VOLUME 16, No. 17
Coms,NINg tHhb Jhewiislh HJinSlty
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1943
New YorkWithout 'in any
affecting the character, purpose
and objectives of the American
A embhr, convening of
t, ii was authorized by the
Pittsburgh Conference of Na-
tional Jewish Membership or-
ganizations, the Executive Com-
mittee hi the assembly this week
voted In change the name from
American Jewish Assembly to
. in Jewish Conference.
At tin same meeting, the Ex-
ecutive Committee announced
thai the application of the
Americai Jewish Committee for
admission to the American Jew-
ish Conference was accepted.
making a total of 43 organiza-
tions now affiliated with the
conference Allan Stroock of
the American Jewish Committee
represented tl al organization at
the meeting oi the Executive
The National Council of Young
Israel and the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America were voted places
on the Executive Committee.
Adherence t< ,. conference by
ihr National Council of Jewish
Women was also announced, with
Mrs. Maurice ('oldman, president
oi the council, as its representa-
tive on the Executive Committee
The rules for the election of
LAST JEWS DEPORTED
AFTER HEAVY RAIDS
Stockholm (WNS)The last
remaining Jews in Berlin have
been deported by the Nazis to
unknown destinations following
the recent heavy Royal Air
force raids on the Nazi capital
according to reliable informal ion
received here this week.
The number of J< ws involved
in the last purge is unknown al-
though it had been estimated pre-
viously that about 25.000 Jews
remained in Berlin. The Jews
were deported, making the Nazi
stronghold completely "jude-
nen." to make room for German
"Aryans'* who were bombed out
of their homes.
Following established Nazi
practice, the Jewish homes, in-
cluding furniture and all save
verj personal possessions, were
'turned over to the homeless Ger-
mans. Gestapo agents seized
Jews in their homes and on the
stnets and hurried them off to
three special concentration cen-
ter! in the city from which they!
were subsequently transported.
PRICE TEN CENTS
Bv PAUL WEITZMAN
WELCOME IS EXTENDED
TO RETURNING JEWS
Stockholm (WNS)The Swe-
dish press extended a cordial
welcome this week to the first
group of 105 Swedish Jews who
returned to this country from
Nazi-occupied territories, par-
ticularly Holland and Fran e
The press urged the Swedish gov-
ernment to aid the returning
Jews until such time as they
Additional Swedish Jews are
HelD "Buv a RnmKa," expected to return from Nazi
SOlNov,' S^fiT! V '/I 5 J^ tiPoland" Man?, ",h sc
men* come to' he a id "o Eg 5? *?.**?* '" A adop?
country. This is no long,, a set COUa*> for m^ I
CAPTAIN PIERRE BLOCH
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
I London (WNS)Gen. Henri
Giraud's abrogation oi the Cre-
[mieux Law of 1870. which had
conferred French citizenship on
the native Jewish population of
Algeria, was severely condemned
by Capt. Pierre Bloch, an army
officer attached to General de-
Gaulle's headquarters in London,
in an article in the current is-
sue of La Marseillaise. Fighting
sentence for typing beginners but
during this critical period has
become a slogan which requires
literal compliance in this War
Patently. B'nai B'rith could not
hope to sell $300,000 in war bonds
during the month of April if
sales were limited to members
on its roster. Just as obviously.
the successful completion of its
drive" will bring credit to the
entire community and is in that
sense a community project set
m motion by B'nai B'rith.
No stone is left unturned and
no personal efforts are spared by
the workers of Sholem Lodge and
the Ladies' Auxiliary to insure
PASSOVER COMMEMORATES ACT OF RESCUE
JEWS IN IB!
ME TO WORK OH
London (WNS)Nazi Field
Marshal Rommel, whose Axis
forces have been crowded into
the northern section of Tunisia
I by the Allied armies, has ordered
<. i-auio auaiu e the mobilization of all Jews be-
the success of this undertaking. tween the ages of 16 and 60 to
By coincidence the "Buy a build fortification* against the
Bomber" campaign is taking Iexpected Allied onslaughts, it was
place at the same time the gOV- I reported here this week.
ernment has launched its Second It was estimated that at least
War Bond drive this time to 3.000 Tunisian Jews were freed
sell $13,000,000,000 in war bonds. from their forced labor tasks by
Without the incentive of CO-1 the British Eighth Army's occu-
operating in the noteworthy proj- pation of Gafsa, Sfax and Kai
ect of the outstanding Jewish rouan in pursuit of the fleeing
fraternal organizations in this Rommel. Dispatches from Tu-
community residents of this ana nisia indicated that the Jewssuf-
would strain their purses to fill fered most heavily during the
the Miami quota of ST.000.000 in Axis occupation of these cities
war bonds. i Jews were compelled to work
The response to the concurrent as slave laborers and the slight
"drives" has been good, but with1'
the end of April just a few days
off much still must be done be-
fore B'nai B'rith can call it a
day. satisfied that the "bomber'
' is a reality. Everyone is asked
j to check his April bond purchases
against his income and financial
resources. Even if it means he
EYES OF WORLD
US PHU OFESS
Washington (UNS)The eyei
of the anti-Axis world wen
turned to Bermuda this week
for the opening of the long-
awaited Anglo-American confer-
ence on war and post-war refu-
gee problems. The conference,
which is expected to last one
month, marks the first tangible
step toward implementation of
repeated assurances by both the
United States and Great Britain
of joint assistance to the Jews
and other victims of Nazi perse-
Informed quarters here, how-
ever, held little hope that anv
concrete rescue program would
emerge from the Bermuda de-
liberations since state depart-
ment officials have stressed that.
the conference will be of an "ex-
ploratory" nature only.
The conference will be held in
relative secrecy as a result of the
last-minute shift from Ottawa to
Bermuda Inadequate transpor-
tation facilities made it necessary
for the state department to limit
the number of newspaper re-
porters covering the discussions
to fourone each from the major
press syndicates Interested wel-
fare and refugee organizations in
this country have similarly found
it impossible to send represen-
tatives to the meeting.
On the eve of the Bermuda
(CONTINUEO^ON PAGE 5)
est infraction of regulations
brought stiff prison terms and
heavy fines. In many cases, the
Jews were deprived of their ra-
tion cards Looting of Jewish
stores and homes went on con-
tinuously. A report to the Lon-
don Jewish Chronicle said that
the Nazis confiscated 800,000
IS BEIKE MADE
Or SHOLEM LODGE
IVfUUlWV^l. *J V. 1 1 41 i( IIICUIIO 1IC | 11." ..(. I I IMlll.
can purchase only small denomi- francs in cash and possessions
nation bonds, the bonds should [ from the Jews of Sfax. Chap-
be purchased. | lain Rabinovitch of the victorious
Those who have not purchased British Eighth Army reported to
... U.. J.. t_ A ~_M____..* _^_ thn Ltu'ich PKr^ninln < L t *...
Passover, the Festival of Freedom, commemorates the greatest
r k numan rescue in the recorded history of mankind. The hopes
" hundreds of thousands of Jews in Europe this Passover are pinned
"J their possible rescue through emigration from Hitler's concentra-
H r.lllip,, -., I_________.1____u___u..,.,.
! any bonds in April, as yet. are
particularly asked to do so at
B'nai B'rith has a desk at the
, Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association, N. E. First Avenue
and N. E. First Street, where
a B'nai B'rith representative is
on hand during banking hours.
There is also a desk at the Mer-
cantile National Bank. Miami
Beach. Make sure you buy
bonds at these desksthere are
other desks there, but B'nai
B'rith cannot credit sales of war
bonds to its "Buy a Bomber"
campaign unless bought at these
desks or through the B'nai B'rith
office, 650 Seybold building;
the Jewish Chronicle that the
Nazis defaced and destroyed
synagogues and holy objects be-
fore they fled.
TRIBUTE IS HIDE
Jerusalem (WNS)The Zionist
. flag flew at half mast and the '
K B'rith Day at Burdine Booth "tT JWraSSliW 2&*
Wednesday. April 28. B'nai I S^JffJkt hi Br,gadJer F"'denck
H. Kisch. chief engineer of the ]
triumphant British Eighth Army
and active Zionist leader, who
B'rith will have charge of the
War Bond Booth in front of Bur-
dine's and will be able to credit
all sales that day to its "Buy a
Bomber" campaign. It was a con-
cession to the importance of
B'nai B'rith that prompted the
allocation of a day during the
drive of this War Bond Booth.
It is important that B'nai B'rith
make a showing in total amount
of bonds sold that will measure
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
was killed by an exploding mine
during the British advance on
Sousse, Tunisia. *
A colorful figure and one of ;
the highest-ranking Jewish offi-
cers in the British Army, Briga-
dier Kisch, who was 55 years old, I
was credited with building the '
fortifications at El Alemein where
Nazi Marshal Rommel's Africa
Corps was stopped last year.
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, is
making rapid progress in its "Buv
a Bomber" campaign, according
to Louis Heiman, chairman of
the drive. The goal of the lodge
U to sell war bonds costing
$300,000 in cash during the
month of April, thereby requir-
ing the sale of $400,000 in war
bonds, if all sales were of Series
E classification. Sales to date
total $287,625 in war bonds.
