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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 16 No. 6
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
WAR CHEST DRIVE
ON III FULL SWING:
REPORT PROGRESS
The first two report meetings
of the War Chest of Dade County
have been very well attended, ac-
cording to Charles L. Cl.merits,
president, with 22< persons at the
first session, and 3(i:i at the Wed-
nesday luncheon. Ruth luncheons
were paid for l>y the Miami
Cleaaring House Association. The
third luncheon on next Friday
Will be by courtesy of Wometco
and Paramount Theatre chains
While the attendance has been
good the reports are a bit slow
in accumulating. Totals sub-
scribed as of Wednesday are $83,-
257 on the way to the goal of
$463,600. It must be acknowl-
edged, however, that many of the
most productive divisions such
as War Industries and Commer-
cial Divisions are just getting in-
to full swing. By the end of
thia week there should be a very
substantial increase, pointing to
final reports on next Tuesday.
Friday Will be Women's Day
at the luncheon, with Mrs. Bruce
Macintosh presiding; music led
by Dorothy Sterns Mayer; moth-
ers of soldiers will he honored;
Miss Nina McAdams. dean of
girls at Miami High School will
be guest speaker; reports will be
by Mrs I. J. McCaffrey,
chairman of the women's divis-
ion. John S. Knight, as speaker
Wednesday, staled, "It is tune for
less talking about patriotism, and
more realization that the War
Chest of Dade County is the most
important war work of the mom-
ent. Dade county must get un-
der ^his campaign if it expects
to hold up its head with pride
among other communities of the
United States which have gone
over the top with their War Chest
goals."
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the Miami group in special fin-
ance division, exceeded his quota
in his Wednesday's report.
I MUSSOLINI SAID EASING
UP ON ANTI- JEWISH LAWS
London (WNS)Premier Mus-
solini was reported this week to
have ordered his Fascist officials
to ease the anti-Jewish laws now
in effect throughout Italy. While
no details were given it was
said in usually well-informed cir-
cles that Mussolini has decided
to soften the anti-Jewish decrees
in an attempt to improve his
relations with the Vatican.
It was suggested also that with
the complete descruction of the
Italian empire, II Duce now sees
the handwriting on the wall and
is endeavoring to disassociate
himself with Hitler's bloody anti-
Jewish campaign.
Y TO INAUGURATE
LECTURE SERIES
STARTING FEO. II
A series of five lectures giv-
ing the history, ideals, philoso-
phy and teachings of the Jewish
Religion will begin at the Y. M.
H. A. Thursday evening, Febru-
ary 11, at 8:15 o'clock. This se-
ries is sponsored by the Young
Men's Hebrew Association in co-
operation with the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami.
The First Lecture will be giv-
en by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi
Emeritus of Temple Israel and
Professor of Philosophy at the
University of Miami. His lecture
will be entitled, "Book of Books."
He will give a proper evaluation
of the Bible, the Written Law.
Other lectures will be given at
bi-weekly intervals by the other
rabbis.
This is one of the outstanding
projects of the "Y" and the people
will have an opportunity to learn
something of their race, culture
and religion by men who are out-
standing in their fields.
Admission is free, but registra-
tion is required.
AUTHOR TO SPEAK
IT
OF SHOLEM LODGE
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will
present a free public lecture at
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St.
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Marvin Lowenthal of New York,
author, historian, lecturer and
foreign correspondent, will speak
on "The Price of the Coming
Peace.
Installation ceremonies will be
brief in order that full attention
may be focused upon Mr. Lowen-
thal, author of "The Autobiagro-
phy of Montaigne," "A World
BILL URGES GOVERNMENT
TO AID EUROPEAN JEWS
Washington (WNS)Rep. Ar-
thur G. Klein of New York in-
troduced a bill this week calling
upon the United States govern-
ment to do everything in its
power to aid the Jews in Nazi-
occupied France. The house re-
ferred the bill to its committee
on foreign affairs.
Expressing the "vehement pro-
test" of the United States Con-
gress against the systematic Nazi
murder of millions of innocent
Jews, Rep. Klein's bill urged the
Roosevelt administration to do
all in its power to save the Jews
from certain death. The reso-
lution also voiced the sympathy
of the American people for the
helpless Jews.
0. S. ASKED TO AID
ESCAPING JEWRY
OF
VATICAN BROADCASTS AT-
TACK ON RACIAL THEORIES
POST-WAR AID FOR
JEWS Of NATIONS
New York (WNS)A state-
of principles asking the
Unit. ^Nations and "those who
imi' the terms of peace"
fct the repatriation and re-
habilitation of the millions of
Jewish victims of Hitlerism and
"the complete restoration and
safeguarding of their equal civil
and religious rights," was adopt-
ed by the American Jewish Com-
mittee at its 36th annual meet-
ing.
The meeting went on record as
pledging "every effort and every
sacrifice to the winning of the
war, the achievement for the
whole world of the Four Free-
doms and the blessings of the
Atlantic Charter and the estab-
lishment of a just and enduring
peace."
The adopted statement of prin-
Iples affirmed the committee's
, (CONTINUED ON PAOK )
Geneva (WNS)The attitude
of the Vatican towards Hitler's
racial theories was again demon-
strated this week when the Vati-
can radio broadcast to the world
the address delivered recently in
Budapest by Justinian Cardinal
Seredi of Hungary, in which the
church leader demanded that
Hungary protect "all who are
menaced on account of their be-
liefs or their race."
In his speechone of the most
bitter denunciations of the Nazi
theoriesthe cardinal warned
the people of Hungary that "the
church will deny sacraments to
those who have helped to carry
off others and send them to
forced labor for ideological rea-
sons."
Passed By," "The Jews of Ger-
many: A Story of 16 Centuries,"
"The Memories of Glueckel of
Hameln," "New York: The City
Washington Knew," and Henriet-
ta SzoldLife and Letters."
Mr. Lowenthal has gained an
enviable reputation and the ap-
probation of his contemporaries.
Lodge officers are: Louis Hei-
men, president: Milton A. Fried-
men, first vice president; Walter
C. Kovner, second vice president;
Harold Turk, recording secretary;
S. B. Miller, treasurer; Aaron Ed-
elman. financial secretary; Bur-
nett Roth, monitor; Maurice
Cromer, warden; Ernest Sussman,
guardian; Dr. Alexander Kush-
ner, assistant monitor, and the
following trustees: Isaac Levin,
Leo Eisenstein, Sol S. Goldstrom,
E. Albert Pallot, Carl Weinkle,
and Isadore Goldstein.
Auxiliary officers are: Mrs. Sam
Silver, president; Mrs. S. B. Mil-
ler, first vice president; Mrs. Jo-
seph A. Berman, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. E. Albert Pallot. sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Albert
Green, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Harold Turk, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Jack August, treas-
urer; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, moni-
tor, and the following directors:
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Louis
Heiman. Mr. Frank Coret, Mrs.
Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Walt-
er Kovner, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein,
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Benjamin
Landau, Mrs. R. Levey, Mrs.
Isaac Levin, Mrs. David Catsman
and Mrs. S. Fleishman.
All members of B'nai B'rith,
their ladies and friends are invit-
ed to attend Sunday evening.
TAPS WARN JEWS AGAINST
PRO ALLIED ACTIVITIES
New York (WNS)Express-
ing its horror at the ruthless
Nazi campaign to exterminate
the Jewish people of occupied
France, the Church Peace Union,
an organization of clergymen and
laymen of various religious de-
nominations and political affilia-
tions, adopted a resolution this
week asking the United States
and other free countries of the
world to offer asylum to Jews
who manage to escape from the
Nazi terror.
Calling upon all men and
women in the United States to
join in protest against the Nazi
execution of Jews and "the ruth-
lessness of the deliberate pro-
gram of the German government
under Hitler to exterminate all
the Jews in Europe," the resolu-
tion asked that all governments
of the United Nations give imme-
diate assurance that the Jews of
Europe will not be left to suf-
fer alone in this crisis but that
the shedding of their blood will
be avenged by the punishment
of the butchers.
London (WNS) Japanese I
military authorities have issued
"stern warning" to all Jews |
in the occupied Philippine is-
lands to refrain from pro-United
Nations "espionage," the Berlin
radio broadcast this week. The
Nazi radio said that the Japanese'
had accused the Jews also of,
"black-market speculation."
WORLD INTERESTED IN JEW-
ISH QUESTION SAYS PRESS
London (WNS)Sharp criticism
of General Henri Giraud's state-
ment that the Jewish question in
North Africa was purely an "in-
ternal matter," was voiced this
week by the London Evening
Standard, which reminded the
high commissioner for French Af-
rica that one of the war aims of
the United Nations is to abolish
racial persecution.
SPIRITUAL LEADER
OF BEACR CENTER
OOITS POST HEBE
Dr. Samuel Bension, rabbi of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center, 1415 Euclid Ave-
nue, has resigned from his posi-
tion and is leaving for Washing-
ton to arrange for his return to
Palestine, whence he came at
the outbreak of the war.
Dr. Bension is a native of the
Holy Land but was educated in
America. He is a graduate of
Brown University, received his
Doctor's degree at New York
University and was ordained at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. He has served as the
rabbi of the Cleveland Jewish
Center at Cleveland, Ohio: the
Jacksonville (Fla.) Jewish Cent-
er: the South Side Hebrew Con-
gregation of Chicago and the He-
brew Institute of the Bronx.
He was elected rabbi of the
Congregation Jacob Joseph at
Miami Beach in September. 1941.
and in less than a year trans-
formed it into the present Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Dr. Bension's resignation was
accepted with regret and he was
presented with a purse in appre-
ciation of the splendid services
he rendered. Dr. Bension will
deliver his farewell sermons on
Friday, February 5th, at 8 p. m.
on the subject of "What Price
Liberty" and on Saturday. Feb-
ruary 6th at 10 a. m. on the sub
ject of "Autocracy. Democracy,
and Mob Rule."
Dr. Bension. upon his return
to Palestine, will travel and
write a series of articles on pres-
ent day conditions there, polit-
ical and otherwise. The articles
will appear in The Jewish Flor-
idian and other Anglo-Jewish
publications throughout the coun-
try
RABBI'S SON IN AIR CORPS.
IS KILLED IN PLANE CRASH
Kansas City (WNS)Lieuten-
ant Hyman Braver, 22-year-old
son of Rabbi Judah Braver of
this city, was killed in a recent
plane crash, it was announced
this week. Lieut. Braver was
stationed with the Army Air
Corps in Colorado Springs, Colo.
FLORIDA LEADERS
CONDEMN POLICY
U. S. RELIEF WILL INSURE
VICTORY. SAYS LEHMAN
New York (WNS)American
relief to countries liberated by
the United Nations from the
Axis yoke was heralded as "a real
weapon to win complete and
ovelmhelming victory and to se-
cure the peace which must fol-
fow," by Herbert H. Lehman, di-
rector of Foreign Relief and Re-
habilitation Operations, at a din-
ner in his honor tendered this
week by the Labor Division of
the American Ort Federation.
Berne (W N S)The puppet
Vichy government has proclaimed
Feb. 15 as the tentative deadline
for the "total liquidation of the
Jewish problem in France," ac-
cording to reliable reports here.
In response to the horrifying
news from Europe about the mass
extermination of the Jewish peo-
ple now going-on in Hitler-dom-
inated countries, a strong move-
ment was initiated in Florida, as
well as throughout the entire
country', for a plan to stop this
brual slaughter.
Senator Claude Pepper and
Rep. Pat Cannon of Florida, along
with other leading figures of
Florida, have joined with the
many high-ranking representa-
tives of public opinion and states-
men of America in a "Proclama-
tion on the Moral Rights of the
Stateless and Palestinian Jews"
which condemns the present atti-
tude of "pity alone" to the plight
of the Jews in Europe and out
lines a positive program of action
as a solution.
Honorable Claude Pepper stat-
ed: "Undoubtedly the Jewish peo-
ple, the most persecuted of all.
are entitled to an opportunity to
bear their responsible part of the
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PAGE TWO
* Jewish fhrkflan
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1943
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
CEREMONIALS
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NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
The International Relations
Discussion Group of the Miami
Section of the National Council
of Jewish Women will meet at
2 p. m. Wednesday. Feb. 10 at
the home of Mrs. Morris Alpert,
1435 West Ave. The topic for
discussion, "Post War Problems"
will be presented by Mrs. Harry
Barnhard. Participating in the
symposium on "Long Term Plan-
ning'" will be Mrs. W. I. Fcuer,
Mrs. I. Wohl, Mrs Morris Alpert,
Mrs. A. Laufer and Mrs. N.
Laschower,
MIAMI BEACH
MIZRACHI
SPINOZA FORUM
Rev. Joseph Barth. of the
Unitarian Church. Miami, will
be the guest speaker at the
Spinoza Forum this Saturday
afternoon under the canopy on
the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th St.,
Miami Beach. Rev. Barth's topic
will be "Which War Are We
fighting?"
The Round-Table discussion of
the Spinoza Forum will take
place Wednesday evening, 7:30
to 9 p. m., when Dr. Morris
Schneer of New York, will speak
on -The Glands and How They
Effect Your Personality.'"
The Miami Beach Mizrachi
met Sunday night at the Beth
Jacob synagogue. The meeting
was presided over by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. The guest
speaker of the evening was
Abraham Cohen, former national
treasurer of the Mizrachi.
Reports on the Chamisho Os-
sor Palestine night were ten-
dered.
The Mizrachi together with
the HIAS will be the benefi-
ciaries of a fish dinner to be
given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Adlerblum, 751 Euclid
Ave.. Sunday afternoon. Feb. 14.
Mizrachi men and women are
on the arrangements committee.
Tickets may be obtained through
the Adlerblums or from the Miz-
rachi officers.
Last Monday at Jackson Me-
morial hospital, nabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the brith
milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Jacobson. 631 S. W. 23rd
Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz
will be hosts at a reception at
Cong. Schaarei Zedek, Saturday
morning following the services in
honor of their new born grand-
child. The ceremony of naming
'the child will take place at that
j time.
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
.
PIONEER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
Mrs. Esther Seitlin. 4020 S. W.
12th St.. will enter Jackson Me-
morial hospital Saturday to un-
dergoe a major knee operation.
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz left last
BETH DAVID
SISTERHOOD
The second of a series of book
reviews sponsored by the Beth
David Sisterhood will take place
Monday evening, Feb. 15 at 8:15
o'clock in the Synagogue. The
book to be reviewed by Rabbi
Max Shapiro will be 'The Song
of Bcrnadette," by Franz Werfcl.
WEDDINGS
Henry Krakow ana Miss M.
Manseficld were joined in mar-
riage last week by Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff joined
in marriage Pvt. Simon Gold and
Miss Sylvia Davis.
BETH SHOLEM
________CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin
presented a Golden Book of Life
to Beth Sholom Center last Sun-
day evening, and were hosts at
a reception that followed in the
Ellis Room. The acceptance ad-
dreSS was made by President Al-
fred B. Rosenstein. Guest speak-
er was Jacob Felt. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei also spoke.
The Beth Sholom Sisterhood
will hold its regular meeting on
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
The board of directors will
hold their next regular meeting
on Wednesday at 8 p. m.
LADIES AUXILIARY
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong.
Schaarei Zedek will hold a card
party for the benefit of the Tal-
mud Torah Sunday evening at
the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third
St. Refreshments will be served.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
and Mrs. George Chertkof were
:b'- speakers at a successful pack-
age party of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Cong, last Sunday.
Sidney H. Palmer and Harry
Pearl assisted in the evening's
festivities.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Minses,
communal workers in the HIAS,
JNF and Pioneer Women's ac-
tivities, were the gracious hosts
to more than 150 people at a
dinner on the lawn of their
home, 815 Fourth St.. Miami
Beach, last Sunday. The funds
derived were for the benefit of
the Jewish National Fund
through the efforts of the Pio-
neer Women's Group No. 1. As
a tribute to the generosity of the
hosts the organization ordered
the inscription of their names in
the Golden Book of the JNF.
With the remainder of the funds
trees were purchased Follow-
ing dinner the guests gathered
in the Minses home and listened
t<> a program under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Henry Seitlin.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff spoke
on the work of the JNF. The
committee in charge included
Mrs. I. Shapof, Mrs. I. Liberoff
and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman.
A tea and cultural afternoon
with Mrs. Henry Seitlin as host
at her home. 418 N. W. Fifth St.,
will take place Tuesday after-
noon at 1 o'clock. A program
will be presented and the public
is invited.
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation will sponsor a joint affair
of all local groups in Greater
Miami. It will be the fourth an-
nual Donor Dinner and is sched-
uled for April 4.
BIRTHS
I'lie Beth Jacob Sisterhood
will meet at the synagogue Mon-
day afternoon at 2 p. m. An
interesting program ha.- been ar-
ranged.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mackauf
announce the birth of a daugh-
ter Sunday at Victoria hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman an-
nounce the birth of a son Mon-
day at Jackson Memorial.
Mr and Mrs. Sam Sehafur an-
nounce the binh of a sun Mon-
day at Jackson Memorial.
Mr. and Mrs Nal Nussbaum
announce the birth oi a son last
week at Jackson Memorial.
Mr, and Mrs. Sam Freedman,
Miami Beach, announce the birth
0( ;i sdil
Mr. and Mr.-. J. Katz. Miami
'" ach- announce the birth ol a
son,
Miss Sadye Isaacson is visiting
with her brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Isaac-
son.
Mrs. Eli Hurwitz and children
week to attend tiie graduation of New York City is visiting with
ceremonies of her son, Howard, I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isador
from Georgia Tech University in [ Langner of 2283 S. W. 17th St.
Atlanta. He graduated as a! Max Rapport left yesterday for
aeronautical engineer. i Gainesville, Fla., where he will
Barney Streit of Brooklyn, N. I m,'(,t hls daughter. Mrs. Char-
Y., is visiting his son-in-law and ,otte Polk- of New York City,
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thl'-V w,n attend the exercises
Apte. at their home. 435 S. W. at the University of Florida at
31st Rd.. Miami. I which time Mr. Rapparort's son.
Rev and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro j Sr' PftJS .
are visiting with their son and. Ml" E Dorothy Miller'ot Bos-
daughter-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs.'1""" "- i'rnvi'<1l hf Wednes-
Max Shapiro, and their son-.n- d;,>' < visit with her brother
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. jand Sl ^V % A *2 Mrs
Herman Isaacson Irving Miller, 520 S. W. 22nd Rd
., David Rosenblum. of Butler.
