The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00790

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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1944
PRICE 10 CENTS
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Campaiun heads and officers
o( ,.. i Miami Jewish
federation tins week are plan-
ning ;. gala dinner-dance with
Xch I Federation'; 1944
,,, Appeal for $189,095.
Idese offi< iala feel certain that
the cam: i ii will go over the
quota an I have made arrang-
menl.-; for the celebration party
for tin' nighl of Sunday. April
16th.
71,. evi :' will he an invita-
tional affair for campaign work-
ers ):, a and husbands
only. The entire COfl of the af-
fair will 1 e paid by campaign
officers and nn mbers of Feder-
ation's Executive Committee. In-
vitation tile dinner-dance,
which will be held in the Wof-
ford Hotel. Miami Beach, will be
placed in the mails within the
next wi
In addition to the buffet din-
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II Hit MEET
ITS OFFICERS
Ham- Zukernick was re-elect-
ed Presidi of the YM & YMA
'if Miami Beach at its annual
meeting Sunday night at the
Ybuilunm Othi i officers elect-
ed win Vice Presidi nt.s Sam
Blank. David Phillips. Harry Sir-
kin.Carl Wi inkle, Recording Sec-
retary Geoi ,1 Bertman, Cor-
responding Secretary Paul Weitz-
man. Financial Secretary Mrs.
wnjai: Tn .. urei Ben-
win E B am ton. Directofs
iv R. Adler. Mor-
"s A1i' re Aronovitz, Dr.
* B. Cirlin, Jake Felt, Nathan
; Jo cph 11. Gardner, Sol
?. Ooldstrom, Leo llunerman,
W H. Hai koff, Sun Lachman.
Mrs. Hoses Krieger, Joseph Lip-
Sol 11 Lutsky, A.
Louis Mechlowitz, Alfred B. Ros-
wtom. Jo ih M. RoBe, Joseph
Kamlw,,. M,s. Caii Sussman,
Mrs. Milti.ii Sirkin, Mrs. Edward
weinstein
.Zukernick is the first president
" ln" ^ and is also Chairman of
"' Board of Directors and Past
Resident of the Civic League of
"'ami Beach, Ml.Ini.r of the
of the Miami Peach Jew-
l3h CtMer, (he Greater Miami
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JJANY RESERVATIONS
WADE AT HILLEL SEDER
bin h"'",rod reservations have
SJ ?'"'' for the annual Pass-
Hilloir r,"f ,ht' B'nai B'rith
m v ,r ;un,1'',1',:' al th*' Univer-
S' ""!" The seder will be
8 B-tth David Corf-
J"n-Q9E
at
8:00 p ni
Wceation
Rabb, M;ix
duct the
in
and th<
dents
Shapiro will con-
evices. Participating
?g Of the responses
'8ng will be the stu-
-r.,.::,.;;- university and the
benjamin LeVlne. chair-
ffsffii la*** committe* of
mchar! ,t V^S''ry C,rtincil are
"f arrangements.
^covai6
RUSSIAN WOMEN ARE
IN DANGEROUS JOBS
Moscow (JTA)Women in the
Red Army are performing the
dangerous assignments of sap-
pers, detecting thousands oi
mines concealed as "booby trap
in cities abandoned by the Ger-
mans. .
One of these women, a Jewisn
girl named Rava Kbzhevnikova,
20. has left a trail of her activi-1
ties In the word "demined writ-
ten on house walls in towns and
villages throughout White Rus-|
sia. the Jewish Anti-Fascist Com
mittee reports. She learned the
hazardous art of detecting m
in Stalingrad, where she made
1.900 mines harmless
No object looks innocent W
her. she explained, be it a book
or an easy chair, until she is re-
assured by her mine-detecting
apparatus that it is not s Ger-
man booby trap. A sapper can
make a mistake only once in his
life." she observed.
For VictoryBuy and keep on
buying bonds!
M. I. ELKS LODGE
Installation of the newly elect-
ed officers of the Miami Beach
F'ks I.odi'e. No. 1601 was held at
i-| 6:30 p. m.. Thurs-
day, April 6. at
the Elks home at
720 West Avenue.
Dan Roth be- J
came the new Ex- I
alted Kuier and I
resides with his
Wife at 1045 Mer-
idian Avenue. He
has been active in
the Elks Lodge
Other officers in-
clude: Esteemed Leading Knight,
Arthur Triestcr; Esteemed Loyal
Knight, James P. Wendler;
for 15 years
Esteemed Lecturing Knight. Ken-
neth Oka; Secretary. Joseph P.
Huckle; Treasurer. Morris G.
Warner; Tiler, Jack Simon and
Trustee for five years. Sol Gold-
strom.
Exalted Ruler Roth spoke oi
his program for the coming year.
He plans to continue entertain-
ment for servicemen. Officers'
dances, the War Bond campaign,
combat juvenile delinquency and
a rehabilitation program for the
Elks who are in the Services and
who will be returning.
Roth is a Petty Officer in the
Navy and is stationed at Miami.
He was formerly with the License
division of Miami Beach for
seven years.
Charles P. Oliver is the Retir-
ing Exalted Ruler. During the
last year of Mr. Oliver's term,
the Lodge paid off all its debts,
owns its home free and clear and
has contributed greatlv to the*
war effort in the Miami area.
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need
ELECT OFFICERS
The Greater Miami Zionist
District at a meeting held last
Monday evening elected officers
to head the organization for the
coming year.
Chosen to lead the group were:
President. Harry Simonhoff;
1st vice-president, Al Quadow;
2nd vice-president. Hyman Soo-
tin; secretary, Maurice Gross-
man, treasurer, Joseph M. Lip-
ton. The Executive Committee-
includes, besides the officers, Abe
Aronovitz as chairman and Isaac
Joffe, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Na-
than Adclman. Henry Seitlin.
Louis Heiman, Dr. Baer, Louis
Zeientz, Fred k. ShocheL Louis
Gordon, Isidor Langner, Isadore
n. Rabbi April, s. B. Miller.
Lou Margulies and Abe Garuies
Plans for the coming year were
outlined by the newly elected
president. Mr. Nathan Adelman
presided
HI JEWISH
EDUCATHIUIES
IEUIT OFFICERS
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, formerly the Jewish Educa-
tion Association elected officers
for the ensuing year at its reor-
ganization meeting last week. Mr.
Louis Heiman was reelected as
president and Mrs. Matilda Rat-
ner re-named treasurer. Mr. Har-
ry Sirkin was chosen as vice
presidenl and Mr Benjamin Mey-
cretary.
Mr. A. P. Gannes, executive
director of the Bureau announced
the formation of classes of Jew-
ish studies for adolescent boys
and girls from the ages of 14 to
18. These classes held on Mon-
day evenings from 7:30 to 9:30
are being sponsored in coopera-
tion with the Miami Y. M. &
Y. W H A. They will be held
in the Y clubroom, 1567 S. W.
5th Street. Courses of study will
take the forms of debates, forums
and symposia. The first session
will take place on the evening
of April 10 at 7:30 p. m. with
Mr. Gannes conducting. Other
planned courses, the director an-
nounced, will include a survey of
Jewish history from early times
to the present and a study of
modern Jewish problems.
Young people interested in
these classes are asked to be pres-
ent at the opening session.
CLERGY INSTITUTE TO
DISCUSS RELIGIONS
Hebrew and Christian religions
will be discussed at the Clergy
Institute to be held at the Miami
Woman's Club on Monday, April
17 First of its kind to be staged
here, the institute will be spon-
sored by the University of Miami
Hillel Foundation, sessions start-
ing at 10 a. m.
Speaker will be Dr. Abram
Leon Sachar, educator and pub-
licist. He is national director of
the Hillel Foundations and has
written extensively in the field
of Judaeo-Christian relations. Dr.
Sachar has conducted similar
clergy institutes in Rochester.
New York and Richmond.
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REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 15 REGISTER NOW! BOOKS OPEN DAILY AND EVENINGS AT THE CODRT HOUSE
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ORGANIZATION
ACTIVITIES
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SCHAAREI ZEDEK
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SERVICE LEAGUE
The Ladies Auxiliary of
Shaarei Zedek Congregation an-1
nounoe the date of their Coun- (
try Fair" as April 25, to beheld,
at the Biscayne Temple, 120 .
W. 15th Avenue.
Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz. chair-
man, announces that she and her
committee are working very hard
to make this affair outstanding.
The affair is for the benefit of
the Talmud Torah Fund. The
public is cordially invited and
there is no admission charge.
The Miami Service League held
a meeting on Monday evening.
April 3 at the Y. M. & Y. W. H.
A. Mrs. Murray Kovcn presided.
It was announced that there
would be no servicemen's dance
on Saturday evening. April 8 due
to the Passover Holiday. Dances
will be resumed on April 15.
Home hospitality for the Holiday
was reported to be very success-
ful. The next meeting will be a
joint meeting with the Victory
Belles on Monday evening, April
17 at the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.H.
SPINOZA FORUM

Dr. Z. I. Sabshin will review
I I. Singer's book "Family Kar-
nowsky" this Saturday afternoon,
3 p. m. at the Spinoza Forum
/ meeting under the canopy on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson. Miami Beach. Next
week Ramona Sawyer Barth will
review "They Shall Not Sleep,''
by Leland Stowe.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Pioneer Women's Organiz-
ation has announced the indef-
inite postponement of its Pass-
over Donor Dinner and Tea.
Originally scheduled for April 12.
lack of facilities make necessary
new plans. ____
Buy Stamps and Bonds.
M. B. JEWISH CENTER
Increasing weekly attendance
has marked a new series of edu-
cational study classes sponsored
by the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on Wednesday night of each
week. The Center Adult Insti-
tute chose for its theme of the
present course, "The History and
Philosophy of Zionism" taking
the form of half hour lectures.
Audience participation discussion
follows. Lecturers include Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Dr. M. A. Lip-
kind. Mr. Harry Simonhoff, Mr.
David Freedman and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman.
Next week's meeting will start
at 9 p. m. at the Center.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The annual election of offM
was held by the Sisterhood rf
We Israel at a luncheon
nutting. Those elected for the
ling year are: Mrs. gjg
Hvman, president Mrs.y*
Lewis, first vice J^^JSJ
S Lul v. second vice prestd eni,
Satorftaga
corresponding scc.eiar>. A irs-
Henry Kauftman. MMtUntcor
responding secretary; Mrs. rrank
Coret. treasurer; Mrs. M.B. K *>_
financial secretary-and Mrs.
man Wronker. auditor e trus
tees include Mrs J. D. EppStein,
Mrs. Jerome Freehung, Mrs. Jan
nette Jacobs Mrs. l*"rd J
stein. Mrs. B. G Landau. Mrs.
Max Orovitz. Mrs. Monte &
Mrs Louis Strauss. Mrs. Herman
V>,11. Mrs. M. J
U Lichtenstetter. Rabbi Jacob
Tarshish delivered an inspiring
and educational talk. Miss rloi-
encc Feldman rendered piano
selections. ... .
Installation of officers will be
held in May.
J. W. V. AUXILIARY
BETH JACOB
A. Z. A.
TOWER THEATRE
S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are.
OPEN AT 1:45 P. M.
Fri. April 7 Last Day
Gobs, Gals and Giggles!
//
"SAILORS
HOLIDAY
WITH
ARTHUR LAKE
JANE LAWRENCE
BOB HAYMES
Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M.
and Sun. Thru Wed.
April 8-12
The Humorous, Heart-
warming story ofynn All-
American Family!
"THE
SULLIVANS
WITH
THOMAS
MTCHELL
ANNE BAXTER
WARD BOND
TRUDY MARSHALL
On Sunday. April 16. Miami
Chapter, No. 322 in cooperation
1 with the Greater Miami A. Z. A.
1 and B'nai Brith girls will hold
1 a farewell meeting for Milton
Friedman. The program will start
1 at 8:30 p. m. at the Y. M. & Y. W.
H. A., at 1567 S. W. 5th Street.
There will be special entertain-
, ment. Chairmen ofthis event
; are Alephs Ben Pivoz and Her-
I bert Katz. Members and friends
I are invited.
Gartenberg & Schechter's
GEORGE WASHINGTON
HOTEL
Strictly Kosher Dining Room
Catering (o the General Public
hpecbtl MtontiMl ( Private v a
lions, Banquet*, Bin Mltsvaha.
\Vddlnx>
i!6 Washington \\- Mlnml liyaun
PHOME &-
Pallas Athena Restaurant
EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING
224 WEST FLAGLER STREET
OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M.
NATHAN GINSLURG'S l^fc^ki
TRUE FARM FOOD 11//O
., RESTAURANT I W0 W0
645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Dietary Laws Observed
SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY
2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS
Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From
1 P. M. 8 A. M.
OPEN EVERY DAY
The Sisterhood of Beth Jacob
congregation is sponsoring a Jew-
h motion picture. "The Cantor s
son? starring the Jewish singing
, f stage and screen. Mpishe
Oisher. The picture will be
shown at Beth Jacob Synagogue.
301 Washington Avenue Miami
Beach, on Sunday. April 9th. at
8 30 p. m. This picture is of a
very high calibre. Tickets are
fifty cents and may be purchased
at the door.
Tiif proceeds from this affair
will go towards a fund for paint-
ine and redecorating the Beth
Jacob Community building which
houses the Talmud Torah and re-
ligious school and work has al-
Btarted on this project.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JWJjTUtfBLT,im
j^visiTwaT^
The regular mt-etin^7~~~
Jewish War Veterans wfll u >
on Monday night. April if uS"
at 8 p.m. at the Beth DaVid a ^
tonum. vm Audi.
A discussion of cum>
est will be conductSaT?^
Table conference with v.^
Sullivan. Rev. Jam and R&
Shapiro participating TnJtabb>
rator will be Eustis" L ah"*'
famous author and lector?,Tf-
ected as the subject is "Ri Sel"
After This War." ""H*
pubte.meeung *open *.
WORKERS^ ALLIANCE
The Freda Markowitz Ladies'
Auxiliary gave a Welcome Tea
for wives, mothers and sisters oi
servicemen, at Beth David.
Thursday afternoon, under di-
rection of Minnie Kline, presi-
dent.
Capt. J. W. Davis of the Ameri-
can Red Cross exhibited some
March of Time talkn afti I
which Rav Marks assisted in col-
lecting $26, which was turned
in towards the Red Cross Drive.
Members filled out forms ex-
tending home hospitality for the
Passover holidays for Jewish men
in the armed forces.
In addition, the ladies will give
the convalescent boys in the n
itary hospitals a Passover treat
Certificates were distril Uted to
members to be sent ihi ir i
tives in the service, showing that
they have been honored through
the purchase of an additional
$100 bond in the recent "Buy a
bond for a boy" drivi
Mrs. Herman Slepian was ap-
pointed publicity chairman and
Mrs. Hannah Bronstein accepted
the secretaryship. Mrs S.
Augustine was named conduc-
tress.
New members admitted in-
clude Mrs. Hugo Block. Mrs. Sam
Solodar and Mrs. Hannah Bron-
stein, Mrs. Ida Shankman.
Mr.- Hugo Block, Mrs Ida Co-
hen and Mrs. Sarah Augustine
were in charge of serving re-
freshments.
Due to the Passover Holiday,
Friday Review regularly
. duled for April 14. will be
held instead on Tuesday. April
11. at 10:30 a. m. at the Y.M.H.A.
building. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Subscribers and patrons
who attend regularly are asked
to please note the hour has been
changed to 10.30 in the morning.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. reviewer
for the series, will present a dra-
matic condensation of the Liter-
ary Guild selection for March, a
el entitled "Liberty Street"
by I. V. Morris.
This is the tenth in a series of
reviews of outstanding fiction and
non-fiction sponsored by the Wo-
men's Division. American Jewish
Congress, as an educational proj-
I and for the benefit of the War
Activities fund.
The fourth annual Third SetoT
sponsored by the Bialik 2
of the Jewish National wES
Alliance, will be conducted\
the Jewish Community Cent.V
1415 Euclid avenue. Miami rW '
Monday April 10. 1944, 6:30 pi
A Kosher Passover fish sup.
per with wine will be sttJa
The traditional Hagada. rnoderj
lzed in the spirit of present fa
events, dramatically recited b?
a group of Bialik Branch nj
bers. will be the main faZ
of the celebration.
A special program of muao;
Passover entertainment, headed
by an international artist Sin
Osnath Halevi of Palestine and
Cantor A. Friedman of the Beth
Sholom Center has been ar-
ranged. Miss Anyuta Mebcor
will assist at the piano.
No appeals for contribution
will be made and the proceeds
will assist the refugees in Pala-
tine.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
Mow* tctlteti
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flaglei St.. Miami
y
COMPLIMENTS
OF
Biscoyne JAI-ALAI Fronton
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N A S H S
La FAYETTE
HOTEL
'44 Cnl'lni Ave., Miami Rpa-r
OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN
EVERY ROOM WITH PRIVATE
BATH AND TELEPHONE
ElevatorSolarium
Entertainment
All Modern Convenience*
Reasonable Ratei
PHONE 5-U37
For A Pleaiant ETening .
Visit
CASABLANCA
DINE AND DANCE
in a True Moroccan
Atmosphere
COCKTAILS
MIDNITE SUPPERS
225 N. E. 70th Street
JOHN HAPSAS. Manager
PHONE 7-9343
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
AMERICAN BREWING CO.
DRINK REGAL BEER
Prince of Golden Been
MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 3-2191
THOUSANDS ARE SWITCHING
TO BREWRY- FRESH REGAL
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
*
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Congrwa Building Phone 9-1*8
MIAMI. FLORIDA
MUSA ISLE
INDIAN VILLAGE
1700 N. W. 25th Arenue
Alligator Wrestling. Alligator
Farm, Museum, Wlahlns;
Well. Curio Shop
Take Bua No. 15 or Yacht
Somlnole Queen
RTVERMONT PABl
SANITARIUM
<*m n w. rth at
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PAGE THREE
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SOCIAL ITEMS AND
PERSONALS
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Mr and Mrs. Joe Zalis are now
redding their new home. 1668
S w 14th Terrace. Miami.
Mrs E-ry Stone is sPendinR
some time visiting friends and
relatives, ____
Mr 1 L Mintzer is convalesc-,
in*- at the Jackson Memorial fol-
lowing an appendectomy last
Sunday ______
Mis Jack Land and son Allen
(1f Baltimore. Maryland are
Spending several weeks with Mrs.
lands parents, Mr. and Mrs.
hZv Miller. 160 S. E. 14th
Street, Miami. Mrs. Land di-
rects the entertainment activities
of B'nai B'rith Women's organ-
isations in Baltimore. She also
Jakes charge of the USO Canteen
(here Mrs. Land is a singer of
note and during her stay here,
has made Rucst appearances for
ihe Council of Jewish Women
and at the Nautilus. Biltmore and
Pancoast military hospitals
when1 she entertained the sol-
diers
BRIS
_ The Brith Milah of the son of
Cpl. and Mrs. IrvinR Goldman
1500 S. W. 16th Avenue took
place Sunday at the Jackson
Memorial hospital. Rabbi S M
Machtei officiated.
For Better Health Viiit the
Miami Health Institute
A Modern Institution
Dedicated To Health
Specializing in Rehabilitation
Utilizing Laboratory Testa, Diag-
nosis. R-dionic. Electric Therapy,
Spinii Treatment*. Scientific Nu-
trition, Manage. Colonlc Irriga-
tion, Phyno Therapy, Bio-Chemit-
try. Vitamin Therapy and other
efficient methods for the establish-
ment of vigorous and lasting
health. Special, exclusive equip-
ment for scientific reducing, Single
or course treatments. Appoint-
ments arranged by phoning 7-7896.
Or. G. F. Ehrline, Naturopathic
Physician. Director
7613-15-17 Biscayne Blvd.
Buy U S. Stamps and Bonds.
M. S. McGintv Seeking
The Office of Constable
Marshall S. McGinty, real estate-
dealer announced his candidacy
lor constable of the first Dade
district, subject to the Democratic
primary.
He has been a Dade resident
for the past 20 years, coming here-
with his parents from Atlanta.
Te is a former deptuy state
hotel commissioner, in charge of
northwest Dade county, resign-
ing the post several months ago
for war service. A graduate of
the Citizens' military training
camp at Fort McPherson, Ga.,
with top honors, he volunteered
for overseas duty shortly after
Pearl Harbor and served nine
months overseas with the U. S.
engineer's department.
"Chad Gadya," which is the
closing hymn of the Haggadah, is
written in the style of the popu-
lar nursery rhyme, "This is the
house that Jack built," and is de-
signed to retain the interest of
children in the Passover service.
Musicologists claim that the mel-
ody for "Chad Gadya" was bor-
rowed from a French folk tune.
A Flying Fortress is to be giv-
en th ; name "The Jewish Nation-
al Worker's Alliance" in honor
of the purchase of $400,000 worth
of War Bonds, is it announced
THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951
CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE
All Pastries Baked on the Premises
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS
Catering to Organisations. Parties, and Banquets
SERVICE ENGRAVING CO.
HERALD BUILDING CALL 3-2455
FOR PHOTO ENGRAVING
OF ALL KINDS
FOR THE ADVERTISER
PHOTO-ENGRAVING TELLS YOUR STORY
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Club Bali
Never a Cover Charge
DeLuxe Dinner 6 to 10 Nightly
Biscayne Boulevard at Eighth Street
IN WARTIME Your Boy and Girl Will Enjoy
SAFETY, HEALTH, and USEFUL ACTIVITIES at the
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FOR BOYS (separata camps) FOR GIRLS
HIGH IN THE POCONOS
Only 90 Mile* from New York and Philadelphia
Only 3 Vj Miles from a Main Railroad Station
Nearby Parent Accommodations
24th SEASON SAME OWNERSHIP-MANAGEMENT
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Communicate with the
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M
AY THIS PASSOVER
MARK THE START OF
A SPEEDY LIBERATION.
A. PAT CANNON
IS
USING ALL POWER
10 HID (ILL JEWRY
Chicago (JTA)The War Ref-
ugee Board is using all the power
and prestige of the United States
Government to save the victims
of Nazi persecution who can still
he rescued, John W. Pehle. the
Board"s executive director, told
600 Jewish leaders attending the
Mid-West Conference of the
Joint Distribution Committee at
the Hotel Stevens here. He said
the diplomatic, fiscal and mili-
tary agencies of the Government
as woll as the facilities of the j
Office of War Information. War'
Shipping Administration, and:
other agencies have been mar-
shaled for the job.
"The presi nt military situation
in the Balkans presents the
greatest challenge to the Board
in changing the attitude of the
enemy." Mr. Pehle declared.
"President Roosevelt's recent
warning to Germany and her sa-
tellites of the consequences of
further persecutions in their ter-
ritories, and the subsequent Brit-
ish endorsement of that warning
have provided heavy ammuni-
tion on the psychological warfare
front. Cooperating with the War
Refugee Board, the Office of War
Information and the British
Broadcasting Company have car-
ried and will continue to carry
that message in every language
to every land."
Mr. Pehle emphasized that the
Board was using all methods in
its rescue workformal and in-
formal, direct and indirect, con-
ventional and unconventional.
All of these methods, he said,
have as their goal the rescue of
human beings, particularly Jews,
from the barbarism of the
enemy.
Stressing the importance of
collaboration between the War
Refugee Board and private agen-
cies operating in the refugee
field, Mr. Pehle asserted that the
War Refugee Board offers new
opportunities for private philan-
thropies to operate. Such collab-
oration, he said, is "the best
method of obtaining quick results
in a desperate period.",
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
ZIONIST LEADERS
MOURN DEATH OF
London (JTA) Maj. Gen.
Orde Charles Wingate, leader of
an Imperial airborne Commando
force who was killed in an air-
plane crash in Burma, was
mourned here this week by Zion-
ist leaders who recalled his ac-
tivities in Palestine during the
1936 Arab disturbances.
Gen. Wingate, one of the most
colorful figures in modern war-
fare, taught the Jews in Pales-
tine guerilla tactics to counter-
act the Arab terrorists. He spoke
fluent Hebrew and was sympa-
thetic with Jewish aspirations in
Palestine.
Writing in the Manchester
Guardian, L. Namier, a British
Zionist leader, says: "Gen. Win-
gate was one of the greatest
friends who the Jews, particu-
larly the Palestine Jews, had in
our time. He seemed predestined
to become the leader of the Pal-
estine Jewish fighting force. This
was his ambition and dream, as
it was the most fervent wish of
the young Jews in Palestine to
serve under him in this war. He
became a legend among Jews and
Arabs, but his friendship for
Jews was frowned upon both in
Jerusalem and in Cairo."
The Palestine Jewish commu-
nity honored this week the mem-
ory of Maj. Gen. Orde Charles
Wingate as a man who helped
them protect their lives against
Arab terrorists in 1936, and who
sympathized with their aspira*
tions here.
The official Jewish Agency's
blue-and-white flag floated at
half mast and reports of his
death in Burma were black-bor-
dered in the Hebrew press. A
mass meeting in Tel Aviv de-
parted from its scheduled agenda
to hear a tribute to Wingate.
HADASSAH
The senior group of the Ha-
dassah will hold its regular
monthly meeting Monday, April
19 at 2 p. m. at the Y.M. &
Y.W.H.A., Miami Beach.
The Nominating Committee
will give its report Mrs. James
Cunningham, head librarian of
Burdine's will give a book re-
view of "Between Tears and
Laughter" by Lin Yuan. A dra-
matic monologue, "The House of
Bondage" will be presented by
the president. Mrs. Hclene Lo-
vitz.
Members are urged to bring
the Jewish National Fund boxes.
pay membership dues, and bring
a new member.
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of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1944
NISAN 14. 5704
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 14
PASSOVER___
Our Haggadah bids us observe the Seder not as though our
ancestors were delivered out of the bondage of Egypt, but as
though we ourselves had been delivered.
There will be no difficulty about our identifying ourselves
with our ancient sires in Egypt this year. It is easy for us to
feel this agony. Once, a son of their people had been the Prime
Minister of Egypt. They had occupied a prominent and re-
spectable position in the economy of Egypt. But how they had
sunk. Demagogues had arisen and said: "This people will
grow mighty and dominate us." It is the same old demagogic
appeal that we hear today. But the demagogues had their way
and the Jews were enslaved and various anti-Jewish measures
were passed. Every male child was to be thrown into the
river. It is easy to understand all of this in the light of all that
is happening and has happened under Hitler. We can under-
stand the groaning of the Jew under their enslavement and the
figure of Moses standing alone, takes on the resplendence of a
living reality as we picture this leader responding to the cry
of the oppressed, daring to conceive the vision of challenging
the mighty Pharoah with all his hosts and his powerful chariots.
Moses had asked that they might leavehad not Pharoah
decreed that the male children be thrown in the river?" They
are not wantedwell, then why not let them go.-'
But the tyrantsthe Pharoahsthe Hitlers -show the cor-
ruption of their souls in the way they act. Yes, the Jews are
terriblebut will they let them go? No, they will murder them,
they will execute them in gas chambers, they will have them
thrown in riversbut they will not let them go.
We can visualize the panic stricken Jews as Pharoah begins
in pursuit of them with all of his strong weapons of war.
Even the miracles that the Bible tells us happened, we can
understand better. The slaughter of the first born in Egypt
becomes easier to understand. According to Stalin, Germany
has lost in killed, wounded and imprisoned in Russia alone 13
milion soldiers. Can it be with such huge losses, that in Ger-
many today every family does not mourn the loss of its first
bom?
We can understand the panic of the Tews as Pharoah. re-
penting his final letting go of the Jews, begins to pursue them
and, lastly we can experience the thrill of the Jews when Phar-
oah and his hosts are drowned in the Red Sea.
All of the ancient picture tallies with our own today except
that of the final drowning of the enemy and all his hosts.
And the Nazis now know in their hearts that the end of the
picture will be the same for them as it was for Pharoah.
+Jewishncrldiain^
HEBREW CALENDAR
PASSOVER
First Sedar. Friday. April 7
Second Sedar, Sat., April 8
Ro.h Hodesh lyar.tMon.. Apr,, *
)AY. APRIL 7
Shabuot..........Sun-
May 28
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SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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PHONE 8-2151
nor. to be s. rved from
p. m.. there will be cai
its and a surprise
of entertainment and dancing.
General campaigners in tne
drive reported at the Miarn
Woman's Club on Sunday. Aprn
2nd that the $176,036 murk bad
been reached. This is 94 percent
of the goal of S18U.U95. and I
remainder is being sought
through a whirlwind windup ol
tin- outstanding cards to ClO on
Sunday. April 16th.
Dwelling upon the need for
help for Jews, the principal
speaker. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish
of Temple Israel, declared their
plight is worse today than I V( r
before What is being done to
the Jews everywhere in
world, he declared, makes
tragedies of the Inquisition
of the Crusades appear
"naught."
He stated: "It is only through
accident and the grace of God
that you are living in safety in
this country instead of in terror
in Europe. It is only through
accident that you are in a posi-
tion to be able to be a contribu-
tor, instead of seeking charity."
Seeking the "last ounce of po-
tential contributions," a small
group of volunteer solicitors is
busy this week and next in a
"mopping-up" process for the
1944 United Appeal. Their work
started after the final regular re-
port meeting of the sixth annual
campaign, held last Sunday, and
will continue through Sunday,
April 16th.
"The money is still in those
cards," the workers were told by
Jacob Sher. campaign chairman.
"So far a marvelous job of cam-
paigning has been done, but we
are a little more than $13,000
short of our goal. The money is
there and it's up to us to go out
and get it. If all these cards are
canvassed as they should be. this
Campaign will exceed its goal by
! tweei) 10 and 20 per cent."
Vichy Orders Arrest of All
Jews in Northern France
Season's
Greetings
London (JTA) The Algiers
radio reports that the Fn
Government in Vichy has is i< |
an order for thi am I of all Jews
jn Northern France and for I
incarceration in concentration
camps.
A report reaching Belgian cir-\
here reveals the i xistenci in
i i Belgium of a secret
-h Committee i in
anti-Nazi activities as part of the
Belgian underground mi v< ment.
The report says that German
anti-Jewish propaganda in B
mum is ridicuied by the Belgian
population.
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Jewish Federation. Executive
Committee of the Anti-ixiama-
., League, Executivei Commit-
tee ol Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee, Member of the
Dade County liar Association.
Florida Stale Bar Association and
bnai Unth.
In addition to electing the of-
ficers and members of tne board,
the assembled members heard re-
,,,,,-i.s by Mr. Zukernick and Jack
P Marash, Executive Director.
In his report Zukernick traced
the history of the Y, telling of
the ellorts of the Committee of
1U0" who first met on April I,
1943, exactly one year ago to the
:..\ He also paid tribute to those
men and women who have so
successfully worked to build the
Y and develop its program.
Mr Marasn gave an account of
the many activities which had
been inaugurated in the past four
months and which had served to
attract a growing number of par-
ticipants. He also told of the
tion of the Y as a "hub of
nunity social and civic ac-
tivities" where in the past few
nths 4!) social, civic and
fraU rnal organization? have come
to m< < t,
In closing. Marash expressed
his appreciation to the Officers,
Board of Directors, membership
at large, the stall, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
the Editors of the Jewish Flor:
ldian. Miami Beach Sun, Miami
li. ral i the Miami Daily News.
for their cooperation in further-
ing the program and stature of
the Y in the community.
Following the reports of the
President and the Executive Di-
rector, the members present
hi ard a musical program. Staff
Bl t Bela Urban, accompan-
i ii by Virginia Urban, played a
group of violin selections. He
was followed by Lillian Kraff,
who entertained with vocal selec-
tions. Mrs. Kralf was accom-
panied I y Anyuta Melicov.
HEP. COMPTOM
or,
GREETINGS
HENRY R. CHASE
FIRE CHIEF
and
ASSOCIATES
Washington
marks another milestone inT
sad history of a wandering
and not one to which theM?
racies can look with pride" r00'
Ranulf Compton. co-snonJ^
the Palestine resolution S 2
the floor of the House *" *
"For our failure to act or .
to protest." he charged ^2
doors of Palestine close toda,
because the imperialists vSt
of the British cffisJOfff?
more important to the mSbJ
Administration than furn.sZ
haven for millions of Hitler's I'
tims in Europe. K
"Last week," he continue
"the President of the"H
States, in what was intended?
be, i sympathetic stalt "
asked the nations of the world to
open their doors to the refuaZ
of Germany and the suffenu
people of occupied countnev!
well knowing that this was not
practical And yet he made 2
move and spoke no word to ken
open the comparatively (Z
square miles set aside in Pales-
tine by all the nations for immi-
gration of Jews. There are 600-
000 of their kinsmen wait
praying and earnestly offering*
home lor their stricken brethren,
but all they receive is sympa-
thetic words."
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PAGE FIVE
face Facts
By Alexander F. MM*!
Florida Regional Director
Anti Defamation League
wdl to the small staff of
0Ubl -shooters" who are prov-
- in be "f invaluable assistance
1gthis office. In a quiet manner
he!-have ironed out more diffi-
S situations than you might
Lr exist. Looking not at all
KP3oiy men life Sol Gold-
Corn Dave Phillips Jerry
El"* Harrv Gerstein and
fbe Goldman have been willing
I a moment's notice to drop
Whatever they are doing and to
fvote long hours to tedious, dif-
ficult and at times disagreeable
asks
Here's a simple story:
A report reached this office
hat a certain delicatessen owner
*hose restaurant was frequented
Cv servicemen was charging m-
Edinatcly high prices. The ser-
vicemen were complaining stren-
fcnuslv that they were being
deed The resultant bitterness
fcened the door wide for the ag-
favation of anti-Semitic feelings.
Jerry Frcchling and Abe Gold-
nan were asked to investigate.
First they checked with various
estaurants in Miami to deter-
nine a fair scale of prices. Then
hey visited the delicatessen
kner and spoke to him frankly.
kxplaining the full implications
bf his price policy.
The owner proved to be ex-
iremely cooperative. He ex-
hlained that his overhead was
bieh and that costs of food have
fcen considerably. Nevertheless
he revised Ins entire price scale
fcthe prevailing city-wide rate.
jn addition he is also offering a
| i m reduction in price to
ierviccmen and women In Uni-
term.
This is the sort of constructive
bifort that pays dividends in the
lone run.
Additional Personnel Is!"..
Added Red Cross Branch NOTES OF BEACH "Y"
Mrs. Louis Kotkin. chairman
of the Trail American Red Cross
Sewing and Knitting Center, lo-
cated at 1715 S. W. 8th Street,
announced additional personnel
of the branch. Included are:
Mrs. Esther Levine, production
supervisor; Mrs. M. Mendel, ad-
ministrative staff; Mrs. Sam Kos-
tonn, knitting instructor.
The Center is open Mondays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10
a. m. to 4 p. m. Garments for
sewing and yarn for knitting will
be given out for completion at
home in order to complete large
quotas required. Many more
volunteers are necessary.
for Rest
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$10,000 Added Stake Is
Event at Tropical Park
Marriage by virtue of a
lengthy string of stake victories
combined with the fact that his
recent Coral Gables Handicap
triumph demonstrated he was at
peak formheads the list in the
mile and a furlong Tropical Han-
dicap Saturday with 126 pounds,
according to Handicapper John
P. Turner. Sr.
This $10.000-added stake is the
main attraction yearly at Tropi-
cal Park and the big event of the
Welfare Week program, as well
as for the Florida season's final
day of horse racing.
Half a dozen pounds below the
Coward and Dupuy veteran is
the Greentree Stable's Four
Freedoms, recent surprise win-
ner of the Widener Handicap.
Another six pounds away is
W. W. Crenshaw's Grasshopper
2nd, leader in last Saturday's
mile and a sixteenth Ponce de
Leon Handicap. He tops Argonne
Woods, runner-up in that stake,
by still another six-pound mar-
gin. Then comes Sweep Swinger
with 105 and Equinox with 103
pounds.
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Bazaar and Carnival Plans
Progressing
Plans for the First Annual
Bazaar and Carnival being given
by the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami
Beach on the "Y" grounds on
April 15. 16 and 17, are taking
final shape. The various com-
mittees are busily engaged in
completing their arrangements
and every assurance is given that
this event will be the crowning
achievement of a busy and suc-
cessful season at the "Y".
The games committee has
spent long hours searching for
novelties that will give the par-
ticipants a thrill and a "kick."
The merchandise committee is
arranging to have a wide variety
of valuable articles available for
purchase while the refreshments
committee has promised food and
drink to tickle the palates of
gourmets and gourmands alike.
The entertainment committee
is scanning the theatre and night
club field and for each day of
the three-day fete will present
the finest comedians, singers and
dancers, the most beautiful show-
girls, and the most scintillating
personalities in the Greater
Miami area. All this entertain-
ment will be offered FREE.
Other attractions at the bazaar
will be Bingo every afternoon
and evening, side shows, palmists
and flower girls who will sell
pretty posies.
Admission to the bazaar is only
fifty cents for all three days. It
will open on Saturday evening,
April 15, at 8:00 p. m. and will
continue on Sunday and Mon-
day, April 16 and 17, from 2:00
p. m. to midnight.
Youth Frolics Goes Hobo
The regular Sunday night
Youth Frolics at the Y.M. &
W.H.A. of Miami Beach will be
a "Hobo Hop" this week with all
the boys and girls coming in
their most raggedy, hobo-like
outfits. Prizes will be given for
the best outfits.
Edith Schulman, chairman of
arranged to have the ballroom
the Youth Frolics Committee, has
decorated to simulate a freight
car Which is the accepted mode
of travel for all "knights of the
road." Hay and straw will be
spread around to make our ho-
boes feel at home.
A different kind of entertain-
ment has been planned in keep-
ing with the Hobo theme. Danc-
ing will be to the tunes of Herbie
Shaw and his band, who won the
hearts of the "Y" hep cats and
jitterbugs at his last appearance
at the Youth Frolics.
Refreshments will be served as
usual. Regular admission prices
will prevail.
B'nai B'rith Auxiliary To
Hold Afternoon Meeting
Tuesday, April 11th, B'nai
B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary of Sho-
lem Lodge will hold an after-
noon meeting instead of the usual
combined evening with the men.
The meeting will take place at
2:00 p. m. at the Beach Y.M. and
Y.W.H.A.
Members and guests will hear
talented members of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami. Participat-
ing in the program will be Miss
Phyllis Shulman, vocalist. Miss
Doris Feldman, pianist. Miss
Maxine Kreisworth and Miss
Bernice Dacks, dramatists, and
the Hillel Choral Reading Group.
Visitors are welcome.
HAT
HEN
HERE
Inter Racial Group Being
Formed in New York City
New York (JTA)The New
York City Board of Education
and the United Parents Associa-
tion have formed an institute to
study problems of interracial and
intercultural relations confront-
ing both teachers and parents, it
was announced here.
According to the planning
committee, the aim of the insti-
tute is "to clarify our thinking
concerning the special educa-
tional needs of the children of
minority groups, to help us un-
derstand the nature of the ten-
sions and relationships between
groups in American life, and to
articulate the role that education
might play in helping to unify
the American people."
( 1 III.-. uululiiii la tvliuui t. .1 u> the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation lu
cooperation with The Jewish Florid-
Ian as a community service. To Inform
the community of your organization's^
activities and to avoid conflicts la
dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for
'Community Calendar." Notification
must reach Federation no later than
Tuesday for publication that week.)
Although in this country we
use square, rectangular or round
matzoth impartially, depending
on which company's products we
buy, the custom until the age of
machinery was that matzoth
should be round.
Monday, April 10th:
Jewlnh Study Croup, Afl 14 to 18,
Sponsored by the Hureau of Jewish
Kducatlon In cooperation with the
Town Y. Town Y. 1567 H. W. 5th
Street, 7:30-9:30 p. m.; Iladdasab,
Miami Chapter, Regular Meeting.
2:00 p. m.
Tuesday, April 11th:
Nholem Ix>dge, Hnal Ilrlth Meet-
ing. 8:30 p. m.: Miami Beach Ser-
vice l.< k i, Heach Y, 1 Lincoln
Ko.id, 2:00 p. m.
Wednesday. April 12th:
I'loneer Women, Annu.il Donor Tea,
Heach Y: Workmen's Circle Hranch
No. 692. Kxecutlve Committee Meet-
ing, 8:30 p.m.; Young Men's & He-
brew Assoeiatlon of Miami. Adult
Forum, Town Y, 1M7 S. W. 5th
Street. 7:15 p. m.
Saturday, Sunday, Monday,
April 15th, 16th, 17th:
Beach V ituzaur. Y.M A YWH of
Miami Beach. 1 Lincoln Road Satur-
day, s "> o m., Sunday and Mon-
l.i v. All Day.
Sunday, April 16th:
C.libratlon Buffet Dinner-Dance,
1944 1'nlted Appeal of the Greater
Miami J.wish Federation starting
at 7:00 p. m.. Wofford Hotel. 2400
Collins Avenue.
Monday, April 17th:
Jewish Study Croup. AIM 14 to 18.
Bponaorod by the Bureau of Jewish
Kdueation in coopar&tlon with the
Town Y. Town Y, 1687 8. W. 5th
Str-et. 7-.10 to 9:30 p. m.
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+JewlstrhrMa_
F
REFUGEE
TO
Washington (JTA)A Colo-
rado farmer has sent the War
Refugee Board a donation of
$100 "to help finance your pro-
gram" and an offer to take in
five Jewish refugee families
"when the opportunity arrives.'
it wass revealed here.
In a letter to John W. Pehle,
the Board's executive director,
Harry C. Rogers of Dove Creek.
Colorado, expressed his own and
his neighbors' gratification over
the establishment of the Board
and its 'humane undertaking" of
rescuing the Jews and other vic-
tims of Nazi persecution.
"I have been talking to some
of my neighbors about the reha-
bilitation of the Jews as a per-
sonal responsibility and am find-
ing fast response," he wrote
Our Bible teaches us 'we are
our brother's keeper.' and this
call from the persecuted Jews of
Europe is the dearest and most
appealing to Christianity that
has been heard in 2.000 years
Enclosed is my check for SI00 to
help finance your program. I
want to offer you my personal
assistance when the opportunity
arrives and homes are sought for
these people. I will take five
families on my own farm and
will see that they are sheltered
under the principles of the lour
freedoms and tutored to love our
constitutional government."
A REVIEW
THE STORY OF PESACH
Sixteen-Page Pamphlet Issued
by Manischewiti Matxo
This excellent booklet was pre-
pared for children of school age,
However, it may be used pro t-
ably by adolescents and adulU
Among the subject, included in
this booklet are "Story of Pes-
ach." "The Seder Night, The
Seder Table.'- "Symbols of the
Seder," "Songs for Pesach. and
some stories aim poems related
to Pesach. The features arc-
written in an interesting style, in
simple but good English, and are
attractively illustrated.
The addition by the sponsors.
"Manischewitz Matzo," of a list
of Hebrew expressions on 1 as-
ach, questions on the holiday, the
Hebrew equivalent of the sym-
: hols of the Seder and more poi ms
1 and stories of modern theme,
would make for greater enjoy-
| ment by our children and would
make the booklet more compre-
hensive and inclusive.
I highly recommend the use of
this fine booklet in our schools
and in the home.
A P. GANNES,
Director Bureau
of Jewish Education
When Thomas Jefferson. Ben-
jamin Franklin and John Adams
were appointed to prepare a de-
sign for the seal of the United
St,ms on the same day that the
Declaration of Independence was
adopted they first proposi d a d<
vice showing Pharaoh sitting in
an open chariot, a crown on his
i I and a sword in his hand.
passing through the dividing
waters of the Red Sea in pursuit
of the Israelites: with rays from
a pillar of fire beaming on Moses,
who was represented as standing
on the Shore extending his hand
over the sea. causing it to over-
whelm Pharaoh.
BE
TENDERED
CENTER JFFICEHS
On Wednesday evening. Alg
12th the Miami Beach JeWWh
Center will tender an Installa-
tion Banquet to the newly elect
"' "S* Mr. Harry Boden;
Mem is the chairman of t e ban
quet committee, and Will Of.
listed by Messrs. Raymond Ru-
bin. Daniel M. Broad and sidon
Goldberg. The formal ns ;
tion ceremony took place during
the regular Friday evening serv-
ces, March 31st. The officers
who were installed were: Mi.
Samuel Friedland, President. M
Joseph M Rose, First Vice-1 resi-
dent Mr. Herman Berk. Second
Vice-President; Mr. Hairy Sir-
kin, Treasurer; Dr. Sol Selevan,
Recording Secretary, and Mr.
Harry B. Ungerleider, Financial
Secretary. Newly < lected to the
Bi ar i of Director- were Mr. Ray-
mond Rubin. Ml Daniel M
Broad, Mr Isi l< r. Goldberg, Mr.
Hairy Zukermck and Mr. Joseph
M Lipton. The following Hoard
members, whose terms did not
expire, will also .-. rve: Jacob An-
dron, Samuel E. Bernstein, Harry
Bodi nstein, Nathan Glosser, Ab-
raham Halperin, Nat H Hankoff,
Baruch Holman, Max Lippman,
Abraham Selevan, Alex Suss-
man
REPRESENTATIVE
iPPEILS TD STOP
Dr. Sachar Will Speak
Sun. April 17th. at Center
Dr. A I. Sachai Will speak on
Monday, April 17 at 8:15 p. m.,
at the Miami Beach Center. 1415
Euclid Avenue, before the Pio-
neer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami. His topic will
be. "The Challenge of Modern
Palestine." The public is in-
vited
Washington (JTA) Tracing
the contributions of the Jews to
the spiritual, cultural and indus-
trial development of America,
Rep James M. Curley, Massa-
chusetts Democrat, this week ap-
pealed for an end to hatred and
persecution"not in the name of
tolerance, but in the name of jus-
tic and fair play" for the Jew-
ish people throughout the world.
"The persecution and oppression
of the Jewish people by the Ger-
mans under Hitler must not be
m i nutted in America." he de-
clared In his twenty-minute
speech on the floor of the House.
"They have contributed fre of time, energy, money and life
itself both in hours of peace and
in hours of crisis, and as bene-
ticiaries of their contribution, it
is clearly our duty at this time to
voice our protest against further
persecution of the Jewish people
whether it be In Germany or any
other portion of the world." Cur-
ley said. "In every war in which
the American nation has partic-
ipated from the beginning of our
Government," he continued.
tluy have been a potent factor,
not only for the establishment of
the Government, but for its pres-
ervation and perpetuation."
"The record of achievement by
the people of Jewish faith in the
present war," he said, "is now
being written in their blood."
Curley presented figures to prove
that charges "leveled by propa-
gandists" that Jews are to be
found largely in noncombat ser-
vice are false. He also inserted
in the Congressional Record the
names of more than 2.500 Jewish
| boys who have been given hont^s
' and awards.
Z52ay.aprh,7
he underaljcne.1. i\!,|r?ni,G'Vt^
of JACK oi-,eAAl,V',l,l'^S5
at 17 N. K. |B, .vv.. I$lar,1p3?
Intend* to regime, i'k Un". flatf
S*fc V" '""' ihlhe,
of Dade County. Ki,!rMa *"* 5S