The chairman has appointed
j Nat Roth in charge of arrange-
ments for "B'nai B'rith Day" at
the War Bond Booth at Bur-
dines' on Wednesday, April 28,
and plans are being made for an
outstanding program of enter-
tainment between 12 o'clock
noon and 2 p. m. on that day.
to attract purchasers and stimu-
late sales. All bonds purchased
at the Burdine booth on April
28 will be sold by B'nai B'rith
and credited to its "Buy a
Bomber" campaign, and rthe com-
mittee is working energetically
to make a showing in sales on
that occasion which will surpass
the efforts of all organizations
having the facilities of the War
Bonds may be purchased
through the Miami Beach cap-
tains, R. R. Adler and Jake Felt
at the Mercantile National Bank
of Miami Beach, or the Miami
captains. Joseph M. Lipton and
S. B. Miller, at the Dade Fed-
eral Savings & Loan Associa-
tion. Sales are also being made
at the B'nai B'rith office, 650
Seybold Building; phone 3-6391.
FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1943
ilium 1. iimaaannnwimamiiiuw
OF JEWISH STATE
WINGS FOR VICTORY
Pat Cannon, Dade County con-
gressional representative, will
speak at the meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach district of the Zion-
ist Organization at 8 p. m. Satur-
day in the Beach High School
auditorium. Harry Richman will
Leo Robinson, entertainment
and program chairman, has an-
nounced heavy advance ticket
sale*. Proceeds will go to the
Jewish National Fund, which
provides land for homes for Eu-
rope's homeless refugee Jews.
Besides Cannon, the evening's
program will include presenta-
tioa of Miami Beach night club
Washington (WNS)-The es-
tablishment .if Palestine as a
free Independent Jewish state.
that shall be "independent of any
foreign control or mandate IS
Goldberg; ttS^M by Walter Duranty. for-
Mrs. Charles Ab-'e'jm correspondent and^oteciau^
cording secretary, Mrs. David
Washer; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Elix Hinkes; sergeant-at-
arms, Mrs. Ben Kandel; auditor,
bott, Mrs. Harry Schragaa andjthor, in an
Mrs. Joseph Schaeffer. the curren
article published in
issue of The New
! Palestine, offical organ of the
" I Zionist Organization ol America.
Declaring that an independent
State Of the Jewish people "must
Dr. Z. I. Sabshm, retired New emerge from the Peace Treaty.
York physician, now a resident Mr. Quranty suggests that in a
Of Miami Beach and vice-presi-1 treaty of alliance between the
dent of the Miami Beach Zionist 1 British and the Jewish state,
Organization, will be the guest- '-provision would be made for
speaker this Saturday afternoon tn), f;ur treatment Of the Arab
at 3:30 o'clock at the Spinoza minority"
Forum, meeting under the can-
opy, on the lawn of the home of
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 11th
Street between Collins Avenue
and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
Dr. Sabshin will speak on "The
Heart and Its Functions."
Marjorie Roberts is convales-
cing at her home from a recent
The Greater Miami Chapter, illness.
Women's Division American Jew- ,
ish Congress, will have a social RACE-TRACK SECRETAHY lb
afternoon Tuesday, April 27. at | PREPARING OVAL FEATURE
2 o'clock at Carl's, 1711 Alton
Road. The program consists of
a book review to be given by
Mrs. Isidor Weinstein, who will
reriew the "Human Comedy." by
William Saroyan. Refreshments
will be served.
Racing Secy Carl "Cody" Coff-
"Zionism in 25 years." Mr. Du-
ranity continues, "has done more
to restore the appellation oi a
'land of milk and honey' than
all the centuries of Arab occu-
pation. If the truth be known.
no small part of the Arab agita-
tion in Palestine today is due to
the fact that Arab land owners,
after selling land to Jewish im-
migrants for five or six times
its then value, let's say five dol-
lars an acre when it was really
worth one dollar, now finds that
irrigation, hard work and the
cultivation of citrus fruitsall
At the election of officers of
Beth David Sisterhood held last
Wednesday the following wen
elected to serve for the ensuing
President, Mrs. Harry Oliphant.
re-elected; first, Mrs. Jack Au-
gust; second, Mrs. Hyman Soo-
tin, and third vice-presidents,
Mrs. Max Halpern; treasurer,
Mrs. Sam Dickson; financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Celia Auslander; re- j up of
man of the Biscaync dog track done by Jewish immigrants with
Jewish moneyhas raised the
value of said land to $50 an acre.
Whereupon the Arabs say they
\\> re swindled Nothing could
be more absurd.
"I repeat what I said before.
that Palestine must emerge
from the Peace Treaty as a fully
independent state. This would
not mean, of course, that foreign
Jews, long settled in friendly
is preparing a very interesting
half-holiday racing program for
this Saturday evening at tin
famous northside oval.
Among the Eastei eve feature
races will be a gruelling Bisiayno
course event over the long
distance of 1.815 feet Many of
the routers, including Star Wit-
ness. Red Kob, Scarlet Slipper.
Jay See Laddie and Sweet Rosey,
V. S. TrraMiry Dcpt.
Lee Angelas Jmiim.
JEWS IN NETHERLANDS
ORDERED TO CAMPS
are being propped for the race countries, must ipso facto become
Greyhound racing is conducted
nightly at the 115th Street track
with post time for the first race
at 8 o'clock. This earlier race
time assures the fans (if 12 splen-
did races, the daily double made
th. I and third
with an early departure
For the first tune in the his-
tory of Florida racing, the fans
are witnessing the sport in ideal
weathi r as the April and May
evenings are the most delightful
of the entir.- year. Biscayne rar-
ing will continue until June.
Palestinian citizens; but what it
might mean, and should mean,
IS that the homeless Jews, trans-
planted by Nazi brutality from
the lands where they were living.
Could go to Palestine and settle
there and find it a true home-
land, of which they would be full
SERVICES FOR MARTYRS
Pli ase fill out th c i| on be-
iw i ling any information
it your bey in the servici .
_ The Rabbinicial Association of
Greater Miami will hold special
memorial services for the martyrs
in the present war in the various
synagogues the last day of l
In the reform temple Is-
rael on April 26 and in the other
synagogues on April 27.
Lor. I n WNS)All of the
in the eight Nether-
lands pr ordered to be
evacu concentration camps i
will in sent gradually to Eastern
Europe for forced labor, it was
reported this week by the Aneta
The Berlin correspondent of
the Svensha Dagbladet said that,
a similar measure would soon be
according to German newspapers,
put into effect in the country's
three remaining provinces. Ut-
recht, North Holland and South
The evacuation order has been
reported as calling for Intern-
ment of the Jews of the eight
provinces immediately affected
in the new V'ught concentration
camp. This institution, howevi r.
has a capacity of only 25.000 and
already is more than half full.
and Rehabilitation, discussed the
problem of feeding the Jews of
Europe after the war with Prof.
Selig Brodetsky, president of the
Board of Jewish Deputies, it was
disclosed at a meeting this week
of the board.
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SUNDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 25. at 4 O'CLOCK
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West Flaa'er Street Bt 53rd Annul
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
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. ASK THESE QUESTIONS:
How Convenient Is It?
Mount Nebo U only 10 mirmtee from rW
home by car. E.fiT octetAbU by cnbb te
m c.m.UrT In practically the urn* time.
How CIobb to the Front Can Tom Got a Plot?
Choice plots m BTBllebU in Moat Mebo
rtfht in the nrtrtm, fwnt ef the fiuuooi
ot half mu. fro the BBHiBwse
Doe* (he Comotery Have Walk.?
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A VISIT WILL COWYTJVCX YOU
FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1943
NOTABLES ON B'NAI B'RITH INITED NATIONS SPEAKERS' TOUR
T1u"l".?rC SSSLi th sPokesrPc,n for members of Ihe United Nations who are participatine in i
H,]v. left to right: Prof Boris Furlan, advisor to the Royal Yugoslavian government- Hon
Margaret Bondfield member of the British House of Commons and first woman to serves BrS
minister Of labor, and Col Alexander Hess, mihtary air attache to the Czechoslovak legation
Traveling in panels of three the "speakers will discuss the current battles being fought'through
(he world, the need forscnous; thinking about the post-war reconstruction era the question o? the
oppressed and persecuted and the plan for an Anglo-American conference in Ottawa on the plight of
refugees. AH of the speakers are being provided through the United Nations Information Office whik-
arrangements and bookings for the panels are being handled in the field by B'nai B'rith.
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"Climbing upon bandwagons
and taking credit for the accom-
plishments of others is not un-
usual in a political campaign. In
i fact, it is the ballyhoo used con-
sistently in campaign after cam-
paujn." Thus stated Nat Roth,
well-known Miamian, who is out-
spoken in his support of the can-
didacy of Abe Aronovitz to the
office of city commissioner in
the forthcoming primary, May 4.
"I believe Abe Aronovitz is
qualified to represent Miamians
on the city commission. Hi.-, ac-
, tions in behalf of this city have
shown him to be fearless and
outspoken, stepping aside for no
one and seeking to accomplish
good for all of us. Mr. Arono-
vitz, as our city commissioner.
; Will make all of us realize the
value of having a representative
who will rest only upon his acts
; and record and not those of em-
ployes of the city whom they
may or may not have assisted
"I urge the election of Arono-
vitz as your city commissioner
and will appreciate any support
that will be given him. assured
that I will not betray the graces
of my friends and acquaintances
in asking their support for an
individual whom I aid not feel
was 100 per cent."'
