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The Jewish Floridian ( April 16, 1943 )

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;3EJF %  XlflEEBI MJf m %  "" % %  mimirni %  limilll Illl n lllllllniilllfllfliilltHllllllllllllIII, JIHIIIII fJems/i flcricf/an /# VOLUME 16—No. 16 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1943 PRICE 10 CENT STARTED MONDAY 3EEDS 1] BILLION The second War Loan 'Cam| paign was launched last Monday with the government Betting a quota of $13,000,000,000 in government bonds, in which Americans throughout the country will invest their earnings. National leaders of the drive realize the enormity of the task hut expressed confidence that district quotas throughout the various areas throughout the country will be over-subscribed. With the slogan, "They give their lives—you lend your money," 1 K-.il committees here as well as elsewhere are putting forth every effort to insure the success of' the undertaking so vital to the government and American people. Tin' Loan must be raised in order to insure adequate financing in the pnscnt struggle which necessitates unestimable equipment and materials. Sholem Lodge, B*nai B'rith. under the chairmanship of Louis Heiman, president of the organization, has undertaken the minimum sale of $300,000 in a "Buy a Bomb) r" drive to assist Greater Miami in reaching its quota of $7,000,000. Latest reports from : the IVnai B'rith office, 650 Sey. hold building, headquarters for the drive, show the figures exceeding $150,000. Local organizations are asked to cooperate with B'nai B'rith in this undertaking which at the same time helping the National War I.nan Drive will privilege Sholem Lodge to name a bomber. Series K, F and G are available through the B'nai B'rith office. LOCAL TALMUD tORAH TO HAVE FREE TUITION Directors of Congregation Schaarei Zedek this week anflounced a change of policy for l Talmud Torah and instituted a free tuition program. Prior to the announcement, plans were arranged where adequate financing was secured to enable 1 'tip congregation to issue an in-1 nation to all residents of the southwest section to place their: children in the Talmud Torah 1 without charge. Housed at 1545 S. W. Third, Street, the religious school is accepting registration week days,' 330 to 6 p. m. In making the announcement in the change of Policy, the officers of the synagogue stressed their desire to acIcommodate residents of the 1 southwest section regardless of Imembership in the congregation.! REGISTRATION BOOKS Miami city registration books I "fe open at 8:30 a. m. in the city lark's office on the third floor of the courthouse, after being relumed from the 48 precinct poll| Wg places. .. Registrations will be taken unl" 1 5 p. m. and also from 7 p. m. 1 9n* 9 p m dail y through April |*u for the May primary. MiamiIdns registered for previous city r'W'tions, unless they have moved I'neir residence, need not reregister. Jewish Heroes Add Meaning to Passover PVT. HYMIE EPSTEIN Kill,, l l n Action "That Kid Was The Brit" LT. NOHMAN SECAL Light Bomber Navigator, Air Medal, 4 • 3 Oak Leaf Clusters and D. F. C (From painting by Jottph Msrf,l,,0 CPL. BARNEY ROSS I ought Japs, Fights Malaria Recommended jor O. SC. LT. MORRIS BERENSON Four Medal Man Bombed Europe, Sank 7 Ships *MMORTAL SERGEANT The bomber plunged downward through the driving storm, came within a few feet of the water and straightened out. Her tanks were almost empty. The wind was against it and the crew knew they were going to crash. A young sergeant crawled out of the bomb-bay and began to unhook the safety clasps on the life-rafts. The bomber plowed into a wave with a shattering impact. Somehow the stunned crew managed to get free and, finding the rafts already afloat, vlambered aboard— all except the young sergeant who had released them. He was Meyer Levin, America's greatest bombardier and the holder of three decorations for valor. As the plane broke up and sank, Sgt. Levin went with it, having trapped himself by working a moment too long ot*r those rafts which carried his fellow-crewmen to safety. SCT. THEODORE BIL Aerial Gunner Holds Five Akvrds LKN [BASSO IN CONCERT SERIES 1 Prank Edwinn, basso, will be 1 ', Mature soloist in the second. *' l '? concert series scheduled j r Sunday, April 21, under the I **>rship of the Y. M. H. A. concert will be held at the I auditorium. A. Jews celebrate Passover, Fealival of Freedom, for the second lime since this country entered the war, thousand* of American service men of Jewish faith carry the torch of freedom to the far-flung battlefronts of the globe. f SSTHHLTZ f ,he men r h *', rYin / in ••* ••• tradition, or their faith, have seen the naked face of the enemy and dealt it a smashing blow, winning a permanent place in the heart and history of America. Heroes we mourn are Sgt. Meyer Levin, bombardier who covered himself with glory while alive, and Private Hyman Epstein infantryman who put the lives of his comrade* in New Guinea above VTu *h fomnianding officer upon learning of hi. death, said of h m. "hat kid was the be.t—when they are handing honow around, give mine to Hymie Epstein." """ ,w !" Corp. Barney ROM, the boxing champ. Who became a rl,. n n :. Marine on Guadalcanal, fight, off malaria £.'^TunTl£2 Serving in the Highest Tradition of Their Fait.? LT. ROY BRICHT n'r*/*' mnd W "*W 1>. F. C. and Silver Star hospital. He has been recommended for the Distinguished Ser* ice C. gtetsj^srara & SH|n3fol tmm* 0- p,f„ f„ m ,, Hwfhtl Jtwl.k W.I,or, t##f,



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PAGE TWO ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES i BETH SHOLOM CENTER Last Sunday night Both Sholom Center observed its first anniversary. The occasion was also the scene of the installation of its officers and directors elected at a recent meeting. Marcus Berwin, secretary of the board of directors, was chairman of the evening and introduced the retiring president. AlTOiWER THEATRE W. ITH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:46 P. M. Fri and Matinee Only Sat, Apr. 16-17 "He's wanted by several women and the police" "AFTER MIDNIGHT WITH BOSTON BLACKIE" WITH CHESTER MORRIS GEORGE E. STONE 9 • e Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. and Mon.. Apr. 17-19 From Today's Headlines .. The Story of the Fighting Guerrillas! "CHETNIKS" WITH PHILLIP DORN ANNA STEN MARTIN KOSLECK VIRGINIA GILMORE JOHN SHEPHERD fred B. Rosenstein. who delivered a message. Mr. Rosenstein presented service certificates to a group of members for unselfish service to Beth Sholom Center, including Julius Rosenstein. Mrs. Edith Rose Machtei. Mrs. Sarah Schoenfeld, Mrs. Hannah Ellis. Mrs. Camille Baum. Mrs. Martha Slaff, Mrs. Kate Greenberg, Mrs. Rell G. Tobin. Mrs. Evelyn Kohn, Mrs. Mae Zinnamon and Mrs. Jennie Kamern. Harry Kohn, member of the board, presented a farewell gift to the retiring president in the name of the board of directors and the members. Rabbi S. M. Machtei was installing officer and delivered a charge to the incoming officers and administered the obligation to the following officers and directors: President, Abraham Frankel; first vice-president, George Cohen; second vice-president. Morris Perell: third vicepresident, Robert M. Nordin; recording secretary, Mrs. Samuel Paetro; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Camille Baum; financial secretary. Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon; treasurer. Abraham Zinnamon. Directors for a three-year term: I. C. Greenberg. Morris Friedberg. Charles S. Tobin. Mrs. C. S. Tobin, Marcus Berwin and Harry Kohn. Directors for a twoyear term: Sam Paetro. I. S. Perse. Samuel Robbins. Mrs. H. Kohn. Eugene J Weiss and Mrs. Hannah Ellis. Elected to serve one Near on the board were: Roland W. Granat. Mrs. Henrietta Berber. Max Rosenstein, Irving Rothman. Mrs. M. FnedUrg and Mrs. J. M Scheaffer. Mrs. Rell G. Tobin, president of the sisterhood, presented a check to the incoming president ;is the balance of the sisterhood's pledge to the center Marcus Berwin. in the name of the co-workers of board chairman Charles S. Tobin, and as a token of esteem f"i" his devotion and untiring efforts, presented to the president a large photograph of Mr. Tobin, to be hung in the board room of the center speaker this Saturday afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, at the Spinoza Forum, meeting on the lawn ot the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 11th Street, between Co Ins Avenue and Ocean Drive .Miami Beach. Mr. Baglcys topic Will be "The Joy of Physical Fitness. BETH DAVID tion of Women's Clubs' drive to raise money for their scholarsh o funds through affiliated dubs. The section voted as their part to give $50 to this scholarship fund. Samuel Rost. war bone FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1943 G. ZASLAWSKY WILL CALL MEETING FOR DISCUSSION Acting upon the objectives M forth in his "Open Letter to th* City of Miami," which was ma ,£ public on Sunday, March 28 Beth David Sisterhood, the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam Dickson. president of P. %  •• will serve as hostess to the students of the Sunday school at a children's Seder on Sunday morning at 10:30 Parents and friends are invited. nominating committee, under 1 hca dcd by Mrs. Benjamin Meyers announc proposed muniauditorium, Victory Hall K="'S *^S g KS NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN for the ensuing year: Honorary president. Mrs Isidore Cohen; president. Mrs. Monte Sclig; first vice-president, Mrs. Stanley Myers; second vicepresident, Mrs. Nat Williams; third vice-president. Mrs. Morris Alpert; recording secretary. Mrs. Herman Wepman; corresponding ristian Association, 40 N. E. Third Avenue Miami. Zepma Mrs. SPINOZA FORUM Arthur E Bagley, retired physical director, who for 10 years was on the radio over NBC six a week. Will be the ^'..' '•:-.-. At an interesting and wellattended meeting of the Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women, held Wednesday, April 7, many matters Of importance were presented and discussed. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers presided in the absence of Mrs. Monte Selig. president. Dr. D. H. Griffitts. head of the Dade County Health Department, gave an inspiring talk on the subject of "Health In Military Miami." outlining the hopes and aims of his department Mrs. Harry Barnhard. international relations chairman, presented a resolution which was adopted and sent to the President of the United States, urging him to use his influence to secure promptly the setting up of a Council of the United Nations. The body agreed to cooperate with the Dade County Federasecretary. Mrs. David Catsman; financial secretary, Mrs;. Samuel Driesen; treasurer. Mrs. Ada Joseph, and auditor, Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. Nominated for the board of directors for three years are Mrs. Jack Cohen. Mrs. Walter Bronston and Mrs. Elmer Scheuer; for two years. Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women maintain offices at 513 Congress building, where the work of the Service to Fop ign-Born program is carried on by a professional staff assisted by volunteers. The council is glad to be of assistance to all desiring help in filing naturalization papers. In keeping with council tradition, it was decided to donate S50 to be given to the Jewish Welfare Bureau for their Passover fund. Buy Stamps and Bonds. MAX'S DELICATESSEN 4 I 1131 W. Flagler Street TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line of MATZOHS. WINES and All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Place Your Order Early >;c £i,criy^ .^•';^C' m THE Cb A ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn iBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL CITATCI WMt Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? Mount Nebo is only 10 minute* from 7001 home by car. Easily accessible by bus to the cemetery In practically the same time. How Close to the Front Can Ton Get a Plot? Choice plots are available In Mount Nebo right in the extreme front of the grounds— not a half mile from the entrance. Does the Cemetery HOT* Walks? Or do people have to climb over graves to reach their plots? Every private plot In Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path. Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn S rinklert. You could make no Baas oice for your family. 1. Paraatual Car* Title leaurane* Lot. may ka eurahaaee •*i eanvanlant term* m it Wap Office 1014 Olympia Bide;. 3-6131 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU %  >*: Ifft^F B PASSOVER GREETINGS MAY THE SPIRIT OF THE HAGADDAH BE REALIZED LISTEN TO BURDINE'S RADIO PROGRAM SUNDAY OVER WFTL AT 9:45 A. M. URGING ALL PEOPLE TO GO TO CHURCH AND PRESENTING JOE MITCHELL CHAPPLE IN A FRIENDLY TALK ON "COURAGE" AS EXEMPLIFIED BY GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR ags>7 7w<: ^^^



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FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1943 SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS CEREMONIALS On Thursday morning of last week Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Presner at University Hospital. The circumcision of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siceel 2143 S. W Sixth Street, took place at Jackson Memorial Hospital Wednesday morning. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. BAR MITZVAHS n*uii:i +Jewish FhrMtan R£L W 4 ? th Strcet M ^mi Beach in the presence of the immediate families and close triends. Rabbi Simon April has returned j th f cl J y with his wife, son and daughter following a short trip to Pennsylvania. The family will make their home here where Kabbi April serves as spiritual Z d k Con B re 8 a tin Schaarei BIRTHS Pfc. and Mrs. Bernard Greenstein announce the birth of a I?"' Ba rr X David at st Francis Hospital Saturday. Mrs. GreenMilTer S thC f rmer Bernice The Bar Mitzvah of Meyer, K>n of Saul Sherman, will take place Saturday morning at Beth David Synagogue. A reception in honor of the confirmand will :ollow. Mr. and Mrs. H. Friedman announce the Bar Mitzvah of their sun, Billy, at services at Temple Israel Friday evening at 8:15. A r-.-ception will follow the services. 2761% a w rS ?u ar 2 ld Sie el ^761 S. W. Seventh Street, announce the birth of a son. Merrel Gerard, at Jackson Memorial Hospital April 16. PERSONALS WEDDINGS Lt. Sydney Shepard and Miss Edith Schachter were united in marriage by Rabbi S. M. Machtei last Sunday afternoon in a lawn ceremony at the home of the groom's uncle, Joshua S. Lipkin, Harry Markowitz is at home recuperating from a serious illness. •it -ir ir Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle are ; home after visiting their son in Carolina. ft ft ft Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have recently returned to the city from New York. ft ft tr I Mrs. Ida Cook Farber. chair.man of the Ladies' Auxiliary I National Hillel work of the B'nai B nth Supreme Council, is visit!jng in Miami Beach with her (husband to attend the graduaitionof her son from O. C S COMMITEE TO SERVE MEN IN UNIFORM NOT ON DUTY Activity of the local ArmyNavy Committee to serve the recreation needs of the men of our armed forces of this area in!" H M f0Ur acili e in Miami nuHin^ a m Beach Presented in outline, they are: to Bctl k Jacob Servicemen's CenroLin? U1Z ^ programs musicales, reading and writing rooms, and refreshments. Miami Beach Jewish CenterDances every Tuesday, refresh: Muuni Service League of Y. n. A.: Dances every Satur?o a n y, d r ances ShmentS Spedal Squad Ce M t la nn K B each Servicemen's i-entei. bingo, amateur niaht community sing, dance instructions, music appreciation, art ST' math instruction, quiz night, reading and writing, games Ping-pong, etc., refreshments at ail times. DR. JOSEPH WEIL MEETS COMMITTEE IN N. Y. Dr. Joseph Weil of Gainesville, dean of the school of engineering at the University of Florida, as a member of B'nai B'rith National War Service Committee A. ln L Ncw York on April 6th with other members to consider expansion of the national program. A. total of 267 recreational facilities at army camps, isolated military barracks and naval stations, air bases, coast guard oases and army hospitals in 29 states and the District of Columbia were furnished, decorated and equipped by B'nai B'rith 11 l.c K J y Car end,n S Ma rch 15 as part of its national war service program, it was announced recently by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith and chairman of its national war service committee, on the eve of the 1943 meeting of the comPAGS THREE PREPARE FOR PASSOVER Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, in a prePassover statement, asked residents to prepare for the Passover holidays in the real Passover spirit. He also stated the only product to which he was lending his supervision and Passover endorsement was Montora wine, bottled and distributed by Manhattan Distributors. Buy War Bonds ana Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. WHEN DEATH OCCURS PHONE 5-7777 RIVERSIDE THE FINEST IN FUNERAL SERVICE SCHAAREI ZEDEK IT IS WITH PLEASURE 1 EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES UIOUIIT Congregation Schaarei Zedek and auxiliary will sponsor a children g Seder at 3 p. m Sunday. Parents, members and visitors are welcome. WORKERS^ ALLIANCE The annual third Seder ob~ servance sponsored by the NaK 0 £ al „) V ? rkcrs Alliance will be held Wednesday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Under the chairmanship of David friedman. the program will present Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman as the main speaker. This will be the fourth observance sponsored by the local group, the entire receipts being forwarded to the Jewish National Fund. TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES CONGREGATION BETH JACOB m A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MARK H. RICHARDSON. Jr. A model Seder will be presented by the religious school of Beth Jacob Congregation Sunday morning. DAIRIES BRINGS YOU PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNKX Repn..ntcrtiT. MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST Dr Carl N. Herman will ad arcs* worshipers of Temple Is J*' ;,t f'assover services TuesFor or the benefit of our >any Jewish Friends. Southern Dairies will have Kosher Dairy Products Jor the week of Passover Give your order to your £ocer or to a Southern Dairies Milk Man. SOUTHERN DAIRIES WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 4188 Beth El Sisterhood held their regular semi-monthly meeting Tuesday with Mrs. Frank Barer as hostess. Temple Israel Sisterhood met at the hostess room of Florida Public Utilities. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of Temple Beth El will be in charge of special Passover services Tuesday and Wednesday. M. A. Dubbin left Friday morning for Hot Springs, Ark. He was met by his son, Sidney, at Little Rock, where they spent two days. Sidney returned to camp. At a meeting of Miami Beach Zionist District board of directors held this week complete plans were discussed for the Passover concert to be given by the organization Sunday evenin" April 24. The Miami Beach High School auditorium was made available for the affair and Leo Robinson heads the committee in charge. He announce:; an allstar, show presenting available talent in the entertainment field. Sam Kirschbaum, secretary, urges reservations for those desiring to attend. Tickets are available from members of the district. Keynote of the affair upon which the sponsors ask support is that the entire proceeds will be fiven to the Jcwi.sh National Fund for Palestine activity. IMLMJEH Fee Die lest In Dairy Products ALFA CRLAMERV WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM f•:iir-ti 70 Of *V fl M**t*ti ST! **' :i 3 2664 ONElAlDAY VITAMIN J=L TABLETS "T" HOnC of it I Your mln* imun d.,1, requirement of A and D Vitamin, or of B Complex Vitamiiu, in one plaaaant tablet. Krarmbrr the nan* ONE-A-DAT (brand) Vitamin Tablet*. SOUTHERN DAIRIES f5\ ~ -. .tarring Pslm Bsscfa County. *J*H ri _* ViiJ *A<. RsttoasUr rsmous Southern Dsirkw Pr %  %  HUy duct. ad IM Cratm. — MILK • AS NEAH TO YOU AS YOUR PHOME Milk and Dairy Products Kosher for Passover Under the Supervision and Hasgacha ol RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach Despite rigid war-time restrictions, manpower problems and inadequate supplies, we are pleased to again serve the Passover requirements of our Jewish patrons Phone S'5537 Now To Insure Your Requirements "


