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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 )
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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 16No. 11
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
Federation Workers (Volunteer for Forthcoming Drive
Organizational Details Completed
For Most Intensive Fund Canvass
In the History of Miami Federation
Gaining momentum with en-
thusiasm mounting as never be-
fore, the Greater Miami Federa-
tion is completing organizational
details preparatory to the launch-
ing of its 1943 campaign which
will raise the largest sum of
money that this or any other
community in the state ever se-
cured.
With but 10 days to go before
the opening of the campaign,
March 21, and lasting through
the 31st, more than 600 volunteer
workers have enrolled their
names to the roster, who will give
their time and effort to secure
the $135,977, the goal set for the
drive. The campaign, when com-
pleted, will furnish necessary
funds allocated to the 45 bene-
ficiary agencies of the Federa-
tion.
Pre-campaign activities have
aroused the interest of every
communal-minded Jew in the
area as sentiments evidenced the
past week all point to the most
successful campaign in the his-
tory of the Federation, which
makes the annual drive the
means of eliminating scores of
individual appeals and solicita-
tions.
Speaking at the Federation
Brunch last Sunday morning,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, chair-
man of the speakers' division, in-
troduced an outstanding Jewish
leader, remarking, "If I were
asked to name the two most out-
standing rabbis in the world, I
would have to mention the name
of Dr. Stephen S. Wise twice."
In his opening remarks, Dr.
Wise paid tribute to Rabbi Zwit-
man, spiritual leader of Temple
Israel, Miami's reform congrega-
tion, as one of the finest and
ablest rabbis in the country. Dr.
Wise, in a masterful plea, wove
a brilliant appeal to American
Jewry and Miami citizenry to
lend forth every effort to hu-
manity's greatest task to "Stop
Hitler Now." "Part of this pro-
gram is the necessity of furnish-
ing funds, the wherewithal to
stem the tide of this mass de-
struction," he stated, "furnish-
ing sustenance, relief and reha-
bilitation to the thousands under
Hitler domination."
Stanley C- Myers, campaign
chairran, briefly addressed the
gathering of more than 300 rep-
representatives of the Advanced
Gift Division, chairmened by
Herman Wall and Jake Felt. He
was followed by Benjamin Bron-
ston, president of the Federation,
who discussed the forthcoming
drive.
The excellent response to Sun-
day's meeting was followed by
a likewise demonstration by the
gathering at the women's rally
at the Mayfair Theater Wednes-
day morning. The division was
addressed by Albert Bernstin
following a showing of a film
depicting overseas conditions.
Wednesday night, at Temple
Israel, a smoker for the work-
ers of the men's division will
feature a program of entertain-
ment and refreshments in charge
of Harry Zukernick, Milton A.
Freidman and Harold Turk. The
division will instruct all work-
ers in, readiness for the drive.
Federation Sabbath, with pul-
will see representatives of Fed-
eration address worshipers with
pulpit exchanges in many in-
stances. Occupying the pulpit of
Beth David will be Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Stanley C. Myers;
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
Louis Heiman; Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, Ben Bronston and George
Chertkof; Schaarei Zedek, Rabbi
Simon April and Milton A. Fried-
man; Beth Sholom Center, Rabbi
S. M. Machtei and Maurice
Grossman; Temple Israel, Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky and Leon
Kaplan.
Morris Klass, executive di-
rector of Federation, announced
that the report meetings of the
campaign will be held at Temple
Israel. Time and other arrange-
ments will be announced next
week. Additional volunteers are
asked to call Federation office,
3-5411, where they will receive
information as to how they may
participate.
TOUR IS LAUNCHED
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RED CROSS OPENS
CLUB IN TEL
Washington (WNS)A new
American Red Cross club for
United States service men in the
Middle East will be opened in
Tel Aviv, Chairman Norman H.
Davis announced this week. The
opening ceremonies will be at-
tended by many American Jew-
ish men and women living in Pal-
estine.
The Tel Aviv club is the second
Red Cross club to be opened in
the Middle East, the first being
in Cairo, Egypt. The American
Red Cross operates similar clubs
all over the world in compliance
with a request by the war and
navy departments that it provide
welfare and recreation service for
the United States expeditionary
forces. Funds for this work will
be provided through the 1943
Red Cross War Fund campaign
for $125,000,000, which is now in
progress.
The Red Cross Tel Aviv Club
has sleeping accommodations for
150 guests. It also provides a
lounge, game, reading and music
rooms.
There will be classes, concerts
and dances. One of the most
popular features is expected to
be the sightseeing bureau. Guides
will be furnished for tourist par-
ties to visit interesting places in
the Holy Landthose associated
with Biblical times and those con-
nected with the pioneer efforts
of the "Halutzim" or Jewish pio-
neers rebuilding Palestine under
Zionist auspices.
Washington (WNS)A B'nai
B'rith-initiated tour of speakers
representing the United Nations,
to cover 20 cities throughout the
United States, will begin in Chi-
cago on March 30, it was an-
nounced here this week by
Henry Monsky, president of
B'nai B'rith. Arrangements for
the tour were completed follow-
ing conferences between Maurice
Bisgyer, national secretary of
B'nai B'rith, with representatives
of the United Nations, including
Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia. The
Netherlands, Belgium and Po-
land, and the United Nations In-
formation Office, acting for Great
Britain, China as well as other
governments.
Trie speakers participating in
the tour will travel in panels of
three, each panel appearing in
the various communities r^ler
the auspices of cosponsorinK or-
ganizations with B'nai B'rith.
Panelists will discuss the current
battles being fought through the
world and will emphasize the
need for serious thinking about
the post-war reconstruction era.
ANTI-SEMITIC LETTERS ARE
ORDERED TO BE SENT HOME
EMBASSY HERE DESCRIBES
NAZI MASSACRE OF JEWS
Geneva (WNS)Foreign work-
ers conscripted in France, Poland,
Holland and the other occupied
countries to work in munitions
plants in Germany have been
compelled to send violently anti-
Jewish letters to their families
and friends at home ,the Swiss
press reported this week.
The nature of the pogrom-
inciting anti-Semitic letters be-
came so bad, Swiss newspapers
reported, that the International
Red Cross, which supervises the
sending of the letters from con-
scripted workers, felt compelled
to protest and to threaten to re-
RESPONSE TO FUND
IS ENTHUSIASTIC
An enthusiastic response to the
Red Cross War Fund slogan,
"Give More, Give Double This
Year," is reflected in the con-
tributions announced today by
Oscar E. Dooly, jr., War Fund
chairman.
Two of the latest one-thousand-
dollar gifts announced by Sam
H. McCormick, special gifts
chairman, are those of John H.
fuseTo "transmit "these letters, atten' who resides at 5800 Col-
most of which were identical in 'Ilns Avenue, and George Brock-
mnuoe iway, well-known winter visitor
B B__________________ | from Cortland, N. Y.
Another winter resident who
doubled his contribution was Ir-
ving J. Reuter, splitting his $1,000
gift equally between the Dad*-
County and the Asheville, N. C,
chapter, the site of his summer
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan McCor-
mick of Miami were among other
contributors who "gave more
WARMING CURBS
SALE OF COODS
Washington (WNS)A harrow-
ing description of the brutal Nazi
massacre of the Jewish popula-
tion of Nalchik was made public
here this week by the Soviet em-
bassy. Details of the Nazi po-
grom were contained in an affi-
davit signed by a number of Nal-
chik Jews who were rescued when
the Soviet armies recaptured the
city.
"After daily pillage and mur-
der of Jews which went on for
Stockholm (WNS)As a re-
sult of the recent United Nations'' gave double."
warning that all goods confis-j Incomplete reports of the War
cated from Jews in Nazi-occupied Fund drive showed a total of
countries would be restored to $33,000,000, with many committee
them after the war, the sale of, chairmen not yet ready to make
such goods to nationals of neu- reports. One of the largest groups,
tral countries had reached the the Women's Division, under the
vanishing point, according to in- leadership of Mrs. Henry O
formation received here this Shaw, have just started their
week. I residential and outlying business
The Allied warning was trans- district solicitation with 3,000 uni-
mitted to neutral nations in the formed Red Cross volunteers par-
occupied countries through the ticipating.
consular representatives of the | "These incomplete reports of
neutral countries. Hitherto, it the drive in no way reflect its
was said, neutral citizens were actual progress," Chairman Oscar
the largest buyers and frequently Dooly. Jr.. stated yesterday,
shipped the materials they bought Mitcht. Wolfsoni chairman of
in the occupied countries to their
native lands.
The report said that the Nazis
had in the past realized consider-
the solicitors' group for Miami
Beach, announced that many of
the special gifts reported by his
committee were sent in without
able sums from the sale of con- solicitation and some of the con-
20 days, the Germans inaugurated fiscated Jewish possessions to | tributors had announced their in-
the wholesale shooting of Jews
still surviving in the city." the
affidavit said. "They took over
90 families outside the city and
shot them."
Among the signatories to the
affidavit were Benjamin Leviev,
90 years of age; Ivil Ifraimov, 74;
Levi Ashurov, 70; Pesakh Sha-
bayev. 69; Marie Moiseyeva. 81;
Bibi Davidova. 80; Isaak Libman,
82, and Posakh Ifraimov, 75.
HOLLAND'S JEWISH PEOPLE
VANISH FROM PUBLIC LIFE
London (WNS) The Nazis have
proclaimed that "the majority of
Jews have now disappeared from
Holland's public life," it was re-
ported this week by the Aneta
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BT NEWSPAPER
Stockholm (WNS) Pointing
out that only about 20,000 Jews
remain in Berlin, the Finnish
newspaper Sanomat declared edi-
torially this week that "we can-
not believe that the liquidation
of Europe's Jews is so impor-
tantif it is really a question
of practical measures and not
propaganda."
The editorial created a stir in
Finland since it marked the first
time that a Nazi policy has been
so openly criticized in Finland,
which is Germany's partner in
the war against Russia.
"It is surprising," the Helsinki
paper commented, "that the Ger-
mans still continue this program.
We should think that Germany,
in the midst of a raging war,
neutral nations. The cessation of tention of making further dona-
these transactions was reported
to be a blow to the makeshift
Nazi economy.
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
WALK OUT ON MEETING
London (WNS)A group of of-
ficers and municipal employees
of the town of Losser, which is
only a mile from the German
border, recently walked out on
an official meeting as a protest
against the refusal of The Nether-
I lands volks dienst to include
Dutch Jews in its benefits, it was
reported this week by the Aneta
news agency.
tions for the War Fund.
A letter from one contributor
stated. "I don't believe there is
any organization that deserves
the support of all the people more
than the American Red Cross."
PALESTINE IS NOT
OUT OF DANCER
Tel Aviv (WNS)The Hebrew
daily newspaper Davar called for
The Dutch Nazi newspaper. Het increased Jewish enlistments ir
Nationale Dagblad, in its Feb.
18 issue, described the meeting
held in the townhall of Losser,
where the N. V. D. representa-
tive, Ekkelboom, was explaining
the aims and working methods
of the organization
The head of the local ration-
ing service, Hartsendorp, asked
if the N. V. D.'s "Love" also ex-
tended to Jews. Ekkelboom re-
plied, "No."
Hartsendorp declared that he
would resign his membership in
the British army this week after
gointing out that the dar-er to>
alestine "has not yet been re-
moved."
Declaring that "nobody knows
what will come after the war is
over," the Palestine daily said:
"Let us not be deceived by the
fact that the enemy has been
pushed off our southern border.
The danger, though now farther,
has not been removed. It may
be opened from any side. Let us
also not be deceived by the ap-
the N. V. D. because Netherlands proaching end of the war. No-
Jews were excluded from sup- body knows when the war wifT
news agency.
The statement was made by
pits~ of"alf iocal houses of wor-1 the Zquaarte Soldaat, organ of would not have time to deal with
ship devoted to the campaign, I the Dutch Nazi Elite Guard. I such a second-rate question."
port, and 45 of the 60 present
joined his protest by walking out
of the meeting.
Remember Federation drive
starts March 21. Give once for
all for the 45 agencies included.
Be sure and be home when your
solicitor calls.
be over and what we are to ex-
pect at its conclusion."
To meet a growing shortage
of farm workers, the central com-
mittee of the Jewish Labor Party
demanded the immediate mobili-
zation of all Jews not eligible for
military service or agricultural
work.
FEDERATION GOES TO WAR
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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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SCHAAHEI ZEDEK
Tabstnd Torah Congregational
Schaarei Zedek is maintaining a
daily Hebrew School at the syna-
gogue, 1546 S. W. Third Street.
under the direction of Kabbi
Simoa April. Additional enroll-
iiint is accepted daily
A Porte buffet supper, spon-
sored by *e auxiliary, will be I
held at *e synagogue March 21.
