The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00793

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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
| THEY DID NOT DIE IN VAIN
Thc Bureau of Jewish Educa-
,, ( Greater Miami through Its
-';:.. director Abe Gunn.s,
bounced the establishment of a
JJSSi library tor this area.
Plans wen approved at a meet-
ing of tl executive committee
held Monday -vanmg and the li-
brary will be located for the
ore lent al the office of the ol-
SStion 318 Congress Bldg.
Th(. purpose "I the library will
he to havi as complete a Judaica.
Hebraic:, and all-around peda-
eoeit reading as possible, vol-
umes of Jewish life and culture
as well as general reading will
bo veto med by the organization,
n c W er a chairman of the
library committee, assisted by
Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi Max
Shapiro
UPPER CREDITS
ANGLO-JEWISH
PUBLISHERS WILL
MEET III
SUITE'S WELFRRE
West Palm BeachFuture and
growth ol Florida are assured "if
this cou:"iy is not permitted to
tall into tJiv abyss of another de-
pression Senator Claude Pepper
said Wednesday.
Declaring the state had fared
well undi-r the present adminis-
tration, S nator Pepper said "this
governim int, if supported and sus-
tained, will assure Florida's well-
being.'
The senator said he had been
identified with the government
for nearly eight years and "if
I am chargeable with all of its
shortcomings and deficiencies. I
am entitled, too, to claim some
credit for its accomplishments."
"This u the government." he
said, 'which found this nation
in the vi-i <,f a depression and
led it out of economic bondage
as Moses led the children of Is-
rael out of the slavery of Egypt."
"In tin many years that I have
known Senator Pepper," a prom-
inent nati nal figure stated, "he
has, at ,, : limes, given of himself
to tme causes which are of in-
terest to all Americans who are
devoted to the cause of freedom
and tolerance. In the years he
has been m Washington he has
not only loyally represented the
interest! his state, but has be-
come a national leader of public
opinion In all matters relating
to nunorit} rights, he is always
round on the side of tolerance
^understanding. He is tolerant,
*>ndly and fair. Many of us
nave be. n concerned by acts of
bigotry an,! intolerance on the
pan Of some nun in public life,
ana 1 thmk n is only fair and
Poper, when a man like Senator
reppe, seeks re-election, that we
The Jewish martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto
who heroically resisted the Nazi extermination
SqilUUI one year ago did not die in vain. Their
Valiant stand lias not only touched thc con-
science of the world, hut has aroused Jews
throughout the United States to the urgency of
rescuing those who still survive, A firm resolve
to rescue thc living has marked the observance
of the first anniversary of the Battle of the
\\ arsaw .ditto. Jewish communities through-
out thc country have accelerated their cam-
paign activities in behalf of thc $32,000,000'
nationwide campaign of the United Jewish
Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs, and Pal-
estine in order to save the many hundreds of
tlion rands who are threatened with annihilation
in Nazi Europe. Increased sums are being raised
in keeping with the greater opportunities which
cxistMhis-ycar for large-scale rescue and reha-
bilitation through the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, the United Palestine Appeal, and thc
National Refugee Service.
Following similar action of communities throughout the country, Greater Miami resi-
dents will meet Monday evening to memorialize the victims of tho Warsaw ghetto on
the occasion of the first anniversary of ihat incident. The meetings will take place at
the Beth David Synagogue, 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue, at 8 o'cock. A fitting program dedi-
cated to the occasion, has been prepared under the auspices of a number of the organi-
zations in the area, including participation by the Zionist groups.
Indianapolis (JTA) Appoint-
ment of a committee to study the
type of organization for the As-
sociation of Anglo-Jewish Pub-
lishers of America was an-
nounced this week as last min-
ute reservations for the conven-
tion in Indianapolis this Saturday
and Sunday continued to pour in.
The latest reservations are
from the Kansas City Jewish
Chronicle, The Examiner of
Brooklyn, and the Southwestern
Jewish Press of San Diego, Calif.
Twenty-four of the major Anglo-
Jewish publications had previous-
ly indicated they would be rep-
resented at the gathering.
Appointed to the organization
committee were Leo Frisch, of
tho American Jewish World, of
Minneapolis; Henry Segal, of the
American Israelite, Cincinnati;
Jacques Bach, of the Observer,
Nashville. Term., and Joseph H.
Biben of The Ledger Publica-
tions.
Meanwhile the convention con-
tinued to attract national atten-
tion. The New National Public
Relations Advisory Council is
sending Robert Segal, of Cincin-
nati, a member of its executive
committee, to address the Oneg
Shabbat sessions Saturday after-
noon, which will open the activ-
ities.
Boris Smolar, editor of the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency, will ad-
dress the Sunday luncheon which
is being tendered the 4eltgalej
by the Indianapolis Jewish Fed-
eration.,
should
our influence to see
L <" inner it) se
.. :i '"turned to the
senate,"
On the occasion of the first an-
niversary of th.- bottle of the
Warsaw ghetto, the Jews of the
United States this week addressed
themselves to all the democratic
people of the world m a procla-
mation prepared by the American
Jewish Conference describing the
mass-annihilation of Jews in
Nazi-Europe and appealing tor
the immediate rescue of those
who can still be saved.
The proclamation was made
public on Wednesday at a mass
meeting at Carnegie Hall. New
York, marking the end of a huge-
Jewish demonstration in com-
memoration of the first anniver-
sary of the ghetto battle which
started on April 19. 1943. and
during which the Jews of War-
saw heroically resisted the Ger-
man armed forces for about a
month.
workers, except for
talk of several killed, a large
number of wounded, and the loss
of ammunition and military
equipment. A number of ambu-
lances were seen passing through
the streets of Warsaw carrying
wounded and killed Germans.
The first German attack was
repulsed within a few hours. The
Germans retreated to the borders
of the ghetto and brought rein-
forcements of tanks and artillery,
which began to break through
the first defense line. Heavy ar-
tillerv attacked the corner of
Bonifraterska and Nowohpie
street and Francizkanska. The
defenders fought back with ma-
chine gun fire, causing further
losses to thc Germans. In the
first attacks, the defense had
great success, the tanks were re-
ailed, two are said to have been |
ghetto, the ghetto had to be liq-
uidated. The announcement also
called upon the population to
give up any Jews who were in
hiding.
The struggle in the ghetto
stopped suddenly, and it is hard
to tell when it was over. Jewish
resistance was broken chiefly by
the heavy fires which the Ger-
mans started. These tires de-
stroyed hundreds of houses.
FP&L COMPANY GIVEN
CITATION BY O. C. D.
For "voluntary and intelligent
expressions of team play," the
employes of the southern divis-
ion of the Florida Power & Light
Co. were awarded Friday night
the iirst national security award
of the Office of Civilian Defense
to go to a Florida utility. The
formal presentation was made by
Jerome A. Conner, director of
the fourth regional OCD, Atlanta,
Among other edifices, the Ger- \ at Scottish Rite temple,
mans dynamited the Great Syna-; The award had been made, he
gogue of Tlomackie Street which ; said, in recognition of the extra
was situated half a kilometer out-1 precautionary measures taken by
side the ghetto. The smoke of j the company and its employes to
these fires pervaded all of War-
saw and their light could be seen
for several kilometers. No fire
fighters were admitted to the
ghetto.
protect the utility entrusted to
its care and for the intelligent
steps taken to minimize the loss
of life and property.
In behalf of the company, H. H.
Today the Warsaw ghetto con-' Hyman. southern division man-
cat..,
burned, the inner part of the | sists oniy 0f the remains of hund- ager, accepted the certificate and
I reds of burned and ruined houses.' flag, praising the cooperation of
ghetto was cleared of thc enemy.
thoseVinhwarVu,lanu' stopped work j and the Germans were forced to j r cstimatcd lhat 5,000 Jews' company employes and national
STiaTnTtorten^tauteslu-e gBr&J3Sr&\* wl,hin tht ;ron nng f fire -~ """**
SSttiV^Zg&tt
ma-
ana
Polish
Jews not attack by day. using this time
At the same
:'S9
.d
in
marched to City Hall where they only for observation. AIM
were received by Mayor LaGuar- time, they started a mere. U>
dia. who delivered a bra, ad- bgpy* night d bu,n 3.3^^^
and shell. The rest were lett
I to the Germans, and were tor-
tured to death in execution
camps. Only those who escaped
from the ghetto and hid in the
"Aryan" part of Warsaw are left
in the city. A Jewish fighting
officials.
IWB PUBLISHES DATA
ON IEWS IN SERVICE
New York (JTA) Authentic
facts on Jewish participation in
organization led the defense in this war as Coniplete as it is ,.
the ghetto. Their forces were sib,e tf) issue at thijJ juncture in
small, they did not have much thc war were made bhc tod
ammunition. Nevertheless they b tho National jowish Welfare
fought lor four weeks to better Board
effect than the Germans in this
JEWISH WRITERS ARE
SAID KILLEDIN ACTION
l*SS?w . thVn wnUrs who have joined
reDo?t,',SlSI'l'n,,;'r,m>'' 24 have ***"
Reported killed and 20 missing,
lori^ dfnn,'unced here. The ma-
th*L"'them enlisted. Among
JewKng ,are lh well-known
literal n,,v,,|'st S. Gadiner. the
822 ^tlc' A Gurstein and M.
far aBui u'"'ts S- Rossin. Olev-
Jewish Kn.and V"gelis and the
ewisn histonan A. Brachman.
teTihZ^~c^cction dy- No
Pol Lh yoY v>teGo to the
and "WdM your franchise.
began suddenly attiawn <> w.'"| "; --" \ hf f Amil traeic struggle
101049 shnrtlv before Passover,' experience on the mgnt or m.< iragie suuj,u.
The formal reason as that only 23. the Germans restricted the.
JmSEh&E&E& call for use of arm..to long j-ange a t RD AND LINDBERGH
Attas sme &&%&& are wanted at trial
huts isx: pta^ftas *
mg.
heavily armed
guns, grenades,
Bonifraterska. the forts of the ferno njpossible
i Citadel, and Smoeza Street, was Captured Ji*.
surrounded by SS men German on 'h'. .^^ in A.s manner from
police, and Latvians. Ukrainians, were killedI in t.us man
and Lithuanians. In the morn- April tjug Qnmua posted
6 ST^^^rT1^^^ the
and armored I ghetto was being hq>?-td and
...rough the Za- j those who sheJ^red Jew. *ould
menhof Street to the ghetto. | bevchfX Vtha^t "s in May, an an-
The manner of the German at-. day.later that is.in y
tack showed that they expected nounwment of ^ ^n p^
armed resistance. The struggle, lice commander Jiare te
began and. the Germans suffered cause he J5 an
relatively large losses. There was made a point oi lcsisia.
The book"Fighting for
America" reveals incontrovert-
ibly that Americans of Jewish
faith are not only fully repre-
sented in this war but that "thou-
sands have performed g:'at and
heroic deeds for American vic-
tory."
"Fighting for America" con-
tains a revealing chapter on sta-
tistics and surveys, reports on
leged sedi'ionists on trial here, percentages of refugees in service
filed a motion in District Court including a section on the medical
this week for the subpoenaing of corps. Another section of the
Charles A. Lindbergh and Henry book is devoted to 10 first-hand
Ford as defense witnesses on the accounts of battle action by top-
grounds that their utterances flight heroes of Jewish faith. The
"against the Jews are 100 times, last pages of the book are devot-
more vicious" than those of the ed to an impressive listing of
Washington (JTA)James J.
11 Laughlin, attorney for Edward
Captured Jews were mu^ered ^JJ Smythe> onc of the 30 al-
defendants. Judge Edward Eicher,
who is presiding, did not indicate
whether he would issue the sub-
poenas requested by Laughlin.
some 2,500 American heroes of
Jewish faith, hundreds of whom
have been killed in action, an<|
others wounded.


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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
club on various topics of intercsi
PROBUS CLUB
The Probus Club of Miami
will hold a two-day outing Sat-
urday and Sunday, April 29th
and 30th. About 25 members of
the club will meet at the Atlan-
tic Marine Boat Yard on Satur-
day at 1 p. m. and will proceed
down the bay aboard two cabin
cruisers. The outing will be held
at the "Riptide Club" south of
Cape Florida. A novel fishing
tournament has been planned in
which each participant will be
"timed" and many other forms of
entertainment has been planned
by the committee in charge.
The Probus Club is composed
of business and professional men
of Greater Miami in which each
particular business or profession
is represented by one member.
Luncheon meetings are held
every Tuesday at which time in-
teresting speakers address the
Among those slated for making
the trip to the keys this week-
end are: Messrs. Sam Blank,
Benjamin Goldman, Edward Lo-
vitz, Harry Boyell, Henry Kauff-
man, Alvin Cassell, Maurice Cro-
mer, Dr. Alex Kushner, Louis
Hamcl, Dr. Albert E. Roscnthal,
William Shayne, George Gold-
berg. George Wolpert, Joseph M.
Lipton, Norman Rothschild. Louis
Pallot. Al Quadow. George Ad-
ler. Hyland Rifas. Herman Rubin.
Morris Rubin. Sam Seitlin. Eu-
gene Weiss, and several others.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
TOWER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are.
9EEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri. and Mat. only Sat.
Apr 28-29
Haunted House Hilarity!
'The Ghost That
Walks Alone'
ARTHUR (Dogwood) LAKE
JANE LAWRENCE

Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Apr. 29-May 4
RITA
HAYWORTH
In the Year's Top
Musica Thrill
//
"COVER
GIRL
IN TECHNICOLOR
WITH
GENE KELLY
PHIL SILVER
JINX FALKENBURG
7 Hit Tunes by Ira Gershwin
and Jerome Kern
The installation of newly elect-
ed officers and trustees <>f Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood will take
place at a luncheon meeting to
Be held at 1 o'clock Monday. May
1st at the Urmey hotel, Miami.
Those elected for the ensuing
year ;ire:
President, Mrs. Maxwell Hv-
man; 1st vice-president, Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis; 2nd vice-president,
Mrs. Sam Luby; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Philip Weinstein: cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. G. L.
Mendelson; assistant correspond-
ing secretary, Mia. Henry Kauff-
man; treasurer. Mrs. Frank Co-
ret; financial secretary, Mrs. M.
B. Ross; auditor, Mrs. Herman
Wronker.
Mrs. Morris Plant will install
the officers. Mrs. J. Frehling.
phone 3-0352. and Mrs. Gus
Feuer, phone 5-3203. are chair-
man and co-chairman of the
luncheon and will accept reser-
vations. Early n servations are
urged. A fine musical program
has been arranged.
AIS TO PRESENT VERY
IMPORTANT J>ROGRAM
The Friday Review, sponsored
fflfSS Divteton, American
Jewish Congress, will f*e*B!
of the most important Programs
of its series on Friday. Apr. 28.
at 1:45 p. m. at the Y. M. II. A.
building 1 Lincoln road. Miam
Beach Mrs. I. M. Weinstein w,M
riiactiBS the general topic, ran
Arne^ca and".he Good Neighbor
Policy," using four recent Ud
j outstanding books for source ma-
terial "The Other Americans
bv Edward Tomlinson is an accu-
rate, up-to-date picture of the
people and civilization of each ot
the colorful and interesting coun-
tries of the American world. In
Mexico Speaks" by Guido Rosa,
the ordinary people spean
through the pen and camera 01 a
! warmhearted American Visitor
I with a genius for listening. I he
full story of Inter-American co-
operation, how it was built, and
what it means to our future is
the theme of "The America.- and
Tomorrow" by Virginia Prewett.
I'Talange" by Allan Chase is a
startling but fully documented
expose of the Axis secret army
in the Amei icas.
The review is opt n to the pub-
lic at a small admission fee, and
proceeds are used for the war
activities of The American Jew-
i ish Congress.
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
Joseph Fink ol New York City
will spend a month visiting with
his brother-in-law and sister,
Mr and Mrs. Herman Katrms,
200 N. W. 36th Street.
Miss Blanche Borenstein of
Chicago is spending several
weeks vacation here as the
house guest of her cousin. Mrs.
Rosalind Friedman. 1037 S. W.
20th Avenue.
Mi and Mrs. Mendel Schein-
bera have moved to their new
home at 400 S. W. !)th Avenue.
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Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank of Di-
I.ido Island returned to the city
Wi dm.-day by plane after an ex-
tended vacation to Colorado
1 Springs, Colo., and Hot Springs.
Ark.
MIAMI
ELECT
BEACH HOTEL MEN
OFFICERS TUESDAY
Directors of the Miami Beach
Hotel Owners association elected
Tuesday are as follows:
Zone 1, Joe Ross, Nat Hankoff.
Leo Eisenstein, Jack August, and
Mrs. Mathilda Ratal i; zone 2. F.
R Humpage, L. Bruno Weil. Har-
ry Sirkin, Tom DuPree, Abraham
Halpenn; zone 3. Ken Turchin,
Sam Lachman. Paul Rowe, Harry
Simberg, and L. West Averv.
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St.. Miami
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'JAAt>l>l^/>LELKEKi
Mount Sinai Memorial Park i
"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
Chesed Shel Ernes
BETH JACOB WOMEN
HAVE PARTY AT HOTEL
Sisterhood of Beth Jacob con-
gregation scheduled another b< n-
efit in tion picture and card party
held on May 23 at the London
Arms Hotel. This was one of a
series to raise funds for charitable
work and improvements on the
Community Bldg.. for which the
Sisterhood is receiving congratu-
lations.
The Community Building was
seen for the first time sinca it
has been painted and redecorat-
ed by the Sisterhood when a re-
cent meeting was held for the ex-
ecutive board. Mrs. Moses Krieg-
er. president, presided.
Beth Jacob synagogue, the old-
est Jewish institution in Miami
Beach, was built in 1929. Out-
growing its first building, it ad-
ded another and the first building
now serves as a recreation center
and Community building.
Last year the Sisterhood decor-
ated and furnished the Commun-
ity building and turned it into a
servicemen's center. It became a
popular rendezvous for the men
with over 100000 registered dur-
ing a period of 12 months.
This year the Sisterhood has
repainted and redecorated the
building. Members have added
another office to the Study of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. The
rabbi's study is to be completely
refurnished.
Officers and board members
are: Mrs. Moses Krieger. presi-
dent; Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs.
Anne Berow, Mrs. Lillion Mills.
Mrs. Sam Broocks, Mrs. Maurice
Mamches, Mrs. B. Kellemcr. Mrs.
F. Kelstein, Mrs. Harry Oe m t,
Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mrs. Harry
Weiss, Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg,
Mrs. Harry Hayes, and Mrs.
Mescheloff.
Mrs. Sidney Rauzin has re-
turned to the city and is stopping
at th i Arlington Hotel. Miami
Beach.
Miss Ethel Kaplan Is a guest
at the Triton Hotel where she
will vacation for three weeks be-
fore returning to her home in
New York.
BIRTHS
Mr. nnd Mrs. Marx Feinberg
announce the birth of a son at
St. Francis Hospital on Tuesday.
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement of Misss Bar-
bara Knobel and Lt. Arthur L.
Greenwald, USA. is being an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Murry Knobel. 2900 Sher-
idan Avenue. Miami Beach. Bias
Knobel will go to Phoenix. Ariz..
early in May and the wedding
will take place there.
Lt. Greenwald, who lived in
Chicago before entering the ser-
vice, recently returned from ov-
ers! as duty and is stationed at
Luke Field, Ariz. He attended
college in Chicago and received
his commission last year at the
Officer Candidate school in Mi-
ami Beach
Miss Knobel was graduated
from Miami Beach High school.
BRITH
The brith milah oTft- ^*
Mr. and Mrs. PhUto &L2P *
356 N. E. 117th Street took"^
at Victoria Hospital with b%9
S. M. Machtei orlfciaft!? **"
WEDDINGS
The marriage of KatTiwT
formerly of Akron, OhioTi
Morris Berkowitz, formed
Boston, took place Sunday L
23rd with Rabbi Irving *&'
fHCiaMing' TA"fnd*nt5werTl?
and Mrs. J. Miller and LeS
side in Miami Beach.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of the monument
to the memory of Samuel Berman
who resided at 1918 Liberty Aw
nue, Miami Beach, will take elate
Sunday, April 30 al 3 p. m. atth!
Jewish section of the Woodlawn
Park cemetery. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff will officiate. Sidney
H. Palmer of the Palmer Monu-
ment Co., is in charge of arrange-
ments.
The unveiling of a monument
took olace Wednesday afternoon,
dedicated to the memory of Abra-
ham Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs
Max Wolf, 1320 N. W. 63rd Ave
Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer
Monument Co.. was in charge o(
arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer. 228
N. W. 4th Street, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Miriam to Louis Kaplan, son of
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Kaplan.
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. The
engagement took place on Miss
Singer's 19th birthday. The
bride-to-be is a graduate of the
Miami Senior High school. USNR
Kaplan was graduated from the
Olney High School in Philadel-
phia and attended Temple Uni-
j yersity. No date has been set
tor the wedding. Mr. Kaplan was
a member of the Quaker City
Pter No. 485 of the Aleph
Zadik Aleph
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JEWISH SOLDIERS WERE
THREATENED BY DEATH
London. (JTA)Testimony of
Jewish soldiers threatened with
death by anti-Semitic officers in
the Polish army was made pub-
lic here by Tom Driberg, Indepen-
dent member of the House of
Commons, as a Polish court-mar-
tial in Scotland was trying -i
group of Jewish soldiers who left
the Polish army because of anti-
Semitism and came to London to
forces a transfer to tno British
The testimony quoted a Polish
captain. Lupa Mielmic/uk. a nS
pressing high regard for Hitler
in ront of his soldiers, "because
n,t,0J.ls, murdennR the Jews."
He added that "this is not the end
Kr V Another officer. Cap?
Krokowski. warned a Jewtah St
dier under his command that
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+Jewisli fhridknn
PAGE THREE
vtfFTING MONDAY BY
WOMEN Ctf AUXILIARY
"vrtf-rans of U. S.. held it.
W i..r inciting at the YMHA,
SgJdSr afternoon. Mrs. Minnie
Mine presidiwr.
Plans were completed to tM
wVii,nil President, visit in May,
f which tune a luncheon will
Jyen in honor of Jessie O.
Members are collecting sheet
"',' Victrola records, prizes.
"'"'.;.us and other items speci-
Sh bv the Red Cross for conva-
g~ servicemen! recreation.
Those desiring to cooperate.
2S call 2-1025. Mrs. Kline.
Paula Ehrlich was appointed
hogpitalization chairman; Anna
Raxinc teli phone chairman: and
Pauline Vi rdon. color bearer and
honorary mmtor for the Dauah-
jS"8pter of JWV^ Lillian
Suskins was named hospitality
and visitins chairman.
Mc GINTY" CANDIDATE
FOR CONSTABLE DIST. 1
Marshall S. McGinty, real es-
tate dealer, is a candidate for
constable o! the first Dade dist-
rict subject to the Democratic
primary.
He is a former deputy state
hotel commissioner, in charge of
northwest Dade county, resign-
ing thv post several months ago
(or war service. A graduate of
the Citizen-' military training
camp at Fort McPherson. Ga..
with too honors, he volunteered
:ur oversea duty shortly after
Pearl Harbor and served nine
months overseai with the U. S.
engineei lepartmeilt.
B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG
WOMEN HOLD MEETING
The newly formed B'nai B'rith
&u1R wmen met at the YM &
WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Wednes-
day evening. 18 new members
joined. No name has yet been
chosen for the organization and
it was decided to Rive young wo-
men who wished to join the
group trie opportunity to become
charter members. The next meet-
ing will be held at 8:15 p. m. on
rhursday evening. May 4. Plans
will be made for the coke-tail
party to be held soon. Commit-
tees were appointed to take care
of the selection of a name and
to write up the constitution. All
who are interested are invited to
attend the next meeting.
ALLSWORTH QUALIFIES
FOR SCHOOL BOARD
E. L. Allsworlh. candidate for
the school board, district No. 4. is
a widely known business man and
civic leader. He is chairman of
the Industrial Council ol the
i Chamber of Commerce, past pres-
; ident of the Retail Merchants
Association. He is president of
the Dixie Manufacturing Co. and
an executive of Moore's Whole-
sale
Allsworth is thoroughly famil-
1 iar with school needs and plan-
Jiing. his friends state. He is a
graduate of the University of
Denver and for the last six years
, has served as trustee for Special
School Tax District 2. "To the
post-war planning that must be
a major objective for our school
\ system. Allsworth would bring
a high order of administrative,
business and educational experi-
ence,'' thev said.
Jobs Don't Grow
ON TREES!
Sane planningnot promises
is our answer to unemploy-
ment fears. Sen. Ernest R.
Graham, war veteran, farmer,
business man, has PROVEN
in his own business he knows
HOW!
ELECT ERNEST R.
GRAHAM
GOVERNOR
(Paid Politics! Adv.)
BEACH REALTORS WILL
RAISE MONEY FOR M. U.
"Million dollars in 60 days"
goal set by the Miami Beach
Board of Realtors in their spon-
sorship of a greater University of
Miami is the keynote of the move-
I ment to be used as a fund for
construction of buildings and to
expand activities at the Univer-
sity of Miami in Coral Gables.
The drive opens May 1.
, Bruno Weil, chairman, with Dr.
Bowman F. Ashe, president of the
university as co-chairman. Wed-
nesday announced chairmen of
committees who will co-ordinate
their activities through the exec-
utive committee:
Banking: Julian S. Eaton, pres-
ident Coconut Grove Exchange
bank. All other Miami area banks
and federals to be represented.
Contact: Tom Dupree. presi-
dent Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors; Mrs. Ralph Hill, co-chair-
man and chairman oi the wo-
men'.; division Mis. Hill is pres-
l ident of tin- Dade County Amer-
ican Association of University
Women.
Hotels: Joe Adams. El Como-
doro.
Legal and tax laws: Leo Julian.
acting president of the Dade
County Bar association.
Professions; Dr. Wiley Sams.
president Dade County Medical
\ association.
Publicity: Harold R. Davis,
Miami Beach realtor.
Selection and assignment. Os-
car E. Dooly, jr., realtor.
\ Special contacts: Benjamin E.
Bronston. Miami Beach realtor.
Tax consultants: Leonard A;
Abess and H. F. Purvis.
Ways and means: E. D. Keefer,
Beach realtor.
An auditorium and college of
engineering are listed as among
the first objectives in the expan-
sion program for the university.
FARLOW SOLICITS AID
AS OFFICIAL OF STATE
A. J. Farlow is an active mem-
ber of organized labor and knows
how poorly the public school
teachers are paid considering the
importance of their work and the
educational requirements before
they can even be accepted for a
teaching position. As a candi-
date for representative in the
state legislature from Dade coun-
j ty. Group one. he comes out
! wholeheartedly for legislation
that will establish a salary of not
i less than SI000 per teaching unit.
Farlow is also a firm believer
in old-age pensions and if elect-
ed will do his best to see that
the older folk receive a just pen-
sion.
FORMATION OF IUNIOR
CHAPTER MADE BY AZA
The Miami Chapter of AZA
No. 322 has announced the for-
mation of a junior chapter for
boys in this area from the ages
of 11 to 14. The meeting of the
new group, to which all who are
interested are invited, will take
place Sunday evening. May 7 at
the Miami Y.
MARTIN GENET IS AN
ASPIRANT FOR J. OF P.
Martin Genet, practicing attor-
ney of Miami Beach, is a candi-
date for Miami Beach Justice of
the Peace, subject to the Demo-
cratic primary, May 2.
A graduate of the University of
Miami Law School and resident
of Miami Beach for the past eight
years, Mr. Genet said he believes
he not only is familiar with the
problems of Miami Beach people
but also is qualified to interpret
the law fairly and impartially.
Many disputes, he said, can be
easily settled by lending a sym-
pathetic ear to those in dispute, j
"If elected," he said, "I pro- !
pose to operate the Miami Beach
Peace Justice's court in a fair \
manner. Furthermore, my legal I
training is an additional facility !
which will help expedite court
procedure."
O'CONNOR FOR STRICT
ENFORCEMENT OF LAW
Again pledging that he will
operate the sheriffs office for
the benefit of all Dade countians,
Paul O'Connor, candidate for
sheriff, in a radio talk over Sta-
tion WIOD, said that by experi-
ence yi administrative posts and
in law enforcement work, he is
better qualified for> the office
than any of his opponents, said:
"I have told you before, and I
tell you again, that I have made
no promises to any individual, to
any group, as to how I shall con-
duct the office of sheriff. I make
but one promise, and.I make that
to all the people of Dade county
that promise is that I will en-
force the laws fairly and impar-
tially, relentlessly, without fear
or favor."
STATE COMPTROLLER
IN PROMPT PAYMENT
GEORGE S.
KELL
To the
Resident of Dade
County 34 Years
LEGISLATURE
Group One
Familiar With Our Problems !
Acquainted With Our People !
Knows Our Needs !
IN ORDER TO SECURE CAPABLE REPRESENTATION OF YOUR INTERESTS
IN TALLAHASSEE AN ATTORNEY AND BUSINESS MAN SHOULD BE ELECTED
Therefore Cast Your Vote For
GEORGE S. O'KELL
(Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.)
Insure Representative Leadership
E LECT
TROY C. DAVIS WOULD
GO TO LEGISLATURE
Troy C. Davis, a candidate for
State Representative in the Leg-
islature. Group Two. has been a j
practicing attorney in Miami for
the past 20 years, having come
to Miami from Macon. Georgia.
He is a veteran of World War
I and a member of Harvey W.
Seeds Post of American Legion.
For the past five years, he has
served as a membi r of District!
9 (Dade County) Welfare Board, |
serving fur the past two years as
chairman of said board, without
compensation He advocates in-
creases of old age assistance
grants to a maximum of $40.00.i
by providing $20.00 from the:
State to match the $20.00 avail-
able from the Federal Govern- \
ment. and a grant of $50.00 a
month for boarding home or bed-
ridden recipients, and providing !
funds for assistance to the many
needy children for whom appli- i
cations have long been pending
awaiting funds.
He also advocates an increase
of teachers' salaries by raising
the State appropriation and liber-
alizing sick leave provisions of
the school code.
State Comptroller J. M. Lee
and State Superintendent Colin
English made the state's $1,300,-
000 monthly distribution to school
teachers' salaries on the dot this
month and County Superintend-
ent Wilson received Dade coun-
ty's share earlier this week, en-
abling prompt payment of teach-
ers' and bus drivers' salaries.
Following a conference between
Superintendent English and the
Comptroller, they advised Su-
perintendent Wilson that the ag-
gressive tax collection program
which has been building up the
state's finances over the past few
years has been so successful that,
already there is in the state treas-
ury enough money to pay the
next monthly installment which
means that for the first time in
history the school system will re-
ceive on time the year's final
monthly distribution of the $12,-
265.984 annual state school aid
and there will be no need of any
Florida teacher or bus driver go-
ing into vacation period unpaid.
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RE-ELECT
R. P. TERRY
AS
School Board Member
(Board of Public Instruction
Dade County, f-'l.i i
DISTRICT No. *
'.{ ii,is been District represent*-
tivt- for seven years-* yu have in-
vented in him an* events have
proven it i sound investment. The
near future will bring perplexing
problems You will rerriw :t tion.il dividends by nominating him
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FRIDAY, APRIL
The Jewish Floridian
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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____________
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1944
IYAR 5, 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 17
APRIL MEETING OF AIC
WAS WELL^ ATTENDED
On Monday. April 24th. the
Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress lie Id its
April meeting at the YM & Vi HA,
1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beacn\
with over two hundred women
in attendance. The guest speaker,
Rabbi Irving Lenrman, pie-
viewed short stones from 'ShO-
lem Alecheim." in the Yiddish
and also in the English, from the
translation of Maurice Samuels.
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky gave a sig-
nificant talk on good government
and the importance of voting.
Mrs. Arthur Triester. chairman
of the remembrance fund.
on the "Counci
NOTES OF Y. M. h. A.
S A
-by-
M S I L
VER
"Y" Forum Group
A project in the "Y" that has
taken this community by storm is
the recently organized "Y Fo-
rum Group. This is evidenced by
UN fad that though it is in cxist-
ence less than a month, the at-
tendance at meetings has dou-
1,1, d Under the able leadership
of Harry Gcrstein, chairman of
the forum group, topics of cur-
discussed the
THE BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO
ance,
ceeds
explaining that thi
from this particular
rent interest are
Against Intoler-1 second and fourth Wednesdays of
letin which will be out
Children 4 to
Register now.
"Y" Softball
14
are
next
week.
eligible.
BchTc*Ym >*,
The "Y" Softball team rf ,
ed the Beach "Y> teanMft"
day morning at a tamo }*
Riverside Park. byT ..W,"
The "Y" today toasts 3 ?,H
Olltstanrfino .Jill. ,,0t a Ver
pro-
fund
Communities throughout the country are holding meetings ] wen- use,I solely for this pun
._,.:_- .u -u.....JL < .u ni ft.- **/,.., r_kQ..~ rn Mrs. Moses Kneger spoke in
bri i
every month.
Last Wednesday the question
of "White Supremacy" based on
the recent decision of the United
marking the observance of the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. JJn yn thc -Econ,muc Discrimination States Supreme Court on the
T< xas primary case was dis-
cussed. Joseph Tepper was mod-
erator. On Wednesday. May 10,
the topic for discussion will be
man. was in charge of the social
hour and was assisted by Mrs.
Arthur Triester and Mrs. Max
Meisel.
Monday evening next our local community will meet at Beth ;mci interfaith." Mrs. s. mu<
David to pay tribute to the bravery of those unforgettable souls Commander, hospitality
who gave their lives in the effort to hinder the enemy in a strug-
gle, the outcome of which they knew.
There has been a great deal of heroism in the present war,
but Judge Joseph M. Proskauer is nevertheless within the bounds
of truth in saying that none of these acts of heroism outshines HOSPITAL UNIT WILL
"the valor of the starving, downtrodden Jews of the Warsaw HEAR NOTED VIOLINIST
ghetto." ----------
The Jews of Warsaw knew that the resistance was futile,1 Red Cross Hospital Unit for
knew that for them there was no hope at all. yet they entered' ^icemen under the supervis-
I ion of Ruth Brotman. will have
Maurice Spitalny. orchestra lead-
er, and brother of Leopold and
Phil Spitalny. play a group pf vi-
olin solos, accompanied by Ira
Rublova, Russian pianist, at the
Nautilus Hospital. April 2U. The
Microphone Parade, consisting of
the radio personnel of radio sta-
tion WIOD in a burlesque of a
day in radio. Frankie Morgan,
radio songstress; Eileen Dixon,
into a suicide pact in order to sell their lives as dearly at "a price
that would cost the Nazis thousands of their soldiers and hund-
reds of Warsaw's industrial plants."
The statement was made at the anniversary observance of
the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. That battle will remain im-
perishable in Jewish history.
For the story of the Warsaw battle, as was emphasized this
past week by speakers at the Jewish Anti-Fasci3t Committee in
Moscow, typifies what happened in many fronts. Jews, said
the Moscow speaker, didn't permit themselves to be treated as accordionist; Dona Farber, dan-
meek and weak lambs. In city after city, the men. women and JgJ v^^wSs *&
children, organized guerilla detachments or joined such guerilla complete the program,
units as were already in existence. ------------------------!___
The full story of this Jewish civilian resistance we do not yet PIONEER WOMEN HAVE
know. We shall not know it until after the war, but when that' BIG CROWD AT DINNER
story is told it will be one that will add to the pride which we
have in those Jews in Warsaw who went down fighting bravely.
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine for Greater
Miami had about 300 people pres-
ent at the fifth annual donor
dinner held last Sunday evening
THE ANGLO-JEWISH PRESS
No agency in American Jewish life has had more brickbats
tossed at it than the Anglo-Jewish press. And, stranqe to sav n U"' w"ff(>rd hotel- Mrs 1
the Anglo-Jewish press has taken them all without a word k 833ff^S^SSiASTS
reply. I he tune has come for the Anglo-Jewish press itself to
speak out in its own behalf, to make itself heard and felt as the
important force that it is in the American Jewish community.
No one will take issue with those who criticise the unethical
business practices of a few Anglo-Jewish publications. Nor MTHMT PHADTPP XA/TT T
will there be any real argument that a number of Anglo Jewish mFFT NPOT TiTPCniv
publications are anvthina but nri7* Pvnmnloc r>( ;..,i; men INLA1 lULolJAl
introduced visiting guests and
speakers. Proceeds of the affan-
will he used for the Palestine ac-
tivities of the group.
anything but prize examples of journalism.
But conceding these deficiencies in some Anglo-Jewish publi-
cations, it is folly to generalize and denounce the entire Anglo-
Jewish press, as so many thoughtless people do.
Too long now has Jewish leadership, nationally and locally
with a few notable -
The Greatei Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
C Idren at Denver will bold
their regular monthly meeting
exceptions eoted the Anglo-Jewish pros, a? ftirSfc Roea* YU*1ut
as a step-child when that very leadership would have to create Miami Beach Mrs. Myron New-
the Anglo Jewish press if it didn't already exist. Too long now
has the Anglo-Jewish press been sneered at, patronized, neg-
lected and subordinated to the role of an inferior.
The Anglo-Jewish press, v/hich incidentally is more than a
century old and has an honorable history and tradition of ser-
vice, has long since become a valuable element in the American CALENDAR
Jewish scene. The Anglo-Jewish weekly that serves its com-
munity honestly and faithfully- and most of them do is not
only a credit to journalism but an irre.olacable asset to its com- Th
munity.
man. president, will give a n
port on the regional convi ntion
shi n cently attended in Chicago
I he hoard of directors meet nt
10:30 a. m.
OF EVENTS
OF BETH DAVID WOMEN
Beth David Sisti rl
announced its calei lar I vents
As one who has been associated with all aspects of Anqlo- u e nexl,,u" ''" ; follows:
Jewish journalism for nearly 20 years as writer, syndicate edi s,m i '\ U !:"""" "
to, publisher and ^formation director-I say tha, tne Wri^on ^"STUS WS^
Jewish community has in great measure failed to understand the Ma> 14- Mother's Day prSmSn
major role which the Anglo-Jewish paper plays as a medium of 'f ,0:30 ''' m-: M">" confirm*.
communication with the vast complex we call Jewish life There exercises at 8:15 u. m.
are few more effective means for reaching large segments of the rnTnTP^i7^7^^
Jewish community than through the Anglo Jewish press With g2L5STROM IS CHOSEN
out the Anglo-Jewish press the election of delegates to the Ameri ON GREEN COMMITTEE
can-Jewish Conference in most communities miqhl have be*>r ---------
an insuperable task. j At a meeting of the executive
'^P081 decade when the Anglo-Jewish press has .lowly S55X-C&^
won grudging recognition as a vital community force, sporadic!*"*. Sol S. GoldTtrom
efforts have been made to organize the Anglo-Jewish publishers ent comm"nal
in a body whose aim would be to educate the American Jewish
community to the real place of the Anglo-Jewish press Such
an organization is to come into being as a result of a meetino
to be held in Indianapolis on April 29th and 30th.
This meeting is a landmark in the history of Angle-Jewish
journalism. It affords the Anglo-Jewish press a unique opoor.
E22 K.,Pre8eJnt itS CQSe to, ^A^can Jewish community,
forthnghtly and unequivocally. This meeting should be an oc-
casion for frank self appraisal, for straight speaking and clear
thinking. No false sense of self-righieous nor 3eli-pitv should
deter the publishers from adopting a common course of action
which may well mark the coming age of Anglo-Jewish journal-
ism in this country. "
The Anglo-Jewish press, which has helped publicize everv
other agency in Jewish life, is now ready to do a public rPla
tions job on itself If the Indianapolis meeting sucSSs inli
hating such an effort it will be important not only to the Anqlo-
. press but to the Jewish communitv itself Today, more
last
promin-
worker, was un-
animously chosen as vice-chair
man of the Miami fi*
Such m.ttce. Len Cooper announced
Headquarters of the Lex Green
ami iwh0r camPain on M.
:"* Beach are located at 514
Washington Avenue and 205 Lin
Jewish community itself.
than ever, the Jewish community needs a Tfcnraua____iLrZrm
and ably-edited Anglo-Jewish ?^B ifR Sto?3
press it wants and will support.Bernard Postal
coin Road.
SPINOZA~FORUM WILL
HEAR PROF. E. CLARK
Clarke, of
Prof. Edward
University of Miami, will be tht
unlw .1 lhe sP'noza Fo-
under the canopy, on the
at 3
rum.
S.S5&
Saturday afternoon. Dr Z I
' 'The Closed Shop" question.
Prominent labor leaders will dis-
( u.ss the labor side of the ques-
It is also planned to have
an expert on the opposite side.
The public is cordially invited.
Home Camp
Th-' Sixth Annual Home Camp
will commence on MonHav. June
12.
outstanding softbball team P
to the fact that it p^ctS ,due
eral times a week. It mSev"
ber of the City Leaaiie tST"
won every game thus far "d ha
Those who played asainn th.
Beach team Sunday tot
ami "Y" are as f
Berkowitz. Frank Ros,
Al Reisman. I. Sch
Jack Uslan, Weide
and Lube
Federation Frolici
On Sunday evening. May 7, the
Teen Agers will presents
cty of acts consisting of
and music. The
the Mi-
">ws: Abe
Kaslich,
wmer. Levin,
Fnedman.
vari-
comedy
- Purpose of this
affair is to invite as
Agers to the "Y"
which time an appeal will
made for funds for the FederT
Complete details will be giv- | tion. Rabbi Irving Lchrman wUl
many Teen
as possible, at
en in the May issue of the bul- I be the principal speaker.
MRS. LUTSKY DELEGATE f
TO AJC CONVENTION
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of
the women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress, has
been invited to serve as a mem-
ber Of the committee of the Na-
tional convention of the Wo-
men's Division of the American
Jewish Congress, taking place in
New York City, al the Commo-
dore Hotel, on May 31, June 1
and 2nd.
Mrs. Franklin Delano Roose-
velt will be the guest speaker at
the national donor luncheon,
which will be held on June first
at the convention.
Mrs. Lutsky was unanimously
elected by the Greater Miami
Chapter to serve as an official
delegate, representing thc Great-
er Miami Chapter.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, member-
ship chairman, was elected as al-
ternate.
KELLER HOLDS NRS POST
1
Cairo (JTA)Racial and relig-
ious relations are no problem in
the United States Navy. Capt.
Robert D. Wodkman. chief of na-
val chaplains, declared here
Capt Wodkman says his mission
represents Protestant. Catholic
and Jewish faiths, and described
it as an example of the American
way of life.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Alexander 8. Keller, prominent
Hartford business man and philan-
thropist, has been elected Chair-
man of the Executive Committee of
the National Refugee Service t
succeed Charles A. Riegelman, now
NRS President Announcement of
in election was made by William
Rosenwald, Honorary President.
Mr. Keller has directed refugee re-
settlement in Hartford since 1931
THE BALKANS, THEN AND NOW.