[ POLITICAL BRIEFS
Employment of an efficient
city manager and a civil service
system which bases promotion on
merit only are two major accom-
plishments of the present city
administration during the past
four years. Commissioner Fred
W. Hosea told a radio audience
Describing City Manager A. B
Curry as the "nearest approach
to perfection in a city manager,
the city ever has seen," Hosea,
senior member of the commis-
sion and candidate for re-elec-
tion, also reviewed other accom-
plishments during his four-year
"We were able," Hosea con-
tinued, "by extending our fire
hydrant service, to bring about
a fire insurance rate reduction
of more than $300,000 a year to
Miami property owners As for
taxes, when I came on the com-
mission four years ago, your taxes
were 28.63 mills and City Man-
ager Curry's tentative budget for
the coming fiscal year proposes
still further tax cuts. Your city
employes' salaries have been
raised to meet increased living
costs and Manager Curry's tenta-
tive budget proposes still further
pay increases for city employes,
along with the tax reduction."
ida of the Southeastern Develop-
ment Board, member of the Mi-
ami Publicity Board, chairman
of the Executive Committee and
president of the Dade County
Community Chest, and vice-presi-
dent of the Miami Fair Practice
and Better Business Bureau.
Quietly going about his busi-
ness as city commissioner and
performing other public services
while his friends do his re-elec-
tion campaiginng is Commis-
sioner Leonard K. Thompson.
He is batting for City Man-
ager A. B. Curry's opportunity
to complete the administrative
job he has undertaken for the
During his brief tenure on the
commission, Thomson has shown
a remarkable grasp of city af-
fairs, his friends stated, and his
years of association with the Mi-
ami hotel business has made him
acquainted with the Miami tour-
ist problem which must be a con-
sideration in this city's post-war
His activity in service posi-
tions i.-. reflected in some of his
connections such as president of
the Miami Kiwanis Club, vice-
president of the Miami Chamber
of Commerce, president of the
1934 American Legion Corp. of
Miami, director of the Dade
County Chapter of the American
Red Cross, director of the Flor-
ida State Chamber of Commerce,
president of the Florida Stati
Hotel Association, vice-president
of the American Hotel Assoi 1a-
tion. executive counail member
of the Dade County Council of
the Boy Scouts of America, di-
rector of the Cheater Miami Ho-
tel Association, director for Flor-
Honored on four separate oc-
casions by four different city
commissions to high office is evi-
dence that possesses unusual
characteristics of integrity, abil-
ity and experience in the work
he is selected to perform, his
supporters in his candidacy for
James A. Dunn was first ap-
pointed municipal judge of th
City of Miami in 1933. A new
city commission taking office in
1935 appointed him again H<-
retired in 1937. again taking of-
fice in 1939.
When Mayor Ev Sewell died
in 1940, the city commissioners
unanimously selected Judge Dunn
to fill his unexpired four-year
Besides his work as a public
servant, Dunn has been inter-
ested in civic and fraternal or-
ders, besides those broad endeav-
ors in the charitable field, past
exalted ruler of the B. P. O. E.
of Miami in 1929, he still is chair-
man of the board of trustees.
He has served as district deputy
for the grand exalted ruler of
the Elks in the Florida coast
area. For two years he was state
deputy of the Knights of Colum-
bus. He is also chairman of
Draft Board No. 5.
A prime backer of City Man-
ager A. B. Curry. Dunn recently
stated that he believed Miami
had one of the finest city man-
agers in the United States, a
man who was not studying or
playing politics, but was admin-
istrating the affairs of the city
according to the law of the
Jack L. Moore is seeking sup-
. port Ui his candidacy to the of-
fice of city commissioner in the
j coming primary. May 4. Moore
j is an attorney active in civic af-
J fairs and served as secretary of
i the Civil Service Bureau He
is waging an aggressive campaign
1 to obtain one of the three seats.
In his platform he pledges co-
operation to and the continua-
tion of A B Curry, city man-
ager He has stated that he wil.'
actively support any and all
measures that will benefit the
welfare of this community and
its t mployes.
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fense Bonds yet?
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES -
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MARK H. RICHARDSON, Sr.
PROGRAM OF WELL-KNOWN
ARTISTS TO BE PRESENTED
Submarine Chaser. Navy Serv-
I icemen's Concerts, on April 24
; will have a program of outstand-
j ing artists assembled by Ruth C.
Brotman. well-known coloratura
Through the courtesy of Ar-
! thur Judson, concert artist bu-
reau, the celebrated piano vir-
tuoso, William Kapell will play
[a group of piano solos and will
l accompany Corp. Theodore Hen-
I kle, violinist, in special arrange-
ments for violin and piano. Ruth
IBroJman will sing a group of
light opera and musical comedy
numbers with Anyuta Melicov at'
the piano, in addition to many
TO BE FEATURED AT "Y."
Edith Ballard. newspaper col-
umnist, will be the featured
I speaker at a Y. M. H. A. meet-
ing Wednesday, April 28.
Defense Bonds are your surety
All Star Concert and Entertainment
and Star Acts of All Leading Night Clubs
Sat, April 24th, 8 P. M.
Miami Beach Senior High School Auditorium
Drexel Avenue and 14th Street. Miami Beach
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the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 17
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
We are at war. We are at war against
the enemies of mankind. We are at war
against the enemies of liberty and democracy.
You and Iyour forebears and mineleft
our ancestral homelands and came to America
so that we and our children might enjoy the
blessings of freedom and the opportunity to
live our lives in accordance with the dictates
of our conscience, free to worship God with-
But we are at war to preserve these precious
rights. We are at war so that we may pass
on to our children the heritage that we enjoy
But this war for freedom cannot be won
without sacrifices. Our sons are already
fighting on every battlefield. What will you
I know your answer. You and I and all
of us will respond to every appeal of our gov-
ernment. Today our government appeals to
every American to invest in government se-
curities. Our government is asking you not
to give but lendto lend every dollar you
can spareso that our soldiers may have
the necessary weapons to fight the enemies
of this republic.
Already millions of Americans have bought ,
war bonds. They have bought war bonds
because of their flaming patriotism, because
they believe in and are ready to make sac-
rilices and more sacrilies for the principles of
liberty and democracy they hold so dear.
But, remember, what we have done before
isn't enough. We've got to buy more war I
bonds. To keep our war machine going we j
must raise 13 billion extra dollars this month.
Make this promise to yourself: Before this
drive is over, I shall go to the nearest bank, !
postoffice or any other place where war bonds
are sold, and do my duty.
And remember also that when you buy
WCH bonds, you are doing yourself a great
For U. S. war bonds are the greatest in-
vestment in the world. Every cent you put
in war bonds will help to create a better
worlda world of peace, a world where every
man will have a job, a world of hope and
Believing in your patriotism, believing in
your loyalty, believing in your passionate
love of America, we are confident that your
response to our government's appeal to in-
vest your dollars in government securities will
be prompt, enthusiastic and to the fullest ex-
tent of your ability, so that we may speed
the fulfillment of the words of the ancient
prophet of Israel that the children of men may
live under their own vine and fig tree and
none shall make them afraid.
NATHAN H. SEIDMAN, President,
The Inter-Racial Press of America, Inc.
PASSOVER BRINGS THOUGHTS
Passover and all that it stands for brings
to mind many thoughtsclearer, more vivid
when paralleled with our present-day con-
Contemplation and comparison usually
j lead to the consideration of oneself and local
environment. In our retrospection and intro-
spection we look forward to the day when
much and many will be liberatedwill be
Foremost is the desire for freedom from
warthe freedom gained from destruction of
There is the freeing of so many of our
organizations, all with worthwhile purposes,
from the stagnant leadershiptheir freedom
from incapable guidancefreedom from the
shackles of management with a platform of
self-aggrandizement- freedom from the bond-
age of those glory-seekers who cast aside all
that will not bear personal gain.
There is the liberation from narrow-minded-
ness of people who have not yet realized the
necessity and value of givingthe shoulder-
ing of their share of responsibility that is
theirs as a part of humanity.
There is an endless chain of sentences
that could easily be added, all expressing a
desire for liberation for freedom in one form
or anotherall denoting a sole objectivea
better understandinga clearer understand-
The thought alone of our past and our
present should make our path for the future
a much wiser one.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
up, if not exceed, the records
established by other organiza-
tions. And the cooperation of
the Jewish community is espe-
cially sought in this respect.
We have laid ourselves open
to criticism for devoting so much
space to the "Buy a Bomber'
campaign to the neglect of other
B"nai B'rith activities which are
in progress, but feel that the
War Bond campaign must re-
ceive our undivided attention.
Not that we lack confidence in
the patriotism of members, nor
do we feel that they are unaware
of the urgency of the nation's
call to buy war bonds now, but
do know that for one reason or
another action is deferred.
Times and conditions have
changed from World War I. Dur-
ing that war, campaigns were of
small scope and so with the bat-
tles. We had the battle of the
Marne, the battle of Verdun, and
multitudes of others. Today
countries have fallen in less days
than those battles took, hence
it was the battle of Poland, the
battle of the Low Countries, the
battle of France. It is only when
the Axis came up against a Seva-
stopol, Leningrad, Moscow and
Stalingrad, that the battles at-
tained the dignity of being named
for these cities and not the bat-
tle of Russia.
The cost in men and materials
cannot be measured by the stand-
ards of World War I. If our
stastitics are correct, the United
States has already lost more men
in the navy than all of World
Cantor Helps Bond Campaign
Cantor Maura-, M at
his own concert at the Beth Ja
r< Ration, gave B'nai B'rith
the opportunity to sell war bonds I
and this public-spirited coopera-
tion resulted in $15,000 in war
bonds being sold. Louis Heiman.
president of Sholom Lodge, and
Jennie Rotfort, junior past presi-
dent and present monitor of the
Ladies' Auxiliary, act* d for their
respective units. Joe Lipton was
there are gave US a much-needed
hand that evening.
