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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 14No. 33
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
INVITE JEWISH
10 JOIN
IL CORPS
Stockholm (WNS)The short-
age of competent medical men
in Nazi-occupied Poland and
other areas near the Russian
front has become so acute that
the Nazis have been forced to
issue an invitation to Jewish doc-
tors in Denmark to join the Nazi
medical corps, it was reported
here.
The Nazi-controlled press in
Copenhagen carried front page
editorials urging Jewish doctors
to volunteer for service on the
Eastern front. The Jewish doc-
tors were assured good treat-
ment and high pay.
With the number of wounded
German soldiers on the Eastern
front growing steadily. Nazi au-
thorities have been coaxing and
compelling Jewish doctors in all
the occupied countries to take
posts in medical hospitals. Ru-
mania and Hungary also found it
necessary to order Jewish phy-
sicians to report for military duty.
It is significant that the appeal
to Jewish doctors published in
the Danish press mentioned spe-
cifically that physicians were ur-
gently needed in Poland. Ap-
parently, the Nazis are unwilling
to transport their wounded back
to Germany for fear of aggravat-
ing an already troubled and dis-
quieted population.
The Nazi invitation to the
Jewish doctors was the subject
for considerable speculation here.
Hitherto, Jewish physicians in
all Nazi countries have been for-
bidden to treat non-Jewish pa-
tients, and neutral sources won-
dered how Hitler could explain
his latest about-face to the Ger-
man people.
JEWS TO PAY FOR FOOD
IN SLOVAK LABOR GANGS
Geneva (WNS)Slovakian au-
thorities have announced that
henceforth only penniless Jews
will be fed in the special Jewish
labor camps while "Jews of
means" will have to pay for their
food and lodging, according to
Nazi newspapers which have ar-
rived here.
Since the Jews are not paid
for serving in these labor camps,
this new order virtually means
that from now on Jews will have
to pay for the privilege of work-
ing 60 and 70 hours a week at
hard labor. The Nazi press re-
ported also that the Slovakian
Jews the majority of whom are
orthodox, will be forced to work
on Saturdays.
The Nazi newspaper Grcnz-
bote reported that Slovakian sol-
diers, now fighting with the Nazi
forces on the Russian front, have
sent a telegram to Dr. Joseph
Tiso, puppet President of Slova-
kia, demanding a final "liquida-
tion" of the Jewish question in
Slovakia.
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EXECUTE
DOCTORS
FOR NON-SERVICE
Istanbul (WNS)An unidenti-
fied number of Jewish doctors
who refused to serve in special
Nazi medical units on the Rus-
sian front has been executed by
Gestapo firing squads, it was re-
ported here. The physicians had
been interned in concentration
camps but were offered their
freedom in return for their ser-
vices on the Eastern front.
The report added that nearly
300 Jewish doctors had been re-
leased from concentration camps
in Germany and dispatched to
the Eastern front where the
Russians were reportedly taking
a tremendous toll for each foot
of land seized by the Nazi army.
Nazi officials were reported to
have promised the Jewish doc-
tors that they wouid be accorded
the same conditions and pay as
the "Aryan" doctors. Despite
these assurances, however, a
number of doctors, including sev-
eral who had been incarcerated
since the early days of the Hitler
regime refused to serve with the
Nazi forces. They were shot by
firing squads as an example to
the other Jewish physicians.
Daytona Beach will throw
open its city gates on the Labor
Day week-end for the fifth an-
nual B'nai B'rith State Conven-
tion, entertaining Lodge mem-
bers, their wives and families
from all over Florida.
The convention will begin
Sunday, August 31 and cont'nue
through Monday, September 1.
Headquarters for the convention
will be the Osceola Hotel, which
will be turned over to the Lodge
exclusively for the two day ses-
sion.
Registrations begin at noon
Sunday. Tentative program for
the convention, as outlined by
Convention Chairman, Louis Os-
sinsky, of Daytona Beach, will
include a cocktail party Sunday
afternoon, a banquet and datia
Sunday night; breakfast Mon-
day morning and a noon lunch-
eon Monday. There will be
motorcades for the women, mah
jongg and card parties and other
special features. Labor Day en-
tertainment in the Citystock
car races, fireworks at the board-
walk, swimming at the Worlds
most famous beach, and other ac-
tivities will be included. Con-
vention's principal business ses-
sion will be Monday morning
with President Elry Stone, of Mi-
ami presiding. There will be
banquet speakers, committee
meetings, and informal talks by
State Dignitaries.
J. Aron Abbott, state secretary
is chairman of the Sholem Lodge
Convention Committee and is
making arrangements for the loc-
al group.
JEWS COLD WINTER AS A
RESULT OF FUEL SHORTAGE
Lisbon (WNS)As a result of
an acute shortage of coal
throughout Italy, Italian Jews
now face the prospect of a heat-
less winter, it was announced
here. The Italian cities of Tri-
este, Fiume, Milan and Florence
have announced a 33 percent re-
duction in coal rations.
GREEK GENERAL
IN PALESTINE
LAUDS AMERICA
Jerusalem (WNS) Gratitude
for the support American Jewry
gave to Greece during that tiny
country's desperate defense of its
independence against the Italian
and Nazi invaders was voiced
here by the Greek general who
has been named by King George
of Greece to organize a Free
Greek force to continue the strug-
gle against fascism.
The noted Greek general,
whose name can not as yet be
divulged, stressed that the Jew-
ish nation will find its rightful
place among the free nations of
the world after Hitlerism has
been destroyed.
The general appeared consider-
ably impressed with the rapid
strides made in recent years in
Palestine. "I have no words to
praise Jewish achievements and
progress made in Palestine," he
said. "I am sure that Jewish
efforts to further the interests
of the Holy Land will benefit all
the Eastern nations including
Greece."
"The fate of the Jews," the
Greek commander added, "is sev-
enfgold times dearer to us now
that we are fighting for freedom
and victory." The general will
organize the Free Greek forces
in the Near East along lines simi-
lar to that of General De Gaulle's
Free French Army.
In his message extolling the
aid of American Jews, the Greek
Army chief said: "We think
American Jewry should actively
participate with the Allies in this
struggle and thus perform their
duty as Jews and as world citi-
zens."
LABOR COMMITTEE SEEKS
NAMES OF INTERNED JEWS
New York (WNS)The Jewish
Labor Committee has been au-
thorized by representatives of
the Polish Government-in-exile
to compile and submit lists of
Polish Jews who have been in-
terned in Soviet Russia either as
war prisoners or as undesirable
civilians, it was announced here
by Adolf Held, chairman of the
Committee.
Mr. Held disclosed that those
lists will be brought to London
by a Polish diplomatic courier
to facilitate the release of Polish
citizens under the provisions of
the Russo-Polish agreement. He
urged American Jews who have
relatives interned in Russia as
Polish citizens to forward the
names and addresses of these
relatives to the Committee.
The Agudas Israel office in
New York announced a similar
compilation of names of Polish
Jews interned in Russia. The
Agudah lists will be sent to the
Agudah office in London and
communicated to the Polish au-
thorities there.
JEWS IN L
HEAR CALL FROM
J
NEW NAZI LAWS
IN LITHUANIA
Bern, Switzerland (WNS)
Rushing to consolidate their po-
sition in newly-occupied terri-
tory, the Nazi authorities are
planning to introduce into Lithu-
ania the anti-Jewish laws in ef-
fect in the Polish Government-
General and have organized a
new civil administration in the
conquered portion of Galicia, it
was reported here this week.
Dr. Hans Frank, German Gov-
ernor-General for Poland, was
given authority over one of the
three administrative units created
in Lithuaniathe section includ-
ing Kaunas and Wilna, which
contains the bulk of Lithuania's
Jewsand over the occupied part
of Galicia. Dr. Frank, one of the
bitterest of Nazi anti-Semites, is
responsible for issuance of the
sweeping anti-Jewish decrees in
Poland, including the introduc-
tion of the ghettos, enforced la-
bor service and curfew for Jews.
The Germans are intending to
make Galicia a new reservoir for
Jews driven from various parts
of the continent under Nazi dom-
ination, it was indicated by re-
ports reaching here which told of
expulsion of Jews from Hungary.
MORE REFUGEES
TO ARRIVE HERE;
12,01 ENTERED
New York (WNS)Eight hun-
dred refugees, rescued from the
French Morocan port of Casa-
blanca and from Lisbon, arrived
here in the past week aboard two
Portuguese ships, adding to a
total of 11.863 Jewish' refugees
who reached the United States in
the first five months of 1941.
Some 400 refugees who were
marooned in French North Africa
by wartime transportation diffi-
culties were brought here by the
steamships Nyassa and Guinee.
which called at Casablanca by ar-
rangement with the Joint Distri-
bution Committee. The Nyassa
also brought 400 exiles who em-
barked at Lisbon.
The arrivals from Casablanca
were among 1.500 refugees in-
terned in Morocco for several
months. Some of them showed
the effects of enforced labor on
the trans-Sahara railway, being
built by the Vichy Government.
About 1,100 of the 1 500 remain
in French Morocco and the J. D.
C. is making efforts to arrange
transportation for them.
The Nyassa passengers had an
unusually brusque introduction
to New York when the ship's
smokestack got caught while the
vessel was passing up the East
River under the Brooklyn bridge,
creating conisderable excitement
for a few minutes.
London (WNS)A zero-hour
appeal from the Jewish commun-
ity of Kobe. Japan, for visas to
rescue the 451 Polish rabbis and
Yeshivoth students stranded
there before the Far Eastern
crisis boils over and makes emi-
gration from Japan impossible,
has been received by Jewish or-
ganizations here.
With Japanese relations with
Great Britain and the United
States rapidly reaching the dan-
ger point, the Kobe Jewish com-
munity warned that unless ar-
rangements are made immediat-
ely to rescue the trapped rabbis
and Yeshivoth students they will
be sent to concentration camps.
Japanese authorities have al-
ready notified the Polish Jewish
refugees that they will all be in-
terned unless they leave Japan
within a few days. All in all.
it was estimated, there are more
than 1,000 Polish Jewish refugees
in Japan.
The communication from Kobe
urged British Jewry to appeal to
the British Government to issue
emergency visas for the Polish
refugees to Canada- Australia.
Palestine and South Africa. The
names of the rabbis have been
submitted to the Polish consu-
late in Kobe in the hope of facili-
tating action.
Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart. sole
Jewish member of the Polish
Government-in exile, disclosed
that he has received a number
of appeals from all over the
world urging him to intercede
with the exiled Polish Govern-
ment in behalf of the stranded
rabbis. One of the communica-
tions came from the Federation
of Polish Rabbis in Palestine.
FREE" ITALIAN LEADERS
TO RESTORE JEWISH RIGHTS
London (WNS) Leaders of
the growing "Free" Italian move-
ment, composed of anti-Fascist
and .anti-Mussolini Italian ele-
ments here have issued a state-
ment pledging restoration of all
civil and political rights to Jews
in a post-war Italy. The state-
ment stressed that the Italian
people were not in sympathy
with the anti-Jewish laws,
which, the statement said, were
forced upon the Italian people
by Nazi Germany.
GEN. OE GAULLE
REVOKES LAWS
OF SYRIAN JEWS
New York (WNS)One of the
first acts of General de Gaulle
commander-in-chief of the Free
French forces, upon taking over
the administration of Syria and
Lebanon, French-mandated ter-
ritories, was to declare the anti-
Jewish laws imposed by the Vichy
Government officials null and
void, according to information
received here by the Free French
delegation.
The Nazi-controlled French
Government at Vichy had ex-
tended the anti-Jewish laws to
Syria and Lebanon but the cap-
ture of these French mandates
by the combined British and Free
French forces has resulted in
their revocation.
The announcement made pub-
lic by the Free French delegation
here stated: "A message from
General de Gaulle from Syria no-
tifies the Free French delegation
in the United States that the
anti-Semitic and racial laws pro-
mulgated by Vichy are consid-
ered null and void by the Free
French in Syria and Lebanon.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941
*Jenisti Flcrklian
PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^
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KOMMENTS is^?
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Listen and you will hear
Realize and you will cheer
For there's the story of
And there's the glory of
The men of the A. D. L.
They know how to work
Not the definition of shirk
Your cause and mine
Protecting is their line
Our men of the A. D. L.
To make trouble, get in the way
Make noise, care not what you say
Causes bumps in the road
Makes heavy their load
The men of the A. D. L.
Come forwardhelp steer
Not stand by and jeer
To cuss and to fuss is simple to do
Correct mistakesThat's their point of view
Our men of the A. D. L.
Cooperation is sorely lacking
They must have your backing
More volunteers are their plea
More help neededcan't you see
By the men of the A. D. L.
Neither bragging nor boasting
No lagging or coasting
Their deeds are not known
Their work not to be shown
As men of the A. D. L.
To change thoughts from wrong to right
Work together with all our might
True Americanismnot always easy to sell
From dawn to dark they must do the job well
The aim of the men of the A. D. L.
affair to be given here, un-
aware of what he had pur-
chasedpossibly it being the
Kishke-Kugle-Kreplach society
or the Miami University's
King's Kampus Kapers. both
known as K.K.K. How about
the peopleif you could call
them 'menshen' who bought
and gave moneywe have
their names knowing and
aware of what they were do-
ingWero they scared and
aren't they cutting their thoat
to save their nose.