LnY. APRIL 28, l9tA
face Facts

Br Alexander F. Millet
Florida Regional Director
Anti. Defamation League
t aere are two letters which
tail thi'i/ own story:
4 John li. Moran
Best Mcdford. Mass.
PfLiS'your ad in Sunday's pa-
Lrthatv"" want a house here in
Miami 1 will rent you my home
LKu are entile and have a
Ehrt?maTd. 1 do not rent to
K or allow negro maids to
five in the house."
Dear Mr. A '.
i"wish i thank you for your
-cent letter giving me full par-
ticulars about your home which
ou Offer for rent. From the
Criotion I gather that it is a
fery desirable place located in
ig good section.
"HoweV( r, there is one point
that does not appeal to me. You
Mate you would not consider a
ewish tenant or permit a ne-
ro maid to live on the premises.
you get Mr. A, I was brought
jp in a Christian home and have
lways tried my best to actually
ractise the teachings of my
hurch. There is little that I
now concerning the negroes,
,ther than that they, too, were
reated in HIS image. But. from
r.y Bible I have learned that
ewish history, civilization and
ulture predates that of Christi-
juty by thousands of years. As
}od's chosen people, the Jews
ave made the greatest spiritual
ontribution to the world. In
pite of centuries of persecution
iy some professed "Christians"
hey have also contributed their
hire to every other field of prog-
s that man has achieved to
ate. Thus, to my way of think-
ing, linking the two races toge-
her as undesirable is unjust, to
y the least.
"I consider discrimination
gainst any people because of
ace, color oi creed strictly for-
idden by our Lord and contrary
0 the Bill of Rights and the
" institution of the USA. I think
h person ought to be judged
mieiy by his or her individual
MS.
"1 apologise for delaying my
eply. Frankly. I was undecided
1 to whether or not it would
e proper to exercise my thoughts
y the subject Finally, I con-
sB'u taction would not be out of
lace.
"In any case, I wish you suc-
css in youi effort to secure a
tnant to meet your require-
* "' possibly be the
for r- ,,l(.(l above,
rely yours,
"JOHN B. MORAN."
. I'AINTING
i" INE l:V
II Whs
1 riMATKS
LAROE OR
-MALI.
kTH PAINT
in. : ACTOR
wer. Z-S10S
*J PAGE FIVE
WORKERS SEE NEED
FOR JOE CONDERMANN
"In this sheriffs race, Joo
Condermann may not be better
than the best, but he is, most cer-
tainly, better than the rest (of
the candidates)" said Robert R.
Gallagher, a past president of
the Miami Merchants Association
and chairman of the Condermann
campaign committee, in a radio
address Monday night.
"We are not dealing in per-
sonalities," continued the speak-
er. "We think solely in terms
of what is best for the citizens
for the future growth and de-
of Dade county. Our concern
vclopment of this community
compels is to urge you to elect
Joe Condermann as our sheriff
by pulling down lever 15A."
In a radio address on Tuesday
morning, Mrs. J. Avery Guyton,
prominent in civic and social
work, told her audience, "With
Joe Condermann as our sheriff,
we shall feel particularly safe.
He is an experienced and scien-
tifically-trained law enforcement
officer. The only candidate
combining those qualifications.
Joe Condermann is an independ-
ent candidate. His support comes
from citizens in all walks of life.
He is not the candidate of any
newspaper faction, of any clique
or special interest group. His
only pledge has been to the vot-
ers to enforce all the laws with-
out fear or favor."
His nine years as chief deputy
sheriff have proven him efficient
and trustworthy. "What is it we
wives and mothers expect of a
sheriff?" asked Mrs. Guyton. and
continued, "We want our fami-
lies safe and secure, a clean and
wholesome community. Joe Con-
dermann, as sheriff, will give us
that."
In a number of radio addresses
made by prominent citizens in
behalf of Joe Condermann. he
was given the wholehearted en-
dorsement of such civic leaders,
merchants and club women, as
Robert E. Gallagher, past presi-
dent of the Miami Merchant's As-
sociation; Walter E. Grubbs, au-
thor and lecturer. William W.
! Ward, attorney; Mrs. J. Avery
Guyton, club woman and civic
worker, and Carl Gardner, mer-
chant and Miami Beach civic
worker.
Mr. Gardner, in his talk last
night, referred to Joe Conder-
mann's friendship for and help-
fulness to, the late Morris Wroo-
bel, who was a deputy sheriff
serving under Mr. Condermann.
who was Chief Deputy Sheriff
for nine years.
His many supporters point out
that Joe Condermann is the only
candidate qualified, both by
practical experience and scienti-
fic training in law enforcement,
to fill the post of Sheriff of Dade
County. Mr. Condermann organ-
ized the auxiliary police of the
Dade County Defense Council
and was its chief.
mJw1 ntA United
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HAT
HEN
HERE
(ThlH column ih conducted by the
Creuter Miami Jewish Federation In
cooperation with The Jewish Florld-
lan aii a community ecrvlce. To Inform
the community of your organization's
."iivitici and to avoid conflicts In
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Monday. May 1st
Temple Israel Sisterhood, regular
meeting, Temple Israel, 12:30 p.m.;
Jewish study Kruup, ages 14 to 18.
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Kduo'ition In cooperation with the
Town 'Y\ 1567 S. W. 5th Bt, 7:30
to 9:30 p m Council of Jewish
woman, Miami BeoUon. board of
directors, Federation office. 10 a.m.
Tuesday, May 2nd
lladassah. Miami Chapter, board
meeting, 2.p.m.; National Home for
Jewish Children at Denver, regu-
lai meeting, t p.m.: Temple Israel
board meeting, H p.m.
Wednesday, May 3rd
National Council of Jewish Women,
regular meeting; Workmen's Circle
Branch No. 6H2. regular member-
ship meeting. 8:10 p.m.
Thursday, May 4th
Sunday School teacher's group
Sponsored by the llureau of Jew-
ish Education, Miami Ueach Jew-
ish Center, S p.m.
Sunday. May 7th
"T" Federation Frolics. Y.M &
YW'HA of Miami. 1567 8. W. 5th
St., s p.m.; lladassah, Miami chap-
ter, regular meeting. 2 p.m.; Jew-
ish study grow;., ages 14 to 18.
sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education In cooperation with the
Town "Y." 1567 s. W. 5th Street.
7 SO to 9:30 p.m.
BAKER LAST TEN YEARS
HEAD OF HOSPITAL
The Government of the United Stales will use sll its power and prestige
to save the victims of Nazi persecution who can still be saved, John W.
Pehle, Executive Director of the War Refugee Board (right) told a
recently-held Midwest Conference of the Joint Distribution Committee
in Chicago. Mr. Pehle is shown addressing the conference, which was
attended by 600 community leaders from Illinois and nine neighboring
state*. Paul Baerwald, J.D.C. Chairman, is shown at left. Mr. Pehle's ad-
dress was the highlight of a two-day conference in which plans were
discussed for the expenditure of at least $17,000,000 by the J.D.C. dur-
ing 1944 for its work of Jewish relief, rescue and rehabilitation overseas.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS EPPERSON'S CAMPAIGN
TO BE HELD ON MAY 3 TAKES ON NOVEL TURN
Senator J. Edwin Baker has
spent the last 10 years as super-
intendent of the Crippled Child-
ren's Hospital of Florida at Uma-
tilla. "He is the leading candi-
date for governor that has seen
fit to endorse President Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt," Abe Aron-
ovitz, a staunch friend and sup-
ported, stated. "The present
world situation and the past war
period makes this essential for
the sake of humanity and though
there are many other reasons,
because of this one alone, I urge
all of my friends and fellow citi-
zens to vote for Senator J. Ed-
win Baker for governor," Aron-
ovitz stated.
Election of officers will take
place at the regular monthly
meeting of the National Council
of Jewish Women, Miami Sec-
tion, scheduled for May 3, at 2
! p. m. at the YM&WHA, 1 Lincoln
j Road, Miami Beach. Annual re-
ports will be given by the vari-
ous committee chairmen, and
will be followed by a musical
program.
Members are urged to make
their reservations for the instal-
lation luncheon by contacting
Mrs. I. G. Kobley, in charge of
arrangements, or the Council of-
fice. The affair will be held
Tuesday, May 9, at 12:30 p. m. at
the Wofford hotel.
The board will meet Monday,
May 1, at 10 a. m. at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation office,
1002 Congress Building.
Clyde A. Epperson's campaign
for congress took a new and
novel turn this week when it
was announced that more than
100 rallies will be held simul-
taneously on Friday at 7:30 p. m.
with a meeting in virtually ev-
ery one of Dade county's 114
precincts.
At 7:45 p. m. the gatherings
will be addressed for 15 min-
utes by Candidate Epperson over
radio station WFTL.
Epperson said today the coun-
ty-wide series of rallies probably
was the most extensive example
of volunteer support ever accord-
ed a candidate in any race in
south Florida. He expected the
plan would extend to Collier and
Monroe counties.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Elect
MARTIN GENET
PRACTICING ATTORNEY
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE
Miami Beach. District 5
Honest. Trustworthy
Capable
"I pledge you that I will
conduct the office in man-
ner of which you will be
proud."
(Paid Pol Adv.)
CLYDE A. EPPERSON
EX-SERVICEMAN. Member
American Legion. Wounded15
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. Clyde 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
Political Ad. Psld for by Friends
*7ops f*L
mm
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. areybounds in
Vrfhei* *m
is disPlBY
9,6 in ten cta-*-
their color. I
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except Sundays-
TOST TIME
8 P. M.
DAILY DOUBLE
2nd 3rd RACES
10 R*A C E S
NIGHTLY
OUI NIELAS
EVERY RACE
ADMISSION
85c
NO MINOIS ADMITTED
TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAVNE
Tske Miami Transit Due No. 10 out to N. W. 7th Ave-
nus and 103rd St.; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Ave.
to 107th Street; or Opa-Locka bus out N. W. 7th Avs.
to 115th Street. Free trsnsportstion from these
[points to track.
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PAGE SIX
+JewistnctJdia!_
I?!EAI1APmL 28. ,9M
CHASTAIN HAS LARGE POST WAR WAlJNWG
SHERIFF FOLLOWING STRESSED B\ OELKER
R. B. Chastain. resident of Mi-
ami since 1919 and Constable in
District 1 of Dade County since
January 1st, 1933, has announced
his candidacy for sheriff.
In bidding for re-election to the
office of Constable in 1936 and
1940, Chastain won by over-
whelming majorities. "He has
won a large following in his
present race," Nat Roth, a prom-
inent Miamian and Chastain sup-
porter stated, "and I know he
will make Dade County an excel-
lent officer."
In making the announcement.
Chastain said he believes his var-
ied experiences peculiarly qual-
office of Dade
Postwar planning is one of the
prime subjects for study by the
1945 legislature. It must take
into account those employes who
mav be replaced by returning
servicemen, and development oi
Dade's air and water port facili-
ties must be encouraged to take
up the employment slack. Rich-
ard Oclker. Jr.. candidate for the
house of representatives in group
2. said Saturday.
Oelker's views of postwar plan-
ning were given in elaboration of
points made in an address de-
livered at a rally held at the
Little River school.
"We will be derelict if we do
not do all we can to encourage
ify him for the
Countv Sheriff, and he intends to |i](, ,|,.Vt.|opm,iit of Miami as tin
wage a vigorous and independent Kreafesj port. air and water, in
campaign. "It is my hope, he
said, "to see as many of the voters
of the county as war-time condi-
tions will permit."
In 1935 Chastain married Miss
Dixie Herlonn. a daughter of Mr.
the United States. The aviation
progress and potentialities oi
Miami and Dade county have
been frequently discussed, but
Miami has tin- finest possibilities
lor dev< lopment of a deep-water
and Mrs. J. \V. Herlong. pioneer harbor t() farther our trade with
Latin American countries.'
south Dade residents, and who
was then associate law partner
of Peace Justice Thomas S. Fer-
guson. Mrs. Chastain. University
of Miami graduate and post-
graduate of Duke University, is
now engaged in the active prac-
tice of law. They have three
children and reside at (ib'7 N. W,
49th Street.______________________
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ence, teletype, etc. Assume re-
sponsibility. NO SATURDAY.
MRS. RIEGER
821 2nd Street, Miami Beach.
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And Be Sure It i
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In his address before the Fri-
day night rally. Oelkers brought
to the attention of his audience
there would he available for ap-
propriation an annual income of
over S6.OOO.000 from the cigarette
tax lie proposed SI.500.000 of
this appropriation to go to the
old . with matching federal funds,
would guarantee S40 a month to
each individual He also sug-
gest, d $4 000.000 30 to schools.
which would provide SI.000 for
eaeli teacher unit, and a reserve
1 n ated with the remaining $500.-
000 to pay teachers' salaries in
"lean years"
FOREIGN WAR VETS
INDUCT NEW OFFICERS
Miami Beach post, Veterans of
Foreign War- installed officers
Tuesday at the Elks club. Al-
bert W Simpson will be installed
as commander oi the Beai h post
lor the seventh consecutive tune. ,
The following officers were
elected Sunday at Hollywood, for
the fourth district for the next
two years: Edward M. Israel,
Miami Beach, Post iiaM. comman-',
der; Henry Weisenberger, West ,
Palm Beach, post :5588. senior
vice-commander; Thomas Anfin-
ison, Miami, post 1608. junior vice-
comm mder; Rol>. rl VVallis. Mi-
ami Beach ;">-t 3559, adjutant
and quartermastei A J. Craig,
Miami Beach post 3559, chaplain. '
TUMOR INSTITUTE FOR
DADE COUNTY IS SURE
Word has just been received
from National Headquarters. o
the approval of a tumor institutt
a, ,he project for Dade County
Unit of the Women s Field Army
for Cancer Control.
The tumor institute was decid-
ed on by the executive commit-
tee composed ot Drs. Kiclni ci
Fleming. John J. Jares.JL'
Wilson. Dade Countv t omdi
Mrs. Clyde A Epperson, and
Publicity Chairman. Mrs. A. w.
Corbett. Jr ,
The proposed institute will
have 1 lab for research studies. |
an examining room open to the .
public where cancer i-xamina-
tions can be had, and a loo-bed
hospital for observation and treat-
ment of cancer patients.
In this way. the local unit of
The Women's Field Army feels
that they car. do their share to
help reduce the 163.400 annual
d.aths from cancer by having a
place where the public can go
for cancer examinations 1 hev
feel that many cancers can be
discovered and treated in time |
and thus cured.
Mrs Clyde A Eppersan has a
film, "I Choose to Live'' which
tells of a woman's encounter with
cancer. This is available to any
organization by calling Mrs. Ep-
person at 3-3(105 and she will ar-
range for the picture and a speak-
er. The public is urged to join
in this work.
EDMUNDS SAYS ENTRY
LIKENED TO CRUSADE
Characterizing his entry into
the campaign to defeat United
Stales Senatoi Claude Pepper for,
re-election as a "crusade,' Coun- j
ty Judge Olhe Edmunds of Jack-
sonville .-aid in Miami that there
was no question of personalities
involved hut a question wh.ther
the people of Florida wished to
continue a system in office which
did not express the will of the
people,
Judge Edmunds said that when
the recent vote was taken on
whether or not the president's
veto ot the tax bill should be sup-
ported. Senator Pepper did not
vote as he felt he should have
Voted for the good ot the people.
hat he voted "to follow blindly
the leadership of the President "
LAMBERT HEADS DADE
COUNTY HOME SERVICE
BETH JACOB SISTERHOOD TO
ELECT OFFICERS ON MAY 1
The regular monthly meeting
of the Belli Jacob Sisterhood will
take place Monday, May 1. at 8
p. in. at the Beth Jacob Commun-
ity Building. 311 Washington
Avenue. Election oi officers
will take place.
A moving picture depicting the
woik oi tlie Red Cros.s will be
vn Mrs Violet Elies. dra-
matic star of stage and radio, will
present a program of entertain-
ment Members are urged tu at-
tend and bring a friend
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Al B. Lambert ot 426 Majorca
Ave.. Coral Cables, will head the
volunteer Home Service commit-
tee tor the Dade Countv Bed
Cross during the ensuing year
Announcement oi Mr. Lambert's
appointment was made today by
C. Cordon Anderson, chapter
chairman. Mr Lambert is :
he relations director of Merrill-
Stevens Dry Dock Co., and is
prominent in American Legion
activities For several years he
has been elected Captain of the
Dade County Guard ol Honor ot
the American Legion
Mr. Lambert has been active
in R.'d Cross work tor many
years, serving as one ot the com-
mittee heads on the Dade Coun-
ty Disaster Preparedness and Re-
lief organization.
---------RE-ELECT---------
J. TOM
WATSON
Attorney General
Guarantee Our Fighting Sons and Daughter*
the Right to Work *
Let's preserve Organized Labor through Collective Bargaininir
rather than through the closed shop, and let's give our people
including our returning fighting men and women, the right to
work and earn a living without paying big initiation fees for jobs
SCHWARTZ CLAIMS TO
QUALIFY ASM- OF P.
"I have announced my candi-
dacy as Justice of the Peace be-
cause I feel that I am qualified
bv education, training and expe-
rience to properly administer this
Office,-' George Schwartz, attor-
,uv. said. "I have practiced law
in Dade county for the past 12
years maintaining an office on
the Beach in addition to the law
office I have maintained in Mi-
ami, up until the time I entered
the service of our country- I re-
cently received an honorable dis-
charge from the army, resuming
my law practice on the Beach. I
am a member of the American
Legion, Miami Beach Post 85,
and also a member of the Jewish
War Veterans Post 174. where I
was recently elected adjutant
and service officer. I am a mem-
bei of thc/YM and YWHA. Zion-
ist Organization, and prior to my
entrance into the armed forces
1 w Is a member of the Miami
Beach Elks and was elected pre-
cinct committeeman for three
terms. Any efforts extended in
my behalf will be deeply appre-
ciated.'' he stated.
LEGAL NOTICE?
NOTICE IS HKIU^rrvTi^-
the Unden.lKSed.....M L'',VnEN "t
In biiHlness under the f rii. *"*!*
of JAYMOR lHU-.i V\ i,vU"a
Miami, Florida. Intend i, Y c hhI.I name with th,- |,ri WS* <*
cult rourt of Dad.- twV* '' NAT LWrT?*
MAX R. SILVER* "'""^ '^ITt
Attorney for Annllcanl
4/14-21-285/S-12 "
notick jw ^REBYaivSrr-
the underHlK.1,.1, desiring to2*<
In buslnew. under In. fl-inff fn
ol SOUTHERN LACOi'ersI'V*
; IN<;s CO, .a M7 N .- C Miami, Florida. I,,.. ',, % '< An,
.said nan.- with il (>'"*/U
Circuit Court ..f Dade rwt ">
LEONARD n t JffiSJfc
IRA Levy EE"!'
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Applicant!
, 4/14-11-trS/S-ll
IN THK I'lirXTY
IN AND Ft.lt
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 14.167
IN Re: ESTATE op \Unv 1 ..
LER, ALSO KNOWN A8 MS
1.AWI.0K Md MARY v laWlbF
_ NOTICE TO CREDITORS**1
To All Creditor* ...ui Ail 1?
Having Clalnu or 1 .';., \"T
Sal.I Instate: **'
You. and each of v..ii ar, v.,.
notified and required to bJJLmS
I cUlrns and demand. W5TM
either of you. maj have Kg-,,,?
estate of Mary LaWle :iK.X,,'*
Mary I.awlo, alll Man! ^"J""
iyjZP* com
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.AM Tl d-.-a.ed lat.- mi 1: .,x (-UMy I*
VHIl I UW Y.k. to the Hon. w (.,..,'
County Judge of Dad. C.
_ a^aw .^aw f e the name 1>. ."'".' *
SLEEP?
file the Hiime In hm .tfi.-('"iA *Z
1 punty Courthouse in Dade nLS
Florida within eight ,1-ndar mo^
from the date of the flr puMi-ii
h.-,,..,f. *M claim. tlSSSH
.-oniaii. the legal add -.., ,hef,JB*.
ant and to be iWOI |. ind inZ
<* aforesaid, oi nam. will be t*mi
Bee Section ISO of th. IMI i-SJJj
Dan- April T. A I' ;|
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A. Lawler !>-.-.-., .
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Anc
Admlnletrator r \
4'14-2I-2s :, .
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Notice is hereb) given that tb a>
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IIKKSHKYS AUTO SKRVICE 2M
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new. undei t he 11
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+Jewish norMten
PAGE SEVEN
It LOCAL BOYS
laOSEHB
.,-a- greetings to all of his
PTand Acquaintances were
{riendsi ana ^ week from
S Freeman, who is now
shw^!h.T of hc armed forc?s-
Ser Miamian. he spent the
folSS in North^fnca.
Kitl-Army's latest award
MaiVrvmen. the Combat In-
SLSSSn?Badge. The new med-
BBR rifle on a blue field
h i saver border, imposed on
iuntic.1 silver wreath. Son
?Ch Krinbcrg. 1345 N. W
FfS St. he has been stationed
F .ho Fiji Islands, Guadalcanal
*h the Russell Islands and is a
vetran of the New Georgia cam-
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PARADE!
Petty Officer 2-c Lewis Stein,
now stationed at the Naval Base
in Jacksonville, is spending his
furlough with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. S. Stein, 1511 N. W. 8th
street.
One Day Brings Distinction
and Deathto Refugee Hero
,, William Kats. 22, of Jack-
Jilte Fla. Pilot of a Flying
?" assaulting Nazi targets,
Sthc A.r Medal and three
tok Leal Clusters. He has taken
part in the Inmbing of Hamburg
and Schweinfurt.
Latest Miamian to receive pro-
mote .n the Army is Stanley
Louis Stern of the Air Corps, who
the War Department announced,
has been advanced from first
lieutenant to eaptain.
Lt Irving Rubin, son of Mr. and
llfa.Isadori Rubin, 4411 Sheridan
lave, Miami Beach, was a member
of a class of aviation cadets re-
cently graduated from the AAF
pilot school (advanced twin-en-
gine) at George Field, 111. He is
a former University of Florida
student.
Ma. Louis B. Magid. jr., from
Camp Mackoll, N. C, is visiting
his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry I. Magid of Miami Beach.
Mr. Magid has two sons in the
air forces, Lt. Mitchell Magid.
now stationed at Patterson Field,
Ohio, and Air Cadet Malcolm J.
Magid who expects to graduate
the latter part of May as a pilot
at Ellington Field, Texas.
Col. William Willis Magid, in
the Marines, now located in the
Philippine Islands, is a nephew
of Mr. Magid and Lt. Milton Pais-
ner, located in Washington. D. C,
is also a nephew of Mr. Magid.
Gerald Ghertner. Mr. Magid's
son-in-law, is a cadet instructor
at Ft. McClellan, Ala. Mrs. Ger-
ald Ghertner and her son, Andy,
are spending the winter here
with her parents.
Staff Sgt. Abraham Abramo-
witz, 21, of the Bronx, member of
a bomber crew operating over
Nazi Europe, wears the Disting-
uished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal and four Oak Leaf Clus-
ters.
Lt. Leon Feldman, 25, of New
Orleans, La., has been decorated
with the Distinguished Flying
Cross, the Air Medal and three
Oak. Leaf Clusters. Bombardier
on a Flying Fortress, Lieutenant
Feldman has participated in raids
over France, Holland, Norway,
Belgium, Poland, and Germany.
DNALLTHEFRONTS
T/Sgt. Gerald Miller, 22, of Bal-
timore, recipient of the Air Medal
atid three Oak Leaf Clusters, is
credited with 300 hours of anti-
submarine patrol flights in the
Atlantic area. Sergeant Miller is
a radioman and gunner.
TVSgt. Irving A. Novick. 24. of
Aurora, 111., serving aboard a Lib-
erator as radioman and gunner in
the Southwest Pacific, wears the
Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster.
Sergeant Novick has taken part
in assaults on the Gilberts, Tara-
wa, Nauru, Ocean Island and El-
lice Island.
T/Sgt. Robert Hutner of Dallas,
Tex., holds a Citation for mer-
itorous action against the Japen-
ese forces on Attu.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT BOTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERO
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SEUG. VIce-Chalrman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, 8*0.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman,
Mauiyce Grossman, Loula Heiman,
Of. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry
Kwn, Harry Markowrtz. Alex-
iMtr F. M^Jer. at Roth, Fred
Shocfctt. Milton Strkin, Joseph
Sinn, Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl
Wrinkle. George Wo.pert, Harry
Zuktrnick.
Lt Darry A. Davis, USNR. son
of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis, of
365 N. W. 59th St.. is visiting in
Miami with Mrs. Davis on a four-
day leave. Lieutenant Davis has
been on active duty as gunnery
officer of a naval armed guard
unit aboard a Liberty ship. Be-
fore entering the navy, Lieuten-
ant Davis was a member of the
law firm of Meyer, Davis and
Weiss, with offices at 401 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach.
Lt. Hyman Adler. 24, of Hazel-
ton, Pa., has been decorated with
the Air Medal and Oak Leaf Clus-
ter. Serving on a Flying Fort-
ress in the European area. Lt.
Adler has been missing in action
several months.
Lt. Robert Cohen. 23, of Flush-
ing, N. Y., who engaged in long-
range anti-submarine fligPits in
the Caribbean area, holds the Air
Medal.
Pvt. Sidney D. Epstein, 21, of
Stamford. Conn., has received a
Commendation for "voluntarily
assisting in the removal under
extremely hazardous conditions of
two fatally injured cadets from
a wrecked plane."
""THE first thing Julius Katz saw
; In bis morning newspaper, on
day last week, was a picture of his
younger brother. Corporal Wernei
Katz. This 24-year-old refugee youth
was the first American soldier to
kill a Jap In the Burma campaign.
A. few hours later Julius received
a telegram from the War Depart-
ment: Werner had been killed In
action on the same day on which
he bad killed the Jap.
| Fleeing Nazi persecution, the
Katz brothers reached the United
I States in 1938. Werner was helped
in his search for a job by the
{National Refugee Service. The
brothers also turned to NRS, whose
work is financed by the United
Jewish Appeal, In their efforts to
arrange for the migration of their
mother, still In Europe.
Corporal Katz volunteered for
the Army before Pearl Harbor, and
fought on Guadalcanal (where
photo was taken) and New Georgia
His great love for America was the
principal theme of his letters home.
That Uncle Sam, he can drive
a hard bargain. Take Irving Gold.
He was a civilian instructor in
the Army Air Forces clerical
school at Fort Logan, Colo. He
was getting S216 a month for the
work, until Uncle Sam came
around, and inducted and "pro-
cessed" Mr. Gold at the Fort Lo-
gan center, and assigned him back
to the same school at his old job.
There is only one difference
the pay is now $50 a month in-
stead of $216.
Lt. John J. Kapstein. 25, of
Providence, R. I., is the recipient
of an Air Medal and Oak Leaf
Cluster. A Marauder pilot. Lieu-
tenant Kapstein participated in
sorties against the Nazis.
Lt. Leonard S. Odess. 23. of
West Hartford, Conn., has been
decorated with the Silver Star for
gallantry in combat during the
Sicilian campaign.
T/Sgt. Benjamin Radensky. 22,
of Sacramento, Cal., now missing
in action, had been awarded the
Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster,
for "courage and skill" in combat
over Europe.
Sgt. Maurice Londer, 24, of
Minneapolis, Minn., previously
recorded in the Honor Roll for
his receipt of a Silver Star, now
holds in addition the Distinguish-
ed Flying Cross, the Air Medal,
the Purple Heart, and a Presiden-
tial Group Citation. His tour of
duty was in the South Pacific.
Lt/ Irving H. Sanow, 26, of
Rochester, N. Y., who has com-
pleted 25 bombing missions
against the Nazis, wears the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clus-
ters. On one flight when their
bombs jammed right over the tar-
get area, Lieutenant Sanow crawl-
ed out on the catwalk and re-
leased the missiles by hand.
Commander Louis M. Comen,
46, of North Bergen, N. J., assign-
ed to the Federal Building and
Drydock Company, died of illness
recently. Born in Bridgeport,
Conn., Commander Comen served
as a naval lieuteant in World
War I.
Cpl. Irving Antman. 35, of Chi-
cago, a Marine Corps veteran of
14 years service, has been killed
in action.
S Sgt. Raymond Bergen. 25, of
Brooklyn, one of four brothers in
service, was killed on a bombing
mission. Sergeant Bergen was
based in India.
"We shall soon become an agricultural state. Fritz."
Pvt. Leonard Arthur Kenner,
19, of Providence, R. I., Coast Ar-
tilleryman stationed at a Ports-
mouth, N. H, training camp, was
killed in line of duty. Two uncles
served in the last war.
Capt. Louis Albert, 55, of San
Antonio, Tex., died of a heart at-
tack at Fort Benning, Ga., where
he was stationed with the Quar-
termaster Corps. Thirty-six years
in service, Captain Albert had
served in the Mexican Border
War in 1916 and then again in
the First World War.
PJ ^ve photo was taken on an island in the South Pacific
PM month at services conducted by Jackie Heller, visiting USO
entertainer, in the second row facing front, second from left.
I^orge Burney, Miamian. a member of the Seabees.
J* Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." Army-
J^yComrnittee. c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida
Lt. Julian I. Lebo. 22, of Mem-
phis, Tenn., Army Air Corps pilot
serving in India, holds the Air
Medal.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 28,
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
-by-
MARX FEINBERG
As Dale Cn*. .-aid.say. | between^ B^ffrith JjgJ
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
' area arc as follows.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center Kabbalas Shabby
Seivice at 7:15 p. m. Friday. April
28th. Saturday morning
will be held at 9 o'clock. Rabbi
Lehrman will speak at that time
,1M "TheCurseol Moral ^prosy
Cantor Louis Hayman will chanl
the service. Junior Congregation
at io a. in. Shalos Sudoa at r:io
Franc m^nYo^co;d*iViiy"'in- reive an importanl mi ssage from
vitcd.
p. in.
Beth
,(.(-1*1 (ill niif\'i mi'i .,....--r_-
our nation's capital. Please hs-
no knowledge. So if any of your the equality I minority groups
brothers have anything of partic- should not
ular interest, such as the birth of I pa i attitudi ugm
i <' pound boy. or something disinterest It v
'which might appioach that in each ol i
importance, and I receive notice Justice M
of same. 1 will be very happy afelr hearing
to proclaim the word. In a con:
Last Tuesday evening, the Mi- ion girls on
ami Beach Y was forced to sup- district of B'nai Brit a Mian
ply standing room only to the girl, S Schwartz, woi
brothers for the first Hiliel spon- thi first pi i trip to
sored program. The entertain-' Chicago to rsl B'na
ment was excellent and shows)B'rith girls
that the membership needed and | Scrwart:
appreciated more cultural activi- B'nai B'rith
or of fu i nnn
our
youth, which
uirc- citizi nrj
re l itioi Let
i nci urage these boj rid a i
:
ther Miami
ioks like his mentioi Ro-
setta Klein and Edith Cohen It
ild. therefon to
that maybe our youth an
assuming the reins of leadership
prematurely. (As i of fact
the little fellow is a spittin' im-
age of his old man.) i
ties in the organization The mu-
sical and dramatic numbers
snowed thorough coaching and
pri paration and everyone i
ent enthusiastically r< i eivi d ea< h
: irmance. These type of pro-
grams should l" encouraged in
the future (Incidentally, tluy
say that the
lather.)
On May 7th at 3:00 p. m. the
al installation of the Brmv-
ard Countv B'nai B'rith Lodge
Will be held at the Seldon Hotel
at Hollywood Beach. The Miami
Lodtic has ''ecu delegated to
formally install this lodge and)
a large delegation is planning to BEACH Y HAS ANNUAL
11 """""^ELECTION OF OFFICERS
A motorcade is being organized
and all brothers are being urged
to arrange to attend this instal-
lation bv calling Milton Fried-
man at 3-4728 or the B'nai B'rith
office and indicate your ability
to attend. You will receive your
instructions as to transportation
neighboring Lodge be impressed J'.^,'',"Y T"< "****
with our since the futura'w,tn Martha Susskind as assist-
At the first meeting of the)
board of directors of the Miami
Beach "Y" following their elec-l
tion, the election of new officers
for the coming year took place.;
Harry Zukernick was re-electedI
chairman. Nat H. Hankoff was
I ant secretary.
will command close cooperation
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David: Friday evening
., rvice at 7:15. Saturday morn-
ing regular servici al 30 Jun-
ior Congregation i0:30 a m ai
this time Rabbi Max Shapiro will
, xpound the portion ol the aw
Beth Jacob: Friday evening
ice at 7. Saturday morning
.. n ices at 7 and 9. Rabl i Mos<
Mescheloff's sermon on Sato
ning will b( St Birth.
Cantor Maui ii i Mamches will
Shal S
ai 7:15 p. m Minnionain ser-
vice and communal br< akfast
Sunday morning at 9:30.
Ti mple Israi Ral I i Jacob
Tarsnish's sc rmon on Friday i vi
v. ill be "What is the Diff< I
i :.>, Bi twei n "i thodox and Re
Judaism?" Reception will |
ervici
s, I larei Zedek: K a b b a
. rvice at 7:15 p. m. Fn-
laj S nioi Sai bath morning
5I pvii i in- AH
: i. mu I roral students
friei an i specially
invited to attend Sabbath morn-
< s .'. hich l egin at 10:3u.
After the Junior speaker, Kabbi
Simon Aprils sermon will be
S| ritual Leprosy." Junior ser-
vici will close with the singing j
of Ahnmi Zmirous, At 6 p. m,
n April conducts a
ission on the Ethics of the
Fathers, followed by Shalos
S'udos and afternoon and eve-
ning services. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Talmud Torah classes [
are in session daily under the
supervision of Rabbi Simon April.!
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con- j
gregation: Services are scheduled '
for Friday at 7:15 p. m. and Sat-1
urday at 9 a. ni. and 7:15 p. m. j
Daily services at 8:30 a. in. and I
7:25 p. m.
Beth Sholom Center: Services
are scheduled for Friday evening
at 8:15. Guest speaker will be
Rev Joseph Barth of the First
Unitarian Church of Miami. He
will speak on "Force for Peace e." i
Cantor Abraham Friedman will I
chant the liturgical portion of the
service and lead the congrega-
tional sinning. Mrs A. Frankel
Will be hostess at the social after!
the service. Sabbath morning
services will start at 9:30. Cantor
Friedman will officiate. Kiddush
will be said after the services.
OBITUARIES___
DAVID SOLOMAN
David B. Soloman. 68. of 1828
S W 93rd Terrace, died suddenly
Tuesday afternoon while visiting
friends on Miami Beach. He came
t Miami from Philadelphia two
and a half years ago to make his
home h.re. The late Mr. Solo-
,,, v. as a diamond broker He.
was a member Of Temple Israel.
Miami, a liff member of the
Philadelphia Lodge of Elks No.
2 and a member of the William
U Schneider Masonic Lodge of
Pennsylvania Graveside Ma-
sonic services will be given by
Biscayne Bay Lodge 124 F &
A. M. Interment will take place
in the family plot at Mt. Nebo
cemetery. He is survived by
tour sons: Lewis of Miami: Mor-
ris of Philadelphia; Kmanuel of
Atlantic City; and Charles of
Detroit. Funeral services will
take place at the Palmer Funeral
Chapel Friday at 2:30 p. m.
Rabbi Jacob Tarshish of Temple
1 rael will officiate.
HEBREW CALENDaT
Roth Hodeih Sivan Tu.. "
Shabuot "I '*"* 1
OSCAR WEINER
The body of Oscar Weiner. 59
of 2922 Flamingo Drive. Miami
Beach, who died Tuesday at his
home, will be sent to Chicago
for services and burial, by Riv-
erside Memorial chapel. A resi-
dent for eight years, coming here
from Chicago, he is survived by
lour brothers and three sisters.
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'JeniM fkxIdllan
PAGE NINE
-tidbits from evhrywherb-
MAirtfy Confidential
__________________By PHINEAS J. BIRON----------------------------
INTERALLIED RELATIONS ....
Plans are taking shape for the sending of an American
Tewish delegation to the Soviet Union, under the auspices of
he American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scien-
tists. Tne delegation, we're told, will include a prominent
Zionist leader The first American entertainer to put on a
show for Marshal Tito's Yugoslavian guerrilla troops was John
Garfield, who has just returned from his jaunt overseas. .
May 5th is the publication date for "My Lives in Russia" by
Markusha Fischer, wife of Louis Fischer ... She picked that
date because both her sons (no, they aren't twins; will celebrate
their birthdays then. Hugo Weisgal, son of Baltimore's
cantor Abba Weisgal, is helping cement American-British re-
lations. Stationed in England with the American Army, he
has on several occasions conducted the London Symphony
Orchestra in Albert Hall, and is making a great hit over there.
.In fact, Dr. Chaim Weizman, after attending one of his
concerts, got in touch with him to congratulate him and to in-
vite him to conduct the Palestine Symphony Orchestra in some
concerts after the war is over. .
OVER HERE-------
We hope you didn,'t miss Frank Gervasi's recent article,
in Collier's, on the Jews as fighters in this war Which re-
minds us to tell you that a correspondent reports that at the
Shriner's convention at Kansas City last month there was a
big parade, with decorated cars and all- and one of the cars
featured a banner proclaiming: "Onward, Christian soldiers!
Jews make uniforms." Boston's Police Commissioner Thomas
F. Sullivan, who last week admitted that the present anti-
Semitic campaign in Boston is "an organized attack," is trying
to withdraw his statement. What pressure is changing
his mind for him, we wonder? ....
PALESTINE NOTES ....
Washington political salons are these days entertaining
Col. Vincent Sheean, author of "Personal History," etc., now
here on leave from Italy. Sheean, who a few years ago
spoke cf the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem as a fine and wise hu-
manitarian, still is very pro-Arab. ... He does his best, we
hear, to convert pro-Zionist Senators and Congressmen to the
anti-Zionist viewpoint. The Mufti himself, you'll be glad
to hear, has been forced by Allied bombers to move from Ber-
lin to Saxony. And he has just issued an appeal to the
Moslem world to hold prayer meetings for seven days to ask
lor the success of Adolf Hitler's forces. Es Werd garnit helfen.
. Must reading on the Palestine guestion is Emanuel Neu-
mann's "Zionism and the Arab World," which is the text of
Neumann's testimony before the Foreign Affairs Committee of
the House of Representatives Have you seen the fascinat-
ing little booklet put out by the Chain Weizmann Research
Foundation in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Daniel
SMI Research Institute at Rehovoth, Palestine? Don't miss
it ii you want to be up-to-date on the important discoveries
Jewish scientists have been making there, with particular em-
phasis on vital war materials of which the Allies had been
suffering a shortage. .

