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VOLUME 16No. 7
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
DR. SILVER CHAIRMAN OF
UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL
Eminent loaders of lh" several
religious faiths of the United
States, at the request of the Red
Cross, have designated Feb. 28
S Red Cross Sunday and Feh.
27 M Red Cross Sabbath. Identi-
fication of these two days with
the Red Cross will herald the
opening of the 1943 Red Cross
War Fund campaign for $125,-
000,000 which will be conducted
during March. Norman H. Davis,
chairman of the organization, has
With the support of the various
faiths, spiritual leaders the coun-
try over are being requested,
through Red Cross chapters and
by letter, to urge their flocks
to give full support to the war
fund campaign and thus make
provision for the humanitarian
work of the Red Cross through-
out the year. Compassion, pity
and aid are the essential quali-
fications exemplified by the Red
Cross, and it is hoped that every
pulpit in America will be an in-
terpreter of these eternal verities
on the days set aside for this
purpose, the Red Cross stated.
New York (WNS) The Jews
of America will meet in full the
respoasibility involved in ena-
bling 4,000 Jewish children of
Bulgaria and 500 adults to reach
Palestine, as a result of the an-
nouncement in the House of
Commons by Colonial Secretary
Oliver Stanley that immigration
certificates are immediately avail-
able, it was announced here by
Judge Bernard A, Rosenblatt,
president of the Palestine Foun-
The Palestine Foundation Fund
la the American fund-raising arm
for the Jewish agency for Pales-
tine, to whom the immigration
certificates for the children and
adults have been issued and
which has assumed the financial
raaponsibility toward the Pales-
tine government for the trans-
portation and maintenance of the
"A great opportunity for the
salvage of the most precious ele-
ments of the Jewish population
in Bulgaria has been afforded
to the Jews of America," Judge
Rosenblatt declared, in stating
that the board of directors of
the Palestine Foundation Fund
had authorized its officers to co-
ordinate the activities of all the
existing agencies in the United
States so that the resources neces-
aary fr the huge program of
transportation, integration and
Maintenance might be mobilized.
New YorkDr. Abba Hillel
Silver of Cleveland has been
named national chairman for
1943 of the United Palestine Ap-
peal, central agency of American
Jewry for the defense and re-
building of the Jewish National
Home in Palestine, it was an-
nounced recently. This is the
sixth year of service given to
the organization by Dr. Silver,
it was pointed out.
The 1943 nationwide campaign
of the United Palestine Appeal
will seek the American share of
budgets totalling $9,500,000 to be
spent during the year in the Jew-
ish homeland by the Palestine
Foundation Fund and the Jewish
National Fund, the two basic in-
stitutions which comprise the
United Palestine Appeal.
GIVE UP TO JEWS;
12 ARE PR WED
Kuibyshev (WNS)The Rus-
sian press termed "poetic justice"
the fact that the Soviet high
command in Stalingrad to which
Marshal Friedrich Paulus and 16
other Nazi generals surrendered
included several high-ranking
Jewish officers. The Russian
press said that the surrender of
the Nazi generals to Jewish of-
ficers was a happy symbol of
things to come.
At the same time it was re-
ported this week that 12 Jewish
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REPORT ON TEN
TEARS OF LABOR
New York (WNS)The United
Jewish Appeal this week submit-
ted to the President's Advisory
Committee on Political Refugees
a memorandum describing the
activities supported by American
Jews to rescue vast numbers of
victims of 10 years of Hitlerism.
The document charting the
course of relief and reconstruc-
tion measures taken by Jews in
the United States during "a
decade of doom and disaster"
stressed the importance of the
achievements of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, United Pal-
estine Appeal and National Refu-
gee Service. It emphasized that
the rescue action of American
Jews through the instrumentality
of the agencies comprising the
United Jewish Appeal had to be
greatly enlarged as a result .of
the disastrous events in Europe
which brought large areas under
the domination of the Nazis and
destroyed the freedom and inde-
pendence of many countries.
ASK JEWISH REGIMENTS BE
SENT IN RUSSIA BY NAZIS
Geneva (WNS)The violently
anti-Semitic Iron Guard party in
Rumania demanded this week
that Rumanian Jews, who are
barred from the country's armed
services under existing anti-Jew-
ish laws, be organized into spe-
cial "Jewish regiments" for
front-line service on the Russian
The official newspaper of the
Iron Guardists stated: "While
Rumanians are dying on the bat-
tle front, the Jews remain hap-
pily alive. With our warriors
under the threat of Russian ma-
chine guns, we may as well form
at least a few Jewish regiments
for the Eastern front. We won-
der whether it was altogether
wise to exclude the Jews from
our army, even though they may
act as spies and may spread de-
featism and anarchy."
WAR CREST ORIVE
TO BE EXTENDED
E MORE WEEK
London (WNS)Not a single
Dutch Jew will escape deporta-
tion to Nazi-occupied Poland, ac-
cording to this week's issue of
Volk En Vaderland, official or-
gan of the Dutch Nazi party. The
paper said: "All Jews will be
sent to Poland, whether sooner
or later, but all will go. Al-
though some Jews may have tem-
porarily dodged going to Poland,
they cannot escape."
ITALY IN SHAKE-UP
Stockholm (WNS)Fear that
Premier Mussolini's drastic shake-
up of his cabinet, including the
ouster of his son-in-law. Count
Ciano, would result in an inten-
sification of Italy's anti-Jewish
program, was expressed this
week by the Swedish newspaper
The newspaper stated that
Mussolini reshuffled his cabinet
in order to appease Hitler, who
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American Soldier Symbolizes
Liberator of Jews in Africa
Cairo (WNS)Jews of Pales-
Bne will send a representative to
Tripoli, recently liberated from
Hie Axis by the British 8th Army,
H> aid in the rehabilitation of the
Hewish community there.
Millions of human beings
throughout the world, especially
in subjugated nations, have been
made to suffer because of the
Nazi philosophy that they were
born to rule the world. "Deutsch-
land Uber Alles" has been the
Qarman slogan for over a cen- <
tury, but Hitler and his coterie
have surpassed any previous
regime for cruelty, despotism and
uncivilized conduct. That the
Jews have suffered most can-
not be denied. Though they have
no control of their birth. Hitler
saw them as a scapegoat upon
which the hatred of the ignorant
in all lands could be fanned. |
Slowly has his diabolical plana I
fantastic oneto exterminate the !
Jews been unfolded. Judaism
and Christendom, alike, at first
stood aghast as, under the leader- j
ship of this mad man, the new I
order spread from one conquered!
country to another, including
North Africa. Trodden upon
sit uponthrown into concen-
tration camps, pious Jews were
denied the right even to pray
unto Almighty God to deliver
them from their oppressors. Sud-
denly from afar, out of the bleak
darkness, when hope had waned
until forlorn, and there was no
more hope, came conquering he-1
roes on the shores and beaches,
Behold! America! Yes, thou-'
sands hundreds of thousands
well-armed deliverers from the
world's worst catastrophe. Strike
up the band! My country 'tis of.
thee! Oh, what a grand destiny
fulfilled. The Atlantic Charter
, has its first opportunity to be
put into practice and the corn-
By ABE ARONOVITZ
manding general issues an or-
der"Banish the concentration
camps! Free the innocent!"
Look down that distant road.
See the tramp, tramp, tramp of
the men, women and children
Jews and alldestiny fulfilled
singing as they march with an
intoned voice of mourning, "Eli!
