Keene, representing the Y from this division in the Junior Hadassah May Queen Contest held last Sunday, placed third. You have our heartiest congrats, Miss Evelyn. "Y"-F.ttes FLASH! Yes mam! This group gits together at the Y on Saturday evenings with Mrs. Pearl Keisman. Send your daughter over, that is if she is between 13 to 16 years of age, and let Jier enjoy herself as well as meet some other fine young ladies. The Forum FLASH FLASH! Wow-lhis gang is planning a party to be .given on May 30th, that Decoration Day and won't we all be decorated? This group of boys and girls between the ;tgcs of IS C" 25 holds meetings every Thursday evening at the Y. They have had some very Interesting speakers recently bearing on the Cultural side but they have decided to let their hair down on Decoration Day and throw a party, open only to those who are members. You still have time to join! News Round Town DEBUNKING THF. BCNK! Wasn't Kthel Mintzer surprised when she won the Title of May Queen at the Hadassah affair last Sunday night Congrats from the Y, Ethel, you worked hard We also extend heartiest Congrats to Miss Josephine Raxin, second placer, Miss Evelyn Keene, third place, and Miss Bemice Miller who came in fourth %  these gals really worked hard for that title and deserve commendation ...LET'S GO TO TOWN WITH THE TEAM ... the Y is sponsoring two diamond ball teams this year one team in the Miami Beach League and the other in the Civic League of Miami All of those interested in this sport, contact Lou Safan, Mickey Lubel, or Dr. Barney Weinkle Incidentally, the Y went to bat Thursday night, May 23rd, in a double header WOW! We're off to a last start. Home Camp On Sunday afternoon, June 9th at 2:(i(i o'clock there will be a Parents-Campers Rally at the Y. All parents of the respective campers are invited to attend and bring their children with them. Games will be played and a fine program is being arranged by Mrs. Ann Lieberman, chairman of the Camp Committee. Refreshments will be served. More details will be announced in later issues. SURPRISE: The Camp Committee, together with the Executive Director, has selected a Chief Counsellor for the Home (amp. But to make you a little bit CUriOUS and anxious, we will withhold tinname of this party until next week. But resl assured that we have iiH of the most outstanding young men in this vicinity ami one well liked by all. We really 'Vi 1 foi tunate that we are going to have him with us tor the children. Strauss and members of the Y. W. Board. In charge of the bingo games were Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wilson, assisted by Mr. Leon Lieberman and Mrs. Joseph J. Berraan. Winning prizes donated by the Wolpert Furniture Company, were .Mis. Joseph J. Berman and Mis. Frances Levenson. • SPONSOR PICNIC The members and children of the Men's Division and Ladies Auxiliary of the Freda Markowitz Post 174 of the Jewish War Veterans will sponsor an all day picnic Sunday May 26th beginning at 11 p. m. at Matheson Hammock, Coconut Grove. Games, entertainment and refreshments will be enjoyed. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • MEETING POSTPONED The Hadassah board meeting has been postponed to Friday morning May 31st at 10:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Max Dobrin, TEMPLE ISRAEL 1S7 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 8-77tt RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN, P>h. O. RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN •9*6 Indian Crask Drive—-l 16* no N. E. Slat 8t— I-SS4I MIAMI BEACH MIAMI Either er both of the Rabbis will be la the Temple every moraln*. Tou may consul: with them on matters concerning the Jewls coaaaau. alty. or yeur peisenal problems. Tou will be aaaured %  yrapethetle hearing and advice, and, needless to say. each natter will he held la strict cenfldenoe. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES Friday evening, May 24th, 8:15 p. m. the sermon: "The Fortune board members are urged to • nt. SPINOZA FORUM MEETS Junior Hadassah By Elsie Kronenfeld Congratulations Kthel Mintzer! You made a lovely May Day Queen. We know you were thrilled. .lose]!iine Raxin and Evelyn Keene were runner-ups. The board of Junior Hadassah composed the court of honor. Among these trills were Rosalyn Klein, Anne Grossman, Sylvia Schatzman, Rose Kasanof. Hose Pushkoff, Ruthye Bernstein and Janic Gcrshon. Mr. Harry Breskin was master of ceremonies and Mrs. Lillian Simonhoff, president of Senior Hadassah, crowned the queen. Excellent music for dancing was furnished by a prominent orchestra. Hilda Breskin, chairman, deserves a vote of thanks from us all. Among those seen were Mr. and Mrs. Al Green, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Koretsky, Molly and Dave Baer, liana Mack, Kosalyn Klein. Dr. Samuel Beckman, Ida Safer, Nat Konen, Anita Bernstein, Marty Engel, Fay Kngel. Paul Block Nellie and Sidney Caplan, Dorothy and Davis I-ickowitz, Evelyn Rhinestein, Irving Stark, Kuyiln and Aaron Froelich and many, many, many Others, too numerous to mention. Best wishes Helen Simon. All of us are happy over your engagement to Paul Sokoloff. We were all surprised when Jeannette announced it and we know you will both be very happy. Don't forget folks our next meeting is this coming Monday night, May 27th at Beth David. Flection of officers will be in order. Israel will be held at Kaplan Hall. Mrs. B. B. Berkeley is the chairman in charge of arrangements. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will present a surprise program of entertainment. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis will act as toastmistress. Mrs. Henry I). Williams will install the officers. In addition to the members of i he Board of Directors, the following officers will be installed: S\i:i:ATH MOKNING SERVICES ** Max Steuer, president; M,-. Max OrovitZ, first vice president; Mrs. H. I. Homa, second vice pres1240 Alton Road, Miami Beach. All M aga zine Poll on Religion" will delivered by Rabbi Column A. Zwitman with the serviceconducted by Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan. Interpretation of Biblical Por"Enough for Everybody" willltion by Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan and be the topic of the lecture by A. the services conducted by Rabbi lde "*' MrSl Manuel Joseloff, reM. Newman before the Spinoza Colman A. Zwitman with particiSaturday afternoon on thelpation of Confirmation Class. lawn at 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Dr. .1. M. Martinez will lecture before the group on 'Health" and Wednesday evening Dr. Abraham Wolf son will speak on Astronomy. Open discussion follows all these lectures. There is no charge. The public is welcome. • MOONLIGHT RIDE TO BE HELD The Men'Club of Temple Israel will hold a Moonlight Sail Tues15 A R MITZVAH The Bar Mitzvah celebration of Benjamin jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston, will be held at the Temple services this Saturday morning May 25th, 1940, at 11:00 a. m. A Reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah, will be tendered by his parents after the morning service. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Sunday morning, May 26th closjcording secretary; Mrs. Benj. E. Bronston, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jos. Weintraub, assistant corresponding secretary', Mrs. Sam I.uby, financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treasurer; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor. Members of the Sisterhood are urged to attend as a symbol of future support and cooperation. MEN'S CLUB The Men's Club of Temple Israel is at present conducting a membership drive. Applications have been sent to all Temple day evening May 2Sth at 9 P-mto students havin aboard the Yacht Seven Seas, Pier certificates S. Miami, features ol the evening will be dancing, community singing, refreshments and listening to eh li'" returns. Admission is one dollar per person and due to limited capacity reservations should be made immediately, The committee in charge of arrangements are Harry Gordon, Harry Boyell, Dr. Alfred Augustine. Myron M.j" M ., v .? ..'. games and election returns. Ticket of admission are $1.00 per person. There being only limited space and limited number of reservations, we advise you to call immediately the Men's Club Committee. SISTERHOOD Monday, May 27th at 12:30 p. ron M. Newman. IN M E.MORI AM "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evoning, the memory of the following will be bellowed: Yahrzeits: Louis Kaplan, father of Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan and Mrs. Leo Stein; David Aronovitz, father of Dr. Sam'l Aronovitz and Mr. Abe Aronovitz: Celia Ruth, mother of Mr. Nat Roth. Floral offerings for the pulpit last Friday, in memory of their beloved departed, were sei.t by Mr. m." the Annual Installation Lunch-| and Mrs. Arthur Tr.ister, and eon of the Sisterhood of Temple I Mrs. Henry D. Williams. LETTER SERVICE WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP 172 N. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-2162 MIAMI, FLORIDA We Call for and Deliver 1.-R4R7 L^ I* tht REST! EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Emanary Proprietors Super Full Circle Retreading and Vulcanizing Used Tires-Bargain9 Road Service 400-15 Fiat Tires The Only Place in Town Who Makes Them 1501 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-0673 m



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FRIDAY. MAY 24. 1940 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE SEVEN POLITICAL BRIEFS R BCO Brunstetter, candidate for Judge 1 of the Circuit Court of ilu Eleventh Judicial Circuit of |a in Division A. has boon an Miami communal worker and resident since H>26. He was prominent in the establishment of ity building and is active in many | Spessard L. Holland, candidate civic, communal and fraternal orfor Governor of the State of Florganizations. ida. in the second primary, pledges self determination by counties of law enforcement and no interference with local officers 1,1 ofhandliiiK law enforcement situai oral Gables and believes that the .;,„.. i • • ttons unless investigation proves Candidate for State Legislature in Group Two from Dade County. -Mai shall Wiseheart resides the University of Miami, was gen; a m growth of the community demands that legislators should be chosen who will give their honest it necessary. Among the other planks of his platform, are the support of the Everglades Na.. community Chest and active L iation of whi h he hM ^ „ d| Sot ; <"" section of the ,.r of many organizations. rector f th country, building of a four lane ,. Rrunatetter believes that !?TT. ., J > M !" highway from Georgia to Miami; ,,-al chairman of t f he ii rTOr f aniza ; ing existing problems, t ion D m Mr. Brunstetter believes that there is a definite work that he |a as Judge to help expedite justice and by eliminating delays and costly procedure to make proper court action available to all citizens upon terms of actual money costs that everyone can mi i-t. sincere efforts towards BOlVtiona park; making Dadc cou He is a and is active in civic movements. John .). Lindsey, candidate for Judge of the Civil Court of Record, has been a practicing attorney for the past twenty five years, was admitted to the Bar of Mississippi in 1912, Tennessee, in 1913, Arkansas in 1915, and Flor[ ida in 1927, He has represented lyde A. Allen, candidate for ] Dade County in the State Legisth< Board of Public Instruction lature for the past four years, has from the 4th District of Dade served a term as Mayor of Miami County, came to Miami in 1929 Shores Village having been electGeorgia. Mr. Allen, a lawyer with offices in Coral Gables, ites progressive. efficient and economical administration of offices, civil service regnlaunder the merit system for time public employees, with Phi fraternity. on maintenance and de. : t of educational facilii I he f .ture citizenship and ed to this office for three consecutive terms. He is a member of the Dade, Florida and American Bar Associations, a director of the Dade County Bar Association and is a member of the Delta Theta Candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court in the second primary iare deal for the teaching fraGeorge K. McCaskill, has