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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15No. 18
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ICTORY
A & N COMMITTEE
AT YMHA
SUNDAY MEET
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
AMBASSADOR TO SPAIN IS
HONORED BY CONFERENCE
Leaders of the Jewish com-
munity together with organiza-
tional heads assembled at a spec-
ial meeting at the Y. M. H. A.
last Sunday morning, for the pur-
pose of organizing a local Army
and Navy committee to coordinate
all services for men in uniform.
Initiated through the efforts of
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Y. M. H. A., who
while in New York attending the
25th Annual Convention of the
Jewish Welfare Board arranged
for immediate action with refer-
ence to the Miami situation. As
a result, Benjamin Rabinowitz,
director of the National Army
and Navy Committee, came to
Miami for Sunday's meeting.
It was explained by Joseph A.
Berman, chairman of the Board
of Directors of the Y. M. H. A.,
that heretofore various Jewish
organizations in Greater Miami
rendered service for the men in
uniform and in order to avoid
conflict, it was deemed advisable
to form an Army and Navy Com-
mittee.
Mr. Rabinowitz, in his remarks
to the gathering stated that the
National Jewish Welfare Board
was organized in 1916 for the
purpose of aiding men in uniform
at the Mexican border. Since
that time they have been recog-
nized as the Jewish voice by the
Army and Navy. It is the idea
to have one agency for all Jews;
a single voice for the Jewish
community nationally as well as
locally.
As a result of the meeting, a
committee was appointed to make
a complete survey with reference
Jo the needs of service men in
this area and to formulate plans
for the organization of a perman-
ent committee. Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan was appointed chairman,
assisted by Maurice Grossman,
Joseph R. Stein, Morris Klass,
William Boxerman, Rabbi Abra-
nani Kellner Miss Bess Spanner,
M Frankel, Stanley C. Myers and
'red K. Shochet. Sub commit-
tees, subsequently appointed are
now engaged in preparing plans
. New York (WNS) A citation
in recognition of his distinguished
service to the cause of under-
standing and cooperation among
Protestants, Catholics and Jews
was presented this week to Pro-
fessor Carlton J. H. Hays, newly-
appointed U. S. Ambassador to
Spain, by the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews.
The citation was presented by
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president
of the National Council at a re-
ception attended by nearly 1,000
people from communities thru-
out the country.
Professor Hayes has been
Catholic co-chairman of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews since its inception in
1928, and has played an active
part in the various programs and
enterprises launched by the or-
ganization.
Pieces of Hate
by
RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
National Director of the Anti-
Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith
ANTI-SEMITE
HOLDS POST IN
0. S. AIR FORCE
or the permanent setup.
TO
TELLS MEETING
nil-,* yrk (WNS)-Charles A.
ter n'u"TK'r Romanian Minis-
the Pr W;|?'"neton and leader of
thk n 7 Kuinanian movement in
tending y' told Agates at-
he i"in hS imnual invention of
Amenca u ,Rumanian Jews of
would k l'la' Post-war Rumania
1'Pr.nc,p,esd,Cated t0 demCra-
A-fth" tlrUSt me that- to mv
p\ anv\Iam nt going to ac-
M&nrnti comPrornise on truly
SSte ,t r Pri?cipla, on human
freedom m" cJ?ss and '"dividual
ffiom, Mr. Davila said.
lut'on call rCt adopted a reso-
ld Turk R.Upon Great Britain
and tra ? grant Permanent
tfUleai fl,Vlsas t0 a11 Jewish
*Pe fcL n unate. enouh to es-
2? worn Rumania. A mt.i
New York (WNS)Col. Edwin
M. Hadley, a leading figure in
the now-defunct anti-Semitic Paul
Reveres and reportedly pro-Nazi
before Pearl Harbor, is chairman
of a War Department Civilian
Committee which passes on ap-
plicants in Chicago for commis-
sions in the Army Air Force Pro-
curement Division, it was dis-
closed by the crusading New
York newpaper, PM.
Declaring that Col. Hadley had
been branded anti-Semitic by the
American Council of Public Af-
fairs, PM charged that the Chi-
cago super-patriot could "recom-
mend to the army only those men
sympathetic with his views."
In its book, "Organized Anti-
Semitism in the United States,"
The American Council of Public
Affairs stated that Col. Hadley
was the "dominant personality"
as well as the nominal leader of
the anti-Semitic Paul Reveres.
The Paul Reveres distributed
two anti Semitic pamphlets,
"Facing the Facts" and "The Plan
in Action," and it has been
charged that one and maybe both
were written by Col. Hadley.
"The Plain in Action" said:
"Real Germans are smashing
Jewish influence; weeding it out
of Germany. Because of this set-
back to their plans, world Jewry
| is turning the full blast of its
I temporal power and control of
I instruments of publicity in all
countries against Hitler, to villi-
fy, misrepresent and destroy him."
TURKEY ASKED TO ADMIT
RUMANIAN JEW REFUGEES
scene
tumania. A poignant
nam0VfatLe7cLed wfien *
* reCPle 7u8 Rumanian Jew-
icy 5**o drowned in the
the BtrSL the, Black Sea when
1 'he deW.Xploded- were ^d
had relativ,8 es' many of whom
natives among the victims.
Washington (WNS)The Am-
erican Ambassador in Ankara
has been instructed to urge the
Turkish Government "on hu-
manitarian grounds" to admit
temporarily the 12 Rumanian
Jewish refugees who were ship-
wrecked in Turkish waters and
another group of Rumanian Jew-
ish refugees who recently reached
a Turkish port.
The announcement that the U.
S. Ambassador had been ordered
to act in the case was made here
by Under-Secretary of State
Sumner Welles who informed the
United Rumanian Jews of Am-
erica that the American envoy
would ask Turkish authorities
to permit the homeless refugees
to remain in Turkey until Pales-
tine visas can be obtained for
them.
The recent arrests of Pelley
and George Christians and the
cracking down on Father Cough-
lin, indicate a new attitude on
the part of Attorney General
Francis Biddlean attitude wel-
comed by the
American peo-
ple. The gov-
ernmental agen-
cies are recog-
nizing that, es-
pecially in time
of war, to allow
unhampered the
abuse of civil
liberties might
result in a ser-
ious set-back of
our war effort.
However, the arrests of a few in-
dividuals, even with the promise
of more to follow, only scratch
the surface, and we still have
hundreds of people whose activi-
ties are destructive to national
morale.
During the month of April, a
new organization was formed
calling itself "Americans for
Peace," founded by Horace
Haase. The latter has been clos-
ely associated with America First
activities and friendly to many
of New York's known fascists.
In conjunction with the organiza-
tion, Haase is now publishing a
news letter which will appear
semi-monthly, calling itself "Am-
erica's Hope," with a subscription
price of $1.00 per year. Haase
has opened offices at Room 203,
1165 Broadway, New York City.
The first two paragraphs in the
No. 1 issue of the news letter put
out on April 15th indicate that
the entry of America into the
war has in no wise affected many
of the former so-called isolation-
ist leaders. It reads as follows:
"The first shock is over. And
those who hate war because they
love their fellow men and their
country are beginning to recover
their balance. They are coming
to realize anew facts which were
crystal clear before. Their vision
is beginning to return after the
nerve shattering shock of the un-
expected attack upon Pearl Har-
bor. They are slowly coming to
see that while the Japanese as-
sault changed a few things it has
not affected in the least the
soundness of their pre-Decomber
arguments.
"The global war they warned
against as the objective of the
empire builders and defenders is
upon us, but the fundamental
fact that it is a direct threat to
the very continuance of the Am-
erican way of life has not
changed. It is true now, as be-
fore December 7th, that such am-
bitious waging of war will bring
upon us the very regimentation
we claim to hate so in Hitler's
Germany and Mussolini's Italy,
(not to mentionas we used to
Stalin's blood-soaked domain). It
is true now, as before December
ITALIANS WHIP AND FINE
JEWS FOR ANTI-FASCISM
Cairo (WNS)Italian colonial
authorities in Tripoli have re-
vivedfor Jews only the me-
dieval practice of punishment by
whipping, it was reported here
this week. Three Jews, allegedly
engaged in anti-Fascist activit-
ies, were the first victims of the
new Fascist justice.
The three Jewsone of them 60
years of agewere taken to the
public square, stripped to the
waist and lashed. Two of them
were given 25 lashes each, in ad-
dition to the fines of 10,000 lire,
the third received 10 lashes plus
a fine of 1,000 lire.
At the same time, the Fascist
governor of Tripoli decreed that
all Jews found guilty of anti-
Fascist activities would be pub-
licly lashed and their personal
property confiscated.
REGISTRANTS OF
FEBRUARY WILL
RECEIVEJLANKS
Announcing the distribution of
occupational questionaires (Form
311) to men who registered on
February 14, 15 or 16, Brig. Gen.
Vivian Collins, State Director of
Selective Service, urged that
they give careful thought to
their skills, experience and apti-
tudes when filling out these forms
so that the best possible use of
their services may be made in the
Nation's war effort.
The questionaire, which is be-
ing distributed to February 14,
15 and 16 registrants by their lo-
cal boards, later will be sent to
registrants of the First and Sec-
ond Registrations, the Director
said. Its purpose is an inventory
of the present employment activi-
ties of registrants and of their
skills or abilities. It has no con-
nection with, and is not to be con-
fused with the regular Selective
Service Questionaire (Form 40)
which is sent to all registrants to
obtain data on which Selective
Service classification is based, the
General emphasized.
i i
M
TO BE OBSERVED
..HTI7TI
The National Citizenship Edu-
cation Program in a statement
emphasized the importance of "I
Am An American Day." "When
President Roosevelt proclaimed
Sunday, May 17th, of this year
as I Am An American Day" he
realized the importance of awak-
ening every resident of the U. S.
to the true meaning of that
phrase. While we have for the
past three years celebrated the
third Monday in May with pa-
rades, and other functiens, to
commemorate the graduation of
non-citizens into full-fledged
United States citizens, and the as-
sumption of responsibility of nat-
ive born citizens reaching their
majority, we never before have
been so deeply concerned about
what Americanism means to us
as we are Now. Therefore, It be-
hooves every man, woman and
child to get behind this, and all
similar programs, to the nth de-
gree of their ability," the state-
ment reads.
Following this train of thought,
representatives of all civic and
fraternal associations in Dade
County are asked to attend a
meeting at the Miami Civic Cen-
ter Monday, May 4th. Former
Governor Dave Sholtz. general
chairman of this year's Ameri-
canization program, will preside
at the meeting and plans for
making the complete program
an outstanding success will be
discussed.
James E. (Jim) Barney will act
as co-chairman in assisting Gov.
Sholtz in the arrangement of pa-
rades, pageants etc., and John G.
Parry, editor, National Citizen-
ship Educational Program locally
will act as Publicity chairman.
POGROM PLEASES
SOCIAL JUSTICE FAILS TO
APPEAR IN NEW YORK CITY
New York (WNS)Social Jus-
tice, Father Coughlin's pro-Axis
weekly which has been barred
from the mails, failed to appear
on New York newsstands this
week. It was believed that the
express companies were unwill-
ing to ship copies of the publi-
cation until its status is clarified.
NEW NAZI DECREE AIMED
OF PUPPET STATE
London (WNS) Interior Mi-
nister Sano-Mach of the Nazi
puppet state of Slovakia has for-
mally expressed his appreciation
for a cold-blooded pogrom in
which 35 Jews were killed and
many more injured, according to
the Sunday Times.
The pogrom occurred in the
Slovakian
AT EWS IN YUGOSLAVIA lowing"the kinirigof aUNa"i pol-
iceman. Despite the fact that a
Slovakian non-Jew surrendered
and confessed to the killing, the
violently anti-Semitic Hlinka
Guardists and Slovakian police
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
7th. that the fruits of world-wide
military conquest are not of the
people's seeking. It is true now,
as it was then, that------"

Victor Miller, whose antique
shop on East 55th Street, New
York City has for long been a
rendezvous for fascist and Nazi
adherents, is presently ill and in
a hospital. Although "Uncle
Vic," as he is called, has repeat-
edly denied charges of fascist
activity, it is interesting to note
that in his absence Adam Kunze,
well-known New York Bundist,
has been in charge of the store.
A well-known Metropolitan op-
era star, whose name has often
been linked with Nazi sympath-
(CONTINUED ON PACE )
Zurich (WNS)A new decree
requiring all persons in Serbia
holding property obtained from
Jews or who are indebted to
| Jews, since April 6, 1941, marking i invaded the Jewish quarter of the
the date of Hitler's invasion of
Yugoslavia, to file details of the
transactions with the Nazi occu-
pation authorities within a
month, was reported in Novo
Vreme, Nazi publication reaching
here.
The decree provides that all
transactions between Jews and
Serbs, regardless of date, are null
and void. It also provides heavy
punishment for those who have
entered into contracts in an effort
to evade the anti-Jewish laws.
Reports of an extensive anti-
Jewish campaign conducted by
the Nazis in Serbia were con-
firmed when the Nazi paper re-
vealed that 100,000 copies of five
anti-Semitic pamphlets were dis-
tributed throughout Serbia since
November, 1941.
city, killing, looting and ravaging
the terrorized Jewish population.
After the pogrom, Sano-Mach
sent a message thanking the Hlin-
ka Guardists and Slovakian po-
lice for their part in "suppressing
Jewish sabotage."
Sano-Mach's anti-Jewish cam-
paign, however, is not proving
popular with the general popula-
tion. The Nazi paper "Vlayka,"
published in Prague, complained
this week that too many Czechs
are showing undue sympathy for
the Jews. The paper charged
that even members of the fascist
National Solidarity Organization
accompanied Jews, scheduled to
be deported to the fortress town
of Terezin, to the railroad stations
and provided them with food for
the journey.
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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman
left Miami for Tampa where they
will make their home.

Phillip Semoure, son of Mrs.
Ida Optner, left last Thursday
for Key West where he will serve
as a member of the U. S. Navy.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Green-
stein, Augusta, Ga., are in Miami
for a short stay visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller.

Mrs. Anna Levine. together
with Mrs. Ornstein and son
Billy returned to New York after
visiting here with Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph A. Berman, their daughter
and sister.

The annual award of the Uni-
versity of Miami for student play-
wrights was won this year by
Miss Gene Greenfeld and Miss
Dorothy Ann Levin. Their plays
will be produced by the Univer-
sity students.

Irwin Zuekermandcl, son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. Zuekermandcl of
Brunswick, N. J. who is residing
with his aunt, Mrs. Celia Auslan-
dcr. won first prize in the Junior
Hiyh division of the Cancer Pre-
vention Poster Contest sponsored
by the Pilot Club. He is a
ftudent at Ada Merilt.
Warren Wepman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Wepman, will
be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel,
May 8th. A reception will fol-
low in Kaplan Hall.

Ernest Rindom, son of Mrs.
Mary Rindom. will be Bar Mitz-
vah at services at Temple Israel,
Saturday morning at 11:00. Rab-
bi Colman Zwitman will officiate.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom
NAT BLUMBERG
Treasurer of the Y. M. H. A.
and active in the arrangements
for the 9th Annual Bazaar and
Dance at the "Y", Saturday night
and all clay Sunday. May 2nd and
3rd.
The meeting of the Pioneer
Women's Organization of Greater
Miami was held Thursday even-
ing at 8 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. Minnie Weiner.
i.
The Workmen's Circle Branch
692 of Greater Miami will hold
a "May Festival" Sunday evening
in the Workmen's Circle Lyceum,
25 Washington Avenue.
An Oncg Shabot will be held
Friday at 8 p. m. at the home of
Mrs. L. Marcus, 828 3rd Street.
Sponsored by the Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization, No. 2.

Mrs. Sarah Schwartz and Mrs.
Pauline Kolinberg were hostesses
at a dinner and card party for
the benefit of the Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization of Greater
Miami.

The American Women's Home
Defense held a card party Wed-
nesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Ida Spivack, who with Mrs.
Jacobs served as hostesses. The
funds raised were for the relief
organizations of the armed forces.

The installation of new mem-
bers of the Liberte Sorority was
held at an informal dance Satur-
day, April 18th, at the home of
Miss Ester Argintar. Miss Sun-
shine Fagan, president presided.
New members are Lee Aronoff,
Arelene Kleber and Shirley Bern-
stein.

The regular mooting of the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men will be held Wednesday, May
6th at the Council House. Elec-
tion of officers will take place
and the annual reports of the
chairmen will be given. A soc-
ial hour will follow and refresh-
ments will be served.

The Greater Miami Young
Judean Council will sponsor its
annual Mother's Day program
Sunday evening. May 3rd, at 7:30
in the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah,
311 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach. An interesting program
including a technicolor film on
Palestine has been arranged. A
social hour will follow the pro-
gram.

Albert Rhys Williams, Ameri-
can authority on the Soviet, will
be the guest speaker at the Spin-
oza Forum, 24 11th Street, near
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, this
Saturday afternoon at 3:30. Mr.
Williams topic will be, "Hitler
Cannot Conquer Russia." Mon-
day morning, 10:45, Edward
Clarke will speak on. "The
Young Cosima." Tuesday even-
ing, 8:15 Dr. Abraham Wolfson
will give the 3rd lecture on As-
tronomy.

Forum, sponsored by Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, will close its session
with a luncheon on Friday. May
1st, at 12:30 p. 111. on the Alcazar
Roof. Mrs. David Catsman, For-
um committee chairman, will be
mistress of ceremonies. An all-
musical program will be pre-
sented, including Miss Ruth Wol-
kow.sky, pianist: Miss Selma Ein-
bindcr, violinist; Miss Ilse Ashcr,
ORGANIZATIONS
vocalist. Funds raised from For-
ums maintain three scholarship
students at the University of Mi-
ami.
DEATHS
Word of the passing of Mrs.
Max Green suddenly Saturday m
Richmond. Va.. was received
here. Surviving her are her hus-
band. Max Green, and two
daughters, Mrs. Herman Novem-
ber and Miss Betty Green of
Richmond and five sons, I. Vt..
Leon, Albert. Morris and Harold
of Miami.
New York (WNS)Rabbi J. X.
Cohen, chairman of the economic
discrimination committee of the
American Jewish Congress, de-
clared his belief, that the "whole
stream of bills" passed by the
Legislature providing punishment
for employment discrimination
against racial or religious minor-
ities in this state would be signed
by Governor Lehman.
In his address at a conference
held by the Women's Committee
of the Brooklyn Round Table of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, Rabbi Cohen as-
serted that the work of those who
have fought discrimination "is
beginning to bear fruit" and that
his coworkers were cheered by
the developments in Albany. He
cautioned, however, that the
problem was still serious.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
WILLIAM J. PRUITT
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY SOLICITOR
BILL PRUITT proved his ability
as a prosecuting attorney when
he successfully prosecuted Healey
and his gang of White Shirts
three years ago.
Pruitt broke up the first at-
tempted invasion by the German
Bund in Miami.
The Jewish people will say
"thanks" to Bill Pruitt next
Tuesday by voting for him for
County Solicitor.
(Paid for by the Jewish Friends
of Wm. J. Pruitt)
LEON KRAMER
Entertainment Chairman of the
Y. M. H. A. 9th Annual Bazaar
and Dance to be held Saturday
evening and all day Sunday, May
2nd and 3rd at the "Y".
Sincere Wishes to our Friend
SIDNEY H. PALMER
SOUTHERN VENETIAN
BLIND COMPANY
1727 N. W. 28th Street
Phone 2-6187
Coming Soon
PLAZA
THEATRE
S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE.
TWO DAYS ONLY
WED & THUR-MAY 6-7
"MAD MEN OF
EUROPE"
SEE England invaded
by parachute troops
SEE Trusting sweet-
hearts unmasked as spies
SEE Homes invadcdl
Dear ones brutally killed
'Mad Men of Europe'
A dramatic bombshell of
war's ultimate horrorsl
with
EDMUND GWENN
MARY MAGUIRE
PAUL von HENRIED
NOT A NEWSREEL
But a sensationally timely
drama of today's headlines
Plan to See it Now!
[J
SUCCESS TO
PALMER
FUNERAL CHAPEL
E- E. HOPKINS
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Best Wishes to Palmer Fun-
eral Chapel for a Well de-
serving Success
BAILEY CHAIR &
SUPPLY COMPANY
New York City
I Wish Real Success to my
Friend
SIDNEY H. PALMER
PAUL MARTENS
Representing
THE KEYES CO.
Realtors
"A Friend is one who comes
in first when the whole
world has gone out."
My sinccrest wishes to my
good friend
MR. PALMER
N. BADER
Sexton, Beth David Cong.
EARNEST
Overstreet
ALL FLORIDA'S
CANDIDATE
FOR
AT LARGE
An independent business
man whose record in the
State Legislature has pro-
ven time and again his
ability and willingness to
work for the interest of ALL
of the State of Florida.
VOTE FOR
AND SUPPORT
Earnest
Overstreet
(Palil Political Adv.)
"STAY THRU MAY"
SUNSHINE
HOSPITAL
47 N. W. 32nd Place Miami. Fla.
BEST WISHES TO THE
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
SEYBOLD BUILDING PHONE 2-3151
BEST WISHES TO
MR. SIDNEY H. PALMER
and
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
SOL SCHWARTZ
Chairman
CHEVRA KADISHA


FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942
Palmer Funeral Chapel To
Open For Public Inspection
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PAGE THREE
Carefully planned and equip-
ped, elaborate but tastily fur-
nished. Palmer's Funeral Chapel
will formally open its doors this
week to Greater Miami. De-
signed to meet the needs of a
particular faith of this area with
exclusively Jewish ownership,
management, embalmer and
staff, the undertaking establish-
ment will cater to the Jewish
people exclusively.
Located at 2008 West Flagler
Stree, Miami, in the site of a
SIDNEY H. PALMER
former funeral home, the pro-
perty was purchased, perman-
ently converted and improved
for the special needs of the Pal-
mer Funeral Chapel and those
who it will serve. Completely
refurnished the home features
the innovation of the most mod-
ern facilities, many new to this
area.
A permanent chapel radiating
warmth in a sympathetic rev-
ered manner highlights the new
edifice. Indirect lighting cast-
ing subdued rays serve as illu-
mination; A special carpeted
pulpit with altar bank for the
officiating Rabbi and Cantor
grace the front of the chapel
placed in the midst of a velvet
draped background, electrically
ornamented. Comfortable up-
holstered chairs amply spaced
serve the seating needs with ad-
ditional chapel space for over-
flow attendance available for
conversion.
Adjoining a large reception
room is the Family and reposing
room which offers the utmost in
privacy for intimate mourning.
Drapes with dignified back-
grounds provide the desired at-
mosphere. A private Fraternal
room f0r organizational rites and
activities, and also used by the'
Lnevra Kadisha committee has
been set aside for this distinct
Purpose, A modernly equipped.
preparational room and special
washrooms at the rear of the
building together with offices ad-
joining the spacious front porch :
nSmr>SC th balanee of the first
On the second floor are living
quarters for the staff of em-
tuners, ambulance drivers and
savC^rS^a11, amP'y furnished.
a v-.r1f.fv d!SplaY rooms showing
a variety of caskets to fit everv
need including displays of the
and nSSK ?- Mlam'- National
and Boyortown craftsmanshiu
complete the upstairs. "dnsniP
Luxurious ambulance service
schedbueiema,ntamt'd n a 24-hour
Insisting upon rendering a
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and the New York area serving
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAYL1942__
Service To The Service
The formation of an army-navy committee
for this area is under way here this week
Communal and patriotic-minded leaders me
together trying to formulate plans that will
eliminate the haphazard manner in which we
have been endeavoring to serve the service.
A coordination of these efforts is necessary
to accomplish the most in doing the laymens
part of the defense program along this line.
Sharing the responsibiliy means foregoing the
glory and credit individual groups would reap.
Unless complete cooperation not only by all in-
dividuals but by all organizations is given, the
army-navy committee unified set-up will be ot
no avail. The committee must represent the
entire community acting for it and assuming its
responsibilities. Those who try to play an in-
dividual and stellar role make this a practical
impossibility.
We look forward to seeing all groups work-
ing together harmoniously enabling the entire
army-navy service program to be efficiently
and effectively carried on.
The American People
The American people have long been criti-
cized for their complacency and smugness
The Nazis counted on it for many years, and
____TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
ifMLeii^ emvglderUicd
the Tods nearly proved it at Pearl Harbor.
Then*"insidrage^ and pals here in America
rode along on the crest of this ^dence.
beaminq to themselves at their own handiwork
tneyAought: "You'll never get the Ameri-
can people to fight. They're complacent. CM
course, as often happens when you count on
the other fellow's good nature, they were
wrong. America's entry into the war proved
it for one thing. The bombing of Tokio proved
it for another.
And right here in this country, American
people showed they could carry the fight to
the enemy's corner, when they made the bat-
urday Evening Post apologize and started put-
ting the gag on Father Coughlin.
The American people don't lie down when
it means an encroachment on their liberty and
freedom. For while they may figure you a
whack and leave you alone but when your
sling shot makes even the smallest dent
from then on you don't even know what hit
you You've got to hand it to them for one
thing. Once they get started they prove that
government by the people and of the people is
still functioning in this part of the world.
Of course, the job isn't over and there's no
real time for backpatting. There are Cough-
lins still to be silenced and the enemy still
prowls with a gun in its back.
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim
' Weizmann, president of the Jew-
.ish Agency for Palestine and of
1 the World Zionist Organization,
'arrived here last week by Pan.
' American clipper for a series of
. important conferences with Ame-
s rican Zionist leaders. He was ac-
companied by Mrs. Weizmann.
', The world Zionist leader told
I newsmen that one of the reasons
' for his trip here was to further
plans for the creation of a Jew-
ish Army in Palestine to fight
with the United Nations. Despite
the fact that the British Govern-
ment has formally rejected the
Jewish Agency's offer to estab-
' lish a Jewish military *orcp in
- Palestine, Dr. Weizmann indi-
cated that the project has by no
means been abandoned by Zinoist
leaders.
While in the United States, Dr.
Weizmann will participate in a
three-day Zionist conference
which will open here on May 9th.
The forthcoming conclave, which
is expected to act upon important
issues, will be the first American
Zionist meeting in which noted
Zionists from European coun-
tries, now in the United States,
will play an important part.
Meanwhile, Leib Jaffe, director
of the Keren Hayesod in Jeru-
salem, who has been touring the
United States, left this week for
Argentina where he will direct
the Keren Hayesod campaign.
His schedule calls for visits to
Chile and other Latin-American
countries.
WEIZMANN ARRIVES IN U. S.:, they had paid high prices for
WTIL PUSH FOR ARMY PLAN passage on a decent ship, several
French gendarmes and detect-
ives assigned to guard them on
the voyage shouted: "You Jews
are lucky to travel on a sheep
boat. It's the last class, the
lowest ship there is. And that's
much too good for you Jews.
It's the lowest of the lowest type
of ship. You're lucky to travel
on any."
Miss Myer added that the sheep
were better treated by the guards
and received more and fresher
water than the refugees. Other
passengers told a similar story
and called the French armed
guards brutal and "haughty."
They told of how they were
fight rats away from the children
forced to stay awake nights to
and they described sanitation
facilities as practically non-exist-
ent. All declared it was "para-
dise" to board the neutral ship
which brought them to New
York.
MILLION JEWS FACED WITH
ANNIHILATION BY POGROM
AMERICAN FASCIST LEADER
DENIED ARMY COMMISSION
REFUGEES ARRIVE m U. S.
TELL OF FRENCH BRUTALITY
New York (WNS)Scores of
Jewish refugees, who arrived
here aboard a neutral ship after
a long voyage from Lisbon, Casa-
blanca and Havana, told a story
pf French anti-Semitism and bru-
tality during a ten-day voyage
fcboard a small sheep boat to
Casablanca from Marseilles.
1 The passengers declared they
*rere forced to live and sleep in
lens shared by 110 sheep which
rere allowed to remain aboard
le rat-infested vessel. Miss
Ise Myer, a German-born refu-
ee, related that when some of
}e passengers complained that
Washington (WNS)Lawrence
Dennis, who published a book in
1936 advocating a Fascist govern-
ment in the United States and
who has since been associated
with various native Fascist move-
ments, has been refused a com-
mission by the U. S. Army, it
was disclosed here by the War
Department.
Publisher of the pro-Nazi and
anti-Semitic "Weekly Foreign
Letter," Dennis applied for a
commission in the Army's spe-
cial police force shortly after
Pearl Harbor and was declared
eligible by Army officials two
months later. Nation-wide con-
demnation followed the news that
the Army was considering the
Fascist leader for a commission.
New York (WNS)One million
Jews in Nazi-dominated Ruma-
nia face annihilation under the
Cold Pogrom now systematically
being carried out by the Iron
Guard, it was stated here by
the Institute of Jewish Affairs.
The Institute of Jewish Affairs,
under the direction of Dr. Jacob
Robinson, was established by the
American Jewish Congress and
the World Jewish Congress. The
facts were assembled by the In-
stitute from the official publica-
tion of the Rumanian Govern-
ment.
The Jews in Rumania are com-
pelled to carry identification
books with their photographs, is-
sued by a new organization of the
Rumanian government called
"The Central Office for Jews,"
whose ultimate function is "to
expedite the removal of all Jews
from Rumania," the report de-
clared.
Pending the realization of this
ultimate goal, stated the Insti-
tute's report, a series of decrees
have been issued, the purpose
of which is to remove all possibi-
lities of existence from the Jew-
ish population.
In Rumania proper, the Cold
Pogrom against the Jews has
taken the form on the one hand of
economic liquidation through the
withdrawal of the right to work
and the confiscation of property,
and on the other hand, the impo-
sition of stupendous taxes, the
magazine stated, pointing out
that at the same time, Jews are
compelled to contribute heavily
to the forced labor battalions and
to special military taxes.
BRITISH BOARD OF JEWISH
DEPUTIES URGES ACTION
London (WNS)The executive
committee of the Board of Jewish
Deputies of Great Britain has
called upon the British Govern-
ment to allow the Rumanian Jew-
ish refugees now in Turkish wa-
ters and in ganger of being re-
SOCIAL lUSTICE. IF FOUND
SEDITIOUS, MAY BE BANNED
Washington (WNS) In the
event that Social Justice, Father
Coughlin's pro-Nazi and anti-
Semitic publication, is found to be
seditious at a hearing on May
4th, it will find all avenues of
circulation and distribution cut
off, according to a ruling issued
here by Attorney General Francis
Biddle.
The pro-Axis publication, for
whose editorial
_____________________By PHINEAS I. BIRON----------------------------
THERE AND HERE
Note to Hirohito: The Pathans, who are the Afghans of India
and one of that country's most warlike tnbes, may be Moslems
iw rreed but they claim descent from one Afghana, whose
fatt was Jeremiah. son of Malik Saul, the commander-in-chief
of the Hebrews under King Solomon Washington rumors
Sat the Dies Committee will be disolved ere long-which won't
L~ at all mad We need a good Congressional investi-
inn hodv to do the work Mr- Dies was supposed to do, but
iTsvelT.fert need the job done in the way Mr. Dies has been
rfnina it Bookshops report that there has been a sudden rise
Tn the demand for Henri Torres' biography o Pierre Laval, which
J* nublished last year and which gives the lowdown on the
Towdo'wn coflaboraUonist leader of Vichy France Expected
n this country before you read this is Sidney Bernstem of the
British Ministry of Information, who will remain here for some
time on a coordination job .
WAR ECHOES
Nazi Germany must have been surprised the other night
when an American orchestra conducted by a Polish-born Jew
short-waved a Wagner concert aross the Atlantic. The conduc-
tor was Arthur Rodzinski, and he took the curse off the composer
whom the Nazis are boosting as their very own by playing a
little number Wagner had composed in his youUv dedicated to
the British nation, and entitled "Rule Bnttama Overture .
When vou see "Mrs. Miniver," which is expected to be the first
important film, you can be sure that the behavior of the Miniver
family during a bomb raid is true to life Director William
Wvler who in his boyhood lived through many a bombardment
in his 'native Alsace during the first world war, remembers ex-
actly how people act under such circumstances Credit the
promotion department of Coiumbia Pictures with a novel stunt
Their new anti-Nazi film, "The Wife Takes a Flier, will be
advertised by a trailer showing Adolf, Benito and Hirohito talk-
inq about the picture ... The new show Billy (Showman) Rose
is preparing for his sparking nightspot, the Diamond Horseshoe,
includes a song called "Some of My Best Friends are Amen-
cans," to be sung by a trio representing the Hit n Muss Hiro-ic
combine ^ ^ THAT
A most powerful creator of inter-religious good will is a film
that is now making the rounds of America's churches ... Its
the screen production of Maxwell Anderson's "Journey to Jeru-
salem." starring Sid Lumet Ohio State University will have
a music scholarship to be known as the Walter Damrosch
Scholarship, which will help gifted young musicians follow in
the footsteps of that great master Yes, that Louise Waterman
Wise who is represented with two paintings of the crucifixion ot
Jesus at the Puma Gallery's exhibit of "Modern Christs is none
other than the wife of Dr. Stephen S. Wise ... One of her paint-
ings shows the crucified figure of Jesus on a background ot
crucifixions .with storm troopers in the foreground brandishing
swastika banners and driving women and children before them
... The Wise family, incidentally, occupies over a page ot
"Who's Who in America," what with Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
Louise Waterman Wise and their children, James Waterman
Wise and Justine Wise Polier, each being listed in his or her
own right .
ABOUT PEOPLE
That nattily uniformed naval commander whom you see at
Jewish meetings about town is none other than Rabbi Joshua I.
Goldberg, formerly of Astoria, Long Island, and now a chaplain
in the Navy ... In the first world war he served as an inter-
preter with the American Army, but now he confesses that at
the time he knew practically no English ... In reply to various
inquiries we've received: Emanuel Neumann's resignation irorn
the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs has not, to the bes
of our knowledge, taken effect Abe Goldberg, the Zionist
leader, is doing a splendid job as chairman of the Jewish Coun-
cil of the Russian War Relief Sidney Luckmann, who was
Columbia's big football star some season's ago, now is assistant
coach at Holy Cross College That article by Joseph Israels
which the Saturday Evening Post will publish before long win
not be on the Jewish question, but will discuss Cocker SP01" '
we learn Poet Louis Untermeyer is doing his bit to brighten
this sad world ... His next book is announced as an outline 01
humor Elmer Rice, who has a son who is a full-fledgea
dramatic critic, expects to become a father again before
year is out Furrier I. J. Fox, whose son already is m
Army, will have a soldier son-in-law soon The }orW^..
young man is Sgt. George Horowitz, who is marrying Juii
Fox Walter Winchell's Girl Friday wants the world to know
that the largest contribution made to New York's Catholic Chan
ies by any individual was the sum given by her boss
Muni, who followed his fellow Academy Award winner and on
time leading lady of the screen, Luise Ranier to broadway
season, seems also to have been unfortunate in his cn,oice,the
vehicle He's in a play caUed "Yesterday's Magic' and
critics were almost unanimous in disliking it .
WEEKLY GIGGLE ____,
All of Europe today is a factory of jokes onanJVthat
nature, reports Curt Riess in "Underground Europe," a __*__
belongs on your must list ... As an example he cites the ton
ing story, concerning a Norwegian fisherman who rowelasj,
to a fjord to save two drowning pilots after an airplane ci
_. A crowd of onlookers ashore watched as he hau/^)h,eW
; into his boat, exchanged a few words with them, and then ^
policy father
Coughlin has assumed full res- ---------------- hhium-u iow wuius _. _.------
ponsibility must show cause on them overboard ... On his return somebody asked him wny
turned to Ruknania to enter Pal- wt-mwuh, .. un
estme. The Board demanded May 4th why the Government or- had done thnt "I tu.nkt ,. Rritinh Airmen, but tWI
immediate action, it was reported: der should not be made perman- mat l thought they were Bnusn Airmeu.
here. ent.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942
Jewish FkrkHan
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Y M. H. A. To Conduct Ninth
Annual Bazaar
All is in readiness for the Ninth
Annual Bazaar to be held at the
Y M. H. A. Clubrooms on Satur-
u evening, May 2nd, and all
day Sunday, May 3rd. Many
novelties will feature the occa-
sion There will be thrills and
surprises for everyone, young
and old. There will be pony rides
for children. There will be danc-
ing. There will be fortune tell-
ing booths, merchandise booths,
cage booths, etc., etc. Harry
Schwartz, chairman of the Bazaar
Committee, has left no stone
unturned to make this the out-
standing event of its kind ever
held at the "Y". Everyone is
invited and admission is free to
one and all.
A special invitation has been
extended to all the service men
in the Greater Miami area to par-
take (if the activities as guests
of the Y. M. H. A. All candid-
ates entered in the May 5th pri-
maries have been asked to be
present at the Bazaar so that they
may be introduced to the public
and meet their friends. No
speeches will be made.
George Rachlin, Chairman of
the Ticket Committee has in-
formed your scribe that his de-
partment is looking forward to
great success in their sales of
tickets.
In the entertainment field, we
have received the splendid co-
operation of Leon Cramer, an
outstanding entertainer for many
years on the stage and who has
appeared in several of our Cav-
alcade of Stars shows, who will
act as Chairman of the Enter-
tainment Department. Music for
both nights will be furnished by
the one and only Sid Lewis, (No
relation to Ted) who has been
starred most of the season at one
of the swanky night clubs in this
area.
We are, indeed, happy to state
that we have received splendid
cooperation from every indivi-
dual and concern who has been
contacted in connection with this
annual event. The following
members of the committee are
assisting the Chairman: Joseph
A. Berman, Nat Blumberg, Fred
K. Shoehet, Leo Ackerman, Jack
Apte, Samuel Beckman, Al Ber-
kowitz, Phil Berkowitz, David
Brown, George Chertkof, Leo
Eisenstein, George Goldberg,
Larry Grossberg, E. Albert Pal-
lot, Dr. Harold Rand, Al Reis-
man, Leo Robinson, Frank Rose,
Sam Seithn, Pete Silverman, A
J. Tobin, Herman Waitsman,
Mrs. Herman Slepian, Mrs. Nor-
man Jacobs, Mrs. Charles
Strauss. Mrs. Charless Blau, Mrs
Louis Kotkin, Mrs. J. J. Berman,
Mrs. Irene Kirstein, Mrs. Chas
Feldman, Mrs. Milton Friedman
Mrs. William Friedman, Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Harry
Hacker, Mrs. Minnie Lavine
Mrs. Marcy J. Levinson, Mrs. Ben
Markowitz. Mrs. S. B. Miller,
Mrs. J. J. Ritwe, Mrs. Maurice
Sager, Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Miss
Frances Ginsberg. Other divi-
sions of the "Y" assisting the
committee are: G. P. C. Girls
Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, A. Z. A.
and the Ahmy Girls.
A first aid unit will be present
with Mrs. Essie Schaffer and
Mrs. Rose Ehrlich in charge.
Notice to parents: A special
booth has been set up for the
children who will be cared for
by members of the Girl Scouts
and the Ahmy Girls. This will
give the parents an opportunity
to relax their minds for the few
hours they may be on the pre-
mises Sunday afternoon.
Y. W. H. A.
The Annual Mothers Day affair
sponsored by the Y. W. H. A.
will be held Sunday evening.
May 10th. This year the guests
of honor will be mothers of the
men in the service.
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. Hth Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
PALM BEACH NOTES
Clifford Ricks has enlisted in
the armed forces.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon---------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha----------------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv--------------- 6:00 p. m
Saturday...
9:00 a. m.
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$10
(This offer void after May 6th)
Includes cabinet baths, shower,
Swedish massage and corrected
211 Seybold Bldg.. Ph. 3-7311
D. J. Dooley 8. E. Schwartz
of the
D. J. DOOLEY
REALTY CO.
420 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
CECIL BROCK
SERVICE STATION
245 N. W. 1st Avenue
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of Miami Springs
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2170 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla.
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ARCHITECT
431 W. 41st Street
Miami Beach, Florida
GUARANTY TITLE &
ABSTRACT CORP.
O. M. BAYAN, President
50 West Flagler Street
Pro Patria
This week, we pause to salute
Private Soloman Zelesnick, form-
erly of the football team of the
University of Miami and a fre-
quent visitor to our synagogue,
who has joined the armed ser-
vice this week. We pray for his
safety and security and hope he
will return to the midst of his
loved ones with glory and honor.
Dedication
The dedication of the Stained
Glass Windows in the memory of
departed members has been
scheduled for Sunday afternoon,
May 10th. Rabbi Kellner will
deliver the Memorial address and
John C. Temple will be chairman
of arrangements. Max Rifas,
president of the congregation,
will preside.
Sunday School
Closing exercises of the Sunday
School will be held on Sunday,
May 10th at 10:30 a. m. As this
is Mother's Day, the program
presented will center around the
theme, "The Place of the Jew-
ish Mother in History and the
American Mothers in the Present
Crisis."
Jewish Radio Hour
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
will conduct the Jewish Radio
Hour this Sunday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock on Station WIOD.
The topic will be "Bonds of Free-
dom That Bind Free Men." The
music program will be omitted
because of the Sephira.
Lag B'Omer Program
The children of the Talmud To-
rah will have their annual Lag
B'Omer party on Tuesday, May
5th at 4 p. m. The highlight of
the afternoon will feature a mar-
ble contest which will be super-
vised by Teddy Sackowitz, mem-
ber of our Sunday School.
Sermon Schedule
On this Shabbos morning, at
10:30 o'clock, Rabbi Kellner will
preach on "Priest and Prophet."
At 6 in the afternoon, Rabbi Kell-
ner will discuss the fourth chap-
ter on the "Ethics of the Fath-
ers." The Shales Suddous re-
past will be served this week by
A. Delman.
Herman Held, son of Mrs. Pearl
Held, is home on a furlough. He
is in the Marine Corp.
Bar Mitzvah of the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Singer of Delray Beach
was held Saturday morning at
the Beth El Temple. A reception
followed the services.
Final arrangements were com-
pleted for the carnival dance of
the Beth El Congregation and
Sisterhood which is to be held
Monday night at Sher Memorial
Hall.
Mrs. Barney Blicher, chairman
of the Victory Book Campaign,
has received compliments from
the Defense Council on the splen-
did work that she and her com-
mittee has done.
The semi-monthly card party
of the Beth El Congregation was
held Sunday night at the Sher
Memorial Hall. Mrs. S. Gross
was hostess assisted by her
daughter, Mrs. Martz.
F