Eli! Eli!, Lord God, thank thee
for thy mercy"marching back
to their homes, a place to eat
and sleep, an opportunity to earn
a livelihood and to worship as
There among those hundreds
of thousands of American sol-
diers, a boy from Brooklyn ob-
tains permission from his com-
manding officer to attend serv-
ices at the synagogue Saurday
morningcalled by the natives
to give thanks for such deliver-
ance. Jews congregated from
Algiers, Morocco, Casablanca,
French, German, all having once
sought refuge and finding no
asylum until America arrived.
The boy, upon entering the
synagogue, was recognized as an
American soldier and all the
members of the congregation
lined up to shake hands with him
and then he was escorted to the
pulpit and there designated with
the high honor of carrying te
Torah to and from the Ark. Upon
conclusion of the services, the
whole congregation, as if by one
voice, sought to touch him and
thereby to pay homage to
America. A great debate took
place among all the members of
the congregation and it seemed
the young man, who did not un-
derstand the language spoken.
that there was a very difficult
argument ensuing. After what
seemed considerable dispute, he
learned that they were seeking
to arrive at an agreement as to
which family should be his host.
Picture if you please, the proces-
sion down the muddy road wind-
ing away from the synagogue.
The host leading, the Brooklyn
boy following, and the whole
congregation trailing with tears
in their eyes and prayers on their
lips for America.
The Miami Service League en-
tertains all service boys at the
Y. M. H. A.fine, young, spirited
boys. They are the ones who
eventually will be sent all over
the world. They are the seldiers
and emissaries of the Atlantic
Charter. How little is the ef-
fort that is contributed by civ-
ilians to make these affairs pos-
sible. They are non-sectarian
and are open to all service men.
America recognizes no difference
in religious faith.
Sunday, Feb. 21. the Young
Mens Hebrew Association and the
Miami Service League is hold-
ing a Monte Carlo bazaar at the
Y. M. H. A. Hall. Civilians will
have an opportunity to meet the
soldiers, sailors and marines who
eventually will serve the great
cause in which our country is
engaged. Is it too much to ask
us to set aside just a little bit of
time for this purpose and to at-
tend in person? No, we can't
believe thisnot as long as we
can hear the Eli, Eli of those
tramping from the concentration
camps. Femember Feb. 21 is an
important date on your calendar.
The War Chest luncheon on
Tuesday, Feb. 9, which was in-
tended as the official closing of
the campaign, resulted in a
unanimous vote by all workers
present to extend the date of clos-
ing one week. The final total of
the Friday meeting, $297,559. is
just 64 per cent of the goal, and
no one present was satisfied to
stop at that point. A general
filling of optimism was evident,
from reports of divisions still
working but who had been un-
able in the short period of time
to complete their solicitation.
"The goal will be reached with
another week to work," was the
opinion on all sides.
Next Friday's luncheon is be-
ing furnished through the cour-
tesy of the Columbus Hotel. In-
cidentally, that corporation has
just increased its own contribu-
tion of $1,000 to $1,500. John E.
Shuey. manager, has served as
budget chairman of the Commu-
nity Chest, and has entire under-
standing of local welfare needs.
Many contributions already ac-
cepted are being increased with
supplementary contributions; cor-
porations which are making
large incomes through war-time
activities, and carrying a large
group of employes, are securing
complete co-operation from ex-
ecutives and employes. Many in-
dividual givers, whose manner of
living indicates comforts of lux-
ury, are being approached a sec-
ond time if necessary, and asked
to carry a heavier share of re-
sponsibility for those less fortu-
"Dade County dare not fail in
this War Chest campaign," stated
Frank B. Shutts. campaign chair-
man, "or we may never again
hold up our heads with pride of
citizenship." It means every man.
woman and child must have a
share in this giving to the War
Chest which takes care of the
needs of 22 Community Chest
agencies and 12 war relief or-
ganizations. If your contribution
has not been picked up, send it
by mail to the War Chest Office,
127 N. W. Second Street, or call
9-1491 and ask to have a solicitor
call. The time is short, but with
a strong pull and everyone help-
ing, it can be done, and the goal
STEPS TAKEN TO
EASE JEWS PLIGHT
IN NORTH AFRICA
London (WNS)The first re-
sults of the historic conferences
between President Roosevelt and
Prime Minister Churchill in Casa-
blanca on the internal situation
in French North Africa became
evident this week when High
Commissioner General Giraud
created a war committee to re-
place the French Imperial Coun-
cil, which had blocked the abro-
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Beth Sholom Sisterhood
sponsor a bir.go party a: the
center Sunday ening a: 6
unveiling and J lie iti n
of Beth ShoDom Cenl
na! Tablet will I 30
p. m. on Sunday F 21 The
tablet ls the donati n :" George
Cohen in memory of hiJ wife.
Mrs. Ray Cohen.
Special A. Dl J 3 Fitzgi raId
of :.r v the FBI
.>.;'.; be guest-speaker .*.
Sholom Forum on 7 .
mng. Feb. 16. H:i subject
be "The FBI In Tim< I War.'
A question period will :' Uow I
address. Harry Kohn is cl
man of the ri.:a:. unit-
tee which arrang -
ck in the synagogue. The
book to be reviewed by F.
Mas Spap:rc will be "The Song
I 3'rr.^i-j-.:-: by ?~*-.z Werfel
The regular m< eting I the n*-
terhood v.::: to held Wednesday.
Feb 17. at 2 p m in the Beth
David auditorium Mrs. Harry
Oliphant president will pn
a ;.--. F.- :r--r.r:
One cf a series of parlor meet-
Of a Z: ni 0 **
last week a: the home of
Mr and Mr, I- nil Hoiman.
Marv L --'' r
un and addreflKd the gat
B'NAI B'RITH GIRLS
The Br.i. B*rith Girls -ave an-
nounced that tbej under-,
taker. :' : U -c: :re
rk : the Juni r C ancil af-
fihated with the :' lerati a They
are also collecting I
for the Russian ''.:
7:^ Li 5 Auxiliary
I iti rial 5 Zed
ting W I
a ^t the synag gue 1545 S
w Third Stt I
A : : t.r.c :' ..-_ :'
eral membership of the Mi
Th v. a Am< ri-
car. .' pess. 1 ridge party
held Feb. 2
A large sum I
: r I 1 War Ef-
= fort Mr. and Mrs l "
- l the Bevedere H I
'were loots The c mmitti
".' A '.V.-..: r
A J 7 bio ?' E
ir.i F Shulman. Plans
aay evening. Feb. 14. at 8 o'clock
at the Beth David Talmud T
Harry Ifarkowitz president re-
quests all mei this
The second of a seri
reviews sponsor- I by the 1
David Sisterhood will tak
Monday evening. Fob. 15. at 8.15
::i-ro,-7, ,: 'pfiT,1!?! rSLl
The Greater Miami Har.;-. i
Mrs. A. R
1.000 JEWS REMAIN ALIVE
AFTER INVASION OF NAZIS;
FORMER POPULATION 86.000
Washington (WNS)Prior to
the Nazi invasion and dismember-
ment of Yugoslavia that country-
had a Jewish population of 86.000
Jews, including about 5.000 Jew-
refugees who fled to Yugo-
slavia from Germany. Austria
and thi r Nazi-occupied countries
in the hope of finding asylum
Today, according to representa-
tives "of the Yugo-slavia govern-
ment-in-exile, only 1.000 Jews
are alive in Yugoslavia.