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PAGE FOUR +Jelsttk)Tklton FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1943 ** J ewist)IFIIoiriidliai m PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P.O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1940, at the Post Office of Miami Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1943 NISSAN 11, 5703 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 16 PASSOVER .. Not our ancestors, but ourselves were delivered out of Egyptian bondage. The good Jew must say that to himseli as he observes the Passover, our Hagadah tells us. This year, Jews will not have to be told that. The ancient story of Passover is being relived by Israel. The tyranny, enslavement and extermination practiced by the ancient Pharaoah are not very different from that of the modern Fuhrer. It is a discouraging thought. One would think that after two or three thousands years, tyranny might have been finally conguered, but the struggle for freedom goes on and on. The adage, "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty," seems only too true. There can be no relaxing in that fight. You throw a piece of bread before the bird. The bird wants the food, but it runs away on the slightest provocation. Tempting as the morsel may be, it will not take it until 1 it is sure that it will not be captured. The bird | treasures its freedom and its little bones, seemingly having inherited the knowledge that this freedom is very easily lost. Man is much in the same position. On every side there are always preying interests that seek to take him captive. Demagogues who would steal the freedom of his mind that they may ride into power, selfish interests of a hundred sort bent on delimiting in one way or another, his freedom. The freedom of the Jew is in a particularly tender position. The London News Chronicle, a leading British paper, for example, this week, reports that anti-Semitism is strongly growing in England. It instances the fact that a recent British public poll showed that some people in England think there are three million Jews in England, whereas the entire Jewish population in all the British Isles is only 300,000. A survey in this country has reiterated these facts. Anti-Semitism thus has magnified us into the eyes of our foes 10 times. Sir Arthur Wauchope, former high commissioner of Palestine, has just written a book in which he says of Palestine, that "every Jewish immigrant is not a saint." Of course, they are not, but how saintly is Sir Arthur to attack this one little hope of Jewry at a time when Jewry has been undergoing such a titanic martyrdom. At the time, when democratic England should be sympathetic, if ever, this is what we hear. These are only two items selected from a week's report. They do not make very cheerful reading as we approach Passover. Yet, there is hope, too. The Egypt that seeks to destroy us—the Nazi beast—we know as we approach this Passover—that her days are counted. After that we shall have to deal with the Egyptians in our midst. The battle for freedom is an eternal fight! —THWTB rlOM BVDlYWHraEiPJtAidi^ eonpdetvtlal —By PHINEAS I. MRONTHEY GIVE—WE LEND Last Monday saw the launching of the second War Loan Fund. With a slogan so true and so well put that it leaves very little to be said we let sink in—"They Give their Lives— We LEND our Money." Our guota for this area is 57,000,000. That is a lot of money. Today we are beyond the stage of measuring with money. Our future is at stake—a future that concerns the lives of many near and dear to us. If the start of the drive is a criterion, then we believe we will come through in our efforts successfully. In the foregoing sentence we used the words if and believe, two words that must be completely eliminated in this, a vital undertaking. In other words, we are going to raise our guota. Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has, in cooperation with the War Loan Drive, put forth a concerted effort through a "Buy a Bomber" campaign to aid in the sale of S300.000 of these bonds. For this, the lodge will receive tho recognition of leadership that it maintains and the acknowledgment that our people are in the forefront of our' country's homefront struggle. This token will be demonstrated by the privilege of naming a bomber. Buy bondsbuy through B'nai B'rith. Coinciding with the observance of Pass over, this effort reiterates our fight for freedom, our battle for right over might. We commemorate the liberation and freedom of one period by buying bonds and acting to liberate ourselves and all people to a freedom for our present and future. CONGREGATION SCHAAREI ZEDEK 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET urges all children residing in the South West Section of Miami to register in their Talmud Torah and Sunday School and take advantage of the opportunity to gain a real Jewish Education under trained, expert and recognized direction Free Tuition (Membership in congregation unnecessary) REGISTRATION AT SYNAGOGUE WEEK DAYS, 3:30 TO 6:00 P. M. Montz M. Drucker and Family of DRUCKER'S ORIGINAL JEWELER 1053 Washington Avenue WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER PHONE 5-3744 TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY PASSOVER DOLLY MADISON DAIRIES, Inc. THRESofcr [SUN* PARK SPA-HEALTH MIAMI. FLORIDA. AMERICAN PLAsI N0TEL '•••••• Tr.plr.l in* ~ 5KSL %  %  MM* ST U SANITARIUM R r '•! %mt r.n. %  Wlrt. Appr a .*4 *Mubl Eatf a Ph. 4.1669 LISTEN HERE Pierre ran Passen predict! that tha Pan-Arab Conference i 0 take place in Egypt, and called with h approval of the British government, may prove the beginning of a sarioui attempt to undermine Jewish hopes for a legally assured homeland in Pale,, tine after the war Right now, ha says, is tha time to start %  ruthless campaign against fU ch a move ... By the time you read this Moshe Shertok will be back in Palestine One of the last visits that Shertok paid while in thii country was to Max Litvinov, Soviet ambassador to Washington, to whom the head of the Jewish Agency's political division was introduced by D, Nahum Goldman Waiting for priorities is MM. Archibald Silverman of Providence, who is planning to pay her second wartime visit to England, in the interests of Zionist funds Dn n t miss Joseph Brainin's article in the current issue of The Protestant entitled "Ani-Semitism Triumphant." it makes some very start ling revelations ... We hear that Supreme Court Justice Roberts will be a leading figure at that Bermuda Conference. NEWSPAPER STUFF Congratulations to Dorothy S. Backer, imaginative publisher of the New York Post She has become the alk of news papermen everywhere because of her achievement in transfering this New York paper into a paying proposition ... An especially big scoop was her grabbing of Edgar Ansel Mowrer, ace of foreign correspondents, as a special writer for the Post on international subjects Did you see that big ad recently out out by II Progresso Italo-Americano? ... It set forth the ideak of democracy and hit anti-Semitism straight on the nose. BOOKS AND AUTHORS The Bill of Rights Sesquicentennial Committee, of which President Roosevelt is the honorary chairman and James Waterman Wise, the national secretary, has published a book called "Thomas Jefferson. Then and Now—1743-1943" ... It is a symposium on the great American statesman by 56 outstanding contributors We want to assure Ida S. Zelson of St. Louis, and many others who have expressed puxzlement, that novelist Frans Werfel has not renounced the Jewish faith That letter of his published in Time magazine a couple of months ago gave rise to considerable misunderstanding on this score, but that was because the text that was printed was only part of what he had written The passage that was omitted referred to the Christian guilt for the present plight of so many Jews One thing we utterly fail to understand is the conspiracy of silence that seems to have settled about Maurice Samuel's brilliant book. "The World of Sholem Aleichem" Published over a month ago. the work has been virtually ignored by the reviewers of the big papers. HEBRAIST NEWS Baltimore's New Israel Yeshiva boasts a hieroglyphics expert among its student body He's Menashel Lehman, who started his study of the ancient Egyptian priestly writing when he was just a boy in Sweden Young Lehman is now engaged in a study of the relationship between the Egyptian and Hebrew languages ... As you have gathered, this future rabbi is quite a linguist ... In addition to the languages we have mentioned, he can speak Swedish. Norwegian. Danish. French, German. Spanish, English and Yiddish—having learned the last-named tongue only recently, after his arrival in America • And when the Ner Israel Rabbinical College ordains Lehman it will only enjoy the distinction of conferring the rabbinical decree on the first Jewish boy from Sweden to be so ordained since 1763. when Jews were first permitted to settle in his native land • The theatrical group of the Histadruth Ivrith. the national organiiation for the Hebrew language in this country, has some very fine talent Particularly fine is its dancing group, of which Corinne Chochem is the director The group has studied quietly for the past six years, and the intimate performance they gave at the Little Theater of New York's Hunter College a couple of weeks ago was a revelation to the few privileged to see it • ABOUT PEOPLE Major Benjamin Namm. the Brooklyn merchant, is slated to head the U. S. Purchasing Commission to Brazil, they say • • It's not that the ladies' hat business isn't as good as ever, but refugee milliner Walter Florell feels that there are more important thing than fancy chapeaux at this time—so he works as a meciianic in an airplane factory, putting in overtime and all.-• Broadway was somewhat relieved to learn last week that its Dr. Paul S. Roland, reported missing in action nearly a year ago. u alive and as well as can be expected under the circumstances, being a prisoner of the Japanese Dr. Roland, a captain with the American Army in the Philippines, was taken prisoner after the fall of Bataan last spring Off on his tour of U. S. Army bases on foreign soil is harmonica king Larry Adler • Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau wants it clearly under stood that the Treasury's war bond as showing a dachshund bearing Hitler's mug was not meant to cast any aspersions on the canine breed, and that, indeed, the Morgenthau household includes a dachshund of whom the entire family is very fond. • • Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. SECOND STREET 125 S. W. 30th Court OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday uneurpaeeed In detail of preparation — eervice—cunine refinement and hospitality Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner, ai well ai a la carte jervice. Special rate* for the entire Patiover Week. Morton S. Fagan Management 1* 1 Sador Ritual will be conducted on both nlQhte by the popular Cantor Louis Hayman Oolden. Voiced Tenor WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869 Ask Your Local Delicatessen For tha Beat e It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORID* KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dellcioue Corned Beef Pickled. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943 +Jewlsti fkricfinn PAGE FIVE %  **+ RELieiQUS ANNOUNCEMENTS ^MMMMMMMMMMMM BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st St.. Miami lieach g. M. MACHTKI. Rabbi Friday, 7:15: Kabbolas Shabos: 8 15 Pm new officers' Sabbath. The ritual will be conducted by some of the newly installed officers and board members. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak on "Annointed Leaders/' Saturday, 9:45 a. m. service: Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The Great Sabbath." Sunday, 11 a. m.: Adult Class in Advanced Jewish Law and Metaphysics. Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The March To the Sea" Monday, 9 a. m. service: Rabbi S M Machtei: "Siyum Bechonm" 7:15 p. m. service Tuesday, 9:45 a. m. Rabbi S. M. Machtei: I, Ancient Egypt?" 7:15 service. Wednesday, 9:45 a. m. service: Rabbi &2 Machtei: Are We?" service: "Where 'Where TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. K. 19th St., Miami OOL.MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi RABHI JACOB H. KAPLAN. I'h.D Rabbi Km.-i llus Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman conducting. First day Passover service: Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, Rabbi Zwitman will preach on he subject: "The Festival of Freedom, and the Four Freedoms." Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services. OBITUARIES The body of Mrs. Lizzie Schireff, 77, who died in a local hosi pital Tuesday, was sent to Richmond, Va., her former home, for funeral services and burial. Mrs. Schireff came to Miami eight years ago and is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Anne Perlin of Miami, and Mrs. Florence Cromer of Miami Beach. She lived at 821 S. W. 31st Avenue. ENDORSES ARONOVITZ FOR OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER it an obligation to take an interest in the candidates who ask to represent me and my neighbor residents of this city. The people we elect to be our commissioners guide the destinies of the city and each move they make reflects on each of us and affects all of us individually, whatever our vocation. Our city is a tremendous business and like all commercial enterprises, must have competent, capable and expert men to handle the management. These men must also have an interest that exceeds persons and personalities and be far above the taint of many of everyday politicians whose sole aim is self-aggrandizement. It is with all of this in mind that I believe all Miamians are privileged to have Abe Aronovitz offer himself as a public servant. It is a privilege to be able to endorse his candidacy, give my support, and urge all my acquaintances to do likewise." MA Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Cantor Maurice Mamches, chantin Early Sabbath services 7 • m Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi lieachelott: "Passover Theme. Servicemen's Shalosh S oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron. Passover services every evening at 7 o'clock. Mornings at 7 and 9 a. m. on first and last days; 7 and 8:30 the rest. Sermons to be delivered by Rabbi Mescheloff are: Tuesday morn.np. "Bread of Affliction;" Wednesday morning. "Passover Sacrifice" Cantor Maurice Mamrh*i will chant. Daily services: Morning and eveningSCHAAREI ZEDEK ,.,, < w Third St.. Miami fflMON AI'RIU Rabbi Services: Friday, 6:43 p. m. Saturday. 9 a. m.: Rabbi April: "Portion of the Week." Passover .ervici"; starling Monday. 7:15 p m.; Tuesday at 9 a. m.. Rabbi April preaching: "They Shall Not Be Sold as Bondsmen. Wednesday at 9 p. m. on the subject: The roar Sons." Daily services morning and •tuning. TEMPLE EMANU-EL l l South Ancln-WH Ave. v Lauderdale, Fia. Rf'.'rn "jmagogue servlnit Hollywood, n rAudardale and Broward Oounty BAMIU'IIIAI.KVI BARON, Rabbi Sabbath Haggadol services: Friday, 8 p. m. K< "minus School: Sunday, 10 a n Prsach services: Tuesday, 11 m. Sisterhood benefit social for %  urn and women. i % %  rhood night at the^ Fort Lauderdale Servicemen's Center canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 11 p. m Buy Stamps and Bonds. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Lincoln Road Properties Sales and Lease* B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Truitworthy Real Estate Service B05 Lincoln Rood. Ph.6-5868 %  STORE YOU BUT LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Mot Bet Wm m m % % % %  But—Mnn B. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 590 H. W. 17 Ave.. Miami JOSKFH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS ('.KEEN. Sexton .Services daily 8:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky: "The Great Sabbath. Shalosh S'oodoss, 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Rackovsky: "Does the Goal Justify the Means?" Monday, 8 a. m.: Siyum for first born at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and Wednesday, 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. Rabbi Rackovsky will conduct services and address the congr> gation. CONG. BETH ABRAHAM 635 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami Services: Friday evening, Mincha—Kabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m. Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M. Kagan, preaching: "Our Great Sabbath. Passover services Monday evening, 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday at 9 a. m. Rabbi Kagan: "The Miracle of Passover. Wednesday, 9 a. m.: "A Prayer for Dew." Daily service morning and evening. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 13 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SIIAIMRO, Rubhl LOUIS IIAY.MAN, Cantor Friday, 6:30 p. m.: Kabbalas Shabos service. Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services: Observing Shabbos Hagodol: Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on "A Continuous Chain." Junior services. 10:30. Kiddush will follow. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m. Daily services morning and evening. Passover schedule: Passover this year will be ushered in at sunset Monday evening at 7:15 o'clock. Tuesday and Wednesday. April 20 and 21, Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak in English and Yiddish on the Central theme, "A New Exodus." Cantor Louis Hayman will chant all the liturgic melodies. Junior Passover services: The Junior Congregation will conduct special services Tuesday and Wednesday morning at 10:30. All children who attend these services will receive an excuse for absence from school. BEACH JEWISH CENTER MIS Euclid Ave., Miami Beach ABRAHAM I >. WOLF, Cantor Rabbi Ernst Lorge, spiritual leader Ot Temple Israel, Tallahassee and Hillel director for the Florida State College for Women, will address the worshipers. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the center choir will conduct Kabalas Shabos at 7:15. Saturday, 9 a. m. services: Rabbi Andron conducting Bible class 5 p. m.; Oneg Shabot, b Passover special services starting Monday, 7:15 p. m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, at 9 a. m. Daily services: Morning and evening. RTVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 138t N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Beet cere tor chronic lck. convalescent end elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP ^^ Large Beautiful Oroundi— %  Harry Markowitz this week publicly endorsed the candidacy of Abe Aronovitz, who is seeking the office of city commissioner. Mr. Markowitz stated, "I feel Buy War Savings Bonds. Biay7e Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 oClock Sunday, h£" Cocktail l-oun.e Fine Liquors and Wine. 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PAGE SIX MRM fhrkHa FRIDAY, APRIL 16, Y. M. H. A. NOTES Br HARRY SCHWARTZ gether a plan for conducting these dances will be made. Red Cross The Red Cross Sewing Center at the "Y" will be closed during the Passover Holidays, resuming again on Wednesday, April 28. "Y." Closed During Holidays Due to the Passover Holidays, j the Y. M. H. A. board of directors ', closed from sundown Monday April 19, until the evening of Home Camp ISeV**" *,, MMW mtr It is with great pleasure that Wcdnesday A P ril 2I we announce the appointment Board Meeting April 21 of George Goldberg as chairman „ „ e *\ Wednesday evening, of the Home Camp Committee for 1943. Wc are proud of this appointment because Mr. Goldberg is an expert on food and he will be able to assist us with the rationing problem. Other members of the committee will be announced later. In response to many inquiries concerning the Home Camp, we at 8:3 o clock, a regular meeting of 'he Y. M. H. A. board of directors will be held at the "Y." Reserve April 28 On Wednesday. April 28, a joint meeting of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will be held. More details next week. 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. Ask for B. R. Walzer. COMMUNITY OF NATIONS wish to state emphatically that j BE BASED ON BROTHERHOOD there will be a Home Camp ses-' sion this year. We plan to start DR. J. M ROSENTHAL Ha. Reop.ned Hli Office* t 420 LINCOLN ROAD Mercantile N.tl. Bank Bldg. for the practice of diteaee* of the HEART and LUNGS For Appointment, Phone 6 2232 at the "Y" office a booklet containurge too strongly the question' ,in fi .. lhe T contributions of those of immediate registration ln J\ Jewish faith to the miliUndertakes New Project LSZl miSl? ?"f col i ntr >'and T „ ,. .. ., .cited many examples of cooperaIn line with the thought of serv-: tion and friendship between ing the community, the Y W. |those of different denominations board meeting held in the armed forces, since they last week, undertook a new venture in 'he form of dances for the boys and girls of the teen ages. For a long time this group are all united in one common cause. He assured returning servicemen that this and other veterans' organizations will see ALPERT'S RESTAURANT and DELICATESSEN S erring BREAIFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER FAMOUS FOR OUR SANDWICHES Oc.nn Driva at Bitcnyn* St. MIAMI BEACH r V PHONE X^i r T 2-3I5I 1* INSURANCE .^P SEYBOLD Q^ BUILDING Upholiterr. Slip COTM aarf Drapery Shops Complete Line of ExclualT. DecoratiTe Fabric* 35 N. W. l.t St Ph. 3-815! Eet.bll.hed In Mi.ml Sine, tttf Hanson Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET MET.] CONTRACTORS TAL PHONE 4-0880 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUS h ~ y," f .'Y"K .iiun.-. in sanitations win see has h,en sadly neglected, but! to it that they are properly rethey were good sports. They habilitated dances' StS&^tSS' did "not Lift %  %  Sch^nberg. nacomplain. vet we M? that we $£&£?&% & u^ 8 were not doing our duty by v, ,nr ,V th !' J, w,sh War Veterans, outlined the projects of them. At a recent board meeting of the Y. W. H. A., this matter was BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUH PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami AT*. Ph. 2 Nil the women's group. Mayor Val C. Cleary welcomed the veterans' group. ApDr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Conical and DiaanoaHc Laboratory X-Ray 1138 Weet Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED DR. KEENE •1-1-3 Seybold Building thoroughly discussed. It was | p.armg on the pointed out that dances for these ; were Congressman Pat Cannon KnWS i at regU,ar tatarvato Cotonel A! I. Lambert N P ^MW&fi ^^in. C UT a N nde an d SUTft ^m1?r n ^etTln n tu l rn l c^S !" ^ operate with a committee ap' HAPPY PASSOVER ROY R. WELTON WELTON INSURANCE AGENCY L.ngford Bldg. Phone 3-8658 pointed by the Greater Miami Jewish Youth Council, and toPALMER I IIIK'r.ll i f|;|fl(l MM W. FLAGLUt $7. AMBULANCE SERVICE FEDERATION SETS DATE The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at its executive committee meeting this week, set Sunday, May 16, as the date for its annual meeting. The nomination committee will present its s< lection of officers who will be elected at that time. The pronan is being prepared for the • %  v.ning and will be announced shortly. .' '-.iAz-sasazassaaa.? BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WHITE BELT DAIRY N W 32nd Avenue PHONE 7 -in LEGAL NOTICES Made From Freeh Oranges 555SGGSSGS55&SS5S&&Z& NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW nonce m herebi ,, .. MiAl.V,i) THAl>IN(i CoUPivT IWJ of '"' Irrult l'Hirt 1 Dad* County, Plot-Ida M.x It .Hl.ver M I:,J> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS M _, NAME LAW NfTI('K is llKUKMV QIVBN th.t inuiKl.rwiKn.-.l. .Ii-Blrlnn t" •WU' '". .'.'.'.".'.'J"" %  % %  <•<' the flrtitiuui. tumw %  RITZ MEN s RHOP Intend, tor* inter the mid name with th* Clerk or the Circuit ''nun nf I ;i.ti*>>ijnt> Florida 4/lb-^T ^n. -;, %  |] Buy Stamps and Bonds ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ THE CITY OF MIAMI Recogn,z,ng the participation of its Jewish citizens in every civic and welfare movement for the good of the general community, takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry sincere wishes for TEJT MjyppY PA % %  %  •* 'M' I i _n_ i •H C. H. REEDER MAYOR R. C. GARDNER FRED W. HOSEA COMMISSIONERS A. B. CURRY CITY MANAGER JAMES A. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943 Jew 1st fkm-kUmti 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 HRIHV MID nnuv [ommiUEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD PARADE! A COMMUNITY PROJECT "Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services" OFFICERS SAM BLANK. Chairman MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chr. JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Mrs. Walter Bronston Mrs. Max Dobrin Maurice Grossman Louis Heiman Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Morris Klass Mrs. Murry Koran Harry Markowita Nat Roth Milton Sirkin Joseph Stein Mrs. Herbert Wallaah Cazl Weinkle ABOUT OUR BOYS HAROLD S. BAMBERG, 825 Alton Road. Miami Beach, enrolled at Erskine College, Due West, S. C, for a course of instruction prior to appointment as an aviation cadet. CADET ROBERT D. HAYS. son of Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Hays, 900 16th Street, Miami Beach, has completed his basic training at an army flying school in Courtland, Ala., and is in advanced school. MIAMI BEACH SOLDIER WILL BE PROMOTED IN RANKS PHILIP NOEL HESS. 3101 S. W 24th Street, has been commlssioned a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps and will undergo the final phases of officers' training at Quantico. Va., before leading leathernecks in battle. Lieutenant Hess is the son of Mr and Mrs. Edwin Jesse Hess, 4419 S. W. 13th Terrace. Training at Camp Haan. Cal., to I"' an anti-aircraft gunner is PVT. THEODORE BENNETT LAZARUS, son of Mrs. Kate Lazarus of 1845 S. W. Seventh Street. He was graduated from Miami Hich School in 1941. He entered the armed service in January Edgewood Arsenal, Md., April 16—DAVID W. DECHOVITZ of Miami Beach, Fla., is scheduled to become a second lieutenant at the graduation exercises of the Chemical Welfare Service Officer Candidate School here tomorrow. He was chosen from the ranks for this training by his superior officers because of excellence in military record, education and character. PFC. CLARENCE A. APEL. who enlisted in the army air forces, has graduated from technician school at Keesler Field, Miss. He is the son of Mrs. E. N. Apel, 743 N. W. Seventh Road, and has a brother, EUGENE, in the navy. A customs employe before he entered the service, PVT. IRWIN J. KANE. 19. is attending a marine scout and sniper school in San Diego. A graduate of Technical High School, he is expecting foreign duty soon. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kane, 721 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The permanent war records division of the Greater Miami-Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board will this week attempt by direct mail to contact homes of men who are recorded as in the service. This is done to secure additional information. Recipients of these post cards are asked to immediately fill them out and mail. A little effort on the part of friends and relatives of the men in service will do much towards perfecting these needed records. Return your card without delay! HONOR ROLL RECORDED BY BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ENSIGN BERNARD M. WALL. 23. Miami Beach, has been asMgned to ship duty following his transfer here to the sub-chaser training command. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall. 533 W. 47th Street, and engaged in the real estate and construction business here before entering Midshipmen School at Columbia University. CORP. HAROLD G. JACOBS. Miami Beach, has been assigned to Army Administration Officer Candidate School at the University of Florida, his commanding officer at Camp Butner, N. C, announced. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R. Jacobs. 1110 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, and has a brother, LT. LAWRENCE JUSTIN, and a brother-in-law MAUREY FARRELL. also in the service. PVT. JOEL HARRY ROSENTHAL. 33, is a recent graduate from the Army Air Forces Armament School at Lowry Field, Colo. He entered the service last November. BERT W. MARKS. Miami Beach, was commissioned a first lieutenant at graduation exercises at the Medical Field Service School at Carlisle Barracks. Pa. LT. PAUL SCHWARTZ. 24, of Syracuse, N. Y., previously decorated with the Distinguished Service Cross for "extraordinary heroism in action" in New Guinea, becomes a twice-decorated man with the award of a Silver Star for "leadership and courage during an attack on Buna Village." Lt. Schwartz, whose story was presented in detail in a January issue of the Honor Roll, has been commended for leading "one of the most daring and successful patrol actions on the New Guinea battlefield." Do you want him to have full recognition for his service? Here's how you can insure his place on the honor roll of American Jewry: Send his information to our Bureau of War Records of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The bureau is the only recognized body in Jewish life assembling a complete record of Jewish participation in this war. It needs your immediate cooperation so that its record will include the name of your servicemen—the names of all Jewish men and women from our community who are in service. Fill in the form on this page and mail today to the committee. CADET HARRY E. FRECH. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Freeh, has entered the AAF Technical School at Yale University for training to become an officer in aircraft maintenance engineering. SGT. JACK ABBOTT, now at Kessler Field, will arrive at Miami Beach on or about May 1 for lO. C. S. School. Name Address (Home) Date of Birth Date of Enlistment (fame of Nearest Relative Address — Relationship. Branch of Service Service Address Tel No. Rank Outfit Promotion., honors, award* act. of haroUm. casualty o> other •rents or services: LT. ALFRED SHARFF. 27. of Portland, Ore., is the posthumous holder of two awards, the Purple Heart and now the Distinguished Service Cross. Lieutenant Sharff recorded in the Honor Roll in February, was killed in action at Casablanca. "It has been a source of inspiration to me," Col. Davison. General Staff Corps, wrote to Mrs. Bernice I. Sharff, the lieutenant's widow, "to read the account of your husband's exartordinary heroism in action, and I am sure it must be a satisfaction to you to learn that in giving his life, your husband did so in a manner even beyond the highest standards expected of an officer in the performance of his duty." Mrs. Sharff lives at 520 S. E. 15th St. FORWARD MARCH Each week we will list in alphabetical order the names of the men of Dade County who are now in the service of the United States. This week: Halpert, Stanton. Harris, William. Hester, Harold D. Hirsch, Howard. Hodes, Frederick P. Hoffman. Robert Paul. Hoffstein, George W. Hollander. Samuel. Hollub, David. Halpert, Sol. Horowitz, Solomon D. Herman, Alfred. Hyman. Sidney. Hays. Robert D. Haimowitz, Ely. Israel, Samuel M. Jacobs, Aaron H. Jacobs, Arthur. Jacobs, Jerome P. Jaffee, Solomon. Jamison. Charles. Joseph, Herbert S. Jacobs. Harold S. Josepher. Morris L. Joseph, William. Jovotovsky, Murray. Jacoby, William E. CAPT. RAFAEL ROBERT GAMSO. 31, of Brooklyn, has been awarded the Silver Star for "gallantry under heavy fire," continuing to treat wounded with "utter disregard of his own safety." Capt. Gamso is on duty in New Guinea. 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 fiflht." JEWS ON ALL FRONTS No Promotion For Him CORP. BERNARD KESSEL, the Brooklyn, N. Y., soldier who practically invaded Oran by himGeneral Grant tank of which he was a gunner got separated from the main column and entered the city alone, wrote home recently from North Africa that he has turned down a promotion to master sergeant and a transfer to a different outfit. "I was offered a job with another outfit that would meant a master sergeant's rating for me," he wrote, "but I rejected it. Many people have told me I acted unwisely, but I feel, and I want you to feel, that I did the proper thing. For a better understanding of what motivated me, I suggest you read articles as 'Stuka Horror Over Greece' and other eye-witness accounts of Nazi brutality. I have kept my morale sharpened with evidence describing the violations that have been committed against humanity, civilization and my own personal ideals. By continuing on my job as gunner I am in a good position to make them pay. They owe a lot of liberty and freedom loving people all over the world, but the debt will never be settled if too many shirk their obligations and duty. When I made my decision to return to the front, I made it knowing that I was risking everything; I made it with a complete knowledge of what was at stake, and with confidence that I would emerge a winner and not a loser. That, my dear family, is my answer to you with regard to the promotion. It would make me exceedingly happy to know that you are in accord with me." A large number of Miami boys, all active and well known in the Jewish community, entrained this week for Blanding and other military centers. As complete a MURRAY ZOHN is here visitlist as poss ible is being prepared ing his family at 922 S. W. Third and w y,i be published next week. Street on a 10-day furlough from the Jacksonville Naval Base. He is an airplane mechanic. ELSIE SCHWARTZ enlisted with the United States forces and has become a WAAC enrollee. She was serving as secretary to Nat Roth, chairman of Permanent Records of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee. AUX. SYLVIA WAGNER. Miami girl and sister of Bernie Wagner, is now stationed with the WAACs at Daytona Beach, Fla. Buying War Bonds at this time is just another way of telling the boys in service we are with them 100 per cent. rEWISH SERVICE MEN IN WORLD WAR 2 The part that Jewish service men are playing in the Armed Forces has found •xpression 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 *——i^^— %  _^ ^—" ^ ^—w— — %  Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of: Abess & Costar First Nstlonsl anK EMaAdelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. th St. Abe Aronovitz Miami, Florida Carl's Markets Miami Miami Eaaeh Cowen's Shoe Stores 1M n. Flagler It — %  Lineal" %  *• Cromer Wholesale It N. %  • TMrd St. Green Bros. as N. t. Mth %  Hub Dry Goods t N. E. Miami Ava. Jack C. Jayson Miami Donald LavigneUniforms 114 N. E. Second Av. Hartowitz & Resnick lilt N. E. Sasond Ava. Miami Iron & Metal Co. •411 N. W. atnd Ava. Miami Rug Co. 100 3. Miami Ava. Palmer Funeral Chapel Sidney H. Palmar, Raaidant Owner Ricbter's Jewelry Co., lac. 140 E. Flaglar 8t. Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant 170 N. W. Fifth Si. J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins 144 N. Miami Ava. Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan Langford Building Standard Wholesale Grocery Co. 144 N. B. 10th St. Joseph R. Stein Miami, Florida Sybil's Women's Apparel 74 S. E. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jewish fkrkUain FRIDAY, APRIL 16, Sholem Lodge No. 1040. B*nai B'rith held its regular meeting at the Y. M. H. A. building last Tuesday evening. April 13. This was the first meeting since the initiation of the campaign to sell S300.000 war bonds to 'buy a bomber." President Louis Heiman, who has been devoting considerable time tp the B'nal B'rith desk at J Second War Bond Drive to sell the Dade Federal Savings &'$13,000,000,000 in war bonds, and Loan Association N E. r irst Bnai B'rith s campaign ia just Avenue, corner N. E. First Street., a dmp ln thl> )uck ,, t |n th|1 „,. announced that up to meeting drive. But as drops of water time $100,000 in war bonds were wear away a sU)lu £ wi „ „ %  „.„ B'rith's bonds sold so far to "buy a bomber." but it is not too late to sell $300,000 in war bonds during the month of April to attain that goal. Second U. S. War Bond Drive. $13,000,000,000; Miami quota, $7,000; B'nai B'rith Buy a Bomber, Drive. $300,000. We are in the government's' every business organization in this area, is asked to buy war bonds in April through B'nai B'rith. Help buy that bomber. Help name the bomber after it is bought. Ward Addresses Lodge Earlier in the meeting William Ward, president of the Chamber of Commerce, addressed members of Sholem Lodge and the Ladies' Auxiliary. His remarks were with respect to "Miami, Its Present and Future Mr Ward pointed out the evolution of Miami, from a tourist resort to a place in which the development of war industries ia changing the entire complexity of the ana, both physically and industrially. It is contemplated that Miami will take its place with the great ports of the nation and the attendant expansion that necessarily follows CONCERT SCHEDULED FOR MIAMI HI SCHOOL The last subscription concert of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra will take place at the Miami Senior High School Auditorium Sunday, April 18. at 4:45 o'clock under the direction of Modesto Alloo. The Oratorio Elijah'' with orchestra, chorus and quartet will be featured. Artists taking the leading roles will include Arthur di Filippi. Marian H. McCreedy, Beatrice Hunt and Robert Reinert. Buy War Savings Bonds. sold through B'nai B'rith—tak ing in Sholem Lodge and the Laeues' Auxiliary. As might have been anticipated, a concerted effort to augment the sale of war bonds was made at this meeting, which resuited in the sale of $25,000 in war bonds. The response to the appeal was gratifying, and with the half-way mark in the campaign it is anticipated that more than half the goal set will have been achieved. It was announced that arrangements have been completed B'nai B'rith to take charge of the war bond booth in front of Burdines' Wednesday, April 28 Members of the community arc asked to make a special note ol the date, so 'hat the record of sales for that day will reflect credit upon the efforts of B'nai B'rith. It would be disastrous were it otherwise Too Little—But Not Too Late! Too little is the amount in war TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER J. J. FARREY and ASSOCIATES Building Division MIAMI BEACH. FLA. "drop" added to other ps" whittle down those 13 billions and just as surely cut the ground from under the Axis forces, The news-reels, from time to time, showed scenes of patriotic citizens of other countries filling baskets with pieces of thenjewelry and other precious metals to help out in the present en encies-gifts to their counti The United States does not ask US to make such saenfie. \v. are asked to invest in war bonds and eam. at maturity, $1 for every $3 invested Members of Sholem Lodge are m all the branches of the arn i forces They left loved oni hind, they terminated bus and professional relation they are freezing in sub-zei peratures, bn iling in tropics. jungles and tanks; they goto the sea in ships, they take orderand carry thi m out al %  il to contemplate For "theirs is not to reason theirs is but to do" nd w< praj that this quotati i never be completed for them. We have I)r Sachar's word for it that the boys who go • armed forces want to know whether the people on the h front are backing them up we can show tl in this one at this time, that We. the .' i %  • • r their bl to th %  •' It'. buy i l( -K at ; & Loai '. : %  si %  %  SI and "lad Ever) for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In A!E FeEKAL • f MIAMI A 1AVIWGS INSTTTUnOH Which hu never paid 1MS taaa 3% oa insured Barings. RESOURCES OVER S6.000.000 J. M. LIPTOH. President • NOIIHEAST T I R S AVENUE Buy Your Vrar Savings Bonds Here OM (% o$ Miami Reach TAKES PLEASURE IN EXTENDING TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR LOOKING FORWARD TO THE BRIGHT FUTURE THAT WILL BRING TO A SUCCESSFUL CULMINATION THE IDEALS. HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS OF ALL HUMANITY. I WANT MY MILK *+* ALCOHOLISM NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISORDERS Scientifically Treated MIAMI RETREAT FOUNDATION Institute of Neurology N. MIAMI AVE. at 79th St. Aski B Sure If, FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dscro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 8200 N. W. 32nd Street r~\ JOB LIES AHEM/ %  M Winning the War ... Safeguarding the Peace Rebuilding the World... These difficult problems he before us. Business management stands ready to help solve them. It was business managemeiu that gave America the world's highest standard of living. It's business management that today makes possible our unprecedented war production. Uusincss-msnaged electric Companies have met every war need for electric power. Look'ng ahead, chcy had reserve power resdy when the need tame. American business management will pUy a big pan in solving our post-war problems. •••VEST 10* EVERY PAYDAY IN WAR SAVINGS BONDS B "y Stamps and Bonds.