Mr. and Mrs. Simmon Barkan.
Brooklyn, N. Y. announce the
marriage of their niece, Edith
Rice, and Schuyler Barron Lee,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.
Lee, solemnized in New York on
March 12th. Mrs. Lee is a ballet
dancer and musician. Mr. Lee is
now in foreign service with the
J. S. Government. They plan
to make their home in Florida
ifter the war.
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
RE-ELECT TO
CONGRESS
PAT CANNON
Fald Political Adv.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By AL GREEN
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FRIDAY, MAY 1, i942
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KOMMENTS ^Si^cS
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
One Army-Navy Committee
Much needed in this city
To do all the work
That some will shirk
And others in their way
Take overcome what may
And if for the glory
That is another story
But take it from me
What you will see
If but this one group
All efforts will recoup
Give what they deserve to the boys
Without all the fuss and the noise
From those who maintain
Real respect we'll attain.
ent children. Cohen proposes
that the additional federal funds
ho obtained to care for those neg-
lected needy.
Cohen is chairman of the Or-
lando Welfare Board, has been a
member of the Orange County
Health and Welfare advisory
board, since 1937, is a member of
the Orange County Juvenile
Council, a member of district
board 12. state board of social
CONGRESS SEAT
Matching Federal funds for
education and general relief in
Florida, increased FBI appropria-
tions and immediate payment of I welfare, secretary of the Orlando'"^ '{<, "same" self-governing
Election Board, and a past chan-1 ri(,hts as th(, othcr numbers of
eel lor commander of the Knights this Union. Tnere must not ex-
of Pythias. J lst any immigration laws among
He is past president of theFIor- the mcmbcrs of the Union. Pal-
ORLANDO GmL MARMED
ON WEEK OF APRIL 17TH
Announceme^T is being made
of the marriage of Ma, Blatt
nor daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Blattner. to Sam Drashin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D.a-
shin of Mount Vernon, N. Y on
April 17th. The bride attended
Mh .N in Orlando. Miss Millers
Finishing School in Baltimore.
University of Georgia and New-
man's Art School, Mr. Drashin
attended schools In New YorK.
A reception will be given in then
POLITICAL BRIEFS
R. B. GAUTIER. JR.
r B Gaulier, Jr., Miami at-
torney. Saturday announced his
Vo'd.dacy for the State Legisla-
ture for Dade County. He will
run in Group 1.
Although this is his first time
out for public office. Gautier is
a keen student of city, state and
national government and one oi
emergency all possible saving
should be made in local and state
10th.
TESTIMONIAL DINNER GIVEN
DEPARTING _ELRY STONE
A testimonial dinner for Elry
Stone prior to his departure for
Washington to serve as Major in
the armed forces of the U. b. A.
is being planned for Thursday
evening. May 7th. All friends of
Mr. Stone desiring to attend may
do so by contacting the following
members of thi
committee: Ike Levin. J. Gerald
Lewis, Harry Simonhoff. Sam Es-
troff, Al Pallolt and Dr. Frank
Coret, chairman or by calling
3-0751.
London (WNS)Declaring that
the post-war world might see the
creation of a Federal Union com-
posed of Great Britain, the Uni-
ted States, the British Dominions
and India. Colonel Joshua Wedg-
wood, speaking before a meet-
ing of the Friends of a Jewish La-
bor Palestine, envisioned Pales-
tine as a self-governing, free
member of such a Union.
Colonel Wedgwood stated that
"Palestine should find its place
after the war in such a Union
government operation so that tax
burdens in these administrations
should be reduced as much as
possible for the people of Dade
County to be better able to meet
the increasing national taxes.
FRANK B. DOWLING
A new foundation upon which
. to construct the future economic
arrangements i platform of governmental expense
ment as a prosperous nation
feeling that we could afford the
same.
"A full school term for the
education of our children; ade-
quate health and sanitation for
all of the people; care of the aged
who have built this state for the
benefit of our youth, are some
of the essentials of government
of which I speak."
was advanced by Frank B. Dow-
ling, candidate for the State Le-
gislature in Group 3, this week.
"The necessities of life cost
very little; it is the luxuries in
which we indulge ourselves that
are so expensive. If elected to
serve in the 1943 session of the
State Legislature at Tallahassee,
I propose to apply this principle
to state government, for I be-
lieve that the necessities of state
government can be maintained
throughout this emergency by
eliminating the luxuries which we
added to the cost of state govern-
ED HAMILTON
Hammering away at the theme
of an aggressive prosecution of
the war with the elected repre-
sentative in Washington devot-
ing his time to seeing how best
South Florida can be worked into
the war production effort, Ed
Hamilton, youthful and energetic
candidate for Congress in the
Fourth District carried his cam-
paign to Greater Miami audiences
this week with much vigor.
He stresses the economic re-
adjustment that confronts all ci-
tizens as the major South Florida
problem to which he would de-
vote himself, not only pledging
his attention to such headline is-
sues as sugar production, ob-
taining additional military plants
etc., but the serious questions
facing the small business man and
white collar man. Small groups
to whom he talked responded es-
pecially to his apparent famili-
arity with far-reaching inter-
national questions that remain to
be solved concurrently with
fighting the war.
mod-fly damage claims to citrus
growers in war bonds have key-
noted one of the most amazing
races in Florida political history
during the current campaign.
Advocating benefits and con-
structive moves, many of which
have already begun to take form
Barney J. Cohen. Orlando, can-
didate for congressman-at-large,
has to date "upset Florida's politi-
cal equilibrium," many observers j while welfare groups,
say.
ida Federation B'nai B'rith
Lodges and present chairman of
the State Anti-Defamation Com-
mittee. He is president serving
his tenth term of Congregation
Ohev Sholem, Orlando. Cohen
has been active in many worth-
In an address to the Florida! COMMISSIONER CRANDON
NOW SEEKING RE-ELECTION
sheriffs convention in Pensacola
several weeks ago he urged the
FBI be given greater financial
support. Recent raids which
netted 13 dangerous enemy aliens
and resulted in 67 presidential
County Commissioner Charles
H. Crandon and Dado county are
given warm praise for defense
savings work in the most recent
search warrants being executed publication of the defense savings
in the state bore out his claim staff of Florida. U. S. treasury.
| Jacksonville.
A resident of Dade county for
over twenty-five years. Crandon
is a candidate for re-election as
county commissioner. District 1. j
He organized the Committee to
Defend America hero, and sup- I
ported it financially, and worked
day and night for a period of
two years, in support of the ad-
ministration. "We put on 189
radio broadcasts; we circulated
thousands and thousands of
Pamphlets and letters, all sup-
porting the President and his pol-
ostino, achieving a Jewish major-
ity, must rule itself with justice
for everybody, including of
course, the Arabs."
The meeting which was called
in behalf of the British Labor
Party was addressed by James
Middlcton who announced that
a delegation of the Party would
be assigned to call upon Lord
Cranborne, British Colonial Mi-
nister, to demand that admission
to Palestine be granted Jewish
refugees.
Meanwhile, the Trade Union
Cooperative organizations which
held a regional conference in |
Yorkshire, adopted a resolution
urging that the labor movement
in England "do everything in its
power to put an end to the unjust
Palestine policy of closing the
doors of the country for refugees
from Nazi persecution." Other
resolutions adopted by the 150
delegates attending the confer-1
1 ence urged the creation of a'
fighting force under a Jewish!
flag and extended sympathetic
greetings to the persecuted Jews,
in Nazi-occupied lands.
Tel Aviv (WNS)Resolutions
extending the work day in Pal-
estine and calling for the volun-
tary enlistment of another 10,-
000 Palestine Jews in the armed
forces were adopted at the an-
nual convention here of the His-
tadruth, the Jewish Federation of
Labor.
The actions voted were part of
a program to enlarge the Pales-
tine Jewish community's partici-
Dation in the United Nations war
effort. The resolution dealing
with voluntary enlistments stated
that the labor union would take
action against those who seek to
avoid their duty.
The second resolution added
two hours to the Palestine work-
ing day. The resolution pledged
the workers to contribute the
payment for one of the two extra
hours to a special fund to aid the
families of Jewish soldiers, pro-
viding employers contribute an
equal sum.
The convention appealed to the
Jews of the United States and of
the British Empire to assume
"maximum responsibility for the
bleeding Jews in Nazi-dominated
Europe and for the threatened
Jewish homeland." A message
of "warm greetings and encour-
agement" was sent to the Jews-
of Soviet Russia.
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co\tmn,ueJV'"a SCUSSl"gt C;o,us von Ka,lai' addressing the!
Hungarian Life party, announced
COHEN
local commit-, expulsion from Hungary in ac-
and he was credit, d with ren-, ,. .. ,. ,
dering the most outstanding and;, .Un, .ms address, which was
that the FBI was the nation's conspicuous service given by any
first line of defense against spies, county chairman in the state."
fifth columnists and saboteurs
He has since proposed merging
of the state highway patrol with
a federal patrol, equipped and
authorized to halt infiltration of
spies and saboteurs through many
of Florida's coastline
coves.
His statement before the Young
Democrats of Florida at their re-
cent convention that "every man,
woman and child must give his
utmost in hours, energy and
money to win this war quickly"
As chairman of county parks. .
which he organized, previous to 000(w-. including those in former
which the countv had no parks or um"n>an territories which have
highway beautification, he so-1bcen an,n<-'^d by Hungary. Last
broadcast by the Budapest radio.!
the Axis Premier placed the
number of Jews in Hungary at
eluding those in fort...
lumanian territories which have
Ed Hamilton
cured Greynolds Park without
any cost whatever. It has been
bavs and developed into a very fine recrea-
tional center, where thousands
of our citizens enjoy themselves.
STANLEY C. MYERS SPEAKS
A T WOMEN'S MEETING
week, the chief of the Hungarian
minorities department said there
wore 1.250.000 Jews.)
The Hungarian Premier did not
use the word "expulsion" but
spoke of the "ultimate solution
of the Hungarian Jewish prob-
lem" and of the "colonization" of
Jews. Hitler's new order calls
for the expulsion of all Jews
C. W. PETERS
FOR
STATE LEGISLATURE
I Am Committed to the Pro-
tection of Our Schools
I Am For the Protection of
Property Owners from the
Ravages of the Tax
Shark
Old Age Pensions Must Be
Maintained
(BaM Politic*] Adv. by Friend*)
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of, ,
fon*owed'"thV'poTicIes outlined "by! the Board of the Greater Miami JSffi^SLSiS* hcre,thc'>'
President Roosevelt. W. Boss. Jewish Federation will address, Dn"ts frn' mf Rl'CDnlri"
n..nalH Nelson and newly created the Women s Division of the Jew- por,s Nazi sources have
manpower Sf. Paul VSutt ish Welfare Campaign of Atlanta, ^ff^ Eastern Russia as the
His p'ans for securing matching | Mdg. He will be the principal I
speaker at the opening luncheon
of the drive to raise $135,000.
federal funds for education he
outlined to the recent teachers'
convention. There are ample
funds available in Washington,
provided those funds are matched
by the state, to insure a full nine
months term for every school in
the state. ,
The same is true of the general
relief situation. In many coun-
RABBI S. H. BARON TO SPEAK
AT SUN RAY HEALTH RESORT
Rabbi S. H. Baran of Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. will
deliver a lecture on: "The House
Beautiful," based on the play by
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for "Jewish colonization.
Kallai stressed that the Jews
must be excluded from any pro-
perty rights and the use of Hun-
garian soil. In recent months the
pro-Nazi Government has confis-
cated all large Jewish-owned
farms and robbed smaller Jewish
landowners of their stocks and
equipment.
At the same time, new anti-
Jewish decrees were issued, bar-
ring Jewish doctors from all
hospitals and forbidding Jews
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PAGE SEVEN
POLITICAL BRIEFS
WILLIAM J. (Bill) PRUITT
William J. Pruitt, candidate for
County Solicitor, was born at
Sulphur Springs, Texas, and
moved to Miami in 1925. He has
activclv engaged in the practice
of law in Miami since 1927, and
has
tice.
specialized in criminal prac-
KK' .
By reason of his interest in be-
half of the Sons and Daughters
of Jewish War Veterans Drum
and Bugle Corps, and the work
done for that group, Bill Pruitt
was made an honorary member
of that organization.
His friends point to his ability
as a prosecuting attorney when
he so successfully prosecuted
Healey and the members of the
White Shirts, a German Bund or-
ganization that attempted to or-
ganize in Dade County some three
years ago. At the request of the
Anti-Defamation Committee, Bill
Pruitt volunteered his services,
appeared in court and presented
the evidence obtained against
this organization, which resulted
in a conviction of the leaders and
a disbanding of the organization.
GEORGE A. WORLEY
G. A. Worley, seeking reelection
as State Attorney, emphasizes his
proper administration of the of-
lice as the outstanding recom-
mendation for his return to of-
fice "The record speaks for it-
self." he said "and it is easy to
critui/ from the sidelines by
spectators who do nothing and
therefore cannot be criticized.
Practical experiences are incom-
parable with experiments and
amateurs.
Mr. Worley has obtained judg-
ments lor $91,554.73 and actually
collected for the treasury of this
county $65, 117.32 since he has
been in office. All these facts,
and many others, are a matter of
record.
He has received national recog-
nition for his efforts on the Mc-
Call kidnapping case.
Sohrfn .Z PaSt Clght years Judge
Sebring has performed the duties
Cim1?tgeh f V?0 Eighth JdS
Circuit honestly, fairly and im-
unona"hy- NK,fincr commentarV
upon his ability and integrity
could be found than the recent
action by the Bar of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit in which its
H. unanimously endorsed
Judge Sebring s candidacy for the
Supreme Court, and urged the
hfrfcf ? FH1da to "Promote"
him to the higher post.
N. P. (Neighbor) LOWREY
Stressing the importance of
oractical experience, N P
(Neighbor) Lowrey is asking re-
election to the office of County
Commissioner, District 3
"May this pleasure still be mine
to represent the People of Dade
County from District 3, in a coun-
ty-wide vote for the first time
,1 ^-elected 1 renew my pledge
that I will exert my every effort
i to further develop the resources
of Dade County and to conserve
its wealth towards a progressive,
business-like administration.
J. F. (Friti) GORDON
Asking election to the State
Legislature, Group 1, J. F. (Fritz)
Gordon, states that he is fully
familiar with the intricacies of
legislative procedure having at-
tended almost every legislative
session since 1931. He believes
in radical reduction in all county
and state expenses to avoid in-
creased taxes and free people's
money for use in an all out war
"fort. A resident of Miami since
1924, Mr. Gordon is an attorney
engaged in civil practice.
MARSHALL WISEHEART, Jr:
Marshall Wiseheart, jr., the on-
ly member of the Dade house
delegation seeking re-election,
asked that his record in the 1941
legislature be checked, and said
it would show that he had served
Dade County well in his first
session.
JOHN D. NOBLE
John D. Noble, a resident of
Dade County for eighteen years is
a candidate for County Commis-
sioner, District 1.
A veteran of World War No. 1,
he served as director of the Mi-
ami Realty Board for 2 years, 3
years as chairman of Dade Coun-
ty Zoning Board of Adjustment
and 1 year as chairman of the
Boards Zoning Committee. If
elected he will devote his full
time to the position.
JUDGE H. L. (Tom) SEBRING
Judge H. L. (Tom) Sebring, for
many weeks, has been conduct-
ing an intensive campaign for
election to the State Supreme
^-ourt throughout Florida, and
newspaper reports indicate he is
receiving strong support in all
section of the state.
miU.d.fit> Sebring is perhaps the
lost well-rounded" man ever to
'<* a position on the Florida
aupruii.. Court bench, his sun-
H. ERNEST OVERSTREET
Guam and Wake Islands would
not be now in the hands of the
enemy, if Congress had listened
to President Roosevelt's recom-
mendation made repeatedly and
voiced as long ago as 1938, that
Pacific outposts be better forti-
fied, H. Ernest Overstreet, can-
didate for Florida congressman-
at-large, said Monday.
Overstreet, a pioneer resident
who first came to Miami on Jan.
30, 1906, when the total popula-
tion of the city was only 3,500, re-
ferred briefly to his terms of ser-
vice as Dade County member of
the Florida House of Representa-
tives, explaining the duties of a
member of Congress do not
greatly differ from those of a
state legislator.
"The Congress of the United
States has just as much to do with
winning a war as has the presi-
dent," Overstreet said, pledging
his whole-hearted co-operation to
the country's efforts to speed the
production of airplanes, ships and
tanks, and the prosecution of the
war in general.
MRS. T. V. MOORE
Mrs. T. V. Moore, candidate
for the county commission seat,
district 3, emphasized that the
present emergency calls for a
business-like, efficient county ad-
ministration, one giving full co-
operation to the war effort, and
pledged herself to this aim."
A woman has two duties: one
to her home and family; the other
to her country. I have performed
my duty to my home. I am now
ready to devote my entire time
to my country in an office for
which I am well qualified.
dSuT ^uali"ed Democrat i:
afle County U eligible to
vote for
N. BLAKLEY
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PAT CANNON
Rep. Pat Cannon, candidate for
re-election, representing the 4th
district, is proud of successful ef-
forts to reopen and expand the
island city's naval basekey to
the bottlenecking Straits of Flor-
ida.
Cannon said $5,000,000 was ob-
tained to restore the Key West
naval station, abandoned by the
Republican administration in
1931, to active service before Hit-
ler marched in 1939.
Through his efforts and those
of others, said Cannon, an addi-
tional $15,000,000 worth of pro-
jects have followed in rapid suc-
cession to make Key West again
the Gibraltar of the Caribbean.
Rep. Pat Cannon pledged him-
self to continue "my fight" for a
four-lane military highway be-
tween Miami and Jacksonville;
for lower freight rates on Florida
fruit and vegetables, and to lift
restrictions on the state's sugar
production.
"My fight for adequate national
defense shall continue in the fu-
ture as it has in the past," said
Cannon. "My efforts to place
national defense, army or navy
plants in almost every county of
the 4th district have been suc-
cessful."
LEWIS C. WAGNER
Lewis C. Wagner, candidate
for County Comissioner, District
No. 2, stated, "I know every
road in that district, and I know
the people. I absolutely will not
make any promise I know I can't
fulfill, and* businessmen with
whom I have dealt for years will
verify that."
Wagner also emphasized he was
a strong advocate of rubber plant-
ing in the state. Wagner said he
especially wanted to try to make
the northwest section a defense
area, and he believes it can be
done with proper co-operation be-
cause of the many military units
moving into Dade County.
J. D. REDD
For almost 20 years J. D. Redd
has served as County Commis-
sioner from District Five and is
seeking re-election in the coming
primary. His record stands as a
monument attesting his qualifi-
cations and worthiness of re-
election., his supporters state
pointing to his keen foresight,
painstaking efforts and shrewd
economy policy in the instigation
and completion of major Dade
County projects.
During his span of office the
County Commission has met all
obligations and has not once de-
faulted. He will continue to work
for the best interest of the County
at all times.
dent Roosevelt, the commander-in
chief of the army and navy, B. F.
Paty, candidate for the fourth
congressional district seat, now
held by Rep. Pat Cannon, in an
address before voters of this area.
"In spite of many obstacles,
both at home and abroad, we are
making some progress in this
business of war, but our progress
is not satisfactory with the people
of this country," Paty declared.
"If elected to office,' he stated,
He would not be a "rubber
stamp," but would work with in-
itiative and energy to advance
the war effort."
JOSEPH B. COZATT
Joseph B. Cozatt presents him-
self as a candidate for the Legis-
lature in Group 3. Mr. Cozatt
came to Florida 31 years ago and
has resided in and has been a
tax-payer in Dade County for
more than 26 years; has had many
years of business experience and
is a practicing attorney with of-
fices in the duPont Building.
"Rigid economy must be prac-
ticed in all departments," he
stated. "The schools must be
operated for the full terms, tea-
chers salaries assured, and old
age assistance must not be ne-
glected. Exhorbitant and un-
reasonable cost in connection
with criminal arrests and prose-
cution must be reduced."
SOL HOROWITZ
Sol Horowitz, candidate for
Legislature, Group 1, believes in
a square deal for Dade County.
Selfish interests should be kept
out of the Legislature. "It may
be true,' he stated, "that the
three representatives of Dade
County cannot run the policies of
the entire State, but it is beyond
imagination why three men can-
not protect the interests of Dade
Countians. The milk, dry clean-
ing and beautician interests seem
to be capably protected. But
labor, medical, legal, dental and
mercantile interests have been
sadly neglected. Dade County is
composed of many communities
of many different interests, yet
each must be protected by pro-
per legislation. This may be ac-
complished by electing represen-
tatives who will be certain to per-
form their duties and give Dade
County a square deal.
lie Instruction from District No
2 of Dade County, Florida, was
born on a farm in Monroe Coun-
ty, Georgia, on July 19, 1891.
He served as principal of Gor-
don (Georgia) High School for
the spring term of 1919. From
"J until 1924 he practiced law
in Macon, Georgia.
He moved to Miami, Florida, in
the spring of 1924, and has prac-
ticed law here continually since
having had his office in the
y Building since October,
1926. During the past eight
years he has occupied offices
jointly with Elry Stone, a prac-
ticing attorney of the Dade Coun-
ty Bar.
For the past three year he has
been a member of District 9 (Dade
County) Welfare Board, serving
without compensation.
GEORGE S. OKELL
George S. Okell, group 3 legis-
lative candidate, pointed out
Dade's representation in the legis-
lature is but four of 136 persons,
and therefore, it is incumbent on
the county's delegation to go to
Tallahassee, united, with a com-
prehensive program and that it
maintain a solid front throughout
he would co-operate to the fullest,
the session. He gave assurances
if elected, with the colleagues
chosen with him.
Naturally as a Colonel on Gov-
ernor Holland's Staff I propose
to follow his leadership in which
he has declared that during this
emergency we must develop as
economical and efficient a pro-
cedure and program as can be
had for this State."
VAN E. BLANTON
Van E. Blanton, candidate for
Board of Public Instruction, dis-
trict No. 1, offers as qualifica-
tions for re-election; Five years
experience as member of Board
of Public Instruction Three and
one-half years Chairman of the
Board,) six years as Trustee (four
years Chairman) of Special Tax
School District No. 3, thorough
working knowledge of Dade
County's school organization. He
is a life-long resident of Florida;
home-owner and tax-payer; fa-
ther of seven children, two sons
now serving in U. S. Army.
B. F. PATY
Production of arms and other
equipment of war for the United
States and its allies is the chief
concern of the nation now, and
it is highly important that there
be unity in Congress and whole-
hearted co-operation between the
nation's law makers and Presi-
LOUIS F. MAIRE
Louis F. Maire of Fort Lauder-
oaie has served since 1927 as
states attorney under five gov-
ernors and is now serving his
fourth tenri as a candidate for
""W Fourth district. He
fa a'd- '"'understand the needs
of South Florida, the importance
of development of our sugar in-
dustry, the commercial use of our
inter-coastal waterway in barg-
ing materials in safety, and the
advantages in locating additional
industry here, and pledge my
effort towards that direction"
THOMAS S. FERGUSON
Thomas S. Ferguson, a practic-
ing attorney of Miami for 13
years and a justice of the peace
for the past ten years, is a can-
didate for the office of state at-
torney.
As justice of the peace, his
court has the record of no delay
in case trials and keeping its bus-
iness up to date. During his ten-
ure of office as peace justice.
Ferguson has tried 4,925 civil
cases, held 12.710 preliminary
I hearings in criminal cases, in
which he sat as committing mag-
istrate, has investigated and held
inquests in 713 homicide cases,
and has conducted investigations
into 965 deaths in which it was
found no inquests were neces-
sary, resulting in considerable
savings to taxpayers.
He feels that his experience
qualifies him to undertake the
duties of state's attorney.
RAYMOND J. DAVIS
Three years attache in cong-
ress with Herbert J. Drane of
Lakeland, eight years member of
board of County Commissioners
of home county, four years as
chief deputy of Motor Vehicle
Commissioner of Florida, fruit
grower and farmer, Raymond J
Davis of Hardee and DeSoto
counties, is a candidate for Rail-
road Commissioner in Group 1
He bases his qualifications on his
success of all of his undertakings.
DR. HENRY C. ARNOLD
Dr. Henry C. Arnold, chiroprac-
tor with office in the Seybold
building, is School Board Candi-
date in the May primaries for
District No. 1. He is a former
member of the Jessamine Coun-
ty- IY- board of education. Dr.
Arnold comes from a family of
educators. He is a member of
Trinity Methodist church and
came to Miami in 1925
If you want a member of the
School Board with character
abilityintegrity
and training
VOTE FOR
B.
Member of School Board
DISTRICT NO. 3
(Paid Political Adv.)
C. W. PETERS
"Our very existence,' says Mr.
Peters, will depend on frugality
in all ways of life, none the less
in State Administration to the
end that state taxes may be re-
duced so that the desperate needs
of our armed forces may be met
"Six-lane highways, not only
needed for adequate military
roads but will bring employment
to labor and millions of dollars
into circulation in this section.
"The importance of the public
health, also, cannot be emphasized
too much."
Mr. Peters is a candidate for
legislature in Group 3.
NORMAN H. BLAKLEY
Norman H. Blakley, well
known Miami attorney and form-
c* idge of the Municipal Court
of Miami, announces that he is
a candidate for the nomination
for the House of Representatives
from Dade County in Group 3
subject to the May 5th primaries
In announcing his candidacy he
issued the following statement: "I
feel that all legislation by our
state during the war period must
be based on the policy of strict
economy. That war needs and
efforts must come first; that these
be no unnecessary spending of
the public money. I believe that
taxes must be reduced to the
minimum.
"I shall assume the responsi-
bilities of the office, if elected
with no thought in mind except
the welfare of the people, and I
shall represent the people and
pledge my sincere and earnest
efforts in behalf of our county,
our state and our nation."
TROY C. DAVIS
Troy C. Davis, a candidate for
membership on the Board of Pub-
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
Dade county voters are taking
a more serious view of their fran-
chise rights than ever before, in
the opinion of County Solicitor
Rober' R- Taylor. The war has
brought home to many of them the
tact that nations face a greater
menace from within than from
without, he said.
"The people of Florida and of
Dade county are conscious of this
tact. I have taken my duties as
County Solicitor seriously. Some
voters have criticized me because
1 have not had the time to visit
each of them personally, but that
is impossible. It is a man-sized
job to run the office of County
Solicitor, and its does not leave
time for visiting. I hope each of
you will remember this when you
go to the polls Tuesday. Bob
iaylor has kept his promise that
he would give you fair and hon-
est administration of the office."
RUSSELL F. HAND
Russell F. Hand, resident of
Miami for 42 years and now
serving his fourth year as mem-
ber of the Dade County School
Board, is a candidate for re-elec-
8 from School District No. 2.
I have served the school sys-
tem of Dade county for more
tnan seven years," he said.
"During my term of office
close co-operation between mem-
bers of the board and the super-
intendent's office has resulted in
many favorable improvements be-
ing made in the system, including
more effiicent methods of record
keeping, and a wider distribution
of school board purchases so as
to spread the business to as many
merchants as possible.
"I am running for re-election
on the record we have made as
members of the board, and on my
own ability and experience which
I feel has been of reasonable
value to the school system."

