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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 14No. 31
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
TO
TOUR COUNTRIES
JAPANESE FORBID USE OF
OLD TESTAMENT IN KOREA
New York (WNS)Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, chairman of the Ad-
ministrative Committee of the
World Jewish Congress, departed
for an extended tour of Central
and South American countries,
via Pan-American Airways, to
discuss with government leaders
and representatives of Jewish
communities a number of under-
takings relating to the future of
Jewish life in Europe.
Dr. Goldmann will visit Mex-
ico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Pan-
ama, Trinidad. Brazil. Uruguay
and Chile. A number of import-
ant conferences with outstanding
statesmen of these countries have
been arranged, and their coopera-
tion in bringing about an even-
tual restoration of rights to Jews
in Europe at the end of the war
will be sought.
During his stay in these coun-
tries, Dr. Goldmann will help
to launch a number of activities
in support of the efforts of the
World Jewish Congress for the
relief and reconstruction of Jew-
ish life in Europe. Dr. Gold-
mann will also pave the way for
the participation of these com-
munities in the Inter-American
Jewish Conference to be held in
Washington, D. C, October 26,
27, and 28, with the consent of
the State Department of the
United States.
Washington (WNS) Japanese
authorities have forbidden the
use of the Old Testament in all
Christian churches and schools
in Korea, according to informa-
tion received here by Kilssok
Haan, representative of the Sino-
Korcan People's League.
Mr. Haan voiced the belief that
the banning of the Old Testa-
ment in Korea indicated a desire
on the part of the Japanese to
prevent Koreans from becoming
familar with the early history
of the Jews and their efforts to
gain freedom.
PROPAGANDISTS
NAZIS SPONSOR CONTEST
FOR ANTI-JEWISH POSTER
Stockholm (WNS)The Ger-
man Academy of Graphic Arts
has announced a contest for the
best poster depicting "Jewish-
Bolshevik world domination," it
was announced here. The theme
of the contest is that "Bolshevism
is a product of Jewish world
domination and a menace to
civilization."
The Nazi Academy has posted
prizes of 10,000, (5.000 and 3,000
marks for the three winning
posters which will be distributed
throughout Nazi occupied Eu-
rope.
IN THE UKRAINE
London (WNS)With the Nazi
blitzkreig stalled both on the mil-
itary and propaganda fronts, Nazi
propagandists attempted to give
their anti-Jewish campaign a
much-needed shot in the arm
by reviving stories of the Mendel
Beilis ritual murder trial which
shocked the entire world several
decades ago.
It will be recalled that Beilis,
who later came to the United
States, was arrested and accused
of murdering a Christian child
several days before Passover in
order to use the child's blood in
the preparation of matzoth.
Obviously false testimony at
the trial brought world-wide pro-
test which even officials of Czar-
ist Russia could not ignore and
eventually resulted in Beilis' re-
lease.
The Nazi spokesman declared
that Beilis was released at the
insistence of wealthy Jews in the
United States and Great Britain.
Ukrainians were urged to avenge
the child's death by organizing
mass pogroms against the Jews.
HUNGlTOSES
JASGHA HE1FETZ
GIVES PRACTICE
VIOLIN TO DRIVE
New York ( WNS ) Jascha
Heifetz, world famous Jewish
violinist, has contributed his
aluminum practice violin, valued
at 100. to the national drive for
scrap aluminum. Before present-
ing the violin to Mayor La
Guardia, director of the Office of
Civilian Defense. Mr. Heifetz
played a few notes for the mayor.
The mayor immediately an-
nounced that he would auction
off the instrument and buy that
much aluminum. "Any violin
that Heifetz has played on will
not be destroyed," he said. The
mayor received a bid of $25 but
held out for more money.
The aluminum violin has been
used as a practice instrument by
Mr. Heifetz in climates where a
wooden instrument would be
warped and cracked by the at-
mosphere. The mayor described
the gift as the "most precious"
contribution so far in the alum-
inum drive.
NAZIS WILL "REMEMBER"
PALESTINE'S OFFER OF AID
London (WNS) The offer
made by Histadruth, Palestine's
Jewish labor federation, to aid
Soviet Russia in its war against
Germany, will be "remembered"
when the day of reckoning comes
the Nazi radio warned Palestine
Jewry.
The Jews will some day pay
dearly, the Nazi spokesman de-
clared, for the fact that Palestine
Jewry offered to aid the Vienna
Socialists in 1934. expressed sym-
pathy for the loyalists in the
Spanish Civil War, and now
voiced readiness to help Russia.
LITHUANIAN. LATVIA JEWS
SEIZED FOR FORCED LABOR
Lisbon (WNS)Nazi military
authorities in Lithuania and Lat-
via, territories wrested from the
Russians in the early stages of
the German-Soviet war, have or-
dered 10,000 Jews to report for
compulsory labor service, it was
reported here.
The report added that the Jews
will be used to strengthen Nazi
fortifications and to rebuild
roads and bridges destroyed by
Red Air Force bombings. The
additional 10.000 Jews pressed
into special labor gangs by the
Nazis, it was estimated here,
swells the army of Jews working
in slave-labor gangs in Eastern
Europe to 250.000.
The work the Jews are being
compelled to do, it was pointed
out here, is extremely dangerous
in addition to being back-break-
ing. The roads and bridges are
under constant air attacks from
the Red Air Fleet. The Jews
work in day and night shifts
under the surveillance of Nazi
troops. They are not compen-
sated for their work.
B A R MARRIAGES
Lisbon (WNS)Declaring that
all Jews are Communist agents
working in behalf of the Soviet
Government, Hungary ordered
the closing of most of the syna-
gogues in cities having a large
Jewish population.
Government spokesmen were
reported as saying that the Jews
used the synagogues to hold Com-
munist meetings and to plot in-
trigues against the Government.
The closing of the synagogues,
they said, would give the Jews
no opportunity to meet together
and further their schemes.
The Hungarian Parliament has
voted, 76 to 50, forbidding Jews
to marry or to have extra-mari-
tal relations with Gentiles. A
sharp debate between pro and
anti-Nazis preceded the vote with
many influential deputies op-
posing the bill.
The pro-Nazi press in Budapest
immediately launched a vicious
campaign against the deputies
who opposed the bill, alluding to
them as "Jewish messenger boys"
T1SHA I'll RITES
TO AID WARTIME
LAND PROGRAM
New York (WNS)The recital
of Jeremiah's Lamentations will
be followed in synagogues
throughout the nation by appeals
for the wartime program of the
Jewish National Fund, as Ameri-
can Jewry will on Saturday eve-
ning. August 2. and Sunday, Aug-
ust 3 gather for Tisha B'Av ser-
vices in commemoration of the
1872nd anniversary of the de-
struction of Jerusalem and the
burning of the Temple by the
Roman legions.
Describing the 9th day of the
Hebrew month Av not only as a
religious day of mourning but as
a traditional "drive against de-
featism" and as a call to hope,
the Jewish National Fund urged
congregants and worshipers to
mark Tisha B'Av by contributing
towards the "Land for Food"
wartime program of the agency
which is redeeming the soil of
Palestine as national property.
Taking as its motto the ancient
tradition recorded in the Jerusa-
lem Talmud that "on the day
when the Temple was destroyed
Messiah was born," the Jewish
National Fund issued an appeal
in which the organization's coun-
cil's and committees in all parts
of the country were urged to
make special efforts in connection
with the observance of Tisha
B'Av. for the Fund's wartime
program in Palestine.
DR. WEIZMANN REPORTED
WORKING ON SUPER-BOMB
New York (W N S)Arthur
Hale, Transradio Press news com-
mentator, declared in a broad-
cast over Station WOR that Dr.
Chaim Weizmann is perfecting
a new high explosive which will,
"so we are told, far exceed in
power anything previously seen
on the face of the earth."
URGEU.S.TOOPEN
VISA OFFICE FOR
AIO TO REFUGEES
Lisbon (WNS)The United
States was urged by leaders of
refugee-aid programs here to set
up a visa office at the Vatican
to rescue hundreds of European
Jewish refugees stranded in Italy
by the order closing all American
consulates in that country.
With the U. S. consulates in
Italy closed, refugees find it vir-
tually impossible to secure visas
since they cannot gain access to
consulates in other countries. It
was pointed out (hat 13 Euro-
pean Jewish refugees, who were
supposed to receive visas to
America, had been arrested and
sent to concentration camps in
Southern Italy when the Ameri-
can offices were closed.
While all American consular
officials in Italy have been with-
drawn. Myron C. Taylor is still
recognized as President Roose-
velt's envoy to the Vatican. It
was suggested here that the State
Department discuss with Pope
Pius XIII the possibility of es-
tablishing a visa bureau as part
of Mr. Taylor's office.
BY
AID REQUESTS 01
New York (WNS)Not since
the crucial days of November.
1938not even excepting the
days following Germany's occu-
pation of France and the Low
Countries have the offices of the
National Refugee Service been
so crowded with anxious rela-
tives and friends seeking affi-
davit information and help under
the new governmental rulings,
according to Albert Abrahamson,
executive director of the NRS.
"Though it had been an-
nounced in the press, the new-
procedure took people by sur-
prise, and thousands of persons
with family ties still abroad
came to the office immediately
for aid and information. Many
were bewildered because they
had previously met all immigra-
tion requirements and even had
booked passage for their friends
or relativesall of which had be-
come invalid because American
consuls had left European cities
and there was complete bewild-
erment as to what would happen
now," he said.
"It should be underscored that
the regulations are not intended
to, and will not ban immigration
of refugees. The measures are
protective ones taken during a
period of serious national emer-
gency."
NAZIS
CALLING JEWISH
*
CHIEF YUGOSLAVIAN RABBI
IS NOW SAFE IN PALESTINE
New York (WNS)Chief Rabbi
Alkalay of Yugoslavia and his
family have arrived safely in
Palestine after a dangerous
flight from Yugoslavia, after the
Nazi attack, according to a ca-
blegram received by the World
Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Alkalay had previously
been reported killed in the Nazi
invasion of Yugoslavia. Rabbi
Alkalay's first thought upon ar-
rival on safe terrain was for his
fellow Jews in Yugoslavia. In a
cabled message, he asked the
World Jewish Congress to inter-
vene in their behalf.
Istanbul (W N S)Following
the lead of Nazi Germany, the
anti-Semitic Government of Ru-
mania has ordered all Jewish
doctors, dentists and nurses to
report for immediate hospital
duty, it was reported here. The
order was issued, it was learned,
after a survey disclosed that Ru-
manian doctors were inadequate
to cope with the steadily mount-
ing wounded Rumanian troops
returning from the Russian front.
The Russian Red Army is
taking a tremendous toll of the
combined German and Rumanian
troops. All hospitals in Bucha-
rest and other large Rumanian
cities are taxed to capacity. The
shortage of competent medical
men in Rumania is acute.
A similar situation in Nazi Ger-
many recently resulted in a Nazi
order to Jewish doctors, hitherto
barred from practice, to report
to military hospitals. Severe
penalties were provided for Jew-
ish doctors and nurses who refuse
to comply with the order.
EUROPEAN JEWISH REFUGEES
ARE BEATEN BY JAPANESE
Shanghai (W N S)Scores of
European Jewish refugees were
among the hundred? of persons
beaten and mauled by Japanese
marines in the Honkew section
of the International Settlement
following the fatal shooting of a
Japansese Navy warrant officer,
supposedly by Chinese terrorists.
While searching for the terror-
ists, the Japanese marines forced
their way into Jewish refugee
camps and beat many of the in-
ternees. Several young Jewish
girls charged that the marines
had kicked them. Hongkew was
searched house by house, with
the occupants forced to wait all
night outside in a driving rain.
DR. WEIZMANN. WZO HEAD.
ARRIVES SAFELY IN LONDON
London (W N S) Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine and of
the World Zionist Organization,
has arrived safely in London
after his trip from New York.


PAGE TWO
*Jei&ncrMfor
FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1941
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
BIRTHS
Morris Binder of Miami Beach
left this week for an extensive
summer vacation.

Mrs. Isador Cohen left for New-
York City where she expects to
remain until September.

Mr and Mrs. Henry Shier and
daughter. Sandra left today for
:t short visit to Macon. Get |

Mrs B Sirkin and so:-. Reuben
left Monday for Nashville. Tenn
when thej will visit with friends
and relatives

William Clein ..:..: Dr B .'
nan have returned :':
two week's trip t< Wash
New York

Mr am Mrs M Rifas left
Wednesday for Chicag and N<
York where they remain
Septem

Befi Cohen of Mian I
heft l -: for combined
fur trip i N a
York :' :

:!: and Mr? V. .: Mi
fter a :x
week's motor trip visiting Call-
: r: ..- and th< r at | arks

:- M<} er Klugman I 5
.: rgia is spending several
.. -..- rith Mr. and Mrs Nathan
--. and .. '. I i and
-. -in-ls Mr nd Mrs. C rles

Mr and Mrs Irving Appie-
nce the birth of a
daughter. Linda Phlyis. July 27th
at St Francis Hospital
CameO
THEATRE
Washington Are. at 15th
MIAMI BEACH
FRIDAY. AUG. 1st ONLY
ELLERY QUEEN'S
PENTHOUSE
MYSTERY"
RALPH BELLAMY
MA3GABE7 LINDSAY
SAT. TrZ?.'J MON.
cUKSOR 24
A Mi", r.z-tr^t := -
C-T *-i: KtTer Sleeps
-ADVENTURE IN
WASHINGTON"
3BOT MARSHALL
wmamuk much
Guests of Mrs R Dechovitz of
Miami Beach are Miss Max But-
ler. Mr and Mrs More: and Mr
and Mrs Pieston of At

Mrs Jennie Rotfort accorapan-
k .: ; : pan nta Mr and Mrs
...- Hart] nd Mrs C. O Abel.
left this week for a visit 1 Neti
York

Miss Ruth Blausu in I New
Y rk City, niece .: Mr. and Mm
L uis '' s, is vacationii -
at the Poinciana Hotel Miami
Beach

Burnett R -:.-. left Sunday 'or a
three week's vacation I Pain
Beach Day. na B ... and Look-
out Mountain Chatta toga,
T niM ssee

Miss Mars Tabachick
Mm H Dechoviu is visiting her
Sisur ..:..: i. ro'.r.-.r-ir.-'.aw. Mr. and
Mrs Harry D Barn tl in Mem-
: .-see

Mr. and Mrs Max Minuer and
,h:-r; n Eth< I and J o n tui
fir m a month's vacation .siting
Net* York City, Saral _..
Sir-.,;; and New Jersey.

Bemadim Roth, daughter of
i Mr and Mrs. Nat Rcth. will leave
S.i'._:o..\ : : .-.\ week's vaca-
Ition isiting Daytor.a Beach. Hen-
nville and New York City

Rabbi Louis J. Swiskow of
j Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting with
I his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
i Swiskow for two weeks Mr
j Swiskow is Gobai of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.

Mr and Mrs Max Ankman are
I spending two weeks m New
York They will visit their
children and the national offices
.:' the Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation.

