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Democracy Democracy is a passion for justice—a loajthing for injustice —a strong moving purpose which rejoices to see men succeed and helps them to. Democracy consists —not in the right of the strong to claim and take, by force, advantages for themselves. Democracy strives to open the door of opportunity to the least privileged, to give en couragement to the dispirited and hope to the desperate —to reward the brave and daring, and to advance the virtuous of every race; religion, class, and national origin. America is, and has been, a great nation —not because it has offered rare prospects of success to some —but because it has ded icated itself to opening the way of fulfillment to all. ' ANNOUNCES ■ t. - , -V; ■ > . BHb IhH I ill§ 111 ’ ■<***«%#&*< W&iM' 11 ■gm m c MISS SARAH BRYAN Sarah Bryan Seeks Office Justice of Peace Asks For Another Term Justice of the Peace Sarah Bryan yesterday announced her candidacy for re-election, subject to the Democratic primaries in May. She resides in the Eleventh District. A veteran of 14 years in this office, and with the experience of 11 years as clerk to the late Justice of the Peace Marion B. Craig, whom she succeeded, Miss Bryan prefaced her announcement with an expression of appreciation to the residents of the district for their past confidence in her. “My court,’’ she pointed out, “is the court closest to the people; it is the average person’s first contact with the machinery of law enforce ment. I have always endeavored to administer its duties sympa thetically, with a full understand ing of the problems brought be fore me. I have considered it most important to impress those brought to this court with the dignity of the law all peace offic ers must enforce, but, at the same time, to point out that justice sometimes may best be served by conciliation rather than by punish ment.” The justice of the peace first assumed her post in 1934, after serving as a clerk in the office more than a decade. She has been a successful candidate for re election three times since. “I offer the people of my dis trict a continuation of the exper ienced service I have been able to provide in the past,” she said. "It has been a privilege to serve you.” Miss Bryan added that she will continue to extend her “full co operation to all other law en forcement officers and courts, and expressed her appreciation for a reciprocal cooperation "which has made the duties of my office easier.” RiVERVIEW MILL WORKS Frames—Sash— Doors—Cabinets Mantels and Trim PHONE 5-0564 LEM TURNER RD. ST. AUGUSTINE DAUGH TERS OF ISRAEL BENEFIT STTPPER SLATED FOR SUNDAY Mrs. N. B. Gold, president and Mrs. A. Gamsey, social chairman of the St. Augustine Daughters of Israel, cordially invite the Jewish people throughout this vicinity to a buffet supper to be held at the Synagogue on South Cordova Street on Sunday at 5 P. M. All proceeds of the affair will be given to the River Garden Home for the Aged, located at Stockton Street and Riverside j Avenue, in Jacksonville. NEW ARRIVALS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris announce the birth of a daughter, Sharon Renee, on Wednesday, February 4. Mrs. Harris is the former Miss Belle Markowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schild an nounce the birth of a daughter, Sandra Ruth, on Friday, January 30. Mrs. Schild is the former Miss Rita Beller of New York, N. Y. IDELLA BAUMSTEIN OF LAKE CITY TO WED JOSEPH LICH TER OF ST. AUGUSTINE Harry Baumstein of Lake City announces the engagement of his daughter, Idella, to Joseph Lichter of St. Augustine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Lichter of St. Aug ustine, the weding to be an event of Sunday, February 22, at the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Friends of the couple are invited to attend. Parents and Son Who Survived War Will Be Reunited When Mr. and Mrs. Alfons Melitz arrived in the United States from a DP camp in Germany in 1946, they believed their only re maining son, Bruno, who had fled, to Shanghai before the war, to be dead. Meanwhile Bruno, who had survived wartime internment under the Japanese in the Chinese seaport, had given up his parents for dead. In a few days the refugee family will be reunited in Milwaukee, W r is., where the parents are now living. Their son was to arrive in San Francisco on Monday (Feb ruary 9, 1948) aboard the S. S. "General Gordon” from Shanghai. Some women say, "How can I get more help for my home?” Others ask, “How can my home give more help?” Today is the only result of yes terday till we make it the cause of tomorrow. THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY 35 UJA LEADERS SURVEY NEEDS OF NEW JEWISH STATE Scheduled to arrive in Palestine this week following a study of Jewish needs in Europe, the United Jewish Appeal’s overseas delegation, num bering 35 American Jewish leaders, will survey at first hand the immi gration, settlement, upbuilding and security problems of the Jewish homeland. The delegation (below), shown being bid bon voyage by UJA National Chairman Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, will inspect Jewish Palestine’s new settlements such as the one shown here (right),which the UJA’s historic $250,000,000 Destiny Cam paign is helping to build to facilitate the absorption of the 75,000 Jewish displaced persons expected to enter the Jewish Homeland later this year. The 35 Jewish' leaders, who are pay ing their own way, will report to American Jewry on the programs it makes possible through its support of the UJA’s campaign on behalf of the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and United Service for New Americans. m / I i inf Opens Hebrew Institute ••••it mms : \ • HP? >Xfxy •>. '•!•.' VraisL # i DR. MAURICE LEVINE Dr. Maurice Levine, head professor of psychiatry and head of the department of psychiatry, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati, will open the Hebrew Union College Institute on "Some Aspects of Psychiatry and Re ligion” Monday, February 16th at the College. Dr. Sidney Nelson Glueck, Pres ident of the College, announced that Dr. Levine will speak on “Basic Concepts of Psychiatry.” ELECTRICIAN Hall Electric Co. Complete Electric Service “Guaranteed Service” —Phones: 5-0405 - 5-0406 GENERATORS Joe Blake Company Starters Generators Voltage Regulators-Distributors and Carb uretors Completely Rebuilt . . 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