Walter C. Kovner In Army
The army has not wiped thai
genial smile from the face of
Walter C. Kovner, second vice-
president of Sholem Lodge, but
will take it away from us for the
Walter has been in Miami since
1938, is a member of the New
York and Florida Bars and has
been active in fraternal and civic
organizations. He served Sholem
, Lodge as financial secretary, re-
cording secretary and treasurer.
I He is a member of the Y. M.
|H. A., the Civic League and sec-
retary and director of Miami
: Beach Hotel Association, besides
! being a member of the board of
directors of the Greater Miami
It comes hard to say "so long"
to Walter and it isn't made any
easier by the fact that it had
to be said to so many before
him and will have to be said to
so many to follow him. We are
sure, however, that his manv
friends would want it noted that
his induction into the army will
I be felt keener because of his
many activities. And so Sholem
Lodge must relinquish another
I of its leaders to Uncle Sam and
friends will bid him "adieu" with
a fervant, although unspoken
prayer, for his sale return. May
the Victorious peace be soon.
Walter, and until thenGood
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
delegates to the American Jew-
ish Conference were adopted by
the Executive Committee after
ratification of the report of the
conference's National Board of
gleet on. The National Board of
Elections is composed of Louis
vEtiS' hairman: Miss Lillie
f Stz,MN,nw York City; Mlss
r-Hv m- B?nlamin. New York
nifi.' MuSS,Jan^ Evans- Cinein-
nat! Charles P. Kramer, New
York City; David Wertheim. New
York City; Rabbi Max Kirsh-
S ^nnnNc,^yik, ?}** and Alex
Issuance of the Call for the
American Jewish Conference to
the communities in the name of
Ju E*ecut,ve Committee and of
5m. orSan'zations affiliated
with the conference was author-
ized by the Executive Commit-
4w A.he organizations affiliated
with the American Jewish Con-
jfcrence are Agudas Israel of
America; American Federation of
polish Jews; American Jewish
Committee; American Jewish
Congress; American Jewish Con-
___________________By PHINEA3 I. MRON____________________
HEAR YE ..
What is the F. B. I. doing about the daily increasing volun,,
of anti-Semitic propaganda being distributed in defense plan*
all over the country? ... The latest piece to come to our at
tention is a "poem" of which the last stania reads: "So wh.
peace has come to us again And we lick that Hitler louse ..
You will find the Jew is ruling you In Washington's old
White House" ... The Textbook Commission to eliminate anti-
Semitic statements from American textbooks, of which Kenneth
Leslie is chairman, sent an important telegram to President
Roosevelt recently The. wire directed the President's alien-
tion to a newly-issued Roman Catholic version of the New Testa-
ment which is being distributed among the American armed
forces The pocket edition of these Bible readings contains
an anti-Semitic footnote which is entirely at variance with m,
text to which it refers ... As a matter of fact, the footnote a
one that comes from the anti-Semitic dictionary of Charles E
Coughlin Don't put any stock in those reports that the Hun-
garian and Roumanian people are giving evidence of sympathy
for the mistreated Jewish population of their countries notwith-
standing the anti-Semitic policy of their governments These
reports stem from government sources and are aimed to gain
clemency from the United Nations when Hitler's inevitable de-
feat finally comes to pass .
YOU SHOULD KNOW .
The advertising record of the New York Times was boosted
by two Jewish organizations last week On the same day the
New Zionist Organization and the Committee for a Jewish Army
ran full-page ads in this paper And both advertisements
contained ringing attacks against the British government's nega-
tive policy towards opening the gates of Palestine to Jewish
refugees It's comforting to know that George Backer is a
participant in the Bermuda refugee conference Backer is
fully familiar with the present condition of European Jewry .
On May 2. which the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in
America has designated as a Day of Compassion for the Jewish
victims of Nazi atrocities. Pierre van Paassen will deliver i
sermon at Carnegie Hall .
HEBREW DEPARTMENT .
Congratulations to the Herzlia Hebrew Academy on the ac-
quisition of a new set of officers who constitute a guarantee of
new vitality With Isrffel Mats as honorary president; William
Saltzman, president; Louis Rimsky. treasurer, and the indefa-
tigable Isaac Carmel as secretary, Herslia will go far Tht
first move will probably be a Dhysical one. as efforts are now
being made to find a suitable building in mid-Manhattan for this
Hebrew high school which has graced the lower East Side for so
many years Did you know that Dr. William F. Albright,
head of the Semitics department at Johns Hopkins University,
was engaged in archeological work in Palestine for 17 years, and
is so proficient in Hebrew that he once delivered a lecture in that
tongue at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem? One of the
scientific books which helped Columbus greatly in the calcula-
tions that led to his discovery of America, we're told by Dr. Jeku-
thiel Ginsburg. was a Latin translation of a famous almanac by
the Spanish rabbi and scientist Zacuta Not only was Zacnta
expelled from Spain in 1492. however, but his work has never
been printed in the original Hebrew Dr. Ginsburg is hoping
to be able to publish it as one of the Scripta Mathematica series
put out under the aegis of Yeshiva College .
THIS AND THAT .
Helmut Dantine, refugee screen actor who's slated to play
the lead in a new anti-Nazi film now being written by Upton
Sinclair, had the thrill that comes once in a lifetime recently .
In an official war picture he saw, as a prisoner of the British in
North Africa, the Nazi officer who some years ago sentenced
him to a spell in concentration camp Hollywood's researr"
workers are having a field day in preparation for a new film to be
called "The Hitler Gang" The state department is permitting
them to consult its files on the biggest of the Nazi gangsters
The ranks of the autobiographers have been augmented by Lee
Simonson. the scenic designer ... If you've gone this long with-
out reading the hilarious "See Here. Private Hargrove." were
sure you won't pass by the opportunity to get it in the new two-
bit pocket book edition And when you read the book. youU
be amazed to learn that Private Hargrovewho. as we under-
stand it. is completely "Aryan"claims that it was he who taught
the Yiddish vernacular to his Jewish buddy from Columbus .
ABOUT PEOPLE .
The Zionist Organization of America is honoring Judge Mor-
ris Rothenberg. its former president, at a luncheon next week in
appreciation of the excellent job he did as national chairman ot
the ZOA's War Bond drive ... Dr. Chaim Weixmann will be in-
communicado for the next three weeks He'll be taking a
much-needed rest in a quiet retreat somewhere in Connecticut
. David Stern III. son of newspaper publisher J. David Stern
and a newsnaoor publisher in his own right to boot, is receiving
congratulations on attaining the status of a private in the army
. He's very proud of this achievement, us the army turned him
down a year ago. and he underwent an operation to render him-
self acceptable to the military physicians Former Federal
Bank head Eugene L. Meyer is looking forward to the arrival ot
a grandchildvia his daughter Florence, wife of movie star
Oscar Homolka. and herself a fine dancer .
gress, Women's Division; B'nai
B'rith; Central Conference of
American Rabbis; Council of
Jewish Fraternal Federations;
Free Sons of Israel; Hadassah;
Hapoel Hamizrachi of America;
Histadruth Ivrith; Independent
Order of Brith Abraham: Inde-
pendent Order of Brith Sholom-
Independent Order of Brith Sho-
lom of Baltimore; Jewish Na-
tional Workers' Alliance; Jewish.
War Veterans; Jewish War Vet-
erans, Ladies' Auxiliary; League
for Labor Palestine; Mizraehi
Organization of America; Mizra-
ehi Women's Organization of
America; National Council of
Jewish Women; National Council
of Young Israel; National Federa-
ting q Men*S C,ubs of the
United Synagogue of America;
National Federation Temple
Brotherhoods; National Federa-
tion Temple Sisterhoods; Order
Sons of Zion; Pioneer Women's
Organization; Progressive Order
of the West; Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America; Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations.
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations; Union of Orthodox
Rabbis; Union of Sephardic Con-
gregations, Inc.; United Galician
Jews of America; Unitedi K"I
manian Jews of America; Un)tj
Synagogue of America; Unitoa
Synagogue of American Women s
League; United Zionist Sociali
1 Labor Party, Poale Zion; Worn-
I en's Branch Union Orthodox
(Jewish Congregations; Women s
i Supreme Council B'nai Britn,
I Zionist Organization of America.
July 1 is the tentative date
set for the convening of me
American Jewish Conference,
with the election of the 375 dele-,
gates to be chosen from the .corrw
munities by the democratically
convened conference of JSP'*' I
sentatives of organizations in the y
communities and regions to take
place no later than June 14, 194a. i
FRIDAY, APRIL 23. 1943
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
iilr, Kurllci Ave.. Miami Beach
ABRAHAM D. WOLJ. Cantor
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and
the center choir will conduct
Kabalas Shabos at 7:15.
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
R-.libi Andron conducting Bible
Sass 5 p. m.; Oneg Shabot, 6
Passover special services start-
ing Sunday, 7:15 p. m.; Monday
and Tuesday at 9 am.
Daily services: Morning and
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
no s \V. Third Are., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
I,(')UIS IIATMAN. Cantor
Friday, 6:30 p. m.: Kabbalas
Saturday, 8:30 a. m.: Services:
Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak.
Junior services, 10:30. Kiddush
will follow. Shalosh Seudos,
8-45 p. IB.
Passover schedule: Conclud-
ing days of Passover will be
ushered in at sunset Sunday eve-
ning at 7:15 o'clock. Monday and
Tuesday Rabbi Max Shapiro will
sneak m English and Yiddish on
the central theme: "Life Begin.,
at__." Louis Hayman will chant
all the liturgic melodies. Memo-
rial services Tuesday at 10 a. m.
