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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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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VOLUME 14No. 32
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
ANTI-SEMITES
MEET IN CAPITAL
TO PLAN DRIVE
New York (WNS)George Pa-
ganelli, editor of the violently
anti-Semitic "Christian Defend-
er" conferred in Washington re-
cently with Congressman John
E. Rankin of Mississippi, and ex-
Congressman John S. Schafer, of
Wisconsin, on plans to promote
anti-Semitic sentiment in the
United States, according to The
Hour, usually well-informed anti-
Nazi publication.
Rep. Rankin, who is now seek-
ing the senatorial nomination in
Mississippi, made the anti-Semitic
speech whch led to the tragic
death of Rep. Michael Edelstein
of New York. The anti-Semites
were reported to have "joked"
about the incident during their
deliberations.
The Hour reported that Rep.
Rankin advanced the following
formula for keeping America out
of war and preventing further aid
to the Allies:
"Blame the war on the Jews.
Label this a Jewish war, a war
brought about by international
Jewish bankers. Spread this
around the country and our bat-
tle is won."
Ex-Congressman Schafer, un-
daunted by his recent defeat in
the Wisconsin elections, The Hour
said, "is building a secret organi-
zation which he hopes will be the
focal point for anti-democratic,
anti-Semitic feeling in the Unit-
ed States."
"He told Paganelli that he
hopes to enlist the support of a
large numbers of World War vet-
erans and that he will soon start
for the Middle West on a speak-
ing tour. He intends to make
Washington the headquarters for
his fifth column organization."
NAZI NEWS AGENCY SAYS
DISPOSAL OF 90 IN CROATIA
New York (WNS)A report
circulated here by DNB, official
Nazi news agency, stated that 102
persons had been tried by court
martial, sentenced to death, and
executed within a few hours af-
ter four bombs were thrown at
marching militiamen in Zabreb,
Croatia.
The Nazi agency said that four
"Communists" who threw the
bombs were arrested on the scene
and that "an additional 90 Jews
and Communists involved in the
"plot" were disposed of shortly
afterwards.
SOVIET LEADER
IS SYMPATHETIC
TD DELEGATION
MINISTER REAFFIRMS POLICY
OF JEWISH PALESTINE HOME
London (WNS)Prime Minis-
ter Winston Churchill declared in
the House of Commons that
"there is no need for any change
in the policy of His Majesty's
Government regarding Palestine."
The Prime Minister gave assur-
ances that this policy will be tak-
en into consideration during the
discussions in Cairo with regard
to the creator of a pan-Arab fed-
eration.
Little is known here of the
present talks in Cairo. Moshe
Shertok, head of the political de-
partment of the Jewish Agency,
made a flying trip to Cairo, but
the results of his talks with the
British and Arab leaders are as
yet unknown.
The reaction of the Jewish com-
munity in Palestine to the pro-
posed pan-Arab federation will
be conveyed to British and
American Jewry by David Ben-
Gurion, chairman of the Zionist
Executive, who if preparing to
leave Palestine within a few days
for a circuitous flying trip to
London which includes a brief
stop-over in the United States.
Berne (WNS)The Rumanian
decree ordering all "alien Jews"
to leave Rumania within 14 days
has thrown thousands of Jews
into a state of panic, it was re-
ported here.
London (WNS)Leaders of the
Agudas Israel obtained an inter-
view with Ivan Maisky, Soviet
Ambassador to Britain, during
which the Russian Envoy pro-
mised to issue a statement on
the question of religious freedom
in Soviet Russia, it was learned
here.
Members of the delegation
which visited the Soviet Ambas-
sador said afterwards that Mai-
sky had evinced "considerable
sympathy" when spokesmen for
the orthodox Jews broached the
oroblem of religious freedom in
the Soviet Union.
The headquarters of the Agudas
Israel disclosed that delegations
had been sent to the British For-
eign Office and to the exiled Po-
lish Government.
Following the formal signing
of the Russo-Polish pact, the
Agudah World Executive sent a
message of greetings to Polish
Premier General Sikorski. The
message reminded the Polish
Premier that close to 1,000,000
Jews were now trapped in the
war zone on Polish and Soviet
territory and declared that "al-
though these victims are now
suffering from the Nazi maraud-
ers, they too will rejoice over
the -fact that Russia and Poland
have joined in friendship."
SEGALL IS NAMED
ASSISTANT TO
ATTY. GENERAL
Sidney L. Segall, long time
resident of Miami and son of Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip Segall, pioneer
residents, this week received ap-
pointment by Tom Watson as as-
sistant attorney general of Flor-
ida. Segall, born in Tampa, is 33
years old and a graduate of Mi-
ami High School. He attended
the University of Florida, Cor-
nell University, University of
Michigan and Ohio State Unver-
sity. He was graduated from the
University of Illinois where he
received his A.B. degree and from
Northwestern University with a
Juris Doctor's degree. He has
practiced law here since 1933 and
was formerly associated with J.
M. Flowers, professor of law,
University of Miami, and now in
practice of law in partnership
with Robert R. Taylor, county so-
licitor of Dade County, under the
firm name of Taylor & Segall,
with offices in duPont Building,
Miami.
Mr. Segall is active in both
civic and Jewish organizational
work and is president of Miami
District of Zionist Organization of
America. He is a member of
Dade County and Florida Bar As-
sociations; Young Democratic
Clubs of Florida, and State
FREE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD
WILL CONQUER BARBARISM
Washington (WNS)Secretary
of State Cordell Hull, back at
his desk after a two-month rest,
told reporters gathered at a press
conference that the forces of
barbarism would be defeated by
the remaining free peoples of the
world.
"I feel very strongly," Mr.
Hull said, "that unity of purpose,
maximum effort and firm deter-
mination, the remaining free peo-
ples of the world will win, and
that those who are at present the
victims of the forces of barbarism
can hope for the restoration of
their human rights and liberties.
NAZIS "PROVE"
ROOSEVELT HEAD
OP B'NAI B'RITH
IS
HILLEL OIRECTOR
AT U. Df ELORIDA
Washington, D. C. Appoint-
ment of Rabbi Louis Younger-
man, a graduate of the 1941 class
of Hebrew Union College, as di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
foundation at the University, of
Florida, Gainesville, Fla., was
-.nnnunced this week at B'nai
B'rith headquarters.
Hitherto this Hillel unit was
directed by Rabbi Max Eichorn,
who was also in charge of the
Hillel counselorship at Florida
Women's College in Tallahassee,
where he was rabbi of the Jew-
ish community. The work at
Gainesville has grown so rap-
idly that it has no been made a
full-time unit. Rabbi Eichorn
will continue as Hillel director
at Florida Women's College.
Geneva (WNS) Apparently
not satisfied with the world re-
action to its recent "sensational
disclosure" that President Roose-
velt is a Freemason, the Nazi
propaganda machine uncovered
"unimpeachable" evidence "prov-
ing" that the American chief ex-
ecutive is the honorary president
of "the Jewish order B'nai B'rith"
it was learned here.
The "authentic documents"
were found, the Nazi press ex-
plained, during a surprise raid
on the headquarters of B'nai
B'rith in Oslo, Norway. It will be
recalled that the Nazis paid an
earlier visit to Oslo to discover
the president's membership in
the Freemasons.
The frequency of the Nazi vis-
its to Oslo in recent days has led
neutral observers to the belief
that the German railroads have
instituted excursion rates to that
famous Norwegian city or that
the highly imaginative Dr. Goeb-
bels has gone to Oslo to get away
from his Russian nightmare.
Making the most of their new
"sensation" the Nazi press ex-
plained that the B'nai B'rith is
supervising the direction of the
plan expounded by the "Elders
of Zion" to subjugate the entire
world under "Jewish rule." Pres-
ident Roosevelt was pictured as a
tool of the B'nai B'rith working
hand in hand with "international
Jewry."
PACKING PLANT
SEEKS TO ENJOII
6 NOTED RABBIS
Boston (WNS)The problem*
of "kashruth" will be aired in Un-
civil courts for the first time in
the history of the Boston Jewish
community as a result of an in-
junction obtained by Irving Kel-
ler, owner of the Stadium Pack-
ing Company, against six prom-
inent Orthodox rabbis.
The injunction forbids the rab-
bis to place a religious ban on
the products of the company tx
to interfere with the sale of lb*
company's products pending a
decision from the local court*-
The rabbis involved are Rabbi*
Eliezer Silver, Iseiah Karlinsky,
Israel Rosenberg, Abraham I.
Kalmonovitz, Judah Leib Seltzetv
and Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
The controversy opened wbr*
the recently established local Or-
thodox Rabbinical committee
placed the Stadium Packing Com-
pany under its supervisor!- Mr.
Keller agreed to permit all rabbi*
to study conditions at the slaugh-
ter house and to supervise the
company's adherence to the kash-
ruth laws.
He objected to supervision *
his establishment by one rabh~
and insisted that the right to hint
whatever shochtim he wanted to
was his prerogative.
Rabbi Soloveitchik. who ta*d-
been the supervisor of the Stad-
ium Packing Company, demand
ed that no other rabbis be per-
mitted to come into the slaugh-
ter house, and enlisted the aid o4
five nationally-known rabbis.
Mr. Keller said that he had ap-
plied for an injunction because-
he feared that the rabbis would
place an "issur" (religious ban*
on his products which would have
the effect of forcing him to clos*"
his business.
Sidney L. Segall
Chairman of Resolutions Com-
mittee, thereof; member of board
of directors of Young Democratic
Club of Dade County; Miami Ju-
nior Chamber of Commerce; Sho-
lem Lodge B'nai B'rith; Miami
Elks Lodge; Tau Epsilon Phi Fra-
ternity; National Collegiate Fra-.
ternity; and president of Tau Ep-
silon Alumni Association of Mj-
ami.
Mr. Segall is expected to as-
sume his position around Sep-
tember 1st.
NAZIS ARREST 90 MORE JEWS
ON "ECONOMIC SABOTAGE"
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi-
occupying authorities of Norway
ordered the arrest of 90 more
Jews on the charge of "economic '
sabotage," it was reported here.
The latest arrests bring to 700
the number of Jews arrested on
similar charges.
E
JEWS SHOT FOR
SABOTAGE ACTS
Geneva (WNS)The Jews of
Belgrade will have to pay a sub-
stantial part of the 10,000.000
dinars fine imposed on the former
capital of Yugoslavia by the Nazi
occupation authorities, it was re-
ported here. The fine was levied,
the Nazi radio reported, because
of the "increasing sabotage and
terrorist activities."
Announcement of the tine came
shortly after the German radio
announced that 122 Jews and
Communists had been executed.
No details were given but a sec-
ond Nazi broadcast stated that
"many Jews in Belgrade were
shot for sabotage."
NAZI RACIAL CREED DANGER
TO BE STUDIED AT WILLIAMS
Williamstown (WNS)Recog-
nition of the Nazi-Fascist creed
of racial purity and superiority
as potential "dynamite" in 9
country like the United State*
whose population represents -a
mixture of 47 old world nation*.
will bring American experts ***
race problems to the WUIianw-
town Institute of Human Rela-
tions here, August 24 to 29, for a
thorough discussion of mean* U>
forestall the spread of this ideol-
ogy.
Ruth Benedict, Columbia Uni-
versity anthropologist and autho*'
of "Race and Politics"; Prof-
Rayford W. Logan, negro histor-
ian of Howard University; Or
Otto Klineberg, eminent psychol-
ogist and author of "Race Differ-
ences;" and Godfrey Schmidt.
New York State Labor Depart-
ment authority on the cultural
background of Americans. w0
head a forum discussion on the
problem during the Institutes
which is sponsored by the Na-
tional Conference of Christian*
and Jews. .
"*v
Berne (WNS)Reports reach-
ing here state that the recent i
ecution of Jews in Belgrade
reprisals for the murder of m
Nazi soldier and of a pro-Natn
Serbian policeman. Hundreds "
arrests followed the killings.


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FRIDAY. AUGUST 8. 1941
* Jewish thridiaiin
PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^
KOMMENTS aE|
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
With this Usue we innovate for youdear readers
KING'S KOMMENTS
Sometimes briefsometimes lengthy
Of course depending on King's kommenting
Tidbits,revealing,caustic or sweet
At all timesreadersfor you a treat.
If on your feet the shoes will fit
Wont you please try and calmly sit
Untilyou'll meet others galore
Who will swear 'twas them for sure.
If well it fits, the hat your head
For G-ds sake tears please do not shed
For all about you there will be
Many others cussing me
Swearing 'twas them that was meant
When honest'twas only King's Komment.
Tisha B'Av was almost cele-
brated in a rather unusual man-
ner in Miami when an influ-
ential organization planned its
UUtual picnic on that day. The |
error was rectified in time and
BB came through once again
following the usual policy of
adhering to Jewish traditions
M a Jewish organization, re- |
gardless of members' individ- I
ual dictates.
And then there's the group of
women who festivated on the eve
of the inception of the holiday
and all who partook of the re-
freshments took seriously ill of
food poisoning. Let that be a
lesson.
premium. One group needing
much more help than they now
have could get twice as much
work out of these few young-
sters now serving, if the ma-
jor domo would spot a few lit-
tle things as furnishing lunch
money and car faremaybe
the kids can't afford to foot
expenses surely they're de-
serving. A case of penny wise
and pound foolishAll King
says is a word to the wise -.
We've heard of clubs and or-
ganizations going to the dogs I
but when they go to the Bow-
ery, things must be bad. An-
other case where the frame i
didn't fit the picturelike a |
refugee in Germany.
Federation has a new direc-
torDirect from the Nation's
Capitalcomes KLASSto our
community and we don't mean
maybe. Formal announcement
will be made next week.
Volunteer workers regardless
of age or of the cause are at a I
The bell rings again when the
president of one of our groups
leaves soon for Tallahassee to
sit behind a desk with a title not
to be snickered atof course this
it not a new moniker for our
community.
"We told you so" that much
used phrase is being polished
off to be used shortly for a
group of "big-wigs" who are
too short-sighted to appreciate
the hint and advice tendered
them at a private conference
last week attended by a "big 6"
They were told about im-
pending trouble affecting them
personally as well as reaction
to our people in the area that
will be felt. Mind your busi-
ness was the gist of the reply.
Tread carefully, brothers.