Mrs. SL Miller is chairman, as-
sisted br Mm. P. Sokolaff. Mrs. |
Pauline Eappaport and Mrs. E. I
Gold.
A regular Meeting of the aux-
iliary will be held Wednesday at
2 oVtoook.
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
A tnro-honr professional floor
show will feature the annual
Purim Carnival of the Beth
Jacob Congregation to be held
Sunday evening, March 21. at
the Miami Beach Senior High
School Auditorium.
The third of a series of book
reviews, sponsored by the Beth
David Sisterhood, will take place
Monday evening, March 15, at
8:15 in the synagogue, at which
time Rabbi Max Shapiro will re-
view the recent book, "Menahem
UssishkinHis Life and Work,"
by Joseph Klausncr. Tickets for
the remaining two reviews can,
be purchased the same evening.
or by contacting the office.
Regular meeting of the Sister-
hood will be held Wednesday
afternoon, March 17, at 2:30
o'clock at the Beth David Audi-
torium. Report of various activi-
ties will be given.
The traditional Purim card
party will be held in Beth David
Auditorium Sunday evening,
March 21.
A regular meeting of the Beth
David Congregation will be held
in the auditorium Sunday eve-
ning at 8 o'clock with Harry
Markowitz in charge. Wives of
members are invited to attend.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
A general meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District will
be held March 17 at the Beth
Sholom Center, 761 41st Street,
Miami Beach.
In addition to an account of
the Beach district's activities,
Shepard Broad, president, an-
nounced that an interesting and
informative program has been
arranged for the meeting.
Dr. Z. I. Sabshin will speak on
a review of current activity of
the American Jews against the
forces of Hitlensm and Philip
Salmon on current events as they
effect Palestine.
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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CENTER
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin of Miami
Beach are announcing the. birth
of a son last Wednesday.
BAR MITZVAH
Glenn C. Mincer, assistant
county solicitor, will be the
speaker at the bi-weekly forum
at 8 p. m. on Tuesday in the
Ellis Room of Beth Sholom
Center. His subject will be "The
Benefits of Military Training On
Character." Mr. Mincer will an-
swer questions submitted by
members of the audience.
BEACH COM. CENTER
The celebrated piano team of
Braggaotti and Shaw will be pre-
ented ia a concert at the White
Temple Tuesday, March 16, at
8:80 p. sa. under the auspices of
the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center.
Ruth Brotma*. well-known so-
prano, who is in charge of ar-
rangements, announced that pro-
ceeds ktw the event will be con-
tributed for completion and main-
tenance of the social hall for
service men.
Music stores, the White Tem-
ple and the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center, 1315 Euclid I master oTceremonies* for the eve>
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG._
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, in conjunction with
the Sisterhood, will feature their
annual Pre-Purim ball with ela-
borate floor show staged in the
appropriately decorated Moose
Temple, 420 S. W. Eighth Ave-
nue. Miami. The affair will be
held Sunday evening, March 14,
under the direction of Leon Kap-
lan, general chairman, and Mr.<.
Goldie Mandel, co-chairman. The
refreshment booth will be set up
to provide buffet supper facili-
ties. Sidney H. Palmer, the
Avenue, all have tickets on sale
for the concert, to which the pub-
lic is invited.
SPINOZA FORUM
Mortimer May, president of
Southeastern Zionist Region, will
be (he guest speaker this Satur-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
the Spmosa Forum, under the
canopy, on the lawn of the home
of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th
Street, between Collins Avenue
and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach.
Dr. Morris Schneer will lecture,
at the Spmor.a Forum Wedneday j
evening, 7:45 o'clock, on "The
Change of Life "
Mr. Mortimer May's topic Sat-
urday afternoon will be "Pales-
tine: Today and Tomorrow."
ning, will direct the activities.
Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs. A. I.
Orlansky are in charge of the
Queen Esther contest.
General meeting of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will he held Tuesday evening.
March 16. at the synagogue. For-
mal acceptance of a memorial
window from Nathan, Jack and
Rachel Adelman, to be dedicated
in memory of their parents, will
be made at that time.
PALMER
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Edwin Curson will become
Bar Mitzvah at services at Beth
Jacob Saturday morning.
Eugene Arbib, Richard Tubis
and Morton Rosenthal will be-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning with appropriate cere-
monies at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
CEREMONIALS
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rohan. 1247
S. W. 23rd Street, took place at
the Jackson Memorial Hospital
last Sunday afternoon with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendnek
announce the approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Sophie,
to Melvin Englander, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Englander. The
ceremony will take place Sun-
day, March 14. at 9 p. m. at Beth
David with Rabbi Max Shapirn
officiating.
Miss Tendrich attended local
schools here as did her fiance,
who received his L.L.B. degree
at the University of Miami.
Friends are invited to attend the
ceremony and reception that will
follow After a short honey-
moon, the couple will reside
here.
PERSONALS
William Fisher and daughter,
Shirla. and son. Howard, are
sp< nding some time with Mrs.
Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Drewich of Miami Beach.
They are here from Monticello
and Mr. Fisher will join them
shortly.
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Meschel-
off were the recipients of many
congratulatory messages on the
occasion of their eighth wedding
anniversary Wednesday of this
week.
Mrs. Moses Pallot is recuperat-
ing at her home from an op-
eration.
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Robert P.
Baird are being entertained by
Mrs. Baird's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel S. Kershbaum of
the Balfour, 500 15th Street. Mi-
ami Beach. They are vacation-
ing here prior to Sergeant Baird's
attendance at Army Administra-
tion Officers' School at Gaines-
ville, Fla. Mr. Kershbaum is sec-
retary of the Miami Beach Zion-
ist District.
Maurice Levin and Sarah Ber-
man were joined in marriage this
week at the home of Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Mr. Levin is the
owner of the President Hotel,
Miami Beach.
RABBINICIAL ASSOCIATION
CHANGES PROGRAM TIME
Greater Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation has announced a change
of time and station for their
weekly program. Dr. Jacob Kap-
lan, rabbi emeritus of Temple
Israel, will inaugurate the change
and will speak over WQAM Sun-
day morning from 9:15 to :4sJ.
Investing in War Bonds today,
means the purchasing of freedom
for tomorrow.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1943
ADAR II 5. 5703
A PROGRAM OF ACTION
The Board of Deputies of British lews has
approved an eight-point program for the rescue
of millions of Jews from extermination in Nazi-
controlled Europe. The program was drawn
up by the board's joint foreign committee and
submitted to the British government for con-
sideration.
The proposals embodied in the board pro-
gram are practical, based on a realistic con-
ception of the current political situation and
the temper of the demoratic peoples of the
world, and, given the complete co-operation
of the United Nations, should go a long way
towards alleviating the plight of a people who
have suffered more bitterly and acutely than
all others. One of the main points calls for
the United Kingdom and other United Nations
to offer asylum to Jewish refugees who are able
to escape from Nazi countries. It is proposed
also that the United Nations use their influence
to urge the neutral countries of the world to
open their doors to Jewish refugees with the
understanding that the cost of maintaining the
Jewish refugees during the war will be borne
by the United Nations.
Hitler's proclamation to the Nazi Party last
week proved conclusively that mere words
will not deter Hitler from his oft-repeated de-
termination to exterminate the Jewish popula-
tion of Europe. The United Nations have
warned Hitler of post-war punishment; they
have threatened post-war retaliation. These
warnings are meaningless and impotent. A
concrete program of action has been advanced.
It is our hope that the British government will
demonstrate its intention to aid the persecuted
Jews by adopting some if not all of its points.
THE ATLANTIC CHARTER
In one of his most outspoken speeches
: President Roosevelt last week emphasized to
| the world that the global war waged by the
; United Nations "is not being carried on for
1 the purpose, or even with the remotest idea
of keeping Quislings or Lavals in power any-
' where on this earth." The president's forth-
; right statement helped to clear up the confu-
sion which resulted from the disturbing policy
: of retaining in power in North Africa former
j Vichy collaborationists. Mr. Roosevelt's speech
I showed us that this unhappy situation now
ostensibly corrected will never again be per-
mitted to arise.
The president went on to say that in
the post-war world all countries would be
free to decide their own form of government,
! in accordance with the terms of the Atlantic
! Charter. Mr. Roosevelt stressed, however, that
"the right of self-determination included in the
; Atlantic Charter does not carry with it the
| right to make slaves of its own people or of
\ any other peoples in the world." The presi-
j dent pledged that never again would the world
' permit the establishment of a Nazi or Fascist
or Japanese war lord form a government.
Mr. Roosevelt's speech gave little comfort
to the desperate Axis hangmen, but it will be
a beacon of light for the war-weary and op-
pressed people of Axis-occupied nations. The
president has given the persecuted and the
oppressed a glimpse of the new world. The
response will be overwhelming.
-TIDBrra FROM EVERYWHERE-
iPMcify eonpdentiat
___By PHINEAS J. WRON-
Remember Federation's Big Drive March 21-31
Be Home When Your Solicitor Calls
F
that will be played by the
artists.
This series will be opened Sun-
day, April 4. by Sergi nt Urban.
Tiii- >ther concerts will follow
at short intervals. Tickets will
i- available immediately.
For the past several months, a
committee of the V M. H. A.,
headed by Georgi C r.kof. has
been making plans and arrange-
ments for a ser.-
be held at the "Y." In making
these plans, the committee want-
ed to havi ul landing artisl
conduct : in a man- i i -ling
the pul lie 1
little cost.
a wide I i ommitti i
Jected the following:
Sgt. Ef'.a Urban, violinist.
needs n i introduction M
auri; H played
thousands of servi and
civilians.
Frank Edwin, "a local boy -.
made good." Edwin is a student
at the University of Miami,
majoring in music. With his
voice, he has made a gnat name
for himself in this area. He will
render selections of Russian
songs.
Allan Collins, cellist, plays
with the Symphony Orchestra at
the University of Miami and also
teaches the cello at the univer-
sity. He is will known to music
lovers.
One of the special features of
these concerts will be a narrator
in the person of Edward Clarke.
This narrating will be done "a
la Deems Taylor." Mr. Collins
will appear at every concert and
will explain the history of the
particular composers and con-
TICKETS FOR UNIVERSITY
CONCERT ARE NOW ON SALE
Tickets for the next University
. symphony conci rt. pre-
'' ha Kiman. violin go-
to I,.- held March 28. are
at the university,
229, telepl e 4-0801
p, 44 s. E. First
1849, and at the
War Ri liei Office, '214
ri Arcad 9-2201.
At the
toi last concert
of tl n April 18. went on
WELFARE BOARD EXTENDS
SERVICE TO ENLISTED MEN
New York (WNS)From an
urgent call for Holy Bibles for
the Holy Land is forged another
link in the ever-expanding chain
of overseas service developed by
the National Jewish Welfare
Hoard, it was made known
through the appointment of
Harry Davidowitz. a former
World War chaplain, as the
board's representative in Palis-
tine.
Great Britain has given asylum
to 100.000 refugees from Nazi-
occupied Europe and her colonies
have provided havens for thou-
sands more, according to an offi-
cial statement made public in
Washington recently.
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WAR AND PEACE ... ______________ .
Going the rounds are whispers that Archbishop Spellman's
visit to the Vatican via Madrid has something to do with the
Jewish refugee situation ... But they're without any foundation
whatsoever, so don't put any stock in them otto von Ham-
burg's SOS call for soldiers for his Austrian Legion u meeting
with no response at all It seems that the general run of po-
tential volunteers have a better memory concerning the Hapsburg
rule in pre-world-war-one Austria than the State Department
seems to possess Bernard G. Richards, who, as you remember,
was the secretary of the American Jewish delegation to that 1919
Peace Conference at Paris, is very much in demand as a speaker
now Jewish organisations interested in the mechanics of
Jewish representation at the coming world peace conference axe
eager to listen to Richards' inside story of his experiences .
MASS DEMONSTRATIONS ..
The Ben Hecht-Billy Rose memorial spectacle held at Madi-
son Square Garden this week was sold out two weeks before
curtain-time ... As a matter of fact, the committee for a Jewish
Army, sponsor of the meeting, had to return to would-be audi-
ence members more than $15,000 in reservation orders that it
was unable to fill The capacity audience at the American
Jewish Congress' Madison Square Garden demonstration last
week was overwhelmingly Zionistic One of the most stirring
moments of this great event was the ovation given to Dr. Chaim
Weismann. whom the twenty thousand people greeted by stand-
ing up and singing the Hatikvah as one man One of tha high-
lights of the meeting was the speech delivered by New York's
Mayor La Guardia, who expressed the sentiments of all present
(though some of the non-Jewish reporters covering tha meeting
didn't quite understand what he was saying) when he exclaimed,
with reference to Hitler's state of health: "Der Schlag toll ihn
treffen"with a perfect Yiddish accent ...