There's the member of the
clergy whose wife is always
termed a liability instead of an
assetand who people say is
leading him on the road to ruin.
A case of not MISguidedbut
MRSguided.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
King saysthank youfor
your Komments on his Kom-
ments. They ranged from
c--ny (a word we do not even
like to put in print) to very
goodall in all they say the
King has possibilitiesif you
get what they mean. King
says send in your Komments
for his Komments.
King addresses you know-it-
alls with don't be too sure you
know KingTo you students, re-
member, there's such a thing as
reverse psychology in other
wordsleading or rather mis-
leading you to believe what you
want to
We even have know-it-alls
among us in Palm Beach who
will soon awaken to the fact
that our problem is not one
man's problem nor could one
man solve it. That enemy
within (although unaware of
the role he plays) is oftimes as
dangerous as the enemy with-
outand that their problems
are our problems and vice
versais another fact they
must realise.
The bell ringswe do it again.
We have the exclusivethe only
specimen of its kindthe Jewish
hotel owner whose hotel in the
40's on the beach with a French
name (probably approved by the
Vichy government) plasters "Gen-
tiles Only" signs all over the
place"Hott err 'Gott-lieb' or
does he love 'Mammon' more."
Jack Bell in his column wrote
about the Jewish man that
bought tickets to the K.K.K
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
ZgSyt
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savingi
and Loan Insurance Corporation
King suggests to the lady
who claims she is trying to do
so much for our people to stop
making a "nudnik' of herself
running helter-skelter all over
the place pouring out her tale
of woean incident occuring
in a Miami Beach hotel, which
if true or otherwise, doesn't
sound good. If satisfaction is
what she wants, there are oth-
er ways besides going to courts
and creating a 'Chilul-Hashem'
which, dear readers, involves
one of our figures in the public
eye on the beach.
The mushroom season is on for
Miamiof course we are nearing
the holidays. This year it is
somewhat streamlined with out-
side promoters entering the scene
They came via trailer with a
'rachmonos' pleahired a hall
and with tears in her eyesthe
female sideis rushing up and
down the avenue peddling tick-
ets for her 'shul'the sad part is
that she has obtained a few non-
entities who can't fit in any min-
yan to be sponsorsYe who buy
BEWARE. How many other
mushrooms from hotel base-
ments, dance halls, dining rooms
to cafeterias are to be converted
still remains to be seenIf you
have a relative in the clergy
rabbi, chazon, shammos, etc. and
he needs a job, start a minyan
for himand if he doesn't click
there, start another one.
Who among our Jewish lead-
ers is trying to "Win Friends
and Influence People" a la Dale
Carnegie via a course of in-
structionright here in our fair
city and will the speech-mak-
ing improve. "Gestures where
art thou?"
"Y" Pinic at Greynolds Park
Sunday, August 17
All is in readiness for the old
fashioned family picnic to be
held this coming Sunday- August
17, at Greynolds Park. Louis
Kraft, chairman of the entertain-
ment committee, and his associ-
ates. Nat Blumberg. Al Reisman.
Harry Schwartz and Frank Rose
have left no stone unturned to
make this one of the outstanding
affairs of its kind ever held in
this vicinity.
There will be various athletic
events such as races and other
novelty features. There will Dei
a "Moishe" calling contest for
women, and the "piece de resist-
ance" will be an A. K. soft-soft-
ball game between the Yussels
and the Mussels. The batteries
for these teams are being kept
secret by Frank Rose, who will
be the field judge.
In addtion there will be plenty
of soft drinks and ice cream.
Toys and balloons will be given
to the children. There is no ad-
mission charge. All we ask you
to do is to pack a basket of
lunch, brink your neighbor's chil-
dren and your children and meet
at the "Y" at 12 o'clock noon,
at which time a motorcade will
start for the picnic grounds.
Boat Ride Monday. August 2S
The newly organized division
of Junior girls are sponsoring a
boat ride, the proceeds of which
will go to the Y. This boat ride
will take place on Monday. Aug-
ust 25, on the beautiful Seven
Seas Yacht. Tickets are only 50c.
Make your reservations early as
the capacity of the boat is limit-
ed. Phyllis Schulman is chair-
man of the committee and is as-
sociated by Rita Grossman, tick-
et chairman, Velma Abrahams,
Edith Shier and Charlotte Leiter.
Give the girls a break and ar-
range a party.
Joint Meeting Y. M. and Y. W. H.
i. A. August 27
The first joint meeting of the
Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. under the
new administrations will be held
on Wednesday evening. August
27, at 8:30 o'clock. Weather per-
mitting, the affair will be held
outdoors. The feature of the pro-
gram will be a guc%t speaker and
musical entertainment. Full de-
tails will be given in these col-
umns next week.
Gymnasium
The building of the gymnas-
ium recently undertaken by Leo
Ackerman and his committee is
nearing a rapid completion. It
is really a thrill to behold tru-
st ructure. Great credit should
be given to the house committee
for the wonderful work accom-
plished. We hope that in a very
short, while this entire, structure
will be completed, at which time
regular classes in calisthenics will
be instituted.
New. Division of Boys to be
Formed
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y, is. taking, a. .cen-
sus of all Jewish boys between
the ages of 16 and 21 for. the.pur-
pose of organizing them into sev-
eral, grpups. Ail boys. between
thqse. ages are requested to see
Mr. Grossman. Interesting pro-
grams are being planned. It will
be to your interest to sec the ex-
ecutive director and register with
him as a member of this new
group.
Deuces Win Three Games From
Topnotchers
Sammy Tendrich, captain of
the Deuces, continues to hold
first place with an average ol
104.17, closely followed by Al
Berkowitz with 104.8. In last
weeks games the Deuces- won 3
games from Sam Seitlin's Top-
notchers, while the Aces took the
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FIRST OF 500 SEFER TORAHS
ARE LOANED ARMY CHAPELS
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4 5
NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Resources Over $6,100,000
J. M. LIFTON. President
Washington (WNS)The first
of more than 500 Sefer Torahs to
be borrowed from local syna-
gogues throughout the country
for the use of army chapels has
been presented by B'nai B'rith
to the army cantonment in Arl-
ington, Va., it was announced
this week.
The scroll was loaned by Wash-
ington's Adath Israel Synagogue.
In a ceremony at the Arlington
Cantonment, it was presented by
Joseph Wilner, president, and
Abe Shefferman, secretary, of the
(synagogue, both past presidents
of B'nai B'rith's District No >5,
.to Maurice Bisgyer, secretary of
B'ifai ffrithifwho then formally
pnjschtecl itjijp Chaplain Aryeh
Lev, assistant to the army chief
of chaplains.
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In Our House! You guessed it
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NAZIS IN SERBIA OFFER $1
ON DEAD. ALIVE SABOTEURS
Ankara (WNS)The Nazi dis-
regard for human life, particular-
ly the lives of Jews, was demon-
strated by an offer made by Nazi
occupying auhtorities in Serbia of
the equivalent of $1 for the cap-
ture dead or alive of every "Jew-
ish saboteur," it was reported
here. The offer was reportde
to be encouraging pro-Nazi ele-
ments in the population to mur-
der Jews and then claim the $1
reward.

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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE
MIAMI FLORIDA
P. O BOX 2973
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
FRED K. SHOCHET
Managing Editor
Mtt** S*cnd CU* Matter July A. 1M0 t th* Pot
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MIAMI FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 33
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-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
KLANSISTENCY IS NO JEWEL
We quote from a resolution adopted at the recent Klanvo-
kation of the Ku Klux Klan: "Be it further resolved that for the
purpose of carrying out the program presented by the Imperial
Wizard to drive subversive forces out of this country and make
paramount the ideals of Americanism as laid down in the con-
stitution of the United States, we pledge the Klanspeople of
America to raise one million dollars to promote Americanism
by means of sound trucks, newspapers, etc."
We quote aaain from a K.K.K. document: "Ku Klux
Klan rides again. Pro-Protestant-Christian, white militant or-
ganizationbelieves we should keep America Protestant Put
none but Americans on guard." The Han statement that none
but American born people can be members renders inescapable
the interpretation of "Americans" to be native-born Americans.
We quote yet againthis time from the Constitution of the
United States"No person shall be a representative (in Con-
gress) who shall not have been seven years a citizen of the
United States," (In the Senate, nine years). This is plainly an
indication that the founders intended that naturalized foreign-
born citizens should be eligible to both branches of Congress,
after a sufficient term of apprenticeshipa wise provision, for
many of the most valuable members of Congress throughout
our history have been foreign-born and. incidentally, members
of the various religious denominations.
We quote still again, this time from the first amendment to
the Constitution"Congress shall make no law respecting
an establishment of religion, or prohibit the free exercise there-
ot This clause has always been accepted by all courts in
the land and the vast majority of Americans to mean that no
distinctions based on religion shall be made in lespect to the
privilege* of citizenship.
Plainly, the K.K.K. would place all non-Caucasians and non-
Prctestants in citizenship of the second class. This is as obnox-
.ous to the great majority ot white Protestants as it is to their
fellow citizens of other faiths and hues.
The K.K.K preaches Americanism. Its platform desecrates
every ideal and principle of Americanism.
Its one achievement in the domain of consistency is to en-
-..-.re its presiding officer Wizard."
The above editorial reprinted from the B'nai B'rith Messenger
s timely when we review events of the past few weeks in our
community. Thai the K X.K. is planning revivification is evi-
Zippers in camp in two of three
games and the Quints, led by Al
Reisman. won two of three games
from Hal Levinson's Sentinels.
News 'Round Town
Thanks to Oscar Argintar and
Jce Kirshenbaum for their do-
nation of a radio to the Y. M. H.
A
Frank Rose, manager of the Y
diamondball team, had his boys
inspired the other night when
they defeated the strong Y. M.
C. A. team 8 to 5 for their first
loss of the season.
With world events as they are.
the McAllister Volunteers is pre-
pared to accept a large enroll-
ment every Monday and Wednes-
day at 8 p. m. at N. W. 12th and
8th Avenue Field. Are you a
member of the McAllisters? Join
now.
Y. W. H. A
At a meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Y. W. H. A. held
on Wednesday evening. Mrs. My-
ron Miller was appointed Chair-
man of the Card and Mah Jongg
Party to be held at the T" Club-
rooms on Sunday evening. Aug-
ust 24. at 8 o'clock. Admission
is only 25c. Mrs. Miller is as-
sisted by Mrs. Minnie Lavine
Mrs. S. B Miller and Mrs Ben
Marbach.
Mrs. Pearl Reisman was ap-
pointed Chairman of the Boat
Ride Committee to assist the Ju-
nior Girls with the Boat Ride to
be held on Monday evening Aug-
ust 25th.
Mrs. S. B. Miller. Chairman of
the Red Cross Knitting Commit-
tee, announces that she has
plenty of yam for any woman
who desires to knit sweaters and
cocks. Please contact Mrs Mil-
ler at the T
Red Cross sewing. :n coopera-
tion with the Beth David Sister-
hood, takes place every" Tuesday
and Thursday from 10 to 4. Any-
one wishing to take pan. report
to the Beth David Synagogue at
the above mentioned time.
THE ZIONIST FRONT
All is still quiet on the Eastern and Western fronts of the
Zionist Organization of America With the convention only a
few weeks away, no candidate has as yet emerged to dispute
the presidency with Edmund Kaufman ... As a matter of fact,
when the possibility of nomination for the presidency was of-
fered to one prominent rabbi, he shook his head and retorted:
"If I win I lose" What he probably was referring to is the
mounting deficit of the ZOA ... This reminds us that Rabbi Sam-
uel has definitely quit as director of education for the ZOA .
Considering the limited budget he had to work with. Blumen-
feld did a swell job The Young Judaean Magazine, organ
of the Zionist youth movement, bids fair to have an interesting
year under the co-editorship of Rabbi Michael Alper and Dr.
Aharon Kessler.
THIS AND THAT
An interesting survey of the anti-Semitic inclination among
the hired help in the non-kosher Eastern summer resorts, even
in such hotels as do not insist on an exclusively "Christian"
clientele, has been made by Gene de Paris, reporter for PM.
New York's afternoon tabloid After reading his piece on one
mountain inn we feel that the borsht palaces are the only places
for us. even though we don't like borsht One of the results
of the European situation has been a sharp curtailment of the
harmonica supply in this country And am a result of that
situation is the serious effort Leary Adler. our harmonica long,
is making to invent a more durable mouth organ, so that his
stock-in-trade won't have to be replenished so often Movie
director Charles Ruggles claims he has produced a new breed
of dog. which has dubbed a "Hitler-terrier" ... He describes
it as a cross between a dachshund and a weasel ... In Holly
wood, we further hear, they don't say "Hitler and Mussolini" any
more Instead, they speak of "those two heels who aren't
Goerinq to click."
LONG STRIKE IT
THE JEWISH DAY
IS NEB END
aer.reti bv st.
plastered or. windows membership b'.anxs
distributed the chiseling ol lundi '-" Wg pressure sale c:
tickets nr.d the solicitation c: eds ior c program book. Their
ex ruse as above mentioned is the furthering ot Americcnism.
