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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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ivUAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940
I'KiCfc lo CENTS
. M. H. A. Dedicates
$5,000 "Community Center"
Expansion Program Sunday
New Pogroms
Result in Deaths
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Amsterdam (WNS)Following
a bloody two day pogrom in War-
saw in which at least 12 Jews p]ans have been completed by
were killed and scores injured, a the Rabbis Manuel Greenstein and
wave of anti-Jewish riots and dis- Dr (ari jj. Herman and their con-
orders swept the city of lx>dz. gregations Betl El and Beth 1s-
Gangs of uniformed Nazis raej wno will be host to the Flor-
1 swooped down the Jewish quarter j,|a state Rabbinical Association
IVdlt Will Attract oa" courts, shuffle board, ping Harvey Seeds Post Drum and in the Baluti district, leaving in Annual Convention which will be
Ylanv Broadcast pong' basketba11' <>Uey b'l Bugle Corps; Presentation of Key. their wake pillaged Jewish homea held in West Palm Beach May 5th,
on WIOI)
tennis.
Henry Hohauser; Acceptance f and shops.
(ith and 7th. About 30 Rabbis are
Other members of the building Key and Address. E. Albert Pa.- waa iP08siblc learn, ;i expected to present scholarly p -
committee, in addition to George lot; Greetings from the City, by lhis *>"*> the exact number perg on the Bible, Talmud, Jewish
iv 6th at the clubhouse, S. W.
th Ave and Fifth street. wi" I'"'"'"':
In the afternoon the pr gram ,..,. ... the Nazis
.. .mi.- assisted by \. \\. II. A. Chorus; l wi.
Musical s lections
Addresses by Rev. Dick Evans. I The Persecution of Jews
the ceremonies will start In the 1|V tne w- v Drum and Bugli Maurice Grossman E, Albert Pal Warsaw continues with no relei Can We Enroll Every Jew
Eernoon at 2:00 o'clock sharp, Corps; remarks by E. Albert Pal- ot; invocation, Rabbi Kellner. '" 8i*htl 0ne rePort s1-'1, : "' Some Synagogue." The asset
Id last throughout the day and Ot, president; I.ou Safan, athletic v.,,,., Zucca has been invited t J,ws a"' compelled to march W|H open with a reception at
be heard. The general themes of
year's conference is 'How
w in
ssembly
the
i the evening when a jfala chairman, will present Troop No. appear. The evening's ceremonie- trough ln'' ma'n Streets Of War- Joseph Scher Memorial Hall May
re will be the closing feature of 2:1 of the Girl Scouts, who will are scheduled to take an hur, af- Baw shoutinKi "Wc ,l<"vs wanted 5th with Rabbi David Zielonka of
day. present the colors and give a First ter which dancing by Artie Fried- war' Tampa as the principal speaker,
inal touches on the new ath- Aid demonstration; Austin Younts man and his orchestra will folbw ,~" ~~ ; Presidents of Congregation have
! field and improvements are athletic director of the Y. M. ('. on the Athletic Court SlllCldeS Continue bcen Invited to participate,
lg made, and the build ng A., will present an athletic pro- I Members of the dedication com-
imittee, headed by George Wol- gram consisting of: Tennis match, mittee are: E. Albert l'allot, gen-
has stated that everything City of Hollywood. Champs, vs eral chairman; Lou Safan, Her*
be in readiness for the affair. City of Miami Chamns; Gnal-II' man Waitsman, Fred K. Shochet.
B'rith Lodge No. 1146 will assist
In NaZl Germany the local West Palm Beach Con-
______ gregations with M. Bierman, pres-
ident, taking an active part. The
of a large number of im- ball match, Bob Miller, vs. Aaron ack Apte is ^r'' a?" m^ on-the-Main. This figure fur- Sisterhood annual luncheon meet-
?vements tncludmg a large >- I-borman. Dave Lemel- hcg an jn(|icatjon ,.,. the num. .
h on the MIM s.de M*M p m. OV*, .* jan, "jJJ^"^ ber of Jewish, suicid in the- Nazi- den't in charge. HeadauarterS of
ido, and Ju.es nson. iheM territories wt ,e cond.tions those attending will be at the
_ lare generally wo than in Get- LaUber Village Palm Beach.
IOSP1TAL DRIVE RKI'ORT !many The ptes nce of neutral *____________
WILL BE PUBLISHED diplomats aml ,,. spaper men has |
The complete list of contribu- alwavs served : il restraining in- Beth JaCOb
secured by the B'nai B'rith ,'luence on the Nazis In Germany. Elects OfficerS
ere the old entrance was with WIOD, Mr. Maurice Grossman, ex-
new entrance facing S. W. 16th ; cutive director, will conduct a ra-
snue. A new executive direc- lio program with Dr. Beckman.
oe A. Berman. I. I-evln, Herman
Waitsman. Walter Jacobs, E Al-
and library renovated, the j -art Pallot, Fred K. Shochet, and
allation of a new cafeteria and ?ea Stepkin participating. Bob
fchen, a paved outdoor dance jeara will render musical num-
lo and the erection of a gym ers.
office, new electrical fix-
es, Venetian blinds throughout,
athletic field, with diversi-
ties, has been built. Includ-
lin the athletic field are hand-
In the evening at 7:30 o'clock
harp, the program offers: Music-
ommiltee headed by M. J. Kopel-
Passover v ek saw the renewal
witz in the drive for funds for of the "rill al murder" charge,
he Crippled Children's Hospital The V1C10US >' "nti-Semitic week y
vill be published in next week's
.1 selections, American Legion, BSUe of The Jewish Floridian.


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Der Stuermer, published by Nazi-
dom's No. 1 Jewbaiter. featured
a story under huge headlines, dis-
closed the alleged murder of a
non-Jewish girl in Bohemia. The
Nazi publication raised every an-
cient and disproved charge imag-
nable and promises that the
'murder" will be revenged. "The
revenge will involve the whole
Jewish people." t^10 paper state I.
Plans Completed
For 1940 Meet
At a meeting held this week the
Beth Jacob Congregation held
election of officers for the ensu-
ng year. Mr. M. B- Frank was
re-elected president; Mr. Harry
Wasserman and Mr. Marcie Lieb-
erman, vice presidents; Mr. A. L.
Mechlowitz, re-elected secretary,
and Mr. David Goldstein treasur-
er. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Can-
tor .Maurice Mamches and Sexton
Max Feit were re-elected for five
...TV periods.
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YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION 'S NEWLY ERECTED ATHLETIC FIELD
New York, N. Y.The United
Synagogue of America this week
completed all plans for iis 1940
National Convention which wi'l
open at the Ritz Carlton Hotel
in Atlantic City. N. J.. next Fri-
day. May 10th and close the fol-
lowing Monday, May 18th. The
final program, as announced by
I^ui.s J. Moss of Brooklyn, N. Y,
who is National President of the
United Synagogue of America,
will include addresses by promin-
ent Jewmh and non-Jewish lead-
ers from every section of the
country.
Pre-convention religions ser-
vices will be held on Friday eve-
ning at the Community Syna-
gogue of Atlantic City. Rabbi Ja-
cob Bosniak of Brooklyn will of- ,
ficiatc and address the assembled
delegates on 'Religion and Dem-
ocracy," which is the theme of
the convention.
MAURICE GROSSMAN
Executive Director, Y. M. H. A.
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
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21 S. W. Second Avenue
J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor
3
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
OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL
FLORIDA CITIES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative
THE JEWISH^LORIDTAN
CHILD GUiOANCE
By Joseph A. Berman
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910
SUBSCRIPTION
One year ..._............................-......
Six Mcnths ..............................-.........
VOLUME 13 No. 18
MAY 3, 1940
F O It W A R D
Readers perusing (he columns of Iheir papers today arc usually
confronted iili the everlasting "over there." In the news we are in-
formed of bloodshed, destruction, incredible happenings, in this civi
lized "nrld of today. In editorials we are again reminded of condi-
tional given an opinion as to tin- causes presented, with suggestions
how you may and should do your hit anil lastly a definite warning, ith
a reference to past history, thai it can happen here and likewise to you.
Therefore, how refreshing must it ho to you readers, how spon-
taneous its reception, how welcome the information when you can
read not of destruction hut of const nut ionnot of "Over Tyiere" hut
of "Over Here" and by over here we mean in our own back yard.
Sunday the Young 'Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami
formally dedicates its new athletic field and improvements to its prop-
erty that saw more than 15,000 expended in an effort to bring together
even more closely than now, youth and their elders. The offshoot of
The writer will be glad to answer
iv problem of his readers. Write
to him in care of this paper)
Cont self.
A few years ago we witnessed
.ii interesting scene on a New
fork thoroughfare. A buyhe
nil dn't have been more than 8
ante dushing down the street, a
lorrible fear written on his face.
le ran straight up to a big WO-
nan and buried his head in her
ipron. The woman began gesticu-
ating and shouting at the child,
inaliy giving him a resounding
lap on the face. The youngster
ringed like a puppy who knows
he has done something wrong
'What are you always afraid of?"
, Shut up. Not another whimper
'tut of you, and a second slap.
A lady passing by. walked up
It.00 to the woman and inquired, "How
$1.00 lo vou expect your child to con-
trol himself, when you. his moth-
lor, can't exercise self-control T"
Whereupon, the big woman In the
apron went into a rage. 'What
------ business is it of yours, ydu busy-
i ody," she ranted.
It WAS the business i f the pass-
erby. A case like this is defin-
ite business of the public.
For hove w a v
1 cause hi
la.' Ii ss.
I
Iteir child-
i parl ularly neci
for mol hers with a let dew
'n vo iii lo exercise .
n a pnren 'hil In
What maki s lies '.'
Those days mot hers are getting
he blame for whatever is wrong
with their children. "Mothers
make sissies," says Dr. < harles A.
Drake, child psychologist Dr.
Drake made a study of 242 boys
known as sissies to their play-
niatcs. He itemized the traits
common to sissies and came to
he conclusion that mama's codd-
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
(BY HARRY SCUHARTZ)
,,,,,,,1.1i"
, ing. manias petty little fears,
a smal group, the l has won another major battle, in its struggle to ., ,
... ,. .. .. .,. ,... make sissies and sissies made bad-
attain its ultimate aim. a Community (enter .... one that will fill
the needs and one the community would be proud of.
Fortunate is it that it has been able to grow to the point where
and respected executive director, such as it now has, and whose altru- \t
istic endeavors will lead it to new heights and greater glory.
ly adjusted adults when they grow
ip.
How can parents keep a bov
it can afford the services of an intelligent, competent, conscientious !_.
, ... 7 -.. ____ i-_ __j _.u_____i._ ,*rom becoming a sissy? Dr. Drake
,Mya: 'The course of procedure
f w'' mothe,s-iV imP,e- The
years, has deemed it necessary that the fulltime of its capable direc- I*"*, ,rc^n 10"' A mother
tor be devoted to a cultural program featuring a Home Camp. Voca- IJJJf JJ^JJ11 ** "f^""
tional Guidance Group. Dramatics, forums, scouting, athletic diver- '
sions and social gatherings of an educational nature.
Fortunate that those affiliated have no thought of personal ag-
grandizement in their untiring efforts they put forth in building to-
wards that ultimate goal.
Greater Miami has much to look forward to in the Y. M. H. A. and
a greater cooperation by leaders in the community will do much to
quicken the progress of securing a long desired and much needed ,
Community (enter. Everyone should attend Sunday and by their jhrtnclu.s ospoe.a ly when the
presence show their approval of the past accomplishments, welcome ??"d Y ? f," "f^ "P '"'" '"'''
the new facilities and improvements and demonstrate their willing- ? *T. T "" "ushnn 1.
ness to be counted as a soldier in the Y's forward march, a drive that "J" thf chllds futurp happiness.
will bring victory to the participants and a Community Center to Great- |h,s V"""" an ******
1 s at stake. Mothers should re-
son, and she must be willing to
take steps that may involve some
self-sacrifice- The wise mother not
only permits her child to break
gradually from her control, but
encourages this by providing suit-
able opportunities, it may lead to
er Miami.
alize this before it is too late."
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Candidate for re-election to the
office of Dade County Tax Col-
lector, Hayes Wood, elected to of-
fice in 1936. believes that he has
fulfilled every pre-election prom-
ise made. Mr Wood, during his
administration, made poll tax re-
eipts available with registration
books, placed auto tax deputies
n outlying communities for the
jublic convenience, kept tag office
>pen Saturday afternoons and
lights during the rush periods,
ind turned over to the County
Commissioners $74,663 in excess
ees. He innovated a time saving
and simplified tax receipting sys-
tem and has used courteous but
firm methods in collecting delin-
quent taxes. Mr. Wood believes
hat Dade County citizens have
been appreciative of the courte-
ous, efficient and business like
manner in which the office has
been conducted.
r
Membrs of the Y. M. H. A. Dedication Committee f or Sunday includes Herman Waitsman. Harry
Schwartz, Lou Safan. Jack Apte- is chair man 0f tn special Membership Committee.
MAY 28 "Y" .NOMINATIONS
Since its inception in June of
1932 the Y. M. H. A. has made
he most rapid strides of any or-
ranization in this area. It is fit-
,ing and proper to look in retro-
pect in bringing back to memory
lames of the officers and board
nembers who, in their laborious
'fforts. played a large part in
he Y" to its present standing in
he elevating community.
Murray Grossman was instru-
nental in organiing this organia-
ion in June of 1932, then known
.s the Hebrew Athletic Club
Hurray was duly honored in be-
coming its first president, and
erved for two t> rms. In 1934, Al
Rosenfeld was elected I i the pres-
di n y t carry on the fine work
stai ted by the fii l ii In h
tion. In 1935 AI Gr issman Mur-
ay's j ounger brother, i ai ricd on
for the "V" in his capacity as
d
i
'. deal,
i Pa Hot
1 hip i lii>
if the "Y," n as the
i ickbone
"Y" financially and other-
wise. The year 1938 brought with
t .Milton Friedman as president
.nil the Greater Miami Federation
if Jewish Welfare Funds of which
he "Y" immediately b< came a
nuticipating member.
The 'Y' membership elected Pal-
ot for a second term in June of
939. Giving due koved to every
irovi his administration. I think it
iroper to familiarize each of you
With the present officers and
ward with Al Pallot, president;
Al Grossman, vice president; Leon
-ieberman. secretary, and Nal
Blumberg. treasurer. They forme'
the officers of the year 1939-40.
On the board are Dr. Harold Ran I
Herman Waitsman, Jack Apte.
Dr. Sam Beckman, Lewis Safan,
Adolph llainies. Ix-o Robin-n n.
Fred Shochet- Matty Bandler, Irv-
ing Querido, Jules Wilson. Hei r
Gabbe, Joseph A. Berman, Harry
Gordon. Al Berkowitz and Han.,
Schwartz.
As great a part as each ha
played including the officers and
b '.nil membe b, since 1932 the
high esteem the community holds
for the 'Y" today could never
have been possible were it not for
the splendid work of two out-
standing men. The first being the
one and only Boris Schlachman,
Olov Ha Sholem. who was execu-
tive director of the "Y" from 1935
to June of 1937. when he depart-
ed from this earth. His absence
will always be felt.
The second is our present ex-
ecutive director, Maurice Gross-
man. If ever a man took the bull
by the horns and got results, that
honor must surely be deserving
of Maurice Grossman. In a span
of less than two short years, the
"Y" has increased its membership
ten fold and its present possibil-
ities are unlimited, especially now
with the erection of a new Ath-
letic Field and Gymnasium, a long
desired need of the association.
Having been on the board of the
" M. H. A. since 1935, I can
truly say that my greatest thrill
will be realized on Sunday. May
6th at which time we will display
The 'Y In Action," on our new
niiHIimHinnHmMnNniMiiu......(..iiihiiiimim........ihhihiiiu
field and building. More .).,,,
3.000 letters have been mailed out
to the Greater Miami public. All
of us at the "Y" feel confident
that we now have something sub-
tantial to offer the prospective
nembers in every conceivable
orm of culture, social and ath-
etic programs.
At the present time the mem-
lership rates are as follows:
Senior Y. M. H. A., $6.00 per
-ear.
Senior Y. W. H. A.. $1.00 per
ear.
Junior Y. M. H. A., boys and
rirls 16 to 21 years, $3.00 per
ear.
Sub-junior boys and girls. 12 to
6 years. $2.00 per year.
This fee entitles each member
o all privileges of the organiza-
ien. The only i tber membership
vailable at the "Y" is the <:
tor's I lub 0 per life i
ership. 'Ibis scale may be re-
i l soon bo may we urgi
nd every one of you to i
' bla ik
urie a
i outh Building < >
ation in the south, the Y.
\. of Greater Miami.
For further information p
,4012 or 3-9151.
**
SENIOR DIVISION V. W. H. \
The annual Passover Tea n
held in the clubrooms last 8
day afternoon. A very fine pro-
gram was prepared by thl
mittee of which Mrs Alber! '.
Reisman was chairman. I:
Kendall- pupil of Dora Ros
muse School of Dramatics ren-
lered a condensed version of "You
Can't Take It With You." and
Irs. Mildred Rubinstein sang Kli
Sli accompanied by Mrs. Shaffer
l he piano. A very large crowd
ended. The committee assisting
'is. Reisman were Mrs. A. J.
-eitlin, Mrs Jennie Levinson and
>Irs. Sootin.
The next regular meeting will
e held on Wednesday, May 8 at
:30 p. m. in the clubrooms at
vhich time nomination and elec-
ion of officers and board mon-
ies will take place, Refreshments
A"ill be served.
On Wednesday evening. May 19
his division will sponsor a bingo
arty at the '.Y Mrs. Leon Licb-
erman is chairman and furthi r
details will be given next wee!:.
This affair will be held for the
purpose of purchasing books for
the library.
o>
rV
JUNIOR DIVISION
Last Thursday evening the fol-
lowing officers were elected In
this division: President. Sherman
Freedman; vice president. Be.i
Merlin; treasurer, Lcroy Fcldman;
secretary. Nataleah Simons. Mem-
bers at large are Margaret Horo-
witz and Bernic Greenstein.

