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The Jewish Floridian ( August 14, 1942 )

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wJewisti Fiend 7a i n ICTORY 1% %  fo" 87 7 "? T/he JhBwiisih lUmiilty n ICTORY BUY VOLUME 15—No. 33 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS URGED BY LOCKER London (WNS)—The immediate formation of a Palestine regiment, in which Jews and Arabs will fight side by side, which was announced in the House of Commons by British Secretary of War Sir James Grigg, "constitutes a welcome step forward but does not by any means go sufficiently far in enlisting the full manpower of Palestine Jewry," Berl Locker, political adviser to the Jewish Agency for Palestine declared here this week. Addressing a meeting of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland, Mr. Locker said: "The unification of the existing ten Jewish companies of the Buffs (a royal British regiment) into Jewish battalions of the Palestine Regiment and the decision to recruit an additional 10,000 men opens new possibilities for the enlistment of thousands of Palestinian Jews, and there can be no doubt that the Jews of Palestie will cooperate in this set-up. "But Jewish battalions in a mixed regiment are not a Jewish fighting force, although it is assumed that they will be granted their own Jewish name and badge. The Jewish Agency will do all in its power to achieve the formation of such a force. At least 20,000 Jewish men could be enlisted in such a force, in addition to the 14,500 already serving in the army, air force and navy." PALI Federation Elects Officers for Year; Will Extend Usefulness New officers were selected Sher, and Harry Sirkin. drafting the new by-laws were Thursday evening at the Greater, Steps were taken to enIarge the Arthur Friedman and William I. Miami Jewish Federation annual scope of Federation and to in. Boxerman. The annual meeting meeting held in the Ingraham : creasc its democratic representapassed a resolution authorizing Building. Benjamin E. Bronston,' tion in the j cwish community, the executive committee to take prominent Miami Beach realtor, Louis Heiman, chairman of a '. the necessary steps to amend the and active Federation worker,; committee appointed to bring in charter of Federation to conform was re-elected president for the coming year. Five vice-presidents elected were Monte Selig, Jacob Sher. Sam Blank, Mitchell to the new by-laws. The new laws placed additional restrictions on the local Jewish organizations of Greater Miami JEWS IN POLAND ASK FOR IMMEDIATE FOOD RELIEF Stockholm (WNS)—Disclosing that the following autumn may see even greater starvation in occupied Poland, letters written by Jews in ghettos in Warsaw, Cracow and others appealed to American Jewry for immediate food shipments to keep them alive during the war. The appeals pointed out that the Nazi authorities faced with prospects of a very poor crop this year, have threatened to further reduce the food rations of Jews and Poles. The Nazis have also announced that a state of emergency effective August 1 for four months and that anyone violating the food regulations during that time will be subject to the death penalty. REFUGEE GIRL CONDUCTING COURSES IN NUTRITION New York (WNS)—Chana BatBarukh, young refugee graduate "f the Mizrachi Women's Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi in Jerusalem *ho completed a scholarship course at Pratt Institute. Brook'yn this year, is conducting nuBenjamin E. Bronston President Wolfson, and Dr. Frank Coret. Morton Russack was elected secretary of Federation, and Joseph M. Lipton treasurer. The annual meeting unanimously re-elected Stanley C. Myers chairman of the board for the coming year. The nominating committee presenting names for election consisted of Mrs. Benjamin Myers, chairman; Irving Frankel, J. Gerald Lewis, Monte Selig, Jacob a suggested new draft of a constitution and by-laws, presented a report of this committee. The annual meeting voted to increase the power of Federation from a fund-raising and distributing body to include community planning. It was decided that Federation should be the voice of the Jewish community and the machinery through which communal matters of a city-wide nature are handled. To keep in line with this added responsibility the membership of Federation was increased. Ac| cording to the new by-laws which j were adopted any individual who contributes to Federation, and who pays at least S5 on his pledge by the date of the annual meeting is entitled to membership and to vote on all matters at the annual meeting of Federation. Heretofore members were limited to contributors of $25 or more. The board was enlarged so that all elements of the Jewish community would be included. Each Miami Jewish organization was given one voice on the board of directors and in addition seventyfive of the outstanding members that were members of Federation, of Greater Miami Jewry were se-, Henceforth no organization that lected as members of the board of \ is a member of Federation can directors for the coming year, have a general campaign for The first published list of Federafunds without first consulting and tion board members will appear \ receiving the permission of the in the August 14th issue of The! executive committee of FederaJewish Floridian. ; tion. Following a spirited discussion' The newly elected board of dion the new by-laws, and the rectors of Federation will hold its election the new officers pledged first meeting early in September themselves to serve Federation to [ to organize its work for the comthe best of their ability through ing year, to elect a new executive the difficult war year ahead. committee, and to plan for the In addition to Louis E. Heiman. coming Federation campaign other members of the committee which will be held in February. INDUSTRIAL HEAD JOBS L ALIE Stanley C. Myers Chairman of the Board New York (WNS)—Miss Frieda S. Miller, State Industrial Commissioner and chairman of the State War Council's committee on discrimination in employment, this week called upon Paul V. McNutt, Federal Security Administrator and war manpower chief, to "go all the way" to make it possible for loyal aliens to secure jobs in war industries. Praising proposed changes in Federal regulations to expedite Army and Navy consent to employ aliens on secret war contracts, Miss Miller pointed out, however, that "confusion due to discrepancies in Federal practice is so great among war contractors that it is virtually impossible In our experience, for any alien, friendly or otherwise, to get a job in heavy war industry, whether on secret contracts or not." This condition prevails, Miss Miller added, despite the fact that President Roosevelt on July !1 reiterated previous statements that no Federal law or policy precluded the employment of aliens in either non-war or war industries, except on aeronautical contracts or on contracts classified as secret, confidential pr restricted, in which cases the employer, or holder of the contract, must obtain permission from the War or Navy Department to employ specific aliens. RUMANIAN POLICE HOLD SYSTEMATIC RAIDS ON JEWS Geneva (WNS)—Rumanian police have launched systematic raids on Jewish homes to "check up" against violations of the various anti-Jewish decrees, according to private advices reaching here. An official police communique j stated that the police will check | to see whether Jews possess ille| tation of Jews from the occupied DUTCH JEWS ARE DEPORTED AETER DARK TD STOP ACTS RUSSIAN JEWS RECEIVE A LARGE PART OF AWARDS Kuibyshev (WNS) — Russian Jewish soldiers and sailors have received a large proportion of the awards issued in the last few months by the Soviet Government for valor and courage under fire, it was announced here. Despite the fact that the Jews ^i^lS^S-^JSS: !" nk seventh In population among gal merchandise, are trying to avoid compulsory labor service or have failed to sign over their homes to "Aryans." Those found guilty of violating any of these restrictions will be deported to Rumanian-occupied Soviet territory and their possessions confiscated, the announeement said. Meanwhile, the Nazi radio announced that of the 750.0(10 Jews Netherlands to the Polish ghettos take place during the dead of night because Nazi occupation officials fear to provoke anti-Nazi and pro-Jewish demonstrations, it was reported here this week. In the past hundreds of Hollanders thronged to the railway stations from which the Jews were to depart, bringing gifts and food packages and shouting words of encouragement to the tftion classes sponsored by the Mizrachi Women's Organization in Rumania, including Bessarabia of America this week i and Bukovina. before the outFor the duratTon Chana ex-' break of war. only 270,000 reJews. These departures frequentPecs to devote all her acUviUes j main. Since previous reports y ended as ant.-Naz, demonstrat0 civilian defense work After' placed the number of Jews detions. ^ war, she hopes tTretur^ to! ported from Rumania by ant.The pro-Jewish demonstrations destine, there to teach !" her Semitic Premier Ion Antonescu had reached such proportions, the st "dents in t he Mizrachi Woat more than 200,000. it appears r me n's Schools 1'kely that about one quarter of a million Jews have been killed -Buy War Savings Bondsreports said, that the Nazi au thorities decided to eliminate them by shifting the departure by the Rumanians and Nazis hour to the middle of the night. the many nationalities in the Soviet Union, they rate fourth in the number of awards received. In addition to the honors for military exploits, the Jews received many of the honors given for increased war production. It was announced this week that several noted Russian Jewish historians, members of the Jewish Culture department of the Ukranian Academy of Sciences, are compiling a history of the fightings traditions of the Jewish people from ancient times until the present. The work will analyze the Jewish attitude towards warfare as established over a period of several thousand years. —Buy War Bonds Today— PALESTINE JEWS ENDORSE REGIMENT FOR PALESTINE Jerusalem (WNS)—The Jewish Agency for Palestine and the Jewish National Council (Vaad Leumi) this week issued a joint manifesto endorsing the announced formation of a Palestine Regiment, consisting of separate Arab and Jewish infantry battalions, for service in the Middle East. The manifesto declared that the Jews of Palestine must prove worthy of the new opportunity and apealed for thousands of additional Jewish volunteers. The influential Histadruth newspaper "Davar" stated: "At last something has been done to give Palestine Jewry the chance of reinforcing the defense of Palestine, and Palestine Jewry will know how to take advantage of this to the fullest." The "Haaretz" said that the "government's decision demonstrates that Palestine's Jewry's willingness to do its part is appreciated both in London and Cairo. The decision paves the way for a larger number of Jews enlisting for the defense of Palestine." RAID ALARMS IN HAIFA. TEL AVIV BUT NO RAIDERS SHOW Jerusalem (WNS) — Four air raid alarms in Haifa and one in Tel Aviv brought Palestine to the alert last week end. However, no enemy planes appeared either in Haifa or in the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv. Ground defenses were in action in Haifa during the first alarm. I



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PAGE TWO > if w#" */fk>rkttari FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, Social • • Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS Mrs. E. L. Huff and daughter are visiting in Savannah. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleeman left for a month's vacation to New York. • • • Miss Rose Courshon is in the north vacationing for several weeks. • • • David Urbach returned recently from an extended trip through the Carolinas. • • • Joseph Siegal is spending several days this week in New York City on business. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel are leaving for Hendersonville, N. C. for a vacation. • • • Sam Esrof^, formerly of Miami and now of Lakeland, was a visitor in the city this past week. • • • Mrs. Elizabeth Urban, 433 15th St., Miami Beach, left this week for a vacation at Long Beach. L, I. PERSONALS COLLEGE SHOP is open • Come and see our "HORSE mr FASHIONS BIKE PANTS of jumbo wale corduroy for you who've taken to "wheels." Brown or green $6.98 With them, a gay Tartersall check skirt $3.98 Morris Bear is a patient at the Jackson Memorial Hospital where he is recuperating from a recent operation. • • • M. B. Frank is spending a short vacation in the Carolinas. He will return to the city in time for the Holidays. • • • Miss Sonya Shpall. member of the religious faculty of the Beth Jacob Congregation, is spending her vacation in New York. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau are leaving for a vacation trip in the North. Enroute they will visit their sons in army camps. Mrs. Z. Weissmann of 1920 S. W. 21st Terrace is spending several weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Carl Goldstein in New Rochelle, N. Y. • • • Sidney Dickson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson. returned to the city this week after spending several months in the north visiting relatives and friends. • • • Dr. Max Pepper has returned to the city after vacationing in New York. He will reopen his offices in the Ingraham Bldg.. for the practice of general medicine. • • • Mrs. Sam Shapiro and son. Irwin. Bronx. N. Y. are the guests of Mrs. Shapiro's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seigal. 421 N. W. 4th Street. • • • Dave Emmer. now actively encaged in business in Norfolk and Washington, was in Miami this week for a short stay with his family who make their home here on Miami Beach. • • • Miss Sarah Rose Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, has returned to the city after spending some time visiting in Columbia. S. C. Hendersonville and Atlanta. • • • Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan left this week for a three vacation. They will be in Asheville. N. C. for two weeks and spend the remainder of the time in Savannah. Ga. TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8th St. at ^5th AIR-CONDITIONED FRI. & SAT. (Matinee Only) AUG. 1415th "Them beautiful Bums is on the screen" "It Happened In Flatbush" WITH LLOYD NOLAN CAROLE LANDIS SAT. EVENING AND SUN. THRU TUES., AUG. 15-18 Thrilling story of the Flying, Daredevil Yanks over Europe. "ERGLE squnDRon WITH ROBT. STACK JOHN HALL DIANA BARRYMORE "Eagle Squadron" also showing at Cameo Theatre, Miami Beach PERSONALS Arnold Raxin. 18 years old. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Raxin, 123 N. E. 50th Street. Miami, has enlisted in the Marine Corps and is stationed at Paris Island. He was a student at Edison High school and is a member of the A. Z. A. • • • Miss Harriet Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer, is a guest at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Miami Beach, visiting her parents and friends. After a week's stay she will return to Columbia. S. C. • • • Mrs. Edward Schwartz, of Cleveland. Ohio, arrived this week for a three weeks visit with her mother. Mrs. Max .Weinberger 1124 N. W. 3rd Street. She was accompanied by her two sons. Clyde and Richard. • • • Dr Simon Ginzberg. distinguished Hebrew poet and scholar, and his wife. Devorah Ginzberg. poetess and author in her own right, of New York City, are visiting in Miami. They are stopping at the home of their sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman. 1035 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Dr Ginzberg. director of Palestine Hebrew Cultural Fund, is well known in Miami and throughout the United States as a lecturer on Hebrew culture. Mrs. Verna Harris, 240 N. E. 110th Terrace, announces the marriage of her daughter. Marsha Theresa Harris, to Alvin Edward Horowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Horowitz, Miami Beach, July 18. in Hollywood, Cal. Both attended Miami Beach High and he also attended Riverside Military Academy. They are residing in Hollywood. • • • Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen of Miami Beach are announcing the marriage of their daughter Belle to Lieut. Edward Peyser, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Peyser of Philadelphia. Pa. The ceremony was an event of July 18 at the Ben Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia, attended by her parents. Lieut, and Mrs. Peyser reside at Petersburg, Va.. where he is stationed. REGIONAL DIRECTOR A.D.L TO LECTURE TO ARBEITERS Win. I. Boxerman. Florida Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League, will be the featured speaker at a lecture sponsored by the Arbeiter Ring. Workmen's Circle. Sunday evening. August 16. Addressing the gathering on the topic. "Let's Look at the Records." Mr. Boxerman will discus? the present day phases of Anti-Semitism, spreading of propaganda, the truth of present day issues and the Jewish peoples' part that they are today playing. He will speak in both Jewish and English. The affair is scheduled to start at 8:00 p. m. at the Labor Lyceum. Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. The program will also include musical selections with Mrs. Packer. Mrs. Teitlebaum and Harry Rose participating. DEFENSE FIRST AID UNIT IS IN NEED OF NEW MEMBERS The bris of the son of Mr. ai Mrs. Hy Friedman, 2161 s. W 22nd Terrace, took place on Thursday afternoon, at Jackson Memorial Hospital, with Rabbi S M. Machtei officiating. ORGANIZATIONS The Arbeiter Ring, Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, will hold a regular meeting Tuesday eve. ning, August 12 at the Labor Lyceum on Miami Beach. The meeting will open promptly at eight o'clock. A first aid unit of the Dade County Defense Council dealing with nursing, stretcher bearers and other relative hospitalization subjects is in need of additional members to participate in the defense project. "The merit of the work and the need of all of us participating cannot be too strongly stressed." Corporal Lena Janis, active in the unit's work, stated. "Under the capable direction of Capt. Ulmer, we meet every Monday and Wednesday evenings, learning and assisting wherever we are needed. I would greatly appreciate anyone interested in this work to kindly contact me at the Floral Apts.. 1028 S. W. 3rd St., phone 2-9372. and give them any additional information they nay desire." Experienced Housekeeper to assist in taking care of sick member of family of three adults. Permanent position; can live on premises: light housekeeping duties. Phone 2-5904. P. S. GRUEN 1040 S. W. Thirteenth Ave.. Miami. FAST DAY PROCLAIMED FOR JEWRY THROGHOUT WORLD New York (RNS)—The Union of Orthodox Rabbis of U. S. and Canada has designated Wednesday, Aug. 12 as a Fast Day for Orthodox Jewry throughout the world. In synagogues, men and women of Orthodox Jewish faith will gather on that day and participate in prayers for alleviation of the sufferings of Jews oppressed under the Hitler regime. The Rabbis Union has communicated with the Chief Rabbis of Great Britain. Argentine. Brazil, and all other South American republics, and cooperation of the Orthodox Jewish committees has been secured to assure worldwide observance of this newlyproclaimed Day of Fast. MASARYK SAYS FREEMEN MUST NOT FORGET DUTIES London (WNS)—Jan Masaryk. Foreign Minister of the Czech government-in-exile. drclarcd thisweek that "free people must never forget their obligations to the suffering Jews, Czechs. Poles and others." The Czech leader spoke at a reception in his honor at the home of the family of the late Zionist head Nahum Sokolow. %  m • )Sf;£iL •rKSStS^i I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA. DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street ?p gi^g>^?7g?3£.T; THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn R(N FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES -I West Flagler Street ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM at 53rd Avenue THE HEART OF MIAMI A d-ty every man owes himself and his "am.ly is that of providing a final resting c ace. It is only wise a-d prudent that the selection of a cemetery lot should be made in "advance of need." 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%  FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1942 +Jenisti HarfdRar? PAGE THREE MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI 1! NAMES M. SILVER T his weekly feature In prepared hv the public relations committee of •he ('.renter Miami Army and Navy riiminittee of the National Jewish Welfare Hoard. The committee lnJh„i..H William I. Boxerman, chairman lleiijamln Bronston. *Ted K. Bhoc'het and Paul Wcltzman. (Contributions to this column are w l,omecl, particularly In the form of utters received here from Greater Miami boya now In the service.) Expansion And after many unforeseen delays the Army and Navy Committee finally opens the new service men's center at 1711 Alton Road on a week-round basis Heretofore operated experimentally on Saturday nights, the use made of the building by the men in uniform amply justifies a full time program Were it not for the generosity of Carl Weinkle who provided the physical setting for this new enterprise, the tireless effort of the Miami Beach Service League, and Sam Blank, the genial chairman of the Army and Navy Committee, the vision of a community-sponsored facility on the Beach still would be a pipe-dream. Victory Girls To adequately take care of the center social needs the Miami Beach Service League held a tea last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sadye Oster Fifty Victory girls organized themselves into a club for assisting particularly in the Saturday night dances Regina Oster and Ida Schreiber were elected temporary chairman and secretary respectively The girls plan to meet once a week and hope to enlarge their membership rapidly One of the special projects they are undertaking is the collection of books and games to be used at the recreational center. Last Tuesday evening the League sponsored a card party, proceeds of which were devoted to the purchase of additional furnishings for the center. An Appeal for Help A new naval base housing 300 men is being opened in the Miami area The boys are badly in need of a piano, billiard and ping pong tables, chairs, athletic equipment, and radios ... Do you have one of these articles or know of someone willing to contribute? If so, call Mrs. Essie Shaffer at the Y, 3-4012, who has been doing a splendid job as chairman of the gift committee, a subdivision of the social and recreational committee. What They are Saying We are in receipt of an interesting letter from Ensign Godfrey K. Newman, now at the Harvard Naval Training School. Newman, formerly an attorney in the Mercantile National Bank Building, is a graduate of Miami University Law School ... He was inducted on July 1 with the rank of ensign and will graduate irom the Harvard Naval Training School at Cambridge about the first of September Newwan makes some interesting comm ents on his adaptation to his new surroundings: "We got our first orders, and it seems we were assigned to the dorms ... No one can live outSlde There are three of us in a suite consisting of two bedrooms and a living room ... I have the single bedroom as I got here first ... We are living on the main campus in a very beautiful spot ... We eat in Harvard's real old dining room, a beautiful place, and the food is wonderful. Maids make up our rooms and waitresses serve us Remember, we are all officers, so we get that service. "The school is very similar to the one in Miami Beach for newly appointed officers ... We have everything from ensigns to full commanders in it All are very fine fellows and my room mates are of the very best One teaches in Tampa U Incidentally, Eddie Duchin is one of us—he lives right underneath me." Jottings Corporal Maurice M. Lehman, Jr., son of Mrs. M. M. Lehman, now attached to the signal corps ferrying command in India, has been made a member of the guard of honor to the Duke of Gloucester .. Lehman has been in service a year and is rated a technician in the ferrying command. County Engineer Edmund Friedman has received commission as captain in the specialists' corps of the Army ... He has been granted a leave of absence by the county Friedman formerly was city manager of Coral Gables. Raymond Kutner, 1675 S. W. 10th Street, is now stationed at Fort McClelland, Alabama Raymond entered the service about two months ago. Thank You Notes From a mother in Brooklyn: "I wish to thank you for the pleasant enjoyment you are giving to my son ... I am sure that mothers throughout the country are grateful for what you are doing Please accept this small gift in sincere appreciation." And from a Bronx mother whose son is stationed on the Beach: "May God bless you and all the others who are affording our boys such desirable recreation." Max Silver was selected by the Dade County Bar Association to head the Legal Aid Bureau, sponsored by that body, it was announced. Mr. Silver, a graduate of the University of Miami, is a practicing attorney here, maintaining offices in the Seybold Bldg. Active in synagogal affairs and civic organizational endeavors he serves as financial secretary of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. The legal-aid office established by the association Sept. 1, 1941, THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ ZIONISTS APPROVE NEWEST REGIMENT OF JEWS. ARABS PALMER Funeral I'hapel 2001 W. FLAGLER ST. *W 9-2664 New York (WNS)—The announcement in the House of Commons by British Secretary of War Sir James Grigg of the immediate formation of a Palestine Regiment, composed of separate Jewish and Arab infantry battalions, was applauded as a "marked advance" by the American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, but was criticized as inadequate by the Committee for a Jewish Army and by Zionist-Revisionist groups here. in Miami, Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN 1J APPROVED SANITARIUM With cheerful Hotel Atmosphere Tor Rest, Convalescent. Chronic and Acute Medical Cases Oraduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff. Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapy. Pour Acres Landscaped drounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W. ELLIS. Pres. J W. PLATIN. M D Med. Dlr. It5 S. W. SOtta Court. Miami. FlerMa and continued through July, 1942, handled over 1.700 cases for persons unable to employ counsel. Judge Stanley Milledge, retiring president of the Bar Association, in his annual report delivered lastweek, stated: "As it is today, there is little justice for the poor unless they get help through charity. It is obvious that when the poor are without a remedy and can be imposed upon with impunity, the victims become cynical and disgusted. In such cases, many of them become susceptible to subversive doctrine." Mr. Silver will be in charge of the legal aid office which mainSains headquarter? at 52 E. Flagler Street. RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION IN SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS Closing Exercises of Home Camp Next Thursday The final exercises of the Miami Home Camp will take place next Thursday evening, August 20, at 7 o'clock. All the accomplishments by the children will publicly be demonstrated in various forms. There will be an exhibition of the arts and crafts work, two splendid performances by the dramatic group, the tap and ballet dancing class show what it has accomplished. In connection with this fine project, one of the features will be a Palestinian folk dance when children will sing Hebrew tunes and dance to the same. The public is invited. While we cannot single out any one project in the camp as the finest, we feel a great deal has been done in our Hebrew class under the guidance of Louis Gadon. Thanks to Rabbi Shapiro and the Beth David Synagogue to whom much credit is due for permitting Mr. Gadon to teach a beginners' class in Hebrew. One has only to see this class in action on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons to see how much the boys and girls enjoy it. As above stated, this is a class in beginners' Hebrew and were it not for Mr. Gadon, some of these children would never have learned this subject. It has been the idea of the Home Camp to inculcate Hebrew content in as many of its projects as is possible. Mr. Grossman is now preparing a program wherein many of the features of the Home Camp will be retained for an all year round program after school. As soon as plans will have been completed, the program will be announced publicly. Membership Campaign to Start Soon We welcome the return of our vice president, Leo Ackerman, from his much needed vacation. As soon as Leo came back to town he immediately began to make plans for the coming membership campaign. With Jimmie Kopelowitz as chairman, the success of the drive is assured. Watch these columns for further details. Y.M.H.A. Board Meeting Next Wednesday The regular monthly meeting of the Y.M.H.A. board of directors will take place next Wednesday evening, August 19, at 8:30 o'clock. This is the first monthly meeting under the revised constitution as adopted. Previously there were two meetings per month. This has been amended and hereafter there will be a board meeting on the third Wednesday of each month. Waitsmans Crush Weiners At the regular Sunday morning A.K. Softball League game, the Herman Waitsmans smashed the Al Weiners by an overwhelming score of 15 to 8. Again this Softball League proved to be one of the most popular projects among the oldsters and youngsters alike. As is customary, this game was played last Sunday morning at the Riverside Playground. Those participating in the game were: The Herman Waitsmans: W. Rawlson, M. Newman, S. Weider. Herman Waitsman, Al Reisman, S. Gladstone, N. Pallot, S. Levin, Doc Beckman, S. Shankman, Al Berkowitz, M. Goldman, Norman Pallot. The Al Weiners: George Rachlin. Pete Silverman, Al Weiner, Harry Schwartz, B. Miller, C. Weinkle, M. Friedman, R. Lubel, W. Mackauf, R. Klein, Hollis, Bull Lavine. Frank Rose. The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami arranges weekly services on Sunday mornings, for men in the service. This Sunday morning, August 16th, Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff will conduct the services at the Flamingo Park and at the Beth Jacob congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct services at the Roney Plaza Hotel and Dr. Samuel Bension at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The Rabbinical Association Radio Hour, over WIOD, will be conducted this Sunday by Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, at 4:30 p. m. HEADS NEW HILLEL UNIT DISTRICT WELFARE BUREAU MIAMIANS AS CHAIRMEN Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Bait • H Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meata Normal Ave. Chicago 37th and Troy C. Davis was elected chairman and Mrs. Bernard Simon vice-chairman of District Welfare Board No. 9 at a meeting of that body in Miami. Wednesday. It was the first regular business session of the district board since new members were named by Gov. Spessard L. Holland. Other members of the board are the Rev. R. L. Allen. Miss Marie Anderson, Mrs. R. C. Hancock, Neil J. Hayes and Thomas F. O'Neil. There's aw ART to Cooking T -*m> Vegetables can be tasteless —lacking in nourishment ... or they can be a tempting delicacy that's brimful of health-building vitamins and minerals. Meats, too, can be dried-out shrunken sinews ... or savory, juicy muscle-building foods. Yes—there's an art to cooking and the emphasis today is' on "waterless" Gas cooking of vegetables to retain their flavor and save valuable vitamins and minerals. Oven roasted meats also shrink less, retain their nutritional properties and flavor when cooked the low temperature Gas way. And more you also save Gas ... a vital fuel for America's War Effort. Dr. Henry M. Rosenthal. who has been appointed director of, the new B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation to be opened in the Sara Delano Roosevelt Interfaith 1 House, the former town house of President Roosevelt, which was purchased through the efforts of B'nai B'rith, the Newman Club and the Y. W. C. A. and presented to Hunter College as a symbol of interfaith unity. PEOPLES COMPArW Hollywood Ft. LauderdaW Miami Beach %  '< I'i i