I.BON KAPI^AN
Attorney for Ai>i,H,-,-,
NOTICK l.sTlKIUc[iY~r!^--J
In buHlneiu. under |h, ,',,,? n2'
f PAN AM Kill, am 'A'0"'**
COMPANY, at i 7A-J 'lliJRa
Miami, (la., Int. n,u j0 1 '*'*3
aal.l name with th cult Court of iv.,,1. .'un,y;V,^
ii. Z'owSf .
I.KON KAPLAN ^l*'*^|
Attorney for Api,||,.,,
3/24-31.4/7-14-21 '
MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN
asp THE
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Wish All Their Patron*
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A HAPPY PASSOVER
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675 N. W. 5th Street
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BEFORE YOU BUY
see
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with
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ButBiggest Because Beet
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throat, eyes, ears and sinuses.
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Insure your minimum requirements
of these two important Vitamins, by
taking a ONB-A-DAY Vitanun A
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neesant- children actually like
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)AY. APRIL 7. 1944
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PAGE SEVEN
TFH MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Oi The Jewish Wellare Board ______Help Us Keep Record of Our Men in Service
SERVICE
PARADE!
.i. Albert S. to^JSLZ.
'STRICTLY G. I."
T/Sgt Louu Motkowitz. 23. of
Roxbury, Mass., who wears the
PJJg for duty at Laurinburg- "Sitting on my G. I. bed
ton Army air base. Maxson, M G j hat G j h Distinguished Flying Cross. Air
Medal and 9 Oak Leaf Clusters,
also took part in the Ploesti at-
loes
rth Carolina base from Al- Everything free, nothing to lose, tack. Now back in the United
lTZ NCb, another unit of the But G: I. wish that I were home. States, Sergeant Moskowitz says
JS Troop Carrier Command, that while that raid was un-
hlre he served in a similar "They issue everything we need doubtedly the most daring mis-
Sty Paper to write on, books to read, sion he participated in, it was
v*--------- They issue food to make you tame compared to his maiden
To-tph S. Field, jr.. 1871 S. W. grow voyage, a Fortress assault out of
1st terrace, son of Mr. and Mrs. But G. I. want a long furlough. Egypt against Naples.
, Fields, who is stationed in It was a 13.nour raid and tne
* Guinea, received the Legion Your belt, your shoes, your air squadron sank two battle-
Merit award for his services G I. tie ships, a destroyer and a mer-
communications officer of a Everything free, nothing to buy. chant vessel. On the way back,
hter control unit in Australia, You eat from a G. I. plate however, the plane in which
1 now has been advanced to Buy your needs at a G. I. rate. Moskowitz was riding ran out of
ir It's G. I. this and G I. that fuel. The pilot gave bail-out or-
--------- ,, Everything here is Government ders. It was midnight; Sergeant
I cpt. E. Max Goldstein has Issue Moskowitz had never jumped be-
en stationed to the Homestead But G. I. wish that I could kiss fore. "Believe me, I was fright-
ny Air Base. Prior to this as- you." ened. When I jumped, the wind
wnent. Capt. Goldstein saw --------------------------- from tne piane back-washed me
uty in China and other foreign Naval Lt (sg) Herbert M. Jay. right against the plane and near-
aces. 24, of East Liverpool, Ohio, a ly knocked me out. Luckily we
---------------t~- member of the legendary Tor- were flying at 5,000 feet, for I
if/Sot George PotoUky. 24. of pedo Squadron 8, holds a Presi- must have tumbled head over
oklyn, has been decorated dential Citation for "extremely heals about 1,000 feet before I
lith the Air Medal and nine Oak heroic and courageous perform- regained enough strength to pull
[ Clusters. A Liberator waist- ance in combat during the Air the ripcord. To make it worse,
jier, Sergeant Potolsky com- Battle of Midway." Serving for my leg caught in the shrouds and
eted 50 bombing flights in the |j months in the Southwest Pa- I had some anxious minutes try-
fcditerranean area, amassing cific area> Lieutenant Jay parti- ing to get free. Then I floated
B combat hours aloft, and is cipated in five major battles, to the ground."
bw back in this country. helping to drive the Japanese ---------
from that area and "inflicting Capt. Nat Nowak, 28, of Brook-
jT.'Sgt Julius Mayes. 26, of great losses on them by land and ]yn, a veteran of the great raid
tncinnuti, who with a com- air attacks." on the Axis oil refineries of Plo-
sion saved two navy airmen
the shark-infested waters off
esti, was last week awarded an
T/Sgt Norman Kahn Michel. Oak Leaf Cluster to his Dis-
uadalcanal. holds the Soldiers 31 'VRochcsler M y injured tinguished Flying Cross, denot-
ledal Observing a plane plunge >* S miiro ovh in that he had earned the DFf-
kto the ocean about a mile off- J "* Man J^itorv ha. been twice. In addition he holds the
ore, Sergeant Mayer and a fel- K^ed the DtaStahea Flymg" Air Medal and four Oak Leaf
soldier, patrolling in a jeep. g2Sf^^iStoa^e*SS> Clusters. Captain Nowak, navi-
iiickly launched a rubber raft Cross for gaHantry and extraor, ^^ ^^ ^ Llberatori
Ed, by using their hands and S/'X'Ti FlvinsFor described the Ploesti assault in
rough board for paddles res- g^KglStMtoellStajffi diary in great detail. "The
led the two occupants of the ]**\fu when he crawled into target was aflame when we
f-ne, which had sunk. Since the & ^^iJShhiv to release an reached it," he wrote, "and we
t could accommodate only ^JL^JT^ornh which had ved down till our bellies al-
bo, the army men placed the unexploded bomb which had mQst skimmed the ground." Not
krs aboard and got into the Jammea. ______ on]y was tne anti-aircraft fire
ter themselves, propelling the --------- unimaginably thick, but there
ashore. Naval Lt. Ralph Pleatman. 25, was machine gun and rifle fire
--------- of Cincinnati, O., who has receved as well. "As we approached our
iLt Abraham Soffer, 25. of five letters of commendation pinpoint, huge flames belched
anlord Conn, atached to an from high navy department of- from some oil tanks. We swerved
my bombing squadron, was ficials, is the recipient of the to the left and our right wing
aied in action in the Southwest Navy and Marine Corps Medal went through the fire. The heat
acific area. Prior to the action for "outstanding service in a Was terrific It blistered our de-
fhich resulted in his death, he submarine on war patrol. Lieut- icer boots. We cleared a chimney
[as awarded the Air Medal for enant Pleatman was in command by 10 feet dropped our bombs
Bllantry. In the face of intense of a submarine which sent a Dn a distillation plant, and sped
Mi-aircraft fire and opposition destroyer and eight other enemy Gn." Our engine was aflame, but
I enemy fighters, his plane went ships to the bottoman esti- they ignored Jtthere were en-
. at low level to destroy an mated 40,000 tons of Japanese emy fighters to be disposed oL
Bemv vessel. shipping. But the foe left off before the
American craft had reached tne
Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," Army- Danube.
Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida
Name
__Serial No.-
Home Address
Birth Date ._.__
Street City
___Birthplace........_
City
State
State
Civilian Occupation-
Date Entry
In Service___________
Marital Status-
Branch of Service_________
Full name of nearest kin_________
Relationship________Address------
Information Transmitted by---------
Telephone number__________--------
Date
Discharged---------
_.Rank or Rating
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH, Chairman
FRED SHOCHET
MRS. OEORQE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN
JE/^NIE H. ROTFORT
NATHAN ROTHBERO
J. w. B. Director
OFFICERS
SAM BLANK. CHAIRMAN
MONTE SELIQ. Vloa-Chalrman
JOSEPH A. SERMAN. Sao.
Executive Committee
Mr.. Max Oobrln. Ban B. OaMmMI.
Maua'ce Groiiman, Loula Heiman,
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Mr.. Murry
Kov.n. Harry Markowltt. Alex-
ander F. Ma>r, .St. get*.._ffg
Shochet. MiTton Slrk.nJeMM
Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl
Wrinkle. Oeore Wolpart, Harry
Zukaralck.
DaTotin9 This Pafl. to the Effort, of the Amr-Maey Cemmitt^. tode Peatlble H-oui*
the Co-Operatioa of
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Miami Miami Beach
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1S5 E. Flagler St. 112 Lincoln Rd.
FDCZIT SYSTEM
1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue
FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO.
82 N. E. 26th Street
GREEN BROS.
55 N. E. 24th Street
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129 N. Miami Avenaa
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uoa m
DONALD LAVlGNE-UNIFOBMg
114 N. E Second Avenue
MIAMI RUG CO.
100 S. Miami Avaaue
MIAMI MILL WORK &
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535 N. W. 11th Street
MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc.
1701 N. W. 7th Avanua
STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO.
149 If. E. 19th Straat
IOSEPH H. STEIN
Miami. Florida
WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLOT
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Manufacturers of
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Novelties
61S N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-6247
HI
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On Your Lawn?
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from thia rich plant food which
contalna mineral! that will help
keep chinch buga out of your
lawn. Sold exclusively by
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116 S. Miami Ave. Phone 3-2121
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Wheel BalancingWelding
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Phone 7-9302

SINCERE GREETINGS
TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS
AND
CUSTOMERS
RED TOP CAB AND
BAGGAGE CO.
"Always Call the Red Top"
PHONE 3-3131 MIAMI
HAPPY
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
To Our Many
Jewish Friends
Dr. Robert B. Bradford
Optometrist Optician
531 LINCOLN ROAD
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
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100 % Pure Orange and
Grapefruit Juice
We Serve
REAL PINEAPPLE
COCOANUT PAPAYA
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PHONE 3-9433
232 E. Flagler Street
Miami Fla.
m
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and
h i -1 o n e
COMMERCIAL
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736 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-5822
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TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS
REMEMBER
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A. T. R. Carpet Conditioner
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824 1st St. Miami Beach
Phone 5-4.353
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Phone 36248
H*
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Phone 48-1621
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Jewish Friends
n CAPT. TOM'S
SEAFOOD GRILLE
Neil D. Louche
N. W. 1st St & Miami Rarer



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NOTES OF Y. M. H. A.
-by-
SAM SILVER
This is one of those weeks
in selections which were greatly en-
These
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami
Services for the week-end an-
nounced by the Greater Miami
,,m ., ,ii as follows.
InlS IS OIK' VI uniM vui^.> in stricvituua >nii s***'*.t *-
which yours truly lias been heav- joyed by those present. These
lly overburdened with work at artists haw appeared at the "Y
the office, work with the Coast, before and we arc grateful t>>
Guard I'ort Security Force and them for their fine performan
>&la ^ .. t. f.i.lAiiiiti.,.! Himi a TnmmA t* nt\ V* 1 i r* n
work on the Federation Drue
It just seems that the week lias
flown by without an opportunity
to accumulate any data for this
column. Thm. too. the deadline
is here and Colonel Fred Shi
is clamoring for the column so
he can go to press. There lore. 1
will do the best 1 can under the
circumstances.
Certificate of Merit
Thursday i vi ning of last week,
March 30th, James T. Wi
Superintendent oJ s. .. in
Dade County, Florida, presented
a C< rtil icate ol Merit to Le i
Ackerman. president of the "V".
This ate was awarded in
N. the
.-,:. rcmui
in \
Chertko