been a v upon which this so largely practicing attorney of more than wenty light years and a resilient if Miami for the same time. He las served as attorney for the a complet program to raise the standards of education throughout the state; intelligent development of a far reaching agricultural program; opposition to any sales tax; opposition to the gross sales receipts tax; and a long range conservation program for the state. Mr. Holland says: "I will give a clean, wholesome and efficient government and will see that the big counties in the southeastern section of the state receive their fair share of state benefits." FOR FLOWERS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS rail McAllister, Florist 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 dc] %  Candidate for State Legislature Group 2 in the second primary. Board of County Commissioners, Thomas B. Everhart is a native City Attorney for Miami Beach I'loridian coming to Miami 19 and County Solicitor. He is adyears ago. He has been a practicmined to practice in all courts of c lawyer since 1910 and is adFlorida, in the Federal Court and tted to practice before the Suthe Supreme Court of the United |>reme Court ami all Courts of States. lie is a member of the State of Florida. He has conDade County and Florida State -iy engaged in the practice Bar Associations, the Episcopal with offices in the Secur', Church and is a Mason. HE TAKES OATH BEFORE ELECTION ROSCOE BRUNSTETTER FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 Democratic Primary. May 28, 1940 Ability — Experience Judicial Temperament Your Vote and Support Appreciated Dade and Monroe Counties (Political Adv. r.ild for by Friends) ELECT MARSHALL C WISEHEART YOUR LEGISLATOR GROUP 2 Honest. Able and Intelligent Representation for Dade County (Paid Political Adv.) Face the Issue ? Does South Florida Want DICTATORSHIP OR DEMOCRACY Propaganda, Machine Politics and Controlled Plebiscites are the TACTICS OF DICTATORS WE WANT True Democracy and Know We Will Have It When We Elect Re-elect —I John J. Lindsey Candidate for Judge Civil Court of Record CHARLES O. ANDREWS UNITED STATES SENATOR Sen. Andrews has fought for and can be depended upon to j continue fighting for: 1. Keeping the United States out of war, except In defense of the Monroe Doctrine, and sufficient preparedness to make such a con| fliit improbable. 2. The protection and development of Florida's agricultural ( products, particularly Its winter fruits and vegetables, Sea I bland cotton, and tobacco; tbe • removal of all restrictions against the production of sugar I in the State. • S. Permanent security for the S~ aged, the blind, tbe disabled; f { adequate provision for disabled veterans, their widows and dependents. I "Deeds—Not Promises' (Paid Polltli .ii Adv.) | John J. Lindsey represented Dade County in the State Legislature for the past four years. Was in the forefront of every fight looking to the benefit of public welfare and of Dade County. Offers 2."i years experience in the practice of law. With this background he is well qualified to hold the position lie seeks. Paid Polltl il Adi Frli SPESSARD HOLLAND AS GOVERNOR A Liberal Friend of South Florida Isaac Levin Mitchell Wolf son Rudy Adler Stanley C. Myers Paul H. Marks Harry Simonhoff H. H. Farr Nat Roth 1-eo Eisenstein Donald S. LaVigne Dr. Frank Coret Nat Blumberg Benj. LeVine Jack Greene Ernest Sussman Bernard S. Feiner Harry L Davis Dr. Harold Rand S. B. Miller Spencer Schwartz Gus Ginsburg Isidor Goldstein Belle W. Levin Mrs. Benj. LeVine (Paid Political Adv.) OUR ATTORNEY GENERAL STATE OF FLORIDA He Will Be Legal Advisor To The State And Not A County Prosecutor (Paid Political Advertisement)



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PAGB SIX FRIDAY. MAY 21. 1910 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Arcane and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabkl I2S Michigan Avion Tbona t-1111 MAURICE MAMCHE8. 0nr 5(5 Euclid Avenua %  I-norm fc-IOll SYNAGOGUE SEVICES Shachriss: Daily at 8:00 a. m.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Mincha: Daily at 6:45 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Maariv: Daily at 7:15 p. m.; Saturday at 7:30 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." I-ast week's guest speaker was Rabbi M. Graubart of New York. SYNAGOGUE IMPROVEMENTS Lighting fixtures are to be installed in our synagogue within the next three months. A contract has been made with a local company for this purpose. It calls for complete installation of modern, beautiful fixtures both in and outside of our new synagogue building. Stained glass windows are being installed slowly during the summer months. Ten windows have already been purchased by contributors and installed. Those interested in having a stained glass window dedicated in their name or in the name of some dear one are asked to communicate with any of the synagogue officosity of Mrs. Jacob Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker. The windows will be dedicated to the memory of the late Mr. Jacob Becker, and will depict the giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai, and the dual function of the synagogue as place of prayer and study. RED CROSS APPEAL Our synagogue is again the first in our community to make a drive for Red Cross Funds. Rabbi Mescheloff made an appeal at the sen-ices last Saturday morning. Already an appreciable response has been forthcoming. All others wishing to help the Red Cross in its monumental work of charity and aid A summer session will be held throughout the summer months during the morning hours. Registration for children for this summer course is now in progress. It will begin Monday, June 10th at 9 A. M. This year's Sunday sessions have broken all previous records in matters of attendance, amount of material covered, and children's grades. Special appreciation must be expressed to the entire faculty for their devotion, their personal interest in each child's problems and performance. Thanks must also be expressed to the synagogue and sisterhood for doing all within their power to supply adequately each class with