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FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943 BOTHJI1897 (Keren Kayemeth Le Iirael) It* Origin, Principles and Achievement* By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Miami Beach, Fla. A Origin: In 1897, at the first Zionist Congress, Prof. Herman Schapira of Heidelberg, offered a formal resolution for the founding of a National Fund which was unanimously adopted. It was not, however, until the Fifth Congress, held in Basle in 1901, that the Jewish National Fund was definitely launched upon its epoch-making career. A national commission was electad to which, among others, Prof Richard Gottheil of the U. S. A. was named. The first president of the fund was Johan KremeniUky. He initiated the methods +Jewlsti ncrkUan fiLJSSSf^ ,or collection of funds which are known and emKUF ra g meth dS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS HENRIETTA'S FRUIT SHIPPERS 126 Eighth Street PHONI S-91S6 ..!: P r inci Ples and policies: The underlying principles and by implication the policies which were adopted and adhered to are con* SSE?. w p ro'eor Schapira's h M G f t^jroject. The Jewsh National Fund is to be the ^nni? Urcha8ln P agency of the 2f l .organization; the land wnitn it acquires is to be forever the common and invaluable property of the Jewish people never to be sold: only to be leased; only so much land is to be leased to one settler as he and rus family can cultivate. This land policy protects the country irom social-economic ills resulting from private ownership of land. It eliminates the evil of speculation. When we remember the wave of speculation in land yjJ !" took Place in Florida in 1926, when vast fortunes were lost, we can realize the soundness of this policy. Another aspect of national ownership of land is that if the value of land rises because of the general progress of the country, it adds to the wealth of the community and does not enrich the individual, who very often has contributed nothing to the increased value. It is also desirable that the land redeemed by the Jewish people, a great sacrifice, shall PAGE NINE not pass into non-Jewish hands; it also serves as a safeguard against using cheap Arab labor instead of giving employment to the Jewish worker. IN THE HEART OF DOWN-TOWN MIAMI TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Most Popular Bar 279 East Flagler St, (Opp. Cor. Elk. Club) Phone 2-8944 This policy of the J. N. F. of granting land as hereditary leaseholds insures that every foot of soil is used to increase the Jewish population. The J. N. F. does not interfere in the affairs of the individual. He enjoys the same privileges of utilizing the soil that he would have, were it his own property. The lease is renewed every 49 years and he may bequeath it to his children. He has the right to sign over the lease to another person with the consent of the Jewish National Fund. The main condition insisted upon is that the land be cultivated; if after a certain period it is not cultivated, the lease is revoked and transferred to another. The J. N. F. lease saves capital and interest on the cost of the land to the settler and helps him considerably in the difficult first years, by reduction or remission of ground rent. The J. N. F. can buy advantageously, because the tracts it requires are large and mostly uncultivated. It is not fanciful to trace the idea of the J. N. F. principles back I to the transmitted tradition of | Jewish soil policy in ancient | tunes. The Jewish law. thousands of years ago, stipulated j that "the land shall not be sold 1 in perpetuity" Leviticus xxv 23). The J. N. F. land policy is not only in harmony with the loftiest humanitarian teachings of modern times, but are dictated by practical considerations, national, economic and social. To quote Maurice Samuel (N. P. 2/20.42): TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street p hon e 3-3108 PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTH BEACH HOTEL and APARTMENTS 250 20th Street MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-9501 For Better Health Visit the MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE A Modern Institution Dedicated To Health ... 8 p,elall,lno in Rehabilitation Utilizing Laboratory Tests. Diagnosis, Radionics, Electric Therapy. Spinal Treatments. Scientific Nutrition, Message, Colonic Irrigation, Physio Therapy, Bio-Chemistry, vitamin Therapy and other efflcient methods tor the establishment of vigorous and lasting health. Special, exclusive equipment for scientific reducing. Single or course treatments. Appointments arranged by phoning 7-7896. Dr. O. F. Ehrlins. Naturopathic Physician, Director 7613-15-17 Biscayne Blvd. "Today, in Palestine, 120 square miles of good soil, part of the Jewish homeland, are the property of the Jewish people in perpetuity. It can never revert to the open market and become besmirched by the struggle, for personal possession; it is going to be inhabited, for all time to come, by groups of men and women who pursue a co-operative life, or are in some way part of the working class; no one will ever speculate with a square foot of it; use it in a rising market to make a higher profit on rent or sale; it will never lend itself to the exacerbation of an economic crisis or to the creation of a false and dangerous inflation of land values; on the contrary, it will act—it has already acted—as a brake against these extremes." C: Activities and achievements: The activities of the J N. F. cover two different periodsone of preparation and experiment, the other of considerable achievement. The first 20 years from the first congress until after the first World War. were for the fund years of searching for ways and systems. The last 20 years, under Ussishkin's leadership, marks an epoch of land purchase on a large scale and according to a systematic land policy. The first efforts were directed toward bringing young settlers into Palestine. The older Jewlsh agricultural colonies depended on Baron Rothschild for financial support and on Arab labor for help. An 'infusion of new blood was needed. The fund began to purchase land and make it fit for habitation and cultivation. Extensive reclamation work was necessary, as draining of malarial swamps, digging of wells and planting trees. This prepared land for settlement and also furnished employment for Jewish labor. In spite of great handicaps: as limited funds, the hostility of the Turkish government and lack of a definite system of land redemption, the J. N. F. accomplished much in many fields, but principally in the establishment of Jewish settlements in Palestine, and so consolidated our position in the land, that not even the ravages of a World War was able to uproot it. At the time of the first World War the J. N. F. had acquired about 22,000 dunams on which were founded a score of agricultural settlements. Its great opportunity came after the war, when all great (Continued on Page 10) PASSOVER GREETINGS R. I. GARLICK SERVICE STATION 801 8. W. Second Avenue PHONE 2-9471 COMPLIMENTS OF Biscayne JAI-ALAI Fronton IT IS MY PLEASURE TO EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MRS. MURIEL HIRSCH PASSOVER GREETINGS WM. "BILL" BURBRIDGE YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN PA88OVER OREETINOS DR. J. HOLDEN BECKWITH AND DR. JACK BECKWITH EXODONISTS INORAIIAM BUIUMNO MIAMI, FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS JUDGE W. F. BLANTON F.F. wish to extend the hand of fellowship through the Holy Days of Passover 420 N. W. 29th Street phone 3-6639 IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER THE CITY ICE AND FUEL CO. TO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER nil v w, THE TROPIC BAR "35 R. Miami Avenue Phone 3-9428 TEMPLE CAFE AND RESTAURANT 2014 N. E. Seoond Avenue ROY C. MOUSSIER, Prop. i PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS ON PASSOVER I. D. PflOflflfi and hi-tone COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 736 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 3-5822 PASSOVER GREETINGS JEAN'S CANDY SHOPPE For Tropical Fruit. Candies, Jellies and Marmalade* Made On Our Promises at 212 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida WE SHIP ANYWHERE PASSOVER OREETINOS [ 4 CLEANERS Offic. ana Plant—1448 SMh ttraat MIAMI BEACH PHONE I.74M ABC POLICK Managing Dlracter ONCE AGAIN IT IS MY PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JUDGE RALPH C. POLE 1537 Washington A MIAMI BEACH IT IS WITH PLEASURE AGAIN TO EXTEND PASSOVER WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES TOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN JOHN H. LEV!



