The Jewish Floridian


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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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June 3, 1932
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Began in 1927?
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-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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Vol. V.--No. XXIII.

campaign nref 8 Temple Israel to

George F. McCall, clerk of the 0 ld Exercises
'inlcourt, a candidate for An elaboat rgm i h
leton, who occupies the/ presented atathe program will be
Iet fee office in Dade county,l ation thecie o annual cnIsrm-
peoperated his department at a Thurstlayexerises of empe Israel
dividend of 8%/ per cent to the Tempe Ih evening, Jun hat
the people, figures compiled in- gram wil ebe pres fllwn g pro
llae.The figures cover two 1--Hymn No. 96 *
'operation, ~and show that 2--0png Pry, Benc ei
sr. cCall returned to the gen- 3-..IIpeming 1 Prayer, Rt Bernic evn
Ira fund of the county for the ste oaPryr Rt Br-
tnir pe o ll8Mperkelenasof the 4--Choir, Hymn No. 97.
totl mdut ollctd a fes Sources of Judaism
after paying all expenses incident 5--III. The Bible, Frank Berg.
to the conduct of the business sf 6--IV. Other Sources of Judaism,
tecourts. Bernard Wall.
During the two years immedi- Ideals of Judaism
stely preceding Mr. McCall's ap- 8--V. Israel, Kitty Morris.
pointment as elerk of the Crim- 9-VI. God, Stuart Simon.
jeal court 2,627 cases were hand- 10-VII.. Torah, Lester Rose.
led. During the last ~two years 11--Choir, Hymn No. 101.
(Mr. McCall's term) 5,790 cases Institutions of Judaism
rere handled, an increase of 3,- 12-VIII. The Synagogue, R'obert
183 cases. The expense per case, Richter.
so far as Mr. McCall's office is 13--IX. The Prayer Book, Flora
concerned, was 18 per -cent less Berman.
than it was during the prior ad- 14--X. The Holy Days, H~en'y
minstration. He has protected Kanter.
the people's funds from loss inl 15--XI. The Festivals, Robert Le-
closed banks and returned net to vin.
the general fund of the county 16-Choir
$7,649.413, and has the distinction 17--XII. Judaism and Other Re-'
of being the only elerk of the ligions, Norma Simpson.
Criminal court to turn back to the 18--XIII. Address to Parents,
County any money during his term Irving Scherer.
of office. ; 19--XIV. Closing Prayer, Sey-
Mr. McCall is a certified public mour Goldweber,
accountant and has had wide ex- 20--Blessing of Confirmands
perience in financial matters. HSr 2 1--Choir-Solo, Mrs. Herbert U.
has been a resident of D~ade coun- Feibelman.
ty for 12 years and is a native of 22Z-Serrmon "A Little Child Shall
Florida. Lead Them." Isaiah 11, 7:-
Mr. McCall recently appointed Rabbi.
Joseph M. Fine, prominent Jewish 23--Choir--Solo, Mrs. Bertram
:worker of Miami, deputy clerk of Raff.
the Criminal court. 24i-Presentation of Confirmation
Robert R. Williams, Justice of 25-Presentation of Confirmation
the Peace, 9th District, is a can- Bibles, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Presi-
didate for Justice of the Peace in dent of Sisterhood.
the revised 2nd Distriet. 26--Choir and Congregation,
Since 1929 Mr. Williams has America.
served the 9th District ass Justice 27--Benediction.
of the Peace. Following the services, the par-
Mr. Williams is Vice President ents of the class will be hosts at
of the Riverside Improvement As- a reception in Kaplan hall for
sociation and always has been ac-( their friends and all attending.
tive in any movement for civie Members of the confirmation class /
and social betterment. He recent- are* Frank Berg, Flora Berman,
17 organized the Gray-Haired Ruth Bernstein, Seymour Gold-
teaue of America. weber, Henry Kanter, Bermie
He is a native of Florida, hav- Levin, Robert B. Levin, Kitty
ing resided in Miami for the past Morris, Robert Richter, Lester J.
eighteen years. Rose Irving Scherer, Stuart Si-
flis friends urge upon the vlot- mon Norma Simpson, Bernard
ers that he possesses all the nec- Wall.
essary qualifications for the of- ------------
flce; honesty, fairness, good judlge- Jim Hickland, constable of the
inent and a thorough knowledge Miami Bahdsrccniae
of the laws under which the court for re-election to his present of-
operates. fice, has been a peace officer of
Ma B ah for 11 years, hav-
Carl Holmer, jr., candidate for ing come her hortly aftro hisar- l
re election as county supervisor den, N.J. h oined ather Mi ami
Registration for Dade county rival herl heedoied rtmen Mand as
has served in this office for 141 Beach po ice dpamnt, also wserm
years. appointed sergeat of s sev
Mr. Holmer's friends point with as assistant che. one eu
jpride to the fact that in the en- In 1925 was rgpvied unti Jeune
tire 14 years not a single suspic- ty sheriff and hred wsnominatued
lon of fraud in registration has of 1928 wetnhe Miam Beachins-e o
Ever been raised in Dade county, constable 0 f te the prai mBary hi-
jbecaue of the efficient manner trict. Short y afe h rmi I

the office has been conducted. election that yeaerv ane ,unexpvired
lifny officials have visited Miami ed constable to s~evembreeto
to inspect the local system, and term. In the ed foer a ou-eartio
the many labor saving methods he was elected inr Januryary,
Introduced .by Mr. Holmer to save term which expires inJnayl
taxpayers money. 1933.I sei election to this of- o:
MIr. Holmer in a recent address Inekigrehsrcodo11
denied that his office is the high- fice he points out office anrd of c1
eat Paid in the county. Mr. Hol- years as a peace diener ind Miam
her has been a realdent of Miami Ihis continuous residee in toa F lor
for 24 years and was admitted to Beach ever since coming. t lr
thle Florida bar last year, ida.