equipment and each child with text books and work material for the courses. SEXTON RETURNS FROM SHORT VACATION Mr. Feit has returned from a week's vacation during which time he visited his father and Mishin Europe are asked to bring their 'pacha in New York, and attended, contributions to the synagogue ofas the sole delegate from the stair of Florida, the national convention of the Mizrachi Organization )f America. MIZRACHI PICNIC The Miami Beach Mizrachi will meeting. Final plans and instructions for the picnic were made and given. In the absence of our resident, Dr. B. DcKoven, Cantor Maurice Mamches is the acting president. Mrs. A. Berow is president of the women's division. SCHOOL GRADUATION The graduation exercises of our Sunday Sessions will be held Sunday night, June 2 at 8 P. M. at the synagogue. A beautiful program has been prepared. Gifts will be distributed to each graduate. A class presentation will be made to the school. Addresses will be made by the students and words of greeting and instruction by the Rabbi, the president of our synagogue, Mr. M. B. Frank; Mrs. B. H. London, Sisterhood president; Mr. I. D. Spivak, chairman of the Board of Education, and others. The public is welcome. Refreshments will be served by the mothers of the graduates. fice. RELIGIOUS SCHOOL Our Religious School will celebrate the close of this year's Sunday morning sessions at a special assembly held Sunday conduct a Lag B'Omer picnic at morning at 10 A. M. Final examGreynolds park this Sunday, inations were held last Sunday. I Transportation facilities will be Promotions will be announced at [available at the synagogue from this assembly. Prizes for special 10 t0 n A M an<1 on tno grounds ers. All the windows for the front face of the synagogue will be installed as a single unit within the next two weeks. This has been made possible through the generThanks I APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE OF CONFIDENCE BOB EGNOR attainments and excellence in extra-curricular work will be presented at this time. Prizes for best J.N.F. collections made by our students on Flower Day, last Sunday, will also be given at this time. A Lag B'Omer picnic will be held at Greynolds park immediSOILS PHONE 7-6464 L. C. MORRIS PAVING. TRUCKING. GRADING ROCK, SAND FILL and SOILS Specializing in PULVERIZED SOILS 3738 N. W. 18th AVENUE MIAMI FLOIDA For the Finest in STRICTLY KOSHER Meats & Poultry PHONE 2-4994 MALEK'S 1832 S. W. Eighth St. from 5 to 6 P. M. Participating in this picnic are members of the Pioneer Women, the A.Z.A. branch, the Minnionaires, the Habanoth, the Arbeiter Verband, The Young Judeans, and other Jewish organizations of Miami Beach. Refreshments will be given to ately after the assembly. The enl aI1 ticket holders by the Mizrachi tire staff of teachers will accomon the grounds. Sandwiches, salpany the children. An elaborate ads etc -. wil1 also D served. A program of activities has been special committee for this purpose prepared and will be under the l was selected at the meeting of the direct supervision of the faculty. Mizrachi on Thursday night. Since Refreshments and food will be no sales will be permitted on the given at the park by the Sistergrounds, tickets which are worth i hood. Every child registered in ; their price in food, must be obj our daily and Sunday classes is tailed before leaving. Tiny can invited to this free picnic. l^ hud at the synagogue office. Final examinations in the daily ( from any officer of the men's [ school classes will be held the or women's division of the Miami j first week in June and will exBeach Mizrachi. tend throughout the entire week, i Mr Feit gave a complete report Promotions will be announced on 0I tnc national Convention of the June Cth. |Mizrachi at the Thursday night VOTE FOR AND ELECT Koolmotor GASOLENE and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. GEO. E. MGASKILL Candidate For JUDGE of the CIRCUIT COURT Advocates: Speedy, orderly, dignified and courteous ad ministration of justice. Running to succeed Judge Worth W. Trammell (Political AilTM-tiH.-m.nt PiUd for fcy rrlands) Announcing the Opening of Two Summer 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 Booklet nd Further Information, Write. RABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA To the Voters: Again THANKS for your wonderful vote of confidence in the Primary of May 7th. There will be NO DELAY in the votinj of MAY 28TH FRIMARY as there are fewer candidates and better fa cilititts have been provided for PROMPT VOTING. I am asking your continued INFLUENCE and VOTE— Please do not think that I do not need your vote—I NEED YOU AND YOUR FRLEND3—to help me to return to office. YOUR FAITHFUL SERVANT J L G R I E R SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Do Not Fail to Vote HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE HIS OPPONENT THE CANDIDATE TO WHOM TO TIE because HE is Not Tied to the Apron? St rings of ANY Interests! He Remains Predominantly, the People's Preference Francis P. Whitehair FOR GOVERNOR (Paid for by Palm Beach County Friends of Whitehair) HENRY H. FILER Candidate COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No. 2 Knows All The Needs of His District Subject to Democratic Primary, May, 1940 Will Appreciate Your Support (Paid Political Adv.) ELECT THOMAS I, EVERHART Your Next LEGISLATOR in GROUP NO. 2 "Your Vote and Support Appreciated" (Paid Political Adv.) D



