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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00895

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MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 30. 1045
PRICE TEN CENTS
deration Drive Opens April 8th;
!. V. McNutt Will Address Workers
|v McNutt, "no of the most
lot figures in national life
hull officially open the 1945
, Life-saving campaign of
Later -Miami Jewish Fede-
bn April 8th.
{man of the War Manpow-
Imission. through whose ju-
ln passes much of the re-
pHty for war production
dcNutt will address an an-
_J gathering of 1,000 Fede-
fworkers. who will canvass
Miami's 29,000 persons
the drive. The Terrace club
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jni Beach will be the scene
putt's address, subject of
pas not yet been announced.
age timely and informative
pnote the 1945 campaign to
1 minimum of $305,000.00 to
I 63 local, national, and
y agencies all benefici-
the drive.
Wt, also Federal Security
ptrator. will come here from
Tor the occasion. A candi-
' the 19 m presidential nom-
. McNutt has also served as
Bioner to the Philippines,
[on heads, trade groups,
ms of the men's and wo-
P'visions have all met dur-
|ent weeks, completing or-
pn of their branches, which
fe the necessary machinery
F^'lly put the campaign
ponal volunteer workers
F8 enl|sted^to aid in the
Ontinued 0N PA0E 4)
jREAKSTONE~TO
SESS SPINOZA
lctl?rerard, Roaenblatt, au-
fcc Fo;Hlchairman ot the
peakcr this Saturday after-
lthePSnm- befre a &ath"-
ll" Spinoa forum on the
I 1059 Co'ns Ave., Miami
fcni,Slu the Forum wl
P*ed by Dr. Benjamin
fone on the subject, "What
I Know About Cancer." Mrs.
Halzman is chairman of
M. B. DEMOCRATS
IN REORGANIZATION
Miami Beach Democratic As-
sociation, Inc., now under process
of reorganization has a new ros-
ter of officers, it is announced by
Max Singer, executive secretary.
Joseph M. Rose is announced as
new president, succeeding Irving
Nathanson.
Other officers: Harold Turk,
vice president; Glynn O. Rasco,
chairman of the board of direc-
tors; Max Singer, executive sec-
retary.
Singer recently disclosed that
the group is forming a nucleus of
about 50 business and profes-
sional leaders. The organization
will not enter candidates in the
impending Miami Beach election
I for councilmen, but will support
! candidates, according to Singer,
whom the organization believes
can best serve the city govern-
ment.
[PRESIDENT
ISTAU^OFFICERS
IBLmK I'resident of the
offhvL 510n of ZOA. will
Vtoh is nct at a regular
I BethheAU^Ursday-April
?tee ion .aVid au I Wi 11 Phrt8 Bnd a m,,8ical
" Wl be presented.
JEWS TESTIFY BEFORE
FOREIGN COMMITTEE
Washington (JTA)Reprcsent-
. atives of major Jewish organiza-
i tions were among those who test-
I ified before the House Foreign
| Affairs Committee on behalf of
the Celler Resolution calling for
the appointment by President
Roosevelt of a commission to
work with the United Nations
War Crimes Commission in pre-
paration of "definite plans" for
punishment of Axis war crimi-
nals.
LIQUIDATE COMMITTEE
FOR JEWISH ARMY
New York (JTA)Liquidation
of the "Committee for a Jewish
Army of Stateless and Palestinian
Jews" was announced here by
Rep. Andrew L. Somers, co-chair-
man of the organization. The de-
cision to dissolve the committee
was taken as a result of the
formation by the British Govern-
ment of a Jewish Brigade. The
committee was organized Decem-
ber 4. 1941.
STRING QUARTET IN
TWO CONCERTS
The Gordon String Quartet, un-
der the auspices of the University
of Miami, will give two perform-
ances; one on April 11th at Miami
Senior high school and the second
at Miami Beach Senior high school
April 12th. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the University, Corde-
lia's Book Store, Miami Beach Ra-
dio Shop, and Amidon's.
NOTICE TO READERS
Non-subscribers to the Jew-
ish Floridian receiving copies
of the paper for the next two
issues are doing to through the
courtesy of the Greater Miami |
Jewish Federation. These |
copies are mailed on behalf of :
the Federation's campaign
starting April 8. Duplicate
copies received will be due to
this extra coverage.
Buy More War Bonds.
RED CROSS CAMPAIGN
GOES TOWARD GOAL
Dade County's American Red
Cross war fund campaign pushed
upward toward its $520,000 goal
Saturday with a total of $360,000
reported on hand.
H. H. Hyman, war fund chair-
man, said he expected the 5,000
volunteer workers should succeed
In the remaining week of the
drive in raising the $160,000 need-
ed for final victory.
But he urged them to greater
effort than ever before in the
month-long drive to assure suc-
cess.
"Let's get the last of those dol-
lars into the fund this week," he
told workers. "We want this cam-
paign to end exactly on schedule."
Three divisions already are over
their quotas, he said. The Miami
Beach Advance Gifts division with
a quota of $45,000 now has $46,773
on hand.
The Miami Business Division
with a quota of $6,000 has collect-
ed $6,455. The Coral Gables Busi-
ness Division has $2,384 against
Its $2,000 quota.
MIAMI REGISTRATION
BOOKS ARE STILL OPEN
Registration books for the city
of Miami will be open again from
April 3 through April 10. All new
voters, and those who have moved
to new addresses since the last
election, must register to vote.

Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
OF
OP ITS ACTIVITIES
Nat Roth, chairman of the local
War Record Committee of the
Greater Miami Army-Navy Com-
mittee of the Jewish Welfare
Board, this week issued a state-
ment in behalf of the activities
of his committee:
"As chairman of the War Rec-
ords Committee for the Greater
Miami Army and Navy Commit-
tee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, I urge every reader
of the Jewish Floridian and every
I Miamian of the Jewish faith to
please fill in the form which
will be found in this edition for
the permanent record of all Jew-
ish men and women who are
now in the armed forces or who
have already been honorably dis-
charged.
"There being over 500,000 men
and women of our faith now in
the service, the National Jewish
Welfare Board is making a con-
certed effort to have a complete
record of the services of the men
and women who have given and
are giving in defense of our coun-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
TO CHOOSE NEW CHIEF
RABBI OF ROME SOON
Rome (JTA)A new chief
rabbi of Rome, to succeed Israel
Zolli, who became convereted to
Catholicism, will be chosen next
week at the first meeting of the
15 members of the new Jew Com-
munity Council, which was elect-
ed this week, it was announced
here.
The council, which was elected
with the sanction of the Italian
Government and the Allied Com-
mission, will name one of its
members president. Vitale Milano
a prominent member of the Rome
Jewish Community, has been
mentioned for the post.

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DEPICTING THE TRUE
"SIEGE OF LENINGRAD"
RUSSIAN DIALOGUE ENGLISH TITLES
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 4
Members of All Congregations
Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and of the
General Jewish Communityare
lot owners in Beautiful
MOUNT NEBO
Miami's Only Jewish Perpetual
Care Cemetery
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
.
F IIS ACTIVITIES
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Biscayne Boulevard at 77th Street .,
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WE ARE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAYS
TAKE BUS 11 FROM DOWNTOWN MIAMI n,
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unusual exploit by Ji h
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formal .
"Yo i eration urgently .
order that the Wai
RP on i" mn itu compile de-
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V\ ilh tin' help "I
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itli that we can |
permanently show the contribu-
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out faith in this gn at woi Id con
Hi.; Fill I I I'm"-' again,
< \ (:i if you have done so befon
Please mail youi complete
forms for thobc (i1 your relatives
or friends in i are ol 'he Jewish
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St., Miami, Jewish Floridian, Mi-
ami oi Nal Roth, Langford Build-
nig. Miam
The Wai Records Committee
consists "i Nal Roth, chairman,
' Fred Shochet. Maurice Gross-
man, Mrs George M. Cohen, Mrs.
Ha it) Gordoii and Sam Lambert.
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leading financial institution of Greater Miami
It has placed millions of dollars in first mon
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Dade Federal invites you to consult with th*
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BITUARIES
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been prominent ,"' ''''
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iorrton Funeral '""'" "|"
,., Newark. H J.. tor
[legal notices
, is HKRBBY OlVrW tlit
fcrelgnedi desiring 10 engage. In
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i|T EVENT ATTRACTION!
Engford BWg Miami, Intend*
1,1' .,1,1 name with the Clef*
[,,,,! CoUli of Hut- < ounty.
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fc Applicant.
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-irslgnad, desiring lo '!
lTs, iiiidor lli llctiiluus name
1 p BUSINE8* SKRVIOK at
' P1a intend to rtllatar aatd
nih the Clarl of tlw> I'lretiit
r Hide County. Florida,
RICHARD AKBI
ANTON PiVITVK tR. ,1R.
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iw foi- Applicant*
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SB IS HKRBBT iJIVKN that
sVudined. desiring la engage
Cess lltldel !' ficllll"i' nitKM
fc: Roberta Tallora inland!" in
f i frail Court of Pert* I'ounty,
.MAX LITWIN
S"l Owuer
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hiev toi Applicant
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IS IIKRKRT CIVKN Mm I
-i-n-.i desiring lo engage
under tli* li-lilious name
tint Beauty Shop :,i *'' Wait
Street, Miami. Florida. In-
registei sai'l naiite wllh tha
Ih* Circuit foini of Dad*
Florida
HRI.FN MANN
Sole Ownei
CAFLAN
itv foi Applicant
1-50 4/
5 IS KERBBY HIVKN that
signed Is engaged in busl-
(Wer the fictitious numa of
Hr. X RKSTAt'RANT. .-.'
Ertl Street, Miami Reach,
n'1 intend* lo tegf*ler th.
lltkma name in ihe of floe of
fi> if ih Circuit I'onri of r>ada
Florid*.
PAl.T. fJKRSl XH.V
Sole Own*'
IK CKERTKOF
riiev foi Applicant
ll"M3-:0
HUBERMAN TO APPEAR
IN MIAMI IN CONCERT
Bronislaw Huoerman, interna-
tionally famous violinist, will ap- [
pear at the White Temple, audi- '
torium Monday. April 2, at 8:30 ;
p. m. under Ruth Brotman man-j
agement and sponsored by the
Women'! Division, American
Jewish Congress.
Huoerman, who has been ac-;
claimed by the great maestro,
Arturo Tosc-annini, as one ot the
greatest living artists, by Olm
Downes, who called him superb,!
after playing to over 10,000 music-
lovers at the New York Stadium
last summer, has been honored
as few musicians before him or
contemporaneous with him. for
he was granted the unprecedent-
ed privilege ot using the original
Paganini violin and by special
decree it was removed from the
museum in Genoa for him. Since
childhood, Hubermsn has been a
great name in music, but it
doesn't stop there. In 133, when
Hitler came to power, Huoerman
was invited to play as usual with
the Berlin Philharmonic. From
Austria, Huberman replied in no [
uncertain terms, adding a few
choice comments on Nazism. An-
ticipating the Anchluss in Aus-
tr, he got out the year before
and devoted himself to the found-
ing ot the now lamed Palestine
Symphony. Besides raising $80,-
000 lor it himself, be also re-
cruited the musicians and trained
the group to ensemble perfection
and the famed Arturo Toscan-
nini hag conducted it many times
in appreciation of his genius.
The proceeds of the Huoerman
concert will be devoted to the De-
iense Houses which Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen V/ise lounded and which
the American Jewish Congress
supports. Last year over '0,000
Servicemen on Itirlough received
overnight lodgings and meals,
and made a home away from
home for many lonesome boys.
Tickets are nominally priced at
from 91.50, $2, $2.50 plus tax.
Tickets on sale at Burdine's, Bed
Cross Drug (Kodak Dept.) in Mi-
ami. Roney Plaza Hotel. Saks
Filth Ave., Lincoln Rd.. Miami
Beach Radio Co., Eddie's News
it Stuff, 41st St., Morris Bros.,
Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach
Hardware, Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.
|<'B IS HERRBT CIVKN that
' 'ued. deiirlus to encafo In
unaer th* fictltion* nirma or
jORIS APARTMKNT HOTBF.
fftrson Avenue. Miami (teach
i register -.aW nam* with tha
ar the Circuit Court of Dada
t f'loiida.
|RRi.r.A rjT.roK i.kf-kowitk
ahjPERSMITH
fm- for Applicant
He 4/1-11
f"! 13 HFT.KRT (SIVKN that
tltlaned, de<|rtii|t lo enca In
j' under tli l>, liiioue name of
I JoUei Insurance Agancv at
pei'CRn National Bunk Bld..
J Fierida, intend* to redater
"' with the Cleik of the fit-
ful of Dade Count'. Florida.
, EDWARD .mi.r.K*
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HAPPY
kSSOVER GREETINGS
fsCAR SCHWEITZER
ECONOMY
'LUMBING CO.
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fed States War Bonds are
b*st investment.
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SPAET IS CANDIDATE
FOR BEACH COUNCIL
Harold B. Spaet. well known
Miami Beach attorney, announced
his candidacy for Miami Beach
city councilman.
Spaet was born in New York
city in 1907. He attended a city
elementary school and Boys'
High school. In 1928 he received
his B. S. degree and later a law
degree from the New York uni-
versity school of law. While there
he was associate editor of the
university's Law Review. He be-
gan his law practice in New
York state in 1930.
In 1937 Spaet was married to
Miss Sally Solomon of Syracuse,
N. Y. They have one son, Harold
William, and reside at 5435 La-
Gorce Dr.
A member of the law firm of
Nathanson, Oka and Spaet, he
has offices at 1458 Washington
Ave.
In 1944 he was appointed asso-
ciate municipal court judge, and
held the office for several months,
after which he resigned. He also
serves as secretary of Miami's
Temple Israel: is a director of
Miami Beach Zionist district; as
Sresident, Men's club of Temple
irael, and as director of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged. He is a
member of Miami Beach Elks.
Knights of Pythias, B'nai B'nth.
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, Civic League of Miami
Beach. Chamber of Commerce
and Dade County Bar associa-
tion.
He believes that serving Miami
Beach as a councilman "is a 12-
month job and thai it requires
study, patience and plenty of
hard work."
A donor dinner sponsored by
he Miami Beach Zionist District
and presenting Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, president of the Zionist
Organization of America, as
guest speaker will be held at the
Victor hotel, Wednesday, April
11.
The invitational affair is being
given in the interest of the na-
tional expansion fund of the or-
ganization and for the assistance
of activities of the local group.
As held of the ZOA, Dr. Gold-
stein is intimately acquainted
with the world picture regard-
ing Palestine. Members of the
Beach Zionist District sue eager-
ly awaiting the occasion of his
first visit her*.
In The Synagogues
Of Greater Miami i
i s" *"". """""""' thnmgfc Greater '
Miami Rabbinical AejaoptoUwi are:
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative,
m Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach.
i-1 ; tile III i.i i'im-i.,.., Min-ii 2J,
Minn- ,. in |. ai ; ,, ThuiWMU
moiiiliiR, SUivli Mi-vk-a besliM ,n
:' ii. in. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
preach on >,. |.. 'ilie Winter
la-i. rhurada.i evening aerviee >l<
i p in At .h | h in aervlce P"i Ida)
morning Rabbi l.ehrman'i lopla win
be "The Cnalleuae of Anclenl Uchoa,"
iiid:iy evening Maariv win be '
<:Ij i> in. satind.iv morning aerrtcea
at io. Rabbi l.ehr.imn will preach ,
on thf w iekl) I'oitloii of ihe l,w.
Ki'uiii.iir Ki.ii-mii. boh of Mrs. Patricia
Kranaon, anil an.....son ,.r m,, Anna
l-alk Wav. win bee.....- bar mttatvah. '
Cantor Emanuel Barkan will ofririale
ai hII aervh-ea Mlnrha serrvlcea Kut
uiday evenlni m l:so p, m .it..,.,-.i
by Maariv at ;:,,> p m. .Sundav
School al 10 a in i ..,,. |.i,m ,u Pana-
ovei aervljM nexl MTedneada* ami
'I'liinadai rvrlb Ylxkoi aervivea Thurs-
US) at II ii iii
SETH SHOLOM CENTER. 7l 41lt
St., Miami Beach Friday evening
eivlce ai <:ir. p. m. Rabbi Leon
Kromah ill speak on "JawlaM Unity
al Ih* .>,.i Kranelaoo Cnniereiice."
Haturday niorning lerTlcea at 10 a. in.
Rabbi I.eon Kronlah will iireach on
the iioi 11-pi of Hi- werk. Paaaover
services: Thursday morning. March
to, and Kiln.,, mornloj;, Manh 10, at
10 a. in : Wediiesda.f norulog, April
<, al 10 a in.; 't'tinraday morning.
Apt II i. al in a m.: Vl'.kor aervlce at
11 a. m. Cantor Lauia Hay man .-ill
officiate and bad Ihe congregational
"lining. Chlld^ ens Passover aei\i,rn
TtlUiasay mnning. Match 2. Friday
morning. MaUith 30. and Wednesday
morning, Apiil 4, all at II a. m.
BfETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Canaorvativo, 1S N. W. 3rd Ava.-
PaRaover wili ha ushered in Wednes-
day evening, March 'Jt at 7:11. .Vei v-
li-ea will be herd Thursday and Fri-
day mornings at 8:30. Raiibl Shanlro's
theme for uaiiiisioii will ba "la II
Bo Dlfrirent TodayT" Services will
be cctfiduoted 'I'hiusdav and Fiidai'
evening nl 7:1.'.. Rabbi' Mas Shapiro
and Cantor Abraham Freseman will
offii-laie. Ilusevei aervlcaa for the
Junior Cotigreguiion will bo held
Thursday and Fildtty morniuga at
10:18. I'liil-l.Tii :n leiHinig theao oerv-
lies will be aoused f.om achool. The
last days of I'assover will be ushered
in at servo ea Titaaday. April 3. at
l:ta p. m : Wedueaday morning at
S:30 in.: and Wednesday evening al
7:1ft p. in. Vm, ,n or memorial services
Thuiadui. April I at I<:::0 a. m. Rabbi
Mai Khapiro will upeak on ihe central
theme "Wheia 'I'o .?" .lunior aerv -
Ices Wednesday morning at 10:80 a. m.
BETH JACOB CONORCGATION.
Orthodox. 101-311 Wmhmfrten Ava..
Miami sTeaehl'aaaovm boJidny aerv-
!* will ba held eacb evening at .
o'clock beginning Wednesday. March
J8. and ending Thursday. April i.
Mnrning aervlcea wlQ he held at 7
and t on Thursday. Friday and Satur-
day, Ma.ch "_', so and 31, and Aorll
4 and &. MorniiuE aervicoa during the
entire Intennodlate daya of tbe holi-
day will ho held at 7 and 8:1a a. m.
Rabbi Moaas Mascheteff will preach
on "The Mulxoh of Victoiy" during
services Thursday morning and Sat:
"Not Till This Day" on Friday morn-
ing:. His them* on April 4 will bo:
"Freedom for Hi* Present." Memorial
services Thut.sday morning. April v, al
g and 10:30 a. m. Canter Meurice
Mamehee will chant at all aervlcea.
Notaa of excuse for absence from
public school during. Hie Passover
holiday may he obtained by the chil-
dren by applying at the synagogue
office.
TEMRLK ISRAEL. Reform. 187 N.
E. Itth St. -Vesper service* at 8 p. m.
Wednesday. March 3S\ Seder for mem-
bers of th armed aervlcea al 7 p. m.
Service Thursday morning. March 29.
at 11 a. m. .Sermon topic will be "For
the Blearing- of All." Friday evening,
March 80. al 8:18 p. m dedication of
rVingregatlonal ass ksa flag and serv-
ice honor toll. Mid-Passover Sabbath
services Saturday morning, March 81.
at II a. m. Sunday evening, April 1,
at 8:3a p. m Interfalth "Third
Seder" will be given by Alumni group.
Tueaday evening. April 3. at 3:13 p.
m. Sei oioii topic "Who Deserves
Freedom?" Memorial service (Yiskor)
Wednesdiv morning. April 4. at It
a. m. Sermon tonic "f^omfort Te.
Comfort Ye." Rabbi Saul Appelaaum
will preach and conduct all services.
MIAMI .IEWISh'oRTHOOOX CON-
GREGATION. SM S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services al 8:30 p. m.
Salurdai morning services at 8 a. m.
Mlnrha st :! p. m.. Schaloi Seudos
to follow. Passover service- Tuesdav
evening, Wednesday and Thursday
starting at 9 a. m. Kvening aervices
at *. Cantor Max Rosonstein will
haul. Concluding Pussovep services
Weiluesdav and Thiirdy. witli
Ylrkor Tliumdai morning st II.
Schaarel Zed el. T.ilmud Torah. IMS
K. W. 3rd SI -Passover services
Wednesdav March tt, at 8:4.'. p. m.
and Thms.iav. March 30. al 9 a. m
Rabbi Simon April will speak on
"Slavery mid Freedom." Friday morn-
ing services at a in P.shbl April
v. Ill apeak In Yiddish on "Spirit of
Freedom Saturday morning services
at a m Rabbi April will sneak on
"Tha l.**e in of Paaaover for Our
rime." I'oncllldiiig dsy* of Passover
wllh aervlcea Wednesday and Thurs-
day and Memorial aervices on Thura-
day at II.
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Note lo the FBI: Leaflets with the caption
Curse of America" are being distributed by the thJjji
Philadelphia The leaflets appeal to oil Christians?*
the trial oi the two Philadelphia police oliicers who bea
young Jew named Anmuth who gave Governor ft
Bronx cheer during the election campaign n-
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Blank liberty in the assault of duty Asiatic lev/-; aqainstrU,
' ican policemen" Orson Welles, the Hollywood S
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i-iLthod is one of the most favored techniques. By this method
the child instead of being given some theoretical and veioal
knowledge of a matter is brought to a knowledge ol the thing
by some practical "project."
Our Jewish holidays are a kind of project-method in teach-
ing freedom. First we have Purim. which shows the downfall
ol one kind of tyranny, and then Passover makes us vividly
see the workings and final destruction of another form of
tyranny.
We could wish that Passo-. universally celebrated,
for certainly no holiday could better illustrate the present world
combat against Nazism.
The Germans, too, who know their Bible, must perceive
the resemblances between what is happening in Germany to-
day and what happened in Egypt several thousand yeais ago.
They are sensing in particular just how the Egyptians must
have felt when visited by the Ten Plagues. Their own iadios
tell us that scarcely a person in the city of Dresden is now
alive, so complete has been the Allied bombings of the city.
They cannot complain o! this for they know that millions ol
innocent men, women and children were designedy and de-
liberately put to death in their own specially created "murder
factories" in Poland.
We Jews do not rejoice in the killing of other people. The
nud tells us that the Israelites fleeing from the Egyptians
were told not to rejoice even in the drowning of the Egyptians in
the Red Sea. Judaism taught even compassion for our enemy.
German Kultur knows no such compassion neither for
friend nor enemy. The Jews were not enemies of the German
people, and the brutal mass murder of the German Jews had
not the slightest justification or motive except the brutal sad-
ism of the Germans.
Yes it is Passove: time now, and Passover is a joyous
holiday lor the oppressed, lor the peisecuted. For those who
persecute, tor those who oppress, it is quite another story. It is a
reminder that they cannot escape punishment lor their crimes.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
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d tin n youth directors,
the youtl I bllized In
: !'. u h In the
Tow Bob Rubinsti in and Mima
I I.. n appoint* -
1 the Bi ach Y Edith
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published in the near future.
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requ sted to contribute a
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two youth rallies sometime during
the campaign, one In Miami and
one "n the Beach.
Mrs Prank Kline of *n N. \V
13th SI was hostess last Thurs-
day to tiir teams nt the Women's
Division ol the Federation Drive,
of which she and Mrs Max Si
are Captains, Mis Henry Seltlin,
Major, organized the workers Mrs.
Pearl Raidman, Mis Nathan Bron-
stein ami Mrs Sol Adyr assisted
In serving, Mr Maurice Grossman
of the Speakers' Bureau, gave a
pep talk. Other workers present
wen Mrs. George Feller, Mrs
My, rs, Mis Cella Eisnei Mi -
Charles Belanoff,
Agent les slated to receive funds
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taining visas for France ... If this is correct, our State I
ment should look into the matter Remember when!
Tall abroqa'.cd our commorc;al tieaty with Czarisl Bus*
cause of that type oi discrimination? '
LISTEN HERE .
The Rev. Clifion Macon's article "Who Were the I
Killers?" appearing in the March 15th issue of The Choi
deserves an orchid ... It is a most vigorous condemns
Passion Plays as fomentors of anti-Semitism Int8_
lationship in Britain' The London Jewish Chronicle, the]
ant Voice and the Catholic Faith are all being printed i
same printing plant ... All three publications were bli
of their own offices and plants Marion Palfis' phota
exhibit, called "Democracy at Work," at the Norlyst
New York, under the sponsorship of the Council ago!
tolerance, is a revelation of the educational value of |
ful camera work.
THIS AND THAT .
The reason why the Jewish Brigade is doing so |
the British Army Football League is quite simple...'
jority of its players are former Hakoah and Maccabi
"Porgy and Bess," the Heyward-Gershwin opera of
Negro life, is being made over into a Yiddish musical,
ghetto as its setting, we hear Few, if any, American]
leaders have been so lavishly honored as Mendel FbI
the occasion of his tenth anniversary as executive
the Jewish National Fund We are in receipt of a i
booklet containing testimonials to Fisher from national]
international public figures ... A masterpiece of
presentation.
NOTES ON FUNDS .
Thanks to Joseph Morrison of Detroit for his conn
lo the Sgt. Meyer Levin Memorial ... We also gisJ
preciate the donation of Maurice Bergman, of Unive
tures. New York, to the same fund Keep on sending i
contributions Meyer Levin deserves the most
of memorials ... We shall publish the names of don
May 1st Then we will announce the total <>'
little campaign ... An analysis of the projected 19451
of the United Palestine Appeal agencies, 534,314,434, r1'
allocations of: S12.000.000 lor land purchase, S5,5
agricultural settlement, almost S5.000.000 for immigraWj
ing and relief of refugees Congratulations to the
Jewish People's Library ... It has just acquired the f"
modern library building that will cost $250,000.
READER'S GUIDE ...
"The German Got Madder and Madder is the nattl
book-only fifty centspublished by the Russian wj
... It contains 29 cables written by outstanding ^"73
Soviet news correspondents and illustrated by RaPM,
... You can't afford to miss it, because it will remino
what this war is all about Alexander Granacn,
actor who died last week after scorinq success on _
with his performance in "A Bell for Adar.o," had coop
autobioqraphy before he passed on ... H W1" .\^
this sprinq Zelda Popkin, who has written some'
mystery stories of recent years, is now branching
new novel, "The Journey Home." desciibed as no
will be published soon.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
The Hon. Felix Frankfurter. Associate Judge of
States Supreme Court, some months aao was
New Orleans Trophy of the Zeta Beta Tau "" i
year 1944, without publicity ... The report inJ" jj
that Maxim Litvinoff will be returninq there in so
capacity after V-E Day Sophie Tucker, na ^
writinq the story of her life, is now planning to
way as the star of a new comedy.
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+Jewist fhrldHrun
PAGE FIVE
We Must Not Forget
By ILYA EHRENBURG
Editor's Note: In the following
Gu [|ya Ehrenburg, Russia s
i famous wax correspondent,
J, to Nazi brutalities against
ts and others as a character-
fc German trait.)
ioscow-Now that the hour of
Fibut.on has come Germanys
Ud.>s arc trying to shift the
lie blame on Hitler. Nobody
Enroll.- to exonerate'Hitler;
Tiallows are waiting for him.
one sallows is not enough.
, Germans may say. "We are
[playing any more. But they
', get away with it. They
T one ami united in their mis-
d<- Hitler only perfected the
bans' vices. Germany was
rn bl racial and national ar-
,,' before Hitler. Even be-
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fore him they looked upon other
nations as inferior. Even before
Hitler they practiced their brut-
alities in Russia, Belgium and
France.
We know that the Hitlerites
bred typhus lice on Russians,
Poles and Jews in order to obtain
serum. In Riga .and Lvov they
had special institutes where the
unfortunates died, covered with
lice. That is the Nazi physician's
idea of science. And I repeat, Hit-
ler invented nothing. I would
recommend my readers to study
attentively a report on the ex-
periments of Professor Jurgens.
It is no less dreadful than the
report on Maidanek. Yet Profes-
sor Jurgens conducted his experi-
ments 30 years ago. There was
no Hitler then, but there was
Cermany. And what I want to
tell about now relates to Ger-
many s crimes.
In 1916 a book by Professor
Jurgens called Typhus was pub-
lished in Berlin. He had con-
ducted gigantic experiments in a
Russian prisoner-of-war camp.
The book contains diagrams and
photographs. Professor Jurgens
arranges eight sectors. In the first
he places Russians who are sick
with typhus, together with the
healthy Russians, without delous-
ing the prisoners. The professor
remarks with satisfaction: "One
by one the healthy men fell sick."
In the second sector he places
healthy prisoners together with
sick prisoners who had been de-
loused. There was a special sec-
tor, consisting of "semi-dark and
inadequately ventilated" dugouts,
where Professor Jurgens studied
the spread of disease in generally
unsanitary conditions.
On Page 62 of his book he de-
scribes the following experiment:
"From various sectors, 750 men
were selected, some of whom had
not previously fallen sick, and
others who had been infected
with typhus by means of lice.
They formed a new sector." Jur-
gens was interested in learing
how people with resistance to
| the disease would react to in-
fection.
The book describes the starva-
tion, sores and gangrenous limbs.
It contains photographs of the
deliberately infected Russians,
who to the professor were not
human beings but guinea pigs.
The professor calmly records that
20 per cent of the Russians died
: of these experiments.
To this account of the awful
, barbarism of the German scient-
ist, there is only to be added that
his experiments were not only
human, but purposeless in the
bargain. For seven years earlier
the celebrated French epidemio-
logist. Charles Nicolle. had
proved by experiments, not on
human beings but on guinea pigs,
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that typhus is spread exclusively
by lice. Charles Nicolle's book
was published in 1909, yet in 1915
the German Professor Jurgens
undertook the experiments ia
which he tortured and slew thou-
sands Russian war prisoners.
This review of the humane ac-
tivities of German medical men
might be continued. In 1915 a
German physician, G. O. (the
Germans refrained from disclos-
ing his name), decided to test the
peculiarities of typhus on Turkish
soldiers.
At first he inoculated 120
healthy Turks with the blood o
patients recovering from typhus.
Several of them contracted a
light form of typhus. Thereupon
G. O. took the blood of the typhus
patients and injeced it into 310
Turkish soldiers, of whom 174 fell
sick and 48 died. As Turkey at
that time was an ally of Germany
this caused a srandal and the
Germans certified Doctor G. O.
(Continued on Page 6)
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. A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
WE EXTEND BEST WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
CLARK R. PARKER
Distributor
"TOM'S TOASTED
PEANUTS"
Candies and
Peanut Butter Sandwiches
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
THE TOWER
DRIVE
1
8011 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-9595
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GREETINGS
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-------------- were a superior race and thai
We Must Not Forget ^wwryfe
ia uhv Gorman p"'^"*, "7
Riga 'Institute of M
,,n performed expc
Infun
ghetto
They took a n
him into : suinea pig
opened his ve ns in
how I
glands art
romplel I
(Continud from Page 5)
.. insane, but at the same time
refused to disclose his name.
The "madman" returned to
Germany where he no doubt c n
tinued I"' experiments on H -
gians Serbs. And here. too. we
*re amazed as much by
stupidity as by Hie barbarism oi
these experimentsinasmuch as
long :> liiT,i- f1^**0.1
.1,.., ph Mochutovsky ol Oi
had established exactly what I i
c, rman G O. was endeavoring to
ascertain Professor Mochutov
sky inoculated himself with the
blood of a typhus patienl
contracted a severe form of the
ase
rhe Russian professor expei i-
,,., nts on himself. The Fn
experimented on
als The German G. O. tor-
mented and killed Turks A
the pi d ,; '' :'
!, or Jurgi ns. tormi ffl
killed Russian wai prisoners Y< I
odj attempted to proclaim
Jurgi ns :< in idman on thi i on-
,i in
Berlin and various Germa
-i mi lists congral ated Iheit
|( ague on Ihi ccess ol
( 11!-.
This w .i- befo e II and <
tore fa '" B '
c mans had decided that
the phasi
pi rsons k

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executioners i
G
erale. < nek. Bui
To Our Friends and Patrons
A Mot Happy Passover
SAVOY HOTEL
MRS. BRIGHAM
252 N. W. 2nd St. Ph. 2 8827
To Oit Manv Friends and n ...... O'T NAI PASSOVER
FOUR SISTERS HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT
.. jshing!0" vl P"
Bet Withes lo Our Many
Jewish Friends and Patrons
BAKE RITE. Inc.
471 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 3 7923
Best Wishes to Our Many
Jewish Fiiends and Patrons
Niqht Owl Barbecue
3193 S. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 4-9111
Wf E.tend Our Since
PASSOVER GREET INCS
I ii Oi.- Jewish f i -
and c itomeri
THE BLUE DERBY
AV6\UE and THE TRAIL
fine breakfasts
deliciol.s lynches
superb dinners
e courteous curb service
PHONE 2-9315
Passover Greetings
JUDGE
HENRY L
OPPENBORN
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NORTH BAY BOAT CO.
471 N. E. 79th Street
PHONE 7 9598
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
B "BABE" SHARGAA
MARKET VIEW
RESTAURANT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT'
2195 N. W. 12th Avenue
PHONE 2-8936
PASSOVKR GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
4* N W 62n PHONE 7 72
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO
OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
ANTHONY
MAROTTA
FINE CUSTOM TAILOR
FIFTH AVENUE. NEW VORK
'0 S. E. 2nd Ave. Olyiip.* Bldg.
Phen 2-32M
i 2
B beings
mustbebndlei it* Putin
;i strait-jacket d ta hands

HARRISON SUCCEEDS
MYRON C. TAYLOR
Wa Earl S
onci
"" i vim
. M I ravlo
aj U S npi ativi on me
Intergi '
To O
PASSOVER GREETINGS
... r r ,n LARRY MARKS & CO.
N v\ 2nd Street
GREETINGS
LEON'S BAKERY
."**( Ponci fi* Lfoi. Bivd.
Phont SIM
Tc All A H^i,py Piuvei
DUNLOP LEATHER
GOODS STORE
IF IT S LEATHER WE HAVE. IT
ZIPPERS REPAIRED
Reoair Work of All Kinds
KM Wlt Fianler Si. Ph. 2-5471
THE SEASONS
BEST WISHES
if
BERNEY'S
Service Station
1701 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-9632
HAPPY PASSOVRR
THE STEINS
DORIS
SOL
MARGERY
TWO ROADS
By Harry Kovner
They .ill lrav I one road
In quest .'l power and fame.
Tin ii ways mostly are the same,
l, rr0i murder, jail, the flame.
They all travel one road
Down i" infamy and shame.
Their end is ever the same:
,, r,.,- !.. lure, accursed name.
Tyrants ill lake one road
And all play a ghastly game.
Alas, the people are to blame
I don*l think, gullible, tame.
Pharoah designed that Road
Bui Moses in the Lords name
To the pnslaved rescue came
And i" freedom's right laid claim
And Moses conceived a new road
Built on moral codes XU noble
aim' ,.
And rulej ol lire to fit Gods
frame
With Justice, as man's just claim.
HISTADRUTH IN
TEL AVIV IS^PUT
Tel Avi\ (jta\ >,*
their ,1,,,. ^tJ^Nl
ecutlve pihh.,,,5 m ,h"^|M
ruth institutions, the L*
groups have mdered tr-SS
sentativcs to |,.iive th '<
. ^he order wai ^ ^
immedia'elx. iillls ,,"
.pl.t within ,, hustfei
groups who ,.,hdrewttSr1
tntatrves include the wl
Hat,,- the Movement ft?
Unity, the l.-i. Poalc-S.au
others who are oppoH ,11
policy of the Mapai tSU
Labor P inv whtth-hS}!
jority in the IIiMadrutrT '
When Yo,, Think ,i u
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEW
REALTOR
St* Lincoln R..d Ph,, ,jl
Depend.bi, Conicitnt.ou, |
TO ALL MV FRIENDS
AND ACQUAINTANCES
A HAPPY PASSOVER
JOHN FALKENBERG
iii.-- ntii'i' \i WAGED
AMERICAN EXPRESS
SEASON'S OREET
john a. matthews]
ACCOUNTANT AND ; (, |
PHONt 2.2412
620 Seci rity Bu.ld.n(
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BEST WISHES OF
A
HAPPY PASSOVER
Magic City Transfer
COMPANY
901 N. W. 5th Avenue
Phone 2-4072
WE BUY WASTE PAPER
RAGS ALL TYPES
Florida Waste Paper
and Salvage. Inc.
333 N. W. 22nd Lane
PHONE 3-6159
Beet Wiihet to our Mw]
Jewish Friendi end Pitr|
MIAMI CO A?
AND OIL CO.1
IW W. 22nd Strtit
PHONE 2-7IM
To Our Many FriendsA Most
Haupv Holiday Season
MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER
ind FAMILY
.Mid
Henry's Auto Parts
76 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 3-1427
PASSOVER GREETING! 1
$
R. C. FLEEMAN
Srci itv Bmldinj
- MIAMI, FLA.
SINCERE WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVIR
THE LUDMAN CORP.
PHONE 3 5401
21 N. W. 21st Street
SINCERE PASSOVER
GREETINGS FROM
EOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Atssui
PHONE 6-2040
TCi ALL A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
Radio & Sound Service
1 No \v \, Radio"
All Type Radio Repairing
Auto Radio Our Specialty
Installations Check Ups
ONE DAY SERVICE
10S8 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-0081
VENETIAN BLIND DEPT.
170i. N W. 15th Road
Prompt Service On
Panel Storm Shutters
To Jewry Everywhere
A Most
HAPPY PASSOVER
Engel's Men's Shop
2207 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
PHONE 4-6124
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY
INC.
Complete Abstract and
Title Inauranc* Service.
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
TO ALL
SEASON S BEST WISHB]
Mallard's
Market
I7JN.W.79TH STREET]
PHONE 7-2IM
GREETINGS
to our many Jewish
Friends
S. H, KRESS
&
5-10-2Sc STORE
1201 Washington Ava
MIAMI BEACH. TLA.
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST SINCERE
HAPPY PASSOVER
Benson's Groceries
MM N. W. 4th Avenu.
PHONE 3 9118
6700 N. W. 15th Avanua
PHONE 7-9578


Help Your Country WP
Yourself Ti.oSlu..i";
BUY WAR B0>


)AY. MARCH 301945
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War Bond* and Stamps.
R
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'fame
7ieS.W.W.AV.*M*>H
YOUR JEWISH
INERAL HOME
K HWMUY WKMT
jEWMRWMLMKS
XIVIM MAIN KACI I MMM
ExcluiivetyJewish
IN THE MAIL BOX
Federation'.- campaign mercantile division i.-> headed by
La/ar Grossbeig and Nal Roth, co-chairmen, both pictured above.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ACE WINDOW
CLEANERS
J131 N. W. Slat Str.t
PHONE 7 3M4
To All We Extend
Passover Greeting
Ifamous cleaners
& LAUNDRY
ITS THE TOM"
3454 N. W. 7th Artwu
PHONE 2-5791
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
OSTAL BUILDING
WANT MY MILK
Eittb.
124
Ad Ba Son Ifr
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" MQk
"Mlli Product."
Dtcro Protected
\TrEL. 2-2621
wwtar Miami Delivery
?Mt Oar Pm .
LODGE WOMEN ARE
TAKING LEADERSHIP
Bnai Brith Women of Sholem
Lodge are assuming the leadership
in organizing the United National
Clothing: Collection Drive in the
area of Greater Miami. held
throughout the entire month of
April. This drive ia a united ef-
fort on the part of UNRRA and
various voluntary relief agencies
of the United States, to aecure the
maximum quantity possible of
good used clothing for free dis-
tribution to needy and destitute
men. women and children in war-
devastated countries. This will be
the only one nation-wide clothing
collection to be conducted in the
United Statea in the Spring of
1945 for foreign war relief pur-
poses. "Millions of people do not
have enough clothea to keep them
warm and many people in occu-
pied Europe have died from ex-
posure due to lack of adequate
clothing." Mrs. Norman D. Ja-
cobs, Bnai Brith women drive
chairman, stated.
What is needed is good substan-
tial used clothing, for both winter
and summer wear. Although cloth-
ing need not be in perfect repair,
it must be useful to the people
JEWRY ENTHUSES OVER
PRESIDENTS STAND
New York. (JTAi Asserting
that Jews everywhere "warmly
welcomed" the declaration made
by President Roosevelt last week
to Dr. Stephen S. Wise, in which
he reiterated his stand on Pales-
tine, the American Zionist Em-
ergency Council issued a state-
ment demanding "action now."
The statement was iaaued follow-
ing a six-hour conference of the
members of the Council.
who will receive it. Underclothing
and all types of cotton garments
should be washed before they are
donated. Most urgently needed are
the following: infant* garments.
mens and boys garments, women
end girls caps and knitted head-
wear, bedding, and shoes.
100,000,000 pounds of clothing
is the goal of the drive. Plans for
a collection center and the other
machinery necessary will be made
ready within a few days by Bnai
Brith women and other participat-
ing local organisations.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Line* Marking Shirt I.etlerina
Chenille and Fait Lettering
NORTON & McCORMICK
110 N. E. 2nd AVENUE PHONE 2-5224
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETING!
TAMIAMI PLUMBING CO.
PLUMBING HEATING REPAIRS
Coral Gables and County
3fM I. W. 1th Street Phone 4-SOM
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
MODERN PAINT CO.. INC.
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
3125 N. E. 1st Ct. Phone 71-3111
FRED J. WALKER. Pres.
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
VERNON I. ALLISON
PAINTING WATERPROOFING PAPER HANGING
Phone 48-4857
2215 S. W. th Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BILL'S SERVICE STATION
Bclford't Produce A Trucking Co.
IMS M. W. 7* A.a
Florida
March 21, 945.
Editor,
The Jewish Floridian,
Miami, Florida.
Dear Mr. Editor:
In last week's issue of the Jew-
ish Floridian, we found the name
of our Congregation Beth Tfilah
included in a list of Jewish Cen-
ters sponsoring a new Vaad Hak-
ashruth.
So far no decision has been
made to belong to any of the
Vaadi Hakashriis until further no-
tice.
Sincerely.
Shaye Jacobson,
President.
March 23, 1845.
The Jewish Floridian,
21 S. W. Second Aye.,
Miami, Fla.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I would greatly appreciate your
omitting my name in connection i
with the newly organised Greater I
Miami Vaad Hakashrus. as I imj
not affiliated with this organisa-
tion.
Kindly publish this letter in
your paper.
Thanking you,
Rabbi Simon April.
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauder-
dale. will hold regular Friday ev-
ening services at 8 p. m. Rabbi
Samuel H Baron will speak on
"Passover and the Four Free-
doms." Passover services Wednes-
day evening and Thursdsy.
eOVES GREETINGS
EMFIELO
CAMERA SHOP
40 LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE $-7111
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE BOAT
RESTAURANT
Th >t that mver g.i to Sea'
n N. E. First Annul
PHONE 3-17
BH.T-RITE BLIND CO.
(Nat Ineoi igraliti
Manufacturers
VENETIAN BLINDS CORNICES
K4t t. VV. Ith St.
Ph.na INi!
NACY'S
FEMININE ATTIRE
Extends Passover
Greetings To All
532 Lincoln Road
PHONE 58-1458
>. on 'J l
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FIVEO'CLOCK
CLUB
tit TWENTY-SECOND ST.
AND
THE
ALTON RD. and DAD! BLVD.
MIAMI OBACH
Ta All Jewry
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
FRANCIS FOOD MARKET
MR. A MRS. MAX HALPERN
1*01 N. W. 4th Slreat
PHONE 7-9837
GREETINGS FROM
G. D. MARPLE
ELECTRIC
23.1 Halcyon Arcada
PHONE 2 5467
IlKST WiSHBfl TO OI'R MANY IKWlsil PRIRND8 AND PATRONS
KUBBY HOUSE
2l E. Fl I0 N. Ml Ifllor Street mi Avinut
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
MORRIS KALER
K ALER
PRODUCE CO.
1200 N. W. 22ND STREET
PHONE 2-5197
GREETINGS
JOE'S STONE CRAB
RESTAURANT
Staaks Chops Chiclcon
**7 aiSCAYNE ST.
PHONE J-KB1
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
HOME DRUG STORE
1401 liKiynt Boulevard
PHONE 1-1TT4
SEASON'S GREETINGS
dtorct
Your Local Ford Dealer
HUSIAMP
MOTOR CO.
241 Alhambra Circle
PHONE 4 2538
CORAL GABLES
Havo You Triad the Nsw
BLUE-GREEN
PIHI1T FOOD
On Your Lawn?
Startling raaulta can ba obtained
from thia rich plant food which
contains nunarala that will halp
kaap chinch buga out of your
lawn. Sold excluaively by
HUGHES
SEED STORE
11 S. Miami Avt. Phone 3-2121



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TO ALL MY FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
*
Arthur W. Eisenmeyer Jr.
56 S. W. 1st Stioot




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To Our Many Friends
We Wish
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ELECTRIX APPLIANCE
REPAIR SHOP
2767 S. W. 27th Avenue
The Man Who Knew Moses
tStn ge Visitor! *bout th. Cent. Figure of P
By ART DAVIS
. ,.. x inc.)

PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
Immcculs'.e Cleaners
MR. and MRS.
MAX SINGER
cr.d SON BILL
nut
PHONE 5-2453
PASSOVER "~-5
To M! Our Frler.ds
and Patrons
LEWIN'S GROCERY &
MEAT MARKET
1163 N.W. 4th Si. Ph. 31381
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EUGENE'S PACKAGE
STORE
169 S. E. 1st Street
PKONE 3-5625

''
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TO OUR
MANY
JEWISH
FRIENDS
/ 1749 N. MIAMI AVI. J
M m; Saprr fun HM
R 1 NOES f 4D OS
V. S NG '.'CMi\E5
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PmONE 4 =?22
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610 I .'. 22-0 Avenue
Ml AM FLORIDA

BEST WISHES
FOR A
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r>
C. I. LINE
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE CO.
105-109 N. W. Fifth Street
PHONE 2-5840
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PASSOVEH 3REFI
George S. O'Kell
w
TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
For Service and Safety
Call 8-1003
WHITE STAR CAB
HIALEAH
CAB COMPANY
125 E. Okeechobee Road
HIALEAH. FLA.
BEST WISHES
TO OUR MANY
FRIENDS FOR
HAPPY PASSOVER
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
Congress Building
PHONE 2-2661
To Our Many Fritjndi:
c*SSOvER GREET \GS
*0i0 Wt Avnui
Miami Beach. Fior-aa
HIGH SCHOOL
PRIMARY
mo-
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rap; I
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The '


mibli I Bui I
l
"
:
i
-
Mcscs I
.
V -; "n"
ki a I
: said, "but
re 3.000 yi irs
: Shaw isn't a
s that. I '' noth"
I took a cold
lilj. you
long."
-. nan." -aid he, "1 know
you, hut I knew
, r( the lost arts pi
: Remember Egypl was lull
Its and manic and even of
some scientific knowledge which
|i rn world cannot dupli-
cate Kv :i Moses our Teacher
was himself a great master of
' "You know." 1 said, "this busi-
ness of Moses doing magic has
always puzzled me. In my mind
when I think of it, I see big post-
ers reading Come See the Gr Bl
Moses making sticks eat up one
am ther.' Its incongruous. I
a great leader such as
- turning Houdini."
"Bui you musl understand the
conditions m Egypt those days.'
the old nan. "Tins magic
i I.....i as tricks in
you call the Houdini X
It was n garded as belongin
the mystic category, say ol A ti
The ise, those near to the
Hi av( nlj i rets, these were the
magicians Of course, Muses him-
self had no laith in this magic,
but he knew the peoples creduli-
ty and he used the tools he had
to get an audience. Just like
modem speakers will tell a few
, first and then go on with
the serious part of their lectures.''
'How was Moses as a speaker,"
I a>ked.
Muses could scarcely be called
a speaker, if you mean by that
an orator in the commonly ac-
cepted sense of the term. There
is something a little demeaning
atory to which Moses would
not stoop. Oratory la a kind of
salesmanship, a kind of influence
by which the orator seeks to place
you under his control. Moses ef-
on the .ther hand, was to
lead the people to Un-
truth Yd; icmcmber he said that
d that all the people
hets. Moses, as you
k,,,.v also from an im-
., in his speech. In other
. .onspired to make
the thinker and the doer
: !hc man ol words. 1
, the time of the ero -
;. | Sea. Bv< ryone i \-
h'then. The waters
and it seemed that to
ed on Pag
Keep on Buying w- o
and Stamps. **k '
SEASONS BEST WISHES

LOTSPEICH
FLOORING CO.
67 N. E. 36th STREET
PHONE 7-G693
JOSEPH LUZI
TAILOR
CUT MAKE TRIM
40^-404 CALUMET BUILDING
PHONE 3 Xl0
We Extend Our Sincere
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ANDY SOMMA
THE CHATEAU
1111 Dade Boulevard. Miami Beach
PHONE 5 9651
SEASON'S GREETINGS
ALEXANDER ORR, JR.,
INC.
PLUMBERS
M8 N. E. 6th Street
PHONE 2-3119
PASSOVER GREETINGS
T
GENERAL SHEET METAL
1943 N. W. 1st COURT
FHONE 9-1437
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER TO ALL
ORANGE BOWL
100, Pure Orange and
Grapefruit Juice
We Servo
REAL PINEAPPLE
COCOANUT PAPAYA
TROPICAL PUNCH
PHONE 3-9433
232 E. Flaglor Street
Miami. Florida
HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS
GREEN LANTERN RESTAURANT
345 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables
VISIT OUR WINERY LOUNGE
Phone 4-6225
TtieFiFstNaWonalBank
of Miami
MIAMI, FLORIDA
EDWARD C. ROMFH, President
Ka*i PI iler St.
I i : .....J
LAURENCE ROMFH,
Assistant to the President
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Comptroller's Call. March 20, 1945
RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due from
Other Banks $32,753 459.37
United States Government Se-
curities. Direct or Guar-
anteed S61.524,998.39
State and Municipal Securities
Federal Land Bank Bonds
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank
Other Securities
Loans and Discounts
Bank Premises and Furniture
and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Accrued Income Receivable
Prepaid Expenses
Other Assets
LIABILITIES
Deposits:
Demand $56,667,473.43
Savings 7,456.223.29
United Slates Govern-
ment 9.484,990.30
State and Municipal 11,369.589.65
Deposits of Banks 10,328,134.77
Other Deposits ._ 685.403.20
S94.278.456.76
460.326.39
38.350.06
90,000.00
100,000.00
3,952,480.57
713,544.61
8,876.00
200.204.79
79.945.04
7.534.69
$99,929,718.91
S95.991.814.64
Capital Account:
Common Stock
Surplus
Undivided Profits
1.500.000.00
1.500.000.00 oc,,io
677.863.48 S 3.677.863*8
2.279.82
247.640.32
10,120.65
Income Collected, Not Earned
Reserve for Taxes and Other
Expenses
Other Liabilities
United States Government Securities carried o
$27,952,000.00 in the foregoing statement are
pledged to secure public and trust deposits an
for other purposes required by law.
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION


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PHONE 2-7901
The Man Who Knew Moses
+JenKi>Fkri(fhtr}
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IpASSOVER GREETINGS
Best Wishes To Our
Many Jewish Friends
MIAMI
| MEDICAL CENTER
|1861 N. W. So. River Dr.
I SEASON'S GREETINGS
MAX THURSTON
and FAMILY
and ASSOCIATES
ACME TRANSFER
4 BAGGAGE CO.
NCLAIR ... Gas and OUs
626 Fifth Street
PHONE 5-3773
|to ll our friends and
patrons a most
happy passover
DONOVAN'S BAR
Jtl N. W. rtli St.. Miami
DONOVAN'S TAP
ROOM
IMN. W. Ith Ave.. Miami
To Jewry Everywhere
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
RICH A R D
"DICK"
BERENSON
And Associate*
ilSc'llINE
(Continued from Page 8)
enter them was to drownand
behind came the pursuing Egyp-
tians. I think that even Moses
felt then that some exhortatory
eloquence waS necessarybut
Moses simply lifted up his hand
as if to say. "Forward."
"I cannot believe," I said, "that
the waters then receded and al-
lowed the Israelites to pass."
"You can't believe it," replied
the old man. "because it is writ-
ten in the Bible. If it was written
in secular history you would be-
lieve it. Why do you believe it
when it is written in English
history th.it in 1593 a strong gale
came and scattered the invinci-
ble Spanish Armada, and thus
prevented the invasion of Eng-
land and paved the way for the
English colonization of America.
You believe it was possible for a
wind to do that for the English
but not fin the Israelites?"
"Moses," continued the old man
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was above all a man of courage, !
, II there was anything he stressed
more and more, it was this. 'Be of
good courage, fear not.- That was '
the unwritten commandant. You I
i know that Moses took his own
life into his hands every time
t he appeared in public, for he had
been seen when he slew the
Egyptian for beating up an Is-
: raelite and Moses knew that he
! had been seenand there were
| those who were not reluctant to
report him to the authorities."
"Tell tie about that killing." I
said. "Mses was so much against
' murder, yet we are told in the
Bible that he slew this Egyp-
I tian."
"Yes."' said the man, "unfor-
tunately many of the people who
have haud murder must have
1 had to resort to it. War is whole- ,
-ale murder and yet your finest
Americans, such as Washington
and Lincoln, have had to counten-
ance it, And this killing by Mosea
of the Egyptian was a pan of a
war, too. It was nothing personal
to Moses. He had been raised in
the Egyptian court. He was nol
; oppressedbui the Israelites
wi n and this killing was for his
people, not himself. Yearly the
oppression of the Israelites grew.
'I'll'- children were to be thrown
;nto the Nile The adults were to
be enslaved and consigned to'
forced labor making bricks. The
amount of their work was con-
i tinually increasedyet the very '
' straw for the making of bricks
was denied them. They were not
wanted in Egypt yet Pharoah ;
. would not permit them to leave. .
: It was those things which made ;
I Moses Israelite-conscious. There I
| are some people who in times of j
j persecution seek to run away ,
; there are the strong whom the j
! persecution only makes more i
adamant in their principles.
I looked up. The old man went
t on feverishly. "You talk of all'
i your modern civilized ideals, your
! social consciousness and reforms i
| and labor legislation and good
will and what notbut let me
tell youMoses was there long
before you. The greatest single
stroke of labor legislation was
the weekly day of restthe Sab-
bathwhich Moses introduced.
The greatest commandment of
good will between different
groups and nationalities was the
injunction of Moses'Ye shall
not oppress the stranger, for ye
were strangers in the land of
Egypt.' The noblest universal
ideal was enunciated by Moses
when he said, "Thou shalt love
, thy neighbor as thyself.' The most
I fundamental principle of eco-
I nomic reform was enunciated by
| Moses when he ordered the land
I divided up equally and provided
| that every half century there
must be a redivision of the land,
restoring the economic equality
of all."
"One thing strikes me as rather
odd about Moses," I said. "Re-
ligion is much concerned with
the aftcrworld. In Egypt at the
time there was particularly great
absorption in this subjectyet
Moses says nothing about this.
He seems a complete sceptic on
this point. There was no mystic-
isms in him." .
"I don't think you are right
there," replied the old man. "How
can you say there was no mystic-
ism in a man whose very fund-
amental Drinciple of an invisible
Deity as against the idolatry of
the day is deeply mystical. I
think we can understand Moses'
attitude in this matter only by
considering this very gross ab-
sorption of Egypt in the questions
of survival after death. There was |
BO much of it in Egypt that Moses
believed it had a harmful in- |
fluence. Moses didn't want people
to look for Heaven in the here-
after. He wanted them to make
this earth a Heaven. He wanted
man to know that they would be
punished or rewarded for their
conduct on this earthnot in the
hereafter. As to an aftcrworld.
we may be sure it is easier to go
from one heaven to another than
from hell to heaven. Moses' fund-
amental principle of a God whom
we are commanded to love with
all our neartthis concept of a
loving Godteaches us that we ,
can leave the things about which
we can know nothing to tins lov-
ing God."
At this the old man seemed to
vanish. "Say, where is that article
on Passover?" asked the editor,
rushing in.
"I have just been talking to a
man who knew Moses," I replied,
sitting up.
"You have just been sleeping,"
replied the editor very tartly.
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Heading Federation I9t"> campaign, men" division are Harry
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INQUIRIES RECEIVED
ON LOCATING KIN
THE UNION Or RUSSIAN
JEWS, Inc 5.1 Weil 12nd 81
New YoiU City, ha* received ca-
bled Inquiries to locate the follow-
ing people, for Whom there aie
me sages from theii relatives In
the Soviet Union
The abov mentioned inquiries
stated that these people lived in
thli state, but then present where-
bouts i uncertain
FLORIDA
Jaoobovich Meer Abramovlch
and Meet Joaifovich (father*!
name is A brain and losif. respec-
tively i message from H. Dn-
insnt.
Adler, l.uba of Baranovichi
message from David Rugel,
Alexandrovich. Air.ik. of Lodz
from brother-in-law, Salman Mos-
kovich
Bchnaber, Rebakka, of Poland
from nephew Aaron Buratein.
Dies. Elias. of Blostok from
his sistei. Cecilia Nemenovs.
Elias, (fiist name is not given i
from nephew Reuben Neuman of
Morodenka
Silberglied. Hirsh. of Minsk
from Dvoiras. daughter of Kavhil
Duner
Ourfinkel or (iarfinkel. Benja-
min, of Poland from Ins bro-
ther Naftali Gtirftnkel
Gelther, I.eon and Fanny, nee
Zoler from brother Isaak Youn-
ger.
Dr. Gerstenfeld. of Belostok
from Solomon Maznei
Goldman Bios, ibank office), of
Warsaw from their sister Zina-
ida Kalinia i father's name is Alex-
ander i.
Grinberg. Ma, painter from
his brothei in law. Schlioma
Schneider.
The spelling of the above names
is subject to change, as they were
translasted from Russian
APRIL 24 SET AS DATE
TO VOTE ON BONDS
Miami Beach city council set
April 24 as the election date for
freeholder! to pass on bond Issues
lor :i $."> 000 hospital; 11.000.000 for ac-
quiring and improving the Fire-
stone ami Warner properties for
public parka and beaches; 1900,-
000 for off-street automobile park-
ing areas; $2,650,000 for purchase
of Peoples Water & Gas Co.. and
;i two-mill levy for publicity and
i dvertiaing for 1945-46.
Registration books on "1st. 4 1st. .
23rd and Collins Ave. booths will
c closed on April 7. The regis-
Iration books will remain open at
rity h;ill only until April 18, five
daya before the election.
The book! will be reopened on
April 25, day after the bond elec-
tion for registering for the city
councilmanlc election.
On the bond issues the free-
holders "ill vote in the nine reg-
ular precincts. Voting machines
will he used
Freeholder! in this election!
must vote on each of the six)
items separately, thus they caul
favor all or just the items they I
deal re to approve and reject the
others .
In voting for the gas purchase I
and the two-mill publicity levy it j
is not necessary that a majority!
of the qualified freeholders cast
a ballot to validate that election.
On the auditorium, hospital,
parking and Firestone-Warner
property issues, it is necessary
however, that to validate those
elections, a majority of the free-
holders must participate or it will
be no election, and a majority of
those participating must favor
the issues in order for them to
be tarried.
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Dropsie College. Philadelphia, as
Chief of the Hebraic Section of the
Orientalia Division of the Library
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by Luther H. Evans. Acting Li-
brarian of Congress.
Born in London. England in
1906, Dr. Gaster is the son of the
Iste Moses Gaster. Chief Rabbi of
the historic Sephardic Congrega-
tion of London and a distinguished
scholar in the field of Rumanian
philology and folklore, and the
lore and literature or the Samari-
tan sect which he largely recov-
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PAGE ELEVEN
iESlDENT'S POSITION
[still UNCHANGED
. i iTA)President
fctt'Sd tii-wUk ththi-
fef on Zionism is unchanged
r'T i which he outlined in a
E^o.le invention of 5w
K!eOrwn'/"un "f America
fttoS"m which he frond
Lurried Jewwh immigration
BStationin Palestine and
't^ which would result..n
LSnwealth **.
J, pretidenl authorized Dr.
EL s Wise, to issue in hta
Elhe tollnwing statement. I
feniv position on Zionism
Cj"-0rloher. That position
f Li rhanU'-d i,nd snaH C0M"
&,SUk; to bring aboutJtS
K. realization. The state-
^Linitialed by Mr. Roose-
JLise who was received )>y ,
tV,den' "> his capacity.as
Lm n of the American Z.on-
Ttoergency Council. Mini
JJSrters of. an hour w>th
SruMing various questions
iLS Palestine. Hayim
SSch.irm.li of the ad-
[ WISMK. TO OUR MANY
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ministrative committee of the
Council and Herman Shulman,
chairman of its economic com-
mittee, who arrived here from
New York with Dr. Wise, told the
press that "the President's state-
ment speaks for itself" and that
further comment will have to
wait "until consideration of Dr.
Wise's report by the executive
of the Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil."
The statement to which Mr
Roosevelt referred today was
made by him on October 15. in a
message to the 47th annual con-
vention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America held in Atlantic
City. Addressed to Senator Rob-
ert Wagner, it read as follows:
"Knowing that you are to at-
tend the 47th annual convention
of the Zionist Organization of
America. I ask you to convey to
the delegatrs assembled my most
cordial greetings. Please express
my satisfaction that in accord
with traditional American policy,
and in keeping with the spii it
of the Four Freedoms, the Demo-
cratic Party at its July conven-
tion this year included the follow-
ing plank in its platform: "We
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28 N. W. Third Avenue
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A MOST HAPPV PAS.OVER
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[a MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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GREETINGS
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1407 Washington At..
Phone 5-1174
MIAMI BEACH
Peiiorer Greetings
po Our Many Jewish Fri.nds
ind Patroni
Siiith Florida Liquor
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INCORPORATED
300 South Mimi Avenue
Phones 2 7.262 2-3512
1 EXTEND
TO ALL
MY FRIENDS
AND
ACQUAINTANCES
A
HAPPY
pASSOVER
It
M.GARDNER
Y^Ciry CommiMW
SEASONS BEST WISHES
TO ALL
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DENTIST
CONGRESS BUILDING
W. Wish to Extend Passover
Greetings to Our Friends
and Customers
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FOOD MARKET
415 W. 41st STREET
PHONE 5-7345
TO ALL
A HAPPY PASSOVER

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favor the opening of Palestine ,
to unrestricted Jewish immigra- ,
| tion and colonization, and such !
: a policy as to result in the es-
tablishment there of a free and
democratic Jewish Common-
wealth.'
"Efforts will be made to find
appropriate ways and means of
effectuating this policy as soon as
practicable. I know how long and
ardently the Jewish people have
worked and prayed for the es- !
tablishmtsnt of Palestine as a free |
and democratic Jewish Comnion-
wealth. I am convinced that the
American people give their sup-!
port to this aim; and if re-elected ;
I shall help to bring about this i
realization." |
DAY OF MOURNING
FOR EUROPEAN JEWS
New York (JTA)A solemn
Day of Mourning for the Jews
killed by the Germans in Europe
was observed throughout the
world as tens of thousands of
Jews in the United States, Pales-
tine. England, Canada, France,
the Latin-American countries and
in North Africa crowded into
synagogues, praying for the fallen
and honoring their memory by
contributing to relief for those
who survived Nazi annihilation.
Special services were also held
in Russia,, arranged by the Mos-
cow Jewish Community.
I were crowded as worshipper?
I marked the world-wide observ-
ance of a day of prayers for the
massacred Jews of Europe.
Grand Rabbi Isaye Schwartz pre-
sided over services in the Grand
Synagogue here.
TRANSYLVANIA JEWS
HOLD PARADE
Cluj, Transylvania (JTA)
Several hundred Jews of the 1,-
500 Jewish survivors in this
Transylvania-n capital participat-
ed in a parade on the occasion of
the return of Northern Transyl-
vania to Rumania.
Jerusalem (JTA)All work,
trade and traffic were suspended
i throughout the Jewish-populated
| sections of Palestine as the coun-
try's Jewish community joined
with Jews throughout the world
in observing a day of fasting and
mourning for the estimated 5.-
000.000 Jews murdered in Europe.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
to
Our Many Friends
Lakein Jewelry Co.
424 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-1837
Paris (JTA) Synagogues
| throughout France and Algeria
Passover Wishes To All
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fox
of the
6th STREET MARKET
4SC S. W. Sth St. Ph. 2-SMO
PASSOVER OREETINOS
DIXIE CASH MARKET
136 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 29336
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
To our many friends St patrons
we extend beat wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
Lou and Helen Fried
CAUSEWAY INN
400 N. E. 13th Street
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS
SAMS
SEA FOOD
MARKET
723 N. W. 20th Street
PAS.OVER GREETINGS
ARTISTIC
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Completely Air Conditioned
SIS Lincoln Road
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TELEPHONE 55509
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tf
CITY PLATING CO.
627 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 1-7139
CHARRON-W1LLIAMS
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Special Night School Classes
Monday. Wednesday. Friday
6:00 to 9:00 P. M.
Sixth Floor Poat.l Building
PHONE 3-4159
Mery William*. B.C.S. Dir.
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i
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HAPPY PASSOVER
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*
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YOUR BEACH
COUNCILMAN
*
GREETINGS
u
JOHN A. MOORE
AND
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Montreal (JTA)Ten minutes
of silence were observed in all
(Jewish factories and other enter-
| prises a. part of the day of
mourning proclaimed by the
Palestine rabbinate. Many Jews
tested the entire day in accord-
I ante with a call issued by the;
Montreal Rabbinicial Council.
Special services were held in all
synagogues.
COURT SENTENCES
FOUR JEWISH YOUTHS
Jerusalem (JTA)A military
court here has sentenced four
Jewish youths to seven years
imprisonment each, and one Is
five years en the charge of il-
legal possession of arms.
The five were arrested on Feb-
ruary 28 near a Jewish settle-
merit near the Dead Sea.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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272* N. W. North River Drive
PHONE 2 9.33
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PHONE 2-9198
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MIAMI BEACH
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PLEASURE
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TO ALL MY
FRIENDS
AND
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GREETINGS FOR
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PASSOVER
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Your City
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*Jfew ist fkrklitori
FRIDAY,
MARCH
30/
after the tenth plague Pha
would surely free the Hebrews.
Encouraged by the Dinve prom-
:,:. >g i xclajmi I ves, in-
deed 1 shall not come to see you
again! Next tune, you will come
to me. Vou and all your nobles
will come and plead with me to
_______lead my people out ol Egypt
--------------------------------------r~ At that time, the Torah had
Freedom is the greatest and do letest slavery^Our ami- bii,n given the Jews.
And still slavery exists since time U)()- however, did not want mem
THE FIRST PASSOVER
("And Thou Shalt Tell it to Thy Children'-HogadabJ
By DR. AARON ROSMARIN
slavery ruins'him spritually. re- urge tor liberty. Our compara-
ducine him to the level of an tiv II nation demonstrated
to Moses: "As
Ions n- the Children "i Israel
uncivilized, uncultured person, to the world at large.that when vi[. M,m. ,1k. Egyptian kI< Is.
And stil, slavery exists since time p jenuinely tangujshes pi ,hcy wm not be freed. Go. there-
out of mind, although the world freedom and liberty, they u m (qk .md command them to stop
yyt Ul ilium, ttniii'iifti* '" *-' ....., l J l(IK'. was given to all of mankind. That break th fetters ol slavedom worsnippjng the idols
it was common in the days fol- even ii they tyranic ruler is as F ,Kins ].,., ,,
luwinR the flood is exglicitely powerful as ancienl Egypt ano ,hcmsc]ve!i for the sacrifi

prepare
Sook of Genesis evei if they have no pla logo th| p
said: 'Cursed b the wilderness. -Master ol the Univci
p ... Pharaoh still rel
ii Hebrews so.
PI
I
slated in the Book
And he (Noah) saic.
Canaan, a servant ol ints Pharaoh indeed, was very much Moscsreplied "how can I do a
shall he be unto his brethren'." opposed to freeing the Hebrews {.',' ^ ,. ,!.'..- -r..,,. Egyptains
We Jews, however, love fro slaved for him without pay lambs as then gods, so
nine plagues had p slaughter I
yi having i( | ,.
Then tin Lord said Vei
i : i not be di i front
Egyi until they will
Moses went once more I f the Egyp-
and said to him: "Lei ,,.ins U1 :nejr sjght, so that the
eople go free, for it you n Egyptians shall see that their
(use to di so, all th first born ,,,7,1. arc nothing else but weak
ol Egypt will die tonight, animals
: '" ":'i d'd,nHt-n,ahl' The Jews thereupon took lambs
this th eat seriously, and so he bvd Is
.. Mosf ana",y- ** when the Egyptians saw this they
For how long will you con- ^ MgEtened. when Moses
j :ni l.n away, and ... ,i, ,.,;,. ,
/ourself again here- g^ ;.,'>, *" ^
I do not want to sec you h.l* ^ ^ ^^
"Very well," Moses replied. "1 \\< Kuyi>t and they mingled
, to see you agam." with the sacrifices._The lovely
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shall not
M ses made this statement be-
God revealed to him that
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aroma spread far and wide and :
made the Jews so avid for the |
meat of the sacrifice that they ,
begged Moses to let them taste :
the Paschal Lamb. God. however. :
said: "You must circumcise be-
fore you will be permitted to par-
take of the Paschal Lamb." So
they let themselves be circum-
cised, to become worthy of eating
the Paschal Lamb.
Then Moses commanded the
Jews: "Take a bunch of hyssop, j
and dip it in the blood that is in
the basin, and strike the lintel
and the two side-posts with the
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(Continued on Pago 13)
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A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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PASSOVER GREETINGS TO
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IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT I EXTEND
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO MY MANY
FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Perinne Palmer, Junior
Your City Commissioner Candidate
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
"A NAME TO REMEMBER"
JOHNNY JOHNSON
Your City Commissioner Candidate
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
"Smiling" Charles Dillon
Your City Commissioner Candidate
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
The Rev. Joseph Barth
Your City Commissioner Candidate
WANE COCKTAIL LOUNG1
US.ST ST.
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
HARRY TRYON
Your City Commissioner Candidate


B1DAY. MARCH 30. 1945
+JenistincrAfiar>
PAGE THIRTEEN
Passover Greeting.
SUNLIGHT
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PHONE 2-9998
A MOST
HAPPY PASSOVER
'i1
RALPH C. POLE
Your Miami Beach
Councilman
BEST GREETINGS
FOR THE PASSOVER
ALABAMA
POULTRY MARKET
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PHONE 9-2315
TO MY MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
if
FRED A. KOENIG
PAUL'S BOAT SUPPLY
PHONE 2 7641
260 S. W. Sixth Sheet
PASSOVER GREETINGS
i<
PIG & WHISTLE
Barbecue Grill
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MIAMI
PILOTS
AND
AIR LINE
PERSONNEL
Full coverage Old Line Legal
Reserve Insurance with Life
income now available.
Noi Exception On Flights
Give Date of Birth
Write Postofhce Box 4016
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The First Passover
(Continued from Page 12)
blood that is in the basin; and
none of you shall go out of the
door of his house until morning."
And be asked them to take
bunches of hyssop because Israel
is the smallest nation, and hyssop
the lowest plant.
Moses thereupon announced to
the first born of Egypt their im-
pending death, and they, fright-
ened and perturbed, said to their
parents: "Please have in mind
that all the plagues which Moses
announced befell us in due time.
And now, when he says that all
of us shall die, it will surely come
to pass as well." Their parents,
however, replied: "We have many
sons, so it pays to sacrifice one
of them in order to retain the
Hebrew slaves."
Frightened, the first born of
Egypt went to Pharaoh. They
hoped he would help them, tor
he, too, was a first born. Pharaoh,
however told them: "Either 1 will
die or they will perishthere is
no other choice left," and he com-
manded his servants to chastise
the first, born.
At the same time, Moses, Aaron
and the whole people of Israel
were celebrating the "Seder."
They ate the Paschal Lamb.
drank wine and sang hymns of
praise to God. And while the
Jews were feasting, the first born
of the Egyptians were dying. Nine
hundred thousand angels went
about the land of Egypt killing
all the first born of man and
beast. Even the unborn children
died, and also those Egyptians
who had hidden in Jewish houses
hoping to escape their fate.
There was no house in all of
Egypt without a corpse. Six hun-
dred thousand perished on that
night. And all the idols of Egypt
were destroyed as well. Those
made of stone turned to dust,
those wooden ones rotted away,
and those fashioned of metal dis-
solved.
Crying and weeping Pharaoh
and his nobles, accompanied by
Princess Bathya who had saved
Moses' life, went to look for
Moses in the middle of the night.
They hurried from house to
house, calling: "Does Moses live
here? Where is Moses?" When
the Jewish children heard Pha-
raoh calling for Moses they made
fun of him. for only a few hours
before he had driven Moses from
his palace.
Finally they found Moses'
house, and through the closed
door Pharaoh called to him:
"Please, my dear Moses, pray for
me to God."
Moses replied: "Who are you?
And what do you want?"
"I am Pharaoh, deeply hum-
bled and sorely stricken."
"Why did you come to me?
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Surely, it is not befitting a king
to walk about the streets!"
"Please. Moses, petition God on
my behalf!"
"1 cannot leave the house, for
God has commanded us to stay
indoors till the morning."
Pharaoh kept on begging,
Please, come to the window so
that I may speak with you."
Moses did so, and he said NT.
Pharaoh: "If you want to be
saved, say thrice 'Children of Is- '
rael, you are free. Go out from [
tgypt. Until now you were slaves i
unto Pharaoh of Egypt, from to- I
day on God will be your Master." i
Pharaoh obeyed and publicly an I
nounced Isiael's freedom." and'
the proclamation was heard all I
over Egypt.
Pharaoh requested Moses and I
Aaron to leave the country right !
away; they, however, replied:
"We shall not leave in the night,
for we are not thieves to escape
in the darkness! in the morning,
however, we shall surely depart
from here."
Thereupon Princess Bathya re-:
preached Moses: "Is this my re-
ward for saving you from drown-1
ins the Nile?"
Moses replied: "You were not I
smitten by even one of the
plagues with which the Egyptians I
were punished and although !
you are the first born of your;
mother, you will not die with the
other first horn."
When the angels saw the pun- !
ishment of the Egyptians they
wanted to sing and rejoice. Gcd,'
however, stopped them saying, I
"This is not time for you to re-
joice! It is the celebration of my!
children on earth; they conduct
the first 'Seder' and sing songs of
praise and thanksgiving."
After the "Seder," the Children ,
of Israel went out from the land
of Egypt. And they were deliv-1
ered because they had not I
changed their Hebrew names.
They neither forsook their langu-
age, nor did they engage in evil
talk. They led a clean life, and it
was because of the merits of their
pious women that Israel was re-
deemed from the Egyptian bond-'
age, which had lasted 210 years. I
Th Children of Israel did not
leave Egypt empty-handed. They |
received many costly presents, '
and they also took along the
treasure of gold and silver which
Joseph had collected. They also
carried with them Joseph's re-
mains to bury them in the Holy
Land.
They departed from Egypt!
without bread and they only took
with them the dough they had
prepared. And yet they neither
hesitated nor did they question
Moses, "How can we start.out for
the desert without provisions?"
Because of this trust in God a
miracle happened, and the dough
they carried with them out of
Egypt lasted them for thirty days'
food.
God surrounded the Jews with
seven clouds of honor, one cloud
on the four sides, one above them
to protect them from the heat,
one under their feet, and one in
front of them which levelled for
them the hills and dales, and
killed the snakes and reptiles. At
night, a fiery cloud guided them .
and lighted their path.
This was the manner in which i
the Jews observed the first \
"Seder" and went out from slav- j
ery into freedom. |
ij30iixpio ''SfcTyov lib
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
ISM S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
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Exchange
340 N. W. First Court
PHONE 2-0491
BEST WISHES TO OUR
MANY FRIENDS
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COMPANY
535 N. W. 24th Street
Phone 3-3689
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
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Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro
ICB Carl* iw ducts and Ice Cream.
WUIU 4 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
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WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
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COLD STORAGE
FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN
Waterproofing-Painting by
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376 N. W. 22nd St.
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RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes. Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875
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Phone 4-3710
OPEN EVERY
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HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
08 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-51
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** is th, nt.si'
see you I
coLuns
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Pappy's Restaurant
AIR CONDITIONED
Open 9 A. M. to 3 A. M.
[Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner
Specializing in steaks and chops
1COLLINS AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH
Washington
At 10th St.
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Hotel AitoA
Miami
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DINING ROOM
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Strictly Kosher Meals "|S'3
For Reservation Phone 58-2341
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Featuring
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N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
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SERVICE
PARADE!
Sgt, Leonard H. Glas* r, who
Ls with 'ho 47th Tank Coins ol
General Patch's 7th Arm) now in
Germany, has written his brother
i; i ierl < letter which reveals the
gentiments ol man) sei
who have been "through the
mill."
Sgi Glasscr graduated from
\i : ni Beach high school ai d
was ,i senior at the University
ol Kim ul i whore he majored in
architecture. He joined the Ainu
in April, 1943, at the age ol 22
Hi- brother, Robert. Ph2 Cl,

. in_howeVer. Bob. remembci
lha) i( isnol all glorj US0 an.
good fin:......." i""1 '""
you are getting breafc
1 am sure you will meet and
make m in) friends- some will
,. iy some not worth .i damn
obligated to
.. Bnd be apprei Hive and
ful for everything handle
money with care -il will
lake some lime, I suppose, be-
fore you w ill be able to sec youi
waj cleai to send an) home
8 to rcmembei is lhat but when you can -send it all to
Is based on one simple Momyou and I both know she
into always be cle in as
You probabl) know
aboul religion thai I do you
wee Bar Mitzvahed latei man
me- never forgel that yo
Jewish because ol youi choice
not because Mem and Dad
I would .ike to kn
ENGAGEMENT IS
ANNOUNCED
Mr and Mrs Hyman Sehul-
man, 739 llth St., Miami Beach,
arc tins week announcing the en-
,,.,,., ni. nt of their daughter,
Beat) ic lo Sst Max Finn, Army
An Corps. No date lias been set
for the w< .Ming.
Mi-- Schulman eradiated trom
BEACH 'T'OpS^
TOBEHELD^l?"
you
e attending services i
lb.' Navyand I Hunk you win
become a better man
it matter not it Jewish sei
are not heldyou can attend
Catholic, Protestant or any others
it a"
foi vontake
as they treat you. but as you want nds as you can do not get
themto treat you"you will meel into debt with anyoneand do
many anti-Semitespa) them no not allow anyone lo
minddon't argue with them debt with oi to you
those kind are illiterate and are Bobby1 would like
the cause ot this ai* -0 n'l
i lash youi religionbut don'l be
shamed of it!
This scLool business may be
i hat you needit nm be a start
gel into
very
much to send you something for
youi birthdaybut can send
nothing except besl wishesI do
send you .ill the luck in the
u-oildand I know you'll do
U. S. Navy, to whom the letter ".-..^ unU, ,..,. BS you will take care ol il
, M addressed, enlisted ai the > ( null, iItotnwn, you can
school, He is now at the Naval
Training station in Bainln ids<*.
M i He will spend a 10-daj tut
lough here about April 5 with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Glasser, 1045 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Miami Beacn.
His letter stated:
Dear Bob
Well I guess by Hi-' lime you
receive this you will be some-
where tuning boot training. I
hope you will set your mind to
making -omething oi yourself
you will be getting a luck) break
b. be attending school while
others your age are dyingdon't
ev*t feel sorry for yourseliand
il ill the breaks are nol going
your waydc not feel i mi badly
about itremember that Ihi igs
ii al avs be worse.
I belie/e that you are going
into Ihe best branch ol the sen -
ind 1 think you are going
ino the best part ol the besl
.i inchthe medics are respected
all over the worldremember I
Ihi.' and always be proud ol it'
You may get sent t.> a city
*r WHA will be |
April 1, a, 8.J0 VUn^.J
to be submitted by ,,, ^ M
ing committee L,non,W-|
Ciudes present. ,&'*
mck: vice president- SaJiH
David Phillips. Han-V frT *M
Weinkle. reeo,d,lS,rkui'C.
Leo- Huberman: .orr
secretary. Mrs. Carl Susskj
nanrial secretary. Archie fc7
treasurer. Re,,,-....... ,.'p B'i*
treasurer, Benjamin f ?^
medicine is a broad and good everything you can to make us
lick.'so learn all you can all proud oi you so, good luck,
don't be afraid to slay in your Sailor bov
quarters and study while the | [ haven't been writing at often
others ?o to towneverything as j should because I figured'
you learn is Import an I and one .\jom was showing you my letters
little thing may some day save _as soo|1 as j Re, voul address
..omebody's lifemaybe yours. jjj trv l0 v,.|iu. ,0|.e lten
Try to write home when you and jf voll |18VP timewrite to
canhowever, it you have work nu. and lpl ,,. kn.. everything
lo do, do it: As I.Mig as you are ygu are domR
I hope you will remember all j
I have writteni( not keep it i
handyand remember Bob. I'm
always thinking of your.
Your biotliei.
LBN.
in the states, Mom will not worry
to muchand here is something
else to remembcidon't just
write a letter became you fell
behindmake every woid count
and although it i> natural to
joke about some thingsbe seri-
ous about the things you should
be
(after boot training' where there you will write is going to form.
Corp. Aaron Kirchenbaum,
serious aboutevery letter veteran ot nine months with the
ill be plenty of servicemen and
it will be difficult lo have
good .lean tunhowevei don't
go over the deep end and lie......le
one ol these "wise guys''don't
di in1; or gambleyou can .smoke
but don't do it too muchand
don't cussit is a bad liali'u lo get
an impressionso make it a good
onethat gees foi anyone von
might toMom. relatives, the
Vans, friends, anyone!
Schooland being in the states
will at times he boringthere
will be many occasions upon
which you Will he itching foi
AAF in the European theater as
radio mechanic on a B-24. has re-
ported to the AAF Convalescent
hospital at Kort George Wright.
He L the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Kiivhenbaum. 5010 N. W.
Fifth Ave.
Miami Beech high school and at-
tended the University of Ala-
bama.
Sgt Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Finn, of New Bedford, Mass..
att.-nded Boston university and
is now stationed at the Massa-
chusetts Institute of Technology.
MEMBERSHIP MEETING
OF BETH DAVID CONG.
Beth David- Congregation will
hold ltd annual membership meet-
ing at 8:30 Monday evening. April
2nd. at which time officers will
be elected for the coming: year.
"PENNY WISE" IS
VEHICLE AT "Y"
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Condensed Statement of Condition
At Clos of Business, March 20, 1945
COMPTROLLER'S CALL
R ESOURCES
$ 8.390/188.Vi
.it Hand and Due front B*nk
ci Slates Go\ ernni nt
Securities
Municipal Bonds
Stock ot Federal Reserve Bank
Loans and Discounts
F. H. A. Insured Mortgages
Kn.-t Mortgages on Improved
Real Estate
15.729.825.5.<
118.000.0fl
24,738. 214.03
15.000.00
t 2,066.485.17
5.139.5"
30,000.00 2.101.624.74
Kuiniiure and Fixtures
Other Assets
Overdrafts
40,485.43
58,559.43
308 79
W.353 -tf
126.954 12.42
Lt. Rob.rt D. Hays. 23. son of
Mrs. Miriam M. Hays. 900 16th
St., Miami Beach, is somewhere j
in Italy serving with one of the
oldest P-38 Lightning Fighter
Groups of the 15th Air Force. Lt.!
Hays, who attended University:
of Florida, received his commis-'
sion and won his wings at Craig
Field, Ala., in May ot 1943.
April 9 and 10. at 8:30 p. m.
the "Y" players will present a
three-act comedy "Penny Wise"
by Jean F. Black. Included in
the cast ate Palmer Martin, Ger-
trude Marx, Charlotte Frank. Au-
drey Siegendorf, Eddy Moore,
Jimmy Rosenstrauch, Millicent
Kasper is directing.
Board w.
v.t/.. George Be,iman. &,?
man, Sol J. Levy. Joser, r 1
bam. Mrs. Edward WemstnHi
Bliott Winter!,,.,,,. 'CB\S
Singing Society will rend^*l
lections for the gathering^
gendelnext~6n
"y" program
Harry Gendel. who wj|| ^ tt
attraction in the Inter, r r2l
tural Program on April 15 jM
is famous for his imerpreuti,^
, and Ins jnginal creations.
In all of Gendels interpret*.i
tions he is genuinely humoro*!
I and original. His presence on3
concert stage commands an i*]
dissoluble bond between perform.
O and audience and is easily 1
orre man program by hirnself'forl
I an entire evenings entertain-]
merit.
Harry Gendel will appear 1
the Miami Woman s Club on 6110. |
day night. April 15. under thtl
auspices o the Town and Beat]
TEMPLE ISRAEL LADIES
ANNUAL PASSOVER TEA
Temple Israel Msterhood wi]
hold its annual Passover tea 1
Monday. April 2. in Kaplan hill
Guest speaker will be Rev. Jo*.
eph Barth. The annual electwi
of officers and trustees of the or-J
ganization will take place. Th
nominating committee is con-
posed of Mrs. M. B Ross, chair-!
man, and Mesdames Frank Cord,]
Henry Hii*sch, N. A. Rossmat,
and Harry V. Simons. Chairmuj
of the program, beginning at 1:4 j
p. m., is Mrs. Adolpli Wertheinv
er. Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum s
entertainment chairman.
BEACH "Y" TO HOLD
LAG B* OMER
LIABILITIES
I
Capital Stock
Surplus
Undivided Profits and Reserves
D iosits
lOO.OOO.oo
400,0(l0.nii
410.634 14 4
110.634 -4
26.043,55" 4:i
K26.954 I 12 t:
DIRECTORS
SAMUEL BLANK
-..dint. National Brandt.
GUV W ELLIS
Ex-cut.ve Vice Prendan;
Lincoln Road Asioc.jt.on
GEORGE GOLDBERG
Reined
BENJAMIN N KANE
Vice Pret.dcnt of Bank
MARCH LIBERMAN
Viet Prendent 3i :., .
ALEXANDER ORR.
erid;nt. Alelnd-r Or.'.
JR
Jr
JUOCON L OWEN
President of Bank
rector. First Nttionn Bir
in Palm Beach
GEORGE A PRICE
President Royal Pain.
Furniture Facto. ie
HAROLD KASSEWITZ
Attorney
Sgt. Jack Gilman. 22-year-old
Army paratrooper, who was
awarded the Silver Star for brav-;
ery last January, was wounded
in action in Belgium on Feb. 8,
the War department has in-
formed his father. Israel S. Gil-
man. 1210 S W. 25th Ave.
Suffering sharpnel injuries to
his chin, eye and nose. Sgt. Gil- !
man is hospitalized in England
and writes he is getting along!
nicely. Former student at Miami
Senior High school, he entered
service in November, 1940, trans- !
ferred to the paratroopers and
wont overseas last May
PriTata Murray Strait, wife,
and baby, aie spending a 22-day
1 furlough here with Mr. and Mrs.
I Jack Apte. Mrs. Apte is a sister
I of Murray. originally from
Brooklyn. He has been in service
two years and has just returnrd
trom a yeai of overseas duty,
where he has seen action in Eng-
land. France and Germany.
The Miami Beach '"Y" will hold
its second annual Lag b Onier
field dav at Reynolds Park Sun-
day, April 15. There will be races,
track, and field events and soft-
ball games in the afternoon for
juniors. intermediates, and
seniors. Entries for the various
events are being accepted. Trucks
to transport the group will leave
the "Y" at 10 a. m.
TEMPLE ALUMNI TO
BE HOSTS AT SEDER
The alumni group of Temple
Isiael will be hosts to its non-
Jewish friends at a "Third Seder"
to be given at the Temple Sun-
day evening, April 1. at 6:30 p. m.
M. B. MKRACHI
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The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
present a showing: of a Jewish
motion picture. "The Singing
Blacksmith." featuring Moiahe
Oisher Saturday night. March
31st. at 8:30 p m at the Beth
Jacob synagogue.
Adela Sootin, HA 1 c, will be
home on leave for the Passover
holidays from her post at the
JJ. S. Navy hospital at Bethesda,
Md. She is tin* daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Soot 111, 230 N
W. 2nd Av,-
MANY IN ATTENDANCE
AT MAMCHES CONCERT
A capacity attendance of 130.
made reservations for the Se-
derim held by the Jewish Home
lor the Aged al its new home.
Improvement! are being con-
stantly mad' to the structure.
Alfred B Rosenstein. president,
stated, and the entire property
is now being enclosed with an
elaborate fence and gates.
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MARCIE LlBERMAN
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FRIDAY, MARCH 3r

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MARCH 30, 1945
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
IT BEGAN IN EGYPT
(A Reflection on Passover)
By HARRY GREEN
(Copyright. 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
<,me 3,000 years ago a cry
. lid from a relatively sma 1
rf^her of Shepherds in Egypt.
tS against the oppressor, so
A.,fn visited on minorities. The
?'l rnmes into the world with
fend w.th that cry of the
RiSLnfaL the people of Israel
te born'. Had* it not been for
fcSr the people of Israel
Hlrf never have been born.
Zrt AeDherds would have
EfJSBSi -to the Egyp-
ReP don't know too much
Lout those shepherds, but what
1 do know makes us realize
!tat U>" was a disposition to
trnlate The Bible tells us.
te example that at one time
"these poop o Joseph had
Kcome premier of Egypt. That
Keif indicates the furthest
Beoee of assimilatiqa In all
ES historv of Russian Jewry
Kr example, until the Bolshevist
"Evolution, there is no record of
Z, Jew serving in the Russian
Cabinet. Tiic chasm between the
En and the official govern-
ment was too great. But in
EtYDt apparently one of this
kteDherd tribe was apparently
EhouKht sufficiently conversant
with all Egyptian problems to
become the first minister.
The Bible tells us too that
Mnv of the shepherds who had
en forced into brick-making
feven complained about oMses's
rotation in Egypt.
Since he had come, they
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moaned, their fate had only be-
come worse. "Moses," they said,
will you leave us alone. Don't
raise any issues. Hush-hush.
We are good Egyptians and we
want to remain Egyptians."
The Bible further tells that
when this shepherd tribe finally
did leave Egypt, a multitude of
Egyptians went along with
them. In other words, the as-,
similation of the Jews in Egypt |
had reached such a degree that
they had many non-Jewish
friends and sympathizers who
nad in fast become as brethren
to them.
The shepherd tribe finally
went forthout into the desert
and became an independent j
people.
It all began then.
It is remarkable when one
looks back to that time and re-
flects on the unfolding signifi-
cance of that event.
Could they have dreamed as
they went forth from the bond-1
age of Egypt, that some day sev-
eral thousand years later, the'
Negroes in a country which had
not yet been discoveredAmer-
icawould be consoling them-
selves with songs whose cons-
!f Irefra'n was this story of
the Jewish exodus from bond-
age. The southern Negroes sang:
"Go down Moses
Tell old Pharaoh
Let my people go."
With that spiritual, and all of
the Negro sprituals had some
connection with the Bible sto-
nes, the Negroes in the South
clung fast to their hope of
eventual freedom.
Again, could this Jewish shep-
herd tribe emerging from bond-
age and wandering forth to a
promised land have dreamed
that the founders of a new coun-
try and a new type of govern-
ment would one day hark back
to their story to strengthen them
in their own emancipation, yet
this was to happen in America,
when the Puritan fathers con-
stantly cited the Bible story as
if it was their own story. For
had they not left an Egypt an
oppression and gone forth to a
Promised Land
Could this shepherd tribe have
dreamed that upon arriving at a
Promised Land, they would
raise prophets and teachers
(Continued on Page 32)
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Passover-Symbol of Liberation
Bv JULIUS i- won.
Passover symbolize! not only
(01 the Jew, but mankind at
large, too. tlie festival oi libera-
tion from physical bondage.
Alter decades of exploitation
fciui oppression, the Jews were
di iven out by the persecutors
from Egypt.
The while histotry of thii
miraculous period lends 10 em-
phasize that liberation is not a
Hung accomplished by man
alone. Israel in Egypt wa ln
no way physically tit to throw
..1 r the yoke ol the tyrant. Even
when Moses approached them
Ln the lust time with the hope-
ful message the Almighty con-
veyed through him the [Israel-
ites did not possess the strength
to listen to him.
Therefore the miracles which
finally led to the liberation of
the Jews nol onl> assumed -is-'
nificance as contributing to-
. the -peed <; events hut
i s ,.,.., hi spiritual balk-
ing necessary to make the urge
tor physical liberation success-
ful.
In our time. too. we have seen
underground movement rise in
occupied countries against the
Phamah of the twentieth ren-
turj Although their snuggle
was predominated lor phssual
existence, they wanted this ex-
istence to be m a" '-"vironn T
of spiritual liberty. Their |
ing principles were the sam.
ones which the Jewish religion
firt proclaimed to the wo Id
The faith in the divine powei
which strengthened our ances-
tors m Kgypt. was resurrected n
modern tunes by ihe faith in
li,e p:im:ples of His command
ments inspiring the modern
fighters for freedom.
AM this tends to show us
the ideas of freedom, whin
iginated s< the time slavery on a
pi and scale was fnsi practiced.
nave SU| ,-ived and exerted their
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There is. however, one thing Wt
I Jews dare not overlook. We
must realize that we are the
keepers of this MCWd 'jf'',
tance. The reason for ftia ft
found in the teachings of oui
'ages who stale: "Every Jew in
each generation has lo regard
himself *s a participant in he
exodus from Kgypt What
does that mean' We certainly
need no further emphasis on the
hardships our forefathers ex-
perienced because in each gene.
Bttion, Jews in one coiner of the
world or in another were sub-
iected to these same hardships
and oppress on, sometimes even
on a moie severe scale.
Whai we should remember.
however, and that is what our
Sages mean is that the profound
and undying faith in the Al-
mighty gave our ancestor! i
Egypt' Ihe strength to survivi
, ol,r limes we need this
strength more than ever befon-
passover, I94S. means a M
ival of liberation only to too
small a number of our helplesJ
brethren in Europe. Jewi>
,nere has been dealt a slagg. i
,p blovt from which to recovei
j| will need -II the pow. r which
,., be mustered. ThW power
does nol mean the material In Id
.,!,. Jewry has never sur-
vived b.......e il was the pos-
session of worldlj goods. Onlj
because it had inherited the
sacred Ireas ire. 'he rorah. was
ihe Jewish people able to sin-
WFrom th Torah, the guiding
light foi 'he ideas of democracy.
FRIDAY. MARCH-
have the Jews deiived new faith
and new strength. Even we in
America need this same faith,
'and this same spiritual strength.
Our task as Jews is only be-
ginning. To carry rt out iuc-
i cessfultv we must be guided in
our actions by our Jewish law.
I It is therefore imperative for us
'to become acquainted with it.
Jewish adult education is as
important as Jewish youth edu-
cation because it is in the home
that Jewish children must see
the oracticing of the teaching
they get at the Hebrew school.
For our generation, the task is to
augment the physical freedom
we poss^ ,.hspirihJlla
ty. We cannot have U-
than our ancestors hti w"
ESJET"'"5ame 53
inhibited our brethren who,
to their death with th-
tion thai Jewry will.
Let therefore. pZJ$
be. the festival 0f tf3l
ation but let us dedicTi
selves to aclneve as much a*
al freedom as we possess A
cal liberty now. The A
embark upon this work iiL
to postpone il may nAt ,*
late. We cannot fail out it
and we must not fan (JJ
generations.
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A Voice from the Grave
Bv RABBI MILTON STEINBERG
RabinovviU, qiundom
ePLjSni in the remetery of
%S"nt camp in th. south
rf Italy, speaks.
r will not go back. I will not
1 my children o back From
h, grave I rHie P*,mit S v
|Wit enough-lhat which
L have endured long before
ffitler's time-.'- years of hu-
Eabtim and ppi. SKureme that the old Mti--
mite is now a new man. es-
-oiallv in view of the expert
Sttniction he has received ait
ISShMds: Besides, what
there to go back to/ My syna-
f0Cue is in ruins: the grave, of
bvfathers have been obliterated;
_y fnends aie dead. And as
i.;. my business, a Pole pur-
ged it from the Germans who
ok it frm mr ^e actea m
faith, he paid hard money
Lit He will not surrender it
gritbout a fight. And if palaces
fcnd treasures, and an Eden of
M awaited me, I would still
lot jo back. The- simple truth
I cannot. Wtiat am I? Is
M heart of Hint, my flesh of
aonze.that I should willingly!
Lalk again along the street
there under the open heaven my
laughter was first violated and
JiHibiitcheied'
Those of my children who
mvive have the right to' peace
lad dignity. They will not go
wck.
"Then where will they go?
fust before 1 was taken ill, an
American reporter went through
jur camp asking this question.
Almost to the lasi person others
answered him a< did 1.
Tu'We are going.' we said, 'to
fikstine.'
"Why Palestine?' he asked.
"Why Palestine!
When he pui this question to
p. I could have answered; And
(rlwe else, pray? Will America
ike us, or Britain, or the Ar-
gline, or Australia? In all
the yeara since the Evian Con-
ference has a place been found
for us, the homeless Jews of the
world? Were we welcome any-
where, even in the hellholes of
the earth?
"But I did not answer so. He
would have thought that we are
going to Palestine only because
we can go nowhere else. The
truth is there is nowhere else
we wish to go.
"Palestine is in our Scripture,
in our religious faith, in our an-
cestral ritual, in our souls.
"To Palestine we go of right,
not by sufferance. It is the
homeland established by inter-
national covenant, for the out-
cast of our people. There we
belong. There, at lost last, we
cease to be a 'problem.'
"In Palestine our brothers
plead, move heaven and earth,
for our admission. To be wanted
what a novel experience for us.
"In Palestine they have had
long experience with immigra-
tion and pioneering. They are
ready to receive us now, at once,
in the moment of our deepest
need and in vast numbers. Can
that be said of any other land?
"In Palestine my children will
be remade. The evil spirit of
the Ghetto will be broken. They
shall not become automatically
merchants as I became one. They
will be, if they so prefer, farm-
era, mechanics, fishermen, dig-
gers of ditches, and hewers of
wood.
"In Palestine the age-old
dreams of social justice, seen by
our prophets and sages, are be-
ing embodied in a new, clean so-
ciety. My children, if tbey so
elect, can join the collectives
and cooperatives. So they will
live more nobly themselves and
contribute to human welfare
everywhere.
"In Palestine. Judaism and
Jewish culture are being reborn.
There the Hebrew tongue is
young once more, Jewish song
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The Jewish Quiz Box for Passover
Bv RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright, 1945, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
Question: Who was the author
of the Haggadah and when was
il written?
Answer: It is quite agreed that
the Haggadah in the form that
we have it today is not the work
of one authormuch the san a
our prayer book certainly wasn t
the literary creation oi one in
dividual. Neither was either oi
the two of the product ol one
generation. The Haggadah is ra-
ther an edited collection oi litur-
gical writings and sayings, the
earliest ol which seems to be ac-
cepted as of about the year 8 C E.
excluding Biblical quotations) in
the days of the Tannaim. the
ents of the saintly Ri
Jochanan Ben Zakkai, Afti
ditions from the later Ami i
and the Post-Talmudic writers il
is generally that the
present collection was compiled;
and edited cither by or at least,
at the time of Rab Ami am (850
C E ) who is generally cons;.:
the redactor of the daily liturgy.
The first printed Haggadah is
said to have come out in the year
I486.
Question: Why was the n
Sedi r" given to the entire ritual
ol Passover Ev '.'
Answer: There area numb
reasons given for this title
word in il i '."''
caning "oraei oi
"procedure." There are wi
who claim that the mediations
propounded on the evening 0
ver lhrou, the means oi
the Haggadah to be ti
the
around, Our prayers, i ur festivals
and eve.
vert back to II e occas
mind. the Exodus from
Egypt) rh
meant to impress the daily liv-
ing of man. Others attribute the
name to the fact that the fi
me. drinking and merrymaking
for the right were directed in an
orderly moderated fashion imply-
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infi the great ideal that ^timfte
reasons usually givenI seen* to
I.....k, Both oi "" "j"'^,;;;:;';::
from lh. same root aI? aje mere
lv intended to imply th. ac hat
such P' '
of the respective service ol eacn
Question: Why is customary
ildren to play with puts
on the Passovi r ho Mas
An, ; earliest i

tabbi Judah in the
n.u.l (Pi .....: ''
for the children in wini
givi then i its on the i
pass0' i iat they will not fall
quest
tin, to the Sedi
e not '

: the children as
VI r holiday. Many
introduced

Vfikem
.....i g to some
authorities the dippings, i tc. The
gi ni ral n nd i' !> to the
Biblical insiati nee lhat the P
over holiday be handed down
through the gem rations. "Il thy
son shall ask thee tomon
Pehaps the newly created |
ect method" ol education
realized long age by our sages
when Ihey .-ought to organize the
Pas ovei eve as a means of ed-
ucating the children with the
great past of the Jewish people.
It was hence, that nuts were sup-
plied to the children for this veij
reason. Some Writers even give a
mystical interpretation lor the
nuts, a the Hebrew word lor
nut, "Egoz" has the numerical
value ot the Hebrew word "Tov"
which means Rood, when count-,
ing the respective numerical i I
tei value in each. The nuts were,
hence, the symbol of "good."
Question: Why is it customary
to eat a hard-boiled egg on the
, \, of Passover?
Answer: Some writers considi I
this act as a reminder of the de-
struction of the Temple. It should
be remembered, in this vein of
thinking, that the mourners upon
returning home from the funeral
eat a hard-boiled egg. The egg.
then, represents the omen of
mourning. Many protest this in-
terpretation, however, and offer
another which is. as a rule, um-
ally accepted. It is recorded
that the Egyptians, because l I
FRIDAY, MARCH 30
some superstition, would abstain
from eating eggs with meat. Up-
on attaining their freedom, the
Jews displayed their bold asser-
tion in then belief in G-d and
their disbelief in Egyptian super-
stitions by eating hmd-boiled
eggs on Passover, the festival of
liberation.
Question: Why are three
"matzes" put on the table in the
Passovi I ci lemony?
Answer: In the actual cere-
mony it should be noted that each
ol the three has a special func-
tion. On the top one make the
special blessing for Mutzos. The
center one is used to break off
the "Afikomen" as well as to
pronounce the usual blessing for
bread, The lowei one is used for
the ceremony of eating the Mat-
zoh and the bitter herb together.
Main relate the three matzos to
the three-fold classification of
the Jews. ie. the Priests, the
Levites and the Israelites. As a
mattei ol fact each respective
"Matzoh" is named after each
one of these three classes. Others
n late to the Biblical narrative
of the three measure of grain
which Abraham summoned for
. nests. Upon ordinary occa-
sions two loaves n w
put upon the table'VSl
Mishneh' addition of ,k h
Matzoh" would eaS,\fl
the picture as the SpeL "'*
sentativ-e of the "Afg^.
Question: What is th. J!
thejour cups 0,-ft-jJ
Answer: Many as w.n
varied reasons have hZ
vanced throughout theT* '
this impressive part of th. "
mony. The Talmud co^
as symbolic ol the four dXJ
expressions found in the p2
teuch for the act of redemn,
ie. "withdrawal," "r^f*
demplion" and "take vp ,
: me." Much has been said a
i the deep significance of
gorizin;* redemption into ft
tour features signifying notl
bodily and physical freedom!
also social and spiritual free*
Another Talmudist refers the t
cups back t.i the four goblets,
Pharouh as mentioned in
Bible at different times
others refer it to the four
ernments that enslaved the JeJ
, ish peopled during the course el
their history, ,e: Egypt, GrwS
Rome and Persia.
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PASSOVER
By HOWARD SINGER
(SI ml
,nt ol the Jewish Theological Seminary of America)
, this night different
ii nther nights? For on all
ESnightewemay oath both
?lhInpd md unleavened bread.
KT*night we may eat
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beaming father or grandfather
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answer,"Once upon a time, long
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in the land of Egypt." and with
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for it marks the beginning of
Israel I identity as a people, and
its central emphasis on freedom
makes it meaningful to all liberty
loving peoples. Through the ages,
numerous customs and cere-1
monies have gathered by accre- I
tion around the original theme of !
liberty, and today the Haggadah
is a springboard for many atti-
tudes, all of which have their
place in the holiday spirit.
One of the most charming as-
pects of the celebration lies in
the stress that has been placed
on the need for children's parti-
cipation. For Passover, even more
than Punm. is the children's hol-
iday par excellence. The child is
not a more spectator in the cere-
monies, but participates actively,
and quite ofen turns out to be
the star of the show. It is an ex-
citing time for the youngster,
and all one has to do to be con-
vinced is to go back to the days
of ones own childhood. Try to
recapture the thrilling feeling of
sitting at the table with the
grown-ups. What child has not
been delighted by the unusual
brightness of everything, the
exuberance of the whole family
gathered together, the strange-
ness of the table arrangements,
the queer looking center piece,
and the general gayety. What
child Hasn't inwardly marveled
at the pillows on the chairs, the
glasses of wine, and the crunchy
Matzos piled high on the table.
The fact that Passover has so
great an attraction for the child
is not a modern accident. Even
in Talmudic times the Rabbis
were concerned with the problem
of making it attractive to chil-
dren. Rabbi Akiba, so the Talmud
tells us, was never known to dis-
miss his congregation abruptly,
except on Passover. Then he
would hurry them home while
it was still quite early, because
he wanted the children to stay
awake during the 'Seder.'
The custom of distributing nuts
on Passover owes its origin to
much the same motive. They
were originally given to the chil-
dren to keep them alert during
the long ceremonies. The child
gloating over the "Afikomen"
which he has managed to spirit
away from his father is a child
who is necessarily attentive to
the goings-on at the table. That
is the purpose of many of the
casually delightful little tradi-
tions that are not directly con-
nected with the central theme of
the holiday but have become an
integral part of it.
Several passages in the Bible
reveal the same attitude towards
the childs' stake in this particular
celebration. (Exodus 13:14) "And
when Thy son ask Thee What is
all this,' then shalt Thou answer
him saying, 'With a mighty hand
did the Lord take us up out of
Egypt, the house of bondage'."
Some historians see the influ-
ence of extremely ancient pas-
toral traditions surviving within
the general framework of Pass-
over. Even today, there are Jews
living in certain towns of the
Jebel district, in the heart of the
Sahara Desert, whose traditions
concerning Passover have a
strangely exotic flavor. On the
Last day of Passover, the young
unmarried girls of the town,
dressed in their finest, gather
round the towns fountain, and
await the coming of the young
men. If a young man chooses one,
he sends her parents a bouquet
of flowers. The parents by accept-
ing, give their tacit consent to
the marriage.
This, and other such enchanting
customs, are thought to hark back
to a primitive time when the peo-
ple celebrated the coming of
spring. Later generations rein-
terpreted the older ceremonies
and overlaid them with its pre-
sent-day symbolism centering
around freedom.
The truth of this general hypo-
thesis seems to be borne out by
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FRIDAY, MARCH 3Q
Leo I-ibb.
Eddie Muriel Boryle
and Svelyn Sunshine
AXLROD
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Bv DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
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.jnce the feast of the Passove'
was first celebrated by thi ehfl-
dren of Israel in the.tad of th
Pharaohs. Through *?"*
,en. as then, lurroundetfby hoe
tile and barbarian folk. i>."
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has bee:, honored. Harned an I
hounded, forced ofteni into flight-
Urael has preserved its "<*'/'
faith: her scathed sons hav
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held fast to the vision of return
to their own land. .
That dream, which no hardsh P
was evei so severe as to extin-
BU,'sl, was kepi .live n, all the
?,v islands of Jewry throuBhou
the world, until at long tart it
hag taken on the shape olfealty.
It sent the first pioneers to raies
,ine, and from it rose our'new
cities and factories and ferine
There as we in America cele-
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also observes it. no longer an
Slier, rite, but a festival of all
,he people, understood and shared
bv all. a glowing symbol of the
final escape ol Israel from bond-
**Countle ol our brothers have
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barl arism is at hand. In that con
flicl we have born our part wi ll
With nil fre i ei we Bwait the
coming of a new era in which the
-mailer peoples ol the earth shall
be ai.....led the peace and dtgnitj
which is our birthright.
When that new eia dawns. th(
never lost faith of our people
shall be vindicated. All that we
lure in America can do tow aid
that end will be done. We have
fought for ihe preservation ol the
democratic world; with equal de-
termination we shall fight for the
preservation and freedom of our
people 1" Jewish freedom is em- '
bodied ihe whole concept of free
men upon which this bitter strug-
gle a< pi fdualed.
The great powers of the demo-
cratic world, assured of victory
over the Na/.i forces, are meeting
in Apiil in San Francisco lo lay
Ihe foundation of a new world
order of peace. At that confer- !
ence the fale of all the victims ;
of Hitler's devastating march |
across Europe will have to be
considered. The greatest of oui
tasks is thai of assuring Ihe con-
tinued support of the American
public for our cause which was I
so hearteningly lealfirmed by
President Roosevelt in Ihe last
year.
Our own unity of purpose is
the greatest force in accomplish-
ing this end. It can best be dem-
onstrated bv enrollment m the
Zionist Organization of America,
the largest gioup of organized
Zionists in this country. We must
; bring inio our tanks those of
Zionist sympathies who have
never before thus definitely com-
mitted themselves. Those of oui
membership w ho. have heretofore
been passive must be spurred
into action and made articulate.
A bloc of 1!00,0(MJ w ithin the ranks
of the Zionist Organization of
Amenca will he a most impres-
sive indication to Amei leans and
the United Nations thai Ameri-
can Jew iv is united behind the
claim of Israel to independence
and freedom.
On this Holy Day. which has
I its roots deep in the history of
our peoole's stiuggle for freedom,
let Us renew our lesolve to unite
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FACE TWENTY THREE
FIRST FOR FREEDOM
By BERNARD POSTAL
Director of B'nai B'rith Information
Because the spirit of freedom
and liberty for all is an integral
part of the religious and cultural
tradition of Israel, the Jewish
people is probably the only one
that has converted an historic
event associated with human
freedom into an annual major re-
ligious festival. Passover, which
is known as the Festival of Free-
dom, not only commemorates the
liberation of the Jews from Egyp-
tian bondage, but is symbolic of
the Jew's age-old defense of the
rights and liberties of all men.
Today, when millions of Jew-
ish men and women in uniform
are fighting in the armies of the
United Nations to free all peoples
from oppression and slavery, it is
appropriate to record the list of
"firsts" credited to Jewishs men
and women in the armed forces
of the United States to date in
World War II. This list of those
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who have been first for freedom
is, of course, but a preliminary
compilation, based on material
collected only by this writer.
First to raise the American flag
on pre-war Japanese territory
was Lt. CoL Melvin Krulewitch
of New York City, who hoisted
the Stars and Stripes on Namur
Island during the invasion of the
Marshalls.
First American penetration of
Germon soil was made by 3rd
Armored Division commanded by
Maj. Gen. Maurice Rose of Den-
ver.
First three Amei icanss to enter
Aachen, the initial German city
captured by the Americans in-
cluded Private Max Finkelstein
of Brooklyn.
First American assault boat to
hit the shore of France on D-
Day was commanded by Lt. Abe
Condiotti of Brooklyn.
First Nazi plane shot down for
Uncle Sam is credited to Lt.
William S. Beck of Nashville,
Term.
First American Red Cross
nurse killed in World War II
was Ether Richards of San
Francisco, who died of wounds
received at Anzio beachhead.
First American Army nurse
killed on Western Front was Lt.
Frances Slanger of Boston, who
died of wounds received in Bel-
gium. The Lt. Frances Slanger
Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Young
Women in Washington is named
m her honor.
First B-2S raid on Japan in-
cluded bombers on which Capt.
William C. Goldstein, Indiana-
polis; Sgt. Morris Kramer, Pitts-
burgh, and Capt. Stephen Silver-
man of Boston served.
First American unit to break
through to relieve the trapped
American garrison in Bastogne
was a tank unit commanded by
Col. Creyton Abrams of West
Newton, Mass.
First American enlisted man to
receive the Purple Heart in Con-
tinental Europe was Sgt. Irving
Allen of Union City, N. J.
First American officer killed in
the Philippines was Lt. Henry D.
Mark of Los Angeles.
First American killed in action
on North American continent
was Pvt. Joseph Sharp of Phila-
delphia, who died at Dutch Har-
bor during a Jep air raid.
First American to kill a Jap in
the Burma campaign was Corp.
Werner Katz of New York, a
former refugee.
First crew of Army airmen to
land in Aleutians included Lt.
Harold Weisman of the Bronx.
First man to bomb Rome was
Lt. Sidney D. Gerstenfeld, of New
York, who released the first
bombs to fall on the Italian capi-
First American League base-
ball player to join the armed
forces was Hank Greenberg, now
a captain, of the Detroit Tigers.
First all-American air radi on
Europe, over occupied Holland on
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University
of
Miami
July 4, 1942, was made by squad-
ron in which Sgt. Chester Davis
of New York served as a gunner.
First four-medal winner in
American Army in World War II
was Lt. Morris Berenson of Gar-
field, N. J.
First American troops to enter
Algiers were led by Lt. Col. A. H.
Rosenberg.
First member of the WAVES to
be killed in line of duty was
Elizabeth Korensky of Philadel-
phia after whom the Elizabeth
Korensky B'nai B'rith Women's
unit in Philadelphia has been
named.
First American tank to enter j
Oran during invasion of North {
Africa was led by Corp. Bernard
J. K easel of New York.
First American air raid on Ru-
manian oil fields at Ploesti was
made by squadron in which Sgt.
Robert Kessler, alumnus of AZA.
B'nai B'rith organization for high
school boys, from McKeesport,
Pa., served as radio operator and
gunner.
First man killed in action from
Minneapolis was Ensign Ira Weil
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FRAZIER
INSURANCE AGENCY
incorporated
FIRST FEDERAL BLDG.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
MR. aad MRS. L. SILVERMAN
AND THE
SILVER PAINT
COMPANY
Wish AU Their Patron.
and Friends
A HAPPY PASSOVER
(Continued on Page 2t
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PHONB t-ZMI
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SKERRY HOTEL
72t Ocean Drive. Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR
Phono S-KSS
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Te Our Many Jawish Friends
WACHSTETTER'S DAIRY
MORTON SPEIER. Local Manager
54 N. W. 40th St. Phone 7I-27S
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ioi e. Ptaglof street
'Mtamt'l OldestSoul li
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Pay sills by ehsok.
Open a opeeial chsckins ac-
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rscaivs a pockotsixo chsckbook.
You pay only 10c for sach
chock issued.
No minimum balance reguirsd.
This psrsonal checking service
is a groat timo-aavor convan-
ient ant) your chock is a re-
ceipt.
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Asat. Vico Proa.. Mrs. Myrtic-
Wilcex. Miss Qraco Torna. o>
Miss Edith Lodford will giv
you a folder which sxplsin
this special checking service
THIRD FLOOR
This same friendly service >
available at The Little Riv
Bank and Trust Comp*'
snd The Coral Gables Pn
National Bank.
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of Miami
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May W Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Jewry Everywhere
VIKING HOTEL
and
OCEAN SIDE HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH
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I
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
PAN-AMERICAN
CHEMICAL CO.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
334 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
Miami, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patroni
H. C. Wilcox Garage
Ph. 3-9166 2901 N. W. 2nd Av.
Upholstering
Sincere Passover Greetings
AUGUST STUDIO
OF INTERIOR DECORATNG
PHONE 5 ".024
Exclusive Drapery Work
and Slip Covert
1230 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
IS TH JUJ fl DESIRRBL SUBJECT fOR THE fTlOVIES?
By HELEN ZIGMOND
Copyright, 1945, Jewisl Tele,
IncJ
We received a letter I
day from a former European
journalist. He had written a story
with .i Jewish background which
he wished to :" ult0 a
movie.
-How astonished I was.
laments, -when I was told
lot of people that for the
being a Jewish film woul
find a release in tl
that none i
oven thosi

picture in thi ir '
such .. fihi could f be
in a
would return only
'
We have heard I
before. I- u true? I I
Isn't a Jewish subject just
Pei
pooi bi x-offici. Yet thei
apparent retio i
olic themes, "Boys T< wn,
of Bernadette." "Going My W
wt r< tremendous hits, The I
olic ilso a minority rhi
answi fore is that these
pictures had universal ai |
. then, isn't a Jewish back-
ground adaptable to a stop i I
general human interest? !
we pounce on the producers, let s
thumb through the pages ot film
history.
Old Jewish Films
Way back in 1920 we discover
"Humoresque, the Fannie Hurst
story which brought Vera Gordon
from the London stage to her
first Hollywood movie. The au-
thor wanted Miss Gordon to play-
Mama Cantor. How did the public
accept this jc ,i;,;';l*
-hew it v... one hhits
..i its time.
A little later we followed the
and the Ki ; ""
\ a, from
... a nd. iron.
; a series
up perenniaiij
133. G Sidney
Vi ra Goi irried the
er for tl ,.:d
like 1! II'1-
GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and
Friends
CLYDE R. MARKLEY
2900 S. W. Eighth Street
PHONE 4.5951
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GERRY'S TROPIC
BAR
AND
SANDWICH
SHOP
235 COLLINS AVENUE
BEST WISHES
ior
A HAPPY
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and
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PURE OIL COMPANY
PRODUCTS
Pure-Pep
GASOLINE
IICHTEH'S
JEWELRY CO.. Inc.
160 E. FLAGLER STREET
Phone 3-2187
aftei
wa. discontinui I,
[uests to
In 1925 Rud
t on the /
!, II
II
I '
after
was
: to Hollywood cellti
It wa ough.
.. up the u
vci ion.
"Ko
Kitty Kelly." "Th Ten C
Tl venom of anti-Semitism
that Adolf S
.1 through the world offered
a challenge to every producer
who writhed at the brutal lies
and heinous crimes. Chaplin s
-Dictator"' was the first to strike
back at this diabolic sadism. A
number nf anti-Nazi pictures fol-
lowed, but the fir I to mention
tin Jews directly and candidly
was "None Shall Escape" pro-
duced by Columbia studio. It
was a depiction of the effect of
Nazi ideology alter the war.
Though no big names emblazoned
it on the marquee, it proved a
strong box-oflico attraction.
To immunize against some of
this hate virus, Warners brought
forth, as nni of their patriotic
shorts. "Sons of Liberty." the
story of Chaim Salomon. It was
u idely distributed was eager-
ught after by schools and
other cultural groups earned
much prestige for its makers.
Producer Lester Cowan has
produced the anti-Nazi play, "To-
morrow- the World." He did not
gloss over the Jewish aspects of
the story; he is not afraid to let
the screen tell the world about
the Jew and the hate that means
to crush him.
Forthcoming productions now
in preparation include Goldwyn's
"Earth and High Heaven'' which
concerns itself with the problem
of intermarriage between Jew
and Gentile. It will no doubt be
controversial, but a frank airing
of the subject.
And Warners wil soon put into
work the story of the four chap-
lains, thai heroic sacrifice of the
| Rabin, the Catholic priest, and
the two Protestant ministers who.
in giving up their life-belts, gave
their lives to save lour soldiers
from then sinking ship.
Can it be said then that pro-
ducers are afraid of Jewish
themes0 Or do they merely feel
that they should not be overem-
phasized? Box-office receipts, we
note, are no drawback. Perhaps
oft-times producers are fearful
lest they be accused of using the
screen for Jewish "propaganda."
Wi tried to ask these questions
,.l -ome producersour own co-
religionists. But here we came
up against adamant silencethe
subject is positively taboo. They
will make Jewish films now and
then, but they will not discuss it.
lh. do nol present them to the
public with a fanfare: "Here.
folk-' Here is a Jewish story!
Wi re not afraid to depict Jews
on the screen' Rather they allow
the public to find out for itself.
In this unobtrusive manner "Mrs.
Skeffington" treated with the
problems ol the Jew in his Gen-
. nvironment.
The charges against the pro-
ducer.- are not, therefore, wholly
true. Such pronouncements by
very nature are only corn-
To the average Chris-
tian mind, which worries little,
if at all, about the persecution of
the Jew. it would appear that the
: receives sufficient prom-
To the Jewwho is un-
ngly shattered by hate and
prejudiceit would seem that
the movie- are negligenteven
indifferentto his torments. To
the producer the Jew is probably
as desirable a subject as any
otherbut he can give him only
that minor place to which his
numbers in the total population
accord him.
^f!pon buyng WaTiJoJ
Morit, m. trucker anTrTTr"
drucker'"'
ORIGINAL JEWEui
WISH ALL THEIR r^cl
A HAPPy PASSOV D$
10M Wa,h,ng,on ,
PHONE 5-3774 '
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INSURANCE CO. Or
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FLA. GEN. AGT.
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Coial Gables, Florida
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POULTRY and EGGS
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Fresh Killed Poultry
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Poultry & Egg Co.
1335 N W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-602S
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56 S. W. 1st STREET
PHONE 2-1741
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S. M. PERKINS
515 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONE 3 4884
A HAPPY PASSOVER
T. E. BRAUN
PIANOS
PIANOS BOUGHT and SOLD
2380 N. W. Seventh Street
PHONE 4-5965
The Makers of That Good
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and Distributors of
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(Incorporated)
PHONE 3-8655
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Baggage Company
1545 Alton Road
PHONES
5-3411 5-3131
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EQUIPMENT CO.
926 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-4872
T
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
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PASSOVER
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HOSPITAL
3151 Coconut Grov Dr.
CORAL GABLES
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Distributor
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MIAMI BEACH
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SEROTA PLUMBING CO.
Installations Maintenance Heating Repa"*
Prompt Service
739 5th, St., Miami Beach phone
58-2585
MIAMI
PHONE 2-9839
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1035 Collins Ati. Phone 5-9S5*
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MARCH
30. 1945
+Jmi$ti fkridUcMin
PAGE TWENTY-FIVE
OUT OF THE
HOUSE OF
AND A REMNANT SHALL RETURN
Passover finds millions of our people on the
threshold of deliverance. They wait and pray
for liberation to free them from the horrors of
more than a decade of oppression. Decisive
war developments fill us with hope that this will
be the last Passover which so many of our
people will celebrate in an environment of
sorrow and darkness. But mass deportation and
death threaten to overtake large numbers be-
fore victory comes. The spirit of hope and the
faith of the Jews of Europe can be sustained
and strengthened through your support of the
1945 United Life Saving drive of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. As in the days of the
Pharaohs, when the Children of Israel were
brought out of bondage into Palestine, so to-
day the homeless Jews must be helped to find
new life in the Jewish homeland. The "out-
stretched hand" of American Jewry is snatch-
ing many thousands of men, women and chil-
dren from the vortex of war and destruction,
saving them for a happier future.
GIVE ONCE
For All 63 Vital
Jewish Appeals
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PASSOVER
GREETINGS
DR. AND MRS.
EDWARD ROTH
AND FAMILY
tact ravin
G.or Executive Director A.D.I-
Considering the many discour;
aglg and disl.Parlen.n. matters
which trow my busy des-k daily,
several bicidenta have MM.to
mv attention recently wlnttwra
renewed my optimism and fai li.
These incidents particularly le-
volve around some of our fine
Chiistian neighbors who. Witt
tremendous courage, are Willing
to jeopardize their positions and
fight the battle for minority
^One'such individual is Kendall
Weisiger who. for the put
years has been an important of-
ficial in the Southern Bell tele-
phone and Telegraph Company,
and who retire, only two ween
ago to become treasurer of Ogle-
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
J. Holden Beckwith
lock Holden Beckwith
Exodoniala
Ingrahom Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
GEORGE LANGBR
THE Slid.
COMPANY
NOT INCORPORATED
110* West Flegler Street
PfcMMei I 3I11-J-3MS
Extenea le All Hie JewUh
Friend* ind PatroM
PASSOVER GREETINGS

