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y a major step forward
r plan to assist in all
e civic projects, the
Auxiliary Bnai B'nth
S Lodge has raised and
:r more than $700.00
USO Miami drive
rtitrnwwrt made by Mrs
Rotfort, president. The
go towards the $28.-
.. set by the City of Miami
j -.a and share in the
drive now being
i to assist in recreation
: r service men in the
Uniti SUM! The Auxiliary'- b
existance about a year, raised,
the* fund* through the sale of
tickets for a theatre benefit
through the cooperation of the
-co Theatres of this city
greatly appreciate the
cordial reception and response
received." said Mrs. Rotfort. who
i as general chairman of the
benefit and the Auxiliary' feels
fully rewarded for its efforts
knowing that the proceeds will
aid in this timely, worthwhile
and necessary L'SO recreation
program. We are happy to have
had the opportunity to serve and
are always ready tnd willing to
participate in all worthwhile un-
dertakings which have similar
Mrs. Rotfort was assisted by
a committee composed of Mrs.
Lou Heiman, Mrs. Ida Optner.
Mrs William Boxerman. Mrs.
Sam Silver. Mrs. S. B. Miller.
Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Mey-
er Schwartz. Mrs. Elry Stone and
Mrs. Michael Arnold. Assisting
the ladies committee were: R
R Adler. S. B. Miller and Lou
Heiman who assisted in making
the project a success.
appointed i 1 to-
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FRENCH CHIEF RABBI HELD
BY PARIS NAZI AUTHORITIES
Lisbon (WNS)The Nazi au-j
thorities in Paris are still holding j
Chief Rabbi Julion Weill of
Prance under arrest, according
to information received here.
The French Chief Rabbi was
imprisoned for his refusal to com-
ply with the demand of the Ger-
man authorities that he establish
a Jewish Council to represent the
French Jewish population, on the
model of the Warsaw Jewish
ghetto. The Chief Rabbi de-
clared that Jews were a solely
religious community and not a
national minority and that he
could not deal with any matters
outside the scope of religion.
Not less than. 12,000 foreign
Jews are being held in concen-
tration camps in the Paris vicin-
ity, reports from Paris declare.
The conditions under which they
live is shocking. The camps are
under the direct control of the
O, stapo. In addition to those
confined in Paris, 5,000 Jews are
reported to have been transferred
by the Nazis to the Orleans dis-
tricts for forced labor.
Lisbon IfW NS -Seeking ac
incite the Ar
are spreading '.-.-. r-:p-:r. :.-.a: .--.;
Jewish financial *'--.
States and Eng ai .-. has
imposed demands or. Bnl
support in the wa:
Axis powers involving the es-
tablishment of a Jewish Slat
all Palestine and par. : the
Quoting "well informed sour-
ce*'" D N. B the Nail ager.c>
savs that Dr Cbaim Wetoaaann
president of the Jewish Agency
had demanded Palestine. :.-.,
southern half of the Lebanon and
facilitation of Jewish emigration
from the near eastern countries
to the new Jewish State as con-
dition for Jewish support :r. tr.i
*The British Government, the
D N B added, had acceptea
these terms and had agreed to
dismiss Sir Harold MacMichae..
the Palestine High Commissj on
er. from the post in the near fu-
ture. On his recent visit to
Palestine, the Nazi agency furtn-
declares. Captain James
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BAGK IN BERLIN
KILLED IM LINE
OF NAZI MARCH
Roosevelt, the presidents son
stated openly that his father hao
instructed him to inform the Pal-
estine Jews that he would sup-
port all of their aspirations in
Bucharest (W N S)The Ru-
manian government ordered a
compulsory labor service for all
Jews, including children of both
sexes who reached the age of 12.
The latter are to serve for a
period of twenty-five days.
AU JEWS IN BELGIUM MUST
London (WNS)-Jews. in Bel-;
Rium must surrender their radios
This was one of a mounting num-
ber of anti-Jewish restrictions
which have been introduced here .
mis week under Nazi SponSOl -
ship. Other .new anti-Jewih
provisions forbid Jews to d.spos.
of their property without ap-
provar of the Naz, command re
quire Jews to deliver up to the
National Bank all foreign ex-
change holdings and order that
the word "Jewish" be printed^on
stationery of all Jewish firms.
NOW TO HUNGARIAN JEWS
London ( W N S ) Bulgarian
Jews hereafter will not be able
to use the telephone. An order
requires them to surrender their
(eftones as well as radio sets.
s c max in the
straggle arith your Na:: ccpres-
sors and penecuaora we ~:
twgnn a great PafteasJsM Victors
CarnpaT* that the usahnl of
Umliir that will merit
come for you and af inexorable
..<-.. ee ""it -v- wreak its fuH
eaace db the eeti men who
Beiaved. tortured .--.-. .-.--
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: : Eur.-o*- ...-.c w.-.c:v
opted under the ruth-
B BCei Of H::.-:r
We Jews of Great Britain
_r solesan declaration of
th in victory :'. t.-.t cause which
< -..-.e cause of Britain and her
Allies and of i'.-. free men and]
CONTIMUCO OS P*G
NAZI WAR PICTURE BOASTS
OF THEIR CRUELTY TO JEWS
London .W N S>A leading
feature of a tShn af the German-
Russian war. shown by the Nans
10 a group of foreign correspon-
dentt in Berlin us the hounding
of Jews, according to a report
in the London Times.
The film reveals that as S00B
as a Nazi military unit enters
a new town or village, a raid on
the Jews begins. The film shows
Jews being Chased from their
homes as so many cattle ano.
marched off. The film captions
boast Jews have been overtaken
by fate at last" and says that
Jews are responsible for the t.er-
man-Russlan war. "England is
BOW their last refuge" one title
The film as whole d.-.i'.s with
the "effects of modern weapons
on human beings and animals
All through it runs the gory note
the dead being shown lying about
in great profusi
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ii ......| s the an
ta Ebaana s Jews an
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the Swetba rspaper. Aftoo
bladet. As many of 3fti0 civ-
i'.i*ns ha\-e be*n hilled ssnee the
beginning af :^e Oilman Rue-
Mstu ::c> -.:-> thomnrh
1 :hc:- Jewe ehe aapee eati-
7'c Swedish .vrrvsis -nde-ts
.A-, :re C.erran
:> <:a:! tel of :~o attet
sestrad >""* '~: :-""s
and \ -.'.a^es h> the Ger.ar and
The Jew is
ated v-.:.e< af Pinsk and
BaranovK-z are utter ruins. The
populations have acatteted to the
wools On-.:dren res.m aKnit hun-
gry looking foi their parer.ts-
Neither of the an--.es ;s prov.ci-
ing any aaatttancc to the civil-
ians. Even the wounded MCSjh I
no medical aid.
German reports reaching
Stockholm today state that al.
Jews haw been expelled from
territory on the left bank of the
Vistula river in the Warsaw dis-
trict as well M ffaas the Warsaw
suburbs of Zolyborsz. Mokotow
Caerniakow and Saatoa.
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oust reeaH the reeeew B>Khaaa*i
rere exeeutael .-.i Jaaaj lea
legedl) diuoting *t troor*.
areM ** tw s saw
ruture Jews esouai be r*evte#
if troop* ere shx^ at
There- is nx> mdsratsaa vt eshM
a lappeowg .- the Vkrassuas,
districts occupied by the Btato
where it is baha'sad that ?
are eeapmymg tV--> Pt^fPfP***
. and distributing ->rs"
) ar to thai appsiriag to th
Berhn press, af aaeaaaajaj ana
atrocities attrabertad to Jew* an*
ev.ks- It is known thai
propaganda uattj r
dose j foUoaefag the adMBCtag
NAZIS CONSIDER EMPTYING
(POLISH FEWS ON SOVIETS
Stockholm iWNS>The eOftV
pleto ezpuWon of all Polish Jews
into Soviet Russia is being con-
sidered by the Nazi authorities,
according to a story m the Swed-
ish daily. Ttdningena
The same re-piTt. however adds
that the Nazis have begun nego
nations with the French govern
ment for reserving the French
island of Madagascar into "a
grvat absorption depot" for all
of the Jews of Europe, including
hose of France
NO MKED MARRIAGES TO
BE PERMITTED IN HUNGARY
Budapest (W N S>No mixed
marriages are to be permitted to
Hungary in the future, the new-
racial laws just passed provide
Various restrictions against the
Jew. bv the new laws, are not to
apply, "however, to offspring of
mixed marriages, who have two
FINLAND EXPELS JEWS FROM
ARMY UNDER NAZI PRESSURE
London (WNS)Under pros-
sure of the Nazis, all Jews have
been eliminated from the Fin-
nish army. The Finnish press,
too, appears increasingly to be
| falling in line with the Nazi
policy of anti-Jewish agitation.