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PAGE FOUR vjcnist! fkridTiar FRIDAY, AUGUS T 14, i 942 ^ Jemsti Florid!ian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 S TOP THIS BLACKOu T | Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 33 ELLUL 1, 5702 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1942 AN INDIVIDUAL'S CONDUCT From time to time, various and sundry incidents arise creating differences of opinion and naturally pertinent comment. Some of these problems have a definite "right and WTong" answer to the issue. Others resolve themselves to individual's opinions 6nd their authority or background lending credence and substantiation to these statements, Appropos of a recent local incident, referred to by one of our columnists in last week's issue, we reprint some remarks recently made by Sigmund Livingston, Chairman of The Anti-Defamation League, in a talk entitled "... Let us take Counsel Together." We must be mindful of the reaction of the Gentile as to the behavior of the individual Jew. The behaviorism of the individual Jew is unconsciously charged to the group. This is due to the fatal process of reasoning from the particular to the universal. In view of this state of affairs, the Jewish community has an interest in the conduct of each individual Jew. No individual, under such conditions has the right to claim absolute independence as to his behaviorism and accountable only to the police power of the government. The individual Jew has no moral or ethical right to disregard the effect of his conduct upon the good name and esteem of the Jewry of his community. The Jewish group indirectly suffers from the malfeasance of the individual Jew over and above that suffered by the general public, therefore the Jewish community has an interest in the behavior of each individual. The fact that it is unjust to hold the group responsible for the conduct of individuals and that each individual should be judged as an individual, does not abrogate our special responsibilities. This responsibility is not of our choosing, it is forced upon us. Under conditions as they are, our responsibility is a rule of necessity. Each community should have a committee for the unpleasant duty of rendering advice and direction whenever needed in the behaviorism of the individuals, to the end that the group does not suffer from the indiscretions or behavior of any member of the group. We must of course, recognize that we during this national emergency, more than ever before, is the self-discipline of the Jew of greatest importance. There is no doubt that the contribution of the Jew to the war efforts of this country will show to his credit. He will not shirk responsibility, nor will he be found wanting in the execution of whatever duties are assigned to him. In his commercial activities and social sphere, he must scrupulously adhere to the Biblical injunction: "Just balances, just weights. A just ephah. and a just hin Shall ye have:" Problems connected with self-discipline must be handled by local organizations. That differences of opinion occur are extremely fortunate blessings. They reiterate the sphere of a Democracy. That we are and must continue to be our brother's keeper is self-evident. Likewise must there be someone, group or individual, who will assume the responsibility for this necessity. The trouble has been in preventing each and every individual from assuming the role of a Soloman and taking upon himself the solving of all problems. An organization, organized for a specific purpose, is a necessity and to it must we cooperate whether concurring with our opinions at all times or not. THE NEW SPIRIT OF 1776 "The spirit of liberty and freedom which inspired preceding generations to found and build up to their present high state of development our free institutions is the spirit that will win this war It should therefore be revitalized and cultivated to the fullest extent by all of the United Nations and their peoples. "... To the weary, hungry, unequipped Army of the American Revolution, the Fourth of July was a tonic of hope and inspiration. So is it now. The tough, grim men who fight for freedom in this dark hour take heart in its message—the assurance of the right to liberty under God—for all peoples and races and groups and nations, everywhere in the world." —President Roosevelt. PELLEY William Dudley Pelley, who for years maintained a continual ban-age against the Jews and attacked the Government and bespoke the cause of the Nazis has been convicted on eleven counts. Sentenced to fifteen years light punishment. Prosecutor Ewing told the court Pelley had sought to be the American Quisling. The evidence upholds this view and the case calls for a severer sentence. A number of notorious anti-Semites have been bagged along with Pelley in the Government hunt, but the Department of Justice states that several known for both their antiSemitism and Nazi sympathies are still at large. These include a certain William Robert Lyman, Jr., who once told the Dies Committee that he favored hanging all Jews, and Robert Edmondson who once "proved" that President Roosevelt was a Jew. The striking thing about these men arrested for sedition is the fact that every one of these traitors spouted anti-Semitic propaganda. Nazi, traitor and anti-Semite have in fact almost become synonyms. How is this parallelism to be accounted for? Are we not led to believe that they confirm the view expressed by the Jewish writer, Maurice Samuel, that the real basis for hatred against the Jew is that he is deemed a democratic influence and they who hate democracy first point their guns at the Jews. In the Civil War, President Lincoln sent some of the Copperhead leaders over to the enemy lines. One would almost like to see that done in the present war. We rather think that a little time spent under the rule of Hitler might even cure so seemingly hopeless a case as Pelley. BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMucdy, Confidential -By PHTNEAS J. BJRONWHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR "It is not to kindle hatred but to keep divine wrath in our consciences ablaze that we remind ourselves what it is against which we are afire. Recall the pyre of books nine years ago in the streets of German cities; the attempt to destroy ideas. Recall the beastly assaults on Jews and the effort to inflame minds with racial hate. Recall the synical assurances publicly given that there were no further desires for aggrandizement when once all Germans were made one. Recall solemn promises broken, weaker lands invaded, fair cities smashed. "Recall Christian churches and their leaders compelled to be subservient, circumscribed in their work, their message stifled, their ministers taken to concentration camps. Our consciences have flamed up again and again; we must see to it that they continue to blaze until we have helped a righteous God have done with the foul force which is out to dominate mankind and to leave no vestige of liberty. And what a mercy to all humanity to burn up this hackling tyranny! "But a consuming fire must go further. It must be linked inseparably with brotherly love. To rear the fair structure of a friendly commonwealth of all peoples on the charred surface of this war-scorched earth, this brotherly love must be as ardent as the consuming fire."— Rev. Dr. Henry Sloane Coffin, president of Union Theological Seminary. PERSONAL INTEGRITY "If we want more brotherhood and goodwill, more intelligence, more clear thinking, more honesty and sincerity, more tolerance and human understanding we must concentrate upon cultivating these qualities within ourselves. There is a natural progression in social advancement from the individual spirit to the family, to the community, to the nation and to the world at large. The line of progress can move in no other direction. There is no substitute for personal integrity."—Rev. Dr. Howard W. Hintz, in sermon at the Queens Baptist Church. WE'RE TELLING YOU That beating which Nazi sympathizers administered to Waldo Frank in Buenos Aires will have one salutary effect For it provides striking evidence of how far the Argentine is from being convinced that our good neighbor policy is better than the Nazi new order The fact is—and this has long been an open secret in well-informed Washington circles—that Nazi fifth columnists have outmaneuvered us and nullified our efforts toward a diplomatic rapproachment with Argentina ... It was Frank, rather than some other American good will envoy, who was chosen for attack because he is a Jew, a circumstance in which the Fascist groups of B. A. saw an opportunity to claim that no insult was meant to "Amerians" The truth is that outside of the Nazi espionage and sabotage cohorts no one in B. A. ever considered Waldo Frank a Jew. WAR ECHOES In Washington they're whispering that the plan which will finally be adopted to ward off inflation will be the one devised by that grand old man, Bernard M. Baruch Note to Zionist leaders of the future: How about looking into that new course Columbia University is offering to train experts to help in the post-war rehabilitation and administration of territories which the United Nations may liberate? Since "students will be required to specialize in a restricted geographic area," those who are interested in that type of work for Palestine here have a fine chance to prepare for it • How many of you remember that back in 1823 Lawrence A. Steinhardt—whose present position as American ambassador to Turkey grows more delicate with every advance the Nazis make into the Caucasus—served as secretary of the Israel Zangwill Reception Committee, which welcomed the great English Jewish author when he visited America that year? Hats off to restaurateur Arnold Reuben Each lunch and dinner hour finds twenty service men sitting a' one of his tables, consuming the famed Reuben delicacies— on the house It's the Manhattan USO which decides who the lucky boys are to be We're told that Dr. Chaim Weizmann's artificial rubber process will probably be ignored when the contracts are passed out. LITERARY NOTES Forthcoming books for which you should keep an alert eye peeled include "Army Life," by Pvt. E. J. Kahn, and "Between Hitler and Mussolini," by Prince Ernst R. Starhemberg Which reminds us to point out that Musso probablv didn't appreciate Pal Adolf's thoughtfulness in sending a congratulatory telegram on the occasion of the Duce's recent birthday Benito likes to think of himself as youth incarnate—and that anniversary marked his entry into his sixuetn year The word-coiners are hard at work trying to create a catchy nickname for the Army's tanks "Hitler Hearses is one attempt, while another is "anzers"—this because they're the answers to Hitler's panzers Any day now you can expect a popular song telling the world about how we give the fuehrer anzers in the panzers, eh? STAGE AND SCREEN „ lr They're together again Dinah Shore and Eddie Cantor, we mean They'll be together in Dinah's first picture • • • Which is as it should be. since it was Eddie who gave Dman her first break on the radio—remember? Oscar Serlm. "Life With Father," will soon be a private in the army. jjj*"Jj believe it or not (we didn't quite believe it ourself)—will n apply for a commission ... But he has military the tn 'v plans Henri Diamant-Berger, the French movie produc. has found a niche in Hollywood ... He has set up an iru motion center where film companies can get all the mate they may need concerning the Free French cause ana (CONTINUED ON PAGE %  )