mi, Florida, Friday, June 3, 1932

What Matter C~andiae ob

Ethics to Them?l Guest of Jews

We believe it to be the right of Mark Wilcox who has made a
every candidate for office, seeking whirlwind campaign as a candi-
the franchise of the voters of his date for Congress from the 4th
district to use every decent, re- Florida Congressional district will
spectable means for that purpose. be the guest of his Jewish ad-
The line however must be drawn mirers at a, musical and recep-
and rather tightly when these tion at the Shrine Temple on Bis-
means involve the infringement of cayne Blvd., and 14th St., Sun-
the religious principles of a peo- day evening, June. 5th at 8 p. m.
ple, and more particularly so when/ Plans for the reception and mu-
not only are these means con- sicale call for instrumental and
trary to the religious law of a vocal numbers by several artists,
people, but the spirit thereof, as and a brief address by Mr. W~il-
well. cox. Refreshments will be serv-
And- we further hold each andl ed. The purpose of the gathering
every candidate who permits such is to permit the Jewish citizens
a violation by his or her adher- of Dade county, as well as non-
ents to be directly responsible Jews, the opportunity of meeting
therefore. Mark Wileox in person on the
In a schedule of Ruth Bryanl one day in the week when they will
Owen, published in the Miami not be tired because of their daily
Daily News, there appeared, Sat- task. All are ~invited and no
urday (June 4th): charges will be made.
"Public meeting in garden ad- Reports from all parts of the
joining the Cohen residence, 1876 district show that the definite
S. W. 10th St., sponsored by Mrs. stand of Mr. Wilcox for the Re-
Isidor Cohen, leader of precinct peal of the 18th Amendment has
54, 3 p. m." met with the favor of the voters.
Mrs. Cohen is president of Beth Despite the attemhted change of
David Sisterhood, a Conservative front on the part of the present
Synagogue affiliated with the incumbent, proponents of Mr. Wil-
United Synagogue of America. I cox point to the unsuccessful ef-
She was recently elected a dele- forts to get the incumbent to
gate to the Convention of the Sis- state her stand definitely on the,
terhoods of this parent organiza- immediate modification of the
tion to be held next month. She Volstead act. Mr. Wilcox has
is the wife of a pioneer citizen of urged this modification as the
Miami who has recently been the only practical way of affording
author of a number of articles the taxpayers relief within a reas-
telling the Jews of Miami what enable time, because it will result
is right and proper for them t~o in the immediate employment of I
do. He has, in these articles, more than a million of unem- I
urged the Jewish people to keep played and benefit the government
politics away from their faith, to by billions in taxes. Jewish votes
keep religion (as he termed it) are interested in the incumbent's
and politics separate. position on Immigration questions
That the holding of a political and the Alien Registration bill,
meeting by Jews on Saturday is( because of the fact that this leg-
contrary to Jewish law is too def- isolation vitally affects their relar-

The usual services will begin
at 6:45 Friday night, at 9 a. m.
Saturday morning, with Mincha at
6:30 in the afternoon. Next week
Shvuoth will be ushered in Thurs-
day evening, June 9th, at 6:45
Friday morning the services will
begin at 9 a. m. and the Rabbi
will preach on: "On the Mount."

311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
The usual services begin at Sun-
down Friday evening. Saturday
morning services begin at 8:30.
Thursday evening Shvuoth will be
ushered in at 6:45 and Friday
morning services will be gin at
8:30 a. m.

139 N. W. Third Avenue
Regular Friday night services
will begin at 8:15 with Rabbi
K~leinfeld preaching on "H~ope and
Reality". Shvuoth will be ushered
in Thursday night, June 9th, at
Sundown. Friday morning the
services will begin at 8:30 with
Rabbi Kleinfeld preaching Friday
morning on ";The Decalogue".

137 N. E. Nineteenth Street

inite to permit of any doubt.
However, to ascertain the attitude
of the Conservative organization
in this Country, a wire was sent
to the president of the United
Synagogue of America, with the
question: "Do you approve the
holding of a political rally on
Shabbos in her home by the presi;
dent of a conservative Synagogue
Sisterhood", resulting in a tele-


(Signed) Louis J. Moss
President United Synagogue
of America.

We have but little to say of the
sponsor of this Saturday meeting.
By her own action she stands con-
iemned by the Jewish people, and
by the honored head of the United
Synagogue of America.
But for the illustrious daughter
,f an illustrious father, Ruth
Bryan Owen, who in her Radio
,alks boasts of her ethical conduct
,f a political campaign, to permit
herself to become the beneficiary
of such a flagrant violation of
good taste; to permit, for her own
enefit, the deliberate violation of
;he religious feelings of the Jew-
sh people both in letter and
spirit; is we believe, the height
,f insolence.
Such behavior on the part of a
:andidate, towards the Jewish
people, coupled with a thorough
investigation of her record in Coa-
(ress on matters affecting lammb

tives abroad. DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN, Riabbi
Mr. Wilcox will speak at Bay- ---
front Park on Saturday night, Services at Temple Israel will
June 4th. Monday night a mass- begin Friday evening at 8:15 with
meeting in his interest will be Dr. Kaplan preaching on "Only
held at the Cinderellys Ballro~g 1 One Method of Jewish Unity" Pos-
Monday night immediately pre- sible Next Thursday night "Shy-
ceding the election, at which he noth" will be observed with the
is expected to speak. Confirmation services beginning at
17 p. m. Followed by a reception
Club~~ IsA tv h Kaplan hall immediately after

The Junior Hadassah will co-
operate with the Senior organiza- IIRIOr Body
tion in the collection of funds on
National Flower day for the bene- Elects Officers
fit of the Jewish National Fund
June 4th. Miss Hannah Mack is --
chairman of the co-operating com- At the meeting of the Junior
mittee for the Junior organization. /Hadassah held last Wednesday
Last Sunday evening the Wo- evening at Kaplan hall the report
man's Club of the Workmen's Cir- of the nominating committee
cle entertained at a farewell din- headed by Miss Bede Goldenblank
ner for Mrs. Rose Kales of this was presented. Following the us-
city and Mrs. Feldman and Mrs. unt' nominations from the floor,
Tishler, the latter two having re- th olwn ee lce o h
turned to their home in New York coming term. President, Lena
after spending the winter here. Weinkle; first vice president, Bede
Mrs. Kaler will spend the summer Goldenblank; recording secretary,
in Georgia and will return in the Evelyn Jamison; corresponding
early Fall. An appeal for the secretary, Ben Silver; financial
Workmen's Circle resulted in a secretary, Reta Merson; treasurer,
tidy sum being raised ~for the or- Sylvia Rayvis; historian, Georgia
ganization. Several of th'e active Roth. The installation ceremonies
members spoke and all joined in will be held in the Spanish Room
the singing of folks songs. of the Ponce de Leon Hotel next
Wednesday evening, June 8, be-
-7 ginning at 8 p. m., when Mrs.
gration questions, particularly her Leonard Epstein will be the toast-
attitude on sthe Allen Registrationl misteress. Novel entertainment
and Onger printing bill, should be will be presented during the even-
and muost be borne in mind by ing. Reservations may be made
revery voter, particularly the Jew-~ by eallling Mrs. Jennie Rottort or
ish vot r, Miss Bede Goldenblank.

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Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum enter
tained the juvenile friends of her
daughter, Hope Ellen, in celebra
tion of her fifth birthday, at r
garden party in her home. A de~
licious salad course was served
after games had been played
Among the little guests attending
were Donna Joyce Feldman, Clair<
Ruth Solomon, Eugene Heiman
Dorris Goodman, Walter Good.
man, Elizabeth Goldberg, Char
lotte Kotkin, Rosalyn Kotkin, Jen-
nie Hagan, Reta.Futterfas, Irwin
Futterfass, Stanley Tannebaum,
Doll ~Rosenstock and Hope Ellen
Next Sunday evening, June 5th
the Woman's Club of the Work-
men's Circle will entertain at a
Russian Tea party in their hall.
701 N. W. 5th Ave. The charge
for which will be only twenty-five
cents. The public is cordially in-
vited to attend.
The Young Israel Club will en-
tertain at a bridge Sunday, June
12th, beginning at 8 p. m. at the
Biscayne Masonic hall, N. W. 15th
Ace. and 1st St. The admission
charge will be only twenty-five
cents and prizes will be given for
high scores. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.

