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

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

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VOLUME 14No. 35
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
JEWS OF BEIRUT
JOIN CONGRESS
MOST HEARTILY
New York (WNS)Expressing
gratitude and relief at the im-
provement of the Jewish situa-
tion in Beirut as a result of the
Allied occupation of Syria, Jo-
seph Dichy, president of the
Jewish community of Beirut, in
a cable received at the headquar-
ters of the World Jewish Con-
gress, declared that the commun-
ity which he represents affiliates
itself "most heartily" with the
World Jewish Congress and au-
thorizes that body to act on its
behalf.
Mr. Dichy's cable was sent in
reply to a message by Dr. Steph-
en S. Wise and Dr. Nahum Gold-
man extending the greetings of
the World Jewish Congress to
the Jews of Beirut "upon their
release from the hand of the op-
pressors," and inquiring for a de-
tailed report of the Jewish situa-
tion in Syria. In his reply, Mr.
Dichy stated that "the situation
of the Jews in our country was
extremely precarious prior to Al-
lied occupation. Thank God we
are now breathing again and
hopeful for the future under Al-
lied auspices."
WARSAW DEATH
RATE IS HIGHER
PRE-
New York (WNS)The death
rate among Jews in Warsaw is
now 15 times higher than in the
years preceding the war and is
steadily increasing, according to
figures made public here by the
American Committee of OSE.
Reflecting the sharp rise in
y the number of Jewish deaths in
Warsaw in recent months, the
figures recorded 2,438 Jewish
deaths registered in the former
Polish capital during the month
of April, 4,881 in May and 6,000
in June.
It was believed that the Jewish
death rate rose even higher since
June, the latest month for which
figures are available, since con-
ditions became much worse in
Nazi-occupied Poland after the
start of the Russo-German war.
Food in Warsaw has become
scarcer and more and more eld-
. erly Jews have been compelled
to do slave labor.
The OSE statement said:
"Considering that normally, in
pre-war days, the mortality
among the Jewish population in
Warsaw did not exceed from 350
to 420 cases a month and that
the Jewish population in Warsaw
has grown only by about 10 to
15 percent, we must conclude
that the present mortality among
Jews in Warsaw exceeds the
pre-war figures by no less than
15 times.
"The tragedy of these dread-
ful figures lies not so much in
their absolute number as in the
fact that they leap from month to
month and assume a catastrophic
character spelling doom to the
greatest Jewish community in
Eastern Europe."
FINLAND SOCIALIST PRESS
REMINDS JEWISH LOYALTY
Zurich (WNS)The anti-Jew-
ish campaign adopted by the Fin-
nish government when it joined
with Nazi Germany in declaring
war against Soviet Russia was
condemned by the Socialist press
in Finland which reminded the
government of the constant loy-
alty of the Jewish community.
Urging repeal of the anti-Jew-
ish measures, the Socialist press
asked General Mannerheim to re-
consider his order ousting Jews
from the armed forces of the
country.
BRITISH PAPER
ASKS FREE STATE
IN PALESTINE
London (W N S)A demand
that the British Government
abandon its much-criticized
White Paper policy toward Pal-
estine and establish a "well-
based independent Jewish State
in Palestine," was made here by
the influential Manchester Guar-
dian.
Warning that "without Pales-
tine there can be no settlements,"
the liberal British newspaper ex-
pressed regret that the British
Government has made no men-
tion of the Jewish national home
in Palestine in its recent state-
ments on the post-war possibili-
ties of the Middle East.
Stressing the need for an inde-
pendent Jewish State, "if we
want a lasting settlement in the
Near East," the Manchester Guar-
dian charged that after the first
World War, Britain gave the
Arabs freedom and great posses-
sions, while it gave to the Jews
"only a corner for a Jewish na-
tional home."
Apparently referring to the be-
hind-the-scenes discussions be-
tween British and Arab leaders
regarding the possibilities of an
Arab federation in the Near East,
the newspaper reminded the Brit-
ish government that "now we
ought to have it clear in our
minds that any scheme which
gives still further satisfaction to
the Arabs, must include justice
for Palestine."
The Manchester Guardian con-
demned the White Paper as hav-
ing neither legal nor moral val-
idity and urged its immediate
abolition. The newspaper urged
also the creation of a Jewish ar-
my in Palestine, demanding that
the Jews be given the right to
fight as Jews in the same manner
that Poles and Czechs on British
soil are being permitted to form
their own legions and fight un-
der their own flags.
A Jewish Palestine must be es-
tablished that can live and de-
fend itself, and bring home its
people free from being persecut-
ed in any part of the world," the
editorial concluded.
HONEY EXPORTS DECLINE
Thnuva, agricultural market-
ing co-operative, reports that in
the year ending in April it sold
81,700 kilograms of honey, as
against 118,400 kilograms deliv-
ered to its central warhouses by
Jewish apiaries. Exports suf-
fered a sharp decline as the Euro-
pean market disappeared. Sales
abroad were only 9,000 kilo-
grams.
E
TO OUST ANTI-
London (WNS)A drive to
oust Captain Archibald H. M.
Ramsay, one of Britain's most
outspoken anti-Semites and Fas-
cists, from the House of Parlia-
ment was launched here follow-
ing the anti-Semite's refusal to
resign from Parliament voluntar-
ily.
Leading the movement de-
manding Captain Ramsay's re-
moval from Parliament are the
Trade Union Associations of
Paables and South Midlothian,
the districts represented by the
pro-Nazi M. P. More than 20,-
000 of Captain Ramsay's con-
stituents have signed petitions
calling for his resignation.
It will be recalled that Cap-
tain Ramsay, along with the
British Fascist leader, Sir Os-
wald Moseley, was arrested last
year during a round-up of British
"fifth columnists." He was re-
leased after two weeks intern-
ment. He figured in the news re-
cently when he lost a libel suit
against the New York Times.
Following his internment, Cap-
tain Ramsay had pledged to sup-
port the British war government
and to refrain from making pub-
lic anti-Semitic speeches. In his
letter to his constituents refus-
ing to resign, he said that he had
kept his promise with regard to
making anti-Semitic speeches,
but added that his "conscience"
forced him to continue his anti-
Semitic activities privately.
DISCRIMINATION DECREASE
IN EMPLOYMENT IN N. Y.
Albany (WNS)Miss Frieda
S. Miller, chairman of Governor
Lehman's committee on discrim-
ination in employment, reported
a steady increase in discrimina-
tion by employers in New York
state against Jewish, Italian and
negro workers. She admitted,
however, that the problem of dis-
crimination was "still a formid-
able one" and that "misunder-
standing" continued to exist.
"Hundreds of employers in this
state who have discriminated
against qualifed workers because
they were negroes, or Jewish, or
of Italian or German extraction,
are reversing their practices,"
Miss Miller said. She disclosed
that a Brooklyn loan corporation
had begun to hire Jews for the
first time in its history.
B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION
MONDAY, DAYTONA BEACH
Daytona Beach will be the
scene of the fifth annual B'nai
B'rith State Convention, enter-
taining Lodge members, their
wives and families from all over
Florida.
The convention will begin
Sunday, August 31 and continue
through Monday, September 1.
Headquarters for the convention
will be the Osceola Hotel.
Registrations begin at noon
Sunday. Convention chairman
Louis Ossinsky, of Daytona
Beach announces an elaborate
program is scheduled
Conventions principal business
session will be Monday morning
with president Elry Stone, of Mi-
ami presiding.
JUSTICE ROSENMAN NAMED
TO STUDY DEFENSE ACTS
Washington (WNS)President
Roosevelt has named Supreme
Court Justice Samuel I. Rosen-
man of New York to investigate
the activities of American de-
fense agencies with a view to im-
proving their efficiency, it was
announced. Justice Rosenman,
who has helped the president in
drafting some of his most import-
ant speeches, has already begun
his study and will soon forward
his preliminary report on the
American defense set-up to the
president.
PLAN FOR HUGE
GHETTO FOR JEWS
IN BIALYSTOK
Stockholm (WNS)Nazi mi-
litary authorities in capturing
Bialystok are planning to build a
huge ghetto to accomodate more
than 250,000 East European Jews,
according to Nazi newspapers
reaching here. The Nazis have
already mobilized the Jews re-
maining in that destroyed Rus-
sian city to rebuild railroads,
highways, bridges and homes.
The Nazi papers reported that,
in an effort to forestall sabotage
and guerilla warfare, Nazi mili-
tary authorities announced that
the entire Jewish community of
Bialystok would be held responsi-
ble in the event of an act of sabo-
tage. A number of prominent
Jews were taken into custody by
the Nazis and will be executed,
the Nazis warned, if traces of
sabotage are found.
It is difficult to determine the
exact number of Jews who were
able to escape into the Russian
interior before the Nazi troops
entered Bialystok. According to
the pro-Nazi Swedish newspaper,
Aftonbladet, the Soviet authori-
ties evacuated more than 50,000
Jews in the six days preceding
the Nazi occupation.
"The evacuation," the Afton-
bladet correspondent reported,
"was ordered by the' Soviets on
July 26 and had to-be completed
on August 1, It was a big move-
ment in a half-destroyed, burned
city. Jewish women and chil-
dren, tired, barefooted, hungry,
stood against the waits of their
destroyed homes. Many of them
had no place to go, although it
was mandatory that they leave
the city."