FOR LIBERTY_____
There's a new Liberty Ship named ihe Harry L. Gluckman,
after the late executive director of the Jewish Welfare Board,
who died six years ago. The vessel, built at Savannah, Ga.,
was launched the other day, with Mrs. Glucksman doing the
honors. Another Liberty Ship, to go down the ways later in
the spring, will be named after the late Michael Edelstein,
the Congressman who died of a heart attack after delivering
a fiery aefense of the Jews in reply to a defamatory oration by
Representative Rankin. Sergeant Barney Ross, who has just
received his medical discharge from the Marines, is planning
to raise funds for a parish church for Father Frederick Gehr-
ing, the heroic chaplain of the Guadalcanal campaign. ... If
and when Barney's life is filmed, by the way, the role of the
prize-ring and Marine fighter will probably go to John Gar-
field. Have you seen the new William Wyler film? No,
we don't mean another Holywood product, but Major Wy-
ler's "Memphis Belle." which he did for the U. S. Air Force,
in which he is serving. .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Ironic twist: The lady who set up the Anisfield literary
prize won by Maurice Samuel for his "World oi Sholem Alei-1
chem" is, we understand, a supporter of the Council for Juda-,
ism, which is anything but Zionistic or pro-Yiddishist. .Sam-1
uel was so flabbergasted when he received, horn the Saturday j
Review of Literature, the letter informing him of the award and'
enclosing a check for SI,500 that he wrote to the editor of
he Review: "Thanks for your letter and your checkbut I still
don't believe it. ." Eddie Cantor is going to be on the re-
ceiving end of some entertainment for a change early next
month, when he'll be given a dinner at which he'll be honored
for having raised about S100.000.OOO for charity in 35 years as
an entertainer. Miss Ruth Karff, formerly of Palestine, is
on the way to winning once more the United States women's
chess championship.
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Your Present Constable of
DISTRICT No. 5
Sunny Isle Golden Beach
Miami Beach Suriside
Taid Political Adv.
REMEMBER!
Your Vote Will Be OK Ay
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WITH
Able
KENNETH
OKA
AS
Justice of
the Peace
MAY 2. 1944

Honest Experienced
Paid Political Adv.
DON'T SABOTAGE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Every Democrat should vote for eight candidates to the Democratic 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 groupand 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. ____________
MARSHALL McGINTY
\8Btt *** Civic Laadar-for
CNSTABLE
'0| Aav by PVI.nd.)
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



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RE-NOMINATE AND RE-ELECT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT


PAGE TEN
?Jen 1stHer Mian
WDAY. APRIL 28,
FROM ALL FLORIDA
FROM NORTH FLORIDA A
Jr
FROM WEST FLORIDA! W^&S FROM BAST FLORIDA!
FROM SOUTH FLORIDA!
THE WORD FROM
THE PEOPLE IS
GRAHAM
WILL
BE
GOVERNOR
Because
The People Know That
THE WORD FROM
THE PEOPLE IS
GRAHAM
WILL
BE
GOVERNOR
Because
The People Know Thai
GRAHAM IS A BUILDER!
AS GOVERNOR GRAHAM WILL BUILD:


A BETTER CITIZENSHIP through his Public Education,
Public Health, Child Welfare, and Old Age Assistance Pro-
grams.
GREATER INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS with his Plan
for New and Better Public Roads, Parks, and Public Buildings.
A SOUND STABLE FINANCIAL STRUCTURE with
Ample Funds without New or Increased Taxes, resulting
from his Over-All Development Program.
A MORE PRODUCTIVE AGRICULTURE with his Crop
and Livestock Production and Marketing Plan.
MORE INDUSTRY AND LABOR through Conversion of
Present War Industries and Development of New Industries.
GREATER TOURIST TRADE FOR ALL FLORIDA with
his Program for Advertising and Promotion of Intra-State as
well as Inter-State Travel.
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For the Boys and Girls Who Will Come Home After Victory -
for Florida's Future
FLORIDA NEEDS A BUILDER
SUCH A MAN BY TRAINING-BY HIS PROVEN EXPERIENCE AS A PRO
CRESSIVE AND SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN AND STATE SENATORIS
ERNEST R. GRAHAM
PA* POLITICAL SSa!^SSS^^^^S "^ H'M
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PPTHAY. APRg- 1944
miDSON IS CANDIDATE
IJJdistrictnumber 1
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buSHc^ndistrict 1.
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Vote For and Support
FARLOW
STATE LEGISLATURE
Subject to Democratic Primary
1'olitfc.il All I'aIII for by Krlends
IN EVERY CAMPAIGN
from
EVERY PLATFORM
I. M. Lee Declared:
Til exhaust every remedy at
law to collect the vast sums
oi evaded delinquent taxes."
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PAGE ELEVEN
HE GOT THE MONEY
$10,000,000
Delinquent. Disputed and
Litigated Taxes
TO REDUCE
YOUR TAXES
And the cost including law-
yer's fees, averaged less
than 6%
Jhe lowest collection cost in
hlory for delinquent taxes.
Could it be that this policy
nd these collections caused
opposition to develop
3inst him at tha last min-
u,e? He has been unable
,0 trace it to any other
source.
Georgia 10 years ago, and has
been associated with Jack Davis
Motors at 1016 W. Flagler St. He
was educated at Riverside Mili-
tary, Gainesville, Ga., and Mercer
university, Macon, Ga. He is a
member of the Methodist church
and belongs to Moose lodge. He
is married and has two children.
Prior to his present business
affiliation Hudson was sales man-
ager for Luby Chevrolet and
Southland Motors, with which
firms he began his business ac-
tivities upon arrival in Miami 10
years ago. "I place myself on
record that if elected constable
of District 1, that 1 will make it
my business to arrest the owner
of any place that serves or allows
to be served, any beer, wine, etc.,
to any minor," Hudson stated.
Your county juvenile department
is under-manned and if elected
I will make myself another as-
sistant to that department in this
work. I have children of my
own and I sure don't want them
raised under these conditions. If
these conditions are unknown to
you, just consult public records
of the juvenile court about it."
R. R. COMMISSIONER IS
SEEKING RE-ELECTION
W B. "Babe" Douglass, member
of the Florida Railroad Commis-
sion and formerly a popular sher-
iff and law enforcement officer
in Columbia county, is seeking
reelection as Railroad Commis-
sioner in the Democratic primary
next May. In his announcement
Mr. Douglass stated:
"I am indeed grateful to my
many friends in all sections of
the State for the unusually large
vote given me in previous elec-
tions. In seeking re-election as
a member of the commission I
wish to reiterate previous state-
ments that if I am re-elected I
will continue 'to administer the
law fairly and impartially to
everyone appearing belore our
board.
Only recently, these friends
point out. Douglas was instru-
mental in obtaining a reduction
in long distance toll rates which
effected a saving to the people
of approximately $266,600 a year,
also in having the time in which
reduced night rates apply on long
distance calls in Florida extended
one hour. This brings an esti-
mated saving of $185,000 per an-
num to the people.
During the present war emer-
gency matters vitally affecting
the war effort come before our
commission daily. I feel that the
experience I have gained as a
member of the commission will
enable me to solve these prob-
lems in such a manner that the
solution will be of the greatest
benefit to the people and the
war effort.
JELLY MANUFACTURER
PLANS 7-STORY EDIFICE
Henry Cotbs, world known
manufacturer of jams, jellies and
citrus concentrates, orange-grape-
fruit grower and shipper, plans
a seven-story building at the
northeast corner of Lincoln road
and Washington ave., having
leased the site for $1,450,000 for
97 years.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
HOUSEHOLDER ASKING
FOR GOVERNOR'S JOB
Sanford.Pledging himself to
the service of the people and full
and unreserved adherence to the
laws as enacted by the people
through their chosen representa-
tives, without trying to run
everybody else's business. State
Senator Ernest F. Householder,
for thirty-six years a resident of
Seminole county, announced his
candidacy for Attorney General
of the State. A native of Polk
county. Senator Householder
graduated from the University of
Florida and began the practice
of law'in Sanford in 1913.
He has served the people of
his home county as county judge,
prosecuting attorney, city com-
missioner, mayor, representative
and senator in the legislature,
and attorney for the county
board.
You owe it to yourself to go
to the polls Tuesday and vote.
Vote as your conscience dictates
but vote.
J *is record of service meets
W QpProval and if you want
continued Tax-Law Enforcement
vOTE FOR
J. M. LEE
F State Comptroller
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>AY. APRIL 28,
OKELL WOULD PROVIDE | Juvenile who needs only ^ ajjjj
FOR STATE'S JUVENILES and treatment under the hands of
. --------: skilled child experts could be
Legislation providing for es- < he\a here in the local clearing
tablishment of branch clearing house and discharged at the end
houses throughout the state to Qf a short period."
which juvenile delinquents and
mental cases subject to rehabili-
tation could be sent, was advo-
cated by George S. Okell, candi-
date for the state legislature in
group 1.
Pointing out that the mentally
ill are now often held in county
jails while waiting for openings
at the overcrowded state hospital
in Chattahoochee. Okell said the
clearing houses would serve three
purposes:
1Place the burden of expense
of caring for the mentally insane
but not committed to Chattahoo-
chee on the state instead of the
counties.
2Provide a more humane ar-
rangement, make easier visits
from relatives, eliminate holding
patients waiting to get into Chat-
tahoochee in jail like felons.
3
TERRY ASKS FOR POST
HELD FOR SEVEN YEARS
After serving as a member of
the Board of Public Instruction
for seven eventful years of re-
markable and unequalled prog-
ress. I now seek your approval
of my candidacy for renomina-
tion to that same board. 1 ask
for your vote and active sup-
port, R. P. Terry stated in seek-
ing re-election to that post.
It is my belief that Dade coun-
ty is entitled to the very best in
schools and that we can and will
have a school system second to
none in the entire country. We
are admittedly far ahead of the
remainder of Florida and equal
. to the best In the southern states.
The immediate medical and j I pledge my best efforts to the
may
that
use our public school system for
personal political aims; these will
never support me.
Though I have heard of no per-
sonal attacks nor of any upon my
public record, it is necessary to
be on guard at all times. Those
who know me will be ready to
defend me and I ask all others
to call me as to any question the.v
desire answered concerning my
personal or official life.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
For Attorney
psyhciatric attention available to end that our community
mental patients at such clearing have the kind of schools
houses would make possible their lour citizens want,
cure and return to civilian life m Our public school system is the
much less time than under the cradle of democracy and there
present system. | our children must' be taught
it we had the same type of respect for law and love of our
Clearing houses for the juvenile country; that he who will not de-
delinquents as I have outlined for
the insane." Okell said, "with one
fend his country is not worthy of
liberty There are some who do
ere in Dade county, many a I not believe this, some who would
EVERYONE LOVES A WINNER
Reliable
Responsible
RASMUSSEN
State-
Legislature
GROUP ONE
INVITES YOUR SUPPORT
MAY 2, 1944
(raid Polll eal !
Ernest F. Housholder
ACTING PRESIDENT
FLORIDA STATE
SENATE
A native of Polk County
Florida, son of the late Rev. A. E.
Housholder and Emma Fergu-
son Housholder. Graduated in
law from University of Florida
in 1913. Admitted to practice
by Supreme Court same year.
A resident of Sanford, Florida,
since 1908.
Has had the following public
career in Seminole County:
County Judge 8 years; County
Prosecuting Attorney 2 years;
City Commissioner and Mayor
of Sanford 2 years; Member of
House of Representatives 1
term; Attorney for Board of
County Commissioners 11 years;
Member of State Senate (37th
DistrictSeminole and Brevard
Counties) 1 term, 2 sessions,
1941-43; at present Acting Pres-
ident of Florida State Senate;
President of Seminole County
Bar Association 12 years.
Rated A-V (the highest rat-
ing) in Martindale-Hubbcll Law
Directory, the leading law di-
rectory of the English speaking
world.
YOUR SUPPORT WILL
BE APPRECIATED
(Political Adv. paid (or by friends)
For SheriffMeet
R. B. CHASTAIN
BECAUSE:
He believes in complete woman suffrage.
He will appoint women deputies to handle juve-
nile delinquency and women's problems.
He will enforce all laW3 fearlessly and diligently.
He is honest and sincere.
There will be no favoritism.
Eleven years as constable qualify him excel-
lently for position as sheriff because duties are
similar.
He is the only candidate for sheriff ELECTED to
to a public law enforcement position.
R. B. Chastain desires to serve Dade county
lawfully and well. As sheriff there will be justice
and equal consideration for all peop]e
He respectfully solicits your support and vote on May 2
A vote for R. B. Chastain for sheriff is a vote for good government
Vote for R. B. Chastain and help him maintain our fine and desirable county
Qualified by Experience
PULL DOWN LEVER 14A
(Paid Political Adv.)
ELECT
Charles Dillon
Your Constable
DISTRICT NO. 1
Resident Dade County for 40
years. Four years exper-
ience as constable. Your
vote and support will be ap-
preciated by smiling Charlie.
(Paid ].!. Ailv )
GOVERNOR
MILLARD
CALDWELL
Painu W.r V.t.r.,
Lawyer Tested SUttsaus
Florid* Can Be Confident
With Ca/dwe//
Ptllllnl A* rIJ In b> r>M*k rf
HI1U* CaM>rll
'ELECT
PERRY
BITTEL
your
JUSTICE or
PEACE
MIAMI BEACH
(Levtr 1IA)
Attorney for j;
ynrs
- Honut
Rellabla
(Paid Pol Adv.)
LET'S BEAT OPPENBORN-
IN OFFICE 18 YEARS
Elect
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 Seren Yean
Precincts 1 to 2333 to 41-
44 to 55 and 85
Office 1611 N. W. 36th Street
Res. 1338 N. W. 34th Street
(Paid Pol Ad* )
There Is No Substitute for Experience
Vote For and Re-Elect
PAT CANNON
To CONGRESS
100% Behind the War Effort
PULL LEVER 4-A
(Paid Political AdT.)


LmiY. AHUL 28, H
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PAGE THXHTEEN
rnAHAM IS CONFIDENT
I ^PRIMARY RESULTS
H'^mest R Graham, candi-
Sen ? governor, was heading
ia,e No th and West Florida for
final northern swing of his
i,on which will carry him
ammP PensSla to Jacksonville
Vrl r he will address a statewide
tiff SdTencc Saturday night,
rnH be back in his home county
a? nVdc for another statewide
K Ik on the eve of election.
1 Two major factors are respons-
ible for the farmer business
min's optimism. First is the
l?S 185 registration in his home
untyof Dade, the highest pn-
Irnarv registration on record, and
IS which his political observers
II Graham will get at least 70
l.r cent, and second the recep-
l&n his proposals for all-Florida
Iprosperity have met in all sec-
tions of the state, particularly in
Ijacksonv.lle and West Florida,
Ihis friends emphasize.
I "bade political observers esti-
mate that 100,000 votes will put
la candidate in the second pri-
Imary. and Graham, they are con-
fident, is a certainty in view of
line tremendous block of votes
Iwith which he will leave his
Ihome county. They also point
lout that in 1942, a Dade coun-
Itian seeking the congressman-at-
llarge seat polled 87,000 votes and
Ihis campaign was a desultory ef-
fort compared to that of the dy-
namic Graham. That the Dade
senator will poll at least the nec-
lessary 13.000 more votes is a
foregone conclusion, they say.
I "I am confident of being jn
Ithe second primary," said Gra-
Iham. "and I am confident I will
Ibe Florida's next governor, for
Ithe reception my proposals have
Imet in every section of the state.
1 convinces me that Floridians are
determined, as I am, that our
path to permanent prosperity for
all-Florida lies along united co-
operation with every section of
Florida working in the closest
harmony."
INCREASED GRANTS RAISES
STATE'S OLD-AGE PAYROLL
Jacksonville.As Hie result of
increased grants authorized by
the State Welfare Board. Dade
County s old-age assistance pay-
SSf.i01' Apnl a*Rregated $75,-
280.50, or at the rate of $903,366
P2F..X6?*! ,?s compared with
$61,550 for March, State Welfare
Commissioner Leland W Hiatt
announced here today.
The amount was the largest
for a single month since the pay-
ment of public assistance was
begun in 1937.
. .
JOYCE PLEDGES FULL
ENFORCEMENT OF LAW
County Purchasing Agent W.
JJ. Joyce, who is a candidate for
sheriff, declared Saturday that
no man can be put into the sher-
itJ s office by organized gamblers
and racketeers and then have the
slightest chance to be free to
keep his promise to enforce the
"People lose confidence in self-
government," Joyce continued in
a campaign statement, "when the
very officers sworn to uphold the
law are active in protecting its
violations.
A good buy is a United States
War Bond. Buy them often and
back fighting men with fighting
dollars.
FOR A TRUE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
ELECT
GEORGE
SCHWARTZ
JUSTICE OF PEACE
DISTRICT 5
Subject to May Primaries
(Paid Political Adv.)
''
Re-Elect
CLAUDE
PEPPER
teks Second Full Term in the
United States Senate
CLAL'DE PEPPER
n has worked hard to
wrve Florida with credit.
He worked to prepare ua to
Wend ourselves against
the war which he saw was
eominr.
He has made rood by any
<** rule of estimate .
n-*, ta ^ next m
*!L:iU hd> "ri the
*r of the Foreign EeU-
ns Committee.
'Rst ^mblro'the Senate
iL^MMs'ifii,o: m*
ISMn ?lelw
Next Tuesday is Primary Election Day. No matter howVOTE.
ELECT
LEX GREEN
* GOVERNOR *
^Me ^rrai
C^ach ~/rdi
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Congress man-at-Large2 Years


Congressman-2nd District18 Years
County JudgeBradford County4 Years

Member, Speaker pro ternFla House Representatives
1 Chief Clerk^Florida House of Representatives
Assistant Chief ClerkFlorida House of Representatives
I
Messenger^FIorido House of Representatives
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I TeacherVice President, Florida Educational Association
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PAGE FOURTEEN
CALDWELL CONFIDENT
OF VICTORY TUESDAY
Tallahassee.Millard Caldwell
is "finishing strong" as the cam-
paign for governor goes into the
last few days of the first lap.
his headquarters reports.
Caldwell has spent 75 working
days on tour in his tirst primary
campaign. He has delivered 246
public talks or speeches of a po-
litical nature, has addressed 12
groups, organizations or civic
clubs on subjects other than poli-
tics, never referring to his candi-
dacy in any of these, and has
made 16 personal radio talks.
many of them over statewide
hookups.
Totaling the communities vis-
ited in the interest of his candi-
dacy, whether to speak or con-
fer with supporters and otners..
Caldwell has made 291 public ap-
pearances since he started on tour
,n February. He has taken out
no rest period except bunaavs
but he still argues with his head-
quarters if he isn't scheduled for
more than five speeches m a
Monday night from 10:45 to
11 00 o'clock. Caldwell will speak
over the radio from Tampa on
a statewide Mutual network.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.
To Bigotry No Sanction
VOTE FOR
W. D. (Bill) JOYCE
For Sheriff
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ELECT
TROY C. DAVIS
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
(LEGISLATURE)
GROUP TWO
Miami lawyer 20 y. an
an World War I.
Patron of Dade County Schools.
Active in civic and welfare work.
Democratic Primary. May 2. 1944
i bi i.- Co Elrj SI .
JACKSON ANNOUNCES
REPRESENTATIVE IDEAS
H. M. Jackson, candidate for
state representative, group two,
announced his platform to in-
elude: ,,
33 1/3 percent increase(for *u
public school teachers-no ntw
tax needed.
Another state-owned institu-
tion for the feebU and unsound.
A more equal distribution of
our Dade county school mom.
Fair and co-operative attitude
regarding labor unions
As past president merchants
organization and owner of 5 dnu,
stores I am qi.ai.f.od and wifl
protect the business man from
unfair tax burd( ns. .....
A- Dade county derives great-
est financial benefit from its ag-
riculture areas, I shall aid OUT
farmers with theii ever-mcreas-
I ing problems. ..
\s state rperesentative i win
vote to CO-opt rate with Washing-
ton in matching dollars SO that
we may be proud in Florida for
our part in assisting the aged.
Jackson has been active in
Civic affairs and was founder and
past president Merchants Emei
g< my Organization which was
responsible for defeat of the gTOSS
receipt tax ot Florida.
Jerusalem (FNS)-Arieh Ben
Eliezer. a representative of the
American Emergency Committee
save the Jewish people of Eu-
rope, was arrested here last week
during a police raid on revision-
ist institutions.
Elect
U. T.WEBB
FOR
Constable
DISTRICT ONE
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
LEON ELKIN
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Beit Because Biggest
ButBiggest Because Best
raiDAY:APM^||
Your SuP*Ap^^
I pledge Honest. Efficient
Courteous and Full Time
Attention to the duties of
this important office.
KIMBALL
FOR
IUSTICE OF
THE PEACE
5th DISTRICT
Subject to
Democratic Primaries
Endorsed by
Many Prominent Citixsni
PLEASE PULL LEVER 1SB
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Keep on buying War Boruk
^Hl.
TtjGUST BROS RVf
IS the HESTf
FOR
(Paid Pol Adv.)
ELECT
He M.
and Support
J I M
HICKLAND
CANDIDATE FOR
CONSTABLE
Fifth District
(Miami Beach Surfsido
Golden Beach)
QUALIFICATIONS
*20 years law enforcement officer in
Dade county
HONESTCAPABLEEFFICIENT
Resident and Taxpayer of Miami
Beach for 22 years
Pull Down Lever 20-A
Political Adv. Paid for by Friends
U.S. SENATE JACKSON
Millard B.
CONKLIN
"THE DEFENDER OF
AMERICANISM"
Subject to Democratic
Primary
Headquarters
1019 Security Building
(Paid Pol. .Wv )
"FOR ACTION"
YOUR STATE
Representative
Group 2
"ALL DADE COUNTY
VOTERS VOTE FOR
JACKSON"
(Paid Pol. Mv. by Prienda)
JUDGE J. OLLIE
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
(?RKK tyPCMURCH PIE06ES HIS C$\
TWO SONS THEY WILL RETURM '~^' V-^
ROM WAR TO A CHEATER AND
MORE UNITED FLORIDA.
POCTBAII^ CAPTAIN
DUVAL COUNTY
HIGH 1913
Hahiy youth smt
IN ELORIPAS fORBTS
Wb* MTHIR DAVIS
FERNAMDWA 1920
Q^EPRESENTfD
NASSAU COUNTY IN
6TAU LEGISLATURE.
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BttAMt MAYOR Of ,.
ftfpt maOTn mSZEllibS*** &*TEinwos.sT.joi.s.BjRA*ut_
ELECT FRANK D. UPCHURCH GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA"
This advertising ,s being paid for by f,nH. Frank D. Upchurch
CANDIDATE FOR
U. S. Senator
FOR
FREE ENTERPRISE
AND
DEMOCRACY
AGAINST
REGIMENTATION
AND
BUREAUCRACY
VOTE FOB
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prnAY^APRIL 28, 1944
IrHAPPEXL OPPOSED TO
ffioNmCONGRESS
Voting to keep Franklin D.
Roosevelt in the White House and
Km *ame time sendin* Pat
Jannon to congress where, as he
nublicly admitted he opposed
L President 85 per cent ot the
fme' is. >" effect- \.h.e. same as
I ""^ntanly disfranchising one-
W"DanChappcU. candidate for
l*TJ in the Fourth district.
kef red this week in a radio ad-
l^e records will show that I
Las largely instrumental in m-
Soducing and having enacted
ISbSSi as the first Florida
IrrioDled Children's bill, the coun-
I iv unit system which guarantees
I'very child an eight-month free
loublic school education, the
I Homestead Exemption amend-
ment and the pan-mutuel racing
I bill which brought enormous m-
Icome to South Florida and pro-
Ivided the monies from which the
+Jewisi Ik r Hun
PAGE FIFTEEN
state old age pension is still be-
ing paid.
This week Chappell's candida-
cy was endorsed by the Miami
Beach Democratic association,
Hialeah City Council and Civic
club, the Flamingo Democratic
club and the Brotherhood of Lo-
comotive Engineers.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
for Rest
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TUami
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Health Resort
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TO
LEGISLATURE GROUP No. 3
Subject to Democratic Primary
Only Candidate for Legislature
With Law Making Experience
Record of Outstanding Service
Public Schools Old Age Pensions
Demands Fullest Opportunities ior
Returning Service Men
i
i (Paid Political Adv.)
UPCHURCH CITES NEED
FOR SERVICEMEN NOW
Ocala. With disabled and
wounded Florida service men
streaming homeward at the rate
of 1,500 a month, there is an im-
mediate need for aid to veterans
of this war now, as well as in
postwar years, Frank D. Up-
church, candidate for governor,
declared in a campaign speech
here.
"We already had more than
15,000 returned service men from
this war in the state, many of
them with problems requiring
the attention of the Veterans' bu-
reau at Washington. The new in-
flux of veterans of this war has
created an even greater problem
of today rather than tomorrow.
"Consequently," Upchurch said,
"we should furnish added facili-
ties and help, without delay, to
the four state service officers who
are available in Florida now to
help former service men and vet-
erans of this war.
"Unless this is done many of
those who were called away from
their regular employment and
placed in the armed services will
suffer and so will their wives and
children. I propose to do some-
thing about this now rather than
merely talk about it," Upchurch
declared.
"All of us agree that we must
concentrate on winning this war
now, but in the meantime we
cannot neglect those who offered
their services and who, because
of the fortunes of war, have been
returned to us wounded and dis-
abled. We must act without fur-
ther delay to help those who
have come back ahead of the
Peace," Upchurch said.
Keep on buying War Bonds.
/ Endorse Chastain!
This coming Tuesday, May 2, upon the eve of the primary,
when it is the duty of every citizen and American to participate
in exercising the privilege of this great democracy we will go to
the polls and cast our ballots for those we believe to be best
fitted for their respective positions.
I feel it incumbent as a citizen to inform my many friends
and acquaintances of my knowledge of an individual who is
seeking to serve the office of sheriff of Dade County, one of the
major positions to be filled in this campaign. It is the back-
ground and capability of R. B. (REGGIE) CHASTAIN that I want
to call to the attention of you voters of Dade County.
I have known Mr. Chastain for more than 15 years rather
intimately and have had many associations with him all of
which proved him conclusively to be a gentleman of high
calibre and unquestioned integrity as well as of excellent capa-
bility. For the past three years, it has been my privilege
to serve with Mr. Chastain on one of the Selective Service
Boards and this has thrown our association even closer, giving
me the opportunity of watching Mr. Chastain in action. I have
seen him in all of his activities as an individual oi even tem-
per, calm deliberation, clear thought, capable judgment and
logical expression.
He is far-sighted and can forsee future 'planning for
present activities. In all of his organization work and his eleven
years of service as a constable and law enforcement officer,
I have found him ever ready to serve his community and fellow
men in as liberal and as genuine a manifestation as one human
could ask of another.
I heartily recommend and endorse the candidacy of R. B.
(REGGIE) CHASTAIN as sheriff for Dade County on Tuesday,
next. I have no personal interest or connection with Mr. Chas-
tain in any form whatsoever, nor am I seeking, or do I need_ any
privileges that might be derived from the office for which he *
seeking. I strive only to inform my fellow voters of the intimate
knowledge of Mr. Chastain and all that he represets and
stands for. I am fully confident that when we elect "E^^
CHASTAIN as our next sheriff we will have a man that we can
depend upon and whose record will make us proud oi our
selection.
Sincerely,
(Pol. Adv. paid for by Nat Roth)
NAT ROTH.
Elect Chastain Sheriff!
ELECT
W. M. (Newt) Hudson
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT No. 1 OF DADE COUNTY
"THE WORKING MAN'S FRIEND"
(Paid Political Adv.)
ELECT
RICHARD
"CHUBBY"
OELKERS
T O
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP TWO
RICHARD "CHUBBY" OELKERS IS A MERCHANT
NOT A POLITICIAN. HE HAS OWNED AND OPER-
ATED SEVERAL STORES IN THE MIAMI BUSINESS
SECTION FOR THE PAST 14 YEARS. IF ELECTED
OELKERS PROMISES TO RUN THE STATE GOVERN-
MENT AS HE WOULD HIS OWN PERSONAL
BUSmESS.
(Paid Political Adv. by Friends)

VAL C. CLEARY
FOR
County Commissioner

If you vote in Dade County you can vote for Val C. Cleary
(Paid Political Adv. by Friends)

i
(Paid Pol. Adv. by Friends)
RE-ELECT
B. IBRBE)
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 de-
cisions have been based upon
evidence End he will con-
tinue to follow that policy.
Protect your franchiseGo to the polls Tuesday and vote.