Mr ?-!rs. Louis Markus
..-. this week for a two month's
vacation They will visit Mt
Claremont N Y. and later join
their daughter Lillian a: Unset
ti spending the


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ORGANGATIONS
Last Saturday afternoon at the
Spinoza Forum Dr. Abraham
Wolfsn explained why Spinoza
. had such magnificent influence
' on most of the great Scientists.
Philosophers and Poets of the
' World. The discussion after the
lecture was led by Dr. George B.
Lieberman. Rabbi of Wheeling.
' West Virginia. Mr. Sperling of
1 Birmingham. Alabama. Miss
Blankenburg and Morton Rosen-
berg of Miami Beach. Miss Ruth
Brotman. well known dramatic
soprano, sang. Dr. Wolfson will
give the 8th lecture on Spinoza,
in this summer course again this
Saturday on the topic. "Spinoza's
Idea of Human Happiness."
DEATHS
Word has been received, from
Chicago, of the de3th of I. Swam,
long time resident of Miami. He
was the father of Max. Joe. Sam
and Mrs. Norma Rubin of Miami.
Mrs. Rebecca Levit of Boston and
Mrs. Ann Rosenblatt of Chicago.
Funeral services will be held at
the Jewish Funeral Home Sun-
day morning at 10:30. The burial
will take place at Woodlawn
Park Cemeterv.
Mrs. Ida Buckstein
Mr; Ida Buckstein. president
of the Ladies Auxiliary cf the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation., has just returned to
the city and will resume summer
activities of the organizati n with
a boat ride Wednesday evening.
August 20th or. the Yacht Bis-
as the :':rs: of the series
: events
: I -
- es given for the Brit
: the R A T
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:: Chai
" ~ an:
Billy and K
turned aftes ii ..-; vaca-
nt New York New Jen
ar.i Washington when tl
-.._ relatives While m N
Mrs. Peretzrr.a^ visited r.er
-in-Law. Mr. and
Mrs Sry- _r Cir.er.
HERMAN R. MECHLOWITZ. D. D. S.
~ -*-.- -ps
the opening of offices
for the
prsc^ce oi general dentistry
1456 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Office Hours 9 a m. to 5:30 p. m. Phone 5-2526
Our own A. M. C,
designed to keep
you cool!
niRUIEIGHT
SHIRTS
$000
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Let the cool breezes sail
through these A.M.C. Air-
weight shirts and stay as
cool as a pool this summer.
Airweight pique, sanforized
shrunk, with soft collars. In
white and solid colors.
Sizes 14 to 17 in lot
PALM BEACH TEES, wash-
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each___________$L00
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NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Miss Muriel Schutzer has re-
turned from a two week's vaca-
tion in New Jersey and New
York.
Mrs Frank Barer has returned
from New York where she visited
her son. Marshal who is an art
student there.
Florence Coret. daughter of Dr
and Mrs. Frank Coret. was mar-
ried Wednesday afternoon at 5
p. m. in West Hollywood. Cali-
fornia, to Lieutenant Herbert
Wasserman of Los Angeles. A
reception followed the ceremony
with more than 300 friends and
relatives attending. The couple
will reside in Washington where
Lieutenant Wasserman has been
stationed.
Mrs. Lee B. Lubel. the former
Bemice Schutzer. has returned
with her son to her home in San
Antonio. Texas. For the past
two months she has been visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schutzer.
New York (WNS>Hundreds
of friends and adherents of Vladi-
mir Jabotinsky. the late Zionist-
Revisionist leader, attended the
unveiling of a monument for Ja-
botinsky on his grave at the New
Montefiere cemetery'- Mrs. Jabo-
tinsky. the Revisionist leaders
widow, and son. Eri. attended the
ceremonies which marked the
first anniversary of Jabotinsky's
death.
Services for Tisha B Av will be
held at Congregation Beth El at
the Temple. 630 Fern street. Sat-
urday night. Services are sche-
duled for 7 o'clock with the Rev.
M. Kanter officiating. Joseph
Schrcbnick will observe Yahr-
zeit.
Mrs Charles Lebov has re-
turned to her home in New Ha-
ven. Conn., after visiting her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Gold
of Palm Beach. Mrs. Lebov was
accompanied to Jacksonville by
her mother who will spend sev-
eral days with relatives there.
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
Morris iMurrayt Jackel who dis-
appeared from his home in
Brooklyn. N. Y. in June 1939.
and since then has failed to com-
municate with or contribute to-
ward the support of his minor
daughter. Phyllis, as a result of
which she is in destitute circum-
stances and greatly in need of
his financial assistance Mr.
Jackel. who is believed to be in
.a. was born in Austria in
1901. is 5 ft. 10>; ia tall we,ghs
180 lbs., has dark brown hair,
partly bald, brown eyes, and was
a laundrymari by oeeujM
Anyone aware of n:s location is
requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau.
67 West 47th street. New York
City.
CmiKWKiAlUU}
When Acid Indigestion, Go* em
Stomach or Heartburn make you
feel uncomfortable or embarrass
you, try Alka-Seltzer, which con-
tains alkalizing buffers and so
helps counteract the associated
Excess Stomach Acidity.
But the relief of these minor
stomach upsets is only a small
part of what you can expect
Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You
will find it effective for Pain Re-
lief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds
and Muscular Aches and Pain.'.
It contains an analgesic, (sodium
aeetyl salicylate), made more
prompt and effective in its pain-
relieving action by alkaline buffer
salts.
When hard work or strenuous
exercise make you feel tired and
dragged out, enjoy the refresh-
ing effect of a glass of sparkling,
tangy Alka-Seltzer.
At Drag Stana hi .
ay <*
\lka-Sclt'/ci
DR. L. H. FRANK
announces hia association with
DR. IRWIN SILVERN
for the
practice oi general dentistry
T2A duPont Building. Miami
Office Hours: 9 A M. to 5 P. M. Phone 2-2156
c.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1941
*Jenisfi flcrtdiam
PAGE THREE
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Horn* Camp
Attendance at the Home Camp
is increasing daily. Because of
that, we are glad to announce
the addition to our staff of in-
structors of two very capable
persons, Miss Harriet McCune,
who has been the story telling
teacher since the Camp was in-
augurated two years ago, and
Miss Iva Mae Dayhoff. an expert
playground instructor who will
be in charge of the girls" activ-
ities.
Once more we are pleased to
announce that there is no tuition
charges this year for the child-
ren at the Camp. Every child is
welcome. We urge you to take
advantage of this opportunity
and send your child to the Y. M.
H. A. Camp and be assured that
he will spend his time in whole-
some environment.
New Gymnasium
Much progress can be reported
in the remodeling of our old
Scout House into a new gymnas-
ium. Leo Ackerman and his
house committee are doing a
marvelous job toward that end.
At this writing all the walls of
the interior have been torn out
and the roof is now being made.
We hope that this gymnasium
will be completed in a very short
while, at which time a monster
dedication will be held.
The gymnasium is very badly
needed at the Y. not so much for
the youngsters as for the old-
sters. We intend to have, when
this gymnasium is completed, a
class for businessmen and wo-
men on different nights, in
charge of a professional and
trained physical instructor. Join
the Y so that you will be eligible
to join these classes.
New Committees
Murry Grossman, president of
the Y. M. H. A., has announced
the appointment of the following
new committees:
House committee: Leo Acker-
man and Al Rosenfeld, co-chair-
men, assisted by Al Reisman,
Jules Wilson, Charles Blau, Julie
Spector, Pete Silverman, Al
Berkowitz, Nat Brown, Mrs. Mil-
dred Rubenstein, Mrs. Al Reis-
man, Mrs. Essie Schaffer and
Miss Irene Cohen.
Finance committee: Max Oro-
vitz, chairman, assisted by Leo
Robinson, Monte Sclig, Harry
Markowitz, Joseph Lipton. Dr.
Samuel Beckman, Fred K.
Shochct, and Nat Blumberg.
Special membership commit-
tee. Larry Grossberg, chairman,
assisted by Phil Berkowitz and
Sam Seitlin.
Athletic committee: Frank
Rose, chairman, .issistcd by Al
Berkowitz and Pete Silverman.
Entertainment committee: Lou-
is Kraft, chairman, assisted by
on Wednesday, August 27, at the
Y. Details will be given in the
next issue.
First Aid Y Class
First Aid .class instituted last
Thursday at the Y under the di-
rection of Sidney Hollander had
a capacity class of thirty. This
class is open to men and women
and attendance is limited. Reg-
istrations will close this coming
Wednesday night. You still have
an opportunity to enter.
In the Good Ole "Y" Days
Exactly nine years ago to this
date the Hebrew Athletic Club.
is Kraft, chairman, assisted by now klwn throU(,nout lhe en.
Nat Blumberg Harry Schwartz, l^ Dade Cq w as tne Y
Al Reisman and Sam Seitlin. | M R A ho,d a mccling at Tem.
Constitutional Committee:
George Chertkof, chairman, as-
sisted by Milton Friedman.
National Defense committee:
Sidney Palmer, chairman.
Junior activities: Maurice Cro-
mer, chairman.
The latter two chairmen will
appoint their own assistants.
Tenth Annual Dance
While it may be premature to
discuss our annual dance at this
time, nevertheless, many mem-
bers of the board feel that a big
name band should be engaged
for this occasion. To that end
the president appointed Al Reis-
man and Sam Seitlin co-chair-
men of a committee to investi-
gate the advisability of having a
big time band. Everyone is eag-
erly awaiting this committee's
report.
u. s. o.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that he has
turned over the sum of $70.00
to the local U. S. O. committee
for the tickets sold for the the-
ater benefit given to the U. S. O.
by the Paramount Theaters.
Credit should be given to George
Rachlin for selling one hundred
and fifteen tickets and to S. B.
Miller for selling fifty tickets.
Dues! Duesl Dues!
Bills have been mailed to ev-
ery member for current dues.
Membership dues is one of the
great sources of income of the
organization and enables us to
carry on our activities. We ap-
peal to those of you who have
not as yet paid your dues and
who have received bills for same
to please send your remittance
to the Y.
Incidentally, speaking of dues,
there is a friendly contest
among the members of the board
for collection of delinquent dues.
At this point, Phil Berkowitz
leads the entire board in the col-
lection of delinquent dues for
the week.
Picnic
Louis Kraft, chairman of the
entertainment committee, an-
nounces that his committee is
making arrangements for a pic-
nic to be held some time in Aug-
ust.. Watch these columns for
further announcements.
Joint Meeting August 27
The Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will
conduct a joint general meeting
CAPITOL LETTER
Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital
by MAURICE WARNER
pie Israel.
The very first board of direct-
ors elected to this club were:
Murry Grossman. Irving Hirsch.
Dr. I. Schwartz. George Davis,
Al Reisman and Alvin Grossman.
Intensive plans were made for
a city wide handball tournament
with the first matches due to
get under way Sunday, July 24.
1932.
News 'Round Town
Our good friend and Y board
member, the one and only E. Al-
bert Pallot and his Mrs., are ex-
pected back in Miami Monday
from Tallahassee.
Notice Board Members and
General Membership
Next Wednesday. August 6, a
regular board of directors meet-
ing will be held. You are all
welcome to sit in and partake in
the festivities.
Sub Seniors
Don't forget the monthly
meeting this coming Monday
evening. August 4 at 8:30 o'clock
at the Y. Bring your friends.
Duckpin News
Sammy Tendrich and his Deu-
ces are making a runaway of the
Y Duckpin League. At present
they have won 14 and lost 4.
holding a 5 game lead over their
closest opponent.
Come out each Thursday and
cheer for your favorite at the
Recreation Alleys.
Recreation Lanes
Y. M. H. A. Duckpin League
July 24. 1941
Team Standings
Team W.
Deuces ..................14
Zippers 9
Quints .........8
Sentinels ...........-........ 8
Aces .................... 8
Topnotchers 7
High set, S. Tendrich, 350.
Righ Game, J. Goldsmith. 142
Individual Standings
L.
4
9
10
10
10
11
One of the most effective forms
of propaganda that can be car-
ried out against the spread of
Nazism in the United States is
agitation against it by German-
speaking people themselves.
Therefore it is interesting to
note that the first group to reg-
ister under terms of the recently-
passed Voorhees Act was a small
but growing organization called
Austrian Action. Its head is Fer-
dinand Czernin. an Austrian of
noble birth who now is devoting
his full time to mobilizing Aus-
trian elements abroad for an all-
out fight to eliminate Nazi rule
in his native land.
This organization, according to
Czernin. resulted from a purely
informal meeting of Austrians in
New York. But it is growing dai-
ly and spreading its contacts to
those of Austrian birth in other
countries. The work of the group
is directed mainly toward con- j
ducting radio propaganda against j
Nazism.
Czernin says that groups simi-
lar to his own are being organ-
ized in some of the Latin-Ameri-
can countries, and that they look
to Washington for political lead-
ership in their fight against to-
talitarian doctrines. Recently, he
says, alter President Roosevelt
made his epic speech announcing
the "four freedoms," an organi-j
zation of 1,000 Austrians in Bra- \
zil sent a special spokesman to
Washington to extend thanks to
the President for having assumed
the moral leadership of perse- j
cuted peoples.
Austrian action at the present j
time has no long-term political
program beyond working for the j
defeat of Adolf Hitler. It repre- j
sents persons of many shades of j
political opiniondemocrats, so- j
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wants to avoid weakening itself
by internal schisms.
But. in the back of Czernin's
mind is the hope that Austrian
Action may become the spear-
head of an eventual union of all
European expatriots whose na-
tions have come under the Nazi
heel and their effective copera-
tion in propaganda for the re-
storation of a democratic Europe.
The organization seems worth
describing in these columns be-
cause it illustrates an idea that
could become a very potent wea-
pon in the idealogical warfare
between democracy and totalita-
rianism.
There arc in America millions
of Poles, French. Czechs. Bel-
gians, Norwegians and other peo-
ples whose compatriots now are
living in slavery. Most of these
races do have organizations, but
not many of them are intensely
active.
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zeal and purpose to combat th*'
spread of Nazi doctrine amonR
immigrants in America and of-
fered their services for anti-Na7.i
broadcasts to their hometands
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potent weapon on the propagan-
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MIAMI, VOLUME 14 FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1941 NUMBER 31
JERUSALEM AND MOSCOW
V.'ar brings peace also. This is the significance to be read
in the dispatch by the Histadruth, the Federation of Jewish Labor
organizations of Pclestine, of two delegations to Moscow, the
one, a medical unit, the other in the nature of a good will
mission.
No stranger gesture in a long time has been seen than
this of good will between Jerusalem and Moscow. The Jewish
labor movement, as expressed in the Palestine Histraduth. has
been wont to look upon the Communists hitherto, as a good
Communists looks upon a capitalist and Soviet Russia has en-
tertained as little love for the Histraduth. Today, Jerusalem
greets Moscow with "Shalom." Will Moscow answer with
"Zdrcsvuite?"
There appear many circumstances on the horizon which
lend support to the belief that she will. There are evidences
of a change of attitude by Soviet Russia on many issues. Now
hat England is fighting side by side with Soviet Russia, the old
charge that Zionism is a tool of British imperialism must be
soft pedaled. The announcement that Russia is permitting
many from Poland to proceed to Russia is but one evidence of
many in recent days to indicate some abandonment of the
former intense Soviet hostility to Zionism.
Will this attitude survive the war? The answer, of course,
hinges partly on the question of whether Soviet Russia itself
will survive the war. It would seem that if she does, it may be
reasonably expected that a more friendly mood will persist,
even after the passing of the present emergency, if for no other
reason than the simple human one, that once people have
"made up," they are after a fashion "vacinated" against a re-
currence of the old hostility.
PRESS ASKS
JEWS BE SENT TO
THE FRONT LINES
PROPHECY
"It is wholly probable that we shall witness much of anarchy
as well as of war ere the death grapple between totalitarianism
and democracy has told its tale. The one thing that under the
providence of God may save the world from this supreme
tragedy is the might of Britain, strengthened and supported by
the sustaining power of the British Dominions and India and the
help of the United States. Even so, it is going to take all that all
of us can give to bring this immense struggle to a successful
issue."
Canadian Prime Minister W. L. MacKenzie King
WILLIAMSTOWN INSTITUTE SEEKS TO UNITE AMERICANS
ON PEACE PRINCIPLES
This symbolic drawing of the world of the future is being used
by the National Conference of Christians and Jews as an emblem
for the 1941 Williamstown Institute of Human Relations at Williams
College, Aug, 24th to 29th. The Institute will discuss the principles
for which Americans should stand in the reconstuction of the post-
war world order under the theme, "The World We Want to Live In."
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders from every section of the
country will attend.
Ankara (WNS^Charging that
the Jews in Germany and the
Nazi-dominated countries are
the only people not suffering
as the result of the war, the
"Black Corps." official organ of
the Storm Troopers, demanded
that special battalions of Jews
be organized and sent to the
Russian front, it was learned
here.
The Nazi paper declared that
while Germans. Rumanians. Hun-
garians. Slovaks and other
peoples were making great sac-
rifices the Jews were making
none. The newspaper proposed
that Jews of military age in all
countries under Hitler domina-
tion be mobilized into special
Jewish divisions and assigned to
important work in the war
against 'Jewish Bolshevism."
No mention was made of the
fact that hundreds of thousands
of Jews are at the present time
constructing fortifications and
roads under the most dangerous
conditions. The Nazis have or-
dered Jewish labor gangs to re-
pair roads which arc under day
and night air attack.
The Nazi paper implied that
there were certain vital sectors
of the Russian front where Jews
could serve a useful purpose.
While these sectors were not
identified, military observers here
believed that Jews might be sent
to areas which have been un-
tenable for the Germans because
of the high loss of life.
At a central meeting of the
Hitler youth movement in Berlin
the question of sending Jews to
the front was discussed. Under
present Nazi regulations, Jews
are not permitted to serve in Ger-
many's armed forces since they
are not considered citizens of
the country.
Meanwhile, the Nazi interior
Ministry announced that all Jews
will be excluded from indemnity
for damages resulting from air
raids. This ruling affects foreign
Jews residing in Germany and
Nazi-occupied territories as well
as native Jews. In the event,
however, that an "aryan" suf-
fers loss or damage while on a
Jew's property the Jew must by
law pay the "aryan" for the loss
incurred.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
CLUB IN SANTIAGO,
BEAT THREE JEWS
Santiago, Chile (WNS)Mem-
bers of the local Nazi party in-
vaded the headquarters of the
Jewish club here, smashing win-
dows and destroying furniture
and books. Three employees of
the club who resisted were se-
verely beaten.
The hooligans lined up officials
and members of the club and
forced them to give the Nazi sa-
lute. The Nazis fled before the
police arrived and an investiga-
tion was started immediately.
The liberal press in Chile con-
demned the outrage and de-
manded that the government
take necessary steps to cope with
the situation. The Interior Min-
ister issued a statement declaring
that the attackers were Nazis
under the influence of the anti-
Semitic Deputy George Gonzales
von Mories.
The anti-Semitic deputy has
on several occasions in the past
attacked Jews and was once
brought to trial at which time
the prosecutor urged the court to
have von Mories examined to
determine if he was mentally
balanced. The court rejected the
request.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
The broadside which the Friends of Democracy have issued
under the title "Henry Ford Must Chose" is a most convincing
piece of literature However, it comes a little late While
there is no doubt that anti-Semites in this country and elsewhere
are bandying about Henry Ford's name as their patron saint,
and that W. J. Cameron, his close associate, is a notorious
prejudice-monger. Ford's apology to Louis Marshall years ago
still stands as a retraction which, if duplicated today, would
have just as little effect as it had originally Don't be sur-
prised if Washington soon issues a blacklist of Swiss corpora-
tions that actually are German-controlled and that are doing
big business for the fighters against democracy We have
it from an unimpeachable source, by the way, that a member
of the Nazi High Command bears the reminiscent name of Gen-
eral Stulpnagel.
JEWISH NEWS
Those who expect the Zionist convention, scheduled for
Cincinnati in September, to bring a hot tug-of-war contest be-
tween various groups, will be disappointed It's true that
there is no unity in the leadership But unless a pre-conven
tion agreement is made concerning a change, there will be no
contestjust re-elections Doing some important research
work in New York for the American Jewish Congress is the
son of the late Haham Dr. Moses Gastor of London, who was
one of the outstanding Jewish scholars of the century That
speech which Pierre van Paassen recently delivered in Man-
hattan in the interests of a Jewish army has been reprinted in ex-
tense in the Congressional Record The Revisionist group
which is training Jewish pilots for Palestine in this country to-
day finds itself in a most unfortunate position The pilots
are doing well and about to be graduated with honorsbut
there are no funds available for the buying of planes Two
Reform rabbis less than a hundred miles away from New York
are making plans, we are told, for the publication of a New
English-Jewish magazine.
REFUGEE REPORT
The new State Department regulations, in effect since July
1st, have virtually stopped the possibility of salvaging Jewish
refugees stuck in Spain, France, Portugal and Nazi-occupied
territories With the German advance into Russia the number
of Jews trapped by Hitler is increasing daily Unless our
Jewish leadership concentrates on the problem of how to res-
cue those who still can be saved, 1941 will prove the blackest
year in Jewish history Refugee Magda Lupescu and
her friend, former King Carol of Rumania, are under the con-
stant watch of Cuban police in their Havana refuge, because of
threatening letters they have received.
THIS AND THAT
George Price, who retired from the entertainment field a
number of years ago to become a financier, still can hold an
audience with his songs, according to the testimony of those
who saw a recent impromptu performance he gave at a subur-
ban club where he had been dining ... Dr. Sigmund Spaeth,
the one-man musical encyclopedia who can dissect your fav-
orite swing tune to show what makes it clickLe., from which
classical composer each phrase was takenhas opened an
office where hopeful young song-writers can get tips on the
best source of material Branching out into the more serious
type of music, incidentally, is swing band leader Artie Shaw,
who has written a concerto for the clarinet The soloist he
had in mind is none other than boogie-woogie king Benny
Goodman We don't believe that Sarah Bernhardt left any
film record of her amazing art, but a forthcoming film will in-
clude an impersonation of the Divine Sarah by Judy Garland.
CURIOSITY SHOP
Greer Garson, the Irish-born actress, recalls that her first
acting job was the role of a Jewish school teacher in Elmer
Rice's "Street Scene," produced by a Birmingham, England,
repertory group And she played that role so effectively that
later she had difficulty in convincing theatre directors that she
wasn't really a Jewish girl, and could play other types of parts,
too What is there to that story that in 1936 an Ohio news-
paper sponsored a contest for mothers of outstanding motion
picture stars, and that on this occasion evidence was brought
forward to show that Clark Gable's real moniker is Isidore
Herschelmann, and that the place where he first saw the light
of day was the now beleaguered city of Minsk, Russia?
ABOUT PEOPLE
The most surprised man in New York on a certain morning
a few weeks ago was M. Maldwin Fertig, member of the N. Y.
Transit Commission, when he read in the paper that he had
received the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the
city council Believe it or not, he had never been consulted.
Fellow passengers of Dr. Chaim Weizmann on his plane trip
back to England were a daughter of Lord Halifax, the British
Ambassador to the U. S., and scribe Sam Spewack, who will
report from London for the New York Post ... A one-man re-
cruiting force for the U. S. Air Corps is New York's Ben Lakow,
himself an army aviator of the first world war, whose hobby
it is to find likely young men and persuade them to join the air
arm of Uncle Sam's army Lakow, who sells office furniture
for a living, is credited with having brought over seventy em-
bryo flyers to the army in the past year or so.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
Via the trans-Atlantic grapevine Comes the story of a Berlin
Jew, named Adolf Feiwelsohn, who applied to the courts for
permission to have his moniker changed "Sorry, it can't be
done," he wen told "Only the Fuehrer himself has the au-
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 1, 1941
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BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Waahington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S W. 21at Terrace
Daily Synagogue Services
Snachriss, daily at 8 a. m.; Sat-
urday 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 Soodoss, Saturday at
7 p. m.
Tjsha B'Ab services will be
held Saturday night at 7:30 in
the new building. The Rabbi
will speak on "News from Pales-
tine." Morning services will be
held at 7:30 a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbi's Realdence:
1823 S W. 14th Terrate
Phone 3-5192
590 S W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S 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 ....._____6:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service 8:30 a.m.
Tish B'abSat. evening at 7:30.
Tisha B'abSunday morning at 8.
BOY LEADER OF B"NAI
BTHTH YOUTH
William Suckle. 18 year old
Harvard freshman and member
of Oak Lane Chapter, Philadel-
phia, who was elected Grand
A. D. L. RECEIVES CHECK
TO AID DEFAMATION WORK
The Florida Regional Office
this week was in receipt of the
first local contribution toward its
work, in the form of a check for
$37.72 from Hairy Zukernick,
treasurer of the former Joint
Boycott Council.
In an accompanying letter, Mr.
Zukernick said:
"This sum represents the bal-
ance in the treasury of the Joint
Boycott Council Against Aggress-
or Nations of which I was treas-
urer. That organization has been
inactive for several years and I
therefore feel that the work
which it tried to do can best be
carried on by the Anti-Defama-
tion League.
"I know that this sum will be
put to a very useful purpose."
The sum contributed to the
ADL will be devoted to a special
literature project.
Holiday Services
Saturday, August 2nd at sun-
down, through Sunday. August 3
at sundown, will mark the fast
of Tisha B'Av concluding the
traditional three weeks which
began Sunday evening, July 13.
This period commemorated in
sorrow the destruction of our
holy temple at Jerusalem. Our
special services observing this
holiday, including the prayer of
Aicho to be chanted by Cantor
Joseph Malek and his Talmud
Torah boys choir, will be held in
our synagogue Saturday evening
beginning at 7:30 o'clock and
on Sunday morning at 8 o'clock.
Today in this crucial period es-
pecially observant of the sorrow-
ful biblical days and the prayers
for peace and deliverance of our
people and all humanity, we
should fill our synagogue to ca-
pacity.
A Humanitarian Response
At a regular meeting of our
Ladies Auxiliary held last Tues-
day afternoon a plea was made
for hospitality including lodging
overnight and meals or both for
our Jewish boys who visit Miami
on leave from army, navy or ma-
rine government training. The
response was overwhelming and
we hope this appeal will be met
Aleph Godol of the Aleph Zadik
Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth or-
ganization, at the 18th annual
convention at Kerrville, Texas.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miaml'e Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SMACIKO, HaOOl
498 S. W. 11th 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.
THE ROSBDAIdB INN
70 Fifth Avenue Wat Phone) 9137
HENDERSONVTLLE. NORTH CAROLINA
Excellent KOSHER Meals
Located in Western Nortk Carolina's Beautiful "Land of the
Sky." Every day delightfully cool.
with the same success through-
out all of our organizations and
in the community at large. Our
young men in government train-
ing are most deserving of this
hospitality.
Red Cross Work
Our members are cooperating
to the fullest extent in aiding
the American Red Cross with the
making of surgical dressings
which is being done at Richard's
store daily and the sewing and
knitting handled through the Y.
M. H. A. and Beth David Congre-
gation and the various work
rooms open for aiding this noble
cause.
Moonlight Sail
Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor
a gala boat ride on Wednesday
evening, August 20 at 9 o'clock
on the Yacht Biscayne which
will leave Pier 7, City Yacht ba-
sin. Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and
Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum are
co-chairmen of this event. All
proceeds go for the benefit of the
Talmud Torah fund of the organ-
ization.
Special Meeting
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president
of the Ladies Auxiliary, has
called a special meeting for
Tuesday, August 5th at 2 p. m.
at the new synagogue. All mem-
bers are requested to attend.
L. FREDERICK BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
912 Congress Building
Phone 2-7112
Res. Phone 7-5192
MIAMI. FLORIDA
\trs. Louit Margnlies Rcportino far Belli
Pa-id Congregation anJ Sisttrhoo>i
Sisterhood
A card, bingo and man jongg
party of the Beth David Sister-
hood will be held Monday eve-
ning, August ii at the Pepsi-
Cola building, 1251 N. W. 36th
street, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and her com-
mittee, Mrs. Isador Fine, co-
chairman, Mrs. Macy R. Levin-
son, Mrs. Isador Silberstcin. and
Mrs. S. B. Miller. Mrs. Seitlin
promises a most enjoyable eve-
ning and requests all members
and friends to please keep this
date in mind. Monday, August
11th. For reservations please
call the office. 2-1473.
PAGE FIVE
i
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Tisha-B'Av Services
Tisha-B-Av, marking the de-
struction of the two temples of
Jerusalem, will be ushered in at
Beth David Synagogue, Saturday
evening, August 2nd at 7:30
o'clock and Sunday morning at
8 o'clock.
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7748
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-126S
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaQoree Drive Ph. 61738
Miami Beach
Congregational
Regular services will be held
at Temple Israel this Friday eve-
ning, August 1st, at 8:15 o'clock,
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiating.
Friday evening services are
held at the Temple throughout
the summer, 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 evening,
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Martha Tu-
nick, wife of Samuel Tunick.
Yahrzeits: Sarah Rebecca Es-
kin, mother of Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein; Gus Eisenmann, brother
of Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer; G.
F. Newburger, husband of Mrs.
G. F. Newburger; Joseph Wien.
father of Sidney A. Wien, Leon-
ard A. Wien and Mortimer E.
Wien; Nathan W. Mittleman,
father of Mrs. Irwin Silvern;
Mordecai Weintraub, father of
Maurice Weintraub; Irving Kup-
erberg, brother of Mitchell Kup-
erberg.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1941
SECRET ORDER IN
NAZI BELGIUM
IS AIDING JEWS
Stockholm (WNS)A new un-
derground anti-Nazi organization
in Belgium, known as the White
Guards, has been established to
aid Jews and other victims of
Nazi oppression in that occupied
country, it was reliably reported
here.
Since its inception the anti-
Nazi organization has fed the
families of many Jews sent to
concentration camps by the Nazi
occupying authorities. Included
in the movement are many in-
fluential Belgians who are in a
position to effect the release
from prison of persons convicted
of petty political crimes.
The new organization differs
from other anti-Nazi groups in
that it participates in no sabotage
acts against the Nazi regime but
devotes itself primarily to aiding
victims of Nazi hatred. Nazi
Gestapo agents are combing the
country in a desperate attempt
to locate the leaders of the White
Guards since the organization is
growing at a rapid rate.
Dispatches received here from
all parts of Europe indicate that
the British-sponsored "V'-for
Victory campaign has fired the
imagination of millions of per-
sons under the Nazi yoke. The
letter "V" has been painted on
billboards, posters, the walls of
buildings and sidewalks in every
country dominated by the Nazis.
One report said that "V" had
appeared on the walls of the
ghettos in Nazi-occupied Poland.
RECENT DENTAL GRADUATE
PASSES STATE BOARD
Dr. L. H. Frank, son of Mr.
| and Mrs. M. C. Frank. 920 S. W.
! 5th street, has recently passed
j the state examination in Jack*
i sonville for the practice of den-
1 tistry in the stale of Florida.
Dr. Frank graduated from North-
western dental college and took
' a post graduate course at the
University of Michigan. He is
' now associated with Dr. Irwin
I Silvern.
FORCE 22.000 LITHUANIANS
JEWS BEHIND GHETTO WALLS
JEWISH BOOK DEALER MAKES
VALUABLE GIFT TO LIBRARY
Washington (W N S)Nathan
W. Wallack. noted Jewish book
collector, has donated a valuable
collection of manuscripts, scrap-
books, diaries, inscribed copies
of the works of John Esten
Cooke, Virginia novelist, to the
library of Congress, it was an-
nounced here by Archibold Mac-
Leish. chief librarian.
In acknowledging the gift, Mr.
MaeLeish declared that it was
"one of the most significant do-
nations of southern memorabilia
received by the library in recent
years."
Stockholm (WNS)Nazi mili-
tary authorities in Kaunas. Lith-
uania, have ordered the 22,000
Jews remaining in the former
; Soviet city to move into a spe-
cially-created ghetto, according
i to newspaper dispatches received
here.
Most of the 22.000 Jews are
'. aged and infirm, who were un-
i able to take advantage of the
Soviet Governments offer to
, leave Lithuania and move into
j the Russian interior. It was re-
i ported that the Kaunas ghetto
] was established along the same
lines as the infamous ghetto in
i Warsaw.
The Nazi officials announced
i that henceforth Jews will not be
permitted to leave the environs
of the ghetto at any time without
special permission from the mili-
tary police. The Nazis are plan-
ning to establish a similar ghetto
in Latvia, the report said.
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FOB JEWISH in
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, will
again approach the Churchill
government with the project of
a sizeable Jewish military force
to fight by the side of Great
Britain and other free armies of
the world against Nazi Germany,
it was announced here by the
Emergency Committee for Zion-
ist Affairs.
The world-famous Zionist lead-
er was reported as saying that
the obstacles barring the organi-
zation of a Jewish army "will
be finally eliminated.'' The Emer-
gency Committee made public a
statement which Dr. Weizmann
had prepared before his plane
flight to London.
The statement follows: "I have
had the privilege of spending
several months in America at a
time of momentous importance
not only for this country- but for
the future of the world. In my
travels through America I have
seen the giant of the West gird
himself for defense and I go
away reinforced in my conviction
that mankind will be saved from
the forces of brutality which now
menace it.
"I have been here on a mission
on behalf of the Jewish people,
who were the first to feel the
bondage that threatens the whole
world. I have noted with deep
gratification that more and more
Americans, particularly those
who give thought to the peace
that is to follow and who will
bear some share oi the responsi-
bility for that peace, are realiz-
ing that any solution of the prob-
lem of European Jewry must be
linked with Palestine. That re-
alization found convincing ex-
pression during my stay in the
formation of the American Pal-
estine Committee under the lead-
ership of Senator Robert F. Wag-
ner and Senator Charles L. Mc-
Nary, and with the participation
of hundreds of leaders in every
branch of American life. I take
this occasion to voice my deep
appreciation of the invaluable
moral support these men and wo-
men are giving the Zionist cause.
"Since my arrival in this coun-
try the Britisfi and Free French
forces have, with the participa-
tionI am proud to sayof some
of our Jewish lads from Pales-
tine, completed the conquest of
Syria. The occupation of that
country will no doubt be of great
help in eliminating the Nazi
menace from the whole Middle
East. It is also likely to have
an important bearing on the fu-
ture of Palestine where we look
forward eventually to the estab-
lishment of a Jewish Comman-
wealth that will be a haven of
refuge and home, and where,
further, the Jewish people, eager
to pour into Palestine its energy
and skill, may be enabled to
raise the level of civilized life
not only for the inhabitants of
Palestine but also for those of
the entire Middle East. Jewish
work in Palestine has in large
measure already had this effect.
"The final victory of the
forces of freedom, which will
bring a better world for Arabs
and Jews and all other peoples,
may come soon or late, but come
it will. The Jewish people, and
the Jews of Palestine in particu-
lar, are anxious to contribute not
only as individuals, something
they are already doing in every
army of the forces of freedom,
but as a Jewish contingent rep-
resenting their people as do the
armies of Free France, Free Nor-
way and Free Poland.
"Soon after the outbreak of
the war the Jewish community,
of Palestine offered to bring such
a military force into existence.
HEADS B'NAI B*RITH VOCA-
TIONAL COMMITTEE
Alfred A. Benesch, president
of the Cleveland Board of Edu-
cation, noted civic leader and at-
torney, who has been appointed
national chairman of the admin-
istrative committee of the B'nai
B'rith Vocational Service Bureau.
BELGIUM JEWS SUFFERING
RESULTS OF "V" CAMPAIGN
Berne (WNS)-Jews in Belgi-
um, where the "V-for-victory
campaign has been most success-
ful, are paying a heavy price for
the success of the anti-Nazi drive,
it was reported here. Nazi pro-
pagandists there have informed
the public that the "V" campaign
is directed by Jews and scores of
Jews have been arrested and sent
to concentration camps.
In many cases, it was learned,
Gestapo agents sent young Bel-
gian children to paint the letter
"V" on sidewalks and buildings.
The children were then "nabbed"
by the police and taken to court
where they "confessed" that they
were paid by Jews to do the job.
Many Jews were immediately
rounded up and sentenced to un-
usually long prison terms. Ges-
tapo agents framed a number of
wealthy Belgian Jews who were
forced to pay fines approximat-
ing their fortunes.
CEREMONIES FOR
JEWISH POETESS
HELD IN NAN YORK
New York (WNS)Impressive
ceremonies marking the 92nd an-
niversary of the birth of Emma
Lazarus, the Jewish poetess
whose world-famous poem is in-
scribed on the pedestal of the
Statue of Liberty, were held in
front of the Statue under the
auspices of the American Com-
mittee for the Protection of the
Foreign Born and the National
Park Service.
A wreath commemorating the
birth of Miss Lazarus, who died
at the age of 38, was sent by
Secretary of the Interior Harold
L. Ickes. Governor Lehman of
New York sent a message which
was read to the gathering.
Alden Whitman, assistant sec-
retary of the Committee for the
Protection of the Foreign Born,
warned the assemblage that "we
must be on guard here against
attacks on the foreign-born and
the non-citizen, as well as against
the suggestions to abolish the
right of naturalized Americans
to hold public office."
Several Jewish units have al-
ready been serving on many of
the fronts, but still greater num-
bers are available. On my return
to London I expect to resume
discussions with His Majesty's
government on this question, and
I am hopeful* that whatever ob-
stacles may still exist in realiz-
ing this plan will be finally
eliminated."
OF
HISTADRUTH TO
SPEED G000 WILL
Jerusalem (WNS)Expressing
the hope that Soviet Russia will
now lift its ban on Zionism, the
Central Committee of the Histad-
ruth. Palestine Jewish labor fed-
eration, disclosed its decision to
send two delegations to the em-
battled Soviet Union.
According to present plans one
of the two good-will delegations
will study the problem? of med-
ical relief while the other will
bring greetings to the Russian
workers and encourage them in
their fight against Hitlerism. The
delegations will discuss with
Soviet officials how the Pales-
tine labor movement can extend
effective aid to Russia.
This marks the first time since
Communist revolution in Russia
that a Zionist body has extended
greetings to Soviet Russia. Hith-
erto, Zionism has been outlawed
in the Soviet Union. With Rus-
sia not formally allied with
Great Britain in the war against
Nazism, it was believed not im-
probable that the Histadruth will
in the future maintain normal
relations with Russia. The next
step, however, it was emphasized,
is up to the Soviet Union.
NAZIS HAVE MEN
CONTROL OF ALL
JEWISH FUNOS
New York (WNS)The Nazi
Gestapo has seized control of all
Jewish community funds in Ger-
many, according to a secret re-
port received here by the Ameri-
can Friends of German Freedom.
The report provides a graphic-
description of Jewish life in Ger-
many today
"The situation of the Jews has
become much worse during the
last few weeks," the report,
smuggled out of Hamburg, stated.