The tone of the correspondent's
dispatch came as a surprise here
since the Aftonbladet is recog-
nized as Sweden's No. 1 Nazi
newspaper. It may be that the
reporter was so impressed with
the Jewish suffering in Bialystok
that he permitted his sympathies
to creep into his account of the
Nazi occupation of the city.
N. Y. STATE CONVENTION
CONDEMNS ANTI-SEMITISM
New York (WNS)Resolutions
condemning anti-Semitism and
discrimination because of race or
color in employment were adopt-
ed at the closing session of the
78th annual convention of the
New York State Federation of
Labor. The delegates passed the
resolutions after Thomas J. Ly-
ons, president of the Federation,
attacked "those who preach re-
ligious or racial discrimination."
WORLD JEWS ARE
URGED TO UNITE
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Moscow (W N S)Twenty-six
Russian Jewish leaders appealed
to Jews throughout the world to
aid in the fight against Nazi
Germany, warning that whole-
sale extermination would be the
fate of all Jews, including those
in the United States and Great
Britain, unless Hitlerism is des-
troyed.
The message, the first direct
appeal from Jewish leaders in
Soviet Russia to Jewish com-
munities in all parts of the world,
was drafted and endorsed at a
huge mass meeting here. The
appeal specifically urged Jews
everywhere to cripple Nazi ec-
onomic resources by organizing
a world-wide boycott against
Nazi Germany.
"Brother Jews all over the
world," the message said, "do
everything in your power to
disrupt the German economic
resources. Penetrate and des-
troy at all costs the vital branches
of its industries.
"Spread everywhere the gos-
pel of solidarity behind the So-
viet Union in its fight against the
Fascist monster."
TD SOLVE JEWISH
IN RADIGAL WAY
Zurich (WNS)A prediction
that Nazi Germany and her Fasc-
ist allies are about to embark
upon a "radical solution of the
world Jewish problem" was made
in the Nazi press, which reported
that Fuehrer Hitler was enraged
at recent anti-Nazi statements
made by noted Jewish leaders.
While the exact nature of the
proposed "radical solution" was
not disclosed in the Nazi news-
papers, it was made clear that
steps against the Jews in Nazi-
occupied countries and in lands
under Hitler's domination would
be taken in retaliation for "utter-
ances of international Jewry
that discuss and openly admit the
immediate interests of Jews in
this war."
The Berlin correspondent of
the Swiss newspaper "Gazette de
Lausanne" voiced the belief that
the new anti-Jewish measures
would call for the introduction of
ghettos in all European countries
under the influence of the Axis
partners.
One of the statements by noted
Jewish leaders which infuriated
Hitler, the Nazi press stated, was
the declaration by Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, that
Palestine constituted a bulwark
of democracy against Hitlerism
in the Near East.
The Nazi chorus of anti-Jewish
hate was echoed by the Italian
and Rumanian press, which
singled out for editorial attack
a number of prominent American
Jews, including Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, president of the American
Jewish Congress.


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1941
*Jenisti noridlan
PAGE THREE
KING'S..*^*
KOMMENTS
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Then there was the lady
Who the truth couldn't sabe
Nor try very hard did she
The truth for all to see
In a book she once read
A poem, where it said
There, little rumor don't you cry
You'll be a tall story by and by
So try very hard did she
To follow these words you see
From nothing she'd make something
From something she'd make more
She was hated with anger unabated
People labeled her a bore
Many friends she has lost
Untold trouble she has cost
How much better she would be
If only her fault's she would see.
King announces a deferment
for its rock of GibraltarHe will
not leave as originally planned,
There are attorneys and
there are attorneysall of
whom should be thorough,
specific and exactas for ex-
ample the "arror" in the spell-
ing of ones name on a mailing
list which became exceedingly
irking to him. King has per-
mission to advise the "high
priest" that it will be taken
care of and all future aggrava-
tion will be spared.
should be cautious that he
doesn't overstep the bounds
and do more harm than good
for the group he is aiding and
himself end up behind the pro-
verbial eightballwith a plat-
terful of animosity as the reap-
ing of his efforts.
He is accomplishing but
leaving a path strewn with
distaste for his beneficiary.
And the so-called cantor in the
community is advised to soft
pedal his disparaging remarks
about the rabbi or he might find
himself in an embarrassing sit-
uation.
A softening of attitude of one
of the "vicious" hotels on the
beach known for its outstand-
ing displays of the "only" busi-
ness and the utter lack of re-
gard for decency is in the off-
ing. A series of coincidentals
has paved a rough road and if
promises made are kept, a sore
spot will have been eliminated.
Has our "Vichy" approved
French titled hotel on the beach
owned by one of our co-religion-
ists finally seen the lightHow
and why?
The gentleman who stepped
into an organisation with the
best of intentions and who sin-
cerely is trying to make his
presence felt for betterment
Hot off the griddle is the one
where the editor of our worthy
publication was threatened with
reprisals for not approving and
opening the columns of the paper
to a mushroom type of synagogue
with holiday services scheduled
for a hall and the excuse that the
funds are needed to help build
an old folks home. Whether we
need an old folks home or not is
another storybut the reprisals
first "we'll make you do it.
We'll run it as an ad and make
you take our money. You can't
refuse an ad." And then"You
know what we're gonna do?
We'll put the write-up and cha-
zans picture in the colored paper
published in colored townsee
there."
when he had "V" buttons made
advertising the restaurant for
which he works reading: "V-
ate at Solomon's.
And how about the New
York restaurant which has ad-
vertised for so long: "Our ton-
gues speak for themselves. "
And the message in a ladies
dress shop: "Women's styles
change oftenbut their de-
signs remain the same for-
ever."
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
King offers forthwith some
kulled kracks to lighten the
atmosphere. A friend phones
to tell us how she caught Molly
Picon about to kiss her loving
husband. Jibing her about this
display of affection in public,
Molly bubbled back: "If I
don't give a kisshe don't give
a wrap ..." A postcard dated
Cleveland conveys the stunt
some press agent dreamed up
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
IIAIIE FEIHiLUL
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45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Resources Over $6.100.000
J. M. UPTON. President
To help strengthen Palestine as
an important link in the east-
ern defenses of Great Britain,
the Miami Unit of Junior Hadas-
sah, has devised a program of
activities designed to raise larger
funds for the organization's Pal-
estinian project, to increase the
group's membership and carry on
their intensive program of Zion-
ist education. To preserve de-
mocracy in the Unite* States,
the group plans to take an active
part in defense measures and in
the protection of civil liberties.
The first affair in this program
will be our annual administra-
tion dance to be held this Sunday
evening, August 31 at the Crom-
well Hotel Shore Club. Music
for dancing will be by Al Fried-
man and his orchestra and will
begin at 9 p. m. Admission is 55c
per person. As a means of help-
ing our own defense program as
well as the Palestinian defense
program, the Miami unit of Jun-
ior Hadassah deems it a pleasure
and a privilege to extend to the
men in uniform to be their guests
for the evening.
The committee in charge is
Mrs. Irving Querido, chairman;
Mrs. Harry Breskin, Miss Ruth
Aronson, Miss Rhea Miller and
Miss Rosalyn Klein.
COLUMNIST'S HOMEWORK
Wonder if it's true that
over 150 top flight Jewish mech-
anics throughout the country are
ceaselessly toiling in an effort to
produce a silent airplane engine
. That story about the group
of Hollywood stars playing char-
ades on Malibu Beach (the game
of movie titles.) Some practical
joker brought a hose and sprayed
the group with cold water, clothes
and all. "That," he yelled to
shivering outraged stars, "is the
picture 'The Rains Came.'"
Eddie Robinson was reported to
have thrown a left hook at the
intruder and watching his nose
drip red, said: "And that, you
dope, is 'Blood and Sand.' "...
E. ALBERT PALLOT RESUMES
PRACTICE OF LAW HERE
E. Albert Pallot has resigned
his position as assistant state
attorney general to return to pri-
vate practice. Pallot represented
the State Board of Administration
E. Albert Pallot
and numerous other boards in
the State and Federal courts.
Pallot has resumed his partner-
ship with Charles A. Morehead,
former Dade County Solicitor,
under the firm name of More-
head and Pallot.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
It is a difficult task for me to
"pinch hit" this week for H.
Spencer Schwartz, your regular
Y columnist. I have just re-
ceived word from Spencer from
Birmingham, Alabama, to do his
column and I trust, therefore,
that you will bear with me in
this gigantic task because no one
can write like Harry Schwartz.
Boat Ride
Give credit where credit is due
and that goes for the Junior
Girls who so ably managed to
have a fine boat ride last Mon-
day night. Rita Grossman, ticket
chairman, did a wonderful job
in selling tickets and making
other provisions for the comfort
of the guests. Let us have some
more workers like Rita.
Gymnasium
At this writing the finishing
touches are being put to the
gymnasium, the building of
which was undertaken by Leo
Ackerman, chairman of the hous<;
committee. Seeing is believing
and you folks who read this col-
umn should come out to the Y
and see what a wonderful job
Leo has done. A dedication pro-
gram is now being planned and
will be announced at a later date.
