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PAGE TWO +Je*istfkrxMar FRIDAY. OCTOBER l. 1943 SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS :>:• Michigan Ave.. Miam; Beach, retum• %  BM a twv-r--;r:r. vacation at her summer home m Cecar%  •*L L Sunday Allan, jr.. as* Sunday far Georgia Military CoDefe. Miuedger^e. Ga Miss Butt Miller will return y Sunday. Oct. 3rd. from Was* D C She viB rer.er parents. Mr. and 1 Mrs Sarr. B Miller, at £>: S W 4tt Scree*. 'SYMPATHY FOR JEWS IS EXPRESSED BY SIMON London ^.-: Monday Mrs Ph.lip Berk;-.renamed I '; %  .::•.: acatx rung — Cnrnhwai ani the Mortt for :-: an; nnr half monthi UNVEILING ase : %  .ae-cr:-. or u entered faroa H-. d %  : 1.. Xfac wnddaaf ;: Mam Roberta Lee Gotten daughter at Mx ir.; Mrs ABYed Patten of SS? IStt St Man Beach %  Lanm Ernest Ross VSA >:r. :: !>'.and Mil Fill mm Pan] : New Haven C r.r. took pia Last week a; the haaaa .:' the tnradk iku'i uncle and aur.i Mr and Mrs Haroid G : : 455 S W lfth Road The oouple will reside in Miami Beach while Lieut Paari %  stationed there K u tne arrr.v ordnance corps : -. : Buster Rifas wiB Sundaj Dot fad i. 0JM Jewuc Section woodarwn Cea ea rj Fir:. ::**:: H Rackoesky v.... officiate wit*. -.--. -..-.: Co an aaked it be present •"--:e Louis B Brocskv of New ":.--. n it the YeraaiUes hotel fa* imdefmiw Ray Ke wfl] mbered partacularty for; :ase called" the Bt .en moder.t" whirr. :>r^-_rred :r. New York in 1935 and which -e-; AdoJ Hitler :: adopt the swastika as the emblem for Germany at tne Nuremourg that year Lt. Jacob K. Shankman. USNR. M Jewisr. dupamin -.c be 'assignee : ttl Jacksonville Na, \"al Air Station Before joining the Navy. Lt Shankman seiA-ed as Rabbi at s>magorjes in Troy and New Rochel.e. N Y. Ufai Tr.eresa Cohen 2220 S W. Ter i.installed as new : .: -r.-Srii sororitj h: i.~. .nfcrma. d.nner and installaI ton, re re—.; r.;. beld it the home :'. Miss Geraidine Siepian. 1336 S W Mtt street Other new ofare Miss Nonna Haas, vice ::-•-.-.der.t. Miss Er.id SiJvem. retnc secretarj. Miss Lu I>a\is. corresponding secretary. Miss Geraidine Siepian. treasurer: Miss 3aoer>e Wolfe, sergeantat-arrr.5 laaai Syr;: Saphm. rash captain; Miss Munel Gerstcm. auditor. Red Cross staff assistants start a new service soon when they will man an information booth at Miami Beach Redistribution ter at the request of the army Mrs Stanley Myers, chairman. is casing a meeting of the entire corps on Saturday afternoon at 2 I o'clock. Red Cross headquarters. 507 N E First Ave. This will be :.rs: fall meeting of the corps and a general discussion of all corps services will be held A full agenda has been planned meeting, including certificates to be awarded to members who completed their training course several weeks ago. Stripes :-.::-.f 1 jrear*l service will be presented to all eligible members. With 150 active members already serving rr.ar.y hours a week %  ass.sting all Red Cross services. Mrs Myers is anxious to doubl-: thai number m order to :: %  •.:>• take care of the increasing lead of work. A new me for staff assistants anil start N \ember 1 at headquarters and those interested should serd name and address to Mrs Myers at 507 N E First Avenue. There is a special need for telephone operators, expert stenographers and file clerks. CLEVELAND TEMPLE To jBUY HOSPITAL PLAN^ Cleveland (JTA) T -r cono I regation of the The Terrr>;* K^5" 1 which is headed by Dr Abba S?' lei Silver, has been n^ft government authorities that fleet of a hoS ?^ P2n bUr' ing thename of The Temple ^n be purchased with the J2SwinX derived from the sale t ^ bonds by the en an u e aati on aS inception of the War CM Drn? The Temple has announeM that it expects to sell -i?£* tional $500,000 worth of b£t before the drive ends Mrs D? vid Kyman. chairman of tne enL agogues bond committee. Droad" cast this week over station WHK as a reward for bernc ^an-S Cleveland's "Woman f^fi We ek" in the war loan c an '.^ Buy War Savings Bonds Buy War Bonos and Stamp* and Insure Your Tx MR. C. V. GALARDI 10C2 SEY*BOLD BLDG. WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR tS LOV'SC MEMORY ef tKe> tur aaarte %  -*>*•% ana iatt—r LEWIS E. ROTHLEIN :* tt te >.• *tarwl -M( MRS. ETHEL ROTHLEIN AND SONS I DON'S GREETINGS a.l >_: me: I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami ir.; supporters W. .•_: cause A HAPPY NEW YEAR ani --.-::: prayrr.fae fan Rede= >jr H; .• La MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT SHTT?\rir E?. 1 .AT V' DANZIG'S --.:•;. -. A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mdy Health, Happiness and Prosperity be \ours in the greatest measure!



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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1943 Jeni$t> fk>ridHicim PAGE THREE ^MW^^w^wwwwww^My ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES %  ^^*^^^^*^^* > r n _n_n_ i NATIONAL COUNCIL With "Bring a New Member" as the password the National Council of Jewish Women wi open the season's activities with a luncheon for the general membership at the Royal Center. 300 S. E. 1st St., Miami, at 12:30 p.m., on Wednesday, October 6th. Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldman, executive director of the Federation will be the principal speaker at the affair which will also include an important business session as part of the agenda. Another feature of the afternoon will be the appearance of the "Defense Council Information Battery" which will answer questions and lead a discussion on Dade County Defense. Mrs. Monte Selig, Council president, will preside. Arrangements include the luncheon complete for $1.00. Plans for a membership drive have been made by Mrs. Nat Williams, 2nd vice-president of the Council. In an effort to reach prospective members, Mrs. Williams announces the following district leaders who may be con_ tacted for membership: Northeast u .section, Mrs. Philip Weinstein, phone 7-7280; Northwest section, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, phone 21864; Southwest section; Mrs. William Slepian, phone 9-3170Miami Beach South of 15th St Mrs Merlin C. Herzfield, phone 5-4129; Miami Beach North of 15th Street, Mrs. Leo Kupper, phone 5-2595; Normandy Isle and Surf side. Mrs. Ada Joseph; Coral Gables, Mrs. Benj. Le Vine, phone 4-5783; Coconut Grove, Mrs. Jean Seitlin. Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year to my Jewish Friends Wiley's Dry Cleaners 113 S. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-3746 Best Wishes for A Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. William Kesselman 410 S. W. 9th Avenue B'nai B'rith Hillel Director RENT-A-CAR U-DHIVE-IT Mercurv-Ford-Zephvr DADE MOTOR SALES CO. S. A. RYAN Oldest and Largest Dealer PHONE 2-7144, MIAMI 222 S. E. 2nd Avenue BEST WISHES for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR NELSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE 6988 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH TEMPLE ISRAEL Kaplan Hall will the scene of the Holy Day Tea on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Oct. 4. given by the Temple Israel Sisterhood. Rabbi Max Shapiro will head the program that will formally open the organization's seasonal activity. Miss Monica Coryeo will entertain with vocal selections accompanied by Mrs. Nettie Symes Morris. BEACH ZIONIST The regular weekly session of the Zionist Cultural Forum will be held at the site of the Spinoza Forum on the lawn at 11th St. between Collins and Ocean Drive. A regular question and answer period will follow, to which the interested public is invited for participation. MR. and MRS. SAM SILVER 120 S E. 13th Street, Miami wish all their relatives and friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR CANTOR JULIUS ROSENSTEIN wishes for all Jewry and particularly the members and worshipers of CONG. OHEV SHALOM Orlando. Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS Flaqler Paint-Glass Store Official Distributors of A. C. HORN CO. Paint and Waterproofing F. H. A. Loans for Alterations and Improvements. No Down Payment — 36 Months to Pay I Floor Sanding Machines Rented S. KAHN Flaqler Paint-Glass Store 1741 W. Flagler St.. Ph. 3-8924 Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. IF NOT SOLVED. TO BE i OPEN SORE London (JTA) — If the Jewish problem is not solved after the war, it will remain an "open sore" that will fundamentally affect the peace of the world, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, declared this week addressing a memorial meeting for the late Lord Wedgwood, pro-Zionist peer. Dr. Weizmann said that the Zionist position was under attack at present from Jewish and non-Jewish quarters at a time when "grave issues hang in the balance." He paid tribute to Lord Wedgwood as one of the few persons who understood the problems of the Jewish people. Other speakers, including Parliamentarians Geoffrey Mander. Oliver Creech Jones, Eleanor Rathbone and Lord Davies praised Lord Wedgwood's efforts on behalf of Palestine and stressed that the Balfour Declaration must be implemented and the White Paper abrogated if Britain's promises to the Jewish people are to be kept. SOUTH AFRICAN JEWS VOTE TO ASSIST A. I. C. Johannesburg, South Africa (JTA) — The South African Board of Deputies voted this week to collaborate actively with the American Jewish Conference, which recently concluded its first session in New York, and with other appropriate bodies overseas, in order to assist the Jews in Europe and Palestine now and after the war. At the same time, the Board established a special "committee on the tragedy of European Jewry" on which the Zionist Federation and several Polish Jewish groups are represented. The committee is expected to launch a campaign throughout the Union to acquaint the general population with the situation of the Jews in Europe. S. H. OKONNEFF 126 S. W. 16th Ave. Sexton of Cong. Schaarei Zedek wishes the Rabbi, Officers, Members and all Jewry, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBIS SEE HULL ON AID TO EUROPE'S JEWS Washington (JTA) — The situation of the Jews in Europe was discussed this week at a conference between Secretary of State Cordell Hull and a delegation from the Union of Orthodox Rab! bis of the United States and Canada. The delegation, which was led by Rabbi Leo Jung of New York City, appealed to the Secretary to take measures to effect the recue of a large number of rabbinical students who were stranded in Shanghai when the Japanese occupied that city. MR. AND MRS. RUBIN FEINBERG WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS IN MIAMI BEACH AND MIAMI SEASON'S GREETINGS I PALMER FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Extends Sincerest Wishes ior a Happy and • Prosperous New Year linan raits rutrr "A Friend in Need" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 9-2664 rSjGUST BROS R^ Lf* Is the BEST.' ^ NOTABLES TO RECEIVE JEWISH DELEGATION London (JTA) — Prominent writers, artists, musicians, leaders of the British Red Cross and other notables have formed a reception committee here to welcome Prof. Solomon Mikhoels and Lieut-Col. Itzik Feffer, the Soviet Jewish delegation, which is expected in England this week after a three-month tour of the Jewish communities of the United States. A luncheon in their honor will! be held on Oct. 18. with novelist H. G. Wells presiding, the committee announced. NEW YEAR GREETINGS VENETIAN SHORTWAY SEDAN SERVICE 1133 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3800 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR The LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 3-5491 21 N. W. 21st STREET It is a Pleasure to Extend A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWREY New Year Greetings to Our Many Friends and Patrons SEA FOOD 829 BISCAYNE BLVD. DeLuxe Dinners Steaks Chops Chicken SEASON'S GREETINGS Club Bali AND ASSOCIATES NEVER A COVER CHARGE DeLuxe Dinner 6 to 10 Nightly Biscayne Boulevard at Eighth Street MANUEL BAKER ABE BAKER PEST CONTROL SERVICE TERMITE PROOFING—FUMIGATING—MOTH PROOFING Bonded Uniformed Operators MIAMI — MIAMI BEACH — CORAL GABLES BISCAYNE EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. 3003 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6401 DON'T TOLERATE— EXTERMINATE £'Mono. Oxwo. • To Our Jewish Friends Miami Home Milk Producers Association OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRY FARMERS GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK-SOUR CREAM DRINK "HOME MILK" FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE PHONE 2-7696 LAUDERDALE 613 WE SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT THERE IS NO BETTER DAIRY PRODUCT THAN HOME MILK J



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PAGE FOUR +Jeistnoridiati FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1943 The Jewish Floridian Plant and Mam Offices. 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla. P O Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office of Miaou. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor Subscript: I Year S2.00 Sue Months. $1.00 MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1943 7ISHRI 2. 5704 VOLUME If NUMBER 40 ROSH HASHONAH ?rsh Hashonnh -JS z dry or sxck-t.t'f — It seems odd at hrst thought re _se sc rcrr.rr.ercfel a iertr as swek-tokiog" in conrtem cz with the s~zz.-vr_e zzi r~-r.:-s hie. It seems like pr^.~ 7 the hcy :c hnac tc :t ; rerr: sc worldly as stock toJrj:: ye< he "rw.se relir.cr ,s re the world azd :z: the wcrld Jud~-.gr s esse-rurl eairh-asss 3 cc th^s Terr world we lire in. Hcw .mpcrtn: he scpecsis :s needs ac stressing today as we v-.ew the wcrtd .r nccey The 'ewrsc rcccecr ices zcf _n roc* ncJre z difrerenhcrtion berwe-rti -—•* $cir-.-iLZ -~d rcc-sc_-.-_-. word They are one as :— zs rudesse a rcccerrred-—arc how rue this is. is also plain -c see tcocy The rrr-rd wr_;h we see about us in the last —-lysis rocs rocr. the T-.rl-rr.cn r: the very simple ethical pratr.ples hmhed tcvt ry Moses mi precched by the Jewish prophets many renrur-.es err Because ye gave net freedom :z one another behold I give to you freedom tc the sword to pesthence to famine." said Jeremiah. The Nazis would no: give heed:— :o one and another—and now they have heedem to the sword to pestilence to famine. Even the non-Nazis and the many of the anti-Nazi nations were indifferent about freedom being given to some of the minorities and they too alas cannot escape the punishment Rosh Hashonah is a day oi spiritual stock-taking. We remember the crimes of the Nazis but let us also remember the KIS of ah' of us. Let us remember the sin that the world did nothing about the Nazis as long as they were simply persecuting the Jews. Let us remember the sm oi the democratic nations that they did not stand together when by standing together, they might have prevented Hitler from daring to draw the sword. They would not iave collective security," so now the blood oc the innocent has been spilled. The good oki Jewish practice of remembering our cm is very rpropos today If the nations of the world take to it such arar/edies as the present wl" not be quickly repeawd. reace settlements should be prepcred before hostilities cecse and m those cases in which that .s impossible, the methods or solving them sooted be agreed upon. The Uniied NoJEWS IN REVOLT FIRE EXECUTION CAS CHAMBERS London (JTA>—Jewish prisoners in the notorious Trebhnka concentration camp in Poland revolted in August, setting fire to barracks and other buildings and also to the gas chambers in which thousands of Jews have been executed, according to a report reaching the Polish Governmentm-Exile here this week. The report does not give any further detain Reports reaching here in the past year from underground : sources" in Poland have indicated that the Trebhnka camp has become the chief execution center fcr the Jews in Poland. As the Polish ghettos were liquidated by the Germans, the residents arere, :r. rr.ar.y cases, sent to Trebhnka According to one report i the most modern and effi: execution center erected by the Nazis, with facilities, the Germans have boasted, for murdering 5.000 persons a day in the gas and steam chambers The illegal Polish radio SWIT was heard here this week broadr.g an appeal to Poles to as5._-t the Jews fleeing from ghettos and concentration camps. The broadcaster urged the Poles to feed and shelter the fugitives in order to prevent their apprehension by the Nazis. -'. ''— -m'-asc tea*, w noes shocjc oe the war ends the t=_-r*rsel souc-rare of peace to promo-* eooncm.r -asroce and to prer--ccrression hv wherever means or rorce rjecetscrr w_ oe recnv : -_: -. ber T Tr's use."—Senctor EAGENCY COMPLETES PLANS F00 PALESTINE Jerusalem ( J T A )—Plans for the post-war economic reconstruction of Palestine on which the Jewish Agency has been working during the past few months, are nearing completion, it was learned here this week They may be submitted to the forthcoming session of the Large Zionist Actions Committee which is the supreme Zionist body between Zionist Congresses. The plans, prepared by the. Institute fcr Economic Research. are based on the possibilities of large Jew .sh immigration to Palestine after the war and on the normalization of the transition period from war to peace time. Special attention ;s paid to the %  sstflrptiOH ;: ierr.:b:Lzed Jewish soicbers. It was disclosed here this week that the convocation of the Large 7 ao nm Actions Committee is enremtereg serious obstacles due Si rranspectation difficulties NeyJ. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th. 569&-JANUARY 16th. 1939 HIS SPIRIT GUIDES US SAFEGUARDS NAZI LOOTBTTIANSEEO ertheless. it is expected that delegates from the United States and England will arrive on tune. It is also hoped that Dr. Ghaim Weizmann will come to Palestine before the winter. The transportation difficulties also make it impossible, for the time being, to use the Palestine immigration certificates allotted to Jewish refugees m Lisbon. Teheran and Mozambique. Efforts however, are being made to ovI ercome these obstacles. Washington (JTA) — Br It was learned here this week *nd th United States struck ttuj that the Palestine Government week at a plan for safeguard-.* expects to announce the immigra-' N*" lo <* by fake transfers to tion schedule for the threej neutrals. month period from July to SepI m a statement issued snnu.uotember. Most of the Palestine usly here and in London Use visas under this schedule will be Sut Department and Foreign issued to Jews now in Turkev Office said that "the two Gorernand Aden. jments reserve the right to treat as invalid any transfer to neutral ownership of any enemy-owned rights or interests in property %  Italy." It emphasized that nationals or firms In neutral countries acquiring or purportiru la acquire such rights or interests render themselves liable to ali sanctions at the disposal of t.-.e Governments of the United States of America and the United Kingdom." The Nans have regularly itquired choice property cf ah kinds—from sculptures to sec-London (JTA*—The execution I ties—m occupied countries. I of 7.000 Russian Jews whose : lowing "stnctlv legal" forms, bodies were used for road-fill. but using extra-legal pressures was described in the House of including torture and threat of Commons this week by Comtorture of the property's cwr mander R M. Prior, a veteran of This system was first applied r. the Dieppe Raid, who secured the Germany itself to Jews and "'••information from a German solNazis, who were thoroughly loctdier. ed before they were driven front P. ESCAPES GERMANS TELLS OF KILLINGS Commander Prior was captil < country or imprisoned tured during the Dieppe raid bv L_ the Germans and escaped oc'v Tn* Third War Loan Drive is recently. During his imprisonaow OD wiU f^* 1 ** rstine —Buy War Savings Buy Wsr Savmgs Bonds



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9AY. OCTOBER 1, 1943 vJewisli fhrkHan PAGE FTVE ew Year Wishes to All and Mrs. Benjamin Fox of the STREET MARKET i~6 S. W. 6th St.. Ph. 2-8960 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno 744 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach — Phone 5-7764 Auditor Accountant Wish all Clients and Friends A Happy and Prosperous New Year BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. GEORGE I. BERTMAN NEW YEAR GREETINGS MIAMI ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CO. 550 N. W. 7th Street MIAMI I* I* r • Mr Hr Mr I* 1* • it • Today Moderation in all things except WORK FOR VICTORY! All SCHBNLBY distilleries are working day and night producing vital war alcohol for victory! */**H BLENDED WHISKEY 86 proof. The straight whit* kiesinthis product are 6 year* or more old; 40% straight ^ whiskey. 60% neutral spirits distilled from fruit and %  ^ grain*. 23% straight whiskey, 6 years old. 17% straight whiskey. 7 year* old. Schenley Distillers Coipn N.Y.C ^ ,. ^ ******••••••******* War Savingg Bonds. Bur War Savings Bond*. Director Returns From Institute Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Bureau for the past 13 years, attended the "Institute of the Family Service Field of Social Work," held at Clayton, Ga., September 12-18. Others from Miami included Mrs. Dorothy Cason and Mrs. Helen Leach of the Family Service Bureau, who participated in the program. The institute was planned for executive supervision and case workers in the family service MRS. SADYE G. ROSE field of social work. The emphasis of the program was placed on family problems in time of war and post-war planning. Discussion leaders were: Dr. Judith Silberpfenig, noted phychiatrist of New York City, and Mrs. Lucille Austin, district supervisor of New York Community Service Society and faculty member of the School of Social Work. The Family Service Bureau and the Jewish Welfare Bureau are local Community Chest agencies. JEWSlTEDROPE IN LABOR CAMPS; MANY ARE WOMEN Geneva (JTA)—Tens of thousands of Jewish deportees from France, Belgium, Holland, Bulgaria and the Government-General section of Poland are confined in labor camps in Upper Silesia, in Poland, where they are being used for road building, mining and other difficult manual labor, according to a reliable report reaching here this week. Among the deportees are several thousand women, who are also compelled to work, the report says. It declares that conditions at most of the camps are so appalling that many of the internees have committed suicide. In a camp at Koenigshutte, the report discloses, there are 3,000 French Jews, including children of 14 and 15 years of age, who are forced to work in neighboring potassium mines and to dwell in underground quarters. They are permitted to come up to the surface for only two hours every two weeks, on alternate Sundays. At Camp Breig, near Breslau, the report continues, 600 Parisian Jews are employed as roadbuilders. They work from 4:30 a. m. until 7 p. m. with only one honur for rest and eating. About 9,000 Jewish deportees from Czechoslovakia, Holland and France are working in the Myskiwuez Chrazanow Trzebinia region, while 5,000 from the Government General are in a camp at Myslowitz. A few thousand Jews in the Katowice Birkenau Wadodice district are used for constructing bridges and building houses and roads. Two thousand Jewish women from Paris are at Oberlangen Bielau and another 300 are at camp near Neisse, the report reveals. RELIEF MEASURES OF AFRICAN JEWS TOLD Df JDC AIDE New York (JTA)—The situation of the Jews in French North Africa, especially in Tunisia which was under Nazi occupation, was described here this week by Kurt Peiser. executive director of the Jewish Federation of Charities in Philadelphia, who has just returned from Algiers by plane after spending four months in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia in behalf of the Joint Distribution Committee. Mr. Peiser, who is one of the first relief workers to return from that area, emphasized that in addition to the efficient job being done in North Africa by the Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations, there is great need for private relief agencies. The chief problem facing Jewish relief groups now, he said, was to provide housing for the thousands of refugees from bomb-devastated cities and to improve sanitary and health conditions. The food shortage has been alleviated to a great extent, he said. When the JDC representatives arrived in Tunis, they found the city filled with Jewish refugees from other sections of Tunisia, whose homes had been destroyed either by the Germans or during Allied bombings, and who had been stripped of all their possessions by the Nazis. During their occupation of Tunisia, Mr. Peiser disclosed, the Germans extorted 58,000,000 francs in fines from the Jewish communities and conscripted 8,000 Jews for forced labor on pain of executing the communities' leaders if the laborers were not forthcoming. Temporary housing has been secured for most of the native refugee Jews, he said, but with the advent of the rainy season shortly more permanent structures will have to be found for them. PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 228 8. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MBS. MAST SCHBEBNICX Sgt. I. Abramowitz, stationed at Murphy Field adjoining Palm Beach, and who was confined at the army hospital at the field, is now convalescing at his apartment in the city. With him is his wife. The Jewish Floridian wishes the season's greetings, and our best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. WIST PALM K—CBSJU MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK AND SON JOE WEST PALM BEACH wish for all their relatives and hundreds of friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS! Wishing for you and yours full measure of health, prosperity and personal happiness — and looking forward with you to the time when Peace and Good Will shall again reign on this earth. • ED HAMILTON y SOUTHERN DAIRIES fmim AS NEAl TO YOU AS TOSS FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 PALM BEACH BOTTLING WORKS INCORPORATED WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA Beverages of Quality Since 1920 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHED 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS'* Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Fla.



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PAGE SIX MMM ncrkflar? i FRIDAY, RINGLEADER OF RIOTS BEING HELD FOR TRIAL Montreal (JTA) — Sentencing • of Rene Bolduc. alleged ring lead'er of the anti-Semitic riots in the Canadian resort town of Plage Laval on July 25. in which several Jews were injured, some seriously, has been delayed as a result of Bolduc's changing his plea from guilty to not guilty. "On the occasion of Rosh Ha-' When arraigned last week. Bolshonah I take this means of exdue pleaded guilty to the charges tending mv best wishes to all my against him and the sentencing PALMER EXTENDS BEST WISHES TO GENERAL PUBLIC friends and entire Jewry of Miami." Sidnev H. Palmer, owner A .,> set for this week. However, when he was brought to court. CZECHS CONSIDER BILLTO CHANGE POSITION OE JEWS of the Palmer Funeral Chapel j he announced that he had decidsaid. "It is mv sincere hope that cd to plead not guilty and the the next year will bring happi-';udge sol next week for hearing ness and good health to all. We : the case Young Bolduc evaded will strive to continue in the, the police for several weeks betrue meaning of our byword. 'A fore surrendering. Friend In Need'." Our Chapel presents an atNOTED PHILOSOPHER mosphere of warmth and friendDTTDT icurc Mnif n/"\r"Mr tinesa Refined, tasteful, yet home rUgUBHlE o 1N LW flUUK like, the main chapel is designed! ,. ,. ~7Z~. „ to lend digmtv and is ultra-mod-' Ng" ." or < JT -^ — > n t '"^ .•rn :n every respect A new ad' : wisdom, by the noted Jewish dition to our n Funeral Philosopher, Dr. Jacob Klatzkin. Home are two Fan af*, ho n nng in the Unitfordina the utmost in privacj statl published here I rt to 1 k '>' ,h <' If B r:scher ticated w — corporation. participating men Th e ^^ 1S concerned with the lodges and ts of everya librarv and prov;,ie> necesaav hie ,nd ,he art of living It sary accommodations for such occontains reflections on science. .r:. politics, philosophy, phvcholThe preparat:on r, nd religion. Dr Klatzkin. r-1 whi the creator of and equiprr.cr.: T:u ...SK..: %  %  rge select:. n : .. ski :> :> me< I i Orth .-. \ strictlj as an ela:-. i Reform chape: is available L;.v..r. ... i ambulai ftanl > %  r schedule Located at 2008 West Fiagier Street the structure, consisting of 15 large %  • %  use >.: the Funeral home uhich >:,iered one of Miami's most elaborate and up-to-date In connection with the Funeral Home Mr Palmer operates The Palmer Monument Co.. designers and creators of •:and uments. "The reception acbeautifu ^ning and workmanship has K. tying." Mr. Palmer stated. "and while n are too or too sa pen rial ation to all and take care not only • ting I .m but of t tails enr.g." Zurich (JTA) — A bill altering the legal position of the Jews in the Nazi puppet-state of Slovakia was considered at a joint session of representatives of the constitutional, economic and budget committees of the Slovakian Government, it is reported in the i newspaper Slovak reaching here this week from Bratislava. The joint session also considered another bill offered by the Government which suggests modification of the decree under which a special tax is levied on Jewish property. The session adopted a decision to have the bills re-drafted, after which are to be submitted again for final approval by a joint session of officials representing the three government branches inted in the measures. WAR RESTRICTIONS IS CAUSE OF MEET BY AIR New York (JTA) — The Williamstown Institute of Human Relations, which is sponsored biennially by the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will not meet this year due to wartime travel restrictions, it was announced this week. Instead the Institute will be held by means of radio discussions and dramatizations with networks and local stations participating. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. : iginal widely acclaimed Biophilosophy. is the author of manv books on philosophy and psychology which have been pubI abroad. He is a biographer of Spinoza, author of a dictioi of philosophy and an editor of the Encyclopedia Judacia. HAPPY NEW YEAR Follow the Crowd Ice Cold Budweiser Beer On Tap DOC'S BAR 761 N. W. 62nd St. Ph 7-9633 Buy Stamps and Bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Pearlman and Mrs. Jessie L Zucker Wtt A Our Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Honoroff 1239 15th St, Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Buy Stamps and Bonds. ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CARRIB NOVELTY CO. 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tf, OCTOBER 1. 1943 fJewisti Meridian PAGE SEVEN iTER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Of The Jewish Welfare Board SERVICE A COMMUNITY PROJECT Help Us Keep a Record of Our Man in Service PARADE! LOCAL BOYS Miami and vicinity are Ion students at the 58th QolTraining Detachment at ^chusetts State College, Amkuded are Harold Solomon, |s. W. 13th St.; David J. rti, 533 N. W. 28th St. and eth M. Meyrson, 622 15th St. Donald R. Kleinson of id Mrs. M. Klein, 850 Euk.ve.i Miami Beach, is en. in a special course of infion at the Signal Corps' at Camp Murphy. Marty Shankman, son of nd Mrs. Al Shankman. 2301 17th St., has taken part in najor battles since he was overseas assignment. Shankmans have two other in the service, Corp. Sam kman, stationed in CaliforJoa, in Navy training at nond, Va. tly appointed to captain is I B. Fleeman. infantry, forof 2733 S. W. 3rd Ave. Cadet and Mrs. Saul Broi,131 Meridian Ave., announce irth of a daughter on Sept. St. Francis Hospital. and Mrs. Arnold Rou. 842 lian Ave., announce the jof a daughter on Sept. 22, Francis Hospital. lan 1/c Joieph Foter. Us enrolled at the local sub school. Mr. Foster is the ir of Mrs. Alexander F. Miami Beach. lo prominent Miamians in rom home camps write that %  %  -11. Lt. ( E. Albert Pallot iv stationed at Boston, Mass., :apt. Harold Rand is at the &n Hospital of the San AnTexas, army base. p. Fred Schoenburg, son of and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg, 3. W. 4th St., is home on a lay furlough from PennsylIrving Rotfort was made %  anding officer of the WenUtah, bombing and gunrange late last month. *'ays interested in the welBf his men, Lt. Rotfort has r.ed his position with a new t of enthusiasm and is very lar with his men. ior to his enlistment as a Ite in October 1941 he was he laundry business in Miwith two of his brothers. rt. Murray Miller, son of Mr. Mrs. Sam B. Miller, 900 S. |4tn St., will arrive in town ">y. Oct. 3rd, to spend a five '.Jrlough. A |Message From A-N Chairman At President of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Chairman of the Army-Nary Committee, may I take this opportunity to thank the entire Jewish Community and my able committee in particular for their exemplary cooperation and the noble work which has been performed by them. I know that we are not seeking thanks nor are we expecting credit for doing only that which is our rightful responsibility. This has not been a responsibility in the true sense of the word, but a pleasure and a privilege to serve those in the Armed Forces by furnishing recreation and endeavoring to provide a friendly and .homelike atmosphere. My sincere thanks, and a Happy New Year to all. SAM BLANK. Pfc. Maurice Levy, 25, of Chicago, wounded four times in the jungle fighting on New Guinea early this year, has been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross in recognition of a remarkable deed. Private Levy's was an effective one-man campaign of enemy decimation. Going into action near Sanananda, his platoon was pinned down by heavy machine gun and rifle fire. Private Levy, a sniper, slowly made his way to a position of vantage and as night fell proceeded to pick off Jap troops. He had accounted for six when, the flashes from his own fire beginning to draw accurate enemy fire, he changed position, lodging himself in a crotch formed by two large trees. This gave him an excellent field of fire and, with the coming of day, he succeeded in knocking out nineteen more Jap soldiers one by one. But he himself did not come off unscathed. Four times Jap bullets found their mark on him and finally the loss of blood was too great to permit him to go on. He managed to get out of the tree and crawl back to the safety of the American lines. WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED 8H0CHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JENNIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERQ J. W. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIG. Vice -Chairman JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac. Executive Committee Mn. Waltar Brontton. Mra. Max Dobrin, Maurice Oroaaman, Louia Htlman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mra. Murry Kovan, Harry Markowitx, Nat Roth, Fred Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle. George Wolpert. CIVILIANS TOO, III DEED OF USOJWB Meeting emergency situations for servicement and their families is all in the day's work for USO JWB workers, but it is never routine. Some problems, however, are more less common to all war areas. Here is a scene, recently enacted at the Anniston, Ala., USO club, which is perhaps typical: It was after midnight and all soldiers had gone back to camp.. Around the Traveler's Aid desk were a group of 26 civilians, dejected, and bewildered. There was no place for them to spend the night. Hotels were full, tourist camps had no rooms, all available accommodations in private homes had been exhausted. In the group were a mother and father, who had come from Michigan to see their son, ill in the camp hospital. Nothing mattered except to be with their boy. Seated by the wall was a young mother with a babe in arms. She had come from Kentucky to see her husband, who was expecting to be shipped out. Occupying a sofa was a mother with four children, concerned not only for her soldier-husband, but for her children whom she had brought down to kiss their father good-bye. Morris Kronenfeld, Jewish Welfare Board Director of the Club, galvanized into action the tired porters and members of the staff still on duty. Cots were brought up from the cellar, blankets found and soon some sort of accommodations were arranged for all 26. The women and children were placed on the stage and in the dressing rooms, while the men slept in the shower room. In a short time, strained tempers had evaporated. The children were sleepy, but smiling. The USO had provided a "home away from home" for the soldiers' families, and a feeling of camaradie and good fellowship sprang up among 26 tired travrelers, strangers a few hours before, brought together under the friendly USO roof. Lt. Jerome C. Simpson, 24, of New York City has been awarded the Air Medal and three Oak Leaf Clusters, as well as the Distinguished Flying Cross. Pfc. Stanley I. Silverman, 24, of Brooklyn, is the recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross for "extraordinary heroism in action" in the Tunisian fighting. "His exceptionally courageous actions in combat," Captain John D. O'Rourke, his commanding officer, wrote to the Silvermans, "were an inspiration to the other men of my company You may well be proud of him and the service he has rendered his country." Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through the Co-Operation of ABESS & COSTAR First National Bank Building COWEN'S SHOE STORE 155 E. Flagler St. — 822 Lincoln Rd. FIXZIT SYSTEMS, Plumbers 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLORIDA LINEN SERVICE 100 N. W. 20th Street LAND-O-SUN DAIRIES. Inc101 Alton Road LUBY CHEVROLET CO. 1055 Wast Flagler Street MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. Uth Street NATIONAL BRANDS. Inc. 690 N. W. 13th Street NANKIN'S SHOE STORE 150 East Flagler Street SAM MEYERS 111 South Miami Avenue SOUTHEASTERN SALESMEN'S CARAVAN Langford Building STANDARD WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 149 N. E. 10th Street TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS DuPont Building WILLIAM D. SINGER SUNGAS CO. 1100 West Fla gler Street WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB West Flagler St. at 37th Avenue WOLPERT FURNITURE CO. 155 West Flagler Street WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfson Sydney Meyer To |U] A Happy New Year PETE'S BARBECUE 2537 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4-9262 New Year Greetings BROWN'S GOOD GULF SERVICE STATION 10 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green wish to the Rabbi, the Congregation and Friends of the MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All—A Most Happy New Year JOE'S STONE CRAB RESTAURANT Steaks Chops Chicken 227 Biscayne St., Phone 5-9221 —TO ALL— A Most Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. SAM JOSEPHER of the MIAMI SEA FOOD CO. (wholesale distributors) FISH AND SHRIMP 675 N. W. 5th Street 9-3330 PHONES Night 5-1357 GREETINGS RICHLAND SUNDRIES 2187 N. W. 36th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA SINCERE GREETINGS TO ALL MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY 222 N. W. 27th Street MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-6666 SEASON'S GREETINGS Your Local Ford Dealer HUSKAMP MOTOR CO. 242 Alhambra Circle PHONE 4-2536 CORAL GABLES TO ALL—THE SEASONS BEST WISHES SKYWAY RESTAURANT Is Known for Delicious Food at Popular Prices SANDWICHES. BEER AND SOFT DRINKS It is Our Pleasure to Serve War Workers and Service Men 4157 N. W. 36th Street Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Haniord Proprietors GREETINGS BON TON CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 1918 W. Flagler St., Ph. 3-6067 8350 Biscayne Blvd., Ph. 7-1269 30 N. W. 14th St. —Main Offices and Plant— 637 N. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jeistfkridlairi FRIDAY, OCTOBH ^^^^•^•^^•^P^P^^P^S^B^^P^P^P^^^P^P^^ V^^^ ^WWm 0**i+**'**^*^**** m *** $ B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Bv PAUL WETTZMAN 1 HOUSES OF WORSHIP DIRECTORY CONGREGATION BETH DAVID in N W. Third A\e Miami MAX SHAI'IRO. Rabbi LOUI3 HATMAN. Cantor TEMPLE ISRAEL 1ST N. E. 19th St.. Miami RABBI JAC.iH M KAPLAN. Rabbi Emerilua I'h.D This week marks the end of one year and the beginning of a new one. The writer, too. is noting the end of a year of "B'nai B'ritta N tes" under his bv-line. time for the war effort. Tne Third War Loan is lagging, with only a few days to go. because American has not bought enough bonds—the big MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX 0 a W. IT Art., Miami JOSKTH E RAi'KoVSKY. Rabbi LEWIS OREKN. Sexton w wwwwwwwwwwwx ww i %  m THE Y. M. ftl NOTES %  T HARRY icinrxiiTi AriWMMMkAAAAAAAAa We wo. :o feel that some money has already gone into I of the 30.000 words that were Third War Loan "Such is the n • o fulfillment of this port from the Treasury departserved some purpose bement. BEACH JEWISH CENTER HIS EucMd Av* Miami Beach IRVIXO LEHRMAN, Rabbi ABRAHAM 1> WOLF. Cantor B'nai B'nth is helping. A go to press the I tal war B ng the mills I War If it h. • Jo ... I i tions May '• V u With the ::. ing J. N. F. STAMP FOR 5704 aim of just reporting. time for "st I •. W 11 j At : Prayers will I I for I %  • •. liqi be ... %  v High H %  .' j j '• E llul (S % %  ughout the naI iition of rom 1 Manj • J< wFund stamp IsIvenl f tl Y< ar 5i04. y... ring in in the '. t the Synagogu |. war for su d as at kil—the faith in the victory i L'nited Nations and in the : jusill m• ts of Euro: t ; ,:-. Jewry and % %  I •• of a J. Commonwealth in Palesl r.gs is 1 Na: %  I I BETH SHOLOM CENTER :e: list Bt MI 9 M M \ % %  HTEI. Rabbi Ml AM FRII -MAN into A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO MIAMI JEWRY As you read these columns, the year 5704 will be ushered in. We | have many things for which to be thankful and we hope that on day of Rosh Hashonah we will give thanks to the Almighty for all the things he has done for us. The future seems somewhat brighter. Communities throughout America are making dans for post-war projects. MiJewish activities a •" and ,.coSlSjJ aS-topartic^fe N-EWYJA, is extended one of HAPPY ONE AND ALL. "Y" Engages Youth Director The • Y Actirj is proud to that it has arcei of Sam Ka^J^ 11 %  j *ni And :. : we're taking BETH JACOB CONGREGATION • • w nethei al lc Ii been put Wa.h Av* and I SI Ml mil MOSES MES^HFLOFF, Rabbi MAI '•• \M'"HKS. Cantor SCHAAREI ZEDEK Hit S W ThW Bl v : .iml SIM IN APRIL Rabbi TEMPLE EMANU-EL I SOI Sou tl ti I -. %  FLauderdale, K. • | -.vnnd Ft. '.. award i" BAMl'EL HALEVI BARON, Rabbi RADIO HOUR Ral In • i 1 Rabbin.... TA sr-Nearly S5.000 • %  H j .. Pilgrimage to Cemetery The traditional annual pilgrimage to the cemetery will take place Sunday. Oct. 3. on the "Fast of Gedaliah" at 2 p. m. It is a Jewish tradition for all who have beloved ones interred to pay tribute to their memory by attending the service which will be under the auspices of the Rabbinical Association. The scheduled is announced as follows: At Woodlawn Cemetery at 2 p. m.: Rabbis Simon April. Jacob H. Kaplan. Moses Mescheloff and Max Shapiro. At Graceland Cemetery at 3 p. m.: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Samuel Machtei. At Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 2 p. m..: Rabbis Irving Lehrman and Samuel Machtei. Local cantors including Louis Hayman. Maurice Mamces. Abraham Wolf, A. Friedman and Moses Teitlebaum will assist. Also joining in the traditional ceremony will be Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. He will lead in prayer at the Woodlawn Cemetery. Jewish Section, at 2 o'clock and be at the service of his members. ami Jewry is wide awake and is ties Directoi MrKad i among those communities that backgroi; are making such plans. | rious Comrr, The Y M. H. A. is planning a Y ork gigantic program, not only for aft r the war. but for the current year. The following are some of projects that afe being planned: 1. A forum group for adults that will meet once a week. 2. A course in Jewish History ponsored by the "Y" in o in with the RabbinAssociation of Greater Mi3. Classes in Conversational I Spar 4 Concerts. 5 Lectures by men of national prominen 6. Projects for children of all 1'.-lia program is so diversified that men and women and children will find something to inter-; est them. We hope that you will \ take advantage of the opportunity and register at the "Y" imj mediately for one or more of these projects. The 'Y'* has al: ways strived to be the center of % %  Center, j?, II be vert, able in h ,„ re e ** '• urg. ,.i: parents m. their childrei v, he r?* jec^hat v be p,anne$ SEASON S GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY 3C3 E FLAGLER $T 1 MIAMI-PHONE 3-218 JOHNNIE & MACI BODY SHOP -By thi •: : ad Tntf! Painting—Color Mttdfl Seat Covers Body and Fender Repm 74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. HI w HAT HEN HERE %  AAAAMM* A Happy Ni Year tc Al WILSON DRUG! 201 Palm A r.ue. Hialeai| PHONE 8-2212 lumn .n ondtK t*l by th Miami Jewish PederatkMi In with ThJewish FV-rMjniiy senrlee. To inform unity of your ora-antz. ,<-k In !->. r.' .V.tif. cation • tK!l thai W(rk ) SEASONS GREETING! PIG & WHISTlfJ! BARBECUE GIL l! J346 N. W 7th Aw V AVI ALXA-SELTTEK cOm faat rclMf for Ha 6'"U Sfmraltrta. ~M< tmjLhm", (M4 Di.) "•"Ui PIIM sa4 Ati4 linmii lt AJJI roar Or-acc^t — • C.u aod M O Made Frora Freeh Orangee BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELE1N METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Bigg** Because Best A HAPPY NEW YEAR I. S. MAS' PHARMACY First and Washington Avenue PHONE 5-9953 MIAMI BEACH Oct. 4. Temple Israel Sistermeeting and Holv Day tea, 1 Kaplan Hall. 2 p. m. Oct. 5. Nat'l Home for Jewish I Children at Denver meeting. VM.UVHA. Miami Beach Oct. 5. Meeting, Temple Israel' Board. 8 p. m. Wed.. Oct. 6. National Council! of Jewish Women luncheon and afternoon social. Sun.. Oct. 10. Miami Y' M. H A. dance. 8 p. m. Oct. 12. Installation of officers., Nat 1 Home for Jewish Children at Denver. YM&WHA. Miami B,ach. Best Wishes • Our M* Ji-\ • nds DR. A. A. FARMEB 1108 N. W. 3rd A e..Pa.*" NOu* Svw mi G yocr daily qao itaKiaa A and D and BCop'% by takia ONBA-DAT ibrandi VIUBII TabWta. Eoosoni. eai. eo-iTvttient. At TJ'-r droc 9tmr9 — f or th btx 1 oe boa. ONE-W-DAY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero oi Deri ;. c an risfa .,:. % % %  %  ads and m of Miami Beach Jewish Community Center A HAPPY NEW YEAR i NEW YEAR GREETINGS JOSEPH M. 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•~ • r-r^ x -j."'..f rr.-T. TZ^^..zr-rr;*^ ..• :TOBEH 1. 1943 Meni*ti lh*Hm PAGE NINE HE YEAR IN SPORTS (A Riw of Jw. in Sports During S703) By MORRIS WEINER (Sporti Editor— J.with Telographic Ageacy) ;hioni in World at War Hiring the past year, Jews in have won scores of cham% nships and on dozens of occatns have. been debecked with laurel wreath emblematic of oremacy in the world of sports, ft, were there not a single Jewathlete participating on the lidiron, the baseball diamond, basketball court, the boxing Lg or in any of the sundry ilaxies into which the minor ii-!d of sports is sub-divided, the ir 5703 would still loom as one the greatest in the history of rs in sports. For—during the It year—the second year in \ h our champions have traded sir athletic togs for a service iform and a rifle, the name of man and the exploits of that man, not only made an entire tion proud, but gladdened the arts of the entire family of kited Nations. The allied world id homage to the exploits of a lsnt athlete—for years a leadin the sports world and so it with pride that we open our hew of the year with the tribute it is due Barney Rosa—-ehamof champions in a world at a review of this kind, we to relate some of the highlit* among the activities of our vish athletes but w feel that -telling of the story that came IEST NEW YEAR WISHES MIAMI FOOD STORES SS N. E. Mth Street out of Guadalcanal on the night of November 14, 1948, would be the greatest tribute we could possibly pay to gallant Barney—outstanding Jewish athlete of the year 5703. Bara r ROM The comeback of a champion is always news—but the way Sergeant Barney Ross—the same lad who once held three world boxing championships—came back and made good in the biggest fight of his life has stirred the imaginations and fired the blood of every sports loving American. The terse communique from a base hospital on Guadalcanal a little over ten months ago that Barney Ross was suffering from a combination of malaria, shell-shock and shrapnel wounds and would probably be cited for gallantry under fire, set the nation on edge. The full story of how the Marine here killed ten Japs one night while guarding his wounded pals in a NEW YEAR GREETINGS ^ JOHN B. ORR, Inc. Building Construction Quarry Keystone PHONE 2-4159 25 N. E. 20th Street shell-hole in the steaming jungle holding the Nips off for 14 hours until aid arrived, electrified even the blase boys on Jacobs Beach. They knew that Barney was a wonderful guy, a good fighter, but they never expected anything like that—comebacks being what they are. Those of us who saw the twentyeight year old Ross (an old man as fighters*go) yield the third of his triple boxing; crowns to Henry Armstrong five years ago saw Barney take a merciless beating. Only the eternal fire, ever burning in the heart of any truly great champion, kept the lad on his feet under the terrific barrage of flailing fists unleashed by Homicide Hank. Afterwards, when we saw the gallant veteran in his dressing room, a lump choked up in our throat and we couldn't talk. One look at his battered face, the swollen lips and the puffed and bleeding eyes told the story. No Ross was through as a fighter. Some days after the loss of his welterweight title, news of his retirement as a fighter reached the public. That was May, 1938. NEW YEAR GREETINGS UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 3-2270 Little was heard of the dapper Barney from then on. But right after Pearl Harbor, Barney enlisted with the Marines. There were several pictures in the papers of the 33 year old former champ, now graying at the temples, dressed in a natty Marine uniform and holding a rifle at a jaunty angle. Then silence. And then the thrilling flash from Guadalcanal that electrified a nation. The fans who had almost forgotten him one again remembered the greatest fighter since Benny Leonard. But we have called Barney the Champion of Champions. We are not alone. On New Year's Day, Ross was chosen the winner of the American Round Table's annual award for the outstanding Individual contribution to sports in A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Chemical Co. ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS Hotel, Janitor, Sanitary Supplies, Deodorants, Disinfectants PHONE 5-4353 824 7st St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS NEW YEAR GREETINGS PUBLIC CAS CO. 7200 N. W. 7tk Avo. Pkoao 7-MM 1942. The $500 War Bond prize is determined in a nation-wide pell of sports writers. But even more—The Boxing Writers' Association awarded-him the Edward J. 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•"• — PAGE TEN fUMtaMkrMvi OCTOBER The Year In Sports • Continued from Page 9) him a-Their Man of the Year. No wonder then that Jews the world over have a right to be proud IT mlil No too much has happened in this particular field sine* the' j, mwr it;ht Captain Hank Greenberg,' Uc t ** %  %  tke erstwhile fence buster of the. J^ £££"" Detroit Tigers, received the p'.a-; A rt rrisajaan qae from the Baseball Writers' {aa rutt Association as "having best ex' game was good for doxens of thrills and the team of Jewish allAmcricans who emerged at the end of the season to take its place alongside all-star teams of yesteryear would not have to apolgize in a single post. Many of these lads mentioned are now with the armed forces. The team is one of the best we've offered in years. HUM PMIUCO Cell*** Kerk Wriaer and UCLA, and R.B. WaMOMO T. Braan R O. PranaylTaaia a M..i :§!. L.O WMhlnU)a (UK L.T. WsshlBfUa ULfMMi Dwili Ttcfe aad Beet wisraoala Da* Schmoct Bark Trawsses IN Mi Back Tuian* Bat* Idaho %  Lastly Hinrh emplified the ideals of baseball to! ,* osd ud the world." Much was expected of' %  sBra*Jis*rw Hank Panning-, the star-veteran; Tirt ^ QMm backstop of the New York Giants, g„ Dandsft but Handsome Harry the Horse! A finer gang of gridiron superhas been inducted and is now* up j men we've not presented in years, to his ears in work at Officers! Boykoff and Basketball Candidate School. However. Harry Basketball still remains the Feldmaa f the Giants and Harry sport in which Jewish athletes Eisenstadt of the Cleveland In-, predominate. Were we to list the dians have done excellent jobs in their spots as relief huriers although Feldman also ran up an names of those whom we consider the most outstanding throughout the land—we would be runcredit as %  starting pitcher as well. The most notable addition to baseball ranks this year, however, was the signing of Sid Gordon, twenty-four year old third-baseman with the Giants. Gordon should go a long way in the majors if his first year in the big time is any indication. The number of three-baggers and home runs he I has clouted to date gives morei than fair promise of what his activities in the big time will be' next year, and even fire years \ from now. He's an erratic hitter but can come through in the pinches and his fielding is improving with every game. Football Offer* Gridiroa Great* ; A Gang of Supcrmti Big League baseball may not kave been as productive of its' usual number of Jewish diamond stars as in other years—but footMl made up for any dearth of Jewish talent no matter what the sporting front was. The gridiron appreciable number of wins to hisj n j n g j n to tremendous arguments. However, one thing is certain. Just! as Barney Ross is top man of the year and as Hank Green berg was tops a year ago in baseball—so, the name of Harry Boykoff—the ] six foot nine inch giant of the' St. John's quintet is tops this year j in basketball. Boykoff, a mere sophomore on the Redmen, has broken more records by himself than most teams do in a score of years. Without a doubt, Boykoff U the greatest basketball player of the 1940-1943 court campaign. It's our prediction that Boykoff will earn the reputation of being the greatest college player this country has evei seen—and be will earn his reputation before the next court season is over. Runner-up for honors on a nation-wide basis was Captain Jerry Fleishman of New York University. Boxing Next to the news of Barney Ross and his award as '^portdom's Man of the Year," was the item that came out of Cleveland regarding the death of Joe Choynski, one of the first top-notch Jewish heavyweights America has ever seen. Choynski—the man who fought them all—Sullivan, Jeffries, Corbett—died at the age of 74. As for newcomers in this field —no new heavies have appeared to take the place of Buddy Baer or Abe Simon, the two behemoths NEW YEAR GREETINGS WHITE SUNDRY STORE 2833 Bird ATOM PHONE 4-2140 PHONE 5-7111 ENFJELD S CAMERA SHOP Corner Washington Avenue 4M LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. NEW YEAR GREETINGS S U N L I C H T BEAUTY SCHOOL 1011 N. W. Soco.d to PHONE tHM A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 TIP TOP GROCERY STORES THE FINEST FOODSTUFFS THE MARKET AFFORDS AT REASONABLE PRICES" 27 N. W. Fiftk Str*i—fMsM 2I1M 1301 W..I FUfler Streot Pkaae 2-6745 665 N. W. 36ta Street—Phoae 76276 2425 S. W. 8th Street— Phoae 4-4441 COMPLIMENTS 1 MR. AND MRS. HENRY D. WILLIAMS AND FAMILY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPP NEW YEAR A. D. F. BLOODWORTH of the ring who appeared as challengers for Joe Louis' crown concurrently. The score in the other divisions stands exactly as it did a year ago. The record of twentytwo world championships since Abe Attell attained his featherweight title will have to stand for another year. The armed forces took whatever talent youthful Jewish boxers had to offer. This is one port where a Jewish champ will not be seen until after the duration. Automobile Racing Here again the score remains as is. Mauri Rose retains his crown A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MORRIS KALER KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22ND ST. PHONE 2-5197 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Immaculate Cleaners MR. and MRS. MAX SINGER and SON BILL 1449 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-2459 NEW YEAR CREETINGS NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. 77 N. W. Mtk Street PHONE 7-2427 for still „ olher | "It of the second cl,? *l the Memorial Day 5**1 Sjeedwae Rare ^JJJL and dapper Cha P | ine *g| now n expert m,ch7, J3 urt with a defense 2*$ turns out hundred, 0 f fc*. ** engine Mauri did so muc e h ^ thaw 600 mi ,e **< on the racetracks j-J! outstanding lea


