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The Jewish Floridian ( April 2, 1943 )

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^Jewish Filariidliiai m w COMBINING YlhlB JCWlStl HJUlBlty 3A fijuxrijtdk WjuJULy P9 VOLUME 16—No. 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS LODGE TO Federation Goes "Over the Top" In Its START VIM B0NQ1943 Solicitation for Funds; Workers SP [JK DIRECTLY SALE PII OCR III!Jubilant Over Success of 10-Day Drive TO _. T ~ n • n ... i The 1943 Federation campaign which is needed to cover antici-, Sholem Lodge, B nai B ntn, formally endcd! The goal was p ated emergency requirements 1 will this week start an intense reache d! A ten day drive, March I hat arise in the P rescnt uncer %  continuous program to promote j 2 wound j tain_ times. the sale of war bonds, Louis Hei, finn „„i,,„,„„,. %  .;*.., ,„ MM Thc initial and special gifts di-, man, president, announced. With the lodge becoming an official issuing agency authorized to write and issue war bonds inred dollars more than the quota, Jjjjj di eluding E, F and G series, a com' mittee is now being selected that will take charge of details and activities. To give impetus to the project, a one-month campaign starting MASS MEETING HAS BEEN POSTPONED Montreal (WNS)—The Jewish ; population of Canada will have i an opportunity to speak directly to the government of Canada and to the governments of the of glory securing during the | their quotas with thc other. scheduled period several hundgroups nearing this figure. Additlonal returns indicate most of $135,977. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation at its last regularly schedvisions will exceed their quotas. Workers likewise rejoiced in uled report meeting of the 1943 88*822 ""A** B£2E ^ n omniJn cn„, ., iTJL, „,, m K„.. „r tributions towards Federation campaign saw a large number of workers fill Kaplan Hall with a and that the average gift was considerably higher than last Apr r by he lodge and its auxdemonstration of enthusiasm as y ^^ Thc^eceSn from pros il&ry will sponsor a concerted report after report brought the g£ aC cord?n?to reports wi effort to write $300,000,000 dur^JSLS^f^JLSSS^JS KJ ous and favorableTnd caUve ing this period. This will be used, under an arrangement with the United States government, to the history of the community and closer to the goal. After the reports of captains gracious of Federation's need and place in the community. purchase a bomber which will i and division heads, Stanley C. be named by the lodge. Selecj Myers, chairman of the campaign, tions and suggestions for the! reported on his efforts during name of the bomber will be re-1the closing hours of the camIceived at the B'nai B'rith office, paign. Seeing that the drive 650 Seybold building, which will would fall several thousand short Iserve as headquarters for the isf the goal, he contacted several •suing of the bonds. or Miami's communal spirited cit' Organizations and commercial! izens -. a ," f wh m having P rt lirms who are now buying or v ousl y ad, ^ uat < j>; lv en cam c Engaged in promoting the sale ln ^ ,u ^ w ,th additional support. E these bonds are urged to make ^r Myers paid special tribute ose purchases through the U >. \ L $£*!£' wh,, f' additional •nai B'rith official in %  P led K'< $1000 was the factor in RABBI REPORTED, A scheduled mass meeting for Bay Front Park tentatively set for Monday, April 5, at 5 I Allied nations to plead for trie p. m., has been indefinitely ; lives of the Jews in Europe who postponed. Harry Simonhoff, are threatened with exterminapresident of the American Jewtion by the Nazis, ish Congress, who headed the The Canadian Jewish Congress committee composed of repreis sponsoring a nation-wide petisentatives of more than 30 local %  tion to support the rcpresentaorganizations. announced that | tions of the Canadian Jewish the inability of a prominent nai Congress to the Allied governtional speaker to appear at that ments in this connection in the time necessitated this action, 'spirit of the 11-point program The presentation of a mass which has been adopted by the protest against the atrocities Jewish communities in the free committed against the Jews world and other peoples in Germany i This decision was taken at the will take place and announce, meeting of the Dominion Counment of the date as soon as i cil of the Canadian Jewish Conarrangements are completed. ] gress in Montreal on March 21, at which a detailed report of W U FlTMINaTFC: TTC 'the Position of the Jews in Eu%  ui^STTSSsiSJiS ro P was made y Dr Josc P h DUES FOR MEMBERSHIP Schwartz of the Joint Distribu' tion Committee, who has just The Jewish Welfare Bureau in c.^' d J !"!" E n r pe the first of its steps to acquaint uJ^hSSJ" t J*$SFi* "2ff the public with its redlfined j£J? ,r 8£L* ^Li C !S ad S nrnnmm nf ar-tivitv h„ ,r, Jtwisr > Congress and of the ESS tteelSSSaSonofmem: Bff jfiS Rcf T C a nd War bership dues.,. All that is neces^JSTgSj82!ttj& ISGT.BELA URBAN FIRST ^ u tt X ft^A -1UV u u x ^AU/WBIW mg every dollar Ve seek to conm r ,..„,, IN Y. M. H. A. CONCERTS ,,„,„. ,, ur i,f,. saving task. The report said that Chaplain Enough credit cannot be given to Goode was aboard a cargo-transThe first in a series of three him and others who have made P''t that was sunk on the North concerts sponsored by the Y. M. our drive a success. 1 thank. Atlantic convoy early in Felnuand Y. W. H. A. will take place from the bottom of my heart, evV ry According to Daniel OKeefi Sunday afternoon. April 4. at 4 c-ryone who SO nobly and en19-year-old merchant marine who O'clock, when Sgt. Bela Urban, t-rgetically took part in our survived the sinking. Chaplain famous violinist of the Army drive." Goode, together with two PTOtesAir Forces will open the concert. Mr. Myers paid tribute to tant a,ul "• Catholic chaplains. He will be accompanied at the Morris Klass. executive director sacrificed their lives so that four piano by his wife, Virginia Urof Federation, who directed the crewmen might be saved. ban. Mrs Urban will also give many details of the campaign. "Just before the ship went several piano solos. Ben Bronston. president of down." O'Keefe related, "the Atlantic. Chaplain Goode is the work will be analyzed in forthinternational bodies which Jewish coming issues. HELATI0H5HIP OF WAR CHEST FUND HIS BEEN STUDIED are considering the refugee problem our unshakable solidarity with the Jews of Europe and our deepest desire that all steps for the assistance of war-stricken Jews be taken. POSTAL REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN MODIFIED Postal regulations for mailing parcels to army personnel have been modified. It is no longer necessary for soldiers abroad possible public to hav nominal cost [capacity is eryone to call the "Y" otlice, I eitoris pieagea inemjieivvs i IHMMU mu vuuiu %  .>>,, MOUI •<• %• "-^ •*WMUVU • %  n lar.H mud H 3-4012. at once and make reser-I continue until all of the prosversity. respectively. He leaves Federations and Welfare Funds. S^sT oosta rntn P vations." Tickets are $2.20 for pective contributors have been • a widow and three-year-old Harry Grcenstein. executive Tnp the entire series of three concontacted. Several thousand doldaughter. director of the Jewish Welfare I certs. I lars is expected to be raised war department has agreed to the change in regulaAN OPEN LETTER My Dear Friends: As the Passover Holidays approach, our thoughts turn to the men in the armed forces who are making a sacrifice so that we might lire. One of the greatest things we can do for these men to show our appreciation of their efforts in our behalf is to invite them to our homes for the Sedarim nights. Let us follow the spirit of the Hagadah when it says, "All those who are in need may come in and eat with us." Let us put this into practice with that spirit. I ask every family in the community to invite service men for the Sedarim nights. Share your meal with the man who may give up his life for you. Perhaps you hare a son or some other relative in the service In another part of the world and just do to the service men in this area as you would want some other family to do for your sop. Call the Jewish Welfare Board or the Y.M.H.A.. 3-4012. at once, and tell them how many service men you will take. SAM BLANK Chairman Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee VOLUNTEER WORKERS BUSY FOR RED CROSS Fund of Baltimore, urged the SSnVin imSZ tefSnitetiTB" scheduled completion of 1943 ,^ ^ a n J ^ '^J^" *s!sJ&J*J&!+_*f*i & V^SJBJ" JESS watches. Inregardless of the outcome of local fountain I negotiations between the welfare HS,.^ ^ni, in ?£ nia Several hundred garments for and war chest. Pointing out that ^ s •• ,2/' "house oren. women and children have the war chest campaigns this Fall *u?.u K„i^, ; y publications. men. women anu ciuioien navr : tne war chest campaigns mis ran ,, hl ,„L Klll been made by volunteer workers would raise funds for 1944. Mr K^n, m?! ""K S,mil f r P ^ b ~ at the American Red Cross Sew-; Greenstein stressed that failure h mo^h £ Sen <* undtT ing ,9*' n U ^V T centy P l ned at'to go through with the Spring SSJSS! welght and Ps*agc rethe Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567 campaigns wouid seriously handi-" S. W. Fifth Street, Miami, under cap the rescue programs of Jewthe direction of Mrs. Louis Koti s h relief organizations. kin. These garments will be SECOND JEWISH CAMP The delegates were cautioned SET UP IN HOLLAND London (WNS) — A second concentration camp for Jews sections due to disasters such as ^t^J^l^T^ i Tw* rounded J u £ fr the Germans in floods, hurricanes, etc. ? p n lon T wa t expressed that the occupied Holland has been esTKO o„„in D r„ n ..r ic „ !" „ „„ IocaI Jewish community should tabhshed near Vught, it was renegotiations, ported this week by the Aneta news agency. Meanwhile, the Nazi-controlled production supervisors are Mrs. I ?S?M? "ZSZLSL?" 1 L """Y" U ~ ? Ul ty-wide enterprise. Sidney death of four more aged Jews at Hollander of Baltimore, president j the concentration camp at Westof the Council of Jewish Fcderaerbork. The four, aged between tions and Welfare Funds, report: 75 and 82, all died within a few David Kleber, Mrs. Herman Barnett and Mrs. Julius Levett. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the | ? e lf.VXnSTXad^? in^war fhT I.rT* SET aCCOrdin to armed forces the help they need. | chesfs dS ^^ '" "'; not revea ,ed.



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PAGE TWO +Jewlstrk>rldk*ri FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943 ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES llim]|.IIHI.!||M!il Ml it IFIiU'lllllNdMaWIIIIll.NATIONAL COUNCIL OF IEWISH WOMEN The regular monthly meeting of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Wednesday. April 7, at 1:30 p. m. at the Alton Road Servicemen Center, 1705 Alton Road. Miami Beach. Guest-speaker of the afternoon will be Dr. Thomas H. D. Griffiths, health commissioner of Dade County. Dr. Griffiths will take as his topic. "Health In Military Miami." Mrs. Monte Sclig, president, who has been in New York for the past few weeks, will give a report of her conferences with the national office executives. The nominating committee will present the slate of officers for the ensuing year. The board will convene Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. at the same place. MIAMI SERVICE LEAGUE NATIONAL HOME FOR JEWISH CHILDREN Monday. March 29, the Miami Service League of the Y. M. H. A. held a special board meeting, at which time all preparations were completed for the membership party to be held Monday evening. April 5. at the Y. M. H. A. The program of entertainment includes guest-speaker Lt. Thomas Richman, Jr., Seventh Naval District; Mrs. Evelyn Raff, vocalist: Mrs. Dorothy Moore, pianist, and Horace Ebersale, U. S. N., vocalist. Mrs. Max Shapiro, chairman of the membership committee, will be assisted by Mrs. Jack Stone. Women of the community are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. The Greater Miami chapter, National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, will hold their annual Donor Day luncheon Tuesday, April 6, at 12 noon at the Club Mayfair. 1853 W. Flagler Street. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will give the invocation and the guest-speaker will be Jack Bell, celebrated "Town Crier." Among the guests will be Sol Goldstrom, national director, and Mrs. Mollie Lifshutz. national vice-president. The entire floor show of the club will entertain. Assisting Mrs. M. Newman and Mrs. I. Miller, co-chairmen of the affair, are Mrs. Marion Ross, president; Mrs. Cohn, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Johnnie Feller and Mrs. Gazela Newlander. Reservations are still being accepted by Mrs. Newman. 2-4147, and Mrs. Miller. 9-2082. PIONEER WOMEN ORGANIZATION Both chapters of the Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine will sponsor an annual donors' dinner at the Beth David auditorium Sunday, April 4. at 7 p. m. Reservations are urged at $3 per plate proceeds to be used in the Children's Rescue Program." Mrs. Henry Seitlin has announced a program which will feature the nationally prominent Mrs. Ychudith Simchonit, national delegate from Palestine, who will discuss "Women In War Time In BEACH COM. CENTER The regular meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood will be postponed from April 5 to Wednesday. April 8, 8 p. m. ;it the center. On Wednesday. April 14. at 2 p. m. a man jongh and bridge will be held at the Social Hall. 1415 Euclid Avenue. WORLD'S CHAMPION BOY BUGLER APPEARS IN RECITAL Chief Petty Officer Richard Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, appeared in recital at the Y.M.H.A. Thursday I evening. This youngster, only i eight years old, knows every CONGREGATION BETH JACOB The Beth Jacob Service Club is arranging to invite 150 Jewish servicemen to celebrate the Passover Sedarim the first two nights of Passover. The banquet will be held in the Beth Jacob Community building auditorium. JEWISH WAR VETERANS MRS. YEHUDITH SIMCHONIT Palestine." Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the gathering and a musical program will be presented by Ruth Recne. singer. accompanied by Anyuta Melicov. Mrs. M. Adelman will introduce the chairlady. A reception in honor of Mrs. Simonchit will be tendered by the Greater Miami Hanita Club at the home of Mrs. G. Faber, 1045 10th Street. Tuesday, April 6. She will address the gathering on "The Development of Women's Role In War Time In the Holy Land During the Last Three Years." TOWER THEATRE W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:46 P. M. • • • Fri. and Matinee Only Sat. April 2-3 "HI BUDDV" WITH HARRIET HILLIARD DICK FORAN ROBERT PAGE m • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. thru Wed.. April 3-7 VOTED THE YEAR'S GREATEST PICTURE BY THE N. Y. CRITICS! WALTER WINCHELL GIVES IT "ORCHIDS" Noel Coward's In Which WeServe WITH NOEL COWARD and a Cast of Hundreds Mrs. Katie Marks, president, and Mrs. Minnie Kline, vicepresident of the Freda Markowitz Post 174, Jewish War Veterans' Ladies' Auxiliary, delivered to the U. S. O. lounge rooms of the Florida East Coast and Seaboard Railways cards, tables, checkers, dominoes, stationery for the use of the servicemen. This is one of the many U. S. O. centers and hospitals that this organization has been contributing to. The organization was the recipent among its correspondents of a letter from the State Hospital Headquarters Air Corps Technical Command, Miami Beach, thanking them for the efforts expended in the distribution of packages and other items to the servicemen at the hospital. Membership to the War Veterans' Auxiliary is open to those who have relations in the present war. Information regarding applications may be obtained from Mrs. Minnie Kline, 2-1021. SPINOZA FORUM BETH SHOLOM CENTER The annual meeting of Beth Sholom Center for election of officers will be held at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the center. All members are urged to attend. The newly-elected officers and direcctors will be installed Sunday. April 11. on the occasion of the first anniversary dinner of Beth Sholom Center. This will take place at the Palm Restaurant, Collins Avenue and Eighth Street. Miami Beach, at 8:15 i). in. on Sunday. April 11. Reservations arc now being accepted at the center for this event, which will feature music and entertainment along with the installation ceremonies, Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, who was scheduled to speak at the Spinoza Forum last Saturday, will do so this Saturday afternoon. April 3, at 3 o'clock under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Uth Street, between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Clarke will review the book, "The Last Time I Saw Paris," by Paul Elliot. Next Saturday afternoon, April 10. Prof. William H. McMaster will lecture at the Spinoza Forum on "The Bible as World Literature." London (WNS)—The United States and Great Britain have agreed on the need for immediate joint action to rescue the Jews and other victims of Hitlerism in the Nazi-occupied countries and will translate their decision into action at the forthcoming AngloAmerican conference on refugee problems. Viscount Cranborne, the government leader, announced this week in the House of Lords. Lord Cranborne's announcement that British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and Secretary of State Cordell Hull had discussed the plight of the victims of Nazi persecution during their conversations in Washington was made shortly after the Archbishop of Canterbury made a strong appeal for immediate action to save the Jews from certain death. Stating that the Jews in Nazi territories were being slaughtered at the rate of 10,000 a day, the archbishop urged that the United Nations approach Germany through neutral countries with a proposal that the Nazis permit the Jews to leave occupied areas on a monthly quota. The Archbishop of Canterbury proposed that neutral ships be chartered to carry the refugees from Nazi-occupied countries to American ports or to British overseas colonies. He said that American ships bringing troops and supplies to Britain could carry refugees on their return voyages. He proposed also that Britain authorize its consuls in Turkey, Spain, Portugal and other neutral countries to issue visas to refugees at their, discretion. "We are standing at the bar of history, of humanity and of God," the Archbishop of Canterbury concluded. His appeal for action on behalf of the Jews ias (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) CHIEF PETTY OFFICER RICHARD CHARLES bugle call in every branch of the armed forces. Army-Navy field calls, drill, battle, and miscellaneous calls and marches number over 300, something for any youngster to remember. The army has made him an honorary sergeant and the Navy, not to be outdone, conferred on him the rank of Chief Petty Officer. Chief Richard has entertained over one hundred thousand service men since Pearl Harbor. MIZRACHI The Miami Beach Mizrachi will meet Sunday, April 4, at 3 p. m. in the Beth Jacob Synagogue building. Nomination and election of officers will take place. The public is invited. —Buy War Bonds Today— CONCERT FEATURING SGT. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943 -Jewisl) florid!ton PAGE THREE SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS WEDDINGS Miss Marcia Kohl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Kohl 500 S. W. 22nd Road, became the bride of Lt. Alfred M. Freedman, U. S. A., medical corps, last Wednesday at 7 p. m. in the home of her parents, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, officiating. PERSONALS Gerald Rissman is here for a month's stay from Chicago visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schonberg, 1334 S. W Fourth Street. & £ to 6-ounce bottles, glass applicators, all containing caps or corks and small jars suitable for salves and ointments, were needed badly. It is not necessary to wash or sterilize these containers prior to depositing them at any school, all of which are designated as depositories. U.S. AGREE ON WEED TO SHE IIdims (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) one of the most eloquent ever made in Parliament. In his reply. Viscount Cranborne said that Britain was already doing her utmost to find a haven for the refugees and then read the following joint British-American statement on the refugee situation: "The question of the plight of oppressed and persecuted persons in Europe has been taken up between Mr. Hull and Mr. Eden. It has been decided that conversations in connection with this matter should take place in the immediate future. The British and American governments have given expression to their deep interest in the coming decision as to practical steps which may be taken to supplement actual measures now being undertaken by the two governments. "Particular reference has been made to the persecuted peoples Nations to OI Eastern Europe, for a number clarify their position in regard to of whom refuge in Palestine has restoration of the right of Jewish I already been offered, and to those minority populations in Europe. f Western Europe, for some of whom actual arrangements for relief and evacuation have already been made and further arrangements are under preparation. "The two governments have previously agreed by an exchange of notes upon the necessity of urgent immediate action and have arrived at an agenda which they intend to implement in their forthcoming conversations. "This program would have the full support of the British and United States governments and, no doubt, of other United Nations and neutrals whose collaboration it is hoped to secure. It is expected that the place of the meeting and the names of the representatives of the two governments will be announced in the near future Lord Cranborne said that it was a mistake to place too much I emphasis on the Jewish phase of tin tragedy which he described as a horrible feature of a much larger problem." SU PARK HOTEL SPA-HEALTH RESORT MIAMI. FLORIDA. AMERICAN PLAS HOTEL S Aerae Tropical QraeaaSj Oamfnrlable KooaM rn-lirio,,. Meale •earta ana BirrnH—e SANITARIUM f" Kr.l ana Con lr %  %  ,.„ OeeaplrU AppraTrat rallMllia KaaaaaabU lilx # Hh. 4-1659 130 S>. W. 30tn Cjurt —Buy War Savings Bonds KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices — at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 3-5448 PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICE. RepresentatiTo Temple Beth El Rabbi Manuel Greenstein reviewed the book. "Jewish Pioneers and Patriots," by Lee M. Friedman, at services of the Temple Beth El congregation at the temple on Fern street. Temple Israel Dr. Carl N. Herman will officiate at services of the reform congregation, Temple Israel, at the temple on Broward Avc at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs Ixittie Abrams and son. Technical Sergeant Nathan Abrams. left for their home in New York, after spending an enjoyable time at the home of Mrs. Gallick. 529 Gardenia street. The B'nai B'rith Lodge sponsored a dance for the service men Sunday night at Sher Memorial Hall. Mrs. Rosenberg of New York, after spending several months at tin Villa Claire. Palm Beach, left for home Thursday morning. Mrs. Zella Lapidus of Virginia has left for home. She spent two months here at the Erickson home. 216 Evernia street. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Rader of Belle Glade, spent the week-end at West Palm Beach. For the Boat in Dairy Product* ALFAR CRJLAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ioe Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE %  < %  eSKAha •elllX m



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PAGE FOUR Jewisti fhrktlar FRIDAY. APRIL 2, 1943 & Jewish Ftoridian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 11 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 Fred Shoch.t Managing Editor PHONE 2-1141 One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Month*, $1.00 entered as Second Claw Matter July 4, 1930. t the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943 ADAR II 26, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 14 ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH In many of the current movies as well as our every-day confrontment of news and reading, we find depicted by word or picture the horrors of present-day Nazism. In one form or another the persecutions evidence the disenfranchisement of peoples. True, this domination results from power. A power that retains its strength by sheer force. That retainment was only possible through previous attainment. Bringing continued intimidation in its daily application, the rise to control by the present powers was only possible through a lackadaisical attitude of those who were witnesses and bystanders. And strange enough, grotesquely so, we find that same attitude present in our own midst. The sole lever, that in our hands, can protect us from a likewise fate, yes, even in our America, the "Land of the Free." is overlooked, neglected, cast aside, forgotten and trampled upon. The right of the individual franchise, the precept upon which our very constitution and foundation is based and upon which it rests is allowed to drift with the tide. Blown by the wind the right to vote is permitted to change with this tide, sometimes good and oft' times dangerous. The apathetic attitude shown by our people in registering and exercising that glorious privilege of voting leads us to believe that only when no longer are we blessed with the privileges of voting, of having a choice in directing and conducting our future, then and then alone, will we appreciate our loss. At that time, forbid should it happen, will it be too late. We take shelter from the rain by getting under cover, from our enemies by protection. Always we are seeking, striving and fighting to protect ourselves, our families, and our future. Yet the very fundamental protective measure of voting that will secure for us this protection we let go by. Can we awaken before we find ourselves in difficulties? Will we awaken? Are we going to register and vote? Are we going to make ourselves a similar fate of those unfortunates of downtrod countries abroad? We have only ourselves to answer to. Registration books of the City of Miami are now open for additional names. No matter how unimportant or disinterested in a particular election we may be, the principle involved qoes far beyond. Will we realize the farreaching thought with its results? The effect of our action or lack of action? Will we register before it is too late? PROGRAM TO RESCUE THE JEWS The developments this week indicated the concern and anxiety of the free world over the unhappy fate of the millions of Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe. In New York, the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America made public a three-point program for the rescue of the European Jews, which will be submitted for consideration to the forthcoming Anglo-American refugee conference. The church council program calls for the United Nations to extend financial support to refugees who suceed in reaching neutral countries either through their own initiative or as the result of negotiations with the Axis powers, and for the creation by the United Nations of temporary asylums in which the refugees may live in peace until the end of the war. These proposals are reasonable and practicable in character and represent the very least the United Nations can do to implement their promises to a people who have known naught but starvation, pestilence and death since Hitler unloosed his wild fury on the world. The Federal Council of Churches of Christ merits the widest praise for its humanitarian action. The council is to be congratulated also for its action in designating May 2 as a "Day of Compassion" for the Jews of Europe. Christians were asked by the council to join on May 2 in united intercession "for the victims of racial and religious persecution as a special occasion for the expression of Christian solicitude." The council's program is a firecely burning candle in a world of darkness. -rawTB raoM EVERYWHEREfMctfy GongidenUae —By PHINEAS I. MROMA WORLD OF PEACE AND HONOR "This country was shocked and outraged, when tyranny and barbarity again commenced their march, at the brutality which was inflicted on certain races, and particularly on the Jewish populations of Europe. Apparently no form of abuse has been too great, and no form of torture or oppression too vile, to be meted out to these populations by the Nazi despots. And in taking this attitude toward the Jewish race, they have made it plain by concrete acts that a like attitude would be taken towards any other race against whom they might invent a grievance. The Jews have long sought a refuge. I believe that we must have an even wider objective. We must have a world in which Jews, like every other race, are free to abide in peace and honor." —Secretary of State Cordell Hull. WELLES REPLIES 10 CHARGES IDE BY ROTHSCHILD following comment, prepared in consultation with an unbiased Specialist familiar with the various legal points involved, has just been received. I hasten to send it you in the belief that you will not wish to allow an erroneous impression of the situation to prevail. "1. The laws relating to the Jews which were of Nazi inspiration were abolished by General Giraud by an ordinance on the 14th of the current month. The Jews are guaranteed the right Washington (UNS) — Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles formally replied this week to i to practice the liberal professions the charges made by Baron Edincluding the holding of public puard de Rothschild, president of off ico the rignt to own property the Consistoire des Israelites de and frecly to manage their propFrance et d Algiere, in protest-. crty asscts and all business ening against Gen. Henri Giraud s | terprises, and the right to atTecent abrogation of the Cremieux tond institutions of learning of law in Algeria. The reply was i all degrees. The Jew is no longer made in the following letter to indicated as of a race apart in affirmation that they lose their citizenship is untrue. "3. Only native Algerian Jews were affected by the Cremieux decree. The decree is abrogated but in the near future a procedure will be established whereby native Algerian Jews who desire to become citizens may acquire citizenship. It may be remembered that, following the precedent of 1914-1918, elections are deferred until the end of the war. that is to say, until metropolitan France is liberated. Consequently, native Algerian Jews who desire to participate in those elections will have ample time to become citizens. The affirmation of Baron de Rothschild that Jews will be unlawfully deprived of voting power is likewise absolutely untrue." YOU SHOULD KNOW Arab propaganda against Zionism is caching new heights ia this country .. That recent editorial in The New Republic proves that quite a section of so-called American liberal opinion is once more being hoodwinked by the anti-Zionist outcry in behalf of the poor Arabs—who have more Lebebnsraum in the Near and Middle East than any other race in the world Rabbi Meyer Berlin president of Mixrachi. who is here now on a visit from Palestine, has some interesting information about the war effort of Palestinian Jewry. THIS AND THAT Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt is devoting a good deal of her spare time—of which she unfortunately has very little—to studyinq the Jewish refugee problem ... The $300,000 bomber bought with the proceeds of Wax Bond sales to refugees in a campaign launched some months ago. is part of the U S. Air Force now It has been named "The Loyalty" .The leader of the Tree Hunqarian movement in this country is none other than Tibor Eckhardt, we are sorry to say If your memory u short, let us remind you that Eckhardt is the gentleman who once organized the anti-Semitic "Awakening Hungarians' ... He u cast in the same mold as the two Ottos—Otto von Hamburg and Otto Strasser—who are grooming themselves to lead, respectively, the "Free" Austrians and the 'Tree" Germans. AMONG THE RABBIS Not enough attention was paid to the heroic death of Rabbi Alex D. Goode, a young chaplain who went down with his men on a transport ship in the North Atlantic Goode was the first Jewish chaplain to lose his life in this war ... If you missed last week's issue of The Congress Weekly, make a point of getting a copy The article by Dr. Joshua Bloch. chief of the Jewish department of the New York Public Library, is very much worth your while reading, for it will be a topic of conversation for quite some time to come Congratulations to Robert E. Goldberg, a student at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, for his splendid editorial in the March issue of the students' monthly The editorial, entitled "United We Speak." pleads with the student body of the college to petition Congress "to discontinue the undemocratic and treacherous activity of the Dies Committee" The future rabbis are urged to speak out against the Dies activities The advice is good, and might be followed by more of the rabbis now active throughout the country. STAGE AND SCREEN Maurice Bergman, the publicity wizard of Universal Pictures, was responsible for his company's purchase of the screen rights for "The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler" Luise Rainer. report the Hollywood scouts, is playing her part in "Hostages" with particularly great feeling—because the film, which centers about a Nazi concentration camp, reminds her of the experience of her father, who spent several months in one of those barbed-wire tombs Irving Pichel. who for a time was directing films without acting in 'em. couldn't keep away from the camera indefinitely So, in "The Moon is Down." which he directed, this veteran actor also plays a featured role Now that Moss Rrl is writing a play about the divine Sarah Bernhardt, you can loot forward to the finished product, which will presumably be presented in a screen version also Congratulations to that youngster. Al Jolson. on the completion of his forty-second year in the show business. ABOUT PEOPLE Rumor has it that Maxim Litvinov will be recalled to Russia before long for an important domestic job Herman Shulman of the Zionist Emergency Committee, a young man of imagination and energy, is putting new life into that body Joseph Brainin and Kenneth Leslie have resigned from the Executive Council of the Committee for a Jewish Army This in protest against that recent irresponsible advertisement on the Roumanian "bargain sale" of Jews The new book that Franz Werfel is writing will deal with life in Poland after the Nazi invasion Sholem Asch's triology, "The Three Cities," has just been published in a single volume ... If you have no copy of this Asch masterpiece, now's your chance to get one But hurry, as the edition is limited to 25,000 copies When Emanuel List, the Metropolitan Opera Company's famous basso, was in his early teens and confronted with the need of earning his living, he became a tailor—and even registered an original design for a woman's riding habbit with the Vienna Tailors' Guild. WEEKLY GIGGLE Have you heard that one about the native Nazi-lover in one of the occupied countries? This gent has been collaborating with the conquerors ever since Hitler's legions marched in, and naturally had a special detail of storm troopers guarding him from the wrath of his countrymen But one day he rushed into the Nazi Gauleiter's office with an urgent request for an additional bodyguard The Gauletier was puzzled "Nobody's harmed a hair on your head so far," he said, "so it would seem that the protection you already have should be quite sufficient Still, if you think you're in danger. I'll be glad to assign another detail to you, for you've been very valuable to us But I think you should tell me against whom in particular you believe you need this additional protection" "Against whom?" echoed the Nazi's minion "Why. against myself It's getting so that I hate myself like poison." Baron de Rothschild: "My dear Baron de Rothschild: You will recall that last week you were good enough to send me the text of a statement which you had prepared for publication regarding the general position of the Jewish community in North Africa and, more particularly, the abrogation of the Cremieux decree of 1870 in relation to the speech made by General Giraud on March 14. "I felt so strongly that your statement gave a completely erroneous picture of the position of Jews in North Africa and of General Giraud's measures in their behalf that I immediately telegraphed a summary of it to our representatives there. The the civil registry records. By ordering the reinstatement of all public officials, agents and employes excluded because they were Jews, General Giraud effaced an odious past. The order that property sequestered under provisional administration would be restored to the Jews and that the sales of real property and other assets would be null and void was given with the same objective. Consequently, Baron de Rothschild's affirmation that the decisions of General Giraud are obscure and insufficient are untrue. "2. French citizenship is retained by Jews born in France or descendants of parents born in France. Baron de Rothschild's London (WNS)— Special Nazi gestapo squads conducted houseto-house searches for Jews in Berlin this week as part of the campaign to make the Nazi capital "judenrein" by the end of the month, according to reports received here. The few remainJews were rounded up and sent to depot centers for deportation to Eastern Europe. Meanwhile, word was received that Dr. Leo Baeck, 70-year-old chief rabbi of Germany, has been imprisoned in the fortress town of Terezin in Czechoslovakia. Dr. Baeck, president of the Reichsvereinigung, the central Jewish organization in Germany, was deported early this month together with several thousand other Jews. Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffee, Nuts—In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the mill iillii Hill III III Hill I A ££icale£leri and ReAJUvuAcwt 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic



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PRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1943 +Jewlst Fkridlictn PAGE FIVE H_ w> ii .nr i r i m i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i~i—i~ n i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ro~ i ~ i ~rTr'i~ ir ~ i nri~ ~ i rinnri {RE L I G I O U S MTOMENTS TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami COLMAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D Rabbi EmeritUH Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan: "The Eloquence of Silence." Sisterhood and reception will follow with Mrs. Maxwell Hyman as hostess. Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services. SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 8. W. Third St.. Miami SIMON APRIL, Rabbi 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. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st St., Miami Beach 8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Three Great Leaders." Cantor Julius Rosenstein, congregational singing. Hostesses, social period: Sisterhood. Saturday, 9:45 a. m. service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "A Strange f irc Adult classes: Advanced Jewish Law, Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Mystic Passover Symbolism." MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 690 S. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS GREEN. Sexton Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky conducting in dual capacities as rabbi and cantor, Friday evening and Saturday morning, sermonizing: "The Portion of the Wick." Shalosh S'oodoss, 5:45 P 'Adult classes: Daily Mishnais, 6-7 p. m.. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, conducting. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Leases B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor I A Trustworthy Real Eatate Service 605 Lincoln Road. Ph.6-5868 ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor Friday, 8 p. m., Rabbi Harry B. Kellman, Beth Israel Congregation, Vineland, N. J. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the Center choir will conduct the musical selections. Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Kellman: "The Greatest Human Gift." Oneg Shabot, 6 p. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 635 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos: Saturday 8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching. Daily service morning and evening. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Wash. Ave. and 3rd St.. Miami Beach MOSES MKSCIIKIJIFK, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Mescheloff: "What Are Sins." 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. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 139 N. W. Third Ave Miami MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi LOUIS HAY.MAN. Cantor Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Concluding service, "The End is Near," Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Louis Hayman, Beth David boys' and girls' choir including Sidney Dickson. Estclle Greenberg, Freddie Heineman. Doreen and Leonard Kaler. Marvin Mack. Harvey Relman, Charlene Rossin and Jerry Schulman. Harry Markowitz will officially close the services. Reception following with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandel as hosts in honor of their daughter, Shirley's, birthday. Saturday. 8:30 a. m.: Services: Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching. Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. OBITUARIES Jack Danziger and Samuel Berman were interred at Woodlawn cemetery this week. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Congregation Beth Jacob officiated. uvinririririri~i~r~~~^^"^'***'"^ %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  mm** wweaai FROM OFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION ji_n.n-n-ri-r i I r i a jaajaaa aaSatja l LOCAL PRIMARY Abe Aronovitz, former city solicitor, has made formal announcement of his candidacy for city commissioner in the coming primary and has complied with all the requisites necessary for his qualifications. Aronovitz, polling nearly 13,000 votes in the elections of two years ago, was narrowly defeated for the office by a scant 450 votes. During the past two-year interim he has waged an active campaign on behalf of the city employes, their civil service status and benefits, the general BEFORE YOU BUY tee LEON ELIIM with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Mot Beat Because Bieeet But—Biggest B< TEMPLE EMANU-EL ism South Andrews Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, Pi*. Reform Synagogue serving Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Broward County SAMUEL HALEVI BARON, Rabbi Sabbath services: Friday. 8 Religious School: Sunday, 10 a. m. Sisterhood business meeting, Monday, 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 11 p. m. —Buy War Bonds Today— DRINK mm 1** VITAMIN ^DRINK^ Made Frora Fresh Orange* National Kosher Market W. Mechlowitx. Prop. 424 Collins Ave. Ph. 58-1456 We Handle a Full Line of WINES Domestic and Palestinian Also All Kinds of Matxos. Dry Fruits and Dairy Products and Passover Sugar FOR PASSOVER betterment of their conditions, also joining R. C. Gardner in fighting transit company high fares. Mr. Aronovitz stated that he was overjoyed to see not only the retention of thousands of supporters from the previous campaign but the addition of many citizens who formerly opposed him. "They concede that I am not waging a campaign for my betterment," he stated, "but a battle that after my election will be culminated with benefits to our entire community." Among active supporters who have enlisted in Mr. Aronovitz's behalf have been Harry Simonhoff, H. H. Farr. Harry Markowitz. Louis Bandel and Nat Roth. Mr. Aronovitz has taken an interest in the communal, religious and social life in the community since his coming here many years ago. He chairmancd a large humanity ball two years ago for the benefit of the Red Cross, which netted the organization several thousand dollars. He served as president of B'nai B'rith organization in addition to committee activities of many of the groups. LEAR SCHOOL HOLDS DANCES FOR SOLDIERS BUcsyne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 bbier. From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounse Fin ^ L .T 0 ". TAKE BUS The Lear School, under the direction of Mrs. Ida Lear, sponsors an evening for servicemen with open house and dancing every Friday from 7:30 to 10. The events are held at the school, 1010 West Avenue, Miami Beach, and refreshments are served through the courtesy of the host. A uniform is the only requisite for admission. RED CROSS SOLICITOR REPORTS 100% ACTION Rudy C. Adler, active in the recent Red Cross solicitation of funds, announced that a door-todoor canvas of merchants on Washington Avenue from Lincoln Road to Biscayne Street netted a 100 per cent response. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrew. Virtually all types of meat except poultry and game, many types of cheeses, as well as butter, shortening, canned fish, fats and edible oils are now rationed. No one can buy the specified foods on and after March 29 without using the red stamps in War Ration Book Two. Most housewives have learned to shop with point stamps as a result of actual experience with blue stamps gained since the first of March. Although little confusion is expected during the first week of buying with red stamps, it is important that everyone understand the principal instructions to be followed in their use. The difference between shopping for canned and processed foods with blue stamps and shopping for meat, butter and other newly-rationed items with red stamps are few, but they are susceptible to confusion unless clearly and accurately understood. Foods Now Rationed 1. All kinds of meat except poultry and game whether fresh, frozen, smoked in cans or in glass. This, of course, includes beef, veal, lamb and variety meat; such as tongues, brains, hearts, etc., all types of sausage, beef extracts and other meat products and concentrates. 2. All kinds of canned fish and fish products. (Fresh, frozen, smoked, etc., fish, or fish products not in hermeticajly sealed containers are not rationed). 3. All kinds of fats and oils including butter, shortening, "ooking and salad oils. (Salad dressing, mayonnaise and pure olive oil are not rationed). 4. The most important natural and processed cheeses and most of their derivatives, but not the cottage type and cream cheeses The rationed cheeses include many kinds of dehydrated, clug. grated and smoked cheeses of the hard varieties. General Rationing Regulations As in the case of blue stamps which are used for purchasing any kind of canned or processed fruits or vegetables, the red stamps can be used to buy any of the newly-rationed foods. In other words, the points are interchangeable for meat, butter, fats, etcc. If the housewife wishes, she may spend all of her red points for meat, or she may divide up her point spending in any manner to fit the eating habits of her family. The new program does not involve any declaration by the consumers of the amount of the rationed food on hand, and since War Ration Book Two. which contains several pages of n <1 stamps is already issued, there will be no registration. Red Stamps Valid First Week Unlike the system provided for the blue stamps, a different set of red stamps will become valid each week, starting with the "A" stamp for the week beginning Monday. March 29. The following week, starting April 4. "B" stamps will be good; the week of April 11, the "C" stamps will be valid, and so on. Each succeeding week during April a new set of red stamps may be used. However, it is important to remember that the value of each set of stamps cqntinues right through to the end of the month. In other words, the "A" stamps may be carried over for use even after the first week—and the same holds true for the "B." "C" and "D" stamps which likewise are good from the day they become valid until the end of April, when the "A," "B," "C" and "D" stamps will expire and only the "E" stamps are good. The expiration date of the "E" stamps will be announced later. Point Value of Red Stamps 1 The red stamps are printed in the same point denomination as the blue stamps. There are rows of 8, 5, 2 and 1-point red stamps in each War Ration Book Two. 2 For purchase of meat, butter and the other newly-rationed commodities, each individual, regardless of age or dietary habits, is allowed the same number of points. During the first ration period beginning March 29. the allowance in red stamps is set at 16 points per week for each person. 3. For the convenience of shoppers, the dealer is allowed to make change in red stamps if the customer does not have the exact amount of stamps which the point value calls for. But only 1-point stamps may be used for this purpose, and, of course, these must be valid at the time of purchase. 4. A list of the approximately 150 items showing the official point values, both in pounds and in ounces for each rationed food, will be posted in every store. In this connection it is well to point out that if the fraction on a single sale is less than half a point the customer gets the benefit, if over a half one point must be lost. RADIO HOUR Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio Jewish hour over WIOD this Sunday morning from 9:15 to 9:45. He will discuss the subject, "Action, Not Pity." —Buy War Bonds Today— RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Beat care for chronic aick, convalescent and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP .^^M Large Beautiful Grounding CAN'T YOU SLEEP? W HEN the stress of modern living gets "on your nerves" a good sedative can do a lot to lessen nervous tension, to make you more comfortable, to permit restful sleep. 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PAGE SIX +Jew/sit Iforid in FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1943 LODGE INITIATES RECORD CLASS AT TEMPLE ISRAEL With an impressive ritual ceremony, after which was heard an inspiring address by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of Hillel Foundations, the 100th anniversary class was initiated Sunday night, March 28, at Temple Israel in the presence of approximately 750. The special membership drive, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the founding of B'nai B'rith. brought into the lodge a record class. The drive, under the chairmanship of Harold Turk and E. Albert Pallot, started with a goal of 100 new members, but went over the top with 170. The new class was secured by: R. R. Adler Louis Helm an Nat Roth S. B. Miller Louis Gordon Paul Sobel Harold Turk Nat Blumberg David Blank Milton Friedman Ernest Sussman The following each RECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Reliability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Aslc for B. R. Walzer. DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL M.II Reopened Hie Office* at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldofor the practice of diseaiea of the HEART and LUNGS For Appointment, Phona 6-2232 %**J? PHONE two members: Aaron Edelman, Joseph Socolof, Isaac Levin, Maurice Cromer, Dr Kurt Wellisch, Morris J. Gernstein, Samuel Weiss and Gus Trau. One member each were secured by William Friedman. Isidore Goldstein, E. Albert Pallot, Max Silver. Fred Shochet. David Brown. Morris Kronberg, Isidore Cohen. Leo Aekerman, Walter C Kovner, Leo Eisenstein, Henry Bulbin Sol S. Goldstrom. HarryI Magid, George J. Bertman, Albert A. Green, I. Rosengarten Edward Friedman. Stanley C. Myers. S. A. Newman. Ben Ciller Alex S. Cohen. Leo A. Chaikin. Samuel Getzug and Harold M Bhcher. FAREWELL RECEPTION HELD HONORING JOHN C. TEMPLE A testimonal and farewell reception honoring John C. Temple, financial secretary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congress tion, was tendered to him by the organization last Sunday night. Sam Kaplan was chair man of the evening and the mam speakers, noting the appreciation of Mr. Temple's efforts and ac complements for the synagogue included George Chertkof, Max Ritas and Rabbi Joseph E Rackoysky. He was presented a testimonial scroll enumerating his activities In addition he was complimented with a presentation by the synagogue of a memorial window and name plate on the memorial plaque dedicated to the memory of his father Kabbi Templehof. Refreshments were served by the sisterhood. CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will present his seventh annual concert Sunday evening, April 4, p. m. at the Beth Jacob Condition. Having built an enviable reputation for himself as an .artist as cantor of the Beth Jacob | Congregation. Washington AverU( and Third Street, Miami | Bi ach, and as a concert performer, he will feature the evening with the rendition of a group ot selections in his beautiful tenor voice A group of selected artist.-, will also participate IliTETHmB REBTE010 III MIHIf REFUGEES ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN Serving BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Ocean Drive at Biscayne St. MIAMI BEACH 3151 INSURANCE fc SEyBOLD BUILDING Buy War Savings Bonds. ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSE* E. J. ALBERT S. SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avcnu* REASONABLE RATES Dr. Frederick R. 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SHIPS TO BRING JEWS FROM NAZ IOCCUPIED COUNTRIES Geneva (WNS) Demanding action by the United Nations to aid the hundreds of thousands of homeless refugees, the "Basler Nachnchten" warned this week th '" %  the Allies work out •'' permanent solution of the refuge problem aftei the war. antiwill s| : • countries h "''"' '. f:i acial prejudice. ,. '' a \ newspaper declared that the United States and ol ns .should extend ti"" Cla tana to neutral "> unlr such as Switzerland mat are now harboring laree numbers of refuge %  • d should furnish guarantees that the r. %  Uled in a pen i home at the end ol hostili"Even though Amen, not want to accept all the home' "• % %  • %  %  paper he ously prepared to be financially generous in helping to carry the fmancisl burden This attitude might help countries such as Switzerland that have not the means of securing an exit for refugees, but it should be added that the question is not merely %  (jnsncial one, but rather a Pfoblem of food. This could be a eyiated by additional permits allowing Switzerland to increase its imports. Emphasizing that "a long-term solution of the refugee problem should also be discussed." the editorial added: it there is a return to the ore-war 'laissei faire attitude there BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUN PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8891 Buy Stamps and Bonds. M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher 820 Euclid Avenue. Miami •• %  oil PHONE 5-9026 Beginners to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvaha KEEN SIGHT HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED by DR. KEENE 221-2-3 Seybold Building Buy War Savings Bonds. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR MANY JEWS ARE LOCKED 1 IN CARS WITHOUT FOOD OF APPLICATION TAX DEED File 36040 Nolle* is hereby given ihAt v IATI'. \ r 1 1 ." l v "' TM Certificate num. bered 17026, dated the 6th da* ..r ,' %  i' 1638, has riled said Cei n my office, and has made cation for tas deed to Issue thereon m accordance with law Bald Cor •'• • braces the following de i ;;• %  •!•< •',. S i!,iftt,.,t ,,, rjade w,i 1 shipped to Nazi-controlled %  ;'../; %  ;:;,,,,,„ l El s tern !" w. '; pool i fa*. iM7hV .-.,; ,!r Eye-witness reports received u tountj *t Dad* state oi here said that the 2,500 deported Th asaasamenl cf K3 property Sj? ? er ? 'S^f 1 '" r;iltl '' Cars dor th* Certificate Issued was In W OUt f .'.'"5! ''"' ""• slx-dav Geneva (WNS)—With the deportation this week of 2,500 foreign Jews to Nazi-occupied Poland from a concentration camp near Lourdes. Prance has resumed its anti-Jewish drive which reached its peak last Fall when an estimated 40.000 Jews 1 '1 '; rkm '•' Unknown Unless >aid %  •>'• hal b< r*d( ami d accordLi" £ ifA*? ^^ wm >•••""' thereon u ,; "" llth da* of April A I i 1943 A u""]W" lh da f M!lr '• • ST. B l.rCATHKRMAM. < It :k .r I'lreuit Court Dad* Oounty, Florid, *• I. M Ji.hiinvn. Ii C I circuit CVurt Heal) s 12 1'j-as i/i.s NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW uJSSHtL 7 '''"'" rlv that Ihe underslKwed. deslrfni to ininut. ,n ,:.,Y'r v ""•£, "" netltlousmsm* M.A.MIM.O TRADING <''MI'*.NY h' n rn I" r ? ll, w *•'"' ns,m With &**%&£ JSUS. c '" Mi.x It silver. M MBL,D i;iV r "K. '.'"' Applicant, S/19-26. 4/Z-I-16 Stockholm (WNS)-A proposal dan B er of ^n, %£! *"' S* a that Swedish vessels which now in the Lu^^ Z 7 nl ^"' carry shipments of food and scarcely to!? U Th^W^ cloth.ngjo the starving popuiawould Vvery desffibfe'^ powers represented at the forthcoming Anglo-American conference on refugee gave to the countries that have sheltered a large number of refugees not only financial support, but also a "definite guarantee that the refugees would be taken from them as soon as possible. NOTICE FOR tion of Greece be used to evacuate Jews from Nazi-occupied countries was made here this week by the influential newspaper Svenska Morgenbladet. At the present time, it was reported, a fleet of seven Swedish ships pick up food for Greece in Canadian ports and then return empty. The newspaper argued that these "mercy" vessels could be used to save Jews in the Balkans. 1VYI Ml It Funeral Chapel 2001 W. FLAGLER ST. AMIULANCE A *)CC/1 SERVICE J-ZD04 BULGARIA AGREES TO SEND 4o.ooo JEWS TO GERMANY: I l!"!i kh ^ lm