At z meeting held in Los Angeles a few weeks ego James
Harvev Klan orgenizer and who said he had fast returned from |
c:zz-:zir.z F.cr.zz further evidence of activity here said: 'Ob:
the surface the U. S. O. is good but who is running it? The Jews
and the Catholicsand between the two of them they are
fighting for control. Right now e Jews have a stranglehold
on the Catholics in this countryThe Catholics are backing
the Axis and the Jews ere becking England. Soviet Russia and
the U. S. We don I want any part of it"
Worth mentioning also were the handbills distributed at the
Kcmvakation last year in Atlanta. Georgia on which were
crimed "There is no room in Georgia or America for Catholics.
Coordination between K K. K. and the German-American
Bund is no secret
!i the furtherance of Amer.camsm is to incite class hatredto
allow any one group to determine that Catholics have no place
in this countrythat the Jewish people must be eliminated, then
consider the Klan doing a good job.
But is that Americanism?
How ridiculous. But what is still more ridiculous and more
perplexing is the assdninity of our own people furnishing the
wherewithal to continue titis type of self-destruction and we
have the proofDoesn't it sound foolish to find people aiding
and frthsj the3" own downfall. Excuses that there's nothing
; | zz-- hold water wit- the foregoing statements.
When will we ever realise what is going on and what we
must do? When wfl! we ever realize that a definite stand must
be taken and adhered toregardless of any personal incoo-
unJounoed fears?
N V r* WNS Th --
-- k N York
tpaper Guild against The
- Daily, which assumed
pro) rtkma msj r issue in|
life was reliably report-
> week to be near settle-
ment.
Ad:.zr. K,:- rresid: r.t ; t tr.e
Jewish D~. ; Forward Associa-
tion ana of the Jewish Labor
ittee was taking a leading
! part in seeking to reconcile the
[differences between the Guild
:and the Peretz Venein which
were a prone factor m the com-
! plicated strike situation. The Pe-
: re'-z Verein. whuh has a major-
ity .- the Day editorial depart-
ment had expelled ten members
1 lined the Guild and these
j ten. plus two others, subsequent-
.iy :.': issehecsm end psy
. cuts *h:ch resulted in the strike.
The formula for settlement
I which was under ciscussicr. it
was learned, provided: <1> The
ten who joined the Guild would
leave that union on condition
.-.> vonM ba nMr.tatc-d it. the
Peretz Verein and in their jobs,
with the exception of B Z Gold-
berg, whose case would be sub-
mitted to arbitration because of
special charges lodged agamn
him by the Day management; (2)
Any pay cuts imposed by the
management would be distribut-
ed among all members of the
staff without discrimination.
t .
r<
LISTEN HERE
Morris C. Troper. chairman of the European Executive Coun-
cil of the Joint I)istribution Commitee, writes us that there will be
only 1500 refugees left in Portugal after the embarkation of 2.000
who are scheduled to leave Lisbon by the end of this month .
The outstanding achievement of the JDC. however, is its suc-
cess, since the collapse of France, in bringing together more
than 40.000 men women and children from Europe with their
families in the United States and elsewhere Soon to be
formed is a Jewish Army Committee ... Its plans Include, as its
first item of practical action, the training of five hundred Jewish
fliers and the establishment of an officers' training academy.
LITERARY NOTE
Just published is the fourth volume of the Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia, of which Rabbi Isaac Landman is the editor and
Louis Rittenberg the executive and literary editor Dedicated
to the memory of Isaac Leeser. pioneer American Jewish pub-
lisher of the middle nineteenth century, this volume opens with
Dr. Simon Cohen's article on Eduyothwhich, as you may re-
member, is the seventh tractate of the fourth division of the Mi-
shnah. Nezikinand closes with the late Rabbi Max Diene-
mann's dissertation on Gnosticism Among the distinguished
contributors to Volume Four is Assistant Secretary of State
Adolf A. Berle. Jr.. who authored the article on Supreme Court
Justice Felix Frankfurter .Like its predecessors, this volume of
the Encyclopedia is chock-full of little-known but fascinating
facts some of which we shall relay to you from time to time.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
There will be a number of important Jewish candidates in the
New York municipal election campaign this fall Edgar J.
Nathan is the Republicans' choice for the Manhattan borough
presider.cv The Democrats have nominated Dr. Nathan
Ratnoff for the same post And Stanley Isaacs, the present
incumbent, is going to run independently The Democrats, as
you man recall have also put M. Baldwin Fertig for the pres-
idency of the City Council Yet with all this there will be a
considerable underground anti-Semitic whispering campaign.
The Christian Fronters are going to fight Mayor La Guardia and
all the Jewish candidates with all the viciousness at their com-
mand And if La Guardia's opponent District Attorney
CDwyer. doesn't unequivocally disown that support he's go
ing to be snowed under.
STAGE AND SCREEN
A bronze bust ot the late Irving Thalberg. who was one of
Hollywood's greatest directors and producers, will soon stand in
the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ... It is the
; work of a New York sculptor. Angelo Salemi. and has been ap-
i proved by Norma Shearer, who is Thalberg's widow "e
wonder whether young Carl Laemmle will now really go
' through with his plan to fil Dalton Trumbe's novel "Johnny
! Got His Gun."' with the strongest anti-war book ever published
:A new Ferenc Molnar play being readied for Broadway by
j Oscar Serlin will feature Sam (Gunga Din) Jaffehis first role
[since the death oi his songstress wife Lillian Taix, last *rin,e*
Does show business have better financial prospects that WaL
Street? Georgie Price, who years ago used his earnings
from the vaudeville stage to buy a seat on the Stock Exchange
is now making a stage comeback in order to have enough
i dough to pay the overhead on his sumptuous Wall Street offices
It was really unnecessary for any smart-alecky columnist in the
English-Jewish press to attack Edward G. Robinson for donating
S10C.000 to the USO Scheduled for an important role in the
new Powsfl-Loy "Thin Man" film is Stella Adler. of the famous
Jewish theatrical family.
)
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941
KlenistflorkiicMi
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEL.LNER, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK, Caator
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 3. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrli_________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon__________8:00 a. m.
Mincha_________________5:30 p.m.
Maarir---------------------------6:00 p. m
Friday_________8:15 and 8:30 p.m.
Sabbath Service..............8:30 a. m.
Cantor Malek and the choir will
lead the Rosh Chodesh Elul ser-
vices to be'observed in the syna-
gogue Saturday. Abraham Block
will be host at kiddush following
the services.
Hebrew Classes
Our Talmud Torah classes are
increasing in enrollment and
gratifying results are being shown
by the children under the new
curriculum instituted by our
teacher, Cantor Joseph Malek
and under the able chairmanship
of the Talmud Torah, Mrs. Chas.
Tanenbaum. Classes continue
from 9 to 12 a. m. Enthused
over the progress being made in
the Talmud Torah our whole-
hearted and long time members,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block last
Saturday morning after services
surprised all the children with
the serving of fine refreshments
in the synagogue. They volun-
teered also to do likewise at all
Sabboth services in the future
for which we are most grateful
to them.
Get Together Meeting
Mrs. Chas. Tanenbaum, chair-
man of the Talmud Torah com-
mittee of the Ladies Auxiliary
has invited all parents of children
enrolled in our Talmud Torah to
attend a get together meeting,
the first in a series to be given
at the new synagogue, on Tues-
day, August 19th at 2 p. m. All
other members and friends of the
Ladies Auxiliary interested in our
Talmud Torah are also cordially
invited.
Boat Ride
Judging from the number of
reservations already made for
our approaching boat ride next
Wednesday evening, August 20th
at 9 p. m. on the Yacht Biscayne,
this affair promises to be a very
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1J7 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Imlian Creek Brlve6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAM A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Bench
Phone 6-1738
Congregational
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael Friday evenings at 8:15 p.
m. with Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man officating.
Friday evening services are
held at the Temple throughout
the summer, with congregational
participation and singing.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services Friday evening
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Martha Tu-
nick, wife of Samuel Tunick.
Yahrzeits: Louis Bernstein,
brother of Jack Bernstein; Her-
man Utitz, father of Mrs. Dave
Eichengreen; Ralph Neufeld, hus-
band of Mrs. Blanche Neufeld;
Alexander Mendelson, husband of
Mrs. Ray Mendelson, father of G.
Louis Mendelson, Mrs. Mitchell
Kuperberg and Mrs. Max Holts-
berg.
STRICTLY
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by PHINEAS J. BIRON
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successful one. The boat will
leave from City Basin Pier 7.
There will be music for dancing
and refreshments will be avail-
able. Mrs. Sam and Mrs. Chas
Tanenbaum are co-chairmen of
this event. All proceeds will
benefit the Talmud Torah fund of
the organization.
Condolences
We mourn the loss of the late
Mrs. Dora Rosengarten, past vice
president of our Ladies Auxiliary
and one of its early organizers
and extend our deepest sympathy
to the bereaved husband, family
and friends. Her memory will be
hallowed by our organization.
ABOUT PEOPLE
The Jewish Morning Journal's
Jaob Fishman narrowly escaped
having his throat slit on his re-
cent vacation Venturing into
a New England village barber-
shop, he found himself in the
palsied hands of an ancient bar-
ber who hadn't wielded a cutting
tool since Lincoln ran for pres-
ident Viewing the scars of
the encounter, the gallant col-
umnist was heard to remark that
now he was ready to be sent to
the war zone for his paper .
Congratulations to A. Himmel-
reich of Tel Aviv, Palestine,
whose camera study of a Chal-
utza executing a high jump won
first prize in the August issue of
the American Popular Photog-
raphy magazine ... If you're
keeping a list of prospective
grandfathers, add the name of
Chicago's Harry Grabiner of base-
ball fame, whose daughter, Mrs.
Fred Friedlob, is now preparing
a layette Perhaps you know
Mrs. Friedlob better under her
screen name, June Travis .
When Baron Eugene de Roths-
child arrived here last winter he
carried a millon dollars' worth
of diamonds n a paper bag .
But our prize for ingenuity goes
to Mrs. Barbara Podawisz, a refu-
gee from Poland who saved her
1 diamonds (not a million dollars'
worth by any means, though) by
overing them with cloth and us-
ing them as buttons for her
dress.
eat and drink
AT
JENKINS' LITTLE INN
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St
NAZIS IN YUGOSLAVIA HOLD
JEWISH RABBIS AS HOSTAGE
Geneva (WNS)Nazi-occupy-
ing authorities in Yugoslavia
have arrested large numbers of
rabbis and prominent Jewish
leaders and are holding them as
"hostages" to prevent "Jewish sa-
botage," it was reported here.
The seized Jews nave been sent
to prison, the Nazis announced,
and will be executed in the event
of "acts of Jewish sabotage.''
Reports reaching here from
Serbia indicate that widespread
revolts and guerilla warfare are
sweeping the country. In a num-
ber of cases the guerillas were
reported to have ousted the Nazi
and Italian troops from villages
in the interior of Central Serbia
and Southern Macedonia.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phono 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
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.
Mrs. Louis Margulies Reporting for Beth
David Conaregatton and Sisterhood
Rabbi Max Shapiro and family
have returned from a six week's
visit North. The Rabbi will of-
ficiate at the servces Saturday
morning at 8:30 o'clock.
Bar Mitavah
During the services Saturday
morning, Robert, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Bretbart, will be-
come bar mitzvah. He will re-
cite the maftir, and extend greet-
ings to the worshipers. A recep-
tion will follow in the auditorium
immediately after the benedic-
tion.
High Holy Days Preparations
As the New Year will begin
Sunday evening, September 21, at
sundown, Sidney H. Palmer, pres-
ident of the Congregation, has
appointed Albert Quadow chair-
man to be in complete charge of
the selling of tickets. We wish
to advise our many members and
friends who desire seats to please
make their reservations with as
little delay as possible. Phone the
office, 2-1473. Full details will
be given in a later issue.
NUMBER OF JEWISH MEDICOS
IN FRANCE LIMITED TO 2%
Vichy (WNS)The Nazi-con-
trolled Vichy Government will
shortly issue a decree limiting
the number of Jewish doctors
who will be allowed to practice
in unoccupied France to two per-
cent of the entire medical pro-
fession, it was disclosed here. A
similar regulation has already
been applied to Jewish lawyers.
Within this small group, prior-
ity will be given to Jewish doc-
tors with good war recrds and to
the families of Jews killed in
action while fighting for France.
MOSES MESCHBLOFF. Rabbi
711 I.mix Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCIIES, Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 8. W. 21t Terrace
Synagogue Services
Shachriss, daily at 8 a. m.;
Saturday at 8:30 a. m.; Junior
Congregation Saturday at 9:00 a.
m.
Mincha, daily at 6:30 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 7:20 p. m.;
Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on "The Portion of the
Week."
Hebrew School
Regular classes are held each
morning between the hours of 9
and 12. "Sabbath" is the relig-
ious theme for this month in all
classes. Registraton of new chil-
dren takes place at the office each
week day morning.
Synagogue Choir
Our synagogue choir is prepar-
ing for the High Holy Day sev-
vices. Attorney A. L. Mechlo-
witz is the choir leader. Cantor
Mamches is assisting in the ar-
rangements. We feel that we
shall have the best choir ever,
this year.
Holy Day Arrangements
At the board of directors meet-
ing held last week our Holy Day
seating arrangements committee
was appointed. It consists of A.