Mrs Joe Beck, daughter-in-, Pa., is Vlslt his fath g
law of Mrs. I. Rosengarten is Rosl.nblum. ()f this clt ff)r ;
3"nf "UVr bT 'WO-week ^ay. He is assorted
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max ith and the owner Qf ^
r^-'P'' station WISR.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper are i Lt. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner
in Jacksonville where Mr. Pep- will arrived here Sunday to
per is convalescing from a recent spend six weeks with his par-
"* I1'"1*. Mr. and Mrs. Leon W.
red Sakowitz left Sunday to [Gardner of Miami Beach Thev
spend two weeks with relatives will visit with friends and reta-
in New York City. i tives.
HANITA CLUB
HADASSAH
A farewell dinner will be
given by the Hanita Women's
Club in honor of Mrs. Eva
Checkoway. national organizer,
who worked with the clubs in
this city. The dinner will be-
held Sunday evning, Feb. 14 at
5:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Ave.
A very fine program has been
prepared.
NATIONAL HOME FOR
JEWISH CHILDREN
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
(Children at Denver announces
the postponement of their bene-
fit party which was to have been
held Feb. 1? at the Beth Sholom
Center to March l, Monday eye-
ing at 8 p, m.
Have you bought your
(< use Bonds yet?
De-
a series of five lectures giving the history, ideals,
philosophy and teachings of the Jewish Religion
sponsored by the
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in co-operation with the
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mr. and Mr.-. Louis Silveiman
" Miami Beach are announcing
rriage of their
daughter. Edith, to Lt. Albert M. ;
Bleich, of Yonkers, N. Y. Prior'
to entering the service the groom-
was engaged m accountan-
cy. He is at present stationed at
Presque Isle, Maine, as ah Insur-
ance and Travel Officer.
RECEPTIONS
More than two hundred people
attended a reception at the home
<>f Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer
last Sunday evening given in
honor at their son. Joseph's bar
mitevah. Tables were set in the
garden of the home and a short
rormal program took place with
several short talks given, includ-
ing brief remarks by Rabbi Sim-
on April. The engagement of
their daughter Helen to Sam Al-
pern of Fitzgerald. Ga.. was also
announced that evening.
"We cannot have all wc want
U our aoldiem and sailors are to
nave all they need."
Franklin D. Roosevelt
The newly organized Miami
Unit of Business and Profes-
sional Hadassah will meet Fob
8. Monday at 8 p. m., at the
Hildegarde Studio, 35 N. W.
Fust St. At its last meeting the
organization elected the follow-
j mg officers:
j Mrs Irving Querido. president;
52 ni HuarryPBreskin' vice P^'-
dent, Miss Evelyn Brown, treas-
urer; Miss Rita Gordon, record-
ing secretary; Miss Gertrude
Mandell, corresponding secre-
tary; Miss Sylvia Gennger. Miss
'lolly Gershon. Miss Rose Kor-
shin. Mrs. William Walsh. Miss
Lillian Warner. Miss Fay Wer-
ner, board of directors.
There will be a short business
"'-"'^followed by a cultural
""' s"";'1 program under the
Walsh, cultural chairman.
TOWER

Fri., Feb. 5thLast Day
Laugh Your
Blues Away"
WITH
J>nx Falkenburs
AND EDDIE CANTOR'S
"Mad Russian"
Starts Sat "at V-SO* p. m. and
Sunday Thru Tuesday
February 6-9
GENE TIERNEY
GEO. MONTGOMERY
"CHINA
GIRL
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WITH
VICTOR McLAGLEN
LYNN BARJ
EXTRA!
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tIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1943
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PAGE THREE
10IIDI LEADERS
IDENI POLICY

,ONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
irden of Hitler's defeat. Surely
>me way can be found, having
le regard for all interests af-
:ted, for the Jews, not only to
do their part, but to show the
World their colors as an organ-
lied and distinct fighting force."
" Endorsed by 39 officials of the
S. Army and Navy, 33 Sen-
Ill Representatives, 18
irernors, 49 Mayors, 78 Gov-
lent officials, 47 Judiciary
'icials. 96 members of the Cler-
34 Labor Leaders, 233 Edu-
rs, 232 Editors, Publishers
columnists, 174 Authors, 100
Hon. Pat Cannon, representative;
Hon. Armstead Brown, Chief Jus-
tice Supreme Court, Tallahassee;
Hon. Roy H. Chapman, Justice
Supreme Court of Florida, Talla-
hassee; Hon. J. Tom Watson, At-
torney-General of Florida, Talla-
hassee; Col. Raymond Robins,
Social Economist, Brooksville;
William S. Allen, President John
B. Stetson University, Deland;
John J. Tigert, President, Univer-
sity of Florida, Gainesville; Har-
ry R. Trusler, Dean of Law
School, University of Florida,
Gainesville; Rabbi Morris D.
Margolis, Jacksonville; Philip Wy-
lie, Author, Miami Beach; Miss
Mabel V. A. Marsh, Ormond
Beach; John H. Perry, President
Publishing Companies, Palm
Beach; Ernest K. Coulter, Sara-
sota; Meredith Nicholson, Auth-
or, St. Augustine; Rev. Pierce S.
Ellis, Tallahassee; Miss Bertita
Harding, Author, Tampa; Daniel
S. Sanford, Dean of Instruction.
University of Tampa; James Elli-
ott Mooney, President, University
WITH THE BOYS
IN SERVICE
E. Albert Pallot, long an ac-
tive figure in the life of the
Greater Miami community, was
this week commissioned a Lieu-
tenant, J.G., in the U. S. Navy.
He will report to Princeton Uni-
versity for endocrination.
A member of the law firm of
tice will be continued by his
partner, Charles A. Morehead.
Mr. Pallot is a former assist-
ant attorney general of the State
of Florida and is president of
Stationed at Camp Gruber,
Okla., Arthur William, the son
of Rabbi and Mrs. A. Goldberger
of Miami Beach, has been pro-
moted to Sergeant. Another son,
David, is stationed at Miami
Beach with the special service
division.
Donald Redenbaugh left re-
cently to join the United States
Coast Guard at St. Augustine.
He was active in the AZA work
here in Miami.
Seymour D. Ketive. son of Mr.
i ELECT OFFICERS;
BROAD PRESIDENT
Miami Beach district of the
Zionist Organization of America
Morehead and Pallot with off ices I J^^y^1 SmSIHSSB^ SAil has electt'd Shepard Broad, local
in the Ingraham Bldg. his prac- g w ^ h A entered the 1 attorney as its new president.
army in October and now has Other officers are Jake Felt Dr.
finished his basic training, pad-1^J^SS^jA^lL LJL?t
uating at Stillwater. Okla.. with
honor and distinction. He was
elected president of his flight
company.
92 Lawyers. 79 Physi-1 of Tampa; Rev. Henry M. Ed-
, 227 Industrial Leaders, and imonds. Winter Park; Irving Bach-
jsands of others, the "pro-
nation" proposes the follow-
platform:
That we shall no longer wit-
with pity alone, and with
passive sympathy, the calculated
^termination of the ancient Jew-
ish pcnple liy the barbarous
Na/is.
j"We proclaim the right of the
allor, Winter Park.
MIAMI MEN TO RECEIVE
DEGREES A T UNIVERSITY
Among 13 men from Metro-
politan Miami who will receive !
degrees at the University of
Florida in a graduating class of |
113. largest mid-term class in the
Jbws of the old world to live in university a history, are Bern-
Beedom and equality, enjoying j ard A. Kaminski, bachelor of
the rights and privileges of all science; Bernard L_Mdl,_MaC'
Other human beings.
lor of science in agriculture;
Oscar Rappaport. bachelor of
ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE
CHOOSES UNGAR AS HEAD
shin, vice presidents; Samuel S.
Kershbaum, corresponding secre-
tary; Philip Salmon, recording
secretary, and Dr. M. A. Lipkind,
treasurer. Appointed to head
committees are JNF. Dr. M. A.
Lipkind: program. Philip Sal-
E. ALBERT PALLOT
"We proclaim our belief in he. Mort(jn H TeU bachelor
moral right of the disinherited q{ ^^ ineoring. Jocl z.
Stateless Jews of Europe and of <, bachcior of arts in jour-
the stalwart young Jewish peo- R bache.
pie of Palestine to fight-M they ( o ^ agriculturt,
ask to fightas fellow-soldiers in
this war, standing forth in their!
own name and under their own | RABBI S. M. MACHTEI SPEAKS Committee. He selves as a mem
the Probus Club. He holds the
office of Esquire in the Miami
Elks Lodge and is a member of
the Greater Miami Army-Navy
A. A. Ungar. Miami automo-
bile dealer, was chosen president
of the Orange Bowl Committee
this year.
Ungar, third vice president and
chairman of the finance commit-
tee for 1942. was elevated to
president and plans started for
next New Year's Day football
classic at the annual meeting
Monday at the Columbus hotel.
Van Kussrow was selected first
vice president with George
Whitten as second vice president
and E. B. 'Buck" Freeman third
vice president. J. G. Thompson,
jr.. was re-elected secretary, and
H. Blake Oliver chosen treas-
urer again. All were unanimous
choices.
Ungar. long active in Miami
civic and business affairs, is the
fifth president of the organiza-
tion which puts on Miami's big
post-season football show.
banner, fighting as The Jewish | DURING WIOD RADIO HOUR
Army
"We proclaim our belief that
to allow these Jews to fight now
is a vital contribution to victory
and an immediate moral neces-
Hty for the cause of world free-
dom."
L The proclamation campaign
was organized by the Committee
For a Jewish Army. 535 Fifth
Hlrenue, New York City, under
the chairmanship of the noted au-
thor. Pierre van Paassen. A sim-
ilar committee is operating in
London.
Notables from Florida who
have signed the "Proclamation on
the Moral Rights of the Stateless
nd Palestinian Jews" include
Hon. Claude Pepper, senator;
Sunday. 4:30 p. m.. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei will speak over station
WIOD on the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation program on "Your God."
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of the Y.M.H.A. of which he is
a life member. He is a Past
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Masonic Lodge and a Past Patron
of the Eastern Star.
He is vice president of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
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League. Scottish Rite. Shrine.
Miami Zionist District and is
serving as a division head in the
1943 Federation Campaign. A
member of the Young Democrats
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legislative committee.
Announcement was made here
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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 6
THE I. E. A.
We have hesitated for some weeks now in
commenting upon the Jewish Education Sys-
tem, known in short term as I E A. In short
terra the I E A has fizzled. We hesitated,
seeking for a shred upon which to hang hopes
that a better future for the organization could
be looked forward to.
The cause for the second annual downfall
can be attributed to any one of a number of
causes. To poor lay leadershipungualfied
professional directionincompetent directors
disturbing influences among the religious
leadershiplack of cooperation by existing
Talmud Torahs and Synagogues. Possibly
all of these aforementioned could have con-
tributed their share to the stymied progress
of this organization, new in its present form.
Possibly one was outstanding and mainly re-
sponsible.
The J E A was originally started two years
ago as the United Talmud Torah. It failed
then because the synagogues would not re-
linquish their hold on their Talmud Torahs.
I( failed, also, because the leadership was not
sufficiently strong and competent to overcome
this obstacle.
Revived as early as last August, plans and
preparations were formulated for a more mod-
erate proposal. This new structure was a
more gradual step towards the ultimate qoal
of Community supervised Jewish Education,
the United Talmud Torah System.
Great care went into the creative details.
One meeting alter another was held. Each
gathering decided upon the convening of an-
other. Finally, with time for the openinq of
the fall semesters already past, some little
action could be perceived. With this action
the whole ship went forward as without a
rudder.
One attempt after another in presenting
the organization to the community was bun-
gled. Today but for a surface motion of ac-
tivity that looks good on mimeographed re-
ports, the organization is dormant. Sure,
curricula has been gone into, plans arranqed,
progress mapped out but for who? What qood
is a captain without his ship a teacher with-
out his pupilsan organization without con-
stituents?
Yes, we know Rome was not built in a day
but here it is the beginning of the second
school term. Yes, wa know it's easy to criti-
cize and condemnand we know it is easy
to retortwhere are youand can you do
betterCharley?
But we also know that a decision to open
a branch in the southwest does not neccesi-
tate a two-month period to find a suitable loca-
tion.
Is it the lay leadership? Is it the profes-
sional guidance? Is one handicapped by the
other?
We know that a unified education system
is sorely needed in Greater Miami. We feel
confident that by proper presentation to the
community it will be accepted. We are posi-
tive that the success of so major an under-
taking cannot be completely wrecked by any
small groupespecially so with the present
support this agency has.
A determination by the Jewish Education
Association to see its program through to a
successful culmination must be the answer
That can only be accomplished by a concen-
trated program effort that caUs for action
sound-logical-intelligent common sense
actionand action now!
We can t help but tell you how much the
indescribable sorrow of your brethren and
sisters burdens our soul. Perhaps it wUl
strengthen your heart when you hear that
Christians think of you and help you under
all circumstances and pray for you. We know
that the powers of evil which today attack the
Jews will tomorrow try to destroy Christians."
The letter continued: "The burning down of
synagogues marks the first step towards the
annihilation of Christian churches. We prav
to the Almighty for power to stand for all vou
stand and to help you if ever persecution
should come to our country."Prof. Karl Barth
THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE
The resolution adopted at the annual meet-
ing of the American Jewish Committee with
regard to the Jewish position in America, Eu-
rope and Palestine will be welcomed by
American Jews.
It is obvious from this statement that the
American Jewish Committee not only is in
sympathy with Jewish settlement work in
Palestine, but is also ready to cooperate with
Zionist bodies in helping "to safeguard the
Jewish settlement in and Jewish immigration
into Palestine and to guarantee adequate
scope for future growth and development to
the full extent of the economic absorptive ca-
pacity of the country." At the same time it
is only to be expected that the committee
wishes to see that policy of friendship and co-
operation between Jews and Arabs in Pales-
tine. Who doesn't?
The resolution of the committee goes on
record as approving the demand that Pales-
tine be put under international trusteeship re-
sponsible to the United Nations. While stat-
ing that "under existing conditions there
should be no preconceived formula at this
time as to the permanent political structure."
It favors the establishment of Palestine event-
ually as a "self-governing commonwealth." It
emphasizes, however, that there can be no
political identification of Jews outside of Pales-
tine with whatever government may be set
up there, and this, too, we are certain, is a pro-
vision which every Jew in the United States
will welcome.
This statement can be considered an indi-
cation of the earnest desire on the part of the
American Jewish Committee to meet the Zion-
ists half-way. The committee's membership
is largely composed of non-Zionists and partly
of anti-Zionists. The resolution the committee
has adopted indicates its inclination to bring
about a united front. While it does not en-
dorse the maximum demands of the Zionists,
it nevertheless offers a basis on which com-
mon action can be obtained. The resolution
thus constitutes a conciliatory and statesman-
like approach to the Palestine problem.
Also expressing the sentiments of Ameri-
can Jews is the part of the statement which
asks the United Nations to reaffirm at the forth-
coming peace conference the fundamental
principle that Jewish citizens of every land
shall be guaranteed full rights and complete
equality.
As to the resolutions concerning the "home
front adopted by the annual meeting of the
committee, there is no doubt that they will
meet with the full approval of all Jewish
groups.
NAZI ATROCITIES
"Nazi anti-Semitism culminates in the
cry that there is no God but Hitler and that
here shall be no masters on this earth but
the Germans If there could be a complete
Nazi victory Japan and the Japanese might be
the last names on the list of subject peoples
but Axis or no Axis, they would be there-
sl0aUvedC ,0 ** ,her Peples ** en"
"The horror of the persecution of the Jews
viewed in this perspective, covers all free h^
manity. What the Jews has suffered is a pre-
for nit <***?"*"** that would be reserved
for all who dare to stand against Hitlerism
or dare to be different from Hitler's HerrenvoS'
arP nn^^I5errenVlk, "^selves who today
are on the defensive. The day of justice draws
saTtnat Jhev?119 ** *?** Nau-"
uX .? Lhey know neither lew nor Gentile
but that they mean to strike down the Nazi
yranny wherever it has blasted any human
life; and that these Jewish lives, taken bTS
enemies, shall be accounted for at tie endh5
reckonmg."-Editorial. New York Ws gee
CHILE'S BREAK WITH AXIS
In severing relations with the aaaressnr
n^rJT Chiu hQS f,l0Wed her SS
^$2%S**and friend8h*
________________By PHINEAS I. BIRON-----------------------__
THE JEWISH FRONT ...
To the credit of Henry Monsky, President of B'nai B'rith.
chalk down a great achievement in bringing to life the
American Jewish Assembly Tribute is also due to Frank
Weil for his clear-eyed leadership of the Jewish Welfare
Board, which is making a glorious record, beyond its regular
activities, as the contemporary historian of Jewish participa.
tion in this war David Ben Gurion. who claims as his
own the famous Baltimore Zionist program which the Pal-
estine leadership has adopted, seems to forget that all its
main points had previously been formulated by Dr. Chairn
Weizmann in an article written for Foreign Affairs over two
years ago Ben Hecht's stirring piece about the Jewish
tragedy, "Remember Us," appearing in the February issus
of Reader's Digest, is only the first of six magazine articlet
from his pen on injustice toward the Jews One of these
Hecht masterpieces will be published in the Saturday Eve-
ning Post.
TRUE STORY...
Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, the popular music pub-
lishers, have been suffering from a bar conscience for some
years now ... It wasn't their fault, of course, but the fact re-
mains that it was a Shapiro, Bernstein publication "Beer
Barrel Polka," which contributed to the fall of Norway .
This happened back in April, 1940, when a band of Nazi
musicians kept the Oslo populace so enthralled with the
Polka's rollicking strains that the Norsemen didn't even no-
tice, until it was too late, that their country was being con-
quered by other Nazis who weren't playing music ... But
now, reports L. L., the publishers have found a way of re-
lieving their smarting conscience For when the Army's
call came out for 300,000 copies of a popular song each
month, the Shapiro Bernstein people were the first to sign
up for their morale-building project.
WITH THE ARTISTS ...
Arthur Szyk, whose 66 satiric drawings are attracting
thousands upon thousands of visitors to New York's Andre
Seligmann gallery, is now working on a drawing which will
be acclaimed his best ... He calls it "De Profundis," and it
depicts the Jewish world tragedy Abraham Manievich,
the late Russian Jewish painter who died six months ago, is
now being hailed as a leading exponent of modern art .