SENIOR DIVISION
The next meeting of the board
of directors of this division will
I ie held Wednesday evening, May
8 in the library of the Y. M. H.
A. All members are urged to be
present.
THE FORUM GROUP
Mr- Joseph A. Berman, voca-
tional guidance director at the
*Y" conducted an open forum at
I the meeting of this group on the
subject "Youth and Hobbies." A
very large group attended and
the entire evening was enjoyable.
3


FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
PAGE FIVE
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POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Picturesword pictures in vivid
languagefrom Europe bring us
contrasts In systems of govern-
ment that make us thankful even
for primary times. At the same
time the primaries and their at-
tendant limelighting of the rec-
ords of candidates give us an ad-
ded insight into what makes our
government click and renews our
faith in a democracy where a state
official like Comptroller J. M Lee
turns to the courts for light on
legislative tax enactions and un-
failingly returns to taxpayers any
items the courts rule against.
Florida is particularly fortun-
ate in its choice for heading up
the fiscal side of its government.
Jim Lee is a firm and steadfast
believer in the constitution, real-
izing how dangerous would be any
policy to the contrary. He has
been steadfast in following the
court interpretations of tax laws
and unfailing in relying upon the
courts of the land for guidance in
disbursing the taxpayers' mancy
after the state gets it.
A an h foe of dictatorship in
m he has been one of the
lern disciples of com-
.! j, M of the three de-
of governnu I I
cutive and I. He
;,, interfer
irs when he a
|i gislature; and he
foil >v
nign i dge th il if i le
,,., er he would n( I be eti
ally trying to tell the le
what to do. Thus he naturally
turns to the courts when doubts
I on laws "dumped" in hi-
administration.
He may keep the courts busy
he has more- litigation in the su-
pn mi court than any two prede-
t-essi !.- but that's what the courts
for. And it is well that out
comptroller relies upon them foi
the protection of taxpayersall
alikeOkeechobee News.
At a large political rally at 4th
and Washington Ave., Tuesday
evening, April 80th, candidates
running for State Senate and
Sheriff addressed the huge gath-
ering. Max M. Singer actinic
chairman, is active in the Senate
race endorsing Dan Chappell.
Miami R turni ig to his native
lower east coast from a trium-
phant swing through Hillsbor-
ough. Pinellas and Pasco coun-
ties, B. P. Paty, of West Palm
Beach, this area's only candidate
for governor, announced at local
headquarters today he will spend
the remaining days before next
Tuesday's primary in the Greater
Miami area.
A few of many reports coming
from Paty state headquarters at
West Palm Beach are reprinted
below.
Pi nsalcola "Paty will unques-
... carry Bscambia county.
with \Vhitehair and II iland fight-
ing it out for second place."
Byrd Sims.
Jacksonville "Veteran Duval
_____________________________
county politicians, including Sher-
iff Rex Sweat, place Paty no low-
er than second in the first pri-
mary. Indications point to close
battle for top position between
Paty and Fuller Warren, native
son."George Pierce, City Coun-
cilman.
Tampa '"Pinellas county poll
shows Paty gaining rapidly on
Holland in tussle for lead. White-
hair slipping badly and may not
finish in the money." John
Broaddus, Independent merchant.
Orlando 'Paty second today
but, if continues present pace,
stands excellent chance of carry-
ing Orange County.' William
Glenn, publisher-
Sebring"Highlands county for
Paty strong. Reaction to recent
rally here tremendous. Whitehair
r.o better than fourth."Nate
Broking, publisher.
RE-ELECT
BnRTUILEf
CANDIDATE FOR
CIRCUIT COURT
JUDGE
(lROtfP l
Senior Divih on
I ASK YOUR VOTE
AND SUPPORT
Hayes
Wood
TAX
COLLECTOR
COURTEOUS
PROGRESSIVE
EFFICIENT
/
IPal I Culltli al Adv. >
For
Civil Court of Record
OF DADE COUNTY
JUDGE
TRIED
and
TRUE
Keep Judge Hendry in the of-
f'ce where he ia serving the
people faithfully, competently
and conscientiously.
F.emember whin von Vote
May 7 to Cast Your Ballot
for Judge Norman Hendrv.
who has proven himself
worthy the position he
now holds.
(Political Adv. Paid for By Friend*)
ELECT
EDWIN C.
F R A S E R
STATE
COMPTROLLER
For a Progressive,
Courteous, Business-Like
Administration
Youth Spells Progress
(Paid Political Ad I
DON'T BE FOOLED AGAIN
MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH
WILL NOT
GET A SQUARE DEAL IN
STATE AFFAIRS UNTIL WE
ELECT OUR OWN
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA CANDIDATE
FOR GOVERNOR
B. F. PATY
of West Palm Beach
HE WILL GIVE THE PEOPLE OF THE WHOLE
STATE EQUAL RIGHTS AND TREAT
EVERYONE WITH UNDERSTANDING
HE WILL REPEAL THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX
AND VIGOROUSLY OPPOSE ANY FORM
OF SALES TAX
(Political Adv. Paid for by Miami Beach Friends)
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THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1545 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
RABBI'*, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p.
m.
Friday evening services, S:30 p
m.
Shabbes: 9 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbea: 5 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 6:15 p. m.
AFTER THE YOMTOV
The pleasant Festival of Pass-
over has passed Ltorah and we
contemplate with pleasant satis-
faction the fine turnout and
splendid attendance on the part
of both young and old. May this
be the begining of a period of in-
tensive Jewishness and religious
living-
TALMUD TORAH
Regular classes in the Talmud
To rah have been resumed and they
meet daily from 3:30 P. M. Par-
ents are urged to supervise the
regular attendance of their chil-
dren.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
Classes in Sunday School will
again be held in the Synagogue on
Sunday morning comig from 10
A. M. to li' o'clock. Examination
for the term are scheduled for
Sunday morning. May 19th.
CONGRATULATIONS
We take this means of extend-
ing our sine treat congratulations
to our good neighbors of the Y.
M. II. A. on the occasion of their
benediction exercises. We arc
happy to note their steady pro-
gress and bespeak for them the
good wishes and congratulations
of the Congregation.
LADIES AUXILIARY
A most important meeting of
the Ladies Auxiliary will be held
Tuesday afternoon, May 7th at
2:30 P. M. in the Y. M. H. A.
auditorium. At this meeting the
slate of officers selected by the
nominating committee will be
brought in. Plans will be adopted
for activities during the spring.
WORDS OF THANKS
We are sincerely grateful to
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten
for the splendid party in their
home during Choi Ilamoed jat
which time a substantial sum was
raised for the Talmud Torah.
Many thanks to our Rebbetzen
who arranged for a nice Passover
Children's party in the Synagogue
on Shvei Shi Pessach.
BETH JACOB BULLETIN
(Continued From Page 3)
YOUNG JUDEANS
Our Young Judeans meet every
Thursday night at 8. They are
planning a synagogue project.
They will join in the Log B'Omer
picnic,
A. /.. A.
The A. Z. A. meets every Sun-
day evening at 7:30. It is a pleas-
ire to visit them at their well at-
ended and well conducted meet-
ngs.
BOY SCOUTS
Our Boy Scout troop meets ev-
ery Tuesday night at 8 P. M. The
boys are looking for an assistant
scout master. Perhaps you can
help
MINMONAIRES
Our minnionairea are coming to
the close of their year's activities.
The final annual affair is being
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155 W. FLAGLER ST,
PHONE 3-4132
ROOT BRUNSTETTER
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group 1
Democratic Primary, May 7, 1940
Ability Experience
Judicial Temperament
Your Vote and Support Appreciated
(Paid Political Advertisement)
ELECT
FRANK E. BRYANT
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Group Three
A Free and Un.Trammelled Jadiciary"
Born in Gibson County, Tennessee
Graduate of University of Tennessee.
Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen yean.
Practiced law in Miami fifteen years.
President Dade County Bar Association 19SB.
Member, Florida State and American Bar Association.
Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for fire years.
Member, Coral Gables Post No. 98, American Legion.
Hu Only Campaign Promise is a Fair, Honest and
Courageous Administration of Justice
(Paid Political Advertiemrnt)
planned to take place the end of
this month.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Our Jewish War Veterans meet
every other Monday night at our
synagogue. Veterans desirous of
joining and meeting old acquaint-
ances are invited-
CONGRATULATIONS
Our Mazul Tov to Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Katz on the birth and brilh
of a son. May they bring him up
in health and happiness L'Torah
'( hupah ul'maasim Tovim.
NEW RECORD
Our synagogue served an at-
tendance of over two thousand
Jews, may their number increase.
n four minyanim held the last
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dressed each service.
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RE-ELECT
GEORGE E. HOLT
JIEPRESENTATTVE
in the Legislature
GROUP ONE
He has served you faithfully
and well
SEND HIM BACK
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ELECT
GHAPPELL
STATE
SENATOR
Help Both Yourself and
Dude County
(Paid Political A.lv )
The Swing Is To
Fraser
And a $3.00 Car Tag
WALTER FRASER stands for a $3
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government to save $10,000,000 a year
... nine months school terms and bet-
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of business.
GIVE BUSINESS A CHANCE TO
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WALTER FRASER
FOR GOVERNOR
A BUSINESS MAN, WITH A BUSINESS PLAN
VOTE FOR FRASER
ELECT YOURSELF
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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940
THE J1WIEH FLOMDIAM
PAGE SEVEN
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
(MIAMI S PIONKER CONGREGATION)
135 NORTHWE8T THIRD AVENUE
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi198 Southwest 18th Road
Office Phiw M<7J
Home Phone 2-2171
PERMANENT CALENDAR [emphatically that Sunday School
'training for our children is ccr-
D.,!y .ervice- at 7 a. m. and jnly nofc suffk.ie|,t vhMn,n
Friday evening, o:30 o clock (can appreciate the value of our
Sabhatb *>vices, Saturday 8:30 Hebraic civilization only by at-
8. m. itcndiiiK Hebrew classes which are
Late Friday evening services, held daily. We therefore urge
Friday evening 8:15. (parents to sc the wisdom of act-
junior jervic Saturday 10:30 ively participating, and Bending
their children to the Talmud To-
'Htdrew School. 3:15 to G:15 p.
m. Bar-Mitzvah: The Bi r M tz-
. School "unday 10:00 a. van" group meet every Sunda-
ni. morning from D to 10 in der thi
Bar Mitzvah Group, Sunday boys of 12 and over are eligibl
,, ,: a, m. direction of Mr. Louis Ga on;
\ i | History Group, Sunday attend. The boy.- arc taught th
mel di.'s for the differeni "Por-
of Law."
a. ir
i a. m.
- erhood Meeting, third Wed- tlons
ni day of Month.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
P tSSOVER CELEBRATION
An unusually large attendance
of men, women and children were
the Passover wick. It was ex-
prcsenl at all the services during
tremely gratifying to see the re-
ligious interest so many of our
members and friends manifested
during Passover.
May this be the beginning of a
faith refructified and re-strength-
ened in our midst. Special ser-
vices were held by our Junior Con-
gregation and over 100 boys and
girls were present at each service.
The Synagogue was crowded to
capacity during the last day of
Passover with more members of
Beth David present than ever be-
fore, which is as it should be.
REUGIOUS AND CULTURAL
INSTITUTION
Talmud Torah: It is gratify-
see the continued attend-
ance at the Hebrew classes
throughout the week. We admit
Final examinations of all i
of the Beth David Sunday School
will take place Sunday morning,
May 19th; the annual picnic foi
the regular students only will be
held Sunday, May 2(5. Closing ex-
ercise and prize awards will take
place Sunday morning. June 2nd
with Confirmation exercises that
evening at 8:15.
AMERICANIZATION
CLASSES
Throughout the entire season,
Americanization classes are be-
ing held at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah, Tuesday and Thurs-
day evenings from 7:30 to 9:30,
under the very capable tutorship
of Mrs. Maurice Grossman. These
classes are still in session, and
those who are interested are to be
present those evenings. The Beth
David is very happy to co-operate
with the B'nai Ii'rith and the
Council of Jewish Women by
granting its facilities for such
splendid purposes.
At a well attended meeting held
recently at the Beth David audi-
torium, election of officers for the
ensuing year took place. The fol-
lowing women were elected unani-
mously to office:
Prsident, Mrs. Irvin L. Siegel.
first vie president, Mrs. Isadoi
Fine, second vice president, Mrs.
PUT
"HORSE SENSE"
IN THE SENATE
ELECT
FRED P. COSE
. SENATOR
Florida Can Count
on Cone
(Paid Political Adv.)
Harry Markowitz. third vice pres-
ident, Mrs- Hyman Sootin; treas-
urer, Mrs. Sol Weinkle; recording
secretary, Mrs Wm. Friedman;
corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sam
Ehrlich; financial secretary, Mrs.
M. J. Kopelowitz; executive sec-
retary, Mrs. Louis Margulies; au-
ditor, Mrs. Saul Grief; trustees
for one year, Mrs. Chas. P'eretz-
man, Mrs. Marris Badanes, and
Mrs. Hyman Mack; trustees for
two years, Mrs. Julius Speclor
Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Edith
Syman; trustees for three years,
Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mrs. Joseph
Fine and Mrs. Charles Abbott-
Mrs. Isador was elected honorary
president.
Mrs. Isador Cohen, retiring presi-
lent, and her officers for the fine
achievements this past year.
REV. J. MALEK
Experienced
M 0 H E L
PHONE 3-0628
IM N. W. 10th At*.

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RE-ELECT
TOM WOOD
CONSTABLE
District No. 2
EXPERIENCED
EFFICIENT
COURTEOUS
One Good Term
Merits Another"
(Paid r.ntic-ni A4V-)
Vote For
LEGISLATURE
Candidate Tor
MARSHALL C.
WISEH EART
GROUP 2
Honest, Able and Intelligent
Representation for Dade County
(Paid Political Adv.)
J. LAN! DAVIS
F () R
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
District No 2
DADE COUNTY
100$ For Townsend Plan
A Native Flondian
20 Years in Dade County
17 Years in District 2
Subject to Democratic
Primary. May. 1940
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Announcinp he Opening of Two Summer Camps by
Rabbi 4. Wrubel, Directorfor 1940 Season
Camp Jellwood Camp French Broad
for J .vish Girls for Jewish Boys
Wayncsville, N. C. Brevard, N. C.
FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25
For I) criptive Book!et and Further Information, Write:
RABBI S. WRUBEL
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RE-ELECT HIM
MAY 7th
Learned. Courteous and
Efficient
(Paid Polltloal Adv.)
ELECT
30BEBTJ BQOIE
for
CIRCUIT JUDGE
DADE AND MONROE
COUNTIES, FLORIDA
Group 4
Democratic Primary May, 1940
Always the friend of the people jiving time and service
to help with public improvements and establishment cf
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1910
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1ST N. E. lth gtreet
Office Phone 2 7748
RABBI JACOB M. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. XWITMAN
MM Indian C.rk DtIts-lM H N. B. list St.MM
MIAMI BBACH MIAMI
Ither r sots of th* Rmbhl. will bt li thi Tsiapl* vary moraine.
Tail may consult with them on matters concerning the Jswls commo-
Hr. or your personal problems. Tou will bo assured sympathetic
bearing and adrlce, and, needless to say, sack matter will be bold la
strict confidence.
CONGREGATIONAL
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
SABBATH EVE SERVICES
chairman, nominating committee,
will present the slate.
IN MEMORIAM
Friday evening, May 3rd, 8:15
p. m. the sermon: "Your Question
is Wrong," will be delivered by
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services
conducted by Rabbi Colman A. of May 3rd, the memories of the
'May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the Friday evening services
Zwitman.
SABBATH MORNING SERVICES
Saturday morning May 3rd, 11
a. m. the interpretation of weekly
Biblical portion by Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman. Services conducted
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
C. C. Youmans, one of the lead-
ing members of the Dade t'ounty
Bar, has been practicing law in
Miami for sixteen years, is a can-
didate for Circuit Judge of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Group
4 Mr. Youmans came to Miami in
1924 where he has practiced law
continuously since then and ha.-
handled a great volume of im-
portant litigation. He has been
active in Sunday School an 1
church work, member of the
American 'Legion, the Civitan
CIlub, Y. M. C. A., and is a Ma-
son. Mr. Youmans realizing the
importance of the courts and be
lieving that no government is any
LOUIS ZEIENTZ stronger or any better than i.s
ashier in the office of Mr. Hayes judicial branch, believes that the
Vood. Tax Collector, is a long factorily to the people at large.
ime Miami resident and active
ommunal worker, a board mom-
ier and past president of Temple
Brael,
courts can be made to function
more efficiently and more satis-
has de'eided to run for this office.
VOTE FOR
MILTON H.
DAVIS.Se.
FOR
Justice of the Peace
DISTRICT NO. 1
Subject
~ aw'
to Democratic
Mav 7th 1940
rimary
LABORING MANS FRIEND
(raid Pulltl.al A I,.)
following will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Clara Mich- |
ebon, mother of Mrs. Sidney A.
Wienj Harriet Matthews sister of
Mrs. M. L. Marcus.
Yahrzeits: Rose Liebling. moth-
by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan with par- <>" of Mr. Norman Liebling; Lena
ticipation of Confirmation Class.
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood election of of-
ficers will take place Monday af-
ternoon, May 6th. at 2:00 p. m< at
the May Sisterhood meeting. Sis-
terhood board meeting will be held
at 1:00 p. m. preceeding the reg-
ular meeting. Members are urged
to attend. Mrs. Max Orovitz,
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There ia No Substitute for
PERFORMANCE
RE-ELECT
ERNEST R.
GRAHAM
Your
STATE SENATOR
(Paid Political Adv.)
Williamson, mother of Mr. Jos.
Williamson and Mrs. Melvin S.
Goldstrom.
rTjoiJST BROS Ry^
J* Is the BEST!
SLENDERIZE
THE
BIGHT
WAY