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1942 +• Jen 1st ftcrldlati PAGE FIVE =aacrjr With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 13". N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-2176 UKKUAN H. MARBKIN, Cantor Phone 6-9063 Mrs. Louis Margulies, Reporting TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RAHHI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Km. urns 6996 Indian Creek l)rive6-1263 Miami Beach RABBI COUCAN A. ZWITMAN J400 IjiCiorce Drive, Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 BETH SHOLEM CENTER 761 41st Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9793 S. M. HACHTBI, Rabbi 1450 s. w. 17th Terrace, Miami Phone 2-2579 Friday Evening Military Service Military services are conducted Friday evening at 8:30. These services which took place practically all summer are open to the public as well. Local people have criticised the fact that Friday evening services are discontinued throughout the summer months, the season when local citizens have ample time to attend. Foolish is the man who permits his tongue to criticize glibly without recognizing his own shortcomings to be responsible for such criticism! Daily and Sabbath services are held throughout the year giving the sincere and the religious the opportunity for "soul-satisfaction." In addition practically all summer "Military Services" open to the public were conducted and yet not one who glibly criticised the need of late Friday evening services saw fit to attend, if not "L'Shaem Shomaim." at least for the morale of our men in the armed forces. The "average" who did not find fault attended, but the overly busy individuals, who find time to criticize everything in Jewish life, refuse to j find time for God and synagogue. \ Succah Project An elaborate program and dance for the benefit of this program is being arranged by Nat Zalka. chairman, and his committee. The affair will be held Tuesday, August 5, at the Beth David Auditorium. All proceeds will go towards the construction of a permanent Succah adjoining our synagogue. Will you not aid us in this task unsolicited? Phone for reservations for your family and friends. Indicate your interest by purchasing tickets. Each ticket adds a block in the anticipated large Succah. Details of the affair will be outlined next week. Mazel Tov Our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman and the grandparents at the birth of a son, and to Mr. and Mrs. Theo Abel at the birth of a son. May the Almighty grant that the sons be reared L'Mitzvah, L'Chupah and Massim Tovim. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten will be observed this month of "Ellul." The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Tsharna, sister of I. Rosengarton, Aug. 14; Fruma, wife of Chas. Kronenberg, Aug. 14; Eliezar, father of Jos. S. Rabinowitz, Aug. 15; Malachai, father of the late Nathan Speigelman, Aug. 16; Yaakov, father of George Goldberg. Aug. 16; Gittel, mother of Ida Bernstein, Aug. 16; Ephraim, husband of Sophie Zohn, Aug. 18; Yitzchock Zalmen, father of Edward Barman, Aug. 18; Nachman, father of Nat and Burnett Roth, Aug. 18; Yehudah, husband of Yetta Geier, Aug. 22; Schmuel, husband of Mrs. Edith Marcus, Aug. 30; Rochel Leah, grandmother of M. J. Kopelowitz, Aug. 24; Avrohom Nesaniel, son of Mrs. Badanes, Aug. 26; Hershel, husband of Mrs. Westrich, Aug. 26; Yitzchock, father of Stuart Gordon. Aug. 27; Chaya Soro, ^ s ter of I. Rosengarten, Aug. 28; jJevorah Rivkah, in memory of Oora Cohen, Aug. 29; Yechiel, lather of Meyer and Sidney Rau2| n. Aug. 30; Rochel Elka, mother of Mrs. S. B. Miller, Aug. 31; W'yohu, father of Harold Pont, Aug. 31; Rochel Leah, mother of Aussie Sokolow, Sept. 2; Michael, rather of Molly Mandell, Sept. 2; Weba, mother of Mrs Ph. Segall, W 3; Tzirel, mother of Edward Rabbi Zwltman will be in the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to nay, each matter will be held In strict confidence. Services at Temple Israel at 8:15 p. m. conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Organ accompaniment to the congregational singing during the summer months is played by Miss Marguerite Elsasser. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Henrietta Ungar, mother of A. A. Ungar; Charles Triester, brother of Arthur Treister. Yahrzeits: Julius Kanter, father of Harry Kanter; Louis Bernstein, brother of Jack Bernstein; Herman Utitz, father of Mrs. Dave Eichengreen; Ralph Neufeld, husband of Mrs. Blanche Neufeld; Alexander Mendelson, husband of Mrs. Ray Mendolson, father of Mrs. Mitchell Kuperberg and Mrs. Max Holtsberg; Emil Brunswick, father of Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Scheer, Sept. 4; Michael Laezer. father of Louis Heiman, Sept. 5; Yitzchock, father of Mrs. Max Halpern, Sept. 5; Pinchus, father of S. B. Miller. Sept. 6; Tanchum, brother of Mrs. Dora Cohen, Sept. 7: Shloma Yaakov, father of Al Levine, Sept. 7; Rav. Yehudah Laeb, father of Harry and Cliffor Gordon, Sept. 8; Hirsch Mordechai, son of Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Sept. 8; Golda, mother of Mrs. Isidore Brown, Sept. 8; Moshe Hirsch, father of Jack Zion, Sept. 8. High Holidays We urge members and friends to make their seat reservations at once, so as not to be disappointed and critical later on because of seat selections for the High Holidays. The committee is ready to serve you now! Do not delay! You can aid us in determining what we can do for our men in the armed forces by selecting your seats immediately. Beth David members and friends will be hosts to two hundred men in the armed forces during the High Holidays without any charge to the men or the members. Certainly you will indicate your patriotic duty by advising us how many soldiers you desire to be your house guests for meals during the High Holidays. We will supply the synagogue accommodations! You are privileged to supply the meals! BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFK, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAURICE] MAMCIIBS. Cantor 621 Unnux Ave., Phone 5-7133 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Reach DR. SAMUEL PENSION, Rabbi 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Residents of the neighborhood who wish to inspect the Center and who seek information are invited to attend the "open house" conducted by the Sisterhood every Tuesday evening. There are varied social games and entertainment. Rabbi Machtci's first public appearance before the congregation at a religious service will be at the midnight Slichos service on Saturday, Sept. 5. His message, at that service, will be a prologue to the High Holy Day series of sermons during Rosh Hashonoh and Yom Kippur. Next week the seating committee will announce the dates and! the hours when it will be in at! tendance at the Center to ac-ept. reservations for the Holy Day services. Men in uniform will be guests of the Beth Sholem Center at the services. Alfred B. Roscnstein, presij dent of Beth Sholem Center, on' Wednesday night, presided at the meetings of the board of directors and of the general membership, having left a sick bed to do so. The well attended meetings and the spirit of cooperaj tion rewarded him for his sacrifice. The religious committee I appointed to prepare for the Holy Day services consists of Max and Julius Rosenstein, Harry Kohn, D. Newman and S. Rabinowitz. The first Sabbath service at the Center was held last Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Members; present were B. Appel, Brown. J. Cohen. Dr. Max Ellis, S. Gering-, er, L. Green, S. Lobel, J. Rosen-1 stein, M. Rosenstein, G. Trau and S. Rabinowitz. Mr. Appel conducted the opening portion of the service, followed by J. Rosenstein as Baal Schachris and L. Greene who read the Torah and the Mussof service. Refreshments for the traditional Kiddush were provided and served by Mr. Cohen and Mr. Lobel. J. Rosenstein led the group in the singing of the Sabbath Zmiros. Sabbath services will begin at 9 a. m. tomorrow. CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach Services will be conducted at Congregation Shaarei Tefila, at their new quarters and now located at 440 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, at 7 p. m. Friday and 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Saturday. Shalosh S'udos will take place after Mincha services Saturday. Rabbi Jacob Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the congregation, will speak on the subject, "Appoint Thyself Judges." Anyone having any questions concerning Jewish law will Rladly be answered by contacting Rabbi Rackovsky at the synagogue or at his residence, 1330 Pennsylvania Avenue, 5-5495. During the week services are conducted at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. daily. Everyone is invited. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A. KHI.LNF.lt. Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8 :30 a. m. Mincha 7:30 p. m. Maariv 8:00 p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. Pro Patria We greet our friend Morton Bcrman who recently completed his studies at the Great Lakes Naval School. He won the coveted commission as ensign and was assigned to active duty. We extend to him our sincere good wishes and salutations. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Abe Berkowitz upon his recent engagement and hope that the Good Lord grants him and his chosen bride happiness and long life. Unveilings The unveiling of the Memorial stones dedicated in honor of the late Mrs. Lewis Bear and that of her son, the late lamented Bernard Bear, late husband of our dear sister, Hannah Bear, will [CONTINUED ON PAGE 1 Synagogue Services Shachriss daily at 8 a. m., Saturday at 9:00 a. m.; Mincha daily at 7:30 p. m.; Maariv daily at 8:15 I p. m., Saturday at 8:30 p. m.;i Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Servicemen's Services Service men are welcome guests at all our synagogue services. They are especially invited to attend our Shalosh S'oodoss and join in the singing of the Sab! bath Zemirross. A special service men's service, sponsored by the Rabbinical Association is held each Sunday at 9 a. m. in our synagogue building. Last Sunday our rabbi spoke on the theme: "I and God." This Sunday his theme will be "Do and Do Not." Civilians are also welcome to this Sunday morning service. Radio Hour This Sunday at 4:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak over radio station WIOD on "The Month." Service Men's Center The Service Men's Service Club, under the sponsorship of our congregation and Sisterhood has been entertaining hundreds of our service men every evening. A variety of programs and enterj tainments are presented under I the direction of Miss Bea Kalstein, the entertainment chairman. I Refreshments and other soldiers' needs are supplied through the treasury of our congregation. We wish to thank the men and women who are serving nightly as hosts and hostesses. Condolence Our deepest sympathies are expressed to the family of the late Arnold Rosenberg, one of our newest members, who passed away suddenly this week. Our rabbi and cantor officiated at the services. May the Almighty console the bereaved. Unveiling This Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Woodlawn Cemetery will be unveiled a monument in memory of the late Mrs. Maurice Levin. Our rabbi and cantor will conduct the service. Friends are invited to come to pay their last respects. Holiday Services Tickets for seats for the coming High Holy Days will be available beginning next week. Services will be held in our synagogue building and in our Community Building. As in previous years seats will be given gratis to all those in need. Free seats will be given to all Jewish service men in the area. Absolutely no charge will be made for these seats to anyone. To all, we say: Reserve your seats early and select your places. Habanoth Our Miami Beach Habanoth is meeting weekly throughout the summer. This week's meeting will be held at the home of member Louise Raphael. Refua Shlomo We wish a speedy recovery to Mrs. Max Feit and son Jack, and also to Mrs. N. Kreeger, who are all recuperating from operations at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Schedule of Services Daily services at 8 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Kabbalas shabbos Friday at 7:30 p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at 8:30 a. m. and Military at 9 a. m. Sermon Topics On Saturday, Aug. 15 at 10 a. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on "Jewish Judges and Officers." At the Oneg Shabbos at 6:30 p. m. his topic will be "Perfect and Defective Sacrifices" and on Sunday, August 16, at 9 a. m. at the Military services he will speak on "Blood Shedding Hands." Holy Day Seats The response by the general Jewish public has been most gratifying to the appeal of the Center that seat reservations for the approaching High Holy Days be made immediately. Many select locations are still available, but unfortunately space is limited and late comers will be accommodated only at the overflow services in the open patio. The newly decorated synagogue, with its magnificent Holy Ark and comfortable pews make a profound and inspiring impression. The services will be of the Conservative style and ritual with the stirring and illuminating sermons of the rabbi and many of the prayers and responsive readings in English. Reservations may be made at the Center office daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Service Men Fund The Center has pledged itself to accommodate at its High Holy Day Services all men in uniform who choose to worship with us. We are also anxious to provide with kosher meals on the Holy Days all men who desire to observe the dietary laws. Since ours is a community Center and not a rich men's club, we would welcome the aid and cooperation of all who desire to aid this holy and worthy cause. Contributions in any amount will be gratefully accepted at the Center office. Hebrew School and Bar Mitzva The Hebrew School meets daily from 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Individual instruction is given to beginners and bar mitzvah pupils. There are graded classes for intermediate and advanced pupils. Trained and highly qualified pedagogues constitute the Center Hebrew school staff. Your child deserves the best. Enroll your boy or girl now in the Center school. We shall teach them an appreciation of the High Holy Days with their beautiful ceremonies and customs and the soul inspiring prayers of the liturgy for this period. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIE8 INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Y E S H I V A EDUCATIONAL CENTER The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for children from kindergarten to talmudic education. Daily services are held at 8:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m. Mishna and other adult educational classes are held daily at 6:30 p. m. Anyone interested in learning the Talmud, young or old. will be happily received in our daily classes. Tickets for seats for the High Holy Days are now on sale and those desiring to attend our services are asked to please make reservations immediately. MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION



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PAGE SIX Jewish ncridfiar FRIDAY, AUGUST U, 1942 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. by Milton A. Friedman Guest Columnist outstanding activities the Lodge has undertaken this year. Incidentally. Brother Paul Sobel of A very interesting meeting of j Sobel's Service Station at 1900 S. Sholem Lodge was held Tuesday w. 8th St., is complaining that night at the air-conditioned (?) not enough people in the SouthAlcazar Hotel ball room. The i west Section are taking interest management made a prevaricator in the drive and he would appreout of me because the air-condiciate it if you would pass the tioning consisted of two fans. I word around to .drop in your old Brother Lou Heiman. who has pots. pans. etc.. into his service become the acting president of the j station. His station is a deLodge, presided. The major porpository for the Lodge's Salvage tion of the business of the eveDrive. ning was devoted toward a dis; The Lodge was again fortunate cussion of war service activity : in having a musical treat by Ofof the Lodge. Ike Levin intro| ficers Barbce and Urban, who duced Robert Fennell. of Dade j gave their usual masterful rendiCounty Defense Council, who i tion of difficult musical numbers made an interesting address on j on their piano and violin. Before I forget, let me remind you that on Sunday. September 6th. the State B'nai B'rith Convention will be held in Tampa. District President Emanuel Lewis of Savannah, will be the main speaker. If you are interested in attending, please commuicate what the Defense Council was doing to build morale in Dado County. Every effort was being made to "wake up war-conscious spirit." Five methods were being employed at present: First, every Saturday afternoon a parade is held on Flagler Street. Each parade consists of bands, I with the B'nai B'rith office, plus a procession of either R.A.F. Brother Dave Feldman. the state Cadets or a detachment of United j president, who has been quite ill States soldiers or an exhibition this year will, unfortunately, be of artillery or other war imple' unable to preside at the convenments, etc. During the parade tion and his place will be taken an address is made by a citizen by Brother Louis Ossinsky of from a car containing a public I Daytona Beach. Miami has aladdress system. A second methI ways made a big showing at these od of building morale is the plan I conventions, so let's send a big to have programs every Friday turn-out. night in Bayfront Park. The first I program will take place this Friday and wi'l be in honor of the inductees to be sent to Camp Blanding next week. The program will be conducted entirely by soldiers. There will be an I Officers' Candidate School Band and various acts from the best' soldier talent in this area. A third morale builder is the at! tempt to have various organizaj tions present at the point of departure of inductees to give the j boys a hearty farewell. Some or| ganizations have gone down to the bus stations and presented gifts to each boy, and so forth, j Fourth, the Defense Council has : a list of three or four hundred yiCTORYl BUY UNITED STATES .WAR BONDS AND STAMPS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in nponlp u-hn Kavo vninniiiDi-iui register the various rhurrhc-! nH th-ator>; anH Ba d name in the Clerk "f the Clr\arious cnurcnes ana intaters ana, ,.„„ court of Dade County, Florida MYRON MILLER Sole Owner r/l s 7-14-2I-S8 fifth, it is planned for all business houses in this area to put out flags. Mr. Fennell stated that it was necessary for the American the 2nK£ !" ertriX to^SUVta business under the fictitious name of IRVIN'S, S19 East Flagler St.. Miami. Florida, Intends to register the *ald name in the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALEX GOLDSTEIN Sole Owner 7 : .l •< 7-14-21-23 people to forget their griping about conditions to to get behind the war effort wholeheartedly. He was assured by the Lodge that B'nai B'rith was in accord with him and we would do our best to cooperate with the Defense Council. To add emphasis to our promise, Brother Heiman reported on the fine work of the Salvage Committee headed by himself. To date 100,000 pounds of scrap metal have been actually collected and approximately 25.000 more has been promised for this week. The Lodge has received a tremendous amount of publicity in the local papers and the drive DAVID u K.WI.AX has proven to be one of the most sn*-il-S 9 in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sam Goldstein is engaged in business under the fictitious name of KINO'S, located at 167 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to reglstei said fictitious name in the office „f the rierk of the Circuit Court of I hole County, Florida ,, SAM GOLDSTEIN ,-11-21-IS


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T -&x.e^^I?*?& I 3SH '^Jffllc** FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1942 -Jewisti fhrrMinr TRIBUTE PAID TO RA8B1 AND FAMILY ON LEAVING CITY A large gathering was present last Sunday evening to hear religious and lay leaders of the community pay tribute to Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner prior to his departure from the city this coming week. Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner were PAGE SEVEN ANNUAL STATE MEETING OF B'NAI B'RITH HELD SEPT. 6 The annual State Convention of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'nth Lodges will take place on Sunday. September 6, 1942, at the Tampa Terrace Hotel in Tampa Hosts will be Tampa Lodge No. 1044, B'nai B'rith. The convention this year will be known as a War Economy Convention and will be for only one day, allowing plenty of time to arrive in Tampa and time to return home without rush or trouble. Registration will commence at 9:00 a. m. and there will be a registration fee of $1.25 for each one, tendered the farewell reception, £ hich includes the luncheon. l;„,iv hv the Grater Miami RahPresident Emanuel Lewis of Sajointly by the Grater Miami Rab binical Association and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, whose spiritual leader he was. Gifts were presented to the honored guests on behalf of the Congregation and its Auxiliary. Resolutions, suitably engraved, were presented by the Rabbinical Association. Mrs. Kellner and family will join the rabbi in about three weeks in Albany, N. Y., where Rabbi Kellner has accepted the call to occupy the pulpit of Congregation Sons of Abraham. vannah will be present and the guest speaker at the luncheon. The convention proper will convene at 10:00 a. m. and is scheduled to adjourn not later than 5 p. m. POPE PIUS PROTESTS MASS ARRESTS, DEPORTATION NAZIS FEAR OF SECOND FRONT CAUSE OF BANISHING Stockholm (WNS) — The Nazi deportations of hundreds of thousands of Jews and non-Jewish patriots, conveniently labelled "Communists and saboteurs," from Belgium, Holland and France to Eastern Europe, have been ordered by Nazi higher-ups frantic with fear over the possibility of an Allied invasion of German-occupied Europe, it was reported in diplomatic circles here this week, —Buy War Bonds Today— DEAF EN ED! SEE AND HEAR THE NEW RADIOEAR Just released from the laboratories of one of America's oldest hearing aid manufacturers. More features, more convenience, immediate service more hearing! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 Geneva (WNS) — Pope Pius XII, acting through the Papal Nuncio at Vichy, registered a strong protest with Marshal Petain against the mass arrests and deportations of Jews in occupied France to Eastern Europe, according to reliable reports received here this week. The Papal Nuncio was reported to have condemned the "inhuman arrests and deportations" of Jews, and demanded assurances that Vichy would consider the papal action is view of the "Christian precepts involved." The Papal envoy expressed himself as unable to "understand the treatment accorded Jewish refugees." FEELING GROWS AS NAZIS DEPORT 1,000 FRENCH JEWS London (WNS)—Vehement denunciation of the Nazi persecution of the Jews was wide-spread as 1,000 Jewish refugees from concentration camps at Marseille, Pau and Pcrpignan in unoccupied France were reported sent to occupied Poland. "The whole of France is indignant and protests such barbarity inflicted upon her sons," an article in "France," official publication of the Fighting French read. "Our generous nation cannot be impressed by the heavy, stupid racial theories which has caused laughter among anthropologists." IS SPIRITUALHEADOF NEW SYNAGOGUE The board of directors of Miami Beach's Beth Sholem Center, at a meeting held last week at the Center, 761 41st street, elected Rabbi S. M. Machtei, well known Miamian for more than a decade, to officiate at the High Holy Day services and to plan and organize its spiritual activities. Rabbi Machtei was the spiritual head of Cong. Beth David, in Miami, from 1930 to 1932. For more than ten years he has been the founder and director of the Radio Synagog, heard over local stations in South Florida. Interested in the welfare of Jewry throughout the state, Rabbi Machtei was one of the founders, in 1933, of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen, which has since broken up into two distinct groups, one of rabbis, and NEW CONGREGATION HOLDS ITS FIRST GENERAL MEETING The first general meeting of the newly organized congregation Schaarei Zedek was held last Wednesday evening at the Y. M. H. A. A. Pepper and H. M. Drewich presided during the course of the meeting which ratified action of temporary committees supervising the remodeling of the synagogue structure. Additional committees were appointed to take care of High Holiday details including seating for the building located at 1545 S. W. 3rd Street. Seating prices were announced ranging from $2.00, $3.00 to $5.00 and will be placed on sale during the next week. The name of the cantor selected for the Holidays will be announced shortly as will the names of prominent guest speakers who will address the worshippers during the services. The date of the next general meeting of the congregation will also be announced next week. AN OPEN LETTER SIR C T L Y L Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON Rabbi S. M. Machtei 7 i 0 A RE there days when it seems ** that the radio, the ringing of the door or telephone beU, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter and voices of children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? Do you he awake nights? When these hectic days and wakeful nights interfere with your work and take the pleasure out of life for you, try DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a combination of effective nerve sedatives. Originated nearly sixty years ago. it is as up to date as todays newspaper. Dr. Miles Nervine has brought relief to millions of nervous sufferers. You may find it exactly what you need. H.d fn Will you try Dr. Miles Nervine? %  "gjgj" Your druggist has it. Large bottle $1.00 Small bottle 25* DR.MILES U LIQUID NERVINE the other of congregation presidents. Rabbi Machtei also served a term as vice-president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, while Philip Lieberman was its president. Alfred M. Rosenstein, president of Beth Sholem Center, in announcing the election of Rabbi Machtei, stated, "The services for New Year and the Day of Atonment will be conducted in the traditional Conservative ritual, with prayers in both Hebrew and English. Services for children, in the manner of a Junior Congregation, will be held in another part of the Center, under competent supervision, and without charge to parents who are members of Beth Sholem Center, or worshipers during the High Holy Day season. "Sunday school and religious school registration will be held on the days intervening between Yom Kippur and Succoth, and classes will begin to meet after the Feast of Tabernacles. Rabbi Machtei will submit a schedule of activities for adults and for teen-age children to make Beth Sholem Center the hub of Jewish social, educational and community activities, as well as the religious fountain. Friday night and Sabbath services will be conduted regularly, as will be the daily services." August 10, 1942 An Open Statement to the Greater Miami Jewish Community. On April 26 of this year representatives of all Jewish organizations in Greater Miami formed a Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, the purpose of which was to coordinate the various efforts in behalf of the Jewish boys in the armed forces. Since then much progress has been made in achieving the original aim of the committee. One of the problems with which the committee has been concerned is the social and recreational needs of the men in the armed forces. At a recent meeting of the executive committee the social and recreational committee was given the task of providing home hospitality during the coming High Holidays. Through the aid of the Jewish groups in the community, a list now is being compiled of all families willing to provide the Jewish men with meals and sleeping accommodations. We take this means of advising the Jewish community of Greater Miami that every uniformed man in this area will be provided with home hospitality. There is no necessity for any organization to make financial appeals for that purpose. There is no necessity for any individual to give one cent to any organization in response to such appeals. The committee is preparing a ist of all Jewish boys who will Swe n 0 m, became*the'first AnwriMcxde From Fresh Oranges 1 be stationed here for the High Holidays. This list will be turned over to the social recreational committee so that adequate arrangements may be made for them. Religious needs are being met through services arranged by the religious committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. This letter is particularly timely in view of an item in the August 7 issue of The Jewish Floridian, constituting an appeal for funds by one Greater Miami Jewish organization on the ground that "a five dollar donation will pay for all the meals for one soldier on both days of Rosh Hashonnah and Yom Kippur." Any such solicitations for funds are unauthorized by this committee. In order to avoid duplication of efforts and render the maximum service, we call upon the Jewish people of Greater Miami to cooperate wholeheartedly in the work of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee. Sincerely, Sam Blank, Chairman Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) leaders William Fox, onetime leader of the film industry, is, they say, planning a comeback in that field—this time as a producer Henri Bernstein, the French author now living in New York, is working on a new drama, and keeping the gossip columns busy speculating on his latest romance Did you know that it was Kenneth McKenna, Metro story editor, who persuaded produced Sidney Franklin to make "Mrs. Miniver?" McKenna, in case you've forgotten, is the brother of Jo Mielziner, the stage designer. ABOUT PEOPLE There is a great deal of speculation on what job Governor Lehman will get after he quits the executive mansion at Albany Our guess is that he will receive a post of cabinet ranking—one that is now occupied by a famous New Dealer The War Production Board's Robert Nathan (not to be confused with the poet and novelist Robert Nathan) is expected to become chairman of the new British-American Resources and planning Committee. Sam Rosoff, rotund builder of New York's subways, is going to construct a long irrigation tunnel for Mexico Congratulations to columnist Louis Sobol on the marriage of his daughter Natalie Monica Lewis, who has been warbling at the Stork Club this summer, is the youngest daughter of Leon Bloom, himself a well-known musician of Manhattan, and one of the town's finest piano teachers. THE LEVYS HAVE IT The newly published Volume Seven of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia is dedicated to the memory of Jacob H. Schiff, but its outstanding feature seems to be the Levy clan, various mem' bers of which take up all of thirteen pages in this tome The list starts with the Levy family of France, famous as publishers of French authors of the calibre of Ernest Rcnan and Victor, Hugo, and continues through to William Mallory Levy, a major in the Confederate Army during the Civil War ... So now we are able to tell you that Asser Levy, also known as Asser Levy van can Jewish citizen, and was the first champion of Jewish rights in the New World ... It was due to his persistent efforts that the Dutch administration of New Amsterdam admitted Jews to full citizensip rights Then there was Hayman Levy, whose distinction it was to nave employed the original John Jacob Astor to beat furs, at the munificent salary of a dollar a day And Louis Edward and Max Levy, brothers who won distinction in the field of photo-engraving Max, indeed, invented the halftone screen so universally used now And, finally, Commodore Uriah Phillips Levy, who fathered the law for the abolition of corporal punishment in the American navy Commodore Levy purchased the Monticcllo home of Thomas Jefferson, whom he always admired greatly, and in his will bequeathed that shrine to the nation But the will later was invalidated, and it was not until quite recently that the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association purchased Monticello, which in the meanwhile had belonged to various members of the Levy family. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. it j %  1



