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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 16No. 50
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
J. E. A. Releases Plans for
Coordination of Education
BBC BROADCAST SAYS
3.000.000 EUROPE
ARE KILLED BY NAZIS
The Jewish Education Asso-
ciation released this week to lo-
cal congregations and spiritual
leaders and parties interested in
the educational program an an-
nouncement of the suggested plan
for the coordination of the exist-
ing local Talmud Torahs.
Louis Hciman, president of the
J. E. A., stated that the tentative
minimum program and suggested
plan for the Association, as out-
lined together with the coopera-
tion of Dr. Israel S. Chipkin. had
been approved by the Jewish Ed-
ucation Association's board of di-
rectora. .
Preamble to the plans s.ated
the purpose was to effect greater
cooperation and coordination of
activities among existing Talmud
Torahs in Greater Miami, in or-
der to provide extended facilities
and opportunities for Jewish edu-
ction for all age groups in ac-
cordance With the studied need-;
hi the Jewish community, and in
eider to encourage existing as
well as newly established schools
to attain higher standards of pu-
pil achievement. To do this the
J.E.A. will oiler these Bchools
and educational agencies expert
AGAINST SETTLERS
Jerusalem (JTA>.The Pales-
tine Government announced tins
week that it has dropped all
charges against the :<4 settlers
arrested during the police raid
..ii the settlement oi Ramath Ha-
kovesh. The bail put up by the
settlers when they were released
last weekend has been retU
I >! the original 35 Jews arrested.
i ne Shmuel Wolynetz, died as a
result of wounds Buffered during
the raid.
The decision taken last week
; v the Small Zionist Ac ions
Committee to send Moshe Sher-
tok. Jewish Agency political
chief to London in an attempt to
reconcile the differences between
Dr. Chaim Weizmann and David
Ben Gurion, seems to have pre-
cipitated another crisis Within
the Zionist ranks instead oi solv-
ing the already existing one. it
was learned here.
The General Zionists B. the
Mi/rachi and the Paole Mizrachi
:, all up in arms at the Act.ens
Committee because it decided to
nd Shertok alone, rather than a
delegation on which other Zionist
groups besides the Labontes
would be represented
B'NAflfmTH^CABLES
S5.000 TO SWEDEN BENS
Washington (JTA). Respond-
ing to an urgent plea from Oscai
Fraenckel. president of the now
liquidated B'nai B'rith lodge m
Copenhagen, who. together with
most of the members of the lodge.
has found sanctuary in Sweden,
B'nai B'rith has cabled $8,000 to
Mr. Fraenckel for relief WOTK
among Danish members oi a nai
B'rith in Sweden, it WM an-
nounced here. The funds were
-abled through the Danish and
Swedish legations here.
jewishIabor body is
not with committee
New York (JTA).-The Jew pi'
Labor Committee announced this
week that it will remain in tin
American Jewish Conference, but
will not participate in the Interim
Committee of the Conference,
which has been established to oi-
rect the affairs of the organization
until its next meeting some time
in the future.
professional services, central di-
rection and certain forms of fin-
ancial aid.
The plan of coordination and
unification emphasizes that each
of the existing schools remain an
autonomous unit, continues to
meet in its present quarters, and
its budget is supplied by the con-
gregation with which it is affil-
iated.
In order to help a school in its
efforts to raise its standards of
educational achievement, the J.
E. A. will offer such school con-
tain specified forms of financial
aid in accordance with available
funds.
Each school will follow a
course of study, jointly prepared
bv the Rabbinical and Teacher
Councils with the aid of the su-
pervisor or the director of the
J.E.A.
The services of the J.E.A.
through its organization which
will engage an executive director,
who will also serve as supervis-
or of the Talmud Torahs. will in-
clude enrollment campaigns and
assistance in detailed administra-
tive matters with expert super-
vision by the qualified supervisor
and his Staff.___________________
AGENCY OFFERED BIG
LOAN BY LLOYDS BANK
Haifa (JTA).The Lloyds Bank
of London has oil. red the Jew-
ish Agency a large long-term loan
which would make POS! ible ex-
pansion oi Jewish post-war ac-
tivities In Palestine, it was re-
vealed here this week by Elie/er
Kaplan, agency treasurer, ad-
dressing the opening campaign ol
the Keren "Hayesod drive lure.
Mr. Kaplan disclosed that the
agency's budget for the current
year is S8.000.000, half of which
will be allocated for the develop-
ment of new colonies in northern
and southern Palestine and tor
economic measures to facilitate
the transition from a war-time to
a peace-time economy.
DELEGATES MAY SOON
COME TO PALESTINE
Jerusalem (JTA).There is a
possibility that a special Soviet
Jewish delegation may soon visit
Palestine, it was learned here
this week.
The Victory League for Rus-
sia disclosed that it had invited
Pro! Solomon Mikho.-I- and
Lieut. Col. Itzik Fetter to com.'
to Palestine en route home trom
Britain, but had been advised by
the Jewish Anti-Fascist Commit-
tee In Moscow that it was not
possible for the two to visil Pal-
estine, but that the committee
would he glad to send a special
delegation.
GERMANS STILL ARREST
DEPORT DANISH JEWS
London (JTA).Marking the
forthcoming anniversary of the
United Nations Declaration on
Nazi atrocities in occupied Eu-
rope, which was issued on Dec.
17, 1942, the British Broadcasting
Company this week broadcast a
summary of German atrocities
against Jews, estimating that
3.000,000 European Jews have
been killed since the outbreak of
the war.
The broadcaster stated that Po-
land has become the execution
center for the Jews of Europe.
He reviewed the arrest and de-
1 portation to Poland of the Jews
of Holland. Greece, France. Aus-
jtria and other countries and esti-
mated that only about 700 Jews,
who are married to Aryans, re-
main in the city of Vienna. The
I broadcast also described the bat-
tle of the Warsaw ghetto and the
death chamber at the Treblinka
camp in Poland.
f|vssHillelUnitatU.o(M.Now
Reality; House is Acquired
Forma 1 announcement was
made this week of a Hilled unit at
the University of Miami and the
purchase of a Hillel house. 3306
Ponce de Leon Boulevard, near
the University of Miami in Coral
Gables.
The unit, one of 175 odd located
at universities throughout the
country, is under the leadership
of Dr. A. L. Sachar. national di-
rector, who announced the ap-
pointment of William L. Kessel-
man as director of the foundation
for the local university-
The local unit is now func-
tioning through 15 activity groups
including social, art, music, ser-
vice to service men. religion, wel-
fare, cooking, dramatics, office,
dancing, forensic, literary, athlet-
ic, inter-faith, and photography.
Mr. Kesselman. a layman whose
background includes a wide scope
of activities in line with his pr< S-
ent position, was formerly an act-
ive teacher and Hillel counselor
for the Milwaukee colleges. Mr.
Kesselman is a graduate of the
University of Wisconsin and re-
ceived his M. A. from Northwest-
ern University. He has done ad-
vanced work toward his Ph.D.
at the University ol Wisconsin.
Mr. Kesselman has served ed-
ucation in the following capaci-
ties: member of the advisory <
GERMANS HAVE BUILT
NINE SEPARATE CAMPS
London (JTA).Nine oi
100 concentration camps which
..have been established by the
29th German occupation authorities in
Mr.'Poland are used solely tor Jew-
Baerwald stressed that "if the ish prisoners, while Jews are also
war were to end tomorrow, or at confined in three other camps.
any time within the year, we according to information gathered
would require twice or three by a special commission of the
times that sumor even more." Polish Government, which was
Mr. Baerwald was elected made public here,
chairman of the JDC, succeeding The "Jewish camps are located
Capt Edward M. M. Warburg, at Belezec. Standard. Postniice,
J.D.C. WILLED
S17.QQa.Q0Q IN
m ELECT HEII
New York (JTA). At hast
(17,000,000 will be required by
the Joint Distribution Committee
during 1944 to carry out its nor-
mal routine activities in Eut
Asia and North Africa, it was
stated this week by Paul Baer-
wald addressing 4.000 delegates
from 138 cities attending th
annual meeting of the JDC.
mittee on teachers preparation
and certification of the National
Education Association; member
of the education committee of the
M. T. A. in charge of American
Education Week Radio Programs;
tea'her representative to the
Wisconsin Congress of Pan ids
and Teachers: member of the So-
cial Studies Curriculum commit-
tee of the Milwaukee public
schools; on the staffs of the ele-
mentary and high school divisions
of the religious school of Congre-
gation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun.
Mr. Kesselman is the author of
"PartnersParent and Teacher."
"Diagnosing Child Behavior."
"Back to the Horse and Buggy."
ana numerous other articles pub-
lished in educational magazines,
An active member of his com-
munity. Mr. Kesselman served
Milwaukee in many ways includ-
ing: member of the executive
Committee Of Junior Red Cross
of Milwaukee county: chairman
of the committee on Junior Red
Cross High School Councils;
member of the speakers' bureau
of American Red Cross; member
of the Milwaukee Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, and on its
speakers' bureau; member of the
executive board B'nai B'rith Gil-
ead I.odg<- in Milwaukee' and
membi r oi the Committee' e>l 100
tep study Post-War Problems,
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Stockholm (JTA).Arrests and
deportations <>t Danish Jews are
still continuing despite- the fact
that the majority oi the Jews in
the country havei either.fled to
Sweden or were deported by tne
.m;ills last month, it >a reported
, the newspaper Dagena Nyhe-
ter this week.
The paper reports that recently
l!) Jews were removed from Uie
Horseroed camp, when- the ai-
rested Jews have been concen-
trated, and taken undei German
escort to the Elsmor. ra, road
station where they were placed
on a train bound for an unknown
destination.
A group of 30 Jews who were
captured while attempting to
reach Sweden were sent to the
He.rseroed camp, the report adds.
Of this group several were laur
released M a result of interven-
[fon by foreign diplomats;. Dagens
Nyheter says, indicating that they
may have been nationals of DM-
Sal countries or of countries
friendly to the Axis.
who is on active service wi h th<
Uniteel States army. For the past
two years Mr. Baerwald has been
functioning as honorary chairman
of the organization. Mrs. Felix
Warburg was named honorary
chairman and James N. Rosen-
berg was elected to the- newly-
created post of chairman of the
board.
Joesph C. Hyman, execu iye
vice-president of the JDC. dis-
CUSSed arrangements which the
JDC has just completed with tin-
Soviet Union to send food, cloth-
ing and other relief supplies n
the amount of $500,000 Into the
U S. S. R. within the next few
months tor distribution by the
Russian Red Cross te. civilians on
a non-sectarian basis in areas eel
predominantly Jewish popula-
tion. He said that this marked
the formal resumption e>f relief
relationships between JDC and
the Soviet Union. The new pro-
gram will supplement the- JDC S
present shipments of packages
'containing food, clothing and
medicines to large numbers ol
evacuees from eastern Europe
who are now in Soviet Asia. Mr.
Hyman explained, pointing out
that the package plan is expected
to reach a rate of 5.000 parcels
a month bv the end of this year.
Sobibor, Kosow-Podlaski, Treb-
linka, Trawniki, Poniechowek
and also one' between Chelo and
Wlodawa. Of these, Treblinka,
Trawniki and Ponie clie.wek are-
death lamps" to which the Jews
i, sent tei be executed. It is
known that Treblinka iias exten-
siv execution facilities, such as
gas and steam chambers. The'
government report says that Jews
are' also confined in the Majda-
nek, Myslowice and Oswiecim
camps and at several other un-
named places m Polish Silesia.
SQUARE IN HAIFA IS
NAMED FOR I. W. MACK
New York (JTA).A square in
the commercial center of the
Emek Zebulun area of Haifa has
been named for the late Judge
Julian W. Mack of the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals.
according t> an announcement I v
I the Palestine Economic Corpora-
tion. Judge Mack was an active
and leading participant in Pa
tine reconstruction activities for
many years. i
Zurich (JTA).German troops
last week invaded a synagogue in
Milan while services were being
held and arrested all the wor-
shippers it is reported in the
Italian newspaper Libera Stam-
pa. The' report says that a Dr.
Neppi, a noted Milan physician,
was killed during the- raid.
Another report says that the
German military authorities in
northern Italy nave established
special tribunals in Rome. Flor-
e nee, Turin. Milan and Genoa to
try Jew- accused of anti-Fascist
activities.
Tin- Berlin radio this week an-
nounced that 10.000 Jews have
already been i xpelled from Rome
and added that their homes would
be used to shelter families whose
houses have' been destroyed by
Allied war raids. The broadcast
did ne>t indicate te> where the-
Rome Jews had been sent, but re-
cent reports reaching here have
indicated that most <>i them an
being shipped to the- concentra-
tion camp at Piacenza.
GROVE OF TREES WILL
HONOR SLAIN SETTLER
Perusalem (JTA).A grove of
trees in honor of Shmuel Woly-
netz. Polish-born Jew who was
fatally wounded during the raid
on the settlement of Ramath Ha-
kovesh on Nov. 16 will shortly
be planted in Palestine, it was
announced by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. The grove will sym-
Ibolize the Palestine Jewish com-
munity's appreciation of the "pio-
neer heroism" of the Ramath Ha-
kovesh settlers, the announce-
ment said.
SHERTOK TO LONDON
TO TRY SOLVE CRISIS
Jerusalem (JTA). Moshe
Shertok. chief of the political de-
partment of the Jewish Agency.
I will be sent to London shortlv to
attempt to iron out differences
existing between David Ben
Gurion, resigned chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive, and
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, it was de-
cided this, week at a meeting of
the Small Zionist Actions Com-
mittee here.
Give
Gifts.
War Bonds as Chanuka
GEN. MOSHE COHEN IS
HOME ON GRIPSHOLM
Montreal (JTA).General Mo-
she- Cohen, former adviser to Dr.
Sun Yat Sen, first president o
the- Chinese' ivpublie-. and to G< n
eralissimo Chiang Kai-Shek, ar-
rived in Montreal last week
among the group of 221 Canadi-
ans repatriated freim Japan on the
exchange ship SS. Gripsholm.
It is expected that General
Cohen may return to western
Canada where he first made con-
tact with Chinese and where he-
organized the Chinese Labor Bat-
talion during the first World War.
He served in France with that
unit.
Melbourne, Australia (JTA).
A Pro-Palestine Committee, con-
sisting of prominent non-Jewish
leaders, has been formed in
South Australia, it was announced
here. Four of the Common-
wealth's six states now have such
groups functioning.
ALLIED BIG LEADERS IN
VISIT TO PALESTINE
New York (JTA). President
Roosevelt and Prime Minister
Churchill visited Palestine en
route from their conference at
Cairo with Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-Shek, according to reports
current here this week.


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ORGANIZATION!
ACTIVITIES
J. W. V. AUXILIARY^ M. B. JEWISH CENTER
WORKERS' ALLIANCE
BETH JACOB
No. 290( will i A
Bialik Branch,
te the 30th jubilee of the
Workers Alliance De-
er 19th at the Labor Ly-
ceum. 25 Washington Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach. Admission charge of
Si.00 will include evening's en-
tinment and refreshments.
Celebrating 30
the orgSJ will re-
mplishments
untry. Canada and
[t maint
an I sanitariums in addi-
its colonies in Palestine.
Blum. Brandeis and the
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Melaveh Malkeh will be held
Saturday night at the Beth
Jacob Synagogue. Miami B>
for the purpose of discussing the
organization of a local Yeshiva
M. scheloti will
chairman Local cantors
will sing. The public is invited.
At; ISO women at-
tended the annual Sisterhood
ther and tea held t:
day by the Bth Jacob Sisti
M Mi M Rose
: ved as chairman Mrs.
I. i i:
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ved by a mu
im in which pr;
ilar and I
folk tun s. Miss Ruth B
accompanied by Miss Anyuta
Melicov at the piano, sang a num-
aria ind P
tinian '' Turk
original
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iding Mrs A. R.
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: Will
run a C rd party a!
the Bead Y n 1
: Ch inukah Decei 22, al
M.
1 Beth J Pan nt-Ti i
onduct the
- in in
Hiding this
13, at 7:30
of ligious
hildren are cordially :n-
Freda Markowitz Ladies' Aux-! The Chevra Kadisha of the Mi-
iliaryNo 174 has sent 59 Chanu- ami Beach Jewish Community
kah gifts of Sewing Kits. Bill | Center is being ^''rganized and
Folds and Cigarette Cases to their expanded, and will hold its tra-
- and daughters in the armed ditional dinner party on Monday
(evening. December 13th. Members
The' next regular me I 'and friends art invited
the Auxiliary will be held Mon-__________________
P M. Beth David, at whichi
time the Hospital Committees J' UTA) -An exhibi-
will tion i " NDHSE STMCOtf
hold
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B< i< '. ments
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te for
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life
Jewish com-
muti-
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the Ri
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which .
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$30,00
Aid
Russia Th< funds will
trumenU I tint for
Union
the Palestine J< wish
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from the
Red
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Stockholm (JTAiFn
cases of Holy Scrolls .^n
other
books and
|ogui ."^vna.
\'k( T" *1
taken from the synagogue thr*,^
a el. vet ru ,ure,,thruh
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OrthoS
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'ted Jew?
fun-d '^orphan.
and to
kitc-t
*>ens of such
The correspondi I voices th*
opinion thai if of g
tast
emigration.
BEACH ZIONIST
BETH DAVID
DAUGHTERS OF
________ISRAEL _______
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TIER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
ay and Matinee Only
Sat Dec. 10-11
David Buffet Dinner
and Congregational meeting will
Sunday evening.
Tl ved from
. litorium, and the
will taki at 8 o'-
clock in thi ue, The
.'.ill includi lent's
Annual Rei Election of Of-
''. i Con-
Afl ion with Zion-
t Orgai Ai i as a
and Religious
C ion.