Finland's 2.000 Jews are uneasy
at the turn of events.
COS'INCEO ON PAGC .'
NON-JEWS ARE SUFFEUNG
FROM ELIMINATION OF JEWS
Y-.chy (VMS)Elumuaucm ol
Jews frv-m the business worU
is frequently proving a disswevio*
to the French people as a whole
This is the implication af edv-
toftol appearing in the Fam
newspaper He/seats Tempo
The editorial charged thai
many ol the administrators ap-
pointed to take over Jewish bus
messes are- closing them undei
the alibi that the businesses are
"hopeless." but in reality the>
kill them to avoid the competi-
tion of the old businesses Ttw
administrators coming from the
ranks of Industrialists are- Una
given the rights al life or death
over firms with which they have,
bean In competition and the
elimination of the competition
the public must suffer
The Pans newspaper chargM
further that no consideration i*
given to the workers of the once
owned Jewish businesses and
suggests that the law (or expro-
priation of Jewish property be
executed In SUCh a way U to re-
place Jewish owners with COOPj
eraUvea of "Aryan" employees
Lisban C WNS) Dr. Otto
Hirsch. president of the Reich-
veriningung. dusi this weak in
Germany, according to report*
received here. He was 55 year*
old. No details of the circum-
stances of his death are- given
FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1941
Mrs. R. A Zamsky of Cleve-
land. Ohio is spending a month
visiting with Mrs. Rose Callow.
Dave Shier, formerly of Miami.
left today for his home in Macon
after visiting here for several
Mr .iiid Mrs. Joseph Falk and
son. Walter left Monday for a
month's motor tour through the
Ben Liffitz of Brooklyn. N. Y.
:s visiting with his sister Mrs
Sadie Weinberg. Ke will remain
: r several weeks.
Mrs Dorothy Dunn, student
mrse at Kings County Hospital.
8rooklyn. N. Y. is spending her
vacation with her sister and bro-
her-in-Iaw. Dr. and Mrs. Ran-
dolph Shevack of Miami Beach.
Vacationing at the Lake Tar-
elton Club at New Hampshire is
Nate Markowitz. The Club is
owned by the family Jacobs who
also own the new Lord Tarelton
Hotel at Miami Beach.
Mr and Mrs. Nat Blumberg
have returned after a five week's
vacation in Savannah. Washing-
Ton and New York. Their daugh-
ter. Charlotte who accompanied
ihem will spend the remainder
of the summer at Delaware Cliff
CaniD in Pennsvlvania.
A bert Grossman, co-owner ofi
The Shorecrest Hotel. Miami
Beach is spending the summer at j
the Lake Tarelton Club at Pike, i
Voltaire. Rousseau and Spin- In an organization meeting re-
oza will be the topic of Dr. : cently at the Y. W. C. A.. mem-
Abraham Wolfson's fifth lecture j bers of the Women's Inter-
on the Life and Philosophy of I Faith Fellowship of St. Petersburg
Barucli Spinoza, before the Spin-1 elected Mrs. Pizer W. Jacobs
oza Forum, at 11th street be-
tween Collins avenue and Ocean
drive. Miami Beach this Saturday
afternoon at 3:30 p. m. General
discussion will follow the lecture.
wife of Rabbi Pizer Jacobs of
Temple Beth El. as president,
Mrs. Jacob is president of Temple
Beth El Sisterhood. Plans were
also outlined for the first major
I project of the organization.
, ,3 ,T;ting;f the iViC. L.ea" I Other officers named were Mrs.
r-r J uS, f rU ,hV-aVhe George LeFleur. first vice-presi-
Grossinger Hotel. Carl Gardner dent.KMrs. E. c. Reed, second vice
was elected chairman of the new
president: Mrs. B. Frank Smith.
board of directors to succeed Si- ^ '. g
ZZltr f T W ,0 Ta'^ 3 Ducke,t" corresponding secretary;
,Th h ?!? 0t^Cr : and Mrs- Em.le Aucremann. trea-
SfSi^T1**'? >;surer Mrs- Martin Frizze"was
Dr. M. A. Kugel. appolnted to handle publicitv.
Unveiling of a tombstone to the
memory of Celia Josepher, wife
of Samuel and mother of Morris,
Sidney and Estelle, will take
place Sunday at 2 p. m. in the
Jewish section of Wodlawn Park
Cemetery with Rabbi Moses
by ROSALYN KLEIN
William Masur. Harry Sirkin
Guest speaker of the evening was i
Frank Malone. news commenta-'
lor. whose topic was The War
Mrs. Anna Richmond. Madrid
Hotel. 427 Collins avenue, an-
nounces the opening of a new Red
Cross Sewing and Knitting room
The new organization repre-
a cross-section of women's
organizations of the various re-
ligious institutions in the city,
but its leaders emphasized that
its purposes are not of a religious
The principle objective is to
espouse and cooperate in causes
the lobby of the Hotel. All '. 'hat promote the highest cultural.
moral, and civic good of the com-
munity. Twenty churches were
represented at the first meeting,
and a number of contributions
wore made toward the initial pro-
New Hampshire. In the weekly
golf tournament held at the club's j ^n will hold a Bowery Shi
course. Mr. Grossman was the low Wednesday, July 23rd. 9 p. m.
scon- winner with score of 73 for|till and'announces a grand get
JS holes. He was guest of honor | ,gether at Zissen's Bowerv. 1749
at a birthday party given him N. Miami avenue. Tickets arc
t evening in the Lounge 35c per person and inciude one
iadies who sew, knit or crochet
arc asked to join these classes
Monday through Friday of each
week from 9:30 a. m. to 4:00 p.
m. Sewing rooms are also lo-
cated at the Normandy Inn. open Jcct-
on Thursdays from 9 to 3. Lux- j This project, in charge of a
ton Hotel. Monday through Fri- committee headed by Mrs. George
day from 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Cribb. will be the equipping of a
[ recreation center for men in mili-
i tary service. Contributions will
I be accepted by Mrs. Cribb. whose
; address is 1234 Sixteenth street
The committee assisting in the
| project includes Mrs. John Lar-
National Council Jewishs Wo- \%\ ^JL n**^?*?'?'
,. hold a Bo h,n Dig L^^'rov c S
Dora Goldberg, Mrs. George Le-
Flt-ur and Mrs. Easter Peters.
At the last regular meeting of
Junior Hadassah election of of-
j ficers for the coming year took
! place. Those chosen were: presi-
dent. Hana Mack; vice-president,
i Hilda Breskin, Gladys Stein. Ro-
i salyn Klein: recording secretary,
. Rose Puchkoff; corresponding
! secrtary. Ruth Goldstein; trea-
surer. Edith Sigety; historian.
'Carol Levitt; board members,
I Bette Sir. Lillian Weinstein, Ruth
! Aronson. Mrs. Herman Cantor.
! Sylvia Gerringer. Rosalind Fried-
There will be a regular meet-
ing this Monday evening, July
21st at the home of Mrs. H.
Breskin, 918 S. W. 4th street. A
novel party program has been ar-
ranged so bring your favorite or
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clein an-
nounce the birth of a son Mon-
day at Jackson Memorial Hos-
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gulkis an-
nounce the birth of a daughter
at Jackson Memorial Hospital
The bris of Philip Bernard
Malter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will-
iam Malter took place Monday at
St. Francis Hospital. Rabbi L.
Lehrer of Key West officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Selevan
announce the birth of a son at
Jackson Memorial Hospital last
week. The bris will take place
at the hospital Wednesday.