"Heretofore the Jewish commu-
nities had been essentially inde-
pendent in the matter of their
financing, raising and administer-
ing the funds for their organiza-
tions, except for the general reg-
ulations and the fact that they
had to make a strict accounting
to the Gestapo. This was parti-
cularly true of the Jewish com-
munity of Hamburg, which has
always had more money than
most of the other communities,
and whose representatives dealt
with the Hamburg Gestapo in
matters pertaining to the Jewish
community.
"The Hamburg Gestapo, in
spite of the fact that they are
100 per cent Nazis, have often
been prone, in dealing with the
Jewish representative, to put mu-
tual Hamburg interests before
instructions from Berlin." How-
ever, the financial independence
of the Jewish communities of
Germany was abolished by a
stroke of the pen. Now all the
Jewish funds have to be sent to
Berlin, and all local expenditures
are controlled by the Berlin
center.
"This has meant tremendous
reductions in the money avail-
able for the activities of the Ham-
burg community. For example,
the Jewish school in Hamburg
which still has more than 400
students, had to let almost half
its teachers go. and the salaries
of all of the other employees of
Jewish organizations supported
by the community were radically
cut. Employment by one of the
Jewish organizations is practi-
cally the only opportunity for a
decent life for a Jew in Ger-
many."
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1941
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PAGE SEVEN
UNDER NAZI HEEL
LEADERS REPORT
Xew York (WNS)"Literally
millions of Jews are being
crushed under the heels of the
German armies" on the eastern
front and the Joint Distribution
Committee is receiving "frantic
4fe appeals" for aid, JDC European
"^ Director Morris C. Troper report-
ed this week following his ar-
rival on the Atlantic Clipper
from a two-month stay in Lis-
bon.
"Already we are beginning to
get frantic appeals from the new
battle areas in the East," Mr.
Troper said. "For instance, we
recently received a plea for aid
from the 6,000 Jews deported
from Hungary into Galicia. We
have undertaken an extensive
relief program in conquered Yu-
goslavia where more than 30,000
native Jews and 2.000 refugees
depend upon the J. D. C. In
Nazi-held Poland the demand for
help is so great that child care
and feeding stations are being
forced to turn away many appli-
cants merely for lack of funds.
"In the new war zone of East-
ern Europe, millions of civilians
are suffering again as they did
in the fall of 1939, but this time
to a far more intense degree be-
cause the fighting is more pro-
longed and bitter. In that area
literally millions of Jews are
being crushed under the heels
of the German armies. Newspa-
per headlines today are striking
similar to those of 1914 when
German and Russian armies bat-
tled over the same regions, when
the Jewish populations were
caught in the cross-fire and the
I Joint Distribution Committee
was established in the United
States as an instrument to re-
lieve their suffering.
"But there is a factor in the
situation which did not exist in
1914. At strategic points in the
Eastern European war zone there
are Jewish committee and or-
ganizations prepared to carry on
the work of emergency relief ev-
en while the fighting is in prog-
ress. These are organizations
built up and nutured through a
quarter of a century by the JDC."
About 3,000 refugees will soon
leave European ports for the
United States and Latin Ameri-
can countries, Troper said. There
the 1,300 refugees scheduled to
sail in the next few days, Mr.
Troper said, and 2,000 more will
leave by the end of August or
early in September. There are
only about 1,500 refugees left in
Portugal today, he added. The
J. D. C. has begun to make head-
way in clearing up the refugee
situation in Morocco, where about
1,500 refugees, en route to the
New World have been stranded
for many months.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
At a recent board meeting held
at the home of Rosalyn Klein,
chairmen for the new year were
announced. Those appointed
in their respective chairmanships
are: membership, Mrs. Harry
Breskin; program, Dorothy Ep-
stein; youth aliyah, Sylvia Gcr-
inger; J. N. F., Ruth Aronson and
Lillian Weinstein; cultural,
Gladys Stein; publicity and busi-
ness manager, Rosalyn Klein.
Mrs. Irving Querido chairman
of our annual administration
dance has announced that all is
in readiness for this lovely affair
which is to be held on Sunday
evening, August 31st in the Mang
Reva room of the Cromwell Ho-
tel, 24th street and the Ocean.
Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock.
Tickets are 55c each and can be
secured from any member or at
the. door.
Plans have also been formu-
lated for an all day picnic at
Greynolds Park on August 17th
with Rose Puchkoff and Ruth
Aronson in charge. Further de-
tails will be givon next week.
The next regular meeting will
be held this coming Monday eve-
ning. August 4th at the home of
Rose Puchkoff, 1550 S. W. 16th
Ave. All members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
MAKES 3 ANTI-SEMITES COPY
U. S. CONSTITUTION 50 TIMES
Paterson, N. J. (WNS)Police
Recorder Wendell W. Furrey of-
fered three young anti-Semites
who were brought before him for
throwing a bucket of water into
Temple Ahavath Zedek the al-
ternative of serving 30 days in
jail or of making 50 copies in
longhand of the section in the U.
S. Constitution which quarantees
religious freedom.
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An Expose of Un-Ameri-
can Activities in the United
States.
Nazi Propaganda Item
U. S. Fifth Columnists, all of
whom adhere closely to the pro-
paganda of the Third Reich, are
labeling the growing anti-Nazi
sentiment in this country as
being "Jewish-inspired" and are
characterizing all efforts to aid
Britain and Russia as the con-
spiracy of a "Jewish administra-
tion." Typical of this none too
subtle campaign is this passage
which recently appeared in Will-
iam Dudley Pelley's fascist publi-
cation "Weekly Roll-Call:"
"Louder and bolder the com-
ments can be heard throughout
the hinterland that the United
States is being served by a
Jewish administration, and such
Jews are demonstrating their lack
of fitness for the job Mean-
while, England proceeds closer
and closer to the moment of
falling, and when England falls,
Roosevelt falls; and when Roose-
velt falls, the Jews of the United
States as his major espousers
fall with him."
"Your Crucifixion"
A particularly vicious anti-
democratic, anti-Semitic leaflet
is being widely distributed by
the veteran pro-Nazi who calls
himself Lieutenant General Count
V. Cherep-Spiridovich. The face
of the leaflet is devoted to a car-
toon entitled "Your Crucifixion,'"
which depicts Uncle Sam being
crucified by President Roosevelt,
Frank Knox, Henry Stimson and
other administrative leaders. This
group is surrounded by crude
caricatures of prominent Ameri-
can Jews, who are labeled "The
Internationalists," and who are
exclaiming with reference to the
crucifixion: "We planned it that
way!" The reverse side of the
leaflet carries a violent diatribe
against "the Mongolian Jew
world conspiracy."
Cherep-Spiridovich is not the
real name of this Nazi agent. His
correct name is Victor H.
Broenstrupp. He borrowed his
pseudonym from Major-General
Count Sherep-Spiridovich, the
late Czarist officer and notorious
pogromist. Boenstrupp claims he
is "the adopted son" of the
Count who, he says, before dy-
ing, willed both name and rank
to him along with the "blessing"
to continue his anti-Jewish work.
Certainly Broenstrupp carried
on in the Spiridovich tradition.
He published a Jew-baiting mim-
eographed sheet called "Gentile
Review," which he devoted to
such studies as tracing the origin
of the Jews to a species of Af-
rican apes. He wrote a number
of rabidly anti-democratic pam-
phlets; in one, "Revolution in
America," he exhorted "Ameri-
can Aryans" to revolt against the
tyranny of the U. S. government.
He composed savage articles,
which he distributed in leaflet
form, attacking President Roose-
velt and his "coterie of Mongol-
Jewish advisors."
Hudson Urge* Revolt
Charles B. Hudson, editor of
the anti Semitic news letter,
"America in Danger," has for
some time been voicing his dis-
satisfaction with our form of gov-
ernment. Until recently his dis-
gust with democracy was ex-
pressed in theoretical terms. He
denounced all democratic princi-
ples and praised every fascist
trend. Now, however, he feels
that statements of ideology are
insufficient and he is calling for
action. In the last issue of his
publication, he urges that our
government be overthrown. He
concedes that "Civil War" may
be necessary. But this, he points
out, is a minor consideration; the
main thing is to topple the gov-
ernment. According to Hudson,
no exploit could be more patri-
otic.
"Yes, when we crusade to save
the Christian Constitutional Rep-
resentative Republic of our
Founding Fathers, we are not re-
voltingno more than Lincoln
did. The usurpers now in pow-
er in the (not our) administration
are the ones who revolted away
from our government 'of the peo-
ple, by the people, and for the
people.' These NUDEALers are
the real traitors! They are the
Benedict Arnolds! The 'real 5th
Column' is already entrenched at
Washington. They must be oust-
edpeaceably or otherwise!"
LONG TIME MIAMI RESIDENT
ENGAGED IN DEFENSE WORK
J. S. Engler, long time resident
of Miami, has attracted consider-
able attention with his plan
which he has inaugurated this
week in aiding the government
stimulate the sale of defense
bonds. Mr. Engler purchased
2,000 10c defense stamps and in
$2.50 folders placed two stamps
in each folder and with a value
of 20c is selling them for 10c.
Mr. Engler, on the first day of
his venture, stated that he had
a very good day. He sold almost
700 folders at a personal loss of
close to $70.00. He said, "Each
one of us must do his share and
since at the present I can not
enter the service, I have evolved
this plan which I feel will be of
much greater benefit than if I
had purchased several $100 de-
fense bonds for myself. Most of
us only need a stimulus or push
to get started, or in other words,
some one to show us the way."
TO STIR SOVIETS
PROVES FAILURE
Berne (WNS)The Nazi cam-
paign to organize wide-spread
anti-Jewish pogroms among the
Ukranians has been a complete
failure, the Moscow radio re-
ported. Russian sources stated
that the Nazi attempt to weaken
the Red Army by urging Russian
soldiers to rebel against their
"Jewish Bolshevist rulers" has
only strengthened the resolve
of the Soviet Red Army to crush
Hitlerism.
With the start of the Russian-
German war, Nazi Germany
launched an intensive anti-Jew-
ish propaganda campaign on the
Eastern Front. Nazi planes
dropped leaflets urging Russian
soldiers to hand over their Jew-
ish officers.
The Nazi radio hammered away
day and night charging that the
"Jewish Bolsheviks" had pre-
cipitated the war and urged the
Russian people to revolt against
their Jewish masters. A force
of 40,000 violently anti-Semitic
Ukranians was organized in Ber-
lin and held in readiness for the
time that the Red Army col-
lapsed.
OBJECTIVES
"The American people are
united in defending the funda-
mental institutions of democracy
at home and, short of war, in
sustaining democracy abroad.
They arc united to support na-
tional defense and we are
united to maintain back of our
lines of defense a society that is
democratic in substance as well
as in form. These great objec-
tives constitute a vast area of
agreement compared to the areas
in which we may differ."
Robert H. Jackson, Attorney
General of the United States
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1341
The ADL News Service
WILLIAM L BOXERMAN Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
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Thi. nekw. pve spac, in **^pni,1^
_| States ud v.. even under the
mod unfavorable conditions, re-
as a minor ideology
The anti-J
colurr.r. I me : the boo* '
viewen from r net 0
because "~ -c -
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mthisnatMMV be
i be treated Bf H
- phenomenon
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A Study of Hate
Why Itai ino-Semitisn:
latent in '-'
- -
imtil v.:;=: -' f the
Jews -
I Um
pressing and
tntesti t
7r.-
. Nazi and Fascist successes
id ar.d adopt:: r. ::' Nazi id-
.:-.-.r ata for a
: .".: .< rar.:-.
=r. i legalized iiscriinination in
United State* Nazi military
incursioni inevita .; an suc-
ceeded by persecuti n .:' Jews
a untry
5 Strong I th -' present mtensifteauon d
I Texas faculty according to Dr.
student of 1 Su ** resulti
F.P.&L.
AIDS IN RELIEF OF
POWER SHORTAGE
The interconnected system of
For.da Power and Light Com-
pany, of which Miami is a part,
will soon be tied in with power
lines that stretch throughout the
southeastern states. Dave Bos-
worth, power company manager
here, said yesterday The power
lines are being connected so that
the Florida company can help
.-. the shortage of power
caused by the drought in the
southeastern area.
Mr Bosworth said the con-
nection would be made with the
Fl :-a Power Service Company's
-ear Sanford. and with the
la Power Corporation's lines
near Lake City Connection of
Florida Power Corporation's
lines will also be made with othi r
power companies in Geor*:.
which in turn supply power to
the grid of lines extending
thr ughout other states.
F< Aral Power Commission of-
ficials recently directed that the
interconnections be made to
in the National Defense
.::. Engineers of the local
company in Miami are working;
at top speed on plans to connect
the transmission lines as soon
as possible.
B'nai B 'nth
Not
e s
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
SAM SILVER
Guest Columnist
the rise c: group pre;
1930-40 a perioc
.:.-. the rise of Adolf
Hitler ar.d Nations: Socialism in
Europe
To be representative of anti-
Semitic organizations too numer-
ous to detail in one volume
eleven organizations of varying
characteristics were selected by
Dr. Strong to serve as guinea
pigs'' in his study. Tnese are:
the German-American Bund. Sil-
ver Shirts. National Union for
Social Justice. Defenders of the
Christian Faith. Edmor.dsor.
Economic Service American VI-
ar.t ;r.tt".:g'.-nce Federation. In-
dustrial Defense Association.
James True Associates. American
Christian Defenders. Order of '76.
and the Paul Reveres.
educational program is called for
to meet the threat arising from a
combination of all of the above
factors which are conducive to 1
organized race hatred. The Flor-,
ida Regional Office of ADL is
endeavoring to contribute toward j
such a program.
Dame Rumor
A fickle jade is Dame Rumor,
more apt than not to react with
a vengeance on those who do her
bidding! In the present period
of tension, frayed nerves and
suspicion, it is little wonder that
rumors to the effect that "so-and-
so is anti-Semitic" gain credence
in the Jewish communities
re such reports are twisted
by many bearers and passed on to i
the next fellow with new and,'
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 4)
\s the author points out. many shocking embellishments.
organizations" are merely loose.' Calm and dignified investiga-j
concepts, consisting of commit-, uons often prove that whispered
reports are utterly unfounded.'
concepts, cons.sting
tees, letterheads, mailing lists,
and little more. However, real
irganizationi with large member-
tups, regular meetings. und
rir.ar.ces and a clear-cut program
are dangers to our democracy
they deal almost exclusiv-
--.;.- in race hatred, and they have
received Dr. Strong's special con-
Aderation.
Dr. Strong g:\es penetrating
-p.aracter sketches of anti-Semitic
leaders in his book. Interesting
conclusions reached reveal that
the leaders of these frustrations
almost invariably are middle-
aged or old men who presumably
have suffered frustrations and de-
feats in life which predispose
them toward "taking it out" on
on a convenient scapegoat.
Winrod is 43: Father Charles
Coughlin. 50; William Dudley
Pelly. 56; James True. 60; Col.
E. II Hadley. 69: Edward Hun-
ter. 66: Robert Edmondson 69:
and Col. E. N. Sanctuary. 71.
Seven leaders of the eleven
and it then is incumbent uponj
the tellers of tales to repair the
damageif that is possibleto
persons and firms unjustly ac-
cused of being anti-Semitic or
sympathetic to the Nazis. The
F r.-ia Regional Office of the
ADL always is ready to be of
service in the obtaining and dis-
semination of facts, not fancies,
and requests that Jewish leaders
act with dispatch in preventing
possible injustices to non-Jewish
final and individuals who are
the subjects of whispering cam-
paigns.
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thority to grant such permission
to a Jew" Scion of a proverb-
ially stiff-necked people. Feiwel-
sohn set to work to get an audi-
ence with Herr Hitlernot an
easy task, as you can imagine.
It took him month*, but finally,
with the aid of a distant relative
who had been elevated to the
rank of "honorary Aryan." Herr
Feiwelsohn one fine day found
himself in Hitler's private office.
face to face with the Fuehrer .
What is it that you want. Jew'"
barked the Fuehrer, with his
best Judenfressing glare In-
wardly trembling but outwardly
calm. Herr Feiwelsohn explained
that he wanted his name
changed "And what is your
name. Jew?"' asked Hitler .
"Adolf Feiwelsohn." our hero
told him "Feiwelsohn. Fei-
welsohn." repeated the Fuehrer,
and an almost human look came
into his eye "That is a terri-
ble name. Feiwelsohn What
would you like to change it to
Schul^e. perhaps?" "Why no.
my Fuehrer." replied the Jew.
"The name Feiwelsohn is good
enough for me. as it was good
enough for my father and grand-
father But please^can't I
be called Moishe instead of
Adolf?"
When Milt Friedman called and
invited me to write the B'nai
B'nth column this week. I was
highly pleased because it would
give me a chance to spout off
about the bang-up picnic that the
picnic committee has planned for
you.
The picnic is to be held on
Sunday. August 10th. at Grey-
nolds Park, and is to be an all
day affair Events have been
arranged for every minute of the
day. and prizes will be awarded
to "the winners of each of the
events.
At 10 o'clock in the morning,
the Miami people will meet at
the Women's Club and the Mi-
ami Beach people will meet at
the Hotel New Yorker. 1611
Collins Avenue, and everyone
will then proceed to the picnic
grounds Those of you who do
ive transportation had bet-
ter come to the starting places
early so you can get rides with
some of the brothers who have
cars.
At 11 o'clock in the morning,
the Miami A. Z. A. and the Mi-
an.; Beach A. Z. A. will oppose
each other in a diamond ball
game, and the winner of the
game will play the B'nai B'rith
team in the afternoon.
After the game between the A.
Z. A. chapters, there will be va-
rious events in which the mem-
bers of the Lodge, the Auxiliary
?nd the Junior Auxiliaries can
participate. For the more pros-
perous brothers with middle age
spreads, there will be a fat man's
race. For the "Hozzers." there
will be a watermelon eating con-
test. Besides these, there will
be a horseshoe pitching contest
for the men. and a potato race. 50
yard dash, sack race and volley-
ball game for the women.
Then ... we eat. Plenty of
drinks and refreshments will be
served by the Lodge to go a.
with your picnic baskets. Inci-
dentally, while preparing y ,:
picnic baskets don't forget that
the Opa Locka sailors ar.d
R. A. F. boys at the Unive:
of Miami are going to be
guests It will be appreciated if
each one of the ladies pa ks
enough food for one extra pt-r-.-'n
one of the sailors or fliers
The Junior Auxiliaries arr -
ing to pack enough food
their picnic baskets to feed
A. Z A. boys.
At 230 in the aftemoo!
main event of the day wi
held. The B'nai B'rith ba!'. t
play the A. Z. A. tear. I
is victorious in the morni -
game. That's one ball (ami I
you don't want to miss! 7
are some very good ball pi;-;
on the A Z A. teams and thi
are really out to beat our L
team.
It should be a big day :';.
eryooe. Don't you agree'' K
ever, don't forget one thing.
order to make the affair a hi
success, we must have ..
and enthusiastic crowd! L
ail turn out. enter into the p..
spirit, and have a big time.
Don't forget the date, time r
placeSunday. August 10th
a. m.. Miami people meet at -. <
Women's Club and Miami Bead
people meet at the Hotel New
Yorker, and then proceed to
Greynolds Park.
Now. I wish to tnank our
umnist for affording me the op-
portunity of telling you what the
picnic committee has in store for
you.
The next meeting of Sholt'.;
Lodge will be held at the V.
men's Club, on Tuesday availing
August 12th. at 8 o'clock. T:.
A. Z. A. boys will present the
program at the meeting: and if
you recall their program last
year, you know that they will
present something worth whilt
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^* FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1941 *• Jenisfi flcrtdiam PAGE THREE )) e~i *4# ^ • THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Horn* Camp Attendance at the Home Camp is increasing daily. Because of that, we are glad to announce the addition to our staff of instructors of two very capable persons, Miss Harriet McCune, who has been the story telling teacher since the Camp was inaugurated two years ago, and Miss Iva Mae Dayhoff. an expert playground instructor who will be in charge of the girls" activities. Once more we are pleased to announce that there is no tuition charges this year for the children at the Camp. Every child is welcome. We urge you to take advantage of this opportunity and send your child to the Y. M. H. A. Camp and be assured that he will spend his time in wholesome environment. New Gymnasium Much progress can be reported in the remodeling of our old Scout House into a new gymnasium. Leo Ackerman and his house committee are doing a marvelous job toward that end. At this writing all the walls of the interior have been torn out and the roof is now being made. We hope that this gymnasium will be completed in a very short while, at which time a monster dedication will be held. The gymnasium is very badly needed at the Y. not so much for the youngsters as for the oldsters. We intend to have, when this gymnasium is completed, a class for businessmen and women on different nights, in charge of a professional and trained physical instructor. Join the Y so that you will be eligible to join these classes. New Committees Murry Grossman, president of the Y. M. H. A., has announced the appointment of the following new committees: House committee: Leo Ackerman and Al Rosenfeld, co-chairmen, assisted by Al Reisman, Jules Wilson, Charles Blau, Julie Spector, Pete Silverman, Al Berkowitz, Nat Brown, Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, Mrs. Al Reisman, Mrs. Essie Schaffer and Miss Irene Cohen. Finance committee: Max Orovitz, chairman, assisted by Leo Robinson, Monte Sclig, Harry Markowitz, Joseph Lipton. Dr. Samuel Beckman, Fred K. Shochct, and Nat Blumberg. Special membership committee. Larry Grossberg, chairman, assisted by Phil Berkowitz and Sam Seitlin. Athletic committee: Frank Rose, chairman, .issistcd by Al Berkowitz and Pete Silverman. Entertainment committee: Louis Kraft, chairman, assisted by on Wednesday, August 27, at the Y. Details will be given in the next issue. First Aid Y Class First Aid .class instituted last Thursday at the Y under the direction of Sidney Hollander had a capacity class of thirty. This class is open to men and women and attendance is limited. Registrations will close this coming Wednesday night. You still have an opportunity to enter. In the Good Ole "Y" Days Exactly nine years ago to this date the Hebrew Athletic Club. is Kraft, chairman, assisted by now klwn throU( nout lhe en Nat Blumberg Harry Schwartz, l^ Dade CQ W as tne Y Al Reisman and Sam Seitlin. | M R A ho d a mcclin g at Tem Constitutional Committee: George Chertkof, chairman, assisted by Milton Friedman. National Defense committee: Sidney Palmer, chairman. Junior activities: Maurice Cromer, chairman. The latter two chairmen will appoint their own assistants. Tenth Annual Dance While it may be premature to discuss our annual dance at this time, nevertheless, many members of the board feel that a big name band should be engaged for this occasion. To that end the president appointed Al Reisman and Sam Seitlin co-chairmen of a committee to investigate the advisability of having a big time band. Everyone is eagerly awaiting this committee's report. u. s. o. Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces that he has turned over the sum of $70.00 to the local U. S. O. committee for the tickets sold for the theater benefit given to the U. S. O. by the Paramount Theaters. Credit should be given to George Rachlin for selling one hundred and fifteen tickets and to S. B. Miller for selling fifty tickets. Dues! Duesl Dues! Bills have been mailed to every member for current dues. Membership dues is one of the great sources of income of the organization and enables us to carry on our activities. We appeal to those of you who have not as yet paid your dues and who have received bills for same to please send your remittance to the Y. Incidentally, speaking of dues, there is a friendly contest among the members of the board for collection of delinquent dues. At this point, Phil Berkowitz leads the entire board in the collection of delinquent dues for the week. Picnic Louis Kraft, chairman of the entertainment committee, announces that his committee is making arrangements for a picnic to be held some time in August.. Watch these columns for further announcements. Joint Meeting August 27 The Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will conduct a joint general meeting CAPITOL LETTER Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital by MAURICE WARNER pie Israel. The very first board of directors elected to this club were: Murry Grossman. Irving Hirsch. Dr. I. Schwartz. George Davis, Al Reisman and Alvin Grossman. Intensive plans were made for a city wide handball tournament with the first matches due to get under way Sunday, July 24. 1932. News 'Round Town Our good friend and Y board member, the one and only E. Albert Pallot and his Mrs., are expected back in Miami Monday from Tallahassee. Notice Board Members and General Membership Next Wednesday. August 6, a regular board of directors meeting will be held. You are all welcome to sit in and partake in the festivities. Sub Seniors Don't forget the monthly meeting this coming Monday evening. August 4 at 8:30 o'clock at the Y. Bring your friends. Duckpin News Sammy Tendrich and his Deuces are making a runaway of the Y Duckpin League. At present they have won 14 and lost 4. holding a 5 game lead over their closest opponent. Come out each Thursday and cheer for your favorite at the Recreation Alleys. Recreation Lanes Y. M. H. A. Duckpin League July 24. 1941 Team Standings Team W. Deuces 1 4 Zippers 9 Quints 8 Sentinels 8 Aces 8 Topnotchers 7 High set, S. Tendrich, 350. Righ Game, J. Goldsmith. 142 Individual Standings L. 4 9 10 10 10 11 One of the most effective forms of propaganda that can be carried out against the spread of Nazism in the United States is agitation against it by Germanspeaking people themselves. Therefore it is interesting to note that the first group to register under terms of the recentlypassed Voorhees Act was a small but growing organization called Austrian Action. Its head is Ferdinand Czernin. an Austrian of noble birth who now is devoting his full time to mobilizing Austrian elements abroad for an allout fight to eliminate Nazi rule in his native land. This organization, according to Czernin. resulted from a purely informal meeting of Austrians in New York. But it is growing daily and spreading its contacts to those of Austrian birth in other countries. The work of the group is directed mainly toward conj ducting radio propaganda against j Nazism. Czernin says that groups similar to his own are being organized in some of the Latin-American countries, and that they look to Washington for political leadership in their fight against totalitarian doctrines. Recently, he says, alter President Roosevelt made his epic speech announcing the "four freedoms," an organi-j zation of 1,000 Austrians in Bra\ zil sent a special spokesman to Washington to extend thanks to the President for having assumed the moral leadership of persej cuted peoples. Austrian action at the present j time has no long-term political program beyond working for the j defeat of Adolf Hitler. It reprej sents persons of many shades of j political opinion—democrats, soj 4> CT fy THERE'S A COMFORTABLE ECONOMICAL QML IH EACH OF THESE 36 CITIES Hoi.li lotoi.d •> raiart MM JisMy K,gh rolM during iioion Sp.iol ioll> moda to familial. IN none* IN OTHM mm jockMwvilU Noilolk, Vo. Atlanta. O.. -D,Solo MHWt\ Chriitianibuig. Vo. Athoot. Go. .oreliM Apt Hoi.l -G.lbtrl'l Vtig.MO Inn" AugVlto, Go. _Indionapolii, lno\ Boinbridga. Go. Wo.nmglon, D C. SoVOIinoll. Go. Chatlonoogo. ?•. Douglot. Go -G.lb.M II'"" .Mm. Go Kno.vi". Won tto il I w nH gT I 'G.lbait Si'oiloid wo.cro.i Go. Birmingham. 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FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1941 *JewistincrkMat7 PAGE SEVEN UNDER NAZI HEEL LEADERS REPORT Xew York (WNS)—"Literally millions of Jews are being crushed under the heels of the German armies" on the eastern front and the Joint Distribution Committee is receiving "frantic 4fe appeals" for aid, JDC European "^ Director Morris C. Troper reported this week following his arrival on the Atlantic Clipper from a two-month stay in Lisbon. "Already we are beginning to get frantic appeals from the new battle areas in the East," Mr. Troper said. "For instance, we recently received a plea for aid from the 6,000 Jews deported from Hungary into Galicia. We have undertaken an extensive relief program in conquered Yugoslavia where more than 30,000 native Jews and 2.000 refugees depend upon the J. D. C. In Nazi-held Poland the demand for help is so great that child care and feeding stations are being forced to turn away many applicants merely for lack of funds. "In the new war zone of Eastern Europe, millions of civilians are suffering again as they did in the fall of 1939, but this time to a far more intense degree because the fighting is more prolonged and bitter. In that area literally millions of Jews are being crushed under the heels of the German armies. Newspaper headlines today are striking similar to those of 1914 when German and Russian armies battled over the same regions, when the Jewish populations were caught in the cross-fire and the I Joint Distribution Committee was established in the United States as an instrument to relieve their suffering. "But there is a factor in the situation which did not exist in 1914. At strategic points in the Eastern European war zone there are Jewish committee and organizations prepared to carry on the work of emergency relief even while the fighting is in progress. These are organizations built up and nutured through a quarter of a century by the JDC." About 3,000 refugees will soon leave European ports for the United States and Latin American countries, Troper said. There the 1,300 refugees scheduled to sail in the next few days, Mr. Troper said, and 2,000 more will leave by the end of August or early in September. There are only about 1,500 refugees left in Portugal today, he added. The J. D. C. has begun to make headway in clearing up the refugee situation in Morocco, where about 1,500 refugees, en route to the New World have been stranded for many months. JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN At a recent board meeting held at the home of Rosalyn Klein, chairmen for the new year were announced. Those appointed in their respective chairmanships are: membership, Mrs. Harry Breskin; program, Dorothy Epstein; youth aliyah, Sylvia Gcringer; J. N. F., Ruth Aronson and Lillian Weinstein; cultural, Gladys Stein; publicity and business manager, Rosalyn Klein. Mrs. Irving Querido chairman of our annual administration dance has announced that all is in readiness for this lovely affair which is to be held on Sunday evening, August 31st in the Mang Reva room of the Cromwell Hotel, 24th street and the Ocean. Dancing will begin at 9 o'clock. Tickets are 55c each and can be secured from any member or at the. door. Plans have also been formulated for an all day picnic at Greynolds Park on August 17th with Rose Puchkoff and Ruth Aronson in charge. Further details will be givon next week. The next regular meeting will be held this coming Monday evening. August 4th at the home of Rose Puchkoff, 1550 S. W. 16th Ave. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. MAKES 3 ANTI-SEMITES COPY U. S. CONSTITUTION 50 TIMES Paterson, N. J. (WNS)—Police Recorder Wendell W. Furrey offered three young anti-Semites who were brought before him for throwing a bucket of water into Temple Ahavath Zedek the alternative of serving 30 days in jail or of making 50 copies in longhand of the section in the U. S. Constitution which quarantees religious freedom. • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST A LARGEST Ail-Year Hotel THE RIVIERA Near Daytona Beach. Ideal Contention or Conference Headquarter*. Cepmeltt #N. The only Hotel Bar opem all year betweea Jacksonville I'alm Beach. Radio and Fan ta Every Room. Golf Links. Arteaiaa Swlmml Pool with Sand Beach. Tennla, Badminton, Pins Pon*. Croo.net, Horaeahoe and Shnffleboard Court*. Ballroom and ConTentloa Hall. Banquet Facilitiea. Spacious Ground*. COOLEST 8POT IN ALL FLORIDA, AT THE BIRTHPLACE OP THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current meet* the Quit Stream, and Summer Bathing and rtshlng are Superb. Write fer Special Bummer Rate: April to Deeemher. Hotel Riviera, Box 429, Daytona Beach, Pla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. UIHKE UP nmERICH! By WES K. FREIHERD • An Expose of Un-American Activities in the United States. Nazi Propaganda Item U. S. Fifth Columnists, all of whom adhere closely to the propaganda of the Third Reich, are labeling the growing anti-Nazi sentiment in this country as being "Jewish-inspired" and are characterizing all efforts to aid Britain and Russia as the conspiracy of a "Jewish administration." Typical of this none too subtle campaign is this passage which recently appeared in William Dudley Pelley's fascist publication "Weekly Roll-Call:" "Louder and bolder the comments can be heard throughout the hinterland that the United States is being served by a Jewish administration, and such Jews are demonstrating their lack of fitness for the job Meanwhile, England proceeds closer and closer to the moment of falling, and when England falls, Roosevelt falls; and when Roosevelt falls, the Jews of the United States as his major espousers fall with him." "Your Crucifixion" A particularly vicious antidemocratic, anti-Semitic leaflet is being widely distributed by the veteran pro-Nazi who calls himself Lieutenant General Count V. Cherep-Spiridovich. The face of the leaflet is devoted to a cartoon entitled "Your Crucifixion,'" which depicts Uncle Sam being crucified by President Roosevelt, Frank Knox, Henry Stimson and other administrative leaders. This group is surrounded by crude caricatures of prominent American Jews, who are labeled "The Internationalists," and who are exclaiming with reference to the crucifixion: "We planned it that way!" The reverse side of the leaflet carries a violent diatribe against "the Mongolian Jew world conspiracy." Cherep-Spiridovich is not the real name of this Nazi agent. His correct name is Victor H. Broenstrupp. He borrowed his pseudonym from Major-General Count Sherep-Spiridovich, the late Czarist officer and notorious pogromist. Boenstrupp claims he is "the adopted son" of the Count who, he says, before dying, willed both name and rank to him along with the "blessing" to continue his anti-Jewish work. Certainly Broenstrupp carried on in the Spiridovich tradition. He published a Jew-baiting mimeographed sheet called "Gentile Review," which he devoted to such studies as tracing the origin of the Jews to a species of African apes. He wrote a number of rabidly anti-democratic pamphlets; in one, "Revolution in America," he exhorted "American Aryans" to revolt against the tyranny of the U. S. government. He composed savage articles, which he distributed in leaflet form, attacking President Roosevelt and his "coterie of MongolJewish advisors." Hudson Urge* Revolt Charles B. Hudson, editor of the anti Semitic news letter, "America in Danger," has for some time been voicing his dissatisfaction with our form of government. Until recently his disgust with democracy was expressed in theoretical terms. He denounced all democratic principles and praised every fascist trend. Now, however, he feels that statements of ideology are insufficient and he is calling for action. In the last issue of his publication, he urges that our government be overthrown. He concedes that "Civil War" may be necessary. But this, he points out, is a minor consideration; the main thing is to topple the government. According to Hudson, no exploit could be more patriotic. "Yes, when we crusade to save the Christian Constitutional Representative Republic of our Founding Fathers, we are not revolting—no more than Lincoln did. The usurpers now in power in the (not our) administration are the ones who revolted away from our government 'of the people, by the people, and for the people.' These NUDEALers are the real traitors! They are the Benedict Arnolds! The 'real 5th Column' is already entrenched at Washington. They must be ousted—peaceably or otherwise!" LONG TIME MIAMI RESIDENT ENGAGED IN DEFENSE WORK J. S. Engler, long time resident of Miami, has attracted considerable attention with his plan which he has inaugurated this week in aiding the government stimulate the sale of defense bonds. Mr. Engler purchased 2,000 10c defense stamps and in $2.50 folders placed two stamps in each folder and with a value of 20c is selling them for 10c. Mr. Engler, on the first day of his venture, stated that he had a very good day. He sold almost 700 folders at a personal loss of close to $70.00. He said, "Each one of us must do his share and since at the present I can not enter the service, I have evolved this plan which I feel will be of much greater benefit than if I had purchased several $100 defense bonds for myself. Most of us only need a stimulus or push to get started, or in other words, some one to show us the way." TO STIR SOVIETS PROVES FAILURE Berne (WNS)—The Nazi campaign to organize wide-spread anti-Jewish pogroms among the Ukranians has been a complete failure, the Moscow radio reported. Russian sources stated that the Nazi attempt to weaken the Red Army by urging Russian soldiers to rebel against their "Jewish Bolshevist rulers" has only strengthened the resolve of the Soviet Red Army to crush Hitlerism. With the start of the RussianGerman war, Nazi Germany launched an intensive anti-Jewish propaganda campaign on the Eastern Front. Nazi planes dropped leaflets urging Russian soldiers to hand over their Jewish officers. The Nazi radio hammered away day and night charging that the "Jewish Bolsheviks" had precipitated the war and urged the Russian people to revolt against their Jewish masters. A force of 40,000 violently anti-Semitic Ukranians was organized in Berlin and held in readiness for the time that the Red Army collapsed. OBJECTIVES "The American people are united in defending the fundamental institutions of democracy at home and, short of war, in sustaining democracy abroad. They arc united to support national defense and we are united to maintain back of our lines of defense a society that is democratic in substance as well as in form. These great objectives constitute a vast area of agreement compared to the areas in which we may differ." —Robert H. 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t s4 PAGE SIX >J*nist ikrkJ*>r> FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1941 SECRET ORDER IN NAZI BELGIUM IS AIDING JEWS Stockholm (WNS)—A new underground anti-Nazi organization in Belgium, known as the White Guards, has been established to aid Jews and other victims of Nazi oppression in that occupied country, it was reliably reported here. Since its inception the antiNazi organization has fed the families of many Jews sent to concentration camps by the Nazi occupying authorities. Included in the movement are many influential Belgians who are in a position to effect the release from prison of persons convicted of petty political crimes. The new organization differs from other anti-Nazi groups in that it participates in no sabotage acts against the Nazi regime but devotes itself primarily to aiding victims of Nazi hatred. Nazi Gestapo agents are combing the country in a desperate attempt to locate the leaders of the White Guards since the organization is growing at a rapid rate. Dispatches received here from all parts of Europe indicate that the British-sponsored "V'-for Victory campaign has fired the imagination of millions of persons under the Nazi yoke. The letter "V" has been painted on billboards, posters, the walls of buildings and sidewalks in every country dominated by the Nazis. One report said that "V" had appeared on the walls of the ghettos in Nazi-occupied Poland. RECENT DENTAL GRADUATE PASSES STATE BOARD Dr. L. H. Frank, son of Mr. | and Mrs. M. C. Frank. 920 S. W. 5th street, has recently passed j the state examination in Jack* i sonville for the practice of den1 tistry in the stale of Florida. Dr. Frank graduated from Northwestern dental college and took a post graduate course at the University of Michigan. He is now associated with Dr. Irwin I Silvern. FORCE 22.000 LITHUANIANS JEWS BEHIND GHETTO WALLS JEWISH BOOK DEALER MAKES VALUABLE GIFT TO LIBRARY Washington (W N S)—Nathan W. Wallack. noted Jewish book collector, has donated a valuable collection of manuscripts, scrapbooks, diaries, inscribed copies of the works of John Esten Cooke, Virginia novelist, to the library of Congress, it was announced here by Archibold MacLeish. chief librarian. In acknowledging the gift, Mr. MaeLeish declared that it was "one of the most significant donations of southern memorabilia received by the library in recent years." Stockholm (WNS)—Nazi military authorities in Kaunas. Lithuania, have ordered the 22,000 Jews remaining in the former ; Soviet city to move into a specially-created ghetto, according i to newspaper dispatches received here. Most of the 22.000 Jews are '. aged and infirm, who were uni able to take advantage of the Soviet Governments offer to leave Lithuania and move into j the Russian interior. It was rei ported that the Kaunas ghetto ] was established along the same lines as the infamous ghetto in i Warsaw. The Nazi officials announced i that henceforth Jews will not be permitted to leave the environs of the ghetto at any time without special permission from the military police. The Nazis are planning to establish a similar ghetto in Latvia, the report said. ^DR.MILES NERVINE ^ma£edao


