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The Jewish Floridian ( July 25, 1941 )

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t & Jewish noridian Co MBJSISG 1% The Jewish, Unity 3An fisuxrUdk VJsuiASLy VCL'JME :<—No. 3C MIAMI FLCruTA rTUTAY "V".: 25 .H: pcjj^ .." .TENTS RUMANIA CLOSES TILL END OF w N :: regi n S —Praaiei lor. A I stosaasato has b> direci • te% -i : eras aitatef %  >.' -V.x -*-"_. ...-;:::..:. • %  .-: r iuration of Ike amr, :t was lecree exarea against the atereato af the country to w disloyal elements" to congregate in these critical tin %  W.000 JEWS FLEE TO HEY AS NAZIS NEAR RUSS CITY Stock W N S)—The %  t the NJ is <...: %  •. to o\ H new ina .: Jews (k ring l • k on towns '.: ami est the -A. x thai SO.000 Jews tove tied t K trt %  • •D :.".!' Soviel dun n devastated by the German arm] The Soviet aui t lies are sees.:-.; I E IS JEWS -Zl INFORMED X.AZ Mcanzz rccrcss CASE FC5 TnZ3 WCOC NUZS GOVERNOR POST IN RUSSIA WNS — J -:--*--•-•: I v fug! • I %  Oliver Looker-! M rt 1 --..-: tha tpeak %  i Federal P •" Many synagogues in Nazi PoGrea1 Brtta-.r land have been converted into •.•-• : v Minister W %  spitals for German sol-1 chill has tiers, according to reports reach-1 pathies, and that • ore. A census of Warsaw just completed, according to the Nazi paSaoci -*"* v IT Ih* %  \ S .. -AS X' sa o %  .-'.' J~C ... AMERICAN BOY, FLIER, IS IF NIERNEES HELD K\ ----tune tiane the rabidly P pul lished in Cracow, reveals tnti-Semitic Premier, whe joinedI that Warsaw has a current popuHrtfer to declaring waxllation of 1.355,328 of whom 401.Soviet Ruaafe, announced 80S are Jews segregated in the that two new concentration camps. ghetto had been established for the m1 ternment of Jewish Bolsheviks The concentration camps, it! was learned, are located -.ear Bessarabia and northern Bukov-1 ina. which, according to the Rumanian High Command, are now I under complete Rumanian-Naz; control. Soviet spokesmen here I declared that the civilian popu-j lations of these areas had been evacuated into the Russian in-j terior at the start of hostilities. New York —Nathaniel Maranz. twenty-two year old RAF [pilot from this city is a prisoner of war in Germany, it was reIvealed this week. Dr. Maranz. I a member of the American Eagle Squadron had been listed as missj ing since June 21st. On April 6 Mr. Maranz'e plane I was shot down over England, but | he escaped that time by bailing | out. although badly burned and disfigured. On June 21st. however, he was downed over the English Channel. After swimming for an hour and a half he was picked up by a German Rescue boat. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Maranz of New York. After Mr. Maranz disappeared on June 21st. the British Air Ministry notified his parents that he was 'missing" and sent them a letter their son had left to be forwarded to them "in case of death." In it he said he did not expect to come out of the war but would continue to io.no in fUturt the Jew s" The C A. • Canterburj I rmef Wei 5 tary Leslie Hore-Bebs an B I % %  %  Dt U Schwartz rt. I : %  Stn w Dl r president of the A:I P* lish-Jews The dek Bates Pi Wladtslav Sik rski's pledge ol full equality for Jews .r. a postwar Poland A representative of the Polish Govemment-m-exUe attended the sessions. • %  %  rhs • _. \.v. HIAS TAKES ACTION TO AID LISBON STRANDED REFUGEES rones • i • | %  • • : : r -.fit: -%  • %  ." • sold A glass N % %  • %  '-" %  .. ~ Russu i%  po Red A ... %  the Nan tgions Mx tai j thai Russ .--.-.: to date "o ngns .. cv Di Frank super* Bed tablshmeni at the Je* -' f hets a s Warsaw and I B Approa raatei) >000.000 Jews tove bee shunted into the ghetto in War saw undw th ".-'• onditions ANTISEMITES ; HEAD NEW GROUP BETTER TREATED Montreal (WNS)—Jewish refugees, now interned in Canada, will receive more privileges and better treatment from the Canadian authorities, as a result of intervention by the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies, it was revealed here this week. Military guards, now within the confines of the camp, will be removed to outside the compound, while the barbed wire fences, long a source of psychological irritation to the refugees, will be placed some distance from the compound, out of sight of the alive. —H„moeracv refugees They will be permitted fight for he .? aus p of w 1 1 ^ 0 ^3 r to write two postage-free letters as long as his eyes were good r .it TKic Mrc New York iWNSt—Action to relieve the distress of several hundred refugee families holding immigration visas for countries in the Western Hemisphere has been taken by the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigration Aid Society. Abraham Herman, president, announced. Responding to an urgent telephone appeal from the H1ASICA headquarters in Lisbon. HIAS made its first remittance in the amount of $25,000 The fund is necessary to facilitate the emigration of the refugees who have already complied with all immigration regulations and are in possession of immigration visas to the United States and other countries, but face the danger of losing their chances if their departure is delayed. TO HOLD MASS EXECUTIONS O F BIALYSTOCK VICTIMS each week, whereas up until now they could write only one. In addition they will will be allowed to wear civilian clothes, and receive visits from relatives and friends. Meanwhile, 300 refugees were added to the 600 returned to England some time ago. It is expected that more will be sent there in the near future. Of the first 600 sent many joined the Pioneer Corps And from the island of Mauritius, where a number of refugees, denied admission to Palestine, are interned for the duration of the war, the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies have received a letter of thanks from the British administration. Acknowledging the sum of 1.000 pounds sterling sent by the Agencies "to provide comfort for the Jewishs detainees," the Colonial Secretary of the island sent assurance that "the money is being spent in the best possible way to brighten the lives of these poor people and to give them maximum comfort." This, Mrs. Maranz said, was a reference of three plastic surgery operations performed after April 6th. Her son flew with the squadron between operations, his head swathed in bandages, she said, and was scheduled for a fourth operation the day after he was shot down. ••He wanted to be in action." she said. "He felt there was nothing left for the future Stockholm (WNS>—Masses Jews of Bialystok were executed bv the Nazis upon the occupation of the city by the German army, the Berlin radio admitted in a broadcast. The synagogues of the city were burned to the ground, it was said. The Berlin radio added that the Nazi soldiers upon their entrance in Bialystok. immediately began a search for arms among the Jews and discovered "large s armament stores" m the synabcgogues. Also "food dumps were New York vW N SI A now Fascist organisation, closely associated with official Nasi prop-' ganda agencies and headed by professional anti-Semites with police records, has recently begun operations in Philadelphia a as reported here by The Hour, reliable a n t i Fa S o i I I weekly. The headquarters of the new pro-Hitler group the American Christian League, are located "t Room 705. Broad Street Station Building. 16th and Filbert Streets, Philadelphia, U was da closed The League was In corpor a ted bn March. liNl. as a "non-profit corporation" by decree oi the Common Pleas Court of Delaware County, Pa. The Hour reported. The purposes el the American Christian I eagwe, acj cording to its articles a! mcoxOf I pomtion. are OUTLINE FUTURE OF PALESTINE FOR CLOSE OF TOE WAR Jewish homes' tr," hie final I discovered in cause of his face. In his nnai ST o7 his" death! S every 1 1 LABOR IS WARNED TO FIGHT New York ,WNS' rh* status of Palestine after the war. .. Used by Dt J 1 Magnea president ol tht Hebrew Unhrei sity of Jerusalem, is outlined statement given b> l^ Ma gewa to the Jerusalem correspondent the Now York rune* A v national autonosmous ttata flawssHUfc o: a pan Arab ''•-.is men as prebab Btj Magnea to his statement says 'Been soonrr '.hat' might tow been sa as xtod the pohtseal lu lure af Passat toe %  baeaaatog j matter of immediate owicv. I The British government baa bean | wise to hesitating to define peace to promote are. foster aims toe prw.se'.> The chiet war aim. namely • mixing this war decisively and completety must fus.t be achieved More over, premature announcement of political peace aims may be apt to stir up controversy among the Allies themsehes Secret treaties co n tr a *t od to the last x\ *r xvere a bask cause of the loss o! peace and the present deadly struggle After reviewing briefly the events since Prime Miniate) Win •ton Churvhrti's historic otfei • %  Hritish-Frx-nch politcal union In social and business relation ... cording to Christian ideals in business, industrial, commercial *nd professional spheres, to assist xvorthy young Christians by gifts and loans; to print and publish literature and periodicals and distribute the same, to preserve Christian ideals general)) and m particular in domestic and business relations, to assure and promote the satety and security of the American Christian home and to acquire snd hoM prwpartjf." The Hour revaalsd that the toS"fS-m-JAU ANn-SQ^TlC ACT.ONS jy,^*. g ^^^j;^ have an end. w-ishinaton tWNS—A warnSweeney, John A Wasson. Lea family home o.. r-. %  •_-•-;-janti-Semitism" and StrCC V mtfSSSS andTn 939 ^ "the effort to arouse racial hatred J1C Jffi£i ^PtonScy Of and to provoke .acial quarre from tne acnooi ui ~,niinorf n a resolution adColumbia University. In July^of that year he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps. After a year's training, he resigned and went to Ottowa I was contained in a resolution adopted by Washington Central Labor Unions. The attempt to arouse racial hatred "precedes an attack on all faiths of God^.h/Snval Air Force. He is fearing men." declared the rvso join the Royal Air ror ^ t0 ^ JOin IBB ""J"' -— „-_.,, the oldest of the three Maranz children, the others being Mildred, seventeen, and Joseph, six. national policy. lution, which was stated to be in accordance with the AFL's Ian. Describing the leadership of the American Christian League. The Hour states: "The Moylan brothers, xvho are the real leaders of the League, formerly published Equalizer, a notorious anti-Semitic magazine. For some time they have maintained intimate contacts with the German-American Bund and other anti-demo erotic groups." IfMQ, coupled nh the confw anee to June. IS41, af the Allied exiled governments to London. Or Magnea pointed to develop ments among tinArab countries reaffinnation of Ireq's Independence, promised Independence tor Syria and Lebanon. Kgypt's glowing strength and Trans Jordan's new prominence through her opposition to the coup el Kashid Ah el ilailani in Iraq— as establishing the fact that Palestine can hardly remain unaffected. "The problem here is difficult iCONTINUKD ON PAOB ) iiiffftritiii^'CTill^vaf'^r^ffifr^' nasnoBWi I iS&iSiy* Sssviis'iiid^^ BB1BSSSSB ^:.j &i''S?c'^i^>^Q.'P B ?;---,wfrA