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. —.?~*tw "•m \ *r %  .^. %  —~-*—— i n sn> MMH I vr ;TOBER I. 1943 \be Year In Sports (Continued from Page 10) | now a first lieutenant in the |r Corps and hopes to return to saucer tracks after the durait Track and Field iBernie Mayer, now with the lited States Marines, became first National Champion in 16 pound shot-put event when captured the first place at the itional Indoor Championships at udi.ion Square Garden last winHe duplicated his performices at the I. C. 4-A Indoor and er swept to a brilliant victory the National A. A. U. outdoor lent at Randalls Island. JDwight Eddleman, Illinois %  molboy, was the high jump sention of the year. IPrivate Allan Tellmich still rejins his national and world's 60 |rd hurdle championship, while nil Leibowits, now in the Army Corps, still haa to see his out^or mile of 4:08 improved on. Marksmanship | In a year when most of our hletes are away at war, a chamjnship in Marksmanship is realsomething to write home about, %  amp of champs with the pistol ad the rifle is a forty-five year Marine—Morris Fisher. Fishhas been with the Marines for renty-five years. He holds Olymtttles as well as scores of world klcs with shortarms as well as lies of all kinds. What's most l>ortant today is that Fisher's rtbook on rifle and shooting is bible of the fighting United ites Marines. Swimming is Ann Ross, of the Dragon jb in Brooklyn, has captured three meter diving championof America as well as the meter title in the National n'or Women's A. A. U. swimevents. The last title earned irked the third time in as many % ars that this Jewish mermaid captured the event off the r rinfrboard The Fogle sisters New York have retained their r urels in the sprint events. Golf Herman Barron—long a familiar name to readers of these V:iial reviews—makes the news ice again. Last year marked the Irst time that Herman had -JewlstinarMton Season's Greetings To All | MAGIC CITY BOTTLE t> SUPPLY PHONE 2-6666 204* N. W. 2nd AT.. 'Wateh for the Opening of Our New and Larger Quarters" Live Baby Alligators Florida Souvenirs, Alligator Bags, Baits, Wallets, Shell Lamps, Costume Jewelry, Etc. "We SHIP" RAYS GIFT SHOP 224 E. FtagUr Stran* MIAMI'S OLDEST GIFT SHOP ALEXANDER'S SHOE REPAIRING AND HAT CLEANING CO. Your Patronage Always Appreciated 28 N. E. 1st Ava. Ph. $-8032 John Tomaras, Prop. To All Our Patrons and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR .FLORIDA RATTAN FURNITURE MFC. CO. 220 Alkn-W. Ar.adn PHONE 4-6167 crashed the headlines by winning the $1,000 prise and the Western Open at Pheonir, Arisona That waa his first major victory in thirteen years of golf. This year he won another major victory and once again leads all Jewish pros for his fourteenth straight year. Handball The titleholders of the National Handball Championships failed to repeat early this winter and as a result, Victor Herschkowitz and Moe Orenstein became the winners and new champions at the A. A. U. one wall handball tournaments. Herschkowitz and Orenstein defeated the former champs, Morton Alexander and Marvin Hecht in the quarter finals and then went on the defeat Joe Garber and Nick Shinkarik, the favorites. (The first twenty to place in the one-wall singles and doubles events in this sport for the past ten years have been Jewish—one of the few games in which Jewish athletes hold a virtual monopoly on the titles.) We cannot close this review without paying our respects to those of our athletes now serving in every branch of the armed units. For every ten of our athletes who still remain at home, there are at least seventy in the air corps, the navy, army, merchant marine or Coast Guard. It is beyond our scope to list the PAGE ELEVEN names of the 244 champions and top-notch athletes who have entered the services since we last took time out for a general looksee at the sporting picture. We hope that all of them return to the sporting arena ere long. Nonetheless, to these lads—whether they were champions, pretenders or also-rans, whether they gave their all on the gridiron, the diamond or in the ring—we have naught but praise. We doff our hats as old soldier athletes pass us by. The familiar cheers that used to ring in their ears are no longer theirs. Instead, may we offer a heartfelt salute. HONOR ROLL CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS SERGEANT BARNEY ROSSUNITED STATES MARINES Baseball—Sid Gordon and Hank Danning. Basketball—Harry Boykoff. Track—Bernle Mayer. Swimming—Ann Ross; diving, Jean Fogle. Auto racing—Mauri Rose. Fencing—Helene Mayer. Marksmanship—Sergeant Morris Fisher, U.S.M.C. A HAPPY NEW YEAR NAT KLEIN ENN ESS GARMENT CO. Wkol.sal. Dress, Suits and Coats 44 N. 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I • #_ PAGE TWELVE +Jmi§t>fk***&i The Year In Overseas Relief By BETTY POLCOVITZ Copyright, 1943. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. The American Jewish community could hardly content itself with merely voicing its protest and sympathy with suffering Jewish communities overseas this year. More than ever before, the tragic circumstances of the year S703 called for concrete measures •f assistance. As in the past. American Jewish agencies continued their work of relief and gations to insure greater activities of relief and rescue of Jews oppressed by Hitlerism. The Joint Distribution Committee, the largest American Jewish j tion 0 'f ;,, wor jj through responsigiving advice and help on emigration matters. The J. D. C. supplied 90 per cent of all funds required for refugee aid in France. After German forces occupied all of France on November 11, 1942. the J. D. C. was compelled to close its headquarters in Marseilles. Following its long established precedent in other occupied countries, the organisation made arrangements for the continua OCTOBER overseas relief agency, continued to meet the challenge presented by a swiftly changing current of world events. An increasing need for relief, although accompanied by increasing difficulties, brought rescue despite almost insurmountI a n expansion in J. D. C. activities abl obstacles. [during the period under review. Since its establishment in JanTotal expenditures by the J. D. C. aary 1939, the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees. Overseas Needs and Palestine has been the unified fund-raising instrument for the Joint Distribution Committee. the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service. From the date of its inception to the end of 1942. the United Jewish Appeal had collected over $60,000,000. The United Jewi>h Appeal of 1943 has set itself a national quota of $25,000,000 as the minimum required to meet the expanded needs of the participating relief agencies. In the first six months of 1943 a total of $11.600.00 was raised by the U. 1. A. The unprecedented results of the spring phase of the 1943 campaign indicates that American Jews are prepared to assume greater oblible local committees to whom funds were entrusted. These committees were authorized to borrow additional necessary funds and commodities from any available local sources against the J. D. C.'s promise of repayment after the war. Information recejved from reliable contacts in the spring between July 1942 and June 1943 of 1943 indicated that this proamounted to $8,831,420, an ince d ure w> s being followed and crease of $2,246,910 over a smithat chi | d care refugee aid and! liar period in 1941-1942. I other essential activities in France' At the beginning of the period vtTt cont j nu j ngi despite innumer-: under review, in July 1942, unaWe difficulties. Under a similar occupied France was the^ hub of j arr nge ment it has been possible for the J. D. C. to continue some for food-packages shipments from this country to Poland and to Terezin, the interment camp in Chechoslovakia. The spotlight gradually swung to Spain and Switzerland, as the period drew on. Some 6,000 persons had crossed the border from France into Switzerland since the summer of 1942 when the Laval government began to deport Jews to Eastern Europe. The J. D. C. assumed the major portion of the cost of caring for these recent refugees from France as well as 3,000 other refugees who had previously entered the little neutral republic. A total of approximately 1,100,000 was allocated for Switzerland for 1943. In Spain, with its precarious neutrality and h^hTT 55551 the J. 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(**•. A' r l l J w ITOBER 1. 1943 -Jowls*tkrtdRtm PAGE THIRTEEN Planning tor Peace By DAVID SCHWARTZ Copyright. 1M3. J.wi.h T.Ugr.phic Agency. Inc. [The present writer was a mem[•[ of the armed forces of the lited States during the first irld War. Much, water has >wn over the dam since then, quarter of a century has lapsed and yet sometimes, parcularly in these warm summer ays, when the mind is prone to )ze off, he has the feeling that is not twenty-five years later all—that this is not 1943 but M8. Why see, he says to him;lf. the cannons still roar as in 18—and the Jews are meeting an American Jewish Confersce. To be sure, it was not the nerican Jewish Conference i—but the American Jewish ingress—but is the difference ftween Conference and Congfcss so great? [There are some differences. In .ini'i'ica in 1918, the two Louises e dominant in American Jewi life — Louis Marshall and Louis D. Brandeis. Today neither is here and no one has arisen who seems to assume by personal weight the full authority exercises by these two leaders. Perhaps in a way, this is not altogether a loss. The Bible speaks of there being giants" in earlier days, but it is noticeable that we have few even of the names of these giants and it was when the "giants" had passed, that Israel seemed to have made its true progress. At any rate, the absence of men who, so to speak, monopolize leadership, necessarily throws more of the weight of responsibility on the great public. An effort that seems particularly geared to this new aspect of the situation is the launching of the study course in Jewish post-war problems by the Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems by the AmWe pause in our duties of serving Uncle Sam to-extend to all our heartiest New Year's Greetings. May this year see an end to war, and a swift return of peace and prosperity to our land. HOLLYWOOD BEACH HOTEL OSCAR T. JOHNSON General Manager erican Jewish Committee. Its ataff, composed of specialists on various Jewish topics, headed by Dr. Max Gottschalk, with Abraham G. Duker as editor, has prepared, a series of condensed discussions of all those problems which are likely to come up at the Peace Table. The course of study is divided into eight units. One, for example, is captioned, "The Two World Wars; Comparison and Contrast." Another tells "How the Jewish Communities Prepared for Peace in the First World War." A third is devoted to Palestine and so on. This generation knows very little about the fight that took place over the question of national rights for the Jewish minorities at the end of the first World War. The Study Course recalls all this and points out that the problem today will not be posed in quite the same way. In the first place, we cannot avoid putting to ourselves the question—just how much of a Jewish minority will be left in most European countries after Hitler's murders are over. But aside from this, there are many new aspects to the minorities problem. Thus, Dr. Benes. the President of the Czech Government-in-Exile, is quoted as favoring a transfer of minority populations and even Herbert Hoover is quoted in support of the same policy. Does this mean perhaps that Jewish minorities might be shifted to Palestine or some other specially designated place of refuge? This involves problems of repatriation and colonization of • massive nature, unlike those which the Jews in the first World War had to deal with. But colonization and repatriation will not solve the whole Jewish problem. It is futile to assume that the dispersal of Jews will be completely ended. Life is too complex for that — and antiSemitism in the disordered state after the war still remains a danger to the Jews and to the world. The last peace conference was little concerned with that question, though the Minorities Treaties were not without some application to them — but today antiSemitism is revealed as so conspicuous a danger that we shall have to deal with it directly. As the Study Course points out, there are some students of the Jewish problem who feel that something must be done to "outlaw" anti-Semitism. There are others who see the problem of anti-Semitism as one of the general problems of democracy and these would like to have an International Bill of Rights protect the rights of Jews and other groups who are discriminated against. There is little said today of a League of Nations, but there is talk of various federative plans and there are proposals for regional federations. How do such plans affect the Jews? One conclusion of the Study Course impressed the present writer in particular. There is much food for thought, we feel, in the conclusion that "in general, the larger political and economic unit, the better it is for the minorities and especially for the Jews. Facts proving that Jewish minorities on the whole receive better treatment in the multi-national states, have been established by outstanding Jewish historians." The pros and eons of Palestine and Zionism are unusually well presented. The Study Course is especially to be commended foe presenting the Palestine picture against the whole Near East background. I have read a great deal of Zionist literature but somehow never realized before just the size of areas in the Near East lands occupied by the Arabs. It is interesting to note, for example, that while Palestine covers an area of some 10,000 square miles, Transjordan has an area of 34.000 square miles, Syria, 58,000 square miles and Saudi. Arabia, 900,000 square miles. There are other Arab lands too with vast spaces besides these. In addition to the survey of the various themes by experts, the editors have ransacked %  seemingly limitless field to garner choice bits from the men who mold and interpret history —from Churchill to Prof. Toynbee, from Dr. Benes to Israel Zangwill. We have dehydrated food. The war has forced that upon us. We can take the water out of food and save 75 percent of the shipping space. One thing is certain. When the time of making Peace comes, we shall stand at one of the most critical .hours of history. SINCERE WISHES F O It A HAPPY NEW YEAI E. B. LEATHERMAN CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY %  manuel Gordon and Harry Gordon Wish You a Happy and Victorious NEW YEAR GORDON FUNERAL HONE 710 S. W. 12th Avc. 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,'uJL'i/ Uy • '''' f • • -' PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*lstifk*1(*a*i By LOUIS KRAFT (Exeeutire Director. Jewish Welfare Board) Copyright 1S43. Jwih Telegraphic Agency. Inc. On every war front, from the South Pacific to the rugged hills of Sicily, from the jungles of Panama to the icy slopes of Attu, in desert and lush forest, on land, on the sea and in the air, men are fighting in the uniforms of the American armed forces. Everywhere one finds among' those sons and daughters of Am-1 erica. Jewish men and women. I One sees them in the groups that leave daily from the induction centers for their first experience in camp, often receiving a cheering farewell and a parting gift from a committee of the Jewish Welfare Board in their home town. When they arrive in the strange surroundings of the reception camp, eager for the new •rv-ijv-u-v-u< rir i -i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ~ i ---% % % % % % % %  %  %  %  %  *< ^** ^ *i*^ SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO 301 Northwest 29th Street 11 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR WflFFORD PACKAGE STOflE WHEN LOW IN SPIRITS CALL 51413 WE AIM TO PLEASE FREE DELIVERY 2401 Collins Avenue Miami Beach adventure but often also uncertain as to what to q>Jctdoafctt are dispelled and confidence restored by the friendly greetings of a Jewish Chaplain, easily identified by the insignia that he wears on his coat lapel, tne traditional Star of David, surmounting a rephca of the Ten Commandments. Frequently the chaplain is in the company of a civilian, a JWB worker wearing a gold pin USO, initials that will become more familiar as the recruit proceeds on his career in the service. The representative of the Jewish Welfare Board shares in extending welcome to the newcomer. The young soldier is deeply impressed with these symbols of the concern of the folks back home, the Jewish community of America, in his welfare. Wherever he goes, he will find these representatives of his people and through them will also be able to maintain ties with civilian life in the large city where he may go when on leave, in the small town near the camp, in the humble synagogue of an old southern community, in the comfortable, homelike USO club. Throughout the land, the Jewish Welfare Board has made provisions for the care of our men and women in uniform. The workers of this organization, numbering almost 300. serve over 600 military establishments in continental United States and outlying points — army camps, naval stations, air bases, on college campuses and in hospitals on the mainland, in Hawaii, Alaska, Central America, the Carribbean Islands, and South America. Almost everywhere they find Jewish civilians, in small or large numbers, organized as committees of the Jewish Welfare Board, eager to offer hospitality and friendship. Never before has there been so generous an outpouring of Jewish service, such a demonstration of the kinship that binds our people together the world over. Over 400 communities — exclusive of those in foreign lands— are united in this vast service. And in the foreign countries, the Jewish Welfare Board, aided by the Jewish Chaplains, has stimulated local Jewish groups to extend the hand of brotherly friendship to Americans in the armed services. In foreign countries, Jewish men in uniform are received with a welcome deepened by strong emotion. To Jews in these lands, the boys symbolize the democratic forces of liberation and give evidence that in America there is a virile Jewish life, a community that is capable of contributing its hundreds of thousands of fine young men to the victory over the powers of darkness. In reporting on a recent Seder observance in an Australian community, a JWB correspondent writes, "Said one 'of tfcese Australian Jews: This is the first seder I have attended in 30 years. Until now I had been worried about the continuity of our people. With only three of us within hundred of miles, and with stories of the virtual wiping out of Jewry in Central Europe, I had begun to believe that perhaps our stock was dying out And now suddenly I see several hundred young, vigorous American Jews. And now I know that our people are still carrying on. And this splendid sight touches me and warms my heart; for it is a token that come what may A Happy, Healthful and Prosperous NEW YEAR TO Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons to you or me, our M^U on forever'." "^willJ In England, in far M. 1 tralia and New ZeaSLj 0 *1 are sought out anfc3 into Jewish homeTfataS gogues and clubs. Wh~ 2*1 blanca, Algiers and t 0 freed the emanciplff M rushed into the strff Jm brace those of our m ?nV, a recognized as Jewi TTVM blanca, at Passover OLTM community insisted on nTJSl a Seder for the 1500"fcJgS located there, baked unflSi round matzos and even S* %  P tal Haggadah dSeBS the American armed far~r3A thou gh t he Je^WeftJ had sent matzos. wine HalnS and other supplies everrr* American troops were 2 ocal Jewish group, were to supplement from their i stores. Often the U. S. Arm, In Iran, the army baked mtt In Australia Haggadahs ;£ %  printed. Our boys and the wl wh Chaplains have been £ foundry moved by these dJ3 strations of kinship. No oneJ Continued on Page 11 Service Engraving Co. HERALD BUILDING CALL 3-2455 FOR PHOTO ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS FOB THE ADVERTISffi PHOTOENGRAVING TELLS YOUR STORY I A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL UaAtley'd East Flagler Stieet Through to 8. E First Street "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE" 1462 WASHINGTON AVE. 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%  — —— )BER 1, 1943 [merican Jews Armed Forces Continued from Page 10 estimate the full effect of association. Certain it is that men are becoming acquaintwith Jewish life in foreign ids at firsthand, and their lowlcdge and understanding Tl spread as they move into e country after another freed fen the oppressor. When they [turn to America, they wiu mre developed a stronger Jewi consciousness and a deeper Etse of obligation for their felJews. They will be in pofon to evaluate intelligently measures and plans that the /ish community of America |U offer for the aid and reistruction of Jewish life in i liberated countries. Indeed our men and women < the armed forces have given ny indications of an abiding raity to things Jewish, They five been responsive beyond ex•JewlsiifhrkMaMi PAGE FIFTEEN pectation to the religious and social program offered by the Jewish Welfare Board, particularly to the ministrations of the Jewish Chaplains. In sharp contrast to the inadequate provision in World War I there is today a substantial corps of rabbis who serve as chaplains in the Army and Navy, at home and overseas. Today there are 23 Jewish chaplains in the Navy, serving at training stations and at ports. There was only one naval chaplain in World War I. There is now one chaplain in the Merchant Marine, and he is the first Jewish chaplain in this important service. There are already 152 Jewish chaplains in the Army and the number will grow to at least 200 before very long. There were 26 all told in World War I. Of the Jewish chaplains in the Army 35 are already overseas in combat areas and more are going over constantly. One Jewish chaplain, Rabbi Alexander Goode, has already made the supreme sacrifice, going down with his ship on the way to foreign service, giving up his life belt and choosing a heroic death with his men. Others have already been with troops in front line action, sharing with them the dangers of life in fox holes, tending the wounded and officiating in the solemn rites of burial over graves marked with the Star of David. The men and women in the service, away from home, some of them for the first time, seek eagerly opportunities for contact with civilian Jewish life. One of the chief tasks of the Jewish Welfare Board is to arrange for such associations. The Jewish Welfare Board organizes the Jewish families to provide hospitality and arranges social events in which men and women in uniform may participate. Thousands of letters written by soldiers and their parents attest to the warmth of the receptions accorded to our boys in far off places. There are many locations, however, where there are few or no Jewish residents. The Jewish Welfare Board worker OUR SINCERE WISHES TO JEWRY AT LARGE FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR tf WE/T FLAGLER ^ KENtfEL CLUB 4" HAUit 3? ML JACOB SHER, President Hann H*ro gear t/N wishing you a happy New Year, The Herald hopes for you every possible blessing that the New Year can bring to you. lift Miami fttxttUt FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE NEWSPAPER Associated IV — U nited Preee—International New. Wind Photo. (In* and Wld* World) and his own family often have to substitute by providing the Jewish fellowship that the.men need. Our workers seek out the men wherever they are located —at a remote air base, on maneuvers are on guard duty at a lonely beach or in the dense tropical jungle. As full a program as possible is provided. Entertainment is arranged, movies are shown, magazines, newspapers and books are distributed to all men, Christian and Jews. Religious services are conducted by the Jewish Welfare Board worker or a nearby rabbi, for despite the relatively large number of Jewish chaplains on duty they can cover less than a third of the places where Jewish men are stationed. The Jewish Welfare Board organizes the services at all other posts. Because of the isolation of so many military establishments, the larger cities of the country have been organized to meet the needs of the men at distant camps through the joint efforts or the major national women's organizations of the country — National Council of Jewish Women; National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; National Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans of the United States; Women s Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America; Women's Division of American Jewish Congress; Women s League of the United Synagogue of America and Hadassah. They constitute the Women's Division of the Jewish Welfare Board. Their local units and other local groups have formed Serve-A-Camp Committees, collecting necessary articles, recreational equipment and even sending food and refreshments at great distances to our workers who then distribute them to the men, regardless of creed. Thus the earnest desire of thousands of women to serve our soldier sons finds expression in a fine mobilization of the woman power of the Jewish community. The same spirit is manifest in the service to the sick men at Army camps and to the wounded and disabled men who have returned from battle overseas. The Jewish Welfare Board looks after them insofar as their religious, social and personal needs are concerned. The need is growing and the program is expanding as casualties mount and as we near the climatic aspects of the war. Every hospital is visited regularly by our workers, often accompanied by small, experienced committees of women. When the men are able, they are provided with opportunities to visit with Jewish families and to attend entertainments at USO Clubs and in other facilities. Closely related to the work for the disabled men, is the service to veterans and their families. The Jewish Welfare Board, as an accredited agency of the Veterans Administration, has the Continued on Page 12 MR. and MRS. MAURICE GROSSMAN AND DAUGHTERS NAOMI and RITA EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY and particularly to the Officers, Board of Directors and Members of the Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. H. A. and all thair affiliated activities SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ROSH HASHONA GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS SEARS-ROEBUCK & CO. 1300 Biscoyne Boulevard Miami. Florida MAX'S DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET EXTEND TO ALL PATRONS AND FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. JACK PALLOT AND DAUGHTER SONYA BELLE of the PALLOT TIRE COMPANY 2246 N. E. Second Avenue WISH FOR ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. cmd MRS. I. L. MINTZER AND FAMILY WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR m I '• I > I I



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..i--„ %  .,„ ^JC %  u All IMIT • %  PAGE SIXTEEN *U*isllk4kMfir OCTOBER It Happened Last Year (HOSH HASHONAH REVIEW OF THE YEAH) By MILTON BROWN Copyright. 1943. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. The Jewish year 5702 will go down as the darkest year in Jewish history, and indeed in the history of the world. There were those periods of the Middle Ages which we are prone to call the Dark Ages, but tive was open to the Jews under the rule of the Nazis. Not the Jews of one country were affected by the Nazi murders of the past year, but that of the whole European continent. The continent of Europe. with the exception of the Jews no 12 months of that era had so of Russia, and to a lesser extent much of the pitch black as the, of the Balkan country and a few | j n Palestine, conferring with Ben past year. Jews have gone \ other isolated spots, has been Gurion and Henrietta Szold and various sorts, who could help perhaps in constructing fortifications for the Nazis. The Nazis allowed these to render their services for the Nazis before executing them. It is always darkest before dawn. This trite proverb can be our only consolation. The years which gave terrible reality to Hitler's promise that he would make Jews forget to laugh is tolerable only by the fact that it saw the beginning of the undoing of the twentieth century Haman. The year 5702 began with Jewish eyes directed at Palestine. and the Middle East. Wendell | Willkie spent last Rosh Hashonah tion of American armed forces various Arab leaders. The Mediterranean area was of general interest at the time because there the Allies, save for Russia, had through the period of the de-1 virtually cleared of its Jews. Its struct ion of Jerusalem, of the | jews have been exterminated. Spanish exquisition. of expulsions i Two million Jews, it was said, from this and that land. They j at first had been put to death knew Haman and Torquemada | by the Nazis. Other estimates n ~ a d the only encounter with the •nd Witte but all of this shrinks; place the number of Jews murj when compared to what the ; dered at four million. The women I Continued on Page 13 Jewish world saw in the past equally with the men. The young J year. .girl equally with the boy. The t J ... ,„f %  % % %  F^>, The Romans deported the j child in mothers arms has been J\ uiCTlCufl J€W8 Jews to captivity, out the de| placed before a German machine \ # _. portations of the Romans meant; gun or thrown into a cell and j in A YTYiPft r /ll*/*Pond quest,on a \ h d a T 0 ^ I men are do,n e their L*"^ with their fellawXa^a every battlefront Wi> •! eral hundred heroW ^ *1 for bravery, oftm „,** once, (one lad of a ST' received 11 medals), j^ ous undertakings 0n V? sea and m the air "* The story needs t 0 be toW is being told bv the Ca*T Public Relations of Ik? uh Welfare Board, a njL resenting the American TM Committee, the A—."Je *al Committee, the American 7* ish Welfare Board7^' H VeteransTthe" Je wUh"SB (£ mittee, and the Anti-DefaS i League of B'na, Britkljl ord of Jewish particip5TJ publicized with rtstriimTJJ nity, not in the spirit of toftS ness but in the mood ofVa pie that in evengeneration-! in every land feels the hsafl sense of carrying forward i ble tradition. In this task of fl moment, the Jewish Wdtsl Board contributes to th i building of Jewish spirit and t its demonstration that Jeril history is proof of the uaa querable strength of ideas rights and freedom, it contr also to the strength of the I American spirit. THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY EMJOT A HAPPY NEW YEAH IS THE SINCERE WISH OF AUGUST BROS. BAKERY 361 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-27S2 PRODUCERS OF THE FINEST RYE. VIENNA. WHOLE WHEAT. PUMPERNICKEL ROLLS AND BREAD OF QUALITY y It is Our W.sh for Everyone That the New Year Will be a Continuance of Health Happiness and Prosperity-and a Restoration of Peace and Brotherhood for All Mankind • • .'



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I -a %  *~ I %  JTOBER I. 1943 + Jknitti HurMiajn Happened \t Year Continued from Page 12 iy. At last Rosh Hashonah, imel was reported pausing ire resuming the fight. Romwas being pushed back. The ish were enjoying the first • of victory. Palestine Jews played a not insignificant as,nce in this. A regiment of ish engineers were credited i having been responsible for building of the fortifications h stopped Rommel at El lin. Altogether the British, .as estimated, had some 50 panies of Palestine Jewish era in the service. _e new Jewish year was wg when America was thrill|to hear the news of the landof American troops in North |ica. The first body of Amertroops to reach the Algerbeaches were led by Lieut. I Rosenberg of New Jersey! ierican troops as they advancjto the interior were welcomed no portion of the population so great a joy as the JewPAGE SEVENTEEN ish. American newspapermen accompanying the expedition reported that little Jewish children had hung about their hands and kissed their shoes. All told, North Africa contained 330,000 Jews. In Washington, President Roosevelt told a press conference, "I have requested the liberation of all persons in North Africa who had been imprisoned because they opposed the efforts of the Nazis to dominate the world and I have asked for the abrogation of all the laws and decrees inspired by the Nazi governments or Nazi ideologies." The situation in North Africa from the military standpoint was one of delicacy. It will be recalled that there was no little heat ventilated when the liberation of Jews and liberals did not seem to follow the pace expected. Jewish and liberal indignation rose at its height when General Giraud abrogated the Cremieux law which had give the Jews the right to vote. The details of that controversy need not be rehearsed here. Secretary Hull in a recent statement to the Jewish Labor Committee has said that the matter is now being studied by the French Committee of NaGREETINGS MR. AND MRS. J.WM. BAROS BEST WISHES TO ALL ior a HAPPY NEW YEAR DADE KOSHER Meat & Poultry Market — )59 N. W. 5th Street Phone 3-1430 MIAMI. FLORIDA tional Liberation and he is hopeful now that the military situation in North Africa has been cleared, that full justice will be done to the Jewish claim. With the fall of Tunis, all of North Africa was in Allied hands. Jews were pleased by the report that General Bradley had dispatched an American Jewish officer, Lieut. Klein of Waukegan, HI., to give the Nazi general the American terms of unconditional surrender, in the final North African engagement. On the secular New Year ushering in 1943, Adolf Hitler made a public speech. It was the last public speech he made, perhaps the last he will make in person before he is hung. In it, Jews were mentioned no less than 13 times. t Shortly before Stephen S. Wise at a press conference had revealed that he was in possession of evidence, much of it substantiated by the State Department, that the Nazis were behind a plan for the total extinction of the Jews in the Nazi occupied lands. It was later revealed that the details of the plan had been worked out by Reinhold Heydrich, "the hangman" who was later to be assassinated in Czechoslovakia. The Office of War Information reported that 6.000 Jews were being executed daily. The Naii Mass Murders of Jtws Mass murders by the Nazis had not been unknown before. It was fairly commonplace for them in any of the Russian points occupied by them to drive the Jews before them and then command them to dig their own graves before being shot down, but now the Jews of the ghettos and of the small villages were, it was revealed, being methodically "deported" to special camps which were execution centers. These death camps located in isolated parts were more favorable for their mass murders. If the Jews in the Warsaw ghetto were annihilated in wholesale, the news could not be spread to their Polish neighbors in Warsaw and the Nazis were apprenhensjve of the world reaction. The Nazis leaders knew in the back of their hearts that the day might come when they would have to beg for mercy and it wouldn't do therefore to murder a whole people publicly. Besides at the death camps, the executions could be facilitated. Murder had there been reduced to a mass industry. Men, women and children were killed as cattle in stockyards. The cry went up throughout Jewry that something must be done to rescue the Jews from BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAH Kosher Zion Sausage Co., Inc. 37th Street and Normal Avenue CHICAGO. ILL. DELICIOUS SAUSAGE. 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The conference, when held, ruled out of its program any steps which would interfere with military measures and any steps which meant contacting the Nazis government. It would continue itself, it developed, to dealing with such Jews as were already refugees, who had escaped from the Hitler rule and were now in the neutral countries. "Was it necessary to send three ministers to way off Bermuda in Continued on Page 14 SINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR PHONE 5-3751 SCHIFF'S MARKET MR. AND MRS. J. SCHIFF 1600 Lenox Avenue Miami Beach Jersey Ice Cream Company 62 N. E. 27th STREET PHONE 2-1751 EXTENDS TO ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Margaret Ann Super Markets MIAMI. FLORIDA TAMPA. 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*" %  *>* PAGE EIGHTEEN £W&££St£J£*r vjewlstncrldton It Happened Last Year Continued from Page 13 order that we might hear things which can be heard from the front benches of Parliament any day."' asked the London Times. The Jewish press and the liberal press generally expressed disappointment with the conference. In the late Spring, there came reports of Warsaw making a final and heroic stand against annihilation. Some few months before, the head of the Jewish ghetto. Dr. Cherniakov, had been found dead. He had killed himself rather than prepare a list of 100.000 Jews for "deportation"' by the Nazis. The reports of the brave stand of the Warsaw Jews in its last days aroused admiration throughout the world. The Warsaw Jews had gone down fighting, knowing that they had no possible chance against the overwhelming might of the Nazis, but they had made the Nazis pay dearly for their final conquest. Shortly after, Samuel Zyglejom, a Jewish member of the Polish parliament in exile in London, committed suicide. He left a note explaining that he had taken his life in the hope of awakening the world from its apathy in regard to the fate of the Jews of Poland. "My comrades in the Warsaw ghetto." the note read, "took weapons in their hands on the last heroic impulse. It wss not my destiny to die together with them, but I belong to them and in their mass graves. By my death, I wish to express my strongest protest against the inactivity with which the world is looking on and permitting the extermination of my people." Russia. Palestine and Other Countries In the Jewish inferno of Europe, it was only the Jews of Russia excluding the few neutral countries, facing of course the inevitable suffering of the war. nevertheless were free of any special suffering because of their being Jews. The Jews of Russia, it may indeed be said, never were so much Jews since the beginning of the Soviet regime, as they have been since the beginning of the war. Their Jewish consciousness was seemingly heightened. Russian Jews in the war seemed to take a particular delight for example in naming bombers after Jewish military heroes. Thus, a bomber was named after Bar Cochba. Russian Jews were grateful for aid from Palestine Jewry and representatives of the Russian government visited Palestine. Similarly, the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee made contacts with the Jewries of the world and Russian Jewry resumed IU lost contacts to a degree with world Jewry. ... „ 11€ The role plap*Jg *• j* u *; sian Jews in the War effort tf Russia was conspicuous. At uie 25th anniversary celebration or the organization of the Red I Army, the list of those cited for special honors on the field of battle and in industry for the war effort, contained no less than 5.000 names. It was revealed that more than 20 Jews held the rank of general in the Russian army. Palestine was the first of the countries embroiled in the war, to return to relative normalcy as the result of the routing of Rommel and the clearing of the Mediterranean. Palestine Jews had contributed more than 30,000 troops to the British forces in the Middle East, in addition to the Home Guard stationed in Palestine. In addition Palestine had proven no little of an arsenal and supply station for Allied troops in the Middle East The fact that the Red Cross selected Tel Aviv as the site for a club for American soldiers is indictive as was also the subsequent establishment of the largest hospital for troops for the Middle East in Palestine. In Palestine too was established one of the schools to train officers for the AMGOT. The Arab situation continued *J WE TAXE PLEASURE IN WISHING FOR ALL JEWRY A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR National Brands, Inc< SAM BLANK f WITH THE FERVENT HOPE THAT THIS WILL BE A YEAR OF VICTORY AND PEACE! WVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL A Pocket Diary lor the Year Containing Important Jewieh Facto Will be Sent Upon Request Write to 1236 Washington An., Miami Beach, or Phone 5-7777. to bring apprehension. The Arabs at the time when the Axis invasion seemed menacing, had coauetted with the Axis. They had one little for the Allied war effort. Nevertheless, the official expressions of the Palestine administration had been pro-Arab rather than pro-Jewish. The High Commissioner had announced that Britain proposed to adhere strictly to the White Paper according to which all Jewish immigration to Palestine is permanently stopped. The High Commissioner had also announced a post-war reconstruction prof;ram aimed at benefiting chiefy the Arab inhabitants. David Ben Gurion of the Jewish Agency commented that the Jewish part consisted only in paying the taxes for the program. Apprehension of a more serious situation was evidenced in Ben Gurion's statement, that "the fateful days of decision, when all Jewish rights and all Jewish might will be needed to defend our very existence approach. We are now facing the most hostile OCTOBER l! regime which pw, ever face. AU uStbft, H i* Physical power ** i*h soldiers were^ ^L^l participating m a^^J which it was charLt^r ered by Jew^S?^ of arms into Palestu* ^ Sweden and SwKLu.. j Untied as to the Jevw Z.I ditionsl policies of^M the latter country, jEJ*-1 the borders from FL? other occupied countn* 1 In Prance, the cooditfc. Jews grew steadily woWa 1 Secretary Hull received** ister of the Vichy 7oraV and protested against thT cuUon of the Jews, Lw*a reported to have comm***! France that he would ^£f lessons in humanitarianisn h any countries." 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— % % %  i )BER 1. 1943 {Happened d Year Continued on Page 15 were cleared out or exterited, following the occupaof the whole of France, the cution and extermination directed also against the naborn Jews of France. Belgium, according to the Han Bureau of Information, Jews were "deported" to use Nazi euphemism for executISimilarly, in Holland, accordto latest reports, only a few thousand Jews remain of all {land's Jewish population and are concentrated in Amiam. rom Lithuania, from Latvia, a Galicia, the Jews had all Appeared to death—according oports reaching neutral couni. In Greece, the same fate visited on the Jews. In the in countries, thousands of jrs were sent to compulsory br on the Russian war front. [Bulgaria, when 95,000 Jet's deported to such labor, were public demonstrations protest but these protests only tyed the deportations. In Rouia, there were large transfers +Jv*lst fork/ton PAGE NINETEEN of the Jewish population to various Nazi zones and a four hundred million lei penalty was imposed on the Jews permitted to remain. The hounding and extermination of the Jews had aroused wide sympathies for Jews in various parts of the occupied countries. Thousands of Jews were reported as being secreted by friendly Christians in those countries to save them from Nazi hands, yet in the face of all of this holacaust of suffering, prejudice against the Jew did not entirely cease. In fact, in England, it was reported that antiSemitism was undergoing something of a recrudescence. In Poland, the violent Endekes too had not learned their lesson and the death of General Sikorski, the Premier of the Polish government in exile meant the lass of a Polish leader who had been sane and tolerant on the Jewish issue. The American Jewish Scan* In America, the forces of reaction and anti-Semitism, allied as they were with the Nazi forces, were constrained to go into hiding. Many of the anti-Semitic haranguers were sent to jail because of their Nazi associations. Jewish groups joined with other liberal groups in the fight on discrimination in employment in the war industries, resulting in the establishment of the President's Committee on Fair Employment Practices, which seeks to ferret out cases of bias in the war industries on account race or creed. American Jewish participation in the war effort was marked in all directions. No complete record is yet available of the number of Jews in the army, navy and air forces, but an indication of the extent of Jewish participation was to be seen in the announcement by the Jewish Welfare Board that more than 100,000 Jews in the armed forces attended the Passover Seders in the camps.'The number of Jews in the service is estimated to be well over 300,000. The record of American Jewish heroism as war went on continued to uphold the precedent which was established in the first days after Pearl Harbor by Sergeant Meyer Levin. Sergeant Schiller Cohen flying over Berlin was decorated 13 times. Lieutenant Taback, another air hero was decorated 11 times. The newspapers were replete with the names of the Cohens, Rosenbergs, the Kleins, who had performed exceptional feats on the field of battle. The spirited Jewish response A Happy New Year WE HOPE AND PRAY THAT THIS NEW YEAR WILL SEE THE END OF ALL DICTATORS WILL BRING COMPLETE VICTORY WILL INSURE TRUE DEMOCRACY MARKOWITZ & RESNICK 1215 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-3351 Miami, Florida S to the critical demands of the time was evidenced also in the field of Jewish philanthropy. On an average, the Welfare Funds throughout the country, increased their collections between 25 and 40 per cent and the United Jewish Appeal announced a campaign to raise the unprecedented sum of twenty-five millions. Public opinion in America was deeply stirred by the Nazi mass murders of Jews and huge demonstrations in protest were held in many parts of the country. Tens of thousands thronged Madison Square Garden on July 20. to hear Governor Lehman, Senator Lodge, Wm. Green and Mayor La Guardia address a protest meeting, to which President Roosevelt sent a special messa S e gj Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles and other American cities, similar meetings were held. To harness the united forces of American Jewry for the rehabilitation of Jewry after the war and in order to be able to present a united stand and a unified program before the eventual peace conference, a gathering of leaders of American Jewish organizations took place at Pittsburgh, on the invitation of Henry Monsky, President of the Order B'nai B'rith and it waa decided to summon into being an American Jewish Conference representative of all groups, along the general lines of the American Jewish Congress which was organized at the end Continued on Page 16 NEW YEAR GREETINGS HOUSER COMPANY. Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance FLORIDA BOND and MORTGAGE COMPANY Mortgage Loan* :i Investments HOUSER REALTY CO.. Inc. Real Estate it Property Management FIRST TRUST BLDG. PHONE 3-2648 THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR8 OF THE Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association AND AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR A YEAR OF LIFE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS • v r A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. 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PAGE TWENTY +JelstinorlcHar OCTOBER Rosh Hashonah Greetings Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. From the Praiidant Washington—President Roosevelt, in a Rosh Hashonah message expressed his admiration of the Jewish contribution to the American war effort and praised their loyaRy as fellow citizens. The message reads: "To those of the Jewish faith upon this anniversary of their New Year, I send greetings. At the same time I welcome the opportunity it affords me to express again my admiration of the contribution which this loyal group •f our fellow citizens has made to the nation's achievements during the past year on the inexorable march toward victory." Franklin D. Roosevelt onah message issued by VicePresident H. A. Wallace to the Jews of America: "I am sure that in spite of the terrible ordeals suffered by the Jews in Germany and in all of the occupied countries, they are more hopeful as this Rosh Hashonah approaches than they have been in many years. All of us must fight and pray until people everywhere can again live in a free world." Henry A. Wallace to all Americans of the Jewish faith. It seems appropriate at this season to express again my constant sympathy with them in their sorrow over those of their religion who still live and die in the deep shadow of persecution. It is also appropriate at this time for us to rejoice together over the world's quickening hope (or the dawn of a new year in which we may realize peace at last for all the great brotherhood of manCordell Hull From the Vica-Prasidant The following is a Rosh HashFrom tha Sacratary of Stata The following is a Rosh Hashonah message issued by the Secretary of State to the Jews of America: "On the occasion of the celebration of the Jewish New Year; I desire to extend my greetings IN THE HEART OF DOWN TOWN MIAMI TURF EXCHANGE BAR Miami's Moat Popular Bar i 27* East Flaglar St.. (Opp. Cor. Elks Club) Phona 2-M44 From Sacratary of ttaa Intarior The following is a Hosh Hashonah message issued by Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes to the Jews of America: "This Jewish New Year dawns with the light of hope for Jews and other oppressed peoples in Europe. One of the criminals, a persecutor of helpless Jews and an enemy of civilization, has already fallen and is in craven hiding. The other criminals, particularly those in Berlin and Tokyo, already see the handwriting on the walls. The day of liberation for Jews and other tortured and oppressed peoples is inevitablv approaching.' Harold L. Ickes It Happened Last Year =:| Continued from Page 15 for possible havens. Herbert Hoover urged the establishment of a Jewish haven in the highlands of Africa. Others urged the merits of Santo Domingo and an experimental settlement was established in Sosua. There were advocates of portions of Ethiopia and one of the islands of the Phillipines, while one organization was committed to the Kimberly regions of Australia. The bulk of the accent continued to dwell on Palestine, but American Zionists were far from optimistic over diplomatic reactions to Zionist aspirations. Addressing a United Palestine Appeal conference in May, Rabbi Abba Hiilel Silver said: "The whole subject of a Jewish homeland has suddenly become taboo in Washington. Our former friends in government circles content themselves with sending us prolific expressions of sym£ athy on Jewish persecution." ater the Zionists were deeply chagrined when the noted Washington columnist Drew Pearson made public a story to the effect that there the State DepartmIJ 1 S themselves with thTi S Ibn Saud and Vekm^Nl damper on all ?>S t3 in the country. !" A sad and terrible year lt has been. ButV will yet # laugh. They JL dants of Isaac and Cl brew connotes Uuh£*J the Jews of Galicia £7*1 mans of Hamburg hivt nL; perienced ... ^*' The first break in J bastion of Eumrope *M phetic. With the fall of came the ousting of Mb and the first reports from L told of the annulment of racial laws. These reportj %. later denied but the snushjMj Fascism is already iSf Jews and the Nazi hold a | Balkans now quivers as the 1 ian stronghold of the Axiii A quotation of which }— dent Roosevelt is very fondjj apropos — "The milli o(! gods grind slowly but they) exceedingly fine." Happv New Year To All Our Friends of the first World War. On this 'body was-reposed the task not only of formulating a Jewish program for the peace conference but of taking action also towards relieving as far as possible the immediate Jewish dis' tress, particularly as to the refugee and the surviving Jews in the Nazi occupied countries and satellite states The problem of the eventual peace loomed in importance. Whither shall the refugee Jews turn? The world was explored A. J. TOBIN IN LOVING MEMORY of har dapartad husband CHARLES WINKELMAN MRS. MAE WINKELMAN LUNCHEONS Authentic Chlneaa DINNEH vu/mem MIAMI BEACH—41st St.. Phone 5-220B— AIR-C00IO SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SANITATION IS NECESSARY FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAEE Rats. Roachea, Ante. Sad-Bugs and Other Dangeroui Pasta are Poeitively Destroyed by Our Mothab TERMITE CONTROL CHARGES MODERATE INSPECTIONS ON REQUEST IS ORKIN Phone 3-4848 THE CITY OF MIAMI Recognizing 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 A IfflAFPY MEW TCAM LEONARD K. THOMSON MAYOR FRED W^HOSEA R. C. GARDNER Commissioners A. B. CUKRY CITY MANAGER JAMES A. DUNN C H. REEDER Lsfc_JflMS