Campaign Briefs

C. L. Wheat, completing his
first term as county purchasing
agent and a candidate for re-elec-
tion, cites as some of his out-
standing achievements in that of-
fice: Installation of one of the
most complete price and Kardex
systems to be found in the state;
a complete, permanent uniform
record system; equal distribution
of the county's business; fair
competitive bidding; preference to
local merchants and manufac-
Mr. Wheat states that 85 per
cent of all purchases made for
Dade County have been purchased
from Dade county merchants ant
during the one year in office 447
firms have received county busi-
He gave the following state-



Everybody's Friend

pvcluvl .r ru vur rrl
connected with the sheriff's office James J. Marshall, candidate Walter Kehoe
in Duval county. for re-election to the school board
Later he organized the Dorsay- in District No. 2, is making an RPEETTV
Van Loon Realty and Investment active campaign on his qualifica-GruOn
Company. He was chief deputy
sheriff under Henry R. Chase for
two years, retiring to become con-
nected with the Robert G. Lassi-I RE-ELECT
ter Construction Company.

r,,i, h.apa- ttl// 1~ 1 James J Marshall
voters of Dade county for re-elec- ~tDEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
tion to the legislature in Group 1, BOR OFP LIINTU IN

a~i~~i~1~ IDISTRICT NO. 2
Walte Keho On His Record of
I~i~i'~~Business Methods, Protection of the
REPRESENTATIVE Taxpayler and tEducational Accom-
Grou Oneplishment in the School Board

q 3

S ~He Is Seeking Only One Office j
.Your present supervisor is NOW holding
,HE asU hedEthesYE sam TWO POSITIONS
HE has drawn TWO SALARIES from the
.HIS combined salaries make him the HIGOH.
At the present time we wonder if the VOT.
Van Leon WiII Devote His Entire Time To This Offie
S~abject to Democratle Primaery June 7
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Friday, June 3, 1(

Page Two

Sent: employed on the Key West ex- Walter K~ehoe is urging the vot-
."I promised the citizens that if tension of the Florida East Coast ers to consider his constructive
nI was elected purchasing against, railway for four years, after record in the last legislature and
.I would be purchasing agent in which he was in the transporta- his ability and experience. Mr.
fact and not a rubber stamp, and tion department of the same rail- Kehoe is a long time resident here
SI have carried out my determina- way for 10 years. and is rated as one of the abelest
tion as a free man bound to no He took up law enforcement lawyers in the State. His popu-
one and by no influences other work in 1924 in the detective larity in Tallahassee with repre-
than a desire to render an honest branch of the Coral Gables police sentatives from all over the State,
service to the citizens who elected department. He is married and his friends point out, will enable
me and the taxpayers of my coun- lives with his family in Coral Ga- Ihim to help pass legislation bene-
ty. I have fulfilled these promises bles. He has two children, one in ficial to the county.
and I again ask the citizens to re- the Ponce de Leon high school -
turn me to the office of D~ade and one in the higher form of the John W. Watson who has serv-
county purchasing agent for an- elementary school. ed eight years as State Senator
Other term and I will continue to During his work on the Florida from Dade county is asking for
represent them." East Coast railway he was promi- re-election to the same office.
He has a host of friends among nently connected with labor or- Chairman of County Commission-
the Jewish people. ganizations and since taking up ers of Osceola county for four
law enforcement work has been years, three terms Mayor of
Guy C. Reeve, former head of affiliated with many police asso- Kissimmee, three terms as Mayor
the Miami police department, a ciations. He is also a member of o f Miami, twelve sessions in the
position he resigned several weeks many local fraternal organiza-) House of Representatives of Flor-
ag t mketh rcefo serfftions. ida, one term as speaker, he is
a of Dade uty, isac lfeong Dem-f In his speeches during the cam- urging upon the voters his exper-
ocrat with 19 years of law en- paign he has stressed his experi- ience and knowledge of conditions
forcement experience, including ence and his freedom from en- together with the prestige he has
several-years' service with the tangling alliances of every kmnd. established there as the reason
federal department of justice in His speeches and record have at- for his re-election. His fight for
Miami before he entered the Mi- tracted many to his standards. electoral reform resulting in the
ami police department as head of present primary law, drainage
the detective bureau from 1925 to W. E. Van Loon, former Coral legislation, game preservation his
1928 frm whch e wa prmo-Gables and Miami real estate man active aid in the racing bill are
ted to chief of police to succeed and deputy sheriff under Henry all pointed out by his friends as
Hl. Leslie Quigg, serving from R. Chase, will oppose Carl Hol- only a small portion of what has
1928 to the early part of 1932. naer, jr., for the nomination for been accomplished by Senator
Unde hisadmistraion county supervisor of registration Watson during his long service to
exi~etre ho~eedmirraon at the D~emocratic primary June the people. He pledges economy
camef wdel knownc fopr ets uni- -. in government, reduction in tax-
camewidly kownfor ts ni- Coming to Miami from his home es,, and the fact that this will be
form courtesy as well as efficien-
in Jacksonville in 1924, Mr. Van his last proffer of services in the i
cy. Loon engaged in the sale of real legislature to protect the interests
He is a veteran of the Spanish- estate with the Coral Gables Cor- of Dade county. /
American war, is married and re- oration, He had formerl hn

tions and record. Mr. arh
has been in school and university
teaching since 1910, when heb
came associated with social sri
education as a voluntary work<
with the Irene Kaufman Setth
ment in Pittsburgh. He hasal
been director of adult educati
in Y. M. C. A. work and instrue
tor at the University. All of h
educational work has been wit
out compensation. Calling attend
tion to the large savings made b
the school board during his terr
and the successful administration
of the schools in the midst of
general suspension of education
facilities over the whole state, M
Marshall is seeking the support
of the electorate to continue ti
policy of efficiency. Mr.Mahl
lis a college and law school gradu
ate and did post-graduate work i
education 'at Harvard university.

S. P. Robineau candidate for
re-election to the legislature from
Group 2, basing his campaign on
"Two Good Terms Deserve An-
other," using his past record there
as a basis for his appeal for re-
turn, is receiving favorable recep-
tions from the voters wherever
he goes. Robineau is a world war
veteran, former City attorney, a
member of the board of Regents
of the University of Miami and
one of the ablest lawyers at the
Florida bar.
Old age is a good advertisement.

I ~Re-Elecpt

id claarin be ief th~a hthev ser-
iff's office could and should be an
important influence in the com-
munity, he says: "My first con-
sideration of duty would be to
Dade county people, should I be

Leroy R. Weston, candidate for
sheriff is a former Coral Gables
chief of police apd a resident of
Dade county for the last 25 years.
He is a nat~ite of Florida, having
been born in Jacksonville in 1889
and raised .in Gadsden county,
where he gained his primary and
high school education. Immedi-
ately after graduating from high
school he came to Miami and was






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for two Sessions in the House,
Merits His Promotion to the






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T ,e Radio Synagog

WIOD, SUNDAY 10:45 A. M.
to 11:45 A. M.