The tl Cl An-
nual will
Decem-
261 P M Beth
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Mr. Ralph Tl Di-
rect
-.'. 111
Hai
"The i urdi.". ol moving the
will cau
I f 1939 1
ers ol all Zi i
id Alex Van Straati n il
the board met ting of th< ''
Beach District. As Chairman of
the Membership C tl e, he
statod "Democracy will yield to
public opinion as it is fexpn
by the majority It is, therefore,
our responsibility to make our
effort count in the successful en-
rollment of a national member-
ship of 150.000 in the Zionist Or-
ganization of America so that
our voices may be heard in this
hour of impending darkness.
igh our District has 500 mem-
we must not rest until a
roll of 1.000 is registered."
The Zionist Cultural Forum
will hear Mrs. Joseph Barth dis-
"Pi and Chaos.'" a new
book written by Leslie Balogh
Bain. To answer questions from
the audii nee, Mr Bam will ho
nt in person This Forum
will eld at the usual time,
3:30 Saturday ,,: m the
of Dr. Abraham Woll
llth and Collins Avenue, the site
of the Spinoza Forum. The pub-
cordially invited to attend
participal
L. ndon (JTA). A J.
: the London
ing in
that week analyzes
the conflii ting intei pretatioi
Wl Papei by the Ai
th( 1'.. itish w 5, pointing
out that the -Whit. Paper Im-
Jewish-Arab cooperation to
joint country, but
white Paw r
year, and Ji w
without Arab consent, u
'' "A'M- r' will be%!
mediate and On the
other hand, he .^ to
carry out the policy win bm
"important roper. ; w r^,
countries where the White
Pap* r : considi n I the touch-
stone of British good faith."
The article say- the Arabs con-
sider the White Paper the final,
considered statement of British
policy in Palestine.
p. o.
FDR
CALL R. J. WAINWR1GHT. DISTRICT manager
SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
SPRINGS. FLA. PHONE BU0
and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS
OUR PRICES AND QUALITY"
BOX 6. M 1AM
SALESBOOKS
"COMPARE
Gifts -War B
Nathan Ginsburg
OF TIDES HOTEL MANAGEMENT
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING FRIDAY OF A
Strictly Kosher Meat Dining Room
In Adjunction to the Vegetarian Dairy Dining Room
AT THE
True Farm Food Restaurant
645 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
"Serving the Finest Strictly Kosher Full Course Meat Meals'
n
//
CHANCE OF
A LIFETIME
WITH
CHESTER MORRIS
As "Boston Blackie"

Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and
Sun. Thru Wed.. Dec. 11-15
OLSEN ,d
JOHNSON
Those Sons-of-Fun in
Crazy House
WITH
CASS DALEY
ALLAN JONES
COUNT BASIE
and His Orchestra
I WANT MY MILK
FLORIDA
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HOMOGENIZED
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"Milk Product!'*
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TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd StrMt
Consider the Question Carefully
It has many aspects; some sentimental, others purely fin-
ancial.
When it becomes imperative to purchase a cemetery lot it
must be done hurriedly, without due deliberation, by one whose
judgment is rendered less keen by grief and anxiety.
It is simple wisdom and wise forethought to select a family
burial lot now, when better judgment and clearer reason can be
brought to bearthan in those hurried distracted hours when
the need arises.
MOUNT NEBO takes this opportunity to offer you whatever
help, whatever advice you may need.
Our Director, Rabbi S. M. Machtei. will confer
with you at your invitation.
Phone 3-3720
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Miss Eleanor Garvett returned
to the city after spending sev-
eral months in Detroit and the
North.
Miss Rosalind Friedman left
Friday for the North on a com-
bined business and pleasure trip.
She will visit in Quantico. Va.,
Atlantic City and New York with
friends and relatives, before visit-
ing the jewelry markets in New
Kngland prior to her return to
this city in January.
Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E.
Hatkovsky are back from Bir-
mingham, Ala., where they at-
tended the wedding of Chaplain
I aiah Rackovsky. former Rabbi
of Omaha, Neb. Guests at the
wedding were the local rabbis of
Birmingham, Ala., and the fa-
ther and mother of the bride from
Omaha. Neb.
Mrs. Hazel Ginsburg has re-
turned here from Carolina and
will make her home with her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
;md Mrs. George Chertkof, 1751
S. W. 16th Terrace.
Second Lt. and Mrs. Edward
Israel returned to Maryland after
spending a furlough with Mrs.
Israel's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kanter on Miami Beach.
Mrs. Elry Stone is visiting rel-
atives and friends here and will
return shortly to Jacksonville to
join her husband. Lt. Col. Elry
Stone.
Mr. Sam Blank, accompanied
by his brother. Dave, are in New
York for a short stay.
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Miss Judith Weiss, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss
of 1650 S. w. 21st Street, will
arrive home December 18 for the
holidays to visit with her pa-
rents. She is attending New York
University at New York, where
she is majoring in the dramatic
arts. A talented young lady, she i
has gained wide recognition for
her abilities and has received ;
singular honors among which was
I the election to the national Thes-
pian dramatic honor society for
her excellent work at Miami Sen-
| lor High School, where she ap-
peared in numerous plays, be-
sides several gold medals while
atttetiding school here in Miami.
She gained high honors while at-
tending Miami University, for
outstanding work in her chosen
field and attended the summer
courses in dramatics at the Uni-
versity of North Carolina for two
summers. During the summer.
Miss Weiss did considerable dra-
matics work appearing in several
plays that were presented by
BTC4 and BTC9 at Miami Beach.
for the service men. She has a'/o
done considerable dramatic work
on local radio stations, as well as
with the Carolina Playmakers at
Chapel Hill.
Capt. Stanley Frehling will ar-
rive here today. Friday, for a
week's Stay to join his wife and
children at their home on Di
I.ido Island. Mrs. Frehling will
return to Colorado Springs. Col.,
'with her husband, where Capt.
Frehling is stationed with the
medical department at Camp
Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Fin-
kel, 125 E. San Marino Drive. San
Marino Island, entertained at the
Continental restaurant. Mr. and
Mrs. Finkel, who have three sons
and 10 nephews in the service,
had as guests of honor convales-
cents from the military hospitals,
and the executive board, chair-
men and officers of the Miami
Beach Servicemen"s Pier.
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard B. Berk-
ley have returned to Miami Beach
for the winter, where they arc
staying at the Indian Creek Ho-
tel, after spending the last eight
months in TUSCOn, Ariz., and Los
Angeles.
New home owners in Miami
Beach are Mr. and Mrs. John
Becker. 58G0 Pine- Tree Drive,
who have arrived from Mont-
gomery. Ala., to become perma-
nent residents. They have two
children. Wicken and Jackey. Mr.
Becker is the brother of Sam
Becker, president of the Rotary
Club.
Mrs. Anna Goldfarb. Newark.
N. J.. is spending the winter with
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. M. Miller. 631 13th
St.. former residents of Forest
Hills. N. Y. Other guests at the
Miller home are Mrs. Dorothea
Rawitz and her daughter, Lynn
Ellen. Forest Hills.
American Jews are extending aid
lo refugees in liberated North Africa
and Italy through the agencies of the
United Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs and Palestine. The
photo above shows a group of refu-
gees in an internment camp some-
where in Southern Italy after that
area had been occupied by Allied
troops. The United Jewish Appeal,
which is the single fund-raising
agency for the Joint Distribution
Committee, United Palestine Appeal
and National Refugee Service, it
called upon to provide increased re-
sources to broaden the scope of re-
lief, rehabilitation and resettlement
aid for Jews freed from Axis oppres-
sion. With funds raised by-the U. J. A.,
the Joint Distribution Committee is
expanding its activities in North
Africa, Italy and other areas, the
United Palestine Appeal is promo-
ting the war effort of the Jewish
Homeland in Palestine, and the Na-
tional Refugee Service is speeding
the adjustment of refugees in the
United States.
Leo Eisenstein returned to the
city Tuesday after spending
sometime in St. Louis and Hot
Springs.
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First Lt. and Mrs. Alvin Gard-
ner will leave Sunday for Car-
lisle. Penna.. after spending a
week here visiting relatives and
friends. During their stay they
were extensively entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tendrich
celebrated their fifth wedding an-
niversary at a gathering of friends
at the Clover Club last Wednes-
day evening.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham Cohen. 305 Jefferson Aw.
will take place Sunday. Decem-
ber 12th. at 2 P. M. m the Jew-
ish Section of Woodlawn Ceme-
tery. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and
Cantor Mami hes will officiate.
Arrangi ments will be in charge
ot Sidn< v H. Palmer of the Palm-
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ol the family are asked to at-
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Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood T. La-
vine announce the birth ol a son
Monday. December 6th. at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital. Mrs, La-
vine is the former Olive Miller,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kronberg,
926 S. W. 4th Street, announce
the birth ol a son December 3rd
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
The Bris will take place Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock with Rabbi
S. M. Macluli officiating. Friends
arc invited,
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to the memory of the late Samuel
Silverblatt was held last Mon-
day at 11 A. M. in the Jewish
Section ol Woodlawn Cemetery,
with Rabbi Max Shapiro offi-
ciating. Arrangements were un-
der the direction of Sidney H.
Palmer of the Palmer Monument
Company.
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Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the
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The annual meeting of the
United Jewish Welfare Bureau
was held Monday at the home ot
Martin Dubbin, president. 216
Valencia Road. Election of of-
ficers took place.
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S. Cohen of Philadelphia ar-
rived to spend the winter at the
Monterey Hotel,
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1146 spon-
sored a dance for the service men
and their wives Sunday night at
Scher Memorial hall. Refresh-
ments were served by the hostess.
i Mrs. Morris Scheir.
J. H. Lessee! was guest speaker
at the Three Score and Ten Club
at the Union Congregational
Church Thursday afternoon, his
topic being. "All Are Children of
the Sanu God."
Al Meyers of Kingston. N. Y..
is stopping at the Villa Clair.
Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Trachti n-
berg have arrived from Ellcn-
ville, N. Y.. and will spend the
winter hen-.
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main 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 Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
____________FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1943
KISLEV 13. 5704
VOLUME 16 NUMBER 50
ries of works on Latin America;
and withal a great traveler. She
married a mining engineer whose
work took him to different parts
iof the world: to Russia. India,
and Africa Mrs. Lindsley ac-
companied her father, and later
her husband in all their extensive
travels and everywhere the went
,she observed, studied and tried
'. to understand the people She is.
indeed, an exception to the gen-
eral run of rich American tour-
ists. She did not travel for the
take of adventun emu-
lation ol louvei irs. She wai
drawn irresistibly to the mass of
human beings whom she
She lived with them un-
dergone the hai
.ose ii\ the
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Mrs Lin lsl< > livi I in Fi
for n
movii
Ei
Boerwald a. the recently-held 29th annual meeting of the Joint Jj
Distribution Committee that it would be detracting for us to make war, Bndl
loi
-.
which would gel to Span
Declaring that the JDC budget for 1944 would be S17.000.000 Sled'an!? '
cs against a budget of over $10.000,000 in 1943. Mr. Baerwald sp< nd I
asserted that if the war were to end tomorrow the JDC relief
work would require twice or three times that sum, or even more. Ibling houses an I Iced
He wisely added "that no statistic^ can at this time compute
the cost of rebuilding the spiritual and physical ruins of the Intern
.nd
smoked and with tl
lent mat tne tasic ot sustaining jewisn tue in me vast areas ninfc! .
oi Europe and elsewhere will fall chiefly on the shoulders of From i
.. T t- ,i wanders ti> Palestine, which was
the Jewish community in America, fortunately, our economic .,,. .
jjos.lion in this country at this time is such that we are in a ten r. Arriving in Jt .
position to come to the succor of our brethren. But to do this feS^rafty^;
we shall have to marshall our financial and physical resources, shadow of the A\
We must. now. begin building a spiritual as well as financial j
reservoir to feed, sustain, educate and rehabilitate the millions proclaiming herself to be thi
of Jewish suiferers. American Jewry can rise to the needs of the *****. ,fr,,lh^ &*** and .'
j ma ..Ding hand is tendered
moment by uniting on a single and common course of action to the terrorist
to bring spiritual solace and material aid to the Jews in Europe S: **** Showei Zion. a new
' r _, r ; colony of German Jews founded
and elsewhere, and to help reconstruct Jewish life in all its as- on 100 acres of land bought for
-TIDBITS FROM EVER!
Muctfy Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BJBON-
ROOSEVELT IN PALESTINE
nosh! This is a real scoop When the full 8l
the Roosevelt Churchill-Stalin meeting will be made k
will be revealed (and we hope the news doesn't break v^*
you read this) that the American President and the R "
Premier on their way to the conference, visited Palest
gether Both gave quite some attention to the Jewish* h*
velopments there, agricultural and industrial
And thj,
REHABILITATION
The colossal task of rehabilitating and reconstructing Jew-
.sh life in the post-war world was so ably depicted by Paul n.
any further comments on the subject. The figures he gave speak
for themselves.
V II
As the war is drawing to a close, it is becoming increasingly She 1
.,,,,, ... ., lures aboard Bnti.-h ship;
.-.dent that the task of sustaining Jewish life in the vast areas nink, ...
pects in the areas besmirched by the foul hand of the twentieth
century barbarians.
"WAR IS PEOPLE"
By LORNA LINDSLEY
Bosti H ton Mifflin Co.. 1943
Reviewed by E>r. M. A. Lipkind, Treasurer
Miami Beach Zionist District
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them by the Jewish National
Fund, The settlement is sur-
rounded by a high wooden stock-
ade, a watch tower in the center
with ,. search light and a mega-
phone. The head of the colony
tells her that Showei Zion was a
lucky colonynone of her men
killed or wounded.
SI i Roe t< Maali Hahamishah
(The Hill of Five), a colony
which, unlike Showei Zion. had
been so lucky Five of its
young men wen shot by Arabs
l< aning the land. The
: her visit was the anniver-
>f their nd to honor
tinj f trei as to
i on the hill. Mrs Linds-
report of the i nora-
tivi cei rt a thi
itself, but is poignant
the I ipirit of I
1 und the
are the parent
No crying; ai ilony
and at attentil
white turbai 1 and
i-d Arab, rifle in hand. :
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the ceremoi
and girls, dressed alike in i
up ti. and
rig the newlj
lings
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inti i views Ara terroi
Zion. I Bril
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Ief1 the terrorist with a
gust at his unrealis-
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of Judea. I-
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ti feed J. i
young mi n whose dutv it wa l
against the
She I ng.ii
?ere*1 r atii r, ... ah Zion-
:-' l presei ting diff.
| shades of Zionist thought; she
drank f(>r.
leign journalists and talkid about
Palestine i complii ati d prol
L n ; l j m iki n
I to where her iyn !ng !
Lindsley r< marks, "1 had
' Pa estine with no pn
position either for the Arab or
But, when I
Palestine, thi VI rv ., t ,,;
land had drawn rue to the Ji w i-h
'ous.- i taw the work of ipir-
ltual and material reconstruction
Which had redeemed the toil ol
Palestine from age-long desola-
tion."
may add to the sensational nature of the story: Weizm
and Churchill had a long conference before the British lecT
went to Cairo Marshal Jan Smuts participated in this
versation Smuts, you must remember, is now Vice P-
mier of Britain and a staunch supporter of Jewish as
tions in Palestine But don't get us wrong The Vh*
Paper has not been repealed, and pressure, public pressu
is needed now more than ever.
BIRTHDAY PARTY ....
Last week, in a large and artistically furnished New Yti
apartment overlooking the Hudson, a moving scene took
place About nine o'clock in the evening there gathered
in the home of Meyer and Shirley Weisgal, fifty Zionist lead
ers Among them were Stephen S. Wise, Abba Hillel Sil-
ver and Nahum Goldman They had assembled to honor
Louis Lipsky on his 67th birthday Harry Sherman, head of
the Book-of-the-Month Club and a life-long friend of Lipsky't,
also was there, and announced to the celebrant (to whom
the party was a complete surprise) that his friends had ar-
ranged to establish a Louis Lipsky chair in the Hebrew Uni-
versity at Jerusalem On this unusual eveningsndt
particularly delightful by the famed Weisgal hospitality (cad
the liquor was fine, we would have you know)all the old
friends of the Zionist dean felt that real Zionist unity had bees
reestablished P. S.: The Chair at the University costs
S75.000 Sherman himself contributed SI0.000, and we're
told that money is pouring in unsolicited The S75.000 will
be reached soon ... So if you want to be in on it, send your
check to Meyer Weisgal for the Louis Lipsky Chair.
JEWISH NEWS ....
We still don't understand why some top-notch Zionist
leaders are opposed to the resolution sponsored in Congiesi
by the Emergency Conference to Save European Jewry ...
The resolution calls for a special government commission to
look into the status of Jewish refugees in Europe Even |
the Zionists don't like some of the leaders of the Emergency
Conference, it seems to us that it's bad policy to fight a meo>
ure that can only alleviate the plight of European Jewry...
Louis Rittenberg, who has just been appointed Editor-in-Chia
of the magazine Liberal Judaism, was perhaps the hiii
American Jew to combat European Fascism seriously .
Twenty-five years he organized a national campaign here
against the Fascist regime of Admiral Nicholas Horthy in
Hungary Congratulations to Louis on his new and im-
portant task.
SHOW FOLKS ....