The Junior Congregation will
ondud services Monday morning
at 10:30. _____
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
( N W Fifth Ave., Miami
Services: Friday evening, Min-
aa-Kabhalos Shabos. 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.. Rabbi H. M.
Passover services Sunday eve-
ning, 7:30 o'clock; Monday at 9
a in.. Rabbi Kagan, preaching;
Tuesday. 0 a. m., Rabbi Kagan,
Daily service morning and eve-
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
f.<"> B W IT Ate.. Miami
JOSEPH K M'XOVSKY. Rabbi
tXWIB flRBKN, Sexton
Services daily 8:30 a. m. and
8:30 p. m ; Saturday, 9 a. m. and
8.30 p. m : Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky, preaching. Shalosh
S'oodoss, 5:45 p. m., Rabbi
Monday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi Rackov-
sky: 'Lei 1 Go Forward" Tues- 'Ra^m" McscheloM are?
day, 9 a. m., Habbi Rackovsky:
"Yiskor." Rabbi Rackovsky will
onduct ii rvicea.
KM fl W Third St.. Miami
RIMON AI'KII,. Rabbi
Services: Friday, 6:43 p. m.
Saturday, 9 a. m.: Rabbi April:
"Pi rtion of the Week." Passover
starting Sunday. 7:15
P- m ; Monday at 9 a. m.. Rabbi
April, preaching. Tuesday, 9
a. m.. Rabbi April addressing the
Daily services morning and
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
>" N.E. I9th St.. Miami
COUMAN A. ZWITMAN. Rabbi
RABBI JACOB H. kaplan. ph D
Friday, 8:15 p. m.: Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman conducting.
Brief reports on recent U. A.
H. C. convention will be given
by Rabbi Zwitman, Dr. Frank
Coret and Mr. Leonard Epstein.
Concluding Passover services.
Sunday evening, 8:15. Passover
memorial service Monday morn-
ing, 11 o'clock Rabbi Zwitman
will preach on "This Year
SlavesNext Year Free Men."
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
Tl 4tnt St.. Miami Reach
8. M. ICACHTBI, Rabbi
Friday, 8:15 p. m., Sabbath:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak
on "Season of Liberation."
Sunday. 11 a. m.: Adult Class
in Advanced Jewish Law and
Metaphysics. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei: "Let Us Count."
Monday, 9:30 a. m. service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "Out of
the Wilderness." 7:15 p. m.
Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. service:
Rabbi S. M. Machtei: "The Unfor-
gettable. 7:15 service.
1101 South Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lnudrrdalp. Kla.
Reform Syna;(>i?up serving Hollywood,
Services: Friday, 8 p. m.
Religious School: Sunday, 10
Pesach services: Monday, 11
Sisterhood benefit social for
ien and women.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Servicemen's Center
canteen, Wednesday, 6 to 11 p. m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
Waflh At. and Srd St.. Miami Roach
HOSES ME8CHKI/1FF, Rabbi
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Saturday, 9 a. m. services:
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: "At the
Red Sea." Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches, chanting. Early Sabbath
services, 7 a. m. Sabbath after-
noon: Rabbi Mescheloff dis-
coursing. Servicemen's Shalosh
S'oodoss by Mrs. Ethel Schafron.
Passover services every eve-
ing at 7 o'clock. Mornings at 7
and 9 a. m. on last days.
Sermons to be delivered by
morning: "Desert Life." Tues-
day morning: "YizorMemo-
ries." Cantor Maurice Mamches
SECOND OF CONCERT SERIES
TO BE HELD SUNDAY AT "Y"
The second in a series of con-
certs sponsored by the Y. M.
and Y. W. H. A. will be held
at the "Y" building on Sunday
afternoon, April 25, at 4 o'clock.
Frank Edwinn; basso, will be
the soloist. He will be accom-
panied by Miss Edith Freeman.
Mr. Edwinn is a student at the
University of Miami and partici-
pated in many programs in the
various" institutions locally. At
an early age he studied voice
at the Miami Conservatory of
Music under Mrs. Folwell. Later
he won a scholarship in the Jul-
liard School in New York. He
has also sung in radio. He is at
present a student of Dr. Arturo
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conference Sen. Edwin C. John-
son of Colorado introduced a
resolution urging speedy aid to
the Jewish victims of Hitlerism
and advising the conference that
"the Senate of the United States
advocates an immediate and stern
policy of action to save the re-
maining millions of the Jewish
people in Europe, and that this
humanitarian objective be
summated speedily in a manner
that will restore to the helpless
victims of Hitler the right and
dignity of a free people.
It was expected here that the
joint refugee conference will be
limited to a discussion of mcth-
with respect to the persecution
of all the peoples of Europe be
submitted to the Executive Com-
mittee of the Inter-governmental
Committee on Refugees as soon
"America has never failed in
her long history to do her share
in the relief of oppressed and
persecuted peoples. We will not
fail in this crisis. In affording
asylum to refugees, however, it
is well tie point out that any
policies established can come
only through legislation enacted
by Congress, which determines
the immigration policy of the
In addition to Senator Lucas,
the American delegation includes
Harold Willis Dodds, president
of Princeton University, chair-
man, and Rep. Sol Bloom of New
(York, chairman of the House
)n! j Foreign Affairs Committee. Ac-
companying the official delega-
tion are R. Borden Reams, state
department refugee authority,
and Howard Bucknell, Jr., head
of the state department's press
Great Britain is represented by
Richard K. Law, parliamentary
ods of aiding the refugees who
have already managed to escape junder-secretary of the Foreign Of -
from Nazi-occupied countries and fice; George H. Hall, parlimen-
are now in neutral lands such as I tary under-secretary for the
Spain, Portugal and Switzerland. British Admiralty; W.G. Hayter,
It was held unlikely that the
problem of Jews and others still
in Nazi hands would be dis-
On the agenda, it was believed.
first secretary of the British Em-
bassy in Washington; Osbert
Peake of the Home Ministry of
London, and Sir Bernard Reilly
of the British Colonial Office, as
will be the question of evacuat-1 we'l as a number of technical ex-
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ing 30,000 Jews from Bulgaria
whs face deportation to Nazi-
occupied Poland unless they
leave the country. Bulgaria has
indicated its intention of permit-
ting the Jews to leave the coun-
try if arrangements can be made.
Negotiations are now being con-
ducted with Turkey and Egypt
to offer temporary refuge to
these Jews. Palestine has issued
visas for 4,000 Jewish children
and 500 adults in Bulgaria but
transportation difficulties have
thus delayed their departure.
Expected to be discussed also
is the question of extending fi-
nancial guarantees to Switzer-
land over the maintenance of the
estimated 12,000 refugees now in
that country. The question of
finding temporary asylum for
I 20,000 refugees in Spain, many of
them Frenchmen, will also be
Meanwhile, Sen. Scott Lucas
of Illinois, president pro tern of
the Senate and a member of the
American delegation to the Ber-
muda conference, warned against
unwarranted optimism with re-
gard to the outcome of the con-
ference. The Senator said:
"As one of the American dele-
gation to meet with the delega-
tion from Great Britain at the
refugee conference in Bermuda,
1 am grateful for the opportunity
to participate in an exchange of
thoughts and ideas upon refugee
problems. It should be remem-
bered that what is done at the
conference must be considered
more or less informal. How-
ever, it is all-important that a
thorough exploration of the facts
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FRIDAY, APRIL 23.
Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
A meeting of the Home Camp I Avi-nui"
of Passover from Sunday eve-
ning, April 25, until .Tuesday eve-
ning, April 27.
Diamondball Practice Begun
Last Sunday over 40 men
turned out for the spring prac-
tice of the diamondball team un-
der the direction of Frank Rose,
chairman of the Athletic Com-
mittee. Practice will be held
every Sunday morning at 10
o'clock at the Riverside Park. S.
W. Fourth Street and Eighth
Committee was held last Wednes-
day evening with George Gold-
berg, chairman, presiding. Those
present were Leo Ai'kerman, Es-
sie Schaffer. Joseph Schaffer,
Leon Lieberman, Ethel Gross-
man and Maurice Grossman, ex-
The committee decided to op-
prate the camp from Monday,
All persons interested are re-
quested to come out.
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Ludwig Lewisohn, noted au-
thor and lecturer, will make a
Miami appearance May Hi under
nc e Gro sman,
n ase i
. the lecture which will inaugurate
the district's membership drive
DR. I. M. ROSENTHAL
Ha. Reopen.d His Office* at
420 LINCOLN ROAD
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for the practice of dne.nei of tne
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LOCAL B'NAI B'RITH TO
B'nai B'rith, Sholem Lodge,
will celebrate its 100th annivt r- I
sary membership (lass with a
dinner Wednesday evening at the
Urmey Hotel, honoring new
members who were initiated to
the lodge this month .-11111 those
of then- sponsors who were ac-
tive in the campaign. The din-
ner will climax a drive that net-
ted the lodge close to 200 new
per .in d foi membi
rlren of non-mi the tui-
tion will hi' $7.50 per wi e-k It
i- urged thai non-meml
wish to enter their join,
thereby saving themselves some
money Register now.
Details of the camp program
a they progress will i><
here from week t" week
Joint Meeting April 28
On Wednesday. April 28. there
will he a joint hum ting of the
Y. M. and Y W 11 A The
guest-speaker will be Chaplain
Gordon of the army air forces.
Details will be given next week. m?m}Jers-. ,.
