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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOLUME 16No. 13
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1943
PRICE 10 CENT!
Drive Reaches Three-Quarter MarkActivity is Urged
$35,000 Still Needed to Reach Goal
of $135,977; Report Meetings Held
Nightly at Temple Israel with Aids
Reaching the three quarter
mark as a series of report meet-
ings brought returns from the
more than 600 volunteer work-
ers, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation still needed about
$35,000 to reach the goal of
$135,877.
The 1943 annual campaign
started March 21 after weeks of
intense planning and was formally
opened with a "Kick Off" rally
last Saturday evening at Temple
Israel when Louis Sobel, J. D. C.
representative, addressed a gath-
ering of 500. Sobel, just returned
from abroad after spending nine
months in Lisbon working on the
refugee problem, visited here en
route on a tour of 21 South
American countries. He depicted
the refugee scene and the man-
ner in which assistance is ren-
dered to them by the J. D. C.
and other aid agencies, all of
whom receive local support
through Federation.
Report meetings were held
nightly, Monday through Wednes-
day, at Temple Israel with a
variety of programs presented
prepared by the arrangements
division, of which Mrs. B. E.
Bronston and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein
served as chairmen. Monday
evening. A Berland, representa-
tive of the Anti-Defamation
League, delivered a talk followed
by entertainment presented by
Mrs. Victor Mell, including a se-
ries of original Yiddish recita-
tions. Tuesday evening was
B'nai B'rith night with A. Z. A.
and B'nai B'rith girls participat-
ing under the direction of Mrs.
Sam Silver, auxiliary president.
Wednesday evening, under the
direction of Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Hadassah presented its members
in a skit and musical presenta-
tions by Ruth Brotman. Mrs.
Herbert Wallach, president of the
Miami Beach Service League, pre-
sented a program for the Army-
Navy Committee evening Thurs-
day.
Receiving much commendation
is the "Fund's a-Poppin' being
prepared under the direction of
Maurice Grossman for the youth
division presentation at the Y.
M. H. A. Sunday evening.
Report meetings are .also
scheduled for next Monday and
Wednesday at Temple Israel at
8 p. m. Workers are urged to
attend.
The men's division, under the
chairmanship of Milton Friedman
and Harry Zukernick; the new
gift division, headed by Harold
Turk, and the women's division,
manned by Mrs. Max Dobrin and
Mrs. Monte Selig, issued a joint
plea to the teams to please im-
mediately contact all prospects
for which they have cards. The
campaign, according to their
statement, will not be a success
unless these divisions meet their
individual quotas, and this can
only be done by intense efforts
on the part of the workers in
contacting these citizens for con-
tributions.
"FUNDS A-POPPIN'" TO
PRESENTED SUNDAY AT
BE
Final arrangements have been
completed for the big musical
show entitled "Funds a-Poppin, "
which will be presented by the
Greater Miami Jewish Youth
Council Sunday, March 28, at 8
p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. build-
ing.
The youth council was organ-
ized primarily to assist the Fed-
eration in its drive for funds.
For the past several weeks Mau-
rice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the Y. M. H. A., who
organized the youth council, and
a group of young men and women
have been working incessantly
contacting various Jewish youth
groups in this area with a view
of acquainting them with the pur-
pose of Federation. Unlike pre-
vious years, the campaign this
year will not be a person-to-
person solicitation, but it is
planned to bring all the Jewish
youths under one roof at one
meeting in an effort to solicit
funds from them for the Federa-
tioc. Rabbi Colman Zwitman
will make the appeal during in-
termission and the young men
and women will be asked to con-
tribute.
"Funds a-Poppin'" is a thril-
ling entertainment of songs and
music featuring the best talent
of the local area. The skits,
dance routines and settings are
original. With the aid of five
juvenile professionals, the show
promises to be the biggest sur-
prise of the year.
The cast is directed by Lee
Symansky and Freddie Miller
from the dramatics department
of the University of Miami. The
committee of the youth council
is composed of Teddy Sakowitz.
chairman; Murial Auslander, sec-
retary; Marty Rubinstein, com-
mittee chairmen, Marty Rubin-
stein, Ben Kovensky, Harvey
Sootin, Bella Schaff and Marilyn
Pollack. Theresa Cohen is as-
sistant director; Murial Auslan-
der, production manager, and
Marcella Spector, musical di-
rector.
The cast includes Natalie Hoff-
man, Madaleen Schulman, Elyse
Newman, Harriett Reisner, Rosa-
lyn Reisner, Irene Jacobs, Bob Ru-
binstein, Paul Silverman, George
Bernstein. Bob Schandloss, Lenny
Coplan, Hope Ellen Tannenbaum,
Bernyce Badanes, Adele Stone,
Marilyn Buckstein. Elmer Spec-
tor, Fred Jacobs, Beverly Marks,
Leonard Covan, Miriam Schaff,
Howard Lavine and Philip Ber-
man.
Admission
free.
NOTED SPEAKER
TO MAKE
Dr. Abram L. Sachar of na-
tional repute as a master of ora-
tory, will address Greater Miami
Jewry attending the 100th anni-
versary celebration of B'nai
B'rith Sunday evening at Temple
Israel at 8 o'clock. Sponsored
by Sholem Lodge, the program
includes initiation of more than
135 new members secured dur-
ing the last month for a cam-
paign to commemorate the oc-
casion. Now chairmaned by
AM I RIGHT OR WRONG?
Before the opening of the 1943 Federation campaign I
publicly and privately predicted we would exceed our goal of
$135,977. This optimism was based upon two things. First,
the definite information that prospective contributors were
anxious, willing and able to give more than ever before to
the campaign; second, the belief that the men and women of
our community would devote themselves to the task of solicit-
ing prospects as unselfishly this year as they did in previous
years, notwithstanding tire and gas rationing and limitations
on time caused by other activities related to the war effort.
The experience in the campaign thus far has proven me
right in the first particular. Where a prospect has been con-
tacted, reports indicate that his 1943 contribution is substan-
tially in excess of his 1942 gift, such increase ranging from
50 to 100 per cent.
But am I right in the second particular? Three thousand
prospects are still uncontacted. their cards in the hands of
workers who are postponing from day to day the completion
of their tasks. Do these workers realize that somewhere in
this world there are Jewish men. women and children whose
lives depend upon them? Such a great responsibility cannot
be laid aside. The job must be doneNOW!
If you are a solicitor, contact your prospects immediately.
Contributions are waiting. If you are not yet enrolled as a
worker, call 3-5411 and ask for the privilege of sharing in our
task.
I still have confidence in the men and women of our
community. I still feel they will cover their cards and we will
exceed our goal.
Am I right or wrong?
STANLEY C. MYERS.
General Campaign Chairman.
1943 Campaign of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
SERGEANT URBAN IS FIRST
ARTIST IN CONCERT SERIES
DR. ABRAM
SACHAR
Harold Turk, the membership
drive for this class was instituted
by Albert Pa Hot, now in the
navy.
Dr. Sachar, national director
of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
is making a special trip from
the North for this appearance.
He is the author of several vol-
umes r.nd was a former professor
at the University of Illinois. He
is familiar to Miami and Florida,
having made several addresses
here.
"His visits have met with such
enthusiastic response that Sho-
lem Lodge considered Dr. Sachar's
address at its affair a unanimous
and logical choice," stated Louis
Heiman. lodge president.
BRITAIN HOPES TO TRANSFER
MANY JEWS FROM BULGARIA
to this event is
Buy War Bonds Today
An intensive nation-wide cam-
paign to recruit Jewish youth for
summer farm work in order" to
help relieve the national food
shortage will be inaugurated
on April 1 by B'nai B'rith, it
was announced this week in
Washington.
DRIVE INFORMATION
Campaign headquarters of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation 1943 drive will
be maintained at 1002 Con-
gress Building. A call to
3-5411 will elicit any infor-
mation desired by workers
or members of the com-
munity.
London (WNS)Capt. Oliver
Stanley, British colonial minister,
told the House of Commons this
week that the British govern-
ment is making every attempt to
transfer the 4,000 Jewish children
and 500 adults, stranded in Bul-
garia, from that country to Pal-
estine.
Departure of the Jewish chil-
dren for Palestine was reported
held up when the Red Cross,
which will supervise the trans-
fer, condemned the vessels which
has been assigned to the group by
the Bulgarian government as
"unseaworthy."
The first in a series of three
concerts featuring renowned ar-
tists sponsored by the Y. M. and
Y W. H. A. will take place Sun-
day afternoon. April 4, at 4 o'clock
at the "Y" auditorium.
Sgt. Bela Urban of the army
air forces will feature violin se-
lections. He will be accom-
panied by his wife.
In addition. Mrs. Urban will
render piano selections. Edward
Clarke of the University of Mi-
ami will be the narrator.
Sergeant Urban, well known
locally, has played at the Y. M.
H. A. and at many benefits, and
was the soloist with the Univer-
sity of Miami Symphony Orches-
tra at the opening of the season.
Other artists who will appear
are Frank Edwinn, basso, on
April 25. and Allan Collins, cel-
list, on May 9.
Tickets for the series are $2.20
for members and $3.30 for non-
members. Because of limited
space at the Y. M. H. A., early;
reservations are suggested by
George Chertkof. chairman.
E
COMPILES HTI
New York (WNS)The war-
time problems of Jewish commu-
nities in New Jersey, Maryland,
' Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania,
j Virginia and Washington, D. C,
I will be discussed at a conference
of the Central Atlantic region of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tion and Welfare Funds at the
Essex House in Newark, N. J.,
on March 27-28.
The Palestine government has
made available a total of 5,400
immigration certificates to the
Jewish Agency for Palestine,
according to a recent report of
the Official Gazette.
JEWISH SERVICEMEN TO
BE TAKEN IN HOMES
Many thousands of Jew-
ish servicemen have to be
placed for Passover Sedo-
rim. Responsibility rests
with the Jewish community
of Greater Miami to pro-
vide homes for as many of
these men as possible. If
you have not been con-
tacted, don't wait but phone
Mr. Grossman at the Y. M.
H. A.. 3-4012. or Mr. Roth-
berg at the Jewish Welfare
Bureau. 9-1323, and tell
them of your willingness to
take boys. Do this at once.
Alter many months of study
and r. search, the interpretation
Committee, headed by Stanley C.
Myers and Mrs. B. Meyers, has
compiled the data and recom-
mendations to be presented to the
general Jewish community in
brochure form.
The major recommendations
which have been accepted by the
Jewish Welfare Bureau and
which will be given in detail arc:
1. The Welfare Bureau, located
at 127 N W. Second Street, to
service the Jewish people of
Greater Miami not only in relief,
but also to cope with the ever-
increasing family problems con-
fronting Jewish residents and
non-residents, due to the war
crisis and the thousands of sol-
die rs in our area. It is intended
that all cases, relief or service,
or both, be referred to the office
for immediate consultation.
2. The Baron De Hirsch Loan
Fund of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau has been extended to em-
brace two groups of borrowers:
Men who are in small businesses
and need a loan, but cannot pay
interest thereon, but are able to
get co-signers, and second, those
who desire and are ready for re-
habilitation, but cannot secure
co-signersthe Baron De Hirsch
Loan Fund stands ready and able
to provide these loans.
3. Jewish residents are asked
to phone the office of the bureau,
3-5377. and indicate their interest
in becoming members of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau. Although
the membership dues are neces-
sary, the Jewish community is
asked to call the office and enroll
as interested members.
It is urged that all who read
the above statement advise their
friends. To become familiar with
the entire program, a brochure
will be distributed and further
detailed articles will appear in
the Jewish Floridian.


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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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MIAMI SERVICE
LEAGUE
Tuesday evening, March 23,
the Uiami Service League ten-
dered a party for the Victory
Belles at the home of Mrs. H.
Shier. 1236 S. W. 21st Terrace.
A social event, the affair was
held to present those who have
serTod 50 hours at the service
league with pins and state-wide
identification cards. Lt Thomas
Rickman, Jr., assistant district
welfare and recreation officer of
the Seventh Naval District, dis-
tributed cards to the following
girls: Flo Sibel, Shirley Roth-
child, Mildred Berkowitz, Evelyn
Rosenthal. Betty Roth, Lillian
Rellman, Naomi Grossman, Ruth
Steinberg. Ruth Roseathal. Edith
Shier, Rita Grossman and Shir-
ley Erstling. Lieutenant Rick-
man addressed the gathering.
Mrs. Dorothy Moore, executive
secretary of the Dade County
Defense Council, delivered a
short talk and the girls were
welcomed by Mrs. Murray Koven.
Eresident of the Miami Service
eague. Refreshments were
served. Mrs. George Chertkof.
chairman of the Victory Belles
Committee, was ably assisted by
Mrs. M. Rosenberg, Mrs. H.
Kauffman, Mrs. H. Steig and
Mrs. M. Furman.
LADIES AUXILIARY
JEWISH WAR VETS
A committee from the Frieda
Markowitz Ladies' Auxiliary vis-
ited King Cole Hospital, Miami
Beach, now being used by the
government. They brought games
and books, etc., in addition to
presenting each boy with indi-
vidual packages. The group in-
cluded Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Mrs.
Hilda Salus, Mrs. Dorothy Tudor
'and Mrs. Sylvia Sherman. This
is the fourth hospital that has
been fisited since the beginning
of the year and from the letters
received from the boys who have
been visited, the organization
realizes that this work is appre-
ciated.
At their last meeting 16 new
members were inducted. Mem-
bers are now being admitted who
have some relation in the present
war. All those who are inter-
ested are requested to contact
Mrs. Minnie Kline or call 2-1025
AMERICAN JEWISH
CONGRESS
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
Harry Simonhoff was unani-
mously selected to head the
newly-organized local chapter ot
the American Jewish Congress.
Meeting Monday evening at the
Miami Beacch Jewish Center, a
gathering of 125 heard .remarks
from Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs.
Moses Krieger, Harry SimonhoH.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman. Mrs.
S H Lutsky. Louis Heiman and
Rabbi J. E. Hackovsky. reeling
the need in the community for
an active and alert male group
of the American Jewish con-
gress, every ready to act when
necessarv. those present deCi.Ui
upon immediate formation. Other
officers selected were Dr. Rosen-
thai, first vice-president; Joseph
Rose, second vice-president: Ben
M.vers. third vice-president;
Harry Zukemick. recording sec-
retary; Harry Gordon, corre-
sponding secretary, and Harry
Sirkin. treasurer Mr. Simon-
hoff will issue his plans for the
activitives of the group in the
very near future
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
BEACH COM. CENTER
A large gathering enjoyed one
of the most successful evenings
in Congregation Schaarei Zedek's
history when, on Sunday eve-
ning, a buffet supper, Purim play
and card party filled the eve-1
ning's program. A large sum of
money was raised towards the
upkeep of the congregation's
Hebrew School, boasting an en-
rollment equal to the largest m
the city.
Register Now
il you have not previously
registered to Tote in the city
of Miami or have moved
your residence since the
last city election. Books
are open in the courthouse.
Don't wait!
The meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District at the
Beth Sholom Center last week
was a well-attended and enthu-
siastic gathering.
The membership record of 244
was reported and those earnest
Zionists in attendance, spurred
on by the comments and msipra-
tion generated by Alexander Van
Straiten, pledged themselves to
bring in the additional member;
to guarantee an enrollment of
300 by March 31.
Dr. Lipkind, Jewish National
Fund chairman, reported on re-
cent happenings in the further-
ance of land acquisition in Pal-
estine and gave an informative
discourse on the origins and phil-
osophy of "land for freedom" ac-
tivity, which is today inter-
wmed into the practice and pro-
gram of every Zionist body in
the world.
Visitors from Zionist! districts
throughout the country were
welcomed and introduced, and
greetings were exchanged by
pard Broad, president, who
presided at the meeting.
The main address of the eve-
ning wai made by Dr. Z. I. Sab-
shin, who spoke feelingly and
dramatically of the concrete in-
stances of the Jewish resistance
to the sadism of the Nazi tor-
menters, who, he stated, were
"m< d< rn Hamans who ecli)
in thi ir horrors the blood-spilling
1 -. 1 ry previous d er oi Jew-
ish life and rights."
Sunday evening Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman delivered a very
educational and inspiring address
to the newly-elected officers and
directors and to the members and
friends of the Miami Beach Jew-1
ish Center who congregated in
large numbers to be present at
the third annual installation at
the center and acted as installing
officer He was introduced by
Herman M. Berk.
Daniel M. Broad acted as mas-
ter of ceremonies and rendered
an original composition in Yid-
dish that received a large ova-
tion.
Among the guest-artists were
Cantor A. D. Wolf, Miss Ruth
Brotman. accompanied by Miss
Anyuta Melicov. and Miss Martha
Redding, accompanied by Miss
Edith Freeman.
The following officers and di-
rectors were installed: Mayer H.
Frankel, honorary life president;
Samuel Frudland. president;
Joseph M. Rose, first vice-presi-
dent; Herman M. Berk, second
vice-president; Harry Sirkin,
treasurer; Jacob Felt, recording
secretary, and Henry Spero. fi-
nancial secretary.
Board of directors included
Jacob Andron. Joseph A. Ber-
man, Samuel E. Bernstein, Harry
Bodestein, Archie Brick, Shep-
ard Broad. Nathan Glosser, Ab-
raham Halperin, Nat H. Hankoff.
Max Lipman, Baruch Holman,
Abraham Selevan, Milton Sirkin,
Alex Sussman and Henry linger-
leider.
A buffet supper wan served in
the social hall of the center after
exercise".
The feature of the Purim party
last Sunday night at Beth Sho-
lom Center was the presentation
of donors' certificates to a score 1
I of members who Had made cash
contributions to the center. Rabbi;
S M. Machtei opened the meet- !
ing in the chapel with a brief
explanation of the occasion.
Charles S. Tobin, chairman of
the board, made the presenta- j
tions of donors' certificates to 1
the following: Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Basch, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Z. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs D. Lcib-
man, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zinna-
mon, George Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Nordin. Mr. and Mrs.
A B. Rosenstein. Mr. and Mrs.,
M. Perrell. Mrs. Max Rudnick. |
Mr. and Mrs. B. Appel, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Sussman. Mr. and Mrs. 1
J. Slaff. Mr. and Mrs. I. Appel-1
baum. Mr. and Mrs. J. Plotkin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Trau. Mr. and
Mrs. D. Rott, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Pushin, Mr. and Mrs. H. Novak
and Mr. and Mrs. R. Rubin.
After the distribution of the
certificates, Charles S. Tobin
made five special presentations
of large parchment scrolls, hand
written and illuminated, for out-
standing gifts to Beth Sholom
Center by the following: Al-
fred B. Rosenstein. for a mem-
bership dinner; Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Perell. for a Holy Scroll
of the Law; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
L Katz, for a donation of a sub-
stantial sum; Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert M. Nordin, for a Golden Book
of Life, and George Cohen, for
a memorial tablet.
Following tHe ceremonies in
the chapel, those present went
upstairs to the Ellis room for re-
freshments furnished by the cen-
ter and the sisterhood. Enter-
tainment was furnished by Can-
tor I. Zanc, accompanied by Mrs.
E. Kamern and by Mrs. Phil
Lauder. former stage commediene
and singer.
Bi-weekly forum will meet at
8 p. m. Tuesday, March 30, at
the center. Guest-speaker will
be Chaplain U. M. Stanton, A.
U. S. The subject will be "Place
of the Chaplain In the Service."
At the completion of his talk
the chaplain will answer ques-
tions.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
JEWISH CONGRESS
The Women's Division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will hold
their regular monthly meeting
Monday, March 29, 1:30 p. ., a"
Carl's, 1711 Alton Road, Miami
Beach. An interesting program
has been arranged. Members
and friends are invited and re-
quested to bring their war bond
books. Refreshments will bi
served.
BETH DAVID
The dedication of the Mogen
Dovid service flag will take place
Wednesday evening, March 31,
at 8:15 o'clock in the Beth David
Synagogue. A program embrac-
ing "Our People In the Armed
Forces" has been arranged by the
chairman, Mrs. Harry Hacker,
and the president of the sister-
hood, Mrs. Harry Oliphant A
high commissioned officer, the
Jewish chaplain, representatives
of the Jewish Welfare Board of
the Army and Navy Committee
will participate. The highlight
of the evening will be the in-
scription of the names of the
sons, husbands, brothers, sisters
and daughters by members of
the congregation and sisterhood
upon an engraved parchment.
All members are cordially in-
vited to attend.
SPINOZA FORUM
Edward Clarke of the Univer-
sity of Miami will be the guest-
speaker this Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza Forum,
meeting under the canopy, on
the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street,
between Collins Avenue and
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Mr.
Clarke will review Elliot Paul's
book, "The Last Time I Saw
Paris." Next Saturday afternoon
Prof. William H. McMaster will
lecture on "The Bible as Litera-
ture." All are welcome.
Kuibyshev (WNS) Announc-
ing total amount of funds received
from Jews in allied or neutral
countries was $2,000,000, the Jew-
ish Anti-Fascist Committee ap-
pi aled this week for increased
financial assistance.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943
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PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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CEREMONIALS
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Zeleck Alpert,
34 N. W. 25th Street, took place
Tuesday afternoon at the Vic-
toria Hospital with Rabbi S. M
MachteL officiating.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro,
20 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
anaounced the marriage of their
daughter, Jackie, to Corp. Harry
Galiaski March 19. Miss Sha-
piro attended local schools and
m recent months was active in
U. S. O. events. Corporal Galin-
sky is attached to the medical
division in Miami Beach.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff sol-
emnized the marriage of Solomon
C. Trugman and Sylvia Beit-
stock this week.
PROGRAM SUBMITTED FOR
FOR NAZI TERRORIZED JEWS
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper re-
turned to the city last week from
Jacksonville, where Mr. Pepper
Underwent a major operation.
iS?M epPcrs are at their home,
1274 S. W. Sixth Street, where
Mr. Pepper is convalescing from
his recent illness. Mr. Pepper
is president of Congregation
Schaarei Zedek and the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Asso-
ciation.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heiman
arrived here from Atlanta for a
months' stay visiting relatives
and friends.
Mrs. Max Kupferstein left
Saturday for New York to at-
tend the funeral of her brother,
who died suddenly.
Dan Roth was elected leading
knight at the annual election of
the Miami Beach Elks Lodge
last week.
RABBI TO TAKE
IT IN 0. S.
MRS. MELVIN ENGLANDER
whose wedding was an event of
March 14 at Beth David. Mrs.
Englander was the former Sophie
Tendrich, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Tendrich of Coconut
Grove.
New York (WNS)A program
for the immediate rescue of the
Jews of Nazi-occupied Europe,
including the establishment by
the United Nations of temporary
havens of refuge and financial
assistance to Jewish refugees es-
caping from the Nazi terror, was
approved this week by the ex-
ecutive committee of the Federal
Council of Churches of Christ in
America.
The council announced that its
proposals for the rescue of Euro-
pean Jewry would be submitted
for consideration to the forthcom-
ing conference.
At the same time the council
set aside May 2 for observance
in churches of a "Day of Com-
passion" for the Jews in Europe.
All Christians were invited to
"join in united intercession on
May 2 for the victims of racial
and religious persecution as a
special occasion for the expres-
sion of Christian solicitude." The
council also urged Christians
throughout the country "to give
their moral support to whatever
measures afford promises of res-
cuing European Jews whose lives
are in jeopardy."
SPECIAL HEM
CARD FOR MEATS
Toronto (WNS)Rabbi Mau-
rice N. Eisendrath, who is leav-
ing to become director of the
Union of American Congrega-
tions, largest Jewish religious or-
ganization in the world, bade
farewell to his Holy Blossom
Temple congregation this week.
His successor at Holy Blossom
has not yet been named.
Rabbi Eisendrath's headquar-
ters will be in Cincinnati and
New York, with his formal induc-
tion to take place at New York
at the biennial council meeting
April 2-4.
He said he had twice refused
the offer of the directorship. The
first appointee had died untimely;
the second, who had a deep
knowledge of the Arabs, was now
liaison officer between the
United States forces and the
Arabs in North Africa.
When the third call came.
Rabbi Eisendrath felt he was
drafted
I take this opportunity to thank my many friends for
their countless courtesies extended during my re-
cent illness. The many telegrams, cards, notes,
flowers, gifts were gratefully appreciated. The senti-
ments expressed did much to accelerate my recovery.
May all of ma enjoy the future void from ill health.
A. PEPPER.
1274 S. W. Sixth Street,
Miami.


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. 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
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Or do people have to climb over graves to
reach their plots? Every private plot in
Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path.
Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the
grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn
Srinklers. You could make no finer
oice for your family.
Washington The Office of
Price Administration Wednesday
announced a special table of ra-
tion point values for kosher
meats to be applied under the
new program starting Monday.
Differences between the kosher
table and the standard table of
values reflect differences in meat
cuts.
Tne official list contains most
of the kosher items usually avail-
able to consumers and sets forth
five main classificationsbeef,
veal, lamb, sausage and ready-
to-eat meats. There are 78 prod-
ucts ranging in value from one
to nine points a pound.
A large number of items are
rated at seven and eight points,
OPA said, and slightly more than
one-fifth have a value of six
points. Only twodry sausage
and boneless shoulder vealare
worth nine points.
Another difference between the
standard and kosher tables is
that the latter provides for point
values by ounces instead of by
pounds. Both the standard and
kosher tables set point values by
ounces as well as per pound. Pro-
vision is made also for expendi-
ture of ration points by fractions.
Where a purchase is made call-
ing for expenditure of less than
a full ration point, the following
rules will apply:
A fraction of ;t point is dropped
if it is less than one-half point:
if the fraction is more than one-
half point, a full point is charged.
Fractions of half points on two
or more items bought in a single
purchase are added together. If
the total purchase results in a
fraction of a half point, a full
point is charged.
Sample point values for kosher
products:
BeefRib steak or rost. 8;
chuck steak or roast (boneless),
8; brisket breast of beef (bone-
less). 6; boneless shank. 6: ham-
burger, 5.
VealForesaddle, breast (bone
in), 4; shoulder chops. 4; back,
rib and chuck. 7; ground veal and
patties. 6.
LambForesaddle, rib chops
and roast, 7: shoulder chops, rib
bone, 7; lamb patties, 6; livers, 6.
SausageDry sausage (such as
salami), 9; semi'-dry, 8; all others,
7.
Ready-to-eat^ meats Corned
beef, 8; pastrami, 7; tongues. 8.
1/ '
SAMULEL FRIEDLAND
Newly-installed President. Miami
Beach Jewish Center
i ..t | ;-t .,
MRS. JOSEPH H. KLINE
whose wedding was solemnized
Sunday evening, Feb. 7, is the
former Miss Lilly Alexander. The
couple make their home in Cam-
bridge, where Mr. Kline k an
instructor at the Massachusetts
Institute ef Technology.
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Washington (WNS)The state
department this week disclaimed
any knowledge of published re-
ports that United States diplo-
I matic representatives were nego-
i tiating with several South Ameri-
can countries for the creation of
1 a haven for thousands of Euro-
pean Jewish refugees in Latin
America.
The state department denial
followed publication by the New
York newspaper PM of a dis-
patch from its Buenos Aires cor-
respondent which said that "a
vast plan for resettling thou-
sands of Jews and other refugees
in South America currently is
being studied in several impor-
tant Latin American capitals as
one of the most important points
in the United Nations' post-war
program."
Sidney Dubbin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Dubbin, left Camp
Blanding and he is now at Camp
Joseph T. Robinson, Ark., where
he is taking his basic training.
Special meeting and election of
officers of B'nai B'rith Auxiliary
was held at the home of Mrs. Al
Hirschkom, 420 Flamingo Drive.
Monday.
Beth El Sisterhood held their
monthly meeting Tuesday night
at the home of Mrs. Dan Good-
mark. 245 Walton Blvd.
Temple Israel Religious School
celebrated Purim at the Temple
on Broward Avenue Sunday
morning. The adults held a
Purim supper party at Schwartz-
burg Hall at 6:30 p. m. with Mrs.
Joe Bonowitz and Mrs. John
Ryder as hostesses.
I u Lhc B?ln El Sunday School
neld their Purim party Sunday
morning. The sisterhood held a
supper Sunday night followed by
cards.
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-By PHINEAS I. MRON-
PASSOVER IN THE SERVICE
The Passover holidays are nearing and the
Greater Miami Jewish community this year
finds itself in a different and somewhat em-
barrassing position. In addition to being
out the reputation of "True Southern Hospi-
tality," we usually outdo ourselves in all under-
takings and set an example that other com-
munities, far larger and older, would do well
to exemplify.
This year, at Passover time, we find our-
selves with a problem of endeavoring to ac-
commodate the holiday needs of thousands of
our servicemen in our midst.
Miami Beach alone, to say nothing of the
surrounding encampments of Homestead,
Thirty-Sixth Street, Opa-Locka and others, has
the second largest proportion of Jewish boys
congregated at any one place with the figure
nearing 10 per cent of the many thousands
stationed here.
The Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee
is trying to do the best possible. The respon-
sibility for the success of the greater portion
of this endeavor lies with the families of our
community in offering servicemen a haven
for the holiday and enable them to enjoy just
a little of the great deal they have had to
sacrifice fighting for our freedom. To them
it means much, to us littlejust a mite of in-
convenience.
The true joy of Passover and its sincere
observance calls for the opening of the door
to all of those desiring to enter. Will Greater
Miami Jewry come through in their customary
manner? Will they truly light up their home
on the observance of a holiday which com-
memorates the liberation from bondagea
similar fight to our present battle?
Call the Y. M. H. A. and the Jewish Wel-
fare Board, 3-4012, and signify your desire to
co-operate. The need is evidentyour desire
to aid but to be evidenced!
OUR COMMUNITY
A perusal of the activities of "our commu-
nity" during the past few weeks demonstrates
the shedding of infants' clothes. We have
passed our 'teens and might be called grown-
up. We are far from mature.
Last Sunday there were 10 large affairs,
all exceedingly well attended but one. A
joint Purim celebration of all Sunday schools
at the Capitol Theater, used through the gra-
ciousness of the owners, brought together some
seven hundred children. A noble demonstra-
tion, well done, of co-operation among groups
and unanimity of purpose fostered above all
else. Sunday afternoon at the "Y" a tri-group
conference of the three A. Z. A. chapters emu-
lates further this thought.
Sunday evening a check-up shows total at-
tendance at the many affairs reaching an
amazing figure. Together some 1,500 were
present and this in a year when tourists are
scarce.
Our fellow members in the community are
realizing a communal responsibility and are
partaking and participating. In the current
Federation drive many new faces and workers
appear, as in many of the long established
groups. The resistance to over-organization
has weakened and a realization that over-
activity is far more beneficial than a dearth
of happenings and efforts is evidenced.
All these facts are gratifying information.
Leadership, old and new, is essential. Only
activity will produce, educate and season
these men. With this activity and participa-
tion, we see a happy future and an ever-
growing sound, stable Jewish community. An
active community that realizes its responsibili-
ties and problems will not fail in successfully
I assuming these efforts.
SEWING CENTER NOW OPEN "SWIVEL CHAIR" APPEARS THOUSAND OF JEWS SLAIN
AT Y. M. H. A. CLUB ROOMS IN PAMPHLET THIS WEEK BY NAZIS IN RUSSIAN CITY
The American Rid Cross Sew-
ing Center, recently opened at
the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567
S. W. Fifth Street, premises to
be a success, but many mon
volunteer workers are required
to sew men's, women's and chil-
dren's garments for this cai
The sewing center will be open
on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed
days and Thursday.-, of each week
from 10:30 a. in. to 4 p. m. and
workers may start at any
during these designated days for
any period of time. Red Cross
service pins will be given upon
completion of required hour i
voluntary service. Mrs. Louis
Kotkin. chairman of this project,
is assisted by Mrs. David Kleber
and Mrs. Julius Levett as produc-
tion supervisors.
A group of selected columns
from the pen of William I Boxi r-
. formerly regional director
Of th Florida office. Anti-Defa-
ii in Li ague of the B'nai
th which appeared weekly in
n under the
I of "The Swivel Chair." ap-
HADASSAH CABLES LARGE
SUM FOR PALESTINE RELIEF
New York, N. Y.To mark its
31st anniversary, Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America recently cabled $100,000
to Palestine to help continue a
program of education and main-
tenance for more than 1,000 Po-
lish and Hungarian Jewish refu-
gee children who entered the
Holy Land within the last month.
According to Mrs. David de
Sola Pool, national president, a
total of $200,000 has been sent
by Hadassah since Jan. 12 to Miss
Henrietta Szold, founder of the
organization, who also heads
the Youth Aliyah (immigration)
movement in Jerusalem under
whose auspices the children were
brought to Palestine. Hadassah
is the sole agency authorized to
raise funds for education and
maintenance for Youth Aliyah
children in this country. Since
1933 more than 9,000 children
have been rescued by the move-
ment from almost all European
countries.
Kuibyshev (WNS) Thousands
:of Jews, including women and
children, in the key Russian city
of Voroshilovgrad, which was re-
cently recaptured by the Soviet
Army, were rounded up by the
is on the pretext that they
were being assembled for evacua-
te Palestine, and were
n achine-gunned by Nazi execu-
tion squads at the outskirts of
the city.
Details of the Nazi ruse were
made public here this week by
the Jewish Anti-Fascist Commit-
let on the basis of reports from
survivors of the massacre.
LISTEN HERE .. .
Sagacious indeed is a comment Dr. Chaim Weixmann hat
made on the non-Jewish view concerning things Jewish .
When, in a conversation with political big shots in Washington,
he was told that much opposition from Jewish quarters had
lately been directed against Zionism, he retorted: "In all civilised
democracies the voice of the majority is enough to pass any
law But when it comes to Jewish affairs some of our non-
Jewish friends demand that any proposal not only be approved
by a majority, but be backed by unanimty" All of which
reminds us that, believe it or not. some Jews object to Arthur
Szyk's drawings of Jewish subjectsbecause, they say, his Jews
don't look sufficiently American ... If a certain plan goes through,
you may have the opportunity to see in your own city a motion
picture version of "We Shall Never Die." the pageant so success-
fully presented at Madison Square Garden some weeks ago
under the auspices of the Committee for a Jewish Army. Bill
Rose, who started the pageant, created a sensation at a small
dinner recently by subscribing $2,500 to the committee and then
making an appeal which brought in $11,000 for the same cause.
NEWSY NOTES .
Don't underestimate the Zionist achievement in getting sub-
scriptions to $10,775,634.50 worth of war bonds as a result of a
special drive conducted by the Zionist Organisation of America...
Treasury Department officials consider this result outstanding,
for the amount it represents is over and above what the same
individuals subscribed to before the special Zionist appeal was
issued ... a nation-wide celebration commemorating 75 years
of the revitalization of the Hebrew language in this country will
be held next month, and it'll be on a big scale This is your
last chance to contribute to the Meyer Levin Fund sponsored
by the United Jewish War Effort for the purpose of sounding a
hundred medical field units in Russia in the name of the late
bombardier Incidentally, the Hakoah Sport Club of America
has presented to the Soccor Football Association a Meyer Levin
cup which will be awarded annually to the winning team in an
elimination contest The cup. a huge silver piece worth several
thousand dollars, is the gift of Otto I. Herbst, a refuge* from
Austria.
THIS AND THAT .
Have you seen "Tale of a City," th* Office of War Informa-
tion's illustrated booklet on what has been happening in War-
saw Particularly gruesome is the account of conditions in the
Ghetto there And. adds the OWL "the Nazis were proud of
the conditions they had created in the Ghetto; regular tonrs
passed through its twisted, somber streets, the sightseers being
Germans who had settled in Poland or been brought there from
bombed areas in the Reich" Abraham Goldberg's posthumous
work on the pioneers of Jewish culture is now in the publisher's
hands, and will be out some time in the fall Greetings to
Currents, a new English-Jewish monthly just out With Albert
E. Kahn, co-author of "Sabotage," Dr. Frederick Ewen and Joe
Brainin on the editorial board, this magazine may be expected
to cut quite a figure Leonard Lyons tells us of an occasion
when Vice-President Wallace, then Secretary of Agriculture,
was invited to have dinner at the home of Dr. Stephen S. Wise
. Arriving alone, the guest introduced himself to his hosts*
by saying "I'm Secretary Wallace," and was received with h
usual graciousness Pretty soon some other guests came 'm.
and Mrs. Wise began to make introductions all around Ana
she turned to Mr. Wallace an asked: "I'm sorry, I've forgotten
whose secretary did you say you were?"
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Corporal Barney Ross of the Guadalcanal Marines, who is
using his furlough time to help the Red Cross campaign, is much
sicker than his friends realize He should, despite his protes-
tations, be prevailed upon to ask for an extension of his leave .
Latest report concerning ex-newspaper-publisher Herbert B.
Swope is that he will become Administrator of Wartime Sports
The formal cancellation of
more than 60 Vichy-inspired anti-
Jewish laws in North Africa by
Gen. Henri Giraud, French high
] commissioner for North Africa,
was overshadowed this week by
protests in Britain and in this
country against Giraud's simulta-
neous abrogation of the Crcmieux
decree of 1H70 which had granted
French citizenship to the native
Jews of Algeria.
JjGUST BROS Ry^
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
peared this week in pamphlet!
form. Mr. Boxerman is at pres-
ent director of the Community
Counccil of Jacksonville. Fla. He
came to this state two years ago
from Detroit, where he was the "
organizer and director of the De-
troit Community Council, com-
posed of 90-odd organizations.
fJ the BEST
Anthony Eden, British foreign
secretary, is now in the United
States to confer with President
Roosevelt and other American
officals on post-war problems, i
He has been urged by the British
press to take action to rescue
the millions of Jews facing ex-:
tinction in Nazi-occupied coun-1
tries.

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gregaUon Mr pS r V. ? ^csidvnt Mlar"i's pioneer con-
addhion to servmJ lVrimc]y, Wtiv. in the congregation in
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
LOUIS HATMAN, Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max
Shapiro, conducting. Designated
as A. Z. A. Sabbath with the fol-
lowing boys participating: Bill
Baros, Seymour Hinkes, David
Jacobs, Harvey Sootin and others.
Louis Heiman, state chairman of
Hillel activities; Milton A. Fried-
man, state regional director of
A. Z. A. and the rabbi will dis-
cuss the central theme, "Jewish
Youth In War Crisis. Cantor
Louis Hayman. Beth David boys'
and girls' choir. Liturgical selec-
tions. Reception following: Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Brown, hosts, in
honor of 49th wedding anniver-
sary.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
(1:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
60 S. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOSEPH K. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
IJEWIS OREEN, Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
evsky 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,
-7vp. m., Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
vsky, conducting.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
3t N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
haKabbalos Shabos: Saturday
:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
Daily service morning and eve-
ning.
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BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach
MOSKS MKSCHKI^Fr", lfcibbl
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "Constant
Sacrifice." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, chanting. Early Sabbath
service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath after-
noon. Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion
of the Week." Servicemen's Sha-
losh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel
Schafron.
Adult classes: Talmud daily 5
to 6 p. m., S. Freedman, conduct-
ing. "Legends of the Talmud"
course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi
Mescheloff; week days, 6:30 to 7
p. m. Bible study period, H.
Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays.
All classes in synagogue building
open to public.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
schaareTzedek
154S 8. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON Al'ItlU Kabbt
Services: Friday, 6:45 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services,
Rabbi Simon April: "The Por-
tion of the Week." Shalosh Sudas,
6:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Heach
ABRAHAM I). WOL.F, Cantor
Friday, 8 p. m. Rabbi B. Swir-
sky, Congregation Beth Jacob,
Chicago: "A Rendezvous With
Destiny." Cantor Abraham D.
Wolf and the central choir will
conduct the musical selections.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Swirsky: "Historic Re-
quest of Ninety-Three." Oneg
Shabot, 9 a. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
COI,MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RAI'.KI JACOB H. KAPLAN. PhD
Rabbi Emeritus
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman: "A People
Possessed by An Idfca." Sister-
hood and reception will follow.
Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, of-
ficiating.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41M St., Miami Beach
S M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "The Reward of Si-
lence." Hostesses, social period:
Mrs. Esther Glasser, Mrs. Lotta
Gross and Mrs. Sophie Frankel.
Saturday, 9 a. m. service: Rabbi
S. M. Machtei: "A New Heart
and a New Soul. Kiddush.
Adult classes: Advanced Jewish
Law and Metaphysics. Sunday,
11 a. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei:
"Power of Gratitude." Discus-
sion of practical problems and
their solutions.
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Ft. Landerdale, Pla,
Reform SynnKogue serving Uollywuxl,
h'X. IjDiidcrdale and lirow.ird County
SAMUEL HAI.KVI BARON, Rabbi
Sabbath services: Friday, 8
p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
a. m.
Sisterhood benefit social: Mon-
day, 8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 7 p. m.
LEADER OF ZIONISM NOW
IN UNCLE SAM'S SERVICE
Washington, D. CRabbi Isa-
dore Breslau, Zionist leader of
this city and former national ex-
ecutive director of the Zionist
Organization of America, has en-
tered the service of Uncle Sam
as a chaplainfirst lieutenant in
the U. S. Army, the national
Z. O. A. headquarters announced
here recently. He has been as-
signed to Daytona Beach, Fla.
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OBITUARIES
Rites for Mrs. Ida Rosenberg
Michel, 60, who came here in
1831 from Chicago, were con-
ducted at 4 p. m. Friday in the
Palmer Funeral Chapel by Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David.
Burial was in Woodlawn Park
Cemetery. Mrs. Michel died
Wednesday at her home at 1631
S. W. 16th Street, where she
lived with a sister, Mrs. Rose
Isaacs. Also surviving are a
daughter, Miss Janet Michel of
Washington, D. C; two brothers,
Moses Rosenberg of Chicago and
Fred H. Rosenberg of Waco,
Tex., and two other sisters. Mrs.
B. J. Huttner and Mrs. Delia
Cohen, both of Chicago.
Jake Brown, 81, pioneer Mi-
amian, died last Thursday at his
home, 994 S. W. Second Street.
He came here 23 years ago from
Ocala and is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Flora Brown, and
daughter. Miss Helen L. Brown,
both of Miami; a son, J. D. Brown
of Decatur, Ga.; a grandaughter,
Virginia Brown of Decatur; a
brother, Joe Brown of Bennetts-
ville, Ga., and three sisters. Mrs.
G. P. Phelps and Mrs. P. A.
Dampicr, both of Miami, and
Miss Rachel Brown of St. Au-
gustine. Interment was Tues-
day.
UNVEILINGS
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Samuel
W. Alpert will be held this Sun-
day. March 28, in the Jewish
section of the Woodlawn Ceme-
tery at 2 p. m. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will officiate and will be
assisted by the entire member-
ship of the Freda Markowitz
Post, No. 174. Jewish War Vet-
erans, and auxiliary. Friends of
the late Mr. Alpert are asked
to be present. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer
of the Miami Monument Co.
The unveiling of a monument
in memory of Jerold Elmer Wise,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wise,
will take place this Sunday after-
noon at the Temple Israel Ceme-
tery in Graceland Memorial
Park at 12:30 noon, with Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman. officiating.
Friends of the family and in the
community are asked to attend.
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B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By PAUL WEITZMAN
TOTAL OF DRIVE WORKERS
NOW EXCEEDS 600 MARK
Additional workers aiding the"
current Greater Miami Jewish
Federation drive, supplementing
the list published last week, were
announced from the Federation
office, bringing the total in ex-
cess of 600.
They include:
Volunteer Service Division
Mrs. Selma Katz.
Team 505
Mrs. Ida Feinberg.
Mrs. Evelyn Rodgers.
Team 510
Mrs. Licber.
Team 606
Samuel Duhin.
New Gift Division
Harold Turk, chairman.
Team 700
Rudy R. Adler, captain.
Team 701
Leo Chaiken, captain.
Team 702
Jacob Felt, captain.
Sam S. Kershbaum.
Philip Salman.
Team 703
Mrs. B. H. London, captain.
Mrs. Berger.
Mrs. Anna Berow.
Mrs. Sam Blank.
Mrs. Dolgin.
Mrs. Morris Frank
Mrs. Kimmell.
Mrs. Mescheloff.
Mrs. Rose Weiss.
Team 704
Morton Russack, captain.
RABBI MACHTEI TO SPEAK
ON RABBINICAL PROGRAM
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will be
the speaker over Station WQAM
at 9:15 a. m. Sunday on the Rab-
binical Association program. His
subject will be "Perchance To
Dream."
An event of historic impor-
tance in the annals of Sholem
Lodge, No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, and
in the community will take place
Sunday evening, March 28. 1943,
at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th
Street, Miami, commencing at 8
p. an., when more than 135 men
will be formally initiated into
that organization.
The magnitude of this achieve-
ment on the part of the 100th
Anniversary Membership Com-
mittee must reflect the position
Bnai B'rith holds in the esteem
of the Jewish community. A cen-
tury devoted to the interests of
the Jewish people; 100 years of
service to every community in
which B'nai B'rith lodges are
situated and throughout its un-
divided, unstinted allegiance to
the country which gave it being
is bearing fruit. Every Ben B'rith
can take pride in the achieve-
ments of B'nai B'rith and in the
every-day service it renders. It
gives its members the opportu-
nity to serve their community
and their country without pecu-
niary benefitand in return
B'nai B'rith, by the power ac-
quired by its hundreds of thou-
sands of members, speaks with
their voices in alleviating the
lot of the Jews.
It is to be hoped that many of
the new members will actively
participate in the deliberations
of Sholem Lodge and give active
support to its projects. Thus
they will be working for the dis-
trict and the national organiza-
tion.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar To Speak
For Ben B'riths, as well he
might be for all others. Dr. Abram
L. Sachar is the basis of com-
parison for visiting speakers. And
it is difficult to find men who
can measure up to his standard.
To hear him once is to find others
wantingnot alone in style of
oratory, but in the substance
which Dr. Sachar sets before his
audiences like newly discovered
delectable dishes providing savor
flavor, while whetting the appe-
tite.
Dr. Sachar, national director of
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation;
author of "Sufferance Is the
Badge'' and a "History of the
Jews;" historian and formerly as-
sociate professor of European his-
tory at the University of Illi-
nois, will address members of
B'nai B'rith, their ladies and
friends at the Temple Israel this
coming Sunday, March 28. Dr.
Sachar is making a special trip
to Miami, at the invitation of
Sholem Lodge, to speak at {he
initiation of the anniversary
class of new members.
Those who have heard Dr.
Sachar before will need no sec-
ond invitation to hear him again;
those who have not have a great
treat in store for them, and they
are urged to take advantage of
the opportunity afforded and at-
tend the event extraordinary.
Help Buy a Bomber!
Sholem Lodge is launching a
campaign to sell $300,000 in war
bonds with which the govern-
ment will buy a bomber. This
campaign will continue through-
out the month of April and every-
one is asked to purchase his April
quota of war bonds from Sholem
Lodge. Special permission has
been obtained, as it must be. to
engage in this campaign. And
with the purchase of the bomber,
by means of the funds so raised,
goes the extra privilege of nam-
ing the bomber.
With the start of this cam-
paign Sholem Lodge will have
the right to issue war bonds just
the same as a bank or any other
authorized issuing agency. This,
too, should be an incentive to
purchase war bonds through
B'nai B'rith now and thereafter.
Even though it may mean in-
vesting more than 10 per cent of
income for war bonds in April,
everyone is asked to make the
investment. It is a peculiar way
to "buy a bomber" for our war
birds by investing in war bonds
which bring a return of $1 for
every $3 invested at the expira-
tion of 10 years. No one is asked
to make any sacrificejust an
investment. And in so doing
the investor is helping to stave
off inflation, and a consequent
decrease in the value of his dol-
lar. From any angle, the argu-
ments are as sound as the United
States of America.
Help buy and name a
bomber! Buy war bonds, and
more war bonds! No one who
has the welfare of his country
at heart can have too many war
bonds. God grant it never be
found that he had too few!
HILLEL NATIONAL DIRECTOR
WILL MAKE LOCAL ADDRESS
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of the Hillel Founda-
tions, will address the Jewish
students and the student body
Monday evening, March 29, at
the University Theater, Univer-
sity of Miami, Coral Gables, at
8 p. m. Adults are invited to be
present and hear Dr. Sachar"s ad-
dress on "University Life In
America." Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Hillel counselor, Miami; Louis
Heiman, state chairman of Hillel
Activities, and Mrs. Sam Silver,
president of B'nai B'rith Aux-
iliary, are in charge of the pro-
gram.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Br B^RRY SCHWARTZ
Children's Recital Sunday
Sunday afternoon. March 28,
at 4 o'clock, the "Y" will pre-
sent the children of its various
el asses in a joint recital. The
efcildren of the dancing classes,
saslructed by Mrs. Blanche Mey-
ers, will render various tap and
UK dances. The dramatics
group, directed by Miss Dorothy
Laghtman, will render a short
eosaedy skit. Miss Lightman,
who is also instructor in arts
aad crafts, will have a display
ef the handicraft made by the
children.
Admission is free.
Y. W. H. A.
An Evening With Our Mem-
bers and Our Books" will be the
event of the Y. W. H. A. this
month at the next meeting on
Wednesday evening, April 7.
at 8:30 o'clock. Three short book
reviews by Mrs. Charles Feld-
aa, Mrs. Louis Heiman and
Mrs. Ann Pastroff on three out-
standing books will be given and
tellewid by an open forum.
A social half hour with un-
usual refreshments served by
Mrs. Macy Levinson and Mrs.
Ida Optner and their committee
will conclude the evening.
Mrs. Victor Mell Is chairman
acid Mrs. Joel Belov is co-chair-
man of the evening. All mem-
bers are cordially invited to at-
tend this unusual evening.
Cub Pack Installed
Cub Pack No. 6. the newly-
organized Junior Boy Scouts,
were officially installed last
Wednesday evening when an of-
ficial charter was presented on
behalf of the Boy Scouts >
America to Leo Ackerman, chair-
man of the board.
The children presented various
sketches and adresses were made
by the members of the commit-
tee. The following persons par-
ticipated: Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Horace A. Scott, Leo Ackerman,
L. H. Zimmon, Alfred Kahn,
Sylvan Wetstein, Maurice Gross-
man, the boys of Den No. 2,
Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Mrs.
Ben Abrahams. Den Mothers: the
boys of Den No. 1, Mrs Law-
rence Friedman and Mrs Al
Wetner, Den Mothers, and Coral
Way School Cub Pack.
Miami Service League
The Miami Service L
NOTED LECTURER AUTHOR
TO GIVE MESSAGE IN MIAMI
Charles B. Sherman, noted lec-
turer and author, director of
civic-protective and field activi-
ties of the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee, will visit in Miami while
making a tour of the South for
his organization. He has a spe-
cial message from the ghettos of
Poland and other Nazi-occupied
countries.
Mr. Sherman, who is also a
member of the General Jewish
Council and the Labor League
for Human Rights of the Ameri-
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membership tea, originallj
tiled for Monday, March 29, has
lx*en postponed because ol
Federation drive. The affair will
be held on Monday evening,
April 5.
Washington (WNS>The adop-
tion this week by the House ol
Representatives of a resolution.
i r this month bv the
Senate, condemning the
cr of Ji M ish men.
women ,-md children," was de-
scribed by Ri p, Emanu
of New York as a first step in
a program ol action to save the
I Jews in Naz I countri
Mr Celler, who helped draft
the resolution whirl, was inti
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be regarded only as a pi
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that after tl
ttlej
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ler said
it is now hoped that the I fi I
Nations at their next conference
will, backed by the resolution
take up the question of estab-
lishing some temporary haven
for the Jews now within the
boundary of Germany and Nazi-
conquered lands."
The adopted resolution, the
text of which was issued m last
week's WNS dispateb.es. con-
demned the Nazi crimes against
the Jews as "brutal and u
fensible outrages" and called for
the punishment ol all those re-
sponsible for the anti-Jewish
atrocities.
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War Damage Insurance vs.
Complacency
On Nov. 11, 1918, the American
people, buoyed up with the idea
"IT CAN'T HAPPEN AGAIN," re-
tired Into a Stage of complacency
to enjoy beautiful dreams of
white doves cooing and chirping
on the window-sills of a hundred
and thirty million American
homes to be awakened only by
an alarm clock of bombs (made
in Japan) at Pearl Harbor.
Since then things have ma-
terially changed. Wishful think-
ers turned into aggressive build-
ers; dormant dollars into guns
and bullets; men of peace into
heroes of war.
And so. The Reconstruction Fi-
nance Corporation also changed.
By act of Congress it added to
its collossal peace-time financial
agencies several war-time under-
takings, among which THE WAR
DAMAGE CORPORATION plays
a great part in obtaining for the
American people the 'third free-
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mium The War Drnagc Corpo-
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loss or damage to your property,
real and personal, which may re-
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j United States in resisting enemy
attack). The premium rates run
' from One Dollar per Thousand
on dwellings to the highest rate
I of $1.80 per Thousand on Rail-
road property.
When Thy War Damage Cor-
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intended to be handled by the
Post Offices in the same manner
as money orders or War Bond
sales, but to alleviate the nui-
sance of standing in lines by their
respective clients. The Insurance
Agents of America, of which the
undersigned is one. took over
the work of accepting applica-
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pertaining to war risk insurance j
without any cost to the insured, j
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE LNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
'-' ii herebf eien that Hi*
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bus indei the flrtltloua name
WIM." TRADING COMPAMT,
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MISCHA ELMAN
will bo guest-soloist with the
University of Miami's Symphony j notice
Orchestra Sunday afternoon. Mar.
28. Tickets are now available
far the concert under the direc-
tion of Modeste Aloo to be held
at the Miami Senior High School
auditorium
LEGAL NOTICES
FOR
Passover will be observed this
year by more members of the
American armed forces than ever
before in the history of the
United States, the Jewish Wel-
fare Board recently announced.
r \i mi it
AKIl'LAUCS
SlfcVfCE
i. ..
June
OF APPLICATION
TAX DEED
File 36040
Notice is hereby riven that y [*.
..?!' ."".'I"1 ho'1'" ae assignee of
y or Miami T:.x Certificate num-
I'Ost, dated the Mh dm* ,,f
A. O. 1138, lias file.) said r'ei
uncate In my office, ann has made
application for tax dei-d to l.i.. n,,.,.
on m accordance with law Bald Car
tincate emhraree the following .1-
scrlbed property, slinai
County, Florida, to-w.t
ptIl0tolS:i.BiocK.11' r'r!li"lan.i Revised,
llat look J, i-acn m ln ,h.. ,.,, f
nSrida. -f 0mU" s,il,H "'
nJu! iffffSS1 of "al" Property
under th<- Ortifieate iwue.l was li.
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Cartirieate shall be redeemed aooocd
iSfth. isl'v^ ,, Dad.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
File A 6671
Notice is hereby riven thai C fl
.M.ovei anri Katharine Oroover. hus-
nd and wife, holders of State and
iunt) Taa Certificate No 19U Is-
sued the tth nay of July, A 1> lJT,
ttave .llerl mmr ,n my ofYlOO. and
have >ii4 If appit. ation for a tax .l.1
to be laeued thereon Bald Certificate
the following deacribed
Property in the County ef Dad* state
Of Florida, to-wll
U>l II Block 1 T.e.Mlee. Sub.
^t Book ?, Pace 141, In the County
''.;' State of rtortda
Tlie iMfffinfnt of mopI pi'n>tr
under the Na.ri Certlflcau a In itie
name <.r 5 h Bartleti
i nleaa -.,,! Ortifieate shall he re-
deemed acr..rrtlnr to law. the property
daacrlbedk|thereln will be *.].| ,he
I irhest bid-le, 4, ,h. Court II luae
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President Roosevelt was called
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to rescue the millions of Jews
facing extinction in Nazi-occupied
Europe, in a petition submitted to
mm by 282 professors of 83
American uniyersities and col-
leges.
THREE O'CLOCK .,
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Mrs. Murry Koji
Harry MarkowsJn
Nat Roth
Milton Sirlda
Joseph Stein
Mm. Herbert Wi
Carl Weinkle
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
S/Sgt Theocore L. Billen. 20,
of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., whose
air combat experiences have been
presented in newspaper feature
stories throughout the country,
sets a new record for decorations
received by American Jewish
servicemen. He holds the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross, the Air
Medal, the Purple Heart and two
citations to members of the
famous 19th Bombardment Squad-
ronfive decorations in all. Ser-
geant Billen, now in this country
serving as an instructor at the
Pyote, Texas, Army Air Base,
was first recorded in the Honor
Roll in January.
On duty in the Southwest Pa-
cific for 11 monthsfrom the day
following Pearl Harbor until Nov.
3, 1942he performed with "great
skill and untiring efforts." Per-
haps nothing can tell so well and
simply "the story of this flyer's
achievements as the citation
which accompanied the award of
the D. F. C: "Sergeant Billen
participated in more than 200
ours of operational flight mis-
sions during which hostile com-
bat was probable and expected.
These flights included long-range
ombing missions against enemy
airdromes and installations and
attacks on enemy vessels and
sjaipping. Throughout these op-
erations. Sergeant Billen dis-
played outstanding ability and
'Sevotion to duty." Previously he
had been cited for "singularly
meritorious acts of essential serv-
ice at Java and Australia."
Sergeant Billen is an aerial
engineer and gunner. He entered
the air service two-and-a-half
years ago.
KEEP IN
CONTACT
WITH THE BOYS
Next week, on this page,
will appear the address of
local boys in serviceso
their friends may write
"Write to those who fight."
FORWARD MARCH!
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:
Caplan, Lewis.
Caplan, Dr. Milton.
Cass, Philip.
Cassell, Benjamin B.
Chenet, Henry.
Cohen, Edward.
Cohen, Harold Joseph.
Cohen, Jack.
Cohen, Lawrence J.
Cohen, Matthew.
Cohen, Samuel O.
Cohen, Sanders G.
Cohen, Walter H., Jr.
Covitch, Nathan.
Cowan, Murray.
Cowen, Raymond L.
Cohen, Jack.
Catsman, Raymond M.
Chertock, Jack.
Cohen, Eugene E.
Cohen, Herbert J.
Cohen, Norman B.
Cole, Albert C.
Cohn, Lawrence G.
Dacks, Murray.
Dantzig, Moses.
Dayan, Rubin M.
Deckelbaum, Joseph.
Dickler, Irving.
Davis, Stanley.
Davis, Joseph L
Dansky, Sol.
Davidson, J. H.
Dreisen. Anson I.
Drucker, Joseph.
Drucker, David.
Dolgin, Bernard.
Dubbin, Albert S.
Davidson, Seymour.
Dreyfuss. M. Jack
Dubbin, Herbert.
Dansky, Mrs. Sylvia Blasser.
Dreyfuss, Jerome S.
Drucker, Nathan.
Easton, Edwin D.
Eisenberg, David.
Ellison, Martin Lee.
Ellman, Abraham L.
Ehrlich. David S.
Efros, Abe.
Efros, George.
Efros, Lou.
Ehrlich, Richard.
Epstein, Robert.
Please fill out the coupon be-
low concerning any information
i about your boy in the service.
Service Men Bits
We hear this week from Fort
Bragg where Lt. Alfred Augus-
tine writes us to correct a list-
ing appearing on the Service
Page as Harry Augustine. We
are happy to note and correct our
records to read Lt. Alfred Au-
gustine, Dental Clinic, F. A. R. C,
Fort Bragg.
Burnett Roth, practicing law in
Miami until recently when he
closed his offices to make ar-
rangements to enter the service,
will leave for Camp Blanding
March 29. He will serve with
the volunteer officers' corps, in
which he enlisted. "Burney," as
he is known, was former presi-
dent of Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
PARENTS RECEIVE WORD
FROM SON NOW IN AFRICA
Pvt. Joe D. Aronson has made
the rating of corporal at his new
base at Muroc, Calif. He gradu-
ated from the Technical Train-
ing School at Amorilla, Texas.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob G. Aronson of 1036 N. W.
63rd Street.
GIRLS COMPLETE TRAINING;
DECIDE TO GET GODMOTHER
Name_____________________
Address (Home)___________
Date of Birth____________
Kama of Nearest Ralatfrre
Address___________________
Date of Enlistment
Relationship-
Branch mi Servtom-
Bervioa Addxeaa___
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Outfit
Promotions.
or
caeuaMr OS
Girls in one company of
WAACs, completing their basic
training at Daytona Beach, re-
cently decided to get themselves
a company godmother. It jus
seemed the thing to do. As soon
as word leaked out that the com-
pany was going to adopt a god-
mother, candidates turned up
from all sides. It became neces-
sary to put the matter to a vote.
Votes were cast on the basis of
letters and packages received
from the girls' mothers. The
winner turned out to be Mrs. Nat
Smith of Lebanon, Pa., whose
daughter, Barbara Smith, is a
member of the company in ques-
tion in Daytona. Mrs. Smith is
chairman of the Jewish Welfare
Board's social committee in Le-
banon, and has been active in
morale work for some time, but
she's never been a godmother be-
fore. She's getting used to it,
though. Just reread "Cinder-
ella" for pointers.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer. 1786
N. W. 10th Street, received a let-
ter this week from their son,
Pete, now with the armed forces
in Africa. A perusal shows some
interesting tid-bits about the life
there:
Dear Pop and Mom:
Just a few words from your
far-away son in Africa. Did you
ever think your family would
scatter that far? I'm feeling
pretty good, Pop. The army
agrees with me fine and I am
getting along welL This country
is very interesting and so differ-
ent from home. The people think
and act different. I ran into some
Jewish people and was lucky
enough to find one that spoke
English. They do not know Yid-
dish. They either speak the
language of the country or He-
braic. They have some fine
synagogues here. I haven't had
a chance to go yet, but will soon.
According to their story, these
people have had it very tough
here. The Germans fined them
most all of their property. They
could get no ration books. They
don't remember what candy or
sugar is like. They were all fond
of tea but have had no tea for
more than two years. And worst
of all they were all threatened
with complete extinction on a
certain date last year, but the
Americans came in just a week
before that date. You could find
no more loyal people here than
the Jews. Too bad but the same
can't be said for everybody here.
Have Bill get you some of this
stationery and use an air mail
stamp so that I can get your let-
ter quickly. I want to know how
everything is in Miami. How
your house and yard looks by
now. Anything new with all your
grandchildren? Best love to all.
Son, PETE.
Here is one Miamian who has
been in the army air forces less
than a year and is stationed in
England. He is JACK EVANS.
22. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Evans
of the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach.
He enlisted in the army last July
and received his basic training at
Kessler Field, Miss. Later, he
was sent to MacDill Field, near
Tampa, for further training be-
fore being sent to England. He
is a graduate of Ida M. Fisher
High School, Miami Beach,
where he played football, base-
ball and basketball. Before en-
listing he attended the Univer-
sity of North Carolina.
PVT. HOWARD SONNIE De-
VORKIN. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel DeVorkin, 1334 Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach, r -
cently was graduated from the
parent radio school of the Air
Forces Technical Training com-
mand.
It is the duty of you, the par-
ents, relatives and friends of
these and all other men now in
the service to fill out the Perma-
nent War Record blank found on
the Service Page of this edition,
and return same to the commit-
tee in charge, who need your help
so that we will, for all time, have
a record of the services your boy
rendered to our country during
World War No. 2.
Service Parade is devoted to
news of our boys in the Armed
Service. Please send your boys'
letters and news Hems of inter-
est to War Records Committee,
P. O. Box 2973, or phone Service
Parade Editor care of Jewish
Floridian2-1141.
ABOUT OUR BOYS
Daytona Beach WAAC train-
ing reports Auxiliary Edith S.
Greenberg, 1015 S. W. 13th Street,
as a member of the first class to
be graduated at new cantonment
area.
Des Moines WAAC training
center reveals that Auxiliaries
Edith Vernick, Dallas Park Hotel,
and Bertha Breskin, 860 N. E.
74th Street, have been advanced
to rank of leader, WAAC equiva-
lent of sergeant.
Milton R. Singer Miami Beach
High School graduate and former
University of Miami student, has
been inducted into the army air
forces as an aviation cadet. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Singer of 423 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach.
BOMBER CRASHES IN FIELD;
THREE TRAINEES ARE KILLED
A medium bomber, during a
training flight, made a forced
landing recently near Rochester,
Ind. The plane crashed into a
depression in a clover field and
all three trainees who had been
aboard were instantly killed.
They were Lt. Mayer Feigen-
baum, a Jewish boy from Phila-
delphia, Pa., and two Christian
fellow airmen, Lt. Leonard Tall
of Cambridge, Md., and Lt. James
Waldner of New York City.
Several weeks before the trag-
edy, the three boys, on furlough
from Baer Field, Indiana, were
assembled in the apartment of
Lieutenant Waldner's mother m
New York City.
During the visit, Lieutenamt
Tall explained to Mrs. Waldner
how Waldner, Feigenbaum and
he had been up in an army plane
during a training flight, and
how Feigenbaum had accidentally
fallen through the hatch of the
plane. James had acted quickly
and pulled him back to safety by
main force.
"Your son is a hero." Leonard
said. "He saved Mayer's life."
"We've since decided," James
said quietly, "that the three of
us will either come through this
war together or die together."
Feigenbaum and Tall nodded
solemnly.
DON'TS TO YOU!
Do you want your soldier or
sailor boy home on leave to ea-
joy himself? Then here are some
"don'ts" recommended by Maj.
Carroll W. McColpin, DFR holder.
Don't buy new home furnish-
ings for him "to come back to."
He'll appreciate it more if yew
buy war bonds.
Don't talk him to death.
Don't try to plan his time er
show him off to relatives.
Don't pump him for what ae
has seen and donehe wants to
forget for a while.
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible
Through the Co-Operation of:
Abess & Costar
Natl*Al Bank
Adeiman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. e. atth st.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
Carl's Markets
Miami Miami B.a.n
Cowen's Shoe Stores
MS B. FUtator St. S22 Lincoln Me.
Cromer Wholesale
at M. a. Third at.
Green Bros.
M M. C. S4th St.
Rob Dry Goods
Mf N. C. Miami Ava-
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne -Uniforms
114 N. E. Saaand Avt.
artowitz & Resnick
ISIS N. E. Saaand Ava.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
Ml N. W. sand Ava.
Miami Rag Co.
100 8. Miami Ava.
Palmer Funeral Chape.
Mnay H. Palmar, Raaldant Ownar
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
ISO E. Flafllar St
losedali Delicatessen & Restamt
m m. w. mto at,
J. Rabin Sins-Original RiUk
14> M. Mlaaal Ava.
Soitbiasten Salesmen's Ciraran
Lansfard B4MIfl
Standard Wholesale Grocery Ce.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943
"JEWISH EDUCATION TAKES
PRECEDENCE OVER ALL"
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN
Do You Know That Only 300 of the 3900 Jewish Children of
Greater Miami are Receiving a Daily Hebrew School Education?
"Sending Your Children to Religious School at This Time is a Dramatic Affir-
mation of Our Faith of a Better World That is to Arise After the War is Won."
HON. HERBERT H. LEHMAN, former Governor of the State of New York.
THE JEWISH EDUCATION ASSOCIATION WAS FORMED:
TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND
OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN. THE YOUTH
AND ADULTS BY MAINTAINING. OPERATING
AND SUPERVISING A SYSTEM OF HEBREW
SCHOOLS.
TO ELIMINATE THE WASTE AND CHAOTIC
CONDITION OF HEBREW EDUCATION IN
GREATER MIAMI.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE HEBREW EDUCATION
OF CHILDREN WHOSE PARENTS CANNOT
AFFORD TO PAY TUITION FEES.
TO ESTABLISH A COORDINATED SYSTEM OF
HEBREW EDUCATION DEVELOPED BY MOD-
ERN EXPERTS.
TO MAINTAIN AND CARRY ON THE MIGHTY
TRADITION OF JEWISH CULTURE HANDED
DOWN THROUGH THE CENTURIES BY GENE-
RATIONS OF PROPHETS AND SAGES.
TO COLLECT AND FORM A LIBRARY CON-
TAINING THE CULTURAL TREASURES CRE-
ATED BY THE JEWISH SOUL THROUGH 4.000
YEARS OF HISTORY.
There is A
J. E. A. Hebrew School Branch
In Your Neighborhood
S. W. Branch, Y.M.H.A., 1567 S.W. 5th St., Miami N. W. Branch, Beth David Cong., 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami
M. E. Branch, Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami South Beach Branch, Beth Jacob Cong., 311 Washington Ave.
Send Your Child to the Nearest and Most
Convenient Branch School
We Invite Your Membership Into Our Association
DUES $5.00 PER YEAR
JOIN WITH US!
Greater Miami Jewish Education Assn
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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 -Jewlsti IhtiUtr PAGE THREE SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS Hwmmmmmmmmwmm** I .1 I ——— CEREMONIALS The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Zeleck Alpert, 34 N. W. 25th Street, took place • %  Tuesday afternoon at the Victoria Hospital with Rabbi S. M MachteL officiating. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapiro, 20 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, anaounced the marriage of their daughter, Jackie, to Corp. Harry Galiaski March 19. Miss Shapiro attended local schools and m recent months was active in U. S. O. events. Corporal Galinsky is attached to the medical division in Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff solemnized the marriage of Solomon C. Trugman and Sylvia Beitstock this week. PROGRAM SUBMITTED FOR FOR NAZI TERRORIZED JEWS PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper returned to the city last week from Jacksonville, where Mr. Pepper Underwent a major operation. iS?M £ ep P crs are at their home, 1274 S. W. Sixth Street, where Mr. Pepper is convalescing from his recent illness. Mr. Pepper is president of Congregation Schaarei Zedek and the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heiman arrived here from Atlanta for a months' stay visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Max Kupferstein left Saturday for New York to attend the funeral of her brother, who died suddenly. Dan Roth was elected leading knight at the annual election of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge last week. RABBI TO TAKE IT IN 0. S. MRS. MELVIN ENGLANDER whose wedding was an event of March 14 at Beth David. Mrs. Englander was the former Sophie Tendrich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich of Coconut Grove. New York (WNS)—A program for the immediate rescue of the Jews of Nazi-occupied Europe, including the establishment by the United Nations of temporary havens of refuge and financial assistance to Jewish refugees escaping from the Nazi terror, was approved this week by the executive committee of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America. The council announced that its proposals for the rescue of European Jewry would be submitted for consideration to the forthcoming conference. At the same time the council set aside May 2 for observance in churches of a "Day of Compassion" for the Jews in Europe. All Christians were invited to "join in united intercession on May 2 for the victims of racial and religious persecution as a special occasion for the expression of Christian solicitude." The council also urged Christians throughout the country "to give their moral support to whatever measures afford promises of rescuing European Jews whose lives are in jeopardy." SPECIAL HEM CARD FOR MEATS Toronto (WNS)—Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, who is leaving to become director of the Union of American Congregations, largest Jewish religious organization in the world, bade farewell to his Holy Blossom Temple congregation this week. His successor at Holy Blossom has not yet been named. Rabbi Eisendrath's headquarters will be in Cincinnati and New York, with his formal induction to take place at New York at the biennial council meeting April 2-4. He said he had twice refused the offer of the directorship. The first appointee had died untimely; the second, who had a deep knowledge of the Arabs, was now liaison officer between the United States forces and the Arabs in North Africa. When the third call came. Rabbi Eisendrath felt he was drafted I take this opportunity to thank my many friends for their countless courtesies extended during my recent illness. The many telegrams, cards, notes, flowers, gifts were gratefully appreciated. The sentiments expressed did much to accelerate my recovery. May all of ma enjoy the future void from ill health. A. PEPPER. 1274 S. W. Sixth Street, Miami. •<-*: vx — PEsaasagg ; fcSKHS m THE GARDEN OF MEMORIES mOUITT IK BO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES Wnt 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 grounds— not a half mile from the entrance. IS**' m %  : %  Does the Cemetery Have Walks? Or do people have to climb over graves to reach their plots? Every private plot in Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path. Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn S rinklers. You could make no finer oice for your family. Washington — The Office of Price Administration Wednesday announced a special table of ration point values for kosher meats to be applied under the new program starting Monday. Differences between the kosher table and the standard table of values reflect differences in meat cuts. Tne official list contains most of the kosher items usually available to consumers and sets forth five main classifications—beef, veal, lamb, sausage and readyto-eat meats. There are 78 products ranging in value from one to nine points a pound. A large number of items are rated at seven and eight points, OPA said, and slightly more than one-fifth have a value of six points. Only two—dry sausage and boneless shoulder veal—are worth nine points. Another difference between the standard and kosher tables is that the latter provides for point values by ounces instead of by pounds. Both the standard and kosher tables set point values by ounces as well as per pound. Provision is made also for expenditure of ration points by fractions. Where a purchase is made calling for expenditure of less than a full ration point, the following rules will apply: A fraction of ;t point is dropped if it is less than one-half point: if the fraction is more than onehalf point, a full point is charged. Fractions of half points on two or more items bought in a single purchase are added together. If the total purchase results in a fraction of a half point, a full point is charged. Sample point values for kosher products: Beef—Rib steak or rost. 8; chuck steak or roast (boneless), 8; brisket breast of beef (boneless). 6; boneless shank. 6: hamburger, 5. Veal—Foresaddle, breast (bone in), 4; shoulder chops. 4; back, rib and chuck. 7; ground veal and patties. 6. Lamb—Foresaddle, rib chops and roast, 7: shoulder chops, rib bone, 7; lamb patties, 6; livers, 6. Sausage—Dry sausage (such as salami), 9; semi'-dry, 8; all others, 7. Ready-to-eat^ meats — Corned beef, 8; pastrami, 7; tongues. 8. 1/ SAMULEL FRIEDLAND Newly-installed President. Miami Beach Jewish Center i ..t %  | ;-t ., MRS. JOSEPH H. KLINE whose wedding was solemnized Sunday evening, Feb. 7, is the former Miss Lilly Alexander. The couple make their home in Cambridge, where Mr. Kline k an instructor at the Massachusetts Institute ef Technology. PALMER I 7 1 .item! Chapel 100.' W. 'iAr,'. it, A ^ A cT 9-2664 — The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 301 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 8200 N. W. 32nd Street PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Parpatual Car* Tltia Inauranoe Lot§ may b* %  urahaaa* en aenvanlant tarma Business) Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU ??PE I i it'ii n i" Washington (WNS)—The state department this week disclaimed any knowledge of published reports that United States diploI matic representatives were negoi tiating with several South American countries for the creation of 1 a haven for thousands of European Jewish refugees in Latin America. The state department denial followed publication by the New York newspaper PM of a dispatch from its Buenos Aires correspondent which said that "a vast plan for resettling thousands of Jews and other refugees in South America currently is being studied in several important Latin American capitals as one of the most important points in the United Nations' post-war program." Sidney Dubbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dubbin, left Camp Blanding and he is now at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Ark., where he is taking his basic training. Special meeting and election of officers of B'nai B'rith Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. Al Hirschkom, 420 Flamingo Drive. Monday. Beth El Sisterhood held their monthly meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Dan Goodmark. 245 Walton Blvd. Temple Israel Religious School celebrated Purim at the Temple on Broward Avenue Sunday morning. The adults held a Purim supper party at Schwartzburg Hall at 6:30 p. m. with Mrs. Joe Bonowitz and Mrs. John Ryder as hostesses. I u L hc B ? ln „ El Sun day School neld their Purim party Sunday morning. The sisterhood held a supper Sunday night followed by cards. For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM-llCE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProICK CaftBAaaf ducts and Ice Cream. WMILK • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE



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^Jewish Florid fan COMBINING Ttie JlBWUSttl HJmSVy *9 VOLUME 16—No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1943 PRICE 10 CENT! Drive Reaches T hree-Quarter Mark—Activity is Urged $35,000 Still Needed to Reach Goal of $135,977; Report Meetings Held Nightly at Temple Israel with Aids Reaching the three quarter mark as a series of report meetings brought returns from the more than 600 volunteer workers, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation still needed about $35,000 to reach the goal of $135,877. The 1943 annual campaign started March 21 after weeks of intense planning and was formally opened with a "Kick Off" rally last Saturday evening at Temple Israel when Louis Sobel, J. D. C. representative, addressed a gathering of 500. Sobel, just returned from abroad after spending nine months in Lisbon working on the refugee problem, visited here en route on a tour of 21 South American countries. He depicted the refugee scene and the manner in which assistance is rendered to them by the J. D. C. and other aid agencies, all of whom receive local support through Federation. Report meetings were held nightly, Monday through Wednesday, at Temple Israel with a variety of programs presented prepared by the arrangements division, of which Mrs. B. E. Bronston and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein served as chairmen. Monday evening. A Berland, representative of the Anti-Defamation League, delivered a talk followed by entertainment presented by Mrs. Victor Mell, including a series of original Yiddish recitations. Tuesday evening was B'nai B'rith night with A. Z. A. and B'nai B'rith girls participating under the direction of Mrs. Sam Silver, auxiliary president. Wednesday evening, under the direction of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Hadassah presented its members in a skit and musical presentations by Ruth Brotman. Mrs. Herbert Wallach, president of the Miami Beach Service League, presented a program for the ArmyNavy Committee evening Thursday. Receiving much commendation is the "Fund's a-Poppin' being prepared under the direction of Maurice Grossman for the youth division presentation at the Y. M. H. A. Sunday evening. Report meetings are .also scheduled for next Monday and Wednesday at Temple Israel at 8 p. m. Workers are urged to attend. The men's division, under the chairmanship of Milton Friedman and Harry Zukernick; the new gift division, headed by Harold Turk, and the women's division, manned by Mrs. Max Dobrin and Mrs. Monte Selig, issued a joint plea to the teams to please immediately contact all prospects for which they have cards. The campaign, according to their statement, will not be a success unless these divisions meet their individual quotas, and this can only be done by intense efforts on the part of the workers in contacting these citizens for contributions. "FUNDS A-POPPIN'" TO PRESENTED SUNDAY AT BE Final arrangements have been completed for the big musical show entitled "Funds a-Poppin, which will be presented by the Greater Miami Jewish Youth Council Sunday, March 28, at 8 p. m. at the Y. M. H. A. building. The youth council was organized primarily to assist the Federation in its drive for funds. For the past several weeks Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., who organized the youth council, and a group of young men and women have been working incessantly contacting various Jewish youth groups in this area with a view of acquainting them with the purpose of Federation. Unlike previous years, the campaign this year will not be a person-toperson solicitation, but it is planned to bring all the Jewish youths under one roof at one meeting in an effort to solicit funds from them for the Federatioc. Rabbi Colman Zwitman will make the appeal during intermission and the young men and women will be asked to contribute. "Funds a-Poppin'" is a thrilling entertainment of songs and music featuring the best talent of the local area. The skits, dance routines and settings are original. With the aid of five juvenile professionals, the show promises to be the biggest surprise of the year. The cast is directed by Lee Symansky and Freddie Miller from the dramatics department of the University of Miami. The committee of the youth council is composed of Teddy Sakowitz. chairman; Murial Auslander, secretary; Marty Rubinstein, committee chairmen, Marty Rubinstein, Ben Kovensky, Harvey Sootin, Bella Schaff and Marilyn Pollack. Theresa Cohen is assistant director; Murial Auslander, production manager, and Marcella Spector, musical director. The cast includes Natalie Hoffman, Madaleen Schulman, Elyse Newman, Harriett Reisner, Rosalyn Reisner, Irene Jacobs, Bob Rubinstein, Paul Silverman, George Bernstein. Bob Schandloss, Lenny Coplan, Hope Ellen Tannenbaum, Bernyce Badanes, Adele Stone, Marilyn Buckstein. Elmer Spector, Fred Jacobs, Beverly Marks, Leonard Covan, Miriam Schaff, Howard Lavine and Philip Berman. Admission free. NOTED SPEAKER TO MAKE Dr. Abram L. Sachar of national repute as a master of oratory, will address Greater Miami Jewry attending the 100th anniversary celebration of B'nai B'rith Sunday evening at Temple Israel at 8 o'clock. Sponsored by Sholem Lodge, the program includes initiation of more than 135 new members secured during the last month for a campaign to commemorate the occasion. Now chairmaned by AM I RIGHT OR WRONG? Before the opening of the 1943 Federation campaign I publicly and privately predicted we would exceed our goal of $135,977. This optimism was based upon two things. First, the definite information that prospective contributors were anxious, willing and able to give more than ever before to the campaign; second, the belief that the men and women of our community would devote themselves to the task of soliciting prospects as unselfishly this year as they did in previous years, notwithstanding tire and gas rationing and limitations on time caused by other activities related to the war effort. The experience in the campaign thus far has proven me right in the first particular. Where a prospect has been contacted, reports indicate that his 1943 contribution is substantially in excess of his 1942 gift, such increase ranging from 50 to 100 per cent. But am I right in the second particular? Three thousand prospects are still uncontacted. their cards in the hands of workers who are postponing from day to day the completion of their tasks. Do these workers realize that somewhere in this world there are Jewish men. women and children whose lives depend upon them? Such a great responsibility cannot be laid aside. The job must be done—NOW! If you are a solicitor, contact your prospects immediately. Contributions are waiting. If you are not yet enrolled as a worker, call 3-5411 and ask for the privilege of sharing in our task. I still have confidence in the men and women of our community. I still feel they will cover their cards and we will exceed our goal. Am I right or wrong? STANLEY C. MYERS. General Campaign Chairman. 1943 Campaign of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. SERGEANT URBAN IS FIRST ARTIST IN CONCERT SERIES DR. ABRAM SACHAR Harold Turk, the membership drive for this class was instituted by Albert Pa Hot, now in the navy. Dr. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, is making a special trip from the North for this appearance. He is the author of several volumes r.nd was a former professor at the University of Illinois. He is familiar to Miami and Florida, having made several addresses here. "His visits have met with such enthusiastic response that Sholem Lodge considered Dr. Sachar's address at its affair a unanimous and logical choice," stated Louis Heiman. lodge president. BRITAIN HOPES TO TRANSFER MANY JEWS FROM BULGARIA to this event is —Buy War Bonds Today— An intensive nation-wide campaign to recruit Jewish youth for summer farm work in order" to help relieve the national food shortage will be inaugurated on April 1 by B'nai B'rith, it was announced this week in Washington. DRIVE INFORMATION Campaign headquarters of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1943 drive will be maintained at 1002 Congress Building. A call to 3-5411 will elicit any information desired by workers or members of the community. London (WNS)—Capt. Oliver Stanley, British colonial minister, told the House of Commons this week that the British government is making every attempt to transfer the 4,000 Jewish children and 500 adults, stranded in Bulgaria, from that country to Palestine. Departure of the Jewish children for Palestine was reported held up when the Red Cross, which will supervise the transfer, condemned the vessels which has been assigned to the group by the Bulgarian government as "unseaworthy." The first in a series of three concerts featuring renowned artists sponsored by the Y. M. and Y W. H. A. will take place Sunday afternoon. April 4, at 4 o'clock at the "Y" auditorium. Sgt. Bela Urban of the army air forces will feature violin selections. He will be accompanied by his wife. In addition. Mrs. Urban will render piano selections. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will be the narrator. Sergeant Urban, well known locally, has played at the Y. M. H. A. and at many benefits, and was the soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at the opening of the season. Other artists who will appear are Frank Edwinn, basso, on April 25. and Allan Collins, cellist, on May 9. Tickets for the series are $2.20 for members and $3.30 for nonmembers. Because of limited space at the Y. M. H. A., early; reservations are suggested by George Chertkof. chairman. E COMPILES HTI New York (WNS)—The wartime problems of Jewish communities in New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, eastern Pennsylvania, j Virginia and Washington, D. C, I will be discussed at a conference of the Central Atlantic region of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds at the Essex House in Newark, N. J., on March 27-28. The Palestine government has made available a total of 5,400 immigration certificates to the Jewish Agency for Palestine, according to a recent report of the Official Gazette. JEWISH SERVICEMEN TO BE TAKEN IN HOMES Many thousands of Jewish servicemen have to be placed for Passover Sedorim. Responsibility rests with the Jewish community of Greater Miami to provide homes for as many of these men as possible. If you have not been contacted, don't wait but phone Mr. Grossman at the Y. M. H. A.. 3-4012. or Mr. Rothberg at the Jewish Welfare Bureau. 9-1323, and tell them of your willingness to take boys. Do this at once. Alter many months of study and r. search, the interpretation Committee, headed by Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. B. Meyers, has compiled the data and recommendations to be presented to the general Jewish community in brochure form. The major recommendations which have been accepted by the Jewish Welfare Bureau and which will be given in detail arc: 1. The Welfare Bureau, located at 127 N W. Second Street, to service the Jewish people of Greater Miami not only in relief, but also to cope with the everincreasing family problems confronting Jewish residents and non-residents, due to the war crisis and the thousands of soldie rs in our area. It is intended that all cases, relief or service, or both, be referred to the office for immediate consultation. 2. The Baron De Hirsch Loan Fund of the Jewish Welfare Bureau has been extended to embrace two groups of borrowers: Men who are in small businesses and need a loan, but cannot pay interest thereon, but are able to get co-signers, and second, those who desire and are ready for rehabilitation, but cannot secure co-signers—the Baron De Hirsch Loan Fund stands ready and able to provide these loans. 3. Jewish residents are asked to phone the office of the bureau, 3-5377. and indicate their interest in becoming members of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Although the membership dues are necessary, the Jewish community is asked to call the office and enroll as interested members. It is urged that all who read the above statement advise their friends. To become familiar with the entire program, a brochure will be distributed and further detailed articles will appear in the Jewish Floridian.



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PAGE FOUR vlmHtifkrldton FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 &lewistifloridIan PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES II S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 % %  tared as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 md K. Shochet Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year. $2.00 S i* Month*, |1.W MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 ADAR II 19, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 13 TIDBITS FBOM EVBtYWHBlEMuctfy emfdetUlcd -By PHINEAS I. MRONPASSOVER IN THE SERVICE The Passover holidays are nearing and the Greater Miami Jewish community this year finds itself in a different and somewhat embarrassing position. In addition to being out the reputation of "True Southern Hospitality," we usually outdo ourselves in all undertakings and set an example that other communities, far larger and older, would do well to exemplify. This year, at Passover time, we find ourselves with a problem of endeavoring to accommodate the holiday needs of thousands of our servicemen in our midst. Miami Beach alone, to say nothing of the surrounding encampments of Homestead, Thirty-Sixth Street, Opa-Locka and others, has the second largest proportion of Jewish boys congregated at any one place with the figure nearing 10 per cent of the many thousands stationed here. The Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee is trying to do the best possible. The responsibility for the success of the greater portion of this endeavor lies with the families of our community in offering servicemen a haven for the holiday and enable them to enjoy just a little of the great deal they have had to sacrifice fighting for our freedom. To them it means much, to us little—just a mite of inconvenience. The true joy of Passover and its sincere observance calls for the opening of the door to all of those desiring to enter. Will Greater Miami Jewry come through in their customary manner? Will they truly light up their home on the observance of a holiday which commemorates the liberation from bondage—a similar fight to our present battle? Call the Y. M. H. A. and the Jewish Welfare Board, 3-4012, and signify your desire to co-operate. The need is evident—your desire to aid but to be evidenced! OUR COMMUNITY A perusal of the activities of "our community" during the past few weeks demonstrates the shedding of infants' clothes. We have passed our 'teens and might be called grownup. We are far from mature. Last Sunday there were 10 large affairs, all exceedingly well attended but one. A joint Purim celebration of all Sunday schools at the Capitol Theater, used through the graciousness of the owners, brought together some seven hundred children. A noble demonstration, well done, of co-operation among groups and unanimity of purpose fostered above all else. Sunday afternoon at the "Y" a tri-group conference of the three A. Z. A. chapters emulates further this thought. Sunday evening a check-up shows total attendance at the many affairs reaching an amazing figure. Together some 1,500 were present and this in a year when tourists are scarce. Our fellow members in the community are realizing a communal responsibility and are partaking and participating. In the current Federation drive many new faces and workers appear, as in many of the long established groups. The resistance to over-organization has weakened and a realization that overactivity is far more beneficial than a dearth of happenings and efforts is evidenced. All these facts are gratifying information. Leadership, old and new, is essential. Only activity will produce, educate and season these men. With this activity and participation, we see a happy future and an evergrowing sound, stable Jewish community. An active community that realizes its responsibilities and problems will not fail in successfully I assuming these efforts. SEWING CENTER NOW OPEN "SWIVEL CHAIR" APPEARS THOUSAND OF JEWS SLAIN AT Y. M. H. A. CLUB ROOMS IN PAMPHLET THIS WEEK BY NAZIS IN RUSSIAN CITY The American Rid Cross Sewing Center, recently opened at the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567 S. W. Fifth Street, premises to be a success, but many mon volunteer workers are required to sew men's, women's and children's garments for this cai The sewing center will be open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed days and Thursday.-, of each week from 10:30 a. in. to 4 p. m. and workers may start at any during these designated days for any period of time. Red Cross service pins will be given upon completion of required hour i voluntary service. Mrs. Louis Kotkin. chairman of this project, is assisted by Mrs. David Kleber and Mrs. Julius Levett as production supervisors. A group of selected columns from the pen of William I Boxi r. formerly regional director Of th • Florida office. Anti-Defaii in Li ague of the B'nai th which appeared weekly in n under the I of "The Swivel Chair." apHADASSAH CABLES LARGE SUM FOR PALESTINE RELIEF New York, N. Y.—To mark its 31st anniversary, Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America recently cabled $100,000 to Palestine to help continue a program of education and maintenance for more than 1,000 Polish and Hungarian Jewish refugee children who entered the Holy Land within the last month. According to Mrs. David de Sola Pool, national president, a total of $200,000 has been sent by Hadassah since Jan. 12 to Miss Henrietta Szold, founder of the organization, who also heads the Youth Aliyah (immigration) movement in Jerusalem under whose auspices the children were brought to Palestine. Hadassah is the sole agency authorized to raise funds for education and maintenance for Youth Aliyah children in this country. Since 1933 more than 9,000 children have been rescued by the movement from almost all European countries. Kuibyshev (WNS)— Thousands :of Jews, including women and children, in the key Russian city of Voroshilovgrad, which was recently recaptured by the Soviet Army, were rounded up by the is on the pretext that they were being assembled for evacuate Palestine, and were n achine-gunned by Nazi execution squads at the outskirts of the city. Details of the Nazi ruse were made public here this week by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Commitlet on the basis of reports from survivors of the massacre. LISTEN HERE .. Sagacious indeed is a comment Dr. Chaim Weixmann hat made on the non-Jewish view concerning things Jewish When, in a conversation with political big shots in Washington, he was told that much opposition from Jewish quarters had lately been directed against Zionism, he retorted: "In all civilised democracies the voice of the majority is enough to pass any law But when it comes to Jewish affairs some of our nonJewish friends demand that any proposal not only be approved by a majority, but be backed by unanimty" All of which reminds us that, believe it or not. some Jews object to Arthur Szyk's drawings of Jewish subjects—because, they say, his Jews don't look sufficiently American ... If a certain plan goes through, you may have the opportunity to see in your own city a motion picture version of "We Shall Never Die." the pageant so successfully presented at Madison Square Garden some weeks ago under the auspices of the Committee for a Jewish Army. Bill Rose, who started the pageant, created a sensation at a small dinner recently by subscribing $2,500 to the committee and then making an appeal which brought in $11,000 for the same cause. NEWSY NOTES Don't underestimate the Zionist achievement in getting subscriptions to $10,775,634.50 worth of war bonds as a result of a special drive conducted by the Zionist Organisation of America... Treasury Department officials consider this result outstanding, for the amount it represents is over and above what the same individuals subscribed to before the special Zionist appeal was issued ... a nation-wide celebration commemorating 75 years of the revitalization of the Hebrew language in this country will be held next month, and it'll be on a big scale This is your last chance to contribute to the Meyer Levin Fund sponsored by the United Jewish War Effort for the purpose of sounding a hundred medical field units in Russia in the name of the late bombardier Incidentally, the Hakoah Sport Club of America has presented to the Soccor Football Association a Meyer Levin cup which will be awarded annually to the winning team in an elimination contest The cup. a huge silver piece worth several thousand dollars, is the gift of Otto I. Herbst, a refuge* from Austria. THIS AND THAT Have you seen "Tale of a City," th* Office of War Information's illustrated booklet on what has been happening in Warsaw Particularly gruesome is the account of conditions in the Ghetto there And. adds the OWL "the Nazis were proud of the conditions they had created in the Ghetto; regular tonrs passed through its twisted, somber streets, the sightseers being Germans who had settled in Poland or been brought there from bombed areas in the Reich" Abraham Goldberg's posthumous work on the pioneers of Jewish culture is now in the publisher's hands, and will be out some time in the fall Greetings to Currents, a new English-Jewish monthly just out With Albert E. Kahn, co-author of "Sabotage," Dr. Frederick Ewen and Joe Brainin on the editorial board, this magazine may be expected to cut quite a figure Leonard Lyons tells us of an occasion when Vice-President Wallace, then Secretary of Agriculture, was invited to have dinner at the home of Dr. Stephen S. Wise Arriving alone, the guest introduced himself to his hosts* by saying "I'm Secretary Wallace," and was received with h usual graciousness Pretty soon some other guests came 'm. and Mrs. Wise began to make introductions all around Ana she turned to Mr. Wallace an asked: "I'm sorry, I've forgotten— whose secretary did you say you were?" ABOUT PEOPLE Corporal Barney Ross of the Guadalcanal Marines, who is using his furlough time to help the Red Cross campaign, is much sicker than his friends realize He should, despite his protestations, be prevailed upon to ask for an extension of his leave Latest report concerning ex-newspaper-publisher Herbert B. Swope is that he will become Administrator of Wartime Sports The formal cancellation of more than 60 Vichy-inspired antiJewish laws in North Africa by %  Gen. Henri Giraud, French high ] commissioner for North Africa, was overshadowed this week by protests in Britain and in this country against Giraud's simultaneous abrogation of the Crcmieux decree of 1H70 which had granted French citizenship to the native Jews of Algeria. £JjGUST BROS Ry^ WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN peared this week in pamphlet! form. Mr. Boxerman is at present director of the Community Counccil of Jacksonville. Fla. He came to this state two years ago from Detroit, where he was the organizer and director of the Detroit Community Council, composed of 90-odd organizations. fJ the BEST Anthony Eden, British foreign secretary, is now in the United States to confer with President Roosevelt and other American officals on post-war problems, i He has been urged by the British press to take action to rescue the millions of Jews facing ex-: tinction in Nazi-occupied coun-1 tries. ^.Viitt SUN PARK HOTEL AMERICA* HJUI HOTEL Troplral Onasi IrUoa Mr.I, '•'* Mmmkm I *•• Troplral D*ll rt. SANITARIUM MS— Mi K.u* 130 3. w. Sidney H Palm' S r L'SS^H? P^hmrnt scroll presented to M Pall'st v,S Bcth Dav,d Con "-gation in recognition of gregaUon Mr PS r V ? ^ csidvnt Mlar "i's pioneer conaddhion to servmJ £ £ l Vr i mc]y Wtiv. in the congregation in religious ernif !" H.. 1. £ ff Cer of "numerable civic social and IfihrS P A 1S the P reSf, nt secretary of the Greater Miami %  %  Ma*ktv?t z D res?nt^ ,? H ,0, JThc P^ntation was made by Harry conSSed^rThe ^SSSU fSBOT ^ "" *""* ssssssssl



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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 •*Jenistiner/ki**n PAGE SEYEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE HROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER HIIRHII RRHIV HHR HRUV COHIHIITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD n SERVICE r\ r\ ^ r* ^ PARADE! A e O M M U N I T T PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK. MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chx. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sea. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronston Mrs. Max Dobrsa Maurice Grossma Louis Heixnaa Di. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry KOJI Harry MarkowsJn Nat Roth Milton Sirlda Joseph Stein MM. Herbert Wi Carl Weinkle JEWS ON ALL FRONTS S/Sgt Theocore L. Billen. 20, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., whose air combat experiences have been presented in newspaper feature stories throughout the country, sets a new record for decorations received by American Jewish servicemen. He holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, the Purple Heart and two citations to members of the famous 19th Bombardment Squadron—five decorations in all. Sergeant Billen, now in this country serving as an instructor at the Pyote, Texas, Army Air Base, was first recorded in the Honor Roll in January. On duty in the Southwest Pacific for 11 months—from the day following Pearl Harbor until Nov. 3, 1942—he performed with "great skill and untiring efforts." Perhaps nothing can tell so well and simply "the story of this flyer's achievements as the citation which accompanied the award of the D. F. C: "Sergeant Billen participated in more than 200 %  ours of operational flight missions during which hostile combat was probable and expected. These flights included long-range %  ombing missions against enemy airdromes and installations and attacks on enemy vessels and sjaipping. Throughout these operations. Sergeant Billen displayed outstanding ability and 'Sevotion to duty." Previously he had been cited for "singularly meritorious acts of essential service at Java and Australia." Sergeant Billen is an aerial engineer and gunner. He entered the air service two-and-a-half years ago. KEEP IN CONTACT WITH THE BOYS Next week, on this page, will appear the address of local boys in service—so their friends may write— "Write to those who fight." FORWARD MARCH! 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: Caplan, Lewis. Caplan, Dr. Milton. Cass, Philip. Cassell, Benjamin B. Chenet, Henry. Cohen, Edward. Cohen, Harold Joseph. Cohen, Jack. Cohen, Lawrence J. Cohen, Matthew. Cohen, Samuel O. Cohen, Sanders G. Cohen, Walter H., Jr. Covitch, Nathan. Cowan, Murray. Cowen, Raymond L. Cohen, Jack. Catsman, Raymond M. Chertock, Jack. Cohen, Eugene E. Cohen, Herbert J. Cohen, Norman B. Cole, Albert C. Cohn, Lawrence G. Dacks, Murray. Dantzig, Moses. Dayan, Rubin M. Deckelbaum, Joseph. Dickler, Irving. Davis, Stanley. Davis, Joseph L Dansky, Sol. Davidson, J. H. Dreisen. Anson I. Drucker, Joseph. Drucker, David. Dolgin, Bernard. Dubbin, Albert S. Davidson, Seymour. Dreyfuss. M. Jack Dubbin, Herbert. Dansky, Mrs. Sylvia Blasser. Dreyfuss, Jerome S. Drucker, Nathan. Easton, Edwin D. Eisenberg, David. Ellison, Martin Lee. Ellman, Abraham L. Ehrlich. David S. Efros, Abe. Efros, George. Efros, Lou. Ehrlich, Richard. Epstein, Robert. Please fill out the coupon below concerning any information i about your boy in the service. Service Men Bits We hear this week from Fort Bragg where Lt. Alfred Augustine writes us to correct a listing appearing on the Service Page as Harry Augustine. We are happy to note and correct our records to read Lt. Alfred Augustine, Dental Clinic, F. A. R. C, Fort Bragg. Burnett Roth, practicing law in Miami until recently when he closed his offices to make arrangements to enter the service, will leave for Camp Blanding March 29. He will serve with the volunteer officers' corps, in which he enlisted. "Burney," as he is known, was former president of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. PARENTS RECEIVE WORD FROM SON NOW IN AFRICA Pvt. Joe D. Aronson has made the rating of corporal at his new base at Muroc, Calif. He graduated from the Technical Training School at Amorilla, Texas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob G. Aronson of 1036 N. W. 63rd Street. GIRLS COMPLETE TRAINING; DECIDE TO GET GODMOTHER Name Address (Home) Date of Birth Kama of Nearest Ralatfrre Address Date of Enlistment RelationshipBranch mi ServtomBervioa Addxeaa TaL Ma. Outfit Promotions. or caeuaMr OS Girls in one company of WAACs, completing their basic training at Daytona Beach, recently decided to get themselves a company godmother. It jus seemed the thing to do. As soon as word leaked out that the company was going to adopt a godmother, candidates turned up from all sides. It became necessary to put the matter to a vote. Votes were cast on the basis of letters and packages received from the girls' mothers. The winner turned out to be Mrs. Nat Smith of Lebanon, Pa., whose daughter, Barbara Smith, is a member of the company in question in Daytona. Mrs. Smith is chairman of the Jewish Welfare Board's social committee in Lebanon, and has been active in morale work for some time, but she's never been a godmother before. She's getting used to it, though. Just reread "Cinderella" for pointers. Mr. and Mrs. D. Singer. 1786 N. W. 10th Street, received a letter this week from their son, Pete, now with the armed forces in Africa. A perusal shows some interesting tid-bits about the life there: Dear Pop and Mom: Just a few words from your far-away son in Africa. Did you ever think your family would scatter that far? I'm feeling pretty good, Pop. The army agrees with me fine and I am getting along welL This country is very interesting and so different from home. The people think and act different. I ran into some Jewish people and was lucky enough to find one that spoke English. They do not know Yiddish. They either speak the language of the country or Hebraic. They have some fine synagogues here. I haven't had a chance to go yet, but will soon. According to their story, these people have had it very tough here. The Germans fined them most all of their property. They could get no ration books. They don't remember what candy or sugar is like. They were all fond of tea but have had no tea for more than two years. And worst of all they were all threatened with complete extinction on a certain date last year, but the Americans came in just a week before that date. You could find no more loyal people here than the Jews. Too bad but the same can't be said for everybody here. Have Bill get you some of this stationery and use an air mail stamp so that I can get your letter quickly. I want to know how everything is in Miami. How your house and yard looks by now. Anything new with all your grandchildren? Best love to all. Son, PETE. Here is one Miamian who has been in the army air forces less than a year and is stationed in England. He is JACK EVANS. 22. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Evans of the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach. He enlisted in the army last July and received his basic training at Kessler Field, Miss. Later, he was sent to MacDill Field, near Tampa, for further training before being sent to England. He is a graduate of Ida M. Fisher High School, Miami Beach, where he played football, baseball and basketball. Before enlisting he attended the University of North Carolina. PVT. HOWARD SONNIE DeVORKIN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DeVorkin, 1334 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, r cently was graduated from the parent radio school of the Air Forces Technical Training command. It is the duty of you, the parents, relatives and friends of these and all other men now in the service to fill out the Permanent War Record blank found on the Service Page of this edition, and return same to the committee in charge, who need your help so that we will, for all time, have a record of the services your boy rendered to our country during World War No. 2. Service Parade is devoted to news of our boys in the Armed Service. Please send your boys' letters and news Hems of interest to War Records Committee, P. O. Box 2973, or phone Service Parade Editor care of Jewish Floridian—2-1141. ABOUT OUR BOYS Daytona Beach WAAC training reports Auxiliary Edith S. Greenberg, 1015 S. W. 13th Street, as a member of the first class to be graduated at new cantonment area. Des Moines WAAC training center reveals that Auxiliaries Edith Vernick, Dallas Park Hotel, and Bertha Breskin, 860 N. E. 74th Street, have been advanced to rank of leader, WAAC equivalent of sergeant. Milton R. Singer Miami Beach High School graduate and former University of Miami student, has been inducted into the army air forces as an aviation cadet. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Singer of 423 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. BOMBER CRASHES IN FIELD; THREE TRAINEES ARE KILLED A medium bomber, during a training flight, made a forced landing recently near Rochester, Ind. The plane crashed into a depression in a clover field and all three trainees who had been aboard were instantly killed. They were Lt. Mayer Feigenbaum, a Jewish boy from Philadelphia, Pa., and two Christian fellow airmen, Lt. Leonard Tall of Cambridge, Md., and Lt. James Waldner of New York City. Several weeks before the tragedy, the three boys, on furlough from Baer Field, Indiana, were assembled in the apartment of Lieutenant Waldner's mother m New York City. During the visit, Lieutenamt Tall explained to Mrs. Waldner how Waldner, Feigenbaum and he had been up in an army plane during a training flight, and how Feigenbaum had accidentally fallen through the hatch of the plane. James had acted quickly and pulled him back to safety by main force. "Your son is a hero." Leonard said. "He saved Mayer's life." "We've since decided," James said quietly, "that the three of us will either come through this war together or die together." Feigenbaum and Tall nodded solemnly. DON'TS TO YOU! Do you want your soldier or sailor boy home on leave to eajoy himself? Then here are some "don'ts" recommended by Maj. Carroll W. McColpin, DFR holder. Don't buy new home furnishings for him "to come back to." He'll appreciate it more if yew buy war bonds. Don't talk him to death. Don't try to plan his time er show him off to relatives. Don't pump him for what ae has seen and done—he wants to forget for a while. 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PAGE HGHT +Je**lsl>ncrldllan FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 "JEWISH EDUCATION TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER ALL" ARE YOU INTERESTED IN Do You Know That Only 300 of the 3900 Jewish Children of Greater Miami are Receiving a Daily Hebrew School Education? "Sending Your Children to Religious School at This Time is a Dramatic Affirmation of Our Faith of a Better World That is to Arise After the War is Won." —HON. HERBERT H. LEHMAN, former Governor of the State of New York. THE JEWISH EDUCATION ASSOCIATION WAS FORMED: TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR CHILDREN. THE YOUTH AND ADULTS BY MAINTAINING. OPERATING AND SUPERVISING A SYSTEM OF HEBREW SCHOOLS. TO ELIMINATE THE WASTE AND CHAOTIC CONDITION OF HEBREW EDUCATION IN GREATER MIAMI. TO PROVIDE FOR THE HEBREW EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WHOSE PARENTS CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY TUITION FEES. TO ESTABLISH A COORDINATED SYSTEM OF HEBREW EDUCATION DEVELOPED BY MODERN EXPERTS. TO MAINTAIN AND CARRY ON THE MIGHTY TRADITION OF JEWISH CULTURE HANDED DOWN THROUGH THE CENTURIES BY GENERATIONS OF PROPHETS AND SAGES. TO COLLECT AND FORM A LIBRARY CONTAINING THE CULTURAL TREASURES CREATED BY THE JEWISH SOUL THROUGH 4.000 YEARS OF HISTORY. There is A J. E. A. Hebrew School Branch In Your Neighborhood S. W. Branch, Y.M.H.A., 1567 S.W. 5th St., Miami N. W. Branch, Beth David Cong., 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami M. E. Branch, Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th St., Miami South Beach Branch, Beth Jacob Cong., 311 Washington Ave. Send Your Child to the Nearest and Most Convenient Branch School We Invite Your Membership Into Our Association DUES $5.00 PER YEAR JOIN WITH US! Greater Miami Jewish Education Assn l AFFIX TfiTFT* \UITU PDriTPi. w,..~ —. %  V/*JI %  • (AFFILIATED WITH GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION) OFFICE—1220 CONGRESS BUILDING TELEPHONE 3-5858



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FRIDAY, MARCH 26. 1943 +Jewlstncr*MMi PAGE FIVE fWMW*M^ w i v y y >' vyi ^„.^^. w .,.|^,i RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi LOUIS HATMAN, Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Max Shapiro, conducting. Designated as A. Z. A. Sabbath with the following boys participating: Bill Baros, Seymour Hinkes, David Jacobs, Harvey Sootin and others. Louis Heiman, state chairman of Hillel activities; Milton A. Friedman, state regional director of A. Z. A. and the rabbi will discuss the central theme, "Jewish Youth In War Crisis. Cantor Louis Hayman. Beth David boys' and girls' choir. Liturgical selections. Reception following: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown, hosts, in honor of 49th wedding anniversary. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, (1:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 60 S. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOSEPH K. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi IJEWIS OREEN, Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and • p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackevsky 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 v p. m., Rabbi Joseph E. Rack•vsky, conducting. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM •3t N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Minha—Kabbalos Shabos: Saturday •:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Daily service morning and evening. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH .Lincoln Road Properties' Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Truetwerthy Real Estate 8ervice 605 Liacoln Rood. Pn. 6 5161 ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELIIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beet Because Bi g a srt But — Biggest Because Made Frora Freeh Oranges BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and 3rd St., Miami Beach MOSKS MKSCHKI^Fr", lfcibbl MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Mescheloff: "Constant Sacrifice." Cantor Maurice Mamches, chanting. Early Sabbath service, 7:30 a. m. Sabbath afternoon. Rabbi Mescheloff: "Portion of the Week." Servicemen's Shalosh S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. Adult classes: Talmud daily 5 to 6 p. m., S. Freedman, conducting. "Legends of the Talmud" course (Ein Yaakov) Rabbi Mescheloff; week days, 6:30 to 7 p. m. Bible study period, H. Goldin, 8 to 9 a. m. Saturdays. All classes in synagogue building open to public. Daily services: Morning and evening. SCHAARETZEDEK 154S 8. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON Al'ItlU Kabbt Services: Friday, 6:45 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services, Rabbi Simon April: "The Portion of the Week." Shalosh Sudas, 6:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Heach ABRAHAM I). WOL.F, Cantor Friday, 8 p. m. Rabbi B. Swirsky, Congregation Beth Jacob, Chicago: "A Rendezvous With Destiny." Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the central choir will conduct the musical selections. Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Swirsky: "Historic Request of Ninety-Three." Oneg Shabot, 9 a. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami COI,MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi RAI'.KI JACOB H. KAPLAN. PhD Rabbi Emeritus Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman: "A People Possessed by An Idfca." Sisterhood and reception will follow. Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, officiating. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41M St., Miami Beach S M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The Reward of Silence." Hostesses, social period: Mrs. Esther Glasser, Mrs. Lotta Gross and Mrs. Sophie Frankel. Saturday, 9 a. m. service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "A New Heart and a New Soul. Kiddush. Adult classes: Advanced Jewish Law and Metaphysics. Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Power of Gratitude." Discussion of practical problems and their solutions. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Ave. Ft. Landerdale, Pla, Reform SynnKogue serving Uollywuxl, h'X. IjDiidcrdale and lirow.ird County SAMUEL HAI.KVI BARON, Rabbi Sabbath services: Friday, 8 p. m. Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood benefit social: Monday, 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 7 p. m. LEADER OF ZIONISM NOW IN UNCLE SAM'S SERVICE Washington, D. C—Rabbi Isadore Breslau, Zionist leader of this city and former national executive director of the Zionist Organization of America, has entered the service of Uncle Sam as a chaplain—first lieutenant in the U. S. Army, the national Z. O. A. headquarters announced here recently. He has been assigned to Daytona Beach, Fla. OLD SARATOGA INN Biscaync Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktai! Lounge Fine Liquors and Wines TKf BUS II FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI OR BUS MJI FROM MIAMI *CH OBITUARIES Rites for Mrs. Ida Rosenberg Michel, 60, who came here in 1831 from Chicago, were conducted at 4 p. m. Friday in the Palmer Funeral Chapel by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David. Burial was in Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Mrs. Michel died Wednesday at her home at 1631 S. W. 16th Street, where she lived with a sister, Mrs. Rose Isaacs. Also surviving are a daughter, Miss Janet Michel of Washington, D. C; two brothers, Moses Rosenberg of Chicago and Fred H. Rosenberg of Waco, Tex., and two other sisters. Mrs. B. J. Huttner and Mrs. Delia Cohen, both of Chicago. Jake Brown, 81, pioneer Miamian, died last Thursday at his home, 994 S. W. Second Street. He came here 23 years ago from Ocala and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Flora Brown, and daughter. Miss Helen L. Brown, both of Miami; a son, J. D. Brown of Decatur, Ga.; a grandaughter, Virginia Brown of Decatur; a brother, Joe Brown of Bennettsville, Ga., and three sisters. Mrs. G. P. Phelps and Mrs. P. A. Dampicr, both of Miami, and Miss Rachel Brown of St. Augustine. Interment was Tuesday. UNVEILINGS The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Samuel W. Alpert will be held this Sunday. March 28, in the Jewish section of the Woodlawn Cemetery at 2 p. m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and will be assisted by the entire membership of the Freda Markowitz Post, No. 174. Jewish War Veterans, and auxiliary. Friends of the late Mr. Alpert are asked to be present. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. The unveiling of a monument in memory of Jerold Elmer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wise, will take place this Sunday afternoon at the Temple Israel Cemetery in Graceland Memorial Park at 12:30 noon, with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. officiating. Friends of the family and in the community are asked to attend. ^M***WlW**0 w*^ww^<^vw B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By PAUL WEITZMAN TOTAL OF DRIVE WORKERS NOW EXCEEDS 600 MARK Additional workers aiding the" current Greater Miami Jewish Federation drive, supplementing the list published last week, were announced from the Federation office, bringing the total in excess of 600. They include: Volunteer Service Division Mrs. Selma Katz. Team 505 Mrs. Ida Feinberg. Mrs. Evelyn Rodgers. Team 510 Mrs. Licber. Team 606 Samuel Duhin. New Gift Division Harold Turk, chairman. Team 700 Rudy R. Adler, captain. Team 701 Leo Chaiken, captain. Team 702 Jacob Felt, captain. Sam S. Kershbaum. Philip Salman. Team 703 Mrs. B. H. London, captain. Mrs. Berger. Mrs. Anna Berow. Mrs. Sam Blank. • Mrs. Dolgin. Mrs. Morris Frank Mrs. Kimmell. Mrs. Mescheloff. Mrs. Rose Weiss. Team 704 Morton Russack, captain. RABBI MACHTEI TO SPEAK ON RABBINICAL PROGRAM Rabbi S. M. Machtei will be the speaker over Station WQAM at 9:15 a. m. Sunday on the Rabbinical Association program. His subject will be "Perchance To Dream." An event of historic importance in the annals of Sholem Lodge, No. 1024, B'nai B'rith, and in the community will take place Sunday evening, March 28. 1943, at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th Street, Miami, commencing at 8 p. an., when more than 135 men will be formally initiated into that organization. The magnitude of this achievement on the part of the 100th Anniversary Membership Committee must reflect the position Bnai B'rith holds in the esteem of the Jewish community. A century devoted to the interests of the Jewish people; 100 years of service to every community in which B'nai B'rith lodges are situated and throughout its undivided, unstinted allegiance to the country which gave it being is bearing fruit. Every Ben B'rith can take pride in the achievements of B'nai B'rith and in the every-day service it renders. It gives its members the opportunity to serve their community and their country without pecuniary benefit—and in return B'nai B'rith, by the power acquired by its hundreds of thousands of members, speaks with their voices in alleviating the lot of the Jews. It is to be hoped that many of the new members will actively participate in the deliberations of Sholem Lodge and give active support to its projects. Thus they will be working for the district and the national organization. Dr. Abram L. Sachar To Speak For Ben B'riths, as well he might be for all others. Dr. Abram L. Sachar is the basis of comparison for visiting speakers. And it is difficult to find men who can measure up to his standard. To hear him once is to find others wanting—not alone in style of oratory, but in the substance which Dr. Sachar sets before his audiences like newly discovered delectable dishes providing savor flavor, while whetting the appetite. Dr. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation; author of "Sufferance Is the Badge'' and a "History of the Jews;" historian and formerly associate professor of European history at the University of Illinois, will address members of B'nai B'rith, their ladies and friends at the Temple Israel this coming Sunday, March 28. Dr. Sachar is making a special trip to Miami, at the invitation of Sholem Lodge, to speak at {he initiation of the anniversary class of new members. Those who have heard Dr. Sachar before will need no second invitation to hear him again; those who have not have a great treat in store for them, and they are urged to take advantage of the opportunity afforded and attend the event extraordinary. Help Buy a Bomber! Sholem Lodge is launching a campaign to sell $300,000 in war bonds with which the government will buy a bomber. This campaign will continue throughout the month of April and everyone is asked to purchase his April quota of war bonds from Sholem Lodge. Special permission has been obtained, as it must be. to engage in this campaign. And with the purchase of the bomber, by means of the funds so raised, goes the extra privilege of naming the bomber. With the start of this campaign Sholem Lodge will have the right to issue war bonds just the same as a bank or any other authorized issuing agency. This, too, should be an incentive to purchase war bonds through B'nai B'rith now and thereafter. Even though it may mean investing more than 10 per cent of income for war bonds in April, everyone is asked to make the investment. It is a peculiar way to "buy a bomber" for our war birds by investing in war bonds which bring a return of $1 for every $3 invested at the expiration of 10 years. No one is asked to make any sacrifice—just an investment. 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I PAGE TWO *Jew 1stftcrktian FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES %  1 mmmmmmmKaimmmmmmmmmmmi''i^ MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE Tuesday evening, March 23, the Uiami Service League tendered a party for the Victory Belles at the home of Mrs. H. Shier. 1236 S. W. 21st Terrace. A social event, the affair was held to present those who have serTod 50 hours at the service league with pins and state-wide identification cards. Lt Thomas Rickman, Jr., assistant district welfare and recreation officer of the Seventh Naval District, distributed cards to the following girls: Flo Sibel, Shirley Rothchild, Mildred Berkowitz, Evelyn Rosenthal. Betty Roth, Lillian Rellman, Naomi Grossman, Ruth Steinberg. Ruth Roseathal. Edith Shier, Rita Grossman and Shirley Erstling. Lieutenant Rickman addressed the gathering. Mrs. Dorothy Moore, executive secretary of the Dade County Defense Council, delivered a short talk and the girls were welcomed by Mrs. Murray Koven. E resident of the Miami Service eague. Refreshments were served. Mrs. George Chertkof. chairman of the Victory Belles Committee, was ably assisted by Mrs. M. Rosenberg, Mrs. H. Kauffman, Mrs. H. Steig and Mrs. M. Furman. LADIES AUXILIARY JEWISH WAR VETS A committee from the Frieda Markowitz Ladies' Auxiliary visited King Cole Hospital, Miami Beach, now being used by the government. They brought games and books, etc., in addition to presenting each boy with individual packages. The group included Mrs. Isidor Cohen. Mrs. Hilda Salus, Mrs. Dorothy Tudor 'and Mrs. Sylvia Sherman. This is the fourth hospital that has been fisited since the beginning of the year and from the letters received from the boys who have been visited, the organization realizes that this work is appreciated. At their last meeting 16 new members were inducted. Members are now being admitted who have some relation in the present war. All those who are interested are requested to contact Mrs. Minnie Kline or call 2-1025 AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS SCHAAREI ZEDEK MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST Harry Simonhoff was unanimously selected to head the newly-organized local chapter ot the American Jewish Congress. Meeting Monday evening at the Miami Beacch Jewish Center, a gathering of 125 heard .remarks from Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Moses Krieger, Harry SimonhoH. Rabbi Colman A. Zwltman. Mrs. S H Lutsky. Louis Heiman and Rabbi J. E. Hackovsky. reeling the need in the community for an active and alert male group of the American Jewish congress, every ready to act when necessarv. those present deCi.Ui upon immediate formation. Other officers selected were Dr. Rosenthai, first vice-president; Joseph Rose, second vice-president: Ben M.vers. third vice-president; Harry Zukemick. recording secretary; Harry Gordon, corresponding secretary, and Harry Sirkin. treasurer Mr. Simonhoff will issue his plans for the activitives of the group in the very near future BETH SHOLOM CENTER BEACH COM. CENTER A large gathering enjoyed one of the most successful evenings in Congregation Schaarei Zedek's history when, on Sunday evening, a buffet supper, Purim play and card party filled the eve-1 ning's program. A large sum of money was raised towards the upkeep of the congregation's Hebrew School, boasting an enrollment equal to the largest m the city. Register Now il you have not previously registered to Tote in the city of Miami or have moved your residence since the last city election. Books are open in the courthouse. Don't wait! The meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District at the Beth Sholom Center last week was a well-attended and enthusiastic gathering. The membership record of 244 was reported and those earnest Zionists in attendance, spurred on by the comments and msipration generated by Alexander Van Straiten, pledged themselves to bring in the additional member; to guarantee an enrollment of 300 by March 31. Dr. Lipkind, Jewish National Fund chairman, reported on recent happenings in the furtherance of land acquisition in Palestine and gave an informative discourse on the origins and philosophy of "land for freedom" activity, which is today interwmed into the practice and program of every Zionist body in the world. Visitors from Zionist! districts throughout the country were welcomed and introduced, and greetings were exchanged by pard Broad, president, who presided at the meeting. The main address of the evening wai made by Dr. Z. I. Sabshin, who spoke feelingly and dramatically of the concrete instances of the Jewish resistance to the sadism of the Nazi tormenters, who, he stated, were "m< d< rn Hamans who ecli) in thi ir horrors the blood-spilling 1 -. 1 ry previous d er oi Jewish life and rights." Sunday evening Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman delivered a very educational and inspiring address to the newly-elected officers and directors and to the members and friends of the Miami Beach Jew-1 ish Center who congregated in large numbers to be present at the third annual installation at the center and acted as installing officer He was introduced by Herman M. Berk. Daniel M. Broad acted as master of ceremonies and rendered an original composition in Yiddish that received a large ovation. Among the guest-artists were Cantor A. D. Wolf, Miss Ruth Brotman. accompanied by Miss Anyuta Melicov. and Miss Martha Redding, accompanied by Miss Edith Freeman. The following officers and directors were installed: Mayer H. Frankel, honorary life president; Samuel Frudland. president; Joseph M. Rose, first vice-president; Herman M. Berk, second vice-president; Harry Sirkin, treasurer; Jacob Felt, recording secretary, and Henry Spero. financial secretary. Board of directors included Jacob Andron. Joseph A. Berman, Samuel E. Bernstein, Harry Bodestein, Archie Brick, Shepard Broad. Nathan Glosser, Abraham Halperin, Nat H. Hankoff. Max Lipman, Baruch Holman, Abraham Selevan, Milton Sirkin, Alex Sussman and Henry lingerleider. A buffet supper wan served in the social hall of the center after exercise". The feature of the Purim party last Sunday night at Beth Sholom Center was the presentation of donors' certificates to a score 1 I of members who Had made cash contributions to the center. Rabbi; S M. Machtei opened the meet! ing in the chapel with a brief explanation of the occasion. Charles S. Tobin, chairman of the board, made the presentaj tions of donors' certificates to 1 the following: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Basch, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Z. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs D. Lcibman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zinnamon, George Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. R. Nordin. Mr. and Mrs. A B. Rosenstein. Mr. and Mrs., M. Perrell. Mrs. Max Rudnick. | Mr. and Mrs. B. Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sussman. Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. Slaff. Mr. and Mrs. I. Appel-1 baum. Mr. and Mrs. J. Plotkin. Mr. and Mrs. G. Trau. Mr. and Mrs. D. Rott, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pushin, Mr. and Mrs. H. Novak and Mr. and Mrs. R. Rubin. After the distribution of the certificates, Charles S. Tobin made five special presentations of large parchment scrolls, hand written and illuminated, for outstanding gifts to Beth Sholom Center by the following: Alfred B. Rosenstein. for a membership dinner; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell. for a Holy Scroll of the Law; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L Katz, for a donation of a substantial sum; Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin, for a Golden Book of Life, and George Cohen, for a memorial tablet. Following tHe ceremonies in the chapel, those present went upstairs to the Ellis room for refreshments furnished by the center and the sisterhood. Entertainment was furnished by Cantor I. Zanc, accompanied by Mrs. E. Kamern and by Mrs. Phil Lauder. former stage commediene and singer. Bi-weekly forum will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday, March 30, at the center. Guest-speaker will be Chaplain U. M. Stanton, A. U. S. The subject will be "Place of the Chaplain In the Service." At the completion of his talk the chaplain will answer questions. WOMEN'S DIVISION JEWISH CONGRESS The Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday, March 29, 1:30 p. ., a Carl's, 1711 Alton Road, Miami Beach. An interesting program has been arranged. Members and friends are invited and requested to bring their war bond books. Refreshments will bi served. BETH DAVID The dedication of the Mogen Dovid service flag will take place Wednesday evening, March 31, at 8:15 o'clock in the Beth David Synagogue. A program embracing "Our People In the Armed Forces" has been arranged by the chairman, Mrs. Harry Hacker, and the president of the sisterhood, Mrs. Harry Oliphant A high commissioned officer, the Jewish chaplain, representatives of the Jewish Welfare Board of the Army and Navy Committee will participate. The highlight of the evening will be the inscription of the names of the sons, husbands, brothers, sisters and daughters by members of the congregation and sisterhood upon an engraved parchment. All members are cordially invited to attend. SPINOZA FORUM Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will be the guestspeaker this Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Spinoza Forum, meeting under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Clarke will review Elliot Paul's book, "The Last Time I Saw Paris." Next Saturday afternoon Prof. William H. McMaster will lecture on "The Bible as Literature." All are welcome. Kuibyshev (WNS) — Announcing total amount of funds received from Jews in allied or neutral countries was $2,000,000, the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee appi aled this week for increased financial assistance. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW ahd give our men in the armed forces the help they need B. SCHWARTZ "~\ Llcemed and Insured Painting and Decorating Contractor Estirantrfl <"rn-^rfully Clvaa Work QuarantMd 110 8. W. 16th Street. Miami PHONE 5-5091 for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place It our Funds In lAI>E 11 IHiltAI. •r MIAJKI A SAVINGS nisTmmoif Which has never paid teas thaa 3% on insured i a Tings, RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. UPTON. Prtddtst 41 NORTHEAST FIRST AVINUI Buy Your War Saving* Bonds Here TOWER THEATRE •. W. BTH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:46 P. 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PAGE SIX vjewisti fbrXiti* FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1943 Y. M. H. A. NOTES Br B^RRY SCHWARTZ Children's Recital Sunday Sunday afternoon. March 28, at 4 o'clock, the "Y" will present the children of its various el asses in a joint recital. The efcildren of the dancing classes, saslructed by Mrs. Blanche Meyers, will render various tap and ••UK dances. The dramatics group, directed by Miss Dorothy Laghtman, will render a short eosaedy skit. Miss Lightman, who is also instructor in arts aad crafts, will have a display ef the handicraft made by the children. Admission is free. Y. W. H. A. •An Evening With Our Members and Our Books" will be the event of the Y. W. H. A. this month at the next meeting on Wednesday evening, April 7. at 8:30 o'clock. Three short book reviews by Mrs. Charles Feld%  aa, Mrs. Louis Heiman and Mrs. Ann Pastroff on three outstanding books will be given and tellewid by an open forum. A social half hour with unusual refreshments served by Mrs. Macy Levinson and Mrs. Ida Optner and their committee will conclude the evening. Mrs. Victor Mell Is chairman acid Mrs. Joel Belov is co-chairman of the evening. All members are cordially invited to attend this unusual evening. Cub Pack Installed Cub Pack No. 6. the newlyorganized Junior Boy Scouts, were officially installed last Wednesday evening when an official charter was presented on behalf of the Boy Scouts >• America to Leo Ackerman, chairman of the board. The children presented various sketches and adresses were made by the members of the committee. The following persons participated: Rabbi Max Shapiro, Horace A. Scott, Leo Ackerman, L. H. Zimmon, Alfred Kahn, Sylvan Wetstein, Maurice Grossman, the boys of Den No. 2, Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Mrs. Ben Abrahams. Den Mothers: the boys of Den No. 1, Mrs Lawrence Friedman and Mrs Al Wetner, Den Mothers, and Coral Way School Cub Pack. Miami Service League The Miami Service L NOTED LECTURER AUTHOR TO GIVE MESSAGE IN MIAMI Charles B. Sherman, noted lecturer and author, director of civic-protective and field activities of the Jewish Labor Committee, will visit in Miami while making a tour of the South for his organization. He has a special message from the ghettos of Poland and other Nazi-occupied countries. Mr. Sherman, who is also a member of the General Jewish Council and the Labor League for Human Rights of the AmeriRECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above (fat averaae" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Re, liability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or TO fUl any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. DR. J. M. ROSENTHAL Ha* Reopened Hii Offices at 420 LINCOLN ROAD MercanMe Natl. 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Washington (WNS>—The adoption this week by the House ol Representatives of a resolution. i r this month bv the Senate, condemning the cr of Ji M ish men. women ,-md children," was described by Ri p, Emanu of New York as a first step in a program ol action to save the I Jews in Naz I countri Mr Celler, who helped draft the resolution whirl, was inti duced in the Sei s. n AlI en w Barkli y ol Kentu wan r< be regarded only as a pi y real i fit to the Jewi t." E> n ng the belief tl I y be woi for housing refu i or m that after tl • ttlej i i tine Repi ler said it is now hoped that the I fi I Nations at their next conference will, backed by the resolution take up the question of establishing some temporary haven for the Jews now within the boundary of Germany and Naziconquered lands." 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