NON-CITIZENS URGED TO
TAKE AMERICANISM STUDY
STRANDED JEWS SAVED
Lisbon (WNS)Stranded here
since the collapse of France. 34
Dutch Jews were enabled today
to sail for Batavia and South
Africa. The arrangements for
their departure was effected
through the American Joint Dis-
;w u m ,.y.
EWISH POGROM VICTIMS TO
SET HELP FROM PALESTINE
aid to the victims of the recent
pogroms in Baghdad. The Pal-
estine government announced
that the currency regulations
which forbid the sending of cap-
-.'. outside of the country, will
lifted in the instances of such
Palestinians as have relatives
free beer. The Forum is sponsor-
ing the party as an initial fund-
raising project for their scholastic
fund. Come dressed as you will
relax in slacksshorts or what
have you. Barrels of laughs and
bellies full of beer. For reser-
vations call Mrs. Milton Fried-
man. 2-2304. Mrs. Nathan Zwit-
man. 5-4804 or Mrs. Albert Ber-
------------------WS.W HI -! MJ
[palm beach i
New York (W N S)Terming
the new $14,000,000 WPA pro-
gram for American citizenship in-
struction "a much needed step
forward to help non-citizens ac-
quire citizenship," the American
Committee for Protection of For-
eign Born urged all non-citizens
to attend WPA classes in their
communities. At the same time,
the Committee urged that the
courses of instruction in Ameri-
canism emphasize the fundamen-
tal principles of democracy
"equality, tolerance and the rights
of the people"and the reasons
for defending them against forces
in the world today.
Non-citizens wishing to enroll
in citizenship classes, the commit-
tee stated, should make applica-
tion at their local WPA head-
has been chosen for the 44th an-
nual Convention of the Zionist
among the Baghdad victims, i Organizatiin of America which
whom they desire to assist. meets on September 6th to 9th.
It's the last Clearance before
the end of our fiscal year!
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK !
Mrs. Lee Rader. Belle Glade,
was a recent visitor here.
Max Auerbach is recuperating
from a recent appendectomy.
Beth Israel Sisterhood spon-
sored a dessert-bridge party at
the Southern Dairies hostess
room Wednesday afternoon.
Washington Ave. at 15th
Women's Auxiliary No. 174
Palm Beach B'nai B'rith. held
their semi-monthly meeting on
Monday night at the home of
Mrs. A. Gasper, 235 Worth ave..
Palm Beach. Selma Schloss was
is in full swing today through Saturday!
We'va made a great clearance of all
stocks to bring you values that you'll
only find at a Burdine's Sale! Get
your share of these savings today!
In the absence of Rabbi M.
Greenstein who is on vacation,
the Shabbos eve services last
Friday evening of Congregation
Beth El were in charge of Irving
Moss, who led the prayers, and
A. Levin officiated as cantor. To-
night two other laymen are
scheduled to be in charge.
REVISIONISTS WANT JOINT
ACTION AGAINST ARABS
London (WNS)The new Zion-
ist Organization announced that
it has submitted a proposal to
the Jewish Agency and other in-
terested Jewish organizations for
joint action to "meet the threat
of present Arab conversations in
Cairo which aim to change the
political structure to the detri-
ment of Zionism.
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THE FAMILY JACOBS
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FRIDAY. JULY 18TH
and band in
OF THE CAMPUS"
SAT. THRU MON.
ALL THE ANSWERS"
NEW ENGLAND'S 8
In the New
New York (WNS)The Ses-
sions of the Rabbinical Council
of America concluded with the
election of Rabbi Joseph Look-
stein as president. Rabbi Look-
stein is a member of the faculty
of Yishiva College.
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FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1941
An 9nU/u*iew. utM Menu Ox>aa^-
THE MAN WHO DEFENDED GRYNSZPAN
By FRANCIS ZAMICHOW
It was a misty morning. There
was a smell of rain in the air.
All morning I had been review-
ing the Grynszpan case in my
mind and now the tragedy and
the far reaching potents of the
whole affair had begun to crowd
in a mood of morbidity. The as-
signment to interview Henry
Torres, France's briljiant lawyer
and the man who defended Her-
schel Grynszpan, had brought
back to clear cut reality the story
of the young boy of 17, who, his
mind riddled by worries about
his parents somewhere in Ger-
many, had shot and killed Baron
von Rath, a minor official in the
German embassy in Paris. In re-
taliation the Nazis had fined the
Jews 400 million dollars and the
case had inspired international
interest. What was the boy
Grynszpan really like?
'"Grynszpan was one of the
most likeable young persons I
ever met. Affectionate, studious,
extremely sensitive and kind.'"
Mr. Torres told me. Because
Mr. Torres spoke np English and
I spoke nothing else, his secre-
tary interpreted and thus gave
me the opportunity of observ-
ing the one man who had been
closely associated with Grynsz-
pan in those days of the trial. He
is the kind of nice looking, af
fable and cordial type of man
with whom you are usually very
straightforward. He spoke calm-
ly, warmly and with no trace of
any nervous mannerisms.
"Everyone liked Grynszpan.
His prison guards v/ere very gen-
tle with him and the warden was
As Mr. Torres spoke the pic-
ture of Grynszpan was outlined
and filled in. High-strung, emo-
tional, nervoitUy impulsive and
warmhearted, he was the result
of a high pressured destructive
ideology, which was completely
alien to his own sensitive con-
ception of civilization. Driven
from his home, forced apart from
his parents whom he believed to
have been killedbrutally and
senselessly by the Nazisthe life
of Herschel Grynszpan, whose ]
love of study was only supersed-
ed by his great and constant pre-
occupation with the problems i
and destruction of his race, had |
become almost unbearably tor- ]
tured for a boy of 17.
"He studied constantly while
in jail and not even for a moment'
was his mind free of the tragedy I
that had befallen the Jews. I
Grynszpan was a very warm-
hearted boy and his sympathies
were often aroused. Sometimes
when I came to visit him he
would ask me to take care of
some other prisoner for whom he
would feel sorry."
The guards were gentle with
the young boy in the Fresncs
prison near Paris. It was the
part in which they kept only the
I young boys from 16 to 21. His
concern for the plight of others.
his ready sympathy, his quiet
manner endeared him to all those
who had come in contact with
him. The people of France, the
newspapers were openly sympa-
"There was. however, a power-
ful minority." Mr. Torres added,
"which showed its antagonism.
L'Action Francaise and Le Jeur
were the two newspaperes
strongly against him. They were
also pro-German and anti-Sem-
itic. And during that time, on
the German radio station from
Stuttgart. Ferdonnet. whom the
French people call Judas Iscar-
iot. attacked me for handling the
Most of the time Herschel
Grynszpan read quietly in his
cell or talked to the guards. He
never gave any cause for trou-
ble. A quiet prisoner. But his
nervous, brilliant mind worked
ceaselessly, tormenting him with
the picture of his tragically per-
"Never once in all the time I
spoke to him. did he ever re-
gret his action."
A supercilious baron and a
grief torn, mentally racked young
kidpictures of his home, his
mother and fatherasking only
if they were dead or alive
what remorse may have torment-
ed him as ho saw himself in com-
parative safety while they might
be suffering. And the baron
smiling perhaps, or smug or curt
and the finger pressed on the
trigger, the puff of smoke hid-
ing the face. The young boy
standing there with no thought
of escape, seventeen years old
with his life nearly over, per-
hapssurely never to be the
same. A blood-thirsty, power-
lusting ideology insane and de-
graded and a young boy of sev-
enteenfor whom the regrets?
"In France the case was not of
the same sensational proportions
as in America. That is to the
credit of the American people,
their interestbut at that time
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J. M. LIPTON. President
war was close to France and the
people were very preoccupied
The war came swiftly and en-
gulfed the Grynszpan case. Al-
most forgotten but not quite.
"It is a crime of the Vichy gov-
ernment that they turned Her-
schel Ghynszpan over to the
Nazis." Henry Torres was ve-
hement and his tone was con-
And Grynszpan passed from
the sympathetic, gentle French
to the Nazis. Almost forgotten
but not quite.