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.•> PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH FLORID IAN FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940 wJewisti ftcridiwi PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. 0. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICE8 21 S. W. Second Avenue f J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor FRED K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Blumberg and "Give Me" Harry Schwartz aptly discovered that the best defense is an offense when they sheepishly retired from a Roanoke taxi upon being so directed, only to discover thai boys are boys. Stanley "Nominating" Myers brought his brief case along which was used by "Alfalfa" 1 allot to great advantage for his Inverted leg while sleeping through the Cultural Program headed by Dr. Frank Coret. _o— Enough cannot be said of the .response of the delegates of the ] a complete report on the political, traveling, social legal and fun side of the entire Convention. There will be more to talk about than can be fitted into a book. Even Fred Shochet and Maurice Grossman heard and saw enough .„ the Convention to make for material for months to come. SOCIETY OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Mcnths FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1940 VOLUME 13—No. 21 WEDDING TO TAKE PLACE The marriage of Miss Aarolyn Fifth District to the load of coPhyllis Kopelowitz to David Litconuts conceived by Dave Emmer vag will take place Sunday Naj and brought with the assistance L -,;th in St. Louis, Mo. The cupof Ernest Sussman to Roanoke. pie will spend their honeymoon in Ike Levin and Abe Aronovitz so Nassau. Havana and Miami Beach. praised the coconuts at the ConMrs. M. .1. Kopelowitz, aunt ol the volition that one of our Miami delbride, of Miami, is now in St. ft.00 egates became so enthused over Louis for the wedding. $100 their value that he actually conceived the lovely idea Of returnCARD PARTY ing one home to his wife. TO BE HELD _„ xhe Beth Jacob Sisterhood will For the serious side, the entire sponsor a card party Monday afdelegation was happy that our ternoo I 10th at 1:30 p. m. Brothers Ike Levin and Al Pallol at the V I H. el Gardens, ML h. Vai 1 'US >ard game s WINNER OF MEDAL Ronald Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mann, was the winner of the Speech Medal for Public Speaking awarded by the P. T. A. of the Coral Cables Junior High School, for his original speech entitVd "The Cause of the World War." • • • I HI BETA MEETS At the last meeting of the Tri Beta Sorority, th • slate of officers for the forthcoming year was presented, including Ina Stem r. president; Lillian Rubin, vice president; Ilarriotte Katz, corresponding secretary; Joyce Oren, recording secretary; Pearl Ginsberg, treasurer and Elaine Maer, auditor. Miss Gladys Wolfe, member of Tri Beta, was crowned May Queen Of Edison High School and Miss Elaine Maer. also a member, received the honor of attaining the highest scholastic average at Miami Senior High School. • • • LAG B'OMER PICNIC in BE HELD The entire enrollment and staff of Beth Jacob Religious S will hold their Lag B'Omer picnic y all day at Greynolds free transportation has been arFIFTH COLUMN IN THE UNITED STATES America has much to learn from u'hal has happened in Europe in recent weeks. Oslo was betrayed to the enemy by such traitors as Major Vidkuii Quisling. In Holland. Anton A. Mussert, Dutch Nazi leader, announced before the German invasion that in the event of war his followers would not aid the Government, but would remain with "arms folded." Actually, the Dutch Nazis did not keep their arms folded, but gave open support to the Nazi parachutists. In Belgium, too, traitors behind the lines aided the invaders. In England, Sir Oswald Mo-.le.vV Fascists are agitating against the Jews in an effort to disrupt Britain's unity. The British Government has been forced to take vigorous measures to check the Fascists' activities The British people are taking their own measures to show their feelings—a Fascist rally was broken up and Fascist headquarters stoned. The "fifth column" has emerged in the present war as a military factor of major importance. Notice that Quisling, Mussert and Mosley are not German spies sent from Berlin. They are( respectively, a Norwegian, a Hollander and an Englishman whose anti-democratic sentiments have led them to serve the interests of the enemy. America, too. has its fifth column. It has recently been disclosed that the Christian Front has adopted new tactics—to have its members scatter anonymously on the streets and engage innocent bystanders in discussions in which they aim to stress the Jewish "role" in the war The German-American Bund has gone underground, and its hand appears in such meetings as that recently in Pittsburgh, which was broken up bv the police when it turned out to be a Nazi rally. The fifth column in the United States will use every method to weaken American unity. One of the weapons in the arsenal is antiSemitism. t|he objective is to confuse the people by an "ad heminem ,nt—blaming a specific group for the war. Beware took >tho top honors with the ami Presidential and General Comwill be played, prizes aw mittee elections, respectively, and and refreshments served. I „o loss to hnot,,! is the fact that may be obtain*! from the • Mrs Sol Goldstrom was elected committee or door. Further de"".President for the new Fifth tails will be announced in next ranged, refreshment. _and d ict for the Ladies Auxiliary, week's issue. —o— -In love" Milton Friedman was CELEBRATES considerably chagrined when the ANNIVERSARY 1020 Battalion descended in CoMr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin, now lumbia, South Carolina, to share residing at 1519 Drexel Ave., Mithe affection of the fair damsel ami Beach, are receiving congratWho is about to gain the name of illationfront their many friends. Friedman through themedium of on the celebration of their twenmatrimony. Milton at 135 pounds ty-fifth wedding anniversary May in this corner, is still battling his 30th. way to get close enough to kiss his fiancegoodbye. t I SITS _o_ HERE We had two charming ladies on Mrs. David Klein of New York. the' trip which helped to preserve sister of Mr. Leon Elkin. is visitsome degree of the gentlemanly ing in Miami with her sister Mrs. spirit which none could seem to Nathan Shadloff. find at times among thedelegates Mrs. Isaac Levin anel Mrs. Sol CAMP Goldstrom. They are mighty fine TO OPEN sports, not only keeping tilings The Blue Mountain Camps, ununder control when necessary but dor the same directorship for the very inspiring for every one of past twenty years, will soon open the brothers. arguiiu f anyone who seeks to simplify the issues of'the present war by ascribing it to a small minority. The I'nited States is not at war. but it has an urgent need or The fifth column in America is marching against that unity. unity. B'NAI ITRITH T NOTES by Harold Turk THE NAKED TRUTH By Al Pallot The marvelous suicide battalion of Sholem Lodge delegates steamlined and air-fitted, with the 1^^ produced from "whit"* •> %  exuberance of youth and tomfoolpeared tQ be an ordinary 8uitcase ery exciting their spirit and incontaining shirts shoes sox> etc t eluding their famous Metropolil8andwiche8> pick ies, cakes and tan Opera Glee Club, headed goodieg in geneTal The atmo jointly by I-eo Eisenstein Of the gphere wag goon transformed to whispering Eisensteins," and Marx .