A full athletic program is being
planned that will include classes
in calisthenics, gymnastics and
other athletic events. Exact de-
tails will be given as soon as ar-
rangements have been complet-
ed.
Fall Program
With the approach of the Jew-
ish Holidays, our minds turn to
the program for the coming
months. Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director, is planning an
unusual schedule this fall. There
will be one class in public speak-
ing, a class in parliamentary pro-
cedure, an adult forum group, a
dramatic class, an art class, and
classes in tap and ballet dancing.
In addition, there will be lec-
tures on various interesting top-
ics by experienced persons. Any-
one interested in these courses,
please communicate with Mr.
Grossman.
Junior Activities
A committee composed of Jo-
seph A. Berman, Sam Seitlin, Al
Rosenfeld and Maurice Grossman
are busy preparing a program of
activities for boys and girls over
16 years of age. A unique pro-
gram is being planned for these
groups. An announcement will
be made at a later date. In the
meantime, Mr. Grossman urges
all persons over 16 years of age
to register with him.
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PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELI-NER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
580 8. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAUDE, .Cantor
300 N. W. ISth Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 8. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrla------------7:15 a.m.
Second M in yon_________8:00 a. m.
liincha_______________5:30 p.m.
liaarir------------------------6:00 p. m
Friday________5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service-------.....8:30 a. m.
Sabbath Services
Cantor Joseph Malek and choir
will lead the services Saturday
morning at 8:30. Kiddush will
follow the services.
High Holy Preparations
Preparations are being made
for the observance of the High
Holidays in our synagogue. With
an excellent choir tinder the
leadership of Cantor Joseph
Malek and with Rabbi Abraham
A. Kellner officiating it is hoped
the services this year will excel
those of the past. Every effort
is being made to comfortably
accomodate all worshipers. A
ticket committee headed by A.
Pepper and H. M. Drewich, co-
chairmen, has been formed. As
sisting will be Nat Blumberg,
George Chertkof, Max Kupfer-
stein, Max Mintzer and Sam
Silver. It is urged that you co-
operate with them in making
reservations as far in advance as
possible. Tickets may be ob-
tained now by contacting any
member of this committee and
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1263
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 I-aQorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
TO CHECK
ws
J^*^ IN /DAYS
^666
Congregational
Regular Friday evening ser-
vices at Temple Israel, 137 N. E.
19th Street, at 8:15 o'clock, with
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciating.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us "
At the services Friday evening
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Yetta Wien-
er, wife of David Wiener.
Yahrzeits: Mendel Koffler,
father of Mrs. Nathan Sperling;
Caroline Wolf, mother of Mrs.
Clara Hyman; Isaac Eskin, fath-
er of Mrs. Jack Bernstein; Ma-
thilda Kolberg, sister of A. Wert-
heimer; Rosalie Utitz, mother of
Mrs. Dave Eichengreen.
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
bT PHINEAS J. BIRON
eat and drink
AT
JENKINS' LITTLE INN
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St
later through a committee at the
new synagogue.
Card and Man Jongg Party
On Sunday evening, Septem-
ber 7th the Ladies Auxiliary will
sponsor a card and mah jongg
party at the old synagogue, 1545
S. W. 3rd street with Mrs. Louis
Block and Mrs. A. Traeger as
hostesses. Door prizes will be
awarded and refreshments
served. Proceeds will benefit
the Talmud Torah fund.
Hebrew School
At a board meeting of the con-
gregation held Tuesday evening
the following were appointed to
serve on the Hebrew School com-
mittee: E. Gordon, chairman, as-
sisted by Louis Block, Wm.
Clein, H. M. Drewich, Sam Silver,
J. Swiskow. Representing the
Ladies Auxiliary will be Mrs.
Ida Buckstein and Mrs. Charles
Tanenbaum.
Boat Ride a Huge Success
A capacity crowd enjoyed the
boat ride sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary on last Wednesday
evening. Many requests have
come to the Auxiliary for an-
other similar affair, so success-
ful was this one. Mrs. Charles
Tanenbaum and Mrs. Sam Tan-
enbaum were co-chairmen.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
the usual proclamation "Sam H.
Harris presents ..."
INFORMATION PLAYS
Famous firsts we've culled for
you from the newly published
Volume Four of the Universal
Jewish Encyclopedia include the
following. Mary Ann E. Cross,
an Englishwoman whom the late
Dr. Nahum Sokolow credited
with having played an important
part in creating an intellectual
welcome for the Zionist ideal
when it fnally emerged in Her-
zl's work (you know Mary Ann
better as George Eliot) Na-
thaniel Isaacs, early ninteenth
century explorer, who was the
first to give a scientific account
of Eastern Africa, and who con-
tributed to the acquisition of
Natal by England Enoch Ben-
Jared, whom your forefathers
revered as the inventor of the
three R's and astronomy besides
(perhaps we should further iden-
tify him as the father of Methu-
selah) ... Dr. Ephriam M. Ep-
stein, an ex-rabbi who graduated
from a Christian theological semi-
nary and then studied medicine,
and who was the first head of the
University of Dakota back in
1882, and as a matter of fact for
the first couple of months con-
stituted the University's entire
teaching staff And the year
1542, date of the first census of
English Jews after the expulsion
of 1290 Here's a tip to editors,
incidentally: The fourth cen-
tenary of that census is nearly
upon us, so start gathering your
material on it now .
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Cengrefatlon)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________7:30 a.m.
Evening Services_____ 6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning.........._ 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning ......__8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily9-12 a.m.
Mrs. Louis Margulits Reporting for Beth
Da-.td Congregottom and Sisterhood
IT LIKES YOU
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace
Prominent Cantor Arrires
Beth David Congregation has
secured the services of one of the
most prominent cantors,Cantor
Henry A. Marbein who will con-
duct the services during the High
Holidays and throughout the
year. The Cantor received his
training in the conservatories of
Vienna and Milan, Italy. Inter-
esting it is that the great tenor,
Enrico Caruso, interested him-
self in the career of Marbein and
made it possible for him to study
at the Milan conservatory.
The Cantor has served the Ho-
boken Jewish Center and Con-
gregation B'nai Sholom, the
Ninth Street Temple of Brook-
lyn, during the past nine years.
He was also affiliated with the
original Chicago Civic Opera
Company. Cantor Marbein or-
ganized the joint community
chorus of sixty voices of Temples
Beth Elohim and B'nai Sholom of
Brooklyn and sang with the
chorus at the Temple of Religion
at the World's Fair at the open-
ing of the Temple.
A large choir is being organized
for the High Holidays and
throughout the year under the
capable direction of Cantor Mar-
bein. Those who desire to join
the choir are asked to phone
2-1473, 2-2176 or 2-3892.
Choir Practice
The Beth David choir with
Cantor Marbein meets daily at
the Talmud Torah. We are de-
sirous of securing men, bass, bari-
tone and tenor; men with trained
voices for the High Holidays.
Men who qualify are asked to
phone 2-1473 and discuss the
matter with the Rabbi or Cantor.
Radio Program
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
Synagogue Services
Shachriss, daily at 8 a. m., Sat-
urday at 8:30 a. m. Junior Con-
gregation Saturday at 9:00 a. m.
Mincha, daily at 6:30 p. m., Fri-
day and Saturday at 6:15 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 7:15 p. m.,
Saturday at 7:20 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
6:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
Bar Mitzvah
Bernard Joseph Milstein will
celebrate his becoming a bar
mitzvah during this Saturday
morning's service. Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will instruct the boy after
his bar mitzvah address.
Religious School
Regular examination of all
classes will be held during the
coming week by the rabbi and
members of the board of educa-
tion.
Miss Sonia Shpall will return
to her classes this coming week.
Holy Day Preparations
A large number of new selec-
tions are being prepared by our
double choir this year under the
direction of our cantor and A. L.
Mechlowitz. We expect to have
the most outstanding services in
the history of our city this year.
Tickets will be on sale for
seats in both buildings within
two weeks.
Our new synagogue building is
receiving a new outer coat of
paint in preparation for the new
year.
On Vacation
M. B. Frank, our president, and
his family have left for a two
weeks' vacation in New York
where he will also attend a num-
ber of congregational matters.
duct the radio hour over station
W. I. O. D. this Sunday from
4:30 to 5 p. m. Cantor Henry
Marbein will be in charge of
the music. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the subject: "Optimism
and Reality."



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PAGE SEVEN
LIME-PIE AN OLO
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From the Blue Flam* Kitchen
of the Peoples Water and
Gas Company
By Kathleen O'Connell
Occasionally I stray off the
reservation, and last week I found
myself down in the Persian Lime
groves, near Goulds, Florida.
Can you imagine a nicer place
to be on a hot day? Makes me
long for lime-scented bath crys-
tals. As I wandered around in
the groves, admiring the bright
green, smooth-skinned limes, I
could not help gloating over my
friends up North. Up there,
where refreshing limeades are
the panacea for heat waves, Per-
sian limes are a near luxury.
And here, practically in our own
back yard, this exotic fruit is
plentiful and most economical.
I use limes in cooking not only
because they are a Florida pro-
duct of delightful flavor, but
because lime juice is a good
source of Vitamin C. It is a
good scurvy preventative, too.
In case your interested and want
to pin me down to facts, lime
juice is 7% citric acid, which
makes it more acid than lemons.