A statement issued here this
week said that only about 220
Jews were able to escape from
Tug llavia after the Nazi occu-
r. Expressing the I
that the 1000 Jews still alive are
I danger, the state-
The details of the
bestial cruelty and sadism by
b the 85.000 other Jews were
slaughtered achieve a d<^.-
horror which numbs the mind.
"In 3 mia and Herzegovina.
Jews have suffered not only bo-
re Jews, but ali"
..-.- tr tra ; to the
Yugoslav cause But in tl
parti cf independent Cr
the i rterminati a ha
--.:- th r ugl It U in tl hands
.' a special section closed I
r. June 15 1>4I .t- tu.-k ':.-
- mpleted Apart :r n tl
aped to the forests and
Iful who for
Cr at : been a: led."
&. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE.
OPEN AT ii P. M
Friday- Feb 12Last Day
"A Night to
Starts Sat at 4:30 p. m. and
Sunday Thru Tuesday
and HIS ORCHESTRA
Singing Star of the
Jack Benny Radio
: r to their nat moon to apj.: iti
ntative Mrs Eva C barter ar.d to elect
.'-. .... -;; ... p.. .
n a very successful card'
singer and dancer, will pre-|l irty t
Dr A. Mukdoni will be j Sea Breeze Hotel w r tender I
the pr T. af- Plans tor a ] Id on'
fair will take r. Fel the lot ol the Daugr.v n I
14 it .' Miami Beach J Alt r. R ad and Second S1
LARGE SUM RECEIVED FOR
CHILDREN OF PALESTINE
--. 5 30 p m
place Sunday afternoon.
El( :' officers wi n M
~T~ F pr Mi Anne R
Dr. Samuel 1 first vice president: M
f rum this Sai ; Mn s
it 3:30 under t .
>' '- ted by Rabbi M M
at t. between ofi
D C. to ai
New York, N Y.Hadaasah,
' Zionist Organization
of America, announced hi re re-
thai it had received $2,400
. wi uld provide for the care
of 10 refugee children in Pa
for one year frfom the D S
and R H. G in Fi und I
- nt -
in Jem lich has I
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1943
ARE HIDED BV DEI
Washington (WNS)In ^
maternity ward of the Jewish
Hospital in shell-torn Cracow
early in the war. six babies u-
rived, all born to war-widowed
mothers. The nurses proudly un-
wrapped six large bundles of blue
canton flannel and out tumbled
complete baby wardrobes of 30
garments, from bootees to dresse*
and bonnets. The bundles bore
a red and white label, "American
There were smiles on the war-
wed and tragic faces of those
mothers for the first time
months."' the nurses told a rep-
ntative of the American Red
Cross who visited the nursen
that day In his report to Wash-
ington. this representative wrote:
Previously in the Jewish Com-
munity Center (of Cracow) I had
seen our American Red Cross
clothing and medication bein|
used Never have I seen more
gratitude nor greater need"
This is only one instanc.
which Jewish war refugees have
been helped by the Red Cross
in an extensive relief prograr.
that began with the invasion c'
Poland. Foreign war relief, like
all 1 : vices of the Amer-
!; i Cross, is supported br
the American people through
r contributions to this orgn
The Red Cross 1943 Wi-
Fund of $125,000,000 will insurr
ince of foreign war sen-
luring the next 12 month- ,
The will be held dunnj
March. ited by Preside::
as "Red Cross Month
The R. (1 Cross sent aid for toe
Polish and Jewish refuv
in neighboring countries
immediate ly after the start el
the war With the extension 0! j
; .ipation it became ;
to withdraw workers
and aid from the subjected coun-
U and to provide all the aid
ible to r.-fun<.
Mr M j Kriej
H. L n
od g Mond
Reports on sistei I
Jacob Ser. Club w rk
and new projects wen
DELICIOUS FRESD SMOKED WISH
RIGHT FROM THE SMOKEHOUSE
DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR
E GOLDEN 8EACD 2531
BLUE MARLIN FISHERIFS
1G7TH STREET AND CAUSEWAY N NDAMJ BEACH
Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street rHione 7-7725
Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sunday 1 From Noon
Cocktail Lounge .Fine Liquors and Wines
T* BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS Mil FROM MIAMI 0EACH
KEEPING HOUSE, helping
would realize that buaineaa girU
are not the only onea who some-
times get Headache and Tired
Achmg Muscle.. We home girU
often work just as hard and have
just aa many Headaches, just aa
many Stomach Upsets and get
just aa Tired. *
About a year ago, I first used
when I have Acid Indigestion!
The family 8aya I am iot
u.er to live with since I havj
known about Alka-Seltzer.
ZE^VeifyZ trit? ALK A"SELT.
ftK-. If not. why don't you eet
So? tetoda?:? ^^ P>W
60. Small package 30. also by
the glass at Soda Founta"
)AY, FEBRUARY 12. 1943
ISOCIAL ITEMS AND
A reception in the assembly
hall of the synagogue followed
the marriage ceremony of Lily
Alexander and Joseph H. Kline
at Beth David Sunday night.
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated
with over 300 guests attending.
lira. George Bloom, sister of
the bride, served as matron of
honor. Mrs. Jerry Alexander was
bride's matron. Other attendants
were Mrs. S. Chanin, aunt of the
bride; Rosetta M. Kline, sister
of the groom, and Mrs. Frank
Kline, mother of the groom. Miss
Phyllis Shulman, accompanied by
Miss Ruth Kendel, sang Be-
cause" and "1 Love You Truly."
Bennie Kovinsky acted as best
Out-of-town guests were Mr.
(yeoman in the U. S Coast
Guard) and Mrs George Bloom,
New Smyrna. Fla.; Mrs. S.
Chanin, B Chanin. Mrs. Mark
Donner, Macon, (la.; Henry Kline
and Dr. V. Spero. Philadelphia,
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kap-
lan, Ft. Wayne. Ind.; Mr. and
Mrs. M. Diamond, Atlantic City,
N. J.; Mrs. S. Poplier. Chicago,
111., and Mrs. P. Stone and Mrs.
B. Alpert, Columbus, Ohio.
The couple will make their
home in Cambridge, where Mr.
Kline is an instructor at the Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Tech-
groom's parents; Maj. Walter S.
Danuser and wife, Capt. and
Mrs. John Sawyer, Lieut. Nat
Pollock and Harry Richman,
Attendants included Mrs. Harry
Cohen, matron of honor; Miss
Katherine Peretzman, brides-
maid; Miss Shirley Jamison,
maid of honor; Miss Francis
Katz, bridesmaid; Jerome Evans,
best man; Al Grushow and Billy
Mishkin, ushers; Miriam Peretz-
man, flower girl, and Herbert
Schwartz, ring bearer.
Mrs. Evans is a graduate of
the Miami Beach High School
and Sergeant Evans attended
school in New York and is a
graduate of Columbia University.
Mrs. Evans was a civilian em-
ploye of the Army Air Forces.
The couple is residing at 1521
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Miss Lillian Peretzman of
Miami Beach and Sgt. Seymour
Harold Evans were married at
the Beth David Congregation
Jan. 17 by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
A reception followed the wed-
ding. Guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Evans of New York,
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated
at the Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meyer
Schaffer, 1637 S. W. Sixth Street,
at Jackson Memorial Monday.