Rupert Caplan, erstwhile actor of the original Province-
town Players, is now the production head of the Canadian
Broadcasting Company As top executive, he decides on
all programs Luise Rainer is about to leave on a tour oi
U. S. Army camps abroad, we hear Eddie Cantor is mak-
ing his next film a regular family affair Not only will
Eddie write and direct the picture himself, but two of his
daughters will appear in it, and his son-in-law will be his
agent Screen Star John Garfield would like to do a film
based on the life and exploits of Barney Ross, with particular
emphasis on the boxer's war recordbut so far his studio
hasn't seen fit to plan such a picture Producer Max Gor-
don, who has been cleaning up on Broadway for quite some
seasons now, likes to recall the days when his father, a
sweatshop worker, used to say to him: "I hope I live to see
the day when you'll be making Sll a week."
ABOUT PEOPLE ....
Lillie Schultz, for many years the Executive Secretary ol
the American Jewish Congress, has quit She may jofl
the UNRRA staff ... The Joe Richards whose painting was
one of the prize-winners at the Washington exhibit of seventy-
nine works of art by United Nations Merchant seamen is a son
of Bernard G. Richards, dean of English-Jewish journalists
M. Ben-Ami and Dr. A. Hadani, two of the Palestinian leaders
of the Committee for a Jewish army in this country, are serv-
ing as volunteers in the American army Both were induct-
ed recently, and should make A-l soldiers ... The two sons
of Edmond Fleg, the distinguished French Jewish man ot let-
ters, have been killed in the war One, a captain in
French army, died in an airplane accident, and the otne
lost his life while fighting for the French underground
Champion nurse's aide in these parts is Mrs. David C. <-><>
enberg of New York, who gave over four thousand hours o
volunteer service in two years We've just heard that n
so long ago Andre Spire, the 75-year-old French Jewish p<^
while in hiding in a village before he managed to escape
from Nazi-occupied France, married a young ^tenc^W,(mZc
He is still writing poetry ... In Yehudi Menuhin's CaliW
garden is a little plot of earth that the violinist brought w
him on his return from his recent concert tour in Army ca P
abroad The earth comes from a London park, ana
dug up by Menuhin himself, with the approval of the i
authoritiesbecause the spot it came from was the !"
where Mrs. Menuhin had stood when he asked her to m
him.
FOR CHANUKA GIFTSGIVE WAR STAMPS AND BONDS


Face Facts

' By Alexander F. Miller
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
The problems of intolerance and
bigotry have perplexed the
world's best minds for thousands
of years. To claim that there is
a sure cure for the evil of anti-
Semitism, whether it be through
the medium of radio propaganda
or by the passage of legislation
in Congress, is not only folly but
is also dangerous because it is
delusive.
Here at ADL we feel that our
broad positive educational pro-
gram, which embraces the en-
tire field of public relations,
has and will accomplish much
to ameliorate tensions in the
community. Working quietly,
and without fanfare, we have
brought home to a large seg-
ment of the population the
realization that any attack on
a minority group is an attack
on Democracy and is in its es-
sence un-American.
To achieve success, our pro-
gram must be supplemented by
unity in the Jewish community.
Each individual must realize his
sense of responsibility to the
group as a whole and must be
cognizant that if his actions breed
hate or distrust, there is a trans-
ference of these same feelings to
all.
He who would divide us by
undermining our organizations,
by setting us against each other,
whether he be Jew or non-Jew.
is hewing dangerously close to
Hitler's line of "divide and
conquer."
INFLUENTIAL CANADA
PAPER ASKS ADMISSION
OF EUROPE REFUGEES
Toronto (JTA). The influen-
tial Toronto Star, replying this
week to a statement issued by
the Canadian Corps, a veterans
group, objecting to the admission
into Canada of refugees from Eu-
rope, stated that "Canada has
room for refugees The fear
of overpopulation is not one that Washington (JTA). Terming
need be entertained in a country the resolution for a commission
with the natural resources that to rescue the Jews of Europe
Canada possesses." "inadequate," Dr. Stephen S.
There has been much agitation w>s(' this week railed for an
against immigration to Canada by amendment to keep open the
various anti-Semitic and pro- doors of Palestine as the "simplest
Fascist groups here as a result of way ()f helping the Jews of Eu-
:i petition which is being circu- ippv." Dr. Wise told the House
RESOLUTION FOR
JEK IIIDEOUIK
Behaeen. y#u and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.
PALESTINE OFFICIAL IS
NOW IN GREAT BRITAIN
London (JTA). Edwin Sam-
uel. Chief Censor of the Palestine
Government, has arrived in Lon-
don on official business, it was
learned this week. Mr. Samuel
is a son of Viscount Samuel, first
High Commissioner for Palestine.
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lated throughout the Dominion,
requesting the government to
freely admit refugees from occu-
pied Europe. The action of the
authorities in announcing that
they would permit refugees in
Spain and Portugal to enter has
also been a target for criticism
in some quarters.
FEDERATION
1 LASHES
Foreign Affairs Committee that
he was not discussing the estab-
lishment of a Jewish common-
wealth, but that the failure to
mention Palestine as a haven
mi ant that the resolution did not
"touch the heart of the problem."
He charged that the Emergency
Committee to Save the Jews of
Europe has been using newspaper
advertisements to misrepresent
the bill as a proposal to open Pal-
estine to immigration. "I know
of no divergencies among Jews
with respect to this resolution,"
he testified. He added that Jew-
ish groups have been working to-
gether for several years on the
problem of rescuing their co-
religionists.
Asked by Rep. Charles A. Ea-
ton. New Jersey (Hep.) about the
propriety of a committee of the
House serving notice on the Brit-
ish Parliament as to what action
they should take." Dr. Wise said
thai "morally and spiritually" tin-
United States shared Britain's
mandate over Palestine. "We
can suggest that the doors of Pal-
estine be kept open because we
are friends," he said.
Ort Federation Director Visits
Miami
Aaron Tart, Executive Direc-
tor of the American ORT Federa-
tion, lias been a visitor in Miami
during the past week. He ap-
peared before the Budget Com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation in behalf of his
organization's request for a grant
from the 1944 Federation Cam-
paign. On Dec. 7. 1943, he was
tendered a luncheon at the El
Comodoro Hotel by Jacob Sher.
1944 Campaign Chairman. The
luncheon was attended by many
of the Campaign Officers already
selected for the forthcoming cam-
paign.
Robert Herman to Visit Miami Zurich (JTA)The first trans-
The Field Director of the United ports of Jews deported from Nazi-
Jewish Appeal, Robert Herman, held Italy crossed the German
will be in Miami for several days frontier, according to a reliable
beginning Dec. 13. On that day report received here. The report
he will consult with Federation's said that all Jews up to the age
Budget Committee regarding the of 75 are being rounded up for
UJA's participation in Federa- deportation to the Reich,
tions 1944 Campaign. The same The Nazi Transocean News
day Mr. Herman will meet with Agency reports that German po-
Campaign officers at a luncheon lice have raided many houses on
at the El Comodoro, when Jacob
Sher, 1944 Campaign Chairman.
will be host.
DEPORTEE TRANSPORTS
CROSS NAZI FRONTIER
LAVAL MILITIA SAID TO
BE MURDERING JEWS
Bern (JTA).Several Jews
have been shot in the town of
Annecy as a result of the reign
of terror instituted by the Laval
militia, according to a report ap-
pearing in the newspaper La
Suisse.
At the same time the Paris ra-
dio reported that a 21-year-old
Jewish youth named Fried was
executed in Lyon this week by
the Swiss-Italian border in an at-
tempt to seize Jews fleeing into
Switzerland. Many persons have
been arrested in the town of
Como and neighboring villages on
charges of assisting Jews and war
prisoners to flee into Switzer-
land.
PIONEER WOMEN RAISE BIG
SUM OF MONEY DURING 1943
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation raised $450,000 during the
fiscal year beginning October 1,
1942 and ending September 30-h.
1943 for Palestine funds and
American institutions, it was re-
ported at a special conference of
the "German occupation authorf- Pioneer Women's delegates from
ties for alleged participation in various parts of the country held
terrorist activties. The broad- in conjunction with the 20th na-
caster said that the "gang" of tional convention of the National
which Fried was a member had Labor Committee for Palestine
attempted to raid a government on Saturday afternoon. Novem-
office and seize a quantity of ra- ber 27th in New York.
tion cards.
London Arms Hotel
727 COLLINS AVENUE
Now Open to the Public
Under
Personal Management
D. ROSNER
Formerly Hotel Astor
DINING ROOM NOW
OPEN TO PUBLIC
Dietary Laws Strictly Observed
PHONE 58-1174
Leonard B. Kaufman
1048 Central Avenue
Fen- Rockaway, N. Y.
former real estate salesman,
age 60, left for Miami in Oc-
tober with two sisters. Relig-
ious person and was in poor
health. Anyone having seen
or heard of him or having in-
formation about him please
communicate immediately
with J. W.. co Floridian. P.
O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla.
It is very urgent that he
be contacted.
DRINK PLENTY OF
Water
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME
5CALL0N BOTTLE .....60c
CASE OF SIX
TABLE BOTTLES.......15c
< Plus Bott't Deposit
PHONE 2-4128
POST-WAR PROTECTS ....
Thirty projects for the post-war Jewish immigration and
settlement are now in the hands of the officers of the Inter-
Governmental Committee for the Settlement of Jewish and
other refugees from Europe Only a few of them are being
taken seriously Some argue that even these few may
lose their value for Jews These skeptics believe that
there will hardly be any Jewish emigration from Europe after
the war They point to the fact that few Jews have ever
emigrated from Hungary where there are now about a million
Jewish inhabintants Similarly, Jewish emigration was
always meager from Rumania and will be even more so after
the war, when the Jews of Bessarabia and Northern Buko-
vina will remain under Russia ... No one doubts that there
will be no Jewish emigration from Czechoslovakia, the low
countries, the Scandinavian countries and France ... As to
the Jews of Poland, who have suffered most in the war, many
of the 300,000 who are believed to be still alive are in the part
of Poland claimed by Russia The remainder may figure
out that under a democratic regime which will prevail in a
liberated Poland, it would pay them to remain on the spot
and start their life all over again in their native country
rather than to emigrate to distant and little-developed parts
of the world The number of Jews who may be ready to
emigrate from post-war Europe will especially decrease when
the UNRRA starts its relief and rehabilitation work in the lib-
erated countries There will, naturally, be some Jews in
the devastated parts of Europe who will be anxious to emi-
grate in order to forget the scenes of horror which they have
witnessed But these will probably go to Palestine and
not to any remote countries where there has been no Jewish
settlement before ... In this connection it is worthwhile to
note the mysterious billion-dollar plan of which Emanuel
Neuman spokewithout disclosing any detailsat the con-
vention of the Junior Hadassah This plan, which may
change the map of Palestine, is now being worked out by
expert engineers in a New York office located in the very
center of the city ... It may play a very important role at
the forthcoming peace talks.
POST-WAR EMPLOYMENT ....
Jewish organizations in America interested in occupa-
tional problems are at present busy mapping out plans for
post-war employment for Jews ... It is taken for granted that
right after the war, during the transition period, unemploy-
ment will be great among Jews This will affect not only
Jewish workers in war industries which will be liquidated,
but also demobilized Jewish soldiers Racial discrimina-
tion in employment, it is assumed, will not be wiped out after
the war in those offices and industries which practiced it
before the war Thus Jewish groups are now engaged in
studying the possibilities of retaining Jewish workers and
employees in the positions which they hold, as well as in the
prospects of finding new professions for others Many
Jews, during the war, have specialized in various phases of
industrial work, while others serving in the army and in the
air forces have acquired technical training For these, new
fields of work may be opened after the war Others will
have to be adjusted to new professions and directed to jobs
through Jewish communal employment offices Special
difficulties are foreseen with regard to the Jewish women
who will be discharged from their present positions in the
war industries And no easy task for Jewish commmunities
will be the organization of aid to Jewish workers who will
have to migrate from one place to another as a result of
losing their jobs in war factories .
JEWS AT LARGE ....
Glimpses of Jews in the United States, Nazi Germany and
Soviet Russia are given by Dr. Stephen Duggan, Director of
the Institute of International Education, in his book "A Pro-
fessor at Large" just published by MacMillan The author,
who had a most distinguished career in the held of foreign
affairs, finds that "the power of keen analysis which charac-
terizes the Jewish mind was applied with devastating effect"
to outworn American beliefs and institutions in the fields of
politics and economics in the years following the heavy Jew-
ish immigration of 1890 .. He tells how during his visit to
Germany in 1934 some of his friends there expressed disgust
concerning the persecution of the Jews Two years later
he found the disgust less pronounced ... In 1938 he was
made to feel that the subject was one which his friends in
Germany did not want to discuss ... As to Soviet Russia, Dr.
Duggan tells of his conversations in Moscow with a Soviet
official whom he asked whether the Soviet regime was domi-
nated by Jews as some persons in America believe The
official laughed the idea to scorn ... He explained that the
notion in America about "Jews dominating Russia" probably
comes from the fact that many American business men, who
came to Moscow with the hope of exploiting the Soviet Union,
had to discuss business questions with Soviet Jews who know
how to meet them on their own ground because they are good
businessmen Hence these Americans returned home and
told people that "the Soviet Revolution was a Jewish affair ...
The official convincingly assured Professor Duggan that the
Jews are not in control of Russia and that the Soviet Govern-
ment would not hesitate to liquidate any of them if it found
them engaging in wrong practices ... On the other hand.
Professor Duggan found that Soviet Russia knows no racial
distinction and has given the Jews their first opportunity in
Russian history to show their constructive capacity ... Dr.
Duaaan's book is full of interesting observations on interna-
tional politics, including the role of the United States in the
post-war world.



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H. H. Ilyman. general chairman
of the Metropolitan Miami Fish-
inn Tournament, has scored an-
i 10-Strike in arranginu for
tne presentation of the event's
ninth annual renewal. Jan. 9
through April Hi.
Hyman, who in business life is
southern manager oi the Florida
Power & Light Co., has as his
chiel the oft' hour.- ot fish-
ing. Nini years ago he headed a
group ol local anglers to inougur-
at< ti-.( M litan Miami Fish-
ent. Elect< d gi
al chairman then and each year
- directed it into the
greatest entry-ire.' ang-
ling mship that annually
attracts thousands artici-
pants. To insun
| rgai
n known as Anglers.
Inc.
"
dual en- ''
thusii
event until ea<
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in t: !l as
ountrii
Hyi need thai on I), c
15 the
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crius column is oonduotad by Um
Greater Miami Jewlah Federation in
ration with The Jewlah Klorld-
''' community aervice To Inform
Hi' community of your organisation's
and to avoid con HI.
phone J-6411 and ,.-k for
Communltj Calendar." Notification
11 Fade ration no later than
lay for publication that week I
FUGLE! KEIKL
CLUB ENDS MONTH
OF STELLAR SPOOT
OBITUARIES
W. L. Williams. 68,
Nat Williams. Miami
died Friday
Theater. He
Sun., Dec. 12Miami Service-
men's League of YMHA, dinner
dance, Club Bah, 7 p. m
Sun.. Dec. 12Miami Service
Men.- League ol YMHA. dinner
dance, Club Bah. 7 p. m.
Tues., Dec. 14Sholem Lodge
B nai Bnth and Auxiliary, regu-
lar meeting, YM&WHA ol Miami
Beach, 8 p. m.
Wed.. Dec. IS- Beth David Sis-
terhood, meeting, Beth David
Auditorium. 2:30 p. m. Work-
men*! Cil Branch No. (i!n. reg-
ular II." 25 Washington
Avi 8 30 p. m.
Fri.. Dec. 17 Forum s.
Council ol Jewish Wo-
W Fi leration of
i h YM&WHA. l .iu
P
Sun.. Dec. II --. ,-,,-, it String
rt< ;. YMHA i I Mian i i p m
Nearing completion Otis Satur-
day night of the first month of
it.- 86-night meeting, the West
Flagler Kennel Club under the
active supervision of Jacob Slur,
president, and W I.. Huntley,
vice pn sident and general man-
ager, has erased all Florida state
records for attendance at this
early winter period and the all-
time mutuel records. In
tion, 'hi > ha\ i posted innui
able record- for early .- i
racing, this undoubtedly being
made possible by the fact that
Messrs Sher and Huntli y ai
ed only registrations iron; the
nation'.- 1. admu k. ni
Each nighl a-, Wi I F
a cli ar indication that the -port
of greyhound racing, the .-port
'hat dal io the days
of the famed <
one oi its in si pat ind since
has proven to be one of tl great
esl morale builders ol England's
World War II civilian popula-
tion, is really moving into it.-
WILLIAMS
1
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Fla, the rules and i

1
TnnniOHi ninn ^- """> moving into it.-
TROPICAL PARK TO KS' fe
nnril ninr nranmi vtancemen' '' ;,ii <:'
IPI Hi K /III r lrflSliN IV improvement presented
Ul L!l llnUL UL/luUll "' sport, demanded the
ir-hi- iai *...._... .,!dgs availabli led every
NEXT WEDNESDAY
al '. p. m. with the final
father of
attorney,
in the Paramount
Came here 80 years
ago from Buffalo.
N Y on a visit,
and remained to en-
ter the n al estate
busim
H. was one of
the founders of the
first J< wi-h ceme-
tery in M i a m i ;
pn sident of B'nai
B'i ith; an officer of
Beth David Con-
ation, a n d a
life membei ol Mo-
riah Masonic lodge
153 Bl Philadelphia He had been
ill since suffering a heart attack
a year ago
Surviving, besides the son. are
Wife, Mrs Jinny Williams.
and a daughter, Mrs, Florence
' ion, With whom he livi d at
1301 l.i nox Ave. Miami 1'..
Funeral services were conduct-
. d Sunday, Dec. 5, in th< I'
Funeral Home Chapel with Rab-
!.i\ Shapiro of Beth David
gation officiating. T h e
Biscaym Bay Masonic Lodge had
.:< ol the services at the
de.