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FRIDAY. APRIL 16. I943 PAGE TEN Jewlstincrldteri F ADOPTED III 1897 (Continued from Page 9) nations, including the United States, declared in favor of creating a Jewish National Home in Palestine, and awarded the mandate over Palestine to Great Britain. A great rush of Jewish pioneers, the heroic Chalutzin flocked to Palestine from all parts of the world. The J. N. T. ready for them. With its increased income, definite plans and Ussishkin's leadership, it addressed itself with great energy to the redemption and reclamation of the land. Ussishkins first large-scale accomplishment was the purchase of the extensive land tract in the Valley of Jezreel. It was opposed by some, but in the light of history, it proved to be the act of a great man of vision and action. In the last year of his presidency, in 1941, the JN. F holdings were close to 600.000 dunams on strategically located PASSOVER GREETINGS QBOROIA (TLPKITKU MAI>A1.INH CUUPBPPHIR Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc. %  FOR THE LADY WHO CARES' Open Evening, by Appointment 744 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. PHONE 32561 land tracts in Palestine's four principal valleys, upon which 16/ agricultural colonies have been established. And, to a treedenuded country, a reforestation program planted a total of over three million trees, increasing the moisture and conserving the sou of the country. The space of a short article does not permit to enumerate the many blessings and wonders which the Jewish National Fund has worked in Palestine, and which have benefited Jew and Arab alike. Its educational work for Yishuv and Jewry of the world; its appreciable contribution to the present war effort in the Middle East; its significance in the political struggle of our people, when the hour comes to decide the fate of Palestine, after the war. all this and more will require additional study. The achievements of the Jewish National Fund has added a golden chapter to Jewish history, and it well deserves the support which Jews and nonJews have bestowed upon it so lavishly. Baron James de Rothschild. French banker and philanthropist who served in the French air force until the fall of France, arrived in England this week after escaping from France with his wife and two daughters He was in Vichy until September. 1941, when the Nazi-controlled Vichy government ousted Jews from the banking profession. He later went to Cannes and remained there u ntil Decemb er. Buy War Savings Bonds. ^ 7NTu:\Dy SEASONS GREETINGS Club Bali AND ASSOCIATES N ever a Cover Charge DeLuxe Dinner 6 to 10 Nightly Biscayne Boulevard at Eighth Street "CHAI" EMBLEM ISSUED BY NATIONAL FUND the victory uKhoiit th e nation In a c k n.>i< dKment of c" n : £% %  £?"$ toward, the Sff^^SSSSX program of the K. ren %  three-juarter Inch In %  £•_,£" )0 rblem. decorative and JJJ{5 ,C ; ,,„.. ,,.„,.,! Fund volunte..rs ai. a tk. n or participation In the Am wwi < !" ^ rESSrlal to th* •'">':„"fi, &a f Tn^iS"N^nS l tt, in Palestine. H H Lehman. U. S. director of foreign relief and rehabilitation, arrived in London recently to make an investigation of the relief needs in the areas which are expected to be liberated by the United Nations from Axis control. He scheduled conferences with British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and with j representatives of the various exiled governments. Investing in War Bonds today, means the purchasing of freedom for tomorrow. MEN OP TO MS ABE NOW ^JTED TOJABM WORK S&LHttrCS the annual report of ^the society iust made public. farm wr Uement cannot embrace masses VSSSSm the report and mdiscriminate placement on larms 'are so vital to our country s welfare our experience over 40 yeaVs. and especially in the las several years is assurance that nuick and effective change can g? made to farm life by men WthSto engaged in other activiOf unusual significance at a time when food is ammun.ton and when older men are being directed to farming as part of fhe war effort, is the society* report that over 14,000 farm loans have been made to farmers in 40 states since its incepti on The society, founded in 1900, has been an important factor in the increase of Jewish farmers in America from less than 1.000 in 1900 to more than 100.00 in 1942. "Loans," the report explains, "are made which cannot ordinarily be obtained through other channels" "The adequacy of the security is gauged nui alone by tangible values, but also—and often more so—by the personal equation—the borrower's ability and integrity." in 1942, 302 loans in 11 states were approved, totaling $242,527.18 in cash and in mortgages taken back in sales of farms. Now is the time to be patriotic—buy bonds and help your fellow-countrymen across the seas in Nazi-controlled Europe. PASSOVER WISHES TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE WALTER LEHNER PASSOVER GREETINGS HAWKINS RUG CLEANERS 60 N. E. Wth Street PHONE 7-3M ORIENTALS OUR SPECIALTY Mothproofing and Repairing PASSOVER GREETINGS EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE RICES HOLLEMAN'S The Food The Service The Price Incomparable BREAKFAST • LUNCHEON • DINNER 14th Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH SEASONS GREETINGS V EGETABLES ITAMINS ICTORY Klefeker Produce Co. 1191 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 3-8795 PASSOVER GREETINGS NEW PIONEER HOTEL 151 N. E. First Street 3-5734 PASSOVER GREETINGS ACE RUG CLEANERS 53 S. W. S. River Drire 9-1155 PASSOVER GREETINGS P. M. LEVI PLUMBING 2141 S. W. Third Street PHONE 2-1517 PASSOVER GREETINGS THE WESTERN MEAT COMPANY 2122 N. W. Seventh Avenue MIAMI. FLA. Phone 3-7637 A HAPPY PASSOVER ATLANTIC MARINE BOAT YARD 435 S. W. Third Avenue 3-4641 JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY Roasters and Packers of COFFEES and TEAS 507 North West Miami Court WISH 0bB AM. THBIR JEWISH PTURNDB A HAPPY PASSOVER Phone 2-2174 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SCHRAGER'S SUNDRIES 309 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fla. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Miami Beach Chemical Co. ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS Hotel. Janitor. Santiary Supplies Deodorants. Disinfectants PHONE 5-4353 B24 First St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS HAPPY PASSOVER A. F GIVEN PHONE 2-4033 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 113 Shoreland Arcade MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. POSTAL BUILDING MIAMI, FLORIDA TO ALL PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. EUGENE WEISS Podiatrist Chiropodist PATRICK McCARL GENERAL CONTRACTOR "HOMES OF DISTINCTION" MIAMI FLORIDA TO ALL • A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Adrian McCune REAL ESTATE APPRAISER REALTOR Security Blda. Phone 3-7796 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FREE DELIVERY PHONE 5-1719 FREE GIFT WRAPPING THE MODERN PHARMACY • PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AS PRESCRIBED • FINEST IMPORTED PERFUMES STOCKED • BETTER COSMETIC LINES REPRESENTED BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER f PENNWAY PHARMACY 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue MIAMI BEACH GREETINGS M. L m SALES and SERVICE Friden Calculators and Allen Wales Adding Machines GREETINGS ON THE PASSOVER BIIMIL'S UGE SHIP 657 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER M URPHY TtRMITE CO. Get -The Beat—Forget the Rest" TERMITE ERADICATION—WOOD PRESERVING 100 N. E. 24th Street Phone 2-4307 555 41st Street Miami Beach, Fla. IT IS WITH PLEASURE I EXTEND TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER JACK MOORE PASSOVER GREETINGS MRU POSTAL BUILDING SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building PHONE 2-4958 PASSOVER GREETINGS THE LANG CORP. UPHOLSTERING 2900 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5572



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FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1943 Jen 1st) norkilari PAGE ELEVEN NEW FORD CARS USER BY II. S. Dearborn, Mich.—The most flexible new machine of the war, on land or in the water, the new quarter-ton four-wheel-drive Ford-built amphibian car. is being used by U. S. fighting forces in war zones, it was announced recently. With a carrying capacity of five men, the new addition to the army's transportation arm can plunge into the water and propel itself as a boat The wide range of possible uses of the new Ford-built car is one of the most interesting developments in war transportation. It can ford a river, navigate a lake, even operate in seas that i boat of comparable size can negotiate. This latter operation is made possible by a device PASSOVER GREETINGS WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE H 8. HAHN. Manager Bonded and Inaured Workmen Compensation CLE A N. N 01 SPEC IALISTS Chimney Floor 15*5 Michigan Ave. Window! Ph. 5-5907 which automatically seals off the motor from water penetration when waves or rough water are breaking over the bow. On land it can perform every task ordinarily done by a quarter-ton four-wheel-drive truck designed for land operation only. In the construction of this new mechanical marvel. Ford engineers, in effect, have taken a quarter-ton four-wheel-drive truck and ingeniously "built a boat around it." Highly important, and essential in the hard, gruelling tasks that the new machines are called upon to perform, is the fact that the maximum number of quarter-ton truck parts are interchangeable for manufacture and service. Another feature of this Ford engineering creation is that, if necessary, it can "pull" itself up" a river or lake shore bank that would be difficult for a man to climb. This astonishing operation is accomplished by means of a power-driven capstan, or winch, in the prow of the "boat." Any object on shore, such as a tree or a post, to which a rope can be attached, is sufficient to pull the amphibian car ashore. The controls of the new army transportation unit, for land opPASSOVER GREETINGS MCALLISTER FLORIST -Say It with Flower* but Say It with Ours" 629 8 W. 1ft St. Ph. 2-3773 PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned 1151 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. TELEPHONE 55509 eration, are identical to the quarter-ton four-wheel-drive reconnaissance car. No steering changeover is required from land to water operation. Designing the structure so that normal chassis frame could be retained, assures proper distribution for land operation and permits installation of the motor, transmission, radiator core, fuel tank and other parts, within the frame, before the frame is assembled within the hull. This method of construction also permits building the hull complete and independent of the chassis. It distributes the manufacture and labor functions through approximately the same channel as regular truck production. The speed of repair and the service of parts is also improved. A lightweight and rugged hull, I developed in the Ford engineeri ing laboratories, is suitable for volume production. A new wcldI ing structure and welding gun I was devised to obtain a strong and water-tight seam where the ; panels join. A new frame or hull \ can be installed in the same manner as a new body is put on a truck. The development of a satisfactory, self-priming bilge pump necessitated considerable research and revision in standard pump design to obtain light weight and maximum capacity. The pump controls are conveniently located and the pump is accessible for service and repair. The Ford Motor Company's latest contribution to the country's war effort has come through exhaustive tests by company experts and those of the ordnance department, with convincing success. REFUGEE CONFERENCE TO OPEN WITHIN FEW DAYS Washington (WNS)—The important Anglo-American conference on refugee problems will open in Bermuda within a few days, it was announced this week by Secretary of State Cordell ; Hull. The joint refugee parley i is expected to last one month. At the same time Mr. Hull |said that the names of the American delegation would be I made public shortly. Informed j quarters here said that two memj bers of the Senate and one mem1 ber of the House of Renresenlatives would be included in the delegation. ZION SPEAKS By DR. Z. ISABSHIN Behold, worry not my race. Your tears and sobs restrain. Wake up on globe every place, And new valor swiftly gain. Tell the world your dim story, Point the chapters of your grief. With voice of your old glory Call for justice and relief. You ever preach modest trends, Just in Torah is your lust. Yet, thrown from land to lands, You are kept in heaps of dust. Tyrants find how you to blame In all you are not concerned. Their souls do not feel a shame When they have you robbed and burned. Terrors you come to survive. While peace is your desire. Whenever Mars has to strive. You are first to be on fire. Behold, world is in a haze. Now. you my folk, do awake. Liberty is all on blaze, In fight for peace do partake. Buy War Savings Bonds. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS W. A. DWfflAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO Shorcland Arcada I'll. INK 2-4647 PASSOVER GREETINGS CHARLES APARTMENTS 750 Pennsylvania Avenue PHONE 6-4074 PASSOVER GREETINGS DAN J. ABBOTT ELECTRIC 186 N. E. 20th Strt PHONE 3-6294 Beit Withea or a Happy Passover Chaa. M. Tannenbaum of The Bryan Park Pharmacy DR. CHARLES BECKWITT OPTOMETRIST In Miami Over 25 Veara How often do you check your million dollar eyes? Maybe your Riussi's are not K'VIIIK yu satisfactory service. I>-t us find what ta wrong. Consult Dr Beckwitt, eyesight -i"' I.I.K laboratory on premised. 36 N. E. lit Ave. Phone 2-7108 HAPPY PASSOVER CARUSO'S RESTAURANT 167 W. Flagler Street PHONE 9-2309 To Our Many Friends We Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY PASSOVER CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "Tom's Toasted Peanuts" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE— A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER AND ASSOCIATES NATIONAL TITLE CO. PASSOVER GREETINGS Where Every Meal la a Plaaaant Memory PONCE DE LEON RESTAURANT M. FRANK. Prop. Breakfast Luncheon Dinner SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOODS Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phono 4-9130 Coral Gable.. Fla. PASSOVER GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP REAL HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS 1684 Alton Road Phone 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH SINCERE GREETINGS TO ALL MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY 022 N. W. 27th Street MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-6666 AMOST HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER'S SHELL SERVICE STATION 1101 W. Flagler Street PHONE 2-9161 PASSOVER GREETINGS Miami Conservatory 1737 N. Bayshore Drive PHONE 2-5835 PASSOVER GREETINGS — CALL CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MARKET ALWAYS FHESH FISH PROMPT DELIVERY 2321 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 4-9392 PASSOVER GREETINGS DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 2-9335 PASSOVER GREETINGS Bay State Paint and Wallpaper Co. 2047 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-0621 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Patrona and Friends BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP 518 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach PHONE 5-2260 HOLIDAY GREETINGS To All Our Patrons and Our Friends Miami Pants Store, Inc. J. D. SIMON, President PASSOVER GREETINGS SAM GOLDSTEIN and FAMILY KING'S CLEANERS AND SHOE REBUILDERS 1679 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS PICCIOLO Italian-American Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Ave., Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 5-9031 Famous for its Real Italian Dinners Steaks, Chops, Sea Foods. Pizza Ravioli, Spaghetti GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS 515 First National Bank Badg. PHONE 3-4884 We Extend Our Sincere PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends and Customers THE BLUE DERBY 7th AVENUE and THE TRAIL FINE BREAKFASTS DELICIOUS LUNCHES SUPERB DINNERS COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE PHONE 2-9315 PASSOVER GREETINGS MELROSE BEAUTY SALON 3400 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 2-0336 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER mm FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 2-5840 PASSOVER GREETINGS DIXIE PIG RESTAURANT 101 SSTATE HIGHWAY PHONE 4-9337 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating TACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami, Florida Diamonds Jewelry Luggage Novelties PROVIDENT JEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO. 39 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-3268 PASSOVER GREETINGS from STEVEN'S MARKET 2001 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-3085 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM BOB MARTIN. MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenuo PHONE 6-2040 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER ROBERT R. TAYLOR. JR. AND ASSOCIATES of the COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE PASSOVER GREETINGS NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY E. C. THRALL FLORIDA GENERAL AGENT 2901 Ponce de Leon Boulevard CORAL GABLES PHONE 48-1706 MAY WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER UJ All Milk Produced on Our Own Farm from Registered Jersey Herd FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE 4-2444 MILAM DAIRY ROAD