nurserj

Sgl Clifl :; !!.._' i w U as
Man
Buy a Rod and Reel
A\3 RELAX
For Your Haalth .:ra p>e\sure
SHRIBER'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
517 Wfst Ak M B. Ph. 5-9^3
Jerome Freehling
I notice with much inten
the "V" Bulletin for this month
that Jerome Freehling has been
appointed chairman ol the Home
Camp Committee for the summer
1944. For those of you '...,.
nol know J< rry, 1 wish to
state that he is .1 very const
tious "Y" worker and is an ai
member ol the Board of Dii
tors. Even though he has nol
lived m this community
he has taken an a. I
in i I things Jewish.
11. r.,..- ., lo> 1 > family an I
: and guy. Good luck
Ji rry.
Sam Miller
Sam Miller has I ei .) app inted
an of the ivi :
The fun< n this com-
to retain tin mi n
I gel everyone caught up
Vi ho now Sa '
n with other 01
in the community n al-
1 gem we have in this
He i a pi
:> financial work
and 1 wish to
lonl Ackerman
t n in chi
ing Mr. V..
Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity C< nt. r: S. ryices for 1
Fi iday evening at 7:15; Sat-
. .md Sundi
!' (in o'cli 1 k; Satur_.
, ... At the service Saturdaj
orning the "Hell ol Honor" will
B'NAI B'RITH NOTEs
MARX FEINBERG
Des rving of more
jnj mention is the
iS made by the
officers and workers towards
their coal of approximately
than pass-
marvelous
Federation
i:
Wffst Ave.
OPEN
, M. B. Ph.
i. \ r NAGS
S ib Ru insti in.
mong tne
the
. Jews
t" create mi,.
[erp11
Made From Fresh Oranges
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I. S. MAS'
PHARMACY
r '.! .ind Washington Avenue
PHONE 59953
MIAMI BEACH
^i
m
of a
IIAIIC FEtEt-VL
MORTGAGE
V
LOW RATES
EASY PAYMENTS
LONG TIME TO PAY
PROMPT SERVICE
A HOME INSTITUTION
Deal With Your
LOCAL. FRIENDLY
INSTITUTION
RESOURCES OVER S8.500.000
, |>AI>E ITillERAL
4- KOI1N 1*11 11111 AVIMUI
1 e dedicated by Rabl 1 Ii
i The n.urn.- ol all
women m our Center w
name.-- are inscribed arc as fol-
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lay morning at $190,000. At this writing all team. 1 have boon made f>>r rtW
rday evening a and other barriers have the Lodge to atii'n,i Scmb1i
'meetings. The ,- jLt*? J
negat.ye. You oweTA5
ture of your mZ..'," Ufi
concerted
been dismissed In a
1 to wind up the balance of
the solicitations so that the goal
may be achieved. This is not the
lime l" relax and s. ek a respite
from our labors as the past has
shown US that the success of
. Campaign is achieved by
that final impetus. It is for us at
this time to concentrate our ef-
forts towards this achievement
.md feel the inni r satisfaction of
a 'i>!i well done
The work done by the Cultural
mittee und< r David Will-
chairmanship should not be
mi .!. Last Friday evening
in the > itions throughout
I ii B'rith was brought
i in Ji wish community
. 1 loqui nee of ci rtain mem-
bei ol our Lodge, The ultimate
1 if Mich a program is not
only to acquaint tne community
with the work of B'nai B'rith but
about a closer re-
lationship between the social and
ious elements of our people.
This Committee in the past has
appeared to be honorary and fig-
urative, but it is well to note
that al this time active and con-
structive work is being under-
taki n and accomplished. Much
1 1- due to the present
.man and hi W orkei
The AZA Committee under the
able guidai f Lester La ky,
ming with much
Thi : m not only
work among the teen-
boys but alSO supervises
through the Auxiliary the activ-
ity of teen-age gii Is The e bos
and Rii s. displaj ing .1 remark-
able initiative, ha reati d proj-
in war work and cultural
res that would be the 1
of an adult group Recently, a
group ol the Miami boys tne.
of your commuiiit?itt>l
some interest in 2 'y L,,: 4
Let's not make U|'u c<
cry of ^ AZA ConUtJjq
2Sng "SWS" i
rah, 135 N. w. TiJ"lnlud
Miami, at 8:30 p. m.
Tuesdj
April nth Xhe '"' '"d
'nVludeana,l,i;:U,;'^ll
cob Tawhish 0 T..,n,i ^
The Rabbi ,s familiar ie LlA
his program years ,-., tM
when he was kn,,-.- htl
Lamplighter H, ,*
outstanSing r, f'n,," ,Tadl9
toe country. Le, us Jdn
warm welcome as a new"5
tion to our community. Talkfi
LW&""!??' t.w-BS
!r.4
and let's have a big turn^
audit of last years f Znmt
now been completed In J
countant and the report Sl
made at thus meeting off J
l"^";,",*' ........ w.ll be fc
matter.
k.
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; iur 1
i at their own expei Palm
n I Fl La 1 Ii rdale for the
of stimulating the or-
ganization of A/.A chapters in
'!l..... communities. In addition
to that, they have contributed to
the LaDidus Memorial Fund Red
Cross, War Chi I Jew h Feder-
ation, and al .1 recent meeting
n Is to be donated to
ring help for
needy families for the sedar din-
1 foil iwed by a Con-
Seder at 8 00 o'clock
1 rvici Saturd a v
' : S lay morning
*: :.'" a1 Rabbi Sha-
for d cus
sion will be "Is It So d,,,,
Junior services Satur-
i ning at Ii
k Friday evening
.' bined Junior and
ation services
'"" a m Saturday and
1 April will
j morning on
of the Hago?
' '; inday morning on
Not Be s ild as
1 : ': Cam 1 Teitelbaum
1 lucl the services. At
P m Saturday, Shulchan
' :,,,,: '' Howed by Mincha and
Marev Ben ii 1
Miami Jewish orthodox Con-
.' ;n Services are scheduled
Pnday at 6:45 p and Sat-
al 9 00 a. rn
lay and Sun-
aay evenings 6:00 p m. Daily
t; ',;;"- '' 8:30 a. m. and 6:30
Beth Sholom Center, 761 41 it
ami Beach: Schedule
1 vening services
"w P- m Saturday and Sunday
"Tngs at 9:30 a, m. Cantor
;-"" Friedman will officiate.
lores tin
cussed.
Rumor has it that our ftj
dent is to be indui ted in theH
rtary service, Dame Run^,,
not to be contradicted at tail
tune. Milton tells us that heri
go in but no date has bena
for the event. We |il)pi. that ail
our selfish reasons it will be^f
layed as long as possible but a
also know that when the Z\
comes Milton has plenty to SI
and will give his all. ffSI
also gives rise to the thoughts*
soin.- nohtical :,,... j, | ,,rabgJ
a.s to the successors in offe II
and when Milton 1S ^^1
Brother Harold Turk, the 5
vice-President. will succeed Tk[
only political plum left from ft
Shifting will be the election oh
n,w Viee-President. Thisisjal
to give you something to tin*
about in the event that you are |
lacking mental stimuli.
Brothers in the service we
clamoring for news and lettenl
brother 4Fs are c!amoni(|
for defense jobs > our broths 1
columnist is clamoring to fini
this
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+Jewish fk>rUlan
PAGE NINE
. 5. Jews Barred from Palestine;
esident Gets Plea for Free Entry
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Washington (JTA) Inquiries
Sfbv the Jewish Telegraphic
.na n,v this week in authorita-
&?&here elicit?d the Irc:
K that American Jews are
HJ from immigrating to Pal-
E? af a result of the British
Ehitr Paper ban on al new Jew-
Thi immigration to Palestine.
No distinction will be drawn
-tween American Jews and
tews of other countries with re-
C!rH tii the ban on Jewish entry
kartto tne^ ^ jewish Tele-
Palestine,
aphic Agency was told. The
lute Department could give no
formation on this subject while
ment to the land of their fore-
fathers, have made Jerusalem
their permanent home.
No obstacles have hitherto
been placed in the way of Jews
entering Palestine on permanent
visas. The present ban on Jew-
ish immigration to Palestine,
however, will make it legally im-
possible for any American Jew to
take up permanent residence
there, while no such restrictions
will apply to non-Jews.
Zionist leaders, though appar-
ently disappointed, refused to
comment on President
on President Roose-
velt's statement, which is consid-
e British Embassy refused to ereo a blow to Zionist efforts and
,ake any official statement to the work of rescuing Jews
There are at present several | from occupied Europe. Disap-
l0Usand American Jews^in Pal- pointment at "the President's at-
titude" was expressed by Senator
Edwin C. Johnson, Colorado
Democrat, and Senator Bennett
C. Clark, Missouri Democrat. The
latter, who led an hour-long de-
bate in the Senate this week, de-
clared that the President's state-
housand American Jews in rai-
,ho because of religious attach-
w*
de-elect
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U.S. SENATOR
Experience and
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May 2, 1944
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President Roosevelt's state-
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immigration to Palestine. The
Presioent said that his views on
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Dr. Abba Hillcl Silver and Dr.
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On the one hand, the President
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the President thought, was a
temporary bar to further discus-
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The President declined to go
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Palestine situation. He appar-
ently saw no conflict between his
previous statement that the U. S.
Government has never approved
the British White Paper and his
present endorsement of the War
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through Spain and through the
Balkans into Turkey. The num-
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tively small and not all of them
are Jews, he added.
JEWS DEPRESSED AS BAN
ON IMMIGRATION IN EFFECT
Jerusalem (JTA) Palestine's
Jewish population was plunged
into gloom this week as the gates
of the country were closed to
further Jewish immigration, un-
der the provisions of the British
White Paper which became ef-
fective on Friday, March 31.
The feeling here of "Remem-
ber March 31" is in many re-
spects similar to the "Remember
Pearl Harbor" feeling in the
United States. Jews in all walks
of life and in all parts of Pales-
tine consiaer the curb on Jewish
immigration at the most tragic
time in Jewish history, to be not
only a violation of the Palestine
Mandate and a breach of Bri-
tain's promise to establish a Jew-
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but an obstacle to the rescue of
Jews from Europe who could find
refuge here.
(A cable by Victor M. Bien-
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the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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who is now stationed in Jerusa-
lem, containing comment from
the Hebrew press in Palestine on
the situation there in connection
with the ban on immigration, was
refused clearance by the Pales-
tine censor, according to a cable,
passed by censorship, which was
received in the New York office
of the JTA.)
Any hope of last-minute inter-
vention by the United States to
halt enforcement of the White
Paper immigration ban faded
after it became known that Pres-
ident Roosevelt supports the at-
titude of the War Department
and has refused to intervene with
the British Government to have
the ban on Jewish immigration
rescinded. The action of the
British Government is considered
by experts here to be illegal 6ince
the White Paper was rejected by
the Mandates Commission of the
League of Nations and has never
been approved by the League
which is the nominal holder of
the Palestine Mandate entrusted
to Britain.
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*JewUtncrkian
"UDAY. APRn. 7,
J
KILLED BY NAZIS
PRISONER STATES
Moscow (JTA) Throe thou-
sand Jewish Red Armymon who
were among the Russian troops
captured in the Ukraine by the
Germans, were executed in Dnie-
pro-Petrovsk in February. 1942.
in violation of all international
conventions covering tin- treat-
ment of war prisoners, it is re-
vealed in testimony by a cap-
tured German. I'vt. Walter Pfei-
fer of the .'iist R< giment of the
24th Infantry Division, made
public here Pfeifer stated that
lie had personally seen his com-
manding officer shoot 80 Jewish
prisoners in one day.
Another German prisoner, Sgt.-
Major Arthur Sell rants, radioman
attached to the 4th Aviation
Squadron, reveals in his ti I
many that the Germans k. i
hundreds of Jewish civilians in
eluding children, in Pyatigorsk
by lining them up in an open
field and compelling them to
grasp an uinsulated wire through
' which a heavy electric charge was
sent, killing them instantly.
In Rzhev. 900 Jewish men. wo-
men and children were driven
I into a barn and rr.ael.inegunned.
it was disclosed by Cpl. FraiU
Weskalines of the 336th Regiment
of the ltilst Infantry Divsion. Af-
ter the machinegunners had eom-
1 pleted then- task, the bodies pi
! the victims were drenched witn
| kerosene ami set afire, he said.
; In this manner many Jews who
; had only been wounded by the
I bullets were burned alive
The above incidents are typical
of those reported in thousan I
accounts of German atro<
against Jews which have
gathered by Soviet commissions
for use in war criminal trials af-
i i : tilities have c< i I per-
haps, even before then il the
perpetrators of the crim arc
captured alive
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London (JTA) The vcllow
stars which marked the Jews of
France and Belgium have disap-
peared from the streets o I
Snd Brussels, indicating the; ex-
tent to whu-h the Germans nave
purged those cities of Jews, tne
Jewish Telegraphic Agency was
told by a central travelled wno
was in the French and Belgium
capitals recently.
TI e JTA informant said that it.
able to a rtain
the whereabouts of former Jew-
acquaintances. N J<
hbors, when queried c; nc<
,ng the fate ol Jews who had
lived in the n<
. furnish the vai
as to their sudden disappearai
mi some cases, gruesome
storii s of how the Jews -A' n
taken from th. ir hi mes by the
; e in tii- middle : ll night
and igain, Even
the families of the arrested Jews
: Irani whal ;'','>
to them
From convi > had with
anti-German Fn ni hm n and Bel-
gians, the neutral traveller voiced
the opinion that a defeat of the
Germans will not, automatically,
bung an end to anti-Semitism in
western Europe. He said that
some of the Nazi arguments con-
cerning Je%vs have influenced the
populations of the occupied coun-
tries, resulting in those people
asserting that while they were
,,t opposed to native Jews, they
would object to immigration of
Jews from eastern Europe after
the war.
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issued a call to Jewish communi-
ties throughout the country urg-
ing observances the anniversary of the revolt in
the Warsaw ghetto, in tribute to
the Jewish heroes who lost their
lives in desperate battle against
the Nazi oppressors.
In New York, the observance
will include a period of silence,
a brief cessation of work and. in
the evening, a meeting in Car-
negie Hall. At 11.00 a. m. Jews
in New York City will be asked
to observe a pencil of silence for
two minutes. At the beginning
of tin same hour, it is proposed
that work by Jews cease in all
New York shops and factories ex-
Ct ; 1 in those plants engaged in
war production. There will be
brief addresses delivered in the
plants
Washington (JTAl-Th.,^
Refugee Board this Weck W
firmed a report that it has (2
to reach an agreement withT
Swedish Government conZ%
use of Swedish ships'Cjj
Jews from Rumania andlS'
Black Sea ports to Palt,n>
The fact that such a?L|
ment has not yet been rS
does not reflect a neeatuf?
titude on the part of the &
Government, which has affl
displayed a sympathetic mZ
in saving refugees, a War S?
gee Board spokesman said, fc
Swedish Minister ,n Wash-Mi
has assured the War RfJ2
Board that his Kovernmenu
prepared to do everything
Bible tO aid the efforts of fc
Board, the WRB spok^man*
The first Passover service tol
broadeast by television came6bI
New York City in 1940 '
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)AY. APRIL 7, 1944
fJewistfkrldlton
PAGE ELEVEN
lewish Groups in New York Make
>rotest Against Closing of Palestine
MPW York (JTA)-The Agudas
JJd Youth Council of America
^nunccd that it has appealed
Tthf British Government
tough its ambassador Lord
Kh#X in Washington, for un-
*S ate' abrogation of the White
Paper "so that the doors of Pal-
E may remain open to Jew-
pTjfSScU also appealed to
president Roosevelt and John
Kpehle, executive director of
Evl War Refugee Board, for ln-
ISrcessH" with the British Gov-
ernment on the White Paper.
r?ffi Emergency Committee to
Isave the Jewish People of Europe
EcDorted that Gov. Leveret Sal-
Etall of Massachusetts ajd
Irov Olin D. Johnston of South
Icarolina joined with the Com-
Etfttee in protesting against keep-
line the doors of Palestine shut
I o Jews Governor Saltonstall
Ipointcd out thai "the Jews of
Ipalestine have reclaimed tnedes-
Iprt and made the land bloom
Ionce more. Their upbuilding of
their ancient land is truly con-
sidered one of the greatest
achievements of modern times.
It is but elementary justice that
the doors of Palestine be re-
opened to the fullest extent, con-
sistent with military considera-
tions, for the Jews of Europe
against whom Hitler has so sav-
agely expended his fury."
Colonel Morris J. Mendelsohn,
president of the New Zionist
Organization of America, at a
press conference issued a state-
ment saying that "Under present
circumstances, the White Paper
is an actual death warrant to
millions of Jews and is tanta-
mount to Hitler's declaration of
extermination against the Jew-
ish people. By attempting to es-
tablish the policy of the White
Paper, Britain will inevitably
create a new 'Irish pocket' in
Palestine and kindle in every
Jewish heart a flame of hatred
for British imperialists that will
turn the Jewish people the world
into an "international Ireland.' "
WHITE PAPER IS NOT
BRITAIN'S FINAL WORD
IT IS WITH PLEASURE AND
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London (JTA) The view that
the White Paper is not British
statesmanship's "final word" on
the Palestine question was ex- I
pressed here by an official Zion-1
ist organ as the document's pro-
visions banning further Jewish
immigration and restricting land
sales to Jews went into effect.
Declaring that "today is a sig-
nificant date in the history of
Palestine and the Jewish people,"
the Zionist Review states: "The
White Paper, though it exists, is
not seriously considered the
final word of British statesman-
ship. The whole artificial edi-
fice of half-truths and faulty ar-
guments has broken down under
the impact of the great events of
the last five years. The editorial
quotes Churchill's opposition to
the White Paper, voiced before
he became Prime Minister, dur-
ing the debate on its adoption,
and declared "Can anyone deny
today that Churchill saw much
further than the men of
Munich?"
The Review contrasts the aid
Palestine Jews have given the
war effort with that given by the
Arabs. It reveals that while 23.-
000 Palestine Jews enlisted the
Arabs were able to recruit only
8,000 in Palestine, Syria, Leba-
non and Transjordan together
and that of these 5,000 "have al-
ready disappeared not in
battle."
GESTAPO RAIDS
JEWISH OFFICES
FOR REFUGEE LIST
Zurich (JTA) The Gestapo
has raided Jewish offices in
Bucharest where lists of Ruma-
nian Jews who are awaiting
transportation to Turkey en route
to Palestine were kept, it was re-
ported here from Rumania. The
lists were confiscated, the report
said.
(In Washington, John W. Pehle,
executive director of the War
Refugee Board, disclosed that
more than 40,000 civilian victims
of Nazi oppression obviously
Rumanian Jews who had been
deported to Transnistria suc-
ceeded in reaching Rumania
prior to the retreat of the Ger-
man armies from Transnistria.
Many of them expected to re-
ceive Turkish transit visas in
Bucharest to enable them to
reach Palestine. Mr. Pehle also
revealed that Ira Hirschmann,
the W.R.B. representative in Tur-
key___ is due shortly in Wash-
ington for "urgent consultation."
He emphasized that new devel-
opments make it impossible to
say how much longer evacuation
of Jews from the Balkan coun-
tries can be carried out through
the Near East.)
German newspapers reaching
here report that the Rumanian
authorities have ordered many
Jews in Bucharest to leave their
homes before the end of April.
The houses will be occupied by
"Aryans," the report said.
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KUBBY HOUSE
261 E. Fl.-.olcr Street
106 N. Miami Avenue
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
ROBERT L. TAYLOR
AND ASSOCIATES
of the
COUNTY SOLICITOR'S
OFFICE
Experienced
Constable
Member
ELKS AMERICAN LEGION
AND VET OF FOREGIN WARS
HARRY S.
HIGGIINS
Vote For and Support
n. j
FARLOW
STATE LEGISLATURE
Subject to Democratic Primary
PoIItloal Ad. Paid for by Friends
LEX GREEN
Government of, by, and for the People
HIS COVENANT
1. Win the war and peace. Restore State rights and local self
Government.
2. Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax. Economy.
3. Expand and develop Florida's industrial and all natural re-
sources. '
4. Cheaper automobile license tags.
5. Justice and equality for Industry and Laborunderstanding.
6. Homestead and other aid for all war veterans.
7. Definitely $40 per month pension for aged. Cut red tape.
Definitely match Federal funds for blind and dependent
children.
8. Raise salaries of school teachers. Health advancement A
united Florida.
9. Carry out recommendations Florida Continuing Educational
Council.
10. Build roads. Develop commercial aviation. Develop tourist
trade.
ft
A TRUE AND TRIED SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE
WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE AND FOUND NOT WANTING
THE EMERGENCY IS TOO GRAVE FOR EXPERIMENT
LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED AND WORTHY
TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR
HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH AND HE WILL KEEP
FAITH WITH YOU
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
ii
H
I
Your Present Constable of
DISTRICT No. 5
Miomi Beach Surfside
Sunny Isle Golden Beach
Paid Political Adv.
FOR
GOVERNOR
EXPERIENCED-WORTHY
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Hear hla Radio Speech at 7:30 p. m.. Monday. April 10th
OTr Stations WHUF WFTL WPDQ WTST WWPG WDLP
Dade County Headquarters, 140 N. East 1st Avenue
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
H. EARNEST OVERSTREET
TAX COLLECTOR FOR DADE COUNTY
REMEMBER!
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WITH
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OKA
AS
Justice of
I the Peace
MAY 2. 1944
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PAGE TWELVE
+JmistncrlcUan
FRIDAY. APRH 7,
1944
Hungary to Deliver 3,000 Polish
Jews to Gestapo for "Liquidation9
Istanbul (JTA) Assurances
that 3,000 Polish Jews, some of
whom participated in the battle
of the Warsaw ghetto, will be
handed over to the Gestapo for
deportation to Poland has been
given by the Hungarian puppet
government to the German occu-
pation authorities in Budapest, it
was reported by an Hungarian
diplomat arriving here.
The diplomat suggested that
President Roosevelt's statement
of last week, warning of postwar
reprisals against those helping to
deport or murder Jews in Nazi-
held countries, should be re-
broadcast to Hungary every' day.
He confirmed the reports that
deportations of Jews have al-
ready started and added that the
placed in a concentration camp
by the Gestapo and that raids on
Jewish homes throughout Hun-
gary continue. The report did
not give the name of the rabbi.
"For the last eight days trucks
loaded with Jewa have been pro-
ceeding from Budapest and other
Hungarian cities to unknown
destinations." the report stated.
"Among those arrested are hun-
dreds of the most prominent
Jews in the country', including
the Jewish industrialist Leo
Goldberger who is a personal
friend ol Admiral Horty. the Re-
gent of Hungary." Goldberger
was made a member of the
House of Lords in 1932.
The German Transcontinental
Press reports that Dr. Istvan Kul-
it'duy Mdl inf uiiu iu\jtn uw* mi* rios j e|./"i 10 intit 1/1, m*wi .-^..
new Hungarian puppet cabinet! char, well-known Hungarian an-
has issued an order for immi- j ti-Semite, has been appointed
diate enforcement of all anti-1 Hungarian Commissioner for Un-
Jewish laws. i employed Intellectuals "because
Other reports reaching here | of his" great experience in Jew-
from Budapest reveal that the __
Chief Rabbi of Hungary has been
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I ish public and economic life," to
place Hungarian "'n<,cl'ect,ua'ss
i in posts presently held by Jew*
10.000 "JEWS ARRESTED AND
PLACED IN LABOR CAMPS
Stockholm (JTA)-The Swe-
dish newspaper Svenska Dagbla-
; det reports that more than 10.U00
Jews had been am ted and
placed in concentration camps ">
Huni :. bj last Friday Sev-
eral hundred Jews have com-
mitted suicide and thou-
continue to '.he from their homes
with little hope o! escaping, the
paper says,
The drive against the .lews in
Hungary is conducted undi rGei
man supervision, the report i
tinued. Many of the
Jews are being deported V
known destinations while others
are being conscripted tor slave
lal or. The pro; ertj
Jews is being eon:
further anti-Jewish action of a
more sweeping nature is ex-
pected.
The- Hungarian radio, mean-
while, continues to broad* a I an-
ti-Jewish propaganda It alleges
that about 40.000 Jews have
moved to Budapi st from other
parts of the country since the
outbreak of the war and charges
that "Jewish leaders are taking
against Hungary and I
allies through international con-
nections just as they did in the
last war."
Jewish Congress Hails Cooperation
Between_A merican Russian Jem
New York (JTA)The World toric victories overth7~H^T
J.wish Congress this week an- barbarians which uplift thett
nounced that it has cabled to the of free people throughout?
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee world." Knoul tht
'Rresj
in Moscow greeting the third an-
nual meeting of the Committee.
which will open in the Russian i _
capital on April 2. and hailing 0f more than 30,000 ShLiTS"*
the growing cooperation between | now refugees in Russia P^*
At the same time, the rn
announced that it ha* '
aJl,t_ofihenAm;:sahnadaCd0ffe,1
the Jews of the United States | Palestine, southern Ita v R4
an The Jewish World Congress." ment camps. The list is ava,!w"
the message -aid. "asks you to to persons seeking to locate i
convey warm fraternal greetings tives. The Congress annoimr!"
ate relj.
to"th.M o.e.-entatives of the Jew- j ment adds that'^f'",^"^""0*;
ish people, meeting on April 2, sought are not listed, it win?
as well as to the Third Plenary tempt, through cooperation nf til
Mi eting of the Jewish Anti-Fas- Jewish Agency, the Moscow W
cist Committee-. We recognize f ish Community Council, and on*
these meetings as powerful fac-: groups, to locate them.
tors for the intensification of the, -------------------------
victorious struggle against the { Tn .. uni...,n ..
Hitlerite foe. We rejoice in the tJ Ha3ah X,^?11
,,ng cooperation b,,weenuus ^ A^'and'was'Utft
Haggadah
A D
and are sincerely convinced that panQ l{r
our increasingly closer coopera- '
lion wil contribute powerfully in
finally righting the wrongs en-
dured by the Jewish people for
centuries, We salute- through you
the- heroic peoples of the- USSR
and the Red Army on their his-
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* JewishIk rMinn
PAGE THIRTEEN
ArmV\ Pledges Immediate End of
Discrimination in Freed Countries
Vnrk (JTA) That the
Kc.c eltinafon of Nazi d.s-
00 Sry legislation and regu-
crim,natory k liberated by
fTm "d Nat.ons is a bas.c pol-
*?f he United States Govern-
^Ll was .du-ated by M?Jor Gen-
eral J
of the
letter W
i Ulio. Adjutant General
United States Army, in a
Dr John Slawson.
ex-
vice-president of the Arn-
SSTJewisn committee, made
publi1
here.
. statement of the
UniSd States pohcy foMhe Jc-ws
This official
liherated from Axis
'"S Vas made by General
Sin answer to a suggestion of
Se American Jewtoh Committee
SSt wecific instructions by Am-
ncan occupational forces on
Sty ol food rationing be
fito local authorities in all
^berated areas.
General Ulio, speaking for the
J in Allied Military Gov-
:;',,,,,, (AMG). said: "Our Pol-
toward Germany is based
the fundamental principle
Mazi and all other evil in-
lcy
upon
that
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*
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fluenees and discriminatory prac-
tices shall be completely elimin-
ated. In furtherance of this pol-
icy, your letter is being brought
to the attention of the authorities
charged with the responsibility
of planning for the administration
of civil affairs in territories to be
occupied by our forces."
The letter from the American
Jewish Commitce. pointing out
that "Jews in Axis-occupied Eu-
rope are compelled to subsist on '
about one-half of normal food al-1
lotments," specifically requested
that "complete equality of ration-'
ing will be immediately institu-
ted" for those who previously suf-
fered from discrimination because
the Nazis had issued special ra-
tion cards stamped "Jew."
Dr Slawson said that similar
letters had been sent by the Am-
erican Jewish Committee to the
governments ol Yugoslavia. Po-
land, Norway, Luxemborg,
Greece, Czechoslovakia and the
French Committee of National
Liberation. He indicated that tin-
Norwegian Government through
Francis Irgens, Counselor of the
Norwegian Embassy in Washing-
ton, had written that "as soon as
part or the whole of Norway has
TO ALL
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PASSOVER
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v
El
Washington New York
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MIAMI BEACH
been liberated, rationing will be
taken over by the regular Nor-
wegian authorities and any dis-
criminatory persisting rules will
just be disregarded."
CONGRESSMAN LEX GREEN
IN THIRD RADIO ADDRESS
Congressman Lex Green deliv-
ered the third of a weekly series
of radio talks Monday night
Speaking over WFTL and the
rloriua Mutual network, he re-
ported that he had been cordially
and favorably received in all the
counties he had visited. From
his state headquarters it is re-
ported that thousands of letters
from his friends are pouring in
commending his qualifications
lor governor. It is also noted that
many of the weekly newspapers
in the state favor Lex Green
such as The Palm Beach Sun"
"From the very inception of the
Townsend old-age pension move-
ment in 1934. Lex Green has
been a valiant champion of this
great humanitarian cause The
Orange County Chief": "Lex
Green Florida's next governor."
"The Fort Meyers News-Press":
'Lex Green. Congressman-at-
large. won a straw ballot for gov-
ernor among the members of the
house of representatives at Tal-
lahassee the day before the legis-
lature aajourned."
The voters of Dade and adjoin-
ing counties will have another
opportunity to hear Lex Green
when he delivers his next "heart-
to-heart" talk over station
WFLT Monday. April 10th, at
7:30 P.M,
From Kiev to Western Ukraine and
Down Dneiper Not a Jew Remains
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Moscow(JTA)A Jewish tank-
ist from Biro-Bidjan, now fight-
ing with Red Army troops in the
Ukraine, reveals in a report made
public by the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee here, that from Kiev
down the Dneiper, and westward
to Zhitomar, Vinnitsa and into
the western Ukraine he encoun-
tered no Jews in areas where, be-
fore the German invasion, hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews had
resided.
"From Kiev," he writes, "I rode
through hundreds of inhabited
places along the right bank of
the Dnieper, but there wasn't a
Jew left in any of them. Nor did
I find any Jews in Zhitomar. Ber-
dichev, Belaya, Tschekov or Kaz-
atin. or in the thousands of vil-
lages and towns we took in the
Ukraine. There were thousands
and thousands of Jews living in
these places when the Germans
came."
At the same- lime, the Anti-
Fascist Committee released the
dispositions of many captured
German soldiers, disclosing the
atrocities against Jews committed
by the Nazi troops. Details re-
vealed in these accountswhich
cover cities and towns fro/n one
end of occupied Russia to the
o-
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otherrange from stories which
are unprintable to the relatively
moderate punishment of death by
starvation or machineguns.
A junior officer attached to an
infantry regiment of the 227th
German Grenadier Division dis-
closes that the usual Nazi method
of mass-execution of thousands
of Jews by machinegun fire was
replaced later by a more efficient
and faster procedure. Enormous
numbers of people were jammed
into gigantic pits, most often dug
by the victims, which had been
mined. When the pits were pack-
ed to capacity the mint* were
exploded killing the bulk of the
Jews and covering any who were
not instantly killed with piles.pf
debris which suffocated them.
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Power Broadened in Palestine As
Jewish Immigration Is Abolished
. n---------------------------------. _
Jerusalem (JTA)Adhering to
the terms of the British White
Paper, which has not received
the approval of the League of
Nations and of the United States
Government, the Palestine Ad-
ministration this week closed the
doors of the country to Jewish
immigration, with the exception
of 20,000 refugees who may still
enter. Immigration of Christians
and Moslems will continue.
To prevent any possible dis-
turbances the Palestine Govern-
ment issued an order empowering
every policeman to arrest with-
out any warrant and detain pend-
ing inquiries, any person who
fails to provide satisfactory proof
of his identity, or his reason for
being in the place where he is
apprehended. Persons arrested
may be detained for 48 hours.
The Superintendent of Police
may authorize further detention
up to seven days, but must im-
mediately report the circum-
stances to the Palestine High
Commissioner.
A battle between police and
Jewish terrorists in Haifa and
many raids and arrests here, in
Tel Aviv and other places mark-
ed the first week-end following
the suspension of Jewish immi-
gration into Palestine under the
terms of the White Paper.
The Haifa battle, in which two
policemen were wounded, one fa
tally, occurred when police raid-
ed a house in which they had
been informed a wounded man
was hiding. When they broke in
they found four men, one of
whom was wounded. The Utter
threw a small grenade at the
police officers, and he and his
accomplices escaped in the sub-
sequent confusion. He was ar-
rested later when he sought treat-
ment for his wounds at the Ha-
dassah Hospital.
The police found a duplicating
outfit, some arms and ammuni-
tion and twelve military uni- j
forms in the raided house. The,
dead policeman is Itzhak Polany. |
39, a Polish-born Jew who joined
the police force in 1927. The
other officer wounded was a
British inspector named Cole. He
ifl reported recovering.
Resenting the fact that collec-
tive responsibility has been im-
posed upon all the Jews in Pal-
estine for the criminal acts of a
small group of desperadoes. Jew-
ish leaders this week asked that
the curfew be lifted. They reit-
erated their argument that the
twelve-hour curfew which starts
at 6 p. m. is affecting Jewish
trade and industry and is causing
tremendous economic dislocation.
The collective punishment is con-
sidered especially unfair in view
of the fact that the Government
is well aware that the small
croup of terrorists does not rec-
ognize the authority of the lead-
ers of the Jewish community/
At a meeting of leaders of cen-
tral Jewish bodies, including the
rabbinate, it was decided to do
everything possible to combat
the small terrorist groups. Relig-
ious sanctions against terrorists
were among the measures adopt-
ed The meeting also authorized
the Jewish Agency and the Jew-
ish National Council to take fur-
ther moral sanctions against the
terrorist groups in order to de-
prive them of any possible assis-
tance from individual members
of the community .
How much further Jewish
leaders can go in asssisting the
authorities to check terroristic
activities ifl a question still to re-
solved. Are they supposed to or-
ganize vigilante bands operating
outside the law to fight crime.
This seems to be the only pos-
sible step beyond moral sanc-
tions. But there is little doubt
that the first effect of vigilante,
action would be to widen the
present terrorist activity into
civil war between Jews. In ad-
dition, the Palestine Government,
which does not admit any break-
down in law enforcement, would
react most vigorously if th< Jew-
ish Agency, or any other body.
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tried to take the law into their
own hands. ,
David Ben-Gurion, chairman ol
the executive committee of the
Jewisn Agency, addressing a
mass meeting in Tel Aviv, one of
several held throughout the
country to discuss the rescue of
European Jews, condemned the
recent outbreaks of terror, but
expressed wonderment at the
fact that the police have not
searched more earnestly lor
the terrorists. He added, "maybe
the Administration wants to show
that the entire Yishuv is guilty?
Ben-Gurion stated that the Jews
are fighting against the White
Paper policywhich he described
as "the fruit of the opportunism
of present British policy"but
"are not at war with British po-
licemen or clerks."
Urging Palestine Jews to re-
main calm, he asserted that ter-
ror onlv bolsters the proponents
of the "White Paper policy. He
expressed confidi nee that after
the war. the democratic world
will not be oblivious to the plight
of the Jews. The Agency chair-
man also urged that the Jews of
Europe not only be supplied with
hn ad. or means of escape, but
also with arms to defend them-
selves.
A delegation of the New Zion-
ist Organization this week visited
the Chief Secretary of the Pal-
FRIDAY, APRH 7.1^
estine Government anH
out to him that the KLfiH*
though adhering to aX&K
active political struggle KuL0'
aganda for free Jewish 'na-
tion and for the establifir?';
Palestine as a Jew.sn sK? {
against violence or terror ty
delegation expressed reeroi .
the bloodshed and the caused by the recent oSSS.
by Jewish extremist youthtTS
urged that the Palestine &!
ment take "sympathetic m!'
ures to calm the Jews *T
country. "*
Archaeologists have establish^
that the date of the exodus X
Jews from Egyptian slavery w=!
1447 B.C.. and that the pharS
of the Passover story was Thot
mes III.
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with the Passover Holiday, the festival
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+Jewish fkrldlan
PAGE FIFTEEN
NcW York (JTA) Assurance
hat Jewish member! of the arm-,
S forces ." every part of the
world Will be enabled to observe
,hc Passuvei iVhich begins Fri-
day eve, April 7, was given this
J?,k by Frank L. Weil, president
rf the National Jewish Welfare
Board In his report on the holi-
day activities <>f the Board.
Shipment of matzoth, sacra-
mental wine Haggadoth and
other Passover supplies, began |
lot November, Mr. Weil reveal-!
'd to date more than 400,000,
box,, v ,-h. 7.000 gallons of |
wine and 1H0.0OO Passover prayer!
books have been shipped by the
:; Welfare Board and are
awaiting distribution to the ier-
vicemen and women through reg*.
EPPEHSOM
FOR
CONGRESS
ular army channels.
A circular letter (issued by the
Army to unit commanders in
North Africa reads; Through the
same channels that subsistence
rations are drawn, a ration of
matzath may be drawn for every
Jewish man in the theater. This
unleavened bread has been pro-
vided by the Jewish Welfare
Board. Haggadoth are packed in
cases, one for each ration. You
may find that a group of your
men wish to assemble for a Seder
service, if there are no homes to
which they may be invited, nor a
Jewish chaplin in the immediate
vicinity to conduct a service for
them. Please give such groups
any help they need in organizing
the Seder." Similar circular let-
ters have been issued in every
theater of war, Mr. Weil re-
ported.
Washington (JTA) -It was un-
officially reported In Washington
this week that President Roose-
velt has cabled Emir Abdullah
of Transjordan assuring him that
no action will be taken on the'
Palestine questions prior to con-
sultations with both Arabs and:
Jews. The Roosevelt message |
was sent in reply to a recent
cable from Emir Abdullah in I
connection with the Palestine
resolution in Congress.
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Stockholm (JTA)All Jews in
Hungary over six years of age
are now obliged to wear yellow
badges, it was announced over
the German-controlled Hungar-
ian radio.
The announcement also said
that Jews possessing telephones
must report that fact to the police
authorities. Swedish newspapers
report that Hungarian authorities
have already started removing
telephones from Jewish homes.
The new anti-Jewish measures,
which follow the pattern laid
down by the Nazis m Germany
and in occupied countries, were
adopted at B session of the new
Hungarian puppet cabinet. No
official communique was issued,
but it is understood that the cab-
inet adopted "important deci-
sions for the solution of the Jew-
ish problem." the Budapest radio
reported.
The new Hungaiian Minister of
the Interior, in a broadcast over
the Budapest radio, announced
that he will wage "a merciless
war" against the Jews. "I stake
my position on the liquidation of
the Jewish elements and of the
Socialists," he said.
The Swedish press reports that
the Hungarian Government has
received an order from Berlin to
provide housing for 300,000 Ger-
mans whose homes have been de-
stroyed as a result of Allied air
raids. These Germans, who are
to arrive in Hungary next week,
will be placed in the homes of
Jews from Budapest and other
Hungarian cities who are being
arrested and deported. Hungar-
ian official quarters estimated
that there are 53,000 flats in
Budapest inhabited by Jews/
The deportation of Hungarian
Jews is now being speeded up.
Herded into cattle trains, thou-
sands of Jews are being sent to
Czechoslovakia, while others have
been placed in concentration
camps inside Hungary. The Swed-
ish newspaper Aftonidningen this
week reports that the Hungarian
Primate. Justinian Cardinal Ser-
ei has appealed to the German
ambassador in Budapest for mild-
er treatment "at least of Jews
who have accepted Catholicism."
PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL
UNITED NATIONS AID
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
Washington (JTA)Sir Arthur
Salter, Acting Director General
of the United Nations Relief and
Rehab ilitation Administration,
this week announced that the
second session of the UNRRA
Council will be convened in Can-
ada sometime in June.
"A decision has been reached
by th-.- Central Committee to con-
vene the second session of the
Council in June," the announce-
ment said. "We have been in-
formed that the Canadian Gov-
ernment would welcome plans to
have the Council meeting in Can-
ada and arrangements are now
being -.-ompleted to determine a
suitable opening day and place
for the meeting. The exact time
and place for the meeting will be
announced shortly."
President Roosevelt signed this
week the bill authorizing United
States participation in the United
Nations Relief and Rehabilitation
Administration. While the legis-
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PAGE SIXTEEN
vjewistfhrldlati
FRIDAY, APRE 7. im
B'nai B'rith Girls Give Liberally
To Red Cross War Fund Drive
The American Red Cross War
Fund Campaign is now in thfi
midst of efforts to secure the
balance of funds necessary to
reach the 1944 goal. The Rea
Cross Office has announced the
receipt of a contribution from the
B'nai B'rith Girls among the
many received from Jewish or-
ganizations in this area. The let-
ter accompanying the contribu-
tion stated:
"We realize how nominal this
amount is but we feel that every
little bit counts in helping you
carry on your highly commend-
able work. Our members, who
range from the ages of fifteen to
nineteen, are deeply interested in
your work for we all have some-
one dear to us serving In the
armed forces of our country."
The Women's Auxiliary, Jew-
ish War Veterans, contributed
$26 to the Red Cross War Fund
drive following a meeting when
they were shown the March of
Time Red Cross film, "At His
Side." Mrs. Frank Kline took the
money into Red Cross headquar-
ters, H. H. Hyman, chairman of
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the Dade Red Cross War Fund
drive, reported this week.
The Red Cross drive is still
only a little more than halfway
past its 1944 goal of $464,000, but
workers will continue until that
sum is reached.
ZIONIST EMERGENCY BODY
JOINS IN CONDEMNATION
N<*w York (JTA)The Ameri-
can Zionist Emergency Council,
representing all major Zionist
groups in the United States, this
week issued a statement con-
demning the recent terroristic
outbreaks in Palestine.
At a meeting of the council, a
resolution was adopted support-
ing the stand taken by the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, which
has announced that "the deadly
hand which directed these crimes
is unwittingly or maliciously
helping the enemies of the Jew-
ish people."
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Harry S. HiRgins acting con-
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Beach, is a candidate for election
in his own right, county officials
reported Monday.
Hicgins has been acting con-
stable since August, 1942. when
John S. Baber. the incumbent,
obtained leave of absence to en-
ter military service.
In qualifying. Higgins said he
had reached an agreement witn
Baber to resign when the latter
returns after the war. This coins*'
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re-election in absentia.
Higgins came to Miami in 1925
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pointment as deputy constable
four years ago.
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Jacksonville.
Dear Editor:
To all the readers of your val-
uable and welcome paper, I wish
a pleasant and happy Pesach.
May it bring near the fulfilment
of the Pcsachc Hope of Freedom
for all the children of men.
Most cordially.
Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob
H. Kaplan.
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Eden Says Britain and U. S. P(an
Further Action to Save Europe^s]^
puppet governments, the F
j'r assm.
other oppressed people "wUi S
be forgotten when the iZl??1
London (JTA) Further joint
acUon by the United States and
Great Britain looking towards the
,-. ue of Jews and other perse-
cuted people from Nazi-occupied
countries is under discussion, it
wa8 revealed in the House of
Commons this week by Foreign
Secretary Anthony Eden.
Asked for a statement defining
the British Government's attitude
on the question of assisting the
imperiled Jews of Hungary and
the other satellite states. Mr.
Eden declared that "His Majesty s
Government, in common with the
other Allies, as the hour of Ger-
many's defeat grows nearer re-
its detestation of the Ger-
man crimes and its determination
that those guilty will be brought
to justice. The satellites, who
are expelling their citizens to
destinations named by Berlin
must know that such action is
tantamount to assisting in this
inhuman persecution."
In a combined warning and ap-
peal to the people of the German
Moritz M. Drucker and Farnily of
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Secretary said that;" IhejT1**
persecuting Jews an
itenwh the'inevUaffi
defeat of Europe's arch-on.
comes." but th.? "His^a $
Government wishes to make
that those who have folkiwMiC
' ^so notffft
right path
will
the
gotten in the final recknnin.
There is still an opportunity"^
continued, "f"r ^
for the mercifiu 2
-------r.j ...^ir acts of humaniiv
and for the guilty to make 255
be releasing their victims 2
making restitution to them"
Eden said further that the'eov
ernment would cooperate with all
private and official bodies to r
cue and maintain as far as dm
sible all persons menaced by Njri
terror. He agreed to take th
necessary steps to see that hk
statement would be brought tn
"the attention of those
cerned."
con-
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HUDAY^APRElZli^
+Jewish Fluridton
PAGE SEVENTEEN
THE SEDER COMES TO THE ARMY
By SAMUEL BEN MAYER
(Copyright, 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Soon the reports will be com-
tt will come from battle-
far at sea; they will come
newly won beachheads in
iuily and the Sou* Sea__.sles.
ship
i'J.. will come from hundreds of
Th^"'11 S continental U. S. A.
Cm Guadalcanal. New
numea. Alaska. Australia. India.
Srica Iceland. England Iran.
Panama. Hawaii, the West Indies
wherever American troops are
S 52 They will tell thestory
Ufhuee communal Sedarim for
Srnuosof 1000 Jewish soldiers or
Lre They will tell the story of
Satzoth and wine delivered to
"dividual Jewish soldiers in
y outposts of the world-
Ty will tell the story of relig-
ious observances made possible
(or Jewish soldiers in the very
front lines of battle.
For weeks and months now,
mr since the past November, the
National Jewish Welfare Board
has been making arrangements.
Passover foods, haggadahs. wine
everything necessary is readv
and available. Our Jewish men
and women in uniform are being
taken care of this year. We need
no further guarantee of this than
a quick review of what happened
last year.
Figures alone do not give the
whole story of what JWB accom-
plished in the Passover of 1943.
but the story is not complete
without the figures.
In the continental United
States many of our Jewish sol-
diers and sailors were able to go
home for the Passover holidays
The JWB, through chaplains, field
staffs and local communities, ar-
ranged Sedarim for 115,000 men
however. Military regulations
make it impossible to quote, even
now, the number of men who
were served overseas, but it can
definitely be stated that every
Jewish soldier far from home,
whose military duties permitted,
had the opportunity to attend re-
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eavened bread, and to observe
the Passover ceremonies in the
traditional manner.
The wonder of it can best be
expressed in the words of Barney
Koss who was in Cleveland dur-
ing the Passover holidays:
"Only a couple of months ago
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Shells were exploding all around
me then. Waves of bombing
planes were coming over and I
hid in a foxhole that had been
getting a little deeper every day
since I dug it.
"I couldn't have imagined that
in a few months Guadalcanal
would be completely in American
hands, with Jewish men among
our troops there holding a Seder
out in the open air, to celebrate
both our victory on Guadalcanal
and the victory of the Children
of Israel who fought for freedom
against Pharaoh."
In New Guinea. Passover serv-
ices Were held for more than 600
men in a coconut grove within a
grenade throw of the Japanese
lines. Chaplain E. A. Levi was
down with malaria fever, but he
insisted on staying and conduct-
ing the Seder.
In Iran, there were not suffi-
cient matzoth, so Chaplain David
Rubin enlisted the services of a
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squad of U. S. Army bakers, who
prepared a supplementary supply
under his supervision. Six Seda-
rim were held in the Iran area.
In one area of Australia, the
nearest Jewish chaplain was 400
miles away, presiding at another
Seder. The Chief Protestant
Chaplain of the area took com-
plete charge, distributed JWB
supplies, and secured a restau-
rant and supervised the Seder.
The sea of military uniforms was
broken by a little island in civil-
ian clothestwo men and a wo-
manthe entire Jewish popula-
tion of that area. Said one of
these Australian Jews:
"This is the first Seder I have
attended in 30 years. Until now
I had been worried about the
continuity of our people. With
only three of us within hundreds
of miles, and with stories of the
virtual wiping out of Jewry in
Central Europe, I had begun to
believe that perhaps our stock
was dying out. Suddenly I see
several hundred young, vigorous
American Jews, and now I know
our people are still carrying on.
This splendid sight warms my
heart, for it is a token that come
what may to you or me, our peo-
ple will go on forever."
In Great Britain, more than a
dozen communal Sedarim were
held, in which not only Ameri-
cans participated, but Canadian,
British, Australian, New Zealand,
French, Polish and Czech troops
as well. In addition, hundreds of
homes were opened to our men
throughout the United Kingdom.
Hindu and Moslem officials at-
tended the Seder conducted by
Chaplain Abraham Dubin in In-
dia. In Morocco, Egypt, Iraq and
Palestine, services and Sedarim
were held.
In North Africa, the U. S. Army
was advancing, and with the
Army, advanced Chaplain Earl
Stone. As each town was recap-
tured. Chaplain Stone would
make arrangements with the lo-
cal rabbi to prepare the Passover.
Army flour was issued to the
native Jewish bakers who pre-
pared the unleavened bread in
the same ancient kilns and in the
same manner that their forefath-
ers had used since the first Jews
arrived in North Africa from Pal-
estine, centuries ago.
The Passover of last year is al-
ready an old story. But every
year at Passover, it is part of our
tradition to retell an old, old
story, and to gain from it new
sources of hope and inspiration
and life. Let us hope that by next
year, most of those now in the
services will be observing the
Passover in their own homes.
"
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PASSOVER-A FESTIVAL OF ETERNAL
SIGNIFICANCE
By MARTIN SILVER
Each year, as the Passover sea-
son returns, we arc struck anew
by the eternal values which it
embodies. There are some holi-
days and festivals, which, with
the passing of centuries, have lost
much of their original signiti-
cance. and are important to us
chiefly for sentimental reasons,
or for the tradition which they
represent. Other holidays are val-
uable and significant in certain
crises in human affairs, but be-
tween such periods of stress are
relatively dead and meaningless.
Passover, with a few of the other
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great religious holidays, is as im-
portant today as it was at toe
time of the Exodus, and its sig-
nificance remains unalteicu.
whether the year be one oi great
suffering or one of great joy for
the Jews. The explanation of
this lies in the fact that Passover
appeals to two of the most lunda-
mental of human interests: the
education of the young; and the
importance of indiviuual freedom
in its broadest sense
The education of the young,
one of the primary aims Oi 1 BSS-
over, is the mam concern ot tne
Seder, the service with which the
Passover season begins. The word
Seder" means "order.' and it is
an abbreviation ot the real name
for the celebration, "the order oi
the service for the night oi i ass-
over." At the Seder, it is the
cuty of every father to explain
Passover to his son. "And thou
shalt tell thy son on that day say-
ing it is because of that which
the Lord did for me when I came
forth out of Egypt." The Hag-
gadah, or "the telling," designed
to help the father in performing
this duty, describes the four types
of sonsthe wise son. the wicked
son, the ignorant son. and the
foolish son.and explains how
the true significance of the oc-
casion can best be made clear to
each. With an understanding ot
pedagogical principles remark-
able even in our time, and inoth-
ing short of miraculous in the
day .n which it was written. th.
svmbolism of the Seder is ex-
Plamed in the Haggadah in terms
which should be IntdUjpbte
only to the youngest ABA but
also to an adult unfamiliar With
the ceremony. Further. h sym-
bolism does much to ronyey tw
underlying values of the l asa
over feast.
At the seder meal, a plate^con-
taining the shank bone oi a tomb,
a roMted egg. bitter herbs, charo-
Beth, and three specially prepared
matzob is placed before the bead
of the household. The shank bone
represents the paschal lamb. ><
sacrifice in the cays when the
Temple was still standing. The
roasted egg is said to represent
the hagigah, or supplementary
sacrifice of ancient days. The bit-
ter herbs remind us of the bitu r
lot of our ancestois wlu. served
as Paraoh's bondsmen, and th
charoseth recalls the mortar
which they had to mix in the
course of their service in bgypt.
The Seder begins with foul
questions, asked by the youngest
child present who is able to talK
-Why is this night different from
all other nights On all other
nights we may eat any kind "I
herbs; on this night only bitter
herbs. On all other nights we do
not dip even once; on this night
twice. On all other nights we
may eat either upright or lean-
ing; on this night we all lean.
The father explains that the un-
leavened breao is like the bread
which our ancestors ate in the
haste of their flight from Egypt.
when they had no leaven, and
no time to wait for the bread to
rise The bitter herbs too he ex-
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oven -f this occasion when we
, ,,,-ate our freedom from slave-
ry ourjoy must be tempered by
)Ur collection of the suffering
Which our emancipation caused
Egyptians. It is because of
s that at the mention of each
S the plagues which befell the
Fgv t.ans we ipiU some wine
no our cups, SO that our cup
"ov may not be tilled to over-
flowing when we think of the
ct at which our freedom was
won The dipping of the herbs
and the reclining at table are ex-
,,,, M symbols of the festal
'n.,um. ,,, the occasion, since both
f these were inseparable parts
0| an oriental banquet
A final touch designed to keep
eVen the youngest present alert
and interested to the very end
of the meal is the hiding of the
afikomon. The ailkomon is a
niece of the cent, i matzoth. put
aside early in the service to be
saved for dessert Hie youngest
at the table watch their oppor-
tunity, and. when the meal is end-
ed and the afikomon is needed to
continue the service, father must
pretend inability to find it. and
among general hilarity, must offer
,, rewaro for its return. He a
alwavs successful, for after eat-
ing of the afikomon comes the
part of the Seder which the chil-
dren love best--tin singing of the
traditional song.-- and nursery
rhymes, '
The second enduring value of
Passover is the stress which is
placed on the importance of in-
dividual freedom. Many peoples
m ancient times passed through
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ethical importance which ft
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requisite for religious growth'
Passover holds up the iEalS
true personal liberty as one n
the most important of man's gJ
given rights, and remind* us thai
like all such rights, we must cher
ish it and prize it if we are
retain it. w
Thus we find in Passover a
festival of eternal importance be-
cause its values are universal Th
problem of making moral'jJ
spiritual values live for children
is on familiar to parents every-
where. The Seder service helni
every father not only to "tell hoi
son," in order that the Sea'erwiU
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the eternal problems of individual
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PAGE NINETEEN
A "JEWISH CONRER" OF
SOVIET RUSSIA
By RAYMOND A. DA VIES
(Copyright. 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
(Editor
s Note: Since its forma-
-(!T year. .80. the Jewish
ftjh&t Committee In Rus-
M-ras* thc agency through
ftffffjSw of the Soviet
^Kl have re-established
con-
. have re-estaDiisnea wm-
"Twiththe Jews of the rest of
2? Democratic world after an
"! mi.nt of a qxarter of a
-ffiTThe foiling article
w ur Davi.-s. a CanpJian journ-
S^WrttShespe^lly for the
w,'sh Telegraphic Agency Rives
nlav by-Play description of how
fffltec. carries on its far-
flung activities.)
There is no doubt that one of
the most interesting Jewish cor-
I" of the world is the head-
Sters of the Jewish Anti-Fas-
t Committee here in Moscow.
A1i day long through its doors
L the world's best Jewish
Shters-Kuerrillas. captains ma-
ors privatesana some of the
worlds best Jewish writers, ac-
tors, poets and musicians._______
All intonations of Yiddish can
be heard here: Yiddish of the
Ukrainian steppes, of Poland, of
Lithuania, of the towns and vil-
lages of Latvia. The Yiddish that
is heard here is the tongue of war,
unyielding war for the destruc-
tion of fascism, which, for thc
first time in history, nearly suc-
ceeded in destroying the Jewish
people.
The other cay I sat in the ante-
room of the Committee for sev-
eral hours. I was fascinated by
the activity, by the color, by the
kaleidoscopic effect produced by
the coming and going of so many
people who the world knows by
name, and whom this correspond-
ent from abroad long wanted to
see in person. Lovely groups of
uniformed and civilian men and
women were gathered around the
desks arguing about something
or other.
I decided to go in and visit
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States, Canada, Latin-America
and Great Britain. Feffer greet-
ed me with a broad smile. I re-
membered Feffer's smile from the
time I met him during a reception
in honor of him and Prof. Solo-
mon Mikholes at the George
Street Settlement in Toronto, at-
tended by the Lieut.-Governor of
Toronto and other luminaries.
By Feffer's side, also rising to
greet me, was Snacno Epstein,
well known to American and
Canadian Jewish readers for his
literary works. Epstein is the
executive secretary of the Com-
mittee and editor of its newspaper
"Einikait." Feffer is assistant
editor of the paper.
I also met other members of the
staff of the Committee and of
"Einikait," inclding the noted
writer David Bergelson, the poet
Peretz Markisch and another
poet, Samuel Galkin; also Lev
Kvitko, outstanding children's
poet and assistant secretary of the
Committee.
I cannot remember all the per-
sons I met, but the ones who
stuck in my mind were the many
men and women in uniform. One
who struck me particularly was
a dark-eyed girl in uniform wear-
ing the Partisan Meoal, First
Class. Her name, I was told, was
Sarah Cohen. She is slight and
dark haired, and could not be
called beautiful, but there was an
air of self-confidence and calm-
ness about her. And no wonder.
For over two years she had been
the doctor of a partisan detach-
ment deep in the enemy rear.
We asked our guiae what the
young doctor was doing in the
Committee's office. "She came
to tell us how her partisan band
took two villages," he replied,
"and how she and another Jew
who must remain nameless be-
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cause he is still working in Ger-
man territoryparticipated in the
action.
I also met Ilya Gordon. A more
unmilitary figure I have rarely
seen, but he is a Senior Lieuten-
ant in a Guards Regiment and
wears the Order of the Red Star
for valor. "How'd you get it?"
I asked him. "In the course of
my work," he replied laconically.
Gordon told me how he read to
the Ukrainians, Usbecks, Rus-
sians and Georgians, articles re-
porting the exploits of Jews in
the army and on the home front.
He told me that his soldiers are
greatly interested in what their
Allies are doing and how soon
they could expect a second front.
Gordon said both he and his men
had high words of praise for the
supplies sent from the United
States and Canaoa.
I also met Dr. Boris Shimelio-
vitch. head of the great Botkin
Hospital, and an active member
of the Committee. Dr. Shimelio-
vich asked me to convey his
thanks for the medicines received
from Canada and the United
States and to stress that a great
for a Happy Passover/
deal of medical supplies were still
needed.
And there were many others
in the Committee's offices: Yuri
Finkel, a Belo-Russian scientist;
Chaim Grade, the Vilna poet;
Capt. Kushirov, well known Jew-
ish poet and playright, now edi-
tor of a Red Army divisional
newspaper.
Leaving the Committee's head-
quarters, I felt that I had visited
a genuine headquarters in the
fight against Fascism, one of the
finest of its kina in Moscow and
the world.
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the seder table literally, many
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HIS JOB TO SAVE JEWS OF EUROPE
By MURIEL LEVIN
(Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
(An interview with John W.
Pehle, Executive Director of the
War Refugee Board).
John W. Pehle is doing a job.
A quiet personality, he is doing
what many would consider the
most dramatic job in the world
today.
With the world in the midst of
war, with millions threatened
with masssacre and homelessness,
he is saving lives from a small,
quiet office in the Treasury
Building.
Only a decade out of Yale Law
School, he has spent those 10
years in government service,
making a career of what some
would regard as the dullest clerk-
ing. He worked up to the position
of director of Foreign Funds Con-
trol, gained wide experience in
dealing with foreign governments
and U. S. departments and agen-
cies, came into close contact with
representatives of private relief
agencies. Now he has Income
boss of the War Refugee Board.
Pehle was appointed acting ex-
ecutive director of the board
early in February, shortly after it
was created by President Roose-
velt. The organization consists of
Secretary of State Cordell Hull.
Secretary of War Henry L. Stim-
son and Secretary of the Treas-
ury Henry Morgenthau. Jr.
Thus far he has only a small
staff, but the Presidential order
creating the board provided for
the appointment of special at-
taches to United States embas1
sies at foreign capitals where
refugees may be helped. One of
these, Ira Hirschmann, has al-
ready started work at Ankara.
Other representatives will soon
be sent to Switzerland, Spain
and Portugal.
Many refugeessometimes 100
a weekmake the cold and dif-
ficult trip across the Pyrenees in-
to Spain, where the Franco gov-
ernment has received many thou-
sands. Others make their way
from Rumania to Turkey, or from
Yugoslavia to Italy in small
boats. About 6.000 Jews escaped
from Denmark to neutral Sweden
when Nazi persecutions in the
first of the occupied countries be-
came especially severe late last
year.
The board's job is to strengthen
the underground forces that are
helping the clandestine escape.
and to empty the havens so that
more will be admitted.
Pehle said that the most prom-
ising way of getting large num-
bers of refugees out of Hitler-
occupied Europe was through the
Balkans. This could be done over-
land through Bulgaria, or by sea
from Rumania. With the permis-
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a development.
He explained that the Inter-
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agees has a somewhat different
task than that of the WRB. which
will probably work more closely
with the United Nations Relief
and Rehabilitation AdminiMi.i-
tion.
The Intergovernmental Com-
mittee is charged with planning
the permanent resettlement 01
refugees who will not. for one
reason or another, return to their
homes. The problem of theiWKB
is to save livesnow. UNKliA
deals with the relief problems of
refugees at the time an area 18
liberated by the Alln
The War Refugee Board. Pehle
told this correspondent, has not
vet gone to Congress for money
because it wants to have some-
thing tangible to show. Author-
ized to accept contributions from
voluntary soura s, th< WRB has
already received one cheek for
1,000 from the Hebrew Immi-
grant Aid and Sheltering Society.
There have not been any other
large contributions, but the WRB
can always find a private agency
FRIDAY, APRIL 7, |*
ready to do a specific jobusu-
ally the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee.
A few words about Pehe him-
self He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Otto W. Pehle of Omaha,
Nebraska. His lather, formerly
with the Loose-Wiles Biscuit
Company, is now in the oil busi-
ness.
Pehle and his wife live in a
log cabin in Bethesda, Maryland.
Mrs Pehle, an artist, is the
daughter of a former professor of
bacteriology at Cornell. They
have two children. John W. Jr.,
who is four, and Stephen, six
months Old. Pehle likes to gar-
den, admits to B fondness for the
detective stories of Dorothy Say-
ers, bowls regularly with a
of lawyers in Foreign Funri*r
trol. and smokes a K n"
stantly. pipc >n.
When interviewed at the i
seemed tired, for he leaned S
in his chair with his eye, el.
His relaxed appearance, how^
was in direct contrast to hS,'
and comprehensive answers ,
questions. s ">
He replied modestly anrf
phasized that it was J^t^
tant to actually save Peopim
to talk about saving them w
said that he could attribute litii!
specifically to his own efforts Z
point out that progress was bein,
made. '"*
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1944
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PAGE TWENTY-ONE
EXPERT HAS PLAN FOR PALESTINE
By DAVID GREEN
(Copyright, 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.)
. in a while along,
Evl'r>, toS that combines the
CC Urtic f *e scientist with
2?5S fervor of the prophet,
ti ,tmr Land of Promise" is
HI book No student of hu-
SU n affan who is interested in
iTshai Ol the Postwar world
5n ttforo to mi it
n, Walter C Lowdermilk. as-
?[! Cl ol the Soil Conser-
* cervce of the U. S. De-
va"" Agriculture, tells the
SSS'S only Of B land but of a
L"tS book is a result of
^ey made on the spot by the
author "who >';"1 abroad in
Kterests ol land conservation
Jfi United States. Dr. Low-
denmlk traveled widely in the
\,ar East and made an intensive
dv the lands and their peo-
ples A "it. he envisions a
new civilization rising along the
hanks of the Jordanand tells us
in the practical language of the
reelamationist how this is to be
done: by the creation of the Jor-
can Valley Authority.
The JVAas he refers to it. a
counterpart of TVA in Palestine
would reconstruct Palestine up-
on a scale of gnat magnitude to
accommodate a population of at
least six millions. He sees the re-
blossoming of an ancient terri-
tory that flourished in the time
of Christ to the extent of sup-
porting, according to various es-
timates, anywhere from three to
six million people.
Reviewing the soil history of
Palestine, Dr. Lowdermilk found
abundant evidence of a remark-
able period of prosperity. Tell-
ing testimony (.t great density ol
population can be read in the
number of abandoned village
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OPEN TUESDAY EVENINGS
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
TIME FOR A SMART INSIDE JOB
A tource of income you may have overlooked is that extra room which
you could rent with profit. Brighten it with new furniture, drapes, or
rugs"t' not ,ne upkeep, it's the initial expense. And common sense
telli you you can get a better price and a more desirable tenant if you
hive a really attractive room or apartment to offer. We shall be glad
to suggest decorating schemes. You can apply the trade-in credit of
your old furniture against the new purchase.
BUY MORE WAR BONDS!
sites that cover the landscape.
The well-built, rock-walled ter-
races have fallen into neglect and
ruin, and over extensive areas
soils have been washed off the
slopes to bed rock. Ruins of
dams, cisterns, aqueducts and ir-
rigation canals show us that at
one time Palestine reached a
high degree of fertility.
The decline of the soil of Pal-
estine began with the first Arab
invasion during the seventh cen-
tury and reached its darkest
stage during the four hundred
years of Turkish rule from 1517
to 1918. (Ttie old Turkish regime
was nothing like the progressive
Turkey of today.) The results of
this period of neglect are still
very apparent in the land. Dr.
Lowdermilk found that the de-
cline was brought about not bv
advene changes of climate but
by man-made devastation and
neglect,
The author has the highest
praise for the spirit of coloniza-
tion of the Jewish settlers since
1882 and especially for their ac-
complishments of the past quar-
ter century. "This effort is the
must remarkable we have seen
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
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while studying land use in 24
countries," he- states. Having
seen the remarkable strides made
by these Jewish settlers in their
300 colonies with comparatively
small reclamation projects, he has
great hopes for the tremendous
possibilities once the JVA is es-
tablished.
Dr. Lowdermilk draws com-
parisons between the coloniza-
tion in Palestine and the coloni-
zation in America. There were
hardships and dangers in both
cases. "But in the case of Pales-
tine, it had to be done on old and
impoverished soil rather than on
new and bountiful land.
Jewish colonization, though
confined only to 6 per cent of the
land, has shown what remark-
able progress can be wrought by
a people with the will and the
ingenuity. "A people with faith
and devotion born of long tradi-
tion has changed desolation into
fertile lands, fruitful orchards.
Their work is an example to
other countries in their need to
restore wasted lands, and is vi-
tally important for hundreds of
thousands of refugees for whom
it means the only chance for se-
curity and human existence."
The several chapters devoted
to the agricultural and industrial
progress of Palestine in recent
years make interesting and in-
formative reading. Induced are
a number of full-page photo-
graphs.
The author attributes the neg-
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y
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SEASON'S BEST WISHES
National Produce
Co.. Inc.
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if
GEORGE LANGER
THE SUN MS
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Extends to All His Jewish
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
JAe, (% 4 nUcuni Bjexveh
TAKES PLEASURE IN EXTENDING TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy 9mMouA
LOOKING FORWARD TO THE BRIGHT FUTURE THAT WILL
BRING TO A SUCCESSFUL CULMINATION THE IDEALS,
HOPES AND ASPIRATIONS OF ALL HUMANITY.
lect of the lands of the Near East
to the political economy preva-
lent there. "Unless the farmer
has a square deal for himself he
will not give a square deal to the
land." The Arab peasants have
always been exploited by their
been conducive to any display of
ruling classes and this has not
enthusiasm or initiative on their
part. Arab landlords have often
taken as much as 55 per cent of
the grass yield from the Arab
peasant. The Jewish settlements
can show the Arab peasant the
way to progress.
Dr. Lowdermilk, in the course
of 18.000 miles of travel through
Arab lands, was impressed by the
relative progress made by Pales-
tinian Arabs as compared with
the Arabs in neighboring coun-
tries. Evidence of the benefcial
effect of Jewish colonization on
the Arabs is found in the increase
of the Arab population in Pales-
tine by over 80 per cent in the
period from 1920 to 1940. There
is no basic antagonism between
Arab and Jew, and Arab leaders
in the future may find it to their
advantage to utilize the construc-
tive assistance of the Jewish Pal-
estine in raising the entire Near
East to a higher elevel of pros-
perity and culture. In this con-
nection, the author recalls the
friendship of the late King Feisal
in welcoming Jews to the Holy
Land.
The rising nationalist spirit of
Continued on Page 24
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
+Jewish fhridlian
FRIDAY. APRIL 7,
1944
Passover Today and Yesterday
By RUTH LOWEN
(Copyright, 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
The holiday of Passover did not
always have the significance for
us that it has today. It acquired
its present meaning as a celebra-
tion of freedom from oppression
during the centuries that the
Jews suffered most from persecu-
tion, from the days of the Sec-
ond Temple in the Roman Em-
pire through the Middle Ages and
up to the present time. In the
earliest days of Jewish history.
Pesach was the celebration of the
arrival of Spring, and in that
sense only was it considered a
holiday of the renewal of hope.
If the sufferings endured in
the time of the Roman Empire
could emphasize the significance
of Pesach as a time of redemp-
tion and delivery from slavery,
how much more significant should
it become during the present days
of stress! But these are times
when, not only Jews, but national
and racial groups all over the
world are undei going the same
destruction and annihilation at
the hands of the Nazis. Although
Pesach particularly commemor-
ates the escape the escape of the
Israelites from bondage in Egypt,
it is a holiday that can be ap-
preciated by all peoples, contain-
ing as it does a universal appeal
for sympathy with all enslaved
peoples and a hope for their de-
liverance.
The Seder ceremonies, perhaps
more than any other, have
brought about a feeling of kin-
snip among the Jewish people.
When we sit down to the reading
of the Haggadah. the arinking of
the wine, and the feasting, we
know that Jews al over the world
are performing the same rituals,
singing the same hymns and ex-
periencing the same emotions. It
it the occasion for all members
of the family to gather together
to partake of the traditional va-
riety of foods and their appropri-
ate blessings. Proudly, the young-
est son or grandson asks the four
questions as to the meaning of
the evening and the customs of
the occasion. The answer is the
narration of the story of the
Egyptian servitude and the escape
of the Israelites across the desert
and the Red Sea. The whole
family accompanies the father in
the reading and chanting of the
Haggadah.
In his novel, "The Rabbi of Ba-
charach%" the poet Heine says:
"The tune of the chant is a fear-
fully hearty one; it lulls and
soothes, and at the same time it
rouses and calls, so that even
those Jews who long since turned
from the faith of their fathers and
seek strange ways and foreign
honors are touched when the
well-remembered chants of re-
ach happen to reach their ears
Thus, it is not only the record
contained in the Haggadah that j
is so impressive, but also the,
emotional associations of the
whole ceremony which leave an
indelible mark in the memory of
the Jew who has once exper-
ienced them.
The ceremony is replete with
symbolism, furnishing subject
matter for imaginative display
and humorous anecdote. The mat*
zoh. reminds us of the haste in
which the Israelites left Egypt,
carrying with them cough still
unleavened! The bitter herbs re-
call the bitter lot of the Jews in
Egypt. The extra cup of Wine
placed at the table is for the pro- |
phet. Elijah, who. it is said, will
come to announce the good tid- ,
ings at the advent of the Mes-
sianic Age. The charoseth (a
mixture of raisins, apples, nuts.
cinnamon and wine) is the sad re-
minder of the mortar for the
brickmaking required of the Ir-
raelitea by Pharoah. Part of the
matzoh is set aside as afikomon. |
dessert matzoh, which is to be
eaten by every one at the table
u a symbol of good luck for
the year. The ceremony of hiding
the afikomon from the children,
who are supposed to discover arm
steal' it. lond revelry and laugh-
ter to the whole occasion.
The Haggadah. in addition to
its importance as a religious
document, played a great role in
the development of Jewish art.
Illustrations, revealing the cul-
tural and artistic influence of all
countries inhabited by the Jews,
adorn the Haggadahs. Many such
illuminated Haggadahs can be
seen on display in the Museum of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. There, can be found
Haggadahs from Poona, India;
Budapest. Ymen, Cairo, Venice.
Aimers Haggadans in Arabic,
Ladino. German and Hebrew.
The prevalence of hunting
scenes in HagRadah illustrations
and on Passover plates of medie-
val and modern Germany have an
interesting origin. It so happens
that the letters with which the
successive steps in the Seder Ser-
vice begin, form the word YAKN-
HAZ The Jews in Germany, as
JEWELS WORK OF ART SILVER
FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS
INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES
1101 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
A. SCHORR, Representative
BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025 RESIDENCE PHONE 2-2503
MAY WE EXTEND SINCERE
GREETINGS TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
WOFFORD
HOTEL
2400 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MINNA LEE IMPORTERS, INC.
603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY
Roasters and Packers of
COFFEES and TEAS
507 North West Miami Court Phone 2-2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
ljj
IT IS WITH PLEASURE AGAIN TO EXTEND PASSOVER
WISHES TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
YOUR BEACH COUNCILMAN
JOHN H. LEVI
yj
TO ALL THE SEASON'S BEST WISHES
STYLECRAFT BAG MFGS.
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BEST WISHES TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
m
ALEX& ROMAN-RUSSIAHBEAR
929 Lincoln Road
far back as the thirteenth
tury associated the acrostic ,
the Germans words for chaL
hare, and they carried ovw
Jewish art was also distill
in the special Pesach p88*ffl
special dishes for bitter Ll
and the charoseth dishes *
unique Seder dish made of mA
jolica, originating in P' ">
Italy, in 1614. is now on %
in the Jewish Theological w"
ary Museum. This raSSt
belongs to the renowned &
Collection which was cnte
to the care of the SemfflM
the Jewish citizens of Danzig S.
fore that city was invaded by Z
Germans. It may be said thai
just as our present Seder service
will create a feeling of k.nsh
among Jews all over the worM
so these works of Jewish art over
come temporal obstacles anri
unite us with the Jews of aw
centuries. MdSl
Among the happiest tokens thai
we inherit from the past are the
two old Jewish folk songs "Who
Knows One," and "A kid, A
Kid," which have been preserved
for us in the Haggadah. The
Seder services appropriately end
with the singing of these folk
songs so that we leave the table
with an even greater feeling of
joyous identification with Jewish
tradition.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
m
MELROSE
BEAUTY
SALON
3400 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 3-9375
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances
SEASON'S BEST WISHES
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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Miami Beach. Fla.
A Man On Tarawa
Looks to You
To protect HIS future by In-
suring capable, honest govern-
ment at home. Sen. Ernest R-
Graham, war veteran, farmer,
business man, has PROVEN he
knows the plan for prosperity
for ALL post war Florida.
I ELECT ERNEST R-
If GRAHAM
GOVERNOR
Political Ae>.)