The exhibition of twenty-two of his canvases now being held
at the French Art Galleries, New York, has brought recogni-
tion that he belongs in the ranks of the immortals Yet
Manievich virtually died of hunger ... A sexagenarian new-
comer to the world of art is Abraham Levin, a Bronx tailor,
who only a couple of years ago decided to give up thread
and needle for brush and easel That the switch was
successful is attested by the fact that Levin has already had
a one-man show, and his pictures are appreciated by con-
noisseurs.
STAGE AND SCREEN ... .
It'll be a new Charlie Chaplain that you'll see in his next
picture, on which he's now doing the preliminary work
The plot centers about Landur, the famous French Bluebeard.
so you understand why Charlie is planning to change his
make-up Luise Rainer. absent from the screen too lonq.
is slated to get the coveted feminine lead in the screen play
to be made of Stefan Heym's "Hostags." the best sellef on
the underground movement in Czechoslovakia Irvinq
Berlin, reports Sidney Skolsky, has been spending so much
time with the soldier cast of his "This Is the Army." that he
feels as if he were back in uniform, and has taken to salut-
E?,u iCerS ', Mordecai Gere1*- co-author with William
seeta ,LHa P Y ^ ?ancin9 Soldiers," has hopes of
Sher9thnn rrQ?a PrJUCed in a screen version, with none
Other than Greta Garbo playing the lead Impressario
Billy Rose s next project, they tell us. is a superdupe? produc-
tion of Carmen, with an all-colored cast
BOOKS AND AUTHORS ...
ler'sWb^okrUburendin^USSOlmi' T**8 Han* Hershlield. was Hit-
aoaues &L. y married in one of their syna-
anaUwethink"mee ^SST^Su^ "^ d S
E. J. Kahn, whose book Thl a ^me more widespread.
a few months ago Lsie^7n1,eVWau8 pubUshed 0nly
Guinea, and recentiv mL 1?T dln9 his bit over in New
ering plenty JTmSltLTS! friend ,hat while he's gath-
wiKKfiSs thTjrrthere he'8 faiiin<**
J very scarce *JZ rS ^ HT *, "^ ?**
ported to you that Goorr, Jr ', Had we' incidentally, re-
ABOUT PEOPLE. "*** h" autobio*aPh*?
may^ot^cXl fe^f considerations of health
met Wlien the CtevSI sS2 ^ "* bom the Cab'
Rozinsky comes to New vSrir n ^^ "**' A**"1
for the Philharmonic Z 2 *' 8eason to wield his baton
OIUC' huJ Pj?CJ> on the Ohio podium will be
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. K. 19th St.. Miami
IBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Ralibl KmerltuK
OL.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi
riday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi Col-
> A. Zwitman: "Permanent
Values in a Changing World."
Temple Israel choir, musical se-
lections.
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Babbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
16*6 S W. Third Street. Miami
SIMON APRIU Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi Si-
mon AprU: "The Old and New
Law." Congregational singing.
Saturday, 9:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion
ol the Week." Shalosh Sudas
5:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
711 41st Street, Miami Reach
8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi S. M.
Machtei, "The World Within."
Cantor Julius Rosenstein chant-
ing. Hostesses, social hour: Mrs.
B. Reimer, Mrs. S. Rabinowitz,
Mrs. I. Rothman.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Service. Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei: "Lex Talionis."
Hosts at Kiddush, Mr. and Mrs.
David Liebman.
Adult classesJewish Science,
Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M.
Machtei, "Fear Not."
Daily services morning and
evening.
OBITUARIES
Services were conducted Tues-
day for Sol Klein, 63, of 911 S.
W. Second St., who died Saturday
night in a Miami hospital. Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman of Temple
Israel officiated. Klein came here
18 years ago from Omaha, Neb.,
and was a retired furniture sales-
man. He leaves his wife, Lena,
Miami; two sons. Milton L., ar-
my, and Ellis B., Miami; two
brothers, Ike and David, and a
sister, Mrs. Jennie Burger, all of
Omaha.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash Arc 3nl St., Miami Heswh
OKKS MWHt'HBIiOFF. Rabbi
XuRK'K MAMCHKS. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Moses
lieaeheloff: "Thou Shalt Not
Kin." Cantor Maurice Mamches,
community singing.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services:
Rev. Mayer Freed, National Rep-
resentative Yeshiva College, the
guest speaker. Early Sabbath
service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath after-
noon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion
ol the Week."
Adult classesTalmud daily 5
to 6 p. m., S. Freedman conduct-
ing. "Legends of the Talmud"
course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Mescheloff, week days 6:30 to 7
p. m. Bible study period. H.
Gokiin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All
classes in synagogue building,
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rev. Kal-
man Shapiro, father of Rabbi
Max Shapiro, guest speaker in
Yiddish: "Is Peace the Answer?"
Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct
the services. Cantor Louis Hay-
man, Beth David boys and girls
choir. Liturgical selections. Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Schwartz hosts at
social hour, occasion, 48th wed-
ding anniversary.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Max Shapiro: "Count Thy
People." Junior services, 10:30.
Kiddush will follow. Shalosh
Seudos 5:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
Body of Mrs. Fannie Raskin, 73,
who died at her residence. 1134
S. W. Seventh St., Sunday night
after a long illness, was sent to
Paterson, N. J., by the Gordon
Funeral Home. She came here
from Paterson eight years ago.
Surviving are her husband, Sam-
uel Raskin, five daughters. Mrs.
Sandra Steinberg, Mrs. Ida Mar-
cus and Mrs. Bernice Weisman,
all of Miami; Mrs. Lillian Sklar
of Yonkers, N. Y., and Mrs. Anna
Silverstein of Plainfield, N. J.;
two sons, William Raskin, Con-
shohocken, Pa., and Harold Ras-
kin of Putnam, Conn.; and 11
grandchildren. She was a mem-
ber of Miami Jewish Orthodox
and Beth David congregations.
Your Dates With Uncle Sam
Sugar: Stamp No. 10 expired
Jan. 31. Stamp No. 11 good for
3 pounds, remains valid until
March 15.
Coffee: Coupon No. 28, good
for one pound, expires on Feb.
8. Value and expiration date of
next coupon, No. 25, have not
been announced.
Fuel Oil: Period No. 3 cou-
pons expire Feb. 19. On Jan. 30
Period 4 coupons became valid,
remain valid until April 6.
Gasoline: March 21 No. 4 cou-
pons in "A" books expire. Feb.
28, the last date for "B" and "C"
motorists to have tires inspected
at filling stations, garages and
tire shops. March 31, deadline for
"A" book holders' tire inspec-
tion.
Point Rationing: Point ration-
tioning of canned, dried and
frozen foods begins approximate-
ly March 1. Meat, about a month
later.
tires; 4 To ascertain the compet-
ency of all drivers hired; 5 To
conserve worn parts by rebuild-
ing and replacement whenever
possible.
If you don't have to go. stay
home. If you have to travel by
train or bus, travel on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The
railroads transport about a mil-
lion troops each month and
freight movement is at an all-
time high. Civilians should con-
sider these facts when planning
unnecessary trips.
MONTE CARLO 10
BE HELD AT
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
5n S W. 17lh Av.nue. Miami
BE PI! K RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
Lewis orbjon. sexton
ervices daily 8:30 a. m. and
I p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and
J:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonizing: "The Portion of the
Week."
Adult classes: Daily 5:15 p.
m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
conducting.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1418 BuoUd Avenue, Miami Reach
I.R. SAMUKI. PENSION. Rabbi
Abraham D. Wolf. Cantor
Friday, 8 p. m.Dr. Samuel
Bension: "What Price Liberty."
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, Cen-
ter choir, musical selections.
Saturday, 9 a. m. servicesDr.
Bension: "Autocracy, Democracy
and Mob Rule." Oneg Shabat,
6 p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1 1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. LauderdaU, Ha
form Svn.-iKowu.- S.rvlng HpDjrWOOd,
J? !-iu.h-r.l:il and HroWard I ""ntv
BAM1-HI- HAI.KV1 |A*.0N'0Rab"
* Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
. m. ,
Sisterhood benefit social, open
men and women. Monday 8
. m.
Sisterhood night. Fort Lauder-
lale Service Men's Center can-
en, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
535 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 F.spunola Way, Miami Beach
Services: Daily and Saturday,
Jacob L Andron speaking Satur-
day morning.
Adult classes: Sunday through
Thursday, 6:45 p. m.
YESHIVXCENTER
M Michigan Ave., Miami Poach
Services: Daily 8 a. m. and
Saturdays, 9 a. m.
M. FRIEDMAN
Practical Hebrew Teacher
620 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
Beginners to Talmud
Individual Instruction
Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs
Attention Fleet Owners!
IF YOU OPERATE THREE OF MORE VEHICLES IN YOUR
BUSINESS. AS A FLEET OWNER YOU MUST COMPLY
WITH REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICE OF DEFENSE
TRANSPORTATION AND KEEP SPECIAL RECORDS.
PHONE 2 114 1
FOR SPECIALLY PREPARED BLANKS AND YOUR
NEEDS WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF
Great enthusiasm and much
friendly rivalry is being shown
by members of the Monte Carlo
Committee of the Y.M.H.A. and
the Miami Service League. The
"Y" Division, headed by Leo duration."
Ackerman and Dave Willner. and
the Miami Service League Divi-
sion, headed by Mrs. Anne
Koven, its president, are vying
with each other to see who sells
the most booklets.
At a meeting of this commit-
tee held last Sunday morning at
the "Y." the committee report-
ed that a cocktail party to be
held on Feb. 21 will begin the
affair at 3 o'clock. A buffet din-
ner will be served at 5 o'clock
and the Food Committee is pre-
paring many delicacies for that
occasion.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, calls special attention to
the fact that parents need not
worry about leaving their chil-
dren home or about not having
a maid. Special arrangements
have been made to take care of
the children by Miss Dorothy
Lightman of the Arts and Crafts
Department of the Y.M.H.A.
While the parents are enjoying
themselves, Miss Lightman will
have the children in another part
of the building, participating in
games, crafts and a story hour.
She will have dinner with the
children, enabling parents to be
free.
While there will be many
booths of various commodities,
the main feature will be the bond
and stamp booth.
Nail That Lia
The Lie: People must oppose
Mileage Rationing or they will
be unable to get to work and
back.
The Truth: William M. Jef-
fers. Rubber Director, declares
"The entire purpose of Mileage
Rationing is to insure that people
will get to work and back, not
just this month and next, but in
the months to come Every
ciizen can get enough gasoline
for essential driving. But there
we have to stop. Nonessential
driving is one of the luxuries all
The War Department is asking
radio and photographic amateurs
to sell their shortwave communi-
cation and motion picture equip-
ment to the Army Signal Corps.
Wanted are shortwave radio
transmitting sets ranging from 25
to 450 watts and corresponding
receivers; also capacitators, re-
sistors, and installation material;
especially needed are audio-fre-
quency and radio-frequency sig-
nal generators and oscilloscopes,
precision AC and DC voltmeters,
ammeters, miliameters and other
equipment for testing. In mo-
tion picture equipment, the Army
wants high speed cameras, pro
jectors, sound equipment, print-
ers and film examining machines
for 16 and 35 mm. motion picture
films.
Ration banking grocers are re-
minded that ration certificates
should be signed by the person to
whom they are issued. Tellers
won't accept certificates signed
of us will have to give up for the by any other person.
-------- Druggists in the state have been
The North African expedition: asked to contribute all surplus
carried more than 700,000 differ-1 qUinine or opened packages to a
ent items of equipment, including | National Quinine Pool. These
bridges an locomotives. From' stocks of quinine and other cin-
now on, in weight, far more thanj chona alkaloids will be used by
half of the supplies that go to the Army and Navy overseas.
North Africa will consist of fuel
oil and lubricants. That means
tankers, and less chance than ev-
er for more gasoline on the East
Coast for automobile driving.
The Car Sharing plan starts
from the premise that every time
an automobile travels down the
street with an empty seat pre-
cious material, particularly rub-
ber, is being wasted. Consequent-
ly all persons are urged to form
Car Sharing Clubs, whether they
are entitled to "B" or "C" books
or not.
Domestic labor supplies avail-
able in Florida and surrounding
states must be used effectively
before labor can be imported from
a foreign source, says Paul V.
McNutt, WMC chairman. The
U. S. Employment Service is pre-
pared to recruit labor for Flor-
ida growers under government-
sponsored agreements. See your
nearest U. S. E. S.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOUS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
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For the Practice of
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Keep em rolling over the truck
routes. Truck owners are asked
to take the following precautions:
To make regular mechanical
check-ups on their trucks; 2 To
guard against overloading; 3 To
make daily inspections of their
trucks' mechanical condition and |
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*Jewlstincrkfton
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, |J
T-
jews ey ns
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
sympathy and desire "to cooper-
ate with these Jews who wish to
settle in Palestine and endorsed
"the policy of friendship and co-
operation between the Jews and
Arabs in Palestine.
seas was made by George Z. Me-
dalie. who described the present
situation in North Africa as "par-
ticularly disturbing." Deploring
the fact that the civil rights of
Jews in Morocco. Algeria and
Tunisia have not as yet been re-
stored. Mr. Medalie characterized
as "amazing" the statement by
General Giraud that the Jewish
question was an internal one in
which the world as a whole has
no interest.
"We recognize that there are
i now more than half a million
Jews in Palestine who have built
up a sound and flourishing eco- \
i nomic life and a satisfying spirit-
ual and cultural life, and who!
Judge Joseph M. Proskauer of, now constitute substantially one-
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of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be
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New York was elected president
of the committee, succeeding
Maurice Wertheim. who was un-
able to accept re-election because
of the pressure of official govern-
ment duties in Washington.
Judge Proskauer declared that he
had accepted the presidency of
the committee "on the basis ot
the above statement of princi-
ples."
Statesmanship has always
used compromises to effect im-
mediate and worthy ends." J
Proskauer said "I therefore took
the position, in which my col-
leagues acquiesced, thai we
should draw a declaration that
would chart an immediate course
of conduct for all members of the
American Jewish Committe< .
which is made up of both Zi i
ists and anti-Zionists."
Jacob Blaustein was elei
chairman of the mit-
tee and Alan M Stroock, chair-
man of the administrative com-
mittee. Ira Younker was named
treasurer and N M. Ohrbach b -
sistant treasurer. Lessing J. Ro
enwald and Curl J. Austrian wen
reelected vice presidents. New
vice presidents elected are James
H. Becker. Chicago; Monte Le-
mann, New Orleans; Jesse H
Steinhart, San Francisco, and
Victor S. Riesenfeld, New York.
Reviewing the activities ol the
committee during the past year.
Mr. Wertheim said that one ol the
most important oi these activi-
ies was "the discussion with Zi-
onist leaders to formulate a pro-
gram for closer coll m in
dealing with Jewish problems
created by the v. ii Europe and
in dealing with Palestine." ".
discussions, he added, led to the
preparation of the statement of
principles.
A report on the situation of
Jews in various countries over-
PAL
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LEGAL NOTICES
Notice given i h..
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I third of the population, and that
| while this Palestinian immigra-
tion has been a blessed ameliora-
; tion of the condition of this
. large number of Jews, and has
helped to bring about a great
development of the country it-
self, settlement in Palestine al-
though an important factor, can-
not alone furnish and should
not be expected to furnish the
solution ei the problem of post-
war Jewish rehabilitation.
"We affirm our deep sympathy
with and our desire to cooper-
ate with those Jews who wish
to settle in Palestine. With re-
I to the g< >v< rnment of
Palestine, we recognize wale di-
ol 'i inion and that
under existing conditions "
should be i
this time as to the pi r-
nt political structure which
shall obtain thi re. Since we
.hold thai m thi United SI I
as in all othi r countrii s .lews.
like all othi rs of theii
are nationals ol those nations
and of no other, there can be
no political identification of
outside ol Palestine with
whatever government may there
. tituted.
"We endorse the policy of
friendship and cooperation be-
tween Jews and Arabs in Pales-
tine and urge that every pos-
sible avenue be followed to es-
good will and active col-
ration etweei thi m.
"We appr i : r Palestine an
international tru I hip n spon-
sible to thi I Nations for
the following ,, To
lard thi Ji wish settlement
: J' wish ition into
and to guarantee ade-
quat --ope tor future growth
lopment to the full ex-
i conomic i orptive
city of the country; b) To
guard and protect the funda-
tants;
To lard and piot t thi
all faitl d) To
tii" country t i
' within an p< rio I

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sou.- of P"loi Ida
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thereon on the 24th day of February,
A I > 1943
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London (WNS)Shortly after
the British Eighth Army entered
Tripoli, driving the last Nazi
troops out of Libya, British mili-
tary authorities abolished the
special ghetto in which Tripoli's
16.000 Jews has been confined
since Nazi Marshal Rommel as-
sumed command of the Axis
forces in Libya, it was reported
III Pl this week.
Upon orders from the British
occupation forces. ;i barbed-wire
fence, which had encircled the
section of the city inhabited by
Jews, was tmn down and the
Jews were perm it t< d to mingle
freely with the rest of the pop-
ulation in all parts of Tripoli.
The reports said that the Jews
of Tripoli danced in the streets
and hailed the British soldiers
as their liberators
As a symbol of its gratitude
for the destruction of the Axis*
J erected ghetto, the Jewish com-
munity of Tripoli sent to Gen
Bernard Montgomery, comman-
der Of the British forces, a gold
embroidered curtain, estimated
to be 600 years old, which had
huriK for centuries on the Ark
of the Law in one of Tripoli's
oldest synagogues.
Earlier in the week mass fu-
neral services were held for the
163 Tripoli Jews, including the
i head of the Jewish community,
who wire executed by Nazi fir-
ing squads the night before the
British entered the city. The re-
ports -.ml thai a night of ter-
ror reigned in the Jewish ghetto
th British arrived, with
troops conducting a house-
to-house for prominent Jews.
Thi windows of Jewish homes
smashed and all Jewish
shops and homes wi re looted by
the retreating Axis tore.
"tin .' .'. h community
rticipated in thi lasl sen
victin Many .1
Briti h Eighth
The bo
'-''' xecuted Jews were
grave, while
offered to the Al-
:hl-v '"' pn .. nt similar
Jewish
trage
'omnium
ties.
A,': "" > todi monstratethat
' :' unwilling pan
. ;<' anti-Jewish atrocl
"ai mayor of Tripoli
' a : a pecial fund of
' the widows and
' '' announced also that
d contribute
wards a fund for
' ens tO feed
by the
YOU SHOULD BECOME ONE
OF THE 100TH ANNIERSARY
B'NAI B'RITH CLASS-
B
10,000
childn :,
leaders
the city
5.000 lire to-
emergency food
Jews robbed of
" I" Sei mns
Nazis.
