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The Jewish Floridian ( April 21, 1944 )

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United Appeal Fund Quarter Million Dollars! Fund Raising WorkersElated Over Results ihJbe\wiisltUElliOiriidliiaun ^THE JEWISH UNITY F THE J E W I S H WEE MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS U. J. A. BROADCAST OVER WKAT TO BE HEARD NEXT SUNDAY An enthusiastic gathering at 6.0 -i present at the Clergy tottitute held last Monday when leadjfAmbers oi the Clergy of this Joseph Schildkraut. Louis Calhern. and Elizabeth Bergner. noted stage and screen stars, will take part in a nationwide broadcast over the Blue Network on Sunday evening. April 23rd at 11:30 p.m. (E.W.T.) under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas Needs and Palestine, over local Station WKAT. Entitled "FIGHTERS ALL." the broadcast will present dramatizations depicting the heroic role of the Jews in the war for freedom and how the Joint Distribution Committee. United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service have helped refugees do their full share on the battlefronts of the United Nations. Youth of Miami Cooperating In Rally Services FOUNDATION TO HOLD Surpassing by far, even the greatest expectations, the 1944 United Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation formally Close I with an elaborate wind-up affair last Sunday evening when IGEHS AT TEMPLE P we're present to listen to ami Spate with Dr. Abram L. ghar in the all-day meeting. The Institute was divided into morning and afternoon sessions S forums at both times A luncheon was served to those present between the sessions. Sponsored by the Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami, us national director, Dr. Sachar led the discussions which strove to attain better understanding of the Hebraic heritage and its relationship to mankind and Christianity. Dr. Sachar, professor of history at Illinois, author and lecturer, was presented by Mr. William Kesselman, head of the local foundation. Dr. Sachar look as his topics the •Foundation ol Judaism" in the morning and "Popular Fallacies About the Jews" in the afternoon. Hi emphasized in summarizing his remarks the purptiveness of life as a basic factor of the Hebraic heritage with ill program of activities and action in carrying this out as an another. Active forums followed the afternoon session wherein Dr. Sachar enumerated several fundamentals tending towards the creation and furthering of anti-semitism. He elaborated on the use of the Jew aa the "scapegoat." the psychological factors and a numthe community wil ber Wttt standing democr The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami announces their annual Hillel Night at the Beach Y. W. & Y. W. H. A 1 Lincoln road, on Tuesday. April 25. at 8:00 P. M.. to which the public is cordially invited and urged to be present. A picture of the religious, culLcading Miami youth organizatural and social activities of Hilltions are cooperating in a Youth el House will be presented by Rally at 7:30 P.M. to be held talented Hillelitcs of the UniApril 24th in the auditorium of versity of Miami and by some of Miami Senior High School at 7:30 the men in uniform Hillel serves. P.M. it was announced today by Guests will enjoy several vocal Miss Bettie Frances Harlow. solos, instrumental solos and the chairman. Hillel choir; an original radio A triple trio consisting of boys script; on inter-faith discussion; and girls from the three great exhibition dancing; and other enreligious faiths will discuss "How tertainment. Can We Have A Better World?" All Hillel Committees will parMembers of the trio are: Annette ticipate in the program. The HillJones, Mary Lee Newcomer, Wye el staff will distribute a special Toole, Carmen Estes, Eddie Atedition of the newspaper, kins. Thomas Madden. Leonard Caplin. Irene Jacobs and Bill Baros with the Moderator. Dr. H. Franklin Williams of the University of Miami. A Short inspirational talk will be given by Lorin Coppock. head of the social science department of the Miami Senior High School. The invocation will be the "Prayer for Brotherhood" led by Miss ANNUAL HILLEL NIGHT I vociferous applause greeted the ->XT TTiroTMlV HDPTT Ot announcement that the sum of UN lUtDUAI, /\ri\li. £J $240,000 had been reached to date. The quarter million mark is anBUDGET BODY OF L Leo Ackerman, president of the Margaret Blue of the Baptist StuM & YWHA of Greater Miami, dent Union, Community sngng •vev is being led by Bettie Harlow will follow orth side of with Miss Evelyn Johnson at the YM announces that a sur conducted on the n< Miami to ascertain the need T Following a number of sessions for Piano. John Harlow will follow ()f theif Budgt t Committee, the with the benediction. board of directors of the Greater ticipated by the end of the calendar year. Under the chairmanship of Jake Sher, the drive, preceded by some eight weeks of intensive preparatory effort opened with a breakfast rally on March 19. Over 500 campaign workers participated in the effort to reach the goal of $189,095 set by the budget committee under the chairmanship of .George Chertkof after a series of hearings. Stanley C. Myers, honorary president of the Federation and co-chairman of one of the divisions in the campaign, was chairman of the celebration party at the Wofford Hotel, pinch hitting for Monte Selig, chairman (jf the board who was ill. Mr. Myers introduced Ben Goldman, executive director, who reported in his brief remarks to the more than 700 workers, wives, husbands and friends present that outstanding statistics of the drive were the raising in excess of $100,000 more than last year, the increase in the number of contributors by some 700 and the surpassing of the goal by $50,000, He also noted that over $100,000 was contributed in cash and that over a third of the current drive'* contributors had never before contributed to Federation. Mr. Goldman noted the tribute paid to the Federation by the community, attributing the achievement to careful organization, dynamic leadership, and an The purpose of the Youth RalMiami Jewi need the area, the Miami Y 'v is to give the boys and girls meet in executive : itA n Fl2onwm increasing understanding and apish Fedei at on WUJ ,. eciatlon (jf Federation and what Ni S. Kelle been ecuti al Bounced honor succeeds Charles A. Riegelman who occupied the post unti recent election to the presidency Geneva (JTA)— Two new ORT schools for the training ot Jewish refugee youths in preparation for their return to liberated European countries after the war were opened here at ceremonies attend•dby high government officials. a youth and teen age program. Should the survey show the •; to give me uoys MMJ K" %  = meet in executive session next ••. stands {or H e distributed will than establish an extension an opportunity to ex*"** *T. Tuesday evening. April 2j7 start-! f crt]ficates lQ wofkcrs program in Kaplan Hall. Temple themselves on the major issues In? at 8:15 at the Beach Y. 1 L.nThc celt>bration party began I with a buffet supper from 6:30 of the budget comto 7:30 followed by a report of ntered around ad] tnc divisions. Mr. Sher addressed ions that have been thc gathering briefly, thanking the beneficiary ; ms co-workers for their untiring possible bv the efforts, and expressing his combe welcome fcouth organizations f including overagt railed in_ the campaign D | rU satisfaction with the drive. Improvehad uch isistance increasderameasas :omcan and imunBen Goldman, executive director for his able guidance. Division heads introduced included Messrs. Milton Friedman. Sol Goldstrom. George Bertman. Dave Phillios. Max Orovitz. Herbert Scher, Albert Kahn. Stanley Myers, Carl Weinkle, Jacob Sher. Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Expressions of thanks were extended to absent division heads, Sam Blank. Ben Bronston and Monte Selig. A message from Sam Blank extending greetings and congratulations to the hundreds of workers was read. In a message to the Jewish Floridian, Mr. Blank paid especial tribute to the dynamic leadership of Mr. Sher and joint of the Greater Miami Christian Distribution Committee has openNew York (JTA)-The ...... Youlh Counci Montreal (JTA)—The Legislaed an office in London which will ^.--p PAPFR WII T BE ture of the province of Manitoba work in cooperation with the InWAOla „i^7" OTTY^VKV nas adopted a resolution favoring tergovcrnmental Committee on Refugees. ^ PICKED UP ON SUNDAY the admission of refugees into | Canada. The resolution reads: Waste paper, which is still rated I -Realizing our responsibility in as a war weapon, will be collected j common humanity to relieve the in another county-wide drive suffering and distress of victims Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Reeder, chair-; of N az j terror this House urgently i man of the Dade Defense Council recommends that the Governmen Salvage committee, announced. < „f Canada: Offer sanctuary for Calling attention to the vital • t h e duration of the war, in Canneed fur salvage paper, she urged I a da, to refugees from political or every Dade county citizen to conreligious persecution without re1 tribute to the drive Sunday. ) Rar d to race, creed or financial Coral Gables. Miami Beach and the Army will cooperate by supplving trucks to help collect the paper, along with trucks from the city of Miami. Dade countians have been asked to tie 'heir newspapers and magazines in separate bundles and to place them on the curb in front of their homes, either Saturday night or before 7:30 a.m. Sunday., 1. "On the last drive some people ; didn't put then paper out because it looked hke rain Mis Reeder explained. That does not matter. Thc drive will go Bhapd, rain or shine." (CONTINUED ON PAOE 4) STATISTICS OF 1944 FEDERATION UNITED APPEAL f I 9 t)H al n — o. "Z o o *•• h fen 81 ? 1 1 e resi dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation mar a fc Ve !" ngratulating Mr. Jake Sher, 1944 campaign chair^n upon the remarkhi B ^i,i. m n msufe in this year's campaigi which saw all remarkable achievement broken and a sum near $250,000 raised. Boston (JTA)-Pohce Commissioner Thomas F. Sullivan has assigned a number of detectives to track down the origin of antiSemitic literature which has been flooding Chelsea and other GreatBoston communities, it was 5. ri. Initial Gift $98,247 98 96 Special Gift 47.677 252 214 Ad\ance Gift 32,823 798 576 Men's Division. Miami 932 360 Men's Division Miami Beach 877 397 Women's Division Miami ... 1008 581 Women's Division Miami Beach 1334 708 New Gift 300 79 5599 3011 $118,400 56.225 35.070 4.603 5.289 4.720 5.991 9,775 er annou need here. GRAND TOTALS 5599 3011 $240,073 The 1943 drive of which 98*> has been collecjpd had 2370 contributors participating and raised a total of $140,000.



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f AGE TWO *Jewist>flcrkUar7 FRIDAY, AP RIL 21.1944 *MWWMMMNSW>^WW*^^r^^r^^^^ w '^^^ w ^^^^^ ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES MMWMWWMA MANwwAS*Sa JEWISH WAR VETS The regular meeting of the freda Markowitz Post Ladies Auxiliary of the J.W.V. will be held Monday afternoon. April 24 At 2 o'clock at the YMHA, 1567 %. W. 5th Street, Miami. Arrangements for the national president's visitation will be completed. Important Red Cross projects will be taken up. All members are requested to bring friends. Wives. Mothers. Grandmothers, and Sisters are now eligible as soon as their kin enters any branch of the armed services. SPINOZA FORUM TEMPLE ISRAEL At the Tuesday gathering of ttie Temple Israel Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing Group, the 78th birthday of Mrs. Hannah Sonneborn was celebrated, with ice mam and cake for all present. Mrs Sonneborn has regularly attended all the sewing meetings, and made an enviable record. M. B. JEWISH CENTER^ Mrs. Clyde Epperson will be Ihe guest speaker at the regular Sisterhood meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Monday evening, April 24 at 8:30. Mrs. Epperson is commander of the Dado County Unit of the Women's field army for cancer control. Joseph L. Tepper, of Miami and Washington, will address the Spinoza Forum, this Saturday afternoon, 3 P.M.. under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Topper's topic will be "The Holy Alliance." Next Saturday afternoon, the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum will be Prof. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami. ARBEITER RING of Greater evening of MIAMI PIONEERS TOWER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fii. & Mat. Only Sa, April 21-22 BLASTING THE JAP U-BOAT MENACE! Two Man Submarine WISH TOM NEAL, ANN SAVAGE I. CARROL NAISH Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Tuesday April 22-25 SENSATIONAL TRIAL OF NAZI WAR CRIMINALS None Shall E n scape WITH MARSHA HUNT ALEXADER KNOX HENRY TRAVERS EXTRA! Li'l Abner and all the Dogpatch Gang in "AMOOZIN BUT CONFOOSIN" NEW COLOR CARTOON This Sunday evening at 6:30. April 23. the Pioneer Women of Greater Miami. Club No. 1. will hold their Fifth Annual Donor's Dinner at the Wofford Hotel. Miami Beach. A musical program has been arranged. Miss Ruth Brotinan. talented soprano, accompanied at the piano by Miss Anyuta Melicov, well-known Russian pianist, will entertain with English and Jewish songs. Cantor Abraham 1 Friedman, of Beth Sholom Center, accompanied by Mrs. j. Cameron, will entertain with Hebrew and Russian musical numbers. Speakers on the program will be Rabbi Max Shapiro and Dr. Sonya Kamenetsky. Dr. Kamenetsky spent many years .11 Pahtine, and is an executive of the National Pioneer Women. She Will talk on "Jewish Colonization in Palestine as a Unique Contribution to the World of Tomorrow," The Arbeiter Ring Miami will have an s=""*,entertainment Sunday, April m.i Bureau ol Jewish Education, Executive Committee meeting, Beach v. a p, m Board ol i mi.-. t..r .N meeting. Beach Y. S'.io p. in Jewish Study Croup. .'Ujes 11 in iv sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education In cooperation with the Town Y, IM7 B. w. 5th pjtreet, 1 10 to 9 10 i>. in. Tuesday. April 25th Jewish siinly Cnmp sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education In Deration with the Beach Y. YM ,\. WHA ..f Miami Beach, l Lindon Road, SO p, in. Adolescence 14 to is welcome Wedneaday. April 26th Workmen's Circle Branch No B92. Executive Committee meeting, 8:30 P in Thursday. April 27th Cardiac Home, Benefit, Community Center, 8 p. m. Monday. May 1st Jewish Stud) Group, aces it ti> 18, sponsored by the Bureau '>f Jewish •i>iu -;iimn in cooperation with the Town Y. r.: s. u -,th street, 7:M to 9:30 p m.. Hadamah, Miami Chapter, regulai meeting, t p, m. George Schwartz, a candidate for justice of the peace for District No. 5. subject to the May Democratic primaries, has been a practicing attorney at Miami Beach for the past 12 years, maintaining offices in Miami and Miami Beach. He bases his qualifications on his education, training and experience to administer the office. Schwartz is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Miami, served throe terms as a Democratic precinct committeeman. is a veteran of World War II and is a member of Miami Beach Post 85. American Lesion, and Jewish War Veterans' Post 174. YM. & W.H.A. and Zionist organizations. He recently received an honorable discharge from the army. BEACH Y 1 LINCOLN ROAD IN PLACE OF TUESDAY AS ON PAGE ONE OF THIS EDITION foe/? thesm in tjem MEDICINE CABINET (ffiu&Sm Try Alka-Sflii,, f Haaaaca*. "lfsraias AfUr" AdSar MHCIM, Add ladissstlas. Planaat, prompt, affective. 3 asd 0. ONEQDAY VITAMIN 23 TABLETS Hish Vitamin potency at low al— i INKADA Y Vitamin TabUts. A as* D tablets in the jcUow box—B-Ceav plax tablets in the gr*y box. ^~ PS. MILII ~% L £MBRVUIJ For flln a l awsiw. Irrttahilltj. Hsaaacs*. aad when due to Ncrwoj Use ssu> as directs*. // fj Simplicity Is' Dignity Said a gentleman while inspectinq MOUNT NEBO. MOUNT NEBO has Beauty. Dignity and Peace—and is the ideal site being selected by discriminating families. "It is better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it." Our Director. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Will Conier With You at Your Invitation PHONE 3-3720 FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES MOUNT NEBO ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI To Bigotry No Sanction VOTE FOR W. D. (Bill) JOYCE For Sheriff (Paid Political Adv. by Friends) SID PALMERS FUNERAL HOMFI "SERVING THP IPM„ RAL "UME PHONE 9-2664 TH -FrJ, EWls H CO A FRIEND IN NEED MMUNITY a M0BW. FLAGLER RIVERMONT PAR* SANITARIUM 1SS N. 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FBinAY. APR JL21. 1944 +Jewlsti ncridttun PAGE THREE IM M W ^^^^^^^^WWW O ^^ ^,^ SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS ^ U > -f ^ M ~ %  ~ %  %  l ^* ^ l MAIMMMMWM B'NAI B'RITH GROUP IS NOW OPEN TO GIRLS Anew B'nai B'rith group open ARONOVITZ RELEASES O'CONNOR PROMISES LETTER; FAVORS BAKER ENFORCEMENT OF LAW Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney, to girls above 18 Has been organhas released a letter over his ., %  resident, Mrs. Robert Miss Shirley Baehman of PhilaAK ,, iswi.i.. "%  ; M Ejch • ; i( ;,;;,, d M y ar 1 on Tohrn, living in New York. bens, er, has been Joe Zalis. s now 1668 their SOCIAL Mr mid Mrs. JkUng in their new home. W 14th Terrace, invite "' rriends to B house warming & evSing. April 30th. beJ inninK at 8 o'clock. Miss Harriet Livingstone of New York is spending a week as the house guest ol her cousin. Miss £ Blank ol D.Lido Isle. Mrs J L. HartZ left Wednesday 0 visit with her daughter in Woodm. iv. Long Island. Mr and Mis. H. H. Miller. 1781 S W 23rd Street, have as their houseguests their daughter. Mrs. Arthur Fine of Cincinnati. Ohio, and her two small sons, four-yearold Richard Howard, and twovear-olcl J.rn.ld Norman, who arnved recently. They will remain here l<>i about a month. A cocktail party will be held on Sunday afternoon, April 23rd. from three to five, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield, 2315 N. Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach, in honor of their daughter. Shirley, and Private Harold Greenfield, whose engage ment was announced earlier in the season. Hostesses for the afternoon will be: Mrs Anna Greenized. Last Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Ida Singer, 1853 Jefferson Avenue, the nucleus met to make plans for Hi" organization. Those present were Misses Sue Berger, Sunnie Blodstein, Dorothy Epstein, Elaine Freeman. Marsha Goldberg, Diana Jaffee, Martha KesBler, Shirley Levin, Edith Polansky, Leah Simerick. Ida Singer and Bette Sir. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, members of the Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, were present to aid m getting the group started. Temporary officers elected were Bette Sir. chairman; Ida Singer, .secretary and Sue berger, treasurer. A charter member tea and swim party at the Beach is planned leu April 30. Everyone is cordially invited to join as a charter member. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 26. signature addressed to the citizenry of this area endorsing the candidacy of J. Edwin Baker seeking the office of governor. The letter stated: "We are confronted with the most serious state election in the history of our times. Most of us are not even familiar with the names of the candidates for governor, yet it is so important that we learn the qualifications, standards, background and Repeating his promise that when he is sheriff of Dade County that 'the law will be enforced fairly, honestly and impartially, and for the benefit of all the people of the county," Paul O'Connor, candidate for sheriff spoke to more than 100 people at a meeting of the Silver Bluff Pines association. Continuing his intensive campaign. O'Connor said that in h work as chief of the Miami bureau of the internal revenue detemperament of these men. What (partment for 10 years he had not only been charged with the administrative duties of that office, but that also he had been m charge of the difficult task of tracking down those who sought to evade payment of income tax and other government levies. field, Mrs. Sidney Rosenstock. Mrs. Gus Zuslow. Mrs. Albert! r^J!'" 1 -' and place cal1 5 146 or Seiden. Mrs. Irving E. Greenfield.' 5 lb91 • J uniol „ host t ; ss< s M j ss Mimsye Se_„ „. V MC acyc Tf"* iden. Miss Harriet Rosenstock and ^ DlLL bnAYINL AbKb L\J Miss Barbara Ann Greenfield. BE DELEGATE-AT-LARGE FOR 0. S. SENATE I am about to say is far beyond any political motive which some may nscribe to me. It is vitallv important that no mistakes be made, and take my word for it. mistakes can be made. I went to school as a boy with one of these candidates. His name is Senator J. Edwin Baker. We spent our early lives together. I vouch for him from the bottom of his toes io the top of his head—a fine liberal gentleman. He has pledged his entire cooperation in the war effort to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. None of the other leading candidates have followed h example." Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Health and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 West Ave.. M. B. Ph. 5-1923 OPEN EVENINGS Your Support Appreciated UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Mark Warenhaupt will take place at services at Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. William "Bill" Shayne, active in civic and political circles for a number of years is a candidate \n serve as a delegate-at-large for the State of Florida to the Democratic National Convention to be held in Chicago, July 19. Mr. Shayne is running together with Millard B. CONKL IN "THE DEFENDER OF AMERICANISM" Subject to Democratic Primary —Headquarters— 1019 Security Building i Pol Adv.) Friends are asked to be present. Earnest Overstreet and Walter P. _. ... — Fuller of the men's group and The unveiling of a monument Mrs Walter Clark, Mrs. Beulah 8-IM m Jf ant J son M'a nd M !" Hannah and Mrs. Hayden HarWilliam Goodman 1,65 Bay Road. Ilss of liu women's group, all of Miami Beach will he held next whom are pledged to President Sunday at 12 o clock noon at the Roosevelt Jewish Section of the Woodlawnj Ml shayne has been a prime Park Cemetery. Arrangements m()VL r ol the Democratic party were made by Sidney H. Palmer G f the state serving as a state of the Palmer Monument Co. 'chairman of activities of the ^^^^= I Young Democrats of Florida. He is a past Exalted Ruler of the — %  M iami Elks and recently was Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mintz.er, elected for a five-year term as announce the birth of a daughter.i trustee. He is a member of the Sunday. April 16 at the Jackson i United States Coast Guard ReBuy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. ELECT H. M. JACKSON BIRTHS Memorial Hospital. WEDDINGS On Sunday afternoon April 23. Miss Muriel Sawitz and Lt. Arnold Rosen will be married at Temple Israel with Rabbi Jacob Taishish officiating. DR. TANNENBAUM NOW OFFICER STATE BODY Dr. Charles Tamunbaum was elected to the Board of Directors of the Southeastern Florida Pharmaceutical Association at a meeting held last week. A. William Morrison was unanimously elected president. serve, serving as chief bos'n mate, and junior commander of his flotilla. He is a member of innum-1 erable organizations and served | as the first president of the Gov%  ernor's Club of the Miami Y. Mr. Overstreet is at present tax | collector for Dade County, appointed by Governor Holland and is an ardent Democrat. Together with Walter P. Fuller and the women's group, they are asking for solidarity for the Democratic party, believing that thePresident should continue in office during these critical times in order that the war may be won and to insure a just and lasting peace. Buy War Siamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. ROBERT THOMAS MANSION 1721 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH HARRY MARKOWITZ. Management NOW MAKING RESERVATIONS MAY JUNE %  JULY Home Folks — Vacation Home — Hotel Rooms — On the Ocean in Homelike Atmosphere—Private Beach LIMITED ACCOMMODATIONS SEE MR. E. C. DECKER. MGR. PHONE 58-2773 1944 WAR FUND a a LETS GIVE "FOR ACTION" YOUR STATE Representative Group 2 "ALL DADE COUNTY VOTERS VOTE FOR JACKSON" (Paid Pol. Adv. b) Friends) J. C. (JACK) KIMBALL FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 5th DISTRICT Subject to Democratic Primariei Endorsed by Many Prominent Citizen* PLEASE PULL LEVER 19-B (Paid Pol. Adv.) Mount Sinai Memorial Park \ "Owned and Operated by Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Ass'n A COMMUNITY CEMETERY Affiliated Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jacob. Miami Jewish Orthodox, Schaarei Zedek and Sisterhood 6j Chesed Shel Ernes N .-' %  %  V,Y//?WW99WS7W9W yWWv^^ EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of til matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient nd courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. IllL *jf(-***€*<+•* When Yon Pay For !" WATCH REPAIRS Why Not Get the Best HAVE AN ACCUHATI TIMEKEEPER ] 12 u Wa8hino tn Avenue Miami Beach, 5-7777 In New York 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Technical training and yean of esperienco only can make a man watchmaker. You'll find auch •killi at Daailf'i Get the beat — It eosta ae more. e JEWELRY IEMIRIM DANZIG'S Jeweler* JO HALCVON ABC0l |4Sf MoalerSt. FOR A TRUE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ELECT GEORGE SCHWARTZ JUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT 5 Subject to May Primaries (Paid Political Adv.) (Paid I'ol. Adv. by Prlenda) RE-ELECT B. (BABE) DOUGLAS AS RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Continue to profit from the services of a public servant of proven ability, experience, integrity and a desire to be of service to the public and his fellow citizens. His decisions have been based upon evidence end he will continue to follow that policy. > • %  I j. I