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Ankara (WNS)A Rumanian
court martial ordered the im-
mediate execution of two Jewish
physicians, Drs. Mendelowitz and
Berkovici, after finding them
guilty of deliberately "poison-
ing" wounded Nazi and Ruman-
ian soldiers, it was reported here.
The two doctors were among
the hundreds of Jewish doctors
mobilized by Government decree
into a special medical corps when
non-Jewish doctors in Rumania
were unable to cope with the
steadily growing number of
wounded men returning from the
Russian front. In civilian life.
Jewish doctors arc forbidden to
treat non-Jewish patients.
The two physicians had resided
in Jassy, the scene of the mass
execution of 500 Jews last month
on the ground that the Jews were
"Communist agents and sabo-
teurs." No details were forth-
coming about the alleged "poi-
soning" incidents. The Rumanian
press merely announced the court
martial's sentence and the fact
that the firing squad was com-
posed of German and Rumanian
soldiers.
FORMER RESIDENT OF MIAMI
OPENS DENTAL OFFICE HERE
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. for-
mer resident of Miami, has an-
nounced the opening of offices
at 1456 Washington avenue,- Mi-
ami Beach for the practice of
general dentistry. He attended
Miami High School and the
University of Miami and is a gra-
duate of Atlanta Southern Dental
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWAB! 2
Home Camp
For the week ending Friday,
August 1, one hundred six child-
ren attended the Home Camp.
One of the new projects in the
craft class is the making of wick-
belts. These articles will be on
exhibition very shortly when a
monster rally will be held by the
children of the Home Camp. Daily
increase in attendance is noted,
and the Y is proud to render this
service to the community.
Vocational Guidance
Joseph A. Berman. chairman of
the board of directors, and direc-
tor of vocational guidance, and
Maurice Grossman, executive di-'
rector of the Y. M. H. A., are in
a dilemma these days trying to
supply employers with adequate
help.
They announce that for the
past several weeks they have
been unable to fill jobs due to
the lack of applicants. This shows
a very healthy condition in this
area. However, attention is call-
ed to the fact that we have been
unable to fill stenographic posi-
tions and employers have been
asking for them. We therefore,
request those who are seeking
jobs as stenographers to register
at the Y immediately.
Junior Girls
Last Wednesday evening, the
new division of Junior Girls
ranging in ages from 15 to 19 was
organized by the executive direc-
tor. Miss Ethel Deutsch, promin-
ent in Junior Hadassah circles,
was selected by Mr. Grossman as
sponsor of this group. The pro-
gram will be of a cultural and
social nature. You will hear a
great deal about this group later.
Monster Orange Bowl Stadium
Performance
We have told you many times
in these columns about the effort
of all the various organizations
in the Greater Miami area to
make one monster theater bene-
fit at the Orange Bowl Stadium
instead of the many individual
benefits that have been taxing
the generosity of actors and night
clubs. A meeting was called by
Maurice Grossman last Tuesday
wherein representatives of all
the organizations who conducted
such benefits were invited. Baron
de Hirsch Meyer presided at the
meeting.
After a lengthy discussion, it
was pointed out that a monster
benefit such as suggested by
Harry Richman, when rightly
conducted, will gross over one
hundred fifty thousand dollars,
and will enable the public to see
a show, the equal of which has
never been seen in these parts.
Actors from Hollywood and New-
York will come in by plane and
stage a great event. This can
and will be done. A committee
of seven will be appointed by
Mr. Meyer in the near future to
study the plans and to report at
a later meeting.
Maurice .Grossman and Her-
man Waitsman were the Y repre-
sentatives at this meeting.
Gymnasium
Much progress has been made
by Leo Ackcrman and his House
Committee in the renovating of
the old Scout House at the rear
of the Y building to be used as a
gymnasium. At this writing, all
the walls have been torn out. A
new roof is being put on and we
hope in about two or three
weeks the entire space will be
ready to be used as a beautiful
gymnasium.
Again we appeal to the good
public of Miami to join the Y
and help us add a facility that
will be very vital to old as well
as the young people.
Beg Pardon
Through an oversight in these
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College and was awarded a
scholarship to the Children's
Fund of Michigan. He attended
Northwestern University and
took post graduate work, ma-
joring in pyorrhea. He is mar-
ried and has one son. Prior to
his coming to Miami, Dr. Mechlo-
witz practiced in Cartaret. N. J.
CAMP BLANDING TO HAVE
CIVILIAN RESIDENT RABBf
Rabbi William B. Schwartz of
Lawrence, Long Island, was one
of nine rabbis this week who
became civilian resident chap-
lains throughout the* country to
provide for the spiritual needs
of Jewish soldiers stationed at
camps without regular Jewish
army chaplains it was announced
today by Dr. David de Sola Pool,
chairman of the National Jewish
Welfare Board's Committee on
Religious Activities.
With many military stations
still without regular Jewish chap-
lains, the Committee sent out a
call for rabbis to spend the sum-
mer at the more isolated military
camps.
Rabbi Schwartz will serve the
men at Camp Blanding and the
Jacksonville Naval Base during
this temporary assignment.
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Year meat bills are iess.
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There are no more costly repair bills.
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MADAGASCAR AGAIN
Repcr-s re Ewopa state data the Vichy QotobM h.zs
permitted Germtmy :: se-i the nrst 5 000 lews from Poland
le the French island c: Madagascar Tius :: is reported w-.ll
serves as an erper-mer.: wiurh vil decr.de :o what extent a j
mass-ceporta-cr. c: Jews re Nan-held reload to Madagascar
can be carr.ee end
It has long beer. c.:*:. that rhtle: s amhidon .s to isolate'
the Jews c: Europe by ser.d_-.a the tc Madagascar. It has
even beer, reporec that he Gerrr.ari-F.-er.rh armistice pact pro-;
vides tor he ccr.ver_r.o :: I'adagasccr into a dumping place
ioi Jews re Europe HdWf 'he shipping of Jews to Mada-
gascar was rersidereb practically impossible neccuse of the
lack of rcnspcrotier. (acuities and especially because of the
jmtish blockade
New we hear thai the Mai Government has induced the
Petain cabinet to agree to the transpor.ahon of the first 5.000
Polish Jews to the remote French island in Africa, apparently
on French steamers. It is also reported that the 5.000 deportees
will be "maintained" by the French administration in Madagas-
car end used for forced labor there.
On the other hand, the news of the last few days indicates
that on other Nazi demandson German-French "cooperation"
in Dakar, etc.the Vichy Government is putting up quite stiff
resistance and that serious consequences in the German-
French relations may develop as a result of this. It remains for
us to hope that the major differences which are now growing
between Petam and Hitler will develop to a point where the
entire Madagascar problem will be overshadowed and forgotten
by both. Without French steamers the shipping of Jews to
Madagascar will remain nothing but a Nazi dream which will
be shattered by the eventual victory of the Allies.
ANTHEINISH
POGROMS FEARED
AS UNREST GROINS
Stockholm (WNSA systema-
tic Nazi pogrom against Jews
still in Germany and the Nazi-
occupied territories was feared
here following reports of inter-
nal dissension and widespread
unrest mstde Germu the
start of the Nazi war against
Soviet Russ.a
Informed sour here, one of
Ihs maj i listening ; H con-
tinental Europe, predict
unless Hitler's legions
up their irivi
which appears i
present wril
unloose
paigr l
ire- '
These qua." that
HH1 will us-. ". ". i
taJh pop Liiatkx
to cover up Eailun
German army t
ciable progress against thi Rus-
to the last month.
Reports both from Gel
and the Nazi-occupied countries
indicate rapii strides in the
growth of the underground op-
position against Nazism. The ar-
r-.al in Germany of train after
train bearing thousands of
wounded soldiers from the front
is adding to the general urn
Confirmation of these fears
was furnished by the Social De-
mokraten. usually well-informed
Swedish newspaper, which re-
ported: "Lately it has become ap-
parent that the German Govern-
ment has seen itself compelled
; to take measures against so called
; opposition circles.' which, first
' of all. means those Jews still
, living in the country. It is
learned that widespread house
! searches have been conducted
I among the Jews."
The Berlin correspondent of
i the Swedish paper stated that
. Herr Eichmann. the notoriously
' anti-Semitic Gestapo leader, has
(been given virtual dictatorial
| powers over the Jews. This
, move was made necessary'- the
Nazis explained, to centralize
the Gestapo for the "surveillance
over Jews '
The writer added significantly
that "there is no lack of reasons
for a campaign against the
ish population similar to
1 those which took place in the past
! > i will b accused of
-;ng rules and regulations
too "
Berlir reported
:r.a: Gel
beck up on
there are violations of
iizi order under which Jews
are stringently f r to buy
and certain vege-
Furthermore. they inves-
tigate whether the Jews keep
, any ready cash in their homes.
is also forbidden, or
whether they go out after 9 p. m."
While there is no order for-
bidding Jews to leave their homes
after 9 p. m.. the Nazi authorities
have declared that it is "desir-
able" that the Jews stay ln-doors
The report added that when the
Nazis deem something "desir-
able" the Jews, especially, must
obey.
Since the beginning of the Rus-
sia-German war. Jews in all Nazi
; countries have been accused of
harboring Communist sympathies
and of acting in behalf of Rus-
sia. Mass arrests of Jews in Ru-
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BotanM last week, the name of
Mrs. Miriam Sager. as a BMSBtaex
cf the house e- : was in-
ter* ertentij* jmitted We apolo-
gue neat pnAaaaay aa Mr Sa-
ga* as she a) an MlM
worker -. -..-- w.-.~e-'< Drriaaaa
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V iaanaandbal teaan
i aftii iii I s.-. by
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aing ho defeat the B R. C 9 to 8.
Nice going boys. It don't aut-
ter whether you win or Le-sett's
M r.ay tr.e game.
Congrats to Sidney Segal who
has been nnmintiil assistant at-
by our friend. At-
torney General Terr. Watson.
"Y" Duckpin News
Sol Weir.k'.e. a ~e.-r.ber of Al
an s Quints, brcke the pre-
vious 3-game set of 350 held by
Sam Tendrich when he wound
up with 356
Tne cellar dwelling Sentinels
pulled a real surprise in knock-
ing off the leading Sam Tendrich
Deuces in 2 of 3 games last Thurs-
day at the Recreation Lanes.
Only two more practice meet-
ings for the bowling team before
the regular league starts. Any
Y. W. H. A. member interested in
bowling please register with Mrs.
Reisman at the Recreation Bowl-
ing Alleys at 8:15 p. m. Tuesday.
August 12.
All Y-Ettes please meet at the
Y clubroms at 8:30 Saturday
night.
Y. M. H. A. to Hold Picnic at
Greynolds Park. Sunday. Aug. 17
The Y M. and Y W. H. A will
hold a picnic at Greynolds Park
on Sunday. August 17. from 1
to 6 p. m.
Louis Kraft, chairman of the
entertainment committee, stated
that an excellent program is be-
ing planned for that day. Among
the things planned will be a fifty-
yard dash for boys and girls un-
der 16 years old. a one hundred
yard dash for boys and girls over
16 years old. a "Moishe" calling
contest for women, a three leg-
ged race, a fat man's race. The
feature of the day will be an A.
K. soft ball game.
All entries must be registered
at the Y not later than Sunday.
August 17. at 12 o'clock.
More details will be given in
the next issue.
Those assisting Mr Kraft on
this committee are Nat Blumberg.
Harry Schwartz. Al Reisman and
Frank Rose.
A motorcade will meet at the Y
at 12 o'clock sharp on the day of
the picnic.
There will be plenty of toys,
ice cream and soft drinks. All
you have to do is bring your
your lunch. Bring the children.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
MOSCOW RADIO REPORTS
NAZIS HAVE STOLEN GEMS
WNS Nazi soldiers
j taken prisoner on the Russian
front have in their possessions
jewels and other valuables which
were stolen from Jews, the Mos-
cow radio reported. The Soviet
announcer declared that gems
found on Nazi prisoners were
frequently inscribed with a "mo-
gen david" and with obviously
Jewish n--..
The Moscow radio said that th
Nazi troops had apparently loot-
ed villages while proceeding to
the front and had seized all mov-
able Jewish possessions. The an-
nouncer said that Soviet Russia
would return the gems to their
proper owners after the war.
mania. Yugoslavia. Hungary.
Holland. France. Poland and Ger-
many have been reported in the
last six weeks. In Rumania, ac-
cording to a report from Istanbul,
8.600 Jews have been executed on
the charge that they were sym-
pathetic to Russia.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
There is such a thing as a Fascist International, although
of course it doesn't go by that name And some prominent
Americans, not knowing what it really is. hare been flirting
with that organization's representatives here Officially these
representatives in the U. S. are not anti-Jewish, and they have
received and accepted money from Jewish sourcesmoney
which has. in fact, been used for the support of anti-Jewish ac-
tivities All this will soon be exposed, however, as the U. S.
Government is quietly investigating this business And when
the story finally breaks there will be a sudden rush of scarlet
faces among prominent Jews and liberal Catholics who. quite
innocently, have been taken in All of which brings us to a
question: Why is the National Gentile League permitted to
function, when everybody knows that it has been subsidized by
pro-Nazi elements? And we also wonder why the responsi-
ble Catholic leadership in this country doesn't disown The Tab-
let, the official Brooklyn Catholic diocesan paper Just to
, show you what we mean, we'll quote a tasty morsel from a re-
cent issue of The Tablet: "The Jews and their Gentile lackeys
and duDes have formed tolerance committees."
FUTURES
Lloyds of London aze said to be accepting numerous and
i large bets that Hitler will be beaten and the war be over by
early 1942 The letters no doubt aie adherents of the seer Nos-
tradamus, who some hundreds of years ago foretold the rise of
Hitler and prophesied that his reign would last nine years .
Lloyds, however, being hard-headed business men rather than
mystics, take little stock in such prognostications, and are de
manding two-to-one odds Pierre van Paassen also, using
realistic reasoning, predicts, in an article that wall appear in a
j forthcoming issue of Redbook magazine, that the war may well
last another six years.
JEWISH NEWS
The groundwork is now being laid for the extension of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine, as a preparation for the time when
the war will be over and negotiations will open with the powers
to be. Non-Zionist groups and representatives are giving the
present plan their wholehearted cooperation ... Is it true that
the Vladimir Jabotinsky Publication Committee is making slow
headway because some of the die-hard General Zionists can
not bring themselves to forget political differences? Slated
to be the next executive director of the Zionist Organization of
America, a reliable source informs us. is Rabbi Joshua L Gold
berg of Astoria. Long Island, who is known for his work with the
American Jewish Congress and the Federation of Polish Jews.