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wJewisti floiridlii&in COMBINING Tffl€ JtBWUSfrl HJiniHty VOLUME 14—No. 31 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS TO TOUR COUNTRIES JAPANESE FORBID USE OF OLD TESTAMENT IN KOREA New York (WNS)—Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Administrative Committee of the World Jewish Congress, departed for an extended tour of Central and South American countries, via Pan-American Airways, to discuss with government leaders and representatives of Jewish communities a number of undertakings relating to the future of Jewish life in Europe. Dr. Goldmann will visit Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad. Brazil. Uruguay and Chile. A number of important conferences with outstanding statesmen of these countries have been arranged, and their cooperation in bringing about an eventual restoration of rights to Jews in Europe at the end of the war will be sought. During his stay in these countries, Dr. Goldmann will help to launch a number of activities in support of the efforts of the World Jewish Congress for the relief and reconstruction of Jewish life in Europe. Dr. Goldmann will also pave the way for the participation of these communities in the Inter-American Jewish Conference to be held in Washington, D. C, October 26, 27, and 28, with the consent of the State Department of the United States. Washington (WNS) — Japanese authorities have forbidden the use of the Old Testament in all Christian churches and schools in Korea, according to information received here by Kilssok Haan, representative of the SinoKorcan People's League. Mr. Haan voiced the belief that the banning of the Old Testament in Korea indicated a desire on the part of the Japanese to prevent Koreans from becoming familar with the early history of the Jews and their efforts to gain freedom. PROPAGANDISTS NAZIS SPONSOR CONTEST FOR ANTI-JEWISH POSTER Stockholm (WNS)—The German Academy of Graphic Arts has announced a contest for the best poster depicting "JewishBolshevik world domination," it was announced here. The theme of the contest is that "Bolshevism is a product of Jewish world domination and a menace to civilization." The Nazi Academy has posted prizes of 10,000, (5.000 and 3,000 marks for the three winning posters which will be distributed throughout Nazi occupied Europe. IN THE UKRAINE London (WNS)—With the Nazi blitzkreig stalled both on the military and propaganda fronts, Nazi propagandists attempted to give their anti-Jewish campaign a much-needed shot in the arm by reviving stories of the Mendel Beilis ritual murder trial which shocked the entire world several decades ago. It will be recalled that Beilis, who later came to the United States, was arrested and accused of murdering a Christian child several days before Passover in order to use the child's blood in the preparation of matzoth. Obviously false testimony at the trial brought world-wide protest which even officials of Czarist Russia could not ignore and eventually resulted in Beilis' release. The Nazi spokesman declared that Beilis was released at the insistence of wealthy Jews in the United States and Great Britain. Ukrainians were urged to avenge the child's death by organizing mass pogroms against the Jews. HUNGlTOSES JASGHA HE1FETZ GIVES PRACTICE VIOLIN TO DRIVE New York ( WNS ) — Jascha Heifetz, world famous Jewish violinist, has contributed his aluminum practice violin, valued at §100. to the national drive for scrap aluminum. Before presenting the violin to Mayor La Guardia, director of the Office of Civilian Defense. Mr. Heifetz played a few notes for the mayor. The mayor immediately announced that he would auction off the instrument and buy that much aluminum. "Any violin that Heifetz has played on will not be destroyed," he said. The mayor received a bid of $25 but held out for more money. The aluminum violin has been used as a practice instrument by Mr. Heifetz in climates where a wooden instrument would be warped and cracked by the atmosphere. The mayor described the gift as the "most precious" contribution so far in the aluminum drive. NAZIS WILL "REMEMBER" PALESTINE'S OFFER OF AID London (WNS) — The offer made by Histadruth, Palestine's Jewish labor federation, to aid Soviet Russia in its war against Germany, will be "remembered" when the day of reckoning comes the Nazi radio warned Palestine Jewry. The Jews will some day pay dearly, the Nazi spokesman declared, for the fact that Palestine Jewry offered to aid the Vienna Socialists in 1934. expressed sympathy for the loyalists in the Spanish Civil War, and now voiced readiness to help Russia. LITHUANIAN. LATVIA JEWS SEIZED FOR FORCED LABOR Lisbon (WNS)—Nazi military authorities in Lithuania and Latvia, territories wrested from the Russians in the early stages of the German-Soviet war, have ordered 10,000 Jews to report for compulsory labor service, it was reported here. The report added that the Jews will be used to strengthen Nazi fortifications and to rebuild roads and bridges destroyed by Red Air Force bombings. The additional 10.000 Jews pressed into special labor gangs by the Nazis, it was estimated here, swells the army of Jews working in slave-labor gangs in Eastern Europe to 250.000. The work the Jews are being compelled to do, it was pointed out here, is extremely dangerous in addition to being back-breaking. The roads and bridges are under constant air attacks from the Red Air Fleet. The Jews work in day and night shifts under the surveillance of Nazi troops. They are not compensated for their work. B A R MARRIAGES Lisbon (WNS)—Declaring that all Jews are Communist agents working in behalf of the Soviet Government, Hungary ordered the closing of most of the synagogues in cities having a large Jewish population. Government spokesmen were reported as saying that the Jews used the synagogues to hold Communist meetings and to plot intrigues against the Government. The closing of the synagogues, they said, would give the Jews no opportunity to meet together and further their schemes. The Hungarian Parliament has voted, 76 to 50, forbidding Jews to marry or to have extra-marital relations with Gentiles. A sharp debate between pro and anti-Nazis preceded the vote with many influential deputies opposing the bill. The pro-Nazi press in Budapest immediately launched a vicious campaign against the deputies who opposed the bill, alluding to them as "Jewish messenger boys" T1SHA I'll RITES TO AID WARTIME LAND PROGRAM New York (WNS)—The recital of Jeremiah's Lamentations will be followed in synagogues throughout the nation by appeals for the wartime program of the Jewish National Fund, as American Jewry will on Saturday evening. August 2. and Sunday, August 3 gather for Tisha B'Av services in commemoration of the 1872nd anniversary of the destruction of Jerusalem and the burning of the Temple by the Roman legions. Describing the 9th day of the Hebrew month Av not only as a religious day of mourning but as a traditional "drive against defeatism" and as a call to hope, the Jewish National Fund urged congregants and worshipers to mark Tisha B'Av by contributing towards the "Land for Food" wartime program of the agency which is redeeming the soil of Palestine as national property. Taking as its motto the ancient tradition recorded in the Jerusalem Talmud that "on the day when the Temple was destroyed Messiah was born," the Jewish National Fund issued an appeal in which the organization's council's and committees in all parts of the country were urged to make special efforts in connection with the observance of Tisha B'Av. for the Fund's wartime program in Palestine. DR. WEIZMANN REPORTED WORKING ON SUPER-BOMB New York (W N S)—Arthur Hale, Transradio Press news commentator, declared in a broadcast over Station WOR that Dr. Chaim Weizmann is perfecting a new high explosive which will, "so we are told, far exceed in power anything previously seen on the face of the earth." URGEU.S.TOOPEN VISA OFFICE FOR AIO TO REFUGEES Lisbon (WNS)—The United States was urged by leaders of refugee-aid programs here to set up a visa office at the Vatican to rescue hundreds of European Jewish refugees stranded in Italy by the order closing all American consulates in that country. With the U. S. consulates in Italy closed, refugees find it virtually impossible to secure visas since they cannot gain access to consulates in other countries. It was pointed out (hat 13 European Jewish refugees, who were supposed to receive visas to America, had been arrested and sent to concentration camps in Southern Italy when the American offices were closed. While all American consular officials in Italy have been withdrawn. Myron C. Taylor is still recognized as President Roosevelt's envoy to the Vatican. It was suggested here that the State Department discuss with Pope Pius XIII the possibility of establishing a visa bureau as part of Mr. Taylor's office. BY AID REQUESTS 01 New York (WNS)—Not since the crucial days of November. 1938—not even excepting the days following Germany's occupation of France and the Low Countries have the offices of the National Refugee Service been so crowded with anxious relatives and friends seeking affidavit information and help under the new governmental rulings, according to Albert Abrahamson, executive director of the NRS. "Though it had been announced in the press, the newprocedure took people by surprise, and thousands of persons with family ties still abroad came to the office immediately for aid and information. Many were bewildered because they had previously met all immigration requirements and even had booked passage for their friends or relatives—all of which had become invalid because American consuls had left European cities and there was complete bewilderment as to what would happen now," he said. "It should be underscored that the regulations are not intended to, and will not ban immigration of refugees. The measures are protective ones taken during a period of serious national emergency." NAZIS CALLING JEWISH CHIEF YUGOSLAVIAN RABBI IS NOW SAFE IN PALESTINE New York (WNS)—Chief Rabbi Alkalay of Yugoslavia and his family have arrived safely in Palestine after a dangerous flight from Yugoslavia, after the Nazi attack, according to a cablegram received by the World Jewish Congress. Rabbi Alkalay had previously been reported killed in the Nazi invasion of Yugoslavia. Rabbi Alkalay's first thought upon arrival on safe terrain was for his fellow Jews in Yugoslavia. In a cabled message, he asked the World Jewish Congress to intervene in their behalf. Istanbul (W N S)—Following the lead of Nazi Germany, the anti-Semitic Government of Rumania has ordered all Jewish doctors, dentists and nurses to report for immediate hospital duty, it was reported here. The order was issued, it was learned, •after a survey disclosed that Rumanian doctors were inadequate to cope with the steadily mounting wounded Rumanian troops returning from the Russian front. The Russian Red Army is taking a tremendous toll of the combined German and Rumanian troops. All hospitals in Bucharest and other large Rumanian cities are taxed to capacity. The shortage of competent medical men in Rumania is acute. A similar situation in Nazi Germany recently resulted in a Nazi order to Jewish doctors, hitherto barred from practice, to report to military hospitals. Severe penalties were provided for Jewish doctors and nurses who refuse to comply with the order. EUROPEAN JEWISH REFUGEES ARE BEATEN BY JAPANESE Shanghai (W N S)—Scores of European Jewish refugees were among the hundred? of persons beaten and mauled by Japanese marines in the Honkew section of the International Settlement following the fatal shooting of a Japansese Navy warrant officer, supposedly by Chinese terrorists. While searching for the terrorists, the Japanese marines forced their way into Jewish refugee camps and beat many of the internees. Several young Jewish girls charged that the marines had kicked them. Hongkew was searched house by house, with the occupants forced to wait all night outside in a driving rain. DR. WEIZMANN. WZO HEAD. ARRIVES SAFELY IN LONDON London (W N S)— Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and of the World Zionist Organization, has arrived safely in London after his trip from New York.