RAkl~l $.r t.MACHRTEI

Rab M.~~- Mahefudr
anad iecor of Mhe Riofounder
gog, will preach over WIOD at

Phi oso hy ofo Co nti g n"h
In addition to the sermon there
will be hymns, prayers, solos,
scripture reading and a question
box. The first of,the services of
the Junior Radio Synagog will be
broadcast during the regular* per-
iod between 10:45 a. m. and 11:45
a. m. The Bible lesson on
"Order Out Of Chas" will
be read by Fred Bulbin and the
sermonette on "Children Of Is-
rael" will be delivered by Leonard

B. Goldenblanck.
The following were winners in
the water sports:
25 yard swim fr boys under
90pound-Jc Oiman.
25 yard swim for grls under 90
pounds--Blanche Seligman.
25 yard swim for boys over 90
pounds--Leonard Tobin.
25 yard swim for girls over 90
pounds--Sophie Besvenick.
100 yard relay-4c to a team won
by Teddy, Sophie Besvinick~ and
Roy Mechlowitz.
Prizes will be presented this
coming Sunday at the Sunday
school session. Stanley C. Myers
was in charge of the contests.

The door prize was- won by Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Delicious re-
freshments were served and prizes
for high score were awarded at
each table. Mrs. Max Rappaport
was the hostess for the evening.
The next card party will be held
shortly with Mesdames I. Buck-
stein and Chas. Tannenbaum as
the hostesses. Announcement of
teexact date will be made in
our next issue. 44

An important meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami

wisbhe hOl at the Ceotr e omn
of the Synagogue next Tuesday
evening, June 7h, b ginain eu e
to atteird as important business
will be transacted.
Mrs. M. Rosen and grandchild
will leave the early part of next
week to spend an indefinite ~vaca-
tion with her relatives in Mont-
real, Can. En route she will visit
friends and relatives in New York
uiy )
ei y. ,
The annual Beth David Sister-
hood picnic for the children of its
Sunday School and Talmud~ Torah
was held last Sunday at the Ft.
Lauderdale Casino. More than
125 children and a large number
of adults met at the Talmud Torah
picnic and then went to the picnic
grounds. Refreshments were serv-
ed during the day. The games
and water sports resulted in the
following winners:
50 yard dash for boys under 100
pounds--Frank Markowitz.
Fat ladies race--Mrs. Katie
50 yard dash for girls under 100
pounds--Ruth Rosenthal.
100 yard dash for boys over
100 pounds--Arnold Rubin.
75 yard dash for girls--Blanche
]Potato race for boys under 100
pounds--Leonard Tobin.
Potato race for girls over 100
pounds--Rose Berkowitz.
3-legged race--Dave Rosenthal,
and partner.
Fat man's race--Nat Horowith,
Sack race for boys--B. Gilman.
Teachers race--Irene Farr and

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die were hostesses last Tuesday officers Mondaa Jlt
at the home of Mrs. Katz at a Mliami Colonial y, 1, beg uning
farewell party given for Mrs. Kan- aet 2:30 p. m. sharp.
die who will leave shortly for The business meeting will pre-
Washington, D. C., to visit her cede the report of the nominating
mother and friends there. Lunch- committee. Installation of the of-
eon was served and bridge follow- ficers elected at this meetiofng w
ed with Mrs. Isidor Cohen, Mrs. take place the early part fnx
H. Hi. Farr, Mrs. S. Abenson and fall.
Mrs. Max Hoffman receiving l fte
prizes for high scores. Among The Ladies Auxi iary o h
the guests present were Mesdames Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
Isidor Cohen, Lewis Brown, M~or- gaaion sponsored a card party last
ris Dubler, Michael Arnold, Harry Sunday night at the home of Mrs.
H. Farr, I. Silver, A. Pepper, Max Rarppaport when a large
Chas. Goldstein, B. F. First, R. number of tables were in play.




Solicits your vote and support to succeed himself

(Paid political advertisement)


Subject to Democratic Primary

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MrnLs. J. Katz and Mrs. B. Kan-

Henry R. Pridgen
Candidate for


Subject to Democratic Primary,
June, 1932

Your Vote' and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated
My past performance proves my ability.
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Page Three


W. Hi. Cornbs Sr.
Candidate for
District No. I

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An important meeting of the
Junior Council of Jewish W~omen
s9 held at the home of Miss
g~illie Dreisen this week. Plans
r~the election of officers to be
hed at Kaplan hall on June 7th,
were discussed. The nominating
comttee cnso m noan of Ms d
Miller, Miriam Scheinberg and
1Irs. J. Wernikoff will present the
report of the nominating commit-
tee. Miss Schwartz will preside
during the election of officers. Th'e
installation will take place on Sun-
day, June 12th, and full details
will be published mn these columns

A group of Miami merchants
gave a farewell dinner to Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Small at 6:30 p. m.
Sunday night in the Ocean View
restaurant, Ocean Drive, Miami
])each, on the eve of their depar-
tore for a vacation to Europe. Mr.
Small is a widely known whole-
saler of women's ready-to-wear
and prominent communal worker
Guests, besides iMr. and Mrs.
Small included Mr. and Mrs. Val
C, Cleary, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Clemons, Baron D~eHirsch Myer,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Leiberman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Field, Madame
M. D. Beldner and her son, Leon-
ard Beldner, Charles Weinstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip. Somberg, J.
M. Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shehan, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eames,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengar-
ten, Miss Sara Levine, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Weintraub, Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mr. and j
Mrs. Larry Mark~s, Mr. and Mrs.
Farris, Morris Furman, Mr. and
Mrs. Falkentsein.
A beautiful gift of silver was
presented to the guests of honor.
Music was furnished by A. Gold-i
man, prominent violinist here.

!D. Slatow, R. Schwartz S.J
Spector, 8. Abesn z, J. n
witz, of Key yent nL M. onoe-
stein, Rf. Yamnes, Lou We e
Max H~off a, uiss Wemklce, S
wartz, and MIss VilaBKrnie Sh-