"They are probably holding
him somewhere in Germany for
the trial they intend to hold af-
ter the war. They are probably
managing to keep him alive just
for that purpose."
AddressSomewhere in Ger-
many. ConditionAlive; his
heart responds to stimuli. Have
your fun. boys, but keep him
alive, the order reads. We're
going to give him a fair trial
after the war so keep him going.
The body responds to kicks. tho.|
heart beats loudly when lashed.
the skin still breaks and heals
where the knife pricks. Symp-
toms of lifeyesHerschel
Grynszpan is still alive.
"There is nothing too great for
us to do or give to destroy these
enemies. I. myself, have come to
this country not for protection
but to keep fighting these ene-
mies who have destroyed my
country. I do not intend to prac-
tice law or involve myself in any
activities which will not be part
of this fight."
He paused for a while and I
wondered whether for a moment
he was remembered the France
as he knew it, the old gallant \
France, the country famous for
its culture, and tradition and
A brilliant laywer, former vice i
chairman of the Foreign Com-
mitee of the Chamber of Depu-
ties, talented writer, his new
book "Pierre Laval" should carry
with it much of his own under-
standing and intense feeling of
the depths to which France has
now fallen. Only one in a planned
series under the general title,
"Betrayed France," he is already
at work on another to be called
"Soldiers Without Uniforms"
which will expose fifth column
activity in France and Europe.
"If Germany wins the war not
a Jew will be safe. It is the duty
of every Jew to give even more
than he can to the democracies."
Then he added:
"But I don't think Hitler will
win. So far his victories have
been empty ones and now this
war with Russia will be a bad
thing for .him in the end. It
snows his desperate position and
I think it will mean his ultimate
Henry Torres was speaking
now from knowledge accumulat-
ed while on the Foreign Com-
mittee, from a legal mind well
trained in perceiving the essen-
tials and rising above the emo-
tional, from the faith he bore in
the cause of justice.
Suddenly the mood or morbid-
ity that had been trailing me all
morning broke. He was right. I
felt it. Hitler couldn't win.
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
BAN JEWISH LANDLORDS
Vichy (WNS)There will be
no Jewish landlords in Nazi-oc-
cupied France. A decree issued
here provides for all Jewish
owned real estate being turned
over to Aryan owners.
Special administrators will be
named to facilitate the transfer
of the Jewish properties. In the
interim, all rentals due to Jew-
ish landlords are suspended. The
tenants will defer payments until
administrators are named.
The third annual session of
the Y. M. H. A. Home Camp be-
gan on Monday. July 14, with an
enrollment of 40 boys and girls.
This year the executive director.
Maurice Grossman, with thi
consent and approval of the
board of directors, is trying out i
new method of operating tht
Home Camp. Unlike previous
years, there will be no luncheons
served and the children will not
be taken to the beach for swim-
ming. Other than that, the pro-
gram is practically the same.
Through the courtesy of the
W. P. A.. Mr. Grossman has pro-
cured John Hoffman as head
counsellor. Mr. Hoffman is an
excellent playground instructor
and comes highly recommended.
The children are given a diver-
sified program of play consisting
of diamond ball, basketball, hand
ball, badminton, boxing, shuffle
board, checkers, aits and crafts
and dramatics. Miss Patricia
Auerback, of the University of
Miami, is in charge of dramatics
for the children.
Another feature of the Camp
this year is the fact that no tui-
tion is charged. Every child be-
tween the ages of 5 and 14 is
welcome. A great deal of thanks
is due to the board of directors
of the Y. M. H. A. in making it
possible for every child to at-
tend without being compelled to
pay. The board has felt that
the people in these times are
called upon for so many different
things and the "Y" is glad to
have the opportunity of afford-
ing the youngsters a wholesome
summer through play and recrea-
tion. This is another service that
the Y. M. H. A. gives to the
New Classes in First Aid to Start
Sid Hollander, well known
Miamian. is giving a course in
First Aid for ladies at the Y ev-
ery Thursday evening from 8 to
10 o'clock. Every woman is wel-
come to attend. Mr. Hollander
is a licensed Red Cross instructor
and has been highly recommend-
ed by the Red Cross office.
This is another of the projects
sponsored by the Y in the aid of
Home Defense. We urge all to
take advantage of the same.
Y. W. H. A. Card Party Sunday
Mrs. S. B. Miller is chairman
of a card, bingo and mah jongg
party to be given by the Y. W.
H. A. at the club rooms on Sun-
day evening, July 20 at 8
o'clock. Prizes will be awarded
and refreshments will be served.
Tickets are only 25c and may be
obtained from any of the follow-
ing committeemen or at the Y
office. Those assisting Mrs. Mil-
ler on the above committee are
the following: Mrs. M. Ruben-
stein, Mrs. M. Grossman, Mrs. M.
Levinson, Mrs. M. Lavine, Mrs.
T. Kotkin, Mrs. W. Friedman,
Miss Irene Cohen, Mrs. M. Sager,
Mrs. H. Hacker, Mrs. M. Fried-
man, Mrs. N. Jacobs. Mrs. A.
Reisman, and Mrs. J. J. Ritwe.
Y. W. H. A. Bowling
All ladies of the Y. W. H. A.
who wish to join the new bowl-
ing team that is being organized,
please communicate with Mr.
Grossman at the Y.
u. s. o.
Mrs. James A. Dunn, chairman
of the activities committee of the
U. S. O, has announced that the
Paramount Theatre Enterprise
has donated two thousand tickets
to the U. S. O., which will admit
any one to any of the Para-
mount Theaters up to July 31.
The entire proceeds of the sale
of these tickets will go to the
U. S. O.. that being the gift of
Paramount. The Y has been giv-
en two hundred tickets to sell.
The price is 35c, which is cheap-
er than what you would have
to pay if you would go to the
theater directly. Since all of us
go to the theater, please help the
U. S O. and come to the Y and
get your tickets. You will pay
less for your admission and you
will help a great cause.
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, chairman
of the board of the Y. W. H. A.,
and chairman of the Y. W. H. A.
U. S. O. committee has done a
remarkable job in selling certifi-
cates for the U. S. O. Single
handed she turned in $65.00 for
the sale of these certificates. A
splendid job, Mrs. Jacobs.
Mrs. Monte Selig, president of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, is cooperating with Mr.
Grossman, executive director of
the Y. M. H. A., in the formation
of a joint committee that will
take care of the hospitality of
Jewish soldiers who come to this
vicinity over week-ends. There
is a real community problem as
there are many Jewish boys who
come here and have no place to
eat or sleep. Heretofore the Y
has been taking care of these
boys but the problem has be-
come very acute and more peo-
ple must help. When called up-
on, Mrs. Selig readily offered the
facilities of her organization and
a meeting is being called for the
latter part of the week between
representatives of the National
Council and the Y to make plans
for such hospitality In the mean-
time, if any of the readers of this
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Organized mainly for the purpose of coordinating defense
activities, last week representatives of 15 Jewish women's or-
ganizations federated to form a conference of Jewish Women's
groups. If properly directed and cooperated with by the bodies
of organizations represented, this group could do much and
go a long ways towards eliminating duplicity of efforts, overlap-
ping of activties and conflict of date schedules for their groups.
Many have been outspoken expressing their opinion that
Greater Miami has been over-organized when it comes to Jew-
ish organizations. In many respects and under the present
setup this is probably true. True, because the groups run into
each other with the schedule of events, selling of tickets and the
overlapping of the same activities. Under proper sponsorship
and guidance all of these groups can find their respective ob-
jective and proper place for themselves. The Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations of Greater Miami can well be
the nucleus of the women's divisions of a much needed council
of organizations. Time will tell. Its success will do much to
hasten the establishment of the council that will be a big step
forward in the communal life of our community.
HITLER URGED PROPACANDA IS
NOT TO DESPAIR BACK IN BERLIN
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Women. This is our message to, troops. If the German press of
you: Have courage amidst your ] the last few days is any indica-
Ufterings and have faith amidst tion of what lines their propa-
your trials and bitter affliction.