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* Jen i / f/cridiaun
GREEN LEADS IN RACE
AS FLORIDA GOVERNOR
Congressman Lex Green is
leading his opponents by a sub-
stantial majority, in the Demo-
cratic primary for Governor, his
office states. This conclusion is
based upon a consensus from
state-wide reports, supported by
BILL SHAYNE
DELEGATE
To Democratic National Convention
STATE-AT-LARGE
I Am All Out For
R OOSEVELT
Subject to Democratic Primary
II'.,id Pol A.l\ >
the enthusiastic reception accord-
ed Lex Green during his visit
in Dade and Monroe counties.
Before a crowd of more than
3,500 men and women in Bay-
front Park, he reiterated his plat-
form to the voters of his native
state, emphasizing old-age pen-
sion of $40.00; increased pay for
teachers, and post-war economy
for Florida all promised imme-
diate attention.
Preceeding his appearance at
the park Congressman Green vis-
ited his Dade County headquar-
ters and shook hands with some
1.500 friends.
Speaking at Key West Friday
night before a capacity crowd of
10.000. Lex Green returned to
Miami Beach Friday, stopped at
Homestead to address a rally
there.
Reviewing the turnouts wit-
nessed at his meetings in Dade
and Monroe Counties, the Con-
gressman stated that to him
Dade ami .Monroe were growing
(5r ener every day.
His campaign manager, Stacy
Rowell, predicts that Lex Green
is assured a record vote in Dade
County which is indicated by
the crowds which assembled to
hear him.
The friends of Lex Green are
holding a rally in his honor al
Triangle Park Friday night. April
28th at 8 p. in. in Hialeah. There
will be music and entertainment.
All candidates are united.
MRS. NAIMAN ASKING
ELECTION AS DELEGATE
Klea E. Naiman, candidate for
delegate to the Democratic Na-
tional Convention, State at Large,
came to Miami in 1910 with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Houghtaiing. and has been a
resident of Florida ever since
She graduated from Central
Grammar School. Miami High
School, and was the first girl to
receive a Business Administra-
tion degree at the University of
Miami.
In September. 1936. a group of
voung women of Florida organ-
ized the Junior Woman s State
Democratic club, and Mrs. Nai-
man. (then Klea Houghtaiing)
w;,s elected President, and is
President al this writing. Tins
club has been very active work-
ing for the welfare of our citi-
zens and govi rnment.
For the past two and a half
years she has been a board mem-
ber "i Harvey s< eds Host oi the
American Legion Auxiliary, and
is now Way* and Means chair-
man She i- a member of Miami
Chaptl r of the Anna Miller Cir-
cle Auxiliary of the Elks; a mem-
port of the voters of Florida in
the coming Democratic Primary.
She is the only candidate in
this group, from Dade County, in
favor of the re-election of Mr.
Roosevelt. _________
TO ALL VOTERS
The Man You Elect Should
Have NO Other Interests!
ELECT
PARK ALAN "BUCK"
GRUNDY
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Miami Beach
HIS ONE PROMISE "I will
D.-vote My Entire Time to This
Office without Favor, Fear or
Prejudice!"
(Paid Pol. Ailv.)
FRIDAY, APRH 28,
CONKLIN SUPPORT
SMALL BUSINESS
Jacksonville. Flnria.- .
pressed taxpayers T$J K
earning, small business "L
the only ones supporting h,s J
paign financially, MillaS 1
Conklin, candidate for thel,nI
States Senate, announced "
I just want the public to km
I am conducting my campai ""l
Florida taxpayers, with FV
voters financial support, and I
depending upon the sound fej
ment of those who go to thi 3
on May 2," Mr. Conk in said*
Despite the fact that on
side of me I have the junior J
tor with millions of tax-extra?
federal funds at his comm
and on the other side a candid,
reportedly supported by R,.Dut
can funds and money subscrih
by men in the higher finani
brackets of life, I know the col
mon people of Florida woil
rather send a man to Washil
ton without strings. Therefore!
have repeatedly refused to alld
anyone to tie obligations to i
political future by extractil
from me certain promises id
in order to be lavishly finana
for a lew weeks.
Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.!
Keep on buying War Bonds.
When You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-W79
Dependable, Conscientious Service
one n.->M i.it i* mi .', .,.,,... ...
organization created to promote
a women's penal institution in
Florida, where they can be
housed away from male prison-
ers and taught useful Hades for
their rehabilitation.
Mrs. Naiman is an ardent
Roosevelt admirer and supporter.
and believes he should be re-
elected in order thai the war may
be brought to a successful conclu-
sion :is soon as possible,
She will appreciate the sup-

To All Voters of Dade County
Vote for and Support
RICHARD
OELKERS
GROUP
2
PRIMARY
MAY 2
State Representative
(Legislature)
Sound Business Methods for
Sound State Government
Pull Lever 12*C
Ad Paid lor by Friend ol Richard (Chubby) Oelkers
Frances 0.
WARRINE
CANDIDATE FOR
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 3
"A BUSINESS WOMAN
AND A MOTHER"
HONEST
UNAFRAID
EFFICIENT
Subject to Democratic
Primaries
LOUIS F. (RED)
SN E DIGAR
(Four Times Mayor oi Miami Beach)
SOLICITS YOUR VOTE
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
5th DISTRICT
COUNTY WIDE VOTE
DEMOCRATIC MAY PRIMARIES
(Paid Political A-iv. by Mends)
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 AdY.


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PAC wnw ^ wwvwwvwwyoo w w^^^ ^ <*<^r*v WWPlP ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES club on various topics of intercsi PROBUS CLUB The Probus Club of Miami will hold a two-day outing Saturday and Sunday, April 29th and 30th. About 25 members of the club will meet at the Atlantic Marine Boat Yard on Saturday at 1 p. m. and will proceed down the bay aboard two cabin cruisers. The outing will be held at the "Riptide Club" south of Cape Florida. A novel fishing tournament has been planned in which each participant will be "timed" and many other forms of entertainment has been planned by the committee in charge. The Probus Club is composed of business and professional men of Greater Miami in which each particular business or profession is represented by one member. Luncheon meetings are held every Tuesday at which time interesting speakers address the Among those slated for making the trip to the keys this weekend are: Messrs. Sam Blank, Benjamin Goldman, Edward Lovitz, Harry Boyell, Henry Kauffman, Alvin Cassell, Maurice Cromer, Dr. Alex Kushner, Louis Hamcl, Dr. Albert E. Roscnthal, William Shayne, George Goldberg. George Wolpert, Joseph M. Lipton, Norman Rothschild. Louis Pallot. Al Quadow. George Adler. Hyland Rifas. Herman Rubin. Morris Rubin. Sam Seitlin. Eugene Weiss, and several others. TEMPLE ISRAEL TOWER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are. 9EEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. and Mat. only Sat. Apr 28-29 Haunted House Hilarity! 'The Ghost That Walks Alone' ARTHUR (Dogwood) LAKE JANE LAWRENCE • • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Apr. 29-May 4 RITA HAYWORTH In the Year's Top Musica Thrill // "COVER GIRL IN TECHNICOLOR WITH GENE KELLY PHIL SILVER JINX FALKENBURG 7 Hit Tunes by Ira Gershwin and Jerome Kern The installation of newly elected officers and trustees <>f Temple Israel Sisterhood will take place at a luncheon meeting to Be held at 1 o'clock Monday. May 1st at the Urmey hotel, Miami. Those elected for the ensuing year ;ire: President, Mrs. Maxwell Hvman; 1st vice-president, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Sam Luby; recording secretary, Mrs. Philip Weinstein: corresponding secretary, Mrs. G. L. Mendelson; assistant corresponding secretary, Mia. Henry Kauffman; treasurer. Mrs. Frank Coret; financial secretary, Mrs. M. B. Ross; auditor, Mrs. Herman Wronker. Mrs. Morris Plant will install the officers. Mrs. J. Frehling. phone 3-0352. and Mrs. Gus Feuer, phone 5-3203. are chairman and co-chairman of the luncheon and will accept reservations. Early n servations are urged. A fine musical program has been arranged. AIS TO PRESENT VERY IMPORTANT J>ROGRAM The Friday Review, sponsored fflfSS Divteton, American Jewish Congress, will f*e*B! of the most important Programs of its series on Friday. Apr. 28. at 1:45 p. m. at the Y. M. II. A. building 1 Lincoln road. Miam Beach Mrs. I. M. Weinstein w,M riiactiBS the general topic, ran Arne^ca and".he Good Neighbor Policy," using four recent Ud j outstanding books for source material "The Other Americans bv Edward Tomlinson is an accurate, up-to-date picture of the people and civilization of each ot the colorful and interesting countries of the American world. In •Mexico Speaks" by Guido Rosa, the ordinary people spean through the pen and camera 01 a warmhearted American Visitor I with a genius for listening. I he full story of Inter-American cooperation, how it was built, and what it means to our future is the theme of "The America.and Tomorrow" by Virginia Prewett. I'Talange" by Allan Chase is a startling but fully documented expose of the Axis secret army in the Amei icas. The review is opt n to the public at a small admission fee, and proceeds are used for the war activities of The American Jewi ish Congress. .. %  JMWV %  *'"* % % % % % % % % % % % %  i | | ,,, SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS Joseph Fink ol New York City will spend a month visiting with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Herman Katrms, 200 N. W. 36th Street. Miss Blanche Borenstein of Chicago is spending several weeks vacation here as the house guest of her cousin. Mrs. Rosalind Friedman. 1037 S. W. 20th Avenue. Mi and Mrs. Mendel Scheinbera have moved to their new home at 400 S. W. !)th Avenue. Mr and Mrs. Sam Blank of DiI.ido Island returned to the city Wi dm.-day by plane after an extended vacation to Colorado 1 Springs, Colo., and Hot Springs. Ark. MIAMI ELECT BEACH HOTEL MEN OFFICERS TUESDAY Directors of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners association elected Tuesday are as follows: Zone 1, Joe Ross, Nat Hankoff. Leo Eisenstein, Jack August, and Mrs. Mathilda Ratal i; zone 2. F. R Humpage, L. Bruno Weil. Harry Sirkin, Tom DuPree, Abraham Halpenn; zone 3. Ken Turchin, Sam Lachman. Paul Rowe, Harry Simberg, and L. West Averv. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St.. Miami ><2a&A&AA££^V.\\V/ > 5^ > ^£.v.'. 'JAAt>l>l^/>LELKEKi Mount Sinai Memorial Park i "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 Chesed Shel Ernes BETH JACOB WOMEN HAVE PARTY AT HOTEL Sisterhood of Beth Jacob congregation scheduled another b< nefit in tion picture and card party held on May 23 at the London Arms Hotel. This was one of a series to raise funds for charitable work and improvements on the Community Bldg.. for which the Sisterhood is receiving congratulations. The Community Building was seen for the first time sinca it has been painted and redecorated by the Sisterhood when a recent meeting was held for the executive board. Mrs. Moses Krieger. president, presided. Beth Jacob synagogue, the oldest Jewish institution in Miami Beach, was built in 1929. Outgrowing its first building, it added another and the first building now serves as a recreation center and Community building. Last year the Sisterhood decorated and furnished the Community building and turned it into a servicemen's center. It became a popular rendezvous for the men with over 100000 registered during a period of 12 months. This year the Sisterhood has repainted and redecorated the building. Members have added another office to the Study of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. The rabbi's study is to be completely refurnished. Officers and board members are: Mrs. Moses Krieger. president; Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs. Anne Berow, Mrs. Lillion Mills. Mrs. Sam Broocks, Mrs. Maurice Mamches, Mrs. B. Kellemcr. Mrs. F. Kelstein, Mrs. Harry Oe m t, Mrs. Joseph Brenner. Mrs. Harry Weiss, Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg, Mrs. Harry Hayes, and Mrs. Mescheloff. Mrs. Sidney Rauzin has returned to the city and is stopping at th i Arlington Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Ethel Kaplan Is a guest at the Triton Hotel where she will vacation for three weeks before returning to her home in New York. BIRTHS Mr. nnd Mrs. Marx Feinberg announce the birth of a son at St. Francis Hospital on Tuesday. ENGAGEMENT The engagement of Misss Barbara Knobel and Lt. Arthur L. Greenwald, USA. is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Knobel. 2900 Sheridan Avenue. Miami Beach. Bias Knobel will go to Phoenix. Ariz.. early in May and the wedding will take place there. Lt. Greenwald, who lived in Chicago before entering the service, recently returned from overs! as duty and is stationed at Luke Field, Ariz. He attended college in Chicago and received his commission last year at the Officer Candidate school in Miami Beach Miss Knobel was graduated from Miami Beach High school. BRITH The brith milah oTft^* Mr. and Mrs. PhUto &L2P 356 N. E. 117th Street took"^ at Victoria Hospital with B%9 S. M. Machtei orlfciaft!? **" WEDDINGS The marriage of KatTiwT formerly of Akron, OhioTi Morris Berkowitz, formed Boston, took place Sunday L 23rd with Rabbi Irving £*&' f H Cia M ing T A "f nd *nt5werTl? and Mrs. J. Miller and LeS side in Miami Beach. UNVEILING The unveiling of the monument to the memory of Samuel Berman who resided at 1918 Liberty Aw nue, Miami Beach, will take elate Sunday, April 30 al 3 p. m atth Jewish section of the Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate. Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer Monument Co., is in charge of arrangements. The unveiling of a monument took olace Wednesday afternoon, dedicated to the memory of Abraham Wolf, son of Mr. and Mrs Max Wolf, 1320 N. W. 63rd Ave Sidney H. Palmer of the Palmer Monument Co.. was in charge o( arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer. 228 N. W. 4th Street, announce the engagement of their daughter Miriam to Louis Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Kaplan. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. The engagement took place on Miss Singer's 19th birthday. The bride-to-be is a graduate of the Miami Senior High school. USNR Kaplan was graduated from the Olney High School in Philadelphia and attended Temple Unij yersity. No date has been set tor the wedding. Mr. Kaplan was a member of the Quaker City Pter No. 485 of the Aleph Zadik Aleph Wba Yon Pay For r 5 WATCH REPAIRS %  Wiry Nit Get the Best HAVI AN ACCURATI TIMEKEEPER Technical tralnlif and yean of •xporienr* only can maka t man a watchmaker. You'll find turh ikllU at Daaslf'a. Get ta* beat — It coiu a* more. • JIWELIY IEPAIRINI DANZIG'S Jewelers 136 HALCVON ARCADE I4SE. Mailer St. 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 Ask Your Local Delicatessen For tiis Best e It Coats No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dolicioiu Corned Bear Plcklod, Cooked and Smokod Moata 87th and Normal Avo. Chleaao JEWISH SOLDIERS WERE THREATENED BY DEATH London. (JTA)—Testimony of Jewish soldiers threatened with death by anti-Semitic officers in the Polish army was made public here by Tom Driberg, Independent member of the House of Commons, as a Polish court-martial in Scotland was trying -i group of Jewish soldiers who left the Polish army because of antiSemitism and came to London to forces a transfer to tno British The testimony quoted a Polish captain. Lupa Mielmic/uk. a nS pressing high regard for Hitler in ront of his soldiers, "because n ,t,0 J. l s murdennR the Jews." He added that "this is not the end Kr V Another officer. Cap? Krokowski. warned a Jewtah St dier under his command that gjjjm will yet come for ft. h l ££?W Nowakowsky Poland before the wa? ."^^,1 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRnVUNATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSrVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. NATHAN GINSBURG'S TRUE FARM FOOD J t RESTAURANT 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH .„„.„. D ietary Laws Observed nmmr SH D E R n MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY a. rffyiQ ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meat* Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From r, r8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY Buy a Rod and Reel AND RELAX For Your HeaKh and Pleasure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 Wet Ave.. M. B. Ph. 5-1923 OPEN EVENINGS RTVERMONT PABK SANITARIUM isat N. W. 7th at. P"••" %  •at ear* far eBrenlo •<*•?£ MM Wt aa4 aMorty *£?~L, SANEL BEER. M. O.. DlrKW' Raaeonafcle PHca* HMLtnK Baatittful Qr>u''**g



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PAGE SIX +JewistnctJdia£!_ I?!E A I 1 APmL 28. ,9M CHASTAIN HAS LARGE POST WAR WAlJNWG SHERIFF FOLLOWING STRESSED B\ OELKER R. B. Chastain. resident of Miami since 1919 and Constable in District 1 of Dade County since January 1st, 1933, has announced his candidacy for sheriff. In bidding for re-election to the office of Constable in 1936 and 1940, Chastain won by overwhelming majorities. "He has won a large following in his present race," Nat Roth, a prominent Miamian and Chastain supporter stated, "and I know he will make Dade County an excellent officer." In making the announcement. Chastain said he believes his varied experiences peculiarly qualoffice of Dade Postwar planning is one of the prime subjects for study by the 1945 legislature. It must take into account those employes who mav be replaced by returning servicemen, and development oi Dade's air and water port facilities must be encouraged to take up the employment slack. Richard Oclker. Jr.. candidate for the house of representatives in group 2. said Saturday. Oelker's views of postwar planning were given in elaboration of points made in an address delivered at a rally held at the Little River school. "We will be derelict if we do not do all we can to encourage ify him for the Countv Sheriff, and he intends to |i]( ,|,. Vt .| opm ,iit of Miami as tin wage a vigorous and independent Krea f es j por t. air and water, in campaign. "It is my hope, he said, "to see as many of the voters of the county as war-time conditions will permit." In 1935 Chastain married Miss Dixie Herlonn. a daughter of Mr. the United States. The aviation progress and potentialities oi Miami and Dade county have been frequently discussed, but Miami has tinfinest possibilities lor dev< lopment of a deep-water and Mrs. J. \V. Herlong. pioneer harbor t() farther our trade with Latin American countries.' south Dade residents, and who was then associate law partner of Peace Justice Thomas S. Ferguson. Mrs. Chastain. University of Miami graduate and postgraduate of Duke University, is now engaged in the active practice of law. They have three children and reside at (ib'7 N. W, 49th Street. COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER STENOGRAPHER Capable. Entire charge. Trial balance, general ledger, correspondence, teletype, etc. Assume responsibility. NO SATURDAY. MRS. RIEGER 821 2nd Street, Miami Beach. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street In his address before the Friday night rally. Oelkers brought to the attention of his audience there would he available for appropriation an annual income of over S6.OOO.000 from the cigarette tax lie proposed SI.500.000 of this appropriation to go to the old .. rl VVallis. Miami Beach ;">-t 3559, adjutant and quartermastei A J. Craig, Miami Beach post 3559, chaplain. TUMOR INSTITUTE FOR DADE COUNTY IS SURE Word has just been received from National Headquarters. o the approval of a tumor institutt a ,he project for Dade County Unit of the Women s Field Army for Cancer Control. The tumor institute was decided on by the executive committee composed ot Drs. Kiclni ci Fleming. John J. Jares. JL£' Wilson. Dade Countv t omdi Mrs. Clyde A Epperson, and Publicity Chairman. Mrs. A. w. Corbett. Jr The proposed institute will have 1 lab for research studies. | an examining room open to the public where cancer i-xaminations can be had, and a loo-bed hospital for observation and treatment of cancer patients. In this way. the local unit of The Women's Field Army feels that they car. do their share to help reduce the 163.400 annual d.aths from cancer by having a place where the public can go for cancer examinations 1 hev feel that many cancers can be discovered and treated in time | and thus cured. Mrs Clyde A Eppersan has a film, "I Choose to Live'' which tells of a woman's encounter with cancer. This is available to any organization by calling Mrs. Epperson at 3-3(105 and she will arrange for the picture and a speaker. The public is urged to join in this work. EDMUNDS SAYS ENTRY LIKENED TO CRUSADE Characterizing his entry into the campaign to defeat United Stales Senatoi Claude Pepper for, re-election as a "crusade,' Counj ty Judge Olhe Edmunds of Jacksonville .-aid in Miami that there was no question of personalities involved hut a question wh.ther the people of Florida wished to continue a system in office which did not express the will of the people, Judge Edmunds said that when the recent vote was taken on whether or not the president's veto ot the tax bill should be supported. Senator Pepper did not vote as he felt he should have Voted for the good ot the people. hat he voted "to follow blindly the leadership of the President LAMBERT HEADS DADE COUNTY HOME SERVICE BETH JACOB SISTERHOOD TO ELECT OFFICERS ON MAY 1 The regular monthly meeting of the Belli Jacob Sisterhood will take place Monday, May 1. at 8 p. in. at the Beth Jacob Community Building. 311 Washington Avenue. Election oi officers will take place. A moving picture depicting the woik oi tlie Red Cros.s will be vn Mrs Violet Elies. dramatic star of stage and radio, will present a program of entertainment Members are urged tu attend and bring a friend Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Al B. Lambert ot 426 Majorca Ave.. Coral Cables, will head the volunteer Home Service committee tor the Dade Countv Bed Cross during the ensuing year Announcement oi Mr. Lambert's appointment was made today by C. Cordon Anderson, chapter chairman. Mr Lambert is : he relations director of MerrillStevens Dry Dock Co., and is prominent in American Legion activities For several years he has been elected Captain of the Dade County Guard ol Honor ot the American Legion Mr. Lambert has been active in R.'d Cross work tor many years, serving as one ot the committee heads on the Dade County Disaster Preparedness and Relief organization. RE-ELECT J. TOM WATSON Attorney General Guarantee Our Fighting Sons and Daughter* the Right to Work Let's preserve Organized Labor through Collective Bargaininir rather than through the closed shop, and let's give our people including our returning fighting men and women, the right to work and earn a living without paying big initiation fees for jobs SCHWARTZ CLAIMS TO QUALIFY ASMOF P. "I have announced my candidacy as Justice of the Peace because I feel that I am qualified bv education, training and experience to properly administer this Office, George Schwartz, attor,uv. said. "I have practiced law in Dade county for the past 12 years maintaining an office on the Beach in addition to the law office I have maintained in Miami, up until the time I entered the service of our countryI recently received an honorable discharge from the army, resuming my law practice on the Beach. I am a member of the American Legion, Miami Beach Post 85, and also a member of the Jewish War Veterans Post 174. where I was recently elected adjutant and service officer. I am a membei of thc/YM and YWHA. Zionist Organization, and prior to my entrance into the armed forces 1 w Is a member of the Miami Beach Elks and was elected precinct committeeman for three terms. Any efforts extended in my behalf will be deeply appreciated.'' he stated. LEGAL NOTICE? NOTICE IS HKIU^rrvTi^—the U nden.l K Sed M L'', V n EN "t In biiHlness under the f rii. *"*•!* of JAYMOR lHU-.i V\ i,v U "a Miami, Florida. Intend i, Y c £'"*/U Circuit Court ..f Dade rwt ">• LEONARD n• t JffiSJfc IRA LEVY EE MAX R. 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PAGE SIXTEEN Jen i § / f/cridiaun GREEN LEADS IN RACE AS FLORIDA GOVERNOR Congressman Lex Green is leading his opponents by a substantial majority, in the Democratic primary for Governor, his office states. This conclusion is based upon a consensus from state-wide reports, supported by BILL SHAYNE DELEGATE To Democratic National Convention STATE-AT-LARGE I Am All Out For R OOSEVELT Subject to Democratic Primary II'.,id Pol A.l\ > the enthusiastic reception accorded Lex Green during his visit in Dade and Monroe counties. Before a crowd of more than 3,500 men and women in Bayfront Park, he reiterated his platform to the voters of his native state, emphasizing old-age pension of $40.00; increased pay for teachers, and post-war economy for Florida all promised immediate attention. Preceeding his appearance at the park Congressman Green visited his Dade County headquarters and shook hands with some 1.500 friends. Speaking at Key West Friday night before a capacity crowd of 10.000. Lex Green returned to Miami Beach Friday, stopped at Homestead to address a rally there. Reviewing the turnouts witnessed at his meetings in Dade and Monroe Counties, the Congressman stated that to him — Dade ami .Monroe were growing (5r ener every day. His campaign manager, Stacy Rowell, predicts that Lex Green is assured a record vote in Dade County which is indicated by the crowds which assembled to hear him. The friends of Lex Green are holding a rally in his honor al Triangle Park Friday night. April 28th at 8 p. in. in Hialeah. There will be music and entertainment. All candidates are united. MRS. NAIMAN ASKING ELECTION AS DELEGATE Klea E. Naiman, candidate for delegate to the Democratic National Convention, State at Large, came to Miami in 1910 with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houghtaiing. and has been a resident of Florida ever since She graduated from Central Grammar School. Miami High School, and was the first girl to receive a Business Administration degree at the University of Miami. In September. 1936. a group of voung women of Florida organized the Junior Woman s State Democratic club, and Mrs. Naiman. (then Klea Houghtaiing) w;,s elected President, and is President al this writing. Tins club has been very active working for the welfare of our citizens and govi rnment. For the past two and a half years she has been a board member "i Harvey s< eds Host oi the American Legion Auxiliary, and is now Way* and Means chairman She ia member of Miami Chaptl r of the Anna Miller Circle Auxiliary of the Elks; a memport of the voters of Florida in the coming Democratic Primary. She is the only candidate in this group, from Dade County, in favor of the re-election of Mr. Roosevelt. TO ALL VOTERS The Man You Elect Should Have NO Other Interests! ELECT PARK ALAN "BUCK" GRUNDY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Miami Beach HIS ONE PROMISE — "I will D.-vote My Entire Time to This Office without Favor, Fear or Prejudice!" (Paid Pol. Ailv.) FRIDAY, APRH 28, CONKLIN SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESS Jacksonville. — Flnria.. pressed taxpayers T$J K earning, small business "L the only ones supporting h,s J paign financially, MillaS 1 Conklin, candidate for th el ,nI States Senate, announced I just want the public to km I am conducting my ca mpai ""l Florida taxpayers, with FV voters financial support, and I depending upon the sound fej ment of those who go to thi 3 on May 2," Mr. Conk in said* Despite the fact that on „ side of me I have the junior J tor with millions of tax-extra? federal funds at his comm and on the other side a candid, reportedly supported by R,. Du t can funds and money subscrih by men in the higher fi nan i brackets of life, I know the col mon people of Florida woil rather send a man to Washil ton without strings. Therefore! have repeatedly refused to alld anyone to tie obligations to i political future by extractil from me certain promises id in order to be lavishly finana for a lew weeks. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds.! Keep on buying War Bonds. When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-W79 Dependable, Conscientious Service one n.->M i.it i* MI .', .,.,,... ... organization created to promote a women's penal institution in Florida, where they can be housed away from male prisoners and taught useful Hades for their rehabilitation. Mrs. Naiman is an ardent Roosevelt admirer and supporter. and believes he should be reelected in order thai the war may be brought to a successful conclusion :is soon as possible, She will appreciate the supTo All Voters of Dade County Vote for and Support RICHARD OELKERS GROUP 2 PRIMARY MAY 2 State Representative (Legislature) Sound Business Methods for Sound State Government Pull Lever 12*C Ad Paid lor by Friend ol Richard (Chubby) Oelkers Frances 0. WARRINE CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 3 "A BUSINESS WOMAN AND A MOTHER" HONEST UNAFRAID EFFICIENT Subject to Democratic Primaries < l'.ii.i Pol Adv ) LOUIS F. (RED) SN E DIGAR (Four Times Mayor oi Miami Beach) SOLICITS YOUR VOTE COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5th DISTRICT COUNTY WIDE VOTE DEMOCRATIC MAY PRIMARIES (Paid Political A-iv. by Mends) 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 AdY.



