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wJewish IFloiridliai m i% COMBINING F#7€ jQWlStl HJilBty *3&JL Qsuxrijtdk VJJLOMJ^ H VOLUME 14—No. 34 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 22. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS ROOSEVELT PAYS TRIBUTE TO OR. J New York (WNS) — Captain James Roosevelt, son of the president, who visited the Hebrew University in Jerusalem during his recent tour of Palestine, paid high tribute to Dr. Judah Magnes and the University in a letter sent to Edward M. M. Warburg. "I am delighted to tell you that my visit to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem was one of the most, interesting and inspiring features of my trip," Captain Roosevelt wrote. "Dr. Magnes has a group of scholars and has created an atmosphere whose contribution to intellectual development cannot be overestimated Having been there, I can appreciate the courage and fortitude they are showing in carrying on their work under most disturbing conditions. "It is a spirit closely akin to that of the American pioneers and there could be no greater or prouder way of planting our flag for the encouragement of freedom of thought and learning. I hope that you, as chairman of the executive committee, and all of the friends of the Hebrew University will continue to give your solid support to Dr. Magnes, as a soldier truly in the front lines, and to his university." DOMES AND SHOPS IN LEMBERG ARE TOTAL WRECKS Stockholm (WNS)—The Jewish district of Lemberg, which the Soviet army was forced to yield to Nazi troops, is a mass of ruins with all Jewish homes and shops destroyed, according to reports received here from Swedish journalists accompanying the Nazi army. The correspondents reported that during their tour of Lemberg, which previously had a large Jewish population, they saw no Jews in the streets. The Jews were said to be hiding among the ruins which formerly were homes, fearing arrest and torture if they were found by Nazis on the streets. It was believed that a good part of the Jewish population evacuated Lemberg with the Red army. The windows of all Jewish shops were smashed, the reports said, indicating that the invading Nazi soldiers had plundered the Jewish tradesmen of their possessions. The Nazis entered Jewish homes and carried off valuable possessions, destroying what they were unable to carry with them. All accounts of the Nazi occupation of Galicia reported executions of hundreds of young Jews and criminal assaults against Jewish girls and women. At no time, the reports said, did Nazi officers make any attempt to curb their men. NOTED JEWISH LEADERS INCLUDED IN POLISH BODY Tel Aviv (WNS)—The Polish relief delegation which is expected to depart momentarily for Moscow to supervise relief operations for Polish citizens released from internment in Soviet Russia includes two prominent Polish Jewish leaders. The Jewish members of the relief delegation are Dr. Apolinari Maximilian Hartglass, former member of the Polish Parliament and Zionist leader, and Rabbi Soratkin, former rabbi of BrestLitovsk and leader of the Polish Agudah. PALESTINE TO ALLOW ENTRIES THREE Jerusalem (WNS) — Indicative of the immigration to Palestine which continues despite wartime obstacles, the government announced this week that 850 new certificates would be issued for the three months ending Sept. 30, of whom about 100 will be non-Jews. An immigrant may bring in his wife and minor children under his certificate. (More than 35,000 Jewish refugees from lands under Nazi domination were settled in Palestine since the outbreak of the war in September, 1939, UPA chairman, Abba Hillel Silver announced.) The government's action was taken under its recently announced policy of issuing threemonth quotas containing limited numbers of entry permits for tne duration of the war. According to the administration's policy, difficulties in obtaining transportation, coupled with economic problems in Palestine, make it impossible to issue the six-month detailed immigration schedules which formerly were the practice. NAZIS IMPOSE LARCEFINEON LEMBERG JEHUS London (WNS)—Nazi military authorities in Lemberg have imposed a collective fine of 20.000,000 rubles, approximately $4,000.000. on the Jewish community of that city, according to Polish Government sources here. The Nazis arrested 500 prominent Lemberg Jews and will hold them as hostages until the fine is paid, these sources said. The \azis warned the Lemberg Jewish community that the 500 Jews would be executed unless the fine is paid immediately. The report stated that Jews in Lemberg as well as in other parts of Eastern Galicia, which was wrested from Soviet Russia by the invading Nazi army, are completely at the mercy of marauding bands of violently anti-Semitic Ukranians which were organized and trained in Berlin before the war to instigate anti-Jewish riots and pogroms. HUNGARY PLANS TO DEPORT JEWS TO NAZI GALICIA Lisbon (WNS)—Rejecting pleas by Hungarian Jewish leaders, the pro-Nazi Hungarian government speeded up plans to deport more than 120.000 "foreign" Jews to Nazi-occupied Galicia, it was learned in authoritative circles here. Foreign-born Jews and in many cases the children of alien Jews have been notified by the government to wind up their business and personal affairs and to hold themselves in readiness for deportation to Nazi-controlled Galicia. Thousands of lews have already been shipped into Galicia while thousands more are waiting in Hungarian concentration camps until their transportation to Galicia can be arranged. Thousands of Jewish families have been ruthlessly broken up by the expulsion measure, with many young children forcibly separated from their parents. Hungarian Jews are in a state of panic as the search for foreign-born Jews is rapidly assuming the proportions of a witch hunt. Police patrols roam the streets day and night, arresting Jews who cannot show citizenship papers. Included among those arrested were many Hungarian born Jews who are eligible for citizenship but the government has refused to issue the necessary certificates to them. A delegation of prominent Hungarian Jews attempted to see government authorities in the hope of obtaining leniency but was refused an audience by all important officials. Meanwhile, Hungarian Jews have been shunning the streets, fearing arrest and deportation if they are picked up by a police patrol. Even Jewish patients in hospitals and sanitoriums are not safe from the police dragnet. The Boersen Zeitung reported that Hungarian police invaded the Jewish Hospital in Budapest and the Schwanenberg sanitorium and transported many foreign-born Jews to concentration camps preparatory to expulsion to Galicia. The Nazi newspaper reported that at one concentration camp alone, Korosmezo, 12.000 Jews were being held for deportation. NAZIS TEST NEW CHOLERA CURE ON DUTCH JEWS Zurich (WNS)—Nazi authorities rounded up a number of young Dutch Jews, ranging in age from 18 to 25, and sent them to Germany where they were used as guinea pigs by Nazi scientists to test an untried cure for cholera, the Moscow radio reported. Twenty percent of the young Jews, recruited by force from Amsterdam, died as a result of the experiments. Nazi scientists injected the cholera germ into their human guinea pigs, the Moscow radio said, and then tried to cure them with a new serum. Despite early signs that the new serum was ineffective the Nazis continued their experiments until Ihey had killed one-fifth of the young Jews. PALESTINE MARKS 800TH ANNIVERSARY OF HALEVI Jerusalem (WNS)—Ceremonies in the ancient synagogue of Jochanan ben Zakkai and a procession to the Wailing Wall were held this week in observance of the 800th anniversary of the arrival in Palestine of Yehudah Halevi, famous Hebrew poet of the Golden Age in Spain. At the Wailing Wall, reputed scene of Yehudah's assassination, his poem, "My Heart is in the East," was recited by the crowd. Zionist leaders and Hebrew poets were among the speakers at the synagogue ceremony. NEVILLE LASKI WINS AGAINST PAPER "TRUTH" London (WNS)—Neville Laski. former president of the British Board of Jewish Deputies, was awarded 525 pounds sterling damages with costs in his libel suit against the anti-Semitic publication, "Truth," and Henry Newnham, one of the magazine's writers. The British Jewish leader brought suit after the magazine "Truth" published an article by Newnham last August alleging that Mr. Laski was a coward and had evaded miltary service in the first world war. Testimony at the trial revealed that Mr. Laski had served with the British forces in the last war in Gallipoli, Sinai and France, until he was released from military service service in 1917 after suffering from shell shock. The magazirie had made similar allegations against Harold Laski, brother of Neville and at present a leader of the British Labor Party, but it was pointed out that Harold Laski had been rejected for military service by a medical board. MAKES PICTURE FOR NAZI LANDS Lisbon (WNS)—The Nazi UFA film company has prepared for distribution in all Nazi-occupied countries a new anti-Jewish film "The Sinister Power of Jewish Bolshevism." which "proves" the Jews are responsible for the present war and that all Jews are Communists, it was learned here. The film purports to show rabbis taking an active role in the guerilla warfare against Nazi troops and describes "how Jewish women stab Nazi soldiers." A part of the pogrom-inciting film is devoted to scenes showing Jewish men and women setting fire to Christian homes and churches. The film concludes with a scene showing that Lenin, Stalin, and other noted Communist leaders are Jewish. The musical background of the film is composed of a mixture of the Communist Internationale and the "Hatikvah." DISCRIMINATE ACTS AT AIRPORT HOUR CHARGES New York (WNS)—The airlines at LaGuardia Field, major Eastern air terminal named in honor of the militant anti-Nazi mayor of New York, refuse to employ Jews, Italians and negroes, it was charged here by The Hour, anti-Fascist weekly. Expressing confidence that Mayor LaGuardia was unaware that the airport bearing his name was pursuing "racist policies characteristic of the Third Reich." The Hour disclosed that it had informed the mayor of the discrimination policies in effect at the airport. The publication charged that "the New York State Employment Service specifies in its Confidential Clearance Sheets that only 'white Chris! ians' are eligible for employment at LaGuardia Airport, This applies even to manual work such as that performed by laborers, attendants, porters, etc." A recent applicant for a painter's job at the airfield was told, it was reported, "neither Jews nor Italians are wanted." It was believed that an official investigation of the employment practices at the airfield would be quickly launched since the mayor has on several occasions voiced bitter condemnation of discrimination in employment. ANOTHER 1,700 JEWS EXECUTED AS Istanbul (W N S)—Rumanian and Nazi military authorities in Bessarabia and northern Bukovina, territories retaken from Soviet Russia, continued their sickening mass murders of Jews this week, executing 1,700 Jews on the ground that they were "pro-Russian," it was reported here. Included among the 1.700 Jews were some of the most prominent Jews in Bessarabia. Nazi troops in each village in Bessarabia rounded up the best known Jews and shot them after a Nazi military court found them guilty. In Kishinev alone, the report said, 800 Jews were executed. The total number of Jews killed in Rumania and the recaptured provinces of Bessarabia and Bukovina since the start of the German-Russian war has now reached the appalling figure of 12,000. Most of the Jews were executed as "Communist agents and saboteurs." No end of this orgy of killing is in sight, with the anti-Jewish campaign throughout Rumania unrelenting in its violence. A report from Bucharest stated that Nazi military authorities had seized all Jewish hospitals and clinics in the Rumanian capital to make room for the thousands of wounded Nazi and Rumanian soldiers returning from the front.