'We send this message to all
ganda is following, then it is
safe to assume that Ukrainians
who are in concentration I are hearing from all sides that
camps, dungeons of torture, pri-the Jews were responsible for
sons and slave camps, and to! the blody massacres of thousands
those of you who are imprisoned | of helpless Ukrainians under the
behind the grim-walled ghettos | Soviet yoke.
into which the evil, inhuman j The anti-Jewish campaign in
savagery of Nazi Germanv have' the German press has been in-
thrust you tensified to a raging fury since
We send this message to the (the radio speech by Maxim Lit-
untold thousands of our brothers ymoff. former Soviet Foreign
and sisters who have been driven Commissar. All papers available
from their homes and families here feature on their front pages
along the highways and byways. long inflammatory articles as-
>f Europe, who serve as slaves i serting that the GPL was entire-
for the Nazi beasts of the field. V Jewish-controlled and de-
We send this message so youf'^S n th* mfl gruesome
mav not despair but steel your- detail massacres allegedly car-
selves against it even in the? out before the Germans
darkness of your present miser- liberated given towns
ies. The mighty forces of free- The new tendency in the Ger-
dom are on the march, strung and man Press to substitute a new
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
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column are willing to provide
dinner for a soldier boy on Sun-
day, or the equivalent thereof in
money, please communicate with
Mr. Grossman at the Y.
News 'Round Town
Our heartiest thanks to Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Serkin for their
able and efficient manner in
which they prepared a splendid
supper for the Y boys last Wed-
nesday night. It was good to see
Ben back into the harness" at
We are anxiousl\ awaiting the
return of our good friends the
Nat Blumbergs who have been
away up north for the past
month. Nat. by the way. was re-
elected treasurer of the Y. M. H.
A., making a total of eight years
out of nine that Nat has served
the Y in that capacity. We all
miss him and his family around
the Y and I'm sure the Blum-
bergs will be as haDpy to be back
in good ole Miami as we are
glad to see them back. By the
way. this was Nat's first trip up
New York way.
You members naven't heard
anything unless you attend one
of our Y. M. H. A. board meet-
ings. Talk about action: we are
indeed happy to state that a quo-
rum has been present at all of
our board meetings since the
election. I'm certain the gener-
al membership of the Y. M. H. A.
and all its affiliates will reap the
benefit of same.
Miss Shirley Rothschild, secre-
tary to our executive drector.
is back in Miami alter a month's
trip up north.
Notice, officers of Y. M. H. A.:
A regular board of directors
meeting will be hold next Wed-
nesday at which time 1 sincerely
hope the new constitution will be
In connection with American
Red Cross work. Mrs. T. Kotkin.
chairman of surgical dressings,
reports that members of the Y.
W. H. A. are continuing their
work at Richards Store in Miami
and Miami Beach and some of
them do their work at the Coral
Mrs. S. B. Miller is the new
chairman of the knitting division
of the Y. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes
has been appointed cnairman of
the sewing department in con-
nection with Red Cress work.
with unbounded faith. The day
of European liberty is dawning.
"In Britain and the British
Empire, Jewish men and women
are united with their fellow citi-
zens in determination to crush
the Nazi oppressors and are sure
in their conviction that the hour
c>f victory is at hand.''
VICHY SPEEDS ELIMINATION
JEWS IN COMMERCE. LABOR
Vichy (W N S>More speed
in eliminating Jewish employers
and employees from industry
and commerce in occupied France
is demanded in an order issued
by the Vichy government this
Administrators appointed to
supervise Jewish operated busi-
nesses are reminded in this order
that they are personally respon-
sible for enforcing the ordinance
promulgated by the Nazi occupa-
tional authorities, forbidding cer-
tain economic activities to Jews
as well as contact between Jews
and Christians in retail trading.
The order adds that in the
crusade against Jewry for the
crusade against Bolshevism,
which fell flat. Following these
lines the press is now describ-
ing Bolshevism as "just one of
the many tools whereby Jews
are seeking world control."
The Voelkischer Beobachter's
report on the Litvinoff speech is
given under a six-column banner
headline reading: "Bolshevism
Reveals Its Jewish Face." The
Boersen Zeitung. declaring that
the Jews are the "real murder-
ers" of the Ukrainians, charges
that they are seeking world
domination through the Bolshe-
viks in Moscow, the Lord Nath-
ans in London and the Frank-
furters and Morgenthaus in
Washington. The Deutsche All-
gemeine Zeitung reports that for
strategic reasons Litvinoff and
other Jews have been kept in the
background in Moscow but are
now coming out into the open.
where it is difficult to find a
suitable non-Jew to replace the
Jewish owner, they must be
DEEP FAITH FOR
closed immediately, pending their
case "of "small Jewish businesses, sale to non-Jews or liquidation.
London (WNSThe spectacle
of a Zionist gathering in which
representatives of half a dozen
governments in exile joined the
Jews in singing the Hatikvah was
the novelty which took place here
at the launching of the Palestine
Victory Campaign cf the Jewish
Samson Wright, p resident of
the Jewish National Fund in his
opening speech, expressed regret
that "The British government has
been reluctant to make the Jew-
ish position adequately plain."
He added, however, that "the
Prime Minister in his recent
broadcast cleared misunderstand-
ings when he said that "Britain
was the friend of everyone who
aided in resisting Nazism."
Chief Rabbi Hertz, in deliver-
ing the principal speech voiced
his faith in the ultimate victory
of Britain and paid homage to the
ideo of a Jewish Kational home
in a free Palestine "where there
will be no domination of Arabs
by Jews or Jews by Arabs."
The trickle of refugees to this country is growing thinner
and thinner, as are the refugees themselves The reason is
not only the added difficulties in the quest for visas but also,
and to a very large extent, the difficulty of obtaining transpor-
tation faculties ... An important factor is the apparent deter-
mination of the representatives of the few remaining steam-
ship lines still plying between Europe and America to clean up
on the plight of the refugees "No tip, no trip," is their slogan
and by "tip" they don't mean a mere five-ddllar bill ... As
for those refugees who are still in Europe, some of them have
paid for passage to America three or four times over, and are
still waiting for the boat that will save them One recent ar-
rival in Cuba has the distinction of having paid the record sum
of S30.000, in cash, for the ticket that took him out of Hitler's
reach ... It was the Germans who achieved this triumph of
highway robbery There should be an investigation to dis-
cover why the S. S. Magallanes of the Garcia and Diaz Line,
for example, which arrived here from Spain last week, left
Europe with fifty empty berths while thousands of refugees in
Spain, with sufficient money for regular-priced tickets, were
clamoring for accommodations ... As for refugees in ocupied
France, it costs them 270 francs to smuggle a letter across the
border to the unoccupied territory The agency that handles
this bootleg mail is the Paris Beggars' Society.
Now that the Germans are fighting the Russians, the Nazis
have issued, for the first time, the film they made years ago of
the German Condor Legion fighting in Spain, in what they call
"Spain's holy war against Bolshevism" Until now the fil
was kept in a safe and cozy pigeonhole, lest Soviet sensibili-
ties be offended You can't blame Walter Winchell for pat-
ting himself on the back when it took the G-Men a full year to
find a Nazi espionage suspect at the Sperry Gyroscope plant
after Winchell had announced, in his column, his suspicion of
the presence of espionage agents in the factory Don't be
surprised if one of these days publisher George Backer volun-
teers for a post as an American military observer in some for-
eign land ... So powerful was the impression created by
Pierre van Paassen's recent address on the theme of a Jewish
army for Palestine that the Revisionists are offering him the
supreme leadership of the Jewish army movement.
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
When the Nazis have no good news to report from the battle
front they turn on the good old propaganda spigot Their lat-
est attention-diverter is the discovery that the King of Norway
(who is now in England) is really a represenative of "inter-
national Jewry" Gabby Goebbels figured this out all by him-
self, with the brilliant deduction that the Scandinavian mon-
arch's name, Haakon, really stands for "He-Cohen" One
of this summer's hoity-toitiest Italian weddings will be the nup-
tials of Laetitia Pecci-Blunt, on her mother's side descended
from a Commander of the Papal Nable Guards The groom
will be Prince Alberico Boncompagni Ludovisi, whose ancient
clan has a number of popes in its family tree The cere-
mony will be performed by a Cardinal of the Church The
bride's father and her brother and two sisters will not, however,
be present at the marriage feast They are in America, the
father's native land Could this have anything to do with
the circumstance that this gentleman, Cecil Charles Pecci-Blunt,
was born Cecil Charles Blumenthal?