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PAGE TWELVE +JewlsHhrldnaii FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943 FRENCH SCIENTIST York (WNS>—Professor Cremieux decree," Professor Perrin said in a statement. "Firstly, General Giraud has no right, when he pretends to return the Republican legality, to repeal one of the oldest laws of the French Republic, maintained during 70 years by all the Republican governments whatever their political slant—a law of great importance N t* w Francis Henri Perrin. visiting j in the only part of France now professor at Columbia Univerj liberated. sity and the son of the late Jean, "Secondly, from the point of Perrin, Nobel Prize-winner and view of fundamental rights, it is former president of the French difficult to admit that the few Academy of Science, this week Algerian Jews born before 1870 denounced as a "crime against and still living, to whom French France" the action of General citizenship had been granted by Henri Giraud in abrogating the the Cremieux Law could be deCremieux Law of 1870, which prived of this citizenship (except had conferred French citizenship in individual cases as a penalty on ttie Jews of Algeria. (for criminal activities). But it "It is not possible to state in is certainly a scandalous violation a few words all the reasons for of the basic laws of the French my indignation when I read in constitution, and indeed, of the the speech of General Giraud that constitution of any civilized he had decided to abrogate the country, to deprive a group of Heads J.D.C. Cultural Work A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER from MB. and MRS. JOSEPH CAMNER 2201 S. W. 20th St. Ph. 48-1012 born citizens of their citizenship—and most of the French : Jews in Algeria are now born French citizens." Remember—by buying bonds, you not only make an investment—you are helping Jewish refugees in Nazi countries. ~\ SCHRIBER BAIT & TACKLE SHOP 517 West Avenue PHONE 51923 PASSOVER GREETINGS Blanche's Sundries 1428 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9129 PASSOVER GREETINGS SEYBOLD INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. Seybold Building PHONE 3-4751 HAPPY PASSOVER FLORIDA SALES CO.. Inc. 2229 N. W. First Court PHONE 3-7635 TO ALL WE WISH A HAPPY PASSOVER DUTCH TERRILL MACHINE SHOP ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY REPAIRS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE CALL 9 2351—3 2040 2101 N. W. First Avenue MIAMI. FLA. Dr. Leo June:, prominent New York rabbi, ha* accepted the chairmanxhip of the Cultural Committee of the Joint Distribution Committee, succeeding the late Dr. Cyrut Adler. Since 1926 Dr. Jung ha* been a member of the Cultural Committee, which, in the 28 year* ince the J.D.C. wan founded, ha* spent o\er ? 1.100,000 to at*ist and tupport Jewish education and religious institution* in Eastern Europe, Pales, tine, Latin America and other paris of the world. Accepting the chairmanship of the Cultural Committee, Dr. Jung declared) "While the relief arm of the J.D.C. it striving to make the future a reality for Jcwith vie. tim* of war and persecution, the arm which foster* Jewish culture i* attempting to give that future a meaning." The other member* of the Cultural Committee are Rabbi Herbert S. Coldstein, Abraham Horowitz. Alexander Kahn and Dr. Demhard Kahn. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS VAL C. CLEARY PASSOVER GREETINGS WEBER. THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS SHORELAND ARCADE MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER JILEX A ROMRN—HUSSIM BUR 925 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. A HAPPY PASSOVER TIP TOP GROCERY STORES "THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fifth Street—Phone 2-1194 1301 Weet Flagler Street—Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th Street—Phone 7-6276 M S. W. Eighth Street -Phone 4-4461 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Jaymor Drug Sundry Company WHOLESALE DRUG and SUNDRY CO. 806 N. W. SIM Terrace PHONE 3-3049 PAS60VER OREETINU8 e MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN 403 8*ybeld Building TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER AMERICAN BREWING CO. DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Been MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-2191 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWRYFRESH REGAL TO ALL JEWRY t EVERYWHERE • A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Your County 0 —! %  !— i N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY IICITEI'S JEWELRY COInc. • 1M E. fLAQLia, STRUT PHONE S.21.7 II. S. NE New York (WNS)—Stressing that Americans of Italian origin want none of this barbarism in the United States." Ill Progresso Italo-Americano, leading Italianlanguage newspaper in this country, in an editorial this week condemned "Mussolini's importation of anti-Semitism from Nazi Germany." The newspaper termed Mussolini's anti-Jewish program one of the "blackest crimes committed by the Fascist regime against the Italian people." The editorial stated: "When the Italian nation was free, it was proud of its Israelite sons like Prime Minister Luigi Luzzatti, the steadfast champion of the comman man for half a century, brilliant, incorruptible financial genius, and Foreign Minister Sidney Sonnino. Independent Italy revered its Lord Mayor Ernesto Nathan as head of the Metropolis of the Catholic world. Fervent pride runs through us as we recall Daniele Manin, that courageous leader of the Venetian RepubuV in its heroic defense agaifot Austrian tyranny. Only the NJU race rioters and their squirming Fascist imitators can deny the great credit brought to Italy bv such Israelites as the world famous criminologist Caesar Lombroso; the great jurist Mortara and the renowned associate of Marconi. Dr. Alessandro. "Hitler's gauleiters have robbed at least 15,000 Italian Jews of their jobs. Among those whom Mussolini has driven out is the doctor who delivered the babies of the royal family, Doctor Artom, now in Philadelphia. Italy has been deprived of the services of Tullio Levi-Civita, its greatest mathematician and member of the Vatican Scientific Aeademy." Helps win this three-billion drive—buy stamps and bonds. PASSOVER GREETINGS KING'S FUNERAL HOME 206 S. W. 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Miami, Fla
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April 16, 1943

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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VOLUME 16No. 16
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1943
PRICE 10 CENT
STARTED MONDAY
3EEDS 1] BILLION
The second War Loan 'Cam- |
paign was launched last Monday
with the government Betting a
quota of $13,000,000,000 in gov-
ernment bonds, in which Ameri-
cans throughout the country will
invest their earnings.
National leaders of the drive
realize the enormity of the task
hut expressed confidence that
district quotas throughout the
various areas throughout the
country will be over-subscribed.
With the slogan, "They give their
livesyou lend your money,"
1 K-.il committees here as well as
elsewhere are putting forth every
effort to insure the success of'
the undertaking so vital to the
government and American peo-
ple. Tin' Loan must be raised in
order to insure adequate financ-
ing in the pnscnt struggle which
necessitates unestimable equip-
ment and materials.
Sholem Lodge, B*nai B'rith.
under the chairmanship of Louis
Heiman, president of the organi-
zation, has undertaken the mini-
mum sale of $300,000 in a "Buy
a Bomb) r" drive to assist Greater
Miami in reaching its quota of
$7,000,000. Latest reports from :
the IVnai B'rith office, 650 Sey- .
hold building, headquarters for
the drive, show the figures ex-
ceeding $150,000.
Local organizations are asked
to cooperate with B'nai B'rith in
this undertaking which at the
same time helping the National
War I.nan Drive will privilege
Sholem Lodge to name a bomber.
Series K, F and G are available
through the B'nai B'rith office.
LOCAL TALMUD tORAH
TO HAVE FREE TUITION
Directors of Congregation
Schaarei Zedek this week an-
flounced a change of policy for
l Talmud Torah and insti-
tuted a free tuition program.
Prior to the announcement, plans
were arranged where adequate
financing was secured to enable 1
'tip congregation to issue an in-1
nation to all residents of the'
southwest section to place their:
children in the Talmud Torah 1
without charge.
Housed at 1545 S. W. Third,
Street, the religious school is ac-
cepting registration week days,'
330 to 6 p. m. In making the
announcement in the change of
Policy, the officers of the syna-
gogue stressed their desire to ac-
Icommodate residents of the 1
southwest section regardless of'.
Imembership in the congregation.!
REGISTRATION BOOKS
Miami city registration books I
"fe open at 8:30 a. m. in the city
lark's office on the third floor
of the courthouse, after being re-
lumed from the 48 precinct poll-
| Wg places.
.. Registrations will be taken un-
l"1 5 p. m. and also from 7 p. m.
19n* 9 p m- daily through April
|*u for the May primary. Miami-
Idns registered for previous city
r'W'tions, unless they have moved
I'neir residence, need not re-
register.
Jewish Heroes Add Meaning to Passover
Pvt. Hymie Epstein
Kill,,l ln Action
"That Kid Was The Brit"

Lt. Nohman Secal
Light Bomber Navigator, Air Medal,
4 3 Oak Leaf Clusters and D. F. C

(From painting by Jottph Msrf,l,,0
CPL. Barney Ross
I ought Japs, Fights Malaria
Recommended jor O. S- C.
Lt. Morris Berenson
Four Medal Man
Bombed Europe, Sank 7 Ships
*MMORTAL SERGEANT
The bomber plunged downward through the
driving storm, came within a few feet of the water
and straightened out. Her tanks were almost empty.
The wind was against it and the crew knew they
were going to crash. A young sergeant crawled out
of the bomb-bay and began to unhook the safety
clasps on the life-rafts. The bomber plowed into a
wave with a shattering impact. Somehow the stun-
ned crew managed to get free and, finding the rafts
already afloat, vlambered aboard all except the
young sergeant who had released them. He was
Meyer Levin, America's greatest bombardier and
the holder of three decorations for valor. As the
plane broke up and sank, Sgt. Levin went with it,
having trapped himself by working a moment too
long ot*r those rafts which carried his fellow-crew-
men to safety.
Sct. Theodore Bil
Aerial Gunner
Holds Five Akvrds
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[BASSO IN CONCERT SERIES
1 Prank Edwinn, basso, will be1
', Mature soloist in the second.
*' l'? concert series scheduled j
r Sunday, April 21, under the I
**>rship of the Y. M. H. A.
concert will be held at the I
auditorium.
A. Jews celebrate Passover, Fealival of Freedom, for the second
lime since this country entered the war, thousand* of American service
men of Jewish faith carry the torch of freedom to the far-flung battle-
fronts of the globe.
f SSTHHLTZ f ,he.men rh*',,*rYin/ in tradition,
or their faith, have seen the naked face of the enemy and dealt it a
smashing blow, winning a permanent place in the heart and history of
America. Heroes we mourn are Sgt. Meyer Levin, bombardier who
covered himself with glory while alive, and Private Hyman Epstein
infantryman who put the lives of his comrade* in New Guinea above
VTu *h fomnianding officer upon learning of hi. death,
said of h m. "hat kid was the be.twhen they are handing honow
around, give mine to Hymie Epstein." """,w
Corp. Barney Rom, the boxing champ. Who became a rl,.n.n:.
Marine on Guadalcanal, fight, off malaria .'^TunTl2
Serving in the Highest Tradition of Their Fait.?
Lt. Roy Bricht
n'r*/*' mnd W"*W
1>. F. C. and Silver Star
hospital. He has been recommended for the Distinguished Ser* ice C.
gtetsj^srara & SH|n3fol
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PAGE TWO
ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
i
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
Last Sunday night Both Sho-
lom Center observed its first an-
niversary. The occasion was also
the scene of the installation of
its officers and directors elected
at a recent meeting.
Marcus Berwin, secretary of
the board of directors, was chair-
man of the evening and intro-
duced the retiring president. Al-
TOiWER
THEATRE
W. ITH ST. AT 15th AVE.
OPEN AT 1:46 P. M.
Fri and Matinee Only Sat,
Apr. 16-17
"He's wanted by several
women and the police"
"AFTER MIDNIGHT
WITH
BOSTON BLACKIE"
WITH
CHESTER MORRIS
GEORGE E. STONE
9 e
Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. and Mon.. Apr. 17-19
From Today's Headlines ..
The Story of the Fighting
Guerrillas!
"CHETNIKS"
WITH
PHILLIP DORN
ANNA STEN
MARTIN KOSLECK
VIRGINIA GILMORE
JOHN SHEPHERD
fred B. Rosenstein. who delivered
a message. Mr. Rosenstein pre-
sented service certificates to a
group of members for unselfish
service to Beth Sholom Center,
including Julius Rosenstein. Mrs.
Edith Rose Machtei. Mrs. Sarah
Schoenfeld, Mrs. Hannah Ellis.
Mrs. Camille Baum. Mrs. Martha
Slaff, Mrs. Kate Greenberg, Mrs.
Rell G. Tobin. Mrs. Evelyn Kohn,
Mrs. Mae Zinnamon and Mrs.
Jennie Kamern.
Harry Kohn, member of the
board, presented a farewell gift
to the retiring president in the
name of the board of directors
and the members.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei was instal-
ling officer and delivered a
charge to the incoming officers
and administered the obligation
to the following officers and
directors: President, Abraham
Frankel; first vice-president,
George Cohen; second vice-presi-
dent. Morris Perell: third vice-
president, Robert M. Nordin; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Samuel
Paetro; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Camille Baum; financial
secretary. Mrs. Abraham Zinna-
mon; treasurer. Abraham Zinna-
mon. Directors for a three-year
term: I. C. Greenberg. Morris
Friedberg. Charles S. Tobin. Mrs.
C. S. Tobin, Marcus Berwin and
Harry Kohn. Directors for a two-
year term: Sam Paetro. I. S.
Perse. Samuel Robbins. Mrs. H.
Kohn. Eugene J Weiss and Mrs.
Hannah Ellis. Elected to serve
one Near on the board were:
Roland W. Granat. Mrs. Henri-
etta Berber. Max Rosenstein, Ir-
ving Rothman. Mrs. M. Fned-
Urg and Mrs. J. M Scheaffer.
Mrs. Rell G. Tobin, president
of the sisterhood, presented a
check to the incoming president
;is the balance of the sisterhood's
pledge to the center
Marcus Berwin. in the name
of the co-workers of board chair-
man Charles S. Tobin, and as a
token of esteem f"i" his devotion
and untiring efforts, presented
to the president a large photo-
graph of Mr. Tobin, to be hung
in the board room of the center
speaker this Saturday afternoon,
3:30 o'clock, at the Spinoza
Forum, meeting on the lawn ot
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 11th Street, between Co Ins
Avenue and Ocean Drive .Miami
Beach. Mr. Baglcys topic Will
be "The Joy of Physical Fitness.
BETH DAVID
tion of Women's Clubs' drive to
raise money for their scholar-
sh o funds through affiliated
dubs. The section voted as their
part to give $50 to this scholar-
ship fund.
Samuel Rost. war bone
FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1943
G. ZASLAWSKY WILL CALL
MEETING FOR DISCUSSION
Acting upon the objectives m
forth in his "Open Letter to th*
City of Miami," which was ma,
public on Sunday, March 28
Beth David Sisterhood,
the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam
Dickson. president of P.
will serve as hostess to the stu-
dents of the Sunday school at
a children's Seder on Sunday
morning at 10:30 Parents and
friends are invited.
nominating committee,
under 1 hcadcd by Mrs. Benjamin Meyers
announc
proposed muni-
auditorium, Victory Hall
K="'S *^SgKS
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
for the ensuing year:
Honorary president. Mrs Isi-
dore Cohen; president. Mrs. Monte
Sclig; first vice-president, Mrs.
Stanley Myers; second vice-
president, Mrs. Nat Williams;
third vice-president. Mrs. Morris
Alpert; recording secretary. Mrs.
Herman Wepman; corresponding
ristian As-
sociation, 40 N. E. Third Avenue
Miami.
Zepma
Mrs.
SPINOZA FORUM
Arthur E Bagley, retired phys-
ical director, who for 10 years
was on the radio over NBC six
a week. Will be the ^'..' '