BROADWAY BULLETIN .
Latest project in which Prof. Max Reinhardt is said to be
interested is a Broadway production of Franz Werfel's "Song of
Bernadette" this summer ... It was Werfel. you remember, who
authored "The Eternal Road." the great Reinhardt production of
a few seasons ago And. speaking of Werfel, we may add that
we still place no credence in the rumor that he has become a
convert to Catholicism, even though a recent interview with him
again states this (but it doesn't quote Werfel himself on the sub-
ject) Leo C. Rosten's long-promised Broadway presentation
of his famous character. Hyman Kaplan, is on its way now. with
Charles Rabiner helping with the stage adaptation of the sketches
. Lem Ward, the young theatrical director who passed away a
few months ago. is mourned by many Jewish organisations for
whom he directed benefit affairs without chargenot only in
the days before he became a Broadway success, but even later,
when producers were besieging him with offers .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Moshe Shertok, political director of the Jewish Agency, who
is now in this country, recently amazed a Washington personality
who was calling on him ... In the course of succesive telephone
conversations carried on in the presence of his visitor Shertok
spoke not only English and Hebrew, but a most perfect Arabic,
French and Turkish Meyer W. Weisgal's many friends need
feel no cause for alarm While it's true that at the time of
writing he's in the hospital, he'll be fully recovered from a minor
operation by the time you read this We've just learned that
the house which now is the habitat of the Place Elegante, one of
the swanky night clubs, was the ome of Foreign Relief and Re-
habilitation Director Herbert H. Lehman four or five decades ago
. The committee in charge of the publication of the Max Nordau
biography tells us it's having a terrific rush of advance orders,
and advises all who want to make sure of getting a copy of the
book to write at once to Room 301. 386 Fourth Avenue, New
York ... To your list of memoirists add the name of Channing
Pollock, whose "Harvest of My Years" has just come out .

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
W:uh. At*. 3rd St.. Miami Btaca
MOSHB MESCHaTLOFF, Rabbi
MAlfRICK MAMCHBM. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff: "A Rabbi Looks at
Life." Cantor Maurice Manches.
Community singing.
Saturday, 8 a. m.Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "To a Bar
Mitzvah." Early Sabbath service,
7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon,
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of
the Week. Service men's Sha-
losh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel
Schafron.
Adult classesTalmud dally 5
to 6 p. bl, S. Freedman conduct-
ing. "Legends at the Talmud"
course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Mescheloff, week days 6:30 te 7
p. m. Bible study period, H.
Goldin, f 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
L.OUIS HATMAN, Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max
Shapiro: "A Decade of Service
The President Speaks." Cantor
Louis Hayman. Beth David boys'
and girls' choir. Liturgical selec-
tions. Reception following. Mr.
and Mrs. Max Halpern, hosts.
Aryah Gurkin, Yiddish poet, will
recite appropriate compositions.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
5:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
T17 N. B. ltta St.. Miami
RABBI JACOB H. KAFLAW. Ph.D.
Raahl aaerttun
Friday, 8:1* p. m.Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will introduce
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, noted Jew-
ish leader. Reception to follow
in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Wise.
Saturday, 11:00 a. m.Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
SCHAABE3 ZEDEK
1541 0. W. Third Str*et. Miami
SIMON APRIL* Rabbi
Saturday, 9:00 a. mServices,
Rabbi Simon April: The Portion
of the Week." Grandson of J.
Swiskow will lead Shachris
prayers. Shalosh Sudas. 5:45
P- m.
Daily services snorning and
evening.
ALCOHOLISM
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
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JOSKPII K. RACKOVSKY, Rabat
LEWIS OREEN, SKXTON
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
8:30 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,
sermonizing: "The Portion of the
Week." Shalosh S'oodoss. 5:45
p. m.
Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Racko-
vsky, conducting.
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
35 X. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos; Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
OBITUARIES
Jules Neubauer, 69, of 745 15th
Street, Miami Beach, died Satur-
day in a Miami Beach hospital
after a brief illness. He was a
regular winter visitor to Miami
Beach, coming here 20 years ago
to spend his first winter. He is
survived by his widow. Bertha;
one son, Edward Neubauer of
New York City; two daughters,
Mrs. Ruth Frank and Mrs. May
Burke of Long Island, N. Y. The
body was returned Sunday to
New York for funeral services
and interment under direction of
Palmer Funeral Chapel.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 8 p. m.: Rabbi Dr.
Jacob 11 Kaplan, guest speaker:
"What Makes a Man Great."
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and
the Center choir will conduct the
musical selections.
Saturday. 9 a. m. services: Dr.
Kaplan: "What Shall We Do?"
Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Street, Miami Beach
S. M. MACHTBI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Faith or Supersti-
tion?" Hostesses, Mrs. Mona Alt-
man, Mrs. J. Scheaffer and Mrs.
H. Schmerin.
Saturday, 9 a. m.Service, Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei: "Only Two
Tablets." Kiddush.
Adult classes: Jewish Meta-
physics. Sunday, 11a. m.. Rabbi
S. M. Machtei: "Preparing for
Tomorrow."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
lltl South Andrewa Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
Reform Synafoeue Serving; Holly-wood,
Ft. Lauderdalo and Broward County
SAMUEL HAL.EVI BARON. Rabbi
Sabbath services Friday I p. m.
Reception by Sisterhood.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood social, open to both
men and women, for the benefit
of the Red Cross War Fund.
Monday at 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Service Men's Center
canteen, Wednesday from 6 to
11 p. m.
. Buy War Bonds and
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A memorial to the memory of
the late Samuel W. Alpert,
whose family resides at 1624 S.
W. 20th Street, will be dedicated
with fitting ceremonies at serv-
ices conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro Sunday, March 21. at 2
p. m., taking place in the Jewish
Section, Woodlawn Park. The
Freda Markowitz Post, Jewish
War Veterans and Auxiliary, will
participate. All arrangements
are under the personal direction
of Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi-
ami Monument Co.
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
League Has Busy Week-End
The Miami Service League has
undertaken a yeoman's job for
the last few days of this week.
On Friday morning. March 12,
this league is sponsoring a send-
off party for 47 draftees at the
Union Bus Terminal. A com-
mittee of the league will be on
hand at 7 o'clock in the morn-
ing to give gifts to the boys who
will do our fighting.
On Saturday night of this week
the league will conduct its regu-
lar service men's dance at the
Y. M. H. A. This project has
been attracting boys from all
parts of Greater Miami, and from
the letters received from the par-
ents of these boys, they're ex-
pressing a great deal of satisfac-
tion for the fine service rendered
them by the league.
On Sunday night, March 14,
the Miami Service League will
hold a special squadron dance for
the men of the 40 T. S. S. of
Boca Raton Field. Chaplain Louis
Werfl will bring 100 Jewish boys
from the service to the Y. M.
H. A., where they will be enter-
tained by the Miami Service
League.
The ladies of the Miami Service
League are to be commended for
the splendid work they are doing
in behalf of the boys in uniform.
All this is made possible through
the splendid generosity and co-
operation of the Great Miami
Army and Navy Committee of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
Cub Pack Initiation
As was stated many times in
these columns, a Cub Pack was
organized some time ago by the
Y. M. H. A. This project takes
in boys of 9, 10 and 11 years of
age, who meet at the homes of
persons known as Den Mothers
and carry on a regular Boy Scout
program. For the past several
weeks the boys have been meet-
ing at the homes of Mrs. Aaron
Kanner and Mrs. Charles Fried-
man. The charter has already
been received from the National
Boy Scouts of America and a
formal initiation and presenta-
tion of the charter will be held
at the "Y" on Wednesday eve-
ning, March 24. More details in
this column next week.
Red Cross Project at "Y"
Many ladies are turning their
heads to the new American Red
Cross Work Room opened at the
Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567
B'NAI B'R ITH NOTES {
By PAUL WEITZMAN 1
The meeting of Sholem Lodge,
held last Saturday at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, was marked
by many interesting features, not
the least of which was the pre-
sentation of the one hundredth
application for membership.
Over the top with more than
100 members to celebrate 100
years of B'nai B'rith Service!
Much credit must go to Lt. E.
Albert Pallot, now at Dartmouth
University, being indoctrinated
with trie intricacies of navy rou-
tine and requirements, for his
part in putting the Anniversary
Membership Campaign in mo-
tion. And while the goal that
has been set has already been
attained, Harold Turk, acting
chairman, points out that the
"drive" does not end until Sun-
day night. March 28, and every
member is expected to continue
his efforts to bring in those ap-
plications for membership. Too
much cannot be said in praise
of the conduct of the campaign
and the efforts exerted by every-
one connected therewith.
It is interesting to note that
the local daily newspapers
deemed this Anniversary Cam-
paign of general news-interest
and have been giving space to
the progress thereof in their
columns. And while we're pass-
ing around credits, it would be
a dereliction to overlook the fine
co-operation and space given
B'nai B'rith by the "Floridian."
More important than the pro-
curement of so many new mem-
bers for Sholem Lodge is the fact
that the process of attracting men
to its standards has been con-
ducted in a manner indicative
of the dignity which befits an
organization of the calibre of
B'nai B'rith.
And to properly document this
auspicious occasion, let it be
shown that Dr. A. L. Sachar will
make a special trip to Miami at
the behest of Sholem Lodge and
warm us with his presence, and
enrich us with words and
thoughts that only he can so in-
imitably implant. Sunday night,
at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th
Street, Miami, at 8 o'clock, Sho-
lem Lodge will hold initiation
ceremonies for its 100th anniver-
sary class and, with the class,
Dr. Sachar will hold the center
of the stage.
Good things have to be shared
to be enjoyedit is sorrow and
grief that must be borne alone.
And so that many more than may
share with Miami the fertile ideas
emanating from Dr. Sachar. Louis
Heiman. president of Sholem
Lodge, has arranged for Dr.
Sachar to deliver addresses at
Tampa and Jacksonville.
Representative Speaks
A. E. Borland, from the A. D. L.
headquarters in Chicago, ad-
dressed the members of Sholem
Lodge for 45 delightful minutes
S. W. Fifth Street, for the mak-
ing of men's, women's and chil-
dren's garments. Sewing is done
by volunteer workers on Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays from 10:30 a. m. to 4
p. m. Workers may come in at
any time of the day for any pe-
riod. Red Cross pins will be given
for this voluntary service. To
meet the large quota of gar-
ments required in this humani-
tarian cause, many more workers
are needed, and the public is
asked to co-operate.
Y. W. H. A.
On Wednesday evening, March
31, the Y. W. H. A. will present
their annual "Evening With
Books." Several members of the
Y. W. H. A. will render short
reviews of books and they will
be discussed by the audience.
More details later.
that seemed to fly away. The
minutes were made swiftly fleet-
ing by Mr. Berland, who gave
many new members their first
insight into A. D. L. activities,
and many of the older members
serious food for thought. Not
everything that Mr. Berland said
was satisfying, in the respect that
there is plenty of agitation that
cannot but be detrimental to the
Jews. Whatever small consola-
tion could be drawn from the
situation is the knowledge that
the A. D. L. stands to offset, ex-
plain and expose vicious slanders
and libels by shining the light of
truth on sore spots.
Mr. Berland captivated his au-
dience by his pleasing person-
ality and the excellence of his
oratory and at the same time
concretely convinced the mem-
bers of his ability as an A. D. L.
representative for the Florida of-
fice, which is still without a re-
gional director. An attempt is
being made to have Mr. Berland
assume that office.
Rummage Store
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Sho-
lem Lodge is operating the Rum-
mage Store at 167 N. W. Fifth
Street, Miami. Discarded cloth-
ing and articles will be recondi-
tioned and sold as "used" and
"second-hand" merchandise. The
proceeds will be used for chari-
table and welfare work. Put
aside your "bundles" for the
Rummage Store.
Red CrossBlood and Money
This is not meant to "sell" the
Red Cross to anyone. The worth
and work of the Red Cross is
known to all. Now, more than
ever in its glorious history, it re-
quires the tools with which to
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FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 1943
TURKEY RECEIVES
PRIVATE LOOT
Geneva (WNS)Nazi officials
i the various occupied countries
1 Burope, now convinced that
Germany cannot win the war.
have in recent weeks been se-
cretly transferring huge sums of
noney as well as jewelry and
ther valuables to neutral coun-
tries, especially Turkey and
Spain, it was reported here this
week
Most of the funds and jewelry
seat by the Nazis for safekeeping
t* the neutral countries, it was
said, was confiscated from the
Jewish populations of the occu-
pied nations. Turkish banks were
said to be receiving unusually
large sums of money from Nazi
higher-ups in Slovakia, Croatia.