On the ba .
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' J 'i isfortune.
" ,J"";:,,l!" ;' National Jewish
magazine furnishes its
members with genuine plea
by giving them news ol fraternal
- activities articles ,,1 current in-
t and non-fiction of fine lit-
erary attainment
I j*" it urges each local
lodge to assist the community to
be the center for good and noble
, deeds whereby the rich in fra-
I l'irnf JPWJ help the poor in one-
great brotherhood.
reports re-
was estimated
""" than 700 Tripoli Jews
tecuted during the Nazi
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PAGE SEVEN
MTEIT MIKES
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p
o date George Wolpert, chair-
man of Recreational Equipment
Committee, Greater Miami Army
and Navy Committee of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, re-
ported that his committee has
succeeded in completely furnish-
ing seven recreation rooms for
the Army at Miami Beach, one
for the Air Force at Homestead,
Fla., and one at Perrine, Fla.
The committee in charge of
the procurement of this furni-
ture and equipment is composed
of Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Bessie
Shaffer, Mrs. Murray Koven,
Morris Grossman, Joe Berman
and George Wolpert, chairman.
In view of the continued ex-
pansion of military areas in this
region and the growing demand
for furniture and recreational
equipment needed in additional
designated as a permanent one
which will continue to collect
and distribute furnishings for
these rooms for the duration.
Right now, there is greater
need than ever before for sofas,
tables, chairs, games, books, etc.,
for these men. Even the Waacs
have urgently requested our help
recreation rooms being set aside
for the men in the military ser-
vices, this committee has been
in obtaining rugs and ping-pong
tables.
In appreciation for the fur-
nishings obtained for the Home-
stead Air Transport Command,
Capt. Raymond H. Martin, Spe-
cial Service Officer, invited
George Wolpert as his guest to
attend an army show given in
Homestead at which Harry Rich-
mond was the star entertainer.
This entire project (of furnish-
ing soldier's day rooms) is be-
ing conducted under the super-
vision of Alfred L. Baron, Field
Director of the American Red
Cross at Miami Beach, Fla.
Anyone having anything which
may be of use in these recrea-
tion rooms is urged to phone
George Wolpert, 3-4132 and their
contribution will be picked up
promptly. Most urgently needec
are ping-pong tables and other
games, pianos, radios, rugs,
chairs, smoke stands, lamps, card
tables, etc.
SOLICITATIONS
"Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman is
doing a masterful piece of work,"
said Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of the 1943 forthcoming Federa-
tion Drive, in discussing the for-
mation and progress of the
Speakers' Division of the cam-
paign. Rabbi Zwitman was
named to head this division by
the Planning Committee when it
mapped the program of the drive
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JEWISH FLORIDLAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
nq
nfc
B
B'nai B'rith was host to Ser-
vice Men of the area at a dance
last week. Mrs. Sherrel was hos-
tess at the regular card party of
the Beth El Sisterhood last week.
Chaplain Cunningham ad-
dressed a capacity audience at
the Beth El Temple last Friday
evening.
Mrs. S. Robinson and children
Of Chicago left for their home
Friday after spending five weeks
as the guest of her mother. Mrs.
S. Gallick
M. Sheir. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Sheir, 726 Flamingo drive.
arrived Saturday to spend his
winter vacation.
Charles Gallick is here from
Chicago visiting his mother, Mrs.
Gallick and his brother-in-
law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Al-
bert Gammot of Pahokee.
Miss Gisela Warburg, New
York, National Hadassah Youth
Aliyah chairman, who is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Felix W. Warburg,
Garden Rd., Palm Beach, will be
speaker at a meeting of the
Hadassah Youth Aliyah Commit-
tee and others interested at the
Mayflower hotel. Palm Beach, at
9 o'clock Sunday night.
Miss Warburg will discuss the
rescue of thousands of children
between the ages of two and 17
years from the war stricken
countries of Europe and Pales-
tine, and of the new hope
and freedom they have found,
through the efforts of the Youth
Aliyah.
The committee on arrange-
ments for the meeting includes
Mrs. Harris H. Uris, Mrs. A. A.
Silbcrberg, Mrs. Louis Frankel,
Mrs. Irving Dorfman, Mrs. D.
Ettinger and Mrs. Sol Rubin.
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Writing Fir* and all Kindred Line* of kururaac*
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stated. "In other words, short
, and to the point."
Careful selection of speakers
. were made and the roster in-
; eludes Chaplain Camilus Angel,
I Albert B. Bernstein, Mrs. George
Chertkof, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Louis Heiman, Morris Klass, Mrs.
Benjamin Myers, Stanley C. My-
ers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, E.
Albert Pallot, Mrs. Milton S. Sas-
law, Mrs. Monte Selig and Rabbi
Max Shapiro. These committee
members are now attending
training classes that they may be
familiar with their subject in its
entirety.
Rabbi Zwitman has been spirit-
ual leader of Miami's Reform
Temple, Temple Israel, for the
past seven years. Included in his
innumerable civic, religious and
communal activities, both local
and national are his participa-
tion for the third consecutive
' year as a member of the Round
[Table Trio broadcasting weekly
under the sponsorship of the Na-
] tional Conference Christians and
Jews; a member of the Publica-
tions Committee of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis;
National vice president of the
Rabbinical Association of the
Jewish Institute of Religion.
*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^**
tin 43
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
under the direction of Ben
Bronston, president of Federa-
tion and the campaign chairman.
Rabbi Zwitman in his plans
for the the division he heads is
determined to make Greater
Miami Federation Conscious and
Federation Understanding. Every
organization in this area will
have representatives of the
speakers bureau appear before it
with Federation's message. Brev-
ity but thoroughness will be the
keynote of these talks, the Rabbi
GIVE TO THE
WAR CHEST!
FEBRUARY 1-9
L t\JkJ\S\J\*****m'm*m~i* < -*^ a a a a a 1,
CHAIRMAN NOTES
[
FOR MEMBERSHIP
E. Albert Pallot, chairman of
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge One
Hundredth Anniversary Mem-
bership campaign, this week re-
ported progress in his effort to
secure a minimum of one hun-
dred additional members for the
lodge.
The initiation and inaugura-
tion of the class Is scheduled for
Feb. 22 to be followed by a ban-
quet at a future date for sponsor
of new members who will be
guests of the lodge.
The chairman issued a mani-
festo, serving to inform all work-
ers and the community about
the B'nai B'rith, titled "Why
Membership in B'nai B'rith." It
is reported below:
Because it is a world wide
fraternal organization with mem-
bership of American gentlemen
from every prominent city and
town in our country.
Because its iiopes are: to
quicken the spirit of American
patriotism, to inculcate the prin-
ciples of charity, justice and
brotherly love, and to promote
the welfare and enhance the
happiness of its members.
Because it teaches its members
of different political faiths, the
value of American citizenship
and love of the Stars and Stripes.
Because it furnishes the oppor-
tunity of good fellowship with
200.000 good American citizens
in approximately 1,400 lodges
throughout the United States.
Because it is a world wide
order with Supreme Lodges, Dis-
trict Grand Lodges, State Fed-
erations and Local Lodges, all
actively cooperating, a powerful
' medium for group expression of
Americanism, tolerance, brother-
hood and charity.
More than ever before Amer-
ica needs B'nai B'rith.
Be one of the honor roll mem-
bers who bring in a new mem-
;ber. Sholem Lodge must have
ione hundred members before
Feb. 22.
JEWISH WORKERS AND FIGHTERS MARCHING TO VICTORY WITH AID
OF UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL THROUGH U. J. A.
A stirring example of the all-out war
effort of the Jew* in Palestine is the Weiss
family of Tel Aviv (Je/O of whom,
father, mother, son and daughter are in
the armed forces, helping to defend the
vital Middle Eastern front. Below are a
company of the newly-formed Palestine
Jewish infantry battalion on the march and
a group of Jewish farmers marching to the
fields which, through their intensive efforts,
are yielding- ever-increasing harvests to
feed the growing army of fighters and in-
dustrial workers. The total war effort of
the Jewish homeland in Palestine is fos-
tered by the United Palestine Appeal which
derives it funds from the United Jewish
Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and
Palestine, the single fund-raising agency
for the United Palestine Appeal, joint Dis-
tribution Committee and National Refugee
Service.


PAGE EIGHT
+Jewlshrk)rMton_
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
Bv PAUL WEITZMAN
ning, 8:15 o'clock at Beth David
Talmud Torah, 135 N. W. Third
Avenue. Miami. Regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge, No. 1024.
Harold Cohen. Regional Direc-
tor for Florida of the A.D.L.,
and former editor of the Jack-1 I
sonville Journal, will be the
principal speaker at this meet-
ing.
The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
mittee work, and is assisting
Piter Bergson. political director
of the Committee in Washington.
A new Jabotinsky generation is
on its way The proud par-
ents-to-be are the Eri Jabot-
inskys (he's the only son of the
late Revisionist leader) There
(continue* fhm paoe 4> wont jH. any egg shortage this
------ year if Sophie Tucker, mamma
taken by Efrem Kurt/, the bai- ^f ^ ^ t9d-h0t mammas, can
let conductor, Danton Walker re- ^ ^ Sophie's got scouts
ports Congratulations to Hie- ,ooki for a nicc poultry farm
odore Granik, director of radios {^ h^ ;md wlu,n she gl,ts lt
Tidbits from Ev-arywhara
sifiiciiy cofflDflimi
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Important Community Event
February 7. 1943, Sunday eve-
Girls will present a program that
will include an introduction by,
Edith Cohen, President, a vocal "American Forum of the AIT. i^ ^ ;il)0Ut st.uing htT get-
solo by Judith Nelson, piano M- on the honorary DpCto r iw | hj>ns with hor usual cm.rgy.
lections by Edith Shulman and degree he just received fromJ|It.a gt,Uing so that horse-drawn
by Muriel Costa ap- alma mater. St Johns 1
a reading
o'clock, at Temple propriate to commemorate the sity ... And a hearty mazeltov
ning, 8:00
Israel. 137 N. E. 19th Street. birthday of Abraham Lincoln.
Miami. Address by Marvin Low- t1h, junjor B'nai B'nth Girls
enthal, author, traveller, and h;lV(, Mrs Carl Weinkle as their
publicist of renown on "The; Advisor this year.
Price .'i the Coming Peace." ;TallahaMee To Hear Lowenthal
Much has been written and; ^.^.m LoWl,nthal wiU deHver
about
to Rabbi Baruch E. Rabinowitz,
who just married charming Fran-
ces Hilda Kaufman of Brooklyn.
Rabbi Rabinowitz has dedicated
himself to Jewish Army Coin-
ward Friedman; Finance. Joseph
George
vehicles attract practically no at-
tain on the boulevards of Man-
hattan, and ere long we'll learn
the difference between a hansom
and a landau Among recent
visitors to view New York
through the windows of a horse-
powered carriage were Bernard
M. Baruch and Ben Cohen.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, J
y. M.TTX
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
!-
field for his keen wit sense of
humor and ip Too often
sound intellectual learning is as-
sociated with dry uninteresting
delivery but what has mostly
impressed his audiences, and
they have included many learned
men and women, orators in their
own right, is his ability to keep
his audiences interested thn i
out by his delightful tyli
I resenting hi it rial.
There is no implication being!
, taki place < a e that the speaker is being
Fred
Shoeket: Refreshment.
ege for Women, was mstru- g^^, ^^ H,.S(lklll(,ns, Al-
Paul
mental in enlisting the support Q Reftj
and sponsorship of the College g.^ .md VlsltlnR, Erm,st
officials for the appearance <>t B........... __....... i........, u.\.i,i
Mr Lowenthal.
Send-Off Party
Sholem Lodge, in cooperation
with the Greater Miami Army
: Navj Committee, will stage
ot another si nd-off party for the
5 on their way to camp and
military service. The cerenv i
presented for your amusement. |
Mr. Lowenthal exudes substance
for thought and edification and
the happy faculty of trans-
mitting id' as to his listeners.
There will be no admission
, a. m. at
Handstand.
ruary 15th, 1943, at
the Bayfront Park
Y u will recall that B'nai B'nth
was complimented on the mag-
nitud magnificence of its
last send-Off party, and is sure
to repeat. New plans provide a
charge and Bnai Brith in Miami : mi.lhod o( prc,.duri.
invites all us friendsto attend and ,..,,,,. inst(.;id o( nvt ;il
Installation of Officer. departure terminals, eere-
Sholem Lodge-Ladies Auxiliary monies .|n. n(,w conducU.d al
After the address by Mr. Low- Bayfront Park, which avoids a
enthal. officers of Sholem Lodfic lot of the confusion which nat-
and the Ladies Auxiliary who urally attends railroad and bus
have been elected for the year
1943 will be installed with brief 1943 Committee Chairmen
ceremonies. Members of B'nai p: h n 1 has
Bn,l Pel ru- ann( ..;. tment of
ary rth, and bring their trie: mmittees
Meeting of Sholem Lodge ;i,. v,.ar ,943 aa f0n0ws:
February 9. 1943. Tuesday eve- An ricai..... M iric. Gross-
man; Arbitration. Rabbi Max
Shapiro: A.D.L. Han j Simon-
hoff; A Z.A. Alex S Cohei
B Bank, Dr. All icanderl
Kushner; B'nai B'rith N(
Weitzman; Defense Activi- 1
' Le A Chaikin; Jew
EI ridian Column. Paul Weitz-
Constitution and By-Laws,
Max Silver; Entertainment, Ed-
Sussman, for Miami. Ignatz Wohl
for Miami Beach: Student Union.
Philip A. Neuwirth; Vocational
Guidance, Joseph A. Berman.
Anniversary Membership
Campaign
E Albert Pallot. general chair-j
man of the One Hundredth An-
niversary Membership Drive, has
announced the formation of a
committee which includes as in-
Men all past presidents of
Sholem Lodge; honorary chair-
menship held by Rabbis of
Greater Miami, all officers of
Sholem Lodge, and a Committee
of One Hundred. Everyone is
active, to introduce into B'nai
B'nth the largest number of can-
didates ever gathered into one!
group. Plans call for an appro-
priate celebration and initiation
on Washington's birthday. Feb-
ruary 22nd. when the drive ends.
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As required by Section 12. Chapter 5596 of the Acts of 1907. I, or ore of
my deputies shall be at the following places on the dates set opposite
each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the year 1943:
Ojus ................... Feb. 16. 19*3 900 A.M. School House
N. Miami Beach ..........Feb. 16. 1943 10:00 A.M. Town Hall
Uleta ....................Feb. 1b, 1943 11:00 A.M. Post Office
North Miami.........Feb 16, 1943 1:00 P.M. Town Hall
Biscayne Park Feb. 16. 1943 2:00 P.M. Town Hall
Miami chores Village Feb 16. 1943 300.P.M. Town Hall
Little River .......... Feb. 1 b. 1943 4:00P.M. Penlons Service
Station. 7852 N.
E 2nd Ave.
H'-Heari ................ Feb. 17. 1943 9:00 A.M. City Hall
Miami Springs Feb. 17. 1943 10:00 A.M. First State Bank
9W-Uf*J ......... Feb. 17. 1943 11:00 A.M. Town Hall
N. W. 7th Ave and 95th St Feb. 17. 1*43 100PM w E. Peach Real
-. ._ Estate Office
Golden Beach.......... Feb. 17. 1943 2:00 P.M. Golden Beac*
S"rn' ....... Feb. 17. 1943 3.00 P.M. S^nny'"ties
Alla'"t,ah Feb. I". 1943 10:00 A M. And'rew Jackson
L,m0n C,ty ..... Feb. 1~. 1943 11.00 A.M. Miami Ed.son
H W Mra *,' XS S?f I" !* \l- :00A.M. Co'rner Supply
N. W. 62nd St. and 18th Ave.. Feb. 17. 1943 10:00 A.M. Holly. Iev,c.
3240 N W. 27,h Ave. ... Feb. 1 7. 1943 11 00 A M. gJSm Proper.
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Red Road and Tamm, Trail. Feb. 18. 1943 11:00A.M. ^,dP Cat Ph.r.
^ILIMI 9:00 A.M. fig Grocery
Coral Gables c,h ,. .... .. -_ Store
00 Tamiam, Tra & \{ ^ ffSlft M'.ggJXp,
2336 S W 32-d Ave Feb, 8. ,. gg^
Coconut Grova t Store
South Miami Feb 18.1943 2.00 P.M. City Hall
Kendall Feb. 18. 1943 9:00A.M. Town Hal,
'"-18. 1943 10 00 A.M. D. b" S^ ,uk.
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also wish ti
Respectfully.
I N. LUMMUS. m
Awe.sor .f Tusf* D,d, Cov
unty. Florida.
Jewish Youth. Council Forms-
t the "Y"
A Jewish Youth Council, cunj
prising representatives of'eyJ
Jewish youth organization in 2^
ami and Miami Beach, ,J
formed at the "Y" last Sund,
morning by Maurice Grossm*
executive director. The prmyp
purpose of this Youth Couiy.
will be to coordinate programs-
activities among the various Jrt
ish youth organizations in ^
Greater Miami area and to aa?
the Federation in its annual dr.*
for funds. Mr. Grossman stress
the fact that the youth show-
assume a certain amount of ft
sponsibility in the communp
and that the Federation feels Uj
they are an essential part oft,
community. A temporary ccc
mittee was formed and Man.
Goldman was elected temporp
chairman, and Evelyn Gold tec
porary secretary. To aid t
Youth C'uuncil in its work, it in
decided to Lake a census of |
Ji wish youth of Great" i M.r
and Bernice Badanis wai
ed temporary chairman of \u
committee Robert Shandloff c
George Bernstein were appu.r.i
chairmen of i eommitti
tact the various youth erui^i
The next meeting will Lx
the "Y" on Sunday
February 14 at 11 o'clock.
ish youth organizations COOfQ
niu hoys and Rirls over the >
of 14 yean are urged to i
Icate with Mr. Grossman andt
range fur representation at j
next meeting. Leonard Cent
was appointed temporary cu.
man of publicity. Others $n
ent at the meeting were: Leuni
Oxenberg, Paul Silverman. f
Berman. Theresa Cohen A
Schwartz and Muriel AusJia#
Cub Pack
As previously Stated -" lnel,s|
columns, a Cub Pack was onttfr
Lied at the Y. M. H. A Ttt
purpose of this Cub Pack u s
arrange a program for boys 9.'J
and 1: years of age. Last Hoc-
day, the third of a series of th
lectures was given to the part:?
for instructions in programrr.4
for the boys The following oil
Cera were elected: Sylvan W*
stein, Cub Master; H. M. Morr
assistant Cub Master; L. H Zc
mon, chairman. Cub Pack coc-
mittee. assisted by A. KanneraXt
Lea Ackerman. Mrs. F. Friedrni-'
and Mrs A. Kanner wen- ap-
pointed Den Mothers, with V*
following assistants: Mrs *
Weiner, Mrs. B. S. Abrahar-
Mrs I. H Zimmon and Mrs Aw
Belfor
Two Cub Dens have been or-
1 Parents of boys 9. ''
and 11 years of age who desire'':
enter their children in this Cu:
Pack are requested to conimur..- ''
cate with Mr. Grossman.