PA3SOVER GREETINGS
AGNES I. EASON
REAL ESTATE
NOTARY PUBLIC
let E.it First At*. Ph. 1-7.221
HIALEAH
A NAPPY
PASSOVER
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
C APT.
[AMES
E .
SCOTT
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Antilla Hotel
CORAL GA.LE8
H. ANGEL
*ntf
PHBL FELDSTEIN
ANO **ociATEt or
G. M. A. CLUB
exr*.-.3 aRCRTiNa*
ra ALL
lie S e FIAST STREET
,ho,Ve University in AH.nli. Gs.
: Mr. Weitifer has writtenebook
he. -ailed Background to Bio
! .herhood- which .s as rt. ong a
ulna as we have seen tot under
. ,.,-ous indiv-duals who haveM ,
tomewtthtothepeetfewween
to extend their assurances ot rood
will A^w0^ourke.m.nerl
of the Urmey Hotel, and Jack.
Breemeno^eIWeCou^J
reeve Council and the American
egiun. are two outstanding Mi-
ami "itiretw who have ever been
""dy to fight for a belter world.
' The Reverend Joseph J. BsrUl
another individual of fine, ideate
and high vision who ieewr ready
i.i hack these ideals with force
r/actnonbehaHofalltheo^
pressed peoples of the ear*. He
recently delivered aamon on
his radio program OB WTTlj W
"he subject of Anti-Semitism
which was one oMhe most force-
ful addresses of this type to which
I have ever had the pleasure of
' There are, of course, many
others whom space does not per-
mit me to mention. It ja*aj
fitting to remember at this, tne
Passover season-an historic sea-
son of hope aud deliverance foi
the Jewsthat there are so many
Weiligen, O'Rourkes. Krnemans,
and Joe Barths who ate ready.
..ot only to help us pass through
the Red Sea. but also, to align
their spears with ua in on. fight
against the Pagan enemy.
First For Freedom
(Continued from Page IS)
letter*', a member of bVjUM B"nth,
Whe died at Pearl Havbo..
First American flag planted in
ihe city of Algiers at the start
of the North African invasion was
carried by Corp. Hyman I.
Shakin of New York.
First soldier from Delaware
killed in war was Sgt Hauy
Fineman of Wilmington. Del.,
who died in Ihe defense of Cor-
legidor.
First war casualty among mem-
bership of the American Bar As-
sociation was Ensign Robert L.
Leopold of Louisville, Ky.. who
died at Pearl Harbor.
Pint Japanese battleship gunk
in the war was the Haruna. sent
to the bottom by plane piloted
by Capt. Colin Kelly whose bom-
bardier was Sgt. Meyer Levin.
First man from Connecticut
lo be killed in the war was Ken-
neth H. Messenger of Bridgeport,
.vho died in the Philippine*.
Pint Gold Star Mother of
World War II was Mrs. Ger-
ude Kram of New York whose
on, Seaman Leonard Kram, was
killed in action at sea.
First American soldier brought
home for burial on American soil
wai U. S. Marine Sergeant Her-
bert Keilson of Long Island, who
was killed in the raid on the
Gilbert and Marshall Islands.
First two war deaths from
Philadelphia were Private Jack
Feldman an alumnus of AZA.
and Corp Theodore J. Lewis,
both of whom gave up their
lives at Pearl Harbor.
First alumnus of City College
killed in the war was Lt. Monroe
Franklin of New York who died
in the Philippines.
First American soldier to land
on Australian soil with the Amer-
ican Expeditionary Force wai
Private Ernest Yurman of Brook-
lyn.
Final American soldier to die
on the Australian front was Lt.
Milton Kaslow of Brooklyn.
Fust boy from Newark, N. J., to
lose his life in the war was Pri-
vate Louis Schleifer who was
killed at Pearl Harbor.
First casualty from Hudson
County. N. J.. was Private Joseph
Guttman. Union City, N. J., Who
was killed in the early fighting
in the Philippines.
Fust man from 'New Bruns-
wick, N. J. to die in the war Was
Corp, Carl Schwartz, killed in
the Philippines.
First war casualty from Hazle
ton. P, WM s
alumnus of AZA .u "*'
in the Southwest Ml
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raid L. K. Smith and the Veterans
By ARCHIE H. GREENBERG
National Commander, J.wiih War Veterans
yarning t
thenwelvea
Iwh
Americans to
against rack-
lo "oVk.o exploit the.e-
5w. for the.r own
,-notices is sounded n
J issue of -Reader
pus .
urrent issue
an alert
by
Reader
reporter
Muller. He tells
WpIv ill Munei. "='."-
^Gerald L. K. Smith
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[34MS. W. 8th Straat
phoni 48-1011
Lehia FLOWER SHOP
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and his man Friday, George Vose,
through whon the Detroit rabble
rouser seeks to organize the "Na-
tionalist Veterans of World War
II as a veterans affiliate of his
America First Party.
Voseso Muller tells usis
busily travelling through the
country setting up "central com-
mittees of seven ex-styviremen
in every city where he can find
i seven unsuspecting veterans from
I among the thousands now com-
! ing out of the aimed forces." A
' dishonorably discharged veteran
I dismissed following "attempted
I erribezzlement," Vose attempts to
! set up an organization that can
{ be used by such fascists as Smith
I to further their post war plans.
Muller tells us that Smith
and other fascist would be lead-
ersuse "the issue of mustering
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out pay as a snare for the service- !
men. They make "irresponsible |
promises" that have "no basis in '
reality," says Muller. "They are
economic fallacies. They are not
recognizable objectives (such as
the Gl Bill of Rights) and are
put forward obviously for pur-
poses other than safeguarding the
interests of returning soldier.-.
It is the classic technique of the
demagogue to promise large sums
of the government's money at
some future date while he takes
in the money of the unsuspecting
for his own account now."
The "Reader's Scope" article
presents a problem that is worry-
ing all responsible veteran lead-
erswhether they be connected
with the American Legion, the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, the
Disabled American Veterans, the
Jewish Veterans or other recog-
nized and reputable groups. It is
within the realm of probability
that hundreds of veteran organ-
izations will mushroom from the
minds of racketeering seeking to
exploit the veteran.
It is well to be wary of the new
veteran organizations that make
promises impossible of achieve-
ment; it is important that the
sponsorship of these new groups
be examined to see that their
leadership is not fascist, rack-
eteering or inept. The JWV
like other reputable veteran or- \
ganizations compiles accurate
information on the new organiza-
tions that spring up. Some are.
of course, legitimate expressions I
of the will of World War II vet- I
erans to organize for comraderie '
and mutual benefit. In case of 1
doubt, readers are advised to |
check with the office of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, 276 Fifth Ave., \
New York. We shall be happy to \
give you the facts on any and all
veterans groups.
No one seeks to deny to any j
group of veterans their rights of
organization, but all Americans
should be zealous in protecting
the returned soldier from the
charlatan or racketeer, the man
who seeks to fleece the veteran
of cashor even more important
of the fruits of victory, the
right to live in a democracy.
Smith and his Nationalist Vet-
erans of World War IIfor ex-
ampleare an out and out fascist
organization that would, if it
couldwreck post war interna-
tional security on the shoals of
its alleged "America First" na-
tionalism. Smith, as is well
known, has attracted the leading
anti-Semities to his cause. He is
a skillful promoter, a highly
demagogic speaker, and a threat
to the well being of our American
democracy. He should notand
must notbe allowed to make in-
roads into the ranks of unsuspect-
ing returned veterans: neither
should any other person suspect-
ed of fascism, anti-Semitism 01
plain racketeering. You will be
perlorming a valuable service by
reporting any such incipient or-
ganisations in your community to
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, the widely recog-
nized fortv-nine year old repre-
sentative of American Jewry in
the field of veterans organiza-
tions. We. along with the Ameri-
can Legion, the VFW and other
groups, are dedicated to the pre-
servation of veterans orgamzu-
lions on a high plane whereby
they can be .if utmost usefulness
to the individual veterans and to
the country at large.
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vjenisl fkradidin___ _
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(Continued from Pagi
21
the fact that groups thai broke
away from the main body oi
Jewry in early Bib heal times,
Cand thus have not been influ-
enced by later developmen s m
the tradition) observe sharplj an-
terent ceremonies.
The Samaritans, tor exan
are a group that has not c<
into contact with posj
Jewry, and so they still observe,
Passover as n was ol si rved tnree
thousand years ago. Every year
the Samaritans gathei on Mount
Gerizim dressed in white flowing
robes, and sacrifice the Paschal
I
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AND
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Phone 4-2201
Warehouse: 1159 N. W. 22nd Street
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Lamb acCording to the ancient
lra#e,0Falashas.orBlackJewsof|
Ethiopia, also observe sacrifices
l0 tug day. Then faith is based
,, an Ethiopian translation ol ttu
Bible, and their festivals are
limited to those described in Ui
i,\, bi oks ol Moses.
Som ol the mosl remarkable
traditions survived, or perhaps
developed, in the Caucasus, rne
men .sit on the ground during me
,1 in their best, i
with a spear or pistol at tin ir
side During the Seder, a dramat-
: is fully acted OUt.
One ol the young men disguises
himself as a weary traveler by
donning rags or dusty sandals and
around to the front door.
After knocking and being ad-
mitted, lie pretends to have come
from Jerusalem and answers their
questions a! out the holy p
there. He ends by reassuring them l
Messiah will appear
soon.
Another interc I ng custom is |
practiced by the Ji i I Moroc
go out to a stream on
iver, and strike the w
some reeds. This symbolizes
the splitting of the Rod Sea
Mosl "i these unusual cere-
monies are observed logethei
with those others whom familiar-
I prosaic, In tin m-
selves, however, our familiar
customs arc just as charged with
meaning and every bit as color-
ful,although they arc so well
known as t.> need little explana-
tion.
The Mat/us arc eaten to sym-
ite with which the
Jew- lefl Egypt So pressed lor
tune were they that they could
not bake the bread properly, and
i to content themselves with
unleavened bn ad. The four
glasses of wine is symbolical of
the four-fold pron e ol redemp-
tion. The pillows upon which the
master ol the house leans ma-
dly symbolize freedom, for
li isurely eating was, in ancient
times, the mark of a free man.
This is in contrast to the standing
position that the slave assumes
while eating.
But Passover, despite the rich
variety and meaning of its sym-
. is not contained by them.
Pa sover is mure than the sum
total of its ceremonial objects
and their meanings, The holiday
is itsell a symbol to the classical
Jewish mind.
Passover is a profound reaf-
firmation of the freedom princi-
ple. The 'Seder* is God's living
premise to redeem the Jew from
ins present bondage as his an-
redeemed from
Egypt.
Aim [father seats
himself at the head of the table,
AY; MARCH 3o,j
sighing contentedly as he leans brew of the othor
, on his pillow: as his grand- the ancient idea ,',y?u t*l
son's voice is raised in a childish the promise nf \,\ '***
treble, both in the practiced chant more affirmed in ,p,i,l
0| the one and the halting He-! mony. classic j
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3130 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 7-5133
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PHONE 2-1751
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PHONE 3-0844
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from
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Miami
PHONE 3-3159
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PAGE TWENTY-NINE
Ipassover.. .the Origin of Democracy
By DR. SAMUEL BELKIN
(President of Yeshiva and Yeshiva College)
,0plo associates the es-
KS which caused lteeom-
ZZbvim ",d n0 sooner
K.^voreeit8eUS
lie phUosophy upon which
L ^,!ion rest, 1hcn it im-
fcShf causes .Is own disin-
i.!n and self-annihilation.
Ctrihutions that we as Jews
KHe world, and the
ie words of .he Torah have
fvl been the main guides of
ffi,,.< The origin of our na-
Bwirest however, upon
BSirep...'.d words in the
Kjam "' 'llldft)h,y ?'dA
[brought Hi"' out of the land
Vvnt In these fow words.are
GS'up our entire reliRious
E5hv. II is through the be-
lfnpa spiritual and godly
emancipation that Israel became
united as a nation. Our concept
of G-d is revealed not in philoso-
phical speculations but in human
experience, in the protest against
slavery and human oppression.
Judaism is based upon thc funda-
mental concept that our national
and individual lives can continue
to function properly as long as
we believe in the dignity of every
individual, in thc inviolability,
the sacredness of each human be-
ing. Passover symbolizes our be-
lief that human freedom and the
infinite worth.of the individual,
which is the essence of demo-
cracy, are not mere political
theories but profound religious
truths upon which the entire
structure of Judaism is based.
Upon the divine words. "I am
the Lord thy G-d who brought
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COFFEES and TEAS
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thee out of Egypt," is based the
entire spiritual and religious phil-
osophy of Israel.
The American concept of dem-
ocracy is indeed deeply rooted in
the religious and spiritual demo-
cracy of historic Judaism. A call
to a renewed loyalty to our
democracy, expressed in the sim-
ple words of the Declaration of
Independence, is an echo of the
louder call for loyalty to the'
fundamental principles embodied '
in our Torah. The more loyal and !
devoted we are to the tenets of j
thc Torah the greater will be our
contribution to our American
democracy We American Jewry
who enjoy political and intel-
lectual freedom must assume the
final defense and ultimate vin- ]
dication ut our people, and spirit-
ual history. We who have not ex-
perienced the degradation of the
modern Egyptian bondage, but I
have enjoyed true citizenship of
a great democracy must make our
beloved United States the center
of a resurrection of all the lolly
ideals which were transmitted to;
us from generation to generation.
and upon which the true con- |
cepts of democracy arc based.
Passover, with its teaching of:
spiritual and physical freedom,'.
is today, as never before, the |
symbol of inspiration for free
dom-loving people, and for all
the enslaved nations of thc world.
If, however, after this tragic war
a society will be re-established i
in which human beings will hesi- |
tatc to kill one another because
they will fear one another, hum-
an civilization will be crushed
again by the same machinery of
wickedness If at the Peace Con-
ference, big nations will be re-
stored to their former glory, small
nations to their former status,
but the Jews will once more re-
main the step-children of Euro-
pean tyranny, and Jewish aspira-
tion in Palestine will be ignored;
if among us will remain indi-
viduals who will preach hatred
against this or that minority and
foment trouble between groups
and classes, then democracy will
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PHONE 3-4292
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fail to accomplish its spiritual
and moral purpose. Thc famous
Liberty Bell contains the Biblical
inscription: "Proclaim liberty:
throughout thy land unto all the
inhabitants thereof." Mind you.
the Torah does not say merely to
proclaim liberty to the enslaved '
and the oppressed but to all thc
inhabitants, for as long as slavery
and oppression exist then there
cannot be any liberty to thc en-
tire population, to the entire
world. As long as small groups,
and minorities will be oppressed,
the world in its entirety will not
experience a genuine sense of
liberty and freedom. Democracy
to us sh.iuld mean the aggrega-
tion of individuals and nations
banded together not only for the
sake of demanding their own
rights and privileges but also for
the sake of extending justice to
all the persecuted, and oppressed
and enslaved people of thc world.
Only then will the symbol of
Passover become a living reality.
We must bear in mind that
there cannot exist a political
democracy without spiritual free-
dom and that the general process
of social evolution must be di-
rected from within by spiritual
forces. We are witnessing today
not only social and political crisis,
but a crisis in moral and spiritual
values, a crisis in the interpreta-
tion of 'he genuine significance
of real democracy. Victory will
be of temporary benefit to us if
in the process of attaining it we
shall lose the perspective of the
things for which we are fighting,
namely, a spiritual democracy
symbolized by Passover which is
based upon the sacred worth of
the individual and sovereignty of
G-d. This spiritual and religious
interpretation of democracy is the
fundamental repudiation of the
Nazi philosophy that man is a
mere beast, that the stronger has
the right to oppress the weak' r,
and that the majority may subdue
the minority.
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tells you you can get a better price and a more desirable tenant if you
have a really attractive room or apartment to offer. We shall Be glad
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ELIJAH vs MOSES
Bv RABBI LEON SPIT/.
It is one of those inexplicable! on a vmon ?* f",l,fte
things in Jewish religious sym- tion. Mf^le'SH
holism that the Prophet Elijah! past is dead and bunco, m> on
and not Moishe Rabbenu is the: no longer ttve. *****
guest of honor ai the Passover.realistic: people Is ae envisions
Seder : Messiah of the tutuie.
Moses remains both in our, And i. is Elijah the prophet to
liturgy and on, folklore the per- whom In; ^J% "S
ennial "hero" of the Pesach. committed the biased *** <"
drama, but he relinquishes the serving as he AMU *
seal Of honor a, the family Seder: good tidings "W"*"
table to Elijah. I Great Trumpet and will annoitnte
I is to welcome Elijah .hat we (the Mttlri he Ms.ah.
.pen the door wide open when Seder Night is e U}' Shun
wV reach the dessert stage at the urim. Israels night watih. U*
S,-der banquet. The tallest, the then that we untte^In .*5
most beautiful silver goblet is cry Leshono habo kWj
filled for Elijah, the traditional laymV -next year in {***
guest at the Pech feast. It ii It is at the Seder taWe gat
not Moses who presided at the are "conditioned to recewe ine
Birth of the Nation who is offered glad tidings of a K^ff1. ij
the royal toast, but BUjah. come. A reword is MhUrdue
The answer-to employ this; to the messenger-a gesture 01
Rabbi's exegisis-may reside in, hospitality, an c''^"*"
.he following thought toast to freedom. Elijah ha i cat n
Moses is the hero of yesterday, ed the open door and wine cup
Elijah of tomorrow. Moses struck; filled to the very brim,
out for freedom thousands of j Children do ask. U Brisk vMW
yean ago and Ilia, freedom from'our home In person wW tnen
Egyptian bonda*.- we have al- don't we see him.' This Rabbi
ready lost some iftOO yeais ago. has a! ays answered with simp
It has been retained as a thrilling est logic: -Because he must WSH
memory. at in the short space of a Mwh
But the Jew who has lived for; hour several million Jewisti
nineteen centuries in Goluth has' homes, iie can tarry but an in-
ever turned his face towards the | finitessimal second not OUgn
future We have se. our hearts for the human eye to catchsigm
f in each and every Jewish
home." .
'Why." children persist does
he drink so little of the Pes-ch
,-up, so that one might suspect
he has not tasted at all of the
wine?" Again, the answer:
the Pesach guest must drink from
perhaps three million cups, surely
he must exercise vigilant care o
taste only a very, very minute
drop from each cup held out to
him in each and every one of
these millions of Jewish homes.
The legendary charm, the child-
like naivete of the Prophetic Visit
are so refreshing delicious.
Coupled with the lofty theme
tliev constitute the One Perfect
Moment of the Passover Seder.
There is still another interpreta-
tion that should be taken into
consideration to account for
Elijah's priority at the Seder. Yes
a definitely sermonic interpret-
ation. _,. ,. ,
It is the last of the Biblical
prophetsMalachi in' his very
last prophetic chapterwho of-
fers this: ,.. .
"Behold I will send you Elijah
the Diophet before the coming
of the great and terrible day of
the Lord. And he shall turn the
heart of the fathers to the chil-
dren, and the heart of the chil-
dren to their fathers."
Yes. there are two factors
which condition Israel'* national
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of every Jew the father, mother
and the children must be united
in their hearts and in their souls
in order to cherish and to en-
vision the ideal of Jewish Re-
Emancipation, and to strive for
it. and to fulfill it.
It is, therefore, in the Jewish
familv circle seated about the
march j
Freedom-Banquet
Night that Elij,| I
role which J?wih'iyeps
"L*ned to htaT.SS'
^ra-srtjjSi
another." hlldrs'
Moses restt on hi. 1.
glorious Prophe"11Vt
Elijah waken, Jew, JL
stirs Jewish hope, Z ffl
Tomorrow. Jewry V*'
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ita immediate ana ^
need j, for ,h
Elijah bring* us tod.?
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*Je*HlfkridpJL
IT BEGAN IN
EGYPT
(Continued from Page 17)
ern world of thought are Ein-
stein, Freud, and Marx. We may
differ with one or all of those
but the fact remains that tney
ore the most powerful mouldcis
of the thinking of our gener-
ation.
whose influence would be world A *ti!j?k hyWsame fact
wide? They held new concep- \.w ( s,,,.ms de-
tions of God and of human be- "< '* ', ()f the pic.
haviour-their fadl\,Mr S-t so snulaiod and lost
had taught it to them Did they ""* ,.,, somehowdrags
dream that some ot those ideas r*?*^?X"enter of the pic-
would be taken over by two re-: m int0 tne
ligions which were to become ture. M-iH of the
world wide. Christianity and Consider the per od of ne
Mohammedanism? Reformation. At that me. tne
Could they have dreamed .hat ^%gmA Cd 3S be-
their descendants were to go "n*. 1n fc Tht,v
wandering over the face of the come res m-c a
universe to be oppressed as no weninn rf ,hrough
people have been oppressed, t0 '.'" no,,' c,,u, ;,, ,.,, Chu
iuffer a thousand dea.hs-and them the pi m Hie ChU ^
a thousand resurrections.' V ..n i iwherine in the
Yes. it is really remarkable Protestant, and ushenng in
when one considers all that was modern age. comes .iboit.
begun in Egypt. We know the: A little insignificant mud. m
terrible tragedy of the Jew- touches it off. An opostate Jewish
and it is right therefore that buteher. Pfefferkorn. becomesthe
sometimes we. should think of tool of some Dominicans wno
the other side of the picture wish to burn the ra'mua. *ne
the glory of being a Jew. matter is referred to the Mimea
Yes, we have glory. Our glory scholar ^SFMS
is to go on benefiting the peo- poses the burmng^The matter a*
pie who damn us. We are not comes a strong churchHWOH
a destroying people. We would those who line up to he TImud
like, especially today, to count attack tne corruptions of the
some great military leaders church Reuchlin and Erasmus
among us but we do not ha\e pave the way tor butner.
such leaders of the first rank. In the present world crisis,
But look about in the world of Hitler has tried to present the
thought. The three foremost Jew as the force he is really
influences, perhaps, in the mod- fighting. In using the Jewish is-
sue, Hitler is. of curse seeking
to confuse the world a large. He
knows that really he Jew.was a
very minor sort oMhmg in Ger-
many. He has said that if m
wanted to wink at them, they
would all have followed nim-
; but he didn't want tlu,n In any
event it would have been no
frkk for Hitler to have expelled
the Jews from Germany.
But to Hitler, the Jew is a so> a
synonym for democracy-for al
ileas of the social weWare of
the common men. It would be
ridiculous, of course, for Jews to
claim to have any monopoU on
these thingsand yet the Jew
has unquestionably been a lead-
ing force in these matters.
The Jew. said S.hnitzler. "is a
universal ferment." Perhaps tie
Bible said it best: "Inyou shall
the world he blest. 1 hose shep-
herds and bricklayers who went
forth from Egypt could not dream
of all these thingscould not
dream of the bitterness which
would be their offsprings por-
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