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! V, • A PAGE FOUR +Je*lstofk>rldiian ^m 19^ The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami t-fr6l '\Z lIHdV 9i HaewnN 'Avamj "vaiHoia iwvrw MM.fi '82 NVSIM L\ awmoA HISTORY IN THE MAKING The Jewish Community in Miami is making history—and making it fast. It is breaking precedents, shattering past performances and establishing new records all in breathtaking style. Ofttimes a growing community gains momentum all too fast, making mistakes, causing waste of precious time, energy and funds. As have other communities, we are making our errors, diverting useful endeavor to lesser important underAhnim Znurous. AU children ol takinas. temnomrilv nni ctronnthoninn V.o linl/o < v.o #fc4 the Talmud Torah participate. Services -for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center: Kabbalas Shabbas Service at 7:15 P.M. on Friday. April 21st. Saturday morning. April 22nd, services will be held at 9:00 at which lime Rabbi Irv! ing Lehrman will speak on "The Spirit That Moves Men." Phillip Brooks will be Bar Mizvah. Cantor A. D. Wolf will chant the service. Junior Congregation at 10 A. M. Shalos S'udos at 7 P.M. Shaari Zedek: Kabbalas Shabbas Service at 7:15 P.M. Friday. Beginning this Saturday morning, Senior Services will begin at 8.30 followed by Junior Services at 10:30 A.M. with Rabbi Simon April speaking on "A Strange Fire." Junior Services are complete with students of the Talmud Torah—Shachns. Heading of the Law, Moosaf Service, and Singing -TIDBITS FROM EVER Muctfy Gonjiclmtial -By PHINEAS J. BIRONtakings, temporarily not strengthening the links of the chain ft? .Talmud Torah participate, .v -ii -7 i ... Adults are cordially invited to fnrrt anil nmto rrr%H 4/-v*-*i*** .-r.1 %  *- that will unite and fortify us. the^inspiring^Junior'Se'rvices] At 6 P.M. Mincha Service folowed by a discussion of the Ethics of TL. C-J u n the Fathers conducted by Rabbi The federation has just formally completed its masterful April. Shalos S'udos and Maerev campaign, the drive exceeding its qoal by $50,000, far more folll,w 'Sunday School at 10 A. .t. IM. Talmud Torah classes daily. Bctth Jacob: Friday evening service at 7:15. Saturday services at 7 and 9 A.M. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will address the continuants. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the service. Shaloa S'udos at 7:11 I'M. Regular MizrachJ meeting Saturday evening in the Community building. Beth David: Friday Of note is the new ritualariam (Mikveh) now approaching completion on Miami Beach. Discussed pro and con as to its need and necessity many are watching its reception and the mark it will make upon the community. In all events, it marks an epoch. The city council of Miami Beach approved the permit calling than was anticipated taking into consideration the good financial conditions existant. Salient points of the drive were the excellent lay and professional leadership and guidance, the increase of contributors, a third more than previously with 3,000 participants and the percentage of increase over other campaigns. With contributions still dribbling in, the fund is expected to reach the quarter million mark by .he end of the calendar year. Recalling that just a few years ago, the entire service at 7:15. Saturday morncommunity gave but some twenty thousand dollars to worthy j^n.or^Congregauon at "ioVS! causes, the difference speaks for itself. Miami in Ihis endeavor MAt this time Rabbi Max Shaba set an example for the rest of the country tc follow. giro will expound the portion of Temple Israel. Regular Friday evening services at 8:15. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish" topic will be "Friendship—How Can We Rccngnize It?" Reception will immediately follow services. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation: Services are scheduled lor Friday at 7:15 p.m. and Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and 7:15 p.m Daily services at 8:30 a.m. and 7:25 p.m. Bl 2 h i Snolpm: Services are for the erection of another synagogue Beth Tfiloh in that city The'go's. SJES^IMB K& to be built on Euclid Avenue and Tenth Street. Considerable BS£ pSSSXH %*£?* discussion is in ihe air with regard to the construction of a SeakTn'"cSu^^wJ? H reformed temple in the vicinity of 22nd Street, and both orthodox f^wu Planning." Camor Abr'i congregations in the south west are planning additional strucH"'| ^S'n'V^' Chanl t,,, • mu tures. one a recreation center. ffi in"She" &£|ffiffJg ing. The social will be held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M BergsThe Halle) Foundation at the University of Miami is in the S£SSSSiffS£ of ft process of revamping its building near the University so that ^P 1 *; Sabbath morning servjt. physical set-up can meet the needs already evidenced by 33 SftiF&S ffLtiS?* the reception and response of the students. Hillels program is m full swing and we will have an opportunity to witness some of the results and activities next Tuesday evening at the B'nai B nth meeting when the students will present an eveninq's varied program. There is no doubt of the value of Hillel and with the anticipated expansion of the University of Miami it will fdl a major need of our chidren. The Clergy Institute saw history made when ministers of IS FINAL FIGURE (CONTINUED^ROM PAGE 1) his co-workers. The geniality ...-., „.„ ot i' nL 'rfiy and driving determination theu hair down to discuss the many problems confronting them I ,h f m ^lves.; he said WhS with reference to the Jewish people. Not bv anv mJ„,75Crt^ al w tl V e entire >untry the Institute sponsored by HiL solved £&*?! ^^^^t^l^ give all those present food for though: and through them to the* SSJBnffir&S Sttfft ^ consl.tuency a source of material that will allay their fears and : HR* ^SSfft £*£.&£: enswer any of their doubts bl \£y to worthy causes bpunM Mr. Blank was in receipt of a telegram from Henry Montor uKtT Vi > Caiman tftnc United Jewish Appeal which stais important not alone from CORAL GABLES' FINEST CLOSED EVERY FRIDAY FOOD FOR THE EPICURE stNTIMjA HOTEL Thanks I want to thank my many patient friends who attended my opening days last Saturday and Sunday Such wholehearted response demands the best in food and service, and this ... I promise to give. VICTOR the affair was .2 BI ? up srir^SfflEir* WE REPORT Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy, who, as y 0u u, is actively interested in fighting anti-Semitism, recenty i u*' friend: "I am not pessimistic, but I am very much worried Despite all this good will talk, anti-Semitism is on the inci and threatens to assume really violent manifestations" TL Associated Press has sent the Protestant Textbook Co • sion a letter apologizing for the unfair treatment given in AP dispatch to the speech Representative Curley made on th floor of the House about Jewish heroism in the war T sponse to a number of inquiries: Yes, Walter Winchell is I I u and never has denied it ... Representative Clare Boothe L who is not exacty a friend of the Roosevelt administration 11 be the keynoter at the Republican Convention—and also at th dinner marking the 20th anniversary of the British-Americ treaty of 1924, which guaranteed that no change would be mad in the political status of mandated Palestine without American consent .... The dinner is being sponsored by the Zionist Revisionists. THE HARRYS HAVE IT Harry Richman, over-age for Army service, is going overseas soon with a USO entertainment unit There he hopes to run across his older brother, Lou, who has been overseas with the Army for quite some time now Lou, who used to run a night club on Broadway, but whose age is not a matter of public knowledge the way brother Harry's is, got into the Army by decaring he was fifteen years younger than he actually is And if you don't think it's an achievement for a man of 59 to get away with a fib like that, just try it when you're rising sixty Harry Hershfield tells us that New York State Supreme Court Justice Aaron J. Levy was a close friend and traveling companion of the late Jack London, though you won't find this fact mentioned in any of the London biographies Harry Zarief, father of those quadruplets, is a musician, and so knows from experience that management is important for one (or four) in the pubic eye ... So the quads have been signed up by an agency, which has already signed, in their behalf, contracts mounting into the tens of thousands of dollars ... On the Zaiief's home block, by the way, the gossip is that the recent change of the family name from Friedman to Zarief was made on the advice of some New York newspapermen, who argued that the name Friedman didn't lend itself to national publicity LITERARY DEPARTMENT Rachel Baker, author of the best-selling biography "The First Woman Doctor," owes her success to a bargain she concluded with her husband, Joseph Baker, a couple of years ago According to the bargain, Joseph was to work hard for five years without the cooperation of his wife, who had been his pardnei right along This gave her time to write her book in between caring for her apartment and children ... In return, Rachel is to support the family for the next five years, giving Joseph a chance to write a best-seller of his own Ossip Dymow, the gifted playwright, journalist and short story writer, will be feted at a private celebration to mark a half century of literary work Ossip started to write while still in knee fSnSi Y, y R Hurwich is the publisher of a new monthly called Newspaperman ... It is a journal of fact, fiction, humor and opinion written by working newspapermen exclusively, tor newspapermen Harry shows a great deal of courage I hose of us who own the ten-volume Univeisal Jewish Encyclopedia (publication of which is now complete) are particularly delighted with the extra "Reading Guide and Index" volume compiled by Dr. Simon Cohen, director of research orheLncycopedia ... The index, entiled "The Seven-Branched E\5 i %  i e eference s arranged in seven main groups, and readers desianed to facilitate independent study by its STAGE AND SCREEN .... John Wexley. one of our better writers for stage and screen, wn, S'V^t 6 ** m V now • • One of his hits, you remember, "wlf ntlUed The Lasl MUe" ... So now the author writes us: milfLT rf 8 u m arch drU1 with Ml military equipment every Fat !" ^ e *! Last MUe • • • B now. instead of royalties, ncKl HS?' 'J n"l Morr 8 next P icture wiU caled a turn Twi i^ "*"*• Mischa Elman, Jascha Heifetz, Ar STBSSSS Q "c aU e ^co-celebrities Have you heard are ou? on i* Spook Theatre." where spine-chilling shows tTnmenr imi mc h -The idea for this macabre "enterg^V/X!RSBEtff? UB by u ABOUT PEOPLE Who^ M£?S; S?" ,Gove !" H. Lehman's adopted son, ave^ulS'" 2 Sttol ta an air Plane crash over Europe, was economics ^,r nd T 1 ,eUow %  • %  e knew music and to bi SURSfaS %  • Iudqe J nah l GoWetein appears New York StS T no !" naUon for mayor in the not too distant who won a ffetro^ 19 ^ RStoa 7 R-nik. the Jewish £ prano voice Metr S P b,an ODera contract, has a really tine socareer, like hefa. 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FRIDAY APRIL 21, 1944 • 'Jewisii flcrkUan PAGE FIVE face Facts • By Alexander F. Mill** Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League The woods of South Florida u .„ hecn filled with Under Kr" characters during the past "C£nd Harvey "Cowboy; / e „' r held a series of revival SP .'tm/s at Reverend Watson's fS Tabernacle in St. Peters£5 Reverend SpnnRer. to the ^.iated is a miniature ediSoHh. Keverend Gerald WinJ\.ho has sDoken on numerous SJkS. at the same Tabernacle. Soringcr was quite bitter and „„ speeches followed the familiar anti-Roosevelt. anti-New Deal. ant -Jewish pattern. The one humorous item in an otherwise monotonous tirade is contained in T' title of one of his sermons •Jonah, the FirstJcwish Submarme Commander.' Lee Morris, brilliant liberal columnist of the St. Petersburg Independent exposed Springer in a stries of masterly columns as effectively as lie had previously exposed Winrod. Incidentally. Lee's brother Don Morris is editor of the Palm Beach Post-Times Westbrook Pegler devoted his whole column on April 18. 1944 to answering an attack made on him by Don Morrif. If your executive director wore a hat, it would be doffed to the Morris brothers who like to play ball on the side of the Angels. Here in Miami, the Reverend Joe Jeffers. masquerading under the alias of Joseph Doubleday. Pyramidist. Archaeologist and whatnot, held forth for a week at the Miami Woman's Club much to the surprised horror of the august ladies who conduct that highly respectable auditorium. Bearded and wearing a turban, Jeffers proved to be a dynamic speaker with dramatic gifts. He appeared able to play on the emotions of his small but fervent audience at [will. Apparently he is trying to I build here a church similar to [to one he headed so successfully lmLos Angeles before he became Involved in marital and other difI Acuities. I Amidst the verbiage distilled by IJeffers. was the following gem 1 explaining the present real estate market on Miami Beach. "The reason the Jews are paying $100,000 for 100 feet on Miami Beach is that the Lord wants them all concentrated in one spot so that he can destroy them all at the same til ANNOUNCES A SECOND JEWISH STUDIES GROUP The Bureau of Jewish Education announces the formation of a second Jewish Studies Group on Miami Beach. The group, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Beach Y will meet for the first time Tuesday, April 25 at 7:30 P.M. at the Beach Y. Mr. A. P. Gannes, Executive Director of the Jewish Bureau of Education will conduct the group. Young people between the ages of 14 to 18, schooled, or unschooled, are welcome to attend. STURENT'S RECITAL The Student's orchestra under the direction of Charles Sperry will present a recital on April 23rd at 3 P.M. at the Miami Woman's Club. 1737 North Bayshore Drive. The feature artist of the afternoon will be Richard Cohen who will perform the Artie Shaw concerto for clarinet. POST WAR PROSPERITY I EPPERSON POINTS OUT STRESSED BY GRAHAM i CONSTRUCTIVE LABORS VETERAN COUNCILMAN SEEKS HELP OF VOTERS Val C. Cleary, veteran councilman and pioneer resident of Miami Beach is a candidate for the office of Dade county commissioner in the newly created district which includes all the territory east of Biscayne bay from the Broward county line to Government Cut at Miami Beach. Councilman Cleary. upon entering the campaign for this office in the Democratic primaries, said he had no particular platform to offer at this time other than to say he expected to carry out the duties of the office in a dignified legal manner and to assist in the continuation of the successful business administration of of the present commission which is recognized as one of the outstanding bodies of the county. OBITUARIES Melbourne, Fla. — With well over 100,000 persons registered in his home county of Dade, Sen. Earnest R. Graham, candidate for governor, was working up the east coast, spreading his message that post war prosperity for all Florida depends on united co-operation throughout the state. Emphasizing his ABC program of more visitors through advertising, agricultural development to serve the built-up tourist market and work reserves, such as a long reforestation program, Senator Graham urged election of a governor whose experience and background qualifies him to direct Florida post-war activities along sensible busines lines. "There is no problem in Florida impossible of solution." he said, "but you must have a practical sensible man at the helm of state government to guide the development of sensible plans for Florida's future." The farmer-business man again stressed that $50,000,000 for necessities of life in Florida, now are being sent to other states, despite the fact that such necessities now are available or readily made available here in Florida. He said he referred to meats, poultry, vegetables and milk and dairy products. "It just doesn't make sense to send such money out of the state when our own agricultural counties need this business and can supply the demand. We can accomplish our aims if we think deeply and plan sensibly. The opportunities are here. It merely remains for us to be alive to them." Clyde Epperson, pro-Roosevelt | and humanitarian, candidate for congress, summed up the issues in the congressional race today, stating "Congressman Pat Cannon, has been here among homefolks now for several weeks, campaigning for re-election, and he has not yet explained to the satisfaction of the majority of his constituents why he voted against the Roosevelt program 85 per cent of the time, as he boasted at a Miami port authority meeting," Epperson said. Epperson pointed out his own constructive program for the fourth district; his qualifications based on experience as a lawyer, certified public accountant and tax specialist; told of his .two years' service as an infantryman overseas, in the last World War. and his deep interest in the problems of returning servicemen. %  DR. MORDECAI SOLTES Newly designated Executive Director of Yeshiva College in New York. OFFICES IN MODERN BUILDING well ventilated; wlfWaah. Ave iimi n> Lincoln Road. Retu>n leaM M. GILLER. Aqt. 'W8 Waih. Ave.. Phone 5-5875 MRS. H. F. WEINERMAN Mrs. Harry Nevins, of 2352 S. W. Third St.. received word of the death of her sister, Mrs. Helen Freed Weinerman of D e 1 r a y Beach. Mrs. Weinerman formerly resided in Miami and is survived by her husband, Moe. and a son, Marshall, both of Delray Beach; Mrs. Nevins, three other sisters and two brothers. The body will be sent to Minneapolis, Minn., for services and burial. LOUIS ASTROFF Lonis Astroff. 76 of 1793 S. W. First street. Miami, died at his home after a brief illness. He came to Miami from New York four years ago. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Gussie Cohen, of Far Rockaway. L. I., and Mrs. Leona Astroff, of New York City. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Gordon Funeral Home. For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! ic. A BF $? investment—A United [States War Bond. Buy often. GORDONFUNERAL HOME 7 '0 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI TEL. 3-3431 Moderate Costs Always Within the Means of Individual Circumstances • rrlSl? IEWISH HJNERAL HOME" • Worthy and Deserves Y w Full Support and Recommendation • SE RVING MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI • EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH S4-HOUR Ambulance Service LEAH HERMAN Leah Herman. 86, 1269 Collins ave., Miami Beach, died at her home Saturday following a brief illness. She had been a resident here since 1925. coming to Miami from Birmingham. Ala, She leaves four daughters: Mrs. Bella Roseman of Birmingham: Mrs. Sarah Glickman. Mrs. Doris Adler and Mrs. Anna Kirsch, all of Miami Beach; also one son. Arthur Rerman. of Los Angeles. Calif. She was a member of Beth Jacob synagogue. Funeral services were held at the chapel of the Gordon Funeral Home Monday at 2 p. m., Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiating. euct MARTIN GENET PRACTICING ATTORNEY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Miami Beach. Dutrict 5 Honest Trustworthy Capable— ~I pledge you that I will conduct the office in • manner of which you will be proud." (I*ld Pol. Adv.) T HOSE devastating bombings of the roads to Tokyo and Berlin are made possible by your War Bond purchases. To win this war, our fighting men must be supplied with huge quantities of equipment must be furnished the tools with which to conquer the enemy. Only through your continued purchases of War Bonds can our men be kept supplied with this equipment. Make up your mind today to invest still more in War Bonds in Victory! noai* ro§7* U(.T CMtrwi MORE IN i A NEW PAINT STORE TO SERVE YOU Qualified service backed by yean of • "parlance ai general painting suparintandent for Hanry J. Kaitar, at Bouldar Dam, Shasta Dam, Huntsvilla Arsanal and many other huge government projects. Thil with govarnmant laboratory training it your atturanca of finatt results In any kind of paintinc, job. Only specially trained skilled operators employed. GENERAL PAINTING AND DECORATING SERVICE EXTERIOR e INTERIOR • LARGE OR SMALL JOBS LICENSED AND INSURED OPERATORS I. D. GILBREATH Painting Contractor 537 S. W. 12TH AVENUE PHONE 3-0070 (If No Answer, 2-5105) "I ALL FLORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSIC WEEK WfUH PURSES POST TIME 8P.M. 10 RACES I NIGHTLY [DAILY DOUBa] ftndft 31 RACES I QUINIELAS 1 EVERY RACE I ADMISSION 25, I MONDAY APR. I7N. rhru SATURDAY APR 22nd 7anu}Ufr n sizninc HOT BOX 9th Race Over the 5/ 16th Mile Course TOMORROW NIGHT ALL FLORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS AND ALL FLORIDA CHAMPIONSHIP CONSOLATION TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Teke Miemi Trim* but No. 10 out to N.W. 7th Avenue end 103rd Street, or but No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107* Sfreet; or Ope-Lock, bui out N.W. 7th Avenue to 11 5thi Street FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM THESE POINTS TO TRACK. EH r £SV rtf m FUlHtm [RACK \! NUS V llbth Street Between N E 2nd and N W 7th Aves