Beginnira' First Aid Class to
Start at "Y"
A new standard course for be- j
ginners in First Aid will start t
the "Y" next Monday evenmi 1
February 8 at 8 o'clock in *
gymnasium. These classes w1-
be held regularly every Monda*
and Thursday evening and "
under the auspices of the Dd*
County Defense Council.
Girl Scouts
The Girl Scout Troop 23 of tw
v M H A announces that it
now a S*-nior Troop. GirU M
jrean of age and over are askec
to join Meetings are held evefT
Monday. If interested, regist* |
with Mr Grossman at the "Y."
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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlshrk)rMton_ B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Bv PAUL WEITZMAN ning, 8:15 o'clock at Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 N. W. Third Avenue. Miami. Regular meeting of Sholem Lodge, No. 1024. Harold Cohen. Regional Director for Florida of the A.D.L., and former editor of the Jack-1 I sonville Journal, will be the principal speaker at this meeting. The Miami Beach B'nai B'rith mittee work, and is assisting Piter Bergson. political director of the Committee in Washington. A new Jabotinsky generation is on its way The proud parents-to-be are the Eri Jabotinskys (he's the only son of the late Revisionist leader) There (CONTINUE* FHM PAOE 4> won t j H an y egg shortage this year if Sophie Tucker, mamma taken by Efrem Kurt/, the bai^ f ^ ^ t9d-h0t mammas, can let conductor, Danton Walker re^ ^ Sophie's got scouts ports Congratulations to Hie, ooki for a nicc poultry farm odore Granik, director of radios { ^ h ^ ;md wlu n she gl ts lt Tidbits from Ev-arywhara sifiiciiy cofflDflimi By PHINEAS J. BIRON Important Community Event February 7. 1943, Sunday eveGirls will present a program that will include an introduction by, Edith Cohen, President, a vocal "American Forum of the AIT. i^ ^ ;il)0Ut st uing htT getsolo by Judith Nelson, piano Mon the honorary DpCto r iw | hj>ns with hor usual cm r gy. lections by Edith Shulman and degree he just received fromJ| It a gt Uing so that horse-drawn by Muriel Costa apalma mater. St Johns 1 a reading o'clock, at Temple pro priate to commemorate the sity ... And a hearty mazeltov ning, 8:00 Israel. 137 N. E. 19th Street. birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Miami. Address by Marvin LowT1H j un j or B'nai B'nth Girls enthal, author, traveller, and h;lV( Mrs Carl Weinkle as their publicist of renown on "The; Advisor this year. Price .'i the Coming Peace." ; T allahaMee To Hear Lowenthal Much has been written and; ^.^. m LoWl nthal wiU de Hver about to Rabbi Baruch E. Rabinowitz, who just married charming Frances Hilda Kaufman of Brooklyn. Rabbi Rabinowitz has dedicated himself to Jewish Army Coinward Friedman; Finance. Joseph George vehicles attract practically no attain on the boulevards of Manhattan, and ere long we'll learn the difference between a hansom and a landau Among recent visitors to view New York through the windows of a horsepowered carriage were Bernard M. Baruch and Ben Cohen. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, J Y. M.TTX NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ !•field for his keen wit sense of humor and ip Too often sound intellectual learning is associated with dry uninteresting delivery but what has mostly impressed his audiences, and they have included many learned men and women, orators in their own right, is his ability to keep his audiences interested thn i out by his delightful tyli I resenting hi it rial. There is no implication being! taki place <t B __. i ., u.\.i,i Mr Lowenthal. Send-Off Party Sholem Lodge, in cooperation with the Greater Miami Army : Navj Committee, will stage ot another si nd-off party for the 5 on their way to camp and military service. The cerenv i presented for your amusement. | Mr. Lowenthal exudes substance for thought and edification and the happy faculty of transmitting id' as to his listeners. There will be no admission a. m. at Handstand. ruary 15th, 1943, at the Bayfront Park Y u will recall that B'nai B'nth was complimented on the magnitud magnificence of its last send-Off party, and is sure to repeat. New plans provide a charge and Bnai Brith in Miami : mi lhod o( pr „ c ,. duri invites all us friendsto attend and ,..,,,,. inst( ;id o( n „ vt ;il Installation of Officer. departure terminals, eereSholem Lodge-Ladies Auxiliary monies |n n( w conducU d al After the address by Mr. LowBayfront Park, which avoids a enthal. officers of Sholem Lodfic lot of the confusion which natand the Ladies Auxiliary who urally attends railroad and bus have been elected for the year • 1943 will be installed with brief 1943 Committee Chairmen ceremonies. Members of B'nai p : H n 1 has Bn, l Pel ruann( ..;. tment of ary rth, and bring their trie: mmittees Meeting of Sholem Lodge ;i ,. v ,. ar ,943 aa f 0 n 0 ws: February 9. 1943. Tuesd ay eveAn ricai M iric. Grossman; Arbitration. Rabbi Max Shapiro: A.D.L. Han j Simonhoff; A Z.A Alex S Cohei B Bank, Dr. All icanderl Kushner; B'nai B'rith N( Weitzman; Defense Activi1 Le A Chaikin; Jew EI ridian Column. Paul WeitzConstitution and By-Laws, Max Silver; Entertainment, EdSussman, for Miami. Ignatz Wohl for Miami Beach: Student Union. Philip A. Neuwirth; Vocational Guidance, Joseph A. Berman. Anniversary Membership Campaign E Albert Pallot. general chair-j man of the One Hundredth Anniversary Membership Drive, has announced the formation of a committee which includes as inMen all past presidents of Sholem Lodge; honorary chairmenship held by Rabbis of Greater Miami, all officers of Sholem Lodge, and a Committee of One Hundred. Everyone is active, to introduce into B'nai B'nth the largest number of candidates ever gathered into one! group. Plans call for an appropriate celebration and initiation on Washington's birthday. February 22nd. when the drive ends. ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St. NEW RADIOEAR We think you'll find it the kind of hearing you've dreamed about. Made by one of America's Pioneer Manufacturers 0/ Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids. Call for free booklet and hearing proof! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg.. Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Rc.il Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph. 5-5868 for SAFETY.'.. and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds h §A§E FEIEKAL of MIA;U A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid >•*• than 3*. on insured saving*. RESOURCES OVER S8.000.000 J. U. UPTON. PNrtttoot 4S NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Bay Your War Savings Bonds Here NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS As required by Section 12. Chapter 5596 of the Acts of 1907. I, or ore of my deputies shall be at the following places on the dates set opposite each for the purpose of receiving Tax Returns for the year 1943: Ojus Feb. 16. 19*3 900 A.M. School House N. Miami Beach Feb. 16. 1943 10:00 A.M. Town Hall Uleta F eb. 1b, 1943 11:00 A.M. Post Office North Miami F eb 16, 1943 1:00 P.M. Town Hall Biscayne Park Feb. 16. 1943 2:00 P.M. Town Hall Miami c hores Village Feb 16. 1943 300.P.M. Town Hall Little River Feb. 1 b. 1943 4:00P.M. Penlons Service Station. 7852 N. E 2nd Ave. H'-Heari Feb. 17. 1943 9:00 A.M. City Hall Miami Springs Feb. 17. 1943 10:00 A.M. First State Bank 9W-Uf*J Feb. 17. 1943 11:00 A.M. Town Hall N. W. 7th Ave and 95th St Feb. 17. 1*43 100PM w E. Peach Real % %  •. ._ Estate Office Golden Beach Feb. 17. 1943 2:00 P.M. Golden Beac* S rn '••• Feb. 17. 1943 3.00 P.M. S^nny'"ties Alla '" t,ah %  Feb. I". 1943 10:00 A M. And'rew Jackson L,m0n C,ty Feb. 1~. 1943 11.00 A.M. Miami Ed.son H W Mra *,' XS S?f I !" £!* %  \l• :00A.M. Co'rner Supply N. W. 62n d St. and 18th Ave.. Feb. 17. 1943 10:00 A.M. Holly. Iev, c 3240 N W. 27,h Ave. ... Feb. 1 7. 1943 11 00 A M. gJSm Proper. Su'r,, M d, BEACH Feb. 18. 1943 100 P.M. $$ SET WTw/wii :&%!38::S: g,i£ lM ?~fi* \AJ CI,,I.. .. Station aa-aw& ::.tn;ntt: tssssn^ Red Road and Tam„m, Trail. Feb. 18. 1943 11:00A.M. ^, d P Cat Ph.r. ^ILIMI 9:00 A.M. fig Grocery Coral Gables c h ,. .... .. -_ Store 00 Tamiam, Tra„ & \{ ^ ffSlft M'.ggJXp, 2336 S W 32-d Ave Feb 8 „„ ,.„„„ gg^ Coconut Grova t Store South Miami Feb 18.1943 2.00 P.M. City Hall Kendall Feb. 18. 1943 9:00A.M. Town Hal, '" -18. 1943 10 00 A.M. D B" S^ uk —ton JlT ^ fe" '""* Red.and. F b %  10 00 A.M. P7.V Grocery Florida Citv Feb. 19. 1943 11) A M w n !" ._. I Homestead" / %  '•• '• ':00 PM ? 0 !" n H'.„ C Ub MIAMI Feb 19. 1943 2 00 PM. CtyHa|t Vk J n 2. t3 9:00 AM **">'"•" TnrouanAp, f. tM, 5:*3 J.'S; 5, 3 5 „ C .ur, 'Sat. 9:00 A. M.-12 Noor) Mou also wish ti Respectfully. I N. LUMMUS. m Awe.sor .f Tusf* D d Cov unty. Florida. Jewish Youth. Council Forms•t the "Y" A Jewish Youth Council, cunj prising representatives of'eyJ Jewish youth organization in 2^ ami and Miami Beach, ,J formed at the "Y" last Sund, morning by Maurice Grossm* executive director. The prmyp purpose of this Youth Couiy. will be to coordinate programsactivities among the various J rt ish youth organizations in ^ Greater Miami area and to aa? the Federation in its annual dr.* for funds. Mr. Grossman stress the fact that the youth showassume a certain amount of ft sponsibility in the communp and that the Federation feels Uj they are an essential part oft, community. A temporary ccc mittee was formed and Man. Goldman was elected temporp chairman, and Evelyn Gold tec porary secretary. To aid t Youth C'uuncil in its work, it in decided to Lake a census of | Ji wish youth of Great" i M.r and Bernice Badanis wai ed temporary chairman of \u committee Robert Shandloff c George Bernstein were appu.r.i chairmen of i eommitti • tact the various youth erui^i The next meeting will Lx the "Y" on Sunday • February 14 at 11 o'clock. .• • ish youth organizations COOfQ niu hoys and Rirls over the > of 14 yean are urged to i Icate with Mr. Grossman andt range fur representation at j next meeting. Leonard Cent was appointed temporary cu. man of publicity. Others $n ent at the meeting were: Leuni Oxenberg, Paul Silverman. f Berman. Theresa Cohen A Schwartz and Muriel AusJia# Cub Pack As previously Stated -" lnel,s | columns, a Cub Pack was onttfr Lied at the Y. M. H. A Ttt purpose of this Cub Pack u s arrange a program for boys 9.'J and 1: years of age. Last Hocday, the third of a series of th lectures was given to the part:? for instructions in programrr.4 for the boys The following oil Cera were elected: Sylvan W* stein, Cub Master; H. M. Morr assistant Cub Master; L. H Zc mon, chairman. Cub Pack coc• mittee. assisted by A. KanneraXt Lea Ackerman. Mrs. F. Friedrni-' and Mrs A. Kanner wenappointed Den Mothers, with V* following assistants: Mrs Weiner, Mrs. B. S. AbraharMrs I. H Zimmon and Mrs Aw Belfor Two Cub Dens have been or•1 Parents of boys 9. '' and 11 years of age who desire'': enter their children in this Cu: Pack are requested to conimur..'' cate with Mr. Grossman. Beginnira' First Aid Class to Start at "Y" A new standard course for bej ginners in First Aid will start t the "Y" next Monday evenmi 1 February 8 at 8 o'clock in gymnasium. These classes w 1 be held regularly every Monda* and Thursday evening and •" under the auspices of the Dd* County Defense Council. Girl Scouts The Girl Scout Troop 23 of tw v M H A announces that it • now a S*-nior Troop. GirU M jrean of age and over are askec to join Meetings are held evefT Monday. If interested, regist* | with Mr Grossman at the "Y." —Buy War Savings Bonds R1YERMONT PARK SANITARIUM ISM M. w. rth St. ** %  nr •••t car* for chronic %ic*. eoisscext and elderly people •SS WEEKLY UP SBBaaaLars* Beautiful Oroundseaa* wmm -=r=



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wjemsti TtorkMari COMBINING TNl JeWtSt) UtnfilTy H VOLUME 16 No. 6 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS WAR CHEST DRIVE ON III FULL SWING: REPORT PROGRESS The first two report meetings of the War Chest of Dade County have been very well attended, according to Charles L. Cl.•merits, president, with 22< persons at the first session, and 3(i:i at the Wednesday luncheon. Ruth luncheons were paid for l>y the Miami Cleaaring House Association. The third luncheon on next Friday Will be by courtesy of Wometco and Paramount Theatre chains While the attendance has been good the reports are a bit slow in accumulating. Totals subscribed as of Wednesday are $83,257 on the way to the goal of $463,600. It must be acknowledged, however, that many of the most productive divisions such as War Industries and Commercial Divisions are just getting into full swing. By the end of thia week there should be a very substantial increase, pointing to final reports on next Tuesday. Friday Will be Women's Day at the luncheon, with Mrs. Bruce Macintosh presiding; music led by Dorothy Sterns Mayer; mothers of soldiers will he honored; Miss Nina McAdams. dean of girls at Miami High School will be guest speaker; reports will be by Mrs I. J. McCaffrey, chairman of the women's division. John S. Knight, as speaker Wednesday, staled, "It is tune for less talking about patriotism, and more realization that the War Chest of Dade County is the most important war work of the moment. Dade county must get under ^his campaign if it expects to hold up its head with pride among other communities of the United States which have gone over the top with their War Chest goals." Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Miami group in special finance division, exceeded his quota in his Wednesday's report. I MUSSOLINI SAID EASING UP ON ANTIJEWISH LAWS London (WNS)—Premier Mussolini was reported this week to have ordered his Fascist officials to ease the anti-Jewish laws now in effect throughout Italy. While no details were given it was said in usually well-informed circles that Mussolini has decided to soften the anti-Jewish decrees in an attempt to improve his relations with the Vatican. It was suggested also that with the complete descruction of the Italian empire, II Duce now sees the handwriting on the wall and is endeavoring to disassociate himself with Hitler's bloody antiJewish campaign. Y TO INAUGURATE LECTURE SERIES STARTING FEO. II A series of five lectures giving the history, ideals, philosophy and teachings of the Jewish Religion will begin at the Y. M. H. A. Thursday evening, February 11, at 8:15 o'clock. This series is sponsored by the Young Men's Hebrew Association in cooperation with the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami. The First Lecture will be given by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami. His lecture will be entitled, "Book of Books." He will give a proper evaluation of the Bible, the Written Law. Other lectures will be given at bi-weekly intervals by the other rabbis. This is one of the outstanding projects of the "Y" and the people will have an opportunity to learn something of their race, culture and religion by men who are outstanding in their fields. Admission is free, but registration is required. AUTHOR TO SPEAK IT OF SHOLEM LODGE Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will present a free public lecture at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Marvin Lowenthal of New York, author, historian, lecturer and foreign correspondent, will speak on "The Price of the Coming Peace. Installation ceremonies will be brief in order that full attention may be focused upon Mr. Lowenthal, author of "The Autobiagrophy of Montaigne," "A World BILL URGES GOVERNMENT TO AID EUROPEAN JEWS Washington (WNS)—Rep. Arthur G. Klein of New York introduced a bill this week calling upon the United States government to do everything in its power to aid the Jews in Nazioccupied France. The house referred the bill to its committee on foreign affairs. Expressing the "vehement protest" of the United States Congress against the systematic Nazi murder of millions of innocent Jews, Rep. Klein's bill urged the Roosevelt administration to do all in its power to save the Jews from certain death. The resolution also voiced the sympathy of the American people for the helpless Jews. 0. S. ASKED TO AID ESCAPING JEWRY OF VATICAN BROADCASTS ATTACK ON RACIAL THEORIES POST-WAR AID FOR JEWS Of NATIONS New York (WNS)—A state%  of principles asking the Unit. ^Nations and "those who %  imi' the terms of peace" fct the repatriation and rehabilitation of the millions of Jewish victims of Hitlerism and "the complete restoration and safeguarding of their equal civil and religious rights," was adopted by the American Jewish Committee at its 36th annual meeting. The meeting went on record as pledging "every effort and every sacrifice to the winning of the war, the achievement for the whole world of the Four Freedoms and the blessings of the Atlantic Charter and the establishment of a just and enduring peace." The adopted statement of prinIples affirmed the committee's (CONTINUED ON PAOK •) Geneva (WNS)—The attitude of the Vatican towards Hitler's racial theories was again demonstrated this week when the Vatican radio broadcast to the world the address delivered recently in Budapest by Justinian Cardinal Seredi of Hungary, in which the church leader demanded that Hungary protect "all who are menaced on account of their beliefs or their race." In his speech—one of the most bitter denunciations of the Nazi theories—the cardinal warned the people of Hungary that "the church will deny sacraments to those who have helped to carry off others and send them to forced labor for ideological reasons." Passed By," "The Jews of Germany: A Story of 16 Centuries," "The Memories of Glueckel of Hameln," "New York: The City Washington Knew," and Henrietta Szold—Life and Letters." Mr. Lowenthal has gained an enviable reputation and the approbation of his contemporaries. Lodge officers are: Louis Heimen, president: Milton A. Friedmen, first vice president; Walter C. Kovner, second vice president; Harold Turk, recording secretary; S. B. Miller, treasurer; Aaron Edelman. financial secretary; Burnett Roth, monitor; Maurice Cromer, warden; Ernest Sussman, guardian; Dr. Alexander Kushner, assistant monitor, and the following trustees: Isaac Levin, Leo Eisenstein, Sol S. Goldstrom, E. Albert Pallot, Carl Weinkle, and Isadore Goldstein. Auxiliary officers are: Mrs. Sam Silver, president; Mrs. S. B. Miller, first vice president; Mrs. Joseph A. Berman, recording secretary; Mrs. E. Albert Pallot. second vice president; Mrs. Albert Green, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harold Turk, financial secretary; Mrs. Jack August, treasurer; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, monitor, and the following directors: Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Louis Heiman. Mr. Frank Coret, Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, Mrs. Walter Kovner, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Benjamin Landau, Mrs. R. Levey, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. David Catsman and Mrs. S. Fleishman. All members of B'nai B'rith, their ladies and friends are invited to attend Sunday evening. TAPS WARN JEWS AGAINST PRO ALLIED ACTIVITIES New York (WNS)—Expressing its horror at the ruthless Nazi campaign to exterminate the Jewish people of occupied France, the Church Peace Union, an organization of clergymen and laymen of various religious denominations and political affiliations, adopted a resolution this week asking the United States and other free countries of the world to offer asylum to Jews who manage to escape from the Nazi terror. Calling upon all men and women in the United States to join in protest against the Nazi execution of Jews and "the ruthlessness of the deliberate program of the German government under Hitler to exterminate all the Jews in Europe," the resolution asked that all governments of the United Nations give immediate assurance that the Jews of Europe will not be left to suffer alone in this crisis but that the shedding of their blood will be avenged by the punishment of the butchers. London (WNS) — Japanese I military authorities have issued %  "stern warning" to all Jews | in the occupied Philippine islands to refrain from pro-United Nations "espionage," the Berlin radio broadcast this week. The Nazi radio said that the Japanese' had accused the Jews also of, "black-market speculation." WORLD INTERESTED IN JEWISH QUESTION SAYS PRESS London (WNS)—Sharp criticism of General Henri Giraud's statement that the Jewish question in North Africa was purely an "internal matter," was voiced this week by the London Evening Standard, which reminded the high commissioner for French Africa that one of the war aims of the United Nations is to abolish racial persecution. SPIRITUAL LEADER OF BEACR CENTER OOITS POST HEBE Dr. Samuel Bension, rabbi of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, has resigned from his position and is leaving for Washington to arrange for his return to Palestine, whence he came at the outbreak of the war. Dr. Bension is a native of the Holy Land but was educated in America. He is a graduate of Brown University, received his Doctor's degree at New York University and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He has served as the rabbi of the Cleveland Jewish Center at Cleveland, Ohio: the Jacksonville (Fla.) Jewish Center: the South Side Hebrew Congregation of Chicago and the Hebrew Institute of the Bronx. He was elected rabbi of the Congregation Jacob Joseph at Miami Beach in September. 