Levin Heads "Y" Committee > Ml'ton A. Friedman, first vice-
Phil Bcrkowitz. president of President, is in charge of arrange-
the Y. M. H. A., announces the ""'"'" and has announced an ex-
appointment of Isaac Levin as cellent program of entertainment
chairman of the Nominating for the evening.
Committee of the Y M H A. _._-. .._
The other members of the com- HADIO HOUR
mittee are Nat Blumberg. W D The Jewish radio hour is now
Singer, George Goldberg and held over WQAM every Sunday-
Frank Rose at i* 45 a. m.
The annual nomination meet- ----------------------------
ing will be held the third Buy War Stamps and Bond?
Wednesday in May and this com- j NOW and give our men in the
mittee will make a recommenda- armed forces the help they need
turn. Nominations may also be 1 _________
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121-2-3 Seybold Building
Building Closed On Passover
The Y. M. H. A. building will
be closed due to the .-.ennui days
i W. FLA61IR ST.
1135 N. Miami Avenue
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over Hit
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldg.. Suite 301
For the Practice of
1 < tii ra Dei tistry
Appointed April 6. 1940. as City Commissioner to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of E. G. SewelL then mayor
am /' mYSeU fr election as CitY Commissioner at
the May 4 primary on my record to date and this program:
l' In5pranr?c!,a,9ewim.mediately;. under present Wartime conditions to convert them into a
permanent industrial and economic reality that wil 1
Miami a year-around prosperity; and yet retain Us Jpu
larity as a City that will attract Winter visitors P
2. Proper maintenance and development of Miami City parks
and playgrounds as recreation and health building centers
tune!"' y "dUhS' esPecia11* in these serious war
3. Purchase or immediate condemnation of land, necessary
the h.fhe?*Tnt VV9inia Key Which h ***** toH
the hub of international air traffic.
4. Give to the City employees if possible, an increase in wanes
commensurate to increased living costs wages
5. Further expansion and development of our water and
sewerage systems. a
S' AHVUcSrrrt a"d continuance of the services of City Manager
YOUR VOTE ON MAY 4 WILL BE APPRECIATED
Pa sover 1 applies this year
e shipped to ev< 1 v n aj< r
: title front as well as
in the Atlantic
and Pacific J. v. ish and Chris-
lain lucted P
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;' vcr i..... military ex-
FARM SCHOOL GRADUATES AT WORK
(Paid Political Ad* )
City boys who Will now take their
places in the ranks of the nation's
farmers after graduating from the
National Farm School, Bucks County,
Pa. 43rd annual commencement took
place March 21st.
rttPAY, APRIL 23, 1943
* lewi sii narkUan
GREATER miMfll HRItlV MID HHUV [OmiTWTEE
OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
NAT ROTH. Chairman
MRS. GEO. M. COHEN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
J. W. B. Director
jy ^ ^ ry *
A e O M M U N IT r PROJECT
"Help Us Keep An Accurate Record .of All the Men in the Armed Services"
SAM BLANK, Chairman
MONTE SELIG, Vice-Chr.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN. Sec
Mrs. Walter Bronaton
Mrs. Max Dobrin
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
Mrs. Murry Koven
Mrs. Herbert Wallaeh
i n n IIT n II D D'll V C STUDENTS CALLED TO
AdUUI U,UK DUTo arms leaving soon
CORP. HAROLD J. JACOBS
i Miami Beach entered the
Army Administration Officer
Candidate School at the Univer-
,itr <>f Florida APnl 8- After
his induction at Camp Blanding,
Jacobs was assigned to duty in
the post sergeant major's office
,i Camp Butner. N. C. From
Butner, where he was on the
distribution desks, he went to
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney H. Jacobs of 2332 Ponce
'tie Loon Boulevard. Coral Gables.
Known to business associates as
JAY COBBS. he was owner of
ladies' apparel shops in Miami,
('oral Cables and Miami Beach.
LIEUT. LAWRENCE JUSTIN
of 1576 Meridian Avenue, Miami
Beach is another member of the
.Iambs family serving the coun-
try Thf brother of Corporal
Jacob!". Justin is in the army air
forced stationed with a fighter
squadron at Orlando are base.
Orlando. Fla. He received his
basic training at Keesler Field.
Miss., and from there went to
Officer Candidate School, Miami
Beach, where he received his
fimmission last June.
Leaving the University of Mi-
ami this week are students who
have been called into service by
the army enlisted reserve pro-
gram. They will attend classes
at the university through the
Candidates for June graduation
in the group are Carl Fisher,
Harvey Klein, Irving Epstein and
Underclassmen who will leave
the university are Allan Blum-
berg, Maurice Blumenthal. Leon-
ard Schwartz, Leonard WaHich,
Irwin Block, David Curtis. Wil-
liam Golden, Marvin Goldman,
Howard Hanson, Irwin Kott,
Council Miller and Martin Rubin-
ROLL OF HONOR
LT. SIDNEY BERK
25, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
killed in air action over Eu-
rope, has been posthumous-
ly awarded the Purple
Heart. Navigator aboard a
Flying Fortress, he had
participated in many raids
over occupied France and
Germany itsalf. The son
of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Berk,
he leaves his widow, Mil-
dred of 376 King Street. He
had been in service a year
and a half.
TR1ENDS of BERTHA BRES-
KIN. 860 N. F.. 74th Street, will
be interested to learn that she
rms been commissioned third of-
ficer in WAAC at Fort Des
1/oines. Her rank is equivalent
hi that of regular army second
1ST LIEUT. MATT J. FINKEL-
SON of Philadelphia returned to
Morrison Field, West Palm Beach,
on Wednesday of this week.
Lieut. Finkelson has been in
Africa since Jan. 1. After report-
ing at California and New York
during the coming week, he is
expected to receive a much-
[ deserved furlough. After a
'short visit with his parents in
Philadelphia, he will come to Mi-
ami as the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Roth until he re-
i turns to duty as a navigator in
the Army Air Corp.
A Miamian recently assigned
to Scott Field, 111., for courses
in radio operating and mechanics
is PFC. SIDNEY STERNBERG,
935 S. W. Ninth Street.
Nat Roth, chairman of B'nai
B'rith War Bond Day at the
Burdine Booth, located in front
of Burdine's Miami store, an-
nounces a special service to Mi-
amians desiring to aid the men
in service by Durchasing bonds.
A call to 9-3193 will take care
of the needs of those desiring
to secure bonds which will be
purchased at the booth, B'nai
B'rith Day, Wednesday, April
28. Mr. Roth will have the
orders for bonds called for and
delivered to those unable to
attend in person if they will
Visiting Miami on furlough
were SAM GREENSTEIN and j
Completing the airplane me-
thanics' course at Gulf port. Miss.,
are PFC. JACOB SCHWERTOK,
1017 Jefferson Avenue, Miami
Beach, and PFC. ROBERT N
BRITCHER. 920 Jefferson Ave-
uc, Miami Beach.
After receiving his commission
as an ensign in the U. S. Navy
March 27. DAN SATIN, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satin. 421
Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, is in training at Dart-
mouth College. Hanover, N. H.
Upon the completion of the
course in four weeks he plans to
continue his training for six
weeks at Princeton.
Taking primary training at
HARRY H. SIMPSON, Miami.
Put your extra dollars in war
bonds "if you wish to speed the
freedom ol thousands of Jews in
American Jewish servicemen
observed Passover this year by
attending the traditional Seder in
army mess halls, canteens and
hospitals, as the result made by
the Jewish Welfare Board.
Date of Birth _
Nam* of Nearest Relativ
Date of Enlistment
Branch of Service.
rwots or sarrices:
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Can you tell if the war
hero you're reading of is or
isn't a Jew? The only way
you can be suremany
non Jews have Jewish-
sounding names an vice
versais to help the Bureau
of War Records in its gi-
gantic task of checking and
assembling a permanent
record of Jewish participa-
tion in this war.
How can you help?
By giving us the name
of every Jewish man and
woman you know now in
the armed forces of the
United States. Tell us
when they receive citations
for bravery, or when they
are reported as casualties.
Only through your alert-
ness, interest and coopera-
tion can an official record
of American Jews in this
war be achieved.
Mail your information to:
Permanent War Records
of the Greater Miami Army-
Navy Committee. Jewish
Welfare Board; Nat Roth,
chairman, P. O. Box 2973.
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:
Kahn, Lawrence H.
Kanter, Jay B.
Kaplan, Abraham J.
Kaplan, A. N., Jr.
Kaplowitz, Henry L.
Katz, Ely R.
Katz. Melvin L.
Kaufman, Marvin S.
Kay, Everett K.
Kay, Herman N.
Kay, Joseph J.
Kirchik, Jack R.
Klein, Irving Israel.
Klein, Irving J.
Kohn, Victor R.
Kramer, Arthur F.
Kutlowitz, Moses A.
Kaplan, George A.
Knobel. Edward D.
Kraemer, Walter H.
Kahn. Alfred M.
King, Miss Leona.
Kapchan, Lewis Victor.
Kaplan. David M.
Kay, Seymour Philip.
JEWS ON ALL FRONTS
CAPT. GEORGE, JR.. M, of
San Antonio, Texas, a pursuit
pilot on duty in the Aleutians,
has won his fourth decoration.
Captain Laven now holds the
Distinguished Service Cross, the
Distinguished Flying Cross, the
Air Medal, and Oak Cluster. Cap-
tain Laven, whose story appeared
in the Honor Roll last November,
was one of the first American
fighter pilots to send an enemy
aircraft to destruction in the
LT. MANDELL L. CYPRESS.