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1941 vJewisti fforiafiar KING'S. 2 *^ KOMMENTS 00 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Where there's a will, there's a way But some people have too much to say And of whom we're thinking, you've heard Yes, that's right, that's the bird. He goes everywhere—none to compare And knows everything—contradict, I dare He's always talking—always squawking Now and then you'll find him balking. If with him you don't agree My, how dumb you surely must be He's one of those office seekers And likes to play finders keepers. But wise to him we're getting Get away with more we're not letting For he's found the sun setting Despite all his useless fretting. With his grab-it-all ambition Now he's run out of ammunition Though some good he has done And some battles he has won You'll find enough is enough Of anyone's—that kind of stuff. PAGE THREE 1 %  %  g= ZIONIST MEET TO TAKE STAND ON L HOME A rock of Gibraltar when measured by common sense and cool, calm judgment is leaving our midst for at least a year and is a stone that as a community asset will take many, many pebbles to replace. Within 30 days he will depart to do his bit for our country as he has done for the community and our people. It is not original or new but what might be termed appropos when one of our returnees to the city was asked concerning his wife's operation, "if everything came out all right." From where did the rumor emulate that the newly passed and at present much discussed "fictitious name law" was an anti-Semitic law designed to put our brethren on the spot. Worth a little chuckle was the attorney who presiding at an organizational meeting announced that he would appoint himself as chairman of a rather important committee because in his opinion he had the ability to handle it. Worth noting is the behind the scene sentiment that is crystalizing for the much needed community center project. A few good pushes properly timed will start the ball rolling and give it the momentum it must have. And there's the funeral director who expects shortly to advertise "Free Funeral For Hitler. Please Deliver Remains to —-." A sad commentary for "Americans" in America when of 51 replies to a classified advertisement, 45 stated their religious and denominational affiliations in an effort to obtain the position—information that was not asked for. What difference does it make as long as you can fill the job. Will he prostitute his talents on the "business is business" theory—this M. C. in the entertainment field? It will mean the loss of every iota of respect this individual ever had if he acts unwisely—or is there more to it than appears on the surface. The answer—in about two weeks. London (WNS) — Few Jewish conferences in the last decade have evoked as much interest and speculation as the forthcoming conference of the Zionist Organization of Great Britain which opens here on September 7th. It was believed that the Zionist conclave would take a firm stand with regard to the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine. (The Zionist Organization of America will open its annual convention on September 6th in Cincinnati.—Ed. note.) Interest in the Zionist conference was heightened here with the arrival of David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, to report to British Zionist leaders on political problems offecting the Jewish position in Palestine and the Near East. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, will make an extensive report to the Zionist conference on the results of his four-month visit to the United States and will review the Jewish position throughout the world. In a recent interview with the Manchester Guardian, Dr. Weizmann demanded that Great Britain take a positive stand with regard to the Jewish national home in Palestine. It was generally believed here that Dr. Weizmann would reiterate this demand and would urge British acceptance of a Jewish army at the conference. LOCAL RESIDENT ADMITTED TO FLORIDA STATE BAR Conflicting rumors reach King's typewriter with regard to OPM calling to Washington for a nice job one of our "limelight" leaders—One source says definite—another, ridiculous. King is checking. For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Isaac Joffe resident of Miami for the past year and former executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was admitted to the Florida State Bar and was sworn in before Judge Worth W. Trammell this week. Mr. Joffe was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1915 and practiced law for many years Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation l>AI>E FEIIEILU • %  > MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVEMUE Resources Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President I Isaac Joffe in New York and vicinity, and from, which several years ago he entered the field of social work, an avocation of long standing. Mr. Joffe will shortly announce his plans for the opening of offices for the practice of law in this area. J* la theacSTf Z* TO CHECK THE Y. M. H. A NOTES : By HARRY SCHWARTZ Boat Ride The boat ride being sponsored by the Junior Division of girls will take place on Monday evening, August 25, at 8:30 o'clock on the beautiful Yacht Seven Seas. Tickets are only 50e and are going fast. If you want to go on this ride, make your reservations at once, otherwise you may be left "standing on the pier." The proceeds of this affair will go towards the Y general activities fund. It is a very worthy cause, and you are asked to help along by coming to this boat ride. There will be dancing on the boat and a good time is assured to all those who will come. Judge Williams Main Speaker At Joint Meeting On Wednesday evening, August 27, the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will have its first joint meeting under the new administrations. An interesting program is being planned by Mrs. Maurice Grossman, program chairman of the Y. W. H. A. Judge Ross Williams, of the Dade County Circuit Court, will be guest speaker, and a musical program is being planned. Many interesting reports will be taken up at the meeting. Refreshments will be served. Everyone is invited. Y Picnic Huge Success One of the finest events of its kind held in a long time took olace last Sunday afternoon at Greynolds Park when the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. held a picnic. Over three hundred people were present and joined in the gala program of festivities. The feature of the afternoon was the wonderful performance by the children of the Home Camp, under the able leadership of Miss Dayhoff and Herbert R. Myers. It certainly was a thrill to see what a wonderful job was done in so short a time with the children. For the older folks, the A. K. soft-softball game was a rare treat. Leo Ackerman was pitcher for the Yussels and Max Goldstein for the Mussels. Other events were, the fat man's race, the one hundred yard dash and the Moishe calling contest. The latter was won by Mrs. George Rachlin. Everyone there voted this a very fine affair. Bowling Thursday night, August 21 terminated the play of the old league. The Deuces, who won both halves, are the leaders in the league. This team is composed of Sam Tendrich, captain; Pete Silverman, Louis Spector, Leroy Feldman and Jerry Goldsmith. On next Thursday, August 28, the play-off will be held to determine the winners of the second and third teams. A banquet is being planned for all the bowlers, at which time awards and prizes will be distributed. The new league opens Thursday, September 4 and will be composed of eight teams. In the past many have complained that when they come down to play, they are unable to get on a team because all teams have been filled. We want to give you plenty of time and opportunity to join the new league. Our mot; to will be "First come, First Served." This sport is so popular that we must insist on your promptness. Fall Program Maurice Grossman, executive director, is now in the process of preparing the fall program of activities for the Y. Although plans are incomplete, a preview may be given'at in is time. Public speaking class for (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) We've Changed to. In Our House! You guessed it A GAS REFRIGERATOR # And, note's *£*%.. are no mov„r* and, what s besi £ree zing a UtUe tiny BfJ olt o£ we.th.x. the job ..•* PEOPLES5£^^|p§32 COMPANY KillyvMi Ft. Laiderdale Mini lead



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F1UDAY, AUGUST 22, 1941 +Je*lsli flcrMlar) PAGE FTVE TEMPLE ISRAEL 1J7 N. B. Itth Street Office Phone *-77 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Congregational Regular Friday evening service, Temple Israel, Friday evening, at 8:15 p. m„ with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Friday evening services are continued at the Temple through the summer, with congregational participation and singing. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Yahrzeits: Rosa Goldstein, mother of Mrs. Alex Mendelson; Anna Goldman, mother of Mrs. Leonard Jacobus. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami 1 Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. TWrd Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, R-ibbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 DANISH CITY MAYOR BARS PROPAGANDA DISTRIBUTION Geneva (W N S)—Distribution of anti-Jewish propaganda has been forbidden in the city of Randers, in Nazi-occupied Denmark, as a precautionary measure to protect from violencenot the Jews—but "the local Nazi stormtroopers, it was learned here. It appears that the dissemination of violent anti-Semitic propaganda in a number of Danish cities has been followed by antiNazi riots in which many Nazi stormtroopers were beaten. Anti-Jewish leaflets in Denmark presumably have" the opposite effect on the general population. When the local Nazis approached the Mayor of Randers regarding the distribution of anti-Jewish leaflets, the Mayor put his foot down in the interest of peace, fearing anti-Nazi disturbances, the report said. TO CHECK **J .W*^ IN /DAYS 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 Dovid Congregation and Sisterhood Sabbath Service This Sabbath which coincides with the first of the month of Ellul is known as "Shabbos Ha Chodesh." Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct services and cantor H. Marbein will chant the prayers. Boruch Habaim We welcome to our midst the newly elected Cantor of Beth David, Cantor Harry Marbein who will be directly in charge of the musical affairs of our institution. A biographical sketch and accomplishments of the renowned cantor will be published shortly. A Warning We wish to advise the general Jewish community that, as in the past so this year Mushroom synagogues are beginning to sprout in this area for the coming High Holidays and for personal profit of the few engaged in such sacriligious activities. Should you be approached to purchase tickets investigate before you become involved. If Jews of a community affiliated themselves with established religious institutions then and only then can there be the elimination of mushroom synagogues. Be on your guard and do not worship in any place which opens for the Holidays only, for you will be aiding in the continuance of such evil practice. High Holy Choir Anyone interested in voice culture should call the office, 2-1473. Beth David Congregation, under the very able direction of the noted Cantor H. Marbein of New York, will have an excellent choir for the High Holidays and throughout the year. If you are interested contact the office at once. Yahneiten The following beloved ones whose names are inscribed in our Beth David Memorial Book of Life will have the anniversaries of their demise observed during the coming month of Ellul. Tsharne, sister of I. Rosengarten, August 24; Ehizar, father of Joseph Rabinowitz, August 25; Malachai, father of Nathan Speigelman, August 26; Yaacov, father of George Goldberg. Aug. 26; Ephraim, father of Milton Zohn, Aug. 28; Yitzchok Zalman, father of Ed Barmen, Aug. 29; Nacham, father of Nat and Burnett Roth, Aug. 29; Yehudah, husband of Yetta Geier, Sept. 1; Rochael Leah, grandmother of M. J. Kopelowitz, Sept. 3; Avrohom Nesanel, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Badanes, Sept. 5; Hershel, husband of Mrs. Westrich, Sept, 5; Yitzchok, father of Stuart Gordon, Sept. 6; Chaya Sorer, sister of I. Rosengarten, Sept. 7; Devorah Rivka, in memory of Dora Cohen, Sept. 8; Freda, in memory of Freda Markowitz, Sept. 8; Yechiel father of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, Sept. 9; Rochel Elka, mother of Mrs. S. B. Miller, Sept. 10; Eliyohu, father of Harold Pont, Sept. 10; Rochel Leah, mother of Gussie Sokolow, Sept. 12; Michel, father of Molly Mandel, Sept 12; Lieba, mother of Mrs. Philip Segall, Sept. 13; Tzirel, mother of Ed Scheer, Sept. 14; Michel Leazar, father of Mrs. L. Heiman, Sept. 13; Pinchus, father of S. B. Miller, Sept. 16; Tanchum, in memory of H. Cohen, Sept. 17; Shloma Yaacov, father of Al Levine, Sept. 17; Rav Yehudah Laeb, father of Harry and Clifford Gordon, Sept. 18; Hirsch Mordecai, son of Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Sept. 18; Golda, mother of Mrs. I. Brown, Sept. 18; Moshe Hirsh, father of Jack Zion, Sept. 18. The Yahrzeit is observed from sunset of the evening before the english date mentioned above until sundown of the date mentioned. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KEI.UVF.R, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maanv 6 :00 p. m Friday _.. 5:15 and 8:30 p. m Sabbath Service 8 :30 a. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE8, Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21st Terrace 29-YEAR-OLD JEW EXECUTED BECAUSE OF LOVE AFFAIR Zurich (WNS)—A Nazi cour; in Breslau found Benjamin Zadik, 29-year-old German Jew, guilty of "rassenschande" (racial violation) and sentenced him to death despite pleas for clemency from his "Aryan" sweetheart, it was reported here. Declarc-i guilty of one of the highest crimes of the new Reich, the young Jew was shortly afterwards beheaded. rKSusT BROSTRJ^ J*" U the BEST.' High Holy Days The High Holy Days, are fast approaching, the evening of Sunday, September 21 marking Rosh Hashona beginning of our new year. Preparations are being made now at the synagogue for High Holiday services and choir singing which we hope to emulate over previous year's. Details of seating arrangements, ticket reservations, etc., in our synagogue will be announced in this column next week. Important Board Meeting H. M. Drewich, president of the congregation, has called a board meeting for Tuesday evening. August 26 at 8 o'clock at the new synagogue and final arrangements concerning the holidays will be made. Ladies Auxiliary Meeting A regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday afternoon, August 26 at 2 o'clock at the new synagogue and all members are urged to attend. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with profound grief the untimely loss of our dear sister and friend the late Mrs. Dora Rosengarten, Oleho Hasholom, who was called to the Great Beyend last week. Her loss is a great source of sorrow to us and we extend to all members of her dear family the congregation's deepest sympathy. In these sad and sorrowful days for our people we could ill afford to lose such a devoted worker in the vineyard of the Lord. May her memory be a blessing and bs as a guiding light for those who are called upon to take her place. 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." il OST people who use Dr. Miles *** Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their headaches. In the Tegular package. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys 1% pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. MiUi Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, cootain no opiates or laxative medicines. 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PAGE MX *Jewisi> fhrichar FRIDAY. AUGUST 2X 19U INSTITUTE TD ST4JDY EFFECTS OF HATE ON HATER Williamstown (WNS)—The effect of intolerance upon the one who practices it. marking a newapproach to the question of hatred, will be studied by social scientists and educators at one of the sessions of the Williamstown Institute of Human Relations, which opens Aug. 24 on the campus of Williams College under the sponsorship of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Dr. David M. Levy. New York psychiatrist, on Aug. 28 will present findings of an investigation into the effects of "hate" on the individual human personality, showing the various stages of frustration, general hostility, guilt and even insanity through which its victims are led. The session will be entitled "Intolerance—Its Toll Upon the Into erant." The analysis should prove a new step in the development of a pattern of improved human relations, according to Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. director of the institute. The Institute this year will have as its theme, "The World We Want to Live In." and is scheduled as the first nationa educational forum on post-war principles and problems. Educators will share the discussions with leaders from religion, business, labor, youth and community organizations at the sessions opening Sunday night and extending until next Friday. CROATIAN JEWS SUFFER HARD UNDER NEW REGIME Geneva—The extent to which the Jewish community of the puppet state of Croatia is suffering under the rule of Croatian fascists, buttressed by Italian and German overlords, was graphically shown today in a statement by Dr. Ante Pavelitch, Croatia, Dr. Pavelitch declared, is solving the Jewish problem "promptly and thoroughly." The Jewish community of Zagreb is a case In point of the means employed to "liquidate" the Jews. IS EOF LEADER BLAME JEWS FOR RIOTS INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of Benjamin Baggish who has failed to contribute to the support of his wife and three children since March 1st, 1941, as a result of which they are in destitute circumstances and in need of his financial assistance. Mr. Baggish. who is believed to be in Florida, is about 41 years old. 5 feet 11 inches tall, heavy set, weighing 235 pounds, has black hair, dark brown eyes, dark complected, has some burn marks on one side of his face near hs jaw and on his arm. and is an attorney. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. Lisbon (WNS> — Hundreds of Jews were arrested and sent to concentration camps following a series of anti-Nazi demonstrations in Paris and other parts of occupied France, it was reported here. Drastic police action failed to curb the anti-Nazi demonstrators and a number of Nazi soldiers were shot during the rioting, the report said. The Paris press attributed the anti-Nazi riots to the subversive activities of Jews and Communists, justifying the brutal beatings given Jews by Nazi troops. The situation in Paris is still not under control by the Nazi police, with spontaneous anti-Nazi demonstrations flaring up in all sections of the city. Meanwhile, the arrest of Pierre Delamare. an "Aryan" administrator of Jewish business enterprises, brought to light a scheme whereby notorious swindlers were using the anti-Jewish laws to mulct huge sums of money from desperate Jews. Delamare was arrested while extorting 10.000 francs from a Jewish merchant. He had threatened to send the Jew to a concentration camp unless the Jew gave him 30.000 francs. Delamare was accused also of extorting huge sums from other Jews in return for a promise to prolong the "liquidation" of their business affairs. That the swindling of Jews is conducted on a wide scale was evident in a report from Nice which disclosed how an unidentified Jewish banker was swindled out of 1,000.000 francs by two French "Aryans", who promised to return the Jewish banker to his former post. MtSM cin .„, ... ..,., ......i.i mini comintmi New York (WNS)—A gang of young pro-Nazis, led by a 17year-old German-American who was schooled for a year in Nazi Germany, recently burned a fiery cross on the front lawn of Dr. David de Sola Pool's summer cottage at Ocean Beach, Fire Island, it was learned. The youthful Hitlerites, in true Fascist style, wore long white hoods, which, the police later discovered, were made of sheets and pillow cases belonging to members of the summer colony. Dr. Pool was reading from his collection of historic letters describing the persecution of Jews when he noted the blazing cross. The hoodlums fled when Dr. Pool, rabbi of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, went out to the lawn to investigate. Police investigation disclosed that the gang was composed of sons of German-Americans who had been taught the fine points of Nazism by a young Hitlerite who returned from Germany last year. The gang had been holding frequent meetings, where the members made anti-Semitic speeches and hatched plots against the Jews. After a particularly frenzied meeting, they stole sheets and pillow cases, made a crude cross and "raided" Dr. De Pool's home. CAPITOL LETTER Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital by MAURICE WARNER Haifa—The Nautical School of the Haifa Hebrew Technical Institute is now entering its fourth year with 52 students. During the summer vacation, the students intend to undertake practical maritime experience. They are required to remain another year to complete their final course. There are four classes in the School— rowing, marine engineering, sailing and boat building and radio-telegraphy. New students are required to choose one of the four. Washington — Frankly speaking, I think it's time to quit kidding ourselves. I mean about our little group of isolationists and appeasers. We ought to stand back and take a long look. Then I think we'll see them the way they are. Lindbergh. Wheeler and the rest are nice people and we find it a little difficult to use the nasty words "Quisling" and "ProNazi" concerning them. We'd rather tell ourselves that they have been "misled" or that they are "mistaken, but have the best intentions." The reason for our attitude isn't difficult to analyze. We just can't bring ourselves to believe that a Senator, a heroic, clean-cut aviator or a distinguished diplomat could betray their country's way of life. We think of people like that as furtive, mean little characters who live in a half-lit world of intrigue and secret plots. They don't speak before masses in Madison Square Garden under the glare of spotlights and with nice lady novelists on the platform behind them. Let's take a look at Europe where all this appeasement business got its start. The ranks of the appeasers and those who would rather see France fall than to sacrifice any of their advantages and beliefs to the will of the majority contained lots of nice people. That was true in Austria, in Czechoslovakia,, in the Low Countries and in Norway and Denmark. But, we say, we don't believe our isolationists and appeasers want to see America defeated in battle. They just believe in non-intervention, in working out our own destinies. Perhaps SOL But, the nice people of Europe, nevertheless, paved the way far their countries' defeat in war against the aggressor. They paved the way by their destruction of national unity, by crippling the mental attitude as necessary for defense as guns and planes. And even if America is not invaded, there is little question that a victorious Hitler means a radical readjustment of the American way of life. Few farsighted men can believe that we will not lose a great measure of our freedom of thought, action and enterprise. I cannot believe that many of our leading appeasers and peace at any price advocates cannot see this. Consequently, I cannot help but believe that they are prepared to make these sacrifices —that they may even consider their loss a desirable change. Colonel Lindbergh has been described as a gr^at admirer of the orderly revolution in Germany and in Europe. He sees in the "Wave of the Future" an irresistable social and economic force that it is not only impossible, but stupid to resist. Wheeler, Lindbergh and their associates want certain things changed here, too—they want an American revolution. There is little question that they are prepared tosacrifice many of the things you. I and the rest of the ordinary people hold dear, although we don't always realize how we prize them until they vanish. So. I repeat, it's time for us ordinary people to quit kidding, ourselves. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago Highlights of a Year's J.D.C. Work Overseas | During the past twelvemonth the Joint Distribution Committee has brought vital help directly and indirectly to a million suffering Jewissh men. women and children abroad without sending American dollars into Nazi-dominated territories or violating the British blockade. J.D.C.-supported rescue, relief, emigration and reconstruction activities included, as shown above: (1) Providing food, clothing, shelter, and other aid for more than half a million Jews in war-torn Poland, and many thousands in other Eastern European countries (2) Eimilar programs for scores of thousands of refugees in conquered France where an injured child is shown being treated in a J.D.C.-supported clinic. (3) Training for emigration—photo shows prospective emigrants to Palestine learning carpentry in Vilna. (4) Emigration aid which enabled thousands to escape from Europe—picture shows emigrant sboarding ship at Lisbon, where J.D.C. kept the gateway to freedom open. (5) Hel pto 110,000 refugees recently arrived in South America where J.D.C. assisted retraining, resettlement and economic aid programs. (6) Support of thousands of refugees in Shanghai where they fled because it was the only open port in the world. Inset is Edward M. M. Warburg who became chairman of, J.D.C. in February. ... 3 ) i I r.--.'Mft-33^rV>& ; &^'pK><'e M %  ^ %  ann——B^—m—nnni— i*VJttw*asiit. V -'-••-. ^ IHiiiiiH