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PAGE EIGHT
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
were Germans," he replied .
"But they were alive How
. in Miami. Florida
AMbJWZ
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Por Rest, Convalescent. Chronic
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Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff
Resident Physician. Complete Physical
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Grounds. Sports. Recreations.
A. W. ELLIS. Pres.
J. W. PLATIN. M D Med. Dlr.
1SS 8. W. SOth Court. Miami. Florida
could you leave living men to
drown in the sea?" W"11'
conceded the fisherman, one or
them did say they were alive
but you know how those Nazis
lie" Then there's the one
which Leonard Lyons says he
got via the grapevine from Hol-
land, about the group of faith-
ful Netherlander who began to
greet one another in the streets
by raising their hands and shout-
ing "Heil Rembrandtl'.- The
greeting soon was being shouted
at meetings and in the market
places and wherever the people
of Amsterdam would assemble
. The Gestapo, puzzled by the
prevalence of the "Heil Rem-
brandt" salute, finally collared a
Dutchman and asked him how
come "It's very simple, the
Hollander told them, "Were
simply following the German ex-
ample ... We heil our best pain-
ter, the way you do yours" .
And from France, where "le val
means "the valley," we get the
following lesson in French gram-
mar "What's the difference
between 'le val' and Laval,' a
teacher asked his class ..." 'Le
val."' replied the bright pupil,
"simply means a low placebut
Laval' means the lowest depths
imaginable" .
"STAY THRU MAY"
Miami Conservatory
1737 N. Bayshore Drive Ph. 2-5835
it Ask Your Friends And
Neighbors to Vote For .
SOL D.
HOROWITZ
Group 1 -- Legislature
(raid Political Advertisement by Friends)
LET'S KEEP
ON THE JOB!
He has shown the enemies of society in
Dade and Monroe Counties that they
can't get away with murder and pillage
here. He is the only able, experienced,
professional prosecutor of criminals who
is a candidate for State Attorney and
whose record in successfully handling
hundreds of criminal cases PROVES his
ability. Let's keep him at the task he has
performed so brilliantly. By doing se w
will help to preserve at home the law.
order and decency for which so many of
our boys will be fighting abroad I
RE-ELECT
G. A. WORLEY
STATE
ATTORNEY
(Political AdililmcalPud Fna4>
Piecesjrf Hate
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
izers, sent Miller an elaborate
bouquet of flowers. (
Poe McWilliams, violent Jew
Hater and devout discipleofHit-
leri^m has been discovered in
Chicago working for the Midwest
Monetary Federation Seated*"
127 N. Dearborn Street, Joey
claims he has been retained to
eive a series of lectures on tnc
art of public speaking by the
Federation. The lectures are held
on Tuesday night. At the last
session, McWilliams glowingly
told of his many experiences
speaking to 'thousands on street
corners and in halls in New York.
The purpose of these lectures, as
was stated by McWilliams. is to
train future leaders who will be
able to take the proper steps and
make themselves articulate when
the holocaust of war disappears.
In the meantime, Joey's friends in
New York have changed the
name of the Christian Mobihzers
to the "Silver Moon Club" in the
hope of side-tracking publicity
and governmental investigations.
Gerald L. K. Smith, who heads
a committee of one million, in-
augurated the publication of a
new monthly magazine entitled
"The Cross and the Flag" to sell
at 25c per copy. Ostensibly pro-
American, it is violently isola-
tionist and attaches the commun-
ist label liberally to responsible
public officials. Smith, when in-
terviewed in Detroit, stated that
his friends wanted to start such
a magazine. He further asserted
that the people of Detroit are op-
posed to conscriptive mobiliza-
tion, but though willing to sacri-
fice for America do not want to
"unite with Britain or the set of
flying trapeze Reds who jump
across here from the Russian
front." Smith has just announced
that he intends running for the
U. S. Senate and will "campaign
on the issue of Father Coughlin."
*
A. Hochscheid, former presi-
dent of the German-American
Bund of Portland, Ore. and edi-
tor of the ardently pro-Nazi for-
eign language German news-
paper, the "Nachrichten" con-
tinues to write, this time as co-1
editor of the "American-Herold"
published in Winona, Minn.
Hochscheid continues, albeit more
subtly, with his pro-Nazi and
anti- government propaganda.
One of the techniques employed
is to quote the defeatist state-
ments of the various anti-admini-
stration isolationist representa-
tives and then benignly add that
it is hoped the Ally situation is
not as bad as painted.
*
The other editor of the paper
is F. Schmidt, a member of the
Friends of New Germany which
was originally the name of the
Bund. The entire sheet is re-
plete with poisonous darts. One
of their writers, for example,
states in the April 1st issue "To-
day, after all it does not matter,
at least now, how we get into this
war. The main thing is how we
get out of it. and we have got
to be victorious." Other persons
affiliated with this sheet are Wag-
ner of St. Louis. Mo.. Walter
Knippcl of Sheboygan. Wis.. Hans
Reichel of Chicago and Kurt Mer-
tig of New York. All of the men
are well-known as exponents of
Hitlerism.
The Grand Jury in Detroit has
voted indictments against Parker
Sage's un-American "National
Worker's League," If action
against this group is successful,
it will put out of existence one
of the most corroding forces pre-
sently operating in America. Sage
has been intimately connected
with German Bund activities in
Detroit, having spoken at many
of their rallies. He was expelled
from the United Automobile
Worker's Union on charges of be-
ing a labor spy. He was also as-
sociated with the infamous Black
Legion. When the Dies Commit-
tee raided his home on January
7th, 1942, more than $1,200 in
brand new bills was found hidden
in the house. Also associated
with Sage is William Lyman, Jr.,
presently subpoenaed before the
Grand Jury in Washington con-
ducting investigations in subver-
sive activities.
FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1942
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-0 8 2 8
ELECT
JOHN D. NOBLE
FULL TIME
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 1
Eighteen Years in Dade County.
Veteran of World War No. 1.
2 Years Director of Miami Realty Board.
l Year Chairman of Board's Zomng Committee.
3 Years Chairman of Dade County Zoning Board of
Adjustment.
SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. MAY 5th. 1942
(Paid Political Adv
FOR
SUPREME COURT
ELECT
JUDGE H. L. (TOM)
SEBRING
HIS JUDICIAL RECORD WAR
RANTS HIS PRO-
MOTION NOW
(Paid Political Adv
VOTE FOR
BARNEY COHEN
CANDIDATE
CONGRESSMAN-AT-LARGE
Subject to Democratic Primary
PLATFORM
[ 1. Speedy, victorious prosecution
of war.
I 2. Outlaw by Legislation strikes
and lockouts in War Indus-
tries, Transportation and Com-
munication, for the duration
with a limitation of profits on
war contracts.
1 3. Preservation of American Con-
stitutional Government.
4. Elimination of waste.
5. Mobilization of all resources
for the War Effort.
6. Extermination of all Fifth Col-
umn activities.
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE
GRACIOUSLY APPRECIATED
(Paid Political Adl
RE-ELECT
J. D. "Jim" REDD
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 5
MY SERVICES TO YOU SHOW RESULTS
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
YOUR CONTINUED VOTE AND SUPPORT
WILL BE APPRECIATED
(Paid Politic*! Adv.)


FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
+Jewistincridrian
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenua
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0408
2263 S. W. 21at Terraca
Services
Mornings, 7 and 8:30; Satur-
day. 7 and 9 a. m. Evenings, 7:30
and 8 o'clock. Shalosh S'oodoss,
Saturdays at 7:45 p. m. Rabbi
Mi'm heloff will preach on the
portion of the week.
Junior Service*
Special synagogue services for
young people are held each Sat-
urday at 9 a. m. All children
voung men and women are cor-
dially invited.
Minnionaires
Boys over thirteen are welcome
to attend the Minnionaire ser-
Thee & iaCil Sunday at 9 am.
Ji h^tefrh?lservcs a commun
al breakfast thereafter.
Sermon
*abi Mcscheloff will preach
this Saturday on the subject
i2&S Cantor Mmches will
chant the services.
Sisterhood Meeting
Our Sisterhood will hold its
monthly meeting this Monday
afternoon at 1 p. m. in our syna-
gogue. An interesting program
has been prepared which will in-
clude prolessional entertainment,
our rabbi and cantor, and an in-
vocation by Mrs. Mescheloff.
Officers for the new year will
be elected at this meeting. Re-
freshments will be served A re-
port on our April Sisterhood card
party will be tendered. All wo-
men are urged to come.
School Outing
Our Religious School will cel-
ebrate Lag B'Orner with a chil-
dren s outing this Tuesday after-
noon. All children in attendance
in any of our school classes are
PAGE NINE
ELECT
YOUR FRIEND
GEORGE S. OKELL
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP THREE
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Appreciated
(Paid Political Advertisement by Friends)
RE-ELECT
CHARLES H. CRANDON
T O T H E
invited A chartered bus will
wfthVh s,ynagogue at 3:45 p. m.
with the children under the care
o our teachers. They will be
? .LLn m,llk,and cookies on arrival
at the Matheson Hammock picnic
grounds. They will take part in
games, athletic contests, songs,
etc. Awards will be given to
JSSSSSAour Parem Tcachcrs'
Children will be under the care
of our faculty at all times, and
will be returned by bus to our
?.??tg0gUC a.t 7:3 p- m- Children
must record at our office their
w!u1'00 of -joining in this out-
ing by Monday afternoon.
Mizrachi Picnic
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
conduct its annual Lag B'Orner
picnic this Tuesday at the Math-
eson Hammock picnic grounds.
Chartered buses will pick up
members and gueste at the syna-
gogue and at 9th Street and
Washington Avenue at 9:45 a
m and at the half hour after that
till noon. An enjoyable program
has been arranged for the day.
Lunch and refreshments will be
distributed on the grounds. Tick-
ets must be obtained in advance
and can be had at our synagogue
office.
Graduation Exercises
The graduation exercises of our
Religious School will be held
Sunday, May 17th at 8 p. m. in
our synagogue building. An elab-
orate and impressive program is
being worked on. Our graduates,
members of our school, our glee
club, and members of our alumni
will take part in the program.
Awards and honors will be dis-
tributed. Refreshments will be
served by the graduates' mothers.
The affair will be free and open
to the public.
Habanoth
A record attendance was had
at this week's meeting of our Ha-
banoth at the home of Mrs.
Mescheloff. Mrs. Anne Slotsky
led in the playing of games after
the regular meeting. Our next
meeting will be held Tuesday at
7:30 at the same place. Girls be-
tween the ages of 12 and 15 can
apply for membership.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabath services Friday at 8 p
m. Sermon subject, "Shangri-La."
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m. Youth Club, 11:30 a. m.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Dan-
iel Richter, 1233 N. Rio Vista
Blvd.
Sewing session for the Red
Cross, British War Relief Society,
Bundles for America, etc. Tues-
day from 1 to 5 p. m.
A Liberal Synagogue serving
Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and
Broward County, Florida.
"STAY THRU MAY"
SCHREIBER BAIT &
TACKLE SHOP
517 Weit Avenue
Ph. 5-1923
I WANT MY MILK
LEGAL NOTICES
County Commission
He has brought to the Board a dignified,
honest and businesslike administration of its
affairs.
As Chairman of the Committee to Defend
America, for two years, he fought day and
night in support of the Administration, and in
combating un-American activities.
(Paid for by Charles H. Crandon)
B. F. PATY
FOR
Congress
FOURTH DISTRICT
An aggressive prosecution of 1
the war. both by attack and I
aetense, may be accomplished
Y maximum capacity produc-
h,ch may a"aned by
n an out cooperative effort
y 8ii.
Our Financial policy should
" such as to eliminate all un-
necessary public spending and
Prevent any profiteering.
F,'a.n,s,established in South
ib, fr ,he Pr>d"ction of
nrf ?' canmn3 of vegetables
natne lilee are needed to help
hU iur !"iutary forces. If
govern n ,s agreeable to the
CmS% il nat'ally fol-
ratl at ,the excessive freight
gh which Florida pay. will
her,aJaetde,n a PMit* With
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Ih hereby given that the un-
dersigned, purHuant to Chapter 2095S,
l-iw.s ot Florida. 1941, will register
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Daile County. Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the name of '"LION
TRAPINO COMPANY."
WI1J.IAM H. GRONER, Owner
4/17-24 5/1-S-lj
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
LEON ELKIN
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biggest
ButBiggest Because Best


And Be Sure It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
BOB TAYLOR
YOUR COUNTY SOLICITOR
will be in your neighborhood dur-
ing this campaign, and hopes to
talk to each of you. If time does
not permit his seeing you per-
sonally. Bob wants you to know
he appreciates your support, past
and future.
HE-ELEC T
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I. M. Grossman Is engaged In business
under the fictitious name of ZION
FOOD (ENTERVEGETABLE DE-
PARTMENT at 1429 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to
register said fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
I. M. GROSSMAN
GEORGE CHERTKOF S'e W"*P
Attorney for Applicant
4/17-24 i/l-S-15
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
(This adv. paid for by "Taylor for Solicitor Committee,1
G. L. Qruw, chairman
LEWIS C. WAGNER
CANDIDATE FOR
County Commissioner
DISTRICT 2
PLEDGESIF ELECTED. TO FOSTER AN EFFORT
TO INDUSTRIALIZE SOME OF THE OUTLYING
SECTIONS OF DADE COUNTY, AND WILL PUT
FORWARD EVERY EFFORT TO ATTRACT AND
OBTAIN INDUSTRIES THAT WILL BRING A
"YEAR-ROUND" PAYROLL TO DADE COUNTY.
,YP,V?tVOTES FOR LEWIS C. WAGNER MEAN
PAYROLLS FOR DADE COUNTY ELECT
LEWIS C. WAGNER COUNTY-WIDE POLL. FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Paid Political A.w.
S&WW&Z&d c.lebrat.d, fail-
going smooth-riding stroamlinor
THE SILVER METEOR
/s^ ofCbmtef
The Silver Meteor leaves
Miami daily at 9:35 A.M.
Makes NewYork in 25 hours. Modern
Pullman sleeping cars, luxuriously
appointed reclining-seat coaches.
Fine dining service. Three lounge
cars. Air-conditioned throughout.
Triple-noil Diesel-electric locomo-
tives. Reservationi MUST he made
in advance.
( '
(Paid Political Adv.)
Contufc...
#
tKktt tfMt *r T. W. LUCKITT. A.IP.A.
173 E. Flatter St, MM. FtorMa. Itl. 3-J3S1
GO MODERN!
GO SEABOARD!
I
FOR THE WELFARE OF YOUR PUBLIC SCHOOLSRE-ELECT
Russell F. Hand
MEMBER
Board of
Public
Instruction
DISTRICT NO. 2
Running for Re-Election on
my record of more than sev-
en years active service in
the Dade County School
System, and the continua-
tion of a sound, efficient
non-political business ad-
ministration.