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FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943 •Jewlsti fhrldttain PAGE SEVEN WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEO. M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERG J. W. B. Director GREATER mmmi niuiw nno nnuv commiUEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD ^ n SERVICE PAMDE! A e O M M UN ITT PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record [of JUI the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK. Chairman MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chi. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronstoa Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koran Harry Markowit. Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallaeh Carl Weinkle ABOUT OUR BOYS CADET ROY ALEXANDER SPEIER. former Miami Edison .ithlctc, has entered the Nashville Army Air Center for classification. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Speier, 542 N. W. .)4th Street. LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF, resident of Miami Beach, has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the army following officer training in field artillery at Fort Sill, Okla. GERSON BLATT. who graduated from the University of Florida law school last June, has qualified as a pilot in the army air forces and has been sent to Nashville, Tenn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blatt. 3425 From Avenue, Coconut Grove. EDWIN GREENBLATT, Miami Beach, is attending the United States Merchant Marine base school for cadets at Pass Christian, Miss. A graduate of Miami Senior High School, he is the son of Mrs. Ida Greenblatt. 1437 M( ridian Avenue, Miami Beach. PVT. RALPH GROSSMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grossman, Miami Beach, has been assigned to a squadron in the army air forces communications section at Fort Devens. Mass., where he has just qualified as marksman. After basic training at Kossler Field, Miss., he wassent to radio operators' and mechanics' school at Chicago, from which he graduated with an average of 94. FORWARD MARCH1 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: Falk, Dr. Jacx J. Farrell, Maury J. Feder, William. Felman, Max. Feinberg, Dr. Herbert. Feinberg, Herbert. Feldman, Herman. Feldman, Phillip A. Feldman, William. Feller, Milton. Fenster, Moe. Fink, Isidor I. Fishbein, I. L. Fisher, Leonard M. Fisher, Maurice. Fishman, Henry M. Fleeman, David. Fleeman, Jerome. Fleischer. Joseph. Fleischman, Joseph E. Fox. Al. Franklin, Sid. Freeman, Julius L. Freeman, Sidney T. Freedman, Bernie. Friedlander, Bertram. Friedman, Albert M. Friedman, Cornelius. Friedman, Edmund. Friedman, Harold. Friedman, Harry. Friedman, Julian L. Friedman, Louis B. Friedman, Sol. Frishman. Leonard. Furman, Morris. Franklin. Miss Jean. Feiner. Miss Dorothy E. Franklin. Miss Jean. Frank, Bernard. Frankel, Samuel Benjamin. IMPORTANT1 The War Records Committee reports that it now has approximately 850 names of men and women in the armed service from the Greater Miami area. It is of the utmost importance that the parents, relatives or friends of all servicemen fill out the complete form found on this page. Names itself does not give us a record which we are endeavoring to secure for the Jewish Welfare Board's national campaign. The committee will appreciate your co-operation, and now! Greater Miami is proud of its record. Let's make it complete! Don't take for granted that we have a record of members of your family in the service. Make certain. Mail the coupon. Service Men Bits JOHN C. TEMPLE, an officer and active in Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, left Monday for Camp Blanding as a member of the Volunteer Officers Corps. BURNETT ROTH, the guest of honor at a dinner party Sunday g rior to leaving, is also in Camp landing with the V. O. C. PVT. MARTIN I. GOLDSTEIN RETURNS FROM ALASKA The war is teaching Miamians— the ones who have never seen snow — something they didn't know before. They can take the cold, as well as the heat, and thrive on it! That is the report of Pfc. Martin J. Goldstein, 1700 S. W. 14th Terrace, who just has returned from a year's stay in the frozen North. He has been in Alaska helping the army build bridges and roads. Now he is on leave, telling his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein, about his headquarters, miles from civilization. A brother, Pfc. Aaron Goldstein, came home from Greenville Army Flying School, Miss., to see what a year in a climate where the mercury sank to 60 below did to a Southerner. Joseph C. Grew, United States ambassador to Tokyo until the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and Prof. Albert Einstein will participate in a nation-wide broadcast on April 11 at 1:30 ;> in. (E. W. T.) under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas and Palestine. The broadcast will be entitled "On the Road to Liberation." Men over the draft age. handicapped persons, married women, retired workers, and all other persons who can learn to do war work are urged to contact their nearest U. S. Employment Service for information as to the nearest training center. Training is given without charge and there is no time for del ay. Go at once! Please fill out the coupon below concerning any information about your boy in the service. Name Address (Home) Date of Birth Date of Enlistment Name of Nearest Relative Address Branch ef Service Service Address TeL Ne. Relationship. Rank Outfit Promotion., honors, awards, act. of heroism, c*.ulty or other •vent, or service.:., — SGT. GUY GOLDSMITH is in Miami spending his furlough with relatives and friends. BERNARD GREENSTEIN is here visiting his wife and friends from Fort Benning, Ga. OSCAR RAPPAPORT. former student of the University of Florida, left Monday for Camp Blanding where he will receive his basic training. He is the son of Max Rappaport of this city and was a member of the reserves. SGT. CAL PONT will arrive Sunday to spend a furlough with his mother and family at their home at 2611 S. W. Fifth Avenue. He is stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. HERBERT COHEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen. 1846 S. W. 14th Terrace, Wednesday received his commission as a second lieutenant. He graduated from the administration school at Fargo, N. D. Herbie was chief councilor at the "Y" home camp and was a member of the diamond ball team and active in dramatics. The U. S. Levy, one of the first two destroyer escort vessels to be launched in the Third Naval District, was launched this week at the Federal Shipbuilding Company's yard in Port Newark. N. J. Named after Commodore Uriah P. Levy, Jewish naval hero in the War of 1812, the vessel was sponsored by Mrs. Charles Mayhoff of New York City, a niece of the commodore. The family heard stories about life in this hideout from civilization, where a hot meal turned to ice while being taken from the mess hall to hut, where a sleeping bag is man's best friend. But between the sleeping bags at night and the portable huts, warmed by big wood fires, the fellows managed to keep comfortable. But Pfc. Goldstein is back home, and his parents saw nothing to complain about. He has gained 25 pounds and did not have a cold in Alaska! The food was fine in Alaska, he said, after those first few months before communications were established. Then they lived on canned rations. "The fellows didn't like the canned hash at first, but they got used to it," he said. "After supplies started coming in. we had the best of everything." This is the first time the brothers have been home together in 19 months. Martin was in business before entering the service, and Aaron was an airplane engine mechanic. Don't tell him about other service boy on the block who have been promoted faster than he. fEWISH SERVICE MEN IN WORLD WAR 2 The part that Jewish service men are playing in the Armed Forces has found expression in numerous editorials and syndicated columns and in statements by public officials. It is your patriotic duty to give information to this "Service Parade" any interesting information about your boy who is now in the Armed Service. Send us his letters, photos and his comments. And remember we want the Service Record blank filled in. Do it nowl JEWS ON ALL FRONTS Homeward bound after a bombing mission over Nazi strongholds on the Tunisian front came the American bomber. "Snow White." She was a trim green picture in the sky, unscarred after 13 missions over enemy territory. Her pilot, Lt. David Sacknoff. intended to bring her back to her base as neat as ever. Suddenly enemy anti-aircraft fire enveloped Snow White. A group of Messerschmitt 109's swarmed in to attack. For 20 minutes her two gunners carried on a running fight with the Messerschmitts. Bullets shattered the glass over one gunner's upper turret, but he stuck to his post. The other gunner was saved by Snow White's armor plating when cannon shell pierced the fuselage and exploded against the bulkhead. The bombardier was covering out of his compartment but, with one good leg, he maneuvered himself back into position for the bombing run, and released his deadly cargo. Enemy fire riddled Snow White's left wing and shot its spar in two. Armor-piercing bullets kept striking both propellers. Hours later, when Lieutenant Sacknoff brought the battered ; Snow White back to her base, I repair crewmen counted over 500 holes in her. Although rubber protection had kept the inboard tank leakproof. 46 machine gun holes were found in it. The left engine nacelle was shot up. The breather pipe was cut in two. Several cables were severed. The right wing looked like a coffee strainer. Two cannon shells had smashed through the right wing tip. But Snow White will fly again. Dave Sacknoff is a Portland, Me., boy. who used to be a frequent visitor at the Portland Jewish Community Center, a Jewish Welfare Board affiliate. His mother is a member of that center's board of directors, and his brother-in-law formerly edited the center bulletin. Dave not his wings at Turner Field. Ga., and was on duty for a while at Columbia Air Base. South Carolina, before he was sent to North Africa. 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." Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar Plrat National Bank Bldg. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. 26th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami — Miami Baaa* Cowen's Shoe Stores It* %  Ftaotor St. — WM Llnaota B*. Cromer Wholesale 18 N. E. Third 8t. Green Bros. H N. E. 24th at. Hub Dry Goods 120 N. E. Miami Ava. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald Lavigne--Uniforms 114 N. E. aaoond Ava. Markowitz & Resnick 1216 N. E. Second Ava. Miami Iron & Metal Co. 24.1 N. W. 32nd Ava. Miami Rug Co. 100 8. Miami Ava. Palmer Funeral Chapel idnay H. Palmar, Raaldant Owir Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc. 160 E. Flaglar St. Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. Fifth at. J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins 146 N. Miami Ava. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Langford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. 140 N. B. 10th 8t. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel 76 a. E. Ftoat at.



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PAGE EIGHT -Jeistrkrk#*n FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943 Y. M. H. A. NOTES Br HARRY SCHWARTZ Recitals at "Y" Huge Success The first dance and dramatics recital of the various chil Iren's classes at the "Y" took place Sunday afternoon before a very large and enthusiastic audience. The recital op*.-: ed by the dramatics group with a pn of a sketch entitled "The FaThe drai iti -"-' up, under thi direction I Miss Dorothy I. man, had been rel ng this play and their renditii n of skit was verj I -.' following y IUI .-• ladies I -Marilyn G1 I Ruth I Betty Brown, D linger S3 lelle N Ma Ruth E' res Tayl r nj 1 K ei In the dance recital Blanch Mi ;•• rs lire : r wing parti H m ;-.;. %  E 1 Kan Acken in Linda .-'. Little W : n Sh Z Marj .". ".••" %  %  Sugarman Ch u*l n Lila Pear an M rr. IJI Farrr.erette El] n K or Linda ,, ,. ,, Gale •-. itermai nd -' The public is cordially Zella Silberst in M ul iry Tap • %  "•' %  %  : Dance Performs For Federation a '~~ -'-% %  .%  ..-. Last Monday evei a group Council Gives Musical Comedy from the V M H. A sojo 1 Bef re that fi 1 to 1 Israel for the 1 ... Y auditorium pacitj ith I 11 rs of rowds stai itside : I mittee of the Fed•.: ft m the Boy %  th< ir first Scout rnposed of Jeromi Rau%  t the V lastS Jack D id Eddie Milthe foi fa ....... ... • r javi a demon tration of entitled Fui .:.:..r. Tr...iph n signaling Jerome play could d justic. n Bi V. ,t does one expect to hear 1 out the country. Dr. Sachar's conUiSTfe^K^iTJM" from a speaker who has travelled tact with the youth of the nadar. e routine medj ;. %  .)• :.; %  I... .'..Lt Th mat Ri kn in Jr.. U S N. is shown fastening a pin on Edith Shier signifying service as mber : the corps of girls assisting in the entertainment program to the servicemen sponsored by the Miami Service League. The young ladies also received identification cards which give then entry I U. S. O Centers throughout the state. Those pictured are: Back row from left, mai .'• Gi man. Ruth Steinberg. Ruth Rosenthal. Front row. Flo Shirley Rothchild, Mildred Berkowitz. Evelyn Rosenthal. U to assist the Federation in itRed Cl fir t aid at the drive lor funds. Durii "Y.' portant duties to come from the 1 hail • for the I erat Y w Tr, D,.,,„, n L. o completed th' ir dramatn-s course, Y. W To Present Book Rev.ew ng ^ t l: ( ,., in ., s Wl|| ,„. ,,, • • %  • :• night at 8:15 now e> r> Tuesday afternoon at : •" H A. will pre4:15 o'clock at the Y. M. II. A • first n gular meeting is for Tu( lay afternoon, a April 6. All members best quested to attend Ahmy Girls To Meet I Sunday to ;i capacity auti:> Now that the Ahmy Girls have hanging_on to every wi rd he utare n for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In IIAIIE FEUEIAL •9 MIAMI A SAVINGS ntSTTTUTlOIf Which ha* oarer paid Itu 3% on insured taTing*. RESOURCES OVER K.000.000 J. M. UPTON. Prwktont 41 HOITHEAST FIBST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here The occasion was the mi•1 of 163 members into SI 0 lem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai B'rith, as one of the greal events in celebrating the 100th anniversary y, ar of B'nai B'rith. And the event was all the greater for the presence of Dr. Sachar, who. %  e: v appearance • ndi 1 it more and more to I %  II munity by the clarity ol n, the lucidity of hi | • tation, the manner of hi of the grave pn bit nd t age of hope for tl which he lea-. It would be futil. of it. to att mpt t down in the lin l lotted to us. a di| for to et would ne 1 text. Dr. Sa har and his calibre ai ideas thi • %  ... for a recM ter may be obtai sources %  property As national dire* toi BVitl II the 80-odd Hillel Foundations Will rapidly expand to over 200 campuses. Prior tr> embarking upon the main portion or I Dr. Sachar pointed th of the people, a evi I I y the initiati that deal with pn jture problems, ur. -.ravails engendi war. Thi %  • futui %  •. Buy a Boru*; ZiWhi • %  the pi %  u %  % %  % %  • HA • r V*r.-V.rr HJ Prcsee 0££wDI nmn MA?GCUS • -.-..i.'j!i ta* UMOTAL OF HIS OFTICI bo '-1 '. '...-. v-: a Rotd > -•-c h ~.i &uiU 3M MIAMI BEACH tm \r. Practice of Oer^traJ Dentistry bonds during the month of Asm with which to purchase a bornlLr —$300,000. w Everyone is buying war bonds Is everyone buying enough war bonds? For the safety of our country there is no point of sauj. ration in the purchase of bonds! The war is a bottomless pit mto which must be poured the wealth of our nation without stint and without war bonds we would be without the sinews of war Tanks are destroyed, ships are sunk, bombers do not return Material of war must be replaced And in this country it is replaced 1 through the investment in war bonds. We invest, receive a return for the investment and the money is presently used for the purchase of war material. That is the way a free people operate And the free peoDle are investing in the United States of America, in the forces of free!dom of liberty-loving people I everywhere. Not giving, but ml vesting. Our government does I not confiscate does not demand j but pleads with its citizens to invest But every thinking person should know that it is not only essential to make regular purchases fif war bonds, but absolutely vital. And in the present campaign to sell enough bonds to purchase a bomber, we are all given an opportunity to unite our purchases for that specific purpose. Make an extra effort to double your April war bond quota. Sholem Lodge has received authorization to conduct this campaign, and has been given the powers of an issuing agency for war bonds. Call the B'nai B'rith office. 3-6391, place your order for war bonds, and join in the privilege of naming the bomber.' Invest in America! Buy War Bonds and Stamps B. SCHWARTZ Licensed and Insured Painting and Decorating Contractor K-tm.at.vs Cheerfully UITPB Work Guaranteed 2110 S. W. 16th Street. Miami PHONE 5-5091 I WANT MY MILK i Ad Bo Sura It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "IT Milk "Milk Product*-" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at •200 N W. 32nd StTMt %  ^ItTrTfTTTTial^nEa • MA, i UWtflL h A „KL. CAKE MEAL WH0L t W H TTTMAT2o""cA?ZO


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 16No. 14
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
LODGE TO Federation Goes "Over the Top" In Its
START VIM B0NQ1943 Solicitation for Funds; Workers SP [JK DIRECTLY
SALE PII OCR III!Jubilant Over Success of 10-Day Drive TO
_. T ~ n, n, ... i The 1943 Federation campaign which is needed to cover antici-,
Sholem Lodge, B nai B ntn, formally endcd! The goal was!pated emergency requirements1
will this week start an intense reached! A ten day drive, March I !hat arise in the Prescnt uncer" '
continuous program to promote j 2, wound j tain_ times.
the sale of war bonds, Louis Hei- finn i,,,,. .;*.., Mm. Thc initial and special gifts di-,
man, president, announced.
With the lodge becoming an
official issuing agency authorized
to write and issue war bonds in- red dollars more than the quota, Jjjjj di
eluding E, F and G series, a com- '
mittee is now being selected that
will take charge of details and
activities.
To give impetus to the project,
a one-month campaign starting
MASS MEETING HAS
BEEN POSTPONED
Montreal (WNS)The Jewish
; population of Canada will have
i an opportunity to speak directly
to the government of Canada
and to the governments of the
of glory securing during the | their quotas with thc other.
scheduled period several hund- groups nearing this figure. Ad-
ditlonal returns indicate most of
$135,977.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration at its last regularly sched-
visions will exceed their
quotas.
Workers likewise rejoiced in
uled report meeting of the 1943 88*822 ""a** b2E ^n"
omniJn cn, ., iTJL, ,,mK.. r tributions towards Federation
campaign saw a large number of
workers fill Kaplan Hall with a
and that the average gift was
considerably higher than last
Apr r by he lodge and its aux- demonstration of enthusiasm as y^^ Thc^eceSn from pros
il&ry will sponsor a concerted report after report brought the g aCcord?n?to reports wi
effort to write $300,000,000 dur- ^JSLS^f^JLSSS^JS KJ ous and favorableTnd caUve
ing this period. This will be used,
under an arrangement with the
United States government, to
the history of the community and
closer to the goal.