Now-we-have-something-to-live-for-item: Dr. Solomon Goldman
former president of the Z. O. A., writes in The New Palestine:
"Some day, if the world survives. I shall write my story of 111
Fifth Avenue" ... If you have any spare books in Hebrew
Spanish, Yiddish, English or German, particularly volumes of
Haskdlic literature, pack them up and parcel-post them to Dr.
B. Geyer of 549 West 163rd Street. New York ... Dr. Geyer. a
scholar who has found refuge in this country, is engaged in
collecting a library for the new Jewish community of Quito
Ecuador, composed of refugees who fled Hitler Europe in such
a hurry that they were unable to take along any reading matter.
HERE AND THERE
Raphael Hakim, one of the French film producing brothers
who are now in Hollywood, is planning a movie short telling
I the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin with modern connotations.
i The picture will stress that it was the Hamelin elders' scrap-of-
I paper view of their treaty with the Piper that caused the de-
struction of the town's children The Piper, by the way. will be
played by Artie Shaw, who can pipe a mean tune We are
told that there are over fifteen thousand Aryan women in Nazi
insane asylums who became unbalanced after their Jewish
husbands and children had left the Reich where they, tempor-
arily confused, failed to accompany their families The joys
of living under Axis protection are summed up as follows by a
Rumanian refugee: "Our food is getting to be like Germany's,
our earthquakes are getting to be as bad as Japan's and our
army's getting to be as terrible as Italy's" The following
desk motto is reported as having been seen in Hollywood:
| "War is hell, but Hitler is worse Stop Hitler now" View-
|ing the V-for-Victory vertigo, Valter Vinchell dots and dashes
that Goering's tiff with Hitler started when Hitler thought Goer-
iing was being sarcastic when he greeted him with: "Nu, Adolf
V-gates."
ABOUT PEOPLE
The honor of being the first airline commuter in history goes
to Peter J. Schweitzer, who lives in Long Island and has a
cigarette paper factory in New Jersey, and has found that fly-
ing back and forth is the simplest way of going to and from
work Schweitzer is a son of the late Peter J. Schweitzer, the
man accredited with starting off the Keren Hayesed as a per-
manent institution some twenty years ago, with a donation of
SI00.000 Francesco von Mendelssohn, scion of one of the
wealthiest Jewish families of Germany, has had his ups and
downs since he came to this country a few years ago Now,
however, he is making a name for himself as a successful the-
atrical director in a summer theatre circuit Congratulations
to Zionist Abe Goldberg on the acquisition of a new grandson,
via his daughter Natalie The white-haired boy of Zionist or-
atory was unable to attend the newcomer's Brith, however, as
the young hopeful had chosen to arrive while grandpa was
touring down in Mexico The reason why the new Ginger
Rogers film. Tom. Dick and Harry." shows a party drinking a
toast to one Jennie Shapiro is that Mrs. Jennie Shapiro is the
mother of scenarist Paul Jarrico. author of the film Bubbles
Schinasi. heiress of the cigarette clan, is said to be writing a
mystery novel, the hero of which will be George Joan Nathan.
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I
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Mhml's Pioneer Congregation)
ISfi N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rablit
Reuldeiice Phone 2-217fi
Office Thonc 2-1473
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.
Urt. Louis hlarguliti Reporting for Beth
:....' Congregation and Sisterhood
Cards. Bingo. Man Jongg
Mrs. Jean Seitlin, chairman of
the Beth David Sisterhood card,
bingo and mah jongg party,
hopes to see a great many of her
friends at the Pepsi Cola Build-
ing. 1251 N. W. 36th St, Monday
evening, August 11th at 8 p. m.
The hostess room is air-candi-
tioned, so a real comfortable and
pleasant time is assured to all.
Hospitality Appeal
Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
the Beth David Sisterhood, is ap-
pealing to all members of the
Beth David Congregation and
Sisterhood to aid her in opening
their homes to the Jewish sol-
diers and sailors who are in our
city for week-ends. By giving
either a room or meals for one
or two, or both, you will be do-
ing your share for the defense of
our country. Please call the of-
fice, 2-1473, and we will gladly
place your name on our list.
We are very happy to announce
that the ladies who have been
sewing, knitting and crocheting
for the American Red Cross at
the Beth David auditorium are
making splendid progress. In the
short period of lime since we
have organized, four ladies have
already received their "produc-
tion pins" for fifty hours of
work. These classes are held ev-
ery Tuesday and Thursday from
9:30 to 4:30. The space in our
auditorium is unlimited, and we
are at all times happy to welcome
L. FREDERICK BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
912 Congress Building
Phone 2-7112
Res. Phone 7-5192
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RAllltl JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. I).
69% Indian Creek Drive6-126.r.
Miami Beach
RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITM.W
54DI) l-aCorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-173K
Congregational
Regular services wll be held at
Temple Israel this Friday eve-
ning, August 8th, at 8:15 o'clock
with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiating.
Friday evening services are
held at the Temple throughout
the summer, with congregational
particpation and singing.
Red Cross Sewing
The Red Cross Unit of Temple
Israel Sisterhood will resume its
sewing Tuesday, August 12th,
under the able leadership of Mrs.
Sam Katz. Ladies of the Sister-
hood and their frends are urged
to come and sew all day on Tues-
days, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Mrs. Katz is asking that all
work completed in her absence
be returned next Tuesday.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."'
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Martha Tu-
nick, wife of Samuel Tunick.
Yahrzeits: Herman Lefkowitz,
Jr., brother of Philip Lefkowitz;
Lottie Bertuch, mother of Mrs.
Marvin Bronner: Julius Kantor,
father of Harry Kantor.
anyone who wishes to join with
us.
Condolences
We pray to the Almighty that
He assuage the pain of the
Swartz family at the untimely
loss of their beloved father, and
a member of our congregation.
May his soul deservingly repose
in eternal life.
eat and drink
AT
JENKINS' LITTLE INN
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Cor S. E. 1 Avo. & S. E. 1 St
POLISH ZIONIST
LEADERS FREED
lli AGREEMENT
London (WNS)Hundreds of
Polish Zionist leaders who were
arrested during the Soviet occu-
pation of Poland two years ago
and reportedly exiled to Siberia
will be released under the provis-
ions of the new Russian-Polish
agreement which was signed
here.
In addition to the Zionist lead-
ers, many Jewish members of the
Polish Bund, social-democratic
party, will be released. The
Russo-Polish agreement provides
that all Polish citizens arrested
during and after the Soviet oc-
cupation for political reasons will
be set free.
As a result of the new pact of
friendship between the two coun-
tries, it was estimated here that
hundreds of thousands of Polish
soldiers, including many Jews. I
will be released to fight with the
allies against Nazi Germany.
The Russo-Polish agreement
was greeted with enthusiasm in |
Zionist circles here. Hope was
expressed that Soviet Russia will
henceforth adopt a friendlier pol-
icy toward the Zionist move-
ment.
Dr. Ignacy Schwarzbard. Jew-
ish member of the Polish National
Council, has already submitted to
the Polish Government-in-exile
a list of several hundred promin-
ent Zionist and Jewish socialist
leaders who were arrested after
the Soviet occupation of Poland.
From sources close to the ex-
iled Polish Government it was
learned that the treaty includes
a provision which guarantees re-
ligious freedom of all Polish cit-
izens in Russia. These sources
stated that Polish Jewish rabbis
now on Soviet soil will be per-
mitted to give religious instruc-
tion to Polish Jewish children.
Reports circulating two weeks
ago to the effect that considera-
tion was being given by the
Allied Governments to send Po-
lish soldiers interned in Russia
to the Near East to bolster Bri-
tish defenses there were con-
firmed by the London Daily Ex-
press which reported that ap-
proximately 300,000 Polish sol-
diers, including 11,000 Jews, will
be released from internment
camps and moved to the Near
East. The troops were reported
to be anxious for another op-
portunity to fight Hitler's army.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Waahlngton Avenue aiul Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHEbOFK. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone E-Utt
MAURICE mamciiks. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2:'6:i s. w. tlat t.ira. e
Daily Synagogue Services
Shachriss, 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. in.;
Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss. Saturday at
7 p. m.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Meyer J. Goldman will
speak over Station WIOD Sun-
day afternoon at 4:30 on the sub-
ject "The Child." He will be in-
troduced by Rabbi Mescheloff.
RABBI OF PRISCO
BRANDS NOCK AS
San Francisco (WNS)Rabbi
Saul E. White of Temple Beth
Sholem of this city has branded
Albert Jay Nock, who predicted
in a series of articles which ap-
peared in the Atlantic Monthly
the introduction of the Nazi Nu-
remberg Laws in the United
States unless a "modus vivendi"
could be established between the
American Jew and non-Jew. "a
proved and tested anti-Semite."
Rabbi White's denunciation of
Mr. Nock appeared in the Eman-
uel and Jewish Journal, a local
publication. The rabbi charged
that Mr. Nock's articles of the
last 10 years prove that his two
recent articles in the Atlantic
Monthly were not written out of
"a feeling pf outrage against the
growth of anti-Semitism in our
country." but are a development
of an "old hunch into a major
thesis."
In his articles, Mr. Nock dis-
claimed any anti-Jewish animus,
claiming that he was motivated
by a sincere fear of the rise of
anti-Semitism in the United
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KKU.NER. Ifcibbi
1S33 s. w. Mth Terrace
Phone 8-S19Z
MO S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
300 Si". VV. 16th Avenue
I'hone 2-i)V-'s
TALMUD TORAH
1645 s. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily ShachrU_________7:15 a. m.
Second Minyon__________8:00 a. m.
Mincha-------------------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv__________________6:00 p. m.
Friday _________5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service 8:30 a.m.
Boat Ride
Resuming activities of the La-
dies Auxiliary, a boat ride as the
first of a series of events will take
place Wednesday. August 20th,
at 9 p. m. aboard the Yacht Bis-
cayne leaving from Pier 7. City
Yacht Basin. Entertainment and
dancing will be featured and
there will be refreshments. No
effort is being spared to make
this event one of the outstanding
of the summer season. Mrs. Sam
Tannenbaum and Mrs. Charles
Tannenbaum, co-chairmen, wish
to stress the fact that inasmuch as
passenger capacity is limited, res-
ervations must be made in ad-
vance. Just call 2-7518 or 2-5338
and your tickets will be arranged
for. All proceeds of this affair
will benefit the Talmud Torah
fund of the organization.
States. Rabbi White stated that
"in the days not so distant he
(Nock) did not look for fine
feathers in which to cloak his
vulgar anti-Semitism."
The rabbi disclosed that in a
book of essays called "On Doing
the Right Thing." which was pub-
lished in 1928, Mr. Nock wrote:
"In actual life they (the Jews)
are dreadful people. I some-
times think that there will be
record-breaking pogroms in New
York some day and there are oc-
casions even now when the most
peace-loving person among us
wishes he could send over a cou-
ple of sotnias of Cossacks to
floor manage the subway rush."
Rabbi White remarked that "it
may be some comfort to know
that he was expecting pogroms
as early as 1928. and that his
acute awareness of a dangerous
Jewish problem ... is dated as
of December, 1933.


PAGE SIX
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1941
As you read last week, Broth-1 show the boys that we are be-
er Sam Silver and his committee j hind them, but more important
have completed arrangements for I for the selfish reason of enjoying
an outstanding picnic this Sun-1 themselves. The meeting will
day. Aug. 10th. A little repeti-; start as usual promptly at 8:30
tion will not hurt. The all day p. m
affair will be held at Greynolds j Another highlight of the meet-
Park off U S No 1 above North ing will be the announcement of
Miami Those residing in Miami! the State Bnai Brith convention
will meet at the Women's Club plans. Brother Abbott who is in
at 10 a. m. Sunday and those re- charge of arrangements for the
siding on the Beach will meet at Lodge will no doubt have a lot of
the Hotel New Yorker. From information for the brothers. To
these respective points motor- the best of my knowledge the
cades will proceed to the park. If convention this year will be held
vou do not have transportation in Daytona Beach August 31st
meet at the starting points and and September st or. in other
vou will be taken along. The words, Labor Day week-end
Lodge will provide refreshments Brother Stone tells me that to all
consisting of ice cream, water- probabilities the irsl day will be
All devoted ti> registration, commit-
UIBKE UP
nniERicn!
By WES K. FREIHEHD

An Expose of Un-Ameri-
can Activities in the United
States.
Fifth Column Campaign
In Detroit
The Hour. anti-Fascist publi-
cation, reports that a rising fas-
cist movement in Detroit, Michi-
gan, is keeping pace with the
auto city's current industrial
boom. The Fifth column drive
has four immediate objectives:
to recruit and organize the larg-
est possible number of storm-
troop elements: to undermine and
disrupt labor unions; to build pro-
Axis, "anti-war" sentiment: and to
promote anti-Semitism on a wide
scale.
The two key organizations in
this anti-democratic campaign are
the Ku Klux Klan and the Detroit
able the brothers from Miami and
other distant communities to
leave Daytona in time to travel
home leisurely and arrive back
in time for the next day's work.
Daytona state.- that they will re-
ally put over a bang up conven-
tion. All those interested in go-
ing up should communicate with
Jack Abbott or the B'nai Brith
arc expected to be present: the
Auxiliary"- Junior Auxiliary, A.
Z. A. Chapters, and all Jewish
boys m the military service who
are in this area.
There wll be fat men and fat
women's races, potato races, sack
race, three legged race, horse-
shoes, baseball, and countless
r^s^^eceJp^erDoS'.
miss the watermelon eating con
test. Brother A. J. Kaplan \ '"
thinks he is a cinch to take first '^ outgoing state
prize in this event.
Incidentally the park provides. far,.weJ1.
swimming facilities, canoeing.: Th(, 1()dge |s ri..)1]v wnrking in
rowing, pony rides, etc. A big earnest on'the blood bank pro-
time is anticipated for everyone ject I( 1S nopcd th.lt at leas(
n matter how young or old. 200 brothera win volunteer to do-
Let's make this the biggest affair j natfi gnmo blood Tho {unny
Of the year. Don't^ '<>rget.^it w ,njnK about ,his blood bus;ncss
is that people just naturally fee
,. | be selected at the Tuesday meet-
Brother Elry Stone will be
so
it is hoped that a large delega-
tion will go up from Miami to
CAPITOL LETTER
Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital
by MAURICE WARNER
10
this Sunday. August 10th. at
a. m,
Congratulations to the Irving
Applebaums whom I am reliably
informed became the proud par-
nits of a bouncing baby girl this
past week.