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REDUCINO
OUI SPECIALTY
lech Person Recelree
Indlrldsal Altentlea
Call For Appointment
MIAMI HEALTH
INSTITUTE
Br. B. F. EhrliM, Nmtor
NstareeiNrh) PaysMea
Tll- I .-IT laespM * JUDGE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
OF FLORIDA
VOTE FOR AND ELECT
ROSS WILLIAMS
JUDGE
r-
CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT
ELECT
j. TOM WATSON
Attorney General
State of Florida
B^st Fitted by Edvci
tion, Ten.pera.uent, Ex-
pcreme, and Cou.age.
Subject to Dent- Primarj
(Pol. Adv. I.l. by a Friend)
Present Judge, Group One
Candidate to Succeed Himself for
Full Term
Graduate Literary ami Law Depart-
ment*, Mercer University, Maooji,
Georgia.
Worked way through college as
waiter in dining hall and janitor of
Tatna.ll Square Baptist Church In
Blaoon.
Successor to Honorable H. F. At-
kinson. deceas.il, and Is maintaining
the high traditions set by Judge At-
kinson.
{"resent term will not expire until
July 29. 1941. His three years Judi-
cial Record Commend Him fur a full
Term.
Subject to Democratic Primary
May 7, 1940
Age 43
LET'S RE ELECT
LI.
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT NO. ONE
He Has Served Faithfully.
Why Should We Change.
(raid Political Adv.)
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Equal Justice To All-
ELECT
BENJAMIN
AXLEROAD
JUDGE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
On a Record of Community Service
" lilt leal Adv.)
(Paid l'
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An Open Letter
April 29h, 1940
Through the columns of The Jewish Floridian, I wish
to urge all of my friends in the State of Florida to support
he candidacy for Governor of Walter B. Fraaer.
From long association with Mr. Fraser I know him
to be a liberal of the highest type; and I am convinced
that if he is elected Governor of this State he will have
its welfare uppermost in his mind.
I feel, sincerely, that the progressive platform, upon
wfhich he is running, merits the vote and support of a'l
straigHt-thinking men and women who are concerned with
the future of their State and its freedom from subversion.
Cordially yours
Israel Feiden
COKEfucius say:
Rich Man cuss ROOSEVELT because he giro Poor
Man JOB. Why don't Rich Man give Poor Man Job?
Gorernor who spend 50% LESS to run One STATE
efficiently and honestly make one line UNITED
STATES Senator.
One TEN CENT Fountain Pen keep $12,000,000 in
Florida TAXPAYERS' Pock
Goremor who save MANY yflLLION Dollars for
Taxpayers of Dads County MUST be Friend of
Taxpayer*.
Cannons on FLORIDA COAST Help keep Little Man
with Big Mustache in Europe.
Old folk, can't EAT candidates' wild election
PROMISES.
Fred P. Cone
for United States Senate

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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Junior Had ass ah
By Elsie Kronenfcld
finds when she looks within her-
self, we have a remedy too. We
point down the road of the past
and with history as our proof
point out that we all have the
same heritage, the same portraits
PAGE NINE
- uetimes individual
human on ''''' wa,la ,m"'- None was
. forgets to practice what '':iy l"'tt"' !';"' n""1, will be any
eachea causing heartache betteri "'" perhaps in this m -
*
sunderstanding. Tolerance n,nl ol' Lime ""' "cales are un-
big word when you look it 1'alan'l'>1-
i in the face. So of course We of Hadasaah have not yet
Vou must forgive us small people learned these lessons. No, not yet,
we fail to see some part of I0r as we said lladassah nir s arc
human and the word tolerance is
It.
Vou admit lladassah
We can hear them now
big when you look it square in the
face. We arc trying and we are
What!
1 ... ... v certain thai some day we will en-
ev.la mina: with amazement. Yes, ,
K .. large our range of vision.
Don't forget folks that in the
able to all citizens upon terms of State in all legal matters but def-
actual money costs that everyone initely not in the capacity of a
can meet. ______ prosecutor. Many have rallied to
.. -,il- Watson's candidacy and a
From the camp of Governor successful campaign is envisioned
Fred P. (one. who is running for by his many friends.
the i b Senate, comes word that ______
^J2ToL\Z Confident that the strong siient
SUP.....ters predfc, tZ SoveS ^Z h '"" T ^ r""
Judge Faul D. Hams, candidate ^iS''* f**" '? W **
for rejection to the >,,, ,,' ,"" .?*with *
,. ti* t iai ciiloll til it tile 'ii,i'"*iM *.
the Circuit and Civil Court has i, '"'M u
occupied this office or Se'past '" "'" '""^ M'"> '" **'
*.i 101 mt p.ibi ,|,.(| avenue to the staff
fourteen years. Judge Barns bases | ..^
v e admit lladassah can err. for
- an organization made up of
The rivets that hold her next 1,w weeks annual May
together are girls. Human girls. Duv dance will ,ilk<' pl* To
Some pretty, some plain, but girls. u" the candidates for May Queen
,res of emotions, youths of we extend ou* bl'st wishes. We'll
. derness and beauty of feeling. be there with most '"' Miami to
Of passioned likes and st''' "'"' '" the tfri" crowned as
Women sometimes filled (*ueen ol llu' MaV-
, hunger of revenge. There------------------------------m ,____
be any Hadassah were POLITICAL BRIEFS
his success on equity that guar-
antees every defendant,
0 N
J.
HIS RECORD
ELECT
L
i these women and Hadas- ,,,
would not be needed if all
._-_ erfect. Therefore we admit
m*J\\-.i lassah girls can and > err.
we all.
R iscoe ii ii Bt tci r, can lidate
or Judge of the Circuit Court ol
he Eleventh Judicial Circuit ol
Florida" in Divisi II "A" has been
or Ha.lassah the young Es- a re8jdent f Miami since 1926 He
thei of Israel, tries as is her job j-as 1)Pl.n m..iv(. in Miami commun. i
to alleviate suffering. Suffering ] VToi^.u naving WOrked for the '
not just of the body but, oh so ..siablishment of the University
much more telling, mental tor- cf Miami, was general chairman
Intolerancethe opposite (I thl. reorganization committee
of that big word we mentioned be- ,- ,|. pregen( |)a,|,. County Com-
for< Is so often the cause of these ,mUnity Chest and an active mem-
: pains that perhaps elimin- her of many organizations. He is
of the need for this word is L trustee of the University of Mi-
f the most important func- |amj aml a trustee and treasurer of
the Dade County Community
ie $3 tag can and must be
every defendant, every P*". *, Floridians," Fraser de-
plaintiff, whether represented by Present tag fee is a
brilliant or mediocre legal talent. ,graVe ,njustlcc-
fair and impartial hearing. "'* can an application of business method's
Candidate for the Circuit Court to slate government at least .$10,-
bench. Frank E. Bryant, is em- 000'000 ca" be saved annually.
phasizing the fact that he will Thls is more than three times the
bring impartial justice to this '"st (,f tne ta* reduction,
ben. h b. cause he has never been Staunch advocate of business in
embroiled m any ( ;y a; ,.,,; government, nine months schools
controversies. Mr. Bryant's only |40 monthly for the aged and a
political promise is a fair, honest state publicity campaign thai
and c uragoous administration of wou!d bring millions of addition',]
JUSt"'t'- ______ tour>*ts lure eaeh year. Fraser
- 'Jas been six times mayor of St .
candidate for re-election as Augustine and is a winter resi- |H0Ui of Representatives,
state Senator, Ernest R. Graham dent of .Miami at 820 N E 80th Count-v Commissioner, Mayor,
has during bis term eliminated street. i Business Man, Educator.
poll taxis and put no new state "--------------____________ (Paid Political Adv.)
for
STATE
TREASURER
HE MADE GOOD AS: U. S.
Collecor of Internal Revenue,
State Senator, Member of
poll taxes and put no new state
taxes on Dade. He feels that he
is en.it ed to another term due to
his experience and past record.
of Hadassah.
Being wise she looks first with-
elf. There she finds petty
jeal usy and dislike. There she
one girl hurting another be-
|(r* iU8i the first doi's not under-
stand the second. There she sees
intolerance of one class for an-
Then Hadassah goes to
work. First we show that what
has the other hasn't works
both ways. In other words, a girl
car. be jealous of something the
has. Therefore things bal-
nci up and there is no need of
any but kind thoughts. We try
a our fellow young women
Know u- and we try to return the
knowledge. If one of us is hurt
and in some fashion talk it
We know thai when a w rand
i il can be eradicated
'' r intolerance of one class for
tl last thing Hadassah
Chest. Mr. Brunstetter believes
that there is a definite work that
he can do as a Judge to help ex-
pedite justice and by eliminating
delays and costly procedure to
make proper court action avail-
AGAIN
DADE COUNTY NEEDS
MORRIS MCELYII
J. Tom Watson, candidate for
he office of Attorney General of '
Florida, resides at Tampa, and is
a widely known attorney. Mr.
Watson states that as attorney ,
general he will represent the
J00G[ WORTH IN.
IN THE
LEGISLATURE
A NO. 1 MAN FOR AN
A-l LEGISLATOR
Democratic Primaries
(Paid Political Adv.)
Candidate For
Keiioniination To Succeed
Himself As
CIRCUIT JUDGE
GROUP 3
He Will Appreciate Your
Support
(Political Aii\. Paid for by Friends)
(
CANDIDATE
FOR
Judre Of The
CIVIL COURT
OF RECORD
Served you faithfully in two
Off"ons of the Legislature,
"tiers twenty-five years exper-
'-nce in the making and inter-
pretation of the law."
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
MAY 7, 1940
(Paid Political Adv.) {
ELECT
I. EVERHART
Your Next
LEGISLATOR
in
GROUP NO. 2
"Your Vote and Support
Appreciated"
(Pain Political Adv.)
RE-ELECT
"The Best Sheriff
Dade County Ever Had"
D. C. COLEMAN
There is no question of a doubt that the
majority will do their share on the day
of the Primary and give their hearty
support to "D. C." Coleman. He is wor-
thy of being returned to the office of
Sheriff, due to his unfailing activity, in
bringing one of the most important de-
partments of the County Government
up to the highest standard.
IMPORTANT
To Vote For
D. C. COLEMAN
for
SHERIFF
Pull Down Lever
20A OVER the
name of D. C.
COLEMAN and
leave the lever
down.
VOTE MAY 7th
FOR SHERIFF COLEMAN
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THE J^WttH IXOBIPIAJ
FRIDAY. MAY 3. 19|0
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Thomas J. Kelly, candidate for
Tax Collector for Dade County,
has been one of Dade County's
business, fraternal, social and
civic organization leaders for the
past 20 years. Mr. Kelly has been
elected commander of Harvey
Seeds American Legion Post of
Miami twice, past exalted ruler of
the Miami Elks, and state chair-
man of the American Legion Na-
tional Defense Committee. If
elected pledges himself to have
efficiency, economy and courtesy.
Thomas B. Everhart, candidate
for State Legislature Group 2, is
a native Floridian and has been
practicing law since 1916. He is
a member of the Trinity Method-
ist Church of Miami, Elks, Scot-
tish Rite Mason, Harvey Seeds
Post American Legion, Dade Coun-
ty Bar and Florida Bar Associa-
tions.
W. H. Burwell, candidate for
Judge of the Circuit Court, Elev-
enth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Group One, has been president of
the Miami Lions Club and chair-
man of the Overseas Highway
commission. He believes that his
activity in the civic work in Miami
coupled with his common sense and
courteous judcial temperament
qualify him to fill this office.
Candidate for County Commis-
sioner District No. 2 J. Law Davis
has been a resident of Dade Coun-
ty for the past twelve years and
a resident of Little River since
1923. Mr. Davis' platform is a
guarantee that he shall at all
times give due consideration to
any proposition or project that
might in any way benefit his dis-
trict.
Candidate to succeed himself as
Judge of the Civil Court of rec-
ord of Dade County, Judge Nor-
man Hendry was appointed to this
office. Judge Hendry advocates
that the purpose of courts is to
promote justice and serve the pub-
lic interest.
R. B. Chastain, constable of Dis-
trict 1, is a candidate for re-elec-
tion to this office. In 1932 he be-
came constable and established a
reputation for efficiency and
courtesy in office. He was re-
rlectod in 1936 and feels that his
experience and past record merits
him another term.
Candidate for State Legislature
in Group Two from Dade County,
Marshall Wiseheart resides in
Coral Gables, is a member of the
Florida Bar Association of which
he has been a director for the
past three years, and is active in
civic movements. Mr. Wiseheart
believes that the growth of the
community demands that legislat-
ors should be chosen who will give
their honest and sincere efforts
towards solving existing prob-
lems.
Reiterating that he would sock
no other officeelective or ap-
pointive -during his term as gov-
prnor, Francis Whitehair told 6,-
000 Pinellas voters that he had
no "burning ambition" to make a
political career out of his career.
"Whitehair proposes to change
things in Tallahassee, patch up
the loop holes, cut out the red
tape and political hand outs, pro-
vide adequately for our schools
out of existing state revenue, im-
prove governmental services with-
out additional .' taxation and in
general restore public confidence
in state government."
ism Rally crowd gathered in Fla-
mingo Park. Miami Beach.
Heaping particular scorn upon
the Nazis whose principles he
termed "most vicious of all the
isms'." Macfaddcn didn't spa-e
Communism or Fascism in his
May Day address timed to C un-
cide with the anniversary of the
founding of the communistic
Third Internationale.
| We have no room in America
for traitors of this kind," the sen-
ate candidate said. "With our well-
known aptitude for being tolerant,
we Americans have been far too
tolerant of the sabotaging activi-
ties of these termites. Keep agents
like Fritz Kuhn and Earl Browder
in jail where they belong."
The many friends of Dan Chap-
pell are convinced that lie will
lead the field of three contenders
for the state senate. They say,
How can you beat a man with so
engaging a persona ity, so sound-
ly constructive a program Rnd
such a fine record of accomplish-
ment to back it up?"
Having the unique qua'.ity of a
good mixer who h-i! dem tra.cd
he can get what he goes a i > l :
using sugar instead of vinegar,
supporters of Chappell poil I 0 '
Elect a FAMILY NAN to
Board of PubVo In------''<>-
that such an engaging personal, y
i, needed to reestablish friendly
relations wHh other legislators at
Tailahassee.
Cart A. Biley, candidate for Cir-
cuit Court Judge. Gr up One. was
engaged with the late Judge At-
kinson and R. Freeman Burdwe in
the practice of law before Judge
Atkinson's elevation to the bench.
Mr. Riley states that "because of
my long and close association with
tnis division and the three Judg s
thereof, as court reporter and
lawyer during a twenty-nine year
period. I bespeak your vote and
support."
Clyde W. Tolson, candidate for
member of Board of Public In-
Btrrction District No, 4. a resident
of Dade C unty since 1911, favors
!a non-poiicical efficient business
administration, better and more
.dequate transportation ;,. ,u|.
Iran, the installation of inexpen-
ive heating equipment ;l|;
Jade County schools.
Constable of the Fifth Miami Hi-
John S. Baber, candi la f.,r
trict, came to Miami in 1924, and
joined the Miami Beach i ,iir(!
force. During his term on the po-
lice force he was promoted
geant, detective sergeant ,
several occasions served as act-
ing chief of polite.
Candidate for Judge of the Cir-
cuit Court, George E. McCaskill
began the practice of law
than twenty-eight years agi
ing his practice he has -
attorney for the Board of I
Commissioners, City At ,
Miami Bea^h and Count;
Supporters of Bernarr Macfad-
den are mentioning last Wednes-
day night when he lashed out
against the "ruthless force of Hit-
ler's legions" at a huge American-
T*1 T E C T
CLYDE W. TOLSON
Norris McElya, candidate for,
State Legislature Group No. One,
believes that the only platform !
that is honest, conscientious and
democratic is to get what the peo- '
pie want and to protect them from
unfair and vicious acts sought t I
be enacted by private r special !
interest-; and selfish politicians.
John J. Lii member of the
Legislature in ( '. is a can-
didate for Judge of the Civil
Court of Record. While in office
he was active in legislation to
prote t the interests of Dale
County. He asks the support of
all voters for election on his
past record of knowledge and ex-
perience. w fl^j
CLYDE ULLE*
il
Lawyer fcr 21 Years
With 0 \c ra .n Di.c 0 uaty
FOURTH DISTRICT
Freclnctj, 75 to 82 and oo to ?08
(l'Ulvl I'.....\'l .1
Member of the Board of Public
Instruction, District No. IExpe-
rienced in Building and Mainten-
ance.
Precincts 75 to 82 Inclusive
and 86 to 108 Inclusive
(P.ii.i Political Ad
ELECT
KELLY
TAX
COLLECTOR
for
DADE
COUNTY
Hct Adv. Paid for by Fr'ends)
BERNARR MACFADQEfi
Dade County's Own
Candidate For
UNITED STATES SEHfiT
JOi H. BQYEH
AS A M^-M^E1* 0*
THE ROARD OF
PUBLIC
INSTRUCTION
D'strict 5 (M'atnl BcrM
Yo-.v Vote ard S'irmrrt
Will Bd Anpr.-tyated
(l'iild Political Adv.)
W II Y ?
W II Y ?
FFCAUSE h? rs a learleil
advocate of everything Ame.'i-
can.
q -r/v. .-- i,,. [.., sper,t hun.
dreds of thous.irds of dol.nrs
l.i -i g .^. ..... ., ,,. thl ..,.,!..
id recreal onal state ,-.nd
D d F arid treasury
approximately $100 weekly in
t < s oi *-. /eral yea's.
bLC'USL vMth his many
it can carry the
01 Florida's wonders and
rnportiinitirs to "3.000 000 read-
ers every month.
B..CAU-E he is a great r.a-
I ii '''i1. and v-i'l command
itt n1 ci a-d respec. of
o BrCAUSr he uPdersfinds
the problem* or labor, anr CI I
I ..nil industry alike and
th acton InaU d
cf id'c -v-ds
BECAUSE he is opposed to
Am rican invol-.ement in Eu-
'--an wan and po"
tici.
BECAUSE he believ. .
m... .. ne-
twork and will lig'-t for ] t
s'.ciJ rf relief.
BECAUSE he is 0
saddling the public "
i ii ii frde-.il taxes '-
a political slush fund.
f-OAUfE he it 0?P
arunrary price III
mentation of ample
employer* alike and d.
ing governnie tal ei
RtCAUSE he b<-
p:esent government t
icy is harm ul to FK
rus, vegetable and cal
duttrlci Slid III ""''' '
ltd.on ot these JVliS.
AND BECAUSE
born a-d bred of
trre Jef reraonian Dc."
great American.
E L E C TFOR FLORIDA E?L E C T
Florida's Greatest Floridian
America's Greatest American
A Bus'aeu M:n Who Has No Pr.lit'cil Debt* to Fay-
A Kan Who Asks Only for th* Right to Sen
His Adopted State.
Boost Florida With
BERNARR MACFADDEN
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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940
C5
THE J1WBH IXOEIDIAH
PA lib cl.*..
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E. ALBERT
PALLOT
President
of the
Y. M. H. A-
and
General
Chairman
Dedication
Committee
Miami Council of
Jewish Women
Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women at its elec-
: of officers Wednesday, May
I, elected the following slate for
u 1940-41: Mrs. Benjamin
I..Vine, president; Mrs. Harry
Rarnhard, fiist vice president;
Mr.a Monte Selig, second vice
president; Mrs. Maurice Jacobs
idee president; Mrs. Herbert
Cohen, treasurer; Mrs. Al Seiden,
ponding secretary; Mrs. Nat
I. Williams, financial secretary;
Mrs. Irving Kobley, recording sec-
retary; and Mrs Max Dreyer. au-
dit r.
For Uhree year directorships:
Mrs. William Shayne, Mrs. Jack
C Cohen, and Mrs. Ethel Rothlein.
rhe insulation luncheon will
take place Friday. May 10th. at
12:30 P. M. at the Carrousel Res-
taurant, Miami Reach, with an
out landing program. Luncheon
ha ge is $1.00. Mrs. Maurice Ja-
cobs, general chairman. Full par-
ticulars in next issue. Any one
desiring to make reservations for
this lun iieon .may ph ne their
reservations in either to Mrs. Ja-
cobs at 5-4570 or to the Council
office, :;-<;-,. ;.
We urge everybody to attend
the gala Mother's Day program
1 Mi imi Section ig partici-
pating in with the other loca
Jewish rganiz itions S in aj eve-
ning, May ISth, at 8 P. M. at
Tc mi 1 Is-ael.
JACK R. KIRCHIX
li ling Jidge
1 f the Muni: ipi 1
Court of the City
Miami, recent-
ly i d to
th a ii ion by
' le ( it.- Com-
ne s of
.' ie l .1 .1 ll g e
K.; \ as boi n
.'. W< st mi
1. his high
s h .ol e .u alien
re. lie re-
i ived his A. B
Degree at the
In i v e rsi t y oi
I lor da an I.. I.. B at the
Iniversity of
Tenn ssee af.er
w hich he re-
turned to Miami
and was ei gaged
in the real e-t.i e
busin BS here, lie
practiced law in
Tallahassee and
since 1928 has
b e e n practicing
here as a mem-
ber of the firm
Of Mitchell D.
Pi i e and ( hat es
W. faring. Judge
Price was tr al
counsel of the
City of Miami
for eight years
B'NAI B'RITH
T
NOTES
by Harold Turk
To you fishermen who fish the
ocal waters around Miami, do not
feel disappointed if the catch is
poor for the next couple of days.
A though I am not a fishing au-
thority, I do believe that there
must have been a drain on the lo-
cal supply in order to feed 240
hung r y B'nai B'riths, their
wives and guests some of whom
had ravishing appetites). Your
writer, who has no mean appetite
himself, felt well fed when he
finished his delicious fish dinner
, at Manning's this past Tuesday
night. My only complaint was be-
ing served miniature matzos after
| being subjected to an eight" day
siege of the larger perforated va-
riety. But I am certain that ev-
erybody enjoyed the meal and will
look f irward to our next annual
boat ride.
Aft a the victuals wen- proper-
ly stored away, everybody present
seen.cd to long for the sea and it
was not long before we embarked
on the S. S. Si ven Seas. The
voyage was filled with romance,
bingo and fun speaking about
bingo, I suspected for a while
that Brother Burnett Roth might
of had some experience at the
Plantation, the way he ran off the
bingo games .... while we are
on the subject i f Brother Both, 1
must confess that 1 never could un-
derstand how he could accomplish
ail his undertakings for B'nai
B'rith, and numerous other out-
side activities and yet find time
110 practice law. and to top it all.
he even found time to romance
Iwith his lovely wife, who is all
that her name suggests.
We all should feel proud of
B'nai B'rith and the Ladies Aux-
iliary for being such perfect host
and hostess to us on another out-
s'andin social ad\ enture an
due appreciation to Brothers Dr
Al Augustine and Al Ballot and
their committee for their swell
Work .... was Brother Augustine
beaming because the affair was
SUCh a success or should we
"cherez la femme."
POLITICAL BRIEFS
'. iord in in declaring hi.
candidacy for the State l.egis'at
uve in Group One, states he ..-
presenting himself to citizens in
Dade County for election upon a
Iplatf rm which assures Da e
'County citizenry of recouping the
position in state politics which it
rightfully deserves. Pointing with
pride that his candidacy is sup-
ported by many of the leaders
of Dade County Jewry, Fritz Gor-
don declares he has secured the
endorsement of lab ir organiza-
tions by reason of h's reputation
as an advocator of all legis'ation
'which will benefit the working
man. and that he has the Btl
of merchants by reason of advoca-
cy of repeal of gross receipts t ix
and other 1 gisla ion calculati I to
reduce the burden or
chants. lie v ill fight !> I ei Ij t<
see that 85 per cent of th
track positions will be given to
Bad" County residents; for maxi-
mum old-age payment ;
tion of the far st; SU]
'part financial assistance to our
educational system and the es-
tablishment of a Small Cla:ms
Court. Mr. Gordon is an attorney
with wide legislative i pei enc
He is a law partner of Burnett
I'.oih who is an active communal
worker and has always given his
s in all matters affecting
the Jewish c mmunity.
Candidate for reelection for
Constable for the Second District
Tom Wood has been a law en-
forcement officer in Dade County
for fourteen years. He believes
that during his term in office he
has cooperated fully wi.h ail law
enforcement agencies in Dade
County and was the first con-
stable in the history of the State
of Florida to have turned in ex-
cess fees to the County.
Edwin G. Fraser, candidate for
State Comptroller, a native Flo-
ridian. Mr, Frasor advocates econ-
i
omy in operation of government,
strict law enforcement, adequate
pensions, the rights of workers,
fully financed schools and teach-
ers, improving the method of tax
collection, and repeal of gross re-
ceipts tax.
Mil! in II Davis, Sr., candidate
for Justice of Peace District No.
1, is a native Floridmn. and a pio-
neer of Miami and Bade County.
Mr. Davis believes that he has
helped develop Miami and Dade
County from its infancy anil is Jie
laboring man:, friend. If el
he will have courteous and ini| ar-
tial service to all.
Sheriff 1). C, Co'eman, can li-
date for re-e'.ei th-:-.. has l eon
J. Edwin Bar.- in, candidate for
State Treasurer, former internal
revei ue i Elector of the State of
Florida ,is meeting the voters. His
friends say that his personality
and record for efficiency is a com-
bination which appears to those
who want to see Treasurer Knott
succeeded by the very host ma-
t< rial in the field.
I heriff for almost seven years li.
became chief deputy to Sherifi
Lehman in 1929, resigning in
to accept the Miami City Manag-
ership, in 1933 was app lintei
sheriff and elected in 1936, Bur-
ling his admiirs.ration be was in-
b1 rumental in the es tabli '
of the highway patrol, retun f
(thousands of dollars to the c y
treasury and the delf tion 0
delivery of McCall k Inap slayer.
Morris Wroobel, -puty under
Sheriff Coleman ted a signed
.- atement whit' 1:
"'As a t'1 ne of the
men he State ol
; la I wish Ffer my m
he worth.
ii nesty of
if li
/'i qual
and truthful
'ol man, our shei i 'f .
We are a'l lo. king forward to
the Mother's Bay program spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge to be held
at Temple Israel Sunday. May 12.
A number of other Jewish organ
izations are participating and co-
operating with us to make this af-
.lir one worthy of the 011
You needn't bring any refresh
ments with yen as arrangements
have been made to take care o
ell of you but do bring your tain
.'v and friends.
Our next business meeting of
ioMi Sholem Lodge and the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held Tuesday.
May 14th. at the Women's Club.
We expect a very large and inter-
esting meeting as this will be the
BSt one before the convention in
Roanoke.
those of von who expect t" go
,s delegates to the convention
and haven't, as yet, communicated
with Brother Aronovitz, please do
so at once and make your reser-
vations and arrangements foi
ransportation.
w ho is b< i maligne I. lied al
and abus by who a '
not the i od of the people of tin
ounty but their wn selfish in-
ensis and who merely want h'f
nd will go to a- y :-.'
o get it.
"Being a deputy under Sherif
loleman, I have never found r
norc upright man. never one w hi
.\ as more conscientious in his hon
rve the peo 1
ruly ami impartially. He is eve
in the job day and night and a
.vays ready to answer youi call.
"I have talked to miny i
n all walks of life of all religiou
nd po'itical faiths and nil an
nost high in the praises of Sher-
f Coleman and all testify to his
ion r, honesty and truth;": I
nd when they talk about Sheriff |
""oleman's opponents and the t '
intruths, people just laugh an
ay. 'what can you expect fron
hat class of opponents'."
''Pay no attent ion t i the f .1
that are b ling sorea
ibotit Sheriff Coleman; there ii
lot a v.ord Of truth to it."
Robert J, Bi one, >. ndidate for
Circuit Judge of Bade and Mon-
i Counties, Group 4- in the com-
ing primaries, received Ids entire
education end law training in Flo-
rida. While chairman of the
board of the Public Utility Pro-
ectivc League he had a large part
n saving Miamians $4,000,000
.vhitdi was refunded to them from
he power and light company. Mr.
ioonc if elected says his court
vill always be open to the public
Ceo;j 11. Holt, candidate f r
--1 ictii a for office of Re; re-
entatlve in tht Legislature in
'i i '". I I a practicing
1 le County e
925. Mr. 1! It has b en a m -
i :' the House of Representa-
;\ es F!o 1 i State I egis'ature
9S7, 193S and 19
n's tei m was membei of
rtant i ommittces. J i
lolt belii thai he 1 as kepi i -
rev i i'. ::, n tie in his itf rm.
and Judge Kirchik was associate trial counsel. He is a member of
the Tennessee and Florida Bars, the Sigma Delta Kappa, Elks, K- of
P., Bar Associations, Temple Israel, B'nai B'rith andY. M. H. A. A
search of the available records reveal that Judge Kirchik is the first
Jewish appointment to any Judicial position in this area.
Don't forget that R'nai B'rith
,as endorsed and is cooperating
with the proposed Crippled Chil !-
,. '. Hospital. Subscription forms
lave been distributed among our '
lumbers and I urge that each and |
very one of you cooperate with
Irother Kop'ewitz. who is chair-
nan of the Hospital Committee.
by returning the subscription
orii's with the money to him o
o s u>'.e other B'nai B'rith of!
The proposed hospital is one o
he finest projects that has ev
erne up in the State of Florida
.nil as citizen8 and residents o'
Tlorida we have a civic duty to
telp bring about the success of
his noble project. As loyal B'nai
''riths I know you will do your
luty.
LEO ROBINSON
of Y. M H. A. Dedication
Committee