J>
PAGE TEN
*Jenistncridlai]_
FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942
FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR
Boxerman /*^^
to ^T^H^f
JK^
Lest We Forget
Miami Beach's own WKAT
is presenting a new radio
program dramatizing men and
events in American history as
a regular Wednesday evening
ire at 3:45 p. m. One of
the best programs on the air. it is
titled: "Lest ''' Forget Our Con-
stitution" ... It is the fourth in
. s of "Lest We F
programs which have been broad-
cast for the past two years over
1450 radio stations and used in
'over 1.000 school systems
throughout the country.
Lest We Forget" tells the true
stories of the men whose vision ^
and persistence made possible
our democratic government I
It seeks to meet a popular de-
mand for programs on our na-
tion's foundations, to refresh our
I minds on the rights and duties
of citizens, to insure deeper un-
l derstanding and appreciation ot
' democratic procedures and above
all. to develop national strength
, through a sense of unity.
Miami Jewish men and women,
boys and girls, will find "Lest
i We Forget" well worth hearing
1 and should tell others to listen
to it too WKAT should be
I deluged with letters of congratu-
lations from listeners for its pub-
1 lie spirited action in presenting
programs like "Lest We Forget. .
History in the Making
The Miami ADL office now is
cathering material from which it
1 clans to prepare a history of the
Miami Jewish community .
.Much of the data is being col-
lected by means of personal inter-
views with early Miami Jewish
community leaders Other
data is being gleaned from the
i minutes of various organizations.'
early letters and other docu-
ments Already interviewed j
ve been Daniel Cromer. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Plant, Harry
I. Magid, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan
. Anyone with papers or per-
sonal reminiscences who can
throw light on the early founda-
ions of the Miami Jewish corn-
mun.tv should contact the local
^ys^tne Armed Services
Nazi propagandists and would-
be American fuehrers have been
sDreading the lie that the Jews
Parted this war (not Hitler).and
are letting everybody else do the
fighting We have been gath-
ering material incessantly to dis-
prove this canard and despite dif-
ficulties of collecting such infor-
mation with a high degree of ac-
curacy, we have been able to get
sufficient facts to show that Jew-
ish boys are doing their full share
in the war effortif not far
more We have already told ]
about the high percentage of Jew-
ish bovs among the first ,d fliers,
to be decorated with the Distin-
guished Flying Cross for valor.
Now we learn that among St.
Petersburg bovs serving in the
armed fores. 14 are Jewish, two
of them refugees, and that among
St. Augustine boys in the armed
forces, also 14 are Jewish .
According to the latest available
American Jewish committee po-
pulation figures. St. Petersburg
has about 500 Jewish residents
and St. Augustine. 250 .. In
short, five and one-half percent
of St Augustine's Jewish popula-
tion and two and three-fourths
OCTcent of St. Petersburg's Jew-
ish population are in the armed
forces.
These percentages are probably
much higher, since all the names
of Jewish boys serving their
country were not obtained ... .
Of the entire U. S. population
of some 140,000.000. about 3 -
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navy and marines or slightly
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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
;415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DH. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
+Jewisi Hrihtr
PAGE ELEVEN
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
______ 9 A. M.
______S P. M.
Saturday
Oneg Shabbat
Sabbath Services
Kindling of the Sabbath lights
at 7 p. m. Sunset services at 7:30
p. m. At the lecture song ser-
vices on Friday at 8 p. m. Mr.
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315 N. W. 9th Ave.
Ph. 2-4445
William I. Boxerman, Florida
director of .the Anti-Defamation
League, win speak on the sub-
ject, "Divide and Rule." Dr
Samuel Bension and Cantor Jo-
sef S. Lengyel will officiate and
direct the Jewish Center Choir
with the assistance of Miss Edith
Freeman. On Saturday morning
at 10:30 Dr. Bension will preach
on the scriptura. portion and the
bar mitzvahs of Jerry Hirsch and
Jerry Eisenstark will be cele-
brated. The children's choir will
officiate. At 6 p. m. the chapter
from the "Ethics of the Fathers"
will be expounded and at 7 p. m.
the oneg shabbos will be spread.
Daily services are now held at
8 a. m. and at 7 p. m.
Rabbi Zwitman Addresses
Sisterhood
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
Rabbi of Temple Israel, was the
guest speaker at the Open Mem-
bership Meeting of the Sisterhood
on last Tuesday night at the Cen-
ter Auditorium. Members of the
Center, of the Men's Club and of
the Senior League were in attend-
ance as special guests of the oc-
casion. An interesting musical
programme was enjoyed by all
and a social hour followed the
gathering. A vote of apprecia-
tion was tendered to Rabbi Zwit-
man for his interesting and bril-
liant address.
Center Opens Recreation Room
For Men In Uniform
The Center has already opened
its facilities as a recreation center
for the men in uniform. The
social room has been equipped
with a music box. several radio
sets, a ping-pong table, books
and magazines and a variety of
games. The Center recreation
room is open daily except on the
Sabbath from 6 to 10 p. m. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin is chairman of the
hostesses committee. On Satur-
day nights dances are given by
the Social Center League with
the cooperation of the Sisterhood,
Mrs. Ben Marbach, chairman of
hostesses. Several hundred men
have already registered in our
guest book and almost one hun-
dred guest cards have been issued
to young ladies in the community
who serve as hostesses.
Honor Roll
The following names will be
placed on the Honor Roll of the
New Recreation Hall for having
contributed one hundred dollars
apiece to make possible the erec-
tion of the Hall: Mr. R. Pike. Mr.
Irving Cohn. Mr. B. H. Bern-
stein, Mrs. Morris Schneider. Mr.
Morris Newman. Mr. Philip Hoff-
berg and Mr. Julius Israel.
Carnival On May 24th
A vote of thanks was accorded
to the American Legion for per-
mitting the Center the facilities
of its building on Alton and Lin-
coln Roads for the Annual Dance
and Carnival which is to be given
by the Center and its affiliated
organizations on Sunday evening,
May 24th. The Center, the Sis-
terhood, the Men's Club, the Sen-
ior League and the Social Center
League have all merged their
efforts for the combined affair
which promises to be the Social
Event of the Season on the
Beach. The general chairman is
Leo Robinson. The committee
meets on Monday nights and will
welcome the cooperation of all
men and women in the commun-
ity.
Confirmation Day Set
At a meeting of the parents of
the confirmants held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hankoff last
Tuesday evening the date of the
confirmation was definitely set
at Friday night, May 22nd at the
Center Auditorium. A beautiful
and elaborate ritual is being
arranged by Mrs. Leon Spitz
and Molka Reich. The Religious
School board has also decided
to hold promotion exercises on
Sunday morning. May 24th and
an outing on Sunday, May 31st.
Detailed plans will be announced
soon.
New Members Welcomed
The Center welcomes Mrs. I.
Newman, Meyer Milgrim and
Max Cantor into its membership.
Mrs. Becky Yager has joined the
Sisterhood.
Condolence
Our condolence to the family
of the late Max Kasselman, a
member of our Center, who has
passed away and was interred at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery on April 23rd.
Best Wishes
Our best wishes for a speedy
recovery to the following: I.
Robert Isaacs, Mayer Billowitz
and Louis Syrup.
Center Notes
Dr. Samuel Bension was the
speaker at the Tarbuth Ivrith
last Sunday afternoon. Rabbi
Zwitman presided. Rabbi Leon
Spitz, Joseph M. Rose Miriam
Sirkin. Joseph A. Berman, Har-
old Turk and Leo Eisenstein were
named by the Jewish Federation
to a committee which will study
communal recreational activities.
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FRIDAY, MAY 1,
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1S7 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPI,AN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
SB 94 Indian Creek Drive8-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
400 IjiOorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone S-17S8
R.ibbl Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish coBimunltv. or your personal
problems. Tou will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
aeedleas to aay, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
will be conducted by Rabbi Co.- | cta rf t^year ^ffg**
theme, "The Journey of Lite.
Fifteen confirmands will discuss
this theme in its various aspects
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening. May 1st. 8:15
o'clock, guest speaker will be Lt.
Chaplain D. W. Isaac, chaplain
of the Officers' Candidate School
of U. S. Army Air Force, whose
subject will be "Religion and the
Men in the Service." Services
man A. Zwitman.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, May 2nd at
11 o'clock, congregational partic-
ipation, Torah reading and inter-
pretation of Biblical Portion by
Rabbi Zwitman.
Sisterhood Installation
Sisterhood members and their
friends will gather to celebrate
the installation of their new of-
ficers for the coming year, at a
most festive luncheon to be pre-
pared by a Sisterhood commit-
tee, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs.
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president
of the Sisterhood, has announced
that a special cultural and en-
tertainment program will be pre-
sented with Mrs. Max Steuer as
program chairman. Mrs. E. Max
Goldstein will act as toastmistress
and Mrs. Ed Lovitz as installing
officer.
Mrs. Harold Turk will present
a varied program of dramatic and
humorous skits, and the featured
vocalist for the afternoon will be
Bob Lear.
Reservations for this important
occasion are obtainable by call-
ing Mrs. Jacobs or any of the
members of her committee. The
tariff for this luncheon is 75c per
person. A record attendance is
expected as an expression of sup-
port of the members of the Sis-
terhood, to the consecrated work
of their organization.
Confirmation Class
Members of the confirmation
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A reception, in honor of me
confirmands. will be tendered by
their parents, in Kaplan Hall, al-
ter the confirmation exercises
Confirmation services will be
held on Thursday evening, May
21st at 7:30 o'clock.
Rehearsals for confirmation are
now taking place on Saturday-
mornings and on Tuesday and
Wednesday afternoons at the
Temple, under the direction of
Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the
confirmation class are urged to
attend all rehearsals.
Notes
Among last week's speaking
engagements of Rabbi Zwitman
were addresses at the Knights of
Columbus, the North Miami Con-
gregational Church and the Mi-
ami Round Table over WIOD un-
der sponsorship of National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Joseph Hol-
lender. father of Dr. A. R. Hol-
lendcr; Samuel Merson, husband
of Mrs. Bertha Merson and fath-
er of Mrs. Frank A. Perlman;
Louis Ncwland, father of Mrs.
Jules Gillette: Sender Feder-
bush, father of Mrs. Mortimer E.
Wien.
Yahrzeiti
Louis Kaplan, father of Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Leo
Stein; Rose Liebling, mother of
Norman Liebling; Lena William-
son, mother of Joseph William-
son and Mrs. Melvin Goldstrom.
Floral offering last week pre-
sented in memory of Minnie Men-
delson.
Gifts to the Temple, in memory
of their departed, were contri-
buted by Mrs. Bertha B. Levy,
Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien. Mrs.
Bertha Federbush and Miss Mal-
vine Stern.
CONGREGATION
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(Miami's Pioneer Orurregatlon)
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Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phono 2-1473
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Permanent Calendar
Daily Services____......_. 8:00 a. m.
Evening Services_____7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning______ 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning....... 8:00 a.m.
Sunday School Calendar
Final examinations of all Sun-
day School classes will be held
this Sunday morning.
A "Mother's Day" program is
being arranged for Sunday, May
10th by Mrs. Jack Somberg. This
program will be presented by the
1942
students of the dramatic club
Closing exercises and 1
awards will take place Sun?*
morning, May 17thP ** 3?
mation exercises that sameTJT
rung The confirmants
written original essays summit
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Jewish Ideals m War M
Details of the program wfflt
announced later. w
Students' Sunday School picnic
will be held at Mattheson Ham-
mock all day Sunday, May 24th
This picnic is ror the students nf
Beth David only. nts of
Junior Congregational Service.
Members of the Junior Conere
gation will conduct their services
Saturday morning at 1030
Bar Mitrvah
During the early services next
Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock
Irwin, the son of Mr. and Mrs'
Harry Schragaa will become bar
mitzvah.
Sisterhood Board Meeting
At a board meeting called for
this Monday evening, May 4th
at 8 at Beth David Talmud Torah'
Mrs. Isador Fine, president, and
her committee, hope to formulate
final plans for the installation
luncheon to be held at Beth Da.
vid auditorium, Wednesday af-
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As this will be the final board
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FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER ;415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DH. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach +Jewis§i Hrihtr PAGE ELEVEN Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. 9 A. M. S P. M. Saturday Oneg Shabbat Sabbath Services Kindling of the Sabbath lights at 7 p. m. Sunset services at 7:30 p. m. At the lecture song services on Friday at 8 p. m. Mr. "STAY THRU MAY" AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE CO. 315 N. W. 9th Ave. Ph. 2-4445 William I. Boxerman, Florida director of .the Anti-Defamation League, win speak on the subject, "Divide and Rule." Dr Samuel Bension and Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate and direct the Jewish Center Choir with the assistance of Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning at 10:30 Dr. Bension will preach on the scriptura. portion and the bar mitzvahs of Jerry Hirsch and Jerry Eisenstark will be celebrated. The children's choir will officiate. At 6 p. m. the chapter from the "Ethics of the Fathers" will be expounded and at 7 p. m. the oneg shabbos will be spread. Daily services are now held at 8 a. m. and at 7 p. m. Rabbi Zwitman Addresses Sisterhood Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Rabbi of Temple Israel, was the guest speaker at the Open Membership Meeting of the Sisterhood on last Tuesday night at the Center Auditorium. Members of the Center, of the Men's Club and of the Senior League were in attendance as special guests of the occasion. An interesting musical programme was enjoyed by all and a social hour followed the gathering. A vote of appreciation was tendered to Rabbi Zwitman for his interesting and brilliant address. Center Opens Recreation Room For Men In Uniform The Center has already opened its facilities as a recreation center for the men in uniform. The social room has been equipped with a music box. several radio sets, a ping-pong table, books and magazines and a variety of games. The Center recreation room is open daily except on the Sabbath from 6 to 10 p. m. Mrs. Milton Sirkin is chairman of the hostesses committee. On Saturday nights dances are given by the Social Center League with the cooperation of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Ben Marbach, chairman of hostesses. Several hundred men have already registered in our guest book and almost one hundred guest cards have been issued to young ladies in the community who serve as hostesses. Honor Roll The following names will be placed on the Honor Roll of the New Recreation Hall for having contributed one hundred dollars apiece to make possible the erection of the Hall: Mr. R. Pike. Mr. Irving Cohn. Mr. B. H. Bernstein, Mrs. Morris Schneider. Mr. Morris Newman. Mr. Philip Hoffberg and Mr. Julius Israel. Carnival On May 24th A vote of thanks was accorded to the American Legion for permitting the Center the facilities of its building on Alton and Lincoln Roads for the Annual Dance and Carnival which is to be given by the Center and its affiliated organizations on Sunday evening, May 24th. The Center, the Sisterhood, the Men's Club, the Senior League and the Social Center League have all merged their efforts for the combined affair which promises to be the Social Event of the Season on the Beach. The general chairman is Leo Robinson. The committee meets on Monday nights and will welcome the cooperation of all men and women in the community. Confirmation Day Set At a meeting of the parents of the confirmants held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hankoff last Tuesday evening the date of the confirmation was definitely set at Friday night, May 22nd at the Center Auditorium. A beautiful and elaborate ritual is being arranged by Mrs. Leon Spitz and Molka Reich. The Religious School board has also decided to hold promotion exercises on Sunday morning. May 24th and an outing on Sunday, May 31st. Detailed plans will be announced soon. New Members Welcomed The Center welcomes Mrs. I. Newman, Meyer Milgrim and Max Cantor into its membership. Mrs. Becky Yager has joined the Sisterhood. Condolence Our condolence to the family of the late Max Kasselman, a member of our Center, who has passed away and was interred at Mt. Nebo Cemetery on April 23rd. Best Wishes Our best wishes for a speedy recovery to the following: I. Robert Isaacs, Mayer Billowitz and Louis Syrup. Center Notes Dr. Samuel Bension was the speaker at the Tarbuth Ivrith last Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Zwitman presided. Rabbi Leon Spitz, Joseph M. Rose Miriam Sirkin. Joseph A. Berman, Harold Turk and Leo Eisenstein were named by the Jewish Federation to a committee which will study communal recreational activities. Buy War Bonds and Stamps SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR SALES, Inc. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jewish fkridiw FRIDAY, MAY 1, TEMPLE ISRAEL 1S7 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPI,AN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus SB 94 Indian Creek Drive—8-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN •400 IjiOorce Drive Miami Beach Phone S-17S8 R.ibbl Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish coBimunltv. or your personal problems. Tou will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. aeedleas to aay, each matter will be held In strict confidence. will be conducted by Rabbi Co.| cta rf t^year ^ffg** theme, "The Journey of Lite. Fifteen confirmands will discuss this theme in its various aspects Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening. May 1st. 8:15 o'clock, guest speaker will be Lt. Chaplain D. W. Isaac, chaplain of the Officers' Candidate School of U. S. Army Air Force, whose subject will be "Religion and the Men in the Service." Services man A. Zwitman. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, May 2nd at 11 o'clock, congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of Biblical Portion by Rabbi Zwitman. Sisterhood Installation Sisterhood members and their friends will gather to celebrate the installation of their new officers for the coming year, at a most festive luncheon to be prepared by a Sisterhood committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president of the Sisterhood, has announced that a special cultural and entertainment program will be presented with Mrs. Max Steuer as program chairman. Mrs. E. Max Goldstein will act as toastmistress and Mrs. Ed Lovitz as installing officer. Mrs. Harold Turk will present a varied program of dramatic and humorous skits, and the featured vocalist for the afternoon will be Bob Lear. Reservations for this important occasion are obtainable by calling Mrs. Jacobs or any of the members of her committee. The tariff for this luncheon is 75c per person. A record attendance is expected as an expression of support of the members of the Sisterhood, to the consecrated work of their organization. Confirmation Class Members of the confirmation fUCIS (flillZ) GOflDOIl CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATURE. GROUP ONE (ABILITY^EXPERIENCE—MATURE JUDGMENT) HIS PLEDGE: To support all legislation designed to aid our war effort and curtailing state expenditures beyond indispensable and necessary activities. (Paid Political Adv.) HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN *—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone, MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor 1 GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There It No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK % _~* UNCLE S. 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FounUr relating to the Jewish faith, while thirteen members ot tnc class will conduet the services, lead in the floral offering, and read the Torah. A reception, in honor of me confirmands. will be tendered by their parents, in Kaplan Hall, alter the confirmation exercises Confirmation services will be held on Thursday evening, May 21st at 7:30 o'clock. Rehearsals for confirmation are now taking place on Saturdaymornings and on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons at the Temple, under the direction of Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the confirmation class are urged to attend all rehearsals. Notes Among last week's speaking engagements of Rabbi Zwitman were addresses at the Knights of Columbus, the North Miami Congregational Church and the Miami Round Table over WIOD under sponsorship of National Conference of Christians and Jews. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Joseph Hollender. father of Dr. A. R. Hollendcr; Samuel Merson, husband of Mrs. Bertha Merson and father of Mrs. Frank A. Perlman; Louis Ncwland, father of Mrs. Jules Gillette: Sender Federbush, father of Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien. Yahrzeiti Louis Kaplan, father of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Leo Stein; Rose Liebling, mother of Norman Liebling; Lena Williamson, mother of Joseph Williamson and Mrs. Melvin Goldstrom. Floral offering last week presented in memory of Minnie Mendelson. Gifts to the Temple, in memory of their departed, were contributed by Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien. Mrs. Bertha Federbush and Miss Malvine Stern. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Orurregatlon) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phono 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 B. Vf. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 Buy War Bonds and Stamps Louis F. Maire CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Solicits Your Vote and Support DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5. 1942 Paid Political Adv, Permanent Calendar Daily Services _. 8:00 a. m. Evening Services 7:00 p. m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning — 8:00 a.m. Sunday School Calendar Final examinations of all Sunday School classes will be held this Sunday morning. A "Mother's Day" program is being arranged for Sunday, May 10th by Mrs. Jack Somberg. This program will be presented by the 1942 students of the dramatic club Closing exercises and 1 awards will take place Sun?* morning, May 17th P *„* 3? mation exercises that sameTJT rung The confirmants ££ written original essays summit up the thought of '* Jewish Ideals m War M Details of the program wfflt announced later. w Students' Sunday School picnic will be held at Mattheson Hammock all day Sunday, M ay 24th This picnic is ror the students nf Beth David only. nts of Junior Congregational Service. Members of the Junior Conere gation will conduct their services Saturday morning at 1030 Bar Mitrvah During the early services next Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock Irwin, the son of Mr. and Mrs' Harry Schragaa will become bar mitzvah. Sisterhood Board Meeting At a board meeting called for this Monday evening, May 4th at 8 at Beth David Talmud Torah' Mrs. Isador Fine, president, and her committee, hope to formulate final plans for the installation luncheon to be held at Beth Da. vid auditorium, Wednesday afternoon. May 20th. As this will be the final board meeting for this term, Mrs. Fine will greatly appreciate the attendance of all officers, members of the executive board and chairmen of committees. For Representative JOSEPH B. COZATT Group 3 Cozatt Will Not Betray Your Confidence Paid Political A Iv 7*3 RESTORE DIGNITY TO A HIGH COUNTY OFFICE AND ELECT Mrs. T. V. 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PAGE TWO +Je*lstncrkHail FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942 Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adelman left Miami for Tampa where they will make their home. • • • Phillip Semoure, son of Mrs. Ida Optner, left last Thursday for Key West where he will serve as a member of the U. S. Navy. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Greenstein, Augusta, Ga., are in Miami for a short stay visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller. • • • Mrs. Anna Levine. together with Mrs. Ornstein and son Billy returned to New York after visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, their daughter and sister. • • • The annual award of the University of Miami for student playwrights was won this year by Miss Gene Greenfeld and Miss Dorothy Ann Levin. Their plays will be produced by the University students. • • • Irwin Zuekermandcl, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Zuekermandcl of Brunswick, N. J. who is residing with his aunt, Mrs. Celia Auslandcr. won first prize in the Junior Hiyh division of the Cancer Prevention Poster Contest sponsored by the Pilot Club. He is a ftudent at Ada Merilt. Warren Wepman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wepman, will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel, May 8th. A reception will follow in Kaplan Hall. • • %  Ernest Rindom, son of Mrs. Mary Rindom. will be Bar Mitzvah at services at Temple Israel, Saturday morning at 11:00. Rabbi Colman Zwitman will officiate. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— NAT BLUMBERG Treasurer of the Y. M. H. A. and active in the arrangements for the 9th Annual Bazaar and Dance at the "Y", Saturday night and all clay Sunday. May 2nd and 3rd. The meeting of the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami was held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Minnie Weiner. • • • i. The Workmen's Circle Branch 692 of Greater Miami will hold a "May Festival" Sunday evening in the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. An Oncg Shabot will be held Friday at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. L. Marcus, 828 3rd Street. Sponsored by the Pioneer Women's Organization, No. 2. • • • Mrs. Sarah Schwartz and Mrs. Pauline Kolinberg were hostesses at a dinner and card party for the benefit of the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. • • • The American Women's Home Defense held a card party Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ida Spivack, who with Mrs. Jacobs served as hostesses. The funds raised were for the relief organizations of the armed forces. • • • The installation of new members of the Liberte Sorority was held at an informal dance Saturday, April 18th, at the home of Miss Ester Argintar. Miss Sunshine Fagan, president presided. New members are Lee Aronoff, Arelene Kleber and Shirley Bernstein. • • • The regular mooting of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Wednesday, May 6th at the Council House. Election of officers will take place and the annual reports of the chairmen will be given. A social hour will follow and refreshments will be served. • • • The Greater Miami Young Judean Council will sponsor its annual Mother's Day program Sunday evening. May 3rd, at 7:30 in the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah, 311 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. An interesting program including a technicolor film on Palestine has been arranged. A social hour will follow the program. • • • Albert Rhys Williams, American authority on the Soviet, will be the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum, 24 11th Street, near Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, this Saturday afternoon at 3:30. Mr. Williams topic will be, "Hitler Cannot Conquer Russia." Monday morning, 10:45, Edward Clarke will speak on. "The Young Cosima." Tuesday evening, 8:15 Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the 3rd lecture on Astronomy. • • Forum, sponsored by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, will close its session with a luncheon on Friday. May 1st, at 12:30 p. 111. on the Alcazar Roof. Mrs. David Catsman, Forum committee chairman, will be mistress of ceremonies. An allmusical program will be presented, including Miss Ruth Wolkow.sky, pianist: Miss Selma Einbindcr, violinist; Miss Ilse Ashcr, ORGANIZATIONS vocalist. Funds raised from Forums maintain three scholarship students at the University of Miami. DEATHS Word of the passing of Mrs. Max Green suddenly Saturday m Richmond. Va.. was received here. Surviving her are her husband. Max Green, and two daughters, Mrs. Herman November and Miss Betty Green of Richmond and five sons, I. Vt.. Leon, Albert. Morris and Harold of Miami. New York (WNS)—Rabbi J. X. Cohen, chairman of the economic discrimination committee of the American Jewish Congress, declared his belief, that the "whole stream of bills" passed by the Legislature providing punishment for employment discrimination against racial or religious minorities in this state would be signed by Governor Lehman. In his address at a conference held by the Women's Committee of the Brooklyn Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, Rabbi Cohen asserted that the work of those who have fought discrimination "is beginning to bear fruit" and that his coworkers were cheered by the developments in Albany. He cautioned, however, that the problem was still serious. Buy War Bonds and Stamps WILLIAM J. PRUITT CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY SOLICITOR BILL PRUITT proved his ability as a prosecuting attorney when he successfully prosecuted Healey and his gang of White Shirts three years ago. Pruitt broke up the first attempted invasion by the German Bund in Miami. The Jewish people will say "thanks" to Bill Pruitt next Tuesday by voting for him for County Solicitor. (Paid for by the Jewish Friends of Wm. J. Pruitt) LEON KRAMER Entertainment Chairman of the Y. M. H. A. 9th Annual Bazaar and Dance to be held Saturday evening and all day Sunday, May 2nd and 3rd at the "Y". Sincere Wishes to our Friend SIDNEY H. PALMER SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY 1727 N. W. 28th Street Phone 2-6187 Coming Soon PLAZA THEATRE S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE. TWO DAYS ONLY WED & THUR-MAY 6-7 "MAD MEN OF EUROPE" SEE England invaded by parachute troops SEE Trusting sweethearts unmasked as spies SEE Homes invadcdl Dear ones brutally killed 'Mad Men of Europe' A dramatic bombshell of war's ultimate horrorsl with EDMUND GWENN MARY MAGUIRE PAUL von HENRIED NOT A NEWSREEL But a sensationally timely drama of today's headlines Plan to See it Now! [J SUCCESS TO PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL EE. HOPKINS GENERAL CONTRACTOR Best Wishes to Palmer Funeral Chapel for a Well deserving Success BAILEY CHAIR & SUPPLY COMPANY New York City I Wish Real Success to my Friend SIDNEY H. PALMER PAUL MARTENS Representing THE KEYES CO. Realtors "A Friend is one who comes in first when the whole world has gone out." My sinccrest wishes to my good friend MR. PALMER N. BADER Sexton, Beth David Cong. EARNEST Overstreet ALL FLORIDA'S CANDIDATE FOR AT LARGE An independent business man whose record in the State Legislature has proven time and again his ability and willingness to work for the interest of ALL of the State of Florida. VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT Earnest Overstreet (Palil Political Adv.) "STAY THRU MAY" SUNSHINE HOSPITAL 47 N. W. 32nd Place Miami. Fla. BEST WISHES TO THE PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY SEYBOLD BUILDING PHONE 2-3151 BEST WISHES TO MR. SIDNEY H. PALMER and PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL SOL SCHWARTZ Chairman CHEVRA KADISHA