Pallbearers were Samuel Dn i-
Frank Solomon, Stanley
Phillips. Mannie Sheldon, Sidney
H Palmer, . HANNAH FEINGOLD
The body ol Mi Hannal Fein-
LEGAL NOnCEs"
NOTICE
UNlSw F,CT^rJuT
MUml Florida, ,,..
"' rlctltioiM name in n
%fi&&rc.......*
li IX-lt-M I-' 2 i
NO-rtcE I- hereb] .. ~7.
"'"'"'^".i. Samuel 7 th,
Wank. Michael Blank, \
"Mr. Roje Blank, i:.-.,- Mi-
ni i,
''.'-";' unaei th. rietu
.-Nil,.,,, |t.'V.
Avenue, -Miami, Florida

'i -,o,i fictiiiou i,../,,,';. .i" <"
floe of^the Clerk ..f u,, ,' '
Dad County, Florid i
8AM! i:i. hi.am
DAVID BLANK
MICHAEL l.i.wi
MARION r-RKHUNa
ROHK BLANK
BEATRICK BLANK
JACK Mil.l.i.i:
IXHJI8 HEIMAN
Attorney f..i Appllcai
ii IS 26 1.' S-I0-I7
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Nv. Miami Be* h i
..i Dade i 'uunty. Fl<
1:i:i: \i.i.i\ i ;
10-17
nee for
died Thursday at the
years, was senl by the
rial Chapel to
for services and bur-
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REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
t.-
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ill B<
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apartment Houses
M. GILLER
REALTOR
1448 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5875
''
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f the G
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i etine next
We li
large
n m the
M aid
IS. "It i- natural t.. .
100 days ol it the
trad
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Tn pical Park back
"We i ouirj have .. < i n
.ore be,
we t; to put t
tinued :
;;- to be selec-
: acing wii! .
.i patron: from a
' ndpoint."
------- Chanuka Cut War 1'.
BEACH LAWYER PASSES
THE STATE BAR EXAMS
Moi ol 4aoi Royal
-lie
I I tl F orida bar
d i,.
Florida,
la w offices at
605 I..'- iln Road. Suit 804 Mi-
ami M' ach.
Mr li. : ick IS the son ..I Mr
Louis Berick oi Pav.
R. 1 here hi attended
He at-
York Univi
hen he pre-
'''" ; and attend-
I B n Umvei La s .
In 192. he (j |() th,.
1 For 16 year
until Jui. .'.inn lie
I to Miami Beach, he was
activ. aged in the practice
i during
"'hid timi ,, period ->:
tour j A,
co I leg. ,j pni
and Kappa Epsilon
Hlu fraternitii He is past pres-
"f the H.-nry Friedman
Bnai B nth Lodg. ii Pawtucket.
.. :i2nd degrei M ind a
' M ill oi Shrin-
r
In 1930 he was married t.. \
'.'. : Browi ightei i :
Mi '' : B M Mm Mor-
: '' : havi ... d ildren a
htei Joy, ,,', ndmg M
;: and a son.
tudent at N
Beach 1
,' i. Mr
ii i
and
who
of 101
Riverside
innati
ial.
Mr- Feingold lived at 1114 Al-
ton r. nd died Thursday af-
' : ll Sh( W.. bom
m Lithuania F 10 1842 She
tl i mother ol Mrs. Moses
Kr< igi el) known in Jewish
'. r. m ith whom
had lived i"i the past 14
i
Shi i mi this i ountry more
'har; and iiv
1' i ini efon com-
ing to Miami Beach. She i
vived by am th. i daughter. Mi
Mey< r Lessi r oi Scarsdah N. Y .
eight grandchildren and t. n
grandchild!
, Notice la hereby h.....
rma .....
ne- unde, u nvtltl
i iAmi.voo rtiFl
name I
.,, ,, |
IMr CELI \ ; v.
SAMUEL SHAPIRO
Samuel Shapiro. Gl>. died Sat
day at his horn.. 17!Hi S W. 21st
SI He earn, here two and one-
hall years ago from Philadelphia,
and was a retired food merchant
ing are Ins wife, Mrs. Ber-
Iha Shapiro: a s.,n. Harry H Mi-
Bi... h. and two daughter
Mr! Nbri is Weiner and Mrs. I.il-
yan Milgram, both of Philadel-
phia, The Riverside Memorial
el s.-nt the body t>. Philadel-
phia Monday (or services and bur-
ial.
ABE MISSAL
Abe Missal, til. ,,i nii( Merid-
ian Ave Miami Beach, died Mon-
day nighl in a Beach hospital,
H< came here three years ago
Iron. Hartford. Conn., and owned
.'i harb.i- shop He i- survived by
his widow. Mr.-. Sara Missal Mi-
,""' pea h: a on, Harold Missal
Hartford, and a daughter, Mrs
rrieda Lebon. of Hartford. The
ide Memorial chapel sent
dy .. Hartford Wednesday
ior services an.) burial
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOlT
TAX DEED
NOTICE I
i.
Certll
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to law. th.
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muni blddi .i u...
' n Moi la; li
January, 1944, a
Of .... ', .... \ I'M |
I Ial day o| rx*i
' 14
i: li LEATHERMAN
rirrk of .
I Ml,- < 'ounl> F
Court s. ..li
Bj \ Bt< DC
10-17-24
v I hen :. kI......
' i. rtei Inn to tngH.
nd. ih. flctll
i-is. v vm: 1-, ,|. sai.ks. ai \'A S
" 'ii hi Miami, Florida
-....I name In th.
' lrk "f ih- Cln nit .
I > ni, Florida
'|.-,l:\ i. BTETTXER
l!'\ Rt'QARX VN
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GREATER MIAMI STUDENTS
IN CHANUKA CELEBRATION
A united Chanuka celebration
Of the students of Creator Mi-
ami S Sunday School.- and II.-
brew Schools will celebrate
S, \\ 8th str.,,. Sunday, I).
""ll"'- 26th at to a m a pro-
gram including moving picl
' arranged.
Give War Bonds as Chanuka
Gifts.
August bros^?
Is the BEST.'
Alka-Seltzer
11 AVE you tri*d Alk.-S 11 ir for Gas on Siomrfc.
Sour .Siomnrh. "Marninc
After" and Cold DIM Mil
1/ not. why oolT I"lran.
vX pn>m|it In action. flrrii.
y>^k Thirty mil n .1 S.ity
I centa.
NERVINE
POB rrlirf from Functional Nr-
* voua l)iaturbanca auch aa Slcep-
leaanaaa. Cranhinraa. Kicitabil.tr.
Narroaa Rcadacha and Nera In-
dicaation. Tnblrta IS* and .'
I.i.ju.d 2it and II.M. Rad dlr^'
tioua and ua only ai directed.
OH.
in-aa
New y..rk JTA).-WiUiam
Green, president ol the American
Federation of Labor, this week
>'ned r, demanding abrogation
' British White P.,,,,, ,,
'' WOUld bar all new
n immigration into Pales-
March 31, 1H-J4
ANTJ-PAINPILLSh^
I SIN.
i.l.K Or M.Ira Anti-
I'.ll oft^n rrlirrea
Headache. Maicnlar Paiaa
r lupriKnal Moalhly
J 'a in. Si for 2M.
' rtl.e*. Get them at you
druc atore. Read directuM
and oa only aa dlraaud.
OLD SARATOGA INN
B,c.iync Boulcv.d it 77th Street Phone 7-7725
Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon
... n!,ck,ai! U,i Fin' Liq"" <1 W,n"
'" "IIS r"0M O0WNI0WN MIAMI OR BUS M ll (ROM MIAMI IACH
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT TUESDAY
HI
An architect's sketch is the above, for the Morris Brothers department store, which will
occupy an entire block from Flagler St. to S. E. First St. on First Ave. in postwar Miami
according to Dr. Morris Goodman, head of the firm with stores now in Miami Beach and
-Cut Courtesy Miami Herald.
Ask Your Local
Da>licataaa#rJ
For the Beat
It Coats Mo Mora
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Daildoua Cornad Baar
Plcklad, coohad and Bmokad AUaU
S7tn and Normal Ava._______CM_


WITH LOCAL BOYS
L
GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE
Of The Jewish Wellare Board
Private Lloyd Gardner is
spending a furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon W
Gardner on Miami Beach.
r^ r-K r*
SERVICE
A COMMUNITY PROJECT
Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
PARADE!
J56dEtf%5Stt W&3SSS&CITY-
of AZT and active members of AWARDED SILVER STAR
the Youth Group at the Y, are in ______
town on furlough. The following letter was re-
--------- eeived this week by the father of
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Pavo Kronberg, local boy, now
Miami Beach, have two sons in m tn(> Armed Forces. It announc-
the armed forces. Stanley is pri- vate first class taking special Silver Star for gallantry while
training at Emory University, At- engaged in action in the Solo-
lanta. Milton, an apprentice sea- moll Islands last August,
man. is stationed at U. S. Naval
Hospital, Jacksonville, Fla.
Headquarters
United States Army Forces In
The South Pacific
Office of the Commanding
General
APO 502, % Postmaster
San Francisco, California
Veteran of 27 missions over Eu-
rope. Dennis Weiskopf. Miami, is
an aviation student taking pre-
Ihght bombardier training at El- ,
lington Field, Texas. Winner of M,r.,Charl,s Kronberg.
the Distinguished Flying Cross |?45 N. W. 5th Strc-< I
and other awards, he returned to Mlami;irF,0,r,,da\
this country last summer, after DeTar. Mr- Kronberg:
10 months' service in England as ". a, ^rial Pleasure to inform
a waist gunner on a B-17 you of thc award of a Silver Star
______ to your son, Private First Class
Lt. (jg) Harold Simon, son of Dav'' Kronberg, for gallantry in
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1411 action while engaged in opera-
Alton Road, Miami Beach, is home ll'.")s against the enemy in this
on leave from the Pacific, where rheatre.
he is attached with a P. T. The citation briefly describing
squadron. your son's accomplishment, of
--------- which I know you are just proud.
Arthur M. Kahn. the son of Mr. is published in General Orders
and Mrs. Albert L. Kahn. who No. 429. dated November 23.
started as a buck private in the l94^. 'his Headquarters, a copy of
army 30 months ago, has been which is enclosed.
advanced in rank from time to Sincerely,
time, and on Nov. 23 was pro- M. F. HARMON,
moted to captain. He is in th/ Lieutenant General. USA
-iKnal corps and at present sta- AWARD OF THE SILVER STAR
turned in Orlando, Fla. Capt. By direction of the President,
Kahn is a graduate of the Miami under the provisions of the act
Beach public schools and Uni- of Congress approved 9 July 1918
versity of Florida. (Bull. 43. WD. 1918), a Silver Star
--------- is awarded by the Commanding
Capt. I. L. Alberts, who for- General, United States Army
merly practiced medicine at 1456 Forces in the South Pacific Area,
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, to
is now studying tropical disease DAVE KRONBERG, (14064984)
at the school of Tropical Medi- Private First Class, Infantry,
cine. Army Medical Center, United States Army, for gallan-
Washington, D. C. try in action at New Georgia,
-------- Solomon Islands, in aggressively
Seaman Elizabeth Kerensky, going forward to his wounded
20. of Philadelphia, Pa., lost her platoon leader's assistance and
hie in an explosion at the Nor- carrying the officer back under
folk Naval Air Station. She was heavy machine-gun fire to safety
the first member of the WAVES on 4 August 1943. Home Address:
to be killed in line of duty. Eager 1345 Northwest Fifth Street, Mi-
to wear the uniform of the U. S. ami, Florida,
navy, Miss Kerensky left her job By Command of Lieutenant
YOU CAN HELP
If you have a brother, sister,
friend, sweetheart or relative
in the United States armed
forces, you have an obligation
to report that fact to your local
War Records Committee. The
only authentic record of par-
ticipation of American Jews in
the war is being compiled by
the Bureau information on
enlistments, decorations and
casualties should be given to
your local committee and sent
to NAT ROTH. Chairman War
Records Committee, P. O. Box
2973, Miami 18, Florida.
Lt. Maurice L. Docton. 26, of
Cleveland, O.. an armored force
Officer, lost his life in the fight-
ing at Faid Pass in North Africa.
A pharmacist in civilian life, he
was in si rvice a year and a half.
Lieutenant Docton was a gradu-
ate of the East High School and
Ohio State University.
SHOW MUST GO ON
IN FACE OF SORROW
Lt. Maurice I. Bloch, Jr., 21. of
Selma, Ala., an infantryman, lost
his life in an accident in Hawaii
last April, when the tank on
which he was riding during night
maneuvers overturned in a ditch,
killing him instantly. A graduate
of the Riverside Militarv Acad-
emy at Hollywood. Ala., he later
attended Alabama Polytechnic
Institute and the Marion Military
Institute. Lieutenant Bloch was
assigned to Hawaiian duty last
March,
Employes entering the Accu-
rate Parts Manufacturing Co.,
Cleveland defense factory, walk
with a firmer step these days.
Mrs. Edna Bloom has set the ex-
ample.
Mrs. Bloom was at her punch
press one recent Monday when a
CO-WOrker asked her if she had
any news regarding her only son,
Sgt. Arthur Bloom. Sgt. Bloom,
23, had been reported missing in
action over Europe, following his
participating some months ago in
a bombing raid on France.
Mrs. Bloom brought out a tele-
gram which she had reci ived six
hours earlier and showed it to
the questioner. The telegram
was from the War Department. It
informed Mrs. Bloom that her son
had been killed in action in that
raid.
The others urged Mrs. Bloom
to go home, but she stubbornly
refused.
"Arthur wouldn't have wanted
me to go to pieces." she said.
"Other boys will need these plates
I am working on to carry on my
son's fight."
Mrs. Bloom stayed at the punch
press until the working day was
over.
ONALLTHEFflONTS
Lt. (jg) Raymond L. Friedson.
24, of Kansas City, Mo., a naval
officer in the Mediterranean area,
has been killed in action. A
graduate of Kansas University
and an architect in civilian life,
he was in service two years.
Pfc. Louis S. Shluger, 26, of
Hartford, Conn., an infantryman,
died of wounds received in the
Southwest Pacific island fighting.
Overseas exactly a year, Private
Shluger was a games salesman
before joining the service, and
had been affiliated with Emanuel
Synagogue.
Sgt. Maj. Harry J. Rosenberg,
of Rochester, a veteran of 34
i- of army service who died
of illness a year ago while with
ins unit in North Ireland, has
posthumously awarded the
Legion of Merit. The citation,
which hails "the unforgettable
Rosie" for his "untiring efforts
and devotion to duty," was read
at a regimental review in North
Africa last month under com-
mand of Co. K. C. Townson of
Rochester, the late sergeant's
commanding officer for many
vi ars.
Pvt. David Draeger. 27, of Wat-
ertown, Wis., a member of an
anti-tank company, lost his life
in the fighting at Salerno, Italy.
A truck driver in civilian life, he
was in service one and a half
years. Two brothers and a sister
are also in the service. During
World War I three of his uncles
served in the United States army.
Cpl. Gershon Schwartz, 26. of
Revere, Mass., wounded while
assisting injured men to safety
during the Guadalcanal cam-
paign, has been praised by his
commanding officer for "an in-
spiring display of gallantry in
action." A member of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, Corporal
Schwartz was a grocer before
becoming a soldier.
as a drill press operator in a
Philadelphia war plant, Eliza-
beth's father. Victor Kerensky.
of 5723 Chestnut St., is a tinsmith
first class, at the Philadelphia
Navy Yard.
General HARMON:
A. J. Barnett.
Brig. Gen., GSC.
Chief of Staff.
Chanuka GiftsWar Bonds.
KATE SMITH PRESENTS SERGEANT BARNEY ROSS WITH
JEWISH WAR VETERAN CITATION FOR VALOR
Capt. Harold M. Jaffe, 26. of
the Bronx, has added four Oak
Leaf Clusters and a Distinguished
Flying Cross to his decorations.
Returned from the Mediterranean
area after 50 combat misions.
Captain Jaffe is now on duty in
this country.
About a month after his arrival
in Africa, Jaffe, then a lieuten-
ant, was navigating a Flying
Fortress, one of a detail of seven
engaged on a bombing mission
over northwest Sicily. "Soon."
as Captain Jaffe tells it, "there
were only three Forts left, and
we were slugging it out with 50
Messerschmitts." The trio of
American craft shot down 12 of
the Nazis. Jaffe's accounting for
lour. Two of his crewmen were
hint. They bombed their target
and returned to their African
base, "with just a couple of inches
of gasoline left in each tank."
S/Sgt. Allen Leavy. 22. of Balti-
more. Md., an Army Air Force
bombardier, was wounded in ac-
tion over Sicily. He has a sister,
Charlotte, serving in the WAC,
stationed at Fort Monmouth. N. J.
T Sgt. Herman Sachnoff, 26, of
Chicago, now home after a year
of intensive air combat across
North Africa from Egypt to Tu-
nisia, holds a round dozen deco-
rations the Distinguished Flying
Cross, the Silver Star, the Air
Medal with seven Oak Leaf Clus-
ters, and the Purple Heart with
an Oak Leaf Cluster. With the
first American crews to land in
Africa. Sergeant Sachnoff. a ra-
dio operator and technician,
fought through 48 combat mis-
sions and was wounded when his
craft, a B-25, was hit by flak.
"A shell broke right underneath
us." Sergeant Sachnoff recalls,
"and tore a great hole in the bot-
tom of our ship. It caught fire
and I was hurt. I managed to
grab the extinguisher and
smother the flames." On his very
first mission last year, over To-
bruk, Sachnoff's craft was sub-
jected to concentrated anti-air-
craft fire.
