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# 'Jewish meridian VOLME 14 No.—23 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS JEWS OF IE ACTIVE PART In response to the plea of the j Defense Council of Dade County for the registering for volunteer service of i very man, woman and child in Dade County, nearly every Jewish organization is] taking an active part in this work. Many organizations have taken it upon themselves to see to it that all their members and their families register. Others have provided volunteer workers at the registration places, and in many instances individuals are giving much, if not all of their time to this important defense task. Manning of registration places in public schools is being co-ordinated by Mrs, Sidney L. Wcintraub as chairman of the division of home and community services of the Defense Council. The organization for this work had to be set up in a short time, with the result that during the first few days of the registration period there were a number of rough places that have since been eliminated. The registration places will close Friday night. This means that all persons who have not turned in their registration forms by that time will have to take them to defense headquarters in the Ingraham building, rather than using the nearest school, fire house or police station. ITALIANS ARREST 1.000 JEWS IN NEW ANTI-JEWISH DRIVE Zurich (WNS—The Italian government launched its new anti-Jewish drive with the arrest of 1.000 Italian Jews as "undesirables" and suspected British agents, it was reliably reported here. The Jews were rounded up by Italian police and taken into "protective custody." Although police authorities refused to divulge the identity of the Jews seized in the coun try-wide raids, it was believed that many prominent Jewish leaders were among them. OFFICERS ELECTED FOB FEDERATION IT RECENT MEET DR. MAX REFUGEE POLKA. FAMOUS LAWYER, KILLED I M H, A. HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION BRUTALITY S FRIENDS Istanbul (WNS)—Nazi acts of brutality against both Serbs and Jews in Yugoslavia have brought Aether the two peoples in an unbreakable friendship which stand today as the sole beacon M hope i n u country filled with repression and horror, refugees arriving here from Nazi-occupied countries report. Although the Serbs always demonstrated their friendliness "wards Jews, never before has were existed such a close bond Between Serbs and Jews, the refrrj sa 'dciting as an example !" fact that Serbian women, in defiance of Nazi orders, steal out LI s x cial labo camps for *wa and bring f ood to the half starved inmates. While a strictly gd th Sorbs whQ alinu, K, r food and clothing Jwancs than do Jews shar 5S.K with thcir Jcwish Mold of many cases where helped Jewish shopOne of the largest meetings ever held took place at the "Y" last Wednesday evening when the Annual Election of officers took place. Murry Grossman was unanimously elected president for the ensuing year. The following officers were duly elected to office in addition to Mr. Grossman: vice-president. Joseph A. Berman; secretary. Fred K Shochet; treasurer, Nat Blnmberg: directors for three years. George Goldberg. Philip Berkowitz and Dr. Samuel Bockman; director for two years. Jack Apte: directors for one year. Leo Ackerman, Al Berkowitz. George Chcrtkof. Larry Grossberg, Al Reisman, Frank Rose, Al Rosenield, Harry Schwartz. Sam Seitlin, Pete Silvcrman. A. J Tobin, Herman Waitsman. Dr. Samuel Beckman. presided during the regular business meeting at which time the annual report of Maurice Grossman, executive director, was heard. Leo Ackerman presided over the election and Isaac Levin, Milton Friedman and Leon Lieberman served as tellers. At the annual meeting of the directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation held last Thursday evening at Temple Israel election oi officers for the coming year was held. Rabbi Max Shapiro as chairman of the nominating committee, rendered his report. Stanley C. Myers. first and only president of the Federation smce its inception. was elected president emeritus with a proviso that he will be the sole individual to hold that honor during his lifetime. A resolution was also passed to tender him a testimonial dinner and the presentation of a plaque suitably en1 graved. Election of officers saw Benjamin E Bronston named as president; Day J. Apte. Sam Blank. | Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Jacob Sher. Elry Stone, vice presidents; Albert E. Berkeley, secretary J. Gerald Lewis, treasurer; Monte Selig, assistant treasurer. An amendment to the by-laws created the office of chairman of the board of directors who will also act as chairman of the executive committee. Stanley C. Myers was elected to the newly created post. On the executive Jerusalem (WNS)—Dr. Max Polka. 45-year-old refugee lawyer who received an award from an American university in 1940 for his book. "My Life in Germany Before and After Hitler's Accession," was killed in action in the western desert, it was reported here. Dr. Polka, who enlisted with the British forces, was killed during a Nazi bombardment. A former member of the Breslau Jewish community board, he left a widow and three children. PERSECUTE JEWS (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) uRITfllTrlORS NEW ARAB STATES MINISTER RUMANIA OF ECONOMY RESIGNS Lisbon (W N Si-—A sensation was caused in Rumanian political circles when Gheorghe Potopeanu resigned from his post as secretary of State for National Economy because of his opposition to the anti-Jewish laws, it was reported here. Potopeanu was quoLondon (W N SI—The British government will support the establishment of a federation of Arab States after the war. Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden disclosed in an address before .1 prominent gathering at the ... Mansion House. '" Eden's address stirred wide POST speculation in Jewish circles here 'since the creation of an Arab federation will enevitably affect Palestine. It was pointed out in authoritative circles. however. that Palestine is a mandated territory and consequently must be dealt with separately. It was believed in some quarGeneva (WNS) — Intensification of the anti-Jewish campaign in Nazi-occupied Belgium was hailed by the government-controlled press and radio which warned the population to boycott Jewish-owned shops and buy from "Aryans" only, it was learned here. At the same time, the Nazi puss demanded that the few remaining Jewish shops in Belgium be compelled to display in their windows a "mogen david" for the protection of "Aryan" customers. Members of the Belgium Nazi party have resumed their picketing activities against Jewish-owned enterprises, shouting threat of violence at would-be customers. Meanwhile, it was announced that the registration of all Jewish-owned property in Belgium had been completed. Diplomatic circles here believed that the Nazis, following the procedure used in other occupied countries, would shortly announce the wholesale confiscation of Jewish wi aith and the "Aryanization" of Jewish enterprises throughout Belgium. Ul ARD NAMES TO DIRECTORS FOR REFUGEE SERVICE New York (WNS)—Reflecting ever-widening community interest in the American refugee program, 40 additional directors representing 22 communities were named to the Board of the National Refugee Service at its annual meeting here. The meeting was attended by 150 leaders in Jewish community life from all sections of the country. The all-day session was also the occasion for introducing Prof. Albert Abrahamson, who will become director of the NRS on July 1st. At a general session, community representatives engaged in a frank discussion of the agency's fiscal problems and their relation to the needs of refugees in America. David Hays Sulzberger. chairman of the executive committee, presided at the session. Reports by William Rosenwald, president, Arthur D. Greenleigh, acting executive director, Richard P. Limburg, treasurer, and I. Edwin Goldwasser, chairman 01 the budget committee were approved. "This year the United Jewish Appeal has alloted to the National Refugee Service $2,000,000 to be furnished out of initial sums collected." Mr. Rosenwald reported. "But this represents a sum only large enough to cover partial needs of the work Remember that S3.477.000 were needed to provide minimum NRS services in 1940 ... In January, the board of directors voted a (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) JEWS IN FRANCE APPEAL TO BRITISH, U. S. JEWS FOR AID ted as saying that laws, which eliminated Jews from : Aral) f the woo the Arabs from the Axis countries was intended to food and clothing is rationed, the refugees The economic and political life o country, were ruining Rumania economically. The Economy Minister was reported to have approached pro-Nazi Premier Ion Antonescu on several occasions and appealed for a less stringent application of the anti-Jewi regulations with regard to dustry and commerce. Unable to make any headway with the Premier Potopeanu tendered his resignation. Serb: s ha ETL^i ?*S lhoir stocks fro m an "miiscation. Both Serbs their liv 1 y sa,d endangered hu ted hv h c r cea in p crsons The -7 th( Naz > Gestapo. komiJii R oes rc Prted that the to fSj euerilla bands, sworn W2g new T are increasin *' marrv 1 recru 'ts daily. In travel i 0t Y "8lavia, Nazis by the L grou P s fearing attack "* k m>tajis, they said. MIAMI REFUGEE COMMITTEE TO HOLD IMPORTANT MEET orbit. Jewish circles recalled that Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, declared in B recent address in the United States, that he favored an Arab federation side by side Wth a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine. In his speech clarifying Bntan's war aims. Eden declared: Some days ago I said in the House of Commons that His Ma; Jesty's government had great sympathy with Syrian aspirations for independence. I Should like to repeat that now. But I would go further. The Arab world has made great strides since the settlement was reached the end of the last war and Arab thinkers desire London (WNSi—An appeal for help directed at Jews in Great Britain and the United States from Jews interned in concentration camps in unoccupied France was made here by a number of Jewish refugees who arrived here recently after a long, round-about from unoccupied France. ters that the Foreign Secretary s anti-JewishReferences to closer ties between J< pfugops r( portpd that t!ie Vichy government has agreed to Invitations have been issued for an important meeting of the Miami Refugee Committee to be held at Temple Israel. Thursday at saws i a c s£3s : rw !" *. v reatc wUh regtd to the refugee prob-; grce of un.ty than they now en lem will be the main topic c discussion. ui uii>v %  —— —< --. In reaching out toward this unity they hope for our support. release thousands of Jewish refugees from concentration camps providing they can furnish proof that emigration to other countries has been arranged for them. The Spanish and Portuguee governments, it was said, have signified their intention to issue transit visas to the released refugees. The refugees appealed to Jews in Britain and the U. S. to act speedily. PROFESSOR W. BERENDSOHN IS SUICIDE IN DENMARK Geneva (W N SI—Prof. Walter Berendsohn. prominent German Jewish scholar and foremost authority on modern Scandinavian literature, has committed suicide in Denmark. It was reported here. Prof. Berendsohn, a refugee, attracted considerable attention while lecturing at London and Oxford. FOR JEW SUPPORT Stockholm (WNS)—Clergymen in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands have been appealing to their congregations to contribute foodstuffs and money to aid Jews made penniless by the Nazi-imposed anti-Jewish laws, it was reported here. The "plot" on" the part of the Dutch clergymen to lessen the plight of their Jewish neighbors was uncovered by the pro-Nazi newspaper, National Zeitung. which is published in Amsterdam. Reporting a number of cases where clergymen had secretlyapproached members of their congregations for contributions of food and money, which were turned over to needy Jewish families in the city, the Nazi paper demanded that the Government take vigorous steps against "the enemies of the State." Dr. Arthur Seyss-Inquart. Nazi commissioner in Holland, recently issued decrees forbidding all economic and social contacts between "Aryans" and Jew, and threatened severe reprisals against Netherlanders who manifested expressions of sympathy or friendship towards Jews. The decrees were issued after Netherlanders staged several antiNazi demonstrations in protest against the anti-Jewish regulations. i %  %  I ;



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: PAGE TWO +Jeistnorktiaw FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1941 %  Social Personals • • Clubs • • Organizations Mist Zen* Schwartz Miss Zc-r.a Schwartz, daughter : Mr and Mrs Sam Schwartz of Charlotte, N C, whose marriage to Jei '•' %  inkl' .-on of Mr. an I Mr Sol '•' %  '. inkle of this '.: June I PERSONALS : | S irah Srn net • il for a visit t-, Chicago. • • • Har Id Berk % %  '.£ returned Military Academy iiudies there. • • • 0 ar Rappaport has r'-turned to the city after completing his sturiits at the University of Floi i • • • Morris Wroobel, Dade County d< puty sheriff is recuperating from an operation in the Jackson Memorial Hospital. • • • Abraham Bramson is leaving this week to visit with friends and relatives in Worcester. Mass.. where he will spend the summer. • • • Al and Lloyd Gardner, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardner, have returned from Gainesville and Atlanta where they attended school. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder are now residing at 1513 Monad terrace, Miami Beach, where they will be happy to greet their friends. Herman. Sol. and Howard Blumenkranz. sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Blumenkranz, left Friday for New York where they will spend the summer. • • • Mr. and Mrs. H. Mack and son, Marvin left for Atlanta | where they will attend the graduation of their son and brother Roy at Emory University. • • • Mrs. Nathan Adc-lman left Thursday for Hagerstown. Maryland., to attend the unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of .her brother, the late Joseph Brenner. • • • The wedding of Al Tellef and Miss Bertha Newell will take place Sunday. June 15 at the B
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Miami, Fla
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June 6, 1941