^ ^ Md 8me ,j ike the Rose Feinberg, "the boy with the big jda e ^ everybody was happy triumphantly departed |Sam Mmer wag overheard to 8ay The melodious synchronized air music of Rudy Adler was conspicuous for its presence and was tragically accepted by President Abbott in the Convention Hall at the conclusion of an exemplary address concluded by a burst upon the atmosphere with such force as to strike Dave Emmer squarely in the face. Was whose face red ? At the banquet Leo Eisenstein praised America too highly and from there on he was on the whispering campaign. On the train at midnight Rudy *> will be served by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, and various athletic contests and games will be featthe day. All arc invited to attend. POLITICAL BRIEFS DeLand, May 28 — (Special) Accepting the challenge Francis Whitchair is conducting a sweeping and vigorous attack upon his opponent's legislative re-cord. which the DeLand candidate for governor charges is a record in the interest of Wall street and big bu 8 i n e s s. discriminatory against the common people and an assault upon Florida democracy. Reiterating that he would seek : i other office elective or apintive -during his term as govfor the summer season. The camps ernor, Francis Whitehair said that _o_ are situated high in the Pocono behad no "burning ambition" to We wonder is any one regrets Mountains, consisting of over 600 make a political career cut of his the fact that Abe Aronovitz as acres and a largeprivatelake, career. Among the Whitehair chairman of the Convention Comand only 90 miles from New York proposals to change things in Yaltnittee, found that every delegate City or Philadelphia. Separate lahassee, patch up the loop holes. enjoyed a splendid trip and that camps for boys and girls arecut out the red tape and political the chairman found it a very exmaintained, under capable and hand outs, provide adequately for pensive one. mature counsellors. Our schools out of existing state o revenue. improve governmental New converts to the spirit of DUTCH SUPPER services without additional taxaP.'nai B'rith and their ConvenTO BE GIVEN tion and in general restore pubtions are to be found in Bernard The Sisterhood of the Miami lie confidence in state governFeiner, (Ins Ginsberg, Isidore Beach Jewish ('enter will hold a ment. Goldstein. Hy Horowitz. Harry Dutch Supper and games Sunday Rayvis, Harry Schwartz. Harry evening May 26th at S p, m. at Davis and Leo Chaikin. Watch their building. Euclid Ave. and these "first-timers" in Miami 14th Place. Miami Beach, Door work for new members and for prizes will be awarded, dancing the greater building of a better enjoyed and various card games Sholem Idge. j played. Tickets may be obtained —o— at the door. Open meetings of Marx Feinberg and Abe Aronothe Sisterhood are held the first vitz insist the next time they go and third Tuesday evenings at 8 to a convention and are required p. m. All ladies interested In to take care of the finances that joining are cordially invited to they are going to bring along their attend, own personal, private Certified i • • LEAVES FOR NORTH from Miami under the capable leadership of our beloved Ike Levin and the spiritual guidance of Rabbi Greenstein of West Palm Beach. "everything I like is fattening or moral." "You can't do this to me," Judge Norman Hendry claims the endorsement of labor I his candidacy to succeed himself as judge of the Civil Court, as well as being endorsed by lawyers, members of the bench and various American groups who, he says, believe the office of judge should be safeguarded from any possible intolerance, or by someone whose ability as a judge is unI known. Public Accountant. —oBen LeVine not only thoroughly Candidate tor State Treasurer in the second primary, W. M. (Bill) Wainwright, of Starke. Florida is a native Floridian aid Mrs. Bertha B. Levy accompanenjoyed the trip but is quoted as ied by her family will leave for says "If the people of my native saying "We want more and bigger Baltimore. Md., and Washington. I State see fit to honor me with D. C.i where she will open her this promotion, I promise them an Camp Wohelo for the summer seahonest, efficient and economical administration." During his work conventions." As he does in Miami he diligently assisted in every caucus and every detail of the trip. Ernest Sussman represented Seagoard as well as Sholem Lodge and saw to it that everyone had a lovely trip. If you would like to spend an interesting evening attend the next meeting of Sholem Lodge son. I in civic works he has served the RETURNS TO .state as auditing clerk in the CITY v "" comptroller's office; Abstract and Mrs. William Friedman r?' Appropriation clerk; one of the turned to the city from Columbia, four State Bank Examiners; one South Carolina where she visited of the state auditors; one of the with the Stern family to com-'assistant state treasurers; Sta'.e plete arrangements for the wed-'Cai.lt Examiner; chief mortgagding of her son Milton, which will Risk Examiner for Florida for take place next month. the FHA and State Auditor. 9