':-.-.
At an interesting and well-
attended meeting of the Miami
section of the National Council
of Jewish Women, held Wednes-
day, April 7, many matters Of
importance were presented and
discussed. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
presided in the absence of Mrs.
Monte Selig. president.
Dr. D. H. Griffitts. head of the
Dade County Health Department,
gave an inspiring talk on the
subject of "Health In Military
Miami." outlining the hopes and
aims of his department
Mrs. Harry Barnhard. interna-
tional relations chairman, pre-
sented a resolution which was
adopted and sent to the Presi-
dent of the United States, urging
him to use his influence to se-
cure promptly the setting up of
a Council of the United Nations.
The body agreed to cooperate
with the Dade County Federa-
secretary. Mrs. David Catsman;
financial secretary, Mrs;. Samuel
Driesen; treasurer. Mrs. Ada
Joseph, and auditor, Mrs. Ethel
Rothlein. ,
Nominated for the board of di-
rectors for three years are Mrs.
Jack Cohen. Mrs. Walter Bron-
ston and Mrs. Elmer Scheuer; for
two years. Mrs. Hyman Kaplan.
The Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
maintain offices at 513 Congress
building, where the work of the
Service to Fop ign-Born program
is carried on by a professional
staff assisted by volunteers. The
council is glad to be of assistance
to all desiring help in filing
naturalization papers.
In keeping with council tradi-
tion, it was decided to donate
S50 to be given to the Jewish
Welfare Bureau for their Pass-
over fund.
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
MAX'S
DELICATESSEN 4
I
1131 W. Flagler Street
TELEPHONE 2-9392
We Carry a Full Line of
MATZOHS. WINES
and All
PASSOVER
ACCESSORIES
We Advise You to Place
Your Order Early
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THE Cb A ROE N OF MEMORIES
mourn iBO
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL CITATCI
WMt Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
IN JUDGING A CEMETERY
. ASK THESE QUESTIONS:
How Convenient Is It?
Mount Nebo is only 10 minute* from 7001
home by car. Easily accessible by bus to
the cemetery In practically the same time.
How Close to the Front Can Ton Get a Plot?
Choice plots are available In Mount Nebo
right in the extreme front of the grounds
not a half mile from the entrance.
Does the Cemetery Hot* Walks?
Or do people have to climb over graves to
reach their plots? Every private plot In
Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path.
Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the
grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn
Srinklert. You could make no Baas
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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
MAY THE SPIRIT OF THE HAGADDAH
BE REALIZED
LISTEN TO BURDINE'S RADIO PROGRAM
SUNDAY OVER WFTL
AT 9:45 A. M.
URGING ALL PEOPLE TO GO TO CHURCH
AND
PRESENTING JOE MITCHELL CHAPPLE
IN A FRIENDLY TALK ON
"COURAGE"
AS EXEMPLIFIED BY
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FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1943
SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
CEREMONIALS
On Thursday morning of last
week Rabbi S. M. Machtei offi-
ciated at the Brith Milah of the
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Presner
at University Hospital.
The circumcision of the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siceel
2143 S. W Sixth Street, took place
at Jackson Memorial Hospital
Wednesday morning. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated.
BAR MITZVAHS
n*uii:i
+Jewish FhrMtan
rLW- 4?th Strcet- M^mi
Beach in the presence of the
immediate families and close
triends.
Rabbi Simon April has returned
jthf clJy with his wife, son
and daughter following a short
trip to Pennsylvania. The family
will make their home here where
Kabbi April serves as spiritual
Z d k ConBre8atin Schaarei
BIRTHS
Pfc. and Mrs. Bernard Green-
stein announce the birth of a
I?"' Ba,rrX David- at st- Francis
Hospital Saturday. Mrs. Green-
MilTer 'S thC frmer Bernice
The Bar Mitzvah of Meyer,
K>n of Saul Sherman, will take
place Saturday morning at Beth
David Synagogue. A reception
in honor of the confirmand will
:ollow.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Friedman an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
sun, Billy, at services at Temple
Israel Friday evening at 8:15.
A r-.-ception will follow the serv-
ices.
2761% aw rS- ?uar2ld Sie*el-
^761 S. W. Seventh Street, an-
nounce the birth of a son. Mer-
rel Gerard, at Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital April 16.
PERSONALS
WEDDINGS
Lt. Sydney Shepard and Miss
Edith Schachter were united in
marriage by Rabbi S. M. Machtei
last Sunday afternoon in a lawn
ceremony at the home of the
groom's uncle, Joshua S. Lipkin,
Harry Markowitz is at home
recuperating from a serious ill-
ness.
it -ir ir
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle are
; home after visiting their son in
! Carolina.
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Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have
recently returned to the city
from New York.
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I Mrs. Ida Cook Farber. chair-
.man of the Ladies' Auxiliary
I National Hillel work of the B'nai
B nth Supreme Council, is visit-
!jng in Miami Beach with her
(husband to attend the gradua-
itionof her son from O. C S
COMMITEE TO SERVE MEN
IN UNIFORM NOT ON DUTY
Activity of the local Army-
Navy Committee to serve the
recreation needs of the men of
our armed forces of this area in-
h Mf0Ur 'acilie in Miami
nuHin^ a.m' Beach Presented in
outline, they are:
toBctlkJacob Servicemen's Cen-
roLin?U1Z ^programs' musicales,
reading and writing rooms, and
refreshments.
Miami Beach Jewish Center-
Dances every Tuesday, refresh:
Muuni Service League of Y.
n. A.: Dances every Satur-
?oany,drancesShmentS' Spedal Squad-
CeMtla,nn KBeach Servicemen's
i-entei. bingo, amateur niaht
community sing, dance instruc-
tions, music appreciation, art
ST' math instruction, quiz
night, reading and writing, games
Ping-pong, etc., refreshments at
ail times.
DR. JOSEPH WEIL MEETS
COMMITTEE IN N. Y.
Dr. Joseph Weil of Gainesville,
dean of the school of engineer-
ing at the University of Florida,
as a member of B'nai B'rith Na-
tional War Service Committee
A. ln LNcw York on April 6th
with other members to consider
expansion of the national pro-
gram.
A. total of 267 recreational
facilities at army camps, isolated
military barracks and naval sta-
tions, air bases, coast guard
oases and army hospitals in 29
states and the District of Colum-
bia were furnished, decorated
and equipped by B'nai B'rith
11 l.cK J y,Car end,nS March
15 as part of its national war
service program, it was an-
nounced recently by Henry Mon-
sky, president of B'nai B'rith
and chairman of its national war
service committee, on the eve
of the 1943 meeting of the com-
PAGS THREE
PREPARE FOR PASSOVER
Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky, spiritual
leader of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation, in a pre-
Passover statement, asked resi-
dents to prepare for the Pass-
over holidays in the real Pass-
over spirit. He also stated the
only product to which he was
lending his supervision and Pass-
over endorsement was Montora
wine, bottled and distributed by
Manhattan Distributors.
Buy War Bonds ana Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
WHEN DEATH OCCURS
PHONE 5-7777
RIVERSIDE
THE FINEST
IN
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SCHAAREI ZEDEK
IT IS WITH PLEASURE
1 EXTEND GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND
ACQUAINTANCES
UIOUIIT
Congregation Schaarei Zedek
and auxiliary will sponsor a chil-
dren g Seder at 3 p. m. Sunday.
Parents, members and visitors are
welcome.
WORKERS^ ALLIANCE
The annual third Seder ob~
servance sponsored by the Na-
K0al)V?rkcrs' Alliance will be
held Wednesday evening at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center
Under the chairmanship of David
friedman. the program will pre-
sent Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
as the main speaker. This will
be the fourth observance spon-
sored by the local group, the en-
tire receipts being forwarded to
the Jewish National Fund.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES -
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
m
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MARK H. RICHARDSON. Jr.
A model Seder will be pre-
sented by the religious school
of Beth Jacob Congregation Sun-
day morning.
DAIRIES
BRINGS YOU
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNKX Repn..ntcrtiT.
MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
Dr Carl N. Herman will ad
arcs* worshipers of Temple Is
J*' ;,t f'assover services Tues-
For
or the benefit of our
>any Jewish Friends.
Southern Dairies will have
Kosher Dairy Products
Jor the week of Passover
Give your order to your
ocer or to a Southern
Dairies Milk Man.
SOUTHERN
DAIRIES
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 4188
Beth El Sisterhood held their
regular semi-monthly meeting
Tuesday with Mrs. Frank Barer
as hostess.
Temple Israel Sisterhood met
at the hostess room of Florida
Public Utilities.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein of
Temple Beth El will be in charge
of special Passover services Tues-
day and Wednesday.
M. A. Dubbin left Friday morn-
ing for Hot Springs, Ark. He
was met by his son, Sidney, at
Little Rock, where they spent
two days. Sidney returned to
camp.
At a meeting of Miami Beach
Zionist District board of di-
rectors held this week complete
plans were discussed for the
Passover concert to be given by
the organization Sunday evenin"
April 24. The Miami Beach High
School auditorium was made
available for the affair and Leo
Robinson heads the committee in
charge. He announce:; an all-
star, show presenting available
talent in the entertainment field.
Sam Kirschbaum, secretary, urges
reservations for those desiring to
attend. Tickets are available
from members of the district.
Keynote of the affair upon
which the sponsors ask support
is that the entire proceeds will
be fiven to the Jcwi.sh National
Fund for Palestine activity.
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VOLUME 16 NUMBER 16
PASSOVER .. .
Not our ancestors, but ourselves were de-
livered out of Egyptian bondage. The good
Jew must say that to himseli as he observes
the Passover, our Hagadah tells us.
This year, Jews will not have to be told
that. The ancient story of Passover is being
relived by Israel. The tyranny, enslavement
and extermination practiced by the ancient
Pharaoah are not very different from that of
the modern Fuhrer.
It is a discouraging thought. One would
think that after two or three thousands years,
tyranny might have been finally conguered,
but the struggle for freedom goes on and on.
The adage, "Eternal vigilance is the price of
liberty," seems only too true. There can be
no relaxing in that fight.
You throw a piece of bread before the
bird. The bird wants the food, but it runs
away on the slightest provocation. Tempting
as the morsel may be, it will not take it until 1
it is sure that it will not be captured. The bird |
treasures its freedom and its little bones, seem-
ingly having inherited the knowledge that this
freedom is very easily lost.
Man is much in the same position. On
every side there are always preying inter-
ests that seek to take him captive. Dema-
gogues who would steal the freedom of his
mind that they may ride into power, selfish
interests of a hundred sort bent on delimiting
in one way or another, his freedom.
The freedom of the Jew is in a particularly
tender position. The London News Chronicle,
a leading British paper, for example, this week,
reports that anti-Semitism is strongly grow-
ing in England. It instances the fact that a
recent British public poll showed that some
people in England think there are three million
Jews in England, whereas the entire Jewish
population in all the British Isles is only 300,000.
A survey in this country has reiterated
these facts.
Anti-Semitism thus has magnified us into
the eyes of our foes 10 times.
Sir Arthur Wauchope, former high commis-
sioner of Palestine, has just written a book
in which he says of Palestine, that "every Jew-
ish immigrant is not a saint."
Of course, they are not, but how saintly
is Sir Arthur to attack this one little hope of
Jewry at a time when Jewry has been under-
going such a titanic martyrdom. At the time,
when democratic England should be sympa-
thetic, if ever, this is what we hear.
These are only two items selected from
a week's report. They do not make very
cheerful reading as we approach Passover.
Yet, there is hope, too. The Egypt that
seeks to destroy usthe Nazi beastwe know
as we approach this Passoverthat her days
are counted.
After that we shall have to deal with the
Egyptians in our midst.
The battle for freedom is an eternal fight!
THWTB rlOM BVDlYWHraE-
iPJtAidi^ eonpdetvtlal
By PHINEAS I. MRON-
THEY GIVEWE LEND
Last Monday saw the launching of the sec-
ond War Loan Fund. With a slogan so true
and so well put that it leaves very little to be
said we let sink in"They Give their Lives
We LEND our Money."
Our guota for this area is 57,000,000. That
is a lot of money. Today we are beyond the
stage of measuring with money. Our future
is at stakea future that concerns the lives of
many near and dear to us. If the start of the
drive is a criterion, then we believe we will
come through in our efforts successfully. In
the foregoing sentence we used the words if
and believe, two words that must be completely
eliminated in this, a vital undertaking. In
other words, we are going to raise our guota.
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, has, in coopera-
tion with the War Loan Drive, put forth a con-
certed effort through a "Buy a Bomber" cam-
paign to aid in the sale of S300.000 of these
bonds. For this, the lodge will receive tho
recognition of leadership that it maintains and
the acknowledgment that our people are in
the forefront of our' country's homefront strug-
gle. This token will be demonstrated by the
privilege of naming a bomber. Buy bonds-
buy through B'nai B'rith.
Coinciding with the observance of Pass
over, this effort reiterates our fight for freedom,
our battle for right over might. We commemo-
rate the liberation and freedom of one period
by buying bonds and acting to liberate our-
selves and all people to a freedom for our
present and future.
CONGREGATION
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
1545 S. W. THIRD STREET
urges all children residing in the
South West Section of Miami
to register in their
Talmud Torah and
Sunday School
and take advantage of the opportunity to
gain a real Jewish Education under
trained, expert and recognized
direction
Free Tuition
(Membership in congregation unnecessary)
REGISTRATION AT SYNAGOGUE
WEEK DAYS, 3:30 TO 6:00 P. M.
Montz M. Drucker and Family of
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LISTEN HERE .
Pierre ran Passen predict! that tha Pan-Arab Conference i0
take place in Egypt, and called with h approval of the British
government, may prove the beginning of a sarioui attempt to
undermine Jewish hopes for a legally assured homeland in Pale,,
tine after the war Right now, ha says, is tha time to start
ruthless campaign against fUch a move ... By the time you read
this Moshe Shertok will be back in Palestine One of the
last visits that Shertok paid while in thii country was to Max
Litvinov, Soviet ambassador to Washington, to whom the head
of the Jewish Agency's political division was introduced by d,
Nahum Goldman Waiting for priorities is Mm. Archibald
Silverman of Providence, who is planning to pay her second war-
time visit to England, in the interests of Zionist funds Dnn-t
miss Joseph Brainin's article in the current issue of The Protestant
entitled "Ani-Semitism Triumphant." it makes some very start
ling revelations ... We hear that Supreme Court Justice Roberts
will be a leading figure at that Bermuda Conference. .
NEWSPAPER STUFF .
Congratulations to Dorothy S. Backer, imaginative publisher
of the New York Post She has become the alk of news
papermen everywhere because of her achievement in transfer-
ing this New York paper into a paying proposition ... An espe-
cially big scoop was her grabbing of Edgar Ansel Mowrer, ace
of foreign correspondents, as a special writer for the Post on in-
ternational subjects Did you see that big ad recently out out
by II Progresso Italo-Americano? ... It set forth the ideak of
democracy and hit anti-Semitism straight on the nose. .
BOOKS AND AUTHORS .
The Bill of Rights Sesquicentennial Committee, of which
President Roosevelt is the honorary chairman and James Water-
man Wise, the national secretary, has published a book called
"Thomas Jefferson. Then and Now1743-1943" ... It is a sympo-
sium on the great American statesman by 56 outstanding con-
tributors We want to assure Ida S. Zelson of St. Louis, and
many others who have expressed puxzlement, that novelist Frans
Werfel has not renounced the Jewish faith That letter of
his published in Time magazine a couple of months ago gave
rise to considerable misunderstanding on this score, but that was
because the text that was printed was only part of what he had
written The passage that was omitted referred to the Chris-
tian guilt for the present plight of so many Jews One thing
we utterly fail to understand is the conspiracy of silence that
seems to have settled about Maurice Samuel's brilliant book.
"The World of Sholem Aleichem" Published over a month
ago. the work has been virtually ignored by the reviewers of
the big papers. .
HEBRAIST NEWS .
Baltimore's New Israel Yeshiva boasts a hieroglyphics ex-
pert among its student body He's Menashel Lehman, who
started his study of the ancient Egyptian priestly writing when
he was just a boy in Sweden Young Lehman is now engaged
in a study of the relationship between the Egyptian and Hebrew
languages ... As you have gathered, this future rabbi is quite
a linguist ... In addition to the languages we have mentioned,
he can speak Swedish. Norwegian. Danish. French, German.
Spanish, English and Yiddishhaving learned the last-named
tongue only recently, after his arrival in America And when
the Ner Israel Rabbinical College ordains Lehman it will only
enjoy the distinction of conferring the rabbinical decree on the
first Jewish boy from Sweden to be so ordained since 1763. when
Jews were first permitted to settle in his native land The
theatrical group of the Histadruth Ivrith. the national organiia-
tion for the Hebrew language in this country, has some very fine
talent Particularly fine is its dancing group, of which Corinne
Chochem is the director The group has studied quietly for
the past six years, and the intimate performance they gave at
the Little Theater of New York's Hunter College a couple of
weeks ago was a revelation to the few privileged to see it
ABOUT PEOPLE .
Major Benjamin Namm. the Brooklyn merchant, is slated
to head the U. S. Purchasing Commission to Brazil, they say
It's not that the ladies' hat business isn't as good as ever, but
refugee milliner Walter Florell feels that there are more im-
portant thing than fancy chapeaux at this timeso he works as
a meciianic in an airplane factory, putting in overtime and all.-
Broadway was somewhat relieved to learn last week that its Dr.
Paul S. Roland, reported missing in action nearly a year ago. u
alive and as well as can be expected under the circumstances,
being a prisoner of the Japanese Dr. Roland, a captain with
the American Army in the Philippines, was taken prisoner after
the fall of Bataan last spring Off on his tour of U. S. Army
bases on foreign soil is harmonica king Larry Adler Secre-
tary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau wants it clearly under
stood that the Treasury's war bond as showing a dachshund
bearing Hitler's mug was not meant to cast any aspersions on
the canine breed, and that, indeed, the Morgenthau household
includes a dachshund of whom the entire family is very fond.
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RELieiQUS ANNOUNCEMENTS
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BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st St.. Miami lieach
g. M. MACHTKI. Rabbi
Friday, 7:15: Kabbolas Shabos:
8 15 P- m new officers' Sabbath.
The ritual will be conducted by
some of the newly installed of-
ficers and board members. Rabbi
S. M. Machtei will speak on "An-
nointed Leaders/'
Saturday, 9:45 a. m. service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The Great
Sabbath."
Sunday, 11 a. m.: Adult Class
in Advanced Jewish Law and
Metaphysics. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "The March To the
Sea"
' Monday, 9 a. m. service: Rabbi
S M Machtei: "Siyum Becho-
nm" 7:15 p. m. service
Tuesday, 9:45 a. m.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei:
I, Ancient Egypt?" 7:15 service.
Wednesday, 9:45 a. m. service:
Rabbi &2 Machtei:
Are We?"
service:
"Where
'Where
TEMPLE ISRAEL
___137 N. K. 19th St., Miami
OOL.MAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RABHI JACOB H. KAPLAN. I'h.D
Rabbi Km.-i llus
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman conducting.
First day Passover service:
Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock,
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on
he subject: "The Festival of
Freedom, and the Four Free-
doms."
Saturday, 11 a. m.: Services.
OBITUARIES
The body of Mrs. Lizzie Schi-
reff, 77, who died in a local hos- i
pital Tuesday, was sent to Rich-
mond, Va., her former home, for
funeral services and burial. Mrs.
Schireff came to Miami eight
years ago and is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Anne Perlin of
Miami, and Mrs. Florence Cro-
mer of Miami Beach. She lived
at 821 S. W. 31st Avenue.
ENDORSES ARONOVITZ FOR
OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER
it an obligation to take an in-
terest in the candidates who ask
to represent me and my neigh-
bor residents of this city. The
people we elect to be our com-
missioners guide the destinies of
the city and each move they
make reflects on each of us and
affects all of us individually,
whatever our vocation. Our city
is a tremendous business and like
all commercial enterprises, must
have competent, capable and ex-
pert men to handle the manage-
ment. These men must also have
an interest that exceeds persons
and personalities and be far
above the taint of many of every-
day politicians whose sole aim
is self-aggrandizement. It is
with all of this in mind that I
believe all Miamians are privi-
leged to have Abe Aronovitz of-
fer himself as a public servant.
It is a privilege to be able to en-
dorse his candidacy, give my
support, and urge all my ac-
quaintances to do likewise."
MA
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Cantor Maurice Mamches, chant-
in Early Sabbath services 7
m Sabbath afternoon: Rabbi
lieachelott: "Passover Theme.
Servicemen's Shalosh S oodoss
by Mrs. Ethel Schafron.
Passover services every eve-
ning at 7 o'clock. Mornings at 7
and 9 a. m. on first and last days;
7 and 8:30 the rest.
Sermons to be delivered by
Rabbi Mescheloff are: Tuesday
morn.np. "Bread of Affliction;"
Wednesday morning. "Passover
Sacrifice" Cantor Maurice Mam-
rh*i will chant.
Daily services: Morning and
evening-______
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
,.,, < w Third St.. Miami
fflMON AI'RIU Rabbi
Services: Friday, 6:43 p. m.
Saturday. 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"Portion of the Week." Passover
.ervici"; starling Monday. 7:15
p m.; Tuesday at 9 a. m.. Rabbi
April preaching: "They Shall
Not Be Sold as Bondsmen. Wed-
nesday at 9 p. m. on the subject:
The roar Sons."
Daily services morning and
tuning.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
ll South Ancln-WH Ave.
v Lauderdale, Fia.
Rf'.'rn "jmagogue servlnit Hollywood,
n rAudardale and Broward Oounty
BAMIU'I- iiai.KVI BARON, Rabbi
Sabbath Haggadol services:
Friday, 8 p. m.
K< "minus School: Sunday, 10
a n
Prsach services: Tuesday, 11
* m.
Sisterhood benefit social for
urn and women.
i rhood night at the^ Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 11 p. m
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
590 H. W. 17 Ave.. Miami
JOSKFH E. RACKOVSKY. Rabbi
LEWIS ('.KEEN. Sexton
.Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
8:30 p. m.; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.: Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky: "The Great Sab-
bath. Shalosh S'oodoss, 5:45 p. m.
Rabbi Rackovsky: "Does the
Goal Justify the Means?"
Monday, 8 a. m.: Siyum for
first born at 7:30 p. m. Tues-
day, 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and
Wednesday, 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m..
Rabbi Rackovsky will conduct
services and address the congr>
gation.
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
635 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
chaKabbalos Shabos, 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m., Rabbi H. M.
Kagan, preaching: "Our Great
Sabbath.
Passover services Monday eve-
ning, 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday at 9
a. m. Rabbi Kagan: "The Miracle
of Passover. Wednesday, 9 a. m.:
"A Prayer for Dew."
Daily service morning and eve-
ning. _____
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
13 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SIIAIMRO, Rubhl
LOUIS IIAY.MAN, Cantor
Friday, 6:30 p. m.: Kabbalas
Shabos service.
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Observing Shabbos Hagodol:
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on
"A Continuous Chain." Junior
services. 10:30. Kiddush will fol-
low. Shalosh Seudos, 6:45 p. m.
Daily services morning and
evening.
Passover schedule: Passover
this year will be ushered in at
sunset Monday evening at 7:15
o'clock. Tuesday and Wednes-
day. April 20 and 21, Rabbi Max
Shapiro will speak in English
and Yiddish on the Central
theme, "A New Exodus." Cantor
Louis Hayman will chant all the
liturgic melodies.
Junior Passover services: The
Junior Congregation will con-
duct special services Tuesday and
Wednesday morning at 10:30. All
children who attend these serv-
ices will receive an excuse for
absence from school.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
MIS Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
ABRAHAM I >. WOLF, Cantor
Rabbi Ernst Lorge, spiritual
leader Ot Temple Israel, Talla-
hassee and Hillel director for the
Florida State College for Women,
will address the worshipers.
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and
the center choir will conduct
Kabalas Shabos at 7:15.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Andron conducting Bible
class 5 p. m.; Oneg Shabot, b
Passover special services start-
ing Monday, 7:15 p. m.; Tuesday
and Wednesday, at 9 a. m.
Daily services: Morning and
evening.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16,
Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Br HARRY SCHWARTZ
gether a plan for conducting
these dances will be made.
Red Cross
The Red Cross Sewing Center
at the "Y" will be closed during
the Passover Holidays, resuming
again on Wednesday, April 28.
"Y." Closed During Holidays
Due to the Passover Holidays,
j the Y. M. H. A. board of directors
', closed from sundown Monday
April 19, until the evening of
Home Camp ISeV**" *,, mmw mtr
It is with great pleasure that Wcdnesday- APril 2I-
we announce the appointment Board Meeting April 21
of George Goldberg as chairman e*\ Wednesday evening,
of the Home Camp Committee
for 1943. Wc are proud of this
appointment because Mr. Gold-
berg is an expert on food and he
will be able to assist us with
the rationing problem. Other
members of the committee will
be announced later.
In response to many inquiries
concerning the Home Camp, we
at
8:3 o clock, a regular meeting of
'he Y. M. H. A. board of directors
will be held at the "Y."
Reserve April 28
On Wednesday. April 28, a
joint meeting of the Y. M. and
Y. W. H. A. will be held. More
details next week.
RECOMMENDED
On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the
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. Ask for B. R. Walzer.
COMMUNITY OF NATIONS
wish to state emphatically that j BE BASED ON BROTHERHOOD
there will be a Home Camp ses-'
sion this year. We plan to start
DR. J. M ROSENTHAL
Ha. Reop.ned Hli Office* t
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Mercantile N.tl. Bank Bldg.
for the practice of diteaee* of the
HEART and LUNGS
For Appointment, Phone 6 2232
at the "Y" office
a booklet contain-
urge too strongly the question' ,in.fi.. lheT contributions of those
of immediate registration lnJ\ Jewish faith to the mili-
Undertakes New Project LSZl miSl? ?"f colintr>'- and
T ,. .. ., .cited many examples of coopera-
In line with the thought of serv-: tion and friendship between
ing the community, the Y W. |those of different denominations
board meeting held in the armed forces, since they
last week, undertook a new ven-
ture in 'he form of dances for
the boys and girls of the teen
ages. For a long time this group
are all united in one common
cause. He assured returning
servicemen that this and other
veterans' organizations will see
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they were good sports. They habilitated
dances' StS&^tSS' did "not Lift Sch^nberg. na-
complain. vet we M? that we $&?&% & u^8'
were not doing our duty by v, ,nr ,V th!' J,'w,sh War
Veterans, outlined the projects of
them.
At a recent board meeting of
the Y. W. H. A., this matter was
BOWL
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thoroughly discussed. It was | p.armg on the
pointed out that dances for these ; were Congressman Pat Cannon
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operate with a committee ap- '
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WELTON
INSURANCE AGENCY
L.ngford Bldg. Phone 3-8658
pointed by the Greater Miami
Jewish Youth Council, and to-
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SERVICE
FEDERATION SETS DATE
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, at its executive com-
mittee meeting this week, set
Sunday, May 16, as the date for
its annual meeting. The nomi-
nation committee will present its
s< lection of officers who will be
elected at that time. The pro-
nan is being prepared for the
v.ning and will be announced
shortly.
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TO OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS AND
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THE CITY OF MIAMI
Recogn,z,ng the participation of its Jewish citizens in
every civic and welfare movement for the good of the
general community, takes pleasure in extending to all
Jewry sincere wishes for
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C. H. REEDER
MAYOR
R. C. GARDNER
FRED W. HOSEA