Tuesday night should prove to
be very interesting. First, the
program will he conducted by the
two A. 2. A. chapters. Last year
the boys put on a splendid pro-
gram at the Alcazar Hotel and it
is to be expected that this year
they will surpass themselves. It
is to be hoped that the majority
of our brothers will trek to the
Women's Club Tuesday night to
odd about giving away their
blood. I am told by a doctor
friend that in many instances,
particularly among people who
have high blood pressure, the
giving up of a little blood is pos-
it Ively healthy and improves the
condition of the person donating
the blood. Isn't it a nice feeling
to know that by helping others
you are actually helping your-
selves.
The Sholem Lodge Softball
team has been winning the ma-
jority of its games recently As
a result in a few weeks a match
may be arranged with a team
representing the West Palm Peach
Revival of Michigan KKK
At its Atlanta. Georgia. Con-
vention in June, the Klan decided
to raise $1,000,000 lor an "Ameri-
canization Campaign." Michigan.
once a center for KKK activity,
was selected as the testing ground
for the "Americanization" pro-
gram. Detroit, in particular, is
now witnessing the fruits of this
decision.
The Hour is reliably informed
that the Kluxers are conducting
an intense recruiting campaign
in the auto plants, which employ
a large number of workers fresh
from the south. In certain com-
panies the KKK has already be-
come unusually strong. The
Kluxers have made greatest
headway at Ford. Briggs, Dodge.
Motor Products, Packard and
Hudson. On the whole, the re-
cruiting drive is meeting with
considerable success. Five hun-
dred new members were recruited
at a night meeting held less than
two weeks ago. Kluxers arc-
telling prospects that member-
ship in the Klan will insure
"quick promotion" in the plants
where they work. As an induce-
ment for ex-Klan members to
return to the fold, the reinstate-
ment fee has been reduced from
one dollar to fifty cents. In
several plants, special strong-
arm squads of Kluxers have been
organized. The Detroit Klan
headquarters at 89 East Forest
street is humming with activity.
The Detroit Council for Indus-
Washington has been much too I French, Czechoslavakian, Hun-
serious lately. We have envel- garian, Russian, Yiddish, Polish,
oped ourselves in a cloak of or any of the Scandinavian lan-
gloom, all because of Hitler, the guages, you may find a well-paid
Japanese and the battle of the job in Washington. The Justice
Atlantic. Department recently has est.it.
Washington is a city as well as !ishe<* bureau wh,ich does n-
a capital. Today I would like to '" but rcad and. ana,vze *
treat it in the same way that the *f*g PaPers P:inted >e
late O. O. Mclnty.e might have Unltcd ,States 1Am4ta s S treated New York serAv,ce ,earns a lo at "g-
_. America may not be in the war
Sumner Welles, who lately has t bm Washington society ap-
been running the State Depart- parentlv anticipates it. At a
ment, is not only the nation s cocktail party the othcr afU.rno.>n
number one diplomat but also the twQ prominent matrons, including
prime Beau Brummel of the capi- thc wife of a cabinet off jcer dis.
tal. In his office he wears only d jewclled V for victory-
white oxford shirts, black ties j costume jcwclry.
and double breasted, dark suits. Whcn Wasnington thcatrcs
Unlike the diplomats of fiction, Lhow tht. picturc Winston Chur.
he has never been known to ap- chm_ is cheered as ,oud|v
pear in spate, but his diamond (h.(t ()f Presidcnt Roosevoit. Rut
initialed, platinum cigarette case Washington cinema crowds ap_
probably could not be duplicated parently havc not forgottcn tha,
outside the ranks of royalty. I Sta|m was (>nce a artner of
Keen-minded and precise, he was : HitleI,s A fifteen-minute pre-
dcscr.bed by a London news- I enlation of Moscow scenes. Jo-
paper once as being '.he "apoth- ; h StaHn and thp R(?d A
eosis of everything a Britisher j shown hen, ,ast WC(,k was rr;
would like to be. ccivcd m stony silencc.
The new gigantic War Depart- I For the first time in ten years,
ment office building across the j Washington diplomats aie spo.nd-
Potomac will have at least twenty ing the summer in the capital.
miles of corridors. Back in the | This city is climatically delight-
World War days, messengers in j fuj jn winter, spring and autumn,
the old war office (one tenth the i hut is cursed by jungle heat in
size of the new one) used rubber- j the summer. Ordinarily, dip-
tired roller skates to speed their; iomats flee to Bar Harbor and
deliveries. An army officer Bug- j Newport in the hot season, but
gested facetiously that the Mer-' because of the acute international
curies in the new building should; situation today, they are afraid
be equipped with P-40 pursuit i to leave. Embassies have proved
planes. a paradise for salesmen of air
If you can read and translate i conditioning units.
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[ the present time the Palm Beach
team is leading the Civic League
of Palm Beach. Of course if we
win the glory will be so much
the greater but as a tip U> the
gambling fraternity I would sug-
gest that we be classified as the
long shota very long shot.
As a parting reminder put
down the following events on
your must attend calendar: First,
the picnic Sunday morning, and
secondly, the regular meeting on
Tuesday night at the Women's
Club. Until Sunday, au revoir.
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more "'respectable" plane than
the Klan. The Council makes
the dignified claim that it is an
"organization of men. women,
associations, and business insti-
tutions, united in a common ef-
fort" to bring "industrial peace"
to the City of Detroit. It is sig-
nificant that labor unions, which
have an obvious interest in real
industrial peace, are not invited
to participate in the work of the
Council. The Detroit Newspaper
Guild has called the Council
"the newest thing in Vigilantes.'"
and has remarked that it "'bids
fair to supercede the Mohawk
Valley Planbut it is much thc
same thing."
According to the Council, its
sponsors consist of "a small group
of manufacturers, merchants and
businessmenall substantial citi-
zens." An official of the United
Auto Workers has described these
"substantial citizens" as profes-
sional strike-breakers, open-
shoppers and red-baiters." This
official says. "The actual brains
in the outfit is Pierce Wright
who for twenty years tried to
smash the Building Trades Coun-
cil of Detroit The sponsoring
committee includes most of the
city's outstanding labor haters."
The Council's efforts are de-
voted mainly to anti-labor acti-
vity. Conscious of the anti-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1941
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PAGE SEVEN
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LEADER
SUPPORTS AIMS
OFCDNFERENCE
New York (WNS)President
Avila Camacho of Mexico has ex-
pressed his full accord with the
purposes of the Inter-American
Jewish Conference, which will be
held in Washington, D. C. on
October 26th, 27th, and 28th, un-
der the auspices of the American
Jewish Congress, it was an-
nounced here.
He expressed his gratification
that Mexican Jewry will be rep-
resented at the Conference by a
delegation. President Camacho's
views were expressed to Dr. Na-
hum Goldmann, chairman of the
Administrative Committee of the
World Jewish Congress- in the
course of an interview.
President Camacho authorized
Dr. Goldmann to make public his
message of sympathy with the
Jewish masses suffering under the
beel of oppression in countries
which are under the control of
anti-Semites.
President Camacho voiced the
hope that at the conclusion of the
war, the rights taken away from
Jews by totalitarian states will be
restored. He also stated his sym-
pathy with the restoration of Pal-
estine as the Jewish national
homeland.
JAMES G. HELLER NAMED AS
ZIONIST PROGRAM HEAD
Washington (W N S) Edmund
I. Kaufman, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
announced the appointment of
Dr. James G. Heller of Cincin-
nati, Zionist leader and scholar,
as chairman of the Program Com-
mittee for the 44th Annual Con-
vention of the Z. O. A., which
will be held September 6-9 in
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Rabbi Heller, who was recently
elected president of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
is considered one of the fore-
most figures in the American
Jewish life. He has played a
vital role at former Zionist con-
ventions and other national par-
leys devoted to the upbuilding
of tbe Jewish Homeland in Pal-
estine.
Wake Up, America!
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE )
fascist character of unions, the
Council is working to cripple the
labor movement in Detroit. Re-
cently the Council decided that a
mass vigilante movement would
be useful and attempted to or-
ganize a citizen's committee for
"Law and Order." Detroit's lar-
gest auditorium, seating 20.000,
was rented for a meeting. Sixty
thousand free tickets were distri-
buted. But, to the Council's dis-
appointment, only 1,000 potential
vigilantes appeared at the meet-
ing. Other Council attempts to
organize a mass base have met
with similar failure.
The funds of the Council some-
what offset the paucity of its fol-
lowing. The Hour is reliably in-
formed that within the last month
more than $75,000 has been do-
nated to the Council.
National Workers' League
Among the various other fascist
groups cooperating in Detroit's
Fifth Column drive is the Na-
tional Workers' League. The
League was formed three years
ago from remnants of the notor-
ious Black Legion. Parker Sage,
a professional labor spy, is head
man in the League, and under
his expert direction the organiza-
tion carries on disruptive, anti-
union activities. The promotion
of anti-Semitism is a specialty
with the League, which is openly
pro-Nazi and has worked closely
with the German-American
Bund. An example of League
propaganda is the following
statement, which appeared in the
June 25th issue of the League's
Nationalist Newsletter:
"Fellow-Americans! The Euro-
pean war is being liquidated in
the manner it should have start-
ed. Doomsday has waned for the
world's most degenerate political
system Jewish Communism.
This noble task undertaken by
the grievously misunderstood and
maligned German people de-
serves unstinted support from all
peoples professing any belief in
religion Humanity is now
being indebted to the German
nation for a deed we were not
clean enough to even attempt
the debt cannot be repaid in this
century ... It is a privilege to
be living in this great age. As
Americans we should feel en-
vious of the role assigned by fate
for the glorification of the Ger-
man nation. Let us strive to
prove worthy of their friend-
ship."
1941
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By KATHLEEN O'CONNELL
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Omar Khayam may have had
an idea when he said:
"A Book of Verses under-
neath the Bough,
A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of
Breadand thou
Beside me singing in the
Wilderness."
At any rate, he had the feel-
ing that eating is an emotional
satisfaction beyond the mere
stoking up of the human engine.
Haven't you ever tasted a dish
so exquisite that you could al-
most set it to music? Does not
candle light and melody enhance
the flavor of food? Know what
I mean? Like Shashlich and
scalding tea and baba rum cakaE
should have crying gypsy viol-
ins .. Saucr braten and Apfel
Strudel need a robust orchestra-
tion of the "Blue Danube" .
Spaghetti and red wine make you
think of an Italian tenor pouring
out "O Sole Mia" And Hot
Dogs and Hamburgers do well
with jittering jive and juke joints.
In tune with the popular Pan-
American theme of our day
comes an exotic dishChicken
Bolita with Mexican Rice. Some-
how the overtones of flavor blend
with the exciting pulse of the
rhumba. the melting rhythm of
the tango, and the beat of the
savage waltz, the samba.
So put those records on the
victrola, throw a little star dust
on the piano, pray for a cool
breeze and serve Chicken Bolita
and then then, perhaps you'll
have a better appreciation of the
God Neighbor Policy.
Chicken Bolita
1 frying chicken
\'\ lb. shortening
1 cup white wine, (sauterne)
1 cup cream
Salt, pepper.
Have chicken cut for frying.
Melt shortening in frying pan.
Add chicken, brown, then sim-
mer over a low flame. Add sea-
sonings, then the white wine and
lastly the cream.
Mexican Rice
1 lb. rice
2 lbs, shortening
2 or 3 cloves of garlic
4V4 cups water
1 onion minced
2 tomatoes
2 cups of stock
Salt.
Wash rice. Drain and let it
dry. Put the shortening in
saucepan and when heated add
the rice. Stir it very little. When
it begins to brown, make a hole
in the center and put the garlic
(crushed without water) there,
and'when it is well browned, mix
it up with the rice. Follow the
same procedure with the minced
onion and tomatoes (which must
be cut in pieces). The tomatoes
may be removed after they have
cooked sufficiently to season the
dish. If the preference is to have
them remain, they should be
crushed instead of minced. Next
comes the stock and water with
salt in it to season the whole
dish. Cover the saucepan and
let it cook very gently until the
rice is dry (40 to 45 minutes).
(Do not fear the garlicits sav-
or is undiscoverable in the end,
except as an indefinable height-
ening of the general taste.)
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Seek American Help
Jerusalem (WNS)The Hista-
druth, Palestine Jewish labor
federation, will seek the support
of American Jewry in sending
two Palestine relief delegations
to Soviet Russia, according to
David Remez and Golda Meirson,
Histadruth officials.
The Central Committee of the
Histraduth has decided to send a
medical and a relief delegation
to Russia to bring the Palestine
labor movement's greetings to
the embattled Soviets. At the
same time, Zionist labor leaders
voiced the hope that the Soviet
authorities would adopt a more
favorable attitude toward Zion-
ism.
It was learned also that Hista-
druth has instructed its London
representative to discuss with of-
ficials of the British Labor Party
the advisability of sending a
third goodwill mission to Moscow
to inform Soviet leaders of the
accomplishments the Zionists
have made in Palestine.
While no plans for sending the
delegations to Russia have been
made public as yet, it was
learned on good authority that
the Histadruth executive com-
mittee has made the necessary
arrangements for the departure
of Histadruth representatives to
Russia.
12.000 ALIENS;
Y TO
PALM BEACH
NOTES
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Leon Gruner is in New York
on a business trip.
Joe Moss returned recently
from a business trip to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir have
received word of the birth of a
boy to their son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sheir
in Worcester, Mass. Arthur Sheir
visited here about a month ago.
Lisbon (WNS)Hungary has
deported 12,000 alien Jews, most
of them Polish origin, in the first
two weeks of a drive against
foreigners "exercising a detri-
mental influence on the economic
life of the country,' according to
press dispatches here.
The great majority of the ar-
rested Jews was expelled to Nazi-
Poland. The Hungarian Govern-
ment announced that its "revi-
sion" of permits of all foreign
citizens was continuing, indicat-
ing that many more Jews would
be affected.
The Hungarian communique
stated: "During this revision po-
lice visited all Jews with Polish
or Russian citizenship as well as
Jews residing in Hungary for ten
years or more, who failed to ac-
quire Hungarian citizenship, and
expelled them from the country.