ir.roF.'
6RAHAM STRESSES ENTIRE
State participation in
POST-WAR PLANS FOR ALL
MIAMI. Fin. Swinging into
theflnal weeks oi the first pn-
Iry campaign. Sen. Ernest R.
rtninam, candidate for governor.
2, a backlog of almost 95.000
voters registered in his home
county of Dado, was planning
another state-wide speaking tour
tQ push his Pica for all-Florida
co-operation to insure post war
prosperity-
The Dadc farmer business man
was highly pleased over state-
Tide reception to his talks on
The ABC- of Florida prosperity.
He listed these as increasing visi-
tor travel not only to Florida but
within Florida through news-
paper advertising, development
S agricultural possibilities by
Hino Florida products to the
now available S50.000.000 resort
area market, and creating work
reserves as a safeguard against
depression and unemployment
threats.
"It's just as simpie u., ABC.
When we increase Florida's visi-
tor businessand it can be done
through newspaper advertising
we increase our market for agri-
cultural products which are avail-
able now or readily available
here in Florida. Thus we brine
prosperity not only to the resort
and industrial areas but to the
agricultural counties as well
There remains one more major
item and that is guarding against
unemployment through depres-
sion. The answer to tins is work
reserves, just as we have on our
own farm, so that our men are
kept busy after thr* peak business
of winter is finished."
+Jew 1st fkrir/itr
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
The original reason for perfo-
rating matzoth was to prevent
the dough from rising.
In the Spitalfieids section of
London's East End u was once
the custom for Jewish household-
ers to present matzoth to then
non-Jewish neighbors on Pass-
over and to receive in return
plum puddings on Christmas
I'ASSOVER GREETINGS
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wish to extend the hand of fellowship through
the Holy Days of Passover
420 N. W. 29th Street Phone 3-6639
Postal Patrons
Using Zone Nos.
Postmaster Hugh P. Emerson
announced that patrons in certain
sections of Miami are now using
zone delivery numbers on 50 per
cent of their mail, and he is look-
ing forward to even greater use
in the very near future. The
reason for this optimistic view-
point is that a new zone direc-
tory, indicating the correct zone
numbers usec in conjunction with
local addresses, is now available
for distribution to the public.
This directory has been pro-
vided for the use of postal pa-
trons by a group of Miami's bank-
ing institutions, and it is avail-
able at Room 103, Main Post Of-
fice, and all stations and branch
post offiees.
Similar directories are issued
in most of the 124 cities using the
new postal improvement Post-
masters of these cities will have1
correct zone numbers added to
lists of addresses served by their
offices, anc will return them to
mailers without charge This is
an excellent time to bring your
mailing lists up to to date, the
postmaster stated.
UPCHURCH IS OPPOSED TO
BUREAUCRATIC DICTATION
TO ALL -
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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PHONE 9-2477
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MIAMI. FLA.
BradentonWinning the peace
in Florida through operation of
comprehensive, balanced postwar
plans must be accomplished by
permitting each city, state and
county to solve its problems
without bureaucratic dictation
and waste, Frank D. Upchurch,
candidate for governor, declared'
in a campaign address here.
"Forty billion dollars is a fair
estimate of the increase in the
national debt as a result of the
mishandling of the postwar read-
justment after World War No. 1,"
Upchurch said. "We cannot as a
nation or as a state withstand the
same types of mistakes again." he
added.
"When the war has been won
we will still have before us the
tremendous task of averting an-
other depression. The manpower
shortage and scaicity of mate-
rials, products and supplies will
be translated into a surplus.
When we stop feeding with the
products of our farms half the
world we will be confronted with
problems, the solution of which
will tax our best efforts as indi-
viduals, as communities, as states,
and the nation as a whole." Up-
church asserted.
RICHARD MEMORIAL WILL
BE FEATURE EVENT WHEN
TRACK CLOSES APRIL 10
The thirteenth running of the
Tex Rickard Memorial race is the
outstanding event on the Miami
Beach Kennel club's racing cal-
endar and will be the chief topic
of conversation arouno' the Beach
oval this week. The event is
scheduled as the feature of the
final night of racing at the sea-
side track whose meeting comes
to a close on April 10.
This race, over the marathon
distance of the Rickard course,
is presented each year on closing
night as a tribute to George L.
"Tex" Rickard, the famous pro-
moter who built the Beach track
back in 1929.
Many Protestant clergymen ui
the America of Colonial days
drew a parallel between George
III and Pharaoh in their dis-
courses on the grievances of the
colonies against England, infer-
ring that the same providence of
God that rescued the Israelites'
from Egyptian bondage would
free the colonies.
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*Jew!stncricfiar?
FRIDAY. APRIL 7,
Zionist Journey of Refugees Aided by Hias
PALESTINE PLANS
Continued from Page 21
the Arab loaders can be traced to
the propaganda of Fascist Italy
and Nazi Germany which dates
back a number of years. Arab
rule, under such leaders, woulo
put an abrupt end to the excel-
lent reclamation work now being
carried on. This would come
about, not because of ignorance
on the part of the Arab peasant,
but because this would be to the
interests of the Arab feudal land-
owners. ,
Dr. Lovvdermilk. with his keen
The recent Zionward Journey
of the Portuguese line S.S.
Nyassa. which crossed the Medi-
terranean for the first time since
the outbreak of the war carry-
ing on its deck 742 Jewish refu-
gees en route to the Jewish Na-
tional Home, was an event of
great significance in the Epic of
Rescue. The above news photo
received by the Hebrew Shelter-
ing and Immigrant Aid Society
(HIAS) by airmail from the Hias-
Ica Emigration Association head-
quarters in Lisbon, is a stirring
visual record of the dramatic
scene that was enacted in the
Portuguese port when the liner
sailed, with blue-white flags flut-
tering, for Haifa, Palestine.
The liner was chartered for the
trip across the Mediterranean.
Passover, the Jewish Festival
of Freedom commemorating the
deliverance of Israel from Egyp-
tian bondage, which this year be-
'gins on April 8th (first seder is
on Aoril 7th) is observed by Or-
thodox Jews for eight days but
according to the Bible the holiday
lasts only a week. In Palestine
Passover is observed for only
seven days.
sociological mind, realizes that
society must turn from an econ-
omy of exxploitation to an econ-
omy of conservation in its widest
sense, so as to develop human re-
source and conserve the resources
of the earth from generation to
generation. There will never be
stability among nations until an
adequate food supply is made
available to all. All forms of
higher culture must be founded
on a sound agriculture.
Dr. Lowdcrmilks plans for the
JVA have been shown to leading
consulting engineers in America
who have pronounced the project
as capable of being constructed
at no greater cost than similar
irrigational and power projects
in the western part of the United
States. The Valley of thTZT
offers a combination of 1,
features and a eoncentinlural
resources which set the stS,0'
one of the most far-reachS*
lamation projects on earth
deep rift of the Valley J\e
drops to 1300 feet below L,h'Ch
with the extraordinary difVel
ences in altitude offers iJ T
opportun.ty for this Rrea?n"dld
project. This project w,]]' ***
provide farms, industry and?'
cur.ty for at least four &?
immigrants in addition in?"
1,800,000 people in Pal'sUne^J
and will pave the way forT'
revitalization of the entire n!
East, and to the assumption ^
its rightful place of dffiSt{ If
free postwar world. a
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I! PAGE EIGHT %  p-JewisiifhrAUaHi J52AYjtfRlL 7 i NOTES OF Y. M. H. A. -bySAM SILVER This is one of those weeks in selections which were greatly enThese In The Synagogues Of Greater Miami Services for the week-end announced by the Greater Miami ,,M ., ,ii as follows. InlS IS OIK' VI uniM vui^.> in stricvituua >nii %  S***'*.T *% %  which yours truly lias been heavjoyed by those present. These lly overburdened with work at artists haw appeared at the "Y the office, work with the Coast before and we arc grateful t>> Guard I'ort Security Force and them for their fine performan >&la ^ .. • t. %  f.i.lAiiiiti.,.! HIMI a TnmmA •* t* nt\ V* 1 i r* n work on the Federation Drue It just seems that the week lias flown by without an opportunity to accumulate any data for this column. Thm. too. the deadline is here and Colonel Fred Shi is clamoring for the column so he can go to press. There lore. 1 will do the best 1 can under the circumstances. Certificate of Merit Thursday i vi ning of last week, March 30th, James T. Wi Superintendent oJ s. .. in Dade County, Florida, presented a C< rtil icate ol Merit to Le i Ackerman. president of the "V". This • ate was awarded in N %  • the .-,:•. rcmui • in \ Chertko • nurserj %  Sgl Clifl :; !!.._' i w U as Man Buy a Rod and Reel A\3 RELAX For Your Haalth .:ra p>e\sure SHRIBER'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 517 Wfst AK„ M B. Ph. 5-9^3 Jerome Freehling I notice with much inten the "V" Bulletin for this month that Jerome Freehling has been appointed chairman ol the Home Camp Committee for the summer 1944. For those of you •'...,. nol know J< rry, 1 wish to state that he is .1 very const tious "Y" worker and is an ai member ol the Board of Dii tors. Even though he has nol lived m this community he has taken an a. I in i I things Jewish. 11. r.,..., lo> 1 > family an I : and guy. Good luck • Ji rry. Sam Miller Sam Miller has I ei %  .) app inted %  an of the ivi : The fun< n this comto retain tin mi n • I gel everyone caught up Vi ho now Sa %  n with other 01 in the community n al• 1 gem we have in this He i a pi • : %  > financial work and 1 wish to lonl Ackerman t n in chi ing Mr. V.. Miami Beach Jewish Community C< nt. r: S. ryices for 1 Fi iday evening at 7:15; Sat. .md Sundi !' (in o'cli 1 k; Satur_. ... At the service Saturdaj orning the "Hell ol Honor" will B'NAI B'RITH NOTEs MARX FEINBERG Des rving of more jnj mention is the % %  iS made by the officers and workers towards their coal of approximately than passmarvelous Federation i: Wffst Ave. OPEN M. B. Ph. i. \ r NAGS S ib Ru insti in. mong tne %  the Jews t" create mi,. [erp11 Made From Fresh Oranges PASSOVER GREETINGS I. S. MAS' PHARMACY r '•.! .ind Washington Avenue PHONE 59953 MIAMI BEACH ^i m of a IIAIIC FEtEt-VL MORTGAGE V •LOW RATES • EASY PAYMENTS • LONG TIME TO PAY • PROMPT SERVICE • A HOME INSTITUTION Deal With Your LOCAL. FRIENDLY INSTITUTION RESOURCES OVER S8.500.000 |>AI>E ITillERAL 4 KOI1N 1*11 11111 AVIMUI 1 e dedicated by Rabl 1 Ii i The n.urn ol all women m our Center w name.-are inscribed arc as folOUR HONOR ROLL 1 • .: I : ill r \ 1 • irnoid \\ 11 Mux I \ .: U I v. : 1 11 Bei %  A M '( I. : I i .. I .. i' C|l V % %  : r. u. 1 v s %  • SKI Arthur i> r Henry H irn la 1. U Max M I\ K mmvl %  1 I-. %  P\1 Ul'X I II I.i 1 inn M MM (I'M I.. : I' 11 l-abovltx '•' H M • Petty Off 1 Mar. u* H W 1.1 %  i 0 : K Sewtnai / S1y 1 1: • %  %  Ii ... 1.1 s I.' 1: %  \ :: ... H .'1 • \ >; Harold M Syrop 1 yum si 1 ,< ;.. .• Silver i' r .• v. 1 K..in W ; • leln M n i S ning the I t ill taki g ,| %  %  I) v ner. Not being stricth. f charitahio^^y or,^ markable to g., if, ses ii Kuai >" u KH .^....vx..j meir purposes \t ""uued* lay morning at $190,000. At this writing all team. 1 have boon made f>>r rt W rday evening a and other barriers have the Lodge to atii'n,i S cmb 1i 'meetings. The ,jLt*? J negat.ye. You oweTA5 ture of your MZ..'," Ufi concerted been dismissed In a 1 to wind up the balance of the solicitations so that the goal may be achieved. This is not the lime l" relax and s. ek a respite from our labors as the past has shown US that the success of Campaign is achieved by that final impetus. It is for us at this time to concentrate our efforts towards this achievement .md feel the inni r satisfaction of a 'I>!I well done The work done by the Cultural mittee und< r David Willchairmanship should not be mi .!. Last Friday evening in the > itions throughout I ii B'rith was brought i in Ji wish community 1 loqui nee of ci rtain membei ol our Lodge, The ultimate 1 if Mich a program is not only to acquaint tne community with the work of B'nai B'rith but %  about a closer relationship between the social and ious elements of our people. This Committee in the past has appeared to be honorary and figurative, but it is well to note that al this time active and constructive work is being undertaki n and accomplished. Much 1 1due to the present .man and hi W orkei The AZA Committee under the able guidai f Lester La ky, ming with much Thi : m not only work among the teenboys but alSO supervises through the Auxiliary the activity of teen-age gii Is The e bos and Rii s. displaj ing .1 remarkable initiative, ha reati d projin war work and cultural res that would be the 1 of an adult group Recently, a group ol the Miami boys tne. %  of your commuiiit?i tt> l some interest in 2 y L ,,: 4 Let's not make U| u c < cry of ^ AZA ConUtJjq 2Sng "SWS" i rah, 135 N. w. TiJ" ln l ud Miami, at 8:30 p. m Tuesdj April nth Xh e '"' '"d 'nVludeana,l,i;:U ; '^ll cob Tawhish 0 T..,n,i ^ The Rabbi ,s familiar i e Ll A his program years ,•„-., tM when he was kn,,-.- ht l Lamplighter H, ,*• outstanSing r, f' n ,," ,Ta d l9 toe country. Le, us J %  d n warm welcome as a new"5 tion to our community. Talkfi LW&"£ %  "!??' t.w-BS !r. 4 and let's have a big turn^ audit of last years f Znmt now been completed In J countant and the report SL made at thus meeting off J l ^ %  ;, *' w.ll be fc matter. k. S : %  • ; iur 1 i at their own expei Palm n I Fl La 1 Ii rdale for the of stimulating the organization of A/.A chapters in !l communities. In addition to that, they have contributed to the LaDidus Memorial Fund Red Cross, War Chi I Jew h Federation, and al .1 recent meeting n Is to be donated to ring help for needy families for the sedar din1 foil iwed by a ConSeder at 8 00 o'clock 1 %  rvici Saturd a v : S lay morning *: ••: %  .'" a1 Rabbi Shafor d cus sion will be "Is It So D,,,, Junior services Saturi ning at Ii k Friday evening .' bined Junior and ation services '"" a m Saturday and •1 April will j morning on of the Hago? ; inday morning on Not Be s ild as 1 : : Cam 1 Teitelbaum 1 lucl the services. At P m Saturday, Shulchan :,,,,: '' Howed by Mincha and Marev Ben ii 1 Miami Jewish orthodox Con.' ;n Services are scheduled Pnday at 6:45 p ,„ and Sat%  al 9 00 a. rn lay and Sunaay evenings 6:00 p m. Daily t ; ',;;"•'' 8:30 a. m. and 6:30 Beth Sholom Center, 761 41 it £ami Beach: Schedule 1 vening services "•w Pm Saturday and Sunday "Tngs at 9:30 a, m. Cantor ; -"" Friedman will officiate. lores tin cussed. Rumor has it that our ftj dent is to be indui ted in theH rtary service, Dame Run^,, not to be contradicted at tail tune. Milton tells us that heri go in but no date has bena for the event. We | il)pi that ail our selfish reasons it will be ^f layed as long as possible but a also know that when the Z\ comes Milton has plenty to SI and will give his all. ffSI also gives rise to the thoughts* •soin.nohtical :,,... j, | „ ,, rabgJ a.s to the successors in offe II and when Milton 1S ^^1 Brother Harold Turk, the 5 vice-President will succeed Tk[ only political plum left from ft Shifting will be the election oh n,w Viee-President. Thisisjal to give you something to tin* about in the event that you are | lacking mental stimuli. Brothers in the service we clamoring for news and lettenl brother 4Fs are c!amoni(| for defense jobs > our broths 1 columnist is clamoring to fini this When You Think of Reil EMM Thmk Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Roail Phone 5-Wll Dependable. Contcientiom Stria) T l All. Pa ivi <> NELSON AUTOMOBILE SERVia 875 W. Flagler St. Ph. 2 9411 JOSBPH M. UPTON. PRESIDENT up 1 7 0II Pv War Savings Bonds. 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PAGE TWELVE +JmistncrlcUan FRIDAY. APRH 7, 1944 Hungary to Deliver 3,000 Polish Jews to Gestapo for "Liquidation 9 Istanbul (JTA) — Assurances that 3,000 Polish Jews, some of whom participated in the battle of the Warsaw ghetto, will be handed over to the Gestapo for deportation to Poland has been given by the Hungarian puppet government to the German occupation authorities in Budapest, it was reported by an Hungarian diplomat arriving here. The diplomat suggested that President Roosevelt's statement of last week, warning of postwar reprisals against those helping to deport or murder Jews in Naziheld countries, should be rebroadcast to Hungary every' day. He confirmed the reports that deportations of Jews have already started and added that the placed in a concentration camp by the Gestapo and that raids on Jewish homes throughout Hungary continue. The report did not give the name of the rabbi. "For the last eight days trucks loaded with Jewa have been proceeding from Budapest and other Hungarian cities to unknown destinations." the report stated. "Among those arrested are hundreds of the most prominent Jews in the country', including the Jewish industrialist Leo Goldberger who is a personal friend ol Admiral Horty. the Regent of Hungary." Goldberger was made a member of the House of Lords in 1932. The German Transcontinental Press reports that Dr. Istvan Kulit'duy Mdl inf uiiu iu\jtn uw* MI* rios j e|./"i 10 intit 1/1, M*WI .-^.. new Hungarian puppet cabinet! char, well-known Hungarian anhas issued an order for immij ti-Semite, has been appointed diate enforcement of all anti-1 Hungarian Commissioner for UnJewish laws. i employed Intellectuals "because Other reports reaching here | of his" great experience in Jewfrom Budapest reveal that the __ Chief Rabbi of Hungary has been PASSOVER GREETINGS Blanche's Sundries 1428 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9129 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons BAKE RITE, Inc. 471 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-7923 PASSOVER GREETINGS FU MANCHU Enjoy a new thrill in Chinese Food 438 41st Street. Miami Beach Phone .'.-:'-'"•' %  PASSOVER GREETINGS T BECK'S GARAGE 1132 15th STREET PHONE 5-1422 MIAMI BEACH I ish public and economic life," to place Hungarian "'n<, cl ect ua s s i in posts presently held by Jew* 10.000 "JEWS ARRESTED AND PLACED IN LABOR CAMPS Stockholm (JTA)-The Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbla; det reports that more than 10.U00 Jews had been am ted and placed in concentration camps "> Huni :•. bj last Friday Several hundred Jews have committed suicide and thoucontinue to '.he from their homes with little hope o! escaping, the paper says, The drive against the .lews in Hungary is conducted undi rGei man supervision, the report i tinued. Many of the Jews are being deported V known destinations while others are being conscripted tor slave lal or. The pro; ertj Jews is being eon: further anti-Jewish action of a more sweeping nature is expected. TheHungarian radio, meanwhile, continues to broad* a I anti-Jewish propaganda It alleges that about 40.000 Jews have moved to Budapi st from other parts of the country since the outbreak of the war and charges that "Jewish leaders are taking against Hungary and I allies through international connections just as they did in the last war." Jewish Congress Hails Cooperation Between_A meric an Russi an J em New York (JTA)—The World toric victories overth7~H^T J.wish Congress this week anbarbarians which uplift thett no unced that it has cabled to the of free people throughout? Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee world." Knoul tht 'Rresj in Moscow greeting the third annual meeting of the Committee. which will open in the Russian i capital on April 2. and hailing 0 f more than 30,000 SHLITS"* the growing cooperation between | now refugees in Russia P^* At the same time, the rn announced that it ha* aJl,t_of i hen A m; : sa h n a da C d 0 ff e,1 the Jews of the United States | Palestine, southern Ita v R4 an< j those of the USSR. I and south Africa and in ^ •The Jewish World Congress." ment camps. The list is ava,!w" the message -aid. "asks you to to persons seeking to locate i convey warm fraternal greetings tives. The Congress annoimr!" ate relj. to"th.M •o.e.-entatives of the Jewj ment adds that'^f'",^"^"" 0 *; ish people, meeting on April 2, sought are not listed, it win? as well as to the Third Plenary %  tempt, through cooperation nf til Mi eting of the Jewish Anti-Fas%  Jewish Agency, the Moscow W cist Committee-. We recognize f ish Community Council, and on* these meetings as powerful fac: groups, to locate them. tors for the intensification of the, victorious struggle against the { Tn .. u ni ..., n .. Hitlerite foe. We rejoice in the t J Ha3 a h X,^? 1 1 ,,ng cooperation b,,ween u us ^ A^'and'was'Utft Haggadah A D and are sincerely convinced that p anQ l{ r our increasingly closer coopera' lion wil contribute powerfully in finally righting the wrongs endured by the Jewish people for centuries, We salutethrough you theheroic peoples of theUSSR and the Red Army on their hisWe Extend Our Sincere PASSOVER GREETINGS To AM Our Jewish Friends and Customers THE BLUE DERBY 7th AVENUE and THE TRAIL • FINE BREAKFASTS • DELICIOUS LUNCHES • SUPERB DINNERS • COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE Phone 2-9315 DR. CHARLES BECKWITT OPTOMETRIST In Miami Over 25 Years How often do you ch k % our Ma) be yow •" are not giving you satin!.•• 11find wii.it % %  .-. %  ('onxull III Bed ilUl taboratoi i i i ni %  •!. 36 N. 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BENJAMIN FOX of the 6th STREET MARKET 466 S. W. 6th St. Ph. 2MM ALEXANDER'S SHOE REPAIRING AND HAT CLEANING CO. Your Patronage Always Appreciated 28 N E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-3032 JOHN TOMARAS. Prop. PASSOVER GREETINGS Iroquois China Oneida Silver Bramlett Equipment and Supply Co. Hotel, Restaurant and Soda Fountain Equipment HOMER P. BRAMLETT 800 N. E. First Ave. Ph. 2-0794 To All—Season's Greetings A and B Package Store 1005 5th St. Ph. 5-5652 71st St Liquor Store 211 71st St. Ph. 6-2613 PASSOVER GREETINGS KEEP THIS AD1! It's Worth $7.00 —That't What It CotU Ut!! Zissen's B owery 1749 N. MIAMI AVENUE Miami's Super Funhouse 'P OUR PRIRND8 \.\|i PATRONS) SEASON'S BEST WISHES NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Ave. Miami Beach GEO. H. CRAWFORD MASTER PLUMBER 3396 Coral Way PHONE 4-2140 CHARACTER. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL AT YOUR SERVICE In the Southwestern Part of the City. 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)AY. APRIL 7. 1944 > Jew I s f /k/iJtjfi PAGE SEVEN TFH MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Oi The Jewish Wellare Board Help Us Keep %  Record of Our Men in Service SERVICE PARADE! .i. Albert S. to^JSLZ. 'STRICTLY G. I." T/Sgt Louu Motkowitz. 23. of Roxbury, Mass., who wears the PJJg f or duty at Laurinburg"Sitting on my G. I. bed ton Army air base. Maxson, M G j hat G j h Distinguished Flying Cross. Air Medal and 9 Oak Leaf Clusters, also took part in the Ploesti atloes rth Carolina base from AlEverything free, nothing to lose, tack. Now back in the United lT Z N C b, another unit of the But G: I. wish that I were home. States, Sergeant Moskowitz says JS Troop Carrier Command, that while that raid was unhlre he served in a similar "They issue everything we need doubtedly the most daring misSty Paper to write on, books to read, sion he participated in, it was v* They issue food to make you tame compared to his maiden To-tph S. Field, jr.. 1871 S. W. grow voyage, a Fortress assault out of 1st terrace, son of Mr. and Mrs. But G. I. want a long furlough. Egypt against Naples. Fields, who is stationed in It was a 13 nour raid and tne Guinea, received the Legion Your belt, your shoes, your air squadron sank two battleMerit award for his services G I. tie sh i ps a destroyer and a mercommunications officer of a Everything free, nothing to buy. chant vessel. On the way back, hter control unit in Australia, You eat from a G. I. plate however, the plane in which 1 now has been advanced to Buy your needs at a G. I. rate. Moskowitz was riding ran out of i„ r It's G. I. this and G I. that fuel. The pilot gave bail-out or,, Everything here is Government ders. It was midnight; Sergeant I cpt. E. Max Goldstein has Issue Moskowitz had never jumped been stationed to the Homestead But G. I. wish that I could kiss fore. "Believe me, I was frightny Air Base. Prior to this asyou." ened. When I jumped, the wind wnent. Capt. Goldstein saw f rom tne p i ane back-washed me uty in China and other foreign Naval Lt (sg) Herbert M. Jay. right against the plane and nearaces. 24, of East Liverpool, Ohio, a ly knocked me out. Luckily we — — T—~ member of the legendary Torwere flying at 5,000 feet, for I if/Sot George PotoUky. 24. of pe do Squadron 8, holds a Presimust have tumbled head over oklyn, has been decorated dential Citation for "extremely heals about 1,000 feet before I lith the Air Medal and nine Oak heroic and courageous performregained enough strength to pull [ Clusters. A Liberator waistance i n combat during the Air the ripcord. To make it worse, „jier, Sergeant Potolsky comBattle of Midway." Serving for my leg caught in the shrouds and eted 50 bombing flights in the |j mon ths in the Southwest PaI had some anxious minutes tryfcditerranean area, amassing ci f ic area> Lieutenant Jay partiing to get free. Then I floated B combat hours aloft, and is c i pa ted in five major battles, to the ground." bw back in this country. helping to drive the Japanese from that area and "inflicting Capt. Nat Nowak, 28, of BrookjT.'Sgt Julius Mayes. 26, of great losses on them by land and ]y n a veteran of the great raid tncinnuti, who with a comair attacks." on the Axis oil refineries of Plosion saved two navy airmen the shark-infested waters off esti, was last week awarded an T/Sgt Norman Kahn Michel. Oak Leaf Cluster to his Disuadalcanal. holds the Soldiers 31 'V Rochcsler M y injured tinguished Flying Cross, denotledal Observing a plane plunge • >* „ S miiro OVH in that he had earned the DF fkto the ocean about a mile offJ !" %  M an J^itorv ha. been twice. In addition he holds the ore, Sergeant Mayer and a felK^ed the DtaStahea Flymg" Air Medal and four Oak Leaf • %  •soldier, patrolling in a jeep. g2Sf^^iStoa^e*SS> Clusters. Captain Nowak, naviiiickly launched a rubber raft Cross for gaHantry and extraor, ^^ ^^ ^ Llberatori Ed, by using their hands and S/'X'Ti FlvinsFor described the Ploesti assault in rough board for paddles resg^KglStMtoellStajffi "• diary in great detail. "The led the two occupants of the ]**\fu !" when he crawled into target was aflame when we f-ne, which had sunk. Since the & ^^iJShhiv to release an reached it," he wrote, "and we t could accommodate only ^JL^JT^ornh which had !" ved down till our bellies albo, the army men placed the unexploded bomb which had mQst skimmed the ground." Not krs aboard and got into the Jammea. on]y was tne anti-aircraft fire ter themselves, propelling the unimaginably thick, but there ashore. Naval Lt. Ralph Pleatman. 25, was machine gun and rifle fire of Cincinnati, O., who has receved as we ll. "As we approached our iLt Abraham Soffer, 25. of five letters of commendation pinpoint, huge flames belched anlord Conn, atached to an from high navy department offrom some oil tanks. We swerved my bombing squadron, was ficials, is the recipient of the to the left and our right wing aied in action in the Southwest Navy and Marine Corps Medal we nt through the fire. The heat acific area. Prior to the action for "outstanding service in a W as terrific It blistered our defhich resulted in his death, he submarine on war patrol. Lieuticer boots. We cleared a chimney [as awarded the Air Medal for enant Pleatman was in command by 10 feet dropped our bombs Bllantry. In the face of intense of a submarine which sent a D n a distillation plant, and sped Mi-aircraft fire and opposition destroyer and eight other enemy G n." Our engine was aflame, but I enemy fighters, his plane went ships to the bottom—an estithey ignored Jt—there were en. at low level to destroy an mated 40,000 tons of Japanese emy fighters to be disposed oL Bemv vessel. shipping. But the foe left off before the American craft had reached tne Out This Coupon and Mail To "WAR RECORDS," ArmyDanube. Navy Committee, c/o P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida Name Serial No.Home Address Birth Date ._.__ Street City Birthplace— City State State Civilian OccupationDate Entry In Service Marital StatusBranch of Service Full name of nearest kin Relationship A ddress Information Transmitted by Telephone number Date Discharged _.Rank or Rating WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH, Chairman FRED SHOCHET MRS. OEORQE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN JE/^NIE H. ROTFORT NATHAN ROTHBERO J. w. B. Director OFFICERS SAM BLANK. CHAIRMAN MONTE SELIQ. Vloa-Chalrman JOSEPH A SER MAN. Sao. Executive Committee Mr.. Max Oobrln. Ban B. OaMmMI. Maua'ce Groiiman, Loula Heiman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Mr.. Murry Kov.n. Harry Markowltt. Alexander F. Ma>r, .St. get*.. _ffg Shochet. MiTton Slrk.nJeMM Stein. Mra. Herman Wallach. Carl Wrinkle. Oeore Wolpart, Harry Zukaralck. DaTotin 9 This Pafl. to the Effort, of the Amr-Maey Cemmitt^. tode Peatlble H-oui* the Co-Operatioa of ABESS & COSTAR Fint National Bank Bldg. CARL'S MARKETS Miami Miami Beach COWEN'S SHOE STORES 1S5 E. Flagler St. — 112 Lincoln Rd. FDCZIT SYSTEM 1114 N. E. 2nd Avenue FLA. WHOLESALE GROC. CO. 82 N. E. 26th Street GREEN BROS. 55 N. E. 24th Street HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Avenaa JACK C. IAYSON uoa m DONALD LAVlGNE-UNIFOBMg 114 N. E Second Avenue MIAMI RUG CO. 100 S. Miami Avaaue MIAMI MILL WORK & LUMBER CO. 535 N. W. 11th Street MIAMI BOTTLED GAS. Inc. 1701 N. W. 7th Avanua STANDARD WHO. GRO. CO. 149 If. E. 19th Straat IOSEPH H. STEIN Miami. Florida WEST FLAGLER KENNEL CLOT Wert Haider S-r^ 7th Av* WOMETCO THEATRES Mitchell Wolfaon Si^T Meyw R. W. BROWN & CO. 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HUDAY^APRElZli^ +Jewish Fluridton PAGE SEVENTEEN THE SEDER COMES TO THE ARMY By SAMUEL BEN MAYER (Copyright, 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) Soon the reports will be com•tt will come from battlefar at sea; they will come newly won beachheads in iuily and the Sou* Sea__.sles. ship i£' J .. will come from hundreds of Th^"' 11 S continental U. S. A. Cm Guadalcanal. New numea. Alaska. Australia. India. Srica Iceland. England Iran. Panama. Hawaii, the West Indies wherever American troops are S 52 They will tell thestory Ufhuee communal Sedarim for Srnuosof 1000 Jewish soldiers or Lre They will tell the story of Satzoth and wine delivered to "dividual Jewish soldiers in y outposts of the worldTy will tell the story of religious observances made possible (or Jewish soldiers in the very front lines of battle. For weeks and months now, mr since the past November, the National Jewish Welfare Board has been making arrangements. Passover foods, haggadahs. wine —everything necessary is readv and available. Our Jewish men and women in uniform are being taken care of this year. We need no further guarantee of this than a quick review of what happened last year. Figures alone do not give the whole story of what JWB accomplished in the Passover of 1943. but the story is not complete without the figures. In the continental United States many of our Jewish soldiers and sailors were able to go home for the Passover holidays The JWB, through chaplains, field staffs and local communities, arranged Sedarim for 115,000 men however. Military regulations make it impossible to quote, even now, the number of men who were served overseas, but it can definitely be stated that every Jewish soldier far from home, whose military duties permitted, had the opportunity to attend reTO ALL A HAPPY PASSOVER C. & L. Amusement Machine Co. 1510 N. W. 36TH STREET Ph. 3-3942 lgious services, to partake of uneavened bread, and to observe the Passover ceremonies in the traditional manner. The wonder of it can best be expressed in the words of Barney Koss who was in Cleveland during the Passover holidays: "Only a couple of months ago *_*• n Guadalcanal," he said. Shells were exploding all around me then. Waves of bombing planes were coming over and I hid in a foxhole that had been getting a little deeper every day since I dug it. "I couldn't have imagined that in a few months Guadalcanal would be completely in American hands, with Jewish men among our troops there holding a Seder out in the open air, to celebrate both our victory on Guadalcanal and the victory of the Children of Israel who fought for freedom against Pharaoh." In New Guinea. Passover services Were held for more than 600 men in a coconut grove within a grenade throw of the Japanese lines. Chaplain E. A. Levi was down with malaria fever, but he insisted on staying and conducting the Seder. In Iran, there were not sufficient matzoth, so Chaplain David Rubin enlisted the services of a PASSOVER GREETINGS JAMES W. BURNSIDE REFRIGERATING SERVICE Specializing In Cold Spot and Grunow We Have Repair Parts For Immediate Service 3645 N. W. 17 Ave. Ph. 7-7431 PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK The Bank for the Individual 46 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-0521 SAVINGS $1.00 Opens an Account LOANS Saie Deposit Boxes A3 Low as $3.00 Per Year DEPOSITS INSURED by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. WASHINGTON. D. C. CCAAA FOR EACH DEPOSITOR *r/\AA .PJUUU MAXIMUM INSURANCE JDUUU squad of U. S. Army bakers, who prepared a supplementary supply under his supervision. Six Sedarim were held in the Iran area. In one area of Australia, the nearest Jewish chaplain was 400 miles away, presiding at another Seder. The Chief Protestant Chaplain of the area took complete charge, distributed JWB supplies, and secured a restaurant and supervised the Seder. The sea of military uniforms was broken by a little island in civilian clothes—two men and a woman—the entire Jewish population of that area. Said one of these Australian Jews: "This is the first Seder I have attended in 30 years. Until now I had been worried about the continuity of our people. With only three of us within hundreds of miles, and with stories of the virtual wiping out of Jewry in Central Europe, I had begun to believe that perhaps our stock was dying out. Suddenly I see several hundred young, vigorous American Jews, and now I know our people are still carrying on. This splendid sight warms my heart, for it is a token that come what may to you or me, our people will go on forever." In Great Britain, more than a dozen communal Sedarim were held, in which not only Americans participated, but Canadian, British, Australian, New Zealand, French, Polish and Czech troops as well. In addition, hundreds of homes were opened to our men throughout the United Kingdom. Hindu and Moslem officials attended the Seder conducted by Chaplain Abraham Dubin in India. In Morocco, Egypt, Iraq and Palestine, services and Sedarim were held. In North Africa, the U. S. Army was advancing, and with the Army, advanced Chaplain Earl Stone. As each town was recaptured. Chaplain Stone would make arrangements with the local rabbi to prepare the Passover. Army flour was issued to the native Jewish bakers who prepared the unleavened bread in the same ancient kilns and in the same manner that their forefathers had used since the first Jews arrived in North Africa from Palestine, centuries ago. The Passover of last year is already an old story. But every year at Passover, it is part of our tradition to retell an old, old story, and to gain from it new sources of hope and inspiration and life. Let us hope that by next year, most of those now in the services will be observing the Passover in their own homes. PASSOVER GREETINGS MILK I i