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' %  i V — %  %  —It" iiwina— %  —— )BER 1, 1943 k Year Jft Overseas Relief Continued from Page 12) p mber. Jewish communities in Africa faced added re sibilities after the landing of |rican troops (November 7, )). The release of refugees labor and internment camps contingent upon immediate Vision of maintenance for per' released. J. D. C. made funds liable to its local committees Casablanca and Algiers, projig for transportation for aer internees, and mainte[e until employment was foremost among J. D. C.'s aclements during this year was %  continued sponsorship of emiJion out of Europe, with Spain Portugal as the chief exit pts. From America's entry inLhe war to date, it has enabled Iroximately 10,000 persons to rate to Palestine and to counin the Western Hemisphere, number includes the transfer (70 Jewish children from Hunand Rumania to Palestine, Turkey, and of 90 Bulgarian jgees who went from Turkey Cyprus. It also allocated funds |bring 600 destitute Yemenite |rs from Aden to Palestine. Thousands of Jewish refugees re the beneficiaries of medical surgical supplies sent to Soviet ja through the J. D. C. Addimil aid for these destitute refukg is now being made available lough packages of food and Ithing sent to designated indiluals in this region from Iran NEW YEAR GREETINGS RAUCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE 460 W. 41st Street Miami Beach PHONE 5-3530 SEASON'S GREETINGS MIAMI FURNITURE CO. 400 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-3195 BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR J. Holden Beckwith Jack Holden Beckwith Exodon lists lngraham Building MIAMI. FLORIDA and the other middle-eastern countries. Refugees reaching the neutral areas 0 f Sweden, Turkey and Portugal also received J. D. C. •id in maintaining themsleves there during the past year. The Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) also continued its work of aid and rescue of refugees in the face of mounting difficulties. At the Society's annual convention on March 7, 1943, the report submitted by Abraham Herman, president, and Isaac L. Aaofsky, executive director, indicated that the resources of the HIAS and its European instrumentality, the HIAS-ICA Emigration Association (HICEM) now functioning at Lisbon had been devoted during the year to the rescue of refugees who succeeded in escaping from Nazi and Nazi-occupied countries. The report showed that the HIAS-ICA had been instrumental in organizing and aiding the emigration of 4,780 refugees from Europe during 1942. In addition, at least twice as many refugees received various kinds of assistance and guidance from HIASICA *prior to their departure from Europe. A total of 2,500 refugees who were guided and assisted by the organization arrived in South America countries and 2,200 found refuge in Central America. From the beginning of the war up to January 1, 1943, the "ResSINCERE WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JACK HIRSCH AND SON SELIG SEASON'S GREETINGS MAX THURSTON and FAMILY and ASSOCIATES ACME TRANSFER fir BACCACE CO. SINCLAIR ... Gat and Oils 626 Fifth Street PHONE 5-3773 SEASON'S GREETINGS from STEMBLER, ADAMS FRAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY incorporated FIRST FEDERAL BLDG. MIAMI, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS 1 PAY 4MORE//5 *BRr STORE -JmistiriurXMam PAGE TWENTY-ONE cue through Emigration" program of the HIAS-ICA has enabled 125,000 Jewish refugees to leave Europe, according to a report presented to the HIAS board of directors in May 1943 by Dr. James Bernstein, director of the HIASICA, upon his return from Lisbon. To finance its "Rescue through Emigration" program in 1942 HIAS obtained $1,166,653 from American relatives and friends of refugees aided, and raised $838,150 for the maintenance of its services at home and abroad. As in the past, HIAS continued its services to refugees after their arrival here, as well as handling inquiries about immigration and naturalization from their American relatives and friends. Boats were met by the Society's pier service, petitions for visas were drawn up, shelter and meals to new arrivals were provided by its HAPPY NEW YEAR JACQUES HEARST BAKERY PASTRIES 1654 Alton Road PHONE 5-1763 R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertiliser Manufacturers Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertiliser GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds, Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 LT. and MRS. MAX PEPPER, USNR and FAMILY Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. 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f III lit* • -..' -•' ll II a II PAGE TWENTY-TWO +Jewls*norMk*n %  t %  I Palestine Returns to Normal By ABRAHAM HARRIS Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. First in war, first in peace. Such in brief might describe Palestine's record. Palestine felt the war long before the invasion of Poland and the by-passing of the Maginot line. It felt it before the days of the invasion of Danzig and the Polish corridor. The shock was felt over the hills of Judaea when Mussolini marched his cohorts into Ethiopia back in 1938. Palestine had been experiencing something of a boom up to then. Large numbers of refugees were coming in from • Germany. Hitler had at the time only "inTaded" the Jews of Germany. While wise men sensed that this j "invasion" of the Jews would be followed by other invasions. Hitler at the time, while busy preparing for war, was proclaiming how much he loved peace. Mussolini's march on Ethiopia found the great statesmen of the world still trying to dream of maintaining peace, but Palestine was rudely jolted as the word •pread "war on the Mediterranean." Palestine had been benefiting no little by the inflow of tourist!—and the Ethiopia* vtar immediately put an end to this. The economic machine is a very lensitive one. The stoppage of the tourist business and the isloation of Palestine by the war in Ethiopia reacted on business generally. There developed a run on the banks in Palestine, and following that, unemployment increased. This in turn made the field ripe for the Arab demagogues. The Mufti and his disciples got busy and Palestine was soon involved in disturbances in which the Jews and Arabs, fighting each other, staged a little war of their own. Sir John Dill, now a Marshall of the British forces, was sent to Palestine to put down the trouble. It has been said by some that the Axis already had its hand in these Palestine troubles, that Axis agents, working through the Arabs, experimented first with land mines in Palestine as they tried out various other weapons and processes of warfare in Spain. Palestine thus went through an internecine war until Rommel began his march. How near the Axis forces came to Palestine is a matter too recent to need retelling. At the very threshold of Palestine, Hitler turned to Russia in a way that a good Jew would have said was a miraculous rescue. At any rate, it was at the time of this turn into Russia when at the very door of Palestine that the collapse of the Nazis began. Subsequently, Rommel made another effort in the direction of Palestine but thanks to the forces of BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Perlman and Family and JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH 9! MR. AND MRS. SAM SEITLIN AND DAUGHTER BARBARA JUDITH Extend Best Wishes to Their Friends and Relatives for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR GEORGE LANGER Ow nor THE SUNGAS COMPANY Not Incorporated 1100 Waal Flaglor Street Phcmees 2 3811 2 3833 Extends to All His Jswish Frlsnda and Patrons ths Wish for A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Tho OFFICERS sad DIRECTORS of Congregation Schaarei Zedek •xprsss tholr thsjaks and grateful appraciation for lha assistance ths past yaar and sxtand bast wlshss for a year full of JOY, PEACE nd HAPPINESS General Eisenhower end Montgomery, the army of the modem Pharoah was annihilated. So, through the clearing of North Africa, peace came to Palestine. The danger of any further invasion of the Near East was eliminated. The Mediterranean presented to Palestine, first, the problem which all nations in the transition from a war time economy to peace time economy must face. On July 13, it was reported that a Jewish delegation appearing before the High Commissioner of Palestine pointed out that the opening of the Mediterranean, permitting transportation of supplies from England, had resulted in less army orders for Palestine industry and threatened the Jews in Palestine with economic depression and unemployment. The delegation, representing the Palestine Industrial Association, asked the Palestine government to take steps to open new markets in neighboring countries for Palestine goods. The perils attending the shift from war to peace had, of course, been partially foreseen in Pales (Continued on Page 23) BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SHAW BROS. OIL CO. Exclusive Distributors of Pura Oil Company Products In South Eastern Florida PHONE 2-1741 56 S. W. 1st St. MIAMI. FLA. W. 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Crest influx of ntnLt this period, ORT MUWUVT workshop, in inte^S* for refugees. Accordin. u information, the Am**,* Federation reports, the ORT L mittee in France, Hunnr, Shanghai have contina*4 u fl tion through the put Z1 support the .hove prorrj, American ORT Federation^! in 1942 the gum of iMO.sjT OSCEOLA MARKET GEORGE JACOB, Prop. QUALITY WESTERN MEATS ><1 FANCY GROCERIES — WE DELIVER — 22S3 S. W. 17th AMBBBM PHONE 4-1727 Beat Wi.he. f„ j^ New Y.„ m Chas M. Tannenbtun •f Tha Bryan Park Pound To Our Many Friends—A ssJ Happy Holiday Seuw MR. mmi MRS. HENRY SHU •nd FAMILY and Henry's Auto Parti 7i N. W. 14th St. Ph. 5-11 DOUBLE DURA-CLAD Steel Sash Rust Proofing by Clayton Plating Co. N* 1H. 687 Northwest Fifth Street PHONE 3-2061 MIAMI, FLORIDA Silver, Gold, Nickle, Copper, Cadmium, Brass, Zinc, Tin Ta Oar Patrons ami Fifes*] A Mast Happy New Tay MINNA LEE YOU! 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%  Jfei %  %  % %  %  ... *..:..*— fOBER 1. 1943 • %  Uestine Returns To Normalcy [Continued from Page 22) as they have in other counThe High Commissioner le time ago announced a plan T>ost-war reconstruction, which J designed in part to take care %  this expected lag in employIt. The Jews, however, have been -very happy over the Commissioner's plan. The til Zionist Actions Committee la meeting in July adopted a Tlution, by virtually a unaniks vote announcing their in[ion to refuse to participate in [High Commissioner's post-war instruction plan. fThe Actions Committee," said I resolution, "reasserts that the Hsh people and the Jews of estine will not participate in [reconstruction plan announced ]the High Commissioner of Paine as well as any other future imes based on the White fer. They will fight all such jmes." fhe crux of the opposition of Jews to this post-war plan therefore, in the fact that %  kes as its fundamental prerafthe White Paper by which the nitration of the Jews to Palesis to be completely stopped ,_ year. The White Paper is the unvn X in the determination of what normalcy will be for estine when full peace comes, the White Paper is upheld Jewish immigration stopped, lually the finish of the chJpter [Jewish development of Paleswill have been written. ine year ago, any discussion [the subject would have likely sn a very negative attitude as [as the hopes of annuling the +Jewish fkrkMriun GREETINGS S U R C I C A L SUPPLY CO. 25 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 3 6683 TRUSSES BELTS ELASTIC STOCKINGS incere Wishes for a Happy New Year t My Jewiak Friend* Wiley's Dry Cleaners 1121 N. E. 1st Avenue White Paper were concerned. Then the danger in the Near East was great and the desire to propitiate the Arabs very strong. The situation, of course, now is greatly changed, yet it cannot be said that the danger is altogether past. The Arabs, it is true, have not behaved in such a way as to make the Allies feel particularly grateful to them and yet the Arabs still are too much of a power for anyone to discount them. There is much talk of a PanArbic confederation and such a federation of Arab states could not be easily balked. Yet it is pertinent to point out also, that such talk thus far has been purely talk. When the emissaries of the Arab states get together, It appears that they too have their problems. The Emir Abdullah of Transjordan has been one of the strongest advocates of a PanArab Federation but the Emir apparently always has in the back 'of his mind that he will be the head of this Federation and Ibn Saud, the ruler of Saudi-Arabia, has similar desires of his own. And each apparently would rather "reign in hell than serve in Heaven." There is further the matter of British policy to consider. Mr. Churchill has flatly declared that he was not named the King's first minister in order to preside at the liquidation of the British Empire. Before the war, when Mr. PAGE TWENTY-THREE NEW YEAR GREETINGS WEBER, THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS SHORELAND ARCADE MIAMI, FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL JEWRY Dr. Roger W. Arnold S21 3. W. 22B.! afctWM MIAMI, FLORIDA MELROSE BEAUTY SALON SEASON'S GREETINGS 3400 N. W. 27th AT*. PHONE 3-9375 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS MR. and MRS. A. FINLEY BINDER and Son J. LOUIS MONROE, VA. and MIAMI BEACH THAT THE COMING YEAR MAY BE FULL OF HAPPINESS. JOY AND PROSPERITY FOR ALL JEWRY IS THE SINCERE WISH OFJ. MARK WILCOX TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR m AMERICAN BREWING CO. DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Boor* MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-2191 THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING TO BREWERY FRESH REGAL Churchill could speak more frankly than he can today, he was a strong Zionist supporter and it may be said, too, that the Zionist plans for Palestine would seem to work with British policy. It is essential for the British to work with British policy. It is essential for the British that in such a strategic position as Palestine, where Asia, Africa and Europe meet, where the Suez Canal lies, that there be a people friendly to the British and the Jews can be counted on for such friendliness. Should the door of Palestine be opened to free and full Jewish immigration, there is every reason to believe that Palestine will see a period, at least for some length of time after the war, of great prosperity. It cannot be doubted that in such an event, both the Jews and the world at large would undertake bolder plans than have been considered in the past. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR +'.3miUfk*k*nri ==***V*l %  I filled with more hop than at my P/tlrcfiti* Raw/sit-afe %  .._•.• -. ^. TT w-, time m the past four years, n* ;*-** %  | VT*" righting On The Home Front! %  •*•-• %  Al, d %  %  -* THE BATTLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS By RICHARD E. GUTSTADT Nattaaal Director of the AnliDtf initiH Leagaa of B'aai B'rita the Axis and the frowinc awareness of Christians that anti-Semitism is a social evil too hideous to tolerate, prompt the hope that out of today's carnage will emerge a I and Palestine appeals, world ot decency and freedom To Normalcy (Continued from Pag* 23) projects were dependent on what could be raised by voluntary rifts this sergeant from has been named after him to conGuadalcanal says to me: •When l meraorate his valor." we get through with the Japs over' The quiet man leaned forward, there, aiy buddies and I are and continued: reining back to America to take "The list is endless, my friend. care of the Jews.' I can give you facts. But perhaps The speaker in the club car you don't want facts. Those men waved a fat cigar for emphasis and thousands more, all Jewish. as he bellowed the words in an are brothers-in-ann with Christian I *f from fear. But despite the discrediting of Axis-fostered anti-Semitism, and its flouting of historical accuracy, too many persons in the United States are spreading false stories about the Jewish role in the war effort in much the same fashion loud traveler mentioned Palestine too. as a result of the WoMomint war, has sensed the possibilities of the business that might be built up through trade with oatside lands. Thus, today, Palestine boasts that it has supplied the Turkish government with the boots for its soldiers. Palestine helping to supply the war needs of the United Nations now dreams of being an "arsenal for peace" as well. It looks to ,the neighboring ^1 "bole area abreast <*r n.,i, ni *Jll Syria, as Urge •nly 4.000,000 ^ Iraq and m ny Jg*m poori* py-^M Poorly. Palestine root w. L 4 I !" ...,.££ intentionally loud voice for the fighting men. Brotherhood is be-! bove. who was countered so efbenefit of other passengers, ing forged, not forgotten, in thej w**Wwl by a well-informed Jew. Somebody snickered. A bun of crucible of war." Domestic nazis and fascists. | e r Em4t **tea. whose industry conversation began, and some eyes The fat man's jaw dropped. He j taking their cue from short-wave, ** retrograde, with the hope turned quizzically to a quiet dark. squirmed in his seat uneasily as scurrilities beamed by Axis stathat it way serve to bring this man who had laid aside his newsa buzz of approbation swept thetions. sedulously have planted! paper and listened to the fat man's car. Then he lumbered to his sleepseeds of suspicions and distrust of discourse. er. disgruntled and confounded by the Jew*, with special emphasis The quiet man looked at the a little quick thinking and some quizzical ones, then spoke slowly mastery ot facts by a Jewish man but with conviction and knowledge: "I think you're misinformed. air Or maybe you are intentionally spreading misinformation. There are Jews on all fronts in this war. fighting at the side of Baptists. Lutherans. Catholics. Confucianists and Agnostics. Sergeant Meyer Levin, before he was unafraid to speak his mind in the face of unwarranted attack. Later, the quiet Jewish traveler pulled from his pocket a booklet which he showed to interested fellow passengers, listing the names of Jewish heroes ia this war and some of their deeds It came from the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. and %  Continued on Page 26) killed in action, took part in more; thereby hangs a tale of other wartaan 50 combat flights and retime activities of this agency reived the Silver Star and the This wartime Rosh Hashanab Distinguished Flying Cross. He of 5704 finds the Jewish populadropped the bombs which sank the ; tion of the world, despite the deciJap battleship Haruna—rememmatian of one-third of its ranks, k-r* %  Torpors' Finkeistein received the Purple Heart after risking his life to save a pilot and crew member after their plane crisheJ in Sew Guinea. 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Her Mian HE JEWS OF ITALY By ALFRED ESPIRO Copyright, 1943, Jewish Te legraphic Agency. Inc. nights went to the hill where Julius Caesar was buried." Julius Caesar had become endeared to the Jews because Caesar had favored them. In his empire building, Caesar had found the Jews because of their dispersal a particularly valuable element. They were important building bricka in his extension of Rome, the city state, to the Roman empire. Today, we are prone to look askance at such empire building proclivities as marked the career of Julius Caesar, but it should be remembered that imperialism at that day contributed no little to the widening of horizons and to the abatement of intolerance. In September, 1943. when Mussolini had a lurking ineer -for Hitler, he said in a ipeech, referring to the Nazi doctrines of race hatred: "Thirty centuries of existence allow the Italians to look with some pity on certain doctrines • wish writers in the Middle es and even of a later date \re fond of a Hebrew pun on name Italy. They referred to is I-Ul-yah, which in Hebrew jam "the land of the dew of Id." This play on the name, ^ly reveals their fondness for ly. It vs*s a land where God's of mercy fell for them. To sure, the history of Italy is not thout many periods when Pope civil ruler made the lot of the n unhappy, but on the whole, position of the Jew had been [favorable one there. [As Benito Mussolini once said, Jewish community of Italy is oldest Jewish community in trope. At far back as the Maclean period, we Jcnow of relays between Rome and Jerusall. Before Christianity was born, [lion Maccabeus had dispatched kUsaries seeking an alliance of fine with Judaea against the frians and the emiasariea were ?orably received and the alliformed. | A i the time of Julius Caesar, fre was a considerable Jewish >up in Rome and no eletr.ent of population lamented Caesar's ing more than. the Jews. eaking of the dirges after Julius r's death, the Roman hisrian, Sueton writes: "Each peosang its mourning songs, but a special way most be rememIred the Jews who for many which are' preached beyond the Alps by those who were illiterates when we had Ceasar, Virgil and Augustus." It was in the days of the great Roman Empire that she did stand for tolerance to peoples of all creeds. It was only recently that Madame Chiang Kai Shek, speaking in America called attention to the fact that the Roman Empire endured so long because of this very tolerance. It is a pity that Mussolini who himself first recognized this and voiced contempt for Nazi race ideas, should himself finally .have been contaminated with the same poison. Mussolini to be sure, at first made professions of liberalism generally. In an interview with Theodore Wolff, former editor of PAGE TWENTY-FIVE SEASON'S OSUWTINOS V I I.I t Mil.1* ITAMINa ICTOBT Klefeker Product Co. m N. W !t.ND ST. raovi j-i7i5 GREETINGS John A. Moore SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BALDWIN Mortgage Co. BALDWIN Insurance Agency, Inc. PHONE 2-8181 Seybold Bide Miami SEASON'S GREETINGS AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE CO. 315 N. W. 9th KMM PHONE 2-7445 To Jewry Everywhere A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate* BISCAYNE FRONTON AND Biscayne ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. Flrtt Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS MORRIS BROTH ERS DEPARTMENT STORE 1261 WASHINGTON AVE. 2243 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH the Berliner Tageblatt as late as 1933, Mussolini said: "There is not the least relation between my imitators in other lands and myself. Italian Fascism is a stranger to the doctrine of anti-Semitism. Italian Fascism is not reactionary. It is a democracy of authority." We may take with a whole salt shaker of salt, Mussolini's contention that Italian Fascism was not reactionary, but it is true that Italian Fascism was at the first and for a long period of time, not anti-Semitic. Not only was Mussolini not anti-Semitic, but the whole background for antiSemitism did not exist In Italy. Perhaps in part, this was due to the fact that the Jewish population was small. The Jews were estimated to number only some 57,000. But beyond this fact was the primary fact that the Italians always" had had a tradition of liberalism to minorities. They had • Continued on Page 28 • NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. 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PAGE TWENTY-SIX JewistfkurkMan \ %  ; i Fighting On The Home Front (Continued from Page 24) on the evasion of responsibility by Jews in war, etc. The same whispered attacks were made in World War I, despite incontrovertible records of the War Department which showed the names •f some 200,000 Jews i n the American forces of 1918. Of this number, 15.000 were casualties— nd because the present conflict dwarfs the so-called "Great War." we apprehend that Jewish participation in the Global War will considerably exceed the previous figure. Yet we must wait until after the war for the release of final figures on Jews in the armed forces, and at the same time confute those spreaders of hate and | disunity who would have our Christian fellow-citizens believe' the worst of us. The anti-Defamation League since Pearl Harbor; has pursued a policy of dignified ] publicizing of Jewish men who acquit themselves with valor and j distinction in this war. We have, ascertained that bringing the name of a Meyer Levin or Hymie Epstein before the public, alongside heroes of other faiths impresses people, often subconsciously, with the falsity of harges that the Jews are not j "doing their part." Merc figures do not tell an adequate story. Only to the objective and analytical mind are figures convincing. But sverybody is Interested in a tale of man against the elements —or man against unequal odds— or man saving hio buddy at the risk or cost of his own life. There already is a wealth of %  such accounts in the annals of this war—and many of them center about Jewish soldiers, sailors and airmen whose deeds, adequately told, go far to refute the vicious propaganda which would label the Jews slackers and profiteers. Very cleverly, friends of the Axis and apostles of disunity have hit upon a propaganda carrier second to none in effectiveness. I refer to the so-called "humorous" jingles and stories with the stay-at-home profiteering Jewish stereotype as the "patsy" of the story. Many well-meaning communal leaders and publications have been taken in by this "humor," which purports to tell a funny story whose subject is an unpatriotic character with a Jewish name. Trade journals, newspapers and magazines which have re-published these grim jokes have expressed surprise, then dismay, wh'en the propaganda intent behind these stories has been exposed through A.D.L. representations. Subsequently, editorial explanations of the harm done by the circulation of these stories were published, and many newspaper columnists and editorial writers have taken up the cudgels against this newest propaganda carrier — diabolical humor. But develish as this technique is, examples of anti-Semitism— sometimes not even thinly-desguised—crop up on the floor of Congress, mouthed by representatives and senators who, of all; people, should know the Axis-aidj ing potentialities of wartime anti-j Semitism. When men in positions of leadership succumb to the temptation to make political capital of antiSemitism, we cannot wonder overmuch, that this malady of the -552*1.] mind has afflicted tens of thousands of persons who in normal times would be healthily skeptical of planned campaigns of hate, Blind anti-Semitism is like any other aberration of the mind; it must receive prompt and scientific attention, for there is no mental ailment which is cured by neglect or indifference. As in medieval days of the rack and water torture, men fear— and persecute—what they do not understand. 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%  ^TOBER 1. 1943 Ighting On The Home Front (Continued from Page 26) id Judaism have suffered no viont changes. [Our numerous speakers who adess service clubs, high schools, |lleges, churches and veterans' ups continue their work on a rger scale—but the work of lese speakers in former years bearing fruit now in the form increased resistance to antitwi-.li propaganda on the part of irsons who have heard these essages. Millions of Americans r ve been set on guard by A. D. speakers against taking stock the propaganda wares of wily Sessional anti-Semites. Today, essages on good-will and interlith -understanding are more tinted—for this is a fast movperiod when every word tunts. !The distribution of compact, nail booklets illustrated with .lor and cartoons has reached ^lional proportions, and these oklets find great favor with ksy people who do not have the me to read lengthier articles. plants have distributed these boklets to workers by the hunteds of thousands, and social Irvice organizations — likewise |tracted by their tropical value id humorous content—have givvital circulation to these eces. [Special reprints of articles and ^oklets of a religious or scholarappeal are issued regularly by A. D. L., and are utilized in practical manner by students, Bearch workers, churchmen and %  ton. Much of the material disputed through our efforts is • JewlslDcrkMan subsequently utilized in the form of sermons, editorials and books. Recognizing in the daily press • potent medim for reaching thousands, the Anti-Defamation League closely collaborated in the preparation of certain press features to be incorporated into the programs of organizations engaged in "selling democracy" to the American public. Striking illustrations and short but pungent copy keynote these full-page displays which are under-written by business firms and institutions as a patriotic act. The role played by Americans of all races and faiths are strikingly depicted in these full-page displays, which cannot but thrill readers who get a new insight into the "melting pot" provided by the American armed forces. In the radio field, substantial help Js given to the producers of programs—network and local which dramatically present moving scenes of American democratic living. Radio is one of the great forces of education today. League NEW YEAR GREETINGS FRANCIS HOTEL 19 N. E. Third Street MIAMI Phone 2-9227 FAMOUS .... Throufhout ttoalh Pltrlea tn Skilled WMuubl#! T A M I A M I MOTOR REPAIRING CO. JOE Miao. rrnliiel Itn S. W. STH STREET Mr. and Mrs. BEST WISHES George Rachlin % %  < n.ufkiw. IBISUT ANN To Our Jewish Friends and *n* ef NEW TEAR S a r I i *• PUcIrr St. rhtmt 2-I71S Best Wishes To Our Many Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I N V E S T O R S SYN DICATE Congress Building PHONE 2-2661 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL NEW YEAR Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AUDIPHpNE COMPANY OF MIAMI, Inc. Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aide by Western Electric Developed by Bell Laboratories 117 N. E. let Are.—1211-13 Security Bid.., Miami—Phoae 3-3840 W. Palaa Beach Office, 3800 Wa.hington Dr.—Phone 8592 IT IS WITH PLEASURE AGAIN TO EXTEND NEW YEAR WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN JOHN H. LEVI A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL VAN C. KUSSROW ACTING TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY



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. PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT *># %  */ Iktkhnr I The Jews Of ltalyl*?"^ o ut £ %  '*V* n0 \ ."" \ Fighting On Thf %  'til Hitlers tie* with Mussolini ll ^ (Continue d from Page 25. m fjrmly ijnked th t there > Home FrOtlt evolved no NieUches and Trietsch*'* 5 ,0 be n reaf PPrehension .continued from Page 27' kes and Chamberlains to exal: j p r "* %  c use for %  ... On Mav 31 19:?<) Ja.ob Lannetds of communities having war and ruthlessness and chauvm-' %  '" ""> •*• i "! '••" *-" isiic nationalism. No one ever dau. managing director of the i problems aggravated by wartime conditions. Unfair accusations taxing Jewish merchants with profiteering, scurrilous charges of favoritism allegedly shown Jewi-h The Jewish community in Italy ] ''" nt %  D L e fh *+ spoke of Italian arrogance as one Jewish Telegraphic Agency had speaks of Prussian arrogance. an interv j e w with Mussolini.l It When Mussolini was a boj „ a no ,; v following the conclugrowing up, the Mayor of Rome.| s ion of a Concordat between MusErnesto Nathan, was a Jew. At L olim and the f atnollc ,. hurch j selectees by draft boards, and disthe peace conference after the and some appre hension was excnm.nation against Jews ,n refirst World War. it mm Senile, ed ,„ non Catholic circles •• rts newspaper ads, war plans Jew. who with Wilson. Clemenabom thfjr own st tu< M &„. employment agencies and schoo.s eeau and Lloyd George, were reL oe n tnis jnlerV|CW Mus"" f w,thm the P rovinfe of garded as the leaders around the c o ; inj sa „ i: .. Jhf corKor< ; Community .service activ.tiev peace table. Luigi Luizaati forL nythint ^ i-pro ^ the states Sound P^'.c relations proyears was a member of the Italian „ f the Jewi h eomnmi u s tram.are offered to communit; cabinet. In other ways, it WSJ j, ars" oldT In" fact it is evident that there wai • ,. Iew kh comnlunitv in any bitterness between the JewEunp ^ Tlu Jew wep: on Cac-ars and non-Jews, for one thing, the „ >nd has thr0 ughout a period percentage of interwai (lf n ore ha „ g0 cemarie parliri enormously high. At Venue, for pa:ed ;„ ;h( hj ,. orv of .^ cojn example, the rate of :rv dorlnf ft „ „ f -,. triaJg and age was abou: one third ol % %  t uIation % %  Whole number. It ra to IU | ia1 In J932 in ,„ interv >w wilh David Lubin. the American Jew, who Immortalised i i one of H. G. We' boob, turned when IM ^7, lhe i!>r doc! lne ,., •on7 : rt*o: -The.e are r.o pu ter a::ora '• Xel even the Jew. have remained . r> anadn • sted. Race that i sentiIn 19:.'. Mussol • • B ack' the nerman-Jewivh writer, Emil Ladwig, Mu'vj'ini went on to gram conceived to meet specific situations. For example, the same complex interfaith program offered to Detroit—a tinder-box of racial and re'igious animosities— would not be urged upon a small Ohio city predominantly agricultural in make-up. The industrial, economic and racial aspects of a metropolis are considered in the preparation of civic programs by our Community Service special-:Rosh Hashanah 5704 should serve as both a challenge and a beacon light to us. Admittedly, evil forces are at work to pin responsibility for the world's struggle upon the Jewish people of America—a technique which once proved successful in Nazi Germany when aimed at the Jews of that country. But we can block the subversivists practicing this technique by a forthright public relations program which will leave no mystery about the Jews and Judaism in the minds of the city man. the farmer, the soldier, the mechanic, the student. Tyranny is old. Democracy is young. Because we Jews can be normal, self-respecting human beings only in the free air of democracy, and because we want this blessing for all men in the world, it behooves us to be demo' be ^aid t errad '• %  • %  wen .-. wli es, yet Continued on Pa.* 37 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saffer AND FAMILY Extend Their Be.t Withei to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldman AND FAMILY Extend Their Bett Wiihet for the New Year to all their Friend* and the Friends of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SHAYNE AND SON and the DIXIE MUSIC CO. 7*1 V Miami Avenue Extend Sincere Withes HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS SOBEL'S FILLING STATION 1900 S. W. 8th Street PAUL SOBEL. M t r PARACON PAINTS • IT AMHORS TO THE SIHFACE for The Discriminatinr' 545 West Flarler Street PHONE 3-4743 SEASONS GREETINGS MR AND MRS. SAM WIESSEL and Auoc tin of SAM'S SERVICE STATION Mt Coral Wa> CORAL CABLES GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR BRUSSELL'S LACE SHOP MIAMI MIAMI BEACH WEST PALM BEACH MR. and MRS. LEO EISENSTEIN Wish All Their Re Is • F • A HAPPY NEW YEAR T MR. and MRS. HARRY KOVNER wish their friends and relatives a rery HAPPY NEW YEAR The Makers of That Good ROYAL PALM CREAM Anci Distr.butors of ROYAL PALM MILK f Mend Best Wishes for a H4.PPY NEW YEAR ROYAL PALM CREAMERY • Incorporated > PHONE J-KSJ SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW \EAR MR. AND MRS. ABE ARONOVITZ and FAMILY HAPPY NEW YEAR VANN CLEANERS & HAND LAUNDRY The Only Plant in Florida Designed for These Whe Demand The Best 510 JEFFERSON AVE. 3-21*7 PHONES5-21 S NEW YEAR GREETINGS THE BOAT RESTAURANT 3* N E. First Avenae PHONE 3-2517 HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. T. L LOWRIE 838 N. W. 3rd Aw—I MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY NEW YEAR Dade Commonwealth Title Co. BRptCHBtJai Lawyers Title Insurance (or* *f Richmond. Ya. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE IN SI R ANTE The Oldest and Most Complete PUnt in Dade County %  ** %  "• **** N. E. 1st St. Title Dept. First Federal Bldg PHONE 3-7M1 NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 5*3 V W. 7th ATC. Ph. 2-7tl -9225*1.1 Cracy s '""nip^onTTTe?^ o' the road-, est J^4 than ^.„, m toJ than democracy *„S| •vicious panace'^H we T r h y .t of T a nd Airk T "t is the chalUn-T^ the vigorou, .I^JHH "unity of the United c h < H th" signifies C J *Jj people! tfl S,NC ERE NEWTEAT GREETINGS MIAMI PHOTO A •SPORTS SUP PL nj U47 Biscayne BU. PHONE 3-033 BEST WISHES F01 A HAPPY NEW YU| Or. and Mrs. Alexander Kuihut, and Famih NEW YEAR GREETINGS I J. C. WILUNCHAlii Service Station 1540 S. W 22nd Aw. PHONE 4-9270 SEASONS GREETINGJ1 froii STEVEN'S MARKtl] 2201 N. W. f,2nd Sired PHONE 7 3085 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAI ELECTROLUX Incorporated Postal Building NEW YEAR GREETINGS To O-r Many Jew"" F and Patrons LARRY MARKS b 127 N. W. 2d St SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR H. EARNEST OVERSTREET TAX COLLECTOR FOR DAD1 COUNTY SINCERE WISHES FOR A liAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Seminole Rock & Sand Co. 1114 Congress Eld,. Pfcona t 3104 MIAMI FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous m NEW YEAR S. H. KRESS & CO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Iron and Metal of All Description! PHONE 3-4292 RICHIE METALS I. LEVIN New and Used Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27t AVENUE —i MIAMI. FLORID* TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR ). J. Farrey and Associates BUILDING DIVISION MIAMI BEACH •I ... -. <.fTIM. TO iu oia iiwivsi mraoi>f> American Pharmacy. Inc. I r :um nsofcs. Marshall's Drug Store NEW YEAR GREETINGS THE LANC CORPUPHOLSTERINC WOO S. W. Eightk Stroot PHONE 4-5572



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%  NRMBNeC:---;TOBER 1. 1943 fJenisti Jturiciiciti paping Jewish Life In War-Torn Russia (A Rosh Haithonah Review) By M. Z. FRANK (Copyright, .1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) PAGE TWENTY-NINE |(iwing to the German-Russian i: and the general difficulty in ktaining precise information foni the. U.S.S.R. we are able see only the broad outlines of L events and developments in |e life of the Jews in the U.S.S.R. iring the past year. The star%  > changes brought by the first >j! of the war continued, and I events which took place, ing the first year were %  plicated* [in brief these changes and fonts may be summed up as folThe shifting of the Jewish Ljiulation of Russia from the Jest to the East; the relaxation the bans against religion, e'irew and Zionism, with a subIquent growing consciousness by \ .lews of Russia of a common and present with Jews elseere; intense Jewish participation in the war against the invader both ax members of the regular armed services and of the partisan-bands; and large-scale massacres of Jews in Naii-occupied towns. As early as August, 1942, Russian partisans reported that no Jews remained in Byelorussia, that there were none left in such once large centers of Jewish population as Minsk and Vitebsk. Those Jews who escaped the Nazi by going eastward were accompanied, if not, indeed, preceded by. almost half a million Jews fleeing from Poland and the Baltic States. New settlements were established in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Chuvashia, the Bakshir Republic and other Soviet areas east of the Urals. Kokand, the capital of Uzbekistan, has become a place where the Yiddish of Jews from Wilno and Kaunas can be heard in the streets. For more than a year "miniature centers" of historic Polish yeshivas have been established in small Siberian villages. Faculties and students from Poland continue their studies in an area where there were formerly few. if any, Jewish inhabitants. Tashkent, in Uzbekistan, has been swelled by a tremendous influx of Jews from Russia proper, especially from the Moscow area. With them came the entire organization of the Moscow Jewish Community. Jews from the SEASONS BEST WISHES LOTSPEICH FLOORING CO. 7 N. E. 3TH STREET PHONE 7-0404 Sincere New Year Greetings from BOB MARTIN, I MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 SINCERE NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM NORMANDY SCHOOL LEO HUBERMAN 1021 Biarritz Drive • PHONE 6-1061 MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS UTUAL LIFE ISURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building PHONE 3-7020 [SEASON'S GREETINGS ERNEST PHILPITT &SON Musical Instruments HAPPY NEW YEAR THE PUBLIC SELF-SERVICE STORES t A STORE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY" 337 N. Miami AT.IM PHONE 2-5921 NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congrai* Building PHONE 2-5284 NEW YEAR GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT COLD STORAGE FACILITIES Fruitf • V.j.tabUi Produce Sd • Seaboard Trackage 1701 N. W. S.r.mh Avanita PHONE 3-1219 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SKATE IN COMFORT Special Prices To Our Armed Forces VENETIAN SKATING RINK 27M g. w. 27th Avenue 'Cool Air amraii Atttrnoon | to I %  >tnlDf 7:10 to It P. M. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR L. Dl RUSCIO SM Our I.ai| Auortmtnt Of Imported Men's Sport Coats Laal M... CUSTOM TAILORING DIT oiaanltif and RratodtUnf At Raaionftble Prlcta rk... -HM INI Oaltlaa Art. Miaai BMch SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Many Friands STANDARD Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 3-3129 149 N. E. 10th Street BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR STANLEY'S JEWELERS 240 Stk Street PHONE 5-2236 MIAMI BEACH NEW YEAR GREETINGS ABBOTT ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL MARINE STORES Wiring, Repairs Alterations of All Kinds MOO North Miami Avenue PHONES: 3-6294—7-3082 SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL On the Ocean Front Private Beach — Solarium Low Summer Rates 425 Ocean Drive PHONE 5-4706 A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIKE DALLETT'S GARAGE SERVICE STATION 340 Twenty Third Street PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH Ukraine and White Russia were evacuated by the thousands to the Bakshir Republic wheremany of them now work on collective farms. The Kiev Jewish State Theater has been moved to Jambul in the Asiatic republic of Kazakhstan. The White Russian Jewish Theater opened its reason in Novosibirsk, industrial center of Southern Siberia. The presence of thousands of Russian and Baltic Jews has created an acute housing shortage in Samarkand and other Uzbek cities, which the authorities are trying to meet with new apartment buildings. The situation of the 350,000 or GREEN CANDLE TEA ROOM 52 SILVER BLUFF AVE. COftAL GABLES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR FALK'S DELICATESSEN 345 N. E. Second Avenue PHONE 2-0789 We Carry a Complete DELICATESSEN and GROCERY LINE Wholesale and Retail RABBI and MRS. AVIGDOR GOLDEN and FAMILY EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A Happy. Healthy and Prosperou* New Year to the Jewish Community of Miami and Miami Beach in particular, and to the House of Israel generally. more Polish Jews in the U.S.S.R. was complicated by Soviet policy toward Poland, by the differences between the Soviet government and the Polish Govern ment-inExile, and by the under currents of anti-Semitism among Polish officials. • All Jews of the Eastern prov(Continued on Page 30) Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and MRS. H. R. MECHLOWITZ AND SON ADELMAN'S PIPE & STEEL CO. AND MR. AND MRS. NATHAN ADELMAN AND FAMILY EXTEND TO ALL JEWRY IN GENERAL AND RELATIVES TO PARTICULAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR r All Moit Happy N.w Yaar Miller Electric Company PHONE 9-2477 Miller's Shell Service PHONE 2-9161 l,0 W. FlagUr Straat MIAMI. FLA. A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR COOPERS BAR BEER — WINE — MUSIC LOTS OF FUN 2506 N. W. Second Avenue PHONE 3-9102 Best Wishes for A Happy New Year CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd Coral Gables HOLIDAY GREETINGS ACME FAST FREIGHT Inc. 400 S. W. First Avenue PHONE 3-8461 i' I flue wish all our friends and patrons and all the Jewish people —a year of health, happiness and prosperity ESTABLISHED 1760 SOMETHING AfaW HAS BEEN ADDED



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' Fil3E THIRTY fJewlstncrkMw Shaping Jewish Life In War-Torn Russia (Continued from Page 29) inces of Poland are considered citizens of the U.S.S.R. by the Soviet government, which bases its claims on the results of a plebiscite held after the Russian occupation of Eastern Poland in the Fall of 19S9. In addition, all Jews from :ht central Polish provinces who were in Eastern Poland as refugees from the Nazis at the time of the plebiscite are also considered citizens of the U.S.S.R. Many of these Polish Jews wished to .taw Russia because of economic hardships, political differences, or :he mere desire to go elsewhere. The fact that so large a proportion of them were considered as Soviet citizens made departure difficult. Meanwhile, in the early stages of the war. before the Soviet economy could absorb an appreciable number ol them, the absence of organized assistance and the diffic.i ty of organizing foreign charity in the l.S.S.R. made the position of the Polish Jews desperate. On the other hand, out of 140.000 Polish citizens evacuated from the U.S S.R. to Iran, only some 2.500 were Jews. According to representatives of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, the i number was due more to the anti-Jewish bias of 1 Ol lb military authorities in Rus; sia than to Soviet policy. Polish' officials discriminated against Jews in recruiting men for the Polish' army as well as in the evacuation of persons wishing to leave the U.S.S.R. This discrimination, according to the same source, was resisted by Soviet officials who often interceded on behalf of Jews. Many communal leaders among the Polish and the Baltic Jews, formerly identified with political movements which the Soviets consider inimical, faced additional difficulties. Some were imprisoned; the whereabouts of others is unknown. The two leaders of the Jewish Socialist Party in Poland (The Bund), Henryk Alter and Victor Erlich. arrested in 1939, then released and again arrested, on the alleged ground that they had sought to influence Soviet soldiers to lay down their arms and make peace with the Nazis. The first intimation the public had of the death of the two leaders came in a letter from Maxim Litvinov, the Soviet Ambassador to the United States, to William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. The date of the execution, originally given as December, 1942, HAPPY NEW YEAR PHIL DAVIS, Inc. CLOTHING 138 Ea*t Flatler Street MIAMI, FLORIDA To Our Many Friend* and Patroni A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR FOUR SISTERS HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 655 Washington Ae. PHONE 5-9709 GREETINGS B E H N E PRINTING CO. 173 N. E. Fir.t Street MIAMI, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR KIRKHAM JEWELRY <* OPTICAL COMPANY SHORELAND ARCADE PHONE 2-4447 To Our Friend* and Patron* A Moat Happy New Year SAVOY HOTEL MRS. BRIGHAM 252 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 28827 Sincere Witket to All Our Relative* and Friend* for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS GEORGE CHERTKOF and Son STANLEY IVAN GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS SIS Fir.t National Bank Bide PHONE 3-4*84 i — NEW YEAR GREETINGS GEORGIA ''ULPEPPER MADALINE CULPEPPER Tiroli Beauly Salon. Inc. > TS LADY n*0 (Ul> •* %  '** %  • *f *** % %  % %  %  %  "44 W Flag er Si II i PHONK —A Moil Happy New YearMIAMI MATTRESS MANUFACTURING CO. • PHONE 2-7466 60 N. W. 13th Street T Oar su> Umnk rna tat c i —*> ifc N l„, Wr.mt •• *•? %  %  m i ui rrm*9r>it REES MARSHALL CORAL CABLES INSURANCE CO. PHONE I I Ivd. New Year Friend* Greetings to Oer and Cnatontera V 1 C K S BAR & RESTAURANT 35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891 NEW YEAR GREETINGS WALTER A. FREDERICKS MARKET 680 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-2377 Beat Wiahe* to Onr Many Friend* and Patron* KUBBY HOUSE lOS N. Miaaai Arcane 261 E Flatter Street Gen. Office. 16 N. F_ 3rd Ae. PHONE 3-5257 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. TAIT ACCOUNTANT 84)12 N. E. 2nd A.enne MIAMI SEASONS GREETINGS SCHAAF PRESERVINC CO., Inc. 1305 N. W. Z2nd Street PHONE 2-44534 was later corrected to December, 1941. The influx of such a vast number of Jews from the border states into Russia has, for the first time in over twenty years, brought the Jews of Soviet Russia in direct contact with Jewish traditions. The refugee Jews brought with them their yeshivoth or Talmudic academies, their religious practices, their Jewish garb, and their interest in the Hebrew language, in Palestine and in the destiny of the Jews in other countries. General Soviet policy was somewhat modified in relaxing bans on religion and Hebrew. The consciousness of the common destiny of Jews throughout the world and interest and pride in the Jewish past have been greatly encouraged during the present war. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL The Be*t Chop Sney in Townl Chicken Chow Mein ORIENTAL GARDEN 272 Writ Flatler Street Open All Summer In September, 1942, for the first time in the history of Soviet Russia, the Jewish community of Moscow, now situated in Tashkent, addressed High Holiday greetings to the Jews of the world. And a month earlier, the same community joined the Jews of the world in a Day of Fast and Prayers proclaimed by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada. The promptness with which the Jews of Palestine responded to the call of Russian Jews for helpNEW YEAR GREETINGS KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy Phone 8-1877 MIAMI BEACH We With to Extend NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our Many Friend* GUARANTY TITLE fir ABSTRACT CORP. 50 We.t Flatler Street SEASON'S GREETINGS e ACE RUG CLEANERS 53 S. W. S. Rieer Drive t-1155 We Wish to Extend New Year Greetings to Oar Friends and Customers SHERIDAN FOOD MARKET 415 W. 41st St. Phone 5-7S45 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FLORIDA FUEL OIL, INC. 858 X. W. 7Srd St. Ph. 7-1663 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Main Parking Lot AND MAIN U Drive-It Service J. RARBASH A SONS, INC 261 N. E. IK St. Phone 2-8884 WE BUT WASTE PAPER RAGS — ALL TYPES Florida Waste Paper and Salvage, Inc. US N. W. 22nd Lane PHONE S-8159 f official organ' 0 f t ^j Anti-Fascist Committed {? hv, Elnigkeit, M „ to the Jews oMh^EagiiA (Contina edon p tft ^ J ToAUAMtMHappjKcM,, MR. AND MRS. WIN L SIEGEL Washington, D. C. TO OUB MANY FRlExn, AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY NEW TEH Jaymor Drug Sundry Company Wholesale Drug 4 Sandrj Q. IN N. W. 21st Terr*. PHONE 3-JM1 ^wt^*'*-'' w+m New Year GREETINGS IhVWE PEIHttM NEW YEAR GREETINGS EDITH & FRITZ 323 V Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5838 1943-4 5704 To ALL A MOST HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR W. REITH PHILLIPS SAM KATZ .ALEX S. COHEN of the Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada NEW TEAR GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E 78th Street PHONE 7-8588 May the coming year bring a speedy victory and be a year FULL OF HEALTH and HAPPINESS. • %  IIAIIE LPBHtUL F >** M T 4 • *8A8*8 .,,,)• %  J *, NOUN IA11 ••••' ** J088WM.UPT081. PRRSrt*]" nfj" IM/jjiH/iM