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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
POLITICAL
BRIEFS
Clyde A. Allen, candidate for
the Board of Public Instruction
from the 4th District of Dade
County, is a lawyer of excellent
l i-iiutution
an I Sou.h
conception of publ
teous service, loyalty, integrity,
and advocates progressive, efl I-
cient and economical administra-
tion of public offices, civil ser-
vice regulation under the merit
system for full time public em
ployees. with emphasis on ma
tenance and development of edu-
cational facilities for the future
Phi, Blue Key, Phi Beta Gamma,
Beach Colony Club, Elks, Rod and
Reel Club.
Ross Williams, candidate to suc-
eed himself BS Judge of Circuit
Court Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
Florida, has been an active rial
Jtwyer in Miami and the State o"
o assure him of the honor he lest in
eeks provided Dade cou
keep
hey go to the polls.
Florida and the largest in
nIy ,,.si. |the United States per capita; is
lente keVphiVname in mind when national committeeman
for the
Young Democratic Clubs of Flor-
ida, congressional democratic
committeeman from I eon county
, and pa president of the
- Florida Jun .r I hamber of I
, : f aternal,
3,21 wher, he was engaged in th ^ ^. cjvj ,,.,., ,.u ...
Irving tJ. A.) Renno, candidate
Or '.ate
Dade Com ty, came Co Miami in J
a lawyer oi exceiiein ............... ------ -------- ,... .,., imniuuui tu.u .......>-
i Coral Gables, Miami Florida for over 16 years. Judge i .t.on picture business follow, r
Miami. Mr. Allen's Williams, a lifetime Democrat, he cessation ol picture produc- Jim n mi ,.,,,,,
of public trust is cour- has been a resident of .Miami ion he remained and entered tne Constab,e ,;. Fiftn District.
ince 1917 coming here from real estate field. Punng tnis (.m;i|||(, fol, lc.e|eetion in the
Joorgia. He was appointed Judge I ime he took up and completed his ^^ primarie8, has held tins
.( Civil Court of Record in 19*7 1 w studies attaining an L.U B. tn( f,. lhc ,,.,s, twelve
nd promoted from this Court to Degree and being admitted to p ^ He hns served as a deputy
Tit "-esent position when he was ap- |ractice before the c urts of Flo- un(Jer'sheriff Hcnry chase and a-
m. pointed Judge for the unexpired i : in. erm of the late Judge Atkinson. ngaged in since 1929. His out- |n whii.n ,,,. ,, s, hom
j ----------- tanding achievement m the In-.u '................,,,, .
William J. Bill" Pruitt in an- of law practice was during the
citizenship and a square deal for ,'l:)U,K'>ng
the teaching fraternity upon
which this so largely depends.
Benjamin Axleroad, major judge
advocate U. S. A, well known for
his welfare work in many fields, jonents. Pruitt has made a con-
cientious study of the require-
nents and details of the office
n the past four years and has
compiled innumerable briefs on
legislation which must, he de-
his candidacy for the
State Senate race from Dade
County, declared that his cam-
iaign would be conducted in a
lean manner and absolutely dis- \ ill civic matters of the commun-
ssociated from that of his op
( ars 1930 to 1934 when he was
hief counsel for the "Overseas
[ighway Corporation." He
enerally interested and active in
is a candidate for Judge of the
Civil Court of Record. He is a
Jackson Memorial Hospital Trus-
tee, Federal Farm Commi.-soner,
State Democratc Executive Com-
mittee and a member of
communal and civic affairs.
ty. His platform is I be truly
ientiously a represi
ive of all the i ii iz< s of Da i
cunty, promote and protect the
lest interesl ol hools, and
[the positio I ng sergeant to
WS J. BILL
PRUITT
JTATE SENATOR
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 19|0
assistant chief of police in this de-
partment. He is an F!!; : | .
Mason.
ELECT
William Hardie, candidate for
two sons, born in Miami, are the
fourth generation of a Florida
family.
County is to receive benefits from
state legislature which have long
been denied this area.
DanyClareS, be introduced at the next Sheriff of Hade County, is a tia-
His session of the legislature if Dade ,,v,, Miamian. He is president of
the Descendants of .Miami Pio-
neers, ha- served during the last
year as chairman of the .Miami
Beeah Methodist charities. Mr,
Hardie's platform, he said, 'will
be honest law enforcement in line
with my belief that Hade county,
as one of the w irld's greatest
be kept
The many friends of Judge A pledge to secure jobs for lo-
Worth W. Trammell are rallying jcal people in every county in the
to his support for re-election to [distribution of patronage through
the offiee of Circuit Judge. Hav- the office of Democratic national
ing the necessary qualifications, committeeman lias been bringing Itourist centers, dhou
Turn the Lever over the name of
A CLEAN CANDIDATE
CLEAN CAMPAIGN
RIG RENNO
YOUR REPRESENTATIVE
GROUP 2
STATE
LEGISLATURE
Advocated Poor Man's Court
Public Defender. Removal of Mar-
ried Women's Disabilities. Simpli-
fied Court Practice and Procedure.
Courteous Progressive
Experienced in Law
(Paid roiuicai \'i '
1 [>ai<1 Political Ad 1
widespread support to his candi- ,froe from organized vice for the
dacy throughout the state. Eill .,,,., ,, 0f the visitors a- well
Shayne reported Thursday upon "as tm. year ,.llnd residents." He
his return from a swing up and ,bases his program on the restor-
down the Atlantic and Gulf coasts jnK of decency to Hade County.
and through the ridge section. ________
Judge Henry L. Oppenborn, for Shayne- who is running for po- Al R. Block of Tallahassee, can-
many years Justice of the Peace, Htical office for the first time, is Ididate for Delegate to the Demo-
is a candidate for re-election in |the only Dade county candidate cratic National Convention State
Judge Trammell feels that he
merits another term due to his
long experience and excellent rec-
ord, and if re-elcted will con-
tinue to serve as in the past.
the coming primaries. Judge Op-'for this party position, and is
a resident of
twenty three
one of a field of 12 canddates.
at-Large, states that "I stand four
square behind our great President
Bill is widely known here anr in .Franklin D. Roosevelt." Mr. Block
penborn has been
this district for
years. He was appointed in 1926 other sections of the state and [ president of the Leon County
Young Democratic Club, the larg-
I HEARTILY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY OF
DAN CHAPPELL
FOR
STATE SENATOR
MAX M KINOES
"LETS HAVE HOME RULE"
Headquarters at 741 5th Street, Miami Beaah
d'ald l'oilttcal Adv 1
as Justice of the Peace. A con-
tinued active interest in behalf
of humanity and a fair, honorable
and courageous administration of
has been identified prominently
for many years with fraternal.
charitable and civic activities. His
record as a citizen seems to qual-
Justice in every cause that comes 'ify him for properly discharging
to his attention is Judge Oppen- ;title him to his fellow citizens'
born's only campaign promise. |the duties involved, and to en-
------------ I support in his campaign for
Candidate for member of the election to this non-salaried posi-
Fifth District Miami Beach School
Board. John H. Boyer has been
tion in the Democratic party coun-
cils. He is president of the Y M.
a resident of Miami Beach since H. A. Governor's Club, an Elk, a
1933. He received his L.L. B. de- member Democratic Club. B'nai
gree at the University of Miami. B'rith.
He advocates an a lequate salary j For more than a year he has
for teachers with a pension plan Iserved the Young Democrats of
and the eo peration of the Dade Florida as their state chairman of
County School Board with the
physically handicapped children.
He is a member of Delta Sigma
activities, a position to which he
was re-elected a short time ago.
His home county should be able
DON'T WASTE YOUR VOTE
SUPPORT THE LEADING CANDIDATE
VOTE FOR
1 % -K 1
P.
j.n. LEE
Requests the Privilege of Continuing
to Serve as Your
Compt
for
GOVERNOR
He Believes in Equal Justice
For All People
(Paid Political Ad.)
This is the Record the People of
Florida, by Their Fine Cooperation,
Made Possible.
The Comptroller's office Issues
1,500.000 checks In a year40,000
old folks ami Sii.ooo unemployed
VUlg Social security checks
can tell you how promptly they
receive their checks each month.
\\'.- has I- nol had n bank fail-
ure In Florida since the comp-
troller approved their financial
.-t up and authorized their re-
opening following the morato-
rium.
W have paid State appropria-
tions tor school teachers and
BChOOl bUS drivers which have
increased from less than five
mIMIon dollars per year to more
than twelve million per year.
Funds have been administered
totaling nearly four million dol-
lars per year to be matched by
almost ns much Federal money
to provide assistance for oar
aged and for oar flepi 1. lent chil-
dren.
Gas tax moneys have been dls
u United promptly and in acco
With the laws of Florida as
terpreted by the Supreme Court.
we have taken such action as
required by the Federal gov.
eminent to insure continued
Federal aid for hlghwaya, bring-
ing more than six million dollars
to the state and makinc posslbli
the co n of more than
1.10 miles of the highest type o
roads.
By a fair and Impartial ad-
slrat "a or our tax collec-
tion law-, a.s far n> l~ ill the
power of this office, we have .
-......1 the faith of laxPAYi rs in
their state government.
Whei wi have round rrora
by taxpayers to evade
or avoid tax pa) mints we have
recovered more than five million
dollars of d'l ruptc I II the
SI t of I' rid 0 tl a -d r1
] overj and approxlmati u a mil-
lion dollai ,. v woul 1
have gone to ther states but
'"'' our pressing of
i*s claims.
We have estnb .1 for the
first time in : history a
V of a fair dual for 'tin
1 utPa v. r, ami whenever a court
tax law thi state now
' irns any morn ye which may
have been collected from thosi
" old not question the .-tut
ute.
Our audltotu check for over.
payments as well us under.puv.
meats and when ov. ments
1 the taxpayers gts
his money back.
This Advertisement Prepared and Paid for by Friend
THE STAMP Or
APPROVAL
BY UNCLE SAM:
'Mas eohgratulate
the S'.ite of Florida on
the currency you n
fain in the State
We have found
it necessary to Inquire
ef all States before 0 I
.-ments' visits. sine
sevi al States do net
have reports of their
financial transactions
ready until six or eight
months after the close
"f their fiscal yens
The fact that Florida's
I I dS are liul.llli ed
ich month for the
preceding month speaks
" ill for the flmuii lal
m." a promlni nt
Federal statistical offi-
1 al.
BY THE FLORIDA
LEGISLATURE '39
" WHEREAS
through efficient man.
.influent and by reason
of economies] practiced
by the Comptroller of
there ) is in-......
.. 1 a n 11 accumu-
lated
"WHEREAS, State
< 'ouiptrollcr .1. M 1* e
lias advised this bod)
that with continued
am and economic
operation an amount
lent to pay the
cost of nuld building
pnndect ran be used
from the above bal-
ances" (Total $136.-
212.31.)
s of J. M. Ix-e
s
il
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' %  PAGB SIX \ 1 J / I .. THE JEWISH FLORID IAN FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1545 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi RABBI'*, RESIDENCE: 919 S. W. 13th Court; Phone 3-5192 SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Daily services: 8 a. m., 5:45 p. m. Friday evening services, S:30 p m. Shabbes: 9 a. m. Mincha on Shabbea: 5 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 6:15 p. m. AFTER THE YOMTOV The pleasant Festival of Passover has passed Ltorah and we contemplate with pleasant satisfaction the fine turnout and splendid attendance on the part of both young and old. May this be the begining of a period of intensive Jewishness and religious livingTALMUD TORAH Regular classes in the Talmud To rah have been resumed and they meet daily from 3:30 P. M. Parents are urged to supervise the regular attendance of their children. SUNDAY SCHOOL Classes in Sunday School will again be held in the Synagogue on Sunday morning comig from 10 A. M. to li' o'clock. Examination for the term are scheduled for Sunday morning. May 19th. CONGRATULATIONS We take this means of extending our sine treat congratulations to our good neighbors of the Y. M. II. A. on the occasion of their benediction exercises. We arc happy to note their steady progress and bespeak for them the good wishes and congratulations of the Congregation. LADIES AUXILIARY A most important meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 7th at 2:30 P. M. in the Y. M. H. A. auditorium. At this meeting the slate of officers selected by the nominating committee will be brought in. Plans will be adopted for activities during the spring. WORDS OF THANKS We are sincerely grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rosengarten for the splendid party in their home during Choi Ilamoed jat which time a substantial sum was raised for the Talmud Torah. Many thanks to our Rebbetzen who arranged for a nice Passover Children's party in the Synagogue on Shvei Shi Pessach. BETH JACOB BULLETIN (Continued From Page 3) YOUNG JUDEANS Our Young Judeans meet every Thursday night at 8. They are planning a synagogue project. They will join in the Log B'Omer picnic, A. /.. A. The A. Z. A. meets every Sunday evening at 7:30. It is a pleasire to visit them at their well atended and well conducted meetngs. BOY SCOUTS Our Boy Scout troop meets every Tuesday night at 8 P. M. The boys are looking for an assistant scout master. Perhaps you can help MINMONAIRES Our minnionairea are coming to the close of their year's activities. The final annual affair is being WOLPERT' FURNITURE* BARGAINS! We Refuse To Be Undersold" 155 W. FLAGLER ST, PHONE 3-4132 ROOT BRUNSTETTER FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 1 Democratic Primary, May 7, 1940 Ability — Experience Judicial Temperament Your Vote and Support Appreciated (Paid Political Advertisement) ELECT FRANK E. BRYANT CIRCUIT JUDGE Group Three A Free and Un.Trammelled Jadiciary" Born in Gibson County, Tennessee Graduate of University of Tennessee. Practiced law in Tennessee fifteen yean. Practiced law in Miami fifteen years. President Dade County Bar Association 19SB. Member, Florida State and American Bar Association. Member. City Commission of Coral Gables for fire years. Member, Coral Gables Post No. 98, American Legion. Hu Only Campaign Promise is a Fair, Honest and Courageous Administration of Justice (Paid Political Advertiemrnt) planned to take place the end of this month. JEWISH WAR VETERANS Our Jewish War Veterans meet every other Monday night at our synagogue. Veterans desirous of joining and meeting old acquaintances are invitedCONGRATULATIONS Our Mazul Tov to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz on the birth and brilh of a son. May they bring him up in health and happiness L'Torah '( hupah ul'maasim Tovim. NEW RECORD Our synagogue served an attendance of over two thousand Jews, may their number increase. n four minyanim held the last I day of Pesach. Our Rabbi addressed each service. Koolmotor G A S 0 L E N E and OILS Acme Tires Cities Service Products ORANGE STATE OIL CO. RE-ELECT GEORGE E. HOLT JIEPRESENTATTVE in the Legislature GROUP ONE He has served you faithfully and well SEND HIM BACK (Paid Political Adv ) ELECT GHAPPELL STATE SENATOR Help Both Yourself and Dude County (Paid Political A.lv ) The Swing Is To Fraser And a $3.00 Car Tag WALTER FRASER stands for a $3 car tag business methods in state government to save $10,000,000 a year ... nine months school terms and better pay for teachers ... free hospitalization for the poor... less regulation of business. GIVE BUSINESS A CHANCE TO GROW —VOTE FOR A BUSINESSMAN! WALTER FRASER FOR GOVERNOR A BUSINESS MAN, WITH A BUSINESS PLAN VOTE FOR FRASER ELECT YOURSELF (Paid Political Ad.)