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PAGE FOUR rJenist-nDrXf&r FRIDAY. AUGUST 1, 1941 W tewisti Meridian PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Bntered a* Second ClaM Matter July i. !9M at t Offk* of M;.T;,I. Florida, under the Act of Ifarct :. ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION SIX MONTHS si on MIAMI, VOLUME 14 FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1941 NUMBER 31 JERUSALEM AND MOSCOW V.'ar brings peace also. This is the significance to be read in the dispatch by the Histadruth, the Federation of Jewish Labor organizations of Pclestine, of two delegations to Moscow, the one, a medical unit, the other in the nature of a good will mission. No stranger gesture in a long time has been seen than this of good will between Jerusalem and Moscow. The Jewish labor movement, as expressed in the Palestine Histraduth. has been wont to look upon the Communists hitherto, as a good Communists looks upon a capitalist and Soviet Russia has entertained as little love for the Histraduth. Today, Jerusalem greets Moscow with "Shalom." Will Moscow answer with "Zdrcsvuite?" There appear many circumstances on the horizon which lend support to the belief that she will. There are evidences of a change of attitude by Soviet Russia on many issues. Now •hat England is fighting side by side with Soviet Russia, the old charge that Zionism is a tool of British imperialism must be soft pedaled. The announcement that Russia is permitting many from Poland to proceed to Russia is but one evidence of many in recent days to indicate some abandonment of the former intense Soviet hostility to Zionism. Will this attitude survive the war? The answer, of course, hinges partly on the question of whether Soviet Russia itself will survive the war. It would seem that if she does, it may be reasonably expected that a more friendly mood will persist, even after the passing of the present emergency, if for no other reason than the simple human one, that once people have "made up," they are after a fashion "vacinated" against a recurrence of the old hostility. PRESS ASKS JEWS BE SENT TO THE FRONT LINES PROPHECY "It is wholly probable that we shall witness much of anarchy as well as of war ere the death grapple between totalitarianism and democracy has told its tale. The one thing that under the providence of God may save the world from this supreme tragedy is the might of Britain, strengthened and supported by the sustaining power of the British Dominions and India and the help of the United States. Even so, it is going to take all that all of us can give to bring this immense struggle to a successful issue." —Canadian Prime Minister W. L. MacKenzie King WILLIAMSTOWN INSTITUTE SEEKS TO UNITE AMERICANS ON PEACE PRINCIPLES This symbolic drawing of the world of the future is being used by the National Conference of Christians and Jews as an emblem for the 1941 Williamstown Institute of Human Relations at Williams College, Aug, 24th to 29th. The Institute will discuss the principles for which Americans should stand in the reconstuction of the postwar world order under the theme, "The World We Want to Live In." Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders from every section of the country will attend. Ankara (WNS^—Charging that the Jews in Germany and the Nazi-dominated countries are the only people not suffering as the result of the war, the "Black Corps." official organ of the Storm Troopers, demanded that special battalions of Jews be organized and sent to the Russian front, it was learned here. The Nazi paper declared that while Germans. Rumanians. Hungarians. Slovaks and other peoples were making great sacrifices the Jews were making none. The newspaper proposed that Jews of military age in all countries under Hitler domination be mobilized into special Jewish divisions and assigned to important work in the war against 'Jewish Bolshevism." No mention was made of the fact that hundreds of thousands of Jews are at the present time constructing fortifications and roads under the most dangerous conditions. The Nazis have ordered Jewish labor gangs to repair roads which arc under day and night air attack. The Nazi paper implied that there were certain vital sectors of the Russian front where Jews could serve a useful purpose. While these sectors were not identified, military observers here believed that Jews might be sent to areas which have been untenable for the Germans because of the high loss of life. At a central meeting of the Hitler youth movement in Berlin the question of sending Jews to the front was discussed. Under present Nazi regulations, Jews are not permitted to serve in Germany's armed forces since they are not considered citizens of the country. Meanwhile, the Nazi interior Ministry announced that all Jews will be excluded from indemnity for damages resulting from air raids. This ruling affects foreign Jews residing in Germany and Nazi-occupied territories as well as native Jews. In the event, however, that an "aryan" suffers loss or damage while on a Jew's property the Jew must by law pay the "aryan" for the loss incurred. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONCLUB IN SANTIAGO, BEAT THREE JEWS Santiago, Chile (WNS)—Members of the local Nazi party invaded the headquarters of the Jewish club here, smashing windows and destroying furniture and books. Three employees of the club who resisted were severely beaten. The hooligans lined up officials and members of the club and forced them to give the Nazi salute. The Nazis fled before the police arrived and an investigation was started immediately. The liberal press in Chile condemned the outrage and demanded that the government take necessary steps to cope with the situation. The Interior Minister issued a statement declaring that the attackers were Nazis under the influence of the antiSemitic Deputy George Gonzales von Mories. The anti-Semitic deputy has on several occasions in the past attacked Jews and was once brought to trial at which time the prosecutor urged the court to have von Mories examined to determine if he was mentally balanced. The court rejected the request. YOU SHOULD KNOW The broadside which the Friends of Democracy have issued under the title "Henry Ford Must Chose" is a most convincing piece of literature However, it comes a little late While there is no doubt that anti-Semites in this country and elsewhere are bandying about Henry Ford's name as their patron saint, and that W. J. Cameron, his close associate, is a notorious prejudice-monger. Ford's apology to Louis Marshall years ago still stands as a retraction which, if duplicated today, would have just as little effect as it had originally Don't be surprised if Washington soon issues a blacklist of Swiss corporations that actually are German-controlled and that are doing big business for the fighters against democracy We have it from an unimpeachable source, by the way, that a member of the Nazi High Command bears the reminiscent name of General Stulpnagel. JEWISH NEWS Those who expect the Zionist convention, scheduled for Cincinnati in September, to bring a hot tug-of-war contest between various groups, will be disappointed It's true that there is no unity in the leadership But unless a pre-conven tion agreement is made concerning a change, there will be no contest—just re-elections Doing some important research work in New York for the American Jewish Congress is the son of the late Haham Dr. Moses Gastor of London, who was one of the outstanding Jewish scholars of the century That speech which Pierre van Paassen recently delivered in Manhattan in the interests of a Jewish army has been reprinted in extense in the Congressional Record The Revisionist group which is training Jewish pilots for Palestine in this country today finds itself in a most unfortunate position The pilots are doing well and about to be graduated with honors—but there are no funds available for the buying of planes Two Reform rabbis less than a hundred miles away from New York are making plans, we are told, for the publication of a New English-Jewish magazine. REFUGEE REPORT The new State Department regulations, in effect since July 1st, have virtually stopped the possibility of salvaging Jewish refugees stuck in Spain, France, Portugal and Nazi-occupied territories With the German advance into Russia the number of Jews trapped by Hitler is increasing daily Unless our Jewish leadership concentrates on the problem of how to rescue those who still can be saved, 1941 will prove the blackest year in Jewish history Refugee Magda Lupescu and her friend, former King Carol of Rumania, are under the constant watch of Cuban police in their Havana refuge, because of threatening letters they have received. THIS AND THAT George Price, who retired from the entertainment field a number of years ago to become a financier, still can hold an audience with his songs, according to the testimony of those who saw a recent impromptu performance he gave at a suburban club where he had been dining ... Dr. Sigmund Spaeth, the one-man musical encyclopedia who can dissect your favorite swing tune to show what makes it click—Le., from which classical composer each phrase was taken—has opened an office where hopeful young song-writers can get tips on the best source of material Branching out into the more serious type of music, incidentally, is swing band leader Artie Shaw, who has written a concerto for the clarinet The soloist he had in mind is none other than boogie-woogie king Benny Goodman We don't believe that Sarah Bernhardt left any film record of her amazing art, but a forthcoming film will include an impersonation of the Divine Sarah by Judy Garland. CURIOSITY SHOP Greer Garson, the Irish-born actress, recalls that her first acting job was the role of a Jewish school teacher in Elmer Rice's "Street Scene," produced by a Birmingham, England, repertory group And she played that role so effectively that later she had difficulty in convincing theatre directors that she wasn't really a Jewish girl, and could play other types of parts, too What is there to that story that in 1936 an Ohio newspaper sponsored a contest for mothers of outstanding motion picture stars, and that on this occasion evidence was brought forward to show that Clark Gable's real moniker is Isidore Herschelmann, and that the place where he first saw the light of day was the now beleaguered city of Minsk, Russia? ABOUT PEOPLE The most surprised man in New York on a certain morning a few weeks ago was M. Maldwin Fertig, member of the N. Y. Transit Commission, when he read in the paper that he had received the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the city council Believe it or not, he had never been consulted. Fellow passengers of Dr. Chaim Weizmann on his plane trip back to England were a daughter of Lord Halifax, the British Ambassador to the U. S., and scribe Sam Spewack, who will report from London for the New York Post ... A one-man recruiting force for the U. S. Air Corps is New York's Ben Lakow, himself an army aviator of the first world war, whose hobby it is to find likely young men and persuade them to join the air arm of Uncle Sam's army Lakow, who sells office furniture for a living, is credited with having brought over seventy embryo flyers to the army in the past year or so. WEEKLY GIGGLE Via the trans-Atlantic grapevine Comes the story of a Berlin Jew, named Adolf Feiwelsohn, who applied to the courts for permission to have his moniker changed "Sorry, it can't be done," he wen told "Only the Fuehrer himself has the au(CONTINUED ON PAGE I) I mmmmmm