pore t uthonefi aurdz ahre
atrial presented by the local
branch of the National Council
of Jewish Juniors last Sunday
night at the Beth David Talmud
Torah auditorium., Two one act
*plays, May and December by Car-
rol Fitzhudgh in which Irene Farr,
Fred Vaosbergh, Sylvia Miller and
Moe Rosenhouse were seen, and
the Same Old Thing in Lvhich
Millicent Rubin, Ncat Williams,
Bill F'arr, Gil Ornatein, Sylvlia
Dreisen, Aaron Goldenblank, Ar-
nold Rubin and Anson Dreisen
acted, were presented during the
evening. Dancing followed and
then cards were played. The pro=
eeeds were sent to the Cuban
Sheltering Home for girls in Ha~
vana, Cuban.
In charge of arrangements was
Miss Mildred Dreisen who was
assisted by Mrs. E. D. Merlin,
Mrs. J. Wernikoff, G~oldye Miller,
Ruth Schwartz, Fay Sheldon and
Mrs. Aaron Reder, Stanley C.
Myers was generall director awl
he was aided by Miss Miriam
Scheinberg. Gifts were present-
ed by Miss Mildred Dreisen on
behalf of the Council to the
male members of the cast and a
very pretty gift to Mr. Myers for j
his work in directing the plays.
Election of officers for the Jun-
ior Chapter of Hadassah was held
Wednesday night at Kaplan hall
when the officers for the next
term were chosen. The installation
will be held at ceremonies full
details of which will be announced
in an early issue,
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha.
dassah will hold its electo of r
~~~^.t h,~ fiotn the

"If Elected, I will consider my-
self a PERSONAL Represe'ntative
of Every Taxpayer. Patlron and
Schedl Child In Dade Cou (f~F~
I pledge to every patron and tax'-
payer an impartial admitti tr soix
of the affairs of this offly,'~~'

Pat is a friend of the people
and because of his wide busi-
ness experience has made a
good county commissioner. He
not only preaches economy but
practices what he preaches,
Let's stage a big comeback
with Pat Railey as your com-


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Reflected in Their Tax
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vince the editor that I am un-
worthy of being on his staff any
longer but it must be--that's all.)
I am rather proud for having
remained incognito as well as I
did. You see one in my position
can't very well slam and get away
without some bangs especially if


as time


Milami, Florida Phone 2-1
19ntered ar seco deas matter Ju
*ander the act of March a. 1879.
424 Bishbth street
Mrs. MI. Schobaick, Respreentativ
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one Year ...... ...
Volum 5 N mber 23
srdy, June 13

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mendel left Mr. Coleman resigned and ac-
emato ilSaturday morning fr cepted the appointment of cit?
mmer home. Mr. Mendel is manhaegr for s Ira monthpsi i
residentt of United Jewish Wel- resigned as city manager in order
re Bureau of the Palm Beaches. nodledotey fi en time to his

Beth El Congregation held ar A man of wide business experi-
:nic Sunday at D~elray. ence and possessing a fine charse-
*ter, Mr. Coleman is expected by
The Jewish Welfare Bureau his many friends and the voters
Id their regular monthly meet- of Dade county to make a splen-
Sat the Temple writh the Vice- did race. His campaign slogan 18
resident, Sam A. Goldstein pre- to "Make Dade County Safe." He
ing. The meeting was well at- fully realizes the harm which Mi-
Ided and matters of importance ami and Dade county suf fer if
re discussed. criminals from other states are
permitted to come here each win-
ter to engage in criminal activi-
~he Woman's Club of the Work- ties and Mr. Colemran declares
n's Circle will give a picnic on that, if elected, he will keep Dade
Iday, June 19th at a place to county free from that criminal
announced in our next issue. element*





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"Es wendt sich wemen der
such drikt" (it all depends whom
the shoe pinches) is~ an old Jewish
adage often applied when contra-
dictory and inconsistent state-
ments are made by those attempt.
ing to mold public opinion and
dictate the conduct of a people or
We have been treated recently
to the spectacle of a self appoint-
ed "Savior" of the Jewish people
attempting to tell Miami Jewry
what they ought or ought not to
do in the way of civic, communal
and political work in this district. .
It was therefore rather amusing
to find the wife of this self con-
stituted guardian and mentor of
the Jewish code of conduct last
Tuesday in upbraiding some of
the officers of the David Yulee
Voters League in one of the of-
fice buildings of this City suggest
rather emphatically that if the
Jewish people of Miami were in
favor of such an organization they
and have them organize such an
organization. Wonderfully put!
And just as we thought all the l
time. It would havp been a won-
derful organization had Mr. and
Mrs. LEADER (?) had the con-
trol thereof.

hNo 1enoughhow vr.ifOnoe whe
has lwas sid "he ifeof he
il'almud' Torah" the "welfare of
the Synagogue" is "dearer to me
than life itself", now occupying I
the position of president of the
Sisterhood of the oldest Jewisd P
Congregation in Miami can fin
no better time to stage a political ii
rally for a favorite candidate than t]
Saturday afternoon. What a son
derful example of religious fa t
to show to the children attending h
tho'falmudtTora san ioSund l

wonder what this candidate her- 4
self, brought up in an environ- c
men of dee religious faith, with <6

fundamentalist as the world ever :
saw, Can think of this opetn &
desecration and willful violation
of the Jewish Sabbath. What the
average man or woman does is isr
his or her own particular business. (do
Whether he observes the Sabbath pu
or not is a matter for bis own no
conscience and religious dictates. ta
But when one proposes to say to lec
the Jews of this district, "entrust be
to me the rearing of your children wrn
in the faith of our fathers", when- ed
one occupies an official position to
in a religious institution, when sul
that religious institution observ~es ha~











t'age Four

Friday, Junae 8, 1982

o a

fonososccooo*Qooso **** oo

June 4th and 5th have been set
aside as the 19th annual Flower
Day of the Jewish National Fund
of America.
This will be a day of great im-
portance to the Zionists and
friends of the Keren Kayemeth in
this country. Now, more than ever

the Sabbath and conducts services
at 'the very time the self same
official is conducting a political
meeting openly at her home, such
conduct on the part of a president
of a sisterhood cannot otherwise
be denominated than a deliberate
disregard of every duty of her
office, of everything sacred and
holy in her faith, and such action
cannot otherwise be termed but
a deliberate disregard of religious
duties in the interest of political
gain, personal or otherwise.
The issue raised in such a mat-
ter is too clear to permit of beg-
ging the question. Of those whose
favorite term or epithet, to be
hurled at all wvho disagree with
them, is the phrase "Chillul Has-
hem" (the profanation of the
Holy Name), we now ask, can
you show or tell of any more
flagrant profanation, any greater
"Chillul Hashem"' than the hold-
ing of a political rally on Shab-
bos by the president of a Synagog
Sisterhood ?
And yet, these set themselves
up as the self constituted protea.
tors of the morals of the Jewish
people. They desire to dictate
and direct. Verily, "es w-endt zich
wemen der such drikrt."

cb At University of Miami 2

cb By Milton F iedm n Ci

Hello folks, is everybody happy ? I
Unlike last week, I feel great.
Even though my news is extreme-
ly scant I still am in high spirits. l
You can have three guesses as to i