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fOBEB 1, 1943 *Jen1st fhrldUam OMMUNAL PLANNING FOR TOMORROW JENJAMIN B. GOLDMAN, fcutive Director Greater Miami Jewish Federation | oresMr Miami Jewish FaderaUoa U the Fund raising organisation of the comAfiillated with It arc twntj-stven Jlioupf that do not receive fund* but III % % %  In IU activltlea and cooperate. | agencies, local, national and iMonal In scope, an the recipients of The Federation has widened its pro[thr past rear and has added "Communinning," to 11s endeavors. loniin Noraim is a period for temptation, for self-examinaand for soul-searching. The Holiday period offers time fitting: opportunity to look upon the immediate past and x our gaze upon the horizons |o morrow. | individuals, in this Holy Ion each of us takes stock of |t he has accomplished in the gone by and surely finds Ih that has been good. As a tie, we weigh what the year ju'ht us: In our free world of brica there is cause for reins that bomb and persecution been kept from oar shores; tseas there is cause for proud sorrow that is lightened only the prospects of victorious pe and by plans for rescuing sheltering the remnants of people. L Jews and as individuals, ^y of us are bound together mutual interests and for comBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. HARRY CORDON AND FAMILY [NEW YEAR GREETINGS PALM* PHARMACY DR. C. J. ERICSON 2200 N. W. 28th Street PHONE 2-9356 MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR PHONE 2-4038 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 113 Shorela.d Arc.d. MIAMI, FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR he LUDMAN CORP. PHONE 2-S4M 116 N. E. 6th Street %  •king To All Jewish Citizens A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALKER Casket Company 535 N. W. 24th ST. mon programs. We have formed organization* and as members of these organizations at this time we look back upon what they have done. Some things we find good. Others we find we have forgotten as the passing of time kindly dims our memory. And remembrance of things done well prompts us to look ahead to what our organizations may do tomorrow. We know that our realizations of today took form from the hopes and wishes of yesterday, and that tomorrow is shaped from the formless dreams of today. Those of us who are associated with these organizations, who speak of "planning" for our Jewish communal life, find in the first ten days of Tishri the atmosphere for that kind of conPAGE THIRTY-ONE To Oar Many Jewish Friends MAY YOU HAVE HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY FOR YOUR NEW YEAR GREAT SOUTHERN TRUCKING CO. PHONE 2-6513 64 N. E. 20th STREET BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. A. GLASS TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR V GENERAL SHEET METAL 1943 N. W. 1st COURT PHONE 2-3915 A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OR. WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS ACME SUPPLY CO. 134 N. E. Siath Street MIAMI, FLORIDA Diamonds Jewelry Luggage Novelties Provident Jewelry & Luggage Co. 36 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-3268 NEW YEAR GREETINGS CALLAHAIUSTUZIN B Certified Public Accountants BISCAYNE BUILDING MIAML FLORIDA j templation which parallels spiritual devotion. We pause to consider what our organizations have done —what they are doing—and what they can do. For the essence of planning is to learn the lessons that yesterday taught so that we may chart a truer course for tomorrow. Our Jewish Federation is the instrumentality of our Jewish community to plan a better communal life for today and tomorrow. The agencies it helps to support—the YMHA, the YM & WHA of Miami Beach-, the Army and Navy Committee, the Jewish Education Association—all seek to improve our way of life as Jews and as RABBI AND MRS. MANUEL GREENSTEIN Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshipers of CONG. BETH EL of Wegt Palm Beach, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR .RABBI AND MRS. MOSES MESCHELOFF Daughter. Renah Rahel and Son. Efrom Zev wish for all Jewry and particularly the members and officers of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY AND FAMILY extend to all Jewry, and particularly the officer* and. members of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, sincere and heartfelt wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year RABBI AND MRS. • IRVING LEHRMAN and FAMILY MIAMI BEACH Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to the Officers, Directors and Members of the Miami Beach Jewish Center and all its affilated organizations. RABBI AND MRS. LASARUS LEHRER Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of B'NAI ZION CONGREGATION •f Kay West, Florida SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. S. M. MACHTEI AND FAMILY Wish for the Members and Officers of Beth Sbolom Center, it* Sisterhood and Jewry at Large A HAPPY NEW YEAR citizens in our democracy. Other social agenci-s cooperating with Federation—the Jewish Welfare Bureau, the National Council of Jewish Women, the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League, the Hillel Foundation—all buttress that way of life. And those other agencies supported by Federation who carry on their work nationally and overseas—particularly the United Jewish Appeal—broaden our concern for our fellowJews and permit us to take our proper place beside the homeless and the despairing. Together, these organizations are working side-by-side in that spirit of goodwill and cooperation |£ RABBI AND MRS. MORRIS A. SKOP AND FAMILY EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR to the Officers and Members of CONG. OHEV SHOLOM Orlanda, Florida AND TO JEWRY AT LARGE RABBI AND MRS. MAX SHAPIRO DAUGHTER AND SON Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and officers of Beth David Congregation, a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR U 4 RABBI AND MRS. JACOB H. KAPLAN Extend to all Jewry and particularly the members of TEMPLE ISRAEL SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CANTOR ABRAHAM D. WOLF extends his best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year to the Board of Directors of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, their families, the members, and to all bis friends. RABBI AND MRS. SIMON APRIL and FAMILY Wish for all Jewry, and particularly the members and worshipers of Cong. Schaarel Zedek A HAPPY NEW YEAR LT. AND MRS. COLMAN A. ZWITMAN AND SON Extend to all Jewry SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR which sound planning encourages and which enlightened leadership can translate into concrete form. Out of this spirit, great things can take shape. Upon the foundations of today's accomplishments, tomorrow's noble edifices may be built. We have the vision, the leadership, the wealth and the will. Let us go orward into 5704 with the high hopes and the lofty plans that will lead to the greatness that can be "Greater Miami." RABBI AND MRS. ERNST LORGE Gainesville, Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. AND MRS. CARL N. HERMAN Wish for all Jewry and particularly the Worshipers of West Palm Beach, Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON Extends to all Jewry, and particularly the officers and members of Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale and its Sisterhood, sincere and heartfelt wishes for A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR RABBI AND MRS. AMRAM PRERO Wish the officers and members of B'nai B'rith, Students of Florida Colleges, and the Jews of Florida A HAPPY NEW YEAR ;? GEORGE L. GRILEY VICTOR P. GRILEY Extends NEW YEAR WISHES to their Many Friends SINCERE BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Charles Rattier and SONS Stanley and Nathan i



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• ^w / V PAGE THIRTY TWO *JmUi>nuiMw OCTOBER Shaping Jewish Life In War-Torn Russia (Continued from Page 30) ing countries. In August, 1942, Pavel Mikhailovitch, First Secretary of the Russian Embassy at Ankara. Turkey, in a speech in Jerusalem. thanked Palestine J"ewry for its aid, and because the first Soviet diplomat to deliver a public address in Palestine. These contacts between Soviet and Palestine Jews mark a gradual rapprochement between two communities which had once regarded each other askance. The most remarkable change in the attitude of Soviet Jewish leadership is to be found in the stress upon the peculiarly Jewish aspect of the war. Barcochba. the Jewish leadtr in Palestine of an unsuccessful revolt afalnst the Romans in the days of Emperor Hadrian, has become the most popular Jewish hero in Russia. The Maccabbeans. too. are often mentioned in articles and ing closer contact between the Jew* of the Soviet Union and those of other countries is the present visit to America of S. Mikhoels, leader of the MoscowJewish State Theater and chairman of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in Kuibyshev, and Itrik Fefer. one of the most prominent Yiddish writers in the Soviet Union. There are few accurate data available on the number of Jews in the Soviet army and still fewer on the number of Jews in the guerrilla bands fighting Hitler behind his lines. The Jewish Anti-Fasiist Committee in Kuibyshev announced current Soviet offensive. Stories are plentiful of heroic exploits by Jewish soldiers and partisans, including old men, women and children. Details of Nazi massacres of Jews in occupied territory were revealed on the re-occupation of those regions by the Soviet troops, and new massacres took place in towns freshly occupied by the Germans during the past year. Various reports from Jewish refugees, partisan leaders and Soviet military commanders, who re-occupied Soviet territory held by the Nazis, tell of 5,000 Jews killed in Kerch, 72,000 in Minsk. 11,000 in Ponevezh. 13,000 in Kharkov, 5.000 in Dniepro-Petrovsk, 2,800 that '•although Jews rank seventh | jr) p iali g 0r k 3 0 00 in Kislovodsk, addresses on the war and the war ; effort, intended for Jewish audiences. Among those who speak of the Jews u the descendants ef the Maccabbeans is Hay Ehrenburg. the famous Soviet writer who, until recently, was never Identified wifli any Jewish en-^ )> avor. The Nazi atrocities against the Jews "f Warsaw, of Amsterdam and of Prague are constantly mentioned in appeals to JeWI to fight the Nazis thus emphasizing the common destiny of the Jews all over the world. The lal e in the direction of establishin population among the various nationalities in the Soviet Union, they are fourth in number among the heroes who have received awards in recent months for exploits at the front or unusual feats in production." In March. 1943. the same Committee anI nounced that more than twenty' five Jewish officers in the Red Army had been promoted to the of Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis in occupied Soviet Russia cannot be estimated, nor is there any way of telling how near the truth is the seemingly over-optimistic estimate given by David Bergelson, chairman of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in Kuibyshev, that eighty percent of the Jews in the occupied territory had been evacuated. There are reports of Jewish deportees from Holland and other Western countries having been sent to thd occupied Soviet terrjto/jea, f\t military work, but their number and their fate are still shrouded in darkness. Lit and of torture inflicted on Jewish prisoners of war. The accuracy of these figures cannot as yet be ascertained and the total number rank of General during the then SAYERS Apartment Hotel L'TL'fi N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-91 !ir. COMPLIMENTS $ LaFrance Cleaners (x Dyers 244 N. W. 35th Street Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons HIGHLAND PARK PHARMACY GLENN R. HALL, Prop. 936 N. W. 7th Av.nu. SEASONS GREETINGS ELSASSER'S SERVICE STATION 7791 Biscaync Blvd. PHONE 7-9296 Best Wiahei to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons Night Owl Barbecue 3193 S. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 4-9111 To Our Patron* and Friends A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR CORDON SHOP DuPont Bldf. Mi Fla. Best Wishes to Out Manv Jewish Friends and Patrons MILLER s S U N D R 1 E S 1465 N. W. 3rd Av. PHONE 2-8908 HAPPY NEW YEAR BROWNLYS 247 Eait Flatter Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Candies, Fountain, Luncheonette, Home Made and Boxed Candies, Carmel Corn NEW YEAR GREETINGS UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 To Our Patrons and Friends SEASONS GREETINGS Batista Bar & Grill 1201 N. E. 1st Ave. PHONE 2-9551 TO ALL— A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR Adrian McCune REAL ESTATE APPRAISER REALTOR Security Bid, Phone 3-7796 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ERNEST L. BRYANT OFFICIAL REPORTER of the CIRCUIT COURT AUGUST STUDIO of Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work At Slip Covers 600 Lincoln Road Building Entrance at Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach, Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS L E V 1 PLUMBING 2-1517 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI, FLORIDA ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned After Oct. 1. SIS Lincoln Rd. TELEPHONE 55509 Miami Beach, Fla. NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEFKOVE & MEYERS 109 S. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-1637 Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise extend best wishes to all their relatives and friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons J. H. HACOOD CO. 3801 N. E. 2nd Avc. PHONE 7-2288 BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EAST COAST BAR 2830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-91C2 NEW YEAR GREETINGS TOUBY PAINTING CO. 669 N. W. Eighth Street MIAMI, FLA. TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS DR EUGENE WEISS Podiatrist Chiropodist NEW YEAR GREETINCS SCHREIBER'S TACKLE at BAIT SHOP 617 West Avenue PHONE 5-1923 SEASONS GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2916 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5951 HAPPY NEW YEAR to Our Many Friend* LAKEIN JEWELRY CO. 424 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1837 SEASONS GREETINGS RED ROAD LIQUOR STORE 203C S. W. Red Road PHONE 4-9474 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Jones Miami Beach Express Co. 71 5th Street Phone 5-3787 m NEWS TOWER NEW YEAR GREETINGS KING'S FUNERAL HOME m S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-2111 NEW YEAR GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Flowers "Say It With Flowera Bat Say It With Oers" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3771 NEW YEAR GREETINCS Armature & Generator Exchange 340 N. W. First Court PHONE 2-0491 NEW YEAR GREETINGS Southland Insurance & Realty Co. Shoreland Arcade PHONE 3-8681 Best Wishes to our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons MIAMI COAL AND OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-7896 A .MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR MAURICE'S RESTAURANT 120 N. E. First Avenue MIAMI. FLA. It Ifa Pleasure to Extend A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FRIENDS N. P. NEIGHBOR LOWRY SEASON'S GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STOR E .1448 N. W. 62nd STREET PHONE 7-9472 Outside of the arT"^^ 1 brides Maxi m \S'* J Ambassador to the& have receive,! pub J"*!_ Paying a ,ead!7 roP^ direction 0 f the .So7£ Uiar Xaganovhch t h, *" in the Poli,. Bur ;,u e0n1 !' brother Yuli. ,he .*fj* presid.um of the Sunr.!! %  o< the U.S.S.R.. £% mentioned. SEASONS GREETINGS MARION BUTLEI REAL ESTATE 116 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-4W SEASONS GREETINGS A. H. BRANNON FIRST STATE BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL 9 BUSINESS SCIENCE FrafrMlaaal nidi MUal n. M.I 1-1444— III! i lmnt S Miami t,,,),. jfc. SM I L* 0;u Rii4 ri. i..4.-d,i, n>. arrrelif* n, AMtBK 4N *SSOTMTIO\ St COMMFRCIM. (OLUCII f> I 1 PALMER FUNERAL m AND CHAPEl Reform ... Conservative • And Orthodox • • Rites and Rituals Strictly Observed "A Friend in Netd" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST.] PHONE 9-2664 NEW YEAR GREETINGS STORE* Conveaio'h LotalJ •' MIAMI 1895 S. W.I** Ml 5 Biscay** H! FOOD (ENTERS MIAMI BEA<" 700 W.<1"* ,701 Ah*. **



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rOBER 1. 1M3 +Jeist)HurkUan PAGE THIRTY-THREE rish Farmers Are Soldiers On The Food Front By GABRIEL DAVIDSON Davidson is the Managing Director of the Jewish Agricultural Society, and the author of Our Jewish Farmers) jng before sundown on Sepber 30, the eve of Rosh Hasan, Jewish men and women and jren on farms over America come early from the harvest is to prepare for the celebra( ,f this High Holy Day. Rosh thanah—the beginning of aner year—the time to take stock [what has been accomplished what lies ahead. this year perhaps more than before these Jewish farmers give thanks for the bounteous gts 0 f nature which by their hands they have raised on lr own land. They will look out their fields at the hay eked high, the laden fruit trees, healthy broods of chicks—and lir hearts will swell with thanks God for these good things, and the knowledge that the tide of If'ict goes slowly but surely linst the oppressor. "God bless Urica," they may well murmur, ting forward to the New Year full hearts. \i has not been an easy year— one just past. For It has been of the blood and thunder of holocaust abroad. Hardly a I a farm has not felt the abof a family member—whose letter have come from far parts of this country, or from the Pacific area or North Africa or Sicily — wherever the Armed Forces have gone. Hardly a farm has not felt the lack of needed labor to work the crops and care for the livestock; the complete dearth of farm equipment. They have all toiled longer and harder to carry the double burden and to produce to their utmost capacity for America's armies and for those of her allies. And when the farm work was done these men and women served on the home front as well. They are air raid wardens and fire wardens, airplane spotters. They have knitted and made bandages for the Red Cross. They have given blood for the plasma bank. Their salvage and scrap drives have Been intensive. Their daughters are nurses. They have canned and preserved to make best possible use of every bit of food. Synagogues, community houses, cooperative headquarters have become collection centers and centers for all kinds of Red Cross activities. Jewish farmers have Jewish Chaplains in North Africa and Sicily Confer on Arrangements for High Holy Days (Continued on Page 35) Six of the eight Jewish chaplains in North Africa and Sicily flew to Algiers on August 25 to confer on arrangements for services during the corning High Holy Days. They were welcomed Y \, P ain Roy H Parker Senior Chaplain of the North African Theatre. Large, public eervices for all military personnel will be held in the following places by the above Jewish chaplains: (from the left) Samuel Teitelbaum, (Sicily), Meyer Berman of the British Army (Algiers), Jacob J. Honig (Bizerte), Senior Chaplain Roy Parker, Emanuel Honig (Oran), Earl Stone (Sicily) and Samuel Kaufman (Casablanca). Chaplain Louis Werfel, the "flying Rabbi" attached to the 12lh Air Force attended the conference but was not included in the picture. He will conduct services in Tunis, while Chaplain* Henry Tavel and Irving Tepper, who were unable to be present, will hold services in Kairouan and Sicily respectively. Other service* with lay readers will be held at Bougie, Sousae, Bone, Phillippeville and Constantine. The Jewish Welfare Board has sent to the Jewish chaplains in the North African Theatre 3,000 machzorim with English translations, 20,000 Rosh Hashanah greeting cards and 10,000 calendars for 5704. To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler M ,-h All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aptc Isnd Son* Marvin and Stuart I Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack August and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mri, Michael Arnold of Coral Gablei W ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR >r. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitx and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mra. Leonard Brr Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs, Frank Becker and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank and Family 321 Di Lido Island Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg >nd Daughter Charlotte Wish .All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR |Mr. and Mr*. Josepk Z. Bouchter Wish All Their Friends HAPPY NEW YEAR B Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Clein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen and Family Miami Beack Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr.. H. M. Drewich Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Edelman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg Wish AH Their Relative? and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin and Family Wish Ail Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. A. Engler and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenaxi and Family Wish'AU Their Relative" and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg and Daughter Geralyn Dee Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel Daughter Natalie and Son Marvin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Bernard Frishburg Wish All Their Relatives an. Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lt. and Mrs. M. C. Furman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Louis Gadon Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relative, and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Chaplain Harold H. Gordon Basic Training Center No. 4 Miami Beack Wishes the Entire Jewish Communit> A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrorn Wish All Their Relatives nnd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine and Son Louie Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleeman Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Frienda A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Click and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Margaret C. G'xick Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goldberg and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank and Son Aaron and Daughter Beatrice Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Goldbcrger 1019 4th Street, Miami Beack Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Golin and Mrs. Javin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon, and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Family Wish All Their Relatives i.nd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L. Grossberg and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker 410 N. W. 18th Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mra. Samuel N. Halpert Family, and Son Stanton Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY' NEW YEAR • •



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•'. PAGE THIRTY-FOUR +Jmlslirk>rid**ii OCTOBER WAR SERVICE PROGRAM PRODUCES GOOD WtLL INACTIOH (UPPER I.EFT,-c om and Chrutmas rtt trooP. in Ala ska are ta by B n w BTi-.h Women 7' Hubb.rd. Glacier Prie them to the Far North in Tl holiday distribution. (UPPER RIGIID-Re, •tives of Catholics, Jew,, ', •nu and Negroes pmici J1 dedication of B n ,i 7' equipped recreation room f? Army to underscore the fwg these facilities are f or men Jj faith, and races and colon. (LOWER LfcFT>_AU make possible S,.d er f 0r L aervicemen. This Passer 2 ance at Lawton, Okla wTi j" a Methodist Church,^ help of Catholic, MMO^T 1 can Legion. Y. W. C A. „^ iah townspeople, with the providing the funds and ma (LOWER RIGHT) Servicemen's Center furaUhdj B'nai B'rith as part of it, al war servjce prop- m ( "•"• *od will in action. Qfl 500 recreation facilities f, armed forces equipped by ft B'rith more than 20 have btttl th use of colored troops. To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year H H Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. L. J. Harts Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Louis Heiinan and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Maa Hoffman Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr.. M. J. Kop.lowit. and Daughter Joy Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Frad Jon.i and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. a.d Mr.. C. S. Jamie** and Family Wish All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Aaron Kannar and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Leon Kaplan and Daughter. Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr. H. L Kaufman and So. Cpl. Marri* Wiah All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Sam Karat*** aad Daughter Gloria Wish All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Harry Koratxky and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Mo.e. Kriegor and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY .NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. A. Kronanfeld and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Mas Knpfar.toin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Hymaa Laib.on aad Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. I.idor Ltnr.tr aad Family Wiah All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Donald LaVigao and San aad Daughter. Wiah All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr*. Loui. Lavilt and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Lao* Liobormaa Wishes All His Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. nad Mr*. Jo..ph M. l.ipton aad Family Wish All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. aad Mr*. Sam Liptoa Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Jacob Luria 844 J.ff.r.on AT*., Miami B.acK Wi 3 h All Our Neighbors. Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Sam Laky Betty Arlano. Sam, Jr., Cko.tar J Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. and Mrs. Maa Mint.. r aad Family Wish All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. ..d Mrs. Stanley C. Myor* and Family Wiah All Their Relative, and Friend* A HAPPY NEW YEAR N Mr. aad Mr*. S. H. Lataky aad SOB* Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. Murray Maacklar Extends Best Wishes For A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Jo. M.cklow Wishes All His Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. aad Mr*. Bonjamin Mayer* Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Jack Millar and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Lo.i. MilUr Wish All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. a.d Mr*. Sam B Millar and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Sam Miller Itlft S. W. 17th St. Wish All Their Relative, and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr*. Froda Newman aad Son. Edward T. and Arnold A. Wish All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Karri, and Family Wiah All Their Relative, iti' Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAI Mr. and Mrs. I. I, and Family Wish All Their Relative, sal Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. aad Mr.. 1. RichUoJ< Wish All Their Re ativea a*!] Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAE Mr. aad Mr*. Harry Olipkant and Son Wi,h All Their Relatives and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr.. Ida Oplner nad Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friend* A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. MOM, Fall** aad Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. A and Family Wish All Their Relatives u* Friends A HAPPY NEW YEA1 Mr. and Mrs. Philip and Child Wish All Their Relative) at. Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEA1 Mr. and Mr*. Joseph lea aad Family Wish All Their Relatival u* Friend* A HAPPY NEW YEAI Mr. aad Mrs. A. Pepper aad Family Wi,h All Their Relatives and Friend* A HAPPY,NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Morri* Peppor and Family Wish All Their Relative, end Friend* A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  "*• Man aUptmaort aad Family Wish All Their Relative, and Friend, A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1*" aad Family Wiah All Their Relatives Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAI Mr. aad Mrs. Charles Rotes!** and Family With All Their Relaurei — Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAI Mr. and Mrs. L BeeeniW*" and Son Eddie Wish All Their Relati* > Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAI Mr. and Mr.. Allr.d B. **"* Wish All Their Relatives •" Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAI_ Mr. and Mrs. Mas end Sen. Ire* MS 1*" M\ Wish All Their RsW "J Friends A HAPPY NEW Yrtt



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)BER I. 1943 +Misl>rkr/(J*>r l PAGE THIRTY-FIY* nsb Farmers [re Soldiers On The food front Continued from Page 33) ctcd money for Hanukah and Bfnas presents for soldiers sailors. Through the columns The Jewish Farmer," at group kink's, at farm gatherings, at fidual visits, every phase and ct of war service has been lorted. far bond drives have been outding. *A .typical instance is I of the small Jewish farm comJity of Bound Brook, N. J. Eh recently celebrated attain. of its goal of $25,000 worth nds and stamps, and received nendation from the United Treasury Department. Efferent in no way is the Jewtfarmer from other American jiers, whatever their religion. Is notable only in that he dis\es what had become an al. axiomatic statement—Jews ^ot farm. The myth is exed. the contrary it took nearly Millennia to make the drastic Ige from rural to urban dwellI From farmers to city folk, a people working the land fashioning the simple tools in agricultural society to a ersed people overwhelmingly petty tradesmen, professional workers and a footless proletariat. It took wars to devastate Palestine and bring about by forced migrations a scattering of the tribes all over the known world. It took religious prescription to set these people apart for centuries; to make their possession of the land impractical and later illegal. It took 2,000 years of denial, persecution, legal restriction and religious hostility to convert a people of farmers into a people of middlemen. It is therefore notable-that from the earliest period of American history Jews engaged in agriculture. Abraham de Lyon, a Jew brought the vine and silk cultures from Portugal to Georgia. Also in the South, Jews were engaged in the production of indigo, rice, corn, tobacco and cotton. There were not more than 3,000 Jews in the whole United States when Mordecai Manuel Noah in 1820 announced his plan to establish a Jewish agricultural colony on Grand Island in the Niagara River—a plan which progressed no further than purchase of the land. The first concerted effort to found a Jewish farm colony came in 1837 in Sholem in New York State. It failed, but it was followed by many others, which, tho.ugh they too failed, left the seeds of their ambition within its people and pointed the turning to agriculture which has become so HISTORIC PITTSBURGH CONFERENCE CONVENED BY B'NAI B'RITH This is a general view of the opening session of the Pittsburgh Conference of national Jewish membership organizations, convened by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, and out of which came the American Jewish Conference. marked since the beginning of the century. It is indeed deeply significant that a' Jewish farm class has been built up within a comparatively short span of years. They have hewn for themselves a life on the soil, and they are growing in numbers, prepared in times of war as in times of peace to make their fullest contribution to the basic economy of this blessed land of hope and opportunity. This year the Jewish farmer faces the New Year—prepared as before in this great struggle to give of himself and of his substance. And this year in prayer from a full heart he will ask, "God grant the world be right again next year and our sons and daughters be with us home again. God grant that I may do my duty and my share as a citizen and a man. God bless this land America and bring it peace. PALESTINE FACTS In the first four years of the war, 24 new agricultural colonies were established in Eretz Israel, and of these 22 were founded on the land acquired by the Jewish National Fund. The new settlements which bring up the total of J. N. F. colonies to 166, are located in all parts or the land which in the Bible has been described as stretching "From Dan to Beersheba." b All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal and Family 1502 N. E. 1st AT*. Fish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Jennie Rotfort fishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver 984 S. W. 4th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Both and Family pish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Nathan Rothberg and Son, Martin Paul Fish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ethel Rothlein nd Sons, Robert and Harold Fish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR r. and Mrs. Abe Rubin and Family Fish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR r. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family 1923 S. W. 13th St. Pish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR |M r. and Mrs. M. 8. Rabin 2420 Flamingo Drive Miami Beach ^'ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR pand Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and the Boys Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer and Family 'h AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg and Family 2528 S. W. 19th Street Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwarts and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwarts and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silver-man and daughter Miriam Patricia Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mri. Bernard Simon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Slmonhoff Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Jean Seitlin Her Son, Emannel and Daughter, Shirley Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Israel Sbapoff and Family Wish All Their Relative? and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Max R. SUver Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mr. and Mr*. Louia Weinkle Wish All Their Relatives and A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wepman and *on*, Dtnni, and Warren Wish All Their Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin and Wayne Tobin Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Touby and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokaloff 1898 S. W. 4th Avenue Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. S. J. Spector Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Bernard A. I I—B a g and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin and daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lt. CoL and Mrs. EIry Stone Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Marilyn and Samuel Tunick Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR u Mrs. Taube Udell Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR w Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mn. J. Wei.. 639 West Avenue, Miami Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Paul Weitim.n Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mr*. Philip Wein.tein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Carl Weinkle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Jule* Wilton and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr*. Nat L. William* and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. D. C. WiHner and Son Arthur Wish AH Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and Mr*. 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PAGE THIRTY SIX +-JenU*tk>rkl**r A NEW YEAR MESSAGE from the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami AVIGDOR GOLDEN NOVELIST AND POET ThOra.R Miami Rawttin.cal Association USa |] 0 f us 0 n this great New t> ramaaud o! the aairllu*! leaders of the l ... j _j %  ., of wh, P tf tat, .r. im m.b. pear in this greatest tragedy and •mo mciu4 ot Jacob H Kmpun. lunoi erea ter hope, resolve to conduct Mai 3Ha;Mr. RaM Moaaa Maacteclaff Rabwl %  tl Maehtn Riboi Simon April and RiS; Brtma Lehman our religious, our ethical, our social life in such wise as ro make "Comfort ye, comfort ye my the name JEW the most honored. eeo ( >!e. saith your God." |*hs most respected, the most reliNo Jew and no friend of the'giously conscientious name in the lews, MO matter how great and' whole framework of human life. Sympathetic he may be. has the >,| av ne i -or( bless you and power or the eloquence or the k vou wisdom to find words adequately ,,,,,. te comfort Israel today; only God M > th **** H '< ""< can comfort us and teach us the MCI shine upon you and be way of life gracious unto you. And so in the name of God. ac-l Mtv thp Lord | ift up His Mptiat whatever He sends a. in, countenince on vou „, d ive humility and faith in His fatherly; r %  leve, de>p and mysterious tbol y u %  Isr "> nd "' children of ft I*, we call to you. our brothers: God. peace; peace in your heart. "Contort ye. comfort ye my; peace in your mind, peace to our | people, saith your God." country, peace among all the' The religious Jew. the ethically, t i _.n .k. peoples of the eartn. Amen conscientious Jew. knows well the. spiritual mea.iing and importance! of the Rosh Hashona. the New Tear. There are many of us who, fee! their Jewishness only on Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. To them, and to all of us. we want ', to call to mind what Israel B. Ra;>poport so aptly puts, that •very individual Jew '"has a. legitimate claim upon the group! to help him become the kind of I person who will bear the name I J* • with dignity and grace." Let NEW YEAR GREETINGS Inoquois China Onetda Silver Bramlett Equipment and Supply Co. Hair: RwiUurant tnd SJ Fountain Equipment MMCI T. nn\Mlir M •> i rim *•• r •••: A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR 111 T NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY %  no) ASSOCIATES Dr. Charles Beckwirt OPTOMETRIST In Miami Over 25 Years .to N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-73*8 How odeo do you check your million dollar •?•>' Ma>be rout iluw ire not finna) you laUafac'.x? aerrlew Let ut Tind what 1B wrong Consult Dr Beck* w.in rinifht apwciauai Lakora'.orr on pramiitt MR. and MRS. JULIUS DAMENSTEIN AND DAUGHTER !• With for All Their Fri.nd. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR WISHING ALL OF OUR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLDRITT ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. AND SUBSIDIARY HURRICANE FAN CO. 237 N. W. Second Awe. PHONE 2-6147 GREETINGS FROM JACK FISHMAN MANAGER Nathan StrausDuparquet, Inc. 11M V E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA MR. AND MRS. L SH.VERMAN and the SILVER PAINT COMPANY Wish for All Their Patrons and Friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISH ES for a HAPPY i nd PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T NELSON'S DEPARTMENT STORES MIAMI BEACH \TW YEAR GREETINGS %  f KEEN SIGHT Hl-at-M Srybold Bids PHONES • 7 1 I T C • I SEASONS GREETING Automobile and Home Radio Repair Bu> and Sell Ised Radios Complete Line FARM BATTERY SETS Brinj in for Free Fotimate TRAIL PONTIAC I35 S. W. Sth Street PHONE 2-2113 Avigdor Golden local resident of many years has a record of prolific writing in the Jewish world. His works have appeared innum. erable times in papers throughout i this country and in Canada. He is the recipient of hundreds of letters each year from colleagues in the literary world and from readers of the numerous publications in which his material appears. Two of these are reprinted below. New York My dear friend and Colleague Golden: My thanks for your sending me copies of your two sketches. I have previously told you that you | are a natural narrator and also' that your writings and lyrics are celestial. Perhaps I will write about you' and your work in my column in ; the Morning Journal With the best of wishes. I am I. Tolush Dear Friend Oolden: Yesterday I forwarded your magazine In which were printed your worthy articles. I had much satisfaction and OCTOBER received readinHoTT'l sured success. I am .. "* and devoted fS^" Rabbi Uaac j GREET 'Hi TAMlAMlJ CYCLE CO 1561 VV. Eighth 8N NEW YEAR GREETKttl Te My Man, J ewi h r r £ and Patroni H. C. Wikox Garagel Eh. J-9166. 2901 N.W.tJd AVIGDOR GOLDEN enjoyable spiritual moments when I read them. There Is no doubt that you are a talented and gifted writer and a narrator of ability and a born journalist. You must write more and oftener. Be steadfast and let nothing deter you. 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loBER I. 19* 3 Jews Of Italy itinued from Page 28) not reality. National pride fjiot require this delirium of I Anti-Semitism does not exist By. The commandant of SarGeneral Modena is a Jew: ler general in the artillery lew." If ew years later however, \o who had been laughing at as an imitator began to get ssingly chummy with Shickber. The launching of MusI Ethiopian campaign jthrned,this bond and when jlini began dreaming dreams snquest of Arab lands, the bility of the exploitation of Semitism as a means to atthc Arabs, further strengthhia leaning to follow Hitler he anti-Jewish issue. August 3, 193", it was an,ccd that Jews were to be ped as teachers in all schools [subsequently Jewish children denied admission to Italian DIS. Signor Salem, the Jewish or of Trieste was forced to n. Theodore Mayer, editor of ading paper in TrJest, was >d out. Italians began to be bhed for dealing with Jews hnisllkridHkUti PAGE THIRTY SEVEN and Jews were forced out of employment. Little by little, every Nazi anti-Jewish measure was duplicated in Italy. Mussolini after one conference with Hitler called his chief of police and demanded that Jews be required to wear yellow Mogen Davids for identification. The Rome police chief is said to have persuaded Mussolini against this, on the ground that it would arouse the displeasure of the Pope! Certainly, it would have aroused the displeasure of the Italian people who showed little sympathy for his anti-Jewish measures and even Mussolini apparently had his penitent moments at least when expediency dictated it. When the British raiders damaged his best battleships, the Julius Caesar and Conte Cavour, Mussolini called upon the Jewish Admiral, Urnberto Pugliesi, to attempt to save them. Pugliesi. who designed practically every vessel in the Italian fleet, succeeded in saving them. The royal house of Savoy, however unsatisfactory as it may be as far as the United Nations is concerned, always maintained an attitude of complete friendliness to the Jews. Victor Emmanuel was wont to frequently recount the story of Theodor Herzl'a visit to him. Herzl's personality made a strong impression on the King. The King's friendship for David Lubin was equally pronounced. The line must be drawn ever more strongly between the Italian people and Mussolini as regards the treatment of the Jews. The racial laws which finally seduced Mussolini were never popular with the Italians. This was evidenced by the large numbers of Jews from A HAPPY NEW VEAR THE BLUE DERBY On the Trail at 7th Avenue PHONE-2-9315 Dining Room, Counter and Curb Service FULL COURSE DINNER BLUE PLATE Yugoslavia and other Nazi satellite countries who fled to Italy for its greater relative safety. The ousting of Mussolini was followed by the announcement by the new Badoglio government, cancelling the racial laws. It was reported that Jews ousted from their positions because of the racial laws, were being recalled to their posts. This was particularly true of the Army and Navy. MY MANY WISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR FREDA. KOENIC IUL'S BOAT SUPPLY PHONE 2-7641 260 S. W. Sixth Street To All My Friend* and Acquaintances A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN FALKENBERC District Manager American Express NEW YEAR GREETINGS WM. B. LaBAW ACCOUNTANT Commercial Arcade Sincere New Year Greetings LEONARD T. WILSON WILSON ROOFINC CO. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE Any Kind or Type Roofing Applied or Repaired 1690 Alton Road Phone 5-3063 DR. W. H. ELLIS 1100 N E. 1st Ae % %  ami. Fla. Phone 3-3453 SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR IINNIEMcWHORTER BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR iji FRED R. (FRITZI HOGARTH NEW YEAR GREETINGS Dade Typewriter Co. 198 N. E. 2nd Ave.—On the Corner Woodstock Typewriters Adding Machines I'ntals Repairs Supplies ALL MAKES PHONE 3-5335 NEW YEAR GREETINGS G J G IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL C. & C. GIFT SHOP "GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS" 217?i N. E. First Avenue Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons WHITE BELT DAIRY N. W. 32nd Ave. Ph. 7-2411 Among the naval officers recalled were Admiral Ascoli, who had in charge the Italian fleet in the Aegean Sea and Admiral Umberto Ogliese, who, as before mentioned, is famous as the designer of the Italian fleet. SEASON'S GREETINGS TARADASH PROPERTIES, INC. 927 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA NEW YEAR GREETINCS HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE CO. 332 West Flagler Street GREETINGS CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MARKET ALWAYS FRESH FISH PROMPT DELIVERY 2321 S. W. 17th Ayr, PHONE 4-9392 NEW YEAR GREETINGS LEON'S BAKERY 2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES, FLA. Phone 4-5166 NEW YEAR GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2131 N. 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W.—AL—LEON GREEN BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOUIS YOUR HAIRDRESSER 231 Halcyon Arcade No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA Phone 2-1853 BEST WISHES TO UX FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. and MRS. JOSEPH A. BERMAN CAROL EDDA g DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON and THE SPINOZA FORUM Miami Beach. Florida WISH FOR ALL JEWRY A HAPPIER NEW YEAR HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. S. MEYERS l iclwilv" Representative ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITERS l-S V T. FIBST STREET Hfrl(—BcaUli Mcrrim THE SISTERHOOD of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS MRS. ISIDOR NEWMAN, President • J I THE OFFICERS of District Grand lodge No. 5 B'NAI S'RITH EXTENDS TO ITS MEMBERS FRIENDS AND JEWRY AT LARGE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA CORDIAL GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR :



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% <— "* %  +! I— -^. >. &f n .e> •" PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT • UtaNM JMlM JEWISH YEAR IN WASHINGTON By CARL HARTMAN (Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) During the past year, the first full year that the United States has spent at war, Washington emerged clearly as the city where the future of the world, and of world Jewry, is being determined. Our debatable handling of the ••Jewish problem" in North Africa •roused some fear of what our futuro policy might be, but this doubt was at least partly overcome when the Allied Military Government of Occupied Territory forthrightly revoked all antiJewish legislation in Sicily. This • was regarded as a precedent for future occupations by Britain and the United States. Our deal with Admiral Jean Parian in North Africa for a considerable time left discriminatory laws there almost as oppri as they were under the Nazis on Nov. 17, 10 days after our landings. President Roosevelt told the world that he had asked the abrogation in North Africa of all laws stemming from Nazi ideology, t'nder this pressure some reforms wire instituted, but it was not until March 14, almost three months' after Darlan's assassination, that Gen. Henri Giraud announced the revocation of antiJewish laws. With one exception, in 1871, I' e Cremicux decree had conferred citizenship on all native Jews in Algeria. Vichy revoked this degree, Giraud, too, declared the Cremieux decree abrogated. Consul General Robert Murphy, the State Department's chief representative in North Africa, Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles and most recently, Secretary of State Cordell Hull himself defended Giraud's decision on grounds of expediency. Gen. Charles de Gaulle, leader of the Fighting French, attacked the procedure as illegal and as his power waxed in North Africa toward the end of the year, it appeared that the Cremieux decree might soon be restored. A joint British, French and American committee worked in North Africa to release persons interned there for political reason*—many of them Jewish refugees. By June 15, the State Department was able to announce that they had all been set free. The problem of refugees in Europe received considerable attention in Washington, following mass meeting and other popular pressures in both this country and Great Britain. An Anglo-American refugee conference was held in Bermuda, where many newspapermen and all organizations interested in helping refugees found it impossible to follow because of transportation difficulties. Facilities for coverage were furnished to the Associated Press, the United Press, International News Service and the Overseas News Agency, while Welles pointed out to President Philip Murray of the C.I.O. that all organizations were welcome to submit memoranda. Chairman Sol Bloom of the HAPPY NEW YEAR DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N. W. Seventh Avenue Phone 3-S#7 J. B. 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}ER 119 >.JtnislIk, viva Jewish Year In Washington Ltinued from Page 38) Inding of 70,000 Jews to Nations territory, for a | $200 a head. Zionist leadere. including Dr. Chaim nn, sought to have the [accepted, confident that ould easily raise the ne*?sinds, but somehow the deal were ever actually pro-fell through. One later I said the Nazis had executed (,000. perpetrators of these atroceemed destined for punishThe United Nations Issued warnings that the most |c evidence was being colagainst them, and Presiloosevelt promised that they stand trial in the very ties where they committed misdeeds. He appointed rt C. Pell, former minister mgary and Portugal, the can representative on the Nations Commission for IvestigfttiOD of War Crimes, wont to work in London. Bo warned neutral countries lited Nations' displeasure if should offer asylum to war pals as political refugees. Appeared that little could be | to relieve the hardships of indcr the Nazi yoke until REASON'S GREETINGS I. W. WILLIAMS IRVICE STATION Atlantic Product* Complete Serrice 668 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-9189 the United "Nations actually occupied more European territory —Respite the success of the experiment in Greece, where both belligerents a Hawed food from Canada and the UniUd States \o be distributed by the International Red Cross. In preparation for the future, Britain, Russia, China and the United States agreed on a plan for a United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration to carry on throughout the world the work that former Governor Herbert Lehman's Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations began so well in North Africa. A conference was tentatively scheduled for early next year, when the other United Nations should have added their agreement. Refugees who succeeded in reaching our shores fared somewhat better than they had, although it was still as difficult as ever to gain admittance. It was pointed out that fewer than 40 per cent of the immigrants admissible under the present quota system had received visas NEW YEAH GREETINGS $ DAN CHAPPEL DR. and MRS. JOS. B. MARGOLIS and Daughter ISADORA and Son STEVEN Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. and MRS. A. E. ROSENTHAL Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR SEASON'S GREETINGS THE GARDEN "The Home of Delicious Food" LUNCHES • DINNERS 2235 TAMIAMI TRAIL Pu"i 3 an( i 5 Stop at Oar Doer Phone 4-315S An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BABY DI-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY We Supply Diapers or Launder Your Own for at Low as $1.00 Per Week M2 S. W. 22nd Are. PHONE 4-5515 TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR P. RICHARDSON Insulation Firebrick • Tanks Traps and Regulators 1 Mendosa Ayenui Phono 4-2201 Wholesale: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street Phone 3-4860 I TO ALL—A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES FERTILIZER 3 South Miami Avenue %  • 0 M1 since 1933. However, new Justice Department regualtions made it possible for some classes of refugees to take jobs without the special individual approval formerly required. Aliens in the armed forces stationed outside the United States received their citizenship papers by simple executive action instead of a complicated court process. Naturalized citizens, threatened with loss of their rights when war conditions made it impossible to return occasionally to the United States, had their citizenship protected by two new laws. These and other measures to lighten harsh immigration and naturalization laws were fought by a determined Congressional group, whose most valuble spokesman was Rep. John Rankin, Mississippi Democrat. The elections of 1942 changed somewhat the personnel of the Jewish members of the House of A HAPPY NEW YEAR GOTTFRIED'S MARKET Purveyors of Quality Food 216 71tt Street Miami Beach PHONE 6-1072 ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES, Inc. EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THEIR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MR. and MRS. H. L. GREENE and the CAPITOL DRESS SHOP 244 North Miami Arenue 100 East Flasler Street EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2 17 BAR Extends Seaion's Greeting* To It* Many Friend* 217 STH STREET MIAMI BEACH PAGE THIRTY-NINE BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HOGARTH and Son WILLIAM We Wish to Extend Our Best Wishes for the NEW YEAR To Our Many Good Friends HOTEL EVANS Miami Beach, Florida Same Management SEA GULL POOL AND CABANA CLUB Representatives, who usually fought In behalf of immigration measures. Like the 77th, the 78th Senate, contained no Jews, but of the seven in the House, five were reelected and two defeated. There was one Jewish newcomer in the person of Rep. Daniel Ellison, Maryland Republican, the first G.O.P. congressman from his state in many years. It was one of the reelected representatives, Emanuel Celler of New York, who got from SecMR. and MRS. MORTON FAGAN and daughter SUNSHINE ef the PALATIAL KOSHER RESTAURANT 265 N. E. Second Street Now In the service of the Army Extend to All Their Friends and Patrons Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR retary of War Henry L. Stimson a promise to investigate the presence of the army's School of Military Government of Maj. Michael Grazynski, a former governor of Polish Silosia with a long anti-Jewish record. Stimson assured Celler that Grazynski would (Continued on Page 40) NEW YEAR GREETINGS from S. E. SCHWARTZ fir CO. Real Estate 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH PHONE S-S801 %  V • %  """" PALMER FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL A Deserving tribute to Miami's Jewry "Exclusively Jewish Owned and Operated" 2008 W. FLAGLER ST. 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PAGE FORTY Jen /*/> ncrkknn The Jewish Year In Washington (Continued from Paire 39) or creed. Two Jews, Samuel] Zemin-ray for management andj Boris Shishkin for labor, took' seats on the strengthened com-: mittee. A Year Of Peace By RABBI L. LEHRER Key West. Florida Once more Israel will gather to•aver administer any territory! Zionists fought through a busyjgether in the Synagogue on the under American control. year that saw the establishment j ****** d *y ot New Years • I"" 1 d *V __ _. .:„,,. .• <' was given to us by divine cornTwo men 0 f the type who SOI-lfa Washington of an office of mandment tnd its deeper mMn fered under Grazynski were the Jewish Agency. under Dr. mg may transcend the underexecuted during the year, not by Nahum Goldman, as well as restanding of mortal man. HowPoles but bv the Soviet governpeated conferences among Dr. ever, our sages in interpreting the ;. Woiiminn svnhpn A Wise and meaning of the Torah call the enwent, according to a letter from weizmann, atepnen A. wise anu „.„_ .,... ._, v ., r r% v high officials of the administration. Ambassador Maxim Litvinoff to President William Green of the resenUliv es pledged continued American Federation of Ubor. supporl t0 the "declared and traThey were Victor Alter and i dilionm i policy of the United Henryk Erhch, internationally %  Stat „ t0 favor the restoration of Six Senators and Iff rep# Buy war bonds—the key t0 victory. known leaders ot tne Jewish | the Jewish Nttiona i Home in! Secialist Party in Poland. The; Pa | estint •• The Committee for! Soviets shot them in December I Jewish Arm> obuine d Sen. Ed-. 1911. Litvinoff's belated report, wjn <• Johnson Colorado Demo-] %  aui, for allegedly spreading pro-| c r ,. M cn ,j rm n l0 succeedpaganda among Soviet troops forj p ierre van p aa „ en So vigorous! a separate peace with Germany. I wore lh entire j ewUh ^ H% SS'ar'-.S!,Hve. upon Israel mankind. tod the *HI i s SINCERE WISHES HAPPY %  •••I a NEW YEAR TEDDY SAKOWITZ SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR CHAS. E. BLAIR AND FAMILY SINCERE WISHES for \ HAPPY NEW YEAR SARAH SHOCHET ( UK AGO HI. LEO LIRBE EDDIE MURIEL BERLE A XL RO D Extend a Moat HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Friends And Relatives T HAPPY NEW YEAR If MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 122 N. E. 11th Street Distributors for SCHLITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR KENHOLZ'S STRICTLY KOSHER MEATAND POULTRY MARKET 1041 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-3992 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE SEASON'S BEST WISHES National Produce Co., Inc. tlM N. VV. 13th Are. PHONE 3-siii i SEAS0N S "EET,*,] %  CEORCE BER NA J Poilal Bid,. 1iL NEW YEAR GREETINGS Florida Dental Laboratories i American Bank Building PHONE 9-2073 GR E E T I N G | RED T0BCAB4 BAGGAGE CO. j 7-PASSENGEESEDMil Bsggage Checked j Destination SW. Jr. STIQT | Miami PboM Mm Miami Beach Ph H ii9 \ A MOST HAPPT NEW YEAR TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE CAPT. JAMES E. SCOTT TO Ol R MANY FRIENDS WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK R. PARKER Distributor "Tom's Toasted Peanuts" Candies and Peanut Butter Sandwiches JEWELS SILVB WORK OF ART FURNITURE ANTIQUES AND CURIOS INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1101 LINCOLN ROAD A. SCHORR. Representative BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025 RESIDENCE PHONE M A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. L MARCUS CO. OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE Prompt Delivery Lowest Prices 41 West Flagler St. PHONE 9-1661 •i* HAPPY NEW YEAR to our many Jewish Friends S. H. KRESS &C0. 5-10-25c STORE 1201 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. A MOST II Xl'iy NEW YEAR PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF COFFEE AND TEAS 507 Norlhw.it Miaaai Court PHONE 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR Isn't it great NEW YEAR CREETINCS NORTH BEACH HOTEL and APARTMENTS 2so 20ta Stoeai Pbo.t Hi MIAMI BEACH 34 N TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATKON'S A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR CLARK & LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS E. 11 Ik Str.,t an American! CALL 3-6601 mmmm ROUTES AND CONVENIENT STORES EVERYWHERE


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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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October 1, 1943