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Began in 1927?
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-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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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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#'Jewish meridian
VOLME 14 No.23
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
JEWS OF
IE ACTIVE PART
In response to the plea of the j
Defense Council of Dade County
for the registering for volunteer
service of i very man, woman and
child in Dade County, nearly
every Jewish organization is]
taking an active part in this
work.
Many organizations have taken
it upon themselves to see to it
that all their members and their
families register. Others have
provided volunteer workers at
the registration places, and in
many instances individuals are
giving much, if not all of their
time to this important defense
task.
Manning of registration places
in public schools is being co-or-
dinated by Mrs, Sidney L. Wcin-
traub as chairman of the division
of home and community services
of the Defense Council. The or-
ganization for this work had to
be set up in a short time, with
the result that during the first
few days of the registration
period there were a number of
rough places that have since been
eliminated.
The registration places will
close Friday night. This means
that all persons who have not
turned in their registration forms
by that time will have to take
them to defense headquarters in
the Ingraham building, rather
than using the nearest school,
fire house or police station.
ITALIANS ARREST 1.000 JEWS
IN NEW ANTI-JEWISH DRIVE
Zurich (WNSThe Italian
government launched its new
anti-Jewish drive with the ar-
rest of 1.000 Italian Jews as
"undesirables" and suspected
British agents, it was reliably
reported here. The Jews were
rounded up by Italian police
and taken into "protective cus-
tody."
Although police authorities
refused to divulge the identity
of the Jews seized in the coun
try-wide raids, it was believed
that many prominent Jewish
leaders were among them.
OFFICERS ELECTED
FOB FEDERATION
IT RECENT MEET
DR. MAX
REFUGEE
POLKA. FAMOUS
LAWYER, KILLED
IM, H, A. HOLDS
ANNUAL ELECTION
BRUTALITY
S FRIENDS
Istanbul (WNS)Nazi acts of
brutality against both Serbs and
Jews in Yugoslavia have brought
Aether the two peoples in an
unbreakable friendship which
stand today as the sole beacon
M hope in u country filled with
repression and horror, refugees
arriving here from Nazi-occupied
countries report.
Although the Serbs always
demonstrated their friendliness
"wards Jews, never before has
were existed such a close bond
Between Serbs and Jews, the ref-
rrj sa'd- citing as an example
. fact that Serbian women, in
defiance of Nazi orders, steal out
LI s'x'cial labo' camps for
*wa and bring food to the half.
starved inmates.
While a
strictly
gd th, Sorbs whQ ,
alinu, K,'r food and clothing
Jwancs than do Jews shar*
5S.K with thcir Jcwish
Mold of many cases where
helped Jewish shop-
One of the largest
meetings ever held took place
at the "Y" last Wednesday even-
ing when the Annual Election of
officers took place.
Murry Grossman was unani-
mously elected president for the
ensuing year. The following of-
ficers were duly elected to office
in addition to Mr. Grossman:
vice-president. Joseph A. Ber-
man; secretary. Fred K Shochet;
treasurer, Nat Blnmberg: direc-
tors for three years. George Gold-
berg. Philip Berkowitz and Dr.
Samuel Bockman; director for
two years. Jack Apte: directors
for one year. Leo Ackerman, Al
Berkowitz. George Chcrtkof. Lar-
ry Grossberg, Al Reisman, Frank
Rose, Al Rosenield, Harry
Schwartz. Sam Seitlin, Pete Sil-
vcrman. A. J Tobin, Herman
Waitsman.
Dr. Samuel Beckman. presi-
ded during the regular business
meeting at which time the an-
nual report of Maurice Gross-
man, executive director, was
heard. Leo Ackerman presided
over the election and Isaac Le-
vin, Milton Friedman and Leon
Lieberman served as tellers.
At the annual meeting of the
directors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation held last
Thursday evening at Temple Is-
rael election oi officers for the
coming year was held. Rabbi
Max Shapiro as chairman of the
nominating committee, rendered
his report. Stanley C. Myers.
first and only president of the
Federation smce its inception.
was elected president emeritus
with a proviso that he will be the
sole individual to hold that honor
during his lifetime. A resolution
was also passed to tender him a
testimonial dinner and the pre-
sentation of a plaque suitably en-
1 graved.
Election of officers saw Benja-
min E Bronston named as presi-
dent; Day J. Apte. Sam Blank.
| Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Jacob
Sher. Elry Stone, vice presidents;
Albert E. Berkeley, secretary J.
Gerald Lewis, treasurer; Monte
Selig, assistant treasurer. An
amendment to the by-laws cre-
ated the office of chairman of
the board of directors who will
also act as chairman of the ex-
ecutive committee. Stanley C.
Myers was elected to the newly
created post. On the executive
Jerusalem (WNS)Dr. Max
Polka. 45-year-old refugee law-
yer who received an award
from an American university
in 1940 for his book. "My Life
in Germany Before and After
Hitler's Accession," was killed
in action in the western desert,
it was reported here.
Dr. Polka, who enlisted with
the British forces, was killed
during a Nazi bombardment.
A former member of the Bres-
lau Jewish community board,
he left a widow and three
children.
PERSECUTE JEWS
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
uRITfllTrlORS
NEW ARAB STATES
MINISTER
RUMANIA
OF ECONOMY
RESIGNS
Lisbon (W N Si-A sensation
was caused in Rumanian political
circles when Gheorghe Potopeanu
resigned from his post as secre-
tary of State for National Econ-
omy because of his opposition to
the anti-Jewish laws, it was re-
ported here. Potopeanu was quo-
London (W N SIThe British
government will support the es-
tablishment of a federation of
Arab States after the war. For-
eign Secretary Anthony Eden
disclosed in an address before
.1 prominent gathering at the
... Mansion House.
'" Eden's address stirred wide
POST speculation in Jewish circles here
'since the creation of an Arab
federation will enevitably affect
Palestine. It was pointed out in
authoritative circles. however.
that Palestine is a mandated ter-
ritory and consequently must be
dealt with separately.
It was believed in some quar-
Geneva (WNS) Intensifica-
tion of the anti-Jewish campaign
in Nazi-occupied Belgium was
hailed by the government-con-
trolled press and radio which
warned the population to boy-
cott Jewish-owned shops and buy
from "Aryans" only, it was
learned here.
At the same time, the Nazi
puss demanded that the few re-
maining Jewish shops in Belgium
be compelled to display in their
windows a "mogen david" for
the protection of "Aryan" custom-
ers. Members of the Belgium
Nazi party have resumed their
picketing activities against Jew-
ish-owned enterprises, shouting
threat of violence at would-be
customers.
Meanwhile, it was announced
that the registration of all Jew-
ish-owned property in Belgium
had been completed. Diplomatic
circles here believed that the
Nazis, following the procedure
used in other occupied countries,
would shortly announce the
wholesale confiscation of Jewish
wi aith and the "Aryanization" of
Jewish enterprises throughout
Belgium.
Ul ARD NAMES
TO DIRECTORS FOR
REFUGEE SERVICE
New York (WNS)Reflecting
ever-widening community inter-
est in the American refugee pro-
gram, 40 additional directors rep-
resenting 22 communities were
named to the Board of the Na-
tional Refugee Service at its an-
nual meeting here. The meeting
was attended by 150 leaders in
Jewish community life from all
sections of the country. The
all-day session was also the oc-
casion for introducing Prof. Al-
bert Abrahamson, who will be-
come director of the NRS on
July 1st.
At a general session, commun-
ity representatives engaged in a
frank discussion of the agency's
fiscal problems and their relation
to the needs of refugees in Ameri-
ca. David Hays Sulzberger.
chairman of the executive com-
mittee, presided at the session.
Reports by William Rosenwald,
president, Arthur D. Greenleigh,
acting executive director, Richard
P. Limburg, treasurer, and I.
Edwin Goldwasser, chairman 01
the budget committee were ap-
proved.
"This year the United Jewish
Appeal has alloted to the Nation-
al Refugee Service $2,000,000 to
be furnished out of initial sums
collected." Mr. Rosenwald re-
ported. "But this represents a
sum only large enough to cover
partial needs of the work .
Remember that S3.477.000 were
needed to provide minimum NRS
services in 1940 ... In January,
the board of directors voted a
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
JEWS IN FRANCE APPEAL TO
BRITISH, U. S. JEWS FOR AID
ted as saying that
laws, which eliminated Jews from : Aral)
f the woo the Arabs from the Axis
countries was intended to
food and clothing is
rationed, the refugees
The
economic and political life o
country, were ruining Rumania
economically. The Economy Mi-
nister was reported to have ap-
proached pro-Nazi Premier Ion
Antonescu on several occasions
and appealed for a less stringent
application of the anti-Jewi
regulations with regard to
dustry and commerce.
Unable to make any headway
with the Premier Potopeanu ten-
dered his resignation.
Serb:
s ha
ETL^i ?*s lhoir stocks fro'm
an "miiscation. Both Serbs
their liv 1 y sa,d' endangered
huted hv h crcea'inpcrsons
The -7 th(' Naz> Gestapo.
komiJiiRoes rcPrted that the
to fSj euerilla bands, sworn
W2g new T are increasin*'
marrv 1 recru'ts daily. In
travel i 0t Y"8lavia, Nazis
by the L grouPs- fearing attack
' "* km>tajis, they said.
MIAMI REFUGEE COMMITTEE
TO HOLD IMPORTANT MEET
orbit.
Jewish circles recalled that Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, president of
the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
declared in B recent address in
the United States, that he fav-
ored an Arab federation side by
- side Wth a Jewish Common-
wealth in Palestine.
In his speech clarifying Bn-
tan's war aims. Eden declared:
Some days ago I said in the
House of Commons that His Ma- ;
Jesty's government had great
sympathy with Syrian aspira-
tions for independence. I Should
like to repeat that now. But I
would go further. The Arab
world has made great strides
since the settlement was reached
the end of the last war and
Arab thinkers desire
London (WNSiAn appeal for
help directed at Jews in Great
Britain and the United States
from Jews interned in concentra-
tion camps in unoccupied France
was made here by a number of
Jewish refugees who arrived here
recently after a long, round-about
from unoccupied France.
ters that the Foreign Secretary s
anti-JewishReferences to closer ties between J Vichy government has agreed to
Invitations have been issued
for an important meeting of the
Miami Refugee Committee to be
held at Temple Israel. Thursday at
saws iacs3s: rw*. vreatc
wUh regtd to the refugee prob-; grce of un.ty than they now en
lem will be the main topic c
discussion.
ui uii>v < --- .
In reaching out toward this
unity they hope for our support.
release thousands of Jewish refu-
gees from concentration camps
providing they can furnish proof
that emigration to other countries
has been arranged for them. The
Spanish and Portuguee govern-
ments, it was said, have signified
their intention to issue transit
visas to the released refugees.
The refugees appealed to Jews
in Britain and the U. S. to act
speedily.
PROFESSOR W. BERENDSOHN
IS SUICIDE IN DENMARK
Geneva (W N SIProf. Walter
Berendsohn. prominent German
Jewish scholar and foremost au-
thority on modern Scandinavian
literature, has committed suicide
in Denmark. It was reported here.
Prof. Berendsohn, a refugee, at-
tracted considerable attention
while lecturing at London and
Oxford.
FOR JEW SUPPORT
Stockholm (WNS)Clergymen
in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands
have been appealing to their con-
gregations to contribute food-
stuffs and money to aid Jews
made penniless by the Nazi-im-
posed anti-Jewish laws, it was
reported here.
The "plot" on" the part of the
Dutch clergymen to lessen the
plight of their Jewish neighbors
was uncovered by the pro-Nazi
newspaper, National Zeitung.
which is published in Amster-
dam.
Reporting a number of cases
where clergymen had secretly-
approached members of their
congregations for contributions of
food and money, which were
turned over to needy Jewish fam-
ilies in the city, the Nazi paper
demanded that the Government
take vigorous steps against "the
enemies of the State."
Dr. Arthur Seyss-Inquart. Nazi
commissioner in Holland, recent-
ly issued decrees forbidding all
economic and social contacts be-
tween "Aryans" and Jew, and
threatened severe reprisals
against Netherlanders who mani-
fested expressions of sympathy
or friendship towards Jews. The
decrees were issued after Neth-
erlanders staged several anti-
Nazi demonstrations in protest
against the anti-Jewish regula-
tions.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1941
'

Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Mist Zen* Schwartz
Miss Zc-r.a Schwartz, daughter
: Mr and Mrs Sam Schwartz
of Charlotte, N C, whose mar-
riage to Jei ''' inkl' .-on of
Mr. an I Mr Sol '''. inkle of this
'.: June
I
PERSONALS
: | S irah Srn net il
. for a visit t-, Chicago.

Har Id Berk .'. returned
Military Academy
iiudies there.

0 ar Rappaport has r'-turned
to the city after completing his
sturiits at the University of Flo-
i i

Morris Wroobel, Dade County
d< puty sheriff is recuperating
from an operation in the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.

Abraham Bramson is leaving
this week to visit with friends
and relatives in Worcester. Mass..
where he will spend the summer.

Al and Lloyd Gardner, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardner,
have returned from Gainesville
and Atlanta where they attended
school.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
are now residing at 1513 Monad
terrace, Miami Beach, where they
will be happy to greet their
friends.
Herman. Sol. and Howard Blu-
menkranz. sons of Mr. and Mrs.
William Blumenkranz, left Fri-
day for New York where they
will spend the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Mack and
son, Marvin left for Atlanta
| where they will attend the grad-
uation of their son and brother
Roy at Emory University.

Mrs. Nathan Adc-lman left
Thursday for Hagerstown. Mary-
land., to attend the unveiling of
a tombstone to the memory of
.her brother, the late Joseph
Brenner.

The wedding of Al Tellef and
Miss Bertha Newell will take
place Sunday. June 15 at the
B
ter a honeymoon trip to Ashe-
. Lie, Philadelphia, Washington
and New York the couple will re-
side in Miami

Dr. and Mrs. Edward Roth left
Sunday for a month's trip
r^.ughout the United States.
Their last stop will be the Gold-
Gate from where they will
return July I. During his jour-
ney Dr. Roth expects to visit
ho.=pitals in various large cities.

A reception was tendered Max
Silver by his parents Mr. and
Mrs. I. Silver of 1740 S. W. 11th
street, Sunday evening in honor
of his graduating from the Uni-
versity of Miami receiving his
L. L. B. degree. More than 100
i friends were present to extend
congratulations.

Miss Esther Elman. daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham El-
t man of Chicago and a guest at
! the Edgewater Beach Hotel for
i the past four months, left last
week for New York City to re-
sume her literary work. During
her stay here she was active in
locan communal affairs.

Judith Weiss, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene J. Weiss, 2275
S. W. 16th terrace, will leave for
the University of North Carolina
for a summer course in drama.
This class is limited to fifty
students chosen from high schools
throughout the United States for
their outstanding talent. Judith
was recently accorded the honor
of being selected to the National
Thespian Dramatic Honor Society
for excellent work in Dramatics
at Miami Senior High School.
Isadore Goldstein returned to
the city from a three week's va-
cation in New York and New
Haven.

Mrs. Walter Falkenstein and
son, Lawrence, left for a six-
week's trip to Kmgsburj" Moun-
tains. New York.

Sol Bernstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Bernstein, was gra-
duated from Miami Beach Senior
High School Thursday evening.

Mrs. Max Shapiro and children
left this week for Toledo. Ohio.
where they will visit with Mrs.
Shapiro's mother. Rabbi Shapiro
will join them in a few weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. William Blumen-
kranz were entertained Monday
evening at dinner in honor of
their 23 wedding anniversary-
by Mr. and Mrs. Jules Bernstein.

Kenneth and Judith Myers,
children of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
C. Mvers left for Long Island.
N. Y." where they will visit their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Myers for the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller.
1919 S. W. 17th street, announce
the graduation of their son, Sey-
mour at the Tulane University
School of Medicine. His mother
and Mrs. Samuel Blank will at-
tend the exercises which will take
place June 11th in the McAllister
Auditorium. New Orleans. La.
He will interne at the Grady
Hospital, Atlanta.

Joe and Eddie Rubin, well
known in Miami Beach as the
I operators of the Harrison and
Sea Breeze Hotels have taken
over the management of the
Osceola Lake Inn in Henderson-
ville, N. C. Located in the Blue
Ridge Mountains, the establish-
ment has had an outstanding
reputation for many years and
with the new management looks
forward to an extremely success-
ful season.
men's Organization at the White-
law Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday,
June 8th at 8 p. m. Proceeds
will go to the Palestine Emer-
gency Fund. Refreshments will
be served.

First Annual mah jongg and
card party of the Loyalty Club,
Emunah 'Chapter will be held
Wednesday, June 18th at th.
Grossinger Beach Hotel. Mrs
Al Nemets and Mrs. Henry Ra-
bin, worthy matron, will serve-
as hostesses assisted by Mrs.
Michael Kuperberg, president.
Tickets are 50 cents per person.
: rations may be made by
calling Mrs. Rabin, 2-3786 or Mrs.
Nemets. 5-0331.
Frank L. Weil
NOTABLE QUOTES
OF THE WEEK
OUR MOST POTENT WEAPON
The Zionist movement, with all
its important political advances,
would not have reached its pre-
sent status without the efforts to-;
wards spiritual rebirth which ac- -
companied it. This is a most dif-
ficult hour for Israel, but our:
people, experienced in suffering
for thousands of years, distin-
guished itself especially during
such times in ethical and spiritual
activity. Today, too. our most
potent weapon against all our
persecutors is: the strengthening
of our spirit, the upbuilding of
our Hebrew culture.
Chaim Wcizmann
Heads Jewish Welfare Board
IpALM BEACHI
NOTES
| MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blum-
berg have left for their Bummer
home in Patchogue. Long Island.
BAR MITZVAH
The bar mitzvah of Maxwell
G. Kraft, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kraft, will take place at
Beth David Synagogue Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. A recep-
tion will follow the ceremony
and all friends are invited to at-
tend.
ORGANIZATIONS
Beth Israel card party was held
Wednesday Mrs. Harry Weiner
and Mrs. C. Argintar were hos-
tesses.
IDEALISM
"In the face of the dangers of
war. their thoughts are centered
in the constructive program of
rebuilding to fulfill the hopes of
countless men and women who
look to Palestine for a renewal
of life. The spirit which ani-
mates the Jewish pioneers in
Palestine is the same love of free-
dom and creative effort that must
be the cornerstone for the new-
era that will dawn upon this earth
when peace, justice and brotherly
understanding return to their
places of leadership in the world."
Governor Lehman
Final Hebrew school exercises
were held Monday at Temple
Beth El. Mendel Kanter, Harold
Goldberg and Jack Ackerman re-
ceived certificates of promotion.
Mrs. Harry A. Lee was hostess
at a picnic luncheon and meeting
of the Beth Israel Sisterhood at
the Schwartzberg Hall Tuesday.
Mrs. Dora Salzman was welcomed
as a new member. After the lun-
cheon cards and mah jongg were
enjoyed.
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The Women's Division of the
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have a beach party and luncheon
benefit, 10.30 a. m. Sunday on
the Poinciana Hotel beach. Mrs.
J. A. Albert is in charge. At
the recent general meeting the
following officers were elected
for a one year term: Mrs. Moses
Kreiger, president; Mrs. S. H.
Lutsky, first vice-president; Mrs.
A. J. Tobin, second vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. B. H, London, third
vice-president; Mrs. J. A. Albert,
fourth vice-president; Mrs. A. E.
Woolfe, treasurer; Mrs. J. O. Ja-
cobs, financial secretary; Mrs. J.
B. Markow, recording secretary;
Mrs. George Cohen, correspond-
ing secretary.

The Workmen's Circle Branch
892 of Greater Miami will hold a
card party Sunday, June 8th, 8
p. m., at the Biscayne Collins
Hotel. A regular meeting of the
organization will take place Tues-
day, June 10th at the same place.

Business and Professional Wo-
men's Division of Hadassah Study
Group will meet at the home of
Miss Ruth Rubin, 4411 Sheridan
avenue, Monday, June 0th at 8
p. m. Taking part in the program
will be Miss Ruth Rubin, Rose
Kohl, Charlotte Bee.