COMMISSIONERS
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CITY MANAGER
JAMES A. DUNN
LEONARD K. THOMSON
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943
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PAGE SEVEN
WAR RECORDS
COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
greater mmmi hrihv mid nnuv [ommiUEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
PARADE!
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record of All the Men in the Armed Services"
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. Chairman
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chr.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sac.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Mrs. Walter Bronston
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Maurice Grossman
Louis Heiman
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Morris Klass
Mrs. Murry Koran
Harry Markowita
Nat Roth
Milton Sirkin
Joseph Stein
Mrs. Herbert Wallaah
Cazl Weinkle
ABOUT OUR BOYS
HAROLD S. BAMBERG, 825
Alton Road. Miami Beach, en-
rolled at Erskine College, Due
West, S. C, for a course of in-
struction prior to appointment as
an aviation cadet.
CADET ROBERT D. HAYS.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Desmond
Hays, 900 16th Street, Miami
Beach, has completed his basic
training at an army flying school
in Courtland, Ala., and is in ad-
vanced school.
MIAMI BEACH SOLDIER WILL
BE PROMOTED IN RANKS
PHILIP NOEL HESS. 3101 S.
W 24th Street, has been com-
mlssioned a second lieutenant in
the Marine Corps and will un-
dergo the final phases of officers'
training at Quantico. Va., before
leading leathernecks in battle.
Lieutenant Hess is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Edwin Jesse Hess,
4419 S. W. 13th Terrace.
Training at Camp Haan. Cal.,
to I"' an anti-aircraft gunner is
PVT. THEODORE BENNETT
LAZARUS, son of Mrs. Kate
Lazarus of 1845 S. W. Seventh
Street. He was graduated from
Miami Hich School in 1941. He
entered the armed service in
January
Edgewood Arsenal, Md., April
16DAVID W. DECHOVITZ of
Miami Beach, Fla., is scheduled
to become a second lieutenant at
the graduation exercises of the
Chemical Welfare Service Offi-
cer Candidate School here to-
morrow.
He was chosen from the ranks
for this training by his superior
officers because of excellence in
military record, education and
character.
PFC. CLARENCE A. APEL.
who enlisted in the army air
forces, has graduated from tech-
nician school at Keesler Field,
Miss. He is the son of Mrs. E.
N. Apel, 743 N. W. Seventh Road,
and has a brother, EUGENE, in
the navy.
A customs employe before he
entered the service, PVT. IRWIN
J. KANE. 19. is attending a
marine scout and sniper school
in San Diego. A graduate of
Technical High School, he is ex-
pecting foreign duty soon. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Kane, 721 Alton Road, Miami
Beach.
The permanent war rec-
ords division of the Greater
Miami-Navy Committee of the
Jewish Welfare Board will this
week attempt by direct mail
to contact homes of men who
are recorded as in the service.
This is done to secure addi-
tional information. Recipients
of these post cards are asked
to immediately fill them out
and mail. A little effort on
the part of friends and rela-
tives of the men in service will
do much towards perfecting
these needed records. Return
your card without delay!
HONOR ROLL RECORDED BY
BUREAU OF WAR RECORDS
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
ENSIGN BERNARD M. WALL.
23. Miami Beach, has been as-
Mgned to ship duty following his
transfer here to the sub-chaser
training command. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wall.
533 W. 47th Street, and engaged
in the real estate and construc-
tion business here before enter-
ing Midshipmen School at Co-
lumbia University.
CORP. HAROLD G. JACOBS.
Miami Beach, has been assigned
to Army Administration Officer
Candidate School at the Univer-
sity of Florida, his commanding
officer at Camp Butner, N. C,
announced. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney R. Jacobs. 1110
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, and
has a brother, LT. LAWRENCE
JUSTIN, and a brother-in-law
MAUREY FARRELL. also in the
service.
PVT. JOEL HARRY ROSEN-
THAL. 33, is a recent graduate
from the Army Air Forces Arma-
ment School at Lowry Field,
Colo. He entered the service last
November.
BERT W. MARKS. Miami
Beach, was commissioned a first
lieutenant at graduation exercises
at the Medical Field Service
School at Carlisle Barracks. Pa.
LT. PAUL SCHWARTZ. 24, of
Syracuse, N. Y., previously dec-
orated with the Distinguished
Service Cross for "extraordinary
heroism in action" in New Guin-
ea, becomes a twice-decorated
man with the award of a Silver
Star for "leadership and courage
during an attack on Buna Vil-
lage." Lt. Schwartz, whose story
was presented in detail in a Jan-
uary issue of the Honor Roll, has
been commended for leading "one
of the most daring and success-
ful patrol actions on the New
Guinea battlefield."
Do you want him to have full
recognition for his service? Here's
how you can insure his place on
the honor roll of American
Jewry: Send his information to
our Bureau of War Records of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
The bureau is the only recog-
nized body in Jewish life assem-
bling a complete record of Jew-
ish participation in this war.
It needs your immediate co-
operation so that its record will
include the name of your service-
menthe names of all Jewish
men and women from our com-
munity who are in service.
Fill in the form on this page
and mail today to the committee.
CADET HARRY E. FRECH.
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Freeh,
has entered the AAF Technical
School at Yale University for
training to become an officer in
aircraft maintenance engineer-
ing. ______
SGT. JACK ABBOTT, now at
Kessler Field, will arrive at Mi-
ami Beach on or about May 1 for
lO. C. S. School.
Name__________.
Address (Home)
Date of Birth__
Date of Enlistment
(fame of Nearest Relative
Address_________________
_ Relationship.
Branch of Service
Service Address___
Tel No.
Rank
Outfit
Promotion., honors, award* act. of haroUm. casualty o> other
rents or services:
LT. ALFRED SHARFF. 27. of
Portland, Ore., is the posthum-
ous holder of two awards, the
Purple Heart and now the Dis-
tinguished Service Cross. Lieu-
tenant Sharff recorded in the
Honor Roll in February, was
killed in action at Casablanca.
"It has been a source of inspi-
ration to me," Col. Davison. Gen-
eral Staff Corps, wrote to Mrs.
Bernice I. Sharff, the lieuten-
ant's widow, "to read the account
of your husband's exartordinary
heroism in action, and I am sure
it must be a satisfaction to you
to learn that in giving his life,
your husband did so in a manner
even beyond the highest stand-
ards expected of an officer in the
performance of his duty." Mrs.
Sharff lives at 520 S. E. 15th St.
FORWARD MARCH
Each week we will list in al-
phabetical order the names of
the men of Dade County who are
now in the service of the United
States. This week:
Halpert, Stanton.
Harris, William.
Hester, Harold D.
Hirsch, Howard.
Hodes, Frederick P.
Hoffman. Robert Paul.
Hoffstein, George W.
Hollander. Samuel.
Hollub, David.
Halpert, Sol.
Horowitz, Solomon D.
Herman, Alfred.
Hyman. Sidney.
Hays. Robert D.
Haimowitz, Ely.
Israel, Samuel M.
Jacobs, Aaron H.
Jacobs, Arthur.
Jacobs, Jerome P.
Jaffee, Solomon.
Jamison. Charles.
Joseph, Herbert S.
Jacobs. Harold S.
Josepher. Morris L.
Joseph, William.
Jovotovsky, Murray.
Jacoby, William E.
CAPT. RAFAEL ROBERT
GAMSO. 31, of Brooklyn, has
been awarded the Silver Star for
"gallantry under heavy fire,"
continuing to treat wounded with
"utter disregard of his own safe-
ty." Capt. Gamso is on duty in
New Guinea.
KEEP IN
CONTACT
WITH THE BOYS
Next week, on this page.
will appear the address of
local boys in serviceso
their friends may write
"Write to those who fiflht."
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
No Promotion For Him
CORP. BERNARD KESSEL,
the Brooklyn, N. Y., soldier who
practically invaded Oran by him-
General Grant tank of which he
was a gunner got separated from
the main column and entered the
city alone, wrote home recently
from North Africa that he has
turned down a promotion to
master sergeant and a transfer
to a different outfit.
"I was offered a job with an-
other outfit that would meant a
master sergeant's rating for me,"
he wrote, "but I rejected it.
Many people have told me I
acted unwisely, but I feel, and
I want you to feel, that I did the
proper thing. For a better un-
derstanding of what motivated
me, I suggest you read articles
as 'Stuka Horror Over Greece'
and other eye-witness accounts
of Nazi brutality. I have kept
my morale sharpened with evi-
dence describing the violations
that have been committed
against humanity, civilization and
my own personal ideals. By con-
tinuing on my job as gunner I
am in a good position to make
them pay. They owe a lot of
liberty and freedom loving people
all over the world, but the debt
will never be settled if too many
shirk their obligations and duty.
When I made my decision to re-
turn to the front, I made it know-
ing that I was risking every-
thing; I made it with a complete
knowledge of what was at stake,
and with confidence that I would
emerge a winner and not a loser.
That, my dear family, is my an-
swer to you with regard to the
promotion. It would make me
exceedingly happy to know that
you are in accord with me."
A large number of Miami boys,
all active and well known in
the Jewish community, entrained
this week for Blanding and other
military centers. As complete a
MURRAY ZOHN is here visit- list as possible is being prepared
ing his family at 922 S. W. Third and wy,i be published next week.
Street on a 10-day furlough from
the Jacksonville Naval Base. He
is an airplane mechanic.
ELSIE SCHWARTZ enlisted
with the United States forces and
has become a WAAC enrollee.
She was serving as secretary to
Nat Roth, chairman of Perma-
nent Records of the Greater Mi-
ami Army-Navy Committee.
AUX. SYLVIA WAGNER. Mi-
ami girl and sister of Bernie
Wagner, is now stationed with
the WAACs at Daytona Beach,
Fla.
Buying War Bonds at this time
is just another way of telling the
boys in service we are with them
100 per cent.
rEWISH SERVICE MEN
IN WORLD WAR 2
The part that Jewish
service men are playing in
the Armed Forces has found
xpression 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
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Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible
Through the Co-Operation of:
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First Nstlonsl anK EMa-
Adelman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. E. th St.
Abe Aronovitz
Miami, Florida
Carl's Markets
Miami Miami Eaaeh
Cowen's Shoe Stores
1M n. Flagler It Lineal" *
Cromer Wholesale
It N. TMrd St.
Green Bros.
as N. t. Mth
Hub Dry Goods
t N. E. Miami Ava.
Jack C. Jayson
Miami
Donald Lavigne- Uniforms
114 N. E. Second Av.
Hartowitz & Resnick
lilt N. E. Sasond Ava.
Miami Iron & Metal Co.
411 N. W. atnd Ava.
Miami Rug Co.
100 3. Miami Ava.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Sidney H. Palmar, Raaidant Owner
Ricbter's Jewelry Co., lac.
140 E. Flaglar 8t.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth Si.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
144 N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Langford Building
Standard Wholesale Grocery Co.
144 N. B. 10th St.
Joseph R. Stein
Miami, Florida
Sybil's Women's Apparel
74 S. E. First St.