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f e Jewish floirictiaiin %% VOLUME 15—No. 18 &BE3M Tlhe JiBwnslh HJmBlty *9 ICTORY A & N COMMITTEE AT YMHA SUNDAY MEET MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS AMBASSADOR TO SPAIN IS HONORED BY CONFERENCE Leaders of the Jewish community together with organizational heads assembled at a special meeting at the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday morning, for the purpose of organizing a local Army and Navy committee to coordinate all services for men in uniform. Initiated through the efforts of Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., who while in New York attending the 25th Annual Convention of the Jewish Welfare Board arranged for immediate action with reference to the Miami situation. As a result, Benjamin Rabinowitz, director of the National Army and Navy Committee, came to Miami for Sunday's meeting. It was explained by Joseph A. Berman, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Y. M. H. A., that heretofore various Jewish organizations in Greater Miami rendered service for the men in uniform and in order to avoid conflict, it was deemed advisable to form an Army and Navy Committee. Mr. Rabinowitz, in his remarks to the gathering stated that the National Jewish Welfare Board was organized in 1916 for the purpose of aiding men in uniform at the Mexican border. Since that time they have been recognized as the Jewish voice by the Army and Navy. It is the idea to have one agency for all Jews; a single voice for the Jewish community nationally as well as locally. As a result of the meeting, a committee was appointed to make a complete survey with reference Jo the needs of service men in this area and to formulate plans for the organization of a permanent committee. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan was appointed chairman, assisted by Maurice Grossman, Joseph R. Stein, Morris Klass, William Boxerman, Rabbi Abranani Kellner Miss Bess Spanner, M Frankel, Stanley C. Myers and 'red K. Shochet. Sub committees, subsequently appointed are now engaged in preparing plans New York (WNS)— A citation in recognition of his distinguished service to the cause of understanding and cooperation among Protestants, Catholics and Jews was presented this week to Professor Carlton J. H. Hays, newlyappointed U. S. Ambassador to Spain, by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The citation was presented by Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president of the National Council at a reception attended by nearly 1,000 people from communities thruout the country. Professor Hayes has been Catholic co-chairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews since its inception in 1928, and has played an active part in the various programs and enterprises launched by the organization. Pieces of Hate by RICHARD E. GUTSTADT National Director of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith ANTI-SEMITE HOLDS POST IN 0. S. AIR FORCE •or the permanent setup. TO TELLS MEETING nil-,* y rk (WNS)-Charles A. ter n 'u"T K r Romanian Ministhe Pr W; |?'" n e t on and leader of thk n 7 Kuina nian movement in tending y told Agates athe i"in %  h S imnual invention of Amenca u Rumanian Jews of would K l la Post-war Rumania 1 'Pr.nc,p,es d,Cated t0 dem Cra •A-fth" t lrUSt me that to mv p\ anv\ I a m n t going to acM&nrnti com P ror nise on truly SSte ,t r P ri ?cipla, on human freedom M" C J? SS and '"dividual •ffiom, Mr. Davila said. lut 'on call r Ct adopted a resold Turk R Upon Great Britain a nd t ra „ ?• grant Permanent •tfUleai fl, Vlsas t0 a11 Jewish *Pe fcL n unate enou h to es2? worn Rumania. A mt.i New York (WNS)—Col. Edwin M. Hadley, a leading figure in the now-defunct anti-Semitic Paul Reveres and reportedly pro-Nazi before Pearl Harbor, is chairman of a War Department Civilian Committee which passes on applicants in Chicago for commissions in the Army Air Force Procurement Division, it was disclosed by the crusading New York newpaper, PM. Declaring that Col. Hadley had been branded anti-Semitic by the American Council of Public Affairs, PM charged that the Chicago super-patriot could "recommend to the army only those men sympathetic with his views." In its book, "Organized AntiSemitism in the United States," The American Council of Public Affairs stated that Col. Hadley was the "dominant personality" as well as the nominal leader of the anti-Semitic Paul Reveres. The Paul Reveres distributed two anti Semitic pamphlets, "Facing the Facts" and "The Plan in Action," and it has been charged that one and maybe both were written by Col. Hadley. "The Plain in Action" said: "Real Germans are smashing Jewish influence; weeding it out of Germany. Because of this setback to their plans, world Jewry | is turning the full blast of its I temporal power and control of I instruments of publicity in all countries against Hitler, to villify, misrepresent and destroy him." TURKEY ASKED TO ADMIT RUMANIAN JEW REFUGEES scene tumania. A poignant nam 0 V f a tL e 7 c L ed wfien *• reC P „ le 7 u 8 Ru manian Jewicy 5**o drowned in the the BtrSL the Black Sea when 1 'he deW. Xploded were ^d had relativ, 8 es man y of whom natives among the victims. Washington (WNS)—The American Ambassador in Ankara has been instructed to urge the Turkish Government "on humanitarian grounds" to admit temporarily the 12 Rumanian Jewish refugees who were shipwrecked in Turkish waters and another group of Rumanian Jewish refugees who recently reached a Turkish port. The announcement that the U. S. Ambassador had been ordered to act in the case was made here by Under-Secretary of State Sumner Welles who informed the United Rumanian Jews of America that the American envoy would ask Turkish authorities to permit the homeless refugees to remain in Turkey until Palestine visas can be obtained for them. The recent arrests of Pelley and George Christians and the cracking down on Father Coughlin, indicate a new attitude on the part of Attorney General Francis Biddle—an attitude welcomed by the American people. The governmental agencies are recognizing that, especially in time of war, to allow unhampered the abuse of civil liberties might result in a serious set-back of our war effort. However, the arrests of a few individuals, even with the promise of more to follow, only scratch the surface, and we still have hundreds of people whose activities are destructive to national morale. During the month of April, a new organization was formed calling itself "Americans for Peace," founded by Horace Haase. The latter has been closely associated with America First activities and friendly to many of New York's known fascists. In conjunction with the organization, Haase is now publishing a news letter which will appear semi-monthly, calling itself "America's Hope," with a subscription price of $1.00 per year. Haase has opened offices at Room 203, 1165 Broadway, New York City. The first two paragraphs in the No. 1 issue of the news letter put out on April 15th indicate that the entry of America into the war has in no wise affected many of the former so-called isolationist leaders. It reads as follows: "The first shock is over. And those who hate war because they love their fellow men and their country are beginning to recover their balance. They are coming to realize anew facts which were crystal clear before. Their vision is beginning to return after the nerve shattering shock of the unexpected attack upon Pearl Harbor. They are slowly coming to see that while the Japanese assault changed a few things it has not affected in the least the soundness of their pre-Decomber arguments. "The global war they warned against as the objective of the empire builders and defenders is upon us, but the fundamental fact that it is a direct threat to the very continuance of the American way of life has not changed. It is true now, as before December 7th, that such ambitious waging of war will bring upon us the very regimentation we claim to hate so in Hitler's Germany and Mussolini's Italy, (not to mention—as we used to— Stalin's blood-soaked domain). It is true now, as before December ITALIANS WHIP AND FINE JEWS FOR ANTI-FASCISM Cairo (WNS)—Italian colonial authorities in Tripoli have revived—for Jews only— the medieval practice of punishment by whipping, it was reported here this week. Three Jews, allegedly engaged in anti-Fascist activities, were the first victims of the new Fascist justice. The three Jews—one of them 60 years of age—were taken to the public square, stripped to the waist and lashed. Two of them were given 25 lashes each, in addition to the fines of 10,000 lire, the third received 10 lashes plus a fine of 1,000 lire. At the same time, the Fascist governor of Tripoli decreed that all Jews found guilty of antiFascist activities would be publicly lashed and their personal property confiscated. REGISTRANTS OF FEBRUARY WILL RECEIVEJLANKS Announcing the distribution of occupational questionaires (Form 311) to men who registered on February 14, 15 or 16, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, State Director of Selective Service, urged that they give careful thought to their skills, experience and aptitudes when filling out these forms so that the best possible use of their services may be made in the Nation's war effort. The questionaire, which is being distributed to February 14, 15 and 16 registrants by their local boards, later will be sent to registrants of the First and Second • Registrations, the Director said. Its purpose is an inventory of the present employment activities of registrants and of their skills or abilities. It has no connection with, and is not to be confused with the regular Selective Service Questionaire (Form 40) which is sent to all registrants to obtain data on which Selective Service classification is based, the General emphasized. i i M TO BE OBSERVED ..HTI7TI The National Citizenship Education Program in a statement emphasized the importance of "I Am An American Day." "When President Roosevelt proclaimed Sunday, May 17th, of this year as I Am An American Day" he realized the importance of awakening every resident of the U. S. to the true meaning of that phrase. While we have for the past three years celebrated the third Monday in May with parades, and other functiens, to commemorate the graduation of non-citizens into full-fledged United States citizens, and the assumption of responsibility of native born citizens reaching their majority, we never before have been so deeply concerned about what Americanism means to us as we are Now. Therefore, It behooves every man, woman and child to get behind this, and all similar programs, to the nth degree of their ability," the statement reads. Following this train of thought, representatives of all civic and fraternal associations in Dade County are asked to attend a meeting at the Miami Civic Center Monday, May 4th. Former Governor Dave Sholtz. general chairman of this year's Americanization program, will preside at the meeting and plans for making the complete program an outstanding success will be discussed. James E. (Jim) Barney will act as co-chairman in assisting Gov. Sholtz in the arrangement of parades, pageants etc., and John G. Parry, editor, National Citizenship Educational Program locally will act as Publicity chairman. POGROM PLEASES SOCIAL JUSTICE FAILS TO APPEAR IN NEW YORK CITY New York (WNS)—Social Justice, Father Coughlin's pro-Axis weekly which has been barred from the mails, failed to appear on New York newsstands this week. It was believed that the express companies were unwilling to ship copies of the publication until its status is clarified. NEW NAZI DECREE AIMED OF PUPPET STATE London (WNS) — Interior Minister Sano-Mach of the Nazi puppet state of Slovakia has formally expressed his appreciation for a cold-blooded pogrom in which 35 Jews were killed and many more injured, according to the Sunday Times. The pogrom occurred in the Slovakian AT EWS IN YUGOSLAVIA lowing"the kinirigof a U Na"i policeman. Despite the fact that a Slovakian non-Jew surrendered and confessed to the killing, the violently anti-Semitic Hlinka Guardists and Slovakian police KEEP 'EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. 7th. that the fruits of world-wide military conquest are not of the people's seeking. It is true now, as it was then, that • • • Victor Miller, whose antique shop on East 55th Street, New York City has for long been a rendezvous for fascist and Nazi adherents, is presently ill and in a hospital. Although "Uncle Vic," as he is called, has repeatedly denied charges of fascist activity, it is interesting to note that in his absence Adam Kunze, well-known New York Bundist, has been in charge of the store. A well-known Metropolitan opera star, whose name has often been linked with N azi sympath(CONTINUED ON PACE •) Zurich (WNS)—A new decree requiring all persons in Serbia holding property obtained from Jews or who are indebted to | Jews, since April 6, 1941, marking i invaded the Jewish quarter of the the date of Hitler's invasion of Yugoslavia, to file details of the transactions with the Nazi occupation authorities within a month, was reported in Novo Vreme, Nazi publication reaching here. The decree provides that all transactions between Jews and Serbs, regardless of date, are null and void. It also provides heavy punishment for those who have entered into contracts in an effort to evade the anti-Jewish laws. Reports of an extensive antiJewish campaign conducted by the Nazis in Serbia were confirmed when the Nazi paper revealed that 100,000 copies of five anti-Semitic pamphlets were distributed throughout Serbia since November, 1941. city, killing, looting and ravaging the terrorized Jewish population. After the pogrom, Sano-Mach sent a message thanking the Hlinka Guardists and Slovakian police for their part in "suppressing Jewish sabotage." Sano-Mach's anti-Jewish campaign, however, is not proving popular with the general population. The Nazi paper "Vlayka," published in Prague, complained this week that too many Czechs are showing undue sympathy for the Jews. The paper charged that even members of the fascist National Solidarity Organization accompanied Jews, scheduled to be deported to the fortress town of Terezin, to the railroad stations and provided them with food for the journey. if 1 BEHBHR % 



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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942 Palmer Funeral Chapel To Ope n For Public Inspection Jewist) floridfon PAGE THREE Carefully planned and equipped, elaborate but tastily furnished. Palmer's Funeral Chapel will formally open its doors this week to Greater Miami. Designed to meet the needs of a particular faith of this area with exclusively Jewish ownership, management, embalmer and staff, the undertaking establishment will cater to the Jewish people exclusively. Located at 2008 West Flagler Stree, Miami, in the site of a SIDNEY H. PALMER former funeral home, the property was purchased, permanently converted and improved for the special needs of the Palmer Funeral Chapel and those who it will serve. Completely refurnished the home features the innovation of the most modern facilities, many new to this area. A permanent chapel radiating warmth in a sympathetic revered manner highlights the new edifice. Indirect lighting casting subdued rays serve as illumination; A special carpeted pulpit with altar bank for the officiating Rabbi and Cantor grace the front of the chapel placed in the midst of a velvet draped background, electrically ornamented. Comfortable upholstered chairs amply spaced serve the seating needs with additional chapel space for overflow attendance available for conversion. Adjoining a large reception room is the Family and reposing room which offers the utmost in privacy for intimate mourning. Drapes with dignified backgrounds provide the desired atmosphere. A private Fraternal room f 0 r organizational rites and activities, and also used by the' Lnevra Kadisha committee has been set aside for this distinct Purpose, A modernly equipped. preparational room and special washrooms at the rear of the building together with offices adjoining the spacious front porch : nSm r>SC th balanee of the first On the second floor are living quarters for the staff of emtuners, ambulance drivers and s a v C ^ rS ^ a 11 am P'y furnished. a v-.r1f.fv d Spla Y rooms showing a variety of caskets to fit everv need including displays of the and nSSK ?Mlam 'National and Boyortown craftsmanshiu complete the upstairs. dnsni P Luxurious ambulance service sched b u e ie ma,ntamt d n a 24 hour Insisting upon rendering a Service to the Living" the new home is owned and operated u£ der the personal full time diWit l nhV S idn 7 H Pah !" .' With a background of many years of varied activity in religious Social military cjvic Md W munal organizations, Palmer FuSTSl !" f P ?' WI adhere strictly th r ell gious rites, catering to rnJ ndlV ,' dual dosire of Reform, Conservative and Orthodox rituals and scrvjco. "Knowing my community and its needs" Mr r f a f!!r ) Cr remar J kedl wi cent er my R^ d ^ ard „ T u Ne ^ man of Mi ami Beach will be the resident apprentice embalmer in the new home. A resident of this area for many years, Mr. Newman has been associated with the leading 52 e SL ^bhjhments in thif and the New York area serving his apprenticeship. JW" 0 0I the Palmer Fun*SL£5*& nvited and from Sunday at 10 a. m., an "open house policy will be maintained !" L. ten days. The public is cordially invited. Wishing you the success you so richly deserve ARROW DECORATING COMPANY Philadelphia, Penna. SUCCESS TO PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL RABIN'S CONGOLEUM & SHADE COMPANY 218 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-4754 SUCCESS TO PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL Lighting Fixtures Furnished by EDISON ELECTRICAL FIXTURE COMPANY 1009 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-3114 A PpS^ D Em T / NEWMAN Fun. i ba lmer Pamer 'uneral Chapel BEST WISHES TO PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL A. PEPPER PRESIDENT Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association Part of the permanent chapel of the new Palmer Funeral Chapel is pi hoto !•-, II. Tone pictured above. "A ServiceW To The Living' Mdtiey, U. 9xdtneA pbaudty, antvoutice^ PALMER F1J 20081ST FLHGL6R S1WET AL CHAIPEJL law 9-2664 :-: A MOST MODERN INSTITUTION dedicated to "Service to the Living." Every need ... Every thought... oi the bereaved— has been anticipated in building your chapel. The last word in facilities for the last service is our innovation with the only thought of rendering a personal, sympathetic service with all convenience ... the finest possible at a cost within your means. LUXURIOUS fMlBOLflllCES Phone AT YOUR CALL HB] Open House Every Evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. May Second to SeventhYou are Cordially Invited to Visit Our Beautiful Chapel and facilities. A ServiceWMTo The Living''



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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942 • •JewistinoridUan PAGE SEVEN POLITICAL BRIEFS WILLIAM J. (Bill) PRUITT William J. Pruitt, candidate for County Solicitor, was born at Sulphur Springs, Texas, and moved to Miami in 1925. He has activclv engaged in the practice of law in Miami since 1927, and has tice. specialized in criminal pracKK' By reason of his interest in behalf of the Sons and Daughters of Jewish War Veterans Drum and Bugle Corps, and the work done for that group, Bill Pruitt was made an honorary member of that organization. His friends point to his ability as a prosecuting attorney when he so successfully prosecuted Healey and the members of the White Shirts, a German Bund organization that attempted to organize in Dade County some three years ago. At the request of the Anti-Defamation Committee, Bill Pruitt volunteered his services, appeared in court and presented the evidence obtained against this organization, which resulted in a conviction of the leaders and a disbanding of the organization. GEORGE A. WORLEY G. A. Worley, seeking reelection as State Attorney, emphasizes his proper administration of the oflice as the outstanding recommendation for his return to office "The record speaks for itself." he said "and it is easy to critui/ from the sidelines by spectators who do nothing and therefore cannot be criticized. Practical experiences are incomparable with experiments and amateurs. Mr. Worley has obtained judgments lor $91,554.73 and actually collected for the treasury of this county $65, 117.32 since he has been in office. All these facts, and many others, are a matter of record. He has received national recognition for his efforts on the McCall kidnapping case. •Sohrfn Z PaSt Clght y ears Judge Sebring has performed the duties Cim1?t ge h f V? 0 Eighth JdS Circuit honestly, fairly and imunon a "h y N K, fincr commentarV upon his ability and integrity could be found than the recent action by the Bar of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in which its H !" unanimously endorsed Judge Sebring s candidacy for the Supreme Court, and urged the hfrfcf ? F H1 da to "Promote" him to the higher post. N. P. (Neighbor) LOWREY Stressing the importance of oractical experience, N P (Neighbor) Lowrey is asking reelection to the office of County Commissioner, District 3 "May this pleasure still be mine to represent the People of Dade County from District 3, in a county-wide vote for the first time ,1 ^-elected 1 renew my pledge that I will exert my every effort i to further develop the resources of Dade County and to conserve its wealth towards a progressive, business-like administration. J. F. (Friti) GORDON Asking election to the State Legislature, Group 1, J. F. (Fritz) Gordon, states that he is fully familiar with the intricacies of legislative procedure having attended almost every legislative session since 1931. He believes in radical reduction in all county and state expenses to avoid increased taxes and free people's money for use in an all out war "fort. A resident of Miami since 1924, Mr. Gordon is an attorney engaged in civil practice. MARSHALL WISEHEART, Jr: Marshall Wiseheart, jr., the only member of the Dade house delegation seeking re-election, asked that his record in the 1941 legislature be checked, and said it would show that he had served Dade County well in his first session. JOHN D. NOBLE John D. Noble, a resident of Dade County for eighteen years is a candidate for County Commissioner, District 1. A veteran of World War No. 1, he served as director of the Miami Realty Board for 2 years, 3 years as chairman of Dade County Zoning Board of Adjustment and 1 year as chairman of the Boards Zoning Committee. If elected he will devote his full time to the position. JUDGE H. L. (Tom) SEBRING Judge H. L. (Tom) Sebring, for many weeks, has been conducting an intensive campaign for election to the State Supreme ^-ourt throughout Florida, and newspaper reports indicate he is receiving strong support in all section of the state. mi U d fit> Sebring is perhaps the lost well-rounded" man ever to %  '<* a position on the Florida aupruii.. Court bench, his sunH. ERNEST OVERSTREET Guam and Wake Islands would not be now in the hands of the enemy, if Congress had listened to President Roosevelt's recommendation made repeatedly and voiced as long ago as 1938, that Pacific outposts be better fortified, H. Ernest Overstreet, candidate for Florida congressmanat-large, said Monday. Overstreet, a pioneer resident who first came to Miami on Jan. 30, 1906, when the total population of the city was only 3,500, referred briefly to his terms of service as Dade County member of the Florida House of Representatives, explaining the duties of a member of Congress do not greatly differ from those of a state legislator. "The Congress of the United States has just as much to do with winning a war as has the president," Overstreet said, pledging his whole-hearted co-operation to the country's efforts to speed the production of airplanes, ships and tanks, and the prosecution of the war in general. MRS. T. V. MOORE Mrs. T. V. Moore, candidate for the county commission seat, district 3, emphasized that the present emergency calls for a business-like, efficient county administration, one giving full cooperation to the war effort, and pledged herself to this aim." A woman has two duties: one to her home and family; the other to her country. I have performed my duty to my home. I am now ready to devote my entire time to my country in an office for which I am well qualified. DSUT ^ uali "ed Democrat i: afl e County U eligible to vote for N. BLAKLEY FK E I ENTATIV E TO F1 <*.da State Legislature Fom, Gro P 3 EBW8P 1 a Cou ** % %  Legion Amne,B Se Cs7 ( r h t h0 AMERICAN FRANCE'** 0 *• %  *5if A workin9 man 0ur **• and .upport will be "PPreciated fld Political Adv.) PAT CANNON Rep. Pat Cannon, candidate for re-election, representing the 4th district, is proud of successful efforts to reopen and expand the island city's naval base—key to the bottlenecking Straits of Florida. Cannon said $5,000,000 was obtained to restore the Key West naval station, abandoned by the Republican administration in 1931, to active service before Hitler marched in 1939. Through his efforts and those of others, said Cannon, an additional $15,000,000 worth of projects have followed in rapid succession to make Key West again the Gibraltar of the Caribbean. Rep. Pat Cannon pledged himself to continue "my fight" for a four-lane military highway between Miami and Jacksonville; for lower freight rates on Florida fruit and vegetables, and to lift restrictions on the state's sugar production. "My fight for adequate national defense shall continue in the future as it has in the past," said Cannon. "My efforts to place national defense, army or navy plants in almost every county of the 4th district have been successful." LEWIS C. WAGNER Lewis C. Wagner, candidate for County Comissioner, District No. 2, stated, "I know every road in that district, and I know the people. I absolutely will not make any promise I know I can't fulfill, and* businessmen with whom I have dealt for years will verify that." Wagner also emphasized he was a strong advocate of rubber planting in the state. Wagner said he especially wanted to try to make the northwest section a defense area, and he believes it can be done with proper co-operation because of the many military units moving into Dade County. J. D. REDD For almost 20 years J. D. Redd has served as County Commissioner from District Five and is seeking re-election in the coming primary. His record stands as a monument attesting his qualifications and worthiness of reelection., his supporters state pointing to his keen foresight, painstaking efforts and shrewd economy policy in the instigation and completion of major Dade County projects. During his span of office the County Commission has met all obligations and has not once defaulted. He will continue to work for the best interest of the County at all times. dent Roosevelt, the commander-in chief of the army and navy, B. F. Paty, candidate for the fourth congressional district seat, now held by Rep. Pat Cannon, in an address before voters of this area. "In spite of many obstacles, both at home and abroad, we are making some progress in this business of war, but our progress is not satisfactory with the people of this country," Paty declared. "If elected to office,' he stated, He would not be a "rubber stamp," but would work with initiative and energy to advance the war effort." JOSEPH B. COZATT Joseph B. Cozatt presents himself as a candidate for the Legislature in Group 3. Mr. Cozatt came to Florida 31 years ago and has resided in and has been a tax-payer in Dade County for more than 26 years; has had many years of business experience and is a practicing attorney with offices in the duPont Building. "Rigid economy must be practiced in all departments," he stated. "The schools must be operated for the full terms, teachers salaries assured, and old age assistance must not be neglected. Exhorbitant and unreasonable cost in connection with criminal arrests and prosecution must be reduced." SOL HOROWITZ Sol Horowitz, candidate for Legislature, Group 1, believes in a square deal for Dade County. Selfish interests should be kept out of the Legislature. "It may be true,' he stated, "that the three representatives of Dade County cannot run the policies of the entire State, but it is beyond imagination why three men cannot protect the interests of Dade Countians. The milk, dry cleaning and beautician interests seem to be capably protected. But labor, medical, legal, dental and mercantile interests have been sadly neglected. Dade County is composed of many communities of many different interests, yet each must be protected by proper legislation. This may be accomplished by electing representatives who will be certain to perform their duties and give Dade County a square deal. lie Instruction from District No 2 of Dade County, Florida, was born on a farm in Monroe County, Georgia, on July 19, 1891. He served as principal of Gordon (Georgia) High School for the spring term of 1919. From "J until 1924 he practiced law in Macon, Georgia. He moved to Miami, Florida, in the spring of 1924, and has practiced law here continually since having had his office in the y Building since October, 1926. During the past eight years he has occupied offices jointly with Elry Stone, a practicing attorney of the Dade County Bar. For the past three year he has been a member of District 9 (Dade County) Welfare Board, serving without compensation. GEORGE S. OKELL George S. Okell, group 3 legislative candidate, pointed out Dade's representation in the legislature is but four of 136 persons, and therefore, it is incumbent on the county's delegation to go to Tallahassee, united, with a comprehensive program and that it maintain a solid front throughout he would co-operate to the fullest, the session. He gave assurances if elected, with the colleagues chosen with him. Naturally as a Colonel on Governor Holland's Staff I propose to follow his leadership in which he has declared that during this emergency we must develop as economical and efficient a procedure and program as can be had for this State." VAN E. BLANTON Van E. Blanton, candidate for Board of Public Instruction, district No. 1, offers as qualifications for re-election; Five years experience as member of Board of Public Instruction Three and one-half years Chairman of the Board,) six years as Trustee (four years Chairman) of Special Tax School District No. 3, thorough working knowledge of Dade County's school organization. He is a life-long resident of Florida; home-owner and tax-payer; father of seven children, two sons now serving in U. S. Army. B. F. PATY Production of arms and other equipment of war for the United States and its allies is the chief concern of the nation now, and it is highly important that there be unity in Congress and wholehearted co-operation between the nation's law makers and PresiLOUIS F. MAIRE Louis F. Maire of Fort Lauderoaie has served since 1927 as states attorney under five governors and is now serving his fourth tenri as a candidate for ""W Fourth district. He f a a d '"'understand the needs of South Florida, the importance of development of our sugar industry, the commercial use of our inter-coastal waterway in barging materials in safety, and the advantages in locating additional industry here, and pledge my effort towards that direction" THOMAS S. FERGUSON Thomas S. Ferguson, a practicing attorney of Miami for 13 years and a justice of the peace for the past ten years, is a candidate for the office of state attorney. As justice of the peace, his court has the record of no delay in case trials and keeping its business up to date. During his tenure of office as peace justice. Ferguson has tried 4,925 civil cases, held 12.710 preliminary I hearings in criminal cases, in which he sat as committing magistrate, has investigated and held inquests in 713 homicide cases, and has conducted investigations %  into 965 deaths in which it was found no inquests were necessary, resulting in considerable savings to taxpayers. He feels that his experience qualifies him to undertake the duties of state's attorney. RAYMOND J. DAVIS Three years attache in congress with Herbert J. Drane of Lakeland, eight years member of board of County Commissioners of home county, four years as chief deputy of Motor Vehicle Commissioner of Florida, fruit grower and farmer, Raymond J Davis of Hardee and DeSoto counties, is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in Group 1 He bases his qualifications on his success of all of his undertakings. DR. HENRY C. ARNOLD Dr. Henry C. Arnold, chiropractor with office in the Seybold building, is School Board Candidate in the May primaries for District No. 1. He is a former member of the Jessamine CountyI Yboard of education. Dr. Arnold comes from a family of educators. He is a member of Trinity Methodist church and came to Miami in 1925 If you want a member of the School Board with character —ability—integrity and training VOTE FOR B. Member of School Board DISTRICT NO. 3 (Paid Political Adv.) C. W. PETERS "Our very existence,' says Mr. Peters, will depend on frugality in all ways of life, none the less in State Administration to the end that state taxes may be reduced so that the desperate needs of our armed forces may be met "Six-lane highways, not only needed for adequate military roads but will bring employment to labor and millions of dollars into circulation in this section. "The importance of the public health, also, cannot be emphasized too much." Mr. Peters is a candidate for legislature in Group 3. NORMAN H. BLAKLEY Norman H. Blakley, well known Miami attorney and formc i dge of the Municipal Court of Miami, announces that he is a candidate for the nomination for the House of Representatives from Dade County in Group 3 subject to the May 5th primaries In announcing his candidacy he issued the following statement: "I feel that all legislation by our state during the war period must be based on the policy of strict economy. That war needs and efforts must come first; that these be no unnecessary spending of the public money. I believe that taxes must be reduced to the minimum. "I shall assume the responsibilities of the office, if elected with no thought in mind except the welfare of the people, and I shall represent the people and pledge my sincere and earnest efforts in behalf of our county, our state and our nation." TROY C. DAVIS Troy C. Davis, a candidate for membership on the Board of PubROBERT R. TAYLOR Dade county voters are taking a more serious view of their franchise rights than ever before, in the opinion of County Solicitor Rober RTaylor. The war has brought home to many of them the tact that nations face a greater menace from within than from without, he said. "The people of Florida and of Dade county are conscious of this tact. I have taken my duties as County Solicitor seriously. Some voters have criticized me because 1 have not had the time to visit each of them personally, but that is impossible. It is a man-sized job to run the office of County Solicitor, and its does not leave time for visiting. I hope each of you will remember this when you go to the polls Tuesday. Bob iaylor has kept his promise that he would give you fair and honest administration of the office." RUSSELL F. HAND Russell F. Hand, resident of Miami for 42 years and now serving his fourth year as member of the Dade County School Board, is a candidate for re-elec8 f rom Sch ool District No. 2. I have served the school system of Dade county for more tnan seven years," he said. "During my term of office close co-operation between members of the board and the superintendent's office has resulted in many favorable improvements being made in the system, including more effiicent methods of record keeping, and a wider distribution of school board purchases so as to spread the business to as many merchants as possible. "I am running for re-election on the record we have made as members of the board, and on my own ability and experience which I feel has been of reasonable value to the school system." 4 'I