Mrs S. Weiner will hold a lit-
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the benefit of the Pioneer Wo-
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*'JenisiirkrMton
PAGE THREE
Plain Talk
MAY 10. 1991
by AL SEGAL
By the time you read this col-
umn a very important meeting
of a special committee will have
been held. The report of this
meeting will be given at the next
lodge meeting. Although the
lodge has for a long time stuck
out its chest because of its nu-
merical strength, yet its officers
have done so with tongues in
cheek. Too many members have
been lax in paying their obliga-
tions to the lodge. It is not
enough to praise the wonderful
work of the lodge in the field of
anti-ill-tarnation. Student Union,
A Z. A., refugee rehabilitation,
Americanism, etc. Your praise
should be accompanied by a
check to make such work possi-
ble
In order to bring so many of
our delinquent members back in-
to th>- active fold this special
meeting was called. Its purpose
was to form teams headed by
in. Each team was to be
responsible for the collection of
dues a specified number of
membi rs In addition to this re-
tention angle, the teams were
given much wider duties, to wit:
Dear Mr. Segal: We are five
friends. One evening recently
we were having our weekly pok-
er game, but even the intrigue
"i poker doesn't hold one's at-
tention long enough in these aw-
A^t ,0 '".UCh uWhcn il pi" BOing to become of it and .
cs,"Tnl s"ch as forth worth saving anyway?
ev U at AP7 W '"" A"d ^ ^ *
neve that A. Z. A. is the most to a contest which I reeard as
important work that B'nai B'rith fascinating as poker. A?KtU
th-?i .h n. ,S ,nliirVrt,,,U! '" '''' is Js bout as uncertain as
that the national HUlel essay con- poker, it is this: Each of us
test winner, the national Hillel agreed to write in 500 words
national Hm Th Tl "T' "f ^ ** '" his "'jinion' tne ""^
national Hillel debate champions will be like in 1991. Since we
are all A. Z. A. boys. This is just are all Jews, it was stipulated
one example to prove my point, that in each prophecy some ref-
Before letting my enthusiasm erence must be made to the state
carry me away Id better switch of the Jews in the year 1991
the subject temporarily. The live prophecies will be de-
Brother Marty Milstein is send- posited in a safety box to be op-
ing out notices to all those who "' '' on May 10, 1991. The pro-
bowled last year in the very sue- phet who will be found to have
cessful B'nai B'rith Bowh: closest to foreseeing the
League informing them that a condition of the world 50 years
new League is being formed. Plaj will be toasted in cham-
will be every Wednesday night pagne, whether he is living or
at the Miami Recreation Centei : : The survivors will gather
located on s Miami avenue and '" dinner for that purposi .
Third street. There are no doubt Yet 5u years are a long time
many of our brothers who did l" wait for the finish of a con-
not play last year who would like :' st It occurred to us to furnish
to join us this year. Come out Iour contest with something of the
the responsibility of contacting I and really enjoy yourselves. I thrill of immediacy by inviting
a specified number of members Last year one half of the bowlers >'"u to join it. Instead of being
prior to every Lodge meeting to had never seen a bowling alley deposited in the box your pro-
insure their presence at meetings.. before in their lives but before | phecy will be put in your column
With more members present at I the season ended they were all : tor immediate reading in 1941,
meetings there will be greater doing well. yet will be judged with the five
fraternal spirit, more ideas will j Tnjs coming Tuesday night at otners '" 1991- li ultimately it
be born and brought forward. 830 p m proml)tly "a regular,doesn't win the prize, it will at
and the Lodge and the members mectjng 0f shokm Lodge will! Icast ht''P >'ou to *'" vour column
will benefit materially. Do your i jajje ylace at the Y M II A Mr ln ln's vear 1941. I subscribe my-
part in either volunteering to; Frank Malone well'known radio E- c- ln u-'nalf of tht Fivtd
sene on these teams or. if not on | commenlator wU, be th(1 gucst Piophets, Chicago. 111. (Date ot
a team, cooperate with these, speak(,r Thjs promises to be lnt dinner. May 10. 1991. place,
workers when you are approached I anothcr outstanding meeting DoCh'"80-> n .,, .
for payment of dues and are i not exprcss ngnt UlUr that you We- ycs: n *** 10' 1991 the
asked to attend meetings. | were not present Be sure to
Not to be outdone the Miami'come and bring your friends.
Beach chapter sponsored a tri-1
city convention this past month '
Coui'csy Th* National Jewish Monthly. Published by B'nai Bii'1-
WHO SAID "LONE EAGLE"?
A. Z. A.
The Miami Chapter on .'.Ion-
encompassing Miami. Miami. day Junp 9th wU] navc a (heatre
Beach, and West Palm Beach.
This too was highly successful.
In largo communities such as
party at the Mayfair theatre.
Norman Somberg manager of
, the diamond ball team has an-
ours we sometimes lose sight of. nounci.d that the first in a series
the active work of any individual! of games plavmg tne Deach ehap-
youth organization. Would youL, wlll get under way Sunday.
believe that there are some mem-1 June 8lh at Flaminco Park. This
hers of this community who series js plavod {or a cup which
criticize the placing in this col-, the Mianu chapter presented to
umn mention of A. Z. A.? I have I ,he u,anl winnlllg the m< games
been told that I stress A. Z. A.
too much in my column and this j ami chapUT IS 0U! ,., tak their
I Thank You!
Without any question of
doubt, my victory is one
that belongs to all the
People since I made no
promises to any group or
individual. I dedicate my-
self to continued good
government on Miami
Beach.
Most sincerely.
Ulolfson
(Paid Pol. Ad.)
aging Mr. Segal was giving his
mind to his column. As had been
his custom in all the weeks of all
the years before, ne had put off
the matter of his column until
the last minute. Mr. Segal never
was a man who believed in doing
today what just as well could
be done tomorrow. To this pro-
crastination he ascribed his ripe
old years. Mr. Segal always had
aked. what's the rush, anyway,
and thus, leisurely strolling all
the way, he had come pleasantly
to his old age.
On this day of May 10, 1991.
Mr. Segal seated at his typewrit-
er, was puffing hard at his an-
cient pipe. Writing a Jewish col-
umn had become more and more
Are you registered for Humei difficult for Mr. Segal. Whereas
series last year The Mi-
cup back this yi ai
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1 in the old days of 1941 he could
get a whole column out of one
pipeful. Mr. Segal hadn't even
' one idea even after six pipefuls.
This was not due to any di-
I minution of the vigor of his mind
lor of the sparkling flow of his
j humor, or of the sharp point of
his satire. It was simply that the
! peaceful and quiet course of
I events in the year 1991 wasn't
providing Jewish columnists
much to write about.
Mr. Segal thought back to the
remote time when he could pick
a Jewish problem practically out
of anything and make a column
out of it in an hour. That was
the time when Jews were being
blamed for everything, even for
Hitler: for there were those whp
said that if it weren't for Jews
there wouldn't be any Hitler.
All this made for militant Jew-
ish life, since there were many-
Jews who didn't begin to feel
Jewish until they got hurt. The
pain stirred many Jews to a
vigorous consciousness of what
they were. .
Not that Jews in the anguish of
their travail gathered at their
altars to give their hearts to the
comforts of the Lord God Je-
hovah whose spiritual consola-
tions Jews knew of old. It was
not as in the former times when
in the bitter storms Jews kept
warm at the burning bush that
was never consumed.
No! In the period of 1941 Is-
rael kept warm by the heat of
fierce controversy in his own]
house : Jews scattered themselves !
in sections to go and fight ene- I
mies in diverse directions. This I
was called Jewish life. With a j
twinkle in his prophetic eye Mr. i
Segal wondered what could be-1
come of Jews when there as no j
more of the pain of anti-Semit- j
ism to keep them feeling Jew- ,
ish. (He suggested whimsically \
that in that event a few anti- j
Semites might be subsidized by!
organizations in the perpetuation !
of Judaism.)
The great social changes that |
occurred after the Second World ;
War brought the qucstic'.i of how
to save Israel poignantly to the
front. Israel had been saved
from Hitler but now arose the
more difficult matter of saving
Israel from himself.
The execution of Hitler had :
been a symbolic gesture of man-
kind's intention to be rid for
good of all the old cruelties, in-
justices and aggressions, and to i
establish a world more just and j
lovely.
Indeed, after that, the table of
SOCJal justice became full enough j
for everybody, and there was no
more shoving, no more scramb- j
ling for the crumbs, no more of |
the old. unseemly quarreling at
the table.
The brotherhood sat at peace j
enjoying the fullness of the good ,
table and Israel had his rightful
place. Israel had come at las:
to peace. When everybody had j
enough. Israel no longer was de-
spised as an intruder; he was as
popular as anybody. Anti-Semi-
tism was no more than any of
the other extinct disi ases of
which mankind had rid himself
on his upward way.
Israel's body was safe but he
as not saved. In all the evil
year before he had lived only by
his pain, and now. being without
pain, he had nothing more to live-
by as Israel. In those years of
living by pain he had neglected
the spiritual essence that made
him Israel who once stood at
Sinai and who had been the pro-
phet and who had kept on living
even after he permitted his body
to be consumed by flames rather
than to yield his faith. But in
the period of his last persecu-
tion he had learned to live only
by his pain and what had been
saved was only the empty shell
of Israel. The spirit was dead.
On this day, May 10. 1991.
there wasn't much of Jewish life
for a columnist to write about.
Mr. Segal was very tired any-
way. He was on his eighth pipe-
ful and hadn't gathered in one
idea to write about, except the
time-worn reiteration that Is-
rael was dead from the heart up.
He pulled the blank piece of
paper from his typewriter,
crumpled it, tossed it into the
wastebaskct. Mr. Segal was
through with his column for
good.
o a
(This will be a true prophec3'
unless today's leaders of Israel
take steps toward a revival of the
Judaism that teaches that being
a Jew is not just this pain.)
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MIAMI, VOLUME 14 FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1941 NUMBER 23
A PROBLEM
The problems of American Jewry though not as disastrous
and pitiful as that of European Jewry are manyall serious
and complicated.
Though the seriousness is evident, the complicities do not
mean that they are not understandable but that the realization
and absorption of these problems by American Jewry in their
communities are far from being taken care of in the proper
manner.
While communities such as ours are cognizant of the ex-
isting and ever-increasing refugee problem, this cognizance
is purely on the surface, delving no deeper than a scant aware-
ness to all of us, with the exception of a few.
The burden of helping integrate the refugee or newcomer
into our community is one that must be shared by all. The
Miami Refugee Committee in charge of this work for this area,
with its management in capable hands, is limited in its ac-
complishments and success until it has the support and active
participating interest and backing of the entire Jewish com-
munity, individually and organizationally.
The adjustment of refugees into the community and the
American Way of Life is necessary to continue our American
Way of Life. Newcomers should become active in our or-
ganizations and religious groups, if necessary eliminating dues
for them for a time. We must at all cost obviate the possibility
of a "refugee colony" in our community.
The local committee, already taking care of the economic
and physical needs of these refugees, is making a bid for this
moral and social source for these individuals. It has called a
conference this coming week to instill into our community the
proper spirit and reception to this problem. Our participation is
obligatory.
[JEWISH BEFI6EES PEFEHP PALESTINE
A close-up of one of the more ihan 9.000 Jewish soldiers in Palestine,
many of them refugees from HHIerism, who stand ready to defend the
Jewish homeland against attack k> ilie totalitarian forces. Through the
support of the United Palestinf \:. ><-al, the Jewish community of
530,000 in Palestine must ho en- .Ir-il to mobilize its manpower as well
as its industrial and agriiwiii;,.., rcsourcM to strengthen the Jewish
homeland's posilioa as- a baMiou i>f democracy in the Middle East.
American Jewry is seeking In r.. i ".000,000 for the United Jewish
Appeal for Refugees, Ovcrem Weeds and Palestine in which the
United Palestine Appeal is represented together with the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and Naional Refngce Service.
OFFICERSELECTED
FOR FEDERATION
at recent MEET
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
committee are R. R. Adler, Leo
Eienstein. Sol Goldstrom. M. J.
Kopelowitz. Isaac Levin, Leo
Robinson, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Carl Weinkle, Joseph Weintraub.
Mitchell Wolfson. Chairman of
the budget committee is Max Or-
ovitz. On the budget committee
are George Chertkof, Dr. Frank
Coret. Irving Frankel, Arthur
Lavigne. Joseph Lipton. Jesse
Scheinman, Monte Selig, I. Shap-
off, Joseph Stein.
Other business of the evening
included a report of the 1941
campaign by Mr. Myers, various
committee reports and introduc-
tion of the Southern Regional
Director of the Council of Jew-
ish Federation and Welfare
Funds. I. Kingloff.
With regard to the vacancy of
the executive directors position.
a motion was passed reading
"that the selection of an execu-
tive director be referred to the
executive committee and that
such committee shall select a
professional, experienced execu-
tive director.'
N.R.S. ADD PIES
T0D!REGT0RSF0R
REFUGEEJERVICE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
budget of S4.342.000 ... A con-
servative budget intended only
to meet minimum needs. As can
be seen, it is more than double
the initial allotment from the
United Jewish Appeal The
possibility that the work of the
National Refugee Service may be
faced with a disastrous financial
crisis, creating a situation which
will work hardship on both the
refugee and the American Jewish
Community must be avoided."
Mr. Greenleigh pointed out the
difficult age problem the agency
must face, "the problem of what
to do with the increasingly older
group of refugeese. Over half
the refugees registered for em-
ployment with the agency are
over 40 years of age and 44 per
cent of our relief group have
been receiving assistance for
more than a year."
Mr. Greenleigh urged expan-
sion of the agency's vocational
retraining and capital loan ser-
vices as a partial solution to the
problem. Refugee retraining by
NRS at present, he reported, of-
fers course in 30 different trades
and occupations, including den-
tal mechanics, baking, restaurant
cooking, millinery, power ma-
chine operation, upholstery, print-
ing, accounting, auto repair, and
domestic service. He cited the
retraining courses being made
available in such communities as
Philadelphia, Rochester, Milwau-
kee, Boston, Pittsburgh, Cleve-
land, and Baltimore, in addition
to NRS efforts in New York.
Day J. Apte, of Miami and
Alexander Brest of Jacksonville,
were among those elected to the
Board of Directors of the Nation-
al Refugee Service at the annual
meeting of the Board in New
York City on May 25th.
FRINK AND BURBRIDGE ARE
HIGH MEN IN BEACH VOTE
Herbert A. Frink and William
Burbridge were the two high men
in the Miami Beach Council el-
ection last week and will serve
for four-year terms. Re-elected
to office to serve for two-year
terms were Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mitchell Wolfson and John
Levi in the order named. Two
holdover councilmen are Val C.
Cleary and Robert Ralston.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
WAR ECHOES
The seven-day wonder of Rudolf Hess has more or less pet-
ered out as we write this, but we thought you'd like to know that
a picture which had just been finished when he made his flight
had a new scene added to it, with a reference to Hess And
that only a couple of weeks before the Hess incident a number
of Hollywood studios turned down a scenario featuring a simi-
lar event, on the grounds that it was too unbelievable Erika
Mann, daughter of Thomas Mann and herself a well-known
author, will soon be on her way back to England, we hear .
She's been invited by Lord Duff-Cooper to make German
broadcasts to the Reich on the significance of the Hess episode.
The dopesters insist that Goebbels and Goering are having
their differences of opinion with Boss Adolf And one Broad-
way reporter brings the news that the wife of a prominent Ger-
man general is now a guest at a New York hotel ... A brother
of movie producer Herbert Kline is anxious to go to Palestine to
make a documentary film of the defense of the Jewish home-
land But he's having a lot of trouble getting the financial
backing needed for his project While the Chalutzim of Pal-
estine are waiting with mounting anxiety for arms and equip-
ment for their self-defense, a controversy has devejoped in the
British press on the question whether these war materials
should be supplied by England or by America Which im-
presses us as a procedure as intelligent as arguing about who
should perform the physical act of locking the stable door while
the horse-thieves are swiftly approaching.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
We understand that ex-Justice Louiss D. Brandeiss is very
much impressed with the efficacy of B'nai B'rith's anti-defama-
tion work, and believes that this wide-scope activity is playing
a vital role in the curtailing of subversive activities An in-
teresting idea is the Committee of Thirty Million, which aims to
include in its roster all American citizens of foreign birth ... In
recent weeks the fact that Nazism enjoys the position of an offi-
cial state religion in Germany, with the Reich its God and Hitler
its Messiah, has been brought to the attention of the American
publicin particular, by the anti-Nazi league's magazine "De-
fense of Human Rights," and by Stanley High in The Living
Age ... In an effort to disprove this proven fact, Dannemora
Prison inmate Fritz Kuhn, who had consistently been refusing
to attend the jail's chapel, finally decided to join his fellow con-
victs at the regular Sunday morning services.
HISTORICAL NOTES
An interesting item to remember on Decoration Day
weekend is that the fact that the Confederacy came within a
hair's breadth of being formally recognized by France and Eng-
land was due to the astute statesmanship of Judah F. Benjamin,
Jefferson's Secretary of State Did you know, by the way, that
the long friendship between Benjamin and Davis started with a
fight on the floor of the Senate, where Benjamin challenged
Davis to a duel? And, as long as we're waxing historical,
this is a good time to remind you that back in 1793 President
Washington lived for a time at the home of Colonel Isaac
Franks, who had been his aide-de-camp during the Revolution-
ary War.
REFUGEE REPORT
New York's cafe society is getting considerable competition
from the newly discovered "cafeteria society," one phase of
which we thought you might be interested in ... We mean the
busy social life of New York's refugees from Hitlerism, who con-
gregate at all hours of the day and night in the serve-yourself
eaterie on Broadway between 72nd and 96th Streets.
ABOUT PEOPLE
If a certain agent succeeds in his efforts you may soon be
hearing Magda Lupescu on the networks She would broad-
cast from the Cuban refuge she shares with ex-King Carol of
Rumania S. Nebenzahl, producer of such famed films as
Mayerhng," is in Hollywood now. neither Paris nor Vichy de-
siring his services His first assignment is expected to be a pic-
ture called "American Consul" Violinist Fritz Kreisler is at
this writing slightly improved, but the virtuoso is still only semi-
conscious as result of the skull fracture he suffered when a truck
ran him down last month .. Dancer Dagmar Godowsky, daugh-
ter of the famous pianist, may soon go back to Hollywood in
search of stardom Most recent inter-marriage in Hollywood
was the unexpected wedding of Phil Harris, the band leader,
and Ahce Faye, the blonde 20th Century-Fox star Congratu-
lations to banker Jules Bache on the acquisition of a great-
granddaughter The new arrival has been named after lim
Julienne Michel.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
Thank Harry Hershfield. radio's wittiest commentator, for
the following laugh ... It s about a Jewish real estate man who
with much fanfare announces that he has discovered the right
way of cementing interreligious good will What America
iT!S' ^l3 ^ ues,,6"nik- is huge and impressive edi-
fice to be known as the Universal House of Worship ... In that
building provision would be made for all religions each creed
having its own room built in an individual and appropriate
1 01 ^ mu u ?nte.r f the sture there would be an
enormously large hall for the use of everybody Puzzled,
S.f2L2I!Sked ,the Planner wht the reason was for this big
central room, and for what it would be used ... A question our
hero answered with a single word: "Bingo!" quwuon