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Max
Rossin took place Sunday at the
Jewish Cemetery, Woodlawn
Park. Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciated. Sidney H. Palmer of the
Miami Monument directed the
A memorial to the memory of
the late M. Ofsowitz was un-
veiled last Sunday. Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky officiated with the
service under the supervision of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Satin
of 625 Michigan Avenue an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Mary Ellen, Feb. 5 at St.
A daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Bennett Applebaum.
1721 S. W. 11th Terrace, on
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Koven.
1890 S. W. 21st Street, Miami,
will celebrate their 20th wedding
anniversary Sunday afternoon.
Feb. 14, from 4 to 6 o'clock at
the Coral Gables Country Club.
In the receiving line will be.
besides Mr. and Mrs. Koven.
their daughters, Barbara and
Dianne; Mrs. S. Feldman, Mrs.
Al Seiden, Mrs. P. Kutner. Mrs.
S. Koven and Mrs. B. Feldman.
Out-of-town guests who will
be present are Miss Ida Abra-
hams and Mr. and Mrs. L. Kutm r
from Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Feldman and Mr. and Mrs.
Hankin from Atlanta.
MlRS. HY COVERMAN
whose marriage was an event
of last month. She was the
former Miss Maine Adelman, i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
il NOW OR 100%
TAKEN BY THE
BUY WAR BONDS
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kovner
returned to the city last week
after an extended stay visiting
relatives and friends in California
Arthur Fagan and daughter
Brenda of Chicago is visiting his
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Fagan. They
will stay about two weeks be-
fore their return, where Mr.
Fagan is in the mercantile busi-
Harry Koretsky has returned to
Miami Beach after visiting in the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weintraub
spent some time here visiting
relatives and friends. They are
Mrs. Joe Jacobs arrived here
for a visit from New York. She
is stopping at the Cornell Hotel,
Miami Beach, and will be joined
by her husband next week. While
here she is visiting her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Gordon, who reside at
the Ponce de Leon Hotel.
Mr. ;>nd Mrs. Sam Silver. 120
N. E. 13th Street, have as their
house guest, Mrs. Silver's sister,
Mrs. Nathan Steinberg, of Bir-
mingham. She will be here for
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer,
1822 S. W. 12th Avenue. Miami,
have their son Lawrence visit-
ing them for a short stay from
Philadelphia, where he was at-
tending university. Upon his re-
turn he will enter the United
LAW ENFORCEMENT IS LESS1
SEVERE IN PARTS OF FRANCE
Washington (WNS)The en-
forcement of anti-Jewish laws is
less severe in those parts of
France occupied by Italian troops
than in territories held by the
Nazis, the Office of War Infor-
mation reported this week on
the basis of reports from Switzer-
"Whereas territories under Ger-
man occupation strictly apply the
anti-Jewish measures of the Vichy
government," the O. W. I. said,
"these measures are not being
taken in Nice and other cities
under Italian occupying forces;
in particular, the Italians are not
demanding the wearing of the
yellow star or the stamping of
the word 'Jew' on the identity
A Vichy broadcast reported
this week that Wilhelm Roths-
child, a member of the famous
Rothschild family, was taken
into custody by Vichy police
while attempting to cross the
frontier into Spain. Rothschild
left Germany in 1933 and set-
tled in the south of France.
FINLAND PLANNING TO SEND
DELEGATION TO AMERICA
WITH THE BOYS
Ruth B r o t m a n nationally
known lyric colortura soprano, is
inaugurating "Concerts for Serv-
ice Men" to be held at the Ver-
sailles Hotel Tuesday evening,
Feb. 16. The program will be
shared by the following noted
concert artists: Sgt. Bela Urban,
violinist; Mrs. Bela Urban and
Anyuta Melicov, pianists. Miss
Brotman will feature Viennese
Every Tuesday at 8 p. m. a
dance and entertainment for
servicemen is held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center Social Hall.
The Beth Jacob Service Club
holds open house every week-
day evening in the Beth Jacob
Community building. Refresh-
ments every evening. Musicals
on Sundays. Quiz program Tues-
days. Entertainments Wednes-
days. Musical appreciation Thurs-
days. Math classes by Principal
Charles Gluskey Mondays and
Beth Sholom Center service-
men's recreation room open every
evening. A planned program is
The Miami Service League
holds weekly dances for service*
men every Saturday evening at
the Y. M. H. A.
ATTENTION PUBLICITY CHAIRMEN
Due to the overwhelming amount of mail which is now
flooding the oost office, our readers report that the delivery
of The Jewish Floridian has been very irregular. To assure
prompt delivery. The Jewish Floridian has. starting with
this issue, set the dead-line for publicity release* Wednes-
day noon of each week. We ask that the publicity chairmen
co-operate with us in order to facilitate Jewish Floridian
The Miami Beach Service-
men's League has a planned pro-
gram every evening at their
center, 1711 Alton Road.
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fru ii or a I I Impel
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Stockholm (WNS) Finland.
one of Hitler's partners in the i
war against Soviet Russia, is
considering sending a delegation !
of Finnish Jews to the United j
States to refute charges that un- [
der Nazi pressure the Finnish
government resorted to anti-
Semitism, according to reports \
Finland is now seeking to im-
prove its relationships with the
United Nations in the hope it,
will gain sympathy at the post-
war peace conference.
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Realizing that the present crisis
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and activity, the arrangements
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eration is considering all details,
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will take place during the cam-
Mrs. Ben Bronston and Mrs.
Jos. R. Stein are co-chairmen of
the all-embracing division which
this year faces more trials and
tribulations than ever before.
Both are experienced in this type
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year and other organizations in
Their responsibility includes
the securing of suitable locations
and facilities for the holding of
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Sunday morning Brunches have
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day, March 20, at Temple Israel.
A huge victory ball is also in the
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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 7
LAST WEEKS EDITORIAL
An editorial appearing in last weeks
Jewish Floridian. titled "The J. E. A.." created
quite some discussion among those interested
in Jewish education in our fair community.
Some commented favorably and others
definitely to the contrary. There were those
who welcomed the opinion and others who
foresaw grave forebodings as its results. Many
admitted its facts but regretted the washing
in public. Needless to say, "the J. E. A.' was
back in the minds of the people, the top:c of
many a conversation and the knowledge of
those close to the scene of an impending
We are not looking forward to a long
drawn out series of answers and replies in
these columns. To this we will not become a
party. We are not creating a controversy to
The Jewish Floridian is unequivocally one
hundred per cent in favor of the J. E. A., its
plans and program. We have no bone to
pick with any individual. The Jewish Floridian
is interested solely in the success of the under-
taking and feels it is an incumbent duty to ride
over rough shod, if need be, the organization
or individual that stands in the way of progress
and success in this undertaking. We question
not the sincerity of these individuals or or-
ganizations. We do see the necessity of
an iron hand in the management and airec-
tion of the Jewish Education Association in
There is no subject, problem or undertak-
ing that is deserving and that has merit that
cannot be revived. Despite a previous fizzle
consult Webster1, despite much bungling
'consult Webster) and poor leadership, these
stumbling blocks and pitfalls can be turned
to advantage. Profiting by experiences, this
revivification can progress end result in a vast
improvement over previous attempts ... re-
sult in something concrete and substantial.
The J. E. A. needs to be revived. We say
iiis. all statements, by its leadership, to the
contrary. Its program must be one of action
and not alone of planning and maneuvering.
It ccn not proceed only on the theory I
by unanimous acceptance by ail concer
can it make possible its program of operation.
It must substitute an alternative plan to cover
these gaps on both a geographical coverage
and financial basis.