After the reports of captains
gracious
of Federation's need and place in
the community.
purchase a bomber which will i and division heads, Stanley C.
be named by the lodge. Selec- j Myers, chairman of the campaign,
tions and suggestions for the! reported on his efforts during
name of the bomber will be re-1the closing hours of the cam-
Iceived at the B'nai B'rith office, paign. Seeing that the drive
650 Seybold building, which will would fall several thousand short
Iserve as headquarters for the is- f the goal, he contacted several
suing of the bonds. or Miami's communal spirited cit-
' Organizations and commercial! izens-. a" ,"f whm having Prt"!
lirms who are now buying or v'ously ad,^uat,; lv.en- cam,c
Engaged in promoting the sale ln^,u^w,th additional support.
E these bonds are urged to make ^r Myers paid special tribute
ose purchases through the U>. \ L $*!' wh,,f' additional
nai B'rith official in PledK'- < $1000 was the factor in
RABBI REPORTED,
A scheduled mass meeting
for Bay Front Park tentatively
set for Monday, April 5, at 5 I Allied nations to plead for trie
p. m., has been indefinitely ; lives of the Jews in Europe who
postponed. Harry Simonhoff, are threatened with extermina-
president of the American Jew- tion by the Nazis,
ish Congress, who headed the The Canadian Jewish Congress
committee composed of repre- is sponsoring a nation-wide peti-
sentatives of more than 30 local tion to support the rcpresenta-
organizations. announced that | tions of the Canadian Jewish
the inability of a prominent na- i Congress to the Allied govern-
tional speaker to appear at that ments in this connection in the
time necessitated this action, 'spirit of the 11-point program
The presentation of a mass which has been adopted by the
protest against the atrocities Jewish communities in the free
committed against the Jews world
and other peoples in Germany i This decision was taken at the
will take place and announce- meeting of the Dominion Coun-
ment of the date as soon as i cil of the Canadian Jewish Con-
arrangements are completed. ] gress in Montreal on March 21,
at which a detailed report of
W U FlTMINaTFC: TTC 'the Position of the Jews in Eu-
ui^STTSSsiSJiS roP was made y Dr JoscPh
DUES FOR MEMBERSHIP Schwartz of the Joint Distribu-
______ tion Committee, who has just
The Jewish Welfare Bureau in c.^'d J Enrpe ,
the first of its steps to acquaint uJ^hSSJ"tJ*$SFi* "2ff_
the public with its redlfined jJ?,r8L* ^LiC!SadS
nrnnmm nf ar-tivitv h ,r, Jtwisr> Congress and of the
ESS tteelSSSaSonofmem: Bff jfiS RcfTC a,nd War
bership dues.,. All that is neces- ^JSTgSj82!ttj&
ISGT.BELA URBAN FIRST ^utt X ft^A --
1UV u u x ^au/wbiW mg every dollar Ve seek to con- mr ,..,,
IN Y. M. H. A. CONCERTS ,,,. ,,ur i,f,. saving task. The report said that Chaplain
Enough credit cannot be given to Goode was aboard a cargo-trans-
The first in a series of three him and others who have made P''t that was sunk on the North
concerts sponsored by the Y. M. our drive a success. 1 thank. Atlantic convoy early in Felnu-
and Y. W. H. A. will take place from the bottom of my heart, ev- Vry According to Daniel OKeefi
Sunday afternoon. April 4. at 4 c-ryone who SO nobly and en- 19-year-old merchant marine who
O'clock, when Sgt. Bela Urban, t-rgetically took part in our survived the sinking. Chaplain
famous violinist of the Army drive." Goode, together with two PTOtes-
Air Forces will open the concert. Mr. Myers paid tribute to tant a,ul Catholic chaplains.
He will be accompanied at the Morris Klass. executive director sacrificed their lives so that four
piano by his wife, Virginia Ur- of Federation, who directed the crewmen might be saved.
ban. Mrs Urban will also give many details of the campaign. "Just before the ship went
several piano solos. Ben Bronston. president of down." O'Keefe related, "the
Atlantic. Chaplain Goode is the work will be analyzed in forth- international bodies which
Jewish coming issues.
HELATI0H5HIP OF
WAR CHEST FUND
HIS BEEN STUDIED
are
considering the refugee problem
our unshakable solidarity with
the Jews of Europe and our deep-
est desire that all steps for the
assistance of war-stricken Jews
be taken.
POSTAL REGULATIONS
HAVE BEEN MODIFIED
Postal regulations for mailing
parcels to army personnel have
been modified.
It is no longer necessary for
soldiers abroad
possible
public to hav
nominal cost
[capacity is
eryone to call the "Y" otlice, I eitoris pieagea inemjieivvs i ihmmu mu vuuiu .>>,,mo- ui < % "-^ *wmuvu nlar.H mud h
3-4012. at once and make reser-I continue until all of the pros- versity. respectively. He leaves Federations and Welfare Funds. S^sT oosta rntnP
vations." Tickets are $2.20 for pective contributors have been a widow and three-year-old Harry Grcenstein. executive Tnp
the entire series of three con- contacted. Several thousand dol- daughter. director of the Jewish Welfare
I certs. I lars is expected to be raised
war department has
agreed to the change in regula-
AN OPEN LETTER
My Dear Friends:
As the Passover Holidays approach, our thoughts turn to
the men in the armed forces who are making a sacrifice so that
we might lire. One of the greatest things we can do for these
men to show our appreciation of their efforts in our behalf is
to invite them to our homes for the Sedarim nights.
Let us follow the spirit of the Hagadah when it says, "All
those who are in need may come in and eat with us." Let us
put this into practice with that spirit. I ask every family in
the community to invite service men for the Sedarim nights.
Share your meal with the man who may give up his life
for you.
Perhaps you hare a son or some other relative in the ser-
vice In another part of the world and just do to the service
men in this area as you would want some other family to do
for your sop. Call the Jewish Welfare Board or the Y.M.H.A..
3-4012. at once, and tell them how many service men you
will take.
SAM BLANK
Chairman Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee
VOLUNTEER WORKERS
BUSY FOR RED CROSS
Fund of Baltimore, urged the SSnVin imSZ tefSnitetiTB"
scheduled completion of 1943 ,^ ^an J ^ '^J^"
*s!sJ&J*J&!+_*f*i & V^SJBJ" JESS
watches.
In-
regardless of the outcome of local fountain ,
I negotiations between the welfare hS,.^ ^ni- ,in?nia-
Several hundred garments for and war chest. Pointing out that ^s ,2/' "house or-
en. women and children have the war chest campaigns this Fall' *u?.u Ki^,;y publications.
men. women anu ciuioien navr : tne war chest campaigns mis ran ,,hl,L Klll
been made by volunteer workers would raise funds for 1944. Mr K^n, m?! ""k S,milfr P^b~
at the American Red Cross Sew-; Greenstein stressed that failure h mo^h Sen<* undtT
ing ,9*'n.U^V Tcenty Pl'ned at'to go through with the Spring SSJSS! welght and Ps*agc re-
the Y. M. H. A. club rooms. 1567 campaigns wouid seriously handi-"
S. W. Fifth Street, Miami, under cap the rescue programs of Jew-
the direction of Mrs. Louis Kot- ish relief organizations.
kin. These garments will be
SECOND JEWISH CAMP
The delegates were cautioned SET UP IN HOLLAND
London (WNS) A second
concentration camp for Jews
sections due to disasters such as ^t^J^l^T^ i Tw* roundedJ u fr the Germans in
floods, hurricanes, etc. ?p'n,lonT wat expressed that the occupied Holland has been es-
tko oinD rn..r ic IocaI Jewish community should tabhshed near Vught, it was re-
negotiations, ported this week by the Aneta
news agency.
! Meanwhile, the Nazi-controlled
production supervisors are Mrs. I?S?M? "ZSZLSL?"1 L"""Y"U~ ?Ul --- n>ty-wide enterprise. Sidney death of four more aged Jews at
Hollander of Baltimore, president j the concentration camp at West-
of the Council of Jewish Fcdera- erbork. The four, aged between
tions and Welfare Funds, report-: 75 and 82, all died within a few

David Kleber, Mrs. Herman Bar-
nett and Mrs. Julius Levett.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF IEWISH WOMEN
The regular monthly meeting
of the Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will be held Wednesday. April
7, at 1:30 p. m. at the Alton Road
Servicemen Center, 1705 Alton
Road. Miami Beach.
Guest-speaker of the afternoon
will be Dr. Thomas H. D. Grif-
fiths, health commissioner of
Dade County. Dr. Griffiths will
take as his topic. "Health In
Military Miami."
Mrs. Monte Sclig, president,
who has been in New York for
the past few weeks, will give a
report of her conferences with
the national office executives.
The nominating committee will
present the slate of officers for
the ensuing year.
The board will convene Wednes-
day at 10:30 a. m. at the same
place.
MIAMI SERVICE
LEAGUE
NATIONAL HOME FOR
JEWISH CHILDREN
Monday. March 29, the Miami
Service League of the Y. M. H. A.
held a special board meeting, at
which time all preparations were
completed for the membership
party to be held Monday evening.
April 5. at the Y. M. H. A. The
program of entertainment in-
cludes guest-speaker Lt. Thomas
Richman, Jr., Seventh Naval Dis-
trict; Mrs. Evelyn Raff, vocalist:
Mrs. Dorothy Moore, pianist, and
Horace Ebersale, U. S. N., vocal-
ist. Mrs. Max Shapiro, chairman
of the membership committee,
will be assisted by Mrs. Jack
Stone. Women of the commu-
nity are invited to attend. Re-
freshments will be served.
The Greater Miami chapter,
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver, will hold their
annual Donor Day luncheon
Tuesday, April 6, at 12 noon at
the Club Mayfair. 1853 W. Flagler
Street. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will give the invocation and
the guest-speaker will be Jack
Bell, celebrated "Town Crier."
Among the guests will be Sol
Goldstrom, national director, and
Mrs. Mollie Lifshutz. national
vice-president. The entire floor
show of the club will entertain.
Assisting Mrs. M. Newman and
Mrs. I. Miller, co-chairmen of
the affair, are Mrs. Marion Ross,
president; Mrs. Cohn, Mrs. Sam
Luby, Mrs. Johnnie Feller and
Mrs. Gazela Newlander. Reser-
vations are still being accepted
by Mrs. Newman. 2-4147, and
Mrs. Miller. 9-2082.
PIONEER WOMEN
ORGANIZATION
Both chapters of the Greater
Miami Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine will sponsor
an annual donors' dinner at the
Beth David auditorium Sunday,
April 4. at 7 p. m. Reservations
are urged at $3 per plate pro-
ceeds to be used in the Chil-
dren's Rescue Program." Mrs.
Henry Seitlin has announced a
program which will feature the
nationally prominent Mrs. Ychu-
dith Simchonit, national dele-
gate from Palestine, who will
discuss "Women In War Time In
BEACH COM. CENTER
The regular meeting of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will be postponed from
April 5 to Wednesday. April 8,
8 p. m. ;it the center. On Wednes-
day. April 14. at 2 p. m. a man
jongh and bridge will be held
at the Social Hall. 1415 Euclid
Avenue.
WORLD'S CHAMPION BOY
BUGLER APPEARS IN RECITAL
Chief Petty Officer Richard
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schulman, appeared in re-
cital at the Y.M.H.A. Thursday
I evening. This youngster, only
i eight years old, knows every
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
The Beth Jacob Service Club
is arranging to invite 150 Jewish
servicemen to celebrate the Pass-
over Sedarim the first two nights
of Passover. The banquet will
be held in the Beth Jacob Com-
munity building auditorium.
JEWISH WAR
VETERANS
MRS. YEHUDITH SIMCHONIT
Palestine." Rabbi Max Shapiro
will address the gathering and
a musical program will be pre-
sented by Ruth Recne. singer.
accompanied by Anyuta Melicov.
Mrs. M. Adelman will introduce
the chairlady.
A reception in honor of Mrs.
Simonchit will be tendered by
the Greater Miami Hanita Club
at the home of Mrs. G. Faber,
1045 10th Street. Tuesday, April
6. She will address the gather-
ing on "The Development of
Women's Role In War Time In
the Holy Land During the Last
Three Years."
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Mrs. Katie Marks, president,
and Mrs. Minnie Kline, vice-
president of the Freda Marko-
witz Post 174, Jewish War Vet-
erans' Ladies' Auxiliary, deliv-
ered to the U. S. O. lounge rooms
of the Florida East Coast and
Seaboard Railways cards, tables,
checkers, dominoes, stationery
for the use of the servicemen.
This is one of the many U. S. O.
centers and hospitals that this
organization has been contribut-
ing to.
The organization was the re-
cipent among its correspondents
of a letter from the State Hos-
pital Headquarters Air Corps
Technical Command, Miami
Beach, thanking them for the
efforts expended in the distribu-
tion of packages and other items
to the servicemen at the hos-
pital.
Membership to the War Vet-
erans' Auxiliary is open to those
who have relations in the present
war. Information regarding ap-
plications may be obtained from
Mrs. Minnie Kline, 2-1021.
SPINOZA FORUM
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
The annual meeting of Beth
Sholom Center for election of of-
ficers will be held at 8 p. m.
Wednesday at the center. All
members are urged to attend.
The newly-elected officers and
direcctors will be installed Sun-
day. April 11. on the occasion of
the first anniversary dinner of
Beth Sholom Center. This will
take place at the Palm Restau-
rant, Collins Avenue and Eighth
Street. Miami Beach, at 8:15
i). in. on Sunday. April 11. Res-
ervations arc now being accepted
at the center for this event,
which will feature music and en-
tertainment along with the in-
stallation ceremonies,
Edward Clarke of the Univer-
sity of Miami, who was scheduled
to speak at the Spinoza Forum
last Saturday, will do so this
Saturday afternoon. April 3, at
3 o'clock under the canopy, on
the lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, Uth Street, be-
tween Collins Avenue and Ocean
Drive, Miami Beach. Mr. Clarke
will review the book, "The Last
Time I Saw Paris," by Paul El-
liot. Next Saturday afternoon,
April 10. Prof. William H. Mc-
Master will lecture at the Spi-
noza Forum on "The Bible as
World Literature."
London (WNS)The United
States and Great Britain have
agreed on the need for immediate
joint action to rescue the Jews
and other victims of Hitlerism in
the Nazi-occupied countries and
will translate their decision into
action at the forthcoming Anglo-
American conference on refugee
problems. Viscount Cranborne,
the government leader, announced
this week in the House of Lords.
Lord Cranborne's announce-
ment that British Foreign Secre-
tary Anthony Eden and Secre-
tary of State Cordell Hull had
discussed the plight of the vic-
tims of Nazi persecution during
their conversations in Washing-
ton was made shortly after the
Archbishop of Canterbury made
a strong appeal for immediate
action to save the Jews from
certain death.
Stating that the Jews in Nazi
territories were being slaughtered
at the rate of 10,000 a day,
the archbishop urged that the
United Nations approach Ger-
many through neutral countries
with a proposal that the Nazis
permit the Jews to leave occu-
pied areas on a monthly quota.
The Archbishop of Canterbury
proposed that neutral ships be
chartered to carry the refugees
from Nazi-occupied countries to
American ports or to British over-
seas colonies. He said that
American ships bringing troops
and supplies to Britain could
carry refugees on their return
voyages.
He proposed also that Britain
authorize its consuls in Turkey,
Spain, Portugal and other neu-
tral countries to issue visas to
refugees at their, discretion. "We
are standing at the bar of his-
tory, of humanity and of God,"
the Archbishop of Canterbury
concluded. His appeal for ac-
tion on behalf of the Jews ias
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
CHIEF PETTY OFFICER
RICHARD CHARLES
bugle call in every branch of the
armed forces. Army-Navy field
calls, drill, battle, and miscel-
laneous calls and marches num-
ber over 300, something for any
youngster to remember. The ar-
my has made him an honorary
sergeant and the Navy, not to be
outdone, conferred on him the
rank of Chief Petty Officer.
Chief Richard has entertained
over one hundred thousand ser-
vice men since Pearl Harbor.
MIZRACHI
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
meet Sunday, April 4, at 3 p. m.
in the Beth Jacob Synagogue
building. Nomination and elec-
tion of officers will take place.
The public is invited.
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PAGE THREE
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
Miss Marcia Kohl, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Kohl
500 S. W. 22nd Road, became the
bride of Lt. Alfred M. Freed-
man, U. S. A., medical corps, last
Wednesday at 7 p. m. in the
home of her parents, Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman, officiating.
PERSONALS
Gerald Rissman is here for a
month's stay from Chicago visit-
ing his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Schonberg, 1334 S. W
Fourth Street.
& Dr. and Mrs. Randolph She-
vack have as their house guest,
Mrs. Phillip Grenley from Nor-
lolk, Va. She is the wife of Capt.