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I > o a fi • o b U li T n o ? d i t 1 I r. V c I PAGE TWELVE THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN POLITICAL BRIEFS Clyde A. Allen, candidate for the Board of Public Instruction from the 4th District of Dade County, is a lawyer of excellent l i-iiutution an I Sou.h conception of publ teous service, loyalty, integrity, and advocates progressive, efl Icient and economical administration of public offices, civil service regulation under the merit system for full time public em ployees. with emphasis on ma tenance and development of educational facilities for the future Phi, Blue Key, Phi Beta Gamma, Beach Colony Club, Elks, Rod and Reel Club. Ross Williams, candidate to suceed himself BS Judge of Circuit Court Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, has been an active rial Jtwyer in Miami and the State o" o assure him of the honor he lest in eeks provided Dade cou keep hey go to the polls. Florida and the largest in nIy ,,. si |the United States per capita; is lente keVphiVname in mind when national committeeman for the Young Democratic Clubs of Florida, congressional democratic committeeman from I eon county a nd pa president of the Florida Jun .r I hamber of I : f aternal, 3,21 wher, he was engaged in th ^ ^. cjvj ,,.,.,„ ,. u ... Irving tJ. A.) Renno, candidate Or '.ate Dade Com ty, came Co Miami in J a lawyer oi exceiiein • % %  •• ... .,., imniuuui tu.u %  %  >i„ Coral Gables, Miami Florida for over 16 years. Judge i .t.on picture business follow, R Miami. Mr. Allen's Williams, a lifetime Democrat, he cessation ol picture producJim n mi ,.,,,,, of public trust is courhas been a resident of .Miami ion he remained and entered tne Constab e „, ; „. Fiftn District. ince 1917 coming here from real estate field. Punng tnis ( m;i|||( fol lc e | e etion in the Joorgia. He was appointed Judge I ime he took up and completed his ^^ primarie8 has held tins .( Civil Court of Record in 19*7 1 w studies attaining an L.U B. tn( f ,„. lhc ,,., s twelve nd promoted from this Court to Degree and being admitted to P ^ He hns served as a deputy T it "-esent position when he was ap|ractice before the c urts of Floun(Jer s heriff Hcnry chase and am pointed Judge for the unexpired i :ng the teaching fraternity upon which this so largely depends. Benjamin Axleroad, major judge advocate U. S. A, well known for his welfare work in many fields, jonents. Pruitt has made a concientious study of the requirenents and details of the office n the past four years and has compiled innumerable briefs on legislation which must, he dehis candidacy for the State Senate race from Dade County, declared that his camiaign would be conducted in a lean manner and absolutely dis\ ill civic matters of the communssociated from that of his op •( ars 1930 to 1934 when he was hief counsel for the "Overseas [ighway Corporation." He •enerally interested and active in is a candidate for Judge of the Civil Court of Record. He is a Jackson Memorial Hospital Trustee, Federal Farm Commi.-soner, State Democratc Executive Committee and a member of communal and civic affairs. ty. His platform is I be truly ientiously a represi ive of all the i ii iz< s of Da i cunty, promote and protect the lest interesl ol hools, and [the positio I ng sergeant to WS J. BILL PRUITT JTATE SENATOR FRIDAY, MAY 3, 19| 0 assistant chief of police in this department. He is an F!!; : — | Mason. ELECT William Hardie, candidate for two sons, born in Miami, are the fourth generation of a Florida family. County is to receive benefits from state legislature which have long been denied this area. DanyClareS, be introduced at the next Sheriff of Hade County, is a tiaHis session of the legislature if Dade ,, v ,, Miamian. He is president of the Descendants of .Miami Pioneers, haserved during the last year as chairman of the .Miami Beeah Methodist charities. Mr, Hardie's platform, he said, 'will be honest law enforcement in line with my belief that Hade county, as one of the w irld's greatest be kept The many friends of Judge A pledge to secure jobs for loWorth W. Trammell are rallying jcal people in every county in the to his support for re-election to [distribution of patronage through the offiee of Circuit Judge. Havthe office of Democratic national ing the necessary qualifications, committeeman lias been bringing Itourist centers, dhou Turn the Lever over the name of A CLEAN CANDIDATE CLEAN CAMPAIGN RIG RENNO YOUR REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 2 STATE LEGISLATURE Advocated Poor Man's Court— Public Defender. Removal of Married Women's Disabilities. Simplified Court Practice and Procedure. Courteous Progressive Experienced in Law (Paid roiuicai \'i 1 [>ai<1 Political Ad 1 widespread support to his candi,f roe f rom organized vice for the dacy throughout the state. Eill .,„•„,,., ,„„, 0 f the visitors awell Shayne reported Thursday upon as tm year ,.„ lln d residents." He his return from a swing up and ,bases his program on the restordown the Atlantic and Gulf coasts j nK of decency to Hade County. and through the ridge section. Judge Henry L. Oppenborn, for Shaynewho is running for poAl R. Block of Tallahassee, canmany years Justice of the Peace, Htical office for the first time, is Ididate for Delegate to the Demois a candidate for re-election in |the only Dade county candidate cratic National Convention State Judge Trammell feels that he merits another term due to his long experience and excellent record, and if re-elcted will continue to serve as in the past. the coming primaries. Judge Op' for this party position, and is a resident of twenty three one of a field of 12 canddates. at-Large, states that "I stand four square behind our great President Bill is widely known here anr in .Franklin D. Roosevelt." Mr. Block penborn has been this district for years. He was appointed in 1926 other sections of the state and [ president of the Leon County Young Democratic Club, the largI HEARTILY ENDORSE THE CANDIDACY OF DAN CHAPPELL FOR STATE SENATOR MAX M KINOES "LETS HAVE HOME RULE" Headquarters at 741 5th Street, Miami Beaah d'ald l'oilttcal Adv 1 as Justice of the Peace. A continued active interest in behalf of humanity and a fair, honorable and courageous administration of has been identified prominently for many years with fraternal. charitable and civic activities. His record as a citizen seems to qualJustice in every cause that comes 'ify him for properly discharging to his attention is Judge Oppen; title him to his fellow citizens' born's only campaign promise. |the duties involved, and to enI support in his campaign for Candidate for member of the election to this non-salaried posiFifth District Miami Beach School Board. John H. Boyer has been tion in the Democratic party councils. He is president of the Y M. a resident of Miami Beach since H. A. Governor's Club, an Elk, a 1933. He received his L.L. B. demember Democratic Club. B'nai gree at the University of Miami. B'rith. He advocates an a lequate salary j For more than a year he has for teachers with a pension plan Iserved the Young Democrats of and the eo peration of the Dade Florida as their state chairman of County School Board with the physically handicapped children. He is a member of Delta Sigma activities, a position to which he was re-elected a short time ago. His home county should be able DON'T WASTE YOUR VOTE SUPPORT THE LEADING CANDIDATE VOTE FOR 1 % K 1 P. j.n. LEE Requests the Privilege of Continuing to Serve as Your Compt for GOVERNOR He Believes in Equal Justice For All People (Paid Political Ad.) This is the Record the People of Florida, by Their Fine Cooperation, Made Possible. The Comptroller's office Issues 1,500.000 checks In a year—40,000 old folks ami Sii.ooo unemployed VUlg Social security checks can tell you how promptly they receive their checks each month. \\'.has Inol had n bank failure In Florida since the comptroller approved their financial .-t up and authorized their reopening following the moratorium. W have paid State appropriations tor school teachers and BChOOl bUS drivers which have increased from less than five mIMIon dollars per year to more than twelve million per year. Funds have been administered totaling nearly four million dollars per year to be matched by almost ns much Federal money to provide assistance for oar aged and for oar flepi 1. lent children. Gas tax moneys have been dls u United promptly and in acco With the laws of Florida as terpreted by the Supreme Court. we have taken such action as required by the Federal gov. eminent to insure continued Federal aid for hlghwaya, bringing more than six million dollars to the state and makinc posslbli the co n of more than 1.10 miles of the highest type o roads. By a fair and Impartial adslrat "a or our tax collection law-, a.s far n> l~ ill the power of this office, we have 1 the faith of laxPAYi rs in their state government. Whei % %  wi have round • rrora by taxpayers • to evade or avoid tax pa) mints we have recovered more than five million dollars of d'l ruptc I II • the SI t of I' rid 0 tl a -d r 1 • ] overj and approxlmati u a million dollai ,. v woul 1 have gone to ther states but '"'' our pressing of i*s claims. We have estnb .1 for the first time in : history a V of a fair dual for 'tin 1 utPa v. r, ami whenever a court tax law thi state now irns any morn ye which may have been collected from thosi "• old not question the .-tut ute. Our audltotu check for over. payments as well us under.puv. meats and when ov. ments 1 the taxpayers gts his money back. This Advertisement Prepared and Paid for by Friend THE STAMP Or APPROVAL BY UNCLE SAM: %  'MAS eohgratulate the S'.ite of Florida on the currency you n fain in the State We have found it necessary to Inquire ef all States before 0 I .-ments' visits. sine •• sevi al States do net have reports of their financial transactions ready until six or eight months after the close "f their fiscal yens The fact that Florida's I I dS are liul.llli ed %  • ich month for the preceding month speaks ill for the flmuii lal m." — A promlni nt Federal statistical offi1 al. BY THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE '39 • • WHEREAS through efficient man. .influent and by reason of economies] practiced by the Comptroller of there ) is in-. .. 1 a n 11 accumulated— "WHEREAS, State < 'ouiptrollcr .1. M 1* e lias advised this bod) that with continued am and economic operation an amount lent to pay the cost of nuld building pnndect ran be used from the above balances—" (Total $136.212.31.) s of J. M. Ix-e s£ il 01 S£_