"At the same time, raids took
place in Budapest and provinces
in an effort to find Jews who had
entered Hungary without Jewish
permits and who had not received
resident permits. Twelve thou-
sand such Jews already have
been expelled.'
Meanwhile, it was learned that
Hungary has ordered the closing
of several Jewish schools in
Transylvania and Carpatho-Rus-
sia because of the appearance of
the letter "V" on the walls of the
schools.
The controlled Budapest press,
reporting the closing of the Jew-
ish schools and hinting at re-
prisals at other Jewish institu-
tions and synagogues, explain-
ed that "the synagogues and the
Jewish schools are nests of anti-
Hungarian activities, and their
existence can no longer be toler-
ated."
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 8, 1941 +Jewist>ncricftot7 PAGE SEVEN & % LEADER SUPPORTS AIMS OFCDNFERENCE New York (WNS)—President Avila Camacho of Mexico has expressed his full accord with the purposes of the Inter-American Jewish Conference, which will be held in Washington, D. C. on October 26th, 27th, and 28th, under the auspices of the American Jewish Congress, it was announced here. He expressed his gratification that Mexican Jewry will be represented at the Conference by a delegation. President Camacho's views were expressed to Dr. Nahum Goldmann, chairman of the Administrative Committee of the World Jewish Congressin the course of an interview. President Camacho authorized Dr. Goldmann to make public his message of sympathy with the Jewish masses suffering under the beel of oppression in countries which are under the control of anti-Semites. President Camacho voiced the hope that at the conclusion of the war, the rights taken away from Jews by totalitarian states will be restored. He also stated his sympathy with the restoration of Palestine as the Jewish national homeland. JAMES G. HELLER NAMED AS ZIONIST PROGRAM HEAD Washington (W N S)— Edmund I. Kaufman, president of the Zionist Organization of America, announced the appointment of Dr. James G. Heller of Cincinnati, Zionist leader and scholar, as chairman of the Program Committee for the 44th Annual Convention of the Z. O. A., which will be held September 6-9 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Rabbi Heller, who was recently elected president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, is considered one of the foremost figures in the American Jewish life. He has played a vital role at former Zionist conventions and other national parleys devoted to the upbuilding of tbe Jewish Homeland in Palestine. Wake Up, America! (CONTINUED FROM PAGE •) fascist character of unions, the Council is working to cripple the labor movement in Detroit. Recently the Council decided that a mass vigilante movement would be useful and attempted to organize a citizen's committee for "Law and Order." Detroit's largest auditorium, seating 20.000, was rented for a meeting. Sixty thousand free tickets were distributed. But, to the Council's disappointment, only 1,000 potential vigilantes appeared at the meeting. Other Council attempts to organize a mass base have met with similar failure. The funds of the Council somewhat offset the paucity of its following. The Hour is reliably informed that within the last month more than $75,000 has been donated to the Council. National Workers' League Among the various other fascist groups cooperating in Detroit's Fifth Column drive is the National Workers' League. The League was formed three years ago from remnants of the notorious Black Legion. Parker Sage, a professional labor spy, is head man in the League, and under his expert direction the organization carries on disruptive, antiunion activities. The promotion of anti-Semitism is a specialty with the League, which is openly pro-Nazi and has worked closely with the German-American Bund. An example of League propaganda is the following statement, which appeared in the June 25th issue of the League's Nationalist Newsletter: "Fellow-Americans! The European war is being liquidated in the manner it should have started. Doomsday has waned for the world's most degenerate political system — Jewish Communism. This noble task undertaken by the grievously misunderstood and maligned German people deserves unstinted support from all peoples professing any belief in religion Humanity is now being indebted to the German nation for a deed we were not clean enough to even attempt— the debt cannot be repaid in this century ... It is a privilege to be living in this great age. As Americans we should feel envious of the role assigned by fate for the glorification of the German nation. Let us strive to prove worthy of their friendship." • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST • LARGEST AJI-Yoor Hotel %  '"... %  ; i %  ... THE RIVIERA Near Dayton* Beach. fM Contention er ConJrrence Ileoiquarter: CiprntUg Ml The ear/ Hotel Bar open all year betweaa Jacksonville Palm Beach. Xadlo and Fan la Every Room. Golf Links. ArteaUa Swlmmtat Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Badminton, Ping Pong, Croquet, Horseshoe and ShuKleboard Courts. Ballroom aad Coarenttoa HaTl. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds. COOLEST 8POT IN ALL FLORIDA, AT THB BIRTHPLACB OF THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Curreat •Beets the Golf Stream, and Summer Bathlag aad Fishing are Superb. Wrtft for Special Bummer Ratei, April to Dttemoer. Hotel Riviera, Box 429. Daytona Beach, Fla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. AND US By KATHLEEN O'CONNELL Home Service Director People's Water tc Gas Company Miami Beach, Florida Omar Khayam may have had an idea when he said: "A Book of Verses underneath the Bough, A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread—and thou Beside me singing in the Wilderness." At any rate, he had the feeling that eating is an emotional satisfaction beyond the mere stoking up of the human engine. Haven't you ever tasted a dish so exquisite that you could almost set it to music? Does not candle light and melody enhance the flavor of food? Know what I mean? Like Shashlich and scalding tea and baba rum cakaE should have crying gypsy violins .. Saucr braten and Apfel Strudel need a robust orchestration of the "Blue Danube" Spaghetti and red wine make you think of an Italian tenor pouring out "O Sole Mia" And Hot Dogs and Hamburgers do well with jittering jive and juke joints. In tune with the popular PanAmerican theme of our day comes an exotic dish—Chicken Bolita with Mexican Rice. Somehow the overtones of flavor blend with the exciting pulse of the rhumba. the melting rhythm of the tango, and the beat of the savage waltz, the samba. So put those records on the victrola, throw a little star dust on the piano, pray for a cool breeze and serve Chicken Bolita and then then, perhaps you'll have a better appreciation of the God Neighbor Policy. Chicken Bolita 1 frying chicken \'\ lb. shortening 1 cup white wine, (sauterne) 1 cup cream Salt, pepper. Have chicken cut for frying. Melt shortening in frying pan. Add chicken, brown, then simmer over a low flame. Add seasonings, then the white wine and lastly the cream. Mexican Rice 1 lb. rice 2 lbs, shortening 2 or 3 cloves of garlic 4V4 cups water 1 onion minced 2 tomatoes 2 cups of stock Salt. Wash rice. Drain and let it dry. Put the shortening in saucepan and when heated add the rice. Stir it very little. When it begins to brown, make a hole in the center and put the garlic (crushed without water) there, and'when it is well browned, mix it up with the rice. Follow the same procedure with the minced onion and tomatoes (which must be cut in pieces). The tomatoes may be removed after they have cooked sufficiently to season the dish. If the preference is to have them remain, they should be crushed instead of minced. Next comes the stock and water with salt in it to season the whole dish. Cover the saucepan and let it cook very gently until the rice is dry (40 to 45 minutes). (Do not fear the garlic—its savor is undiscoverable in the end, except as an indefinable heightening of the general taste.) Experienced Young CANTOR Beautiful Voice, Reasonable, Looking for Position for High Holidays REV. E. KATZ 302 West Amelia Avenue TAMPA. FLORIDA Seek American Help Jerusalem (WNS)—The Histadruth, Palestine Jewish labor federation, will seek the support of American Jewry in sending two Palestine relief delegations to Soviet Russia, according to David Remez and Golda Meirson, Histadruth officials. The Central Committee of the Histraduth has decided to send a medical and a relief delegation to Russia to bring the Palestine labor movement's greetings to the embattled Soviets. At the same time, Zionist labor leaders voiced the hope that the Soviet authorities would adopt a more favorable attitude toward Zionism. It was learned also that Histadruth has instructed its London representative to discuss with officials of the British Labor Party the advisability of sending a third goodwill mission to Moscow to inform Soviet leaders of the accomplishments the Zionists have made in Palestine. While no plans for sending the delegations to Russia have been made public as yet, it was learned on good authority that the Histadruth executive committee has made the necessary arrangements for the departure of Histadruth representatives to Russia. 12.000 ALIENS; Y TO PALM BEACH NOTES e MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Leon Gruner is in New York on a business trip. Joe Moss returned recently from a business trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sheir have received word of the birth of a boy to their son and daughterin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sheir in Worcester, Mass. Arthur Sheir visited here about a month ago. Lisbon (WNS)—Hungary has deported 12,000 alien Jews, most of them Polish origin, in the first two weeks of a drive against foreigners "exercising a detrimental influence on the economic life of the country,' according to press dispatches here. The great majority of the arrested Jews was expelled to NaziPoland. The Hungarian Government announced that its "revision" of permits of all foreign citizens was continuing, indicating that many more Jews would be affected. The Hungarian communique stated: "During this revision police visited all Jews with Polish or Russian citizenship as well as Jews residing in Hungary for ten years or more, who failed to acquire Hungarian citizenship, and expelled them from the country. "At the same time, raids took place in Budapest and provinces in an effort to find Jews who had entered Hungary without Jewish permits and who had not received resident permits. Twelve thousand such Jews already have been expelled.' Meanwhile, it was learned that Hungary has ordered the closing of several Jewish schools in Transylvania and Carpatho-Russia because of the appearance of the letter "V" on the walls of the schools. The controlled Budapest press, reporting the closing of the Jewish schools and hinting at reprisals at other Jewish institutions and synagogues, explained that "the synagogues and the Jewish schools are nests of antiHungarian activities, and their existence can no longer be tolerated." FOR A PLEASANT SUMMER VACATION COME TO DUNCRAGGAN INN Third Avenue West—On Top of a Mountain HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Hone Back Riding. Swimming. Golling. Tennis Owned And Operated By ADELINE LITTMAN and JENNIE SEIDEN smnvi.s NATIONAL PARK, ARKANSAS fvery ou'doo/ .port and rocrooiicm colli yov to Hoi Spnno* fo/ • frond -ocoitow T', hooJrh-f hototl lodoo on lake Homibon Spooovt, mooVn room* from $?OC. EASTMAN HOTEL AND MATHS .„ KANSAS CUT Y~ win IM> S.....UI IITEl jjjTHKIfil



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PAGE SIX fJtnistncrMian FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1941 As you read last week, Broth-1 show the boys that we are beer Sam Silver and his committee j hind them, but more important have completed arrangements for I for the selfish reason of enjoying an outstanding picnic this Sun-1 themselves. The meeting will day. Aug. 10th. A little repeti; start as usual promptly at 8:30 tion will not hurt. The all day p. m affair will be held at Greynolds j Another highlight of the meetPark off U S No 1 above North ing will be the announcement of Miami Those residing in Miami! the State Bnai Brith convention will meet at the Women's Club plans. Brother Abbott who is in at 10 a. m. Sunday and those recharge of arrangements for the siding on the Beach will meet at Lodge will no doubt have a lot of the Hotel New Yorker. From information for the brothers. To these respective points motorthe best of my knowledge the cades will proceed to the park. If convention this year will be held vou do not have transportation in Daytona Beach August 31st meet at the starting points and and September st or. in other vou will be taken along. The words, Labor Day week-end Lodge will provide refreshments Brother Stone tells me that to all consisting of ice cream, waterprobabilities the irsl day will be All devoted ti> registration, commitUIBKE UP nniERicn! By WES K. FREIHEHD • An Expose of Un-American Activities in the United States. Fifth Column Campaign In Detroit The Hour. anti-Fascist publication, reports that a rising fascist movement in Detroit, Michigan, is keeping pace with the auto city's current industrial boom. The Fifth column drive has four immediate objectives: to recruit and organize the largest possible number of stormtroop elements: to undermine and disrupt labor unions; to build proAxis, "anti-war" sentiment: and to promote anti-Semitism on a wide scale. The two key organizations in this anti-democratic campaign are the Ku Klux Klan and the Detroit able the brothers from Miami and other distant communities to leave Daytona in time to travel home leisurely and arrive back in time for the next day's work. Daytona state.that they will really put over a bang up convention. All those interested in going up should communicate with Jack Abbott or the B'nai Brith arc expected to be present: the Auxiliary"Junior Auxiliary, A. Z. A. Chapters, and all Jewish boys m the military service who are in this area. There wll be fat men and fat women's races, potato races, sack race, three legged race, horseshoes, baseball, and countless r^s^^eceJp^erDoS'. miss the watermelon eating con test. Brother A. J. Kaplan \ '"• thinks he is a cinch to take first '^ outgoing state prize in this event. Incidentally the park provides. far ,. weJ1 swimming facilities, canoeing.: Th( 1()dge |s ri .. )1]v wnrkin g in rowing, pony rides, etc. A big earnest on 'the blood bank protime is anticipated for everyone ject I( 1S nopcd th lt at leas( n matter how young or old. 200 brothera win volunteer to doLet's make this the biggest affair j natfi gnmo blood Tho {unny Of the year. Don't^ '<>rget.^it w njnK about his blood bus ; nc ss is that people just naturally fee ,. | be selected at the Tuesday meetBrother Elry Stone will be so it is hoped that a large delega• tion will go up from Miami to CAPITOL LETTER Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital by MAURICE WARNER 10 this Sunday. August 10th. at a. m, Congratulations to the Irving Applebaums whom I am reliably informed became the proud parnits of a bouncing baby girl this past week. Tuesday night should prove to be very interesting. First, the program will he conducted by the two A. 2. A. chapters. Last year the boys put on a splendid program at the Alcazar Hotel and it is to be expected that this year they will surpass themselves. It is to be hoped that the majority of our brothers will trek to the Women's Club Tuesday night to odd about giving away their blood. I am told by a doctor friend that in many instances, particularly among people who have high blood pressure, the giving up of a little blood is posit Ively healthy and improves the condition of the person donating the blood. Isn't it a nice feeling to know that by helping others you are actually helping yourselves. The Sholem Lodge Softball team has been winning the majority of its games recently As a result in a few weeks a match may be arranged with a team representing the West Palm Peach Revival of Michigan KKK At its Atlanta. Georgia. Convention in June, the Klan decided to raise $1,000,000 lor an "Americanization Campaign." Michigan. once a center for KKK activity, was selected as the testing ground for the "Americanization" program. Detroit, in particular, is now witnessing the fruits of this decision. The Hour is reliably informed that the Kluxers are conducting an intense recruiting campaign in the auto plants, which employ a large number of workers fresh from the south. In certain companies the KKK has already become unusually strong. The Kluxers have made greatest headway at Ford. Briggs, Dodge. Motor Products, Packard and Hudson. On the whole, the recruiting drive is meeting with considerable success. Five hundred new members were recruited at a night meeting held less than two weeks ago. Kluxers arctelling prospects that membership in the Klan will insure "quick promotion" in the plants where they work. As an inducement for ex-Klan members to return to the fold, the reinstatement fee has been reduced from one dollar to fifty cents. In several plants, special strongarm squads of Kluxers have been organized. The Detroit Klan headquarters at 89 East Forest street is humming with activity. The Detroit Council for IndusWashington has been much too I French, Czechoslavakian, Hunserious lately. We have envelgarian, Russian, Yiddish, Polish, oped ourselves in a cloak of or any of the Scandinavian langloom, all because of Hitler, the guages, you may find a well-paid Japanese and the battle of the job in Washington. The Justice Atlantic. Department recently has est.it. Washington is a city as well as ishe <* bureau wh ich does n £a capital. Today I would like to '" but rcad and ana,vze *• treat it in the same way that the *£f*g P a P ers P :inted >e late O. O. Mclnty.e might have Unltcd States 1 Am 4 t !" a s Sn number one diplomat but also the twQ prominent matrons, including prime Beau Brummel of the capithc wife of a cabinet off jcer dis tal. In his office he wears only d jewclled V for victorywhite oxford shirts, black ties j costume jcwc lry. and double breasted, dark suits. Whcn Wasnington thcatrcs Unlike the diplomats of fiction, L how tht picturc Winston Chur he has never been known to apchm „ is cheered as oud|v „ pear in spate, but his diamond (h (t ()f Presidcnt Roosevo i t Rut initialed, platinum cigarette case Washington cinema crowds ap probably could not be duplicated parently havc not forgottcn tha outside the ranks of royalty. I Sta | m was (>nce a artner of Keen-minded and precise, he was : HitleI s A fifteen-minute predcscr.bed by a London newsI enlation of Moscow scenes. Jopaper once as being '.he "apoth; h StaHn and thp R(?d A eosis of everything a Britisher j shown hen ast WC( k was rr ; would like to be. ccivcd m stony silencc The new gigantic War DepartI For the first time in ten years, ment office building across the j Washington diplomats aie spo.ndPotomac will have at least twenty i ng t h e summer in the capital. miles of corridors. Back in the | This city is climatically delightWorld War days, messengers in j f u j j n winter, spring and autumn, the old war office (one tenth the i hut is cursed by jungle heat in size of the new one) used rubberj the summer. Ordinarily, diptired roller skates to speed their; i om ats flee to Bar Harbor and deliveries. An army officer Bugj Newport in the hot season, but gested facetiously that the Mer-' because of the acute international curies in the new building should; situation today, they are afraid be equipped with P-40 pursuit i to leave. Embassies have proved planes. %  a paradise for salesmen of air If you can read and translate i conditioning units. F. A. PETERSON. District Manager Your %  •Shelby" representative will ap. PHOTJF 4 4?4fl • preciate an opportunity to assist you riivilij •-^*"v with your printed form problems. p. O. Box 4473 You'll find him well Qualified to otmrvm r /-soi re rr fer helpful suggestions, and eager to CORAL GAbLLb, FLA. yo r u ni wi,h. ;,mpl any Ipee,tie f rm The Shelby Salesbook Co. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION S A Li S A G E C O. PROD I CTS Delicious Corned Beet Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th arrd Normal Ave. Chicago Lodge. Unfortunately for us at trial Peace is operating on IT LIKES YOU [ the present time the Palm Beach team is leading the Civic League of Palm Beach. Of course if we win the glory will be so much the greater but as a tip U> the gambling fraternity I would suggest that we be classified as the long shot—a very long shot. As a parting reminder put down the following events on your must attend calendar: First, the picnic Sunday morning, and secondly, the regular meeting on Tuesday night at the Women's Club. Until Sunday, au revoir. J* Is the BEST? _~\. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN *—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There Is No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK more "'respectable" plane than the Klan. The Council makes the dignified claim that it is an "organization of men. women, associations, and business institutions, united in a common effort" to bring "industrial peace" to the City of Detroit. It is significant that labor unions, which have an obvious interest in real industrial peace, are not invited to participate in the work of the Council. The Detroit Newspaper Guild has called the Council "the newest thing in Vigilantes.'" and has remarked that it "'bids fair to supercede the Mohawk Valley Plan—but it is much thc same thing." According to the Council, its sponsors consist of "a small group of manufacturers, merchants and businessmen—all substantial citizens." An official of the United Auto Workers has described these "substantial citizens" as professional strike-breakers, openshoppers and red-baiters." This official says. "The actual brains in the outfit is Pierce Wright who for twenty years tried to smash the Building Trades Council of Detroit The sponsoring committee includes most of the city's outstanding labor haters." The Council's efforts are devoted mainly to anti-labor activity. Conscious of the anti(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) Ai EXIONS suffer leas from Headache. Acid Indigestion, Distress -'* of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they have heard—and believed—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltrer Is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the broadcasts. The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and to us; are the commercial announcements. Once you have tried Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us. But try Alka-Seltzer because it is an unusually effective medicine not because you enjoy the radio programs. WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete %  olntlon, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it. The pa inrelieving action is made more effective by alkaline buffers. The a lk a liT i n g elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach v\.'.'i, acidity. Get Alka-Seltzer the next time yoo pass a drug store. Large package • SsaaH package JM Try a glass of Alka-Seltzer at TOUT Drug Store Soda Fountain. Alka-Seltzer ,*r ..'*'•'-• r Cg^g^g^g^H 3"*i-Vi ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H • %  *-:> V-'A#jvA*lBfi2?



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wJewisti IFIoridliia m i% COMBINJNG The Jewish lUinilty *9 VOLUME 14—No. 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS ANTI-SEMITES MEET IN CAPITAL TO PLAN DRIVE New York (WNS)—George Paganelli, editor of the violently anti-Semitic "Christian Defender" conferred in Washington recently with Congressman John E. Rankin of Mississippi, and exCongressman John S. Schafer, of Wisconsin, on plans to promote anti-Semitic sentiment in the United States, according to The Hour, usually well-informed antiNazi publication. Rep. Rankin, who is now seeking the senatorial nomination in Mississippi, made the anti-Semitic speech whch led to the tragic death of Rep. Michael Edelstein of New York. The anti-Semites were reported to have "joked" about the incident during their deliberations. The Hour reported that Rep. Rankin advanced the following formula for keeping America out of war and preventing further aid to the Allies: "Blame the war on the Jews. Label this a Jewish war, a war brought about by international Jewish bankers. Spread this around the country and our battle is won." Ex-Congressman Schafer, undaunted by his recent defeat in the Wisconsin elections, The Hour said, "is building a secret organization which he hopes will be the focal point for anti-democratic, anti-Semitic feeling in the United States." "He told Paganelli that he hopes to enlist the support of a large numbers of World War veterans and that he will soon start for the Middle West on a speaking tour. He intends to make Washington the headquarters for his fifth column organization." NAZI NEWS AGENCY SAYS DISPOSAL OF 90 IN CROATIA New York (WNS)—A report circulated here by DNB, official Nazi news agency, stated that 102 persons had been tried by court martial, sentenced to death, and executed within a few hours after four bombs were thrown at marching militiamen in Zabreb, Croatia. The Nazi agency said that four "Communists" who threw the bombs were arrested on the scene and that "an additional 90 Jews and Communists involved in the "plot" were disposed of shortly afterwards. SOVIET LEADER IS SYMPATHETIC TD DELEGATION MINISTER REAFFIRMS POLICY OF JEWISH PALESTINE HOME London (WNS)—Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared in the House of Commons that "there is no need for any change in the policy of His Majesty's Government regarding Palestine." The Prime Minister gave assurances that this policy will be taken into consideration during the discussions in Cairo with regard to the creator of a pan-Arab federation. Little is known here of the present talks in Cairo. Moshe Shertok, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, made a flying trip to Cairo, but the results of his talks with the British and Arab leaders are as yet unknown. The reaction of the Jewish community in Palestine to the proposed pan-Arab federation will be conveyed to British and American Jewry by David BenGurion, chairman of the Zionist Executive, who if preparing to leave Palestine within a few days for a circuitous flying trip to London which includes a brief stop-over in the United States. Berne (WNS)—The Rumanian decree ordering all "alien Jews" to leave Rumania within 14 days has thrown thousands of Jews into a state of panic, it was reported here. London (WNS)—Leaders of the Agudas Israel obtained an interview with Ivan Maisky, Soviet Ambassador to Britain, during which the Russian Envoy promised to issue a statement on the question of religious freedom in Soviet Russia, it was learned here. Members of the delegation which visited the Soviet Ambassador said afterwards that Maisky had evinced "considerable sympathy" when spokesmen for the orthodox Jews broached the oroblem of religious freedom in the Soviet Union. The headquarters of the Agudas Israel disclosed that delegations had been sent to the British Foreign Office and to the exiled Polish Government. Following the formal signing of the Russo-Polish pact, the Agudah World Executive sent a message of greetings to Polish Premier General Sikorski. The message reminded the Polish Premier that close to 1,000,000 Jews were now trapped in the war zone on Polish and Soviet territory and declared that "although these victims are now suffering from the Nazi marauders, they too will rejoice over the -fact that Russia and Poland have joined in friendship." SEGALL IS NAMED ASSISTANT TO ATTY. GENERAL Sidney L. Segall, long time resident of Miami and son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Segall, pioneer residents, this week received appointment by Tom Watson as assistant attorney general of Florida. Segall, born in Tampa, is 33 years old and a graduate of Miami High School. He attended the University of Florida, Cornell University, University of Michigan and Ohio State Unversity. He was graduated from the University of Illinois where he received his A.B. degree and from Northwestern University with a Juris Doctor's degree. He has practiced law here since 1933 and was formerly associated with J. M. Flowers, professor of law, University of Miami, and now in practice of law in partnership with Robert R. Taylor, county solicitor of Dade County, under the firm name of Taylor & Segall, with offices in duPont Building, Miami. Mr. Segall is active in both civic and Jewish organizational work and is president of Miami District of Zionist Organization of America. He is a member of Dade County and Florida Bar Associations; Young Democratic Clubs of Florida, and State FREE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD WILL CONQUER BARBARISM Washington (WNS)—Secretary of State Cordell Hull, back at his desk after a two-month rest, told reporters gathered at a press conference that the forces of barbarism would be defeated by the remaining free peoples of the world. "I feel very strongly," Mr. Hull said, "that unity of purpose, maximum effort and firm determination, the remaining free peoples of the world will win, and that those who are at present the victims of the forces of barbarism can hope for the restoration of their human rights and liberties. NAZIS "PROVE" ROOSEVELT HEAD OP B'NAI B'RITH IS HILLEL OIRECTOR AT U. Df ELORIDA Washington, D. C. — Appointment of Rabbi Louis Youngerman, a graduate of the 1941 class of Hebrew Union College, as director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel foundation at the University, of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., was -.nnnunced this week at B'nai B'rith headquarters. Hitherto this Hillel unit was directed by Rabbi Max Eichorn, who was also in charge of the Hillel counselorship at Florida Women's College in Tallahassee, where he was rabbi of the Jewish community. The work at Gainesville has grown so rapidly that it has no been made a full-time unit. Rabbi Eichorn will continue as Hillel director at Florida Women's College. Geneva (WNS) — Apparently not satisfied with the world reaction to its recent "sensational disclosure" that President Roosevelt is a Freemason, the Nazi propaganda machine uncovered "unimpeachable" evidence "proving" that the American chief executive is the honorary president of "the Jewish order B'nai B'rith" it was learned here. The "authentic documents" were found, the Nazi press explained, during a surprise raid on the headquarters of B'nai B'rith in Oslo, Norway. It will be recalled that the Nazis paid an earlier visit to Oslo to discover the president's membership in the Freemasons. The frequency of the Nazi visits to Oslo in recent days has led neutral observers to the belief that the German railroads have instituted excursion rates to that famous Norwegian city or that the highly imaginative Dr. Goebbels has gone to Oslo to get away from his Russian nightmare. Making the most of their new "sensation" the Nazi press explained that the B'nai B'rith is supervising the direction of the plan expounded by the "Elders of Zion" to subjugate the entire world under "Jewish rule." President Roosevelt was pictured as a tool of the B'nai B'rith working hand in hand with "international Jewry." PACKING PLANT SEEKS TO ENJOII 6 NOTED RABBIS Boston (WNS)—The problem* of "kashruth" will be aired in Uncivil courts for the first time in the history of the Boston Jewish community as a result of an injunction obtained by Irving Keller, owner of the Stadium Packing Company, against six prominent Orthodox rabbis. The injunction forbids the rabbis to place a religious ban on the products of the company tx to interfere with the sale of lb* company's products pending a decision from the local court*The rabbis involved are Rabbi* Eliezer Silver, Iseiah Karlinsky, Israel Rosenberg, Abraham I. Kalmonovitz, Judah Leib Seltzetv and Joseph B. Soloveitchik. The controversy opened wbr* the recently established local Orthodox Rabbinical committee placed the Stadium Packing Company under its supervisor!Mr. Keller agreed to permit all rabbi* to study conditions at the slaughter house and to supervise the company's adherence to the kashruth laws. He objected to supervision his establishment by one rabh~ and insisted that the right to hint whatever shochtim he wanted to was his prerogative. Rabbi Soloveitchik. who ta*dbeen the supervisor of the Stadium Packing Company, demand ed that no other rabbis be permitted to come into the slaughter house, and enlisted the aid o4 five nationally-known rabbis. Mr. Keller said that he had applied for an injunction becausehe feared that the rabbis would place an "issur" (religious ban* on his products which would have the effect of forcing him to clos*" his business. Sidney L. Segall Chairman of Resolutions Committee, thereof; member of board of directors of Young Democratic Club of Dade County; Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce; Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith; Miami Elks Lodge; Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity; National Collegiate Fra-. ternity; and president of Tau Epsilon Alumni Association of Mjami. Mr. Segall is expected to assume his position around September 1st. NAZIS ARREST 90 MORE JEWS ON "ECONOMIC SABOTAGE" Stockholm (WNS)—The Nazioccupying authorities of Norway ordered the arrest of 90 more Jews on the charge of "economic sabotage," it was reported here. The latest arrests bring to 700 the number of Jews arrested on similar charges. E JEWS SHOT FOR SABOTAGE ACTS Geneva (WNS)—The Jews of Belgrade will have to pay a substantial part of the 10,000.000 dinars fine imposed on the former capital of Yugoslavia by the Nazi occupation authorities, it was reported here. The fine was levied, the Nazi radio reported, because of the "increasing sabotage and terrorist activities." Announcement of the tine came shortly after the German radio announced that 122 Jews and Communists had been executed. No details were given but a second Nazi broadcast stated that "many Jews in Belgrade were shot for sabotage." NAZI RACIAL CREED DANGER TO BE STUDIED AT WILLIAMS Williamstown (WNS)—Recognition of the Nazi-Fascist creed of racial purity and superiority as potential "dynamite" in 9 country like the United State* whose population represents -a mixture of 47 old world nation*. will bring American experts *** race problems to the WUIianwtown Institute of Human Relations here, August 24 to 29, for a thorough discussion of mean* U> forestall the spread of this ideology. Ruth Benedict, Columbia University anthropologist and autho*' of "Race and Politics"; ProfRayford W. Logan, negro historian of Howard University; Or Otto Klineberg, eminent psychologist and author of "Race Differences;" and Godfrey Schmidt. New York State Labor Department authority on the cultural background of Americans. w0 head a forum discussion on the problem during the Institutes which is sponsored by the National Conference of Christian* and Jews. %  "*v Berne (WNS)—Reports reaching here state that the recent i ecution of Jews in Belgrade reprisals for the murder of m Nazi soldier and of a pro-Natn Serbian policeman. Hundreds %  arrests followed the killings.