D. Goldstein, I. D. Spivak- A. L.
Mechlowitz, L. Robinson, and H.
Wasserman. Seats will be avail-
able in two weeks time.
On Vacation
Max Feit, our sexton, has left
for a two week vacation to New
York, during which time he will
attend the unveiling of a monu-
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1941
,000 JEWS
ARE EVAGUTEO
PROM WAR ZONES
It was little anticipated by the
proponents of the constitutional
amendment providing for a second
vice president that actually the
time would arise wherein the sec-
ond vice president would actually
have to preside at the meeting.
However that is what took place
Tuesday night. Both Pres. Aron-
ovitz and 1st vice president Roth
are out of the city and the duty
of presiding was taken over by
your correspondent.
ladies. The convention will end
at 2 p. m. on Monday, Sept. 1st
permitting everyone time to get
back and get a good night's sleep
in their own homes.
The attention of the body was
called by Bro. Marty Milstein,
athletic chairman, to the regular
softball practices and games held
every Sunday morning at 9 a.
m. at Flamingo Park. Emil
Gould is captain and manager
sss'sres ks i sag assess.*:
stepped in so that we had a now out and see for jourstK.
Tinkers to Evers to Chance com-! It was quite disappointing to
hination. The entire discussion | express the situat.on mildly tor
.entered around the State Bnai Bro. Ike Levin- chairman of the
B'rith convention Labor Day blood bank project, to receive only
week-end in Daytona. Appar-
ently the convention is a repeti-
tion of Hollywood Hotel conven-
tion sponsored last year by Mi-
ami. I say that because the
state president is Elry Stone, the
convention chairman is Al Pal-
lot, one of the guest speakers will
be Ike Levin. In order to make
the picture complete 100 Miami-
ans should attend the conven-
a handfull, not more than a dozen
anyway, of return cards from the
brethren signifying their desire
to donate some blood. As Bro.
Dr. Kushner put it everyone who
is typed is given a blood count
which is worth five dollars. Ac-
tually therefore you are get-
ting a bargain. The giving of
blood is actually healthy so the
brothers need not fear as to the
tion A large attendance from I results. There are no after ef-
Miami is necessary for many rea- J fects. The Lodge is receiving
to Bro. I criticism because of the failure of
second, its members to cooperate in this
sons. First, we owe it
Elry to back him up.
Miamians are prominent in con-
vention program, third, Miami
has been the backbone of the
State Federation since its incep-
tion and if we let down the
whole state and all our projects
will suffer.
Bro. Abbott, who is in charge
of arrangements for Sholcm
Lodge, states that special party
rates can be secured on the F. E.
C. if 35 or more go up together.
There is some talk also of forming
a motorcade if the majority de-
cide to drive up. Those inter-
ested in attending should get in
touch with Jack or the Bnai
B'rith office. Registration fees
at the convention will be six
dollars for delegates and seven
dollars for visitors. The fee in-
cludes one night's lodging at
the Osceola Hotel, the conven-
tion site, and live meals in-
cluding the banquet and dance.
Incidentally a trip to Marine- |
humanitarian endeavor. This
is our civic project for the year
and we must put it over. Send a
card immediately to Bro. Levin
or the B'nai B'rith office offer-
ing your services. You may be
the means of saving a life. In-
cidentally I am told that the Aux.
plans to run an affair soon to
raise funds with which to pur-
chase necessary equipment for
the blood bank.
Believe it or not our treasury
has hit a new low. As a matter
of fact we are actually in the
red. Unless the brothers send in
their dues immediately we shall
have to discontinue some of our
activities. This is a crucial mo-
ment in the life of the Lodge.
Send your check todaydo not
delaydelay might be fatal.
Time does not permit me to
write any further and so I shall
have to leave until next week tin
Ankara (WNS)More than 1,-
000.000 Jews have been evacuat-
ed into the Russian interior with
the aid of Soviet authorities from
the three major-Russo-German
war fronts, it was reported in
Russian quarters here.
The Jews, streaming into Rus-
sia, were evacuated from Soviet-
held Poland, Lithuania- Latvia,
Estonia. Bessarabia, northern Bu
kovina and from Russian cities in
the path of the invading Nazi ar-
my. In line with the Soviet
scorched earth" policy, the
Jews took whatever possessions
they could carry and burned the
remainder, including their homes.
Russian sources here stated
that the Soviet officials advised
Jews to leave their villages and
move into the interior as soon as
it became evident that the Nazis
were approaching and that the
Soviet forces would not be able
to defend the villages from the
invaders.
These quarters admitted, how-
ever, that no advance arrange-
ments had been made to house
the refugees upon their arrival in
the interior. Many cities in the
interior are crowded with refu-
gees and a severe housing short-
age has been created.
Most of the younger Jewish
refugees volunteered for services
with the Red Army, while thou-
sands of others went into muni-
tions factories. The older ref-
ugees have created a problem,
it was said, since they are unable
to work and many of the villages
have no organized relief system.
Hope was expressed that Ameri-
can Jewish organizations would
send food and medical supplies
lo Russia to alleviate the situa-
tion.
present controversy reached its
Dr! Tenenbaum deplored the
fact that despite three weeks of
picketing by the Joint Boycott
Council, "the Agudas Israel of
America still continues in the
sorry role of being the only or-
ganization breaking the British
blockade and Jewish solidartiy.
"If it be necessary to start a
large-scale project to teed the
Jewish population in Poland," Dr.
Tenenbaum suggested, "the large
Jewish organizations in this coun-
try should take up the matter
with the proper authorities. In
no case should it be left in the
hands of such groups as the Agu-
das Israel, acting in a haphazard,
irresponsible and unsupervised
way."
"Specifically." Dr. Tenenbaum
said, "we propose that the four
leading Jewish organizations
including the Joint Distribution
Committee, should consult to-
gether on the advisibility of such
measures, and if agreed, should
send a delegation to Washington
to negotiate with the State De-
partment and with the British
authorities as well as the Red
Cross, so that a more lawful me-
thod may be found to feed the
unfortunate victims of Nazi ter-
rorism, under the surveillance of
Red Cross authorities. No single
organization has the right to ar-
rogate to itself the authority to
act on its own in a matter as
grave and dangerous as this. Un-
der no circumstances will the
Joint Distribution Committee
permit single organizations to
subsidize the Hitler regime under
the guise of helping the Jewish
organization, whether through
ignorance or lack oi conscience."
UNION OE RABB1ES
LENDS SUPPORT
Blowing the Shofar is now for-
bidden on Saturday, but in the
days of the Temple, the Shofar
was always sounded on Rosh i
Hashona, even if the holiday oc- j
curred on the Sabbath.
DE HIHSGH MEYER
CALLS MEETING
OF COMMITTEE
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
dent of the southeastern region
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds has
called a meeting of the Executive
Committee for September 14th
to be held at the Read House,
Chattanooga, Tenn.
As the administrative body ot
the Region, the Executive Com-
mittee will review regional de-
velopments and outline plans
for the coming year. There will
be reports by the Committees on
Regional Finance, Study of Bud-
geting Problems and Procedures,
and Regional Planning. Decision
will be made as to the time,
place and program of the 1942
regional conference.
"The Fall meeting of the Ex-
ecutive Committee." comments
Mr. Meyer "will be an unusually
important one. Changing wel-
fare needs in relation to the na-
tional defense program present
new problems in connection with
fund raising, social services- em-
ployment, health, recreation and
other phases of community or-
ganization. Southern commu-
nities are even now feeling the
impact of some of these changes
and the Executive Committee.
as a representative body of com-
munity leaders, will discuss the
new developments as a- prelude
to future planning."
Rosh Hashona, which this year
begins on Monday, September
22nd, can never have its first
day fall on Sunday. Wednesday
or Friday.
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report on the very successful pic-
nic and the program put on at
the meeting by the Miami A. Z.
A. chapter. Ordinarily the picnic
might be considered old news a
; week or so after it happens but
comparatively few of our 1.100
members (?) were present.
Until then, trusting you are
all in good health and in the best
of spirits, I remain, your faith-
ful correspondent.
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New York (WNS)The Union
of Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada has protested
to the Joint Boycott Council be-
cause pickets were stationed in
front of the headquarters here of
the Agudas Israel, which contin-
ues to act as a central clearing
house for the shipment of pri-
vate food packages to Nazi-oc-
cupied countries.
In its statement, the Union de-
clared that it "seems no crime in
the work of saving Jewish lives
from hunger." The statement
said that the picketing was con-
ducted with the intention "of
weakening the relief activities
for our Jewish brethren who are
dying of starvation." The Union
expressed regret that the Joint
Boycott Council had rejected ar-
bitration of the issue before
sending out pickets.
' ''
Council Urge* Mteting to Study
Relief Problem
New York (WNS) Denying
charges made by the Agudas Is-
rael of America that the Joint
Boycott Council had rejected
consultation and arbitration on
the question of sending food
packages to Nazi-controlled coun-
tries. Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum,
chairman of the Council, de-
clared that "conferences and ne-
gotiations have been tried and
failed through the uncompromis-
ing attitude adopted by Agudas."
At the same time. Dr. Tenen-
baum made public a statement
from British officials which said
that "the Agudas was fully in-
formed of the attitude of the Brit-
ish Government long before the
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PAGE SEVEN
U.S. JEWS ASK
DEFINITE STAND
ON PALESTINE
London (W N S) American
Jews are willing to "bear the
brunt of the burden in allev-
iating the misery of countless
European Jews" but believe that
Great Britain should take a defi-
nite stand with regard to the
establishment of a Jewish na-
tional home in Palestine, Dr.
Chaim Weizmann. president of
the World Zionist Organization,
declared in an interview with the
Manchester Guardian.
The veteran Zionist leader,
who returned here recently after
a four-month visit to the United
States, emphasizes that Zionist
circles have not demanded a
positive statement during the past
two years because of reluctance
to embarrass the British Govern-
ment during the grave war crisis.
Now, however, with the war
situation considerably improved,
Dr. Weizmann said, it has become
of the utmost importance that
American Jews be told where
"their unfortunate brethren can
go." The Zionist leader reported
that high officials in Washing-
ton share the views of Jewish
leaders on the Palestine question.
Dr. Weizmann pointed out that
American Jewry had at no time
wavered in its unstinting support
of the British cause. 'The alleg-
iance of American Jews to our
cause," he stressed, "has not been
affected by what appears to them
to be a reluctance on the part
of the British government to
tackle the Palestine question
fairly and squarely."
Earlier this week. Dr. Weiz-
mann declared at a press confer-
ence that at least 25,000 young
American Jews would respond
immediately to a call for enlist-
ment in a Jewish army. He
stressed that the formation of a
Jewish military force would meet
with enthusiastic response in the
United States.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
Dr. Weizmann told the as-
sembled newspaper men that he
had noted a gradual but steady
change in the attitude of Ameri-
can non-Zionists towards Pales-
tine. He said that previous
schemes given support in Amer-
ica the colonization of Jews in
Alaska, the Dominican Republic
and in Alaska, became obviously
hopeless when the need for large-
scale Jewish emigration from
Nazi-controlled Europe became
acute.
Dr. Weizmann said that these
projects proved to American
Jews that Palestine remained the
only solution to the critical Jew-
ish problem in Europe today. He
said that American Jews are
aware that if Palestine is to solve
the problem of Jewish immigra-
tion, a Jewish State must be cre-
ated since settlement of Jews
on the necessary scale can no
longer be conducted by volun-
tary organizations. Funds for the
vast immigration program can be
raised only by a Jewish State
with the power to impose taxa-
tion and the ability to obtain
large loans, he said.
HKE UP
nmERICH!
By WES K. FREIHERD
An Expose of Un-Ameri-
can Activities in the United
States.
RABBI SCHORR
REPORTED FREED
or
London (WNS) Chief Rabbi
Moses Schorr of Poland and a
number of other Polish Jewish
leaders, arrested in 1939 when
Soviet Russia occupied Poland,
have been released by the Soviet
authorities under the terms of
the recent Russo-Polish agree-
ment, it was reported here by
the London Jewish Chronicle.
The Russo-Polish agreement
provides for the release from So-
viet internment of all Polish citi-
zens arrested because of politi-
cal or other convictions. This
clause was expected to result
in the release of thousands of
Polish Jews, including a large
number of Zionist leaders.
The report of Prof. Schorr's
release was characterized as "pre-
mature" in Polish quarters here.
Stanislaw Kot- the exiled Polish
Government's Minister of Inter-
ior, who is negotiating with So-
viet authorities on the release of
Polish citizens, said that ho had
received no confirmation of the
report.
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Failure of Naxi Plot for Ulcranian
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We are reliably informed by a
contact in the Ukranian-Ameri-
can community of the complete
collapse of a Nazi plot for wide-
spread Fifth Column activity in
the Ukraine.
As previously reported, Ukran-
ian fascists have made their head-
quarters in Berlin and worked
closely with Adolf Hitler. Der
Fuehrer promised to put them in
power when he seized their
homeland. In exchange, they
agreed to supervise pro-Nazi
Fifth Column activity not only
in the Soviet Union but also
throughout Europe and wherever
Ukranians have settled in other
parts of the world. The two
Nazi-Ukranian organizations in
charge of this work have been the
Hetman and the OUN (Organi-
zation of Ukranian Nazis.)