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^ PAGE SIX >-JewisHrkridHar FRIDAY, MAY 1, i 942 KING'S. ^ ^ 0 KOMMENTS ^Si^cS The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian One Army-Navy Committee Much needed in this city To do all the work That some will shirk And others in their way Take over—come what may And if for the glory That is another story But take it from me What you will see If but this one group All efforts will recoup Give what they deserve to the boys Without all the fuss and the noise From those who maintain Real respect we'll attain. ent children. Cohen proposes that the additional federal funds ho obtained to care for those neglected needy. Cohen is chairman of the Orlando Welfare Board, has been a member of the Orange County Health and Welfare advisory board, since 1937, is a member of the Orange County Juvenile Council, a member of district board 12. state board of social CONGRESS SEAT Matching Federal funds for education and general relief in Florida, increased FBI appropriations and immediate payment of I welfare, secretary of the Orlando'"^ '{£<, "same" self-governing • Election Board, and a past chan-1 ri( hts as th( othcr numbers of eel lor commander of the Knights this Union Tne re must not exof Pythias. J lst any immigration laws among He is past president of theFIorthe mcmbcrs of the Union. PalORLANDO GmL MARMED ON WEEK OF APRIL 17TH Announceme^T is being made of the marriage of Ma, Blatt nor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Blattner. to Sam Drashin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D.ashin of Mount Vernon, N. Y„ on April 17th. The bride attended Mh .N in Orlando. Miss Millers Finishing School in Baltimore. University of Georgia and Newman's Art School, Mr. Drashin attended schools In New YorK. A reception will be given in then POLITICAL BRIEFS R. B. GAUTIER. JR. R B Gaulier, Jr., Miami attorney. Saturday announced his Vo'd.dacy for the State Legislature for Dade County. He will run in Group 1. Although this is his first time out for public office. Gautier is a keen student of city, state and national government and one oi emergency all possible saving should be made in local and state 10th. TESTIMONIAL DINNER GIVEN DEPARTING _ELRY STONE A testimonial dinner for Elry Stone prior to his departure for Washington to serve as Major in the armed forces of the U. b. A. is being planned for Thursday evening. May 7th. All friends of Mr. Stone desiring to attend may do so by contacting the following members of thi committee: Ike Levin. J. Gerald Lewis, Harry Simonhoff. Sam Estroff, Al Pallolt and Dr. Frank Coret, chairman or by calling 3-0751. London (WNS)—Declaring that the post-war world might see the creation of a Federal Union composed of Great Britain, the United States, the British Dominions and India. Colonel Joshua Wedgwood, speaking before a meeting of the Friends of a Jewish Labor Palestine, envisioned Palestine as a self-governing, free member of such a Union. Colonel Wedgwood stated that "Palestine should find its place after the war in such a Union government operation so that tax burdens in these administrations should be reduced as much as possible for the people of Dade County to be better able to meet the increasing national taxes. FRANK B. DOWLING A new foundation upon which to construct the future economic arrangements i platform of governmental expense ment as a prosperous nation feeling that we could afford the same. "A full school term for the education of our children; adequate health and sanitation for all of the people; care of the aged who have built this state for the benefit of our youth, are some of the essentials of government of which I speak." was advanced by Frank B. Dowling, candidate for the State Legislature in Group 3, this week. "The necessities of life cost very little; it is the luxuries in which we indulge ourselves that are so expensive. If elected to serve in the 1943 session of the State Legislature at Tallahassee, I propose to apply this principle to state government, for I believe that the necessities of state government can be maintained throughout this emergency by eliminating the luxuries which we added to the cost of state governED HAMILTON Hammering away at the theme of an aggressive prosecution of the war with the elected representative in Washington devoting his time to seeing how best South Florida can be worked into the war production effort, Ed Hamilton, youthful and energetic candidate for Congress in the Fourth District carried his campaign to Greater Miami audiences this week with much vigor. He stresses the economic readjustment that confronts all citizens as the major South Florida problem to which he would devote himself, not only pledging his attention to such headline issues as sugar production, obtaining additional military plants etc., but the serious questions facing the small business man and white collar man. Small groups to whom he talked responded especially to his apparent familiarity with far-reaching international questions that remain to be solved concurrently with fighting the war. mod-fly damage claims to citrus growers in war bonds have keynoted one of the most amazing races in Florida political history during the current campaign. Advocating benefits and constructive moves, many of which have already begun to take form Barney J. Cohen. Orlando, candidate for congressman-at-large, has to date "upset Florida's political equilibrium," many observers j while welfare groups, say. ida Federation B'nai B'rith Lodges and present chairman of the State Anti-Defamation Committee. He is president serving his tenth term of Congregation Ohev Sholem, Orlando. Cohen has been active in many worthIn an address to the Florida! COMMISSIONER CRANDON NOW SEEKING RE-ELECTION sheriffs convention in Pensacola several weeks ago he urged the FBI be given greater financial support. Recent raids which netted 13 dangerous enemy aliens and resulted in 67 presidential County Commissioner Charles H. Crandon and Dado county are given warm praise for defense savings work in the most recent search warrants being executed publication of the defense savings in the state bore out his claim staff of Florida. U. S. treasury. | Jacksonville. A resident of Dade county for over twenty-five years. Crandon is a candidate for re-election as county commissioner. District 1. j He organized the Committee to Defend America hero, and supI ported it financially, and worked day and night for a period of two years, in support of the administration. "We put on 189 radio broadcasts; we circulated thousands and thousands of Pamphlets and letters, all supporting the President and his polostino, achieving a Jewish majority, must rule itself with justice for everybody, including of course, the Arabs." The meeting which was called in behalf of the British Labor Party was addressed by James Middlcton who announced that a delegation of the Party would be assigned to call upon Lord Cranborne, British Colonial Minister, to demand that admission to Palestine be granted Jewish refugees. Meanwhile, the Trade Union Cooperative organizations which held a regional conference in | Yorkshire, adopted a resolution urging that the labor movement in England "do everything in its power to put an end to the unjust Palestine policy of closing the doors of the country for refugees from Nazi persecution." Other resolutions adopted by the 150 delegates attending the confer-1 1 ence urged the creation of a' fighting force under a Jewish! flag and extended sympathetic greetings to the persecuted Jews, in Nazi-occupied lands. Tel Aviv (WNS)—Resolutions extending the work day in Palestine and calling for the voluntary enlistment of another 10,000 Palestine Jews in the armed forces were adopted at the annual convention here of the Histadruth, the Jewish Federation of Labor. The actions voted were part of a program to enlarge the Palestine Jewish community's particiDation in the United Nations war effort. The resolution dealing with voluntary enlistments stated that the labor union would take action against those who seek to avoid their duty. The second resolution added two hours to the Palestine working day. The resolution pledged the workers to contribute the payment for one of the two extra hours to a special fund to aid the families of Jewish soldiers, providing employers contribute an equal sum. The convention appealed to the Jews of the United States and of the British Empire to assume "maximum responsibility for the bleeding Jews in Nazi-dominated Europe and for the threatened Jewish homeland." A message of "warm greetings and encouragement" was sent to the Jewsof Soviet Russia. Buy Defense Bonds Today. rJjGUST BROS Rvjf is the BEST.' Geneva (WNS)—Premier Nich-' co\ t mn,ueJ V '" a SCUSSl gt C;o,us von Ka,lai addressing the! Hungarian Life party, announced COHEN local commit-, expulsion from Hungary in acand he was credit, d with ren-, ,. .. ,. dering the most outstanding and;, Un ms address, which was that the FBI was the nation's conspicuous service given by any first line of defense against spies, county chairman in the state." fifth columnists and saboteurs He has since proposed merging of the state highway patrol with a federal patrol, equipped and authorized to halt infiltration of spies and saboteurs through many of Florida's coastline coves. His statement before the Young Democrats of Florida at their recent convention that "every man, woman and child must give his utmost in hours, energy and money to win this war quickly" As chairman of county parks. „. which he organized, previous to 000(w -. including those in former which the countv had no parks or um "n>an territories which have highway beautification, he so-1 b cen an n <-'^d by Hungary. Last broadcast by the Budapest radio.! the Axis Premier placed the number of Jews in Hungary at eluding those in fort... lumanian territories which have Ed Hamilton cured Greynolds Park without any cost whatever. It has been bavs and developed into a very fine recreational center, where thousands of our citizens enjoy themselves. STANLEY C. MYERS SPEAKS A T WOMEN'S MEETING week, the chief of the Hungarian minorities department said there wore 1.250.000 Jews.) The Hungarian Premier did not use the word "expulsion" but spoke of the "ultimate solution of the Hungarian Jewish problem" and of the "colonization" of Jews. Hitler's new order calls for the expulsion of all Jews C. W. PETERS FOR STATE LEGISLATURE I Am Committed to the Protection of Our Schools I Am For the Protection of Property Owners from the Ravages of the Tax Shark Old Age Pensions Must Be Maintained (BaM Politic*] Adv. by Friend*) Stanley C. Myers, chairman of, fon*owed'"thV'poTicIes outlined "by! the Board of the Greater Miami JSffi^SLSiS* £ hcre thc '>' President Roosevelt. W. Boss. Jewish Federation will address, Dn ts f r n' m f Rl CDn l r i n..nalH Nelson and newly created the Women s Division of the Jewpor,s !"!" Nazi sources have manpower Sf. Paul VSutt ish Welfare Campaign of Atlanta, ^ff^ Eastern Russia as the His p'ans for securing matching | Mdg. He will be the principal I £ speaker at the opening luncheon of the drive to raise $135,000. federal funds for education he outlined to the recent teachers' convention. There are ample funds available in Washington, provided those funds are matched by the state, to insure a full nine months term for every school in the state. The same is true of the general relief situation. In many counRABBI S. H. BARON TO SPEAK AT SUN RAY HEALTH RESORT Rabbi S. H. Baran of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. will deliver a lecture on: "The House Beautiful," based on the play by t^r of"thT"state today there is Channing Pollock. Saturday. May inadequate machinery and money 2nd, 8 p. m. m the lobby of the available to care for the needy Sun-Ray Park Health Resort, properly particularly those who I 125 S. W. 30th Court, Miami. The to accept employment in restauare not over 65, blind or depend-' public is invited to attend. rants, hotels and tobacco shops. for "Jewish colonization. Kallai stressed that the Jews must be excluded from any property rights and the use of Hungarian soil. In recent months the pro-Nazi Government has confiscated all large Jewish-owned farms and robbed smaller Jewish landowners of their stocks and equipment. At the same time, new antiJewish decrees were issued, barring Jewish doctors from all hospitals and forbidding Jews Ah! Gourmets' Heaven! The CHASE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT at Baker's Haulovcr. N. Miami Beach, famous for Ocean Delicacies, is now under the management of ANDRE BROUSSARD—Big Brother w Gourmet's. ANDRE'S NEW ORLEANS SPECIALTIES ha\e inspired eulogies from columnists, commentators and worm travelers. BhOUSSARDS and CHASE'S cuisine on the same table! Ah! Gourmet's Heaven! Telephone 6-1117 for reservations—Ask for Gino. Andre Invites You! Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. inn xt r. JJ 005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) ,. 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-H31—7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing



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** PAGE EIGHT STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) were Germans," he replied "But they were alive How in Miami. Florida AMbJWZ SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN I92§ APPROVED SANITARIUM Wltli Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere Por Rest, Convalescent. Chronic and Acute Medical Cases Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapr. Pour Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W. ELLIS. Pres. J. W. PLATIN. M D Med. Dlr. 1SS 8. W. SOth Court. Miami. Florida could you leave living men to drown in the sea?" W" 11 conceded the fisherman, one or them did say they were alive— but you know how those Nazis lie" Then there's the one which Leonard Lyons says he got via the grapevine from Holland, about the group of faithful Netherlander who began to greet one another in the streets by raising their hands and shouting "Heil Rembrandtl'. The greeting soon was being shouted at meetings and in the market places and wherever the people of Amsterdam would assemble The Gestapo, puzzled by the prevalence of the "Heil Rembrandt" salute, finally collared a Dutchman and asked him „how come "It's very simple, the Hollander told them, "Were simply following the German example ... We heil our best painter, the way you do yours" And from France, where "le val means "the valley," we get the following lesson in French grammar "What's the difference between 'le val' and •Laval,' a teacher asked his class ..." 'Le val."' replied the bright pupil, "simply means a low place—but •Laval' means the lowest depths imaginable" "STAY THRU MAY" Miami Conservatory 1737 N. Bayshore Drive Ph. 2-5835 it Ask Your Friends And Neighbors to Vote For SOL D. HOROWITZ Group 1 -Legislature (raid Political Advertisement by Friends) LET'S KEEP ON THE JOB! He has shown the enemies of society in Dade and Monroe Counties that they can't get away with murder and pillage here. He is the only able, experienced, professional prosecutor of criminals who is a candidate for State Attorney and whose record in successfully handling hundreds of criminal cases PROVES his ability. Let's keep him at the task he has performed so brilliantly. By doing se w will help to preserve at home the law. order and decency for which so many of our boys will be fighting abroad I RE-ELECT G. A. WORLEY STATE ATTORNEY (Political Adililmcal—Pud • Fna4> Piecesjrf Hate (CONTINUE D FRO M PAGE 1) izers, sent Miller an elaborate bouquet of flowers. ( Poe McWilliams, violent Jew Hater and devout discipleofHitleri^m has been discovered in Chicago working for the Midwest Monetary Federation Seated*" 127 N. Dearborn Street, Joey claims he has been retained to eive a series of lectures on tnc art of public speaking by the Federation. The lectures are held on Tuesday night. At the last session, McWilliams glowingly told of his many experiences speaking to 'thousands on street corners and in halls in New York. The purpose of these lectures, as was stated by McWilliams. is to train future leaders who will be able to take the proper steps and make themselves articulate when the holocaust of war disappears. In the meantime, Joey's friends in New York have changed the name of the Christian Mobihzers to the "Silver Moon Club" in the hope of side-tracking publicity and governmental investigations. Gerald L. K. Smith, who heads a committee of one million, inaugurated the publication of a new monthly magazine entitled "The Cross and the Flag" to sell at 25c per copy. Ostensibly proAmerican, it is violently isolationist and attaches the communist label liberally to responsible public officials. Smith, when interviewed in Detroit, stated that his friends wanted to start such a magazine. He further asserted that the people of Detroit are opposed to conscriptive mobilization, but though willing to sacrifice for America do not want to "unite with Britain or the set of flying trapeze Reds who jump across here from the Russian front." Smith has just announced that he intends running for the U. S. Senate and will "campaign on the issue of Father Coughlin." • • A. Hochscheid, former president of the German-American Bund of Portland, Ore. and editor of the ardently pro-Nazi foreign language German newspaper, the "Nachrichten" continues to write, this time as co-1 editor of the "American-Herold" published in Winona, Minn. Hochscheid continues, albeit more subtly, with his pro-Nazi and antigovernment propaganda. One of the techniques employed is to quote the defeatist statements of the various anti-administration isolationist representatives and then benignly add that it is hoped the Ally situation is not as bad as painted. • • • The other editor of the paper is F. Schmidt, a member of the Friends of New Germany which was originally the name of the Bund. The entire sheet is replete with poisonous darts. One of their writers, for example, states in the April 1st issue "Today, after all it does not matter, at least now, how we get into this war. The main thing is how we get out of it. and we have got to be victorious." Other persons affiliated with this sheet are Wagner of St. Louis. Mo.. Walter Knippcl of Sheboygan. Wis.. Hans Reichel of Chicago and Kurt Mertig of New York. All of the men are well-known as exponents of Hitlerism. The Grand Jury in Detroit has voted indictments against Parker Sage's un-American "National Worker's League," If action against this group is successful, it will put out of existence one of the most corroding forces presently operating in America. Sage has been intimately connected with German Bund activities in Detroit, having spoken at many of their rallies. He was expelled from the United Automobile Worker's Union on charges of being a labor spy. He was also associated with the infamous Black Legion. When the Dies Committee raided his home on January 7th, 1942, more than $1,200 in brand new bills was found hidden in the house. Also associated with Sage is William Lyman, Jr., presently subpoenaed before the Grand Jury in Washington conducting investigations in subversive activities. FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1942 FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0 8 2 8 ELECT JOHN D. NOBLE FULL TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1 • Eighteen Years in Dade County. • Veteran of World War No. 1. • 2 Years Director of Miami Realty Board. • l Year Chairman of Board's Zomng Committee. • 3 Years Chairman of Dade County Zoning Board of Adjustment. SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. MAY 5th. 1942 (Paid Political Adv FOR SUPREME COURT ELECT JUDGE H. L. (TOM) SEBRING HIS JUDICIAL RECORD WAR RANTS HIS PROMOTION NOW (Paid Political Adv VOTE FOR BARNEY COHEN CANDIDATE CONGRESSMAN-AT-LARGE Subject to Democratic Primary PLATFORM [ 1. Speedy, victorious prosecution of war. I 2. Outlaw by Legislation strikes and lockouts in War Industries, Transportation and Communication, for the duration with a limitation of profits on war contracts. 1 3. Preservation of American Constitutional Government. 4. Elimination of waste. 5. Mobilization of all resources for the War Effort. 6. Extermination of all Fifth Column activities. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE GRACIOUSLY APPRECIATED (Paid Political Adl RE-ELECT J. D. "Jim" REDD COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 5 MY SERVICES TO YOU SHOW RESULTS 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE YOUR CONTINUED VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED (Paid Politic*! Adv.)