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PAGE SIX +Jewish ncrkUam Presentation of an Americftn flag to the Seventh Battalion of the Florida State Guard was made by members of Sholem lodge, Bnai B'rith, in ceremonies held at the Arinoiy paradi ground last week. Maj. John T. Bills, battalion commander (left) accepts the gift 'nun Nat Roth. Fred Shochet, President Milton Friedman, Alex Miller and Isador Brown. HIGGINS IS CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE Harry S. Higgins, 55. is a candidate for constable for Miami Beach, and was formerly deputy constable for 18 months under the former constable. Capt. John Ha ber. Higgins is campaigning for election upon a pledge that, when Capt. Baber is mustered out of service, lie will relinquish the iob to him. Higgins was appointed conble by Oov. Spcssard I. Holland when Baber enlisted in the army. He has made many friends %  us fairness and justice in performance of h.is duties, according to his friends. He was born in the Pennsylvania coal regions and spent his early days working in coal mines. He served in naval aviation overseas in the last World War i i cause he lost a mail order busihe had established befon listing, is keenly aware ol the necessity of providing jobs tor veterans of this war KENNETH OKA WANTS JOB AS PEACE JUSTICE Kenneth Oka. a practicing attorney at Miami Bead;, who is making the race for justice of the peace in District 5. subject to the Democratic primaryon May 2, groduated from Harvard Law School, is a past president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber ol Commerce, a long-time resident ol the Beach and has serve | cinct commits, man there for the past two yeai Oka is married and lives with family at 521 W. Thirtieth Street, at the Beach. He is serving Pi rry Bittel, Miami Beach attorney who is a candidate for Justice of the Peace, 5th District, which includes Miami Beach, subject to the Democratic primary. as esteemed lecturing knight of Elks Lodge No. 1001 on the Beam and is a member of the temporary reserves of the U. S. Coast Guard. "A lawyer for a lawyer's job," is Oka*s motto for the office be is set knig. \\> points with pride to the fact that he has argued cases re Justice.-, Fehx Frankfurter and James M. Land is of the U S Supreme Court. GRUNDY ASKS TO BE MADE PEACE JUSTICE Park Alan Grundy is now devoting ins entire time as a candidate for Justice oi the Peace at Miami Beach. Grundy said he is %  vated by the belief that the POSt ot justice ot the peace ot Miami Beach is "not a minor )< I to be handled as an adjunct or to further a man's business whether he be a banker, lawyer or storckeepi i ( ] bo is 43. was educated at Princeton and Lehigh universities. First president ot the New York Beverage Dealers' association, he has been ;, Miami He.,.:, resident for the past M yeai PAT CANNON SEEKING RE-ELECTION TO HOUSE Representative Fat Cannon is seeking re-election to the House of Representatives from the Fourth Congressional district. The Miami congressman thank — --% % % % % %  •• % %  "'MIJ,!! .MUIIIII 1IIUHI\td the people of the Fourth district for having honored him repeatedly with the privilege of serving them in congress. "My service, in point of time, has been during the most active and important period of our national life." Cannon said. "During the time of my service, the congress has made a valiant and rather effective effort to regiment 130,000.000 souls into a common war effort. Pointing with pride to the part that the fourth congressional district of Florida has played in the national war effort, he declared that it is only through the "continued concerted effort of all of the people that we will be permitted to go forward to an even greater development as a community." Representative Cannon pledged his continued service to the people of the district and asked that they enable him to render a better service by appraising him of their problems, in order that he may assist in the solution of them. SSt&r AUGUST BROS Ry £ ** %  fo ,1,,. mu' "" IS the BEST CHASTAIN ASPIRES TO THE OFFICE OF SHERIFF R. B. Chastain, resident ol Miami since 1910 and Constable in District 1 of Dade County since January 1st, 1933 has announced Ins candidacv for sheriff. Chastain, for years a Miami business man. before entering the political field, and a former school teacher, operated, with his brother, J. C. Chastain. one of Flagler Street's first grocery stores west of the bridge ovei Miami river. In bidding for re-election to the office of Constable in 1936 and, 1940. Chastain won by overwhelming majorities. He is an active member ol the Central Baptist Church in Miam Biscayne Hay Lodge. 124 F. & A. M.. Miami Consistory, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite of Freemasonry: Main Shrine. Miami Elks' lodge. 948, Miami Optimists Club. United Commercial Travellers of America. Eastern Star, and Knights ot Pythias. In making the announcement, tain said he believes his varied experiences peculiarly quality him for the office of Dade Countv Sheriff, and he intends to wage a vigorous and independent campaign. "It is my hope-.' he said, "to see as many of the voters of the county as war-time conditions will permit." CHAPPELL ASKING FOR CONGRESSIONAL SEAT Dan Chappell. Miami attorney member of the Florida house ,,, representatives for three sessions is a candidate for the fourth congressional district seat I He served as a member of the 193l'anH 1Q& h US ln lhe 1929 1931 and 1935 sessions and is sennLTnET 0, „ t he Mlami taw fnm of Chappell and Brown I Emphasizing his experience a, a legislator. Chappell said his familiarity with the various branches of government in Washington f,t him to represent the Collier' • nd hi S com|l Dade ?ongVess and M0n, C COUntlcs '" Sen. Claude Pepper declared at a political rally at Miami BeaJ last Friday night that "there an men running for the high office ol I'mted states senator, not against me, but against Franklin D. Roosevelt "These men who talk about bureaus and bureaucracy," Proper continued. let them whether they will hold up the hand of our President in winning the war." Senator Pepper is seeking reelection as senator in the coining primary. URA T. WEBB ASKING OFFICE IN DISTRICT 1 Campaigning on a platform that business experience is essential foi proper coduct ol the office of constable in modern times. Ura l. Webb, entered the race for constable in District 1 to succeed n. U. Chastain. who is not sei Iing re-election for that office. Webb points out that the duties ol a constable in a place like Miami become more and more conWHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES PE5TER ME I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE HELPS NERVOUS TENSION TO RELAX AND LEAVES ME CALM,SERENE • d with legal affairs of business and civil matters and less and less with criminal cases. For a while he was active in real estate and building operations becoming associated later with the wholesale and retail grocery business. In 1941 he went into shipbuilding and joined a local welders union, leaving that job recently to again become active in real estate. W 5. E N Functional Nervous Disturbance* such as SleeoBS2SH: Cranki "". Excitability, Restlessness or Nervous Headache Interfere with your work or spoil your good times, take ^ Dr. Miles Nervine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablet*) Wakeful. J.ttery. Irritable. • NerBH^k" ,0n /\ 1 } cause Nervou. Headache and Nervous Indigestion. In t.mes like these, We ^ more likely than usual to b£ OD £ overwrought and nervous SRJ Jh for a good sedative. Dr i%K r r ne J' S 00 "dative —mild but effective. v!L£? *? not U8e *>r. Miles STft C SJ T'JSft Liquid and Effervescent"Suit £a ** 23S .oothinfu RABBI TARSHISH TO BE SPEAKER AT UNITARIAN Rabbi Jacob Taishish. rabbi of Temple Israel, will be guest min, ister at the services of the First Unitarian Church next Sunday. Rabbi Taishish will direct the services in the absence ot Hev. Joseph Barth^ MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE DANCE UNDER STARS A novel dance is being planned by the Miami Set vice League of the Y.M.H.A. in cooperation with the Victory Belles for Saturday night. April 22. at the Y.M.H.A. Athletic Field. 1567 S. W. 5th Street. Contests and novelties are being planned by the Victory Belles and the dance will be held in the open on the "Y" Athletic Field. All service men arccordially invited. PASSOVER SEDER HELD AT RIVERMONT PARK A Passover Seder was celebrated at Kivermont Park, with Dr. Sanel Beer officiating. Guests who took part in the service, in addition to house guests, were Dr. and Mrs Julius R Rosenthal and Mrs. Rosenthal S sister. Mrs. Prisament. Mis. Symon of Passaic. N. J.. Miss Edith Simon of Miami Beach. Miss Anyuta Melicov and Mrs. Melicov, Mr. and Mrs. Blumenthal, Dr. and Mrs. Charles I. Hyde. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sen-' ator of New York, Miss Kahane, and Mr. Bert Silving, radio artist from Vienna, Austria. After dinner guests were entertained by Mr. Silving, Mrs. Senator, and Miss Melicov with piano selections, and vocal selections bv Mr. Rosenthal and Mr. Silving. LEGAL NOTICES 11 J. own UM KAPI.A.V *"';„„ COMPANY, at MT \ '.'" ,'KTIN$ Miami, Kla., Intends ,,/;. r* Av e cfttfarJ Miami, Kla'., Intends Miihi name win, u„. ''it Court ol Dad. rsMfr-jg i.K' N KAPLAN %  'Jwr.„ NAT LEVIT •MAN It. SILVER PH,E u:vi i ilWUV % %  -' ,. NOT'CE is HEREBY QivKvTT the undersigned, deslruurti. \ th4t i buitness under tii. to, n o '•f SOUTHERN I.Aroins 1NOJJ CO., at BIT \! b 5*08at. Miami, Florida, Intend • %  aid nama with th< .-;..• Circuit Court of DaJ e UBONAKH \ i „.„ IRA USVl %  MAX R. SHAKI: i n'"'\'''7-,''"' ; "^ l % % %  IN THE COUNTY UliT-ru %  i^T" IN AND POR DADk? fiSf FLORIDA. IN I'M. .I:\TK NT1 LAWLOR and MARY \ uwuT w%s$-~ *&£* %  You, and each of iou air ham. notified and requl rlalma and dema I -iih.-r ,,f you. ma> I,.,,, u estate of Mary i,.i.,. Marj Lawlor and Mi A deceased late ol Bronx c„m\ %  York, to the M..„ w |.V"" f 'i v ,ud f "• : i„. '•' %  •""".'.' '" hl '" ", s '"' 1 claims i.i den 1 V; Ii 1 lI l, 1 l : l %  '"-fnant urwl to be sworn to and p as "'ore-aid. o, .,,„ ,,.. ^S. see Section 120 of the i Date April : \ i> \m MAX R SII.VKI! Anclllarj Adminl Iran r C. T 1 of the Estate of Ma i. A K A Man I.,I.; md A Lawler I •.-,. ,,-.,i %  MAX R. 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r mAY. APRIL 21. 1944 +Jewisii fhrkiian PAGE SEVEN Of The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ui Keep • Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE PARADE! jSeymour Goldv,.ber has N. C. CAMP HAS MANY ffcflMSS**? *£ PERSONS AT SEDER L avenue Enlisting in the Maue f tour years ago, he has been Camp Lcjeune, N. C. — More rBie ,-MS since December. than 200 persons attended the 0V i hrnthcr Morton, a seaman Seder services conducted at Mess i the Maritime service, is staHall No. 1209, Industrial Area. fiS at Boston. Friday evening to mark the start A lister Ethel Goldweber. an of the Passover observance by V,tinn machinist's mate 3/c. is Camp Jejeune Jewry. It was the ^tinned at Milton. £ rs t ime tn 1 Passover. Biblical stationed Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES "5 E. Flagler St — 822 Lincoln Rd. FIXZIT SYSTEM 11 1 4 N. E. 2nd Avenue PLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenue JACK C. JAYSON Miami ion ei DONALD LAVIGNE—UNIFORMS 114 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avenue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street JOSEPH R. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB Weat Flagler Street at 37th Ave. WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sidney Merer Lt. Melvin J. Bleakman, 25. of Baltimore, is back in this country after completing 2 5 missions against the Nazi-held continent, wearing the Distinguished Flying Cross, an Oak Leaf Cluster to the D.F.C.. the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters. Lieutenant Bleakman served as operations officer of a squadron of Flying Fortresses based in England. Lt Herman G. Glick. 27, of Canton, O., has been decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Silver Star, the Air Medal, and four Oak Leaf Clusters. On duty in the India-Burma treatre. Lieutenant Glick is the lead navigator of a 10th Air Force Fortress squadron. T/Sgt. Irving E/ Narter, 23. of Chicago, an Army Air Corps bombardier, has been killed in action over Germany. A veteran of 20 missions, he had been in service two years. Two brothers are in the army, and his father served in the American American forces during World War I. Lt. Irving Horwich. 30, of Elkhart, Ind., lost his life in Italy. He has been posthumously awarded the Purple Heart. He was president pf the local B'nai B'rith lodge, secretary of the Indiana Council of Jewish Youth, and a member of Temple Beth El and the Williams Street Synagogue, both of South Bend. Lt. Ralph V. Guinzburg Jr., 27, New York City, Flying Fortress navigator, has received the Air Medal and Purple Heart. Lieutenant Guinzburg saved the life of a fellow crewman on one mission when their plane plunged into the English Channel. S Sgt. Basil Debnekoff. 21. of Chicago, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and two Oak Leaf Clusters. Serving in the South Pacific, Sergeant Debnekoff has been on 25 missions against 20 different enemy territories and has massed a total of 400 aerial i combat hours. Medals Won By Marines MEDAL OF HONOR The Congressional Medal of Honor (Navy) is America's highest award for heroism on land, sea or In the air. It Is awarded for valor and Intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty. Established In December. 1861, lt Is awarded in the name of the Congress of the United States. The medal is worn about the neck. NAVY CROSS The Navy Cross is 'awarded for extraordinary heroism in the line of duty. It ranks In third position following the Brevet Medal. A small gold .star on this decoraIt ion and service ribf Ixin Indicates a second award of the same decoration. This medal was established in 1918. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL The Distinguished Service Medal is awarded those whose exercise of extraordinary good Judgment in a position of great responsibility and whose outstanding performance of duty reflect credit on American Naval arms. It was established in 1918. SILVER STAR The Silver Star, Instituted in 1933, Is granted to persons serving In any capacity with the armed forces of the nation cited for gallantry in action which does not warrant the award of the Medal of Honor or the Distinguished Service Cross. It replaces the tiny Silver Citation Star of 1917-1918. AIR MEDAL The Air Medal is awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity with the armed forces of the United States, distinguishes himself by meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight. It is granted In cases where the act of meritorious service does not warrant the Distinguished Flying Cross. BREVET MEDAL The Brevet Medal of the Marine Corps has not been awarded in recent years. It was originally awarded subordinates (officers or men) who were forced by circumstances of battle to lead landing parties or detachments after their commanding officers had become casualties. LEGION OF MERIT The award of the Legion of Merit Is made to outstanding officers and enlisted men for "extraordinary fidelity and essential service." It constitutes a reward for service In a position of responsibility, honorably and well performed. It stems from the Badge of Military Merit, established in 1782. DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS The Distinguished Flying Cross is conferred upon any member of the air forces of the United States who, while serving in any capacity, distinguishes himself by heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating In aerial flight. The medal is identical in all services. NAVY AND MARINE CORPS MEDAL The new Navy and Marine Corps Medal Is awarded persons in the Navy and Marine Corps for acts of heroism other than those performed in actualcombat with the enemy. It has been granted for courageous conduct such as rescues at sea. PURPLE HEART The Purple Heart, originally established by General George Washington in 1782, was not issued for many years. It was reestablished in 1932, and made retroactive to cover awards to all officers and men who were wounded in action In any war or campaign under conditions entitling them to wear wound chevron. • | ; i ; i ; I %  I I



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PAGE EIGHT GEO. S. OKELL SPEAKS ON JUVENILE PROBLEMS Problems attendant on the care of juvenile delinquents and mentally ill persons were discussed in a radio address by George S. Okell, candidate for the legislature in Group 1. in which he pledged himself, if elected, to introduce bills for the better care of persons in both catagories. On the subject of the mentally incompetent, he said that he proposed construction of a separate facility for feeble-minded and epileptic patients to prevent the comin^Iing of this type of patient with the mentally ill who are subject to rehabilitation." In discussing his proposals regarding treatment of juvenile delinquency, here, again, we face the same conditions of over1 crowding and lack of space as at ; the state home for juvenile delinquents located at Marianna. The children, who are committed locally by the juvenile court judge must either be placed in the county jail, sent to the county home in Kendall or released in custody of parents until transportation can be arranged and until the state institution can receive them. Again we face the same situation, that while the cost of maintaining these juvenile delinquents should be borne by the state 0 Florida, it is as a matter ot taci paid for by we people of Dado county out of our county funds. DILLONTASKS" VOTERS ELECT HIM CONSTABLE Charlie Dillon of 1536 N W. 30th st.. is a candidate for constable of District No. 1. A resident of Dade county for 4a years, Dillon wa.constable of the second district from 1933 to 1937, after which he was purchasing agent for the city Miami. From 1927 to 1929 he was an investiga tor m the county solicitor's office. Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your Health and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 West Ave., M. B. Ph. 5-1923 OPEN EVENINGS LEX GREEN IN FINAL STAGES OF CAMPAIGN When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN R E A L T O R 309 Lincoln Roail Phone 5-W79 Dependable Conscientious Service REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Exclusively Homes and Investments Properties Ask for my free 1944 Informative Map cf Miami Beach B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 RENTALS %  LEASES SALES Lots. Homes. Hotels Apartment Houses M. GILLER REALTOR 1448 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5875 Swinging into the final weeks oi his state-wide campaign tour Congressman Lex Green arrived in Miami, Wednesday. Following a rec ption ;it campaign headquarters. 140 N E. 1st Ave.. Wedlay afternoon. Congressman Green spoke to .1 capacity crowd in Bayfront Park Wednesday night. Congressman Green discussed his ten point covenant Several candidates also occupied the platform. The "'people's canite" was in a confident and jovial mi od and seemed highly gratified at the reception he had led here and in the ther counties he has visited. Si 1 %  • %  R %  ell, Lex Green's campaign manager, announces that Friday, April 21st, the following itinerary has been arranged fori Congressman. Friday morning he will travel to Homestead re he will spt ak at 1 : 30 p m j Returning to Miami Beach head-' quarters, 502 Lincoln Road, Li x will meet his friends frfom 5 p.m. • p m. m the afternoon. Friday night he will address the citizens Miami Beach in the Miami, Beach Hinh School at 8 p.m. | .or* %  SffCi JjOGUST BROS R*£ fir,////'/"'"""'" Is the BEST? 00***"*%, ADVANTAGES of a 1IA1IE man MORTGAGE v L O W RATES EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY PROMPT SERVICE A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER $8,500,000 •JMFeMKAL MM M. UPTOH. roMlPBNT %  at**! *//# 7M///M/MMM***"— MIAMI MERCHANT IN CONDERMANN APPEAL In a recent radio address. Mr Robert E. Gallagher, jgMDtMnt Miami merchant and civic wore er and a past president ot tin Miami Merchants Association, endorsed the candidacy of Joe CondSrn2n% sheriff of Dade couniv He is the only candidate n this race who knows the job 0 £ done ," said Mr, Gallagher ••joe Conderman's appeal lor votes is not on the basis ol friend; ship, as a 'popularitycontest Expert qualifications are the only factors. Conderman is the only candidate who has them. •Our committee members < ondermann for Sheriff Campaign), are all reputable men engaged in legitimate business.'' the n audience was told. "We have no political axes to grind, and we do ,,k |obs We want the best qualified man as sherifl oi Dade county. Jo' Condermann is that man." • %  Joe Condermann's 9 years as chief deputy sheriff make him the logical candidate for the post of sheriff. He is the only candidate -o qualified When considering a man for a job, the employer ask-. "Does he know how to do th. job?" Joe Condermann knows in cause he has worked at the iob 1 Chief Deputy Sheriff. No other candidate has that experience." "To vote for Joe Conderman on May 2. you pull down lever 15-A. over the nan..' of Condermann." FRIDAY, A PRIL 21 nuonu for REST CONVALESCENCE .JCHRONIC CASES ffun-RayPark T HealthResort • Ifj U-. ,M0 '* •oomC~V,. %  itM;.w.Kait.'io"W" rio*io< MEDIUM READER WHO TELLS Yon WHAT YOU WISH TO KNOW ClOMd WV.Iii. %  •.,!., %  ) (|| 111, l| N 10 id of Una, walk : Work. wcl, or il.l, l"l door Pbena I-USS lor appotou^j 901 N. W. 79th STREET DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 3-CALLOM BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX s TABLE BOTTLES 7 5e 'Nat Botllt Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 EPPERSON FOR CONGRESS CLYDE A. EPPERSON EX-SERVICEMAN. Member American Legion. Wounded 5 Times in World War 1. He Will Understand the Ex Serviceman's Problems. Because of his experience as a lawyer and a certified public accountant and tax expert; because of his progressive plat form; and because of his pledge to co-operate wholly with our Commander-in-Chief, Clvde A. Epperson is the logical man to succeed Congressman Pat Cannon. The Fourth Congressional District is entitled to proper representation. VOTE FOR EPPERSON Democratic Primary May 2. 1944 Political Ad. Paid for by Friend. PROTECT YOUR TIRES Wheel Aligning BODY AND FENDER WORK PAINTING AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK EDWARDS SERVICE STATION SAME LOCATION 15 YEARS 1380 S. W. 8th ST. PHONE 31661 ELECT W. M. (Newt) Hudson CONSTABLE DISTRICT No. 1 OF DADE COUNTY THE WORKING MAN'S FRIEND" 1 Paid Political A>iv > ELECT TROY C. DAVIS STATE REPRESENTATIVE (LEGISLATURE) GROUP TWO Miami lawyer 20 yean. Veteran World War I. Patron of Dade County Schools. Active in civic and welfare work. Democratic Primary, May 2, 1944 (Political .HI paid for by LI Col. Blrj Stone) VAL C. CLEARY FOR County Commissioner H you vole in Dade County you can vote for Val C. Cleary (Paid Political Adv. i>> Vrteada) Aak Your Local Dalicataaaan For the Baal • It Coata No Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORID* KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dllcou CornM Bf Plcklad, Cookad and Smokad MU CMalf* S7th and Normal Ava. OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M 71 FROM MIAMI BEACH



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fflDAY. APRIL 21, 1944 +Jewist fhricMtn PAGE NINE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG just received a call from Bill Ketselman HUlel director at the M .....sitv who advises me than Un % c lav evening, April 25th ffffffih Y.M.H.A.. the first a ,reries of HiUel programs will 2 8 ^nSred by the HiUel commilterThe program as outlined "" l,v Hill includes the open£candlelight prayer, a. piano ionccrto. a harp solo, a tnologue to Catholic Protestant and Jewtan Birls, the presentation of the SUSl radio script, "Hitter Shall *• %  ; dance exhibition, a vocal solo and duet, and a short resume of HiUel activities and nurposes by the director The di£ctor informs us that the participants m the program will be real artists, and the program, varied git is, should provide a very entertaining and delightful evening. Hillel is one of the organization's r ii,t projects and the development and establishment of the local foundation which activates and sponsors this type of entertainment for our college youth should cause much gratification among our members. If you enjoy good musie and enterainment. you should not fail to attend this program ihi p!i bt V ,al any of y u roied ^ H M 1 !" 1 af i air at ,no w "'iord Hotel last Sunday evening and any elaboration of the success thereof would be unnecesth3' ihi W* suffic l By that he Federation drive exceeded its quota by over $50,000 and too much credit cannot be given to the officers and Board of Directors, and particularly the workers. If y„ u consider yourself a member of the Jewish community, you should be justly proud of this organization and its accomplishments Just to ramble on with items Of Supposed interest: I saw Mrs. ft. E ,ry s '"'"'' who "dvises that Brother Klry has been removed from the delightful hills of Ozark. Alabama to the State of Tennessee, where lie now j s stationed. Mrs. Stone advises that ELECT MARK H. RICHARDSON YOUR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 30 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY 11'a lil Political Adv I the only thing that was lacking in Ozark was a wheelbarrow which was stolen by some moron, f you know Mrs. Stone, ask her to tell you the story. A very interesting editorial appeared in this weeks Life magazine concerning the developing chasm between the civilian and the soldier. You may not realize the existence of this growing gap but it is brought home in strong words by the editorial writer. As far fetched as it may seem, he advocates the consistent contact' !>v the home folks with the men in service to reassure them that they have not lost contact with the happenings at home, and that they are still considered a part of the community. Many a casual gripe can result in a misinterpretation to widen the alleged gap. We want our servicemen to come back and step in where they eft off. The national trend is in' this direction as indicated by pres' ent legislation. We cannot legislate your home life but if you realize the importance of this! feeling in the post-war world, you will write more often to your friends who are away. This does I not mean just your family, but to fellow members of this Lodge who are anxious to know what's up. | This letter was just received from Brother Irving Hoffman of. Hollywood: "The Broward County Lodge of B nai B'rith will hold a public in-! Stallation of the newly elected officers at the Sheldon Hotel. Hollywood Beach on Sunday evening, May 7th, 1944. In the interest of B'nai B'rith I beg of you to procure a delegation of your lodge to help us install our officers. All brothers that can possibly attend this installation are urged to do so in the spirit of cooperation. eiut An Made From Fresh Oranges LOOK AT YOUR STATE AS A BUSINESS More revenue needed? Common tense tell* ut increased business, NOT new taxes is the answer Sen. Ernest R. Graham, war veteran, farmer, business man has PROVEN in his OWN business, he knows the answer! ELECT ERNEST R. GRAHAM GOVERNOR (Paid Politic*! Adv.) VOTERS ELECT JOE CONDERMANN SHERIFF SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY PULL DOWN LEVER 15-A The Onlv Candidate QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE 9 YEARS CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF 5 Years of Active Law Enforcement Political Ad. I'u id for by Friends By Electing DAN CHAPPELL to CONGRESS You Get— 1—ABILITY 1 ( 2—EXPERIENCE 3—HONESTY 4—A VETERAN 5—A FIGHTER 6—A PROGRESSIVE 7—A DEMOCRAT 8—A FRIEND it Paid Political Adv. He will APPRECIATE your vote and support RE-ELECT R. P. TERRY AS School Board Member (Board of Public Instruction D.idp County. Fit.) DISTRICT No. 4 He nan been Dtntrii t p representative for aeven yean you have hive -'. 'i in me .mil venlba\ e proven it i sound Investment, The near future will bring perplexing problema. Vou ili • additional dividends ii> nominating me on Mai -'• next. (Paid Pol. Adv.) Experienced Constable Member ELKS — AMERICAN LEGION AND VET OF FOflEGIN WARS HARRY S. HIGGINS Your Present Constable of DISTRICT No. 5 Miomi Beach — Surfside Sunny Isle — Golden Beach Paid Political Adv. REMEMBER! Your Vote Will Be O-KAy WITH KENNETH OKA AS Justice of the Peace MAY 2. 1944 Honest Experienced Paid Political Adv. | MARSHALL McGINTY Ssrasw "< Was sr> „„ dI1 DON'T SABOTAGE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY Every Democrat should vote for eight candidates to the Dimocratic National Convention in the May 2nd primary—three candidates from the State at Large, men's group-three candidates from the State at Large, women's group-and one man and one woman from the 4th Congressional District group. The candidates listed below in each group are pledged to vote for the re-nomination of President Roosevelt. They believe that he should continue in office during these critical times in order that we may win the war and insure a just and lasting peace. Take this list to the polls with you on May 2nd and vote for all eight candidates listed hereon. • Vote for these three State at LargeMen's Group WALTER P. FULLER EARNEST OVERSTREET BILL SHAYNE Vote for these three State at LargeWomen's Group MRS. WALTER CLARK BEULAH HOOKS HANNAH MRS. HAYDON McK. HARRISS 4th Congressional District Man THOMAS "TOM" FERGUSON Woman FLORENCE C. BLAKLEY I I RE-NOMINATE AND RE-ELECT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT



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PAGE TEN vjewisii fhrMkW FRIDAY, APRH 21, NOTES OF Y. M.H.A. -bySAM SILVER Harry Smart Harry Smart, caretaker of the V since it was first organized, celebrated his birthday last Monday night. Harry celebrated his 75th birthday last year, but Maurice Grossman claims he is celebrating his 74th this year. (What s the matter, Harry have you started counting the years backwards?) A party was given in Harry's honor and the Miami Service League of the Y gave him a handsome check as a gift. Mrs Levinson served the 60 or 70 guests that attended. Congratulations are extended to you by the Y, Harry, and we all hope \<*.i will live for many, many more years to come. Federation Frolics As I stated in last week's colLOUIS F. (RED) SN E DIGAR (Four Times Mayor of Miami Beach) SOLICITS YOUR VOTE COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5th DISTRICT COUNTY WIDE VOTE DEMOCRATIC MAY PRIMARIES (Paid Polltli ..I .\'i. by Friends) Frances 0. WARRINER CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 3 "A BUSINESS WOMAN AND A MOTHER" HONEST UNAFRAID EFFICIENT Subject to Democratic Primaries (Paid Pol. Adv.) umn, the Y is holding the Federation Frolics for the Purpose of making the younger set realtoe their responsibility to WrM ow men M Eugene R.-senbloc.m the Youth Counc-il .s v.'"'., 'script for the presentation and Bobby Rubenstein is directing the dancing. The affair will be held on May 7th at the Y. Building Painted Hooray!'! S. B. Miller and ha house committee are having tne ,Y building painted. The painters are ,„ the process of doing UM | 0 b right now. and we shall soon have a better looking center. Mr. Miller and his committee have plans for the future and will probably come forth with some bnl, liant ideas for our building accomodations as soon as the wai is over. Incidentally, while speak-, mg of Mr. Miller. I might mention that he is head of the Retention Committee and will welcome your dues at any time. Don t be basnj ful. The more dinero we have to work with, the more we can ac-| complish. Board Meeting A spirited meeting ol our Board of Directors was held lasl Wedlay evening. The attendance was good and Hie business accomplished was plentiful. Ill give you the details n< xl week. Incidentally, don't be surprisld to l' arn ol plans for the i rection Of a swanky and modem I munity center building as soon as the war permits The planning committee will probably it port within the next few weeks. A. Z. A. Affair Miami Chapter No. .'122 of A. Z. A. played host to all of the A. Z. A and B'nai B'rith Girls chapters in greater Miami last Sunday night. The affair was given in honor of Milton Friedman, president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, for Ins long years of service to A. Z. A both locally and nationally. Mr. Friedman, during the eour.se of the evening, presented the Shield of David award from the Supreme Advisory Council of A. Z. A. to Ben' Pi'voi of Miami No. 322. "Y" Forum Group to Discuss White Supremacy The recent decision of the United States Supreme Court permitting colored people to vote at primaries and the general subjecl of White Supremacy will be discussed at the "Y" Forum Group next Wednesday evening. April HEBREW CALENDAR Ro.h Hodeih lyr..Mor.. Apr.l 2S Lao B'Om.r Thun.. May 11 Ro.h Hode.h Siv.n. .Tue... May 23 Shabuot ""M cently and is Chairmaned by Harry Gerstein. They muet the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month and choose a Moderator from their own group. Mr. Joseph Teppcr will act as Moderator next week. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. 26. at 8:30 o'clock. This group was organized rcFOR GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL FOR GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARO CALDWELL. • FOR GOVERNOR Sleet ttte Hfcut I &e4t quaUfced to wive 'Jtonida, l-or our next Governor, Florida should have the best qualified man in the race. Our next Governor will have to handle the problems of the war and the postwar era. These problems will be many and difficult. Inquire into the character, ability and experience of the candidates for Governor. Study their records then select and support the man you find best qualified. Millard Caldwell is recognized to be calm, level-headed, energetic and sincere; a man of sound business ability and tested statesmanship. His record proves his capability and qualifications. MILLARD CALDWELL'S RECORD VETERAN OF WORLD WAR I CITY ATTORNEY COUNTY ATTORNEY SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY MEMBER FLORIDA LEGISLATURE UNITED STATES CONGRESSMAN CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE TO IN TERNATIONAL CONFERENCES IN HOLLAND AND NORWAY BEGAN IN 1934 TO LEAD FIGHT IN CONGRESS FOR BIGGER ARMY AND NAVY FORESAW AND WARNED AGAINST JAP WAR MENACE YEARS BEFORE PEARL HARBOR MEMBER FOREIG-. SFFAIRS COMMITTEE IN CONGRESS MEMBER OF A P P R O P R I A T O N>S COMMITTEE IN CONGRESS ADVOCATED AND VOTED FCR FEDERAL ISLANDS LEADER IN ING U S NAVAL AND ARMY AIR STATIONS IN FLORIDA A HIGHLY RESPECTED. ABLE LAWYER PROMINENT IN Tf" • •• AFFAIRS 8Fl LSTOCK BREEDER ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL GOVERNOR ON THIS RECORD ft FOR GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARD CAUOWEU. ,Q So Y ERNOR ELECT M.LLARO CALDwTT ELECT Charles Dillon Your Constable DISTRICT NO. 1 Resident Dade County for 40 years. Four years experience is constable. Your vote and support will be appreciated by smiling Charlie. (Paid PoL A'ls > 1944 DESIRABLERO^ for rent to middle aged W om, Conveniently located ^ leges, reasonable. 1709 Jefferson Av. nue MIAMI BEACH aiiiiiaiiiiiimiiinuiiiiHHHanliJjjjr Cieci l Frank D. UPCIiURCH Governor HE is— A Real Floridian A World War Veteran HE HAS— The Program The Qualifications Political AdTrliemnl— Paid lor by trlondi ol F. D. Upchuck jj iniiHMiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiniMe LET'S BEAT OPPENBORNIN OFFICE 18 YEARS EJUd L. Raymond O'Steen JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and Judge of Small Claims Court DISTRICT No. 1 Subject to Democratic Primaries A Lawyer by Profession in Allapattah the Last Seven Yew Precincts 1 to 23—33 to 4144 to 55 and 85 Office 1611 N. W. 36th Street Res. 1338 N. W. 34th Street (Paid i'"i Adv.) PULL LEVER 15B ELECT Paul O'Connor SHERIFF and insure fair, impartial law enforcement for all Dade County Ten years chief of the Miami Internal Revenue office Paid Political Adv.



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fpmAY APRIL 21. 1944 Re-Elect CLAUDE PEPPER ^ Second FuU Term In the United States Senate CLAUDE PEPPER • He has worked hard to serve Florida with credit. • He worked to prepare us to defend ourselves against the war which he saw was coming. • He has made rood by any fair rule of estimate • Because of seniority he will be better able to serve Florida in the next six years. • He will help write the Peace as a ranking member of the Foreign Relations Committee. i • As a member of the Senate Post War Planning Committee, he will help In winning the Peace. • The first Job ahead Is— WIN THE WAR. • The second job ahead Is— WIN THE PEACE. • He i HI continue his efforts for our Country. 'ThK ad paid for by frlrndi l (l Hid.( %  .-[ %  PIT who are Inter"d m in early victory and a lust prjrc | +Jew!stflcrMian PAGE ELEVEN SEVEN MAJOR POINTS IN PLATFORM OF DAVIS A platform which incorporates seven major points has been submitted by Troy C. Davis, a Miami attorney for 20 years and a candidate for state representative in Group 2. Davis was the first to qualify for candidate in the group. Davis' program includes redistncting of tax districts in Dade county by reducing the school tax districts from 10 to not more than three; passage of teachers' salary raises and increased payments by the state to each county, more liberal sick leave provisions for teachers; increase of old age assistance and aid to dependent children; creation of a water control district for south Florida; the right of all businesses and industries to manage and control their own affairs and the right of working men and women to engage in gainful employment and to join with their fellow workmen in bargaining therefor." The platform also is concerned with rehabilitation of returned servicemen, planning of "super-highways" and protection of fish, game and wild life. O'STEEN ASKS POST OF JUSTICE OF THE PEACE XT L i., Raymond 'Steen of 1338 N. W. 34th st„ Miami attorney, announced his candidacy for t'/e office of justice of the peace and judge of the small claims court in the first district. _A native of Suwannee county, O Steen was educated in the public shools and began teaching when he was 21 years of age. After serving as a school teacher for four years, he became a civil service employe, serving for several years in the custom house at Jacksonville. Admitted to the bar in 1922, O'Steen has been engaged since then in the active practice of law, coming to Miami seven years ago from Jacksonville. CALDWELL TO RECEIVE PLAUDITS OF FRIENDS Tallahassee—Preparations have been made by the people of the Capital City for the Homecoming rally Friday for Millard Caldwell, whom Tallahassee citizens recognized as a leading contender in the race for governor of Florida. Set features of the program inI elude an afternoon reception, a radio address and the big rally at the bank at 8:3. Arrangements I have been made by members of the Leon County Caldwell-forGovcrnor club This event will cause Caldwell to pause only a few hours from his campaign tour. On the way from Jacksonville Friday he will speak at Lake City, Live Oak and Madison. Saturday morning at 9:30 he will visit Havana, stopping at Quincy. Chattahoochee, Chipley, Graceville, Marianna. Bonifay. DeFuniak Springs. Crestview. Milton (his old home town) arriving in Pensacola at 8 o'clock Saturday evening for a rally in the historic Plaza. ELECT PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHBEBNICX Re p cee Mf tW LFA f to Beat ID Dairy Products WEST PALM BEACH •fflX-CEEAM—ICE CUAM Drink COCA COLA Coca Cola Bottling Company of Wast Palm Beach Florida SOUTHERN DAIRIES lssilim Falsa Beach County, faatariafl nationally Punoui Southern Dairies ducta and lea 0 — AS NEAR TO TOO AS YOUB FRO Ha FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME Jnc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 KIMBALL IS CANDIDATE FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE J. C. Kimball, known by his host of friends as "Jack," is a candidate for Justice of the Peace for the Fifth district, Miami Beach, subject to the Democrat/.primaries. After the boom, he became associated with Lummus and Young, one of the first real estate firms on the Beach. He later opened his own office which he has maintained for years, now located at 537 W. 41st St., Miami Beach. He feels his legal training and uninterrupted business experience and constant dealing with the public qualify him for the office he seeks. Since coming to Miami Beach, he has been active in the political and civic life of the community. ] Elect U. T.WEBB FOR Constable DISTRICT ONE r — %  • %  %  PERRY BITTEL your JUSTICE OF PEACE MIAMI BEACH (Lever 18A) Attorney for 22 y ears Able Honest Reliable (Paid Pol. Adv.) I pledge Honest. Efficient. Courteous and Full Time Attention to the duties of this important office. d'.ii.l Pol, Adv.) %  IS EVERYONE LOVES A WINNER Reliable Responsible RASMUSSEN —StateLegislature GROUP ONE INVITES YOUR SUPPORT MAY 2. 1944 E. L. RASMUSSEN (Paid Political Ady.) I Keep on buying War Bonds. Keep on buying War Bonds. Keep on buying War Bonds. Keep on buying War Bonds. There Is No Substitute for Experience Vote For and Re-Elect PAT CANNON To CONGRESS 100% Behind the War Effort PULL LEVER 4-A c Paid Political Adv.) -x ELECT A Great Task Lies Ahead Understanding, ability and Vision Will Be Required m 'GOVERNOR A FLORIDJAN IN HEART I AND FROM THE HEART STATE RIGHTS, ucTiaouaa) .' LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1W3 BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS' Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Flo. LEX GREEN Is Best QualifiedELECT HIMGOVERNORL > L OCAC V fc SELf'GOVERNMENT {mjKt in cu*m ; RETURN? tod* I I Ux'Graen wffl ipMk to tbe paopU of Florida Tuesday. April 1ST art 7:45 P. fi£) '* Wadnaaday. April 21 Friday. April 28. a 7:30 P. M. Saturday. April 2a y 10 P. M. 0T.r StalkWBUF WFTL • WPDQ WTSP* WWPG WDLP. (raid Political Adv.) rCONSTrrUTIONi



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PAGE TWELVE Jewish flcrMian FRIDAY. APRIL 21, COMPTROLLER LEE IN REPORT OF PROGRESS V e n u s — To the approving plaudits of his Highlands county neighbors. State Comptroller J. M. Lee launched his 1944 campaign for re-nomination with a report on the progress Florida has made in climbing out of the financial quagmire since this middle southern Florida county sent him to Tallahassee in 1933 pledged to make everyone pay taxes alike. Reminiscing of the days when he chained a railroad train to the track, to collect delinquent tuxes due this county at a time when its schools were faced with closing, the comptroller recounted the story of the rocky road travelled the past ll years during which time nearly $10,000,000 of delinquent disputed and fiercely contested taxes—some of it overdue as much as lilto n years — has been wrested from unwilling taxpayers to thi' end that the burden might be lightened on those willing taxpayers who have so long caught the brunt. "And now." Comptroller Lee told his audience, "after many prolonged legal battles to bring recalcitrant taxpayers into line the state and counties stand in I strongest financial position in hisi ry with more than $4,000,000 cash in the general fund of the| state March 31, $29,000. in the various miscellaneous and trust lunds in the state treasury, with most of the counties on a current pay-as-you-go basis for the first smee the boom; school t< i %  paid in full to dati and thou%  :of Old folks, dependent children and thi blind receiving the first of the new increased allotment checks. Meanwhile the state is taking cash discounts on ry bill as they are being | vn presentation. UPCHURCH SPEAKS ON FORMER CONSTABLE, IN OUR NATIONAL DEBT RACE FOR RE-ELECTION James (Jim) Hiekland. who formerly served two terms as conSable of the fifth (Miami Beach> Homestead—Emphasizing that •forty billion dollars is a fanestimate ot the increase in the national debt as a result of the mishandling of post-war readjustment after World War No. 1, Frank D. Upchureh. candidate for governor, declared, "we cannot as a nation or as a state withstand the same type of mistakes again." Upchureh said he proposed to call into conference, when he bi came governor, the real leaders of government and private enterprise to plan a sound future for Florida in which there will be equality of opportunity foi all worthwhile end* avor. "I have no magic formula which will enable m< by a wave oi a hand to establish a cure-all for unemployment or depression. Instead, I intend to offer opportunity to the real brains ol Florida, and from every section ol this state, to aid me in setting up post-war planwhich will enable us to avoid the 1 pitfalls which plunged us into mar chaos after \v I War No. I." Upchureh si rted. ndielected to rest r l district, has qualified as date for the office Hiekland was first theoffice In 1932. He was elect -d in 1930. and was defeated ,,„ %  the office in 1940 by John S Baber, now in military service. During his service he performed an enviable record record Of effort and understanding of law. his supporters sav. KLUTZNICK NAMED TO F.P.H.A. BYROOSEVELT Washington, D. C.--President ,1 sent to the Senate [or confirmation last week t mation of Philip WOMAN ASKS TO BE NAMED TO THE HOUSE Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Mrs. Frances O. Warriner 2461 S. W. 17th st.. former theanager for the Wometco %  i unci d he r candidacy for tia' Democratic nomination for • county ; seat of the Fli -emulativeMr.Wai: iner said she is preparing : %  program tiy< s siie expects to accomplish during her service, and this will in< I nefii ot si:." >1 i. MrWarrini r ntly .-< rving as a pi rsonnel Philip M. Klutznick, president of the SupreiW A ory Council of Alph Zadik All ph, B'nai B'rith youth organizal as Commissioner of thered; ral Public Housing Authority, rne FPHA, a unit of the Nati Housing Agency, is responsible for all publicly-financed warhousing except thai on Armv and Navy reservations, for Hie lowrent slum clearam i program i ated under the former United States Housing Authority, and for various housing functions of other placed in the FPHA when the over-all National Housing Agi ncy was i stablished Fi ruary 24. 1942 Mr Klutznick, a past president : B'nai B'rith's District Grand I i No, 6. ha bei n serving as an assistant administrator ol the MIA. in I war hoi. operations, undi r NHA Adminisr John P. Blandford, since the .nd of 1942. Vote For and Support J 1 M HICKWND CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE Fifth District (Mian.: Bi ach Si.i :..ide Golden Beach) QUALIFICATIONS: 20 years law en: | i .; offil r in Dade county HONEST—CAPABLE—EFFICIENT •Resident and Taxpayer of Miami Beach for 22 yeai Pull Down Lever 20-A Political Adv. Paid for by Friends Vote For and Support FARLOW STATE LEGISLATURE Subject to Democratic Primary | I'-lltlral A<1. Paid for by Friend. elect ED BAKER YOUR NEXT Governo "RED' SNEDIGAR ASKS COMMISSIONER OFFICE Louis F. "Red" Snedigar has qualified as candidate for county commissioner from the fifth district of Dade county. This is the newly created district which will give Miami Beach a county commissioner for the first time. Snedigar has been a resident ol Dade county for 30 years. He is native born Flondian. having been born in Bartow, Polk counSnedigar graduated in law school from Stetson university at DeLand, Florida, and was admitted to the state and federal courts. He became a member of Dade county bar and practiced law in Miami and Miami Beach for 15 years. He retired from the law practice after 15 years and became a realtor at Miami Beach. He is now in the real estate business at 529 Lincoln road. Snediear has been elected mayor by the people of Miami Beach lour times. He was mayor in 1922-23-24-25; again in 1928 and 1929; again in 1936 and 1937. TO ALL VOTER* The Man You Elect 2? H-ve NO Other Xl£2 ELECT ouia PARK ALAN "BUCK GRUNDY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Miami Beach HIS ONE PROMISE "I „,.. D-vote My Entire T,me to Th Office without Favor F., r Prejudice!" r •1"'ol Pol. A.Iv I Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. FOR SHERIFF ELECT GOVERNOR Elect MIL.ARD CALDWELL • Farmer • War Veteran • Lawyer # Tested Statesman Florida Can Be Confident with Caldwell Political A>lf I'aiil lor ljr I rmi'h of Mil i i. i-.:i R. B. Chastain QUALIFIED BY EXPEDIENCE Paid Political Adv. by Fnendi Insure Representative Leadership E LECT GEO. S. O'KELl BUSINESSMAN CIVIC LEADER HUMANITARIAN STATE SENATOR You CAN have CONFIDENCE in Ed Baker (Paw Political Adv.) Candidate for LEGISLATURE Group One Resident of Dade County 34 Years Asks Your Vote and Support Familiar With Our Problems Acquainted With Our People Knows Our Needs (Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.)


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
United Appeal Fund Quarter Million Dollars!
Fund Raising
WorkersElated
Over Results
ihJbe\wiisltUElliOiriidliiaun
^THE JEWISH UNITY F
THE J E W I S H WEE
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
U. J. A. BROADCAST
OVER WKAT TO BE
HEARD NEXT SUNDAY
An enthusiastic gathering at 6.0
-i present at the Clergy totti-
tute held last Monday when lead-
jfAmbers oi the Clergy of this
Joseph Schildkraut. Louis
Calhern. and Elizabeth Bergner.
noted stage and screen stars,
will take part in a nationwide
broadcast over the Blue Net-
work on Sunday evening. April
23rd at 11:30 p.m. (E.W.T.) un-
der the auspices of the United
Jewish Appeal for Refugees.
Overseas Needs and Palestine,
over local Station WKAT. En-
titled "FIGHTERS ALL." the
broadcast will present drama-
tizations depicting the heroic
role of the Jews in the war for
freedom and how the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. United
Palestine Appeal and National
Refugee Service have helped
refugees do their full share on
the battlefronts of the United
Nations.
Youth of Miami
Cooperating In
Rally Services
FOUNDATION TO HOLD
Surpassing by far, even the
greatest expectations, the 1944
United Appeal of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation formally
Close I with an elaborate wind-up
affair last Sunday evening when
IGEHS AT TEMPLE
p we're present to listen to ami
Spate with Dr. Abram L.
ghar in the all-day meeting.
The Institute was divided into
morning and afternoon sessions
S forums at both times A
luncheon was served to those
present between the sessions.
Sponsored by the Hillel Foun-
dation of the University of Miami,
us national director, Dr. Sachar
led the discussions which strove
to attain better understanding of
the Hebraic heritage and its re-
lationship to mankind and Chris-
tianity. Dr. Sachar, professor of
history at Illinois, author and lec-
turer, was presented by Mr. Wil-
liam Kesselman, head of the local
foundation.
Dr. Sachar look as his topics the
Foundation ol Judaism" in the
morning and "Popular Fallacies
About the Jews" in the after-
noon. Hi emphasized in sum-
marizing his remarks the pur-
ptiveness of life as a basic fac-
tor of the Hebraic heritage with
ill program of activities and ac-
tion in carrying this out as an
another.
Active forums followed the af-
ternoon session wherein Dr. Sa-
char enumerated several funda-
mentals tending towards the cre-
ation and furthering of anti-sem-
itism. He elaborated on the use
of the Jew aa the "scapegoat." the .
psychological factors and a num- the community wil
ber
Wttt
standing
democr
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at the University of Miami
announces their annual Hillel
Night at the Beach Y. W. & Y.
W. H. A 1 Lincoln road, on Tues-
day. April 25. at 8:00 P. M.. to
which the public is cordially in-
vited and urged to be present.
A picture of the religious, cul-
Lcading Miami youth organiza- tural and social activities of Hill-
tions are cooperating in a Youth el House will be presented by
Rally at 7:30 P.M. to be held talented Hillelitcs of the Uni-
April 24th in the auditorium of versity of Miami and by some of
Miami Senior High School at 7:30 the men in uniform Hillel serves.
P.M. it was announced today by Guests will enjoy several vocal
Miss Bettie Frances Harlow. solos, instrumental solos and the
chairman. Hillel choir; an original radio
A triple trio consisting of boys script; on inter-faith discussion;
and girls from the three great exhibition dancing; and other en-
religious faiths will discuss "How tertainment.
Can We Have A Better World?" All Hillel Committees will par-
Members of the trio are: Annette ticipate in the program. The Hill-
Jones, Mary Lee Newcomer, Wye el staff will distribute a special
Toole, Carmen Estes, Eddie At- edition of the newspaper,
kins. Thomas Madden. Leonard
Caplin. Irene Jacobs and Bill
Baros with the Moderator. Dr.
H. Franklin Williams of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
A Short inspirational talk will
be given by Lorin Coppock. head
of the social science department
of the Miami Senior High School.
The invocation will be the "Pray-
er for Brotherhood" led by Miss
ANNUAL HILLEL NIGHT I vociferous applause greeted the
->xt TTiroTMlV HDPTT Ot announcement that the sum of
UN lUtDUAI, /\ri\li. J $240,000 had been reached to date.
The quarter million mark is an-
BUDGET BODY OF
L
Leo Ackerman, president of the Margaret Blue of the Baptist Stu-
M & YWHA of Greater Miami, dent Union, Community sngng
vev is being led by Bettie Harlow will follow
orth side of with Miss Evelyn Johnson at the
YM
announces that a sur
conducted on the n<
Miami to ascertain the need
T
Following a number of sessions
for Piano. John Harlow will follow ()f theif Budgt.t Committee, the
with the benediction.
board of directors of the Greater
ticipated by the end of the cal-
endar year. Under the chairman-
ship of Jake Sher, the drive, pre-
ceded by some eight weeks of in-
tensive preparatory effort opened
with a breakfast rally on March
19. Over 500 campaign workers
participated in the effort to reach
the goal of $189,095 set by the
budget committee under the
chairmanship of .George Chertkof
after a series of hearings.
Stanley C. Myers, honorary
president of the Federation and
co-chairman of one of the di-
visions in the campaign, was
chairman of the celebration party
at the Wofford Hotel, pinch hit-
ting for Monte Selig, chairman
(jf the board who was ill.
Mr. Myers introduced Ben
Goldman, executive director, who
reported in his brief remarks to
the more than 700 workers, wives,
husbands and friends present that
outstanding statistics of the drive
were the raising in excess of $100,-
000 more than last year, the in-
crease in the number of contri-
butors by some 700 and the sur-
passing of the goal by $50,000,
He also noted that over $100,000
was contributed in cash and that
over a third of the current drive'*
contributors had never before
contributed to Federation.
Mr. Goldman noted the tribute
paid to the Federation by the
community, attributing the
achievement to careful organiza-
tion, dynamic leadership, and an
The purpose of the Youth Ral- Miami Jewi
need the area, the Miami Y 'v is to give the boys and girls meet in executive :
itAnFl2onwm increasing understanding and ap-
ish Fedei at on WUJ ,.eciatlon (jf Federation and what
Ni
S. Kelle
been
ecuti
al
Bounced
honor
succeeds Charles A. Riegelman
who occupied the post unti
recent election to the presidency
Geneva (JTA) Two new ORT
schools for the training ot Jewish
refugee youths in preparation for
their return to liberated European
countries after the war were
opened here at ceremonies attend-
dby high government officials.
a youth and teen age program.
Should the survey show the
; to give me uoys mmj k" = meet in executive session next stands {or He distributed
will than establish an extension an opportunity to ex*"** *T. Tuesday evening. April 2j7 start-!f crt]ficates lQ wofkcrs
program in Kaplan Hall. Temple themselves on the major issues In? at 8:15 at the Beach Y. 1 L.n- Thc celt>bration party began
I with a buffet supper from 6:30
of the budget com- to 7:30 followed by a report of
ntered around ad- ] tnc divisions. Mr. Sher addressed
ions that have been thc gathering briefly, thanking
the beneficiary ; ms co-workers for their untiring
possible bv the efforts, and expressing his com-
be welcome fcouth organizations f including overagt, railed in_ the campaign'D|rU, satisfaction with the drive.
Improve-
had
uch
isistance
increas-
dera-
meas-
as
:om-
can
and
imun-
Ben
Goldman, executive director for
his able guidance.
Division heads introduced in-
cluded Messrs. Milton Friedman.
Sol Goldstrom. George Bertman.
Dave Phillios. Max Orovitz. Her-
bert Scher, Albert Kahn. Stan-
ley Myers, Carl Weinkle, Jacob
Sher. Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers. Expressions
of thanks were extended to ab-
sent division heads, Sam Blank.
Ben Bronston and Monte Selig.
A message from Sam Blank ex-
tending greetings and congratu-
lations to the hundreds of work-
ers was read. In a message to
the Jewish Floridian, Mr. Blank
paid especial tribute to the dyn-
amic leadership of Mr. Sher and
joint of the Greater Miami Christian
Distribution Committee has open-
New York (JTA)-The ...... Youlh Counci
Montreal (JTA)The Legisla-
ed an office in London which will ^.--p PAPFR WII T BE ture of the province of Manitoba
work in cooperation with the In- WAOla i^7" ottY^vkv nas adopted a resolution favoring
tergovcrnmental Committee on
Refugees. ^_________
PICKED UP ON SUNDAY the admission of refugees into
--------- | Canada. The resolution reads:
Waste paper, which is still rated I -Realizing our responsibility in
as a war weapon, will be collected j common humanity to relieve the
in another county-wide drive suffering and distress of victims
' Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Reeder, chair-; of Nazj terror this House urgently
i man of the Dade Defense Council recommends that the Governmen
Salvage committee, announced. < f Canada: Offer sanctuary for
Calling attention to the vital the duration of the war, in Can-
need fur salvage paper, she urged I ada, to refugees from political or
every Dade county citizen to con- religious persecution without re-
1 tribute to the drive Sunday. ) Rard to race, creed or financial
Coral Gables. Miami Beach and
the Army will cooperate by sup-
plving trucks to help collect the
paper, along with trucks from
the city of Miami.
Dade countians have been asked
to tie 'heir newspapers and maga-
zines in separate bundles and to
place them on the curb in front
of their homes, either Saturday
night or before 7:30 a.m. Sunday., 1.
"On the last drive some people
; didn't put then paper out be-
cause it looked hke rain Mis
Reeder explained. That does not
matter. Thc drive will go Bhapd,
rain or shine."
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 4)
STATISTICS OF 1944 FEDERATION UNITED APPEAL
f