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'A-J PAGB BIGHT THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN -MAY 24. 19io CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI'S PIONEER CONGREGATION) 1S6 NORTHWEST THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi— 49S Southwest 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2171 •PMUtAHEHT CALENDAR and Daily services at 7 a. m Friday evening, 5:30 o'clock. Sabbath l*te Friday evening services. Friday evening 8:15. Junior service*. Saturday 10:30 a. m. Hebrew School. 3:15 to 6:15 p Sunday School. Sunday Group, 10:00 Sunday Sunday Bax-Mrtxrah 9:00 a. m. Adult History Group, 10:30 a. m. Sisterhood Meeting, third Wednesday of Month. REGULAR SERVICES We wish to advise our many members and friends that our daily services are held at the Beth David Synagogue every morning at 7:30 and every evening at 6:30. The Sabbath services take place Saturday moming at 8:30. During the services this Saturday, Alfred, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aronovit* will be "BarMitzvah." The Rabbi will speak briefly during the services. A "Kiddush" will be given in the auI ditorium by the parents after the services. RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Talmud Torah: The summer semester of the Beth David Talmud Torah will begin the first week in June. We therefore urge parents jeson Hammock. Ingraham H?ght bring their children the reway Coconut Grove, all dav Sunmaining weeks in May in order day. Mrs. L J. Hartz and her become acquainted with the'committee will be in charge of I Bar-Mitzvah Group: The "BarMitzvah" group meet every Sunday morning from S to 1U under the direction of Mr. Louis Gadon; ices, Saturday 8:30 boys of 12 and over are eligible to attend; the boys are taught the melodies for the different "Portions of Law.*' Sunday School: Final examinations of all classes were held last Sunday morning. Closing exercises and honor awards will be made June 2 at 10 A. M. The names of the honor students will be mentioned next week. CONFIRMATION EXERCISES The following confirmants will participate in the Confirmation exercises to be held Sunday June 2: Bernice Freed, Evelyn Gold, Clarice Gropper, Jules Katz, Dorothy Pepper, Irving Pont, Sara Rose Schwartz. Ester Silverman, Miriam Scheinberg. Joe Solomon. Harvey Sootin and Zelda Syman. The full program will be announced next week and the names of the students of the Teacher's Training group will be announced at that time. ANNUAL SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The annual picnic for the Beth David Sunday School will be held 'this coming Sunday at Matheson Hammock, Ingraham Highway, Coconut Grove. Students who do not have means of transportation are asked to meet at the Talmud Torah before 9 o'clock. Do not forget the change of picnic grounds. It will be held at Mathawards will comprise the program during the day. ANNUAL SISTERHOOD PICNIC Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual picnic, all day Sunday, June 23. The place to be announced later. Mrs. J. Engler will serve as chairman of the affair. INSTALLATION An unusually large attendance was present at the installation of officers of the Beth David Sisterhood, at a luncheon, Wednesday afternoon, May 15th. Mrs. Synney Palmer served as toastmistress, and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz inducted the officers in a very splendid fashion. In tribute to the remarkable work rendered to the community and Sisterhood by Mrs. Isiilor Cohen, a beautiful resolution inscribed on parchment was pre%  sented to her by Mrs. Joseph Fine j in behalf of the officers and Sisterhood. The resolution express the satisfaction of the Sisterhood for the fine work of its retiring president, and as a result elected her to the honorary presidency of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Bee Siegel was installed as president for the ensuing year and in few well chosen words expressed a fen-ent prayer for unity, loyalty and co-operation among all members of the organization. Mrs. Cohen summed up the year's work and extended her gratitude to all officers and members. CONGRATULATIONS We extend our felicitations to Miss Jeanette Kronenfeld and Mr. Herbert Simon at their marriage this coming Sunday afternoon. May they and their respective families have reciprocal "Nachas." We also extend felicitations to Miss Miriam Schindler and Mr. Edward Leven at their marriage this Sunday afternoon and we also wish them and their families continuous joy in the future. HOSPITAL DRIVE SUCCESS (Continued from Page 1) Bti wart Apte n „ Bsthei Apte j '/! Nat lilunibcrjt i'H Iris Hlumberg Charlotte lilumberg %  Sam i-ohen }'! Jack Apte Florence Apte Marvin Apte W. M. work to extend during the summer months. the refreshments to be sen-ed during the picnic. Games and I INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS WOLPERT' FURNITURE* BARGAINS! Wo Refuse To Be Undersold 155 W. FLAGLER5TJ "PHONE 3-4132 3 mmt SAVUKS KJtTGAW 10*15 DRDE FEDERAL sRvincs ano Lonn association OF mmmi 45 F. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW 0 O %  T LONG TERM! Single Mortgage Home Finart in? Plan J. M. UPTON, Presi lent ; Elect a FAMILY MAN to Eoard of Public Instruction CLYDE L ALLEN Lawyer for 21 Years With 9 Years in Dade County FOURTH DISTRICT Precincts 75 to 82 and 86 to 108 UMid Political Adv.) WAf NWRIGHT of Starke A Native Floridian and Lifelong Democrat CANDIDATE FOR STATE TREASURER Subje

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wJewisli Floridlain VOLUME IS—No. 21 COMB,*, !" Ylh<& J/ i ,.,.;„ ., ". %  „ .. u%1 's active m Temple ,., n„v. unanimously, and E. Albert I srael am| s ,„,. ( (i „ „,,, sianoke. While there he was vice ving Ganz, open discussion, Roanpresident and director of the Reake. lorn, Temple of Roanoke. identi| Dr. Sachar, director of the Hilf e nt and is active on various Third, to build up within the rank mittee of Sholem Lodge; actand file of American people an m Jewish Welfare Bureau; understanding of Jewish culture f o rt r anize the Gater Miand religion. r "as and is a member of the "Our leadership must resist the Commissioners Ask Freeholders Support It's up to the freeholders (property owners) of Dade County to go to the polls on May 28th and ^ote in favor of the $2,000,000 bond issue. State law requires that a majority of freeholders must participate in the voting for any bond issue to win approval, and that a majority of those voting must vote "yes." For those who are not yet acquainted with the" jtotire proposed development program, the