U.SMaiin*
On her weekly nation wide broadcast, Miss Smith presented
Jewish War Veteran award to one of American Jewry s oot-
standim- hero. of the war. Left to right. National Com-
mandl" Archie H. Grccnberg, Miss Smith, and Sergean^Ross^
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JENNIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERG
J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK, CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIG. Vice-chairman
JOSEPH A. BERMAN, Sec.
Executive Committee
Mrs. Max Dobrin. Ben B. Goldman,
Maurice Grossman. Louis Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mrs. Murry
Koven, Harry Markowitz, Alex-
ander F. Miller, at Roth. Fred
Shochet, Milton Sirkin, Joseph
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER
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I
NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
Irving Davidson a Riot
My good friend. Dr. Abram L.
Sachar. national head of the
Hillel Foundations at the vari-
ous colleges in the country, has
often stated that the Jewish hu-
.nor is perhaps the keenest of all
peoples. His opinion was proven
conclusivelybeyond the shadow
of all reasonable doubtby Irv-
ing Davidson last Sunday night
at the "Y." Mr. Davidson's hob-
by is the study of Jewish wit and
humor, just as your hobby might
be fishing, swimming or stamp
Collecting. We had a capacity
audience who let out with con-
tinuous and uproarious laughter
for two solid hours. Mr. David-
son had to quit speaking in order
to i ase tin pain oi the people
suffered from such strenuous
laughter. One of the jokes he
which I particularly en-
joyed is the "ii' about the little
Jewi i nt to the toy
department in a
store Santa Clau
what he wanted for Christmas
and he answered thai he did nol
want anything. When
Claus asked him wheth<
in Christmas gifts, he
No I I elieve in Chanu-
kah s. i !:.. i Claus th< n li
V (ill
head, and said in a wl
"a ge/unt in
W<
cultui rman. D 'A' liner,
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Next Cultural Event
Or
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ist. All i
ated
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rare 1 ntallj
Edwii Clai
University of Miami will act as
Narrator at this concert.
Annual Bazaar Planned
Bill Singer, chairman of the
Bazaar Committee, announces
that the annual bazaar of the
YMHA will be held on Saturday
night. Sunday and Monday (Jan.
15. 16 and 17, 1943). Bills com-
mittee is planning the largest af-
fair the "Y" has ever undertaken,
Please watch this column for fur-
ther details.
Home Camp Reunion
Miss Miriam Levine. Girls" Ac-
tivities Director, is now making
plans for a splendid Chanukah
celebration in the form of a Home
Camp Reunion, to be held on
Sunday afternoon. Dec. 36. More
is will appear in this column
later.
Incidentally, I informed you
last week oi the announcement
by Marx Peinberg, chairman oi
Youth Activities Commit i i
irtment "! '"' appoint Miss Min-
sked hnn am Levine as Director of Girls'
i fai ed to 'oil you
.: the splendid background
young lady,
N Y U for two
ttei ded
Si minary
11
selor for four
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
area are as follows
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Beth DavidLate Friday eVJ
ning services at 8:15 o'clock. Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will conduct the
services and Cantor Louis Hay-
man and choir will officiate. Mr.
Aaron B. Tart. Executive Vice-
President of the American OH
Federation, will bi guest
speaker. His topic for discussion
will he -The .!. -a in .- P< il wai
World A ur will fol-
low the servici Satui -> :norn-
ing at 10:30. Jut'.- B4 I-.
b'nai b'rith
Notes
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leader and craft instructor at the
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Beth Jacob Services Fi
[evening at <> o'clock. Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. Jui
n will meet in Commun-
ity Building und
of Abraham Safra During the
adult Sabbat rvice Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will speak on
"Our Refugee Children." Cantor
Maunee Mamcnes will chant the
melodies. Sholi los serv-
ices at > p m. All servici
welcome At H p, m a "Ycsluva
Melaveh MalkeB will be held.
Friday evening at 8 p, n
ing lecture i
Night Forums will be held. Rab-
bi MeschelofI will speak on "1
a Book." I rttoi Maurice
Mamches will had in the com-
munal singing.
Miami Beach .1 Commun-
ity Center- Kabala Sha
ii p m. I.ate Friday evening serv-
ici s at ,'i:15 p. m Rabbi Lehr-
i .,k on "The Book-
E i rnai Wi apon f the J
Reception In patio will follow.
m Rabbi I
will i'i "Awi
Ihi Daw n." Junior c
a m. At 4 30 p iii B
the d lion ol Mor-
G 6 p. i SI
Mi ai i
man Luna
Fri-
l p m. I
" Uahiii A.
I bi the guest
sp< aki ; II. ti pic will be 'Spii
i'.ii.,i Balani i Saturday n
at 0 a m Bai Mitzvah ot
s Rabbi April
will thi Bai Mi'.
I invited Refi
meni bi j thi par-
At l 45 p. m .
Bibli Minchah
st rvii Shol
Tempi Israi Dr, Jacob K
Ian will i k gular Fri-
i ing ei i at 8:15 p
H is top
is Attitu Lif( Re-
. >n Will f( low tl
W-
Every
Week Day
Night
8 p. m.
DOG RACING
Bi tl Sholon C< ntei S I
he luled foi Fi i nin>
e guest speaker will
be Pvt Chaim I E rog. who
will speak on the subject 'The
Ji Lo k at Pt ace, Prayi r and
Patriot Pvt Essrog was
in Palestine and studied at
iva College of Palestine,
Harvard and Columbia urn-
He i ict upii : everal pulpits
in Ni a England.
Cant .". Fi Iman wi
chant th portion of the
nd Ii ad m the congre-
gational singing The sisternooi
will acl tesses foi thi socia
1 ing the ervi
Saturday morning sen ii i
9 a m. Junior congregal i
si rvii es w ill i held at 11 a m
with Cantoi
A i hi Fi Iman condu
A Kiddush will be
ren by the sisti i -
Sholem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai
B'rith. will hold its next regular
meeting on Tuesday. Dec. 14,
1943, at 8 19 p. m. at the YM&WHA
of Miami Beach. 1 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Fla.
Election of officers will take
place with the following candi-
dates in the field:
For PresidentMilton A. Fried-
man. Sol S. Goldstrom.
For First Vice-PresidentHar-
old Turk.
For Second Vice-President
Nat Roth, Dr. Herman Myers.
For Recording SecretarySam
Silver.
For Financial SecretaryAlex
S. t Nat Blumberg.
For Treasurer- Sam B. Miller.
For As.-t. MonitorMaurice
Crop i :
For Guardian Ernest Suss-
For Trustees Isidore Gold-
stein, Carl Weinkle, Benjamin
Levine, Jack August
Ladies' Auxiliary Meeting
The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet
at thi tune and place and
will also hold election ol officers.
The following are candidates who
will be voted on al this meeting:
I'. Mrs. 8. II Mill. I.
v '. MIKon
r
>. \ M II,-.
I'orn Ml M
.i i nihy
\\ III.on
\ Kd< man.
Harold Purk. Ml
Mi Sal I Hum -
Ii,, VURIlHl M I ;l
11. K .i \
Mm la.i >i .' i
I I Mrs. II
- ';. in. M Max i inlilinan, M
lug. M K
Lou Heiman Class
The 25th Anmvi rsi ry Member-
Drive Committee is hard at
work to reach their objective ol
12r>i new members by the end of
The memCM rs obtained
during this drive will be mitiati d
as the "Lou Heiman Cla i hon-
oring thi pi i sidi rrt < i Sholem
I.Olil
Samui 1 Blank and Carl Wi i
kle are general chairmen and
then will in ten teams of ten
membt i ach, each team undi r
tl i direction ol i Ii tignated cap-
tain The captain and teams
an ai follows:
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W .i I ... in, i !:
W nkle s.i m lllank, Lea *h.o -
i Mu 11. <
\ \ S I '.'.. I ., ; 11 i .
( H Itayvls. Max Mil
1'iwph Hi I KiiMiman
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Mannie Gates' Orchestra
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Jewish OrthodoxMiami Jew-
Orthi dox Congregation serv-
scheduled for Friday
6'13 p. m and Saturday 9 a. m.
and 5 p m Rabbi Jacob E Rai
ky will speak during the
morning services on the subnet
of "Jacob ami Laban" and Satur-
day afternoon he will speak on
the suject of "Dust Clouds" Sho-
losh Seudos is scheduled for Sat
urday .r. la p. m. A program of
Zmiros and Hebrew songs is pre-
pared for the occasion. D
services are scheduled for 8:30
a. m. and 5:45 p. m. The Mish-
nah group meets daily at 5:45
and Shulan Oruch group meets
daily at 6:30.
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldq.. Suits 301
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
MODERATE COSTS
ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS
OF INDIVIDUAL
CIRCUMSTANCES
mi, George Kloni-. I..,, \, u ,.
pat-ar Arafnur. Max j.....i, ii"^"'
inn \\ alnar, A Peppei t,,,.. .
berc. Nathin Alaxinder
S.OI1 it MIII.t, Capuin; i>,i,i., Gm
ii-in. ix.uis Halman. Morrla ;..
Many .a,M.., Phillip Wall
OaUua, Max Qoklman,
Del
Kreehlina, Dr, Kuii WelllKh
Harold Turk, Captain; i., u w,,t,
Mia,,. Barnard s r>lner, William i
K. ii. r. laldor Ootdattln, Sii.. '
rn .oi. Harry 1 Mama. ,;,..,. ,.
Ja.k A.iKiiMl, Ah in CMi Ii '
Milton km.....Him. Capuin Ui .
' i..in. i. M.o x Palnbera s
Willian, iMi.-.lman. Nathai
imv.m.i Friedman, ai... .- 332SJ'
\ Albert Qraen. Joseph J i:.,,'
< ;u Trau. Captain; Jos, pn j i .
ton, Maxwell Hyman. Alfred i-
-'.in, Dr, iii-ntaniiii Landau, Ed
I Uandell, Dr. .i a Tu
Miller. David Phillip*, Irwli
n.i It'.ih Captain; Bamuel Traurhr
A Kronenfeld, Abe \
Hat del, Di Alexander Kui
/...ika. i>r Prank Poret, i...
11, i man slnfi. n
Qeorae Bertman, Captain; u,
Ri rgman, Alexand< r I'.n hai
iSlller, II. i nan Popkln, .;.
Matiti. Rllverateln, I w i
Weinkh t Idore Lament r, i
Hafni
t an i..\ h 'aptaln ;.. /., .
enti lanai Roaenaarten,
Meyers, l.. on K iplan, M
liavld lllank. I'.iiiil llri.ut
Isidore fnhen
Dr. Brandt to Address Ladies'
Auxiliary
Dr. Arthur Brandt, formerly tn
attorney m Germany,
uled to address the mi
of the Ladies' Auxiliai
ing meeting next 'It..
Dr. Brandt, in his experien
an attorney in German]
opportunity to ci
Adolph Hitler. It is antii
that the observations i I Dr.
Brandt will be ol extren
to his audience.
B'nai B'rith to Name Second
Bomber
The second bomber pun
a- ,i result of the War B
will be named by a joint i
mittee from Sholem Lodgi and
the Ladies' Auxiliary 11
mittee Will meet 111 jo|! it
after the next meeting ot tl
live groups. The con.mittee
. kmg suggestions for a i
appropriate to identify i:
of its origin and which will be
an inspiration to its en
B'nai B'rith Office Moved
The office of B'nai B'rith has
transferred from 650 >
bold Building to Room
i "1 I Building. Miami 'I
phone number la 8-63 I
ame as the A. D. L. offici i
All inquiries in connection with
B'nai B'rith matters si
directed to the office.
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I %  ORGANIZATION! ACTIVITIES J. W. V. AUXILIARY^ M. B JEWISH CE NTER WORKERS' ALLIANCE BETH JACOB No. 290( will i A Bialik Branch, te the 30th jubilee of the Workers Alliance Deer 19th at the Labor Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Admission charge of Si.00 will include evening's entinment and refreshments. Celebrating 30 the orgSJ will remplishments untry. Canada and [t maint an I sanitariums in addiits colonies in Palestine. Blum. Brandeis and the n A I E. L. ARBEITER RING" A %  will be Riven by Solomon of Ni %  iter Rir.y I.\25 V. .'•. M:B I I Current I %  :d:n retarj urer; • M M M ; M Bon Rifkind. 1 .1 Ri i Social Ser Moi : i %  J %  Fri lay I). • d at Lyceun Reservation r Mori %  : K 3-8924 %  5-7696. Melaveh Malkeh will be held Saturday night at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Miami B> for the purpose of discussing the organization of a local Yeshiva M. scheloti will chairman Local cantors will sing. The public is invited. At; ISO women attended the annual Sisterhood ther and tea held t: day by the Bth Jacob Sisti M Mi M Rose : ved as chairman Mrs. I. ens of such The correspondi • I voices th* opinion thai if • of g %  tast %  emigration. BEACH ZIONIST BETH DAVID DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL nthusiastic and well i1 %  re 1 • • p, tl Ja %  Sj %  the final n the it 151 Club. It %  TIER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Ave. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. ay and Matinee Only Sat Dec. 10-11 David Buffet Dinner and Congregational meeting will Sunday evening. Tl • ved from litorium, and the will taki • at 8 o'clock in thi ue, The .'.•ill includi lent's Annual Rei Election of Of' %  '. i ConAfl ion with Ziont Orgai • Ai i as a and Religious C • ion. The tl Cl Annual will Decem261 • P M %  Beth im under the %  : Fice f oi %  %  • 2 Mr. Ralph Tl Direct -.'. %  111 Hai "The i urdi.". ol moving the • will cau I f 1939 1 ers ol all Zi i %  id Alex Van Straati n il the board met ting of th< '•' Beach District. As Chairman of the Membership C tl e, he statod "Democracy will yield to public opinion as it is fexpn by the majority It is, therefore, our responsibility to make our effort count in the successful enrollment of a national membership of 150.000 in the Zionist Organization of America so that our voices may be heard in this hour of impending darkness. igh our District has 500 memwe must not rest until a roll of 1.000 is registered." The Zionist Cultural Forum will hear Mrs. Joseph Barth dis"Pi and Chaos.'" a new book written by Leslie Balogh Bain. To answer questions from the audii nee, Mr Bam will ho nt in person This Forum will eld at the usual time, 3:30 Saturday ,,:• m the of Dr. Abraham Woll llth and Collins Avenue, the site of the Spinoza Forum. The pubcordially invited to attend participal L. ndon (JTA). — A J. : the London ing in that week analyzes the conflii ting intei pretatioi Wl • %  Papei by the Ai th( 1'.. itish %  w 5, pointing out that the -Whit. Paper ImJewish-Arab cooperation to joint country, but white Paw r year, and Ji w without Arab consent, u '' A M r % %  will be%! mediate and On the other hand, he .^ to carry out the policy win bm "important roper. ; w r ^ countries where the White Pap* r : considi n I the touchstone of British good faith." The article saythe Arabs consider the White Paper the final, considered statement of British policy in Palestine. p. o. FDR CALL R. J. WAINWR1GHT. DISTRICT MANAGER SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. SPRINGS. FLA. PHONE BU0 AND BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS OUR PRICES AND QUALITY" BOX 6. M 1AM SALESBOOKS "COMPARE Gifts -War B Nathan Ginsburg OF TIDES HOTEL MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCES THE OPENING FRIDAY OF A Strictly Kosher Meat Dining Room In Adjunction to the Vegetarian Dairy Dining Room AT THE True Farm Food Restaurant 645 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH "Serving the Finest Strictly Kosher Full Course Meat Meals' n // CHANCE OF A LIFETIME WITH CHESTER MORRIS As "Boston Blackie" • • • Starts Sat. at 4:30 p. m. and Sun. Thru Wed.. Dec. 11-15 OLSEN ,„d JOHNSON Those Sons-of-Fun in Crazy House WITH CASS DALEY ALLAN JONES COUNT BASIE and His Orchestra I WANT MY MILK FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product!'* Dncro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd StrMt Consider the Question Carefully It has many aspects; some sentimental, others purely financial. When it becomes imperative to purchase a cemetery lot it must be done hurriedly, without due deliberation, by one whose judgment is rendered less keen by grief and anxiety. It is simple wisdom and wise forethought to select a family burial lot now, when better judgment and clearer reason can be brought to bear—than in those hurried distracted hours when the need arises. 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PAGE SIX +Jewisti flwHian i METROPOLITAN FRJDAY, DECEMBER i 0 ^^^^^^^^^A^A^MVMWWW** I m A E E T N R TOSWJfJTH H. H. Ilyman. general chairman of the Metropolitan Miami Fishinn Tournament, has scored ani 10-Strike in arranginu for tne presentation of the event's ninth annual renewal. Jan. 9 through April Hi. Hyman, who in business life is southern manager oi the Florida Power & Light Co., has as his chiel the oft' hour.ot fishing. Nini years ago he headed a group ol local anglers to inougurat< ti-.( M litan Miami Fishent. Elect< d gi al chairman then and each year directed it into the greatest entry-ire.' angling mship that annually attracts thousands articipants. To insun %  | rgai n known as Anglers. Inc. dual en'' thusii event until ea< • i( in t: !l as ountrii Hyi need thai on I), c 15 the • Coi ; year D.: D Miai : V.' ler Kei il ] crius column is oonduotad by UM Greater Miami Jewlah Federation in • ration with The Jewlah Klorld' %  '' • %  %  community aervice To Inform Hi' community of your organisation's • • and to avoid con HI. phone J-6411 and ,.-k for Communltj Calendar." Notification %  %  11 Fade ration no later than lay for publication that week I FUGLE! KEIKL CLUB ENDS MONTH OF STELLAR SPOOT OBITUARIES W. L. Williams. 68, Nat Williams. Miami died Friday Theater. He Sun., Dec. 12—Miami Servicemen's League of YMHA, dinner dance, Club Bah, 7 p. m Sun.. Dec. 12—Miami Service Men.League ol YMHA. dinner dance, Club Bah. 7 p. m. Tues., Dec. 14—Sholem Lodge B nai Bnth and Auxiliary, regular meeting, YM&WHA ol Miami Beach, 8 p. m. Wed.. Dec. ISBeth David Sisterhood, meeting, Beth David Auditorium. 2:30 p. m. Workmen*! Cil Branch No. (i!n. regular II." 25 Washington Avi 8 30 p. m. Fri.. Dec. 17 Forum s. Council ol Jewish WoW • Fi leration of i h YM&WHA. l .iu P Sun.. Dec. II --. %  ,„-,,-, it String rt< ;. YMHA i I Mian i i p m Nearing completion Otis Saturday night of the first month of it.86-night meeting, the West Flagler Kennel Club under the active supervision of Jacob Slur, president, and W I.. Huntley, vice pn sident and general manager, has erased all Florida state records for attendance at this early winter period and the alltime mutuel records. In tion, 'hi >• ha\ i posted innui able recordfor early .%  i racing, this undoubtedly being made possible by the fact that Messrs Sher and Huntli y ai ed only registrations iron; the nation'.1. admu k. ni Each nighl a-, Wi I F a cli ar indication that the -port of greyhound racing, the .-port 'hat dal io the days of the famed < one oi its in si pat ind since has proven to be one of tl great esl morale builders ol England's World War II civilian population, is really moving into it.WILLIAMS 1 %  Fla, the rules and i %  1 TnnniOHi ninn ^- "• '• """> moving into it.TROPICAL PARK TO KS' fe nnril ninr nranmi v t ancemen '' ;,ii < : IPI Hi K /III r lrflSliN IV improvement presented Ul L!l llnUL UL/luUll "'• sport, demanded the %  irH I iai %  *...._... .,! d gs availabli led every NEXT WEDNESDAY al '. p. m. with the final father of attorney, in the Paramount Came here 80 years ago from Buffalo. N Y on a visit, and remained to enter the n al estate busim H. was one of the founders of the first J< wi-h cemetery in M i a m i ; pn sident of B'nai B'I ith; an officer of Beth David Conation, a n d a life membei ol Moriah Masonic lodge 153 Bl Philadelphia He had been ill since suffering a heart attack a year ago Surviving, besides the son. are Wife, Mrs Jinny Williams. and a daughter, Mrs, Florence ion, With whom he livi d at 1301 l.i nox Ave Miami 1'.. Funeral services were conduct. d Sunday, Dec. 5, in th< I' Funeral Home Chapel with Rab!.i\ Shapiro of Beth David gation officiating. T h e Biscaym Bay Masonic Lodge had .:< ol the services at the de. Pallbearers were Samuel Dn iFrank Solomon, Stanley Phillips. Mannie Sheldon, Sidney H Palmer, .: tour j A co I leg. ,j p ni and Kappa Epsilon Hlu fraternitii He is past pres"f the H.