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PAGE EIGHT + k n is I ftcrldkiri FRIDAY, AUGUST U, the scrap campaign was intended %  simply to enrich junk dealers. Since it is a well known fact that the scrap industry is largely in the hands of Jews who built I it up, the broadcasters did not j hesitate to accuse the Jews of furthering the drive for their I own ends ... Of course it is understandable why Germany would like to sec this campaign flop Everything that holds back the war effort, everything that helps to slow down the production of war materials is to the interest of the enemy. In A Creditable Manner So insistent did this word of mouth propaganda, of which the above quotes are a sample, become, that the Committee on Military Affairs of the House of Representatives saw fit to delve j deeply into its progress ... A special committee on material, procurement and personnel was appointed ... Its interim report, Scrapology j released recently by the U. S. ". There is still a lot of con' Government Printing Office, profusion about (the scrap collec[ vides the answer to the current tion drive) whether it is pa\ stories There has been no triotic to collect money for it, j widespread profiteering in the whether some junk man is getting scrap drive ... By and large the rich on selling the free stuff ." scrap industry has conducted it•The only ones who are bene| \ c T i{ in %  "editable manner filing from the scrap collection Naturally, there have been a campaign are the junk dealers few violators (c. g. the owners of who are able to make exorbitant < w J un v i iirds requisitioned in profits through hoarding." j Savannah) but this is to be ex, I pected in an industry which has True or false. 15m dealcrs and 2 00.0u0 emFalse, of course! Both of FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William f*^. Boxerman V's^k. Tho vtewa expressed by Mr. Boxer* man are his own and
  • not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Plorldian. ployes. No Hoarding To the average person unacquainted with this business, the seemingly large stocks of old cars in automobile graveyards or junk dealers' lots seem to give cred1 ence to the charge that there is Presumably, neither one of flagrant hoarding For that these two sources had any mareason, this portion of the comlicious intent in uttering the mittee's report is pertinent: thoughts indicated Yet. sad "It sould be borne in mind that to say, unknowingly they had, scrap metal yards and so-called taken their cue from the propaautomobile graveyards are units ganda ministry of Goebbels. And of two separate industries these quotations illustrates well the technique of the Nazi line. The first is taken from the columns of a Florida weekly The second emanates from the lips of a very well-known civic leader. they were as puppets whose strings were being pulled by the master puppeteer in Berlin. Yes. Hitler's agents have done their work well This is proof, if such were needed, of the effectiveness of the Nazis* greatest psychological weapon One day after the United States Government announced a nationwide project for the collection of scrap, the Nazi short-wave English broadcasts directed to our country were devoted to a socalled "expose" of "the scrap hoax" ... A studied effort was made to convince the American people that the scrap was being hoarded for a higher price and Some of the complaints registered with governmental agencies and in the public press come from persons who are not fully informed as to such differentiation. The operator of an automobile graveyard is concerned primarily with retrieving car parts for resale His interest is secondary in bodies, fenders, and other light iron which cannot be used economically in open-hearth furnaces Discarded automobiles piled up in a graveyard may mislead the casual observer into believing it to be a repository of hoarded scrap metal. "The scrap-yard pile is the dealer's stock in trade, and the for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In l>AI>E FEUBKAL t>F MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION UQJ,^ Which has never paid less than M^Sf/ 3' on insured savings. ^^RrnVr RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here fact that it is visible does not necessarily indicate hoarding On the contrary, what appears to the uninitiated as a huge pile of scrap metal is no more than the dealer's normal and necessary inventory ... An unusually large tonnage is required during the present emergency." Prices Pegged But what about the charge of excessive profits being made by dealers? The same report indicates that a ceiling has been set. a fixed minimum price of $17.68 on a net ton basis at Pittsburgh. This price allows the dealer only a fair profit ... It would be impossible for anyone to get more by hoarding it and thus presumably creating a greater demand for it Most dealers are well aware of the requisitioning powers of the government. With so much talk in our own community about the scrap drive, it might be well to clip this statement of the situation for future reference in answering some of the false generalizations one hears. Gut Shabbos! PERFECT FLORIDA WATERFRONT HOME MIAMI BEACH ON LAKEVIEW DRIVE: A neighborhood of beautiful homes. A NEW picturesque 2-story residence built on reinforced concrete pil, ings by owner for personal use j on a fan-shaped plot facing south. 137 ft. on waterway and 187 ft. in depth, concrete sea | wall, fine dock, beautifully j landscaped with many varieties ol tropical fruit trees. Perfect surroundings. ON FIRST LEVEL: You enter a long tiled cloister which opens onto a lovely patio with a builtin outdoor grill expensively | equipped. Spacious living room, knotty pine-panelled library with log-burning fireplace, vitrolite powder room, dining room, breakfast room with large scientifically planned electric kitchen leading to a laundry and two servants' rooms with bath. Specially constructed and equipped dark room for photography. Facing the waterway is a large tiled canopied terrace which completes the first floor. ON SECOND LEVEL. Four bedrooms with 3 beautifully tiled bathrooms, 2 sundecks, 1 cano! pied, accessible from each bed! room. Ample closet space. Entire residence has been planned to capitalize extensive water vista and full advantage of Southeast trade winds. House equipped with large air-cooling fan system. Spacious 2-car garage. OWNER transferred North. Price asked S32.500 unfurnished against which OFFERS ARE SOLICITED. BUY WAR BONDS Foil PEACE i:tv A HOME FOR HAPPINESS. B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor "TRUSTWORTHY SERVICE" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative A. Levin is now a member of the Norton Gallery Glee Club. Mrs. Leah Dubbin is spending iher vacation at Hcndersonville. Miss Rose Goodmark of Miami is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodmark. Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman left this week for a month's vacation to be spent in Chicago. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Gallick. 529 Gardenia are Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirsch of Philadelphia. Mrs. Fanny Ryder and son departed this week for Hcndersonville where they will spend a month's vacation. Mrs. J. Leo Raider left for Chicago where she will spend a month with her son-in-law ai daughter, Mr. and Mrs S. Sonz Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold and daughter Marion. 310 Waltrm Blvd., left for New York to 5 relatives and friends. They will return in about six weeks, spending a part of the time visiting in the mountains. For the Best in Dairy Products LFA WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES ^^ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the £-£~s %  "*&i'.'£^ Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProKB tKlAM ducts and Ice Cream. WUIU -i* AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE I 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fire and all Kindred Lines of Insurance DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry Spend your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains OSCEOLA LAKE INN Hendersonville, N. 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    August 14, 1942

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    London (WNS)The immedi-
    ate formation of a Palestine regi-
    ment, in which Jews and Arabs
    will fight side by side, which
    was announced in the House of
    Commons by British Secretary of
    War Sir James Grigg, "consti-
    tutes a welcome step forward but
    does not by any means go suffi-
    ciently far in enlisting the full
    manpower of Palestine Jewry,"
    Berl Locker, political adviser to
    the Jewish Agency for Palestine
    declared here this week.
    Addressing a meeting of the
    Zionist Federation of Great Bri-
    tain and Ireland, Mr. Locker
    said: "The unification of the ex-
    isting ten Jewish companies of the
    Buffs (a royal British regiment)
    into Jewish battalions of the Pal-
    estine Regiment and the decision
    to recruit an additional 10,000
    men opens new possibilities for
    the enlistment of thousands of
    Palestinian Jews, and there can
    be no doubt that the Jews of Pal-
    estie will cooperate in this set-up.
    "But Jewish battalions in a
    mixed regiment are not a Jewish
    fighting force, although it is as-
    sumed that they will be granted
    their own Jewish name and
    badge. The Jewish Agency will do
    all in its power to achieve the
    formation of such a force. At
    least 20,000 Jewish men could
    be enlisted in such a force, in
    addition to the 14,500 already
    serving in the army, air force
    and navy."
    PALI Federation Elects Officers for
    Year; Will Extend Usefulness
    New officers were selected Sher, and Harry Sirkin. drafting the new by-laws were
    Thursday evening at the Greater, Steps were taken to enIarge the Arthur Friedman and William I.
    Miami Jewish Federation annual scope of Federation and to in. Boxerman. The annual meeting
    meeting held in the Ingraham: creasc its democratic representa- passed a resolution authorizing
    Building. Benjamin E. Bronston,' tion in the jcwish community, the executive committee to take
    prominent Miami Beach realtor, Louis Heiman, chairman of a '. the necessary steps to amend the
    and active Federation worker,; committee appointed to bring in charter of Federation to conform
    was re-elected president for the
    coming year. Five vice-presi-
    dents elected were Monte Selig,
    Jacob Sher. Sam Blank, Mitchell
    to the new by-laws.
    The new laws placed additional
    restrictions on the local Jewish
    organizations of Greater Miami
    JEWS IN POLAND ASK FOR
    IMMEDIATE FOOD RELIEF
    Stockholm (WNS)Disclosing
    that the following autumn may
    see even greater starvation in oc-
    cupied Poland, letters written by
    Jews in ghettos in Warsaw, Cra-
    cow and others appealed to Am-
    erican Jewry for immediate food
    shipments to keep them alive
    during the war.
    The appeals pointed out that
    the Nazi authorities faced with
    prospects of a very poor crop
    this year, have threatened to
    further reduce the food rations
    of Jews and Poles. The Nazis
    have also announced that a state
    of emergency effective August 1
    for four months and that anyone
    violating the food regulations
    during that time will be subject
    to the death penalty.
    REFUGEE GIRL CONDUCTING
    COURSES IN NUTRITION
    New York (WNS)Chana Bat-
    Barukh, young refugee graduate
    "f the Mizrachi Women's Beth
    Zeiroth Mizrachi in Jerusalem
    *ho completed a scholarship
    course at Pratt Institute. Brook-
    'yn this year, is conducting nu-
    Benjamin E. Bronston
    President
    Wolfson, and Dr. Frank Coret.
    Morton Russack was elected sec-
    retary of Federation, and Joseph
    M. Lipton treasurer. The annual
    meeting unanimously re-elected
    Stanley C. Myers chairman of
    the board for the coming year.
    The nominating committee pre-
    senting names for election con-
    sisted of Mrs. Benjamin Myers,
    chairman; Irving Frankel, J. Ger-
    ald Lewis, Monte Selig, Jacob
    a suggested new draft of a con-
    stitution and by-laws, presented
    a report of this committee.
    The annual meeting voted to
    increase the power of Federation
    from a fund-raising and distrib-
    uting body to include community
    planning. It was decided that
    Federation should be the voice of
    the Jewish community and the
    machinery through which com-
    munal matters of a city-wide na-
    ture are handled.
    To keep in line with this added
    responsibility the membership of
    Federation was increased. Ac-
    | cording to the new by-laws which
    j were adopted any individual who
    contributes to Federation, and
    who pays at least S5 on his pledge
    by the date of the annual meeting
    is entitled to membership and to
    vote on all matters at the annual
    meeting of Federation. Hereto-
    fore members were limited to
    contributors of $25 or more.
    The board was enlarged so that
    all elements of the Jewish com-
    munity would be included. Each
    Miami Jewish organization was
    given one voice on the board of
    directors and in addition seventy-
    five of the outstanding members that were members of Federation,
    of Greater Miami Jewry were se-, Henceforth no organization that
    lected as members of the board of \ is a member of Federation can
    directors for the coming year, have a general campaign for
    The first published list of Federa- funds without first consulting and
    tion board members will appear \ receiving the permission of the
    in the August 14th issue of The! executive committee of Federa-
    Jewish Floridian. ; tion.
    Following a spirited discussion' The newly elected board of di-
    on the new by-laws, and the rectors of Federation will hold its
    election the new officers pledged first meeting early in September
    themselves to serve Federation to [ to organize its work for the com-
    the best of their ability through ing year, to elect a new executive
    the difficult war year ahead. committee, and to plan for the
    In addition to Louis E. Heiman. coming Federation campaign
    other members of the committee which will be held in February.
    INDUSTRIAL HEAD
    JOBS
    L ALIE
    Stanley C. Myers
    Chairman of the Board
    New York (WNS)Miss Frieda
    S. Miller, State Industrial Com-
    missioner and chairman of the
    State War Council's committee
    on discrimination in employment,
    this week called upon Paul V.
    McNutt, Federal Security Ad-
    ministrator and war manpower
    chief, to "go all the way" to
    make it possible for loyal aliens
    to secure jobs in war industries.
    Praising proposed changes in
    Federal regulations to expedite
    Army and Navy consent to em-
    ploy aliens on secret war con-
    tracts, Miss Miller pointed out,
    however, that "confusion due to
    discrepancies in Federal practice
    is so great among war contractors
    that it is virtually impossible
    In our experience, for any alien,
    friendly or otherwise, to get a
    job in heavy war industry,
    whether on secret contracts or
    not."
    This condition prevails, Miss
    Miller added, despite the fact
    that President Roosevelt on July
    !1 reiterated previous statements
    that no Federal law or policy
    precluded the employment of
    aliens in either non-war or war
    industries, except on aeronauti-
    cal contracts or on contracts
    classified as secret, confidential
    pr restricted, in which cases the
    employer, or holder of the con-
    tract, must obtain permission
    from the War or Navy Depart-
    ment to employ specific aliens.
    RUMANIAN POLICE HOLD
    SYSTEMATIC RAIDS ON JEWS
    Geneva (WNS)Rumanian po-
    lice have launched systematic
    raids on Jewish homes to "check
    up" against violations of the
    various anti-Jewish decrees, ac-
    cording to private advices reach-
    ing here.
    An official police communique j
    stated that the police will check |
    to see whether Jews possess ille- | tation of Jews from the occupied
    DUTCH JEWS ARE
    DEPORTED AETER
    DARK TD STOP ACTS
    RUSSIAN JEWS RECEIVE A
    LARGE PART OF AWARDS
    Kuibyshev (WNS) Russian
    Jewish soldiers and sailors
    have received a large proportion
    of the awards issued in the last
    few months by the Soviet Gov-
    ernment for valor and courage
    under fire, it was announced
    here.
    Despite the fact that the Jews
    ^i^lS^S-^JSS: nk seventh In population among
    gal merchandise, are trying to
    avoid compulsory labor service
    or have failed to sign over their
    homes to "Aryans." Those found
    guilty of violating any of these
    restrictions will be deported to
    Rumanian-occupied Soviet ter-
    ritory and their possessions con-
    fiscated, the announeement said.
    Meanwhile, the Nazi radio an-
    nounced that of the 750.0(10 Jews
    Netherlands to the Polish ghettos
    take place during the dead of
    night because Nazi occupation
    officials fear to provoke anti-Na-
    zi and pro-Jewish demonstra-
    tions, it was reported here this
    week.
    In the past hundreds of Hol-
    landers thronged to the railway
    stations from which the Jews
    were to depart, bringing gifts
    and food packages and shouting
    words of encouragement to the
    tftion classes sponsored by the -
    Mizrachi Women's Organization in Rumania, including Bessarabia
    of America this week i and Bukovina. before the out-
    For the duratTon Chana ex-' break of war. only 270,000 re- Jews. These departures frequent-
    Pecs to devote all her acUviUes j main. Since previous reports y ended as ant.-Naz, demonstra-
    t0 civilian defense work After' placed the number of Jews de- tions.
    ^ war, she hopes tTretur^ to! ported from Rumania by ant.- The pro-Jewish demonstrations
    destine, there to teach her Semitic Premier Ion Antonescu had reached such proportions, the
    st"dents in the Mizrachi Wo- at more than 200,000. it appears r
    men's Schools 1'kely that about one quarter of
    a million Jews have been killed
    -Buy War Savings Bonds-
    reports said, that the Nazi au
    thorities decided to eliminate
    them by shifting the departure
    by the Rumanians and Nazis hour to the middle of the night.
    the many nationalities in the
    Soviet Union, they rate fourth
    in the number of awards re-
    ceived. In addition to the honors
    for military exploits, the Jews
    received many of the honors
    given for increased war produc-
    tion.
    It was announced this week
    that several noted Russian Jew-
    ish historians, members of the
    Jewish Culture department of
    the Ukranian Academy of
    Sciences, are compiling a history
    of the fightings traditions of the
    Jewish people from ancient times
    until the present. The work will
    analyze the Jewish attitude to-
    wards warfare as established
    over a period of several thou-
    sand years.
    Buy War Bonds Today
    PALESTINE JEWS ENDORSE
    REGIMENT FOR PALESTINE
    Jerusalem (WNS)The Jewish
    Agency for Palestine and the
    Jewish National Council (Vaad
    Leumi) this week issued a joint
    manifesto endorsing the an-
    nounced formation of a Palestine
    Regiment, consisting of separate
    Arab and Jewish infantry bat-
    talions, for service in the Middle
    East.
    The manifesto declared that
    the Jews of Palestine must prove
    worthy of the new opportunity
    and apealed for thousands of ad-
    ditional Jewish volunteers.
    The influential Histadruth
    newspaper "Davar" stated: "At
    last something has been done to
    give Palestine Jewry the chance
    of reinforcing the defense of Pal-
    estine, and Palestine Jewry will
    know how to take advantage of
    this to the fullest." The "Haaretz"
    said that the "government's deci-
    sion demonstrates that Palestine's
    Jewry's willingness to do its part
    is appreciated both in London and
    Cairo. The decision paves the
    way for a larger number of Jews
    enlisting for the defense of Pal-
    estine."
    RAID ALARMS IN HAIFA. TEL
    AVIV BUT NO RAIDERS SHOW
    Jerusalem (WNS) Four air
    raid alarms in Haifa and one in
    Tel Aviv brought Palestine to the
    alert last week end. However, no
    enemy planes appeared either
    in Haifa or in the all-Jewish
    city of Tel Aviv. Ground defenses
    were in action in Haifa during the
    first alarm.
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    PAGE TWO
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    FRIDAY, AUGUST 14,
    Social

    Personals
    Clubs

    Organizations
    PERSONALS
    Mrs. E. L. Huff and daughter
    are visiting in Savannah.

    Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleeman left
    for a month's vacation to New
    York.

    Miss Rose Courshon is in the
    north vacationing for several
    weeks.

    David Urbach returned recent-
    ly from an extended trip through
    the Carolinas.

    Joseph Siegal is spending sev-
    eral days this week in New York
    City on business.

    Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel
    are leaving for Hendersonville,
    N. C. for a vacation.