I
9
t)H
*
al
n
o. "Z
o
o *
h fen81?1*1 eresident of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
mar afcVe ngratulating Mr. Jake Sher, 1944 campaign chair-
^n upon the remarkhi B^i,i.mn msufe in this year's campaigi
which
saw all
remarkable achievement
broken and a sum
near $250,000 raised.
Boston (JTA)-Pohce Commis-
sioner Thomas F. Sullivan has
assigned a number of detectives
to track down the origin of anti-
Semitic literature which has been
flooding Chelsea and other Great-
Boston communities, it was
5.
ri.
Initial Gift $98,247 98 96
Special Gift 47.677 252 214
Ad\ance Gift 32,823 798 576
Men's Division. Miami 932 360
Men's Division
Miami Beach 877 397
Women's Division
Miami ... 1008 581
Women's Division
Miami Beach ....... 1334 708
New Gift 300 79
5599 3011
$118,400
56.225
35.070
4.603
5.289
4.720
5.991
9,775
er
annou
need here.
GRAND TOTALS 5599 3011 $240,073
The 1943 drive of which 98*> has been collecjpd had 2370 con-
tributors participating and raised a total of $140,000.








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FRIDAY, APRIL 21.1944
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
MMWMWWMA
MANwwAS*Sa
JEWISH WAR VETS
The regular meeting of the
freda Markowitz Post Ladies
Auxiliary of the J.W.V. will be
held Monday afternoon. April 24
At 2 o'clock at the YMHA, 1567
%. W. 5th Street, Miami. Ar-
rangements for the national pres-
ident's visitation will be com-
pleted. Important Red Cross
projects will be taken up. All
members are requested to bring
friends. Wives. Mothers. Grand-
mothers, and Sisters are now elig-
ible as soon as their kin enters
any branch of the armed services.
SPINOZA FORUM
TEMPLE ISRAEL
At the Tuesday gathering of
ttie Temple Israel Sisterhood Red
Cross Sewing Group, the 78th
birthday of Mrs. Hannah Sonne-
born was celebrated, with ice
mam and cake for all present.
Mrs Sonneborn has regularly at-
tended all the sewing meetings,
and made an enviable record.
M. B. JEWISH CENTER^
Mrs. Clyde Epperson will be
Ihe guest speaker at the regular
Sisterhood meeting of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Monday ,
evening, April 24 at 8:30. Mrs. '
Epperson is commander of the
Dado County Unit of the Women's
field army for cancer control.
Joseph L. Tepper, of Miami and
Washington, will address the
Spinoza Forum, this Saturday af-
ternoon, 3 P.M.. under the canopy
on the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. 11th Street,
between Collins Avenue and
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Mr.
Topper's topic will be "The Holy
Alliance." Next Saturday after-
noon, the guest speaker at the
Spinoza Forum will be Prof. Ed-
ward Clarke of the University of
Miami.
ARBEITER RING
of Greater
evening of
MIAMI PIONEERS
,
TOWER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fii. & Mat. Only Sa,
April 21-22
BLASTING THE JAP
U-BOAT MENACE!
Two Man
Submarine
WISH
TOM NEAL, ANN SAVAGE
I. CARROL NAISH
Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M.
and Sun. Thru Tuesday
April 22-25
SENSATIONAL TRIAL OF
NAZI WAR CRIMINALS
None Shall
En
scape
WITH
MARSHA HUNT
ALEXADER KNOX
HENRY TRAVERS
EXTRA!
Li'l Abner and all the
Dogpatch Gang in
"AMOOZIN BUT
CONFOOSIN"
NEW COLOR CARTOON
This Sunday evening at 6:30.
April 23. the Pioneer Women of
Greater Miami. Club No. 1. will
hold their Fifth Annual Donor's
Dinner at the Wofford Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach.
A musical program has been
arranged. Miss Ruth Brotinan.
talented soprano, accompanied at
the piano by Miss Anyuta Meli-
cov, well-known Russian pianist,
will entertain with English and
Jewish songs. Cantor Abraham
1 Friedman, of Beth Sholom Cen-
ter, accompanied by Mrs. j. Cam-
eron, will entertain with Hebrew
and Russian musical numbers.
Speakers on the program will
be Rabbi Max Shapiro and Dr.
Sonya Kamenetsky. Dr. Kamen-
etsky spent many years .11 Pah- -
tine, and is an executive of the
National Pioneer Women. She
Will talk on "Jewish Coloniza-
tion in Palestine as a Unique Con-
tribution to the World of Tomor-
row,"
The Arbeiter Ring
Miami will have an s=""*,-
entertainment Sunday, April at their Lyceum, 25 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, at 8:30 p.m.
Two plays will be given by
the Dramatic Club. Participants
include Mr. Harry Grcenberg.
Harrv Rose, Joe Weinberg. Jan-
ice Watzman, and Mrs. Teitel-
baum. The first play will be
' Der Emis." a one-act Drama by
Jacob Gordon. The other will be
"Der Katziv" by Harry Green-
berg.
Profits of the evening will go
to the Arbeiter Ring Shulas of
the South Eastern District.
There will also be a musical
program.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
HAT
II E N
HERE
The Ladies Auxiliary of Con-
gregation Schaarei Zedek, an-
nounce the completion of their
Spring Time Country Fair. Tues-
day, April 25, at 8 P.M.. to be held
at Biscavne Bay Temple. 120 N.
W. 15th Avenue. Mrs. Morris Of-
sowitz and Mrs. Edward Moss are
co-chairmen. Many novelty sur-
prises, games and prizes are in
store for those who attend. The
public is invited and there is no
admission charge. Proceeds of
the affair will go toward the Tal-
mud Torah fund.
BETH JACOB
A-J CONGRESS
A general meeting of the Wo-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congres will be held Mon-
day. April 24th. at 2 p. m. at the
YM & YWH, 1 Lincoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, honor guest, will present
Maurice Samuel's "Sholom Ale-
ichom." A board meeting will be
called at 12.30 prior to the gen-
eral meeting. All are welcome.
At the annual election meeting
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami
Beach, held last Wednesday night,
the following officers were elect-
ed Mr. David Goldstein, presi-
dent: Mr. Harry Wasserman, first
vice-president: Mr. William Mi -
chlowitz, second vice-president;
Mr. Al Meeholwitx. secretary; Mr.
Marcie Liberman, treasurer. Fn-
nancial and activities reports were
read and plans for the new year
presented An installation ban-
quet will be held in the near fu-
ture,
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
CARDIAC HOME
Election of officers of the Dadc
Chapter ot the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home was hold
last week and the following of-
ficers W( re elected: Mrs. Clemen-
tine Kemp, president; Mrs. G.
Lachs. fust vice president: Mrs.
R. Glatt, second vice president;
Mrs. J. Miller, third vice presi-
' Mrs. S. Rose, recording sec-
retary, Mrs. J. Kabb, correspond-
ing secretary and Mrs. M. Fur-
man, treasurer.
A Night of Games will be held
at the Jewish Community Center,
14th Place and Euclid Avenue on
Thursday evening. April 27 at 8
pin The admission is $1 and
refreshments will lie served.
A regular meeting of the B.Z.B.
Chapter of B'run B'rith Girls was
held in the form of a "pot luck"
supper at the home of Anita Mai-
mud. 463 S. W. 28th Road. To-
gether with their social activities.
the B.B.G.'s are aiding the war
effort and now arc packing thir-
ty kits for Russian Relief.
BETH DAVID
Beth David Congregation and
Sisterhood are sponsoring a Gala
Lag-BOmer Dance and Dedica-
tion of the new Patio and Suc-
cah. Wednesday. May 10th. Mrs.
Harry Hacker is in charge of the
arrangements
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Pallas Athena Restaurant
EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING
224 WEST FLAGLER STREET
OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M.
NATHAN GINSBURG'S
TRUE FARM FOOD T?)l
RESTAURANT ivif
645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY
2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS
Meat* Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From
1 p- M. 8 A. M.
OPEN EVERY DAY
RASMUSSEN ASKS TO
GO TO TALLAHASSEE
Dr. E. L. Rasmussen, a candi-
date for State Legislature, group
one, first became interested in
Honda m the winter of 1919
wlnn he was enroute to Jack-
sonville. Traveling from Savan-
nah. Georgia, where he was a
practicing physician, he met the
late Thomas A. Edison. While
aboard the train Mr. Edison be-
came interested in an anathesia
Which Dr. Rasmussen was then
about to perfect, and invited him
to come to Fort Myers at the
earliest opportunity; an invitation
which he accepted.
Dr Rasmussen was a founder
for the present Florida State So-
ciety of Naturopathic Physicians
which now- has a membership of
ZoU qualified physicians. He
served as president of this organ-
ization until 1928.
He operated the E. L. Rasmus-
sen Clinic in Coral Gables fur
nine years until 1941 when he
S w fe-P5Tnt bui,dlnR ='t 1719
S. W. Third Avenue. Miami
His platform includes: Work for
a plan of taxation that would
solve the difficulty of financing
our schools and the establishment
niia i"?-0 and care for our men-
telly deficient children.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Your Complex Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Art. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
M^-r:cfrn y?uUr cnvenicnce
Moms Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St. Miami
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Avenue
Alligator Wrestling, Alligator
Farm, Museum, Wishing
Well, Curio Shop
Take Bus No. 16 or Yacht
Semlnole Queen
. column In oonducted by Ujo
: .,,.,. Miami JewiHh K.-eratlon In
,. ,ration with The Jewish Klorld-
' a community servlc.-. To Inform
activities and to avoid conflicts In
Utsa nhone 1-8411 and ask for
'V'LnnJnity Calendar." MegtamtfM
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Sunday. April 23rd
Pioneei Women f Greater Miami.
Donoi Dinner, Wofford Hotel, 6:30
p, m.
Monday. April 24th
Miami Beach Jewish I enter Sister-
hood, regular meeting, Beach Jewish
Center, B i> m.i Bureau ol Jewish
Education, Executive Committee
meeting, Beach v. a p, m Board ol
i mi.-. t..r .n meeting. Beach Y. S'.io
p. in Jewish Study Croup. .'Ujes 11
in iv sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education In cooperation
with the Town Y, IM7 B. w. 5th
pjtreet, 1 10 to 9 10 i>. in.
Tuesday. April 25th
Jewish siinly Cnmp sponsored by
the Bureau of Jewish Education In
.....Deration with the Beach Y. YM
,\. wha ..f Miami Beach, l Lindon
Road, SO p, in. Adolescence 14 to
is welcome
Wedneaday. April 26th
Workmen's Circle Branch No B92.
Executive Committee meeting, 8:30
p in
Thursday. April 27th
Cardiac Home, Benefit, Community
Center, 8 p. m.
Monday. May 1st
Jewish Stud) Group, aces it ti> 18,
sponsored by the Bureau '>f Jewish
i>iu -;iimn in cooperation with the
Town y. r.: s. u -,th street, 7:M
to 9:30 p m.. Hadamah, Miami
Chapter, regulai meeting, t p, m.
George Schwartz, a candidate
for justice of the peace for Dis-
trict No. 5. subject to the May
Democratic primaries, has been
a practicing attorney at Miami
Beach for the past 12 years, main-
taining offices in Miami and Mi-
ami Beach. He bases his qual-
ifications on his education, train-
ing and experience to administer
the office.
Schwartz is a graduate of the
University of Pittsburgh and the
University of Miami, served throe
terms as a Democratic precinct
committeeman. is a veteran of
World War II and is a member
of Miami Beach Post 85. American
Lesion, and Jewish War Veter-
ans' Post 174. YM. & W.H.A. and
Zionist organizations. He recent-
ly received an honorable dis-
charge from the army.
BEACH Y
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Said a gentleman while inspectinq MOUNT
NEBO.
MOUNT NEBO has Beauty. Dignity and
Peaceand is the ideal site being selected
by discriminating families.
"It is better to have it and not need it, than
to need it and not have it."
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With You at Your Invitation
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PAGE THREE
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS

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B'NAI B'RITH GROUP IS
NOW OPEN TO GIRLS
Anew B'nai B'rith group open
ARONOVITZ RELEASES O'CONNOR PROMISES
LETTER; FAVORS BAKER ENFORCEMENT OF LAW
Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney,
to girls above 18 Has been organ- has released a letter over his
., resident, Mrs. Robert Miss Shirley Baehman of Phila-
AK,, iswi.i.. "-; M Ejch.
; i(;,;;,,dMyar1on Tohrn,
living in New York.
bens,
er, has been
Joe Zalis.
s
now
1668
their
SOCIAL
Mr mid Mrs.
JkUng in their new home.
W 14th Terrace, invite
"' rriends to B house warming
& evSing. April 30th. be-
JinninK at 8 o'clock.
Miss Harriet Livingstone of New
York is spending a week as the
house guest ol her cousin. Miss
Blank ol D.Lido Isle.
Mrs J L. HartZ left Wednesday
,0 visit with her daughter in
Woodm. iv. Long Island.
Mr and Mis. H. H. Miller. 1781
S W 23rd Street, have as their
houseguests their daughter. Mrs.
Arthur Fine of Cincinnati. Ohio,
and her two small sons, four-year-
old Richard Howard, and two-
vear-olcl J.rn.ld Norman, who ar-
nved recently. They will re-
main here l<>i about a month.
A cocktail party will be held
on Sunday afternoon, April 23rd.
from three to five, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
field, 2315 N. Meridian Avenue.
Miami Beach, in honor of their
daughter. Shirley, and Private
Harold Greenfield, whose engage
ment was announced earlier in
the season. Hostesses for the af-
ternoon will be: Mrs Anna Green-
ized. Last Wednesday evening
at the home of Miss Ida Singer,
1853 Jefferson Avenue, the nu-
cleus met to make plans for
Hi" organization. Those present
were Misses Sue Berger, Sunnie
Blodstein, Dorothy Epstein,
Elaine Freeman. Marsha Gold-
berg, Diana Jaffee, Martha Kes-
Bler, Shirley Levin, Edith Polan-
sky, Leah Simerick. Ida Singer
and Bette Sir. Mrs. Sol Gold-
strom and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort,
members of the Ladies Auxiliary
of B'nai B'rith, were present to
aid m getting the group started.
Temporary officers elected were
Bette Sir. chairman; Ida Singer,
.secretary and Sue berger, treas-
urer.
A charter member tea and swim
party at the Beach is planned leu
April 30. Everyone is cordially
invited to join as a charter mem-
ber. The next meeting will be
held on Wednesday, April 26.
signature addressed to the citizen-
ry of this area endorsing the can-
didacy of J. Edwin Baker seek-
ing the office of governor. The
letter stated: "We are confronted
with the most serious state elec-
tion in the history of our times.
Most of us are not even familiar
with the names of the candidates
for governor, yet it is so import-
ant that we learn the qualifica-
tions, standards, background and
Repeating his promise that
when he is sheriff of Dade Coun-
ty that 'the law will be enforced
fairly, honestly and impartially,
and for the benefit of all the
people of the county," Paul
O'Connor, candidate for sheriff
spoke to more than 100 people
at a meeting of the Silver Bluff
Pines association.
Continuing his intensive cam-
paign. O'Connor said that in h
work as chief of the Miami bur-
eau of the internal revenue de-
temperament of these men. What (partment for 10 years he had not
only been charged with the ad-
ministrative duties of that office,
but that also he had been m
charge of the difficult task of
tracking down those who sought
to evade payment of income tax
and other government levies.
field, Mrs. Sidney Rosenstock. .
Mrs. Gus Zuslow. Mrs. Albert! r^J!'"1-' and place cal1 5"146' or
Seiden. Mrs. Irving E. Greenfield.' 5"lb91'
Juniolhost,t;ss<'s Mjss Mimsye Se- .VMC acyc Tf"*
iden. Miss Harriet Rosenstock and ^ DlLL bnAYINL AbKb L\J
Miss Barbara Ann Greenfield. BE DELEGATE-AT-LARGE
FOR
0. S. SENATE
I am about to say is far beyond
any political motive which some
may nscribe to me. It is vitallv
important that no mistakes be
made, and take my word for it.
mistakes can be made.
I went to school as a boy with
one of these candidates. His
name is Senator J. Edwin Baker.
We spent our early lives togeth-
er. I vouch for him from the
bottom of his toes io the top of
his heada fine liberal gentle-
man. He has pledged his entire
cooperation in the war effort to
President Franklin Delano Roose-
velt. None of the other leading
candidates have followed h ex-
ample."
Buy a Rod and Reel
AND RELAX
For Your Health and Pleasure
SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
517 West Ave.. M. B. Ph. 5-1923
OPEN EVENINGS
Your Support Appreciated
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial to
the memory of the late Mark
Warenhaupt will take place at
services at Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
William "Bill" Shayne, active
in civic and political circles for a
number of years is a candidate
\n serve as a delegate-at-large for
the State of Florida to the Demo-
cratic National Convention to be
held in Chicago, July 19. Mr.
Shayne is running together with
Millard B.
CONKL IN
"THE DEFENDER OF
AMERICANISM"
Subject to Democratic
Primary
Headquarters
1019 Security Building
i Pol Adv.)
Friends are asked to be present. Earnest Overstreet and Walter P.
_. ... Fuller of the men's group and
The unveiling of a monument Mrs- Walter Clark, Mrs. Beulah
8-im mJfantJson M'-and M Hannah and Mrs. Hayden Har-
William Goodman 1,65 Bay Road. Ilss of liu, women's group, all of
Miami Beach will he held next whom are pledged to President
Sunday at 12 o clock noon at the Roosevelt
Jewish Section of the Woodlawnj Ml. shayne has been a prime
Park Cemetery. Arrangements m()VL.r ol the Democratic party
were made by Sidney H. Palmer Gf the state serving as a state
of the Palmer Monument Co. 'chairman of activities of the
^^^^= I Young Democrats of Florida. He
is a past Exalted Ruler of the
--------Miami Elks and recently was
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mintz.er, elected for a five-year term as
announce the birth of a daughter.i trustee. He is a member of the
Sunday. April 16 at the Jackson i United States Coast Guard Re-
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
ELECT
H. M.
JACKSON
BIRTHS
Memorial Hospital.
WEDDINGS
On Sunday afternoon April
23. Miss Muriel Sawitz and Lt.
Arnold Rosen will be married at
Temple Israel with Rabbi Jacob
Taishish officiating.
DR. TANNENBAUM NOW
OFFICER STATE BODY
Dr. Charles Tamunbaum was
elected to the Board of Directors
of the Southeastern Florida
Pharmaceutical Association at a
meeting held last week. A. Wil-
liam Morrison was unanimously
elected president.
serve, serving as chief bos'n mate,
and junior commander of his flo-
tilla. He is a member of innum-1
erable organizations and served |
as the first president of the Gov-.
ernor's Club of the Miami Y.
Mr. Overstreet is at present tax |
collector for Dade County, ap-
pointed by Governor Holland and
is an ardent Democrat. Together
with Walter P. Fuller and the
women's group, they are asking
for solidarity for the Democratic
party, believing that the- Presi-
dent should continue in office
during these critical times in
order that the war may be won
and to insure a just and lasting
peace.
Buy War Siamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
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1944
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YOUR STATE
Representative
Group 2
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VOTERS VOTE FOR
JACKSON"
(Paid Pol. Adv. b) Friends)
J. C. (JACK)
KIMBALL
FOR
JUSTICE OF
THE PEACE
5th DISTRICT
Subject to
Democratic Primariei
Endorsed by
Many Prominent Citizen*
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Mount Sinai Memorial Park \
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
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___________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor___________
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In The Synagogues
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MM.fi '82 NVSIM
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HISTORY IN THE MAKING
The Jewish Community in Miami is making historyand
making it fast. It is breaking precedents, shattering past per-
formances and establishing new records all in breathtaking
style. Ofttimes a growing community gains momentum all too
fast, making mistakes, causing waste of precious time, energy
and funds. As have other communities, we are making our
errors, diverting useful endeavor to lesser important under- Ahnim Znurous. AU children ol
takinas. temnomrilv nni ctronnthoninn V.o linl/o < v.o #fc4 the Talmud Torah participate.
Services -for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center: Kabbalas Shabbas
Service at 7:15 P.M. on Friday.
April 21st. Saturday morning.
April 22nd, services will be held
at 9:00 at which lime Rabbi Irv-
! ing Lehrman will speak on "The
Spirit That Moves Men." Phillip
Brooks will be Bar Mizvah. Can-
tor A. D. Wolf will chant the serv-
ice. Junior Congregation at 10
A. M. Shalos S'udos at 7 P.M.
Shaari Zedek: Kabbalas Shab-
bas Service at 7:15 P.M. Friday.
Beginning this Saturday morning,
Senior Services will begin at 8.30
followed by Junior Services at
10:30 A.M. with Rabbi Simon
April speaking on "A Strange
Fire." Junior Services are com-
plete with students of the Talmud
TorahShachns. Heading of the
Law, Moosaf Service, and Singing
-TIDBITS FROM EVER
Muctfy Gonjiclmtial
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
takings, temporarily not strengthening the links of the chain ft? .Talmud Torah participate,
.v -ii -7 i ... Adults are cordially invited to
fnrrt anil nmto rrr%H 4/-v*-*i*** .-r- .1__ *- .
that will unite and fortify us. the^inspiring^Junior'Se'rvices] At
6 P.M. Mincha Service folowed
by a discussion of the Ethics of
tl. c-j___. u n the Fathers conducted by Rabbi
The federation has just formally completed its masterful April. Shalos S'udos and Maerev
campaign, the drive exceeding its qoal by $50,000, far more folll,w'- Sunday School at 10 A.
.t. ........ IM. Talmud Torah classes daily.
Bctth Jacob: Friday evening
service at 7:15. Saturday services
at 7 and 9 A.M. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will address the con-
tinuants. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will chant the service. Sha-
loa S'udos at 7:11 I'M. Regular
MizrachJ meeting Saturday eve-
ning in the Community building.
Beth David: Friday
Of note is the new ritualariam (Mikveh) now approaching
completion on Miami Beach. Discussed pro and con as to its
need and necessity many are watching its reception and the
mark it will make upon the community. In all events, it marks
an epoch.
The city council of Miami Beach approved the permit calling
than was anticipated taking into consideration the good finan-
cial conditions existant. Salient points of the drive were the
excellent lay and professional leadership and guidance, the in-
crease of contributors, a third more than previously with 3,000
participants and the percentage of increase over other cam-
paigns. With contributions still dribbling in, the fund is ex-
pected to reach the quarter million mark by .he end of the
calendar year. Recalling that just a few years ago, the entire service at 7:15. Saturday morn-
community gave but some twenty thousand dollars to worthy j^n.or^Congregauon at "ioVS!
causes, the difference speaks for itself. Miami in Ihis endeavor M- At this time Rabbi Max Sha-
ba set an example for the rest of the country tc follow. giro will expound the portion of
---------- Temple Israel. Regular Friday
evening services at 8:15. Rabbi
Jacob Tarshish" topic will be
"FriendshipHow Can We Rc-
cngnize It?" Reception will im-
mediately follow services.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation: Services are scheduled
lor Friday at 7:15 p.m. and Sa-
turday at 9:00 a.m. and 7:15 p.m
Daily services at 8:30 a.m. and
7:25 p.m.
Bl2hi ,Snolpm: Services are
for the erection of another synagogue Beth Tfiloh in that city The'go's. SJES^iMb K&
to be built on Euclid Avenue and Tenth Street. Considerable bS pSSSXH %*?*
discussion is in ihe air with regard to the construction of a SeakTn'"cSu^^wJ? H
reformed temple in the vicinity of 22nd Street, and both orthodox f^wu Planning." Camor Abr'i
congregations in the south west are planning additional struc- h"'| ^S'n'V^' Chanl t,,, mu'
tures. one a recreation center. ffi in"She" &|ffiffJg
ing. The social will be held in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. M Bergs-
The Halle) Foundation at the University of Miami is in the SSSSSiffS of ft
process of revamping its building near the University so that ^P1*; Sabbath morning serv-
jt. physical set-up can meet the needs already evidenced by 33 SftiF&S ffLtiS?*
the reception and response of the students. Hillels program is
m full swing and we will have an opportunity to witness some
of the results and activities next Tuesday evening at the B'nai
B nth meeting when the students will present an eveninq's
varied program. There is no doubt of the value of Hillel and
with the anticipated expansion of the University of Miami it
will fdl a major need of our chidren.
The Clergy Institute saw history made when ministers of
IS FINAL FIGURE
(CONTINUED^ROM PAGE 1)
his co-workers. The geniality
-----, ...-., ot i'nL'rfiy and driving determination
theu hair down to discuss the many problems confronting them I ,hfm^lves.; he said WhS
with reference to the Jewish people. Not bv anv mJ,75Crt^al w tlVe entire >untry
the Institute sponsored by HiL solved &*?! ^^^^t^l^
give all those present food for though: and through them to the* SSJBnffir&S Sttfft ^
consl.tuency a source of material that will allay their fears and : HR* ^SSfft *.&:
enswer any of their doubts bl\y to worthy causes bpunM
Mr. Blank was in receipt of a
telegram from Henry Montor
uKtT Vi> Caiman tftnc
United Jewish Appeal which sta-
is important not alone from
CORAL
GABLES'
FINEST
CLOSED
EVERY
FRIDAY
FOOD FOR THE EPICURE
stNTIMjA HOTEL
Thanks
I want to thank my many patient friends who attended
my opening days last Saturday and Sunday
Such wholehearted response demands the best in food
and service, and this ... I promise to give.
VICTOR