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+Jewish norMten PAGE SEVEN It LOCAL BOYS laOSEHB .,-agreetings to all of his P Tand Acquaintances were {rien dsi ana ^ week from S Freeman, who is now shw ^!h.T of hc armed forc ? s Ser Miamian. he spent the folSS in North^fnca. Kitl-Army's latest award MaiVrvmen. the Combat InSLSSSn?Badge. The new medBBR rifle on a blue field %  h i saver border, imposed on iuntic.1 silver wreath. Son •?Ch Krinbcrg. 1345 N. W FfS St. he has been stationed F „ .ho FIJI Islands, Guadalcanal *H the Russell Islands and is a vetran of the New Georgia campaignGREATER MT^A^-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation I Welfare Board Help Ut Keep a Record of Our Men in Service r\ SERVICE ^ r\ r\ ^ r\ PARADE! Petty Officer 2-c Lewis Stein, now stationed at the Naval Base in Jacksonville, is spending his furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Stein, 1511 N. W. 8th street. One Day Brings Distinction— and Death—to Refugee Hero ,, William Kats. 22, of JackJ£ilte Fla. Pilot of a Flying ?" „ assaulting Nazi targets, Sthc A.r Medal and three tok Leal Clusters. He has taken part in the Inmbing of Hamburg and Schwein furt. Latest Miamian to receive promote .n the Army is Stanley Louis Stern of the Air Corps, who the War Department announced, has been advanced from first lieutenant to eaptain. Lt Irving Rubin, son of Mr. and llfa.Isadori Rubin, 4411 Sheridan lave, Miami Beach, was a member of a class of aviation cadets recently graduated from the AAF pilot school (advanced twin-engine) at George Field, 111. He is a former University of Florida student. Ma. Louis B. Magid. jr., from Camp Mackoll, N. C, is visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Magid of Miami Beach. Mr. Magid has two sons in the air forces, Lt. Mitchell Magid. now stationed at Patterson Field, Ohio, and Air Cadet Malcolm J. Magid who expects to graduate the latter part of May as a pilot at Ellington Field, Texas. Col. William Willis Magid, in the Marines, now located in the Philippine Islands, is a nephew of Mr. Magid and Lt. Milton Paisner, located in Washington. D. C, is also a nephew of Mr. Magid. Gerald Ghertner. Mr. Magid's son-in-law, is a cadet instructor at Ft. McClellan, Ala. Mrs. Gerald Ghertner and her son, Andy, are spending the winter here with her parents. Staff Sgt. Abraham Abramowitz, 21, of the Bronx, member of a bomber crew operating over Nazi Europe, wears the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and four Oak Leaf Clusters. Lt. Leon Feldman, 25, of New Orleans, La., has been decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal and three Oak. Leaf Clusters. Bombardier on a Flying Fortress, Lieutenant Feldman has participated in raids over France, Holland, Norway, Belgium, Poland, and Germany. DNALLTHEFRONTS T/Sgt. Gerald Miller, 22, of Baltimore, recipient of the Air Medal atid three Oak Leaf Clusters, is credited with 300 hours of antisubmarine patrol flights in the Atlantic area. Sergeant Miller is a radioman and gunner. TVSgt. Irving A. Novick. 24. of Aurora, 111., serving aboard a Liberator as radioman and gunner in the Southwest Pacific, wears the Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster. Sergeant Novick has taken part in assaults on the Gilberts, Tarawa, Nauru, Ocean Island and Ellice Island. T/Sgt. Robert Hutner of Dallas, Tex., holds a Citation for meritorous action against the Japenese forces on Attu. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT BOTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERO J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SEUG. VIce-Chalrman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, 8*0. Executive Committee Mrs. Max Dobrin, Ben B. Goldman, Mauiyce Grossman, Loula Heiman, Of. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Kwn, Harry Markowrtz. AlexiMtr F. M^Jer. at Roth, Fred Shocfctt. Milton Strkin, Joseph Sinn, Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl Wrinkle. George Wo.pert, Harry Zuktrnick. Lt Darry A. Davis, USNR. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis, of 365 N. W. 59th St.. is visiting in Miami with Mrs. Davis on a fourday leave. Lieutenant Davis has been on active duty as gunnery officer of a naval armed guard unit aboard a Liberty ship. Before entering the navy, Lieutenant Davis was a member of the law firm of Meyer, Davis and Weiss, with offices at 401 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Lt. Hyman Adler. 24, of Hazelton, Pa., has been decorated with the Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster. Serving on a Flying Fortress in the European area. Lt. Adler has been missing in action several months. Lt. Robert Cohen. 23, of Flushing, N. Y., who engaged in longrange anti-submarine fligPits in the Caribbean area, holds the Air Medal. Pvt. Sidney D. Epstein, 21, of Stamford. Conn., has received a Commendation for "voluntarily assisting in the removal under extremely hazardous conditions of two fatally injured cadets from a wrecked plane." ""THE first thing Julius Katz saw ; In bis morning newspaper, on day last week, was a picture of his younger brother. Corporal Wernei Katz. This 24-year-old refugee youth was the first American soldier to kill a Jap In the Burma campaign. A. few hours later Julius received a telegram from the War Department: Werner had been killed In action on the same day on which he bad killed the Jap. | Fleeing Nazi persecution, the Katz brothers reached the United I States in 1938. Werner was helped in his search for a job by the {National Refugee Service. The brothers also turned to NRS, whose work is financed by the United Jewish Appeal, In their efforts to arrange for the migration of their mother, still In Europe. Corporal Katz volunteered for the Army before Pearl Harbor, and fought on Guadalcanal (where photo was taken) and New Georgia His great love for America was the principal theme of his letters home. That Uncle Sam, he can drive a hard bargain. Take Irving Gold. He was a civilian instructor in the Army Air Forces clerical school at Fort Logan, Colo. He was getting S216 a month for the work, until Uncle Sam came around, and inducted and "processed" Mr. Gold at the Fort Logan center, and assigned him back to the same school at his old job. There is only one difference— the pay is now $50 a month instead of $216. Lt. John J. Kapstein. 25, of Providence, R. I., is the recipient of an Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster. A Marauder pilot. Lieutenant Kapstein participated in sorties against the Nazis. Lt. Leonard S. Odess. 23. of West Hartford, Conn., has been decorated with the Silver Star for gallantry in combat during the Sicilian campaign. T/Sgt. Benjamin Radensky. 22, of Sacramento, Cal., now missing in action, had been awarded the Air Medal and Oak Leaf Cluster, for "courage and skill" in combat over Europe. Sgt. Maurice Londer, 24, of Minneapolis, Minn., previously recorded in the Honor Roll for his receipt of a Silver Star, now holds in addition the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, the Purple Heart, and a Presidential Group Citation. His tour of duty was in the South Pacific. Lt/ Irving H. Sanow, 26, of Rochester, N. Y., who has completed 25 bombing missions against the Nazis, wears the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters. On one flight when their bombs jammed right over the target area, Lieutenant Sanow crawled out on the catwalk and released the missiles by hand. Commander Louis M. Comen, 46, of North Bergen, N. J., assigned to the Federal Building and Drydock Company, died of illness recently. Born in Bridgeport, Conn., Commander Comen served as a naval lieuteant in World War I. Cpl. Irving Antman. 35, of Chicago, a Marine Corps veteran of 14 years service, has been killed in action. S Sgt. Raymond Bergen. 25, of Brooklyn, one of four brothers in service, was killed on a bombing mission. Sergeant Bergen was based in India. "We shall soon become an agricultural state. Fritz." Pvt. Leonard Arthur Kenner, 19, of Providence, R. I., Coast Artilleryman stationed at a Portsmouth, N. H, training camp, was killed in line of duty. Two uncles served in the last war. Capt. Louis Albert, 55, of San Antonio, Tex., died of a heart attack at Fort Benning, Ga., where he was stationed with the Quartermaster Corps. Thirty-six years in service, Captain Albert had served in the Mexican Border War in 1916 and then again in the First World War. PJ ^ve photo was taken on an island in the South Pacific PM month at services conducted by Jackie Heller, visiting USO entertainer, in the second row facing front, second from left. I^orge Burney, Miamian. a member of the Seabees. J* Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS." ArmyJ^yComrnittee. c/o P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Florida Lt. Julian I. Lebo. 22, of Memphis, Tenn., Army Air Corps pilot serving in India, holds the Air Medal. Name H me Address. Bi rth Date Serial No. Street Birthplace City State Civilian Occupation._ pate Entry • Service Bf anch of Service ^ name of nearest kin Relationship A ddlfM Nation Transmitted bfTe lephone number City Marital Status State Date .Discharged .Rank or Rating Devoting This Page to the Efforts of the Army-Navy Committee. Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FLXZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. 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ibdliBWwiislbJEIliDipidliiqup MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28. 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS | THEY DID NOT DIE IN VAIN Thc Bureau of Jewish Educa,, „( Greater Miami through Its -';:.. director Abe Gunn.s, bounced the establishment of a JJSSi library tor this area. Plans wen approved at a meeting of tl • executive committee held Monday -vanmg and the library will be located for the ore lent al the office of the ol SStion 318 Congress Bldg. Th( purpose "I the library will he to havi as complete a Judaica. Hebraic:, and all-around pedaeoeit reading as possible, volumes of Jewish life and culture as well as general reading will bo veto med by the organization, n c W er a chairman of the library committee, assisted by Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi Max Shapiro UPPER CREDITS ANGLO-JEWISH PUBLISHERS WILL MEET III SUITE'S WELFRRE West Palm Beach—Future and growth ol Florida are assured "if this cou:"iy is not permitted to tall into tJiv abyss of another depression Senator Claude Pepper said Wednesday. Declaring the state had fared well undi-r the present administration, S nator Pepper said "this governim int, if supported and sustained, will assure Florida's wellbeing.' The senator said he had been identified with the government for nearly eight years and "if I am chargeable with all of its shortcomings and deficiencies. I am entitled, too, to claim some credit for its accomplishments." "This u the government." he said, 'which found this nation in the vi-i <,f a depression and led it out of economic bondage as Moses led the children of Israel out of the slavery of Egypt." "In tin many years that I have known Senator Pepper," a prominent nati nal figure stated, "he has, at ,, : limes, given of himself to tme causes which are of interest to all Americans who are devoted to the cause of freedom and tolerance. In the years he has been m Washington he has not only loyally represented the interest! • his state, but has become a national leader of public opinion In all matters relating to nunorit} rights, he is always round on the side of tolerance ^understanding. He is tolerant, *>ndly and fair. Many of us nave be. n concerned by acts of bigotry an,! intolerance on the pan Of some nun in public life, ana 1 thmk n is only fair and Poper, when a man like Senator reppe, seeks re-election, that we The Jewish martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto who heroically resisted the Nazi extermination SqilUUI one year ago did not die in vain. Their Valiant stand lias not only touched thc conscience of the world, hut has aroused Jews throughout the United States to the urgency of rescuing those who still survive, A firm resolve to rescue thc living has marked the observance of the first anniversary of the Battle of the \\ arsaw .ditto. Jewish communities throughout thc country have accelerated their campaign activities in behalf of thc $32,000,000' nationwide campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs, and Palestine in order to save the many hundreds of tlion rands who are threatened with annihilation in Nazi Europe. Increased sums are being raised in keeping with the greater opportunities which cxistMhis-ycar for large-scale rescue and rehabilitation through the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, and thc National Refugee Service. Following similar action of communities throughout the country, Greater Miami residents will meet Monday evening to memorialize the victims of tho Warsaw ghetto on the occasion of the first anniversary of ihat incident. The meetings will take place at the Beth David Synagogue, 139 N. W. 3rd Avenue, at 8 o'cock. A fitting program dedicated to the occasion, has been prepared under the auspices of a number of the organizations in the area, including participation by the Zionist groups. Indianapolis (JTA) — Appointment of a committee to study the type of organization for the Association of Anglo-Jewish Publishers of America was announced this week as last minute reservations for the convention in Indianapolis this Saturday and Sunday continued to pour in. The latest reservations are from the Kansas City Jewish Chronicle, The Examiner of Brooklyn, and the Southwestern Jewish Press of San Diego, Calif. Twenty-four of the major AngloJewish publications had previously indicated they would be represented at the gathering. Appointed to the organization committee were Leo Frisch, of tho American Jewish World, of Minneapolis; Henry Segal, of the American Israelite, Cincinnati; Jacques Bach, of the Observer, Nashville. Term., and Joseph H. Biben of The Ledger Publications. Meanwhile the convention continued to attract national attention. The New National Public Relations Advisory Council is sending Robert Segal, of Cincinnati, a member of its executive committee, to address the Oneg Shabbat sessions Saturday afternoon, which will open the activities. Boris Smolar, editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, will address the Sunday luncheon which is being tendered the 4eltgalej by the Indianapolis Jewish Federation., should our influence to see • L <"• inner it) se .. :i '"turned to the senate," On the occasion of the first anniversary of th.bottle of the Warsaw ghetto, the Jews of the United States this week addressed themselves to all the democratic people of the world m a proclamation prepared by the American Jewish Conference describing the mass-annihilation of Jews in Nazi-Europe and appealing tor the immediate rescue of those who can still be saved. The proclamation was made public on Wednesday at a mass meeting at Carnegie Hall. New York, marking the end of a hugeJewish demonstration in commemoration of the first anniversary of the ghetto battle which started on April 19. 1943. and during which the Jews of Warsaw heroically resisted the German armed forces for about a month. workers, except for talk of several killed, a large number of wounded, and the loss of ammunition and military equipment. A number of ambulances were seen passing through the streets of Warsaw carrying wounded and killed Germans. The first German attack was repulsed within a few hours. The Germans retreated to the borders of the ghetto and brought reinforcements of tanks and artillery, which began to break through the first defense line. Heavy artillerv attacked the corner of Bonifraterska and Nowohpie street and Francizkanska. The defenders fought back with machine gun fire, causing further losses to thc Germans. In the first attacks, the defense had great success, the tanks were reailed, two are said to have been | ghetto, the ghetto had to be liquidated. The announcement also called upon the population to give up any Jews who were in hiding. The struggle in the ghetto stopped suddenly, and it is hard to tell when it was over. Jewish resistance was broken chiefly by the heavy fires which the Germans started. These tires destroyed hundreds of houses. FP&L COMPANY GIVEN CITATION BY O. C. D. For "voluntary and intelligent expressions of team play," the employes of the southern division of the Florida Power & Light Co. were awarded Friday night the iirst national security award of the Office of Civilian Defense to go to a Florida utility. The formal presentation was made by Jerome A. Conner, director of the fourth regional OCD, Atlanta, Among other edifices, the Ger\ at Scottish Rite temple, mans dynamited the Great Syna-; The award had been made, he gogue of Tlomackie Street which ; said, in recognition of the extra was situated half a kilometer out-1 precautionary measures taken by side the ghetto. The smoke of j the company and its employes to these fires pervaded all of Warsaw and their light could be seen for several kilometers. No fire fighters were admitted to the ghetto. protect the utility entrusted to its care and for the intelligent steps taken to minimize the loss of life and property. In behalf of the company, H. H. Today the Warsaw ghetto con-' Hyman. southern division mancat.., burned, the inner part of the | sists on i y 0 f t h e remains of hundager, accepted the certificate and • I reds of burned and ruined houses.' flag, praising the cooperation of ghetto was cleared of thc enemy. those V in h war V u lanu' stopped work j and the Germans were forced to j r cstimatcd lhat 5 0 00 Jews' company employes and national STiaTnTtorten^tauteslu-e g£Br&J3Sr&\* wl,hin tht ;ron nng f fire -~ !" """** SSttiV^Zg&tt maana Polish Jews not attack by day. using this time At the same :'S9 .d in marched to City Hall where they only for observation. AIM were received by Mayor LaGuartime, they started a mere. U> dia. who delivered a bra, adbgpy* night d bu,n'' 24 have ***" Reported killed and 20 missing, lori^ d f nn, 'unced here. The math* L "'them enlisted. Among JewK ng are lh well-known literal n,,v,,| st S. Gadiner. the 822 ^ tlc A Gurstein and M. •far aBui u '"' ts S Rossin. OlevJewish K n and V "gelis and the ewisn his to nan A. Br achman. teT i hZ^~ c ^ cction d yNo Pol LH yo Y v >te—Go to the and "WdM your franchise. began suddenly attiawn <> w.'"| %  ;• -•-" \ • hf f Amil traeic struggle 101049 shnrtlv before Passover,' experience on the mgnt or m. < iragie suu„j,u. The formal reason as that only 23. the Germans restricted the. Jm£SEh&E&E& call for use of arm..to long j-ange a t RD AND LINDBE RGH Attas sme &&%£&& ARE WANTED AT TRIAL HUTS isx: pta^ftas mg. heavily armed guns, grenades, Bonifraterska. the forts of the ferno njpossible i Citadel, and Smoeza Street, was Captured Ji*. surrounded by SS men German on h '. .^^ in A .„s manner from police, and Latvians. Ukrainians, were killedI in t.us man and Lithuanians. In the mornApril tjug Qnmua posted 6 ST^^^rT 1 ^^^ the and armored I ghetto was being hq>?-td and ...rough the Zaj those who sheJ^red Jew. *ould menhof Street to the ghetto. | be vc h fX V tha^t "s in May, a n anThe manner of the German at-. day.later that is.in y tack showed that they expected nounwment of ^ ^n P^ armed resistance. The struggle, lice commander Jiare te began and. the Germans suffered cause he J !" 5 an relatively large losses. There was made a point oi lcsisia. The book—"Fighting for America" — reveals incontrovertibly that Americans of Jewish faith are not only fully represented in this war but that "thousands have performed g:'at and heroic deeds for American victory." "Fighting for America" contains a revealing chapter on statistics and surveys, reports on leged sedi'ionists on trial here, percentages of refugees in service filed a motion in District Court including a section on the medical this week for the subpoenaing of corps. Another section of the Charles A. Lindbergh and Henry book is devoted to 10 first-hand Ford as defense witnesses on the accounts of battle action by topgrounds that their utterances flight heroes of Jewish faith. The "against the Jews are 100 times, last pages of the book are devotmore vicious" than those of the ed to an impressive listing of Washington (JTA)—James J. 11 Laughlin, attorney for Edward Captured Jews were mu^ered ^JJ Smythe> onc of the 30 aldefendants. Judge Edward Eicher, who is presiding, did not indicate whether he would issue the subpoenas requested by Laughlin. some 2,500 American heroes of Jewish faith, hundreds of whom have been killed in action, an<| others wounded. I; i I I t



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PAGE TWELVE +Jewistfk>rklk*n !" >AY. APRIL 28, OKELL WOULD PROVIDE | Juvenile who needs only ^ ajjjj FOR STATE'S JUVENILES an d treatment under the hands of : skilled child experts could be Legislation providing for es< he \ a here in the local clearing tablishment of branch clearing house and discharged at the end houses throughout the state to Q f a s hort period." which juvenile delinquents and mental cases subject to rehabilitation could be sent, was advocated by George S. Okell, candidate for the state legislature in group 1. Pointing out that the mentally ill are now often held in county jails while waiting for openings at the overcrowded state hospital in Chattahoochee. Okell said the clearing houses would serve three purposes: 1—Place the burden of expense of caring for the mentally insane but not committed to Chattahoochee on the state instead of the counties. 2—Provide a more humane arrangement, make easier visits from relatives, eliminate holding patients waiting to get into Chattahoochee in jail like felons. 3 TERRY ASKS FOR POST HELD FOR SEVEN YEARS After serving as a member of the Board of Public Instruction for seven eventful years of remarkable and unequalled progress. I now seek your approval of my candidacy for renomination to that same board. 1 ask for your vote and active support, R. P. Terry stated in seeking re-election to that post. It is my belief that Dade county is entitled to the very best in schools and that we can and will have a school system second to none in the entire country. We are admittedly far ahead of the remainder of Florida and equal to the best In the southern states. The immediate medical and j I pledge my best efforts to the may that use our public school system for personal political aims; these will never support me. Though I have heard of no personal attacks nor of any upon my public record, it is necessary to be on guard at all times. Those who know me will be ready to defend me and I ask all others to call me as to any question the.v desire answered concerning my personal or official life. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. For Attorney psyhciatric attention available to end that our community mental patients at such clearing have the kind of schools houses would make possible their lour citizens want, cure and return to civilian life m Our public school system is the much less time than under the cradle of democracy and there present system. | our children must' be taught it we had the same type of respect for law and love of our Clearing houses for the juvenile country; that he who will not dedelinquents as I have outlined for the insane." Okell said, "with one fend his country is not worthy of liberty There are some who do ere in Dade county, many a I not believe this, some who would EVERYONE LOVES A WINNER Reliable Responsible RASMUSSEN —StateLegislature GROUP ONE INVITES YOUR SUPPORT MAY 2, 1944 (raid Polll eal Ernest F. Housholder ACTING PRESIDENT FLORIDA STATE SENATE • A native of Polk County Florida, son of the late Rev. A. E. Housholder and Emma Ferguson Housholder. Graduated in law from University of Florida in 1913. Admitted to practice by Supreme Court same year. A resident of Sanford, Florida, since 1908. • Has had the following public career in Seminole County: County Judge 8 years; County Prosecuting Attorney 2 years; City Commissioner and Mayor of Sanford 2 years; Member of House of Representatives 1 term; Attorney for Board of County Commissioners 11 years; Member of State Senate (37th District—Seminole and Brevard Counties) 1 term, 2 sessions, 1941-43; at present Acting President of Florida State Senate; President of Seminole County Bar Association 12 years. • Rated A-V (the highest rating) in Martindale-Hubbcll Law Directory, the leading law directory of the English speaking world. YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED (Political Adv. paid (or by friends) For Sheriff— Meet R. B. CHASTAIN BECAUSE: He believes in complete woman suffrage. He will appoint women deputies to handle juvenile delinquency and women's problems. He will enforce all l aW3 fearlessly and diligently. He is honest and sincere. There will be no favoritism. Eleven years as constable qualify him excellently for position as sheriff because duties are similar. He is the only candidate for sheriff ELECTED to to a public law enforcement position. R. B. Chastain desires to serve Dade county lawfully and well. As sheriff there will be justice and equal consideration for all peop]e He respectfully solicits your support and vote on May 2 A vote for R. B. Chastain for sheriff is a vote for good government Vote for R. B. Chastain and help him maintain our fine and desirable county Qualified by Experience PULL DOWN LEVER 14A (Paid Political Adv.) ELECT Charles Dillon Your Constable DISTRICT NO. 1 Resident Dade County for 40 years. Four years experience AS constable. Your vote and support will be appreciated by smiling Charlie. (Paid ]•.!. Ailv ) GOVERNOR MILLARD CALDWELL • Painu W .r V.t.r., • Lawyer • Tested SUttsaus Florid* Can Be Confident With Ca/dwe// Ptllllnl A* rIJ In b> r>M*k rf HI1U* CaM>rll 'ELECT PERRY BITTEL your JUSTICE or PEACE MIAMI BEACH (Levtr 1IA) Attorney for j; ynrs Honut Rellabla (Paid Pol Adv.) LET'S BEAT OPPENBORNIN OFFICE 18 YEARS Elect 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 Seren Yean Precincts 1 to 23—33 to 4144 to 55 and 85 Office 1611 N. W. 36th Street Res. 1338 N. W. 34th Street (Paid Pol Ad* ) There Is No Substitute for Experience Vote For and Re-Elect PAT CANNON To CONGRESS 100% Behind the War Effort PULL LEVER 4-A (Paid Political AdT.)