Phillip Grenley, U. S. Army
Medical Corps, and is director
of U. S. O. clubs in Norfolk.
She also serves as head of the
Jewish Welfare Board Service-
men's Center Committee.
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Carl Weinkle will leave Sun-
day for a few days' visit with
his son, Julian, at the University
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
TV ft
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man returned from Savannah,
Ga., where they spent the week-
end with their son and daughter-
in law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Adelman. Their children now
reside there.
1* *r tr
During his recent stay here in
Miami Rabbi Stephen S. Wise,
together with his wife, visited
Rivermont Park Sanitarium, 1389
N. W. Seventh Street, and con-
gratulated Dr. Sanel Beer, di-
rector. Rabbi Wise, leader of
world Jewry, made this visit of
honor to Dr. Beer as former
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation in Vienna, founder and
president of the First World
Sport Club of Vienna; chairman
of the well-known Mariahilfer
Synagogue, and chairman of the
famous Rothschild Hospital in
Vienna.
BE
HELD IN BERMUDA
Washington (WNS) The forth-
coming Anglo-American confer-
ence on war and post-war refu-
gee problems will be held in Ber-
muda, it was officially an-
nounced this week. In his note
to the British government pro-
posing that the conference be
held, Secretary of State Cordell
Hull had suggested Ottawa as
the site of the meeting.
The change was made, it was
believed here, because of Cana-
dian dissatisfaction over the fact
that it had not been previously
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consulted in the selection of the
meeting place and had not been
invited officially to participate in
the important discussions.
Regret that the conference had
been shifted to Bermuda was ex-
pressed by officials of organiza-
tions aiding Jewish and other
refugees from Nazi-occupied Eu-
rope on the ground that Ber-
muda, a closely guarded military
zone, will be relatively inacces-
sible to interested groups which
are equipped with all the facts
in the case.
It was pointed out also that
the transfer of the meeting from
Ottawa to Bermuda may cause
resentment in Canada and may
weaken the chances of the Do-
minion co-operating the discus-
sions. A meeting in Canada,
it was reasoned, would have en-
couraged the Canadian govern-
ment to participate actively in
the joint program to find havens
for the refugees.
The time of the conference has
not been made public as yet.
Mentioned as possible American
representatives to the refugee
parky are Myron C. Taylor.
President Roosevelt's envoy to
the Vatican and the United States
representative.
HERMAN WALL
co-ehairman of the Advance Gift
Division of the successful 1943
campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, just completed.
HlSyjElOl
U DEATH IN
NAZI OCCUPATION
Senator Alben W. Barkley of
Kentucky, speaking at a dinner
marking the 35th anniversary of
the Order Sons of Zion, declared
this week that the post-war in-
ternational settlement will in-
clude the establishment of a Jew-
ish homeland in Palestine. Dr.
Israel Goldstein, guest of honor,
urged the United
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Washington (WNS)The plight
of the millions of Jews facing
death in Nazi-occupied countries
was discussed at a meeting this
week of Jewish members of Con-
gress The meeting, attended
also by representatives of na-
tional Jewish organizations, was
held in the office of Congress-
man Adolf Sabath of Chicago.
The congressmen reviewed the
conditions confronting Jews in
the Nazi territories and discussed
methods of rescuing as many as
the Jews as possible. It was de-
cided to approach President
Roosevelt with a plea to do all
in his power to rescue the help-
less Jewish population of occu-
pied Europe.
At the same time Kep. William
B. Barry of New York urged in
a letter to the president that he
"call immediately a meeting of
representatives of the United Na-
tions for the purpose of deter-
mining what percentage of Eu-
ropean Jews who might be res-
cued or released from their Nazi
captors should be given a haven
Of refuge in the United States,
Canada, Great Britain. Australia.
New Zealand. South Africa, the
Latin-American countries and
Palestine."
The New York congressman
proposed that the various Allied
and neutral nations accept a spe-
cific number of refugees. "It
should not be difficult to work
out a formula that would be fair
to all countries concerned." Mr.
Barry stated.
"The available territory in the
aforementioned areas is so vast
that many times over the num-
ber of Jews still in Europe could
be housed if each country as-
sumed its fair share of responsi-
bility without affecting to any
noticeable extent the internal
economy of any individual coun-
try. In fact, most of the warring
countries could well use these
newcomers to relieve labor
shortages on farms and else-
where."
Mr. Barry suggested that after
the United Nations had agreed
among themselves on the number
of refugees each country would
accept, the president should re-
quest neutral Switzerland and
Ireland to negotiate with Ger-
many for the release of the Jews
from the occupied counrties.
"With the speed of modern
methods of communication and
air transportation this meeting
could be called, held and its
business concluded within a mat-
ter of days, or at the most, of
weeks," Congressman Barry con-
cluded.
MEDICAL SUPPLIES ARE
NEEDED AT HOSPITALS
An intense effort is being made
to secure medicinal containers of
all types for use of army hos-
pitals on Miami Beach. Short-
age of labor and materials by
the manufacturing concerns cre-
ate the unprecedented demand
locally for containers in which
to put medicine and other help-
ful remedies. Servicemen who
leave the city frequently take
these containers with them, add-
ing to the shortage.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, active in
trying to fill the needs of the
hospitals on the Beach, an-
nounced that containers of all
kinds including vials for pills. >
to 6-ounce bottles, glass appli-
cators, all containing caps or
corks and small jars suitable for
salves and ointments, were needed
badly. It is not necessary to wash
or sterilize these containers prior
to depositing them at any school,
all of which are designated as
depositories.
U.S.
AGREE ON WEED
TO SHE IIdims
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
one of the most eloquent ever
made in Parliament.
In his reply. Viscount Cran-
borne said that Britain was al-
ready doing her utmost to find
a haven for the refugees and
then read the following joint
British-American statement on
the refugee situation:
"The question of the plight of
oppressed and persecuted per-
sons in Europe has been taken
up between Mr. Hull and Mr.
Eden. It has been decided that
conversations in connection with
this matter should take place in
the immediate future. The Brit-
ish and American governments
have given expression to their
deep interest in the coming de-
cision as to practical steps which
may be taken to supplement ac-
tual measures now being under-
taken by the two governments.
"Particular reference has been
made to the persecuted peoples
Nations to OI Eastern Europe, for a number
clarify their position in regard to of whom refuge in Palestine has
restoration of the right of Jewish I already been offered, and to those
minority populations in Europe. f Western Europe, for some of
whom actual arrangements for
relief and evacuation have al-
ready been made and further ar-
rangements are under prepara-
tion.
"The two governments have
previously agreed by an exchange
of notes upon the necessity of
urgent immediate action and
have arrived at an agenda which
they intend to implement in their
forthcoming conversations.
"This program would have the
full support of the British and
United States governments and,
no doubt, of other United Nations
and neutrals whose collaboration
it is hoped to secure. It is ex-
pected that the place of the
meeting and the names of the
representatives of the two gov-
ernments will be announced in
the near future "
Lord Cranborne said that it
was a mistake to place too much
I emphasis on the Jewish phase of
tin tragedy which he described
as a horrible feature of a much
larger problem."
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PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICE. RepresentatiTo
Temple Beth El
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein re-
viewed the book. "Jewish Pio-
neers and Patriots," by Lee M.
Friedman, at services of the Tem-
ple Beth El congregation at the
temple on Fern street.
Temple Israel
Dr. Carl N. Herman will offici-
ate at services of the reform con-
gregation, Temple Israel, at the
temple on Broward Avc at 8:15
o'clock.
Mrs Ixittie Abrams and son.
Technical Sergeant Nathan Ab-
rams. left for their home in New
York, after spending an enjoy-
able time at the home of Mrs.
Gallick. 529 Gardenia street.
The B'nai B'rith Lodge spon-
sored a dance for the service men
Sunday night at Sher Memorial
Hall.
Mrs. Rosenberg of New York,
after spending several months at
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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 14
ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH
In many of the current movies as well as
our every-day confrontment of news and read-
ing, we find depicted by word or picture the
horrors of present-day Nazism. In one form
or another the persecutions evidence the dis-
enfranchisement of peoples. True, this domi-
nation results from power. A power that re-
tains its strength by sheer force. That retain-
ment was only possible through previous at-
tainment. Bringing continued intimidation in
its daily application, the rise to control by the
present powers was only possible through a
lackadaisical attitude of those who were wit-
nesses and bystanders.
And strange enough, grotesquely so, we
find that same attitude present in our own
midst.
The sole lever, that in our hands, can pro-
tect us from a likewise fate, yes, even in our
America, the "Land of the Free." is overlooked,
neglected, cast aside, forgotten and trampled
upon. The right of the individual franchise,
the precept upon which our very constitution
and foundation is based and upon which it
rests is allowed to drift with the tide. Blown
by the wind the right to vote is permitted to
change with this tide, sometimes good and
oft' times dangerous. The apathetic attitude
shown by our people in registering and exer-
cising that glorious privilege of voting leads
us to believe that only when no longer are
we blessed with the privileges of voting, of
having a choice in directing and conducting
our future, then and then alone, will we ap-
preciate our loss. At that time, forbid should
it happen, will it be too late.
We take shelter from the rain by getting
under cover, from our enemies by protection.
Always we are seeking, striving and fighting
to protect ourselves, our families, and our fu-
ture. Yet the very fundamental protective
measure of voting that will secure for us this
protection we let go by.
Can we awaken before we find ourselves
in difficulties? Will we awaken? Are we
going to register and vote? Are we going to
make ourselves a similar fate of those unfor-
tunates of downtrod countries abroad? We
have only ourselves to answer to.
Registration books of the City of Miami are
now open for additional names. No matter
how unimportant or disinterested in a particu-
lar election we may be, the principle involved
qoes far beyond. Will we realize the far-
reaching thought with its results? The effect
of our action or lack of action? Will we reg-
ister before it is too late?
PROGRAM TO RESCUE THE JEWS
The developments this week indicated the
concern and anxiety of the free world over
the unhappy fate of the millions of Jews in
Nazi-occupied Europe. In New York, the Fed-
eral Council of Churches of Christ in America
made public a three-point program for the
rescue of the European Jews, which will be
submitted for consideration to the forthcoming
Anglo-American refugee conference.
The church council program calls for the
United Nations to extend financial support to
refugees who suceed in reaching neutral coun-
tries either through their own initiative or as
the result of negotiations with the Axis powers,
and for the creation by the United Nations of
temporary asylums in which the refugees may
live in peace until the end of the war. These
proposals are reasonable and practicable in
character and represent the very least the
United Nations can do to implement their
promises to a people who have known naught
but starvation, pestilence and death since
Hitler unloosed his wild fury on the world.
The Federal Council of Churches of Christ
merits the widest praise for its humanitarian
action. The council is to be congratulated
also for its action in designating May 2 as a
"Day of Compassion" for the Jews of Europe.
Christians were asked by the council to join
on May 2 in united intercession "for the vic-
tims of racial and religious persecution as a
special occasion for the expression of Christian
solicitude." The council's program is a firecely
burning candle in a world of darkness.
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By PHINEAS I. MROM-
A WORLD OF PEACE AND HONOR
"This country was shocked and outraged,
when tyranny and barbarity again com-
menced their march, at the brutality which was
inflicted on certain races, and particularly on
the Jewish populations of Europe. Apparently
no form of abuse has been too great, and no
form of torture or oppression too vile, to be
meted out to these populations by the Nazi
despots. And in taking this attitude toward
the Jewish race, they have made it plain by
concrete acts that a like attitude would be tak-
en towards any other race against whom they
might invent a grievance. The Jews have long
sought a refuge. I believe that we must have
an even wider objective. We must have a
world in which Jews, like every other race, are
free to abide in peace and honor."
Secretary of State Cordell Hull.
WELLES REPLIES
10 CHARGES IDE
BY ROTHSCHILD
following comment, prepared in
consultation with an unbiased
Specialist familiar with the vari-
ous legal points involved, has
just been received. I hasten to
send it you in the belief that
you will not wish to allow an
erroneous impression of the situa-
tion to prevail.
"1. The laws relating to the
Jews which were of Nazi inspira-
tion were abolished by General
! Giraud by an ordinance on the
14th of the current month. The
Jews are guaranteed the right
Washington (UNS) Under-
secretary of State Sumner Welles
formally replied this week to i to practice the liberal professions
the charges made by Baron Ed- including the holding of public
puard de Rothschild, president of offico the rignt to own property
the Consistoire des Israelites de and frecly to manage their prop-
France et d Algiere, in protest-. crty asscts and all business en-
ing against Gen. Henri Giraud s | terprises, and the right to at-
Tecent abrogation of the Cremieux tond institutions of learning of
law in Algeria. The reply was i all degrees. The Jew is no longer
made in the following letter to indicated as of a race apart in
affirmation that they lose their
citizenship is untrue.
"3. Only native Algerian Jews
were affected by the Cremieux
decree. The decree is abrogated
but in the near future a pro-
cedure will be established where-
by native Algerian Jews who de-
sire to become citizens may ac-
quire citizenship. It may be re-
membered that, following the
precedent of 1914-1918, elections
are deferred until the end of the
war. that is to say, until metro-
politan France is liberated. Con-
sequently, native Algerian Jews
who desire to participate in those
elections will have ample time
to become citizens. The affir-
mation of Baron de Rothschild
that Jews will be unlawfully de-
prived of voting power is like-
wise absolutely untrue."
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
Arab propaganda against Zionism is caching new heights ia
this country .. That recent editorial in The New Republic proves
that quite a section of so-called American liberal opinion is once
more being hoodwinked by the anti-Zionist outcry in behalf of
the poor Arabswho have more Lebebnsraum in the Near and
Middle East than any other race in the world Rabbi Meyer
Berlin president of Mixrachi. who is here now on a visit from
Palestine, has some interesting information about the war effort
of Palestinian Jewry.
THIS AND THAT .
Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt is devoting a good deal of her
spare timeof which she unfortunately has very littleto study-
inq the Jewish refugee problem ... The $300,000 bomber bought
with the proceeds of Wax Bond sales to refugees in a campaign
launched some months ago. is part of the U S. Air Force now
It has been named "The Loyalty" .The leader of the Tree
Hunqarian movement in this country is none other than Tibor
Eckhardt, we are sorry to say If your memory u short, let us
remind you that Eckhardt is the gentleman who once organized
the anti-Semitic "Awakening Hungarians' ... He u cast in the
same mold as the two OttosOtto von Hamburg and Otto Stras-
serwho are grooming themselves to lead, respectively, the
"Free" Austrians and the 'Tree" Germans.
AMONG THE RABBIS .
Not enough attention was paid to the heroic death of Rabbi
Alex D. Goode, a young chaplain who went down with his men
on a transport ship in the North Atlantic Goode was the first
Jewish chaplain to lose his life in this war ... If you missed last
week's issue of The Congress Weekly, make a point of getting a
copy The article by Dr. Joshua Bloch. chief of the Jewish de-
partment of the New York Public Library, is very much worth
your while reading, for it will be a topic of conversation for quite
some time to come Congratulations to Robert E. Goldberg, a
student at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, for his splen-
did editorial in the March issue of the students' monthly The
editorial, entitled "United We Speak." pleads with the student
body of the college to petition Congress "to discontinue the un-
democratic and treacherous activity of the Dies Committee" .
The future rabbis are urged to speak out against the Dies activi-
ties The advice is good, and might be followed by more of .
the rabbis now active throughout the country.
STAGE AND SCREEN .
Maurice Bergman, the publicity wizard of Universal Pictures,
was responsible for his company's purchase of the screen rights
for "The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler" Luise Rainer. report
the Hollywood scouts, is playing her part in "Hostages" with par-
ticularly great feelingbecause the film, which centers about a
Nazi concentration camp, reminds her of the experience of her
father, who spent several months in one of those barbed-wire
tombs Irving Pichel. who for a time was directing films with-
out acting in 'em. couldn't keep away from the camera indefi-
nitely So, in "The Moon is Down." which he directed, this
veteran actor also plays a featured role Now that Moss Rrl
is writing a play about the divine Sarah Bernhardt, you can loot
forward to the finished product, which will presumably be pre-
sented in a screen version also Congratulations to that young-
ster. Al Jolson. on the completion of his forty-second year in
the show business.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Rumor has it that Maxim Litvinov will be recalled to Russia
before long for an important domestic job Herman Shulman
of the Zionist Emergency Committee, a young man of imagina-
tion and energy, is putting new life into that body Joseph
Brainin and Kenneth Leslie have resigned from the Executive
Council of the Committee for a Jewish Army This in protest
against that recent irresponsible advertisement on the Roumanian
"bargain sale" of Jews The new book that Franz Werfel is
writing will deal with life in Poland after the Nazi invasion .