STAGE AND SCREEN
Clap hands for Hollywood's George O'Brien On his
South Amerian tour he found that Nazi films were being shown
in many theatres ... So he struck a deal with the operatorsif
they would cut out the Nazi pictures he would give a free per-
formance O'Brien gave hundreds of performances on this
basis From London comes news that Leslie Howard is
making a new film, with a war theme ... A biography of Sam
H. Harris, the beloved producer whose death saddened Broad-
way early this month, is being readied by John Cleveland and
Luther Davis Not so many years ago Oscar Serlin was dead
broke and having a lot of trouble promoting coin to back a play
he had a lot of faith in : : : The play was "Life With Father"
and now producer Serlin is becoming the angel of the new
Vinton Freedley show, which will star the Great White Way's
newest discovery, Danny Kaye Ben Hecht promises Broad-
way a new play from his pen for next season.
By the time you read this Dr. and Mrs. Chaim Weizmann
will have packed their baggage and be preparing to leave our
shores for England ... Dr. Weizmann expects to return to
America in October Boris Smolar, Jewish Telegraphic
Agency foreign respondent ace, would be en route to Moscow
now were it not for the fact that he is finishing an important
book on his fascinating experiences in Europe Lion Fuecht-
wanger's forthcoming book will be called "The Devil in France"
... It will deal with his life in a French concentration camp,
and will tell the story of his extraordinary escape Maurice
Samuel has just completed his new book, the tentative title of
which is "Last Call to Freedom" ... An interested spectator at
last week's All-Star baseball game was Private Hank Green-
berg of the U. S. Army, who chose this way of spending a brief
furlough Jewish sport fans will be interested to hear that
Isidor Herbst, for years president of the famous Vienna Hakoah
Sports Club, has come to the U. S. A. after many tribulations.
Except for one occasionwhen he was beaten up and lodged
in a Nazi jail for having had the temerity to organize a Jewish
self-defense corps in Viennahe managed to keep one jump
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FRIDAY. IULY 18. 1941
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHEt-OFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
2263 S. W. 21et Terrace
Daily Synagogue Service*
Shachriss, daily at 8:00 a. m.,
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.; Junior
Congregation at 9:00 a. m. Sat-
Mincha, daily at 6:45 p. m.
Maariv. daily at 7:30 p. m., Sat-
urday at 7:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
7:00 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Examinations were held by
our rabbi in all classes of our
Hebrew school during the past
week. The results were gratify-
ing beyond expectation. They
are additional proof that child-
ren learn best and most during
the morning hours of our sum-
Cantor Maurice Mamches, re-
turning from his vacation this
Sunday, will take over all classes
for the next six weeks, the dura-
lion of Miss Sonya Shpall's va-
vation. Classes will be held be-
tween the hours of 9 and 12:30.
Registration of children takes
place each weekday morning.
Back From Vacation
Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff
have returned from their brief
vacation in New York. During
their stay they attended the con-
vention of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America. Rabbi Meschel-
off was re-elected on the execu-
tive council. Mrs. Mescheloff
was elected national vice presi-
dent of the Histadrus Harabon-
ioss. the national organization of
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
1545 S W. Third Street
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
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Daily ShachrU_______7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon_________8:00 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p. m.
MaariT------------------------6:00 p. m.
Friday ......_____6:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service________9:00 a. m.
Rabbi Kellner left this week
for the north where he will join
his wife and spend the remainder
of the summer visiting relatives
and friends throughout the north.
He will return about September
Rebbetzins. While in New York
they also visited various Yashi-
voss, and consulted with the
heads of various Zionist organi-
In the Vale of Tears
Our deepest sympathies are
expressed to the bereaved wife
and relatives of the late Samuel
Gredinger, the sorrowing hus-
band, children and relatives of
the late Mrs. Gelbfish, and the
family and many friends who
mourn the passing away of Miss
Eva Aaronson, all of whom de-
I parted this earth during the past
j week. May the Almighty con-
sole all those in sorrow.
Our heartiest Mazul Tov to
Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller on the
marriage of their son, Irving, last
week. Our sincere congratula-
tions and good wishes to the
ahead of the Gestapo, and thus
was enabled to reach the safety
From Hollywood Sidney Skol-
sky reports a poster displayed in
the window of a shoe repair
shop The poster features the
mugs of Hitler and Mussolini
and looking at those faces is an
ordinary citizen who says: "That
reminds meI must get my
heels fixed" From the Coast,
too, comes the tale of the man
who. after attending Hitler's
funeral, gave a detailed report
of the ceremony to his wife .
"They lowered Hitler's coffin in-
to the grave, and then they took
it out again," he began "Then
they lowered the coffin into the
grave, and took it out again .
They lowered it again, and
raised it once more" ... At this
point the wife interrupted to
ask: "But why didn't they sim-
ply leave the coffin in the grave
the first time?" "Well, you
see," replied her husband, "ev-
ery time the coffin disappeared
into the grave there was a ter-
rific burst of applause" And
finally, there's the story about
the French department store
clerk who is now languishing in
a Paris bastille ... It seems that
a German officer came to the
store and asked the clerk to
show him some snappy numbers
in the bathing-suit line And
the clerk naively inquired: "Oh,
so now you're planning to swim
across the Channel?"
(Miaml'e Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIHO, HaODI
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-217*
Daily Services............ 7:30 a.m.
Evening Services ....... 6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning.......... 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning..... ...... 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily .... 9-12 a.m.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6986 Indian Creek Drive8.1266
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaOorce Drive Ph. 8-1738
ROTHSCHILDS ARE PURGED
FROM LEGION OF HONOR
FOR A PLEASANT SUMMER VACATION COME TO
Third Avenue WestOn Top oi a Mountain
HENDERSONVILLE. N. C.
Horse Back Riding, Swimming. Golfing, Tennis
Owned And Operated By
ADELINE UTTMAN and JENNIE SEIDEN
Vichy, (WNS)A number of
Frenchmen who went abroad
prior to, or soon after, the armis-
tice last year are removed from
the rolls of the Legion of Honor,
according to decisions published
in the Journal Officiel.
They include several persons
now in the United StatesBar-
ons Edouard Henri and Robert
de Rothschild; Pertinax (Andre
Geraud) and Henri de Kerillis,
the writers Alexis Leger, former
secretary general at the Foreign
Ministry; Pieerre Cot, former
Minister for Air, and Edouard
Jonas, the art dealer.
Mrs. Louis Margulies Repott\nQ lor Belli
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Mrs. Jake Engler, general
chairman of Beth David Sister-
hood boat ride which had to be
postponed due to inclement
weather, wishes to announce to
all ticket holders that this boat
ride will take place this Tuesday
evening, July 22, on Yacht Bis-
cayne, Pier 7, at 8:30 o'clock,
In case of rain these tickets
will be honored at Beth David
auditorium that same evening,
where we will arrange for cards
and bingo, as well as a pleasant
an evening as we would have on
the boat. Remember. Tuesday
evening, July 22. at 8:30 o'clock
on Yacht Biscayne, or in case of
rain at Beth David auditorium.
Red Cross Sewing Classes
While it is most gratifying to
see the increased attendance at
our American Red Cross sewing
classes every Tuesday and Thurs-
day from 9:30 A. M. to 4:30 P.
M., at Beth David auditorium.
Mrs. Isador Fine, president, and
Mrs. Chas. Roth, chairman, again
stress the importance to all mem-
bers and friends who have not
joined to do so without further
delay. Remember, that in case
of necessity, we have to stand
Regular services at Temple
Israel will be held this Friday
evening at 8:15 o'clock with
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
Services continue at the Temple
during the summer months with
Congregational singing and par-
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Sol Bowman, Jr..
father of Mrs. Julius Damen-
stein; Sarah Feibelman, mother
Of H. U. Feibelman; Hannah Le-
vin, mother of Isaac Levin,
ready in defense of our country.