jflDAY. JUNE 6.
1941
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
,35 N. W. Third Avenu*
MAX MAPUTO, KabDI
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
PiruMDt Calendar
Dily Services----------- 7:30 a.m.
Evening Services ..... 6:00p.m.
Siturday morning-----t:30a\.m,
Sunday morning ........ 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily 3:13-:18
Sunday School ---------10:00-.IB.
Jr Cor* Saturdaya_10:10 a. >
Talmud Torah
We urge parents who have not
vet registered their children for
the summer semester of our daily
Hebrew school, to please attend
to this matter at once. Classes
are held daily from 9 to 12 a.
m. under the direction of Mr.
Louis Gadon Remember the
study of Torah has precedence
aver everything.
Bar Mitzvah
During the services this Satur-
day morning at 9:30 o"clock, Max.
the son of Mr and Mrs. Chas.
Kraft will become bar mitzvah.
He will recite the "Maftir" and
extend greetings to all worship-
ers. A reception will follow im-
mediately after the benediction,
and a cordial invitation is extend-
ed to all members and friends.
Annual Congregational Dinner
The Beth David annual Con-
gregational dinner will be held
this Sunday evening. June 8th.
at 5:30 o'clock sharp, at the Beth
David Auditorium. Sidney H.
Palmer, president of the Congre-
gation, will give the address of
welcome. Rabbi Shapiro will de-
liver a resume of the highlights
and happenings of the past year.
Amendments of the charter and
by-laws will be introduced and
voted on. Election of officers and
directors will take place; the new
officers and directors will be
formally introduced by Isidor
Cohen, one of the founders of the
Congregation. During the course
of business, an elaborate dinner
will be served. Please make sure
that your reservations have been
ir.ade.
Card Party
Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
he Sisterhood, wishes to an-
nounce that plans have been
made for a card, bingo and mah
WBgg party to be held at the
southern Dairies Monday, June
f 2 p. m. Members and
J^nds are asked to join with us.
*Jewisti fkrtgton
PAGE FIVE
MAURICE TAYLOR
ESSfS of Nat*onal Conference
WW, Social Welfare convened
j^Uantic City, June 1st.
L. FREDERICK BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
912 Congrats Building
Phone 2-7112
Res. Phone 7-5192
M'AMI, FLORIDA
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, RabOl
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4.0406
2263 S W. 21st Terrace
The Bar Mitzvah of David
Laufe, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Laufe of the Regal Hotel, will
take place Saturday morning.
Rabbi Mescheloff will address
the boy. Refreshments will be
served after the services,
On Vacation
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
leave for a six weeks vacation
this Saturday night.
Religious School
Our summer semester begins
this coming Monday morning.
Classes will be held from 9 to
12 each morning, registration
daily during those hours.
Weddings
Charle Rosenberg and Miss
Miriam Marcus were married
last week at the Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue by Rabbi Mescheloff.
Louis Schatz and Miss Sara
Fleischman were joined in mar-
riage in a beautiful wedding
ceremony held in the patio of
Rabbi Mescheloff's home last
week.
Milton Weiss and Miss Cecile
Alexander will be married this
coming Sunday morning at the
Beth Jacob Synagogue.
Jewish Hour
Rabbi Shapiro will be the
speaker on the Jewish Hour. Sun-
day at 4:30 on Station W. I. O. D.
10 ARABS PLAGES
JEWS IN GANGER
Ankara (W N S)The 550,000
Jews in Palestine must be armed
immediately to remove the threat
of anti-Jewish and anti-British
uprisings in Palestine by insur-
gent Arab bands, equipped with
machine guns and rifles by Nazi
agents, it was reported here.
Reports spread here that Axis
agents stationed in Syria and Iraq
have been smuggling large quan-
tities of weapons and ammuni-
tion to renegade Arab tribes in
the desert und mountains of Pal-
estine.
The intensive anti-Jewish
propaganda campaign conducted
by the Nazis is becoming in-
creasingly effective among cer-
tain sections of the Arab popula-
tion, these reports said, and guns
now furnished to the Jewish com-
munity may soon mean the dif-
ference between life and death.
Nazi planes, taking off from
airfields in Iraq, have dropped
leaflets on Palestine telling the
Arabs that the time has come for
the "holy war" against the Bri-
tish and Jews, urging Arabs to
take up arms immediately against
their British and Jewish op-
pressors.
The Nazis are still getting guns
to the Arabs in Palestine, it was
reported, despite the precautions
taken by the British and the
recent seizure by British patrols
of several camel caravans loaded
down with munitions. A number
of secret munitions stores in the
desert have been recently dis-
covered.
Military quarters here esti-
mated that the Jewish home de-
fense units in Palestine must be
given at least 50,000 rifles and
ammunition, machine guns and
hand grenades.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th SMreet
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1266
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
Miami Beach
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi's Residence:
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SHABUOTH
by HARRY KOVNER

Shabuoth! What a momentous day!
Humanity's greatest holiday!
On Shabuoth Day
Creation beheld its greatest play.
On that day from eternity's limitless space
God revealed Himself to the human race
And He came down from His heavenly nest.
And all creation was thrilled
When to a chaotic world filled
With idolatry and crime
He commanded a way of life sublime
And He gave men
Commandments Ten.
And He framed a code of laws
Perfect without human flaws
He revealed Himself in the Spring
At a time of the year when everything
Is re-created anew,
When the earth is washed in dew
When the sky is blue,
When all nature under the sun
Calls for life and fun.
It was a hint to man
That His Creation has a plan
To build and not to destroy
To re-create and enjoy
To be strong and ever young
Like the birds full of song. .
And that life harmonious may be
Like creation itselforderly
Like the stars, moon and the sun
All working in harmony as one.
And He pointed out that He is near
To those who are willing to adhere
To the paths of Truth, noble and clean
Free from crime and sin.
SHABUOTH witnessed the birtn
On this earth
Of a true civilization
The Torah was the .foundation
Of man's emancipation
From evil and superstition. .
And of all the people on earth .
The Hebrews were the first to assert
Their readiness His laws to receive
And it was they who did conceive
The oneness of a God above
Who ruleth with mercy and love.
And since that time
Through every land and clime
Bv day and by night
They've carried the torch of light .
And though tortured and oppressed
His Holy Name they've blessed.
And the Torah have caressed
WiS, tenderness in their breast.
And they still spread his word
Unafraid and unswerved
And shall continue to blaze the trail
T, all humanity His percepts will hail-
In their mission they will not fail.
Regular Friday evening ser-
vices will continu-o at Temple Is-
rael during the summer months
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiating. Services will be held
at 8:15 p. m.
Confirmation
At the Shovuoth service June
1st, fourteen members of the Re-
ligious School were participants
in the Confirmation exercises.
Principal theme of the addresses
was "American Jewry,'' in which
the confirmands presented a
most interesting discussion on
Jewish Roots in America, and
American Roots in Hebrew Tra-
dition.
Youth Council
The members of this year's
Confirmation class, as well as
those of the past two years, have
been invited to the home of Rab-
bi Zwitman to a meeting on Sun-
day, June 8th. at 8:30 p. m..
where plans for a Youth Council
will be discussed.
It is our fervent Rope that par-
ents of confirmands of this year
and of past years, will encourage
their children to continue as a
group affiliated with our Temple.
Yahrzeitz
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Jesse J.
Adler. husband of Mrs. Tillie
Adler; Tillie Bass, father of David
Bass, Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs.
Harry A. Miller: Frances Glanc-
kopf. wife of Oscar Glanckopf.
Yahrzeits: Amalia Wise Seck-
bach. mother of Mrs. N. Douglas
Raff and Mrs. Harry Boyell;
Minna Schreter, sister of Sidney
Meyer.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls ------------7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon________8:00 a. m.
Mincha______________5:30 p.m.
Maariv------------.....-------6:00 p.m.
Friday ____.....5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service. --------9:00a.m.
In the Synagogue
The daily services are contin-
uing and both Minyonins meet
every morning. Mincha services
are conducted at 6:45 p. m. and
Rabbi Kellner teaches Shulchan
Oruch daily between Mincha and
Maariv. Daily Maariv services
commence 15 minutes after
Maariv.
The class in Pirkei Aboth will
be conducted by Rev. H. M. Ka-
gan this Shabbos in the absence
of Rabbi Kellner who will be out
of town for the week end.
Congregational Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
I of the congregational member-
Bhip will take place this coming
! Tuesday. June 10 at 8:30 p. m.
'. in the Talmud Torah hall.
Ladies Auxiliary
I The next regular meeting of
i the Ladies Auxiliary will take
place on Tuesday afternoon. June
' 10 at 2:30 oclock in the new syn-
agogue. All ladies are urged to
attend.
A fine attendance and a splen-
did evening marked the Shevuos
night celebration of the Auxiliary
and we look forward to future
events of similar nature. Spe-
cial thanks are due to Mr. and
Mrs. William Clein whose efforts
helped much toward the success
of the affair.
Are you registered for Home
Defense yet?
Refugees who find haven in the United Stales are given vocation.! retraining
MitUace by the National Refugee Service, which is called open, to provide
for the integration and adjiMmcnl of the newcomers to the American way oi
life Here we see a group of refuses learning the rudtmenu of denial
mechanic*. During the lr four month, of 1941. 331 refugees received rrtra.n-
B help from the National RcfOBC* Service. This agency .. repre en.r.l
oLtber with the Joint DMcihMion CemniHtea and the IJn.ted Matst
Appeal in the $2S,000.000 Untied Jewish Appeal for Refugees Oversea.
Needs and Palestine.
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PAGE SIX
*JcwlstrkrkUan
FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1941
BRITISH PAPERS
T
London (WNS)England's two
most influential Jewish news-
papers, the Jewish Chronicle and
the Zionist Review, appealed to
British labor to demand that the
government depart from its pres-
ent policy of appeasing the Arabs
in Palestine at the expense of the
Jews.
The Jewish papers timed their
appeals to coincide vith the open-
ing in London of the annual con-
ference of the British Labor
Party. In its leading editorial,
the Jewish Chronicle declared:
"Hard-headed concern for Pales-
tine regrets the persistence of the
pernicious folly of attempting
gratuitously to appease the Arabs
at the expense of the Jews, de-
spite the shock of the Iraqi rising.
This policy misses no oppor-
tunity to restrict and discourage
Jewish Palestine and reduce its
residents to the status of second-
rati citizens. This crass folly is
i xpressed in the fantastic irony
of cruel discrimination which
lodges so-called illegal refugee
immigrants in prison if they ar>
Jews whilst not only allowing
Greeks and Poles free entry if
they are not Jews. but. in the
case of the Poles, granting them
special facilities.
"The same error is responsible
for the refusal to allow the Jews
the elementary right to bear
arms to defend their homes
against the common enemy. The
Jews are heart and soul for Bri-
tain, whatever be the fortunes of
war. but nobody could be aston-
ished if willingness to sacrifice
the Jews to any clique who make
themelves a nuisance will not
lead primitive people everywhere
else to decide disloyalty is the
better-paying policy."
The Zionist Review said: "In
these days when Jewish life in
Europe is being destroyed and
Palestine is in the danger zone
and the Jews, the first victims of
Nazi aggression, are still waiting
to be recognized as an ally, the
policy of appeasement is still
alive in Palestine and now the
eyes of persecuted, hunted Jew-
ish people are turned again to
the progressive forces of the
world, first of all the great Bri-
tish labor movement."
Meanwhile. Colonial Undersec-
retary George H. Hall told the
House of Commons that Palestine
could not. for reasons of security,
admit all refugees, whether Jew-
ish or non-Jewish, from Nazi-oc-
cupied territories.
The Colonial Undersecretary
made this statement after David
Adams, Laborite. had asked
whether Paletine would provide
a haven for Jewish refugees from
Greece and other Nazi-held areas
in the same manner that it has
given refuge to non-Jewish refu-
gees.
At the same time. Hall denied
reports circulating here that Pal-
estine had interned nine Jewish
refugees who arrived in the Holy
Land after a perilous journey
from Greece in an open boat.
A bright ray in the Palestine
situation was provided by Youth
Aliyah headquarters here which
disclosed that 1.205 young child-
ren win- brought to Palestine by
Youth Aliyah during the first
five months of 1941.
According to figures made pub-
lic. 341 came from Hungary, 239
from Yugoslavia. 225 from Ru-
mania. 150 from Lithuania. 90
from Denmark. 64 from Bulgaria.
45 from Sweden. 43 from Turkey.
6 from Australia and 1 each
from Greece and Cyprus.
JEWISH PEOPLE
RALLY IN SUPPORT
OF SOLDIER EOS
New York (WNS)An unpre-
cedented organizational achieve-
ment in setting upwithin a few
monthsmore than 158 local
Army and Navy committees in
1 4 8 communities adjacent t o
Army camps and Naval stations,
with facilities towards meeting
the entertainment, social and re-
ligious needs of the Jewish men
in the armed forces of the United
States, is recorded in the 1940-41
annual report of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, made pub-
lic by Frank L. Weil, president.
The entire Jewish community
throughout the country rallied to
this undertaking, the report sta-
ted. Thirty-four leading nation-
al organizations are affiliated
with or represented on the Army
and Navy Committee of the Jew-
ish Welfare Board, and their
branches assisted in the forma-
tion of the local committees.
Also hundreds of Y. M. H. A.'s
Y. W. H. A.'s and Jewish Com-
munity Centers affiliated with
the Jewish Welfare Board made
available their recreational and
social facilities and served as fo-
cal points for community organi-
zation.
ADL FLORIDA DIRECTOR IN
ATLANTIC CITY AT MEETING
William I. Boxerman director
of the Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League, is
in Atlantic City this week attend-
ing the National Conference of
Jewish Social Work, of which he
is a member.
On Sunday and Monday of
next week he will also partici-
pate in a special conference of
public relations professions from
various parts of the country, who
are conferring on civic-protective
problems of the Jewish commun-
ity. In this connection he will
be a participant on one of the
programs where he will give a
review of the Miami situaton.
INFORMATION WANTED
A STATEMENT BY THE ADL
REGARDING H. I. HEINZ CO.
---------
Our attention has been called
to rumors circulating from mouth
to mouth in this community that
the H. J. Heinz Co. is a contrib-
utor to an anti-Semitic organi-
zation. These charges are a re-
newal of similar accusations
which cropped up last fall
throughout the country, based
on an article appearing in a na-
tional publication. At that time,
the Heinz Company published a
documented pamphlet of evi-
dence to show that the accusa-
tions were untrue.
In addition to a specific recital
of facts, this pamphlet contained
the following declaration:
"The H. J. Heinz Co. has nev-
er at any time, to its knowledge,
contributed or in any way given
assistance to any group, society
or organization professing anti-
Semitic aims or seeking in any-
way to foster prejudice based on
religious or racial grounds. We
have contributed often and. we
think, generously to Jewish Pro-
testant, and Catholic charitable,
cultural and educational causes.
We contend that there is nothing
in our entire 71 years of history
that could create any doubt
along these lines. This state-
ment cover, to the best of our
knowledge, the responsible exec-
utives of our company as well as
the company itself."
The ADL sounds a note of
warning to all who hear these
rumors and who in turn give
them further circulation.
CASUALTIES LIST
Information isVanted of Leon
Beck who disappeared from his
home in New York in 1935 and
since June. 1936 has made no ef-
fort to contribute to the support
of his wife, Minnie, who now
finds herself in destitute circum-
stances. Mr. Beck, who is be-
lieved to be in Florida, working
as a butcher, is 40 years of age,
5 ft. 8 inches tall, weighs 160
pounds, has blonde hair and
greenish eyes. Anyone aware of
his location is requested to com-
municate with the National De-
sertion Bureau, 67 West 47 th
street. New York City.
Are you registered for Home
Defense yet?
I
THREE ROADS TO RESCUE REMAIN OPEN DESPITE NAN
During tlir past five months, in the midst of
the invasion of the Balkans and the spread of
the war to the Mediterranean, hundreds of
thoutandx of Jews overwhelmed hy war and
oppression in many parts of the world received
vital relief and reconstructive aid from Ameri-
can Jewry through the funds raised hy the
t'niled Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Oversea".
Needs and Palestine. William aiding the
<., iin.in economy or violating the British
Morkade, the Joint Distribution Committee
fed and clothed hundreds of thousands of men.
women and children in Nazi Poland and other European land*, Many of the 100,000 Jewish refugees in France
received assistance through the J.D.C. Photo < above left) picture* refugee* in unoccupied France. Although the
shadows of war required the greatest mobilization of Manpower and materials of the Jewish community of 550,000
in Palestine for defense of the Jewish homeland, the support provided by the United Paleatine Appeal also made
possible continued upbuilding and immigration to provide new home* for refugee*, ome of whom are shown in
ell!,, (above right). U.P.A. is helping Palestine meet the grave war crisis. In the United State*, the National
Refuse* Service has been going forward with it* program of adjustment and integration of ihe newcomer* fo these
shores. The resettlement and retraining program* of the N.R.S. have provided the opportunity for making produr-
live American citizens of the refugees. In photo (lower right) a group of refugees are ^earning to become baker**
helpers.
Jerusalem (Palcor Agt ncj
Two Palestinian Jews kill.
action, three wounded and twen-
ty-nineall driversmissing ire
listed in the official third list of
Palestinian war casualties issued.
Actual deaths of Palestinian
Jews serving with the British
forces thus far recorded, th re-
fore, amount to nineeteen. two
having been listed on May 23rd
and seventeen on May 18th.
The Jerusalem radio stat i
that developments were expected
in Syria and that all forces were
ready.
Headaches
Simple Neuralgia]
or Muscular,
Pains.
YESHIVOS FONDATION HAS
EXPANDED IN AMERICA
New YorkThe United Yeshi-
vos Foundation, with offices in
New York, organized in 1938 to
assist the Jewish day schools of
the metropolis during a period
of financial stress, now announces
that it has extended its influence
throughout the United States.
During recent weeks three ad-
ditional schools, in the east, west,
and far west, have joined the
Foundation for cooperation fi-
nancially and pedagogically.
DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER
RECEIVES HONOR DEGREE
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of The
Temple, Cleveland, received the
degree of Doctor of Hebrew Let-
ters Honoris Causa at the 58th
graduation exercises held at He-
brew Union College, Cincinnati,
May 24 th.
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Vichy (WNS) Xavicr Vallat,
appointed recently by Marshal
Petain as Commissioner General
(or Jewish Questions in un-oc-
cupied France, has reported from
rnnre that after consultation supCrvision.
S Na/> officials he has in
JSaration 16 different laws for
L-ntinn ol the Jcw.sh problem.
possible for foreign Jews residing
in unoccupied France to earn a
livelihood or to move about
France. It was believed that ex-
emptions, if any, will be granted
only to Jewish war veterans.
These same sources stated that
Vallat's regulations will compel
all foreign Jews residing in
France to move to certain desig-
nated areas. Confirmation of,
this belief was furnished this
week when French police in va-
rious parts of the country con-
ducted wholesale raids against
foreign Jews. Two hundred and
fifty foreign Jews were sent to
specified areas under police
ROOSEVELT TALK
RINGS 031 IRE
of nazi mm
While Vallat, a pre-war reac-
tionary and anti-Semite, did not
Xse details of his contem-
anti-Jewish program, it
here that the
plated
was accepted
planned regulations will elimin-
ate French Jews from social, po-
itlca] economic and cultural
phase- of the country's national
Competent sources stated that
Vallat's program will make it lm-1 Sarah!
FROM OUR FOREIGN
LUimLSfuSDEn TS
After a German baby learns to
talk, it has to be taught to keep
quiet! The Axis propagandists
now have a word for it: "DAMM-
ocracy! Overheard in Pales-
tine: "You never kissed so won-
derfully before, Rosle. Is it be-
cause we are in-a blackout?"
"No, it's because my name is
New lead rs of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, cen-
tral organization of Liberal Judaism in America, and of its affiliates:
Left to right: Bernard G. Sang. Chicag., president: National Federa-
tion ..I Temple Youth: Adolph Rosenberg, Cincinnati, chairman. U.
A H C executive board: Mrs. Hugo Hartman, Winnetka. president,
National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; Charles P. Kramer, New
York president, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods.
London (WNS)Violent repri-
sals against Jews in Germany
as a result of President Roose-
velt's strong anti-Nazi speech
was feared here as the Nazi press
and radio joined in a chorus of
abuse against the American Presi-
dent, describing him as "Jewish
influenced warmonger
Neutral quarters pointed out
that Hitler had warned several
months ago that threats of Amer-
ican intervention in European af-
fairs would lead to intensified
persecution of Jews in Germany
and other Nazi-occupied coun-
tries.
From all reports received here
it is evident that the President's
address, had immediate anti-
Jewish repercussions in Germ-
any. The Nazi press demanded
that all Jews be ousted from
Berlin as their punishment for
the work of "their Jewish breth-
ren in America."
One thousand Jewish famlies
have already been evicted from
their home in Berlin, it was re-
ported, preumably to make room
for Germans bombed out of their
homes in Hamburg, Bremen, Kiel
and other German targets of the
R. A. F.
Plans are afoot. Nazi papers
reported, to confiscate the home
of all Jews in Berlin and other
.arge centers and turn them over
to "Aryan" mode "homeless by
British air attacks. The destina-
tion of Jews driven from their
homes was not disclosed. 1.000
Jewish families have already tak-
en temporary residence in over-
crowded Jews in districts of
smaller cities and in partially de-
stroyed sqnagogues.
Typical of the reaction of the
Nazi-controlled press to Presi-
dent Roosevelt's speech was that
of the Voelkischer Beobachter
which charged in a front-page ed-
itorial that the address clearly
showed the influence of Jewish
advisers and described it a a
"mixture of pious demagogy,
conscious and purposeful mutila-
tion of established facts, threats
and provocationin a word, wor-
thy testimony to that democracy
Roosevelt pretends to defend, a
democracy that is only the sign
of the crassest dictatorship of
money."
YUGOSLAV JEWS DESTITUTE
PLAYED DECISIVE
PART IN NEAR EAST
Khartoum, Anglo-Egyptian Su-
dan (WNS)Jewish soldiers, in-
cluding a large contingent of
Europe, played a decisive role in
the British rout of the Italians in
Ethiopia, according to British
officers here.
British officers reported that
the fighting unit, which was given
the task of cleaning out the last
Italian centers of resistence, was
ZIO^YSTLEADERS ARe'aLIVE composed of 40 per cent Arabs
and the rest Jews. In addition
Geneva (Palcor Agency)The
ruin of the once prosperous Jew-
ish community of 68.000 in Yugo-
slavia was graphically portrayed
in a summary of its present posi-
tion made available here. As in
all countries occupied by the
Germans, the Jews have within
the few weeks since the Ger-
man and Italian invasions been
to the refugees, the unit recruited
Jews from Egypt, Circassia and
Armenia.
The officers said that the men
were chosen for their tough fibre
and speed of movement to de-
moralize Italian lines of com-
munication. One of the officers
of the unit was a professor in
Cairo. The medical officer was
rendered completely destitute, a noted Czech doctor who volun-
Anti-Jewish measures have been teered after escaping fromaNa-
rigorously applied and the vie- ii concentration camp in Prague.
; Urns have lost all possible means The Jews and Arabs demon-
of self-support rat- d their military prowess on
It L reported here tha, Dr.la hill nei Amba Alaji, where
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
I the continued co-operation of avery group in the c=f "u" i'mnrntna
, tor next week', it.ue (hould be In the office by Wednesday morn ng.
To avo.d possible confuelon and overl.pp.no. oWjWt f 0;"'"*,onJ
j .re requested to notify thle bureau of tentative date. a. early a.
""The Jewl.h Florldlan. 21 8. W.. 2nd y*. venue, phone 2-1141. which
conduct, the bureau for all organization.. .. ready to rve any time In
the matter of clearing date*.
Isaac Alkalay, Uir chief rabbi of
Yugoslavia, is still alive. Rabbi
Alkalay. who is a former mem-
ber of the Yugoslavian senate.
left Belgrade at the outbreak of
the war and has not yet re-
turned to the city.
The Zionist leaders Pobs and
they conducted a successful at-
tack which paved the way for
the surrender of the Duke of
Aosta. Italian Viceroy of Ethio-
pia. The British commander paid
tribute to the harmony between
the Jews and Arabs.
Despite the fact that members
ine z.lonisi ii'aui-is vua ...~ -i---- ---- __., .,c
Licht. and all other members of of the unit spoke in a.many-as
the Zionist Federation Executive 30 different language, the.officer,
in Zagrem. are alive, the sum- said they had no difficulty in
marv ..veals. |giving orders.
BBTH JACOB HKBREW SCHOOL
opin every week In the year and
Sunday .Sessions begin Sunday
morning, October JO. 1940, ending
Sunday morning. May 16th. 1941.__
EVERT MONDAY EVENINGT. W.
H. A. bowling game..
SECOND MONDAY every month, reg-
ular meeting of Senior Hadassah.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
i.f each month, regular meeting of
Ladle. Auxiliary Jewl.h War Vet-
erans and also Freda Markowlt.
Toot.
FOl'RTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women". Division, American Jew-
ih Congress
FOURTH MONDAY every month.
board meeting. Senior Hadassah.
VERT TUESDAY MORNINGTern-
Fie Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Cle.se. benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hull.
SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Ksuerhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting, 1:00 p. n-
at tenter, Euclid Ave. and 14th
llaee.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular me.t-
lag of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rlth.
JT/NE
14Y-Ettes Barn Dance and Box
Supper. Y. M. H. A.
,24 National Children's Conva-
lescent Home, Denver, card
party, Grossinger Hotel.
15Workmen's Circle 692, meet-
ing, Biscayne Collins Hotel.
22 Workmen's Circle 692, boat
ride. Boat Biscayne.