    Sam Esrof^, formerly of Mi-
    ami and now of Lakeland, was a
    visitor in the city this past week.

    Mrs. Elizabeth Urban, 433 15th
    St., Miami Beach, left this week
    for a vacation at Long Beach.
    L, I.
    PERSONALS
    COLLEGE SHOP
    is open

    Come and see our
    "horse mr
    FASHIONS
    BIKE PANTS
    of jumbo wale corduroy
    for you who've taken to
    "wheels." Brown or
    green________________$6.98
    With them, a gay Tarter-
    sall check skirt_____$3.98
    Morris Bear is a patient at the
    Jackson Memorial Hospital where
    he is recuperating from a recent
    operation.

    M. B. Frank is spending a short
    vacation in the Carolinas. He
    will return to the city in time
    for the Holidays.

    Miss Sonya Shpall. member of
    the religious faculty of the Beth
    Jacob Congregation, is spending
    her vacation in New York.

    Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau are
    leaving for a vacation trip in
    the North. Enroute they will
    visit their sons in army camps.
    Mrs. Z. Weissmann of 1920 S.
    W. 21st Terrace is spending sev-
    eral weeks with her daughter.
    Mrs. Carl Goldstein in New Ro-
    chelle, N. Y.

    Sidney Dickson. son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Sam Dickson. returned
    to the city this week after spend-
    ing several months in the north
    visiting relatives and friends.

    Dr. Max Pepper has returned
    to the city after vacationing in
    New York. He will reopen his
    offices in the Ingraham Bldg.. for
    the practice of general medicine.

    Mrs. Sam Shapiro and son.
    Irwin. Bronx. N. Y. are the
    guests of Mrs. Shapiro's brother
    and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
    Joseph Seigal. 421 N. W. 4th
    Street.

    Dave Emmer. now actively en-
    caged in business in Norfolk and
    Washington, was in Miami this
    week for a short stay with his
    family who make their home
    here on Miami Beach.

    Miss Sarah Rose Schwartz,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
    Schwartz, has returned to the
    city after spending some time
    visiting in Columbia. S. C. Hen-
    dersonville and Atlanta.

    Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kap-
    lan left this week for a three
    - vacation. They will be in
    Asheville. N. C. for two weeks
    and spend the remainder of the
    time in Savannah. Ga.
    TOWER
    THEATRE
    S. W. 8th St. at ^5th
    AIR-CONDITIONED
    FRI. & SAT. (Matinee Only)
    AUG. 1415th
    "Them beautiful Bums
    is on the screen"
    "It Happened
    In Flatbush"
    WITH
    LLOYD NOLAN
    CAROLE LANDIS
    SAT. EVENING AND SUN.
    THRU TUES., AUG. 15-18
    Thrilling story of the Fly-
    ing, Daredevil Yanks over
    Europe.
    "ERGLE
    squnDRon
    WITH
    ROBT. STACK
    JOHN HALL
    DIANA BARRYMORE
    "Eagle Squadron" also
    showing at Cameo Theatre,
    Miami Beach
    PERSONALS
    Arnold Raxin. 18 years old. son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Raxin,
    123 N. E. 50th Street. Miami, has
    enlisted in the Marine Corps and
    is stationed at Paris Island. He
    was a student at Edison High
    school and is a member of the
    A. Z. A.

    Miss Harriet Palmer, daughter
    of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palm-
    er, is a guest at the Lord Tarle-
    ton Hotel. Miami Beach, visiting
    her parents and friends. After
    a week's stay she will return to
    Columbia. S. C.

    Mrs. Edward Schwartz, of
    Cleveland. Ohio, arrived this
    week for a three weeks visit with
    her mother. Mrs. Max .Weinber-
    ger 1124 N. W. 3rd Street. She
    was accompanied by her two
    sons. Clyde and Richard.

    Dr Simon Ginzberg. distin-
    guished Hebrew poet and scholar,
    and his wife. Devorah Ginzberg.
    poetess and author in her own
    right, of New York City, are vis-
    iting in Miami. They are stop-
    ping at the home of their sister
    and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
    David Freedman. 1035 Washing-
    ton Ave.. Miami Beach. Dr Ginz-
    berg. director of Palestine He-
    brew Cultural Fund, is well
    known in Miami and throughout
    the United States as a lecturer on
    Hebrew culture.
    Mrs. Verna Harris, 240 N. E.
    110th Terrace, announces the
    marriage of her daughter. Marsha
    Theresa Harris, to Alvin Edward
    Horowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Maurice Horowitz, Miami Beach,
    July 18. in Hollywood, Cal. Both
    attended Miami Beach High and
    he also attended Riverside Mil-
    itary Academy. They are resid-
    ing in Hollywood.

    Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen of Mi-
    ami Beach are announcing the
    marriage of their daughter Belle
    to Lieut. Edward Peyser, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. M. Peyser of Phila-
    delphia. Pa. The ceremony was
    an event of July 18 at the Ben
    Franklin Hotel in Philadelphia,
    attended by her parents. Lieut,
    and Mrs. Peyser reside at Peters-
    burg, Va.. where he is stationed.
    REGIONAL DIRECTOR A.D.L
    TO LECTURE TO ARBEITERS
    Win. I. Boxerman. Florida Re-
    gional Director of the Anti-De-
    famation League, will be the fea-
    tured speaker at a lecture spon-
    sored by the Arbeiter Ring. Work-
    men's Circle. Sunday evening.
    August 16.
    Addressing the gathering on
    the topic. "Let's Look at the Rec-
    ords." Mr. Boxerman will dis-
    cus? the present day phases of
    Anti-Semitism, spreading of pro-
    paganda, the truth of present day
    issues and the Jewish peo-
    ples' part that they are today
    playing. He will speak in both
    Jewish and English.
    The affair is scheduled to
    start at 8:00 p. m. at the Labor
    Lyceum. Collins Ave.. Miami
    Beach. The program will also
    include musical selections with
    Mrs. Packer. Mrs. Teitlebaum and
    Harry Rose participating.
    DEFENSE FIRST AID UNIT IS
    IN NEED OF NEW MEMBERS
    The bris of the son of Mr. ai
    Mrs. Hy Friedman, 2161 s. W
    22nd Terrace, took place on
    Thursday afternoon, at Jackson
    Memorial Hospital, with Rabbi S
    M. Machtei officiating.
    ORGANIZATIONS
    The Arbeiter Ring, Workmen's
    Circle Branch No. 692, will hold
    a regular meeting Tuesday eve.
    ning, August 12 at the Labor Ly-
    ceum on Miami Beach. The meet-
    ing will open promptly at eight
    o'clock.
    A first aid unit of the Dade
    County Defense Council dealing
    with nursing, stretcher bearers
    and other relative hospitalization
    subjects is in need of additional
    members to participate in the de-
    fense project. "The merit of the
    work and the need of all of us
    participating cannot be too strong-
    ly stressed." Corporal Lena Janis,
    active in the unit's work, stated.
    "Under the capable direction of
    Capt. Ulmer, we meet every Mon-
    day and Wednesday evenings,
    learning and assisting wherever
    we are needed. I would greatly
    appreciate anyone interested in
    this work to kindly contact me at
    the Floral Apts.. 1028 S. W. 3rd
    St., phone 2-9372. and give them
    any additional information they
    nay desire."
    Experienced Housekeeper to assist
    in taking care of sick member of
    family of three adults. Permanent
    position; can live on premises: light
    housekeeping duties. Phone 2-5904.
    P. S. GRUEN
    1040 S. W. Thirteenth Ave.. Miami.
    FAST DAY PROCLAIMED FOR
    JEWRY THROGHOUT WORLD
    New York (RNS)The Union
    of Orthodox Rabbis of U. S. and
    Canada has designated Wednes-
    day, Aug. 12 as a Fast Day for
    Orthodox Jewry throughout the
    world.
    In synagogues, men and women
    of Orthodox Jewish faith will
    gather on that day and partici-
    pate in prayers for alleviation of
    the sufferings of Jews oppressed
    under the Hitler regime.
    The Rabbis Union has commun-
    icated with the Chief Rabbis of
    Great Britain. Argentine. Brazil,
    and all other South American re-
    publics, and cooperation of the
    Orthodox Jewish committees has
    been secured to assure world-
    wide observance of this newly-
    proclaimed Day of Fast.
    MASARYK SAYS FREEMEN
    MUST NOT FORGET DUTIES
    London (WNS)Jan Masaryk.
    Foreign Minister of the Czech
    government-in-exile. drclarcd
    thisweek that "free people must
    never forget their obligations to
    the suffering Jews, Czechs. Poles
    and others." The Czech leader
    spoke at a reception in his honor
    at the home of the family of the
    late Zionist head Nahum Sokolow.
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    A d-ty every man
    owes himself and his
    "am.ly is that of pro-
    viding a final resting
    c ace. It is only wise
    a-d prudent that the
    selection of a cemetery
    lot should be made in
    "advance of need." The
    selection of a cemetery
    lot does not bring its
    use any nearer, but it
    does dispose of a duty
    with comfort and
    due deliberaton.
    Mount Nebo has a
    definite assured capital
    structure wth no out-
    standing debts and i
    not subject to the
    whims and caprices of
    an annually elected
    group of officers who
    know nothing of pro-
    per cemetery manag-
    ing and have no per-
    sonal or financial res-
    ponsibility to you.
    Maybe you feel that you have already provided !
    quate burial protection for your familyby paying dues
    to some organization which offers burial space. ou\
    such organizations usually scatter families in different
    cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place.
    Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic signts.
    Families completely torn apart, scattered among strang-
    ers, lack of upkeepall because the head of the family
    THOUGHT he had provided properly.
    No matter how long you have been a member of an
    organizationno matter how much you hve paid in dues
    it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly
    from Mount Nebo. This Is a sure way you can prevent
    your loved ones from being scattered.
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    FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1942
    +Jenisti HarfdRar?
    PAGE THREE
    MARCHING MEN
    THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI 1! NAMES M. SILVER
    ,This weekly feature In prepared
    hv the public relations committee of
    he ('.renter Miami Army and Navy
    riiminittee of the National Jewish
    Welfare Hoard. The committee ln-
    Jhi..H William I. Boxerman, chair-
    man lleiijamln Bronston. *Ted K.
    Bhoc'het and Paul Wcltzman.
    (Contributions to this column are
    wl,omecl, particularly In the form of
    utters received here from Greater
    Miami boya now In the service.)
    Expansion
    And after many unforeseen de-
    lays the Army and Navy Com-
    mittee finally opens the new ser-
    vice men's center at 1711 Alton
    Road on a week-round basis .
    Heretofore operated experiment-
    ally on Saturday nights, the use
    made of the building by the men
    in uniform amply justifies a full
    time program Were it not for
    the generosity of Carl Weinkle
    who provided the physical set-
    ting for this new enterprise, the
    tireless effort of the Miami Beach
    Service League, and Sam Blank,
    the genial chairman of the Army
    and Navy Committee, the vision
    of a community-sponsored facil-
    ity on the Beach still would be
    a pipe-dream.
    Victory Girls
    To adequately take care of the
    center social needs the Miami
    Beach Service League held a tea
    last Sunday at the home of Mrs.
    Sadye Oster Fifty Victory
    girls organized themselves into
    a club for assisting particularly
    in the Saturday night dances .
    Regina Oster and Ida Schreiber
    were elected temporary chairman
    and secretary respectively .
    The girls plan to meet once a
    week and hope to enlarge their
    membership rapidly One of
    the special projects they are un-
    dertaking is the collection of
    books and games to be used at
    the recreational center.
    Last Tuesday evening the
    League sponsored a card party,
    proceeds of which were devoted
    to the purchase of additional fur-
    nishings for the center.
    An Appeal for Help
    A new naval base housing 300
    men is being opened in the Mi-
    ami area The boys are badly
    in need of a piano, billiard and
    ping pong tables, chairs, athletic
    equipment, and radios ... Do you
    have one of these articles or know
    of someone willing to contribute?
    If so, call Mrs. Essie Shaffer at the
    Y, 3-4012, who has been doing a
    splendid job as chairman of the
    gift committee, a subdivision of
    the social and recreational com-
    mittee.
    What They are Saying
    We are in receipt of an inter-
    esting letter from Ensign God-
    frey K. Newman, now at the
    Harvard Naval Training School.
    Newman, formerly an attorney in
    the Mercantile National Bank
    Building, is a graduate of Miami
    University Law School ... He
    was inducted on July 1 with the
    rank of ensign and will graduate
    irom the Harvard Naval Train-
    ing School at Cambridge about
    the first of September New-
    wan makes some interesting com-
    ments on his adaptation to his
    new surroundings:
    "We got our first orders, and
    it seems we were assigned to the
    dorms ... No one can live out-
    Slde There are three of us in
    a suite consisting of two bed-
    rooms and a living room ... I
    have the single bedroom as I got
    here first ... We are living on
    the main campus in a very beau-
    tiful spot ... We eat in Harvard's
    real old dining room, a beautiful
    place, and the food is wonderful.
    Maids make up our rooms and
    waitresses serve us Remem-
    ber, we are all officers, so we
    get that service.
    "The school is very similar to
    the one in Miami Beach for new-
    ly appointed officers ... We have
    everything from ensigns to full
    commanders in it All are very
    fine fellows and my room mates
    are of the very best One
    teaches in Tampa U Inci-
    dentally, Eddie Duchin is one of
    ushe lives right underneath
    me."
    Jottings
    Corporal Maurice M. Lehman,
    Jr., son of Mrs. M. M. Lehman,
    now attached to the signal corps
    ferrying command in India, has
    been made a member of the guard
    of honor to the Duke of Glouces-
    ter .. Lehman has been in ser-
    vice a year and is rated a tech-
    nician in the ferrying command.
    County Engineer Edmund
    Friedman has received commis-
    sion as captain in the specialists'
    corps of the Army ... He has
    been granted a leave of absence
    by the county Friedman for-
    merly was city manager of Coral
    Gables.
    Raymond Kutner, 1675 S. W.
    10th Street, is now stationed at
    Fort McClelland, Alabama .
    Raymond entered the service
    about two months ago.
    Thank You Notes
    From a mother in Brooklyn:
    "I wish to thank you for the
    pleasant enjoyment you are giv-
    ing to my son ... I am sure
    that mothers throughout the coun-
    try are grateful for what you are
    doing Please accept this small
    gift in sincere appreciation."
    And from a Bronx mother
    whose son is stationed on the
    Beach: "May God bless you and
    all the others who are affording
    our boys such desirable recrea-
    tion."
    Max Silver was selected by the
    Dade County Bar Association to
    head the Legal Aid Bureau,
    sponsored by that body, it was
    announced. Mr. Silver, a gradu-
    ate of the University of Miami,
    is a practicing attorney here,
    maintaining offices in the Sey-
    bold Bldg. Active in synagogal
    affairs and civic organizational
    endeavors he serves as financial
    secretary of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
    B'rith.
    The legal-aid office established
    by the association Sept. 1, 1941,
    THE Y. M. H. A.
    NOTES
    By HARRY SCHWARTZ
    ZIONISTS APPROVE NEWEST
    REGIMENT OF JEWS. ARABS
    PALMER
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    New York (WNS)The an-
    nouncement in the House of Com-
    mons by British Secretary of War
    Sir James Grigg of the immed-
    iate formation of a Palestine
    Regiment, composed of separate
    Jewish and Arab infantry bat-
    talions, was applauded as a
    "marked advance" by the Ameri-
    can Emergency Committee for
    Zionist Affairs, but was criti-
    cized as inadequate by the Com-
    mittee for a Jewish Army and by
    Zionist-Revisionist groups here.
    . in Miami, Florida
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    and continued through July, 1942,
    handled over 1.700 cases for per-
    sons unable to employ counsel.
    Judge Stanley Milledge, retir-
    ing president of the Bar Asso-
    ciation, in his annual report de-
    livered last- week, stated: "As
    it is today, there is little justice
    for the poor unless they get help
    through charity. It is obvious
    that when the poor are without
    a remedy and can be imposed up-
    on with impunity, the victims be-
    come cynical and disgusted. In
    such cases, many of them be-
    come susceptible to subversive
    doctrine."
    Mr. Silver will be in charge of
    the legal aid office which main-
    Sains headquarter? at 52 E. Flag-
    ler Street.
    RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
    IN SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS
    Closing Exercises of Home Camp
    Next Thursday
    The final exercises of the Mi-
    ami Home Camp will take place
    next Thursday evening, August
    20, at 7 o'clock. All the accom-
    plishments by the children will
    publicly be demonstrated in vari-
    ous forms. There will be an ex-
    hibition of the arts and crafts
    work, two splendid performances
    by the dramatic group, the tap
    and ballet dancing class show
    what it has accomplished. In
    connection with this fine pro-
    ject, one of the features will be
    a Palestinian folk dance when
    children will sing Hebrew tunes
    and dance to the same. The pub-
    lic is invited.
    While we cannot single out
    any one project in the camp as
    the finest, we feel a great deal
    has been done in our Hebrew
    class under the guidance of Louis
    Gadon. Thanks to Rabbi Shapiro
    and the Beth David Synagogue to
    whom much credit is due for
    permitting Mr. Gadon to teach a
    beginners' class in Hebrew. One
    has only to see this class in ac-
    tion on Tuesday and Thursday
    afternoons to see how much the
    boys and girls enjoy it. As above
    stated, this is a class in begin-
    ners' Hebrew and were it not
    for Mr. Gadon, some of these chil-
    dren would never have learned
    this subject. It has been the idea
    of the Home Camp to inculcate
    Hebrew content in as many of its
    projects as is possible.
    Mr. Grossman is now prepar-
    ing a program wherein many of
    the features of the Home Camp
    will be retained for an all year
    round program after school. As
    soon as plans will have been com-
    pleted, the program will be an-
    nounced publicly.
    Membership Campaign to Start
    Soon
    We welcome the return of our
    vice president, Leo Ackerman,
    from his much needed vacation.
    As soon as Leo came back to
    town he immediately began to
    make plans for the coming mem-
    bership campaign. With Jimmie
    Kopelowitz as chairman, the suc-
    cess of the drive is assured. Watch
    these columns for further de-
    tails.
    Y.M.H.A. Board Meeting Next
    Wednesday
    The regular monthly meeting
    of the Y.M.H.A. board of direc-
    tors will take place next Wednes-
    day evening, August 19, at 8:30
    o'clock. This is the first monthly
    meeting under the revised con-
    stitution as adopted. Previously
    there were two meetings per
    month. This has been amended
    and hereafter there will be a
    board meeting on the third Wed-
    nesday of each month.
    Waitsmans Crush Weiners
    At the regular Sunday morning
    A.K. Softball League game, the
    Herman Waitsmans smashed the
    Al Weiners by an overwhelming
    score of 15 to 8. Again this Soft-
    ball League proved to be one of
    the most popular projects among
    the oldsters and youngsters alike.
    As is customary, this game was
    played last Sunday morning at
    the Riverside Playground. Those
    participating in the game were:
    The Herman Waitsmans: W.
    Rawlson, M. Newman, S. Weid-
    er. Herman Waitsman, Al Reis-
    man, S. Gladstone, N. Pallot, S.
    Levin, Doc Beckman, S. Shank-
    man, Al Berkowitz, M. Goldman,
    Norman Pallot.
    The Al Weiners: George Rach-
    lin. Pete Silverman, Al Weiner,
    Harry Schwartz, B. Miller, C.
    Weinkle, M. Friedman, R. Lubel,
    W. Mackauf, R. Klein, Hollis,
    Bull Lavine. Frank Rose.
    The Rabbinical Association of
    Greater Miami arranges weekly
    services on Sunday mornings, for
    men in the service. This Sun-
    day morning, August 16th, Rabbi
    Moses Mcscheloff will conduct
    the services at the Flamingo Park
    and at the Beth Jacob congrega-
    tion.
    Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
    services at the Roney Plaza Hotel
    and Dr. Samuel Bension at the
    Miami Beach Jewish Center.
    The Rabbinical Association Ra-
    dio Hour, over WIOD, will be
    conducted this Sunday by Rabbi
    Moses Mcscheloff, at 4:30 p. m.
    HEADS NEW HILLEL UNIT
    DISTRICT WELFARE BUREAU
    MIAMIANS AS CHAIRMEN
    Ask Your Local
    Delicatessen
    For the Bait