Fifth Column Nucleus
Several Months before the in-
vasion of the Soviet Union, Het-
man and OUN "Secret Suppor-
ters" would lead a "nationalist"
revolt against the Soviets as soon
as Hitler's legions began march-
ing into the Ukraine. Many of
the so-called "Secret Supporters"
were prominent citizens in Uk-
ranian cities and towns; some
were officers in the Soviet Army.
Plot Fizsles
When the attack on the Soviet
Union started, the promised "na-
tionalist revolt" failed to mater-
ialize. No word was heard of any
Fifth Column activity on the part
of the "Secret Supporters" of
the Hetman and the OUN. On
the contrary: The Ukranians
everywhere were putting up an
extremely stubborn resistance to
the Germans. The Nazis, who
had been counting on the up-
rising or at least on widespread
anti-Soviet sabotage, were fur-
ious.
Our informant tells us that
Hetman and OUN agents, desir-
ous of proving their value to the
Third Reich and of getting higher
pay, had drawn up a spurious list
of "Secret Supporters." Many
of the names of the six hundred
psuedo-Fifth Columnists had
been acquired by the simple ex-
pedient of haphazardly select-
ing them from Soviet newspapers
The Soviet Government is said
to have learned of the list be-
fore the invasion but, naturally
enough, to have done nothing
to disillusion the Nazis.
Wheeler Hailed by Fascist Con
trolled Axis papers
Senator Burton K. Wheeler is
the current hero of the Fascist-
controlled Italian press, a dis-
patch from Rome shows. The
newspaper Piccolo editorially de-
clares that. "The Senator from
Montana continues to denounce
the iniquities of the warmong-
ers." The editorial continued by
asserting that "Wheeler acts
with intrepid honesty."
While his popularity grows in
the dictator countries, Wheeler's
support among his own constitu-
ents becomes steadily smaller.
To find out how the voters
feel; about. JWheeler and his op-
position to almost everything
Roosevelt suggests and to practi-
cally every move for defense the
Administration has made, a poll
is being taken by the Great Falls
News in Montana.
The poll, which started June
6th, shows that up to the pres-
ent time sentiment is 4 to 1
against Wheeler. More significant
is fact that most of the votes
against Wheeler came from those
who voted for him in the last
senatorial election.
The poll is not yet State-wide,
although ballots have come in
from every county in the State.
Sixty per cent of the votes that
have come in were from Cascade
county, second largest in the
State.
FEAR POGROMS
IF U. S. LOSER
SAYS LI
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
Junior Hadassah news this
week centers around three im-
portant events. First, our pic-
nic, which will start with a
motor cavalcade proceeding from
the parking lot of Sears-Roe-
buck, 13th street and Biscayne
boulevard to Greynold's Park
on Sunday morning, August 17th
at 10 a. m. where Junior Hada-
ssah will play hostess to its
members and friends at an all-
day outing. Miss Rose Puchkoff
and Miss Ruth Aronson, co-
chairmen are planning a full day
of entertainment including games
contests and prizes. Sports such
as rowing, swimming, horseback
riding, etc.. will also make up
the day's entertainment. All we
ask you to do is to pack a
lunch and to be at the parking
lot on time. We have reserved
a log shelter and feel certain that
you will have a grand time.
Don't forget the date, August
17th; the time, 10a. m.; the meet-
ing place, the parking lot at
Sears-Roebuck. Those of you
who do not have transportation,
do not let that stop you from
coming as we have planned for
adequate transportation for all.
Second important event is our
dinner meeting which will take
place this coming Monday eve-
ning, August 18th in the beautiful
terrace dining room of the White
House Hotel, 15th street and
Ocean drive at 7 p. m. Charge
for the dinner will be 50c per
person. This promises to be an
exceptional meeting so please be
there. For reservations call Mrs.
Harry Breskin, 3-7851.
Third, is our annual admini-
stration dance which will be held
on Sunday evening, August 31st
in the Mangareva room of the
Cromwell Hotel. Dancing will
begin at 9 p. m. Tickets are only
55c per person and can be ob-
tained at the door. For any in-
formation concerning the dance
call Mrs. Irving Qucrido, 3-2433.
New York (WNS) Charles
Lindbergh believes that Jews
will be blamed for American en-
try into the war, and in the event
of an American defeat, "the anti-
Jewish outbreaks that will occur
here will surpass those in Nazi
Germany," according to Roger
Butterfield, writing in the cur-
rent issue of Life magazine.
Mr. Butterfield stated that
Lindbergh "has told more than
one close friend that participa-
tion in the war against Hitler is
sure to cause an internal explo-
sion, a bloody revolution in
America. Organized labor, he
predicts, will pull one direction
and profiteering capital in the
other, splitting the country in
two."
The article added: "But it is
our national morale that arouses
his blackest pessimism. Ameri-
can defeats and the death in bat-
tle or by drowning of 'millions' of
young American soldiers will be
followed, he has said to friends,
by upheavals of great violence
in the nation.
"He (Lindbergh) is especially
concerned with the effect such
disasters would have on Jews in
the U. S. He believes Jews will
be blamed for American entry
into the war and will suffer for
it. If that happens, he has said,
the anti-Jewish out-breaks that
will occur here will surpass those
in Nazi Germany for Americans
are "more violent' than Germans.
"Yet Lindbergh is not anti-
Semitic. In personal conversa-
tion he has expressed indigna-
tion over the German treatment
of Jews in Europe. But he has
never condemned the persecu-
tions publicly, in any of the 18
speeches and articles he has
written on world affairs since
September, 1939. Several friends
and associates have pledged with
him to do so, and he has invar-
iably refused. His usual answer
is, 'I must be neutral.'"
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I. • FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941 KlenistflorkiicMi PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KEL.LNER, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK, Caator 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 3. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrli 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maarir 6:00 p. m Friday 8:15 and 8:30 p.m. Sabbath Service 8 :30 a. m. Cantor Malek and the choir will lead the Rosh Chodesh Elul services to be'observed in the synagogue Saturday. Abraham Block will be host at kiddush following the services. Hebrew Classes Our Talmud Torah classes are increasing in enrollment and gratifying results are being shown by the children under the new curriculum instituted by our teacher, Cantor Joseph Malek and under the able chairmanship of the Talmud Torah, Mrs. Chas. Tanenbaum. Classes continue from 9 to 12 a. m. Enthused over the progress being made in the Talmud Torah our wholehearted and long time members, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block last Saturday morning after services surprised all the children with the serving of fine refreshments in the synagogue. They volunteered also to do likewise at all Sabboth services in the future for which we are most grateful to them. Get Together Meeting Mrs. Chas. Tanenbaum, chairman of the Talmud Torah committee of the Ladies Auxiliary has invited all parents of children enrolled in our Talmud Torah to attend a get together meeting, the first in a series to be given at the new synagogue, on Tuesday, August 19th at 2 p. m. All other members and friends of the Ladies Auxiliary interested in our Talmud Torah are also cordially invited. Boat Ride Judging from the number of reservations already made for our approaching boat ride next Wednesday evening, August 20th at 9 p. m. on the Yacht Biscayne, this affair promises to be a very TEMPLE ISRAEL 1J7 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Imlian Creek Brlve—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAM A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Miami Bench Phone 6-1738 Congregational Regular services at Temple Israel Friday evenings at 8:15 p. m. with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officating. Friday evening services are held at the Temple throughout the summer, with congregational participation and singing. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Martha Tunick, wife of Samuel Tunick. Yahrzeits: Louis Bernstein, brother of Jack Bernstein; Herman Utitz, father of Mrs. Dave Eichengreen; Ralph Neufeld, husband of Mrs. Blanche Neufeld; Alexander Mendelson, husband of Mrs. Ray Mendelson, father of G. Louis Mendelson, Mrs. Mitchell Kuperberg and Mrs. Max Holtsberg. STR I C T L Y Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) successful one. The boat will leave from City Basin Pier 7. There will be music for dancing and refreshments will be available. Mrs. Sam and Mrs. Chas Tanenbaum are co-chairmen of this event. All proceeds will benefit the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. Condolences We mourn the loss of the late Mrs. Dora Rosengarten, past vice president of our Ladies Auxiliary and one of its early organizers and extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved husband, family and friends. Her memory will be hallowed by our organization. ABOUT PEOPLE The Jewish Morning Journal's Jaob Fishman narrowly escaped having his throat slit on his recent vacation Venturing into a New England village barbershop, he found himself in the palsied hands of an ancient barber who hadn't wielded a cutting tool since Lincoln ran for president Viewing the scars of the encounter, the gallant columnist was heard to remark that now he was ready to be sent to the war zone for his paper Congratulations to A. Himmelreich of Tel Aviv, Palestine, whose camera study of a Chalutza executing a high jump won first prize in the August issue of the American Popular Photography magazine ... If you're keeping a list of prospective grandfathers, add the name of Chicago's Harry Grabiner of baseball fame, whose daughter, Mrs. Fred Friedlob, is now preparing a layette Perhaps you know Mrs. Friedlob better under her screen name, June Travis When Baron Eugene de Rothschild arrived here last winter he carried a millon dollars' worth of diamonds n a paper bag But our prize for ingenuity goes to Mrs. Barbara Podawisz, a refugee from Poland who saved her 1 diamonds (not a million dollars' worth by any means, though) by overing them with cloth and using them as buttons for her dress. eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITTLE INN OPEN ALL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St NAZIS IN YUGOSLAVIA HOLD JEWISH RABBIS AS HOSTAGE Geneva (WNS)—Nazi-occupying authorities in Yugoslavia have arrested large numbers of rabbis and prominent Jewish leaders and are holding them as "hostages" to prevent "Jewish sabotage," it was reported here. The seized Jews nave been sent to prison, the Nazis announced, and will be executed in the event of "acts of Jewish sabotage.'' Reports reaching here from Serbia indicate that widespread revolts and guerilla warfare are sweeping the country. In a number of cases the guerillas were reported to have ousted the Nazi and Italian troops from villages in the interior of Central Serbia and Southern Macedonia. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phono 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach 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. Mrs. Louis Margulies Reporting for Beth David Conaregatton and Sisterhood Rabbi Max Shapiro and family have returned from a six week's visit North. The Rabbi will officiate at the servces Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Bar Mitavah During the services Saturday morning, Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bretbart, will become bar mitzvah. He will recite the maftir, and extend greetings to the worshipers. A reception will follow in the auditorium immediately after the benediction. High Holy Days Preparations As the New Year will begin Sunday evening, September 21, at sundown, Sidney H. Palmer, president of the Congregation, has appointed Albert Quadow chairman to be in complete charge of the selling of tickets. We wish to advise our many members and friends who desire seats to please make their reservations with as little delay as possible. Phone the office, 2-1473. Full details will be given in a later issue. NUMBER OF JEWISH MEDICOS IN FRANCE LIMITED TO 2% Vichy (WNS)—The Nazi-controlled Vichy Government will shortly issue a decree limiting the number of Jewish doctors who will be allowed to practice in unoccupied France to two percent of the entire medical profession, it was disclosed here. A similar regulation has already been applied to Jewish lawyers. Within this small group, priority will be given to Jewish doctors with good war recrds and to the families of Jews killed in action while fighting for France. MOSES MESCHBLOFF. Rabbi 711 I. • %  mix Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCIIES, Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 8. W. 21t Terrace Synagogue Services Shachriss, daily at 8 a. m.; Saturday at 8:30 a. m.; Junior Congregation Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Mincha, daily at 6:30 p. m. Maariv, daily at 7:20 p. m.; Saturday at 7:30 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Hebrew School Regular classes are held each morning between the hours of 9 and 12. "Sabbath" is the religious theme for this month in all classes. Registraton of new children takes place at the office each week day morning. Synagogue Choir Our synagogue choir is preparing for the High Holy Day sevvices. Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz is the choir leader. Cantor Mamches is assisting in the arrangements. We feel that we shall have the best choir ever, this year. Holy Day Arrangements At the board of directors meeting held last week our Holy Day seating arrangements committee was appointed. It consists of A. D. Goldstein, I. D. SpivakA. L. Mechlowitz, L. Robinson, and H. Wasserman. Seats will be available in two weeks time. On Vacation Max Feit, our sexton, has left for a two week vacation to New York, during which time he will attend the unveiling of a monument in memory of his father. Painting, Paperhanging Plastering Decorating Expert Workmanship Licensed and Insured Free Estimates PHONE 4-0884 rJJoiJST BROS R^ L*^ la the BEST.' &? ££&&&* \wW HONE 21141 21S. W 2n d A ve. Miami. %  ^ i he Jewish ineiriidlidiin Printer/and Publisher/* \