Sholem Asch's triology, "The Three Cities," has just been pub-
lished in a single volume ... If you have no copy of this Asch
masterpiece, now's your chance to get one But hurry, as the
edition is limited to 25,000 copies When Emanuel List, the
Metropolitan Opera Company's famous basso, was in his early
teens and confronted with the need of earning his living, he be-
came a tailorand even registered an original design for a wo-
man's riding habbit with the Vienna Tailors' Guild.
WEEKLY GIGGLE .
Have you heard that one about the native Nazi-lover in one
of the occupied countries? This gent has been collaborating with
the conquerors ever since Hitler's legions marched in, and natur-
ally had a special detail of storm troopers guarding him from the
wrath of his countrymen But one day he rushed into the Nazi
Gauleiter's office with an urgent request for an additional body-
guard The Gauletier was puzzled "Nobody's harmed a hair
on your head so far," he said, "so it would seem that the protec-
tion you already have should be quite sufficient Still, if you
think you're in danger. I'll be glad to assign another detail to
you, for you've been very valuable to us But I think you
should tell me against whom in particular you believe you need
this additional protection" "Against whom?" echoed the
Nazi's minion "Why. against myself It's getting so that
I hate myself like poison."
Baron de Rothschild:
"My dear Baron de Rothschild:
You will recall that last week
you were good enough to send
me the text of a statement which
you had prepared for publica-
tion regarding the general posi-
tion of the Jewish community
in North Africa and, more par-
ticularly, the abrogation of the
Cremieux decree of 1870 in re-
lation to the speech made by
General Giraud on March 14.
"I felt so strongly that your
statement gave a completely er-
roneous picture of the position
of Jews in North Africa and of
General Giraud's measures in
their behalf that I immediately
telegraphed a summary of it to
our representatives there. The
the civil registry records. By
ordering the reinstatement of all
public officials, agents and em-
ployes excluded because they
were Jews, General Giraud ef-
faced an odious past. The order
that property sequestered under
provisional administration would
be restored to the Jews and that
the sales of real property and
other assets would be null and
void was given with the same
objective. Consequently, Baron
de Rothschild's affirmation that
the decisions of General Giraud
are obscure and insufficient are
untrue.
"2. French citizenship is re-
tained by Jews born in France or
descendants of parents born in
France. Baron de Rothschild's
London (WNS) Special Nazi
gestapo squads conducted house-
to-house searches for Jews in
Berlin this week as part of the
campaign to make the Nazi cap-
ital "judenrein" by the end of
the month, according to reports
received here. The few remain-
Jews were rounded up and sent
to depot centers for deportation
to Eastern Europe.
Meanwhile, word was received
that Dr. Leo Baeck, 70-year-old
chief rabbi of Germany, has been
imprisoned in the fortress town
of Terezin in Czechoslovakia. Dr.
Baeck, president of the Reichs-
vereinigung, the central Jewish
organization in Germany, was
deported early this month to-
gether with several thousand
other Jews.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN, Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D
Rabbi EmeritUH
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan: "The Eloquence of Sil-
ence." Sisterhood and reception
will follow with Mrs. Maxwell
Hyman as hostess.
Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services.
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 8. W. Third St.. Miami
SIMON APRIL, Rabbi
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.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st St., Miami Beach
8. M. MACHTEI. Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Three Great Leaders."
Cantor Julius Rosenstein, con-
gregational singing. Hostesses,
social period: Sisterhood.
Saturday, 9:45 a. m. service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "A Strange
firc" ,
Adult classes: Advanced Jewish
Law, Sunday, 11 a. m.: Rabbi S.
M. Machtei: "Mystic Passover
Symbolism."
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
690 S. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
LEWIS GREEN. Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky conducting in dual capaci-
ties as rabbi and cantor, Friday
evening and Saturday morning,
sermonizing: "The Portion of the
Wick." Shalosh S'oodoss, 5:45
P'Adult classes: Daily Mishnais,
6-7 p. m.. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
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ABRAHAM D. WOLF, Cantor
Friday, 8 p. m., Rabbi Harry B.
Kellman, Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, Vineland, N. J. Cantor
Abraham D. Wolf and the Center
choir will conduct the musical
selections.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Kellman: "The Greatest
Human Gift." Oneg Shabot, 6
p. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
635 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos: Saturday
8:30 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan,
preaching.
Daily service morning and eve-
ning. _____
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Wash. Ave. and 3rd St.. Miami Beach
MOSES MKSCIIKIJIFK, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Mescheloff: "What Are
Sins." 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.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
139 N. W. Third Ave Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
LOUIS HAY.MAN. Cantor
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Concluding
service, "The End is Near,"
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Cantor Louis Hayman, Beth
David boys' and girls' choir in-
cluding Sidney Dickson. Estclle
Greenberg, Freddie Heineman.
Doreen and Leonard Kaler. Mar-
vin Mack. Harvey Relman, Char-
lene Rossin and Jerry Schulman.
Harry Markowitz will officially
close the services. Reception fol-
lowing with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mandel as hosts in honor of their
daughter, Shirley's, birthday.
Saturday. 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Max Shapiro, preaching.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
6:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
OBITUARIES
Jack Danziger and Samuel
Berman were interred at Wood-
lawn cemetery this week. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Congrega-
tion Beth Jacob officiated.
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The events are held at the
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Beach, and refreshments are
served through the courtesy of
the host. A uniform is the only
requisite for admission.
RED CROSS SOLICITOR
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Rudy C. Adler, active in the
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Washington Avenue from Lincoln
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a 100 per cent response.
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Virtually all types of meat ex-
cept poultry and game, many
types of cheeses, as well as but-
ter, shortening, canned fish, fats
and edible oils are now rationed.
No one can buy the specified
foods on and after March 29
without using the red stamps in
War Ration Book Two.
Most housewives have learned
to shop with point stamps as a
result of actual experience with
blue stamps gained since the first
of March. Although little con-
fusion is expected during the
first week of buying with red
stamps, it is important that
everyone understand the prin-
cipal instructions to be followed
in their use. The difference be-
tween shopping for canned and
processed foods with blue stamps
and shopping for meat, butter
and other newly-rationed items
with red stamps are few, but they
are susceptible to confusion un-
less clearly and accurately under-
stood.
Foods Now Rationed
1. All kinds of meat except
poultry and game whether fresh,
frozen, smoked in cans or in
glass. This, of course, includes
beef, veal, lamb and variety
meat; such as tongues, brains,
hearts, etc., all types of sausage,
beef extracts and other meat
products and concentrates.
2. All kinds of canned fish
and fish products. (Fresh, frozen,
smoked, etc., fish, or fish prod-
ucts not in hermeticajly sealed
containers are not rationed).
3. All kinds of fats and oils
including butter, shortening,
"ooking and salad oils. (Salad
dressing, mayonnaise and pure
olive oil are not rationed).
4. The most important natural
and processed cheeses and most
of their derivatives, but not the
cottage type and cream cheeses
The rationed cheeses include
many kinds of dehydrated, clug.
grated and smoked cheeses of the
hard varieties.
General Rationing Regulations
As in the case of blue stamps
which are used for purchasing
any kind of canned or processed
fruits or vegetables, the red
stamps can be used to buy any
of the newly-rationed foods. In
other words, the points are inter-
changeable for meat, butter, fats,
etcc. If the housewife wishes,
she may spend all of her red
points for meat, or she may di-
vide up her point spending in
any manner to fit the eating
habits of her family.
The new program does not in-
volve any declaration by the con-
sumers of the amount of the ra-
tioned food on hand, and since
War Ration Book Two. which
contains several pages of n <1
stamps is already issued, there
will be no registration.
Red Stamps Valid First Week
Unlike the system provided for
the blue stamps, a different set
of red stamps will become valid
each week, starting with the "A"
stamp for the week beginning
Monday. March 29. The follow-
ing week, starting April 4. "B"
stamps will be good; the week
of April 11, the "C" stamps will
be valid, and so on. Each suc-
ceeding week during April a new
set of red stamps may be used.
However, it is important to re-
member that the value of each
set of stamps cqntinues right
through to the end of the month.
In other words, the "A" stamps
may be carried over for use even
after the first weekand the
same holds true for the "B." "C"
and "D" stamps which likewise
are good from the day they be-
come valid until the end of April,
when the "A," "B," "C" and "D"
stamps will expire and only the
"E" stamps are good. The expi-
ration date of the "E" stamps
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Point Value of Red Stamps
1 The red stamps are printed
in the same point denomination
as the blue stamps. There are
rows of 8, 5, 2 and 1-point red
stamps in each War Ration Book
Two.
2 For purchase of meat, but-
ter and the other newly-rationed
commodities, each individual, re-
gardless of age or dietary habits,
is allowed the same number of
points. During the first ration
period beginning March 29. the
allowance in red stamps is set
at 16 points per week for each
person.
3. For the convenience of
shoppers, the dealer is allowed
to make change in red stamps
if the customer does not have
the exact amount of stamps
which the point value calls for.
But only 1-point stamps may be
used for this purpose, and, of
course, these must be valid at
the time of purchase.
4. A list of the approximately
150 items showing the official
point values, both in pounds and
in ounces for each rationed food,
will be posted in every store. In
this connection it is well to point
out that if the fraction on a
single sale is less than half a
point the customer gets the bene-
fit, if over a half one point must
be lost.
RADIO HOUR
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the radio Jewish hour over
WIOD this Sunday morning from
9:15 to 9:45. He will discuss the
subject, "Action, Not Pity."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1943
LODGE INITIATES
RECORD CLASS AT
TEMPLE ISRAEL
With an impressive ritual cere-
mony, after which was heard an
inspiring address by Dr. Abram
L. Sachar, national director of
Hillel Foundations, the 100th an-
niversary class was initiated Sun-
day night, March 28, at Temple
Israel in the presence of approxi-
mately 750. The special member-
ship drive, commemorating the
100th anniversary of the found-
ing of B'nai B'rith. brought into
the lodge a record class. The
drive, under the chairmanship of
Harold Turk and E. Albert Pal-
lot, started with a goal of 100
new members, but went over the
top with 170. The new class
was secured by:
R. R. Adler
Louis Helm an
Nat Roth
S. B. Miller
Louis Gordon
Paul Sobel
Harold Turk
Nat Blumberg
David Blank
Milton Friedman
Ernest Sussman
The following each
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average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Re-
liability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for furth-
er information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any
of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be
placed at your disposal. Aslc for B. R. Walzer.
DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL
m.ii Reopened Hie Office* at
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two members: Aaron Edelman,
Joseph Socolof, Isaac Levin, Mau-
rice Cromer, Dr Kurt Wellisch,
Morris J. Gernstein, Samuel
Weiss and Gus Trau. One mem-
ber each were secured by Wil-
liam Friedman. Isidore Goldstein,
E. Albert Pallot, Max Silver.
Fred Shochet. David Brown. Mor-
ris Kronberg, Isidore Cohen. Leo
Aekerman, Walter C Kovner,
Leo Eisenstein, Henry Bulbin
Sol S. Goldstrom. Harry- I
Magid, George J. Bertman, Al-
bert A. Green, I. Rosengarten
Edward Friedman. Stanley C.
Myers. S. A. Newman. Ben Ciller
Alex S. Cohen. Leo A. Chaikin.
Samuel Getzug and Harold M
Bhcher.
FAREWELL RECEPTION HELD
HONORING JOHN C. TEMPLE
A testimonal and farewell re-
ception honoring John C. Tem-
ple, financial secretary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congress
tion, was tendered to him by
the organization last Sunday
night. Sam Kaplan was chair
man of the evening and the mam
speakers, noting the appreciation
of Mr. Temple's efforts and ac
complements for the synagogue
included George Chertkof, Max
Ritas and Rabbi Joseph E
Rackoysky. He was presented
a testimonial scroll enumerating
his activities In addition he was
complimented with a presenta-
tion by the synagogue of a me-
morial window and name plate
on the memorial plaque dedicated
to the memory of his father
Kabbi Templehof. Refreshments
were served by the sisterhood.
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will present his seventh annual
concert Sunday evening, April 4,
p. m. at the Beth Jacob Con-
dition. Having built an envi-
able reputation for himself as an
.artist as cantor of the Beth Jacob
| Congregation. Washington Ave-
rU( and Third Street, Miami |
Bi ach, and as a concert per-
former, he will feature the eve-
ning with the rendition of a group
ot selections in his beautiful
tenor voice A group of selected
artist.-, will also participate
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RABBI TO SPEAK THURSDAY
NIGHT AT LOCAL Y. M. H. A.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
loader of Both David Congrega-
tion, will speak next Thursday
evening at the Y. M. H. A.. He
is the last speaker (if the organi-
zations Institute On Judaism
The public is welcomed to hear
the address titled, "The Modern
Jewish Problem."
SHIPS TO BRING JEWS FROM
NAZ I- OCCUPIED COUNTRIES
Geneva (WNS) Demanding ac-
tion by the United Nations to aid
the hundreds of thousands of
homeless refugees, the "Basler
Nachnchten" warned this week
th'" the Allies work out
'' permanent solution of the refu-
ge problem aftei the war. anti-
will s| : countries
h"''"' '. f:i'......acial prejudice.
,. '' a \ newspaper declared
that the United States and ol
ns .should extend ti-
"" Cla tana to neutral
">unlr" such as Switzerland
mat are now harboring laree
numbers of refuge d should
furnish guarantees that the r.
Uled in a pen i
home at the end ol hostili-
"Even though Amen, ,
not want to accept all the home- '
" .. paper
he
ously prepared to be financially
generous in helping to carry the
fmancisl burden This attitude
might help countries such as
Switzerland that have not the
means of securing an exit for
refugees, but it should be added
that the question is not merely
(jnsncial one, but rather a
Pfoblem of food. This could be
a eyiated by additional permits
allowing Switzerland to increase
its imports.
Emphasizing that "a long-term
solution of the refugee problem
should also be discussed." the
editorial added: it there is a
return to the ore-war 'laissei
faire attitude there
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE
FOR
MANY JEWS ARE LOCKED1
IN CARS WITHOUT FOOD
OF APPLICATION
TAX DEED
File 36040
Nolle* is hereby given ihAt v Iati-
'.
\ "r1",1."l-v"' Tm Certificate num.
bered 17026, dated the 6th da* ..r
,' i' 1638, has riled said Cei
n my office, and has made
cation for tas deed to Issue there-
on m accordance with law Bald Cor
' braces the following de
i ;;!< ',. Si!,iftt,.,t ,,, rjade w,i'1' shipped to Nazi-controlled
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'; pool i fa*. iM7hV .-.,; ,!r Eye-witness reports received
u tountj *t Dad* state oi here said that the 2,500 deported
Th asaasamenl cf k3 property Sj? ?er? 'S^f1 '" r;iltl'' Cars
dor th* Certificate Issued was In W _OUt f.'.'"5! ''"' "" slx-dav
Geneva (WNS)With the de-
portation this week of 2,500 for-
eign Jews to Nazi-occupied Po-
land from a concentration camp
near Lourdes. Prance has re-
sumed its anti-Jewish drive
which reached its peak last Fall
when an estimated 40.000 Jews
1 '1 ';rkm'- Unknown Unless >aid
' >' hal b< r*d( ami d accord-
Li" ifA*? ^^ wm >""' thereon
u" ,;"" llth da* of April a I i 1943
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that Swedish vessels which now in the Lu^^ Z 7nl^"'
carry shipments of food and scarcely to!? U Th^W^
cloth.ngjo the starving popuia- would Vvery desffibfe'^
powers represented at the forth-
coming Anglo-American confer-
ence on refugee gave to the coun-
tries that have sheltered a large
number of refugees not only fi-
nancial support, but also a "defi-
nite guarantee that the refugees
would be taken from them as soon
as possible.
notice
FOR
tion of Greece be used to evacu-
ate Jews from Nazi-occupied
countries was made here this
week by the influential news-
paper Svenska Morgenbladet.
At the present time, it was re-
ported, a fleet of seven Swedish
ships pick up food for Greece
in Canadian ports and then re-
turn empty. The newspaper ar-
gued that these "mercy" vessels
could be used to save Jews in the
Balkans.
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i l!"!ikh^lm trolled Bulgaria has agreed to
deport 40.000 Jews to Germany
to work on slave labor projects
it was reported here this week!
The first group of 10,000 Jews
a|ready reached Germany
taki assigned to various
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journey. Police round-ups of th
non-Fn nch Jews were said to
be continuing on an intensified
scale.
Meanwhile, the Berlin radio
broadcast a Bucharest dispatch
that all Jews in Rumania between
the ages of 18 and 50 had been
ordered to register for compul-
sory labor. It was indicated that
the Jews would be forced to work
I on the construction of military
works.