-nry Friedman Bnai B nth Lodg. ii Pawtucket. .. :i2nd degrei M ind a M ill oi Shrin• r In 1930 he was married t.. \ '.'. : %  Browi ightei i : Mi . died Sat day at his horn.. 17!Hi S W. 21st SI He earn, here two and onehall years ago from Philadelphia, and was a retired food merchant ing are Ins wife, Mrs. BerIha Shapiro: a s.,n. Harry H MiBi... h. and two daughter Mr! Nbri is Weiner and Mrs. I.ilyan Milgram, both of Philadelphia, The Riverside Memorial el s.-nt the body t>. Philadelphia Monday (or services and burial. ABE MISSAL Abe Missal, til. ,,i nii( Meridian Ave Miami Beach, died Monday nighl in a Beach hospital, H< came here three years ago Iron. Hartford. Conn., and owned .'i harb.ishop He isurvived by his widow. Mr.-. Sara Missal Mi•,""' pea h: a on, Harold Missal Hartford, and a daughter, Mrs rrieda Lebon. of Hartford. The ide Memorial chapel sent dy •.. Hartford Wednesday ior services an.) burial NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOlT TAX DEED NOTICE I i. Certll • "I Ih. T.i. da) ..f .1.,; \ i %  i 1.1. np| II. atloi I %  • ...... %  •• I .-..!. i U I 21, HI. .1; ; l ... k Bub.. I >.r t Thi • • • 1 • -. .1 to law. th. %  • -i Ihereli Hill l„Hold • • muni %  • blddi %  .i u... %  • •' %  n %  Moi la; li %  January, 1944, a Of .... ', .... \ I'M | I Ial day o| rx*i 14 i: li LEATHERMAN rirrk of I Ml,< 'ounl> F Court s. ..li Bj \ • %  Bt< %  • DC 10-17-24 v • I hen : % %  KI %  i. rtei Inn to tngH. %  nd. ih. flctll i-is. • v VM: 1-, „ ,|. SAI.KS. ai \'A S 'ii hi Miami, Florida %  -....I name In th. •' • lrk "f ihCln nit I > ni, %  Florida '•|.-,l:\ i. BTETTXER l!'\ Rt'QARX VN i %  GREATER MIAMI STUDENTS IN CHANUKA CELEBRATION A united Chanuka celebration Of the students of Creator Miami S Sunday School.and II.brew Schools will celebrate S, \\ 8th str.,,. Sunday, I). "" ll "'26th at to a m A program including moving picl arranged. Give War Bonds as Chanuka Gifts. AUGUST BROS^? Is the BEST.' Alka-Seltzer 11 AVE you tri*d Alk.-Sm|it In action. flrrii. y>^k Thirty mil %  n .1 S.ity I ce nta. NERVINE POB rrlirf from Functional Nr* voua l)iaturbanca auch aa Slcepleaanaaa. Cranhinraa. Kicitabil.tr. Narroaa Rcadacha and Nera Indicaation. Tnblrta IS* and .'• I.i.ju.d 2it and II.M. Rad dlr ^' tioua and ua only ai directed. OH. in-aa New y..rk JTA).-WiUiam Green, president ol the American Federation of Labor, this week >'ned r, demanding abrogation British White P.,,,,, ,, %  %  WOUld bar all new n immigration into PalesMarch 31, 1H-J4 ANTJ-PAINPILLSH^ I SIN. i.l.K Or M.Ira AntiI'.ll oft^n rrlirrea Headache. Maicnlar Paiaa •r lupriKnal Moalhly J 'a in. — Si for 2M. %  rtl.e*. Get them at you druc atore. Read directuM and oa only aa dlraaud. OLD SARATOGA INN B,c.iync Boulcv.„d it 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Dinners From 5 o'Clock Sundays From Noon ... n!, ck,ai! U !" i Fin Li q"" !" <1 W,n '" IIS r 0M O0WNI0WN MIAMI OR BUS M ll (ROM MIAMI IACH OPEN EV ERY DAY EXCEPT TUESDAY — HI An architect's sketch is the above, for the Morris Brothers department store, which will occupy an entire block from Flagler St. to S. E. First St. on First Ave. in postwar Miami according to Dr. Morris Goodman, head of the firm with stores now in Miami Beach and -Cut Courtesy Miami Herald. Ask Your Local Da>licataaa #rJ For the Beat It Coats Mo Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Daildoua Cornad Baar Plcklad, coohad and Bmokad AUaU S7tn and Normal Ava. C M—•_



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i am pn wJewisti IFIIariidliiai in 1CT0KY iNirio ITAIH CoMa/w/vc F^7> JiBw'usfri kjmnty ** CTOKY VOLUME 16—No. 50 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS J. E. A. Releases Plans for Coordination of Education BBC BROADCAST SAYS 3.000.000 EUROPE ARE KILLED BY NAZIS The Jewish Education Association released this week to local congregations and spiritual leaders and parties interested in the educational program an announcement of the suggested plan for the coordination of the existing local Talmud Torahs. Louis Hciman, president of the J. E. A., stated that the tentative minimum program and suggested plan for the Association, as outlined together with the cooperation of Dr. Israel S. Chipkin. had been approved by the Jewish Education Association's board of directora. Preamble to the plans s.ated the purpose was to effect greater cooperation and coordination of activities among existing Talmud Torahs in Greater Miami, in order to provide extended facilities and opportunities for Jewish eduction for all age groups in accordance With the studied need-; HI the Jewish community, and in eider to encourage existing as well as newly established schools to attain higher standards of pupil achievement. To do this the J.E.A. will oiler these Bchools and educational agencies expert AGAINST SETTLERS Jerusalem (JTA>.—The Palestine Government announced tins week that it has dropped all charges against the :<4 settlers arrested during the police raid ..ii the settlement oi Ramath Hakovesh. The bail put up by the settlers when they were released last weekend has been retU I >! the original 35 Jews arrested. i ne Shmuel Wolynetz, died as a result of wounds Buffered during the raid. The decision taken last week ; v the Small Zionist Ac ions Committee to send Moshe Shertok. Jewish Agency political chief to London in an attempt to reconcile the differences between Dr. Chaim Weizmann and David Ben Gurion, seems to have precipitated another crisis Within the Zionist ranks instead oi solving the already existing one. it was learned here. The General Zionists B. the Mi/rachi and the Paole Mizrachi :, all up in arms at the Act.ens Committee because it decided to nd Shertok alone, rather than a delegation on which other Zionist groups besides the Labontes would be represented B'NAflfmTH^CABLES S5.000 TO SWEDEN BENS Washington (JTA).— Responding to an urgent plea from Oscai Fraenckel. president of the now liquidated B'nai B'rith lodge m Copenhagen, who. together with most of the members of the lodge. has found sanctuary in Sweden, B'nai B'rith has cabled $8,000 to Mr. Fraenckel for relief WOTK among Danish members oi a nai B'rith in Sweden, it WM announced here. The funds were -abled through the Danish and Swedish legation s here. JEWISHIABOR BODY IS NOT WITH COMMITTEE New York (JTA).-The Jew pi' Labor Committee announced this week that it will remain in tin American Jewish Conference, but will not participate in the Interim Committee of the Conference, which has been established to oirect the affairs of the organization until its next meeting some time in the future. professional services, central direction and certain forms of financial aid. The plan of coordination and unification emphasizes that each of the existing schools remain an autonomous unit, continues to meet in its present quarters, and its budget is supplied by the congregation with which it is affiliated. In order to help a school in its efforts to raise its standards of educational achievement, the J. E. A. will offer such school contain specified forms of financial aid in accordance with available funds. Each school will follow a course of study, jointly prepared bv the Rabbinical and Teacher Councils with the aid of the supervisor or the director of the J.E.A. The services of the J.E.A. through its organization which will engage an executive director, who will also serve as supervisor of the Talmud Torahs. will include enrollment campaigns and assistance in detailed administrative matters with expert supervision by the qualified supervisor and his Staff. AGENCY OFFERED BIG LOAN BY LLOYDS BANK Haifa (JTA).—The Lloyds Bank of London has oil. red the Jewish Agency a large long-term loan which would make POS! ible expansion oi Jewish post-war activities In Palestine, it was revealed here this week by Elie/er Kaplan, agency treasurer, addressing the opening campaign ol the Keren "Hayesod drive lure. Mr. Kaplan disclosed that the agency's budget for the current year is S8.000.000, half of which will be allocated for the development of new colonies in northern and southern Palestine and tor economic measures to facilitate the transition from a war-time to a peace-time economy. DELEGATES MAY SOON COME TO PALESTINE Jerusalem (JTA).—There is a possibility that a special Soviet Jewish delegation may soon visit Palestine, it was learned here this week. The Victory League for Russia disclosed that it had invited Pro! Solomon Mikho.-Iand Lieut. Col. Itzik Fetter to com.' to Palestine en route home trom Britain, but had been advised by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee In Moscow that it was not possible for the two to visil Palestine, but that the committee would he glad to send a special delegation. GERMANS STILL ARREST DEPORT DANISH JEWS London (JTA).—Marking the forthcoming anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on Nazi atrocities in occupied Europe, which was issued on Dec. 17, 1942, the British Broadcasting Company this week broadcast a summary of German atrocities against Jews, estimating that 3.000,000 European Jews have been killed since the outbreak of the war. The broadcaster stated that Poland has become the execution center for the Jews of Europe. He reviewed the arrest and de1 portation to Poland of the Jews of Holland. Greece, France. Ausjtria and other countries and estimated that only about 700 Jews, who are married to Aryans, remain in the city of Vienna. The I broadcast also described the battle of the Warsaw ghetto and the death chamber at the Treblinka camp in Poland. f|v s sHillelUnitatU.o(M.Now Reality; House is Acquired Forma 1 announcement was made this week of a Hilled unit at the University of Miami and the purchase of a Hillel house. 3306 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, near the University of Miami in Coral Gables. The unit, one of 175 odd located at universities throughout the country, is under the leadership of Dr. A. L. Sachar. national director, who announced the appointment of William L. Kesselman as director of the foundation for the local universityThe local unit is now functioning through 15 activity groups including social, art, music, service to service men. religion, welfare, cooking, dramatics, office, dancing, forensic, literary, athletic, inter-faith, and photography. Mr. Kesselman. a layman whose background includes a wide scope of activities in line with his pr< Sent position, was formerly an active teacher and Hillel counselor for the Milwaukee colleges. Mr. Kesselman is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and received his M. A. from Northwestern University. He has done advanced work toward his Ph.D. at the University ol Wisconsin. Mr. Kesselman has served education in the following capacities: member of the adv isory < GERMANS HAVE BUILT NINE SEPARATE CAMPS London (JTA).—Nine oi 100 concentration camps which ..have been established by the 29th German occupation authorities in Mr.'Poland are used solely tor JewBaerwald stressed that "if the ish prisoners, while Jews are also war were to end tomorrow, or at confined in three other camps. any time within the year, we according to information gathered would require twice or three by a special commission of the times that sum—or even more." Polish Government, which was Mr. Baerwald was elected made public here, chairman of the JDC, succeeding The "Jewish camps are located Capt Edward M. M. Warburg, at Belezec. Standard. Postniice, J.D.C. WILLED S17.QQa.Q0Q IN m ELECT HEII New York (JTA). —At hast (17,000,000 will be required by the Joint Distribution Committee during 1944 to carry out its normal routine activities in Eut Asia and North Africa, it was stated this week by Paul Baerwald addressing 4.000 delegates from 138 cities attending th annual meeting of the JDC. mittee on teachers preparation and certification of the National Education Association; member of the education committee of the M. T. A. in charge of American Education Week Radio Programs; tea'her representative to the Wisconsin Congress of Pan ids and Teachers: member of the Social Studies Curriculum committee of the Milwaukee public schools; on the staffs of the elementary and high school divisions of the religious school of Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun. Mr. Kesselman is the author of "Partners—Parent and Teacher." "Diagnosing Child Behavior." "Back to the Horse and Buggy." ana numerous other articles published in educational magazines, An active member of his community. Mr. Kesselman served Milwaukee in many ways including: member of the executive Committee Of Junior Red Cross of Milwaukee county: chairman of the committee on Junior Red Cross High School Councils; member of the speakers' bureau of American Red Cross; member of the Milwaukee Junior Chamber of Commerce, and on its speakers' bureau; member of the executive board B'nai B'rith Gilead I.odgl 100 tep study Post-War Problems, IT Stockholm (JTA).—Arrests and deportations <>t Danish Jews are still continuing despitethe fact that the majority oi the Jews in the country havei either.fled to Sweden or were deported by tne „. m;ill s last month, it >a reported ,„ the newspaper Dagena Nyheter this week. The paper reports that recently l!) Jews were removed from Uie Horseroed camp, whenthe airested Jews have been concentrated, and taken undei German escort to the Elsmor. ra, road station where they were placed on a train bound for an unknown destination. A group of 30 Jews who were captured while attempting to reach Sweden were sent to the He.rseroed camp, the report adds. Of this group several were laur released M a result of interven[fon by foreign diplomats;. Dagens Nyheter says, indicating that they may have been nationals of DMSal countries or of countries friendly to the Axis. who is on active service wi h th< Uniteel States army. For the past two years Mr. Baerwald has been functioning as honorary chairman of the organization. Mrs. Felix Warburg was named honorary chairman and James N. Rosenberg was elected to thenewlycreated post of chairman of the board. Joesph C. Hyman, execu iye vice-president of the JDC. disCUSSed arrangements which the JDC has just completed with tinSoviet Union to send food, clothing and other relief supplies n the amount of $500,000 Into the U S. S. R. within the next few months tor distribution by the Russian Red Cross te. civilians on a non-sectarian basis in areas eel predominantly Jewish population. He said that this marked the formal resumption e>f relief relationships between JDC and the Soviet Union. The new program will supplement theJDC S present shipments of packages 'containing food, clothing and medicines to large numbers ol evacuees from eastern Europe who are now in Soviet Asia. Mr. Hyman explained, pointing out that the package plan is expected to reach a rate of 5.000 parcels a month bv the end of this year. Sobibor, Kosow-Podlaski, Treblinka, Trawniki, Poniechowek and also one' between Chelo and Wlodawa. Of these, Treblinka, Trawniki and Ponie clie.wek are•death lamps" to which the Jews i, sent tei be executed. It is known that Treblinka iias extensiv execution facilities, such as gas and steam chambers. The' government report says that Jews are' also confined in the Majdanek, Myslowice and Oswiecim camps and at several other unnamed places m Polish Silesia. SQUARE IN HAIFA IS NAMED FOR I. W. MACK New York (JTA).—A square in the commercial center of the Emek Zebulun area of Haifa has been named for the late Judge Julian W. Mack of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals. according t> an announcement I v I the Palestine Economic Corporation. Judge Mack was an active and leading participant in Pa tine reconstruction activities for many years. i Zurich (JTA).—German troops last week invaded a synagogue in Milan while services were being held and arrested all the worshippers it is reported in the Italian newspaper Libera Stampa. The' report says that a Dr. Neppi, a noted Milan physician, was killed during theraid. Another report says that the German military authorities in northern Italy nave established special tribunals in Rome. Flore nee, Turin. Milan and Genoa to try Jewaccused of anti-Fascist activities. TinBerlin radio this week announced that 10.000 Jews have already been i xpelled from Rome and added that their homes would be used to shelter families whose houses have' been destroyed by Allied war raids. The broadcast did ne>t indicate te> where theRome Jews had been sent, but recent reports reaching here have indicated that most <>i them an being shipped to theconcentration camp at Piacenza. GROVE OF TREES WILL HONOR SLAIN SETTLER Perusalem (JTA).—A grove of trees in honor of Shmuel Wolynetz. Polish-born Jew who was fatally wounded during the raid on the settlement of Ramath Hakovesh on Nov. 16 will shortly be planted in Palestine, it was announced by the Jewish National Fund. The grove will symIbolize the Palestine Jewish community's appreciation of the "pioneer heroism" of the Ramath Hakovesh settlers, the announcement said. SHERTOK TO LONDON TO TRY SOLVE CRISIS Jerusalem (JTA). —Moshe Shertok. chief of the political department of the Jewish Agency. I will be sent to London shortlv to attempt to iron out differences existing between David Ben Gurion, resigned chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, and Dr. Chaim Weizmann, it was decided this, week at a meeting of the Small Zionist Actions Committee here. Give Gifts. War Bonds as Chanuka GEN. MOSHE COHEN IS HOME ON GRIPSHOLM Montreal (JTA).—General MosheCohen, former adviser to Dr. Sun Yat Sen, first president o£ theChinese' ivpublie-. and to G< n eralissimo Chiang Kai-Shek, arrived in Montreal last week among the group of 221 Canadians repatriated freim Japan on the exchange ship SS. Gripsholm. It is expected that General Cohen may return to western Canada where he first made contact with Chinese and where heorganized the Chinese Labor Battalion during the first World War. He served in France with that unit. Melbourne, Australia (JTA).— A Pro-Palestine Committee, consisting of prominent non-Jewish leaders, has been formed in South Australia, it was announced here. Four of the Commonwealth's six states now have such groups functioning. ALLIED BIG LEADERS IN VISIT TO PALESTINE New York (JTA). — President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill visited Palestine en route from their conference at Cairo with Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek, according to reports current here this week.