    H Costs No More
    OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
    KOSHER ZION
    SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
    Delicious Corned Beef
    Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meata
    Normal Ave. _______ Chicago
    37th and
    Troy C. Davis was elected chair-
    man and Mrs. Bernard Simon
    vice-chairman of District Welfare
    Board No. 9 at a meeting of that
    body in Miami. Wednesday.
    It was the first regular busi-
    ness session of the district board
    since new members were named
    by Gov. Spessard L. Holland.
    Other members of the board are
    the Rev. R. L. Allen. Miss Marie
    Anderson, Mrs. R. C. Hancock,
    Neil J. Hayes and Thomas F.
    O'Neil.
    There's aw
    ART
    to Cooking
    T
    -*m>

    Vegetables can be tasteless
    lacking in nourishment
    ... or they can be a tempting
    delicacy that's brimful of
    health-building vitamins
    and minerals. Meats, too,
    can be dried-out shrunken
    sinews ... or savory, juicy
    muscle-building foods.
    Yesthere's an art to
    cooking and the em-
    phasis today is' on "water-
    less" Gas cooking of vege-
    tables to retain their flavor
    and save valuable vitamins
    and minerals. Oven roasted
    meats also shrink less, re-
    tain their nutritional prop-
    erties and flavor when
    cooked the low tempera-
    ture Gas way.
    And more you also
    save Gas ... a vital '
    fuel for America's
    War Effort.
    Dr. Henry M. Rosenthal. who
    has been appointed director of,
    the new B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
    dation to be opened in the Sara
    Delano Roosevelt Interfaith 1
    House, the former town house of
    President Roosevelt, which was
    purchased through the efforts of
    B'nai B'rith, the Newman Club
    and the Y. W. C. A. and presented
    to Hunter College as a symbol of
    interfaith unity.
    PEOPLES
    COMPArW
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    VOLUME 15 NUMBER 33
    ELLUL 1, 5702
    MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1942
    AN INDIVIDUAL'S CONDUCT
    From time to time, various and sundry in-
    cidents arise creating differences of opinion
    and naturally pertinent comment. Some of
    these problems have a definite "right and
    WTong" answer to the issue. Others resolve
    themselves to individual's opinions 6nd their
    authority or background lending credence and
    substantiation to these statements,
    Appropos of a recent local incident, re-
    ferred to by one of our columnists in last week's
    issue, we reprint some remarks recently made
    by Sigmund Livingston, Chairman of The
    Anti-Defamation League, in a talk entitled
    "... Let us take Counsel Together."
    We must be mindful of the reaction of the
    Gentile as to the behavior of the individual
    Jew. The behaviorism of the individual Jew
    is unconsciously charged to the group. This
    is due to the fatal process of reasoning from
    the particular to the universal. In view of this
    state of affairs, the Jewish community has an
    interest in the conduct of each individual Jew.
    No individual, under such conditions has the
    right to claim absolute independence as to his
    behaviorism and accountable only to the po-
    lice power of the government. The individual
    Jew has no moral or ethical right to disregard
    the effect of his conduct upon the good name
    and esteem of the Jewry of his community.
    The Jewish group indirectly suffers from
    the malfeasance of the individual Jew over
    and above that suffered by the general public,
    therefore the Jewish community has an inter-
    est in the behavior of each individual. The
    fact that it is unjust to hold the group respon-
    sible for the conduct of individuals and that
    each individual should be judged as an indivi-
    dual, does not abrogate our special responsibili-
    ties. This responsibility is not of our choos-
    ing, it is forced upon us. Under conditions as
    they are, our responsibility is a rule of neces-
    sity.
    Each community should have a committee
    for the unpleasant duty of rendering advice
    and direction whenever needed in the beha-
    viorism of the individuals, to the end that the
    group does not suffer from the indiscretions
    or behavior of any member of the group.
    We must of course, recognize that we
    during this national emergency, more than
    ever before, is the self-discipline of the Jew of
    greatest importance. There is no doubt that
    the contribution of the Jew to the war efforts
    of this country will show to his credit. He
    will not shirk responsibility, nor will he be
    found wanting in the execution of whatever
    duties are assigned to him. In his commercial
    activities and social sphere, he must scrupul-
    ously adhere to the Biblical injunction:
    "Just balances, just weights.
    A just ephah. and a just hin
    Shall ye have:"
    Problems connected with self-discipline
    must be handled by local organizations.
    That differences of opinion occur are ex-
    tremely fortunate blessings. They reiterate the
    sphere of a Democracy. That we are and must
    continue to be our brother's keeper is self-evi-
    dent. Likewise must there be someone, group
    or individual, who will assume the responsi-
    bility for this necessity. The trouble has been
    in preventing each and every individual from
    assuming the role of a Soloman and taking
    upon himself the solving of all problems. An
    organization, organized for a specific purpose,
    is a necessity and to it must we cooperate
    whether concurring with our opinions at all
    times or not.