basic facts in the following paragraphs are repinted below: The north two miles of Biscayne Key are to be given to the county without cost, subject to the con| struction of a causeway connect. ing key with mainland. This cause[ way is to be constructed with a loan of $3,200,000 to be secured I from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and will be a self liquidating debt, as it is to be retired by means of small tolls collected from those who use the causeway. In the area north of Baker's Haulover, the county already owns 22 lots, with another r >0 being required to have one and one half miles of ocean front property. The S2.000.000 bond issue will be used to purchase the necessary 50 lots in the Baker's Haulover area, and to develop both it and Biscayne Key as ocean front beaches. Synagogue Cornerstone Ceremonies Set For Sunday O Greater Miami Jewry is exhibitcome of President, Mr. H. M. DreIng much enthusiasm as construev *i greetings from Auxiliary, tion of the new Miami Jewish OrMrs. William Clein; report of ,h ;; d, i: j ,,,,,,gatu, ; Synagogue building nittee, Mr. Max Marking the tenth anniversary, u-Z',^"" !" ^ '"'T^ "'' the gal. ceremonies of the laying &IT1WHJ3 of the cornerstone will be held at f,!, ,L ..v r %  !" tm B S. W. 17th Avenue, corner of 6,h ""',,'' M ,ami C <""">Street, Sunday Lag B'Omer May t Z I T r '' %  ^^"^ 2ti at 9 n J Th k i I m Jewl8n Community, Baron 28, at I p. m. The building has de Hirsch Meyer Miami Beach progressed to the extent that the councilman; principalTddreaV services may be conducted inRabbi Ab ^ m A Kellner vocai doors and completion and occupaselectioni CanU(r M tric e Mam tion is expected to take place by che s of keth i„„„k r the Shevouth holidays. iscrintuJ A Congregation; The elaborate program for the C?2L -.T' Rabb Abra afternoon include^ welcoming J^'jf££,J—|*£ Rabaddress by Mr. Maurice Grosscob Congregation man executive director of the Y. ; In active chargc of ^ n. H. A.; America, by ensemble: alP Ah !f,>„la„ snsL i Dr ft.* K apian s^ s^rssi* m-ttks Mr E1 l, pTt T M DreVkh A1 !" <* L ^ ^ .ma.ks, Mr. E. Aloert Pallot; welerman, and George Chertkof. BETH DAVID PICNIC SITE IS CHANGED We wish to advise all students, members, friends and teachers of Beth David that we are compelled to change the grounds of our annual picnic to be held this coming Sund %  •>•. Due to a last minute change in our reservation of ti,,. Los Olas Camp, Ft. Laudei' 1 le, by the management of t .t place, shall hold our | i.:iic at Matheson H a m n: k Ingraham Highway, Coc. ii it Grove. Students who do n-t have means oi transportatio are requested to be present at the Talmud Torah before 9 o'clock this coming Sunday mi ining. Signed: Rabin Max Shapiro, Beth David Congregation. B'NAI B'RITH AIDS HOSPITAL ANDREWS RECEIVES SENATE OVATION The B'nai B'rith drive for dollar nemberships toward the South |Florida Crippled Children's Hosipital Building Campaign has now 'passed the $500 mark, according to a report issued by M. J. Kopelowitz. Chairman of the B'nai B'rith Campaign. "Sholem Lodge is doing a splendid piece of work in supporting the Hospital Drive, and by so doing, is demonstrating its value as an integral part of )Ur Community life," he stated. The Campaign Chairman asks that-everyone cooperate and send $1.00 from each member of the family to Burnett Roth, Seybold Bldg., or to M. J. Kopelowitz, 3fi9 S. W. 28th Road, Miami. MAIL Yon; CONTRIBUTION NOW. Contributions received to data are as follows: insensibility which is a product of the emotional surfeit in a world engulfed by tragedy," Dr. Sachar declared. "It must resist the hysteria and the failure of nerve 'and the supersensitiveness which j is a product of continuous anti| Semitic attack. It must resist the dejudization which is a blind emersion of world issues." Julius Fisher of Roanoke, new district secretary, was toastmaster at the banquet. Invocation was delivered by Rabbi William Greenberg of Charlotte N. C. Brief re': marks were made by retiring president, Alvin Kartus, Asheville, N. C, and by Isaac Levin, president-elect. The banquet was followed by a ball. Besides election of officers the final business session, among other things, budgeted appropriations to the Hillel foundations, including $800 to the Jewish students' union at the University of Florida and $300 to University of Miami. Members of the United States Senate have joined the great majority of Floridians in literally applauding the decision of United States Senator Charles O. Andrews to return to his post of duty during the present crisis despite his interest in the second primary campaign. When Florida's senior Senator made his initial appearance on the floor of the Senate after his return to Washington recently he was greeted with an ovation in which both Democratic and Republican Senators joined. The demonstration for the popular Florida senator was led by Senator Alben Barkley, Democrat of Kentucky, leader of the majority. A charter was presented to the woman's grand lodge of B'nai B'rith for the district during the session which was presided over by retiring President Kartus. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom of Miami Beach was elected temporary chairman. Mrs. Iac Levin, vife of the president-elect, addressed wives of visiting delegates at a bridge luncheon. l'-.\ ioush llepoi ted Bui IM'.I Kate l^efcourt Theodore Qulkia Deborah Qulkia .v Icla Sue Qulkls '', Marry Novack .. Ma Novack uarjorie Novack sir. and Mrs. B. l: Bei keley and Gilbert Berkeley rtenj;iniiri Meyers Mrs. Benjamin Meyers' .'.','.'. Harrj Berkowlts Urace E. Berkowlts Solomon Wallman Eugene Wallman Sarah Wallman Ralph Sapln J. A. Itiilitor Eva Rlchter \ vin Richtei Robert Rlchter Shirley Iti.hui 1'in Rlchter II. E. Column ...... Max Rappaport i 'harkMte Rappaport ,'' i iticar Rappaport Morrli liuiiin Mrs. Morris Huiiin Arnold Rubin Anna Leah Rubin Lillian Kiiidn Walter P>lkensteln' Family'' Ixiuls Safer William Friedman' Irving Ann and Melvin Frederick Frankel Herman Horowitz E. Albert Pallot J. Harbash Mrs. J. Harbash Leo Harbash Mavld Rarbnsh B. W. Slote M. I,. 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