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Jill "! mil IIII "1 mil IIIIII in HI Hill imq ii iillli %  ii!!n::iii:4 i r %  ^mi:; r : i iin^ iiJ^vii^b-JEIIiDipidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1944 PRICE 10 CENTS lit ELATED OKI SlKHf 111 Campaiun heads and officers o( „,.. i Miami Jewish federation tins week are planning ;. gala dinner-dance with Xch I Federation'; 1944 £,,, Appeal for $189,095. Idese offi< iala feel certain that the cam: i ii will go over the quota an I have made arrangmenl.-; for the celebration party for tin' nighl of Sunday. April 16th. 71,. evi : %  will he an invitational affair for campaign workers • ):, a and husbands only. The entire COfl of the affair will 1 e paid by campaign officers and nn mbers of Federation's Executive Committee. Invitation tile dinner-dance, which will be held in the Wofford Hotel. Miami Beach, will be placed in the mails within the next wi In addition to the buffet din(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) mil ram II Hit MEET ITS OFFICERS HamZukernick was re-elected Presidi %  • of the YM & YMA 'if Miami Beach at its annual meeting Sunday night at the Ybuilunm Othi i officers elected win Vice Presidi nt.s Sam Blank. David Phillips. Harry Sirkin.Carl Wi inkle, Recording Secretary Geoi ,1 Bertman, Corresponding Secretary Paul Weitzman. Financial Secretary Mrs. wnjai: Tn .. urei Benwin E B am ton. Directofs iv R. Adler. Mor" s A1 i' re Aronovitz, Dr. B. Cirlin, Jake Felt, Nathan ; Jo cph 11. Gardner, Sol ?. Ooldstrom, Leo llunerman, W H. Hai koff, Sun Lachman. Mrs. Hoses Krieger, Joseph LipSol 11 Lutsky, A. Louis Mechlowitz, Alfred B. Ros•wtom. Jo ih M. RoBe, Joseph Kamlw,,. M,s. Caii Sussman, Mrs. Milti.ii Sirkin, Mrs. Edward weinstein .Zukernick is the first president ln ^ and is also Chairman of •"'• Board of Directors and Past Resident of the Civic League of "'ami Beach, Ml In i„. r of the of the Miami Peach Jewl3h CtMer, (he Greater Miami (CONTINUED ~ON PAQE 4) JJANY RESERVATIONS WADE AT HILLEL SEDER bin h "'" ,rod reservations have SJ ?'"''• for the annual PassHilloir r f ,ht B 'nai B'rith M v ,r ; un,1 '' ,1 ,: al th *' UniverS' ""!" The seder will be 8

FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1944
Army\ Pledges Immediate End of
Discrimination in Freed Countries
+Jewisti Ihriii^r
PAGE THIRTEEN
New York (JTA)-That
nmoU'tf elimination of Nazi dis-
e0^m,tory legislation and regu-
SSns S "ountr.es. liberated by
hUnited Nations is a basic pol-
^S the United States Govern-
ing nt was idicated by Major Gen-
II A Ulio. Adjutant General
!?the United States Army, in a
, .., r to Dr. John Slawson. ex-
Suvi Vi!'-.-president of the Am-
encan Jewish committee, made
public here.
This official statement of the
United States policy for the Jews
in countries liberated from Axis
domination was made by General
Ulio in answer to a suggestion of
the American Jewish Committee
,nat sp< cific instructions by Am-
erican
equality
j given I
liberated areas.
General Ulio, speaking for the
officers in Allied Military Gov-
ernment (AMG). said: 'Our pol-
toward Germany is based
the fundamental principle
and all other evil in-
occupational forces on
of food rationing be
lo |.,cal authorities in all
icy
upon
that Nazi
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tices shall be completely elimin-
ated. In furtherance of this pul-
ley, your letter is being brought
to the attention of the authorities
charged with the responsibility
of planning for the administration
of civil affairs in territories to be
occupied by our forces."
The letter from the American
Jewish CommiUe, pointing out
that "Jews in Axis-occupied Eu-
rope are compelled to subsist on
about one-half of normal food al-
lotments," specifically requested
that "complete equality of ration-
ing will be immediately institu-
ted" for those who previously suf-
fered from discrimination because
the Nazis had issued special ra-
tion cards stamped "Jew."
Dr Slawson said that similar
letters had been sent by the Am-,
erican Jewish Committee to the
governments of Yugoslavia. Po- '
land, Norway, Luxemburg,
Greece, Czechoslovakia and the
French Committee of National
Liberation He indicated that the
Norwegian Government through
Francis Irgens, Counselor of the
Norwegian Embassy in Washing-
ton, had written that "as soon as
part or the whole of Norway has
to all -
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been liberated, rationing will be
taken over by the regular Nor-
wegian authorities and any dis-
criminatory persisting rules will
just be disregarded."
CONGRESSMAN LEX GREEN
IN THIRD RADIO ADDRESS
Congressman Lex Green deliv-
ered the third of a weekly series
of radio talks Monday night
Speaking over WFTL and the
tloriua Mutual network, he re-
ported that he had been cordially
and favorably received in all the
counties he had visited. From
his state headquarters it is re-
ported that thousands of letters
from his friends are pouring in
commending his qualifications I
for governor. It is also noted that:
many of the weekly newspapers
in the state favor Lex Green,
such as "The Palm Beach Sun":,
"From the very inception of the
Townsend old-age pension move-
ment in 1934, Lex Green has
been a valiant champion of this
great humanitarian cause." The
Orange County Chief": "Lex
Green Florida's next governor."
|The Port Meyers News-Press"
"Lex Green. Congressman-at-
large, won a straw ballot for gov-
ernor among the members of the
house of representatives at Tal-
lahassee the day before the legis-
lature aajourned."
The voters of Dade and adjoin-
ing counties will have another
opportunity to hear Lex Green
when he delivers his next "heart-
to-heart" talk over station
WFLT Monday. April 10th, at
7:30 P.M.
From Kiev to Western Ukraine and
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Moscow(JTA)A Jewish tank-
ist from Biro-Bidjan, now fight-
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Ukraine, reveals in a report made
public by the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee here, that from Kiev
down the Dneiper, and westward
to Zhitomar, Vinnitsa and into
the western Ukraine he encoun-
tered no Jews in areas where, be-
fore the German invasion, hun-
dreds of thousands of Jews had
resided.
"From Kiev," he writes, "I rode
through hundreds of inhabited
places along the right bank of
the Dnieper, but there wasn't a
Jew left in any of them. Nor did
I find any Jews in Zhitomar. Ber-
dichev, Belaya, Tschekov or Kaz-
atin, or in the thousands of vil-
lages and towns we took in the
Ukraine. There were thousands
and thousands of Jews living in
these places when the Germans
came."
At the same lime, the Anti-
Fascist Committee released the
dispositions of many captured
German soldiers, disclosing the
atrocities against Jews committed
by the Nazi troops. Details re-
vealed in these accountswhich
cover cities and towns from one
end of occupied Russia to the
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otherrange from stories which
are unprintable to the relatively
moderate punishment of death by
starvation or machineguns.
A junior officer attached to an
infantry regiment of the 227th
German Grenadier Division dis-
closes that the usual Nazi method
of mass-execution of thousands
of Jews by machinegun fire was
replaced later by a more efficient
and faster procedure. Enormous
numbers of people were jammed
into gigantic pits, most often dug
by the victims, which had been
mined. When the pits were pack-
ed to capacity the mines were
exploded killing the bulk of the
Jews and covering any who were
not instantly killed with piles.of
debris which suffocated them.
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PAGE TWO rJewlstncridtaE ,... -, % %  !> %  %  %  % % %  % % % %  •• %  ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES ,n_n_n.r ii ii i SCHAAREI ZEDEK i _n_n.rn~ i %  %  SERVICE LEAGUE The Ladies Auxiliary of Shaarei Zedek Congregation an-1 nounoe the date of their Coun( try Fair" as April 25, to beheld, at the Biscayne Temple, 120 W. 15th Avenue. Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz. chairman, announces that she and her committee are working very hard to make this affair outstanding. The affair is for the benefit of the Talmud Torah Fund. The public is cordially invited and there is no admission charge. The Miami Service League held a meeting on Monday evening. April 3 at the Y. M. & Y. W. H. A. Mrs. Murray Kovcn presided. It was announced that there would be no servicemen's dance on Saturday evening. April 8 due to the Passover Holiday. Dances will be resumed on April 15. Home hospitality for the Holiday was reported to be very successful. The next meeting will be a joint meeting with the Victory Belles on Monday evening, April 17 at the Miami Y.M. & Y.W.H.H. SPINOZA FORUM Dr. Z. I. Sabshin will review I I. Singer's book "Family Karnowsky" this Saturday afternoon, 3 p. m. at the Spinoza Forum / meeting under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Miami Beach. Next week Ramona Sawyer Barth will review "They Shall Not Sleep,'' by Leland Stowe. PIONEER WOMEN The Pioneer Women's Organization has announced the indefinite postponement of its Passover Donor Dinner and Tea. Originally scheduled for April 12. lack of facilities make necessary new plans. Buy Stamps and Bonds. M. B. JEWISH CENTER Increasing weekly attendance has marked a new series of educational study classes sponsored by the Miami Beach Jewish Center on Wednesday night of each week. The Center Adult Institute chose for its theme of the present course, "The History and Philosophy of Zionism" taking the form of half hour lectures. Audience participation discussion follows. Lecturers include Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Dr. M. A. Lipkind. Mr. Harry Simonhoff, Mr. David Freedman and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Next week's meeting will start at 9 p. m. at the Center. TEMPLE ISRAEL The annual election of offM was held by the Sisterhood rf We Israel at a luncheon nutting. Those elected for the ling year are: Mrs. %  gjg Hvman, president Mrs.y*£ Lewis, first vice J^^JSJ S •• Lul v. second vice prestd eni, Satorftaga corresponding scc.eiar>. A irsHenry Kauftman. MMtUntcor responding secretary; Mrs. rrank Coret. treasurer; Mrs. M.B. K *>_ %  financial secretary-and Mrs. man Wronker. auditor !" e trus tees include Mrs J. D. EppStein, Mrs. Jerome Freehung, Mrs. Jan nette Jacobs Mrs. l*" rd J stein. Mrs. B. G Landau. Mrs. Max Orovitz. Mrs. Monte & Mrs Louis Strauss. Mrs. Herman V>,11. Mrs. M. J U Lichtenstetter. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish delivered an inspiring and educational talk. Miss rloiencc Feldman rendered piano selections. ... Installation of officers will be held in May. J. W. V. AUXILIARY BETH JACOB A. Z. A. TOWER THEATRE S.W. 8th St. at 15th Are. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. Fri. April 7 — Last Day Gobs, Gals and Giggles! // "SAILORS HOLIDAY WITH ARTHUR LAKE JANE LAWRENCE BOB HAYMES Starts Sat. at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Wed. April 8-12 The Humorous, Heartwarming story ofynn AllAmerican Family! "THE SULLIVANS WITH THOMAS MTCHELL ANNE BAXTER WARD BOND TRUDY MARSHALL On Sunday. April 16. Miami Chapter, No. 322 in cooperation 1 with the Greater Miami A. Z. A. 1 and B'nai Brith girls will hold 1 a farewell meeting for Milton Friedman. The program will start 1 at 8:30 p. m. at the Y. M. & Y. W. H. A., at 1567 S. W. 5th Street. There will be special entertain, ment. Chairmen ofthis event ; are Alephs Ben Pivoz and HerI bert Katz. Members and friends I are invited. Gartenberg & Schechter's GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL Strictly Kosher Dining Room %  Catering (o the General Public hpecbtl MtontiMl (• %  Private v a lions, Banquet*, Bin Mltsvaha. \Vddlnx> i!6 Washington \\. Mlnml liyaun PHOME &-£ Pallas Athena Restaurant EXCLUSIVELY GREEK AND ORIENTAL COOKING 224 WEST FLAGLER STREET OPEN FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P. M. NATHAN GINSLURG'S l^fc^ki TRUE FARM FOOD 11/ / O ., RESTAURANT I W0 W0 645 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH Dietary Laws Observed SERVING KOSHER MEATS VEGETARIAN DAIRY 2 DINING ROOMS 2 KITCHENS Meats Meals Served From Daily Vegetarian From 1 P. M. 8 A. M. OPEN EVERY DAY The Sisterhood of Beth Jacob congregation is sponsoring a Jewh motion picture. "The Cantor s s on? starring the Jewish singing f stage and screen. Mpishe Oisher. The picture will be shown at Beth Jacob Synagogue. 301 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, on Sunday. April 9th. at 8 30 p. m. This picture is of a very high calibre. Tickets are fifty cents and may be purchased at the door. Tiif proceeds from this affair will go towards a fund for paintine and redecorating the Beth Jacob Community building which houses the Talmud Torah and religious school and work has alBtarted on this project. NATIONAL COUNCIL JWJjTUtfBLT,im J^VISITWAT^ The regular mt-etin^7~~~ Jewish War Veterans wfll u > on Monday night. April if uS" at 8 p.m. at the Beth Da Vi d A ^ tonum. vm Audi. A discussion of cum> est will be conductSaT?^ Table conference with v.^ Sullivan. Rev. Ja m and R& Shapiro participating TnJ tabb > rator will be Eustis" L AH"*' famous author and lector?,Tfected as the subject is "R„i Sel After This War." ""H* pubte. m eeung o pen *. WORKERS ^ ALLIANCE The Freda Markowitz Ladies' Auxiliary gave a Welcome Tea for wives, mothers and sisters oi servicemen, at Beth David. Thursday afternoon, under direction of Minnie Kline, president. Capt. J. W. Davis of the American Red Cross exhibited some March of Time talkn afti I which Rav Marks assisted in collecting $26, which was turned in towards the Red Cross Drive. Members filled out forms extending home hospitality for the Passover holidays for Jewish men in the armed forces. In addition, the ladies will give the convalescent boys in the n itary hospitals a Passover treat Certificates were distril Uted to members to be sent ihi ir i tives in the service, showing that they have been honored through the purchase of an additional $100 bond in the recent "Buy a bond for a boy" drivi Mrs. Herman Slepian was appointed publicity chairman and Mrs. Hannah Bronstein accepted the secretaryship. Mrs S. Augustine was named conductress. New members admitted include Mrs. Hugo Block. Mrs. Sam Solodar and Mrs. Hannah Bronstein, Mrs. Ida Shankman. Mr.Hugo Block, Mrs Ida Cohen and Mrs. Sarah Augustine were in charge of serving refreshments. Due to the Passover Holiday, Friday Review regularly duled for April 14. will be held instead on Tuesday. April 11. at 10:30 a. m. at the Y.M.H.A. building. 1 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Subscribers and patrons who attend regularly are asked to please note the hour has been changed to 10.30 in the morning. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. reviewer for the series, will present a dramatic condensation of the Literary Guild selection for March, a el entitled "Liberty Street" by I. V. Morris. This is the tenth in a series of reviews of outstanding fiction and non-fiction sponsored by the Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, as an educational projI and for the benefit of the War Activities fund. The fourth annual Third SetoT sponsored by the Bialik £2 of the Jewish National wES Alliance, will be conducted \ the Jewish Community Cent.V 1415 Euclid avenue. Miami rW Monday April 10. 1944, 6:30 pi A Kosher Passover fish sup. per with wine will be STTJA The traditional Hagada. rnoderj lzed in the spirit of present fa events, dramatically recited b? a group of Bialik Branch nj bers. will be the main faZ of the celebration. A special program of muao; Passover entertainment, headed by an international artist Sin Osnath Halevi of Palestine and Cantor A. Friedman of the Beth Sholom Center has been arranged. Miss Anyuta Mebcor will assist at the piano. No appeals for contribution will be made and the proceeds will assist the refugees in Palatine. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mow* §tctlteti Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaglei St.. Miami y COMPLIMENTS OF Biscoyne JAI-ALAI Fronton 4! 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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewist>Flcrfdrian v Power Broadened in Palestine As Jewish Immigration Is Abolished n %  Jerusalem (JTA)—Adhering to the terms of the British White Paper, which has not received the approval of the League of Nations and of the United States Government, the Palestine Administration this week closed the doors of the country to Jewish immigration, with the exception of 20,000 refugees who may still enter. Immigration of Christians and Moslems will continue. To prevent any possible disturbances the Palestine Government issued an order empowering every policeman to arrest without any warrant and detain pending inquiries, any person who fails to provide satisfactory proof of his identity, or his reason for being in the place where he is apprehended. Persons arrested may be detained for 48 hours. The Superintendent of Police may authorize further detention up to seven days, but must immediately report the circumstances to the Palestine High Commissioner. A battle between police and Jewish terrorists in Haifa and many raids and arrests here, in Tel Aviv and other places marked the first week-end following the suspension of Jewish immigration into Palestine under the terms of the White Paper. The Haifa battle, in which two policemen were wounded, one fa tally, occurred when police raided a house in which they had been informed a wounded man was hiding. When they broke in they found four men, one of whom was wounded. The Utter threw a small grenade at the police officers, and he and his accomplices escaped in the subsequent confusion. He was arrested later when he sought treatment for his wounds at the Hadassah Hospital. The police found a duplicating outfit, some arms and ammunition and twelve military unij forms in the raided house. The, dead policeman is Itzhak Polany. | 39, a Polish-born Jew who joined the police force in 1927. The other officer wounded was a British inspector named Cole. He ifl reported recovering. Resenting the fact that collective responsibility has been imposed upon all the Jews in Palestine for the criminal acts of a small group of desperadoes. Jewish leaders this week asked that the curfew be lifted. They reiterated their argument that the twelve-hour curfew which starts at 6 p. m. is affecting Jewish trade and industry and is causing tremendous economic dislocation. The collective punishment is considered especially unfair in view of the fact that the Government is well aware that the small croup of terrorists does not recognize the authority of the leaders of the Jewish community/ At a meeting of leaders of central Jewish bodies, including the rabbinate, it was decided to do everything possible to combat the small terrorist groups. Religious sanctions against terrorists were among the measures adopted The meeting also authorized the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Council to take further moral sanctions against the terrorist groups in order to deprive them of any possible assistance from individual members of the community How much further Jewish leaders can go in asssisting the authorities to check terroristic activities ifl a question still to resolved. Are they supposed to organize vigilante bands operating outside the law to fight crime. This seems to be the only possible step beyond moral sanctions. But there is little doubt that the first effect of vigilante, action would be to widen the present terrorist activity into civil war between Jews. In addition, the Palestine Government, which does not admit any breakdown in law enforcement, would react most vigorously if th< Jewish Agency, or any other body. TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES FERTILIZER 235 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-0541 GREETINGS J. C. WILLINGHAM SERVICE STATION 1540 S. W. Second Avenue PHONE 4-9270 "Mole §oA ymiA. Money." SfcARS, ROEBUCK AND CO* BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT 13th ST. A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE GREETINGS WISTERIA FRUIT COMPANY 303 E. Flagler Street MIAMI—PHONE 3-2833 tried to take the law into their own hands. David Ben-Gurion, chairman ol the executive committee of the Jewisn Agency, addressing a mass meeting in Tel Aviv, one of several held throughout the country to discuss the rescue of European Jews, condemned the recent outbreaks of terror, but expressed wonderment at the fact that the police have not %  searched more earnestly lor the terrorists. He added, "maybe the Administration wants to show that the entire Yishuv is guilty? Ben-Gurion stated that the Jews are fighting against the White Paper policy—which he described as "the fruit of the opportunism of present British policy"—but "are not at war with British policemen or clerks." Urging Palestine Jews to remain calm, he asserted that terror onlv bolsters the proponents of the "White Paper policy. He expressed confidi nee that after the war. the democratic world will not be oblivious to the plight of the Jews. The Agency chairman also urged that the Jews of Europe not only be supplied with hn ad. or means of escape, but also with arms to defend themselves. A delegation of the New Zionist Organization this week visited the Chief Secretary of the PalFRIDAY, APRH 7.1^ estine Government anH • out to him that the KLfiH* though adhering to aX&K active political struggle KuL 0 aganda for free Jewish 'nation and for the establifir?'; Palestine as a Jew.sn sK? { against violence or terror ty delegation expressed reeroi the bloodshed and the