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 1, 1941 Jew 1st noridktn r Kt • BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Waahington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S W. 21at Terrace Daily Synagogue Services Snachriss, daily at 8 a. m.; Saturday 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 Soodoss, Saturday at 7 p. m. Tjsha B'Ab services will be held Saturday night at 7:30 in the new building. The Rabbi will speak on "News from Palestine." Morning services will be held at 7:30 a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbi's Realdence: 1823 S W. 14th Terrate Phone 3-5192 590 S W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S 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 6:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8:30 a.m. Tish B'ab—Sat. evening at 7:30. Tisha B'ab—Sunday morning at 8. BOY LEADER OF B"NAI BTHTH YOUTH William Suckle. 18 year old Harvard freshman and member of Oak Lane Chapter, Philadelphia, who was elected Grand A. D. L. RECEIVES CHECK TO AID DEFAMATION WORK The Florida Regional Office this week was in receipt of the first local contribution toward its work, in the form of a check for $37.72 from Hairy Zukernick, treasurer of the former Joint Boycott Council. In an accompanying letter, Mr. Zukernick said: "This sum represents the balance in the treasury of the Joint Boycott Council Against Aggressor Nations of which I was treasurer. That organization has been inactive for several years and I therefore feel that the work which it tried to do can best be carried on by the Anti-Defamation League. "I know that this sum will be put to a very useful purpose." The sum contributed to the ADL will be devoted to a special literature project. Holiday Services Saturday, August 2nd at sundown, through Sunday. August 3 at sundown, will mark the fast of Tisha B'Av concluding the traditional three weeks which began Sunday evening, July 13. This period commemorated in sorrow the destruction of our holy temple at Jerusalem. Our special services observing this holiday, including the prayer of Aicho to be chanted by Cantor Joseph Malek and his Talmud Torah boys choir, will be held in our synagogue Saturday evening beginning at 7:30 o'clock and on Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Today in this crucial period especially observant of the sorrowful biblical days and the prayers for peace and deliverance of our people and all humanity, we should fill our synagogue to capacity. A Humanitarian Response At a regular meeting of our Ladies Auxiliary held last Tuesday afternoon a plea was made for hospitality including lodging overnight and meals or both for our Jewish boys who visit Miami on leave from army, navy or marine government training. The response was overwhelming and we hope this appeal will be met Aleph Godol of the Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith's youth organization, at the 18th annual convention at Kerrville, Texas. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miaml'e Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SMACIKO, HaOOl 498 S. W. 11th 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. THE ROSBDAIDB INN 70§ Fifth Avenue Wat Phone) 9137 HENDERSONVTLLE. NORTH CAROLINA Excellent KOSHER Meals Located in Western Nortk Carolina's Beautiful "Land of the Sky." Every day delightfully cool. with the same success throughout all of our organizations and in the community at large. Our young men in government training are most deserving of this hospitality. Red Cross Work Our members are cooperating to the fullest extent in aiding the American Red Cross with the making of surgical dressings which is being done at Richard's store daily and the sewing and knitting handled through the Y. M. H. A. and Beth David Congregation and the various work rooms open for aiding this noble cause. Moonlight Sail Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a gala boat ride on Wednesday evening, August 20 at 9 o'clock on the Yacht Biscayne which will leave Pier 7, City Yacht basin. Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum are co-chairmen of this event. All proceeds go for the benefit of the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. Special Meeting Mrs. Ida Buckstein, president of the Ladies Auxiliary, has called a special meeting for Tuesday, August 5th at 2 p. m. at the new synagogue. All members are requested to attend. L. FREDERICK BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 912 Congress Building Phone 2-7112 Res. Phone 7-5192 MIAMI. FLORIDA \trs. Louit Margnlies Rcportino far Belli Pa-id Congregation anJ Sisttrhoo>i Sisterhood A card, bingo and man jongg party of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held Monday evening, August II at the PepsiCola building, 1251 N. W. 36th street, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and her committee, Mrs. Isador Fine, cochairman, Mrs. Macy R. Levinson, Mrs. Isador Silberstcin. and Mrs. S. B. Miller. Mrs. Seitlin promises a most enjoyable evening and requests all members and friends to please keep this date in mind. Monday, August 11th. For reservations please call the office. 2-1473. PAGE FIVE i TEMPLE ISRAEL Tisha-B'Av Services Tisha-B-Av, marking the destruction of the two temples of Jerusalem, will be ushered in at Beth David Synagogue, Saturday evening, August 2nd at 7:30 o'clock and Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7748 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-126S Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaQoree Drive Ph. 61738 Miami Beach Congregational Regular services will be held at Temple Israel this Friday evening, August 1st, at 8:15 o'clock, with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Friday evening services are held at the Temple throughout the summer, 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 evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Martha Tunick, wife of Samuel Tunick. Yahrzeits: Sarah Rebecca Eskin, mother of Mrs. Jack Bernstein; Gus Eisenmann, brother of Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer; G. F. Newburger, husband of Mrs. G. F. Newburger; Joseph Wien. father of Sidney A. Wien, Leonard A. Wien and Mortimer E. Wien; Nathan W. Mittleman, father of Mrs. Irwin Silvern; Mordecai Weintraub, father of Maurice Weintraub; Irving Kuperberg, brother of Mitchell Kuperberg. [ BOARD OF JEWISH DEPUTIES CONSIDERING PRAYER DAY Experienced Young CANTOR Beautiful Voice. Reasonable. Looking for Position for High Holidays REV. E. KATZ 302 West Amelia Avenue TAMPA. FLORIDA London (W N S)—The British j Board of Jewish Deputies now has under consideration a proposal to proclaim a Jewish pray%  er-day throughtout the world, it I was learned. The proposal was made, it was understood, by Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz of England. rJoGUST BROsTiSJ^ J* is the BEST.' __\, F. A PETERSON. District Manager Your "Shelby" repreeentative will ap. praciate an opportunity to aaaiat you with your printed form problems. PHONE 4-4240 P. O. Box 4473 You'll find him well qualified to of/*—• T r n irc rT fer helpful auggeationa, and eager to COHAL GABLLb, rLA. you" wUh'." mplM any ""'"* <0rm The Shelby Salesbook Co.