For information please call the
Mazel Tor ------~
The office and members of
Beth David Congregation and
Sisterhood extend their greetings
to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes,
at the birth of their granddaugh-
ter, Sharon, born to Mr. and
Mrs, Samuel Badanes. May the
Almighty grant them great
We pray to the Almighty that
He send an immediate and per-
manent cure to our member, Mr.
Meyer Schwartz, who is at his
home suffering from a recent ac-
cident, and to Mrs. Abe Kaplan
who is convalescing at her home.
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FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1941
APPEALS FOR AID
Lisbon (WNS)Immediate as-
sistance is needed from America
to rescue 1.500 refugees who
possess visas for overseas coun-
tries. Dr. James Bernstein, Eu-
ropean director of the Hias-Ica
Emigration Association, said in
an appeal issued here for the
Jews in America.
The new State Department
regulations already make it more
difficult to aid the refugees. Dr.
Bernstein pointed out, and inter-
national development at any mo-
ment may completely cut off the
possibility of such work. It was,
therefore, urgent, he declared,
"that everything that can be done
at present should be done at once,
or we may find ourselves too
late." For that reason, he hoped
that the Jews of America would
respond generously to the "Res-
cue through Emigration" cam-
paign which the HI AS is con-
ducting in the United States.
"The funds available to the
Hias-Ica Emigration Association
for emigration activities are com-
pletely exhausted. At least $250.-
000 are necessary immediately
if people from unoccupied coun-
tries already in possession of
visas to overseas lands are to be
saved. A few hundred others
have the possibility of obtaining
visas to Latin American coun-
tries." Dr. Bernstein explained.
He emphasized the desperate ur-
gency of the situation, and stated
that the visas of several hundred
refugees are soon to expire and
will not be renewed. "Intern-
ment camps in France, slavery
in labor camps in North Africa,
and jails in other countries await
those who lose their chance to
emigrate, he added.
"Under such circumstances I
feel that I must appeal directly
to the American Jewish public
for aid for these people. This
may be their last opportunity and
it would be tragic if we miss it,
not only for ourselves, but for
those unfortunates whose sole
hope may be snatchced from
them at any moment now," Dr.
HILLEL'S FIELD SECRETARY
Norman Kiell, of Milwaukee, who
has been appointed national field
JUST OFF PRESS
secretary of the 57 B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations and Counsel-
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
' fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon
; the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early aa
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing datea.
New YorkNearly 1,100 au-
biblical and historical records,
special surveys of communal, or-
ganizational, institutional and
statistical progress in Jewish life
the world overare contained in
the fourth volume of the Uni-
versal Jewish Encyclopedia,
which is published here this
week, according to an announce-
ment by Rabbi Isaac Landman.
editor-in-chief of this ten-vol-
ume work in English.
Louis Rittenberg is executive
and literary editor. Rabbi Simon
Cohen is research director, of the
Universal Jewish Encyclopedia.
The remaining six volumes are
scheduled to appear at approxi-
mately three-month intervals.
The fourth volume of the Uni-
versal Jewish Encyclopedia, al-
phabetically embraces subjects
from "Eduyoth," most provoca-
tive of the Mishnaic tractates, to
"Gnosticism." as a mystical teach-
ing in Judaism and Christianity
alike. The fourth volume is dedi-
cated to the memory of Rabbi
Isaac Leeser (1806-1868). intre-
pid and steadfast pathfinder in
American Judaism. universal
letters, and Jewish publishing
endeavors during the formative
years of Jewish community life in
the United States." Previous
volumes were dedicated to George '
Alexander Kohut, Felix M. War-
burg and Louis Marshall respec-
471 illustrations, in color and
otherwise, maps and charts vivify
the 638 pages of volume four of
the Universal Jewish Encyclo-
pedia. Upward of 800 biogra-1
phies of outstanding Jews in all
ages and on all continents, as
well as non-Jewish defenders of
Israel, form a large part of vol-
ume four of the Universal Jewish
The volumes already published
contain more than 4,000 articles
and 1,800 illustrations, presenting
a wealth of timely, authentic, il-
luminating, and often little known
information. The ten volumes
will embrace more than 5,000,000
words, covering 6,500 large and
readable double-coulumn pages.
There will be upward of 12,000
articles and 50,000 individual ref-
erences contributed by 613 au-
thorities in their fields, hailing
from fifty different countries. It
is aimed to render more graphic
and comprehensible than ever be-
j fore the centuries of Jewish ex-
periencc and Jewish contact with
i all the peoples of the world.
JEWISH COMMONWEALTH IN
PALESTINE TO BE SOVEREIGN
Boston (WNS)Addressing the
New Zionist Regional Convention
here. Dr. Chaim Weizmann sta-
led, "we shall not be able to
cany out the job that is ahead of
us. The Jewish Commonwealth
must be given a status of com-
plete sovereignty, equality and
dignity among the nations of the
world." Dr. Weizmann expressed
optimism over America's interest
in Palestine. He declared that
the "Jewish contribution to the
victory of democracy will not
escape the attention of American
statesmen. The Battle of Britain
is being waged in defense of the
approaches to America, but the
war is being waged not only on
the Atlantic and in England. It
is being fought in the East, too,
and in the east, the Jewish home-
land stands ready and willing to
serve against the common enemy
Among the resolutions passed
by the convention was one de-
claring that it is imperative that
a united Jewish leadership should
represent American Jewry at the
coming peace conference.
JEWS AID POLES
London (WNS)Thousands of
Jews and Poles who were exiled
to Siberia when the Soviet oc-
cupied Galicia, following the
Russian-German pact, are soon
to be liberated, according to re-
ports reaching here from Istan-
The step, it is believed, falls
in line with a new policy on the
part of Soviet Government in re-
conciling the Soviet with the
According to the Soviet news-
papers received here, thousands
of Jews in the Nazi-occupied So-
viet territory are being arrested
on the charge of committing acts
One Soviet paper declares that
1600 Jews were arrested in Bi-
yalostock. 300 in Brest-Litovsk.
300 in Lomza and similar arrests
have taken place in at least 13
other cities. In all, it is esti-
mated that 20.000 Jews have
been arrested in these Nazi-occu-
pied lands of the Soviet.
A new method of propaganda
designed to break down the mo-
rale of the Russian soldiers is the
forced broadcasting by prison-
ers of war. One Russian Jewish
soldier, captured by the Nazis,
was forced to broadcast an ap-
peal in which the Jewish cap-
tive declared that Germany
treats its Jews better than Rus-
sia and, therefore, Jewish sol-
diers should desert. He was also
forced to say that Hitler plans
to create a Jewish state in the
Lublin district which will have
broader autonomy than Biro-
BHTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL,
open every week in the year
EVERT MONDAY EVENINGT, W.
H. A. bowling games.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
"f e.u*h month, regular meeting of
I..lilies Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
nans and also rYeda M.ukowiiz
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
BECOND TUEST>AY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Rr-ach Jewish
Center, regular meeong. S:00 p. m.
at Center. Euclid. Ave. and Hth
SECOND AND FVUr.TH TUKS-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholeni Lodge B'nai B'rith.
EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
Red Croat Sewing Classes. Belli
David Auditorium, :.:;,, a m. to
i:" I-. 111.
FOURTH TUESDAY of everv month,
regular meeting of .National Home
Jor Jewish Children, Denver.
EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING
B nat B'rith bowling games at Ml-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTER.NCON-
} W. H. A. Sewing Classes ben*.
f.t Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVKRY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinosa Forum at 3 o'clock, on
.he lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolfson's
home, 1059 Collins Ave.. Miami
JULY 22Beth David Sisterhood Boat
20Card, bingo, man jongg party Ride. Yacht Biscavne, 8:30
Y. M. H. A. 8 p. m. p. m.
23National Council Jewish Wo-
men, Bowery Shin Dig. Zis- AUGUST
.-ens Bowery. 9 p. m. 3B'nai B'rith picnic.
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HEADS HI1XEL AT YALE
n Maurice Zigmond. director
o( re B'nai Brith Hillel Counsel-
orsr.ip at Yale University, the
GET JEWISH FOOD
first of the big-three colleges at
which Hillel service has become
available to Jewish students.