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FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
tor Jewish Children. Denver
EVERY TUESDAY EVEM.NO-T-
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubrooma.
EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katr Kap
van Hall, from 10 to 4 P"g.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
P M at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON-
Y W H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Rod Cross at Y ttubrooma.
EVERY THURSDAY EUMNG-
B'na.1 B'rlth bowling games B
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenlags, 8:15 o'clock. Y. M, H. A.
Ev^V^AT^r'ApERNOON
home. 1069 Colllna Ave., Miami
Beach. ,
24Workmen's Circle 692, elec-
tion of officers, Biscayne Col-
lins Hotel.
29Workmen's Circle 692, in-
stallation of officers, Bis-
cayne Collins Hotel.
18-Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter, card and mah jongg
party, Grossinger Hotel, at
8 p. m.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1341
The ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
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The Jew* and Isolationism
Because cf the Nazi-inspired
propaganda about the relation-
ship of the Jews to the war. it
is most interesting to examine
the analysis of the Gallup poll
signed to determine "isolation-
and "interventionist" senti-
j states'
As reported on page four of
the New Yerk T::v. :' Friday.
May 16. the Gallup poll shows
:.-.-. ten m st 'interventii nist"
tat st Flori la, Arizona.
Wyoming. T .. x ;-..-. Alabs
N rtfa Carolina. Colorado. Missis-
sippi, V Arkansas In
(forts being made
by cert itionist 1 rces to
..... is signifi-
- that :. proj rti n : .*
in these ter states is far below
proportion in the countrj
Acccrding :o statistics as
i by Dr H S Linfield which
were printed in the American
Jewish Year Book for the J
5701. Jews in this country as of
1?3T represented 3 69". of the to-
tal population country
In the ten states above mention-
ed. Jews represent not quite 0.71
of the total population.
The ten most 'isolationist*'
states, as revealed by the same
poll, are Wisconsin. Minnesota,
Iowa. Indiana. Ohio. Massachu-
setts. New Hampshire, Illinois.
Michigan and Nebraska. In these
ten states, the Jewish population
represents just under 2.9rc of the
total. In other words, in these
10 "isolationist" states the Jew-
ish proportion of the population
is over four times as great as in
the ten most "interventionist"
states.
It is also intt resting that New
York State, with by far the grej t-
est density of Jewish population. I
(lT.06cr of the total population!. I
is shown by the poll to be almost |
exactly midway between the j
"isolationist" and the "interven-;
tior.ist" extremes.
Besidt s X w Y. rk, there are'
only six states in the Union
where Jewish population bears a1
proportion to the total popula- [
tion in excess of the nations
percentage. 3.69^. None of these
falls into the extreme 'intervi n-
tionist" group, and one. Illinois,
is in the most "isolationist"
group.
Flag Day
Question: Someone said to me
recently in a conversation about
Flag Day that he understood a
Jew started this celebration. Is
this so?
Answer: Yes. Flag Day. June
14. which is now celebrated as
the anniversary of the adoption
of the emblem of the United
States( should hold a special in-
terest for the Jews For it was a
distinguished Jew. Benjamin Al-
th< imer. an immigrant from
Gi rmany, who largely was re-
sponsible for its observance. Mr
Altheimer urged the date of June
14 in commemoration of the ac-
ti n taken by the American Con-
gress on June 14. 1777. to make
the Stars and Strides our flag.
as pi posed by Betsy Ross
Mr. Altheimer's idea took root
and the first Flag Day was ob-
served June H. 1912 in St Louis
Three year later President Wil-
son issued the first presidential
proclamation in connection with
the event, which now is a legal
holiday.
The Nordic Hen
Chickens are Nordic, tool
If you seek "scientific" (Nazi-
style' proof of this astounding
statement you might turn to
page 465 of the Zentralblatt fuer
die gesamte Neurologie und Psy-
chiatric. 1939. which gives a re-
view of a recent work entitled
the "Psychological Structure of
Hens of Different Races." This
book dealing with the psychol-
ogy i' i of chickens is introduced
by a foreword entitled "Struggle
for a philosophy of life at the
, University." One can gather the
contents from the review, which
says:
"This is a work of magnificent
proportions. It finds its premises
in the theses of E. R. Jaensch.
according to whom the funda-
mental characteristics of human
nature can probably also be ob-
served in the animal world. The
Northern, as well as the South-
ern races, are said to have com-
mon characteristic. In the case of
the Northern races, there is a
greater sluggishness, but also a|
greater degree of stability, more
dependability of responses (Reak-
tions-sicherhcit). The northern
type of hens are said to corres-
pond to the northern type of hu-
man beings and the same thing
is said to hold for the southern
".; [ of hen."
The above quotation is but one
of the gems contained in an in-
t"r<*ing et entitled
"Chickens Are Nordic TooThe
Nazis Condemned Out of Their
Own Mouths," compiled by Dr
Walter E. Roloff of the Colorado
School of Mines. The purpose
which the pamphlet serves is well
stated in the introduction to be
that of giving us an understand-
ing of the character of the agres-
sor against whom we are arming
ourselves.
Ideologies are important, and
only by a study of the Nazis' own
statements can we realize fully
their implications that "the Ger-
manic Aryans are a God-chosen
superior race and entitled as such
to lord it over other races. All
other peoples have no rightful
place upon this planet save as
they can be expoited for the
benefit of the superior race." Dr
Roloff tries to remove a popular
misconception which has been
the basis for much talk of a
negotiated peacethe nation that
the whole fabric of National So-
cialism is the gigantic creation of
one superman, and that if Hitler
were removed from the picture.
Nazism would collapse. Defin-
I itely this is an ovenmplification
j of the problem, according to the
writer. "A destructive revolu-
1 tionary force would still carry on.
probably under a Hitler without
, a moustache." A study of Nazi
I literature extracts from which
Roloff cites, reveals this clearly
It is important to recognize that
"Hitler is but the medium through
which certain old ideologies art
transformed into decrees, into of-
ficial pronouncements."
""Chickens Are Nordics. Too."
is well worthy of study. It may
be obtained upon request from
the Florida Regional Office of
the ADL.
Round Table
The local Round Table of the
Conference of Christians and
Jews is conducting a member-
ship campaign in the Miami area
through which it is hoping to en-
roll at least 1000 new members
in the organization. The Round
Table is dedicated to the promo-
tion of better understanding
among Protestants. Catholics and
Jews. The Catholic, Protestant
and Jewish co-chairmen respec-
tively are as follows: Andrew T.
Healey, Daniel Redfern. Arthur
A. Ungar.
The offiee of the Amti-Deftmtticn
League it lo.a--ed u 117 Seybo'-d BI4g.,
Miami, phone .--6J06. All Undo eommun
'tws ore invited to smi'J themsel-.es of the
': 0 '. ,'J ro the >iyjntation on*! ;.
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How China"s 400 million people
are today just beginning to fight
the invading armies of Axis-
Partner Japan is shown in the
latest March of Time film.
"China Fights Back." which is
currently showing at the Lin-
coln theatre. Miami Beach.
Although China has already
suffered grave losses in her four-
year-old war with aggressor-na-
tion Japan, the March of Time
shows, she is today mobilizing
her full man power and indus-
trial resources for a new struggle
to drive out the invader and re-
establish her national economy.
Under Generahssimo Chiang
Kai-shek, the first man in 800
years big enough to unify and
direct tremendous energies of the
Chinese people. China was wel.
on the road toward becoming.an
exemplary democratic nation
when the war began.
In "China Fignts Back." the
March of Time shows how thi
people are today continuing their
all-out effort to preserve their
national independence and their
free democratic wav of life.
Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
PHONE 4-4 240
FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS
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RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone haiT'n* articles of
clotblnc furniture, etc. that
are not belnc uad or needrd.
pleaac cooperate with the La-
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If Ysu Cannot Bring These
to the
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Locate* at 1(7 N. W. 5th St
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Mrs- Morris Dubler. MM'
Mrs Harry Ksufman, S-4MS
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Mrs. Mayer Schwartz, 2 m**
end thsy will e* called for
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Summer Dances and Floor Shows
Begin Sunday. June 8
Aaron Edelman. chairman of
the Sunday night dance commit-
tee, announces that plans have
been completed for the weekly
Sundav night dances and floor
shows that will take place every
Sunday night beginning Sunday.
June 8 at 8:30 o'clock at the "Y
auditorium No expense has been
spared to make these evenings
the most pleasant of its kind. A
high class orchestra and a com-
plete floor show will cnt. I
Admission is only 10c per per-
son.
The "Y" with its programs, has
tried to reach every age and w<
feel that this is something that
could be enjoyed by everyone
The continuance of the succeed-
ing Sunday night dances will de-
pend on the response we receive
this Sunday> night. Please help
us by coming here Sunday night
Y. M. H. A. Bowling League
Wins State Tournament
The Y M. H. A Whites, mem-
bers of the Y M. H. A. Bowling
Leage. won the State Tourna-
ment Class B Duck Pin Champ-
ionship recently held at the Mi-
ami Recreation Alleys in which
many teams in this area compet-
ed The final score was 1635 Sol
Weinkle was the individual high
scorer. Other members of the
winning team are Jerry Gold-
smith. Al Berkowitz. Abe Berko-
witz and Sam Tendrich.
Home Camp
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that booklets
have been sent out describing,
in detail, the Home Camp pro-
, ject which commences on Monday
morning; June 23. Registration
are now open and those inter
ed are requested to register their
: children immediately. Ever)
! child will have to undergo a rigid
1 physical examination before be-
ing admitted to camp.
Sub Seniors Sponsor Picnic
The Sub Seniors of the Y M
H. A. will hold a picnic on Sun
(day. June 8 at Greynolds Park
j All those interested, please me t
' at the Y. M. H. A. grounds t >
Sundav at 9:30 a. m.
Flag Day Ceremonies June 15
Once more we remind you i :'
the Flag Day ceremonies which
will take place at the Y on Sui
day. June 15. at 2 o'clock. E
Albert Pallot will be master
ceremonies and the prill
speaker will be the Hon. Jan".'
A. Dunn, city commissioner.
The third in a series of lecturt
on "Marriage and tho Family.
sponsored by the Y. M. H. A.
Cultural Committee, will tak.
place next Wednesday evening.
June 11th. at 8:30 o'clock at 'he
"Y" auditorium. At that tin*
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
the subject. "The Jewish Con
ception of Marriage."
The public is cordially im .;. d.
Herbert A. Frink
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BEACH FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO
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FRIDAY. JUNE 6, 1941 *'JenisiirkrMton PAGE THREE Plain Talk MAY 10. 1991 by AL SEGAL By the time you read this column a very important meeting of a special committee will have been held. The report of this meeting will be given at the next lodge meeting. Although the lodge has for a long time stuck out its chest because of its numerical strength, yet its officers have done so with tongues in cheek. Too many members have been lax in paying their obligations to the lodge. It is not enough to praise the wonderful work of the lodge in the field of anti-ill-tarnation. Student Union, A Z. A., refugee rehabilitation, Americanism, etc. Your praise should be accompanied by a check to make such work possible In order to bring so many of our delinquent members back into th>active fold this special meeting was called. Its purpose was to form teams headed by in. Each team was to be responsible for the collection of dues a specified number of membi rs In addition to this retention angle, the teams were given much wider duties, to wit: Dear Mr. Segal: We are five friends. One evening recently we were having our weekly poker game, but even the intrigue "i poker doesn't hold one's attention long enough in these awA^t ,0 '". UCh u Whcn il pi BOing to become of it and cs "T nl s ch as %  forth worth saving anyway? ev U at A P 7 W '"" A d ^ ^ !" %  •* neve that A. Z. A. is the most to a contest which I reeard as important work that B'nai B'rith fascinating as poker. A?KtU th-?i .h n. ,S ,nl ii r Vr t ,,U! '" %  '•'' is J s bout as uncertain as that the national HUlel essay conpoker, it is this: Each of us test winner, the national Hillel agreed to write in 500 words national Hm TH Tl "T' f ^ *£* '" his "' jinion tne ""^ national Hillel debate champions will be like in 1991. Since we are all A. Z. A. boys. This is just are all Jews, it was stipulated one example to prove my point, that in each prophecy some refBefore letting my enthusiasm erence must be made to the state carry me away Id better switch of the Jews in the year 1991 the subject temporarily. The live prophecies will be deBrother Marty Milstein is sendposited in a safety box to be oping out notices to all those who "' '' on May 10, 1991. The probowled last year in the very suephet who will be found to have cessful B'nai B'rith Bowh: closest to foreseeing the League informing them that a condition of the world 50 years new League is being formed. Plaj will be toasted in chamwill be every Wednesday night pagne, whether he is living or at the Miami Recreation Centei : : The survivors will gather located on s Miami avenue and •'" dinner for that purposi Third street. There are no doubt Yet 5u years are a long time many of our brothers who did l wait for the finish of a connot play last year who would like : st It occurred to us to furnish to join us this year. Come out I our contest with something of the the responsibility of contacting I and really enjoy yourselves. I thrill of immediacy by inviting a specified number of members Last year one half of the bowlers >'" u to join it. Instead of being prior to every Lodge meeting to • had never seen a bowling alley deposited in the box your proinsure their presence at meetings.. before in their lives but before | phecy will be put in your column With more members present at I the season ended they were all : tor immediate reading in 1941, meetings there will be greater doing well. yet will be judged with the five fraternal spirit, more ideas will j Tnjs coming Tuesday night at • o tners '" 1991 li ultimately it be born and brought forward. 830 p m proml)tly a regular ,doesn't win the prize, it will at and the Lodge and the members mect j n g 0 f shokm Lodge will! Icast ht ''P >' ou to *'" vour column will benefit materially. Do your i j a jj e ylace at the Y M II A Mr ln ln s vear 1941. I subscribe mypart in either volunteering to; Frank Malone well'known radio %  •* E c ln u -' nalf of tht Fivtd sene on these teams or. if not on | commenlator wU be th(1 gucst Piophets, Chicago. 111. (Date ot a team, cooperate with these, speak (, r Thjs promises to be lnt dinner. May 10. 1991. place, workers when you are approached I anothcr outstanding meeting Do C h '"8 0 -> n „ .,„, for payment of dues and are i not exprcss ngnt UlUr that you We y cs: n %  *** 10 1991 the asked to attend meetings. | were not present Be sure to Not to be outdone the Miami'come and bring your friends. Beach chapter sponsored a tri-1 city convention this past month Coui'csy Th* National Jewish Monthly. Published by B'nai Bii' 1 WHO SAID "LONE EAGLE"? A. Z. A. The Miami Chapter on .'.Ionencompassing Miami. Miami. day Junp 9th wU] navc a (h ea tre Beach, and West Palm Beach. This too was highly successful. In largo communities such as party at the Mayfair theatre. Norman Somberg manager of the diamond ball team has anours we sometimes lose sight of. nounci d that the first in a series the active work of any individual! of games plavmg tne Deac h ehapyouth organization. Would youL, wlll get under way Sunday. believe that there are some mem1 June 8lh at Flaminco Park. This hers of this community who series js plavod {or a cup which criticize the placing in this col-, the Mianu chapter presented to umn mention of A. Z. A.? I have I he u anl winnlll g the m< games been told that I stress A. Z. A. too much in my column and this j ami chapUT IS 0U! ,., tak their I Thank You! Without any question of doubt, my victory is one that belongs to all the People since I made no promises to any group or individual. I dedicate myself to continued good government on Miami Beach. Most sincerely. Ulolfson (Paid Pol. Ad.) aging Mr. Segal was giving his mind to his column. As had been his custom in all the weeks of all the years before, ne had put off the matter of his column until the last minute. Mr. Segal never was a man who believed in doing today what just as well could be done tomorrow. To this procrastination he ascribed his ripe old years. Mr. Segal always had aked. what's the rush, anyway, and thus, leisurely strolling all the way, he had come pleasantly to his old age. On this day of May 10, 1991. Mr. Segal seated at his typewriter, was puffing hard at his ancient pipe. Writing a Jewish column had become more and more Are you registered for Humei difficult for Mr. Segal. Whereas series last year The Micup back this yi ai Defense yet? JOHNNIE and MACK "By the Railroad Track" PAINT. TOP AND BODY SHOP We Repair to Your Satisfaction 74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3 7681 T CAPITOL N. MIAMI AVE. DOWNTOWN NOW SHOWING Charlie Chaplin "The Great Dictator" with „ PAULETTE GODDARD JACK OADE 20c noon to 1 — 25c 1 to 6 35c after 6 Including Tax ATTENTION ALL BUSINESS OWNERS 'S ALL YOUR CASH BEING REGISTERED CORRECTLY? SALES AUDIT SERVICE ln The Butin. World O",, Employee! 1S21 tcrn... "&•!•• Auditina by Tit Purcl>ti"0" alJ r\nc 12870 'W1 SECURITY BUILDING F. A. HARDIN. MB'PHONE 3 2870 1 in the old days of 1941 he could %  get a whole column out of one pipeful. Mr. Segal hadn't even one idea even after six pipefuls. This was not due to any diI minution of the vigor of his mind lor of the sparkling flow of his j humor, or of the sharp point of his satire. It was simply that the peaceful and quiet course of I events in the year 1991 wasn't providing Jewish columnists much to write about. Mr. Segal thought back to the remote time when he could pick a Jewish problem practically out of anything and make a column out of it in an hour. That was the time when Jews were being blamed for everything, even for Hitler: for there were those whp said that if it weren't for Jews there wouldn't be any Hitler. All this made for militant Jewish life, since there were manyJews who didn't begin to feel Jewish until they got hurt. The pain stirred many Jews to a vigorous consciousness of what they were. Not that Jews in the anguish of their travail gathered at their altars to give their hearts to the comforts of the Lord God Jehovah whose spiritual consolations Jews knew of old. It was not as in the former times when in the bitter storms Jews kept warm at the burning bush that was never consumed. No! In the period of 1941 Israel kept warm by the heat of fierce controversy in his own] house : Jews scattered themselves in sections to go and fight eneI mies in diverse directions. This I was called Jewish life. With a j twinkle in his prophetic eye Mr. i Segal wondered what could be-1 come of Jews when there as no j more of the pain of anti-Semitj ism to keep them feeling Jew, ish. (He suggested whimsically \ that in that event a few antij Semites might be subsidized by! organizations in the perpetuation of Judaism.) The great social changes that | occurred after the Second World ; War brought the qucstic'.i of how to save Israel poignantly to the front. Israel had been saved from Hitler but now arose the more difficult matter of saving Israel from himself. The execution of Hitler had : been a symbolic gesture of mankind's intention to be rid for good of all the old cruelties, injustices and aggressions, and to i establish a world more just and j lovely. Indeed, after that, the table of SOCJal justice became full enough j for everybody, and there was no more shoving, no more scrambj ling for the crumbs, no more of | the old. unseemly quarreling at the table. The brotherhood sat at peace j enjoying the fullness of the good table and Israel had his rightful place. Israel had come at las: to peace. When everybody had j enough. Israel no longer was despised as an intruder; he was as popular as anybody. Anti-Semitism was no more than any of the other extinct disi ases of which mankind had rid himself on his upward way. Israel's body was safe but he as not saved. In all the evil year before he had lived only by his pain, and now. being without pain, he had nothing more to liveby as Israel. In those years of living by pain he had neglected the spiritual essence that made him Israel who once stood at Sinai and who had been the prophet and who had kept on living even after he permitted his body to be consumed by flames rather than to yield his faith. But in the period of his last persecution he had learned to live only by his pain and what had been saved was only the empty shell of Israel. The spirit was dead. On this day, May 10. 1991. there wasn't much of Jewish life for a columnist to write about. Mr. Segal was very tired anyway. He was on his eighth pipeful and hadn't gathered in one idea to write about, except the time-worn reiteration that Israel was dead from the heart up. He pulled the blank piece of paper from his typewriter, crumpled it, tossed it into the wastebaskct. 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PAGE FOUR Jew 1st rkrkfiar) FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1941 H wJewisti Florid fan PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Hntered as Second Class Blatter July 4. :'.'30 at the I'ost Office Of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1<7.< ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 S1.00 MIAMI, VOLUME 14 FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1941 NUMBER 23 A PROBLEM The problems of American Jewry though not as disastrous and pitiful as that of European Jewry are many—all serious and complicated. Though the seriousness is evident, the complicities do not mean that they are not understandable but that the realization and absorption of these problems by American Jewry in their communities are far from being taken care of in the proper manner. While communities such as ours are cognizant of the existing and ever-increasing refugee problem, this cognizance is purely on the surface, delving no deeper than a scant awareness to all of us, with the exception of a few. The burden of helping integrate the refugee or newcomer into our community is one that must be shared by all. The Miami Refugee Committee in charge of this work for this area, with its management in capable hands, is limited in its accomplishments and success until it has the support and active participating interest and backing of the entire Jewish community, individually and organizationally. The adjustment of refugees into the community and the American Way of Life is necessary to continue our American Way of Life. Newcomers should become active in our organizations and religious groups, if necessary eliminating dues for them for a time. We must at all cost obviate the possibility of a "refugee colony" in our community. The local committee, already taking care of the economic and physical needs of these refugees, is making a bid for this moral and social source for these individuals. It has called a conference this coming week to instill into our community the proper spirit and reception to this problem. Our participation is obligatory. [JEWISH BEFI6EES PEFEHP PALESTINE A close-up of one of the more ihan 9.000 Jewish soldiers in Palestine, many of them refugees from HHIerism, who stand ready to defend the Jewish homeland against attack k> ilie totalitarian forces. Through the support of the United Palestinf \ : ><-al, the Jewish community of 530,000 in Palestine must ho en.Ir-il to mobilize its manpower as well as its industrial and agriiwiii;, .., rcsourcM to strengthen the Jewish homeland's posilioa asa baMiou i>f democracy in the Middle East. American Jewry is seeking In r.. i ".000,000 for the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Ovcrem Weeds and Palestine in which the United Palestine Appeal is represented together with the Joint Distribution Committee and Naional Refngce Service. OFFICERSELECTED FOR FEDERATION AT RECENT MEET (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) committee are R. R. Adler, Leo Eienstein. Sol Goldstrom. M. J. Kopelowitz. Isaac Levin, Leo Robinson, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Carl Weinkle, Joseph Weintraub. Mitchell Wolfson. Chairman of the budget committee is Max Orovitz. On the budget committee are George Chertkof, Dr. Frank Coret. Irving Frankel, Arthur Lavigne. Joseph Lipton. Jesse Scheinman, Monte Selig, I. Shapoff, Joseph Stein. Other business of the evening included a report of the 1941 campaign by Mr. Myers, various committee reports and introduction of the Southern Regional Director of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds. I. Kingloff. With regard to the vacancy of the executive directors position. a motion was passed reading "that the selection of an executive director be referred to the executive committee and that such committee shall select a professional, experienced executive director.' N.R.S. ADD PIES T0D!REGT0RSF0R REFUGEEJERVICE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) budget of S4.342.000 ... A conservative budget intended only to meet minimum needs. As can be seen, it is more than double the initial allotment from the United Jewish Appeal The possibility that the work of the National Refugee Service may be faced with a disastrous financial crisis, creating a situation which will work hardship on both the refugee and the American Jewish Community must be avoided." Mr. Greenleigh pointed out the difficult age problem the agency must face, "the problem of what to do with the increasingly older group of refugeese. Over half the refugees registered for employment with the agency are over 40 years of age and 44 per cent of our relief group have been receiving assistance for more than a year." Mr. Greenleigh urged expansion of the agency's vocational retraining and capital loan services as a partial solution to the problem. Refugee retraining by NRS at present, he reported, offers course in 30 different trades and occupations, including dental mechanics, baking, restaurant cooking, millinery, power machine operation, upholstery, printing, accounting, auto repair, and domestic service. He cited the retraining courses being made available in such communities as Philadelphia, Rochester, Milwaukee, Boston, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Baltimore, in addition to NRS efforts in New York. Day J. Apte, of Miami and Alexander Brest of Jacksonville, were among those elected to the Board of Directors of the National Refugee Service at the annual meeting of the Board in New York City on May 25th. FRINK AND BURBRIDGE ARE HIGH MEN IN BEACH VOTE Herbert A. Frink and William Burbridge were the two high men in the Miami Beach Council election last week and will serve for four-year terms. Re-elected to office to serve for two-year terms were Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mitchell Wolfson and John Levi in the order named. Two holdover councilmen are Val C. Cleary and Robert Ralston. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONWAR ECHOES The seven-day wonder of Rudolf Hess has more or less petered out as we write this, but we thought you'd like to know that a picture which had just been finished when he made his flight had a new scene added to it, with a reference to Hess And that only a couple of weeks before the Hess incident a number of Hollywood studios turned down a scenario featuring a similar event, on the grounds that it was too unbelievable Erika Mann, daughter of Thomas Mann and herself a well-known author, will soon be on her way back to England, we hear She's been invited by Lord Duff-Cooper to make German broadcasts to the Reich on the significance of the Hess episode. The dopesters insist that Goebbels and Goering are having their differences of opinion with Boss Adolf And one Broadway reporter brings the news that the wife of a prominent German general is now a guest at a New York hotel ... A brother of movie producer Herbert Kline is anxious to go to Palestine to make a documentary film of the defense of the Jewish homeland But he's having a lot of trouble getting the financial backing needed for his project While the Chalutzim of Palestine are waiting with mounting anxiety for arms and equipment for their self-defense, a controversy has devejoped in the British press on the question whether these war materials should be supplied by England or by America Which impresses us as a procedure as intelligent as arguing about who should perform the physical act of locking the stable door while the horse-thieves are swiftly approaching. YOU SHOULD KNOW We understand that ex-Justice Louiss D. Brandeiss is very much impressed with the efficacy of B'nai B'rith's anti-defamation work, and believes that this wide-scope activity is playing a vital role in the curtailing of subversive activities An interesting idea is the Committee of Thirty Million, which aims to include in its roster all American citizens of foreign birth ... In recent weeks the fact that Nazism enjoys the position of an official state religion in Germany, with the Reich its God and Hitler its Messiah, has been brought to the attention of the American public—in particular, by the anti-Nazi league's magazine "Defense of Human Rights," and by Stanley High in The Living Age ... In an effort to disprove this proven fact, Dannemora Prison inmate Fritz Kuhn, who had consistently been refusing to attend the jail's chapel, finally decided to join his fellow convicts at the regular Sunday morning services. HISTORICAL NOTES An interesting item to remember on Decoration Day weekend is that the fact that the Confederacy came within a hair's breadth of being formally recognized by France and England was due to the astute statesmanship of Judah F. Benjamin, Jefferson's Secretary of State Did you know, by the way, that the long friendship between Benjamin and Davis started with a fight on the floor of the Senate, where Benjamin challenged Davis to a duel? And, as long as we're waxing historical, this is a good time to remind you that back in 1793 President Washington lived for a time at the home of Colonel Isaac Franks, who had been his aide-de-camp during the Revolutionary War. REFUGEE REPORT New York's cafe society is getting considerable competition from the newly discovered "cafeteria society," one phase of which we thought you might be interested in ... We mean the busy social life of New York's refugees from Hitlerism, who congregate at all hours of the day and night in the serve-yourself eaterie on Broadway between 72nd and 96th Streets. ABOUT PEOPLE If a certain agent succeeds in his efforts you may soon be hearing Magda Lupescu on the networks She would broadcast from the Cuban refuge she shares with ex-King Carol of Rumania S. Nebenzahl, producer of such famed films as Mayerhng," is in Hollywood now. neither Paris nor Vichy desiring his services His first assignment is expected to be a picture called "American Consul" Violinist Fritz Kreisler is at this writing slightly improved, but the virtuoso is still only semiconscious as result of the skull fracture he suffered when a truck ran him down last month .. Dancer Dagmar Godowsky, daughter of the famous pianist, may soon go back to Hollywood in search of stardom Most recent inter-marriage in Hollywood was the unexpected wedding of Phil Harris, the band leader, and Ahce Faye, the blonde 20th Century-Fox star Congratulations to banker Jules Bache on the acquisition of a greatgranddaughter The new arrival has been named after lim— Julienne Michel. WEEKLY GIGGLE Thank Harry Hershfield. radio's wittiest commentator, for the following laugh ... It s about a Jewish real estate man who with much fanfare announces that he has discovered the right way of cementing interreligious good will What America i£T! S ^l 3 ^ u es, ,6 nik is huge and impressive edifice to be known as the Universal House of Worship ... In that building provision would be made for all religions each creed having its own room built in an individual and appropriate 1 0 1 ^ m u u ? nte r f the s !" ture there would be an enormously large hall for the use of everybody Puzzled, S£.f2L2I! Sked the P lanner wh t the reason was for this big central room, and for what it would be used ... A question our hero answered with a single word: "Bingo!" q uwuon % 