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PAGE TWO >JenisJh ncrktinn FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1941 Social Personals Clubs Organizations Mrs. J. EtiRior and daughters Molly and Ida will leave today for a vacation in Now York City. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Tod Kaufman left last week for a two week's vacation in HendersonviUe, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. N. Wroobel and son Morris returned this work aftor a two weeks' vacation In the north. • • • Private Charles Safer has returned to Camp Blending after spending several days visiting his family here. • • • Mrs M. Rippa, 1120 S. \V 19th avenue has as her guests, Mrs. N W. Blupstein and grandchild of New York City. • • • Private Bernie Serkin left for Camp Blanding Wednesday after spending several days with his family and friends, • • • Mr. and Mrs Morton Pagan and daughter, Sunshine left Tuesday for an eight week's visit to Chicago and the north • • • Edith and Margie Roberts have returned to the city after a th's vacation in Now Jersey and New York where they visited Friends and relatives. • • • Miss Helen Schiff returned after a two month's vacation in Now York. Her sudden return was due to the illness of her mother, Mrs. Jacob Schiff. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Young hav just returned from an extensive honeymoon trip through the north. While in Washington, D. C. they visited with Senator Pepp r of Florida. They are now iding at Mt. Royal Apartments.! Miami Beach. Max Silver a brief trip N. c\ has returned from to HendersonviUe, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandel are vacationing at the Norman Hotel. Miami Beach for a month. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett returned Tuesday after a two months' vacation in Chattanooga. Tenn. Returning with them were Mrs. Barnett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pave Pavlow of Chattanooga, who will spend several weeks vacationing on Miami Reach Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthai, accompanied by their son Gene and the doctor's mother, left Wednesday on a vacation trip to North Carolina. While there they will visit their daughter. Phyllis, who has been vacationing at Camp Burgis Glen on Cedar Mountain While in HendersonviUe they will meet Doctor Rosenthal's sisters. Mrs. Walter Loewith of Bridgeport. Conn.. and Mrs. H. Jacobs of New Haven, who will motor down for th family reunion From HendersonviUe they will travel to Georgetown, S. C. where they will spend some time with Mrs. Loewith's son. Ensign Marvin S. Loewith, who has been stationed there in command of the naval unit in that city. They will return to Miami about the middle of August. • • • Rousseau. Voltaire and Spinoza was the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson before the Spinoza Forum last Saturday afternoon. It was Dr. Wolfson's sixth lecture this summer. on the Life and Philosophy of Baruch Spinoza. Over fifty men and women attended the session.' Some very prominent out of town visitors attended the meeting and took part in the discussion which followed the lecture. Among them were Dr. George B. Lieberman, Rabbi from Wheeling. West Virginia; Dr. Newton Friedman, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Texas; Dr. Bertram Klausner. director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Indiana, and Mr. Sperling, well known scholar and social worker from Birmingham. Ala. Next Saturday afternoon. 3:3 o'clock, the Spinoza Forum will meet again on the lawn, at 11th St. between Collins Ave and Ocean Drive, Miami Peach. The topic of Dr. Wolfson's lecture will be "Why Spinoza's Magnificent Influence.'' treatment at one or more of 35 hospitals and sanatoria for the tuberculosis in scattered sections of the U S. The patients stay at the Home just as long as they need it. Every service they receive is entirely free. Peterson can be reached by phoning 4-4240 or through P. o Box 4473, Coral Gables, Fla. Mr! Peterson comes highly recommended by thousands of satisfied customers he has served in this area. DENVER TUBERCULAR HOME BUYS NEW BUS FOR INMATES The Ex-Patients' Tubercular Home of Denver has recently purchased a new Bus for the use of the patients who attend various schools in Denver as a part of the Home's program of vocational training for the convalescent young tubcrculars in its care. Regularly on schedule, right after breakfast the Bus takes the patients to the doors of their schools and returns them to the Home as soon as classes are out. Public Accounting. Art. Beauty Work. Barbering. Secretarial Work. Watch-making, Commercial Art, Millinery Design and Dressmaking—patients are training for future careers in these and other fields. They study and work without strain and under medical supervision. Previous to entrance for convalescence and rehabilitation, the patients now at the Ex-Patients' Tubercular Home received HEBREW SPEAKING GESTAPO LEADER GOES TO LITHUANIA Lisbon (W N S) — Lithuanian J< ws are very much perturbed over the arrival at the Lithuanian capital of Kaunas of Eichman, who is in charge of Jewish affairs at the Gestapo headquarters in Berlin. Eichman speaks a fluent He! brew, having been born in the German colony of Sarona in : Palestine. His knowledge of HeI brew appears, however, to have goaded, rather than deterred him i in the persecution of Jews. He is responsible for the arrest of i thousands of Jews in Germany 1 and for the merciless eviction of i Jews from Vienna and the Pro• tectorate to the Lublin district. | His coming to Lithuania is rej ported as for the purpose "of suppressing Jewish anti-Nazi aci tivities." SHELBY SALESBOOK FIRM ARE LEADERS IN THEIR FIELD The Shelby Salesbook Company known throughout the country as one of the outstanding leaders in its field has announced that F. A. Peterson, district manager for this area, has served their concern for over a quarter of a century in this location. Mr. Peterson carries a full line of printed forms and systems of every style and design for all businesses. He has a complete line of salesbooks. continuous forms, one-time carbon forms, lithographed forms, letterheads, envelopes, maniioid books, nonduplicate forms, checks, register forms, ledger forms, etc. Mr. J. D. C. OFFICIAL POINTS TO NEED OF EMIGRATION HELP New York (WNS)—The problem of emigration is paramount at present in the work of the Joint Distribution Committee, Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice-chairman of the European Executive Council of the J. D. C. declared upon his departure this week for Europe to resume his duties in connection with the war relief program of the organization. He has been in the United States since May 1st, conferring with American officers of the J. D. C. "The emigration of some thousands who have visas must be expedited, said Dr. Schwartz. The program in France, has taken on new significance as a result of the recent measures of the Vichy Government. With the use of our funds, close to 50,000 refugees in France are being maintained." PALM BEACH NOTES Joe M. Lesser is visiting relatives in Georgia. Sam Goldman has returned after an extended absence in the northern part of the state. Mrs. Fannie Ryder was hostess at the semi-monthly meeting of Sisterhood Beth El at her home on Florida avenue recently. Mrs. Ryder is president of the organization. B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 1146 held its regular meeting Monday night at Scher Hall. Routine business was transacted. otv available for your vacation SKY HIGH in the WHITE MOUNTAINS Pike, New Hinpihirl Enjoy the luxury and Uliurs designed lot a distinguished low. 5.500 acres ol wondrous forest boauly. four sparkling lakes; private golf course on the grounds! 90 mllss of riding and hiking trails; tennis, boating, baihing. fishing, all sports. Special performances by The Yankee Troupers—Previews ol Hollywood's Finest. Music Oinclnr, — fnlftilnnet A Mills Cuisine (Dietirr lift) A D / ii ir Vacation of Modiratt Rattt. Your ftoiti THE FAMILY JACOBS LAK *dMtf T0S N. Y. (illli-. (70 -.'Hi Are. Phone Circle (3410 %  %  "" %  *'.'' ( ?••-..;•.. :;*** ->s CameO THEATRE Washington Ave. at 15th MIAMI BEACH ENDS FRIDAY. 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FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1941 fJenisti fhridHam PAGE THREE < Ol *Z *v. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ HEADS LARGEST JEWISH BOYS' GROUP Home Camp When Home Camp officially opened on Monday, July 14 there was a registration of forts' children. At this writing, eighty have registered and more coming in daily. This shows the popularity that the Home Camp has gained throughout the Greater Miami area. Although the luncheon and beach featureshave been eliminated from this year's program, the attendance still is increasing daily. Under the able leadership ot Johnnie "Hoffman, who is head counsellor, and Miss Patricia Auerback, dramatic instructor, the children are having a great deal of wholesome recreation. Plans are now being formulated by the Home Camp for a gala public performance to be held some time in August. More deman, Mrs. Hacker, Mrs. Jack Cohen, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. J. G. Kobley, Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. | Benjamin Lavigne, Sidney Palmer and Maurice Grossman. "Y" To Have New Gymnasium Leo Ackerman, dynamic chairman of the house committee, has certainly gone into action. No \ sooner was Leo appointed chairman of the house committee, when he started a movement to have a new gymnasium. To quote Leo, "The only way to get it is to go out and do it." So, last Monday morning, the contractor started making alterations on the old Scout house. All the walls are being removed and one large room will be the result. We hope to have, thanks to Leo Ackerman and his committee, a very nice gymnasium where both men and women, old and young, will Philip M. Klutznick, of Omaha, who was elected president of the Supreme Advisory Councit of Aleph Zadik Aleph, governing body of the B'nai B*rith youth organization, to succeed Sam Bebcr. also of Omaha, AZA's founder, who retired from the presidency at the AZA convention after 18 years of service. tails will be given in a later isbe able to participate. Assisting sue. Mr. Ackerman on the house comSoldier's Hospitality Committee j mittee are the following: Men's Through the joint efforts of | division—Al Rosenfeld. co-chairthe Y. M., Y. W. H. A. and the! man; Al Reisman, Julius ^Wilson. National Council of Jewish Women, there was formed last Friday at a meeting held between these clubs, a committee for the purpose of providing home hospitality for Jewish soldier boys who will have occasion to be in this vicinity. As explained by Maurice Grossman, chairman of this committee, every week-end finds the "Y" visited by many Jewish soldier boys. Heretofore, the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. have taken ample care of these boys providing them with meals and sleeping quarters, but the problem became hard to handle by one organization. Mrs. Monte Selig, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, and Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, president of the Y. W. H. A., readily consented to cooperate and an organization Charles Blau. Julius Spector, Pete Silverman, Al Berkowitz, and Nat Brown. Women's division—Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein. Mrs. Al Reisman. Mrs. Essie Schaeffer, and Miss Irene Cohen. New Girl's Group Formed at Y A new division of girls between the ages of 16 and 19 has been formed by the executive director. Velma Abraham is temporary chairman and Rita Grossman is temporary secretary. Meetings are held every Thursday night. All girls between the above ages are asked to join this group. There will be a sponsor and a fine program is being arranged. Y. W. H. A. Forms New Bowling League Mrs. Albert G. Reisman. chairman of the Y. W. H. A. bowling committee, announces that the SHERWIN-WILLIAMS FIRM MOVED TO LARGER STORE CAPITOL LETTER Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital bv MAURICE WARNER was formed for the purpose of I y. W. H. A. Bowling League will obtained names of persons who commence next Tuesday, July 29 will entertain these soldiers on a t the Miami Recreation Alleys week-ends with a home cooked I a t 8:30 o'clock. All members of meal or with lodging over night. \ the Y. W. H. A. who are interThe Jewish holidays are fast i e sted in this project are requestapproaching and we want to see e( j to leave their names with Mr. Miami Beach branch of the Sherwin-Williams Paint Company under the management of Mr. Lawson has announced the removal of their store from 509 Collins avenue to 1680 Alton road, Miami Beach. The new location follows the expansion of the firm's eight years in the previous location. Mr. Lawson stated, "that due to the evergrowing friendliness and patronage shown to us by the people of Miami Beach, we are now equipped in our new location with larger quarters and added equipment. We have secured additional salesmen and extra phones to facilitate better service than ever before given to our customers. A complete line of competitive supplies are available, and in addition, we have a lending service of style guides containing 286 full size photos in color with each photo being two square feet in size. These were prepared by the leading stylists and decorators throughout the country." every Jewish soldier present in this area at that time to be provided for in a Jewish home, go to a synagogue or temple and stay over night. Grossman at the Y office. News 'Round Town Sammy Tendrich and his Deuces continue to lead the Y. M. H. A. in the Summer DuckIf any one of you readers wish pin League held every Thursto have a real mitzvah, please communicate with Mr. Grossman at the Y. M. H. A. office, or with Mrs. Selig at the Council office and say that you will be glad to entertain a soldier boy. Those present at the meeting Aces, Al Berkowitz last week were: Mrs. Mildred i Sentinels, Hal Levinson Rubenstein, Mrs. Ann Jacobs, Mrs. Leon Lieberman, Mrs. Benj. Bronston, Mrs. Maurice Grossday at the Recreation Alleys. Following are the standings: Team Captain W L Deuces. Sam Tendrich 11 4 Quints, Al Reisman 8 7 Zippers, Murry Streit 7 8 7 ti 8 9 Topnotchers, Abe Berkowitz 6 9 The high set rolled to date is a score of 350 held by Sam Tendt • nnnoununc REmounu to larger and better quarters SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 1680 Alton Road Miami Beach Phone 5-2648 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE LARGER QUARTERS EXTRA SALESMEN WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINTS REMEMBER OUR NEW LOCATION 1680 Alton Road, Miami Beach Phone 5-2648 rich and the High Game is 142 made by Jerry Goldsmith. Following are the averages of the first ten: Sam Tendrich. 104: Al Berkowitz, 103; Abe Berkowitz, 103; Jerry Goldsmith, 102; Al Reisman, 101; Sol Weinkle, 101; Murry Streit. 100; Hal Berkowitz, 99; Sam Seitlin, 98; Lou Spector, 97. Come out each Thursday, and cheer your favorite In the Good Old "Y" Days Just yesterday in watching Julie Spector and his wrecking crew tearing down most of the house in the rear of the gym room where Harry Gordon once resided, I was most fortunate in finding a most valuable piece of "Y" property. It's the Publicity Book and Records dating back to June 10. 1932, when the Hebrew Athletic Club held their first meeting. Among those first present were: Murry Grossman, our present president; Dr. I. Schwartz, Mr. I. Hirsch, Mr. Joseph Warren, Milton Friedman. Milton Winer, Max Levin, Robert Schweitzer, George Davis. Abe Winer. Sam Litwan. Albert G Reisman. Max Goldstein. Jack Atkins, M. Raff. Nat Blumberg, Dr. Louis Rosen, Alvin Grossman, Ralph Grossman. Max Reisman, Albert P. Reisman and Max Schemer. Mr. S. J. Schicnberg handled the publicity in conjunction with Dave Rosenthal. I received quite a thrill going through this publicity book, as I'm sure you all will when you read the Floridian in ensuing columns about how the organization started and who was who in its final culmination from the change of the H. A. C. to the present Y. M. H. A. Watch next wtek's columns. It is cheering news to all those who are interested in freedom of thought and of the press to learn from unquotable but reliable reports that efforts of the American Government to countract Nazi propaganda in Latin America are proving successful. That does not mean that the "free lunch" broadcasts and news reports sent from Berlin and Rome to Latin American papers are no longer being heard or printed. But it does mean that interpretations of world affairs from Washington are receiving a wider hearing south of the Rio Grande than hitherto and that the grandiose lies long disseminated by Dr. Joseph Goebbel's propaganda department are being counterbalanced by a representation of the democratic viewpoint. Just how extrordinary are the stories being sent to Latin-America by Berlin and Rome is illustrated by a report brought back to Washington by a nationallyknown radio commentator who. a few months ago, toured the northern states of South America. In Peru and Colombia, he relates, "the man in the street" told him in all sincerity that Germany had been forced to occupy Belgium and Holland in order to save them from conquest by Great Britain. That was the version given him by the Berlin radio, and, having no other news but that, he believed it. Chief credit for opening the eyes and ears of Latin-Americans to what is happening in the world belongs to the Committee for Economic and Cultural Relations, headed by Nelson A. Rockefeller, and the patriotically-minded press associations and movingpicture producers who have cooperated with it. Two of the major American wire services, at the instance of the Rockefeller committee and the State Department, recently have expanded their reporting personnel in Latin-America and also their staffs in Washington who produce a news report to be filed to LatinAmerican countries. ons and that the more vital aspects of their culture have been neglected entirely. Now that Hollywood is cooperating closely with the Rockefeller committee in eliminating films that may be distasteful to the Latin-Americans. Also, the movie producers are turning out a number of short educational films designed to show the cultural aspects of life in the United States. The Rockefeller committee is making a few itself. These should aid in disssipating the idea, too long held in LatinAmerican countries, that all North Americans are either gangsters, money-grabbing plutocrats or idlers. For some time the Rockefeller committee and the State Department have been toying with the idea of distributing a free news service to Latin-American newspapers to compete with the gratis news sent out from Berlin and Rome. The difficulty they encounter is that such a report would compete with those distributed by American news agencies on a fee basis. Several months ago plans were virtually completed for a Governmentsponsored news report. Now, it appears, the idea has been abandoned. Rather, the Rockefeller committee is trying to cooperate with established American news services. Careful analyses are made here each week of LatinAmerican press reaction to world politics, particularly those phases of it that affect the United States. While it can not De said that the influence of fascist propaganda south of the Rio Grande has been eliminated, it is, at least, being counterbalanced more and more by a presentation of the democratic point of view. REFUGEES BRING NEARLY BILLION DOLLARS TO U. S. New York —A sum ranging from three quarters ol a billion to a billion dollars has been brought into the United States by refugees from Europe. Movie producers, too, are conaccording to an estimate in the suiting closely with the Rockefeller committee before releasing films to the Latin-American issue of 'Financial current World." "In the absence of any absotrade. In times past, one oflutely accurate data, the paper ficial here pointed out. there has] declares, "we may hazard a guess been a tendency in Hollywood • and say that anywhere from to portray the Latin-Americans seven hundred and fifty million as people who spend all their, to one billion dollars of refugee time plucking banjos, singing and wealth has flowed to this counmaking love. This trend has I try since 1939." The article adds been extremely distasteful to the that "foreign nationals now in better-educated class of Latinthe United States are pretty Americans, particularly the Armuch of a representative crossgentinians, feel that they have section as far as placing thenbeen portrayed as romantic morfunds is concerned." NEW MODE 77 RANGES DO MORE COOKING WITH L.E1S E0J# P E O P LE SsE^j^piJP COMPAIVV Hollywood L A 11 d • I d Miami Bitch



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(, PAGE FOUR +Jenist fk^idtcifi FRIDAY. rULY 25. 1941 wJewisti flcriidiian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Hntervd as Sei-on.l CUM Matter July 4. i9M at the Post Office "f Miami. Florida, under the Act of March i. Vtti SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 SI 00 MIAMI. VOLUME 14 FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1941 NUMBER 30 LOOKING TO THE FUTURE Speaking at a convention of the New England Zionist region. Dr. Weizmann last week, made a statement of more than transient significance. Indeed, among all the speculation now proceeding on the peace plans, as they relate to the Jews, so titanic that i: would be absolutely necessary, for Palestine, if it is to absorb any great portion of them to be given fuil sovereignty. on a par with other independent states. There is no question but that the old modest plans of Zionist development will have to be radically speeded up. It is interesting to recall that in the last war, too, there was some talk of mass settlement of Palestine. There was talk ot transporting whole Jewish populations of some of the predominantly Jewish towns. The situation after the last war, however, was not so desperate as to make inevitable such a comprehensive program, and it seems to be a fact of human experience, that man will not take full measures, until he is absolutely driven to them. With Jewish life in Europe, however, today completely uprooted, the world and Jewry has no other recourse, but such mass uansplantation. The problem is a vast one, but the vastness may not prove altogether a handicap. There are certain benefits which accompany the mass application of any program. We note this, for example, in the economics effected by mass production in industry. The like is also true in mass settlement. Land can be bought cheaper when it is acquired on a larger scale. Irrigation and roads can be likewise facilitated. The problem is one to tax Jewry's resources to the fullest, but one which from many aspects, we can afford to view with some optimism, despite all the handicaps. FUTURE OF PALESTINE FOB CLOSE OFTHE WAR (CONTINUED FROM PAO£ 1) and complicated, as the past twenty years have shown," he continued, "but that is all the more reason for British. Arabs and Jews to consider things together now. not necessarily with a view of solving the Palestine question by fiat or proclamation quickly and in toto, but rather for the purpose of canvassing the field and of bringing together some of the best minds among the three peoples for a discussion preparatory to work. Without an understanding between these three factors the situation here will continue to be intolerable and fraught with danger." Dr. Magnes recalled the agreement between the late King Feisal of Iraq. Felix Frankfurter and Dr. Chaim Weizmann dated January. 1919, when a formula of an Arab-Jewish racial collaboration was foreseen. "The agreement could not be implemented," said Dr. Magnes, but its sound and sane spirit ought to be recaptured now despite all that has happened in the intervening years. The keys are in the hands of the British government. If a beginning is made cautiously and methodically now there may be some hope for the future. A beginning at cooperation can hardly come from any other quarter. "Mr. Eden's declaration concerning an Arab union, together with a proclamation of Syrian independence, furnishes a new starting point. If the Palestine problem remains solely Palestine's concern it remains almost hopeless. But if it takes place within the framework of a larger union or federation, as it is loosely called, it assumes a more hopeful aspect. "Within a union or federation the Palestine problem is lifted to another plane in at least two ways: First, Arab fear of domination by a Jewish national home is mitigated by reason of the political security which the wider and more powerful background of an Arab union affords, and, second, Jewish yearning for opportunities to settle refugees from persecution could be met more generously. Jewish-Arab cooperation would thus be helping to establish an equilibrium in Palestine and helping to establish and strengthen an Arab union. At difficult periods and in many lands Jews and Arabs have achieved a high civilization together. They are the living descendants of that ancient Semitic world whose impact upon mankind's spirit has been so fateful. Why should they work and be creative together again?" Admitting that the problems involved were of great intricacy, since union or federation presented political, economic, military, nationalistic and religious issues requiring much study for their clarification, besides statesmanship and large means to resolve them. Dr. Magnes urged that a bi-national Palestine as an autonomous unit within a larger union, was the direction in which thinking should be done. Now that this larger framework is more than ready for discussion there may be a chance to approach the Palestine question as one of its factors with some degree of success. Dr. Magnes urged that a better way would be for Jewish and Arab leaders to combine in making joint proposals to the British government, but there are no signs that these leaders are ready to take advantage of this historic moment to devote themselves to planning constructively a happier future. MONSKY IS NAMED AS MEMBER OF DEFENSE Washington. D. C—President Roosevelt has named Henry Monsky. of Omaha, president of B'nai B'rith. to the membership of the National Volunteer Participation committee, which will act as an advisory and planning body in the organization of the Office of Civilian Defense, headed by Mayor LaGuardid. The members represent not only regions but "interests of the Henry Monsky nation" to assist Mayor LaGuardia in carrying out the Civilian Defense Program. Among others appointed were Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg. Regional Director of Region 2 Social Security Board, New York City; former Ambassador William Bullitt. Judge John P. Devaney. Mrs, John Boettiger. Homer P. Rainey, president of the University of Texas and Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. B'nai B'rith has engaged in numerous national defense activities in cooperation with the government and other national organizations. NAZIS ORDER SOME JEWS FROM WARSAW GHETTO Geneva (WNS)—Apprehensive of the outbreaks of epidemics, by the excessive overcrowding, the Nazi administration in Warsaw directed a number of Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto to return to their former homes, outside the Ghetto, according to the Gazetta Zydowska. More than 400,000 Jews are packed within the narrow confines of the Ghetto walls with large numbers of families happyeven if they can obtain quarters in cellars which never see a ray of sunshine. The mortality from disease has greatly increased as a result. The same paper reports that the Jewish leaders in the Lodz ghetto, unable to cope with the mounting toll of disease, have appealed to the Jewish community of Warsaw that some of their physicians tie sent to Lodz, where the number of physicians is inadequate to cope with the need. WILLIAM SHAYNE REPORTS FOR USO SPECIAL EVENTS William Shayne. chairman of special events of the United Service Organization in this area has reported that more than S525 has been turned over to Ernie Seiler. volunteer chairman of the USO drive, derived from the affair held at the Civic Center last week. Mr. Shayne wished to thank everyone that assisted in this event and has announced that plans are now being made for several other affairs, proceeds of which will help make the campaign a success. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential -By PHTNEAS J. BIRONPREDICTION DEPARTMENT Sources that usually prove accurate inform us that the British and Free French occupation of Syria foreshadows an important pronouncement by the British Government with regard to the Jewish homeland in Palestine That is one of the reasons why Dr. Weizmann has rushed back to England Incidentally, he flew as a guest of the American Government, on a military plane bound directly for England The same sources forecast that the next island to be taken over by Uncle Sam as a base, and as a preventative measure against Hitler occupation, is the island of Martinique, in the West Indies That anti-Petain and anti-Darlan sentiment in the French navy has risen to such a point that one of these days the fleet will steam away and join the British naval forces That Hitler is going to unloose the most aggressive peace offensive yet launched, promising to call off the war with Britain if he'll be permitted to deal with the Soviets as he pleases And that when this fails he'll break off diplomatic relations with the U. S. and intensify the submarine warfare against all shipping, including Amerisa's WAR ECHOES Ed Sullivan says that while there's a possibility that the Russians may not beat the Nazis, the Reds will surely worry the Brownshirts to death ... It seems that Goebbels' hair is growing white with the strain of trying to deny the bombardment of rumors let loose all over "Europe by the expert Red propagandists concerning internal strife among the Nazi leaders It seems that our aood friend Friedrich Wolf, author of "Professor Mamlock" and "Sailors of Cattaro," got out of that French concentration camp and reacched Moscow just in time to do some most effective work in German-language broadcasts to the German soldiers on the Russian front ... As a result of one of his broadcasts, it is said, several battalions of the invading Nazi army, instead of shooting it out, surrendered en masse The rumors that Constantin Oumansky, Soviet Ambassador at Washington, is soon to be replaced are unfounded But there is talk of an important Soviet diplomatic delegation coming to this country Catholic laymen and clerics are far from united on the Russo-German war Important Catholic organizations aot a bad case of the jitters as a result of Bishop Joseph Hurley's recent blast against those who try to picture Hitler's attack on Stalin as a "holy war" which all religious people should support Just as happened during the Spanish civil war, certain Catholic quarters will shortly bring terrific pressure to bear on those who proclaim that Russia's fight is an integral part of democracy's struggle against Fascism Some rabbis have already been approached with warnings to softpedal any utterances they might have in mind favoring a Russian victory over Hitler's hordes REFUGEE REPORT Orchids to Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, chairman of the Joint Boycott Council of the American Jewish Congress, for exposing the food-package-to-Nazi-occupied-Poland racket This was one of the most disgraceful modes of exploiting the plight of refugees for private gam And a huge corsage to Helena Rubenstein, beauty dispenser to American womanhood, who has been very kind to many refugees Whenever she gets a chance she places them in jobs in her cosmetics factory "No discrimination" is her motto Indeed, not so long ago the wife of Josef Beck, last Foreign Minister of pre-war Poland, worked in one of the Rubenstein plants, side by side with Polish Jewish refugees QUESTION COLUMN We join Walter Winchell in this question: How come that General Van Horn Moseley and Col. Edward Sanctuary. America's Number One and Two anti-Semites and Fascists, haven't been politely requested to turn in their Army commissions? Do those German-American Bundists who have been using their American citizenship as a shield behind which they engage in active attacks on American democracy know that your Uncle Sam is preparing to revoke their citizenship and to send them back to the baliwick of their chosen Fuehrer? What is behind Hollywood's failure to produce effective screen propaganda to gain the good will of the Latin-American nations? The film capital has made some of the most telling anti-Nazi pictures but when it comes to winning over our neighbors to the South. Hollywood has fallen down on the job The reelage California has been exporting to Latin-America has been of such a nature that Nazi fifth columners there have been having an easy time persuading the native movie fans that the American motion picture industry, instead of boosting the qualities of Latin-America, is deliberately insulting the entire Southern continent EPITAPH No newspaper reported it, but last week Charles Jaffe. one of America s greatest chess masters, died in a cheap furnished room in New York's East Side ... He died alone, and those who found his body report that there wasn't a single cent in his ^n J .' \_ s ? a few chess enthusiasts were hurriedly called together, and drummed up the necessary funds for his uX a V P ssess ed not only a most creative chess mind, but had a most charming and modest personality ... For years he lived on the verge of starvation, because when he did have a job on he never asked for more money than he needed for the moment ... ABOUT PEOPLE Is there significance in the coincidence that Hitler. Churchill, General Gamelin and Anthony Eden all fancy themselves as befter-than-average painters? When Goebbels wants to (CONTINUEO ON PAOE 5) h. ... &£K8KHiHMfl