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PAGE FOUR The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue. Miami. Fla P. O. Box 2 973 PhoneJ-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 Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1944 NISAN 14. 5704 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 14 PASSOVER Our Haggadah bids us observe the Seder not as though our ancestors were delivered out of the bondage of Egypt, but as though we ourselves had been delivered. There will be no difficulty about our identifying ourselves with our ancient sires in Egypt this year. It is easy for us to feel this agony. Once, a son of their people had been the Prime Minister of Egypt. They had occupied a prominent and respectable position in the economy of Egypt. But how they had sunk. Demagogues had arisen and said: "This people will grow mighty and dominate us." It is the same old demagogic appeal that we hear today. But the demagogues had their way and the Jews were enslaved and various anti-Jewish measures were passed. Every male child was to be thrown into the river. It is easy to understand all of this in the light of all that is happening and has happened under Hitler. We can understand the groaning of the Jew under their enslavement and the figure of Moses standing alone, takes on the resplendence of a living reality as we picture this leader responding to the cry of the oppressed, daring to conceive the vision of challenging the mighty Pharoah with all his hosts and his powerful chariots. Moses had asked that they might leave—had not Pharoah decreed that the male children be thrown in the river?" They are not wanted—well, then why not let them go.-' But the tyrants—the Pharoahs—the Hitlers -show the corruption of their souls in the way they act. Yes, the Jews are terrible—but will they let them go? No, they will murder them, they will execute them in gas chambers, they will have them thrown in rivers—but they will not let them go. We can visualize the panic stricken Jews as Pharoah begins in pursuit of them with all of his strong weapons of war. Even the miracles that the Bible tells us happened, we can understand better. The slaughter of the first born in Egypt becomes easier to understand. According to Stalin, Germany has lost in killed, wounded and imprisoned in Russia alone 13 milion soldiers. Can it be with such huge losses, that in Germany today every family does not mourn the loss of its first bom? We can understand the panic of the Tews as Pharoah. repenting his final letting go of the Jews, begins to pursue them and, lastly we can experience the thrill of the Jews when Pharoah and his hosts are drowned in the Red Sea. All of the ancient picture tallies with our own today except that of the final drowning of the enemy and all his hosts. And the Nazis now know in their hearts that the end of the picture will be the same for them as it was for Pharoah. +Jewishncr ldiain^ HEBREW CALENDAR PASSOVER First Sedar. Friday. April 7 Second Sedar, Sat., April 8 Ro.h Hodesh lyar. t Mon.. Apr,, !" )AY. APRIL 7 Shabuot SunMay 28 ME [LUTED OKI OF (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) 7 to program the and as SINCERE WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER "S PHONE 8-2151 nor. to be s. rved from p. m.. there will be cai its and a surprise of entertainment and dancing. General campaigners in tne drive reported at the Miarn Woman's Club on Sunday. Aprn 2nd that the $176,036 murk bad been reached. This is 94 percent of the goal of S18U.U95. and I remainder is being sought through a whirlwind windup ol tinoutstanding cards to ClO on Sunday. April 16th. Dwelling upon the need for help for Jews, the principal speaker. Rabbi Jacob Tarshish of Temple Israel, declared their plight is worse today than I V( r before What is being done to the Jews everywhere in world, he declared, makes tragedies of the Inquisition of the Crusades appear "naught." He stated: "It is only through accident and the grace of God that you are living in safety in this country instead of in terror in Europe. It is only through accident that you are in a position to be able to be a contributor, instead of seeking charity." Seeking the "last ounce of potential contributions," a small group of volunteer solicitors is busy this week and next in a "mopping-up" process for the 1944 United Appeal. Their work started after the final regular report meeting of the sixth annual campaign, held last Sunday, and will continue through Sunday, April 16th. "The money is still in those cards," the workers were told by Jacob Sher. campaign chairman. "So far a marvelous job of campaigning has been done, but we are a little more than $13,000 short of our goal. The money is there and it's up to us to go out and get it. If all these cards are canvassed as they should be. this Campaign will exceed its goal by !•• tweei) 10 and 20 per cent." Vichy Orders Arrest of All Jews in Northern France Season's Greetings London (JTA) — The Algiers radio reports that the Fn Government in Vichy has is i< | an order for thi am I of all Jews jn Northern France and for I incarceration in concentration camps. A report reaching Belgian cir\ here reveals the i xistenci in i i Belgium of a secret -h Committee i in anti-Nazi activities as part of the Belgian underground mi v< ment. The report says that German anti-Jewish propaganda in B mum is ridicuied by the Belgian population. MIAMI TRANSIT COMPANY Established 1925 UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avgnut PHONE 2-5411 PASSOVER GREETINGS TROCADERO RESTAURANT FAMOUe FOR CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS 23rd St. One Block West of Collins SER.VINO HM,1 AM CMC SUMRIECfl* CO L >. I N O. V £ i V I B r c -.' %  BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER y CREAMERY 79 N. W. 20th Street Phon* 9-1977 REACH YM & WHA IN (CONTINUE D FHO ht PAOE 1) Jewish Federation. Executive Committee of the Anti-ixiama„„., League, Executivei Committee ol Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee, Member of the Dade County liar Association. Florida Stale Bar Association and bnai Unth. In addition to electing the officers and members of tne board, the assembled members heard re,,,,,-i.s by Mr. Zukernick and Jack P Marash, Executive Director. In his report Zukernick traced the history of the Y, telling of the ellorts of the ••Committee of 1U0" who first met on April I, 1943, exactly one year ago to the :..\ He also paid tribute to those men and women who have so successfully worked to build the Y and develop its program. Mr Marasn gave an account of the many activities which had been inaugurated in the past four months and which had served to attract a growing number of participants. He also told of the tion of the Y as a "hub of nunity social and civic activities" where in the past few nths 4!) social, civic and fraU rnal organization? have come to m< < t, In closing. Marash expressed his appreciation to the Officers, Board of Directors, membership at large, the stall, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and the Editors of the Jewish Flor : ldian. Miami Beach Sun, Miami li. ral i the Miami Daily News. for their cooperation in furthering the program and stature of the Y in the community. Following the reports of the President and the Executive Director, the members present hi ard a musical program. Staff %  Bl t Bela Urban, accompani ii by Virginia Urban, played a group of violin selections. He was followed by Lillian Kraff, who entertained with vocal selections. Mrs. Kralf was accompanied I y Anyuta Melicov. HEP. COMPTOM or, GREETINGS HENRY R. CHASE FIRE CHIEF and ASSOCIATES Washington marks another milestone i n T sad history of a wandering and not one to which theM? racies can look with pride" R 00 Ranulf Compton. co-snonJ^ the Palestine resolution S 2 the floor of the House *" "For our failure to act or to protest." he charged ^2 doors of Palestine close toda, because the imperialists vSt of the British cffisJOfff? more important to the MSBJ Administration than furn.sZ haven for millions of Hitler's I' tims in Europe. K "Last week," he continue "the President of the"H States, in what was intended? be i sympathetic stalt asked the nations of the world to open their doors to the refuaZ of Germany and the suffenu people of occupied countnev! well knowing that this was not practical And yet he made 2 move and spoke no word to ken open the comparatively (Z square miles set aside in Palestine by all the nations for immigration of Jews. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN PASSOVER-A FESTIVAL OF ETERNAL SIGNIFICANCE By MARTIN SILVER Each year, as the Passover season returns, we arc struck anew by the eternal values which it embodies. There are some holidays and festivals, which, with the passing of centuries, have lost much of their original signiticance. and are important to us chiefly for sentimental reasons, or for the tradition which they represent. Other holidays are valuable and significant in certain crises in human affairs, but between such periods of stress are relatively dead and meaningless. Passover, with a few of the other i PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS ROME MATTRESS CO. 2027 N. Miami Avenue Miami. Florida PHOSE 32023 y great religious holidays, is as important today as it was at toe time of the Exodus, and its significance remains unalteicu. whether the year be one oi great suffering or one of great joy for the Jews. The explanation of this lies in the fact that Passover appeals to two of the most lundamental of human interests: the education of the young; and the importance of indiviuual freedom in its broadest sense The education of the young, one of the primary aims Oi 1 BSSover, is the mam concern ot tne Seder, the service with which the Passover season begins. The word •Seder" means "order.' and it is an abbreviation ot the real name for the celebration, "the order oi the service for the night oi i assover." At the Seder, it is the cuty of every father to explain Passover to his son. "And thou shalt tell thy son on that day saying it is because of that which the Lord did for me when I came forth out of Egypt." The Haggadah, or "the telling," designed to help the father in performing this duty, describes the four types of sons—the wise son. the wicked son, the ignorant son. and the foolish son.—and explains how the true significance of the occasion can best be made clear to each. With an understanding ot pedagogical principles remarkable even in our time, and inothing short of miraculous in the day .n which it was written. th. svmbolism of the Seder is exPlamed in the Haggadah in terms which should be IntdUjpbte only to the youngest ABA but also to an adult unfamiliar With the ceremony. Further. h symbolism does much to ronyey tw underlying values of the l asa over feast. At the seder meal, a plate^containing the shank bone oi a tomb, a roMted egg. bitter herbs, charoBeth, and three specially prepared matzob is placed before the bead of the household. The shank bone represents the paschal lamb. >< sacrifice in the cays when the Temple was still standing. The roasted egg is said to represent the hagigah, or supplementary sacrifice of ancient days. The bitter herbs remind us of the bitu r lot of our ancestois wlu. served as Paraoh's bondsmen, and th charoseth recalls the mortar which they had to mix in the course of their service in bgypt. The Seder begins with foul questions, asked by the youngest child present who is able to talK -Why is this night different from all other nights On all other nights we may eat any kind "I herbs; on this night only bitter herbs. On all other nights we do not dip even once; on this night twice. On all other nights we may eat either upright or leaning; on this night we all lean. The father explains that the unleavened breao is like the bread which our ancestors ate in the haste of their flight from Egypt. when they had no leaven, and no time to wait for the bread to rise The bitter herbs too he exFRIDAY. APRH 7. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS FLORIDA BOND & MORTGAGE CO. First Trust Building Phone 3-2648 olains. not forgetting to add that oven -f this occasion when we ,,,-ate our freedom from slavery ourjoy must be tempered by )Ur collection of the suffering Which our emancipation caused Egyptians. It is because of s that at the mention of each S the plagues which befell the Fgv t.ans we ipiU some wine no our cups, SO that our cup "ov may not be tilled to overflowing when we think of the c£t at which our freedom was won The dipping of the herbs and the reclining at table are ex,,„,„„, M symbols of the festal n ., um ,,, the occasion, since both „f these were inseparable parts 0 | an oriental banquet A final touch designed to keep eV en the youngest present alert and interested to the very end of the meal is the hiding of the afikomon. The ailkomon is a niece of the cent, i matzoth. put aside early in the service to be saved for dessert Hie youngest at the table watch their opportunity, and. when the meal is ended and the afikomon is needed to continue the service, father must pretend inability to find it. and among general hilarity, must offer ,, rewaro for its return. He a alwavs successful, for after eating of the afikomon comes the part of the Seder which the children love best--tin singing of the traditional song.-and nursery rhymes, The second enduring value of Passover is the stress which is placed on the importance of individual freedom. Many peoples m ancient times passed through PASSOVER GREETINGS SEYBOLD INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. Seybold Building PHONE 3-4751 PASSOVER GREETINGS Florida Provision Co., Inc. Distributors of KOSHER ZION DELICATESSEN 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 The Makers of That Good Royal Palm Cream and Distributors of Royal Palm Milk EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Royal Palm Creamery (Incorporated) PHONE 3-8655 Steady PASSOVER GREETINGS East Flogler Street Through to S. E. First Street "MIAMI'S LARGEST APPAREL STORE" PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY AT MIAMI L. A. USINA. 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The Haggadah is I plete with evidence of the h J. ethical importance which ft Jews attached to their cmancir*! tion, and of their understan/ that universal freedom is the JJ? requisite for religious growth' Passover holds up the iEalS true personal liberty as one n the most important of man's GJ given rights, and remind* us thai like all such rights, we must cher ish it and prize it if we are £ retain it. w Thus we find in Passover a festival of eternal importance because its values are universal Th problem of making moral'jJ spiritual values live for children is on familiar to parents everywhere. The Seder service helni every father not only to "tell hoi son," in order that the Sea'erwiU retain its importance for each succeeding generation, but also h tells the story in such a way that the eternal problems of individual freedom and personal redemption become real even to the youngest GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS 515 First National Bank Bldg. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1944 Army\ Pledges Immediate End of Discrimination in Freed Co untries +Jewisti Ihriii^r PAGE THIRTEEN New York (JTA)-That nmoU'tf elimination of Nazi dise0 ^m,tory legislation and reguSSns S "ountr.es. liberated by hUnited Nations is a basic pol^S the United States Governing nt was idicated by Major GenII A Ulio. Adjutant General !?the United States Army, in a .., r to Dr. John Slawson. exSuvi Vi!'-.-president of the Amencan Jewish committee, made public here. This official statement of the United States policy for the Jews in countries liberated from Axis domination was made by General Ulio in answer to a suggestion of the American Jewish Committee na t sp< cific instructions by American equality j given I liberated areas. General Ulio, speaking for the officers in Allied Military Government (AMG). said: 'Our poltoward Germany is based the fundamental principle and all other evil inoccupational forces on of food rationing be lo |.,cal authorities in all icy upon that Nazi SEASONS GREETINGS JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Building MIAMI, FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS ACME SUPPLY CO. John Manville Bonded Roofer*. Sheet Metal Work Air Condition Duett 1M N E 6th St. Phone 2-6497 HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS to our many JEWISH FRIENDS GLOVER CLUB 118 Biscayne Boulevard TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER -PEELER 2020 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 3-1414 HAPPY • PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS FLKIEI GARDEN £<"" Flagler at Boulevard fluenees and discriminatory practices shall be completely eliminated. In furtherance of this pulley, your letter is being brought to the attention of the authorities charged with the responsibility of planning for the administration of civil affairs in territories to be occupied by our forces." The letter from the American Jewish CommiUe, pointing out that "Jews in Axis-occupied Europe are compelled to subsist on about one-half of normal food allotments," specifically requested that "complete equality of rationing will be immediately instituted" for those who previously suffered from discrimination because the Nazis had issued special ration cards stamped "Jew." Dr Slawson said that similar letters had been sent by the Am-, erican Jewish Committee to the governments of Yugoslavia. Po' land, Norway, Luxemburg, Greece, Czechoslovakia and the French Committee of National Liberation He indicated that the Norwegian Government through Francis Irgens, Counselor of the Norwegian Embassy in Washington, had written that "as soon as part or the whole of Norway has TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Adrian McCune REAL ESTATE APPRAISER REALTOR Security Bldg. Phone 3-7796 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE— A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER AND ASSOCIATES NATIONAL TITLE CO. SINCERE GREETINGS TO ALL MAGIC CITY BOTTLE 6, SUPPLY 222 N. W. 27th Street MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-6666 Sincere Passover Greetings AUGUST STUDIO OF INTERIOR DECORATING PHONE 5-1024 Exclusive Drapery Work and Slip Covers 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 11 Entrance at Pennsylvania Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. SINCERE WISHES FOR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON CI.KUK OF CRIMINAL COURT PASSOVER GREETINGS to our many JEWISH FRIENDS Washington New York 1045 Dade Blvd. MIAMI BEACH been liberated, rationing will be taken over by the regular Norwegian authorities and any discriminatory persisting rules will just be disregarded." CONGRESSMAN LEX GREEN IN THIRD RADIO ADDRESS Congressman Lex Green delivered the third of a weekly series of radio talks Monday night Speaking over WFTL and the tloriua Mutual network, he reported that he had been cordially and favorably received in all the counties he had visited. From his state headquarters it is reported that thousands of letters from his friends are pouring in commending his qualifications I for governor. It is also noted that: many of the weekly newspapers in the state favor Lex Green, such as "The Palm Beach Sun":, "From the very inception of the Townsend old-age pension movement in 1934, Lex Green has been a valiant champion of this great humanitarian cause." The Orange County Chief": "Lex Green Florida's next governor." |The Port Meyers News-Press" "Lex Green. Congressman-atlarge, won a straw ballot for governor among the members of the house of representatives at Tallahassee the day before the legislature aajourned." The voters of Dade and adjoining counties will have another opportunity to hear Lex Green when he delivers his next "heartto-heart" talk over station WFLT Monday. April 10th, at 7:30 P.M. From Kiev to Western Ukraine and Down uneiper Not a Jew Remains PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned 515 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. TELEPHONE 5-5509 PASSOVER GREETINGS PICCIOLO ItalianAmerican Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Aye., Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 5-9031 Famous for its Real Italian Dinners Steaks, Chops, Sea Foods, Pizza Ravioli, Spaghetti PASSOVER GREETINGS R. C. FLEEMAN Security Building MIAMI. FLA. SEASON'S GREETINGS VICTOR'S GROCERY 2013 N. Miami Avenue Phone 3-9374 PASSOVER GREETINGS JEFF'S CLUB & BAR 12th Ave. at W. Flagler St. Miami Dancinq and Continuous Entertainment Never a Dull Moment BUDDY BARNETT Rafael and Bill Bailey Merrill The Blonde Bombshell of Rhythm TERRY PRESLEY Jeff'i Swing Orchestra NO MINIMUM—NO COVER Moscow(JTA)—A Jewish tankist from Biro-Bidjan, now fighting with Red Army troops in the Ukraine, reveals in a report made public by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee here, that from Kiev down the Dneiper, and westward to Zhitomar, Vinnitsa and into the western Ukraine he encountered no Jews in areas where, before the German invasion, hundreds of thousands of Jews had resided. "From Kiev," he writes, "I rode through hundreds of inhabited places along the right bank of the Dnieper, but there wasn't a Jew left in any of them. Nor did I find any Jews in Zhitomar. Berdichev, Belaya, Tschekov or Kazatin, or in the thousands of villages and towns we took in the Ukraine. There were thousands and thousands of Jews living in these places when the Germans came." At the same lime, the AntiFascist Committee released the dispositions of many captured German soldiers, disclosing the atrocities against Jews committed by the Nazi troops. Details revealed in these accounts—which cover cities and towns from one end of occupied Russia to the PASSOVER GREET? S To Our Many Jewish nds and Patrons ~~— LARRY MARKS & CO. 127 N. W. 2nd Street A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Audiphone Company of Miami, Inc. Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Western Electric Developed by Bell Laboratories 117 N. E. 1st Ave.—1211-13 Security Bldg., Miami—Phone 3-3840 West Palm Beach Office: 3800 Washington Dr. Phone 8592 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FROM JOHN E. WITHERS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. Incorporated 1001 N. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 3-2667 PASSOVER GREETINGS to oui many JEWISH FRIENDS ^ ROYAL CENTER 310 S. E. First Street Next to Royal Theatre PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS VENETIAN BUND DEPT. 1702 N. W. 15th Road Prompt Service on Canvas Awnings. If You Have Your Own Frames. : other—range from stories which are unprintable to the relatively moderate punishment of death by starvation or machineguns. A junior officer attached to an infantry regiment of the 227th German Grenadier Division discloses that the usual Nazi method of mass-execution of thousands of Jews by machinegun fire was replaced later by a more efficient and faster procedure. Enormous numbers of people were jammed into gigantic pits, most often dug by the victims, which had been mined. When the pits were packed to capacity the mines were exploded killing the bulk of the Jews and covering any who were not instantly killed with piles.of debris which suffocated them. HAPPY PASSOVER SALLY'S BREEZE INN 20 Beacon Boulevard PASSOVER GREETINGS DAN J. ABBOTT ELECTRIC 3400 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-6294 PASSOVER GREETINGS from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman and Family and JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS UPHOLSTERY CD. 2465-69 S. W. 8th Street LOUIS LUBIN MALCER AND SON CRAFTSMAN OF FINE FURNITURE FOR OVER 20 YEARS FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE BUILT KXCMSIVKI.Y roil Till: BBTTER TIIADK UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY AN EXCLUSIVE AND COMPLETE LINE OF UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Specializing In Hotel and Apartment Work SHOW ROOM 1745 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-3089 1 W I i j



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PAGE SIXTEEN vjewistfhrldlati FRIDAY, APRE 7. im B'nai B'rith Girls Give Liberally To Red Cross War Fund Drive The American Red Cross War Fund Campaign is now in thfi midst of efforts to secure the balance of funds necessary to reach the 1944 goal. The Rea Cross Office has announced the receipt of a contribution from the B'nai B'rith Girls among the many received from Jewish organizations in this area. The letter accompanying the contribution stated: "We realize how nominal this amount is but we feel that every little bit counts in helping you carry on your highly commendable work. Our members, who range from the ages of fifteen to nineteen, are deeply interested in your work for we all have someone dear to us serving In the armed forces of our country." The Women's Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans, contributed $26 to the Red Cross War Fund drive following a meeting when they were shown the March of Time Red Cross film, "At His Side." Mrs. Frank Kline took the money into Red Cross headquarters, H. H. Hyman, chairman of A HAPPY PASSOVER T. E. BRAUN PIANOS PIANOS BOUGHT and SOLD 2380 N. W. Seventh Street PHONE 4-5965 STADIG ELECTRIC AND ASSOCIATES EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS 8221 S. W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-9613 PASSOVER GREETINGS • WALTERSON BODY WORKS 1135 N. Miami Avenue Phone 2-8816 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldq. MIAMI BEACH the Dade Red Cross War Fund drive, reported this week. The Red Cross drive is still only a little more than halfway past its 1944 goal of $464,000, but workers will continue until that sum is reached. ZIONIST EMERGENCY BODY JOINS IN CONDEMNATION N<*w York (JTA)—The American Zionist Emergency Council, representing all major Zionist groups in the United States, this week issued a statement condemning the recent terroristic outbreaks in Palestine. At a meeting of the council, a resolution was adopted supporting the stand taken by the Jewish Agency for Palestine, which has announced that "the deadly hand which directed these crimes is unwittingly or maliciously helping the enemies of the Jewish people." Buy Series E Bonds Now! PASSOVER GREETINGS E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldg. Phone 22843 BEST WISHES TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FRANK V. QUIGLEY 131 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-JI0B PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANCIS K. POWELL RESTAURANT Ultra-Modern American-Jewish Dining Room 525 41st Street, Miami Beach Phone 5-1646 for Reservations Wishing To All Jewish Citizens A HAPPY PASSOVER WALKER Casket Co. 535 N. W. 24th STREET HAPPY PASSOVER THE WENDELIN RESTAURANT 8742 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 8-3185 ACTING CONSTABLE SEEKS OFFICE IN DISTRICT FIVE Harry S. HiRgins acting constable for district 5 in Mi.m Beach, is a candidate for election in his own right, county officials reported Monday. Hicgins has been acting constable since August, 1942. when John S. Baber. the incumbent, obtained leave of absence to enter military service. In qualifying. Higgins said he had reached an agreement witn Baber to resign when the latter returns after the war. This coins*' was agreed upon, Higgins said, to avoid Babcr's having to run lor re-election in absentia. Higgins came to Miami in 1925 and was engaged in the real estate business prior to his appointment as deputy constable four years ago. IN OUR MAIL BOX Jacksonville. Dear Editor: To all the readers of your valuable and welcome paper, I wish a pleasant and happy Pesach. May it bring near the fulfilment of the Pcsachc Hope of Freedom for all the children of men. Most cordially. Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SCHRAGER'S SUNDRIES 309 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fia. PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. T. L LOWRIE 828 N. W. Third Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MAURICE'S RESTAURANT 120 N. E. First Avenue MIAMI, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS ALWAYS BUYING SCRAP TIRES AND TUBES We Manufacture RELIN ERS MOE'S RUBBER WASTE 3336 N. W. N. RIVER DRIVE £ PASSOVER GREETINGS ANTHONY a MAROTTA FINE CUSTOM TAILOR McGRATH'S Formerly of FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK RESTAURANT 10 8E. bid Ave. Olympia Bldg. AND BAR Phone 2-3289 AT !4! 2404 N. E. Second AT*. "A Good Place to Eat" PASSOVER GREETINGS PASSOVER m GREETINGS IICUI pinurrn NLW NUNLLII J. Holden Beckwith HOTEL Jack Holden Beckwith IIU 1 L-l_ ExodoniatB 1S1 N. E. 1ST STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Ingraham Building PH. 3-5734 MIAMI, FLORIDA To Our Many Friends: PASSOVER GREETINGS OKt £ttu School 1010 West Avenue Miami Beach, Florida HIGH SCHOOL PRIMARY KINDERGARTEN PASSOVER GREETINGS UNIVERSITY of MIAMI CORAL GABLES Eden Says Britain and U. S. P( an Further Action to S ave Europe ^s]^ puppet governments, the F j'r assm. other oppressed people "wUi S be forgotten when the iZl?? 1 London (JTA) Further joint ac Uon by the United States and Great Britain looking towards the ,-. „ ue of Jews and other persecuted people from Nazi-occupied countries is under discussion, it wa8 revealed in the House of Commons this week by Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. Asked for a statement defining the British Government's attitude on the question of assisting the imperiled Jews of Hungary and the other satellite states. Mr. Eden declared that "His Majesty s Government, in common with the other Allies, as the hour of Germany's defeat grows nearer re• its detestation of the German crimes and its determination that those guilty will be brought to justice. The satellites, who are expelling their citizens to destinations named by Berlin must know that such action is tantamount to assisting in this inhuman persecution." In a combined warning and appeal to the people of the German Moritz M. Drucker and Farnily of DRUCKER'S ORIGINAL JEWELER WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PA6SOVER 1053 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-3744 Secretary said that;" IhejT 1 ** persecuting Jews an itenwh the'inevUaffi defeat of Europe's arch-on. comes." but th.? "His^a $ Government wishes to make £ that those who have folkiwMiC ^so notffft right path will the gotten in the final recknnin. There is still an opportunity"^ continued, f r ^ — for the mercifiu 2 r .j ...^ir acts of humaniiv and for the guilty to make 255 be releasing their victims 2 making restitution to them" Eden said further that the'eov ernment would cooperate with all private and official bodies to r cue and maintain as far as DM sible all persons menaced by Njri terror. He agreed to take th necessary steps to see that hk statement would be brought tn "the attention of those cerned." conMEN ARE DYING— ARE YOU BUYING? PASSOVER GREETINGS MAYOR JEWELRY Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getzug 16 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-4948 PASSOVER GREETINGS Electric Sales & Service 1550 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2.7471 Authorized Philco Factory Serviei PASSOVER GREETINGS P. M. LEVI PLUMBING 2141 S. W. Third Street PHONE 2-1517 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI TRANSFER COMPANY 1000 N. W. N. RIVER DRIVE MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE 3-8378 V A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL J. A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL JAYMOR DRUG SUNDRY CO. NAT LEVITT 806 N. W. 21st Terraet PHONE 3-3049 PASSOVER GREETINGS VAN PLUMBING COMPANY 3503 N. E. 2ND AVENUE CHARLES VAN DELINDER PHONE 2-1411 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait SAFETY AND PLATE GLASS Glass Parts 1849 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-7730 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER C. I.Lf|[ FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 2-5840 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER • U DRIVE MOTORS INC. Ml WIIT FLAOLER MIAMI, FLORIDA PH. 3-8283 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES Mallard's Market 676 N. 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PAGE SIX +JewlstrhrMa£_ F REFUGEE TO Washington (JTA)—A Colorado farmer has sent the War Refugee Board a donation of $100 "to help finance your program" and an offer to take in five Jewish refugee families "when the opportunity arrives.' it wass revealed here. In a letter to John W. Pehle, the Board's executive director, Harry C. Rogers of Dove Creek. Colorado, expressed his own and his neighbors' gratification over the establishment of the Board and its •'humane undertaking" of rescuing the Jews and other victims of Nazi persecution. "I have been talking to some of my neighbors about the rehabilitation of the Jews as a personal responsibility and am finding fast response," he wrote ••Our Bible teaches us 'we are our brother's keeper.' and this call from the persecuted Jews of Europe is the dearest and most appealing to Christianity that has been heard in 2.000 years Enclosed is my check for SI00 to help finance your program. I want to offer you my personal assistance when the opportunity arrives and homes are sought for these people. I will take five families on my own farm and will see that they are sheltered under the principles of the lour freedoms and tutored to love our constitutional government." A REVIEW THE STORY OF PESACH Sixteen-Page Pamphlet Issued by Manischewiti Matxo This excellent booklet was prepared for children of school age, However, it may be used pro tably by adolescents and adulU Among the subject, included in this booklet are "Story of Pesach." "The Seder Night, The Seder Table.'"Symbols of the Seder," "Songs for Pesach. and some stories aim poems related to Pesach. The features arcwritten in an interesting style, in simple but good English, and are attractively illustrated. The addition by the sponsors. "Manischewitz Matzo," of a list of Hebrew expressions on 1 asach, questions on the holiday, the Hebrew equivalent of the sym: hols of the Seder and more poi ms 1 and stories of modern theme, would make for greater enjoy| ment by our children and would make the booklet more comprehensive and inclusive. I highly recommend the use of this fine booklet in our schools and in the home. A P. GANNES, Director Bureau of Jewish Education When Thomas Jefferson. Benjamin Franklin and John Adams were appointed to prepare a design for the seal of the United St,ms on the same day that the Declaration of Independence was adopted they first proposi d a d< vice showing Pharaoh sitting in an open chariot, a crown on his i I and a sword in his hand. passing through the dividing waters of the Red Sea in pursuit of the Israelites: with rays from a pillar of fire beaming on Moses, who was represented as standing on the Shore extending his hand over the sea. causing it to overwhelm Pharaoh. BE TENDERED CENTER JFFICEHS On Wednesday evening. Alg 12th the Miami Beach JeWWh Center will tender an Installation Banquet to the newly elect "' "S* Mr. Harry Boden; Mem is the chairman of t e ban quet committee, and Will Of. listed by Messrs. Raymond Rubin. Daniel M. Broad and sidon Goldberg. The formal ns • • ; tion ceremony took place during the regular Friday evening servces, March 31st. The officers who were installed were: Mi. Samuel Friedland, President. M Joseph M Rose, First Vice-1 resident Mr. Herman Berk. Second Vice-President; Mr. Hairy Sirkin, Treasurer; Dr. Sol Selevan, Recording Secretary, and Mr. Harry B. Ungerleider, Financial Secretary. Newly < lected to the Bi ar i of Directorwere Mr. Raymond Rubin. Ml Daniel M Broad, Mr Isi l< r. Goldberg, Mr. Hairy Zukermck and Mr. Joseph M Lipton. The following Hoard members, whose terms did not expire, will also .-. rve: Jacob Andron, Samuel E. Bernstein, Harry Bodi nstein, Nathan Glosser, Abraham Halperin, Nat H Hankoff, Baruch Holman, Max Lippman, Abraham Selevan, Alex Sussman REPRESENTATIVE iPPEILS TD STOP Dr. Sachar Will Speak Sun. April 17th. at Center Dr. A I. Sachai Will speak on Monday, April 17 at 8:15 p. m., at the Miami Beach Center. 1415 Euclid Avenue, before the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. His topic will be. "The Challenge of Modern Palestine." The public is invited Washington (JTA) — Tracing the contributions of the Jews to the spiritual, cultural and industrial development of America, Rep James M. Curley, Massachusetts Democrat, this week appealed for an end to hatred and persecution—"not in the name of tolerance, but in the name of justic and fair play" for the Jewish people throughout the world. "The persecution and oppression of the Jewish people by the Germans under Hitler must not be m i nutted in America." he declared In his twenty-minute speech on the floor of the House. 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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Jew!stncricfiar? FRIDAY. APRIL 7, Zionist Journey of Refugees Aided by Hias PALESTINE PLANS Continued from Page 21 the Arab loaders can be traced to the propaganda of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany which dates back a number of years. Arab rule, under such leaders, woulo put an abrupt end to the excellent reclamation work now being carried on. This would come about, not because of ignorance on the part of the Arab peasant, but because this would be to the interests of the Arab feudal landowners. Dr. Lovvdermilk. with his keen The recent Zionward Journey of the Portuguese line S.S. Nyassa. which crossed the Mediterranean for the first time since the outbreak of the war carrying on its deck 742 Jewish refugees en route to the Jewish National Home, was an event of great significance in the Epic of Rescue. The above news photo received by the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) by airmail from the HiasIca Emigration Association headquarters in Lisbon, is a stirring visual record of the dramatic scene that was enacted in the Portuguese port when the liner sailed, with blue-white flags fluttering, for Haifa, Palestine. The liner was chartered for the trip across the Mediterranean. Passover, the Jewish Festival of Freedom commemorating the deliverance of Israel from Egyptian bondage, which this year be'gins on April 8th (first seder is on Aoril 7th) is observed by Orthodox Jews for eight days but according to the Bible the holiday lasts only a week. In Palestine Passover is observed for only seven days. sociological mind, realizes that society must turn from an economy of exxploitation to an economy of conservation in its widest sense, so as to develop human resource and conserve the resources of the earth from generation to generation. There will never be stability among nations until an adequate food supply is made available to all. All forms of higher culture must be founded on a sound agriculture. Dr. Lowdcrmilks plans for the JVA have been shown to leading consulting engineers in America who have pronounced the project as capable of being constructed at no greater cost than similar irrigational and power projects in the western part of the United States. The Valley of thTZT offers a combination of 1, features and a eoncent !" in lural resources which set the stS, 0 one of the most far-reachS *£ lamation projects on earth £• deep rift of the Valley J\ e drops to 1300 feet below L, h Ch with the extraordinary d if Vel ences in altitude offers iJ T opportun.ty for this R rea?n" dld project. This project w,]]' %  ** provide farms, industry and?' cur.ty for at least four &? %  immigrants in addition in?" 1,800,000 people in Pal'sUne^J and will pave the way f or T' revitalization of the entire N! East, and to the assumption ^ its rightful place of dffiSt{ I f free postwar world. a TO ALL WE WISH A HAPPY PASSOVER ELBOW ROOM REST A URANT 2051 EVERGLADES CONCOURSE Phone 6-9136 Passover Greetings SRAEEL&JABALY IMPORTERS 900 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS L BBST CREAMERY* BUTTER PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons y 'AMERICA'S LARGEST" "MIAMI'S BUSIEST" PrD CR0SS ,T I/ERAK^STOK 51 EAST FLAGLER STREET SE1BERLING AMERICA'S FINEST TIRE DIXIEJJRE Q MIAMI 101 S. W. FIRST STREET 5327 N. MIAMI AVENUE 3539 N. W. 17TH AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 945 FIFTH STREET 1840 ALTON ROAD s ^225Si2Z ) 3 < K22 < 55 < ^c^ j i( y^ ^3*tfa^Wl To Our Jewish Friends Miami Home Milk Producers Association OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAmY FARMERS D GRADE "A" PASTEUR.ZED M.LK-.SOURICREAM DR,NK "HOME MILK" !" PHONE S-7696 M1LK FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE FT. LAUDERDALE 613 WE SINCERELY BELIEVE THAT THERE IS Kn ..^_ "AT THERE IS NO BETTER DAfflY PRODUCT THAN HOME MM