25. a member of the Army Air
Corps, has been decorated by
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz.
commander of the Pacific Fleet,
for ins part in the December raid
on Wake Island. A bombardier
stationed at Hawaii. Lieutenant
Cypress enlisted almost imme-
diately after Pearl Harbor and
became an air cadet at the Vic-
torsville, Calif.. Bombing School.
Lieutenant Cypress was a Red
Cross life guard and rendered
aid several years ago in the
Louisville flood area.
NAVAL LT. (jg) WILBERT E.
QUINT, 21, of Lowell, Mass., is
a twice-decorated serviceman,
having been awarded the Silver
Star and Purple Heart. Lieu-
tenant Quint, too, has previously
appeared in the Honor Roll. He
has been honored for heroic par-
ticipation in the historic Novem-
ber engagement in the Solomons,
in which our forces adminis-
tered a severe drubbing to the
enemy. He has had two vessels
shot out from under him, having
been on the Hornet when that
ship sunk in October, and on the
Barton, which went down a
LT. NORMAN S. HABER. 27,
of Venice, Calif., has been deco-
rated with the Distinguished Fly-
ing Cross. A member of the
Naval Air Corps, he piloted a
patrol plane in a furious set-to
in the Solomon Islands area,
when he was attacked by squad-
rons of Jap Zero fighters in a
dog-battle that lasted more than
an hour. His controls and rud-
der badly damaged by enemy
fire, and his elevator completely
jammed, he nevertheless de-
stroyed one enemy plane, evaded
others and executed a safe land-
LT. HAROLD M. JAFFE. 28.
of the Bronx, has been awarded
the Air Medal "for meritorious
achievement while participating
in an unescorted non-stop troop-
carrier flight ever successfully
performed by the United States
Army Air Forces."
MARINE PTV. BERNARD
KESSEL. 20, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
lost his life in early action on
Guadalcanal. Private Kessel's
company was attacked by a su-
perior enemy force and in the
ensuing battle he was killed by
enemy trench mortar fire.
fEWISH SERVICE MEN
IN WORLD WAR 2
The part that Jewish
service men are playing in
the Armed Forces has found
ixpression 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 now!
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army;Navy Committee, Made Possible
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Miami Rug Co.
100 S. Miami Ava.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
Mdftay H. Palmar, Realdant Owner
Richter's Jewelry Co., lee.
180 E. Flaglar t.
Rosedale Delicatessen & Restaurant
170 N. W. Fifth St.
J. Rubin Sons-Original Rubins
14i N. Miami Ava.
Southeastern Salesmen's Caravan
Standard Wholesale Grocery Ci.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1943
ISTORY repeats itself! We are now cele-
brating Passover because our ancestors were freed
from slavery and lead from the "house of bond-
age" of Pharoah. Today, other "Pharoahs" have
appeared on the horizon, seeking to enslave not
only the Jewish people, but other peoples as well.
You guessed it their names are HITLER, TOJO.
and "MUSSO." Of course, we'll see to it that
they don't accomplish their wicked purposes. Do
you want to know how? Well, listen! BUY WAR
BONDS -and buy them now!
SHOLEM LODGE, B'NAI B'RITH. and its aux
iliary. are sponsoring a "Buy a Bomber" campaign.
We have set ourselves to May 1, 1943. to sell
WAR BONDS costing S300.000 in cash to build a
heavy bomber. Only bonds purchased in April
count in this drive. When the goal is reached,
we will have the right to name itand we'll give
it a name representative of the ideals for which
our people stand. Every person who buys a bond
will have a right to submit a name. But, the name
isn't as important as getting that bomber .'lying
to drop .bombs on Berlin and Tokyo. So, let's all
get busy Smith, and Harrigan. and Cohen, and
Godowsky, and Leblanc. and Havlek. Americuns
all, in a free country!
You can buy your WAR BONDS through B'nai
B'rith at either of the following locations:
B'nai B'rith Office, 650 Seybold Bldg.
Dade Federal Savings & Loan Association
45 N. E. 1st Avenue
Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach
420 Lincoln Road
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith, will ISSUE and
DELIVER your War Bonds.
B'nai B'rith Day
Wed., April 28th
War Bond Booth
Flagler Street in Front of
Let's Buy a Lot of Bonds There
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LITTLE MOE BRAUNSTEIN
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LUBY'S CHEVROLET CO
1055 W. Flagler Street
1853 W. Flagler Street
McGINTY'S SINGING BAR
235 N. E. l,t Street
MERLIN KOSHER MARKET
320 Collins Avenue
MORRIS BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE
13th and Washington Avenues
PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT
265 N. E. 2nd Avenue
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218 N. Miami Avenue
636 N. W. 24th Street
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FRIDAY, APRIL'23, 1943
WHAT MY RABBI TOLD ME
By CPL. LOUIS GREENBERG
419th Tng. Gp. B. T. C. 4
Miami Beach. Fla.
editor** Note: Corporal Oreenben?,
pn,,r to hln entrance In the armed
i.-rvi< was the managing editor of
the Syracuse Jewish I^edger and th<-
Chicago Advocate. He in now in
training and is presently stationed
at Miami Ueach.
It was the night of the first
Seder. We were at war nearly
four months. The rabbi had just
concluded a sermon which had
found a ready reception in the
hearts of all men.
That was last year.
Tonight, a considerable per-
centage of those very same men
are spending Seder night in the
armed services, and it isn't be-
yond the realm of possibility,
that as they turn the calendar
pages back, they well remember
Sincere Passover Greetings
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I know that I do.
T L.uenl?ry serves me correct,
hiau } a"cmJ*to hit upon the
high spots of his address, start-
ing with the time when we stood
by and saw Czechoslovakia pole-
axed and tortured, and also stood
by at the degradation of the once
glorious and carefree Vienna, and
y? ? ^Pl0S n the con-
tinent of Africa. We stood
oy, and in many minds at all
these tragic ceremonies, was the
thought: Is all that we have
fought for through the ages to
Rfo,r naught? Is it all to be
whistled down the wind?
He told us about this inner
circle of men who had become
mad with the lust of power and
the smell of blood, and how we
have from time to time tried to
nominate them for oblivion, ex-
cept, that there was no vacuum
so empty, no void so dark, no pit
so bottomless, fit to hold the shell
of their cadavers.
I like to remember, and al-
ways will, when the rabbi's voice
rose to the pitch of a shout, as
he related how the world had
watched for five years the potency
of these drunken juvenile de-
linquents, who held no place for
human rights and decency, and
whose appetite grew with the
feasting as they persecuted people
after people. It is too late to
employ reason: drunkards are not
reasoned with. Are we to assess
a fine upon all peace-loving, sin-
cere, good Americans, who, how-
ever, by the happenstance of
birth, can be traced to German
parentage or grandparentage, all
because of the crime of Bruno
Richard Hauptman? Are we to
deprive all actors of every cent
they own because of the political
crime committed by one of their
number, John Wilkes Booth?
No. we are notThis is America.
The time has long passed to
reason with a government that
doesn't know its meaningthe
time has long passed for phrases
such as human rights and human
decency, for they do not even
understand the beginnings of such
phraseology. What they do know
is guns, guns, and more guns. Yes,
indeed, they would definitely be
lost without them.
What are you going to do about
This is a question hard to an-
swer. Some day, as was once in-
tended, there may be a guardian
1943 N. W. First Court
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
BAKE RITE, Inc.
471 S. W. Eighth Street
1849 James Avenue
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS
WE AIM TO PLEASE
EDITH & FRITZ
3236 N. Miami Avenue
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DR. RALPH B.
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SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS
Fred W. Hosea
of Civilization, a group of powers
set up, strong and real, to liberate
us from the anxiety that we all
must feel in the face of this crisis:
the crisis being simply this: Not
that Jews are suffering unspeak-
able tortures for the crime of be-
ing a convenient scapegoat minor-
ity; not that monasteries are being
demolished and that Catholic
priests cannot show themselves
for fear of their lives; not that
Protestant ministers who refuse
to desert their God in acceptance
of the self-created pagan god,
called Hitler, are thrown into
concentration camps; no, not any
of these things is the issue.
The issue is Civilization, which
under the codes of justice decree
that a man is a man, with equal
rights to life, liberty and his
pursuit of happiness. The crisis
is a human crisis, and we sud-
denly find ourselves engaged in
a struggle to rid the world of
these tyrants who seek to destroy
our peace and threaten our free
way of life.
Look in your homes, and ask
yourself, whether it makes any
difference to you whether your
child grows up to live in a world
of mob-madness, or persecution.
of stealing, burning, hatred
amongst men. Ask yourself, if
in such a world, it makes much
difference, whether your child is
persecuted or the persecutor?
Let us not weep for men__
men who have been tortured be-
fore. Let us weep for mankind.
Let us not cry for a single race,
or two, or three. Let us cry for
the race of man. Perhaps you
think it is not our business what
the Nazis do? But, it takes no
discerning eye to see that this
is not a localized event of last
week, and this week, and next
week. We are at war, up to our
necks, and before this mess is
over you (and I still can re-
member how he pointed his
finger at the men of his temple)
will be in this fight doing your
part to wreck these Axis ag-
Yes, hear I am, and most as-
suredly many of your very dear-
est friends find themselves in the
very same boat on this Passover
holiday night. The day is com-
ing when sportsmanship will ex-
ist all over the world. When the
world at large will know that
any man, woman or child,
whether he or she be white or
black, Jew or Gentile, Protestant
or Catholic, will have the op-
(Continued on Page 101
G. D. MARPLE
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PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MY FRIENDS
Judge James A. Dunn
FRIDAY. APRIL 23, 1943
A large gathering representing
all local Jewish organizations
participated in the official open-
ing of the ORT courses in Ha-
vana. Cuba, which took place
Sunday, March 28. on the school
premises at Consulado 14.