PREPARE POST-WAR PLAN
TO SOLVE REFUGEE PROBLEM
London (WNS)A large scale
plan (or the settlement of the
refugee problem is being pre-
pared for submission to the Peace
Confi rence at the end of the war.
Tin- plan is in process of prepara-
tion by the Coordinating Founda-
tion, formed by the Inter-govern-
mental Committee on Refugees.
Ex-Premier Paul van Zeeland
ef Belgium, executive president
of the Foundation, declared that
th< refugee plan would form an
integral part of the larger plan
for the reconstruction of Europe
W th reference to the imme-
diati activities of the Inter-gov-
ernmental Committee on Refu-
Mr. Van Zeeland said that
thi general world situation was
proving a great handicap as were
the new immigration restrictions
New York (WNS)Food sent
by Jews to relatives in Nazi-held
territories is eaten by Nazi sol-
diers, according to a statement
made by Dr. Josef Tanenbaum,
chairman of the Joint Boycott
Council of the American Jewish
Congress and the Jewish Labor
Committee. The Joint Boycott
Council is conducting a drive "to
end the food package racket."
"The Council," says the state-
ment, "has definite information
that food packages shipped so far
to Poland have been rifled of
their contents by the occupying
military authorities. We are in
possession of letters from those
who receiver parcels originally
containing butter, egg products
and cereals, the letters stating:
'I received your gift of a little
tea. Thank you very much.'
Some packages were stuffed with
paper and little else when they
arrived at their destination."
"The food goes to feed Hitler's
armies and Gestapo agents, while
the money goes oy an indirect
route to pay Hitler's expenses
outside Europe. The firms en-
gaged in this traffic, whether in
the hope of alleviating the mis-
ery into which Nazism has plung-
ed the European continent, or out
of the desire for profit, will be
forced by an informed public
opinion to cease their unwitting
aid to the Hitler juggernaut,"
the statement concludes.
MANCHESTER PAPER URGES
INDEPENDENT JEWISH STATE
London (WNS)The Manches-
ter Guardian, prominent British
liberal newspaper, in an editorial
urges the establishment of an in-
dependent Jewish state in Pales-
tine. The editorial criticizes the
inadequate use made by the Brit-
ish of the Palestine Jews for mil-
"It is a mistake," writes the
Guardian, "to be always talking
as though only Arabs must be
considered although undoubtedly
the attachment of the Jews to the
British side can always be as-
sumed. If we raise the Arab
question in connection with Syria
as Minister Anthony Eden did,
then we must remember that
Palestine lies in the very heart
of this problem. No settlement
of the problem is conceivable
which would not include the es-
tablishment of a Jewish National
Home in a free Palestine where
there will be no domination of
Arab over Jew or Jew over
DECIDES TO J
H. Y. C. HILLEL COUNSELOR
Dr. Harry Mellman, who has been
appointed counselor to Jewish
students in New York City with
BRITISH USING PALESTINE
ORANGES FOR WAR USES
London (WNS)Modern sci-
ence has made it possible to
shoot with oranges as well as
eat them. In a statement in the
House of Commons by Colonial
Under-Secretary Hall it was re-
vealed that the Palestine citrus
crop is now being used for vari-
ous acids needed in connection
with the war industry.
The Palestine government, Hall
said, had guaranteed 517,000
pounds sterling in advances to
citrus growers over a two year
period. The government, he ad-
ded was prepared to give finan-
cial assistance if Palestine's re-
sources were insufficient.
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New York (WNS)An an-
nouncement that the Synagogue
Council of America, which in-
cludes all Jewish religious bodies
in the United Statese, has decided
to join the General Jewish Coun-
cil, was made by 1. M. Minkoff,
newly appointed executive sec-
retary of the Council, at a gath-
ering of representatives of the
Jewish and Angle-Jewish press.
Mr. Minkoff was introduced to
the gathering by Edgar J. Kauf-
mann. chairman of the Council.
In outlining the aims of the
Council, which is composed of
the American Jewish Committee,
the B'nai B'rith, and the Jewish
Labor Committee, Mr. Minkoff
stressed the fact that the three
organizations which comprise the
Council are not giving up their
individual ideals or activities.
They realize, however, that they
have so much in common in their
practical work of protecting Jew-
ish interests, that it is necessary
and possible to coordinate and
to harmonize their efforts. This
is one of the main purposes of
Another important aspect of
the General Jewish Council's pro-
gram is the cordination of the
services extended by its constit-
uent agencies in the field of civ-
ilian morale and civilian defense.
Another branch of the Council's
activity will be the full imple-
mentation of its public relations
a view to sterngthening the pro-
grams and coordinating the ac-
tivities of existing Jewish campus
groups in the Metropolitan col-
BRITAIN IS GRATEFUL FOR
PALESTINE WAR SERVICES
FLORIDA'S NEWEST FINEST & LARGEST
London (WNS)The question
of the maximum utilization of
the Palestine Jews for war ser-
vices came up again in the House
of Commons this week when Ben
Riley, Laborite. asked whether
the British government is now
preparing to take advantage of
the offer of the Jews of Pales-
tine to serve in His Majesty's
Replying for the war minister,
Richard K. Law answered that
Great Britain greatly appreciated
the Jewish eagerness to serve
and that, indeed, many Palestine
Jews rendered fine services with
the British forces in Greece and
HAIFA SEVERELY BOMBED
WHEN PLANES ATTACK
PALESTINE LABOR STRIKES
TO BE BARRED IN FUTURE
Jerusalem (WNS)All must
be quiet on the labor front in Pal-
estine. That is to be the policy
of the Palestine government
which this week announced the
proposed enactment of a law in
Palestine prohibiting strikes and
lockouts, especially in connection
with the war industries.
The law, which is similar to
that of England, says that labor
disputes in which the govern-
ment intervenes will be settled
by an arbitration committee,
consisting of three members, ap-
pointed by the High Commission-
er, to which will be added rep-
resentatives of the employers
and employees. Violations of the
law are to be punished by a
maximum fine of 500 pounds
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rained down on every part of
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languages were employed by the
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JOINT ACTION URGED BY
POLES AND JEWS FOR EXILES
New York (WNS)Joint action
by Poles and Jews for the pur-
pose of rescuing the thousands of
Polish Jews and Christians who
were exiled in Siberia upon the
occupation of Poland and Russia,
was urged in an article in the
Newy Swiat, leading Polish news-
paper published in New York.
The writer recommends that
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act together to this end and in-
tervene both with the Polish gov-
ernment in London and with the
U. S. government to obtain their
assistance and that a commission
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were present. A swell nine was
had by all. Of the 17
ticipated 10 received prizes .-.:-
ter the touman-ent a buffet
per was served. Anoti-.< r I
ment will be held soon s. that
all those who missed out on this
one will get another cl
Brother Milstein gave rr
following statistics as to (be re-
suits in scoring: 1st low
Marty Milstein. with a 76
fessional); 2nd. Bernard
with a 79: 3rd Roland Krantzi
with an 85 1st bund bogey
e\-er that is). Herman Wall
2nd Stanley C Myers. 101 3rd
Dr Leonard F.r.r t~ 4tr.
Abbott. 99. 5th, Al Hesnet
'.--. Dl A. R:-^r.:r^:. fl
Harold Rand. 101. Other .
:par.u an: -. res jr
Hiiarlii 9S: A Kramer. 102; Gus
Zjt Max Pepp-sr 99. a; i
use a few good ball [
Practice a held ever:. S
~ irr.r.g -: F Park V..
a. Beach, from 9 till 10 Fi
10 until noon we aaaO]
games arsfe -_-.e C:-.< Ltai.
i.-s Mgr F_-.: :i._..'.
is looking for competitxr. A
-. one of tbe A 2 A
:hapt-;.-; -.:.; ;.;.. -. ; ...
fat :.- .- :^.%^ ref rted
and played -n games
-- _.; Mart;. if_s_-. Leir.ard
Mars: -5 3arT5ey GaaaaaaD A. I
Bajda. Miitce Fnedntar.
F/an ran. Dave Ca-.sr.a-- B^:r..e
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rjc Creaaar Jack R<*er. Sarr.
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