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PAGE FOUR Jenist Hc4kSar FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941 week to be near settlement. Ad :.zr. K,:rresid: r.t ; t tr.e Jewish D~. ;• Forward Association ana of the Jewish Labor ittee was taking a leading part in seeking to reconcile the [differences between the Guild :and the Peretz Venein which were a prone factor m the com! plicated strike situation. The Pe: re'-z Verein. whuh has a majority .the Day editorial department had expelled ten members 1 lined the Guild and these j ten. plus two others, subsequent.iy :.':— %  • issehecsm end psy cuts *h:ch resulted in the strike. The formula for settlement I which was under ciscussicr. it was learned, provided: <1> The ten who joined the Guild would leave that union on condition •.%  .> %  vonM ba nMr.tatc-d IT. the Peretz Verein and in their jobs, with the exception of B Z Goldberg, whose case would be submitted to arbitration because of special charges lodged agamn him by the Day management; (2) Any pay cuts imposed by the management would be distributed among all members of the staff without discrimination. t r< LISTEN HERE Morris C. Troper. chairman of the European Executive Council of the Joint I)istribution Commitee, writes us that there will be only 1500 refugees left in Portugal after the embarkation of 2.000 who are scheduled to leave Lisbon by the end of this month The outstanding achievement of the JDC. however, is its success, since the collapse of France, in bringing together more than 40.000 men women and children from Europe with their families in the United States and elsewhere Soon to be formed is a Jewish Army Committee ... Its plans Include, as its first item of practical action, the training of five hundred Jewish fliers and the establishment of an officers' tr ainin g academy. LITERARY NOTE Just published is the fourth volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, of which Rabbi Isaac Landman is the editor and Louis Rittenberg the executive and literary editor Dedicated to the memory of Isaac Leeser. pioneer American Jewish publisher of the middle nineteenth century, this volume opens with Dr. Simon Cohen's article on Eduyoth—which, as you may remember, is the seventh tractate of the fourth division of the Mishnah. Nezikin—and closes with the late Rabbi Max Dienemann's dissertation on Gnosticism Among the distinguished contributors to Volume Four is Assistant Secretary of State Adolf A. Berle. Jr.. who authored the article on Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter .Like its predecessors, this volume of the Encyclopedia is chock-full of little-known but fascinating facts some of which we shall relay to you from time to time. YOU SHOULD KNOW There will be a number of important Jewish candidates in the New York municipal election campaign this fall Edgar J. Nathan is the Republicans' choice for the Manhattan borough presider.cv The Democrats have nominated Dr. Nathan Ratnoff for the same post And Stanley Isaacs, the present incumbent, is going to run independently The Democrats, as you man recall have also put M. Baldwin Fertig for the presidency of the City Council Yet with all this there will be a considerable underground anti-Semitic whispering campaign. The Christian Fronters are going to fight Mayor La Guardia and all the Jewish candidates with all the viciousness at their command And if La Guardia's opponent District Attorney CDwyer. doesn't unequivocally disown that support he's go ing to be snowed under. STAGE AND SCREEN A bronze bust ot the late Irving Thalberg. who was one of Hollywood's greatest directors and producers, will soon stand in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ... It is the ; work of a New York sculptor. Angelo Salemi. and has been api proved by Norma Shearer, who is Thalberg's widow e wonder whether young Carl Laemmle will now really go through with his plan to fil !" Dalton Trumbe's novel "Johnny Got His Gun."' with the strongest anti-war book ever published :A new Ferenc Molnar play being readied for Broadway by j Oscar Serlin will feature Sam (Gunga Din) Jaffe—his first role [since the death oi his songstress wife Lillian Taix, last *rin ,e Does show business have better financial prospects that WaL Street? Georgie Price, who years ago used his earnings from the vaudeville stage to buy a seat on the Stock Exchange is now making a stage comeback in order to have enough i dough to pay the overhead on his sumptuous Wall Street offices It was really unnecessary for any smart-alecky columnist in the English-Jewish press to attack Edward G. Robinson for donating S10C.000 to the USO Scheduled for an important role in the new Powsfl-Loy "Thin Man" film is Stella Adler. of the famous Jewish theatrical family. ) :Z (CONTINUKO OK PASS S)



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941 +Jenisbfk>ridkin PAGE SEVEN U.S. JEWS ASK DEFINITE STAND ON PALESTINE London (W N S) — American Jews are willing to "bear the brunt of the burden in alleviating the misery of countless European Jews" but believe that Great Britain should take a definite stand with regard to the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine, Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the World Zionist Organization, declared in an interview with the Manchester Guardian. The veteran Zionist leader, who returned here recently after a four-month visit to the United States, emphasizes that Zionist circles have not demanded a positive statement during the past two years because of reluctance to embarrass the British Government during the grave war crisis. Now, however, with the war situation considerably improved, Dr. Weizmann said, it has become of the utmost importance that American Jews be told where "their unfortunate brethren can go." The Zionist leader reported that high officials in Washington share the views of Jewish leaders on the Palestine question. Dr. Weizmann pointed out that American Jewry had at no time wavered in its unstinting support of the British cause. 'The allegiance of American Jews to our cause," he stressed, "has not been affected by what appears to them to be a reluctance on the part of the British government to tackle the Palestine question fairly and squarely." Earlier this week. Dr. Weizmann declared at a press conference that at least 25,000 young American Jews would respond immediately to a call for enlistment in a Jewish army. He stressed that the formation of a Jewish military force would meet with enthusiastic response in the United States. L FREDERICK BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON 912 Congress Building Phone 2-7112 Res. Phone 7-5192 MIAMI. FLORIDA Dr. Weizmann told the assembled newspaper men that he had noted a gradual but steady change in the attitude of American non-Zionists towards Palestine. He said that previous schemes given support in America the colonization of Jews in Alaska, the Dominican Republic and in Alaska, became obviously hopeless when the need for largescale Jewish emigration from Nazi-controlled Europe became acute. Dr. Weizmann said that these projects proved to American Jews that Palestine remained the only solution to the critical Jewish problem in Europe today. He said that American Jews are aware that if Palestine is to solve the problem of Jewish immigration, a Jewish State must be created since settlement of Jews on the necessary scale can no longer be conducted by voluntary organizations. Funds for the vast immigration program can be raised only by a Jewish State with the power to impose taxation and the ability to obtain large loans, he said. HKE UP nmERICH! By WES K. FREIHERD An Expose of Un-American Activities in the United States. RABBI SCHORR REPORTED FREED or London (WNS) — Chief Rabbi Moses Schorr of Poland and a number of other Polish Jewish leaders, arrested in 1939 when Soviet Russia occupied Poland, have been released by the Soviet authorities under the terms of the recent Russo-Polish agreement, it was reported here by the London Jewish Chronicle. The Russo-Polish agreement provides for the release from Soviet internment of all Polish citizens arrested because of political or other convictions. This clause was expected to result in the release of thousands of Polish Jews, including a large number of Zionist leaders. The report of Prof. Schorr's release was characterized as "premature" in Polish quarters here. Stanislaw Kotthe exiled Polish Government's Minister of Interior, who is negotiating with Soviet authorities on the release of Polish citizens, said that ho had received no confirmation of the report. • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST A LARGEST All-Year Hotel PHI %  %  .. %  %  THE RIVIERA Near Daytoaa Beach. 14—i Contention or Conltrene, HemdommrUr: Oyavftf *•. The onlj Hotel Bar open all rear fca t w eoa Jackaonrille ft Palm Beech. Radio and fan la EYery Room. Golf Links, Arteataa Swlmmt Pool with Sand Beach. Tennla, Badminton. Ping Pong, Croquet, Hesaeshoe and Snuffleboard Courts. Ballroom aad OosTentloa Han. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds. COOLBST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA, AT TBTB BIRTHPLACB OF THE %  • TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current meets the Gulf Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing are Superb. Writ* for Special Summer Rates. April to Deeemotr. Hotel Riviera, Box 429, Daytona Beach, Pla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION IS2ACQUARTERS. Failure of Naxi Plot for Ulcranian Revolt We are reliably informed by a contact in the Ukranian-American community of the complete collapse of a Nazi plot for widespread Fifth Column activity in the Ukraine. As previously reported, Ukranian fascists have made their headquarters in Berlin and worked closely with Adolf Hitler. Der Fuehrer promised to put them in power when he seized their homeland. In exchange, they agreed to supervise pro-Nazi Fifth Column activity not only in the Soviet Union but also throughout Europe and wherever Ukranians have settled in other parts of the world. The two Nazi-Ukranian organizations in charge of this work have been the Hetman and the OUN (Organization of Ukranian Nazis.) Fifth Column Nucleus Several Months before the invasion of the Soviet Union, Hetman and OUN "Secret Supporters" would lead a "nationalist" revolt against the Soviets as soon as Hitler's legions began marching into the Ukraine. Many of the so-called "Secret Supporters" were prominent citizens in Ukranian cities and towns; some were officers in the Soviet Army. Plot Fizsles When the attack on the Soviet Union started, the promised "nationalist revolt" failed to materialize. No word was heard of any Fifth Column activity on the part of the "Secret Supporters" of the Hetman and the OUN. On the contrary: The Ukranians everywhere were putting up an extremely stubborn resistance to the Germans. The Nazis, who had been counting on the uprising or at least on widespread anti-Soviet sabotage, were furious. Our informant tells us that Hetman and OUN agents, desirous of proving their value to the Third Reich and of getting higher pay, had drawn up a spurious list of "Secret Supporters." Many of the names of the six hundred psuedo-Fifth Columnists had been acquired by the simple expedient of haphazardly selecting them from Soviet newspapers The Soviet Government is said to have learned of the list before the invasion but, naturally enough, to have done nothing to disillusion the Nazis. Wheeler Hailed by Fascist Con trolled Axis papers Senator Burton K. Wheeler is the current hero of the Fascistcontrolled Italian press, a dispatch from Rome shows. The newspaper Piccolo editorially declares that. "The Senator from Montana continues to denounce the iniquities of the warmongers." The editorial continued by asserting that "Wheeler acts with intrepid honesty." While his popularity grows in the dictator countries, Wheeler's support among his own constituents becomes steadily smaller. To find out how the voters feel; about. JWheeler and his opposition to almost everything Roosevelt suggests and to practically every move for defense the Administration has made, a poll is being taken by the Great Falls News in Montana. The poll, which started June 6th, shows that up to the present time sentiment is 4 to 1 against Wheeler. More significant is fact that most of the votes against Wheeler came from those who voted for him in the last senatorial election. The poll is not yet State-wide, although ballots have come in from every county in the State. Sixty per cent of the votes that have come in were from Cascade county, second largest in the State. FEAR POGROMS IF U. S. LOSER SAYS LI JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN Junior Hadassah news this week centers around three important events. First, our picnic, which will start with a motor cavalcade proceeding from the parking lot of Sears-Roebuck, 13th street and Biscayne boulevard to Greynold's Park on Sunday morning, August 17th at 10 a. m. where Junior Hadassah will play hostess to its members and friends at an allday outing. Miss Rose Puchkoff and Miss Ruth Aronson, cochairmen are planning a full day of entertainment including games contests and prizes. Sports such as rowing, swimming, horseback riding, etc.. will also make up the day's entertainment. All we ask you to do is to pack a lunch and to be at the parking lot on time. We have reserved a log shelter and feel certain that you will have a grand time. Don't forget the date, August 17th; the time, 10a. m.; the meeting place, the parking lot at Sears-Roebuck. Those of you who do not have transportation, do not let that stop you from coming as we have planned for adequate transportation for all. Second important event is our dinner meeting which will take place this coming Monday evening, August 18th in the beautiful terrace dining room of the White House Hotel, 15th street and Ocean drive at 7 p. m. Charge for the dinner will be 50c per person. This promises to be an exceptional meeting so please be there. For reservations call Mrs. Harry Breskin, 3-7851. Third, is our annual administration dance which will be held on Sunday evening, August 31st in the Mangareva room of the Cromwell Hotel. Dancing will begin at 9 p. m. Tickets are only 55c per person and can be obtained at the door. For any information concerning the dance call Mrs. Irving Qucrido, 3-2433. New York (WNS) — Charles Lindbergh believes that Jews will be blamed for American entry into the war, and in the event of an American defeat, "the antiJewish outbreaks that will occur here will surpass those in Nazi Germany," according to Roger Butterfield, writing in the current issue of Life magazine. Mr. Butterfield stated that Lindbergh "has told more than one close friend that participation in the war against Hitler is sure to cause an internal explosion, a bloody revolution in America. Organized labor, he predicts, will pull one direction and profiteering capital in the other, splitting the country in two." The article added: "But it is our national morale that arouses his blackest pessimism. American defeats and the death in battle or by drowning of 'millions' of young American soldiers will be followed, he has said to friends, by upheavals of great violence in the nation. "He (Lindbergh) is especially concerned with the effect such disasters would have on Jews in the U. S. He believes Jews will be blamed for American entry into the war and will suffer for it. If that happens, he has said, the anti-Jewish out-breaks that will occur here will surpass those in Nazi Germany for Americans are "more violent' than Germans. "Yet Lindbergh is not antiSemitic. 