The E. A. must change its do-or-die
policy. The J. E A. must start its proaram if
only in a small way and by results win the
confidence, support and co-operation of those
dubious stumbling blocks.
The Jewish Floridian has refrained from
taking a know-it-all attitude. It has likewise
refrained from trying to dictate to one group
or another how to run its organization or to
suggest plans of operations. It has felt it the
responsibility of its officers and directors.
The Jewish Floridian feels that its duty lay
in pointing out faults, that corrected, would be
of communal value. Offering constructive
criticism, although criticism may be construed
as otherwise by those bias and prejudiced,
has always been an obligation.
Butwhen so vital a cause is involved
where so important an undertaking is jeopar-
di2edwhere Jewish Educationsorely lack-
ing and truly needed, is at stake
Andwhere a board of directors composed
of some 36 members and capable men with
an excellent average meeting attendance of
25 will not awaken and go forward into action
after months of dilly-dallying
ThenThe Jewish Floridian feels it in-
cumbent to intercede.
We would very much like to see the of-
ficers and directors who have vested in them
a real and sacred responsibility, announce
definite plans that will evidence to Greater
Miami that there is a Jewish Education Asso-
ciationthat is functioning, that is operatinq
and supervising Jewish Education here, a Jew-
ish Education Association that will be a credit '
to our city and an example that will cause
all obstacles to fall by the wayside and unite
solidly our Jewish Education System
AN ACT OF MERCY
The announcement made last week in the
House of Commons by British Colonial Secre-
tary Col. Oliver Stanley that Bulgaria will per-
mit 4,000 Jewish children and 500 adults to
leave for Palestine was a heartening mani-
festation of Britain's intention to implement its
pledge to aid the Jewish victims of Hitlerism.
It was disclosed that the decision to send the
children to Palestine, presumably by way oi
Turkey, was reached after the long negotia-
tions between Britain and Bulgaria. Since the
latter country is in the Axis camp, Britain was
represented through a neutral nation.
At the same time Colonel Stanley an-
nounced that Palestine will admit 500 Jewish
children from Rumania and Hungary instead
of 270 children from these countries. These
announcements, coming after repeated de-
mands by members of parliament, the clergy
and press for Britain to offer sanctuary to Jews
able to escape from Nazi-blighted countries
are hopeful signs for the future. The numbers
of Jewish victims now being aided are piti-
fully insignificant. However, the door has
been opened slightly.
The task of rescuing hundreds of thousands
of Jews from Nazi countries is not the duty of
Britain alone or of the United States alone. Il
is the inescapable task of all the United States
The rescue of the 4,500 Jews from Bulqaria.
pleasing as it is, is but a small dent in the
tremendous world-wide job of rescue. We call
upon the United Nations to take joint counsel,
and jointly formulate plans for the salvation
of hundreds of thousands more.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
____By PHTNEAS I. NRON-
The Western world was supposed to have
been growing more and more civilized, de-
cent and humane since about the time of the
American Revolution. And. indeed, most of
it was. including Germany.
It remained for Adolf Hitler, whom Winston
Churchill once called a bloodthirsty gutter-
snipe, to reintroduce to the Western world the
old practice of mass murder of the objects of
one's hatred. Because Hitler hates the Jews,
he has now caused the deaths of an esti-
ted 2.000.000 Jews inside his empire, and
is trankly determined to exterminate the re-
Some of the Nazis' methods of murderinq
Jews remind one of Nero of Tiberius aided by
moaern scientific and medical knowledqe
about as horrible a perversion of science and
meciane as can be imagined.
One measure of this brutality now runninq
not in the Western world is to be found in the
fact that, in our time, comparable cruelties
have been inflicted on human beings only bv
members of a still half-savage Onential race
namely, by Japanese soldiers gone berserk at
Nanking and Hong Kong.
The Allied nations are doing everythinq in
Aeir power to halt Hitler's persecution of the
Jews. It is questionable whether the Allies
can carry fire and sword to the citadel of ffiJ
lers power before Hitler can wipe out most
of the Jews remaining within his reach.
We can still hope, however, that the old
law of compensation will work out in this case
in its own time. That means we are enUted
to hope that mis historic crime ffjfj
jus. retribution, and that the Jewish raceTome
how, sometime, will reap happinei 1
portion to the miseries which have been"?ted
upon it by this fanatic and his followers
made application for Certificate of War Nece8
SAftS ET &aonyh^,ion8 fro
mate of needs for \^o2 of F^at
pending receipt of his certificate Thl 5 Y
station, after honoring the "no7e*: wffl J2S
U o the ration boara in lieToi .EVK2
WE'RE TELLING YOU .
Drew Pearson, the Washington Merry-Go-Round scoopst*
pointed out to us the other day that the proportion of Jew,
uY war service is considerably higher than their ratio to the
entire population of the country Trenton. N. J.. has g
Jewish population of 6.1 per cent, for example, while Trenton
Jews in the armed forces represent 8.4 per cent of the city,
total enlistment ... We hope you didn't mi the full-pag,
advertisement, sponsored by the Textbook Commission o|
The Protestant, which appeared in the Philadelphia Record
last week That ad showed a mass of terrified Jewish
faces, many of them looking more dead than alive The
caption that started off the ad read: "2.000.000 Dead Spe
To America." And the copy itself was the best we'n
ever read in denunciation of the un-American, unChristicB
phenomenon of anti-Semitism .
JEWISH ARMY MEN ...
Lisa, Sergio, one of radio's fastest-coming new commeB.
tators, who commands an ever-growing audience for he
daily broadcasts on WQXR. is a Catholic who spent seTeral
years in an Italian convent That doesn't prevent be
from being one of the most ardent supporters of the Jewisi
Army project And she spends a great deal of her tirr*
arguing in its favor and answering objections to it brought
forward by her Jewish friends Pierre van Paassen, who
recently resigned from the Jewish Army Committee, is no*
under medical treatment at the New Rochell Hospital ,
We wish him a quick and complete recovery Which re-
minds us that the Jewish Frontier's recent editorial abou:
the silence of the Christian world in the face of Hitler's carr.
paign to exterminate Europe's Jews contains many passages
that were lifted bodily from Van Paassen's famous "Appec
to the Conscience of America." which was published througt
out the country some months ago.
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
The Committee of Jewish Writers and Artists is prepc
ing the publication of a Black Book ... In that book wil
be recorded the full story of Hitler's war-to-the-death againr
the Jews all over Europe The chapters revealing the
dreadful truth of what took place in the Nazi-occupied secla
of Soviet Russia will be supplied by the Russian governme:
which, we are told, has collected most complete statute
and data on that subject From Eretz Israel comes a stor
which indicates that not all of Hitler's second victimsthi
Poleshave as yet grasped the lesson of this war .'
seems that a detachment of the Free Polish Army now sfc
tioned in Palestine was billeted on Tel Aviv Tie dl-
Jewish city gave the Poles an official welcome, vr the
mayor making a speech in which he urged the boys to sake
themselves at home Well, some of the boys, looking
around the avenues of Tel Aviv and seeing so many of the
faces they had been used to seeing in the ghettos of the Polst
cities, began to act as if they were back in the Poland of the
years when the Jews of that country suffered many indigiu
ties at the hands of their Christian countrymen A le*
was killed in the ensuing fracas, and some of Tel Attm
shops were looted .
STAGE AND SCREEN .