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)AY, APRIL 7, 1944 +Jewish fk>rUlan PAGE NINE 5. Jews Barred from Palestine; esident Gets Plea for Free Entry —, O 1 Washington (JTA) — Inquiries Sfbv the Jewish Telegraphic na n,v this week in authorita&?&£ h ere elicit ? d the I r c : K that American Jews are HJ from immigrating to PalE? af a result of the British Ehitr Paper ban on al new JewThi immigration to Palestine. No distinction will be drawn -tween American Jews and %  tews of other countries with reC!rH tii the ban on Jewish entry kartto tne^ ^ j ew is h TelePalestine, aphic Agency was told. The lute Department could give no formation on this subject while ment to the land of their forefathers, have made Jerusalem their permanent home. No obstacles have hitherto been placed in the way of Jews entering Palestine on permanent visas. The present ban on Jewish immigration to Palestine, however, will make it legally impossible for any American Jew to take up permanent residence there, while no such restrictions will apply to non-Jews. Zionist leaders, though apparently disappointed, refused to comment on President on President Roosevelt's statement, which is conside British Embassy refused to ereo a blow to Zionist efforts and ,ake any official statement to the work of rescuing Jews There are at present several | from occupied Europe. Disapl0U sand American Jews^in Palpo intment at "the President's attitude" was expressed by Senator Edwin C. Johnson, Colorado Democrat, and Senator Bennett C. Clark, Missouri Democrat. The latter, who led an hour-long debate in the Senate this week, declared that the President's statehousand American Jews in rai Alton Road MIAMI BEACH, FLA. • > I • ii i •



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fBlDAYJ^LZl 1944 knislfkridtrifi PAGE TWENTY-ONE EXPERT HAS PLAN FOR PALESTINE By DAVID GREEN (Co pyright, 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) in a while along, Evl r> toS that combines the C C Urtic f *e scientist with 2?5S fervor of the prophet, ti ,tmr Land of Promise" is HI book No student of huSU n affan who is interested in iTshai Ol the Postwar world 5n ttforo to mi it n, Walter C Lowdermilk. as%  ? [„! Cl • %  ol the Soil Conser* cervce of the U. S. Deva "" Agriculture, tells the SSS'S only Of B land but of a £L"TS book is a result of ^ey made on the spot by the author "who >';" 1 abroad in Kterests ol land conservation Jfi United States. Dr. Lowdenmlk traveled widely in the \,ar East and made an intensive dv „, the lands and their peoples A "it. he envisions a new civilizatio n rising along the hanks of the Jordan—and tells us in the practical language of the reelamationist how this is to be done: by the creation of the Jorcan Valley Authority. The JVA—as he refers to it. a counterpart of TVA in Palestine —would reconstruct Palestine upon a scale of gnat magnitude to accommodate a population of at least six millions. He sees the reblossoming of an ancient territory that flourished in the time of Christ to the extent of supporting, according to various estimates, anywhere from three to six million people. Reviewing the soil history of Palestine, Dr. Lowdermilk found abundant evidence of a remarkable period of prosperity. Telling testimony (.t great density ol population can be read in the number of abandoned village SEASON'S GREETINGS YfUwJueJb NORTH EAST SECOND AVENUE AT 40th STREET OPEN TUESDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE TIME FOR A SMART INSIDE JOB A tource of income you may have overlooked is that extra room which you could rent with profit. Brighten it with new furniture, drapes, or rugs—"t' not ,ne upkeep, it's the initial expense. And common sense telli you you can get a better price and a more desirable tenant if you hive a really attractive room or apartment to offer. We shall be glad to suggest decorating schemes. You can apply the trade-in credit of your old furniture against the new purchase. BUY MORE WAR BONDS! sites that cover the landscape. The well-built, rock-walled terraces have fallen into neglect and ruin, and over extensive areas soils have been washed off the slopes to bed rock. Ruins of dams, cisterns, aqueducts and irrigation canals show us that at one time Palestine reached a high degree of fertility. The decline of the soil of Palestine began with the first Arab invasion during the seventh century and reached its darkest stage during the four hundred years of Turkish rule from 1517 to 1918. (Ttie old Turkish regime was nothing like the progressive Turkey of today.) The results of this period of neglect are still very apparent in the land. Dr. Lowdermilk found that the decline was brought about not bv advene changes of climate but by man-made devastation and neglect, The author has the highest praise for the spirit of colonization of the Jewish settlers since 1882 and especially for their accomplishments of the past quarter century. "This effort is the must remarkable we have seen A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. lanitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 Miami. Florida while studying land use in 24 countries," hestates. Having seen the remarkable strides made by these Jewish settlers in their 300 colonies with comparatively small reclamation projects, he has great hopes for the tremendous possibilities once the JVA is established. Dr. Lowdermilk draws comparisons between the colonization in Palestine and the colonization in America. There were hardships and dangers in both cases. "But in the case of Palestine, it had to be done on old and impoverished soil rather than on new and bountiful land. Jewish colonization, though confined only to 6 per cent of the land, has shown what remarkable progress can be wrought by a people with the will and the ingenuity. "A people with faith and devotion born of long tradition has changed desolation into fertile lands, fruitful orchards. Their work is an example to other countries in their need to restore wasted lands, and is vitally important for hundreds of thousands of refugees for whom it means the only chance for security and human existence." The several chapters devoted to the agricultural and industrial progress of Palestine in recent years make interesting and informative reading. Induced are a number of full-page photographs. The author attributes the negPASSOVER GREETINGS 1.41. PIPE 4 STEEL 500 N. 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Arab landlords have often taken as much as 55 per cent of the grass yield from the Arab peasant. The Jewish settlements can show the Arab peasant the way to progress. Dr. Lowdermilk, in the course of 18.000 miles of travel through Arab lands, was impressed by the relative progress made by Palestinian Arabs as compared with the Arabs in neighboring countries. Evidence of the benefcial effect of Jewish colonization on the Arabs is found in the increase of the Arab population in Palestine by over 80 per cent in the period from 1920 to 1940. There is no basic antagonism between Arab and Jew, and Arab leaders in the future may find it to their advantage to utilize the constructive assistance of the Jewish Palestine in raising the entire Near East to a higher elevel of prosperity and culture. In this connection, the author recalls the friendship of the late King Feisal in welcoming Jews to the Holy Land. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1944 +Jewish fkrldlan PAGE FIFTEEN NcW York (JTA) — Assurance •hat Jewish member! of the arm-, S forces ." every part of the world Will be enabled to observe ,hc Passuvei iVhich begins Friday eve, April 7, was given this J?, k by Frank L. Weil, president rf the National Jewish Welfare Board In his report on the holiday activities <>f the Board. Shipment of matzoth, sacramental wine Haggadoth and ot her Passover supplies, began | lot November, Mr. Weil reveal-! 'd to date more than 400,000, box,, v ,-h. 7.000 gallons of | wine and 1H0.0OO Passover prayer! books have been shipped by the :; Welfare Board and are awaiting distribution to the iervicemen and wome n thr oug h reg*. %  EPPEHSOM FOR CONGRESS ular army channels. A circular letter (issued by the Army to unit commanders in North Africa reads; Through the same channels that subsistence rations are drawn, a ration of matzath may be drawn for every Jewish man in the theater. This unleavened bread has been provided by the Jewish Welfare Board. Haggadoth are packed in cases, one for each ration. You may find that a group of your men wish to assemble for a Seder service, if there are no homes to which they may be invited, nor a Jewish chaplin in the immediate vicinity to conduct a service for them. Please give such groups any help they need in organizing the Seder." Similar circular letters have been issued in every theater of war, Mr. Weil reported. Washington (JTA) -It was unofficially reported In Washington this week that President Roosevelt has cabled Emir Abdullah of Transjordan assuring him that no action will be taken on the' Palestine questions prior to consultations with both Arabs and : Jews. The Roosevelt message | was sent in reply to a recent cable from Emir Abdullah in I connection with the Palestine resolution in Congress. TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES • A HAPPY PASSOVER JOHN FALKENBERG DISTRICT MANAOBR AMERICAN EXPRESS PASSOVER GREETINGS QBOROIA CULPEPPKR MAI-AI.IM: ('n.n:i'i'i:u Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc. •FOR THE LADY WHO CARES" Open Evenings by Appointment 744 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. PHONE 32561 [ MFRGILESSWM OH UTION'S JEWS Stockholm (JTA)—All Jews in Hungary over six years of age are now obliged to wear yellow badges, it was announced over the German-controlled Hungarian radio. The announcement also said that Jews possessing telephones must report that fact to the police authorities. Swedish newspapers report that Hungarian authorities have already started removing telephones from Jewish homes. The new anti-Jewish measures, which follow the pattern laid down by the Nazis m Germany and in occupied countries, were adopted at B session of the new Hungarian puppet cabinet. No official communique was issued, but it is understood that the cabinet adopted "important decisions for the solution of the Jewish problem." the Budapest radio reported. The new Hungaiian Minister of the Interior, in a broadcast over the Budapest radio, announced that he will wage "a merciless war" against the Jews. "I stake my position on the liquidation of the Jewish elements and of the Socialists," he said. The Swedish press reports that the Hungarian Government has received an order from Berlin to provide housing for 300,000 Germans whose homes have been destroyed as a result of Allied air raids. These Germans, who are to arrive in Hungary next week, will be placed in the homes of Jews from Budapest and other Hungarian cities who are being arrested and deported. Hungarian official quarters estimated that there are 53,000 flats in Budapest inhabited by Jews/ The deportation of Hungarian Jews is now being speeded up. Herded into cattle trains, thousands of Jews are being sent to Czechoslovakia, while others have been placed in concentration camps inside Hungary. The Swedish newspaper Aftonidningen this week reports that the Hungarian Primate. Justinian Cardinal Serei has appealed to the German ambassador in Budapest for milder treatment "at least of Jews who have accepted Catholicism." PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL UNITED NATIONS AID Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. Washington (JTA)—Sir Arthur Salter, Acting Director General of the United Nations Relief and Rehab ilitation Administration, this week announced that the second session of the UNRRA Council will be convened in Canada sometime in June. "A decision has been reached by th-.Central Committee to convene the second session of the Council in June," the announcement said. "We have been informed that the Canadian Government would welcome plans to have the Council meeting in Canada and arrangements are now being -.-ompleted to determine a suitable opening day and place for the meeting. The exact time and place for the meeting will be announced shortly." President Roosevelt signed this week the bill authorizing United States participation in the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. While the legisSINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS W. A. KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO. Shorcland Arcade Phone 2-4647 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HUGH S. LARRICK R E A L T O R 420 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-2773 PASSOVER GREETINGS UNITED KOSHER MARKET 166 N. W. Fifth Street PHONE 3-2270 SEASON'S GREETINGS! The Best Chop Suey in Town CHICKEN CHOW MEIN ORIENTAL U GARDEN 272 West Flagler Street OPEN ALL SUMMER PASSOVER GREETINGS WEBER. 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^AY.APMLVl^ JewishIk rMinn PAGE THIRTEEN ArmV\ Pledges Immediate End of Discrimination in Freed Co untries Vnrk (JTA) — That the Kc.c eltinafon of Nazi d.s00 Sry legislation and regucrim ,natory K liberated by fTm "d Nat.ons is a bas.c pol*?„f he United States Govern^Ll was .du-ated by M ?J or General J of the letter W i Ulio. Adjutant General United States Army, in a Dr John Slawson. exvi ce-president of the ArnSSTJewisn committee, made publi 1 here. statement of the UniSd States pohcy foMhe Jc-ws This official liherated from Axis '"S Vas made by General Sin answer to a suggestion of Se American Jewtoh Committee SSt wecific instructions by Amncan occupational forces on Sty ol food rationing be fito local authorities in all ^berated areas. General Ulio, speaking for the J££ in Allied Military Gov:;',,,,,, (AMG). said: "Our Poltoward Germany is based the fundamental principle Mazi and all other evil inlcy upon that SEASONS GREETINGS JOHN A. 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The letter from the American Jewish Commitce. pointing out that "Jews in Axis-occupied Europe are compelled to subsist on about one-half of normal food al-1 lotments," specifically requested that "complete equality of ration-' ing will be immediately instituted" for those who previously suffered from discrimination because the Nazis had issued special ration cards stamped "Jew." Dr Slawson said that similar letters had been sent by the American Jewish Committee to the governments ol Yugoslavia. Poland, Norway, Luxemborg, Greece, Czechoslovakia and the French Committee of National Liberation. He indicated that tinNorwegian Government through Francis Irgens, Counselor of the Norwegian Embassy in Washington, had written that "as soon as part or the whole of Norway has TO ALL MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Adrian McCune REAL ESTATE APPRAISER REALTOR Security Bldg. Phone 37796 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE — A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER AND ASSOCIATES NATIONAL TITLE CO. SINCERE GREETINGS TO ALL MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY 222 N. W. 27th Street MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-6666 Sincere Passover Greetings AUGUST STUDIO OF INTERIOR DECORATING PHONE 5-1024 Exclusive Drapery Work and Slip Covers 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 11 Entrance at Pennsylvania Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLA. SINCERE WISHES FOR TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON CI.KKK OP CRIMINAL COURT PASSOVER GREETINGS to our many JEWISH FRIENDS v El Washington New York 1045 Dade Blvd. MIAMI BEACH been liberated, rationing will be taken over by the regular Norwegian authorities and any discriminatory persisting rules will just be disregarded." CONGRESSMAN LEX GREEN IN THIRD RADIO ADDRESS Congressman Lex Green delivered the third of a weekly series of radio talks Monday night Speaking over WFTL and the rloriua Mutual network, he reported that he had been cordially and favorably received in all the counties he had visited. From his state headquarters it is reported that thousands of letters from his friends are pouring in commending his qualifications lor governor. It is also noted that many of the weekly newspapers in the state favor Lex Green such as The Palm Beach Sun" "From the very inception of the Townsend old-age pension movement in 1934. Lex Green has been a valiant champion of this great humanitarian cause The Orange County Chief": "Lex Green Florida's next governor." "The Fort Meyers News-Press": 'Lex Green. Congressman-atlarge. won a straw ballot for governor among the members of the house of representatives at Tallahassee the day before the legislature aajourned." The voters of Dade and adjoining counties will have another opportunity to hear Lex Green when he delivers his next "heartto-heart" talk over station WFLT Monday. April 10th, at 7:30 P.M, From Kiev to Western Ukraine and Down Dneiper Not a Jew Remains PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned 515 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. TELEPHONE 5-5509 Moscow(JTA)—A Jewish tankist from Biro-Bidjan, now fighting with Red Army troops in the Ukraine, reveals in a report made public by the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee here, that from Kiev down the Dneiper, and westward to Zhitomar, Vinnitsa and into the western Ukraine he encountered no Jews in areas where, before the German invasion, hundreds of thousands of Jews had resided. "From Kiev," he writes, "I rode through hundreds of inhabited places along the right bank of the Dnieper, but there wasn't a Jew left in any of them. Nor did I find any Jews in Zhitomar. Berdichev, Belaya, Tschekov or Kazatin. or in the thousands of villages and towns we took in the Ukraine. There were thousands and thousands of Jews living in these places when the Germans came." 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A junior officer attached to an infantry regiment of the 227th German Grenadier Division discloses that the usual Nazi method of mass-execution of thousands of Jews by machinegun fire was replaced later by a more efficient and faster procedure. Enormous numbers of people were jammed into gigantic pits, most often dug by the victims, which had been mined. When the pits were packed to capacity the mint* were exploded killing the bulk of the Jews and covering any who were not instantly killed with piles.pf debris which suffocated them. HAPPY PASSOVER SALLY'S BREEZE INN 20 Beacon Boulevard PASSOVER GREETINGS DAN J. ABBOTT ELECTRIC 3400 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-6294 PASSOVER GREETINGS from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman and Family and JOE'S BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS tji UPHOLSTERY CD. 2465-69 S. 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)AY. APRIL 7, 1944 fJewistfkrldlton PAGE ELEVEN lewish Groups in New York Make >rotest Against C losing of Palestine M PW York (JTA)-The Agudas JJd Youth Council of America ^nunccd that it has appealed Tthf British Government tough its ambassador Lord KH#X in Washington, for un*S ate' abrogation of the White Paper "so that the doors of PalE may remain open to JewpTjfSScU also appealed to %  president Roosevelt and John Kpehle, executive director of Evl War Refugee Board, for lnISrcessH" with the British Government on the White Paper. r?ffi Emergency Committee to Isave the Jewish People of Europe EcDorted that Gov. Leveret SalEtall of Massachusetts ajd Irov Olin D. Johnston of South Icarolina joined with the ComEtfttee in protesting against keepline the doors of Palestine shut I o Jews Governor Saltonstall Ipointcd out thai "the Jews of Ipalestine have reclaimed tnedesIprt and made the land bloom Ionce more. Their upbuilding of their ancient land is truly considered one of the greatest achievements of modern times. It is but elementary justice that the doors of Palestine be reopened to the fullest extent, consistent with military considerations, for the Jews of Europe against whom Hitler has so savagely expended his fury." Colonel Morris J. Mendelsohn, president of the New Zionist Organization of America, at a press conference issued a statement saying that "Under present circumstances, the White Paper is an actual death warrant to millions of Jews and is tantamount to Hitler's declaration of extermination against the Jewish people. By attempting to establish the policy of the White Paper, Britain will inevitably create a new 'Irish pocket' in Palestine and kindle in every Jewish heart a flame of hatred for British imperialists that will turn the Jewish people the world into an "international Ireland.' WHITE PAPER IS NOT BRITAIN'S FINAL WORD IT IS WITH PLEASURE AND BEST WISHES THAT I EXTEND GREETINGS ON THE PASSOVER L. Raymond O'Steen London (JTA)— The view that the White Paper is not British statesmanship's "final word" on the Palestine question was exI pressed here by an official Zion-1 ist organ as the document's provisions banning further Jewish immigration and restricting land sales to Jews went into effect. Declaring that "today is a significant date in the history of Palestine and the Jewish people," the Zionist Review states: "The White Paper, though it exists, is not seriously considered the final word of British statesmanship. The whole artificial edifice of half-truths and faulty arguments has broken down under the impact of the great events of the last five years. The editorial quotes Churchill's opposition to the White Paper, voiced before he became Prime Minister, during the debate on its adoption, and declared "Can anyone deny today that Churchill saw much further than the men of Munich?" The Review contrasts the aid Palestine Jews have given the war effort with that given by the Arabs. It reveals that while 23.000 Palestine Jews enlisted the Arabs were able to recruit only 8,000 in Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Transjordan together and that of these 5,000 "have already disappeared — not in battle." GESTAPO RAIDS JEWISH OFFICES FOR REFUGEE LIST Zurich (JTA) — The Gestapo has raided Jewish offices in Bucharest where lists of Rumanian Jews who are awaiting transportation to Turkey en route to Palestine were kept, it was reported here from Rumania. The lists were confiscated, the report said. (In Washington, John W. Pehle, executive director of the War Refugee Board, disclosed that more than 40,000 civilian victims of Nazi oppression — obviously Rumanian Jews who had been deported to Transnistria — succeeded in reaching Rumania prior to the retreat of the German armies from Transnistria. Many of them expected to receive Turkish transit visas in Bucharest to enable them to reach Palestine. Mr. Pehle also revealed that Ira Hirschmann, •the W.R.B. representative in Turkey is due shortly in Washington for "urgent consultation." He emphasized that new developments make it impossible to say how much longer evacuation of Jews from the Balkan countries can be carried out through the Near East.) German newspapers reaching here report that the Rumanian authorities have ordered many Jews in Bucharest to leave their homes before the end of April. The houses will be occupied by "Aryans," the report said. —Buy War Bonds Today— seed An TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER VAL C CLEARY Your Councilman — Miami Beach TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SEASONS QREETINOS HENRIETTA'S FRUIT SHIPPERS 126 Eighth Street PHONE 5 9 3 8 BBST WISHBW To OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS KUBBY HOUSE 261 E. Fl.-.olcr Street 106 N. Miami Avenue SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER ROBERT L. TAYLOR AND ASSOCIATES of the COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE Experienced Constable Member ELKS — AMERICAN LEGION AND VET OF FOREGIN WARS HARRY S. HIGGIINS Vote For and Support n. j FARLOW STATE LEGISLATURE Subject to Democratic Primary PoIItloal Ad. Paid for by Friends LEX GREEN Government of, by, and for the People HIS COVENANT 1. Win the war and peace. Restore State rights and local self Government. 2. Equitable and just taxation. No additional tax. Economy. 3. Expand and develop Florida's industrial and all natural resources. 4. Cheaper automobile license tags. 5. Justice and equality for Industry and Labor—understanding. 6. Homestead and other aid for all war veterans. 7. Definitely $40 per month pension for aged. Cut red tape. Definitely match Federal funds for blind and dependent children. 8. Raise salaries of school teachers. Health advancement A united Florida. 9. Carry out recommendations Florida Continuing Educational Council. 10. Build roads. Develop commercial aviation. Develop tourist trade. ft A TRUE AND TRIED SERVANT OF THE PEOPLE WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE AND FOUND NOT WANTING THE EMERGENCY IS TOO GRAVE FOR EXPERIMENT LEX GREEN IS QUALIFIED, EXPERIENCED AND WORTHY TO SERVE AS GOVERNOR HE HAS KEPT THE FAITH AND HE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOU BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ii H I Your Present Constable of DISTRICT No. 5 Miomi Beach — Surfside Sunny Isle — Golden Beach Paid Political Adv. FOR GOVERNOR EXPERIENCED-WORTHY QUALIFIED-SINCERE Hear hla Radio Speech at 7:30 p. m.. Monday. 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* PAGE TWENTY-TWO +Jewish fhridlian FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1944 Passover Today and Yesterday By RUTH LOWEN (Copyright, 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) The holiday of Passover did not always have the significance for us that it has today. It acquired its present meaning as a celebration of freedom from oppression during the centuries that the Jews suffered most from persecution, from the days of the Second Temple in the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages and up to the present time. In the earliest days of Jewish history. Pesach was the celebration of the arrival of Spring, and in that sense only was it considered a holiday of the renewal of hope. If the sufferings endured in the time of the Roman Empire could emphasize the significance of Pesach as a time of redemption and delivery from slavery, how much more significant should it become during the present days of stress! But these are times when, not only Jews, but national and racial groups all over the world are undei going the same destruction and annihilation at the hands of the Nazis. Although Pesach particularly commemorates the escape the escape of the Israelites from bondage in Egypt, it is a holiday that can be appreciated by all peoples, containing as it does a universal appeal for sympathy with all enslaved peoples and a hope for their deliverance. The Seder ceremonies, perhaps more than any other, have brought about a feeling of kinsnip among the Jewish people. When we sit down to the reading of the Haggadah. the arinking of the wine, and the feasting, we know that Jews al over the world are performing the same rituals, singing the same hymns and experiencing the same emotions. It it the occasion for all members of the family to gather together to partake of the traditional variety of foods and their appropriate blessings. Proudly, the youngest son or grandson asks the four questions as to the meaning of the evening and the customs of the occasion. The answer is the narration of the story of the Egyptian servitude and the escape of the Israelites across the desert and the Red Sea. The whole family accompanies the father in the reading and chanting of the Haggadah. In his novel, "The Rabbi of Bacharach%" the poet Heine says: "The tune of the chant is a fearfully hearty one; it lulls and soothes, and at the same time it rouses and calls, so that even those Jews who long since turned from the faith of their fathers and seek strange ways and foreign honors are touched when the well-remembered chants of reach happen to reach their ears Thus, it is not only the record contained in the Haggadah that j is so impressive, but also the, emotional associations of the whole ceremony which leave an indelible mark in the memory of the Jew who has once experienced them. The ceremony is replete with symbolism, furnishing subject matter for imaginative display and humorous anecdote. The mat* zoh. reminds us of the haste in which the Israelites left Egypt, carrying with them cough still unleavened! The bitter herbs recall the bitter lot of the Jews in Egypt. The extra cup of Wine placed at the table is for the pro| phet. Elijah, who. it is said, will come to announce the good tid, ings at the advent of the Messianic Age. The charoseth (a mixture of raisins, apples, nuts. %  cinnamon and wine) is the sad reminder of the mortar for the brickmaking required of the Irraelitea by Pharoah. Part of the matzoh is set aside as afikomon. | dessert matzoh, which is to be eaten by every one at the table u a symbol of good luck for the year. The ceremony of hiding the afikomon from the children, who are supposed to discover arm •steal' it. lond revelry and laughter to the whole occasion. The Haggadah. in addition to its importance as a religious document, played a great role in the development of Jewish art. Illustrations, revealing the cultural and artistic influence of all countries inhabited by the Jews, adorn the Haggadahs. Many such illuminated Haggadahs can be seen on display in the Museum of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. There, can be found Haggadahs from Poona, India; Budapest. Ymen, Cairo, Venice. Aimers —Haggadans in Arabic, Lad I no. German and Hebrew. The prevalence of hunting scenes in HagRadah illustrations and on Passover plates of medieval and modern Germany have an interesting origin. It so happens that the letters with which the successive steps in the Seder Service begin, form the word YAKNHAZ The Jews in Germany, as JEWELS WORK OF ART SILVER FURNITURE. ANTIQUES AND CURIOS INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1101 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach A. 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MdSl Among the happiest tokens thai we inherit from the past are the two old Jewish folk songs "Who Knows One," and "A kid, A Kid," which have been preserved for us in the Haggadah. The Seder services appropriately end with the singing of these folk songs so that we leave the table with an even greater feeling of joyous identification with Jewish tradition. PASSOVER GREETINGS m MELROSE BEAUTY SALON 3400 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 3-9375 To My Many Friends and Acquaintances SEASON'S BEST WISHES Ba/ti A. YtiJUq, A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Iron and Metal of All Descriptions PHONE 34292 RICHIE METALS New and Used Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th AVENUE I. LEVIN MIAMI, FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTH BEACH HOTEL and APARTMENTS 250 20th Street Phone 5-9501 MIAMI BEACH SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS M. & M. DREDGING 6 CONSTRUCTION CO. 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• PAGE TWELVE Jewlsl)ncrk/mn Hungary to Deliver 3,000 Polish Jews to Gestapo for "Liquidation" !" DAY. APRi 7 Istanbul (JTA) — Assurances that 3,000 Polish Jews, some of whom participated in the battle of the Warsaw ghetto, will be handed over to the Gestapo for deportation to Poland has been given by the Hungarian puppet government to the German occupation authorities in Budapest, it was reported by an Hungarian diplomat arriving here. The diplomat suggested that President Roosevelt's statement of last week, warning of postwar reprisals against those helping to deport or murder Jews in Naziheld countries, should be rebroadcast to Hungary every dayHe confirmed the reports that deportations of Jews have already started and added that the new Hungarian puppet cabinet has issued an order for immediate enforcement of all antiJewish laws. Other reports reaching here from Budapest reveal that the Chief Rabbi of Hungary has been ish public and economic life." to nlace Hungarian ••intellectuals in posts pres ently held _by Jews. IO.OOO TEWS ARRESTED AND PLACED IN LABOR CAMPS Jewish Congress Hails Cooperation Between Americ an -Rus sian J em placed in a concentration camp by the Gestapo and that raids on Jewish homes throughout Hungary continue. The report did not give the name of the rabbi. : de i reportl that more than 10.1 uu •For the last eight days trucks I Jews had been arrested__and Stockholm (JTA) T he Swedish newspaper Svenska DatOnaJews in the country, including paper I the Jewish industrialist Leo 71,,. drive against the Jews in Goldberger who is a personal Hungary is conducted under Gerfriend ot Admiral Horty, the Reman supervision, the report congent of Hungary." Goldberger tinued. Many of the am was made a member "i the j ewa are bung deported t" unHouse of Lords in 1932. known destinations while others The German Transcontinental are being conscripted for slave Press reports that Dr. Istvan Kulchar, well-known Hungarian anti-Semite has been appointed Hungarian Commissioner tor Unemployed Intellectuals "because of his great experience in JewPASSOVER GREETINGS Blanche's Sundries 1428 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-9129 PASSOVER GREETINGS FU MANCHU Enjoy .1 new. thrill in Chinese Food 438 41st Street. Miami Beach Phonp .". 2206 Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons BAKE RITE. Inc. 471 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 3-7923 PASSOVER GREETINGS T BECK'S GARAGE '132 15th STREET PHONE 5-M22 MIAMI BEACH We Extend Our Sincere PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends and Customers THE BLUE DERBY 7th AVENUE and THE TRAIL • FINE BREAKFASTS • DELICIOUS LUNCHES • SUPERB DINNERS • COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE Phone 2-9315 DR. 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The i>n>i My "i arn jews is being confiscated, and her anti-Jewish action oi .1 more sweeping nature is expected. The Hungarian radio, meanwhile, continues t<> broadcast anti-Jewish propaganda it alleges that about 40,000 Jews have ,i in Budapest from other parts of thr country since the outbreak %  >! the war and charges thai "Jewish leaders are taking sides against Hungary and her allies through international conin ctions just as the] I in the last war.' New York (JTA)—The World Jewish Congreu this w-ek announced that it has cabled to the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in Moscow KreetinK the third annual meeting of the Committee. which will open in the Russian capital on April 2. and hailing the growing cooperation between the Jews of the United States and those of the USSR. The Jewish World Congress," the message said, "asks you to convey warm fraternal greetings In the representatives of the Jewish people, meeting on April 2, as well as to the Third Plenary Meeting of the Jewish Anti-FasCist Committee We recognize ..— ^~ these meetings as powerful fac-; groups, to locate them' tors for the intensification of the, victorious structagainst the Hitlerite foe. We rejoice in the growing cooperation between us toric victories over tl barbarians which uplift th, IS SorS? peop W&T5 At the same time, the C announced that ,t has r n 01 ** a list of the names and ad?"!? of more than 30,000 JewsiriS now refugees in Russia n Ca Palestine, southern I ta *' Pers and south Africa an? & iS*' 1 ment camps. The lie i* nten >to persons seeilnVK & tives. The Con R res, nn£"* ment adds that \f th p n Un sought are not listed g £ ,> temot through C00S.M* Jewish Agency, the MosZ "* Committee. We recognize j ish Community Council, anda!! The the earliest known oditi !" .. Haggadah extant i I H Kivum -.. icnc AT", """ is daw and are sincerely convinced that i? u *."• d !" was printed our increasingly closer coopera' ltc "y tion wil contribute powerfully in finally righting the wrongs endured by the Jewish people for centuries. We salute through you the heroic peoples of the USSR and the Red Army on their hisPASSOVER GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH Best Wishes for a Happy Passover Chas. M. Tannenbaum of The Bryan Park Pharmacy PABSOVBR WISHES TOAI* MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN F M of the 6th STREET MARKET 466 S. W. 6th St. ALEXANDER'S SHOE REPAIRING AND HAT CLEANING CO. Your Patronage Always Appreciated 28 N E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-3032 JOHN TOMARAS, Prop. PASSOVER GREETINGS Iroquois China Oneida Silver Bramlett Equipment and Supply Co. Hotel. Restaurant and Soda Fountain Equipment HOMER P. BRAMLETT 800 N E. 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PAGE TEN *JewUtncrk§ian "UDAY. APRn. 7, J KILLED BY NAZIS PRISONER STATES Moscow (JTA) — Throe thousand Jewish Red Armymon who were among the Russian troops captured in the Ukraine by the Germans, were executed in Dniepro-Petrovsk in February. 1942. in violation of all international conventions covering tintreatment of war prisoners, it is revealed in testimony by a captured German. I'vt. Walter Pfeifer of the .'iist R< giment of the 24th Infantry Division, made public here Pfeifer stated that lie had personally seen his commanding officer shoot 80 Jewish prisoners in one day. Another German prisoner, Sgt.Major Arthur Sell rants, radioman attached to the 4th Aviation Squadron, reveals in his ti I many that the Germans k. i hundreds of Jewish civilians in eluding children, in Pyatigorsk by lining them up in an open field and compelling them to %  grasp an uinsulated wire through which a heavy electric charge was sent, killing them instantly. In Rzhev. 900 Jewish men. women and children were driven I into a barn and rr.ael.inegunned. it was disclosed by Cpl. FraiU Weskalines of the 336th Regiment of the ltilst Infantry Divsion. After the machinegunners had eom1 pleted thentask, the bodies pi the victims were drenched witn | kerosene ami set afire, he said. ; In this manner many Jews who ; had only been wounded by the I bullets were burned alive The above incidents are typical of those reported in thousan I accounts of German atro< against Jews which have gathered by Soviet commissions for use in war criminal trials afi i %  : tilities have c< i I perhaps, even before then il the perpetrators of the crim arc captured alive JEWS GONE F jrtit SGUST BROS Rycf **" 13 the bEST! BEST WISHES FROM Seminole Rock & Sand Co. 1114 Congress Bldg. Phone 4 2541 MIAMI, FLORIDA ELECT JOE CONDERMAN SHERIFF SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY The Onlv Candidate QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE 9 YEARS CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF 18 Years of Active Law Enforcement THKlia SITS London (JTA) The vcllow stars which marked the Jews of France and Belgium have disappeared from the streets o I Snd Brussels, indicating the; extent to whu-h the Germans nave purged those cities of Jews, tne Jewish Telegraphic Agency was told by a central travelled wno was in the French and Belgium capitals recently. TI e JTA informant said that it. • %  able to a • rtain the whereabouts of former Jewacquaintances. N %  J< • hbors, when queried c; nc< ,ng the fate ol Jews who had lived in the n< furnish the vai as to their sudden disappearai MI some cases, gruesome storii s of how the Jews -A' n taken from th. ir hi mes by the ; e in tiimiddle : ll night an d • igain, Even the families of the arrested Jews : %  Irani whal ; '' '> to them From convi > %  had with anti-German Fn ni hm n and Belgians, the neutral traveller voiced the opinion that a defeat of the Germans will not, automatically, bung an end to anti-Semitism in western Europe. He said that some of the Nazi arguments concerning Je%vs have influenced the populations of the occupied countries, resulting in those people asserting that while they were ,„,t opposed to native Jews, they would object to immigration of Jews from eastern Europe after the war. .1 A<1 Paid for h\ Pr| la It Is With Pleasure That I Extend PASSOVER GRETINGS To All My Friends and Acquaintances J. EDWIN BAKER Your Candidate For Governor BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS HOME DRUG STORE '401 Bisc.iyrir Doi.lrv.ircl 1'IIONK 1771 A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MORRIS KALER EALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22ND STREET PHONE 2-5197 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS To My Many Customers and Friends JOHNNIE JO DOUGHNUT SHOP 20 N. W. 14th Street PHONE 3-4900 Political Ad. Paid for by Friend* SEND DAN CHAPPELL TO CONGRESS AN EX SERVICE MAN With ABILITY -EXPERIENCE Mothers and Father*: n "' "* %  ">" P'y Poimc. wth the L1FE of your to|di-r •on or daughter" — Dan Chappell PaM Political Ad\ New York (JTA)—The American Jewish Conference this week issued a call to Jewish communities throughout the country urging observances The fact that such a?L| ment has not yet been rS does not reflect a neeatuf? titude on the part of the & Government, which has affl displayed a sympathetic m Z in saving refugees, a War S? gee Board spokesman said, fc Swedish Minister n Wash-Mi has assured the War RfJ2 Board that his Kovernmenu prepared to do everything Bible tO aid the efforts of fc Board, the WRB spok^man* The first Passover service tol broadeast by television came 6B I New York City in 1940 JUERGEN'S OLD CASTLE INN EVERY MEAL A PLEASANT MEMORY' 151 S. E. SECOND STREET I. MIAMI AVE. AT 1st ST. PHONE 2-6161 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps ELECT Paul O'Connor SHERIFF and insure fair, impartial law enforcement for all Dade Coupty Ten years chief of the Miami Internal Revenue office Bald Political Adv.




