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VOLUME 15No. 23
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 5, 1942
Governor Holland Pays Tribute to
Florida Jewry at Dist. Conference
Florida, recognizing its key po-
sition in the present world crisis,
is contributing more per capita
than any other state in the Na-
tion's war program, Gov. Spcs-
sard L. Holland told 500 delegates
and visitors attending a luncheon
at the seventy-fifth anniversary
convention of the District Grand
Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith, in Jack-
sonville last week-end.
The governor lauded the Jewish
race, not only for its part in mak-
ing American history, but the
leadership it is now giving in all
walks of life.
J. Tom Watson, Florida attor-
ney general, in an address made a
strong plea for solidarity and un-
ity, calling upon every American
to stand united as never before.
In his annual address to the
convention delegates Sunday, Ed-
ward Rosenblum of Washington,
president, reviewed the activities
of the organization and urged
greater activity among the state
Julius Fisher of Roanoke, Va.,
secretary, reported that the dist-
rict lodge membership now to-
Emanuel Lewis of Savannah
succeeded Rosenblum as presi-
dent of District Grand Lodge 5,
B'nai B'rith, at the closing ses-
Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer of Wash-
ington succeeded Mrs. Jennie Rot-
fort of Miami as president of the
Other officers are Sol Fass,
Portsmouth, Va., first vice presi-
dent; Hyman Rubin, Columbia,
S. C, second vice president;
Jessie Fine, Baltimore, third vice
president; Julius Fisher, Roan-
oke, Va., secretary, and Maier
Triest, Charleston, S. C, treasur-
Executive committee is com-
posed of Julian V. Boehm, At-
lanta; M. Henry Kuntz, Balti-
more; E. Albert Pallot, Miami;
Abe Shefferman, Washington;
Sidney J. Stein, Greensboro, N.
C.J Morris .Witten, Jacksonville;
M. Offenberg, Washington and
Henry Bane, Durham, N. C.
Other auxiliary officers are
Mrs. Joe Goldstein, Galax, Va.,
first vice president; Mrs. Louis
Ossinsky, Daytona Beach, sec-
ond vice president; Mrs. Sam Sil-
ver, Miami, treasurer; Mrs. Rot-
fort, representative to supreme
council, and Mrs. Sol Goldstrom,
Miami Beach, alternate.
All officers will serve "for the
duration" if the executive com-
mittees deem it necessary to post-
pone future conventions until af-
ter the war.
Rabbi David Zielonka of Tam-
pa conducted memorial services
for 42 members who died during
Joseph M. Glickstein of Jack-
sonville's Adolph B. Weil lodge
was toastmaster at the diamond
jubilee banquet Sunday night.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar told of
the work of Hillel Foundations,
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OF JM IS HELD
NAZIS ORDER DUTCH JEWS
YIELD HOMES. VALUABLES
Highlighted by a spirited dis-
cussion on the future policy,
scope and management of the
Baron do Hirsch Free Loan Fund,
the annual meeting of the Jew-
ish Welfare Bureau completed a
lengthy business agenda in a
more than three-hour meeting at
the Columbus Hotel Tuesday eve-
The dissolution of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau, in existence for nine and
one-half years, was announced
by its president, Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, following a meeting of
Jhe 'ward of that organization.
This was done to conform to the
Bureau's policy as a unit of the
J-^de Couny Community Chest.
The Rummage Store, outstanding
activity and fund raiser of the
Auxiliary, was turned over and
*>" be operated directly by the
Men and women will now con-
stitute the membership of the
Jewish Welfare Bureau, follow-
lng the adoption of a set of re-
vised by-laws which made other
^visions in the organizations'
tup. Dues were set at $2.00
wnuany The by.laws were
nf**. d by a committee composed
Mrs. Ben Myers, M. J. Kopel-
"*, and Dr. Frank Coret.
the bureau will be managed
Ia board of 27 directors elected
fear by the membership
Stockholm (WNS)Nazi Com-
missioner Arthur Seyss-Inquart
of occupied Holland issued a de-
cree this week compelling all
Dutch Jews to turn over to Nazi
authorities their homes, automo-
biles, art collections, jewelry and
articles of gold and silver, accord-
ing to reports received here.
The reports said that Jews will
be permitted to keep only their
wedding rings, watches and sil-
verware. All other jewelry and
gold and silver objects must be
surrendered to central Nazi head-
quarters. Heavy penalties were
proclaimed for non-compliance.
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New York (WNS)Creation of
a Department of Camps and Oth-
er Military Bases was announced
this week by Dr. Everett R.
Clinchy, president of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews, as a means of putting at
the disposal of Morale Officers
and Chaplains distinguished Pro-
testants, Roman Catholics and
Jews capable of interpreting the
common objectives of American
citizens in this war and the hopes
of religious people for the post-
The project is one of six de-
partments which have been set
up in a plan to intensify the
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Y. Ml J. FORM
NEXT 12 MONTHS
Philip Berkowitz was elected
president of the Young Men's
Hebrew Association at the an-
nual election meeting Wednesday
evening. Serving with Mr. Ber-
kowitz for the coming year will
be Leo Ackerman, vice president
and chairman of the board; Al
Reisman, secretary; George Gold-
berg, treasurer. Elected to the
board as directors for a three
year term were Nat Blumberg,
Harry Schwartz and Fred K.
Shochet; for two year term, Lar-
ry Grossberg and Joseph A. Ber-
man; for one year, George Chert-
kof, Marty Milstein, Carl Wein-
kle, George Rachlin, Abe Pep-
per, Aaron Edelman, Sam Seit-
lin, Murry Apte, Al Berkowitz,
Jules Wilson, Herman Waitsman,
Frank Rose, and Bernard Sterl-
The officers of the Y. M. H. A.
will meet this week to map out
a program for the coming year.
Mr. Berkowitz, newly elected
president, stated, "We plan for
the "Y" the most active program
in its history." "I'm delighted
with the new officers and board
members. The "Y" will go far
this year," said Leo Ackerman,
The first meeting of the new
board will take place at the home
of the executive director, Maurice
Grossman, Wednesday evening,
Joseph Berman, retiring chair-
man of the board, presided at
the meeting, and Isaac Levin was
in charge of the election.
Pieces of Hate
RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
National Director of the Anti-
Defamation League of
A grand jury is taking evi-
dence in Hartford, Conn., on the
activities of the White Russian
fascist and Jew-baiter, Anatase
Vonsiatsky. Coming to this coun-
| try immediately
| after the First
; World War. Von-
S siatsky married
< an Ame r i c a n
I heiress and has
used the large
i sums of money
|ip, | j at his disposal
^^ ^B^. I1"' financing his
^k ^^Mfci.I own Brown
L .W Shirt Army who
drilled with guns on his Connec-
ticut estate, and in general pro-
moting anti-Semitic propaganda.
Vensiatsky at one time boasted of
the many Jews massacred in Rus-
sian pogroms under his personal
Bernard D'Arcy, formerly on
the payroll of "Social Justice and
business manager and distributor
for the magazine, is now a lieu-
tenant in the United States Army.
From Pontiac, Michigan comes
an attack against the Jews in the
form of a leaflet put out by Mary
Delores which is an alias for
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Local Leaders^iri, \Attendance*At
Jewish Social Welfare Conference
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive
secretary, Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau; Morris Klass, executive di-
rector. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and William I. Box-
erman, Florida Regional Director
of the Anti-Defamation League,
will be among more than 600 so-
cial workers from every part of
the country and from Canada,
who will meet at the Seneca Ho-
tel in Rochester, New York, Sat-
urday. June 6 through Wednes-
day, June 9, at the 1942 National
Conference of Jewish Social Wel-
The National Conference of
Jewish Social Welfare is the cen-
tral body for Jewish social work-
ers in the United States and Can-
ada. More than 1,000 social
workers and social welfare agen-
cies are members of the confer-
ence. Affiliates of the National
Conference as the National As-
sociation of Jewish Center Work-
ers and the National Council for
Jewish Education, both of which
groups will meet with the parent
body in Rochester.
It was announced by Israel S.
Chipkin, of New York, Confer-
ence president, that "Social Work
in a World at War," will be the
central theme of the 1942 confer-
ence, to be presented in seven
general sessions and developed in
30 small institute sessions.
Speakers scheduled include Pro-
fessor Salo Baron of Columbia
University, N. Y.; Ewan Clague,
of the Social Security Board,
Washington; Louis Kraft, execu-
tive director of the Jewish Wel-
fare Board, New York; Abraham
G. Duker, of the American Jew-
ish Committee, New York; Ken-
neth Pray, of the Pennsylvania
School of Social Work, Philadel-
phia, and Miss Frances Taussig,
executive director of the Jewish
Social Service Association, New
The Jewish Center workers and
educators will participate in all
general sessions, and will hold
preliminary sessions of their own
on Thursday, June 4, and Friday,
June 5. Other groups that will
hold sessions during the Confer-
ence period are the Committee
on Inter-City Migration, the So-
cial Service Employees Union,
and the League for Labor Pales-
Officers serving with Mr. Chip-
kin are: Louis Kraft, New York,
first vice-president; Joseph E.
Beck, Philadelphia, second vice-
president; Harold Silver, Detroit,
treasurer; and Marcel Kovarsky,
New York, secretary.
The executive committee in-
cludes Philip Bernstein, Cleve-
land; Miriam R. Ephraim, Pitts-
burgh; Virginia C. Frank, Chi-
cago; Michael Freund, New York;
Joseph C. Hyman, New York;
Samuel C. Kohs, Los Angeles;
Samuel Levine, Cleveland; Clara
Rabinowitz, Brooklyn; Joseph J.
Schwartz, New York; John Slaw-
son, New York; Isidore Sobeloff,
Detroit; and Maurice Taylor,
BERGMAN OPENS HOUSE
SESSION, GUEST CHAPLAIN
Washington (WNS )R a b b i
Bernard Bergman, spiritual lead-
er of the Home of the Sons and
Daughters of Israel, New York,
wore the traditional skull cap
and prayer shawl when he recit-
ed the prayer opening the session
of the House of Representatives
this week. Rabbi Bergman, the
guest chaplain, was accompanied
by Speaker Sam Rayburn, who
introduced him, and by the Rev.
James Shera Montgomery, chap-
lain of the House. It was one of
the few times that an orthodox
rabbi has served as guest chap-
lain of the House.
EIGHT PLANTS ARE
ORDERED TO STOP
Roosevelt's Committee on Fair
Employment Practices this week
ordered eight New York and New
Jersey concerns holding large
war contracts to cease discrimin-
ating in employment against
Jews and Negroes. The action
was based on the records of pub-
lic hearings held in New York
City last February.
The eight companies cited in
the order are: Carl Norden, Inc.,
and Fairchild Aviation Corpora-
tion, both of New York City;
Wright Aeronautical Corpora-
tion of Paterson, N. J.; Beston,
U. S. 0. unninivn
SAYS THAT UNITY
IS VERY SPIRITUAL
Unity is spiritual and moral
values is "nowhere so fully ex-
pressed and realistically imple-
mented in any joint undertaking
between Jewish and Christian
Faiths as in USO." according to
a statement by Prescott S. Bush,
National Chairman of USO War
Fund Campaign, making public
a list of national Jewish organi-
I zations cooperating with the USO
"This group of endorsing or-
, ganizations." Mr. Bush explained
"is in addition to many times the
number of local community
groups which are aiding us either
in our program work for the uni-
formed men in the armed forces,
or in our nation-wide S32.000.000
appeal for funds to make possi-
ble extension of these services in
the next year. The Jewish faith
has official representation in USO
through the Jewish Welfare
Board, one of our six member
agencies. The following endorse-
ments are indicative of the man-
ner in which the important na-
tional Jewish organizations af-
filiated with the Jewish Welfare
Board and representing the rank
and file of the Jewish population,
have rallied to the support of
Included in the list of endors-
ing and cooperating agencies of
the Jewish faith which Mr. Bush
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FRIDAY, JUNE 5,
Mr. and Mrs. Isador Roth of
Miami Beach left for the north
where they will spend the sum-
mer. They will vacation at nor-
Mrs. Murray Kellman and son,
Floyd, left Tuesday morning for
Alexander, Virginia to join her
husband. They will remain
Jack Scitlin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, returned to
school in New Orleans after visit-
ing his parents. He was elected
secretary of the sophmore class.
Miss Lois Saphir, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Saphir of
New York is the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mankes.
She will returned to New York
with their daughter. Jeanne.
Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper left
Thursday for a ten day stay in
Atlantic City where he will at-
tend conventions of the Ameri-
can Heart and American Medical
Associations. Before returning
home they will visit in New
The marriage of Miss Tillie
Grubin, daughter of Mrs. Rose
Grubin of Brooklyn, N. Y., to
Frank S. Glazcr was an event of
June 1st. The couple left on a
honeymoon trip to Daytona
Beach and on their return will
Fred Levinson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Levinson of this city,
passed away in New York Friday
May 22nd. Interment was in
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
THANK THEIR MANY
Norton Pallot. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Pallot was graduated
from the Georgia Military Acad-
emy June 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Pal-
lot were present at the gradua-
Mrs. Henry Seitlin and Mrs.
M. Shubow were selected as dele-
gates for the Pioneer Women's
Organization Group 1 conven-
tion to be held in Detroit this
week. From the convention Mrs.
Seitlin will vacation at Hot
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Elected president of the Young
Women's Hebrew Association at
the annual election held recently.
Junior Hadassah will hold a
meeting Monday evening at the
Beth David Talmud Torah. El-
ection of officers will take place.
Mrs. Benjamin H. London will
be hostess at a benefit card and
mah jongg party for the Beth
Jacob Community building at her
home, 2840 Fairgreen Drive, Mi-
ami Beach, Wednesday, 1:30 p. m.
Russian War Relief, sponsored
by great personalities in every
walk of life, is planning a series
of events to help in a material
way the Russian Army. June 22nd
will be proclaimed as Tag Day
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and other events leading up to
this will include a musical even-
ing, Friday evening June 12th at
the Granada Music Building,
Coral Gables. Miss Bertha Foster,
Dean of the University of Miami
Music School will be chairman.
Members on the program will be
Joel Belov, member of the Uni-
versity faculty; Herbert Baumel,
violinist; Harry Gorodetzer. cell-
ist; both from the Philadelphia
orchestra who are visiting here
and Louis Ely, concert meister of
the University of Miami Orches-
At a recent meeting Mrs. Dave
Friedman was installed as treas-
urer of the Pioneer Women's or-
ganization and Mrs. Jacob Lurie
as membership chairman. The
installing officer was Mrs. I.
A mah jongg and card party
will be given by the Dado Chap-
ter of the National Cardiac Home
Tuesday, June 9th at 1:30 p. m.
at the President Madison Hotel.
Mrs. Gertrude Lacks is chairman.
The Girl's Progressive Club of
the Y. M. H. A. will present a
Musical Review at the "Y" club
rooms Sunday at 8:30 p. m. In
charge are Miss Marcie Adelman
and Miss Evelyn Greenwald.
Tickets may be obtained from
G. P. C. members and at the "Y".
At a meeting Monday at the
home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin, Miami
Beach, election of officers of the
Miami Chapter of the Women's
Division of the American Jewish
Congress was held, Mrs. M
Krieger was elected president
Other officers elected were: Mrs
S. H. Lutsky, vice president; Mrs
L. Glasser, vice president; Mrs
A. J. Tobin, vice president; Mrs!
Ruth Levey, vice president; Mrs!
A. E. Woolfe, vice president; Mrs
M. Bergman, treasurer; Mrs. t!
G. Markow, financial secretary-
Mrs. S. Fleischman, recording
secretary; Mrs. B. Arnold, cor-
responding secretary; Miss Sadie
Wiener, auditor; Mrs. B, London,
chairman of directors. By-Laws
presented by the By-Law chair-
man, Mrs. S. H. Lutsky were
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FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1942
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Girls' Progressive Club to Con-
The first public affair of the
Girls* Progressive Club of the
y W. H. A. will take place next
Sunday evening, June 7, at 8:15
o'clock at the Y. M. H. A. audi-
torium, in the form of a musical
revue. The committee has gone
to considerable effort in rounding
up a list of local talent, the
equal of which has not been seen
or heard here for a long time. The
proceeds of this affair will be de-
voted to the many activities that
the "Y" sponsors. There will be
a varied program of music and
comedy. We do not want to list
the various artists as we want to
surprise everyone. The admis-
sion is only 25c. Service Men
will be admitted free. Enjoy a
good evening's fun by coming to
the "Y" on Sunday night.
Home Camp Registration Starts
Sunday. June 7
The registration for Home
Camp will commence on Sunday
morning, June 7, at 10 o'clock.
Children between the ages of 5
and 14 years are eligible to enter
camp. Each child, in order to
register, must be accompanied by
his or her parents, otherwise they
cannot enter as campers. Par-
ents are urged to bring their
children with them and register
them, at which time an appoint-
ment will be made for a subse-
quent meeting with the camp
doctor and the child will be ex-
amined. No child will be per-
mitted to enter camp unless he
passes a satisfactory physical ex-
amination. The many pieces of
equipment at the Y are being
renovated many additions are
being made, supplies are being
purchased, and in general there is
a very busy atmosphere around
the Y in preparation of the Home
Camp. This will be one of the
outstanding features of the Y
Welcome, Mr. Rothberg
We welcome Nathan Rothberg
J. W. B.-U. S. O. worker from
Knoxville, Tenn., who has been
assigned by the Jewish Welfare
Board to work here with the men
in the armed forces. Mr. Roth-
berg will have his office at the
Y where he may be reached in
all matters pertaining to service
with the men in the armed forces.
Service Men's Dance Saturday
The next service men's dance
at the Y will be held on Saturday
night, June 6 and every Saturday
night thereafter. A change of
policy resulted in the demand
that has been made by service
men to have these dances more
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We hang out the welcome sign
this week for Nathan Rothberg,
representative of the National
Jewish Welfare Board ... He
has come here to supervise the
program of the Greater Miami
Army and Navy Committee .
Formerly director of the Jewish
Community Center of Knoxville,
he subsequently spent a concen-
trated period of training at the
national JWB headquarters prior
to assuming his new duties .
We wish him well in his endea-
Mr. Rothberg may be reached
at the headquarters of the Army
and Navy Committee in the Y. M.
H. A. building, 1567 S. W. 5th
Street, or by phone at 3-4012.
Alligators with wings? .
They're not some of Walt Dis-
ney's Fantasia characters or pic-
tures from a story book .
They're the real McCoy The
"Flying Gators" consist of a unit
of the Navy Air Corps consist-
ing entirely of Floridians.
In this group, the first of its
kind among Southern colleges,
will be Irving Ginsburg of Mi-
ami, a sophmore at the Univer-
sity of Florida Irving, the
president of the Miami A. Z. A.
chapter last year, thinks "the
Navy Air Corps is the finest fly-
ing branch in the world" And
when some of the boys at school
first told him of the new unit
being formed he hopped at the
chance to apply He's one of
three Miamians who qualified
for the service Only 31 in all
were chosen from the Florida U.
Having had the pleasure of
meeting Irving a number of
times, we know that he has the.
stuff that makes a good fighting
man We'll be hearing from the
lad in the months to come.
Some people had a hard enough
time repeating the name of Baron
De Hirsch Meyer ... It was a
big mouthful to verbalize .
Now we wonder how his fellow-
officers are going to feel about
reeling off the name of First
Lieutenant Baron De Hirsch
Meyer The Baron, whose ef-
forts on behalf of both the Jew-
ish and the general community
are legion, reports for duty on the
13th of June He'll stay right
on the Beach for a while, then be
transferred out to the wheat
fields of Kansas There he'll
train for an administrative post,
coordinating American British
Much as we hate to see the
Jewish community lose the bene-
fit of Baron's counsel and advice,
we're happy in the knowledge
that it was Uncle Sam and not
some other community that
wooed him away from us .
Good luck to you!
The great Greenberg was back
on the sandlot Not in the big
league of course, but where he's
appreciated just as much, we
dare say The former first
socker of the Detroit Tigers, who
is taking training on the Beach
for the U. S. Army corps officers'
division, acted as umpire last
week in the opener of the Army
Air Corps baseball league.
There was many a disappointed
look on the faces of boys in uni-
form when they learned that
Hank couldn't play with the
team regularly because of the
load of his army work But
half a loaf is better than none,
they feel ... At least he's on
the diamond, where the sight of
him can evoke memories of mo-
ments that made baseball his-
In Unity Lies Strength
The unified program of the
Army-Navy committee of the J.
W. B. already has borne its first
fruits The joint services
sponsored for officers and en-
listed men under auspices of the
religious committee, have been
exceptionally well attended, by
comparison with the independent
services previously conducted.
It will take time to teach some
elements in the community dis-
cipline, but what can be done in
one area of the Army and Navy
work certainly can be applied
Bert Kahn has been commis-
sioned an Ensign in the Navy
and is stationed in Miami.
Louis Berman, son of Mrs.
Francos Berman, has been pro-
moted to the rank of First Lieu-
tenant and is now stationed at
Morrison Field, West Palm
Irving Ginsburg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Ginsburg, has en-
listed for naval aviation training
in Atlanta. He will receive of-
ficer pilot instruction. He was a
student at the University of Flor-
And so, till next week, thumbs
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 23
SIVAN 20, 5702
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 5. 1942
The Y. M. H. A. this week elected new of-
ficers. A study of these new officers and di-
rectors provides a heartening feeling. The
new timber bespeaks a new aspect for the
"Y" and its future. It shows a greater stride
in its already attested trend towards strength-
ening its management with solid, capable and
tried leadership. Its aspects shows the "Y"
becoming more and more community-minded,
community recognized, community supported
and now to become thriving with community
Awakening to the fact that a transition from
the small self centered athletic club to the much
needed community center must take place
before the "Y" will step out of its infancy is the
fundamental for its accomplishment. The re-
linguishing of its control by the same few indi-
viduals to a directorship that is representative
of community and community center is the re-
quisite for the attainment of the objective,
everyone looks forward to, when thinking of
Y. M. H. A.
A big step in this direction has just taken
place. There is still much room for improve-
ment as evidenced by the results which
showed proved stumbling blocks selected in
place of substantial men, with leadership abil-
ity, who offered their services.
The "Y" with its capable executive director
can do much and go far with the proper sup-
port and cooperation.
Miami needs a community center. The
"Y" is that potentiality. Its present trend is
observed with satisfaction. Greater Miami
Jewry looks to the Y. M. H. A. for this con-
tinuation, bringing more progress and greater
The reports of Nazi atrocities against
Soviet Jews are almost unbelievably horrible.
The stories brought back from the front lines
by two Jews who had fought as guerillas be
hind Nazi lines and told to the Jewish Anti-
Fascist rally in Moscow are tales of stark trag-
edy relieved only by the courage and heroism
with which Jewish fighters in the Soviet are
wreaking vengeance upon the Nazis.
Colonel Michlin, Soviet-Jewish war hero
now fighting on the Kharkov front, related the
most terrible story of how the Nazis drove
thousands of Jewish men, women and children
into the Red Army Club building in Vitebsk
and then set fire to the building.
"I know Vitebsk," he said, "and I have
visited the Red Army Club there on several
occasions. I know that the building could
hold thousands of people. I listened to the
horrible tale told by the partisan and in my
mind I saw a picture of fire and heard the
shrieks of burning children. The fire in Vitebsk
has long since died down, but it still burns in
That same fire burns in the hearts of all
these, regardless of race or religion, who are
committed to the destruction of Nazism. Along
the Soviet front, that fire burning in the hearts
of men has exacted heavy payment from the
Nazis. All over the world, soldiers and civil-
ians, revolted by the atrocities committed in
the name of Hitler, fight determined to wipe
that name from the fact of the earth.
These atrocities, committed by the Nazis as
a result of their own degradation and in an
effort to inspire fear and terror, have only cre-
ated a greater will to victory. The answers to
the credo of destruction, degradation and tor-
ture have been many, but all have pointed in
the same direction.
"1200 Planes Ruin Cologne," reads one an-
"Reinhard Heydrich Shot," reads another.
"Large AEF Reaches Ireland," and Amer-
ica builds more tanks, more guns and more
planes, informs another.
And each answer brings ever closer the
day of the inevitable defeat and destruction of
Nazism, a day which will dawn on a new
IS VERY SPIRITUAL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
announced, arc: American Jewish
Congress and its Women's Divis-
ion, B'nai B'rith, Brith Sholom,
Hadassah, National Association of
Jewish Center Workers, Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women, Na-
tional Council of Young Israel,
the National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs of the United
Synagogue of America, and the
American Jewish Committee.
Also the National Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods, National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, New
York Board of Jewish Ministers,
Rabbinical Assembly of America,
Synagogue Council of America,
Union of Hebrew Congregations,
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America and its
Women's Branch, The Jewish La-
bor Committee, the Young Wo-
men's Hebrew Association, and
the American Association for
The Jewish Welfare Board has
140 workers in the field conduct-
ing 97 USO operations. Of these,
forty-three are separate opera-
tions, while in fifty-seven the
Jewish Welfare Board workers
share responsibility for a club-
house or unit with representa-
tives of one or more of the other
five member agencies of USO.
Nathan Rothberg arrived here
this week from New York, to
make Miami his headquarters as
USO Field Director for the Palm
Beach to Key West area.
JEWS IN WARSAW GHETTO
MAY OBSERVE HOLIDAYS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Zurich (WNS)Permission to
reopen their synagogues and ob-
serve Saturday as their official
day of rest was granted the Jews
in the Warsaw ghetto by Nazi au-
thorities, according to unconfirm-
ed reports reaching here. Previ-
ously, the Nazi authorities had
closed down all synagogues in
Nazi officials have agreed to
recognize Passover, Shevuoth,
Rosh Hashanah, Yum Kippur and
Succoth as official holidays, the
reports said. All stores, shops
and factories within the Warsaw
ghetto, with the exception of
those engaged in vital work, will
henceforth be closed on Satur-
day. All Jews, excepting those
assigned to compulsory labor
camps, will do no work on Sab-
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work of the National Conference
during the war period and as
preparation to cope with human
relations problems following the
war. The other departments are:
Department of Church Coopera-
tion; Department of School Co-
operation; Department of Com-
munity Cooperation; Department
of Press, Magazines, Radio; and
Department of Religious News
Service. Each department will
be headed by a full-time staff ex-
ecutive, and will be supervised
by a commission.
"We want to present a picture
of America as a land in which
Protestants, Catholics and Jews
are friendly, and intend to work
together as citizens to make the
American Dream come true. Dur-
ing the war, when unity and co-
operation have reached a new
high, is the time for a great edu-
cational effort to make the splen-
did attitudes formed by Army
and Navy morale a permanent
human relations trait in America
at peace," Dr Clinchy said.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is very much distresed about the
Wedgwood radio incident When the Laborite Lord, deliver-
ing an address transmitted by short-wave radio from London to
the dinner tendered in honor of Dr. Weizmann at Washington
recently, said that America should take over the Mandate for
Palestine, he started something ... A number of members of the
British censorship staff are finding themselves in very hot water
for having permitted Wedgwood to slip that one across .. One
of the most active supporters of the Committee for a Jewish Army
is Melvyn Douglas, the suave motion picture star, who, inci-
dentally, is extremely well-informed on political questions .
There is a rumor that the British Government will try to satisfy
the demand for a Jewish Army by granting permission for the
organization of a Jewish regiment to be made up of the Jewish
companies existing in Paestine at the present This, we
would like to point out, would be worse than an outright refusal
of the plea for the formation of a Jewish Army, since it would
completely nullify whatever political effect a Jewish armed
force in Palestine might have on the future of the Jewish Home-
land We shall have more to say about this before long...
THIS AND THAT
If you want to get an excellent idea of what is happening to
the Jews in what used to be Poland, put on your list of must
reading "The New Order in Poland," by Simon Segal And
if you want an exciting story centered about the Battle of France,
we recommend Vladimir Pozner's novel "The Edge of the
Sword" Pozner, once a newspaperman in Paris, served as a
Private in the French Army Wei, Eric Jan Hanussen, the
Jewish "clairvoyant" whoaccording to his secretary, Erich
Juhnpredicted only a few days before his (Hanussen's) mur-
der by Nazi storm troopers back in 1933 that a would-be dictator
of the world would fall from power on May 23rd of this current
year, seems to have been a little off Unless, of course, you
consider Walter Darre, Nazi Agricultural Minister who was de-
posed on May 23rd, a claimant to that distinction .
Did you know that it was Lazar M. Kaganovich, Soviet oil
commissar, who initiated the decentralization of heavy industry
that made it possible for the Russians to continue producing
war materials after the Nazi invasion of last year? We've
just learned this from the biographical sketch on Kaganovitch in
Volume Six of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia Other
items we've gathered for you from this reference work include
the interesting fact that Moe Koenigsberg, founder of King Fea-
tures Syndicate, started his newspaper career at the age of
nine, when he wrote and published his own newspaper, and
shortly after celebrating his Bar Mitzvah got a job as a regular
reporter on the San Antonio Times And that Herman
Michael Kisch, father of Genera Frederick Hermann Kisch, for-
mer chairman of the Palestine Executive of the Jewish Agency,
was at one time director-general of the Post-Office for India ..
Another son of his, Sir Cecil, an economist recognized as an ex-
pert in his field, aso served in India for some years .
The East Coast dim-out has provided the title for a new film
story, "Lights Out Over Broadway," which Robert Gessner,
novelist and head of the New York University Department of
Motion Pictures, has written ... Its theme is the reason why
this war must be fought by the democracies That gifted
brother-and-sister combination, violinist Yehudi and pianist
Hepzibah Menuhin, have just finished recording Schubert s
Rondo in B Minor for RCA-Victor "Konstantinopolitanischer-
dudelsackpfeiffer" is quite a mouthful, and it's the title of a
comic opera by Jaromir Weinberger The reason were
mentioning it is that the "Polka and Fugue" from this opera,
transcribed for two pianos by the composer and played by Vitya
Vronsky and Victor Babin, has just been brought out on a Red
Seal Record Solidly established on Broadway is Joseph
Schildkraut, playing a convincing villain in the new crime play
"Uncle Harry" Joe turned to the stage for this comeback be-
cause that will give him a better chance to get the kind of roles
he likes to play on the screen .
The sudden death of Emanuel Feuermann, the famous cellist-
has saddened tens of thousands of American soldiers who
heard him on his recent concert tour of Army camps throughout
the country That was his way of doing his bit for the coun-
try which had offered him a refuge from Hitler's persecution, ana
of which he had expected to be a citizen soon Music lovers
find some consolation in the fact that only a week before his
death Feuermann had made some new Victor Red Seal recor
ings ... A recent recruit to the Navy is violinist Toscha Seidei.
who will be assistant bandmaster and soloist at the San Diego
U. S. Naval Training Station Others who will be wearing
Navy ere long are Gilbert Kahn, son of Otto H. Kahn, and bana-
leader Artie Shaw, who, If you remember, is also the son-in-law
of composer Jerome Kem The Atlanta soccer team of Mexic
City, currently touring this country, has as its coach the forme
member of the Maccabbee Soccer Team of Palestine He
Louis Grosz, who came to this country fifteen years ago, ana i
some years was a star player on the Brooklyn Wand,er"
soccer team ... A new strong man has been discovered aow
in Venezuela ... His name is Abraham Rabinovitch, be s OT
years old and a native of Russia, and his specialty is throwing
the bullwe mean, wrestling with the animal
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FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1942
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137 N. K. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive 6-1265
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning: the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and,
needless to say. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael, 137 N. E. 19th Street, Fri-
day evening at 8:15. Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman will conduct
The Bar Mitzvah of Robert
Jose ph Friedman, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Lawrence D. Friedman, will
be celebrated at the services.
"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 fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Anna Ruskin, mo-
ther of Dan Ruskin; Rose Fire-
stone Roth, mother of Theodore
Firestone; Amelia Wise Seck-
bach, mother of Mrs. N. Douglas
Raff and Mrs. Harry Boyell; Min-
na Schreter, daughter of Mrs.
Emma Meyer, sister of Sidney
Meyer and mother of Mrs. Joseph
I. Davis; Samuel Rosenthal, fa-
ther of Mrs. Herman Wall.
Gift to the Temple in memory
of Wolf Horowitz. Floral offering
of last week in memory of Sophie
BAN FIRE EXTINGUISHING
UNLESS GESTAPO PRESENT
Zurich (WNS)Jews in the ov-
ercrowded, confined ghettos of
Nazi-occupied Poland have been
forbidden to extinguish fires, no
matter how threatening, uiyess a
representative of the Gestapo is
on the scene, it was reported here
Nazi authorities, in issuing the
order to Jewish fire fighters in
the ghettos, charged that the
measure was necessary to pre-
vent Jews from escaping from the
ghettos during the excitement
and confusion caused by large
Services at Congregation Shaa-
ray Tefila, temporarily located
at 1527 Washington Ave., are
scheduled for Friday, 7:30 p. m.
and Saturday, 9:00 a. m. and 7:30
Shalosh S'udos will be conduct-
ed Saturday at 7:15 p. m. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak
during Saturday morning services
on the subject of "Inconsistency
The Ein-Yakov group meets on
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday a\
7:45 p. m.
The group studying Laws and
Customs of Israel meets Wednes-
day and Thursday at 7:45 p. m.
Weekday services are held at
8:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
Mrs. I...Mis MnrgulIcM, reporting
Daily Services_________8:00 a. m.
Evening Services______7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning---------8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning........ 8:00 a.m.
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practioe of
Summer Hebrew School
. The summer semester of the
Beth David Talmud Torah will
begin this Monday morning at
9 a. m., covering an eight-week
period of Hebrew study which is
equivalent to a full semester
during the winter months.
We ask that parents use their
intelligence to bring their child-
ren for registration, Monday
morning thereby taking advan-
tage of the course presented and
the remarkable instruction given.
The instructor is Mr. Louis Ga-
General Membership Meeting
The last general membership
meeting of Beth David Congre-
gation, before dispensing for the
summer months will be held
Sunday evening. June 14th at 8
o'clock in the Beth David audi-
torium. Very important matters
pertaining to the synagogue will
be discussed. Sidney H. Palmer,
president, urges every member
to set this evening aside and
partake in the discussions. Re-
freshments will be served under
the direction of the chairman,
Bernard Sterling, who will be
assisted by Mrs. Chas. Abbott,
Mrs. Samuel Dickson and Mrs.
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
Sisterhood sewing for the Red
Cross, British War Relief Society,
Bundles for America, etc., Tues-
day from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
Services at Temple Emanu-El.
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of which he is national director,
in the main address.
A resolution was adopted con-
templating the purchase of a tract
of land in Palestine on which
1,000 trees would be planted in
commemoration of the lodge's
Other resolutions called for re-
placing of present postage stamps
with service stamps honoring the
armed forces, appointment of a
standing Boy Scout committee to
push Boy Scout work, extension
of vocational guidance and re-
creation in all lodges. The dele-
gates voted to intensify their ef-
forts in military and civilian de-
fense duties, also fund-raising
campaigns connected with the
Services, daily. Mornings at
8. Evenings. 7:30 and 8:00. Sat-
urday mornings, 9:00 a. m. Oneg
Shabbos, 7:30 p. m. Perek, 6:30
This Friday evening, services
will be held at 7:30 minchah;
Kabbolas Shabbos at 8 p. m.
Soldiers are cordially invited.
Cantor Lengyel will officiate. In
the absence of Dr. Bension, Rabbi
Leon Spitz will preach on The
Scriptural Portion and the bar
mitzvah of Norman Schulman
will be celebrated. Cantor Len-
gyel will officiate. Rabbi Spitz
will instruct the Ethical Lesson
in Yiddish at 6:30 p. m.
Soldiers Services and Reception
The special Sunday services
under the auspices of the Army
and Navy Committee of Greater
Miami, and supervised by the
Rabbinical Association, will be
held this Sunday morning at 9
On Saturday evening the week-
ly Saturday night dance and re-
ception will be held under the
joint auspices of The Jewish Cen-
ter Social League and the Sis-
Religious School Picnic
The annual picnic of the Relig-
ious School took place on Sunday
morning at Flamingo Park play-
grounds. Fully a hundred chil-
dren took part under the super-
vision of the children. Ice cream
was served and numerous prizes
were awarded to the winners in
a varied program of group games
and athletic events. The com-
mittee in charge consisted of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Sirkin, of the
school board, Mrs. J. J. Falk,
Molka Reich, Edith Freeman,
Natalie Frankel and Jo Saunders.
Concert for Soldiers
Last Sunday night at the Cen-
ter Auditorium an appreciative
audience of soldiers and civilians
attended a very fine concert
given under the musical direction
of Evelyn Raff, well-known lo-
cal concertist. Edith Freeman
accompanied Miss Raff in her
repertoire and her sister, Miss
Elaine Freeman, reciter, rendered
a program of dramatic selections.
The entire program was thor-
oughly enjoyed by all present.
The opening exercises of the
Summer session of our Hebrew
school will be held this Sunday
morning at 10 a. m. Prizes and
certificates of honor will be
awarded to the students in the
Hebrew school who have attained
an excellent reeord during the
past Hebrew school term. Official
opening ceremonies will also be
conducted for the summer ses-
sion. All children and parents
interested are urged to attend.
It is expected that our summer
school will cooperate with the
Home Camp project on the Beach.
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
Beth Sholem Center of North
Beach will temporarily hold ser-
vices at 4491 Royal Palm Avenue,
Miami Beach, every Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock.
Dr. Max Ellis, chairman, may
be contacted for additional infor-
mation at 58-2188.
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
1545 S. W. Third Street
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
_ 6:00 p.m.
-9:00 a. m.
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
2263 S. W. 21*t Terrace
We pause this week to salute
George Prusoff, popular young
Miami University graduate and
son of our dear friends, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Prusoff, of 1820 S. W.
8th Street, who reported for mili-
tary duty at Kessler Field. We
send Private Prusoff our kindest
regards and pray for his safe
return to the midst of his loved
Summer sessions in the Hebrew
School will begin this coming
Monday, June 8th at 9 a. m.
Classes will be conducted five
times weekly and will be held
in our new synagogue on 17th
Avenue daily from Monday
through Friday between the
hours of 9 and 12 in the morning.
With the Rabbi
Rabbi Kellner conducted the
services for and addressed a
large contingent of Service men
from the Officers Candidate
School held in the East Room of
the Roney Plaza Hotel last Sun-
day morning. These services are
conducted each week by the Rab-
binical Association under the aus-
pices of the local Army and Navy
committee of the local Jewish
We are happy to congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Klein upon
the birth of their boy and pray
that they will raise their new son
in health and happiness.
Paths of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
grief the passing of our late bro-
ther, Charles Liebskind and beg
to extend to his grieving widow
the congregation's deepest sym-
You don't need a ration card
to buy U. S. War Bonds.
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for children
from kindergarten age to Bar
Daily services are held at 8:00
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Sat-
urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Mishna classes are conducted
daily at 6:30 p. m.
Shachriss: 8:30 a. m.; Saturday at
9:00 a. m.
Service Men's service, Sunday
at 9:00 a. m.
Mincha; 7:45 p. m.; 7:30 p. m.
Friday and Saturday.
Maariv: 8:15 p. m.; 8:35 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
7:45 p. m. Rabbi Mcscheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Our summer schedule was put
into effect this week. All classes
have been regrouped for the
coming twelve weeks and the
curriculum altered to make pos-
sible a complete semester's work
coverage within that time.
New pupils are being registered
during the week days from 4 to
8 p. m. Classes will be held
during the morning hours from
the close of the public schools.
Our Rabbi will be glad to dis-
cuss your educational problem
Our Community Building Hall
was opened this week as a ser-
vice men's social hall. Our Sis-
terhood served as hostess Mon-
day night; the J. W. V. Auxiliary
and Junior Hadassah, Tuesday
night; the American Women's
Home Defense, Wednesday and
the Mizrachi Women, Thursday.
The service men's committee
met Thursday morning for a re-
port and further planning. Far
beyond the hopes of the commit-
tee is the enthusiastic attendance
and response of our service men.
Our Sisterhood did a grand job
in renovating the building. The
service committee has done a
splendid job of equipping the
hall and establishing committees.
Thanks in particular to Mari-
lyn Hochman of our girl scout
troop for the beautiful posters
for our service men's hall and to
Bernard Milstein for acting as
courier. Both scout troops have
helped in the gathering of maga-
zines and books for the reading
A good attendance enjoyed
our cantor's end-of-the-season
concert last Sunday afternoon.
Assisting on the program were
Richard La Mar, Eleanore Clarke
Linton, Cantors Nathan Wrooble
and Berele Kelemer. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff served as mas-
ter of ceremonies.
Service men were honor
Our sincere and deep sym-
pathies to the bereaved families
and friends of the late Mrs. Freda
Feigenbaum who was interred
in the greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Monday afternoon.
A very large number of
friends paid their last respects
at the chapel and on the ceme-
tery. The service was performed
by our Rabbi with the assistance
of our Cantor.
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MAX R. SILVER
Forty members of Sholem
Lodge and Auxiliary are back in
Miami this week recuperating
from one of the finest B"nai
B'rith Conventions held in the
history of the Fifth District. The
Jacksonville Lodge did itself
proud in putting on an outstand-
ing three-day affair, attended by
delegates from the entire South.
The accomplishments for the
past year, the plans for the fu-
ture, and a report of the activit-
ies will be given at our next
meeting. Tuesday, June 9th, at
the Miami Woman's Club.
This meeting is being devoted
to a Father's and Son' celebra-
tion in honor of Father's Day,
with the program being planned
by the A. Z. A. Committee. The
Hon. Judge Walter H. Beckham
will be present as guest speaker,
with a message for both fathers
and sons which will be appro-
priate to the wartime emergency.
All members having children are
urged to bring them to the meet-
On Sunday, June 14Ui our
Lodge is sponsoring a Flag Day
ceremony at Flamingo Park, Mi-
ami Beach. More complete
plans for the program will be an-
nounced at the meeting and in
our next column. In the mean-
time make arrangements to be
present at Flamingo Park, 7:30,
Sunday evening. June 14th.
Executives who will attend
1942 National Conference of Jew-
ish Social Welfare at Rochester,
on June 6th through 9th.
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Clifford A. Ricks has been in-
ducted into the armed forces at
Camp Blanding, Fla.
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1942
Henry Aaron went to Belle
Glade on a business trip.
Mrs. Sarah Colsby and daugh-
ter. Blossom, left Tuesday for
New York. Enroute they will vis-
it Mrs. Colby's brother in Wash-
Pieces of Hate
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
her real name. Formerly active
in isolationist ranks, she contin-
ues her attack, this time in a sav-
age vein against all things Amer-
ican. In line with the usual vit-
riolic persiflage originated in
Berlin, she attacks the Jew by
printing "Communism is a revo-
lutionary weapon for conquests
of the nation by oriental masonic
Jews Does V for victory
stand for victory of anti-Christian
communism? Are Christian boys
to die for that on foreign soil?"
She reaches the nadir of filth
when she seeks to arouse fear in
the hearts of Americans by the
following statements: "Be on
your guard against enemies with-
inespecially during blackouts."
"Are your persecutors being
drafted as privates."
John Burke, who has been act-
ive in the seamy section of the
isolationists, has just been made
an ensign and assigned to a naval
Charlotte Young, former head
of the Hitler-admiring "Paul Re-
vere Sentinels" and ardent dis-
ciple of Father Coughlin, is now
busily engaged in sending lettcri
to various newspapers attacking
investigations now being conduct-
ed by the Federal government on
what she calls "loyal Americans."
The depths to which anti-Se-
mites will sink in order to cxpre6s
their hatred can best be illustrat-
ed by the following incident:
Recently a commercial air lin-
er crashed, killing all passengers
aboard. One of them was a Jew-
ish boy. a private in the army, on
his way home for a short furlough
to see his parents. On the day of
the funeral, they received a l< t-
ter. anonymously sent, gleefully
calling their attention to the bat-
tered condition of their son's
body, expressing the fiendish
hope that the same condition
would soon be visited on all Jew-
ish boys. In reporting the mat-
ter to Federal authorities, it was
learned that several Jewish fam-
ilies, whose sons have been killed
in the line of duty for their coun-
try, also have received similar
The Anti-Defamation League
has come across three cases of as
many different insurance com-
panies, one in Texas, one in Mas-
sachusetts, and the other in Phil-
adelphia, who turned down in-
surance from any Jewish concern '
or individual. The League in-
tends probing the matter further. |
A Federal grand jury in Den-
ver. Colorado, indicted Rudolph I
Fahl, former Denver school teach-,
er, on charges of "seditious and I
disloyal acts and words in time of
war." It also returned true bills
against thirty-two other individ-
uals for a variety of offenses.
Fahl claimed the present war was
promoted by the Jews and that
Roosevelt has been putting money
in coffin factories for coffins to
be used for the American boys.
The American Civil Liberties Un-
ion is protesting the indictment.
Some people never learn.
The government against the
subversive Christian Front has
by no means frightened the lesser
leadership away. A Front unit,
calling itself the "Graphic Arts
Anchor Club." sponsored what
can be laughingly called an "I
Am An American Day" rally at
the Knights of Columbus Hotel.
Brooklyn, on May 19th. Approx-
imately one thousand people, of
which 809c were women, attend-
ed. The master of ceremonies, a
Mr. Walsh, took pains to an-
nounce that the club was an en-
tirely new organization. The
principal speaker of the evening
was none other than Coughlins
right hand man on the East
Coast, Father Edward Lodge
Curran. He was introduced as
an individual who will at some
time be called "infallible." Cur-
ran made his usual vitriolic at-
tack against American allies stat-
ing that "America needs the I
Catholics more than the Catholics
need America." The mention of
"the chosen people" was met
Executive director of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gold enter-
tained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kahn of
The semi-monthly meeting of
the Beth Israel Sisterhood was
held Monday evening at the
Schwartzberg hall. Mrs. Gold-
NEEDED AT Bffl
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gelders
have as their house guest Mr.
Gelders father, of Fitzgerald. Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gold and
daughter have taken a bungalow
for the summer at 310 Walton
Sadye G. Rose
Executive secretary of
ish Welfare Bureau.
. ---___- ._
Newly elected president of the
Y. M. H. A.
NAZI DIPLOMAT SAYS U. S.
PRAYS FOR HITLER VICTORY
, Stockholm (WNS)Hans
Thomsen. one of the Nazi diplo-
mats in America who recently
returned to Germany on an ex-
change basis, told the German
people in a Nazi radio broadcast
this week that the American peo-
, pie are praying for a Hitler vic-
tory to free them from "Roose-
Thomsen's radio broadcast was
a prelude to a nation-wide lec-
ture tour designed to show the
German people how the United
States is "enslaved by the Jews."
The great majority of Americans,
the Nazi said, are vehemently op-
posed to the "Roosevelt-Jewish"
clique and look to Hitler for free-
Funeral services were held last
week for David Knopfler in Fer-
guson Chapel. Dr. Carl Herman
officiated. He was the son of
Charles Knopfler, 533 39th St.
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Under the general direction
of Mrs. Charles Ratner, a drive
to collect medicine bottles and
small jars urgently needed by
the Army Air Forces Technical
training command hospital and
dispensary at Miami Beach, is
now under way.
With more than 100,000 need-
ed, any type or kind of bottle
from one half ounce to six oun-
ces, with or without cork, can be
utilized. Bottles with attached
medicine droppers or applicators
and small ointment containers
such as those which hold cream,
vaseline etc. are also needed.
Army trucks will pick up the
containers at the collection cen-
Bottles may be deposited at
Burdines and Richards depart-
ment stores, the Red Cross Drug
Department Store, the Y. M. H.
A., George's Garage in the du-
Pont Building, the Miami Mill-
work and Lumber Co., and all
fire stations in Miami and Miami
Army officials, expressing their
appreciation for the campaign,
pointed out that there has been
great difficulty in getting bottles
needed very badly.
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NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
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APTE IS ELECTED
Day J- Apte, of Miami, Fla.
was re-elected to the board of di-
rectors of the National Refugee
Service at the annual meeting of
the board in New York City, re-
The meeting was attended by
150 leaders in refugee aid activ-
,iv who heard reports on the con-
Its program includes planned re-
settlement for the newcomers,
general guidance by professional
workers, financial assistance to
the needy, employment aid, re-
training in new skills, help in
adjustment, and other functions.
It is affiliated with 900 commun-
ities throughout the country
which work in close cooperation.
TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY
OF PEARL HARBOR BOMBING
Day J. Apte
tribution of refugees in the na-
tion's war effort.
The National Refugee Service
is the largest social agency aiding
refugees in the United States.
Miami will join other cities
throughout the nation Sunday in
observing the six-month anni-
versary of the bombing of Pearl
Harbor by conducting a mass in-
duction of naval recruits in Bay-
Men enlisting in the navy be-
tween now and Saturday will be
sworn into service at the patriotic
ceremonies which will start at
2:00 p. m., the exact time in
Miami that the first bomb fell in
Honolulu (at 7:55 a. m.) on Dec. 7.
Patriotic and drill groups, in-
cluding an American Legion col-
or guard and the Miami Edison
Cadettes, will take part in the
Those considering enlistment in
the navy were urged to do so by
Saturday, so they, too, can take
part in the Pearl Harbor anniver-
"All of the men who want to
avenge Pearl Harbor should see
us in room 231 of the Post Office
building," said Guy F. Hull, chief
carpenter's mate, who is in charge
of the Miami naval recruiting of-
fice and is arranging for the Sun-
MRS. STELLA MARBEIN IS
ALSO TENNIS ENTHUSIAST
Mrs. Stella Marbein, grand
opera star, protege of Tetraz-
zini and wife of Rev. Herman
Marbein, Cantor of Beth David
is also a tennis star. She played
last Sunday at the Henderson
Park Courts in the finals of the
Mrs. Stella Marbein
Women's Tennis Association of
Greater Miami winning the place
of runner up and second prize
of the yearly tournament. Mrs.
Marbein defeated Miss Marion
Wood, recreational director of
Flamingo Park, Miss' Mary Nont,
recreational director of Winwood
Park and was defeated by Mrs.
Helen Vose in the finals.
NEW SERVICE CLUB IS NOW
OPEN BY BETH JACOB CONG.
The new service club opened
last week and sponsored by the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood is in need
of card tables, books, radio, phon-
ograph, records, microphone,
chairs, books and magazines.
Anyone able to assist is asked to
contact Mrs. Moses Krieger, gen-
eral chairman of the project, at
5-6150. The service club is open
every evening except Friday.
The portable theatre group un-
der the direction of Molka Reich
will present a one-act play Sat-
urday evening at 8 at the Beth
Jacob Service Men's Club, 311
RABBINICAL COUNCIL WILL
HOLD ANNUAL CONVENTION
BEACH GAS RATES RAISED
ALMOST 8% BY COMPANY
It's cheaper to win. Buy your
Quota of War Bonds.
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NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
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Increase in gas rates amounting
to almost eight per cent were an-
nounced Monday by the Peoples
Water and Gas Co., Miami Beach.
W. Bond Collins, vice president,
cited the increased cost of fuel
oil because of the war as the de-
termining factor in the increase.
He said the company at one time
bought oil for 95 cents a barrel
and that the price now is $1.37.
Stickers explaining the increase
will be attached to all bills.
Ratification of fuel clause
changes in the company's fran-
chise will be asked of the Miami
Beach council and of the councils
of other municipalities involved.
The Rabbinical Council of
America will hold its Seventh
Annual Convention at Riverside
Plaza Hotel, New York City, com-
mencing Sunday, June 28 through
Wednesday, July 1. The sessions
during the first two days will be
held cojointly with the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
A special feature of this year's
convention will be the role of Or-
thodoxy in the Southern Jewish
communities. Rabbi Uri Miller,
New Orleans, La.; Rabbi Harry
Epstein, Atlanta, Ga.; Rabbi Wil-
liam Drazin, Savannah, Ga., and
Rabbi Samuel Cooper, Charles-
ton, West Va.. will participate in
the program of this session.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
is a member of the executive
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Speakers Laud J. W. B. at 25th Annual Meeting
Wr workers for the National Jew.
ish Welfare Board who saw service
in the Board's morale and recreation
program for servicemen in both the
First World War and the present na-
tional emergency look back over the
record of 25 years of service at the
JWB's three-day anniversary confer*
ence. From left to right: George G.
Cohen, the Board's representative in
Washington, D. C; B. Eisenstein, vol-
unteer worker in the Board's Arnjy
and Navy program; Abraham Fe
berg, head of the Board's Personal
Service Bureau; Col. Max R. Wainer;
vice chairman of the Board's Army
and Navy Committee; Harry Lebau,
executive director of the Elizabeth
N. J Jewish Center; Louis Knit,
bw^-j ami ------------ executive director of the J WB; Rabbi
Ll rJ. m -' hcivb' fri#r chairman of the Netional Jeuhh Welfare jutc Landman, member of JWB's
U. John M. Schiff, VSNR. former W*"I RoarA ortsident, end Committee on Religious Activities
***** Army end Not* Committee. Freak L. Wed, Boer* pre*t*em, ^ u-| Greeniweigi ^airman 0f
J-d$e Irving Lehmmn, ehown .1 the Founder* Dinner. April 19. The dtnner. 1
Draws National Leaders
One thousand delegates from coast to coast attended 12 session,, of the
National Jewish Welfare BoardV2Sth anniversary conference, wh.ch came to
a close April 20 at the Commodore Hotel in New York City.
Celebrating its 25 year service record in war and peace, the Board was
lauded forVtslork on behalf of civilian and military g**fcg*lTag
Area, and Judge Irving Lehman, Chief
Justice of the New York State Court
of Appeals. President Roosevelt also
sent a message pf greetings, congratu-
lating the Board on its achievements
and wishing it continued success in
its expanding service program.
Frank L. Weil was elected presi-
dent of the Board for another term.
Other officers also were re-elected.
"Starting its work twenty-five year*
go in the first world war, and now in
this greater war, the Jewish Welfare.
Board has joined 5 other agencies of
the USO to make all men in uniform
feel at home wherever they may be,
Secretary Morgenthau declared in
national radio broadcast which mark-
ed the conference opening, April 18.
"It doea iu beat to give recreation,
comfort and companionship to all
servicemen,, whatever their religion.
General Phillips on, speaking on the
closing dayoPMie conference,said that
the work of the Board and other USO
agencies "was invaluable" in term* of
army morale. "These organisations.
General Phillipson said, "provide tho
services that the army can't provide;
they furnish to the men a touch of tho
home life and community spirit from
which they came. If there were no
such organizations, the army would
have to create them."
Judge Lehman, speaking at tho
Founders dinner, said that, "Again
the Jewish Welfare Board has, in a
greater war, been called upon to servo
our country and the men in our
armed forces. With eagerness and
with fervor it again answers that call,
joining with Catholic and Protestant
organizations in deepening in the
men in our armed forces their devo-
tion to these great ideals. In that
community of faith and of arms there
-can be no fear, no thought of failure."
Other prominent (praam it lb. eenicrcnca
Included Dr. David d. Sala P..I. chairman (
the Board*, Camaailtao an Rcliaieiu AcUaatiaei
Prafaiaar William Yandell Elliali. ceaialiaal
I* I he- War Pro due lion B.ard. l.irul.neal lahaj
M. Schirf. faraaar chairman ef Ik. Baard'a
A roar and Ni>. Coma, HI, 1 Waller Relhftchild.
preeent chairman af Ibe Arm, and Navy Can '
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miller; Rabbi Jerhua t.olh Licbmaa, Tcntpln
larnel. inn; Jneiak E. Brill. prealdeM ml thai
Eanaauel Chn Cenl-- Minneapelia. Mr. Wallar
F. Ilcllcr, ka-p- I af lha JWBi Rnbaa
Milt.a Sieinaere.. I i.caae Sraafefue. New
'a. and C-.ne.i... I ab.uii, Fr.nch h^raaltM.
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1942
It's unfortunate that some-
times the ADL has had to spend
a disproportionate amount of
time in refuting anti-Semitic li-
bels about the Jewish people .
But it is so tragically necessary.
The other day we were chal-
lenged by a Gentile to name one
outstanding Jewish hero of the
last war What name would
come to YOUR mind if YOU
were similarly put on the spot
We won't keep you guessing as
to whom we mentionedSam
Dreben probably would have
been forgotten, even though he
belongs to the company of those
whose souls are immortal But
Damon Runyon. than whom no
finer spirit ever breathed, has
preserved the memory of Dreb-
en in a few words that will live
forever These words should
be memorized by every Jew
worthy of the heritage .
They're worth quoting when you
run into some of those bigots who
ever stand ready to defame the
Recently the ADL reprinted
Runyon's little gem, with the
permission of International News
Service, under the heading of
"The Spirit of Sam Dreben Goes
Maraching On" Whether or
not you're in the mood for poetry
here 'tis Clip it and carry it
in your wallet if you're not good
There's a story in that paper
I just tossed upon the floor
That speaks of prejudice
against the Jews:
There's a photo on the table
That's a memory of the war
And a man who never figured
in the news.
There's a cross upon his breast
That's the D. S. C. (Distin-
guished Service Cross)
The Croix de Guerre, the
And there's a heart beneath
That beats loyal, brave and
Now whenever I read articles
That breathe of racial strife,
Or hear arguments that hold
his kind to scorn.
I always see that photo
With the cap upon his pate
And the nose the size of Bugler
I see upon his breast
The D. S. C.
The Croix de Guerre, the
And I think. Thank God
We have more than a few
Echoes of the Past
We have just picked up the
current number of the Pisgah
Broadcaster, official organ of De-
troit's Pisgah B'nai B'rith Lodge,
which rag we once edited ... In
a column called "The Editor's
Notebook" appears a disturbing
story The Detroit News, a
daily paper, it seems, ran a clas-
sified advertisement which read
"American Nationalist very
much desires job or position with
someone who can place them-
selves in the same category .
Anti-Semitic, Box 5370, Detroit
The Pisgah editor comments
on the reactionary policy of any
newspaper whose advertising col-
umns always are open for a price.
Having been responsible for an
understanding three years ago
with the Miami News that ads_of
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Quota by states for the month of June totalling: $800,000,-
"iii. Everybody every pay day Is expected to Invest at
least ten per cent of his income In War Bonds to aid in
:irSlicing- America's offensive against the Axis powers.
The ultimate quota for the nation win be on a basis of
one billion dollars per month effective in July. This sum
is necessary to provide for all-out production of planes,
guns, ships and monitions adequate to arm our flghling
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a discriminatory nature would be
eliminated, naturally we felt
rather blue ... At the time that
we left Detroit the newspaper
still was adhering to that agree-
ment The incident focuses
attention upon the need for eter-
nal vigilance in these matters.
Lip'on and J. Gerald Lewis, on
the same plan as now followed.
Suggestion that a distinct organ-
ization with an expanded pro-
gram be formed was temporarily
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at its annual meeting, set for the
first Monday in May. Nine di-
rectors will be elected each year
for three year periods following
Tuesday's election which selected
nine members for each three-two-
1-year term as the original group
under the new plan. The board
will choose its own officers and
is required to meet monthly.
The nominating committee,
Stanley C. Myers, J. Gerald
Lewis and Max Orovitz present-
ed their report which was unani-
mously approved. Elected to
serve as directors for three years:
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dr.
Frank Coret, Rabbi Max Shapiro!
Pincus Scheinberg, Joseph A.
Berman, Sidney Lefcourt, Dr.
Max Pepper. Mrs. Stanley C. My-
ers, Mrs. Ben Myers, and Mrs.
Louis Hartz. For two years:
George Chertkof. Leon Elkin. I
Frankel, Monte Selig. Herbert E.
Kleiman, M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs.
A. E. Rosenthal, Mrs. George
Goldberg, and Mrs. Leo Acker-
man. For one year: Mark Max
Dr. A. E. Rosenthal. Stanley C
Myers, R. R. Adler, Leo Eisen-
stein, J. Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Mey-
er Schwartz, Mrs. Ida Optner
and Mrs. Rose Weiss.
The meeting was presided over '
by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, retir-
Reports of the year's activities
were rendered by Mrs. Sadye G I
Rose, executive secretary
Following a lengthy discussion !
on the policy of the Baron de '
Hirsch Free Loan Fund the mem-
bership deeded to leave the op-
eration in the hands of the pres-
ent trustees, Max Orovitz, Jos I
er, who will shortly enter the
services as a commissioned of-
ficer, was unanimously adopted.
Fortunately, both Miami news- president, Baron de Hirsch Mey-
papers some time ago agreed to '
excise Nazified ads of this charac-
ter .. With few exceptions, they
have adhered to the pro terms of
the bargain We trust that
they will continue to do so, so
that they won't have to apolo-
gize for the same sort of thing
that the Detroit paper termed "an
J~ IS thrniiST.' ^
NOTICH 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
of ,6' CLl.'H, intend to register the
Bald name with the Clerk of the
tir.-uit Court of Dade County, Flor-
C. J SPIKES
NOTICE is HEREBY given that
A. Brown la engaged in business un-
der the fictitious name of IIKOW.N'S
FRIENDLY INN. 207-209 N. W. 1st
Ave.. Miami, Florida, and Intends to
register said fictitious name in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
' OUrt of Daile County, Florida.
MAX R. SILVER ** Wn"
Attorney for Applicant
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
Dade County. Florida
\*o I -J I Oft
RE: ESTATE OP lam
HENRY II. LEV1TCH
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
Notice Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition
[or Final Discharge as Administrator,
A. of the .Mat,- of Henry H.
deceased; and thai on the
une, 1942, will apply to
'V Blanton, County
the Honorable VV
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
tV, i i V Si'i'1 ""?' ''i'"" "' for
rinal discharge as Administrator, c
itc,h%2ceahsede8ta,e '" Hmty *' *~"
i ins ..tii day of June, 1942
STANLEY B. I.KVITCH
Leonard Lyons vows this story
comes directly from Amsterdam
. The scene is a railroad coach
... A stranger enters the car, and
shouts "Heil Hitler!" ... Not a
single one of the other passen-
gers returns the greetings .
Whereupon the stranger once
more shouts: "Heil Hitler!" .
And is met with the same silence
as before ... So then the stran-
ger settles down in a seat and,
smiling confidently at the as-
sembled people, says: "Good!
Now we can all talk" Then
there's the tale of the British
spy who had got into Holland
in what he thought was a perfect
disguise ... But he was quickly
discovered because when he
walked down the street his arms
weren't bulging with parcels of
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