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The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main 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 Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Edito r Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1943 KISLEV 13. 5704 VOLUME 16 NUMBER 50 ries of works on Latin America; and withal a great traveler. She married a mining engineer whose work took him to different parts iof the world: to Russia. India, and Africa Mrs. Lindsley accompanied her father, and later her husband in all their extensive travels and everywhere the went ,she observed, studied and tried '. to understand the people She is. %  indeed, an exception to the general run of rich American tourists. She did not travel for the take of adventun emulation ol louvei irs. She wai drawn irresistibly to the mass of human beings whom she She lived with them undergone the hai .ose ii\ the fnn_ Mrs Lin lsl< > livi I in Fi for n movii Ei Boerwald a. the recently-held 29th annual meeting of the Joint Jj Distribution Committee that it would be detracting for us to make war, Bndl loi -. which would gel to Span Declaring that the JDC budget for 1944 would be S17.000.000 Sled'an!? „' cs against a budget of over $10.000,000 in 1943. Mr. Baerwald sp< nd I asserted that if the war were to end tomorrow the JDC relief § work would require twice or three times that sum, or even more. Ibling houses an I Iced He wisely added "that no statistic^ can at this time compute the cost of rebuilding the spiritual and physical ruins of the Intern .nd smoked and with tl lent mat tne tasic ot sustaining jewisn tue in me vast areas ninfc! oi Europe and elsewhere will fall chiefly on the shoulders of From i .. T t ,i wanders ti> Palestine, which was the Jewish community in America, fortunately, our economic .,,. jjos.lion in this country at this time is such that we are in a ten r. Arriving in Jt position to come to the succor of our brethren. But to do this feS^rafty^; we shall have to marshall our financial and physical resources, shadow of the A\ We must. now. begin building a spiritual as well as financial j reservoir to feed, sustain, educate and rehabilitate the millions proclaiming herself to be thi of Jewish suiferers. American Jewry can rise to the needs of the *****. f r ,, lh ^„ &*** %  and .' j ma ..Ding hand is tendered moment by uniting on a single and common course of action— to the terrorist to bring spiritual solace and material aid to the Jews in Europe S: **** %  Showei Zion. a new r _, „ r ; colony of German Jews founded and elsewhere, and to help reconstruct Jewish life in all its ason 100 acres of land bought for -TIDBITS FROM EVER! Muctfy Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BJBONROOSEVELT IN PALESTINE nosh! This is a real scoop When the full 8l the Roosevelt Churchill-Stalin meeting will be made k will be revealed (and we hope the news doesn't break v^* you read this) that the American President and the R Premier on their way to the conference, visited Palest gether Both gave quite some attention to the Jewish* H* velopments there, agricultural and industrial And thj, REHABILITATION The colossal task of rehabilitating and reconstructing Jew.sh life in the post-war world was so ably depicted by Paul n. any further comments on the subject. The figures he gave speak for themselves. V II As the war is drawing to a close, it is becoming increasingly She 1 .,,,,, ... ., lures aboard Bnti.-h ship; .-.dent that the task of sustaining Jewish life in the vast areas nink ... pects in the areas besmirched by the foul hand of the twentieth century barbarians. "WAR IS PEOPLE" By LORNA LINDSLEY Bosti • H ton Mifflin Co.. 1943 Reviewed by E>r. M. A. Lipkind, Treasurer Miami Beach Zionist District '.'.' ir is Peo] I. %  %  %  I • • %  }: Sh : :n OO li| ..ding in : %  I .• I rumbled / Spaii Fi n hi i int.. I during %  it thi • red and ol war. Thi .. keen %  '. ill, si • l It maj <>n the r t>. leal SI • in D M Her couy ol A • SQUEEZE PLAY FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE COUNTER them by the Jewish National Fund, The settlement is surrounded by a high wooden stockade, a watch tower in the center with ,. search light and a megaphone. The head of the colony tells her that Showei Zion was a lucky colony—none of her men killed or wounded. SI i Roe t< Maali Hahamishah (The Hill of Five), a colony which, unlike Showei Zion. had been so lucky Five of its young men wen shot by Arabs %  l< aning the land. The : her visit was the anniver>f their nd to honor tinj f trei as to i on the hill. Mrs Lindsreport of the i norativi cei rt a thi itself, but is poignant the I • ipirit of I 1 und the are the parent No crying; ai ilony •and at attentil white turbai • 1 and i-d Arab, rifle in hand. : ••• r in Hebn w and the ceremoi and girls, dressed alike in i • up ti. and rig the newlj lings Shal %  .' inti i views Ara terroi Zion. I Bril 0 the ten irks, 'I Ief1 the terrorist with a gust at his unrealisall and ranki nd." T ir of ii tine, "1 still eless Ji Arabia J ol li Wini of Judea. II Night Squ I ti feed J. i young mi n whose dutv it wa l against the She I ng.ii ? ere *1 %  r atii r, ... ah Zion: -' l presei ting diff. | shades of Zionist thought; she drank f(>r leign journalists and talkid about Palestine i complii ati d prol % % % %  L n ; l j m iki n I to where her iyn !„ ng Lindsley r< marks, "1 had Pa estine with no pn position either for the Arab or But, when I Palestine, thi VI rv ., ,„ t ,,; land had drawn rue to the Ji w i-h '•ous.i taw the work of ipirltual and material reconstruction Which had redeemed the toil ol Palestine from age-long desolation." may add to the sensational nature of the story: Weizm and Churchill had a long conference before the British lecT went to Cairo Marshal Jan Smuts participated in this versation Smuts, you must remember, is now Vice Pmier of Britain and a staunch supporter of Jewish as tions in Palestine But don't get us wrong The Vh* Paper has not been repealed, and pressure, public pressu is needed now more than ever. BIRTHDAY PARTY .... Last week, in a large and artistically furnished New Yti apartment overlooking the Hudson, a moving scene took place About nine o'clock in the evening there gathered in the home of Meyer and Shirley Weisgal, fifty Zionist lead ers Among them were Stephen S. Wise, Abba Hillel Silver and Nahum Goldman They had assembled to honor Louis Lipsky on his 67th birthday Harry Sherman, head of the Book-of-the-Month Club and a life-long friend of Lipsky't, also was there, and announced to the celebrant (to whom the party was a complete surprise) that his friends had arranged to establish a Louis Lipsky chair in the Hebrew University at Jerusalem On this unusual evening—sndt particularly delightful by the famed Weisgal hospitality (cad the liquor was fine, we would have you know)—all the old friends of the Zionist dean felt that real Zionist unity had bees reestablished P. S.: The Chair at the University costs S75.000 Sherman himself contributed SI0.000, and we're told that money is pouring in unsolicited The S75.000 will be reached soon ... So if you want to be in on it, send your check to Meyer Weisgal for the Louis Lipsky Chair. JEWISH NEWS .... We still don't understand why some top-notch Zionist leaders are opposed to the resolution sponsored in Congiesi by the Emergency Conference to Save European Jewry ... The resolution calls for a special government commission to look into the status of Jewish refugees in Europe Even | the Zionists don't like some of the leaders of the Emergency Conference, it seems to us that it's bad policy to fight a meo> ure that can only alleviate the plight of European Jewry... Louis Rittenberg, who has just been appointed Editor-in-Chia of the magazine Liberal Judaism, was perhaps the hiii American Jew to combat European Fascism seriously Twenty-five years he organized a national campaign here against the Fascist regime of Admiral Nicholas Horthy in Hungary Congratulations to Louis on his new and important task. SHOW FOLKS .... Rupert Caplan, erstwhile actor of the original Provincetown Players, is now the production head of the Canadian Broadcasting Company As top executive, he decides on all programs Luise Rainer is about to leave on a tour oi U. S. Army camps abroad, we hear Eddie Cantor is making his next film a regular family affair Not only will Eddie write and direct the picture himself, but two of his daughters will appear in it, and his son-in-law will be his agent Screen Star John Garfield would like to do a film based on the life and exploits of Barney Ross, with particular emphasis on the boxer's war record—but so far his studio hasn't seen fit to plan such a picture Producer Max Gordon, who has been cleaning up on Broadway for quite some seasons now, likes to recall the days when his father, a sweatshop worker, used to say to him: "I hope I live to see the day when you'll be making Sll a week." ABOUT PEOPLE .... Lillie Schultz, for many years the Executive Secretary ol the American Jewish Congress, has quit She may jofl the UNRRA staff ... The Joe Richards whose painting was one of the prize-winners at the Washington exhibit of seventynine works of art by United Nations Merchant seamen is a son of Bernard G. Richards, dean of English-Jewish journalists •, • M. Ben-Ami and Dr. A. Hadani, two of the Palestinian leaders of the Committee for a Jewish army in this country, are serving as volunteers in the American army Both were inducted recently, and should make A-l soldiers ... The two sons of Edmond Fleg, the distinguished French Jewish man ot letters, have been killed in the war One, a captain in French army, died in an airplane accident, and the otne lost his life while fighting for the French underground %  %  %  Champion nurse's aide in these parts is Mrs. David C. <-><> enberg of New York, who gave over four thousand hours o volunteer service in two years We've just heard that n so long ago Andre Spire, the 75-year-old French Jewish p<^ while in hiding in a village before he managed to escape from Nazi-occupied France, married a young ^ tenc ^ W ( m Zc He is still writing poetry ... In Yehudi Menuhin's CaliW garden is a little plot of earth that the violinist brought w him on his return from his recent concert tour in Army ca P abroad The earth comes from a London park, ana dug up by Menuhin himself, with the approval of the i authorities—because the spot it came from was the %  %  where Mrs. Menuhin had stood when he asked her to m him. FOR CHANUKA GIFTS—GIVE WAR STAMPS AND BONDS



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PAGE EIGHT +JewisiincridRr> FRIDAY. DECEMBER I NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER Irving Davidson a Riot My good friend. Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national head of the Hillel Foundations at the various colleges in the country, has often stated that the Jewish hu.nor is perhaps the keenest of all peoples. His opinion was proven conclusively—beyond the shadow of all reasonable doubt—by Irving Davidson last Sunday night at the "Y." Mr. Davidson's hobby is the study of Jewish wit and humor, just as your hobby might be fishing, swimming or stamp Collecting. We had a capacity audience who let out with continuous and uproarious laughter for two solid hours. Mr. Davidson had to quit speaking in order to i ase tin pain oi the people suffered from such strenuous laughter. One of the jokes he which I particularly enjoyed is the "ii' about the little Jewi i nt to the toy department in a store Santa Clau what he wanted for Christmas and he answered thai he did nol want anything. When Claus asked him wheth< in Christmas gifts, he • No I I elieve in Chanukah s. i !:•.. i Claus th< n li V (ill head, and said in a wl "a ge/unt in W< cultui rman. D 'A' liner, i mI pi % %  ai I Jai %  Next Cultural Event Or al ; t the "Y." S %  %  %  .' %  S • ist. All i ated rare 1 ntallj • Edwii Clai University of Miami will act as Narrator at this concert. Annual Bazaar Planned Bill Singer, chairman of the Bazaar Committee, announces that the annual bazaar of the YMHA will be held on Saturday night. Sunday and Monday (Jan. 15. 16 and 17, 1943). Bills committee is planning the largest affair the "Y" has ever undertaken, Please watch this column for further details. Home Camp Reunion Miss Miriam Levine. Girls" Activities Director, is now making plans for a splendid Chanukah celebration in the form of a Home Camp Reunion, to be held on Sunday afternoon. Dec. 36. More is will appear in this column later. Incidentally, I informed you last week oi the announcement by Marx Peinberg, chairman oi Youth Activities Commit i i irtment '•"•' appoint Miss Minsked hnn am Levine as Director of Girls' • i fai ed to 'oil you .: the splendid background young lady, N Y U for two ttei ded Si minary %  11 selor for four In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami area are as follows WW i 1 .., i u-rr %  i '-' %  % % % %  > %  > % % %  %  | Beth David—Late Friday eVJ ning services at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services and Cantor Louis Hayman and choir will officiate. Mr. Aaron B. Tart. Executive VicePresident of the American OH Federation, will bi • guest speaker. His topic for discussion will he -The .!. -A in .P< il wai World A ur will follow the servici • Satui %  •%  > %  • :norning at 10:30. Jut'.B4 I-. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Bv PAUL WETTZMAN for as %  I.. V •ugh HEBREW INSTRUCTOR Experienced Teacher Available for Private Lessons and T..tr,rmg, REASONABLE RATES PHONE 9-7295 Jew i -!i Theologifor two \ %  I lamp CounHead : for one year; was club leader and craft instructor at the Juvenile Hou 92nd S V" and Br • x YH&WHA at Hunts • w a craft instructor at an Island Ann R Nurse's rked as Bi tin' Ni -.'. i Wil %  %  %  %  I yards Del will be l %  i \ < Wl s %  at t 1 that 1 r the teams 1 %  %  rtd the Coast Guard : • : [hi • igue. Beth Jacob — Services Fi [evening at <> o'clock. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Jui n will meet in Community Building und of Abraham Safra During the adult Sabbat rvice Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on "Our Refugee Children." Cantor Maunee Mamcnes will chant the melodies. Sholi los services at > p m. All servici welcome At H p, m a "Ycsluva Melaveh Malke B will be held. Friday evening at 8 p, n ing lecture i Night Forums will be held. Rabbi MeschelofI will speak on "1 a Book." I rttoi Maurice Mamches will had in the communal singing. Miami Beach .1 Community CenterKabala Sha ii p m. I.ate Friday evening servici s at ,'i:15 p. m Rabbi Lehri .,k on "The BookE i rnai Wi apon f the J Reception In patio will follow. m Rabbi I %  will i'i "Awi Ihi Daw n." Junior c a m. At 4 30 p III B the d lion ol MorG 6 p. i SI Mi ai i man Luna Fri• l p m. I Uahiii A. % %  I bi the guest sp< aki ; II. ti pic will be 'Spii i'.ii.,i Balani i Saturday n at 0 a m Bai Mitzvah ot s Rabbi April will thi Bai Mi'. I • invited Refi meni bi j thi parAt l 45 p. m Bibli • Minchah st rvii • Shol Tempi Israi Dr, Jacob K Ian will i K gular Frii ing ei i at 8:15 p H is top is Attitu Lif( Re•. >n Will f( low tl WEvery Week Day Night 8 p. m. DOG RACING Bi tl Sholon C< ntei S I he luled foi Fi i nin> e guest speaker will be Pvt Chaim I E rog. who will speak on the subject •'The Ji Lo k at Pt ace, Prayi r and Patriot Pvt Essrog was in Palestine and studied at iva College of Palestine, Harvard and Columbia urn• He i ict upii : everal pulpits in Ni A England. Cant ."•. %  • Fi Iman wi chant th portion of the •••nd Ii ad m the congregational singing The sisternooi will acl tesses foi thi socia 1 ing the ervi %  Saturday morning sen ii i 9 a m. Junior congregal i si rvii es w ill i„ held at 11 a m with Cantoi A i hi Fi Iman condu A Kiddush will be ren by the sisti i Sholem Lodge No. 1024. B'nai B'rith. will hold its next regular meeting on Tuesday. Dec. 14, 1943, at 8 19 p. m. at the YM&WHA of Miami Beach. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla. Election of officers will take place with the following candidates in the field: For President—Milton A. Friedman. Sol S. Goldstrom. For First Vice-President—Harold Turk. For Second Vice-President — Nat Roth, Dr. Herman Myers. For Recording Secretary—Sam Silver. For Financial Secretary—Alex S. t • %  Nat Blumberg. For TreasurerSam B. Miller. For As.-t. Monitor—Maurice Crop i : For Guardian — Ernest SussFor Trustees — Isidore Goldstein, Carl Weinkle, Benjamin Levine, Jack August Ladies' Auxiliary Meeting The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet at thi tune and place and will also hold election ol officers. The following are candidates who will be voted on al this meeting: I'. Mrs. 8. II Mill. I. v %  '. MIKon r >. • \ — M II,-. I'orn %  • Ml M .i i %  ••! nihy \\ III.on \ Kd< man. Harold Purk. Ml Mi Sal I Hum Ii,, VURIlHl M I %  • ;l 11. K .i \ %  %  MM la. I >i %  • .' i I I %  Mrs. II ';. • • IN. M • Max i inlilinan, M • lug. M K Lou Heiman Class The 25th Anmvi rsi ry MemberDrive Committee is hard at work to reach their objective ol 12r>i new members by the end of The memCM rs obtained during this drive will be mitiati d as the "Lou Heiman Cla i honoring thi pi i sidi rrt < i Sholem I.Olil Samui 1 Blank and Carl Wi i kle are general chairmen and then will in ten teams of ten membt i • ach, each team undi r tl i direction ol i Ii tignated captain The captain and teams an ai follows: i: R i i l i W .i I ... in, i !: W • nkle s.i m lllank, Lea *h.o i Mu 11. < \ • \ S I %  .'