    THE NEW SPIRIT OF 1776
    "The spirit of liberty and freedom which
    inspired preceding generations to found and
    build up to their present high state of devel-
    opment our free institutions is the spirit that
    will win this war It should therefore be re-
    vitalized and cultivated to the fullest extent
    by all of the United Nations and their peoples.
    "... To the weary, hungry, unequipped
    Army of the American Revolution, the Fourth
    of July was a tonic of hope and inspiration. So
    is it now. The tough, grim men who fight for
    freedom in this dark hour take heart in its
    messagethe assurance of the right to liberty
    under Godfor all peoples and races and
    groups and nations, everywhere in the world."
    President Roosevelt.
    PELLEY
    William Dudley Pelley, who for years main-
    tained a continual ban-age against the Jews
    and attacked the Government and bespoke the
    cause of the Nazis has been convicted on ele-
    ven counts. Sentenced to fifteen years light
    punishment. Prosecutor Ewing told the court
    Pelley had sought to be the American Quisling.
    The evidence upholds this view and the case
    calls for a severer sentence.
    A number of notorious anti-Semites have
    been bagged along with Pelley in the Govern-
    ment hunt, but the Department of Justice
    states that several known for both their anti-
    Semitism and Nazi sympathies are still at
    large. These include a certain William Robert
    Lyman, Jr., who once told the Dies Committee
    that he favored hanging all Jews, and Robert
    Edmondson who once "proved" that President
    Roosevelt was a Jew.
    The striking thing about these men arrested
    for sedition is the fact that every one of these
    traitors spouted anti-Semitic propaganda. Nazi,
    traitor and anti-Semite have in fact almost be-
    come synonyms. How is this parallelism to be
    accounted for? Are we not led to believe that
    they confirm the view expressed by the Jewish
    writer, Maurice Samuel, that the real basis for
    hatred against the Jew is that he is deemed a
    democratic influence and they who hate demo-
    cracy first point their guns at the Jews.
    In the Civil War, President Lincoln sent
    some of the Copperhead leaders over to the
    enemy lines. One would almost like to see that
    done in the present war. We rather think that a
    little time spent under the rule of Hitler might
    even cure so seemingly hopeless a case as
    Pelley.
    BUY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS
    -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
    Mucdy, Confidential
    -By PHTNEAS J. BJRON-
    WHAT WE ARE FIGHTING FOR
    "It is not to kindle hatred but to keep divine
    wrath in our consciences ablaze that we re-
    mind ourselves what it is against which we
    are afire. Recall the pyre of books nine years
    ago in the streets of German cities; the at-
    tempt to destroy ideas. Recall the beastly as-
    saults on Jews and the effort to inflame minds
    with racial hate. Recall the synical assur-
    ances publicly given that there were no furth-
    er desires for aggrandizement when once all
    Germans were made one. Recall solemn
    promises broken, weaker lands invaded, fair
    cities smashed.
    "Recall Christian churches and their leaders
    compelled to be subservient, circumscribed in
    their work, their message stifled, their minis-
    ters taken to concentration camps. Our con-
    sciences have flamed up again and again; we
    must see to it that they continue to blaze until
    we have helped a righteous God have done
    with the foul force which is out to dominate
    mankind and to leave no vestige of liberty.
    And what a mercy to all humanity to burn up
    this hackling tyranny!
    "But a consuming fire must go further. It
    must be linked inseparably with brotherly love.
    To rear the fair structure of a friendly common-
    wealth of all peoples on the charred surface of
    this war-scorched earth, this brotherly love
    must be as ardent as the consuming fire."
    Rev. Dr. Henry Sloane Coffin, president of Un-
    ion Theological Seminary.
    PERSONAL INTEGRITY
    "If we want more brotherhood and good-
    will, more intelligence, more clear thinking,
    more honesty and sincerity, more tolerance
    and human understanding we must concen-
    trate upon cultivating these qualities within
    ourselves. There is a natural progression in
    social advancement from the individual spirit
    to the family, to the community, to the nation
    and to the world at large. The line of progress
    can move in no other direction. There is no
    substitute for personal integrity."Rev. Dr.
    Howard W. Hintz, in sermon at the Queens
    Baptist Church.
    WE'RE TELLING YOU
    That beating which Nazi sympathizers administered to
    Waldo Frank in Buenos Aires will have one salutary effect
    . For it provides striking evidence of how far the Argentine
    is from being convinced that our good neighbor policy is
    better than the Nazi new order The fact isand this has
    long been an open secret in well-informed Washington cir-
    clesthat Nazi fifth columnists have outmaneuvered us
    and nullified our efforts toward a diplomatic rapproachment
    with Argentina ... It was Frank, rather than some other
    American good will envoy, who was chosen for attack be-
    cause he is a Jew, a circumstance in which the Fascist groups
    of B. A. saw an opportunity to claim that no insult was meant
    to "Amerians" The truth is that outside of the Nazi es-
    pionage and sabotage cohorts no one in B. A. ever consid-
    ered Waldo Frank a Jew.
    WAR ECHOES
    In Washington they're whispering that the plan which
    will finally be adopted to ward off inflation will be the one
    devised by that grand old man, Bernard M. Baruch Note
    to Zionist leaders of the future: How about looking into that
    new course Columbia University is offering to train experts
    to help in the post-war rehabilitation and administration of
    territories which the United Nations may liberate? Since
    "students will be required to specialize in a restricted geo-
    graphic area," those who are interested in that type of work
    for Palestine here have a fine chance to prepare for it
    How many of you remember that back in 1823 Lawrence A.
    Steinhardtwhose present position as American ambassa-
    dor to Turkey grows more delicate with every advance the
    Nazis make into the Caucasusserved as secretary of the
    Israel Zangwill Reception Committee, which welcomed the
    great English Jewish author when he visited America that
    year? Hats off to restaurateur Arnold Reuben Each
    lunch and dinner hour finds twenty service men sitting a'
    one of his tables, consuming the famed Reuben delicacies
    on the house It's the Manhattan USO which decides who
    the lucky boys are to be We're told that Dr. Chaim
    Weizmann's artificial rubber process will probably be ig-
    nored when the contracts are passed out.
    LITERARY NOTES
    Forthcoming books for which you should keep an alert
    eye peeled include "Army Life," by Pvt. E. J. Kahn, and "Be-
    tween Hitler and Mussolini," by Prince Ernst R. Starhem-
    berg Which reminds us to point out that Musso probablv
    didn't appreciate Pal Adolf's thoughtfulness in sending a con-
    gratulatory telegram on the occasion of the Duce's recent
    birthday Benito likes to think of himself as youth incar-
    nateand that anniversary marked his entry into his sixuetn
    year The word-coiners are hard at work trying to create a
    catchy nickname for the Army's tanks "Hitler Hearses
    is one attempt, while another is "anzers"this because
    they're the answers to Hitler's panzers Any day now you
    can expect a popular song telling the world about how we
    give the fuehrer anzers in the panzers, eh?
    STAGE AND SCREEN lr
    They're together again Dinah Shore and Eddie Cantor,
    we mean They'll be together in Dinah's first picture
    Which is as it should be. since it was Eddie who gave Dman
    her first break on the radioremember? Oscar Serlm.
    "Life With Father," will soon be a private in the army. jjj*"Jj
    believe it or not (we didn't quite believe it ourself)will n
    apply for a commission ... But he has military thetn'v
    plans Henri Diamant-Berger, the French movie produc.
    has found a niche in Hollywood ... He has set up an iru
    motion center where film companies can get all the mate
    they may need concerning the Free French cause ana
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    With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
    CONGREGATION
    BETH DAVID
    (Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
    ' 13". N. W. Third Avenue
    MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
    Residence Phone, 2-2176
    UKKUAN H. MARBKIN, Cantor
    Phone 6-9063
    Mrs. Louis Margulies, Reporting
    TEMPLE ISRAEL
    137 N. B. 19th Street
    Office Phone 2-7745
    RAHHI JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
    Rabbi Km. urns
    6996 Indian Creek l)rive6-1263
    Miami Beach
    RABBI COUCAN A. ZWITMAN
    j400 IjiCiorce Drive, Miami Beach
    Phone 6-1738
    BETH SHOLEM
    CENTER
    761 41st Street
    MIAMI BEACH
    Phone 5-9793
    S. M. HACHTBI, Rabbi
    1450 s. w. 17th Terrace, Miami
    Phone 2-2579
    Friday Evening Military Service
    Military services are conducted
    Friday evening at 8:30. These
    services which took place prac-
    tically all summer are open to
    the public as well.
    Local people have criticised
    the fact that Friday evening ser-
    vices are discontinued through-
    out the summer months, the sea-
    son when local citizens have am-
    ple time to attend.
    Foolish is the man who per-
    mits his tongue to criticize glibly
    without recognizing his own
    shortcomings to be responsible
    for such criticism! Daily and
    Sabbath services are held
    throughout the year giving the
    sincere and the religious the op-
    portunity for "soul-satisfaction."
    In addition practically all sum-
    mer "Military Services" open to
    the public were conducted and
    yet not one who glibly criticised
    the need of late Friday evening
    services saw fit to attend, if not
    "L'Shaem Shomaim." at least for
    the morale of our men in the
    armed forces. The "average"
    who did not find fault attended,
    but the overly busy individuals,
    who find time to criticize every-
    thing in Jewish life, refuse to j
    find time for God and synagogue. \
    Succah Project
    An elaborate program and
    dance for the benefit of this pro-
    gram is being arranged by Nat
    Zalka. chairman, and his com-
    mittee. The affair will be held
    Tuesday, August 5, at the Beth
    David Auditorium. All proceeds
    will go towards the construction
    of a permanent Succah adjoining
    our synagogue.
    Will you not aid us in this task
    unsolicited? Phone for reserva-
    tions for your family and friends.
    Indicate your interest by pur-
    chasing tickets. Each ticket adds
    a block in the anticipated large
    Succah. Details of the affair will
    be outlined next week.
    Mazel Tov
    Our congratulations to Mr. and
    Mrs. Sam Silverman and the
    grandparents at the birth of a
    son, and to Mr. and Mrs. Theo
    Abel at the birth of a son. May
    the Almighty grant that the sons
    be reared L'Mitzvah, L'Chupah
    and Massim Tovim.
    Yahrzeiten
    The following Yahrzeiten will
    be observed this month of "Ellul."
    The anniversary candle is lit the
    evening before the English date
    mentioned, and the Kaddish be-
    gins the same evening until sun-
    set of the day mentioned.
    Tsharna, sister of I. Rosengart-
    on, Aug. 14; Fruma, wife of Chas.
    Kronenberg, Aug. 14; Eliezar,
    father of Jos. S. Rabinowitz, Aug.
    15; Malachai, father of the late
    Nathan Speigelman, Aug. 16;
    Yaakov, father of George Gold-
    berg. Aug. 16; Gittel, mother of
    Ida Bernstein, Aug. 16; Ephraim,
    husband of Sophie Zohn, Aug. 18;
    Yitzchock Zalmen, father of Ed-
    ward Barman, Aug. 18; Nachman,
    father of Nat and Burnett Roth,
    Aug. 18; Yehudah, husband of
    Yetta Geier, Aug. 22; Schmuel,
    husband of Mrs. Edith Marcus,
    Aug. 30; Rochel Leah, grand-
    mother of M. J. Kopelowitz, Aug.
    24; Avrohom Nesaniel, son of
    Mrs. Badanes, Aug. 26; Hershel,
    husband of Mrs. Westrich, Aug.
    26; Yitzchock, father of Stuart
    Gordon. Aug. 27; Chaya Soro,
    ^ster of I. Rosengarten, Aug. 28;
    jJevorah Rivkah, in memory of
    Oora Cohen, Aug. 29; Yechiel,
    lather of Meyer and Sidney Rau-
    2|n. Aug. 30; Rochel Elka, moth-
    er of Mrs. S. B. Miller, Aug. 31;
    W'yohu, father of Harold Pont,
    Aug. 31; Rochel Leah, mother of
    Aussie Sokolow, Sept. 2; Michael,
    rather of Molly Mandell, Sept. 2;
    Weba, mother of Mrs Ph. Segall,
    W 3; Tzirel, mother of Edward
    Rabbi Zwltman will be in the Tem-
    ple every morning. You may consult
    with him on matters concerning the
    Jewish community, or your personal
    problems. You will be assured sym-
    pathetic hearing and advice, and,
    needless to nay, each matter will be
    held In strict confidence.
    Services at Temple Israel at
    8:15 p. m. conducted by Rabbi
    Colman A. Zwitman. Organ ac-
    companiment to the congrega-
    tional singing during the summer
    months is played by Miss Mar-
    guerite Elsasser.
    In Memoriam
    "May the Father of Peace send
    peace to all who mourn and com-
    fort the bereaved among us."
    At the services this Friday eve-
    ning, the memory of the follow-
    ing will be hallowed:
    Recently departed: Henrietta
    Ungar, mother of A. A. Ungar;
    Charles Triester, brother of Ar-
    thur Treister.
    Yahrzeits: Julius Kanter, fath-
    er of Harry Kanter; Louis Bern-
    stein, brother of Jack Bernstein;
    Herman Utitz, father of Mrs.
    Dave Eichengreen; Ralph Neu-
    feld, husband of Mrs. Blanche
    Neufeld; Alexander Mendelson,
    husband of Mrs. Ray Mendolson,
    father of Mrs. Mitchell Kuper-
    berg and Mrs. Max Holtsberg;
    Emil Brunswick, father of Mrs.
    Philip Weinstein.
    Scheer, Sept. 4; Michael Laezer.
    father of Louis Heiman, Sept. 5;
    Yitzchock, father of Mrs. Max
    Halpern, Sept. 5; Pinchus, father
    of S. B. Miller. Sept. 6; Tanchum,
    brother of Mrs. Dora Cohen,
    Sept. 7: Shloma Yaakov, father
    of Al Levine, Sept. 7; Rav. Yehu-
    dah Laeb, father of Harry and
    Cliffor Gordon, Sept. 8; Hirsch
    Mordechai, son of Mrs. S. M.
    Goodman, Sept. 8; Golda, mother
    of Mrs. Isidore Brown, Sept. 8;
    Moshe Hirsch, father of Jack
    Zion, Sept. 8.
    High Holidays
    We urge members and friends
    to make their seat reservations
    at once, so as not to be disap-
    pointed and critical later on be-
    cause of seat selections for the
    High Holidays.
    The committee is ready to
    serve you now! Do not delay!
    You can aid us in determining
    what we can do for our men in
    the armed forces by selecting your
    seats immediately.
    Beth David members and
    friends will be hosts to two hund-
    red men in the armed forces dur-
    ing the High Holidays without
    any charge to the men or the
    members. Certainly you will in-
    dicate your patriotic duty by ad-
    vising us how many soldiers you
    desire to be your house guests
    for meals during the High Holi-
    days.
    We will supply the synagogue
    accommodations! You are priv-
    ileged to supply the meals!
    BETH JACOB
    CONGREGATION
    Washington Avenue and Third
    Street, Miami Beach
    MOSES MESCHELOFK, Rabbi
    711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
    MAURICE] MAMCIIBS. Cantor
    621 Unnux Ave., Phone 5-7133
    MIAMI BEACH
    JEWISH CENTER
    1415 Euclid Avenue
    Miami Reach
    DR. SAMUEL PENSION, Rabbi
    1536 Jefferson Avenue
    Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
    Miami Beach
    Residents of the neighborhood
    who wish to inspect the Center
    and who seek information are in-
    vited to attend the "open house"
    conducted by the Sisterhood ev-
    ery Tuesday evening. There are
    varied social games and enter-
    tainment.
    Rabbi Machtci's first public
    appearance before the congrega-
    tion at a religious service will be
    at the midnight Slichos service
    on Saturday, Sept. 5. His mess-
    age, at that service, will be a pro-
    logue to the High Holy Day ser-
    ies of sermons during Rosh Hash-
    onoh and Yom Kippur.
    Next week the seating commit-
    tee will announce the dates and!
    the hours when it will be in at- !
    tendance at the Center to ac-ept.
    reservations for the Holy Day
    services. Men in uniform will be
    guests of the Beth Sholem Center
    at the services.
    Alfred B. Roscnstein, presi- j
    dent of Beth Sholem Center, on'
    Wednesday night, presided at the
    meetings of the board of direc-
    tors and of the general member-
    ship, having left a sick bed to
    do so. The well attended meet-
    ings and the spirit of coopera- j
    tion rewarded him for his sacri-
    fice. The religious committee I
    appointed to prepare for the
    Holy Day services consists of Max
    and Julius Rosenstein, Harry
    Kohn, D. Newman and S. Rabin-
    owitz.
    The first Sabbath service at
    the Center was held last Saturday
    morning at 9 o'clock. Members;
    present were B. Appel, Brown. J.
    Cohen. Dr. Max Ellis, S. Gering-,
    er, L. Green, S. Lobel, J. Rosen-1
    stein, M. Rosenstein, G. Trau and
    S. Rabinowitz. Mr. Appel con-
    ducted the opening portion of the
    service, followed by J. Rosen-
    stein as Baal Schachris and L.
    Greene who read the Torah and
    the Mussof service.
    Refreshments for the tradi-
    tional Kiddush were provided
    and served by Mr. Cohen and Mr.
    Lobel. J. Rosenstein led the
    group in the singing of the Sab-
    bath Zmiros.
    Sabbath services will begin at
    9 a. m. tomorrow.
    CONGREGATION
    SHAAREI TEFILA
    Miami Beach
    Services will be conducted at
    Congregation Shaarei Tefila,
    at their new quarters and now
    located at 440 Espanola Way, Mi-
    ami Beach, at 7 p. m. Friday and
    9 a. m. and 7 p. m. Saturday.
    Shalosh S'udos will take place
    after Mincha services Saturday.
    Rabbi Jacob Rackovsky, spirit-
    ual leader of the congregation,
    will speak on the subject, "Ap-
    point Thyself Judges."
    Anyone having any questions
    concerning Jewish law will Rladly
    be answered by contacting Rabbi
    Rackovsky at the synagogue or
    at his residence, 1330 Pennsyl-
    vania Avenue, 5-5495.
    During the week services are
    conducted at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.
    daily. Everyone is invited.
    MIAMI JEWISH
    ORTHODOX CONG.
    ABRAHAM A. KHI.LNF.lt. Rabbi
    1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
    Phone 3-5192
    590 S. W. 17th Avenue
    TALMUD TORAH
    1545 S. W. Third Street
    SERVICE SCHEDULE
    Daily Minyon_________8:30 a. m.
    Mincha ____............_......7:30 p. m.
    Maariv ..........------..........8:00 p. m.
    Saturday---------------------9:00 a. m.
    Pro Patria
    We greet our friend Morton
    Bcrman who recently completed
    his studies at the Great Lakes
    Naval School. He won the cov-
    eted commission as ensign and
    was assigned to active duty. We
    extend to him our sincere good
    wishes and salutations.
    Mazel Tov
    We are happy to extend sin-
    cere Mazel Tov greetings to Abe
    Berkowitz upon his recent en-
    gagement and hope that the Good
    Lord grants him and his chosen
    bride happiness and long life.
    Unveilings
    The unveiling of the Memorial
    stones dedicated in honor of the
    late Mrs. Lewis Bear and that
    of her son, the late lamented
    Bernard Bear, late husband of
    our dear sister, Hannah Bear, will
    [CONTINUED ON PAGE 1
    Synagogue Services
    Shachriss daily at 8 a. m., Sat-
    urday at 9:00 a. m.; Mincha daily
    at 7:30 p. m.; Maariv daily at 8:15 I
    p. m., Saturday at 8:30 p. m.;i
    Shalosh S'oodoss Saturday at 7:45
    p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
    speak on "The Portion of the
    Week."
    Servicemen's Services
    Service men are welcome
    guests at all our synagogue ser-
    vices. They are especially invit-
    ed to attend our Shalosh S'oodoss
    and join in the singing of the Sab- !
    bath Zemirross.
    A special service men's service,
    sponsored by the Rabbinical As-
    sociation is held each Sunday at
    9 a. m. in our synagogue building.
    Last Sunday our rabbi spoke on
    the theme: "I and God." This
    Sunday his theme will be "Do
    and Do Not." Civilians are also
    welcome to this Sunday morning
    service.
    Radio Hour
    This Sunday at 4:30 p. m. Rabbi
    Mescheloff will speak over radio
    station WIOD on "The Month."
    Service Men's Center
    The Service Men's Service
    Club, under the sponsorship of
    our congregation and Sisterhood
    has been entertaining hundreds
    of our service men every evening.
    A variety of programs and enter- j
    tainments are presented under I
    the direction of Miss Bea Kal-
    stein, the entertainment chairman. I
    Refreshments and other soldiers'
    needs are supplied through the
    treasury of our congregation.
    We wish to thank the men and
    women who are serving nightly
    as hosts and hostesses.
    Condolence
    Our deepest sympathies are
    expressed to the family of the
    late Arnold Rosenberg, one of our
    newest members, who passed
    away suddenly this week. Our
    rabbi and cantor officiated at the
    services. May the Almighty con-
    sole the bereaved.
    Unveiling
    This Sunday at 2 p. m. at the
    Woodlawn Cemetery will be un-
    veiled a monument in memory of
    the late Mrs. Maurice Levin. Our
    rabbi and cantor will conduct
    the service. Friends are invited
    to come to pay their last respects.
    Holiday Services
    Tickets for seats for the com-
    ing High Holy Days will be avail-
    able beginning next week. Ser-
    vices will be held in our syna-
    gogue building and in our Com-
    munity Building. As in previous
    years seats will be given gratis
    to all those in need.
    Free seats will be given to all
    Jewish service men in the area.
    Absolutely no charge will be
    made for these seats to anyone.
    To all, we say: Reserve your
    seats early and select your places.
    Habanoth
    Our Miami Beach Habanoth is
    meeting weekly throughout the
    summer. This week's meeting
    will be held at the home of mem-
    ber Louise Raphael.
    Refua Shlomo
    We wish a speedy recovery to
    Mrs. Max Feit and son Jack, and
    also to Mrs. N. Kreeger, who are
    all recuperating from operations
    at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
    Schedule of Services
    Daily services at 8 a. m. and 8
    p. m.; Kabbalas shabbos Friday
    at 7:30 p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m.
    and 6:30 p. m.; Sundays at 8:30
    a. m. and Military at 9 a. m.
    Sermon Topics
    On Saturday, Aug. 15 at 10 a.
    m. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak
    on "Jewish Judges and Offic-
    ers." At the Oneg Shabbos at
    6:30 p. m. his topic will be "Per-
    fect and Defective Sacrifices" and
    on Sunday, August 16, at 9 a. m.
    at the Military services he will
    speak on "Blood Shedding
    Hands."
    Holy Day Seats
    The response by the general
    Jewish public has been most
    gratifying to the appeal of the
    Center that seat reservations for
    the approaching High Holy Days
    be made immediately. Many se-
    lect locations are still available,
    but unfortunately space is lim-
    ited and late comers will be ac-
    commodated only at the over-
    flow services in the open patio.
    The newly decorated synagogue,
    with its magnificent Holy Ark
    and comfortable pews make a
    profound and inspiring impres-
    sion.
    The services will be of the Con-
    servative style and ritual with
    the stirring and illuminating ser-
    mons of the rabbi and many of
    the prayers and responsive read-
    ings in English. Reservations may
    be made at the Center office
    daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
    Service Men Fund
    The Center has pledged itself
    to accommodate at its High Holy
    Day Services all men in uniform
    who choose to worship with us.
    We are also anxious to provide
    with kosher meals on the Holy
    Days all men who desire to ob-
    serve the dietary laws. Since ours
    is a community Center and not
    a rich men's club, we would wel-
    come the aid and cooperation of
    all who desire to aid this holy
    and worthy cause. Contributions
    in any amount will be gratefully
    accepted at the Center office.
    Hebrew School and Bar Mitzva
    The Hebrew School meets daily
    from 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
    Individual instruction is given to
    beginners and bar mitzvah pu-
    pils. There are graded classes
    for intermediate and advanced
    pupils. Trained and highly qual-
    ified pedagogues constitute the
    Center Hebrew school staff. Your
    child deserves the best. Enroll
    your boy or girl now in the Cen-
    ter school. We shall teach them
    an appreciation of the High Holy
    Days with their beautiful cere-
    monies and customs and the soul
    inspiring prayers of the liturgy
    for this period.
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    Y E S H I V A
    EDUCATIONAL
    CENTER
    The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
    ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
    conduct classes daily for child-
    ren from kindergarten to tal-
    mudic education.
    Daily services are held at 8:00
    a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Sat-
    urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
    Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m.
    Mishna and other adult educa-
    tional classes are held daily at
    6:30 p. m.
    Anyone interested in learning
    the Talmud, young or old. will
    be happily received in our daily
    classes.
    Tickets for seats for the High
    Holy Days are now on sale and
    those desiring to attend our ser-
    vices are asked to please make
    reservations immediately.
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    PAGE SIX
    * Jewish ncridfiar
    FRIDAY, AUGUST U,
    1942
    MIAMI JEWISH
    ORTHODOX CONG.
    by Milton A. Friedman
    Guest Columnist
    outstanding activities the Lodge
    has undertaken this year. In-
    cidentally. Brother Paul Sobel of
    A very interesting meeting of j Sobel's Service Station at 1900 S.
    Sholem Lodge was held Tuesday w. 8th St., is complaining that
    night at the air-conditioned (?) not enough people in the South-
    Alcazar Hotel ball room. The i west Section are taking interest
    management made a prevaricator in the drive and he would appre-
    out of me because the air-condi- ciate it if you would pass the
    tioning consisted of two fans. I word around to .drop in your old
    Brother Lou Heiman. who has'. pots. pans. etc.. into his service
    become the acting president of the j station. His station is a de-
    Lodge, presided. The major por- pository for the Lodge's Salvage
    tion of the business of the eve- Drive.
    ning was devoted toward a dis- ; The Lodge was again fortunate
    cussion of war service activity : in having a musical treat by Of-
    of the Lodge. Ike Levin intro- | ficers Barbce and Urban, who
    duced Robert Fennell. of Dade j gave their usual masterful rendi-
    County Defense Council, who i tion of difficult musical numbers
    made an interesting address on j on their piano and violin.
    Before I forget, let me remind
    you that on Sunday. September
    6th. the State B'nai B'rith Con-
    vention will be held in Tampa.
    District President Emanuel Lewis
    of Savannah, will be the main
    speaker. If you are interested in
    attending, please commuicate
    what the Defense Council was do-
    ing to build morale in Dado
    County. Every effort was being
    made to "wake up war-conscious
    spirit." Five methods were being
    employed at present: First, ev-
    ery Saturday afternoon a par-
    ade is held on Flagler Street.
    Each parade consists of bands, I with the B'nai B'rith office,
    plus a procession of either R.A.F. Brother Dave Feldman. the state
    Cadets or a detachment of United j president, who has been quite ill
    States soldiers or an exhibition this year will, unfortunately, be
    of artillery or other war imple- unable to preside at the conven-
    ments, etc. During the parade tion and his place will be taken
    an address is made by a citizen by Brother Louis Ossinsky of
    from a car containing a public I Daytona Beach. Miami has al-
    address system. A second meth- I ways made a big showing at these
    od of building morale is the plan I conventions, so let's send a big
    to have programs every Friday turn-out.
    night in Bayfront Park. The first I
    program will take place this Fri-
    day and wi'l be in honor of the
    inductees to be sent to Camp
    Blanding next week. The pro-
    gram will be conducted entirely '
    by soldiers. There will be an I
    Officers' Candidate School Band
    and various acts from the best'
    soldier talent in this area. A
    third morale builder is the at- !
    tempt to have various organiza- j
    tions present at the point of de-
    parture of inductees to give the j
    boys a hearty farewell. Some or- |
    ganizations have gone down to
    the bus stations and presented
    gifts to each boy, and so forth, j
    Fourth, the Defense Council has :
    a list of three or four hundred
    yiCTORYl
    BUY
    UNITED
    STATES
    .WAR
    BONDS
    AND
    STAMPS
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    nponlp u-hn Kavo vninniiiDi-iui peopie wno na\c volunteered to BREEZE IN, 20 Beucom Blvd., Mi-
    make three minute talks in the <"' Florida, Intends t.> register the
    various rhurrhc-! nH th-ator>; anH Ba!d name in the Clerk "f the Clr-
    \arious cnurcnes ana intaters ana, ,. court of Dade County, Florida
    MYRON MILLER
    Sole Owner
    r/l s 7-14-2I-S8
    fifth, it is planned for all busi-
    ness houses in this area to put
    out flags. Mr. Fennell stated that
    it was necessary for the American the 2nK ertriX to^SUVta
    business under the fictitious name of
    IRVIN'S, S19 East Flagler St.. Miami.
    Florida, Intends to register the *ald
    name in the Clerk of the circuit
    Court of Dade County, Florida.
    ALEX GOLDSTEIN
    Sole Owner
    7 :-.l < 7-14-21-23
    people to forget their griping