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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 C5 THE J1WBH IXOEIDIAH PA lib CL.*.. q*— E. ALBERT PALLOT President of the Y. M. H. Aand General Chairman Dedication Committee Miami Council of Jewish Women Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women at its elec•: of officers Wednesday, May I, elected the following slate for • %  u 1940-41: Mrs. Benjamin I..Vine, president; Mrs. Harry Rarnhard, fiist vice president; Mr.a Monte Selig, second vice president; Mrs. Maurice Jacobs idee president; Mrs. Herbert Cohen, treasurer; Mrs. Al Seiden, ponding secretary; Mrs. Nat I. Williams, financial secretary; Mrs. Irving Kobley, recording secretary; and Mrs Max Dreyer. audit r. For Uhree year directorships: Mrs. William Shayne, Mrs. Jack C Cohen, and Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. rhe insulation luncheon will take place Friday. May 10th. at 12:30 P. M. at the Carrousel Restaurant, Miami Reach, with an out landing program. Luncheon ha ge is $1.00. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, general chairman. Full particulars in next issue. Any one desiring to make reservations for this lun iieon .may ph ne their reservations in either to Mrs. Jacobs at 5-4570 or to the Council office, :;-<;-,. ;. We urge everybody to attend the gala Mother's Day program 1 Mi imi Section ig participating in with the other loca Jewish rganiz itions S in aj evening, May ISth, at 8 P. M. at Tc mi 1 Is-ael. JACK R. KIRCHIX li ling Jidge 1 f the Muni: ipi 1 Court of the City Miami, recently i %  d to th a ii ion by le ( it.Comne s of .' ie l .1 .1 ll g e K.; \ as boi n .'. W< st mi 1 his high s h .ol e .u alien re. lie rei ived his A. B Degree at the In i v e rsi t y oi I lor da an I ei Ij t< see that 85 per cent of th track positions will be given to Bad" County residents; for maximum old-age payment ; tion of the far st; SU] 'part financial assistance to our educational system and the establishment of a Small Cla : ms Court. Mr. Gordon is an attorney with wide legislative i pei enc He is a law partner of Burnett I'.oih who is an active communal worker and has always given his s in all matters affecting the Jewish c mmunity. Candidate for reelection for Constable for the Second District Tom Wood has been a law enforcement officer in Dade County for fourteen years. He believes that during his term in office he has cooperated fully wi.h ail law enforcement agencies in Dade County and was the first constable in the history of the State of Florida to have turned in excess fees to the County. Edwin G. Fraser, candidate for State Comptroller, a native Floridian. Mr, Frasor advocates econi omy in operation of government, strict law enforcement, adequate pensions, the rights of workers, fully financed schools and teachers, improving the method of tax collection, and repeal of gross receipts tax. Mil! in II Davis, Sr., candidate for Justice of Peace District No. 1, is a native Floridmn. and a pioneer of Miami and Bade County. Mr. Davis believes that he has helped develop Miami and Dade County from its infancy anil is Jie laboring man:, friend. If el he will have courteous and ini| artial service to all. Sheriff 1). C, Co'eman, can lidate for re-e'.ei th-:-.. has l eon J. Edwin Bar.in, candidate for State Treasurer, former internal revei ue i Elector of the State of Florida ,is meeting the voters. His friends say that his personality and record for efficiency is a combination which appears to those who want to see Treasurer Knott succeeded by the very host mat< rial in the field. I heriff for almost seven years li. became chief deputy to Sherifi Lehman in 1929, resigning in to accept the Miami City Managership, in 1933 was app lintei sheriff and elected in 1936, Burling his admiirs. ration be was inB 1 rumental in the es tabli of the highway patrol, retun f (thousands of dollars to the c y treasury and the delf tion 0 delivery of McCall k Inap slayer. Morris Wroobel, ••• -puty under Sheriff Coleman ted a signed .atement whit' 1: "'As a t'1 ne of the men he State ol ; la I wish Ffer my m he worth. II nesty of if li /'i qual and truthful 'ol man, our shei i 'f We are a'l lo. king forward to the Mother's Bay program sponsored by Sholem Lodge to be held at Temple Israel Sunday. May 12. A number of other Jewish organ izations are participating and cooperating with us to make this af.•lir one worthy of the 011 You needn't bring any refresh ments with yen as arrangements have been made to take care o ell of you but do bring your tain .'v and friends. Our next business meeting of IOMI Sholem Lodge and the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday. May 14th. at the Women's Club. We expect a very large and interesting meeting as this will be the BSt one before the convention in Roanoke. those of von who expect t" go ,s delegates to the convention and haven't, as yet, communicated with Brother Aronovitz, please do so at once and make your reservations and arrangements foi ransportation. w ho is b< i maligne I. lied al and abus by who a • not the i od of the people of tin %  ounty but their wn selfish inensis and who merely want h'f nd will go to ay :-.' o get it. "Being a deputy under Sherif loleman, I have never found r norc upright man. never one w hi .\ as more conscientious in his hon %  rve the peo 1 ruly ami impartially. He is eve in the job day and night and a .vays ready to answer youi call. "I have talked to miny i n all walks of life of all religiou nd po'itical faiths and nil an nost high in the praises of Sher%  f Coleman and all testify to his ion r, honesty and truth;": I nd when they talk about Sheriff | ""oleman's opponents and the t intruths, people just laugh an ay. 'what can you expect fron hat class of opponents'." ''Pay no attent ion t i the f .1 that are b ling sorea ibotit Sheriff Coleman; there ii lot a v.ord Of truth to it." Robert J, Bi one, >. ndidate for Circuit Judge of Bade and Moni Counties, Group 4in the coming primaries, received Ids entire education end law training in Florida. While chairman of the board of the Public Utility Proectivc League he had a large part n saving Miamians $4,000,000 .vhitdi was refunded to them from he power and light company. Mr. ioonc if elected says his court vill always be open to the public Ceo;j 11. Holt, candidate f r %  --1 ictii a for office of Re; reentatlve in tht Legislature in '•i % % % %  i '"••. I I • a practicing 1 le County e 925. Mr. 1! It has b en a m • •! %  i :' the House of Representa; \ es F!o 1 i State I egis'ature 9S7, 193S and 19 n's tei m was membei of rtant i ommittces. J i lolt belii thai he 1 as kepi i rev i i'. ::, n tie in his itf rm. and Judge Kirchik was associate trial counsel. He is a member of the Tennessee and Florida Bars, the Sigma Delta Kappa, Elks, Kof P., Bar Associations, Temple Israel, B'nai B'rith andY. M. H. A. A search of the available records reveal that Judge Kirchik is the first Jewish appointment to any Judicial position in this area. Don't forget that R'nai B'rith ,as endorsed and is cooperating with the proposed Crippled Chil !,. '. Hospital. Subscription forms lave been distributed among our lumbers and I urge that each and | very one of you cooperate with Irother Kop'ewitz. who is chairnan of the Hospital Committee. by returning the subscription orii's with the money to him o o s u>'.e other B'nai B'rith of! The proposed hospital is one o he finest projects that has ev •erne up in the State of Florida .nil as citizen8 and residents o' Tlorida we have a civic duty to telp bring about the success of his noble project. As loyal B'nai '•'riths I know you will do your luty. LEO ROBINSON of Y. M H. A. Dedication Committee



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p. PAGE EIGHT I THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1910 TEMPLE ISRAEL 1ST N. E. lth gtreet Office Phone 2 7748 RABBI JACOB M. KAPLAN. Ph. O. RABBI COLMAN A. XWITMAN MM Indian C.r—k DTITS— -lM H N. B. list St.—MM MIAMI BBACH MIAMI %  Ither r sots of th* Rmbhl. will bt li thi Tsiapl* •vary moraine. Tail may consult with them on matters concerning the Jswls commo%  Hr. or your personal problems. Tou will bo assured sympathetic bearing and adrlce, and, needless to say, sack matter will be bold la strict confidence. CONGREGATIONAL "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. SABBATH EVE SERVICES chairman, nominating committee, will present the slate. IN MEMORIAM Friday evening, May 3rd, 8:15 p. m. the sermon: "Your Question is Wrong," will be delivered by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. of May 3rd, the memories of the 'May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the Friday evening services Zwitman. SABBATH MORNING SERVICES Saturday morning May 3rd, 11 a. m. the interpretation of weekly Biblical portion by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Services conducted POLITICAL BRIEFS C. C. Youmans, one of the leading members of the Dade t'ounty Bar, has been practicing law in Miami for sixteen years, is a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Group 4 Mr. Youmans came to Miami in 1924 where he has practiced law continuously since then and ha.handled a great volume of important litigation. He has been active in Sunday School an 1 church work, member of the American 'Legion, the Civitan CIlub, Y. M. C. A., and is a Mason. Mr. Youmans realizing the importance of the courts and be lieving that no government is any LOUIS ZEIENTZ stronger or any better than i.s •ashier in the office of Mr. Hayes judicial branch, believes that the •Vood. Tax Collector, is a long factorily to the people at large. ime Miami resident and active •ommunal worker, a board momier and past president of Temple Brael, courts can be made to function more efficiently and more satishas de'eided to run for this office. VOTE FOR MILTON H. DAVIS.Se. FOR Justice of the Peace DISTRICT NO. 1 Subject ~ aw' to Democratic Mav 7th 1940 rimary LABORING MANS FRIEND (raid Pulltl.al A I,.) following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Clara Mich| ebon, mother of Mrs. Sidney A. Wienj Harriet Matthews sister of Mrs. M. L. Marcus. Yahrzeits: Rose Liebling. mothby Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan with par<>" of Mr. Norman Liebling; Lena ticipation of Confirmation Class. SISTERHOOD The Sisterhood election of officers will take place Monday afternoon, May 6th. at 2:00 p. m< at the May Sisterhood meeting. Sisterhood board meeting will be held at 1:00 p. m. preceeding the regular meeting. Members are urged to attend. Mrs. Max Orovitz, i — There ia No Substitute for PERFORMANCE RE-ELECT ERNEST R. GRAHAM Your STATE SENATOR (Paid Political Adv.) Williamson, mother of Mr. Jos. Williamson and Mrs. Melvin S. Goldstrom. rTjoiJST BROS Ry^ J* Is the BEST! SLENDERIZE THE BIGHT WAY —•— SCIKNTinC REDUCINO OUI SPECIALTY lech Person Recelree Indlrldsal Altentlea Call For Appointment MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Br. B. F. EhrliM, Nmtor NstareeiNrh) PaysMea TllI .-IT laespM *,-sy —Equal Justice To AllELECT BENJAMIN AXLEROAD JUDGE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD On a Record of Community Service lilt leal Adv.) (Paid l' %  J* An Open Letter April 29h, 1940 Through the columns of The Jewish Floridian, I wish to urge all of my friends in the State of Florida to support he candidacy for Governor of Walter B. Fraaer. From long association with Mr. Fraser I know him to be a liberal of the highest type; and I am convinced that if he is elected Governor of this State he will have its welfare uppermost in his mind. I feel, sincerely, that the progressive platform, upon wfhich he is running, merits the vote and support of a'l straigHt-thinking men and women who are concerned with the future of their State and its freedom from subversion. Cordially yours Israel Feiden COKEfucius say: • Rich Man cuss ROOSEVELT because he giro Poor Man JOB. Why don't Rich Man give Poor Man Job? • Gorernor who spend 50% LESS to run One STATE efficiently and honestly make one line UNITED STATES Senator. • One TEN CENT Fountain Pen keep $12,000,000 in Florida TAXPAYERS' Pock • Goremor who save MANY yflLLION Dollars for Taxpayers of Dads County MUST be Friend of Taxpayer*. • Cannons on FLORIDA COAST Help keep Little Man with Big Mustache in Europe. • Old folk, can't EAT candidates' wild election PROMISES. Fred P. Cone for United States Senate (Paid Political A I I



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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Junior Had ass ah By Elsie Kronenfcld • finds when she looks within herself, we have a remedy too. We point down the road of the past and with history as our proof point out that we all have the same heritage, the same portraits PAGE NINE uetimes individual human on ''''' wa,la ,m "'None was .„ forgets to practice what '•' :iy l "' tt "' ; "' n "" 1, will be any •eachea causing heartache better i "'"• perhaps in this m £* sunderstanding. Tolerance n, nl ol Lime ""' "cales are unbig word when you look it 1 alan l '> 1 i in the face. So of course We of Hadasaah have not yet V ou must forgive us small people learned these lessons. No, not yet, we fail to see some part of I0r as we said lladassah nir s arc human and the word tolerance is It. Vou admit lladassah We can hear them now big when you look it square in the face. We arc trying and we are %  What! 1 ... ... v certain thai some day we will enev.la mina: with amazement. Yes, K .. large our range of vision. Don't forget folks that in the able to all citizens upon terms of State in all legal matters but defactual money costs that everyone initely not in the capacity of a can meet. prosecutor. Many have rallied to .. ,il Watson's candidacy and a From the camp of Governor successful campaign is envisioned Fred P. (one. who is running for by his many friends. the i b Senate, comes word that !" ^ J2ToL\Z Confident that the strong siient SUP ters predfc, tZ SoveS ^Z h '"" „T %  ^ r"" Judge Faul D. Hams, candidate ^iS' •'* f**" '? W ** for rejection to the >,,,„„ ,,' £' ,"" .?•* w ith *• ,. ti* t iai ciiloll til it tile 'ii i'"*iM •*. the Circuit and Civil Court has i, .• %  „ '"' M u occupied this office or Se'past '" "'" '""^ M '"> '" **' *.i 101 mt p.ibi ,|,. ( | avenue to the staff fourteen years. Judge Barns bases | ..^ v e admit lladassah can err. for an organization made up of The rivets that hold her next 1,w weeks annual May together are girls. Human girls. Duv dance will ,ilk< pl* To Some pretty, some plain, but girls. u the candidates for May Queen ,res of emotions, youths of we extend ou bl st wishes. We'll derness and beauty of feeling. be there with most '"' Miami to Of passioned likes and st ''' "'"' '" the tf ri crowned as Women sometimes filled ( ueen ol llu Ma V, hunger of revenge. There m „, be any Hadassah were POLITICAL BRIEFS his success on equity that guarantees every defendant, 0 N J. HIS RECORD ELECT L %  i these women and Hadas,,„, would not be needed if all ._-_ %  erfect. Therefore we admit m*J\\-.i lassah girls can and > err. we all. R iscoe ii II Bt tci r, can lidate or Judge of the Circuit Court ol he Eleventh Judicial Circuit ol Florida" in Divisi II "A" has been or Ha.lassah the young Esa re8 jd en t „f Miami since 1926 He thei of Israel, tries as is her job jas 1)Pl n m .. iv( in Miami commun i to alleviate suffering. Suffering ] VToi ^. u naving WO rked for the not just of the body but, oh so .. s i a blishment of the University much more telling, mental torcf Miami, was general chairman Intolerance—the opposite (I thl reorganization committee of that big word we mentioned be„,,|„. pregen ( | )a ,|,. County Comfor< Is so often the cause of these mU nity Chest and an active mem: pains that perhaps eliminher of many organizations. He is of the need for this word is L trustee of the University of Mif the most important func| am j aml a trustee and treasurer of the Dade County Community ie $3 tag can and must be every defendant, every P*". *•, Floridians," Fraser deplaintiff, whether represented by Present tag fee is a brilliant or mediocre legal talent. graVe ,njustlcc fair and impartial hearing. "'* can an *ts lure eaeh year. Fraser 'Jas been six times mayor of St candidate for re-election as Augustine and is a winter resi|H0Ui of Representatives, state Senator, Ernest R. Graham dent of .Miami at 820 N E 80th Count v Commissioner, Mayor, has during bis term eliminated street. i Business Man, Educator. poll taxis and put no new state —" (Paid Political Adv.) for STATE TREASURER HE MADE GOOD AS: U. S. Collecor of Internal Revenue, State Senator, Member of poll taxes and put no new state taxes on Dade. He feels that he is en.it ed to another term due to his experience and past record. of Hadassah. Being wise she looks first with•elf. There she finds petty jeal usy and dislike. There she one girl hurting another be|(r* iU8i the first doi's not understand the second. There she sees intolerance of one class for anThen Hadassah goes to work. First we show that what has the other hasn't works both ways. In other words, a girl car. be jealous of something the has. Therefore things bal%  nci up and there is no need of any but kind thoughts. We try a our fellow young women Know uand we try to return the knowledge. If one of us is hurt and in some fashion talk it We know thai when a w rand i il can be eradicated '' r intolerance of one class for tl last thing Hadassah Chest. Mr. Brunstetter believes that there is a definite work that he can do as a Judge to help expedite justice and by eliminating delays and costly procedure to make proper court action availAGAIN DADE COUNTY NEEDS MORRIS M C ELYII J. Tom Watson, candidate for he office of Attorney General of Florida, resides at Tampa, and is a widely known attorney. Mr. Watson states that as attorney general he will represent the J00G[ WORTH IN. IN THE LEGISLATURE A NO. 1 MAN FOR AN A-l LEGISLATOR Democratic Primaries (Paid Political Adv.) Candidate For Keiioniination To Succeed Himself — As CIRCUIT JUDGE GROUP 3 He Will Appreciate Your Support (Political Aii\. Paid for by Friends) ( %  CANDIDATE FOR „ Judre Of The CIVIL COURT OF RECORD Served you faithfully in two Off" ons of the Legislature, "tiers twenty-five years exper'-nce in the making and interpretation of the law." DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7, 1940 (Paid Political Adv.) { ELECT I. EVERHART Your Next LEGISLATOR in GROUP NO. 2 "Your Vote and Support Appreciated" (Pain Political Adv.) RE-ELECT "The Best Sheriff Dade County Ever Had" D. C. COLEMAN There is no question of a doubt that the majority will do their share on the day of the Primary and give their hearty support to "D. C." Coleman. He is worthy of being returned to the office of Sheriff, due to his unfailing activity, in bringing one of the most important departments of the County Government up to the highest standard. IMPORTANT To Vote For D. C. COLEMAN for SHERIFF Pull Down Lever 20A OVER the name of D. C. COLEMAN and leave the lever down. VOTE MAY 7th FOR SHERIFF COLEMAN (Paid Political Adv.)