Next time you make hollandaise
sauce, use fragrant lime juice.
And use it in mayonnaise, too,
for mayonnaise is only the cold
sister to hollandaise. Wedges of
Persian Limes, powdered with
paprika, make a colorful garnish
for a fish platter. And as for
lime pie! Now that is what I
really want to shout about.
Lime pie is a real dessert
fragrant, delicious, tart. In
search of the best lime pie, I
have eaten it from Miami Beach
to Key West. However, most
people guard their recipe jeal-
ously, in an irritating manner.
It is hardly in keeping with
Southern hospitality to withhold
a recipe for a pie that on its
own merits needs no Greta Garbo
build-up.
Undaunted, I went to work in
our own Blue Flame kitchen and
tested for the best lime pie for-
mula. The judges were the Gas
House Gang. The most popular
pie with them is a creamy rich
pie with a fluffy meringue. In
the mellow flavored pie we use
condensed milk (evaporated milk
wont work.) The trick of the
pie is that the condensed milk is
successfully disguised. If you
like, tint filling a delicate green,
I do Try using some lime
juice in the water for your pie
shell. The addition of acid to a
pie dough makes a flakier, crisper
crust. Put a whiff of almond
flavoring in the meringue. Bake
in a moderate oven and there
you have it Florida's Lime
Pie.
Persian Lime Pie
1 Pastry shell
Filling
1 14-oz. can condensed milk
3 egg yolks
4 tablespoons sugar
Vi Cup lime juice
2 Teaspoons Cornstarch
1 Tablespoon butter
Grated rind of lime
Beat egg yolks until thick and
lemon colored. Add sugar and
beat in condensed milk. Add
lime juice and mix well. The
mixture will begin to thicken.
Add the cornstarch which has
been made into a paste with a
portion of the lime juice. Cook
over a low flame until the filling
has thickened. Stir constantly.
Add butter and grated rind. Use
a little green color if desired.
Cool this filling before putting
into the pastry shell.
Meringue
Temperature: 350 degrees F.
Time: 12-15 minutes
3 egg whites
Va teaspoon cream of tartar
V* teaspoon salt
6 Tablespoons sugar
Vi Teaspoon almond extract
Add salt to egg whites which
are at room temperature. Beat
until foamy. Add cream of tar-
tar. Beat until egg whites are
glossy and hold a point. Beat in
sugar. Pile on top of pie, making
sure that the meringue touches
the edges of the pie crust. Bake
in a preheated oven.
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An Expose of Un-Ameri-
can Activities in the United
States.
Watch for fireworks in Mexico!
The German Minister, Baron
Rudt von Collenberg-Boding-
heim and his officialand unof-
ficialstaff are to be main fea-
tures in the pyrotechnic display
Like skyrockets, they will leave
Mexican territory in a comet-
like bee-line for the fatherland.
The Mexican Ministry of the
Interior is now checking up on
scores of Nazi and Fascist es-
pionage and propaganda agents.
For a long time, such investi-
gation was demanded by patrio-
tic Mexicans, alarmed over the
progress of the Nazi and Falange
Fifth Column. Matters are rapid-
ly reaching a climax, due to the
threatening note delivered to the
Mexican Foreign Office by the
German Minister, requesting that
the government protest to the
United States against Washing-
ton's blacklist of pro-Axis firms.
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1941
FLORIDA'S NEWEST FINEST A LARGEST
Ail-Year Hotel
THE RIVIERA
Near Dajteaa Beach,
Ideal Convention er Conference Bimdmumltim. CepmcUi ML
The only Hotel Bar epem all year between
Jacksonville Pals* Beach.
Radio and Faa In Sreiy Room. Golf Link*, Art sets n Ssrlmmtag
Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis. Badminton. Pin* Pong. Croquet.
Heweshoe and Bhuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Coarentloa
Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds.
COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA. AT TUB BIBTHPLACsl OF
THE TRADB WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current
meets the Gulf Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing arc
Suaerb.
Write ftr Special Bummer Rates, April U December.
Hotel Riviera, Box 429, Day tona Beach, Fin.
MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL A CRACKER
VACATION HEADQUARTERS.
FOR "SCORCHED
EARTH" POLICY
Ankara (W N S)The Nazi
high command issued a warning
threatening death to the Jewish
population of Russia in retalia-
tion of Stalin's effective "scorched
earth" policy which has netted
the Nazi armies advancing in
the Ukraine nothing but des-
troyed cities and burned fields,
it was reported here.
Nazi hopes of strengthening
the German war machine with
the supplies of the wealthy Uk-
raine were dashed to the ground
when Nazi troops battling their
way into the Russian "bread
basket" fell heir to ghost-like
cities of ruins and flames.
The enraged Nazi high com-
mand immediately accused the
Jews of forcing the "scorched
earth" policy on the Russian
people and warned that the Jews
would be made to suffer after
a decisive Nazi victory. A cor-
respondent of Nazi Propaganda
Minister Goebbel's personal
mouthpiece, "Der Angriff," ac-
companying the German army in
the Ukraine, reported that he
had found the White Russian
cities of Minsk, Vitebsk and Bob-
ruisk and the Ukranian cities of
Zhitomir and Berdichev in total
ruins.
The Nazi reporter stated that
while the Russian Jews were
not as "parasitic" as their fellow
European Jews, they neverthe-
less were chiefly responsible for
the Russo-German war and
would some day have to pay the
penalty. The Nazi newspaper
reported that Russian Jewish pri-
soners were segregated from the
other Russian prisoners and sent
to different concentration camps.
Meanwhile, the Nazi press re-
newed its anti-Jewish campaign,
charging that Russian Jews are
demanding that the Russian
armies launch poison gas attacks
against Nazi soldiers. Neutral
observers here voiced the belief
that the Nazi high command is
planning poison gas attacks
against the Russians and is manu-
facturing justifications of these
attacks in advance.
"Jewish commissars," one Na-
zi newspaper said, "have sub-
mitted to Moscow a plan to be-
gin gas warfare on the Eastern
front. They base their argu-
ments largely on the fact that
Russia is immune to reprisal
attacks due to certain anti-gas
measures invented by a Jewish
scientist named Jacob Trachten-
berg."
The note was rejected as "im-
perious and unacceptable" by
Foreign Minister Ezequiel Pa-
dilla, who said: "My government
does not admit for one moment
the insinuation that President
Roosevelt's economic program
violates Mexico's liberty of com-
merce and even her sovereignty."
The German Minister said in
his note that Mexico's "resigned
acceptance" of Washington's
measures would certainly "in-
fluence the decision of the Ger-
man government upon renewing
commercial relations with Mex-
ico after the war."
Small wonder the German Mi-
nister seeks to protect the ap-
proximately 190 business houses
now on the blacklist, for in the
past they supplied the silver
bullets for Nazi propaganda cam-
paigns!
Branch of Nasi Party in Mexico
The moment Hitler came to
power in Germany, a branch of
the Nazi Party was founded in
Mexico. Chief of the Party was
Arthur Dietrich, accredited to
the German Embassy as Press
Attache until he was expelled.
He set up numerous German or-
ganizations, camouflagedto cite
an exampleas the "Society for
the Promulgation of German Mu-
sic in Mexico." Many Germans
who were either conservative or
monarchist while they resided
in the Reich, were opposed to
the Nazi Terror. They tried to
withstand the pressure of th3
Nazi Party and the camouflaged
organizations. However, as r.oon
as strong economic forces were
brought into play against them,
they became members of the
Nazified German colony.
Most of the Germans were
part and parcel of Mexico's ec-
onomic system, either as expor-
ters of raw materials from Mexi-
co to Germany, or, importers of
manufactured products from
their home country. The Ger-
man settler's dependence upon
his fatherland was skillfully ex-
ploited by Nazi strategists. Ger-
mans were forced into line. If
they failed to comply, they be-
came subject to the wrath of
Nazi authorities, and to economic
ruin through boycott.
Pressure on Industrialists
As soon as the entire German
colony was Nazified, the German
Embassy set wheels in motion
for the next step. First of all,
they felt, Mexican newspapers
and publications should be won
over to the cause. This could
be achieved only with large sums
of money. Funds had to come,
of course, from German business
houses, headed by such well-
known firms as Casa Bayer, Un-
ion Quimica (I. G. Farben,)
Schering Kahlbaum, Casa Boker,
Casa Stein, Beich Felix, Casa
Merck Veerkamp.
To this list must be added the
owners of large coffee planta-
tions, exporters of wood, and pro-
prietors of numerous breweries.
All of the German industrialists
and merchants were persuaded
by Dietrich himself to advertise
regularly in newspapers favor-
able to the Hitler regime, or in
papers which had to be won over
to the Nazi point of view.
Typical Example
Typical example of the pres-
sure employed is a letter to the
German Chamber of Commerce
of Mexico, in which Dietrich
wrote, among other things:
"As you know, for some time
I have been making efforts to
obtain, in return for the adver-
tisements which the German
firms give to the newspapers of
this country, their cooperation in
diffusing German informative
material.