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t FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1941 +Jewistfk>rldBatn PAGE FIVE _— J K' I BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5132a MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4.0406 2283 S. W. 21 at Terrace Daily Synagogue Services Shachriss, daily at 8 a. m.; Saturdey at 8:30 a. m. Junior Congregation at 9 a. m. Saturday. Mincha, daily at 6:45 p. m. Maariv, daily at 7:30 p. m.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 7 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Religious School Cantor Maurice Mamches, having returned from his vacation, is teaching all Hebrew school classes during the absence of Miss Sonia Shpall. Classes are held between the hours of 9 a. m. and 12:30. New children can be registered any week day morning. Unveiling The unveilng of the stone in memory of Miss Gertrude Silver will take place Sunday at 3 p. m. at Woodlawn Park Cemetery. The traditional "nine days" begins this Friday, July 26 and ends with the fast of Tisah B'Av beginning Saturday at sundown, August 2 and ending at sunset, Sunday, August 3. The nine days are observed in sadness ending with the fast in memory of the destruction of the temple at Jerusalem. Special services will be held evening and morning of Tisha B'Av. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "News from Palestine." MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi's Realdence: 1023 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 8. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a. m. Second Minyon 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service. ...-9:00 a. m. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON rJjGUST BROS. RfcJr IS the BEST' Talmud Torah Classes Our Hebrew school continues daily Monday through Friday 9 a. m. to 12 non at the Talmud. Torah building. 1545 S. W. 3rd St., which has recently been decorated and renovated. With the new curriculum and under the tutorship of Cantor Joseph Malek. results in our Talmud Torah classes have been most gratifying. Choir singing is also a part of the new curriculum. In these troubled times more than ever before we can not demote from our spirituality but must strive still harder to further our religious heritage, so we urge parents to avail themselves of this opportunity by registering their children in our Talmud Toroh classes immediately. Important Meeting Mrs. Ida Buckstein. president of the Ladies Auxiliary, has just returned from her vacation and wishes to greet all old and new members of the organization on Tuesday, July 29 at 2 p. m. at a regular meeting which will be held at the new synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. Sabbath Services We urge all members and friends of our congregation to be with us for Sabbath services this Saturday at 9 a. m.. when there will be congregational singing. THB ROSEDAIDB INN 709 Fifth Avenue Weft Phone 9137 HENDERSONVTLLE, NORTH CAROLINA Excellent KOSHER Meals Located in Western North Carolina's Beautiful "Land of the Sky." Every day delightfully cooL (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 4) please his Fuehrer he refers to Churchill as "that arrogant canvas-smearer" ... In Manhattan's East Side there's a move on to erect a statue to the memory of the late Congressman Michael M. Edelstein, who died in the House of heart failure after an antiSemitic tirade by Representative Rankin Edward Lasker, son of the advertising tycoon Albert Lasker, is now a special assistant to Navy Secretary Knox Roger Wolfe Kahn, whoso exploits as a jazz band leader and aviation enthusiast have frequently landed him on the front page, .has donated his private planes for army use at Roosevelt Field, L. I. Brigadier-General Julius Ochs Adler, who has just been promoted from a Colonelcy, now is one of the highest ranking Jews in the American Army Alice Hughes, nationally known fashion columnist, who. notwithstanding her Anglo-Saxon moniker, would have to wear a yellow badge if she lived in Germany, is slated for an important position in this country's national defense program Among the more successful U. S. good will ambassadors in La tin-America is Boston's Lincoln Kirstein, whose American Ballet is making a tremendous hit down there Greetings to our colleague. Josh Levy, who, beginning with the September issue, will be the Broadway reporter for the B'nai B'rith's National Jewish Monthly .. The page will be called "Montage." and promises to be very lively Fritz Kreisler's recovery from his accident of last Spring is making good progress ... He is now able to play the piano, as a preliminary to getting his fingers in shape for the resumption of his fiddling Leslie Howard, whose expert Iovemaking on the screen still sets flapper hearts a-flutter, will become a grandfather before autumn comes CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SMAKIKO, rUDDI 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2176 Permanent Calendar 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. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. O. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1266 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaQorce Drive Ph. 6-1738 Miami Beach Mrs. Louis Margulits RtportiHp for Belli DtvU (\MW'<.