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jflDAY. JUNE 6. 1941 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID ,35 N. W. Third Avenu* M AX MAPUTO, KabDI 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 PiruMDt Cale n da r Dily Services7:30 a.m. Evening Services — 6:00p.m. Siturday morning t :30a\.m, Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily— 3:13-:18 Sunday School 10:00-.IB. Jr Cor* Saturdaya_10:10 a. %  > Talmud Torah We urge parents who have not vet registered their children for the summer semester of our daily Hebrew school, to please attend to this matter at once. Classes are held daily from 9 to 12 a. m. under the direction of Mr. Louis Gadon Remember the study of Torah has precedence aver everything. Bar Mitzvah During the services this Saturday morning at 9:30 o"clock, Max. the son of Mr and Mrs. Chas. Kraft will become bar mitzvah. He will recite the "Maftir" and extend greetings to all worshipers. A reception will follow immediately after the benediction, and a cordial invitation is extended to all members and friends. Annual Congregational Dinner The Beth David annual Congregational dinner will be held this Sunday evening. June 8th. at 5:30 o'clock sharp, at the Beth David Auditorium. Sidney H. Palmer, president of the Congregation, will give the address of welcome. Rabbi Shapiro will deliver a resume of the highlights and happenings of the past year. Amendments of the charter and by-laws will be introduced and voted on. Election of officers and directors will take place; the new officers and directors will be formally introduced by Isidor Cohen, one of the founders of the Congregation. During the course of business, an elaborate dinner will be served. Please make sure that your reservations have been ir.ade. Card Party Mrs. Isador Fine, president of •he Sisterhood, wishes to announce that plans have been made for a card, bingo and mah WBgg party to be held at the southern Dairies Monday, June f 2 p. m. Members and J^nds are asked to join with us. *Jewisti fkrtgton PAGE FIVE MAURICE TAYLOR ESSfS of Nat *onal Conference WW, Social Welfare convened j^Uantic City, June 1st. L. FREDERICK BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 912 Congrats Building Phone 2-7112 R es. Phone 7-5192 M 'AMI, FLORIDA BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, RabOl 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5.1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4.0406 2263 S W. 21st Terrace The Bar Mitzvah of David Laufe, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Laufe of the Regal Hotel, will take place Saturday morning. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the boy. Refreshments will be served after the services, On Vacation Cantor Maurice Mamches will leave for a six weeks vacation this Saturday night. Religious School Our summer semester begins this coming Monday morning. Classes will be held from 9 to 12 each morning, registration daily during those hours. Weddings Charle Rosenberg and Miss Miriam Marcus were married last week at the Beth Jacob Synagogue by Rabbi Mescheloff. Louis Schatz and Miss Sara Fleischman were joined in marriage in a beautiful wedding ceremony held in the patio of Rabbi Mescheloff's home last week. Milton Weiss and Miss Cecile Alexander will be married this coming Sunday morning at the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Jewish Hour Rabbi Shapiro will be the speaker on the Jewish Hour. Sunday at 4:30 on Station W. I. O. D. 10 ARABS PLAGES JEWS IN GANGER Ankara (W N S)—The 550,000 Jews in Palestine must be armed immediately to remove the threat of anti-Jewish and anti-British uprisings in Palestine by insurgent Arab bands, equipped with machine guns and rifles by Nazi agents, it was reported here. Reports spread here that Axis agents stationed in Syria and Iraq have been smuggling large quantities of weapons and ammunition to renegade Arab tribes in the desert und mountains of Palestine. The intensive anti-Jewish propaganda campaign conducted by the Nazis is becoming increasingly effective among certain sections of the Arab population, these reports said, and guns now furnished to the Jewish community may soon mean the difference between life and death. Nazi planes, taking off from airfields in Iraq, have dropped leaflets on Palestine telling the Arabs that the time has come for the "holy war" against the British and Jews, urging Arabs to take up arms immediately against their British and Jewish oppressors. The Nazis are still getting guns to the Arabs in Palestine, it was reported, despite the precautions taken by the British and the recent seizure by British patrols of several camel caravans loaded down with munitions. A number of secret munitions stores in the desert have been recently discovered. Military quarters here estimated that the Jewish home defense units in Palestine must be given at least 50,000 rifles and ammunition, machine guns and hand grenades. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th SMreet Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1266 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738 Miami Beach MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SHABUOTH by HARRY KOVNER • Shabuoth! What a momentous day! Humanity's greatest holiday! On Shabuoth Day Creation beheld its greatest play. On that day from eternity's limitless space God revealed Himself to the human race And He came down from His heavenly nest. And all creation was thrilled When to a chaotic world filled With idolatry and crime He commanded a way of life sublime And He gave men Commandments Ten. And He framed a code of laws Perfect without human flaws— He revealed Himself in the Spring At a time of the year when everything Is re-created anew, When the earth is washed in dew When the sky is blue, When all nature under the sun Calls for life and fun. It was a hint to man That His Creation has a plan To build and not to destroy To re-create and enjoy To be strong and ever young Like the birds full of song. And that life harmonious may be Like creation itself—orderly Like the stars, moon and the sun All working in harmony as one. And He pointed out that He is near To those who are willing to adhere To the paths of Truth, noble and clean Free from crime and sin. SHABUOTH witnessed the birtn On this earth Of a true civilization— The Torah was the .foundation Of man's emancipation From evil and superstition. And of all the people on earth The Hebrews were the first to assert Their readiness His laws to receive And it was they who did conceive The oneness of a God above Who ruleth with mercy and love. And since that time Through every land and clime Bv day and by night They've carried the torch of light And though tortured and oppressed His Holy Name they've blessed. And the Torah have caressed WiS, tenderness in their breast. And they still spread his word Unafraid and unswerved And shall continue to blaze the trail T, all humanity His percepts will hailIn their mission they will not fail. Regular Friday evening services will continu-o at Temple Israel during the summer months with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Services will be held at 8:15 p. m. Confirmation At the Shovuoth service June 1st, fourteen members of the Religious School were participants in the Confirmation exercises. Principal theme of the addresses was "American Jewry,'' in which the confirmands presented a most interesting discussion on Jewish Roots in America, and American Roots in Hebrew Tradition. Youth Council The members of this year's Confirmation class, as well as those of the past two years, have been invited to the home of Rabbi Zwitman to a meeting on Sunday, June 8th. at 8:30 p. m.. where plans for a Youth Council will be discussed. It is our fervent Rope that parents of confirmands of this year and of past years, will encourage their children to continue as a group affiliated with our Temple. Yahrzeitz "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Jesse J. Adler. husband of Mrs. Tillie Adler; Tillie Bass, father of David Bass, Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs. Harry A. Miller: Frances Glanckopf. wife of Oscar Glanckopf. Yahrzeits: Amalia Wise Seckbach. mother of Mrs. N. Douglas Raff and Mrs. Harry Boyell; Minna Schreter, sister of Sidney Meyer. SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5 :30 p.m. Maariv 6 :00 p.m. Friday 5 :15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service. 9 :00a.m. In the Synagogue The daily services are continuing and both Minyonins meet every morning. Mincha services are conducted at 6:45 p. m. and Rabbi Kellner teaches Shulchan Oruch daily between Mincha and Maariv. Daily Maariv services commence 15 minutes after Maariv. The class in Pirkei Aboth will be conducted by Rev. H. M. Kagan this Shabbos in the absence of Rabbi Kellner who will be out of town for the week end. Congregational Meeting The regular monthly meeting I of the congregational memberBhip will take place this coming Tuesday. June 10 at 8:30 p. m. '. in the Talmud Torah hall. Ladies Auxiliary I The next regular meeting of i the Ladies Auxiliary will take place on Tuesday afternoon. June 10 at 2:30 oclock in the new synagogue. All ladies are urged to attend. A fine attendance and a splendid evening marked the Shevuos night celebration of the Auxiliary and we look forward to future events of similar nature. Special thanks are due to Mr. and Mrs. William Clein whose efforts helped much toward the success of the affair. Are you registered for Home Defense yet? Refugees who find haven in the United Stales are given vocation.! retraining %  MitUace by the National Refugee Service, which is called open, to provide for the integration and adjiMmcnl of the newcomers to the American way oi life Here we see a group of refuses learning the rudtmenu of denial mechanic*. During the lr four month, of 1941. 331 refugees received rrtra.nB help from the National RcfOBC* Service. This agency .. repre en.r.l oLtber with the Joint DMcihMion CemniHtea and the IJn.ted Matst Appeal in the $2S,000.000 Untied Jewish Appeal for Refugees Oversea. 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PAGE SIX *JcwlstrkrkUan FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1941 BRITISH PAPERS T London (WNS)—England's two most influential Jewish newspapers, the Jewish Chronicle and the Zionist Review, appealed to British labor to demand that the government depart from its present policy of appeasing the Arabs in Palestine at the expense of the Jews. The Jewish papers timed their appeals to coincide vith the opening in London of the annual conference of the British Labor Party. In its leading editorial, the Jewish Chronicle declared: "Hard-headed concern for Palestine regrets the persistence of the pernicious folly of attempting gratuitously to appease the Arabs at the expense of the Jews, despite the shock of the Iraqi rising. This policy misses no opportunity to restrict and discourage Jewish Palestine and reduce its residents to the status of secondrati citizens. This crass folly is i xpressed in the fantastic irony of cruel discrimination which lodges so-called illegal refugee immigrants in prison if they ar> Jews whilst not only allowing Greeks and Poles free entry if they are not Jews. but. in the case of the Poles, granting them special facilities. "The same error is responsible for the refusal to allow the Jews the elementary right to bear arms to defend their homes against the common enemy. The Jews are heart and soul for Britain, whatever be the fortunes of war. but nobody could be astonished if willingness to sacrifice the Jews to any clique who make themelves a nuisance will not lead primitive people everywhere else to decide disloyalty is the better-paying policy." The Zionist Review said: "In these days when Jewish life in Europe is being destroyed and Palestine is in the danger zone and the Jews, the first victims of Nazi aggression, are still waiting to be recognized as an ally, the policy of appeasement is still alive in Palestine and now the eyes of persecuted, hunted Jewish people are turned again to the progressive forces of the world, first of all the great British labor movement." Meanwhile. Colonial Undersecretary George H. Hall told the House of Commons that Palestine could not. for reasons of security, admit all refugees, whether Jewish or non-Jewish, from Nazi-occupied territories. The Colonial Undersecretary made this statement after David Adams, Laborite. had asked whether Paletine would provide a haven for Jewish refugees from Greece and other Nazi-held areas in the same manner that it has given refuge to non-Jewish refugees. At the same time. Hall denied reports circulating here that Palestine had interned nine Jewish refugees who arrived in the Holy Land after a perilous journey from Greece in an open boat. A bright ray in the Palestine situation was provided by Youth Aliyah headquarters here which disclosed that 1.205 young children winbrought to Palestine by Youth Aliyah during the first five months of 1941. According to figures made public. 341 came from Hungary, 239 from Yugoslavia. 225 from Rumania. 150 from Lithuania. 90 from Denmark. 64 from Bulgaria. 45 from Sweden. 43 from Turkey. 6 from Australia and 1 each from Greece and Cyprus. JEWISH PEOPLE RALLY IN SUPPORT OF SOLDIER EOS New York (WNS)—An unprecedented organizational achievement in setting up—within a few months—more than 158 local Army and Navy committees in 1 4 8 communities adjacent t o Army camps and Naval stations, with facilities towards meeting the entertainment, social and religious needs of the Jewish men in the armed forces of the United States, is recorded in the 1940-41 annual report of the National Jewish Welfare Board, made public by Frank L. Weil, president. The entire Jewish community throughout the country rallied to this undertaking, the report stated. Thirty-four leading national organizations are affiliated with or represented on the Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, and their branches assisted in the formation of the local committees. Also hundreds of Y. M. H. A.'s Y. W. H. A.'s and Jewish Community Centers affiliated with the Jewish Welfare Board made available their recreational and social facilities and served as focal points for community organization. ADL FLORIDA DIRECTOR IN ATLANTIC CITY AT MEETING William I. Boxerman director of the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League, is in Atlantic City this week attending the National Conference of Jewish Social Work, of which he is a member. On Sunday and Monday of next week he will also participate in a special conference of public relations professions from various parts of the country, who are conferring on civic-protective problems of the Jewish community. In this connection he will be a participant on one of the programs where he will give a review of the Miami situaton. INFORMATION WANTED A STATEMENT BY THE ADL REGARDING H. I. HEINZ CO. Our attention has been called to rumors circulating from mouth to mouth in this community that the H. J. Heinz Co. is a contributor to an anti-Semitic organization. These charges are a renewal of similar accusations which cropped up last fall throughout the country, based on an article appearing in a national publication. At that time, the Heinz Company published a documented pamphlet of evidence to show that the accusations were untrue. In addition to a specific recital of facts, this pamphlet contained the following declaration: "The H. J. Heinz Co. has never at any time, to its knowledge, contributed or in any way given assistance to any group, society or organization professing antiSemitic aims or seeking in anyway to foster prejudice based on religious or racial grounds. We have contributed often and. we think, generously to Jewish Protestant, and Catholic charitable, cultural and educational causes. We contend that there is nothing in our entire 71 years of history that could create any doubt along these lines. This statement cover, to the best of our knowledge, the responsible executives of our company as well as the company itself." The ADL sounds a note of warning to all who hear these rumors and who in turn give them further circulation. CASUALTIES LIST Information isVanted of Leon Beck who disappeared from his home in New York in 1935 and since June. 1936 has made no effort to contribute to the support of his wife, Minnie, who now finds herself in destitute circumstances. Mr. Beck, who is believed to be in Florida, working as a butcher, is 40 years of age, 5 ft. 8 inches tall, weighs 160 pounds, has blonde hair and greenish eyes. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47 th street. New York City. Are you registered for Home Defense yet? I THREE ROADS TO RESCUE REMAIN OPEN DESPITE NAN During tlir past five months, in the midst of the invasion of the Balkans and the spread of the war to the Mediterranean, hundreds of thoutandx of Jews overwhelmed hy war and oppression in many parts of the world received vital relief and reconstructive aid from American Jewry through the funds raised hy the t'niled Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Oversea". Needs and Palestine. William aiding the <., iin.in economy or violating the British Morkade, the Joint Distribution Committee fed and clothed hundreds of thousands of men. women and children in Nazi Poland and other European land*, Many of the 100,000 Jewish refugees in France received assistance through the J.D.C. Photo < above left) picture* refugee* in unoccupied France. Although the shadows of war required the greatest mobilization of Manpower and materials of the Jewish community of 550,000 in Palestine for defense of the Jewish homeland, the support provided by the United Paleatine Appeal also made possible continued upbuilding and immigration to provide new home* for refugee*, ome of whom are shown in ell••!,, (above right). U.P.A. is helping Palestine meet the grave war crisis. In the United State*, the National Refuse* Service has been going forward with it* program of adjustment and integration of ihe newcomer* fo these shores. The resettlement and retraining program* of the N.R.S. have provided the opportunity for making produrlive American citizens of the refugees. In photo (lower right) a group of refugees are ^earning to become baker** helpers. Jerusalem (Palcor Agt ncj Two Palestinian Jews kill. action, three wounded and twenty-nine—all drivers—missing ire listed in the official third list of Palestinian war casualties issued. Actual deaths of Palestinian Jews serving with the British forces thus far recorded, th refore, amount to nineeteen. two having been listed on May 23rd and seventeen on May 18th. The Jerusalem radio stat i that developments were expected in Syria and that all forces were ready. Headaches Simple Neuralgia] or Muscular, Pains. YESHIVOS FONDATION HAS EXPANDED IN AMERICA New York—The United Yeshivos Foundation, with offices in New York, organized in 1938 to assist the Jewish day schools of the metropolis during a period of financial stress, now announces that it has extended its influence throughout the United States. During recent weeks three additional schools, in the east, west, and far west, have joined the Foundation for cooperation financially and pedagogically. DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER RECEIVES HONOR DEGREE Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of The Temple, Cleveland, received the degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters Honoris Causa at the 58th graduation exercises held at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, May 24 th. r r you never have had any of these pains, be thankful They can take a lot of the Joy out of life. If you have ever suffered, as most of us have, from a headache, the next time try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS. You will find them pleasant to take and unusually prompt and effective In action. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are also recommended for Neuralgia, Muscular Pains, Functional Menstrual Pains and pain following tooth extraction. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain PiUs do not upset the stomach or leavo you with • dopey, drugged feeling. At Your Drug Store: 25 Tablet* 11 M 25 Tablets 25* Brifan aV neom la pookas*• 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST & LARGEST All-Year Hotel THE RIVIERA Near Daytona Beach. 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nuDAYjuNlii!!! Jew! si) fkriaffrun PAGE SEVEN Vichy (WNS)— Xavicr Vallat, appointed recently by Marshal Petain as Commissioner General (or Jewish Questions in un-occupied France, has reported from rnnre that after consultation supC rvision. S Na/> officials he has in JSaration 16 different laws for L-ntinn ol the Jcw.sh problem. possible for foreign Jews residing in unoccupied France to earn a livelihood or to move about France. It was believed that exemptions, if any, will be granted only to Jewish war veterans. These same sources stated that Vallat's regulations will compel all foreign Jews residing in France to move to certain designated areas. Confirmation of, this belief was furnished this week when French police in various parts of the country conducted wholesale raids against foreign Jews. Two hundred and fifty foreign Jews were sent to specified areas under police ROOSEVELT TALK RINGS 031 IRE OF NAZI mm While Vallat, a pre-war reactionary and anti-Semite, did not Xse details of his contemanti-Jewish program, it here that the plated was accepted planned regulations will eliminate French Jews from social, po%  itlca] economic and cultural phaseof the country's national Competent sources stated that Vallat's program will make it lm-1 Sarah! FROM OUR FOREIGN LUimLSfuSDEn TS After a German baby learns to talk, it has to be taught to keep quiet! The Axis propagandists now have a word for it: "DAMMocracy! Overheard in Palestine: "You never kissed so wonderfully before, Rosle. Is it because we are in-a blackout?"— "No, it's because my name is New lead rs of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, central organization of Liberal Judaism in America, and of its affiliates: Left to right: Bernard G. Sang. Chicag., president: National Federation ..I Temple Youth: Adolph Rosenberg, Cincinnati, chairman. U. A H C executive board: Mrs. Hugo Hartman, Winnetka. president, National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; Charles P. Kramer, New York president, National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods. London (WNS)—Violent reprisals against Jews in Germany as a result of President Roosevelt's strong anti-Nazi speech was feared here as the Nazi press and radio joined in a chorus of abuse against the American President, describing him as "Jewish influenced warmonger Neutral quarters pointed out that Hitler had warned several months ago that threats of American intervention in European affairs would lead to intensified persecution of Jews in Germany and other Nazi-occupied countries. From all reports received here it is evident that the President's address, had immediate antiJewish repercussions in Germany. The Nazi press demanded that all Jews be ousted from Berlin as their punishment for the work of "their Jewish brethren in America." One thousand Jewish famlies have already been evicted from their home in Berlin, it was reported, preumably to make room for Germans bombed out of their homes in Hamburg, Bremen, Kiel and other German targets of the R. A. F. Plans are afoot. Nazi papers reported, to confiscate the home of all Jews in Berlin and other .arge centers and turn them over to "Aryan" mode "homeless by British air attacks. The destination of Jews driven from their homes was not disclosed. 1.000 Jewish families have already taken temporary residence in overcrowded Jews in districts of smaller cities and in partially destroyed sqnagogues. Typical of the reaction of the Nazi-controlled press to President Roosevelt's speech was that of the Voelkischer Beobachter which charged in a front-page editorial that the address clearly showed the influence of Jewish advisers and described it a a "mixture of pious demagogy, conscious and purposeful mutilation of established facts, threats and provocation—in a word, worthy testimony to that democracy Roosevelt pretends to defend, a democracy that is only the sign of the crassest dictatorship of money." YUGOSLAV JEWS DESTITUTE PLAYED DECISIVE PART IN NEAR EAST Khartoum, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (WNS)—Jewish soldiers, including a large contingent of Europe, played a decisive role in the British rout of the Italians in Ethiopia, according to British officers here. British officers reported that the fighting unit, which was given the task of cleaning out the last Italian centers of resistence, was ZIO^YSTLEADERS ARE'ALIVE composed of 40 per cent Arabs and the rest Jews. In addition Geneva (Palcor Agency)—The ruin of the once prosperous Jewish community of 68.000 in Yugoslavia was graphically portrayed in a summary of its present position made available here. As in all countries occupied by the Germans, the Jews have within the few weeks since the German and Italian invasions been to the refugees, the unit recruited Jews from Egypt, Circassia and Armenia. The officers said that the men were chosen for their tough fibre and speed of movement to demoralize Italian lines of communication. One of the officers of the unit was a professor in Cairo. The medical officer was rendered completely destitute, a noted Czech doctor who volunAnti-Jewish measures have been teered after escaping fromaNarigorously applied and the vieii concentration camp in Prague. ; Urns have lost all possible means The Jews and Arabs demonof self-support ratd their military prowess on It L reported here tha, Dr.la hill nei Amba Alaji, where CALENDAR OF EVENTS I the continued co-operation of avery group in the c=f !" u i'mnrntna tor next week', it.ue (hould be In the office by Wednesday morn ng. To avo.d possible confuelon and overl.pp.no. oWjWt f 0 ;"'"* ,on J j .re requested to notify thle bureau of tentative date. a. early a. ""The Jewl.h Florldlan. 21 8. W.. 2nd y*. venue, phone 2-1141. which conduct, the bureau for all organization.. .. ready to rve any time In the matter of clearing date*. Isaac Alkalay, Uir chief rabbi of Yugoslavia, is still alive. Rabbi Alkalay. who is a former member of the Yugoslavian senate. left Belgrade at the outbreak of the war and has not yet returned to the city. The Zionist leaders Pobs and they conducted a successful attack which paved the way for the surrender of the Duke of Aosta. Italian Viceroy of Ethiopia. The British commander paid tribute to the harmony between the Jews and Arabs. Despite the fact that members ine z.lonisi ii'aui-is vua ...~ — %  -i _„_., .,c Licht. and all other members of of the unit spoke in a.many-as the Zionist Federation Executive 30 different language, the.officer, in Zagrem. are alive, the sumsaid they had no difficulty in marv ..veals. |giving orders. BBTH JACOB HKBREW SCHOOL opin every week In the year and Sunday .Sessions begin Sunday morning, October JO. 1940, ending Sunday morning. May 16th. 1941. EVERT MONDAY EVENING—T. W. H. A. bowling game.. SECOND MONDAY every month, regular meeting of Senior Hadassah. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY i.f each month, regular meeting of Ladle. Auxiliary Jewl.h War Veterans and also Freda Markowlt. Toot. FOl'RTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women". Division, American Jewih Congress FOURTH MONDAY every month. board meeting. Senior Hadassah. VERT TUESDAY MORNING—TernFie Israel Sisterhood Sewing Cle.se. benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hull. SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH Ksuerhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting, 1:00 p. nat tenter, Euclid Ave. and 14th llaee. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular me.tlag of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rlth. JT/NE 14—Y-Ettes Barn Dance and Box Supper. Y. M. H. A. ,24— National Children's Convalescent Home, Denver, card party, Grossinger Hotel. 15—Workmen's Circle 692, meeting, Biscayne Collins Hotel. 22— Workmen's Circle 692, boat ride. Boat Biscayne. 4t ftmmjtim a#c/ \M3mmtuB'Sum FOURTH TUESDAY of every month, regular meeting of National Home %  tor Jewish Children. Denver EVERY TUESDAY EVEM.NO-TW. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubrooma. EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadassah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katr Kap van Hall, from 10 to 4 P"g. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. „ EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 P M at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOONY W H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Rod Cross at Y ttubrooma. EVERY THURSDAY EUMNGB'na.1 B'rlth bowling games B ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m. EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY evenlags, 8:15 o'clock. Y. M, H. A. Ev^V^AT^r'ApERNOON home. 1069 Colllna Ave., Miami Beach. 24—Workmen's Circle 692, election of officers, Biscayne Collins Hotel. 29—Workmen's Circle 692, installation of officers, Biscayne Collins Hotel. 18-Loyalty Club of Emunah Chapter, card and mah jongg party, Grossinger Hotel, at 8 p. m. I ml v J >&* \Wv TO mv mnnv SUPPORTERSI wish to take this opportunity to sincerely thank you one arid all Wm. (Bill) Burbridge Your Councilman (Paid Pol. Ad.) %m& SHOT SPRINGS S NATIONAL PARK > ARKANSAS Discovered more then one hundfed year. ago."ft"**"" by the United Stoles Government to prevent H|MMto, Ht meat pa has been developed into a *^*" *\ !" *_<_ Kb superior living accommodations. Stop at the Eastman Hotel looted at the head of Bath House Row, h. It Writ private park, it offers quiet reloxaHo* co !" !" ni to ev^ry Sty-and with a Government m^ **!""* der the some roof. The Eastman ma.nta.ni a bMlMMH on take Hamilton (with lake Catherine ad|oin.ng), %  **•£ „?ci .and chicken-fries are frequent gala events. All outdoor sports are year 'round features in Hot Springs. ROOMS from $2. EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS i: m BaT