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wJewiisti Floridi&n COMBINING TKne J<&WK$lh Limit? /# VOLUME 14—No. 33 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS INVITE JEWISH 10 JOIN IL CORPS Stockholm (WNS)—The shortage of competent medical men in Nazi-occupied Poland and other areas near the Russian front has become so acute that the Nazis have been forced to issue an invitation to Jewish doctors in Denmark to join the Nazi medical corps, it was reported here. The Nazi-controlled press in Copenhagen carried front page editorials urging Jewish doctors to volunteer for service on the Eastern front. The Jewish doctors were assured good treatment and high pay. With the number of wounded German soldiers on the Eastern front growing steadily. Nazi authorities have been coaxing and compelling Jewish doctors in all the occupied countries to take posts in medical hospitals. Rumania and Hungary also found it necessary to order Jewish physicians to report for military duty. It is significant that the appeal to Jewish doctors published in the Danish press mentioned specifically that physicians were urgently needed in Poland. Apparently, the Nazis are unwilling to transport their wounded back to Germany for fear of aggravating an already troubled and disquieted population. The Nazi invitation to the Jewish doctors was the subject for considerable speculation here. Hitherto, Jewish physicians in all Nazi countries have been forbidden to treat non-Jewish patients, and neutral sources wondered how Hitler could explain his latest about-face to the German people. JEWS TO PAY FOR FOOD IN SLOVAK LABOR GANGS Geneva (WNS)—Slovakian authorities have announced that henceforth only penniless Jews will be fed in the special Jewish labor camps while "Jews of means" will have to pay for their food and lodging, according to Nazi newspapers which have arrived here. Since the Jews are not paid for serving in these labor camps, this new order virtually means that from now on Jews will have to pay for the privilege of working 60 and 70 hours a week at hard labor. The Nazi press reported also that the Slovakian Jews the majority of whom are orthodox, will be forced to work on Saturdays. The Nazi newspaper Grcnzbote reported that Slovakian soldiers, now fighting with the Nazi forces on the Russian front, have sent a telegram to Dr. Joseph Tiso, puppet President of Slovakia, demanding a final "liquidation" of the Jewish question in Slovakia. r i" EXECUTE DOCTORS FOR NON-SERVICE Istanbul (WNS)—An unidentified number of Jewish doctors who refused to serve in special Nazi medical units on the Russian front has been executed by Gestapo firing squads, it was reported here. The physicians had been interned in concentration camps but were offered their freedom in return for their services on the Eastern front. The report added that nearly 300 Jewish doctors had been released from concentration camps in Germany and dispatched to the Eastern front where the Russians were reportedly taking a tremendous toll for each foot of land seized by the Nazi army. Nazi officials were reported to have promised the Jewish doctors that they wouid be accorded the same conditions and pay as the "Aryan" doctors. Despite these assurances, however, a number of doctors, including several who had been incarcerated since the early days of the Hitler regime refused to serve with the Nazi forces. They were shot by firing squads as an example to the other Jewish physicians. Daytona Beach will throw open its city gates on the Labor Day week-end for the fifth annual B'nai B'rith State Convention, entertaining Lodge members, their wives and families from all over Florida. The convention will begin Sunday, August 31 and cont'nue through Monday, September 1. Headquarters for the convention will be the Osceola Hotel, which will be turned over to the Lodge exclusively for the two day session. Registrations begin at noon Sunday. Tentative program for the convention, as outlined by Convention Chairman, Louis Ossinsky, of Daytona Beach, will include a cocktail party Sunday afternoon, a banquet and datia Sunday night; breakfast Monday morning and a noon luncheon Monday. There will be motorcades for the women, mah jongg and card parties and other special features. Labor Day entertainment in the City—stock car races, fireworks at the boardwalk, swimming at the Worlds most famous beach, and other activities will be included. Convention's principal business session will be Monday morning with President Elry Stone, of Miami presiding. There will be banquet speakers, committee meetings, and informal talks by State Dignitaries. J. Aron Abbott, state secretary is chairman of the Sholem Lodge Convention Committee and is making arrangements for the local group. JEWS COLD WINTER AS A RESULT OF FUEL SHORTAGE Lisbon (WNS)—As a result of an acute shortage of coal throughout Italy, Italian Jews now face the prospect of a heatless winter, it was announced here. The Italian cities of Trieste, Fiume, Milan and Florence have announced a 33 percent reduction in coal rations. GREEK GENERAL IN PALESTINE LAUDS AMERICA Jerusalem (WNS) — Gratitude for the support American Jewry gave to Greece during that tiny country's desperate defense of its independence against the Italian and Nazi invaders was voiced here by the Greek general who has been named by King George of Greece to organize a Free Greek force to continue the struggle against fascism. The noted Greek general, whose name can not as yet be divulged, stressed that the Jewish nation will find its rightful place among the free nations of the world after Hitlerism has been destroyed. The general appeared considerably impressed with the rapid strides made in recent years in Palestine. "I have no words to praise Jewish achievements and progress made in Palestine," he said. "I am sure that Jewish efforts to further the interests of the Holy Land will benefit all the Eastern nations including Greece." "The fate of the Jews," the Greek commander added, "is sevenfgold times dearer to us now that we are fighting for freedom and victory." The general will organize the Free Greek forces in the Near East along lines similar to that of General De Gaulle's Free French Army. In his message extolling the aid of American Jews, the Greek Army chief said: "We think American Jewry should actively participate with the Allies in this struggle and thus perform their duty as Jews and as world citizens." LABOR COMMITTEE SEEKS NAMES OF INTERNED JEWS New York (WNS)—The Jewish Labor Committee has been authorized by representatives of the Polish Government-in-exile to compile and submit lists of Polish Jews who have been interned in Soviet Russia either as war prisoners or as undesirable civilians, it was announced here by Adolf Held, chairman of the Committee. Mr. Held disclosed that those lists will be brought to London by a Polish diplomatic courier to facilitate the release of Polish citizens under the provisions of the Russo-Polish agreement. He urged American Jews who have relatives interned in Russia as Polish citizens to forward the names and addresses of these relatives to the Committee. The Agudas Israel office in New York announced a similar compilation of names of Polish Jews interned in Russia. The Agudah lists will be sent to the Agudah office in London and communicated to the Polish authorities there. JEWS IN L HEAR CALL FROM J NEW NAZI LAWS IN LITHUANIA Bern, Switzerland (WNS) — Rushing to consolidate their position in newly-occupied territory, the Nazi authorities are planning to introduce into Lithuania the anti-Jewish laws in effect in the Polish GovernmentGeneral and have organized a new civil administration in the conquered portion of Galicia, it was reported here this week. Dr. Hans Frank, German Governor-General for Poland, was given authority over one of the three administrative units created in Lithuania—the section including Kaunas and Wilna, which contains the bulk of Lithuania's Jews—and over the occupied part of Galicia. Dr. Frank, one of the bitterest of Nazi anti-Semites, is responsible for issuance of the sweeping anti-Jewish decrees in Poland, including the introduction of the ghettos, enforced labor service and curfew for Jews. The Germans are intending to make Galicia a new reservoir for Jews driven from various parts of the continent under Nazi domination, it was indicated by reports reaching here which told of expulsion of Jews from Hungary. MORE REFUGEES TO ARRIVE HERE; 12,01 ENTERED New York (WNS)—Eight hundred refugees, rescued from the French Morocan port of Casablanca and from Lisbon, arrived here in the past week aboard two Portuguese ships, adding to a total of 11.863 Jewish' refugees who reached the United States in the first five months of 1941. Some 400 refugees who were marooned in French North Africa by wartime transportation difficulties were brought here by the steamships Nyassa and Guinee. which called at Casablanca by arrangement with the Joint Distribution Committee. The Nyassa also brought 400 exiles who embarked at Lisbon. The arrivals from Casablanca were among 1.500 refugees interned in Morocco for several months. Some of them showed the effects of enforced labor on the trans-Sahara railway, being built by the Vichy Government. About 1,100 of the 1 500 remain in French Morocco and the J. D. C. is making efforts to arrange transportation for them. The Nyassa passengers had an unusually brusque introduction to New York when the ship's smokestack got caught while the vessel was passing up the East River under the Brooklyn bridge, creating conisderable excitement for a few minutes. London (WNS)—A zero-hour appeal from the Jewish community of Kobe. Japan, for visas to rescue the 451 Polish rabbis and Yeshivoth students stranded there before the Far Eastern crisis boils over and makes emigration from Japan impossible, has been received by Jewish organizations here. With Japanese relations with Great Britain and the United States rapidly reaching the danger point, the Kobe Jewish community warned that unless arrangements are made immediately to rescue the trapped rabbis and Yeshivoth students they will be sent to concentration camps. Japanese authorities have already notified the Polish Jewish refugees that they will all be interned unless they leave Japan within a few days. All in all. it was estimated, there are more than 1,000 Polish Jewish refugees in Japan. The communication from Kobe urged British Jewry to appeal to the British Government to issue emergency visas for the Polish refugees to CanadaAustralia. Palestine and South Africa. The names of the rabbis have been submitted to the Polish consulate in Kobe in the hope of facilitating action. Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbart. sole Jewish member of the Polish Government-in exile, disclosed that he has received a number of appeals from all over the world urging him to intercede with the exiled Polish Government in behalf of the stranded rabbis. One of the communications came from the Federation of Polish Rabbis in Palestine. FREE" ITALIAN LEADERS TO RESTORE JEWISH RIGHTS London (WNS) — Leaders of the growing "Free" Italian movement, composed of anti-Fascist and .anti-Mussolini Italian elements here have issued a statement pledging restoration of all civil and political rights to Jews in a post-war Italy. The statement stressed that the Italian people were not in sympathy with the anti-Jewish laws, which, the statement said, were forced upon the Italian people by Nazi Germany. GEN. OE GAULLE REVOKES LAWS OF SYRIAN JEWS New York (WNS)—One of the first acts of General de Gaulle commander-in-chief of the Free French forces, upon taking over the administration of Syria and Lebanon, French-mandated territories, was to declare the antiJewish laws imposed by the Vichy Government officials null and void, according to information received here by the Free French delegation. The Nazi-controlled French Government at Vichy had extended the anti-Jewish laws to Syria and Lebanon but the capture of these French mandates by the combined British and Free French forces has resulted in their revocation. The announcement made public by the Free French delegation here stated: "A message from General de Gaulle from Syria notifies the Free French delegation in the United States that the anti-Semitic and racial laws promulgated by Vichy are considered null and void by the Free French in Syria and Lebanon. WnHP^*F&y~'*gU&3&IMi ?VSi



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PAGE SIX KM is* flcrkfian FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1941 ,000 JEWS ARE EVAGUTEO PROM WAR ZONES It was little anticipated by the proponents of the constitutional amendment providing for a second vice president that actually the time would arise wherein the second vice president would actually have to preside at the meeting. However that is what took place Tuesday night. Both Pres. Aronovitz and 1st vice president Roth are out of the city and the duty of presiding was taken over by your correspondent. ladies. The convention will end at 2 p. m. on Monday, Sept. 1st permitting everyone time to get back and get a good night's sleep in their own homes. The attention of the body was called by Bro. Marty Milstein, athletic chairman, to the regular softball practices and games held every Sunday morning at 9 a. m. at Flamingo Park. Emil Gould is captain and manager sss'sres KS i sag assess.*: stepped in so that we had a now out and see for jourstK. Tinkers to Evers to Chance com-! It was quite disappointing to hination. The entire discussion | express the situat.on mildly tor .entered around the State Bnai Bro. Ike Levinchairman of the B'rith convention Labor Day blood bank project, to receive only week-end in Daytona. Apparently the convention is a repetition of Hollywood Hotel convention sponsored last year by Miami. I say that because the state president is Elry Stone, the convention chairman is Al Pallot, one of the guest speakers will be Ike Levin. In order to make the picture complete 100 Miamians should attend the convena handfull, not more than a dozen anyway, of return cards from the brethren signifying their desire to donate some blood. As Bro. Dr. Kushner put it everyone who is typed is given a blood count which is worth five dollars. Actually therefore you are getting a bargain. The giving of blood is actually healthy so the brothers need not fear as to the tion A large attendance from I results. There are no after efMiami is necessary for many reaJ fects. The Lodge is receiving to Bro. I criticism because of the failure of second, its members to cooperate in this sons. First, we owe it Elry to back him up. Miamians are prominent in convention program, third, Miami has been the backbone of the State Federation since its inception and if we let down the whole state and all our projects will suffer. Bro. Abbott, who is in charge of arrangements for Sholcm Lodge, states that special party rates can be secured on the F. E. C. if 35 or more go up together. There is some talk also of forming a motorcade if the majority decide to drive up. Those interested in attending should get in touch with Jack or the Bnai B'rith office. Registration fees at the convention will be six dollars for delegates and seven dollars for visitors. The fee includes one night's lodging at the Osceola Hotel, the convention site, and live meals including the banquet and dance. Incidentally a trip to Marine| humanitarian endeavor. This is our civic project for the year and we must put it over. Send a card immediately to Bro. Levin or the B'nai B'rith office offering your services. You may be the means of saving a life. Incidentally I am told that the Aux. plans to run an affair soon to raise funds with which to purchase necessary equipment for the blood bank. Believe it or not our treasury has hit a new low. As a matter of fact we are actually in the red. Unless the brothers send in their dues immediately we shall have to discontinue some of our activities. This is a crucial moment in the life of the Lodge. Send your check today—do not delay—delay might be fatal. Time does not permit me to write any further and so I shall have to leave until next week tin Ankara (WNS)—More than 1,000.000 Jews have been evacuated into the Russian interior with the aid of Soviet authorities from the three major-Russo-German war fronts, it was reported in Russian quarters here. The Jews, streaming into Russia, were evacuated from Sovietheld Poland, LithuaniaLatvia, Estonia. Bessarabia, northern Bu kovina and from Russian cities in the path of the invading Nazi army. In line with the Soviet •scorched earth" policy, the Jews took whatever possessions they could carry and burned the remainder, including their homes. Russian sources here stated that the Soviet officials advised Jews to leave their villages and move into the interior as soon as it became evident that the Nazis were approaching and that the Soviet forces would not be able to defend the villages from the invaders. These quarters admitted, however, that no advance arrangements had been made to