"Now I have the opportunity
with the cooperation of Mr. Ro-
berto Olvarria, who was recom-
mended to me by a German firm
to make an agreement with the
paper "La Prensa," which gives
us, at least in this paper, great
advantages. La Prensa has put
at my disposal, free of charge,
space for the publication of ar-
ticles and reports, amounting to
at least half the space which the
German firms take for their ad-
vertisements. Price of advertise-
ments will not be raised as a re-
HUNDREDS DIE
JEWISH GHETTO
Istanbul (WNS)Conditions in
the Warsaw Jewish ghetto have
become so frightful since the be-
ginning of the Russo-German
war that an average of 300 Jews
die every day, according to a
correspondent of the Turkish Te-
legraphic Agency who recently
visited the ghetto.
The appalling death rate was
attributed by the correspondent
to the complete lack of sanitary
facilities in the ghetto, insuffi-
cient food and drinking water
and to the back-breaking slave
labor which the Jews are com-
pelled to do 12 hours a day.
The Turkish newspaperman,
who has made a tour of all the
Nazi-occupied countries, stated
that nowhere else in Europe did
he see such misery and poverty
as in Nazi-occupied Poland. Pre-
sent day conditions in Poland, he
said, were indescribable.
Indirect confirmation of the re-
port that 300 Jews die daily in
the Warsaw ghetto was furnished
by the Nazi newspaper" Krak-
auer Zeitung," which reported
that the Nazi administration in
Poland has decided to build a
crematorium in the Warsaw
ghetto since all the Jewish ceme-
teries there are filled.
suit of this agreement, but on the
contrary, the paper is well dis-
posed to give additional free fa-
cilities for the editing and illus-
traton of the ads.
"In personal conversations
which I have had with the editor
of the paper, Mr. Glass, as well
as with the head of the adver-
tisin department, Mr. Navarro, I
have been given assurances of
the friendliest disposition of those
men toward the above mentioned
plan.
" For that reason I ask
your cooperation in this plan by
sending this week a circular to
the associated firms of the Ger-
man Chamber of Commerce, in
which they are advised of the
way in which they can help in
this campaign of propaganda .
With German Salute: Heil Hitler!
(Sigued) Arthur Dietrich
Chief of Press Service of the
German Embassy"'
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try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN
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pleasant to take and unusu-
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Pills are also recommended
for Neuralgia, Muscular
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Pains and pain following
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1941 vJewisti flcricifctn PAGE SEVEN LIME-PIE AN OLO F From the Blue Flam* Kitchen of the Peoples Water and Gas Company By Kathleen O'Connell Occasionally I stray off the reservation, and last week I found myself down in the Persian Lime groves, near Goulds, Florida. Can you imagine a nicer place to be on a hot day? Makes me long for lime-scented bath crystals. As I wandered around in the groves, admiring the bright green, smooth-skinned limes, I could not help gloating over my friends up North. Up there, where refreshing limeades are the panacea for heat waves, Persian limes are a near luxury. And here, practically in our own back yard, this exotic fruit is plentiful and most economical. I use limes in cooking not only because they are a Florida product of delightful flavor, but because lime juice is a good source of Vitamin C. It is a good scurvy preventative, too. In case your interested and want to pin me down to facts, lime juice is 7% citric acid, which makes it more acid than lemons. Next time you make hollandaise sauce, use fragrant lime juice. And use it in mayonnaise, too, for mayonnaise is only the cold sister to hollandaise. Wedges of Persian Limes, powdered with paprika, make a colorful garnish for a fish platter. And as for lime pie! Now that is what I really want to shout about. Lime pie is a real dessert— fragrant, delicious, tart. In search of the best lime pie, I have eaten it from Miami Beach to Key West. However, most people guard their recipe jealously, in an irritating manner. It is hardly in keeping with Southern hospitality to withhold a recipe for a pie that on its own merits needs no Greta Garbo build-up. Undaunted, I went to work in our own Blue Flame kitchen and tested for the best lime pie formula. The judges were the Gas House Gang. The most popular pie with them is a creamy rich pie with a fluffy meringue. In the mellow flavored pie we use condensed milk (evaporated milk wont work.) The trick of the pie is that the condensed milk is successfully disguised. If you like, tint filling a delicate green, I do Try using some lime juice in the water for your pie shell. The addition of acid to a pie dough makes a flakier, crisper crust. Put a whiff of almond flavoring in the meringue. Bake in a moderate oven and there you have it Florida's Lime Pie. Persian Lime Pie 1 Pastry shell Filling 1 14-oz. can condensed milk 3 egg yolks 4 tablespoons sugar Vi Cup lime juice 2 Teaspoons Cornstarch 1 Tablespoon butter Grated rind of lime Beat egg yolks until thick and lemon colored. Add sugar and beat in condensed milk. Add lime juice and mix well. The mixture will begin to thicken. Add the cornstarch which has been made into a paste with a portion of the lime juice. Cook over a low flame until the filling has thickened. Stir constantly. Add butter and grated rind. Use a little green color if desired. Cool this filling before putting into the pastry shell. Meringue Temperature: 350 degrees F. Time: 12-15 minutes 3 egg whites VA teaspoon cream of tartar V* teaspoon salt 6 Tablespoons sugar Vi Teaspoon almond extract Add salt to egg whites which are at room temperature. Beat until foamy. Add cream of tartar. Beat until egg whites are glossy and hold a point. Beat in sugar. Pile on top of pie, making sure that the meringue touches the edges of the pie crust. Bake in a preheated oven. Painting. Paperhanging Plastering Decorating Expert Workmanship Licensed and Insured Free Estimates PHONE 4-0884 UIHKE UP nuiERiin! By WES K. FREIHERD • An Expose of Un-American Activities in the United States. Watch for fireworks in Mexico! The German Minister, Baron Rudt von Collenberg-Bodingheim and his official—and unofficial—staff are to be main features in the pyrotechnic display Like skyrockets, they will leave Mexican territory in a cometlike bee-line for the fatherland. The Mexican Ministry of the Interior is now checking up on scores of Nazi and Fascist espionage and propaganda agents. For a long time, such investigation was demanded by patriotic Mexicans, alarmed over the progress of the Nazi and Falange Fifth Column. Matters are rapidly reaching a climax, due to the threatening note delivered to the Mexican Foreign Office by the German Minister, requesting that the government protest to the United States against Washington's blacklist of pro-Axis firms. MIAMI MOTOR CENTER. Inc. INCORPORATED ONE STOP SUPER SERVICE Day and Night Wrecker Service FRAME AND AXLE ALIGNING Expert Brake Service PAINTING 1287 N. W. 20th STREET PHONE 2-9260 • 1941 • FLORIDA'S NEWEST — FINEST A LARGEST Ail-Year Hotel THE RIVIERA Near Dajteaa Beach, Ideal Convention er Conference Bimdmumltim. CepmcUi ML The only Hotel Bar epem all year between Jacksonville Pals* Beach. Radio and Faa In Sreiy Room. Golf Link*, Art sets n Ssrlmmtag Pool with Sand Beach. Tennis. Badminton. Pin* Pong. Croquet. He w eshoe and Bhuffleboard Courts. Ballroom and Coarentloa Hall. Banquet Facilities. Spacious Grounds. COOLEST SPOT IN ALL FLORIDA. AT TUB BIBTHPLACsl OF THE TRADB WINDS. Where the Labrador (Arctic) Current meets the Gulf Stream, and Summer Bathing and Fishing arc Suaerb. Write ftr Special Bummer Rates, April U December. Hotel Riviera, Box 429, Day tona Beach, Fin. MOUNTAINEER, TAR HEEL A CRACKER VACATION HEADQUARTERS. FOR "SCORCHED EARTH" POLICY Ankara (W N S)—The Nazi high command issued a warning threatening death to the Jewish population of Russia in retaliation of Stalin's effective "scorched earth" policy which has netted the Nazi armies advancing in the Ukraine nothing but destroyed cities and burned fields, it was reported here. Nazi hopes of strengthening the German war machine with the supplies of the wealthy Ukraine were dashed to the ground when Nazi troops battling their way into the Russian "bread basket" fell heir to ghost-like cities of ruins and flames. The enraged Nazi high command immediately accused the Jews of forcing the "scorched earth" policy on the Russian people and warned that the Jews would be made to suffer after a decisive Nazi victory. A correspondent of Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbel's personal mouthpiece, "Der Angriff," accompanying the German army in the Ukraine, reported that he had found the White Russian cities of Minsk, Vitebsk and Bobruisk and the Ukranian cities of Zhitomir and Berdichev in total ruins. The Nazi reporter stated that while the Russian Jews were not as "parasitic" as their fellow European Jews, they nevertheless were chiefly responsible for the Russo-German war and would some day have to pay the penalty. The Nazi newspaper reported that Russian Jewish prisoners were segregated from the other Russian prisoners and sent to different concentration camps. Meanwhile, the Nazi press renewed its anti-Jewish campaign, charging that Russian Jews are demanding that the Russian armies launch poison gas attacks against Nazi soldiers. Neutral observers here voiced the belief that the Nazi high command is planning poison gas attacks against the Russians and is manufacturing justifications of these attacks in advance. "Jewish commissars," one Nazi newspaper said, "have submitted to Moscow a plan to begin gas warfare on the Eastern front. They base their arguments largely on the fact that Russia is immune to reprisal attacks due to certain anti-gas measures invented by a Jewish scientist named Jacob Trachtenberg." The note was rejected as "imperious and unacceptable" by Foreign Minister Ezequiel Padilla, who said: "My government does not admit for one moment the insinuation that President Roosevelt's economic program violates Mexico's liberty of commerce and even her sovereignty." The German Minister said in his note that Mexico's "resigned acceptance" of Washington's measures would certainly "influence the decision of the German government upon renewing commercial relations with Mexico after the war." Small wonder the German Minister seeks to protect the approximately 190 business houses now on the blacklist, for in the past they supplied the silver bullets for Nazi propaganda campaigns! Branch of Nasi Party in Mexico The moment Hitler came to power in Germany, a branch of the Nazi Party was founded in Mexico. Chief of the Party was Arthur Dietrich, accredited to the German Embassy as Press Attache until he was expelled. He set up numerous German organizations, camouflaged—to cite an example—as the "Society for the Promulgation of German Music in Mexico." Many Germans who were either conservative or monarchist while they resided in the Reich, were opposed to the Nazi Terror. They tried to withstand the pressure of th3 Nazi Party and the camouflaged organizations. However, as r.oon as strong economic forces were brought into play against them, they became members of the Nazified German colony. Most of the Germans were part and parcel of Mexico's economic system, either as exporters of raw materials from Mexico to Germany, or, importers of manufactured products from their home country. The German settler's dependence upon his fatherland was skillfully exploited by Nazi strategists. Germans were forced into line. If they failed to comply, they became subject to the wrath of Nazi authorities, and to economic ruin through boycott. Pressure on Industrialists As soon as the entire German colony