Rumania and Bulgaria.
Contributing to the Nazi panic
was the recent United Nations'
warning that all property con-
fiscated by the Nazis in the oc-
cupied countries would be re-
stored to their rightful owners
after the war
Nat Hankoff. Abraham Selevan
and Rabbi Jacob Andron. Two-
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raham Halperin, Harry Boden-
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B. Holman. One-year term:
Shepard Broad. Henry Unger-
leider, Archie Brick. Milton Sir-
kin, Joseph A. Berman and ex-
ecutive secretary, Daniel A.
Broad.
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week
The Hungarian Food Ministry.
the report said, last week issued
an order fi rbidding the baking
ot the traditional matzoths.
Leaders of the Jewish commu-
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influence to bring about a can-
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IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MART SCHREBN1CI. Representotivo
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein spoke
on "The Ancient Census of Israel
and Its Modern Interpretation"
at the services Of the temple of
Congregation Beth El Friday
night. Services were also held
Saturday morning at 9:30 when
Marvin Greon was confirmed.
Following the services, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Green served refresh-
ments to their many friends.
B"nai B'rith Lodge 1146 held
their regular semi-monthly meet-
ing Tuesday night at the home
of Martin Dubbin, 216 Valencia
Road. Election of officers took
place.
Regular services of the Re-
form Congregation Temple Israel
were held Friday night at 8:15
o*clock. Dr. Carl N. Herman of-
ficiated.
Cpl. Burton B. Goldstein,
Montgomery, Ala., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein of
Atlanta, formerly of this city,
Saturday was commissioned a
second lieutenant following com-
pletion of the officer candidate
course at the infantry school,
Fort Bennmg. Ga. He enlisted
Feb. 16. 1942 and served with
the Branch Immaterial Replace-
ment Training Center. Camp
Robinson, Ark., before going to
Fort Benning. He is a graduate
of Palm Beach High School, at-
tended the University of Georgia
and was prcsient and general
manager of the American Linen
Service Company. Montgomery,
before enlisting.
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ported here this week.
One report said that the Red
Cross, which is responsible for
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Palestine, has declared "unsea-
worthy" the vessels which had
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PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
GREATER miRITII RRR1V RHD HHUV tORimiTTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
SERVICE
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PR CTJ E C T
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. Chairman
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Ch*.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronston
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Korea
Harry Markowitz
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallach
Carl Weinkle
ABOUT OUR BOYS
LT. HARRY U. NEEDELMAN.
termer resident physician at
Riverside Hospital, was graduated
en Feb. 19 from the army's chem-
ical warfare school at Edgewood
Arsenal, Md.
The lieutenant was graduated
as t a led R-tor lan in a class of 106
army and navy officers, repre-
senting the United States, South
America and Alaska. He entered
service last Aug. 23 at Camp Ed-
wards, Mass., where he is sta-
tioned temporarily awaiting as-
signment.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Needelman, 659 Meridian Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, the lieutenant
has two brothers, Corp. Roy
Needelman, now on military duty
in California, and Sidney Needel-
of Miami Beach.
Service Men Bits
Miss Rose Levinsohn Lawson,
former Miami Beach resident, has
finished basic training at the Fort
Des Moines WAAC school and
has been assigned to the intel-
ligence division of the Army Air
Corps in New York. Miss Law-
son, a sister of Mrs. Victor Mell,
1836 S. W. Ninth Street, enlisted
at Charleston, S. C, where she
had been employed.
NATHAN ROBBINS was
among the 600 candidates who
have received their commissions
as second lieutenant at the army
quartermaster school. Camp Lee,
Ya.
In the Army Air Forces are
tfce Robbins brothersBernard,
Alexander and Ralph.
Farthest away from their Mi-
ami Beach home is CAPT. BER-
NARD L. ROBBINS. former
Beach physician, who is now
serving somewhere in Africa with
the Air Force command as a
group surgeon in charge of a
medical unit. He has been over-
seas since August, 1942.
Volunteering for service along
with his brother in May, 1942,
was LT. ALEXANDER ROB-
BINS. The doctor brothers for-
merly had offices together at 1100
Drexel Avenue. Now a flight
surgeon, Lieutenant Robbins was
graduated from the flight train-
ing school at Santa Ana and is
stationed in California.
Third of the Robbins is RALPH
ROBBINS. a reserve officer
aow attending Virginia Medical
School. Following the comple-
tion of his studios there he will
serve with the Air Forces.
Pharmacist's Mate First Class
Harry H. Bloom, 38, of Jackson-
ville, Fla., has received a com-
mendation from Navy Secretary
Knox for his conduct in "rescuing
the pilot from a plane which
crashed at the Naval Air Station
at Jacksonville." Bloom, who is
married and the father of three
children, enlisted in the navy a
year ago.
The letter of commendation
described Bloom's deed as fol-
lows: "When the plane crashed,
it caught fire about the engine
and wings, and the front cock-
pit was immediately enveloped
in flames, giving off an intense
heat."
ROLL OF HONOR
TECH. SGT.
ALFRED M. UNION
[EWISH SERVICE MEN
IN WORLD WAR 2
The part that Jewish
tervice men are playing in
the Armed Forces has found
expression in numerous edi-
torials and syndicated col-
umns and in statements by
public officials. It is your
patriotic duty to give in-
formation to this "Service
Parade" any interesting in-
formation about your boy
who is now in the Armed
Service. Send us his let-
ters, photos and his com-
nents. And remember we
want the Service Record
blank filled in. Do it now I
A newspaper of interest to the
friends of Lt. Norton Zuckerman,
now on duty with the American
Army Air Force in North Africa,
was received this week by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Zuckerman of Delray, Fla.
The caper had a picture of Lt.
Gen. Henry H. Arnold, chief of
the U. S. Army Air Force in
North Africa, talking to a group
of men, among whom was Lieu-
tenant Zuckerman. The news-
paper was the Egyptian Gazette
of Feb. 12, a four-page paper
printed in English.
The Permanent War Records
Committee wishes to particularly
thank Mrs. George M. Cohen for
the splendid work she is doing
to help in securing the Service
Record of the Greater Miami men
that arc on active duty. We are
also grateful for the news items
that she is securiAg for the Serv-
ice Parade page. Miami Beach
residents can give information to
Mrs. Cohen, who resides at 1520
Michigan Avenue. Give her the
news about your boy. In addi-
tion to the assistance Mrs. Cohen
is rendering this important com-
mittee, she is chairman of the
Victory Girls' Committee at our
Alton Road Service Club.
A former Philadelohia throat
socialist. DR. NATHANIEL
MARTIN LEVIN, has been pro-
moted to the rank of commander
at the United States Naval Air
Station, Richmond, Fla., where
he is head of the medical depart-
ment. His wife and two sons,
Barry David, 5, and Joel Murray,
2, live at 1948 S. W. 21st Street,
Miami. His brother, Donald La-
Vigne, lives at 570 N. E. 57th
Street.
STANLEY STERN
Stanley Stern, former Cameo
Theatre manager, now Army Air
Corps lieutenant, stationed at
Pendleton Field, Pendleton, Ore.
He received his commission at
Miami Beach and later had
chemical course at Aberdeen
Proving Ground, Md.
FORWARD MARCHl
Each week we will list in al-
phabetical order the names of
the men of Dade County who are
now. in the service of the United
States. This week:
Abbott, Bernarr L.
Abramowitz, Oscar.
Abrams, George.
Albert, David M.
Alter, Charles H.
Altman, Harry David.
Altman, Hy.
Altmayer, M. S.
Altmayer, M. S., Jr.
Aronowitz, Sidney.
Aronson, Leonard.
Auerbach, Louis.
August, Louis.
Averner, Herman.
Axelroad, Ben., Sr.
August, Leslie.
Augustine. Harry H.
Fill in the coupon at the right
and tell us about your service
man from your family.
HATS OFFI
to the
FIGHTING LIBERMANS
of Michigan
Seven of the boys are in
(he United States Army. Capt.
Louis is with the Air Force in
England, Lieutenant James is
a pilot, Lieutenant Ben is in
the Artillery and Peter, Sam,
Morris and Herman are all
non-commissioned officers. So.
we say "Hats Off to Mr. and
Mrs. Liberman of Manistique,
Mich.
Technical Sgt. Alfred M. Union
becomes the second name to be
placed on our roll of honor as
one of the boys who gave his life
in the line of duty in the present
World War. A young man of 35
years, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Union, 1312 Elrado Street,
Coral Gables, was first reported
missing in action under the Eu-
ropean battle area Jan. 3 and
word of his death was received
by his parents Feb. 9.
A military record dates 14 back
years when, at the age of 21, he
spent four years with the Flying
Marines on service in Nacaragua.
Upon his release, he joined the
Army Air Force for three years.
At the completion he took up
civilian life. Shortly after our
country's enter into the war, he
re-enlisted and in Feb., 1942, was
sent from Miami to Camp Bland-
ing with the Army Air Corps.
From there he was sent to Boise,
Idaho. Upon completion of his
training, he was sent into active
duty, where he saw action in the
Battle of Midway and the Aleu-
tian Islands, where he was cited
for bravery. Last September, he
was sent to England, where he
remained actively serving his
country until his death was re-
ported.
In addition to being a technical
sergeant, Alfred M. Union was a
radio operator and rear gunner
on a Flying Fortress.
He was married several months
before his re-enlistment and
leaves his wife, Florence, surviv-
ing him in addition to his parents
in Coral Gables.
Among Miamians who have
been commissioned recently as
second lieutenants at Fort Knox.
Members of the 20th graduation
class of the Armored Force Offi-
cers Candidate School, there,
they are: LIEUT. EDWARD
ISRAILS of 770 N. E. 75th Street,
and LIEUT. ARTHUR D. SLOTE
of 1255 N. E. 95th Street.
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
Three American airmen died
in line of duty in the take-off
crash of a navy plane in the har-
bor of San Juan, Puerto Rico,
on the last day of the old year.
They were Lt. Edward Mallory
Vogel of Erwin, Tenn.; Issie
Goldberg, attached to aviation
ordnance, of the Bronx, and Ed-
win J. Sipowsky, aviation ma-
chinist's mate, of Waukegan, I1L
Last Wednesday they were buried
side by side in the service ceme-
tery in Santurce. Officers and
members of their squadron car-
ried the caskets. Every member
of the squadron was present A
Protestant chaplain read the
service for Vogel, a Catholic
priest for Sipowsky, a Jewish
rabbi for Goldberg. The flag
for which they died flew over
each of them. To each of them
the navy gave honor. Their three
different religious faiths did not
divide them. Their common
faith, in their cause and in free-
dom, united them, as it unites
all the millions who wear this
country's uniform.
LT. WILLIAM E. JACOBY.
who won his wings as a bom-
bardier at San Angelo, Tex., last
month, now is stationed at Fort
Myers, Fla.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Jacoby.
470 S. W. 25th Road, he received
his second lieutenant commission
in artillery from the Florida R.
O. T. C. He was transferred to
the Air Corps shortly after Pearl
Harbor.
In his third stage of pilot traia-
ing. AVIATION CADET ROB-
ERT D. HAYS has reported to
the Army Air Forces basic fly-
ing school at Court land. Aria. His
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Des-
mond B. Hays of 900 16th Street.
Miami Beach.
A Miamian recently reported
to the naval school at the Butler
University Fieldhouse, Ind.. for
a 16-week course of training as
signalman was WILLIAM S.
WALLACH of 2037 S. W. Ninth
Street.
Name
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FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1943
HOW MUCH SHALL I GIVE TO THE
FEDERA TION CAMPAIGN?
Your Greater Miami Jewish Federation is Appealing to You This
Year for the Support of 45 Individual Agencies and Institutions
to Which You Would Give Separately : : : : :
Do Your Own Bookkeeping
PUT DOWN THE AMOUNT YOU WOULD GIVE TO EACH IF EACH HAD A SEPARATE CAMPAIGN .
CONSIDER .... ARE YOU GIVING ALL YOU SHOULD THIS WAR YEAR? ARE YOU GIVING FOR
THOSE WHO THIS YEAR ARE NOT HERE TO GIVE?......