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER l. 1943

SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
PERSONALS
Mrs Dave C Wi'Jner is \.?.:-
ing :r. New Y. rk :y and
\*..; return it. trree weeks.
PERSONALS
Mr Alexander F. Miller, di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
Leajrue. has been joined here by
his wife P and children.
Susan and WilBam The Millers
are a: home at 1S50 CoDfan Ave
Mrs Bermee Greer.r.rir. and
ssor. have returned :c tr.e at?
fr Philadelphia
Mr and Mrs M M Miller are
home after spending some time
ir. New York and Philadelphia.
Mr. Murray Maschler returned
DC in the
North far three weeks.
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Mrs Allan Abess ;: : !>:>: Mich-
igan Ave.. Miam; Beach, retum-
BM a twv-r--;r:r. vacation
at her summer home m Cecar-
*- L L Sunday Allan, jr..
as* Sunday far Georgia Mil-
itary CoDefe. Miuedger^e. Ga
Miss Butt Miller will return
y Sunday. Oct. 3rd. from
Was* D C She viB re-
- r.er parents. Mr. and1
Mrs Sarr. B Miller, at >: S W
4tt Scree*.
'sympathy for jews is
expressed by simon
London (Jewish aspirations and sufferings
was expressed here this week by
Viscount Sirr.cr.. L. rd Chancellor.
I addressing a meeting at which
ha wife. Lacy Simon, was pre-
-. a certificate attest-
ing tnat her name r.<.- been in-
scribed in the Jewish National
Fund*! Golden Book in Jerusa-
lem.
"I am roused to the heights of
indignation at reading the cruel-
ties of the Nazi L-lacke-iards
against the Jewish people.'- Vis-
count Sam sa.2 I dob
witt real sympathy for the aspi-
rations far which you stand. I
: \lsc ran a sTr.a.'. race
I the Welsh and I. too. reflect
I how much the Welsh people had
tc fighi for their ngr.ts ar.d flow
men can be done by a na:.
[spirit determined to protect tr.t
members ::' its race "
DEO
ASS!
STIFF
START
JEWISH CHAPLAIN JOINS
STAFT OF JAX NAVY BASE
Mrs R Deris Jr.:rig; 1.1 is
neadmg (he Hobdays ir. Miami
with her daughter Mrs Myron
III 1 ii II
WEDDINGS
Miss y_r.-. K.r.i. -.-_-:-.: .:
M- and Mrs Beanard Km* .:
New Y.irk herar.-* tJM
Set Levm CSA
son :: Reuben Le a .. N
W ".-.- S: and .--. faM Mrs
Levin r Hew York Friday ift-
errv. C
M L Oawer- r;:_rned to the
. .t> ^.-: Monday
Mrs Ph.lip Berk;-.- renamed
I '; .::.: acatx rung
Cnrnhwai ani the Mortt for
:-: an; nnr half monthi
UNVEILING
!
ase .
: .ae-cr:-.
. or u enter-
ed faroa H-. d
: 1..
Xfac wnddaaf ;: Mam Roberta
Lee Gotten daughter at Mx ir.;
Mrs ABYed Patten of SS? IStt
St Man Beach Lanm Ern-
est Ross VSA >:r. :: !>'.- and
Mil Fill mm Pan] : New Hav-
en C r.r. took pia Last week
a; the haaaa .:' the tnradk iku'i
uncle and aur.i Mr and Mrs Har-
oid G : : 455 S W lfth
Road
The oouple will reside in Mi-
ami Beach while Lieut Paari
stationed there Ku tne arrr.v
ordnance corps
: -. :
Buster Rifas wiB
Sundaj Dot fad i.
0jm Jewuc Section woodarwn
Cea ea rj Fir:. ::**:: H
Rackoesky v.... officiate wit*. -.--.
-
-..-.: Co
an aaked it be present
"--:e Louis B Brocskv of New
":.--. n it the YeraaiUes hotel
fa* i- mdefmiw Ray Ke wfl]
mbered partacularty for;
:ase called" the
Bt .en moder.t" whirr. :>r^-_rred
:r. New York in 1935 and which
-e-; AdoJ Hitler :: adopt the
swastika as the emblem for Ger-
many at tne Nuremourg
that year
Lt. Jacob K. Shankman. USNR.
M Jewisr. dupamin -.c be
'assignee : ttl Jacksonville Na-
, \"al Air Station Before joining
the Navy. Lt Shankman seiA-ed
as Rabbi at s>magorjes in Troy
and New Rochel.e. N Y.
Ufai Tr.eresa Cohen 2220 S W.
Ter i.- installed as new
: .: -r.-Srii sororitj h:
i.~. .nfcrma. d.nner and installa-
I ton, re re.; r.;. beld it the home
:'. Miss Geraidine Siepian. 1336
S W Mtt street Other new of-
are Miss Nonna Haas, vice
::--.-.der.t. Miss Er.id SiJvem. re-
tnc secretarj. Miss Lu
I>a\is. corresponding secretary.
Miss Geraidine Siepian. treasur-
er: Miss 3aoer>e Wolfe, sergeant-
at-arrr.5 laaai Syr;: Saphm. rash
captain; Miss Munel Gerstcm.
auditor.
Red Cross staff assistants start
a new service soon when they
will man an information booth at
Miami Beach Redistribution
ter at the request of the
army
Mrs Stanley Myers, chairman.
is casing a meeting of the entire
corps on Saturday afternoon at 2 I
o'clock. Red Cross headquarters.
507 N E First Ave. This will be
:.rs: fall meeting of the corps
and a general discussion of all
corps services will be held
A full agenda has been planned
meeting, including certif-
icates to be awarded to members
who completed their training
course several weeks ago. Stripes
:-.- ::-.f 1 jrear*l service will be
presented to all eligible mem-
bers.
With 150 active members al-
ready serving rr.ar.y hours a week
ass.sting all Red Cross ser-
vices. Mrs Myers is anxious to
doubl-: thai number m order to
::-.:> take care of the
increasing lead of work. A new
me for staff assistants anil
start N \ember 1 at headquart-
ers and those interested should
serd name and address to Mrs
Myers at 507 N E First Avenue.
There is a special need for tele-
phone operators, expert stenog-
raphers and file clerks.
CLEVELAND TEMPLE To
jBUY HOSPITAL PLAn^
Cleveland (JTA) T-r cono
I regation of the The Terrr>;* k^5"
1 which is headed by Dr Abba S?'
lei Silver, has been n^ft
government authorities that
fleet of a hoS?^ P2n bUr'
ing thename of The Temple ^n
be purchased with the J2SwinX
derived from the sale t ^
bonds by the enanueaation aS
inception of the War Cm Drn?
The Temple has announeM
that it expects to sell -i- ?*
tional $500,000 worth of bt
before the drive ends Mrs D?
vid Kyman. chairman of tne enL
agogues bond committee. Droad"
cast this week over station WHK
as a reward for bernc ^an-S
Cleveland's "Woman f^fi
Week" in the war loancan'.^
Buy War Savings Bonds
Buy War Bonos and Stamp* and
Insure Your Tx
MR. C. V. GALARDI
10C2 SEY*BOLD BLDG.
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
tS LOV'SC MEMORY
ef tKe> tur aaarte
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I WANT MY MILK
FLORIDA
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Greater Miami
ir.; supporters W. ._: -
cause
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ani --.-:::
prayrr.- fae fan Rede=
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MIAMI BEACH
ZIONIST
DISTRICT
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--.:;. -.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mdy Health, Happiness and
Prosperity be \ours in the
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1943
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
''** ^^*^^^^*^^* > ................... r _n_n_n_i
NATIONAL COUNCIL
With "Bring a New Member"
as the password the National
Council of Jewish Women wi
open the season's activities with
a luncheon for the general mem-
bership at the Royal Center. 300
S. E. 1st St., Miami, at 12:30 p.m.,
on Wednesday, October 6th.
Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldman, ex-
ecutive director of the Federation
will be the principal speaker at
the affair which will also include
an important business session as
part of the agenda. Another fea-
ture of the afternoon will be the
appearance of the "Defense Coun-
cil Information Battery" which
will answer questions and lead
a discussion on Dade County De-
fense. Mrs. Monte Selig, Council
president, will preside. Arrange-
ments include the luncheon com-
plete for $1.00.
Plans for a membership drive
have been made by Mrs. Nat Wil-
liams, 2nd vice-president of the
Council. In an effort to reach
prospective members, Mrs. Wil-
liams announces the following
district leaders who may be con-
_ tacted for membership: Northeast
u. .section, Mrs. Philip Weinstein,
phone 7-7280; Northwest section,
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, phone 2-
1864; Southwest section; Mrs.
William Slepian, phone 9-3170-
Miami Beach South of 15th St
Mrs Merlin C. Herzfield, phone
5-4129; Miami Beach North of
15th Street, Mrs. Leo Kupper,
phone 5-2595; Normandy Isle and
Surf side. Mrs. Ada Joseph; Coral
Gables, Mrs. Benj. Le Vine, phone
4-5783; Coconut Grove, Mrs. Jean
Seitlin.
Sincere Wishes for a Happy
New Year to my Jewish
Friends
Wiley's Dry Cleaners
113 S. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-3746
Best Wishes for
A Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
William Kesselman
410 S. W. 9th Avenue
B'nai B'rith Hillel Director
RENT-A-CAR
U-DHIVE-IT
Mercurv-Ford-Zephvr
DADE
MOTOR SALES CO.
S. A. RYAN
Oldest and Largest Dealer
PHONE 2-7144, MIAMI
222 S. E. 2nd Avenue
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY
and
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
NELSON'S
DEPARTMENT STORE
6988 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Kaplan Hall will the scene of
the Holy Day Tea on Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Oct. 4.
given by the Temple Israel Sis-
terhood. Rabbi Max Shapiro will
head the program that will for-
mally open the organization's
seasonal activity. Miss Monica
Coryeo will entertain with vocal
selections accompanied by Mrs.
Nettie Symes Morris.
BEACH ZIONIST
The regular weekly session of
the Zionist Cultural Forum will
be held at the site of the Spinoza
Forum on the lawn at 11th St.
between Collins and Ocean Drive.
A regular question and answer
period will follow, to which the
interested public is invited for
participation.
MR. and MRS. SAM SILVER
120 S E. 13th Street, Miami
wish all their relatives and
friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CANTOR
JULIUS
ROSENSTEIN
wishes for all Jewry and par-
ticularly the members and
worshipers of
CONG. OHEV SHALOM
Orlando. Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Flaqler Paint-Glass Store
Official Distributors of
A. C. HORN CO.
Paint and Waterproofing
F. H. A. Loans for
Alterations and
Improvements. No
Down Payment
36 Months to Pay I
Floor Sanding
Machines Rented
S. KAHN
Flaqler Paint-Glass Store
1741 W. Flagler St.. Ph. 3-8924
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
IF NOT SOLVED. TO
BE i OPEN SORE
London (JTA) If the Jewish
problem is not solved after the
war, it will remain an "open sore"
that will fundamentally affect
the peace of the world, Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, de-
clared this week addressing a
memorial meeting for the late
Lord Wedgwood, pro-Zionist
peer. Dr. Weizmann said that the
Zionist position was under at-
tack at present from Jewish and
non-Jewish quarters at a time
when "grave issues hang in the
balance." He paid tribute to Lord
Wedgwood as one of the few per-
sons who understood the prob-
lems of the Jewish people.
Other speakers, including Par-
liamentarians Geoffrey Mander.
Oliver Creech Jones, Eleanor
Rathbone and Lord Davies prais-
ed Lord Wedgwood's efforts on
behalf of Palestine and stressed
that the Balfour Declaration
must be implemented and the
White Paper abrogated if Brit-
ain's promises to the Jewish peo-
ple are to be kept.
SOUTH AFRICAN JEWS
VOTE TO ASSIST A. I. C.
Johannesburg, South Africa
(JTA) The South African
Board of Deputies voted this
week to collaborate actively with
the American Jewish Conference,
which recently concluded its first
session in New York, and with
other appropriate bodies over-
seas, in order to assist the Jews
in Europe and Palestine now and
after the war.
At the same time, the Board
established a special "committee
on the tragedy of European Jew-
ry" on which the Zionist Fede-
ration and several Polish Jewish
groups are represented. The
committee is expected to launch
a campaign throughout the Un-
ion to acquaint the general pop-
ulation with the situation of the
Jews in Europe.
S. H. OKONNEFF
126 S. W. 16th Ave.
Sexton of
Cong. Schaarei Zedek
wishes the Rabbi, Officers,
Members and all Jewry, a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBIS SEE HULL ON
AID TO EUROPE'S JEWS
Washington (JTA) The situ-
ation of the Jews in Europe was
discussed this week at a confer-
ence between Secretary of State
Cordell Hull and a delegation
from the Union of Orthodox Rab- !
bis of the United States and
Canada.
The delegation, which was led
by Rabbi Leo Jung of New York
City, appealed to the Secretary
to take measures to effect the
recue of a large number of rab-
binical students who were strand-
ed in Shanghai when the Japa-
nese occupied that city.
MR. AND MRS.
RUBIN FEINBERG
WISH ALL THEIR
FRIENDS IN
MIAMI BEACH
AND MIAMI
SEASON'S GREETINGS
I
PALMER
FUNERAL HOME
AND CHAPEL
Extends Sincerest Wishes
ior a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
linan raits rutrr
"A Friend in Need"
2008 W. FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 9-2664
rSjGUST BROS R^
Lf* Is the BEST.' ^
NOTABLES TO RECEIVE
JEWISH DELEGATION
London (JTA) Prominent
writers, artists, musicians, lead-
ers of the British Red Cross and
other notables have formed a
reception committee here to wel-
come Prof. Solomon Mikhoels and
Lieut-Col. Itzik Feffer, the Soviet
Jewish delegation, which is ex-
pected in England this week after
a three-month tour of the Jew-
ish communities of the United
States.
A luncheon in their honor will!
be held on Oct. 18. with novelist
H. G. Wells presiding, the com-
mittee announced.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
VENETIAN SHORTWAY SEDAN SERVICE
1133 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-3800
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 3-5491
21 N. W. 21st STREET
It is a Pleasure to Extend
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
ALL MY FRIENDS
N. P. "NEIGHBOR"
LOWREY
New Year Greetings to Our Many Friends and Patrons
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DeLuxe Dinners Steaks Chops Chicken
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Miami Home Milk Producers Association
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRY FARMERS
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK-SOUR CREAM
DRINK "HOME MILK" for your health's sake
PHONE 2-7696 LAUDERDALE 613
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1. 1943

The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Mam Offices. 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla.
P O Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Office
of Miaou. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET. Managing Editor
Subscript:
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MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1943
7ISHRI 2. 5704
VOLUME If NUMBER 40
ROSH HASHONAH
?rsh Hashonnh -js z dry or sxck-t.t'f It seems odd at
hrst thought re _se sc rcrr.rr.ercfel a iertr as swek-tokiog" in
conrtem cz with the s~zz.-vr_e zzi r~-r.:-s hie. It seems like
pr^-.~-----7 the hcy :c hnac tc :t ; rerr: sc worldly as stock -
toJrj:: ye< he "rw.se relir.cr ,s re the world azd :z: the wcrld
Jud~-.gr s esse-rurl eairh-asss 3 cc th^s Terr world we lire in.
Hcw .mpcrtn: he scpecsis :s needs ac stressing today as
we v-.ew the wcrtd .r nccey
The 'ewrsc rcccecr ices zcf _n roc* ncJre z difrerenhcrtion
berwe-rti -* $cir-.-iLZ -~d rcc-sc_-.-_-. word They are one
as : zs rudesse a rcccerrred-arc how rue this is. is also
plain -c see tcocy The rrr-rd wr_;h we see about us in the
last -lysis rocs rocr. the T-.rl-rr.cn r: the very simple ethical
pratr.ples hmhed tcvt ry Moses mi precched by the Jewish
prophets many renrur-.es err
Because ye gave net freedom :z one another behold I give
to you freedom tc the sword to pesthence to famine." said
Jeremiah.
The Nazis would no: give heed: :o one and anotherand
now they have heedem to the sword to pestilence to famine.
Even the non-Nazis and the many of the anti-Nazi nations
were indifferent about freedom being given to some of the min-
orities and they too alas cannot escape the punishment
Rosh Hashonah is a day oi spiritual stock-taking. We re-
member the crimes of the Nazis but let us also remember the
kis of ah' of us. Let us remember the sin that the world did
nothing about the Nazis as long as they were simply persecut-
ing the Jews. Let us remember the sm oi the democratic nations
that they did not stand together when by standing together,
they might have prevented Hitler from daring to draw the
sword.
They would not iave collective security," so now the blood
oc the innocent has been spilled.
The good oki Jewish practice of remembering our cm is
very rpropos today If the nations of the world take to it such
arar/edies as the present wl" not be quickly repeawd.
reace settlements should be prepcred before hostilities
cecse and m those cases in which that .s impossible, the meth-
ods or solving them sooted be agreed upon. The Uniied No-
JEWS IN REVOLT
FIRE EXECUTION
CAS CHAMBERS
London (JTA>Jewish prison-
ers in the notorious Trebhnka
concentration camp in Poland re-
volted in August, setting fire to
barracks and other buildings and
also to the gas chambers in which
thousands of Jews have been ex-
ecuted, according to a report
reaching the Polish Government-
m-Exile here this week. The re-
port does not give any further de-
tain
Reports reaching here in the
past year from underground
: sources" in Poland have indicated
' that the Trebhnka camp has be-
come the chief execution center
fcr the Jews in Poland. As the
Polish ghettos were liquidated
by the Germans, the residents
arere, :r. rr.ar.y cases, sent to Tre-
bhnka According to one report
- i the most modern and effi-
: execution center erected by
the Nazis, with facilities, the
Germans have boasted, for mur-
dering 5.000 persons a day in the
gas and steam chambers
The illegal Polish radio SWIT
was heard here this week broad-
r.g an appeal to Poles to as-
5._-t the Jews fleeing from ghet-
tos and concentration camps. The
broadcaster urged the Poles to
feed and shelter the fugitives in
order to prevent their apprehen-
sion by the Nazis.
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sc tea*, w
noes shocjc oe
the war ends the t=_-r*rsel souc-rare of peace to promo-* eoo-
ncm.r -asroce and to prer--- ccrression hv wherever means
or rorce rjecetscrr w_ oe recnv :-_: -.
ber T Tr-
's use."Senctor E-
AGENCY
COMPLETES PLANS
F00 PALESTINE
Jerusalem ( J T A )Plans for
the post-war economic recon-
struction of Palestine on which
the Jewish Agency has been
working during the past few
months, are nearing completion,
it was learned here this week
They may be submitted to the
forthcoming session of the Large
Zionist Actions Committee which
is the supreme Zionist body be-
tween Zionist Congresses.
The plans, prepared by the. In-
stitute fcr Economic Research.
are based on the possibilities of
large Jew .sh immigration to Pal-
estine after the war and on the
normalization of the transition
period from war to peace time.
Special attention ;s paid to the
sstflrptiOH ;: ierr.:b:Lzed Jew-
ish soicbers.
It was disclosed here this week
that the convocation of the Large
7aonm Actions Committee is en-
remtereg serious obstacles due
Si rranspectation difficulties Ney-
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th. 569&-JANUARY 16th. 1939
HIS SPIRIT GUIDES US
SAFEGUARDS NAZI
LOOTBTTIANSEEO
ertheless. it is expected that dele-
gates from the United States and
England will arrive on tune. It
is also hoped that Dr. Ghaim
Weizmann will come to Palestine
before the winter.
The transportation difficulties
also make it impossible, for the
time being, to use the Palestine
immigration certificates allotted
to Jewish refugees m Lisbon. Te-
heran and Mozambique. Efforts
however, are being made to ov- I ---------
ercome these obstacles. Washington (JTA) Br
It was learned here this week *nd th United States struck ttuj
that the Palestine Government week at a plan for safeguard-.*
expects to announce the immigra-' N*" lo<* by fake transfers to
tion schedule for the three- j neutrals.
month period from July to Sep- I m a statement issued snnu.uo-
tember. Most of the Palestine usly here and in London Use
visas under this schedule will be Sut* Department and Foreign
issued to Jews now in Turkev Office said that "the two Gorern-
and Aden. jments reserve the right to treat
__________________ as invalid any transfer to neutral
ownership of any enemy-owned
rights or interests in property
Italy." It emphasized that na-
tionals or firms In neutral coun-
tries acquiring or purportiru la
acquire such rights or interests
render themselves liable to ali
sanctions at the disposal of t.-.e
Governments of the United States
of America and the United King-
dom."
The Nans have regularly it-
quired choice property cf ah
kindsfrom sculptures to sec-- -
London (JTA*The execution I tiesm occupied countries. I
of 7.000 Russian Jews whose: lowing "stnctlv legal" forms,
bodies were used for road-fill. but using extra-legal pressures
was described in the House of including torture and threat of
Commons this week by Com- torture of the property's cw- r
mander R M. Prior, a veteran of This system was first applied r.
the Dieppe Raid, who secured the Germany itself to Jews and "'-
information from a German sol- Nazis, who were thoroughly loct-
dier. ed before they were driven front
P.
ESCAPES GERMANS
TELLS OF KILLINGS
Commander Prior was cap- til< country or imprisoned
tured during the Dieppe raid bv '--------------------------L_
the Germans and escaped oc'v Tn* Third War Loan Drive is
recently. During his imprison- aow OD- wiU f^*1 ** r ment he met an Alsauon soldier bT buymg Bonds? Ye*r he^
has been conscripted into urgently needed NOW
the German Armv and sent to--------------------------*
Russia The soldier told Com- DKTJBTIIN ASES CONGRESS
mander Prior that he had wit- FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION
nessed the execution of the 7.000 I ---------
Jews, who were lined up before Washington (JTAVImmediate
ditches into which theu bodies action to save -such victims or
were subsequently thrown and the Nazis as can still escape ae-
covered with dot. Later German structioo." wae urged or. the
engineers used the filied-in House floor th* week by tt
outcnes as part of a road thev Samuel Dickstein. New \**
were constructing. Democrat.
introduced
Rep. Dickstein
rf^Xf^S - oSr?"4 i11? wom*n doctor upon the attorney genera, and
in Ka^estine djd here this week the secretary of stake to pi*""
fiLr?-2f*T 5 Sa* ,rai *nng entry into this country for w-
SL '*r5toTe*Bh P100**" to ar- Iporary stay of those refugees wb
r.ve ir. Patin* from Russia as'can now be brought here H
members of the Bihi group m has also written* each of the
f^nS**^ m00 fSHne members of the Boose and Sen-
RL P-ys-r-arj -. Rishon ate. and to the Governors *
^on^the first Jewish colony ** states asking their reaction to
the resolution.
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ew Year Wishes to All
and Mrs. Benjamin Fox
of the
STREET MARKET
i~6 S. W. 6th St.. Ph. 2-8960
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schachno
744 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach Phone 5-7764
Auditor Accountant
Wish all Clients and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
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Director Returns
From Institute
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive
director of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau for the past 13 years, at-
tended the "Institute of the Fam-
ily Service Field of Social Work,"
held at Clayton, Ga., September
12-18.
Others from Miami included
Mrs. Dorothy Cason and Mrs.
Helen Leach of the Family Ser-
vice Bureau, who participated in
the program.
The institute was planned for
executive supervision and case
workers in the family service
MRS. SADYE G. ROSE
field of social work. The em-
phasis of the program was placed
on family problems in time of
war and post-war planning.
Discussion leaders were: Dr.
Judith Silberpfenig, noted phy-
chiatrist of New York City, and
Mrs. Lucille Austin, district su-
pervisor of New York Commun-
ity Service Society and faculty
member of the School of Social
Work.
The Family Service Bureau
and the Jewish Welfare Bureau
are local Community Chest
agencies.
JEWSlTEDROPE
IN LABOR CAMPS;
MANY ARE WOMEN
Geneva (JTA)Tens of thou-
sands of Jewish deportees from
France, Belgium, Holland, Bul-
garia and the Government-Gen-
eral section of Poland are con-
fined in labor camps in Upper Si-
lesia, in Poland, where they are
being used for road building,
mining and other difficult man-
ual labor, according to a reliable
report reaching here this week.
Among the deportees are sev-
eral thousand women, who are
also compelled to work, the re-
port says. It declares that condi-
tions at most of the camps are so
appalling that many of the in-
ternees have committed suicide.
In a camp at Koenigshutte, the
report discloses, there are 3,000
French Jews, including children
of 14 and 15 years of age, who
are forced to work in neighbor-
ing potassium mines and to dwell
in underground quarters. They
are permitted to come up to the
surface for only two hours every
two weeks, on alternate Sundays.
At Camp Breig, near Breslau,
the report continues, 600 Paris-
ian Jews are employed as road-
builders. They work from 4:30
a. m. until 7 p. m. with only one
honur for rest and eating. About
9,000 Jewish deportees from
Czechoslovakia, Holland and
France are working in the Mys-
kiwuez Chrazanow Trzebinia re-
gion, while 5,000 from the Gov-
ernment General are in a camp at
Myslowitz. A few thousand Jews
in the Katowice Birkenau Wado-
dice district are used for con-
structing bridges and building
houses and roads.
Two thousand Jewish women
from Paris are at Oberlangen
Bielau and another 300 are at
camp near Neisse, the report re-
veals.
RELIEF MEASURES
OF AFRICAN JEWS
TOLD Df JDC AIDE
New York (JTA)The situa-
tion of the Jews in French North
Africa, especially in Tunisia
which was under Nazi occupa-
tion, was described here this
week by Kurt Peiser. executive
director of the Jewish Federation
of Charities in Philadelphia, who
has just returned from Algiers by
plane after spending four months
in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia
in behalf of the Joint Distribution
Committee.
Mr. Peiser, who is one of the
first relief workers to return
from that area, emphasized that
in addition to the efficient job
being done in North Africa by the
Office of Foreign Relief and Re-
habilitation Operations, there is
great need for private relief agen-
cies. The chief problem facing
Jewish relief groups now, he
said, was to provide housing for
the thousands of refugees from
bomb-devastated cities and to
improve sanitary and health con-
ditions. The food shortage has
been alleviated to a great extent,
he said.
When the JDC representatives
arrived in Tunis, they found the
city filled with Jewish refugees
from other sections of Tunisia,
whose homes had been destroyed
either by the Germans or during
Allied bombings, and who had
been stripped of all their posses-
sions by the Nazis. During their
occupation of Tunisia, Mr. Peiser
disclosed, the Germans extorted
58,000,000 francs in fines from
the Jewish communities and con-
scripted 8,000 Jews for forced la-
bor on pain of executing the
communities' leaders if the labor-
ers were not forthcoming. Tem-
porary housing has been secured
for most of the native refugee
Jews, he said, but with the ad-
vent of the rainy season shortly
more permanent structures will
have to be found for them.
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 228 8. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MBS. MAST SCHBEBNICX
Sgt. I. Abramowitz, stationed
at Murphy Field adjoining Palm
Beach, and who was confined at
the army hospital at the field, is
now convalescing at his apart-
ment in the city. With him is
his wife.
The Jewish Floridian wishes
the season's greetings, and our
best wishes for a Happy and Pros-
perous New Year.
WIST PALM
KCBSJU
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
AND SON JOE
WEST PALM BEACH
wish for all their relatives
and hundreds of friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS!
Wishing for you and yours full measure
of health, prosperity and personal hap-
piness and looking forward with you
to the time when Peace and Good Will
shall again reign on this earth.
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FRIDAY,
RINGLEADER OF RIOTS
BEING HELD FOR TRIAL
Montreal (JTA) Sentencing
of Rene Bolduc. alleged ring lead-
'er of the anti-Semitic riots in the
Canadian resort town of Plage
! Laval on July 25. in which sev-
eral Jews were injured, some
seriously, has been delayed as a
! result of Bolduc's changing his
______ plea from guilty to not guilty.
"On the occasion of Rosh Ha-' When arraigned last week. Bol-
shonah I take this means of ex- due pleaded guilty to the charges
tending mv best wishes to all my against him and the sentencing
PALMER EXTENDS
BEST WISHES TO
GENERAL PUBLIC
friends and entire Jewry of Mi-
ami." Sidnev H. Palmer, owner
a .,> set for this week. However,
when he was brought to court.
CZECHS CONSIDER
BILLTO CHANGE
POSITION OE JEWS
of the Palmer Funeral Chapel j he announced that he had decid-
said. "It is mv sincere hope that cd to plead not guilty and the
the next year will bring happi-';udge sol next week for hearing
ness and good health to all. We: the case Young Bolduc evaded
will strive to continue in the, the police for several weeks be-
true meaning of our byword. 'A fore surrendering.
Friend In Need'." --------------------------
Our Chapel presents an at- NOTED PHILOSOPHER
mosphere of warmth and friend- dttdt icurc Mnif n/"\r"Mr
tinesa Refined, tasteful, yet home rUgUBHlEo 1NLW flUUK
like, the main chapel is designed! ,. ,. ~7Z~.
to lend digmtv and is ultra-mod-' Ng" ." or* n t! '"^
.rn :n every respect A new ad- : wisdom, by the noted Jewish
dition to our n Funeral Philosopher, Dr. Jacob Klatzkin.
Home are two Fan af- *,ho n nng in the Unit-
fordina the utmost in privacj statl published here
I rt to 1 k '>' ,h<' If B r:scher
ticated w corporation.
participating men Th,e ^^ 1S concerned with the
lodges and ts of every-
- a librarv and prov;,ie> neces- aav hie ,nd, ,he art of living It
sary accommodations for such oc- contains reflections on science.
.r:. politics, philosophy, phvchol-
The preparat:on r, nd, religion. Dr Klatzkin.
r-1 whi the creator of
and equiprr.cr.: T:u ...sk..:
rge se-
lect:. n : .. ski :> :> me< I i
Orth .-. \
strictlj as an ela:-. i
Reform chape: is available
L;.v..r. ..- i ambulai
ftanl > .
r schedule Located at
2008 West Fiagier Street the
structure, consisting of 15 large

use >.: the Funeral home uhich
>:,iered one of Miami's most
elaborate and up-to-date
In connection with the Funeral
Home Mr Palmer operates The
Palmer Monument Co.. designers
and creators of :- and
uments. "The reception ac-
beautifu ^ning
and workmanship has K.
tying." Mr. Palmer stated.
"and while n are too
or too sa pen rial at-
ion to all and take care not
only ting I .-
m but of t tails en-
r.g."
Zurich (JTA) A bill altering
the legal position of the Jews in
the Nazi puppet-state of Slovakia
was considered at a joint session
of representatives of the consti-
tutional, economic and budget
committees of the Slovakian Gov-
ernment, it is reported in the
i newspaper Slovak reaching here
! this week from Bratislava.
The joint session also consid-
ered another bill offered by the
Government which suggests mod-
ification of the decree under
which a special tax is levied on
Jewish property. The session
adopted a decision to have the
bills re-drafted, after which
are to be submitted again
for final approval by a joint ses-
sion of officials representing the
three government branches in-
ted in the measures.
WAR RESTRICTIONS IS
CAUSE OF MEET BY AIR
New York (JTA) The Wil-
liamstown Institute of Human
Relations, which is sponsored bi-
ennially by the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, will
not meet this year due to war-
time travel restrictions, it was
announced this week. Instead the
Institute will be held by means
of radio discussions and drama-
tizations with networks and lo-
cal stations participating.
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manv books on philosophy and
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of philosophy and an editor of
the Encyclopedia Judacia.
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tf, OCTOBER 1. 1943
fJewisti Meridian
PAGE SEVEN
iTER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
Of The Jewish Welfare Board
SERVICE
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
Help Us Keep a Record of Our Man in Service
PARADE!
LOCAL BOYS
Miami and vicinity are
Ion students at the 58th Qol-
Training Detachment at
^chusetts State College, Am-
kuded are Harold Solomon,
|s. W. 13th St.; David J.
rti, 533 N. W. 28th St. and
eth M. Meyrson, 622 15th St.
Donald R. Klein- son of
id Mrs. M. Klein, 850 Eu-
k.ve.i Miami Beach, is en-
. in a special course of in-
fion at the Signal Corps'
at Camp Murphy.
Marty Shankman, son of
nd Mrs. Al Shankman. 2301
17th St., has taken part in
najor battles since he was
overseas assignment.
Shankmans have two other
in the service, Corp. Sam
kman, stationed in Califor-
Joa, in Navy training at
nond, Va.
tly appointed to captain is
I B. Fleeman. infantry, for-
of 2733 S. W. 3rd Ave.
Cadet and Mrs. Saul Broi-
,131 Meridian Ave., announce
irth of a daughter on Sept.
St. Francis Hospital.
and Mrs. Arnold Rou. 842
lian Ave., announce the
jof a daughter on Sept. 22,
Francis Hospital.
lan 1/c Joieph Foter.
Us enrolled at the local sub
school. Mr. Foster is the
ir of Mrs. Alexander F.
Miami Beach.
lo prominent Miamians in
rom home camps write that
-11. Lt. ( E. Albert Pallot
iv stationed at Boston, Mass.,
:apt. Harold Rand is at the
&n Hospital of the San An-
Texas, army base.
p. Fred Schoenburg, son of
and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg,
3. W. 4th St., is home on a
lay furlough from Pennsyl-
Irving Rotfort was made
anding officer of the Wen-
Utah, bombing and gun-
range late last month.
*'ays interested in the wel-
Bf his men, Lt. Rotfort has
r.ed his position with a new
t of enthusiasm and is very
lar with his men.
ior to his enlistment as a
Ite in October 1941 he was
he laundry business in Mi-
with two of his brothers.
rt. Murray Miller, son of Mr.
Mrs. Sam B. Miller, 900 S.
|4tn St., will arrive in town
">y. Oct. 3rd, to spend a five
'.Jrlough.
A |Message From
A-N Chairman
At President of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
Chairman of the Army-Nary
Committee, may I take this op-
portunity to thank the entire
Jewish Community and my
able committee in particular
for their exemplary coopera-
tion and the noble work which
has been performed by them. I
know that we are not seeking
thanks nor are we expecting
credit for doing only that
which is our rightful responsi-
bility. This has not been a re-
sponsibility in the true sense
of the word, but a pleasure and
a privilege to serve those in the
Armed Forces by furnishing re-
creation and endeavoring to
provide a friendly and .home-
like atmosphere.
My sincere thanks, and a
Happy New Year to all.
SAM BLANK.
Pfc. Maurice Levy, 25, of Chi-
cago, wounded four times in the
jungle fighting on New Guinea
early this year, has been awarded
the Distinguished Service Cross
in recognition of a remarkable
deed. Private Levy's was an ef-
fective one-man campaign of en-
emy decimation. Going into ac-
tion near Sanananda, his platoon
was pinned down by heavy ma-
chine gun and rifle fire. Private
Levy, a sniper, slowly made his
way to a position of vantage and
as night fell proceeded to pick off
Jap troops. He had accounted
for six when, the flashes from
his own fire beginning to draw
accurate enemy fire, he changed
position, lodging himself in a
crotch formed by two large trees.
This gave him an excellent field
of fire and, with the coming of
day, he succeeded in knocking
out nineteen more Jap soldiers
one by one. But he himself did
not come off unscathed. Four
times Jap bullets found their
mark on him and finally the loss
of blood was too great to permit
him to go on. He managed to get
out of the tree and crawl back to
the safety of the American lines.
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED 8H0CHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERQ
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG. Vice-Chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sac.
Executive Committee
Mn. Waltar Brontton. Mra. Max
Dobrin, Maurice Oroaaman, Louia
Htlman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
Mra. Murry Kovan, Harry Marko-
witx, Nat Roth, Fred Shochet,
Milton Sirkin, Joseph Stein. Mra.
Herman Wallach, Carl Weinkle.
George Wolpert.
CIVILIANS TOO, III
DEED OF USOJWB
Meeting emergency situations
for servicement and their fami-
lies is all in the day's work for
USO JWB workers, but it is
never routine. Some problems,
however, are more less common
to all war areas. Here is a scene,
recently enacted at the Anniston,
Ala., USO club, which is perhaps
typical:
It was after midnight and all
soldiers had gone back to camp..
Around the Traveler's Aid desk
were a group of 26 civilians, de-
jected, and bewildered. There
was no place for them to spend
the night. Hotels were full, tour-
ist camps had no rooms, all avail-
able accommodations in private
homes had been exhausted.
In the group were a mother
and father, who had come from
Michigan to see their son, ill in
the camp hospital. Nothing mat-
tered except to be with their boy.
Seated by the wall was a young
mother with a babe in arms. She
had come from Kentucky to see
her husband, who was expecting
to be shipped out. Occupying a
sofa was a mother with four chil-
dren, concerned not only for her
soldier-husband, but for her chil-
dren whom she had brought down
to kiss their father good-bye.
Morris Kronenfeld, Jewish
Welfare Board Director of the
Club, galvanized into action the
tired porters and members of the
staff still on duty. Cots were
brought up from the cellar, blan-
kets found and soon some sort
of accommodations were arrang-
ed for all 26. The women and
children were placed on the
stage and in the dressing rooms,
while the men slept in the show-
er room.
In a short time, strained tem-
pers had evaporated. The chil-
dren were sleepy, but smiling.
The USO had provided a "home
away from home" for the sol-
diers' families, and a feeling of
camaradie and good fellowship
sprang up among 26 tired travr-
elers, strangers a few hours be-
fore, brought together under the
friendly USO roof.
Lt. Jerome C. Simpson, 24, of
New York City has been award-
ed the Air Medal and three Oak
Leaf Clusters, as well as the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross.
Pfc. Stanley I. Silverman, 24,
of Brooklyn, is the recipient of
the Distinguished Service Cross
for "extraordinary heroism in ac-
tion" in the Tunisian fighting.
"His exceptionally courageous
actions in combat," Captain John
D. O'Rourke, his commanding of-
ficer, wrote to the Silvermans,
"were an inspiration to the other
men of my company You may
well be proud of him and the ser-
vice he has rendered his country."
Devoting This Entire Page to the Efforts of Army-Navy Committee, Made Possible Through
the Co-Operation of
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1055 Wast Flagler Street
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535 N. W. Uth Street
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690 N. W. 13th Street
NANKIN'S SHOE STORE
150 East Flagler Street
SAM MEYERS
111 South Miami Avenue
SOUTHEASTERN SALESMEN'S
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149 N. E. 10th Street
TOOLEY-MYRON STUDIOS
DuPont Building
WILLIAM D. SINGER
SUNGAS CO.
1100 West Flagler Street
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB
West Flagler St. at 37th Avenue
WOLPERT FURNITURE CO.
155 West Flagler Street
WOMETCO THEATRES
Mitchell Wolfson Sydney Meyer
To |U] A Happy New Year
PETE'S BARBECUE
2537 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4-9262
New Year Greetings
BROWN'S GOOD GULF
SERVICE STATION
10 N. W. 36th Street
MIAMI
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green
wish to the Rabbi, the
Congregation and Friends
of the
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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JOE'S STONE CRAB
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TO ALL
A Most Happy New Year
Mr. and Mrs.
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of the
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9-3330 PHONES Night 5-1357
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90 S. W. 9th Street
PHONE 3-4674
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Beauty Salon
Miss Thompson. Owner
Specializing in Permanent
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Beauty Culture in All
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Of course everybody!
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DIRECTORY
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
in N W. Third A\e Miami
MAX SHAI'IRO. Rabbi
LOUI3 HATMAN. Cantor

TEMPLE ISRAEL
1ST N. E. 19th St.. Miami
RABBI JAC.iH M KAPLAN.
Rabbi Emerilua
I'h.D
This week marks the end of
one year and the beginning of a
new one. The writer, too. is not-
ing the end of a year of "B'nai
B'ritta N tes" under his bv-line.
time for the war effort. Tne
Third War Loan is lagging, with
only a few days to go. because
American has not
bought enough bondsthe big
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
0 a W. IT Art., Miami
JOSKTH E RAi'KoVSKY. Rabbi
LEWIS OREKN. Sexton
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THE Y. M. ftl
NOTES
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AriWMMMkAAAAAAAAa
We wo. :o feel that some money has already gone into I
of the 30.000 words that were Third War Loan "Such is the n
o fulfillment of this port from the Treasury depart-
served some purpose be- ment.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
HIS EucMd Av* Miami Beach
IRVIXO LEHRMAN, Rabbi
ABRAHAM 1> WOLF. Cantor
B'nai B'nth is helping. A
go to press the I tal war B
ng the mills I
War If it h.
Jo
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May V u
With the ::. ing
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J. N. F. STAMP FOR 5704
aim of just reporting.
time for "st
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Ml am FRII -MAN into
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
MIAMI JEWRY
As you read these columns, the
year 5704 will be ushered in. We
| have many things for which to be
thankful and we hope that on
day of Rosh Hashonah we
will give thanks to the Almighty
for all the things he has done
for us. The future seems some-
what brighter. Communities
throughout America are making
dans for post-war projects. Mi-
Jewish activities a
" and ,.coSlSjJ
aS-topartic^fe
N-EWyja,
is extended
one of
HAPPY
ONE AND ALL.
"Y" Engages Youth
Director
The Y
Actirj
is proud to
that it has arcei
of Sam Ka^J^11*
j
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And :. : we're taking BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
w nethei
al lc Ii been put
Wa.h Av* and I SI Ml mil
MOSES MES^HFLOFF, Rabbi
MAI \M'"HKS. Cantor
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
Hit S W ThW Bl v:.iml
SIM IN APRIL Rabbi
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
I SOI Sou tl ti I -.
F- Lauderdale, K. .
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Ft. '.. award i"
BAMl'EL HALEVI BARON, Rabbi