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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942 ••Jewish FkrkHan THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Y M. H. A. To Conduct Ninth Annual Bazaar All is in readiness for the Ninth Annual Bazaar to be held at the Y M. H. A. Clubrooms on Saturu evening, May 2nd, and all day Sunday, May 3rd. Many novelties will feature the occasion There will be thrills and surprises for everyone, young and old. There will be pony rides for children. There will be dancing. There will be fortune telling booths, merchandise booths, cage booths, etc., etc. Harry Schwartz, chairman of the Bazaar Committee, has left no stone unturned to make this the outstanding event of its kind ever held at the "Y". Everyone is invited and admission is free to one and all. A special invitation has been extended to all the service men in the Greater Miami area to partake (if the activities as guests of the Y. M. H. A. All candidates entered in the May 5th primaries have been asked to be present at the Bazaar so that they may be introduced to the public and meet their friends. No speeches will be made. George Rachlin, Chairman of the Ticket Committee has informed your scribe that his department is looking forward to great success in their sales of tickets. In the entertainment field, we have received the splendid cooperation of Leon Cramer, an outstanding entertainer for many years on the stage and who has appeared in several of our Cavalcade of Stars shows, who will act as Chairman of the Entertainment Department. Music for both nights will be furnished by the one and only Sid Lewis, (No relation to Ted) who has been starred most of the season at one of the swanky night clubs in this area. We are, indeed, happy to state that we have received splendid cooperation from every individual and concern who has been contacted in connection with this annual event. The following members of the committee are assisting the Chairman: Joseph A. Berman, Nat Blumberg, Fred K. Shoehet, Leo Ackerman, Jack Apte, Samuel Beckman, Al Berkowitz, Phil Berkowitz, David Brown, George Chertkof, Leo Eisenstein, George Goldberg, Larry Grossberg, E. Albert Pallot, Dr. Harold Rand, Al Reisman, Leo Robinson, Frank Rose, Sam Seithn, Pete Silverman, A J. Tobin, Herman Waitsman, Mrs. Herman Slepian, Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Charles Strauss. Mrs. Charless Blau, Mrs Louis Kotkin, Mrs. J. J. Berman, Mrs. Irene Kirstein, Mrs. Chas Feldman, Mrs. Milton Friedman Mrs. William Friedman, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Harry Hacker, Mrs. Minnie Lavine Mrs. Marcy J. Levinson, Mrs. Ben Markowitz. Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. J. J. Ritwe, Mrs. Maurice Sager, Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Miss Frances Ginsberg. Other divisions of the "Y" assisting the committee are: G. P. C. Girls Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, A. Z. A. and the Ahmy Girls. A first aid unit will be present with Mrs. Essie Schaffer and Mrs. Rose Ehrlich in charge. Notice to parents: A special booth has been set up for the children who will be cared for by members of the Girl Scouts and the Ahmy Girls. This will give the parents an opportunity to relax their minds for the few hours they may be on the premises Sunday afternoon. Y. W. H. A. The Annual Mothers Day affair sponsored by the Y. W. H. A. will be held Sunday evening. May 10th. This year the guests of honor will be mothers of the men in the service. PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S W. Hth Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street PALM BEACH NOTES Clifford Ricks has enlisted in the armed forces. SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha -5:30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p. m Saturday... 9:00 a. m. SPECIAL 10 Reducing Treatments $10 (This offer void after May 6th) Includes cabinet baths, shower, Swedish massage and corrected 211 Seybold Bldg.. Ph. 3-7311 D. J. Dooley — 8. E. Schwartz of the D. J. DOOLEY REALTY CO. 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH CECIL BROCK SERVICE STATION 245 N. W. 1st Avenue "STAY THRU MAY" A. H. BRANNON First State Bank of Miami Springs "STAY THRU MAY" NATIONAL 5-10c STORE 2170 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla. "STAY THRU MAY" MARTIN HAMPTON ARCHITECT 431 W. 41st Street Miami Beach, Florida GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. O. M. BAYAN, President 50 West Flagler Street Pro Patria This week, we pause to salute Private Soloman Zelesnick, formerly of the football team of the University of Miami and a frequent visitor to our synagogue, who has joined the armed service this week. We pray for his safety and security and hope he will return to the midst of his loved ones with glory and honor. Dedication The dedication of the Stained Glass Windows in the memory of departed members has been scheduled for Sunday afternoon, May 10th. Rabbi Kellner will deliver the Memorial address and John C. Temple will be chairman of arrangements. Max Rifas, president of the congregation, will preside. Sunday School Closing exercises of the Sunday School will be held on Sunday, May 10th at 10:30 a. m. As this is Mother's Day, the program presented will center around the theme, "The Place of the Jewish Mother in History and the American Mothers in the Present Crisis." Jewish Radio Hour Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will conduct the Jewish Radio Hour this Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock on Station WIOD. The topic will be "Bonds of Freedom That Bind Free Men." The music program will be omitted because of the Sephira. Lag B'Omer Program The children of the Talmud Torah will have their annual Lag B'Omer party on Tuesday, May 5th at 4 p. m. The highlight of the afternoon will feature a marble contest which will be supervised by Teddy Sackowitz, member of our Sunday School. Sermon Schedule On this Shabbos morning, at 10:30 o'clock, Rabbi Kellner will preach on "Priest and Prophet." At 6 in the afternoon, Rabbi Kellner will discuss the fourth chapter on the "Ethics of the Fathers." The Shales Suddous repast will be served this week by A. Delman. Herman Held, son of Mrs. Pearl Held, is home on a furlough. He is in the Marine Corp. Bar Mitzvah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Singer of Delray Beach was held Saturday morning at the Beth El Temple. A reception followed the services. Final arrangements were completed for the carnival dance of the Beth El Congregation and Sisterhood which is to be held Monday night at Sher Memorial Hall. Mrs. Barney Blicher, chairman of the Victory Book Campaign, has received compliments from the Defense Council on the splendid work that she and her committee has done. The semi-monthly card party of the Beth El Congregation was held Sunday night at the Sher Memorial Hall. Mrs. S. Gross was hostess assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Martz. F Mr. and Mrs. Simmon Barkan. Brooklyn, N. Y. announce the marriage of their niece, Edith Rice, and Schuyler Barron Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Lee, solemnized in New York on March 12th. Mrs. Lee is a ballet dancer and musician. Mr. Lee is now in foreign service with the J. S. Government. They plan to make their home in Florida ifter the war. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED RE-ELECT TO CONGRESS PAT CANNON Fald Political Adv. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN PARAGON PAINTS • "IT ANCHORS TO THE SURFACE" • """OR THE DISCRIMINATING" 545 We Flapjer Street PHONE 3-474S "STAY THRU MAY" BLUE MOON BEER GARDEN •40 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami. Fla. L. D. HAYNES 5811 N. W. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 7-2359 "STAY THRU MAY" J. W. PEARCE MARINE ENGINEER CONTRACTOR 3101 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 4-9975 INVISIBLE MENDINO Burn Tears, Moth Holes Rewoven KATHRYN ERB Congress Bldg. Ph. 3-4028 "STAY THRU MAY" FIN-NOR MACHINE SHOP 21 N. W. 9th St. Ph. 2-7128 ** Your Led licat*Mn p or the B H t 11 Cotu No Mor. OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago 'STAY THRU MAY" FLORIDA PAPER BOX CO.. INC. PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS Ph. 3-2906 24 N. W. 29th St. B'nai B'rith Lodge extends to Brother Al Green, the editor of this column, our sincere condolences at the bereavement of his beloved mother. Brother Green is relieved from the writing of this column for the next several weeks. Sholem Lodge is going ahead with its plans for its annual Mother's Day community celebration, which will be held at Temple Israel on Sunday, May 10th, at 8 p. m. The Ladies Auxiliary, headed by Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, is actively at work preparing the program with the cooperation of several other of the leading Jewish organizations in Miami who are co-sponsoring this affair. It is expected that General Wooten will be announced as the main speaker. Let this notation suffice for this week's column of interest to B'nai B'rith readers. A guest columnist will be appointed to undertake the writing of the column for each of the coming weeks. % VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES DEFENSE SONDS AND STAMPS Ed Hamilton LaFRANCE Cleaners & Dyers 244 N. W. 35th Street "STAY THRU MAY" S. M. PERKINS INGRAHAM BUILDINQ -The Best Time of the Year— "STAY THRU MAY" Meat Cutters Local 542 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2201 "STAY THRU MAY" RED APPLE MARKET 144 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 2-9935 "STAY THRU MAY" REISMAN Wholesale Butchers 29th Street—Hialeah PHONE 8-2421 "STAY THRU MAY" SURGICAL SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6683 CLYDE R. 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FRIDAY, MAY 1. 1942 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach +Jewistincridrian MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenua Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0408 2263 S. W. 21at Terraca Services Mornings, 7 and 8:30; Saturday. 7 and 9 a. m. Evenings, 7:30 and 8 o'clock. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturdays at 7:45 p. m. Rabbi MI'M heloff will preach on the portion of the week. Junior Service* Special synagogue services for young people are held each Saturday at 9 a. m. All children voung men and women are cordially invited. Minnionaires Boys over thirteen are welcome to attend the Minnionaire serThe e & i aCi l Sunda y at 9 am. Ji h^t e f rh ?l servcs a commun al breakfast thereafter. Sermon ab £i Mcscheloff will preach this Saturday on the subject i2&S %  Cantor M mches will chant the services. Sisterhood Meeting Our Sisterhood will hold its monthly meeting this Monday afternoon at 1 p. m in our synagogue. An interesting program has been prepared which will include prolessional entertainment, our rabbi and cantor, and an invocation by Mrs. Mescheloff. Officers for the new year will be elected at this meeting. Refreshments will be served A report on our April Sisterhood card party will be tendered. All women are urged to come. School Outing Our Religious School will celebrate Lag B'Orner with a children s outing this Tuesday afternoon. All children in attendance in any of our school classes are PAGE NINE ELECT YOUR FRIEND GEORGE S. OKELL STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP THREE Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated (Paid Political Advertisement by Friends) RE-ELECT CHARLES H. CRANDON T O T H E invited A chartered bus will wfthVh s ,y nagogue at 3:45 p. m. with the children under the care o our teachers. They will be ? L L n m llk and cookies on arrival at the Matheson Hammock picnic grounds. They will take part in games, athletic contests, songs, etc. Awards will be given to JSSSSSA o ur Parem Tcachcrs Children will be under the care of our faculty at all times, and will be returned by bus to our ?.??t g0gUC a t 7:3 p m Children must record at our office their w!u1' 00 of -joining in this outing by Monday afternoon. Mizrachi Picnic The Miami Beach Mizrachi will conduct its annual Lag B'Orner picnic this Tuesday at the Matheson Hammock picnic grounds. Chartered buses will pick up members and gueste at the synagogue and at 9th Street and Washington Avenue at 9:45 a m and at the half hour after that till noon. An enjoyable program has been arranged for the day. Lunch and refreshments will be distributed on the grounds. Tickets must be obtained in advance and can be had at our synagogue office. Graduation Exercises The graduation exercises of our Religious School will be held Sunday, May 17th at 8 p. m. in our synagogue building. An elaborate and impressive program is being worked on. Our graduates, members of our school, our glee club, and members of our alumni will take part in the program. Awards and honors will be distributed. Refreshments will be served by the graduates' mothers. The affair will be free and open to the public. Habanoth A record attendance was had at this week's meeting of our Habanoth at the home of Mrs. Mescheloff. Mrs. Anne Slotsky led in the playing of games after the regular meeting. Our next meeting will be held Tuesday at 7:30 at the same place. Girls between the ages of 12 and 15 can apply for membership. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabath services Friday at 8 p m. Sermon subject, "Shangri-La." Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club, 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood meeting Monday at 8 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Daniel Richter, 1233 N. Rio Vista Blvd. Sewing session for the Red Cross, British War Relief Society, Bundles for America, etc. Tuesday from 1 to 5 p. m. A Liberal Synagogue serving Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Broward County, Florida. "STAY THRU MAY" SCHREIBER BAIT & TACKLE SHOP 517 Weit Avenue Ph. 5-1923 I WANT MY MILK LEGAL NOTICES County Commission He has brought to the Board a dignified, honest and businesslike administration of its affairs. As Chairman of the Committee to Defend America, for two years, he fought day and night in support of the Administration, and in combating un-American activities. (Paid for by Charles H. Crandon) B. F. PATY FOR Congress FOURTH DISTRICT An aggressive prosecution of 1 the war. both by attack and I aetense, may be accomplished Y maximum capacity produc h,ch may "• a"aned by n an out cooperative effort y 8ii. Our Financial policy should "• such as to eliminate all unnecessary public spending and Prevent any profiteering. F ,„' a n,s ,established in South ib !" f r ,he P r >d"ction of %  nrf &f •' canmn 3 of vegetables natne lilee are needed to help hU „i ur !" iu tary forces. If govern n ,s agreeable to the CmS% il nat 'ally folratl at the excessive freight gh which Florida pay. will he r ,a J a e t d e n a PMit With YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice IH hereby given that the undersigned, purHuant to Chapter 2095S, l-iw.s ot Florida. 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the name of '"LION TRAPINO COMPANY." WI1J.IAM H. GRONER, Owner 4/17-24 5/1-S-lj BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? BOB TAYLOR YOUR COUNTY SOLICITOR will be in your neighborhood during this campaign, and hopes to talk to each of you. If time does not permit his seeing you personally. Bob wants you to know he appreciates your support, past and future. HE-ELEC T NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I. M. Grossman Is engaged In business under the fictitious name of ZION FOOD (•ENTER—VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT at 1429 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I. M. GROSSMAN GEORGE CHERTKOF S e W "* P Attorney for Applicant 4/17-24 i/l-S-15 ROBERT R. TAYLOR (This adv. paid for by "Taylor for Solicitor Committee, 1 G. L. Qruw, chairman LEWIS C. WAGNER CANDIDATE FOR County Commissioner DISTRICT 2 PLEDGES—IF ELECTED. TO FOSTER AN EFFORT TO INDUSTRIALIZE SOME OF THE OUTLYING SECTIONS OF DADE COUNTY, AND WILL PUT FORWARD EVERY EFFORT TO ATTRACT AND OBTAIN INDUSTRIES THAT WILL BRING A "YEAR-ROUND" PAYROLL TO DADE COUNTY. ,YP,V?T VOTES FOR LEWIS C. WAGNER MEAN PAYROLLS FOR DADE COUNTY ELECT LEWIS C. WAGNER COUNTY-WIDE POLL. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Paid Political A.w. S&WW&Z&d c.lebrat.d, failgoing smooth-riding stroamlinor THE SILVER METEOR /s^ ofCbmtef The Silver Meteor leaves !" Miami daily at 9:35 A.M. Makes NewYork in 25 hours. Modern Pullman sleeping cars, luxuriously appointed reclining-seat coaches. Fine dining service. Three lounge cars. Air-conditioned throughout. Triple-noil Diesel-electric locomotives. Reservationi MUST he made in advance. %  ( (Paid Political Adv.) Contufc... # tKktt tfMt *r T. W. LUCKITT. A.IP.A. 173 E. Flatter St, MM. FtorMa. Itl. 3-J3S1 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! I FOR THE WELFARE OF YOUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS—RE-ELECT Russell F. Hand MEMBER Board of Public Instruction DISTRICT NO. 2 Running for Re-Election on my record of more than seven years active service in the Dade County School System, and the continuation of a sound, efficient non-political business administration.


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J> PAGE TEN *Jenistncridlai]_ FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR Boxerman /*^^ to ^T^H^f JK^ Lest We Forget Miami Beach's own WKAT is presenting a new radio program dramatizing men and events in American history as a regular Wednesday evening ire at 3:45 p. m. One of the best programs on the air. it is titled: "Lest '•' %  %  Forget Our Constitution" ... It is the fourth in s of "Lest We F programs which have been broadcast for the past two years over 1450 radio stations and used in 'over 1.000 school systems throughout the country. •Lest We Forget" tells the true stories of the men whose vision ^ and persistence made possible our democratic government I It seeks to meet a popular demand for programs on our nation's foundations, to refresh our I minds on the rights and duties of citizens, to insure deeper unl derstanding and appreciation ot democratic procedures and above all. to develop national strength through a sense of unity. Miami Jewish men and women, boys and girls, will find "Lest i We Forget" well worth hearing 1 and should tell others to listen to it too WKAT should be I deluged with letters of congratu%  lations from listeners for its pub1 lie spirited action in presenting programs like "Lest We Forget. History in the Making The Miami ADL office now is cathering material from which it 1 clans to prepare a history of the Miami Jewish community .Much of the data is being collected by means of personal interviews with early Miami Jewish community leaders Other data is being gleaned from the i minutes of various organizations.' early letters and other documents Already interviewed j ve been Daniel Cromer. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Plant, Harry I. Magid, Rabbi Jacob Kaplan Anyone with papers or personal reminiscences who can throw light on the early foundaions of the Miami Jewish cornmun.tv should contact the local ^ys^tne Armed Services Nazi propagandists and wouldbe American fuehrers have been sDreading the lie that the Jews Parted this war (not Hitler).and are letting everybody else do the fighting %  We have been gathering material incessantly to disprove this canard and despite difficulties of collecting such information with a high degree of accuracy, we have been able to get sufficient facts to show that Jewish boys are doing their full share in the war effort—if not far more We have already told ] about the high percentage of Jew• ish bovs among the first ,D fliers, to be decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross for valor. Now we learn that among St. Petersburg bovs serving in the armed fores. 14 are Jewish, two of them refugees, and that among St. Augustine boys in the armed forces, also 14 are Jewish According to the latest available American Jewish committee population figures. St. Petersburg has about 500 Jewish residents and St. Augustine. 250 .. In short, five and one-half percent of St Augustine's Jewish population and two and three-fourths OCTcent of St. Petersburg's Jewish population are in the armed forces. These percentages are probably much higher, since all the names of Jewish boys serving their country were not obtained ... Of the entire U. S. population of some 140,000.000. about 3 000.000 are now in the army navy and marines or slightly more than two percent looks like the Jewish boys are doing more than their share as far as St. Petersburg and St. Augustine are concerned—and when more accurate figures are made available, if ever, on what part Jewish bovs are playing in this war. the Jewish boys will never have to be ashamed of their records. "STAY THRU MAY" TAMIAMI CYCLE CO. 151 S. W. 8th St., Miami "STAY THRU MAY" TARADASH PROPERTIES. INC. 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida ELECT r m *n f Jak ""--* Troy C. Davis To The Board of Public Instruction DISTRICT NO. 2 He Aspires to Serve You Faithfully in This Important Post Non-Political. Honest. Efficient Business Administration of the School System. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES MAY, 1942 He Solicits Your Vote and Support (Paid Political Adv.) RE-ELECT Marshall C. Wiseheart TO LEGISLATURE GROUP 2 Experienced Representation For Dade County 1 Paid Political Adv.) VOTE FOR Dr. Henry C. Arnold ,A School Man for a School Job) for School Board District No. 1 Experienced Teacher, Professional and Business Man YOLR VOTE IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED Former Member Public Instruction in Kentucky Subject to Democratic Primaries. 1942 i Paid Political Adv ) DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH S27 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry ELECT TO State Legislature GROUP NO. 3 FRANK B. DOW LING When servinq as your Representative in the State Legislature I pledge to apply the same principles of common sense business economy to state government that you and I find necessary to successfully conduct our own private business. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED (Paid Political Adv. i.y Friends) YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED ELECT Raymond J. DAVIS Railroad Commissioner GROUP ONE Fair Honest (Paid Political Ad IT LIKES YOU N. P. "NEIGHBOR" RE-ELECT TO Congress Pat Cannon One Good Term Deserves Another There is no Substitute for Experience Paid Political Adv. LOWREY —FOR— COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 "THANKS NEIGHBOR" Your loyal support has made it a pleasure to serve Dade County as ONE of your FULL TIME County Commissioners. If re-elected I renew my pledge that I will exert my every effort to further develop the resources of Dade County and to Conserve its wealth towards a progressive, business-like administration. There is no substitute for experience. Subject to Democratic Primary May 5th Paid Political Adv. RE-ELECT Van E. Blanton TO THIS IS NO TIME TO SWAP EXPERIENCE AND PROVED ABILITY FOR INEXPERIENCE! For Railroad Commissioner (Group One) Vote to Re-elect EUGENE S. MATTHEWS He has a long record of able, and efficient service as Railroad Commissioner and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends and acquaintances to do likewise. (Political odvortsemtnt paid for by wpporttn oi Eugtne S Matthcwi) BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 1 HE HAS SERVED YOU FAITHFULLY HE WILL NOT BETRAY YOUR CONFIDENCE HE DEVOTES HIS ENTIRE TIME TO THE OFFICE (Paid Political Adv.) VOTE FOR GAUTIER, JR. For State Legislature GROUP 1 SENSIBLE GOVERNMENT Not Merely a Pledge— A Necessity! (Paid Political Adv_)