the reason. Well, you were right I
the first time. The spirit of vaca-
tion has pervaded the atmosphere.
My one news item for this week i
is unique. It deals with an hon- "
or that I have heard of for the \
first time in collegiate circles. I C
am referring to the unique honor t
of Bob Cahn who was elected E
hbis week to the vice presidency of
next year's senior class at theta
UJ. This marks Bob's fourth year t
Is a vice-president, as he was 1
electedd to this same office in eve-
~y class, every year. This at-r
ests Bob's great popularity. al
Congratulations, old boy. a
Well, the time has come when a
must bid you all a sad, but fond d
arewell. It marks the conclusion d
f one year's work as a columnist. e
f Ido say so myself there are
etail ave gl ed m ny cun l
reek after week. To these readers 18
want to express my sincere ap- ~
reciation for their interest. I '
ave endeavored to give a true w
picture of University life and the
activities of Jewish members and
hope it has met with your ap- BI
roval. at
If all goes well I expect to be J'
ith you again next year. This M
Milton Arthur Friedman, au- w'
lor of "Around the Campus** cF
gning off and wishing you all a~
very happy vacation, good
!alth, and lots of business. So
ng. Are you happy ? b

Doings At Miami High b far

By Bettye (t
c& cb & b cb b d, b cf d, cA 4, S piC

Well!' This seems to be my last
~ue and well that it is. Pleasehe
n't think f~or the least bit, to ine
t it mildly, that I was fired. By Pre
means!i As this column per- sid
ns to High School News (at ten
~st it was supposed to have wel
in) and since it is my duty to
ite about such, I politely deed-
this illustrious space over T1
someone who knows more about me~
h news than I. (I'11 probably Sun
re a hard time trying to con- be

sh skonFifteen and a half cheers for j
graduation! Fifteen for the gra-
duation exercises and a half for
how most of the students got out.
e~~S exercises are to be held in
th eark, but in case of rain, they
will be in the school auditorium.


W. H. Combs, who is a candidate
for member of the countybor
of public instruction from Dsrc
No. 2, has lived in Florida forth
last 32 years. He has had an ae.
tive interest in the schools o
Dade county for more than 3
Mr. Combjs is a members of the
Miami Rotary elub, Knights of
Pythias, Odd Fellows, Elks, the
Masons, both York and Scottish
Rite; past commander Knight
Templer, past commander K~nights
of Pythias, past grand patron Or-
der of the Eastern Star, member
of the Spanish-American WCar Vet-
erans, aided in organizing the
Miami fire department, president
of the Florida Ambulance and Re-
lief Corps, organized by him just
after the 1926 hurricane.
Mr. Combs served as Scout com-
missioner, Dade County Boy
Scouts, and has had more than ae-
tive interest in boys' work and
the welfare of all children in Dade
He served during the hurricane
in Miami in 1926 and in Palm
Beach in 1928.
In 1928-29 he was responsible
for the giving of from 300 to 350
children in our schools a noon
meal every day, a good part of
which came out of his own pocket.

Ralph C. Pole, prominent Beach
business man and former munic-
ipal judge is a candidate for jus-
tice of the peace~ of the Miann
Beach district.
Mr. Pole came to Miami Beach
i n1924 from Philadelphia to en-
ter the real estate business; sub-
sequenitly engaging in the haber-
dashery business and later en-
larging his establishment to in-
clude dry cleaning and pressing.
In 1929 Mr. Pole was appointed
a member of the Miami Beach
Zoning Commission. He is still a
member of the Zoning Board of
Adjustments, serving a three-
year term.
In 1931 he was appointed mu-
nicipal judge of Miami Beach by
Mayor Snedigar to serve out the
unexpired term of Judge A. Frank
Mr. Pole is a Shriner, a 32nd
degree Mason and a Leginnaire.

Abe Goldman has urged upon
he voters of the second district
lis qualifications from a business
;tandpoint for the office of cons-
tible. In his addresses he has
pointedd to his Ion bus s ex-
,erience and whao te offiine means
o the voters of the district, and
n asking for election solely upon
hese grounds has metfa~fvorable

Abe Aronowitz in campaign for
he Legislature has stressed the
act that the Cout neds
oung, progressive nd able man
Protect it inte eto in the Leg-

tructive platform ha 88 i ed ci
he simpptort of many prominent
Issues he has eroaise ha received
rvorable comment.

Pointing to his more than twen-
years residence in the counrtys
is business experience aned his
aternal and ciitle affllationse,
enry R. Pridgen ha~s maide an ace

ve canvass of the county in his
mlpaign for election to the office
Criminal Court Clerkc In 1928
was general chainrman of th
Irine Convention in Miami and
ceived much~ commendation flor
e splendid and effricient manner
was conducted in.

Those candidates are:
Sylvia Leibovit, Rebecca Wein-
garten, Miriam Scheinberg, Elea-
nor Sheldon, Bede Goldenblanck,
Sylvia Miles, Edna Workowsky,
Anita Bernstein, Myrtle Zeintz,
Alfred Kahn, Ethel Tobin, Ger-
trude Nehan, Morris Raff, and
Charlotte Rappaport.
If I have omitted anyone I am
sorry-W~hat more could anyone
be ( ?)
To most people's regret I
couldn't fill this last column with
just loads and bushels of paren-
thesis. I'm afraid if I did that,
I'd be still on this staff--'course
they: really do go for the paren-
th s' (The ?)
Just rem mber a budding jour-
nalist who tried to bloom.


Regular services or the Beth El
Congregation are held Friday
night at the Community House on
Seventh Street, Friday night with
Sam Schutzer conducting.
+* *
Regular services of the Temple
Beth Israel are held Friday night
It the Temple on Broward Avenue
with Rabbi Carl N. Herman offi-
liating. Following the services
,he usual sermon is given by the
Rabbi .

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner re-
urned from their honeymoon trip
monday night
Beth El Congregation had their
regular Sunday night card party
t the Community House with
len Wax as host. Prizes were
warded following the games and
elicious refreshments were serv-
d. )

Beth Israel child} study class i
let Tuesday night at the Temple
t 8 o'clock. Preceding the class I
short meeting of the Beth Is-
aal hIarent-Teacher Association
*s 4 ,

Benefit card party sponsored by
eth Israel Sisterhood was held I
the home of Mr. and Mrs. s
ack Barash, 1404 Florida Ave. c
:rs. Barash and Mrs. Dave Katz t:
ere co-hostesses. An unusual d
owd attended. Prizes were
warded and refreshments served. ~

the popular collection in behalf of
our fund is of vital significance
to the future of the J. National
Homeland. In a depressed world,
where everything undergoes a re-
valuation, the very life of our
Zionist ideal depends upon our
preserving the fundamental basis
of our entire work in Eretz Is.
rael; the land on which the entire
structure must rest.
Mrs. A. Goldstein chairman of
this fund is asking for volunteer
workers please call her, 5-1907 ko
that we can immediately organize
teams for this worthy work.
Plans have been announced for
an intensive drive to obtain used
clothing for the Sisterhood of
Chesed Shel Emes. In charge of
the drive are Wolf Cohen, H. MV.
Drevich, Mesdames R. Yunes, I.
L. Mintzer, L. Kotkin, Max Hof.
man, Chas. Goldstein. By phon-
ing 2-7337 or 5-1925 the clothing
will be called for. Great stress
is being laid upon the fact that
a payment on the cemetery of the
association is now past due and
that the only prospective funds
are those to be obtained from the
rummage sale. In addition the
organization defrays all the ex-
penses of the free burials during
the year. Miami Jewry is urged l
to cooperate with the committee.
Cantor Boris Schlachman will