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PAGE SIX Jmistf/crictiajn FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1341 ITALIAN PAPER IN WARNING AGAINST RELAXING OF LAI Rome (W N S>—A warning against any relaxation of the rigid anti-Jewish laws in Italy was sounded here by the violently anti-Semitic organ, II Tevere, The article is believed to be inspired from fascist party sources and is designed to head off forces which are pressing for some amelioration of the laws. "The reason why the Jewish question has never been solved in the past," the paper writes, "is because there has invariably appeared a reef in the racial laws to which shipwrecked Jews have clung tenaciously until saved. The trouble with the racial laws lies in the fact that they always allow for exceptions in their enforcement. Theso exceptions have in turn become as much a part of the law as the anti-Semitic nu-iisures themselves. That lias been the case for centuries. It is because of these failures of the racial laws in the past, that we have the war today." The modifications of the racial laws that have been proposed are of a very mild sort. It is believed that they concern the exemption of the offspring of intermarriage from the laws' seventy. The Vatican has been pressing persistently for ;i modification along these lines. ARAB LEADERS CONFER ON CREATION OF FEDERATION Cairo (W N S)—Leaders from Arab lands, it is reported, are conferring here on plans for the establishment of a Pan-Arab federation, to include Palestine and Trans-Jordan within its scope. Two plans have been brought forward according to the report. The first, proposed by Syrian Arab leaders, provides for the separation of religion from the state, in order to win Jewish interest for the project. The PanI Arab Federation under this plan j would be composed of Syria. | Lebanon. Palestine and Transj Jordan with Damascus as the capital. The second plan emanating from Iraq leaders, provides for the inclusion of Iraq in the Federation with Baghdad as the capital. Nuri Said. Iraq minister to Cairo, is reported to be strongly in favor of the second proposal. MORE THAN HALF MILLION POLES INTERNED IN RUSSIA FRENCH JEWS. UNEMPLOYED. BADLY IN NEED OF CHARITY Vichy (W N S)—Almost all French Jews are today unemployed. This was revealed in a report to a Jewish organization here. The new anti-Jewish laws barring Jews largely from commerce and excluding them from almost all of the professions is working havoc among them. The offices of Jewish relief institutions are thronged with people appealing for aid, but the organizations with so few Jews earning a livelihood necessarily have lean means to meet the increased burden. The only hope of Paris Jewry lies in aid that may come from Jewish organizations abroad, the report says. London (WNS)—According to estimates of the Polish government, some 600.000 Poles. Jews and Ukranians were interned in Russia. Of that number, approximately 200.000 were prisoners of war. During the occupation of F.astern Poland, the Soviets annexed 250.000 Polish citizens of whom 50.00 wen.' released, chiefly those born in the Soviet occupied Poland. Civilians deported from the Vilna and Volhynis areas were said to have been better treated than those from Central I Poland. The majority were ex| iled to Kazan. Kazakstan and Siberia. BAN FRENCH JEWS PROM JURY BOXES FOR FIRST TIE Vichy (WNS)—The law against Jews serving as jurors was applied for the first time in the French courts today. The names of two jurors aroused the suspicions of the presiding judge of the Court of having its first sitting for the year. Querying the jurors, they admitted their Jewish origins and were immediately ordered out of the jury bex. The Croix de Peuple. organ of the anti-Semitic Jaques Doriot, in an article demands more stringent measures against Jewish physicians. The article asserts that 2.000 of the 6.000 doctors in the Seine district in which Paris is located, are Jews. "Twenty-two per cent of the whole French medical corps are Jews, the anti-Semitic newspaper writes, "and ninety of the doctors, naturalized between 1920 and 1940 are Jews. The Jews are even protected by certain iberal circles from among whom they obtain the signatures for petitions in their favor." The article calls for a decree limiting Jewish doctors to two percent, modeled after the law against Jewish lawyers. "The Jewish question dominates all problems of the hour," the paper concludes. BANS JEWISH ORDERS; PROPERTY IS CONFISCATED The seventh anniversary of the death of Chaim Bialik was observed in London recently. London (WNS)—The doom of all Jewish organizational and social life of Hungarian Jewryis sealed by new decrees of the pro-Nazi government of Budapest. New laws, just announced, require the dissolution of all Jewish organizations, political, economic and even social. The Jewish sports clubs and charitable organizations must go out of existence. The buildings and other property of the Jewish organizations are to be confiscated by the government. The new anti-Jewish decrees also make void all contracts or agreements between Jews and non-Jews. For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal 4 5 Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation LMIfrE FGIIBLUL •Si OF MIAMI NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over SG, 100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President JEWISH REFUGEES GET AID DURING STOP OFF IN JAPAN London (WNS)—About half of a total of 2181 Polish refugees who took temporary refuge in Japan, have left for a more permanent destination. This was reported here by Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart, Jewish member of the Polish National Council. Some went to the United States, others to Canada, the Central American republics, Palestine and Australia. Efforts are being made by Dr. Schwartzbart to obtain visas for the Jews still remaining in Japan. Dr. Schwartzbart has also been in communication with the Jewish community in Kobe as well as that of the countries to which the refugees have gone, with the view of providing for them at their first coming. CENSUS MAKES EVERYONE ANSWER AS TO JEWISHNESS Vichy (WNS)—In a census to b e conducted next month throughout unoccupied France, every Frenchman will have to answer two questions with Jewish significance One is: "Are you of Jewish race" The second is: "Are you French of Jewish race." AGUDAS ISRAEL IS PICKETED M IL New York (WNS)—Pickets of the Joint Boycott Council paced in front of the Orthodox Agudas Israel offices here for the rerasal of the latter organization to cease sending private food packages to relatives in Germany and German-held territories. A letter was sent last week by the Joint Boycott Council to the Agudas Israel warning them that they would be picketed if they did not discontinue the practice. The Agudas Israel in a statement says that the Boycott Council refused to arbitrate the matter. "We shall, therefore, take the necessary steps to compel the Council to prove that the Agudas Israel is helping "to feed the Nazis." by sending food parcels to relatives of American J -ws. "The sending of such pare Is, it went on to say. is approved by leading Jewish religious authorities in America." RETURNS TO CITY Miss Mildred Berkowitz recently returned to the city after a five week's vacation visiting with friends and relatives in New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic City. REMOVAL OF UAHC OFFICES OHIO TO WASHINGTON, D. C. Cincinnati (WNS)—The Union of American Hebrew Congregations may move its headquarters from Cincinnati to Washington, it is reported here. Chief among those urging the transfer are Rabbi Edward L. Israel, new secretary of the organization. It is urged in favor of the move that the location at Washington "would facilitate cooperation with inter-faith groups and other organizations actively dedicated to the cause of democracy." Washington, the capital, offers other advantageous contacts for the organization, it was said. JEWISH SCHOLARS ELECTED HEAD HOPOEL HAMIZRACHI New York (WNS)—The eighteenth annual convention of the Hapoel Hamizrachi of America which closed its sessions at the organization's Camp Hachsaara elected Dr. Simon Fede'rbush, well known Jewish scholar and writer, as its president. Dr. Federbush, former Chief Rabbi of Finland, was one of the founders of the Torah v'Avodah movement, of which the Hapoel Hamizrachi is an ouigrowth. HERZL, BIALIK MEMORIAL SERVICES HELD IN PALESTINE Jerusalem (WNS)—The 37th anniversary of the death of Theodore Herzl, father of political Zionism, and the 7th anniversary of the death of Chaim Nacham Bialik, Hebrew poet, were marked with memorial services throughout Palestine. New York (WNS)—More than 150 refugee rabbis have been placed throughout the United States by the National Committee on Refugee Service, according to a statement by Albert Abrahamson, executive director of the NRS. Mostly the rabbis have gone to small communities, where there had never been a rabbi before—places too rural and too small to interest American-trained-men. I'LL TUNE OUT THE •ALKASELTZER ANNOUNCEMENT 1 E>on£-THAT5 THE MOST] IMPORTANT THING YOUU HEAR TONIGHT! M HXIONS suffer lest from Headache, Add Indigestion, Distress of Colds "MorningAfter" and Muscular Fatigue because they have heard—and believed—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Settzer Is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the broadcasts. The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and to us, are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us. 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FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1941 +Jewistncrklian PAGE SEVEN f* T ARMY SAYS PAPER London (WNS)—Conflicting reactions met the publication of a story in the London Daily Sketch this week which said that the British Government had turned down the proposal for the creation of a Jewish army in Palestine. "Tne British Government," the Daily Sketch wrote, "declined to form a Jewish national army for which leading Jewish interests are pressing. The Government gav< ;*s its grounds that it cannot allow sectional religious interests in the army. The War Office is of the opinion that Zionists should join the ordinary British regiments. The Jews warn a Jewish army largely for work in Palestine in order to give them a bigger stake in the country after the war." The Executive of the Jewish Agency declined to comment on the report in the Daily Sketch. The New Zionist Organization. however, challenged the report. "It is not true to say that the British Government declined to form a Jewish army. The government is. however, continually offering objections," the New Zionist Organization said. Y.WJLA. FIRST AID CLASSES UNDER SIDNEY HOLLANDER Under the supervision and instruction of Sidney Hollander, the Y. W. H. A. has inaugurated a first-aid class at the Y clubrooms, 1567 S. W. 5th St., under the sponsorship of the American Red Cross. Classes are open to all men and women, members and their friends. Cognizant of the increasing demand compelling the urgency of first-aid instruction and knowledge, the Young Women's Hebrew Association felt it obligatory to start first-aid instruction and will hold classes every Thursday evening. When completed, the training will give the individual the knowledge of doing the proper thing at the proper time and of knowing how to care for minor injuries without delay. NAZIS INSPIRE NEW ANTIJEWISH BELGIAN SOCIETY CIVILIAN JEWS SUFFERED NO CASUALTIES IN WAR .salem (WNS)—The civilian Syrian Jews suffered no casualties during the war just ended within their borders, it was disclosed, when contact between Palestine and Syria returned to normal. Jewish refugees from Poland whe were given temporary refuge m Cyprus will soon proceed to Rhodesia, it was announced hen The group consists of several hundred people, including a nurr.cer of journalists. Vichy (W N S)—Inspired by Nazi influences, a new anti-Semitic organization called ""National anti-Jewish Center" has been launched in Brussels, according to the Belgian press reaching Vichy. The new organization announces that it will "study the influence exercised by Jews over Belgian cultural, social and economic life and will recommend measures for the elimination of this influence." NAZIS STOP DEPARTURE OF EMIGRANTS FROM BELGIUM Lisbon (WNS)—Jews in Belgium are not being allowed to leave the country. The Nazi authorities are denying exit visas to would-be emigrants, who are holders of visas to overseas lands, it was reported today. Among these are a number who were ready to leave for the United States. According to word reaching here from Vichy, the Chief Rabbi of the Sephardic Jewish community in Paris, Dr. Nissim Ovadia, is among the Jews whose naturalization has been revoked by the French authorities. UIHHE UP nmERIIH! By WES K. FREIHERD in cooperation with The Hour and News Research Service An Expose of Un-American Activities in the United States. POLISH PREMIERE CONSULTS LONDON JEWISH DELEGATES Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST & LARGEST, All-Year Hotel THE RIVIERA Near Daytona Beach. Heal Convention or Conference HeadquarUri. Capacity ttkX. The only Hotel Bar open all year betweea Jacksonville & Palm Beach. Radio and Fan In Brery Room. Golf Links. Artesian Swimming Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Badminton, Ping Pong, Croquet, Horseshoe and Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Convention Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacious 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 ars Superb. Write for Special Summer Rales, April to December. Hotel Riviera, Box 120. Daytona Beach, Fla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. German Bishops Brand Coughlin "Liar" In his eagerness to support the Nazi claim that the invasion of Russia is a Holy Crusade, Charles E. Coughlin rushed into print with an article in the July 7 issue of Social Justice describing the German Church*s absolute endorsement of the Third Reich and its war efforts. The Royal Oak liar enthusiastically stated that German Bishops are "now united in their approval and support of Germany's war on Russia." and he added: "The fact is that the German Catholic bishops are unanimous in their statement that Germany's war on Russia is a battle for Christianity." Lest there be any doubt in the minds of his readers about Nazi qualifications to conduct a religious war. Father Coughlin carefully listed the "Christian" aspects of Der Fuehrer's regime: "Hitler has been opposed to the international godless Jews from the beginning. And from the beginning of this conflict, the international godless Jew has dominated Soviet Russia, Britain and the United States. It is true that Hitler has persecuted Jews and Christians. Yet he has killed none; he has not banned religion. Aside from the military aspects involved in the Russo-Gcrman war, Hitler has won a great victory in the minds of Christians throughout the world." German Bishops Disagree With Coughlin On the very day that this issue of Social Justice appeared on the streets, the press throughout the country featured an Associated Press dispatch, which the New York Times Headlined: "Catholic Bishops in Germany Assail Nazis for Church Policy in First Protest Since War." The AP story reported that the Bishops of Greater Germany had appealed to Catholics to stand fast in their faith at a time when "existence or non-existence of Christianity" in Germany was at stake. A pastoral letter written by the German Bishops pointed out that the policies of the Third Reich constituted a grave menace to the Church, and that Nazi idelogists were offering the German people a specious choice between "Christ and the Fatherland." Bishop Hurley on Nazis Further evidence of the attitude of the Catholic clergy toward the "Christian" aims of Nazi Germany came in the United States in a speech delivered by Bishop Joseph B. Hurley of the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine, Florida. In his address, "Papal Pronouncements and American Foreign Policy," which was broadcast over the Columbia network. Bishop Hudley ridiculed the idea that Hitler's attack upon the Soviet Union represented a "holy crusade against Communism" The Bishop declared that the Nazis remain the No. 1 enemy of America. In this connection, it is worth recalling an address delivered by Bishop Hurley on April 30th at the Florida State Convention of the National Council of Catholic Women. At that time the Bishop stated: "Communism is still our enemy. But I am also convinced that, in point of urgency if not in point of teaching. Communism has now ceded its primacy to National Socialism. "... today, the first enemy of our humanity—killer of our priests, despoiler of our temples, London (W N S)—The Polish Premiere, General Sikorski, received a delegation of the Board of Deputies of British Jews and discussed with them questions affecting Polish-Jewish relations. Polish matters were touched off from another angle also this week when the Council of Polish Jews in Britain protested against Polish broadcasts over the British Broadcasting Corporation station. It was charged that many of the broadcasts had an anti-Jewish bias, and that the broadcaster, in reporting the liberal views of General Sikorski recently expressed, deleted all of the Premier's references to the Jews. TAKEN IHK London (WNS)—More than 1,000 Jewish soldiers who were taken prisoners by the Nazis on the Greek front face the threat of wholesale death by the firing squad, it was reported here The Nazi plan to shoot the entire group of Jewish soldiers is held in check only by fear that Britain will as a reprisal, execute the same number of German prisoners of war The Nazis contend as justification for their plan that the Jewish soldiers who fought under Palestine's colors were really not Palestinians, but Polish, Czech, Lithuanian Jews and that since the countries of their origin are now Nazi territory, the Jewish soldiers may be regarded not as soldiers, but as rebels. Furthermore, they contend, that there is no such independent community as Palestine and that Palestine close relatives behind in certain is also not a British province, "unfriendly countries" and terj hence no justification exists at ritories occupied by them would all for their participation in the ITALIAN JEWS ARE WORRIED OF U. S. IMMIGRATION RULES Rome (WNS)—The new U. S. regulations with respect to the admission of refugees is working great harm on Jewish refugees in Italy as well as on Italian Jews who had hoped to escape from Italy. The decision of the United States government, that the admission of immigrants who left constitute a peril to American interests because of possible intimidations, has brought with it fighting. Some efforts arc being made to have the International Red Cross a great many disillusionments to intervene in their behalf, but and personal catastrophies among the fate that awaits the Jewish refugees and native Jews, Actually, it is said that the intimi soldiers will be tragic, even if spared death by the firing squad, dation of relatives of emigrants j They are being short rationed and has not been practiced in Italy otherwise not treated on the same and there is little likelihood of level as other prisoners of war. such a practice being inaugurated i in this country. the foe of all we love both as Americans and as Cathol'cs—is the Nazi." Coughlin—Goebbels Crusade It is apparent that when "Father" Coughlin defends the Nazi war on the Soviets as a Holy Crusade, he is not speaking for the Church. He is merely echoing the propaganda blasts of Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels. BULGARIA WOULD TAKE FIFTH OF JEWISH WEALTH London (W N S)—Bulgarian Jews must turn over to the government twenty percent of any wealth belonging to them. A decree to that effect has just been put into effect. The government authorities said that they anticipated the measure would yield them approximately $15.000,000. FOR A PLEASANT SUMMER VACATION COME TO DUNCRAGGAN INN Third Avenue West—On Too oi a Mountain HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Horse Back Riding, Swimming. Golfing, Tennis Owned And Operated By ADELINE LITTMAN and JENNIE SEIDEN HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS Every outdoor port and recreation caMi you to Hot Spring* for o grand vocation? 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PAGE EIGHT Jenislfkrrc/*rjr) FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1941 1 he ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH Thic column, a regular feature, aims to familiarise the Jewish public with various fhases of the problems which concern ADL. As fart of its service, readers are mi-ited to address questions on current Jetvish problems to the writer at 81" Seybold Building, Miami. Replies will be made either in this column or in direct correspondence. Often individuals hear loose charges made about the Jewish group or ha-.e non-Jewish fi lends who harbor conceptions which they cannot clarify because of inadequate information. Inquiries of this kind are especially welcome. '1 he name of the questioner will be held in the st-iciest confidence il he so desires. Nazi Technique An interesting oceurence this week in Orlando, Florida, shed additional light upon the techniques being employed by the Nazi government in this country to undermine the thinking of American youth. Mrs. Frieda Ollenberg. a woman of German birth and the mother of two sons, born in this country and citizens of the United States, wrote a letter to the Orlando Morning Sentinel in which she told that her sons had been recruited by German agents to serve as soldiers in the Nazi army. The letter said in part: "I would be grateful to you if you would warn the people of Florida of just what is happening here in Florida so that they will wake up The Germans in Florida and all over the United States of America are being approached by many Nazi agents who tell them that their duty to the Fatherland comes first I do hope this letter will stop other Americans from joining or listening to these Nazi agents as my two foolish sons have done. I am enclosing an Iron Cross I received from the Imperial German Government which I received for the death of my husband in the first World War. This cross stands for everything that is wicked, false, murderous and against the teachings of Christianity. Display this in your newspaper so most of the Germans here may know how we feel in the United States of America, even though they enjoy the freedom of this grand country." A sad comentary upon the axis invasion of this country which already is under way! German-American Fatherland For the past several years the A. D. L. has been engaged in the distribution of literature exposing the machinations of these un-American propagandists. As far back as 1934 we indicated the inroads which Nazi propaganda had been making into our schools and public libraries. Several weeks ago the local press reported the existence of Nazi propaganda in two of the libraries in our own community. One of these was the book "Unser Amerika," written by a notorious Nazi agent, Colin Ross. The scheme of this book, which achieved quite a circulation, particularly since one of the volumes was on the shelves of a Miami educational institution, is briefly contained in the following quotation: "The German living abroad is either National Socialist or nothing. It is your duty to remain in your host land a granite block of Germandom." And again, "Unser Amerika means creating an America which is truly a German American's fatherland. The first few thousand and at least the hundreds of thousands of Germans who year after year cross the Atlantic, give us Germans the right to say Our America.'" To The Youth In 1937, in an article written in Stuttgart and reprinted for wide circulation in this country, the Nazi propagandists addressed themselves particularly to the German youth in the United States, saying: "The program of the young German Americans, no matter to which organizations or clubs they belong, is to bring the Germans in the United States back to the great community of blood and fate of all Germans. To this end the spiritual regeneration of the Germans after the model of the Homeland is necessary." Such must have been the type of propaganda which infuenced these two Orlando boys and made them ready prey for the recruiting officers of the German Reich. Perhaps this incident will call attention to the seriousness of a problem which still is being taken too lightly by the majority of the American people. • • e S A. D. L. Handbook Representatives in the ADL Council this week were the recipients of the ADL Handbook, containing such basic information about the Greater Miami Jewish organizations as the names of their officers, date of election, size of membership, time and place of meeting, date of founding, purpose, etc. In addition, the Handbook includes a graphic presentation of the activities of the Anti-Defamation League. Although modest in size and scope, the 36-page booklet has special importance because it is the first publication of its kind to be issued in Greater Miami. D. J. Apte, chairman of the Florida Regional Office of the ADL. in a letter accompanying the Handbook, states in part: "This Handbook is for your confidential information as a representative of an organization cooperating in our work and is not intended for general circulation. We hope that the information it contains will facilitate your interorganizational contacts, as well as acquaint you further with the program of the Anti-Defamation League." Special mention should be made of the cooperation rendered by the Jewish Floridian in the preparation and publication of the ADL Handbook. Mr. Fred Shochet contributed in a very material way to its issuance. eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITHE INN OPEN ALL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. I St NECESSARY TO USE IN GAS COOKING •Homemakers who prepare food on gas ranges will suffer no inconvenience by turning in one or more of their used aluminum utensils to the office of civilian defense, in cooperation with, the nationwide collection which started officially July 21," C. D. Littlefield. general manager of the Peoples Water and Gas Company, Miami Beach, declared today. "This is because any kind of cooking utensil can be used on a gas range, whereas this is unfortunately not the case with certain other types of ranges which call for the use of special types and shapes of aluminum ware. "All who cook with gas can easily contribute one or more used aluminum pots and pans for national defense. Remember that all types and shapes of cooking utensils can be used with gas ranges: you aren't limited to the use of aluminum containers. That's an important point right now to keep in mind in purchasing a new range." More than half of America's housewives use gas ranges and are accustomed to cooking with a variety of wares, Mr. Littlefield explained. These include enamel, tin, flame-proof glass, stainless steel, copper and copper clad steel, oven-china and pottery. If every homemaker in America who cooks with gas contributes one aluminum utensil to the national defense program, the pile of pots and pans will be increased by 17.500,000 pieces he said. This will be the greatest collection of worn aluminum cooking utensils the world has ever seen—in fact, the pile will surpass that stacked up by the housewives of England in a similar drive during the early days of the war. '„ai B'nth &jj$ Note B'nai By MILTON FRIEDMAN JEWISH REFUGEE GROUPS IN LONDON PUSH CAMPAIGN London (WNS)—Jewish refugee groups here held a series of meetings to formulate plans lor Jewish participation in the sensational "V" movement now sweeping Europe. Jewish refugees from all European countries now under Nazi domination discussed ways and means of furthering the underground victory movement in their native countries. INFORMATION WANTED HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN s—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 COTTAOE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There it No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK "Information is being sought of Samuel (George) Miller who has failed to contribute to the support of his minor son, living with his mother in New York City, since 1936, as a result of which the boy is in destitute circumstances and dependent upon the public charities. Mr. Miller, who is believed to be in Florida, was born in New York City in 1895, is 5 ft. 8 in. tall, weighed 190 lbs., has black hair and blue eyes, may have a moustache, and was employed as a production or inside man in a dress factory. Also information is being sought of William Cohn, alias Cole, who has failed to contribute to the support of his wife, Henrietta, since January, 1941. as a result of which she is in destitute circumstances and dependent on the public charities. Mr. Cohn, who is believed to be in Florida, was born in New York some 50 years ago, is 5 ft. 7 in. tall, has sandy hair, brown eyes, clean shaven, has ruddy complexion, and is a chauffeur. Anyone aware of the location of the two above named men is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. I intend to visit the FBI office soon because I suspect sabotage. Well, it really isn't as serious as all that. Last week I told about the golf tournament and gave the results. However, unfortunately, the name of Dave Catsman did not appear. And Dave broke a hundred, too. That's what makes it serious. Anyone breaking 100 deserves to have his name in print. Brother Morris Wroobel, deputy sheriff of Dade county, just dropped in. Bro. "Moish" was a sight for sore eyes. For the last three months he has been seriously ill and recently underwent an operation. It was good to see you up and around again, Morris, and I know all your brothers in Sholem Lodge are looking forward to seeing you. There is a rumor afloat that H. H. Hyman. chairman of the USO fund drive in Dade county, fainted the other day. The story is that Jennie Rotfort, on behalf of the Auxiliary, presented him with a check lor $705.10 and he passed out. This is the largest donation by any organization in Dade county. Too much praise cannot be given to the women who did such a marvelous job. Not satisfied with having done such a wonderful job on the USO drive the Auxiliary is taking it upon itself to do some more social service work. Recently they received a letter from President Monsky mentioning the urgent need for funds for the Denver Hospital. As you know, this is one of the charitable institutions that is maintained by B'nai B'rith. The Auxiliary has decided to start a campaign in the near future to raise funds for this great institution. Some mention has also been made to look after the interests of the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital. Frankly, I've never seen such an ambitious program that the Auxiliary has taken on for itself this year. The above are just a few. The Auxiliary in a comparatively short time has made a wonderful name for itself and I think every woman in this community ought to join it. The other evening Jennie Rotfort very proudly told me that she had just received word from the national office that District Five Auxiliary had won a loving cup for having increased its membership more than any other district. I think a great deal of the impetus comes from the dynamic personality and hard work of Sister Jennie. Jennie, as you all should know, is local Auxiliary president, state president, and district president, all at one and the same time. The Sholem Lodge Softball team is getting in shape with a vengeance. Every Sunday morning at Flamingo Park games are held with the Civic League. Thus far it is almost even up. This past Sunday the teams broke even in a double header. However, the piece de resistance came during the third game. Yes, believe it or not, we played three games Sunday morning. Look for the sunburnsand the limps for proof. The third game was a challenge match between a picked team of A. Z. A. boys from Atlanta, Miami Beach, and Miami against our Sholem Lodge stalwarts. The boys razzed the "old men" but in vain. In a thriller-diller the Lodge won 10 to 9. With the Lodge leading 10 to 7 going into tne last inning, the boys put across two runs and had the tying and winning runs on base with but one out. However, the Lodge came through sensationally with a double play to bring the game to a successful ending. We are looking forward to the next game between the chapters and the Lodge. It ought to be as exciting as a World Series. Incidentally, your correspondent is pleased to have received this week a letter from Brother Julius Fisher, secretary of the district, informing me of my appointment as state representative to the District A. Z. A. Committee. The picnic committee, headed by Brother Sam Silver, has been meeting regularly, preparing for the finest outing the Lodge has ever held. Originally, the all day affair was scheduled for July 27th, but the facilities at Greynolds Park on that day were not available. So, the affair was postponed until Aug. 3rd. Then we learned that that day was a Jewish fast day so-o-o-o unless and until something else happens our picnic will be held at Greynolds Park on Sunday. Aug. 10th. The committee has arranged for games for large and small, young and old. Prizes will be awarded lor the winners of every event. Plenty of r< freshments will be served gratis Jewish soldiers, sailors and marines will be our guests, and together with the Auxiliary, the two junior Auxiliaries, the two A. Z. A. chapters, and the members of the Lodge and their families a tremendous crowd is expected and a rip roaring time promised to all. Every wife is expected to prepare a basket of food for her own family and in addition enough victuals for one guest of the Lodge. Next week I'll give you more details but in the meantime don't forget the date, August 10th, for the annual B'nai B'rith picnic, and arrange to come with a party. MIAMI AZA NO. 322 At the last meeting of the Miami Chapter of AZA, the chapter had the pleasure of having Miss Barbara Garfunkel. teacher of Journalism at Miami High school, and also the faculty sponsor of the Miami Times, school paper, one of the best high school papers in the country. The subject of her address was "The Seven Types of Propaganda" in which she discussed the different types of propaganda and gave examples of how Germany and England are feeding this country with propaganda. After her talk she anrwered all questions that were asked in reference to propaganda. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone hartn* article* of clothing, furniture, etc, that are not being used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladle* Auxiliary of tbe Jewlsti Welfare Bureau, and send these articles to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained oj them. If You Cannot Brlns These to the RUMMAGE BTOSE Located at 1*7 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 8-7196 Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-1517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 6-4ZW Jewish Welfare Office, S-SS77 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 8 18*4 and they will be called for I IT LIKES YOU


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Miami, Fla
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July 25, 1941