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THIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1941' +Jewlst) FhrMkui PAGE SEVEM DRIVE OF NAZI JEWS OUT SAYS DICTATOR Geneva OWNS)—Total liquidaof the "Jewish problem" in Croatian is imminent, with thousands of Jews being driven out of Croatia into compulsory labor and concentration camps, according to a report given to Stefani. official Italian news agency, by Dictator Ante Pavelicb, the Yugoslavian Quisling. Pavelich assured the Fascist news agency that Croatia would soon be "judenrein," reporting "steady progress" in his violent anti-Jewish drive. He implied that similar restrictive measures had been undertaken against the Serbs in Croatia. "The Jewish question," the little Fuehrer said, "will be liquidated in the shortest possible time. It has been a very serious question with us and has had very complex economic aspects. In Zagreb alone there were 18,000 Jews, and now barely 4.000 remain. Those will be sent to work or concentration camps." The anti-Jewish campaign in Croatia is assuming fearful proportions. It was reported here that Rabbi Matke Enge of Zagreb, the Croatian capital, had been executed by the Nazis, who accused the rabbi of hiding in his home an anti-Nazi guerilla. The report added that more than 6,000 Croatian Jews had been sent for forced labor to the Croatian salt mines along the Adriatic coast. The Jews were reported to be working under the most inhuman conditions, with young children forced to share the fate of their parents. Working all day under a blazing sun, with insufficient drinking water, food and medicine supplies, these Jews were reported to be falling easy victims to l>ven -and epidemics. -Many of the children and older men and women are dying of thirst and starvation, the report said. Meanwhile, a report received from Belgrade said that the Nazi military authorities had given the Jewish community there perto organize emergency kitchens to feed Jewish children. The permisson was given, it was learned, only after epidemics threatened to sweep the city. The Nazi authorities flatly rejected, however, a request to open soup kitchens for Jewish children in Zagreb. A Nazi spokesman said that they were determined to drive the entire Jewish population out of Croatia. SETS DEADLINE FOR OUSTING OF JEWS FROM JOBS Vichy (WNS)—Thousands of Jews in unoccupied France will receive their last pay envelope on September 15, the date set by the totalitarian Vichy government as the deadline for the ousting of Jews from the liberal professions and a wide variety of commercial enterprises, it was announced here. With Nazi Germany now in complete control of unoccupied France, as a result of the appointment of pro-Nazi Admiral Jean Darlan as virtual dictator of France, it became readily apparent that the anti-Jewish laws would be speeded up. In addition to Jewish professionals who will be barred from practice as of the middle of next month, the decree will affect Jews engaged in banking, stockbroking, advertising, real estate, journalism, radio broadcasting, publishing, motion pictures, the theatre, and a number ol other fields. The Vichy government announced the appointment of regional directors for the "Aryanization of economy" foreshadowing the removal of all Jews from the country's national economy. These appintments gave rise to fears that with the liquidation ol Jews in the professions about to be completed, the anti-Semitic regime will devote itself to the small Jewish tradesmen and mercbants.At the same time, the Vichy/ government announced that a department of Jewish Affairs will be set up in Algeria to bring the anti-Jewish laws to the estimated 110,000 Jews there. Xavier Vallat, the French commissioner for Jewish Affairs who has been shuttling back and forth from Paris. HKE UP nmERICH! By WES K. FREIHERD • An Expose of Un-American Activities in the United States. • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST A LARGEST All-Year Hotel THE RIVIERA Near Daytona Beach. ideal Convention or Coherence Bcadquurtere. Capacttt /OB. The only Hotel Bar open all year betweom Jacksonville & Palm Beach. Radio and Fan In Every Room. Golf Links. Artesian Swimming Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis, Badminton, Ping Pong, Croquet, Horseshoe and Shuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Convention Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds. COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA, AT THE BIRTHPLACE OF THE TRADE WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current meets the Gulf Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing are Superb. Write for Special Summer Rates, April to Deeemoer. Hotel Riviera, Box 429, Daytona Beach, Fla. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL & CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. Nasi Agent Arretted by FBI. Linked to Fifth Columnists On September 16, 1939, in an article exposing subversive activities in Milwaukee, Wis., The Hour named Ernst Goerner as one of the key Nazi agents in that city. Last week Fifth Columnist Goerner was arrested by FBI "counseling, aiding and abetting evasion of the Selective Service Act." For the past three months Goerner has been advising young men in Milwaukee not to register for the draft, and he has been using the mails to disseminate throughout the country propaganda urging the sabotaging of the Selective Service Act. The Hour has samples of the leaflets distributed by Goerner. They include such statements as: "The Constitution does not provide for conscription and explicitly forbids involuntary service in any form, and therefore conscription cannot be justly legally enforced Any refusal to serve in the armed forces, or any effort to evade an anti-constitutional draft law is not a crime, not an act of cowardice or a dodging of duty, or a desertion, but solely is an act of courageous patriotism." The leaflet also publicizes the familiar Nazi propaganda canard that "international Jewry" is responsible for the war. Goerner Co-Workers The Hour can disclose that Ernst Goerner has received considerable assistance in his Fifth Column activities from Herbert Lawson Smith of 2218 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa., who is a key distributor of Goerner's propaganda material. In his correspondence with Smith, Goerner has frequently used the alias "K. Bennett." Smith, who is particularly active in the Social Justice Union, is the ringleader of a fascist group in Philadelphia. He is in intimate contact with leading Fifth Columnists throughout the country. Among his closest associates in Philadelphia is Major Max Livingston, an army reserve officer. Significantly, Herbert Smith's son, who assists in the subversive efforts of his father, managed to maneuver his way into a job at duPont de Nemours. In the original article on Ernst Goerner, it was revealed that this Nazi agent was collaborating with Father Coughlin of Royal Oak, Michigan. The Hour urged that the FBI immediately investigate the close connections Ernst Goerner has maintained with Herbert Lawson Smith and Father Charles E. Coughlin. Note on LaGuardia Field In view of the militant antiNazi stand consistently maintained by Mayor Fiorella H. LaGuardia of New York City, it is highly incongruous that the airport carrying his name should pursue racist policies characteristic of the Third Reich. The airlines at LaGuardia Field, according to reliable information reaching The Hour, refuse to employ persons of Jewish faith, as well as Italians and Negroes. The New York State Employment Service specifies in its confidential Clearance Sheets that only "white Christians" are eligible for employment at the LaGuardia airport. This applies even to manual work such as that performed by laborers, attendants, porters, etc. A recent application for a painter's job at the airfield was told, "Neither Jews nor Italians are wanted." Confident that Mayor LaGuardia is unaware of this condition at the airport, The Hour has written a letter to him informing him of the facts. Poll By Congressman Day Congressman Stephen A. Day. whose literary efforts have been published by the Nazi propaganda agency Flanders Hall Publishers, Inc., is currently conducting an "anti-war" poll. Making use of his franking privilege he is sending through the mails a form letter which states in part: Dear Friend: I am writing to you because your name appears in a publication that contains the names of outstanding people of the day. Everyone realizes that we are face to face with war. It is the greatest issue with which the American people have been confronted since the birth of the Republic. In order that I may have on expression of opinion from all over the United States, I urge you to mark the enclosed ballot and return it to me at once. You need not sign your name. I merely want to know how American leaders stand. The letter is accompanied by a penny post card with the return address of Hon, Stephen A. Day, M. C.| House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. The card, entitled "Ballot," requests checking of one of the two following statements: "The United States should enter the war"; "The United States Should stay out of the war." A recipient of this message from Representative Day has forwarded it with this query: "I'd like to know where Day gets the LEGAL NOTICES TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Notice la hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant u> Chapter No. 20953. UWB of Flbrlda. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the name of AL'TO COLLISION WORKS doing business at 125 N. E. 13 St., Miami. Florida. CHARLES WINKKLMAN WILLIAM WINKBI.MAN MAX RAYMOND SILVER Attorney for Applicants 8/22-29 9/3-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." Hou.se Bill No. 117:.. Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the Publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: CAI'T. AI,'S FISH MARKET under which I am engaged In business' at Number 2321 Southwest 17 Ave., In the City of Miami. Florida. That the party interested in said business enterprise, Is as follows: C. A LUSTER OIKLE Dated at Miami. Dads county, Florida August 21, 1941. 8, 22-29 9 '( %  12-19 TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN; Notice is hereby given that we, the undersigned, pursuant to Chapter No. 20953, Laws of Florida, 1941, will register with the Clerk of the C court. Dade County, Florida, upon receipt of publication of This notice, the name AUGUST BAKERY under which we are doing business at 861 8. W. 8 St., Miami, Florida. GERSON AUGUST SAM Al'Ol'ST HARRY AUGUST LOUIS AUGUST MAX RAYMOND SILVER Attorney for Applicants 8/22-29 9/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby £tven tint the undersigned, pursuant to th"Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the Publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: MILBl'RN Chapter No. 20953. I-aws of Florida, in business at Number 1390 Ocean Drive. In the City of Miami Beach. Florida. That the parties interested in said business enterprise, are as follows: A. FINLEY BINDER 1,11. I.IK BUWIENKRANZ MAX RAYMOND SILVER Attorney for Applicants Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida. August 21, 1941. 8, 22-29 9/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175. Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Iwl County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: "THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN." under which we are engaged in business at 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida. ETHEL SHOCHET FRED K. SHOCHET STANLEY C. MYERS, Atty. 505 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 8/22-29 9/5-12-19 money for the postage on those return post cards—not from his own pocket surely." Painting, Paperhanging Plastering Decorating Expert Workmanship Licensed and Insured Free Estimates PHONE 4-0884 Tri'Faith Prayers for Britons Symbolize Good Will in Action Goodwill in action during 5701 was most strikingly revealed by collaboration of Catholic, Protestant and Jew in efforts for the relief of the suffering population of Great Britain. No picture epitomizes this inter-creedal unity better than the above photo taken before a solemn pontifical mass celebrated at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral for the .stricken civilians of England. Attending the service were (left to right) Governor Herbert H. Lehman, member of Jordan Lodge of B'nai B'rith; Lord Halifax, British Ambassador; Archbishop Francis J. Spellman, Newbold Morris, president of the New York iCty Council; Joseph P. Kennedy, former Ambassador to Great Britain; Lady Halifax, Mrs. Lehman, Wendell Willkie, Postmaster General Frank C. Walker, Mrs. Walker an dKathleen Kennedy. I



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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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VOLUME 14No. 34
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. AUGUST 22. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
ROOSEVELT PAYS
TRIBUTE TO OR.
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New York (WNS) Captain
James Roosevelt, son of the pres-
ident, who visited the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem during
his recent tour of Palestine, paid
high tribute to Dr. Judah Mag-
nes and the University in a let-
ter sent to Edward M. M. War-
burg.
"I am delighted to tell you that
my visit to the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem was one of the
most, interesting and inspiring
features of my trip," Captain
Roosevelt wrote. "Dr. Magnes
has a group of scholars and has
created an atmosphere whose
contribution to intellectual de-
velopment cannot be overesti-
mated Having been there, I can
appreciate the courage and forti-
tude they are showing in carry-
ing on their work under most
disturbing conditions.
"It is a spirit closely akin to
that of the American pioneers
and there could be no greater or
prouder way of planting our flag
for the encouragement of free-
dom of thought and learning. I
hope that you, as chairman of
the executive committee, and all
of the friends of the Hebrew Un-
iversity will continue to give
your solid support to Dr. Mag-
nes, as a soldier truly in the
front lines, and to his university."
DOMES AND SHOPS
IN LEMBERG ARE
TOTAL WRECKS
Stockholm (WNS)The Jewish
district of Lemberg, which the
Soviet army was forced to yield
to Nazi troops, is a mass of ru-
ins with all Jewish homes and
shops destroyed, according to re-
ports received here from Swed-
ish journalists accompanying the
Nazi army.
The correspondents reported
that during their tour of Lem-
berg, which previously had a
large Jewish population, they
saw no Jews in the streets. The
Jews were said to be hiding
among the ruins which formerly
were homes, fearing arrest and
torture if they were found by
Nazis on the streets. It was be-
lieved that a good part of the
Jewish population evacuated
Lemberg with the Red army.