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PAGE EIGHT ^JeniUncrkhar FRIDAY, AUGUST 1. 1341 The ADL News Service WILLIAM L BOXERMAN Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH ..--. • rrt^t itsimrt, %  / u riven ::.-.:'•' kttcntjoo by Dr 'tma-mi rk/ .'nv r at •...."..-> wr.icr. at KW £i.-,x'w-. %  --erity they might rave Sees'Hite'as Permanent Problem ,i* t .t -. %  %  ... .— aver.:, %  / %  frwasti -•'-" a 1 c„—..^ —ffti ra*j ii i in -••• :-.ge cf a dozen new anti-ae **g -„ jeach year since 1933. A.-..;... •** :!_ *•"* '"" *" :,r v iimmi th" — ^—'• Thi. nekw. pve spac, in **^ p ni 1 ^ _| States ud ••v.. even under the mod unfavorable conditions, reas a minor ideology The anti-J colurr.r. I me : the boo* viewen from r net 0 because "~ %  c .ri%  mthisnatMMV be i be treated Bf H • phenomenon T author makes the point .-:.%  A Study of Hate Why Itai ino-Semitisn: latent in • '-' imtil v.:;=:• %  • -'• f the Jews I UM pressing and tntesti t 7r.•. Nazi and Fascist successes id ar.d adopt:: r. ::' Nazi id%  .:-.-.r ata for a : .".: .< rar.:-. =r. i legalized iiscriinination in • United State* Nazi mili t ar y incursioni inevita .; %  an succeeded by persecuti n .:' Jews A untry 5 Strong I th -' present mtensifteauon d I Texas faculty according to Dr. „ student of 1 Su ** resulti F.P.&L. AIDS IN RELIEF OF POWER SHORTAGE The interconnected system of For.da Power and Light Company, of which Miami is a part, will soon be tied in with power lines that stretch throughout the southeastern states. Dave Bosworth, power company manager here, said yesterday The power lines are being connected so that the Florida company can help .-. %  the shortage of power caused by the drought in the southeastern area. Mr Bosworth said the connection would be made with the Fl :-a Power Service Company's -ear Sanford. and with the la Power Corporation's lines near Lake City Connection of Florida Power Corporation's lines will also be made with othi r power companies in Geor*:. which in turn supply power to the grid of lines extending thr ughout other states. F< Aral Power Commission officials recently directed that the interconnections be made to in the National Defense .::. Engineers of the local company in Miami are working; at top speed on plans to connect the transmission lines as soon as possible. B'nai B 'nth Not e s By MILTON FRIEDMAN SAM SILVER Guest Columnist the rise c: group pre; 1930-40 a perioc .:.-. the rise of Adolf Hitler ar.d Nations: Socialism in Europe To be representative of antiSemitic organizations too numerous to detail in one volume eleven organizations of varying characteristics were selected by Dr. Strong to serve as •guinea pigs'' in his study. Tnese are: the German-American Bund. Silver Shirts. National Union for Social Justice. Defenders of the Christian Faith. Edmor.dsor. Economic Service American VIar.t ;r.tt".:g'.-nce Federation. Industrial Defense Association. James True Associates. American Christian Defenders. Order of '76. and the Paul Reveres. educational program is called for to meet the threat arising from a combination of all of the above factors which are conducive to 1 organized race hatred. The Flor-, ida Regional Office of ADL is endeavoring to contribute toward j such a program. Dame Rumor A fickle jade is Dame Rumor, more apt than not to react with a vengeance on those who do her bidding! In the present period of tension, frayed nerves and suspicion, it is little wonder that rumors to the effect that "so-andso is anti-Semitic" gain credence in the Jewish communities re such reports are twisted by many bearers and passed on to i the next fellow with new and,' STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PACE 4) \s the author points out. many shocking embellishments. organizations" are merely loose.' Calm and dignified investiga-j concepts, consisting of commit-, uons often prove that whispered reports are utterly unfounded.' concepts, cons.sting tees, letterheads, mailing lists, and little more. However, real irganizationi with large membertups, regular meetings. und rir.ar.ces and a clear-cut program are dangers to our democracy they deal almost exclusiv--.;.in race hatred, and they have received Dr. Strong's special conAderation. Dr. Strong g:\es penetrating -p.aracter sketches of anti-Semitic leaders in his book. Interesting conclusions reached reveal that the leaders of these frustrations almost invariably are middleaged or old men who presumably have suffered frustrations and defeats in life which predispose them toward "taking it out" on on a convenient scapegoat. Winrod is 43: Father Charles Coughlin. 50; William Dudley Pelly. 56; James True. 60; Col. E. II Hadley. 69: Edward Hunter. 66: Robert Edmondson 69: and Col. E. N. Sanctuary. 71. Seven leaders of the eleven and it then is incumbent uponj the tellers of tales to repair the damage—if that is possible—to pe r s ons and firms unjustly accused of being anti-Semitic or sympathetic to the Nazis. The F r.-ia Regional Office of the ADL always is ready to be of service in the obtaining and dissemination of facts, not fancies, and requests that Jewish leaders act with dispatch in preventing possible injustices to non-Jewish final and individuals who are the subjects of whispering campaigns. eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITTLE INN OPEN ALL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN f—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY T HOL. SAN OS—M AY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "APASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIOOPMILUS We Sincerely Believe That There it Ne Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK thority to grant such permission to a Jew" Scion of a proverbially stiff-necked people. Feiwelsohn set to work to get an audience with Herr Hitler—not an easy task, as you can imagine. It took him month*, but finally, with the aid of a distant relative who had been elevated to the rank of "honorary Aryan." Herr Feiwelsohn one fine day found himself in Hitler's private office. face to face with the Fuehrer What is it that you want. Jew'" barked the Fuehrer, with his best Judenfressing glare Inwardly trembling but outwardly calm. Herr Feiwelsohn explained that he wanted his name changed "And what is your name. Jew?"' asked Hitler "Adolf Feiwelsohn." our hero told him "Feiwelsohn. Feiwelsohn." repeated the Fuehrer, and an almost human look came into his eye "That is a terrible name. Feiwelsohn What would you like to change it to— Schul^e. perhaps?" "Why no. my Fuehrer." replied the Jew. "The name Feiwelsohn is good enough for me. as it was good enough for my father and grandfather But please^—can't I be called Moishe instead of Adolf?" When Milt Friedman called and invited me to write the B'nai B'nth column this week. I was highly pleased because it would give me a chance to spout off about the bang-up picnic that the picnic committee has planned for you. The picnic is to be held on Sunday. August 10th. at Greynolds Park, and is to be an all day affair Events have been arranged for every minute of the day. and prizes will be awarded to "the winners of each of the events. At 10 o'clock in the morning, the Miami people will meet at the Women's Club and the Miami Beach people will meet at the Hotel New Yorker. 1611 Collins Avenue, and everyone will then proceed to the picnic grounds Those of you who do ive transportation had better come to the starting places early so you can get rides with some of the brothers who have cars. At 11 o'clock in the morning, the Miami A. Z. A. and the Mian.; Beach A. Z. A. will oppose each other in a diamond ball game, and the winner of the game will play the B'nai B'rith team in the afternoon. After the game between the A. Z. A. chapters, there will be various events in which the members of the Lodge, the Auxiliary ?nd the Junior Auxiliaries can participate. For the more prosperous brothers with middle age spreads, there will be a fat man's race. For the "Hozzers." there will be a watermelon eating contest. Besides these, there will be a horseshoe pitching contest for the men. and a potato race. 50 yard dash, sack race and volleyball game for the women. Then ... we eat. Plenty of drinks and refreshments will be served by the Lodge to go a. with your picnic baskets. Incidentally, while preparing y ,: picnic baskets don't forget that the Opa Locka sailors ar.d R. A. F. boys at the Unive: of Miami are going to be guests It will be appreciated if each one of the ladies pa ks enough food for one extra pt-r-.-'n —one of the sailors or fliers The Junior Auxiliaries arr ing to pack enough food their picnic baskets to feed A. Z A. boys. At 230 in the aftemoo! main event of the day wi held. The B'nai B'rith ba!'. t play the A. Z. A. tear. I is victorious in the morni game. That's one ball (ami I you don't want to miss! 7 are some very good ball pi;-; on the A Z A. teams and thi are really out to beat our L team. It should be a big day :'•;. eryooe. Don't you agree'' K ever, don't forget one thing—. order to make the affair a hi success, we must have .. and enthusiastic crowd! L ail turn out. enter into the p.. spirit, and have a big time. Don't forget the date, time r place—Sunday. August 10th a. m.. Miami people meet at < Women's Club and Miami Bead people meet at the Hotel New Yorker, and then proceed to Greynolds Park. Now. I wish to tnank our umnist for affording me the opportunity of telling you what the picnic committee has in store for you. The next meeting of Sholt'.; Lodge will be held at the V. men's Club, on Tuesday availing August 12th. at 8 o'clock. T:. A. Z. A. boys will present the program at the meeting: and if you recall their program last year, you know that they will present something worth whilt Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORlOA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat* 37th and Normal Ave. Ckwaao IT LIKES YOU For Safety, Security and Liberal Return Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation # IIAIIE PEIIELUL Of MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST Resources Over S6.100.000 J. M LIPTON. President AVENUE )