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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ANTI- SEMITES;
HEAD NEW GROUP
BETTER TREATED
Montreal (WNS)Jewish re-
fugees, now interned in Canada,
will receive more privileges and
better treatment from the Can-
adian authorities, as a result of
intervention by the United Jew-
ish Refugee and War Relief
Agencies, it was revealed here
this week.
Military guards, now within
the confines of the camp, will be
removed to outside the com-
pound, while the barbed wire
fences, long a source of psycholo-
gical irritation to the refugees,
will be placed some distance from
the compound, out of sight of the alive. Hmoeracv
refugees They will be permitted fight for he.?aus*pofw11^0^3r
to write two postage-free letters as long as his eyes were good
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New York iWNStAction to
relieve the distress of several
hundred refugee families holding
immigration visas for countries
in the Western Hemisphere has
been taken by the Hebrew Shel-
tering and Immigration Aid So-
ciety. Abraham Herman, presi-
dent, announced.
Responding to an urgent tele-
phone appeal from the H1AS-
ICA headquarters in Lisbon.
HIAS made its first remittance
in the amount of $25,000 The
fund is necessary to facilitate the
emigration of the refugees who
have already complied with all
immigration regulations and are
in possession of immigration visas
to the United States and other
countries, but face the danger
of losing their chances if their
departure is delayed.
TO HOLD MASS EXECUTIONS
O F BIALYSTOCK VICTIMS
each week, whereas up until
now they could write only one.
In addition they will will be al-
lowed to wear civilian clothes,
and receive visits from relatives
and friends.
Meanwhile, 300 refugees were
added to the 600 returned to
England some time ago. It is ex-
pected that more will be sent
there in the near future. Of the
first 600 sent many joined the
Pioneer Corps
And from the island of Maurit-
ius, where a number of refugees,
denied admission to Palestine, are
interned for the duration of the
war, the United Jewish Refugee
and War Relief Agencies have
received a letter of thanks from
the British administration.
Acknowledging the sum of
1.000 pounds sterling sent by the
Agencies "to provide comfort
for the Jewishs detainees," the
Colonial Secretary of the island
sent assurance that "the money
is being spent in the best possible
way to brighten the lives of these
poor people and to give them
maximum comfort."
This, Mrs. Maranz said, was a
reference of three plastic sur-
gery operations performed after
April 6th. Her son flew with the
squadron between operations, his
head swathed in bandages, she
said, and was scheduled for a
fourth operation the day after he
was shot down.
He wanted to be in action."
she said. "He felt there was
nothing left for the future
Stockholm (WNS>Masses
Jews of Bialystok were executed
bv the Nazis upon the occupa-
tion of the city by the German
army, the Berlin radio admitted
in a broadcast. The synagogues
of the city were burned to the
ground, it was said.
The Berlin radio added that
the Nazi soldiers upon their en-
trance in Bialystok. immediately
began a search for arms among
the Jews and discovered "large
s armament stores" m the syna-
bc- gogues. Also "food dumps were
New York vW N SI A now
Fascist organisation, closely as-
sociated with official Nasi prop-'
ganda agencies and headed by
professional anti-Semites with
police records, has recently be-
gun operations in Philadelphia
a as reported here by The
Hour, reliable a n t i Fa S o i I I
weekly.
The headquarters of the new
pro-Hitler group the American
Christian League, are located "t
Room 705. Broad Street Station
Building. 16th and Filbert
Streets, Philadelphia, U was da
closed
The League was Incorporated
bn March. liNl. as a "non-profit
corporation" by decree oi the
Common Pleas Court of Dela-
ware County, Pa. The Hour re-
ported. The purposes el the
American Christian I eagwe, ac- j
cording to its articles a! mcox-
Of I pomtion. are
OUTLINE FUTURE
OF PALESTINE FOR
CLOSE OF TOE WAR
Jewish homes'
tr," hie final I discovered in
cause of his face. In his nnai _______
ST o7 his" death! S every11 LABOR IS WARNED TO FIGHT
New York ,WNS' rh* status
of Palestine after the war. *
. .. Used by Dt J 1 Magnea
president ol tht Hebrew Unhrei
sity of Jerusalem, is outlined
statement given b> l^ Magewa to
the Jerusalem correspondent
the Now York rune* A v
national autonosmous ttata
flawssHUfc o: a pan Arab ''-.-
is men as prebab Btj
Magnea to his statement says
'Been soonrr '.hat' might tow
been saasxtod the pohtseal lu
lure af Passat toe baeaaatog *
j matter of immediate owicv.
I The British government baa bean
| wise to hesitating to define peace
to promote are. foster aims toe prw.se'.> The chiet
war aim. namely mixing this
war decisively and completety
must fus.t be achieved More
over, premature announcement
of political peace aims may be
apt to stir up controversy among
the Allies themsehes Secret
treaties contra*tod to the last
x\ *r xvere a bask cause of the
loss o! peace and the present
deadly struggle "
After reviewing briefly the
events since Prime Miniate) Win
ton Churvhrti's historic otfei !
Hritish-Frx-nch politcal union In
social and business relation ...
cording to Christian ideals in
business, industrial, commercial
*nd professional spheres, to as-
sist xvorthy young Christians by
gifts and loans; to print and
publish literature and periodicals
and distribute the same, to pre-
serve Christian ideals general))
and m particular in domestic and
business relations, to assure and
promote the satety and security
of the American Christian home
and to acquire snd hoM prw-
partjf."
The Hour revaalsd that the to-
S"fS-- m-JAU ANn-SQ^TlC ACT.ONS jy,^*.g^^^j;^
have an end. w-ishinaton tWNSA warn- Sweeney, John A Wasson. Lea
family home o.. r-.- _--;- -j- anti-Semitism" and
StrCCV mtfSSSS andTn 939 ^ "the effort to arouse racial hatred
J1CJffii^PtonScy Of and to provoke .acial quarre
from tne acnooi ui ~,niinorf n a resolution ad-
Columbia University. In July^of
that year he enlisted in the
United States Army Air Corps.
After a year's training, he re-
signed and went to Ottowa I
was contained in a resolution ad-
opted by Washington Central La-
bor Unions. The attempt to
arouse racial hatred "precedes
an attack on all faiths of God-
^.h/Snval Air Force. He is fearing men." declared the rvso
join the Royal Air ror ^ t0 ^
JOin IBB ""J"' -------------_.,,
the oldest of the three Maranz
children, the others being Mil-
dred, seventeen, and Joseph, six. national policy.
lution, which was stated to be
in accordance with the AFL's
Ian.
Describing the leadership of
the American Christian League.
The Hour states: "The Moylan
brothers, xvho are the real leaders
of the League, formerly published
Equalizer, a notorious anti-Sem-
itic magazine. For some time
they have maintained intimate
contacts with the German-Ameri-
can Bund and other anti-demo
erotic groups."
IfMQ, coupled nh the confw
anee to June. IS41, af the Allied
exiled governments to London.
Or Magnea pointed to develop
ments among tin- Arab countries
reaffinnation of Ireq's Indepen-
dence, promised Independence
tor Syria and Lebanon. Kgypt's
glowing strength and Trans
Jordan's new prominence through
her opposition to the coup el
Kashid Ah el ilailani in Iraq
as establishing the fact that Pal-
estine can hardly remain unaf-
fected.
"The problem here is difficult
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FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1941
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
Mrs. J. EtiRior and daughters
Molly and Ida will leave today
for a vacation in Now York City.

Mr. and Mrs. Tod Kaufman
left last week for a two week's
vacation in HendersonviUe, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Wroobel and
son Morris returned this work
aftor a two weeks' vacation In
the north.

Private Charles Safer has re-
turned to Camp Blending after
spending several days visiting
his family here.

Mrs M. Rippa, 1120 S. \V 19th
avenue has as her guests, Mrs.
N W. Blupstein and grandchild
of New York City.

Private Bernie Serkin left for
Camp Blanding Wednesday after
spending several days with his
family and friends,

Mr. and Mrs Morton Pagan
and daughter, Sunshine left Tues-
day for an eight week's visit to
Chicago and the north

Edith and Margie Roberts have
returned to the city after a
th's vacation in Now Jersey
and New York where they visited
Friends and relatives.

Miss Helen Schiff returned
after a two month's vacation in
Now York. Her sudden return
was due to the illness of her
mother, Mrs. Jacob Schiff.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Young
hav just returned from an ex-
tensive honeymoon trip through
the north. While in Washington,
D. C. they visited with Senator
Pepp r of Florida. They are now
iding at Mt. Royal Apartments.!
Miami Beach.
Max Silver
a brief trip
N. c\
has returned from
to HendersonviUe,
Mr. and Mrs.
B.
Kandel are
vacationing at the Norman Hotel.
Miami Beach for a month.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett re-
turned Tuesday after a two
months' vacation in Chattanooga.
Tenn. Returning with them were
Mrs. Barnett's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Pave Pavlow of Chatta-
nooga, who will spend several
weeks vacationing on Miami
Reach
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosen-
thai, accompanied by their son
Gene and the doctor's mother,
left Wednesday on a vacation
trip to North Carolina. While
there they will visit their daugh-
ter. Phyllis, who has been vaca-
tioning at Camp Burgis Glen on
Cedar Mountain While in Hen-
dersonviUe they will meet Doc-
tor Rosenthal's sisters. Mrs. Wal-
ter Loewith of Bridgeport. Conn..
and Mrs. H. Jacobs of New Hav-
en, who will motor down for th
family reunion From Hender-
sonviUe they will travel to
Georgetown, S. C. where they
will spend some time with Mrs.
Loewith's son. Ensign Marvin S.
Loewith, who has been stationed
there in command of the naval
unit in that city. They will re-
turn to Miami about the middle
of August.