The windows of all Jewish
shops were smashed, the reports
said, indicating that the invad-
ing Nazi soldiers had plundered
the Jewish tradesmen of their
possessions. The Nazis entered
Jewish homes and carried off
valuable possessions, destroying
what they were unable to carry
with them.
All accounts of the Nazi occu-
pation of Galicia reported exe-
cutions of hundreds of young
Jews and criminal assaults
against Jewish girls and women.
At no time, the reports said, did
Nazi officers make any attempt
to curb their men.
NOTED JEWISH LEADERS
INCLUDED IN POLISH BODY
Tel Aviv (WNS)The Polish
relief delegation which is ex-
pected to depart momentarily
for Moscow to supervise relief
operations for Polish citizens re-
leased from internment in So-
viet Russia includes two promi-
nent Polish Jewish leaders.
The Jewish members of the
relief delegation are Dr. Apolin-
ari Maximilian Hartglass, former
member of the Polish Parliament
and Zionist leader, and Rabbi
Soratkin, former rabbi of Brest-
Litovsk and leader of the Polish
Agudah.
PALESTINE TO
ALLOW ENTRIES
THREE
Jerusalem (WNS) Indicative
of the immigration to Palestine
which continues despite wartime
obstacles, the government an-
nounced this week that 850 new
certificates would be issued for
the three months ending Sept.
30, of whom about 100 will be
non-Jews. An immigrant may
bring in his wife and minor child-
ren under his certificate.
(More than 35,000 Jewish refu-
gees from lands under Nazi dom-
ination were settled in Palestine
since the outbreak of the war in
September, 1939, UPA chairman,
Abba Hillel Silver announced.)
The government's action was
taken under its recently an-
nounced policy of issuing three-
month quotas containing limited
numbers of entry permits for tne
duration of the war. According
to the administration's policy, dif-
ficulties in obtaining transporta-
tion, coupled with economic
problems in Palestine, make it
impossible to issue the six-month
detailed immigration schedules
which formerly were the prac-
tice.
NAZIS IMPOSE
LARCEFINEON
LEMBERG JEHUS
London (WNS)Nazi military
authorities in Lemberg have im-
posed a collective fine of 20.000,-
000 rubles, approximately $4,-
000.000. on the Jewish community
of that city, according to Polish
Government sources here.
The Nazis arrested 500 promi-
nent Lemberg Jews and will hold
them as hostages until the fine
is paid, these sources said. The
\azis warned the Lemberg Jew-
ish community that the 500 Jews
would be executed unless the
fine is paid immediately.
The report stated that Jews in
Lemberg as well as in other
parts of Eastern Galicia, which
was wrested from Soviet Rus-
sia by the invading Nazi army,
are completely at the mercy of
marauding bands of violently
anti-Semitic Ukranians which
were organized and trained in
Berlin before the war to insti-
gate anti-Jewish riots and pog-
roms.
HUNGARY PLANS
TO DEPORT JEWS
TO NAZI GALICIA
Lisbon (WNS)Rejecting pleas
by Hungarian Jewish leaders,
the pro-Nazi Hungarian govern-
ment speeded up plans to deport
more than 120.000 "foreign"
Jews to Nazi-occupied Galicia, it
was learned in authoritative cir-
cles here.
Foreign-born Jews and in
many cases the children of alien
Jews have been notified by the
government to wind up their bus-
iness and personal affairs and
to hold themselves in readiness
for deportation to Nazi-controlled
Galicia.
Thousands of lews have al-
ready been shipped into Galicia
while thousands more are wait-
ing in Hungarian concentration
camps until their transportation
to Galicia can be arranged. Thou-
sands of Jewish families have
been ruthlessly broken up by the
expulsion measure, with many
young children forcibly separat-
ed from their parents.
Hungarian Jews are in a state
of panic as the search for for-
eign-born Jews is rapidly assum-
ing the proportions of a witch
hunt. Police patrols roam the
streets day and night, arresting
Jews who cannot show citizen-
ship papers. Included among
those arrested were many Hun-
garian born Jews who are eligi-
ble for citizenship but the gov-
ernment has refused to issue the
necessary certificates to them.
A delegation of prominent
Hungarian Jews attempted to see
government authorities in the
hope of obtaining leniency but
was refused an audience by all
important officials. Meanwhile,
Hungarian Jews have been shun-
ning the streets, fearing arrest
and deportation if they are
picked up by a police patrol.
Even Jewish patients in hos-
pitals and sanitoriums are not
safe from the police dragnet. The
Boersen Zeitung reported that
Hungarian police invaded the
Jewish Hospital in Budapest
and the Schwanenberg sanitor-
ium and transported many for-
eign-born Jews to concentration
camps preparatory to expulsion
to Galicia. The Nazi newspaper
reported that at one concentra-
tion camp alone, Korosmezo,
12.000 Jews were being held for
deportation.
NAZIS TEST NEW CHOLERA
CURE ON DUTCH JEWS
Zurich (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties rounded up a number of
young Dutch Jews, ranging in
age from 18 to 25, and sent them
to Germany where they were
used as guinea pigs by Nazi
scientists to test an untried cure
for cholera, the Moscow radio
reported. Twenty percent of
the young Jews, recruited by
force from Amsterdam, died as
a result of the experiments.
Nazi scientists injected the
cholera germ into their human
guinea pigs, the Moscow radio
said, and then tried to cure them
with a new serum. Despite
early signs that the new serum
was ineffective the Nazis con-
tinued their experiments until
Ihey had killed one-fifth of the
young Jews.
PALESTINE MARKS 800TH
ANNIVERSARY OF HALEVI
Jerusalem (WNS)Ceremonies
in the ancient synagogue of
Jochanan ben Zakkai and a pro-
cession to the Wailing Wall were
held this week in observance of
the 800th anniversary of the ar-
rival in Palestine of Yehudah
Halevi, famous Hebrew poet of
the Golden Age in Spain. At
the Wailing Wall, reputed scene
of Yehudah's assassination, his
poem, "My Heart is in the East,"
was recited by the crowd. Zion-
ist leaders and Hebrew poets
were among the speakers at the
synagogue ceremony.
NEVILLE LASKI
WINS AGAINST
PAPER "TRUTH"
London (WNS)Neville Laski.
former president of the British
Board of Jewish Deputies, was
awarded 525 pounds sterling dam-
ages with costs in his libel suit
against the anti-Semitic publica-
tion, "Truth," and Henry Newn-
ham, one of the magazine's
writers.
The British Jewish leader
brought suit after the magazine
"Truth" published an article by
Newnham last August alleging
that Mr. Laski was a coward
and had evaded miltary service
in the first world war.
Testimony at the trial re-
vealed that Mr. Laski had served
with the British forces in the
last war in Gallipoli, Sinai and
France, until he was released
from military service service in
1917 after suffering from shell
shock.
The magazirie had made simi-
lar allegations against Harold
Laski, brother of Neville and at
present a leader of the British
Labor Party, but it was pointed
out that Harold Laski had been
rejected for military service by
a medical board.
MAKES PICTURE
FOR NAZI LANDS
Lisbon (WNS)The Nazi UFA
film company has prepared for
distribution in all Nazi-occupied
countries a new anti-Jewish film
"The Sinister Power of Jewish
Bolshevism." which "proves" the
Jews are responsible for the pres-
ent war and that all Jews are
Communists, it was learned here.
The film purports to show
rabbis taking an active role in
the guerilla warfare against Nazi
troops and describes "how Jew-
ish women stab Nazi soldiers."
A part of the pogrom-inciting
film is devoted to scenes showing
Jewish men and women setting
fire to Christian homes and
churches.
The film concludes with a scene
showing that Lenin, Stalin, and
other noted Communist leaders
are Jewish. The musical back-
ground of the film is composed
of a mixture of the Communist
Internationale and the "Hatik-
vah."
DISCRIMINATE
ACTS AT AIRPORT
HOUR CHARGES
New York (WNS)The airlines
at LaGuardia Field, major East-
ern air terminal named in honor
of the militant anti-Nazi mayor
of New York, refuse to employ
Jews, Italians and negroes, it
was charged here by The Hour,
anti-Fascist weekly.
Expressing confidence that
Mayor LaGuardia was unaware
that the airport bearing his name
was pursuing "racist policies
characteristic of the Third
Reich." The Hour disclosed that
it had informed the mayor of the
discrimination policies in effect
at the airport.
The publication charged that
"the New York State Employ-
ment Service specifies in its Con-
fidential Clearance Sheets that
only 'white Chris! ians' are eligi-
ble for employment at LaGuar-
dia Airport, This applies even
to manual work such as that per-
formed by laborers, attendants,
porters, etc."
A recent applicant for a paint-
er's job at the airfield was told,
it was reported, "neither Jews
nor Italians are wanted." It was
believed that an official investi-
gation of the employment prac-
tices at the airfield would be
quickly launched since the mayor
has on several occasions voiced
bitter condemnation of discrimin-
ation in employment.
ANOTHER 1,700
JEWS EXECUTED
AS
Istanbul (W N S)Rumanian
and Nazi military authorities in
Bessarabia and northern Buko-
vina, territories retaken from So-
viet Russia, continued their sick-
ening mass murders of Jews
this week, executing 1,700 Jews
on the ground that they were
"pro-Russian," it was reported
here.
Included among the 1.700 Jews
were some of the most prominent
Jews in Bessarabia. Nazi troops
in each village in Bessarabia
rounded up the best known Jews
and shot them after a Nazi mili-
tary court found them guilty.
In Kishinev alone, the report
said, 800 Jews were executed.
The total number of Jews
killed in Rumania and the re-
captured provinces of Bessarabia
and Bukovina since the start of
the German-Russian war has
now reached the appalling fi-
gure of 12,000. Most of the Jews
were executed as "Communist
agents and saboteurs." No end
of this orgy of killing is in sight,
with the anti-Jewish campaign
throughout Rumania unrelenting
in its violence.
A report from Bucharest stated
that Nazi military authorities had
seized all Jewish hospitals and
clinics in the Rumanian capital to
make room for the thousands of
wounded Nazi and Rumanian
soldiers returning from the front.


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1941
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Where there's a will, there's a way
But some people have too much to say
And of whom we're thinking, you've heard
Yes, that's right, that's the bird.
He goes everywherenone to compare
And knows everythingcontradict, I dare
He's always talkingalways squawking
Now and then you'll find him balking.
If with him you don't agree
My, how dumb you surely must be
He's one of those office seekers
And likes to play finders keepers.
But wise to him we're getting
Get away with more we're not letting
For he's found the sun setting
Despite all his useless fretting.
With his grab-it-all ambition
Now he's run out of ammunition
Though some good he has done
And some battles he has won
You'll find enough is enough
Of anyone'sthat kind of stuff.
PAGE THREE
1 'g=
ZIONIST MEET
TO TAKE STAND ON
L HOME
A rock of Gibraltar when mea-
sured by common sense and cool,
calm judgment is leaving our
midst for at least a year and is
a stone that as a community as-
set will take many, many pebbles
to replace. Within 30 days he
will depart to do his bit for
our country as he has done for
the community and our people.