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fAG£ FOUR vJewistifkrAMm FRIDAY. AUGUST 8. 1941 a* Jemsti Fiendi^ri PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor sr.-*.--i x* iiini nui HHtw -"-.• im u -- P> or Mm:-" • I %  Mirch : :*r THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HAHRT SCHWARTZ SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS $1M i $: %  >:• MIAML FLCRITA FRIDAY AUGUST r 1.-41 VOLUME H NUMBER 32 MADAGASCAR AGAIN Repcr-s re— Ewopa state data the Vichy QOTOBM h.zs permitted Germtmy :: se-i the nrst 5 000 lews from Poland le the French island c: Madagascar Tius :: is reported w-.ll serves as an erper-mer.: wiurh vil decr.de :o what extent a j mass-ceporta-cr. c: Jews re— Nan-held reload to Madagascar can be carr.ee end It has long beer. c.:*:. that rhtle: s amhidon .s to isolate' the Jews c: Europe by ser.d_-.a the— tc Madagascar. It has even beer, reporec that he Gerrr.ari-F.-er.rh armistice pact pro-; vides tor he ccr.ver_r.o :: I'adagasccr into a dumping place ioi Jews re— Europe H dWf 'he shipping of Jews to Madagascar was rersidereb practically impossible neccuse of the lack of rcnspcrotier. (acuities and especially because of the jmtish blockade New we hear thai the Mai Government has induced the Petain cabinet to agree to the transpor.ahon of the first 5.000 Polish Jews to the remote French island in Africa, apparently on French steamers. It is also reported that the 5.000 deportees will be "maintained" by the French administration in Madagascar end used for forced labor there. On the other hand, the news of the last few days indicates that on other Nazi demands—on German-French "cooperation" in Dakar, etc.—the Vichy Government is putting up quite stiff resistance and that serious consequences in the GermanFrench relations may develop as a result of this. It remains for us to hope that the major differences which are now growing between Petam and Hitler will develop to a point where the entire Madagascar problem will be overshadowed and forgotten by both. Without French steamers the shipping of Jews to Madagascar will remain nothing but a Nazi dream which will be shattered by the eventual victory of the Allies. ANTHEINISH POGROMS FEARED AS UNREST GROINS Stockholm (WNS—A systematic Nazi pogrom against Jews still in Germany and the Nazioccupied territories was feared here following reports of internal dissension and widespread unrest mstde Germu %  the start of the Nazi war against Soviet Russ.a Informed sour here, one of Ihs maj i listening ; H continental Europe, predict unless Hitler's legions up their irivi which appears i present wril unloose paigr l ire' These qua." that HH1 will us-. ". % %  ". i taJh pop Liiatkx to cover up %  • Eailun German army t ciable progress against thi Rus%  to the last month. Reports both from Gel and the Nazi-occupied countries indicate rapii strides in the growth of the underground opposition against Nazism. The arr-.al in Germany of train after train bearing thousands of wounded soldiers from the front is adding to the general urn Confirmation of these fears was furnished by the Social Demokraten. usually well-informed Swedish newspaper, which reported: "Lately it has become apparent that the German Government has seen itself compelled ; to take measures against so called ; opposition circles.' which, first of all. means those Jews still living in the country. It is learned that widespread house searches have been conducted I among the Jews." The Berlin correspondent of i the Swedish paper stated that Herr Eichmann. the notoriously anti-Semitic Gestapo leader, has ( b een given virtual dictatorial | powers over the Jews. This move was made necessary'the Nazis explained, to centralize the Gestapo for the "surveillance over Jews The writer added significantly that "there is no lack of reasons for a campaign against the ish population similar to 1 those which took place in the past %  %  > i will b accused of -;ng rules and regulations too Berlir reported :r.a: Gel beck up on there are violations of %  iizi order under which Jews are stringently f r to buy and certain vegeFurthermore. they investigate whether the Jews keep any ready cash in their homes. is also forbidden, or whether they go out after 9 p. m." While there is no order forbidding Jews to leave their homes after 9 p. m.. the Nazi authorities have declared that it is •"desirable" that the Jews stay ln-doors The report added that when the Nazis deem something "desirable" the Jews, especially, must obey. Since the beginning of the Russia-German war. Jews in all Nazi ; countries have been accused of harboring Communist sympathies and of acting in behalf of Russia. Mass arrests of Jews in RuiCONTINUEO FROM PAGE 3) BotanM last week, the name of Mrs. Miriam Sager. as a BMSBtaex cf the house e•: was inter* ertentij* jmitted We apologue neat pnAaaaay aa MR Saga* as she a) an MlM worker •-. -..-%  w.-.~e-'< Drriaaaa -.-%  -.;%  this arm rectifia* V iaanaandbal teaan i aftii iii I s.-. by -: T.-Z five rurs .:.-r las: .-aing ho defeat the B R. C 9 to 8. Nice going boys. It don't autter whether you win or Le-se— %  tt's %  M r.ay tr.e game. Congrats to Sidney Segal who has been nnmintiil assistant atby our friend. Attorney General Terr. Watson. "Y" Duckpin News Sol Weir.k'.e. a ~e.-r.ber of Al an s Quints, brcke the previous 3-game set of 350 held by Sam Tendrich when he wound up with 356 Tne cellar dwelling Sentinels pulled a real surprise in knocking off the leading Sam Tendrich Deuces in 2 of 3 games last Thursday at the Recreation Lanes. Only two more practice meetings for the bowling team before the regular league starts. Any Y. W. H. A. member interested in bowling please register with Mrs. Reisman at the Recreation Bowling Alleys at 8:15 p. m. Tuesday. August 12. All Y-Ettes please meet at the Y clubroms at 8:30 Saturday night. Y. M. H. A. to Hold Picnic at Greynolds Park. Sunday. Aug. 17 The Y M. and Y W. H. A will hold a picnic at Greynolds Park on Sunday. August 17. from 1 to 6 p. m. Louis Kraft, chairman of the entertainment committee, stated that an excellent program is being planned for that day. Among the things planned will be a fiftyyard dash for boys and girls under 16 years old. a one hundred yard dash for boys and girls over 16 years old. a "Moishe" calling contest for women, a three legged race, a fat man's race. The feature of the day will be an A. K. soft ball game. All entries must be registered at the Y not later than Sunday. August 17. at 12 o'clock. More details will be given in the next issue. Those assisting Mr Kraft on this committee are Nat Blumberg. Harry Schwartz. Al Reisman and Frank Rose. A motorcade will meet at the Y at 12 o'clock sharp on the day of the picnic. There will be plenty of toys, ice cream and soft drinks. All you have to do is bring your your lunch. Bring the children. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONMOSCOW RADIO REPORTS NAZIS HAVE STOLEN GEMS WNS —Nazi soldiers j taken prisoner on the Russian front have in their possessions jewels and other valuables which were stolen from Jews, the Moscow radio reported. The Soviet announcer declared that gems found on Nazi prisoners were frequently inscribed with a "mogen david" and with obviously Jewish n--.. The Moscow radio said that th£ Nazi troops had apparently looted villages while proceeding to the front and had seized all movable Jewish possessions. The announcer said that Soviet Russia would return the gems to their proper owners after the war. mania. Yugoslavia. Hungary. Holland. France. Poland and Germany have been reported in the last six weeks. In Rumania, according to a report from Istanbul, 8.600 Jews have been executed on the charge that they were sympathetic to Russia. YOU SHOULD KNOW There is such a thing as a Fascist International, although of course it doesn't go by that name And some prominent Americans, not knowing what it really is. hare been flirting with that organization's representatives here Officially these representatives in the U. S. are not anti-Jewish, and they have received and accepted money from Jewish sources—money which has. in fact, been used for the support of anti-Jewish activities All this will soon be exposed, however, as the U. S. Government is quietly investigating this business And when the story finally breaks there will be a sudden rush of scarlet faces among prominent Jews and liberal Catholics who. quite innocently, have been taken in All of which brings us to a question: Why is the National Gentile League permitted to function, when everybody knows that it has been subsidized by pro-Nazi elements? And we also wonder why the responsible Catholic leadership in this country doesn't disown The Tablet, the official Brooklyn Catholic diocesan paper Just to show you what we mean, we'll quote a tasty morsel from a recent issue of The Tablet: "The Jews and their Gentile lackeys and duDes have formed tolerance committees." FUTURES Lloyds of London aze said to be accepting numerous and i large bets that Hitler will be beaten and the war be over by early 1942 The letters no doubt aie adherents of the seer Nostradamus, who some hundreds of years ago foretold the rise of Hitler and prophesied that his reign would last nine years Lloyds, however, being hard-headed business men rather than mystics, take little stock in such prognostications, and are de manding two-to-one odds Pierre van Paassen also, using realistic reasoning, predicts, in an article that wall appear in a j forthcoming issue of Redbook magazine, that the war may well last another six years. JEWISH NEWS The groundwork is now being laid for the extension of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, as a preparation for the time when the war will be over and negotiations will open with the powers to be. Non-Zionist groups and representatives are giving the present plan their wholehearted cooperation ... Is it true that the Vladimir Jabotinsky Publication Committee is making slow headway because some of the die-hard General Zionists can not bring themselves to forget political differences? Slated to be the next executive director of the Zionist Organization of America, a reliable source informs us. is Rabbi Joshua L Gold berg of Astoria. Long Island, who is known for his work with the American Jewish Congress and the Federation of Polish Jews. Now-we-have-something-to-live-for-item: Dr. Solomon Goldman former president of the Z. O. A., writes in The New Palestine: "Some day, if the world survives. I shall write my story of 111 Fifth Avenue" ... If you have any spare books in Hebrew Spanish, Yiddish, English or German, particularly volumes of Haskdlic literature, pack them up and parcel-post them to Dr. B. Geyer of 549 West 163rd Street. New York ... Dr. Geyer. a scholar who has found refuge in this country, is engaged in collecting a library for the new Jewish community of Quito Ecuador, composed of refugees who fled Hitler Europe in such a hurry that they were unable to take along any reading matter. HERE AND THERE Raphael Hakim, one of the French film producing brothers who are now in Hollywood, is planning a movie short telling I the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin with modern connotations. i The picture will stress that it was the Hamelin elders' scrap-ofI paper view of their treaty with the Piper that caused the destruction of the town's children The Piper, by the way. will be played by Artie Shaw, who can pipe a mean tune We are told that there are over fifteen thousand Aryan women in Nazi insane asylums who became unbalanced after their Jewish husbands and children had left the Reich where they, temporarily confused, failed to accompany their families The joys of living under Axis protection are summed up as follows by a Rumanian refugee: "Our food is getting to be like Germany's, our earthquakes are getting to be as bad as Japan's and our army's getting to be as terrible as Italy's" The following desk motto is reported as having been seen in Hollywood: | "War is hell, but Hitler is worse Stop Hitler now" View|ing the V-for-Victory vertigo, Valter Vinchell dots and dashes • that Goering's tiff with Hitler started when Hitler thought Goeriing was being sarcastic when he greeted him with: "Nu, Adolf —V-gates." ABOUT PEOPLE The honor of being the first airline commuter in history goes to Peter J. Schweitzer, who lives in Long Island and has a cigarette paper factory in New Jersey, and has found that flying back and forth is the simplest way of going to and from work Schweitzer is a son of the late Peter J. Schweitzer, the man accredited with starting off the Keren Hayesed as a permanent institution some twenty years ago, with a donation of SI00.000 Francesco von Mendelssohn, scion of one of the wealthiest Jewish families of Germany, has had his ups and downs since he came to this country a few years ago Now, however, he is making a name for himself as a successful theatrical director in a summer theatre circuit Congratulations to Zionist Abe Goldberg on the acquisition of a new grandson, via his daughter Natalie The white-haired boy of Zionist oratory was unable to attend the newcomer's Brith, however, as the young hopeful had chosen to arrive while grandpa was touring down in Mexico The reason why the new Ginger Rogers film. Tom. Dick and Harry." shows a party drinking a toast to one Jennie Shapiro is that Mrs. Jennie Shapiro is the mother of scenarist Paul Jarrico. author of the film Bubbles Schinasi. heiress of the cigarette clan, is said to be writing a mystery novel, the hero of which will be George Joan Nathan. < )