1941. and in less than a year transformed it into the present Miami Beach Jewish Center. Dr. Bension's resignation was accepted with regret and he was presented with a purse in appreciation of the splendid services he rendered. Dr. Bension will deliver his farewell sermons on Friday, February 5th, at 8 p. m. on the subject of "What Price Liberty" and on Saturday. February 6th at 10 a. m. on the sub ject of "Autocracy. Democracy, and Mob Rule." Dr. Bension. upon his return to Palestine, will travel and write a series of articles on present day conditions there, political and otherwise. The articles will appear in The Jewish Floridian and other Anglo-Jewish publications throughout the country RABBI'S SON IN AIR CORPS. IS KILLED IN PLANE CRASH Kansas City (WNS)—Lieutenant Hyman Braver, 22-year-old son of Rabbi Judah Braver of this city, was killed in a recent plane crash, it was announced this week. Lieut. Braver was stationed with the Army Air Corps in Colorado Springs, Colo. FLORIDA LEADERS CONDEMN POLICY U. S. RELIEF WILL INSURE VICTORY. SAYS LEHMAN New York (WNS)—American relief to countries liberated by the United Nations from the Axis yoke was heralded as "a real weapon to win complete and ovelmhelming victory and to secure the peace which must folfow," by Herbert H. Lehman, director of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations, at a dinner in his honor tendered this week by the Labor Division of the American Ort Federation. Berne (W N S)—The puppet Vichy government has proclaimed Feb. 15 as the tentative deadline for the "total liquidation of the Jewish problem in France," according to reliable reports here. In response to the horrifying news from Europe about the mass extermination of the Jewish people now going-on in Hitler-dominated countries, a strong movement was initiated in Florida, as well as throughout the entire country', for a plan to stop this brual slaughter. Senator Claude Pepper and Rep. Pat Cannon of Florida, along with other leading figures of Florida, have joined with the many high-ranking representatives of public opinion and statesmen of America in a "Proclamation on the Moral Rights of the Stateless and Palestinian Jews" which condemns the present attitude of "pity alone" to the plight of the Jews in Europe and out lines a positive program of action as a solution. Honorable Claude Pepper stated: "Undoubtedly the Jewish people, the most persecuted of all. are entitled to an opportunity to bear their responsible part of the (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) % 



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>AY. FEBRUARY 5. 1943 *-Jewistifk)rtdtan PAGEFIVt MMMMM %W ^ffW Wff W*^W> VWMWWVW^^W EL1GI0US AHHDUHCEHENTS uu-_' -J i i i .r n i r iii i n' %  *+* + +u* TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. K. 19th St.. Miami IBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Ralibl KmerltuK OL.MAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi riday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi Col%  > A. Zwitman: "Permanent Values in a Changing World." Temple Israel choir, musical selections. Saturday, 11:00 a. m.—Services, Babbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 16*6 S W. Third Street. Miami SIMON APRIU Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi Simon AprU: "The Old and New Law." Congregational singing. Saturday, 9:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion ol the Week." Shalosh Sudas 5:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 711 41st Street, Miami Reach 8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi S. M. Machtei, "The World Within." Cantor Julius Rosenstein chanting. Hostesses, social hour: Mrs. B. Reimer, Mrs. S. Rabinowitz, Mrs. I. Rothman. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Service. Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Lex Talionis." Hosts at Kiddush, Mr. and Mrs. David Liebman. Adult classes—Jewish Science, Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M. Machtei, "Fear Not." Daily services morning and evening. OBITUARIES Services were conducted Tuesday for Sol Klein, 63, of 911 S. W. Second St., who died Saturday night in a Miami hospital. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel officiated. Klein came here 18 years ago from Omaha, Neb., and was a retired furniture salesman. He leaves his wife, Lena, Miami; two sons. Milton L., army, and Ellis B., Miami; two brothers, Ike and David, and a sister, Mrs. Jennie Burger, all of Omaha. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash Arc 3nl St., Miami Heswh %  OKKS MWHt'HBIiOFF. Rabbi %  XuRK'K MAMCHKS. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Moses lieaeheloff: "Thou Shalt Not Kin." Cantor Maurice Mamches, community singing. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services: Rev. Mayer Freed, National Representative Yeshiva College, the guest speaker. Early Sabbath service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion ol the Week." Adult classes—Talmud daily 5 to 6 p. m., S. Freedman conducting. "Legends of the Talmud" course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Mescheloff, week days 6:30 to 7 p. m. Bible study period. H. Gokiin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All classes in synagogue building, open to public. Daily services: Morning and evening. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rev. Kalman Shapiro, father of Rabbi Max Shapiro, guest speaker in Yiddish: "Is Peace the Answer?" Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. Cantor Louis Hayman, Beth David boys and girls choir. Liturgical selections. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz hosts at social hour, occasion, 48th wedding anniversary. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Max Shapiro: "Count Thy People." Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos 5:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. Body of Mrs. Fannie Raskin, 73, who died at her residence. 1134 S. W. Seventh St., Sunday night after a long illness, was sent to Paterson, N. J., by the Gordon Funeral Home. She came here from Paterson eight years ago. Surviving are her husband, Samuel Raskin, five daughters. Mrs. Sandra Steinberg, Mrs. Ida Marcus and Mrs. Bernice Weisman, all of Miami; Mrs. Lillian Sklar of Yonkers, N. Y., and Mrs. Anna Silverstein of Plainfield, N. J.; two sons, William Raskin, Conshohocken, Pa., and Harold Raskin of Putnam, Conn.; and 11 grandchildren. She was a member of Miami Jewish Orthodox and Beth David congregations. Your Dates With Uncle Sam Sugar: Stamp No. 10 expired Jan. 31. Stamp No. 11 good for 3 pounds, remains valid until March 15. Coffee: Coupon No. 28, good for one pound, expires on Feb. 8. Value and expiration date of next coupon, No. 25, have not been announced. Fuel Oil: Period No. 3 coupons expire Feb. 19. On Jan. 30 Period 4 coupons became valid, remain valid until April 6. Gasoline: March 21 No. 4 coupons in "A" books expire. Feb. 28, the last date for "B" and "C" motorists to have tires inspected at filling stations, garages and tire shops. March 31, deadline for "A" book holders' tire inspection. Point Rationing: Point rationtioning of canned, dried and frozen foods begins approximately March 1. Meat, about a month later. tires; 4 To ascertain the competency of all drivers hired; 5 To conserve worn parts by rebuilding and replacement whenever possible. If you don't have to go. stay home. If you have to travel by train or bus, travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The railroads transport about a million troops each month and freight movement is at an alltime high. Civilians should consider these facts when planning unnecessary trips. MONTE CARLO 10 BE HELD AT MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 5n S W. 17lh Av.nue. Miami BE PI! K RACKOVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS ORBJON. SEXTON ervices daily 8:30 a. m. and I p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and J:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting in dual capacities as rabbi and cantor, Friday evening and Saturday morning, sermonizing: "The Portion of the Week." Adult classes: Daily 5:15 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1418 BuoUd Avenue, Miami Reach I.R. SAMUKI. PENSION. Rabbi Abraham D. Wolf. Cantor Friday, 8 p. m.—Dr. Samuel Bension: "What Price Liberty." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, Center choir, musical selections. Saturday, 9 a. m. services—Dr. Bension: "Autocracy, Democracy and Mob Rule." Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft. LauderdaU, Ha %  •form Svn.-iKowu.S.rvlng HpDjrWOOd, J? !„-iu.h-r.l:il and HroWard I ""ntv BAM1-HIHAI.KV1 | A *. 0N 0 Rab %  Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m. Religious School, Sunday at 10 m. Sisterhood benefit social, open men and women. Monday 8 m. Sisterhood night. Fort Lauderlale Service Men's Center canen, Wednesday 6 to 11 p. m. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 535 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos; Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. SHAARAY TEFILA 440 F.spunola Way, Miami Beach Services: Daily and Saturday, Jacob L Andron speaking Saturday morning. Adult classes: Sunday through Thursday, 6:45 p. m. YESHIVXCENTER M Michigan Ave., Miami Poach Services: Daily 8 a. m. and Saturdays, 9 a. m. M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher 620 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginners to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs Attention Fleet Owners! IF YOU OPERATE THREE OF MORE VEHICLES IN YOUR BUSINESS. AS A FLEET OWNER YOU MUST COMPLY WITH REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICE OF DEFENSE TRANSPORTATION AND KEEP SPECIAL RECORDS. PHONE 2 114 1 FOR SPECIALLY PREPARED BLANKS AND YOUR NEEDS WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF Great enthusiasm and much friendly rivalry is being shown by members of the Monte Carlo Committee of the Y.M.H.A. and the Miami Service League. The "Y" Division, headed by Leo duration." Ackerman and Dave Willner. and the Miami Service League Division, headed by Mrs. Anne Koven, its president, are vying with each other to see who sells the most booklets. At a meeting of this committee held last Sunday morning at the "Y." the committee reported that a cocktail party to be held on Feb. 21 will begin the affair at 3 o'clock. A buffet dinner will be served at 5 o'clock and the Food Committee is preparing many delicacies for that occasion. Maurice Grossman, executive director, calls special attention to the fact that parents need not worry about leaving their children home or about not having a maid. Special arrangements have been made to take care of the children by Miss Dorothy Lightman of the Arts and Crafts Department of the Y.M.H.A. While the parents are enjoying themselves, Miss Lightman will have the children in another part of the building, participating in games, crafts and a story hour. She will have dinner with the children, enabling parents to be free. While there will be many booths of various commodities, the main feature will be the bond and stamp booth. Nail That Lia The Lie: People must oppose Mileage Rationing or they will be unable to get to work and back. The Truth: William M. Jeffers. Rubber Director, declares "The entire purpose of Mileage Rationing is to insure that people will get to work and back, not just this month and next, but in the months to come Every ciizen can get enough gasoline for essential driving. But there we have to stop. Nonessential driving is one of the luxuries all The War Department is asking radio and photographic amateurs to sell their shortwave communication and motion picture equipment to the Army Signal Corps. Wanted are shortwave radio transmitting sets ranging from 25 to 450 watts and corresponding receivers; also capacitators, resistors, and installation material; especially needed are audio-frequency and radio-frequency signal generators and oscilloscopes, precision AC and DC voltmeters, ammeters, miliameters and other equipment for testing. In motion picture equipment, the Army wants high speed cameras, pro jectors, sound equipment, printers and film examining machines for 16 and 35 mm. motion picture films. Ration banking grocers are reminded that ration certificates should be signed by the person to whom they are issued. Tellers won't accept certificates signed of us will have to give up for the by any other person. Druggists in the state have been The North African expedition: as ked to contribute all surplus carried more than 700,000 differ-1 qU inine or opened packages to a ent items of equipment, including | National Quinine Pool. These bridges an locomotives. From' stocks of quinine and other cinnow on, in weight, far more thanj c hona alkaloids will be used by half of the supplies that go to the Army and Navy overseas. North Africa will consist of fuel oil and lubricants. That means tankers, and less chance than ever for more gasoline on the East Coast for automobile driving. The Car Sharing plan starts from the premise that every time an automobile travels down the street with an empty seat precious material, particularly rubber, is being wasted. Consequently all persons are urged to form Car Sharing Clubs, whether they are entitled to "B" or "C" books or not. Domestic labor supplies available in Florida and surrounding states must be used effectively before labor can be imported from a foreign source, says Paul V. McNutt, WMC chairman. The U. S. Employment Service is prepared to recruit labor for Florida growers under governmentsponsored agreements. See your nearest U. S. E. S. 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PAGE SIX *Jewlstincrkfton FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, |J TJEWS ey ns (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) sympathy and desire "to cooperate with these Jews who wish to settle in Palestine and endorsed "the policy of friendship and cooperation between the Jews and Arabs in Palestine. seas was made by George Z. Medalie. who described the present situation in North Africa as "particularly disturbing." Deploring the fact that the civil rights of Jews in Morocco. Algeria and Tunisia have not as yet been restored. Mr. Medalie characterized as "amazing" the statement by General Giraud that the Jewish question was an internal one in which the world as a whole has no interest. "We recognize that there are i now more than half a million Jews in Palestine who have built up a sound and flourishing eco\ i nomic life and a satisfying spiritual and cultural life, and who! Judge Joseph M. Proskauer of, now const itute substantially oneRECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Reliability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. New York was elected president of the committee, succeeding Maurice Wertheim. who was unable to accept re-election because of the pressure of official government duties in Washington. Judge Proskauer declared that he had accepted the presidency of the committee "on the basis ot the above statement of principles." ••Statesmanship has always used compromises to effect immediate and worthy ends." J Proskauer said "I therefore took the position, in which my colleagues acquiesced, thai we should draw a declaration that would chart an immediate course of conduct for all members of the American Jewish Committe< which is made up of both Zi i ists and anti-Zionists." Jacob Blaustein was elei chairman of the mittee and Alan M Stroock, chairman of the administrative committee. Ira Younker was named treasurer and N M. Ohrbach B sistant treasurer. Lessing J. Ro enwald and Curl J. Austrian wen reelected vice presidents. New vice presidents elected are James H. Becker. Chicago; Monte Lemann, New Orleans; Jesse H Steinhart, San Francisco, and Victor S. Riesenfeld, New York. Reviewing the activities ol the committee during the past year. Mr. Wertheim said that one ol the most important oi these activiies was "the discussion with Zionist leaders to formulate a program for closer coll m in dealing with Jewish problems created by the v. ii Europe and in dealing with Palestine." ". discussions, he added, led to the preparation of the statement of principles. A report on the situation of Jews in various countries overPAL II mm I Ch ; 2001 W. FLALEB AMIULANCE A 4 *i P 9-2664 LEGAL NOTICES Notice given i h.. dei signed, rle Ii ln K to i ;•_ %  i CHH undei U • l-'l,.\.Mi.v.' i ruFKKK • %  %  f the f'li un |,| ,.. |,,,,.. | %  ,, Fi' Ida \ W. SKO \l. %  I third of the population, and that | while this Palestinian immigration has been a blessed ameliora; tion of the condition of this large number of Jews, and has helped to bring about a great development of the country itself, settlement in Palestine although an important factor, cannot alone furnish and should not be expected to furnish the solution ei the problem of postwar Jewish rehabilitation. "We affirm our deep sympathy with and our desire to cooperate with those Jews who wish to settle in Palestine. With reI to the g< >v< rnment of Palestine, we recognize wale diol 'i inion and that under existing conditions should be i • this time as to the pi rnt political structure which shall obtain thi re. Since we .hold thai m thi United SI I as in all othi r countrii s .lews. like all othi rs of theii are nationals ol those nations and of no other, there can be no political identification of outside ol Palestine with whatever government may there tituted. "We endorse the policy of friendship and cooperation between Jews and Arabs in Palestine and urge that every possible avenue be followed to esgood will and active colration etweei thi m. "We appr i : r Palestine an international tru I %  hip n sponsible to thi I Nations for the following ,, %  To • %  lard thi Ji wish settlement : J' wish ition into and to guarantee adequat --ope tor future growth • lopment to the full exi conomic i orptive city of the country; b) To guard and protect the fundatants; To lard and piot t thi %  all faitl d) To tii" country t i %  within an %  • p< rio I %  wealth i.: ler a Coi I I a bill ol right • fuai I : a id IK..-: %  righl %  ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP AND PORTRAIT STUDIO Corner Washington Avenue PHONE 5-7111 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. BRITISH ABOLISH DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL Has Reopened His Offices at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg. for the practice of disease* of the HEART and LUNGS For Appointment. Phone 6-2232 ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBKRT & SON 13575 N. 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FREE ADVICE and INSPECTION London (WNS)—Shortly after the British Eighth Army entered Tripoli, driving the last Nazi troops out of Libya, British military authorities abolished the special ghetto in which Tripoli's 16.000 Jews has been confined since Nazi Marshal Rommel assumed command of the Axis forces in Libya, it was reported III Pl this week. Upon orders from the British occupation forces. ;i barbed-wire fence, which had encircled the section of the city inhabited by Jews, was tmn down and the Jews were perm it t< d to mingle freely with the rest of the population in all parts of Tripoli. The reports said that the Jews of Tripoli danced in the streets and hailed the British soldiers as their liberators As a symbol of its gratitude for the destruction of the Axis* —J erected ghetto, the Jewish community of Tripoli sent to Gen Bernard Montgomery, commander Of the British forces, a gold embroidered curtain, estimated to be 600 years old, which had huriK for centuries on the Ark of the Law in one of Tripoli's oldest synagogues. Earlier in the week mass funeral services were held for the 163 Tripoli Jews, including the i head of the Jewish community, who wire executed by Nazi firing squads the night before the British entered the city. The reports -.ml thai a night of terror reigned in the Jewish ghetto • th British arrived, with troops conducting a houseto-house for prominent Jews. Thi windows of Jewish homes smashed and all Jewish shops and homes wi re looted by the retreating Axis tore. "tin .' .'. h community rticipated in thi lasl sen victin Many .1 Briti h Eighth The bo '-' %  %  %  xecuted Jews were grave, while offered to the Al:hl v '"' pn .. nt similar Jewish trage •'omnium ties. A, : "•" > todi monstratethat : unwilling pan ;<'• anti-Jewish atrocl "ai !" mayor of Tripoli a : a pecial fund of the widows and „,| D ViUmin. or of H Complex Viumins. in one f*"' UblrL JU-member the name ONEA -HAY (brand) Vitamin Tablets. oe. MlUt NERVINE r0 TENSE nerrea aiak* yon Wafcafal, Cnmkj. %  eatlaaar Dr. Miles Nereis* belp* to lessen Nerrou* Tension. Got It at rour dnt store. Red directions ana use onlr as directed. AlkaSeltzer N^ralria. DMnm afu, ?,!•"•,••• • %  SUsaaeK sr "'"• -J~ iatorfsrs !J2 C "••* • • Tour fna, try US