    about conditions to to get behind
    the war effort wholeheartedly.
    He was assured by the Lodge that
    B'nai B'rith was in accord with
    him and we would do our best
    to cooperate with the Defense
    Council.
    To add emphasis to our prom-
    ise, Brother Heiman reported on
    the fine work of the Salvage
    Committee headed by himself.
    To date 100,000 pounds of scrap
    metal have been actually col-
    lected and approximately 25.000
    more has been promised for this
    week. The Lodge has received
    a tremendous amount of publicity
    in the local papers and the drive DAVID u k.wi.ax
    has proven to be one of the most sn*-il-S 9 in
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    Sam Goldstein is engaged in busi-
    ness under the fictitious name of
    KINO'S, located at 167 Alton Road,
    Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to
    reglstei said fictitious name in the
    office f the rierk of the Circuit
    Court of I hole County, Florida
    . ,, SAM GOLDSTEIN
    * ,-11-21-IS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned desiring to engage In
    business undei the fictitious name of
    I'HII. I.avis (Not Inc.) at 138 K
    Street, Miami. Florida, In-
    tends to register the said name In
    offl.....r rh.- i "lerk of the circuit
    C irt ..f Dade Com ty, Florida,
    HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
    OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
    eSealed in Cellophane for your protection-
    PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOU?"
    Phone. MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for
    GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM
    SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
    SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
    BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
    SOY ACIDOPHILUS
    We Sincerely Believe That There
    Is No Better Dairy Product Than
    HOME MILK
    (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
    take place Sunday. August 16. at
    1:00 p. m. in the Jewish section
    of Woodlawn Cemetery. The de-
    I parted Mr. Bear was an honored
    and respected member of our
    I congregation, a veteran of the
    World War, and beloved of all
    who knew him and we respect-
    fully urge our friends to take
    part in the unveiling services.
    High Holiday Arrangements
    The president is pleased to an-
    nounce that all arrangements
    have been completed for the com-
    ing High Holidays. Those who
    worshiped in the past will re-
    member the comfort and conven-
    ience of our lovely new syna-
    gogue. As in the past uniform
    Machsorim will be provided for
    and those seeking advance reser-
    vations may phone 3-8817. The
    ticket committee will meet in
    the synagogue daily beginning
    with Sunday, August 23.
    Thank You
    Rabbi and Rebbetzen Kellner
    take this means of thanking their
    many friends who attended the
    farewell reception in their honor
    last Sunday. Special thanks to
    the members of the Rabbinical
    Association for their heartening
    greetings and to the chairmen of
    arrangements. Max Rifas and
    Rabbi Colman Zwitman. The
    roster of those to be sincerely
    thanked would be incomplete
    without expressing warm grati-
    tude to the communal and con-
    gregational representatives whose
    kind words will be ever remem-
    bered. We cannot help single
    out Mrs. George Chertkof who so
    graciously represented the women
    of the synagogue. To them all
    we say. Lord bless you.
    Refuo Shlemo
    We hope that our good friend
    and treasurer of the congregation,
    Morris Bear, will speedily recov-
    er, from an operation which he
    recently underwent. May the
    Lord grant him complete recov-
    ery speedily.
    IHPIT01 LETTER
    HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITOL
    By CHARLES BENSON
    BRITAIN TO ORGANIZE NEW
    REGIMENT OF JEWS, ARABS
    London (WNS1Almost three
    years after Hitler sent his mech-
    anized legions hurtling into Po-
    land, Sir James Grigg, British
    Secretary of War. announced in
    the House of Commons the for-
    mation of a Palestine Regiment
    composed of separate Jewish and
    Arab infantry battalions for gen-
    eral service in the Middle East.
    The announcement of the im-
    mediate organization of a Pales-
    ine Regiment, believed to be a
    oartial concession to world-wide
    Zionist clamor for a separate
    Jewish military unit within the
    British Army, was greeted with
    mixed reactions in Zionist circles
    here. Some Zionist leaders viewed
    the move as a step in the right
    direction, others expressed disap.!
    pointment.
    In disclosing plans for the new
    regiment. Sir James repeated the
    British Government's objections
    to the formation of a Jewish
    Army.
    ORTHODOX RABBI HEADS
    HILLEL AT FLORIDA U
    Rabbi Amram Prero
    graduate of the Hebrew Theolog-
    ical Seminary in Chicago, who has
    been appointed director of the
    B nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at
    the University of Florida.
    Dr. Chaim Weizmann's fre-
    quent trips here, his compara-
    tively numerous visits to the
    White House and his continued
    refusal to speak for publication
    have set speculation buzzing.
    Jewish circles, of course, have
    been wondering what significance
    his visits may have for Palestine.
    Others have sought to settle his
    place in the wider picture of the
    United Nations war effort.
    Will he get from President
    Roosevelt a promise of a Jewish
    army, or a guarantee of Palestin-
    ian indeDondence after the war?
    Or does he have a chemical dis-
    covery in his pocket that will
    | solve one of our great war prob-
    | lems? To those who recall the
    I story of Dr- Weizmann's career,
    it seems likely that his interests
    still include both Zionism and
    1 chemistry. But it can be as-
    sumed that the president, despite
    i his oft-expressed interest in Pal-
    estine, has not received Dr. Weiz-
    mann twice or more in a single
    month to discuss immigration
    problems. Not in these times.
    It was in 1916 that Dr. Weiz-
    , mann saved the Allies' munitions
    I program from disaster. The
    great artillery barrages on the
    | western front used shells in as-
    I tronomical quantities. Shells
    [ ued cordite as an explosive. Cor-
    dite was made with acetone. Act-
    tone was made with woodbut
    with so much wood that it seemed
    the forests of the world would
    be insufficient to supply the Al-
    lied armies. Dr. Weizmann, put
    in charge of the Admiralty lab-
    oratories by David Lloyd George,
    almost overnight found a way
    of synthesizing acetone in suf-
    ficient quantitiesfrom horse-
    chestnuts!
    For this accomplishment he re-
    fused all personal reward. What
    he got was the Balfour Declara-
    tion. But Josephus Daniels, who
    served in President Wilson's
    cabinet, points out that the Bal-
    four Declaration is now practic-
    ally abrogated.
    Zionists find it tempting to
    hope that history is about to
    repeat itself, with a happier final
    result. When he came to the
    United States early this year, it
    was said authoritatively, that Dr.
    Weizmann had again been work-
    ing on the extraction of high ex-
    plosives, this time as a by-pro-
    duct of gasoline. Later it was
    said that he was concentrating on
    the vital synthetic rubber prob-
    lemwhich he had been study-
    ing in 1916 and before. One ver-
    sion of the story was that he
    had developed an improved pro-
    cess of making synthetic rubber
    from grain alcohol, but that the
    British had turned it down as im-
    practicable.
    One thing seemed certain:
    Whatever large industrial plan
    he had. the United States would
    be a better place for its develop-
    ment than Britain, beset by short-
    ages of every kind. But another
    thing seemed reasonably certain:
    Dr. Weizmann did not intend to
    disclose his plan just yetand
    consequently a third was more
    than likely: The rival grain and
    petroleum schools of synthetic
    rubber experts would soon be
    working themselves into a quite
    irrational fever about "which
    ide" he might be "on."
    Obviously, he would be on
    whichever "side" his researches
    lad led him toor on no side at
    all except the side of winning the
    war tor the United Nations and
    assuring a national home for the j
    Jewish people in Palestine. But
    SO far as the domestic contro-
    versy in the United States was j
    concerned, the hints appeared to
    indicate the direction of the oil!
    people. They could note with!
    satisfaction that Dr. Weizmann |
    was experimenting with petro-
    leum by-products, and that one of
    theserefinery gasis skimmed
    off in the making of high octane
    gasoline to make butylene which
    is the raw material for buta
    diene, which is an essential in
    gredient of one of the best syn
    thetic rubbersBuna-S.
    Whatever his plan, one indica-
    tion that it was far advanced an-
    peared in the circumstance that
    Dr. Weizmann was scheduled to
    discuss it with Judge Samuel I
    Rosenman of the New York Su
    preme Court. The rumors had
    nothing to say about his seeing
    Production Chief Donald Nelson
    Petroleum Coordinator Harold
    Ickes, Agriculture Secretary
    Claude Wickard, or any such ad-
    viser on technical problems
    "Sammy the Rose" is one of the
    president's closest political and
    economic advisors, and his ad-
    vent into the picture indicated
    that such questions were para-
    mountat least for the moment
    If discussions of Dr. Weizmann's
    project whatever it is has
    reached the "Rosenman stage,"
    it is not unreasonable to expect
    that an important development
    may soon be made publicthat
    it. unless the project is turned
    down. Should that happen, prob-
    ably nothing would be heard of
    it again until after the war. Dr.
    Weizmann does not have the tern-
    perament that creates a hulla-
    balloo over rejected plans, such
    as several of our native indus-
    trialists have lately raised. He
    would just go back to his labor-
    atory and start over. But if his
    plan does go through, it might
    have tremendous significance
    for the war effort, if history is
    any guide, and the future of Pal-
    estine might be assured.
    All this is speculation, of
    coursebut the mysteries of a
    Dr. Weizmann invite speculation.
    TEMPLE EMANUEL
    1S01 Soulh Andrews A\enue
    Ft. Lauderdale. Florida
    RABBI SAMUEL HAI.KVI BARON"
    Telephone MIS
    70"i S. Bm th Street
    Sabbath services, Friday at 8
    p. m. Service Men especially wel-
    come.
    Sisterhood benefit social open
    to men and women, Monday at
    8 p. m.
    Weekly sewing session for the
    American Red Cross. British War
    Relief Society, etc, Tuesday from
    12:30 to 5 p. m.
    "One of the most beautiful
    synagogues in America."
    NAZIS ORDER STERILIZING
    OF PARIS JEWISH CHILDREN
    London (WNS)Nazi authori-
    ties in occupied France have or-
    dered the sterilization of all chil-
    dren among the 28,000 Jews in
    Paris, who were recently arrested
    for deportation to Eastern Eur-
    ope, according to information re-
    ceived here through underground
    sources.
    Anti-Jewish restrictions in oc-
    cupied France have been intensi-
    fied to such a degree in the last
    10 days that the entire Jewish
    population of France is in a state
    of panic. Many prominent Jews,
    including two noted Jewish doc-
    tors, Dr. Wertheimer of Lyons
    and Dr. Bloch of Paris, were re-
    ported to have committed sui-
    cide.
    The anti-Jewish persecutions
    evoked wide-spread protests
    among the French people. A num-
    ber of prominent Catholic priests
    visited Vichy's representative in
    Paris and demanded that the
    anti-Jewish arrests and expul-
    sions be stopped. This visit was
    made after the Pope's envoy to
    Vichy had protested to Marshal
    Petain in behalf of the Jews.
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    TRIBUTE PAID TO
    RA8B1 AND FAMILY
    ON LEAVING CITY
    A large gathering was present
    last Sunday evening to hear re-
    ligious and lay leaders of the
    community pay tribute to Rabbi
    Abraham A. Kellner prior to his
    departure from the city this com-
    ing week.
    Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner were
    PAGE SEVEN
    ANNUAL STATE MEETING OF
    B'NAI B'RITH HELD SEPT. 6
    The annual State Convention
    of the Florida Federation of B'nai
    B'nth Lodges will take place on
    Sunday. September 6, 1942, at the
    Tampa Terrace Hotel in Tampa
    Hosts will be Tampa Lodge No.
    1044, B'nai B'rith. The conven-
    tion this year will be known as a
    War Economy Convention and
    will be for only one day, allow-
    ing plenty of time to arrive in
    Tampa and time to return home
    without rush or trouble. Regis-
    tration will commence at 9:00
    a. m. and there will be a registra-
    tion fee of $1.25 for each one,
    tendered the farewell reception, hich. includes the luncheon.
    l;,iv hv the Grater Miami Rah- President Emanuel Lewis of Sa-
    jointly by the Grater Miami Rab
    binical Association and the Mi-
    ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
    tion, whose spiritual leader he
    was. Gifts were presented to
    the honored guests on behalf of
    the Congregation and its Auxil-
    iary. Resolutions, suitably en-
    graved, were presented by the
    Rabbinical Association.
    Mrs. Kellner and family will
    join the rabbi in about three
    weeks in Albany, N. Y., where
    Rabbi Kellner has accepted the
    call to occupy the pulpit of Con-
    gregation Sons of Abraham.
    vannah will be present and the
    guest speaker at the luncheon.
    The convention proper will con-
    vene at 10:00 a. m. and is sched-
    uled to adjourn not later than 5
    p. m.
    POPE PIUS PROTESTS MASS
    ARRESTS, DEPORTATION
    NAZIS FEAR OF SECOND
    FRONT CAUSE OF BANISHING
    Stockholm (WNS) The Nazi
    deportations of hundreds of thou-
    sands of Jews and non-Jewish
    patriots, conveniently labelled
    "Communists and saboteurs,"
    from Belgium, Holland and
    France to Eastern Europe, have
    been ordered by Nazi higher-ups
    frantic with fear over the pos-
    sibility of an Allied invasion of
    German-occupied Europe, it was
    reported in diplomatic circles here
    this week,
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    Geneva (WNS) Pope Pius
    XII, acting through the Papal
    Nuncio at Vichy, registered a
    strong protest with Marshal Pe-
    tain against the mass arrests and
    deportations of Jews in occupied
    France to Eastern Europe, accord-
    ing to reliable reports received
    here this week.
    The Papal Nuncio was reported
    to have condemned the "inhuman
    arrests and deportations" of Jews,
    and demanded assurances that
    Vichy would consider the papal
    action is view of the "Christian
    precepts involved." The Papal
    envoy expressed himself as un-
    able to "understand the treat-
    ment accorded Jewish refugees."
    FEELING GROWS AS NAZIS
    DEPORT 1,000 FRENCH JEWS
    London (WNS)Vehement de-
    nunciation of the Nazi persecu-
    tion of the Jews was wide-spread
    as 1,000 Jewish refugees from
    concentration camps at Mar-
    seille, Pau and Pcrpignan in un-
    occupied France were reported
    sent to occupied Poland.
    "The whole of France is in-
    dignant and protests such bar-
    barity inflicted upon her sons,"
    an article in "France," official
    publication of the Fighting French
    read. "Our generous nation can-
    not be impressed by the heavy,
    stupid racial theories which has
    caused laughter among anthropo-
    logists."
    IS
    SPIRITUALHEADOF
    NEW SYNAGOGUE
    The board of directors of Mi-
    ami Beach's Beth Sholem Center,
    at a meeting held last week at
    the Center, 761 41st street, elect-
    ed Rabbi S. M. Machtei, well
    known Miamian for more than
    a decade, to officiate at the High
    Holy Day services and to plan
    and organize its spiritual activi-
    ties.
    Rabbi Machtei was the spiritual
    head of Cong. Beth David, in Mi-
    ami, from 1930 to 1932. For more
    than ten years he has been the
    founder and director of the Radio
    Synagog, heard over local sta-
    tions in South Florida. Interest-
    ed in the welfare of Jewry
    throughout the state, Rabbi
    Machtei was one of the founders,
    in 1933, of the Florida Confer-
    ence of Orthodox and Conserva-
    tive Rabbis and Laymen, which
    has since broken up into two dis-
    tinct groups, one of rabbis, and
    NEW CONGREGATION HOLDS
    ITS FIRST GENERAL MEETING
    The first general meeting of
    the newly organized congregation
    Schaarei Zedek was held last
    Wednesday evening at the Y. M.
    H. A. A. Pepper and H. M.
    Drewich presided during the
    course of the meeting which rati-
    fied action of temporary commit-
    tees supervising the remodeling
    of the synagogue structure.
    Additional committees were ap-
    pointed to take care of High Holi-
    day details including seating for
    the building located at 1545 S. W.
    3rd Street. Seating prices were
    announced ranging from $2.00,
    $3.00 to $5.00 and will be placed
    on sale during the next week.
    The name of the cantor selected
    for the Holidays will be an-
    nounced shortly as will the names
    of prominent guest speakers who
    will address the worshippers dur-
    ing the services.
    The date of the next general
    meeting of the congregation will
    also be announced next week.
    AN OPEN LETTER
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    Rabbi S. M. Machtei
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    the other of congregation presi-
    dents. Rabbi Machtei also served
    a term as vice-president of the
    Jewish Welfare Bureau, while
    Philip Lieberman was its presi-
    dent.
    Alfred M. Rosenstein, president
    of Beth Sholem Center, in an-
    nouncing the election of Rabbi
    Machtei, stated, "The services for
    New Year and the Day of Aton-
    ment will be conducted in the
    traditional Conservative ritual,
    with prayers in both Hebrew and
    English. Services for children,
    in the manner of a Junior Con-
    gregation, will be held in another
    part of the Center, under compet-
    ent supervision, and without
    charge to parents who are mem-
    bers of Beth Sholem Center, or
    worshipers during the High Holy
    Day season.
    "Sunday school and religious
    school registration will be held
    on the days intervening between
    Yom Kippur and Succoth, and
    classes will begin to meet after
    the Feast of Tabernacles. Rabbi
    Machtei will submit a schedule
    of activities for adults and for
    teen-age children to make Beth
    Sholem Center the hub of Jewish
    social, educational and commun-
    ity activities, as well as the re-
    ligious fountain. Friday night
    and Sabbath services will be con-
    duted regularly, as will be the
    daily services."
    August 10, 1942
    An Open Statement to the Great-
    er Miami Jewish Community.
    On April 26 of this year rep-
    resentatives of all Jewish organi-
    zations in Greater Miami formed
    a Greater Miami Army and Navy
    Committee of the National Jew-
    ish Welfare Board, the purpose
    of which was to coordinate the
    various efforts in behalf of the
    Jewish boys in the armed forces.
    Since then much progress has
    been made in achieving the orig-
    inal aim of the committee.
    One of the problems with which
    the committee has been concerned
    is the social and recreational
    needs of the men in the armed
    forces. At a recent meeting of
    the executive committee the so-
    cial and recreational committee
    was given the task of providing
    home hospitality during the com-
    ing High Holidays. Through the
    aid of the Jewish groups in the
    community, a list now is being
    compiled of all families willing
    to provide the Jewish men with
    meals and sleeping accommoda-
    tions.
    We take this means of advising
    the Jewish community of Greater
    Miami that every uniformed man
    in this area will be provided
    with home hospitality. There is
    no necessity for any organization
    to make financial appeals for that
    purpose. There is no necessity
    for any individual to give one
    cent to any organization in re-
    sponse to such appeals.
    The committee is preparing a
    ist of all Jewish boys who will Swen0m, became*the'first Anwri-
    Mcxde From Fresh Oranges
    1
    be stationed here for the High
    Holidays. This list will be turned
    over to the social recreational
    committee so that adequate ar-
    rangements may be made for
    them.
    Religious needs are being met
    through services arranged by the
    religious committee under the
    chairmanship of Dr. Jacob H.
    Kaplan, president of the Greater
    Miami Rabbinical Association.
    This letter is particularly time-
    ly in view of an item in the Aug-
    ust 7 issue of The Jewish Florid-
    ian, constituting an appeal for
    funds by one Greater Miami
    Jewish organization on the
    ground that "a five dollar dona-
    tion will pay for all the meals
    for one soldier on both days of
    Rosh Hashonnah and Yom Kip-
    pur."
    Any such solicitations for
    funds are unauthorized by this
    committee.
    In order to avoid duplication
    of efforts and render the maxi-
    mum service, we call upon the
    Jewish people of Greater Miami
    to cooperate wholeheartedly in
    the work of the Greater Miami
    Army and Navy Committee.
    Sincerely,
    Sam Blank, Chairman
    Greater Miami Army and
    Navy Committee.
    (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
    leaders William Fox, one-
    time leader of the film industry,
    is, they say, planning a come-
    back in that fieldthis time as
    a producer Henri Bernstein,
    the French author now living in
    New York, is working on a new
    drama, and keeping the gossip
    columns busy speculating on his
    latest romance Did you know
    that it was Kenneth McKenna,
    Metro story editor, who persuad-
    ed produced Sidney Franklin to
    make "Mrs. Miniver?" Mc-
    Kenna, in case you've forgotten,
    is the brother of Jo Mielziner,
    the stage designer.
    ABOUT PEOPLE
    There is a great deal of specu-
    lation on what job Governor
    Lehman will get after he quits
    the executive mansion at Albany
    Our guess is that he will receive
    a post of cabinet rankingone
    that is now occupied by a fam-
    ous New Dealer The War
    Production Board's Robert Nath-
    an (not to be confused with the
    poet and novelist Robert Nathan)
    is expected to become chairman
    of the new British-American Re-
    sources and planning Committee.
    Sam Rosoff, rotund builder of
    New York's subways, is going
    to construct a long irrigation tun-
    nel for Mexico Congratula-
    tions to columnist Louis Sobol
    on the marriage of his daugh-
    ter Natalie Monica Lewis,
    who has been warbling at the
    Stork Club this summer, is the
    youngest daughter of Leon Bloom,
    himself a well-known musician
    of Manhattan, and one of the
    town's finest piano teachers.
    THE LEVYS HAVE IT
    The newly published Volume
    Seven of the Universal Jewish
    Encyclopedia is dedicated to the
    memory of Jacob H. Schiff, but
    its outstanding feature seems to
    be the Levy clan, various mem- '
    bers of which take up all of thir-
    teen pages in this tome The
    list starts with the Levy family
    of France, famous as publishers
    of French authors of the calibre
    of Ernest Rcnan and Victor,
    Hugo, and continues through to
    William Mallory Levy, a major
    in the Confederate Army during
    the Civil War ... So now we are
    able to tell you that Asser Levy,
    also known as Asser Levy van
    can Jewish citizen, and was the
    first champion of Jewish rights
    in the New World ... It was due
    to his persistent efforts that the
    Dutch administration of New Am-
    sterdam admitted Jews to full
    citizensip rights Then there
    was Hayman Levy, whose dis-
    tinction it was to nave employed
    the original John Jacob Astor
    to beat furs, at the munificent
    salary of a dollar a day And
    Louis Edward and Max Levy,
    brothers who won distinction in
    the field of photo-engraving .
    Max, indeed, invented the half-
    tone screen so universally used
    now And, finally, Commodore
    Uriah Phillips Levy, who fath-
    ered the law for the abolition of
    corporal punishment in the
    American navy Commodore
    Levy purchased the Monticcllo
    home of Thomas Jefferson, whom
    he always admired greatly, and
    in his will bequeathed that shrine
    to the nation But the will
    later was invalidated, and it was
    not until quite recently that the
    Thomas Jefferson Memorial As-
    sociation purchased Monticello,
    which in the meanwhile had be-
    longed to various members of the
    Levy family.
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    FRIDAY, AUGUST U,
    ! the scrap campaign was intended
    simply to enrich junk dealers.
    Since it is a well known fact
    that the scrap industry is largely
    in the hands of Jews who built
    I it up, the broadcasters did not
    j hesitate to accuse the Jews of
    furthering the drive for their
    I own ends ... Of course it is un-
    derstandable why Germany
    would like to sec this campaign
    flop Everything that holds
    back the war effort, everything
    that helps to slow down the pro-
    duction of war materials is to the
    interest of the enemy.
    In A Creditable Manner
    So insistent did this word of
    mouth propaganda, of which the
    above quotes are a sample, be-
    come, that the Committee on Mili-
    tary Affairs of the House of Rep-
    resentatives saw fit to delve
    j deeply into its progress ... A
    special committee on material,
    procurement and personnel was
    appointed ... Its interim report,
    Scrapology j released recently by the U. S.
    ". There is still a lot of con- Government Printing Office, pro-
    fusion about (the scrap collec- [ vides the answer to the current
    tion drive) whether it is pa- \ stories There has been no
    triotic to collect money for it, j widespread profiteering in the
    whether some junk man is getting scrap drive ... By and large the
    rich on selling the free stuff ." scrap industry has conducted it-
    The only ones who are bene- | \cTi{ in "editable manner .
    filing from the scrap collection Naturally, there have been a
    campaign are the junk dealers few violators (c. g. the owners of
    who are able to make exorbitant profits through hoarding." j Savannah) but this is to be ex-
    , I pected in an industry which has
    True or false. 15m dealcrs and 200.0u0 em-
    False, of course! Both of
    FROM THE
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    William f*^.
    Boxerman V's^k.
    Tho vtewa expressed by Mr. Boxer* man are his own and
  • not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Plorldian.
    ployes.
    No Hoarding
    To the average person unac-
    quainted with this business, the
    seemingly large stocks of old cars
    in automobile graveyards or junk
    dealers' lots seem to give cred-
    1 ence to the charge that there is
    Presumably, neither one of flagrant hoarding For that
    these two sources had any ma- reason, this portion of the com-
    licious intent in uttering the mittee's report is pertinent:
    thoughts indicated Yet. sad "It sould be borne in mind that
    to say, unknowingly they had, scrap metal yards and so-called
    taken their cue from the propa- automobile graveyards are units
    ganda ministry of Goebbels. And of two separate industries .
    these quotations illustrates well
    the technique of the Nazi line.
    The first is taken from the col-
    umns of a Florida weekly .
    The second emanates from the
    lips of a very well-known civic
    leader.
    they were as puppets whose
    strings were being pulled by the
    master puppeteer in Berlin.
    Yes. Hitler's agents have done
    their work well This is proof,
    if such were needed, of the ef-
    fectiveness of the Nazis* greatest
    psychological weapon One
    day after the United States Gov-
    ernment announced a nation-
    wide project for the collection of
    scrap, the Nazi short-wave Eng-
    lish broadcasts directed to our
    country were devoted to a so-
    called "expose" of "the scrap
    hoax" ... A studied effort was
    made to convince the American
    people that the scrap was being
    hoarded for a higher price and
    Some of the complaints registered
    with governmental agencies and
    in the public press come from
    persons who are not fully in-
    formed as to such differentiation.
    The operator of an automobile
    graveyard is concerned primarily
    with retrieving car parts for re-
    sale His interest is secondary
    in bodies, fenders, and other light
    iron which cannot be used eco-
    nomically in open-hearth furn-
    aces Discarded automobiles
    piled up in a graveyard may mis-
    lead the casual observer into be-
    lieving it to be a repository of
    hoarded scrap metal.
    "The scrap-yard pile is the
    dealer's stock in trade, and the
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    fact that it is visible does not
    necessarily indicate hoarding .
    On the contrary, what appears to
    the uninitiated as a huge pile of
    scrap metal is no more than the
    dealer's normal and necessary in-
    ventory ... An unusually large
    tonnage is required during the
    present emergency."
    Prices Pegged
    But what about the charge of
    excessive profits being made by
    dealers? The same report indi-
    cates that a ceiling has been set.
    a fixed minimum price of $17.68
    on a net ton basis at Pittsburgh.
    This price allows the dealer only
    a fair profit ... It would be im-
    possible for anyone to get more
    by hoarding it and thus presum-
    ably creating a greater demand
    for it Most dealers are well
    aware of the requisitioning pow-
    ers of the government.
    With so much talk in our own
    community about the scrap drive,
    it might be well to clip this state-
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    reference in answering some of
    the false generalizations one
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