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PAGE FOUR *Jewlstifk>ridHairi FRIDAY, APRIL The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-11 41 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 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1944 IYAR 5, 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 17 APRIL MEETING OF AIC WAS WELL^ ATTENDED On Monday. April 24th. the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress lie Id its April meeting at the YM & Vi HA, 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beacn\ with over two hundred women in attendance. The guest speaker, Rabbi Irving Lenrman, pieviewed short stones from 'ShOlem Alecheim." in the Yiddish and also in the English, from the translation of Maurice Samuels. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky gave a significant talk on good government and the importance of voting. Mrs. Arthur Triester. chairman of the remembrance fund. on the "Counci NOTES OF Y. M. h. A. S A -byM S I L VER "Y" Forum Group A project in the "Y" that has taken this community by storm is the recently organized "Y Forum Group. This is evidenced by UN fad that though it is in cxistence less than a month, the attendance at meetings has dou1,1, d Under the able leadership of Harry Gcrstein, chairman of the forum group, topics of curdiscussed the THE BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO ance, ceeds explaining that thi from this particular rent interest are Against Intoler-1 second and fourth Wednesdays of letin which will be out Children 4 to Register now. "Y" Softball 14 are next week. eligible. Bch Tc Y m %  >*, The "Y" Softball team rf ed the Beach "Y> teanMft" day morning at a tamo £}*§• Riverside Park. byT ..W," The "Y" today toasts 3 ?, H Olltstanrfino .JILL. ,, 0 t a Ver profund Communities throughout the country are holding meetings ] wenuse,I solely for this pun ._,.:_.u„ -u — JL „< .u„ n„„i„ „ ft.**/„,.„., r_k Q ..~ rn Mrs. Moses Kneger spoke in bri i every month. Last Wednesday the question of "White Supremacy" based on %  the recent decision of the United marking the observance of the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. JJn yn thc Econ muc Discrimination States Supreme Court on the T< xas primary case was discussed. Joseph Tepper was moderator. On Wednesday. May 10, the topic for discussion will be man. was in charge of the social hour and was assisted by Mrs. Arthur Triester and Mrs. Max Meisel. Monday evening next our local community will meet at Beth ;mc i interfaith." Mrs. s. mu< David to pay tribute to the bravery of those unforgettable souls Commander, hospitality who gave their lives in the effort to hinder the enemy in a struggle, the outcome of which they knew. There has been a great deal of heroism in the present war, but Judge Joseph M. Proskauer is nevertheless within the bounds of truth in saying that none of these acts of heroism outshines HOSPITAL UNIT WILL "the valor of the starving, downtrodden Jews of the Warsaw HEAR NOTED VIOLINIST ghetto." The Jews of Warsaw knew that the resistance was futile, 1 Red Cross Hospital Unit for knew that for them there was no hope at all. yet they entered' ^icemen under the supervisI ion of Ruth Brotman. will have Maurice Spitalny. orchestra leader, and brother of Leopold and Phil Spitalny. play a group pf violin solos, accompanied by Ira Rublova, Russian pianist, at the Nautilus Hospital. April 2U. The Microphone Parade, consisting of the radio personnel of radio station WIOD in a burlesque of a day in radio. Frankie Morgan, radio songstress; Eileen Dixon, into a suicide pact in order to sell their lives as dearly at "a price that would cost the Nazis thousands of their soldiers and hundreds of Warsaw's industrial plants." The statement was made at the anniversary observance of the Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto. That battle will remain imperishable in Jewish history. For the story of the Warsaw battle, as was emphasized this past week by speakers at the Jewish Anti-Fasci3t Committee in Moscow, typifies what happened in many fronts. Jews, said the Moscow speaker, didn't permit themselves to be treated as accordionist; Dona Farber, danmeek and weak lambs. In city after city, the men. women and JgJ v^^wSs *& children, organized guerilla detachments or joined such guerilla complete the program, units as were already in existence. The full story of this Jewish civilian resistance we do not yet PIONEER WOMEN HAVE know. We shall not know it until after the war, but when that' BIG CROWD AT DINNER story is told it will be one that will add to the pride which we have in those Jews in Warsaw who went down fighting bravely. The Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine for Greater Miami had about 300 people present at the fifth annual donor dinner held last Sunday evening THE ANGLO-JEWISH PRESS No agency in American Jewish life has had more brickbats tossed at it than the Anglo-Jewish press. And, stranqe to sav n U "' w ff(>rd hotelMrs 1 the Anglo-Jewish press has taken them all without a word k 833ff ^S^SSiASTS reply. I he tune has come for the Anglo-Jewish press itself to speak out in its own behalf, to make itself heard and felt as the important force that it is in the American Jewish community. No one will take issue with those who criticise the unethical business practices of a few Anglo-Jewish publications. Nor MTHMT PHADTPP XA/TT T will there be any real argument that a number of Anglo Jewish MFFT NPOT TiTPCniv publications are anvthina but nri7* Pvnmnloc r>( ;..,— I; — men INLA1 lULolJAl introduced visiting guests and speakers. Proceeds of the affanwill he used for the Palestine activities of the group. anything but prize examples of journalism. But conceding these deficiencies in some Anglo-Jewish publications, it is folly to generalize and denounce the entire AngloJewish press, as so many thoughtless people do. Too long now has Jewish leadership, nationally and locally with a few notable The Greatei Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish C Idren at Denver will bold their regular monthly meeting exceptions eoted the Anglo-Jewish pros, a? ftirSfc Roea* YU*1ut as a step-child when that very leadership would have to create Miami Beach Mrs. Myron Newthe Anglo Jewish press if it didn't already exist. Too long now has the Anglo-Jewish press been sneered at, patronized, neglected and subordinated to the role of an inferior. The Anglo-Jewish press, v/hich incidentally is more than a century old and has an honorable history and tradition of service, has long since become a valuable element in the American CALENDAR Jewish scene. The Anglo-Jewish weekly that serves its community honestly and faithfullyand most of them do is not only a credit to journalism but an irre.olacable asset to its comTh munity. man. president, will give a n port on the regional convi ntion shi n cently attended in Chicago I he hoard of directors meet nt 10:30 a. m. OF EVENTS OF BETH DAVID WOMEN Beth David Sisti rl announced its calei lar I vents As one who has been associated with all aspects of An q lou e nexl ,u '•'•" ; follows: Jewish journalism for nearly 20 years as writer, syndicate edi s,m i '\ U !: """" to, publisher and ^formation director-I say tha, tne Wri^on ^"STUS WS^ Jewish community has in great measure failed to understand the Ma > 14 Mother's Day prSmSn major role which the Anglo-Jewish paper plays as a medium of 'f ,0:30 ''' m : M ">" • confirm*. communication with the vast complex we call Jewish life There ex ercises at 8 :15 u m are few more effective means for reaching large segments of the rnTnTP^i7^7^^ Jewish community than through the Anglo Jewish press With g2 L 5 STROM IS CHOSEN out the Anglo-Jewish press the election of delegates to the Ameri ON GR EEN COMMITTEE can-Jewish Conference in most communities miqhl have be*>r an insuperable task. j At a meeting of the executive '^P 081 decade when the Anglo-Jewish press has .lowly S55X C&^ won grudging recognition as a vital community force, sporadic!*"*. Sol S. GoldTtrom efforts have been made to organize the Anglo-Jewish publishers ent comm "nal in a body whose aim would be to educate the American Jewish community to the real place of the Anglo-Jewish press Such an organization is to come into being as a result of a meetino to be held in Indianapolis on April 29th and 30th. This meeting is a landmark in the history of Angle-Jewish journalism. It affords the Anglo-Jewish press a unique opoor. E22 K., Pre8e J nt itS CQSe to ^A^can Jewish community, forthnghtly and unequivocally. This meeting should be an occasion for frank self appraisal, for straight speaking and clear thinking. No false sense of self-righieous nor 3eli-pitv should deter the publishers from adopting a common course of action which may well mark the coming age of Anglo-Jewish journalism in this country. %  •" % %  The Anglo-Jewish press, which has helped publicize everv other agency in Jewish life, is now ready to do a public r P la tions job on itself If the Indianapolis meeting sucSSs inli hating such an effort it will be important not only to the Anqlo. press but to the Jewish communitv itself Today, more last prominworker, was unanimously chosen as vice-chair man of the Miami fi !" £* Such m.ttce. Len Cooper announced Headquarters of the Lex Green ami iwh 0r cam P ai n on M. :"* Beach are located at 514 Washington Avenue and 205 Lin Jewish community itself. than ever, the Jewish community needs a Tfcnraua iLrZr m and ably-edited Anglo-Jewish ?^B ifR Sto?3 press it wants and will support.—Bernard Postal coin Road. SPINOZA~FORUM WILL HEAR PROF. E. CLARK Clarke, of Prof. Edward University of Miami, will be tht unlw .1 lhe s P' n oza Founder the canopy, on the at 3 rum. S.S5& Saturday afternoon. Dr Z I 'The Closed Shop" question. Prominent labor leaders will dis( u.ss the labor side of the quesIt is also planned to have an expert on the opposite side. The public is cordially invited. Home Camp Th-' Sixth Annual Home Camp will commence on MonHav. June 12. outstanding softbball team P to the fact that it p^ctS due eral times a week. It m Sev ber of the City Leaaiie tST" won every game thus far d ha Those who played asainn th. Beach team Sunday tot !" ami "Y" are as f Berkowitz. Frank Ros, Al Reisman. I. Sch Jack Uslan, Weide and Lube Federation Frolici On Sunday evening. May 7, the Teen Agers will presents cty of acts consisting of and music. The the Mi">ws: Abe Kaslich, wmer. Levin, F nedman. varicomedy Purpose of this affair is to invite as Agers to the "Y" which time an appeal will made for funds for the FederT Complete details will be giv| tion. Rabbi Irving Lchrman wUl many Teen as possible, at en in the May issue of the bulI be the principal speaker. MRS. LUTSKY DELEGATE f TO AJC CONVENTION Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, president of the women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, has been invited to serve as a member Of the committee of the National convention of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, taking place in New York City, al the Commodore Hotel, on May 31, June 1 and 2nd. Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt will be the guest speaker at the national donor luncheon, which will be held on June first at the convention. Mrs. Lutsky was unanimously elected by the Greater Miami Chapter to serve as an official delegate, representing thc Greater Miami Chapter. Mrs. Louis Glasser, membership chairman, was elected as alternate. KELLER HOLDS NRS POST 1 Cairo (JTA)—Racial and religious relations are no problem in the United States Navy. Capt. Robert D. Wodkman. chief of naval chaplains, declared here Capt Wodkman says his mission represents Protestant. Catholic and Jewish faiths, and described it as an example of the American way of life. Keep on buying War Bonds. Alexander 8. Keller, prominent Hartford business man and philanthropist, has been elected Chairman of the Executive Committee of the National Refugee Service t succeed Charles A. Riegelman, now NRS President Announcement of %  in election was made by William Rosenwald, Honorary President. Mr. Keller has directed refugee resettlement in Hartford since 1931 THE BALKANS, THEN AND NOW.



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' FRIDAY. APRILS, 1944 +Jewisli fhridknn PAGE THREE VTFFTING MONDAY BY WOMEN Ctf AUXILIARY £ "vrtf-rans of U. S.. held it. W i.. r inciting at the YMHA, SgJdSr afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Mine presidiwr. Plans were completed to tM wVii,nil President, visit in May, f which tune a luncheon will £ Jyen in honor of Jessie O. Members are collecting sheet "',' Victrola records, prizes. "'"'.;.us and other items speciSH bv the Red Cross for convag~ servicemen! recreation. Those desiring to cooperate. 2S call 2-1025. Mrs. Kline. Paula Ehrlich was appointed hogpitalization chairman; Anna Raxinc teli phone chairman: and Pauline Vi rdon. color bearer and honorary mmtor for the DauahjS"8pter of JWV^ Lillian Suskins was named hospitality and visitins chairman. Mc GINTY" CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE DIST. 1 Marshall S. McGinty, real estate dealer, is a candidate for constable o! the first Dade district subject to the Democratic primary. He is a former deputy state hotel commissioner, in charge of northwest Dade county, resigning thv post several months ago (or war service. A graduate of the Citizen-' military training camp at Fort McPherson. Ga.. with too honors, he volunteered :ur oversea duty shortly after Pearl Harbor and served nine months overseai with the U. S. engineei lepartmeilt. B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN HOLD MEETING The newly formed B'nai B'rith &u1 R w men me t at the YM & WHA, 1 Lincoln Road. Wednesday evening. 18 new members joined. No name has yet been chosen for the organization and it was decided to Rive young women who wished to join the group trie opportunity to become charter members. The next meeting will be held at 8:15 p. m. on rhursday evening. May 4. Plans will be made for the coke-tail party to be held soon. Committees were appointed to take care of the selection of a name and to write up the constitution. All who are interested are invited to attend the next meeting. ALLSWORTH QUALIFIES FOR SCHOOL BOARD E. L. Allsworlh. candidate for the school board, district No. 4. is a widely known business man and civic leader. He is chairman of the Industrial Council ol the i Chamber of Commerce, past pres; ident of the Retail Merchants Association. He is president of the Dixie Manufacturing Co. and an executive of Moore's Wholesale Allsworth is thoroughly famil1 iar with school needs and planJiing. his friends state. He is a graduate of the University of Denver and for the last six years has served as trustee for Special School Tax District 2. "To the post-war planning that must be a major objective for our school \ system. Allsworth would bring a high order of administrative, %  business and educational experience,'' thev said. Jobs Don't Grow ON TREES! Sane planning—not promises— is our answer to unemployment fears. Sen. Ernest R. Graham, war veteran, farmer, business man, has PROVEN in his own business he knows HOW! ELECT ERNEST R. GRAHAM GOVERNOR (Paid Politics! Adv.) BEACH REALTORS WILL RAISE MONEY FOR M. U. "Million dollars in 60 days" goal set by the Miami Beach Board of Realtors in their sponsorship of a greater University of Miami is the keynote of the moveI ment to be used as a fund for construction of buildings and to expand activities at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. The drive opens May 1. Bruno Weil, chairman, with Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, president of the university as co-chairman. Wednesday announced chairmen of committees who will co-ordinate their activities through the executive committee: Banking: Julian S. Eaton, president Coconut Grove Exchange bank. All other Miami area banks and federals to be represented. Contact: Tom Dupree. president Miami Beach Board of Realtors; Mrs. Ralph Hill, co-chairman and chairman oi the women'.; division Mis. Hill is presl ident of tinDade County American Association of University Women. Hotels: Joe Adams. El Comodoro. Legal and tax laws: Leo Julian. acting president of the Dade County Bar association. Professions; Dr. Wiley Sams. president Dade County Medical \ association. Publicity: Harold R. Davis, Miami Beach realtor. Selection and assignment. Oscar E. Dooly, jr., realtor. \ Special contacts: Benjamin E. Bronston. Miami Beach realtor. Tax consultants: Leonard A; Abess and H. F. Purvis. Ways and means: E. D. Keefer, Beach realtor. An auditorium and college of engineering are listed as among the first objectives in the expansion program for the university. FARLOW SOLICITS AID AS OFFICIAL OF STATE A. J. Farlow is an active member of organized labor and knows how poorly the public school teachers are paid considering the importance of their work and the educational requirements before they can even be accepted for a teaching position. As a candidate for representative in the state legislature from Dade counj ty. Group one. he comes out wholeheartedly for legislation that will establish a salary of not i less than SI000 per teaching unit. Farlow is also a firm believer in old-age pensions and if elected will do his best to see that the older folk receive a just pension. FORMATION OF IUNIOR CHAPTER MADE BY AZA The Miami Chapter of AZA No. 322 has announced the formation of a junior chapter for boys in this area from the ages of 11 to 14. The meeting of the new group, to which all who are interested are invited, will take place Sunday evening. May 7 at the Miami Y. MARTIN GENET IS AN ASPIRANT FOR J. OF P. Martin Genet, practicing attorney of Miami Beach, is a candidate for Miami Beach Justice of the Peace, subject to the Democratic primary, May 2. A graduate of the University of Miami Law School and resident of Miami Beach for the past eight years, Mr. Genet said he believes he not only is familiar with the problems of Miami Beach people but also is qualified to interpret the law fairly and impartially. Many disputes, he said, can be easily settled by lending a sympathetic ear to those in dispute, j "If elected," he said, "I pro! pose to operate the Miami Beach Peace Justice's court in a fair \ manner. Furthermore, my legal I training is an additional facility which will help expedite court procedure." • O'CONNOR FOR STRICT ENFORCEMENT OF LAW Again pledging that he will operate the sheriffs office for the benefit of all Dade countians, Paul O'Connor, candidate for sheriff, in a radio talk over Station WIOD, said that by experience yi administrative posts and in law enforcement work, he is better qualified for> the office than any of his opponents, said: "I have told you before, and I tell you again, that I have made no promises to any individual, to any group, as to how I shall conduct the office of sheriff. I make but one promise, and.I make that to all the people of Dade county —that promise is that I will enforce the laws fairly and impartially, relentlessly, without fear or favor." • STATE COMPTROLLER IN PROMPT PAYMENT GEORGE S. KELL To the Resident of Dade County 34 Years LEGISLATURE Group One Familiar With Our Problems Acquainted With Our People Knows Our Needs IN ORDER TO SECURE CAPABLE REPRESENTATION OF YOUR INTERESTS IN TALLAHASSEE AN ATTORNEY AND BUSINESS MAN SHOULD BE ELECTED Therefore Cast Your Vote For GEORGE S. O'KELL (Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.) Insure Representative Leadership E LECT TROY C. DAVIS WOULD GO TO LEGISLATURE Troy C. Davis, a candidate for State Representative in the Legislature. Group Two. has been a j practicing attorney in Miami for the past 20 years, having come to Miami from Macon. Georgia. He is a veteran of World War I and a member of Harvey W. Seeds Post of American Legion. For the past five years, he has served as a membi r of District 9 (Dade County) Welfare Board, | serving fur the past two years as chairman of said board, without compensation He advocates increases of old age assistance grants to a maximum of $40.00.i by providing $20.00 from the: State to match the $20.00 available from the Federal Govern\ ment. and a grant of $50.00 a month for boarding home or bedridden recipients, and providing funds for assistance to the many needy children for whom applii cations have long been pending awaiting funds. He also advocates an increase of teachers' salaries by raising the State appropriation and liberalizing sick leave provisions of the school code. State Comptroller J. M. Lee and State Superintendent Colin English made the state's $1,300,000 monthly distribution to school teachers' salaries on the dot this month and County Superintendent Wilson received Dade county's share earlier this week, enabling prompt payment of teachers' and bus drivers' salaries. Following a conference between Superintendent English and the Comptroller, they advised Superintendent Wilson that the aggressive tax collection program which has been building up the state's finances over the past few years has been so successful that, already there is in the state treasury enough money to pay the next monthly installment which means that for the first time in history the school system will receive on time the year's final monthly distribution of the $12,265.984 annual state school aid and there will be no need of any Florida teacher or bus driver going into vacation period unpaid. MEDICINE CABINET ( / llka-Sehzer Trr Alk-S.lt..r for Headache, "Moraine After" Acalac HUCIM, ACM laaicesttea. PIMHII, prompt, effective. 39* and <•. ONEQDAY T A M I N ^\ TABLE Hiirh Vitamin potency at low coat— ONB-A-DAY Vitamin Tablet*. A and D tablet* in the yellow box—B-Coaaplcx tablets in the rey box. Tension. ^~ P". Ml Lt ^~^> YNERVINI V For Sleeplessness. Irritability. Haadacae. aad en, when due to Neraaoa Una aatr aa directed. J He will APPRECIATE your vote and support RE-ELECT R. P. TERRY AS School Board Member (Board of Public Instruction Dade County, f-'l.i i DISTRICT No. '.{ % %  ii,is been District %  *• represent*tivtfor seven years-* yu have invented in him an* events have proven it i sound investment. The near future will bring perplexing problems You will rerriw :t


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LnY. APRIL 28, l9tA face Facts • Br Alexander F. Millet Florida Regional Director Ant i. Defamation League t aere are two letters which tail thi'i/ own story: 4 John li. Moran Best Mcdford. Mass. PfLiS'your ad in Sunday's paLrthatv"" want a house here in %  Miami 1 will rent you my home LKu are entile and have a Ehrt?maTd. 1 do not rent to K or allow negro maids to five in the h ouse." •Dear Mr. A '. i"wish i thank you for your -cent letter giving me full particulars about your home which •ou Offer for rent. From the Criotion I gather that it is a fery desirable place located in ig good section. "HoweV( r, there is one point that does not appeal to me. You Mate you would not consider a ewish tenant or permit a nero maid to live on the premises. y ou get Mr. A, I was brought jp in a Christian home and have lways tried my best to actually ractise the teachings of my hurch. There is little that I now concerning the negroes, ,ther than that they, too, were reated in HIS image. But. from r.y Bible I have learned that ewish history, civilization and ulture predates that of Christijuty by thousands of years. As }od's chosen people, the Jews ave made the greatest spiritual ontribution to the world. In pite of centuries of persecution iy some professed "Christians" hey have also contributed their hire to every other field of progs that man has achieved to ate. Thus, to my way of thinking, linking the two races togeher as undesirable is unjust, to y the least. "I consider discrimination gainst any people because of ace, color oi creed strictly foridden by our Lord and contrary 0 the Bill of Rights and the institution of the USA. I think h person ought to be judged mieiy by his or her individual MS. "1 apologise for delaying my eply. Frankly. I was undecided 1 to whether or not it would e proper to exercise my thoughts y the subject Finally, I cons£B' u %  •nubie rental on lease. M. GILLER, Aat. 1448 Wih. Ave., Phone 5-5875 HAT HEN HERE (ThlH column IH conducted by the Creuter Miami Jewish Federation In cooperation with The Jewish Florldlan aii a community ecrvlce. To Inform the community of your organization's ." %  iivitici and to avoid conflicts In dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Monday. May 1st Temple Israel Sisterhood, regular meeting, Temple Israel, 12:30 p.m.; Jewish study Kruup, ages 14 to 18. sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Kduo'ition In cooperation with the Town 'Y\ 1567 S. W. 5th Bt, 7:30 to 9:30 p m Council of Jewish woman, Miami BeoUon. board of directors, Federation office. 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 2nd lladassah. Miami Chapter, board meeting, 2.p.m.; National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, regulai meeting, t p.m.: Temple Israel board meeting, H p.m. Wednesday, May 3rd National Council of Jewish Women, regular meeting; Workmen's Circle Branch No. 6H2. regular membership meeting. 8:10 p.m. Thursday, May 4th Sunday School teacher's group Sponsored by the llureau of Jewish Education, Miami Ueach Jewish Center, S p.m. Sunday. May 7th "T" Federation Frolics. Y.M & YW'HA of Miami. 1567 8. W. 5th St., s p.m.; lladassah, Miami chapter, regular meeting. 2 p.m.; Jewish study grow;., ages 14 to 18. sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education In cooperation with the Town "Y." 1567 s. W. 5th Street. 7 SO to 9:30 p.m. BAKER LAST TEN YEARS HEAD OF HOSPITAL The Government of the United Stales will use sll its power and prestige to save the victims of Nazi persecution who can still be saved, John W. Pehle, Executive Director of the War Refugee Board (right) told a recently-held Midwest Conference of the Joint Distribution Committee in Chicago. Mr. Pehle is shown addressing the conference, which was attended by 600 community leaders from Illinois and nine neighboring state*. Paul Baerwald, J.D.C. Chairman, is shown at left. Mr. Pehle's address was the highlight of a two-day conference in which plans were discussed for the expenditure of at least $17,000,000 by the J.D.C. during 1944 for its work of Jewish relief, rescue and rehabilitation overseas. ELECTION OF OFFICERS EPPERSON'S CAMPAIGN TO BE HELD ON MAY 3 TAKES ON NOVEL TURN Senator J. Edwin Baker has spent the last 10 years as superintendent of the Crippled Children's Hospital of Florida at Umatilla. "He is the leading candidate for governor that has seen fit to endorse President Franklin Delano Roosevelt," Abe Aronovitz, a staunch friend and supported, stated. "The present world situation and the past war period makes this essential for the sake of humanity and though there are many other reasons, because of this one alone, I urge all of my friends and fellow citizens to vote for Senator J. Edwin Baker for governor," Aronovitz stated. Election of officers will take place at the regular monthly meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, scheduled for May 3, at 2 p. m. at the YM&WHA, 1 Lincoln j Road, Miami Beach. Annual reports will be given by the various committee chairmen, and will be followed by a musical program. Members are urged to make their reservations for the installation luncheon by contacting Mrs. I. G. Kobley, in charge of arrangements, or the Council office. The affair will be held Tuesday, May 9, at 12:30 p. m. at the Wofford hotel. The board will meet Monday, May 1, at 10 a. m. at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation office, 1002 Congress Building. Clyde A. Epperson's campaign for congress took a new and novel turn this week when it was announced that more than 100 rallies will be held simultaneously on Friday at 7:30 p. m. with a meeting in virtually every one of Dade county's 114 precincts. At 7:45 p. m. the gatherings will be addressed for 15 minutes by Candidate Epperson over radio station WFTL. Epperson said today the county-wide series of rallies probably was the most extensive example of volunteer support ever accorded a candidate in any race in south Florida. He expected the plan would extend to Collier and Monroe counties. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. Elect MARTIN GENET PRACTICING ATTORNEY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Miami Beach. District 5 Honest. Trustworthy Capable— "I pledge you that I will conduct the office in %  manner of which you will be proud." (Paid Pol Adv.) CLYDE A. EPPERSON EX-SERVICEMAN. Member American Legion. Wounded15 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 platform; and because of his pledge to co-operate wholly with our Commander-in-Chief. Clyde 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. Psld for by Friends *7OPS f*L mm ** TONIGHT. areybounds in Vrfhei* m • —is disP lBY 9,6 in ten cta-*their color. I tBi sing — """* except SundaysTOST TIME 8 P. M. DAILY DOUBLE 2nd 3rd RACES 10 R*A C E S NIGHTLY OUI NIELAS EVERY RACE ADMISSION 85c NO MINOIS ADMITTED TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAVNE Tske Miami Transit Due No. 10 out to N. W. 7th Avenus and 103rd St.; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Ave. to 107th Street; or Opa-Locka bus out N. W. 7th Avs. to 115th Street. Free trsnsportstion from these [points to track. MM IT i TRACK 115th Street Between N E 2nd and N. W 7th Aves i I %  i



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PAGE FOURTEEN CALDWELL CONFIDENT OF VICTORY TUESDAY Tallahassee.—Millard Caldwell is "finishing strong" as the campaign for governor goes into the last few days of the first lap. his headquarters reports. Caldwell has spent 75 working days on tour in his tirst primary campaign. He has delivered 246 public talks or speeches of a political nature, has addressed 12 groups, organizations or civic clubs on subjects other than politics, never referring to his candidacy in any of these, and has made 16 personal radio talks. many of them over statewide hookups. Totaling the communities visited in the interest of his candidacy, whether to speak or confer with supporters and otners.. Caldwell has made 291 public appearances since he started on tour ,n February. He has taken out no rest period except bunaavs but he still argues with his headquarters if he isn't scheduled for more than five speeches m a Monday night from 10:45 to 11 00 o'clock. Caldwell will speak over the radio from Tampa on a statewide Mutual network. Buy U. S. Stamps and Bonds. To Bigotry No Sanction VOTE FOR W. D. (Bill) JOYCE For Sheriff i Paid Political A6\ by Friend*) ELECT TROY C. DAVIS STATE REPRESENTATIVE (LEGISLATURE) GROUP TWO Miami lawyer 20 y. an •an World War I. Patron of Dade County Schools. Active in civic and welfare work. Democratic Primary. May 2. 1944 i bi i.Co Elrj SI • JACKSON ANNOUNCES REPRESENTATIVE IDEAS H. M. Jackson, candidate for state representative, group two, %  announced his platform to inelude: ,, 33 1/3 percent increase(for *u public school teachers-no ntw tax needed. Another state-owned institution for the feebU and unsound. A more equal distribution of our Dade county school mom. Fair and co-operative attitude regarding labor unions As past president merchants organization and owner of 5 dnu, stores I am qi.ai.f.od and wifl protect the business man from unfair tax burd( ns. ADade county derives greatest financial benefit from its agriculture areas, I shall aid OUT farmers with theii ever-mcreasI ing problems. .. \s state rperesentative i win vote to CO-opt rate with Washington in matching dollars SO that we may be proud in Florida for our part in assisting the aged. Jackson has been active in Civic affairs and was founder and past president Merchants Emei g< my Organization which was responsible for defeat of the gTOSS receipt tax ot Florida. Jerusalem (FNS)-Arieh Ben Eliezer. a representative of the American Emergency Committee £save the Jewish people of Europe, was arrested here last week during a police raid on revisionist institutions. Elect U. T.WEBB FOR Constable DISTRICT ONE BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beit Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best raiDAY : APM ^ || Your SU P*AP^^ I pledge Honest. Efficient Courteous and Full Time Attention to the duties of this important office. KIMBALL FOR IUSTICE OF THE PEACE 5th DISTRICT Subject to Democratic Primaries Endorsed by Many Prominent Citixsni PLEASE PULL LEVER 1SB (Paid l'i.|. Aih j Keep on buying War Boruk ^Hl. TtjGUST BROS RVf IS the HESTf FOR (Paid Pol Adv.) ELECT He M. and Support J I M HICKLAND CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE Fifth District (Miami Beach — Surfsido Golden Beach) QUALIFICATIONS *20 years law enforcement officer in Dade county HONEST—CAPABLE—EFFICIENT Resident and Taxpayer of Miami Beach for 22 years Pull Down Lever 20-A Political Adv. Paid for by Friends U.S. SENATE JACKSON Millard B. CONKLIN "THE DEFENDER OF AMERICANISM" Subject to Democratic Primary —Headquarters— 1019 Security Building (Paid Pol. .Wv ) "FOR ACTION" YOUR STATE Representative Group 2 "ALL DADE COUNTY VOTERS VOTE FOR JACKSON" (Paid Pol. Mv. by Prienda) JUDGE J. OLLIE CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR (?RKK tyPCMURCH PIE06ES HIS C$\ TWO SONS THEY WILL RETURM '~^' V -^ ROM WAR TO A CHEATER AND MORE UNITED FLORIDA. POCTBAII^ CAPTAIN DUVAL COUNTY HIGH 1913 HAHIY YOUTH SMT IN ELORIPAS fORBTS WB* MTHIR DAVIS FERNAMDWA 1920 Q^EPRESENTfD NASSAU COUNTY IN 6TAU LEGISLATURE. 192 i ; ffidSvtSujf mjSmvisM BttAMt MAYOR Of ,. — FTFPT maOTn mSZEllibS*** &*TEinwos.sT.joi.s.BjRA*ut_ ELECT FRANK D. UPCHURCH GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA" This advertising ,s being paid for by f„,nH. .„ Frank D Upchurch CANDIDATE FOR U. S. Senator FOR— FREE ENTERPRISE AND DEMOCRACY AGAINST REGIMENTATION AND BUREAUCRACY VOTE FOB (Paid M. Adv. M Fr" nd



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prnAY^APRIL 28, 1944 IrHAPPEXL OPPOSED TO ffioNmCONGRESS %  Voting to keep Franklin D. Roosevelt in the White House and Km ame time sendin Pat Jannon to congress where, as he nublicly admitted he opposed L President 85 per cent ot the fme' is. >" e ffect \. h .e. same as I ""^ntanly disfranchising oneW"DanChappcU. candidate for l*TJ in the Fourth district. kef red this week in a radio adl^e records will show that I Las largely instrumental in mSoducing and having enacted ISbSSi as the first Florida IrrioDled Children's bill, the counI iv unit system which guarantees I'very child an eight-month free loublic school education, the I Homestead Exemption amendment and the pan-mutuel racing I bill which brought enormous mIcome to South Florida and proIvided the monies from which the +Jewis§i Ik r Hun PAGE FIFTEEN state old age pension is still being paid. This week Chappell's candidacy was endorsed by the Miami Beach Democratic association, Hialeah City Council and Civic club, the Flamingo Democratic club and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Keep on buying War Bonds. for REST CONVALESCENCE ."JCHRONICCASES TUami un-RqyPark Health Resort ilMO rO •OOKIIT1 WHYS* Ml AMI %  W IU..1IB o> 10-COUttrLOBIOA U-Steel C. W. PETERS TO LEGISLATURE GROUP No. 3 Subject to Democratic Primary Only Candidate for Legislature With Law Making Experience Record of Outstanding Service Public Schools — Old Age Pensions Demands Fullest Opportunities ior Returning Service Men i i (Paid Political Adv.) UPCHURCH CITES NEED FOR SERVICEMEN NOW Ocala. — With disabled and wounded Florida service men streaming homeward at the rate of 1,500 a month, there is an immediate need for aid to veterans of this war now, as well as in postwar years, Frank D. Upchurch, candidate for governor, declared in a campaign speech here. "We already had more than 15,000 returned service men from this war in the state, many of them with problems requiring the attention of the Veterans' bureau at Washington. The new influx of veterans of this war has created an even greater problem of today rather than tomorrow. "Consequently," Upchurch said, "we should furnish added facilities and help, without delay, to the four state service officers who are available in Florida now to help former service men and veterans of this war. "Unless this is done many of those who were called away from their regular employment and placed in the armed services will suffer and so will their wives and children. I propose to do something about this now rather than merely talk about it," Upchurch declared. "All of us agree that we must concentrate on winning this war now, but in the meantime we cannot neglect those who offered their services and who, because of the fortunes of war, have been returned to us wounded and disabled. We must act without further delay to help those who have come back ahead of the Peace," Upchurch said. Keep on buying War Bonds. / Endorse Chastain! This coming Tuesday, May 2, upon the eve of the primary, when it is the duty of every citizen and American to participate in exercising the privilege of this great democracy we will go to the polls and cast our ballots for those we believe to be best fitted for their respective positions. I feel it incumbent as a citizen to inform my many friends and acquaintances of my knowledge of an individual who is seeking to serve the office of sheriff of Dade County, one of the major positions to be filled in this campaign. It is the background and capability of R. B. (REGGIE) CHASTAIN that I want to call to the attention of you voters of Dade County. I have known Mr. Chastain for more than 15 years rather intimately and have had many associations with him all of which proved him conclusively to be a gentleman of high calibre and unquestioned integrity as well as of excellent capability. For the past three years, it has been my privilege to serve with Mr. Chastain on one of the Selective Service Boards and this has thrown our association even closer, giving me the opportunity of watching Mr. Chastain in action. I have seen him in all of his activities as an individual oi even temper, calm deliberation, clear thought, capable judgment and logical expression. He is far-sighted and can forsee future 'planning for present activities. In all of his organization work and his eleven years of service as a constable and law enforcement officer, I have found him ever ready to serve his community and fellow men in as liberal and as genuine a manifestation as one human could ask of another. I heartily recommend and endorse the candidacy of R. B. (REGGIE) CHASTAIN as sheriff for Dade County on Tuesday, next. I have no personal interest or connection with Mr. Chastain in any form whatsoever, nor am I seeking, or do I need_ any privileges that might be derived from the office for which he seeking. I strive only to inform my fellow voters of the intimate knowledge of Mr. Chastain and all that he represe£ts and stands for. I am fully confident that when we elect "E^^ CHASTAIN as our next sheriff we will have a man that we can depend upon and whose record will make us proud oi our selection. Sincerely, (Pol. Adv. paid for by Nat Roth) NAT ROTH. Elect Chastain Sheriff! ELECT W. M. (Newt) Hudson CONSTABLE DISTRICT No. 1 OF DADE COUNTY "THE WORKING MAN'S FRIEND" (Paid Political Adv.) ELECT RICHARD "CHUBBY" OELKERS T O STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP TWO RICHARD "CHUBBY" OELKERS IS A MERCHANT— NOT A POLITICIAN. HE HAS OWNED AND OPERATED SEVERAL STORES IN THE MIAMI BUSINESS SECTION FOR THE PAST 14 YEARS. IF ELECTED OELKERS PROMISES TO RUN THE STATE GOVERNMENT AS HE WOULD HIS OWN PERSONAL BUSmESS. (Paid Political Adv. by Friends) VAL C. CLEARY FOR County Commissioner If you vote in Dade County you can vote for Val C. Cleary (Paid Political Adv. by Friends) i (Paid Pol. Adv. by Friends) RE-ELECT B. IBRBE) 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. Protect your franchise—Go to the polls Tuesday and vote.