.. I ., ; %  11 i ( H Itayvls. Max Mil 1'iwph Hi • I %  %  • %  • KiiMiman Ti. a. I • %  i |i Mi i Wil ai SI \I I Kopelowltl N.I i III I). C. Willfor REST CONVALESCENCE ...I.ICHRONICCASES -RayPark Health Resort j imoionoo'iii %  MIAHI -w rLActm.. jo-coor rioaiOA 10 RACES NIGHTLY Daily Double 2nd & 3rd Races HURDLE RACE FEATURE • • • Mannie Gates' Orchestra UJEJT FLflCLER KEIMEL CLUB \l/inlox_ at 37tk. ChrfJewish Orthodox—Miami JewOrthi dox Congregation servscheduled for Friday 6'13 p. m and Saturday 9 a. m. and 5 p m Rabbi Jacob E Rai ky will speak during the morning services on the subnet of "Jacob ami Laban" and Saturday afternoon he will speak on the suject of "Dust Clouds" Sholosh Seudos is scheduled for Sat urday r la p. m. A program of Zmiros and Hebrew songs is prepared for the occasion. D services are scheduled for 8:30 a. m. and 5:45 p. m. The Mishnah group meets daily at 5:45 and Shulan Oruch group meets daily at 6:30. The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices — DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldq.. Suits 301 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES mi, George Kloni-. I..,, \, u ,.„ pat-ar Arafnur. Max j i, „, ii"^"' inn \\ alnar, A Peppei t,,,.. %  berc. Nathin Alaxinder S.OI1 it MIII.T, Capuin; I>,I,I., Gm ii-in. ix.uis Halman. Morrla •;.. Many .a,M..„, Phillip Wall OaUua, Max Qoklman, Del Kreehlina, Dr, Kuii WelllKh Harold Turk, Captain; i., u w,, t Mia,,. Barnard s r>lner, William i K. ii. r. laldor Ootdattln, Sii.. %  %  •rn .oi. Harry 1 Mama. ,;,..,. ,. Ja.k A.iKiiMl, Ah in CMI II Milton KM Him. Capuin Ui i..in. i. M.o x Palnbera s Willian, iMi.-.lman. Nathai IMV.M.I Friedman, AI... .332SJ' \ Albert Qraen. Joseph J i:.,, %  < ;u Trau. Captain; Jos, pn j i ton, Maxwell Hyman. Alfred i-'.in, Dr, iii-ntaniiii Landau, Ed I Uandell, Dr. .i A TU Miller. David Phillip*, Irwli N.I It'.ih Captain; Bamuel Traurhr A Kronenfeld, Abe \ Hat del, Di Alexander Kui /...ika. i>r Prank Poret, i... 11, i man slnfi. n Qeorae Bertman, Captain; u, Ri rgman, Alexand< r I'.n hai %  iSlller, II. i nan Popkln, .;. Matiti. Rllverateln, I w i Weinkh t Idore Lament r, i %  Hafni t an i..\ h 'aptaln ;.. /., enti lanai Roaenaarten, • %  Meyers, l.. on K iplan, M liavld lllank. I'.iiiil llri.ut Isidore fnhen Dr. Brandt to Address Ladies' Auxiliary Dr. Arthur Brandt, formerly tn attorney m Germany, uled to address the mi of the Ladies' Auxiliai ing meeting next 'It.. Dr. Brandt, in his experien an attorney in German] opportunity to ci Adolph Hitler. It is antii that the observations i I Dr. Brandt will be ol extren to his audience. B'nai B'rith to Name Second Bomber The second bomber pun a,i result of the War B will be named by a joint i mittee from Sholem Lodgi and the Ladies' Auxiliary 11 mittee Will meet 111 jo|! it after the next meeting ot tl live groups. The con.mittee %  kmg suggestions for a i appropriate to identify i: of its origin and which will be an inspiration to its en B'nai B'rith Office Moved The office of B'nai B'rith has transferred from 650 >•• %  bold Building to Room i "1 I Building. Miami 'I phone number la 8-63 I ame as the A. D. L. offici i All inquiries in connection with B'nai B'rith matters si directed to the office. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1Stt N. W. 7th 8t. Ph. 8-7301 Best care for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people S25 WEEKLY UP BBBssai Large Beautiful Ground% %  I. M. ROSENTHAL M.D. Has Reopened His Of'cr* at 420 LINCOLN ROAD Suite 307 Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg For Appointment Phone 5-2232 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beit Because Biggest But— Biggest Because Best Mada From Fr^ah Oranges GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE FUNERAL HOME PHONE JW431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION



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WITH LOCAL BOYS L GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Of The Jewish Wellare Board Private Lloyd Gardner is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon W Gardner on Miami Beach. r^ r-K r* SERVICE A COMMUNITY PROJECT Help Ui Keep a Record of Our Men in Service PARADE! J56dEtf%5Stt W&3SSS& C ITY of AZT and active members of AWARDED SILVER STAR the Youth Group at the Y, are in town on furlough. The following letter was reeeived this week by the father of Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle. P avo Kronberg, local boy, now Miami Beach, have two sons in m tn(> Armed Forces. It announcthe armed forces. Stanley is pri


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Face Facts • By Alexander F. Miller Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League The problems of intolerance and bigotry have perplexed the world's best minds for thousands of years. To claim that there is a sure cure for the evil of antiSemitism, whether it be through the medium of radio propaganda or by the passage of legislation in Congress, is not only folly but is also dangerous because it is delusive. Here at ADL we feel that our broad positive educational program, which embraces the entire field of public relations, has and will accomplish much to ameliorate tensions in the community. Working quietly, and without fanfare, we have brought home to a large segment of the population the realization that any attack on a minority group is an attack on Democracy and is in its essence un-American. To achieve success, our program must be supplemented by unity in the Jewish community. Each individual must realize his sense of responsibility to the group as a whole and must be cognizant that if his actions breed hate or distrust, there is a transference of these same feelings to all. He who would divide us by undermining our organizations, by setting us against each other, whether he be Jew or non-Jew. is hewing dangerously close to Hitler's line of "divide and conquer." INFLUENTIAL CANADA PAPER ASKS ADMISSION OF EUROPE REFUGEES Toronto (JTA). — The influential Toronto Star, replying this week to a statement issued by the Canadian Corps, a veterans group, objecting to the admission into Canada of refugees from Europe, stated that "Canada has room for refugees The fear of overpopulation is not one that Washington (JTA). — Terming need be entertained in a country the resolution for a commission with the natural resources that to rescue the Jews of Europe Canada possesses." "inadequate," Dr. Stephen S. There has been much agitation w > s( this week railed for an against immigration to Canada by amendment to keep open the various anti-Semitic and prodoors of Palestine as the "simplest Fascist groups here as a result of wa y ()f helping the Jews of Eu:i petition which is being circuippv." Dr. Wise told the House RESOLUTION FOR JEK IIIDEOUIK Behaeen. y#u and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1943, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc. PALESTINE OFFICIAL IS NOW IN GREAT BRITAIN London (JTA). — Edwin Samuel. Chief Censor of the Palestine Government, has arrived in London on official business, it was learned this week. Mr. Samuel is a son of Viscount Samuel, first High Commissioner for Palestine. Chanuka Gifts—War Bonds. Danzig's %  {& Engagement RINGS S.i Pure White Diamond In a Clastic Setting Priced From 27.50 to 175.00 Pint Tat Large Selection of Jewelry OH 00B I.AY-AWAV TLA* FOR CHRISTMAS FOR Pecans Oranges Grapefruit Tangerines SEE Joe Zalis 1260 N. W. 22nd St. PHONE 2-9420 RES. PHONE 7-4930 lated throughout the Dominion, requesting the government to freely admit refugees from occupied Europe. The action of the authorities in announcing that they would permit refugees in Spain and Portugal to enter has also been a target for criticism in some quarters. FEDERATION 1 LASHES Foreign Affairs Committee that he was not discussing the establishment of a Jewish commonwealth, but that the failure to mention Palestine as a haven mi ant that the resolution did not "touch the heart of the problem." He charged that the Emergency Committee to Save the Jews of Europe has been using newspaper advertisements to misrepresent the bill as a proposal to open Palestine to immigration. "I know of no divergencies among Jews with respect to this resolution," he testified. He added that Jewish groups have been working together for several years on the problem of rescuing their coreligionists. Asked by Rep. Charles A. Eaton. New Jersey (Hep.) about the propriety of a committee of the House serving notice on the British Parliament as to what action they should take." Dr. Wise said thai "morally and spiritually" tinUnited States shared Britain's mandate over Palestine. "We can suggest that the doors of Palestine be kept open because we are friends," he said. Ort Federation Director Visits Miami Aaron Tart, Executive Director of the American ORT Federation, lias been a visitor in Miami during the past week. He appeared before the Budget Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in behalf of his organization's request for a grant from the 1944 Federation Campaign. On Dec. 7. 1943, he was tendered a luncheon at the El Comodoro Hotel by Jacob Sher. 1944 Campaign Chairman. The luncheon was attended by many of the Campaign Officers already selected for the forthcoming campaign. Robert Herman to Visit Miami Zurich (JTA)—The first transThe Field Director of the United ports of Jews deported from NaziJewish Appeal, Robert Herman, held Italy crossed the German will be in Miami for several days frontier, according to a reliable beginning Dec. 13. On that day report received here. The report he will consult with Federation's said that all Jews up to the age Budget Committee regarding the of 75 are being rounded up for UJA's participation in Federadeportation to the Reich, tions 1944 Campaign. The same The Nazi Transocean News day Mr. Herman will meet with Agency reports that German poCampaign officers at a luncheon lice have raided many houses on at the El Comodoro, when Jacob Sher, 1944 Campaign Chairman. will be host. DEPORTEE TRANSPORTS CROSS NAZI FRONTIER LAVAL MILITIA SAID TO BE MURDERING JEWS Bern (JTA).—Several Jews have been shot in the town of Annecy as a result of the reign of terror instituted by the Laval militia, according to a report appearing in the newspaper La Suisse. At the same time the Paris radio reported that a 21-year-old Jewish youth named Fried was executed in Lyon this week by the Swiss-Italian border in an attempt to seize Jews fleeing into Switzerland. Many persons have been arrested in the town of Como and neighboring villages on charges of assisting Jews and war prisoners to flee into Switzerland. PIONEER WOMEN RAISE BIG SUM OF MONEY DURING 1943 The Pioneer Women's Organization raised $450,000 during the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1942 and ending September 30-h. 1943 for Palestine funds and American institutions, it was reported at a special conference of the "German occupation authorfPioneer Women's delegates from ties for alleged participation in various parts of the country held terrorist activties. The broadin conjunction with the 20th nacaster said that the "gang" of tional convention of the National which Fried was a member had Labor Committee for Palestine attempted to raid a government on Saturday afternoon. Novemoffice and seize a quantity of raber 27th i n New York. tion cards. London Arms Hotel 727 COLLINS AVENUE Now Open to the Public Under Personal Management D. ROSNER Formerly Hotel Astor DINING ROOM —NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC Dietary Laws Strictly Observed PHONE 58-1174 Leonard B. Kaufman 1048 Central Avenue FenRockaway, N. Y. former real estate salesman, age 60, left for Miami in October with two sisters. Religious person and was in poor health. Anyone having seen or heard of him or having information about him please communicate immediately with J. W.. co Floridian. P. O. Box 2973. Miami 18. Fla. It is very urgent that he be contacted. DRINK PLENTY OF Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME 5CALL0N BOTTLE 6 0c CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 1 5c < Plus Bott't Deposit PHONE 2-4128 POST-WAR PROTECTS .... Thirty projects for the post-war Jewish immigration and settlement are now in the hands of the officers of the InterGovernmental Committee for the Settlement of Jewish and other refugees from Europe Only a few of them are being taken seriously Some argue that even these few may lose their value for Jews These skeptics believe that there will hardly be any Jewish emigration from Europe after the war They point to the fact that few Jews have ever emigrated from Hungary where there are now about a million Jewish inhabintants Similarly, Jewish emigration was always meager from Rumania and will be even more so after the war, when the Jews of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina will remain under Russia ... No one doubts that there will be no Jewish emigration from Czechoslovakia, the low countries, the Scandinavian countries and France ... As to the Jews of Poland, who have suffered most in the war, many of the 300,000 who are believed to be still alive are in the part of Poland claimed by Russia The remainder may figure out that under a democratic regime which will prevail in a liberated Poland, it would pay them to remain on the spot and start their life all over again in their native country rather than to emigrate to distant and little-developed parts of the world The number of Jews who may be ready to emigrate from post-war Europe will especially decrease when the UNRRA starts its relief and rehabilitation work in the liberated countries There will, naturally, be some Jews in the devastated parts of Europe who will be anxious to emigrate in order to forget the scenes of horror which they have witnessed But these will probably go to Palestine and not to any remote countries where there has been no Jewish settlement before ... In this connection it is worthwhile to note the mysterious billion-dollar plan of which Emanuel Neuman spoke—without disclosing any details—at the convention of the Junior Hadassah This plan, which may change the map of Palestine, is now being worked out by expert engineers in a New York office located in the very center of the city ... It may play a very important role at the forthcoming peace talks. POST-WAR EMPLOYMENT .... Jewish organizations in America interested in occupational problems are at present busy mapping out plans for post-war employment for Jews ... It is taken for granted that right after the war, during the transition period, unemployment will be great among Jews This will affect not only Jewish workers in war industries which will be liquidated, but also demobilized Jewish soldiers Racial discrimination in employment, it is assumed, will not be wiped out after the war in those offices and industries which practiced it before the war Thus Jewish groups are now engaged in studying the possibilities of retaining Jewish workers and employees in the positions which they hold, as well as in the prospects of finding new professions for others Many Jews, during the war, have specialized in various phases of industrial work, while others serving in the army and in the air forces have acquired technical training For these, new fields of work may be opened after the war Others will have to be adjusted to new professions and directed to jobs through Jewish communal employment offices Special difficulties are foreseen with regard to the Jewish women who will be discharged from their present positions in the war industries And no easy task for Jewish commmunities will be the organization of aid to Jewish workers who will have to migrate from one place to another as a result of losing their jobs in war factories JEWS AT LARGE .... Glimpses of Jews in the United States, Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia are given by Dr. Stephen Duggan, Director of the Institute of International Education, in his book "A Professor at Large" just published by MacMillan The author, who had a most distinguished career in the held of foreign affairs, finds that "the power of keen analysis which characterizes the Jewish mind was applied with devastating effect" to outworn American beliefs and institutions in the fields of politics and economics in the years following the heavy Jewish immigration of 1890 .. He tells how during his visit to Germany in 1934 some of his friends there expressed disgust concerning the persecution of the Jews Two years later he found the disgust less pronounced ... In 1938 he was made to feel that the subject was one which his friends in Germany did not want to discuss ... As to Soviet Russia, Dr. Duggan tells of his conversations in Moscow with a Soviet official whom he asked whether the Soviet regime was dominated by Jews as some persons in America believe The official laughed the idea to scorn ... He explained that the notion in America about "Jews dominating Russia" probably comes from the fact that many American business men, who came to Moscow with the hope of exploiting the Soviet Union, had to discuss business questions with Soviet Jews who know how to meet them on their own ground because they are good businessmen Hence these Americans returned home and told people that "the Soviet Revolution was a Jewish affair ... The official convincingly assured Professor Duggan that the Jews are not in control of Russia and that the Soviet Government would not hesitate to liquidate any of them if it found them engaging in wrong practices ... On the other hand. Professor Duggan found that Soviet Russia knows no racial distinction and has given the Jews their first opportunity in Russian history to show their constructive capacity ... Dr. Duaaan's book is full of interesting observations on international politics, including the role of the United States in the post-war world.