Sergeant Sidney Kingsley may be in the Army, but to
play, "The Patriots," is right in the groove, none th
With the success of Irving Berlin's "This Is the Army
as the goal to shoot at, impresario Billy Rose is planninq
super-production in honor of the other branch of the service
to be called "Here Comes the Navy" Getting ready te
an early visit to American Army camps in England are K
Jolson and Jack Benny It'll be Jack's first trip overseas in
this war Al's party will include his favorite accompani*
Martin Fried. 45-year-old ex-soldier who just qot his honor
able discharge from the Army ... In the Army now is Raphael
Hakim, one of the French motion-picture producing brothers
who have made Hollywood their headquarters in recent
L0" 'a La,fs! Hollywood star to plan an excursion into
the producing field is Edward G. Robinson
ABOUT PEOPLE .
of .hlaXMWern?',the mili,ary e*P*rt who foretold the futility
to Sp q me aLnd the ******* of R^ reslS,aDCe
QmSJEtmElfi ha! gone on record declannq **
Germany will be defeated late this year and that Japan wont
ger Arthur Szyk. whose horripilant caricc-
leaders appear in the New York Post, is very
hn-es"of AxSXh ', ^^ SzYk- whose hompikmt caricc-
proud of thP f^u" W" in ,he New York Post, is very
honsof Nain* ^lu*? lQpanese u8ed ne of his P**"*"
showed Deo.t Z .** wn Propaganda The cartoon
SwTnL mtallT^9 a Nazi e"te guard uniform ...a*
PhiliSnes rJl P1t1 f down o American troops in *
get sPcPa"eed%oPTearbly ^ *? Ya( rf
comina th* ri.wHv ,xer *nmy Ross, who is fast bt-
South9Pacmc arLPndLa!ld & of Marine Corps in
knocking ou^ STS&S'J c h laureIs other dy *?
you must tLImilPTft Samoan champion Barney
Par\s PerTo^' hejd ,he "^weight crown in the*
bought to n Hirff^. rm hia defter. Edwina. were
turn lorn h^ Somh Aby Wal,er WcneU on the latter', J
married to a Braz hanT^ "ft**1 Edwina' ?*
the interesting S J w[ ? Ri de ]aneuo ftfl
Moses. presSenTn? t W'nche11 met down there was Hub**
the name Cbsmdn.^ B!a!ilian Association &*
familiar tc, ESSf* ce,bulylicum Weizmann sound ataU
want to tell you is ^n! ^^ F* ol il doe8' but wha< fa
certain type of tJJ-tol ,Whole **** h the moniker ofj
f ROTf. FEBRUARY 12, 1943
* Jewish fhrkttun
1141 8 W. Thlr.l Street. Miami
J'BIMON Al'RIU Rabbi
^ WUy, 8:15 p. mRabbi Si-
mon April: "Our House of Wor-
ship." Congregational singing.
Saturday, W:00 a. mServices,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion
of the Week." Shalosh Sudas
5:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
50 8. W. 17th Avenue. Miami
JOSEPH B. 1LACKOVSKY, Rabbi
LEWIS (iREEN, SEXTON
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and
6:00 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonising: "The Portion of the
Week." Max Rifas and D. Singer,
hosts at Shalosh S'oodoss.
Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
6-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Racko-
lit N. K. lHth St.. Miami
RABBI JAOIS H. KAPLAN. Ili.D.
COLMAN A ZWITMAN. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi Jacob
H. Kaplan: "How To Build a
Temple." Temple Israel choir,
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
US N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
LOUIS HATMAN, Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max
Shapiro: "1933-1943Is the Dark
Decade Over?" Cantor Louis
Hayman, Beth David boys' and
girls' choir, Liturgical selections.
Mrs. Rebecca Meyers, hostess at
social hour; occasion, great grand-
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
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wiuih, Ave. A 3rd St., Miami Beach
MOSBfl MESCHBLOFF. R*hbl
Mai-rick MAMCHE8. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff: "Our Lincoln." Can-
tor Maurice Mamches. Commu-
Saturday, 9 a. m.Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Our Old
Home." Early Sabbath service,
7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon,
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of
the Week." Servicemen's Shalosh
S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schaffron.
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.
Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All
classes in synagogue building,
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
7S1 41at Street, Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. mRabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Two Emancipators,
Moses and Lincoln.", Cantor
Julius Rosensten chanting. Helena
Hostesses, social hour: Mrs.
Farkas and Mrs. Herman Bosch.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Service. Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei: "God's Sanc-
Adult classesJewish Science,
Sunday, 11 a. m., Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "A Child's Faith."
Daily services morning and
David Goldberg, 65 years old,
passed away from heart attack
Monday. He resided at 5100 Al-
ton Road, here nine years, com-
ing from New York. He is sur-
vived by his widow, Rosa, of
Miami Beach, and two sons,
Martin, of New York, and Ferdie,
of Miami Beach. Services at
Riverside Memorial Chapel were
held Wednesday. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman officiated. Inter-
ment was in Woodlawn Memorial
OF SHOLEM LODGE
1801 South Aixlri'WH Avenue
Ft. l.aii'liiclii].-. Fla.
Reform 8jrtlRKi>KiM' Serving Hollywood,
Ft. Laudardulo and llmwiiril County
SAMUEL HA I.KVI HAItu.N. Rabid
Sabbath services Friday 8 p. m.
Guest speaker: Edmund F. Kauf-
mann, former president Zionist
Organization of America and vice
president United Palestine Ap-
peal. Reception by Sisterhood.
Religious School. Sunday at 10
Sisterhood benefit social, open
to men and women, Monday, 8
Sisterhood niyht, Fort Lauder-
dale Service Men's Center can-
teen, Wednesday G to 11 p. m.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Kurlid Avenue, Miami Reach
ABRAHAM I) WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 8 p. m.Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman, representative Rab-
binical Association, Greater Mi-
ami, conducting services and
preaching on "Faith for the Day."
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, Center
choir, musical selections.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services
Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
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CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
535 N. W. Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
440 Knpttnola Way. Miami Rivich
Services: Daily and Saturday,
Jacob L. Andron speaking Satur-
Adult classes: Sunday through
Thursday, 6:45 p. m.
Mil Michigan Ave., Miami Beach
Services: Daily 8 a. m. and
Saturdays, 9 a. m.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
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 EEEP SPECIAL RECORDS.
PHONE 2114 1
FOR SPECIALLY PREPARED BLANKS AND YOUR
NEEDS WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF
The membership drive recently
instituted by Sholem Lodge of
B'nai B'rith to procure 100 new
members for the lodge in com-
memoration of the 100th anni-
versary of the founding of B'nai
B'rith, has resulted in about 15
new members already turned into
the B'nai B'rith office with many
additional applications already
procured but not turned in by
E. Albert Pallot, now a lieu-
tenant (j.g.) in the Navy, is chair-
man of this special drive, and
since he has been ordered to re-
port for service, President Louis
Heiman has appointed Harold
Turk as acting chairman to help
complete this drive.
Harold Turk, an officer of
B'nai B'rith, has been active in
B'nai B'rith affairs for several
years and was chairman of the
membership committee of Sholem
Lodge for the year 1942.