RADIO HOUR
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Pilgrimage to Cemetery
The traditional annual pil-
grimage to the cemetery will
take place Sunday. Oct. 3. on
the "Fast of Gedaliah" at 2 p.
m. It is a Jewish tradition for
all who have beloved ones in-
terred to pay tribute to their
memory by attending the ser-
vice which will be under the
auspices of the Rabbinical As-
sociation.
The scheduled is announced
as follows:
At Woodlawn Cemetery at 2
p. m.: Rabbis Simon April. Ja-
cob H. Kaplan. Moses Mesch-
eloff and Max Shapiro.
At Graceland Cemetery at 3
p. m.: Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and
Rabbi Samuel Machtei.
At Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 2
p. m..: Rabbis Irving Lehrman
and Samuel Machtei.
Local cantors including
Louis Hayman. Maurice Mam-
ces. Abraham Wolf, A. Fried-
man and Moses Teitlebaum
will assist.
Also joining in the tradition-
al ceremony will be Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
He will lead in prayer at the
Woodlawn Cemetery. Jewish
Section, at 2 o'clock and be at
the service of his members.
ami Jewry is wide awake and is ties Directoi MrKad i
among those communities that backgroi;
are making such plans. | rious Comrr,
The Y M. H. A. is planning a 'York *
gigantic program, not only for af-
t r the war. but for the current
year. The following are some of
projects that afe being
planned:
1. A forum group for adults
that will meet once a week.
2. A course in Jewish History
ponsored by the "Y"
in o in with the Rabbin-
Association of Greater Mi-
3. Classes in Conversational I
Spar
4 Concerts.
5 Lectures by men of national
prominen
6. Projects for children of all
1'.-lia program is so diversified
that men and women and child-
ren will find something to inter-;
est them. We hope that you will \
take advantage of the opportun-
ity and register at the "Y" im- j
mediately for one or more of
these projects. The 'Y'* has al-:
ways strived to be the center of
-. Center, j?,
II be vert,
able in h ,re e**
' urg. ,.i: parents m.
their childrei v, ,he"r?*
jec^hat v be p,anne$
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Oct. 4. Temple Israel Sister-
meeting and Holv Day tea,1
Kaplan Hall. 2 p. m.
Oct. 5. Nat'l Home for Jewish I
Children at Denver meeting.
VM.UVHA. Miami Beach
Oct. 5. Meeting, Temple Israel'
Board. 8 p. m.
Wed.. Oct. 6. National Council!
of Jewish Women luncheon and
afternoon social.
Sun.. Oct. 10. Miami Y' M. H
A. dance. 8 p. m.
Oct. 12. Installation of officers.,
Nat 1 Home for Jewish Children
at Denver. YM&WHA. Miami
B,ach.
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Ji-\ nds
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1108 N. W. 3rd A e..Pa.*"
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spero
oi Deri ;. c an risfa .,:.
' ads and m of
Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center
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GREETINGS
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PAGE NINE
HE YEAR IN SPORTS
(A Riw of Jw. in Sports During S703)
By MORRIS WEINER
(Sporti EditorJ.with Telographic Ageacy)
;hioni in World at War
Hiring the past year, Jews in
have won scores of cham-
?nships and on dozens of occa-
tns have. been debecked with
laurel wreath emblematic of
oremacy in the world of sports,
ft, were there not a single Jew-
athlete participating on the
lidiron, the baseball diamond,
basketball court, the boxing
Lg or in any of the sundry
ilaxies into which the minor
ii-!d of sports is sub-divided, the
ir 5703 would still loom as one
the greatest in the history of
rs in sports. Forduring the
It yearthe second year in
\ h our champions have traded
sir athletic togs for a service
iform and a rifle, the name of
man and the exploits of that
man, not only made an entire
tion proud, but gladdened the
arts of the entire family of
kited Nations. The allied world
id homage to the exploits of a
lsnt athletefor years a lead-
in the sports world and so it
with pride that we open our
hew of the year with the tribute
it is due Barney Rosa-eham-
of champions in a world at
a review of this kind, we
to relate some of the high-
lit* among the activities of our
vish athletes but w feel that
-telling of the story that came
IEST NEW YEAR WISHES
MIAMI FOOD
STORES
SS N. E. Mth Street
out of Guadalcanal on the night
of November 14, 1948, would be
the greatest tribute we could pos-
sibly pay to gallant Barneyout-
standing Jewish athlete of the
year 5703.
Barar Rom
The comeback of a champion
is always newsbut the way Ser-
geant Barney Rossthe same lad
who once held three world boxing
championshipscame back and
made good in the biggest fight
of his life has stirred the imagina-
tions and fired the blood of every
sports loving American. The terse
communique from a base hospi-
tal on Guadalcanal a little over
ten months ago that Barney Ross
was suffering from a combination
of malaria, shell-shock and shrap-
nel wounds and would probably
be cited for gallantry under fire,
set the nation on edge. The full
story of how the Marine here
killed ten Japs one night while
guarding his wounded pals in a
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PHONE 2-4159
25 N. E. 20th Street
shell-hole in the steaming jungle
holding the Nips off for 14 hours
until aid arrived, electrified even
the blase boys on Jacobs Beach.
They knew that Barney was a
wonderful guy, a good fighter,
but they never expected anything
like thatcomebacks being what
they are.
Those of us who saw the twenty-
eight year old Ross (an old man
as fighters*go) yield the third of
his triple boxing; crowns to Henry
Armstrong five years ago saw
Barney take a merciless beating.
Only the eternal fire, ever burn-
ing in the heart of any truly great
champion, kept the lad on his feet
under the terrific barrage of flail-
ing fists unleashed by Homicide
Hank. Afterwards, when we saw
the gallant veteran in his dressing
room, a lump choked up in our
throat and we couldn't talk. One
look at his battered face, the
swollen lips and the puffed and
bleeding eyes told the story. No
Ross was through as a fighter.
Some days after the loss of his
welterweight title, news of his re-
tirement as a fighter reached the
public. That was May, 1938.
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Little was heard of the dapper
Barney from then on. But right
after Pearl Harbor, Barney en-
listed with the Marines. There
were several pictures in the papers
of the 33 year old former champ,
now graying at the temples, dress-
ed in a natty Marine uniform and
holding a rifle at a jaunty angle.
Then silence.
And then the thrilling flash
from Guadalcanal that electrified
a nation. The fans who had al-
most forgotten him one again re-
membered the greatest fighter
since Benny Leonard.
But we have called Barney the
Champion of Champions. We are
not alone. On New Year's Day,
Ross was chosen the winner of
the American Round Table's an-
nual award for the outstanding In-
dividual contribution to sports in
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1942. The $500 War Bond prize
is determined in a nation-wide
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But even moreThe Boxing
Writers' Association awarded-him
the Edward J. Neil Memorial
Plaque for having done most for
boxing in the twelve months pre-
ceding the award and selected
(Continued on Page 10)
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OCTOBER
The Year
In Sports
Continued from Page 9)
him a-- Their Man of the Year.
No wonder then that Jews the
world over have a right to be
proud
IT mlil
No too much has happened in
this particular field sine* the' j, mwr
it;ht Captain Hank Greenberg,' Uc*t **
tke erstwhile fence buster of the. J^ ""
Detroit Tigers, received the p'.a-; Art rrisajaan
qae from the Baseball Writers' {aa rutt
Association as "having best ex- '
game was good for doxens of
thrills and the team of Jewish all-
Amcricans who emerged at the
end of the season to take its place
alongside all-star teams of yester-
year would not have to apolgize
in a single post. Many of these
lads mentioned are now with the
armed forces. The team is one of
the best we've offered in years.
Hum pmiuco Cell***
Kerk Wriaer and UCLA, and
R.B. WaMOMO
T. Braan
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a M..i :!.
L.O WMhlnU)a (UK
L.T. WsshlBfUa
ULfMMi
Dwili Ttcfe aad
Beet wisraoala
Da* Schmoct
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Lastly Hinrh
emplified the ideals of baseball to! ,* osd ud
the world." Much was expected of' sBra*Jis*rw
Hank Panning-, the star-veteran; Tirt^ QMm
backstop of the New York Giants, g Dandsft
but Handsome Harry the Horse! A finer gang of gridiron super-
has been inducted and is now* up j men we've not presented in years,
to his ears in work at Officers! Boykoff and Basketball
Candidate School. However. Harry Basketball still remains the
Feldmaa f the Giants and Harry sport in which Jewish athletes
Eisenstadt of the Cleveland In-, predominate. Were we to list the
dians have done excellent jobs in
their spots as relief huriers al-
though Feldman also ran up an
names of those whom we consid-
er the most outstanding through-
out the landwe would be run-
credit as starting pitcher as
well.
The most notable addition to
baseball ranks this year, however,
was the signing of Sid Gordon,
twenty-four year old third-base-
man with the Giants. Gordon
should go a long way in the majors
if his first year in the big time
is any indication. The number of
three-baggers and home runs he I
has clouted to date gives morei
than fair promise of what his ac-
tivities in the big time will be'
next year, and even fire years \
from now. He's an erratic hitter
but can come through in the
pinches and his fielding is im-
proving with every game.
Football Offer* Gridiroa Great*-----;
A Gang of Supcrmti
Big League baseball may not
kave been as productive of its'
usual number of Jewish diamond
stars as in other yearsbut foot-
Ml made up for any dearth of
Jewish talent no matter what the
sporting front was. The gridiron
appreciable number of wins to hisjnjng jnto tremendous arguments.
However, one thing is certain. Just!
as Barney Ross is top man of the
year and as Hank Green berg was
tops a year ago in baseballso,
the name of Harry Boykoffthe ]
six foot nine inch giant of the'
St. John's quintet is tops this year j
in basketball. Boykoff, a mere
sophomore on the Redmen, has
broken more records by himself
than most teams do in a score of
years. Without a doubt, Boykoff
U the greatest basketball player
of the 1940-1943 court campaign.
It's our prediction that Boykoff
will earn the reputation of being
the greatest college player this
country has evei seenand be
will earn his reputation before
the next court season is over.
Runner-up for honors on a na-
tion-wide basis was Captain Jerry
Fleishman of New York Univer-
sity.
Boxing
Next to the news of Barney
Ross and his award as '^port-
dom's Man of the Year," was the
item that came out of Cleveland
regarding the death of Joe Choyn-
ski, one of the first top-notch
Jewish heavyweights America has
ever seen. Choynskithe man who
fought them allSullivan, Jef-
fries, Corbettdied at the age of
74.
As for newcomers in this field
no new heavies have appeared
to take the place of Buddy Baer
or Abe Simon, the two behemoths
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a year ago. The record of twenty-
two world championships since
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weight title will have to stand for
another year. The armed forces
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duration.
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;TOBER I. 1943
\be Year
In Sports
(Continued from Page 10)
| now a first lieutenant in the
|r Corps and hopes to return to
saucer tracks after the dura-
it
Track and Field
iBernie Mayer, now with the
lited States Marines, became
first National Champion in
16 pound shot-put event when
captured the first place at the
itional Indoor Championships at
udi.ion Square Garden last win-
He duplicated his perform-
ices at the I. C. 4-A Indoor and
er swept to a brilliant victory
the National A. A. U. outdoor
lent at Randalls Island.
JDwight Eddleman, Illinois
molboy, was the high jump sen-
tion of the year.
IPrivate Allan Tellmich still re-
jins his national and world's 60
|rd hurdle championship, while
nil Leibowits, now in the Army
Corps, still haa to see his out-
^or mile of 4:08 improved on.
Marksmanship
| In a year when most of our
hletes are away at war, a cham-
jnship in Marksmanship is real-
something to write home about,
amp of champs with the pistol
ad the rifle is a forty-five year
MarineMorris Fisher. Fish-
has been with the Marines for
renty-five years. He holds Olym-
tttles as well as scores of world
klcs with shortarms as well as
lies of all kinds. What's most
l>ortant today is that Fisher's
rtbook on rifle and shooting is
bible of the fighting United
ites Marines.
Swimming
is Ann Ross, of the Dragon
jb in Brooklyn, has captured
three meter diving champion-
of America as well as the
meter title in the National
n'or Women's A. A. U. swim-
events. The last title earned
irked the third time in as many
?ars that this Jewish mermaid
captured the event off the
rrinfrboard The Fogle sisters
New York have retained their
rurels in the sprint events.
Golf
Herman Barronlong a fa-
miliar name to readers of these
V:iial reviewsmakes the news
ice again. Last year marked the
Irst time that Herman had
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crashed the headlines by winning
the $1,000 prise and the Western
Open at Pheonir, Arisona .
That waa his first major victory
in thirteen years of golf. This
year he won another major vic-
tory and once again leads all
Jewish pros for his fourteenth
straight year.
Handball
The titleholders of the Nation-
al Handball Championships failed
to repeat early this winter and as
a result, Victor Herschkowitz and
Moe Orenstein became the win-
ners and new champions at the
A. A. U. one wall handball tourn-
aments. Herschkowitz and Oren-
stein defeated the former champs,
Morton Alexander and Marvin
Hecht in the quarter finals and
then went on the defeat Joe
Garber and Nick Shinkarik, the
favorites. (The first twenty to
place in the one-wall singles and
doubles events in this sport for
the past ten years have been Jew-
ishone of the few games in
which Jewish athletes hold a vir-
tual monopoly on the titles.)
We cannot close this review
without paying our respects to
those of our athletes now serving
in every branch of the armed
units. For every ten of our ath-
letes who still remain at home,
there are at least seventy in the
air corps, the navy, army, mer-
chant marine or Coast Guard. It
is beyond our scope to list the
PAGE ELEVEN
names of the 244 champions and
top-notch athletes who have en-
tered the services since we last
took time out for a general look-
see at the sporting picture. We
hope that all of them return to
the sporting arena ere long. None-
theless, to these ladswhether
they were champions, pretenders
or also-rans, whether they gave
their all on the gridiron, the dia-
mond or in the ringwe have
naught but praise. We doff our
hats as old soldier athletes pass
us by. The familiar cheers that
used to ring in their ears are no
longer theirs. Instead, may we of-
fer a heartfelt salute.
HONOR ROLL
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS
SERGEANT BARNEY ROSS-
UNITED STATES MARINES
BaseballSid Gordon and Hank
Danning.
BasketballHarry Boykoff.
TrackBernle Mayer.
SwimmingAnn Ross; diving,
Jean Fogle.
Auto racingMauri Rose.
FencingHelene Mayer.
MarksmanshipSergeant Mor-
ris Fisher, U.S.M.C.
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TennisHenry Greenberg and
Jinx Falkenburg.'
FootballSid Luckraay (prof.)
and Merv Pregulman (Michigan).
Horse racing Hirsch Jacobs
and Mrs. Hertz (owner of Count
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The Year In Overseas Relief
By BETTY POLCOVITZ
Copyright, 1943. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
The American Jewish commun-
ity could hardly content itself
with merely voicing its protest
and sympathy with suffering Jew-
ish communities overseas this
year. More than ever before, the
tragic circumstances of the year
S703 called for concrete measures
f assistance. As in the past.
American Jewish agencies con-
tinued their work of relief and
gations to insure greater activi-
ties of relief and rescue of Jews
oppressed by Hitlerism.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, the largest American Jewish j tion 0'f ;,, worjj through responsi-
giving advice and help on emigra-
tion matters. The J. D. C. sup-
plied 90 per cent of all funds re-
quired for refugee aid in France.
After German forces occupied
all of France on November 11,
1942. the J. D. C. was compelled
to close its headquarters in Mar-
seilles. Following its long estab-
lished precedent in other occupied
countries, the organisation made
arrangements for the continua
OCTOBER
overseas relief agency, continued
to meet the challenge presented
by a swiftly changing current of
world events. An increasing need
for relief, although accompanied
by increasing difficulties, brought
rescue despite almost insurmount-Ian expansion in J. D. C. activities
abl obstacles. [during the period under review.
Since its establishment in Jan- Total expenditures by the J. D. C.
aary 1939, the United Jewish Ap-
peal for Refugees. Overseas Needs
and Palestine has been the uni-
fied fund-raising instrument for
the Joint Distribution Committee.
the United Palestine Appeal and
the National Refugee Service.
From the date of its inception to
the end of 1942. the United Jew-
ish Appeal had collected over
$60,000,000.
The United Jewi>h Appeal of
1943 has set itself a national
quota of $25,000,000 as the mini-
mum required to meet the ex-
panded needs of the participating
relief agencies. In the first six
months of 1943 a total of $11.-
600.00 was raised by the U. 1. A.
The unprecedented results of the
spring phase of the 1943 campaign
indicates that American Jews are
prepared to assume greater obli-
ble local committees to whom
funds were entrusted. These com-
mittees were authorized to borrow
additional necessary funds and
commodities from any available
local sources against the J. D.
C.'s promise of repayment after
the war. Information recejved
from reliable contacts in the spring
between July 1942 and June 1943 of 1943 indicated that this pro-
amounted to $8,831,420, an in- cedure w>s being followed and
crease of $2,246,910 over a smi- that chi|d care refugee aid and!
liar period in 1941-1942. I other essential activities in France'
At the beginning of the period vtTt contjnujngi despite innumer-:
under review, in July 1942, un- aWe difficulties. Under a similar
occupied France was the^ hub of j arr,ngement it has been possible
for the J. D. C. to continue some
for food-packages shipments from
this country to Poland and to
Terezin, the interment camp in
Chechoslovakia.
The spotlight gradually swung
to Spain and Switzerland, as the
period drew on. Some 6,000 per-
sons had crossed the border from
France into Switzerland since the
summer of 1942 when the Laval
government began to deport Jews
to Eastern Europe. The J. D. C.
assumed the major portion of
the cost of caring for these recent
refugees from France as well as
3,000 other refugees who had
previously entered the little neu-
tral republic. A total of approxi-
mately 1,100,000 was allocated
for Switzerland for 1943.
In Spain, with its precarious
neutrality and h^hTT55551
the J. D. c wa.;'?t,"N
more difficult IrlT^^
nees without adequj **
or funds, were imn,**^
Placed in interment "^*l
the J. D. C.'s program of emerg-
ency aid in Europe. Through local
cooperating committees, it had
been providing necessities of life
to Jews in internment and labor
camps; caring for thousands of
refugees and orphaned children;
aiding adult refugees who still
had freedom of movement, yet
because of discriminatory Vichy
laws, were not permitted to work;
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Planning tor Peace
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Copyright. 1M3. J.wi.h T.Ugr.phic Agency. Inc.
[The present writer was a mem-
[[ of the armed forces of the
lited States during the first
irld War. Much, water has
>wn over the dam since then,
quarter of a century has
lapsed and yet sometimes, par-
cularly in these warm summer
ays, when the mind is prone to
)ze off, he has the feeling that
is not twenty-five years later
allthat this is not 1943 but
M8. Why see, he says to him-
;lf. the cannons still roar as in
18and the Jews are meeting
an American Jewish Confer-
sce. To be sure, it was not the
nerican Jewish Conference
ibut the American Jewish
ingressbut is the difference
ftween Conference and Cong-
fcss so great?
[There are some differences. In
.ini'i'ica in 1918, the two Louises
e dominant in American Jew-
i life Louis Marshall and
Louis D. Brandeis. Today neither
is here and no one has arisen
who seems to assume by person-
al weight the full authority ex-
ercises by these two leaders. Per-
haps in a way, this is not alto-
gether a loss. The Bible speaks
of there being giants" in earlier
days, but it is noticeable that we
have few even of the names of
these giants and it was when the
"giants" had passed, that Israel
seemed to have made its true
progress. At any rate, the ab-
sence of men who, so to speak,
monopolize leadership, necessar-
ily throws more of the weight
of responsibility on the great pub-
lic.
An effort that seems particu-
larly geared to this new aspect
of the situation is the launching
of the study course in Jewish
post-war problems by the Re-
search Institute on Peace and
Post-War Problems by the Am-
We pause in our duties of serving Uncle
Sam to-extend to all our heartiest New
Year's Greetings. May this year see an
end to war, and a swift return of peace
and prosperity to our land.
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erican Jewish Committee. Its
ataff, composed of specialists on
various Jewish topics, headed by
Dr. Max Gottschalk, with Abra-
ham G. Duker as editor, has pre-
pared, a series of condensed dis-
cussions of all those problems
which are likely to come up at
the Peace Table. The course of
study is divided into eight units.
One, for example, is captioned,
"The Two World Wars; Compari-
son and Contrast." Another tells
"How the Jewish Communities
Prepared for Peace in the First
World War." A third is devoted
to Palestine and so on.
This generation knows very
little about the fight that took
place over the question of na-
tional rights for the Jewish mi-
norities at the end of the first
World War. The Study Course
recalls all this and points out
that the problem today will not
be posed in quite the same way.
In the first place, we cannot
avoid putting to ourselves the
questionjust how much of a
Jewish minority will be left in
most European countries after
Hitler's murders are over. But
aside from this, there are many
new aspects to the minorities
problem. Thus, Dr. Benes. the
President of the Czech Govern-
ment-in-Exile, is quoted as fav-
oring a transfer of minority pop-
ulations and even Herbert Hoov-
er is quoted in support of the
same policy. Does this mean per-
haps that Jewish minorities
might be shifted to Palestine or
some other specially designated
place of refuge? This involves
problems of repatriation and col-
onization of massive nature, un-
like those which the Jews in the
first World War had to deal with.
But colonization and repatria-
tion will not solve the whole
Jewish problem. It is futile to as-
sume that the dispersal of Jews
will be completely ended. Life is
too complex for that and anti-
Semitism in the disordered state
after the war still remains a
danger to the Jews and to the
world. The last peace conference
was little concerned with that
question, though the Minorities
Treaties were not without some
application to them but today
antiSemitism is revealed as so
conspicuous a danger that we
shall have to deal with it direct-
ly. As the Study Course points
out, there are some students of
the Jewish problem who feel
that something must be done to
"outlaw" anti-Semitism. There
are others who see the problem
of anti-Semitism as one of the
general problems of democracy
and these would like to have an
International Bill of Rights pro-
tect the rights of Jews and other
groups who are discriminated
against.
There is little said today of a
League of Nations, but there is
talk of various federative plans
and there are proposals for re-
gional federations. How do such
plans affect the Jews? One con-
clusion of the Study Course im-
pressed the present writer in
particular. There is much food
for thought, we feel, in the con-
clusion that "in general, the larg-
er political and economic unit,
the better it is for the minori-
ties and especially for the Jews.
Facts proving that Jewish minor-
ities on the whole receive better
treatment in the multi-national
states, have been established by
outstanding Jewish historians."
The pros and eons of Palestine
and Zionism are unusually well
presented. The Study Course is
especially to be commended foe
presenting the Palestine picture
against the whole Near East
background. I have read a great
deal of Zionist literature but
somehow never realized before
just the size of areas in the Near
East lands occupied by the Arabs.
It is interesting to note, for ex-
ample, that while Palestine cov-
ers an area of some 10,000 square
miles, Transjordan has an area of
34.000 square miles, Syria, 58,-
000 square miles and Saudi. Ara-
bia, 900,000 square miles. There
are other Arab lands too with
vast spaces besides these.
In addition to the survey of
the various themes by experts,
the editors have ransacked
seemingly limitless field to gar-
ner choice bits from the men
who mold and interpret history
from Churchill to Prof. Toyn-
bee, from Dr. Benes to Israel
Zangwill. We have dehydrated
food. The war has forced that
upon us. We can take the water
out of food and save 75 percent
of the shipping space.
One thing is certain. When the
time of making Peace comes, we
shall stand at one of the most
critical .hours of history.
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Copyright 1S43. Jwih Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
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On every war front, from the
South Pacific to the rugged hills
of Sicily, from the jungles of
Panama to the icy slopes of At-
tu, in desert and lush forest, on
land, on the sea and in the air,
men are fighting in the uniforms
of the American armed forces.
Everywhere one finds among'
those sons and daughters of Am-1
erica. Jewish men and women. I
One sees them in the groups that
leave daily from the induction
centers for their first experience
in camp, often receiving a cheer-
ing farewell and a parting gift
from a committee of the Jewish
Welfare Board in their home
town.
When they arrive in the
strange surroundings of the re-
ception camp, eager for the new
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adventure but often also uncer-
tain as to what to q>Jctdoafctt
are dispelled and confidence re-
stored by the friendly greetings
of a Jewish Chaplain, easily
identified by the insignia that
he wears on his coat lapel, tne
traditional Star of David, sur-
mounting a rephca of the Ten
Commandments. Frequently the
chaplain is in the company of a
civilian, a JWB worker wearing
a gold pin USO, initials that
will become more familiar as the
recruit proceeds on his career in
the service.
The representative of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board shares in ex-
tending welcome to the newcom-
er. The young soldier is deeply
impressed with these symbols of
the concern of the folks back
home, the Jewish community of
America, in his welfare. Wher-
ever he goes, he will find these
representatives of his people and
through them will also be able
to maintain ties with civilian
life in the large city where he
may go when on leave, in the
small town near the camp, in
the humble synagogue of an old
southern community, in the com-
fortable, homelike USO club.
Throughout the land, the Jew-
ish Welfare Board has made pro-
visions for the care of our men
and women in uniform. The
workers of this organization,
numbering almost 300. serve over
600 military establishments in
continental United States and
outlying points army camps,
naval stations, air bases, on col-
lege campuses and in hospitals
on the mainland, in Hawaii,
Alaska, Central America, the
Carribbean Islands, and South
America. Almost everywhere
they find Jewish civilians, in
small or large numbers, organ-
ized as committees of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board, eager to offer
hospitality and friendship. Never
before has there been so gener-
ous an outpouring of Jewish
service, such a demonstration of
the kinship that binds our peo-
ple together the world over.
Over 400 communities exclu-
sive of those in foreign lands
are united in this vast service.
And in the foreign countries, the
Jewish Welfare Board, aided by
the Jewish Chaplains, has stimu-
lated local Jewish groups to ex-
tend the hand of brotherly friend-
ship to Americans in the armed
services. In foreign countries,
Jewish men in uniform are re-
ceived with a welcome deepened
by strong emotion. To Jews in
these lands, the boys symbolize
the democratic forces of libera-
tion and give evidence that in
America there is a virile Jewish
life, a community that is capa-
ble of contributing its hundreds
of thousands of fine young men
to the victory over the powers
of darkness.
In reporting on a recent Seder
observance in an Australian com-
munity, a JWB correspondent
writes, "Said one 'of tfcese Aus-
tralian Jews: This is the first
seder I have attended in 30 years.
Until now I had been worried
about the continuity of our peo-
ple. With only three of us with-
in hundred of miles, and with
stories of the virtual wiping out
of Jewry in Central Europe, I
had begun to believe that per-
haps our stock was dying out
And now suddenly I see several
hundred young, vigorous Amer-
ican Jews. And now I know that
our people are still carrying on.
And this splendid sight touches
me and warms my heart; for it
is a token that come what may
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NEW YEAR
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to you or me, our m^u
on forever'." "^willJ
In England, in far m. 1
tralia and New ZeaSLj0* *1
are sought out anfc3
into Jewish homeTfataS
gogues and clubs. Wh~ 2*1
blanca, Algiers and t0*
freed the emanciplff M
rushed into the strff Jm
brace those of our m?nV, a
recognized as Jewi tTVM
blanca, at Passover oLtM
community insisted on nTJSl
a Seder for the 1500"fcJgS
located there, baked unflSi
round matzos and even S*
Ptal Haggadah dSeBS
the American armed far~r3A
though the Je^WeftJ
had sent matzos. wine HalnS
and other supplies everrr* '
American troops were 2
ocal Jewish group, were
to supplement from their i
stores.
Often the U. S. Arm,
In Iran, the army baked mtt
In Australia Haggadahs ;
printed. Our boys and the wl
wh Chaplains have been
foundry moved by these dJ3
strations of kinship. No oneJ
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estimate the full effect of
association. Certain it is that
men are becoming acquaint-
with Jewish life in foreign
ids at firsthand, and their
lowlcdge and understanding
Tl spread as they move into
e country after another freed
fen the oppressor. When they
[turn to America, they wiu
mre developed a stronger Jew-
i consciousness and a deeper
Etse of obligation for their fel-
Jews. They will be in po-
fon to evaluate intelligently
measures and plans that the
/ish community of America
|U offer for the aid and re-
istruction of Jewish life in
i liberated countries.
Indeed our men and women
< the armed forces have given
ny indications of an abiding
raity to things Jewish, They
five been responsive beyond ex-
JewlsiifhrkMaMi
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pectation to the religious and
social program offered by the
Jewish Welfare Board, particu-
larly to the ministrations of the
Jewish Chaplains. In sharp con-
trast to the inadequate provision
in World War I there is today a
substantial corps of rabbis who
serve as chaplains in the Army
and Navy, at home and over-
seas. Today there are 23 Jewish
chaplains in the Navy, serving
at training stations and at ports.
There was only one naval chap-
lain in World War I. There is
now one chaplain in the Mer-
chant Marine, and he is the first
Jewish chaplain in this import-
ant service. There are already
152 Jewish chaplains in the Army
and the number will grow to at
least 200 before very long. There
were 26 all told in World War I.
Of the Jewish chaplains in the
Army 35 are already overseas in
combat areas and more are going
over constantly. One Jewish
chaplain, Rabbi Alexander
Goode, has already made the
supreme sacrifice, going down
with his ship on the way to for-
eign service, giving up his life
belt and choosing a heroic death
with his men. Others have al-
ready been with troops in front
line action, sharing with them
the dangers of life in fox holes,
tending the wounded and offi-
ciating in the solemn rites of
burial over graves marked with
the Star of David.
The men and women in the
service, away from home, some
of them for the first time, seek
eagerly opportunities for con-
tact with civilian Jewish life.
One of the chief tasks of the
Jewish Welfare Board is to ar-
range for such associations. The
Jewish Welfare Board organizes
the Jewish families to provide
hospitality and arranges social
events in which men and women
in uniform may participate.
Thousands of letters written by
soldiers and their parents attest
to the warmth of the receptions
accorded to our boys in far off
places. There are many loca-
tions, however, where there are
few or no Jewish residents. The
Jewish Welfare Board worker
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Jewish fellowship that the.men
need. Our workers seek out the
men wherever they are located
at a remote air base, on maneu-
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lonely beach or in the dense
tropical jungle. As full a pro-
gram as possible is provided. En-
tertainment is arranged, movies
are shown, magazines, newspa-
pers and books are distributed
to all men, Christian and Jews.
Religious services are conducted
by the Jewish Welfare Board
worker or a nearby rabbi, for
despite the relatively large num-
ber of Jewish chaplains on duty
they can cover less than a third
of the places where Jewish men
are stationed. The Jewish Wel-
fare Board organizes the services
at all other posts.
Because of the isolation of so
many military establishments,
the larger cities of the country
have been organized to meet the
needs of the men at distant
camps through the joint efforts
or the major national women's
organizations of the country
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men; National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods; National La-
dies Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States;
Women s Branch of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America; Women's Division
of American Jewish Congress;
Women s League of the United
Synagogue of America and Ha-
dassah. They constitute the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Welfare Board. Their local units
and other local groups have
formed Serve-A-Camp Commit-
tees, collecting necessary articles,
recreational equipment and even
sending food and refreshments
at great distances to our work-
ers who then distribute them to
the men, regardless of creed. Thus
the earnest desire of thousands
of women to serve our soldier
sons finds expression in a fine
mobilization of the woman pow-
er of the Jewish community.
The same spirit is manifest in
the service to the sick men at
Army camps and to the wounded
and disabled men who have re-
turned from battle overseas.
The Jewish Welfare Board looks
after them insofar as their re-
ligious, social and personal needs
are concerned. The need is grow-
ing and the program is expand-
ing as casualties mount and as
we near the climatic aspects of
the war. Every hospital is visit-
ed regularly by our workers,
often accompanied by small, ex-
perienced committees of women.
When the men are able, they are
provided with opportunities to
visit with Jewish families and
to attend entertainments at USO
Clubs and in other facilities.
Closely related to the work
for the disabled men, is the ser-
vice to veterans and their fami-
lies. The Jewish Welfare Board,
as an accredited agency of the
Veterans Administration, has the
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OCTOBER
It Happened Last Year
(HOSH HASHONAH REVIEW OF THE YEAH)
By MILTON BROWN
Copyright. 1943. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.


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The Jewish year 5702 will go
down as the darkest year in
Jewish history, and indeed in
the history of the world.
There were those periods of
the Middle Ages which we are
prone to call the Dark Ages, but
tive was open to the Jews under
the rule of the Nazis.
Not the Jews of one country
were affected by the Nazi mur-
ders of the past year, but that
of the whole European conti-
nent. The continent of Europe.

with the exception of the Jews
no 12 months of that era had so of Russia, and to a lesser extent
much of the pitch black as the, of the Balkan country and a few | jn Palestine, conferring with Ben
past year. Jews have gone \ other isolated spots, has been Gurion and Henrietta Szold and
various sorts, who could help
perhaps in constructing fortifica-
tions for the Nazis. The Nazis al-
lowed these to render their serv-
ices for the Nazis before exe-
cuting them.
It is always darkest before
dawn. This trite proverb can be
our only consolation. The years
which gave terrible reality to
Hitler's promise that he would
make Jews forget to laugh is
tolerable only by the fact that
it saw the beginning of the un-
doing of the twentieth century
Haman.
The year 5702 began with Jew-
ish eyes directed at Palestine.
and the Middle East. Wendell |
Willkie spent last Rosh Hashonah
tion of American armed forces
various Arab leaders. The Medi-
terranean area was of general in-
terest at the time because there
the Allies, save for Russia, had
through the period of the de-1 virtually cleared of its Jews. Its
struct ion of Jerusalem, of the | jews have been exterminated.
Spanish exquisition. of expulsions i Two million Jews, it was said,
from this and that land. They j at first had been put to death
knew Haman and Torquemada | by the Nazis. Other estimates n~ad the only encounter with the
nd Witte but all of this shrinks; place the number of Jews mur- j ______
when compared to what the ; dered at four million. The women I Continued on Page 13
Jewish world saw in the past equally with the men. The young J --------------------------
year. .girl equally with the boy. The t J ... ,f F^>,
The Romans deported the j child in mothers arms has been J\ uiCTlCufl JW8
Jews to captivity, out the de- | placed before a German machine \ # _.
portations of the Romans meant; gun or thrown into a cell and j in A YTYiPft r /ll*/*P deportation, not what it came to | gassed to death equally with his '
mean under the Nazis. In the i father. None has been spared
Spanish Inquisition, the Jews, save a small percentage who
were allowed the alternative of i were indispensable for the Nazi
conversion, but no such alterna-' military efforts as craftsmen of
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responsibility of serving them at
Veterans Hospitals and in hand-
ling their claims for benefits.
We are already serving veterans
of the present war discharged
from the service because of some
disability. The number will grow
land will assume large propor-
tions when the conflict ends As i
a Jewish community we shall
not forget these men and the i
sacrifices they have made, for \
the Jewish Welfare Board has i
a permanent obligation to serve
them. In the expanded program,
already inaugurated, the Jewish
Welfare Board will work in as-
sociation with the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States.
We think of active participa- '
in this war as having merely be-
gun. But we are already fighting
for as long a period as we did in
World War I and the saddening
lists of casualties attest to the
bitterness of the struggle. Among
the heroic dead, among the vete-
rans wounded in front line action
and in the battle on sea and in
the sky. among those who have
achieved recognition for brave
exploits, we may count an im-
pressive number of Jewish men.
Space does not permit of re-
counting the full story of the
heroism of these men. It is being
recorded in publications issued
by the Jewish Welfare Board
from time to time. The compila-
tion of this information and
other research that will reveal
the full measure of Jewish par-
ticipation in the war, is the task
of the Bureau of War Records of
the Jewish Welfare Board. The
work is done as an obligation to
the Jewish community, to con-
tinue the thread of our historic
contribution to the preservation
of America and to write in clear,
bold letters, the facts that bear
witness to the willingness of
Jews, from the beginning of their
history, to fight and die in the
struggle for the victory of the
ideals of freedom and justice. We
have already suffered casualties
in numbers that Hem
>ond quest,ona\hdaT0^ I ,
men are do,ne their L*"^
with their fellawXa^a
every battlefront Wi> !
eral hundred heroW ^ *1
for bravery, oftm ,**
once, (one lad of a ST'
received 11 medals), j^
ous undertakings 0n V?
sea and m the air "*
The story needs t0 be toW
is being told bv the Ca*T
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uh Welfare Board, a njL
resenting the AmericanTM
Committee, the a."- Je*al
Committee, the American 7*
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iy. At last Rosh Hashonah,
imel was reported pausing
ire resuming the fight. Rom-
was being pushed back. The
ish were enjoying the first
of victory. Palestine Jews
played a not insignificant as-
,nce in this. A regiment of
ish engineers were credited
i having been responsible for
building of the fortifications
h stopped Rommel at El
lin. Altogether the British,
.as estimated, had some 50
panies of Palestine Jewish
era in the service.
_e new Jewish year was
wg when America was thrill-
|to hear the news of the land-
of American troops in North
|ica. The first body of Amer-
troops to reach the Alger-
beaches were led by Lieut.
I Rosenberg of New Jersey!
ierican troops as they advanc-
jto the interior were welcomed
no portion of the population
so great a joy as the Jew-
PAGE SEVENTEEN
ish. American newspapermen
accompanying the expedition re-
ported that little Jewish children
had hung about their hands and
kissed their shoes. All told, North
Africa contained 330,000 Jews.
In Washington, President
Roosevelt told a press confer-
ence, "I have requested the lib-
eration of all persons in North
Africa who had been imprisoned
because they opposed the efforts
of the Nazis to dominate the
world and I have asked for the
abrogation of all the laws and
decrees inspired by the Nazi
governments or Nazi ideologies."
The situation in North Africa
from the military standpoint was
one of delicacy. It will be re-
called that there was no little
heat ventilated when the libera-
tion of Jews and liberals did not
seem to follow the pace expected.
Jewish and liberal indignation
rose at its height when General
Giraud abrogated the Cremieux
law which had give the Jews the
right to vote. The details of that
controversy need not be rehears-
ed here. Secretary Hull in a re-
cent statement to the Jewish La-
bor Committee has said that the
matter is now being studied by
the French Committee of Na-
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tional Liberation and he is hope-
ful now that the military situa-
tion in North Africa has been
cleared, that full justice will be
done to the Jewish claim.
With the fall of Tunis, all of
North Africa was in Allied hands.
Jews were pleased by the report
that General Bradley had dis-
patched an American Jewish of-
ficer, Lieut. Klein of Waukegan,
HI., to give the Nazi general the
American terms of unconditional
surrender, in the final North Af-
rican engagement.
On the secular New Year ush-
ering in 1943, Adolf Hitler made
a public speech. It was the last
public speech he made, perhaps
the last he will make in person
before he is hung. In it, Jews
were mentioned no less than 13
times. t
Shortly before Stephen S. Wise
at a press conference had re-
vealed that he was in possession
of evidence, much of it substan-
tiated by the State Department,
that the Nazis were behind a
plan for the total extinction of
the Jews in the Nazi occupied
lands. It was later revealed that
the details of the plan had been
worked out by Reinhold Hey-
drich, "the hangman" who was
later to be assassinated in Czecho-
slovakia. The Office of War In-
formation reported that 6.000
Jews were being executed daily.
The Naii Mass Murders of Jtws
Mass murders by the Nazis had
not been unknown before. It was
fairly commonplace for them in
any of the Russian points occu-
pied by them to drive the Jews
before them and then command
them to dig their own graves be-
fore being shot down, but now
the Jews of the ghettos and of
the small villages were, it was
revealed, being methodically "de-
ported" to special camps which
were execution centers. These
death camps located in isolated
parts were more favorable for
their mass murders. If the Jews
in the Warsaw ghetto were an-
nihilated in wholesale, the news
could not be spread to their Pol-
ish neighbors in Warsaw and the
Nazis were apprenhensjve of the
world reaction. The Nazis lead-
ers knew in the back of their
hearts that the day might come
when they would have to beg for
mercy and it wouldn't do there-
fore to murder a whole people
publicly. Besides at the death
camps, the executions could be
facilitated. Murder had there
been reduced to a mass industry.
Men, women and children were
killed as cattle in stockyards.
The cry went up throughout
Jewry that something must be
done to rescue the Jews from
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mass meetings were attended by
tens of thousands, and 500,000
Jewish workers in New York
observed a ten minutes stoppage
from work. In Tel Aviv, huge
street processions took place, in
which the Holy Scrolls were car-
ried aloft and signs carried in
the parade asked, "Where are
the democratic governments?"
The governments had taken
some steps before this. President
Roosevelt had broadcast a warn-
ing that those responsible for
the murder of innocent civilians
would be held to accountability
at the end of the war.
Responding to a demand that
something more concrete must
be done, the British and Amer-
ican governments announced that
a conference would be held at
Bermuda to devise ways and
means of rescue.
The conference, when held,
ruled out of its program any
steps which would interfere
with military measures and any
steps which meant contacting the
Nazis government. It would con-
tinue itself, it developed, to deal-
ing with such Jews as were al-
ready refugees, who had escaped
from the Hitler rule and were
now in the neutral countries.
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order that we might hear things
which can be heard from the
front benches of Parliament any
day."' asked the London Times.
The Jewish press and the lib-
eral press generally expressed
disappointment with the confer-
ence.
In the late Spring, there came
reports of Warsaw making a fi-
nal and heroic stand against an-
nihilation. Some few months be-
fore, the head of the Jewish ghet-
to. Dr. Cherniakov, had been
found dead. He had killed him-
self rather than prepare a list
of 100.000 Jews for "deportation"'
by the Nazis.
The reports of the brave stand
of the Warsaw Jews in its last
days aroused admiration through-
out the world. The Warsaw Jews
had gone down fighting, know-
ing that they had no possible
chance against the overwhelm-
ing might of the Nazis, but they
had made the Nazis pay dearly
for their final conquest.
Shortly after, Samuel Zygle-
jom, a Jewish member of the
Polish parliament in exile in
London, committed suicide. He
left a note explaining that he
had taken his life in the hope of
awakening the world from its
apathy in regard to the fate of
the Jews of Poland. "My com-
rades in the Warsaw ghetto." the
note read, "took weapons in their
hands on the last heroic im-
pulse. It wss not my destiny to
die together with them, but I
belong to them and in their mass
graves. By my death, I wish to
express my strongest protest
against the inactivity with which
the world is looking on and per-
mitting the extermination of my
people."
Russia. Palestine and Other
Countries
In the Jewish inferno of Eu-
rope, it was only the Jews of
Russia excluding the few neu-
tral countries, facing of course
the inevitable suffering of the
war. nevertheless were free of
any special suffering because of
their being Jews. The Jews of
Russia, it may indeed be said,
never were so much Jews since
the beginning of the Soviet re-
gime, as they have been since
the beginning of the war. Their
Jewish consciousness was seem-
ingly heightened. Russian Jews
in the war seemed to take a par-
ticular delight for example in
naming bombers after Jewish
military heroes. Thus, a bomber
was named after Bar Cochba.
Russian Jews were grateful for
aid from Palestine Jewry and
representatives of the Russian
government visited Palestine.
Similarly, the Jewish Anti-Fas-
cist Committee made contacts
with the Jewries of the world
and Russian Jewry resumed iU
lost contacts to a degree with
world Jewry. ... 11
The role plap*Jg j*u*;
sian Jews in the War effort tf
Russia was conspicuous. At uie
25th anniversary celebration or
the organization of the Red
I Army, the list of those cited for
special honors on the field of
battle and in industry for the
war effort, contained no less
than 5.000 names. It was revealed
that more than 20 Jews held the
rank of general in the Russian
army.
Palestine was the first of the
countries embroiled in the war,
to return to relative normalcy
as the result of the routing of
Rommel and the clearing of the
Mediterranean. Palestine Jews
had contributed more than 30,-
000 troops to the British forces
in the Middle East, in addition
to the Home Guard stationed in
Palestine. In addition Palestine
had proven no little of an arse-
nal and supply station for Al-
lied troops in the Middle East
The fact that the Red Cross se-
lected Tel Aviv as the site for
a club for American soldiers is
indictive as was also the subse-
quent establishment of the larg-
est hospital for troops for the
Middle East in Palestine. In Pal-
estine too was established one
of the schools to train officers
for the AMGOT.
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sion seemed menacing, had co-
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expressions of the Palestine ad-
ministration had been pro-Arab
rather than pro-Jewish. The High
Commissioner had announced
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cording to which all Jewish im-
migration to Palestine is per-
manently stopped. The High
Commissioner had also announc-
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uation was evidenced in Ben
Gurion's statement, that "the
fateful days of decision, when all
Jewish rights and all Jewish
might will be needed to defend
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were cleared out or exter-
ited, following the occupa-
of the whole of France, the
cution and extermination
directed also against the na-
born Jews of France.
, Belgium, according to the
Han Bureau of Information,
Jews were "deported" to use
Nazi euphemism for execut-
ISimilarly, in Holland, accord-
to latest reports, only a few
thousand Jews remain of all
{land's Jewish population and
are concentrated in Am-
iam.
rom Lithuania, from Latvia,
a Galicia, the Jews had all
Appeared to deathaccording
oports reaching neutral coun-
i. In Greece, the same fate
visited on the Jews. In the
in countries, thousands of
jrs were sent to compulsory
br on the Russian war front.
[Bulgaria, when 95,000 Jet's
deported to such labor,
were public demonstrations
protest but these protests only
tyed the deportations. In Rou-
ia, there were large transfers
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of the Jewish population to vari-
ous Nazi zones and a four hun-
dred million lei penalty was im-
posed on the Jews permitted to
remain.
The hounding and extermina-
tion of the Jews had aroused
wide sympathies for Jews in va-
rious parts of the occupied coun-
tries. Thousands of Jews were
reported as being secreted by
friendly Christians in those
countries to save them from Nazi
hands, yet in the face of all of
this holacaust of suffering, pre-
judice against the Jew did not
entirely cease. In fact, in Eng-
land, it was reported that anti-
Semitism was undergoing some-
thing of a recrudescence. In Pol-
and, the violent Endekes too had
not learned their lesson and the
death of General Sikorski, the
Premier of the Polish govern-
ment in exile meant the lass of a
Polish leader who had been sane
and tolerant on the Jewish issue.
The American Jewish Scan*
In America, the forces of re-
action and anti-Semitism, allied
as they were with the Nazi forces,
were constrained to go into hid-
ing. Many of the anti-Semitic
haranguers were sent to jail be-
cause of their Nazi associations.
Jewish groups joined with other
liberal groups in the fight on dis-
crimination in employment in
the war industries, resulting in
the establishment of the Presi-
dent's Committee on Fair Em-
ployment Practices, which seeks
to ferret out cases of bias in the
war industries on account race
or creed.
American Jewish participation
in the war effort was marked in
all directions. No complete rec-
ord is yet available of the num-
ber of Jews in the army, navy
and air forces, but an indica-
tion of the extent of Jewish par-
ticipation was to be seen in the
announcement by the Jewish
Welfare Board that more than
100,000 Jews in the armed forces
attended the Passover Seders in
the camps.'The number of Jews
in the service is estimated to be
well over 300,000.
The record of American Jew-
ish heroism as war went on con-
tinued to uphold the precedent
which was established in the
first days after Pearl Harbor by
Sergeant Meyer Levin. Sergeant
Schiller Cohen flying over Ber-
lin was decorated 13 times. Lieu-
tenant Taback, another air hero
was decorated 11 times. The
newspapers were replete with
the names of the Cohens, Rosen-
bergs, the Kleins, who had per-
formed exceptional feats on the
field of battle.
The spirited Jewish response
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to the critical demands of the
time was evidenced also in the
field of Jewish philanthropy. On
an average, the Welfare Funds
throughout the country, increas-
ed their collections between 25
and 40 per cent and the United
Jewish Appeal announced a cam-
paign to raise the unprecedented
sum of twenty-five millions.
Public opinion in America was
deeply stirred by the Nazi mass
murders of Jews and huge dem-
onstrations in protest were held
in many parts of the country.
Tens of thousands thronged
Madison Square Garden on July
20. to hear Governor Lehman,
Senator Lodge, Wm. Green and
Mayor La Guardia address a pro-
test meeting, to which President
Roosevelt sent a special mess-
aSe- gj Chicago, Cleveland, Los
Angeles and other American
cities, similar meetings were
held.
To harness the united forces
of American Jewry for the re-
habilitation of Jewry after the
war and in order to be able to
present a united stand and a
unified program before the even-
tual peace conference, a gather-
ing of leaders of American Jew-
ish organizations took place at
Pittsburgh, on the invitation of
Henry Monsky, President of the
Order B'nai B'rith and it waa
decided to summon into being
an American Jewish Conference
representative of all groups,
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Rosh Hashonah Greetings
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From the Praiidant
WashingtonPresident Roose-
velt, in a Rosh Hashonah mes-
sage expressed his admiration of
the Jewish contribution to the
American war effort and praised
their loyaRy as fellow citizens.
The message reads:
"To those of the Jewish faith
upon this anniversary of their
New Year, I send greetings. At
the same time I welcome the op-
portunity it affords me to express
again my admiration of the con-
tribution which this loyal group
f our fellow citizens has made
to the nation's achievements dur-
ing the past year on the inexor-
able march toward victory."
Franklin D. Roosevelt
onah message issued by Vice-
President H. A. Wallace to the
Jews of America:
"I am sure that in spite of the
terrible ordeals suffered by the
Jews in Germany and in all of
the occupied countries, they are
more hopeful as this Rosh Hash-
onah approaches than they have
been in many years. All of us
must fight and pray until people
everywhere can again live in a
free world."
Henry A. Wallace
to all Americans of the Jewish
faith. It seems appropriate at
this season to express again my
constant sympathy with them in
their sorrow over those of their
religion who still live and die in
the deep shadow of persecution.
It is also appropriate at this time
for us to rejoice together over the
world's quickening hope (or the
dawn of a new year in which we
may realize peace at last for all
the great brotherhood of man-
Cordell Hull
From the Vica-Prasidant
The following is a Rosh Hash-
From tha Sacratary of Stata
The following is a Rosh Hash-
onah message issued by the Sec-
retary of State to the Jews of
America:
"On the occasion of the cele-
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I desire to extend my greetings
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of the Interior Harold L. Ickes to
the Jews of America:
"This Jewish New Year dawns
with the light of hope for Jews
and other oppressed peoples in
Europe. One of the criminals, a
persecutor of helpless Jews and
an enemy of civilization, has al-
ready fallen and is in craven hid-
ing. The other criminals, par-
ticularly those in Berlin and
Tokyo, already see the hand-
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liberation for Jews and other tor-
tured and oppressed peoples is
inevitablv approaching.'
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It Happened
_ Last Year
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for possible havens. Herbert
Hoover urged the establishment
of a Jewish haven in the high-
lands of Africa. Others urged
the merits of Santo Domingo and
an experimental settlement was
established in Sosua. There were
advocates of portions of Ethiopia
and one of the islands of the
Phillipines, while one organiza-
tion was committed to the Kim-
berly regions of Australia.
The bulk of the accent con-
tinued to dwell on Palestine, but
American Zionists were far from
optimistic over diplomatic reac-
tions to Zionist aspirations. Ad-
dressing a United Palestine Ap-
peal conference in May, Rabbi
Abba Hiilel Silver said: "The
whole subject of a Jewish home-
land has suddenly become taboo
in Washington. Our former
friends in government circles
content themselves with sending
us prolific expressions of sym-
athy on Jewish persecution."
ater the Zionists were deeply
chagrined when the noted Wash-
ington columnist Drew Pearson
made public a story to the ef-
fect that there ,
the State DepartmIJ1S
themselves with thTi S
Ibn Saud and Vekm^Nl
damper on all ?>S t3
in the country.
A sad and terrible
year lt has been. ButV
will yet# laugh. They JL
dants of Isaac and Cl
brew connotes Uuh*J
the Jews of Galicia 7*1
mans of Hamburg hivt nL;
perienced ... ^*'
The first break in J
bastion of Eumrope *m
phetic. With the fall of
came the ousting of Mb
and the first reports from L
told of the annulment of
racial laws. These reportj %.
later denied but the snushjMj
Fascism is already iSf
Jews and the Nazi hold a |
Balkans now quivers as the 1
ian stronghold of the Axiii
A quotation of which }
dent Roosevelt is very fondjj
apropos "The milli o(!
gods grind slowly but they)
exceedingly fine."
Happv New Year
To All Our
Friends
of the first World War. On this
'body was-reposed the task not
only of formulating a Jewish
program for the peace confer-
ence but of taking action also
, towards relieving as far as pos-
sible the immediate Jewish dis-
' tress, particularly as to the refu-
gee and the surviving Jews in
the Nazi occupied countries and
satellite states
The problem of the eventual
peace loomed in importance.
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every civic and welfare movement for the good of the
general community, takes pleasure in extending to all
Jewry sincere wishes for
A IfflAFPY MEW TCAM
LEONARD K. THOMSON
MAYOR
FRED W^HOSEA
R. C. GARDNER
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A. B. CUKRY
CITY MANAGER
JAMES A. DUNN
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)BER 1, 1943
k Year Jft
Overseas Relief
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pmber. Jewish communities in
Africa faced added re
sibilities after the landing of
|rican troops (November 7,
)). The release of refugees
labor and internment camps
contingent upon immediate
Vision of maintenance for per-
' released. J. D. C. made funds
liable to its local committees
Casablanca and Algiers, pro-
jig for transportation for
aer internees, and mainte-
[e until employment was
foremost among J. D. C.'s ac-
lements during this year was
continued sponsorship of emi-
Jion out of Europe, with Spain
Portugal as the chief exit
pts. From America's entry in-
Lhe war to date, it has enabled
Iroximately 10,000 persons to
rate to Palestine and to coun-
in the Western Hemisphere,
number includes the transfer
(70 Jewish children from Hun-
and Rumania to Palestine,
Turkey, and of 90 Bulgarian
jgees who went from Turkey
Cyprus. It also allocated funds
|bring 600 destitute Yemenite
|rs from Aden to Palestine.
Thousands of Jewish refugees
re the beneficiaries of medical
surgical supplies sent to Soviet
ja through the J. D. C. Addi-
mil aid for these destitute refu-
kg is now being made available
lough packages of food and
Ithing sent to designated indi-
luals in this region from Iran
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and the other middle-eastern coun-
tries. Refugees reaching the neut-
ral areas 0f Sweden, Turkey and
Portugal also received J. D. C.
id in maintaining themsleves
there during the past year.
The Hebrew Sheltering and Im-
migrant Aid Society (HIAS) also
continued its work of aid and res-
cue of refugees in the face of
mounting difficulties. At the So-
ciety's annual convention on
March 7, 1943, the report sub-
mitted by Abraham Herman,
president, and Isaac L. Aaofsky,
executive director, indicated that
the resources of the HIAS and
its European instrumentality, the
HIAS-ICA Emigration Association
(HICEM) now functioning at
Lisbon had been devoted during
the year to the rescue of refugees
who succeeded in escaping from
Nazi and Nazi-occupied countries.
The report showed that the
HIAS-ICA had been instrumental
in organizing and aiding the emi-
gration of 4,780 refugees from
Europe during 1942. In addition,
at least twice as many refugees
received various kinds of assist-
ance and guidance from HIAS-
ICA *prior to their departure from
Europe. A total of 2,500 refugees
who were guided and assisted by
the organization arrived in South
America countries and 2,200
found refuge in Central America.
From the beginning of the war
up to January 1, 1943, the "Res-
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cue through Emigration" program
of the HIAS-ICA has enabled
125,000 Jewish refugees to leave
Europe, according to a report pre-
sented to the HIAS board of di-
rectors in May 1943 by Dr. James
Bernstein, director of the HIAS-
ICA, upon his return from Lis-
bon. To finance its "Rescue
through Emigration" program in
1942 HIAS obtained $1,166,653
from American relatives and
friends of refugees aided, and
raised $838,150 for the mainten-
ance of its services at home and
abroad.
As in the past, HIAS continued
its services to refugees after their
arrival here, as well as handling
inquiries about immigration and
naturalization from their Ameri-
can relatives and friends. Boats
were met by the Society's pier
service, petitions for visas were
drawn up, shelter and meals to
new arrivals were provided by its
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shelter department, employment
was obtained by its employment
department, and legal advice and
aid were provided in appeals be-
fore the Department of Justice
and to applicants for citizenship.
The work of the American ORT
Federation, as an affiliate of the
World ORT Union, during the
past year was characterized by
increased activity in the Western
Hemisphere. As in the past, ORT
continued to help Jews through-
out the world adjust themselves
by training them in trades and
agriculture. The Buenos Aires
ORT school in Argentine, estab-
lished in 1942, greately expanded
its activities during the_ period
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Palestine Returns to Normal
By ABRAHAM HARRIS
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
First in war, first in peace.
Such in brief might describe
Palestine's record.
Palestine felt the war long be-
fore the invasion of Poland and
the by-passing of the Maginot
line. It felt it before the days of
the invasion of Danzig and the
Polish corridor. The shock was
felt over the hills of Judaea when
Mussolini marched his cohorts in-
to Ethiopia back in 1938.
Palestine had been experienc-
ing something of a boom up to
then. Large numbers of refugees
were coming in from Germany.
Hitler had at the time only "in-
Taded" the Jews of Germany.
While wise men sensed that this j
"invasion" of the Jews would be
followed by other invasions. Hitler
at the time, while busy preparing
for war, was proclaiming how
much he loved peace.
Mussolini's march on Ethiopia
found the great statesmen of the
world still trying to dream of
maintaining peace, but Palestine
was rudely jolted as the word
pread "war on the Mediterra-
nean." Palestine had been bene-
fiting no little by the inflow of
tourist!and the Ethiopia* vtar
immediately put an end to this.
The economic machine is a very
lensitive one. The stoppage of
the tourist business and the isloa-
tion of Palestine by the war in
Ethiopia reacted on business gen-
erally. There developed a run on
the banks in Palestine, and follow-
ing that, unemployment increased.
This in turn made the field ripe
for the Arab demagogues. The
Mufti and his disciples got busy
and Palestine was soon involved
in disturbances in which the Jews
and Arabs, fighting each other,
staged a little war of their own.
Sir John Dill, now a Marshall of
the British forces, was sent to
Palestine to put down the trouble.
It has been said by some that the
Axis already had its hand in these
Palestine troubles, that Axis
agents, working through the
Arabs, experimented first with
land mines in Palestine as they
tried out various other weapons
and processes of warfare in
Spain.
Palestine thus went through an
internecine war until Rommel be-
gan his march. How near the Axis
forces came to Palestine is a mat-
ter too recent to need retelling.
At the very threshold of Pales-
tine, Hitler turned to Russia in a
way that a good Jew would have
said was a miraculous rescue. At
any rate, it was at the time of
this turn into Russia when at the
very door of Palestine that the
collapse of the Nazis began. Sub-
sequently, Rommel made another
effort in the direction of Pales-
tine but thanks to the forces of
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AND DAUGHTER
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Wish for
A MOST HAPPY NEW
YEAR
Tho OFFICERS sad DIRECTORS of
Congregation Schaarei Zedek
xprsss tholr thsjaks and grateful appraciation for lha
assistance ths past yaar and sxtand bast wlshss for a
year full of
JOY, PEACE nd HAPPINESS
General Eisenhower end Mont-
gomery, the army of the modem
Pharoah was annihilated.
So, through the clearing of
North Africa, peace came to
Palestine. The danger of any
further invasion of the Near East
was eliminated. The Mediterra-
nean presented to Palestine, first,
the problem which all nations in
the transition from a war time
economy to peace time economy
must face.
On July 13, it was reported that
a Jewish delegation appearing be-
fore the High Commissioner of
Palestine pointed out that the
opening of the Mediterranean,
permitting transportation of sup-
plies from England, had resulted
in less army orders for Palestine
industry and threatened the Jews
in Palestine with economic de-
pression and unemployment.
The delegation, representing
the Palestine Industrial Associa-
tion, asked the Palestine govern-
ment to take steps to open new
markets in neighboring countries
for Palestine goods.
The perils attending the shift
from war to peace had, of course,
been partially foreseen in Pales-