OVERSEAS:
American Committee for Relief of Yemenite Jews $
American Friends of the Hebrew University $
American Fund for Palestine Institutions $
American ORT Federation S
Federated Council of Palestine Institutions S
Hadassah $
Hebrew Sheltering 4 Immigrant Aid Society $
Jewish Telegraphic Agency S
National Labor Committee for Palestine S
Pioneer Women's Organization S
Seminaries and Yeshivoth $
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL:
Joint Distribution Committee $
National Refugee Service S
United Palestine Appeal S
Yiddish Scientific Institute $
NATIONAL:
American Academy for Jewish Research S
American Jewish Congress ................ $_
B'nai B'rith Wider Scope ..................... $^
Conference on Jewish Relations $
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds $
Dropsie College ................... S
Graduate Faculty ol Political and Social Science $_
Jewish Braille Institute .............................. ......... $
REGIONAL:
Hebrew Orphans Home
Florida State Student Union
LOCAL:
Army-Navy Committee ol Greater Miami
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Jewish Education Association
Jewish Loan Fund
Local Refugee Services..............
Miami Beach Recreation & Character Bldg. Services
Young Men's Hebrew Association
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Jewish Ghautauqua Society ........................................._ $
Jewish Consumptive & Ex-Patientm Horn* $.
Jewish Consumptive Relief Society $
Jewish Information Bureau $
Jewish Labor Committee $
Jewish Occupational Council $
Jewish Publications Society $
Jewish Statistical Bureau $
Joint Defense Appeal $
American Jewish Committee $
Anti-Defamation League $
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital $
National Farm School $ .
National Home for Jewish Children S
National Jewish Hospital ............ $
National Jewish Welfare Board $

Your Grand Total Would Be $.
STUDY YOUR TOTAL. BEAR IN MIND THIS IS A ONCE-FOR-ALL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN
Give Liberally! Give Generously!
YOU HAVE TWELVE MONTHS IN WHICH TO PAY
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*•>• PAGE FOUR +Jewlsl>fk>rM**r FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1943 vjemst) ncridian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES II S W. SECOND AVENUE p. Q. BOX 2973 PHONE 2 -1141 %  stared as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930. t the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Managix* Edta* SUBSCRIPTION One Year. $2.00 Six Months $100 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1943 ADAR II 5. 5703 A PROGRAM OF ACTION The Board of Deputies of British lews has approved an eight-point program for the rescue of millions of Jews from extermination in Nazicontrolled Europe. The program was drawn up by the board's joint foreign committee and submitted to the British government for consideration. The proposals embodied in the board program are practical, based on a realistic conception of the current political situation and the temper of the demoratic peoples of the world, and, given the complete co-operation of the United Nations, should go a long way towards alleviating the plight of a people who have suffered more bitterly and acutely than all others. One of the main points calls for the United Kingdom and other United Nations to offer asylum to Jewish refugees who are able to escape from Nazi countries. It is proposed also that the United Nations use their influence to urge the neutral countries of the world to open their doors to Jewish refugees with the understanding that the cost of maintaining the Jewish refugees during the war will be borne by the United Nations. Hitler's proclamation to the Nazi Party last week proved conclusively that mere words will not deter Hitler from his oft-repeated determination to exterminate the Jewish population of Europe. The United Nations have warned Hitler of post-war punishment; they have threatened post-war retaliation. These warnings are meaningless and impotent. A concrete program of action has been advanced. It is our hope that the British government will demonstrate its intention to aid the persecuted Jews by adopting some if not all of its points. THE ATLANTIC CHARTER In one of his most outspoken speeches : President Roosevelt last week emphasized to | the world that the global war waged by the ; United Nations "is not being carried on for 1 the purpose, or even with the remotest idea of keeping Quislings or Lavals in power any' where on this earth." The president's forth; right statement helped to clear up the confusion which resulted from the disturbing policy : of retaining in power in North Africa former j Vichy collaborationists. Mr. Roosevelt's speech I showed us that this unhappy situation now ostensibly corrected will never again be permitted to arise. The president went on to say that in the post-war world all countries would be free to decide their own form of government, in accordance with the terms of the Atlantic Charter. Mr. Roosevelt stressed, however, that "the right of self-determination included in the ; Atlantic Charter does not carry with it the | right to make slaves of its own people or of \ any other peoples in the world." The presij dent pledged that never again would the world permit the establishment of a Nazi or Fascist or Japanese war lord form a government. Mr. Roosevelt's speech gave little comfort to the desperate Axis hangmen, but it will be a beacon of light for the war-weary and oppressed people of Axis-occupied nations. The president has given the persecuted and the oppressed a glimpse of the new world. The response will be overwhelming. -TIDBrra FROM EVERYWHEREiPMcify eonpdentiat By PHINEAS J. WRONRemember Federation's Big Drive March 21-31 Be Home When Your Solicitor Calls F that will be played by the artists. This series will be opened Sunday, April 4. by Sergi nt Urban. Tiii>ther concerts will follow at short intervals. Tickets will iavailable immediately. For the past several months, a committee of the V M. H. A., headed by Georgi C r.kof. has been making plans and arrangements for a ser.be held at the "Y." In making these plans, the committee wanted to havi ul landing artisl conduct : in a mani i -ling the pul lie 1 little cost. a wide I • i ommitti i Jected the following: Sgt. Ef'.a Urban, violinist. needs n i introduction • M auri; H played thousands of servi and civilians. Frank Edwin, "a local boy -. made good." Edwin is a student at the University of Miami, majoring in music. With his voice, he has made a gnat name for himself in this area. He will render selections of Russian songs. Allan Collins, cellist, plays with the Symphony Orchestra at the University of Miami and also teaches the cello at the university. He is will known to music lovers. One of the special features of these concerts will be a narrator in the person of Edward Clarke. This narrating will be done "a la Deems Taylor." Mr. Collins will appear at every concert and will explain the history of the particular composers and conTICKETS FOR UNIVERSITY CONCERT ARE NOW ON SALE Tickets for the next University symphony conci rt. pre'•' ha Kiman. violin go• to I,.held March 28. are • at the university, 229, telepl e 4-0801 p, 44 s. E. First 1849, and at the %  War Ri liei Office, '214 ri Arcad %  9-2201. At the toi last concert of tl n April 18. went on WELFARE BOARD EXTENDS SERVICE TO ENLISTED MEN New York (WNS)—From an urgent call for Holy Bibles for the Holy Land is forged another link in the ever-expanding chain of overseas service developed by the National Jewish Welfare Hoard, it was made known through the appointment of Harry Davidowitz. a former World War chaplain, as the board's representative in Palistine. Great Britain has given asylum to 100.000 refugees from Nazioccupied Europe and her colonies have provided havens for thousands more, according to an official statement made public in Washington recently. For IMMEDIATE PURCHASE Have high-class downtown delicatesen and restaurant business; excellent ir.oneyr; good buy. and priced right. Phone 3-7768 748 Seybold Building, Miami I WANT MY MILK BEFORE YOU BUY set LEON ELEIN METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beat Because Biggest But—Biggest BKIUM Bt Made From Fresh Oranges *nd B Sura It's FLORID 4 DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Deliven Viiit Our Farm at S200 N W 12nd Str-.t WAR AND PEACE ... Going the rounds are whispers that Archbishop Spellman's visit to the Vatican via Madrid has something to do with the Jewish refugee situation ... But they're without any foundation whatsoever, so don't put any stock in them otto von Hamburg's SOS call for soldiers for his Austrian Legion u meeting with no response at all It seems that the general run of potential volunteers have a better memory concerning the Hapsburg rule in pre-world-war-one Austria than the State Department seems to possess Bernard G. Richards, who, as you remember, was the secretary of the American Jewish delegation to that 1919 Peace Conference at Paris, is very much in demand as a speaker now Jewish organisations interested in the mechanics of Jewish representation at the coming world peace conference axe eager to listen to Richards' inside story of his experiences MASS DEMONSTRATIONS .. The Ben Hecht-Billy Rose memorial spectacle held at Madison Square Garden this week was sold out two weeks before curtain-time ... As a matter of fact, the committee for a Jewish Army, sponsor of the meeting, had to return to would-be audience members more than $15,000 in reservation orders that it was unable to fill The capacity audience at the American Jewish Congress' Madison Square Garden demonstration last week was overwhelmingly Zionistic One of the most stirring moments of this great event was the ovation given to Dr. Chaim Weismann. whom the twenty thousand people greeted by standing up and singing the Hatikvah as one man One of tha highlights of the meeting was the speech delivered by New York's Mayor La Guardia, who expressed the sentiments of all present (though some of the non-Jewish reporters covering tha meeting didn't quite understand what he was saying) when he exclaimed, with reference to Hitler's state of health: "Der Schlag toll ihn treffen"—with a perfect Yiddish accent ... BROADWAY BULLETIN Latest project in which Prof. Max Reinhardt is said to be interested is a Broadway production of Franz Werfel's "Song of Bernadette" this summer ... It was Werfel. you remember, who authored "The Eternal Road." the great Reinhardt production of a few seasons ago And. speaking of Werfel, we may add that we still place no credence in the rumor that he has become a convert to Catholicism, even though a recent interview with him again states this (but it doesn't quote Werfel himself on the subject) Leo C. Rosten's long-promised Broadway presentation of his famous character. Hyman Kaplan, is on its way now. with Charles Rabiner helping with the stage adaptation of the sketches Lem Ward, the young theatrical director who passed away a few months ago. is mourned by many Jewish organisations for whom he directed benefit affairs without charge—not only in the days before he became a Broadway success, but even later, when producers were besieging him with offers ABOUT PEOPLE Moshe Shertok, political director of the Jewish Agency, who is now in this country, recently amazed a Washington personality who was calling on him ... In the course of succesive telephone conversations carried on in the presence of his visitor Shertok spoke not only English and Hebrew, but a most perfect Arabic, French and Turkish Meyer W. Weisgal's many friends need feel no cause for alarm While it's true that at the time of writing he's in the hospital, he'll be fully recovered from a minor operation by the time you read this We've just learned that the house which now is the habitat of the Place Elegante, one of the swanky night clubs, was the ome of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Director Herbert H. Lehman four or five decades ago The committee in charge of the publication of the Max Nordau biography tells us it's having a terrific rush of advance orders, and advises all who want to make sure of getting a copy of the book to write at once to Room 301. 386 Fourth Avenue, New York ... To your list of memoirists add the name of Channing Pollock, whose "Harvest of My Years" has just come out -r+:.r."~' • .-r *5 ~*v;~7v-; "? ->• %  mm % % %  THE GA ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn IUBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? Mount Nebo is only 10 minutes from youi home by car. Easily accessible by bus to the cemetery in practically the same time. How Close to the Front Can You Get a Plot? Choice plots are available in Mount Nebo right in the extreme front of the groundsno t a half mile from the entrance. Does the Cemetery Have Walks? Or do people have to climb over graves to Mount iS POUT ET0rT P*f Pl? 2 MS w e u %  fro J ,t on a "*•• *<*> Pth. Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped?** n ? nkl.r. k Pt v £rMh 'ft* %  utoniauTiawn E '?"• You fould make no finer choice for your family. ^^ I Parpatual Car* Title Inauranca I s "'• may b purchase* on eonvanlant tar ma Business Office 1014 Olympic Blda. 3-5131 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU •"-.' "•:. *?B**a UHw m\ %  • % % % %  ';



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-•" PAGE TWO vjewistincrldliam FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES Il^aiWIIIMilMMIINa"**!** "•*> lai.miia.iMiuiiiuiiu; uimniuniMMMMI SCHAAHEI ZEDEK Tabstnd Torah Congregational Schaarei Zedek is maintaining a daily Hebrew School at the synagogue, 1546 S. W. Third Street. under the direction of Kabbi Simoa April. Additional enrolliiint is accepted daily A Porte buffet supper, sponsored by *e auxiliary, will be I held at *e synagogue March 21. Mrs. SL Miller is chairman, assisted br Mm. P. Sokolaff. Mrs. | Pauline Eappaport and Mrs. E. I Gold. A regular Meeting of the auxiliary will be held Wednesday at 2 oVtoook. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION BETH JACOB A tnro-honr professional floor show will feature the annual Purim Carnival of the Beth Jacob Congregation to be held Sunday evening, March 21. at the Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium. The third of a series of book reviews, sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood, will take place Monday evening, March 15, at 8:15 in the synagogue, at which time Rabbi Max Shapiro will review the recent book, "Menahem Ussishkin—His Life and Work," by Joseph Klausncr. Tickets for the remaining two reviews can, be purchased the same evening. or by contacting the office. Regular meeting of the Sisterhood will be held Wednesday afternoon, March 17, at 2:30 o'clock at the Beth David Auditorium. Report of various activities will be given. The traditional Purim card party will be held in Beth David Auditorium Sunday evening, March 21. A regular meeting of the Beth David Congregation will be held in the auditorium Sunday evening at 8 o'clock with Harry Markowitz in charge. Wives of members are invited to attend. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST A general meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be held March 17 at the Beth Sholom Center, 761 41st Street, Miami Beach. In addition to an account of the Beach district's activities, Shepard Broad, president, announced that an interesting and informative program has been arranged for the meeting. Dr. Z. I. Sabshin will speak on a review of current activity of the American Jews against the forces of Hitlensm and Philip Salmon on current events as they effect Palestine. SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS npM P i % %  %  i.wiiwwwiniiimBiiiirn"'ii*u"'iT MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG._ Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, in conjunction with the Sisterhood, will feature their annual Pre-Purim ball with elaborate floor show staged in the appropriately decorated Moose Temple, 420 S. W. Eighth Avenue. Miami. The affair will be held Sunday evening, March 14, under the direction of Leon Kaplan, general chairman, and Mr.<. Goldie Mandel, co-chairman. The refreshment booth will be set up to provide buffet supper facilities. Sidney H. Palmer, the Avenue, all have tickets on sale for the concert, to which the public is invited. SPINOZA FORUM Mortimer May, president of Southeastern Zionist Region, will be (he guest speaker this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Spmosa Forum, under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. Dr. Morris Schneer will lecture, at the Spmor.a Forum Wedneday j evening, 7:45 o'clock, on "The Change of Life Mr. Mortimer May's topic Saturday afternoon will be "Palestine: Today and Tomorrow." ning, will direct the activities. Mrs. Joe Zalis and Mrs. A. I. Orlansky are in charge of the Queen Esther contest. General meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will he held Tuesday evening. March 16. at the synagogue. Formal acceptance of a memorial window from Nathan, Jack and Rachel Adelman, to be dedicated in memory of their parents, will be made at that time. PALMER tuiM'ral Chapel iOO* W KACAH ST.' AMIULANCC SERVICE To assure your full regular supply ot Manl.ch.witx NVatxo and Matxo Products H* Passover, we urge that yo u place your order NOWl You'


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FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1943 ^Jew/sit fkj/H-ir PAGE SEVEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER miRITII RRR1V RHD HHUV tORimiTTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD SERVICE PARADE! A COMMUNITY PR CTJ E C T "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK. Chairman MONTE SELIG. Vice-Ch*. JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronston Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Korea Harry Markowitz Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallach Carl Weinkle ABOUT OUR BOYS LT. HARRY U. NEEDELMAN. termer resident physician at Riverside Hospital, was graduated en Feb. 19 from the army's chemical warfare school at Edgewood Arsenal, Md. The lieutenant was graduated as T a led R-tor lan in a class of 106 army and navy officers, representing the United States, South America and Alaska. He entered service last Aug. 23 at Camp Edwards, Mass., where he is stationed temporarily awaiting assignment. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Needelman, 659 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, the lieutenant has two brothers, Corp. Roy Needelman, now on military duty in California, and Sidney Needelof Miami Beach. Service Men Bits Miss Rose Levinsohn Lawson, former Miami Beach resident, has finished basic training at the Fort Des Moines WAAC school and has been assigned to the intelligence division of the Army Air Corps in New York. Miss Lawson, a sister of Mrs. Victor Mell, 1836 S. W. Ninth Street, enlisted at Charleston, S. C, where she had been employed. NATHAN ROBBINS was among the 600 candidates who have received their commissions as second lieutenant at the army quartermaster school. Camp Lee, Ya. In the Army Air Forces are tfce Robbins brothers—Bernard, Alexander and Ralph. Farthest away from their Miami Beach home is CAPT. BERNARD L. ROBBINS. former Beach physician, who is now serving somewhere in Africa with the Air Force command as a group surgeon in charge of a medical unit. He has been overseas since August, 1942. Volunteering for service along with his brother in May, 1942, was LT. ALEXANDER ROBBINS. The doctor brothers formerly had offices together at 1100 Drexel Avenue. Now a flight surgeon, Lieutenant Robbins was graduated from the flight training school at Santa Ana and is stationed in California. Third of the Robbins is RALPH ROBBINS. a reserve officer aow attending Virginia Medical School. Following the completion of his studios there he will serve with the Air Forces. Pharmacist's Mate First Class Harry H. Bloom, 38, of Jacksonville, Fla., has received a commendation from Navy Secretary Knox for his conduct in "rescuing the pilot from a plane which crashed at the Naval Air Station at Jacksonville." Bloom, who is married and the father of three children, enlisted in the navy a year ago. The letter of commendation described Bloom's deed as follows: "When the plane crashed, it caught fire about the engine and wings, and the front cockpit was immediately enveloped in flames, giving off an intense heat." ROLL OF HONOR TECH. SGT. ALFRED M. UNION [EWISH SERVICE MEN IN WORLD WAR 2 The part that Jewish tervice men are playing in the Armed Forces has found expression in numerous editorials and syndicated columns and in statements by public officials. It is your patriotic duty to give information to this "Service Parade" any interesting information about your boy who is now in the Armed Service. Send us his letters, photos and his comnents. And remember we want the Service Record blank filled in. Do it now I A newspaper of interest to the friends of Lt. Norton Zuckerman, now on duty with the American Army Air Force in North Africa, was received this week by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zuckerman of Delray, Fla. The caper had a picture of Lt. Gen. Henry H. Arnold, chief of the U. S. Army Air Force in North Africa, talking to a group of men, among whom was Lieutenant Zuckerman. The newspaper was the Egyptian Gazette of Feb. 12, a four-page paper printed in English. The Permanent War Records Committee wishes to particularly thank Mrs. George M. Cohen for the splendid work she is doing to help in securing the Service Record of the Greater Miami men that arc on active duty. We are also grateful for the news items that she is securiAg for the Service Parade page. Miami Beach residents can give information to Mrs. Cohen, who resides at 1520 Michigan Avenue. Give her the news about your boy. In addition to the assistance Mrs. Cohen is rendering this important committee, she is chairman of the Victory Girls' Committee at our Alton Road Service Club. A former Philadelohia throat socialist. DR. NATHANIEL MARTIN LEVIN, has been promoted to the rank of commander at the United States Naval Air Station, Richmond, Fla., where he is head of the medical department. His wife and two sons, Barry David, 5, and Joel Murray, 2, live at 1948 S. W. 21st Street, Miami. His brother, Donald LaVigne, lives at 570 N. E. 57th Street. STANLEY STERN Stanley Stern, former Cameo Theatre manager, now Army Air Corps lieutenant, stationed at Pendleton Field, Pendleton, Ore. He received his commission at Miami Beach and later had chemical course at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. FORWARD MARCHl Each week we will list in alphabetical order the names of the men of Dade County who are now. in the service of the United States. This week: Abbott, Bernarr L. Abramowitz, Oscar. Abrams, George. Albert, David M. Alter, Charles H. Altman, Harry David. Altman, Hy. Altmayer, M. S. Altmayer, M. S., Jr. Aronowitz, Sidney. Aronson, Leonard. Auerbach, Louis. August, Louis. Averner, Herman. Axelroad, Ben., Sr. August, Leslie. Augustine. Harry H. Fill in the coupon at the right and tell us about your service man from your family. HATS OFFI to the FIGHTING LIBERMANS of Michigan Seven of the boys are in (he United States Army. Capt. Louis is with the Air Force in England, Lieutenant James is a pilot, Lieutenant Ben is in the Artillery and Peter, Sam, Morris and Herman are all non-commissioned officers. So. we say "Hats Off to Mr. and Mrs. Liberman of Manistique, Mich. Technical Sgt. Alfred M. Union becomes the second name to be placed on our roll of honor as one of the boys who gave his life in the line of duty in the present World War. A young man of 35 years, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Union, 1312 Elrado Street, Coral Gables, was first reported missing in action under the European battle area Jan. 3 and word of his death was received by his parents Feb. 9. A military record dates 14 back years when, at the age of 21, he spent four years with the Flying Marines on service in Nacaragua. Upon his release, he joined the Army Air Force for three years. At the completion he took up civilian life. Shortly after our country's enter into the war, he re-enlisted and in Feb., 1942, was sent from Miami to Camp Blanding with the Army Air Corps. From there he was sent to Boise, Idaho. Upon completion of his training, he was sent into active duty, where he saw action in the Battle of Midway and the Aleutian Islands, where he was cited for bravery. Last September, he was sent to England, where he remained actively serving his country until his death was reported. In addition to being a technical sergeant, Alfred M. Union was a radio operator and rear gunner on a Flying Fortress. He was married several months before his re-enlistment and leaves his wife, Florence, surviving him in addition to his parents in Coral Gables. Among Miamians who have been commissioned recently as second lieutenants at Fort Knox. Members of the 20th graduation class of the Armored Force Officers Candidate School, there, they are: LIEUT. EDWARD ISRAILS of 770 N. E. 75th Street, and LIEUT. ARTHUR D. SLOTE of 1255 N. E. 95th Street. JEWS ON ALL FRONTS Three American airmen died in line of duty in the take-off crash of a navy plane in the harbor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, on the last day of the old year. They were Lt. Edward Mallory Vogel of Erwin, Tenn.; Issie Goldberg, attached to aviation ordnance, of the Bronx, and Edwin J. Sipowsky, aviation machinist's mate, of Waukegan, I1L Last Wednesday they were buried side by side in the service cemetery in Santurce. Officers and members of their squadron carried the caskets. Every member of the squadron was present A Protestant chaplain read the service for Vogel, a Catholic priest for Sipowsky, a Jewish rabbi for Goldberg. The flag for which they died flew over each of them. To each of them the navy gave honor. Their three different religious faiths did not divide them. Their common faith, in their cause and in freedom, united them, as it unites all the millions who wear this country's uniform. LT. WILLIAM E. JACOBY. who won his wings as a bombardier at San Angelo, Tex., last month, now is stationed at Fort Myers, Fla. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Jacoby. 470 S. W. 25th Road, he received his second lieutenant commission in artillery from the Florida R. O. T. C. He was transferred to the Air Corps shortly after Pearl Harbor. In his third stage of pilot traiaing. AVIATION CADET ROBERT D. HAYS has reported to the Army Air Forces basic flying school at Court land. Aria. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Desmond B. Hays of 900 16th Street. Miami Beach. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1943 vJewisti FhridUcui PAGE FIVE RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS BETH JACOB CONGREGATION W:uh. AT*. 3rd St.. Miami Btaca MOSHB MESCHaTLOFF, Rabbi MAlfRICK MAMCHBM. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: "A Rabbi Looks at Life." Cantor Maurice Manches. Community singing. Saturday, 8 a. m.—Services: Rabbi Mescheloff: "To a Bar Mitzvah." Early Sabbath service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon, Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week. Service men's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. Adult classes—Talmud dally 5 to 6 p. BL, S. Freedman conducting. "Legends at the Talmud" course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Mescheloff, week days 6:30 te 7 p. m. Bible study period, H. Goldin, f 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 L.OUIS HATMAN, Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max Shapiro: "A Decade of Service— The President Speaks." Cantor Louis Hayman. Beth David boys' and girls' choir. Liturgical selections. Reception following. Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern, hosts. Aryah Gurkin, Yiddish poet, will recite appropriate compositions. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 5:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL T17 N. B. ltta St.. Miami RABBI JACOB H. KAFLAW. Ph.D. Raahl %  aaerttun Friday, 8:1* p. m.—Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will introduce Dr. Stephen S. Wise, noted Jewish leader. Reception to follow in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Wise. Saturday, 11:00 a. m.—Services, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. SCHAABE3 ZEDEK 1541 0. W. Third Str*et. Miami SIMON APRIL* Rabbi Saturday, 9:00 a. m—Services, Rabbi Simon April: The Portion of the Week." Grandson of J. Swiskow will lead Shachris prayers. Shalosh Sudas. 5:45 Pm. Daily services snorning and evening. ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Troatod MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Iaotituto of Neurology N. MIAMI ATE. at 79th SL MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX .'.st S W. 17th Avenue. Miami JOSKPII K. RACKOVSKY, Rabat LEWIS OREEN, SKXTON Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m; Saturday 9:00 a. m. and 6:00 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." Shalosh S'oodoss. 5:45 p. m. Adult classes: Daily Mishnais, •-7 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting. CONG BETH ABRAHAM 35 X. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos; Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. OBITUARIES Jules Neubauer, 69, of 745 15th Street, Miami Beach, died Saturday in a Miami Beach hospital after a brief illness. He was a regular winter visitor to Miami Beach, coming here 20 years ago to spend his first winter. He is survived by his widow. Bertha; one son, Edward Neubauer of New York City; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Frank and Mrs. May Burke of Long Island, N. Y. The body was returned Sunday to New York for funeral services and interment under direction of Palmer Funeral Chapel. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor Friday, 8 p. m.: Rabbi Dr. Jacob 11 Kaplan, guest speaker: "What Makes a Man Great." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the Center choir will conduct the musical selections. Saturday. 9 a. m. services: Dr. Kaplan: "What Shall We Do?" Oneg Shabat, 6 p. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street, Miami Beach S. M. MACHTBI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.—Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Faith or Superstition?" Hostesses, Mrs. Mona Altman, Mrs. J. Scheaffer and Mrs. H. Schmerin. Saturday, 9 a. m.—Service, Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Only Two Tablets." Kiddush. Adult classes: Jewish Metaphysics. Sunday, 11a. m.. Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Preparing for Tomorrow." TEMPLE EMANU-EL lltl South Andrewa Avenue Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Reform Synafoeue Serving; Holly-wood, Ft. Lauderdalo and Broward County SAMUEL HAL.EVI BARON. Rabbi Sabbath services Friday I p. m. Reception by Sisterhood. Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Sisterhood social, open to both men and women, for the benefit of the Red Cross War Fund. Monday at 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Service Men's Center canteen, Wednesday from 6 to 11 p. m. Buy War Bonds and Insure Your Tomorrow. and REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Lease* B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 Ant FJIICAM BANK I TMJST€O. *lSt Nertheeet Flret Street Bisc.iync Boulcv.ird .it 77th Street p honc 7 7725 Dinners From 5 oHock Sundays From Noon Cocklai! LoungeFine Liquors and Wines TAKE BUS II FROM O0WN10*N MIAMI OH BUS Mil FROM MIAMI BtaCH UNVEILING A memorial to the memory of the late Samuel W. Alpert, whose family resides at 1624 S. W. 20th Street, will be dedicated with fitting ceremonies at services conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro Sunday, March 21. at 2 p. m., taking place in the Jewish Section, Woodlawn Park. The Freda Markowitz Post, Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary, will participate. All arrangements are under the personal direction of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ League Has Busy Week-End The Miami Service League has undertaken a yeoman's job for the last few days of this week. On Friday morning. March 12, this league is sponsoring a sendoff party for 47 draftees at the Union Bus Terminal. A committee of the league will be on hand at 7 o'clock in the morning to give gifts to the boys who will do our fighting. On Saturday night of this week the league will conduct its regular service men's dance at the Y. M. H. A. This project has been attracting boys from all parts of Greater Miami, and from the letters received from the parents of these boys, they're expressing a great deal of satisfaction for the fine service rendered them by the league. On Sunday night, March 14, the Miami Service League will hold a special squadron dance for the men of the 40 T. S. S. of Boca Raton Field. Chaplain Louis Werfl will bring 100 Jewish boys from the service to the Y. M. H. A., where they will be entertained by the Miami Service League. The ladies of the Miami Service League are to be commended for the splendid work they are doing in behalf of the boys in uniform. All this is made possible through the splendid generosity and cooperation of the Great Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board. Cub Pack Initiation As was stated many times in these columns, a Cub Pack was organized some time ago by the Y. M. H. A. This project takes in boys of 9, 10 and 11 years of age, who meet at the homes of persons known as Den Mothers and carry on a regular Boy Scout program. For the past several weeks the boys have been meeting at the homes of Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Mrs. Charles Friedman. The charter has already been received from the National Boy Scouts of America and a formal initiation and presentation of the charter will be held at the "Y" on Wednesday evening, March 24. More details in this column next week. Red Cross Project at "Y" Many ladies are turning their heads to the new American Red Cross Work Room opened at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567 B'NAI B'R ITH NOTES { By PAUL WEITZMAN 1 The meeting of Sholem Lodge, held last Saturday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, was marked by many interesting features, not the least of which was the presentation of the one hundredth application for membership. Over the top with more than 100 members to celebrate 100 years of B'nai B'rith Service! Much credit must go to Lt. E. Albert Pallot, now at Dartmouth University, being indoctrinated with trie intricacies of navy routine and requirements, for his part in putting the Anniversary Membership Campaign in motion. And while the goal that has been set has already been attained, Harold Turk, acting chairman, points out that the "drive" does not end until Sunday night. March 28, and every member is expected to continue his efforts to bring in those applications for membership. Too much cannot be said in praise of the conduct of the campaign and the efforts exerted by everyone connected therewith. It is interesting to note that the local daily newspapers deemed this Anniversary Campaign of general news-interest and have been giving space to the progress thereof in their columns. And while we're passing around credits, it would be a dereliction to overlook the fine co-operation and space given B'nai B'rith by the "Floridian." More important than the procurement of so many new members for Sholem Lodge is the fact that the process of attracting men to its standards has been conducted in a manner indicative of the dignity which befits an organization of the calibre of B'nai B'rith. And to properly document this auspicious occasion, let it be shown that Dr. A. L. Sachar will make a special trip to Miami at the behest of Sholem Lodge and warm us with his presence, and enrich us with words and thoughts that only he can so inimitably implant. Sunday night, at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th Street, Miami, at 8 o'clock, Sholem Lodge will hold initiation ceremonies for its 100th anniversary class and, with the class, Dr. Sachar will hold the center of the stage. Good things have to be shared to be enjoyed—it is sorrow and grief that must be borne alone. And so that many more than may share with Miami the fertile ideas emanating from Dr. Sachar. Louis Heiman. president of Sholem Lodge, has arranged for Dr. Sachar to deliver addresses at Tampa and Jacksonville. Representative Speaks A. E. Borland, from the A. D. L. headquarters in Chicago, addressed the members of Sholem Lodge for 45 delightful minutes S. W. Fifth Street, for the making of men's, women's and children's garments. Sewing is done by volunteer workers on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Workers may come in at any time of the day for any period. Red Cross pins will be given for this voluntary service. To meet the large quota of garments required in this humanitarian cause, many more workers are needed, and the public is asked to co-operate. Y. W. H. A. On Wednesday evening, March 31, the Y. W. H. A. will present their annual "Evening With Books." Several members of the Y. W. H. A. will render short reviews of books and they will be discussed by the audience. More details later. that seemed to fly away. The minutes were made swiftly fleeting by Mr. Berland, who gave many new members their first insight into A. D. L. activities, and many of the older members serious food for thought. Not everything that Mr. Berland said was satisfying, in the respect that there is plenty of agitation that cannot but be detrimental to the Jews. Whatever small consolation could be drawn from the situation is the knowledge that the A. D. L. stands to offset, explain and expose vicious slanders and libels by shining the light of truth on sore spots. Mr. Berland captivated his audience by his pleasing personality and the excellence of his oratory and at the same time concretely convinced the members of his ability as an A. D. L. representative for the Florida office, which is still without a regional director. An attempt is being made to have Mr. Berland assume that office. Rummage Store The Ladies' Auxiliary of Sholem Lodge is operating the Rummage Store at 167 N. W. Fifth Street, Miami. Discarded clothing and articles will be reconditioned and sold as "used" and "second-hand" merchandise. The proceeds will be used for charitable and welfare work. Put aside your "bundles" for the Rummage Store. Red Cross—Blood and Money This is not meant to "sell" the Red Cross to anyone. The worth and work of the Red Cross is known to all. Now, more than ever in its glorious history, it requires the tools with which to do its work. Money, as much as you can give, and blood, to save lives of sons, brothers, husbands and fathers. Blood donors are sought to make up the millions of pints of blood plasma required. Go to the Dade County Blood Bank, or call the B'nai B'rith office, 3-6391, and arrange to become a blood donor. It is a painless way of doing your share to save lives. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. W win 1 aaaudar rke Bv % % % %  a, Sar cask, of tcutfec five! %  artgagaa oa htnrti real uUU a* fta pulai ef a loaa. 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fKJemsti Filariidliiai in COMBINING YtiHB JieW'tiSilh VmSlty P9 VOLUME 16—No. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS Feder ation W orkers (Volunteer for Forthcoming Drive Organizational Details Completed For Most Intensive Fund Canvass In the History of Miami Federation Gaining momentum with enthusiasm mounting as never before, the Greater Miami Federation is completing organizational details preparatory to the launching of its 1943 campaign which will raise the largest sum of money that this or any other community in the state ever secured. With but 10 days to go before the opening of the campaign, March 21, and lasting through the 31st, more than 600 volunteer workers have enrolled their names to the roster, who will give their time and effort to secure the $135,977, the goal set for the drive. The campaign, when completed, will furnish necessary funds allocated to the 45 beneficiary agencies of the Federation. Pre-campaign activities have aroused the interest of every communal-minded Jew in the area as sentiments evidenced the past week all point to the most successful campaign in the history of the Federation, which makes the annual drive the means of eliminating scores of individual appeals and solicitations. Speaking at the Federation Brunch last Sunday morning, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, chairman of the speakers' division, introduced an outstanding Jewish leader, remarking, "If I were asked to name the two most outstanding rabbis in the world, I would have to mention the name of Dr. Stephen S. Wise twice." In his opening remarks, Dr. Wise paid tribute to Rabbi Zwitman, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, Miami's reform congregation, as one of the finest and ablest rabbis in the country. Dr. Wise, in a masterful plea, wove a brilliant appeal to American Jewry and Miami citizenry to lend forth every effort to humanity's greatest task to "Stop Hitler Now." "Part of this program is the necessity of furnishing funds, the wherewithal to stem the tide of this mass destruction," he stated, "furnishing sustenance, relief and rehabilitation to the thousands under Hitler domination." Stanley CMyers, campaign chairran, briefly addressed the gathering of more than 300 reprepresentatives of the Advanced Gift Division, chairmened by Herman Wall and Jake Felt. He was followed by Benjamin Bronston, president of the Federation, who discussed the forthcoming drive. The excellent response to Sunday's meeting was followed by a likewise demonstration by the gathering at the women's rally at the Mayfair Theater Wednesday morning. The division was addressed by Albert Bernstin following a showing of a film depicting overseas conditions. Wednesday night, at Temple Israel, a smoker for the workers of the men's division will feature a program of entertainment and refreshments in charge of Harry Zukernick, Milton A. Freidman and Harold Turk. The division will instruct all workers in, readiness for the drive. Federation Sabbath, with pulwill see representatives of Federation address worshipers with pulpit exchanges in many instances. Occupying the pulpit of Beth David will be Rabbi Max Shapiro and Stanley C. Myers; Miami Beach Jewish Center, Louis Heiman; Beth Jacob Congregation, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Ben Bronston and George Chertkof; Schaarei Zedek, Rabbi Simon April and Milton A. Friedman; Beth Sholom Center, Rabbi S. M. Machtei and Maurice Grossman; Temple Israel, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky and Leon Kaplan. Morris Klass, executive director of Federation, announced that the report meetings of the campaign will be held at Temple Israel. Time and other arrangements will be announced next week. Additional volunteers are asked to call Federation office, 3-5411, where they will receive information as to how they may participate. TOUR IS LAUNCHED Bl BUI B' RED CROSS OPENS CLUB IN TEL Washington (WNS)—A new American Red Cross club for United States service men in the Middle East will be opened in Tel Aviv, Chairman Norman H. Davis announced this week. The opening ceremonies will be attended by many American Jewish men and women living in Palestine. The Tel Aviv club is the second Red Cross club to be opened in the Middle East, the first being in Cairo, Egypt. The American Red Cross operates similar clubs all over the world in compliance with a request by the war and navy departments that it provide welfare and recreation service for the United States expeditionary forces. Funds for this work will be provided through the 1943 Red Cross War Fund campaign for $125,000,000, which is now in progress. The Red Cross Tel Aviv Club has sleeping accommodations for 150 guests. It also provides a lounge, game, reading and music rooms. There will be classes, concerts and dances. One of the most popular features is expected to be the sightseeing bureau. Guides will be furnished for tourist parties to visit interesting places in the Holy Land—those associated with Biblical times and those connected with the pioneer efforts of the "Halutzim" or Jewish pioneers rebuilding Palestine under Zionist auspices. Washington (WNS)—A B'nai B'rith-initiated tour of speakers representing the United Nations, to cover 20 cities throughout the United States, will begin in Chicago on March 30, it was announced here this week by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. Arrangements for the tour were completed following conferences between Maurice Bisgyer, national secretary of B'nai B'rith, with representatives of the United Nations, including Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia. The Netherlands, Belgium and Poland, and the United Nations Information Office, acting for Great Britain, China as well as other governments. Trie speakers participating in the tour will travel in panels of three, each panel appearing in the various communities r^ler the auspices of cosponsorinK organizations with B'nai B'rith. Panelists will discuss the current battles being fought through the world and will emphasize the need for serious thinking about the post-war reconstruction era. ANTI-SEMITIC LETTERS ARE ORDERED TO BE SENT HOME EMBASSY HERE DESCRIBES NAZI MASSACRE OF JEWS Geneva (WNS)—Foreign workers conscripted in France, Poland, Holland and the other occupied countries to work in munitions plants in Germany have been compelled to send violently antiJewish letters to their families and friends at home ,the Swiss press reported this week. The nature of the pogrominciting anti-Semitic letters became so bad, Swiss newspapers reported, that the International Red Cross, which supervises the sending of the letters from conscripted workers, felt compelled to protest and to threaten to reRESPONSE TO FUND IS ENTHUSIASTIC An enthusiastic response to the Red Cross War Fund slogan, "Give More, Give Double This Year," is reflected in the contributions announced today by Oscar E. Dooly, jr., War Fund chairman. Two of the latest one-thousanddollar gifts announced by Sam H. McCormick, special gifts chairman, are those of John H. fuseTo "transmit "these letters, £ atten who resides at 5800 Colmost of which were identical in I lns Avenue, and George Brockmnuoe iway, well-known winter visitor B B | from Cortland, N. Y. Another winter resident who doubled his contribution was Irving J. Reuter, splitting his $1,000 gift equally between the Dad*County and the Asheville, N. C, chapter, the site of his summer home. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan McCormick of Miami were among other contributors who "gave more— WARMING CURBS SALE OF COODS Washington (WNS)—A harrowing description of the brutal Nazi massacre of the Jewish population of Nalchik was made public here this week by the Soviet embassy. Details of the Nazi pogrom were contained in an affidavit signed by a number of Nalchik Jews who were rescued when the Soviet armies recaptured the city. "After daily pillage and murder of Jews which went on for Stockholm (WNS)—As a result of the recent United Nations'' gave double." warning that all goods confis-j Incomplete reports of the War cated from Jews in Nazi-occupied Fund drive showed a total of countries would be restored to $33,000,000, with many committee them after the war, the sale of, chairmen not yet ready to make such goods to nationals of neureports. One of the largest groups, tral countries had reached the the Women's Division, under the vanishing point, according to inleadership of Mrs. Henry O formation received here this Shaw, have just started their week. I residential and outlying business The Allied warning was transdistrict solicitation with 3,000 unimitted to neutral nations in the formed Red Cross volunteers paroccupied countries through the ticipating. consular representatives of the | "These incomplete reports of neutral countries. Hitherto, it the drive in no way reflect its was said, neutral citizens were actual progress," Chairman Oscar the largest buyers and frequently £. Dooly. Jr.. stated yesterday, shipped the materials they bought Mitcht .„ Wolfsoni chairman of in the occupied countries to their native lands. The report said that the Nazis had in the past realized considerthe solicitors' group for Miami Beach, announced that many of the special gifts reported by his committee were sent in without able sums from the sale of consolicitation and some of the con20 days, the Germans inaugurated • fiscated Jewish possessions to | tributors had announced their inthe wholesale shooting of Jews still surviving in the city." the affidavit said. "They took over 90 families outside the city and shot them." Among the signatories to the affidavit were Benjamin Leviev, 90 years of age; Ivil Ifraimov, 74; Levi Ashurov, 70; Pesakh Shabayev. 69; Marie Moiseyeva. 81; Bibi Davidova. 80; Isaak Libman, 82, and Posakh Ifraimov, 75. HOLLAND'S JEWISH PEOPLE VANISH FROM PUBLIC LIFE London (WNS) The Nazis have proclaimed that "the majority of Jews have now disappeared from Holland's public life," it was reported this week by the Aneta E BT NEWSPAPER Stockholm (WNS) — Pointing out that only about 20,000 Jews remain in Berlin, the Finnish newspaper Sanomat declared editorially this week that "we cannot believe that the liquidation of Europe's Jews is so important—if it is really a question of practical measures and not propaganda." The editorial created a stir in Finland since it marked the first time that a Nazi policy has been so openly criticized in Finland, which is Germany's partner in the war against Russia. "It is surprising," the Helsinki paper commented, "that the Germans still continue this program. We should think that Germany, in the midst of a raging war, neutral nations. The cessation of tention of making further donathese transactions was reported to be a blow to the makeshift Nazi economy. OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES WALK OUT ON MEETING London (WNS)—A group of officers and municipal employees of the town of Losser, which is only a mile from the German border, recently walked out on an official meeting as a protest against the refusal of The NetherI lands volks dienst to include Dutch Jews in its benefits, it was reported this week by the Aneta news agency. tions for the War Fund. A letter from one contributor stated. "I don't believe there is any organization that deserves the support of all the people more than the American Red Cross." PALESTINE IS NOT OUT OF DANCER Tel Aviv (WNS)—The Hebrew daily newspaper Davar called for The Dutch Nazi newspaper. Het increased Jewish enlistments ir Nationale Dagblad, in its Feb. 18 issue, described the meeting held in the townhall of Losser, where the N. V. D. representative, Ekkelboom, was explaining the aims and working methods of the organization The head of the local rationing service, Hartsendorp, asked if the N. V. D.'s "Love" also extended to Jews. Ekkelboom replied, "No." Hartsendorp declared that he would resign his membership in the British army this week after g ointing out that the dar-er to> alestine "has not yet been removed." Declaring that "nobody knows what will come after the war is over," the Palestine daily said: "Let us not be deceived by the fact that the enemy has been pushed off our southern border. The danger, though now farther, has not been removed. It may be opened from any side. Let us also not be deceived by the apthe N. V. D. because Netherlands proaching end of the war. NoJews were excluded from supbody knows when the war wifT news agency. The statement was made by pits~ of"alf iocal houses of wor-1 the Zquaarte Soldaat, organ of would not have time to deal with ship devoted to the campaign, I the Dutch Nazi Elite Guard. I such a second-rate question." port, and 45 of the 60 present joined his protest by walking out of the meeting. Remember Federation drive— starts March 21. Give once for all for the 45 agencies included. Be sure and be home when your solicitor calls. be over and what we are to expect at its conclusion." To meet a growing shortage of farm workers, the central committee of the Jewish Labor Party demanded the immediate mobilization of all Jews not eligible for military service or agricultural work. FEDERATION GOES TO WAR SEE PAGE 8



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*•* PAGE EIGHT vJmlstncrldHan FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1943 HOW MUCH SHALL I GIVE TO THE FEDERA TION CAMPAIGN? Your Greater Miami Jewish Federation is Appealing to You This Year for the Support of 45 Individual Agencies and Institutions to Which You Would Give Separately : : : : : Do Your Own Bookkeeping PUT DOWN THE AMOUNT YOU WOULD GIVE TO EACH IF EACH HAD A SEPARATE CAMPAIGN CONSIDER .... ARE YOU GIVING ALL YOU SHOULD THIS WAR YEAR? ARE YOU GIVING FOR THOSE WHO THIS YEAR ARE NOT HERE TO GIVE? OVERSEAS: American Committee for Relief of Yemenite Jews $ American Friends of the Hebrew University $ American Fund for Palestine Institutions $ American ORT Federation S Federated Council of Palestine Institutions S Hadassah $ Hebrew Sheltering 4 Immigrant Aid Society $ Jewish Telegraphic Agency S National Labor Committee for Palestine S Pioneer Women's Organization S Seminaries and Yeshivoth $ UNITED JEWISH APPEAL: Joint Distribution Committee $ National Refugee Service S United Palestine Appeal S Yiddish Scientific Institute $ NATIONAL: American Academy for Jewish Research S American Jewish Congress $_ B'nai B'rith Wider Scope $^ Conference on Jewish Relations $ Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds $ Dropsie College S Graduate Faculty ol Political and Social Science $_ Jewish Braille Institute $ REGIONAL: Hebrew Orphans Home Florida State Student Union LOCAL: Army-Navy Committee ol Greater Miami Greater Miami Jewish Federation Jewish Education Association Jewish Loan Fund Local Refugee Services Miami Beach Recreation & Character Bldg. Services Young Men's Hebrew Association $ $ $ $ $ s s s $ Jewish Ghautauqua Society $ Jewish Consumptive & Ex-Patientm Horn* $. Jewish Consumptive Relief Society $ Jewish Information Bureau $ Jewish Labor Committee $ Jewish Occupational Council $ Jewish Publications Society $ Jewish Statistical Bureau $ Joint Defense Appeal $ American Jewish Committee $ Anti-Defamation League $ Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital $ National Farm School $ National Home for Jewish Children S National Jewish Hospital $ National Jewish Welfare Board $ Your Grand Total Would Be $. STUDY YOUR TOTAL. BEAR IN MIND THIS IS A ONCE-FOR-ALL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN Give Liberally! Give Generously! YOU HAVE TWELVE MONTHS IN WHICH TO PAY Greater Miami Jewish Federation This page made possible through the co-operation of The Jewish Floridian .*..


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FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1943 +JewlstincrldH&n PAGE THREE { rg? V I -"" %  >_, 7&Z^2fa6S **& •*>*DU It — -^-—* v Here's a mammoth 32-ton model that makes boulevards of bogs and bush. Functionally designed for pushing down stone walls and clambering over pitfalls. Heavily armored to withstand punishment and equipped with 75-mm. cannon and 50-caliber machine gun to send back better than it takes. Cm4c&6xfat £M&iaZ<>t 7flotrfe£ A distinctive, long-range, closed type bomber designed to "take 'em there and bring 'em back." Built for export, this model will become better and better known in Berlin, Tolcio and other chief Axis cities. Has large bomb-bay capacity, with equipment for non-stop unfading. Ample passenger capacity. Speed up to 300 m.p.h. Art ^fed personnel compartments. Heavy fire-power. m^ n ounces ,o43 7%a& & fflfcthey &tytne Bcilt to take the "ceiling" %  way from Axis planes. Houses 2,000 horsepower, rmrin' to go. Powers many of the world's fastest fighting aircraft and has proved its mettle on every front from Stalingrad CO Guadalcanal. •,,v., "sv^r :? F )RO PRESENTS a mighty line of stalwart uw models for !X3 .* .' designed throughout for distinctive utility in their r e sp ec ti ve field* and built with mechanical excellence that is a Ford tradition. In quality of materials —stronger steels and alloys—in craftsmanship and careful inspection of every manufacturing step, these are the finest products Ford tver made! Built for global service under every condition and dime, the new products are rugged, able, dependable and have a •tout-hearted capacity to "take it" as well as "deal it out." Each of these models is a masterpiece of design and constructioneach has met the gruelling tests of pitiless proving grounds—each hat been proclaimed by experts an outstanding competitor in its field. Watch the dramatic performance of this year's Fords in all parts of the world and remember that the lessons learned in building these 1943 models will be reflected in the car you buy after die war. Many of the new metals, plastics and production techniques developed in these days will mean even finer peacetime products. FORD VICTORY MODELS NOW IN PRODUCTION CONSOLIDATED LIBERATOR BOMBER PLANES ARMY TRUCKS M-4 TANKS TRANSPORT GLIDERS UNIVERSAL CARRIERS ARMY RECONNAISSANCE CARS AIRCRAFT GENERATORS ARMORED CARS PRATT a WHITNEY AIRCRAFT ENGINES TANK ENGINES .. TRUCK AND JEEP MOTORS .. GUN MOUNTS RATE OFCLIMB INDICATORS TURBOSUPERCHARGIRS MAGNESIUM CASTINGS ARMOR PLATE Thi* li doe* not include other important Victory models now in prediction that caaooc be named due co wartime conditions. m 'W **wR a fSSsss**^ ZSt^tfauiS Built for climbing mountains, traveling game trails or cross-country going, this mule-footed army reconnaissance car goes a long way on short rations —stands up in service and keeps repair needs down. Ruggedly built. Finished in one-tone olive drab. ZUg&ittifaiS No gas ration card is needed with this one. Paratroop trainees with a tankful of "tailwina" will roll up records of economy that laugh at fuel and oil costs. Streamlined from the inside out aad built for maximum ease of handling. ALL OUR ABILITY. SKILL, EFFORT AND RESOURCES ARE PLEDGED T O VICTORY a^B t W wBrSaBBhpBya^MaMai^^giat



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PAGE SIX vJewtsti nwkttnn FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 1943 TURKEY RECEIVES PRIVATE LOOT Geneva (WNS)—Nazi officials i the various occupied countries •1 Burope, now convinced that Germany cannot win the war. have in recent weeks been secretly transferring huge sums of •noney as well as jewelry and •ther valuables to neutral countries, especially Turkey and Spain, it was reported here this week Most of the funds and jewelry seat by the Nazis for safekeeping t* the neutral countries, it was said, was confiscated from the Jewish populations of the occupied nations. Turkish banks were said to be receiving unusually large sums of money from Nazi higher-ups in Slovakia, Croatia. Rumania and Bulgaria. Contributing to the Nazi panic was the recent United Nations' warning that all property confiscated by the Nazis in the occupied countries would be restored to their rightful owners after the war Nat Hankoff. Abraham Selevan and Rabbi Jacob Andron. 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