Rousseau. Voltaire and Spin-
oza was the topic of the lecture
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson before
the Spinoza Forum last Satur-
day afternoon. It was Dr. Wolf-
son's sixth lecture this summer.
on the Life and Philosophy of
Baruch Spinoza. Over fifty men
and women attended the session.'
Some very prominent out of '
town visitors attended the meet-
ing and took part in the discus-
sion which followed the lecture.
Among them were Dr. George B.
Lieberman, Rabbi from Wheel-
ing. West Virginia; Dr. Newton
Friedman, director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Texas; Dr. Bertram Klausner. di-
rector of the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Indiana, and
Mr. Sperling, well known schol-
ar and social worker from Birm-
ingham. Ala. Next Saturday af-
ternoon. 3:3 o'clock, the Spinoza
Forum will meet again on the
lawn, at 11th St. between Collins
Ave and Ocean Drive, Miami
Peach. The topic of Dr. Wolf-
son's lecture will be "Why Spin-
oza's Magnificent Influence.''
treatment at one or more of 35
hospitals and sanatoria for the
tuberculosis in scattered sections
of the U S. The patients stay
at the Home just as long as they
need it. Every service they re-
ceive is entirely free.
Peterson can be reached by
phoning 4-4240 or through P. o
Box 4473, Coral Gables, Fla. Mr!
Peterson comes highly recom-
mended by thousands of satisfied
customers he has served in this
area.
DENVER TUBERCULAR HOME
BUYS NEW BUS FOR INMATES
The Ex-Patients' Tubercular
Home of Denver has recently
purchased a new Bus for the use
of the patients who attend var-
ious schools in Denver as a part
of the Home's program of voca-
tional training for the convales-
cent young tubcrculars in its
care.
Regularly on schedule, right
after breakfast the Bus takes
the patients to the doors of their
schools and returns them to the
Home as soon as classes are out.
Public Accounting. Art. Beauty
Work. Barbering. Secretarial
Work. Watch-making, Commer-
cial Art, Millinery Design and
Dressmakingpatients are train-
ing for future careers in these
and other fields. They study
and work without strain and un-
der medical supervision.
Previous to entrance for con-
valescence and rehabilitation,
the patients now at the Ex-Pa-
tients' Tubercular Home received
HEBREW SPEAKING GESTAPO
LEADER GOES TO LITHUANIA
Lisbon (W N S) Lithuanian
J< ws are very much perturbed
over the arrival at the Lithuanian
capital of Kaunas of Eichman,
who is in charge of Jewish af-
fairs at the Gestapo headquarters
in Berlin.
Eichman speaks a fluent He-
! brew, having been born in the
. German colony of Sarona in
: Palestine. His knowledge of He-
I brew appears, however, to have
goaded, rather than deterred him
i in the persecution of Jews. He
, is responsible for the arrest of
i thousands of Jews in Germany
1 and for the merciless eviction of
i Jews from Vienna and the Pro-
tectorate to the Lublin district.
| His coming to Lithuania is re-
j ported as for the purpose "of
suppressing Jewish anti-Nazi ac-
i tivities."
SHELBY SALESBOOK FIRM
ARE LEADERS IN THEIR FIELD
The Shelby Salesbook Com-
pany known throughout the coun-
try as one of the outstanding
leaders in its field has announced
that F. A. Peterson, district mana-
ger for this area, has served
their concern for over a quarter
of a century in this location.
Mr. Peterson carries a full line
of printed forms and systems of
every style and design for all
businesses. He has a complete
line of salesbooks. continuous
forms, one-time carbon forms,
lithographed forms, letterheads,
envelopes, maniioid books, non-
duplicate forms, checks, register
forms, ledger forms, etc. Mr.
J. D. C. OFFICIAL POINTS TO
NEED OF EMIGRATION HELP
New York (WNS)The prob-
lem of emigration is paramount
at present in the work of the
Joint Distribution Committee, Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice-chair-
man of the European Executive
Council of the J. D. C. declared
upon his departure this week
for Europe to resume his duties
in connection with the war relief
program of the organization. He
has been in the United States
since May 1st, conferring with
American officers of the J. D. C.
"The emigration of some thou-
sands who have visas must be
expedited, said Dr. Schwartz.
The program in France, has taken
on new significance as a result
of the recent measures of the
Vichy Government. With the
use of our funds, close to 50,000
refugees in France are being
maintained."
PALM BEACH
NOTES
Joe M. Lesser is visiting rela-
tives in Georgia.
Sam Goldman has returned af-
ter an extended absence in the
northern part of the state.
Mrs. Fannie Ryder was host-
ess at the semi-monthly meeting
of Sisterhood Beth El at her
home on Florida avenue recent-
ly. Mrs. Ryder is president of
the organization.
B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 1146
held its regular meeting Monday
night at Scher Hall. Routine
business was transacted.
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NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
HEADS LARGEST JEWISH
BOYS' GROUP
Home Camp
When Home Camp officially
opened on Monday, July 14
there was a registration of forts'
children. At this writing, eighty
have registered and more com-
ing in daily. This shows the
popularity that the Home Camp
has gained throughout the Great-
er Miami area. Although the
luncheon and beach features-
have been eliminated from this
year's program, the attendance
still is increasing daily.
Under the able leadership ot
Johnnie "Hoffman, who is head
counsellor, and Miss Patricia
Auerback, dramatic instructor,
the children are having a great
deal of wholesome recreation.
Plans are now being formulated
by the Home Camp for a gala
public performance to be held
some time in August. More de-
man, Mrs. Hacker, Mrs. Jack Co-
hen, Mrs. Ada Joseph, Mrs. J. G.
Kobley, Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. |
Benjamin Lavigne, Sidney Palm-
er and Maurice Grossman.
"Y" To Have New Gymnasium
Leo Ackerman, dynamic chair-
man of the house committee, has
certainly gone into action. No
\sooner was Leo appointed chair-
man of the house committee,
when he started a movement to
have a new gymnasium. To quote
Leo, "The only way to get it is
to go out and do it." So, last
Monday morning, the contractor
started making alterations on the
old Scout house. All the walls
are being removed and one large
room will be the result. We
hope to have, thanks to Leo Ack-
erman and his committee, a very
nice gymnasium where both men
and women, old and young, will
Philip M. Klutznick, of Omaha,
who was elected president of the
Supreme Advisory Councit of
Aleph Zadik Aleph, governing
body of the B'nai B*rith youth
organization, to succeed Sam
Bebcr. also of Omaha, AZA's
founder, who retired from the
presidency at the AZA conven-
tion after 18 years of service.
tails will be given in a later is- be able to participate. Assisting
sue. Mr. Ackerman on the house com-
Soldier's Hospitality Committee j mittee are the following: Men's
Through the joint efforts of | divisionAl Rosenfeld. co-chair-
the Y. M., Y. W. H. A. and the! man; Al Reisman, Julius ^Wilson.
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, there was formed last Fri-
day at a meeting held between
these clubs, a committee for the
purpose of providing home hos-
pitality for Jewish soldier boys
who will have occasion to be in
this vicinity. As explained by
Maurice Grossman, chairman of
this committee, every week-end
finds the "Y" visited by many
Jewish soldier boys. Heretofore,
the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. have
taken ample care of these boys
providing them with meals and
sleeping quarters, but the prob-
lem became hard to handle by
one organization. Mrs. Monte
Selig, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, Mi-
ami Section, and Mrs. Mildred
Rubenstein, president of the Y.
W. H. A., readily consented to
cooperate and an organization
Charles Blau. Julius Spector,
Pete Silverman, Al Berkowitz,
and Nat Brown. Women's divis-
ionMrs. Mildred Rubenstein.
Mrs. Al Reisman. Mrs. Essie
Schaeffer, and Miss Irene Cohen.
New Girl's Group Formed at Y
A new division of girls be-
tween the ages of 16 and 19 has
been formed by the executive di-
rector. Velma Abraham is tem-
porary chairman and Rita Gross-
man is temporary secretary.
Meetings are held every Thurs-
day night. All girls between the
above ages are asked to join
this group. There will be a spon-
sor and a fine program is being
arranged.
Y. W. H. A. Forms New Bowling
League
Mrs. Albert G. Reisman. chair-
man of the Y. W. H. A. bowling
committee, announces that the
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS FIRM
MOVED TO LARGER STORE
CAPITOL LETTER
Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital
bv MAURICE WARNER
was formed for the purpose of I y. W. H. A. Bowling League will
obtained names of persons who commence next Tuesday, July 29
will entertain these soldiers on at the Miami Recreation Alleys
week-ends with a home cooked I at 8:30 o'clock. All members of
meal or with lodging over night. \ the Y. W. H. A. who are inter-
The Jewish holidays are fast i ested in this project are request-
approaching and we want to see e(j to leave their names with Mr.
Miami Beach branch of the
Sherwin-Williams Paint Company
under the management of Mr.
Lawson has announced the re-
moval of their store from 509
Collins avenue to 1680 Alton
road, Miami Beach. The new lo-
cation follows the expansion of
the firm's eight years in the pre-
vious location. Mr. Lawson
stated, "that due to the ever-
growing friendliness and patron-
age shown to us by the people of
Miami Beach, we are now
equipped in our new location
with larger quarters and added
equipment. We have secured
additional salesmen and extra
phones to facilitate better ser-
vice than ever before given to
our customers. A complete line
of competitive supplies are avail-
able, and in addition, we have
a lending service of style guides
containing 286 full size photos in
color with each photo being two
square feet in size. These were
prepared by the leading stylists
and decorators throughout the
country."
every Jewish soldier present in
this area at that time to be pro-
vided for in a Jewish home, go to
a synagogue or temple and stay
over night.
Grossman at the Y office.
News 'Round Town
Sammy Tendrich and his
Deuces continue to lead the Y.
M. H. A. in the Summer Duck-
If any one of you readers wish pin League held every Thurs-
to have a real mitzvah, please
communicate with Mr. Grossman
at the Y. M. H. A. office, or
with Mrs. Selig at the Council
office and say that you will be
glad to entertain a soldier boy.
Those present at the meeting Aces, Al Berkowitz
last week were: Mrs. Mildred i Sentinels, Hal Levinson
Rubenstein, Mrs. Ann Jacobs,
Mrs. Leon Lieberman, Mrs. Benj.
Bronston, Mrs. Maurice Gross-
day at the Recreation Alleys.
Following are the standings:
Team Captain W L
Deuces. Sam Tendrich ........11 4
Quints, Al Reisman ........ 8 7
Zippers, Murry Streit 7 8
7
ti
8
9
Topnotchers, Abe Berkowitz 6 9
The high set rolled to date is
a score of 350 held by Sam Tend-
t
nnnoununc REmounu
to larger and better quarters
Sherwin-Williams Co.
1680
Alton Road
Miami Beach
Phone 5-2648
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
LARGER QUARTERS EXTRA SALESMEN
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINTS
REMEMBER OUR NEW LOCATION
1680 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 5-2648
rich and the High Game is 142
made by Jerry Goldsmith. Fol-
lowing are the averages of the
first ten: Sam Tendrich. 104: Al
Berkowitz, 103; Abe Berkowitz,
103; Jerry Goldsmith, 102; Al
Reisman, 101; Sol Weinkle, 101;
Murry Streit. 100; Hal Berko-
witz, 99; Sam Seitlin, 98; Lou
Spector, 97.
Come out each Thursday, and
cheer your favorite
In the Good Old "Y" Days
Just yesterday in watching
Julie Spector and his wrecking
crew tearing down most of the
house in the rear of the gym
room where Harry Gordon once
resided, I was most fortunate in
finding a most valuable piece of
"Y" property. It's the Publicity
Book and Records dating back
to June 10. 1932, when the He-
brew Athletic Club held their
first meeting. Among those first
present were: Murry Grossman,
our present president; Dr. I.
Schwartz, Mr. I. Hirsch, Mr. Jo-
seph Warren, Milton Friedman.
Milton Winer, Max Levin, Rob-
ert Schweitzer, George Davis.
Abe Winer. Sam Litwan. Albert
G Reisman. Max Goldstein.
Jack Atkins, M. Raff. Nat Blum-
berg, Dr. Louis Rosen, Alvin
Grossman, Ralph Grossman. Max
Reisman, Albert P. Reisman and
Max Schemer.
Mr. S. J. Schicnberg handled
the publicity in conjunction
with Dave Rosenthal.
I received quite a thrill going
through this publicity book, as
I'm sure you all will when you
read the Floridian in ensuing col-
umns about how the organization
started and who was who in its
final culmination from the
change of the H. A. C. to the
present Y. M. H. A.
Watch next wtek's columns.
It is cheering news to all those
who are interested in freedom of
thought and of the press to learn
from unquotable but reliable re-
ports that efforts of the American
Government to countract Nazi
propaganda in Latin America are
proving successful.
That does not mean that the
"free lunch" broadcasts and news
reports sent from Berlin and
Rome to Latin American papers
are no longer being heard or
printed. But it does mean that
interpretations of world affairs
from Washington are receiving a
wider hearing south of the Rio
Grande than hitherto and that
the grandiose lies long dissemin-
ated by Dr. Joseph Goebbel's
propaganda department are being
counterbalanced by a represen-
tation of the democratic view-
point.
Just how extrordinary are the
stories being sent to Latin-Ameri-
ca by Berlin and Rome is illus-
trated by a report brought back
to Washington by a nationally-
known radio commentator who.
a few months ago, toured the
northern states of South America.
In Peru and Colombia, he relates,
"the man in the street" told him
in all sincerity that Germany had
been forced to occupy Belgium
and Holland in order to save
them from conquest by Great
Britain. That was the version
given him by the Berlin radio,
and, having no other news but
that, he believed it.
Chief credit for opening the
eyes and ears of Latin-Americans
to what is happening in the world
belongs to the Committee for
Economic and Cultural Relations,
headed by Nelson A. Rockefeller,
and the patriotically-minded
press associations and moving-
picture producers who have co-
operated with it. Two of the
major American wire services,
at the instance of the Rockefeller
committee and the State Depart-
ment, recently have expanded
their reporting personnel in La-
tin-America and also their staffs
in Washington who produce a
news report to be filed to Latin-
American countries.
ons and that the more vital as-
pects of their culture have been
neglected entirely.
Now that Hollywood is cooper-
ating closely with the Rockefeller
committee in eliminating films
that may be distasteful to the
Latin-Americans. Also, the
movie producers are turning out
a number of short educational
films designed to show the cul-
tural aspects of life in the United
States. The Rockefeller commit-
tee is making a few itself. These
should aid in disssipating the
idea, too long held in Latin-
American countries, that all
North Americans are either gang-
sters, money-grabbing plutocrats
or idlers.
For some time the Rockefeller
committee and the State Depart-
ment have been toying with the
idea of distributing a free news
service to Latin-American news-
papers to compete with the gratis
news sent out from Berlin and
Rome. The difficulty they en-
counter is that such a report
would compete with those dis-
tributed by American news
agencies on a fee basis. Several
months ago plans were virtually
completed for a Government-
sponsored news report. Now, it
appears, the idea has been aban-
doned. Rather, the Rockefeller
committee is trying to cooperate
with established American news
services. Careful analyses are
made here each week of Latin-
American press reaction to world
politics, particularly those phases
of it that affect the United States.
While it can not De said that the
influence of fascist propaganda
south of the Rio Grande has been
eliminated, it is, at least, being
counterbalanced more and more
by a presentation of the demo-
cratic point of view.
REFUGEES BRING NEARLY
BILLION DOLLARS TO U. S.
New York A sum
ranging from three quarters ol
a billion to a billion dollars has
been brought into the United
States by refugees from Europe.
Movie producers, too, are con- according to an estimate in the
suiting closely with the Rocke-
feller committee before releasing
films to the Latin-American
issue
of
'Financial
current
World."
"In the absence of any abso-
trade. In times past, one of- lutely accurate data, the paper
ficial here pointed out. there has] declares, "we may hazard a guess
been a tendency in Hollywood and say that anywhere from
to portray the Latin-Americans seven hundred and fifty million
as people who spend all their, to one billion dollars of refugee
time plucking banjos, singing and wealth has flowed to this coun-
making love. This trend has I try since 1939." The article adds
been extremely distasteful to the that "foreign nationals now in
better-educated class of Latin- the United States are pretty
Americans, particularly the Ar- much of a representative cross-
gentinians, feel that they have section as far as placing then-
been portrayed as romantic mor- funds is concerned."
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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
Speaking at a convention of the New England Zionist region.
Dr. Weizmann last week, made a statement of more than tran-
sient significance. Indeed, among all the speculation now pro-
ceeding on the peace plans, as they relate to the Jews, so titanic
that i: would be absolutely necessary, for Palestine, if it is to
absorb any great portion of them to be given fuil sovereignty.
on a par with other independent states.
There is no question but that the old modest plans of Zionist
development will have to be radically speeded up. It is inter-
esting to recall that in the last war, too, there was some talk of
mass settlement of Palestine. There was talk ot transporting
whole Jewish populations of some of the predominantly Jewish
towns. The situation after the last war, however, was not so
desperate as to make inevitable such a comprehensive program,
and it seems to be a fact of human experience, that man will not
take full measures, until he is absolutely driven to them.
With Jewish life in Europe, however, today completely up-
rooted, the world and Jewry has no other recourse, but such mass
uansplantation. The problem is a vast one, but the vastness
may not prove altogether a handicap. There are certain bene-
fits which accompany the mass application of any program.
We note this, for example, in the economics effected by mass
production in industry. The like is also true in mass settlement.
Land can be bought cheaper when it is acquired on a larger
scale. Irrigation and roads can be likewise facilitated.
The problem is one to tax Jewry's resources to the fullest, but
one which from many aspects, we can afford to view with some
optimism, despite all the handicaps.
FUTURE
OF PALESTINE FOB
CLOSE OFTHE WAR
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and complicated, as the past
twenty years have shown," he
continued, "but that is all the
more reason for British. Arabs
and Jews to consider things to-
gether now. not necessarily with
a view of solving the Palestine
question by fiat or proclamation
quickly and in toto, but rather
for the purpose of canvassing the
field and of bringing together
some of the best minds among the
three peoples for a discussion
preparatory to work. Without
an understanding between these
three factors the situation here
will continue to be intolerable
and fraught with danger."
Dr. Magnes recalled the agree-
ment between the late King
Feisal of Iraq. Felix Frankfur-
ter and Dr. Chaim Weizmann
dated January. 1919, when a
formula of an Arab-Jewish racial
collaboration was foreseen.
"The agreement could not be
implemented," said Dr. Magnes,
but its sound and sane spirit
ought to be recaptured now des-
pite all that has happened in the
intervening years. The keys are
in the hands of the British gov-
ernment. If a beginning is made
cautiously and methodically now
there may be some hope for the
future. A beginning at coopera-
tion can hardly come from any
other quarter.
"Mr. Eden's declaration con-
cerning an Arab union, together
with a proclamation of Syrian
independence, furnishes a new
starting point. If the Palestine
problem remains solely Pales-
tine's concern it remains almost
hopeless. But if it takes place
within the framework of a larger
union or federation, as it is
loosely called, it assumes a more
hopeful aspect.
"Within a union or federation
the Palestine problem is lifted
to another plane in at least two
ways: First, Arab fear of domina-
tion by a Jewish national home is
mitigated by reason of the politi-
cal security which the wider and
more powerful background of an
Arab union affords, and, second,
Jewish yearning for opportunities
to settle refugees from persecu-
tion could be met more gener-
ously. Jewish-Arab cooperation
would thus be helping to estab-
lish an equilibrium in Palestine
and helping to establish and
strengthen an Arab union. At
difficult periods and in many
lands Jews and Arabs have ach-
ieved a high civilization to-
gether. They are the living de-
scendants of that ancient Semi-
tic world whose impact upon
mankind's spirit has been so
fateful. Why should they work
and be creative together again?"
Admitting that the problems
involved were of great intricacy,
since union or federation pre-
sented political, economic, mili-
tary, nationalistic and religious
issues requiring much study for
their clarification, besides states-
manship and large means to
resolve them. Dr. Magnes urged
that a bi-national Palestine as
an autonomous unit within a
larger union, was the direction in
which thinking should be done.
Now that this larger framework
is more than ready for discussion
there may be a chance to ap-
proach the Palestine question as
one of its factors with some de-
gree of success.
Dr. Magnes urged that a better
way would be for Jewish and Ar-
ab leaders to combine in making
joint proposals to the British
government, but there are no
signs that these leaders are ready
to take advantage of this his-
toric moment to devote them-
selves to planning constructively
a happier future.
MONSKY IS NAMED
AS MEMBER OF
DEFENSE
Washington. D. CPresident
Roosevelt has named Henry
Monsky. of Omaha, president of
B'nai B'rith. to the membership
of the National Volunteer Parti-
cipation committee, which will
act as an advisory and planning
body in the organization of the
Office of Civilian Defense,
headed by Mayor LaGuardid.
The members represent not
only regions but "interests of the
Henry Monsky
nation" to assist Mayor La-
Guardia in carrying out the Civi-
lian Defense Program.
Among others appointed were
Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg. Region-
al Director of Region 2 Social
Security Board, New York City;
former Ambassador William Bul-
litt. Judge John P. Devaney. Mrs,
John Boettiger. Homer P. Rai-
ney, president of the University
of Texas and Mrs. J. Borden
Harriman.
B'nai B'rith has engaged in
numerous national defense acti-
vities in cooperation with the
government and other national
organizations.
NAZIS ORDER SOME JEWS
FROM WARSAW GHETTO
Geneva (WNS)Apprehensive
of the outbreaks of epidemics, by
the excessive overcrowding, the
Nazi administration in Warsaw
directed a number of Jews of the
Warsaw Ghetto to return to their
former homes, outside the Ghet-
to, according to the Gazetta Zy-
dowska.
More than 400,000 Jews are
packed within the narrow con-
fines of the Ghetto walls with
large numbers of families happy-
even if they can obtain quarters
in cellars which never see a ray
of sunshine. The mortality from
disease has greatly increased as
a result.
The same paper reports that
the Jewish leaders in the Lodz
ghetto, unable to cope with the
mounting toll of disease, have
appealed to the Jewish com-
munity of Warsaw that some of
their physicians tie sent to Lodz,
where the number of physicians
is inadequate to cope with the
need.
WILLIAM SHAYNE REPORTS
FOR USO SPECIAL EVENTS
William Shayne. chairman of
special events of the United Ser-
vice Organization in this area
has reported that more than S525
has been turned over to Ernie
Seiler. volunteer chairman of the
USO drive, derived from the af-
fair held at the Civic Center last
week. Mr. Shayne wished to
thank everyone that assisted in
this event and has announced
that plans are now being made
for several other affairs, pro-
ceeds of which will help make
the campaign a success.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
PREDICTION DEPARTMENT
Sources that usually prove accurate inform us that the
British and Free French occupation of Syria foreshadows an
important pronouncement by the British Government with re-
gard to the Jewish homeland in Palestine That is one of the
reasons why Dr. Weizmann has rushed back to England .
Incidentally, he flew as a guest of the American Government,
on a military plane bound directly for England The same
sources forecast that the next island to be taken over by Uncle
Sam as a base, and as a preventative measure against Hitler
occupation, is the island of Martinique, in the West Indies .
That anti-Petain and anti-Darlan sentiment in the French navy
has risen to such a point that one of these days the fleet will
steam away and join the British naval forces That Hitler
is going to unloose the most aggressive peace offensive yet
launched, promising to call off the war with Britain if he'll be
permitted to deal with the Soviets as he pleases And that
when this fails he'll break off diplomatic relations with the U. S.
and intensify the submarine warfare against all shipping, in-
cluding Amerisa's .
WAR ECHOES
Ed Sullivan says that while there's a possibility that the
Russians may not beat the Nazis, the Reds will surely worry
the Brownshirts to death ... It seems that Goebbels' hair is
growing white with the strain of trying to deny the bombard-
ment of rumors let loose all over "Europe by the expert Red
propagandists concerning internal strife among the Nazi leaders
. It seems that our aood friend Friedrich Wolf, author of
"Professor Mamlock" and "Sailors of Cattaro," got out of that
French concentration camp and reacched Moscow just in time to
do some most effective work in German-language broadcasts
to the German soldiers on the Russian front ... As a result of
one of his broadcasts, it is said, several battalions of the in-
vading Nazi army, instead of shooting it out, surrendered en
masse The rumors that Constantin Oumansky, Soviet Am-
bassador at Washington, is soon to be replaced are unfounded
. But there is talk of an important Soviet diplomatic delegation
coming to this country Catholic laymen and clerics are far
from united on the Russo-German war Important Catholic
organizations aot a bad case of the jitters as a result of Bishop
Joseph Hurley's recent blast against those who try to picture
Hitler's attack on Stalin as a "holy war" which all religious
people should support Just as happened during the Spanish
civil war, certain Catholic quarters will shortly bring terrific
pressure to bear on those who proclaim that Russia's fight is an
integral part of democracy's struggle against Fascism Some
rabbis have already been approached with warnings to soft-
pedal any utterances they might have in mind favoring a
Russian victory over Hitler's hordes .
REFUGEE REPORT
Orchids to Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, chairman of the Joint
Boycott Council of the American Jewish Congress, for exposing
the food-package-to-Nazi-occupied-Poland racket This was
one of the most disgraceful modes of exploiting the plight of re-
fugees for private gam And a huge corsage to Helena
Rubenstein, beauty dispenser to American womanhood, who
has been very kind to many refugees Whenever she gets
a chance she places them in jobs in her cosmetics factory .
"No discrimination" is her motto Indeed, not so long ago
the wife of Josef Beck, last Foreign Minister of pre-war Poland,
worked in one of the Rubenstein plants, side by side with Polish
Jewish refugees .
QUESTION COLUMN
We join Walter Winchell in this question: How come that
General Van Horn Moseley and Col. Edward Sanctuary. Ameri-
ca's Number One and Two anti-Semites and Fascists, haven't