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The Year In
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(Continued from Page 81)
under review. Other ORT schools
opened during 1942 in the Ameri-
cas included a technical school in
Quebec, Canada, at the refugee
camp at lie Anx Noix; the Mon-
treal ORT Training School; and
a trade school for refugees In
New York City. During the first
half of 1943 an ORT school for
refugees was opened in Havana,
Cuba, and an ORT technical school
began its operations in Montev-
ideo, Uruguay. In Mexico, con-
structive aid has been given by
the local ORT Committee since
June 1942 in the form of provid-
ing needy artisans with funds for
acquiring machinery and instru-
ments to enable them to establish
their own worshops.
Parallel to this increased activi-
ty In the Western Hemisphere
ORT continued Its work In Europe
ss far u the ,itUtUoo
In SwWland, becTuT?
Crest influx of ntnLt
this period, ORT muWuvT
workshop, in inte^S*
for refugees. Accordin. u '
information, the Am**,*
Federation reports, the ORT L
mittee in France, Hunnr,
Shanghai have contina*4 u fl
tion through the put Z1
support the .hove prorrj,
American ORT Federation^!
in 1942 the gum of iMO.sjT
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Uestine Returns
To Normalcy
[Continued from Page 22)
as they have in other coun-
The High Commissioner
le time ago announced a plan
T>ost-war reconstruction, which
J designed in part to take care
this expected lag in employ-
It. The Jews, however, have
been -very happy over the
Commissioner's plan. The
til Zionist Actions Committee
la meeting in July adopted a
Tlution, by virtually a unani-
ks vote announcing their in-
[ion to refuse to participate in
[High Commissioner's post-war
instruction plan.
fThe Actions Committee," said
I resolution, "reasserts that the
Hsh people and the Jews of
estine will not participate in
[reconstruction plan announced
]the High Commissioner of Pai-
ne as well as any other future
imes based on the White
fer. They will fight all such
jmes."
fhe crux of the opposition of
Jews to this post-war plan
therefore, in the fact that
kes as its fundamental prera-
fthe White Paper by which the
nitration of the Jews to Pales-
is to be completely stopped
,_ year.
The White Paper is the un-
vn X in the determination of
what normalcy will be for
estine when full peace comes,
the White Paper is upheld
Jewish immigration stopped,
lually the finish of the chJpter
[Jewish development of Pales-
will have been written.
ine year ago, any discussion
[the subject would have likely
sn a very negative attitude as
[as the hopes of annuling the
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White Paper were concerned. Then
the danger in the Near East was
great and the desire to propitiate
the Arabs very strong. The situa-
tion, of course, now is greatly
changed, yet it cannot be said
that the danger is altogether past.
The Arabs, it is true, have not
behaved in such a way as to make
the Allies feel particularly grate-
ful to them and yet the Arabs
still are too much of a power for
anyone to discount them.
There is much talk of a Pan-
Arbic confederation and such a
federation of Arab states could
not be easily balked. Yet it is
pertinent to point out also, that
such talk thus far has been purely
talk. When the emissaries of the
Arab states get together, It ap-
pears that they too have their
problems. The Emir Abdullah of
Transjordan has been one of the
strongest advocates of a Pan-
Arab Federation but the Emir ap-
parently always has in the back
'of his mind that he will be the
head of this Federation and Ibn
Saud, the ruler of Saudi-Arabia,
has similar desires of his own.
And each apparently would rather
"reign in hell than serve in
Heaven."
There is further the matter of
British policy to consider. Mr.
Churchill has flatly declared that
he was not named the King's first
minister in order to preside at
the liquidation of the British Em-
pire. Before the war, when Mr.
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
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Churchill could speak more frank-
ly than he can today, he was a
strong Zionist supporter and it
may be said, too, that the Zionist
plans for Palestine would seem to
work with British policy. It is
essential for the British to work
with British policy. It is essential
for the British that in such a
strategic position as Palestine,
where Asia, Africa and Europe
meet, where the Suez Canal lies,
that there be a people friendly to
the British and the Jews can be
counted on for such friendliness.
Should the door of Palestine be
opened to free and full Jewish
immigration, there is every reason
to believe that Palestine will see
a period, at least for some length
of time after the war, of great
prosperity. It cannot be doubted
that in such an event, both the
Jews and the world at large would
undertake bolder plans than have
been considered in the past.
There is talk, for example, of
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war development of Palestine,
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I filled with more hop than at my P/tlrcfiti* Raw/sit-afe
.._. -. ^. TT w-, time m the past four years, n* ;*-** |VT*"
righting On The Home Front!*- Al,*d -*-
THE BATTLE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
By RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
Nattaaal Director of the AnliDtfinitiH Leagaa of B'aai B'rita
' the Axis and the frowinc aware-
ness of Christians that anti-Semit-
ism is a social evil too hideous to
tolerate, prompt the hope that out
of today's carnage will emerge a I and Palestine appeals,
world ot decency and freedom
To Normalcy
(Continued from Pag* 23)
projects were dependent on what
could be raised by voluntary rifts
this sergeant from has been named after him to con-
Guadalcanal says to me: Whenl meraorate his valor."
we get through with the Japs over' The quiet man leaned forward,
there, aiy buddies and I are and continued:
reining back to America to take "The list is endless, my friend.
care of the Jews.' I can give you facts. But perhaps
The speaker in the club car you don't want facts. Those men
waved a fat cigar for emphasis and thousands more, all Jewish.
as he bellowed the words in an are brothers-in-ann with Christian I *f
from fear.
But despite the discrediting of
Axis-fostered anti-Semitism, and
its flouting of historical accuracy,
too many persons in the United
States are spreading false stories
about the Jewish role in the war
effort in much the same fashion
loud traveler mentioned
Palestine too. as a result of the WoMomint ,
war, has sensed the possibilities
of the business that might be
built up through trade with oat-
side lands. Thus, today, Palestine
boasts that it has supplied the
Turkish government with the boots
for its soldiers. Palestine helping
to supply the war needs of the
United Nations now dreams of
being an "arsenal for peace" as
well. It looks to ,the neighboring
^1
"bole area abreast
<*r n.,i,ni. *Jll
Syria, as Urge -
nly 4.000,000 ^
Iraq and m,ny Jg*m
poori* py-^M
Poorly. Palestine root w. l 4
I ...,.
intentionally loud voice for the fighting men. Brotherhood is be-! bove. who was countered so ef-
benefit of other passengers, ing forged, not forgotten, in thej *w**Wwl by a well-informed Jew.
Somebody snickered. A bun of crucible of war." Domestic nazis and fascists. | *e*r Em4t **tea. whose industry
conversation began, and some eyes The fat man's jaw dropped. He j taking their cue from short-wave, ** retrograde, with the hope
turned quizzically to a quiet dark. squirmed in his seat uneasily as scurrilities beamed by Axis sta- that it way serve to bring this
man who had laid aside his news- a buzz of approbation swept thetions. sedulously have planted!
paper and listened to the fat man's car. Then he lumbered to his sleep- seeds of suspicions and distrust of
discourse. er. disgruntled and confounded by the Jew*, with special emphasis
The quiet man looked at the a little quick thinking and some
quizzical ones, then spoke slowly mastery ot facts by a Jewish man
but with conviction and knowl-
edge:
"I think you're misinformed.
air Or maybe you are intention-
ally spreading misinformation.
There are Jews on all fronts in
this war. fighting at the side of
Baptists. Lutherans. Catholics.
Confucianists and Agnostics. Ser-
geant Meyer Levin, before he was
unafraid to speak his mind in the
face of unwarranted attack.
Later, the quiet Jewish traveler
pulled from his pocket a booklet
which he showed to interested
fellow passengers, listing the
names of Jewish heroes ia this
war and some of their deeds
It came from the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith. and
Continued on Page 26)
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taan 50 combat flights and re- time activities of this agency .
reived the Silver Star and the This wartime Rosh Hashanab
Distinguished Flying Cross. He of 5704 finds the Jewish popula-
dropped the bombs which sank the;' tion of the world, despite the deci-
Jap battleship Harunaremem- matian of one-third of its ranks,
k-r*
'*. Torpors' Finkeistein re-
ceived the Purple Heart after risk-
ing his life to save a pilot and
crew member after their plane
crisheJ in Sew Guinea. A Jewish
Jeffery. was killed in action in
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!TOBER 1, 1943
*Jeni*i> Her Mian
HE JEWS OF ITALY
By ALFRED ESPIRO
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
nights went to the hill where
Julius Caesar was buried."
Julius Caesar had become en-
deared to the Jews because Caesar
had favored them. In his empire
building, Caesar had found the
Jews because of their dispersal a
particularly valuable element.
They were important building
bricka in his extension of Rome,
the city state, to the Roman em-
pire.
Today, we are prone to look
askance at such empire building
proclivities as marked the career
of Julius Caesar, but it should be
remembered that imperialism at
that day contributed no little to
the widening of horizons and to
the abatement of intolerance. In
September, 1943. when Mussolini
had a lurking ineer -for Hitler, he
said in a ipeech, referring to the
Nazi doctrines of race hatred:
"Thirty centuries of existence
allow the Italians to look with
some pity on certain doctrines
wish writers in the Middle
es and even of a later date
\re fond of a Hebrew pun on
name Italy. They referred to
is I-Ul-yah, which in Hebrew
jam "the land of the dew of
Id." This play on the name,
^ly reveals their fondness for
ly. It vs*s a land where God's
of mercy fell for them. To
sure, the history of Italy is not
thout many periods when Pope
civil ruler made the lot of the
n unhappy, but on the whole,
position of the Jew had been
[favorable one there.
[As Benito Mussolini once said,
Jewish community of Italy is
oldest Jewish community in
trope. At far back as the Mac-
lean period, we Jcnow of rela-
ys between Rome and Jerusal-
l. Before Christianity was born,
[lion Maccabeus had dispatched
kUsaries seeking an alliance of
fine with Judaea against the
frians and the emiasariea were
?orably received and the alli-
formed.
| a i the time of Julius Caesar,
fre was a considerable Jewish
>up in Rome and no eletr.ent of
population lamented Caesar's
ing more than. the Jews.
eaking of the dirges after Julius
r's death, the Roman his-
rian, Sueton writes: "Each peo-
sang its mourning songs, but
a special way most be remem-
Ired the Jews who for many
which are' preached beyond the
Alps by those who were illiter-
ates when we had Ceasar, Virgil
and Augustus."
It was in the days of the great
Roman Empire that she did stand
for tolerance to peoples of all
creeds. It was only recently that
Madame Chiang Kai Shek, speak-
ing in America called attention to
the fact that the Roman Empire
endured so long because of this
very tolerance. It is a pity that
Mussolini who himself first rec-
ognized this and voiced contempt
for Nazi race ideas, should him-
self finally .have been contami-
nated with the same poison.
Mussolini to be sure, at first
made professions of liberalism
generally. In an interview with
Theodore Wolff, former editor of
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
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the Berliner Tageblatt as late as
1933, Mussolini said: "There is
not the least relation between my
imitators in other lands and my-
self. Italian Fascism is a stranger
to the doctrine of anti-Semitism.
Italian Fascism is not reaction-
ary. It is a democracy of author-
ity." We may take with a whole
salt shaker of salt, Mussolini's
contention that Italian Fascism
was not reactionary, but it is true
that Italian Fascism was at the
first and for a long period of time,
not anti-Semitic. Not only was
Mussolini not anti-Semitic, but
the whole background for anti-
Semitism did not exist In Italy.
Perhaps in part, this was due to
the fact that the Jewish popula-
tion was small. The Jews were es-
timated to number only some 57,-
000. But beyond this fact was the
primary fact that the Italians al-
ways" had had a tradition of li-
beralism to minorities. They had
Continued on Page 28


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!
Fighting On The
Home Front
(Continued from Page 24)
on the evasion of responsibility
by Jews in war, etc. The same
whispered attacks were made in
World War I, despite incontro-
vertible records of the War De-
partment which showed the names
f some 200,000 Jews i n the
American forces of 1918. Of this
number, 15.000 were casualties
nd because the present conflict
dwarfs the so-called "Great War."
we apprehend that Jewish parti-
cipation in the Global War will
considerably exceed the previous
figure.
Yet we must wait until after
the war for the release of final
figures on Jews in the armed
forces, and at the same time con-
fute those spreaders of hate and |
disunity who would have our
Christian fellow-citizens believe'
the worst of us. The anti-Defama-
tion League since Pearl Harbor;
has pursued a policy of dignified ]
publicizing of Jewish men who ac-
quit themselves with valor and j
distinction in this war. We have,
ascertained that bringing the
name of a Meyer Levin or Hymie
Epstein before the public, along-
side heroes of other faiths im-
presses people, often subcon-
sciously, with the falsity of
harges that the Jews are not j
"doing their part."
Merc figures do not tell an
adequate story. Only to the ob-
jective and analytical mind are
figures convincing.
But sverybody is Interested in
a tale of man against the elements
or man against unequal odds
or man saving hio buddy at the
risk or cost of his own life.
There already is a wealth of
such accounts in the annals of
this warand many of them cen-
ter about Jewish soldiers, sailors
and airmen whose deeds, ade-
quately told, go far to refute the
vicious propaganda which would
label the Jews slackers and pro-
fiteers.
Very cleverly, friends of the
Axis and apostles of disunity have
hit upon a propaganda carrier
second to none in effectiveness.
I refer to the so-called "humor-
ous" jingles and stories with the
stay-at-home profiteering Jewish
stereotype as the "patsy" of the
story. Many well-meaning com-
munal leaders and publications
have been taken in by this "hum-
or," which purports to tell a
funny story whose subject is an
unpatriotic character with a Jew-
ish name.
Trade journals, newspapers and
magazines which have re-published
these grim jokes have expressed
surprise, then dismay, wh'en the
propaganda intent behind these
stories has been exposed through
A.D.L. representations. Subse-
quently, editorial explanations of
the harm done by the circulation
of these stories were published,
and many newspaper columnists
and editorial writers have taken
up the cudgels against this newest
propaganda carrier diabolical
humor.
But develish as this technique
is, examples of anti-Semitism
sometimes not even thinly-des-
guisedcrop up on the floor of
Congress, mouthed by representa-
tives and senators who, of all;
people, should know the Axis-aid- j
ing potentialities of wartime anti-j
Semitism.
When men in positions of lead-
ership succumb to the temptation
to make political capital of anti-
Semitism, we cannot wonder over-
much, that this malady of the
-552*1.]
mind has afflicted tens of thous-
ands of persons who in normal
times would be healthily skeptical
of planned campaigns of hate,
Blind anti-Semitism is like any
other aberration of the mind; it
must receive prompt and scienti-
fic attention, for there is no ment-
al ailment which is cured by neg-
lect or indifference.
As in medieval days of the rack
and water torture, men fear
and persecutewhat they do not
understand. Today the Jewish
position in the world has been to
obscured by misinformation,
viciousness, and paranoiac prop-
aganda, (hat we mast slash
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human mind b troduce reason ,nd ,;,*'
the Jews. ny *
The wartime "tack-; i
the Anti-Defamatio^E^
modifications of thn^" "1
used successfully in ? *J
P-ce. War may bri >S
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of armaments and ma-K ^
the methods o,^^*
snd understanding .boot jjj
(Continued on Pag* J
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*
^TOBER 1. 1943
Ighting On The
Home Front
(Continued from Page 26)
id Judaism have suffered no vio-
nt changes.
[Our numerous speakers who ad-
ess service clubs, high schools,
|lleges, churches and veterans'
ups continue their work on a
rger scalebut the work of
lese speakers in former years
bearing fruit now in the form
increased resistance to anti-
twi-.li propaganda on the part of
irsons who have heard these
essages. Millions of Americans
rve been set on guard by A. D.
speakers against taking stock
the propaganda wares of wily
Sessional anti-Semites. Today,
essages on good-will and inter-
lith -understanding are more
tintedfor this is a fast mov-
period when every word
tunts.
!The distribution of compact,
nail booklets illustrated with
.lor and cartoons has reached
^lional proportions, and these
oklets find great favor with
ksy people who do not have the
me to read lengthier articles.
plants have distributed these
boklets to workers by the hun-
teds of thousands, and social
Irvice organizations likewise
|tracted by their tropical value
id humorous contenthave giv-
vital circulation to these
eces.
[Special reprints of articles and
^oklets of a religious or scholar-
appeal are issued regularly by
A. D. L., and are utilized in
practical manner by students,
Bearch workers, churchmen and
ton. Much of the material dis-
puted through our efforts is
JewlslDcrkMan
subsequently utilized in the form
of sermons, editorials and books.
Recognizing in the daily press
potent medim for reaching
thousands, the Anti-Defamation
League closely collaborated in the
preparation of certain press feat-
ures to be incorporated into the
programs of organizations en-
gaged in "selling democracy" to
the American public. Striking il-
lustrations and short but pungent
copy keynote these full-page dis-
plays which are under-written by
business firms and institutions as
a patriotic act.
The role played by Americans
of all races and faiths are strik-
ingly depicted in these full-page
displays, which cannot but thrill
readers who get a new insight into
the "melting pot" provided by the
American armed forces.
In the radio field, substantial
help Js given to the producers of
programsnetwork and local__
which dramatically present moving
scenes of American democratic
living. Radio is one of the great
forces of education today. League
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Through the excellent research
facilities of the Anti-Defamation
League, the producers of out-
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documented material on short no-
tice. The Fact-Finding department
of the A. D. L. provides authentic
material on subversive activities,
utilized on programs exposing the
Fifth Column and methods of
Axis espionage, including psycho-
logical warfare.
In the coming year radio will
occupy more and more of our
time as we listen to blow-by-blow
descriptions of the battle for Hit-
ler's European Fortress. But while
spot news is an unfailing magnet
for all of us, we must remember
that the decent world of tomor-
row must have its under-pinnings
in today's lessons for democratic
livingand the job is only half-
done when radio's education po-
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tentialities are not used to the
fullest. To Interpret the crashing
events of the day in terms of
democratic living la the purpose
of League speakers utilizing the
radio and those who cooperate
with us in providing dramatic and
helpful wartime radio programs.
Political anti-Semitism is a
menace which must be crushed
promptly whenever it ahows its
head. But social discrimination
and economic barriers against
minorities are evils which can be
altered only by patient effort and
PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN
understanding programs deigned
to minimize discrimination through
a long-range program of educa-
tion for good-will.
That is the function of the A.
D. L.'s, Community Service De-
partment, inaugurated in war-
time by the League to meet the


'Continued on Page 28)
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COCKTALE BAR
114 S. E. let Street
MIAMI
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ACME AMUSEMENT
COMPANY
20 N. W. 27th Aye.
MIAMI
PHONE 4-0225
I Wish to EitteS U* BUee ml
Om Fellewaklp U Mr Price*
Thrtaih Ike Haly Dy> ef
NEW TEAR
S a r I i
* PUcIrr St.
rhtmt 2-I71S
Best Wishes To
Our Many Friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I NVESTORS
SYN DICATE
Congress Building
PHONE 2-2661
BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY and SUCCESSFUL
NEW YEAR
Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AUDIPHpNE COMPANY OF MIAMI, Inc.
Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aide by Western Electric
Developed by Bell Laboratories
117 N. E. let Are.1211-13 Security Bid.., MiamiPhoae 3-3840
W. Palaa Beach Office, 3800 Wa.hington Dr.Phone 8592
IT IS WITH PLEASURE AGAIN TO EXTEND NEW YEAR
WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN
JOHN H. LEVI
*
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL
VAN C. KUSSROW
ACTING TAX ASSESSOR
FOR DADE COUNTY
*


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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT
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I
The Jews Of ltalyl*?"^out "'*V* n0\."" \ Fighting On Thf
' 'til Hitlers tie* with Mussolini ll ^
(Continued from Page 25. m fjrmly ijnked th,t there> Home FrOtlt
evolved no NieUches and Trietsch- *'*5 ,0 be *n* reaf PPrehension .continued from Page 27'
kes and Chamberlains to exal: jpr "* cuse for ----------. .
, ... On Mav 31 19:?<) Ja.ob Lan- netds of communities having
war and ruthlessness and chauvm-' *'" ""> i"-!'- *-" .
isiic nationalism. No one ever dau. managing director of the i problems aggravated by wartime
conditions. Unfair accusations
taxing Jewish merchants with pro-
fiteering, scurrilous charges of
favoritism allegedly shown Jewi-h
The Jewish community in Italy ]''" nt D L- efh *+
spoke of Italian arrogance as one Jewish Telegraphic Agency had
speaks of Prussian arrogance. an intervjew with Mussolini.l It
When Mussolini was a boj a. .no,; v following the conclu-
growing up, the Mayor of Rome.|sion of a Concordat between Mus-
Ernesto Nathan, was a Jew. At Lolim and the fatnollc ,.hurch j selectees by draft boards, and dis-
the peace conference after the and some apprehension was ex- cnm.nation against Jews ,n re-
first World War. it mm Senile, ,ed non. Catholic circles rts- newspaper ads, war plans
. Jew. who with Wilson. Clemen- abom thfjr own st,tu< M &. employment agencies and schoo.s
eeau and Lloyd George, were re- L oe. ,n tnis jnlerV|CW, Mus- "" f" w,thm the Provinfe of
garded as the leaders around theco;inj sai: ..Jhf corKor<; Community .service activ.tiev
peace table. Luigi Luizaati forLnythint ^ i-pro^ the states Sound P^'.c relations pro-
years was a member of the Italian f the Jewi,h eomnmi ,u,s tram.- are offered to communit;
cabinet.
In other ways, it WSJ j, ars" oldT In" fact it is
evident that there wai ,. Iew,kh comnlunitv in
any bitterness between the Jew- Eunp^ Tlu, Jew wep: on Cac-ars
and non-Jews, for one thing, the >nd has thr0ughout a period
percentage of inter- wai (lf n,ore .ha g0 cemarie. parliri.
enormously high. At Venue, for pa:ed ; ;h( hj,.orv of .^ cojn_
example, the rate of :rv dorlnf ft f -,. triaJg and
age was abou: one third ol ,t,uIation,
Whole number. It ra to IU | ia1 In J932 in interv.>w wilh
David Lubin. the American Jew,
who Immortalised i-i one of H.
G. We' boob, turned when Im ^7, lhe i!>r doc!, lne, ,.,
on7 .: rt*o: -The.e are r.o pu
ter"a::ora- Xel even the Jew. have remained
. r> anadn sted. Race that i senti-
In 19:.'. Mussol B ack-
'
the nerman-Jewivh writer, Emil
Ladwig, Mu'vj'ini went on to
gram conceived to meet specific
situations. For example, the same
complex interfaith program of-
fered to Detroita tinder-box of
racial and re'igious animosities
would not be urged upon a small
Ohio city predominantly agricul-
tural in make-up. The industrial,
economic and racial aspects of a
metropolis are considered in the
preparation of civic programs by
our Community Service special-
-:-
Rosh Hashanah 5704 should
serve as both a challenge and a
beacon light to us. Admittedly,
evil forces are at work to pin re-
sponsibility for the world's strug-
gle upon the Jewish people of
Americaa technique which once
proved successful in Nazi Ger-
many when aimed at the Jews of
that country. But we can block
the subversivists practicing this
technique by a forthright public
relations program which will leave
no mystery about the Jews and
Judaism in the minds of the city
man. the farmer, the soldier, the
mechanic, the student.
Tyranny is old. Democracy is
young. Because we Jews can be
normal, self-respecting human
beings only in the free air of
democracy, and because we want
this blessing for all men in the
world, it behooves us to be demo-
' be ^aid
t err-
ad '. wen .-.
wl- i es, yet
Continued on Pa.* 37
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Saffer
AND FAMILY
Extend Their Be.t Withei
to All for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin B. Goldman
AND FAMILY
Extend Their Bett Wiihet for
the New Year to all their
Friend* and the Friends of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM SHAYNE
AND SON
and the
DIXIE
MUSIC CO.
7*1 V Miami Avenue
Extend Sincere Withes
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SOBEL'S FILLING
STATION
1900 S. W. 8th Street
PAUL SOBEL. Mtr
PARACON PAINTS
IT AMHORS TO
THE SIHFACE
for The Discriminatinr'
545 West Flarler Street
PHONE 3-4743
SEASONS GREETINGS
MR AND MRS.
SAM WIESSEL
and Auoc tin of
SAM'S SERVICE
STATION
Mt Coral Wa>
CORAL CABLES

GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR
BRUSSELL'S
LACE SHOP
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
WEST PALM BEACH
MR. and MRS.
LEO EISENSTEIN
Wish All Their Re Is
F
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
T
MR. and MRS.
HARRY KOVNER
wish their friends
and relatives a
rery
HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Makers of That Good
ROYAL PALM CREAM
Anci Distr.butors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
f Mend Best Wishes for a
H4.PPY NEW YEAR
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY
Incorporated >
PHONE J-KSJ
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW \EAR
MR. AND MRS.
ABE ARONOVITZ
and FAMILY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
VANN CLEANERS
& HAND LAUNDRY
The Only Plant in Florida
Designed for These Whe
Demand The Best
510 JEFFERSON AVE.
3-21*7 PHONES- 5-21 S
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
THE BOAT
RESTAURANT
3* N E. First Avenae
PHONE 3-2517
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. T. L LOWRIE
838 N. W. 3rd AwI
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dade Commonwealth
Title Co.
BRptCHBtJai
Lawyers Title Insurance (or*
*f Richmond. Ya.
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
TITLE IN SI R ANTE
The Oldest and Most Complete
PUnt in Dade County
**" **** N. E. 1st St.
Title Dept. First Federal Bldg
PHONE 3-7M1
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Patrons
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
5*3 V W. 7th Atc. Ph. 2-7tl
-
-9225*1.1
Cracy's '""nip^onTTTe?^
o' the road-,est J^4
than ^.,____ m toJ
than democracy *S|
- vicious panace'^H
weTrhy.tof Tand Airk
T"t is the chalUn-T^
the vigorou, .I^JhH
"unity of the United ch th" signifies C J *Jj
people! tfl
S,NCERE NEwTeaT
GREETINGS
MIAMI PHOTO a
SPORTS SUPPLnj
U47 Biscayne BU.
PHONE 3-033
BEST WISHES F01
A HAPPY NEW YU|
Or. and Mrs.
Alexander Kuihut,
and Famih
NEW YEAR GREETINGS I
J. C. WILUNCHAlii
Service Station
1540 S. W 22nd Aw.
PHONE 4-9270
SEASONS GREETINGJ1
froii
STEVEN'S MARKtl]
2201 N. W. f,2nd Sired
PHONE 7 3085
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAI
ELECTROLUX
Incorporated
Postal Building
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To O-r Many Jew"" F"
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS b
127 N. W. 2d St
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
TAX COLLECTOR FOR DAD1 COUNTY
SINCERE WISHES FOR A liAPPY
AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Seminole Rock & Sand Co.
1114 Congress Eld,.
Pfcona t 3104
MIAMI FLORIDA
SINCERE WISHES
for a
Happy and Prosperous
m NEW YEAR
S. H. KRESS
& CO.
5-10-25c STORE
East Flagler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Iron and Metal of All Description!
PHONE 3-4292
RICHIE METALS
I. LEVIN
New and Used Plumbing Supplies
2116 N. W. 27t AVENUE i
MIAMI. FLORID*
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
). J. Farrey and Associates
BUILDING DIVISION
MIAMI BEACH

I ... -. <.fTIM.
to iu oia iiwivsi mraoi>f>
American Pharmacy. Inc.
I r :um nsofcs. .
Marshall's Drug Store
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
THE LANC CORP-
UPHOLSTERINC
WOO S. W. Eightk Stroot
PHONE 4-5572


NRMBNeC- :----
;TOBER 1. 1943
fJenisti Jturiciiciti
paping Jewish Life In War-Torn Russia
(A Rosh Haithonah Review)
By M. Z. FRANK
(Copyright, .1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
PAGE TWENTY-NINE
|(iwing to the German-Russian
i: and the general difficulty in
ktaining precise information
foni the. U.S.S.R. we are able
see only the broad outlines of
L events and developments in
|e life of the Jews in the U.S.S.R.
iring the past year. The star-
> changes brought by the first
>j! of the war continued, and
I events which took place,
ing the first year were
plicated*
[in brief these changes and
fonts may be summed up as fol-
The shifting of the Jewish
Ljiulation of Russia from the
Jest to the East; the relaxation
the bans against religion,
e'irew and Zionism, with a sub-
Iquent growing consciousness by
\ .lews of Russia of a common
and present with Jews else-
ere; intense Jewish participa-
tion in the war against the in-
vader both ax members of the
regular armed services and of the
partisan-bands; and large-scale
massacres of Jews in Naii-occu-
pied towns.
As early as August, 1942, Rus-
sian partisans reported that no
Jews remained in Byelorussia,
that there were none left in such
once large centers of Jewish
population as Minsk and Vitebsk.
Those Jews who escaped the Nazi
by going eastward were accom-
panied, if not, indeed, preceded
by. almost half a million Jews
fleeing from Poland and the
Baltic States.
New settlements were estab-
lished in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan,
Chuvashia, the Bakshir Republic
and other Soviet areas east of the
Urals. Kokand, the capital of
Uzbekistan, has become a place
where the Yiddish of Jews from
Wilno and Kaunas can be heard
in the streets. For more than a
year "miniature centers" of his-
toric Polish yeshivas have been
established in small Siberian vil-
lages. Faculties and students
from Poland continue their studies
in an area where there were
formerly few. if any, Jewish in-
habitants.
Tashkent, in Uzbekistan, has
been swelled by a tremendous in-
flux of Jews from Russia proper,
especially from the Moscow area.
With them came the entire organi-
zation of the Moscow Jewish
Community. Jews from the
SEASONS BEST WISHES
LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
7 N. E. 3TH STREET
PHONE 7-0404
Sincere New Year Greetings
from
BOB MARTIN,
I
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 6-2040
SINCERE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM
NORMANDY
SCHOOL
LEO HUBERMAN
1021 Biarritz Drive
" PHONE 6-1061
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
UTUAL LIFE
ISURANCE COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
Seybold Building
PHONE 3-7020
[SEASON'S GREETINGS
ERNEST PHILPITT
&SON
Musical Instruments
* HAPPY NEW YEAR '
THE PUBLIC
SELF-SERVICE STORES
tA STORE FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY"
337 N. Miami At.im
PHONE 2-5921
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DR. C. E. BARNES
OPTOMETRIST
Congrai* Building
PHONE 2-5284
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
COLD STORAGE CO.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
COLD STORAGE FACILITIES
Fruitf V.j.tabUi Produce
Sd Seaboard Trackage
1701 N. W. S.r.mh Avanita
PHONE 3-1219
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SKATE IN COMFORT
Special Prices To Our
Armed Forces
VENETIAN
SKATING RINK
27M g. w. 27th Avenue
'Cool Air amraii
Atttrnoon | to I
>tnlDf 7:10 to It P. M.
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. Dl RUSCIO
Sm Our I.ai| Auortmtnt Of
Imported Men's Sport Coats
Laal M...
CUSTOM TAILORING
Dit oiaanltif and RratodtUnf
At Raaionftble Prlcta
rk... -HM
INI Oaltlaa Art. Miaai BMch
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Many Friands
STANDARD
Wholesale Grocery Co.
PHONE 3-3129
149 N. E. 10th Street
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
STANLEY'S
JEWELERS
240 Stk Street
PHONE 5-2236
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ABBOTT ELECTRIC
RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL
MARINE STORES
Wiring, Repairs
Alterations of All Kinds
MOO North Miami Avenue
PHONES: 3-62947-3082
SAVOY PLAZA
HOTEL
On the Ocean Front
Private Beach Solarium
Low Summer Rates
425 Ocean Drive
PHONE 5-4706
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIKE DALLETT'S
GARAGE SERVICE
STATION
340 Twenty Third Street
PHONE 5-6721
MIAMI BEACH
Ukraine and White Russia were
evacuated by the thousands to
the Bakshir Republic where- many
of them now work on collective
farms. The Kiev Jewish State
Theater has been moved to Jam-
bul in the Asiatic republic of
Kazakhstan. The White Russian
Jewish Theater opened its reason
in Novosibirsk, industrial center
of Southern Siberia. The pres-
ence of thousands of Russian and
Baltic Jews has created an acute
housing shortage in Samarkand
and other Uzbek cities, which the
authorities are trying to meet
with new apartment buildings.
The situation of the 350,000 or
GREEN CANDLE
TEA ROOM
52 SILVER BLUFF AVE.
COftAL GABLES
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FALK'S
DELICATESSEN
345 N. E. Second Avenue
PHONE 2-0789
We Carry a Complete
DELICATESSEN and
GROCERY LINE
Wholesale and Retail
RABBI and MRS.
AVIGDOR GOLDEN
and FAMILY
EXTEND
THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
Happy. Healthy and
Prosperou* New Year
to the Jewish Community of
Miami and Miami Beach in
particular, and to the House
of Israel generally.
more Polish Jews in the U.S.S.R.
was complicated by Soviet policy
toward Poland, by the differences
between the Soviet government
and the Polish Govern ment-in-
Exile, and by the under currents
of anti-Semitism among Polish
officials.
All Jews of the Eastern prov-
(Continued on Page 30)
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and MRS.
H. R. MECHLOWITZ
AND SON
ADELMAN'S PIPE
& STEEL CO.
AND
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN ADELMAN
AND FAMILY
EXTEND TO ALL
JEWRY IN GENERAL
AND RELATIVES
TO PARTICULAR
BEST WISHES
FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r All Moit Happy N.w Yaar
Miller Electric Company
PHONE 9-2477
Miller's Shell Service
PHONE 2-9161
l,0 W. FlagUr Straat
MIAMI. FLA.
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR
COOPERS BAR
BEER WINE MUSIC
LOTS OF FUN
2506 N. W. Second Avenue
PHONE 3-9102

, Best Wishes for
A Happy
New Year
CORAL GABLES
FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND
LOAN
ASSN.
2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables

*
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
ACME FAST FREIGHT
Inc.
400 S. W. First Avenue
PHONE 3-8461
i'
I flue wish all our friends and
patrons and all the Jewish
people a year of health,
happiness and prosperity
ESTABLISHED 1760
SOMETHING AfaW HAS BEEN ADDED


'
Fil3E THIRTY
fJewlstncrkMw
Shaping Jewish Life
In War-Torn Russia
(Continued from Page 29)
inces of Poland are considered
citizens of the U.S.S.R. by the
Soviet government, which bases
its claims on the results of a
plebiscite held after the Russian
occupation of Eastern Poland in
the Fall of 19S9. In addition,
all Jews from :ht central Polish
provinces who were in Eastern
Poland as refugees from the Nazis
at the time of the plebiscite are
also considered citizens of the
U.S.S.R. Many of these Polish
Jews wished to .taw Russia be-
cause of economic hardships,
political differences, or :he mere
desire to go elsewhere. The fact
that so large a proportion of them
were considered as Soviet citizens
made departure difficult. Mean-
while, in the early stages of the
war. before the Soviet economy
could absorb an appreciable num-
ber ol them, the absence of or-
ganized assistance and the diffi-
c.i ty of organizing foreign char-
ity in the l.S.S.R. made the
position of the Polish Jews
desperate.
On the other hand, out of
140.000 Polish citizens evacuated
from the U.S S.R. to Iran, only
some 2.500 were Jews. Accord-
ing to representatives of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, the i
number was due
more to the anti-Jewish bias of
1 Ol lb military authorities in Rus- ;
sia than to Soviet policy. Polish'
officials discriminated against
Jews in recruiting men for the
Polish' army as well as in the
evacuation of persons wishing to
leave the U.S.S.R. This dis-
crimination, according to the same
source, was resisted by Soviet
officials who often interceded on
behalf of Jews.
Many communal leaders among
the Polish and the Baltic Jews,
formerly identified with political
movements which the Soviets
consider inimical, faced additional
difficulties. Some were imprison-
ed; the whereabouts of others is
unknown. The two leaders of
the Jewish Socialist Party in Po-
land (The Bund), Henryk Alter
and Victor Erlich. arrested in
1939, then released and again
arrested, on the alleged ground
that they had sought to influence
Soviet soldiers to lay down their
arms and make peace with the
Nazis. The first intimation the
public had of the death of the
two leaders came in a letter from
Maxim Litvinov, the Soviet Am-
bassador to the United States, to
William Green, president of the
American Federation of Labor.
The date of the execution, origin-
ally given as December, 1942,
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHIL DAVIS, Inc.
CLOTHING
138 Ea*t Flatler Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA

To Our Many Friend* and
Patroni
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
FOUR SISTERS
HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
655 Washington Ae.
PHONE 5-9709
GREETINGS
B E H N E
PRINTING CO.
173 N. E. Fir.t Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
KIRKHAM JEWELRY <*
OPTICAL COMPANY
SHORELAND ARCADE
PHONE 2-4447
To Our Friend* and Patron*
A Moat Happy New Year
SAVOY HOTEL
MRS. BRIGHAM
252 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 28827
Sincere Witket to All Our
Relative* and Friend* for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS
GEORGE CHERTKOF
and Son
STANLEY IVAN
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
SIS Fir.t National Bank Bide
PHONE 3-4*84
_______i
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GEORGIA ''ULPEPPER
MADALINE CULPEPPER
Tiroli Beauly Salon. Inc.
> TS LADY n*0 (Ul>
* '** *f ***
"44 W Flag er Si II i
PHONK
A Moil Happy New Year-
MIAMI MATTRESS
MANUFACTURING CO.
PHONE 2-7466
60 N. W. 13th Street
T Oar su> Umnk r- na tat
c*"""i *> ifc N l, Wr.mt
*? mi ui rrm*9r>it
REES MARSHALL
CORAL CABLES
INSURANCE CO.
PHONE I
I Ivd.
New Year Friend* Greetings to Oer and Cnatontera
V 1 C K S BAR & RESTAURANT
35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WALTER A.
FREDERICKS
MARKET
680 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-2377
Beat Wiahe* to Onr Many
Friend* and Patron*
KUBBY HOUSE
lOS N. Miaaai Arcane
261 E Flatter Street
Gen. Office. 16 N. F_ 3rd Ae.
PHONE 3-5257
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TAIT
ACCOUNTANT
84)12 N. E. 2nd A.enne
MIAMI
SEASONS GREETINGS
SCHAAF PRESERVINC
CO., Inc.
1305 N. W. Z2nd Street
PHONE 2-44534
was later corrected to December,
1941.
The influx of such a vast num-
ber of Jews from the border
states into Russia has, for the
first time in over twenty years,
brought the Jews of Soviet Rus-
sia in direct contact with Jewish
traditions. The refugee Jews
brought with them their yeshivoth
or Talmudic academies, their
religious practices, their Jewish
garb, and their interest in the
Hebrew language, in Palestine
and in the destiny of the Jews
in other countries. General
Soviet policy was somewhat modi-
fied in relaxing bans on religion
and Hebrew. The consciousness
of the common destiny of Jews
throughout the world and interest
and pride in the Jewish past have
been greatly encouraged during
the present war.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
The Be*t Chop Sney in Townl
Chicken Chow Mein
ORIENTAL
GARDEN
272 Writ Flatler Street
Open All Summer
In September, 1942, for the
first time in the history of Soviet
Russia, the Jewish community of
Moscow, now situated in Tash-
kent, addressed High Holiday
greetings to the Jews of the
world. And a month earlier, the
same community joined the Jews
of the world in a Day of Fast and
Prayers proclaimed by the Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada.
The promptness with which the
Jews of Palestine responded to
the call of Russian Jews for help-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KINSMAN
LANDSCAPE CO.
Isle of Normandy Phone 8-1877
MIAMI BEACH
We With to Extend
. NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To Our Many Friend*
GUARANTY TITLE fir
ABSTRACT CORP.
50 We.t Flatler Street
SEASON'S GREETINGS
e
ACE RUG CLEANERS
53 S. W. S. Rieer Drive
t-1155
We Wish to Extend New Year
Greetings to Oar Friends
and Customers
SHERIDAN
FOOD MARKET
415 W. 41st St. Phone 5-7S45
BEST WISHES TO OCR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FLORIDA FUEL OIL,
INC.
858 X. W. 7Srd St. Ph. 7-1663
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Main Parking Lot
AND
MAIN
U Drive-It Service
J. RARBASH A SONS, INC
261 N. E. IK St. Phone 2-8884
WE BUT WASTE PAPER
RAGS ALL TYPES
Florida Waste Paper
and Salvage, Inc.
US N. W. 22nd Lane
PHONE S-8159
f official organ' 0f t^j
Anti-Fascist Committed {? !
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to the Jews oMh^EagiiA
(Continaedon ptft ^ J
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MR. AND MRS.
WIN L SIEGEL
Washington, D. C.
TO OUB MANY FRlExn,
AND PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY NEW TEH
Jaymor Drug Sundry
Company
Wholesale Drug 4 Sandrj Q.
IN N. W. 21st Terr*.
PHONE 3-JM1
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New Year
GREETINGS
IhVWE PEIHttM
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
EDITH & FRITZ
323 V Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5838
1943-4
5704
To ALL A MOST HAPPY and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
W. REITH PHILLIPS
SAM KATZ
.ALEX S. COHEN
of the
Sun Life Assurance Co.
of Canada
NEW TEAR GREETINGS
NORTH BAY
BOAT CO.
471 N. E 78th Street
PHONE 7-8588
May the coming year bring a
speedy victory and be a year
FULL OF HEALTH and
HAPPINESS.
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fOBEB 1, 1943
*Jen1st fhrldUam
OMMUNAL PLANNING
FOR TOMORROW
JENJAMIN B. GOLDMAN,
fcutive Director Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
| oresMr Miami Jewish FaderaUoa U the
Fund raising organisation of the com-
Afiillated with It arc twntj-stven
Jlioupf that do not receive fund* but
III In IU activltlea and cooperate.
| agencies, local, national and
iMonal In scope, an the recipients of
The Federation has widened its pro-
[thr past rear and has added "Communi-
nning," to 11s endeavors.
loniin Noraim is a period for
temptation, for self-examina-
and for soul-searching. The
Holiday period offers time
fitting: opportunity to look
upon the immediate past and
x our gaze upon the horizons
|o morrow.
| individuals, in this Holy
Ion each of us takes stock of
|t he has accomplished in the
gone by and surely finds
Ih that has been good. As a
tie, we weigh what the year
ju'ht us: In our free world of
brica there is cause for re-
ins that bomb and persecution
been kept from oar shores;
tseas there is cause for pro-
ud sorrow that is lightened only
the prospects of victorious
pe and by plans for rescuing
sheltering the remnants of
people.
L Jews and as individuals,
^y of us are bound together
mutual interests and for com-
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
HARRY
CORDON
AND FAMILY
[NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PALM*
PHARMACY
DR. C. J. ERICSON
2200 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 2-9356
MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
PHONE 2-4038
A. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
113 Shorela.d Arc.d.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
he LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 2-S4M
116 N. E. 6th Street
king To All Jewish Citizens
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WALKER
Casket Company
535 N. W. 24th ST.
mon programs. We have formed
organization* and as members of
these organizations at this time
we look back upon what they
have done. Some things we find
good. Others we find we have for-
gotten as the passing of time
kindly dims our memory. And re-
membrance of things done well
prompts us to look ahead to what
our organizations may do to-
morrow.
We know that our realizations
of today took form from the
hopes and wishes of yesterday,
and that tomorrow is shaped from
the formless dreams of today.
Those of us who are associated
with these organizations, who
speak of "planning" for our Jew-
ish communal life, find in the
first ten days of Tishri the at-
mosphere for that kind of con-
PAGE THIRTY-ONE
To Oar Many Jewish Friends
MAY YOU HAVE HAPPINESS
AND PROSPERITY
FOR YOUR NEW YEAR
GREAT SOUTHERN
TRUCKING CO.
PHONE 2-6513
64 N. E. 20th STREET
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
W. A. GLASS
TO ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
V
GENERAL
SHEET METAL
1943 N. W. 1st COURT
PHONE 2-3915
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
OR. WALTER
K. FOLEY
LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
ALL OUR JEWISH
FRIENDS
ACME SUPPLY CO.
134 N. E. Siath Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Diamonds
Jewelry
Luggage
Novelties
Provident Jewelry
& Luggage Co.
36 N. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 2-3268
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CALLAHAIUSTUZIN
B Certified Public Accountants
BISCAYNE BUILDING MIAML FLORIDA
j
templation which parallels spirit-
ual devotion. We pause to consider
what our organizations have done
what they are doingand what
they can do. For the essence of
planning is to learn the lessons
that yesterday taught so that we
may chart a truer course for to-
morrow.
Our Jewish Federation is the
instrumentality of our Jewish com-
munity to plan a better communal
life for today and tomorrow. The
agencies it helps to supportthe
YMHA, the YM & WHA of Mi-
ami Beach-, the Army and Navy
Committee, the Jewish Education
Associationall seek to improve
our way of life as Jews and as
*
RABBI AND MRS.
MANUEL GREENSTEIN
Wish for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and
worshipers of
CONG. BETH EL
of Wegt Palm Beach, Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
.RABBI AND MRS.
MOSES MESCHELOFF
Daughter. Renah Rahel
and Son. Efrom Zev
wish for all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members and offi-
cers of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Miami Beach,
A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
*
RABBI AND MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
AND FAMILY
extend to all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the officer* and. mem-
bers of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, sincere
and heartfelt wishes for
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI AND MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and FAMILY
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the Officers, Directors and
Members of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center and all its af-
filated organizations.
*
RABBI AND MRS.
LASARUS LEHRER
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of
B'NAI ZION CONGREGATION
f Kay West, Florida
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
RABBI AND MRS.
S. M. MACHTEI
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Beth Sbolom
Center, it* Sisterhood and
Jewry at Large
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
citizens in our democracy. Other
social agenci-s cooperating with
Federationthe Jewish Welfare
Bureau, the National Council of
Jewish Women, the B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League, the
Hillel Foundationall buttress
that way of life. And those other
agencies supported by Federation
who carry on their work nation-
ally and overseasparticularly
the United Jewish Appealbroad-
en our concern for our fellow-
Jews and permit us to take our
proper place beside the homeless
and the despairing.
Together, these organizations
are working side-by-side in that
spirit of goodwill and cooperation
|
RABBI AND MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
AND FAMILY
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the Officers and Members
of CONG. OHEV SHOLOM
Orlanda, Florida
AND TO JEWRY AT LARGE
RABBI AND MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
DAUGHTER AND SON
Wish for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and offi-
cers of Beth David Congrega-
tion, a
HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW
YEAR
U4
RABBI AND MRS.
JACOB H. KAPLAN
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
*
CANTOR
ABRAHAM D. WOLF
extends his best wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New
Year to the Board of Directors
of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, their families, the
members, and to all bis
friends.
*
RABBI AND MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and FAMILY
Wish for all Jewry, and partic-
ularly the members and
worshipers of
Cong. Schaarel Zedek
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
LT. AND MRS.
COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
AND SON
Extend to all Jewry
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
which sound planning encourages
and which enlightened leadership
can translate into concrete form.
Out of this spirit, great things
can take shape. Upon the founda-
tions of today's accomplishments,
tomorrow's noble edifices may be
built. We have the vision, the
leadership, the wealth and the
will. Let us go orward into 5704
with the high hopes and the lofty
plans that will lead to the great-
ness that can be "Greater Miami."
RABBI AND MRS.
ERNST LORGE
Gainesville, Florida
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. AND MRS.
CARL N. HERMAN
Wish for all Jewry
and particularly the Wor-
shipers of
West Palm Beach,
Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
RABBI SAMUEL
HALEVI BARON
Extends to all Jewry, and par-
ticularly the officers and mem-
bers of Temple Emanu-EI, Ft.
Lauderdale and its Sisterhood,
sincere and heartfelt wishes for
A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR

RABBI AND MRS.
AMRAM PRERO
Wish the officers and members
of B'nai B'rith, Students of
Florida Colleges, and the Jews
of Florida
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
*



;?
*
GEORGE L. GRILEY
VICTOR P. GRILEY
Extends
NEW YEAR WISHES
to their
Many Friends
*

*
SINCERE BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Charles Rattier
and SONS
Stanley and Nathan


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/ V
PAGE THIRTY TWO
*JmUi>nuiMw
OCTOBER
Shaping Jewish Life
In War-Torn Russia
(Continued from Page 30)
ing countries. In August, 1942,
Pavel Mikhailovitch, First Secre-
tary of the Russian Embassy at
Ankara. Turkey, in a speech in
Jerusalem. thanked Palestine
J"ewry for its aid, and because
the first Soviet diplomat to de-
liver a public address in Palestine.
These contacts between Soviet
and Palestine Jews mark a
gradual rapprochement between
two communities which had once
regarded each other askance.
The most remarkable change in
the attitude of Soviet Jewish
leadership is to be found in the
stress upon the peculiarly Jewish
aspect of the war. Barcochba.
the Jewish leadtr in Palestine of
an unsuccessful revolt afalnst
the Romans in the days of Em-
peror Hadrian, has become the
most popular Jewish hero in Rus-
sia. The Maccabbeans. too. are
often mentioned in articles and
ing closer contact between the
Jew* of the Soviet Union and
those of other countries is the
present visit to America of S.
Mikhoels, leader of the Moscow-
Jewish State Theater and chair-
man of the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee in Kuibyshev, and
Itrik Fefer. one of the most
prominent Yiddish writers in the
Soviet Union.
There are few accurate data
available on the number of Jews
in the Soviet army and still fewer
on the number of Jews in the
guerrilla bands fighting Hitler
behind his lines.
The Jewish Anti-Fasiist Com-
mittee in Kuibyshev announced
current Soviet offensive.
Stories are plentiful of heroic
exploits by Jewish soldiers and
partisans, including old men,
women and children. Details of
Nazi massacres of Jews in occu-
pied territory were revealed on
the re-occupation of those regions
by the Soviet troops, and new
massacres took place in towns
freshly occupied by the Germans
during the past year. Various
reports from Jewish refugees,
partisan leaders and Soviet mili-
tary commanders, who re-occupied
Soviet territory held by the Nazis,
tell of 5,000 Jews killed in Kerch,
72,000 in Minsk. 11,000 in
Ponevezh. 13,000 in Kharkov,
5.000 in Dniepro-Petrovsk, 2,800
that 'although Jews rank seventh | jr) pialig0r,k, 3,000 in Kislovodsk,
addresses on the war and the war;
effort, intended for Jewish audi-
ences. Among those who speak
of the Jews u the descendants
ef the Maccabbeans is Hay Ehren-
burg. the famous Soviet writer
who, until recently, was never
Identified wifli any Jewish en-^
)> avor.
The Nazi atrocities against the
Jews "f Warsaw, of Amsterdam
and of Prague are constantly
mentioned in appeals to JeWI to
fight the Nazis thus emphasizing
the common destiny of the Jews
all over the world. The lal
e in the direction of establish-
in population among the various
nationalities in the Soviet Union,
they are fourth in number among
the heroes who have received
awards in recent months for ex-
ploits at the front or unusual
feats in production." In March.
1943. the same Committee an-
I nounced that more than twenty-
' five Jewish officers in the Red
Army had been promoted to the
of Jews who perished at the hands
of the Nazis in occupied Soviet
Russia cannot be estimated, nor
is there any way of telling how
near the truth is the seemingly
over-optimistic estimate given by
David Bergelson, chairman of the
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in
Kuibyshev, that eighty percent
of the Jews in the occupied terri-
tory had been evacuated. There
are reports of Jewish deportees
from Holland and other Western
countries having been sent to thd
occupied Soviet terrjto/jea,, f\t
military work, but their number
and their fate are still shrouded
in darkness.
Lit
and of torture inflicted on Jewish
prisoners of war. The accuracy
of these figures cannot as yet be
ascertained and the total number
rank of General during the then
SAYERS
Apartment Hotel
L'TL'fi N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-91 !ir.
COMPLIMENTS
$
LaFrance Cleaners
(x Dyers
244 N. W. 35th Street
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
HIGHLAND PARK
PHARMACY
GLENN R. HALL, Prop.
936 N. W. 7th Av.nu.
SEASONS GREETINGS
ELSASSER'S
SERVICE STATION
7791 Biscaync Blvd.
PHONE 7-9296
Best Wiahei to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
Night Owl Barbecue
3193 S. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 4-9111
To Our Patron* and Friends
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
CORDON SHOP
DuPont Bldf.
Mi
Fla.
Best Wishes to Out Manv
Jewish Friends and Patrons
MILLER s
S U N D R 1 E S
1465 N. W. 3rd Av.
PHONE 2-8908
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BROWNLYS
247 Eait Flatter Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Candies, Fountain, Luncheon-
ette, Home Made and Boxed
Candies, Carmel Corn
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-5411
To Our Patrons and Friends
SEASONS GREETINGS
Batista Bar & Grill
1201 N. E. 1st Ave.
PHONE 2-9551
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Adrian McCune
REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
REALTOR
Security Bid, Phone 3-7796
BEST WISHES
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ERNEST L. BRYANT
OFFICIAL REPORTER
of the
CIRCUIT COURT
AUGUST STUDIO
of Interior Decorating
Exclusive Drapery Work At Slip
Covers
600 Lincoln Road Building
Entrance at Pennsylvania Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
L E V 1
PLUMBING
2-1517
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
ARTISTIC
BEAUTY SALON
Completely Air Conditioned
After Oct. 1. SIS Lincoln Rd.
TELEPHONE 55509
Miami Beach, Fla.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEFKOVE & MEYERS
109 S. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-1637
Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise
extend best wishes to all
their relatives and friends
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
J. H. HACOOD CO.
3801 N. E. 2nd Avc.
PHONE 7-2288
BEST WISHES TO OCR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
EAST COAST BAR
2830 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-91C2
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TOUBY PAINTING CO.
669 N. W. Eighth Street
MIAMI, FLA.
TO ALL .
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DR EUGENE WEISS
Podiatrist Chiropodist
NEW YEAR GREETINCS
SCHREIBER'S
TACKLE at BAIT SHOP
617 West Avenue
PHONE 5-1923
SEASONS GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friends
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2916 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 4-5951
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to
Our Many Friend*
LAKEIN JEWELRY CO.
424 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1837
SEASONS GREETINGS
RED ROAD LIQUOR
STORE
203C S. W. Red Road
PHONE 4-9474
NEW YEAR GREETINGS .
Jones Miami Beach
Express Co.
71 5th Street Phone 5-3787
m
NEWS TOWER
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
KING'S FUNERAL
HOME
m S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3-2111
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Friends
McAllister Flowers
"Say It With Flowera
Bat Say It With Oers"
629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3771
NEW YEAR GREETINCS
Armature & Generator
Exchange
340 N. W. First Court
PHONE 2-0491
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Southland Insurance
& Realty Co.
Shoreland Arcade
PHONE 3-8681
Best Wishes to our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
MIAMI COAL
AND OIL CO.
1100 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-7896
A .MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAURICE'S
RESTAURANT
120 N. E. First Avenue
MIAMI. FLA.
It If- a Pleasure to Extend
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO
ALL MY FRIENDS
N. P. NEIGHBOR
LOWRY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STOR E
.1448 N. W. 62nd STREET
PHONE 7-9472
Outside of the arT"^^1
brides Maxim\S'*J
Ambassador to the& ,
have receive,! pubJ"*- !_
Paying a ,ead!7 roP^
direction 0f the .So7 "
Uiar Xaganovhch th, *"
in the Poli,.Bur;,ue0n1!'
brother Yuli. ,he .*fj*
presid.um of the Sunr.!! "
o< the U.S.S.R.. %
mentioned.
SEASONS GREETINGS
MARION BUTLEI
REAL ESTATE
116 ALTON road
PHONE 5-4W
SEASONS GREETINGS
A. H. BRANNON
FIRST STATE BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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rOBER 1. 1M3
+Jeist)HurkUan
PAGE THIRTY-THREE
rish Farmers Are Soldiers On The
Food Front
By GABRIEL DAVIDSON
Davidson is the Managing Director of the Jewish Agricultural
Society, and the author of Our Jewish Farmers)
jng before sundown on Sep-
ber 30, the eve of Rosh Has-
an, Jewish men and women and
jren on farms over America
come early from the harvest
is to prepare for the celebra-
(,f this High Holy Day. Rosh
thanahthe beginning of an-
er yearthe time to take stock
[what has been accomplished
what lies ahead.
this year perhaps more than
before these Jewish farmers
give thanks for the bounteous
gts 0f nature which by their
hands they have raised on
lr own land. They will look out
their fields at the hay
eked high, the laden fruit trees,
healthy broods of chicksand
lir hearts will swell with thanks
God for these good things, and
the knowledge that the tide of
If'ict goes slowly but surely
linst the oppressor. "God bless
Urica," they may well murmur,
ting forward to the New Year
full hearts.
\i has not been an easy year
one just past. For It has been
of the blood and thunder of
holocaust abroad. Hardly a
I a farm has not felt the ab-
of a family memberwhose
letter have come from far parts
of this country, or from the
Pacific area or North Africa or
Sicily wherever the Armed
Forces have gone. Hardly a farm
has not felt the lack of needed
labor to work the crops and care
for the livestock; the complete
dearth of farm equipment. They
have all toiled longer and harder
to carry the double burden and to
produce to their utmost capacity
for America's armies and for those
of her allies.
And when the farm work was
done these men and women served
on the home front as well. They
are air raid wardens and fire
wardens, airplane spotters. They
have knitted and made bandages
for the Red Cross. They have giv-
en blood for the plasma bank.
Their salvage and scrap drives
have Been intensive. Their daugh-
ters are nurses. They have canned
and preserved to make best possi-
ble use of every bit of food.
Synagogues, community houses,
cooperative headquarters have be-
come collection centers and cen-
ters for all kinds of Red Cross
activities. Jewish farmers have
Jewish Chaplains in North Africa and Sicily
Confer on Arrangements for High Holy Days
(Continued on Page 35)
Six of the eight Jewish chaplains in North
Africa and Sicily flew to Algiers on August 25 to
confer on arrangements for services during the
corning High Holy Days. They were welcomed
Y \,P'ain Roy H- Parker Senior Chaplain of
the North African Theatre. Large, public eerv-
ices for all military personnel will be held in the
following places by the above Jewish chaplains:
(from the left) Samuel Teitelbaum, (Sicily),
Meyer Berman of the British Army (Algiers),
Jacob J. Honig (Bizerte), Senior Chaplain Roy
Parker, Emanuel Honig (Oran), Earl Stone
(Sicily) and Samuel Kaufman (Casablanca).
Chaplain Louis Werfel, the "flying Rabbi" at-
tached to the 12lh Air Force attended the con-
ference but was not included in the picture. He
will conduct services in Tunis, while Chaplain*
Henry Tavel and Irving Tepper, who were un-
able to be present, will hold services in Kairouan
and Sicily respectively. Other service* with lay
readers will be held at Bougie, Sousae, Bone,
Phillippeville and Constantine. The Jewish Wel-
fare Board has sent to the Jewish chaplains in
the North African Theatre 3,000 machzorim
with English translations, 20,000 Rosh Hashanah
greeting cards and 10,000 calendars for 5704.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Adler
M ,-h All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Aptc
Isnd Son* Marvin and Stuart
I Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack August
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mri, Michael Arnold
of Coral Gablei
W ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
>r. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitx
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mra. Leonard Brr
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Becker
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Family
321 Di Lido Island
Miami Beach
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
>nd Daughter Charlotte
Wish .All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
|Mr. and Mr*. Josepk Z. Bouchter
Wish All Their Friends
* HAPPY NEW YEAR
B
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bronston
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohen
and Family
Miami Beack
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr.. H. M. Drewich
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Edelman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
Wish AH Their Relative? and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Elkin
and Family
Wish Ail Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. A. Engler and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenaxi
and Family
Wish'AU Their Relative" and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Estroff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
and Daughter Geralyn Dee
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel
Daughter Natalie and Son Marvin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Bernard Frishburg
Wish All Their Relatives an.
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lt. and Mrs. M. C. Furman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Louis Gadon
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Chaplain Harold H. Gordon
Basic Training Center No. 4
Miami Beack
Wishes the Entire Jewish
Communit>
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstrorn
Wish All Their Relatives nnd
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mrs. George Gerson
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Feuer
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Fine
and Son Louie
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fleeman
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Frienda
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Click
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Margaret C. G'xick
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goldberg
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank and
Son Aaron and Daughter Beatrice
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rabbi and Mrs. Akiba Goldbcrger
1019 4th Street, Miami Beack
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Golin
and Mrs. Javin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gordon,
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives i.nd
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. Grossberg
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker
410 N. W. 18th Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mra. Samuel N. Halpert
Family, and Son Stanton
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY' NEW YEAR




'.
PAGE THIRTY-FOUR
+Jmlslirk>rid**ii
OCTOBER
WAR SERVICE PROGRAM PRODUCES GOOD WtLL INACTIOH
(UPPER I.EFT,-com,
and Chrutmas rtt *
trooP. in Alaska are ta *
by B nw BTi-.h Women 7'
Hubb.rd. Glacier Prie, *
them to the Far North inTl
holiday distribution.
(UPPER RIGIID-Re,
tives of Catholics, Jew,, ',
nu and Negroes pmiciJ1
dedication of B'n,i 7'
equipped recreation room f?
Army to underscore the fwg
these facilities are for men Jj
faith, and races and colon.
(LOWER LfcFT>_AU
make possible S,.der f0r L
aervicemen. This Passer 2
ance at Lawton, Okla wTi
j" a Methodist Church,^
help of Catholic, Mmo^T1
can Legion. Y. W. C. A. ^
iah townspeople, with the
providing the funds and ma
(LOWER RIGHT) _
Servicemen's Center furaUhdj
B'nai B'rith as part of it,
al war servjce prop-m (
"" *od will in action. Qfl
500 recreation facilities f,
armed forces equipped by ft
B'rith more than 20 have btttl
th use of colored troops.
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year
H
H
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Hankoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. L. J. Harts
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Louis Heiinan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Maa Hoffman
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr.. M. J. Kop.lowit.
and Daughter Joy
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Frad Jon.i
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. a.d Mr.. C. S. Jamie**
and Family
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Aaron Kannar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Leon Kaplan
and Daughter.
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr. H. L Kaufman
and So. Cpl. Marri*
Wiah All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Sam Karat***
aad Daughter Gloria
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Koratxky
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Mo.e. Kriegor
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY .NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. A. Kronanfeld
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Mas Knpfar.toin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Hymaa Laib.on
aad Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. I.idor Ltnr.tr
aad Family
Wiah All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Donald LaVigao
and San aad Daughter.
Wiah All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr*. Loui. Lavilt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Lao* Liobormaa
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. nad Mr*. Jo..ph M. l.ipton
aad Family
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. aad Mr*. Sam Liptoa
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Jacob Luria
844 J.ff.r.on At*., Miami B.acK
Wi3h All Our Neighbors. Relatives
and Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Sam Laky
Betty Arlano. Sam, Jr., Cko.tar J
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. and Mrs. Maa Mint..r
aad Family
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. ..d Mrs. Stanley C. Myor*
and Family
Wiah All Their Relative, and
Friend*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
N
Mr. aad Mr*. S. H. Lataky
aad Sob*
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. Murray Maacklar
Extends
Best Wishes For
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Jo. M.cklow
Wishes All His Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. aad Mr*. Bonjamin Mayer*
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Jack Millar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Lo.i. MilUr
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. a.d Mr*. Sam B Millar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Sam Miller
Itlft S. W. 17th St.
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr*. Froda Newman aad
Son. Edward T. and Arnold A.
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Karri,
and Family
Wiah All Their Relative, iti'
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
Mr. and Mrs. I. I,
and Family
Wish All Their Relative, sal
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. aad Mr.. 1. RichUoJ<
Wish All Their Re ativea a*!]
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAE
Mr. aad Mr*. Harry Olipkant
and Son
Wi,h All Their Relatives and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr.. Ida Oplner nad Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friend*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Mom, Fall**
aad Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. A
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives u*
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEA1
Mr. and Mrs. Philip
and Child
Wish All Their Relative) at.
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEA1
Mr. and Mr*. Joseph lea
aad Family
Wish All Their Relatival u*
Friend*
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
Mr. aad Mrs. A. Pepper
aad Family
Wi,h All Their Relatives and
Friend*
A HAPPY,NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Morri* Peppor
and Family
Wish All Their Relative, end
Friend*
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
"* Man aUptmaort
aad Family
Wish All Their Relative, and
Friend,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1*"
aad Family
Wiah All Their Relatives
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
Mr. aad Mrs. Charles Rotes!**
and Family
With All Their Relaurei
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
Mr. and Mrs. L BeeeniW*"
and Son Eddie
Wish All Their Relati* >
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
Mr. and Mr.. Allr.d B. **"*
Wish All Their Relatives "
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAI_
Mr. and Mrs. Mas
end Sen. Ire*
MS 1*" M\
Wish All Their RsW "J
Friends
A HAPPY NEW Yrtt



)BER I. 1943
+Misl>rkr/(J*>rl
PAGE THIRTY-FIY*
nsb Farmers
[re Soldiers On
The food front
Continued from Page 33)
ctcd money for Hanukah and
Bfnas presents for soldiers
sailors. Through the columns
The Jewish Farmer," at group
kink's, at farm gatherings, at
fidual visits, every phase and
ct of war service has been
lorted.
far bond drives have been out-
ding. *A .typical instance is
I of the small Jewish farm com-
Jity of Bound Brook, N. J.
Eh recently celebrated attain-
. of its goal of $25,000 worth
nds and stamps, and received
nendation from the United
Treasury Department.
Efferent in no way is the Jew-
tfarmer from other American
jiers, whatever their religion.
Is notable only in that he dis-
\es what had become an al-
. axiomatic statementJews
^ot farm. The myth is ex-
ed.
the contrary it took nearly
Millennia to make the drastic
Ige from rural to urban dwell-
I From farmers to city folk,
a people working the land
fashioning the simple tools
in agricultural society to a
ersed people overwhelmingly
petty tradesmen, professional
workers and a footless proletariat.
It took wars to devastate Palestine
and bring about by forced migra-
tions a scattering of the tribes
all over the known world. It took
religious prescription to set these
people apart for centuries; to make
their possession of the land im-
practical and later illegal. It took
2,000 years of denial, persecution,
legal restriction and religious
hostility to convert a people of
farmers into a people of middle-
men.
It is therefore notable-that from
the earliest period of American
history Jews engaged in agricul-
ture. Abraham de Lyon, a Jew
brought the vine and silk cultures
from Portugal to Georgia. Also
in the South, Jews were engaged
in the production of indigo, rice,
corn, tobacco and cotton. There
were not more than 3,000 Jews in
the whole United States when
Mordecai Manuel Noah in 1820
announced his plan to establish a
Jewish agricultural colony on
Grand Island in the Niagara
Rivera plan which progressed
no further than purchase of the
land.
The first concerted effort to
found a Jewish farm colony came
in 1837 in Sholem in New York
State. It failed, but it was followed
by many others, which, tho.ugh
they too failed, left the seeds of
their ambition within its people
and pointed the turning to agri-
culture which has become so
HISTORIC PITTSBURGH CONFERENCE CONVENED BY B'NAI B'RITH
This is a general view of the opening session of the Pittsburgh Conference of national Jew-
ish membership organizations, convened by Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, and out of
which came the American Jewish Conference.
marked since the beginning of the
century.
It is indeed deeply significant
that a' Jewish farm class has been
built up within a comparatively
short span of years. They have
hewn for themselves a life on the
soil, and they are growing in num-
bers, prepared in times of war as
in times of peace to make their
fullest contribution to the basic
economy of this blessed land of
hope and opportunity.
This year the Jewish farmer
faces the New Yearprepared as
before in this great struggle to
give of himself and of his sub-
stance. And this year in prayer
from a full heart he will ask, "God
grant the world be right again
next year and our sons and
daughters be with us home again.
God grant that I may do my duty
and my share as a citizen and a
man. God bless this land America
and bring it peace.
PALESTINE FACTS
In the first four years of the
war, 24 new agricultural colonies
were established in Eretz Israel,
and of these 22 were founded on
the land acquired by the Jewish
National Fund. The new settle-
ments which bring up the total
of J. N. F. colonies to 166, are lo-
cated in all parts or the land
which in the Bible has been de-
scribed as stretching "From Dan to
Beersheba."
b All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal
and Family
1502 N. E. 1st At*.
Fish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Jennie Rotfort
fishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silver
984 S. W. 4th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Both
and Family
pish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Nathan Rothberg
and Son, Martin Paul
Fish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ethel Rothlein
nd Sons, Robert and Harold
Fish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Abe Rubin
and Family
Fish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
r. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
1923 S. W. 13th St.
Pish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
|M
r. and Mrs. M. 8. Rabin
2420 Flamingo Drive
Miami Beach
^'ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
p- and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro
and the Boys
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
and Mrs. Joseph Schaffer
and Family
'h AH Their Relatives and
, Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoenburg
and Family
2528 S. W. 19th Street
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwarts
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwarts
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seitlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silver-man
and daughter Miriam Patricia
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mri. Bernard Simon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Slmonhoff
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Singer
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Jean Seitlin
Her Son, Emannel and
Daughter, Shirley
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Selevan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shaff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Sbapoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relative? and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Max R. SUver
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
Mr. and Mr*. Louia Weinkle
Wish All Their Relatives and
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wepman
and *on*, Dtnni, and Warren
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Tobin
and Wayne Tobin
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Touby
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sokaloff
1898 S. W. 4th Avenue
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. S. J. Spector
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Bernard A. I IBag
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lt. CoL and Mrs. EIry Stone
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Marilyn and Samuel Tunick
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
u
Mrs. Taube Udell
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
w
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mn. J. Wei..
639 West Avenue, Miami Beach
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Paul Weitim.n
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. and Mr*. Philip Wein.tein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Carl Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Jule* Wilton
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Nat L. William*
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. WiHner
and Son Arthur
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mr*. Nathan Wroobei
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Jack Wuchar
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Zali*
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Nat Zalha"
and Family
Wish AX Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. I-oui. Zeienta
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr*. Harry Zuekernick
and Family .
Wish AH Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR




PAGE THIRTY SIX
+-JenU*tk>rkl**r
A NEW YEAR MESSAGE
from the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
to the
Jewish Community of Greater Miami
AVIGDOR GOLDEN
NOVELIST AND POET
Th- Ora.R Miami Rawttin.cal Association US- a|] 0f us, 0n this great New
t> ramaaud o! the aairllu*! leaders of the l ... j _j
., of wh,P tf tat, .r. im m.b. pear in this greatest tragedy and
mo mciu4 ot Jacob h Kmpun. lunoi ereater hope, resolve to conduct
Mai 3Ha;Mr. RaM Moaaa Maacteclaff Rabwl
tl Maehtn Riboi Simon April and RiS;
Brtma Lehman
our religious, our ethical, our
social life in such wise as ro make
"Comfort ye, comfort ye my the name JEW the most honored.
eeo(>!e. saith your God." |*hs most respected, the most reli-
No Jew and no friend of the'giously conscientious name in the
lews, mo matter how great and' whole framework of human life.
Sympathetic he may be. has the >,|av ,ne i-or(" bless you and
power or the eloquence or the k vou
wisdom to find words adequately ,,,,,.
te comfort Israel today; only God M> th' **** H'< ""<
can comfort us and teach us the MCI shine upon you and be
way of life gracious unto you.
And so in the name of God. ac-l Mtv thp Lord |ift up His
Mptiat whatever He sends a. in, countenince on vou ,d ive
humility and faith in His fatherly; r "
leve, de>p and mysterious tbol yu Isr">- nd "' children of
ft I*, we call to you. our brothers: God. peace; peace in your heart.
"Contort ye. comfort ye my; peace in your mind, peace to our |
people, saith your God." country, peace among all the'
The religious Jew. the ethically, .
t i _.n .k. peoples of the eartn. Amen
conscientious Jew. knows well the.
spiritual mea.iing and importance!
of the Rosh Hashona. the New
Tear. There are many of us who,
fee! their Jewishness only on Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur. To
them, and to all of us. we want ',
to call to mind what Israel B.
Ra;>poport so aptly puts, that
very individual Jew '"has a.
legitimate claim upon the group!
to help him become the kind of I
person who will bear the name I
J* with dignity and grace." Let
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Inoquois China Onetda Silver
Bramlett Equipment
and Supply Co.
Hair: RwiUurant tnd SJ
Fountain Equipment
MMCI T. nn\Mlir
m > i rim r :
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
111
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NATIONAL TITLE
COMPANY
no)
ASSOCIATES
Dr. Charles Beckwirt
OPTOMETRIST
In Miami Over 25 Years
.to N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-73*8
How odeo do you check your million
dollar ?>' Ma>be rout iluw ire not
finna) you laUafac'.x? aerrlew Let ut
Tind what 1b wrong Consult Dr Beck*
w.in rinifht apwciauai Lakora'.orr on
pramiitt
MR. and MRS.
JULIUS DAMENSTEIN
AND DAUGHTER
!
With for All Their Fri.nd.
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
WISHING ALL OF OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALLDRITT ELECTRIC
MOTOR CO.
AND SUBSIDIARY
HURRICANE FAN CO.
237 N. W. Second Awe.
PHONE 2-6147
GREETINGS
FROM
JACK FISHMAN
MANAGER
Nathan Straus-
Duparquet, Inc.
11M V E. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MR. AND MRS.
L SH.VERMAN
and the
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
Wish for All Their Patrons
and Friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISH ES
for a
HAPPY
i nd
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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Avigdor Golden local resident of
many years has a record of pro-
lific writing in the Jewish world.
His works have appeared innum-
. erable times in papers throughout
i this country and in Canada.
He is the recipient of hundreds
of letters each year from col-
leagues in the literary world and
from readers of the numerous
publications in which his material
appears. Two of these are re-
printed below.
New York
My dear friend and Colleague
Golden:
My thanks for your sending me
copies of your two sketches. I
have previously told you that you |
are a natural narrator and also'
that your writings and lyrics are
celestial.
Perhaps I will write about you'
and your work in my column in ;
the Morning Journal
With the best of wishes. I am
I. Tolush
Dear Friend Oolden:
Yesterday I forwarded your
magazine In which were printed
your worthy articles.
I had much satisfaction and
OCTOBER
received readinHoTT'l
sured success. I am .. "*
and devoted fS^"
Rabbi Uaac j
GREET
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and Patroni
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AVIGDOR GOLDEN
enjoyable spiritual moments when
I read them.
There Is no doubt that you are
a talented and gifted writer and
a narrator of ability and a born
journalist.
You must write more and often-
er. Be steadfast and let nothing
deter you.
Many thanks for the enjoyment
PATRICK McCARL
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
"HOMES OF DISTINCTION"
MIAMI FLORIDA
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loBER I. 19*3
Jews Of Italy
itinued from Page 28)
not reality. National pride
fjiot require this delirium of
I Anti-Semitism does not exist
By. The commandant of Sar-
General Modena is a Jew:
ler general in the artillery
lew."
Ifew years later however,
\o who had been laughing at
as an imitator began to get
ssingly chummy with Shick-
ber. The launching of Mus-
I Ethiopian campaign
jthrned,this bond and when
jlini began dreaming dreams
snquest of Arab lands, the
bility of the exploitation of
Semitism as a means to at-
thc Arabs, further strength-
hia leaning to follow Hitler
he anti-Jewish issue.
August 3, 193", it was an-
,ccd that Jews were to be
ped as teachers in all schools
[subsequently Jewish children
denied admission to Italian
dIs. Signor Salem, the Jewish
or of Trieste was forced to
n. Theodore Mayer, editor of
ading paper in TrJest, was
>d out. Italians began to be
bhed for dealing with Jews
* hnisllkridHkUti
PAGE THIRTY SEVEN
and Jews were forced out of em-
ployment. Little by little, every
Nazi anti-Jewish measure was dup-
licated in Italy.
Mussolini after one conference
with Hitler called his chief of
police and demanded that Jews
be required to wear yellow Mogen
Davids for identification. The
Rome police chief is said to have
persuaded Mussolini against this,
on the ground that it would arouse
the displeasure of the Pope!
Certainly, it would have arous-
ed the displeasure of the Italian
people who showed little sympathy
for his anti-Jewish measures and
even Mussolini apparently had his
penitent moments at least when
expediency dictated it. When the
British raiders damaged his best
battleships, the Julius Caesar and
Conte Cavour, Mussolini called
upon the Jewish Admiral, Urn-
berto Pugliesi, to attempt to save
them. Pugliesi. who designed
practically every vessel in the
Italian fleet, succeeded in saving
them.
The royal house of Savoy, how-
ever unsatisfactory as it may be
as far as the United Nations is
concerned, always maintained an
attitude of complete friendliness
to the Jews. Victor Emmanuel
was wont to frequently recount
the story of Theodor Herzl'a visit
to him. Herzl's personality made
a strong impression on the King.
The King's friendship for David
Lubin was equally pronounced.
The line must be drawn ever more
strongly between the Italian peo-
ple and Mussolini as regards the
treatment of the Jews. The racial
laws which finally seduced Mus-
solini were never popular with the
Italians. This was evidenced by
the large numbers of Jews from
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Yugoslavia and other Nazi satel-
lite countries who fled to Italy
for its greater relative safety.
The ousting of Mussolini was
followed by the announcement by
the new Badoglio government,
cancelling the racial laws. It was
reported that Jews ousted from
their positions because of the
racial laws, were being recalled
to their posts. This was particular-
ly true of the Army and Navy.
MY MANY
WISH FRIENDS .
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FREDA. KOENIC
iUL'S BOAT SUPPLY
PHONE 2-7641
260 S. W. Sixth Street
To All My Friend* and
Acquaintances
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOHN FALKENBERC
District Manager
American Express
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
WM. B. LaBAW
ACCOUNTANT
Commercial Arcade
Sincere New Year Greetings
LEONARD T. WILSON
WILSON
ROOFINC CO.
15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Any Kind or Type Roofing
Applied or Repaired
1690 Alton Road Phone 5-3063
DR. W. H. ELLIS
1100 N E. 1st Ae .
ami. Fla. Phone 3-3453
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for a
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
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BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
iji
FRED R. (FRITZI
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Dade Typewriter Co.
198 N. E. 2nd Ave.On the
Corner
Woodstock Typewriters
Adding Machines
I'ntals Repairs Supplies
ALL MAKES
PHONE 3-5335
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GREETINGS
G J G
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT
WE EXTEND
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL
C. & C. GIFT SHOP
"GREETING CARDS FOR
ALL OCCASIONS"
217?i N. E. First Avenue
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
WHITE BELT DAIRY
N. W. 32nd Ave. Ph. 7-2411
Among the naval officers recalled
were Admiral Ascoli, who had in
charge the Italian fleet in the
Aegean Sea and Admiral Umber-
to Ogliese, who, as before men-
tioned, is famous as the designer
of the Italian fleet.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TARADASH
PROPERTIES, INC.
927 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINCS
HARLEY DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE CO.
332 West Flagler Street
GREETINGS
CAPTAIN AL'S
FISH MARKET
ALWAYS FRESH FISH
PROMPT DELIVERY
2321 S. W. 17th Ayr,
PHONE 4-9392
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LEON'S BAKERY
2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES, FLA.
Phone 4-5166
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ACE WINDOW
CLEANERS
2131 N. W. 51st Street
PHONE 7-3544
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Miami Wholesale
Corp.
118 N. W. First Avenue
PHONE 3-3449
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
CEO E BUNNELL, Inc.
79 N. E. 20th Terrace
565 N. E. 58th Streot
Phone 9-1989
Phone 7-1876
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
William Bill1 Burbridge
YOUR COUNCILMAN
MIAMI BEACH -
FLORIDA
| UERGEN'S
OLD CASTLE INN
"Every Meal a Pleasant Memory"
151 S. E. SECOND STREET
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Tropical Mattress &
Upholstery Co.
2252 West Flagler Street
PHONE 4-2214
DR. and MRS.
BARNEY WEINKLE
and FAMILY
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
It Is a Pleasure to Extend to
All Our Jewish Friends and
Pata-ons Sincere Wishes for a
Happy New Year
ROBBINS ROOFINC &
SHEET METAL CO.
222 N. W. 26th St. Ph. 2-3705
T. W. Mills A. H. Becker
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HEW YEAR
GREEN BROTHERS
MERCHANDISE FOOD FACTORS 55 N. E. 24TH STREET |. W.ALLEON GREEN
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOUIS
YOUR HAIRDRESSER
231 Halcyon Arcade No. 4
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 2-1853
BEST WISHES TO UX FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
CAROL EDDA
g
DR. ABRAHAM
WOLFSON
and
THE SPINOZA
FORUM
Miami Beach. Florida
WISH FOR ALL JEWRY
A HAPPIER
NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CHAS. S. MEYERS
l iclwilv" Representative
ROYAL STANDARD
TYPEWRITERS
l-S V T. FIBST STREET
Hfrl(BcaUli
Mcrrim
THE SISTERHOOD
of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center
SEND GREETINGS ON THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
OF ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
MRS. ISIDOR NEWMAN, President


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THE OFFICERS
of
District Grand lodge No. 5
B'NAI S'RITH
EXTENDS TO ITS MEMBERS
FRIENDS AND JEWRY AT LARGE OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
CORDIAL GREETINGS AND GOOD WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


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PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT
UtaNMJMlM
!
JEWISH YEAR IN WASHINGTON
By CARL HARTMAN
(Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
During the past year, the first
full year that the United States
has spent at war, Washington
emerged clearly as the city where
the future of the world, and of
world Jewry, is being determined.
Our debatable handling of the
Jewish problem" in North Africa
roused some fear of what our
futuro policy might be, but this
doubt was at least partly over-
come when the Allied Military
Government of Occupied Terri-
tory forthrightly revoked all anti-
Jewish legislation in Sicily. This
was regarded as a precedent for
- future occupations by Britain and
the United States.
Our deal with Admiral Jean
Parian in North Africa for a con-
siderable time left discriminatory
laws there almost as oppri
as they were under the Nazis on
Nov. 17, 10 days after our land-
ings. President Roosevelt told the
world that he had asked the abro-
gation in North Africa of all laws
stemming from Nazi ideology,
t'nder this pressure some reforms
wire instituted, but it was not
until March 14, almost three
months' after Darlan's assassina-
tion, that Gen. Henri Giraud an-
nounced the revocation of anti-
Jewish laws.
With one exception, in 1871,
I' e Cremicux decree had con-
ferred citizenship on all native
Jews in Algeria. Vichy revoked
this degree, Giraud, too, declared
the Cremieux decree abrogated.
Consul General Robert Murphy,
the State Department's chief rep-
resentative in North Africa,
Undersecretary of State Sumner
Welles and most recently, Secre-
tary of State Cordell Hull himself
defended Giraud's decision on
grounds of expediency. Gen.
Charles de Gaulle, leader of the
Fighting French, attacked the
procedure as illegal and as his
power waxed in North Africa to-
ward the end of the year, it ap-
peared that the Cremieux decree
might soon be restored.
A joint British, French and
American committee worked in
North Africa to release persons
interned there for political rea-
son*many of them Jewish
refugees. By June 15, the State
Department was able to announce
that they had all been set free.
The problem of refugees in
Europe received considerable at-
tention in Washington, following
mass meeting and other popular
pressures in both this country and
Great Britain. An Anglo-Ameri-
can refugee conference was held
in Bermuda, where many news-
papermen and all organizations
interested in helping refugees
found it impossible to follow be-
cause of transportation difficul-
ties. Facilities for coverage were
furnished to the Associated Press,
the United Press, International
News Service and the Overseas
News Agency, while Welles point-
ed out to President Philip Mur-
ray of the C.I.O. that all organi-
zations were welcome to submit
memoranda.
Chairman Sol Bloom of the
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DURO PUMP &
SOFTENER CO.
1528 N. W. Seventh Avenue
Phone 3-S#7
J. B. HIRST
GBBETINGS rBOM TM
MIAMI CONSERVATORY
WOMEN'S inn bi n.oiM.
1711 S. Bankm Drf
S|yl~ MIlBl H*>rN SaBB*aB
PHONE J-JSU
American Tcrrazio
and Tile Co.
CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZO
1915 N. W. Miami Court
Miami, Florida
PHONE 9-2112
L. TOFFOLI
NEW 1U OBEETINGS
Lucky Four Products Co.
Ku. FWrMa Urn** rrcaarla
Manaf>rtor*r tl MAYONNAISE. SALAD
narssiNC. mi -ruu nmoasV
UfU svnr B..IKI SAKS
::: v miami avi. rn. visas
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
Lovelady Music
Machine Co.
113 N. E. Ninth Straat
PHONES
9-1301 2-8654
TO OUB MANT EBIENOS WI EXTEND
BUT WISHES EOB A MOST HAPrT
ani) PBOsrcRoia new teab
JAMES HOTEL
M R. MIAMI AVENCS
phone im

Greetings
On the New Year
Operating three stores in Florida
Miami Miami Beach Daytona Beach
SINCERE BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BISCAYNE TENT
& AWNING CO.
245 8. W. 6th St. Phone 3-6248
1141 S. Evt-rrLades Concourse
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 6-2M1
To Our Many Jewish. Friends
and Cuilomfri May the New
Year Bring You Happiness
REES MARSHALL
CORAL CABLES
INSURANCE INC
PHONE 4-0123
2X01 Pone, de Leon Bird.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MINA LEE IMPORTERS, Inc.
603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
Merchandise Brokers
Miami JackaonTllle Tampa
BEST WISHES TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALEX & ROMAN-RUSSIAN BEAR
929 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
mo.NE MM bbakes a spbcialtt
HARRISONS CARACE
' stoic* aaS mruoniLi
BOOT. PBNDEJU aae PAINTINO
TOPS aa* SEAT COTSBS
111 N. E Ula STBEIT
BESTWISHES
FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAH
SUTTON
JEWELRY CO.
Succora to "Whalers'
THE OLDEST JEWELRY
STORE IN MIAMI
ESTABLISHED 1897
132 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 2 5996
BEST WISHES FOR A
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NEW YEAR
i
LIFE BAR &
PACKAGE STORE
43 COLLIN8 AVENUE
MIAMI ACH
House of Representatives Foreign
Affairs Committee and President
Harold Willis Dodds of Princeton
University assisted San. Scott
Lucas, Illinois Democrat, in rep-
resenting the United States at
Bermuda. As the year drew to
a close, almost six months after
the meeting, it was not yet clear
what the Bermuda conference
had accomplished, if anything.
Critics in and out of Congress
expressed themselves aa disap-
pointed that the meeting had seen
fit to take up only the problem
of those refugees who have suc-
ceeded in escaping Nazi-occupied
territories. The millions of Jews
and others facing destruction in
Europethe potential refugees
did not enter the discussion.
Their cause was actively es-
C-hforn,. Demomt "J
Wp to Lond *!
could do in their^'
"ogers had ,.
ested himself inVh''^
Europe f?r th/ ^^3
It was reliably *^J|
Nan-dominated L^S
"nment had *$
(Continued on P^
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PICC 10 LO
Italian-American RriUuraat
134-36-38 Collin. A*/e.,
Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
PHONE 8-031
Famou for its Real Italian
Dinners, Steaks, Chops, Sea
Food*, Pixxa Ravioli, Spaghetti
SOSH HASHONA GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
South Florida
Liquor
Distributors
INCORPORATED
3f* South Miami Avenue
Phones 1-tUtt-iSlt
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T All o,, FrfJ
and Patrst,
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SUPPLY CO.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
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NURSING SERVICE
SHIRLEY F. BOOXBAUM
Registrar
810 Alton Road
Miami Beach
TELEPHONE 5-4968
BfarlU M. Dri'kfr < r>
D R UCKER'I
ORIGINAL JEWELaj
mi WMklacKB liaa |
WISH ALL THUS rUBSl
A mm m iui
rnoNE i-iTii
NEW YEAR GREET1
TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
M. & M. Dredging
& Construction Co.
Postal Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
SEASON'S GREETINGS
SAM GOLDSTEIN AND FAMILY
KING'S CLEANERS and SHOE REBUILDERS
1676 Alton Road
Miami Beach ft,
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Shippers, Tree Ripened Fruits, Crystaliied Fruits, iellies
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American Bank Building
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}ER 1- 19
>.JtnislIk, viva
Jewish Year
In Washington
Ltinued from Page 38)
Inding of 70,000 Jews to
Nations territory, for a
| $200 a head. Zionist lead-
ere. including Dr. Chaim
nn, sought to have the
[accepted, confident that
ould easily raise the ne*?s-
inds, but somehow the deal
were ever actually pro-
-fell through. One later
I said the Nazis had executed
(,000.
perpetrators of these atroc-
eemed destined for punish-
The United Nations Issued
warnings that the most
|c evidence was being col-
against them, and Presi-
loosevelt promised that they
stand trial in the very
ties where they committed
misdeeds. He appointed
rt C. Pell, former minister
mgary and Portugal, the
can representative on the
Nations Commission for
IvestigfttiOD of War Crimes,
wont to work in London.
Bo warned neutral countries
lited Nations' displeasure if
should offer asylum to war
pals as political refugees.
Appeared that little could be
| to relieve the hardships of
indcr the Nazi yoke until
Reason's greetings
I. W. WILLIAMS
IRVICE STATION
Atlantic Product*
Complete Serrice
668 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-9189
the United "Nations actually oc-
cupied more European territory
Respite the success of the ex-
periment in Greece, where both
belligerents a Hawed food from
Canada and the UniUd States \o
be distributed by the Interna-
tional Red Cross. In preparation
for the future, Britain, Russia,
China and the United States
agreed on a plan for a United
Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration to carry on
throughout the world the work
that former Governor Herbert
Lehman's Office of Foreign Re-
lief and Rehabilitation Operations
began so well in North Africa.
A conference was tentatively
scheduled for early next year,
when the other United Nations
should have added their agree-
ment.
Refugees who succeeded in
reaching our shores fared some-
what better than they had, al-
though it was still as difficult
as ever to gain admittance. It
was pointed out that fewer than
40 per cent of the immigrants
admissible under the present
quota system had received visas
NEW YEAH
GREETINGS
$
DAN CHAPPEL
DR. and MRS.
JOS. B. MARGOLIS
and Daughter ISADORA
and Son STEVEN
Extend to All Their
Relatives and Friends
Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
*
DR. and MRS.
A. E. ROSENTHAL
Extend to All Their Relatives
and Friends Sincere Wishes
for a
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
*
SEASON'S GREETINGS
THE
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"The Home of Delicious Food"
LUNCHES DINNERS
2235 TAMIAMI TRAIL
Pu"i 3 an(i 5 Stop at Oar Doer Phone 4-315S
An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes
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TO ALL ... A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
P. RICHARDSON
Insulation Firebrick Tanks Traps and Regulators
1 Mendosa Ayenui
Phono 4-2201
Wholesale: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street
Phone 3-4860
I
TO ALLA MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY
LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES
FERTILIZER
*3* South Miami Avenue *0M1
since 1933. However, new Justice
Department regualtions made it
possible for some classes of
refugees to take jobs without the
special individual approval for-
merly required. Aliens in the
armed forces stationed outside the
United States received their citi-
zenship papers by simple execu-
tive action instead of a compli-
cated court process. Naturalized
citizens, threatened with loss of
their rights when war conditions
made it impossible to return occa-
sionally to the United States, had
their citizenship protected by two
new laws.
These and other measures to
lighten harsh immigration and
naturalization laws were fought
by a determined Congressional
group, whose most valuble spokes-
man was Rep. John Rankin, Mis-
sissippi Democrat.
The elections of 1942 changed
somewhat the personnel of the
Jewish members of the House of
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GOTTFRIED'S
MARKET
Purveyors of Quality Food
216 71tt Street
Miami Beach
PHONE 6-1072
ROYAL FULTON
BAKERIES, Inc.
EXTEND
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO
THEIR FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
MR. and MRS.
H. L. GREENE
and the
CAPITOL
DRESS SHOP
244 North Miami Arenue
100 East Flasler Street
EXTEND BEST WISHES
, FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
2 17 BAR
Extends Seaion's Greeting*
To It* Many Friend*
217 STH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
PAGE THIRTY-NINE
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM HOGARTH
and Son
WILLIAM
We Wish to Extend Our
Best Wishes for the
NEW YEAR
To Our Many
Good Friends

HOTEL EVANS
Miami Beach, Florida
Same Management
SEA GULL POOL AND
CABANA CLUB
Representatives, who usually
fought In behalf of immigration
measures. Like the 77th, the
78th Senate, contained no Jews,
but of the seven in the House,
five were reelected and two de-
feated. There was one Jewish
newcomer in the person of Rep.
Daniel Ellison, Maryland Repub-
lican, the first G.O.P. congress-
man from his state in many years.
It was one of the reelected
representatives, Emanuel Celler
of New York, who got from Sec-
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a promise to investigate the pres-
ence of the army's School of
Military Government of Maj.
Michael Grazynski, a former gov-
ernor of Polish Silosia with a long
anti-Jewish record. Stimson as-
sured Celler that Grazynski would
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The Jewish Year
In Washington
(Continued from Paire 39)
or creed. Two Jews, Samuel]
Zemin-ray for management andj
Boris Shishkin for labor, took'
seats on the strengthened com-:
mittee.
A Year Of Peace
By RABBI L. LEHRER
Key West. Florida
Once more Israel will gather to-
aver administer any territory! Zionists fought through a busyjgether in the Synagogue on the
under American control. year that saw the establishment j ****** d*y ot New Years I""1* d*V
__ _. .:,,. <' was given to us by divine corn-
Two men 0f the type who SOI-lfa Washington of an office of mandment tnd its deeper mMn.
fered under Grazynski were the Jewish Agency. under Dr. mg may transcend the under-
executed during the year, not by Nahum Goldman, as well as re- standing of mortal man. How-
Poles but bv the Soviet govern- peated conferences among Dr. ever, our sages in interpreting the
;. Woiiminn svnhpn A Wise and meaning of the Torah call the en-
went, according to a letter from weizmann, atepnen a. wise anu ._ .,... ._, v.,r. r%.v
high officials of the administra-
tion.
Ambassador Maxim Litvinoff to
President William Green of the resenUlives pledged continued
American Federation of Ubor. supporl t0 the "declared and tra-
They were Victor Alter and i dilionmi policy of the United
Henryk Erhch, internationally Stat t0 favor the restoration of
Six Senators and Iff rep- # Buy war bondsthe key t0
victory.
known leaders ot tne Jewish | the Jewish Nttionai Home in!
Secialist Party in Poland. The; Pa|estint. The Committee for!
Soviets shot them in December I Jewish Arm>. obuined Sen. Ed-.
1911. Litvinoff's belated report, wjn < Johnson, Colorado Demo-]
aui, for allegedly spreading pro-|cr,. M cn,jrm,n l0 succeed-
paganda among Soviet troops forjpierre van paaen. So vigorous!
a separate peace with Germany. I wore lh 0I groups that representatives of1
Arab countries made worried in-
quiries at the State Department,
and several senators were moved
to criticiie what they viewed as
excessive teal.
risk the United States since the
Soviet Revolution, arrived here
n June 15. Solomon Mikhoels,
th<- best known Jewish actor in
the C.S.S.R.. and Itrik Feffei.
the rioted Yiddish poet, said they
rime "to unite the efforts of the f
Jewi of all countries for the
complete destruction of Hitler-1
hm."
A blow against native Hitlerismj
wa struck when President Roose-
velt revived the Committee on j
Fair Employment Practices after i
a period of inactivity to fight job
discrimination on account of race.
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us in the ,cycle of the twelve
nfonths this time of the year for
a thorough searching of hearts.
May we therefore during the ap-
proaching great days of Moral De-
cision purify our hearts of every
evil and may our lives during the
next year be guided along the
paths of wisdom and righteous-
ness, and with hearts purified and
souls enobled may we start a year
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