the affair was .2 BI?up
srir^SfflEir*
WE REPORT....
Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy, who, as y0u u,
is actively interested in fighting anti-Semitism, recenty i u*'
friend: "I am not pessimistic, but I am very much worried
Despite all this good will talk, anti-Semitism is on the inci
and threatens to assume really violent manifestations" tl '
Associated Press has sent the Protestant Textbook Co
sion a letter apologizing for the unfair treatment given in
AP dispatch to the speech Representative Curley made on th
floor of the House about Jewish heroism in the war t
sponse to a number of inquiries: Yes, Walter Winchell is I I u
and never has denied it ... Representative Clare Boothe L
who is not exacty a friend of the Roosevelt administration 11
be the keynoter at the Republican Conventionand also at th
dinner marking the 20th anniversary of the British-Americ
treaty of 1924, which guaranteed that no change would be mad
in the political status of mandated Palestine without American
consent .... The dinner is being sponsored by the Zionist Re-
visionists. .
THE HARRYS HAVE IT____
Harry Richman, over-age for Army service, is going over-
seas soon with a USO entertainment unit There he hopes to
run across his older brother, Lou, who has been overseas with
the Army for quite some time now Lou, who used to run
a night club on Broadway, but whose age is not a matter of
public knowledge the way brother Harry's is, got into the Army
by decaring he was fifteen years younger than he actually
is And if you don't think it's an achievement for a man of
59 to get away with a fib like that, just try it when you're rising
sixty Harry Hershfield tells us that New York State Supreme
Court Justice Aaron J. Levy was a close friend and traveling
companion of the late Jack London, though you won't find this
fact mentioned in any of the London biographies Harry
Zarief, father of those quadruplets, is a musician, and so knows
from experience that management is important for one (or four)
in the pubic eye ... So the quads have been signed up by
an agency, which has already signed, in their behalf, contracts
mounting into the tens of thousands of dollars ... On the Zai-
ief's home block, by the way, the gossip is that the recent
change of the family name from Friedman to Zarief was made
on the advice of some New York newspapermen, who argued
that the name Friedman didn't lend itself to national pub-
licity .
LITERARY DEPARTMENT____
Rachel Baker, author of the best-selling biography "The First
Woman Doctor," owes her success to a bargain she concluded
with her husband, Joseph Baker, a couple of years ago Ac-
cording to the bargain, Joseph was to work hard for five years
without the cooperation of his wife, who had been his pardnei
right along This gave her time to write her book in be-
tween caring for her apartment and children ... In return,
Rachel is to support the family for the next five years, giving
Joseph a chance to write a best-seller of his own Ossip Dy-
mow, the gifted playwright, journalist and short story writer,
will be feted at a private celebration to mark a half century
of literary work Ossip started to write while still in knee
fSnSi Y, y R Hurwich is the publisher of a new monthly
called Newspaperman ... It is a journal of fact, fiction, humor
and opinion written by working newspapermen exclusively,
tor newspapermen Harry shows a great deal of courage
. I hose of us who own the ten-volume Univeisal Jewish En-
cyclopedia (publication of which is now complete) are par-
ticularly delighted with the extra "Reading Guide and Index"
volume compiled by Dr. Simon Cohen, director of research
orheLncycopedia ... The index, entiled "The Seven-Branched
E\5 i i e 'eferences arranged in seven main groups, and
readers desianed to facilitate independent study by its
STAGE AND SCREEN ....
John Wexley. one of our better writers for stage and screen,
wn, S'V^t6 **mV now One of his hits, you remember,
"wlfntlUed. The Lasl MUe" ... So now the author writes us:
mil- fLT rf8 u m,arch drU1 with Ml military equipment every
Fat ^e *! Last MUe B now. instead of royalties,
ncKl hS?- 'J n"l Morr8' next Picture wiU caled "a'
turn Twi i^ "*"* Mischa Elman, Jascha Heifetz, Ar
STbSSSS Q"c aU *e ^co-celebrities Have you heard
are ou? on i* Spook Theatre." where spine-chilling shows
tTnmenr i- mi*mc*h -The idea for this macabre "enter-
g^V/X!RSBEtff? UB by u
ABOUT PEOPLE____
Who^ m?S; S?" ,Gove' H. Lehman's adopted son,
ave^ulS'" 2Sttol ta an airPlane crash over Europe, was
economics ^,rnd T-"1* ,eUow e knew music and
to biSURSfaS Iudqe Jnah l GoWetein appears
New York StS T nonaUon for mayor in the not too distant
who won a ffetro^19^ RStoa7R-nik. the Jewish
prano voice MetrSPb,an ODera contract, has a really tine so-
career, like hefa. I Parente Wan,ed her *> 9 for a ""ft
Regina, ouSuhfiS 2 r*!*^ or a y a stubborn gnl who knew what .he wanted, won out..


FRIDAY
APRIL 21, 1944
'Jewisii flcrkUan
PAGE FIVE
face Facts

By Alexander F. Mill**
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
The woods of South Florida
u hecn filled with Under
Kr" characters during the past
"Cnd Harvey "Cowboy;
/e'r held a series of revival
SP.'tm/s at Reverend Watson's
fS Tabernacle in St. Peters-
5 Reverend SpnnRer. to the
^.iated is a miniature edi-
SoHh. Keverend Gerald Win-
J\.ho has sDoken on numerous
SJkS. at the same Tabernacle.
Soringcr was quite bitter and
speeches followed the familiar
anti-Roosevelt. anti-New Deal.
ant -Jewish pattern. The one hu-
morous item in an otherwise
monotonous tirade is contained in
T' title of one of his sermons
Jonah, the FirstJcwish Submar-
me Commander.'
Lee Morris, brilliant liberal col-
umnist of the St. Petersburg In-
dependent exposed Springer in a
stries of masterly columns as ef-
fectively as lie had previously ex-
posed Winrod.
Incidentally. Lee's brother Don
Morris is editor of the Palm Beach
Post-Times Westbrook Pegler
devoted his whole column on
April 18. 1944 to answering an
attack made on him by Don Mor-
rif.
If your executive director wore
a hat, it would be doffed to the
Morris brothers who like to play
ball on the side of the Angels.
Here in Miami, the Reverend
Joe Jeffers. masquerading under
the alias of Joseph Doubleday. Py-
ramidist. Archaeologist and what-
not, held forth for a week at the
Miami Woman's Club much to the
surprised horror of the august
ladies who conduct that highly re-
spectable auditorium. Bearded
and wearing a turban, Jeffers
proved to be a dynamic speaker
with dramatic gifts. He appeared
able to play on the emotions of
his small but fervent audience at
[will. Apparently he is trying to
I build here a church similar to
[to one he headed so successfully
lmLos Angeles before he became
Involved in marital and other dif-
I Acuities.
I Amidst the verbiage distilled by
IJeffers. was the following gem
1 explaining the present real estate
market on Miami Beach. "The
reason the Jews are paying $100,-
000 for 100 feet on Miami Beach
is that the Lord wants them all
concentrated in one spot so that
he can destroy them all at the
same til
ANNOUNCES A SECOND
JEWISH STUDIES GROUP
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion announces the formation of
a second Jewish Studies Group
on Miami Beach. The group,
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in cooperation with
the Beach Y will meet for the
first time Tuesday, April 25 at
7:30 P.M. at the Beach Y. Mr.
A. P. Gannes, Executive Director
of the Jewish Bureau of Educa-
tion will conduct the group.
Young people between the ages
of 14 to 18, schooled, or unschool-
ed, are welcome to attend.
STURENT'S RECITAL
The Student's orchestra under
the direction of Charles Sperry
will present a recital on April
23rd at 3 P.M. at the Miami Wo-
man's Club. 1737 North Bayshore
Drive. The feature artist of the
afternoon will be Richard Cohen
who will perform the Artie Shaw
concerto for clarinet.
POST WAR PROSPERITY I EPPERSON POINTS OUT
STRESSED BY GRAHAM i CONSTRUCTIVE LABORS
VETERAN COUNCILMAN
SEEKS HELP OF VOTERS
Val C. Cleary, veteran council-
man and pioneer resident of Mi-
ami Beach is a candidate for the
office of Dade county commis-
sioner in the newly created dis-
trict which includes all the ter-
ritory east of Biscayne bay from
the Broward county line to Gov-
ernment Cut at Miami Beach.
Councilman Cleary. upon en-
tering the campaign for this of-
fice in the Democratic primaries,
said he had no particular plat-
form to offer at this time other
than to say he expected to carry
out the duties of the office in a
dignified legal manner and to as-
sist in the continuation of the suc-
cessful business administration of
of the present commission which
is recognized as one of the out-
standing bodies of the county.
OBITUARIES
Melbourne, Fla. With well
over 100,000 persons registered in
his home county of Dade, Sen.
Earnest R. Graham, candidate for
governor, was working up the
east coast, spreading his message
that post war prosperity for all
Florida depends on united co-op-
eration throughout the state.
Emphasizing his ABC program
of more visitors through adver-
tising, agricultural development
to serve the built-up tourist mar-
ket and work reserves, such as
a long reforestation program,
Senator Graham urged election
of a governor whose experience
and background qualifies him to
direct Florida post-war activities
along sensible busines lines.
"There is no problem in Flor-
ida impossible of solution." he
said, "but you must have a prac-
tical sensible man at the helm
of state government to guide the
development of sensible plans for
Florida's future."
The farmer-business man again
stressed that $50,000,000 for ne-
cessities of life in Florida, now
are being sent to other states, de-
spite the fact that such necessities
now are available or readily
made available here in Florida.
He said he referred to meats,
poultry, vegetables and milk and
dairy products.
"It just doesn't make sense to
send such money out of the state
when our own agricultural coun-
ties need this business and can
supply the demand. We can ac-
complish our aims if we think
deeply and plan sensibly. The
opportunities are here. It merely
remains for us to be alive to
them."
Clyde Epperson, pro-Roosevelt |
and humanitarian, candidate for
congress, summed up the issues
in the congressional race today,
stating "Congressman Pat Can-
non, has been here among home-
folks now for several weeks, cam-
paigning for re-election, and he
has not yet explained to the sa-
tisfaction of the majority of his
constituents why he voted against
the Roosevelt program 85 per cent
of the time, as he boasted at a
Miami port authority meeting,"
Epperson said.
Epperson pointed out his own
constructive program for the four-
th district; his qualifications based
on experience as a lawyer, certi-
fied public accountant and tax
specialist; told of his .two years'
service as an infantryman over-
seas, in the last World War. and
his deep interest in the problems
of returning servicemen.
.
DR. MORDECAI SOLTES
Newly designated Executive Di-
rector of Yeshiva College in
New York.
OFFICES
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well ventilated; wlf-
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n> Lincoln Road. Retu-
>n leaM
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MRS. H. F. WEINERMAN
Mrs. Harry Nevins, of 2352 S.
W. Third St.. received word of the
death of her sister, Mrs. Helen
Freed Weinerman of D e 1 r a y
Beach. Mrs. Weinerman former-
ly resided in Miami and is sur-
vived by her husband, Moe. and
a son, Marshall, both of Delray
Beach; Mrs. Nevins, three other
sisters and two brothers. The
body will be sent to Minneapolis,
Minn., for services and burial.
LOUIS ASTROFF
Lonis Astroff. 76 of 1793 S. W.
First street. Miami, died at
his home after a brief illness. He
came to Miami from New York
four years ago. He leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Gussie Cohen, of
Far Rockaway. L. I., and Mrs.
Leona Astroff, of New York City.
Funeral arrangements were in
charge of Gordon Funeral Home.
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LEAH HERMAN
Leah Herman. 86, 1269 Collins
ave., Miami Beach, died at her
home Saturday following a brief
illness. She had been a resident
here since 1925. coming to Miami
from Birmingham. Ala, She
leaves four daughters: Mrs. Bella
Roseman of Birmingham: Mrs.
Sarah Glickman. Mrs. Doris Adler
and Mrs. Anna Kirsch, all of Mi-
ami Beach; also one son. Arthur
Rerman. of Los Angeles. Calif.
She was a member of Beth Jacob
synagogue. Funeral services were
held at the chapel of the Gor-
don Funeral Home Monday at 2
p. m., Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
officiating.
euct
MARTIN GENET
PRACTICING ATTORNEY
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
Miami Beach. Dutrict 5
Honest Trustworthy
Capable
~I pledge you that I will
conduct the office in man-
ner of which you will be
proud."
(I*ld Pol. Adv.)
THOSE devastating bombings
of the roads to Tokyo and
Berlin are made possible by your
War Bond purchases.
To win this war, our fighting
men must be supplied with huge
quantities of equipment .
must be furnished the tools with
which to conquer the enemy.
Only through your continued
purchases of War Bonds can our
men be kept supplied with this
equipment.
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to invest still more in War
Bonds in Victory!
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PAGE SIX
+Jewish ncrkUam
Presentation of an Americftn flag to the Seventh Battalion of the Florida State Guard was
made by members of Sholem lodge, Bnai B'rith, in ceremonies held at the Arinoiy paradi
ground last week. Maj. John T. Bills, battalion commander (left) accepts the gift 'nun Nat
Roth. Fred Shochet, President Milton Friedman, Alex Miller and Isador Brown.
HIGGINS IS CANDIDATE
FOR CONSTABLE