The following is a list of the
members of the membership com-
mittee who have already brought
in new members. This box score
will appear weekly in the Flo-
ridian until the end of the drive:
Nat Roth ......... 3
Louis Gordon.......... 2
S. B. Miller........ 1
Harold Turk ......... 1
Harold M. Blicher .......... 1
Samuel Getzug.................... 1
Aaron Edelman .............. 1
Milton A. Friedman............ 1
William Friedman 1
Al Pallot 1
Nat Blumberg ................. 1
David Brown 1
Morris Kronberg ....... ..... 1
Isaac Levin .......................... 1
Isidor Cohen 1
Editor's note: Soon a sizable
portion of your food dollar will
be spent under the point ration-
ing system. What is point ra-
tioning? How does it work?
How will it change your buying
habits' To assure its readers a
thorough understanding of the
new rationing plan, the Jewish
Floridian today begins a series of
five articles, each of which will
explain a different phase of the
America is the "bread basket
of democracy." Every day Uncle
Sam sends shiploads of food to
our fighting men and fighting
allies on all fronts.
We cannot send them much
in the way of fresh fruits and
vegetables and other foods. We
must send them fighting foods
canned, dehydrated, frozen, dried
in all the processed forms
American ingenuity has devised.
American farmers have done a
magnificent job of raising more
food than ever before in our his-
tory20 per cent more in 1942
than in 1939. Dade County farm-
ers have worked to produce more
food than ever before. But the
demands are greater. We must
ship 25 per cent of our food this
year to our fighting forces and
allies50 per cent of this year's
pack of canned fruits and vege-
Sharing with our fighters
means less for us. We must
share with them and with each
other. Rationing at home guar-
antees food for the soldiers on
the battlefieldfood for energy
and for combating illness and
Point rationing is the best and
fairest method of rationing canned
goods. Not only does it divide
up the total supply fairly, but
it gives you freedom of choice
among all the rationed foods. And
it makes possible the conserva-
tion of food supplies, by steer-
ing the demand away from the
scarcer items in the rationed
groups of foods.
Until now we have rationed
each product at a timesugar,
coffee, tires, gasoline. But canned
foods are not one product. They
are hundreds and hundredsin
hundres of brands, sizes, grades
and varieties. If we rationed them
the way we ration sugar and
coffee, we would need different
stamps for different products
hundreds of different kinds of
ration stamps. It obviously would
be too complicated for storekeep-
ers and the public.
There is not enough of these
commodities to give everyone a
fair share under the straight cou-
pon system. For instance, if we
rationed canned apricots the way
we do sugar, each person would
get a very tiny amountless
than an ounce a month.
And everyone doesn't use all
canned foods. Some prefer spin-
ach and string beans; some pre-
fer canned fruits. Others like
frozen dried fruits.
Under point rationing, every-
one will be able to choose the
rationed foods he likes best and
will get a fair share. All these
related foodscanned, bottled,
frozen and driedare grouped
and rationed together.
Each kind and size will be given
a point value by the government.
Foods that are scarcer than usual
will take many points. Plentiful
foods will take fewer points. In
this way, scarce foods will not
be used up right away. Low-
point values will encourage you
to buy foods that are plentiful.
Using low-point foods will pre-
vent using up your allowance too
From the Dade County War
Price and Rationing Board every-
one in Dade County will get a
ration book. The same point
stamps are good for any of the
point rationed foods. Everyone
gets an allowance of so many
points per month to use for the
rationed foods. This gives every-
one a fair share of the total sup-
ply of all foods in the group and
gives freedom of choice.
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and Social Science-, the Ameri- ^d of directors" of the
can Oriental S : J. E. A., to use y ..- words have
bpinozana. '"bungled" the J. E A.'
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eluding Mizrachi, Ladies Mizra- nar(* to make a lh;.
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Zionist District, wil] participate. ^-'"- you get about 25 out of
36 directors of an organization
egularly attend meetings and
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Yours very truly,
"Wa flatuiot h*v, aU we want
Frankkn D. p.,..,.~,-;
GIVES INSIGHT ON
JEWS IH v. inn
Boston CWNS)Asserting that
character the Jewish
'. rth Africa ha.- I
exaggerated I y anti-
>. miti rest." R Maillard
A giers rrespondent of
i cable 1
that High Comi
r Gen. Gii by no
ted that Genera I iiraud
N rth Africa thai thi J'
problem thi and
ir." The report that
. I Iiraud had stati I tl ti
the Jewish question in N
Africa was purely an inti
denied in some
The question of the Jews,"
Mr. S-' : ious one.
rding to an expert whose
work has been intimately I
connected with the administra-
of the native populationj
comprising about 90 per cent of
entire communitythe char-
ter of the Jewish problem here
has been greatly exaggerated by
anti-Semitic inter- -.- Hut it has
"The wi rst enei <>f the
J. v. re not tl ral ru
and Berbers wl
vast majority of the
' N : A::: ,. but
in i Fn m h col
rat writ Thi n
in 1 Euroi
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an : Frai
"hen it was poii
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It l not the business of
rest of the world.' G neral
>ud did say later,
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STEPS TAKEN TO
EASE JENS PLIGHT
11 HUTU AFRICA
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Cation of the anti-Jewish laws
In FYench Africa.
While it was not believed here
that the new war committee
would immediately order the re-
lease of all Jewish refugees from
concentration camps or abrogate
all the anti-Jewish laws, reports
from North Africa said that cer-
tain restrictions on the Jews had
been eased and that the anti-
Semitic, Fascist Service Order of
Legionnaires had been dissolved
by orders of the war committee.
Earlier In the week General
Giraud ordered the release of a
number of political anti-Nazis
who had been interned in con-
centration camps in North Africa.
Among those liberated was Dr.
Qeorg Levi, former Jewish Com-
munist member of the French
Meanwhile, information reach-
ing here this week offered a pos-
sible explanation for the reluc-
tance of certain French officials
in North Africa to annul the
anti-Jewish laws. These reports
said that immediately after the
American landings in North Af-
rica the French police raided
Jewish community offices in Al-
gers, Morocco and other cities in
North Africa and confiscated lists
of "aryanized" Jewish shops and
enterprises, which had been kept
up to date in anticipation of the
day of liberation.
According to these reports the
names of many important French
military, and civilian officials
were on the lists as having been
named "trustees" of enterprises
confiscated from the Jews. The
abrogation of the anti-Jewish
laws, it was said, would require
these pro-Vichy French officials
to return to the Jews property
they now possess.
In Washington President Roose-
velt implied his satisfaction with
General Giraud's program to
solve the Jewish question in
North Africa. The president read
a London newspaper dispatch
which quoted General Giraud as
saying: "I have the Moslem prob-
lem and the Jewish problem and
I am dealing with both progres-
sively. I am not going to try
to solve them by a stroke of the
pen or a stroke of the sword. I
know North AfricaI have made
my career hereand I know that
too swift reversals in this coun-
try means trouble. I do not
want trouble. The only trouble
I want is for the Boche."
MANY PRESENT TO HEAR
RABBI'S FAREWELL SERMON
An overflowing audience filled
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center Friday night, Feb.
5, and Saturday morning at the
farewell services of Dr. Samuel
Bension, former spiritual head.
Mayer H. Frankel, president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
in the name of the congregation,
presented Dr. Samuel Bension
with a beautiful gold watch bear-
ing the inscription, "Presented to
our esteemed rabbi, Dr. Samuel
Bension, in appreciation of his
services and noble self sacrifice
in behalf of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center." Leo Robinson
and Samuel Friedland, first vice
president, also spoke in the name
of the congregation.
Dr. Bension leaves Sunday for
Washington, where he is com-
pleting arrangements to enable
his return to the Holy Land.
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Pvt. Louis Sirkin is on duty
with the U. S. Army in Texas.