leave next Tuesday evening on a
tour of the Northern states on
his way to Philadelphia where he
will attend the wedding of his
niece. He will officiate at a num-
her of Synagogues prior to his ]
return to Miami.
~C* *
Mrs. Morris L. Cowen, Miami,
is reported as recuperating from l
the effects of an operation which ]
she recently underwent in Johns l
Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, Md. ]
Mr. Cowen accompanied her there.
They both expect to return to d
Miami in about two weeks.

In his campaign for sheriff of p
Dade county, D. C. Coleman is p
standing on his record as a former t
hief deputy sheriff of Dade coun-( ii
y. Mr. Coleman served as chief tl
,eputy under Sheriff M. P. Leh- r
nan for several years and he gave
he public an efficient andl honest

l::.~yi;p~ ~dr; rl.r


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er and one-fourth land. W~e on ht
to be thankful that, wit lthe
chances three to one against us,
we were not born fish.
There are no problems too big
to solve, but there are lots of peo-
ple too small to solve them.
If Providence didn't knock us
flat on our backs now and then,
we might never learn to look up.
Perhaps the only safe and cer-
tain way for a man to get rich
quick is to marry a good wom-

The world is .three-fourths

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Ar Courteous, Efficient and
Honest Adminstration of
this Important Office

Without Hint or Sugges-
tion of Registration Fraud


Subject to Democratic Primay,
June, 1932


him? or the son of man that thou
visitest h m?"
Most people, he said, interpret
that to mean: "LWhat does petty,
futile man amount to, that you
(God) should give him any
A better interpretation, the pro-
fessor argued, is this: "What a
wonderful creature man must be
that even God is mindful of him
and likes to visit him."
We can get almost any view we
choose of human nature. Man is
either just "a little lower than the
angels" or just a little higher
than the beasts.
SAccording to where and how we

Before one goes a shopping
In this modern day of art
To furnish an apartinent
He must know a major part
Of harmony and make-up;
And the styles and periods here;
A maple from a gum-wood;
And a walnut from veneer.

Each suit is very stunning,
But the pieces we like best
Are priced for ultra-wealthy,
So we browse among the rest.
With velvets and with mohairs,


Fish Mart

Sh 'iff

Proven Ability and Integrity
A Candidate of ALL the
and not a selected few

Justice to all, license to none

(Paid Political Advertisement)


Judge Juvenile Court
Experienced attorney and teacher; graduate two universities;
clean personal record; Legionaire; family man with wife
and children. Ideally fitted to preside over a court trying
six times as many delinquent boys as girls. Other things
being equal why two judgeships in one family of only two
people? Elect a parent for a parent's job! Place' a man in
what is primarily a boy's court!

Justice of Peace


Efficient, Honest and Cour-
teous Adminstration of

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Page Five

campaign Brlefs

W~alter H. Beckham, candidate
for judge of the juvenile court,
is a succesful practicing attor-
ney, is married and has a wife and
three children. He is a member
of the faculty of the University
of Miami, Past president of the
Miami Lions club, which pur-
chased and sponsored the creation
of the local branch of the Chil-
dren's Home Socipty of ,Florida.
He has served is a director in
the local branch of the Florida's
Home society. He is a member of
several fraternal orders.
}Ie taught school for a num-
ber of years and has been active
in school affairs of the city.
1Mr. Beckham was born in Geor-
.gia and educated in Massachus-
etts, receiving: his Jaw degree at
Harvard University. He has al-
ways been interested in child life
and social welfare problems and
believes that the judge of the ju-
venile court should be a parent
h tiw children in order to intelli-

And Elizabethan set,
We're left to match our fittings
For a three-room modernette.

We choose with hesitation
A bit from here and there
To make a whole ensemble
For the rooms we rented bare.
We set the things in order
As they were upon our plats---
The hodgepodge is so startling
That we're hunting furnished flats.
A fuliginous pessimist and a
somewhat washed-out optimist
Said the optimist:
"If things keep up like this,
we'll all be borrowing money next
Said the pessimist:
"From whom?"

The~ay of Lf
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Some ni hts I g o e tin
ally tired ot g oeemto-
reeltioy work, but by repeated
humeanons toe the meaner side of
A sorts of unpleasant chara-
ceristics come to the surface un-
dr te stress of hard times. Part-
ners quarrel; husbands and wives
Sarl at each other; companies
throw their "codes of ethics" into
th iscard; bluffers and cheaters,
wh have "got away with it" for
yelarss, are shown up in their true
AUlthis is depressing.
When in human history has
there ever been a time when so
many million people were acting
generously and sympathetically as
now ?



gntly dispose of the problems of I can name dozens of concerns
dlinquent children and domestic that have continued to operate at
relations involving family life. a loss because their owners felt
a responsibility to their employes,
Dan C~happell who has served) and other dozens that have fought
two terms in the State Legisla- off any reduction in salaries to
ture has been making a very ac- the last possible minute and then
tive campaign based on his record made the heaviest cut at the top.
there, for the office of Senator Iko n aect hr
representing Dade county. In his twenty-five hundred volunteers
platform he promises to work for have each adopted an equal num-
rigi ecnom instat goernentber of destitute families and are
andths o e bl t pno carrying their members~ through
and hus o beae t sposorthe winter. I can name a strug-
leg txea ot all homesteads up to gling little college whose under-
$7,500.00 in value from state ad paid teachers voluntarily asked a
*valorem tax; ten per cent reduction in salaries
in order that certain poor students
To maintain an adequate sys-
tem f pulicfreeschols; might not be compelled to leave
tem f pulicfreeschols;hool
gToa rduce materially the State s h cino h alodmn
gas an autolicene ad Texecutives ave me cheer.a Itn
To exempt completely from gas- and ecuies gaem he.
oline tax, motor boats and farm brought back a vivid memory of a
tractors. certain Sunday morning when I
To give relief to over bonded was seven years old.
municipalities. My father, a clergyman, had
Mr. Chappell was in large meas. never pu casd par~ oud ne

urethrees ni utuforracngp sal aperng e came down to breakfast
the last session of the legislature. looking deeply concerned, and said
to Mother: "I 'feel today that I
must know the news before I go

tro blstatiesticaianmhsg tht in alhe new 1 at he felt he must
common stock in the country were know was about the railroad strike
equally distributed we should in Chicago, where men were kill-
have 140 shares apiece, heaven ing each other, and Grover Cleve?-
forbid! Iland had ordered out the Federal
"I had a terrible dream last We have made a lot- of progress
night. I dreamt the animal this in the intervening years.
fur came from was going to chew A wise old professor in my col-
me to pieces." lege used to quote the following
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ty Tax Assessor


emocratic Primary, June 7, 1932

Walter Kehoe
Group One




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public office in Dade county.

John Gramling, a resident of