Harry S. Higgins, 55. is a can-
didate for constable for Miami
Beach, and was formerly deputy
constable for 18 months under the
former constable. Capt. John Ha
ber.
Higgins is campaigning for elec-
tion upon a pledge that, when
Capt. Baber is mustered out of
service, lie will relinquish the iob
to him.
Higgins was appointed con-
ble by Oov. Spcssard I. Hol-
land when Baber enlisted in the
army. He has made many friends
us fairness and justice in per-
formance of h.is duties, according
to his friends.
He was born in the Pennsyl-
vania coal regions and spent his
early days working in coal mines.
He served in naval aviation over-
seas in the last World War
i i cause he lost a mail order busi-
he had established befon
listing, is keenly aware ol the
necessity of providing jobs tor
veterans of this war
KENNETH OKA WANTS
JOB AS PEACE JUSTICE
Kenneth Oka. a practicing at-
torney at Miami Bead;, who is
making the race for justice of the
peace in District 5. subject to the
Democratic primary- on May 2,
groduated from Harvard Law
School, is a past president of the
Miami Beach Junior Chamber ol
Commerce, a long-time resident ol
the Beach and has serve |
cinct commits, man there for the
past two yeai -
Oka is married and lives with
family at 521 W. Thirtieth
Street, at the Beach. He is serving
Pi rry Bittel, Miami Beach at-
torney who is a candidate for
Justice of the Peace, 5th District,
which includes Miami Beach, sub-
ject to the Democratic primary.
as esteemed lecturing knight of
Elks Lodge No. 1001 on the Beam
and is a member of the temporary
reserves of the U. S. Coast Guard.
"A lawyer for a lawyer's job,"
is Oka*s motto for the office be is
set knig. \\> points with pride to
the fact that he has argued cases
re Justice.-, Fehx Frankfurter
and James M. Land is of the U S
Supreme Court.
GRUNDY ASKS TO BE
MADE PEACE JUSTICE
Park Alan Grundy is now de-
voting ins entire time as a candi-
date for Justice oi the Peace at
Miami Beach. Grundy said he is
vated by the belief that the
POSt ot justice ot the peace ot
Miami Beach is "not a minor )< I
to be handled as an adjunct or
to further a man's business
whether he be a banker, lawyer
or storckeepi i
('] bo is 43. was edu-
cated at Princeton and Lehigh
universities. First president ot
the New York Beverage Dealers'
association, he has been ;, Miami
He.,.:, resident for the past m
yeai -
PAT CANNON SEEKING
RE-ELECTION TO HOUSE
Representative Fat Cannon is
seeking re-election to the House
of Representatives from the
Fourth Congressional district.
The Miami congressman thank
--- "'MIJ,!! .MUIIIII 1IIUHI\-
td the people of the Fourth dis-
trict for having honored him re-
peatedly with the privilege of
serving them in congress.
"My service, in point of time,
has been during the most active
and important period of our na-
tional life." Cannon said. "Dur-
ing the time of my service, the
congress has made a valiant and
rather effective effort to regiment
130,000.000 souls into a common
war effort.
Pointing with pride to the part
that the fourth congressional dis-
trict of Florida has played in the
national war effort, he declared
that it is only through the "con-
tinued concerted effort of all of
the people that we will be per-
mitted to go forward to an even
greater development as a com-
munity."
Representative Cannon pledged
his continued service to the people
of the district and asked that they
enable him to render a better
service by appraising him of their
problems, in order that he may
assist in the solution of them.
SSt&r
AUGUST BROS Ry
** fo ,1,,. mu' ""
IS the BEST
CHASTAIN ASPIRES TO
THE OFFICE OF SHERIFF
R. B. Chastain, resident ol Mi-
ami since 1910 and Constable in
District 1 of Dade County since
January 1st, 1933 has announced
Ins candidacv for sheriff.
Chastain, for years a Miami
business man. before entering the
political field, and a former school
teacher, operated, with his broth-
er, J. C. Chastain. one of Flagler
Street's first grocery stores west
of the bridge ovei Miami river.
In bidding for re-election to the
office of Constable in 1936 and,
1940. Chastain won by over-
whelming majorities.
_ He is an active member ol the
Central Baptist Church in Miam
Biscayne Hay Lodge. 124 F. & A.
M.. Miami Consistory, Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Kite of
Freemasonry: Main Shrine. Mi-
ami Elks' lodge. 948, Miami Op-
timists Club. United Commercial
Travellers of America. Eastern
Star, and Knights ot Pythias.
In making the announcement,
tain said he believes his var-
ied experiences peculiarly qual-
ity him for the office of Dade
Countv Sheriff, and he intends to
wage a vigorous and independent
campaign. "It is my hope-.' he
said, "to see as many of the voters
of the county as war-time condi-
tions will permit."
CHAPPELL ASKING FOR
CONGRESSIONAL SEAT
Dan Chappell. Miami attorney
member of the Florida house ,,,
representatives for three sessions
is a candidate for the fourth con-
gressional district seat
I He served as a member of the
193l'anH 1Q& h"US ln lhe 1929'
1931 and 1935 sessions and is sen-
nLTnET 0,the Mlami taw
, fnm of Chappell and Brown
I Emphasizing his experience a,
a legislator. Chappell said his
familiarity with the various
branches of government in Wash-
ington f,t him to represent the
Collier' ndhiS com|l* Dade
?ongVessand M0n,C COUntlcs- '"
Sen. Claude Pepper declared at
a political rally at Miami BeaJ
last Friday night that "there an
men running for the high office
ol I'mted states senator, not
against me, but against Franklin
D. Roosevelt "
"These men who talk about
bureaus and bureaucracy," Pro-
per continued. let them
whether they will hold up the
hand of our President in winning
the war."
Senator Pepper is seeking re-
election as senator in the coining
primary.
URA T. WEBB ASKING
OFFICE IN DISTRICT 1
Campaigning on a platform that
business experience is essential
foi proper coduct ol the office of
constable in modern times. Ura
l. Webb, entered the race for
constable in District 1 to succeed
n. U. Chastain. who is not sei I-
ing re-election for that office.
Webb points out that the duties
ol a constable in a place like Mi-
ami become more and more con-
WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES
PE5TER ME
I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE
HELPS NERVOUS TENSION
TO RELAX
AND LEAVES ME
CALM,SERENE ,
d with legal affairs of busi-
ness and civil matters and less
and less with criminal cases.
For a while he was active in
real estate and building opera-
tions becoming associated later
with the wholesale and retail gro-
cery business. In 1941 he went
into shipbuilding and joined a lo-
cal welders union, leaving that
job recently to again become ac-
tive in real estate.
W5.E,N Functional Nervous
Disturbance* such as Sleeo-
BS2SH: Cranki"". Excitability,
Restlessness or Nervous Headache
Interfere with your work or spoil
your good times, take ^
Dr. Miles Nervine
(Liquid or Effervescent Tablet*)
Wakeful. J.ttery. Irritable. Ner-
BH^k",0n/\1} cause Nervou.
Headache and Nervous Indiges-
tion. In t.mes like these, We ^
more likely than usual to bOD
overwrought and nervous SRJ
Jh for a good sedative. Dr
i%KrrneJ' S00* "dative
mild but effective. "
v!L? *? not U8e *>r. Miles
STft C SJ T'JSft
Liquid and Effervescent"Suit
a ** 23S .oothinfu
RABBI TARSHISH TO BE
SPEAKER AT UNITARIAN
Rabbi Jacob Taishish. rabbi of
Temple Israel, will be guest min-
, ister at the services of the First
Unitarian Church next Sunday.
Rabbi Taishish will direct the ser-
vices in the absence ot Hev. Jos-
eph Barth^______________
MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE
DANCE UNDER STARS
A novel dance is being planned
by the Miami Set vice League of
the Y.M.H.A. in cooperation with
the Victory Belles for Saturday
night. April 22. at the Y.M.H.A.
Athletic Field. 1567 S. W. 5th
Street.
Contests and novelties are be-
ing planned by the Victory Belles
and the dance will be held in the
open on the "Y" Athletic Field.
All service men arc- cordially
invited.
PASSOVER SEDER HELD
AT RIVERMONT PARK
A Passover Seder was celebra-
ted at Kivermont Park, with Dr.
Sanel Beer officiating. Guests who
took part in the service, in addi-
tion to house guests, were Dr. and
Mrs Julius R Rosenthal and Mrs.
Rosenthal S sister. Mrs. Prisament.
Mis. Symon of Passaic. N. J.. Miss
Edith Simon of Miami Beach.
Miss Anyuta Melicov and Mrs.
Melicov, Mr. and Mrs. Blumen-
thal, Dr. and Mrs. Charles I.
Hyde. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sen-'
ator of New York, Miss Kahane,
and Mr. Bert Silving, radio artist
from Vienna, Austria.
After dinner guests were enter-
tained by Mr. Silving, Mrs. Sen-
ator, and Miss Melicov with piano
selections, and vocal selections bv
Mr. Rosenthal and Mr. Silving.
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Of The Jewish Weliare Board Help Ui Keep Record of
Our Men in Service
SERVICE
PARADE!
j- Seymour Goldv,.ber has N. C. CAMP HAS MANY
ffcflMSS**? PERSONS AT SEDER
L avenue Enlisting in the Ma- ---------
ue f tour years ago, he has been Camp Lcjeune, N. C. More
rBie,-MS since December. than 200 persons attended the
0Vi hrnthcr Morton, a seaman Seder services conducted at Mess
. i the Maritime service, is sta- Hall No. 1209, Industrial Area.
fiS at Boston. Friday evening to mark the start
a lister Ethel Goldweber. an of the Passover observance by
V,tinn machinist's mate 3/c. is Camp Jejeune Jewry. It was the
^tinned at Milton. rs*time .tn"1 Passover. Biblical
stationed Pvt Robert L. Miller. 6848 N. brated on this base.
u-mi avenue, has been assigned Lt. Byron Rubenstein. chaplain,
thP AAF Training Command was in charge of the Seder, the
Jn school at Sioux Falls. S. D.. religious ceremonial meal which
?r trainine as a radio operator- rehearses in dramatic form the
-hanir He formerly was a story of the common man, as typ-
mfmberof the Miami Police De- ified in the slavery of Egypt, the
"X', call to freedom by Moses, and the
Pann ______ miraculous delivery of the Jews
py\ Louis Schwarti. jr.. 18, from many tribulations. Private
in?4 N W 38th Street, now wears Baronofsky served as cantor at
^sharpshooter medal for high the rites, while Harry A. Margol-
nualification with the Army's .30 in. eleven-year-old son of Ser-
S chine at Drew Field, geant and Mrs. Harry A. Margol-
Xk he is stationed at the air- in. Service Battalion, asked the
rraf warning unit training cen- four questions that highlight the
Seder service.
Lt. Joel M. Kleiman. 24, of New
York City, holder of the Disting-
uished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, an Oak Leaf Cluster, and a
Presidential Citation, has seen
combat duty in Asia and the
Southwest Pacific. On patrol,
Lieutenant Kleiman spotted an
enormous concentration of Jap-
anese shipping off Guadalcanal
and radioed the news to head-
quarters. American naval and
air forces were dispatched to the
scene and a great battle ensued.
When it was over, fifty Japanese
vessels had been destroyed. Lt.
Kleiman and his crew are credit-
ed with downing fourteen enemy
craft. He has amassed a total of
450 combat flying hours.
A Miamian among overseas re-
turnees whose arrival at AAF Re-
distribution Station No. 2 was an-
nounced in Miami Beach Wed-
nesday is Second Lieut. Milton
Gostel. 3360 S. W. Second Street,
now awaiting reassignment.
Lieutenant Gostel, 28, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gostel. A
B24 Liberator navigator, he en-
tered the Army on June 15. 1942,
and served five months in the
European theater of operations
from Sept. 25, 1943, to Jan. 24,
1944, after which time he was hos-
pitalized in the United States at
Staten Island, N. Y., and Rome,
Ga. He was graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High school and later
was assistant recreation director
and playground supervisor for
the City of Miami.
ter ______
m.in Rermnn .n nf Mr Pvt- Martn S. Rubin, son of
J^tseWSSiK of 940 MVn?MrS, M? R,u,'in' 1612
Sithttreet. Miami Beach, has JjJJ; lJifi:1hi" bl'R,,n air:
ugmn.iM'i- piano mechanical training at
entered the B-24 Liberator Bomo KeesW field
I er mechanics scool at Keesler n"teM r Iieia-______
Field. Miss., whore he will train
for about IT weeks. ffc- Le8,e Auguat. who form-
ic ""o111 ______ erly resided at 148 27th street,
.. cm,,r H Evans snn-in- Miarni Beach, is enrolled in a
, U f^5 "h mS ^h'irJM M sPccial course of instruction at
law of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M &c Soutncrn Si c school
Pcretzman. !26 15th Street. Mi Cam Murnhv
mi Beach, has been transferred ai L-amp Murpny.
from Greensboro, N. C, to the __
University of Virginia, Chariot- Ensign Ben Levitt, 835 N. W.
tesvill" Virginia. Mrs. Evans has Seventh street road, finished with
joined her husband at Chariot- one of the top 10 marks in his
te5Vi]|e class, has been graduated by the
______ Navy flight school at Lakehurst,
Corp. Louis P. Rotfort recently ^ ^e Mjj^.njha.been as
&n^^3^STS8 anti-submarine^roi1 duty.
I the 12th Air Force. Major IrTing < Katx, 38 of
Be has served as operations Washington, D. C, who has been
with a veteran B125 Mit- ,n service twenty-three years, has
ttell group known for its impres- been decorated with the Legion
sive record throughout the Tun- 0f Merit for '-exceptionally meri-
dian. Sicilian and Italian cam- torious service in the performance
Pa*ns- of duty." When Japanese bombs
--------- began falling on the Island of
Richard E. Geratein. 20. son of Oahu Dec. 7th, 1941, the hospital
Mr and Mrs. Harry S. Gerstein, was suddenly overwhelmed with
1516 S. W 20th street, is home on casualties. Major Katz on his
leave after being commissioned own initiative "assumed direction
a second lieutenant at the AAF of the administrative details .
navigation school, Selman Field, and remained continuously on
La A former University of Mi- duty for seventy-two hours." His
I ami student, he has a temporary work relieved the suffering of
| assignment to Tampa. numerous injured men.
Fill Out This Cordon and Mail To "WaITrECORDS," Army-
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Lt. George G. Goldstein. 23. of
Hampton, Va., P-47 Thunderbolt
pilot stationed in England, is the
recipient of the Distinguished Fly-
ing Cross, the Air Medal, and
three Oak Leaf Clusters. He has
written a vivid account of the
first enemy aircraft he shot down,
while flying protection for a For-
tress assault on the industrial
center of Nantes, France.
Among unique Hanukah gifts
this season was the present for-
warded from New York to Pri-
vate Max Eissen, "soehewhere in
England." It was a "foxhole pil-
low"horseshoe shaped for com-
fort and luck. The donor was
Jane Froman, Broadway singer,
who wrote a special message on
the pillow before sending it to
Private Eissen, one of her pro-
foundest admirers.
Cpl. Morris Mandel. 26, of Al-
toona, Pa., one of three brothers
in service, has been awarded the
Silver Star for conspicuous gal-
lantry in action during the fight-
ing around El Guettar, North Af-
rica. He also wears the Purple
Heart. During an Allied attack
in a mountainous region. Corporal
Mandel made three separate rrips
under heavy enemy machine gun
and mortar fire to evacuate three
men who had been wounded, en-
abling them to receive medical
attention.
S Sgt. Eugene Light. 23. of
New York City, waist gunner
aboard a Flying Fortress partici-
pating in the grand assault on
Hitler-held Europe, wears an even
dozen decorations. Sergeant
Light, who has completed fifty
bombing missions and is now back
in this country, holds the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal and ten Oak Leaf Clusters.
A member of the first heavy
bomber group to land in England
a year and a half ago, Sergeant
Light was overseas for seventeen,
months, serving as a crew mem-
ber of the famous Fortress "Thun-
derbird," which returned from
one flight over Sicily with two
engines gone and a hundred bul-
let holes. Sergeant Light was on
the first attack made on -France
from a North African base and
also took part in the Rome raids.
He has three enemy planes to his
credit.
Name .
Hame Address...
Birth Date
Serial No.
Civilian Occupation......
Street City
.... Birthplace......_____
City
State
State
Marital Status
Date Entry
In Service
Branch of Service___
full name of nearest kin_____
Relationship________Address
Information Transmitted by___
Telephone number____________
Date
. Discharged
Rank or Rating.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. OEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ. Vice-Chalrman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mra. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Maunice Grosa/nan, Leuia Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Mra. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitx. Alex-
ander F. MHier, at Roth, Fred
Shoehet, Mifcon SirkJn, Joseph
Stein. Mra. Herman Wallaeh. Carl
Welnkle, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernick.
Devoting Thia Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through
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WOMETCO THEATRES
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Lt. Melvin J. Bleakman, 25. of
Baltimore, is back in this country
after completing 2 5 missions
against the Nazi-held continent,
wearing the Distinguished Flying
Cross, an Oak Leaf Cluster to the
D.F.C.. the Air Medal, and three
Oak Leaf Clusters. Lieutenant
Bleakman served as operations
officer of a squadron of Flying
Fortresses based in England.
Lt Herman G. Glick. 27, of Can-
ton, O., has been decorated with
the Distinguished Flying Cross,
the Silver Star, the Air Medal,
and four Oak Leaf Clusters. On
duty in the India-Burma treatre.
Lieutenant Glick is the lead navi-
gator of a 10th Air Force Fortress
squadron.
T/Sgt. Irving E/ Narter, 23. of
Chicago, an Army Air Corps bom-
bardier, has been killed in action
over Germany. A veteran of 20
missions, he had been in service
two years. Two brothers are in
the army, and his father served
in the American American forces
during World War I.
Lt. Irving Horwich. 30, of Elk-
hart, Ind., lost his life in Italy.
He has been posthumously award-
ed the Purple Heart. He was
president pf the local B'nai B'rith
lodge, secretary of the Indiana
Council of Jewish Youth, and a
member of Temple Beth El and
the Williams Street Synagogue,
both of South Bend.
Lt. Ralph V. Guinzburg Jr., 27,
New York City, Flying Fortress
navigator, has received the Air
Medal and Purple Heart. Lieu-
tenant Guinzburg saved the life
of a fellow crewman on one mis-
sion when their plane plunged
into the English Channel.
S Sgt. Basil Debnekoff. 21. of
Chicago, has been awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross, the
Air Medal, and two Oak Leaf
Clusters. Serving in the South
Pacific, Sergeant Debnekoff has
been on 25 missions against 20
different enemy territories and
has massed a total of 400 aerial
i combat hours.
Medals Won By Marines
MEDAL OF HONOR
The Congres-
sional Medal of
Honor (Navy) is
America's high-
est award for
heroism on land,
sea or In the air.
It Is awarded for
valor and Intre-
pidity above and
beyond the call
of duty. Estab-
lished In Decem-
ber. 1861, lt Is
awarded in the
name of the Congress of the United
States. The medal is worn about
the neck.
NAVY CROSS
The Navy Cross is
'awarded for extraor-
dinary heroism in the
line of duty. It ranks
In third position fol-
lowing the Brevet
Medal. A small gold
.star on this decora-
It ion and service rib-
f Ixin Indicates a sec-
ond award of the
same decoration.
This medal was es-
tablished in 1918.
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
MEDAL
The Distinguished
Service Medal is
awarded those whose
exercise of extraor-
dinary good Judg-
ment in a position of
great responsibility
and whose outstand-
ing performance of
duty reflect credit on
American Naval
arms. It was estab-
lished in 1918.
SILVER STAR
The Silver Star, In-
stituted in 1933, Is
granted to persons
serving In any capac-
ity with the armed
forces of the nation
cited for gallantry in
action which does not
warrant the award of
the Medal of Honor
or the Distinguished
Service Cross. It re-
places the tiny Silver
Citation Star of 1917-1918.
AIR MEDAL
The Air Medal is
awarded to any per-
son who, while serv-
ing in any capacity
with the armed
forces of the United
States, distinguishes
himself by meritor-
ious achievement
while participating in
aerial flight. It is
granted In cases
where the act of meritorious serv-
ice does not warrant the Distin-
guished Flying Cross.
BREVET MEDAL
The Brevet Medal
of the Marine Corps
has not been awarded
in recent years. It
was originally award-
ed subordinates (offi-
cers or men) who
were forced by cir-
cumstances of battle
to lead landing par-
ties or detachments
after their com-
manding officers had
become casualties.
LEGION OF MERIT
The award of the
Legion of Merit Is
made to outstanding
officers and enlisted
men for "extraordi-
nary fidelity and es-
sential service." It
constitutes a reward
for service In a posi-
tion of responsibility,
honorably and well
performed. It stems from the Badge
of Military Merit, established in
1782.
DISTINGUISHED FLYING
CROSS
The Distinguished
Flying Cross is con-
ferred upon any
member of the air
forces of the United
States who, while
serving in any capac-
ity, distinguishes
himself by heroism
or extraordinary
achievement while
participating In aerial flight. The
medal is identical in all services.
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS
MEDAL
The new Navy and
Marine Corps Medal
Is awarded persons in
the Navy and Marine
Corps for acts of
heroism other than
those performed in
actual- combat with
the enemy. It has
been granted for
courageous conduct
such as rescues at sea.
PURPLE HEART
The Purple Heart,
originally established
by General George
Washington in 1782,
was not issued for
many years. It was
reestablished in 1932,
and made retroactive
to cover awards to all
officers and men who
were wounded in ac-
tion In any war or
campaign under con-
ditions entitling them to wear
wound chevron.


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PAGE EIGHT
GEO. S. OKELL SPEAKS
ON JUVENILE PROBLEMS
Problems attendant on the care
of juvenile delinquents and men-
tally ill persons were discussed
in a radio address by George S.
Okell, candidate for the legisla-
ture in Group 1. in which he
pledged himself, if elected, to in-
troduce bills for the better care
of persons in both catagories.
On the subject of the mentally
incompetent, he said that he pro-
posed construction of a separate
facility for feeble-minded and
epileptic patients to prevent the
comin^Iing of this type of patient
with the mentally ill who are
subject to rehabilitation."
In discussing his proposals re-
garding treatment of juvenile de-
linquency, here, again, we face
the same conditions of over-1
crowding and lack of space as at ;
the state home for juvenile de-
linquents located at Marianna.
The children, who are committed
locally by the juvenile court
judge must either be placed in
the county jail, sent to the coun-
ty home in Kendall or released
in custody of parents until trans-
portation can be arranged and
until the state institution can re-
ceive them.
Again we face the same situ-
ation, that while the cost of main-
taining these juvenile delinquents
should be borne by the state 0
Florida, it is as a matter ot taci
paid for by we people of Dado
county out of our county funds.
DILLONTaSKS" VOTERS
ELECT HIM CONSTABLE
Charlie Dillon of 1536 N W.
30th st.. is a candidate for con-
stable of District No. 1. A resi-
dent of Dade county for 4a years,
Dillon wa.- constable of the sec-
ond district from 1933 to 1937,
after which he was purchasing
agent for the city Miami. From
1927 to 1929 he was an investiga
tor m the county solicitor's office.
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Swinging into the final weeks
oi his state-wide campaign tour
Congressman Lex Green arrived
in Miami, Wednesday. Following
a rec ption ;it campaign head-
quarters. 140 N E. 1st Ave.. Wed-
lay afternoon. Congressman
Green spoke to .1 capacity crowd
in Bayfront Park Wednesday
night. Congressman Green dis-
cussed his ten point covenant
Several candidates also occupied
the platform. The "'people's can-
ite" was in a confident and
jovial mi od and seemed highly
gratified at the reception he had
led here and in the
ther counties he has visited.
Si 1 R ell, Lex Green's cam-
paign manager, announces that
Friday, April 21st, the following
itinerary has been arranged fori
Congressman. Friday morn-
ing he will travel to Homestead
re he will spt ak at 1:30 p m j
Returning to Miami Beach head-'
quarters, 502 Lincoln Road, Li x
will meet his friends frfom 5 p.m.
p m. m the afternoon. Friday
night he will address the citizens ,
Miami Beach in the Miami,
Beach Hinh School at 8 p.m. |
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CONDERMANN APPEAL
In a recent radio address. Mr
Robert E. Gallagher, jgMDtMnt
Miami merchant and civic wore
er and a past president ot tin
Miami Merchants Association, en-
dorsed the candidacy of Joe Con-
dSrn2n% sheriff of Dade coun-
iv He is the only candidate n
this race who knows the job 0
done," said Mr, Gallagher
joe Conderman's appeal lor
votes is not on the basis ol friend;
ship, as a 'popularity- contest
Expert qualifications are the only
factors. Conderman is the only
candidate who has them.
Our committee members < on-
dermann for Sheriff Campaign),
are all reputable men engaged in
legitimate business.'' the n
audience was told. "We have no
political axes to grind, and we do
,,k |obs We want the best
qualified man as sherifl oi Dade
county. Jo' Condermann is that
man."
Joe Condermann's 9 years as
chief deputy sheriff make him
the logical candidate for the post
of sheriff. He is the only candi-
date -o qualified When consider-
ing a man for a job, the employer
ask-. "Does he know how to do
th. job?" Joe Condermann knows
in cause he has worked at the iob
1 Chief Deputy Sheriff. No other
candidate has that experience."
"To vote for Joe Conderman on
May 2. you pull down lever 15-A.
over the nan..' of Condermann."
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CLYDE A. EPPERSON
EX-SERVICEMAN. Member
American Legion. Wounded 5
Times in World War 1. He
Will Understand the Ex Serv-
iceman's Problems.
Because of his experience as
a lawyer and a certified public
accountant and tax expert; be-
cause of his progressive plat
form; and because of his pledge
to co-operate wholly with our
Commander-in-Chief, Clvde A.
Epperson is the logical man to
succeed Congressman Pat Can-
non.
The Fourth Congressional
District is entitled to proper
representation.
VOTE FOR
EPPERSON
Democratic Primary
May 2. 1944
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STATE REPRESENTATIVE
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GROUP TWO
Miami lawyer 20 yean.
Veteran World War I.
Patron of Dade County Schools.
Active in civic and welfare work.
Democratic Primary, May 2, 1944
(Political .hi paid for by LI Col. Blrj Stone)
VAL C. CLEARY
FOR
County Commissioner
H you vole in Dade County you can vote for Val C. Cleary
(Paid Political Adv. i>> Vrteada)
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+Jewist fhricMtn
PAGE NINE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
just received a call from Bill
Ketselman HUlel director at the
m .....sitv who advises me than
Un% c lav evening, April 25th
ffffffih Y.M.H.A.. the first
a ,reries of HiUel programs will
28^nSred by the HiUel com-
milter- The program as outlined
"" l,v Hill includes the open-
- candlelight prayer, a. piano
ionccrto. a harp solo, a tnologue
to Catholic Protestant and Jew-
tan Birls, the presentation of the
SUSl radio script, "Hitter Shall
* ;, dance exhibition, a
vocal solo and duet, and a short
resume of HiUel activities and
nurposes by the director The di-
ctor informs us that the partic-
ipants m the program will be real
artists, and the program, varied
git is, should provide a very en-
tertaining and delightful evening.
Hillel is one of the organization's
r ii,t projects and the
development and establishment
of the local foundation which ac-
tivates and sponsors this type of
entertainment for our college
youth should cause much gratifi-
cation among our members. If
you enjoy good musie and enter-
ainment. you should not fail to
attend this program
ihi p!ibt V,al any of yu roied
^ h m1!"1 afiair at ,no w"'-
iord Hotel last Sunday evening
and any elaboration of the suc-
cess thereof would be unneces-
th3' ihi W* suffic" l" By
that he Federation drive ex-
ceeded its quota by over $50,000
and too much credit cannot be
given to the officers and Board of
Directors, and particularly the
workers. If yu consider your-
self a member of the Jewish com-
munity, you should be justly
proud of this organization and its
accomplishments
Just to ramble on with items
Of Supposed interest: I saw Mrs.
ft. E.,ry s'"'"'' who "dvises
that Brother Klry has been re-
moved from the delightful hills of
Ozark. Alabama to the State of
Tennessee, where lie now js sta-
tioned. Mrs. Stone advises that
ELECT
MARK H. RICHARDSON
YOUR
CONSTABLE DISTRICT
30 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY
11'a lil Political Adv I
the only thing that was lacking
in Ozark was a wheelbarrow
which was stolen by some moron,
f you know Mrs. Stone, ask her
to tell you the story.
A very interesting editorial ap-
peared in this weeks Life maga-
zine concerning the developing
chasm between the civilian and
the soldier. You may not realize
the existence of this growing gap
but it is brought home in strong
words by the editorial writer. As
far fetched as it may seem, he
advocates the consistent contact'
!>v the home folks with the men
in service to reassure them that
they have not lost contact with
the happenings at home, and that
they are still considered a part
of the community. Many a casual
gripe can result in a misinter-
pretation to widen the alleged
gap. We want our servicemen to '
come back and step in where they
eft off. The national trend is in'
this direction as indicated by pres- '
ent legislation. We cannot legis-
late your home life but if you
realize the importance of this!
feeling in the post-war world, you '
will write more often to your
friends who are away. This does I
not mean just your family, but to
fellow members of this Lodge who '
are anxious to know what's up. |
This letter was just received
from Brother Irving Hoffman of.
Hollywood:
"The Broward County Lodge of
B nai B'rith will hold a public in-!
Stallation of the newly elected of-
ficers at the Sheldon Hotel. Hol-
lywood Beach on Sunday eve-
ning, May 7th, 1944. In the inter-
est of B'nai B'rith I beg of you to
procure a delegation of your lodge
to help us install our officers.
All brothers that can possibly
attend this installation are urged
to do so in the spirit of coopera-
tion.
eiut
An
Made From Fresh Oranges
LOOK AT YOUR STATE
AS A BUSINESS
More revenue needed? Com-
mon tense tell* ut increased
business, NOT new taxes is the
answer Sen. Ernest R. Gra-
ham, war veteran, farmer, bus-
iness man has PROVEN in his
OWN business, he knows the
answer!
ELECT ERNEST R.
GRAHAM
GOVERNOR
(Paid Politic*! Adv.)
VOTERS
ELECT
JOE CONDERMANN
SHERIFF
SUBJECT TO
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
PULL DOWN LEVER 15-A
The Onlv
Candidate
QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE
9 YEARS CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF
5 Years of Active Law Enforcement
Political Ad. I'u id for by Friends_______________
By Electing
DAN CHAPPELL
to
CONGRESS
You Get
1ABILITY
1 (
2EXPERIENCE
3HONESTY
4A VETERAN
5A FIGHTER
6A PROGRESSIVE
7A DEMOCRAT
8A FRIEND
it
Paid Political Adv.
He will APPRECIATE your
vote and support
RE-ELECT
R. P. TERRY
AS
School Board Member
(Board of Public Instruction
D.idp County. Fit.)
DISTRICT No. 4
He nan been Dtntrii t p representa-
tive for aeven yean you have hi-
ve -'. 'i in me .mil venl- ba\e
proven it i sound Investment, The
near future will bring perplexing
problema. Vou ili addi-
tional dividends ii> nominating me
on Mai -' next.
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
Experienced
Constable
Member
ELKS AMERICAN LEGION
AND VET OF FOflEGIN WARS
HARRY S.
HIGGINS
Your Present Constable of
DISTRICT No. 5
Miomi Beach Surfside
Sunny Isle Golden Beach
Paid Political Adv.
REMEMBER!
Your Vote Will Be O-KAy
WITH
KENNETH
OKA
AS
Justice of
the Peace
MAY 2. 1944
Honest Experienced
Paid Political Adv.
| MARSHALL McGINTY
Ssrasw
"< Was sr> dI1
DON'T SABOTAGE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Every Democrat should vote for eight candidates to the Dimocratic National Convention in the May 2nd primarythree
candidates from the State at Large, men's group-three candidates from the State at Large, women's group-and one man and
one woman from the 4th Congressional District group.
The candidates listed below in each group are pledged to vote for the re-nomination of President Roosevelt. They believe
that he should continue in office during these critical times in order that we may win the war and insure a just and lasting peace.
Take this list to the polls with you on May 2nd and vote for all eight candidates listed hereon.