PAGE EIGHT

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FRIDAY, APRIL 16,
Sholem Lodge No. 1040. B*nai
B'rith held its regular meeting
at the Y. M. H. A. building last
Tuesday evening. April 13. This
was the first meeting since the
initiation of the campaign to sell
S300.000 war bonds to 'buy a
bomber."
President Louis Heiman, who
has been devoting considerable
time tp the B'nal B'rith desk at J Second War Bond Drive to sell
the Dade Federal Savings &'$13,000,000,000 in war bonds, and
Loan Association N E. r irst Bnai B'rith s campaign ia just
Avenue, corner N. E. First Street., a dmp ln thl> ,)uck,,t |n th|1 ,.
announced that up to meeting drive. But as drops of water
time $100,000 in war bonds were wear away a .sU)lu. wi .
B'rith's
bonds sold so far to "buy a
bomber." but it is not too late
to sell $300,000 in war bonds dur-
ing the month of April to at-
tain that goal.
Second U. S. War Bond Drive.
$13,000,000,000; Miami quota, $7,-
000; B'nai B'rith Buy a Bomber,
Drive. $300,000.
We are in the government's'
every business organization in
this area, is asked to buy war
bonds in April through B'nai
B'rith.
Help buy that bomber. Help
name the bomber after it is
bought.
Ward Addresses Lodge
Earlier in the meeting William
Ward, president of the Chamber
of Commerce, addressed mem-
bers of Sholem Lodge and the
Ladies' Auxiliary. His remarks
were with respect to "Miami, Its
Present and Future Mr Ward
pointed out the evolution of Mi-
ami, from a tourist resort to a
place in which the development
of war industries ia changing the
entire complexity of the ana,
both physically and industrially.
It is contemplated that Miami
will take its place with the great
ports of the nation and the at-
tendant expansion that neces-
sarily follows
CONCERT SCHEDULED
FOR MIAMI HI SCHOOL
The last subscription concert
of the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra will take place
at the Miami Senior High School
Auditorium Sunday, April 18. at
4:45 o'clock under the direction
of Modesto Alloo. The Oratorio
Elijah'' with orchestra, chorus
and quartet will be featured. Ar-
tists taking the leading roles will
include Arthur di Filippi. Marian
H. McCreedy, Beatrice Hunt and
Robert Reinert.
Buy War Savings Bonds.
sold through B'nai B'rithtak
ing in Sholem Lodge and the
Laeues' Auxiliary.
As might have been antici-
pated, a concerted effort to aug-
ment the sale of war bonds was
made at this meeting, which re-
suited in the sale of $25,000 in
war bonds.
The response to the appeal was
gratifying, and with the half-way
mark in the campaign it is anti-
cipated that more than half the
goal set will have been achieved.
It was announced that arrange-
ments have been completed
B'nai B'rith to take charge of
the war bond booth in front of
Burdines' Wednesday, April 28
Members of the community arc
asked to make a special note ol
the date, so 'hat the record of
sales for that day will reflect
credit upon the efforts of B'nai
B'rith. It would be disastrous
were it otherwise
Too LittleBut Not Too Late!
Too little is the amount in war
TO ALL -
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
J. J. FARREY and
ASSOCIATES
Building Division
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
"drop" added to other
ps" whittle down those 13
billions and just as surely cut
the ground from under the Axis
forces,
The news-reels, from time to
time, showed scenes of patriotic
citizens of other countries filling
baskets with pieces of then- jew-
elry and other precious metals to
help out in the present en
encies- -gifts to their counti
The United States does not ask
US to make such saenfie. \v.
are asked to invest in war bonds
and eam. at maturity, $1 for
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943
BOTHJI1897
(Keren Kayemeth Le Iirael)
It* Origin, Principles and
Achievement*
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Miami Beach, Fla.
A Origin: In 1897, at the
first Zionist Congress, Prof. Her-
man Schapira of Heidelberg, of-
fered a formal resolution for the
founding of a National Fund
which was unanimously adopted.
It was not, however, until the
Fifth Congress, held in Basle in
1901, that the Jewish National
Fund was definitely launched
upon its epoch-making career.
A national commission was elect-
ad to which, among others, Prof
Richard Gottheil of the U. S. A.
was named. The first president
of the fund was Johan Kremen-
iUky. He initiated the methods
+Jewlsti ncrkUan
fiLJSSSf^ ,or collection of
funds which are known and em-
Kuf ra"g methdS
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126 Eighth Street
PHONI S-91S6
..!: ,PrinciPles and policies: The
underlying principles and by im-
plication the policies which were
adopted and adhered to are con*
SSE?. wpro'eor Schapira's
h MG.f t^jroject. The Jew-
sh National Fund is to be the
^nni?Urcha8lnP agency of the
2fl .organization; the land
wnitn it acquires is to be for-
ever the common and invaluable
property of the Jewish people
never to be sold: only to be
leased; only so much land is to
be leased to one settler as he and
rus family can cultivate. This
land policy protects the country
irom social-economic ills result-
ing from private ownership of
land. It eliminates the evil of
speculation. When we remember
the wave of speculation in land
yjJ took Place in Florida in
1926, when vast fortunes were
lost, we can realize the sound-
ness of this policy. Another
aspect of national ownership of
land is that if the value of land
rises because of the general
progress of the country, it adds
to the wealth of the community
and does not enrich the indi-
vidual, who very often has con-
tributed nothing to the increased
value. It is also desirable that
the land redeemed by the Jew-
ish people, a great sacrifice, shall
PAGE NINE
not pass into non-Jewish hands;
it also serves as a safeguard
against using cheap Arab labor
instead of giving employment to
the Jewish worker.
IN THE HEART OF DOWN-TOWN MIAMI
TURF EXCHANGE BAR
Miami's Most Popular Bar
279 East Flagler St, (Opp. Cor. Elk. Club) Phone 2-8944
This policy of the J. N. F. of
granting land as hereditary lease-
holds insures that every foot of
soil is used to increase the Jew-
ish population. The J. N. F. does
not interfere in the affairs of the
individual. He enjoys the same
privileges of utilizing the soil
that he would have, were it his
own property. The lease is re-
newed every 49 years and he
may bequeath it to his children.
He has the right to sign over
the lease to another person with
the consent of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. The main condi-
tion insisted upon is that the
land be cultivated; if after a cer-
tain period it is not cultivated,
the lease is revoked and trans-
ferred to another.
The J. N. F. lease saves cap-
ital and interest on the cost of
the land to the settler and helps
him considerably in the difficult
first years, by reduction or re-
mission of ground rent. The J.
N. F. can buy advantageously,
because the tracts it requires are
large and mostly uncultivated.
It is not fanciful to trace the
idea of the J. N. F. principles back
I to the transmitted tradition of
| Jewish soil policy in ancient
| tunes. The Jewish law. thou-
sands of years ago, stipulated
j that "the land shall not be sold
1 in perpetuity" Leviticus xxv 23).
The J. N. F. land policy is not
only in harmony with the loftiest
humanitarian teachings of mod-
ern times, but are dictated by
practical considerations, national,
economic and social. To quote
Maurice Samuel (N. P. 2/20.42):
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250 20th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-9501
For Better Health Visit the
MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
A Modern Institution
Dedicated To Health
...8,p,elall,lno in Rehabilitation
Utilizing Laboratory Tests. Diag-
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vitamin Therapy and other effl-
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Special, exclusive equipment for
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"Today, in Palestine, 120 square
miles of good soil, part of the
Jewish homeland, are the prop-
erty of the Jewish people in per-
petuity. It can never revert to
the open market and become be-
smirched by the struggle, for per-
sonal possession; it is going to
be inhabited, for all time to
come, by groups of men and
women who pursue a co-opera-
tive life, or are in some way
part of the working class; no
one will ever speculate with a
square foot of it; use it in a ris-
ing market to make a higher
profit on rent or sale; it will
never lend itself to the exacer-
bation of an economic crisis or
to the creation of a false and
dangerous inflation of land
values; on the contrary, it will
actit has already actedas a
brake against these extremes."
C: Activities and achieve-
ments: The activities of the J
N. F. cover two different periods-
one of preparation and experi-
ment, the other of considerable
achievement. The first 20 years
from the first congress until
after the first World War. were
for the fund years of searching
for ways and systems. The last
20 years, under Ussishkin's lead-
ership, marks an epoch of land
purchase on a large scale and
according to a systematic land
policy.
The first efforts were directed
toward bringing young settlers
into Palestine. The older Jew-
lsh agricultural colonies depend-
ed on Baron Rothschild for fi-
nancial support and on Arab
labor for help. An 'infusion of
new blood was needed. The fund
began to purchase land and make
it fit for habitation and cultiva-
tion. Extensive reclamation work
was necessary, as draining of
malarial swamps, digging of wells
and planting trees. This pre-
pared land for settlement and
also furnished employment for
Jewish labor.
In spite of great handicaps: as
limited funds, the hostility of the
Turkish government and lack of
a definite system of land redemp-
tion, the J. N. F. accomplished
much in many fields, but prin-
cipally in the establishment of
Jewish settlements in Palestine,
and so consolidated our position
in the land, that not even the
ravages of a World War was able
to uproot it. At the time of the
first World War the J. N. F. had
acquired about 22,000 dunams on
which were founded a score of
agricultural settlements.
Its great opportunity came
after the war, when all great
(Continued on Page 10)
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FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A
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nil v w, THE TROPIC BAR
"35 R. Miami Avenue Phone 3-9428
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FRIDAY. APRIL 16. I943
PAGE TEN
Jewlstincrldteri
F
ADOPTED III 1897
(Continued from Page 9)
nations, including the United
States, declared in favor of cre-
ating a Jewish National Home
in Palestine, and awarded the
mandate over Palestine to Great
Britain. A great rush of Jewish
pioneers, the heroic Chalutzin
flocked to Palestine from all parts
of the world. The J. N. T.
ready for them. With its in-
creased income, definite plans
and Ussishkin's leadership, it ad-
dressed itself with great energy
to the redemption and reclama-
tion of the land.
Ussishkins first large-scale ac-
complishment was the purchase
of the extensive land tract in the
Valley of Jezreel. It was op-
posed by some, but in the light
of history, it proved to be the
act of a great man of vision and
action. In the last year of his
presidency, in 1941, the JN. F
holdings were close to 600.000
dunams on strategically located
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land tracts in Palestine's four
principal valleys, upon which 16/
agricultural colonies have been
established. And, to a tree-
denuded country, a reforestation
program planted a total of over
three million trees, increasing the
moisture and conserving the sou
of the country.
The space of a short article
does not permit to enumerate the
many blessings and wonders
which the Jewish National Fund
has worked in Palestine, and
which have benefited Jew and
Arab alike. Its educational work
for Yishuv and Jewry of the
world; its appreciable contribu-
tion to the present war effort in
the Middle East; its significance
in the political struggle of our
people, when the hour comes to
decide the fate of Palestine, after
the war. all this and more will
require additional study.
The achievements of the Jew-
ish National Fund has added a
golden chapter to Jewish his-
tory, and it well deserves the
support which Jews and non-
Jews have bestowed upon it so
lavishly.
Baron James de Rothschild.
French banker and philanthro-
pist who served in the French
air force until the fall of France,
arrived in England this week
after escaping from France with
his wife and two daughters He
was in Vichy until September.
1941, when the Nazi-controlled
Vichy government ousted Jews
from the banking profession. He
later went to Cannes and re-
mained there until December.
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the victory and in the trlumuh of^ th^ i j#
-jig Jewish Na-
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h ISSU.-'i Hll
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(.shown h'T'-i
which will *
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toward, the Sff^^SSSSX
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three-juarter Inch In _," ,)0r-
blem. decorative and JJJ{5,C; ,,..
,,.,.,! Fund volunte..rs ai. a tk. n or
participation In the Am wwi < '
^ rESSrlal to th* '">':"fi,
&afTn^iS"N^nSltt,
in Palestine.
H H Lehman. U. S. director
of foreign relief and rehabilita-
tion, arrived in London recently
to make an investigation of the
relief needs in the areas which
are expected to be liberated by
the United Nations from Axis
control. He scheduled confer-
ences with British Foreign Sec-
retary Anthony Eden and with j
representatives of the various ex-
iled governments.
Investing in War Bonds today,
means the purchasing of freedom
for tomorrow.
MEN OP TO MS ABE NOW
^JtED TOJABM WORK
S&LHttrCS
the annual report of ^the society
iust made public. farm wr
Uement cannot embrace masses
VSSSSm the report and mdis-
criminate placement on larms
'are so vital to our country s wel-
fare our experience over 40
yeaVs. and especially in the las
several years is assurance that
nuick and effective change can
g? made to farm life by men
WthSto engaged in other activi-
Of unusual significance at a
time when food is ammun.ton
and when older men are being
directed to farming as part of
fhe war effort, is the society*
report that over 14,000 farm
loans have been made to farm-
ers in 40 states since its inception
The society, founded in 1900,
has been an important factor in
the increase of Jewish farmers
in America from less than 1.000
in 1900 to more than 100.00 in
1942. "Loans," the report ex-
plains, "are made which cannot
ordinarily be obtained through
other channels" "The ade-
quacy of the security is gauged
nui alone by tangible values, but
alsoand often more soby the
personal equationthe borrow-
er's ability and integrity." in
1942, 302 loans in 11 states were
approved, totaling $242,527.18 in
cash and in mortgages taken back
in sales of farms.
Now is the time to be patri-
oticbuy bonds and help your
fellow-countrymen across the
seas in Nazi-controlled Europe.
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PHONE 3-8795
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151 N. E. First Street
3-5734
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ACE RUG CLEANERS
53 S. W. S. River Drire
9-1155
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P. M. LEVI
PLUMBING
2141 S. W. Third Street
PHONE 2-1517
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THE WESTERN MEAT
COMPANY
2122 N. W. Seventh Avenue
MIAMI. FLA.
Phone 3-7637
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BOAT YARD
435 S. W. Third Avenue
3-4641
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309 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fla.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1943
Jen1st) norkilari
PAGE ELEVEN
NEW FORD CARS
USER BY II. S.
Dearborn, Mich.The most
flexible new machine of the war,
on land or in the water, the
new quarter-ton four-wheel-drive
Ford-built amphibian car. is be-
ing used by U. S. fighting forces
in war zones, it was announced
recently.
With a carrying capacity of
five men, the new addition to
the army's transportation arm
can plunge into the water and
propel itself as a boat
The wide range of possible
uses of the new Ford-built car
is one of the most interesting
developments in war transpor-
tation.
It can ford a river, navigate
a lake, even operate in seas that
i boat of comparable size can
negotiate. This latter operation
is made possible by a device
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
H 8. HAHN. Manager
Bonded and Inaured Workmen .
Compensation
CLE A N. N 01 SPEC IALISTS
Chimney Floor
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which automatically seals off the
motor from water penetration
when waves or rough water are
breaking over the bow. On land
it can perform every task ordi-
narily done by a quarter-ton
four-wheel-drive truck designed
for land operation only.
In the construction of this
new mechanical marvel. Ford
engineers, in effect, have taken
a quarter-ton four-wheel-drive
truck and ingeniously "built a
boat around it." Highly impor-
tant, and essential in the hard,
gruelling tasks that the new ma-
chines are called upon to per-
form, is the fact that the maxi-
mum number of quarter-ton
truck parts are interchangeable
for manufacture and service.
Another feature of this Ford
engineering creation is that, if
necessary, it can "pull" itself up"
a river or lake shore bank that
would be difficult for a man to
climb. This astonishing opera-
tion is accomplished by means
of a power-driven capstan, or
winch, in the prow of the "boat."
Any object on shore, such as a
tree or a post, to which a rope
can be attached, is sufficient to
pull the amphibian car ashore.
The controls of the new army
transportation unit, for land op-
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eration, are identical to the
quarter-ton four-wheel-drive re-
connaissance car. No steering
changeover is required from land
to water operation.
Designing the structure so that
normal chassis frame could be
retained, assures proper distribu-
tion for land operation and per-
mits installation of the motor,
transmission, radiator core, fuel
tank and other parts, within the
frame, before the frame is as-
sembled within the hull.
This method of construction
also permits building the hull
complete and independent of the
chassis. It distributes the manu-
facture and labor functions
through approximately the same
channel as regular truck produc-
tion. The speed of repair and
the service of parts is also im-
proved.
A lightweight and rugged hull,
I developed in the Ford engineer-
i ing laboratories, is suitable for
volume production. A new wcld-
I ing structure and welding gun
I was devised to obtain a strong
and water-tight seam where the
; panels join. A new frame or hull
\ can be installed in the same man-
ner as a new body is put on a
, truck.
The development of a satis-
factory, self-priming bilge pump
necessitated considerable re-
search and revision in standard
pump design to obtain light
weight and maximum capacity.
The pump controls are conveni-
ently located and the pump is
accessible for service and repair.
The Ford Motor Company's
latest contribution to the coun-
try's war effort has come through
exhaustive tests by company
experts and those of the ord-
nance department, with convinc-
ing success.
REFUGEE CONFERENCE TO
OPEN WITHIN FEW DAYS
Washington (WNS)The im-
portant Anglo-American confer-
ence on refugee problems will
open in Bermuda within a few
days, it was announced this week
by Secretary of State Cordell
; Hull. The joint refugee parley
i is expected to last one month.
At the same time Mr. Hull
|said that the names of the
American delegation would be
I made public shortly. Informed
j quarters here said that two mem-
j bers of the Senate and one mem-
1 ber of the House of Renresenla-
tives would be included in the
delegation.
ZION SPEAKS
By DR. Z. I- SABSHIN
Behold, worry not my race.
Your tears and sobs restrain.
Wake up on globe every place,
And new valor swiftly gain.
Tell the world your dim story,
Point the chapters of your
grief.
With voice of your old glory
Call for justice and relief.
You ever preach modest trends,
Just in Torah is your lust.
Yet, thrown from land to lands,
You are kept in heaps of dust.
Tyrants find how you to blame
In all you are not concerned.
Their souls do not feel a shame
When they have you robbed
and burned.
Terrors you come to survive.
While peace is your desire.
Whenever Mars has to strive.
You are first to be on fire.
Behold, world is in a haze.
Now. you my folk, do awake.
Liberty is all on blaze,
In fight for peace do partake.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 16. 1943
FRENCH SCIENTIST
York (WNS>Professor
Cremieux decree," Professor Per-
rin said in a statement. "Firstly,
General Giraud has no right,
when he pretends to return the
Republican legality, to repeal one
of the oldest laws of the French
Republic, maintained during 70
years by all the Republican gov-
ernments whatever their political
slanta law of great importance
N t* w
Francis Henri Perrin. visiting j in the only part of France now
professor at Columbia Univer- j liberated.
sity and the son of the late Jean, "Secondly, from the point of
Perrin, Nobel Prize-winner and view of fundamental rights, it is
former president of the French difficult to admit that the few
Academy of Science, this week Algerian Jews born before 1870
denounced as a "crime against and still living, to whom French
France" the action of General citizenship had been granted by
Henri Giraud in abrogating the the Cremieux Law could be de-
Cremieux Law of 1870, which prived of this citizenship (except
had conferred French citizenship in individual cases as a penalty
on ttie Jews of Algeria. (for criminal activities). But it
"It is not possible to state in is certainly a scandalous violation
a few words all the reasons for of the basic laws of the French
my indignation when I read in constitution, and indeed, of the
the speech of General Giraud that constitution of any civilized
he had decided to abrogate the country, to deprive a group of
Heads J.D.C. Cultural Work
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born citizens of their citizen-
shipand most of the French
: Jews in Algeria are now born
French citizens."
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PHONE 3-4751
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MIAMI. FLA.
Dr. Leo June:, prominent New York
rabbi, ha* accepted the chairman-
xhip of the Cultural Committee of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
succeeding the late Dr. Cyrut Adler.
Since 1926 Dr. Jung ha* been a
member of the Cultural Committee,
which, in the 28 year* ince the
J.D.C. wan founded, ha* spent o\er
? 1.100,000 to at*ist and tupport
Jewish education and religious in-
stitution* in Eastern Europe, Pales,
tine, Latin America and other paris
of the world. Accepting the chair-
manship of the Cultural Committee,
Dr. Jung declared) "While the relief
arm of the J.D.C. it striving to make
the future a reality for Jcwith vie.
tim* of war and persecution, the
arm which foster* Jewish culture i*
attempting to give that future a
meaning." The other member* of
the Cultural Committee are Rabbi
Herbert S. Coldstein, Abraham
Horowitz. Alexander Kahn and Dr.
Demhard Kahn.
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New York (WNS)Stressing
that Americans of Italian origin
want none of this barbarism in
the United States." Ill Progresso
Italo-Americano, leading Italian-
language newspaper in this coun-
try, in an editorial this week
condemned "Mussolini's importa-
tion of anti-Semitism from Nazi
Germany."
The newspaper termed Musso-
lini's anti-Jewish program one
of the "blackest crimes commit-
ted by the Fascist regime against
the Italian people." The editorial
stated:
"When the Italian nation was
free, it was proud of its Israe-
lite sons like Prime Minister Lu-
igi Luzzatti, the steadfast cham-
pion of the comman man for
half a century, brilliant, incor-
ruptible financial genius, and
Foreign Minister Sidney Son-
nino. Independent Italy revered
its Lord Mayor Ernesto Nathan
as head of the Metropolis of the
Catholic world. Fervent pride
runs through us as we recall
Daniele Manin, that courageous
leader of the Venetian RepubuV
in its heroic defense agaifot
Austrian tyranny. Only the Nju
race rioters and their squirming
Fascist imitators can deny the
great credit brought to Italy bv
such Israelites as the world
famous criminologist Caesar Lom-
broso; the great jurist Mortara
and the renowned associate of
Marconi. Dr. Alessandro.
"Hitler's gauleiters have robbed
at least 15,000 Italian Jews of
their jobs. Among those whom
Mussolini has driven out is the
doctor who delivered the babies
of the royal family, Doctor Ar-
tom, now in Philadelphia. Italy
has been deprived of the services
of Tullio Levi-Civita, its great-
est mathematician and member
of the Vatican Scientific Aea-
demy."
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