It is not original or new
but what might be termed ap-
propos when one of our re-
turnees to the city was asked
concerning his wife's operation,
"if everything came out all
right."
From where did the rumor
emulate that the newly passed
and at present much discussed
"fictitious name law" was an
anti-Semitic law designed to put
our brethren on the spot.
Worth a little chuckle was
the attorney who presiding at
an organizational meeting an-
nounced that he would appoint
himself as chairman of a rather
important committee because
in his opinion he had the abil-
ity to handle it.
Worth noting is the behind
the scene sentiment that is cry-
stalizing for the much needed
community center project. A
few good pushes properly timed
will start the ball rolling and
give it the momentum it must
have.
And there's the funeral di-
rector who expects shortly to
advertise "Free Funeral For
Hitler. Please Deliver Remains
to -."
A sad commentary for "Ameri-
cans" in America when of 51 re-
plies to a classified advertise-
ment, 45 stated their religious
and denominational affiliations
in an effort to obtain the posi-
tioninformation that was not
asked for. What difference
does it make as long as you can
fill the job.
Will he prostitute his talents
on the "business is business"
theorythis M. C. in the enter-
tainment field? It will mean
the loss of every iota of re-
spect this individual ever had
if he acts unwiselyor is there
more to it than appears on
the surface. The answerin
about two weeks.
London (WNS) Few Jewish
conferences in the last decade
have evoked as much interest
and speculation as the forthcom-
ing conference of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Great Britain
which opens here on September
7th. It was believed that the Zi-
onist conclave would take a firm
stand with regard to the estab-
lishment of a Jewish national
home in Palestine.
(The Zionist Organization of
America will open its annual
convention on September 6th in
Cincinnati.Ed. note.)
Interest in the Zionist confer-
ence was heightened here with
the arrival of David Ben Gurion,
chairman of the Jewish Agency
Executive, to report to British
Zionist leaders on political prob-
lems offecting the Jewish posi-
tion in Palestine and the Near
East.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organ-
ization, will make an extensive
report to the Zionist conference
on the results of his four-month
visit to the United States and
will review the Jewish position
throughout the world.
In a recent interview with the
Manchester Guardian, Dr. Weiz-
mann demanded that Great Brit-
ain take a positive stand with re-
gard to the Jewish national home
in Palestine. It was generally
believed here that Dr. Weizmann
would reiterate this demand and
would urge British acceptance of
a Jewish army at the conference.
LOCAL RESIDENT ADMITTED
TO FLORIDA STATE BAR
Conflicting rumors reach King's
typewriter with regard to OPM
calling to Washington for a nice
job one of our "limelight"
leadersOne source says defi-
niteanother, ridiculous. King
is checking.
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week.
Mr. Joffe was admitted to the
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Mr. Joffe will shortly announce
his plans for the opening of of-
fices for the practice of law in
this area.
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THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES :
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Boat Ride
The boat ride being sponsored
by the Junior Division of girls
will take place on Monday eve-
ning, August 25, at 8:30 o'clock
on the beautiful Yacht Seven
Seas. Tickets are only 50e and
are going fast. If you want to go
on this ride, make your reserva-
tions at once, otherwise you may
be left "standing on the pier."
The proceeds of this affair will
go towards the Y general activi-
ties fund. It is a very worthy
cause, and you are asked to help
along by coming to this boat ride.
There will be dancing on the boat
and a good time is assured to all
those who will come.
Judge Williams Main Speaker
At Joint Meeting
On Wednesday evening, Aug-
ust 27, the Y. M. and Y. W. H.
A. will have its first joint meet-
ing under the new administra-
tions. An interesting program
is being planned by Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman, program chairman
of the Y. W. H. A. Judge Ross
Williams, of the Dade County
Circuit Court, will be guest
speaker, and a musical program
is being planned. Many interest-
ing reports will be taken up at
the meeting. Refreshments will
be served. Everyone is invited.
Y Picnic Huge Success
One of the finest events of its
kind held in a long time took
olace last Sunday afternoon at
Greynolds Park when the Y. M.
and Y. W. H. A. held a picnic.
Over three hundred people were
present and joined in the gala
program of festivities.
The feature of the afternoon
was the wonderful performance
by the children of the Home
Camp, under the able leadership
of Miss Dayhoff and Herbert R.
Myers. It certainly was a thrill
to see what a wonderful job was
done in so short a time with the
children.
For the older folks, the A. K.
soft-softball game was a rare
treat. Leo Ackerman was pitch-
er for the Yussels and Max
Goldstein for the Mussels. Other
events were, the fat man's race,
the one hundred yard dash and
the Moishe calling contest. The
latter was won by Mrs. George
Rachlin. Everyone there voted
this a very fine affair.
Bowling
Thursday night, August 21
terminated the play of the old
league. The Deuces, who won
both halves, are the leaders in
the league. This team is com-
posed of Sam Tendrich, captain;
Pete Silverman, Louis Spector,
Leroy Feldman and Jerry Gold-
smith. On next Thursday, Aug-
ust 28, the play-off will be held
to determine the winners of the
second and third teams.
A banquet is being planned
for all the bowlers, at which time
awards and prizes will be distrib-
uted.
The new league opens Thurs-
day, September 4 and will be
composed of eight teams. In the
past many have complained that
when they come down to play,
they are unable to get on a team
because all teams have been
filled. We want to give you
plenty of time and opportunity
to join the new league. Our mot;
to will be "First come, First
Served." This sport is so popu-
lar that we must insist on your
promptness.
Fall Program
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, is now in the process
of preparing the fall program of
activities for the Y. Although
plans are incomplete, a preview
may be given'at in is time.
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PAGE FTVE
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1J7 N. B. Itth Street
Office Phone *-77
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Congregational
Regular Friday evening ser-
vice, Temple Israel, Friday eve-
ning, at 8:15 p. m with Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman officiating.
Friday evening services are
continued at the Temple through
the summer, with congregational
participation and singing.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Rosa Goldstein,
mother of Mrs. Alex Mendelson;
Anna Goldman, mother of Mrs.
Leonard Jacobus.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami1* Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. TWrd Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, R-ibbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
DANISH CITY MAYOR BARS
PROPAGANDA DISTRIBUTION
Geneva (W N S)Distribution
of anti-Jewish propaganda has
been forbidden in the city of
Randers, in Nazi-occupied Den-
mark, as a precautionary mea-
sure to protect from violence- -
not the Jewsbut "the local Nazi
stormtroopers, it was learned
here.
It appears that the dissemina-
tion of violent anti-Semitic pro-
paganda in a number of Danish
cities has been followed by anti-
Nazi riots in which many Nazi
stormtroopers were beaten. An-
ti-Jewish leaflets in Denmark
presumably have" the opposite
effect on the general population.
When the local Nazis ap-
proached the Mayor of Randers
regarding the distribution of
anti-Jewish leaflets, the Mayor
put his foot down in the interest
of peace, fearing anti-Nazi dis-
turbances, the report said.
TO CHECK
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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
Dovid Congregation and Sisterhood
Sabbath Service
This Sabbath which coincides
with the first of the month of
Ellul is known as "Shabbos Ha
Chodesh." Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct services and can-
tor H. Marbein will chant the
prayers.
Boruch Habaim
We welcome to our midst the
newly elected Cantor of Beth
David, Cantor Harry Marbein
who will be directly in charge
of the musical affairs of our in-
stitution. A biographical sketch
and accomplishments of the re-
nowned cantor will be published
shortly.
A Warning
We wish to advise the general
Jewish community that, as in the
past so this year Mushroom syna-
gogues are beginning to sprout
in this area for the coming High
Holidays and for personal profit
of the few engaged in such sacri-
ligious activities. Should you be
approached to purchase tickets
investigate before you become in-
volved.
If Jews of a community af-
filiated themselves with estab-
lished religious institutions then
and only then can there be the
elimination of mushroom syna-
gogues.
Be on your guard and do not
worship in any place which opens
for the Holidays only, for you
will be aiding in the continuance
of such evil practice.
High Holy Choir
Anyone interested in voice
culture should call the office,
2-1473. Beth David Congrega-
tion, under the very able di-
rection of the noted Cantor H.
Marbein of New York, will have
an excellent choir for the High
Holidays and throughout the
year. If you are interested con-
tact the office at once.
Yahneiten
The following beloved ones
whose names are inscribed in our
Beth David Memorial Book of
Life will have the anniversaries
of their demise observed during
the coming month of Ellul.
Tsharne, sister of I. Rosengar-
ten, August 24; Ehizar, father of
Joseph Rabinowitz, August 25;
Malachai, father of Nathan Speig-
elman, August 26; Yaacov, father
of George Goldberg. Aug. 26; Eph-
raim, father of Milton Zohn, Aug.
28; Yitzchok Zalman, father of
Ed Barmen, Aug. 29; Nacham,
father of Nat and Burnett Roth,
Aug. 29; Yehudah, husband of
Yetta Geier, Sept. 1; Rochael
Leah, grandmother of M. J. Kop-
elowitz, Sept. 3; Avrohom Nesan-
el, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Ba-
danes, Sept. 5; Hershel, husband
of Mrs. Westrich, Sept, 5; Yitz-
chok, father of Stuart Gordon,
Sept. 6; Chaya Sorer, sister of I.
Rosengarten, Sept. 7; Devorah
Rivka, in memory of Dora Cohen,
Sept. 8; Freda, in memory of
Freda Markowitz, Sept. 8; Yechiel
father of Meyer and Sidney Rau-
zin, Sept. 9; Rochel Elka, mother
of Mrs. S. B. Miller, Sept. 10; Eli-
yohu, father of Harold Pont, Sept.
10; Rochel Leah, mother of Gus-
sie Sokolow, Sept. 12; Michel, fa-
ther of Molly Mandel, Sept 12;
Lieba, mother of Mrs. Philip Se-
gall, Sept. 13; Tzirel, mother of
Ed Scheer, Sept. 14; Michel Lea-
zar, father of Mrs. L. Heiman,
Sept. 13; Pinchus, father of S. B.
Miller, Sept. 16; Tanchum, in
memory of H. Cohen, Sept. 17;
Shloma Yaacov, father of Al Le-
vine, Sept. 17; Rav Yehudah Laeb,
father of Harry and Clifford Gor-
don, Sept. 18; Hirsch Mordecai,
son of Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Sept.
18; Golda, mother of Mrs. I.
Brown, Sept. 18; Moshe Hirsh,
father of Jack Zion, Sept. 18.
The Yahrzeit is observed from
sunset of the evening before the
english date mentioned above
until sundown of the date men-
tioned.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEI.UVF.R, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls _________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon__________8:00 a. m
Mincha_________________5:30 p.m.
Maanv--------------------------6:00 p. m
Friday _..
5:15 and 8:30 p. m
Sabbath Service...............8:30 a. m.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach ,
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE8, Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace
29-YEAR-OLD JEW EXECUTED
BECAUSE OF LOVE AFFAIR
Zurich (WNS)A Nazi cour;
in Breslau found Benjamin Za-
dik, 29-year-old German Jew,
guilty of "rassenschande" (racial
violation) and sentenced him to
death despite pleas for clemency
from his "Aryan" sweetheart, it
was reported here. Declarc-i
guilty of one of the highest
crimes of the new Reich, the
young Jew was shortly after-
wards beheaded.
rKSusT brosTrJ^
J*" U the BEST.' _
High Holy Days
The High Holy Days, are fast
approaching, the evening of
Sunday, September 21 marking
Rosh Hashona beginning of our
new year. Preparations are be-
ing made now at the synagogue
for High Holiday services and
choir singing which we hope to
emulate over previous year's.
Details of seating arrangements,
ticket reservations, etc., in our
synagogue will be announced
in this column next week.
Important Board Meeting
H. M. Drewich, president of the
congregation, has called a board
meeting for Tuesday evening.
August 26 at 8 o'clock at the new
synagogue and final arrange-
ments concerning the holidays
will be made.
Ladies Auxiliary Meeting
A regular meeting of the La-
dies Auxiliary will be held Tues-
day afternoon, August 26 at 2
o'clock at the new synagogue and
all members are urged to at-
tend.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
grief the untimely loss of our
dear sister and friend the late
Mrs. Dora Rosengarten, Oleho
Hasholom, who was called to the
Great Beyend last week. Her
loss is a great source of sorrow
to us and we extend to all mem-
bers of her dear family the con-
gregation's deepest sympathy. In
these sad and sorrowful days
for our people we could ill afford
to lose such a devoted worker in
the vineyard of the Lord. May
her memory be a blessing and bs
as a guiding light for those who
are called upon to take her place.
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
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 2X 19U
INSTITUTE TD
ST4JDY EFFECTS
OF HATE ON HATER
Williamstown (WNS)The ef-
fect of intolerance upon the one
who practices it. marking a new-
approach to the question of hat-
red, will be studied by social
scientists and educators at one of
the sessions of the Williamstown
Institute of Human Relations,
which opens Aug. 24 on the
campus of Williams College un-
der the sponsorship of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Dr. David M. Levy. New York
psychiatrist, on Aug. 28 will pre-
sent findings of an investigation
into the effects of "hate" on the
individual human personality,
showing the various stages of
frustration, general hostility,
guilt and even insanity through
which its victims are led. The
session will be entitled "Intol-
eranceIts Toll Upon the Into
erant." The analysis should
prove a new step in the develop-
ment of a pattern of improved
human relations, according to Dr.
Everett R. Clinchy. director of
the institute.
The Institute this year will
have as its theme, "The World
We Want to Live In." and is
scheduled as the first nationa
educational forum on post-war
principles and problems. Edu-
cators will share the discussions
with leaders from religion, busi-
ness, labor, youth and commun-
ity organizations at the sessions
opening Sunday night and ex-
tending until next Friday.
CROATIAN JEWS SUFFER
HARD UNDER NEW REGIME
GenevaThe extent to which
the Jewish community of the
puppet state of Croatia is suf-
fering under the rule of Croatian
fascists, buttressed by Italian and
German overlords, was graphi-
cally shown today in a state-
ment by Dr. Ante Pavelitch,
Croatia, Dr. Pavelitch de-
clared, is solving the Jewish
problem "promptly and tho-
roughly." The Jewish commu-
nity of Zagreb is a case In point
of the means employed to "li-
quidate" the Jews.
IS
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LEADER
BLAME JEWS FOR
RIOTS
INFORMATION WANTED
Information is being sought of
Benjamin Baggish who has failed
to contribute to the support of
his wife and three children since
March 1st, 1941, as a result of
which they are in destitute cir-
cumstances and in need of his
financial assistance. Mr. Bag-
gish. who is believed to be in
Florida, is about 41 years old. 5
feet 11 inches tall, heavy set,
weighing 235 pounds, has black
hair, dark brown eyes, dark com-
plected, has some burn marks
on one side of his face near
hs jaw and on his arm. and is
an attorney. Anyone aware of
his location is requested to com-
municate with the National De-
sertion Bureau, 67 West 47th
Street, New York City.
Lisbon (WNS> Hundreds of
Jews were arrested and sent to
concentration camps following a
series of anti-Nazi demonstra-
tions in Paris and other parts of
occupied France, it was reported
here. Drastic police action failed
to curb the anti-Nazi demonstra-
tors and a number of Nazi sol-
diers were shot during the riot-
ing, the report said.
The Paris press attributed the
anti-Nazi riots to the subversive
activities of Jews and Commun-
ists, justifying the brutal beat-
ings given Jews by Nazi troops.
The situation in Paris is still not
under control by the Nazi police,
with spontaneous anti-Nazi de-
monstrations flaring up in all
sections of the city.
Meanwhile, the arrest of Pierre
Delamare. an "Aryan" admini-
strator of Jewish business enter-
prises, brought to light a scheme
whereby notorious swindlers
were using the anti-Jewish laws
to mulct huge sums of money
from desperate Jews.
Delamare was arrested while
extorting 10.000 francs from a
Jewish merchant. He had threat-
ened to send the Jew to a con-
centration camp unless the Jew
gave him 30.000 francs. Dela-
mare was accused also of ex-
torting huge sums from other
Jews in return for a promise to
prolong the "liquidation" of their
business affairs.
That the swindling of Jews is
conducted on a wide scale was
evident in a report from Nice
which disclosed how an uniden-
tified Jewish banker was swin-
dled out of 1,000.000 francs by
two French "Aryans", who pro-
mised to return the Jewish bank-
er to his former post.
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New York (WNS)A gang of
young pro-Nazis, led by a 17-
year-old German-American who
was schooled for a year in Nazi
Germany, recently burned a
fiery cross on the front lawn of
Dr. David de Sola Pool's sum-
mer cottage at Ocean Beach, Fire
Island, it was learned.
The youthful Hitlerites, in true
Fascist style, wore long white
hoods, which, the police later
discovered, were made of sheets
and pillow cases belonging to
members of the summer colony.
Dr. Pool was reading from his
collection of historic letters de-
scribing the persecution of Jews
when he noted the blazing cross.
The hoodlums fled when Dr.
Pool, rabbi of the Spanish and
Portuguese Synagogue, went out
to the lawn to investigate. Po-
lice investigation disclosed that
the gang was composed of sons of
German-Americans who had
been taught the fine points of
Nazism by a young Hitlerite who
returned from Germany last
year.
The gang had been holding fre-
quent meetings, where the mem-
bers made anti-Semitic speeches
and hatched plots against the
Jews. After a particularly fren-
zied meeting, they stole sheets
and pillow cases, made a crude
cross and "raided" Dr. De Pool's
home.
CAPITOL LETTER
Highlights in the Happenings at the National Capital
by MAURICE WARNER
HaifaThe Nautical School of
the Haifa Hebrew Technical In-
stitute is now entering its fourth
year with 52 students. During
the summer vacation, the stu-
dents intend to undertake prac-
tical maritime experience. They
are required to remain another
year to complete their final
course.
There are four classes in the
School rowing, marine engin-
eering, sailing and boat building
and radio-telegraphy. New stu-
dents are required to choose one
of the four.
Washington Frankly speak-
ing, I think it's time to quit
kidding ourselves. I mean about
our little group of isolationists
and appeasers. We ought to
stand back and take a long look.
Then I think we'll see them the
way they are.
Lindbergh. Wheeler and the
rest are nice people and we find
it a little difficult to use the
nasty words "Quisling" and "Pro-
Nazi" concerning them. We'd
rather tell ourselves that they
have been "misled" or that they
are "mistaken, but have the
best intentions."
The reason for our attitude
isn't difficult to analyze. We
just can't bring ourselves to be-
lieve that a Senator, a heroic,
clean-cut aviator or a distin-
guished diplomat could betray
their country's way of life.
We think of people like that
as furtive, mean little characters
who live in a half-lit world of
intrigue and secret plots. They
don't speak before masses in
Madison Square Garden under
the glare of spotlights and with
nice lady novelists on the plat-
form behind them. Let's take
a look at Europe where all this
appeasement business got its
start.
The ranks of the appeasers
and those who would rather see
France fall than to sacrifice any
of their advantages and beliefs
to the will of the majority con-
tained lots of nice people. That
was true in Austria, in Czecho-
slovakia,, in the Low Countries
and in Norway and Denmark.
But, we say, we don't believe
our isolationists and appeasers
want to see America defeated
in battle. They just believe in
non-intervention, in working out
our own destinies. Perhaps sol
But, the nice people of Europe,
nevertheless, paved the way far
their countries' defeat in war
against the aggressor. They
paved the way by their destruc-
tion of national unity, by crip-
pling the mental attitude as
necessary for defense as guns
and planes.
And even if America is not
invaded, there is little question
that a victorious Hitler means
a radical readjustment of the
American way of life. Few far-
sighted men can believe that we
will not lose a great measure
of our freedom of thought, action
and enterprise.
I cannot believe that many of
our leading appeasers and peace
at any price advocates cannot
see this. Consequently, I can-
not help but believe that they are
prepared to make these sacrifices
that they may even consider
their loss a desirable change.
Colonel Lindbergh has been
described as a gr^at admirer of
the orderly revolution in Ger-
many and in Europe. He sees in
the "Wave of the Future" an ir-
resistable social and economic
force that it is not only impos-
sible, but stupid to resist. Wheel-
er, Lindbergh and their assoc-
iates want certain things changed
here, toothey want an American
revolution. There is little ques-
tion that they are prepared to-
sacrifice many of the things you.
I and the rest of the ordinary
people hold dear, although we
don't always realize how we
prize them until they vanish.
So. I repeat, it's time for us
ordinary people to quit kidding,
ourselves.
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Highlights of a Year's J.D.C. Work Overseas |
During the past twelvemonth the Joint Distri-
bution Committee has brought vital help di-
rectly and indirectly to a million suffering
Jewissh men. women and children abroad with-
out sending American dollars into Nazi-domin-
ated territories or violating the British block-
ade. J.D.C.-supported rescue, relief, emigration
and reconstruction activities included, as shown
above: (1) Providing food, clothing, shelter,
and other aid for more than half a million Jews
in war-torn Poland, and many thousands in
other Eastern European countries (2) Eimilar
programs for scores of thousands of refugees
in conquered France where an injured child is
shown being treated in a J.D.C.-supported
clinic. (3) Training for emigrationphoto
shows prospective emigrants to Palestine learn-
ing carpentry in Vilna. (4) Emigration aid
which enabled thousands to escape from Eu-
ropepicture shows emigrant sboarding ship at
Lisbon, where J.D.C. kept the gateway to free-
dom open. (5) Hel pto 110,000 refugees re-
cently arrived in South America where J.D.C.
assisted retraining, resettlement and economic
aid programs. (6) Support of thousands of
refugees in Shanghai where they fled because
it was the only open port in the world. Inset
is Edward M. M. Warburg who became chair-
man of, J.D.C. in February................___...