Vote for these three
State at Large-
Men's Group
WALTER P. FULLER
EARNEST OVERSTREET
BILL SHAYNE
Vote for these three
State at Large-
Women's Group
MRS. WALTER CLARK
BEULAH HOOKS HANNAH
MRS. HAYDON McK. HARRISS
4th Congressional District
Man
THOMAS "TOM" FERGUSON
Woman
FLORENCE C. BLAKLEY
I I

RE-NOMINATE AND RE-ELECT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT


PAGE TEN
vjewisii fhrMkW
FRIDAY, APRH 21,
NOTES OF Y. M.H.A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
Harry Smart
Harry Smart, caretaker of the
V since it was first organized,
celebrated his birthday last Mon-
day night. Harry celebrated his
75th birthday last year, but Maur-
ice Grossman claims he is cele-
brating his 74th this year. (What s
the matter, Harry have you start-
ed counting the years back-
wards?) A party was given in
Harry's honor and the Miami Ser-
vice League of the Y gave him
a handsome check as a gift. Mrs
Levinson served the 60 or 70
guests that attended. Congratula-
tions are extended to you by the
Y, Harry, and we all hope \<*.i
will live for many, many more
years to come.
Federation Frolics
As I stated in last week's col-
LOUIS F. (RED)
SN E DIGAR
(Four Times Mayor of Miami Beach)
SOLICITS YOUR VOTE
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
5th DISTRICT
COUNTY WIDE VOTE
DEMOCRATIC MAY PRIMARIES
(Paid Polltli ..I .\'i. by Friends)
Frances 0.
WARRINER
CANDIDATE FOR
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 3
"A BUSINESS WOMAN
AND A MOTHER"
HONEST
UNAFRAID
EFFICIENT
Subject to Democratic
Primaries
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
umn, the Y is holding the Feder-
ation Frolics for the Purpose of
making the younger set realtoe
their responsibility to WrM
ow menM Eugene R.-senbloc.m
the Youth Counc-il .s v.'"'.,
'script for the presentation and
Bobby Rubenstein is directing
the dancing. The affair will be
held on May 7th at the Y.
Building Painted
Hooray!'! S. B. Miller and ha
house committee are having tne
,Y building painted. The painters
are the process of doing UM
|0b right now. and we shall soon
have a better looking center. Mr.
Miller and his committee have
plans for the future and will prob-
ably come forth with some bnl-
, liant ideas for our building ac-
comodations as soon as the wai
is over. Incidentally, while speak-,
mg of Mr. Miller. I might mention
that he is head of the Retention
Committee and will welcome your
dues at any time. Don t be basn- j
ful. The more dinero we have to
work with, the more we can ac-|
complish.
Board Meeting
A spirited meeting ol our Board
of Directors was held lasl Wed-
lay evening. The attendance
was good and Hie business ac-
complished was plentiful. Ill
give you the details n< xl week.
Incidentally, don't be surprisld
to l' arn ol plans for the i rection
Of a swanky and modem I
munity center building as soon as
the war permits The planning
committee will probably it port
within the next few weeks.
A. Z. A. Affair
Miami Chapter No. .'122 of A.
Z. A. played host to all of the
A. Z. A and B'nai B'rith Girls
chapters in greater Miami last
Sunday night. The affair was
given in honor of Milton Fried-
man, president of Sholem Lodge
of B'nai B'rith, for Ins long years
of service to A. Z. A both local-
ly and nationally. Mr. Friedman,
during the eour.se of the evening,
presented the Shield of David
award from the Supreme Advis-
ory Council of A. Z. A. to Ben'
Pi'voi of Miami No. 322.
"Y" Forum Group to Discuss
White Supremacy
The recent decision of the
United States Supreme Court per-
mitting colored people to vote at
primaries and the general sub-
jecl of White Supremacy will be
discussed at the "Y" Forum Group
next Wednesday evening. April
HEBREW CALENDAR
Ro.h Hodeih lyr..Mor.. Apr.l 2S
Lao B'Om.r......Thun.. May 11
Ro.h Hode.h Siv.n. .Tue... May 23
Shabuot............""- M*
cently and is Chairmaned by Har-
ry Gerstein. They muet the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesdays of the
month and choose a Moderator
from their own group.
Mr. Joseph Teppcr will act as
Moderator next week.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
26. at 8:30 o'clock.
This group was
organized rc-
FOR GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL FOR GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARO CALDWELL.
FOR
GOVERNOR
Sleet ttte Hfcut
I &e4t quaUfced to
wive 'Jtonida,
l-or our next Governor, Florida should
have the best qualified man in the race.
Our next Governor will have to handle
the problems of the war and the post-
war era. These problems will be many and difficult.
Inquire into the character, ability and experience of the can-
didates for Governor. Study their records then select and sup-
port the man you find best qualified.
Millard Caldwell is recognized to be calm, level-headed, en-
ergetic and sincere; a man of sound business ability and tested
statesmanship. His record proves his capability and qualifications.
MILLARD CALDWELL'S RECORD
VETERAN OF WORLD WAR I
CITY ATTORNEY
COUNTY ATTORNEY
SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY
MEMBER FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
UNITED STATES CONGRESSMAN
CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE TO IN
TERNATIONAL CONFERENCES IN HOL-
LAND AND NORWAY
BEGAN IN 1934 TO LEAD FIGHT IN
CONGRESS FOR BIGGER ARMY AND
NAVY
FORESAW AND WARNED AGAINST JAP
WAR MENACE YEARS BEFORE PEARL
HARBOR
MEMBER FOREIG-. SFFAIRS COMMITTEE
IN CONGRESS
MEMBER OF A P P R O P R I A T O N>S COM-
MITTEE IN CONGRESS
ADVOCATED AND VOTED FCR FEDERAL
ISLANDS
LEADER IN
ING U S NAVAL AND ARMY AIR STA-
TIONS IN FLORIDA
A HIGHLY RESPECTED. ABLE LAWYER
PROMINENT IN Tf"
AFFAIRS
8Fl LSTOCK BREEDER
ELECT MILLARD CALDWELL GOVERNOR ON this record
ft FOR GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARD CAUOWEU. ,Q SoYERNOR ELECT M.LLARO CALDwTT
ELECT
Charles Dillon
Your Constable
DISTRICT NO. 1
Resident Dade County for 40
years. Four years exper-
ience is constable. Your
vote and support will be ap-
preciated by smiling Charlie.
(Paid PoL A'ls >
1944
DESIRABLERO^
for rent to middle aged Wom,
Conveniently located ^
leges, reasonable.
1709 Jefferson Av.nue
MIAMI BEACH
aiiiiiaiiiiiimiiinuiiiiHHHanliJjjjr
Cieci l
Frank D.
UPCIiURCH
Governor
he is
A Real Floridian
A World War Veteran
HE HAS
The Program
The Qualifications
Political AdTrliemnl
Paid lor by trlondi ol F. D. Upchuck jj
iniiHMiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiniMe
LET'S BEAT OPPENBORN-
IN OFFICE 18 YEARS
EJUd
L. Raymond O'Steen
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
and
Judge of Small Claims Court
DISTRICT No. 1
Subject to Democratic Primaries
A Lawyer by Profession in
Allapattah the Last Seven Yew
Precincts 1 to 2333 to 41-
44 to 55 and 85
Office 1611 N. W. 36th Street
Res. 1338 N. W. 34th Street
(Paid i'"i Adv.)
PULL LEVER 15B
ELECT
Paul O'Connor
SHERIFF
and insure fair, impartial law enforce-
ment for all Dade County
Ten years chief of the Miami Internal
Revenue office
Paid Political Adv.


fpmAY. APRIL 21. 1944
Re-Elect
CLAUDE
PEPPER
^ Second FuU Term In the
United States Senate
CLAUDE PEPPER
He has worked hard to
serve Florida with credit.
He worked to prepare us to
defend ourselves against
the war which he saw was
coming.
He has made rood by any
fair rule of estimate .
Because of seniority he will
be better able to serve
Florida in the next six
years.
He will help write the
Peace as a ranking mem-
ber of the Foreign Rela-
tions Committee.
i As a member of the Senate
Post War Planning Com-
mittee, he will help In
winning the Peace.
The first Job ahead Is
WIN THE WAR.
The second job ahead Is
WIN THE PEACE.
He ihi continue his efforts
for our Country.
'ThK ad paid for by frlrndi
l (lHid.- (.-[pit who are Inter-
"d m in early victory and a
lust prjrc |
+Jew!stflcrMian
PAGE ELEVEN
SEVEN MAJOR POINTS
IN PLATFORM OF DAVIS
A platform which incorporates
seven major points has been sub-
mitted by Troy C. Davis, a Miami
attorney for 20 years and a candi-
date for state representative in
Group 2. Davis was the first to
qualify for candidate in the
group.
Davis' program includes redis-
tncting of tax districts in Dade
county by reducing the school tax
districts from 10 to not more than
three; passage of teachers' sal-
ary raises and increased payments
by the state to each county, more
liberal sick leave provisions for
teachers; increase of old age as-
sistance and aid to dependent
children; creation of a water con-
trol district for south Florida;
the right of all businesses and
industries to manage and control
their own affairs and the right of
working men and women to en-
gage in gainful employment and
to join with their fellow work-
men in bargaining therefor." The
platform also is concerned with
rehabilitation of returned serv-
icemen, planning of "super-high-
ways" and protection of fish,
game and wild life.
O'STEEN ASKS POST OF
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
xt Li.,Raymond 'Steen of 1338
N. W. 34th st Miami attorney,
announced his candidacy for t'/e
office of justice of the peace and
judge of the small claims court
in the first district.
_A native of Suwannee county,
O Steen was educated in the pub-
lic shools and began teaching
when he was 21 years of age.
After serving as a school teacher
for four years, he became a civil
service employe, serving for sev-
eral years in the custom house at
Jacksonville.
Admitted to the bar in 1922,
O'Steen has been engaged since
then in the active practice of law,
coming to Miami seven years ago
from Jacksonville.
CALDWELL TO RECEIVE
PLAUDITS OF FRIENDS
TallahasseePreparations have
been made by the people of the
Capital City for the Homecoming
rally Friday for Millard Caldwell,
whom Tallahassee citizens recog-
nized as a leading contender in
the race for governor of Florida.
Set features of the program in-
I elude an afternoon reception, a
radio address and the big rally
at the bank at 8:3. Arrangements
I have been made by members of
the Leon County Caldwell-for-
Govcrnor club
This event will cause Caldwell
to pause only a few hours from
his campaign tour. On the way
from Jacksonville Friday he will
speak at Lake City, Live Oak and
Madison. Saturday morning at
9:30 he will visit Havana, stop-
ping at Quincy. Chattahoochee,
Chipley, Graceville, Marianna.
Bonifay. DeFuniak Springs. Crest-
view. Milton (his old home town)
arriving in Pensacola at 8 o'clock
Saturday evening for a rally in
the historic Plaza.
ELECT
PALM BEACH NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHBEBNICX RepceeMftW
LFA
f to Beat Id Dairy
Products
WEST PALM BEACH
fflX-CEEAMICE CUAM
Drink
COCA
COLA
Coca Cola Bottling
Company
of
Wast Palm Beach
Florida
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
lssilim Falsa Beach County, faatariafl
nationally Punoui Southern Dairies
ducta and lea 0
AS NEAR TO TOO AS YOUB FRO
Ha
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME Jnc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
KIMBALL IS CANDIDATE
FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE
J. C. Kimball, known by his
host of friends as "Jack," is a
candidate for Justice of the Peace
for the Fifth district, Miami
Beach, subject to the Democrat/.-
primaries.
After the boom, he became asso-
ciated with Lummus and Young,
one of the first real estate firms
on the Beach. He later opened
his own office which he has main-
tained for years, now located at
537 W. 41st St., Miami Beach. He
feels his legal training and unin-
terrupted business experience and
constant dealing with the public
qualify him for the office he
seeks.
Since coming to Miami Beach,
he has been active in the political
and civic life of the community. ]
Elect
U. T.WEBB
FOR
Constable
DISTRICT ONE
r--------
PERRY
BITTEL
your
JUSTICE OF
PEACE
MIAMI BEACH
(Lever 18A)
Attorney for 22
y ears
Able Honest
Reliable
(Paid Pol. Adv.)
I pledge Honest. Efficient.
Courteous and Full Time
Attention to the duties of
this important office.
d'.ii.l Pol, Adv.)

IS
EVERYONE LOVES A WINNER
Reliable
Responsible
RASMUSSEN
State-
Legislature
GROUP ONE
INVITES YOUR SUPPORT
MAY 2. 1944
E. L. RASMUSSEN
(Paid Political Ady.)
I



Keep on buying War Bonds. Keep on buying War Bonds.
Keep on buying War Bonds. Keep on buying War Bonds.
There Is No Substitute for Experience
Vote For and Re-Elect
PAT CANNON
To CONGRESS
100% Behind the War Effort
PULL LEVER 4-A
c Paid Political Adv.)
-----------x ELECT
* A Great Task Lies Ahead
* Understanding, ability and
Vision Will Be Required
m
'GOVERNOR
A FLORIDJAN IN HEART
I AND FROM THE HEART
STATE RIGHTS,
ucTiaouaa)
.'
LAINHART & POTTER
- ESTABLISHED 1W3
BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS'
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Flo.
* LEX GREEN Is Best Qualified-
ELECT HIMGOVERNORL
>locaCv___.
fcSELf'GOVERNMENT
{mjKt in cu*m;
RETURN?
tod*

I I
Ux'Graen wffl ipMk to tbe paopU of Florida Tuesday. April 1ST art 7:45 P. fi)
'* Wadnaaday. April 21 Friday. April 28. a 7:30 P. M. Saturday. April 2a
y 10 P. M. 0T.r Stalk- WBUF WFTL WPDQ WTSP* WWPG WDLP.
(raid Political Adv.)
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PAGE TWELVE
* Jewish flcrMian
FRIDAY. APRIL 21,
COMPTROLLER LEE IN
REPORT OF PROGRESS
V e n u s To the approving
plaudits of his Highlands county
neighbors. State Comptroller J.
M. Lee launched his 1944 cam-
paign for re-nomination with a
report on the progress Florida
has made in climbing out of the
financial quagmire since this mid-
dle southern Florida county sent
him to Tallahassee in 1933 pledged
to make everyone pay taxes alike.
Reminiscing of the days when
he chained a railroad train to the
track, to collect delinquent tuxes
due this county at a time when
its schools were faced with clos-
ing, the comptroller recounted the
story of the rocky road travelled
the past ll years during which
time nearly $10,000,000 of delin-
quent disputed and fiercely con-
tested taxessome of it overdue
as much as lilto n years has
been wrested from unwilling tax-
payers to thi' end that the burden
might be lightened on those will-
ing taxpayers who have so long
caught the brunt.
"And now." Comptroller Lee
told his audience, "after many
prolonged legal battles to bring
recalcitrant taxpayers into line
the state and counties stand in I
strongest financial position in his-
i ry with more than $4,000,000
cash in the general fund of the|
state March 31, $29,000. in the
various miscellaneous and trust
lunds in the state treasury, with
most of the counties on a current
pay-as-you-go basis for the first
smee the boom; school t<
i paid in full to dati and thou-
:- of Old folks, dependent
children and thi blind receiving
the first of the new increased al-
lotment checks. Meanwhile the
state is taking cash discounts on
ry bill as they are being |
vn presentation.
UPCHURCH SPEAKS ON FORMER CONSTABLE, IN
OUR NATIONAL DEBT RACE FOR RE-ELECTION
James (Jim) Hiekland. who
formerly served two terms as con-
Sable of the fifth (Miami Beach>
HomesteadEmphasizing that
forty billion dollars is a fan-
estimate ot the increase in the
national debt as a result of the
mishandling of post-war readjust-
ment after World War No. 1,
Frank D. Upchureh. candidate for
governor, declared, "we cannot
as a nation or as a state with-
stand the same type of mistakes
again."
Upchureh said he proposed to
call into conference, when he bi
came governor, the real leaders
of government and private enter-
prise to plan a sound future for
Florida in which there will be
equality of opportunity foi all
worthwhile end* avor.
"I have no magic formula which
will enable m< by a wave oi a
hand to establish a cure-all for
unemployment or depression. In-
stead, I intend to offer opportun-
ity to the real brains ol Florida,
and from every section ol this
state, to aid me in setting up
post-war plan- which will enable
us to avoid the1 pitfalls which
plunged us into mar chaos after
\v I War No. I." Upchureh
si rted.
ndi-
elected to
re-
st rl
district, has qualified as
date for the office
Hiekland was first
the- office In 1932. He was
elect -d in 1930. and was defeated
,, the office in 1940 by John S
Baber, now in military service.
During his service he performed
an enviable record record Of ef-
fort and understanding of law.
his supporters sav.
KLUTZNICK NAMED TO
F.P.H.A. BYROOSEVELT
Washington, D. C.--President
,1 sent to the Senate [or
confirmation last week t
mation of Philip
WOMAN ASKS TO BE
NAMED TO THE HOUSE
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Mrs. Frances O. Warriner
2461 S. W. 17th st.. former thea-
nager for the Wometco
i unci d he r candidacy
for tia' Democratic nomination
for county ; seat
of the Fli -emul-
ative-
Mr.- Wai: iner said she is pre-
paring : program tiy< s
siie expects to accomplish during
her service, and this will in< I
nefii ot
si:." >1 i. Mr- Warrini r
ntly .-< rving as a pi rsonnel
Philip M. Klutznick,
' president of the SupreiW A
ory Council of Alph Zadik All ph,
B'nai B'rith youth organizal
as Commissioner of the- red; ral
Public Housing Authority, rne
FPHA, a unit of the Nati
Housing Agency, is responsible
for all publicly-financed war-
housing except thai on Armv and
Navy reservations, for Hie low-
rent slum clearam i program i
ated under the former United
States Housing Authority, and for
various housing functions of other
placed in the FPHA
when the over-all National Hous-
ing Agi ncy was i stablished Fi
ruary 24. 1942
Mr Klutznick, a past president
: B'nai B'rith's District Grand
I i No, 6. ha bei n serving as
an assistant administrator ol the
MIA. in I war hoi.
operations, undi r NHA Adminis-
r John P. Blandford, since
the .nd of 1942.
Vote For and Support
J 1 M
HICKWND
CANDIDATE FOR
CONSTABLE
Fifth District
(Mian.: Bi ach Si.i :..ide
Golden Beach)
QUALIFICATIONS:
20 years law en: | i .; offil r in
Dade county
HONESTCAPABLEEFFICIENT
Resident and Taxpayer of Miami
Beach for 22 yeai
Pull Down Lever 20-A
Political Adv. Paid for by Friends
Vote For and Support
FARLOW
STATE LEGISLATURE
Subject to Democratic Primary
| I'-lltlral A<1. Paid for by Friend.
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YOUR NEXT
Governo
"RED' SNEDIGAR ASKS
COMMISSIONER OFFICE
Louis F. "Red" Snedigar has
qualified as candidate for county
commissioner from the fifth dis-
trict of Dade county. This is the
newly created district which will
give Miami Beach a county com-
missioner for the first time.
Snedigar has been a resident ol
Dade county for 30 years. He is
, native born Flondian. having
been born in Bartow, Polk coun-
Snedigar graduated in law
school from Stetson university at
DeLand, Florida, and was admit-
ted to the state and federal
courts. He became a member of
Dade county bar and prac-
ticed law in Miami and Miami
Beach for 15 years. He retired
from the law practice after 15
years and became a realtor at
Miami Beach. He is now in the
real estate business at 529 Lin-
coln road.
Snediear has been elected
mayor by the people of Miami
Beach lour times. He was mayor
in 1922-23-24-25; again in 1928
and 1929; again in 1936 and 1937.
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The Man You Elect 2?
H-ve NO Other Xl2
ELECT
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PARK ALAN "BUCK
GRUNDY
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Miami Beach
HIS ONE PROMISE "I ,..
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FOR SHERIFF
ELECT
GOVERNOR
Elect
MIL.ARD
CALDWELL
Farmer War Veteran
Lawyer # Tested Statesman
Florida Can Be Confident
with Caldwell
Political A>lf I'aiil lor ljr I rmi'h of
Mil i i. i-.:i
R. B. Chastain
QUALIFIED BY EXPEDIENCE
Paid Political Adv. by Fnendi
Insure Representative Leadership
E LECT
GEO. S. O'KELl
BUSINESSMAN
CIVIC LEADER
HUMANITARIAN
STATE SENATOR
You CAN have CONFIDENCE in Ed Baker
(Paw Political Adv.)
Candidate for
LEGISLATURE
Group One
Resident of Dade
County 34 Years
Asks Your Vote
and Support
Familiar With Our Problems!
Acquainted With Our People !
Knows Our Needs!
(Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.)