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! %  \ / \ PAGE TEN THE J^WttH IXOBIPIAJ FRIDAY. MAY 3. 19| 0 POLITICAL BRIEFS Thomas J. Kelly, candidate for Tax Collector for Dade County, has been one of Dade County's business, fraternal, social and civic organization leaders for the past 20 years. Mr. Kelly has been elected commander of Harvey Seeds American Legion Post of Miami twice, past exalted ruler of the Miami Elks, and state chairman of the American Legion National Defense Committee. If elected pledges himself to have efficiency, economy and courtesy. Thomas B. Everhart, candidate for State Legislature Group 2, is a native Floridian and has been practicing law since 1916. He is a member of the Trinity Methodist Church of Miami, Elks, Scottish Rite Mason, Harvey Seeds Post American Legion, Dade County Bar and Florida Bar Associations. W. H. Burwell, candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, Group One, has been president of the Miami Lions Club and chairman of the Overseas Highway commission. He believes that his activity in the civic work in Miami coupled with his common sense and courteous judcial temperament qualify him to fill this office. Candidate for County Commissioner District No. 2 J. Law Davis has been a resident of Dade County for the past twelve years and a resident of Little River since 1923. Mr. Davis' platform is a guarantee that he shall at all times give due consideration to any proposition or project that might in any way benefit his district. Candidate to succeed himself as Judge of the Civil Court of record of Dade County, Judge Norman Hendry was appointed to this office. Judge Hendry advocates that the purpose of courts is to promote justice and serve the public interest. R. B. Chastain, constable of District 1, is a candidate for re-election to this office. In 1932 he became constable and established a reputation for efficiency and courtesy in office. He was rerlectod in 1936 and feels that his experience and past record merits him another term. Candidate for State Legislature in Group Two from Dade County, Marshall Wiseheart resides in Coral Gables, is a member of the Florida Bar Association of which he has been a director for the past three years, and is active in civic movements. Mr. Wiseheart believes that the growth of the community demands that legislators should be chosen who will give their honest and sincere efforts towards solving existing problems. Reiterating that he would sock no other office—elective or appointive -during his term as govprnor, Francis Whitehair told 6,000 Pinellas voters that he had no "burning ambition" to make a political career out of his career. "Whitehair proposes to change things in Tallahassee, patch up the loop holes, cut out the red tape and political hand outs, provide adequately for our schools out of existing state revenue, improve governmental services without additional .' taxation and in general restore public confidence in state government." ism Rally crowd gathered in Flamingo Park. Miami Beach. Heaping particular scorn upon the Nazis whose principles he termed "most vicious of all the •isms'." Macfaddcn didn't spa-e Communism or Fascism in his May Day address timed to C uncide with the anniversary of the founding of the communistic Third Internationale. | We have no room in America for traitors of this kind," the senate candidate said. "With our wellknown aptitude for being tolerant, we Americans have been far too tolerant of the sabotaging activities of these termites. Keep agents like Fritz Kuhn and Earl Browder in jail where they belong." The many friends of Dan Chappell are convinced that lie will lead the field of three contenders for the state senate. They say, •How can you beat a man with so engaging a persona ity, so soundly constructive a program Rnd such a fine record of accomplishment to back it up?" Having the unique qua'.ity of a good mixer who h-i! dem tra.cd he can get what he goes a i >• l :• using sugar instead of vinegar, supporters of Chappell poil I 0 Elect a FAMILY NAN to Board of PubVo In ''< %  >that such an engaging personal, y i, needed to reestablish friendly relations wHh other legislators at Tailahassee. Cart A. Biley, candidate for Circuit Court Judge. Gr up One. was engaged with the late Judge Atkinson and R. Freeman Burdwe in the practice of law before Judge Atkinson's elevation to the bench. Mr. Riley states that "because of my long and close association with tnis division and the three Judg s thereof, as court reporter and lawyer during a twenty-nine year period. I bespeak your vote and support." Clyde W. Tolson, candidate for member of Board of Public InBtrrction District No, 4. a resident of Dade C unty since 1911, favors a non-poiicical efficient business administration, better and more .dequate transportation ;,.• %  u |. Iran, the installation of inexpenive heating equipment ;l |; Jade County schools. Constable of the Fifth Miami HiJohn S. Baber, candi la %  • f., r trict, came to Miami in 1924, and joined the Miami Beach i ,i ir(! force. During his term on the police force he was promoted geant, detective sergeant „, several occasions served as acting chief of polite. Candidate for Judge of the Circuit Court, George E. McCaskill began the practice of law than twenty-eight years agi ing his practice he has attorney for the Board of I Commissioners, City At Miami Bea^h and Count; Supporters of Bernarr Macfadden are mentioning last Wednesday night when he lashed out against the "ruthless force of Hitler's legions" at a huge AmericanT* 1 T E C T CLYDE W. TOLSON Norris McElya, candidate for, State Legislature Group No. One, believes that the only platform that is honest, conscientious and democratic is to get what the peo' pie want and to protect them from unfair and vicious acts sought t I be enacted by private r special interest-; and selfish politicians. John J. Lii member of the Legislature in ( '. is a candidate for Judge of the Civil Court of Record. While in office he was active in legislation to prote t the interests of Dale County. He asks the support of all voters for election on his past record of knowledge and experience. w fl^j CLYDE ULLE* il Lawyer fcr 21 Years With 0 \c ra .n Di.c 0 uaty FOURTH DISTRICT Freclnctj, 75 to 82 and oo to ?08 (l'Ulvl I' \'l .1 Member of the Board of Public Instruction, District No. I—Experienced in Building and Maintenance. Precincts 75 to 82 Inclusive and 86 to 108 Inclusive (P.ii.i Political Ad ELECT KELLY TAX COLLECTOR for DADE COUNTY Hct Adv. Paid for by Fr'ends) BERNARR MACFADQEfi Dade County's Own Candidate For UNITED STATES SEHfiT JOi H. BQYEH AS A M^-M^E 1 0* THE ROARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION D'strict 5 (M'atnl BcrM Yo-.v Vote ard S'irmrrt Will BD Anpr.-tyated (l'iild Political Adv.) W II Y ? W II Y ? FFCAUSE h? rs a learleil advocate of everything Ame.'ican. Q -r/v. .-i,,. [.., sper ,t hun. dreds of thous.irds of dol.nrs l.i -i g .^. ..... ., ,,. thl ..,.,!.. id recreal onal state ,-.nd D d F arid %  treasury approximately $100 weekly in t < s oi *-. /eral yea's. bLC'USL vMth his many it can carry the 01 Florida's wonders and rnportiinitirs to "3.000 000 readers every month. B..CAU-E he is a great r.aI ii '''i 1 and v-i'l command itt n1 ci a-d respec. of o


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i PAGE FOUR wJewlsti florid fan PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY P. O. Box 2973 PLANT AND OFFICES 21 S. W. Second Avenue J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor 3 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 OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL FLORIDA CITIES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, West Palm Beach Representative THE JEWISH ^ LORIDTAN CHILD GUiOANCE By Joseph A. Berman FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910 SUBSCRIPTION One year ..._ — Six Mcnths VOLUME 13 — No. 18 MAY 3, 1940 F O It W A R D Readers perusing (he columns of Iheir papers today arc usually confronted iili the everlasting "over there." In the news we are informed of bloodshed, destruction, incredible happenings, in this civi lized "nrld of today. In editorials we are again reminded of conditional given an opinion as to tincauses presented, with suggestions how you may and should do your hit anil lastly a definite warning, ith a reference to past history, thai it can happen here and likewise to you. Therefore, how refreshing must it ho to you readers, how spontaneous its reception, how welcome the information when you can read not of destruction hut of const nut ion—not of "Over Tyiere" hut of "Over Here" and by over here we mean in our own back yard. Sunday the Young 'Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami formally dedicates its new athletic field and improvements to its property that saw more than 15,000 expended in an effort to bring together even more closely than now, youth and their elders. The offshoot of The writer will be glad to answer %  iv problem of his readers. Write to him in care of this paper) Cont self. A few years ago we witnessed .ii interesting scene on a New fork thoroughfare. A buy—he nil dn't have been more than 8— ante dushing down the street, a lorrible fear written on his face. le ran straight up to a big WOnan and buried his head in her ipron. The woman began gesticuating and shouting at the child, inaliy giving him a resounding lap on the face. The youngster •ringed like a puppy who knows he has done something wrong 'What are you always afraid of?" Shut up. Not another whimper 'tut of you, and a second slap. A lady passing by. walked up It.00 to the woman and inquired, "How $1.00 lo vou expect your child to con—— trol himself, when you. his mothlor, can't exercise self-control T" Whereupon, the big woman In the apron went into a rage. 'What business is it of yours, ydu busyi ody," she ranted. It WAS the business i f the passerby. A case like this is definite business of the public. For hove w a v 1 %  cause hi la.' Ii ss. I Iteir childi parl ularly neci for mol hers with a let dew 'n VO III lo exercise n a pnren 'hil In What maki s lies '.' Those days mot hers are getting he blame for whatever is wrong with their children. "Mothers make sissies," says Dr. < harles A. Drake, child psychologist Dr. Drake made a study of 242 boys known as sissies to their playniatcs. He itemized the traits common to sissies and came to he conclusion that mama's coddTHE Y. M. H. A. NOTES (BY HARRY SCUHARTZ) ,,,,,,,1.1—i" ing. manias petty little fears, a smal group, the l has won another major battle, in its struggle to .,„ • • ... ,. .. .. .,. ,... make sissies and sissies made badattain its ultimate aim. a Community (enter .... one that will fill the needs and one the community would be proud of. Fortunate is it that it has been able to grow to the point where and respected executive director, such as it now has, and whose altru\ t istic endeavors will lead it to new heights and greater glory. ly adjusted adults when they grow ip. How can parents keep a bov it can afford the services of an intelligent, competent, conscientious •!_.• ... 7 -.. i-_ __J _.u i._„ ,*rom becoming a sissy? Dr. Drake ,Mya: 'The course of procedure f w'' mothe,s i V im P ,e The years, has deemed it necessary that the fulltime of its capable direcI*"*, £* %  ,rc ^ n 10 "' A mother tor be devoted to a cultural program featuring a Home Camp. VocaIJJJf JJ^JJ 11 ** "f^"" tional Guidance Group. Dramatics, forums, scouting, athletic diver' sions and social gatherings of an educational nature. Fortunate that those affiliated have no thought of personal aggrandizement in their untiring efforts they put forth in building towards that ultimate goal. Greater Miami has much to look forward to in the Y. M. H. A. and a greater cooperation by leaders in the community will do much to quicken the progress of securing a long desired and much needed Community (enter. Everyone should attend Sunday and by their jhrtnclu.s ospoe.a ly when the presence show their approval of the past accomplishments, welcome ??" d Y ? f," "f^ P '"'" '"''' the new facilities and improvements and demonstrate their willing? !" !" *T. T "" "ushnn 1. ness to be counted as a soldier in the Y's forward march, a drive that "J" th f chllds futurp happiness. will bring victory to the participants and a Community Center to Great| h,s V !" !" """ an ****** 1 s at stake. Mothers should reson, and she must be willing to take steps that may involve some self-sacrificeThe wise mother not only permits her child to break gradually from her control, but encourages this by providing suitable opportunities, it may lead to er Miami. alize this before it is too late." POLITICAL BRIEFS Candidate for re-election to the office of Dade County Tax Collector, Hayes Wood, elected to office in 1936. believes that he has fulfilled every pre-election promise made. Mr Wood, during his administration, made poll tax reeipts available with registration books, placed auto tax deputies n outlying communities for the jublic convenience, kept tag office >pen Saturday afternoons and lights during the rush periods, ind turned over to the County Commissioners $74,663 in excess ees. He innovated a time saving and simplified tax receipting system and has used courteous but firm methods in collecting delinquent taxes. Mr. Wood believes hat Dade County citizens have been appreciative of the courteous, efficient and business like manner in which the office has been conducted. r Membrs of the Y. M. H. A. Dedication Committee f or Sunday includes Herman Waitsman. Harry Schwartz, Lou Safan. Jack Apteis chair man 0 f tn spe cial Membership Committee. MAY 28 "Y" .NOMINATIONS Since its inception in June of 1932 the Y. M. H. A. has made he most rapid strides of any orranization in this area. It is fit,ing and proper to look in retropect in bringing back to memory lames of the officers and board nembers who, in their laborious 'fforts. played a large part in he Y" to its present standing in he elevating community. Murray Grossman was instrunental in organiing this organiaion in June of 1932, then known .s the Hebrew Athletic Club Hurray was duly honored in becoming its first president, and erved for two t> rms. In 1934, Al Rosenfeld was elected I i the presdi n y t carry on the fine work stai ted by the fii l II In h tion. In 1935 AI Gr issman Mur%  ay's j ounger brother, i ai ricd on for the "V" in his capacity as d i '. deal, i Pa Hot 1 hip i lii> if the "Y," n as the i ickbone "Y" financially and otherwise. The year 1938 brought with t .Milton Friedman as president .nil the Greater Miami Federation if Jewish Welfare Funds of which he "Y" immediately b< came a nu t icipating member. The 'Y' membership elected Palot for a second term in June of 939. Giving due koved to every irovi HIS administration. I think it iroper to familiarize each of you With the present officers and ward with Al Pallot, president; Al Grossman, vice president; Leon -ieberman. secretary, and Nal Blumberg. treasurer. They forme' the officers of the year 1939-40. On the board are Dr. Harold Ran I Herman Waitsman, Jack Apte. Dr. Sam Beckman, Lewis Safan, Adolph llainies. Ix-o Robin-n n. Fred ShochetMatty Bandler, Irving Querido, Jules Wilson. Hei r Gabbe, Joseph A. Berman, Harry Gordon. Al Berkowitz and Han., Schwartz. As great a part as each ha played including the officers and b '.nil membe B, since 1932 the high esteem the community holds for the 'Y" today could never have been possible were it not for the splendid work of two outstanding men. The first being the one and only Boris Schlachman, Olov Ha Sholem. who was executive director of the "Y" from 1935 to June of 1937. when he departed from this earth. His absence will always be felt. The second is our present executive director, Maurice Grossman. If ever a man took the bull by the horns and got results, that honor must surely be deserving of Maurice Grossman. In a span of less than two short years, the "Y" has increased its membership ten fold and its present possibilities are unlimited, especially now with the erection of a new Athletic Field and Gymnasium, a long desired need of the association. Having been on the board of the %  M. H. A. since 1935, I can truly say that my greatest thrill will be realized on Sunday. May 6th at which time we will display The 'Y In Action," on our new niiHIimHinnHmMnNniMiiu (..IIIHIIIIMIM IHHIHIIIU field and building. More .).„,,, 3.000 letters have been mailed out to the Greater Miami public. All of us at the "Y" feel confident that we now have something subtantial to offer the prospective nembers in every conceivable orm of culture, social and athetic programs. At the present time the memlership rates are as follows: Senior Y. M. H. A., $6.00 per -ear. Senior Y. W. H. A.. $1.00 per •ear. Junior Y. M. H. A., boys and rirls 16 to 21 years, $3.00 per %  ear. Sub-junior boys and girls. 12 to 6 years. $2.00 per year. This fee entitles each member o all privileges of the organizaien. The only i tber membership vailable at the "Y" is the < : tor's I lub %  0 per life i ership. 'Ibis scale may be rei l soon BO may we urgi nd every one of you to i %  bla ik urie a i outh Building < > ation in the south, the Y. •\. of Greater Miami. For further information p %  4012 or 3-9151. ** SENIOR DIVISION V. W. H. \ The annual Passover Tea n held in the clubrooms last 8 day afternoon. A very fine program was prepared by thl mittee of which Mrs Alber! • '. Reisman was chairman. I: Kendallpupil of Dora Ros muse School of Dramatics renlered a condensed version of "You Can't Take It With You." and %  Irs. Mildred Rubinstein sang Kli Sli accompanied by Mrs. Shaffer l he piano. A very large crowd ended. The committee assisting 'is. Reisman were Mrs. A. J. -eitlin, Mrs Jennie Levinson and >Irs. Sootin. The next regular meeting will e held on Wednesday, May 8 at :30 p. m. in the clubrooms at vhich time nomination and elecion of officers and board monies will take place, Refreshments A"ill be served. On Wednesday evening. May 19 his division will sponsor a bingo arty at the '.Y Mrs. Leon Licberman is chairman and furthi r details will be given next wee!:. This affair will be held for the purpose of purchasing books for the library. o> rV JUNIOR DIVISION Last Thursday evening the following officers were elected In this division: President. Sherman Freedman; vice president. Be.i Merlin; treasurer, Lcroy Fcldman; secretary. Nataleah Simons. Members at large are Margaret Horowitz and Bernic Greenstein. SENIOR DIVISION The next meeting of the board of directors of this division will I ie held Wednesday evening, May 8 in the library of the Y. M. H. A. All members are urged to be present. THE FORUM GROUP MrJoseph A. Berman, vocational guidance director at the *Y" conducted an open forum at I the meeting of this group on the subject "Youth and Hobbies." A very large group attended and the entire evening was enjoyable. 3