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DRIVE
OF
NAZI
JEWS OUT
SAYS
DICTATOR
Geneva OWNS)Total liquida-
of the "Jewish problem" in
Croatian is imminent, with thou-
sands of Jews being driven out
of Croatia into compulsory labor
and concentration camps, ac-
cording to a report given to
Stefani. official Italian news
agency, by Dictator Ante Pave-
licb, the Yugoslavian Quisling.
Pavelich assured the Fascist
news agency that Croatia would
soon be "judenrein," reporting
"steady progress" in his violent
anti-Jewish drive. He implied
that similar restrictive measures
had been undertaken against the
Serbs in Croatia.
"The Jewish question," the
little Fuehrer said, "will be li-
quidated in the shortest possible
time. It has been a very serious
question with us and has had
very complex economic aspects.
In Zagreb alone there were 18,-
000 Jews, and now barely 4.000
remain. Those will be sent to
work or concentration camps."
The anti-Jewish campaign in
Croatia is assuming fearful pro-
portions. It was reported here
that Rabbi Matke Enge of Zag-
reb, the Croatian capital, had
been executed by the Nazis, who
accused the rabbi of hiding in his
home an anti-Nazi guerilla.
The report added that more
than 6,000 Croatian Jews had
been sent for forced labor to the
Croatian salt mines along the
Adriatic coast. The Jews were
reported to be working under the
most inhuman conditions, with
young children forced to share
the fate of their parents.
Working all day under a blaz-
ing sun, with insufficient drink-
ing water, food and medicine
supplies, these Jews were re-
ported to be falling easy victims
to l>ven -and epidemics. -Many
of the children and older men
and women are dying of thirst
and starvation, the report said.
Meanwhile, a report received
from Belgrade said that the Nazi
military authorities had given
the Jewish community there per-
to organize emergency
kitchens to feed Jewish
children. The permisson was
given, it was learned, only after
epidemics threatened to sweep
the city.
The Nazi authorities flatly re-
jected, however, a request to
open soup kitchens for Jewish
children in Zagreb. A Nazi
spokesman said that they were
determined to drive the entire
Jewish population out of Croatia.
SETS DEADLINE
FOR OUSTING OF
JEWS FROM JOBS
Vichy (WNS)Thousands of
Jews in unoccupied France will
receive their last pay envelope
on September 15, the date set by
the totalitarian Vichy govern-
ment as the deadline for the
ousting of Jews from the liberal
professions and a wide variety
of commercial enterprises, it was
announced here.
With Nazi Germany now in
complete control of unoccupied
France, as a result of the appoint-
ment of pro-Nazi Admiral Jean
Darlan as virtual dictator of
France, it became readily appar-
ent that the anti-Jewish laws
would be speeded up.
In addition to Jewish profes-
sionals who will be barred from
practice as of the middle of next
month, the decree will affect
Jews engaged in banking, stock-
broking, advertising, real estate,
journalism, radio broadcasting,
publishing, motion pictures, the
theatre, and a number ol
other fields.
The Vichy government an-
nounced the appointment of reg-
ional directors for the "Aryani-
zation of economy" foreshadow-
ing the removal of all Jews from
the country's national economy.
These appintments gave rise to
fears that with the liquidation ol
Jews in the professions about to
be completed, the anti-Semitic
regime will devote itself to the
small Jewish tradesmen and mer-
cbants.-
At the same time, the Vichy/
government announced that a
department of Jewish Affairs will
be set up in Algeria to bring the
anti-Jewish laws to the estimat-
ed 110,000 Jews there. Xavier
Vallat, the French commissioner
for Jewish Affairs who has been
shuttling back and forth from
Paris.
HKE UP
nmERICH!
By WES K. FREIHERD

An Expose of Un-Ameri-
can Activities in the United
States.
1941
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Nasi Agent Arretted by FBI.
Linked to Fifth Columnists
On September 16, 1939, in an
article exposing subversive ac-
tivities in Milwaukee, Wis., The
Hour named Ernst Goerner as
one of the key Nazi agents in that
city. Last week Fifth Columnist
Goerner was arrested by FBI
"counseling, aiding and abetting
evasion of the Selective Service
Act."
For the past three months
Goerner has been advising young
men in Milwaukee not to register
for the draft, and he has been
using the mails to disseminate
throughout the country propa-
ganda urging the sabotaging of
the Selective Service Act. The
Hour has samples of the leaflets
distributed by Goerner. They
include such statements as: "The
Constitution does not provide
for conscription and explicitly
forbids involuntary service in
any form, and therefore con-
scription cannot be justly legally
enforced Any refusal to
serve in the armed forces, or any
effort to evade an anti-constitu-
tional draft law is not a crime,
not an act of cowardice or a
dodging of duty, or a desertion,
but solely is an act of courag-
eous patriotism."
The leaflet also publicizes the
familiar Nazi propaganda canard
that "international Jewry" is re-
sponsible for the war.
Goerner Co-Workers
The Hour can disclose that
Ernst Goerner has received con-
siderable assistance in his Fifth
Column activities from Herbert
Lawson Smith of 2218 Pine St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., who is a key
distributor of Goerner's propa-
ganda material. In his corres-
pondence with Smith, Goerner
has frequently used the alias "K.
Bennett." Smith, who is particu-
larly active in the Social Justice
Union, is the ringleader of a fas-
cist group in Philadelphia. He is
in intimate contact with leading
Fifth Columnists throughout the
country. Among his closest as-
sociates in Philadelphia is Ma-
jor Max Livingston, an army re-
serve officer. Significantly, Her-
bert Smith's son, who assists in
the subversive efforts of his
father, managed to maneuver his
way into a job at duPont de Ne-
mours.
In the original article on Ernst
Goerner, it was revealed that
this Nazi agent was collaborating
with Father Coughlin of Royal
Oak, Michigan.
The Hour urged that the FBI
immediately investigate the close
connections Ernst Goerner has
maintained with Herbert Lawson
Smith and Father Charles E.
Coughlin.
Note on LaGuardia Field
In view of the militant anti-
Nazi stand consistently main-
tained by Mayor Fiorella H. La-
Guardia of New York City, it is
highly incongruous that the air-
port carrying his name should
pursue racist policies characteris-
tic of the Third Reich.
The airlines at LaGuardia
Field, according to reliable infor-
mation reaching The Hour, re-
fuse to employ persons of Jew-
ish faith, as well as Italians and
Negroes. The New York State
Employment Service specifies in
its confidential Clearance Sheets
that only "white Christians" are
eligible for employment at the
LaGuardia airport. This applies
even to manual work such as that
performed by laborers, attend-
ants, porters, etc. A recent ap-
plication for a painter's job at
the airfield was told, "Neither
Jews nor Italians are wanted."
Confident that Mayor LaGuar-
dia is unaware of this condition
at the airport, The Hour has
written a letter to him informing
him of the facts.
Poll By Congressman Day
Congressman Stephen A. Day.
whose literary efforts have been
published by the Nazi propagan-
da agency Flanders Hall Pub-
lishers, Inc., is currently conduct-
ing an "anti-war" poll. Making
use of his franking privilege he
is sending through the mails a
form letter which states in part:
Dear Friend:
I am writing to you because
your name appears in a publica-
tion that contains the names of
outstanding people of the day.
Everyone realizes that we are
face to face with war. It is the
greatest issue with which the
American people have been con-
fronted since the birth of the
Republic. .
In order that I may have on
expression of opinion from all
over the United States, I urge
you to mark the enclosed ballot
and return it to me at once. You
need not sign your name. .
I merely want to know how
American leaders stand.
The letter is accompanied by a
penny post card with the return
address of Hon, Stephen A. Day,
M. C.| House of Representatives,
Washington, D. C. The card, en-
titled "Ballot," requests checking
of one of the two following
statements: "The United States
should enter the war"; "The
United States Should stay out of
the war."
A recipient of this message
from Representative Day has for-
warded it with this query: "I'd
like to know where Day gets the
LEGAL NOTICES
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
Notice la hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant u> Chapter No.
20953. Uwb of Flbrlda. 1941. will reg-
ister with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court. Dade County. Florida, upon
receipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the name of AL'TO COL-
LISION WORKS doing business at
125 N. E. 13 St., Miami. Florida.
CHARLES WINKKLMAN
WILLIAM WINKBI.MAN
MAX RAYMOND SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
8/22-29 9/3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." Hou.se Bill No. 117:..
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the Publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: CAI'T. AI,'S
FISH MARKET under which I am
engaged In business' at Number 2321
Southwest 17 Ave., In the City of
Miami. Florida.
That the party interested in said
business enterprise, Is as follows:
C. A LUSTER OIKLE
Dated at Miami. Dads county,
Florida August 21, 1941.
8, 22-29 9 '(-12-19
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN;
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersigned, pursuant to Chapter No.
20953, Laws of Florida, 1941, will reg-
ister with the Clerk of the C
court. Dade County, Florida, upon
receipt of publication of This notice,
the name AUGUST BAKERY under
which we are doing business at 861
8. W. 8 St., Miami, Florida.
GERSON AUGUST
SAM Al'Ol'ST
HARRY AUGUST
LOUIS AUGUST
MAX RAYMOND SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
8/22-29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO whom IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby tven tint the un-
dersigned, pursuant to th- "Fictitious
Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175,
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941, will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, in and for Dade
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the Publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: MILBl'RN
Chapter No. 20953. I-aws of Florida,
in business at Number 1390 Ocean
Drive. In the City of Miami Beach.
Florida.
That the parties interested in said
business enterprise, are as follows:
A. FINLEY BINDER
1,11.I.IK BUWIENKRANZ
MAX RAYMOND SILVER
Attorney for Applicants
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida. August 21, 1941.
8, 22-29 9/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. 1175.
Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, In and for Iwl
County. Florida, upon receipt of proof
of the publication of this notice, the
fictitious name, to-wit: "THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN." under which we
are engaged in business at 21 S. W.
2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida.
ETHEL SHOCHET
FRED K. SHOCHET
STANLEY C. MYERS, Atty.
505 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/22-29 9/5-12-19
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Tri'Faith Prayers for Britons Symbolize Good Will in Action
Goodwill in action during 5701 was most strikingly revealed by collaboration of Catholic, Protes-
tant and Jew in efforts for the relief of the suffering population of Great Britain. No picture
epitomizes this inter-creedal unity better than the above photo taken before a solemn pontifical
mass celebrated at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral for the .stricken civilians of England. At-
tending the service were (left to right) Governor Herbert H. Lehman, member of Jordan Lodge
of B'nai B'rith; Lord Halifax, British Ambassador; Archbishop Francis J. Spellman, Newbold
Morris, president of the New York iCty Council; Joseph P. Kennedy, former Ambassador to
Great Britain; Lady Halifax, Mrs. Lehman, Wendell Willkie, Postmaster General Frank C. Walk-
er, Mrs. Walker an dKathleen Kennedy.
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302 West Amelia Avenue
TAMPA FLORIDA
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