was Nazified, the German Embassy set wheels in motion for the next step. First of all, they felt, Mexican newspapers and publications should be won over to the cause. This could be achieved only with large sums of money. Funds had to come, of course, from German business houses, headed by such wellknown firms as Casa Bayer, Union Quimica (I. G. Farben,) Schering Kahlbaum, Casa Boker, Casa Stein, Beich Felix, Casa Merck Veerkamp. To this list must be added the owners of large coffee plantations, exporters of wood, and proprietors of numerous breweries. All of the German industrialists and merchants were persuaded by Dietrich himself to advertise regularly in newspapers favorable to the Hitler regime, or in papers which had to be won over to the Nazi point of view. Typical Example Typical example of the pressure employed is a letter to the German Chamber of Commerce of Mexico, in which Dietrich wrote, among other things: "As you know, for some time I have been making efforts to obtain, in return for the advertisements which the German firms give to the newspapers of this country, their cooperation in diffusing German informative material. "Now I have the opportunity— with the cooperation of Mr. Roberto Olvarria, who was recommended to me by a German firm —to make an agreement with the paper "La Prensa," which gives us, at least in this paper, great advantages. La Prensa has put at my disposal, free of charge, space for the publication of articles and reports, amounting to at least half the space which the German firms take for their advertisements. Price of advertisements will not be raised as a reHUNDREDS DIE JEWISH GHETTO Istanbul (WNS)—Conditions in the Warsaw Jewish ghetto have become so frightful since the beginning of the Russo-German war that an average of 300 Jews die every day, according to a correspondent of the Turkish Telegraphic Agency who recently visited the ghetto. The appalling death rate was attributed by the correspondent to the complete lack of sanitary facilities in the ghetto, insufficient food and drinking water and to the back-breaking slave labor which the Jews are compelled to do 12 hours a day. The Turkish newspaperman, who has made a tour of all the Nazi-occupied countries, stated that nowhere else in Europe did he see such misery and poverty as in Nazi-occupied Poland. Present day conditions in Poland, he said, were indescribable. Indirect confirmation of the report that 300 Jews die daily in the Warsaw ghetto was furnished by the Nazi newspaper" Krakauer Zeitung," which reported that the Nazi administration in Poland has decided to build a crematorium in the Warsaw ghetto since all the Jewish cemeteries there are filled. suit of this agreement, but on the contrary, the paper is well disposed to give additional free facilities for the editing and illustraton of the ads. "In personal conversations which I have had with the editor of the paper, Mr. Glass, as well as with the head of the advertisin department, Mr. Navarro, I have been given assurances of the friendliest disposition of those men toward the above mentioned plan. For that reason I ask your cooperation in this plan by sending this week a circular to the associated firms of the German Chamber of Commerce, in which they are advised of the way in which they can help in this campaign of propaganda With German Salute: Heil Hitler! (Sigued) Arthur Dietrich Chief of Press Service of the German Embassy"' RtUtf ftt: Headaches oleNeurak or Muscular i vmpli bSJW*S F ? you never have had any. of these pains, be thankful. They can take a lot of the Joy out of life. If you have ever suffered, as most of us have, from a headache, the next time try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS. You will find them pleasant to take and unusually prompt and effective in action. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are also recommended for Neuralgia, Muscular Pains, Functional Menstrual Pains and pain following tooth extraction. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain PlDs do Bet upset the stomach or leave with a dopey. dructMl At Tear Dreg Stem US Tablets *1* realm*! MM

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. 1941 *Jmisti florid fori PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELI-NER. Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 580 8. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAUDE, .Cantor 300 N. W. ISth Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 8. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrla 7:15 a.m. Second M in yon 8:00 a. m. liincha 5:30 p.m. liaarir 6:00 p. m Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8 :30 a. m. Sabbath Services Cantor Joseph Malek and choir will lead the services Saturday morning at 8:30. Kiddush will follow the services. High Holy Preparations Preparations are being made for the observance of the High Holidays in our synagogue. With an excellent choir tinder the leadership of Cantor Joseph Malek and with Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner officiating it is hoped the services this year will excel those of the past. Every effort is being made to comfortably accomodate all worshipers. A ticket committee headed by A. Pepper and H. M. Drewich, cochairmen, has been formed. As sisting will be Nat Blumberg, George Chertkof, Max Kupferstein, Max Mintzer and Sam Silver. It is urged that you cooperate with them in making reservations as far in advance as possible. Tickets may be obtained now by contacting any member of this committee and TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1263 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 I-aQorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 TO CHECK ws J^*^ IN /DAYS ^666 Congregational Regular Friday evening services at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th Street, at 8:15 o'clock, with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us At the services Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Yetta Wiener, wife of David Wiener. Yahrzeits: Mendel Koffler, father of Mrs. Nathan Sperling; Caroline Wolf, mother of Mrs. Clara Hyman; Isaac Eskin, father of Mrs. Jack Bernstein; Mathilda Kolberg, sister of A. Wertheimer; Rosalie Utitz, mother of Mrs. Dave Eichengreen. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere bT PHINEAS J. BIRON eat and drink AT JENKINS' LITTLE INN OPEN ALL NIGHT Cor S. E. 1 Ave. & S. E. 1 St later through a committee at the new synagogue. Card and Man Jongg Party On Sunday evening, September 7th the Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a card and mah jongg party at the old synagogue, 1545 S. W. 3rd street with Mrs. Louis Block and Mrs. A. Traeger as hostesses. Door prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. Proceeds will benefit the Talmud Torah fund. Hebrew School At a board meeting of the congregation held Tuesday evening the following were appointed to serve on the Hebrew School committee: E. Gordon, chairman, assisted by Louis Block, Wm. Clein, H. M. Drewich, Sam Silver, J. Swiskow. Representing the Ladies Auxiliary will be Mrs. Ida Buckstein and Mrs. Charles Tanenbaum. Boat Ride a Huge Success A capacity crowd enjoyed the boat ride sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary on last Wednesday evening. Many requests have come to the Auxiliary for another similar affair, so successful was this one. Mrs. Charles Tanenbaum and Mrs. Sam Tanenbaum were co-chairmen. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) the usual proclamation "Sam H. Harris presents ..." INFORMATION PLAYS Famous firsts we've culled for you from the newly published Volume Four of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia include the following. Mary Ann E. Cross, an Englishwoman whom the late Dr. Nahum Sokolow credited with having played an important part in creating an intellectual welcome for the Zionist ideal when it fnally emerged in Herzl's work (you know Mary Ann better as George Eliot) Nathaniel Isaacs, early ninteenth century explorer, who was the first to give a scientific account of Eastern Africa, and who contributed to the acquisition of Natal by England Enoch BenJared, whom your forefathers revered as the inventor of the three R's and astronomy besides (perhaps we should further identify him as the father of Methuselah) ... Dr. Ephriam M. Epstein, an ex-rabbi who graduated from a Christian theological seminary and then studied medicine, and who was the first head of the University of Dakota back in 1882, and as a matter of fact for the first couple of months constituted the University's entire teaching staff And the year 1542, date of the first census of English Jews after the expulsion of 1290 Here's a tip to editors, incidentally: The fourth centenary of that census is nearly upon us, so start gathering your material on it now CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Cengrefatlon) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning 8 :00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily—9-12 a.m. Mrs. Louis Margulits Reporting for Beth Da-.td Congregottom and Sisterhood IT LIKES YOU BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21st Terrace Prominent Cantor Arrires Beth David Congregation has secured the services of one of the most prominent cantors,—Cantor Henry A. Marbein who will conduct the services during the High Holidays and throughout the year. The Cantor received his training in the conservatories of Vienna and Milan, Italy. Interesting it is that the great tenor, Enrico Caruso, interested himself in the career of Marbein and made it possible for him to study at the Milan conservatory. The Cantor has served the Hoboken Jewish Center and Congregation B'nai Sholom, the Ninth Street Temple of Brooklyn, during the past nine years. He was also affiliated with the original Chicago Civic Opera Company. Cantor Marbein organized the joint community chorus of sixty voices of Temples Beth Elohim and B'nai Sholom of Brooklyn and sang with the chorus at the Temple of Religion at the World's Fair at the opening of the Temple. A large choir is being organized for the High Holidays and throughout the year under the capable direction of Cantor Marbein. Those who desire to join the choir are asked to phone 2-1473, 2-2176 or 2-3892. Choir Practice The Beth David choir with Cantor Marbein meets daily at the Talmud Torah. We are desirous of securing men, bass, baritone and tenor; men with trained voices for the High Holidays. Men who qualify are asked to phone 2-1473 and discuss the matter with the Rabbi or Cantor. Radio Program Rabbi Max Shapiro will conSynagogue 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., Friday and Saturday at 6:15 p. m. Maariv, daily at 7:15 p. m., Saturday at 7:20 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Bar Mitzvah Bernard Joseph Milstein will celebrate his becoming a bar mitzvah during this Saturday morning's service. Rabbi Mescheloff will instruct the boy after his bar mitzvah address. Religious School Regular examination of all classes will be held during the coming week by the rabbi and members of the board of education. Miss Sonia Shpall will return to her classes this coming week. Holy Day Preparations A large number of new selections are being prepared by our double choir this year under the direction of our cantor and A. L. Mechlowitz. We expect to have the most outstanding services in the history of our city this year. Tickets will be on sale for seats in both buildings within two weeks. Our new synagogue building is receiving a new outer coat of paint in preparation for the new year. On Vacation M. B. Frank, our president, and his family have left for a two weeks' vacation in New York where he will also attend a number of congregational matters. duct the radio hour over station W. I. O. D. this Sunday from 4:30 to 5 p. m. Cantor Henry Marbein will be in charge of the music. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject: "Optimism and Reality."