He is a nephew of Jcannette and
Sidney Gellders and of Carl
Pvt. Harry Spiro is in train-
ing at the St. Petersburg Air
Force School. He is a nephew
of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick.
B'nai B'rith Lodge were hosts
at a servicemen's dance last Sun-
day evening at Sher Hall. A
large gathering from Boca Raton
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
was said to be dissatisfied with
the internal situation in Italy,
particularly with the lack of en-
thusiasm on the part of Fascist
officials for the Nazi-introduced
anti-Jewish laws. Mussolini's
action was regarded as a sign
of his intention to strengthen
Italy's anti-Semitic drive in ac-
cordance with Hitler's wishes.
(A different interpretation of
the Mussolini cabinet shake-up
was furnished this week by an
Associated Press dispatch from
Switzerland. This report quoted
Swiss observers as saying that
Count Ciano's new post as am-
bassador to the Vatican gave
Italy an opportunity to establish
channels for peace efforts. It
was pointed out that in Vatican
City Count Ciano might try to
establish contacts with represen-
tatives of the United Nations.)
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URGES NAZI TALKS
TO SAVE JEWRY
London (WNS)Sir William
Beveridge, celebrated author of
the "Beveridge Plan," which
would abolish poverty in post-
war Britain, called upon the
United Nations this week to ini-
tiate through neutral countries
negoiations with Germany with
a view towards rescuing from
extermination the Jews still in
Writing in the London Sunday
Observer, Lord Beveridge sug-
gested that the United Nations
ask Germany to permit the Jews
to leave all Nazi-occupied coun-
tries. The economist said that
the United Nations must make
this effort to save the Jews from
certain annihilation even though
Hitler may reject the proposal.
Lord Beveridge suggested also
that the United Nations now
make arrangements to resettle in
one central location the hundreds
of thousands of Jews who will
be homeless after the war. He
did not name any specific terri-
tory, saying only that a place for
the post-war resettlement of
homeless Jews could be found
without difficulty in Europe, Af-
rica or Asia.
Another proposal advanced by
Lord Beveridge called for the
United Nations to admit Jewish
refugees who succeeded in es-
caping from Nazi-occupied coun-
tries. The Allies should also ex-
ert pressure on neutral countries
to adopt similar policies, he
GIVE TO THE
PLANS ARE COMPLETED FOR
MONTE CARLO AT Y. M. H. A
Leo Ackerman and Dave Will-
ner, co-chairmen of the Monte
Carlo Bazaar to be held at the
"Y" on Feb. 21, report that all
plans have been practically com-
pleted. As previously announced,
this affair will be held under the
joint auspices of the Y. M. H. A.
and the Miami Service League.
The event will start at 5 o'clock
with a cocktail party. There-
after a cafeteria dinner will be
served. Unique events will be
featured during the evening.
The public is invited to par-
ticipate and admission is free.
NAZIS IN RUSSIA
GIVE UP TO JEWS,
I? ARE PROMOTED
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
officers of the Red Army, includ-
ing six attached to the medical
services, have been promoted to
the rank of general. Hundreds
of other Jewish officers and men
were honored with promotions
and medals for bravery on the
Stalingrad and Leningrad fronts.
The Jewish officers raised to
the rank of general in the Red
Army include Lieut.-Col. Maxim
Reiter, Lieut.-Col. Aaron Kar-
ponsov, Pytor Bialik, Michael
Gurvich, Meyer Slavin, Lipe Ko-
dorkov, David Entin and Abra-
ham Petukovsky, the last six of-
ficers being in the medical
branch of the army.
The Russian press paid high
tribute also to Benjamin Stradin.
Jewish commander of a Russian
guerrilla unit. As a result of
the activities of Stradin's band,
the local Nazi commander of-
fered a large cash award for his
capture. Stradin's reply was to
capture the Nazi commander who
offered the reward and the en-
tire local garrison. The site of
Stradin's activities was not dis-
0 OEM ORCHESTRA
TO PRESENT ALL
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra "goes Russian" in its
third subscription concert of the
season at Miami Senior High
School Feb. 14 at 4:45 p. m.,
Madame Maria Kurenko, Russian-
born soprano, to interpret arias
from Tschaikowsky and Rimsky-
Kurenko is scheduling two
major ariasthe "Letter Scene"
of Tatjana from Tschaikowsky's
"Eugene Onegin" and the aria of
Snegourotchka from Rimsky-
Korsakow's "Snow Maiden." The
orchestra plans to play the "Fan-
fare" by A. Liadow and A. Gla-
zounow, composed for the jubilee
in honor of Rimsky-Korsakov on
Dec. 22, 1890; Gliere's "Dance of
the Russian Sailor Jablotchko"
from the ballet "Pavot Rouge,"
Tschaikowsky's Symphony num-
ber 5 in E Minor. In addi-
tion the Russian-born composer,
Henry Gregor, now of the piano
department of the university's
School of Music, will conduct his
own "Four Arabesques" on Rus-
Madame Kurenko's latest im-
portant appearances have been
with the Philadelphia, Detroit
and Chicago Symphony Orches-
tras. Last May she sang with
Alfred Wallenstein and Deems
Taylor on the coast-to-coast radio
program, "America Preferred,"
for the treasury department. She
has appeared twice at the White
House; has made several volumes
of records. She currently is en-
gaged in a successful recital tour
throughout the east and midwest.
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000 souls b. I n Hitler, officially
I out of existence on January
| according to a statement pub-
i i in the Nazi press by Bal-
-ral for Vienna. The state-
that all Jewish
ions have been dissolved
re Hit -
Y. M. H. A.
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Z. pricg -< th- Com- -"- ~-r '
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A crowd of ov< r 150 ^|
tended the monthly general]
ing of the Y M H A J
Wednesday night. Feb 3 j
short business meetinc. ,_.
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was held, after w r N:,-Y"
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cellent musical review tj
one present voted this ir. i
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Cub Pack Oil To Good Str
Last Monday evi ning -
organization meeting cf
Mothers. Cub Pack Coasaft
I and Cub master and asMaj
hr-id at mm Y liri St,
Wetatem, newly appc
master, presided A pr< |
f the boys which will be m 1
. Friday afternoon. These sm '
;ngs will be held twice *-t
with the boys ar.d t
en, at which time thetr.
!rr.ake various projects wl
aril] display at their aasM
The "V" considers tb* crot
zation of this group of best I
10 and 11 years of age. m
standing achievemt r.: and ail
that all mothers and fatbtnil
have children of those jjet
join and take advantage
Miami Service Leago*
Or. Saturday nif I
areeh Pel 13.
j League will hold a VaJea
danro for the men in '-he an
I the "Y" bu.:dir^ S
elty dances and contest) ril
and prizes av I
nt will rx
of the Tri
On Monday ever :
the Miami Ser\-ice LeafB
be hosts to the men of*a
Bombardment Squadrct t
a] squadron dance tcbetaij
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dance> art- a 1
and have been very succat
Youth CouneU To IW
A meetmg of the i >'' ""'
committee of the J
Council of Greater Mianu
be held at the "Y" Sunday nt .
ing. Feb 14. at 11 c clock, m
beta of this c
asked to attend pn D
A new first-aid class for 'XQ
nan aril] be commenced >' :
V Monday evening. Feb 15
8 o'clock Miss Bean 0a* *
be the instructor
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have you ever heard of a d**
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Wednesday evening. Feb "a
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