house the refugees upon their arrival in the interior. Many cities in the interior are crowded with refugees and a severe housing shortage has been created. Most of the younger Jewish refugees volunteered for services with the Red Army, while thousands of others went into munitions factories. The older refugees have created a problem, it was said, since they are unable to work and many of the villages have no organized relief system. Hope was expressed that American Jewish organizations would send food and medical supplies lo Russia to alleviate the situation. present controversy reached its Dr! Tenenbaum deplored the fact that despite three weeks of picketing by the Joint Boycott Council, "the Agudas Israel of America still continues in the sorry role of being the only organization breaking the British blockade and Jewish solidartiy. "If it be necessary to start a large-scale project to teed the Jewish population in Poland," Dr. Tenenbaum suggested, "the large Jewish organizations in this country should take up the matter with the proper authorities. In no case should it be left in the hands of such groups as the Agudas Israel, acting in a haphazard, irresponsible and unsupervised way." "Specifically." Dr. Tenenbaum said, "we propose that the four leading Jewish organizations including the Joint Distribution Committee, should consult together on the advisibility of such measures, and if agreed, should send a delegation to Washington to negotiate with the State Department and with the British authorities as well as the Red Cross, so that a more lawful method may be found to feed the unfortunate victims of Nazi terrorism, under the surveillance of Red Cross authorities. No single organization has the right to arrogate to itself the authority to act on its own in a matter as grave and dangerous as this. Under no circumstances will the Joint Distribution Committee permit single organizations to subsidize the Hitler regime under the guise of helping the Jewish organization, whether through ignorance or lack oi conscience." UNION OE RABB1ES LENDS SUPPORT Blowing the Shofar is now forbidden on Saturday, but in the days of the Temple, the Shofar was always sounded on Rosh i Hashona, even if the holiday ocj curred on the Sabbath. DE HIHSGH MEYER CALLS MEETING OF COMMITTEE Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the southeastern region of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds has called a meeting of the Executive Committee for September 14th to be held at the Read House, Chattanooga, Tenn. As the administrative body ot the Region, the Executive Committee will review regional developments and outline plans for the coming year. There will be reports by the Committees on Regional Finance, Study of Budgeting Problems and Procedures, and Regional Planning. Decision will be made as to the time, place and program of the 1942 regional conference. "The Fall meeting of the Executive Committee." comments Mr. Meyer "will be an unusually important one. Changing welfare needs in relation to the national defense program present new problems in connection with fund raising, social servicesemployment, health, recreation and other phases of community organization. Southern communities are even now feeling the impact of some of these changes and the Executive Committee. as a representative body of community leaders, will discuss the new developments as aprelude to future planning." Rosh Hashona, which this year begins on Monday, September 22nd, can never have its first day fall on Sunday. Wednesday or Friday. F. A. PETERSON. District Manager Your "Shelby" representative will ap. PHONE 4-4240 prcciate an opportunity to assist you iVJL MI with your printed form problems. P. O. BOX 447J You'll find him well Qualified to of..... r-nm re FT a fer helpful •uQfleetioni. and eaaer to COHAL lA0LE.S. ILA. furnish wmples of any specif.c form yj^ gh e lb y Salesbook Co. land has been planned for the report on the very successful picnic and the program put on at the meeting by the Miami A. Z. A. chapter. Ordinarily the picnic might be considered old news a ; week or so after it happens but • comparatively few of our 1.100 members (?) were present. Until then, trusting you are all in good health and in the best of spirits, I remain, your faithful correspondent. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats S7th and r/ormal Ave. Chicago IT LIKES YOU Rosh Hashona weather was once declared to be a barometer of the weather for the coming I year. Rabbi Zeid, a Babylonian scholar of the fourth century, i claimed that if '\t was warm on I Rosh Hashona. Uje year to come I would be warnST and if it was cold on Rosh Hashona, a cold year was indicated. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN r—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILU8 We Sincerely Believe That There Is Nis Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK New York (WNS)—The Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada has protested to the Joint Boycott Council because pickets were stationed in front of the headquarters here of the Agudas Israel, which continues to act as a central clearing house for the shipment of private food packages to Nazi-occupied countries. In its statement, the Union declared that it "seems no crime in the work of saving Jewish lives from hunger." The statement said that the picketing was conducted with the intention "of weakening the relief activities for our Jewish brethren who are dying of starvation." The Union expressed regret that the Joint Boycott Council had rejected arbitration of the issue before sending out pickets. '•' % %  Council Urge* Mteting to Study Relief Problem • New York (WNS) — Denying charges made by the Agudas Israel of America that the Joint Boycott Council had rejected consultation and arbitration on the question of sending food packages to Nazi-controlled countries. Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, chairman of the Council, declared that "conferences and negotiations have been tried and failed through the uncompromising attitude adopted by Agudas." At the same time. Dr. Tenenbaum made public a statement from British officials which said that "the Agudas was fully informed of the attitude of the British Government long before the u A &z ae L\. 7 A TV [J ARE there days when It /fir that the radio, the ringing of the door or telephone bell, the clatter of dishes, or even the laughter snd voices of,., children nearly drive you frantic—days when you are restless, and cranky? 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FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1941 *Jenisti Flcrklian PAGE THREE KING'S..^^ @ @ KOMMENTS is^£? The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Listen and you will hear Realize and you will cheer For there's the story of And there's the glory of The men of the A. D. L. They know how to work Not the definition of shirk Your cause and mine— Protecting is their line Our men of the A. D. L. To make trouble, get in the way Make noise, care not what you say Causes bumps in the road— Makes heavy their load • The men of the A. D. L. Come forward—help steer Not stand by and jeer To cuss and to fuss is simple to do Correct mistakes—That's their point of view Our men of the A. D. L. Cooperation is sorely lacking They must have your backing More volunteers are their plea More help needed—can't you see By the men of the A. D. L. Neither bragging nor boasting No lagging or coasting Their deeds are not known Their work not to be shown As men of the A. D. L. To change thoughts from wrong to right Work together with all our might True Americanism—not always easy to sell From dawn to dark they must do the job well The aim of the men of the A. D. L. affair to be given here, unaware of what he had purchased—possibly it being the Kishke-Kugle-Kreplach society or the Miami University's King's Kampus Kapers. both known as K.K.K. How about the people—if you could call them 'menshen' who bought and gave money—we have their names — knowing and aware of what they were doing—Wero they scared and aren't they cutting their thoat to save their nose. There's the member of the clergy whose wife is always termed a liability instead of an asset—and who people say is leading him on the road to ruin. A case of not MISguided—but MRSguided. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ King says—thank you—for your Komments on his Komments. They ranged from c--ny (a word we do not even like to put in print) to very good—all in all they say the King has possibilities—if you get what they mean. King says send in your Komments for his Komments. King addresses you know-italls with don't be too sure you know King—To you students, remember, there's such a thing as reverse psychology — in other words—leading or rather misleading you to believe what you want to— We even have know-it-alls among us in Palm Beach who will soon awaken to the fact that our problem is not one man's problem nor could one man solve it. That enemy within (although unaware of the role he plays) is oftimes as dangerous as the enemy without—and that their problems are our problems and vice versa—is another fact they must realise. The bell rings—we do it again. We have the exclusive—the only specimen of its kind—the Jewish hotel owner whose hotel in the 40's on the beach with a French name (probably approved by the Vichy government) plasters "Gentiles Only" signs all over the place—"Hott err 'Gott-lieb' or does he love 'Mammon' more." Jack Bell in his column wrote about the Jewish man that bought tickets to the K.K.K For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal ZgSyt Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savingi and Loan Insurance Corporation King suggests to the lady who claims she is trying to do so much for our people to stop making a "nudnik' of herself— running helter-skelter all over the place pouring out her tale of woe—an incident occuring in a Miami Beach hotel, which if true or otherwise, doesn't sound good. If satisfaction is what she wants, there are other ways besides going to courts and creating a 'Chilul-Hashem' which, dear readers, involves one of our figures in the public eye on the beach. The mushroom season is on for Miami—of course we are nearing the holidays. This year it is somewhat streamlined with outside promoters entering the scene —They came via trailer with a 'rachmonos' plea—hired a hall and with tears in her eyes—the female side—is rushing up and down the avenue peddling tickets for her 'shul'—the sad part is that she has obtained a few nonentities who can't fit in any minyan to be sponsors—Ye who buy —BEWARE. How many other mushrooms from hotel basements, dance halls, dining rooms to cafeterias are to be converted still remains to be seen—If you have a relative in the clergy— rabbi, chazon, shammos, etc. and he needs a job, start a minyan for him—and if he doesn't click there, start another one. Who among our Jewish leaders is trying to "Win Friends and Influence People" a la Dale Carnegie via a course of instruction—right here in our fair city and will the speech-making improve. "Gestures where art thou?" "Y" Pinic at Greynolds Park Sunday, August 17 All is in readiness for the old fashioned family picnic to be held this coming SundayAugust 17, at Greynolds Park. Louis Kraft, chairman of the entertainment committee, and his associates. Nat Blumberg. Al Reisman. Harry Schwartz and Frank Rose have left no stone unturned to make this one of the outstanding affairs of its kind ever held in this vicinity. There will be various athletic events such as races and other novelty features. There will Dei a "Moishe" calling contest for women, and the "piece de resistance" will be an A. K. soft-softball game between the Yussels and the Mussels. The batteries for these teams are being kept secret by Frank Rose, who will be the field judge. In addtion there will be plenty of soft drinks and ice cream. Toys and balloons will be given to the children. There is no admission charge. All we ask you to do is to pack a basket of lunch, brink your neighbor's children and your children and meet at the "Y" at 12 o'clock noon, at which time a motorcade will start for the picnic grounds. Boat Ride Monday. August 2S The newly organized division of Junior girls are sponsoring a boat ride, the proceeds of which will go to the Y. This boat ride will take place on Monday. August 25, on the beautiful Seven Seas Yacht. Tickets are only 50c. Make your reservations early as the capacity of the boat is limited. Phyllis Schulman is chairman of the committee and is associated by Rita Grossman, ticket chairman, Velma Abrahams, Edith Shier and Charlotte Leiter. Give the girls a break and arrange a party. Joint Meeting Y. M. and Y. W. H. i. A. August 27 The first joint meeting of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. under the new administrations will be held on Wednesday evening. August 27, at 8:30 o'clock. Weather permitting, the affair will be held outdoors. The feature of the program will be a guc%t speaker and musical entertainment. Full details will be given in these columns next week. Gymnasium The building of the gymnasium recently undertaken by Leo Ackerman and his committee is nearing a rapid completion. It is really a thrill to behold trust ructure. Great credit should be given to the house committee for the wonderful work accomplished. We hope that in a very short, while this entire, structure will be completed, at which time regular classes in calisthenics will be instituted. New. Division of Boys to be Formed Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y, is. taking, a. .census of all Jewish boys between the ages of 16 and 21 for. the.purpose of organizing them into several, grpups. Ail boys. between thqse. ages are requested to see Mr. Grossman. Interesting programs are being planned. It will be to your interest to sec the executive director and register with him as a member of this new group. Deuces Win Three Games From Topnotchers Sammy Tendrich, captain of the Deuces, continues to hold first place with an average ol 104.17, closely followed by Al Berkowitz with 104.8. In last weeks games the Deuceswon 3 games from Sam Seitlin's Topnotchers, while the Aces took the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) FIRST OF 500 SEFER TORAHS ARE LOANED ARMY CHAPELS %  |AI>C _„-^ or MIAMI .1 4 5 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIFTON. President Washington (WNS)—The first of more than 500 Sefer Torahs to be borrowed from local synagogues throughout the country for the use of army chapels has been presented by B'nai B'rith to the army cantonment in Arlington, Va., it was announced this week. The scroll was loaned by Washington's Adath Israel Synagogue. In a ceremony at the Arlington Cantonment, it was presented by Joseph Wilner, president, and Abe Shefferman, secretary, of the (synagogue, both past presidents %  of B'nai B'rith's District No >5, .to Maurice Bisgyer, secretary of B'ifai ffrithifwho then formally pnjschtecl itjijp Chaplain Aryeh Lev, assistant to the army chief of chaplains. 4?J We've Changed te. In Our House! You guessed it • A GAS REFRIGERATOR NAZIS IN SERBIA OFFER $1 ON DEAD. ALIVE SABOTEURS Ankara (WNS)—The Nazi disregard for human life, particularly the lives of Jews, was demonstrated by an offer made by Nazi occupying auhtorities in Serbia of the equivalent of $1 for the capture dead or alive of every "Jewish saboteur," it was reported here. The offer was reportde to be encouraging pro-Nazi elements in the population to murder Jews and then claim the $1 reward. k ii ..sb.olufWU* t „A Viexs* h-lr^ #t no<>*ana* -sfCTRfc: Its con1 dairy *"~7 ti p r.o **—d veg et a l* cx-K ^.t does the i b in -/. 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