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1941 *Jenisti noridlan PAGE THREE KING'S..*^* KOMMENTS 0 0 0 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Then there was the lady Who the truth couldn't sabe Nor try very hard did she The truth for all to see In a book she once read A poem, where it said There, little rumor don't you cry You'll be a tall story by and by So try very hard did she To follow these words you see From nothing she'd make something From something she'd make more She was hated with anger unabated— People labeled her a bore Many friends she has lost Untold trouble she has cost How much better she would be If only her fault's she would see. King announces a deferment for its rock of Gibraltar—He will not leave as originally planned, There are attorneys and there are attorneys—all of whom should be thorough, specific and exact—as for example the "arror" in the spelling of ones name on a mailing list which became exceedingly irking to him. King has permission to advise the "high priest" that it will be taken care of and all future aggravation will be spared. should be cautious that he doesn't overstep the bounds and do more harm than good for the group he is aiding and himself end up behind the proverbial eightball—with a platterful of animosity as the reaping of his efforts. He is accomplishing — but leaving a path strewn with distaste for his beneficiary. And the so-called cantor in the community is advised to soft pedal his disparaging remarks about the rabbi or he might find himself in an embarrassing situation. A softening of attitude of one of the "vicious" hotels on the beach known for its outstanding displays of the "only" business and the utter lack of regard for decency is in the offing. A series of coincidentals has paved a rough road and if promises made are kept, a sore spot will have been eliminated. Has our "Vichy" approved French titled hotel on the beach owned by one of our co-religionists finally seen the light—How and why? The gentleman who stepped into an organisation with the best of intentions and who sincerely is trying to make his presence felt for betterment Hot off the griddle is the one where the editor of our worthy publication was threatened with reprisals for not approving and opening the columns of the paper to a mushroom type of synagogue with holiday services scheduled for a hall and the excuse that the funds are needed to help build an old folks home. Whether we need an old folks home or not is another story—but the reprisals —first "we'll make you do it. We'll run it as an ad and make you take our money. You can't refuse an ad." And then—"You know what we're gonna do?— We'll put the write-up and chazans picture in the colored paper published in colored town—see there—." when he had "V" buttons made advertising the restaurant for which he works reading: "Vate at Solomon's. And how about the New York restaurant which has advertised for so long: "Our tongues speak for themselves. And the message in a ladies dress shop: "Women's styles change often—but their designs remain the same forever." JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN King offers forthwith some kulled kracks to lighten the atmosphere. A friend phones to tell us how she caught Molly Picon about to kiss her loving husband. Jibing her about this display of affection in public, Molly bubbled back: "If I don't give a kiss—he don't give a wrap ..." A postcard dated Cleveland conveys the stunt some press agent dreamed up For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IIAIIE FEIHiLUL Of MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6.100.000 J. M. UPTON. President To help strengthen Palestine as an important link in the eastern defenses of Great Britain, the Miami Unit of Junior Hadassah, has devised a program of activities designed to raise larger funds for the organization's Palestinian project, to increase the group's membership and carry on their intensive program of Zionist education. To preserve democracy in the Unite* States, the group plans to take an active part in defense measures and in the protection of civil liberties. The first affair in this program will be our annual administration dance to be held this Sunday evening, August 31 at the Cromwell Hotel Shore Club. Music for dancing will be by Al Friedman and his orchestra and will begin at 9 p. m. Admission is 55c per person. As a means of helping our own defense program as well as the Palestinian defense program, the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah deems it a pleasure and a privilege to extend to the men in uniform to be their guests for the evening. The committee in charge is Mrs. Irving Querido, chairman; Mrs. Harry Breskin, Miss Ruth Aronson, Miss Rhea Miller and Miss Rosalyn Klein. COLUMNIST'S HOMEWORK Wonder if it's true that over 150 top flight Jewish mechanics throughout the country are ceaselessly toiling in an effort to produce a silent airplane engine That story about the group of Hollywood stars playing charades on Malibu Beach (the game of movie titles.) Some practical joker brought a hose and sprayed the group with cold water, clothes and all. "That," he yelled to shivering outraged stars, "is the picture 'The Rains Came.'" Eddie Robinson was reported to have thrown a left hook at the intruder and watching his nose drip red, said: "And that, you dope, is 'Blood and Sand.' "... E. ALBERT PALLOT RESUMES PRACTICE OF LAW HERE E. Albert Pallot has resigned his position as assistant state attorney general to return to private practice. Pallot represented the State Board of Administration E. Albert Pallot and numerous other boards in the State and Federal courts. Pallot has resumed his partnership with Charles A. Morehead, former Dade County Solicitor, under the firm name of Morehead and Pallot. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ It is a difficult task for me to "pinch hit" this week for H. Spencer Schwartz, your regular Y columnist. I have just received word from Spencer from Birmingham, Alabama, to do his column and I trust, therefore, that you will bear with me in this gigantic task because no one can write like Harry Schwartz. Boat Ride Give credit where credit is due and that goes for the Junior Girls who so ably managed to have a fine boat ride last Monday night. Rita Grossman, ticket chairman, did a wonderful job in selling tickets and making other provisions for the comfort of the guests. Let us have some more workers like Rita. Gymnasium At this writing the finishing touches are being put to the gymnasium, the building of which was undertaken by Leo Ackerman, chairman of the hous<; committee. Seeing is believing and you folks who read this column should come out to the Y and see what a wonderful job Leo has done. A dedication program is now being planned and will be announced at a later date. A full athletic program is being planned that will include classes in calisthenics, gymnastics and other athletic events. Exact details will be given as soon as arrangements have been completed. Fall Program With the approach of the Jewish Holidays, our minds turn to the program for the coming months. Maurice Grossman, executive director, is planning an unusual schedule this fall. 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63§ wJemsti Florid r ian £25553 y^7> Jewiislh Unity 3&JL QjuxrUdk. VJjuJULy >9 VOLUME 14—No. 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS JEWS OF BEIRUT JOIN CONGRESS MOST HEARTILY New York (WNS)—Expressing gratitude and relief at the improvement of the Jewish situation in Beirut as a result of the Allied occupation of Syria, Joseph Dichy, president of the Jewish community of Beirut, in a cable received at the headquarters of the World Jewish Congress, declared that the community which he represents affiliates itself "most heartily" with the World Jewish Congress and authorizes that body to act on its behalf. Mr. Dichy's cable was sent in reply to a message by Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Dr. Nahum Goldman extending the greetings of the World Jewish Congress to the Jews of Beirut "upon their release from the hand of the oppressors," and inquiring for a detailed report of the Jewish situation in Syria. In his reply, Mr. Dichy stated that "the situation of the Jews in our country was extremely precarious prior to Allied occupation. Thank God we are now breathing again and hopeful for the future under Allied auspices." WARSAW DEATH RATE IS HIGHER PRENew York (WNS)—The death rate among Jews in Warsaw is now 15 times higher than in the years preceding the war and is steadily increasing, according to figures made public here by the American Committee of OSE. Reflecting the sharp rise in y the number of Jewish deaths in Warsaw in recent months, the figures recorded 2,438 Jewish deaths registered in the former Polish capital during the month of April, 4,881 in May and 6,000 in June. It was believed that the Jewish death rate rose even higher since June, the latest month for which figures are available, since conditions became much worse in Nazi-occupied Poland after the start of the Russo-German war. Food in Warsaw has become scarcer and more and more eld. erly Jews have been compelled to do slave labor. The OSE statement said: "Considering that normally, in pre-war days, the mortality among the Jewish population in Warsaw did not exceed from 350 to 420 cases a month and that the Jewish population in Warsaw has grown only by about 10 to 15 percent, we must conclude that the present mortality among Jews in Warsaw exceeds the pre-war figures by no less than 15 times. "The tragedy of these dreadful figures lies not so much in their absolute number as in the fact that they leap from month to month and assume a catastrophic character spelling doom to the greatest Jewish community in Eastern Europe." FINLAND SOCIALIST PRESS REMINDS JEWISH LOYALTY Zurich (WNS)—The anti-Jewish campaign adopted by the Finnish government