The Jewish Floridian

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
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AA00010090:00644

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activities Up until that tune
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belonged tc Germany and that
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America is ours America is ours
not only because German blood
flow; ir the veins of twenty or
thirty million Americans .
but because in its origins America
is a creature of the German spir-
it. Tne q i whether these
millions of German people rec-
ognis ir hour of destiny,
whetl ;. ire aware a decis-
ive hour has struck. An era is
coming I in America
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from every part of
the United States and from some
foreign countries will begin five
liberation and action
open tne 52nd annual
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lantic City on June 24
release time"" plan for re-
ligious education, currently being
adopted by public school sys-
tems in many sections of the
country and nationally the sub-
much controversy, will be
discussed at a special session of
the rabbis on the third day of
the convention. Nationally
known educators will partici-
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Katz, prominent Yiddish news-
paperman, novelist and play-
wright and until a few months
ago the editor of the Philadelphia
Jewish World, died here at the
agc of 77. Mr Katz was one of
the early founders of the Peretz
Verein. the Jewish writers'
union.
SUPREME COURT JUSTICE
RESERVES DECISION OF FILM
Albany WNSV-SUt -
Court Justice Murray
served decision in the
toted by Ri hard Boll-
of the anti-Nazi book. I > -
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Anti-Nazi League, to ban
Nazi film. Victory m
currently shown in the Yorkvilk
section of New Yr* Clt>. Vl..
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League based their suit on the
ground that "Victory- m the
West is not a news film and re
qu,res a special license from *e
motion picture division of the
State Educational Department.
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7"- -r. :?-'-: Sylvia Mrs Rose- Abrams is annouric-
Harry Leo Cypen, ion ing the engagement of her daugh-
Mn Max Cypen. is ter. Hazel to Ining Cypen. son
.' ed by the bride- of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cypen.
Mrs. Miss Abrams is an honor gradu-
B. Cohen ol Jacksonville, ate of high school where she was
-. jtatorian of her grad- a member of the National Honor
Tl i. : '- from Robert E. Lee Society and also a graduate of
WEDDINGS

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-i-.e of the George- she was a member of Phi Alpha
H ywood fc*i'..'. Ho. -.:- ;. shoo! of Dental Phi. honorary scholastic society
Hypenc Washington She is a and HCC social club. She also
-.-.- '. -:.- Fonda State. attended Bixby Business College
Hyj..-..---; association and and is the secretary of the Judiac
at pre yed in the council Mr. C>pen was gradu-
.; the Veterans ated with honors from high
Adn strai Hospital, Bay school, where he was a member
Ml Cypes is a native of of the National Honor Society.
Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan ati
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witz wen Joined hi marriage
Sunday sfternoon it ..'.. s.-.el-
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#f ujf. this momma for a week- '"' ''; *' eeronony arhich Chicagc and rai ?radua:ed with He was valedictorian of his grad-
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Tr.f: wedding of Miss Merle
ORGANIZATIONS
, I,; WtaA ^ ent ^CyPen u on actlve dut>' of Phi Kappa Phi. national honor-
coupk ul be at home at 508 m the Signal corps of the Field ary scholastic fraternity. Pi Gam-
Michigan avenue Artillery at Fon Bragg. N C. ma Mu. national honorary social
honorary social
The wedding of "Florence Les-!-------------------------------------------------o science fraternity. Tau Kappa
.->,-.-.- Had! <-. last month tet to Irving Green took place Milton Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. : A|Pna- national honorary foren-
eleeted then offieen fot en- June Tth. with Rabbi Colman A. Carl Weinkle. Melvin Weinkle. f1^ ^^ debatln8 fraternity. Hil-
..;; year Those selected were: Zwitmar. officiating. Attendants Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinkle. Mr. I 'e executive council and varsity
:.: '..:..;.:. r..i Mn \\rrj Plau.ff. 1st vice- as best man and matron of honor. : and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz all of' meinber of lambda Phi. soc-
;.- dent Mrs Harold Vinsor.. After the honeymoon trip to Cuba Miami lal fraternity Mr. Cypen is now
2nd .." president; Mrs Leonard and Mexico the couple will reside i enrollea >n the college of law and
Miss Anita S.lverman. daugh- ^ \*t3*5Z f
ter of Mrs. Fannie Silverman.! ^"Tiff intthf. coUefe of ^f1"
will become the bride of Maurice I 2Su5*l5,5S2SJl0B at Um*
Wien 3rd vice-president; Mrs fan Miami Beach
ii'-.i-n Will,ami, recording secre-
tary Mrs Rudolph Rothschild. Mr and Mrs. Morris L. Kron-
correspK^nding secretary, Mrs berg, nee Alice Schweitzer, left j Malmuth. son of Mr. and Mrs. I vcrsit>' of lorida.
Harry Nevins. financial sK:retary, for a honeymoon in New York I William Malmuth. Miami Beach, -------~------------------
Mrs. Morris Plar.t treasurer, and after they were wed at the j Sunday. June 22nd. at the Tides: Washington (WNS)President
------------------------------------- home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff : Hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will | Roosevelt has called upon Wil-
Sunday afternoon. Members of officiate. The bride will be at-1 liam S. Knudsen and Sidney Hill-
the families attended the wed- tended by Mrs. S. L. Skvirsky,' man. co-directors of the Office of
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Mr*. Hilton Sirkin
Mr- Barn' y W<-jnkl<-, auditor.
Mn s.'jfo Bimonhoff wan t-u-cu-rl
t.',r,',i:,iy president Mrs. Sirkin
announcei that the opening event
of the season wifl i- the inntal-
lation of offieen in October
Oth'-r v'-nU include: j, m brhip drivi, annual donor din-
ner, Henrietta Bzold Birthday
Celebration, J-wih National Fund
ding which was followed by a
wedding banquet

The wedding of Miss Cynthia
Diamond and Robert Levin took
place Wednesday in the garden
of the bridegroom's uncle, Her-
man Rubin. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Morris Dia-
mond. Mr. Levin is the son of
Mrs. Samuel Gmsburg. Rabbi
Max Shapiro of Beth David
j Congregation, officiated.

The marriage nuptials of Miss
Adelaide Rebecca Stone to Dr.
Samuel Beckman took place Sun-
day at Beth David with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. The
bride was given away by Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Grossman. Atten-
dants were: Mrs. Leon Chaikin,
matron of honor; Al Pallot, best
man; Dr. Harold Rand and Dave
Lcmmelmann, ushers. After a
honeymoon trip to North Caro-
lina the couple will reside in
Miami.

'I i.i- marriage of Miss Zena
Schwartz to Jerome Weinkle
took place June 18th at the
Charlotte Hotel, Charlotte N. C.
Out of town guests attending the
wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. S.
WeinkU-, Mr and Mrs. L. Weinkle,
Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkle,
her sister, and the groom will be Production Management, to take
attended by Nathan Malmuth, his
brother. Invitations have been
issued for the ceremony and din-
ner which will follow. Out of
immediate action to bar discrim-
ination because of race or relig-
ion in the country's expanding
defense industries.
ST ^^^fUJ%E:jnd.^. e. F-**; describing the
situation as 'grave," stressed the
fact that "no nation combating
the increasing threat of totali-
tarianism can afford abritrarily
to exclude large segments of its
population from its defense in-
dustries." In a memorandum de-
manding immediate measures to
deal with the situation, the presi-
dent referred to the fact that
complaints have been brought to
his attention that available and
much-needed workers are being
barred from defense production
solely because of race, religion or
national origin. He stressed the
need to strengthen our unity and
morale.
S. L. Skvirsky of Boston. Mass.;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malmuth of
Elizabeth, N. J.; Mrs. S. Kramer
of New York and Emanuel Sil-
verman of White Plains, New
York After a trip through the
state of Florida the couple will
reside at 1020 Euclid avenue,
Miami Beach.
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nUDAY, JUNE 20, 1941
fJenist fkrkimr
PAGE THREE
The ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
drew thousands of replies not
long ago. Estelle Sternberger is
director of World Peaceways.
The National Council of Jewish
Women has made peace work a
, major part of its activities.
Of late calumny has been
heaped upon the Jewish bankers
as being the promoters of war.
S me weeks ago. a United States
.. a rtumar ftaiort, *imi to which on< } m nator on a nation- radio
'Kj^'7r^lmsat!hlt ri-------|nM been "shalom" which means 1 hookup, in line with the Nazi
. tl U* tffviet, lUttrt v* "peace." The greatest plea for i propagandists, singled out
*".rtE"ii7 peace is contained in the Old: Rothschilds as the instigators of
Testament book of Isaiah, who the second World War. Of course
longed for the day when "plow- this senator has not read the his-
shares shall be beaten into prun- tory of the Rothschilds written by
ing hooks: nation shall not make, Count Corti. who reveals that
war against nation: neither shallI the House of Rothschild, through-]
there be war any more.' ... its history, consistently
Almost four hundred-. igo fused to fl
the Italian Jew dc Rossi of Man-1 poses.
We have assembled quite a' tua wrote: "All the peoples of Finally s far as the sentin
II in of obscene cartoons i the earth should know that whil< f th Am
h-h lav the charge of "war- we. the remnant of Israel, live in today is concerned, :t does not
'. ^ doof of the dispersion, we are obliged, ac- .-..: m that of the
wT'Of course, this is an old., cording to the words of th American
>lrIstorv The Jews are blamed I Prophets and the tradition of people, who wish I see us re-
fnr .11 the ills and aches of man-' the Fathers, to pray for the peace main out of the world conflict
kind and the anti-Semite stops and welfare of the Stat thai aid Britain
at nothing in his malicious ef-, rules over us. At the pr. rvi ry way short of war.
forts to build racial and religious | time above all. when for our sins "Beyond Tears"
hitred The Nazis, with their we are scattered to the four A? ..s pUDhc relations
diabolical cleverness in the; winds, it is our duty to supph- work, ..... ADL frequently pre-
SDreading of falsehood, have cate Almighty God for the aXs \ k, on appropriate sub-
faeen responsible for much of the. of all the inhabit!
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iS,BM ''*<' '; -'- todfetfMll hear loose
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fc^-vSu* tritUt **< ho.hor
.,-r:...- which '*-> /""'. cla,,y bf-
L mi.-,- r* qveittoner mil be held m
,,<" cnfUe* it h> d'suis.
War-Mongers?
Within the past few weeks a
number of solicitors for out of
town organizations, some of
which profess to be engaged in
the fight against un-Ameri-
canism. have made their ap-
pearance in the Miami area.
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League
again urges that before any
member of the Jewish com-
muntiy contribute to causes of
this nature, he consult with the
office of the League, which is
in a position to furnish accu-
rate and authentic evaluations
of the worthwhileness of the
cause for which support is be-
ing sought.
REFUGEE PROBLEM TOPIC OF
A DISCUSSION LAST WEEK
been responsible for much of tne. oi *< urc uu.a...v, jects to trie vanous uoranes.
propaganda that the Jews are' world, that no people may lift up Many o{ these publications aid
the instigators of wars. A few' the sword against another in cr, .- better understand-
historical facts may be relevant, j and that He may remove from | mg of the dangers confronting
For centuries "the greeting their hearts all strife a: _. rican democracy and the
'act< may be relevant. l"l '"= mg ot me oangeis coiuiu
centuries 'the greeting their hearts all strife and natr- :can democracy and the
I implanting instead of peace in thi ,._vi irom Which they stem
^ ; world: for in their | 0.. ,hl> hlinks distributed
have peace.
It was a Jew. Sir Ernest Cas-
sel, who strove for peace I etween
England and Germany, and cre-
TWO A.M. ANO NOT
A NEHVINE TABLET
IN THE HOUSE
One of the books distributed by
.1)1. very extensively during,
the past few months was Irmgard'
Litten's "Beyond Tears." a
simple story about an Aryan
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cngidiici uiiu "<""". ""---- Simple story auoui an nt^wi
: ated the Anglo-German Founda- German mother's struggle to save
, tion for this purpose In this ,.Ar son frorn tne terrible ven-j
' he was supported by another geance 0f Hitler. At the same:
! great Jewish pesonality. Albert |tjme lno h^k describes the in-i
I Ballin. founder of the Germany umpn 0f tr,e human spirit over
1 Mercantile Marine, whose mem-, ,he most relentless tortures of
; ory has lately been abused by the -
Nazis.
The first great internal
peace conference at the Hague.
in 1899. was inspired by the Rus-
' sian Jew Ivan de Blioch. whose
learned studies on war greatly
body and mind yet devised by
man
A review of this remarkable
piece of literature by P. R. is well
worth space in our column: forj
the courage and steadfastness of j
I both Frau Litten and her son:
influenced not only the Czar but j Hans wiu serve as "models and
Other great national leaders. 'inspiration for all the millions i
From this came The Hague s, who are resolved that no Nazi
Permanent Court of International j reVolution shall crush freedom of I
Justice. The late Oscar Straus. CXpression on this earth."
Representatives of the i
:. organizations thi area
:ng of the
Miami Refugee Committee held
isl eek to discuss the refugee
problem locally Day J. Apte
led Two sketches were
nted, one a presentation by
Miamians, Mr. and Mrs Arthur
Rabe. and Mr. and Mrs M
Friedman. The other by new-
comers had the following
Florence Neagle, Pauline Kary,
George Janner and Eugene Boral.
the author being George Janner.
The speakers of the evening
were: Dav J Apte. Ernest Gunz-
berg. and Mrs Monte Selig, Mrs
Gertrude Davis and Mrs Bess
Spanner, all of whom presented
an interesting picture of how
the refugee is planned and cared
for nationally, internationally,
by the State of Florida, and lo-
cally, by the Miami Refugee
Committee.
A discussion followed as to
how best to integrate the new-
comer into the community, very-
genuine interest being evinced
for a co-ordinated plan in which
all organizations would partici-
pate.
TEL
fllR RAID KILLED
Jerusalem tWNS' Palestine
grimly speeded defense prepara-
tions as the all-Jewish city of
Tel Aviv buried its 14 victims of
an enemy air raid, the first th
great Jewish metropolis h^s ex-
perienced since Sept. 9. when
Italian bombers roared over Tei
Aviv, killing 21 Jews.
In addition to the 14_ killed.
most of them more than TO years
of age and inmates of a Jewish
home for invalids on Bilu Street
in the northern district of Tel
Aviv, 24 Jews were injured. Ore
of the victims was an 82-year-old
women who died of heart failure
during the bombing
A huge throng turned
the funeral services for the city a
dead. Mayor Israel Rokac'n
spoke at services in front of the
Hadassah Hospital and Rabbi
Amiel chanted "kaddish" before
the Great Synagogue. An a,ir
raid alarm was sounded during
the services but no enemy planes
appeared.
The raiders flew over Tel Aviv
in two waves, the first one reach-
ing the city a few minutes afl
2 A. M. Most of the city's pop-
ulation descended to the citj -
air raid shelters as soon as the
first alarm was sounded. Police
and air raid precautions workers
reported that the population rc-
mained calm.
While British and Free French
forces pressed deeper into Syria
and Lebanon, enemy raiders
struck back at Haifa but caused
little damage and loss of life.
Both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
had several air raid alarms dur-
ing the week Several of the
raiders were reported brought
down by anti-aircraft fire.
one-time United States Ambas-
sador to Turkey, was chairman
of the League of Nations Peace
Committee. In 1911 the Nobel
Peace Prize was divided between
two Jews. Tobias Asser of Hol-
land a great international law-
yer, and Alfred Fried of Vienna,
founder of the German Peace
Society The late Solmon Levin-
son, Chicago attorney, was res-
ponsible for the famous Kellog
Peace Pact. .
The late Edward A. F.lene of
Boston, Oscar Straus and Felix
Moschelles the English artist, all
have contributed to the cause of
world peace. Eddie Cantor has
done more than any other person
to dramatize vividly the precious-
ness of peace by his songs, and by
his peace essay contest. WPi
Emamuel SxyAxhn
nd
9x>tolon
and
UaAAty
Announce to Their Many Friends of Miami and
Miami Beach a Change of Their Firm Name to the
C0RDOII H1I1ERBI HomE
(Formerly Miami Jewish Funeral Home)
710 S. W. 12th Avenue
PHONE 3-3431
SERVING Mliyi BEACH & MIAMI ._
"EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH"
RENDERING BOTH REFORM
AND ORTHODOX- SERVICES
SEXTONS TO TEMPLE ISRAEL
The rising young liberal law-
yer, Litten. first crossed swords
with Hitler in 1931. when he sub-j
poenaed the budding young;
Fuehrer in a case involving the
stabbing of workmen by a group |
of Storm Troopers. Adolf Hitler i
never forgot those two uncom-
fortable hours on the witness,
stand. At the time of the Reich-
stag fire in 1933. Litten was ar-
rested and taken to the first in I
a series of concentration camps.
The five years that followedi
years filled with persistent ef-
forts to gain his freedomare the
source material for Frau Litten s
book. They end with his death.
by suicide." in 1938. and the
last picture we have of these two
is the picture of the mother
watching her son's body de-
scendmg into the crematory,
flames.
This is no mere concentration j
camp horror story, although the
brutalities of the Nazu, are,
thoroughly depicted. ^"*H
takes the reader into the offices
of the most important figures
S present-day Germany-for the |
amily was a respected one. and
had access to many prominen ;
individuals-and shows what
happens to men and morals under
the impact of the Nazi ph.loso-
Phparalleling ones admiration
for the amazing bravery of this
German mother is a Pervading
reaction of what totalitarianism
means in terms of corrosion of
the soul and perversion of the
intellect Frau Litten's battle
ill a tactical defeat, but
she would be the first to agree
that Tn the end it will stand as
factory for all the men of good
will throughout the world.
Ti. ollko of the A-i-Dtfomciu
J.. olitrti oi notor'-
STATE OFFICES WON BY
TWO MIAMI OPTOMETRISTS
Two Miami optometrists were
elected to posts in the Florida Op-
tometric association at the 39th
annual convention in Tampa this
week. They are: Dr. Louis Lom-
bard, who was chosen third vice
president, and Dr. Charles Beck-
witt. who was made a member of
the executive committee. A. F.
Friedman also attended the con-
vention from Miami.
KEY WEST
NOTES
The bar mitzvah of Donald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pearlman.
took place last Saturday. Donald
conducted the services, recited the
the maftir and addressed the
worshipers. Rabbi L Lehrer
presented Donald with a bar
mitzvah certificate and replied to
the address. A reception fol-
lowed.
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NUMBER 25
IN OUR BACK YARD
Aa announcement appearing .r. Ine daily press this week
informed the p-_bl:c that Gerrr.ar. '^^0::s z-d pcrr.phlets issued
by Nazi propaganda agencies :r. the United S:-:es hcve been
removed from genera] circulation in the University of Miami
brary. The .^:~;:;:n following upon the heels of the presi-
dential order Monday closing the German Library oi Inforrr.a-
-.:.-. and the Trans-Ocean News Service in addition to the
German Consulates in this Country with the exception of the
Washington z:::ze came both as a distinct shock and surprise
to Mtamians c: all faiths who expressed their amazement that
this material had eve: found its way into the school library.
Both praise ar.c criticism were directed to the University auth-
arities. Praise was forthcoming following their action in segre-,
gating this material immediately. However much criticism'
was also expressed in questioning how this material pcssed
YWCA. the Jewish Welfare
Board and the National Travelers
Aid Association, has designed a
program of service to defense
worker? which will supply them
as far as possible the same com-
tual influence and hos-
bave known in their
home communities.
Ir. certain localities where there
is a need for sleeping accommo-
.'. eek-ends. cots will
be provided to be set up in these
larger rooms where service men
nd the night.
7- of construction of
I these proposed units will be borne
i by the government, but operating
will be carried by the
- : : Organizations.
'More Thar. 360 of the units
be built. To meet expenses of
first years operations, the
JUS O has launched this nation-
campaign to raise S10.765.-
- which the local drive is a
Miami Beach raised their
. "... in a one-day drive held
-TIDBrTS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BFRON-
OUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Is it true that South and Central America officialdom does
not like to see Jews participating in our American good will
activities? And that the Rockefeller committee bows to thU
Nazi-contaminated attitude? We'll have more to say about
this as our busy sleuths proceed with their investigation ... Al-
bert Jay Neck's article, "The Jewish Problem in America," in
the June issue of the Atlantic Monthly, is causing considerable
excitement in Jewish circles But non-Jewish readers are not
reacting to it, we hear ... A tip to sensitive souls: Don't let
yourseli get involved with writers of "letters to the editor" who
try to provoke Jewish readers to come out for war The
Nazi Fifth Column has an active section that concentrates on
writing such letters to editors, and then collects answers signed
with Jewish names The idea being to establish a case that
Jews are warmongers.
the university officials as being suitable for students whose un-
.ed minds can be so easily sweyed and misdirected by their '
coming in contact with this type of poison. These students
are unaware that this poison is pure unadulterated, Nazi anti-
Democratic propaganda. We cannot believe, that this material
was OK'd for genercl use by the authorities. All conduct,
action and policy in the past by the Uuiversity administration
justifies our faith. In all events the matter should be thoroughly
checked into by Dr. Ashe and Dr. Pearson of the University. A
steady vigil of watchfulness and scrutinization of all material
p.coed in libraries is necessary and must be had, doubly so,.
in cur present world setup and situation.
"'hen our president has spoken and with decisiveness, he
meansasksneeds and deserves the support and cooperative
action of and in each community in a small measure, to insure
that which he is trying to accomplish in a larger way.
With the selective service act in full swing, evidenced by
more than 400 leaving from our own community this week, the
U S. O. drive now in progress and our defense program, it is
not consistent to have our minds poisoned by the Nazis in this
underhanded manner.
A thorough search of all libraries in the State should be made
and this material, wherever found, done away with.
ORDER ARREST OP
JEWISH PEOPLE
NAZI PROPAGANDA
BOOKS ARE FOUND
IN LIBRARY HERE
'CONTINUED FROM PAGE I)
world I believe that Germany -
r:our will strike in America
Great historic developments us-
ually mature underground, to
rise into view, suddenly, without
any apparent preparation "
This hook, together with a
quantity of other works, has been
set aside by the university in or-
der that at some future date seri-
ous students may use it as
source material. It will no long-
r be available to casual readers
as in the past.
Among the books that r.ave
removed were: "Unser''
Amerika"; 'A Nation Builds"
contemporary German architec-
ts'- university is actually an
adjunct of the German Consulate
in New York City. Its offices
were located in the same build-
ing with the Consulate at 17
Battery Place. New York City.
Last Monday President Roose-
velt felt it necessary to close this
agency in order to stop further
. propaganda efforts on its part.
The German Library of Infor-
mation also published a weekly
magazine called Facts in Re-
view" which was sent to editors
and libraries throughout the na-
tion. This magazine attempted
to present the German people as
interested solely in architecture
and forests. It sought to mold
American public opinion toward
the end that America would con-
sider the Reich a nation similar
. to our own.
George Sylvester Viereck, a
registered Nazi agent, is editor of
, this publication. An American
citizen. Viereck served as a Ger-
propagandist prior to the
war. He has been continu-
es efforts under the Hitler
Ankara (V.'NS French mili-
tary" authorities have ordered the
arrest of hundreds of Jews in Da-
mascus and Beirut, it was re-
ported here by the Rome radio,
which said that the Jews were
seized on charges of espionage.
The mass arrests of Jews took
place, the Rome radio disclosed,
as the British and Free French
forces were closing in on Damas-
cus and Beirut. Anti-Jewish dis-
turbances were reported in Da-
mascus with many Jews beaten
and scores of Jewish shops loot-
ed.
Meanwhile, the French news-
paper Peetit Parisian attributed
the difficulties between the Brit-
ish and the French in Syria to
New York Zionists." Rejecting
the British and American con-
vention that the French had per-
mitted the Nazis to use Syria as
a military base, the pro-Nazi
paper charged that the British.
instigated by New York Zionists,
had promised Chaim Weizmann.
president of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, a larger Jewish na-
tional zone in parts of Syria.
Trans-Jordan and Iraq as well
as Palestine.
last
ing
ture, "German Forests, by Eb-
ner Adalbert; 'Caspar David
Friednch"his life and works,1
German White Book No 4"; and
German White Book
regime.
New York (WNS;The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress has an-
No. 5 nounced that the lnter-Americar.
The last two attempt to present: Jewish Conference, scheduled to
proof and documents relating to j bee held in Montevideo, Uruguay
the events leading to the out- j July 9-11, will be held instead in
break of the war. Washington. D. C. The develop-
The German Library of Infor- ; ing political situation made the
mation which sent these boole i change necessary.
FROM THERE AND HERE
An indication of the line Gabby Goebbels' propoganda is
I taking in his home bailiwick is found in a letter recently re-
ceived by an American writer from a German friend This
believing Nazi wrote that he was sorry to hear of the terrible
shortage of food in America, and offered to send his friend some
money to help him cope with the situation How he was qo-
ing to get the marks out of Germany was something he failed
to specify, however Repatriated Americans returning
through Lisbon confirm that the Portuguese capital is swarming
with Gestapo agents However, these Nazis carry their imi-
tation of Britishers so far that they become easily recognizable
despite their impeccable Oxford accents This because their
ating of the role of the traditional Englishman is too perfect to
be life-likeas, for example, their habit of religiously donning
dinner jackets every night of the year, which is something few
Britishers do in a Lisbon summer Columnist Danton Walker
wants to know whether it's true that one of the top men in the
New York State Employment Service is the brother of a high-
ranking official in the Nazi Messerschmidt Corporation From
Hollywood comes the definition of Hitler as a triple-threat Aryan
totalit-Aryan, veget-Aryan and prolet-Aryan.
FILM NEWS
Columnist Jimmie Fidler wants it known that he's not a Nazi
sympathizer or an admirer of Hitler, and that his recent state-
ment that Hollywood would one day make a hero of Adolf
meant simply that the Fuehrer would some day be the central
character in a historical film An assignment in London for
New York's afternoon tabloid, PM, may be screen writer Dor-
othy Parker's next job With Sam Goldwyn reported ready
to pay SI50,000 for the screen rights to Lillian Hellman's "Watch
on the Rhine," the first anti-Nazi play on Broadway to be a real
box office success, we're wondering what is happening to pro-
ducer Herman Shumlin's plan to film the stage play on Long
Island with its original Broadway cast.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Harry Schlacht, publisher of the East Side News, weekly
chronicle of the affairs of New York's Lower East Side, may be
a candidate for the Congressional seat left vacant by the tragic
death of Representative Michael Edelstein, who was literally
killed by anti-Semitism on the floor of the House Now that
a Jewish army for Palestine is very much in the news and Zion-
ist officials are talking their heads off to the press, it is interest-
ing to note how studiously Vladimir Jabotinsky's name is avoid-
ed by all concerned Now would be the time for the General
Zionist leadership to pay public tribute to Jabotinsky whenever
the subject of the Jewish army comes up The Jewish movie
moguls were very much impressed with Dr. Chaim Weizmann
on his recent visit to Hollywood Some of them promised
great support in the grand Hollywood manneryes, prom-
ised, we say.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Ben Cohen, legal adviser to the American Embassy at Lon-
don, wants to return to his post rather than accept either the
Securities Exchange Commission chairmanship, or the Solicitor-
Generalship of the U. S. Which may mean that Morris Ernst,
who had been slated as Cohen's sucessor at London, may have
a chance to become Solicitor-General ... Off to the Far East to
see what can be done about keeping the Burma Road open for
aid to China is Daniel Arnstein Ben Hecht is aching to write
a comedy about some of our Jews who are afraid to be Jewish.
Cartoonist Milt Gross feels that now he has achieved the rank
of a true immortal He's just heard that the Nazis have
burned the "Nize Baby'' sketches with which he used to amuse
us years ago ... It looks as if major league baseball would be
losing another of its Jewish stars soon to Uncle Sam's league.
This time it's Morrie Arnovich, New York Giants outfielder,
whom the draft board wants to see ... We wonder whether
Harry Shapero, the young American composer who just won
the coveted Prix de Rome, isn't just a little consoled by the fact
that the international situation prevents him from spending a
year studying music in Rome ... We doubt that any one named
Shapero would be welcomed in Rome these days Congrat-
ulations to Buddy Baerwho. like older brother Max, wears a
Mogen David on his boxing trunkson the birth of a daughter.
Did you know that Samuel De Caceres, brother-in-law of Bene-
dict Spmoza and ancestor of essayist Benjamin de Casseres,
was a most influential poet and preacher, and the editor of a
Spanish edition of the Bible, although he lived to be only thirty-
received his LLB. Degree from two years old?
the University of Miami at the WAP P/-urPe
graduation exercises recently and t i-u a ,. *- t^nUlfca
will start the practice of law here ^she Hore-Beusha, former British Secretary of State for War.
He will be sworn in today by slated i(>x a comeback in the next reshuffling of the Churchill
Judge George E. Holt. I ,___-------
S mom. (CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Max Silver


HUDAY. PJNE 20. 1941
>Jenistfkfkikir
PAGE FIVE

MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
'ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi .
Rabbi's Residence:
1821 S W. 14th Terrae*
Phone 3-5192
5M S W. 17th Avenut i
I TALMUD TORAH
1545 S W. Third Street^ 1
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris -------......7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon _
Mincha _
8:00 a. m.
..5:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
PRINCIPAL
SPEAKERS
AT CONFERENCE
OF
AMERICAN RABBIS
NEXT WEEK
Maariv ------
F^ay ......5:15 and 8:30 p.m.
Sabbath Service-----------9:00 a. m.
Ladies Auxiliary
next function of the La-
\ ixilary will be a card par-
night. June 22 at 8:30
the synagogue. Mrs.
Max Kupferstein and Mrs. Pep-
ill act as hostesses and an
tion is extended to all*)
the synagogue to come
this affair. The cn-
tii proceeds of the evening will
I, voted to the Talmud Torah j
F I of the Auxiliary.
Meeting Schedule
ig the summer months the (
schedule of meetings was
;ed to once a month, rather
than twice monthly as is the1
practice during the year. Excep-
:11 be made when the need
arises which will be called sub-
i .rcumstance.
In the Synagogue
Rabbi Kellner has returned
fri : a brief visit to the north
where he visited with his par-
and family.
The regular Shabbos afternoon
class in Perek as well as the daily
classes in Shulchon Aruch are
aga:n conducted by the Rabbi.
Rabbi Kellner will speak dur-
ing the Jewish Radio Hour this
Sur.day, June 22. at 4:30 p. m.,
over Station WIOD on the sub-
ject of "Our First Duty."
Nichum Ovelium
We chronicle with profound
regret the passing of the late
Mrs. Lena Goodman of blessed
memory and beg to extend to her
dear ones the congregation's
st sympathy.
Waihington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Phone 4.0406
2263 S W. 21t Terrace
Daily Synagogue Services
Shachriss daily at 8 A. M;
Saturday at 8:30 A. M. Junior |
Congregation at 9:0U A. M
Mincha. daily at 6:45 P. M
Maariv. daily at 7:30 P. M:
Saturday at 7:45 P M
Religious School Hours
Classes are held Mondays.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays. Thurs-
days in hour classes from 8:30
to 12:30 each morning. SI
begin with Beginners Hebrew
reading, and continue to the
study of Bible, grammar and
Rashi. During the vacatii
our cantor. Miss Sonya Shpall
instructs all students.
Registration of children takes
place each week day morning.
There is no registration charge
for the summer months,
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregition)
TEMPLE ISRAEL
135 N. W. Third Av*nu
max. SMAcmy, Kaooi
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 22176
!i
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. I
8996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1734
Miami Beach
i
Permanent Calandar
Daily Service*----------- 7:30 a. m.
Evening Services..........6:00 p. m.
Saturday morning------ 830 ft. m.
Sunday morning ...... 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School daily 3:15-0:13
Sunday School ______10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays-10:l0a.Bn,
Dr. Joshua Liebman
of Temple Israel. Boston, who
will be heard in one of the major
addresses of the fifty-second an-
nual meeting of the Central Con-
ferene of American Rabbis in At-
lantic City next week.
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
government The beat and
most fearless expose of the re-
tain government in France is the
series published in the New \ork
Herald-Tribune by Henry Bern-
stein, famous French Jewish dra-
matist in exile here Bern,
stein proves, with quotations
from the late Marshals Joffre and
Foch and other leaders of the Al-
lied effort in the World War
Number One that back in 1918
Petain was ready to sell out Brit-
ain, and was prevented only by
Foch's taking over of the com-
mand.
Dr. Solomon F. Freehof
of Temple Rodef Shalom. Pitts-
burgh, Pa., who will discuss the
advisability of a code of practice
for Liberal Judaism, at the fifty-
second annual meeting of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis in Atlantic City next
week.
For'Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
,.. Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
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lME FBHIAL
+ V^ OF MIAMI
Talmud Torah
We are happy to note the in-
creased registration for the sum-
mer months at our daily Hebrew
school, and hope that more par-
ents will take advantage of these
summer classes by sending their
children regularly.
Annual Congregational Meeting
The annual meeting of Beth
David Congregation will be held
Sunday evening. Juno 29th. at
Beth David Auditorium. Full
details will be mentioned in next
wek's issue.
Sisterhood Bulletin
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its card, bingo and mah
jongg party this Monday after-
non at the Southern' Dairies
Hostess Room. 62 N. E. 27th St.,
at 2 o'clock. It is hoped that a
good many members and friends
will join 'with us. Refreshments
will be served and prizes dis-
tributed.
Moonlight Boat Ride
One of the outstanding events
for the summer calendar will be
a gala moonlight boat ride for
Tuesday evening. July 8th. at 8
o'clock. Mrs. J. Engler, chair-
man, is extending a request to
all members and friends to make
their reservations without delay,
as the Yacht Biscayne has a very
limited capacity. Remember,
July 8th at Pier 6. on Yacht Bis-
cayne.
Board Meeting
At a regular board meeting
held at Beth David auditorium
Wednesday afternoon.June 18th.
Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
the Sisterhood, outlined her pro-
gram and appointed her chair-
men for the ensuing year.
Congregational
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael will be held this Friday eve-
ning. June 20th. 8:15 o'clock, with
Dr. Jacob H Kaplan officiating.
Services continue at the Tem-
ple during the summer months
with Congregational singing and
participation.
Men's Club Boat Ride
The Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael will hold its annual boat
ride on Monday evening, June 23
at 8:15 o'clock on the yacht Sev-
en Seas, leaving pier No. 8. City
Yacht Basin. Miami. Dancing,
refreshments, all for $1.00. Meet
all vour Temple friends at this
annual affair. Tickets can be
obtained from any of the follow-
ing committee members, or at
the Temple office: Harry Boyell.
14-6862: Harold B Spaet. 3-8921;
| Dr. B. B. Berkeley, 5-6102; Dr. B.
! H. Sadowsky. 5-7723: Paul H.
Marks. 2-2617: Dr. Alfred Augus-
tine. 3-3511.
In Memoriam
"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:
1 Yahrzeits: Moses Sonneborn.
father of Mrs. Herbert A. Simon;
Alex Miller, husband of Mrs. Ida
Miller: Charles Sprintz. father of
Henry Sprintz: Leo J. Weintraub.
father of Jack B. Weintraub.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having article* of
clothing-, furniture, etc. that
are not being ued or needed.
Sleaae oooperate with the ua-
lea Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. and **J
these article* to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained by
them.
If You Cannot Bnno These
to the
RUMMAGE 8T0RE
Located at IV N. W. 5th St.
Pleas* Phone___
Mr*. L. J. Hartz. 2-7139
Mr*. Morri* Oubler. 5.S517
Mr* Harry_Kaufman. 9-42S9
Jewish W*lfar* Office. 35377
Mr*. M*y*r Schwartz. 2.1864
and they will be called for
I
45 NORTHEAST FIRST
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J. M. LIPTON. President
rSWt
AVENUE
Dr. Nelson Glueck
of the Hebrew Union College in
Cincinnati, who will discuss the
effect of his own recent archae-
ological findings on our knowl-
edge of the Bible and the Jew,
Mat the fifty-second annual meet-
ine of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis in Atlantic
City next week.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
,it 0,T.n ^%&,&rS^iSv^&^x
k. rnntinued co-operation of every group In the community. Date*
nr ne.t week's issue should be In the office by Wedne.day morning.
To rvoid POMible confu.ion and ov.rlapping. officer, of organlzat.ona
I r^u.JtadI to notify thi. bureau of t.ntatlv. dat*. aa *arly
PMThe Jewl.h FlorWIan. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenu., phon. 2-1141 which
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Place.
JUNE _
24National Children s Conva-
lescent Home. Denver card
party, Grossinger Hotel.
15-Workmen's Circle 692, meet-
ing, Biscayne Collins Hotel.
22Workmen's Circle 692. boat
ride, Boat Biscayne.
24Workmen's Circle 692. elec-
tion of officers, Biscayne Col-
lins Hotel.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rlth.
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Horn*
EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENlNtrr-
B'nal B'rlth bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. ra.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cros* at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Splnoxa Forum at 3 o clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham WoKeoni
home. 1069 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
29_Workmen,s Circle 692. in-
stallation of officers. Bis-
cayne Collins Hotel.
18Loyalty Club of Emunah
Chapter, card and mah jongg
party. Grossinger Hotel, at
8 p. m.
JULY
9Senior Hadassah beach party
at the Shelbourne Hotel.
13Pioneer Womens Organiza-
tion card party, Beth David.



PAGE SIX
vJenist) FkrkHar,
FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 194!
Leaders Who Will Direct Destinies of Federation for 1941-1942
BENJAMIN BRONSTON
President
STANLEY C. MYERS
Chairman of Board (of directors)
ALBERT E. BERKELEY
Secretary
J. GERALD LEWIS
Treasurer
MONTE SELIG
Assistant Treasurer
ELRY STONE
Vice-President
SAM BLANK
Vice-President
DAY J. APTE
Vice-President
JAKE SHER
Vice-President
STUDENTS START
SOCIAL BOYCOTT
Stockholm (WNS)In the face
Oi Nazi threats of severe repri-
sals, university students through-
out the Netherlands staged mass
demonstrations against the im-
position by the Nazis of anti-
Jewish laws, it was reported.
The demonstrations occurred in
Amsterdam. Rotterdam, the Ha-
gue and other cities.
Throngs of students, carrying
placards condemning the Nazi
anti-Jewish regulations, marched
through the streets of Holland's
major cities. Many of the stu-
dents, though not Jewish, wore
on their coat sleeves the yellow i
arm-band which Jews must wear.
The students have agreed
among themselves, it was re-1
ported, to continue wearing the I
yellow arm-bands until the anti-
Jewish decree is revoked. They
feel that it is an eloquent mani-
festation of their displeasure with
the entire Nazi anti-Jewish pro-
gram.
A traveller arriving here from
Nazi-occupied Holland reported
that the students have initiated
a social boycott against the Nazi-
appointed mayors and other
municipal officials of the coun-
trys' big cities. The movement
has spread rapidly, with the
great majority of the Nether-
landers avoiding their local of-
ficials.
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
Vice-President
J. W. V. TO INSTALL NEW
OFFICERS. ST. PETERSBURG
Induction of a Jewish War
Veterans Post, 246, at St Peters-
burg, to be followed by the in-
stallation of officers will take
place at the Suwar.ee Hotel Ball
Room, at 8 p. m. Sunday, June
22nd. 1941 at St. Petersburg.
Florida.
Program for the day includes
a Department of Florida meeting
at 12 noon: A pilgrimage by all
J. W. V. Veterans and ladies of
the Auxiliary to U. S. Veterans
Hospitals at Bay Pines at 3 p. m..
.The induction of the post by
National V. Commander, Harry
H. Farr and the installation of
officers by Dept. Commander Nat
Roth; Reverend Richard Evans,
executive vice-president of Flor-
ida Congress on Democracy, as
principal speaker: a talk by Lieu-
tenant Colonel M. O'Brasky
Camp Blanding, is on the pro-
gram.
Department Commander Roth
has invited all Veterans as well
as all Jewry of the West Coast
area to attend. Large delega-
tions of Veterans and Ladies of
the Auxiliaries from the entire
state are planning to attend.
All Veteran organizations will
be present and a feature of the
program will be the Massing of
All Colors.
DENIES CHARGES
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
Abraham Van Grover who dis-
appeared from his home in the
Bronx about 8 years ago. Van
Grover, who is believed to be in
Florida, was born in England
some 38 years ago, it 5 ft. 10 in.
tall, weighed 175 pounds, black
hair, blue eyes, a taxi driver by
occupation. Anyone aware of
his whereabouts is requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th
Street, New York City.
New York (WNS)Genereso
Pope, Italian newspaper publish-
er, has advised the Non-Sectar-
ian Anti-Nazi League of his un-
swerving loyalty to the United
States and insisted that recent
accusations leveled against him
of pro-Axis sentiment were com-
pletely unfounded, it was an-
nounced here.
In a statement to the League,
Mr. Pope said: "I can categoric-
ally state that I am not pro-Fas-
cist, pro-Communist, anti-Semi-
tic nor anything but pro-Ameri-
can. If evidence be needed, may
I point to my friendship with
and complete support for Presi-
dent Franklin Delano Roosevelt
and his policies.
"As far as the anti-Semitic
calummy against me is concern-
ed, may I point out that 21 mem-
bers of the staff of my newspap-
ers and business enterprises,
holding important positions, hap-
pen to be of the Jewish faith. At
present I am waging a campaign
in my newspapers against dis-
crimination in industry The at-
tempt to divide the American
people on the basis of race, color,
or creed, is absolutely un-Ameri-
can and undemocratic. I am not
nor ever have been in any way
anti-Semitic; on the contrary, I
believe that anti-Semitism is un-
American."
Located in the "Land of the Sky"
near Hendersonville, N. C. and
catering to boys between the
ages of 8 to 18, the camp is under
the direction of Rabbi George
Soloman, recognized and well
known as active in youth work.
The camp features individual
attention and offers athletics,
crafts, riding and many other out-
lets of rest, education and enjoy-
ment for the campers. Parents
interested in sending their chil-
j dren may contact Mr. Estroff.
phone 7-3008. A reasonable]
tuition fee is charged.
LINER DEPARTS
WITH REFUGEES
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mrs. S. Gelder and family are
visiting in Orlando.
Beth El Sunday School picnic
was held Sunday at Du Bois
fishing comp.
Mrs. Aaron Bergman left Wed-
nesday for California to visit
relatives.
Beth Israel sisterhood held a
card party Wednesday night with
Mrs. Martin Dubin as hostess.
RABBI GEORGE SOLOMAN
IS DIRECTOR OF BOYS CAMP
S. Estroff is the local repre-
sentative for Camp Osceola.
Hebrew Classes of Congregation
Beth El are being held daily by
Rabbi M. Greenstein at Sher
Memorial Hall.
Flag Day exercises were held
by B'nai B'rith, 1146 at Sher
Memorial Hall Monday night.
Guest speaker was Judge E B
Donnell. Others on the program
were: Dr. Carl N. Herman. Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein and J H
Lesser,
Lisbon (WNS)A gay atmo-
sphere marked the departure
from this last exit of Europe of
the Portuguese liner Mouzinho.
which sailed for New York with
700 refugees aboard, including
130 children, most of them Jew-
ish.
The refugee children, taken
from homes and internment
camps maintained by OSE, Jew-
ish health socitey, in Marseille,
will be placed in American homes
under the auspices of the United
States Committee for Care of
European Children. The parents
of many of the children died in
Nazi concentration camps, others
are at present interned in many
parts of Nazi-occupied Europe.
Upon their arrival here from
France, most of the youngsters
were dressed in rags and wooden-
soled shoes. Morris C. Troper,
European head of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, arranged to
have new clothes bought for
them. For many, it was the first
time in years that they had worn
new clothes.
A special luncheon was held
aboard ship before the Mouzinho
sailed. Mr, Troper praised
Amercan consulates here, in
France and elsewhere for their
day-and-night work in speeding
the visas for the young refugees.
He lauded also Portuguese of-
ficials who had arranged quick
transit.


piDAY.JUNE 20. 1941
+ 3eiit rkrk#ar
PAGE SEVEN
REFUGEES FROM
Lisbon
(WNSThe United
a has instructed its consul-
ate "here to refuse visas hence-
forth to refugees who have close
relatives In Germany and all
Nazi-occupied countries, it was
disclosed here. Thousands of
refugees, including many who
(ace imprisonment unless they
can escape to America were af-
fected by the now regulation.
Tve American order was de-
sunied to thwart a Nazi seheme
to exert pressure on refugees
arriving in the United States by
threatening to send their rela-
tive back home to concentra-
tion camps, it was believed
Refugee relief officials here
stated that the order will cause
considerable hardships since emi-
gration will be limited to per-
son? without families in Nazi ter-
ritory. One solution, it was said,
was to attempt to remove entire
families from Germany one at a
time.
Representatives of American
refugee aid organizations, includ-
ing the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, the Quakers and the Un-
itarians, headed by Morris C.
Troper, European head of the J.
D C. arranged to confer with
S H Wylie, U. S. Consul General
here on the new procedure made
necessarv bv the order.
"IN THE NAVY" OPENS AT
MIAMI AND BEACH SHOWS
Abbott and Costello and Dick
Powell were discussing early
respective struggles in the show-
world, on the massive battle-
ship set of their new comedy.
"In The Navy." which opens Fri-
day, June 20th at the Lincoln
and Miami Theatres.
"Success," said the tall lean j
Bud Abbott, is merely a matter'
of getting the breaks."
"And he doesn't mean broken i
bones, either." interrupted Lou
Costello. his rotund team mate
"We've been togetherLou
and Ifor twelve years." Abbott
went on. "and we were just the
same a decade ago as we were !
when Kate Smith signed us for
her radio show just the same
as we were when Broadway "dis-
covered" us in "Streets of Paris
But if Miss Smith hadn't given
us a chance, we'd probably be,
struggling along in what's left
of vaudeville.....
Since being signed for pictures
they have made three pictures.
"One Night in the Tropics.'
"Buck Privates" and the current
"In the Navy
DICKSTEIN WOULD ASK FOR
COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION
Morton Joel Gaba
executive director of the Jewish
Vocational Guidance Bureau
San Francisco, who wrote
in Business." a new 48-page study-
on opportunities for Jewish youth
in various fields of bus.:- ss
which has just been put
y the B nai B'nth Vocational
Sen-ice Bureau.
THEATRE
THEATRE
uncom
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
minmi
E. Flagler at
Third
30c 11:15 A. M.
to 1 P. M.
NOW SHOWING AT
REDUCED SUMMER PRICES
Eve. 55cInel. Tax

Those Laugh-Happy
BUCK PRIVATES"
Are Bounding Main-iacs
ABBOTT
and
COSTELLO
with
DICK POWELL
and the
ANDREWS SISTERS
Washington (WNS)Rep. Sam- j
Dickstein of New York chal-
lenged anti-Semitic elements both
in and out of congress to sub-
stantiate their charges that Amer-
ican Jews were trying to plunge
the United States into war when
be introduced a resolution au-,
thorizing the creation of a seven-
man House committee to inves-
tigate the anti-Jewish charges.
The New York congressman
voiced indignation at the manner
in which certain congressmen use J
the House floor as a sounding
board to air their anti-Semitic
and pro-Fascist views. He im-
plied that his resolution was
aimed at Senator Burton K.
Wheeler and Rep. John A. Ran-
kin.
It was a speech by Rep. Ran-
kin, who has for some time now
been capitalizing on occasional
lulls in the House to insert vic-
ious anti-Jewish propaganda in
the Congressional Record, which
resulted in the tragic death of
Rep. M. Michael Edelstein.
Mr. Dickstein's resolution was
widely applauded in liberal
circles here.
Hightstown. N J. (WNS)
Prof. Albert Einstein lauded the
activities of the Hechalutz Or-
ganization of America at dedi-
cation ceremonies for a 208-acre
farm recently acquired by the
Hechalutz to train young Jewish
boys and girls for pioneer life in
Palestine. After inspecting the
farm. Prof. Einstein voiced the
hope that the training program
to equip Jewish youth for life
on Palestine's collective farms
would be successful.
ANTI-JEWISH LAWS ARE IN
EFFECT BY HUNGARIANS
Stockholm CWNS>Under in-
creasing pressure from Nazi-
Germany, the Hungarian gov-
ernment placed into effect the
notorious Nuremberg anti-Jewish
laws, it was reported here. The
government announced that in-
termarriages between Jew and
Aryan" will be forbidden and
dissolved all intermarriages that
took place after Jan. 1. 1933.
Gentile men and women who
married Jews after the specified
date will be considered-unmar-
i ried. and "Aryan" men will not
1 be held responsible for the sup-
port of their Jewish wives. This
regulation will affect thousands
of families in Hungary, it was
estimated No information was
forthcoming on the status of chil-
n born to mixed couples.
It was announced that, hence-
. will not be permitted
employ "Aryan" men servants
ws will be allowed to hire on-
Aryan" women domestics
ve -15 years of age Another
| regulation bars Jewish children
i from attending* public schools.
The government instructed the
Jewish community of Budapest.
it was learned here, to open spe-
I cial schools for Jewish children.
; It was specified that courses in
I the Jewish schools must be giv-
i en in Yiddish or Hebrew. The
' use of Hungarian in these schools
1 has been forbidden.
, Since many of the Jewish chil-
dren in Hungary speak neither
Yiddish nor Hebrew, the govern-
j ment set a limited period in
'. which lessons will be permitted
I in Hungarian. At the expiration
I of the time limit, however, all
! courses must be conducted in
i Yiddish or Hebrew.
Reports reaching here indicat-
I ed that the introduction of the
SAYS CHRONICLE
London (WNS)The influen-
tial London News Chronicle.
which waged a bitter campaign
against anti-Jewish manifesta-
tions in the exiled Polish govern-
ment here, expressed the belief
that Polish government leaders
have come to the realization that
their anti-Semitism has harmed
the cause of a free Poland.
The News Chronicle pre-
dicted that the near future would
:he end of anti-Semitism in
the Polish government and ap-
plauded the action of the Polish
National Council in backing Pre-
mier Wladislaw Sikorskis pledge
of full equality to Jews The
Polish Premier, while in the
United States recently, assured
American Jewish leaders that
there would be no anti-Jewish
discrimination in the new Poland.
The motion adopted by the
Polish National Council said
-The Government of the Polish
Republic shares the principles
expressed by the Prime Minister
in the United States concerning
the Polish government's policy
towards Jews and associates it-
self with his statement on this
matter to the National Council
on June 4th.
Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws
found little favor among the
Hungarian population. The Jew-
ish population of Hungary has
alreadv been restricted, both eco-
nomically and politically, by the
first and second Hungarian anti-
Jew ish laws.
in
"IN THE
NAVY"
1MN
J. Solis Cohan. Jr.
re-elected president of the Jewish
Publication Society at the recent
fifty-third annual meeting. He
will serve his ninth term._______
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FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1941

THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Y. M. H. A. Active in Nations" stallation in the near future
Defense Work These plans will be submitted to
The Y. M H A. has been called
upon by the Dade County De-
fense Council to assist in the
problem of home defense. Mau-
rice Grossman, executive Direc-
tor, has been attending various
conferences and meetings of the
different organizations in Dade
County who have been called
upon to help in this work. The
biggest problem confronting this
area at present is the recreation
for the men in uniform when off
duty. According to Mr. Gross-
man, within the next few weeks
there will be between three and
four thousand men in urn: i
visiting this area every
Bryan C Hanks, chairman of
Dade County Defense Council,
and Ernie Seiler, chairman, re-
creation division. Dade County
Defense Council, have asked ev-
ery organization to submit t( I
committee a list of its recrea-
tional and social facilities. Thi
Y. M. H. A. has been designated
as one of the places in which
dances will be held to entertain
the men in uniform. Any men '
or women wishing to assist in ',
this work, please communicati
with Mr Grossman at the "Y
Installation to Be Held Soon
The newly appointed installa-
tion committee of the Y. M. H. A
and Y. W. H. A met in the office
their respective boards for ap-
Those present at the
meeting were Murry Grossman.
Al Berkdwitz. Joseph A. Berman.
Sam Seitlin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin.
Mrs Hacker. Mrs. Levinson. Miss
Irene Cohen and Maurice Gross-
man. Ex Director.
U. S. O. Drive
iers of this column, please
. I y< iu can to help our boys
up their morale. You can
do this by contributing to the U.
S O drive now in progr<--
News 'Round Town
The Heat is On!
ngrat lations to Doc Beck-
man who '.'.as married in- the
Beth David Synagogue last Sun-
day to Mis .'. tide Stone
executive director, Mr. Maurice
Grossman and Mrs. Grossman,
and daughters Naomi and Rita,
for being such fine hosts at the
first board of directors' meeting
of the Y. M. H. A. which was
held at their home. P. S. The
boys are still talking about the
fine food. etc.
Believe it or not. Twenty-four
of the twenty-five board mem-
bers and officers of the Y. M. H.
A. were present at the first board
meeting of the year. This means
one thing for the general mem-
bershipthey can look forward
I to plenty of activities and action
I from now on.
Our executive director's secre-
tary, Shirley Rothschild, has
been granted a month's leave by
the board of directors. She has
been temporarily replaced by
Naomi Grossman who will carry
on where Shirlev left off.
B'n
dl
Note
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Bowling
couple are spending their
Mr.
who
ion in the Carolinas.
Congratulations also to
and Mrs. Sam Schaeffer
were married last Sunday morn-
ing and who have just returned
from their honeymoon.
Bon Voyage. Nat Blumberg.
treasurer of the "Y." together
with Mrs. Blumberg and their
daughter Charlotte, have left for
an extended stay in New York
City.
Congratulations to Mr. Jerome
Weinkle, "Y" bowling champion,
and Miss Zalka Schwartz, of
Charlotte. N. C. who by the
Standing of the
Duckpin Bowling
of June 5. 1941.
Team
Deuces
The j Zippers
hon- j Quints
Topnotchers
'Sentinels .
Aces
Y. M. H. A.
League, week
W
21
15
11
12
10
9
Individual Averages
of the executive director last; time this column reaches you will
Monday night and discussed have been united in wedded bliss,
plans for the holding of an in-1 Our heartiest thanks to our
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1941
FLORIDA'S NEWEST FINEST & LARGEST
All-Year Hotel
Player G
S. Levin 5
Abe Berkowitz 27
S. Weinkle 27
J. Goldsmith 7
S. Tendrich 26
Al Berkowitz 24
H. Levinson 22
P. Silverman 27
L. Lipowsky 14
J. Spector 10
S. Seitlin 21
A. Reisman 27
M. Budner 21
B Greenstein 14
N. Blumberg 17
M. Streit 27
H. Waitsman 18
Murry Apte .........25
L. Grossberg 25
H Kamins 12
G. Goldsmith 27
A. Winer 27
L. Spector 27
L. Feldman 27
B. Schwertzer 8
D. Rosenthal 14
G. Rachlin 22
S. Kaplan ..... 17
M. Lubel 14
A Silver 26
J. Wilson 24
J. Berman 21
Marvin Apte 18
I. Lasbower ......... 3
K. Kasselman .. .6
M. Cohen 2
M. Friedman 14
M. Margolis l
J. Apte 12
H. Moss 9
R. Krantz 2
F. Rose 8
W. Mackauf 14
M. Schulman 3
Safan 3
Schwartz 3
Feldman ... 2
Namoff 8
Berkowitz 3
Bramson 3
TP
522
2796
2755
2749
2684
2472
2179
2602
1394
954
2073
2704
2060
1380
1636
2713
1753
2379
2423
1135
2534
2607
2522
2586
767
1303
2062
1595
1288
2377
2253
1930
1625
278
535
176
1199
93
1111
804
181
718
1346
202
258
273
168
670
341
259
L
6
12
13
15
17
18
Av.
104
103
102
101
103
103
99
86
99
95
98
100
98
98
96
100
98
95
96
94
93
96
97
96
95
93
93
93
92
91
93
91
90
92
89
88
86
93
92
89
90
89
96
67
86
91
84
83
113
86
The weather bureau has just
announced that the hurricane
season has officially started. We
know summer is here because of
the terrific heat wave we have
had the last week or so. If these
signs are not enough there is
additional proof tnat the season
is definitely over. A movement
is under way to organize a bach-
elors' club in the Lodge. The
wives of the following brothers
have already departed for sum-
mer vacations, temporarily with-
out their husbands: Walter Kov-
ner. Joseph Bermann, Al Green.
Dave Catsman. Morty Moses.
Probably many other brothers
are in the same boat but their
names have not been brought to
my attention.
Congratulations to Dr. and
Mrs. Harold Rand upon having
traveled over life's marital high-
way in Miss and this week cele-
brated their first wedding anni-
versary. May each succeeding
year bring continued health and
happiness.
B'nai B'rith came in for a gnat
<1c al ol praise at the recent con-
ic n nee of rabbis held in Miami
Beach. At the close of the con-
vention a resolution was unani-
mously passed as follows: "Re-
solved, that we highly recom-
mend the fine work being done
by the B'nai B'rith Lodges of
Florida for Jewish communities.
Especially laudable is the estab-
lishment of two rabbinical posts
at the University of Florida for
Jewish men and at the Florida
State College for Women for
Jewish girls. The Florida Rab-
binical Association highly lauds
the work of B'nai B'rith with A.
Z. A. and youth education.'' Sho-
lem Lodge can feel justifiably
proud of this resolution for much
of the work and money that went
into the establishment of these
rabbinical posts came from our
men and our Lodge, and of course
the center of student union and
A. Z. A. work is Miami with re-
spective state B'nai B'rith chair-
men coming from this commun-
ity.
Everyone is still talking about
the splendid meeting and attend-
ance at the last Lodge meeting.
I'll bet dues collections will be
easier from now on. It has al-
ways been my belief that if you
can interest a brother in coming
to meetings you will have no
trouble collecting dues from that
brother. The important thing,
therefore, is for every brother to
resolve to come down to every
meeting and to bring with him
some other brother who has here-
tofore evinced little interest in
meetings.
The first meeting where this
brother bring a brother policy
i can go into effect is the social af-
' fair of the month. As a matter
of fact, every brother should
bring a sister, sweetheart, or
: wife. etc. Under the chau
ship of Bro. Al Berkeley and the
assistance of Burnett" Roth, a
' dance has been planned for the
Lodge. It will be held on Tues-
! day evening, June 24th, at the
Wofford Hotel. Miami Beacn.
which is located at 24th Street
i and the Ocean. Dancing will
probably begin around 9 p. m.
Formal attire is preferred, altho
not essential. It appears
some of our brothers and .-.
have been complaining about the
fact that the orchestras .-.: 3
rhumbas too much. For your
pleasure, therefore, the con.:
tee has instructed the orchestra
to limit its rhumba music. For
those who prefer the rhu-
ample opportunity will be k
them to display their talents
but moderately. Bro. Berkeli 5
made a name for himself las'
year as entertainment chair:
so that the Lodge can look t"r-
ward to another fine social 1
! this coming Tuesday. As an ad-
ded attraction, all Jewish men in
the U. S. armed forces, particu-
larly those connected with the
Opa Locka Naval Air Base. ;.i<
: being invited to attend the dance
as guests of the Lodge. This
| just another example of our co-
operation in making conditions
' as pleasant as possible for those
. who are serving for us.
Incidentally the Lodge intends
to continue in even greater meas-
ure its cooperation with the USO
; (United Service Organizations).
I There is a tremendous field here
for outstanding service and Sho-
lam Lodge, as usual, will be a
leading force for good.
Interest has been increasing in
the pending diamond ball battle
between the Lodge and the Miami
A. Z. A. chapter. The following
brothers have thus far signified
a desire to represent the Lodge:
George Adler, Dave Catsman.
Milton Friedman. Barney Good-
man. Emil Gould (manager). A.
J. Kaplan. John Kronenfeld. Dr.
George Lister, Leonard Margolis.
Marty Milstein. Dr. Harold Rand.
Phil Soidenberg^ Sam Seitlin and
Sam Weisen. First practice will
take place this Sunday morning
at 9 o'clock at Flamingo Park.
Miami Beach. A game is sched-
uled with the Civic League for
a little later in the morning. If
vou want to play come on out.
If you have any gloves, etc.. bring
them with you. Kibitzers are
also welcome.
Adios until next week.
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dressing the fifty-fourth commencement exercises oi the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America in New York City.


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PAGE FOUR lew # s A ncrkBan FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1941 vjemsti florid /arlUSO DRIVE IS BEINOCARRtl N GREATER MUM PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND MIAMI P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE FLORIDA FRED K. SHOCHET igir.g Editor i S %  Matter J v -.-. SUBSCRIPTION SIX MONTHS 11 0 %  MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1941 iCONT NUED FROM PAGt 1) VO:V:.:E NUMBER 25 IN OUR BACK YARD Aa announcement appearing .r. Ine daily press this week informed the p-_bl:c that Gerrr.ar. '^^0::s z-d pcrr.phlets issued by Nazi propaganda agencies :r. the United S:-:es hcve been removed from genera] circulation in the University of Miami brary. The .^:~;:;:n following upon the heels of the presidential order Monday closing the German Library oi Inforrr.a-.:.-. and the Trans-Ocean News Service in addition to the German Consulates in this Country with the exception of the Washington z:::ze came both as a distinct shock and surprise to Mtamians c: all faiths who expressed their amazement that this material had eve: found its way into the school library. Both praise ar.c criticism were directed to the University autharities. Praise was forthcoming following their action in segre-, gating this material immediately. However much criticism' was also expressed in questioning how this material pcssed YWCA. the Jewish Welfare Board and the National Travelers Aid Association, has designed a program of service to defense worker? which will supply them as far as possible the same comtual influence and hosbave known in their home communities. Ir. certain localities where there is a need for sleeping accommo.'. eek-ends. cots will be provided to be set up in these larger rooms where service men nd the night. 7of construction of I these proposed units will be borne i by the government, but operating will be carried by the : •:• Organizations. 'More Thar. 360 of the units be built. To meet expenses of first years operations, the JUS O has launched this nationcampaign to raise S10.765.which the local drive is a Miami Beach raised their "... in a one-day drive held -TIDBrTS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BFRONOUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Is it true that South and Central America officialdom does not like to see Jews participating in our American good will activities? And that the Rockefeller committee bows to thU Nazi-contaminated attitude? We'll have more to say about this as our busy sleuths proceed with their investigation ... Albert Jay Neck's article, "The Jewish Problem in America," in the June issue of the Atlantic Monthly, is causing considerable excitement in Jewish circles But non-Jewish readers are not reacting to it, we hear ... A tip to sensitive souls: Don't let yourseli get involved with writers of "letters to the editor" who try to provoke Jewish readers to come out for war The Nazi Fifth Column has an active section that concentrates on writing such letters to editors, and then collects answers signed with Jewish names The idea being to establish a case that Jews are warmongers. the university officials as being suitable for students whose un%  .ed minds can be so easily sweyed and misdirected by their %  coming in contact with this type of poison. These students are unaware that this poison is pure unadulterated, Nazi antiDemocratic propaganda. We cannot believe, that this material was OK'd for genercl use by the authorities. All conduct, action and policy in the past by the Uuiversity administration justifies our faith. In all events the matter should be thoroughly checked into by Dr. Ashe and Dr. Pearson of the University. A steady vigil of watchfulness and scrutinization of all material p.coed in libraries is necessary and must be had, doubly so,. in cur present world setup and situation. "•'•hen our president has spoken and with decisiveness, he means—asks—needs and deserves the support and cooperative action of and in each community in a small measure, to insure that which he is trying to accomplish in a larger way. With the selective service act in full swing, evidenced by more than 400 leaving from our own community this week, the U S. O. drive now in progress and our defense program, it is not consistent to have our minds poisoned by the Nazis in this underhanded manner. A thorough search of all libraries in the State should be made and this material, wherever found, done away with. ORDER ARREST OP JEWISH PEOPLE NAZI PROPAGANDA BOOKS ARE FOUND IN LIBRARY HERE 'CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) world I believe that Germany r:our will strike in America Great historic developments usually mature underground, to rise into view, suddenly, without any apparent preparation This hook, together with a quantity of other works, has been set aside by the university in order that at some future date serious students may use it as source material. It will no long• r be available to casual readers as in the past. Among the books that r.ave removed were: "Unser'' Amerika"; 'A Nation Builds"— contemporary German architects'university is actually an adjunct of the German Consulate in New York City. Its offices were located in the same building with the Consulate at 17 Battery Place. New York City. Last Monday President Roosevelt felt it necessary to close this agency in order to stop further propaganda efforts on its part. The German Library of Information also published a weekly magazine called Facts in Review" which was sent to editors and libraries throughout the nation. This magazine attempted to present the German people as interested solely in architecture and forests. It sought to mold American public opinion toward the end that America would consider the Reich a nation similar to our own. George Sylvester Viereck, a registered Nazi agent, is editor of this publication. An American citizen. Viereck served as a Gerpropagandist prior to the war. He has been continues efforts under the Hitler Ankara (V.'NS —French military" authorities have ordered the arrest of hundreds of Jews in Damascus and Beirut, it was reported here by the Rome radio, which said that the Jews were seized on charges of espionage. The mass arrests of Jews took place, the Rome radio disclosed, as the British and Free French forces were closing in on Damascus and Beirut. Anti-Jewish disturbances were reported in Damascus with many Jews beaten and scores of Jewish shops looted. Meanwhile, the French newspaper Peetit Parisian attributed the difficulties between the British and the French in Syria to New York Zionists." Rejecting the British and American convention that the French had permitted the Nazis to use Syria as a military base, the pro-Nazi paper charged that the British. instigated by New York Zionists, had promised Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, a larger Jewish national zone in parts of Syria. Trans-Jordan and Iraq as well as Palestine. last ing ture, "German Forests, by Ebner Adalbert; 'Caspar David Friednch"—his life and works, 1 German White Book No 4"; and German White Book regime. New York (WNS;—The American Jewish Congress has anNo. 5 nounced that the lnter-Americar. The last two attempt to present : Jewish Conference, scheduled to proof and documents relating to j bee held in Montevideo, Uruguay the events leading to the outj July 9-11, will be held instead in break of the war. Washington. D. C. The developThe German Library of Infor; ing political situation made the mation which sent these boole i change necessary. FROM THERE AND HERE An indication of the line Gabby Goebbels' propoganda is I taking in his home bailiwick is found in a letter recently received by an American writer from a German friend This believing Nazi wrote that he was sorry to hear of the terrible shortage of food in America, and offered to send his friend some money to help him cope with the situation How he was qoing to get the marks out of Germany was something he failed to specify, however Repatriated Americans returning through Lisbon confirm that the Portuguese capital is swarming with Gestapo agents However, these Nazis carry their imitation of Britishers so far that they become easily recognizable despite their impeccable Oxford accents This because their ating of the role of the traditional Englishman is too perfect to be life-like—as, for example, their habit of religiously donning dinner jackets every night of the year, which is something few Britishers do in a Lisbon summer Columnist Danton Walker wants to know whether it's true that one of the top men in the New York State Employment Service is the brother of a highranking official in the Nazi Messerschmidt Corporation From Hollywood comes the definition of Hitler as a triple-threat Aryan —totalit-Aryan, veget-Aryan and prolet-Aryan. FILM NEWS Columnist Jimmie Fidler wants it known that he's not a Nazi sympathizer or an admirer of Hitler, and that his recent statement that Hollywood would one day make a hero of Adolf meant simply that the Fuehrer would some day be the central character in a historical film An assignment in London for New York's afternoon tabloid, PM, may be screen writer Dorothy Parker's next job With Sam Goldwyn reported ready to pay SI50,000 for the screen rights to Lillian Hellman's "Watch on the Rhine," the first anti-Nazi play on Broadway to be a real box office success, we're wondering what is happening to producer Herman Shumlin's plan to film the stage play on Long Island with its original Broadway cast. YOU SHOULD KNOW Harry Schlacht, publisher of the East Side News, weekly chronicle of the affairs of New York's Lower East Side, may be a candidate for the Congressional seat left vacant by the tragic death of Representative Michael Edelstein, who was literally killed by anti-Semitism on the floor of the House Now that a Jewish army for Palestine is very much in the news and Zionist officials are talking their heads off to the press, it is interesting to note how studiously Vladimir Jabotinsky's name is avoided by all concerned Now would be the time for the General Zionist leadership to pay public tribute to Jabotinsky whenever the subject of the Jewish army comes up The Jewish movie moguls were very much impressed with Dr. Chaim Weizmann on his recent visit to Hollywood Some of them promised great support in the grand Hollywood manner—yes, promised, we say. ABOUT PEOPLE Ben Cohen, legal adviser to the American Embassy at London, wants to return to his post rather than accept either the Securities Exchange Commission chairmanship, or the SolicitorGeneralship of the U. S. Which may mean that Morris Ernst, who had been slated as Cohen's sucessor at London, may have a chance to become Solicitor-General ... Off to the Far East to see what can be done about keeping the Burma Road open for aid to China is Daniel Arnstein Ben Hecht is aching to write a comedy about some of our Jews who are afraid to be Jewish. Cartoonist Milt Gross feels that now he has achieved the rank of a true immortal He's just heard that the Nazis have burned the "Nize Baby'' sketches with which he used to amuse us years ago ... It looks as if major league baseball would be losing another of its Jewish stars soon to Uncle Sam's league. This time it's Morrie Arnovich, New York Giants outfielder, whom the draft board wants to see ... We wonder whether Harry Shapero, the young American composer who just won the coveted Prix de Rome, isn't just a little consoled by the fact that the international situation prevents him from spending a year studying music in Rome ... We doubt that any one named Shapero would be welcomed in Rome these days Congratulations to Buddy Baer—who. like older brother Max, wears a Mogen David on his boxing trunks—on the birth of a daughter. Did you know that Samuel De Caceres, brother-in-law of Benedict Spmoza and ancestor of essayist Benjamin de Casseres, was a most influential poet and preacher, and the editor of a Spanish edition of the Bible, although he lived to be only thirtyreceived his LLB. Degree from two years old? the University of Miami at the WAP P/-urPe graduation exercises recently and t i-u a ,. *- %  t^nUlfca will start the practice of law here ^she Hore-Beusha, former British Secretary of State for War. He will be sworn in today by slated i( >x a comeback in the next reshuffling of the Churchill Judge George E. Holt. I S mom. (CONTINUED ON PAGE S) Max Silver



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PAGE SIX vJenist) FkrkHar, FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 194! Leaders Who Will Direct Destinies of Federation for 1941-1942 BENJAMIN BRONSTON President STANLEY C. MYERS Chairman of Board (of directors) ALBERT E. BERKELEY Secretary J. GERALD LEWIS Treasurer MONTE SELIG Assistant Treasurer ELRY STONE Vice-President SAM BLANK Vice-President DAY J. APTE Vice-President JAKE SHER Vice-President STUDENTS START SOCIAL BOYCOTT Stockholm (WNS)—In the face Oi Nazi threats of severe reprisals, university students throughout the Netherlands staged mass demonstrations against the imposition by the Nazis of antiJewish laws, it was reported. The demonstrations occurred in Amsterdam. Rotterdam, the Hague and other cities. Throngs of students, carrying placards condemning the Nazi anti-Jewish regulations, marched through the streets of Holland's major cities. Many of the students, though not Jewish, wore on their coat sleeves the yellow i arm-band which Jews must wear. The students have agreed among themselves, it was re-1 ported, to continue wearing the I yellow arm-bands until the antiJewish decree is revoked. They feel that it is an eloquent manifestation of their displeasure with the entire Nazi anti-Jewish program. A traveller arriving here from Nazi-occupied Holland reported that the students have initiated a social boycott against the Naziappointed mayors and other municipal officials of the countrys' big cities. The movement has spread rapidly, with the great majority of the Netherlanders avoiding their local officials. BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER Vice-President J. W. V. TO INSTALL NEW OFFICERS. ST. PETERSBURG Induction of a Jewish War Veterans Post, 246, at St Petersburg, to be followed by the installation of officers will take place at the Suwar.ee Hotel Ball Room, at 8 p. m. Sunday, June 22nd. 1941 at St. Petersburg. Florida. Program for the day includes a Department of Florida meeting at 12 noon: A pilgrimage by all J. W. V. Veterans and ladies of the Auxiliary to U. S. Veterans Hospitals at Bay Pines at 3 p. m.. .The induction of the post by National V. Commander, Harry H. Farr and the installation of officers by Dept. Commander Nat Roth; Reverend Richard Evans, executive vice-president of Florida Congress on Democracy, as principal speaker: a talk by Lieutenant Colonel M. O'Brasky Camp Blanding, is on the program. Department Commander Roth has invited all Veterans as well as all Jewry of the West Coast area to attend. Large delegations of Veterans and Ladies of the Auxiliaries from the entire state are planning to attend. All Veteran organizations will be present and a feature of the program will be the Massing of All Colors. DENIES CHARGES INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of Abraham Van Grover who disappeared from his home in the Bronx about 8 years ago. Van Grover, who is believed to be in Florida, was born in England some 38 years ago, it 5 ft. 10 in. tall, weighed 175 pounds, black hair, blue eyes, a taxi driver by occupation. Anyone aware of his whereabouts is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. New York (WNS)—Genereso Pope, Italian newspaper publisher, has advised the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League of his unswerving loyalty to the United States and insisted that recent accusations leveled against him of pro-Axis sentiment were completely unfounded, it was announced here. In a statement to the League, Mr. Pope said: "I can categorically state that I am not pro-Fascist, pro-Communist, anti-Semitic nor anything but pro-American. If evidence be needed, may I point to my friendship with and complete support for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his policies. "As far as the anti-Semitic calummy against me is concerned, may I point out that 21 members of the staff of my newspapers and business enterprises, holding important positions, happen to be of the Jewish faith. At present I am waging a campaign in my newspapers against discrimination in industry The attempt to divide the American people on the basis of race, color, or creed, is absolutely un-American and undemocratic. I am not nor ever have been in any way anti-Semitic; on the contrary, I believe that anti-Semitism is unAmerican." Located in the "Land of the Sky" near Hendersonville, N. C. and catering to boys between the ages of 8 to 18, the camp is under the direction of Rabbi George Soloman, recognized and well known as active in youth work. The camp features individual attention and offers athletics, crafts, riding and many other outlets of rest, education and enjoyment for the campers. Parents interested in sending their chilj dren may contact Mr. Estroff. phone 7-3008. A reasonable] tuition fee is charged. LINER DEPARTS WITH REFUGEES PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mrs. S. Gelder and family are visiting in Orlando. Beth El Sunday School picnic was held Sunday at Du Bois fishing comp. Mrs. Aaron Bergman left Wednesday for California to visit relatives. Beth Israel sisterhood held a card party Wednesday night with Mrs. Martin Dubin as hostess. RABBI GEORGE SOLOMAN IS DIRECTOR OF BOYS CAMP S. Estroff is the local representative for Camp Osceola. Hebrew Classes of Congregation Beth El are being held daily by Rabbi M. Greenstein at Sher Memorial Hall. Flag Day exercises were held by B'nai B'rith, 1146 at Sher Memorial Hall Monday night. Guest speaker was Judge E B Donnell. Others on the program were: Dr. Carl N. Herman. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein and J H Lesser, Lisbon (WNS)—A gay atmosphere marked the departure from this last exit of Europe of the Portuguese liner Mouzinho. which sailed for New York with 700 refugees aboard, including 130 children, most of them Jewish. The refugee children, taken from homes and internment camps maintained by OSE, Jewish health socitey, in Marseille, will be placed in American homes under the auspices of the United States Committee for Care of European Children. The parents of many of the children died in Nazi concentration camps, others are at present interned in many parts of Nazi-occupied Europe. Upon their arrival here from France, most of the youngsters were dressed in rags and woodensoled shoes. Morris C. Troper, European head of the Joint Distribution Committee, arranged to have new clothes bought for them. For many, it was the first time in years that they had worn new clothes. A special luncheon was held aboard ship before the Mouzinho sailed. Mr, Troper praised Amercan consulates here, in France and elsewhere for their day-and-night work in speeding the visas for the young refugees. He lauded also Portuguese officials who had arranged quick transit.



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nUDAY, JUNE 20, 1941 fJenist fkrkimr PAGE THREE The ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH drew thousands of replies not long ago. Estelle Sternberger is director of World Peaceways. The National Council of Jewish Women has made peace work a major part of its activities. Of late calumny has been heaped upon the Jewish bankers as being the promoters of war. S me weeks ago. a United States ..„ a rtumar ftaiort, *imi to which on< %  } %  M nator on a nationradio 'Kj^'7r^lmsat!hlt ri | nM been "shalom" which means 1 hookup, in line with the Nazi tl U* tffviet, lUttr t v* "peace." The greatest plea for i propagandists, singled out *".rtE"ii7 peace is contained in the Old : Rothschilds as the instigators of Testament book of Isaiah, who the second World War. Of course longed for the day when "plowthis senator has not read the hisshares shall be beaten into pruntory of the Rothschilds written by ing hooks: nation shall not make, Count Corti. who reveals that war against nation: neither shallI the House of Rothschild, through-] there be war any more.' ..•. its history, consistently Almost four hundred-. igo fused to fl the Italian Jew dc Rossi of Man-1 poses. We have assembled quite a' tua wrote: "All the peoples of Finally s far as the sentin II in of obscene cartoons i the earth should know that whil< f th Am h-h lav the charge of "warwe. the remnant of Israel, live in today is concerned, :t does not •'. ^ doof of the dispersion, we are obliged, ac.-..: m that of the wT'Of course, this is an old., cording to the words of th • American >lrIstorv The Jews are blamed I Prophets and the tradition of people, who wish I see us refnr .11 the ills and aches of man-' the Fathers, to pray for the peace main out of the world conflict kind and the anti-Semite stops and welfare of the Stat€ thai aid Britain at nothing in his malicious ef-, rules over us. At the pr. rvi ry way short of war. forts to build racial and religious | time above all. when for our sins "Beyond Tears" hitred The Nazis, with their we are scattered to the four A? .. s pUD hc relations diabolical cleverness in the; winds, it is our duty to supphwork ..... ADL frequently preSDreading of falsehood, have cate Almighty God for the aXs \ k on appropriate subfaeen responsible for much of the. of all the inhabit! ut ..... ,,.,-,1-lH that r\n nonno me fkAJiS iS BM• /•""'. cla,,y bf L MI.-,' r* qveittoner mil be held m ,,<"••• cnf U—e* it h> d'suis. War-Mongers? Within the past few weeks a number of solicitors for out of town organizations, some of which profess to be engaged in the fight against un-Americanism. have made their appearance in the Miami area. The Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League again urges that before any member of the Jewish communtiy contribute to causes of this nature, he consult with the office of the League, which is in a position to furnish accurate and authentic evaluations of the worthwhileness of the cause for which support is being sought. REFUGEE PROBLEM TOPIC OF A DISCUSSION LAST WEEK been responsible for much of tne. oi %  < urc uu a ...v, jects to trie vanous uoranes. propaganda that the Jews are' world, that no people may lift up Many o{ these publications aid the instigators of wars. A few' the sword against another in cr ._ better understandhistorical facts may be relevant, j and that He may remove from | mg of the dangers confronting For centuries "the greeting their hearts all strife a: _•. rican democracy and the 'act< may be relevant. l l '"=•• %  %  ••" %  •—•• mg ot me oangeis COIUIU centuries 'the greeting their hearts all strife and natr. :can democracy and the —— I implanting instead of peace in thi ,._ vi irom W hich they stem ^ ; world: for in their | 0 .. hl> hlinks distributed have peace. It was a Jew. Sir Ernest Cassel, who strove for peace I etween England and Germany, and creTWO A.M. ANO NOT A NEHVINE TABLET IN THE HOUSE One of the books distributed by .1)1. very extensively during, the past few months was Irmgard' Litten's "Beyond Tears." a simple story about an Aryan M SUSP Do You Lie Awake Nights? M ILLIONS do. The worst of it is, you never know when a sleepless night is coming. Why not be prepared? DR. MILES Effervescent Nervine Tablets help to quiet the nerves and permit refreshing sleep. Stop in at the drug store today and get a package. Try Dr. Miles Nervine Tablets for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Neruou* Headache, Excitability, Nervous Irritability. Sm*II Package 35* Large Package 75* BM4 fill JlrMtfei in Mckaf*. NERVINE TABLETS cngidiici uiiu "<•""". %  • "••" Simple story auoui an nt^wi : ated the Anglo-German FoundaGerman mother's struggle to save tion for this purpose In this ,. Ar son f rorn tne terrible ven-j he was supported by another geance 0 f Hitler. At the same: great Jewish pesonality. Albert | t j me lno h^k describes the in-i I Ballin. founder of the Germany umpn 0 f tr e human spirit over 1 Mercantile Marine, whose mem-, he most re l e ntless tortures of ; ory has lately been abused by the Nazis. The first great internal peace conference at the Hague. in 1899. was inspired by the Rus' sian Jew Ivan de Blioch. whose learned studies on war greatly body and mind yet devised by man A review of this remarkable piece of literature by P. R. is well worth space in our column: forj the courage and steadfastness of j I both Frau Litten and her son: influenced not only the Czar but j Hans wi u serve as "models and Other great national leaders. 'inspiration for all the millions i From this came The Hague s, who are resolved that no Nazi Permanent Court of International j reV olution shall crush freedom of I Justice. The late Oscar Straus. CX p re ssion on this earth." Representatives of the i :. organizations thi area •:ng of the Miami Refugee Committee held isl eek to discuss the refugee problem locally Day J. Apte led Two sketches were nted, one a presentation by Miamians, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rabe. and Mr. and Mrs M Friedman. The other by newcomers had the following Florence Neagle, Pauline Kary, George Janner and Eugene Boral. the author being George Janner. The speakers of the evening were: Dav J Apte. Ernest Gunzberg. and Mrs Monte Selig, Mrs Gertrude Davis and Mrs Bess Spanner, all of whom presented an interesting picture of how the refugee is planned and cared for nationally, internationally, by the State of Florida, and locally, by the Miami Refugee Committee. A discussion followed as to how best to integrate the newcomer into the community, verygenuine interest being evinced for a co-ordinated plan in which all organizations would participate. TEL fllR RAID KILLED Jerusalem tWNS' — Palestine grimly speeded defense preparations as the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv buried its 14 victims of an enemy air raid, the first th great Jewish metropolis h^s experienced since Sept. 9. when Italian bombers roared over Tei Aviv, killing 21 Jews. In addition to the 14_ killed. most of them more than TO years of age and inmates of a Jewish home for invalids on Bilu Street in the northern district of Tel Aviv, 24 Jews were injured. Ore of the victims was an 82-year-old women who died of heart failure during the bombing A huge throng turned the funeral services for the city a dead. Mayor Israel Rokac'n spoke at services in front of the Hadassah Hospital and Rabbi Amiel chanted "kaddish" before the Great Synagogue. An a,ir raid alarm was sounded during the services but no enemy planes appeared. The raiders flew over Tel Aviv in two waves, the first one reaching the city a few minutes afl 2 A. M. Most of the city's population descended to the citj air raid shelters as soon as the first alarm was sounded. Police and air raid precautions workers reported that the population rcmained calm. While British and Free French forces pressed deeper into Syria and Lebanon, enemy raiders struck back at Haifa but caused little damage and loss of life. Both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem had several air raid alarms during the week Several of the raiders were reported brought down by anti-aircraft fire. one-time United States Ambassador to Turkey, was chairman of the League of Nations Peace Committee. In 1911 the Nobel Peace Prize was divided between two Jews. Tobias Asser of Holland a great international lawyer, and Alfred Fried of Vienna, founder of the German Peace Society The late Solmon Levinson, Chicago attorney, was responsible for the famous Kellog Peace Pact. The late Edward A. F.lene of Boston, Oscar Straus and Felix Moschelles the English artist, all have contributed to the cause of world peace. Eddie Cantor has done more than any other person to dramatize vividly the preciousness of peace by his songs, and by his peace essay contest. WPi Emamuel SxyAxhn nd 9x>tolon and UaAAty Announce to Their Many Friends of Miami and Miami Beach a Change of Their Firm Name to the C0RDOII H1I1ERBI HomE (Formerly Miami Jewish Funeral Home) 710 S. W. 12th Avenue PHONE 3-3431 SERVING Mliyi BEACH & MIAMI ._ "EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH" RENDERING BOTH REFORM AND ORTHODOXSERVICES SEXTONS TO TEMPLE ISRAEL The rising young liberal lawyer, Litten. first crossed swords %  with Hitler in 1931. when he sub-j poenaed the budding young; Fuehrer in a case involving the stabbing of workmen by a group | of Storm Troopers. Adolf Hitler i never forgot those two uncomfortable hours on the witness, stand. At the time of the Reichstag fire in 1933. Litten was arrested and taken to the first in I a series of concentration camps. The five years that followed—i years filled with persistent efforts to gain his freedom—are the source material for Frau Litten s book. They end with his death. %  •by suicide." in 1938. and the last picture we have of these two is the picture of the mother watching her son's body descendmg into the crematory, flames. This is no mere concentration j camp horror story, although the brutalities of the Nazu, are, thoroughly depicted. ^"*H takes the reader into the offices of the most important figures S present-day Germany-for the | amily was a respected one. and had access to many prominen ; individuals-and shows what happens to men and morals under the impact of the Nazi ph.losoPh paralleling ones admiration for the amazing bravery of this German mother is a Pervading reaction of what totalitarianism means in terms of corrosion of the soul and perversion of the intellect Frau Litten's battle ill a tactical defeat, but she would be the first to agree that Tn the end it will stand as factory for all the men of good will throughout the world. Ti. ollko of the A-i-Dtfomciu J.. olitrti oi D K(0\MV OP AUTOMATIC CAS WATER BEATIFIC PEOPLES H 1 1 T • J COMPANY Hiiai %  •sea %  BBSS.


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PAGE EIGHT *Jknist flcrJdUar) FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1941 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Y. M. H. A. Active in Nations" stallation in the near future Defense Work These plans will be submitted to The Y. M H A. has been called upon by the Dade County Defense Council to assist in the problem of home defense. Maurice Grossman, executive Director, has been attending various conferences and meetings of the different organizations in Dade County who have been called upon to help in this work. The biggest problem confronting this area at present is the recreation for the men in uniform when off duty. According to Mr. Grossman, within the next few weeks there will be between three and four thousand men in urn: i visiting this area every Bryan C Hanks, chairman of Dade County Defense Council, and Ernie Seiler, chairman, recreation division. Dade County Defense Council, have asked every organization to submit t( I committee a list of its recreational and social facilities. Thi Y. M. H. A. has been designated as one of the places in which dances will be held to entertain the men in uniform. Any men or women wishing to assist in ', this work, please communicati with Mr Grossman at the "Y Installation to Be Held Soon The newly appointed installation committee of the Y. M. H. A and Y. W. H. A met in the office their respective boards for apThose present at the meeting were Murry Grossman. Al Berkdwitz. Joseph A. Berman. Sam Seitlin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin. Mrs Hacker. Mrs. Levinson. Miss Irene Cohen and Maurice Grossman. Ex Director. U. S. O. Drive iers of this column, please I y< IU can to help our boys up their morale. You can do this by contributing to the U. S O drive now in progr<-News 'Round Town The Heat is On! ngrat lations to Doc Beckman who '.'.as married inthe Beth David Synagogue last Sunday to Mis .'. tide Stone executive director, Mr. Maurice Grossman and Mrs. Grossman, and daughters Naomi and Rita, for being such fine hosts at the first board of directors' meeting of the Y. M. H. A. which was held at their home. P. S. The boys are still talking about the fine food. etc. Believe it or not. Twenty-four of the twenty-five board members and officers of the Y. M. H. A. were present at the first board meeting of the year. This means one thing for the general membership—they can look forward I to plenty of activities and action I from now on. Our executive director's secretary, Shirley Rothschild, has been granted a month's leave by the board of directors. She has been temporarily replaced by Naomi Grossman who will carry on where Shirlev left off. B'n dl Note By MILTON FRIEDMAN Bowling couple are spending their Mr. who ion in the Carolinas. Congratulations also to and Mrs. Sam Schaeffer were married last Sunday morning and who have just returned from their honeymoon. Bon Voyage. Nat Blumberg. treasurer of the "Y." together with Mrs. Blumberg and their daughter Charlotte, have left for an extended stay in New York City. Congratulations to Mr. Jerome Weinkle, "Y" bowling champion, and Miss Zalka Schwartz, of Charlotte. N. C. who by the Standing of the Duckpin Bowling of June 5. 1941. Team Deuces The j Zippers honj Quints Topnotchers 'Sentinels Aces Y. M. H. A. League, week W 21 15 11 12 10 9 Individual Averages of the executive director last; time this column reaches you will Monday night and discussed have been united in wedded bliss, plans for the holding of an in-1 Our heartiest thanks to our HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN (—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for 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 • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST & LARGEST All-Year Hotel Player G S. Levin 5 Abe Berkowitz 27 S. Weinkle 27 J. Goldsmith 7 S. Tendrich 26 Al Berkowitz 24 H. Levinson 22 P. Silverman 27 L. Lipowsky 14 J. Spector 10 S. Seitlin 21 A. Reisman 27 M. Budner 21 B Greenstein 14 N. Blumberg 17 M. Streit 27 H. Waitsman 18 Murry Apte 2 5 L. Grossberg 25 H Kamins 12 G. Goldsmith 27 A. Winer 27 L. Spector 27 L. Feldman 27 B. Schwertzer 8 D. Rosenthal 14 G. Rachlin 22 S. Kaplan 17 M. Lubel 14 A Silver 26 J. Wilson 24 J. Berman 21 Marvin Apte 18 I. Lasbower 3 K. Kasselman .. .6 M. Cohen 2 M. Friedman 14 M. Margolis l J. Apte 12 H. Moss 9 R. Krantz 2 F. Rose 8 W. Mackauf 14 M. Schulman 3 Safan 3 Schwartz 3 Feldman ... 2 Namoff 8 Berkowitz 3 Bramson 3 TP 522 2796 2755 2749 2684 2472 2179 2602 1394 954 2073 2704 2060 1380 1636 2713 1753 2379 2423 1135 2534 2607 2522 2586 767 1303 2062 1595 1288 2377 2253 1930 1625 278 535 176 1199 93 1111 804 181 718 1346 202 258 273 168 670 341 259 L 6 12 13 15 17 18 Av. 104 103 102 101 103 103 99 86 99 95 98 100 98 98 96 100 98 95 96 94 93 96 97 96 95 93 93 93 92 91 93 91 90 92 89 88 86 93 92 89 90 89 96 67 86 91 84 83 113 86 The weather bureau has just announced that the hurricane season has officially started. We know summer is here because of the terrific heat wave we have had the last week or so. If these signs are not enough there is additional proof tnat the season is definitely over. A movement is under way to organize a bachelors' club in the Lodge. The wives of the following brothers have already departed for summer vacations, temporarily without their husbands: Walter Kovner. Joseph Bermann, Al Green. Dave Catsman. Morty Moses. Probably many other brothers are in the same boat but their names have not been brought to my attention. Congratulations to Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand upon having traveled over life's marital highway in Miss and this week celebrated their first wedding anniversary. May each succeeding year bring continued health and happiness. B'nai B'rith came in for a gnat <1c al ol praise at the recent conic n nee of rabbis held in Miami Beach. At the close of the convention a resolution was unanimously passed as follows: "Resolved, that we highly recommend the fine work being done by the B'nai B'rith Lodges of Florida for Jewish communities. Especially laudable is the establishment of two rabbinical posts at the University of Florida for Jewish men and at the Florida State College for Women for Jewish girls. The Florida Rabbinical Association highly lauds the work of B'nai B'rith with A. Z. A. and youth education.'' Sholem Lodge can feel justifiably proud of this resolution for much of the work and money that went into the establishment of these rabbinical posts came from our men and our Lodge, and of course the center of student union and A. Z. A. work is Miami with respective state B'nai B'rith chairmen coming from this community. Everyone is still talking about the splendid meeting and attendance at the last Lodge meeting. I'll bet dues collections will be easier from now on. It has always been my belief that if you can interest a brother in coming to meetings you will have no trouble collecting dues from that brother. The important thing, therefore, is for every brother to resolve to come down to every meeting and to bring with him some other brother who has heretofore evinced little interest in meetings. The first meeting where this brother bring a brother policy i can go into effect is the social af' fair of the month. As a matter of fact, every brother should bring a sister, sweetheart, or : wife. etc. Under the chau ship of Bro. Al Berkeley and the %  assistance of Burnett" Roth, a %  dance has been planned for the Lodge. It will be held on Tues! day evening, June 24th, at the Wofford Hotel. Miami Beacn. which is located at 24th Street i and the Ocean. Dancing will probably begin around 9 p. m. Formal attire is preferred, altho not essential. It appears some of our brothers and .-. have been complaining about the fact that the orchestras .-•.:• 3 rhumbas too much. For your pleasure, therefore, the con.: tee has instructed the orchestra to limit its rhumba music. For those who prefer the rhuample opportunity will be K them to display their talents— but moderately. Bro. Berkeli 5 made a name for himself las' year as entertainment chair: so that the Lodge can look t"rward to another fine social 1 this coming Tuesday. As an added attraction, all Jewish men in the U. S. armed forces, particularly those connected with the Opa Locka Naval Air Base. ;.i< : being invited to attend the dance as guests of the Lodge. This | just another example of our cooperation in making conditions as pleasant as possible for those who are serving for us. Incidentally the Lodge intends to continue in even greater measure its cooperation with the USO ; (United Service Organizations). I There is a tremendous field here for outstanding service and Sholam Lodge, as usual, will be a leading force for good. Interest has been increasing in the pending diamond ball battle between the Lodge and the Miami A. Z. A. chapter. The following brothers have thus far signified a desire to represent the Lodge: George Adler, Dave Catsman. Milton Friedman. Barney Goodman. Emil Gould (manager). A. J. Kaplan. John Kronenfeld. Dr. George Lister, Leonard Margolis. Marty Milstein. Dr. Harold Rand. Phil Soidenberg^ Sam Seitlin and Sam Weisen. First practice will take place this Sunday morning at 9 o'clock at Flamingo Park. Miami Beach. A game is scheduled with the Civic League for a little later in the morning. If vou want to play come on out. If you have any gloves, etc.. bring them with you. Kibitzers are also welcome. Adios until next week. THE RIVIERA Near Daytona Beach. Ideal Contention or Conferenee Headquarter*. Capaeitg 400. The only Hotel Bar open all year between Jacksonville & I'alm Beach. Radio and Fan in Every Room. Golf Links. Artesian Swimming Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Hadminton. Ping Pong. Croquet Horseshoe and Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Conrentlon Hall. Banquet Facilities. Sparious Grounds. COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA. AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current meets the Gulf Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing are Superb. Write for Special fiumn-rr Rnlrf. April to December. Hotel Riviera, Box 429. Daytona Beach, Fla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. L. FREDERICK BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 912 Congress Building Phone 2-7112 Res. Phone 7-5192 MIAMI. FLORIDA IT LIKES YOU The Honorable Herbert H. Lehman. Governor of the State of New York, receded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law. before ad dressing the fifty-fourth commencement exercises oi the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City.



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HUDAY. PJNE 20. 1941 >Jenistfkfkikir PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 'ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbi's Residence: 1821 S W. 14th Terrae* Phone 3-5192 5M S W. 17th Avenut i I TALMUD TORAH 1545 S W. Third Street^ 1 SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachris 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon Mincha 8:00 a. m. ..5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. PRINCIPAL SPEAKERS AT CONFERENCE OF AMERICAN RABBIS NEXT WEEK Maariv — — F^ay 5 :15 and 8:30 p.m. Sabbath Service 9 :00 a. m. Ladies Auxiliary next function of the La\ ixilary will be a card parnight. June 22 at 8:30 the synagogue. Mrs. Max Kupferstein and Mrs. Pepill act as hostesses and an tion is extended to all*) the synagogue to come this affair. The cntii proceeds of the evening will I, voted to the Talmud Torah j F I of the Auxiliary. Meeting Schedule ig the summer months the ( schedule of meetings was ;ed to once a month, rather than twice monthly as is the 1 practice during the year. Excep:11 be made when the need arises which will be called subi .rcumstance. In the Synagogue Rabbi Kellner has returned fri : a brief visit to the north where he visited with his parand family. The regular Shabbos afternoon class in Perek as well as the daily classes in Shulchon Aruch are aga:n conducted by the Rabbi. Rabbi Kellner will speak during the Jewish Radio Hour this Sur.day, June 22. at 4:30 p. m., over Station WIOD on the subject of "Our First Duty." Nichum Ovelium We chronicle with profound regret the passing of the late Mrs. Lena Goodman of blessed memory and beg to extend to her dear ones the congregation's • st sympathy. Waihington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5.1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Phone 4.0406 2263 S W. 21t Terrace Daily Synagogue Services Shachriss daily at 8 A. M; Saturday at 8:30 A. M. Junior | Congregation at 9:0U A. M Mincha. daily at 6:45 P. M Maariv. daily at 7:30 P. M: Saturday at 7:45 P M Religious School Hours Classes are held Mondays. Tuesdays. Wednesdays. Thursdays in hour classes from 8:30 to 12:30 each morning. SI begin with Beginners Hebrew reading, and continue to the study of Bible, grammar and Rashi. During the vacatii our cantor. Miss Sonya Shpall instructs all students. Registration of children takes place each week day morning. There is no registration charge for the summer months, CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregition) TEMPLE ISRAEL 135 N. W. Third Av*nu MAX. SMAcmy, Kaooi 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 22176 !i 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. I 8996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. 2WITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1734 Miami Beach i Permanent Cala n da r Daily Service* 7:30 a. m. Evening Services 6 :00 p. m. Saturday morning 830 ft. m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School daily— 3:15-0:13 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays-10:l0a.Bn, Dr. Joshua Liebman of Temple Israel. Boston, who will be heard in one of the major addresses of the fifty-second annual meeting of the Central Conferene of American Rabbis in Atlantic City next week. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) government The beat and most fearless expose of the retain government in France is the series published in the New \ork Herald-Tribune by Henry Bernstein, famous French Jewish dramatist in exile here Bern, stein proves, with quotations from the late Marshals Joffre and Foch and other leaders of the Allied effort in the World War Number One that back in 1918 Petain was ready to sell out Britain, and was prevented only by Foch's taking over of the command. Dr. Solomon F. Freehof of Temple Rodef Shalom. Pittsburgh, Pa., who will discuss the advisability of a code of practice for Liberal Judaism, at the fiftysecond annual meeting of the Central Conference of American Rabbis in Atlantic City next week. For'Safety, Security and Liberal Return ,.. Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation lME FBHIAL + V^ OF MIAMI Talmud Torah We are happy to note the increased registration for the summer months at our daily Hebrew school, and hope that more parents will take advantage of these summer classes by sending their children regularly. Annual Congregational Meeting The annual meeting of Beth David Congregation will be held Sunday evening. Juno 29th. at Beth David Auditorium. Full details will be mentioned in next wek's issue. Sisterhood Bulletin Beth David Sisterhood will hold its card, bingo and mah jongg party this Monday afternon at the Southern' Dairies Hostess Room. 62 N. E. 27th St., at 2 o'clock. It is hoped that a good many members and friends will join 'with us. Refreshments will be served and prizes distributed. Moonlight Boat Ride One of the outstanding events for the summer calendar will be a gala moonlight boat ride for Tuesday evening. July 8th. at 8 o'clock. Mrs. J. Engler, chairman, is extending a request to all members and friends to make their reservations without delay, as the Yacht Biscayne has a very limited capacity. Remember, July 8th at Pier 6. on Yacht Biscayne. Board Meeting At a regular board meeting held at Beth David auditorium Wednesday afternoon.June 18th. Mrs. Isador Fine, president of the Sisterhood, outlined her program and appointed her chairmen for the ensuing year. Congregational Regular services at Temple Israel will be held this Friday evening. June 20th. 8:15 o'clock, with Dr. Jacob H Kaplan officiating. Services continue at the Temple during the summer months with Congregational singing and participation. Men's Club Boat Ride The Men's Club of Temple Israel will hold its annual boat ride on Monday evening, June 23 at 8:15 o'clock on the yacht Seven Seas, leaving pier No. 8. City Yacht Basin. Miami. Dancing, refreshments, all for $1.00. Meet all vour Temple friends at this annual affair. Tickets can be obtained from any of the following committee members, or at %  the Temple office: Harry Boyell. 14-6862: Harold B Spaet. 3-8921; | Dr. B. B. Berkeley, 5-6102; Dr. B. H. Sadowsky. 5-7723: Paul H. Marks. 2-2617: Dr. Alfred Augustine. 3-3511. In Memoriam "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: 1 Yahrzeits: Moses Sonneborn. father of Mrs. Herbert A. Simon; Alex Miller, husband of Mrs. Ida Miller: Charles Sprintz. father of Henry Sprintz: Leo J. Weintraub. father of Jack B. Weintraub. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having article* of clothing-, furniture, etc. that are not being ued or needed. S leaae oooperate with the ualea Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. and ** J these article* to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained by them. — If You Cannot Bnno These to the RUMMAGE 8T0RE Located at IV N. W. 5th St. Pleas* Phone Mr*. L. J. Hartz. 2-7139 Mr*. Morri* Oubler. 5.S517 Mr* Harry_Kaufman. 9-42S9 Jewish W*lfar* Office. 35377 Mr*. M*y*r Schwartz. 2.1864 and they will be called for I 45 NORTHEAST FIRST Resource. Over $5,600,000 J. M. LIPTON. President r SWt AVENUE Dr. Nelson Glueck of the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, who will discuss the effect of his own recent archaeological findings on our knowledge of the Bible and the Jew, Mat the fifty-second annual meetine of the Central Conference of American Rabbis in Atlantic City next week. CALENDAR OF EVENTS it 0 T .n ^%&,&rS^i£Sv^&^x • k. rnntinued co-operation of every group In the community. Date* nr ne.t week's issue should be In the office by Wedne.day morning. To rvoid POMible confu.ion and ov.rlapping. officer, of organlzat.ona I !" r^u.JtadI to notify thi. bureau of t.ntatlv. dat*. aa *arly •• P M T he Jewl.h FlorWIan. 21 S. W. 2nd Avenu., phon. 2-1141 which candle?* th. bur.au for all organization., £ rsaOy to *rve any t.m. in the matter of clearing data*. THE TRAIL TAVERN FEATURES "Chicken In The Pan • 50c FREE DELIVERY s. w. sth st. ""• -* ,M RHTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL ^ j aStSTJ9MO. w. SECOND rSSff FOURTH MONDAY SE ofe N a?h month, regular meet n^o 1 .idle* Auxiliary Jewish r > etera-ns and atoo Freda Markowlta roiJRTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women'. Division. American Jew-JCOSD" TUESDAY EACH MONTH SlSerhood Miami Beach Jewish Place. JUNE 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. 24—Workmen's Circle 692. election of officers, Biscayne Collins Hotel. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rlth. FOURTH TUESDAY of every month, regular meeting of National Horn*