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: %  / PAGE EIGHT 9-JewlsiTncr/^jn___ FRIDAY. APRIL 28, B'NAI B'RITH NOTES -byMARX FEINBERG As Dale Cn*. .-aid.say. | between^ B^ffrith JjgJ In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami area arc as follows. Miami Beach Jewish Community !" Center Kabbalas Shabby Seivice at 7:15 p. m. Friday. April 28th. Saturday morning %  £ %  will be held at 9 o'clock. Rabbi Lehrman will speak at that time 1M "TheCurseol Moral ^prosy Cantor Louis Hayman will chanl the service. Junior Congregation at io a. in. Shalos Sudoa at r:io Franc • m ^ n Yo !" ^ co ; d i Viiy"'inreive an importanl mi ssage from vitcd. p. in. Beth ,(.(-1*1 (ill niif\'i mi'i .,....-r _our nation's capital. Please hsno knowledge. So if any of your the equality %  I minority groups brothers have anything of particshould not ular interest, such as the birth of I pa i attitudi ugm i <' %  pound boy. or something disinterest It v 'which might appioach that in each ol %  i importance, and I receive notice Justice M of same. 1 will be very happy afelr hearing to proclaim the word. In a con: Last Tuesday evening, the Miion girls on ami Beach Y was forced to supdistrict of B'nai Brit a Mian ply standing room only to the girl, S Schwartz, woi brothers for the first Hiliel sponthi first pi i trip to sored program. The entertain-' Chicago to rsl B'na ment was excellent and shows)B'rith girls that the membership needed and | Scrwart: appreciated more cultural activi• B'nai B'rith or of fu i nnn • our youth, which uirccitizi nrj re l itioi Let i nci urage these boj rid a i : ther Miami ioks like his mentioi Rosetta Klein and Edith Cohen It ild. therefon %  .• to that maybe our youth an assuming the reins of leadership prematurely. (As i of fact the little fellow is a spittin' image of his old man.) i ties in the organization The musical and dramatic numbers snowed thorough coaching and pri paration and everyone i ent enthusiastically r< i eivi d ea< h : irmance. These type of programs should l" encouraged in the future (Incidentally, tluy say that the lather.) On May 7th at 3:00 p. m. the %  al installation of the Brmvard Countv B'nai B'rith Lodge Will be held at the Seldon Hotel at Hollywood Beach. The Miami Lodtic has ''ecu delegated to formally install this lodge and) a large delegation is planning to BEACH Y HAS ANNUAL 11 """""^ELECTION OF OFFICERS A motorcade is being organized and all brothers are being urged to arrange to attend this installation bv calling Milton Friedman at 3-4728 or the B'nai B'rith office and indicate your ability to attend. You will receive your instructions as to transportation neighboring Lodge be impressed J'.^,'',"Y T"< "****• with our since the futura' w,tn Martha Susskind as assistAt the first meeting of the) board of directors of the Miami Beach "Y" following their elec-l tion, the election of new officers for the coming year took place.; Harry Zukernick was re-electedI chairman. Nat H. Hankoff was I ant secretary. will command close cooperation REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH I Bu V w ar Bonus and Sumps and I Insure Your Tomorrow. 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 MEDIUM READER WHO TELLS YOU WHAT YOU WISH TO KNOW i >aed Wednc sday, How %  in lo i J reading, $2 Mile biu to end f line, walk J block! s/eat, or ride bua l : to door I'hone 7 -43s.", fui appointment. 901 N. W. 79th STREET David: Friday evening ., rvice at 7:15. Saturday morning regular servici al 30 Junior Congregation i0:30 a m AI this time Rabbi Max Shapiro will xpound the portion ol the aw Beth Jacob: Friday evening ice at 7. Saturday morning .. n ices at 7 and 9. Rabl i Mos< Mescheloff's sermon on Sato ning will b( St Birth. Cantor Maui ii i Mamches will Shal S ai 7:15 p. m Minnionain service and communal br< akfast Sunday morning at 9:30. Ti mple Israi Ral I i Jacob Tarsnish's sc rmon on Friday i vi v. ill be "What is the Diff< I i :.>, Bi twei n "i thodox and Re Judaism?" Reception will | ervici s, I larei Zedek: K a b b a rvice at 7:15 p. m. Fnlaj S nioi Sai bath morning 5I pvii i inAH : i mu I roral students friei an i specially invited to attend Sabbath morn%  < s .'. hich l egin at 10:3u. After the Junior speaker, Kabbi Simon Aprils sermon will be S| ritual Leprosy." Junior servici will close with the singing j of Ahnmi Zmirous, At 6 p. m, n April conducts a ission on the Ethics of the Fathers, followed by Shalos S'udos and afternoon and evening services. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Talmud Torah classes [ are in session daily under the supervision of Rabbi Simon April.! Miami Jewish Orthodox Conj gregation: Services are scheduled for Friday at 7:15 p. m. and Sat-1 urday at 9 a. ni. and 7:15 p. m. j Daily services at 8:30 a. in. and I 7:25 p. m. Beth Sholom Center: Services are scheduled for Friday evening at 8:15. Guest speaker will be Rev Joseph Barth of the First Unitarian Church of Miami. He will speak on "Force for Peace e." i Cantor Abraham Friedman will I chant the liturgical portion of the service and lead the congregational sinning. Mrs A. Frankel Will be hostess at the social after! the service. Sabbath morning services will start at 9:30. Cantor Friedman will officiate. Kiddush will be said after the services. OBITUARIES DAVID SOLOMAN David B. Soloman. 68. of 1828 S W 9 3rd Terrace, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon while visiting friends on Miami Beach. He came t„ Miami from Philadelphia two and a half years ago to make his home h.re. The late Mr. Solo,„,„, v. as a diamond broker He. was a member Of Temple Israel. Miami, a liff member of the Philadelphia Lodge of Elks No. 2 and a member of the William U Schneider Masonic Lodge of Pennsylvania Graveside Masonic services will be given by Biscayne Bay Lodge 124 F & A. M. Interment will take place in the family plot at Mt. Nebo cemetery. He is survived by tour sons: Lewis of Miami: Morris of Philadelphia; Kmanuel of Atlantic City; and Charles of Detroit. Funeral services will take place at the Palmer Funeral Chapel Friday at 2:30 p. m. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish of Temple 1 rael will officiate. HEBREW CALENDAT Roth Hodeih Sivan T u.. Shabuot "I '* %  *• 1 OSCAR WEINER The body of Oscar Weiner. 59 of 2922 Flamingo Drive. Miami Beach, who died Tuesday at his home, will be sent to Chicago for services and burial, by Riverside Memorial chapel. A resident for eight years, coming here from Chicago, he is survived by lour brothers and three sisters. For Victory—Buy and keep on buying bonds! DESIRABLE ROOM for rent to middle aged woman. Conveniently located, privileges, reasonable. 1709 Jefferson Avenue MIAMI BEACH Buy War Savings Bonds. EAGLE'S NEST CAMP BREVARD. NORTH CAROLINA ior MIAMI GIRLS. 6 to 16 Miami Supervisors Call Miss Dubler or Miss Sond. Directors. 2 6423 &4Xt ED BAKER YOUR NEXT Governor BUSINESSMAN CIVIC LEADER You CAN have CONFIDENCE in Ed Baker iPaid Politic*] A.lv.) E. L. Allsworth Will Appreciate Your Vote For DADE COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District No. 4 QUALIFICATIONS Twenty-four years busmen (i. penence. Trustee f-om Tan Qiit. rict No. 2 for 6 years. Active Mi. ami CIVIC affairs s nee 1922. Put president Miami Retail Merchant!' Ass'n.. also r'loiid.i Furntut Dealers' Ass'n. PROGRAM Proposes a business.like adm.r.n. tration with close harmony among Board Members, whereby they can act as a board of directors and the superintenaent's office carry out the details of the PUNS LAID DOWN BY TH,-. BOARD, (Paid Pol Hi ul Ad\ i Keep on buying War Bonds. 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. 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PPTHAY. AP Rg %  1944 miDSON IS CANDIDATE IJJDISTRICTNUMBER 1 is ssri ?as*e buS Hc^ndistrict 1. c0 {ff^Jame _to^ Miami from Vote For and Support FARLOW STATE LEGISLATURE Subject to Democratic Primary 1'olitfc.il All I 'a III for by Krlends IN EVERY CAMPAIGN from EVERY PLATFORM I. M. Lee Declared: Til exhaust every remedy at law to collect the vast sums oi evaded delinquent taxes." + *<*,%t IkriJnr PAGE ELEVEN HE GOT THE MONEY $10,000,000 Delinquent. Disputed and Litigated Taxes TO REDUCE YOUR TAXES And the cost including lawyer's fees, averaged less than 6% Jhe lowest collection cost in h lory for delinquent taxes. Could it be that this policy nd these collections caused opposition to develop 3inst him at tha last minu,e? He has been unable ,0 trace it to any other source. Georgia 10 years ago, and has been associated with Jack Davis Motors at 1016 W. Flagler St. He was educated at Riverside Military, Gainesville, Ga., and Mercer university, Macon, Ga. He is a member of the Methodist church and belongs to Moose lodge. He is married and has two children. Prior to his present business affiliation Hudson was sales manager for Luby Chevrolet and Southland Motors, with which firms he began his business activities upon arrival in Miami 10 years ago. "I place myself on record that if elected constable of District 1, that 1 will make it my business to arrest the owner of any place that serves or allows to be served, any beer, wine, etc., to any minor," Hudson stated. Your county juvenile department is under-manned and if elected I will make myself another assistant to that department in this work. I have children of my own and I sure don't want them raised under these conditions. If these conditions are unknown to you, just consult public records of the juvenile court about it." R. R. COMMISSIONER IS SEEKING RE-ELECTION W B. "Babe" Douglass, member of the Florida Railroad Commission and formerly a popular sheriff and law enforcement officer in Columbia county, is seeking reelection as Railroad Commissioner in the Democratic primary next May. In his announcement Mr. Douglass stated: "I am indeed grateful to my many friends in all sections of the State for the unusually large vote given me in previous elections. In seeking re-election as a member of the commission I wish to reiterate previous statements that if I am re-elected I will continue 'to administer the law fairly and impartially to everyone appearing belore our board. Only recently, these friends point out. Douglas was instrumental in obtaining a reduction in long distance toll rates which effected a saving to the people of approximately $266,600 a year, also in having the time in which reduced night rates apply on long distance calls in Florida extended one hour. This brings an estimated saving of $185,000 per annum to the people. During the present war emergency matters vitally affecting the war effort come before our commission daily. I feel that the experience I have gained as a member of the commission will enable me to solve these problems in such a manner that the solution will be of the greatest benefit to the people and the war effort. JELLY MANUFACTURER PLANS 7-STORY EDIFICE Henry Cotbs, world known manufacturer of jams, jellies and citrus concentrates, orange-grapefruit grower and shipper, plans a seven-story building at the northeast corner of Lincoln road and Washington ave., having leased the site for $1,450,000 for 97 years. Keep on buying War Bonds. HOUSEHOLDER ASKING FOR GOVERNOR'S JOB Sanford.—Pledging himself to the service of the people and full and unreserved adherence to the laws as enacted by the people through their chosen representatives, without trying to run everybody else's business. State Senator Ernest F. Householder, for thirty-six years a resident of Seminole county, announced his candidacy for Attorney General of the State. A native of Polk county. Senator Householder graduated from the University of Florida and began the practice of law'in Sanford in 1913. He has served the people of his home county as county judge, prosecuting attorney, city commissioner, mayor, representative and senator in the legislature, and attorney for the county board. You owe it to yourself to go to the polls Tuesday and vote. Vote as your conscience dictates —but vote. J *is record of service meets W Qp P roval an d if you want continued Tax-Law Enforcement v O T E FOR J. M. LEE F State Comptroller W £ d r t,sement paid for ^ J M. Lee and Friends) m if ml mi P b*SJfc 1S§ IS, & > m 8 ink "11*13 Kill! mm urn nils 8 1/ Mi ill 1 s** til' m fctj >• him* IJllilP N mm? %  £tk"i mm mm *2l5it* >A iliiit sas^s II i** J M'llfi* Urn mm mm i feC Mill' m vis Mill N 5! Is < % £ rui. AUV.)


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LmiY. AHUL 28, H knisttkrkJian PAGE THXHTEEN rnAHAM IS CONFIDENT I ^PRIMARY RESULTS H'^mest R Graham, candiSen £? governor, was heading ia,e No th and West Florida for final northern swing of his i,on which will carry him am m P PensSla to Jacksonville V r l r he will address a statewide tiff SdTencc Saturday night, r nH be back in his home county a ? nVdc for another statewide K Ik on the eve of election. 1 Two major factors are responsible for the farmer business min's optimism. First is the l?S 185 registration in his home untyof Dade, the highest pnIrnarv registration on record, and IS which his political observers II Graham will get at least 70 l.r cent, and second the recepl&n his proposals for all-Florida Iprosperity have met in all sections of the state, particularly in Ijacksonv.lle and West Florida, Ihis friends emphasize. I "bade political observers estimate that 100,000 votes will put la candidate in the second priImary. and Graham, they are confident, is a certainty in view of line tremendous block of votes Iwith which he will leave his Ihome county. They also point lout that in 1942, a Dade counItian seeking the congressman-atllarge seat polled 87,000 votes and Ihis campaign was a desultory effort compared to that of the dynamic Graham. That the Dade %  senator will poll at least the neclessary 13.000 more votes is a %  foregone conclusion, they say. I "I am confident of being jn Ithe second primary," said GraIham. "and I am confident I will Ibe Florida's next governor, for Ithe reception my proposals have Imet in every section of the state. 1 convinces me that Floridians are determined, as I am, that our path to permanent prosperity for all-Florida lies along united cooperation with every section of Florida working in the closest harmony." INCREASED GRANTS RAISES STATE'S OLD-AGE PAYROLL Jacksonville.—As Hie result of increased grants authorized by the State Welfare Board. Dade County s old-age assistance paySSf.i 01 Apnl a *Rregated $75,280.50, or at the rate of $903,366 P2F..X 6 ?*! ,? s compared with $61,550 for March, State Welfare Commissioner Leland W Hiatt announced here today. The amount was the largest for a single month since the payment of public assistance was begun in 1937. .•• %  JOYCE PLEDGES FULL ENFORCEMENT OF LAW County Purchasing Agent W. JJ. Joyce, who is a candidate for sheriff, declared Saturday that no man can be put into the sheritJ s office by organized gamblers and racketeers and then have the slightest chance to be free to keep his promise to enforce the "People lose confidence in selfgovernment," Joyce continued in a campaign statement, "when the very officers sworn to uphold the law are active in protecting its violations. A good buy is a United States War Bond. Buy them often and back fighting men with fighting dollars. FOR A TRUE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ELECT GEORGE SCHWARTZ JUSTICE OF PEACE DISTRICT 5 Subject to May Primaries (Paid Political Adv.) %  Re-Elect CLAUDE PEPPER teks Second Full Term in the United States Senate CLAL'DE PEPPER •n has worked hard to wrve Florida with credit. • He worked to prepare ua to Wend ourselves against the war which he saw was eominr. • He has made rood by any <** rule of estimate n-*, ta ^ next m *!L: iU hd > "ri the *r of the Foreign EeUns Committee. 'Rst ^ mb l r o 'the Senate iL^MMs'ifii o : M—* % %  ISM n ?lelw %  Next Tuesday is Primary Election Day. No matter how—VOTE. ELECT LEX GREEN GOVERNOR ^Me ^rrai C^ach ~/rdi vancewien< -— Congress man-at-Large— 2 Years Congressman— -2nd District—18 Years County Judge—Bradford County—4 Years Member, Speaker pro tern—Fla House Representatives 1 Chief Clerk—^Florida House of Representatives Assistant Chief Clerk—Florida House of Representatives I Messenge r—^FIorido House of Representatives Lawyer ^^^ £ l I Teacher—Vice President, Florida Educational Association Farmer' > Born, Bradford County, Florida, February 10/1892 JJU -AUtity, £*p*rUnc< and JJiak Sntearitf Warrants tk. Promotion of <£* Qmm to Qovmor of Zflorid* ifY fBHN WILL SPEAK TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA FRIDAY, APRIL 28. AT 7:30 P. W. ^ATURDAY APRIL 29, AT 10 P. M. MONDAY. MAY I. AT 9:30 P. M. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 9 AT 10 A M OVER STATIONS WRUF* WFTL WPDQ WTSP WWPG • WDLR (Paid Pol. Adr.) i i



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PAGE TEN &f Jen 1stHer Mian £WDAY. APRIL 28, FROM ALL FLORIDA FROM NORTH FLORIDA A Jr FROM WEST FLORIDA! W^&S FROM BAST FLORIDA! FROM SOUTH FLORIDA! THE WORD FROM THE PEOPLE IS GRAHAM WILL BE GOVERNOR Because The People Know That THE WORD FROM THE PEOPLE IS GRAHAM WILL BE GOVERNOR Because The People Know Thai GRAHAM IS A BUILDER! AS GOVERNOR GRAHAM WILL BUILD: • A BETTER CITIZENSHIP through his Public Education, Public Health, Child Welfare, and Old Age Assistance Programs. • GREATER INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS with his Plan for New and Better Public Roads, Parks, and Public Buildings. • A SOUND STABLE FINANCIAL STRUCTURE with Ample Funds without New or Increased Taxes, resulting from his Over-All Development Program. • A MORE PRODUCTIVE AGRICULTURE with his Crop and Livestock Production and Marketing Plan. • MORE INDUSTRY AND LABOR through Conversion of Present War Industries and Development of New Industries. • GREATER TOURIST TRADE FOR ALL FLORIDA with his Program for Advertising and Promotion of Intra-State as well as Inter-State Travel. r* For the Boys and Girls Who Will Come Home After Victory for Florida's Future FLORIDA NEEDS A BUILDER SUCH A MAN BY TRAINING-BY HIS PROVEN EXPERIENCE AS A PRO CRESSIVE AND SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN AND STATE SENATOR—IS ERNEST R. GRAHAM PA* POLITICAL SSa!£^SSS^^^^S "^ H M "'"" W> MARClE "HERMAN. YOUR CITY COUNCILMEN



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PBEAY. A PRIL 28, 1944 • 'Jeni M fkxIdllan PAGE NINE -TIDBITS FROM EVHRYWHERBMAirtfy Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON INTERALLIED RELATIONS .... Plans are taking shape for the sending of an American Tewish delegation to the Soviet Union, under the auspices of he American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. %  • • Tne delegation, we're told, will include a prominent Zionist leader The first American entertainer to put on a show for Marshal Tito's Yugoslavian guerrilla troops was John Garfield, who has just returned from his jaunt overseas. May 5th is the publication date for "My Lives in Russia" by Markusha Fischer, wife of Louis Fischer ... She picked that date because both her sons (no, they aren't twins; will celebrate their birthdays then. Hugo Weisgal, son of Baltimore's cantor Abba Weisgal, is helping cement American-British relations. • • Stationed in England with the American Army, he has on several occasions conducted the London Symphony Orchestra in Albert Hall, and is making a great hit over there. .In fact, Dr. Chaim Weizman, after attending one of his concerts, got in touch with him to congratulate him and to invite him to conduct the Palestine Symphony Orchestra in some concerts after the war is over. OVER HERE We hope you didn,'t miss Frank Gervasi's recent article, in Collier's, on the Jews as fighters in this war Which reminds us to tell you that a correspondent reports that at the Shriner's convention at Kansas City last month there was a big parade, with decorated cars and alland one of the cars featured a banner proclaiming: "Onward, Christian soldiers! Jews make uniforms." Boston's Police Commissioner Thomas F. Sullivan, who last week admitted that the present antiSemitic campaign in Boston is "an organized attack," is trying to withdraw his statement. What pressure is changing his mind for him, we wonder? .... PALESTINE NOTES .... Washington political salons are these days entertaining Col. Vincent Sheean, author of "Personal History," etc., now here on leave from Italy. Sheean, who a few years ago spoke cf the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem as a fine and wise humanitarian, still is very pro-Arab. ... He does his best, we hear, to convert pro-Zionist Senators and Congressmen to the anti-Zionist viewpoint. The Mufti himself, you'll be glad to hear, has been forced by Allied bombers to move from Berlin to Saxony. And he has just issued an appeal to the Moslem world to hold prayer meetings for seven days to ask lor the success of Adolf Hitler's forces. Es Werd garnit helfen. Must reading on the Palestine guestion is Emanuel Neumann's "Zionism and the Arab World," which is the text of Neumann's testimony before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives Have you seen the fascinating little booklet put out by the Chain Weizmann Research Foundation in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Daniel SMI Research Institute at Rehovoth, Palestine? Don't miss it ii you want to be up-to-date on the important discoveries Jewish scientists have been making there, with particular emphasis on vital war materials of which the Allies had been suffering a shortage. FOR LIBERTY There's a new Liberty Ship named ihe Harry L. Gluckman, after the late executive director of the Jewish Welfare Board, who died six years ago. The vessel, built at Savannah, Ga., was launched the other day, with Mrs. Glucksman doing the honors. Another Liberty Ship, to go down the ways later in the spring, will be named after the late Michael Edelstein, the Congressman who died of a heart attack after delivering a fiery aefense of the Jews in reply to a defamatory oration by Representative Rankin. Sergeant Barney Ross, who has just received his medical discharge from the Marines, is planning to raise funds for a parish church for Father Frederick Gehring, the heroic chaplain of the Guadalcanal campaign. ... If and when Barney's life is filmed, by the way, the role of the prize-ring and Marine fighter will probably go to John Garfield. Have you seen the new William Wyler film? No, we don't mean another Holywood product, but Major Wyler's "Memphis Belle." which he did for the U. S. Air Force, in which he is serving. ABOUT PEOPLE Ironic twist: The lady who set up the Anisfield literary prize won by Maurice Samuel for his "World oi Sholem Alei-1 chem" is, we understand, a supporter of the Council for Juda-, ism, which is anything but Zionistic or pro-Yiddishist. .Sam-1 uel was so flabbergasted when he received, horn the Saturday j Review of Literature, the letter informing him of the award and' enclosing a check for SI,500 that he wrote to the editor of he Review: "Thanks for your letter and your check—but I still don't believe it. ." Eddie Cantor is going to be on the receiving end of some entertainment for a change early next month, when he'll be given a dinner at which he'll be honored for having raised about S100.000.OOO for charity in 35 years as an entertainer. Miss Ruth Karff, formerly of Palestine, is on the way to winning once more the United States women's chess championship. Elect An Experienced Constable Member ELKS — AMERICAN LEGION AND VET OF FOREGIN WARS HARRY S. HIGGIINS ELECT JOE CONDERMANN SHERIFF SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMABY PULL DOWN LEVER 15-A The Onlv Candidate QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE 9 YEARS CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF 18 Years of Active Law Enforcement Political Ad. I'ald for by Krlrnds VOTERS By Electing DAN CHAPPELL to CONGRESS You Get— 1—ABILITY 2—EXPERIENCE 3—HONESTY •ft 4—A VETERAN ft 5—A FIGHTER S—A PROGRESSIVE 7—A DEMOCRAT •a 8—A FRIEND • ,v Paid Political Adv. DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME S-GALLON BOTTLE S Oc CASE OF SIX x TABLE BOTTLES 7 5c >Plus Bettlf Deposit PHONE 2-4128 Your Present Constable of DISTRICT No. 5 Sunny Isle — Golden Beach Miami Beach — Suriside Taid Political Adv. REMEMBER! Your Vote Will Be OK Ay %  MHMMf WITH Able KENNETH OKA AS Justice of the Peace MAY 2. 1944 • • • Honest Experienced Paid Political Adv. DON'T SABOTAGE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY Every Democrat should vote for eight candidates to the Democratic 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. MARSHALL McGINTY \ 8 B tt < f C ? ,

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