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PAGE TWO *Jei&ncrMfor FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1941 Social Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS BIRTHS Morris Binder of Miami Beach left this week for an extensive summer vacation. • • • Mrs. Isador Cohen left for NewYork City where she expects to remain until September. • • • Mr and Mrs. Henry Shier and daughter. Sandra left today for :t short visit to Macon. Get | • • • Mrs B Sirkin and so:-. Reuben left Monday for Nashville. Tenn when thej will visit with friends and relatives • • • William Clein ..:•..: Dr B .' nan have returned :': two week's trip t< Wash New York • • • Mr am Mrs M Rifas left Wednesday for Chicag and N< York where they remain Septem • • • Befi Cohen of Mian I heft l -: for combined fur trip i N A York :' : %  • %  • • • :•!: and Mr? V. •.: Mi fter a :x week's motor trip visiting Call: r: ..%  and th< r at | arks • • • :• M<} er Klugman I 5 : rgia is spending several .. -..rith Mr. and Mrs Nathan --. and .. '. —I i and -. • -in-ls • %  Mr nd Mrs. C rles • Mr and Mrs Irving Appience the birth of a daughter. Linda Phlyis. July 27th at St Francis Hospital CameO THEATRE Washington Are. at 15th MIAMI BEACH FRIDAY. AUG. 1st ONLY ELLERY QUEEN'S PENTHOUSE MYSTERY" RALPH BELLAMY MA3GABE7 LINDSAY SAT. TrZ?.'J MON. cUKSOR 2—4 A Mi", r.z-tr^t := •-£ C-T *-i: KtTer Sleeps -ADVENTURE IN WASHINGTON" %  3BOT MARSHALL wmamuk MUCH Guests of Mrs R Dechovitz of • Miami Beach are Miss Max Butler. Mr and Mrs More: and Mr and Mrs Pieston of At • • • Mrs Jennie Rotfort accorapank .: ; %  • : pan nta Mr and Mrs ...Hart] nd Mrs C. O Abel. left this week for a visit 1 Neti York • • • Miss Ruth Blausu in I New Y rk City, niece .: Mr. and Mm L uis '•' s, is vacationii at the Poinciana Hotel Miami Beach • • • Burnett R -:.-. left Sunday 'or a three week's vacation I Pain Beach Day. na B ... and Lookout Mountain Chatta toga, T niM ssee • • • Miss Mars Tabachick Mm H Dechoviu is visiting her Sisur ..:..: i. ro'.r.-.r-ir.-'.aw. Mr. and Mrs Harry D Barn tl in Mem: .-see • • • Mr. and Mrs Max Minuer and ,h:-r; n Eth< I and J o n tui fir m a month's vacation % %  .siting Net* York City, Saral _.. Sir-.,;; and New Jersey. • • • Bemadim Roth, daughter of i Mr and Mrs. Nat Rcth. will leave S.i'._:o..\ : : %  .-.\ week's vacaItion % %  isiting Daytor.a Beach. Hennville and New York City • • • Rabbi Louis J. Swiskow of j Milwaukee, Wis., is visiting with I his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. i Swiskow for two weeks Mr j Swiskow is Gobai of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. • • • Mr and Mrs Max Ankman are I spending two weeks m New York They will visit their children and the national offices .:' the Pioneer Women's Organization. • • • Mr ?-!rs. Louis Markus ..•-. this week for a two month's vacation They will visit Mt Claremont N Y. and later join their daughter Lillian a: Unset ti spending the %  • %  • • • Mi ad Mn and Z rot! % %  .-.u att Thursday night I I nmal gathORGANGATIONS Last Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza Forum Dr. Abraham Wolfsn explained why Spinoza had such magnificent influence on most of the great Scientists. Philosophers and Poets of the World. The discussion after the lecture was led by Dr. George B. Lieberman. Rabbi of Wheeling. West Virginia. Mr. Sperling of 1 Birmingham. Alabama. Miss Blankenburg and Morton Rosenberg of Miami Beach. Miss Ruth Brotman. well known dramatic soprano, sang. Dr. Wolfson will give the 8th lecture on Spinoza, in this summer course again this Saturday on the topic. "Spinoza's Idea of Human Happiness." DEATHS Word has been received, from Chicago, of the de3th of I. Swam, long time resident of Miami. He was the father of Max. Joe. Sam and Mrs. Norma Rubin of Miami. Mrs. Rebecca Levit of Boston and Mrs. Ann Rosenblatt of Chicago. Funeral services will be held at the Jewish Funeral Home Sunday morning at 10:30. The burial will take place at Woodlawn Park Cemeterv. Mrs. Ida Buckstein Mr; Ida Buckstein. president of the Ladies Auxiliary cf the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation., has just returned to the city and will resume summer activities of the organizati n with a boat ride Wednesday evening. August 20th or. the Yacht Bisas the :':rs: of the series : events : • I es given for the Brit : the R A T ty :: •' -. :: Chai ~ an: Billy and K turned aftes II ..-; vacant New York New Jen ar.i Washington when tl -.._ relatives While m N Mrs. Peretzrr.a^ visited r.er -in-Law. Mr. and Mrs Sry_r Cir.er. HERMAN R. MECHLOWITZ. D. D. S. ~ — -*-.-PS the opening of offices for the prsc^ce oi general dentistry 1456 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Office Hours 9 a m. to 5:30 p. m. Phone 5-2526 Our own A. M. C, designed to keep you cool! niRUIEIGHT SHIRTS $000 *eec* Let the cool breezes sail through these A.M.C. Airweight shirts and stay as cool as a pool this summer. Airweight pique, sanforized shrunk, with soft collars. In white and solid colors. Sizes 14 to 17 in lot PALM BEACH TEES, washable, in prints and stripes. each $ L00 S€ES~S FVRXISHINC.-v MIAMI STOP.E. STP-EET FLOOR PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Miss Muriel Schutzer has returned from a two week's vacation in New Jersey and New York. Mrs Frank Barer has returned from New York where she visited her son. Marshal who is an art student there. Florence Coret. daughter of Dr and Mrs. Frank Coret. was married Wednesday afternoon at 5 p. m. in West Hollywood. California, to Lieutenant Herbert Wasserman of Los Angeles. A reception followed the ceremony with more than 300 friends and relatives attending. The couple will reside in Washington where Lieutenant Wasserman has been stationed. Mrs. Lee B. Lubel. the former Bemice Schutzer. has returned with her son to her home in San Antonio. Texas. For the past two months she has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutzer. New York (WNS>—Hundreds of friends and adherents of Vladimir Jabotinsky. the late ZionistRevisionist leader, attended the unveiling of a monument for Jabotinsky on his grave at the New Montefiere cemetery'Mrs. Jabotinsky. the Revisionist leaders widow, and son. Eri. attended the ceremonies which marked the first anniversary of Jabotinsky's death. Services for Tisha B Av will be held at Congregation Beth El at the Temple. 630 Fern street. Saturday night. Services are scheduled for 7 o'clock with the Rev. M. Kanter officiating. Joseph Schrcbnick will observe Yahrzeit. Mrs Charles Lebov has returned to her home in New Haven. Conn., after visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Gold of Palm Beach. Mrs. Lebov was accompanied to Jacksonville by her mother who will spend several days with relatives there. INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of Morris iMurrayt Jackel who disappeared from his home in Brooklyn. N. Y. in June 1939. and since then has failed to communicate with or contribute toward the support of his minor daughter. Phyllis, as a result of which she is in destitute circumstances and greatly in need of his financial assistance Mr. Jackel. who is believed to be in .a. was born in Austria in 1901. is 5 ft. 10>; ia tall we ghs 180 lbs., has dark brown hair, partly bald, brown eyes, and was a laundrymari by oeeujM Anyone aware of n:s location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 West 47th street. New York City. CmiKWKiAlUU} When Acid Indigestion, Go* em Stomach or Heartburn make you feel uncomfortable or embarrass you, try Alka-Seltzer, which contains alkalizing buffers and so helps counteract the associated Excess Stomach Acidity. But the relief of these minor stomach upsets is only a small part of what you can expect Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You will find it effective for Pain Relief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds and Muscular Aches and Pain.'. It contains an analgesic, (sodium aeetyl salicylate), made more prompt and effective in its painrelieving action by alkaline buffer salts. When hard work or strenuous exercise make you feel tired and dragged out, enjoy the refreshing effect of a glass of sparkling, tangy Alka-Seltzer. At Drag Stana hi ay <*• \lka-Sclt'/ci DR. L. H. FRANK announces hia association with DR. IRWIN SILVERN for the practice oi general dentistry T2A duPont Building. Miami Office Hours: 9 A M. to 5 P. M. Phone 2-2156 c. •)) yS^'yt-*^^-: % 


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