Miami for 34 years, former Muni-
cipal Judge, County Judge, States
Attorney, and Judge of the Civil
Court of Record until last year,
is making an active campaign for
election to the legislature in
Group 3. He bases his campaign
on his record of achievements in
public and private life and his
pioneering work in Dade county,
sndkunrogedhi ecidnbacauseh o
ability to obtain results for Dade
cout onthe gist ature n it
prominent Jewish attorney, and
several other candidates.

Walter Kehoe
Group One

I No More -No Less
SFaithful and Honest
SPerformance of duty, sub-
ject only to the will of the
great mass of the people,
No boss rule--no political
debts to pay.
SIntelligent and Impartial
Enforcement of the law,
aimed especially at organ-
ized crime and professional
violators of the law whose
oper~at~iohs threaten the s:
security of the Citizens of
Dade County. No "blue" a
Slaw threats.
Courteous and Capable
Service to the public by a corps of clerks and deputies selec-
ted from among Dade County Citizens--but alert, aggressive
Sand relentless handling of crime conditions which menace the
community's welfare.
SSurrounding the entrance of the candidates in the Sheriff's
r ace--Who are their backers and why ?

*. (Roy) WESTON i
His Hands Are Not Tied By Bossism, Ring Politics or Fac-
tionalism. He IS Experienced, Well Qualified and Familiar
With Conditions
(Paid political avd.) Inserted and paid by D. T. Davis

From the Fourth
Congressional District
At the Democratic Primary
June 7, 1932




of the

Immediate Modification of
the Volstead Act to permit
Light Wines and Beer and
Lighten the Tax Burdens
of the people

(Paid Political Advertisement)


John C. Gramling

Group 3
Subject to June Primary
(Pald Politleal Advertle~ement)

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Pate six

minstration is promised by Mr.
Barkidull. He has been actively
engaged in the real estate bust-
ness in Dade county since the lat-
ter part of 1919, with the excep-
tion of three years spent in the
tax ~assessor's office.
While in the real estate busi-
ness, Mr. Barkdull developed sev.
eral real estate subdivisions in the
Northwest section of Miami.

Assessed values of Dade real
and personal property, now being
prepared for 1932, will show a de-
crease of from $5,000,000 to $7,-
500,000 when announced officially
late in July, it was said last week
by3 J. It Lummus, jr., county tax
Reductions from the present fi-
gures of $69,000,000, as indicated,
will give substantial relief to tax-
payers, in the opinion of the as-
sessor, and are well in line with
the general movement for tax re-
Among items which will be of
great benefit in lifting the burden
from real estate, Mr. Lummus
said, is the taxation of intangi-
bles, which will become effective
this year for the first time, and
which will be derived largely from
stocks, bonds and securities held
by executors and trustees of es-
tates being administered.
Mr. Lummus is now a candidate
for re-election and bases his ap-
peal to the voters solely on his
accomplishments for the benefit of
the taxpayers, and his record in

Democratic Candidate for Governor
5 4A:7 Eiver Ni ht-WQAbM i

Constable Meschendorf served as
Camain rifsinves.tigator feor thwle ut slc-
-- tor's office under George E. Me-
W1. Cecil Watson is conducting Caskill. His appointment to office
an active campaign as a candidate in the second district, following
for county commissioner in Dis- the death of Constable Kennedy,
trict 3. In his campaign, Mr. was not sought after by Meschen-
W~atson is pledging the taxpayers dorf, but came to him in recogni-
a reduction of the budget and action of his services to the public
saving on their tax bills. while a member of the county so-
Mr. Watson points to his ree- licitor's staff.
ord as county commissioner for Mr. Meschendorf came to Mi-
six years and as chairman of the ami in 1925 from Louisville, Ky.,
board. He declared that progress where he was born.
in a permanent way can go hand ---
in hnd ithleel ta reucton. Willing again to give taxpay-
e wer a o i oreers of Dade county the benefit of
and I know it can be done again," ]his 20 years' business experience,
he s .dtio tohisothr wrkrecaersdles dofr ma y personal sa -

Mr. Watson was president of the ord he has established for econo-
State Association for County my, efficiency and progress dur-
Commissioners when he was inl ing the last two years, F. G. Rai-
office,, and as such directed legis- ley is a candidate for re-election
lative efforts toward relieving the to the county commission from
county of some unnecessary tax district 3.
burdens and assisted in promot- Specific accomplishments by Mr.
ing much good legislation for Railey include complete repair
Dade county. and renovation of the courthouse
He as eena rsidnt n Ddewhile saving $10,000 per year in
county over 36 years; active in operating costs; tremendous say-
Y. M. C. A. and Boy Scout work. ing of expense in operation and
maintenance of the county cause-
Clement L. Theed, present jus- way; getting the state road de-
tice of the peace of the fourth apartment to take over the main-
district is a candidate for re-elec- d
tio totheoficeof usiceof hetenance of Krome ave., exten ing
tio totheoficeof usiceof hefrom the Tamiami trail to Home-
peace for the revised third dis-staanRolPlmPr;s-
Mr. heed whois 3 yeas ofsisting in getting the state to ac-
age ndthehead, wofi a4 aiy, ars cept the Beach road at a great
resie ind this immediatea vaicinit saving to taxpayers, and cooper-
for the past 23 years. He is a ioeng fn dvlpment at himiBe 1 .


graduate of Miami High S~c oo,
and the law school of the Univer-
sity of Florida and has followed
his paofessio nin1 5. greater sM
active member of the American
Legion, Lindley DeGarmo Post
No. 70; the local 40 and 8 Voi-
ture and other fraternal organi-
His many friends urge that his
record in office for impartial and
speedy administration of justice re
quires his return torfice for the

Aspiring to succeed himself as
constable of the second district,
comprising the important down-
town business section of Miami,
R. H. "Idick" Meschendorf is of-
fering to the voters an unassail-
able record as a law enforcement
officer. yon a~
Although still a yugmn

Tom Barkdull, who is a candi-
date for county tax assessor, de-
clares he will assess property pn
the basis of actual value and not
upon its replacement value. He
says he will make every effort to
have delinquent taxes adjusted on
the property that is now sold to
the state, thereby spreading the
burden of taxation over a greater
num er ofpr perty wehresr n~sosd

Mr. Barkdull declares he will do
everything he can to put the prop-
erty back on the books.
An efficient and economical ad-

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L'eOrge F.


601811881 COurt

Of Record



JUNE, 1932


Actual payments to the County
of gross fees received

8 per cent

DECREASE in cost per criminal
case to the County during
his Administration

18 per cent

DECREASE in cost per criminal
ease to the County in 1931 in
comparison to 1980

22 per cent

Does Not This Receord Merit
Your Consideration and
Justly Deserve Your

(Plad Politiest Advertiseme~nt)


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Encourages the intelligent
voter to choose for himself,
with the record of each
candidate before him.

In see king aSTATE SEN -
ATOR vote for a man who
has ALWAYS GIVEN free-
ly of his time and his
money in the maintenance
of Democracy and its prin.
ciples, and NOT for a man
who uses the name "Demo-
cracy" as a cloak for per-
sonal ambitions.

VOTERS--Investigate this
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