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piDAY. JUNE 20. 1941 + 3eiit rkrk#ar PAGE SEVEN REFUGEES FROM Lisbon (WNS—The United a has instructed its consulate "here to refuse visas henceforth to refugees who have close relatives In Germany and all Nazi-occupied countries, it was disclosed here. Thousands of refugees, including many who (a ce imprisonment unless they can escape to America were affected by the now regulation. Tv e American order was desunied to thwart a Nazi seheme to exert pressure on refugees arriving in the United States by threatening to send their relative back home to concentration camps, it was believed Refugee relief officials here stated that the order will cause considerable hardships since emigration will be limited to person? without families in Nazi territory. One solution, it was said, was to attempt to remove entire families from Germany one at a time. Representatives of American refugee aid organizations, including the Joint Distribution Committee, the Quakers and the Unitarians, headed by Morris C. Troper, European head of the J. D C. arranged to confer with S H Wylie, U. S. Consul General here on the new procedure made necessarv bv the order. "IN THE NAVY" OPENS AT MIAMI AND BEACH SHOWS Abbott and Costello and Dick Powell were discussing early respective struggles in the showworld, on the massive battleship set of their new comedy. "In The Navy." which opens Friday, June 20th at the Lincoln and Miami Theatres. "Success," said the tall lean j Bud Abbott, is merely a matter' of getting the breaks." "And he doesn't mean broken i bones, either." interrupted Lou Costello. his rotund team mate "We've been together—Lou and I—for twelve years." Abbott went on. "and we were just the same a decade ago as we were when Kate Smith signed us for her radio show just the same as we were when Broadway "discovered" us in "Streets of Paris But if Miss Smith hadn't given us a chance, we'd probably be, struggling along in what's left of vaudeville Since being signed for pictures they have made three pictures. "One Night in the Tropics.' "Buck Privates" and the current "In the Navy DICKSTEIN WOULD ASK FOR COMMITTEE INVESTIGATION Morton Joel Gaba executive director of the Jewish Vocational Guidance Bureau San Francisco, who wrote in Business." a new 48-page studyon opportunities for Jewish youth in various fields of bus.:ss which has just been put y the B nai B'nth Vocational Sen-ice Bureau. THEATRE THEATRE uncom Lincoln Road Miami Beach minmi E. Flagler at Third 30c 11:15 A. M. to 1 P. M. NOW SHOWING AT REDUCED SUMMER PRICES Eve. 55c—Inel. Tax • Those Laugh-Happy BUCK PRIVATES" Are Bounding Main-iacs ABBOTT and COSTELLO with DICK POWELL and the ANDREWS SISTERS Washington (WNS)—Rep. Samj Dickstein of New York challenged anti-Semitic elements both in and out of congress to substantiate their charges that American Jews were trying to plunge the United States into war when be introduced a resolution au-, thorizing the creation of a sevenman House committee to investigate the anti-Jewish charges. The New York congressman voiced indignation at the manner in which certain congressmen use J the House floor as a sounding board to air their anti-Semitic and pro-Fascist views. He implied that his resolution was aimed at Senator Burton K. Wheeler and Rep. John A. Rankin. It was a speech by Rep. Rankin, who has for some time now been capitalizing on occasional lulls in the House to insert vicious anti-Jewish propaganda in the Congressional Record, which resulted in the tragic death of Rep. M. Michael Edelstein. Mr. Dickstein's resolution was widely applauded in liberal circles here. Hightstown. N J. (WNS)— Prof. Albert Einstein lauded the activities of the Hechalutz Organization of America at dedication ceremonies for a 208-acre farm recently acquired by the Hechalutz to train young Jewish boys and girls for pioneer life in Palestine. After inspecting the farm. Prof. Einstein voiced the hope that the training program to equip Jewish youth for life on Palestine's collective farms would be successful. ANTI-JEWISH LAWS ARE IN EFFECT BY HUNGARIANS Stockholm CWNS>—Under increasing pressure from NaziGermany, the Hungarian government placed into effect the notorious Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws, it was reported here. The government announced that intermarriages between Jew and Aryan" will be forbidden and dissolved all intermarriages that took place after Jan. 1. 1933. Gentile men and women who married Jews after the specified date will be considered-unmari ried. and "Aryan" men will not 1 be held responsible for the support of their Jewish wives. This regulation will affect thousands of families in Hungary, it was estimated No information was forthcoming on the status of chiln born to mixed couples. It was announced that, hence. will not be permitted employ "Aryan" men servants ws will be allowed to hire onAryan" women domestics ve -15 years of age Another | regulation bars Jewish children i from attending* public schools. The government instructed the Jewish community of Budapest. it was learned here, to open speI cial schools for Jewish children. ; It was specified that courses in I the Jewish schools must be givi en in Yiddish or Hebrew. The use of Hungarian in these schools 1 has been forbidden. Since many of the Jewish children in Hungary speak neither Yiddish nor Hebrew, the governj ment set a limited period in '. which lessons will be permitted I in Hungarian. At the expiration I of the time limit, however, all courses must be conducted in i Yiddish or Hebrew. Reports reaching here indicatI ed that the introduction of the SAYS CHRONICLE London (WNS)—The influential London News Chronicle. which waged a bitter campaign against anti-Jewish manifestations in the exiled Polish government here, expressed the belief that Polish government leaders have come to the realization that their anti-Semitism has harmed the cause of a free Poland. The News Chronicle predicted that the near future would :he end of anti-Semitism in the Polish government and applauded the action of the Polish National Council in backing Premier Wladislaw Sikorskis pledge of full equality to Jews The Polish Premier, while in the United States recently, assured American Jewish leaders that there would be no anti-Jewish discrimination in the new Poland. The motion adopted by the Polish National Council said -The Government of the Polish Republic shares the principles expressed by the Prime Minister in the United States concerning the Polish government's policy towards Jews and associates itself with his statement on this matter to the National Council on June 4th. Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws found little favor among the Hungarian population. The Jewish population of Hungary has alreadv been restricted, both economically and politically, by the first and second Hungarian antiJew ish laws. in "IN THE NAVY" 1MN J. Solis Cohan. 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Slop at *•**" Hotel located at the head of Both House Row, in its own Drivate oarl 'it offers quiet relaxation, convenient to every SEfrS JS a Government P^^ U [X der the same roof. The Eastman mainta.ns a bM^MMt on Lake Hamilton (with Lake Cathenne %  % %  %  ), ; %  %  nics and chicken-fries are frequent aala events. All outdoor ,port are year 'round features in Hot Spring,. ROOMS from $2. EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS •* H



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>KZL +JmHkfkriJtor FRIDAY. JUNE 20. 1941 Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations .-.•-.I PERSONALS • • mtd Ma %  r i %  ; %  %  --. '. i • A • • • -^ &. ,; 'v %  ..%  %  • %  .--. • • • 2ft • • • %  %  %  : %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  -. 1 M i • %  Rose < % %  • %  gn %  • some%  E S? ."•srw? air:saarj a=ts • • • Ei--oet | lr ".. -%  .-.---. r^Tt '.-. • BTsricsieEl \-:'%  6K. s^x-ib-x i :--*: I : %  • • —' : \ • \-• %  • .-•-,• %  i %  I 4 % % % %  %  I %  • ^ • %  %  .-.•: '.T£ i •. ; %  : port; • • • Kfc Mi V-'• %  %  -*—•*• "~' a e i" • • • ".!.: >--•-• i Ma Ourr .' • : 7..-. 7: • • • K„i-.K.i i*" : MJ ...... Socially at St. Petersburg a-..%  '. %  • • • • • • ..... .... •. ^ %  '. %  • %  fort d %  %  • a :.-il I 1 -*-._. t Of :. Program: Light as a cloud and almost a* light on your budget. Cool, printed Bembergs*. dotted SWIM. white organdy and dotted Swli* combinations. Sixes 10 to 20, 40 to 44 In. group. •H .•• 1011 Sod %  -.••• %  Mian Bead perv.' •.;. Rabbi .'.-•./>..'. '.J-r': %  %  %  %  %  .'.'. % % % %  % %  -. ':': %  -. .:.-..'. • • • Mi E refjn Dei hy left lot ^ awa> .-< ..... >.•:> %  :. %  : % %  .Phi '%  : %  -.. nd from 11 ...• : %  -.. Jfort v.. Bsltur -..•< s.-.-: A' •;-•.Crtj • • • Mm P.aje Cohen Mi Hazel Abrams 7"-r. :?-'-: %  Sylvia Mrs RoseAbrams is annouric• Harry Leo Cypen, ion ing the engagement of her daughMn Max Cypen. is ter. Hazel to Ining Cypen. son .' ed by the brideof Mr. and Mrs. Max Cypen. Mrs. Miss Abrams is an honor graduB. Cohen ol Jacksonville, ate of high school where she was -. jtatorian of her grada member of the National Honor Tl i. : 'from Robert E. Lee Society and also a graduate of WEDDINGS in Jacksonville and Junior College. While in college -i-.e of the Georgeshe was a member of Phi Alpha H ywood fc*i'..'. Ho. -.:•;. shoo! of Dental Phi. honorary scholastic society Hypenc Washington She is a and HCC social club. She also -.-.%  %  -:.Fonda State. attended Bixby Business College Hyj.•.-..---; association and and is the secretary of the Judiac at pre yed in the council Mr. C>pen was gradu.; the Veterans ated with honors from high Adn strai Hospital, Bay school, where he was a member Ml Cypes is a native of of the National Honor Society. Rabbi Jacob H Kaplan ati .:.u. Thej •... n rids -. Chtagt • • e 3h,: E:-..da aad Ed th E Han> witz wen Joined hi marriage Sunday sfternoon it •..'.••. s.-.el. Firr....o:. ar.-; f.-.tr.^i #f ujf. this momma for a week'"' '' ; *'• eeronony arhich Chicagc and rai ?radua:ed with He was valedictorian of his grad;. artl ;. instal^itj'-.'. x'.•-..!>-•. ',.' '..-< St Petersburg J w. v Post 24 .'•''.'..-.<.."..'.' .1 ttafr chapTr.f: wedding of Miss Merle ORGANIZATIONS I,; WtaA ^ ent ^CyPen u on actlve dut >' of Phi Kappa Phi. national honorcoupk ul be at home at 508 m the Signal corps of the Field ary scholastic fraternity. Pi GamMichigan avenue Artillery at Fon Bragg. N C. ma Mu. national honorary social honorary social The wedding of "Florence Les-! o science fraternity. Tau Kappa .->,-.-.Had! <-. last month tet to Irving Green took place Milton Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. : A| P na national honorary foreneleeted then offieen fot •-• enJune Tth. with Rabbi Colman A. Carl Weinkle. Melvin Weinkle. f 1 ^ ^^ debatln 8 fraternity. Hil..•;; year Those selected were: Zwitmar. officiating. Attendants Mr. and Mrs. M. Weinkle. Mr. I e executive council and varsity : %  .: '..:..; %  .:. r..in the college of law and Miss Anita S.lverman. daugh" ^£ !" \*t3*£5Z f ter of Mrs. Fannie Silverman.! ^"Tiff in t th f. coUe f e of ^f 1 will become the bride of Maurice I 2Su5* l 5 5S2SJ l0B at *• Um Wien 3rd vice-president; Mrs fan Miami Beach ii'-.i-n Will,ami, recording secre• • tary Mrs Rudolph Rothschild. Mr and Mrs. Morris L. KroncorrespK^nding secretary, Mrs berg, nee Alice Schweitzer, left j Malmuth. son of Mr. and Mrs. I vcrsit >' of !" lorida. Harry Nevins. financial sK:retary, for a honeymoon in New York I William Malmuth. Miami Beach, ~ Mrs. Morris Plar.t treasurer, and after they were wed at the j Sunday. June 22nd. at the Tides: Washington (WNS)—President —— %  %  — home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff : Hotel. Rabbi Max Shapiro will | Roosevelt has called upon WilSunday afternoon. Members of officiate. The bride will be at-1 liam S. Knudsen and Sidney Hillthe families attended the wedtended by Mrs. S. L. Skvirsky,' man. co-directors of the Office of ^ Mr*. Hilton Sirkin MrBarn' y W<-jnkl<-, auditor. Mn s.'jfo Bimonhoff wan t-u-cu-rl t.',r,',i:,iy president Mrs. Sirkin announcei that the opening event of the season wifl ithe inntallation of offieen in October Oth'-r ••v'-nU include: j, mi!i •xj^y-.ig. ; i3.Si(l*S;*sS £*^'ifc^-V*rSWAr-H'



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wJewiislh Florid fan Co MBIM £ Vtie Jhewi5ti Unity dAsi QJUJLTUMX. WJLQASLL) \f \f T~ NAZI AGENTS LAUNCH HEW ANTI-JEWISH CAMPAIGN BOOKS IRE FOUND II LIBRARY HERE A .• Gen % %  pa_np_u>e_s .-.rUniversit. I V. %  V srson '• %  %  %  %  .-.:. %  • %  ••-: N .:;.-. "I country riiculaU _bf_i-B_ throughout _-. effort to place •efore the gAn ng : fan Ross Fortune : M called Ross. an \ i*. commander, the •ace Na_. prcpagaiadnaf m the United St I He fled this country federal author. .r.vestigate his activities Up until that tune Ro>.-. promoting the America proper, y belonged tc Germany and that some day ;t would return to Hitler's Reich Ir. Unset Arr.er.ka" Ross writes Express v-~. :r. its brie-fir idea is simply It America is ours America is ours not only because German blood flow; ir the veins of twenty or thirty million Americans but because in its origins America is a creature of the German spirit. Tne q i whether these millions of German people recognis ir hour of destiny, whetl %  ;. ire aware a decisive hour has struck. An era is coming I in America no in other parts of the [CONTINUEO ON PAGE 4) CENTRAL CONFERENCES OF RABBIS MEETS NEXT WEEK '.v\> .. -. Axis East M .' %  A _s %  -:An .... i have reed I %  pa rac.: rsYork forced Emm •..-.-. E tsh %  %  b i It • M -•r %  Iraq 2 Iraq • R Toner %  %  I %  %  F. %  si pro-Axis Pi -...-. Bed 1 ": British : I AXIS Italian M All t re inspire l BEING CARRIED ON IHIErciHIMI %  LEHM --_ = _\. :s: SSC.XC re CX-TED AftClt %  %  : j %  %  s i as A -%  %  r.:11 __* "•-"-' -* %  %  %  %  %  GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE ADOPTS NEW JEWISH Li rert_r::-t WNS — More than from every part of the United States and from some foreign countries will begin five liberation and action open tne 52nd annual of the Central ConferI American Rabbis in Atlantic City on June 24 release time"" plan for religious education, currently being adopted by public school systems in many sections of the country and nationally the submuch controversy, will be discussed at a special session of the rabbis on the third day of the convention. Nationally known educators will participate lures of some of the prominent speakers appear on page 5 ) V k WTNS — -be r. tret %  %  : %  %  '_ %  %  Herb,:: H L. declared t ercises her. I th • logic. ~ r receis ed 1 Doctor of Laws itati -Your devo: : vour ':.:'. tartan m %  service of this : %  r "' stinting %  : energy in have and •dmirati r citizens populat. ~: %  ::,.:. : •• : '%  %  %  Felix M '-V. %  %  commencement exei graduates of ll School were or* students received diplomas retara %  %  .. War toys %  i S for S %  t s BUNT MVEO V* ri -^ ELECTION OF ZOA HELO NEXT MONTH %  j r .i .I 4* ; -' '• ..r : %  %  : .• %  • i s U! n MOSES KATZ. EDITOR OF JEWISH WORLD. DEAD AT 77 adelphia 'W N 8) -Moses Katz, prominent Yiddish newspaperman, novelist and playwright and until a few months ago the editor of the Philadelphia Jewish World, died here at the a gc of 77. Mr Katz was one of the early founders of the Peretz Verein. the Jewish writers' union. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE RESERVES DECISION OF FILM Albany WNSV-SUt Court Justice Murray served decision in the toted by Ri hard Bollof the anti-Nazi book. I > Tre£,n." and the MOM Anti-Nazi League, to ban Nazi film. Victory m currently shown in the Yorkvilk section of New Y r Clt >. „ Vl .. Mr. Rollms and the Ant.-Na^ League based their suit on the ground that •"Victorym the West • is not a news film and re qu ,res a special license from *e motion picture division of the State Educational Department. ARAB FEDERATION z ... %  %  %  %  %  The Brit • T i I s* I at its I %  %  r" %  z %  •" %  .. i : %  -' % %  _" SaEth .%  i %  •" ,, %  H t v be so %  X. :5"; ~ -. -" t ... -.•; :;• Mars&a P* 1 _se i stsntjr -* the -Jewise _-o.-_r.f-i J" .Pirs ru-ai rags liter S s %  • part .-. .7 ;_::_r_. | I %  .-.-. v I i I % %  ? GOVERNOR OF BAY STATE SIGNS ANTI-SEMITIC 5 '. 1 ". >t heads Britaii that it w N federation a-'ur the %  rr.er.tujn has been rr of the post-war sh -w tine but authonuave qy l he maintain that BrtUA^ provide for a Jewealth withm the Arab federa tion. laS-YEAR-OLD RESIDENT PURCHASES DEFENSE BOND N rod, WNS -Tobias 7 Sons %  %  %  irr.*r. at spem Two hundred -vested jvirt Of Ml i— %  s-ss— m defense tamps-t >** announced by Rabbi Bernard Bergman. itua] leader of the home. WNS — G ;r-.". S •" Defense I been freajHentij acccs spreii-r_.£ race h_S H :" S Renres ; 7 C B-V.;-: r..?.-7>^ ?_r. .. i at t.-.: S:: ehatyed I _Xf-.--.so _.<..{._ JEWISH WRITERS UNION TO DEFEND JEWISH PRESS \ 7WNS' — T~ Peretvoted to k >:> • .> and '• :i:xr %  ovemer.t SSJ-iasI Cor_r'_r._<: attack's. at fern". r.-.eeting here The PereiV ^_:; t ^ upon J e i ish tabot antom and Jewish cornmunal oxgaruxa' tions to contnbut: nse ,fund