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PAGE FOUR +Jewistncrk**r FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1943 -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREPLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 11 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 fetered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Frd K. Shochet. Managina Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Sir Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1943 SHEVAT 30, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 6 THE I. E. A. We have hesitated for some weeks now in commenting upon the Jewish Education System, known in short term as I E A. In short terra the I E A has fizzled. We hesitated, seeking for a shred upon which to hang hopes that a better future for the organization could be looked forward to. The cause for the second annual downfall can be attributed to any one of a number of causes. To poor lay leadership—ungualfied professional direction—incompetent directors —disturbing influences among the religious leadership—lack of cooperation by existing Talmud Torahs and Synagogues. Possibly all of these aforementioned could have contributed their share to the stymied progress of this organization, new in its present form. Possibly one was outstanding and mainly responsible. The J E A was originally started two years ago as the United Talmud Torah. It failed then because the synagogues would not relinquish their hold on their Talmud Torahs. I( failed, also, because the leadership was not sufficiently strong and competent to overcome this obstacle. Revived as early as last August, plans and preparations were formulated for a more moderate proposal. This new structure was a more gradual step towards the ultimate qoal of Community supervised Jewish Education, the United Talmud Torah System. Great care went into the creative details. One meeting alter another was held. Each gathering decided upon the convening of another. Finally, with time for the openinq of the fall semesters already past, some little action could be perceived. With this action the whole ship went forward as without a rudder. One attempt after another in presenting the organization to the community was bungled. Today but for a surface motion of activity that looks good on mimeographed reports, the organization is dormant. Sure, curricula has been gone into, plans arranqed, progress mapped out but for who? What qood is a captain without his ship a teacher without his pupils—an organization without constituents? Yes, we know Rome was not built in a day —but here it is the beginning of the second school term. Yes, wa know it's easy to criticize and condemn—and we know it is easy to retort—where are you—and can you do better—Charley? But we also know that a decision to open a branch in the southwest does not neccesitate a two-month period to find a suitable location. Is it the lay leadership? Is it the professional guidance? Is one handicapped by the other? We know that a unified education system is sorely needed in Greater Miami. We feel confident that by proper presentation to the community it will be accepted. We are positive that the success of so major an undertaking cannot be completely wrecked by any small group—especially so with the present support this agency has. A determination by the Jewish Education Association to see its program through to a successful culmination must be the answer That can only be accomplished by a concentrated program effort that caUs for action— sound-logical-intelligent common sense action—and action now! We can t help but tell you how much the indescribable sorrow of your brethren and sisters burdens our soul. Perhaps it wUl strengthen your heart when you hear that Christians think of you and help you under all circumstances and pray for you. We know that the powers of evil which today attack the Jews will tomorrow try to destroy Christians." The letter continued: "The burning down of synagogues marks the first step towards the annihilation of Christian churches. We prav to the Almighty for power to stand for all vou stand and to help you if ever persecution should come to our country."—Prof. Karl Barth THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE The resolution adopted at the annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee with regard to the Jewish position in America, Europe and Palestine will be welcomed by American Jews. It is obvious from this statement that the American Jewish Committee not only is in sympathy with Jewish settlement work in Palestine, but is also ready to cooperate with Zionist bodies in helping "to safeguard the Jewish settlement in and Jewish immigration into Palestine and to guarantee adequate scope for future growth and development to the full extent of the economic absorptive capacity of the country." At the same time it is only to be expected that the committee wishes to see that policy of friendship and cooperation between Jews and Arabs in Palestine. Who doesn't? The resolution of the committee goes on record as approving the demand that Palestine be put under international trusteeship responsible to the United Nations. While stating that "under existing conditions there should be no preconceived formula at this time as to the permanent political structure." It favors the establishment of Palestine eventually as a "self-governing commonwealth." It emphasizes, however, that there can be no political identification of Jews outside of Palestine with whatever government may be set up there, and this, too, we are certain, is a provision which every Jew in the United States will welcome. This statement can be considered an indication of the earnest desire on the part of the American Jewish Committee to meet the Zionists half-way. The committee's membership is largely composed of non-Zionists and partly of anti-Zionists. The resolution the committee has adopted indicates its inclination to bring about a united front. While it does not endorse the maximum demands of the Zionists, it nevertheless offers a basis on which common action can be obtained. The resolution thus constitutes a conciliatory and statesmanlike approach to the Palestine problem. Also expressing the sentiments of American Jews is the part of the statement which asks the United Nations to reaffirm at the forthcoming peace conference the fundamental principle that Jewish citizens of every land shall be guaranteed full rights and complete equality. As to the resolutions concerning the "home front adopted by the annual meeting of the committee, there is no doubt that they will meet with the full approval of all Jewish groups. NAZI ATROCITIES "Nazi anti-Semitism culminates in the cry that there is no God but Hitler and that here shall be no masters on this earth but the Germans If there could be a complete Nazi victory Japan and the Japanese might be the last names on the list of subject peoples but Axis or no Axis, they would be theresl 0 a U ved C ,0 ** ,her Pe ples ** en "The horror of the persecution of the Jews viewed in this perspective, covers all free h^ manity. What the Jews has suffered is a prefor nit <***?"*"** that would be reserved for all who dare to stand against Hitlerism or dare to be different from Hitler's HerrenvoS' arP nn^^ I 5 errenV l k "^selves who today are on the defensive. The day of justice draws saTtnat Jhev? 119 **£ *?** Nau -" uX .? L hey know neither lew nor Gentile but that they mean to strike down the Nazi yranny wherever it has blasted any human life; and that these Jewish lives, taken bTS enemies, shall be accounted for at tie endh5 reckon m g."-Editorial. New York Ws gee CHILE'S BREAK WITH AXIS In severing relations with the aaaressnr n^rJT Chi u hQS f ,l0Wed her SS ^£$£2%S£** a nd friend8h —By PHINEAS I. BIRON __ THE JEWISH FRONT ... To the credit of Henry Monsky, President of B'nai B'rith. chalk down a great achievement in bringing to life the American Jewish Assembly Tribute is also due to Frank Weil for his clear-eyed leadership of the Jewish Welfare Board, which is making a glorious record, beyond its regular activities, as the contemporary historian of Jewish participa. tion in this war David Ben Gurion. who claims as his own the famous Baltimore Zionist program which the Palestine leadership has adopted, seems to forget that all its main points had previously been formulated by Dr. Chairn Weizmann in an article written for Foreign Affairs over two years ago Ben Hecht's stirring piece about the Jewish tragedy, "Remember Us," appearing in the February issus of Reader's Digest, is only the first of six magazine articlet from his pen on injustice toward the Jews One of these Hecht masterpieces will be published in the Saturday Evening Post. TRUE STORY Shapiro, Bernstein and Company, the popular music publishers, have been suffering from a bar conscience for some years now ... It wasn't their fault, of course, but the fact remains that it was a Shapiro, Bernstein publication "Beer Barrel Polka," which contributed to the fall of Norway This happened back in April, 1940, when a band of Nazi musicians kept the Oslo populace so enthralled with the Polka's rollicking strains that the Norsemen didn't even notice, until it was too late, that their country was being conquered by other Nazis who weren't playing music ... But now, reports L. L., the publishers have found a way of relieving their smarting conscience For when the Army's call came out for 300,000 copies of a popular song each month, the Shapiro Bernstein people were the first to sign up for their morale-building project. WITH THE ARTISTS ... Arthur Szyk, whose 66 satiric drawings are attracting thousands upon thousands of visitors to New York's Andre Seligmann gallery, is now working on a drawing which will be acclaimed his best ... He calls it "De Profundis," and it depicts the Jewish world tragedy Abraham Manievich, the late Russian Jewish painter who died six months ago, is now being hailed as a leading exponent of modern art The exhibition of twenty-two of his canvases now being held at the French Art Galleries, New York, has brought recognition that he belongs in the ranks of the immortals Yet Manievich virtually died of hunger ... A sexagenarian newcomer to the world of art is Abraham Levin, a Bronx tailor, who only a couple of years ago decided to give up thread and needle for brush and easel That the switch was successful is attested by the fact that Levin has already had a one-man show, and his pictures are appreciated by connoisseurs. STAGE AND SCREEN ... It'll be a new Charlie Chaplain that you'll see in his next picture, on which he's now doing the preliminary work The plot centers about Landur, the famous French Bluebeard. so you understand why Charlie is planning to change his make-up Luise Rainer. absent from the screen too lonq. is slated to get the coveted feminine lead in the screen play to be made of Stefan Heym's "Hostags." the best sellef on the underground movement in Czechoslovakia Irvinq Berlin, reports Sidney Skolsky, has been spending so much time with the soldier cast of his "This Is the Army." that he feels as if he were back in uniform, and has taken to salutE?,u i CerS • ', Mordecai Gere1 *co-author with William seeta ,LH a P Y ^ ? ancin 9 Soldiers," has hopes of Sher 9 thnn r rQ ? a P r J UCed in a screen version, with none Other than Greta Garbo playing the lead Impressario Billy Rose s next project, they tell us. is a superdupe? production of Carmen, with an all-colored cast BOOKS AND AUTHORS ... ler's W b^ok rU bur e n d in^ USSOlmi T** 8 Han Hershlield. was Hitaoaues &L. y married in one of their synaana U wethink"me e ^SST^Su^ "^ d S !" E. J. Kahn, whose book Thl A ^ me more widespread. a few months ago Lsie^7n 1 ,e V W a u 8 pubUshed 0nly Guinea, and recentiv mL 1?T d ln 9 his bit over in New ering p l ent y JTmSltLTS! friend ,hat while he's gathwiKKfiSs thTjrr t here he 8 faiiin <** %  J very scarce £*JZ £rS ^ HT £*, "^ £?** ported to you that Goorr, Jr ', %  Had we incidentally, reABOUT PEOPLE. "*** h autobio a P h ? may^ot^cXl fe^f considerations of health met Wlien the CtevSI sS2 ^ "* bom the Cab Rozinsky comes to New vSrir n ^^ "* %  *' %  A**" 1 for the Philharmonic Z 2 *' 8eason to wield his baton OIUC huJ Pj? C J> on the Ohio podium will be (CONTINUED ON PAGE I) Decl re selle



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tIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1943 ^•Jmvlsti Fk>rkffari PAGE THREE 10IIDI LEADERS IDENI POLICY %  ,„ONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) irden of Hitler's defeat. Surely >me way can be found, having le regard for all interests af:ted, for the Jews, not only to do their part, but to show the World their colors as an organlied and distinct fighting force." Endorsed by 39 officials of the S. Army and Navy, 33 SenIll Representatives, 18 irernors, 49 Mayors, 78 Govlent officials, 47 Judiciary 'icials. 96 members of the Cler34 Labor Leaders, 233 Edurs, 232 Editors, Publishers columnists, 174 Authors, 100 Hon. Pat Cannon, representative; Hon. Armstead Brown, Chief Justice Supreme Court, Tallahassee; Hon. Roy H. Chapman, Justice Supreme Court of Florida, Tallahassee; Hon. J. Tom Watson, Attorney-General of Florida, Tallahassee; Col. Raymond Robins, Social Economist, Brooksville; William S. Allen, President John B. Stetson University, Deland; John J. Tigert, President, University of Florida, Gainesville; Harry R. Trusler, Dean of Law School, University of Florida, Gainesville; Rabbi Morris D. Margolis, Jacksonville; Philip Wylie, Author, Miami Beach; Miss Mabel V. A. Marsh, Ormond Beach; John H. Perry, President Publishing Companies, Palm Beach; Ernest K. Coulter, Sarasota; Meredith Nicholson, Author, St. Augustine; Rev. Pierce S. Ellis, Tallahassee; Miss Bertita Harding, Author, Tampa; Daniel S. Sanford, Dean of Instruction. University of Tampa; James Elliott Mooney, President, University WITH THE BOYS IN SERVICE E. Albert Pallot, long an active figure in the life of the Greater Miami community, was this week commissioned a Lieutenant, J.G., in the U. S. Navy. He will report to Princeton University for endocrination. A member of the law firm of tice will be continued by his partner, Charles A. Morehead. Mr. Pallot is a former assistant attorney general of the State of Florida and is president of Stationed at Camp Gruber, Okla., Arthur William, the son of Rabbi and Mrs. A. Goldberger of Miami Beach, has been promoted to Sergeant. Another son, David, is stationed at Miami Beach with the special service division. Donald Redenbaugh left recently to join the United States Coast Guard at St. Augustine. He was active in the AZA work here in Miami. Seymour D. Ketive. son of Mr. i ELECT OFFICERS; BROAD PRESIDENT Miami Beach district of the Zionist Organization of America Morehead and Pallot with off ices I J^^y^ 1 SmSIHSSB^ SA il has electt 'd Shepard Broad, local in the Ingraham Bldg. his pracg w ^ h A entered the 1 attorney as its new president. • army in October and now has Other officers are Jake Felt Dr. finished his basic training, pad-1 ^J^SS^jA^lL LJL?t uating at Stillwater. Okla.. with honor and distinction. He was elected president of his flight company. 92 Lawyers. 79 Physi-1 of Tampa; Rev. Henry M. Ed, 227 Industrial Leaders, and imonds. Winter Park; Irving Bachjsands of others, the "pronation" proposes the followplatform: That we shall no longer witwith pity alone, and with passive sympathy, the calculated ^•termination of the ancient Jewish pcnple liy the barbarous Na/is. j"We proclaim the right of the allor, Winter Park. MIAMI MEN TO RECEIVE DEGREES A T UNIVERSITY Among 13 men from Metropolitan Miami who will receive degrees at the University of Florida in a graduating class of | 113. largest mid-term class in the Jbws of the old world to live in university a history, are Bern%  Beedom and equality, enjoying j ard A. Kaminski, bachelor of the rights and privileges of all science; Bernard L_Mdl,_MaC' Other human beings. lor of science in agriculture; Oscar Rappaport. bachelor of ORANGE BOWL COMMITTEE CHOOSES UNGAR AS HEAD shin, vice presidents; Samuel S. Kershbaum, corresponding secretary; Philip Salmon, recording secretary, and Dr. M. A. Lipkind, treasurer. Appointed to head committees are JNF. Dr. M. A. Lipkind: program. Philip SalE. ALBERT PALLOT "We proclaim our belief in he. Mort(jn H TeU bachelor moral right of the disinherited Q{ ^^ ineoring Jocl z Stateless Jews of Europe and of %  <, bachc i or of arts in jourthe stalwart young Jewish peoR bache pie of Palestine to fight-M they ( o ^ agriculturt ask to fight—as fellow-soldiers in %  this war, standing forth in their! own name and under their own | RABBI S. M. MACHTEI SPEAKS Committee. He selves as a mem the Probus Club. He holds the office of Esquire in the Miami Elks Lodge and is a member of the Greater Miami Army-Navy A. A. Ungar. Miami automobile dealer, was chosen president of the Orange Bowl Committee this year. Ungar, third vice president and chairman of the finance committee for 1942. was elevated to president and plans started for next New Year's Day football classic at the annual meeting Monday at the Columbus hotel. Van Kussrow was selected first vice president with George Whitten as second vice president and E. B. •'Buck" Freeman third vice president. J. G. Thompson, jr.. was re-elected secretary, and H. Blake Oliver chosen treasurer again. All were unanimous choices. Ungar. long active in Miami civic and business affairs, is the fifth president of the organization which puts on Miami's big post-season football show. banner, fighting as The Jewish | DURING WIOD RADIO HOUR Army "We proclaim our belief that to allow these Jews to fight now is a vital contribution to victory and an immediate moral necesHty for the cause of world freedom." L The proclamation campaign was organized by the Committee For a Jewish Army. 535 Fifth Hlrenue, New York City, under the chairmanship of the noted author. Pierre van Paassen. A similar committee is operating in London. Notables from Florida who have signed the "Proclamation on the Moral Rights of the Stateless %  nd Palestinian Jews" include Hon. Claude Pepper, senator; Sunday. 4:30 p. m.. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak over station WIOD on the Rabbinical Association program on "Your God." PALMER I uiu*r.tl Chapel 2001 W fLAGLER ST. "BBSF 9-2664 I WANT MY MILK "Let Me Get You Some • DR. MILES AHTI-PAIN PIUS W ITH YOUR responsibilities, can you afford to let a Headache, Muscular Pains, Functional Monthly Pains or Simple Neuralgia slow you down? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills have been bringing relief from these common discomforts for nearly sixty years. Countless American housewives consider Anti-Pain Pills almost as much of a necessity in the medicine cabinet, as is flour in the kitchen cupboard. They have Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills in the house, many of them carry these little pain relievers in purse or handbag. They are prepared for these minor aches and pains that sometimes occur in almost every family —ARE YOU? Dr. Miles AntiPain Pills are pleasant to take and do not upset the stomach. Get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store. Regular package 25 tablets 25*, Economy package 125 tablets $1.00. Read directions and use only as directed. I ber of the executive committee '' %  of the Fifth District B'nai B'rith ; and is vice president of the Florida Federation. He is chairman of the Public Relations. American Bar Association. Junior Bar Section and is a member of the Dade, Florida and American Bar Associations. He is a past president of the B'nai B'rith and also of the Y.M.H.A. of which he is a life member. He is a Past Master of the Coconut Grove Masonic Lodge and a Past Patron of the Eastern Star. He is vice president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and a member of the Civic League. Scottish Rite. Shrine. Miami Zionist District and is serving as a division head in the 1943 Federation Campaign. A member of the Young Democrats Of Florida he is chairman of the legislative committee. Announcement was made here this week of the promotion of Elry Stone to Lt. Col. A former active Miamian in com—Buy War Bonds Today— WOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details write MAC co P. O. Box 2973. Miami, Florida mon; publicity. Leo Robinson; membership, Jake Felt; auditing, Nat Hankoff and Max Meisel. A board meeting will be held Wednesday evening. Feb. 10. at the home of Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, 3769 Royal Palm Ave.. Miami Beach. Board of directors include R. R. Adler. B. Appel. H. Bodenstein. Dr. L. Breinan. I. Englander. J. Egert. I. Frankel. M. H. Frankel. Dr. M. Goodman. N. Hankoff. R. Lachman. J. Lurie, H. 1. Magid. M. Meisel, H. Platoff, J. Rosen, L. Robinson. A. B. Rosenstein, H. Sirkin. Dr. L Wiland. \:. 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. 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l* ) be l be V. FEBRUARY 5, 1943 +Jewlst) ihrHirtn PAGE SEVEN MTEIT MIKES REPORT ON WORK [ ad IT. 959 1917 %  O. rAL N R 3831 p o date George Wolpert, chairman of Recreational Equipment Committee, Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, reported that his committee has succeeded in completely furnishing seven recreation rooms for the Army at Miami Beach, one for the Air Force at Homestead, Fla., and one at Perrine, Fla. The committee in charge of the procurement of this furniture and equipment is composed of Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Bessie Shaffer, Mrs. Murray Koven, Morris Grossman, Joe Berman and George Wolpert, chairman. In view of the continued expansion of military areas in this region and the growing demand for furniture and recreational equipment needed in additional designated as a permanent one which will continue to collect and distribute furnishings for these rooms for the duration. Right now, there is greater need than ever before for sofas, tables, chairs, games, books, etc., for these men. Even the Waacs have urgently requested our help recreation rooms being set aside for the men in the military services, this committee has been in obtaining rugs and ping-pong tables. In appreciation for the furnishings obtained for the Homestead Air Transport Command, Capt. Raymond H. Martin, Special Service Officer, invited George Wolpert as his guest to attend an army show given in Homestead at which Harry Richmond was the star entertainer. This entire project (of furnishing soldier's day rooms) is being conducted under the supervision of Alfred L. Baron, Field Director of the American Red Cross at Miami Beach, Fla. Anyone having anything which may be of use in these recreation rooms is urged to phone George Wolpert, 3-4132 and their contribution will be picked up promptly. Most urgently needec are ping-pong tables and other games, pianos, radios, rugs, chairs, smoke stands, lamps, card tables, etc. SOLICITATIONS "Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman is doing a masterful piece of work," said Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the 1943 forthcoming Federation Drive, in discussing the formation and progress of the Speakers' Division of the campaign. Rabbi Zwitman was named to head this division by the Planning Committee when it mapped the program of the drive —Buy War Bonds Today— PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDLAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative nq nfc B B'nai B'rith was host to Service Men of the area at a dance last week. Mrs. Sherrel was hostess at the regular card party of the Beth El Sisterhood last week. Chaplain Cunningham addressed a capacity audience at the Beth El Temple last Friday evening. Mrs. S. Robinson and children Of Chicago left for their home Friday after spending five weeks as the guest of her mother. Mrs. S. Gallick M. Sheir. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir, 726 Flamingo drive. arrived Saturday to spend his winter vacation. Charles Gallick is here from Chicago visiting his mother, Mrs. Gallick and his brother-inlaw and sister, Mr and Mrs. Albert Gammot of Pahokee. Miss Gisela Warburg, New York, National Hadassah Youth Aliyah chairman, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Felix W. Warburg, Garden Rd., Palm Beach, will be speaker at a meeting of the Hadassah Youth Aliyah Committee and others interested at the Mayflower hotel. Palm Beach, at 9 o'clock Sunday night. Miss Warburg will discuss the rescue of thousands of children between the ages of two and 17 years from the war stricken countries of Europe and Palestine, and of the new hope and freedom they have found, through the efforts of the Youth Aliyah. The committee on arrangements for the meeting includes Mrs. Harris H. Uris, Mrs. A. A. Silbcrberg, Mrs. Louis Frankel, Mrs. Irving Dorfman, Mrs. D. Ettinger and Mrs. Sol Rubin. "EAT HOLSUM BREAD" %  =. AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL • SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 Wast Palm Beach, Florida For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR CREAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM tr. M m I* a SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProB CikBAM ducts and Ice Cream. M'MM.K • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE [ 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fir* and all Kindred Line* of kururaac* 1 stated. "In other words, short and to the point." Careful selection of speakers were made and the roster in; eludes Chaplain Camilus Angel, I Albert B. Bernstein, Mrs. George Chertkof, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Louis Heiman, Morris Klass, Mrs. Benjamin Myers, Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, E. Albert Pallot, Mrs. Milton S. Saslaw, Mrs. Monte Selig and Rabbi Max Shapiro. These committee members are now attending training classes that they may be familiar with their subject in its entirety. Rabbi Zwitman has been spiritual leader of Miami's Reform Temple, Temple Israel, for the past seven years. Included in his innumerable civic, religious and communal activities, both local and national are his participation for the third consecutive year as a member of the Round [Table Trio broadcasting weekly under the sponsorship of the Na] tional Conference Christians and Jews; a member of the Publications Committee of the Central Conference of American Rabbis; National vice president of the Rabbinical Association of the Jewish Institute of Religion. *^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ** tin 43 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN under the direction of Ben Bronston, president of Federation and the campaign chairman. Rabbi Zwitman in his plans for the the division he heads is determined to make Greater Miami Federation Conscious and Federation Understanding. Every organization in this area will have representatives of the speakers bureau appear before it with Federation's message. Brevity but thoroughness will be the keynote of these talks, the Rabbi GIVE TO THE WAR CHEST! FEBRUARY 1-9 L t\J k J\S\J\*****m' m m ~ i < -*^ a a a a a • 1, CHAIRMAN NOTES [ FOR MEMBERSHIP E. Albert Pallot, chairman of B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge One Hundredth Anniversary Membership campaign, this week reported progress in his effort to secure a minimum of one hundred additional members for the lodge. The initiation and inauguration of the class Is scheduled for Feb. 22 to be followed by a banquet at a future date for sponsor of new members who will be guests of the lodge. The chairman issued a manifesto, serving to inform all workers and the community about the B'nai B'rith, titled "Why Membership in B'nai B'rith." It is reported below: Because it is a world wide fraternal organization with membership of American gentlemen from every prominent city and town in our country. Because its iiopes are: to quicken the spirit of American patriotism, to inculcate the principles of charity, justice and brotherly love, and to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its members. Because it teaches its members of different political faiths, the value of American citizenship and love of the Stars and Stripes. Because it furnishes the opportunity of good fellowship with 200.000 good American citizens in approximately 1,400 lodges throughout the United States. Because it is a world wide order with Supreme Lodges, District Grand Lodges, State Federations and Local Lodges, all actively cooperating, a powerful medium for group expression of Americanism, tolerance, brotherhood and charity. More than ever before America needs B'nai B'rith. Be one of the honor roll mem• bers who bring in a new mem;ber. Sholem Lodge must have ione hundred members before Feb. 22. JEWISH WORKERS AND FIGHTERS MARCHING TO VICTORY WITH AID OF UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL THROUGH U. J. A. A stirring example of the all-out war effort of the Jew* in Palestine is the Weiss family of Tel Aviv (Je/O • of whom, father, mother, son and daughter are in the armed forces, helping to defend the vital Middle Eastern front. Below are a company of the newly-formed Palestine Jewish infantry battalion on the march and a group of Jewish farmers marching to the fields which, through their intensive efforts, are yieldingever-increasing harvests to feed the growing army of fighters and industrial workers. The total war effort of the Jewish homeland in Palestine is fostered by the United Palestine Appeal which derives it funds from the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, the single fund-raising agency for the United Palestine Appeal, joint Distribution Committee and National Refugee Service.



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PAGE TWO *• Jewish fhrkflan FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1943 ,.|.n Itiirir" ,.,.,,., ,-.. ,. ,„,-.. vnr.r ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES CEREMONIALS 1 ., NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN The International Relations Discussion Group of the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women will meet at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Feb. 10 at the home of Mrs. Morris Alpert, 1435 West Ave. The topic for discussion, "Post War Problems" will be presented by Mrs. Harry Barnhard. Participating in the symposium on "Long Term Planning'" will be Mrs. W. I. Fcuer, Mrs. I. Wohl, Mrs Morris Alpert, Mrs. A. Laufer and Mrs. N. Laschower, MIAMI BEACH MIZRACHI SPINOZA FORUM Rev. Joseph Barth. of the Unitarian Church. Miami, will be the guest speaker at the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Rev. Barth's topic will be "Which War Are We fighting?" The Round-Table discussion of the Spinoza Forum will take place Wednesday evening, 7:30 to 9 p. m., when Dr. Morris Schneer of New York, will speak on -The Glands and How They Effect Your Personality.'" The Miami Beach Mizrachi met Sunday night at the Beth Jacob synagogue. The meeting was presided over by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. The guest speaker of the evening was Abraham Cohen, former national treasurer of the Mizrachi. Reports on the Chamisho Ossor Palestine night were tendered. The Mizrachi together with the HIAS will be the beneficiaries of a fish dinner to be given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adlerblum, 751 Euclid Ave.. Sunday afternoon. Feb. 14. Mizrachi men and women are on the arrangements committee. Tickets may be obtained through the Adlerblums or from the Mizrachi officers. Last Monday at Jackson Memorial hospital, nabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the brith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson. 631 S. W. 23rd Road. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz will be hosts at a reception at Cong. Schaarei Zedek, Saturday morning following the services in honor of their new born grandchild. The ceremony of naming 'the child will take place at that j time. m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS PIONEER WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION Mrs. Esther Seitlin. 4020 S. W. 12th St.. will enter Jackson Memorial hospital Saturday to undergoe a major knee operation. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz left last BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD The second of a series of book reviews sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood will take place Monday evening, Feb. 15 at 8:15 o'clock in the Synagogue. The book to be reviewed by Rabbi Max Shapiro will be 'The Song of Bcrnadette," by Franz Werfcl. WEDDINGS Henry Krakow ana Miss M. Manseficld were joined in marriage last week by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff joined in marriage Pvt. Simon Gold and Miss Sylvia Davis. BETH SHOLEM CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin presented a Golden Book of Life to Beth Sholom Center last Sunday evening, and were hosts at a reception that followed in the Ellis Room. The acceptance addreSS was made by President Alfred B. Rosenstein. Guest speaker was Jacob Felt. Rabbi S. M. Machtei also spoke. The Beth Sholom Sisterhood will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The board of directors will hold their next regular meeting on Wednesday at 8 p. m. LADIES AUXILIARY SCHAAREI ZEDEK The Ladies Auxiliary of Cong. Schaarei Zedek will hold a card party for the benefit of the Talmud Torah Sunday evening at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. Third St. Refreshments will be served. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and Mrs. George Chertkof were :b'speakers at a successful package party of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong, last Sunday. Sidney H. Palmer and Harry Pearl assisted in the evening's festivities. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Minses, communal workers in the HIAS, JNF and Pioneer Women's activities, were the gracious hosts to more than 150 people at a dinner on the lawn of their home, 815 Fourth St.. Miami Beach, last Sunday. The funds derived were for the benefit of the Jewish National Fund through the efforts of the Pioneer Women's Group No. 1. As a tribute to the generosity of the hosts the organization ordered the inscription of their names in the Golden Book of the JNF. With the remainder of the funds trees were purchased Following dinner the guests gathered in the Minses home and listened t<> a program under the chairmanship of Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff spoke on the work of the JNF. The committee in charge included Mrs. I. Shapof, Mrs. I. Liberoff and Mrs. Bernard Hoffman. A tea and cultural afternoon with Mrs. Henry Seitlin as host at her home. 418 N. W. Fifth St., will take place Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. A program will be presented and the public is invited. The Pioneer Women's Organization will sponsor a joint affair of all local groups in Greater Miami. It will be the fourth annual Donor Dinner and is scheduled for April 4. BIRTHS I'lie Beth Jacob Sisterhood will meet at the synagogue Monday afternoon at 2 p. m. An interesting program ha.been arranged. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mackauf announce the birth of a daughter Sunday at Victoria hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Al Reisman announce the birth of a son Monday at Jackson Memorial. Mr and Mrs. Sam Sehafur announce the binh of a sun Monday at Jackson Memorial. Mr. and Mrs Nal Nussbaum announce the birth oi a son last week at Jackson Memorial. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Freedman, Miami Beach, announce the birth 0( ;i sdil Mr. and Mr.-. J. Katz. Miami '" ach announce the birth ol a son, Miss Sadye Isaacson is visiting with her brother and sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Isaacson. Mrs. Eli Hurwitz and children week to attend tiie graduation of New York City is visiting with ceremonies of her son, Howard, I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isador from Georgia Tech University in [ Langner of 2283 S. W. 17th St. Atlanta. He graduated as a Max Rapport left yesterday for aeronautical engineer. i Gainesville, Fla., where he will Barney Streit of Brooklyn, N. I m, (,t hls daughter. Mrs. CharY., is visiting his son-in-law and ,otte Polk of New York City, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thl 'V w,n attend the exercises Apte. at their home. 435 S. W. %  a t the University of Florida at 31st Rd.. Miami. I which time Mr. Rapparort's son. Rev and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro j S !" r PftJS „.„ are visiting with their son and. Ml E Dorothy Miller 'ot Bosdaughter-in-law. Rabbi and Mrs.' 1 """ %  £"i rnvi '< 1 l h f WednesMax Shapiro, and their son-.nd;, >' <• visit with her brother law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. j a nd Sl ^V % A *2£ Mrs Herman Isaacson Irving Miller, 520 S. W. 22nd Rd ., David Rosenblum. of Butler. Mrs Joe Beck, daughter-in-, Pa ., is Vlslt his fath g law of Mrs. I. Rosengarten is Rosl nblum ()f this clt ff)r ; 3" n f U Vr b T£ "• 'WO-week ^ay. He is assorted and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Max ith and the owner Qf ^ r^-'P' !" station WISR. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper are i Lt. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner in Jacksonville where Mr. Pepwill arrived here Sunday to per is convalescing from a recent spend six weeks with his par!" "* I 1 '" 1 *. Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. red Sakowitz left Sunday to [Gardner of Miami Beach Thev spend two weeks with relatives will visit with friends and retain New York City. i tives. HANITA CLUB HADASSAH A farewell dinner will be given by the Hanita Women's Club in honor of Mrs. Eva Checkoway. national organizer, who worked with the clubs in this city. The dinner will beheld Sunday evning, Feb. 14 at 5:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid Ave. A very fine program has been prepared. NATIONAL HOME FOR JEWISH CHILDREN The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish (Children at Denver announces the postponement of their benefit party which was to have been held Feb. 1? at the Beth Sholom Center to March l, Monday eyeing at 8 p, m. Have you bought your (< use Bonds yet? Dea series of five lectures giving the history, ideals, philosophy and teachings of the Jewish Religion sponsored by the }H*H tfWi UeUem. AuocioUon in co-operation with the at the % m. u. A. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. and Mr.-. Louis Silveiman Miami Beach are announcing rriage of their daughter. Edith, to Lt. Albert M. ; Bleich, of Yonkers, N. Y. Prior' to entering the service the groomwas engaged m accountancy. He is at present stationed at Presque Isle, Maine, as ah Insurance and Travel Officer. RECEPTIONS More than two hundred people attended a reception at the home <>f Mr. and Mrs. Max Mintzer last Sunday evening given in honor at their son. Joseph's bar mitevah. Tables were set in the garden of the home and a short rormal program took place with several short talks given, including brief remarks by Rabbi Simon April. The engagement of their daughter Helen to Sam Alpern of Fitzgerald. Ga.. was also announced that evening. "We cannot have all wc want U our aoldiem and sailors are to nave all they need." —Franklin D. Roosevelt The newly organized Miami Unit of Business and Professional Hadassah will meet Fob 8. Monday at 8 p. m., at the Hildegarde Studio, 35 N. W. Fust St. At its last meeting the organization elected the followj mg officers: j Mrs Irving Querido. president; 52 ni H u arry P Breskin vice P^'dent, Miss Evelyn Brown, treasurer; Miss Rita Gordon, recording secretary; Miss Gertrude Mandell, corresponding secretary; Miss Sylvia Gennger. Miss 'lolly Gershon. Miss Rose Korshin. Mrs. William Walsh. Miss Lillian Warner. Miss Fay Werner, board of directors. There will be a short business "'-"'^followed by a cultural %  "' s "" ; 1 program under the Walsh, cultural chairman. TOWER • • • Fri., Feb. 5th— Last Day Laugh Your Blues Away" WITH J>nx Falkenburs AND EDDIE CANTOR'S "Mad Russian" Starts Sat "at V-SO* p. m. and Sunday Thru Tuesday February 6-9 GENE TIERNEY GEO. MONTGOMERY "CHINA GIRL 99 WITH VICTOR McLAGLEN LYNN BARJ EXTRA SHEP FIELDS AND HIS ORCHESTRA SMS ICAL SHORT SUBJECT