In accepting the office of honor-
ary president of the Cuban ORT.
Gov. Guam Inklan praised the
program of the World ORT. "The
ORT idea is most admirable, he
said. "In providing a useful
trade, it affords the refugees an
opportunity to participate in the
reconstruction of that better
world which will come after this
war. I feel honored to be honor-
ary president of an organization
which seeks to help, in such a
constructive manner, the refugees
who have found a new home in
The other speakers at the re-
ception included Gannet Foster,
American consul: Dr. Dembizky, j
Polish minister; Dr. Zacks, Polish
consul; Eduar Kinli. Czechoslo-
vakian minister; Dr. Maduro.
Dutch consul: Ruh Adams, repre-
sentative Cuban ministry of edu-
cation; Dr. Jose Montu of the
government vocational schools;
Juan Martin and other prominent
citizens of Havana.
The opening of the ORT school
in Havana marks another addi-
tion to the impressive list of in-
stitutions now functioning in the
Americas, and the ORT courses
which include electro-technics,
novelty leather goods, courses in
dressmaking, arouse a great deal
of interest among the local Jew-
the 5,000 refugees recently ar-
ish population, especially among
rived in Havana. Additional
courses in watchmaking and dia-
mond cutting are planned by the
Cuban ORT Society.
JEWISH NATIONAL ANTHEM
Editor's Note: "Hatikvo." National
Jewish Anthem, is ivjirlnMwl Im-Iomt in
Yiddish with an oriK'nal translation
bj Jacob A Cotmes, author and Writer
A realdenl <>r Miami Beach, Mi- Oolmea
Klvea an opportunity !> tlm thousands
that Ins the refrain to understand
in dor tifenish fin
WE MUST NOT HATE
We hear of the cannons that
roar and of bombs that blast Um
earth in a battle for life **g*!
and we see the devastation that
follows, but little do we real./'
that the bombs of hatred that
are fired from the human he. rt
are far more cruel in their dt-
struction that the toll of bombs,
for hatred spreads its poison in
all directionsit is more SUDUe
in its attack, it is more potent
in its seed, and there is no finality
It is difficult to believe that
humans can hate SO deeply at a
time when life has become SO
precious, but it is true and we
have anti-Semitism to prove it
We have in this world, in this
country and in this community,
groups of anti-Semites who breed
hatred among Christians and
, Jews and grab every opportu-
ne'1* I nity to voice their hatred of the
Jews. I have heard ityou have
heard itbut how can we stop
Benkt der yid. durch
Tzu Paestine, in mizroch zite now i>-ui is ^c
Mit ain oig, oif der guter Tzitc. lt? jjow can we creep into any-
one's heart and cure them of a
Dan-is-di hofnung. noch nit far-|gerrn tnat has already caused
A-dos-alte, is-nai. geburon.
Far dem umker. in land tzurik
1 such great damage?
There are many curt questions
We duvid ruet in eibig glik
H. C. WILCOX
2901 N. W. Second Avenue
460 W. 41st Street Miami
and many more answers. W>
can only pity those who carry
the germ of hatred and protect
Ourselves by building our morale
to such a point that "sticks and
stones may break my bones but
names will never hurt me."
| We all have the right to the
pursuit of happiness and for that
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right we shall fight with^11 our
for the Day of Atonement I
Know that I would accomplish a
'"Tead'Tagain and again and
rid vour hearts of that germ of
hatred, for the good of all man-
kinMRS. AL GOLDMAN.
4122 Pinetree Drive.
Miami Beach, Fla.
FROM^OFFTCE OF WAR
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Meats, butter: Red coupons,
series A. B, C and D are valid
through April. Red D became
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Sugar. Stamp 12, for five
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What My Rabbi Told Me
(Continued from Page 9)
portunity to succeed without re-
gard to his color, or his political
The greatest prize fighter m
America today is a colored nun
and he is respected. Probably
the greatest football team u\
America today represents a Cath-
olic institution and it is wor-
shiped and loved by men of ertm
faith from border to border. The
greatest baseball slugger of a few
years back was a Jew and he wts
idolized by America's youth.
That is what we are fightin*
To preserve freedom of speech
press, conscience, soul. Then
and the things that lie at the root
of themtolerance, humanity
the great immortal worlds of
mankind good will towards
men. The loss of these is some-
thing to guard againstsome-
thing to preserve, something to
burn in indignation over and
over and to translate into action
greater than a passing tea.
On this Passover holiday sea-
son, it has been my happy prer-
ogative down through the yean
of conveying this annual message
and I feel that no thought car-
ries greater strength on this day
than our one and only credo
The rooting out of Hypocrisies
That's what my rabbi told m*
last year, Passover night.
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A OuitacAui Ibtaeh
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PRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1943
+Jew 1st Meridian
III BE jura
To relieve banks from the
oretfure of handling an exces-
iivp number of ration currency
aocountl, OPA" has instructed
locaj war price and rationing
t)<>ards to encourage small restau-
rants hotels and other small in-
stitutional users to shop with ra-
tion certificates instead of ra-
tion checks. Chauncey W. Butler,
OlA state director, said recently.
AS a temporary measure to
leMM the strain on Florida
h-inks OPA has authorized local
hoards to issue up to six certifi-
cates to an institutional user for
his use in buying each rationed
food commodity during the al-
lotment period. The number of
certificates issued to any indi-
vidual will add up to the users
total point allotment for the pe-
"Since many small institutional
users may buy only very lim-
ited quantities of rationed foods
at one time, the complete co-
operation of the supplier and the
buyer is necessary. In many
cases, the customer may want to
spend some of the points from
his certificates and leave the bal-
ance on deposit with the supplier
to be taken out in trade at a
later date," Mr. Butler said.
"Suppliers will contribute ma-
terially to the success of the ra-
tion banking plan by allowing
institutional users to spend their
certificates in this way until such
time as a new and permanent
system goes into effect," he
As a permanent solution and
as a method of reducing the de-
mand for ration bank accounts,
OPA plans to issue a special type
of war ration book for the use
of small restaurants and other
institutional users, Mr. Butler
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GIVES BLOODDr. Israel Goldstein of New York City, president of the Synagogue Council
America, undergoing an examination prior to tiring blood at the American Red Cross Blood Danar,
Center in New York. Dr. Goldstein's blood will be processed into dried plasm* and osed to sate tha
live of American fighting men. "The Red Cross through its Blood Donor Service, is conferring a
both upon the battlefront and npon the home front," said Dr. Goldstein.
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56 S. W. 1st STREET
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at the Entrance to Coral Gables
FRIDAY, APRIL 23,
WashingtonFollowing are an-
swers to questions asked by con-
sumers who are now using four
different sets of rations stamps
to buy their family food supply:
Q. Now that fats are rationed,
may I continue to take my sal-
vaged kitchen fats to the butcher?
A. Yes. You may turn in your
salvaged fats just as you did be-
fore rationing began.
Q. Does the butcher collect ra-
tion stamps when he sells the
salvaged kitchen fat I give him?
A. No. He sells the salvaged
fat to the Tenderer who makes
it into products that are not ra-
Q. May I leave a ration stamp
attached to the note by which J
I order butter from the milk-
A. No. You must arrange to
pay him an 8-point stamp in per-
son either before or when he de-
livers the butter.
Q. Are servicemen who eat
part of their meals at the post
and part at home eligible for
A. Yes. Servicemen are en-
titled to Ration Book Two, if
they eat 10 or more meals a
week away from the army post.
Q. How can I get a Ration
Book One if I never had one?
A. Apply to your local board
on OPA forms R-301 and R-315.
You will be asked for detailed
and complete information con-
cerning your reasons for not hav-
ing acquired a book sooner. Be
prepared to verify all your ad-
dresses since May, 1942.
Q. May I pay my milkman
ration points for butter he has
delivered when I pay my bill at
the end of the month?
A. No. You must give him
stamps either when you order
the butter or when he deliveres
Q. Will my red ration stamps
be good any time until I use
A. No. Red stamps A, B, C
and D expire on At>ril 30.
Q. How can I tell whether my
butcher is legitimately lowering
the point value of a cut of meat?
A. He must post the reduced
point value clearly where all
Recent Arrivals in the United States
Helped by National Refugee Service
Dr. Gabriel Davidson, Managing
Director of The Jewish Agricultural
Society, is the author of OUR JEW-
ISH FARMERS, his latest work on
the Jewish farm movement In the
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use them in any way you wish
after they become valid until
they all expire at the end of
Q. Will butchers usually lower
the point value of meat at the
his customers can see it and in- J end 0I tne week?
dicate he has lowered the point | A- No- There will be a re-
value to prevent spoilage of duction in point value only when
meat. He must also post the there is imminent danger of meat
ceiling and the lowered money j spoilage. Since supplies of meat
prices. (are limited, it is unlikely that
Q. May I have some of my butchers will usually have extra
A and B stamps until the end supplies on hand that would be
of the month when the C and i likely to spoil.
D stamps are still valid so I can
Two refugees from Hitler who reached America by war of
Portugal after fleeing from France are joyfully greeted by their
on, a private in the I. S. Army. The young soldier and a
brother who preceded the parents to this country arranged for
their immigration. Migration services afforded by the National
Refugee Service helped make possible their coming.
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buy a larger roast than is pos-
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A. Yes. None of your A, B,
C or D stamps expire until the
end of the month, and you may
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