Jewish peopleTnearer to
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The Jewish people are nearer
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. they have been for the past 2.000
years. Sir Norman Angell. Nobe
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Jewlsti fhrldttain
PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
greater mmmi niuiw nno nnuv commiUEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
^ n
SERVICE
PAMDE!
A e O M M UN ITT PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record [of JUI the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. Chairman
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chi.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronstoa
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koran
Harry Markowit.
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallaeh
Carl Weinkle
ABOUT OUR BOYS
CADET ROY ALEXANDER
SPEIER. former Miami Edison
.ithlctc, has entered the Nashville
Army Air Center for classifica-
tion. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Speier, 542 N. W.
.)4th Street.
LOUIS SCHWARZKOPF, resi-
dent of Miami Beach, has been
commissioned a second lieutenant
in the army following officer
training in field artillery at Fort
Sill, Okla.
GERSON BLATT. who gradu-
ated from the University of Flor-
ida law school last June, has
qualified as a pilot in the army
air forces and has been sent to
Nashville, Tenn. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Blatt. 3425
From Avenue, Coconut Grove.
EDWIN GREENBLATT, Miami
Beach, is attending the United
States Merchant Marine base
school for cadets at Pass Chris-
tian, Miss. A graduate of Miami
Senior High School, he is the son
of Mrs. Ida Greenblatt. 1437
M( ridian Avenue, Miami Beach.
PVT. RALPH GROSSMAN, son
of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grossman,
Miami Beach, has been assigned
to a squadron in the army air
forces communications section at
Fort Devens. Mass., where he
has just qualified as marksman.
After basic training at Kossler
Field, Miss., he wassent to radio
operators' and mechanics' school
at Chicago, from which he gradu-
ated with an average of 94.
FORWARD MARCH1
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:
Falk, Dr. Jacx J.
Farrell, Maury J.
Feder, William.
Felman, Max.
Feinberg, Dr. Herbert.
Feinberg, Herbert.
Feldman, Herman.
Feldman, Phillip A.
Feldman, William.
Feller, Milton.
Fenster, Moe.
Fink, Isidor I. ,
Fishbein, I. L.
Fisher, Leonard M.
Fisher, Maurice.
Fishman, Henry M.
Fleeman, David.
Fleeman, Jerome.
Fleischer. Joseph.
Fleischman, Joseph E.
Fox. Al.
Franklin, Sid.
Freeman, Julius L.
Freeman, Sidney T.
Freedman, Bernie.
Friedlander, Bertram.
Friedman, Albert M.
Friedman, Cornelius.
Friedman, Edmund.
Friedman, Harold.
Friedman, Harry.
Friedman, Julian L.
Friedman, Louis B.
Friedman, Sol.
Frishman. Leonard.
Furman, Morris.
Franklin. Miss Jean.
Feiner. Miss Dorothy E.
Franklin. Miss Jean.
Frank, Bernard.
Frankel, Samuel Benjamin.
IMPORTANT1
The War Records Committee
reports that it now has approxi-
mately 850 names of men and
women in the armed service from
the Greater Miami area. It is
of the utmost importance that the
parents, relatives or friends of
all servicemen fill out the com-
plete form found on this page.
Names itself does not give us a
record which we are endeavoring
to secure for the Jewish Welfare
Board's national campaign. The
committee will appreciate your
co-operation, and now!
Greater Miami is proud of its
record. Let's make it complete!
Don't take for granted that we
have a record of members of your
family in the service. Make cer-
tain. Mail the coupon.
Service Men Bits
JOHN C. TEMPLE, an officer
and active in Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, left Mon-
day for Camp Blanding as a mem-
ber of the Volunteer Officers
Corps.
BURNETT ROTH, the guest of
honor at a dinner party Sunday
grior to leaving, is also in Camp
landing with the V. O. C.
PVT. MARTIN I. GOLDSTEIN
RETURNS FROM ALASKA
The war is teaching Miamians
the ones who have never seen
snow something they didn't
know before. They can take the
cold, as well as the heat, and
thrive on it!
That is the report of Pfc. Martin
J. Goldstein, 1700 S. W. 14th Ter-
race, who just has returned from
a year's stay in the frozen North.
He has been in Alaska helping
the army build bridges and roads.
Now he is on leave, telling his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Goldstein, about his headquarters,
miles from civilization.
A brother, Pfc. Aaron Gold-
stein, came home from Green-
ville Army Flying School, Miss.,
to see what a year in a climate
where the mercury sank to 60 be-
low did to a Southerner.
Joseph C. Grew, United States
ambassador to Tokyo until the
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor,
and Prof. Albert Einstein will
participate in a nation-wide
broadcast on April 11 at 1:30
;> in. (E. W. T.) under the au-
spices of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for Refugees, Overseas and
Palestine. The broadcast will
be entitled "On the Road to
Liberation."
Men over the draft age. handi-
capped persons, married women,
retired workers, and all other
persons who can learn to do war
work are urged to contact their
nearest U. S. Employment Serv-
ice for information as to the near-
est training center. Training is
given without charge and there
is no time for delay. Go at once!
Please fill out the coupon be-
low concerning any information
about your boy in the service.
Name__________
Address (Home)
Date of Birth__
Date of Enlistment
Name of Nearest Relative
Address_____.....___________
Branch ef Service-------------
Service Address--------,--------
TeL Ne.________________
Relationship.
Rank
Outfit
Promotion., honors, awards, act. of heroism, c*.ulty or other
vent, or service.:.,-------------------------------------
SGT. GUY GOLDSMITH is in
Miami spending his furlough
with relatives and friends.
BERNARD GREENSTEIN is
here visiting his wife and friends
from Fort Benning, Ga.
OSCAR RAPPAPORT. former
student of the University of Flor-
ida, left Monday for Camp Bland-
ing where he will receive his basic
training. He is the son of Max
Rappaport of this city and was
a member of the reserves.
SGT. CAL PONT will arrive
Sunday to spend a furlough with
his mother and family at their
home at 2611 S. W. Fifth Avenue.
He is stationed at Fort Benning,
Ga.
HERBERT COHEN, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Cohen. 1846 S. W.
14th Terrace, Wednesday re-
ceived his commission as a sec-
ond lieutenant. He graduated
from the administration school at
Fargo, N. D. Herbie was chief
councilor at the "Y" home camp
and was a member of the dia-
mond ball team and active in
dramatics.
The U. S. Levy, one of the first
two destroyer escort vessels to be
launched in the Third Naval
District, was launched this week
at the Federal Shipbuilding Com-
pany's yard in Port Newark. N.
J. Named after Commodore
Uriah P. Levy, Jewish naval
hero in the War of 1812, the ves-
sel was sponsored by Mrs. Charles
Mayhoff of New York City, a
niece of the commodore.
The family heard stories about
life in this hideout from civiliza-
tion, where a hot meal turned to
ice while being taken from the
mess hall to hut, where a sleep-
ing bag is man's best friend.
But between the sleeping bags
at night and the portable huts,
warmed by big wood fires, the
fellows managed to keep com-
fortable.
But Pfc. Goldstein is back
home, and his parents saw noth-
ing to complain about. He has
gained 25 pounds and did not
have a cold in Alaska!
The food was fine in Alaska,
he said, after those first few
months before communications
were established. Then they
lived on canned rations.
"The fellows didn't like the
canned hash at first, but they got
used to it," he said. "After sup-
plies started coming in. we had
the best of everything."
This is the first time the
brothers have been home together
in 19 months. Martin was in
business before entering the
service, and Aaron was an air-
plane engine mechanic.
Don't tell him about other
service boy on the block who
have been promoted faster than
he.
fEWISH SERVICE MEN
IN WORLD WAR 2
The part that Jewish
service men are playing in
the Armed Forces has found
expression in numerous edi-
torials and syndicated col-
umns and in statements by
public officials. It is your
patriotic duty to give in-
formation to this "Service
Parade" any interesting in-
formation about your boy
who is now in the Armed
Service. Send us his let-
ters, photos and his com-
ments. And remember we
want the Service Record
blank filled in. Do it nowl
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
Homeward bound after a
bombing mission over Nazi
strongholds on the Tunisian front
came the American bomber.
"Snow White." She was a trim
green picture in the sky, un-
scarred after 13 missions over
enemy territory. Her pilot, Lt.
David Sacknoff. intended to
bring her back to her base as
neat as ever.
Suddenly enemy anti-aircraft
fire enveloped Snow White. A
group of Messerschmitt 109's
swarmed in to attack. For 20
minutes her two gunners carried
on a running fight with the Mes-
serschmitts.
Bullets shattered the glass
over one gunner's upper turret,
but he stuck to his post. The
other gunner was saved by Snow
White's armor plating when can-
non shell pierced the fuselage
and exploded against the bulk-
head. The bombardier was cov-
ering out of his compartment but,
with one good leg, he maneuvered
himself back into position for
the bombing run, and released
his deadly cargo.
Enemy fire riddled Snow
White's left wing and shot its
spar in two. Armor-piercing bul-
lets kept striking both pro-
pellers.
Hours later, when Lieutenant
Sacknoff brought the battered
; Snow White back to her base,
I repair crewmen counted over
500 holes in her. Although rub-
ber protection had kept the in-
board tank leakproof. 46 machine
gun holes were found in it. The
left engine nacelle was shot up.
The breather pipe was cut in
two. Several cables were se-
vered. The right wing looked
like a coffee strainer. Two can-
non shells had smashed through
the right wing tip.
But Snow White will fly
again.
Dave Sacknoff is a Portland,
Me., boy. who used to be a fre-
quent visitor at the Portland
Jewish Community Center, a
Jewish Welfare Board affiliate.
His mother is a member of that
center's board of directors, and
his brother-in-law formerly edited
the center bulletin. Dave not
his wings at Turner Field. Ga.,
and was on duty for a while at
Columbia Air Base. South Caro-
lina, before he was sent to North
Africa.
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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."
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Miami Miami Baaa*
Cowen's Shoe Stores
It* Ftaotor St. WM Llnaota B*.
Cromer Wholesale
18 N. E. Third 8t.
Green Bros.
H N. E. 24th at.
Hub Dry Goods
120 N. E. Miami Ava.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne--Uniforms
114 N. E. aaoond Ava.
Markowitz & Resnick
1216 N. E. Second Ava.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
24.1 N. W. 32nd Ava.
Miami Rug Co.
100 8. Miami Ava.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
idnay H. Palmar, Raaldant Owir
Richter's Jewelry Co., Inc.
160 E. Flaglar St.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth at.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
146 N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
140 N. B. 10th 8t.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
76 a. e. Ftoat at.


PAGE EIGHT
-Jeistrkrk#*n
FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1943
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Br HARRY SCHWARTZ
Recitals at "Y" Huge Success
The first dance and dramatics
recital of the various chil Iren's
classes at the "Y" took place
Sunday afternoon before a very
large and enthusiastic audience.
The recital op*.-: ed by the dra-
matics group with a pn
of a sketch entitled "The Fa-
The drai iti -"-' up, under thi
direction I Miss Dorothy I.
man, had been rel ng this
play and their renditii n of
skit was verj I -.' follow-
ing y iui .- ladies I --
Marilyn G- 1 I Ruth I
Betty Brown, D linger
S3 lelle N Ma
Ruth E' res Tayl r
- nj 1 K ei
In the dance recital
Blanch Mi ; rs lire : r
wing parti
H m ;-.;. E 1 Kan
Acken in Linda .-'.
Little W : n Sh Z
Marj..". "."
Sugarman Ch u*l n
Lila Pear an M rr. I- ji
Farrr.erette El] n K or Linda ,, ,. ,,
Gale -. itermai nd -' The public is cordially
Zella Silberst in M ul iry Tap "'-' :
Dance Performs For Federation
a'~~ -'--- .-...-. Last Monday evei a group
Council Gives Musical Comedy from the V M H. A sojo 1
Bef re that fi 1 to 1 Israel for the 1 ...
Y auditorium pacitj *-ith I 11 rs of
rowds stai itside : I mittee of the Fed-
.: ft m the Boy
th< ir first Scout rnposed of Jeromi Rau-
t the V lastS Jack D id Eddie Mil-
the foi fa ....... ... r javi a demon tration of
entitled Fui .:.:..r. Tr...- iph n signaling Jerome
play could d justic. n Bi V. ,t does one expect to hear1 out the country. Dr. Sachar's con-
UiSTfe^K^iTJM" from a speaker who has travelled tact with the youth of the na-
dar. e routine medj ;. .. .) :.; I... .'..-
Lt Th mat Ri kn in Jr.. U S N. is shown fastening a pin on Edith Shier signifying service as
mber : the corps of girls assisting in the entertainment program to the servicemen sponsored
by the Miami Service League. The young ladies also received identification cards which give
then entry I U. S. O Centers throughout the state. Those pictured are: Back row from left,
mai .' Gi man. Ruth Steinberg. Ruth Rosenthal. Front row. Flo
Shirley Rothchild, Mildred Berkowitz. Evelyn Rosenthal.
U to assist the Federation in it- Red Cl fir t aid at the
drive lor funds. Durii
"Y.' portant duties to come from the
1 hail
for the I erat
Y w Tr, d,.,,, n__l. o completed th' ir dramatn-s course,
Y. W To Present Book Rev.ew ng^t l:,( ,.,in.,s Wl|| ,. ,,,
: night at 8:15 now e> r> Tuesday afternoon at
-: H A. will pre- 4:15 o'clock at the Y. M. II. A
' first n gular meeting is
for Tu( lay afternoon,
a April 6. All members
best quested to attend
Ahmy Girls To Meet I Sunday to ;i capacity auti:>
Now that the Ahmy Girls have hanging_on to every wi rd he ut-
are n
for SAFETY...
and Liberal Returns
Place Your Funds
In
IIAIIE FEUEIAL
9 MIAMI
A SAVINGS ntSTTTUTlOIf
Which ha* oarer paid Itu
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41 HOITHEAST FIBST AVENUE
Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here
The occasion was the mi-
1 of 163 members into SI 0
lem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai B'rith,
as one of the greal events in
celebrating the 100th anniver-
sary y, ar of B'nai B'rith. And
the event was all the greater for
the presence of Dr. Sachar, who.
e: v appearance ndi
1 it more and more to I
"II munity by the clarity ol
n, the lucidity of hi |
tation, the manner of hi
of the grave pn bit nd t
age of hope for tl
which he lea-.
It would be futil.
of it. to att mpt t
down in the lin l
lotted to us. a di|
for to et
would ne 1
text. Dr. Sa har and
his calibre ai
ideas thi ...
for a recM
ter may be obtai
sources
property
As national dire* toi
BVitl II
the 80-odd Hillel Foundations
Will rapidly expand to over 200
campuses.
Prior tr> embarking upon the
main portion or I Dr.
Sachar pointed th of
the people, a evi I I y the
initiati that
deal with pn jture
problems, ur. -.ra-
vails engendi war.
Thi
futui .
Buy a Boru*; Zi-
Whi
the pi

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Prcsee 0w-
di nmn ma?gcus
-.-..i.'j!i ta*
UMOTAL OF HIS OFTICI
bo
'-1 '. '...-. v-: a Rotd
> --- c h ~.i &uiU 3M
MIAMI BEACH
tm \r. Practice of
Oer^traJ Dentistry
bonds during the month of Asm
with which to purchase a bornlLr
$300,000. w
Everyone is buying war bonds
Is everyone buying enough war
bonds? For the safety of our
country there is no point of sauj.
ration in the purchase of bonds!
The war is a bottomless pit mto
which must be poured the wealth
of our nation without stint__and
without war bonds we would be
without the sinews of war
Tanks are destroyed, ships are
sunk, bombers do not return
Material of war must be replaced
And in this country it is replaced
1 through the investment in war
bonds. We invest, receive a re-
turn for the investment and the
money is presently used for the
purchase of war material. That
is the way a free people operate
And the free peoDle are invest-
ing in the United States of
, America, in the forces of free-
!dom of liberty-loving people
I everywhere. Not giving, but m-
l vesting. Our government does
I not confiscate does not demand
j but pleads with its citizens to in-
vest
But every thinking person
should know that it is not only
essential to make regular pur-
chases fif war bonds, but abso-
lutely vital. And in the present
campaign to sell enough bonds
to purchase a bomber, we are
all given an opportunity to unite
our purchases for that specific
purpose. Make an extra effort to
double your April war bond
quota.
Sholem Lodge has received au-
thorization to conduct this cam-
paign, and has been given the
powers of an issuing agency for
war bonds. Call the B'nai B'rith
office. 3-6391, place your order
for war bonds, and join in the
privilege of naming the bomber.'
Invest in America!
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
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