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PAGE EIGHT vjenist fkrkfian FRIDAY. JUNE 6. 1341 The ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH .. %  .'f.'MMa. 0 reVaiflr ititu't, tmj to %  fml K mtth ran i ftwei >• :ke protlemi mkiek CHUtru ADL. At ft of tit srrritt r t mi trt ft %  T tmettieut on rarrref On trritet tt 81" S imi. Repliet ail te etesv f ,m*t 09 I* J.'.v: •••-' tit hear loose ,j'.; .t the Jem %  **-t U*.*J'" • etneepttois %  f*."> .- %  .•: ftsri/j bettmse .--' :.;.: gHU .,-• jIMW!. r S*" |*u r-j J'r f.'/V.u: • %  ,,-f erf en The Jew* and Isolationism Because cf the Nazi-inspired propaganda about the relationship of the Jews to the war. it is most interesting to examine the analysis of the Gallup poll signed to determine "isolationand "interventionist" senti• • • j states' As reported on page four of the New Yerk T::v. :' Friday. May 16. the Gallup poll shows :.-.-. ten m st 'interventii nist" tat st Flori la, Arizona. Wyoming. T .. x ;-..-. Alabs N rtfa Carolina. Colorado. Mississippi, V Arkansas In • (forts being made by cert itionist 1 rces to is signifithat %  :. proj rti n : .* %  in these ter states is far below proportion in the countrj Acccrding :o statistics as i by Dr H S Linfield which were printed in the American Jewish Year Book for the J 5701. Jews in this country as of 1?3T represented 3 69". of the total population country In the ten states above mentioned. Jews represent not quite 0.71 of the total population. The ten most •'isolationist*' states, as revealed by the same poll, are Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa. Indiana. Ohio. Massachusetts. New Hampshire, Illinois. Michigan and Nebraska. In these ten states, the Jewish population represents just under 2.9 r c of the total. In other words, in these 10 "isolationist" states the Jewish proportion of the population is over four times as great as in the ten most "interventionist" states. It is also intt resting that New York State, with by far the grej test density of Jewish population. I (lT.06 c r of the total population!. I is shown by the poll to be almost | exactly midway between the j "isolationist" and the "interven-; tior.ist" extremes. Besidt s X w Y. rk, there are' only six states in the Union where Jewish population bears a 1 proportion to the total popula[ tion in excess of the nations percentage. 3.69^. None of these falls into the extreme 'intervi ntionist" group, and one. Illinois, is in the most "isolationist" group. Flag Day Question: Someone said to me recently in a conversation about Flag Day that he understood a Jew started this celebration. Is this so? Answer: Yes. Flag Day. June 14. which is now celebrated as the anniversary of the adoption of the emblem of the United States( should hold a special interest for the Jews For it was a distinguished Jew. Benjamin Alth< imer. an immigrant from Gi rmany, who largely was responsible for its observance. Mr Altheimer urged the date of June 14 in commemoration of the acti n taken by the American Congress on June 14. 1777. to make the Stars and Strides our flag. as pi posed by Betsy Ross Mr. Altheimer's idea took root and the first Flag Day was observed June H. 1912 in St Louis Three year later President Wilson issued the first presidential proclamation in connection with the event, which now is a legal holiday. The Nordic Hen Chickens are Nordic, tool If you seek "scientific" (Nazistyle' proof of this astounding statement you might turn to page 465 of the Zentralblatt fuer die gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatric. 1939. which gives a review of a recent work entitled the "Psychological Structure of Hens of Different Races." This book dealing with the psychology i i of chickens is introduced by a foreword entitled "Struggle for a philosophy of life at the University." One can gather the contents from the review, which says: "This is a work of magnificent proportions. It finds its premises in the theses of E. R. Jaensch. according to whom the fundamental characteristics of human nature can probably also be observed in the animal world. The Northern, as well as the Southern races, are said to have common characteristic. In the case of the Northern races, there is a greater sluggishness, but also a| greater degree of stability, more dependability of responses (Reaktions-sicherhcit). The northern type of hens are said to correspond to the northern type of human beings and the same thing is said to hold for the southern ".; %  [ %  of hen." The above quotation is but one of the gems contained in an int"r<*ing et entitled "Chickens Are Nordic Too—The Nazis Condemned Out of Their Own Mouths," compiled by Dr Walter E. Roloff of the Colorado School of Mines. The purpose which the pamphlet serves is well stated in the introduction to be that of giving us an understanding of the character of the agressor against whom we are arming ourselves. Ideologies are important, and only by a study of the Nazis' own statements can we realize fully their implications that "the Germanic Aryans are a God-chosen superior race and entitled as such to lord it over other races. All other peoples have no rightful place upon this planet save as they can be expoited for the benefit of the superior race." Dr Roloff tries to remove a popular misconception which has been the basis for much talk of a negotiated peace—the nation that the whole fabric of National Socialism is the gigantic creation of one superman, and that if Hitler were removed from the picture. Nazism would collapse. DefinI itely this is an ovenmplification j of the problem, according to the writer. "A destructive revolu1 tionary force would still carry on. probably under a Hitler without a moustache." A study of Nazi I literature extracts from which Roloff cites, reveals this clearly It is important to recognize that "Hitler is but the medium through which certain old ideologies art transformed into decrees, into official pronouncements." ""Chickens Are Nordics. Too." is well worthy of study. It may be obtained upon request from the Florida Regional Office of the ADL. Round Table The local Round Table of the Conference of Christians and Jews is conducting a membership campaign in the Miami area through which it is hoping to enroll at least 1000 new members in the organization. The Round Table is dedicated to the promotion of better understanding among Protestants. Catholics and Jews. The Catholic, Protestant and Jewish co-chairmen respectively are as follows: Andrew T. Healey, Daniel Redfern. Arthur A. Ungar. The offiee of the Amti-Deftmtticn League it lo.a--ed u 117 Seybo'-d BI4g., Miami, phone .--6J06. All Undo eommun 'tws ore invited to SMI'J themsel-.es of the • ': %  0 '. ,'J ro the >iyjnt£ation on*! ;. eonjKlt %  ., mMlert .; .... eafi<4tr/easefsrj I i HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN —Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BV THOUSANDS—VAY WE SERVE YOUf Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE §13 ior GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS W Sincerely Believe That There is No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK MARCH OF TIME FILM SHOWN AT THE LINCOLN Ask Your Local | OBTAINABLE tVRYWHERE IN FLORIDA "D.n<£~T" KOSHER ZION For |M I*t SAVS ACE CO. PRODUCTS a) D**l*u Cros I MI H r-f Nn Mart r "" '* %  Cseeied •- •met**.*' Meat* Costs o norm J7th tnt N*n.l Ave. Clik*) How China"s 400 million people are today just beginning to fight the invading armies of AxisPartner Japan is shown in the latest March of Time film. "China Fights Back." which is currently showing at the Lincoln theatre. Miami Beach. Although China has already suffered grave losses in her fouryear-old war with aggressor-nation Japan, the March of Time shows, she is today mobilizing her full man power and industrial resources for a new struggle to drive out the invader and reestablish her national economy. Under Generahssimo Chiang Kai-shek, the first man in 800 years big enough to unify and direct tremendous energies of the Chinese people. China was wel. on the road toward becoming.an exemplary democratic nation when the war began. In "China Fignts Back." the March of Time shows how thi people are today continuing their all-out effort to preserve their national independence and their free democratic wav of life. Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. PHONE 4-4 240 FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS "Compare Our Prices and Quality RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone haiT'n* articles of clotblnc furniture, etc. that are not belnc uad or needrd. pleaac cooperate with the Lad.ea Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. and send lhe*e article, to the RUMMAOE STORE maintained hj therv If Ysu Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Locate* at 1(7 N. W. 5th St Plssss Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz. 1.713S MrsMorris Dubler. MM' Mrs Harry Ksufman, S-4MS Jewish Welfare Office. S-S377 Mrs. Mayer Schwartz, 2 m** end thsy will e* called for THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Summer Dances and Floor Shows Begin Sunday. June 8 Aaron Edelman. chairman of the Sunday night dance committee, announces that plans have been completed for the weekly Sundav night dances and floor shows that will take place every Sunday night beginning Sunday. June 8 at 8:30 o'clock at the "Y auditorium No expense has been spared to make these evenings the most pleasant of its kind. A high class orchestra and a complete floor show will cnt. I Admission is only 10c per person. The "Y" with its programs, has tried to reach every age and w< feel that this is something that could be enjoyed by everyone The continuance of the succeeding Sunday night dances will depend on the response we receive this Sunday > night. Please help us by coming here Sunday night Y. M. H. A. Bowling League Wins State Tournament The Y M. H. A Whites, members of the Y M. H. A. Bowling Leage. won the State Tournament Class B Duck Pin Championship recently held at the Miami Recreation Alleys in which many teams in this area competed The final score was 1635 Sol Weinkle was the individual high scorer. Other members of the winning team are Jerry Goldsmith. Al Berkowitz. Abe Berkowitz and Sam Tendrich. Home Camp Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces that booklets have been sent out describing, in detail, the Home Camp pro, ject which commences on Monday morning; June 23. Registration are now open and those inter • ed are requested to register their : children immediately. Ever) child will have to undergo a rigid 1 physical examination before being admitted to camp. Sub Seniors Sponsor Picnic The Sub Seniors of the Y M H. A. will hold a picnic on Sun ( d ay. June 8 at Greynolds Park j All those interested, please me t at the Y. M. H. A. grounds t •> Sundav at 9:30 a. m. Flag Day Ceremonies June 15 Once more we remind you i :' the Flag Day ceremonies which will take place at the Y on Sui day. June 15. at 2 o'clock. E Albert Pallot will be master ceremonies and the prill speaker will be the Hon. Jan".' A. Dunn, city commissioner. The third in a series of lecturt on "Marriage and tho Family. sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. Cultural Committee, will tak. place next Wednesday evening. June 11th. at 8:30 o'clock at 'he "Y" auditorium. At that tin* Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the subject. "The Jewish Con ception of Marriage." The public is cordially im .;. d. Herbert A. Frink THANKS ALL THE CITIZENRY OF MIAMI BEACH FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO AGAIN SERVE THE ONE AND ONLY CITY. (Paid Pol. Ad. For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds in Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To S5.000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IIAIIE FEMKAL Ur MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $5,600,000 J. M. LIPTON. President


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