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FBIDAY. AUGUST 8. 1941 *.Je*ist nor/dkM PAGE FIVE I CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Mhml's Pioneer Congregation) ISfi N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rablit Reuldeiice Phone 2-217fi Office Thonc 2-1473 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. Urt. Louis hlarguliti Reporting for Beth :•....' Congregation and Sisterhood Cards. Bingo. Man Jongg Mrs. Jean Seitlin, chairman of the Beth David Sisterhood card, bingo and mah jongg party, hopes to see a great many of her friends at the Pepsi Cola Building. 1251 N. W. 36th St, Monday evening, August 11th at 8 p. m. The hostess room is air-canditioned, so a real comfortable and pleasant time is assured to all. Hospitality Appeal Mrs. Isador Fine, president of the Beth David Sisterhood, is appealing to all members of the Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood to aid her in opening their homes to the Jewish soldiers and sailors who are in our city for week-ends. By giving either a room or meals for one or two, or both, you will be doing your share for the defense of our country. Please call the office, 2-1473, and we will gladly place your name on our list. We are very happy to announce that the ladies who have been sewing, knitting and crocheting for the American Red Cross at the Beth David auditorium are making splendid progress. In the short period of lime since we have organized, four ladies have already received their "production pins" for fifty hours of work. These classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 to 4:30. The space in our auditorium is unlimited, and we are at all times happy to welcome L. FREDERICK BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 912 Congress Building Phone 2-7112 Res. Phone 7-5192 MIAMI. FLORIDA TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RAllltl JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. I). 69% Indian Creek Drive—6-126. r Miami Beach RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITM.W 54DI) l-aCorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-173K Congregational Regular services wll be held at Temple Israel this Friday evening, August 8th, at 8:15 o'clock with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Friday evening services are held at the Temple throughout the summer, with congregational particpation and singing. Red Cross Sewing The Red Cross Unit of Temple Israel Sisterhood will resume its sewing Tuesday, August 12th, under the able leadership of Mrs. Sam Katz. Ladies of the Sisterhood and their frends are urged to come and sew all day on Tuesdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mrs. Katz is asking that all work completed in her absence be returned next Tuesday. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us."' At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Martha Tunick, wife of Samuel Tunick. Yahrzeits: Herman Lefkowitz, Jr., brother of Philip Lefkowitz; Lottie Bertuch, mother of Mrs. Marvin Bronner: Julius Kantor, father of Harry Kantor. anyone who wishes to join with us. Condolences We pray to the Almighty that He assuage the pain of the Swartz family at the untimely loss of their beloved father, and a member of our congregation. May his soul deservingly repose in eternal life. eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITTLE INN OPEN ALL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Avo. & S. E. 1 St POLISH ZIONIST LEADERS FREED lli AGREEMENT London (WNS)—Hundreds of Polish Zionist leaders who were arrested during the Soviet occupation of Poland two years ago and reportedly exiled to Siberia will be released under the provisions of the new Russian-Polish agreement which was signed here. In addition to the Zionist leaders, many Jewish members of the Polish Bund, social-democratic party, will be released. The Russo-Polish agreement provides that all Polish citizens arrested during and after the Soviet occupation for political reasons will be set free. As a result of the new pact of friendship between the two countries, it was estimated here that hundreds of thousands of Polish soldiers, including many Jews. I will be released to fight with the allies against Nazi Germany. The Russo-Polish agreement was greeted with enthusiasm in | Zionist circles here. Hope was expressed that Soviet Russia will henceforth adopt a friendlier policy toward the Zionist movement. Dr. Ignacy Schwarzbard. Jewish member of the Polish National Council, has already submitted to the Polish Government-in-exile a list of several hundred prominent Zionist and Jewish socialist leaders who were arrested after the Soviet occupation of Poland. From sources close to the exiled Polish Government it was learned that the treaty includes a provision which guarantees religious freedom of all Polish citizens in Russia. These sources stated that Polish Jewish rabbis now on Soviet soil will be permitted to give religious instruction to Polish Jewish children. Reports circulating two weeks ago to the effect that consideration was being given by the Allied Governments to send Polish soldiers interned in Russia to the Near East to bolster British defenses there were confirmed by the London Daily Express which reported that approximately 300,000 Polish soldiers, including 11,000 Jews, will be released from internment camps and moved to the Near East. The troops were reported to be anxious for another opportunity to fight Hitler's army. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Waahlngton Avenue aiul Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHEbOFK. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone E-Utt MAURICE MAMCIIKS. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2:'6:i s. w. tlat T.I ra. e Daily Synagogue Services Shachriss, 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. in.; Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss. Saturday at 7 p. m. Radio Hour Rabbi Meyer J. Goldman will speak over Station WIOD Sunday afternoon at 4:30 on the subject "The Child." He will be introduced by Rabbi Mescheloff. RABBI OF PRISCO BRANDS NOCK AS San Francisco (WNS)—Rabbi Saul E. White of Temple Beth Sholem of this city has branded Albert Jay Nock, who predicted in a series of articles which appeared in the Atlantic Monthly the introduction of the Nazi Nuremberg Laws in the United States unless a "modus vivendi" could be established between the American Jew and non-Jew. "a proved and tested anti-Semite." Rabbi White's denunciation of Mr. Nock appeared in the Emanuel and Jewish Journal, a local publication. The rabbi charged that Mr. Nock's articles of the last 10 years prove that his two recent articles in the Atlantic Monthly were not written out of "a feeling pf outrage against the growth of anti-Semitism in our country." but are a development of an "old hunch into a major thesis." In his articles, Mr. Nock disclaimed any anti-Jewish animus, claiming that he was motivated by a sincere fear of the rise of anti-Semitism in the United MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KKU.NER. Ifcibbi 1S33 s. w. Mth Terrace Phone 8-S19Z MO S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor 300 Si". VV. 16th Avenue I'hone 2-i)V-'s TALMUD TORAH 1645 s. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily ShachrU 7:15 a. m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5 :30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p. m. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8:30 a.m. Boat Ride Resuming activities of the Ladies Auxiliary, a boat ride as the first of a series of events will take place Wednesday. August 20th, at 9 p. m. aboard the Yacht Biscayne leaving from Pier 7. City Yacht Basin. Entertainment and dancing will be featured and there will be refreshments. No effort is being spared to make this event one of the outstanding of the summer season. Mrs. Sam Tannenbaum and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum, co-chairmen, wish to stress the fact that inasmuch as passenger capacity is limited, reservations must be made in advance. Just call 2-7518 or 2-5338 and your tickets will be arranged for. All proceeds of this affair will benefit the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. States. Rabbi White stated that "in the days not so distant he (Nock) did not look for fine feathers in which to cloak his vulgar anti-Semitism." The rabbi disclosed that in a book of essays called "On Doing the Right Thing." which was published in 1928, Mr. Nock wrote: "In actual life they (the Jews) are dreadful people. I sometimes think that there will be record-breaking pogroms in New York some day and there are occasions even now when the most peace-loving person among us wishes he could send over a couple of sotnias of Cossacks to floor manage the subway rush." Rabbi White remarked that "it may be some comfort to know that he was expecting pogroms as early as 1928. and that his acute awareness of a dangerous Jewish problem ... is dated as of December, 1933.


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FRIDAY. AUGUST 8. 1941 *• Jewish thridiaiin PAGE THREE KING'S. ^ ^ KOMMENTS £aE| The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian With this Usue we innovate for you—dear readers— KING'S KOMMENTS Sometimes brief—sometimes lengthy Of course depending on King's kommenting Tidbits,—revealing,—caustic or sweet At all times—readers—for you a treat. If on your feet the shoes will fit Wont you please try and calmly sit Until—you'll meet others galore Who will swear 'twas them for sure. If well it fits, the hat your head For G-ds sake tears please do not shed For all about you there will be Many others cussing me— Swearing 'twas them that was meant When honest—'twas only King's Komment. Tisha B'Av was almost celebrated in a rather unusual manner in Miami when an influential organization planned its UUtual picnic on that day. The | error was rectified in time and BB came through once again following the usual policy of adhering to Jewish traditions M a Jewish organization, re| gardless of members' individI ual dictates. And then there's the group of women who festivated on the eve of the inception of the holiday and all who partook of the refreshments took seriously ill of food poisoning. Let that be a lesson. premium. One group needing much more help than they now have could get twice as much work out of these few youngsters now serving, if the major domo would spot a few little things as furnishing lunch money and car fare—maybe the kids can't afford to foot expenses — surely they're deserving. A case of penny wise and pound foolish—All King says is a word to the wise -. We've heard of clubs and organizations going to the dogs I but when they go to the Bowery, things must be bad. Another case where the frame i didn't fit the picture—like a | refugee in Germany. Federation has a new director—Direct from the Nation's Capital—comes KLASS—to our community and we don't mean maybe. Formal announcement will be made next week. Volunteer workers regardless of age or of the cause are at a I The bell rings again when the president of one of our groups leaves soon for Tallahassee to sit behind a desk with a title not to be snickered at—of course this it not a new moniker for our community. "We told you so" that much used phrase is being polished off to be used shortly for a group of "big-wigs" who are too short-sighted to appreciate the hint and advice tendered them at a private conference last week attended by a "big 6" —They were told about impending trouble affecting them personally as well as reaction to our people in the area that will be felt. Mind your business was the gist of the reply. —Tread carefully, brothers. To relieve Miserv o f COLI)S LIQUID TABLETS SALVE NOSE DROPS COUGH DROPS Try "Ryb-My-Tiim"- Wondtrful Llnlmtnt Painting. Paperhanging Plastering Decorating Expert Workmanship Licensed and Insured Free Estimates PHONE 4-0884 For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal 4 5 Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IMM FEIIBSAL Si OF MIAMI NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over S6.100.000 J. M. LIPTON. President J II H Ankara (WNS)—A Rumanian court martial ordered the immediate execution of two Jewish physicians, Drs. Mendelowitz and Berkovici, after finding them guilty of deliberately "poisoning" wounded Nazi and Rumanian soldiers, it was reported here. The two doctors were among the hundreds of Jewish doctors mobilized by Government decree into a special medical corps when non-Jewish doctors in Rumania were unable to cope with the steadily growing number of wounded men returning from the Russian front. In civilian life. Jewish doctors arc forbidden to treat non-Jewish patients. The two physicians had resided in Jassy, the scene of the mass execution of 500 Jews last month on the ground that the Jews were •"Communist agents and saboteurs." No details were forthcoming about the alleged "poisoning" incidents. The Rumanian press merely announced the court martial's sentence and the fact that the firing squad was composed of German and Rumanian soldiers. FORMER RESIDENT OF MIAMI OPENS DENTAL OFFICE HERE Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. former resident of Miami, has announced the opening of offices at 1456 Washington avenue,Miami Beach for the practice of general dentistry. He attended Miami High School and the University of Miami and is a graduate of Atlanta Southern Dental Dr. Herman Mechlowitz THE Y. M. H. A NOTES By HARRY SCHWAB! 2 Home Camp For the week ending Friday, August 1, one hundred six children attended the Home Camp. One of the new projects in the craft class is the making of wickbelts. These articles will be on exhibition very shortly when a monster rally will be held by the children of the Home Camp. Daily increase in attendance is noted, and the Y is proud to render this service to the community. Vocational Guidance Joseph A. Berman. chairman of the board of directors, and director of vocational guidance, and Maurice Grossman, executive di-' rector of the Y. M. H. A., are in a dilemma these days trying to supply employers with adequate help. They announce that for the past several weeks they have been unable to fill jobs due to the lack of applicants. This shows a very healthy condition in this area. However, attention is called to the fact that we have been unable to fill stenographic positions and employers have been asking for them. We therefore, request those who are seeking jobs as stenographers to register at the Y immediately. Junior Girls Last Wednesday evening, the new division of Junior Girls ranging in ages from 15 to 19 was organized by the executive director. Miss Ethel Deutsch, prominent in Junior Hadassah circles, was selected by Mr. Grossman as sponsor of this group. The program will be of a cultural and social nature. You will hear a great deal about this group later. Monster Orange Bowl Stadium Performance We have told you many times in these columns about the effort of all the various organizations in the Greater Miami area to make one monster theater benefit at the Orange Bowl Stadium instead of the many individual benefits that have been taxing the generosity of actors and night clubs. A meeting was called by Maurice Grossman last Tuesday wherein representatives of all the organizations who conducted such benefits were invited. Baron de Hirsch Meyer presided at the meeting. After a lengthy discussion, it was pointed out that a monster benefit such as suggested by Harry Richman, when rightly conducted, will gross over one hundred fifty thousand dollars, and will enable the public to see a show, the equal of which has never been seen in these parts. Actors from Hollywood and NewYork will come in by plane and stage a great event. This can and will be done. A committee of seven will be appointed by Mr. Meyer in the near future to study the plans and to report at a later meeting. Maurice .Grossman and Herman Waitsman were the Y representatives at this meeting. Gymnasium Much progress has been made by Leo Ackcrman and his House Committee in the renovating of the old Scout House at the rear of the Y building to be used as a gymnasium. At this writing, all the walls have been torn out. A new roof is being put on and we hope in about two or three weeks the entire space will be ready to be used as a beautiful gymnasium. Again we appeal to the good public of Miami to join the Y and help us add a facility that will be very vital to old as well as the young people. Beg Pardon Through an oversight in these (CONTINUED ON PAG£ 4* College and was awarded a scholarship to the Children's Fund of Michigan. He attended Northwestern University and took post graduate work, majoring in pyorrhea. He is married and has one son. Prior to his coming to Miami, Dr. Mechlowitz practiced in Cartaret. N. J. CAMP BLANDING TO HAVE CIVILIAN RESIDENT RABBf Rabbi William B. Schwartz of Lawrence, Long Island, was one of nine rabbis this week who became civilian resident chaplains throughout the* country to provide for the spiritual needs of Jewish soldiers stationed at camps without regular Jewish army chaplains it was announced today by Dr. David de Sola Pool, chairman of the National Jewish Welfare Board's Committee on Religious Activities. With many military stations still without regular Jewish chaplains, the Committee sent out a call for rabbis to spend the summer at the more isolated military camps. Rabbi Schwartz will serve the men at Camp Blanding and the Jacksonville Naval Base during this temporary assignment. vtcauAts. •. tiir stMks Wjilcier and taste hetUf..". Your pie crusts an crisp aid if laky. Your biscuits are browner and lighter. Year sauces and vegetables are tastier. Year meat bills are iess. Year utility bills are lower. There are no more costly repair bills. Ail you hare more hours for play. A meal is sever late because GAS' gives "All Weather Service". PEOPLESH^J^p4§^ COMPANY l o l l y w o i i • it. laiioriile • Mioai ...laaet *! % 



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