PAGE TWELVE
Jewlsl)ncrk/mn
Hungary to Deliver 3,000 Polish
Jews to Gestapo for "Liquidation"
DAY. APRi 7
Istanbul (JTA) Assurances
that 3,000 Polish Jews, some of
whom participated in the battle
of the Warsaw ghetto, will be
handed over to the Gestapo for
deportation to Poland has been
given by the Hungarian puppet
government to the German occu-
pation authorities in Budapest, it
was reported by an Hungarian
diplomat arriving here.
The diplomat suggested that
President Roosevelt's statement
of last week, warning of postwar
reprisals against those helping to
deport or murder Jews in Nazi-
held countries, should be re-
broadcast to Hungary every day-
He confirmed the reports that
deportations of Jews have al-
ready started and added that the
new Hungarian puppet cabinet
has issued an order for imme-
diate enforcement of all anti-
Jewish laws.
Other reports reaching here
from Budapest reveal that the
Chief Rabbi of Hungary has been
ish public and economic life." to
nlace Hungarian intellectuals
in posts presently held_by Jews.
io.ooo Tews arrested and
placed in labor camps
Jewish Congress Hails Cooperation
Between American -Russian Jem
placed in a concentration camp
by the Gestapo and that raids on
Jewish homes throughout Hun-
gary continue. The report did ,
not give the name of the rabbi. : dei reportl that more than 10.1 uu
For the last eight days trucks I Jews had been arrested__and
Stockholm (JTA)-The Swe-
dish newspaper Svenska DatOna-
Jews in the country, including paper I
the Jewish industrialist Leo 71,,. drive against the Jews in
Goldberger who is a personal Hungary is conducted under Ger-
friend ot Admiral Horty, the Re- man supervision, the report con-
gent of Hungary." Goldberger tinued. Many of the am
was made a member "i the jewa are bung deported t" un-
House of Lords in 1932. known destinations while others
The German Transcontinental are being conscripted for slave
Press reports that Dr. Istvan Kul-
char, well-known Hungarian an-
ti-Semite has been appointed
Hungarian Commissioner tor Un-
employed Intellectuals "because
of his great experience in Jew-
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GREETINGS
*
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AND
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labor. The i>n>i My "i arn
jews is being confiscated, and
her anti-Jewish action oi .1
more sweeping nature is ex-
pected.
The Hungarian radio, mean-
while, continues t<> broadcast an-
ti-Jewish propaganda it alleges
that about 40,000 Jews have
, ,i in Budapest from other
parts of thr country since the
outbreak >! the war and charges
thai "Jewish leaders are taking
sides against Hungary and her
allies through international con-
in ctions just as the] I in the
last war.'
New York (JTA)The World
Jewish Congreu this w-ek an-
nounced that it has cabled to the
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee
in Moscow KreetinK the third an-
nual meeting of the Committee.
which will open in the Russian
capital on April 2. and hailing
the growing cooperation between
the Jews of the United States
and those of the USSR.
The Jewish World Congress,"
the message said, "asks you to
convey warm fraternal greetings
In the representatives of the Jew-
ish people, meeting on April 2,
as well as to the Third Plenary
Meeting of the Jewish Anti-Fas-
Cist Committee We recognize .. ^~
these meetings as powerful fac-; groups, to locate them'
tors for the intensification of the,__________
victorious struct- against the
Hitlerite foe. We rejoice in the
growing cooperation between us
toric victories over tl
barbarians which uplift th, IS
SorS? peop" W&T5
At the same time, the C
announced that ,t has rn01**
a list of the names and ad?"!?
of more than 30,000 JewsiriS
now refugees in Russia nCa
Palestine, southern Ita *' Pers*
and south Africa an? & iS*'1
ment camps. The lie i* nten>-
to persons seeilnVK &
tives. The ConRres, nn"*
ment adds that \f thp nUn*
sought are not listed g ,>
temot through C00S.M*
Jewish Agency, the MosZ "*
Committee. We recognize j ish Community Council, anda!!
The
the
earliest known oditi ..
Haggadah extant iIH
Kivum........................... -.. icnc AT", """ is daw
and are sincerely convinced that i?u *." d was printed
our increasingly closer coopera- ltc"y
tion wil contribute powerfully in '
finally righting the wrongs en-
dured by the Jewish people for
centuries. We salute through you
the heroic peoples of the USSR
and the Red Army on their his-
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PHONE 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
Chas. M. Tannenbaum
of
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PABSOVBR WISHES TOAI*
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of the
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466 S. W. 6th St.
ALEXANDER'S
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Your Patronage Always
Appreciated
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Hotel. Restaurant and Soda
Fountain Equipment
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To All- Season's Greetings
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Miami's Super Funhoute
To All A Happy PaMovtP
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rBlDAY, APRIL 7, 1944 +Jewisti IkiiWit PAGE THREE -----% %  ---%  ------— — i — i — %  %  rrni'i) UH. I N 1 1 II II SOCIAL ITEMS AND PERSONALS 1 1 %  %  %  %  •-%  % % % %  %  %  %  I II II I i i _r i _n_r i nr ii n i n_ j_n Mr and Mrs. Joe Zalis are now redding "• their new home. 1668 S w 14th Terrace. Miami. Mrs E-ry Stone is s P endin R some time visiting friends and relatives, Mr 1 L Mintzer is convalesc-, in*at the Jackson Memorial following an appendectomy last Sunday Mis Jack Land and son Allen (1 f Baltimore. Maryland are Spending several weeks with Mrs. lands parents, Mr. and Mrs. HZV Miller. 160 S. E. 14th Street, Miami. Mrs. Land directs the entertainment activities of B'nai B'rith Women's organisations in Baltimore. She also Jakes charge of the USO Canteen (here Mrs. Land is a singer of note and during her stay here, has made Rucst appearances for ihe Council of Jewish Women and at the Nautilus. Biltmore and Pancoast military hospitals when 1 she entertained the soldiers BRIS The Brith Milah of the son of Cpl. and Mrs. IrvinR Goldman 1500 S. W. 16th Avenue took place Sunday at the Jackson Memorial hospital. Rabbi S M Machtei officiated. For Better Health Viiit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated To Health Specializing in Rehabilitation Utilizing Laboratory Testa, Diagnosis. R-dionic. Electric Therapy, Spinii Treatment*. Scientific Nutrition, Manage. Colonlc Irrigation, Phyno Therapy, Bio-Chemittry. Vitamin Therapy and other efficient methods for the establishment of vigorous and lasting health. Special, exclusive equipment for scientific reducing, Single or course treatments. Appointments arranged by phoning 7-7896. Or. G. F. Ehrline, Naturopathic Physician. Director 7613-15-17 Biscayne Blvd. Buy U S. Stamps and Bonds. M. S. McGintv Seeking The Office of Constable Marshall S. McGinty, real estatedealer announced his candidacy lor constable of the first Dade district, subject to the Democratic primary. He has been a Dade resident for the past 20 years, coming herewith his parents from Atlanta. Te is a former deptuy state hotel commissioner, in charge of northwest Dade county, resigning the post several months ago for war service. A graduate of the Citizens' military training camp at Fort McPherson, Ga., with top honors, he volunteered for overseas duty shortly after Pearl Harbor and served nine months overseas with the U. S. engineer's department. "Chad Gadya," which is the closing hymn of the Haggadah, is written in the style of the popular nursery rhyme, "This is the house that Jack built," and is designed to retain the interest of children in the Passover service. Musicologists claim that the melody for "Chad Gadya" was borrowed from a French folk tune. A Flying Fortress is to be given th ; name "The Jewish National Worker's Alliance" in honor of the purchase of $400,000 worth of War Bonds, is it announced THE CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT 1709 ALTON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-9951 CONTINENTAL FOODS TO SUIT THE PALATE All Pastries Baked on the Premises CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS Catering to Organisations. Parties, and Banquets SERVICE ENGRAVING CO. HERALD BUILDING — CALL 3-2455 FOR PHOTO ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS FOR THE ADVERTISER PHOTO-ENGRAVING TELLS YOUR STORY SEASON'S GREETINGS Club Bali Never a Cover Charge DeLuxe Dinner 6 to 10 Nightly Biscayne Boulevard at Eighth Street IN WARTIME Your Boy and Girl Will Enjoy SAFETY, HEALTH, and USEFUL ACTIVITIES at the Wbm YlfU>urdaui GcunpA, FOR BOYS (separata camps) FOR GIRLS HIGH IN THE POCONOS Only 90 Mile* from New York and Philadelphia Only 3 Vj Miles from a Main Railroad Station Nearby Parent Accommodations 24th SEASON SAME OWNERSHIP-MANAGEMENT FOR INFORMATION AND CAMP CIRCULAR Communicate with the JTUmnAeimeA 9ALMU tfchaol 1054 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-1312 M AY THIS PASSOVER MARK THE START OF A SPEEDY LIBERATION. A. PAT CANNON IS USING ALL POWER 10 HID (ILL JEWRY Chicago (JTA)—The War Refugee Board is using all the power and prestige of the United States Government to save the victims of Nazi persecution who can still he rescued, John W. Pehle. the Board"s executive director, told 600 Jewish leaders attending the Mid-West Conference of the Joint Distribution Committee at the Hotel Stevens here. He said the diplomatic, fiscal and military agencies of the Government as woll as the facilities of the j Office of War Information. War' Shipping Administration, and: other agencies have been marshaled for the job. "The presi nt military situation in the Balkans presents the greatest challenge to the Board in changing the attitude of the enemy." Mr. Pehle declared. "President Roosevelt's recent warning to Germany and her satellites of the consequences of further persecutions in their territories, and the subsequent British endorsement of that warning have provided heavy ammunition on the psychological warfare front. Cooperating with the War Refugee Board, the Office of War Information and the British Broadcasting Company have carried and will continue to carry that message in every language to every land." Mr. Pehle emphasized that the Board was using all methods in its rescue work—formal and informal, direct and indirect, conventional and unconventional. All of these methods, he said, have as their goal the rescue of human beings, particularly Jews, from the barbarism of the enemy. Stressing the importance of collaboration between the War Refugee Board and private agencies operating in the refugee field, Mr. Pehle asserted that the War Refugee Board offers new opportunities for private philanthropies to operate. Such collaboration, he said, is "the best method of obtaining quick results in a desperate period.", United States War Bonds are still the best investment. ZIONIST LEADERS MOURN DEATH OF London (JTA) — Maj. Gen. Orde Charles Wingate, leader of an Imperial airborne Commando force who was killed in an airplane crash in Burma, was mourned here this week by Zionist leaders who recalled his activities in Palestine during the 1936 Arab disturbances. Gen. Wingate, one of the most colorful figures in modern warfare, taught the Jews in Palestine guerilla tactics to counteract the Arab terrorists. He spoke fluent Hebrew and was sympathetic with Jewish aspirations in Palestine. Writing in the Manchester Guardian, L. Namier, a British Zionist leader, says: "Gen. Wingate was one of the greatest friends who the Jews, particularly the Palestine Jews, had in our time. He seemed predestined to become the leader of the Palestine Jewish fighting force. This was his ambition and dream, as it was the most fervent wish of the young Jews in Palestine to serve under him in this war. He became a legend among Jews and Arabs, but his friendship for Jews was frowned upon both in Jerusalem and in Cairo." The Palestine Jewish community honored this week the memory of Maj. Gen. Orde Charles Wingate as a man who helped them protect their lives against Arab terrorists in 1936, and who sympathized with their aspira* tions here. The official Jewish Agency's blue-and-white flag floated at half mast and reports of his death in Burma were black-bordered in the Hebrew press. A mass meeting in Tel Aviv departed from its scheduled agenda to hear a tribute to Wingate. HADASSAH The senior group of the Hadassah will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday, April 19 at 2 p. m. at the Y.M. & Y.W.H.A., Miami Beach. The Nominating Committee will give its report Mrs. James Cunningham, head librarian of Burdine's will give a book review of "Between Tears and Laughter" by Lin Yuan. A dramatic monologue, "The House of Bondage" will be presented by the president. Mrs. Hclene Lovitz. Members are urged to bring the Jewish National Fund boxes. pay membership dues, and bring a new member. PASSOVER GREETINGS WILSON DRUG STORE 201 Palm Avenue, Hialeah PHONE 8-2212 HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends H TIRE CO. JACK WALLACE. Mgr. S. W. 2nd AVE. AT 1st ST. GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS EARL V. WILSON COMPANY MERCHANDISE BROKERS Miami Jacksonville Tampa PASSOVER GREETINGS — FROM EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION E. B. WILDMAN, Manager 1380 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-1661 WHEEL ALIGNING — AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRING WHERE YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED PASSOVER GREETINGS MRS. FRANCES O. WARRINER Win TH Pay Fir T 5 WATCH REPAIRS Vlqr Hit Stt Utt Itst HAVI AN ACCURATI TIMIKIiril Technical t r at 1 %  I a *r and yean af axps-rid-M only cam maks a man a w atuhm a fc r. You'll And such ski Us at Dan-J-rs. Gel U bMt — U c.aU %  • %  tore. • JIWIUY IVAIIIM %  ft*. 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—ir.roF.' 6RAHAM STRESSES ENTIRE STATE PARTICIPATION IN POST-WAR PLANS FOR ALL MIAMI. Fin. Swinging into thefl nal weeks oi the first pnIry campaign. Sen. Ernest R. rtninam, candidate for governor. 2, a backlog of almost 95.000 voters registered in his home county of Dado, was planning another state-wide speaking tour tQ push his Pica for all-Florida co-operation to insure post war prosperityThe Dadc farmer business man was highly pleased over stateTide reception to his talks on The ABCof Florida prosperity. He listed these as increasing visitor travel not only to Florida but within Florida through newspaper advertising, development S agricultural possibilities by „Hino Florida products to the now available S50.000.000 resort area market, and creating work reserves as a safeguard against depression and unemployment threats. "It's just as simpie u., ABC. When we increase Florida's visitor business—and it can be done through newspaper advertising— we increase our market for agricultural products which are available now or readily available here in Florida. Thus we brine prosperity not only to the resort and industrial areas but to the agricultural counties as well There remains one more major item and that is guarding against unemployment through depression. The answer to tins is work reserves, just as we have on our own farm, so that our men are kept busy after thr* peak business of winter is finished." +Jew 1st fkrir/itr PAGE TWENTY-THREE The original reason for perforating matzoth was to prevent the dough from rising. In the Spitalfieids section of London's East End u was once the custom for Jewish householders to present matzoth to then non-Jewish neighbors on Passover and to receive in return plum puddings on Christmas I'ASSOVER GREETINGS JUDGE W. F. BLANTON f. F. CROWLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS wish to extend the hand of fellowship through the Holy Days of Passover 420 N. W. 29th Street Phone 3-6639 Postal Patrons Using Zone Nos. Postmaster Hugh P. Emerson announced that patrons in certain sections of Miami are now using zone delivery numbers on 50 per cent of their mail, and he is looking forward to even greater use in the very near future. The reason for this optimistic viewpoint is that a new zone directory, indicating the correct zone numbers usec in conjunction with local addresses, is now available for distribution to the public. This directory has been provided for the use of postal patrons by a group of Miami's banking institutions, and it is available at Room 103, Main Post Office, and all stations and branch post offiees. Similar directories are issued in most of the 124 cities using the new postal improvement Postmasters of these cities will have 1 correct zone numbers added to lists of addresses served by their offices, anc will return them to mailers without charge This is an excellent time to bring your mailing lists up to to date, the postmaster stated. UPCHURCH IS OPPOSED TO BUREAUCRATIC DICTATION TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Miller Electric Company PHONE 9-2477 Miller's Shell Service PHONE 2-9161 1101 W. Flagler Street MIAMI. FLA. Bradenton—Winning the peace in Florida through operation of comprehensive, balanced postwar plans must be accomplished by permitting each city, state and county to solve its problems without bureaucratic dictation and waste, Frank D. Upchurch, candidate for governor, declared' in a campaign address here. "Forty billion dollars is a fair estimate of the increase in the national debt as a result of the mishandling of the postwar readjustment after World War No. 1," Upchurch said. "We cannot as a nation or as a state withstand the same types of mistakes again." he added. "When the war has been won we will still have before us the tremendous task of averting another depression. The manpower shortage and scaicity of materials, products and supplies will be translated into a surplus. When we stop feeding with the products of our farms half the world we will be confronted with problems, the solution of which will tax our best efforts as individuals, as communities, as states, and the nation as a whole." Upchurch asserted. RICHARD MEMORIAL WILL BE FEATURE EVENT WHEN TRACK CLOSES APRIL 10 The thirteenth running of the Tex Rickard Memorial race is the outstanding event on the Miami Beach Kennel club's racing calendar and will be the chief topic of conversation arouno' the Beach oval this week. The event is scheduled as the feature of the final night of racing at the seaside track whose meeting comes to a close on April 10. This race, over the marathon distance of the Rickard course, is presented each year on closing night as a tribute to George L. "Tex" Rickard, the famous promoter who built the Beach track back in 1929. Many Protestant clergymen ui the America of Colonial days drew a parallel between George III and Pharaoh in their discourses on the grievances of the colonies against England, inferring that the same providence of God that rescued the Israelites' from Egyptian bondage would free the colonies. Best Wishes to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons I EQUIPMENT CO.. INC 1228 S. W. 1st Street MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS T =SI GARDEN "The Home of Delicious Food" LUNCHES • DINNERS 2235 TAMIAMI TRAIL Buses 3 and 5 Stop at Our Door Phone 4-3155 SEASON'S GREETINGS Lora Pack SPORTSWEAR FOR WOMEN 639 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-1916 TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER J. J. FARREY BUILDING DIVISION MIAMI BEACH TC OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS CLARK 6, LEWIS CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 34 N. E. 11th Street Phone 3-3108 PASSOVER GREETINGS HOUSE R COMPANY, Inc. Fire and Casualty Insurance FLORIDA BOND and MORTGAGE COMPANY Mortgage Loans Investments HOUSER REALTY CO.. Inc. Real Estate Property Management FIRST TRUST BLDG. PHONE 3-2648 PASSOVER GREETINGS OSCEOLA MARKET Qeorge Jacnlm, Pi opi letoi Quality Fancy Western Meats and Fancy Groceries WE DELIVER 2293 S. W. 17th Ave. — Ph. 4-1727 l { SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building PHONE 2-4958 Passover Greetings GREETINGS ALEXANDER ORR. JR. INC. PLUMBERS 218 N. E. Sixth Street PHONE 2-3119 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS for a HAPPY PASSOVER NOT INC. EMERSON TIRE COMPANY "TIRE RECAPPING HEADQUARTERS" 600 N. E. lit Ave. Tel. 3-5308 1185 N. W. 36th St. U. S. Tires Batteries Kendall Veedol Tydol Oil GREETINGS %  FROM JACK FISHMAN MANAGER IIU 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA TO ALL—SEASON'S BEST WISHES "City Ice" serves the food industry in an untold number of ways. From farm to table, food depends on ICE. In fact, modern food distribution to military as well as civilian copulation is IMPOSSIBLE without ICE. In the fields, in railway refrigerator cars and trucks, in cold storage plants, hotels, restaurants, factories, stores, and homes. ICE in its thousands of applications, helps guard the nation's food supply. PROTECTING FOOD1 THAT IS OUR WAR JOB tCB FUEt* M-nU-HRT I LUMBER YARDS, INC.I CORAL GABLES LITTLE RIVER MIAMI SHORES COCONUT GROVE •i %  1 '' 1 i



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#f ;. PAGE TWENTY HIS JOB TO SAVE JEWS OF EUROPE By MURIEL LEVIN (Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) (An interview with John W. Pehle, Executive Director of the War Refugee Board). John W. Pehle is doing a job. A quiet personality, he is doing what many would consider the most dramatic job in the world today. With the world in the midst of war, with millions threatened with masssacre and homelessness, he is saving lives from a small, quiet office in the Treasury Building. Only a decade out of Yale Law School, he has spent those 10 years in government service, making a career of what some would regard as the dullest clerking. He worked up to the position of director of Foreign Funds Control, gained wide experience in dealing with foreign governments and U. S. departments and agencies, came into close contact with representatives of private relief agencies. Now he has Income boss of the War Refugee Board. Pehle was appointed acting executive director of the board early in February, shortly after it was created by President Roosevelt. The organization consists of Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson and Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau. Jr. Thus far he has only a small staff, but the Presidential order creating the board provided for the appointment of special attaches to United States embas 1 sies at foreign capitals where refugees may be helped. One of these, Ira Hirschmann, has already started work at Ankara. Other representatives will soon be sent to Switzerland, Spain and Portugal. Many refugees—sometimes 100 a week—make the cold and difficult trip across the Pyrenees into Spain, where the Franco government has received many thousands. Others make their way from Rumania to Turkey, or from Yugoslavia to Italy in small boats. About 6.000 Jews escaped from Denmark to neutral Sweden when Nazi persecutions in the first of the occupied countries became especially severe late last year. The board's job is to strengthen the underground forces that are helping the clandestine escape. and to empty the havens so that more will be admitted. Pehle said that the most promising way of getting large numbers of refugees out of Hitleroccupied Europe was through the Balkans. This could be done overland through Bulgaria, or by sea from Rumania. With the permission of the governments of those countries. Pressure on Axis satellites is expected to be somewhat effective. There is also a posssibility that Germany might be willing at some point in the war to permit the departure ol large numbers of refugees, but Pehle holds out little hope of such a development. He explained that the Intergovernmental Committee on RefPASSOVER GREETINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. 301 Northwest 29th Street -WHKRK THE BUTE MEET" OPEN TILL '' A M. 15 NE. 3rd Ave., Elks Club Bldg. AUTHENTIC CHINESE DISHES ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT Phone 2-2277 PASSOVER GREETINGS BISCA YNE LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Phone 50254 231-233 11th Street. Miami Beach DE LUXE SERVICE An Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BABY DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY We Supply Diapers or Launder Your Own for as Low as $1.00 per Week 422 S. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 4-5515 SLACKS AND SHIRTS HIGH CLASS —CUSTOM MADE TOM AND CHESTER BLASIAK TAILORS 14 N. E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-7679 To Our Patrons and Friends A Most Happy Passover MINNA LEE YOUNG COLONY SHOP 603 LINCOLN ROAD ALSO VISIT THE BIG BROTHER SHOP WILSON'S YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 557 LINCOLN ROAD Ph. 58-1990 *Jewistncrldlan agees has a somewhat different task than that of the WRB. which will probably work more closely with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation AdminiMi.ition. The Intergovernmental Committee is charged with planning the permanent resettlement 01 refugees who will not. for one reason or another, return to their homes. The problem of theiWKB is to save lives—now. UNKliA deals with the relief problems of refugees at the time an area 18 liberated by the Alln The War Refugee Board. Pehle told this correspondent, has not vet gone to Congress for money because it wants to have something tangible to show. Authorized to accept contributions from voluntary soura s, th< WRB has already received one cheek for 1,000 from the Hebrew Immigrant Aid and Sheltering Society. There have not been any other large contributions, but the WRB can always find a private agency FRIDAY, APRIL 7, |* ready to do a specific job—usually the Joint Distribution Committee. A few words about Pehe himself He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Otto W. Pehle of Omaha, Nebraska. His lather, formerly with the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company, is now in the oil business. Pehle and his wife live in a log cabin in Bethesda, Maryland. %  Mrs Pehle, an artist, is the daughter of a former professor of bacteriology at Cornell. They have two children. John W. Jr., who is four, and Stephen, six months Old. Pehle likes to garden, admits to B fondness for the detective stories of Dorothy Sayers, bowls regularly with a • of lawyers in Foreign Funri*r trol. and smokes a K n stantly. pipc >n. When interviewed at the „i seemed tired, for he leaned S in his chair with his eye, el. His relaxed appearance, how^ was in direct contrast to hS,' and comprehensive answers questions. s "> He replied modestly anrf phasized that it was J^t^ tant to actually save P eopi m £ to talk about saving them w said that he could attribute litii! specifically to his own efforts Z point out that progress was bein, made. '"* MAXWELL HOUSE 2147 S. W. 8th St On The Trail. Ph. 2-8941 w Seafoods — Poultry — Steaks — Chops PREPARED BY NEW YORK CHEFS LUNCHEONS—11:30 A.M. to 3 P.M. DINNERS—5 P.M. to 9:30 P. M SUNDAY DINNERS—12 Noon to 9:30 P.M. A La Carte Service Until 12 p. M Every Night U. Q. GANE. Manaaer E CATER TO SPECIAL PARTIES — For Reservations Phone 2-8941 DOMESTIC and IMPORTED WINES and BEERS PASSOVER GREETINGS NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach American Plan — Strictly Kosher — Finest Kosher Foods Served Newly Renovated — Open All Year GREETINGS RING. MAHONY & ARNER CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS MIAMI Ph. 3-5403 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FASSA RESTAURANT 4 SPAGHETTI HOUSE Serving Dinners 5 P. M. to 10 P. M. Sundays from 12 1658 ALTON ROAD. OPP. MIAMI BEACH 1st National Bank. Ph. 5-9432 ^£££&?:&£ZZZ£Z>&&&£^^ V We Extend the Seasonal Greetings For a Very Happy PASSOVER TO GREATER MIAMI JEWRY and we pray that Permanent Peace and I mmediate Victory Be Ours! ^Tyragagrewppppooprepopi



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)AY. APRIL 7, 1944 *JeisliHr>ridFtojn PAGE FIVE face Facts By Alexander F. MM*! Florida Regional Director Anti Defamation League wdl to the small staff of 0U bl -shooters" who are provin be "f invaluable assistance 1 g this office. In a quiet manner he!-have ironed out more diffiS situations than you might Lr exist. Looking not at all K P 3oiy men life Sol GoldCorn Dave Phillips Jerry El"* Harrv Gerstein and fbe Goldman have been willing I a moment's notice to drop Whatever they are doing and to fvote long hours to tedious, difficult and at times disagreeable asks Here's a simple story: A report reached this office hat a certain delicatessen owner *hose restaurant was frequented Cv servicemen was charging mEdinatcly high prices. The servicemen were complaining strenfcnuslv that they were being deed The resultant bitterness fcened the door wide for the agfavation of anti-Semitic feelings. Jerry Frcchling and Abe Goldnan were asked to investigate. First they checked with various estaurants in Miami to deternine a fair scale of prices. Then %  hey visited the delicatessen kner and spoke to him frankly. kxplaining the full implications bf his price policy. The owner proved to be exiremely cooperative. He exhlained that his overhead was bieh and that costs of food have fcen considerably. Nevertheless he revised Ins entire price scale fcthe prevailing city-wide rate. jn addition he is also offering a | i m reduction in price to ierviccmen and women In Uniterm. This is the sort of constructive bifort that pays dividends in the lone run. Additional Personnel Is '— %  • %  %  % %  % %  Added Red Cross Branch NOTES OF BEACH "Y" Mrs. Louis Kotkin. chairman of the Trail American Red Cross Sewing and Knitting Center, located at 1715 S. W. 8th Street, announced additional personnel of the branch. Included are: Mrs. Esther Levine, production supervisor; Mrs. M. Mendel, administrative staff; Mrs. Sam Kostonn, knitting instructor. The Center is open Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Garments for sewing and yarn for knitting will be given out for completion at home in order to complete large quotas required. Many more volunteers are necessary. for REST CONVALESCENCI .„JCHRONICCASES 'lTUami rSun-RayPark Health Resort ? ^vMND '* NWIIO $10,000 Added Stake Is Event at Tropical Park Marriage — by virtue of a lengthy string of stake victories combined with the fact that his recent Coral Gables Handicap triumph demonstrated he was at peak form—heads the list in the mile and a furlong Tropical Handicap Saturday with 126 pounds, according to Handicapper John P. Turner. Sr. This $10.000-added stake is the main attraction yearly at Tropical Park and the big event of the Welfare Week program, as well as for the Florida season's final day of horse racing. Half a dozen pounds below the Coward and Dupuy veteran is the Greentree Stable's Four Freedoms, recent surprise winner of the Widener Handicap. Another six pounds away is W. W. Crenshaw's Grasshopper 2nd, leader in last Saturday's mile and a sixteenth Ponce de Leon Handicap. He tops Argonne Woods, runner-up in that stake, by still another six-pound margin. Then comes Sweep Swinger with 105 and Equinox with 103 pounds. Buy Stamps and Bonds. WANTED — Jewish couple to shars apartment with Jewish lady. Kitchen privileges. Reasonable rate. Phone 2-4364. 1012 S. W. 4th St. MIAMI W riAClC* %  >• 10"COUT FLORIDA GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKLEY 2916 S. W. Eighth Street PHONE 4-5951 "PASSOVER GREETINGS" Blumenfeld Restaurant WE ARE SERVING PASSOVER MEALS FOR THE HOLIDAYS 666 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 58-2507 Bazaar and Carnival Plans Progressing Plans for the First Annual Bazaar and Carnival being given by the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach on the "Y" grounds on April 15. 16 and 17, are taking final shape. The various committees are busily engaged in completing their arrangements and every assurance is given that this event will be the crowning achievement of a busy and successful season at the "Y". The games committee has spent long hours searching for novelties that will give the participants a thrill and a "kick." The merchandise committee is arranging to have a wide variety of valuable articles available for purchase while the refreshments committee has promised food and drink to tickle the palates of gourmets and gourmands alike. The entertainment committee is scanning the theatre and night club field and for each day of the three-day fete will present the finest comedians, singers and dancers, the most beautiful showgirls, and the most scintillating personalities in the Greater Miami area. All this entertainment will be offered FREE. Other attractions at the bazaar will be Bingo every afternoon and evening, side shows, palmists and flower girls who will sell pretty posies. Admission to the bazaar is only fifty cents for all three days. It will open on Saturday evening, April 15, at 8:00 p. m. and will continue on Sunday and Monday, April 16 and 17, from 2:00 p. m. to midnight. Youth Frolics Goes Hobo The regular Sunday night Youth Frolics at the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach will be a "Hobo Hop" this week with all the boys and girls coming in their most raggedy, hobo-like outfits. Prizes will be given for the best outfits. Edith Schulman, chairman of arranged to have the ballroom the Youth Frolics Committee, has decorated to simulate a freight car Which is the accepted mode of travel for all "knights of the road." Hay and straw will be spread around to make our hoboes feel at home. A different kind of entertainment has been planned in keeping with the Hobo theme. Dancing will be to the tunes of Herbie Shaw and his band, who won the hearts of the "Y" hep cats and jitterbugs at his last appearance at the Youth Frolics. Refreshments will be served as usual. Regular admission prices will prevail. B'nai B'rith Auxiliary To Hold Afternoon Meeting Tuesday, April 11th, B'nai B'rith Ladies' Auxiliary of Sholem Lodge will hold an afternoon meeting instead of the usual combined evening with the men. The meeting will take place at 2:00 p. m. at the Beach Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. Members and guests will hear talented members of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami. Participating in the program will be Miss Phyllis Shulman, vocalist. Miss Doris Feldman, pianist. Miss Maxine Kreisworth and Miss Bernice Dacks, dramatists, and the Hillel Choral Reading Group. Visitors are welcome. HAT HEN HERE Inter Racial Group Being Formed in New York City New York (JTA)—The New York City Board of Education and the United Parents Association have formed an institute to study problems of interracial and intercultural relations confronting both teachers and parents, it was announced here. According to the planning committee, the aim of the institute is "to clarify our thinking concerning the special educational needs of the children of minority groups, to help us understand the nature of the tensions and relationships between groups in American life, and to articulate the role that education might play in helping to unify the American people." ( 1 III.-. uululiiii la tvliuui t. .1 u> the Greater Miami Jewish Federation lu cooperation with The Jewish FloridIan as a community service. To Inform the community of your organization's^ activities and to avoid conflicts la dates, phone 3-5411 and ask for '•Community Calendar." Notification must reach Federation no later than Tuesday for publication that week.) Although in this country we use square, rectangular or round matzoth impartially, depending on which company's products we buy, the custom until the age of machinery was that matzoth should be round. Monday, April 10th: Jewlnh Study Croup, Afl 14 to 18, Sponsored by the Hureau of Jewish Kducatlon In cooperation with the Town Y. Town Y. 1567 H. W. 5th Street, 7:30-9:30 p. m.; Iladdasab, Miami Chapter, Regular Meeting. 2:00 p. m. Tuesday, April 11th: Nholem Ix>dge, Hnal Ilrlth Meeting. 8:30 p. m.: Miami Beach Service l.< K i, Heach Y, 1 Lincoln Ko.id, 2:00 p. m. Wednesday. April 12th: I'loneer Women, Annu.il Donor Tea, Heach Y: Workmen's Circle Hranch No. 692. Kxecutlve Committee Meeting, 8:30 p.m.; Young Men's & Hebrew Assoeiatlon of Miami. Adult Forum, Town Y, 1M7 S. W. 5th Street. 7:15 p. m. Saturday, Sunday, Monday, April 15th, 16th, 17th: Beach V ituzaur. Y.M A YWH of Miami Beach. 1 Lincoln Road Saturday, s •"> o m., Sunday and Mon• l.i v. All Day. Sunday, April 16th: C.libratlon Buffet Dinner-Dance, 1944 1'nlted Appeal of the Greater Miami J.wish Federation starting at 7:00 p. m.. Wofford Hotel. 2400 Collins Avenue. Monday, April 17th: Jewish Study Croup. AIM 14 to 18. Bponaorod by the Bureau of Jewish Kdueation in coopar&tlon with the Town Y. Town Y, 1687 8. W. 5th Str-et. 7-.10 to 9:30 p. m. PASSOVER GREETINGS THE BOAT RESTAURANT 39 N. E. First Avenue PHONE 3-2517 WE BUY WASTE PAPER RAGS — ALL TYPES Florida Waste Paper and Salvage, Inc. 333 N. W. 22nd Lane PHONE 3-6159 SERVING PASSOVER MEALS THE ENTIRE WEEK True Farm Food Restaurant 645 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Under the Management of Nathan Ginsberg Seder Services Conducted by Abraham D. Wolf STRICTLY KOSHER RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED PHONE 5-7107 EVERYTHING AS IT SHOULD BE Our thorough knowledge of ill matters of ritual, coupled with our modern facilities and our efficient and courteous personnel enable us to provide a funeral that will meet the wishes of the bereaved family in every particular. fjifetncuai(oAa/mt In New York 76th St and Amsterdam Ave. 1236 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, 5-7777 OLD SARATOGA INN Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street Phone 7-7725 Week Day Dinners 5 to 10 P. M ... Sundays From Noon Cocktail Lounge F ine Liquors and Wines WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI. OR BUS M-71 FROM MIAMI BEACH Aak Your IfeUcatMswi For the H Cotta No lion OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS D.iioou. Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked ond Smoked Moafa •7th and Normal Avo. PASSOVERS A TRADITION! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN Matrons Matioh Mt>al Cake Meal Egg Matiohs Farfel Potato Pancake Mix I Nearly m seer* f super/or fasiover prodtctt ffcaf • %  • Insure Representative Leadership E LECT GEO. S. O'KELL DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC 690 N. W. 13th Street Candidate for LEGISLATURE Group One Resident of Dade County 34 Years Asks Your Vote and Support Familiar With Our Problems Acquainted With Our People Knows Our Needs 1 (Political Adv. Paid for by M. R. S.) > I I i ;



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t0iffjE££ 1944 +Jewisti fkricftrif] PAGE NINETEEN A "JEWISH CONRER" OF SOVIET RUSSIA By RAYMOND A. DA VIES (Copyright. 1944. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.) (Editor • s Note: Since its forma( !T year. .80. the Jewish ftjh&t Committee In RusMras thc agency through ftffffjSw of the Soviet ^ K l have re-established con. have re-estaDiisnea wm"Twiththe Jews of the rest of 2? Democratic world after an "! „mi.nt of a qxarter of a -ffiTThe foiling article w ur Davi.-s. a CanpJian journS^WrttShespe^lly for the w,' s h Telegraphic Agency Rives nlav by-Play description of how fffltec. carries on its farflung activities.) There is no doubt that one of the most interesting Jewish corI" of the world is the headSters of the Jewish Anti-Fas£t Committee here in Moscow. A1 i day long through its doors £L the world's best Jewish Shters-Kuerrillas. captains maors privates—ana some of the worlds best Jewish writers, actors, poets and m usicians. All intonations of Yiddish can be heard here: Yiddish of the Ukrainian steppes, of Poland, of Lithuania, of the towns and villages of Latvia. The Yiddish that is heard here is the tongue of war, unyielding war for the destruction of fascism, which, for thc first time in history, nearly succeeded in destroying the Jewish people. The other cay I sat in the anteroom of the Committee for several hours. I was fascinated by the activity, by the color, by the kaleidoscopic effect produced by the coming and going of so many people who the world knows by name, and whom this correspondent from abroad long wanted to see in person. Lovely groups of uniformed and civilian men and women were gathered around the desks arguing about something or other. I decided to go in and visit Itzik Feffer, who just recently reCOMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS A Complete Line of Display Cases Reach-in and Walk-in Coolers. FULLY EQUIPPED SERVICE DEPARTMENT COMPLETE REFRIGERATOR SUPPLY 1890 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-5-5154 turned from a visit to the United States, Canada, Latin-America and Great Britain. Feffer greeted me with a broad smile. I remembered Feffer's smile from the time I met him during a reception in honor of him and Prof. Solomon Mikholes at the George Street Settlement in Toronto, attended by the Lieut.-Governor of Toronto and other luminaries. By Feffer's side, also rising to greet me, was Snacno Epstein, well known to American and Canadian Jewish readers for his literary works. Epstein is the executive secretary of the Committee and editor of its newspaper "Einikait." Feffer is assistant editor of the paper. I also met other members of the staff of the Committee and of "Einikait," inclding the noted writer David Bergelson, the poet Peretz Markisch and another poet, Samuel Galkin; also Lev Kvitko, outstanding children's poet and assistant secretary of the Committee. I cannot remember all the persons I met, but the ones who stuck in my mind were the many men and women in uniform. One who struck me particularly was a dark-eyed girl in uniform wearing the Partisan Meoal, First Class. Her name, I was told, was Sarah Cohen. She is slight and dark haired, and could not be called beautiful, but there was an air of self-confidence and calmness about her. And no wonder. For over two years she had been the doctor of a partisan detachment deep in the enemy rear. We asked our guiae what the young doctor was doing in the Committee's office. "She came to tell us how her partisan band took two villages," he replied, "and how she and another Jew— who must remain nameless beA WORD TO OUR CUSTOMERS E. C. FOQG. JR. President and Gsn'l M12 LINCOLN ROAD • MIAMI BEACH • PHONE 58-2923 134 BISCAYNE BLVD. • MIAMI • PHONE 3-0S13 See Our Sketch Finish AN EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATION OF PORTRAITURE e e CRITICS MRS. F. D. ROOSEVELT in her Column, "My Day": (Hanniu'i Photograph* "are really beautiful." MARTHA RAYE: derful." 'You're wonE. M. LOEW (president Loew'a Theatres): "Thank you for your excellent work." ROBERTSON ROSS, Lt. U. 8. Marine Corps: "To a fine artist and a vsry fins frlsnd of the service men." 1 PASSOVER GREETINGS Operating three stores in Florida Miami Miami Beach Daytona Beach SINCEREST BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Jewish Clients and Friends *tf Kennedy & Ely Insurance, Inc. 1908 Congress Building MIAMI, FLORIDA