been politely requested to turn in their Army commissions? .
Do those German-American Bundists who have been using their
American citizenship as a shield behind which they engage in
active attacks on American democracy know that your Uncle
Sam is preparing to revoke their citizenship and to send them
back to the baliwick of their chosen Fuehrer? What is
behind Hollywood's failure to produce effective screen propa-
ganda to gain the good will of the Latin-American nations? .
The film capital has made some of the most telling anti-Nazi
pictures but when it comes to winning over our neighbors to
the South. Hollywood has fallen down on the job The reel-
age California has been exporting to Latin-America has been of
such a nature that Nazi fifth columners there have been having
an easy time persuading the native movie fans that the Ameri-
can motion picture industry, instead of boosting the qualities of
Latin-America, is deliberately insulting the entire Southern
continent .
EPITAPH
No newspaper reported it, but last week Charles Jaffe. one
of America s greatest chess masters, died in a cheap furnished
room in New York's East Side ... He died alone, and those
who found his body report that there wasn't a single cent in his
^n j .' \_ s? a few chess enthusiasts were hurriedly
called together, and drummed up the necessary funds for his
uXaV Pssessed not only a most creative chess mind,
but had a most charming and modest personality ... For years
he lived on the verge of starvation, because when he did have
a job on he never asked for more money than he needed for
the moment ...
ABOUT PEOPLE
Is there significance in the coincidence that Hitler. Church-
ill, General Gamelin and Anthony Eden all fancy themselves as
befter-than-average painters? When Goebbels wants to
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BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5132a
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4.0406
2283 S. W. 21 at Terrace
Daily Synagogue Services
Shachriss, daily at 8 a. m.; Sat-
urdey at 8:30 a. m. Junior Con-
gregation at 9 a. m. Saturday.
Mincha, daily at 6:45 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 7:30 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
7 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on "The Portion of the
Week."
Religious School
Cantor Maurice Mamches, hav-
ing returned from his vacation, is
teaching all Hebrew school
classes during the absence of
Miss Sonia Shpall. Classes are
held between the hours of 9 a.
m. and 12:30. New children can
be registered any week day
morning.
Unveiling
The unveilng of the stone in
memory of Miss Gertrude Silver
will take place Sunday at 3 p. m.
at Woodlawn Park Cemetery.
The traditional "nine days" be-
gins this Friday, July 26 and
ends with the fast of Tisah B'Av
beginning Saturday at sundown,
August 2 and ending at sunset,
Sunday, August 3. The nine
days are observed in sadness
ending with the fast in memory
of the destruction of the temple
at Jerusalem. Special services
will be held evening and morn-
ing of Tisha B'Av. Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will speak on "News from
Palestine."
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi's Realdence:
1023 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 8. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls________7:15 a. m.
Second Minyon________8:00 a. m.
Mincha----------------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv_______________6:00 p. m.
Friday ......-------5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service.
...-9:00 a. m.
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IS the BEST'
Talmud Torah Classes
Our Hebrew school continues
daily Monday through Friday 9
a. m. to 12 non at the Talmud.
Torah building. 1545 S. W. 3rd
St., which has recently been dec-
orated and renovated. With the
new curriculum and under the tu-
torship of Cantor Joseph Malek.
results in our Talmud Torah
classes have been most gratify-
ing. Choir singing is also a part
of the new curriculum. In these
troubled times more than ever
before we can not demote from
our spirituality but must strive
still harder to further our relig-
ious heritage, so we urge parents
to avail themselves of this op-
portunity by registering their
children in our Talmud Toroh
classes immediately.
Important Meeting
Mrs. Ida Buckstein. president
of the Ladies Auxiliary, has just
returned from her vacation and
wishes to greet all old and new
members of the organization on
Tuesday, July 29 at 2 p. m. at a
regular meeting which will be
held at the new synagogue, 590
S. W. 17th Ave.
Sabbath Services
We urge all members and
friends of our congregation to be
with us for Sabbath services this
Saturday at 9 a. m.. when there
will be congregational singing.
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please his Fuehrer he refers to
Churchill as "that arrogant can-
vas-smearer" ... In Manhattan's
East Side there's a move on to
erect a statue to the memory of
the late Congressman Michael M.
Edelstein, who died in the House
of heart failure after an anti-
Semitic tirade by Representative
Rankin Edward Lasker, son
of the advertising tycoon Albert
Lasker, is now a special assistant
to Navy Secretary Knox .
Roger Wolfe Kahn, whoso ex-
ploits as a jazz band leader and
aviation enthusiast have frequen-
tly landed him on the front page,
.has donated his private planes for
army use at Roosevelt Field, L. I.
. Brigadier-General Julius
Ochs Adler, who has just been
promoted from a Colonelcy, now
is one of the highest ranking
Jews in the American Army .
Alice Hughes, nationally known
fashion columnist, who. notwith-
standing her Anglo-Saxon moni-
ker, would have to wear a yellow
badge if she lived in Germany,
is slated for an important posi-
tion in this country's national de-
fense program Among the
more successful U. S. good will
ambassadors in La tin-America is
Boston's Lincoln Kirstein, whose
American Ballet is making a tre-
mendous hit down there .
Greetings to our colleague. Josh
Levy, who, beginning with the
September issue, will be the
Broadway reporter for the B'nai
B'rith's National Jewish Month-
ly .. The page will be called
"Montage." and promises to be
very lively Fritz Kreisler's
recovery from his accident of last
Spring is making good progress
... He is now able to play the
piano, as a preliminary to get-
ting his fingers in shape for the
resumption of his fiddling .
Leslie Howard, whose expert
Iovemaking on the screen still
sets flapper hearts a-flutter, will
become a grandfather before
autumn comes .
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SMAKIKO, rUDDI
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2176
Permanent Calendar
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.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. O.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1266
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaQorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
Miami Beach
Mrs. Louis Margulits RtportiHp for Belli
DtvU (\mw'<. In Appreciation
Mrs. Jake Engler. general
chairman of Beth David Sister-
hood boat ride, wishes to thank
! her many friends for joining us
I last Tuesday, and helping with
| its greatest success both socially
and financially. Mrs. Engler al-
so wishes to express her special
gratitude to Norman Jacobs.
Louis Margulies and Charles
Roth for their splendid coopera-
tion, and also to Baby Diena
Meyers for her entertainment.
Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
the Sisterhood, assures all those
who were present on our boat
ride, the same delightful evening
on Monday. August 11th at the
Pepsi Cola Building, where cards,
bingo and mah jongg will be
enjoyed. Please remember the
date. Monday. August 11th at
8 p. m.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzciten whose
names are inscribed in our Me-
morial Book of Life will be ob-
served this month of Ab. The
anniversary candle is lit the eve-
ning before the English date
mentioned, and the kaddish be-
gins the same evening, until
sunset of the day mentioned.
Rivkah Devorah, mother of the
late Mrs. May Chisling, July 26;
Elizabeth Barber, mother of O.
Mary and Sarah Barber, July 28.
Etel. mother of Mrs. Hillman.
Aug. 1: Musa, mother of Mrs. Sol
Congregational
Regular services at Temple
Israel will be held this Friday
evening, July 25th, at 8:15 p. m.,
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiating.
Services at the Temple con-
tinue during the summer months,
with congregational participation
and singing.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Mrs. Sam-
uel Tunick, wife of Mr. Samuel
Tunick.
Yahrzeits: Sippie W. Apte,
mother of Helena Williams, and
grandmother of Day J. Apte and
R. W. Apte: Hugo Falkenstein,
father of Walter Fslkenstein; Joe
Cohen, brother of Mrs. Herman
Wronker; Jesse M. Hoffman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman;
Max Koftoff, father of Mrs. Si
Mendelson.
i ----------------------------
| Weinkle, Aug. 6; Yehuda Laeb.
! in memory of Louis Seitlin. Aug.
,7; Buena, mother of R. Bain.
Aug. 11; Reva Elka, mother of
Henry Friedburg, Aug. 27; Avro-
hom, father of Lillion Stine, Aug.
13; Mayer Pesach, father of J. M.
Kopelowitz, Aug. 15; Benyomin
Yaakov, father of Louis Gordon,
Aug. 17; Yehudah Laeb. father
of Isador and Joe Fine, Aug. 18;
Ester, mother of Mrs. William
Friedman, Aug. 21.
NOTICE
Mr. Norman Weisman is no
longer connected with Beth Da-
vid Congregation. For any in-
formation regarding affairs of
the congregation call 2-3892.
L. FREDERICK BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
912 Congress Building
Phone 2-7112
Res. Phone 7-5192
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FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1341
ITALIAN PAPER IN
WARNING AGAINST
RELAXING OF LAI
Rome (W N S>A warning
against any relaxation of the
rigid anti-Jewish laws in Italy
was sounded here by the violent-
ly anti-Semitic organ, II Tevere,
The article is believed to be
inspired from fascist party
sources and is designed to head
off forces which are pressing
for some amelioration of the laws.
"The reason why the Jewish
question has never been solved
in the past," the paper writes,
"is because there has invariably
appeared a reef in the racial
laws to which shipwrecked Jews
have clung tenaciously until
saved. The trouble with the
racial laws lies in the fact that
they always allow for exceptions
in their enforcement. Theso ex-
ceptions have in turn become as
much a part of the law as the
anti-Semitic nu-iisures them-
selves. That lias been the case
for centuries. It is because of
these failures of the racial laws
in the past, that we have the war
today."
The modifications of the racial
laws that have been proposed are
of a very mild sort. It is be-
lieved that they concern the ex-
emption of the offspring of inter-
marriage from the laws' seventy.
The Vatican has been pressing
persistently for ;i modification
along these lines.
ARAB LEADERS CONFER ON
CREATION OF FEDERATION
Cairo (W N S)Leaders from
Arab lands, it is reported, are
conferring here on plans for the
establishment of a Pan-Arab
federation, to include Palestine
and Trans-Jordan within its
scope.
Two plans have been brought
forward according to the report.
The first, proposed by Syrian
Arab leaders, provides for the
separation of religion from the
state, in order to win Jewish
! interest for the project. The Pan-
I Arab Federation under this plan
j would be composed of Syria.
| Lebanon. Palestine and Trans-
j Jordan with Damascus as the
' capital. The second plan eman-
ating from Iraq leaders, provides
for the inclusion of Iraq in the
Federation with Baghdad as the
capital. Nuri Said. Iraq minister
to Cairo, is reported to be strong-
ly in favor of the second pro-
posal.
MORE THAN HALF MILLION
POLES INTERNED IN RUSSIA
FRENCH JEWS. UNEMPLOYED.
BADLY IN NEED OF CHARITY
---------
Vichy (W N S)Almost all
French Jews are today unem-
ployed. This was revealed in a
report to a Jewish organization
here. The new anti-Jewish laws
barring Jews largely from com-
merce and excluding them from
almost all of the professions is
working havoc among them.
The offices of Jewish relief
institutions are thronged with
people appealing for aid, but
the organizations with so few
Jews earning a livelihood neces-
sarily have lean means to meet
the increased burden. The only
hope of Paris Jewry lies in aid
that may come from Jewish or-
ganizations abroad, the report
says.
London (WNS)According to
estimates of the Polish govern-
ment, some 600.000 Poles. Jews
and Ukranians were interned in
Russia. Of that number, ap-
proximately 200.000 were prison-
ers of war.
During the occupation of F.ast-
ern Poland, the Soviets annexed
250.000 Polish citizens of whom
50.00 wen.' released, chiefly those
born in the Soviet occupied Po-
land. Civilians deported from
the Vilna and Volhynis areas
were said to have been better
treated than those from Central
I Poland. The majority were ex-
| iled to Kazan. Kazakstan and
! Siberia.
BAN FRENCH JEWS
PROM JURY BOXES
FOR FIRST TIE
Vichy (WNS)The law against
Jews serving as jurors was ap-
plied for the first time in the
French courts today.
The names of two jurors
aroused the suspicions of the pre-
siding judge of the Court of
having its first sitting for the
year. Querying the jurors, they
admitted their Jewish origins
and were immediately ordered
out of the jury bex.
The Croix de Peuple. organ of
the anti-Semitic Jaques Doriot,
in an article demands more strin-
gent measures against Jewish
physicians. The article asserts
that 2.000 of the 6.000 doctors in
the Seine district in which Paris
is located, are Jews.
"Twenty-two per cent of the
whole French medical corps are
Jews, the anti-Semitic newspaper
writes, "and ninety of the doc-
tors, naturalized between 1920
and 1940 are Jews. The Jews
are even protected by certain
iberal circles from among whom
they obtain the signatures for
petitions in their favor." The
article calls for a decree limiting
Jewish doctors to two percent,
modeled after the law against
Jewish lawyers. "The Jewish
question dominates all problems
of the hour," the paper concludes.
BANS JEWISH ORDERS;
PROPERTY IS CONFISCATED
The seventh anniversary of the
death of Chaim Bialik was ob-
served in London recently.
London (WNS)The doom of
all Jewish organizational and
social life of Hungarian Jewry-
is sealed by new decrees of the
pro-Nazi government of Buda-
pest.
New laws, just announced, re-
quire the dissolution of all Jew-
ish organizations, political, econo-
mic and even social. The Jewish
sports clubs and charitable or-
ganizations must go out of exis-
tence. The buildings and other
property of the Jewish organiza-
tions are to be confiscated by
the government.
The new anti-Jewish decrees
also make void all contracts or
agreements between Jews and
non-Jews.
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JEWISH REFUGEES GET AID
DURING STOP OFF IN JAPAN
London (WNS)About half of
a total of 2181 Polish refugees
who took temporary refuge in
Japan, have left for a more per-
manent destination. This was
reported here by Dr. Ignacy
Schwartzbart, Jewish member of
the Polish National Council.
Some went to the United States,
others to Canada, the Central
American republics, Palestine
and Australia.
Efforts are being made by Dr.
Schwartzbart to obtain visas for
the Jews still remaining in Ja-
pan. Dr. Schwartzbart has also
been in communication with the
Jewish community in Kobe as
well as that of the countries to
which the refugees have gone,
with the view of providing for
them at their first coming.
CENSUS MAKES EVERYONE
ANSWER AS TO JEWISHNESS
Vichy (WNS)In a census to
b e conducted next month
throughout unoccupied France,
every Frenchman will have to
answer two questions with Jew-
ish significance One is: "Are
you of Jewish race" The second
is: "Are you French of Jewish
race."
AGUDAS ISRAEL
IS PICKETED M
IL
New York (WNS)Pickets of
the Joint Boycott Council paced
in front of the Orthodox Agudas
Israel offices here for the rerasal
of the latter organization to cease
sending private food packages
to relatives in Germany and Ger-
man-held territories. A letter was
sent last week by the Joint Boy-
cott Council to the Agudas Israel
warning them that they would be
picketed if they did not dis-
continue the practice.
The Agudas Israel in a state-
ment says that the Boycott Coun-
cil refused to arbitrate the mat-
ter. "We shall, therefore, take
the necessary steps to compel the
Council to prove that the Agudas
Israel is helping "to feed the
Nazis." by sending food parcels
to relatives of American J -ws.
"The sending of such pare Is, it
went on to say. is approved by
leading Jewish religious authori-
ties in America."
RETURNS TO CITY
Miss Mildred Berkowitz re-
cently returned to the city after
a five week's vacation visiting
with friends and relatives in
New York, Philadelphia and At-
lantic City.
REMOVAL OF UAHC OFFICES
OHIO TO WASHINGTON, D. C.
Cincinnati (WNS)The Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions may move its headquarters
from Cincinnati to Washington,
it is reported here. Chief among
those urging the transfer are Rab-
bi Edward L. Israel, new secre-
tary of the organization.
It is urged in favor of the move
that the location at Washington
"would facilitate cooperation with
inter-faith groups and other or-
ganizations actively dedicated to
the cause of democracy." Wash-
ington, the capital, offers other
advantageous contacts for the or-
ganization, it was said.
JEWISH SCHOLARS ELECTED
HEAD HOPOEL HAMIZRACHI
New York (WNS)The eigh-
teenth annual convention of the
Hapoel Hamizrachi of America
which closed its sessions at the
organization's Camp Hachsaara
elected Dr. Simon Fede'rbush,
well known Jewish scholar and
writer, as its president.
Dr. Federbush, former Chief
Rabbi of Finland, was one of the
founders of the Torah v'Avodah
movement, of which the Hapoel
Hamizrachi is an ouigrowth.
HERZL, BIALIK MEMORIAL
SERVICES HELD IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (WNS)The 37th
anniversary of the death of Theo-
dore Herzl, father of political
Zionism, and the 7th anniversary
of the death of Chaim Nacham
Bialik, Hebrew poet, were marked
with memorial services through-
out Palestine.
New York (WNS)More than
150 refugee rabbis have been
placed throughout the United
States by the National Commit-
tee on Refugee Service, ac-
cording to a statement by Albert
Abrahamson, executive director
of the NRS. Mostly the rabbis
have gone to small communities,
where there had never been a
rabbi beforeplaces too rural
and too small to interest Ameri-
can-trained-men.
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ARMY SAYS PAPER
London (WNS)Conflicting re-
actions met the publication of a
story in the London Daily
Sketch this week which said that
the British Government had
turned down the proposal for
the creation of a Jewish army in
Palestine.
"Tne British Government," the
Daily Sketch wrote, "declined to
form a Jewish national army for
which leading Jewish interests
are pressing. The Government
gav< ;*s its grounds that it can-
not allow sectional religious in-
terests in the army. The War
Office is of the opinion that Zi-
onists should join the ordinary
British regiments. The Jews
warn a Jewish army largely for
work in Palestine in order to
give them a bigger stake in the
country after the war."
The Executive of the Jewish
Agency declined to comment on
the report in the Daily Sketch.
The New Zionist Organization.
however, challenged the report.
"It is not true to say that the
British Government declined to
form a Jewish army. The gov-
ernment is. however, continually
offering objections," the New Zi-
onist Organization said.
Y.WJLA. FIRST AID CLASSES
UNDER SIDNEY HOLLANDER
Under the supervision and in-
struction of Sidney Hollander,
the Y. W. H. A. has inaugurated
a first-aid class at the Y club-
rooms, 1567 S. W. 5th St., under
the sponsorship of the American
Red Cross. Classes are open to
all men and women, members
and their friends.
Cognizant of the increasing de-
mand compelling the urgency of
first-aid instruction and knowl-
edge, the Young Women's He-
brew Association felt it obliga-
tory to start first-aid instruction
and will hold classes every
Thursday evening. When com-
pleted, the training will give the
individual the knowledge of do-
ing the proper thing at the prop-
er time and of knowing how to
care for minor injuries without
delay.
NAZIS INSPIRE NEW ANTI-
JEWISH BELGIAN SOCIETY
CIVILIAN JEWS SUFFERED
NO CASUALTIES IN WAR
.salem (WNS)The civil-
ian Syrian Jews suffered no cas-
ualties during the war just end-
ed within their borders, it was
disclosed, when contact between
Palestine and Syria returned to
normal.
Jewish refugees from Poland
whe were given temporary ref-
uge m Cyprus will soon proceed
to Rhodesia, it was announced
hen The group consists of sev-
eral hundred people, including a
nurr.cer of journalists.
Vichy (W N S)Inspired by
Nazi influences, a new anti-Sem-
itic organization called ""National
anti-Jewish Center" has been
launched in Brussels, according
to the Belgian press reaching
Vichy. The new organization an-
nounces that it will "study the in-
fluence exercised by Jews over
Belgian cultural, social and ec-
onomic life and will recommend
measures for the elimination of
this influence."
NAZIS STOP DEPARTURE OF
EMIGRANTS FROM BELGIUM
Lisbon (WNS)Jews in Bel-
gium are not being allowed to
leave the country. The Nazi
authorities are denying exit
visas to would-be emigrants, who
are holders of visas to overseas
lands, it was reported today.
Among these are a number who
were ready to leave for the Uni-
ted States.
According to word reaching
here from Vichy, the Chief Rab-
bi of the Sephardic Jewish com-
munity in Paris, Dr. Nissim Ov-
adia, is among the Jews whose
naturalization has been revoked
by the French authorities.
UIHHE UP
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By WES K. FREIHERD
in cooperation with The
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Service
An Expose of Un-Ameri-
can Activities in the United
States.
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German Bishops Brand Coughlin
"Liar"
In his eagerness to support the
Nazi claim that the invasion of
Russia is a Holy Crusade, Charles
E. Coughlin rushed into print
with an article in the July 7 is-
sue of Social Justice describing
the German Church*s absolute
endorsement of the Third Reich
and its war efforts. The Royal
Oak liar enthusiastically stated
that German Bishops are "now
united in their approval and sup-
port of Germany's war on Rus-
sia." and he added:
"The fact is that the German
Catholic bishops are unanimous
in their statement that Germany's
war on Russia is a battle for
Christianity."
Lest there be any doubt in the
minds of his readers about Nazi
qualifications to conduct a re-
ligious war. Father Coughlin
carefully listed the "Christian"
aspects of Der Fuehrer's regime:
"Hitler has been opposed to
the international godless Jews
from the beginning. And from
the beginning of this conflict,
the international godless Jew has
dominated Soviet Russia, Britain
and the United States. It is true
that Hitler has persecuted Jews
and Christians. Yet he has killed
none; he has not banned relig-
ion. Aside from the military as-
pects involved in the Russo-Gcr-
man war, Hitler has won a great
victory in the minds of Chris-
tians throughout the world."
German Bishops Disagree With
Coughlin
On the very day that this is-
sue of Social Justice appeared
on the streets, the press through-
out the country featured an As-
sociated Press dispatch, which
the New York Times Headlined:
"Catholic Bishops in Germany
Assail Nazis for Church Policy
in First Protest Since War." The
AP story reported that the Bi-
shops of Greater Germany had
appealed to Catholics to stand
fast in their faith at a time when
"existence or non-existence of
Christianity" in Germany was at
stake. A pastoral letter written
by the German Bishops pointed
out that the policies of the Third
Reich constituted a grave men-
ace to the Church, and that Nazi
idelogists were offering the Ger-
man people a specious choice be-
tween "Christ and the Father-
land."
Bishop Hurley on Nazis
Further evidence of the at-
titude of the Catholic clergy to-
ward the "Christian" aims of
Nazi Germany came in the United
States in a speech delivered by
Bishop Joseph B. Hurley of the
Roman Catholic Diocese of St.
Augustine, Florida. In his ad-
dress, "Papal Pronouncements
and American Foreign Policy,"
which was broadcast over the
Columbia network. Bishop Hud-
ley ridiculed the idea that Hit-
ler's attack upon the Soviet Union
represented a "holy crusade
against Communism" The Bi-
shop declared that the Nazis re-
main the No. 1 enemy of Ameri-
ca.
In this connection, it is worth
recalling an address delivered
by Bishop Hurley on April 30th
at the Florida State Convention
of the National Council of Catho-
lic Women. At that time the
Bishop stated:
"Communism is still our enemy.
But I am also convinced that, in
point of urgency if not in point
of teaching. Communism has now
ceded its primacy to National
Socialism.
"... today, the first enemy of
our humanitykiller of our
priests, despoiler of our temples,
London (W N S)The Polish
Premiere, General Sikorski, re-
ceived a delegation of the Board
of Deputies of British Jews and
discussed with them questions af-
fecting Polish-Jewish relations.
Polish matters were touched
off from another angle also this
week when the Council of Polish
Jews in Britain protested against
Polish broadcasts over the British
Broadcasting Corporation station.
It was charged that many of the
broadcasts had an anti-Jewish
bias, and that the broadcaster,
in reporting the liberal views of
General Sikorski recently ex-
pressed, deleted all of the Pre-
mier's references to the Jews.
TAKEN IHK
London (WNS)More than 1,-
000 Jewish soldiers who were
taken prisoners by the Nazis on
the Greek front face the threat
of wholesale death by the firing
squad, it was reported here
The Nazi plan to shoot the en-
tire group of Jewish soldiers is
held in check only by fear that
Britain will as a reprisal, exe-
cute the same number of Ger-
man prisoners of war
The Nazis contend as justifi-
cation for their plan that the
Jewish soldiers who fought under
Palestine's colors were really not
Palestinians, but Polish, Czech,
Lithuanian Jews and that since
the countries of their origin are
now Nazi territory, the Jewish
soldiers may be regarded not as
soldiers, but as rebels. Further-
more, they contend, that there is
no such independent community
as Palestine and that Palestine
close relatives behind in certain is also not a British province,
"unfriendly countries" and ter- j hence no justification exists at
ritories occupied by them would all for their participation in the
ITALIAN JEWS ARE WORRIED
OF U. S. IMMIGRATION RULES
Rome (WNS)The new U. S.
regulations with respect to the
admission of refugees is working
great harm on Jewish refugees
in Italy as well as on Italian
Jews who had hoped to escape
from Italy.
The decision of the United
States government, that the ad-
mission of immigrants who left
constitute a peril to American
interests because of possible in-
timidations, has brought with it
fighting.
Some efforts arc being made to
have the International Red Cross
a great many disillusionments to intervene in their behalf, but
and personal catastrophies among the fate that awaits the Jewish
refugees and native Jews, Act-
ually, it is said that the intimi
soldiers will be tragic, even if
spared death by the firing squad,
dation of relatives of emigrants j They are being short rationed and
has not been practiced in Italy otherwise not treated on the same
and there is little likelihood of level as other prisoners of war.
such a practice being inaugurated i __________________
in this country.
the foe of all we love both as
Americans and as Cathol'csis
the Nazi."
CoughlinGoebbels Crusade
It is apparent that when "Fa-
ther" Coughlin defends the Nazi
war on the Soviets as a Holy
Crusade, he is not speaking for
the Church. He is merely echo-
ing the propaganda blasts of Dr.
Paul Joseph Goebbels.
BULGARIA WOULD TAKE
FIFTH OF JEWISH WEALTH
London (W N S)Bulgarian
Jews must turn over to the gov-
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wealth belonging to them. A
decree to that effect has just
been put into effect. The gov-
ernment authorities said that they
anticipated the measure would
yield them approximately $15.-
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FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1941

1 he ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
Thic column, a regular feature, aims to
familiarise the Jewish public with various
fhases of the problems which concern
ADL. As fart of its service, readers are
mi-ited to address questions on current
Jetvish problems to the writer at 81" Sey-
bold Building, Miami. Replies will be made
either in this column or in direct corres-
pondence. Often individuals hear loose
charges made about the Jewish group or
ha-.e non-Jewish fi lends who harbor
conceptions which they cannot clarify be-
cause of inadequate information. Inquir-
ies of this kind are especially welcome.
'1 he name of the questioner will be held in
the st-iciest confidence il he so desires.
Nazi Technique
An interesting oceurence this
week in Orlando, Florida, shed
additional light upon the tech-
niques being employed by the
Nazi government in this coun-
try to undermine the thinking of
American youth.
Mrs. Frieda Ollenberg. a wo-
man of German birth and the
mother of two sons, born in this
country and citizens of the United
States, wrote a letter to the Or-
lando Morning Sentinel in which
she told that her sons had been
recruited by German agents to
serve as soldiers in the Nazi
army.
The letter said in part: "I
would be grateful to you if you
would warn the people of Flo-
rida of just what is happening
here in Florida so that they will
wake up The Germans in
Florida and all over the United
States of America are being ap-
proached by many Nazi agents
who tell them that their duty to
the Fatherland comes first .
I do hope this letter will stop
other Americans from joining or
listening to these Nazi agents as
my two foolish sons have done.
I am enclosing an Iron Cross I
received from the Imperial Ger-
man Government which I re-
ceived for the death of my hus-
band in the first World War.
This cross stands for everything
that is wicked, false, murderous
and against the teachings of
Christianity.
Display this in your newspaper
so most of the Germans here may
know how we feel in the United
States of America, even though
they enjoy the freedom of this
grand country."
A sad comentary upon the axis
invasion of this country which
already is under way!
German-American Fatherland
For the past several years the
A. D. L. has been engaged in the
distribution of literature ex-
posing the machinations of these
un-American propagandists. As
far back as 1934 we indicated the
inroads which Nazi propaganda
had been making into our schools
and public libraries. Several
weeks ago the local press re-
ported the existence of Nazi
propaganda in two of the librar-
ies in our own community. One
of these was the book "Unser
Amerika," written by a notorious
Nazi agent, Colin Ross.
The scheme of this book, which
achieved quite a circulation, par-
ticularly since one of the volumes
was on the shelves of a Miami
educational institution, is briefly
contained in the following quo-
tation: "The German living
abroad is either National Social-
ist or nothing. It is your duty
to remain in your host land a
granite block of Germandom."
And again, "Unser Amerika
means creating an America which
is truly a German American's
fatherland. The first few thou-
sand and at least the hundreds
of thousands of Germans who
year after year cross the Atlantic,
give us Germans the right to say
Our America.'"
To The Youth
In 1937, in an article written
in Stuttgart and reprinted for
wide circulation in this country,
the Nazi propagandists addressed
themselves particularly to the
German youth in the United
States, saying:
"The program of the young
German Americans, no matter to
which organizations or clubs they
belong, is to bring the Germans
in the United States back to the
great community of blood and
fate of all Germans. To this end
the spiritual regeneration of the
Germans after the model of the
Homeland is necessary."
Such must have been the type
of propaganda which infuenced
these two Orlando boys and made
them ready prey for the re-
cruiting officers of the German
Reich. Perhaps this incident
will call attention to the serious-
ness of a problem which still is
being taken too lightly by the
majority of the American people.
e S
A. D. L. Handbook
Representatives in the ADL
Council this week were the re-
cipients of the ADL Handbook,
containing such basic informa-
tion about the Greater Miami
Jewish organizations as the
names of their officers, date of
election, size of membership,
time and place of meeting, date
of founding, purpose, etc.
In addition, the Handbook in-
cludes a graphic presentation of
the activities of the Anti-Defa-
mation League. Although mod-
est in size and scope, the 36-page
booklet has special importance
because it is the first publica-
tion of its kind to be issued in
Greater Miami.
D. J. Apte, chairman of the
Florida Regional Office of the
ADL. in a letter accompanying
the Handbook, states in part:
"This Handbook is for your con-
fidential information as a repre-
sentative of an organization co-
operating in our work and is not
intended for general circulation.
We hope that the information it
contains will facilitate your inter-
organizational contacts, as well
as acquaint you further with the
program of the Anti-Defamation
League."
Special mention should be made
of the cooperation rendered by
the Jewish Floridian in the pre-
paration and publication of the
ADL Handbook. Mr. Fred Sho-
chet contributed in a very ma-
terial way to its issuance.
eat and drink
AT
JENKINS' LITHE INN
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. I St
NECESSARY TO USE
IN GAS COOKING
Homemakers who prepare
food on gas ranges will suffer
no inconvenience by turning in
one or more of their used alum-
inum utensils to the office of civ-
ilian defense, in cooperation
with, the nationwide collection
which started officially July 21,"
C. D. Littlefield. general manag-
er of the Peoples Water and Gas
Company, Miami Beach, declared
today.
"This is because any kind of
cooking utensil can be used on a
gas range, whereas this is unfor-
tunately not the case with cer-
tain other types of ranges which
call for the use of special types
and shapes of aluminum ware.
"All who cook with gas can
easily contribute one or more
used aluminum pots and pans for
national defense. Remember that
all types and shapes of cooking
utensils can be used with gas
ranges: you aren't limited to the
use of aluminum containers.
That's an important point right
now to keep in mind in purchas-
ing a new range."
More than half of America's
housewives use gas ranges and
are accustomed to cooking with
a variety of wares, Mr. Little-
field explained. These include
enamel, tin, flame-proof glass,
stainless steel, copper and copper
clad steel, oven-china and pot-
tery.
If every homemaker in Amer-
ica who cooks with gas contrib-
utes one aluminum utensil to the
national defense program, the
pile of pots and pans will be in-
creased by 17.500,000 pieces he
said. This will be the greatest
collection of worn aluminum
cooking utensils the world has
ever seenin fact, the pile will
surpass that stacked up by the
housewives of England in a sim-
ilar drive during the early days
of the war.
'ai B'nth &jj$ Note
B'nai
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JEWISH REFUGEE GROUPS IN
LONDON PUSH CAMPAIGN
London (WNS)Jewish refu-
gee groups here held a series
of meetings to formulate plans
lor Jewish participation in the
sensational "V" movement now
sweeping Europe. Jewish refu-
gees from all European countries
now under Nazi domination dis-
cussed ways and means of fur-
thering the underground victory
movement in their native coun-
tries.
INFORMATION WANTED
HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
sSealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOU?
Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM
SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
SALT BUTTER COTTAOE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
SOY ACIDOPHILUS
We Sincerely Believe That There
it No Better Dairy Product Than
HOME MILK
"Information is being sought of
Samuel (George) Miller who has
failed to contribute to the sup-
port of his minor son, living with
his mother in New York City,
since 1936, as a result of which
the boy is in destitute circum-
stances and dependent upon the
public charities. Mr. Miller, who
is believed to be in Florida, was
born in New York City in 1895,
is 5 ft. 8 in. tall, weighed 190 lbs.,
has black hair and blue eyes, may
have a moustache, and was em-
ployed as a production or inside
man in a dress factory.
Also information is being
sought of William Cohn, alias
Cole, who has failed to contrib-
ute to the support of his wife,
Henrietta, since January, 1941.
as a result of which she is in des-
titute circumstances and depend-
ent on the public charities. Mr.
Cohn, who is believed to be in
Florida, was born in New York
some 50 years ago, is 5 ft. 7 in.
tall, has sandy hair, brown eyes,
clean shaven, has ruddy com-
plexion, and is a chauffeur.
Anyone aware of the location
of the two above named men is
requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau,
67 West 47th Street, New York
City.
I intend to visit the FBI office
soon because I suspect sabotage.
Well, it really isn't as serious as
all that. Last week I told about
the golf tournament and gave the
results. However, unfortunately,
the name of Dave Catsman did
not appear. And Dave broke a
hundred, too. That's what makes
it serious. Anyone breaking 100
deserves to have his name in
print.
Brother Morris Wroobel, dep-
uty sheriff of Dade county, just
dropped in. Bro. "Moish" was a
sight for sore eyes. For the last
three months he has been seri-
ously ill and recently underwent
an operation. It was good to see
you up and around again, Mor-
ris, and I know all your brothers
in Sholem Lodge are looking for-
ward to seeing you.
There is a rumor afloat that
H. H. Hyman. chairman of the
USO fund drive in Dade county,
fainted the other day. The story
is that Jennie Rotfort, on be-
half of the Auxiliary, presented
him with a check lor $705.10 and
he passed out. This is the larg-
est donation by any organization
in Dade county. Too much praise
cannot be given to the women
who did such a marvelous job.
Not satisfied with having done
such a wonderful job on the USO
drive the Auxiliary is taking it
upon itself to do some more so-
cial service work. Recently they
received a letter from President
Monsky mentioning the urgent
need for funds for the Denver
Hospital. As you know, this is
one of the charitable institutions
that is maintained by B'nai
B'rith. The Auxiliary has decid-
ed to start a campaign in the
near future to raise funds for
this great institution. Some men-
tion has also been made to look
after the interests of the Leo N.
Levi Memorial Hospital. Frank-
ly, I've never seen such an am-
bitious program that the Auxil-
iary has taken on for itself this
year. The above are just a few.
The Auxiliary in a comparative-
ly short time has made a won-
derful name for itself and I
think every woman in this com-
munity ought to join it.
The other evening Jennie Rot-
fort very proudly told me that
she had just received word from
the national office that District
Five Auxiliary had won a lov-
ing cup for having increased its
membership more than any other
district. I think a great deal of
the impetus comes from the dy-
namic personality and hard work
of Sister Jennie. Jennie, as you
all should know, is local Auxil-
iary president, state president,
and district president, all at one
and the same time.
The Sholem Lodge Softball
team is getting in shape with a
vengeance. Every Sunday morn-
ing at Flamingo Park games are
held with the Civic League. Thus
far it is almost even up. This
past Sunday the teams broke
even in a double header. How-
ever, the piece de resistance
came during the third game. Yes,
believe it or not, we played
three games Sunday morning.
Look for the sunburns- and the
limps for proof. The third game
was a challenge match between
a picked team of A. Z. A. boys
from Atlanta, Miami Beach, and
Miami against our Sholem Lodge
stalwarts. The boys razzed the
"old men" but in vain. In a
thriller-diller the Lodge won 10
to 9. With the Lodge leading 10
to 7 going into tne last inning,
the boys put across two runs and
had the tying and winning runs
on base with but one out. How-
ever, the Lodge came through
sensationally with a double play
to bring the game to a success-
ful ending. We are looking for-
ward to the next game between
the chapters and the Lodge. It
ought to be as exciting as a
World Series.
Incidentally, your correspond-
ent is pleased to have received
this week a letter from Brother
Julius Fisher, secretary of the
district, informing me of my ap-
pointment as state representative
to the District A. Z. A. Commit-
tee.
The picnic committee, headed
by Brother Sam Silver, has been
meeting regularly, preparing for
the finest outing the Lodge has
ever held. Originally, the all
day affair was scheduled for July
27th, but the facilities at Greyn-
olds Park on that day were not
available. So, the affair was
postponed until Aug. 3rd. Then
we learned that that day was a
Jewish fast day so-o-o-o unless
and until something else hap-
pens our picnic will be held at
Greynolds Park on Sunday. Aug.
10th. The committee has ar-
ranged for games for large and
small, young and old. Prizes
will be awarded lor the winners
of every event. Plenty of r< -
freshments will be served gratis
Jewish soldiers, sailors and ma-
rines will be our guests, and to-
gether with the Auxiliary, the
two junior Auxiliaries, the two
A. Z. A. chapters, and the mem-
bers of the Lodge and their fami-
lies a tremendous crowd is ex-
pected and a rip roaring time
promised to all. Every wife is
expected to prepare a basket of
food for her own family and in
addition enough victuals for one
guest of the Lodge. Next week
I'll give you more details but in
the meantime don't forget the
date, August 10th, for the annual
B'nai B'rith picnic, and arrange
to come with a party.
MIAMI AZA NO. 322
At the last meeting of the
Miami Chapter of AZA, the
chapter had the pleasure of hav-
ing Miss Barbara Garfunkel.
teacher of Journalism at Miami
High school, and also the fac-
ulty sponsor of the Miami Times,
school paper, one of the best high
school papers in the country.
The subject of her address was
"The Seven Types of Propagan-
da" in which she discussed the
different types of propaganda
and gave examples of how Ger-
many and England are feeding
this country with propaganda.
After her talk she anrwered all
questions that were asked in ref-
erence to propaganda.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone hartn* article* of
clothing, furniture, etc, that
are not being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dle* Auxiliary of tbe Jewlsti
Welfare Bureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained oj
them.
If You Cannot Brlns These
to the
RUMMAGE BTOSE
Located at 1*7 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartz, 8-7196
Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-1517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 6-4ZW
Jewish Welfare Office, S-SS77
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 8 18*4
and they will be called for
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