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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1910 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN PAGE FIVE < lf€ POLITICAL BRIEFS Pictures—word pictures in vivid language—from Europe bring us contrasts In systems of government that make us thankful even for primary times. At the same time the primaries and their attendant limelighting of the records of candidates give us an added insight into what makes our government click and renews our faith in a democracy where a state official like Comptroller J. M Lee turns to the courts for light on legislative tax enactions and unfailingly returns to taxpayers any items the courts rule against. Florida is particularly fortunate in its choice for heading up the fiscal side of its government. Jim Lee is a firm and steadfast believer in the constitution, realizing how dangerous would be any policy to the contrary. He has been steadfast in following the court interpretations of tax laws and unfailing in relying upon the courts of the land for guidance in disbursing the taxpayers' mancy after the state gets it. A • an h foe of dictatorship in m he has been one of the lern disciples of com.! j, M of the three deof governnu I I cutive and I. He ;,, interfer irs when he a |i gislature; and he foil >v %  nign i %  dge th il if i le ,,., er he would n( I be eti ally trying to tell the le what to do. Thus he naturally turns to the courts when doubts I on laws "dumped" in hiadministration. He may keep the courts busy he has morelitigation in the supn mi court than any two predet-essi !.but that's what the courts for. And it is well that out comptroller relies upon them foi the protection of taxpayers—all alike—Okeechobee News. At a large political rally at 4th and Washington Ave., Tuesday evening, April 80th, candidates running for State Senate and Sheriff addressed the huge gathering. Max M. Singer actinic chairman, is active in the Senate race endorsing Dan Chappell. Miami R turni ig to his native lower east coast from a triumphant swing through Hillsborough. Pinellas and Pasco counties, B. P. Paty, of West Palm Beach, this area's only candidate for governor, announced at local headquarters today he will spend the remaining days before next Tuesday's primary in the Greater Miami area. A few of many reports coming from Paty state headquarters at West Palm Beach are reprinted below. Pi nsalcola "Paty will unques... carry Bscambia county. with \Vhitehair and II iland fighting it out for second place." Byrd Sims. Jacksonville — "Veteran Duval ___ county politicians, including Sheriff Rex Sweat, place Paty no lower than second in the first primary. Indications point to close battle for top position between Paty and Fuller Warren, native son."—George Pierce, City Councilman. Tampa —'"Pinellas county poll shows Paty gaining rapidly on Holland in tussle for lead. Whitehair slipping badly and may not finish in the money." — John Broaddus, Independent merchant. Orlando — 'Paty second today but, if continues present pace, stands excellent chance of carrying Orange County.' — William Glenn, publisherSebring—"Highlands county for Paty strong. Reaction to recent rally here tremendous. Whitehair r.o better than fourth."—Nate Broking, publisher. RE-ELECT BnRTUILEf CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE (lROtfP l %  Senior DIVIH on I ASK YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT Hayes Wood TAX COLLECTOR COURTEOUS PROGRESSIVE EFFICIENT / IPal I Culltli al Adv. > For Civil Court of Record OF DADE COUNTY JUDGE TRIED and TRUE Keep Judge Hendry in the off'ce where he ia serving the people faithfully, competently and conscientiously. F.emember whin von Vote May 7 to Cast Your Ballot for Judge Norman Hendrv. who has proven himself worthy the position he now holds. (Political Adv. Paid for By Friend*) ELECT EDWIN C. F R A S E R STATE COMPTROLLER For a Progressive, Courteous, Business-Like Administration Youth Spells Progress (Paid Political Ad I DON'T BE FOOLED AGAIN MIAMI and MIAMI BEACH WILL NOT GET A SQUARE DEAL IN STATE AFFAIRS UNTIL WE ELECT OUR OWN SOUTHEAST FLORIDA CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR B. F. PATY of West Palm Beach HE WILL GIVE THE PEOPLE OF THE WHOLE STATE EQUAL RIGHTS AND TREAT EVERYONE WITH UNDERSTANDING HE WILL REPEAL THE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX AND VIGOROUSLY OPPOSE ANY FORM OF SALES TAX (Political Adv. Paid for by Miami Beach Friends) •'



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wJewisfh Flondli'3i HI COMBINING Title JiBWUStl tUnBtf *l VOLUME J.3 — v ivU AMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 I'KiCfc lo CENTS M. H. A. Dedicates $5,000 "Community Center" Expansion Program Sunday New Pogroms Result in Deaths TO L Amsterdam (WNS)—Following a bloody two day pogrom in Warsaw in which at least 12 Jews p] ans have been completed by were killed and scores injured, a the R a bbis Manuel Greenstein and wave of anti-Jewish riots and disD r (ar i JJ. Herman and their conorders swept the city of lx>dz. gregations Betl El and Beth 1sGangs of uniformed Nazis rae j wno will be host to the Flor1 swooped down the Jewish quarter j,| a state Rabbinical Association IVdlt Will Attract oa courts, shuffle board, ping Harvey Seeds Post Drum and in the Baluti district, leaving in Annual Convention which will be Ylanv Broadcast pong basketba11 <>Uey b'l Bugle Corps; Presentation of Key. their wake pillaged Jewish homea held in West Palm Beach May 5th, on WIOI) tennis. Henry Hohauser; Acceptance „f and shops. (ith and 7th. About 30 Rabbis are Other members of the building Key and Address. E. Albert Pa.! waa i !" P 08siblc %  learn, ;i expected to present scholarly p committee, in addition to George lot; Greetings from the City, by lhis *>"*••> %  the exact number perg on the Bible, Talmud, Jewish iv 6th at the clubhouse, S. W. th Ave and Fifth street. wi I'"'"'"': In the afternoon the pr gram ,.„.,. ... the Nazis .. .MI.assisted by \. \\. II. A. Chorus; l wi. Musical s lections Addresses by Rev. Dick Evans. I The Persecution of Jews the ceremonies will start In the 1|V tne %  '• w v Drum and Bugli Maurice Grossman E, Albert Pal Warsaw continues with no relei Can We Enroll Every Jew Eernoon at 2:00 o'clock sharp, Corps; remarks by E. Albert Palot; invocation, Rabbi Kellner. '" 8i htl 0ne re P ort s1 -' 1, : "' Some Synagogue." The asset Id last throughout the day and Ot, president; I.ou Safan, athletic v.,,,., Z ucca has been invited t J,ws a "' compelled to march W |H open with a reception at be heard. The general themes of year's conference is 'How w in ssembly the i the evening when a jfala chairman, will present Troop No. appear. The evening's ceremonietrough ln '' ma n Streets Of WarJ ose ph Scher Memorial Hall May re will be the closing feature of 2:1 of the Girl Scouts, who will are scheduled to take an hur, afBaw shoutin Ki Wc ,l< vs wanted 5th with Rabbi David Zielonka of day. present the colors and give a First ter which dancing by Artie Friedwar Tampa as the principal speaker, inal touches on the new athAid demonstration; Austin Younts man and his orchestra will folbw ,~" ~~ ; Presidents of Congregation have field and improvements are athletic director of the Y. M. ('. on the Athletic Court • SlllCldeS Continue bcen Invited to participate, lg made, and the build ng A., will present an athletic proI Members of the dedication comimittee, headed by George Wolgram consisting of: Tennis match, mittee are: E. Albert l'allot, genhas stated that everything City of Hollywood. Champs, vs eral chairman; Lou Safan, Her* be in readiness for the affair. City of Miami Chamns; Gnal-II' man Waitsman, Fred K. Shochet. B'rith Lodge No. 1146 will assist In NaZl Germany the local West Palm Beach Congregations with M. Bierman, president, taking an active part. The of a large number of imball match, Bob Miller, vs. Aaron %  ack Apte %  is ^r'' a ?" m ^ on-the-Main. This figure furSisterhood annual luncheon meet% vements tncludmg a large •*• >- I-borman. Dave Lemel, hcg an jn(|icatjon ,.,. the num h on the MIM s.de M*M p m. OV„•*, .*• jan, "jJJ^"^ ber of Jewish, suicid in theNaziden t in charge He adauarter S of ido, an d Ju.es nson. i heM territories w t e con d.tions those attending will be at the lare generally wo than in GetLa U ber Village Palm Beach. IOSP1TAL DRIVE RKI'ORT many The ptes nce of neutra l WILL BE PUBLISHED diplomats aml ,,. spaper men has | The complete list of contribualwavs served : il restraining inBeth JaCOb secured by the B'nai B'rith ,'luence on the Nazis In Germany. Elects OfficerS ere the old entrance was with WIOD, Mr. Maurice Grossman, exnew entrance facing S. W. 16th ; cutive director, will conduct a rasnue. A new executive direclio program with Dr. Beckman. oe A. Berman. I. I-evln, Herman Waitsman. Walter Jacobs, E Aland library renovated, the j -art Pallot, Fred K. Shochet, and allation of a new cafeteria and ?ea Stepkin participating. Bob fchen, a paved outdoor dance jeara will render musical numlo and the erection of a gym ers. office, new electrical fixes, Venetian blinds throughout, athletic field, with diversities, has been built. Includlin the athletic field are handIn the evening at 7:30 o'clock harp, the program offers: Music•ommiltee headed by M. J. KopelPassover v ek saw the renewal witz in the drive for funds for of the "rill al murder" charge, he Crippled Children's Hospital The V1C10US >' "nti-Semitic week y vill be published in next week's .1 selections, American Legion, BSUe of The Jewish Floridian. %  -"<*.. ** '*"**m>m. %  H. *:" Der Stuermer, published by Nazidom's No. 1 Jewbaiter. featured a story under huge headlines, disclosed the alleged murder of a non-Jewish girl in Bohemia. The Nazi publication raised every ancient and disproved charge imagnable and promises that the 'murder" will be revenged. "The revenge will involve the whole Jewish people." t^ 10 paper state I. Plans Completed For 1940 Meet At a meeting held this week the Beth Jacob Congregation held election of officers for the ensung year. Mr. M. BFrank was re-elected president; Mr. Harry Wasserman and Mr. Marcie Lieberman, vice presidents; Mr. A. L. Mechlowitz, re-elected secretary, and Mr. David Goldstein treasurer. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor .Maurice Mamches and Sexton Max Feit were re-elected for five ...TV periods. >* %  ;>-*** v •;M YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION 'S NEWLY ERECTED ATHLETIC FIELD New York, N. Y.—The United Synagogue of America this week completed all plans for iis 1940 National Convention which wi'l open at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Atlantic City. N. J.. next Friday. May 10th and close the following Monday, May 18th. The final program, as announced by I^ui.s J. Moss of Brooklyn, N. Y, who is National President of the United Synagogue of America, will include addresses by prominent Jewmh and non-Jewish leaders from every section of the country. Pre-convention religions services will be held on Friday evening at the Community Synagogue of Atlantic City. Rabbi Jacob Bosniak of Brooklyn will of, ficiatc and address the assembled delegates on 'Religion and Democracy," which is the theme of the convention. MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director, Y. M. H. A. H i If



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^LJ FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1940 THE J1WIEH FLOMDIAM PAGE SEVEN CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (MIAMI S PIONKER CONGREGATION) 135 NORTHWE8T THIRD AVENUE MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi—198 Southwest 18th Road Office Phiw M<7J Home Phone 2-2171 •PERMANENT CALENDAR [emphatically that Sunday School 'training for our children is ccrD .,!y .erviceat 7 a. m. and jnly nofc suffk ie| t vhMn n Friday evening, o:30 o clock (can appreciate the value of our Sabhatb %  *>vices, Saturday 8:30 Hebraic civilization only by at8 m itcndiiiK Hebrew classes which are Late Friday evening services, held daily. We therefore urge Friday evening 8:15. (parents to sc the wisdom of actjunior jervic Saturday 10:30 ively participating, and Bending their children to the Talmud To'Htdrew School. 3:15 to G:15 p. •••• m. Bar-Mitzvah: The Bi r M tz. School "unday 10:00 a. van" group meet every Sundani morning from D to 10 in der thi Bar Mitzvah Group, Sunday boys of 12 and over are eligibl ,, ,„: a m direction of Mr. Louis Ga on; \ i | History Group, Sunday attend. The boy.arc taught th mel di.'s for the differeni "Porof Law." a. ir i a. m. erhood Meeting, third Wedtlons ni day of Month. SUNDAY SCHOOL P tSSOVER CELEBRATION An unusually large attendance of men, women and children were the Passover wick. It was exprcsenl at all the services during tremely gratifying to see the religious interest so many of our members and friends manifested during Passover. May this be the beginning of a faith refructified and re-strengthened in our midst. Special services were held by our Junior Congregation and over 100 boys and girls were present at each service. The Synagogue was crowded to capacity during the last day of Passover with more members of Beth David present than ever before, which is as it should be. REUGIOUS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTION Talmud Torah: It is gratifysee the continued attendance at the Hebrew classes throughout the week. We admit Final examinations of all i of the Beth David Sunday School will take place Sunday morning, May 19th; the annual picnic foi the regular students only will be held Sunday, May 2(5. Closing exercise and prize awards will take place Sunday morning. June 2nd with Confirmation exercises that evening at 8:15. AMERICANIZATION CLASSES Throughout the entire season, Americanization classes are being held at the Beth David Talmud Torah, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30, under the very capable tutorship of Mrs. Maurice Grossman. These classes are still in session, and those who are interested are to be present those evenings. The Beth David is very happy to co-operate with the B'nai Ii'rith and the Council of Jewish Women by granting its facilities for such splendid purposes. At a well attended meeting held recently at the Beth David auditorium, election of officers for the ensuing year took place. The following women were elected unanimously to office: Prsident, Mrs. Irvin L. Siegel. first vie president, Mrs. Isadoi Fine, second vice president, Mrs. PUT "HORSE SENSE" IN THE SENATE ELECT FRED P. COSE §. SENATOR Florida Can Count on Cone (Paid Political Adv.) Harry Markowitz. third vice president, MrsHyman Sootin; treasurer, Mrs. Sol Weinkle; recording secretary, Mrs Wm. Friedman; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Sam Ehrlich; financial secretary, Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz; executive secretary, Mrs. Louis Margulies; auditor, Mrs. Saul Grief; trustees for one year, Mrs. Chas. P'eretzman, Mrs. Marris Badanes, and Mrs. Hyman Mack; trustees for two years, Mrs. Julius Speclor Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Edith Syman; trustees for three years, Mrs. Jack Pallot, Mrs. Joseph Fine and Mrs. Charles AbbottMrs. Isador was elected honorary president. Mrs. Isador Cohen, retiring presilent, and her officers for the fine achievements this past year. REV. J. MALEK Experienced M 0 H E L PHONE 3-0628 IM N. W. 10th AT*. ^^^^1 a^K -V 1 aP' r^^a^a^^c ^BPT i p_^^as 7BJU i^aSE ^ 1 RE-ELECT TOM WOOD CONSTABLE District No. 2 EXPERIENCED EFFICIENT COURTEOUS •One Good Term Merits Another" (Paid r.ntic-ni A4V-) Vote For LEGISLATURE Candidate Tor MARSHALL C. WISEH EART GROUP 2 Honest, Able and Intelligent Representation for Dade County (Paid Political Adv.) J. LAN! DAVIS F () R COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No 2 DADE COUNTY 100$ For Townsend Plan A Native Flondian 20 Years in Dade County 17 Years in District 2 Subject to Democratic Primary. May. 1940 il'.t.l Political Adv.) Announcinp he Opening of Two Summer Camps by Rabbi 4. Wrubel, Director—for 1940 Season Camp Jellwood Camp French Broad for J .vish Girls for Jewish Boys Wayncsville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. FROM JUNE 23 TO AUGUST 25 For I) criptive Book!et and Further Information, Write: RABBI S. WRUBEL BREVARD, NORTH CAROLINA %  %  •'< \ i\<: — M1XMI BK-M 'II nd MIAMI Miami Jewish Funeral Home "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" PHONE 3-3431 Hi S. W. 12th WE. AMBULANCE SERVICE mmramwmmmmmmmi s^rt HEBBY L. PPENBQHN Y 0 V R JUSTICE O P T 11 K PEAC E RE-ELECT HIM MAY 7th Learned. Courteous and Efficient (Paid Polltloal Adv.) ELECT 30BEBTJ BQOIE for CIRCUIT JUDGE DADE AND MONROE COUNTIES, FLORIDA Group 4 Democratic Primary May, 1940 Always the friend of the people jiving time and service to help with public improvements and establishment cf pa.ks, and obtaining reduction of electric rates. COURTESY AND ABILITY (Pld Political AdT ) INSURED SAVINGS MORTGAGE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS NORTtiACI LOAMS 45 N. E. First avenue at the corner of First street LOW COST LONG TERMS Single Mortgage Home Financing Plan J. M. LIPTON, President Bi s&