when it joined with Nazi Germany in declaring war against Soviet Russia was condemned by the Socialist press in Finland which reminded the government of the constant loyalty of the Jewish community. Urging repeal of the anti-Jewish measures, the Socialist press asked General Mannerheim to reconsider his order ousting Jews from the armed forces of the country. BRITISH PAPER ASKS FREE STATE IN PALESTINE London (W N S)—A demand that the British Government abandon its much-criticized White Paper policy toward Palestine and establish a "wellbased independent Jewish State in Palestine," was made here by the influential Manchester Guardian. Warning that "without Palestine there can be no settlements," the liberal British newspaper expressed regret that the British Government has made no mention of the Jewish national home in Palestine in its recent statements on the post-war possibilities of the Middle East. Stressing the need for an independent Jewish State, "if we want a lasting settlement in the Near East," the Manchester Guardian charged that after the first World War, Britain gave the Arabs freedom and great possessions, while it gave to the Jews "only a corner for a Jewish national home." Apparently referring to the behind-the-scenes discussions between British and Arab leaders regarding the possibilities of an Arab federation in the Near East, the newspaper reminded the British government that "now we ought to have it clear in our minds that any scheme which gives still further satisfaction to the Arabs, must include justice for Palestine." The Manchester Guardian condemned the White Paper as having neither legal nor moral validity and urged its immediate abolition. The newspaper urged also the creation of a Jewish army in Palestine, demanding that the Jews be given the right to fight as Jews in the same manner that Poles and Czechs on British soil are being permitted to form their own legions and fight under their own flags. A Jewish Palestine must be established that can live and defend itself, and bring home its people free from being persecuted in any part of the world," the editorial concluded. HONEY EXPORTS DECLINE Thnuva, agricultural marketing co-operative, reports that in the year ending in April it sold 81,700 kilograms of honey, as against 118,400 kilograms delivered to its central warhouses by Jewish apiaries. Exports suffered a sharp decline as the European market disappeared. Sales abroad were only 9,000 kilograms. E TO OUST ANTILondon (WNS)—A drive to oust Captain Archibald H. M. Ramsay, one of Britain's most outspoken anti-Semites and Fascists, from the House of Parliament was launched here following the anti-Semite's refusal to resign from Parliament voluntarily. Leading the movement demanding Captain Ramsay's removal from Parliament are the Trade Union Associations of Paables and South Midlothian, the districts represented by the pro-Nazi M. P. More than 20,000 of Captain Ramsay's constituents have signed petitions calling for his resignation. It will be recalled that Captain Ramsay, along with the British Fascist leader, Sir Oswald Moseley, was arrested last year during a round-up of British "fifth columnists." He was released after two weeks internment. He figured in the news recently when he lost a libel suit against the New York Times. Following his internment, Captain Ramsay had pledged to support the British war government and to refrain from making public anti-Semitic speeches. In his letter to his constituents refusing to resign, he said that he had kept his promise with regard to making anti-Semitic speeches, but added that his "conscience" forced him to continue his antiSemitic activities privately. DISCRIMINATION DECREASE IN EMPLOYMENT IN N. Y. Albany (WNS)—Miss Frieda S. Miller, chairman of Governor Lehman's committee on discrimination in employment, reported a steady increase in discrimination by employers in New York state against Jewish, Italian and negro workers. She admitted, however, that the problem of discrimination was "still a formidable one" and that "misunderstanding" continued to exist. "Hundreds of employers in this state who have discriminated against qualifed workers because they were negroes, or Jewish, or of Italian or German extraction, are reversing their practices," Miss Miller said. She disclosed that a Brooklyn loan corporation had begun to hire Jews for the first time in its history. B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION MONDAY, DAYTONA BEACH Daytona Beach will be the scene of the fifth annual B'nai B'rith State Convention, entertaining Lodge members, their wives and families from all over Florida. The convention will begin Sunday, August 31 and continue through Monday, September 1. Headquarters for the convention will be the Osceola Hotel. Registrations begin at noon Sunday. Convention chairman Louis Ossinsky, of Daytona Beach announces an elaborate program is scheduled Conventions principal business session will be Monday morning with president Elry Stone, of Miami presiding. JUSTICE ROSENMAN NAMED TO STUDY DEFENSE ACTS Washington (WNS)—President Roosevelt has named Supreme Court Justice Samuel I. Rosenman of New York to investigate the activities of American defense agencies with a view to improving their efficiency, it was announced. Justice Rosenman, who has helped the president in drafting some of his most important speeches, has already begun his study and will soon forward his preliminary report on the American defense set-up to the president. PLAN FOR HUGE GHETTO FOR JEWS IN BIALYSTOK Stockholm (WNS)—Nazi military authorities in capturing Bialystok are planning to build a huge ghetto to accomodate more than 250,000 East European Jews, according to Nazi newspapers reaching here. The Nazis have already mobilized the Jews remaining in that destroyed Russian city to rebuild railroads, highways, bridges and homes. The Nazi papers reported that, in an effort to forestall sabotage and guerilla warfare, Nazi military authorities announced that the entire Jewish community of Bialystok would be held responsible in the event of an act of sabotage. A number of prominent Jews were taken into custody by the Nazis and will be executed, the Nazis warned, if traces of sabotage are found. It is difficult to determine the exact number of Jews who were able to escape into the Russian interior before the Nazi troops entered Bialystok. According to the pro-Nazi Swedish newspaper, Aftonbladet, the Soviet authorities evacuated more than 50,000 Jews in the six days preceding the Nazi occupation. "The evacuation," the Aftonbladet correspondent reported, "was ordered by the' Soviets on July 26 and had to-be completed on August 1, It was a big movement in a half-destroyed, burned city. Jewish women and children, tired, barefooted, hungry, stood against the waits of their destroyed homes. Many of them had no place to go, although it was mandatory that they leave the city." The tone of the correspondent's dispatch came as a surprise here since the Aftonbladet is recognized as Sweden's No. 1 Nazi newspaper. It may be that the reporter was so impressed with the Jewish suffering in Bialystok that he permitted his sympathies to creep into his account of the Nazi occupation of the city. N. Y. STATE CONVENTION CONDEMNS ANTI-SEMITISM New York (WNS)—Resolutions condemning anti-Semitism and discrimination because of race or color in employment were adopted at the closing session of the 78th annual convention of the New York State Federation of Labor. The delegates passed the resolutions after Thomas J. Lyons, president of the Federation, attacked "those who preach religious or racial discrimination." WORLD JEWS ARE URGED TO UNITE T Moscow (W N S)—Twenty-six Russian Jewish leaders appealed to Jews throughout the world to aid in the fight against Nazi Germany, warning that wholesale extermination would be the fate of all Jews, including those in the United States and Great Britain, unless Hitlerism is destroyed. The message, the first direct appeal from Jewish leaders in Soviet Russia to Jewish communities in all parts of the world, was drafted and endorsed at a huge mass meeting here. The appeal specifically urged Jews everywhere to cripple Nazi economic resources by organizing a world-wide boycott against Nazi Germany. "Brother Jews all over the world," the message said, "do everything in your power to disrupt the German economic resources. Penetrate and destroy at all costs the vital branches of its industries. "Spread everywhere the gospel of solidarity behind the Soviet Union in its fight against the Fascist monster." TD SOLVE JEWISH IN RADIGAL WAY Zurich (WNS)—A prediction that Nazi Germany and her Fascist allies are about to embark upon a "radical solution of the world Jewish problem" was made in the Nazi press, which reported that Fuehrer Hitler was enraged at recent anti-Nazi statements made by noted Jewish leaders. While the exact nature of the proposed "radical solution" was not disclosed in the Nazi newspapers, it was made clear that steps against the Jews in Nazioccupied countries and in lands under Hitler's domination would be taken in retaliation for "utterances of international Jewry that discuss and openly admit the immediate interests of Jews in this war." The Berlin correspondent of the Swiss newspaper "Gazette de Lausanne" voiced the belief that the new anti-Jewish measures would call for the introduction of ghettos in all European countries under the influence of the Axis partners. One of the statements by noted Jewish leaders which infuriated Hitler, the Nazi press stated, was the declaration by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, that Palestine constituted a bulwark of democracy against Hitlerism in the Near East. The Nazi chorus of anti-Jewish hate was echoed by the Italian and Rumanian press, which singled out for editorial attack a number of prominent American Jews, including Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress.