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

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

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VOLUME 15No. 25
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 1942
PRICE10 CENTS
Pieces of Hate
by
RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
National Director of the Anti-
Delamation League of
B'nai B'rith
BER SALVAGE Y- M. H. A. Program To
Include Beach Home Camp
For the first time in the his-
tory of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community, a Home Camp
will be sponsored by the Y. M.
Leaders of the rubber salvage H. A. at Miami Beach. With the
campaign here issued a call for j assistance of the Greater Miami
at least 2.000.000 pounds of scrap Jewish Federation, the Y. M. H.
rubber instead of the 803,217-1 A. will conduct the Camp at 1849
pound quota assigned as this com-1 James Avenue, Miami Beach, be-
munity's share of the nation- ginning Monday, July 6, for a
wide drive for the vital war ma- period ending Friday, August 21.
terial. A Miami Beach Home Camp
In line with recommendations I committee working on this pro-
from President Roosevelt, every ject for the past several weeks
filling station in the area is serv- was composed of Joseph M. Rose,
ing as a collection station, pay-
ing one cent a pound for scrap
rubber of any description.
Officials of Wometco Theaters,
Inc., told the meeting they will
award S2S2.50 in war bonds and
stamps to boys and girls for col-
lecting rubber.
Moe's scrap yard, 3313 N. W.
North River Drive, reported that
the Tuesday collection there
amounted to 32,000 pounds to add
to the 300,000 pounds that were
already on hand, with collections
mounting daily.
The following list of things
made of or containing rubber is
not intended to be exhaustive,
but is offered rather as a list of
general suggestions regarding
some of the scrap rubber supplies
that may be found in average
places:
chairman, assisted by Rabbis
Moses Mescheloff, Samuel Ben-
sion, Leon Spitz, Mrs. Benjamin nouneed shortly."
Bronston, Joseph I. Lipton. Nat
Hankoff, M. B. Frank, and Harry
Sirkin.
The program at the Beach will
be similar to that conducted by
the Y. M. H. A. at its own Camp
for the past three years. Morris
Klass. executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Y. M. H.
A., have been formulating the
program.
Registrations will take place
the week of June 29 at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
and the Beth Jacob Synagogue.
Further plans will be an-
T
YIELD PALESTINE
TO U. S.
REFUGEES
JEWS IN WARSAW CREATED
E
JOBS
London (WNS) Pro-Zionist
Lord Wedgwood rose from a sick
bed this week to repeat his de-
mand that Great Britain turn ov-
er its Palestine mandate to the
United States.
Lord Wedgwood, raiding the
script of his broadcast, which
was denounced by Viscount
Cranborne, British Colonial Sec-
retary, as "an incitement to civil
war in Palestine." demanded that
the British government immedi-
ately take steps to recruit a Jew-
ish military force from among
refugees who had escaped from
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith has observed var-
I ious signs which indicate that
! aside from the fact that fascist
activity still continues despite
the war, definite
plans are being
made to educate
and indoctrinate
the American
people to the
fascist ideology
when the peace
is made. Joe Mc-
Williams, pre-
sently in Chica-
. go, is lecturing
for the "Midwest Monetary Fed-
eration," giving three classes u
week to a total attendance of ap-
proximate 75 people. They come
from different neighborhoods and
communities in and around Chi-
cago, and they are being coached
in the art of public speaking in
the hope of preparing them to as-
sume leadership at the proper
time. Now we learn that Father
Hitlerism, to establish a home : c u 8 h '' n far from being
guard in Palestine, and to arm squelched, intends to open a higfi
and train the Jewish volunteers, school for boys next September,
"now ignominously serving in the The school will train boys for
Pioneer Corps. post-war service. Spanish will bt'
The pro-Zionist bitterly denied i f, eompUlSry subJcet as wel1 as
the charge that he was inciting the, hlstory. geography, industry
violence in Palestine and reiter- and agriculture of South Ameri-
ated his contention that the Pal- Ca'
Geneva (WNS)Since the Nazi
invasion of Poland, Nazi author-
ities have confiscated and trans-
ported to Germany approximate-
ly $150,000,000 worth of Jewish
property, according to anti-Nazi
Aprons, ash trays, ato- ] papers published secretly in Pol-
] estine administration was biased
against the Jews.

Charles A. McLain, who for-
Ncw York (WNS)-The influx | ~Lord Cranborne, rejecting his mer,y directed musical program*
of refugees to this country smce coiieagUe's three-point oroeram for fascist meetings in and around
rise to power in 1933
the Nazi
characterized as "fantastic" LordI,thc East Coast- has organized a
has created jobs for American | Wedgwood's allegation that offi- grouP ca"in i,se" the "Amerj-
citizens it was reported by the (cia)s of the Colonial office and I can Society for the Preservation
Bitter bulbs, auto pedal covers,
baby pants, balls, bandages.
bands, baseball centers, bathing
caps and suits, bell buttons, belts,
brooms, brush handles, bumpers,
buttons, combs, containers, con-
veyor parts, clothes hanger cov-
erings, covers, cushions, dogs'
rubber bones and dishes, elec-
trical goods, eraser stubs, fan
and. copies of which arrived here
this week*.
The anti-Nazi papers reported
that this estimate includes ma-
chines, clothing, jewelry, food-
stuff and merchandise. It was
emphasized that the figure of
S150.000.000 does not include
homes, land, factories and stores
Palestine administration were a
Kings Crown Press of Columbia
University in their recently pub-
lished report of "Refugees at
Work." The report pointed out
that refugees in transplanting
their skills have caused the em-
ploying of citizens in new trades.
The study which was originally I Palestine problem."
suggested by Mrs. Roosevelt \
bears a preface written by her j
in which she declared: "I hope;
of Sacred and Patriotic Music."
"sinister gang of Fascists." He Charlotte Young, former head of
implied that the establishment of 'ne .^'-Semitic "Paul Revere
a Jewish military force in Pales-
tine might
"which can
Sentinels" and the Rev. Edward
lead to civil war roph* ardent disc>Ple of Father
hardly be regarded Cou8n,ln- "* secretary and trea-
as a satisfactory solution of the
formerly owned by Jews and I this study will be widely read so :
swa!,.r f g.(Sme tyP!5)JJ,fly Since Aryanized" by the invad- that it may allay fears of those
Itov K^K n" P!"S; g'[d e- I wh art" now making it more dif-
r". '' baI's' he^ls; hofe j According to another report re- ricult for the refugees to make a
hnttL w ul Wat!r "ived here this week. Gestapo J real contribution to their new
To I, ^ 'rhC? gad': agents in Poland recently exe- homes, through fear of competi-
gets, lastex, mats, medical sup-
Plies, pads, phonograph parts.
nk !-:mS' ruai?atSui!nd,hatVJewS in the ghettos to send let-
ate* rubber boats, rubber boots. tcrs m to thcir rc|ativcs
rubber cement (hardened), run-
I cuted six Jewish policemen on
the charge that they had aided
tion when there may
lag in employment."
be a new
s
KILLINGS OP JEWS
FOR ALLIED RAIOS
"ing board strips, sheeting, shoe
soles, silencers, sneakers, sponges,
stoir treads, stamps, stoppers,
ips from door stops, tires, tool
handks. toys, tubing, typewrit-
er key covers, washers, weather
stripping window cleaning
'. windshield wiper blades.
illegally
abroad. Three Jewish policemen
were executed in Warsaw, two in
Kielce and one in Radom.
HUNGARY TIGHTENS THEIR
ANTI-JEWISH LEGISLATION
NAZIS DESTROY MOVIE FILM
BECAUSE STAR IS JEWISH
Geneva (WNS) Anti-Semitic
decrees, designed to eliminate
loopholes in Hungary's anti-Jew-
ish legislation, were ordered by
the Hungarian Parliament which
decreed the expulsion of all Jews
Stockholm (WNS)Nazi au-
Salvaged rubber should bed thorities have ordered the Tobis from the armed forces. The an-
Posited or sold at your nearest Company to destroy a recently-' nouncement of this decree which
"Uing station to save time tires completed film, made at the cost' provides that Jews expelled from
and energy. All this rubber of 2.000.000 reichmarks. because, the army must serve in the labor
the star of the picture. Henry {battalions came over the Buda-
Baur, internationally-famous act- P4'st radio.
iTgy. All
"nether sold for a
or donated,
London (WNS)Nazi propa-
ganda Minister Joseph Goebbels
warned this week that Germany
would carry out a mass "exter-
mination of Jews" in reprisal for
the devastating Allied air bomb-
ings of German cities. Goebbels | tutelape of Father Coughlin and
blamed the recent raids in which > Gerald L. K. Smith, seeks election
surer respectively, of the group.
When it is remembered that Mc-
Lain agitated against the singing
of "God Bless America" because"
it was written by a Jew, it be-
comes clear just what is meant
by the title, "... Preservation of
Sacred and Patriotic Music."

It is interesting to note that
many of our fascists, who have
been in political oblivion, now
find that the background of war
is an opportune time for them fo
attempt a conn back. Ex-Con-
pressman Jacob Thorkelson, the
Jew baiter from Montana, an-
nounced his candidacy for the U
S. Senate. William Lemke, unsuc-
cesful presidential candidate ir
1936. while under the doubtful
same
all
this rubber,
cent a pound,
goes into the
causesuccessful prosecu-
tion of the war.
JTH JEW EXECUTED FOR THE
DEATH OF THE "HANGMAN"
or, is Jewish, it was reported
here by the Swedish newspaper
Svenska Dagbladet.
The report said that Baur.
French cinema star whose films
have been extremely popular in
Britain and the United States,
was arrested in Berlin three
Stockholm (WNS) Abraham
^oss. 42 years old. was executed
'a week in Brin, Nazi-occupied wks a8 for a'legedly forging
^echoslovakia, bringing the an "ahnpass"a certificate of an-
number of Jews executed by Na-1 cestry. Propaganda Minister Jo-
,' flr'ng squads in reprisal for seph Goebbels explained that the
e shooting of Reinhard "Hang- I "'m was ordered destroyed be-
Heydrich to 54, according | cause "Baur ls tainted-
here.
At the same time, the parlia-
ment considered proposals pro-
hibiting Jews from dealing in
foodstuffs and forbidding Jews
to listen to any broadcast ex-
cept those coming from the Buda-
pest radio station. There was no
action taken on these proposals
but a decree was adopted pro-
hibiting Jews from working as
superintendents or janitors in
any building in Hungary.
to
latest
Sports received
The
of Czechs
--. uuin jews and non-
GeTtt Smce the shooting of the
ls'apo chief on May 27, is 442.
official figure
Sauted, both Jews
WyeYr,^nlS^..SUmpS"nd
Your Tomorrow.
POLES MAY LEAVE RUSSIA
Jerusalem (WNS)The Soviet
government will issue exit visas
to Polish rabbis, religious lead-
ers and theological students who
wish to proceed to Palestine frem
Russia, it was disclosed here.
REFUGEES IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (WNS)A group of
150 Polish Jewish refugeesthe
vanguard of thousands of Polish
Jews stranded in Russiaarrived threatened
here this week from Soviet Rus- mean the destruction of European
sia after a temporary stay in Te- Jewry perhaps even world
heran, Persia. j Jewry.
the R. A. F. used more than 1,000
bombers, on the blood-thirsty
"Jewish press' of London and
New York.
The chief Nazi propagandist,
admitting that the R. A. F. had
inflicted great damage on Ger-
man cities, issued his warning
at a time when Germany is in
deadly fear of the expected Brit-
ish-American air raids. In an ar-
ticle published in Das Reich.
Goebbels said:
"The Jews are playing a friv-
olous game and they will pay for
it with extermination of their
race in all Europe and perhaps
even beyond Europe." Goebbels
acknowledged that "the German
population is suffering bitterly
from the raids."
The Goebbels statement marks
the second Nazi warning against
the Jews of Europe. At the out-
break of the present war. Hitler
that the war would
to Congress from North Dakota
;is does William F. (Alfalfa Bill?
Murray from Oklahoma. Leon de-
Aryan, violent hate monger, who
is presently being investigated by
a Grand Jury, has thrown his hat
in the ring as a Congressional
candidate from California. With
Gerald L. K. Smith seeking the
senator's seat from Michigan and
William E. Riker, another anti-
Semite, announcing his candidacy
for Governor of California, it be-
comes apparent that the fascists
are pinning their hopes on the
fact that the present national
emergency, with its myriad of
mixed emotions, will operate to
help them sneak past the better
judgment of American people.
Agnes Waters, the fanatical
Jew-hater in Washington, sent
out to her friends a letter calling
for funds. Mrs. Waters is the par-
ty who recently recommended, in
a speech before the "We, the
Mothers Mobilize" group in Chi-
cago, that President Roosevelt be
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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. JUNE 19.
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Mr. and Mrs. William Pallot
juinounce the birth of a son
Tuesday at Victoria Hospital.
MARRIAGES
Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Mickey Flacks,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Fred Phillips, to Milton H.
Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Greenberg. Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff officiated. The cou-
ple will reside here.
ORGANIZATIONS
A get-together meeting of the
Beth Sholem Center of North
Beach will be held Saturday eve-
ning. June 20th. at 7:30 o'clock
at the home of Albert B. Rosen-
stem. 2300 Alton Road.

Ruth Brotman. soprano, who
was heard with the U. S. Army
Band at the officers' dinner, held
at the Roney Plaza Hotel June
16th. will repeat the program
Thursday. June 25 at Flamingo
Park. Miss Brotman will also
be heard in musical comedy duets
and a group of Russian songs at
the Russian Bear. June 28. when
PERSONALS
Announcement is being made i, benefit for the Russian War Re-
of the marriage of Miss Florence i lief will be given, at which time
Genet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the honor guest will be General
Harry Genet, to Dr. Ralph R. IWooten, On June 21. Father's
Coleman. The ceremony was an | Day. under the auspices of the
event of June 7th with Rabbi | Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Moses Mescheloff officiating. The, Miss Brotman will arrange a mu-
couplc will reside in Charlotte sical program for service men. at
N. C.

Miss Florence Fell, daughter
of Adolph Fell, was married
June 10th to Melvin Levy. They
will live in St. Paul. Minn.
Buy War Bonds Today
RUBBER
NUMBER 1 WAR NEED
Scrap Tires and Tubes
and all other kinds oi rubber
WE PAY lc PER LB.
Phone. Wire. Write or Call
From Anywhere in Florida
MOE'S
RUBBER WASTE
3313 Northwest N. River Dr.
PHONE 8-1612
which time the following artists
will participate: Irving Laibson,
pianist; Ruth Brotman. soprano:
Aviation Cadet Louis Urczinski.
violinist, accompanied by Charles
Richard, pianist, accompanist of
the famous tenor. Laurita Mel-
chior: Beatrice Weinstcin. "Mis-
sion to Moscow"; Maurice Mam-
ches, tenor; Anyuta Melicov. pi-
anist: Shirley Mintz. incidental
music.
DEATHS
Isaac Scholnick, long time res-
ident, passed away Saturday eve-
ning. Funeral services were held
Tuesday with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. Interment was in
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Montreal (WNS) High trib-
: lite was paid to the Jewish people
who have "never lost heart des-
pite extreme suffering" by Prin-
I cess Alice at a luncheon meeting
I of the Montreal Council of Ha-
dassah held here this week.
ABeAi S. Ro-ientAai, &.&.:/>.
announces the removal
of his offices to
540-41 duPont Building
Telephone 2-4819
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Kupper will
'leave Monday for a vacation in
New York.

J. J. Rawlson left Wednesday
for a month's vacation in Hot
Springs. Ark.

Harry Saffer returned to the
city alter a lour week trip
throiiL

Mrs. B. Ki::::i:' and Son left
for Detroit. Mich., when they
will \: it : ; arents.

Estlier Berlant ace mpanied by
her sister Rose, left for a month's
sojourn in Nt w V i k

Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaj
have been visiting in Jack.-' nville
and Savannah and will return to
the city on June 24'

William Pallot has ;
his commission ::'. thi
States naval forces nsign
He will leave shortly : r It
N. Y. to attend C( rnell Univer-
sity.

Samuel Gurss. accompany .
his daughter. Mrs. Robert Ber-
geron, will join Mrs. Gurss at
their summer home in Avon
Lake. Ohio. Mr. Gurss will re-
turn to the city August 1. while
Mrs. Gruss will join him Octo-
ber 15th.
J.D.C. Official on Relief Mission in Frane
Miss Sylvia Geringer
Newly elected president. Miami
Unit. Junior Hadassah. She was
installed at a banquet together
with other officers last Monday
evening.
\l hen Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (fourth from the left), European Chair-
man of the Joint Distribution Committee and one of the few remaining
American relief officials in Europe, visited Marseille recently to note
conditions at first-hand, representative Jewish relief leaders in France
bade him goodbye nR he departed for his post in Lisbon. Shown with
Dr. Schwartz are (I. to r.) Jules Jefroykin, director of the J.D.C office
in Marseille; Dr. I.i/.ir.- Gourevitch of ihe Ose, medical and child care
agency supported by the J.D.C; Albert Levy of the Comite d'Assislanee
aux Refugies which supports IS.000 non-interned refugees in unoccu-
pied France, and Dr. Joseph Weil, representative of the Ose in the Camp
Commission which is aiding 16.000 interned refugees. All of these
agencies receive the bulk of their funds from the Joint Distribution
Committee. Dr. Schwartz's report of increased needs among the 60.000
refugees in unoccupied France resulted in an increase in The Joint Dis-
tribution Committee's allotment from $60,000 to $75,000 monthly.
TOWER
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JUNE 20th
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ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
A duty every man
owes himself and his
family is that of pro-
viding a final resting
place. It is only wise
and prudent that the
selection of a cemetery
lot should be made in
"advance of need." The
selection of a cemetery
lot does not bring its
use any nearer, but it
does dispose of a duty
with comfort and
due deliberaton.
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and is
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an __annually elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
per cemetery manag-
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sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you-
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic sights.
Families completely torn apart, scattered among strang-
ers, lack of upkeepall because the head of the family
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
No matter how long you have been a member of an
organizationno matter how much you have paid in dues
it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly
from Mount Nebo. This Is a sure way you can prevent
your loved ones from being scattered.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1942
I MARCHING MEN
| THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
+Jewisli ncridian
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in this new ..kly feature is pre- ;,uvtri'sing manager for Sehnn
,..,,i by the I'ui.n.- n.-iiliil.n8 dam. lev's Distill,,... .... > acnon-
.....................- n.iiun- is iir?- .----------*e >4 'jME8E/fe: DistMew and a number oi
omcr corporations
mittt-e of the Miunil
m.....ganlsaton.)
other corporations.
Varied Backgrounds Pnnn..r ,Coopera,ion
They certainly come from all' cess ThIS a. mUtUal Pr-
corners of the country and with I boy served bv the 7wr JWish
the most varied of backgrounds, from one camp to anoS an
these Jewish boys in the uni- chanee nf ,! IX'
forms Take, for instance. Isa- JE so th-,?ThSpon1^nco **
dore Rotkin of the air corps of- sure ,r Lc ,m 2S" WM **
fker candidate school He's new localT lhSSi u '" his
a color photography bug K* ^f 'amSS* how that
Formerly an advertising execu- received t 1'. d Ietter
live m his civilian days in Chi- chairman of ih, Grossman,
cago he had an equally famous FSS^^'gfiSSfK
reputation as a connoisseur of ami Armv -md i\i-- ,
art Larry Lazarus, a private The dvc," ({' m"S%
in the 575th squadron, is no at Cuno Iln.nn WOI"k
icycle rider i tact, H.SSB^tffStf^ """!
under the name of Larry Lawson, squadron, J 2 be 1
18 he pumped his wheels for Honed at Miami BeaVh Fol
44 hours and 4o minutes without lowup is done locally and' N I it
Dan G/dstein aV; Yorker SHi'SLSZ.SZ^S
;:.;.;;':;:'lS",g "tire?- r- with the iistin ^tTS.
ism ,ii texas U Hes been lowing names-
iSSSUt^m Joseph l Davis
Morton Liebenhaut
Louis B. Magid
M. K. Mannheimer
Joe Marks
Bernard Marsa
Alan J. Morris
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO TO BE
PRESENT AT N. Y. MEETING
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congrega-
tion Beth David, was requested
to serve as a member of the com-
mittee of sponsors of the "United
Jewish War Efforts." He will be
present at the conference on June
28th in New York at which time
this program will be launched.
He is a member on the commit-
PAGE THREE
IN THE JEWISH
WORLD OF SPOUTS
Baron
N : .im Bernstein
S i i.r Bilkis
David Bildner
Israel E. Boniske
Myron Broder
Harry M. Bronstein
Seymour M Brostoff Harry Nathanson
Ray M. Catsman
Eugene E. Cohen
Herbert E. Cohen
Charles C. Cole
Milton Coplan
Sul Dansky
M. J. Dreyfuss
A. M. Ellman
M. J. Farrell
William Feder
Max Feilman
S. J. Nissenbaum
Max Ostrov
John Peli.sh
Bernard Plattner
A. A. Prusin
Harry Reckson
David H. Richards
Harold L. Rogoff
M. L. Rosenblatt
Erwin Samuels
Julius Sankin
Dr. Herbert Feinbcrg Paul Schwartz
Herman Feldman Donald Sherk
an l\ ?'"lk Herbert M. Sicgel
K. O. Fleischer Morris Snyder
ni ? oomberg S. I. Somber*
"avid M. Bloomberg Martin Spellman
Jack Gllman Theo. D. Stein
Irving Goldberg Norman Weiss
Guv L. Goldsmith
David Goldstein
Albert Green
Martin Greenwald
pen Grossman
Mike Halperin
Samuel Hollander
Howard Hirsch
Arthur Jacobs
Julius Kapel
P|l.p Kaplan
pry R. Katz
Irvin Israel Klein
Mwtun Koplik
J'rry S. Kovlcr
Money Kraft
Irving Kreisberg
wward Lachman
Mau
Morris Green
Howard Rosendorf
Dr. Milton Saslaw
Leonard Traurig
Ralpf, Abrahams
Louis August
Herman Averner
Nick M Baron
David Belbow
Seymour Blaser
A. Bodenstcin
Beryl I. Breitstein
Fred I. Brevik
S. K. Bronstein
Harold J. Cohen
Norman B. Colin
Maurice J. Cohn
Nathan Covitch
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M. L. Ellison
Herbert W. Feldman
Joseph Fleischer
Erwin L. Fleischman
Justice Gettis
Lester Glickfield
Abraham Gold
Norman I. Gold
Reuben Goldberg
Sol Goldberg
Leonard J. Golden
Herbert R. Gordon
Leonard Greenblatt
Allan M. Greenfield
Emanuel Crewman
Mathias A. Gruber
Geo. W. Holfstein
Philip Kahn
Murray Kalish
Samuel Kalmanson
Milton L. Klein
David Roller
William Koppelman
Meyer Kovcnsky
Arthur F. Kromer
Sid Langcr
Abraham S. Lehrman
Newton Levinson
Joe Levy
William Liberoff
Herbert Margolis
Charles Meltzer
Donald Lee Metzger
Samuel Morris
Max Harry Moses
Harry Moskowitz
Samuel Rosen
James H. Rosenbalm
Herman Rosenthal
Aaron Rudoff
Albert Schlachter
Moses Schupler
Bernard Serkin
Sol Serkin
Rabbi Max Shapiro
I......' arrangements of this eon.
ference This United Jewish War
h-n,,.-. ;,. i ,-----;"""" ,v-" '"- "au lo turn in a card
of 2 ', \T* la""fhed. ;,; ? for a 72 hole course and in
of the program of the American
Jewish Congress.
During his stay in New York
Rabbi Shapiro will visit with his
Parents, Rev. and Mrs. Kalman
Shapiro, of Brooklyn. N. Y.
By Victor Wayne
Herman Barron. one of the few
Jewish golfers in the professional
end of the business, finally came
through after years and years
Of trying. Herman hails from
White Plains. New York, and he
has been known as the outstand-
ing Jewish golfing pro. One of
the u-asons he may have come
by this praise may be due to the
fact 11,at there are so few. How-
it ver it was known up and down
the P. G. A. circuits that Barron
was good but didn't have any
tournament luck. A jinx seemed
to have been trailing this thirty-
two year old New Yorker so far
as 'major-moneys" in profes-
sional golf were concerned. But
at last Herman Barren has hit
the trail to the tall timber on
which the greenbacks grow. He
copped the Western Open Titli
when this colorful tourney was
held in Phoenix. Arizona.
To win, Herman had to push
'.'oil's more renowned stars into
the background before he could
capture this 42nd edition oi this
Western Open. More than that,
he had to turn in a card of 276 !
doing
here on Herman came on with a
rush while the others faded un-
der the last round pressure that
Barron was exerting.
Now that at long last the New
York Jewish golfer has found his
batting eye that leads to golf-
ing's lush prizes, we do hope he
stays on the top long enough to
win some of the really big dough
this persistent chap so richly de-
servesperseverance in his case
has really paid. After thirteen
years of professional search, he
marched home with his first re-
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The experiences which Jewish
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countries, as well as the exper-
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countries, have not proven so
wonderful as to make the pro-
posal attractive."
Zionist leaders, after studying
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Cranborne, summarized the pres-
ent British policy towards ti-e
Jews in Palestine as:
1) Opposed to the creation of
a Jewish army or a Jewish Home
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to th establishment of Palestine
as a Jewish National State; 3) In
favor of negotiations for the set-
tli ment of European Jews in oth-
er Arab countries in the Middle
East which could be merged into
a federation of Arab states and
which would leave the Jews as a
minority in each of these states.
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Henry 1'ieard himself.
Barron has been following tin
money trails along the greens
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after seventeen years as a pro
thirteen of them spent losing to
the big shotshe not only has|
his first prize of a thousand dol-
lars in his jeans, but he has the ;
satisfaction of seeing bis name
take its place on the roll of hon- !
or at the Phoenix Country Club'
alongside such stars of the game
is Hagen, Long Jim Barnes, Mac-
Donald Smith and Chick Evans.
Even the way Herman won
this tournament was indicative!
Of his struggle to the top. He
had to come from behind to win.
At the start of the final 36 holes.
Herman was four strokes behind
the leader. Herman Keiseran-
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that Barron would crack under
the severe strain of home-stretch
competition for big money. Yet
at the 54 hole mark. Barron was
still three down behind a pace
setting field that included Pic-
ard. Keiser and Chandler Harper
of Portsmouth. Va. But from
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 25
TAMMUZ 4, 5702
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 1942
THE NEED DEMANDS
Miami's overnight and rapid expansion as \
a military center with the continuous influx ,
of service men of all branches brings with
it various problems, inconveniences and dif-
ficulties. The difficulties and inconveniences
are something we can do very little about and
in a fashion boast of them as evidence of our
part in the nation's struggle.
The problems arising with and about the
service men are gradually being met. The
various and sundry duties that can and must
be rendered to the men in uniform are being
disposed of as they exist and arise. The
Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee
with its division heads are assuming these
duties with a coordinated program supplying
the needs. When we say disposed, we mean
in the best manner possible with the facilities
Of hand. That is where the real problem ex- j
ists. The facilities are meager and inade-
quote.
Schools and synagogue facilities have been
converted into places suitable for service
men's centers filling part of the needs of this
vast program.
It will be nigh impossible to find a central
location that will cater to and fill the needs of
all of the men in uniform in this area. The
great bulk, as is well known, is congregated
on the beach.
There is without doubt an urgent and def-
inite need for a USO center on the beach
large enough and adeguately equipped to
supply the facilities for these boys who de-
serve every attention we can give them. The
United Service Organization is now in the
midst of an annual drive to raise millions of
dollars for these very purposes.
A survey of this area was demanded two
months ago by interested parties and when
made by the head of the Jewish Welfare
Board, Y.M.H.A affiliate, the need for a full
time U.S.O. field director was found neces-
sary. Within a short period of two weeks that
director was on the scene.
Likewise do we feel that the Greater Miami
Army-Navy Committee must exert the neces-
sary effort to secure a U.S.O building here.
The funds are available. The need exists.
This information must be relayed to U.S.O.
headquarters seeking immediate attention to
alleviating a major void in truly giving not a
lip service but a real service to the service
men.
THE POST-WAR WORLD
In the fifties of the last century when there
was a great deal of social idealism in America,
the American thinker, Ralph Waldo Emerson,
remarked that everyone seemed to be carry-
ing in his vest pocket the draught of a new
society.
But if Mr. Emerson were alive today, he
might say that every man's pocket was bulg-
ing with these plans for the new society. At
the conference of Jewish social workers in
Rochester this week, Dr. Abraham Dukar told
the gathering that there were more than 100
institutes in America engaged in planning and
researching for this post-war world. Certainly
in a world which has reached the dismal
depths of the present, we have need of such
planning and it is good to know that many
people are specializing in this. Mr. Dukar, in
his address said that the program of no two
of the Jewish Institutes is alike. There is re-
assurance offered by the fact that they all
are agreed to the point of the equality of the
individual Jew and the need for an Interna-
tional Bill of Rights.
If we may have these two points settled in
our favor, settled definitely, that is perhaps
all the Jews will ask. The Jew asks no spe-
cial privilegesjust the fundamental rights
this is all that we require.
60,000 JEWS REPORTED TO BE
MASSACRED IN VILNA, MAY
Stockholm (WNS)The mass-
acre of 60,000 Jews in Vilna by
Nazi-organized Lithuanian police
during the two-week period of
May 7-20 was reported by a Pol-
ish refugee who escaped from
Vilna on May 24 after witnessing
thr; bloodiest massacre in modern
history. The refugee arrived here
after concealing himself aboard a
ship leaving Gdynia for Sweden.
Only 20.000 Jews, mostly phy-
sicians, scientists, technicians and
members of "useful professions,"
were spared by the Nazis. Women
and children were shot down
along with their brothers, fathers
and husbands.
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Geneva (WNS)Japanese mi-
itary authorities have ordered
the immediate registration of all
Jewish refugees in her occupied
territories, including the Dutch
East Indies, the Phillipines, Sin-
gapore, Malaya and Hong Kong,
it was reported here.
m More J.D.C. Supplies to Polish Refugees in Russia
f (Left) Just before loading, Casimir Koszar-
ki, shipping manager for the Polish Consul-
ate General in New York,checks the bills of lad-
ing of medical supplies which the Joint Distri-
bution Committee is shipping to Polish refu-
gees in Russia. The J.D.C. collaborates with the
Polish Governmcnt-in-Lxile in this program.
(Right) Truckmen start the supplies on
the first lap of their journey to Russia via
Russian ships, freight- and duty-free. The
crates and barrels contain basic medicines,
serums, vitamins, drugs, hospital and surgical
supplies. New shipments are continually be-
ing made by the J.D.C
JEWISH NEWS
At the dinner given to Dr. Chaim Weizmann at the Waldorf-
Astoriawhich was attended by 2100 people, thanks to the
marvelous management of Meyer Weisgalthe president of
the World Zionist Organization made the poorest speech of his
career ... He was probably too deeply movedso moved that
he forgot to mention the Jewish Army Jacob Fishman, col-
umnist of the Jewish Morning Journal. Morris Weinberg, pub-
lisher of The Day, and Isaac Carmel, the indefatigable Zionist
worker, are giving a lot of time and labor to the project of pub-
lishing "The Life of Max Nordau," by the widow and daughter
of that great Zionist leader ... A portrait of Carmel's daughter,
the late Mrs. Rae C. Bader, will hang in the Bezalel Museum at
Jerusalem after the war The picture is being donated by its
painter, the well-known artist Jacgues Zucker, who years ago
studied his craft at the Bezalel School .
WAR ECHOES
The Department of Psychological Warfare in Washington is
doing a fine job short-waving speeches by Americans of Ger-
man origin, calling on their brothers in the Reich to stop wait-
ing to be bombed to hell for Hitler's sake We're interested
to see, in Lt. Col. W. F. Kernan's "Defense Will Not Win the
War," which has just come out in a Pocket Book edition, that
this American soldier believes the reason for the removal of
Leslie Hore-Belisha from the British War Ministry a couple of
years ago was "that his personality was obnoxious to certain
cabinet members" That was before Churchill became head
of the British Government, of course We point this out be-
cause we're sure Mr. Churchill would never have permitted
anti-Semitic leanings among his cabinet to gain the upper hand
in this way Robert Best, turncoat journalist now gabbing
for the Goebbels short-wave broadcasts, is making speeches
against the Jews these days for American consumption ... He
doesn't mention it, But Dorothy Thompson, who knew him when
he was still an American, reveals that years ago, in Vienna, the
man who helped him out of many a difficult spot was a Jew ...
YOU SHOULD KNOW
We never did approve of the nose-straightening operations
in which some of our Hittite-faced brethren indulge, and now we
have the clinching argument against this practice Addled
Adolf, it seems, has used this way of improving on nature .
So declares Fredrick C. Oechsner, United Press correspondent
just back from Europe Hitler's plastic surgery was under-
taken "to give his nose a more heroic mould," the reporter de-
clares ... In Holland, it is revealed, the new regulations re-
guiring Jews to wear yellow Mogen David insignia are pro-
viding the Christian Netherlanders with a new way of getting
the goats of the Nazis The Christians, too, have taken to
wearing the yellow six-pointed starsbut when the Gestapo
cop comes over to tell them to keep out of public places pro-
hibited by Jews, they simply point out that their stars carry
the legend "Dutchman" instead of "Jew" .
ENTERTAINMENT FIELD
Have you heard "the Son of the Free," launched on United
Nations Day? ... If you liked the tune, you'll be glad to know
that the composer is a man who can really appreciate the free-
dom of our country He's Kurt Weill, who came here only a
few years ago as a refugee from Hitlerism And to show his
gratitude, he's donating all the royalties from this song to the
Red Cross With Alaska in danger of becoming a battle-
front, give full credit to the show people who are planning to
appear in the Army Camps there ... At this writing the enter-
tainers bound for that Northern Frontier include Al Jolson and
Sophie Tucker Franz Werfel's new book, "Song of Bern**
dette," will be a screen play before long, we hear, with Ben
Hecht doing the film version .. Cliiford Odets is writing a screen
play for his former wile, Luise Rainerbut he doesn't want to
talk to her Pretty soon, cracks Harry Hershfield, Hitler wa
be singing a new theme song"The Last Time I Saw Pans "V
On that radio program, "Can You Top It," in which Harry pew
cipates, there occassionally, we are sorry to say, pop up jo
that are in rather bad taste, and, to top it, they are sometime
told in a very distasteful dialect ... We listen in to this pro-
gram, and would advise, in particular, the elimination ot s
jokes as that concerning a Jewish blood transfusion being gi
to Hitler Joseph SchUdkraut will have an important roie
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" ... A movie on the life ot reu*
Frankfurter is in preparation, you may be glad to know
ABOUT PEOPLE hW
Enrico Glicenstein, the 72-year-old sculptor who is F^Tjj
the most distinguished living Jewish artist, Jacob Epste"?]lan
excluded, is living a retired life near New York ... He is ^
untiring worker, and has just finished an ei9ht-foo'sta,uehaVing
he calls "Defense" ... In training in the Signal Corps, ^
left Broadway for the duration, is young Sidney LuE?^hts
early this season portrayed the boy Jesus behind the t r.
... A full-fledged pilot in the Canadian Air Force is ^tWy,
man. son of the Empire State's Governor ... His papas <~,
Winchell discloses, goes to charityCatholic. Protestor._ ^
Jewish ... It is not Ludwig Lewisohn. who is ill in Ariz *
reported in the press, but his charming wife. Edna, who ^
to regain her health there Our best wishes to her ^
gratulations to Dr. Trude Weiss Rosmarin, editor of in w ^
Spectator and the Jewish Book Club, on her birthday, w ^g
loci uiimV rw. .t,.,,U.'l ~< M.ii> rrivA nWQV O lUUJ .,i
last week One shouldn't, of course, give away aJrJ ^ still
but we may reveal that this energetic and prolific wn ^
sunny side of thirty-five Felicitations aW>fT^oB M-
ri on the marriage of his daughter, Dora, to w
on the
ben Avi on tne marriage
Pollard of East Orange, N. J.


FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1942
'Jewishfhrldiar
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BBNSION, Rabbi
1586 Jefferson Avenue
l'hone 5-47S1 or 5-47S2
Miami Beach
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
Sabbath Services
Daily services. 8 a. m., 8 p. m.
This Friday night services will
be held at 8 p. m. On Saturday
morning services will be held at
.<) a. m. and at 10:30 o'clock. Dr.
Samuel Bension will preach the
.sermon on The Scriptural Lesson, i
Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will of-1
ficiate. The children's Hebrew
choir will assist. At 7 p. m. the
Mincha service will be conducted
after which the Oneg Shabbos
will be spread to be followed by!
the Maariv Evening service. Sol-
diers are particularly invited to
all of these services and to the
Oneg Shabbot.
New Pulpit and Ark in Center
Synagogue
The new pulpit and ark, the
generous gift of Samuel Fried-
land, in memory of his late fa-
ther, have already been set up.
It is a massive, beautifully
adorned and artistically decor-
ated affair which lends dignity
and enhances the sanctity of the
synagogue. In the very near
future an announcement will be
made concerning the date and
the arrangements of the elaborate
consecration ceremonies which
will mark the occasion.
Sisterhood Meeting
The Sisterhood held its sum-
mer monthly meeting at the Cen-
ter last Tuesday night under the
leadership of vice presidents
Mrs. Ben Marbach and Mrs.
Sarah Berman and made final ar-
The Beth Sholcm Jewish Cen-
j tor of North Beach announces
; that Sabbath services will be
i temporarily discontinued until
suitable quarters are located.
For further information Dr
Si JS^lytf *s2s;L, S*RVICE sched=
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Maariv ............................8:00 p. m.
Saturday-----------------------9:00 a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
ABRAHAM A. ki:i.i.ni:r. Rabbi
1S23 8. \V. 14th Terrace
l'hone I-S19S
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TOR AII
K,4.'i S. W. Third Street
Y E S H I V A
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
Phone 58-2188.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. .Miami Beach
M08ES MESCHELOPP, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MA MCI IKS. Cantor
2M3 8. \v. jiat Terrace, Ph. 4-04116
Pro Patria
Week after week we record
; with justifiable pride the part
our own members are playing in
the heroic war effort of our glo-
rious country. This week we are
j particularly proud to salute Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Reinhard who
have two sons in the service of
the United States. Corporal Hen-
Synagogue Services ry Reinhard is at Camp Lee and
Morning services daily at 8:30 Private Leo Reinhard is with the
oclock;Saturdayat9am.: eve- army air force technical trai-
nings at 7:45 and! 8:20 o'clock. | ing command. In addition Mr.
-t qCnn'Ce mnS Mmyan' Sunday and Mrs. Reinhard have achieved
at 9.00 a. m. la most enviable reputation in
Service men s Service. Sunday ; helping in every manner possible
at .ju a_ m. t tne religious service for men sta-
Helig.ous School tioned in this area. Theirs is an
Classes are being held every j accomplishment which makes us
T %.' Juosday' Wednesday feel privileged that they are one
and Thursday from 9 a. m. to of us.
12:30. Parents are invited to en- witJ, tK BoKk;
roll their children now. p... 7- the Rab,bl, .
R.,u t..u c- Rabbi Kellner conducted ser-
Service aub < J*" laSt Sunda* rnin* ln the
At a m,..ttnah~XA w a a iEast Room of the Roney Pla
m,,rn iL f Wednesday Hotel for the officer candidate
on thIX 1 IT* tendcr?dl school. More than two hundred
on tne variety of entertainments,
services and activities offered to
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for child-
ren from kindergarten to tal-
mudic education.
Daily services are held at 8:00 Rabbi Zwltman win be in the Tern-
am. and 7.30 p. m. and on Sat- Jfth* ^^erlVo^^T^l
urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Ilabbi Rmeritug
6936 Indian Creek Drlve6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
3400 LaQorce Drive. Miami lieach
Phone 6-173*
Mishna and other adult educa-
tional classes are held daily at
6:30 p. m.
Officers are Mr. Weinberger, I rael, 137 N. E. 19th St., Friday
president; Mr. Singer and Mr.'evening at 8:15 o'clock.
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to aay. each matter will b*
held In strict confidence.
Regular services at Temple Is-
Mamorstein, gobais; Milton Was-
man, secretary; Abraham Gold-
smith, executive secretary; M.
Friedman, teacher.
The Junior Congregation will
hold services this Saturday morn-
ing with the following participat-
ing: Morris Kleiner, Bernie Mil-
The Sisterhood and Men's Club
of Temple Israel are sponsoring
a congregational supper and
card party to be held Wednes-
day, June 24 at 6.30 p. m. in Kap-
lan Hall. The tariff is 75c per
person.
The proceeds will be used for
stein, Bernard Goldsmith, Morton th ,,:
o i_ ^-., lne entertainment of service men
Rosenbaum and Master Glazer-
hof, who will read the Torah.
service men in our area at our
Recreation Hall. Daily attend-
ance averages between two and
three hundred service men.
officer candidates participated in
the services.
Sabbath devotional for service
men on Friday evening was held
in our synagogue for members
of the army stationed in this
community. Prior to the services,
which were sponsored by the lo-
cal Army and Navy Committee
of the Jewish Welfare Board, the
soldiers were feted in the homes
of our members with the tradi-
tional Sabbath meal. Following
1 the services the hospitality com-
resentatives of the several or-'tne chairmen f eight commit- mittee of thc Synagogue served
Participating as hostesses for
range'menta to "take care oF the ^evenings of the week are ten
rummage sale which will be held dlfferent organizations. Volun-
in the very near future.
Interboard Meeting
Under the chairmanship of vice
tary contributionss for refresh-
ments and kosher meals for our
service men are welcomed. Mrs.
president Herman M. Berk, the : Moses Kr.ie8er chairman of the
Interboard which consists of rep- organisation which is headed by
-----......... .,^ mm,m, ,
gamzations affiliated with the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, held
Congratulations
a tasty kiddish. The service men
will be our guests again this
its monthly meeting last 'Mon-LHeay1Tmazul 'ov l Mr- and coming Shabbas and the Shabbas
rtav ;k. n~A j;-_____j _i __ Mrs- William Malter and to Mr. fiin,ir,o ,.,ith c.r,,^ .,? n--n
following with services at 8:30
p. m. and the kiddish at 9:00 p.
m. The following ladies were on
the committee last week: Mrs.
Nathan Adelman, Mrs. Morris
Bear, Mrs. Louis Block, Mrs. S.
day night and discussed plans for T' mm J 1 l i2f
a coordinated. comprehensive! and Mfre' "\Mazu[ n theK add-
program of activity on behalf of g? f a baby g,rl to each fam"
the soldiers in the Miami Beach :' yA .
area with special reference to; 1,,Congj;at"latlons ^ to. Sergeant
activities housed in the Center f f I "* I -
building. President Frankel re-' Ste,n.Sart wh wcre Jlnet* "j Cohen. Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
ported that within the next few ma"lage/I Tucsdav afternoon by Mrs Abraham Kellner, Mrs. Louis
weeks the patio hall will be com- R^W Moses Mcscheloff ln hls Pallot and Mrs. Joseph Stein.
pleted which will make it pos-: 0:, u .. A Thank You
sibletohold the dances, concerts! *** wishes to Mr. andI Mrs.. rebbitzen
and socials in the open air on a. M'v'n Lh, T^Tkk m ^ : take this means of extending
much more elaborate scale and "rday .ni*ht at. Rabbl Moses; their many and sincere thanks
in a cool and refreshing atmo-ix ie^ne ",re,s'acnce- I to the lovely group of ladies who
sphere. Mrs. Ben Marbach and God grant th,ese a11 Joy and \ attended the farewell luncheon
Rabbi Spitz reported on the Ser- haPPlness unending. ______I arranged in honor of the rebbet-
" I zen last Tuesday. While we do
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
1 Miami's Pioneer t'ongreRMtinn)
13.') N. W. Third Avenue
max SHAPIRl >. Rabbl
Residence Phone, 2-2176
HERMAN 11. MARBBIN, Cantor
Phone 5-!i6:l
Mrs. Louie Marpulies, Reporting
vice Men's program. Mr. Roth-
berg of the JWB and the USO
Was the speaker of the evening.
Rabbi Spitz
not like to mention any names
Rabb. Spitz will speak on the I we fee, that the committee should
Members of the Jewish Cen- rad' ** SS"S? aft1er"oon at. be named. Hence, special thanks!
ter Social League under the lead- j 4:3,? n the Rabbinical Hour on to Mrs George Chertkof. Mrs.
ership of their president, Edward I a Fathcrs ** Program. He has\yictM MeU, Mrs. Max Rifas. Mrs.
Greenblatt, are particularly ac- been recently appointed to serve ghulman, and Mrs. E. Sil-
wve in this program.
Patriotic Activities
The Saturday night weekly
dances and receptions are being
continued each Saturday night at
We are happy 10 note the in-
creased registration for the sum-
mer months at our daily Hebrew
classes. We hope parents will
take advantage of this summer
semester by sending their child-
ren regularly.
Congregational Closing Meeting
At the closing meeting of the
Beth David Congregation held
last Sunday evening, the presi-
dent, Sidney H. Palmer, an-
nounced the suspension of meet-
ings for the summer months.
During the serving of refresh-
ments by the entertainment
chairman, Bernard Sterling, Mr.
Palmer expressed his hopes of
greeting all members and friends
at the fall of the year.
Congregational Board Meeting
A board meeting of Beth David
Congregation has been scheduled
for Wednesday evening, June 24.
This will be the last regular
board meeting until fall, subject
to calls from the president, Sid-
ney H. Palmer.
Sisterhood Board Meeting
Mrs. Harry Oliphant. president
of the Sisterhood, announces a
board meeting to be held next
Wednesday morning, June 24th,
at 10 o'clock at the Beth David
auditorium. Mrs. Oliphant re-
quests all officers, past presi-
dents and board members to set
aside that morning and join her
in helping to outline the program
for the ensuing year.
Please phone your reservation
immediately to the Temple of-
fice, phone 2-7745. Mrs. Frank
Perlman and Mrs. Gordon Davis
are co-chairmen.
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
At the services Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Lewis Hcrstein.
father of Mrs. Morris Plant and
Mrs. Louis Zeientz; Frieda Plant,
mother of Morris Plant; Moses
Sonneborn, father of Mrs. Her-
bert A. Simon; Charles Sprintz.
father of Henry Sprintz; Samuel
Hantman, husband of Mrs. Stella
Hantman; Adolph Stern, father
of Miss Malvine Stern.
Floral offering of last week
presented by Mrs. H. B. Sadow-
sky, in memory of her father.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1S01 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. 1 .ijci. r HAIlllI SA.MIEI, HAI.EVI BARON
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m.
Sisterhood sewing for the Red
Cross, British War Relief Soci-
ety and Bundles for America,
Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
"A Liberal Synagogue serving
Hollywood. Fort Lauderdale and
all of Broward County."
wiuuyotiiiuyiutiu
WAR BONDS
Mazel Tov
on several Federation, Rabbinical German
and Social Service Army and i
Navy activities committees.
Hebrew School We are most naPPy to extend
The summer session of the Cen- \ sincere mazel tov greetings to
the Center ^.i" ter Hebrew School is completing Mr. and Mrs William Pallot upon j
dienT Amone t^ hSLf? its enrollment this week and is the birth of their son May they
. ; ^mong the hostesses this;___. ..__,____ jj ,r and the happy grandparents be
an. Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs.
A. Wald
On Wednesday evenings infor-
mal dancing is had in connection
with the meetings of the Jewish
Renter Social League. Under the
leadership of Mrs. Esther Levy,
a Red Cross Unit is busy mend-
mg the uniforms of the service
men. gratis, at the rate of a hun-
ored a week. A number of famil-
ies are extending dinner invita-
tions to the boys.
riJ* Sunday at 9 a. m., a con-
,trable number of soldiers
Rather for religious services.
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOJJS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
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MIAMI BEACH
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For the Practice of
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ness.
nionth have"Wn M'r,lBen Ma. \ Vff^JSJtAjSZ vild to ra^S of? I
bach Mrs o,u d^^ /r~- It is also affording individual in- i.,. j u
u-on sX ^JSaJSru-h5 and.rciaI bir mitzvah spnng ,n
Mrs. L. salmon, Mr John BStt2Sfe&
curriculum with the Community
Day Camp project of the Jewish
Federation on the Beach.
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They displace approximately 35.000
tons and cost up to $70.000.000. We
have something like a score of these
huge ships In the Atlantic and Pa-
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Eight huge batUeships are under
construction and more are contem-
plated. To finance these modern
goliaths of the sea it it necessary
for every American everywhere to
buy more and more War Bonds. We
can do It if everybody does his
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PAGE SIX
Jenist> Meridian
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1942
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Home Camp
The 4th Annual Home Camp
Session of the Y. M. H. A. com-
menced last Monday morning
with an enrollment of fifty-one
children. This is the largest en-
rollment on the opening day
since the Home Camp idea was
inaugurated.
This enrollment will be greatly
increased because there are many
children who are presently at-
tending summer school and who
will come into camp as soon as
their curriculum is completed.
One of tin new features in the
camp is the Study Of Hebrew for
beginners. Through the courtesy
of Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth
David Conyrc.ua'.ion. Joseph Ga-
don. one of the outstanding He-
rs !ii tins commun-
ity, will give a course in He-
brev for begini rs twice .. w i .
Many parents have asked us to
enroll their children in this
ci ursi.
There are still a few vacancies
in the Home Camp and those in-
ted are asked to communi-
ty it h the office at once,
Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. to Have
Installation
A meeting of the installation
committee was held this past
wi < k and it was decided to have
a joint installation of the Y. M.
and Y. W. H. A. some time in
July.
Y. M. H. A. Inaugurates Summer
Athletic Program
The athletic committee of the
Y. M. H. A., of which Frank
Rose is chairman, held a meeting
last Sunday morning and in co-
operation with Dr I. H. Schwartz.
athletic director at the "Y," a
summer athletic program will be
opened in cooperation with the
Physical Fitness Committee ol the
Dade County Defense Council.
B ginning this Sunday morning.
June 21. an inter-club Softball
league will be formed at River-
side Park. All members of the
Y. M. 11 A. are invited and asked
to participate. In addition, the
following program will be spon-
sor! d:
Monday night, 3 o'clock, senior
women, calisthenics, volleyball.
Tuesday night. 8 o'clock, busi-
ness men's class, calisthenics,
physical fitness program, reduc-
ing.
Wednesday night. 8 o'clock.
Girls' Progressive Club, general
atl-.li tn' program.
Thursday night. 8 o'clock. Boy
Scouts. Junior boys, gymnastic
work.
"Y" Diamondball Team Makes
First Place in League
By defeating the Boulevard
Christians by a score of 16 to 8.
ithe Y. M. H. A. Diamondball
Team wins first place in the Ser-
vice League of Dado County. The
boys are playing wonderful ball
and their clean sportsmanship is
a credit to the Jewish commun-
ity of Miami. They need en-
couragement and this can be
made possible by everyone com-
ing and rooting for the boys.
Another Public Service
For the fourth time, the "Y"
iias been honored i y the Select-
ive Si I vice Sj .-' i.i o! D.icie
County I. Board No. ti to aid
,n i. gistration i t all men born
on or alter June 1. 1922 and on or
. f. n June 30, 1924. The dati
of this registration will lake'
place Tuesday, June MO. 1942.
fi om T a. m. to i> p. m.
Ail registrars who have pre-
viously assisted Mr. Grossman in
this work are asked to be pres-
: i again to continue their
charitable work in behalf of the i
1' S. A.
From Irving Goldberg
Private Irving Goldberg, for
many years an active communal
worker, writes in from Camp
Shelby. Miss., to say hello to all
of his friends. Irv is with the
U. S. Army. Co. F. 337th Infan-
try. He's lonesome and a few
cheery words from his friends
would be indeed heartening.
FEDERATION ANNUAL MEET
WILL BE AN INNOVATION
Unlike previous years, the 1942
annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, to be
held Wednesday evening. July 8
at Beth David Talmud Torah.
will be patterned after an offi-
cial joint meeting of the Con-
gress of the United States.
A speaker of the house will of-
ficiate at the meeting and eight
carefully selected experts will
, testify briefly in behalf of the
more than two score agencies and
services which receive financial
support from the local Federa-
tion campaign. The audience.
composing members of the sen-
ate and house of representatives,
will be requested '<> cross exam-
ine from the floor the testimony
of the experts.
Important matters of state af-
fecting the local Jewish commun-
ity will be thrown open for dis-
cussion and formal action. There
Will also he election ol senators
(officers) and representatives
(membi rs of the board) who will
function during the ensuing year.
Jewish Boy Seoul and Girl
Scout troops will present the col-
ors and serve as pages.
The names of the speak, r of
the house and the experts will be
announced shortly by the pro-
gram iik.lining committee, headed
by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi
Leon Spit/.
At a special ir.ee ting of the
committee held this week. Mrs.
Benjamin LaVme. general chair-
man, expressed gratification that
tiie annual meeting has been ar-
ranged so as to make possible
the participation of everyone in
attendance. Shi' added that be-
cause of the novel manner in
which the agenda will be pre-
sented, the meeting should prove
both stimulating and productive.
PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN BY
WAR RELIEF KNITTING CLUB
Robert Lurie
Robert Lurie has been appoint-
ed director of B'nai B'rith's war
service activities.
A "Russian Night." sponsored
by the S. W. Russian War Relief
Knitting Club, will be held Sun-
lay night. June 21. at 7 o'clock,
it the Beth David Congregation.
Phyllis Sharon and Bobby Jo-
seph will present a gala show
consisting of talented entertain-
is and featuring Sergeant Rich-
ard Charles, the world's young-
est bugler and bugle soloist, only
Seven years old. This youngstir
has proven a sensation in appear-
ances at the Wometco Theaters
where he has currently been ac-
claimed at top-notch entertainer.
"Russian Night" is one of a se-
ries of events which will cele-
brate June 22. the anniversary of
the German invasion of Russia.
This day has been proclaimed
nationally as Aid to Russia Day.
and by Governor Holland for the
tate of Florida.
B'nai B'rith
N
o t e
BY AL GREEN
To Brothers Max Silver and
Milton Friedman, your columnist
wants to express his sincere ap-
preciation for their fine pinch-
hitting during his absence from
the column on account of a per-
sonal tragedy. Maxie and Milton
you did a swell job and I am
very grateful.
Last Sunday, in services dedi-
cated to the celebration of Flag
Day at Flamingo Park. Miami
Beach, the local B'nai B'rith
i.odL'e cooperated with the Mi-
ami Beach F.Iks in sponsoring a
very interesting program.
Judge Vernon Hawthorne was
the principal speaker, while Dr.
Maurice Kline recited the his-
tory of the Flag. Music was pro-
vided by the Miami Beach High
School band. Over 500 people
and several hundred soldiers
were stirred by this patriotic pre-
ii ntation,
'Ii:e highlight of the evening
was the presentation to the win-
ners of the essay contest staged
in the schools under the spon-
sorship of B'nai B'rith for the
best essay entitled "Our Flag
and Our Country."
There were over 1200 essays
entered and the winners wire
Dennis Allegretti. Dorothy Nuck-
owitz, and Elaine Bass, all of
Miami Beach.
A lot of credit should go to
the B'nai B'rith Americanization
Committee, headed by Brother
Nat Roth, for their fine work in
making this program a most suc-
cessful one.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1942
JEWS RESTORED
TO CITIZENSHIP BY
POLISH POWERS
London (WNS)Acting on a
motion by Dr. Ignacy Schwartz.
bart. one of its two Jewish mem-
bers, the exiled Polish National
Council voted this week to re-
store full citizenship to Polish
Jews who had been denationalized
by the anti-Semitic Polish gov-
ernment before the present war.
In effect, the action invalidates
most of the anti-Semitic decrees
promulgated by the pre-war anti-
Jewish regime. At the same
time, the Polish National Council
voted to issue new citizenship
papers to approximately 2.000
Polish Jews, now interned in un-[
occupied France, who had lost
. their documents in the flight
from Poland. The National
Council rejected, however, a mo-
tion to issue visas to these 2.000
Jews.
In a radio broadcast to the
Polish people, Premier Gtn. Si-
korski called attention to the
fate of the "tens of thousands of
Jews who have been massacred
;n Lublin. Wilno, Lwow. Stanis-
lew and Miechow during the past
year." He promised that the
Nazi executions and atrocities in
Poland would be reported in a
formal note to all Allied and neu-
tral governments.
Describing the plight of Jews
in Nazi-occupied Poland, the
Polish premier stated that Polish
Jews are "being starved to death
in the ghettos; mass executions
are common and even those suf-
fering from typhus are shot." He
expressed the belief that only a
United States announcement of
post-war retribution against the
Nazis could halt "the rising tide
Of madness of the German assas-
sins and save hundreds of inno-
cent victims from certain death."
"Jewisti ftcrldUan
^S^fH^r****0" YOUTH'S HOME raONT ROLE AT THE
NAL WAR SERVICE CONFERENCE OF B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION
PAGE SEVEN
HnotK?^ ton,sJ,_f thous:nds of tire-miles of precious
AaLv,hat w used UP ov the delegates to the ns
celled and replaced by anationaTwar'
elegat-
front, with
manner with the ballet receiving
the most satiristic treatment.
However, instead of proving of-
fensive to the masters of the
latter dance form, the Jack Cole
technique proves a little worri-
some. For as they admit, there
is nothing they can do that Cole
does not do better. There is no
question that though he makes
fun of a dance form he does so
with consummate skill and mas-
tery over the form. Cole him-
self says: "I can do those daftces
and so I can afford to be funny
about them," adding that "I
choose to dance this way not be-
cause I cannot dance any other
way."
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
rubber and thousands of gallons of gaso-
national campus convention of Aleph Zadik
w Hampshire, the convention has been can-
175 &legatesTTilgi,Uhttn^ With a"?ndance limited to
government oxVrtsTom^W^n'gto'n' ng Ihe^S ""^ "* ^ h
DffiaHeafland wSfSe^r^^P^^,^0^1 ds'rcctor of -creation in the Office of
tor of the youth sectiK^ Hanh ft Kaiser, direc-
head of the colleges and ,
ofCivilian Defense; and H
Production Board.
oH,1.^, War, SaVinfiS Staff of the Trelsury'DepartmenrWilbur Schr-
Horhoi T'ogr?.UpS Umtuf the Civilian Mobilization Branch of theC
Herbert L. Gutterson, chief of the General Salvage Section of the
ramm,
Office
age Section of the War
H0TES FROm I JEWISH
CITV EDITOR 5 DESK
From the Top of Your City Editor's Desk Comes This Collec-
tion of Notes. News and Nonsense. Gathered at
Random and Good for Laughs
u
News Notes
One of the newest posters will
use a still from the picture "Rio
By Dan Marcus
Soldiers, sailors and marines
in our armed forces will soon re-
ceive phonograph records through
the efforts of a new organization
known as the Records For Our
Fighting Men, Inc. Non-profit
making, the organization is corn-
devotion to
Rita showing Abbott and Cos- duty, a particularly considerate
tello talking to a jackass. The protection is extended. Jews
caption will read "Don't make a i sought after by the Gestapo find
jackass out of yourself by telling shelter in Greek homes; some
word of pra sc- "To the lows --------, *~s"".iiiuii is com-
who fought at our^^s^ ?=& =**?
bravery and
in Miami, Florida
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everything you know." Her-
man Mankiewitz who, together
with Orson Welles, wrote the
script of "Citizen Kane," is now
collaborating with George Kauf-
man and is good and happy
about it. For he himself can tell
stories of how he nearly went
mad working with temperamen-
tal writers. Once he protested to
one such writing partner who
turned on him surprised an said:
"Have I done anything to you?"
To which Mankiewitz replied:
"Here's what you've done to me."
He picked up the phone, called
his wife and told her to pack his
bag, he was leaving for a sani-
tarium. And then he added:
"Don't forget to packmy Napo-
lean hat. my picture of Josephine
and my bird seed" You mighl
want to know that our word
"haberdashery" stems from the
German. In the middle ages,
German peddlers would try to j
sell the wares in England calling
"Haber das" meaning "have this." |
In time the word was adopted
in the English and haberdashers
came to mean what it docs today.
There's a camp newspaper pub-
lished at Kodiak. Alaska, which
carries the motto: "Today's News
Two Weeks From Now."
Words of Praise
sleep in a different house every
night to escape detection."
Hear! Hear!
Watch for a new Hal Roach
short which will be called "Hit-
ler and the Devil" and will arouse
some controversy. This sort will
prove that Hitler is worse than
the devil and the story won't
even have to stretch a (Joint .
They say Laval no longer wears
the white tie that became as
famous a symbol as Chamber-
lain's umbrella. Perhaps because
it's too good a target Rob-
ert Best, the American-born
newspaperman who remained in
Germany to broadcast the Nazis,
has been mouthing the most vic-
ious anti-Roosevelt, anti-Semitic
propaganda over the air. He
started under the mystery title
"Guess Who?" but later an-
nounced his name.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
to place record libraries in camps,
posts and overseas bases of all
our armed forces and to keep
them supplied with new records
for the duration of the war.
Funds will be obtained by selling
old records to manufacturers.
It looks as if the tire shortage
has also cut into the music sec-
tion. The Berkshire music fes-
tival held every year at Tangle-
wood has been cancelled this
year because of the inaccessabil-
ity of the place without automo-
bile transportation. To compen-|
sate the musicians for the loss
of their annual engagement the
Boston Symphony will extend its
current "Pop" series until July.
And to compensate music lovers
the Berkshire Music Center wil
hold its customary six-week con-
cert session at Tanglewood de-
spite the cancellation of the an-
nual festival. Now playing in
New York, is one of the most
temperamental and talented of
the dance satirists of recent
yi ars. Jack Cole has for years
colored the news with stories of
las! minute refusals to dance
with dancers who couldn't follow
his intricate steps and musicians
who couldn't accompany him.
Where in another artist, such
temperament might be offensive.
Jack Cole's genius and sense of
LEGAL NOTICES
N'lTU'l-; IS IIKHKBY (JIVKN that
A. Brown is engaged in business un-
der tin- fictitious name of BROWN'S
FRIENDLY INN, 207-209 N. W. 1st
Am- Miami, Florida, and Intends tu
register said fictitious name In the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
A. BROWN
Sole Owner
MAX n. SII.VHP.
Attorney for Applicant
5/29 8/5-12-19-26
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Dade county, Florida
No. 12189
RE: ESTATE OP
HENRY H. LEVITCH
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
.Notice is hereby Riven that I have,
filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administrator,
C. T A. of the estate of Henry H.
Levltch deceased; and that on the
20th day of July. 1942, will apply to
the Honorable w. k. Wanton. County
Judge of Dade County, Klm-lda. for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator, C
T, A. of the estate of Henry H. Lev-
itch, deceased.
This 12th day Of June, 1942.
STANLEY B. LEVITCH
Administrator
HI RNETT ROTH
Attorney for Administrator. C. T. A,
6/12-19-26 7 3
TWO A.M. AND NOT
A NERVINE TABLET
IN THE HOUSE
adelphia where he will spend the
summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer
From a Greek paper published nave departed for their home in
in Egypt is culled this unique
story in the history of Christen-
dom: "For a certain festival dur-
ing last December or January
the Jews needed candles of pure
wax and wine. Pure wax has
vanished from the Greek market,
stripped bare by the predatory
invaders; even their Greek
friends could not find any to buy
for the Jews. So they concerted
themselves and decided to give
a few candles out of their own
churches. The priests concerned
must have been consulted and
given their assent. The wine
was also provided by the Greeks.
And to make these gift of friend-
ship more complete and intimate,
flowers were gathered and sent
to the Jews for the adornment
of the synagogue. The nobility,
the heroic saintliness of this ges-
ture, renders all possible com-
ment superfluous" From the
National Greek weekly "Hellas"
published in London comes this
theatre makes one accept his ec-
centricities. One story told il
how a few minutes before he was
due to dance on stage he ripped
his costume to pieces because he
didn't think it suited him. It
was only the tearful pleas and
frenzied efforts of his company
that persuaded him to wear the
costume fastened with a safety
pin.
Once again his part called for
him to wear a long platinum wig.
Kingston, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Back an-
nounce the birth of a son. The
bris was held Wednesday.
Joshua Lee is visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee.
Mrs. Cy Argintar was hostess
Do You Lie Awake Nights?
Jul I.LLIONS do. The worst of
' *it is, you never know when
a sleepless night is coming.
Why not be prepared?
DR. MILES
at the semi-monthly meeting of Rather than wear the wig he let Effervescent Nervine Tablets
his hair grow long, dyed it plat-| ui^ +_____._t ,
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at me semi-montniy meeting oi -'" ------- -r "- s = fcttervescent Nervine Tablets
the Beth Israel Sisterhood held {* ha'r grow iong dyed it plat- ,. to t h
tir.!------1 ;u. mum for that performance- anrl y .. 'ir*m*. "le "erves a*"*
Wednesday night.
Cy Schupler, son of Mr. and
: Mrs. Joe Schupler, has joined the
armed forces at Camp Blanding.
The weekly card party of Con-
gregation Beth El was held Sun-
day night at Scher hall. Hostesses
were Mrs. Al Wacksman and
Mrs. Fannie Ryder.
Eugene Argintar has left for
Gainesville where he will tako a
summer course at the University
of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dubbin
were the guests of Mr. Dubbin's
brother, Louis Dubbin of Miami,
Sunday.
! then shaved his hair off. He
(now wears a crew haircut for all
occasions. Mr. Cole's impatience
with the customs and his irrev-
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tions seeps over into and has
made successful his dance pre-
sentations. All dance forms
which he may use came in for
much of this irreverence and sa-
tirism and emerge bitingly hu-
morous and clever. For example
jitterbugging is successfully in-
corporated into a satire called
"Marriage of a Solid Sender."
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+Je*lsMcr/dian
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, i942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
Democracy or Republic?
"Our Government is a Repub-
lic, in contradistinction to a de-
mocracy, such as is now talked
about by the so-called 'liberals'
who are radicals at heart, who
are wolves in sheep's clothing.
"The 'liberals' include New
Deal adherents. Socialists. Com-
munists. Fascists. Catholics, who
seek to extend influence to the
state for the sake of the authority
of the Church, and Jews who
bear allegiance to a Jewish state
behind the lines of the national
lives ... If all the suggestions
of Socialists. Communists and
Jews who greatly make up the
New Deal could be put into ef-
fect, our republican form of gov-
ernment would be destroyed."
Are we quoting the German
short-wave broadcasts or the Na-
zi press? No. friends, this type
of Hitler propaganda still circu-
lates in the good old United
States even now when we are
locked in mortal combat with the
forces' of pagan Germany.
The above sentences are ex-
cerpts of a pamphlet mailed to
us from a mid-western city .
They issue under the auspices of
an organization using that much-
maligned word "Christian" in its
title (Remember the so-called
"Christian-Front?")
But a few days prior to our
receipt of this tripe, a stooge for
this "Christian" hate bureau was
talking to clerks in various Miami
stores, telling them that the Jews
had forced the United States into
World War II in order that they
might establish world-wide Com-
munism in the post-war period.
And this same agent, who now
has gone to another section of the
country, was counseling Gentiles
not to permit themselves to be in
the employ of Jewish merchants
... All this in June 1942. six
months after Pearl Harbor!
We cite these facts not in order
to alarm the Jewish community
. But merely to beat down
some of the talk we hear so often
which runs somewhat as follows:
I "Now that we're in the war the
| problems of anti-Semitism are
| completely solved Everyone
is all out for national unity
I Since we cannot have national
1 unity and still countenance anti-
Semitism, the latter has gone by
\ the boards in the natural course
| of event."
Would that it were so! Un-
fortunately. anti-Semitism still
, flourishes in some quarters, much
I of it subsidized by Nazi sources
I within our borders ... It be-
hooves Jews, as well as all other
I Americans, to be vigilant, to keep
I their eyes and ears open, and to
j report to the proper agencies any
| manifestations of anti-Semitism
I. Although Jews should not be
j calamity-howlers and should not
J nevelop neuroses and psychologi-
| cal deterioration because the dis-
ciples of hate still exist, it ill be-
hooves them to ignore the prob-
lems as many of them try to do.
Negro Gullibility
And still the agitation among
the negro population in various
! parts of the country continues .
| Gorman and Japanese propa-
I ganda find their reflection in the
j editorial columns and news stor-
, ies of the colored press ... In our
I own state, propaganda has been
spread in the northern sections
1... All of this repeats the Nazi
line that the present war is a
.struggle for the supremacy of the
superior races (which of course
. includes the negroes, when it
suits the propagandists' purpose.)
Many gullible negroes are con-
vinced that a Japanese victory
| means that the dark races will
rule the world Sounds rather
1 ridiculous to us. but wishful
thinking can be a powerful fac-
tor in spreading uneasiness
' among people Fortunately,
there are such negro educators
as Chandler Owens who devote
themselves to teaching their
people the value of democracy
, and telling them what will hap.
pen to the negro in event of an
allied defeat ... By very little
stretch of the imagination one
can picture the lot of the negro
in a country where the doctrine
of pure race and Aryan superior-
ity is entrenched.
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Mrs. Helaine Silver has set
aside one day of each week for
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She's doing a good job. too.
Add to the list of those who
feel the Nazi problem keenly
and want to do something about
it, the names of Harry Sootin.
Herbert Zwick and Fred Corn-
field These boys are members
of a fraternity of 14. the Sigma
Rho which en masse shortly will
become a second AZA chapter in
Miami.
Gut Shabbos!
MIAMI YOUTH WINS AWARD
IN BOOK REVIEW CONTEST
WashingtonMarvin Goldman
of Miami, was the winner of Dis-
trict Five. Book Reviewing Con-
test among the 1942 winners of
regional titles in American Jew-
ish youth's biggest nationally or-
ganized and sponsored cultural
programthe oratorical, debat-
ing and book-reviewing contests
of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai
Brith youth organization. They
will compete for national honors
at the war service conference at
the Congress Hotel in Chicago.
July 1st to 3rd.
The war service conference re-
places the 19th annual campus
convention which was to have
been held at the University of
New Hampshire but which was
cancelled as a war measure in
order to save the tens of thous-
ands of tire-miles of rubber and
the thousands of gallons of gaso-
line that would have been used
by delegates from 48 states.
The regional champions sur-
vived more than 325 local and
sectional contests in which 5.000
AZA boys in every part of the
United States and Canada par-
ticipated. Tournament subjects
were: Oratory. "America, a Sym-
phony of Peoples"; debating: "Re-
solved, that provision should be
made in the public schools of the
United States. by whatever
means necessary, for released
time for religious education":
book reviewing, any current book
of Jewish content or Jewish
theme.
FATHER'S DAY CONCERT FOR
SOLDIERS AT JEWISH CENTER
A Father's Day Concert, the
second of a series under the aus-
pices of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center at its auditorium. 1415
Euclid Avenue, will be given this
Sunday evening under the musi-
cal direction of Miss Ruth C.
Brotman. nationally known con-
certist. Miss Brotman. a lyric
coloratura soprano, was heard in
recitals in many important cities.
For this concert she has invited
the following artists to be associ-
ated with her; Maurice Mamches,
well-known tenor, who will ren-
der a selected program; Mrs.
Beatrice Weinstein will present
a Father's Day program of read-
ings; Irving Laibson. an out-
standing teach* r of piano, will
play; Miss Anyuto Melicov will
be the accompanist of the even-
ing. While these concerts are con-
ducted under the general super-
vision of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Army and Navy Committee
tor providing recreation for sol-
diers stationed in the Miami
Beach area, civilians accompanied
by soldiers will also be admitted.
Pieces of\Hate
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
assasinated. Among other things,
she has this to say in her letter:
"I am sure you will be interested
to know that I have been speak-
ing in many different cities and
raising hell about the commun-
ists in the government. I have
been getting results too. The fuss
I raised made the President get
rid of the Dutch Admiral who
lost our fleet to Java and the
British General. Wavell, who was
in entire command of our Army.
Now I am very anxious to speak
all over America for peace." She
continues, asking for the money
to be sent as quickly as possible
so that she can get before the
people in the various states be-
fore the primaries.

Pelley's northwest organizer
for the Silver Shirts, Orville
Roundtree, is once more carry-
ing on his anti-Jewish activity.
He has been speaking around
Portland, Oregon to small groups
who now call themselves the "Re-
search Club." It is our under-
standing that the original club
was disbanded and the Silver
Shirts have taken over.

On April 6th, 1942, a magazine
called the "Catholic Internation-
al" was organized, with directors
from Philadelphia, Chicago and
New York. Although ostensibly
devoted to religious subjects for
the enlightenment of the Catholic
laity, it bids fair to loom as a suc-
cessful instrumentality for the
promotion of American fascism.
It is as dangerous as "Social Jus-
tice." In its movie review of "Tor-
tilla Flat," the editor finds it
necessary to smear outstanding
humanitarians such as Emile Zola
and Benito Juarez, and in addi-
tion, referred to John Garfield as
the "he-man Marxist" (nee Gar-
finkel.) In its commentary, the
editors have this to say about
France; the country which saw
something wrong in the slogan of
Liberty, Equality and Frater-
nity;" the country which now of-
ficially promotes anti-Semitism;
the country where Jews now
wear the "yellow badge." "Now
we read in French newspapers,
which trickle through America,
that it is likely that a majority
of the total French population is
practicing the Catholic faith kn'i
it all glorious? France has los
her navy and regained her soul"

A group calling itself "Mothers
of Sons," made up of mothers
with sons in the Army. is pre
sently operating in Cincinnati'
Ohio. Actually, founders of the
group are persons who are ardent
disciples of Father Coughlin. Ham
Fish and similar "patriots." The
officials devote most of their
time to criticizing each and every
move made by the Administra-
tion. Sinister motives arc implied
to the sugar rationing and Wo-
men's Army Auxiliary Corps. Oc-
casionally they invite Army men
not aware of their true character
to speak before them. In a ques-
tion period, they always ask how
Walter Winchell received a com-
mission and why boys of 18 are
being considered for the Army.
They are working in cooperation
with a group in Hamilton, Ohio,
which, when organized, will be
called the "U. S. Selective Par-
ents Legion." As is characteristic
of these groups, high sounding
patriotic names are always ad-
opted to camouflage their dis-
ruptive activities.
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** PAGE SIX Jenist> Meridian FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 19 42 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Home Camp The 4th Annual Home Camp Session of the Y. M. H. A. commenced last Monday morning with an enrollment of fifty-one children. This is the largest enrollment on the opening day since the Home Camp idea was inaugurated. This enrollment will be greatly increased because there are many children who are presently attending summer school and who will come into camp as soon as their curriculum is completed. One of tin new features in the camp is the Study Of Hebrew for beginners. Through the courtesy of Rabbi Max Shapiro ol Beth David Conyrc.ua'.ion. Joseph Gadon. one of the outstanding Hers !ii tins community, will give a course in Hebrev for begini rs twice .. w i •. Many parents have asked us to enroll their children in this ci ursi. There are still a few vacancies in the Home Camp and those inted are asked to community it h the office at once, Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. to Have Installation A meeting of the installation committee was held this past wi < k and it was decided to have a joint installation of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. some time in July. Y. M. H. A. Inaugurates Summer Athletic Program The athletic committee of the Y. M. H. A., of which Frank Rose is chairman, held a meeting last Sunday morning and in cooperation with Dr I. H. Schwartz. athletic director at the "Y," a summer athletic program will be opened in cooperation with the Physical Fitness Committee ol the Dade County Defense Council. B ginning this Sunday morning. June 21. an inter-club Softball league will be formed at Riverside Park. All members of the Y. M. 11 A. are invited and asked to participate. In addition, the following program will be sponsor! d: Monday night, 3 o'clock, senior women, calisthenics, volleyball. Tuesday night. 8 o'clock, business men's class, calisthenics, physical fitness program, reducing. Wednesday night. 8 o'clock. Girls' Progressive Club, general atl-.li tn' program. Thursday night. 8 o'clock. Boy Scouts. Junior boys, gymnastic work. "Y" Diamondball Team Makes First Place in League By defeating the Boulevard Christians by a score of 16 to 8. ithe Y. M. H. A. Diamondball Team wins first place in the Service League of Dado County. The boys are playing wonderful ball and their clean sportsmanship is a credit to the Jewish community of Miami. They need encouragement and this can be made possible by everyone coming and rooting for the boys. Another Public Service For the fourth time, the "Y" iias been honored i y the Selective Si I vice Sj .-'• i.i o! D.icie County I. Board No. ti to aid ,n i. gistration i t all men born on or alter June 1. 1922 and on or f. n June 30, 1924. The dati of this registration will lake' place Tuesday, June MO. 1942. fi om T a. m. to i> p. m. Ail registrars who have previously assisted Mr. Grossman in this work are asked to be pres: %  i again to continue their charitable work in behalf of the i 1' S. A. From Irving Goldberg Private Irving Goldberg, for many years an active communal worker, writes in from Camp Shelby. Miss., to say hello to all of his friends. Irv is with the U. S. Army. Co. F. 337th Infantry. He's lonesome and a few cheery words from his friends would be indeed heartening. FEDERATION ANNUAL MEET WILL BE AN INNOVATION Unlike previous years, the 1942 annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, to be held Wednesday evening. July 8 at Beth David Talmud Torah. will be patterned after an official joint meeting of the Congress of the United States. A speaker of the house will officiate at the meeting and eight carefully selected experts will testify briefly in behalf of the more than two score agencies and services which receive financial support from the local Federation campaign. The audience. composing members of the senate and house of representatives, will be requested '<> cross examine from the floor the testimony of the experts. Important matters of state affecting the local Jewish community will be thrown open for discussion and formal action. There Will also he election ol senators (officers) and representatives (membi rs of the board) who will function during the ensuing year. Jewish Boy Seoul and Girl Scout troops will present the colors and serve as pages. The names of the speak, r of the house and the experts will be announced shortly by the program iik. lining committee, headed by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Leon Spit/. At a special ir.ee ting of the committee held this week. Mrs. Benjamin LaVme. general chairman, expressed gratification that tiie annual meeting has been arranged so as to make possible the participation of everyone in attendance. Shi' added that because of the novel manner in which the agenda will be presented, the meeting should prove both stimulating and productive. PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN BY WAR RELIEF KNITTING CLUB Robert Lurie Robert Lurie has been appointed director of B'nai B'rith's war service activities. A "Russian Night." sponsored by the S. W. Russian War Relief Knitting Club, will be held Sunlay night. June 21. at 7 o'clock, it the Beth David Congregation. Phyllis Sharon and Bobby Joseph will present a gala show consisting of talented entertain•is and featuring Sergeant Richard Charles, the world's youngest bugler and bugle soloist, only Seven years old. This youngstir has proven a sensation in appearances at the Wometco Theaters where he has currently been acclaimed at top-notch entertainer. "Russian Night" is one of a series of events which will celebrate June 22. the anniversary of the German invasion of Russia. This day has been proclaimed nationally as Aid to Russia Day. and by Governor Holland for the • tate of Florida. B'nai B'rith N o t e BY AL GREEN To Brothers Max Silver and Milton Friedman, your columnist wants to express his sincere appreciation for their fine pinchhitting during his absence from the column on account of a personal tragedy. Maxie and Milton you did a swell job and I am very grateful. Last Sunday, in services dedicated to the celebration of Flag Day at Flamingo Park. Miami Beach, the local B'nai B'rith i.odL'e cooperated with the Miami Beach F.Iks in sponsoring a very interesting program. Judge Vernon Hawthorne was the principal speaker, while Dr. Maurice Kline recited the history of the Flag. Music was provided by the Miami Beach High School band. Over 500 people and several hundred soldiers were stirred by this patriotic preii ntation, 'Ii:e highlight of the evening was the presentation to the winners of the essay contest staged in the schools under the sponsorship of B'nai B'rith for the best essay entitled "Our Flag and Our Country." There were over 1200 essays entered and the winners wire Dennis Allegretti. Dorothy Nuckowitz, and Elaine Bass, all of Miami Beach. A lot of credit should go to the B'nai B'rith Americanization Committee, headed by Brother Nat Roth, for their fine work in making this program a most successful one. TILE FLOORING 10c Square Foot Up Wall Tiles 20c Sq. Ft. Up MARTIN TILES 7760 N. E. 4th Ct.. Phone 7-3667 for SAFETY... and Liberal R eturns Place Your Funds In IA1I>E FEIIEILVL OF MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid less than 3 on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER S6.000.000 J. M. LIPTON. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 1942 JEWS RESTORED TO CITIZENSHIP BY POLISH POWERS London (WNS)—Acting on a motion by Dr. Ignacy Schwartz. bart. one of its two Jewish members, the exiled Polish National Council voted this week to restore full citizenship to Polish Jews who had been denationalized by the anti-Semitic Polish government before the present war. In effect, the action invalidates most of the anti-Semitic decrees promulgated by the pre-war antiJewish regime. At the same time, the Polish National Council voted to issue new citizenship papers to approximately 2.000 Polish Jews, now interned in un-[ occupied France, who had lost their documents in the flight from Poland. The National Council rejected, however, a motion to issue visas to these 2.000 Jews. In a radio broadcast to the Polish people, Premier Gtn. Sikorski called attention to the fate of the "tens of thousands of Jews who have been massacred ;n Lublin. Wilno, Lwow. Stanislew and Miechow during the past year." He promised that the Nazi executions and atrocities in Poland would be reported in a formal note to all Allied and neutral governments. Describing the plight of Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland, the Polish premier stated that Polish Jews are "being starved to death in the ghettos; mass executions are common and even those suffering from typhus are shot." He expressed the belief that only a United States announcement of post-war retribution against the Nazis could halt "the rising tide Of madness of the German assassins and save hundreds of innocent victims from certain death." "Jewisti ftcrldUan ^S^fH^r !" *** 0 YOUTH S HOME raONT ROLE AT THE NAL WAR SERVICE CONFERENCE OF B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION PAGE SEVEN HnotK?^ ton s J ,_ f thous: nds of tire-miles of precious AALV, hat w< i uld > used U P ov the delegates to the ns celled and replaced by anationaTwar' elegatfront, with manner with the ballet receiving the most satiristic treatment. However, instead of proving offensive to the masters of the latter dance form, the Jack Cole technique proves a little worrisome. For as they admit, there is nothing they can do that Cole does not do better. There is no question that though he makes fun of a dance form he does so with consummate skill and mastery over the form. Cole himself says: "I can do those daftces and so I can afford to be funny about them," adding that "I choose to dance this way not because I cannot dance any other way." Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. rubber and thousands of gallons of gasonational campus convention of Aleph Zadik w Hampshire, the convention has been can175 &legatesTTilgi,Uhttn^ With a "?ndance limited to government oxVrtsTom^W^n'gto'n' ng Ihe^S ""^ "* ^ h !" Dffi a Heaf£ l and wSfSe^r^^P^^,^ 0 ^ 1 d s rcctor of -creation in the Office of tor of the youth sectiK^ Han !" h ft Kaiser, direchead of the colleges and „, ofCivilian Defense; and H Production Board. oH, 1 .^, War SaVinfiS Staff of the Trelsury'DepartmenrWilbur SchrHorhoi T'o gr ?. UpS Umt u f the Civilian Mobilization Branch of theC Herbert L. Gutterson, chief of the General Salvage Section of the ramm, Office age Section of the War H0TES FROm I JEWISH CITV EDITOR 5 DESK From the Top of Your City Editor's Desk Comes This Collection of Notes. News and Nonsense. Gathered at Random and Good for Laughs u News Notes One of the newest posters will use a still from the picture "Rio By Dan Marcus Soldiers, sailors and marines in our armed forces will soon receive phonograph records through the efforts of a new organization known as the Records For Our Fighting Men, Inc. Non-profit making, the organization is corndevotion to Rita showing Abbott and Cos. duty, a particularly considerate tello talking to a jackass. The protection is extended. Jews caption will read "Don't make a i sought after by the Gestapo find jackass out of yourself by telling shelter in Greek homes; some word of pra sc"To the lows *~S"".IIIUII is comwho fought at our^^s^ ££?=& =**? bravery and in Miami, Florida .„ % % %  SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN 1928 APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere For Rest, Convalescent. Chronic nd Acute Medical Cases Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff. Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapy. Four Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W. ELLIS. Pres. J W PL.VTIN. M D Med. Dlr. 115 S. W. Nth Court. Miami. Florida with YOU, Too, CAN $MK U-BOATS Bu< %  ttwttd State War Savings Bond* {.Stamps L. S. Treasury Dfpllitmriil WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery "00 N. W. 32nd Street everything you know." Herman Mankiewitz who, together with Orson Welles, wrote the script of "Citizen Kane," is now collaborating with George Kaufman and is good and happy about it. For he himself can tell stories of how he nearly went mad working with temperamental writers. Once he protested to one such writing partner who turned on him surprised an said: "Have I done anything to you?" To which Mankiewitz replied: "Here's what you've done to me." He picked up the phone, called his wife and told her to pack his bag, he was leaving for a sanitarium. And then he added: "Don't forget to pack—my Napolean hat. my picture of Josephine and my bird seed" You mighl want to know that our word "haberdashery" stems from the German. In the middle ages, German peddlers would try to j sell the wares in England calling "Haber das" meaning "have this." | In time the word was adopted in the English and haberdashers came to mean what it docs today. There's a camp newspaper published at Kodiak. Alaska, which carries the motto: "Today's News Two Weeks From Now." Words of Praise sleep in a different house every night to escape detection." Hear! Hear! Watch for a new Hal Roach short which will be called "Hitler and the Devil" and will arouse some controversy. This sort will prove that Hitler is worse than the devil and the story won't even have to stretch a (Joint They say Laval no longer wears the white tie that became as famous a symbol as Chamberlain's umbrella. Perhaps because it's too good a target Robert Best, the American-born newspaperman who remained in Germany to broadcast the Nazis, has been mouthing the most vicious anti-Roosevelt, anti-Semitic propaganda over the air. He started under the mystery title "Guess Who?" but later announced his name. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative to place record libraries in camps, posts and overseas bases of all our armed forces and to keep them supplied with new records for the duration of the war. Funds will be obtained by selling old records to manufacturers. It looks as if the tire shortage has also cut into the music section. The Berkshire music festival held every year at Tanglewood has been cancelled this year because of the inaccessability of the place without automobile transportation. To compen-| sate the musicians for the loss of their annual engagement the Boston Symphony will extend its current "Pop" series until July. And to compensate music lovers the Berkshire Music Center wil hold its customary six-week concert session at Tanglewood despite the cancellation of the annual festival. Now playing in New York, is one of the most temperamental and talented of the dance satirists of recent yi ars. Jack Cole has for years colored the news with stories of las! minute refusals to dance with dancers who couldn't follow his intricate steps and musicians who couldn't accompany him. Where in another artist, such temperament might be offensive. Jack Cole's genius and sense of LEG A L NOTICES N'lTU'l-; IS IIKHKBY (JIVKN that A. Brown is engaged in business under tinfictitious name of BROWN'S FRIENDLY INN, 207-209 N. W. 1st AM. Miami, Florida, and Intends tu register said fictitious name In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. A. BROWN Sole Owner MAX n. SII.VHP. Attorney for Applicant 5/29 8/5-12-19-26 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Dade county, Florida No. 12189 RE: ESTATE OP HENRY H. LEVITCH Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE .Notice is hereby Riven that I have, filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator, C. T A. of the estate of Henry H. Levltch deceased; and that on the 20th day of July. 1942, will apply to the Honorable w. K. Wanton. County Judge of Dade County, Klm-lda. for approval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator, C T, A. of the estate of Henry H. Levitch, deceased. This 12th day Of June, 1942. STANLEY B. LEVITCH Administrator HI RNETT ROTH Attorney for Administrator. C. T. A, 6/12-19-26 7 3 TWO A.M. AND NOT A NERVINE TABLET IN THE HOUSE adelphia where he will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer From a Greek paper published nave departed for their home in in Egypt is culled this unique story in the history of Christendom: "For a certain festival during last December or January the Jews needed candles of pure wax and wine. Pure wax has vanished from the Greek market, stripped bare by the predatory invaders; even their Greek friends could not find any to buy for the Jews. So they concerted themselves and decided to give a few candles out of their own churches. The priests concerned must have been consulted and given their assent. The wine was also provided by the Greeks. And to make these gift£ of friendship more complete and intimate, flowers were gathered and sent to the Jews for the adornment of the synagogue. The nobility, the heroic saintliness of this gesture, renders all possible comment superfluous" From the National Greek weekly "Hellas" published in London comes this „ theatre makes one accept his eccentricities. One story told il how a few minutes before he was due to dance on stage he ripped his costume to pieces because he didn't think it suited him. It was only the tearful pleas and frenzied efforts of his company that persuaded him to wear the costume fastened with a safety pin. Once again his part called for him to wear a long platinum wig. Kingston, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Back announce the birth of a son. The bris was held Wednesday. Joshua Lee is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee. Mrs. Cy Argintar was hostess Do You Lie Awake Nights? Jul I.LLIONS do. The worst of *it is, you never know when a sleepless night is coming. Why not be prepared? DR. MILES at the semi-monthly meeting of Rather than wear the wig he let Effervescent Nervine Tablets his hair grow long, dyed it plat-| u „i^ + ._ t inum for that performance and CAHTSLtEP at me semi-montniy meeting oi !" -'" -r— %  "—s %  = fcttervescent Nervine Tablets the Beth Israel Sisterhood held {* ha r grow i on g dyed it plat,. to t h tir„.! 1„„ „;„u. mum for that performanceanrl y .. i r* m *. le erves a*"* Wednesday night. Cy Schupler, son of Mr. and : Mrs. Joe Schupler, has joined the armed forces at Camp Blanding. The weekly card party of Congregation Beth El was held Sunday night at Scher hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Al Wacksman and Mrs. Fannie Ryder. Eugene Argintar has left for Gainesville where he will tako a summer course at the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dubbin were the guests of Mr. Dubbin's brother, Louis Dubbin of Miami, Sunday. then shaved his hair off. He (now wears a crew haircut for all occasions. Mr. Cole's impatience with the customs and his irreverant attitude towards the traditions seeps over into and has made successful his dance presentations. All dance forms which he may use came in for much of this irreverence and satirism and emerge bitingly humorous and clever. For example jitterbugging is successfully incorporated into a satire called "Marriage of a Solid Sender." The rhumba, East Indian hastas are all polished off in a similar permit refreshing sleep. Stop in at the drug store today and get a package. Try Dr. Miles Nervine Tablets for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Nervous Headache, Excitability, Nervous Irritability. 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PAGE EIGHT +Je*lsMcr/dian FRIDAY, JUNE 19, i 942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman Democracy or Republic? "Our Government is a Republic, in contradistinction to a democracy, such as is now talked about by the so-called 'liberals' who are radicals at heart, who are wolves in sheep's clothing. "The 'liberals' include New Deal adherents. Socialists. Communists. Fascists. Catholics, who seek to extend influence to the state for the sake of the authority of the Church, and Jews who bear allegiance to a Jewish state behind the lines of the national lives ... If all the suggestions of Socialists. Communists and Jews who greatly make up the New Deal could be put into effect, our republican form of government would be destroyed." Are we quoting the German short-wave broadcasts or the Nazi press? No. friends, this type of Hitler propaganda still circulates in the good old United States even now when we are locked in mortal combat with the forces' of pagan Germany. The above sentences are excerpts of a pamphlet mailed to us from a mid-western city They issue under the auspices of an organization using that muchmaligned word "Christian" in its title (Remember the so-called "Christian-Front?") But a few days prior to our receipt of this tripe, a stooge for this "Christian" hate bureau was talking to clerks in various Miami stores, telling them that the Jews had forced the United States into World War II in order that they might establish world-wide Communism in the post-war period. And this same agent, who now has gone to another section of the country, was counseling Gentiles not to permit themselves to be in the employ of Jewish merchants ... All this in June 1942. six months after Pearl Harbor! We cite these facts not in order to alarm the Jewish community But merely to beat down some of the talk we hear so often which runs somewhat as follows: I "Now that we're in the war the | problems of anti-Semitism are | completely solved Everyone is all out for national unity • I Since we cannot have national 1 unity and still countenance antiSemitism, the latter has gone by \ the boards in the natural course | of event." Would that it were so! Unfortunately. anti-Semitism still flourishes in some quarters, much I of it subsidized by Nazi sources I within our borders ... It behooves Jews, as well as all other I Americans, to be vigilant, to keep I their eyes and ears open, and to j report to the proper agencies any | manifestations of anti-Semitism I. Although Jews should not be j calamity-howlers and should not J nevelop neuroses and psychologi| cal deterioration because the disciples of hate still exist, it ill behooves them to ignore the problems as many of them try to do. Negro Gullibility And still the agitation among the negro population in various parts of the country continues | Gorman and Japanese propaI ganda find their reflection in the j editorial columns and news stor, ies of the colored press ... In our I own state, propaganda has been spread in the northern sections 1 All of this repeats the Nazi line that the present war is a .struggle for the supremacy of the superior races (which of course includes the negroes, when it suits the propagandists' purpose.) Many gullible negroes are convinced that a Japanese victory | means that the dark races will rule the world Sounds rather 1 ridiculous to us. but wishful thinking can be a powerful factor in spreading uneasiness among people Fortunately, there are such negro educators as Chandler Owens who devote themselves to teaching their people the value of democracy and telling them what will hap. pen to the negro in event of an allied defeat ... By very little stretch of the imagination one can picture the lot of the negro in a country where the doctrine of pure race and Aryan superiority is entrenched. Helping Hands Mrs. Helaine Silver has set aside one day of each week for UNCLE SMI NEEDS YOUR HEALTH M BATHE AND FEAY AT *; HOT SPRINGS iM& NATIONAL PARK-ARKANSAS ;\.^ Play yoyr port in America** Vic'ory Program by protecting and increasing your energy, vigor and health. Relax at this famous health spa, in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. All sports and recreations; two beautiful lakes with moro than three hundred thrilling miles of picturesque shoreline. The Majestic provide! unusually fine accommodations, from single rooms lo 2, 3, and 4-room apartments for light housekeeping. Government supervised bathhouse in hotel *. fNiCn C. EMMETT KARSTON. MM 9 r EASTMAN ^MAJESTIC HOTEL AND BATHS j\ HOTEL • APARTMENTS • BATHS Th* Eailman Holel in ttw ipociouuwu of i't own privet* park...orfort txcslUnf roomi c onvninlly clow lo •verythineCovsrnmsnl mpf vd bowihouM unaW torn* reel. WALIU t DAVIS. I work in the office of the ADL She's doing a good job. too. Add to the list of those who feel the Nazi problem keenly and want to do something about it, the names of Harry Sootin. Herbert Zwick and Fred Cornfield These boys are members of a fraternity of 14. the Sigma Rho which en masse shortly will become a second AZA chapter in Miami. Gut Shabbos! MIAMI YOUTH WINS AWARD IN BOOK REVIEW CONTEST Washington—Marvin Goldman of Miami, was the winner of District Five. Book Reviewing Contest among the 1942 winners of regional titles in American Jewish youth's biggest nationally organized and sponsored cultural program—the oratorical, debating and book-reviewing contests of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai Brith youth organization. They will compete for national honors at the war service conference at the Congress Hotel in Chicago. July 1st to 3rd. The war service conference replaces the 19th annual campus convention which was to have been held at the University of New Hampshire but which was cancelled as a war measure in order to save the tens of thousands of tire-miles of rubber and the thousands of gallons of gasoline that would have been used by delegates from 48 states. The regional champions survived more than 325 local and sectional contests in which 5.000 AZA boys in every part of the United States and Canada participated. Tournament subjects were: Oratory. "America, a Symphony of Peoples"; debating: "Resolved, that provision should be made in the public schools of the United States. by whatever means necessary, for released time for religious education": book reviewing, any current book of Jewish content or Jewish theme. FATHER'S DAY CONCERT FOR SOLDIERS AT JEWISH CENTER A Father's Day Concert, the second of a series under the auspices of the Miami Beach Jewish Center at its auditorium. 1415 Euclid Avenue, will be given this Sunday evening under the musical direction of Miss Ruth C. Brotman. nationally known concertist. Miss Brotman. a lyric coloratura soprano, was heard in recitals in many important cities. For this concert she has invited the following artists to be associated with her; Maurice Mamches, well-known tenor, who will render a selected program; Mrs. Beatrice Weinstein will present a Father's Day program of readings; Irving Laibson. an outstanding teach* r of piano, will play; Miss Anyuto Melicov will be the accompanist of the evening. While these concerts are conducted under the general supervision of the Greater Miami Jewish Army and Navy Committee tor providing recreation for soldiers stationed in the Miami Beach area, civilians accompanied by soldiers will also be admitted. Pieces of\Hate (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) assasinated. Among other things, she has this to say in her letter: "I am sure you will be interested to know that I have been speaking in many different cities and raising hell about the communists in the government. I have been getting results too. The fuss I raised made the President get rid of the Dutch Admiral who lost our fleet to Java and the British General. Wavell, who was in entire command of our Army. Now I am very anxious to speak all over America for peace." She continues, asking for the money to be sent as quickly as possible so that she can get before the people in the various states before the primaries. • • • Pelley's northwest organizer for the Silver Shirts, Orville Roundtree, is once more carrying on his anti-Jewish activity. He has been speaking around Portland, Oregon to small groups who now call themselves the "Research Club." It is our understanding that the original club was disbanded and the Silver Shirts have taken over. • • • On April 6th, 1942, a magazine called the "Catholic International" was organized, with directors from Philadelphia, Chicago and New York. Although ostensibly devoted to religious subjects for the enlightenment of the Catholic laity, it bids fair to loom as a successful instrumentality for the promotion of American fascism. It is as dangerous as "Social Justice." In its movie review of "Tortilla Flat," the editor finds it necessary to smear outstanding humanitarians such as Emile Zola and Benito Juarez, and in addition, referred to John Garfield as the "he-man Marxist" (nee Garfinkel.) In its commentary, the editors have this to say about France; the country which saw something wrong in the slogan of •Liberty, Equality and Fraternity;" the country which now officially promotes anti-Semitism; the country where Jews now wear the "yellow badge." "Now we read in French newspapers, which trickle through America, that it is likely that a majority of the total French population is practicing the Catholic faith kn'i it all glorious? France has l os her navy and regained her soul" • • • A group calling itself "Mothers of Sons," made up of mothers with sons in the Army. i s pre sently operating in Cincinnati' Ohio. Actually, founders of the group are persons who are ardent disciples of Father Coughlin. Ham Fish and similar "patriots." The officials devote most of their time to criticizing each and every move made by the Administration. Sinister motives arc implied to the sugar rationing and Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Occasionally they invite Army men not aware of their true character to speak before them. In a question period, they always ask how Walter Winchell received a commission and why boys of 18 are being considered for the Army. They are working in cooperation with a group in Hamilton, Ohio, which, when organized, will be called the "U. S. Selective Parents Legion." As is characteristic of these groups, high sounding patriotic names are always adopted to camouflage their disruptive activities. WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 2-2462 We Call for and Deliver Orders 172 N. W. lit Street RAPID ADVANCEMENT for High School Graduates Phone or Write tor Bulletin No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-4859 Miami. Forida BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 1942-"P0' FOLKS" VACATION HEADQUARTERS 1942 Take a Two-Week Land Cruise, Including; Transportation and Hotel Room Accommodations, via Streamlined Train to Riviera Hotel and Return for only $55.00 FLORIDA'S NEWEST, FINEST, and LARGEST ALL-YEAR HOTEL. Computed Jmmmarg. 1941 ORGANIZATIONS SPONSOR SERVICE MEN'S RECREATION •OO tOOMS ROM Direction. SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC.H. Cr.dy Manning. Found** The Beth Jacob's Service Men's Recreation Hall. 311 Washington Avenue. Miair.i Beach, is sponsored by eight organizations, who function nightly. In charge are: Sunday, the Business and Professional Hadassah; Monday. Beth Jacob Sisterhood Mizrachi Women; Tuesday. American Jewish Council; Wednesday. Pioneer Women and American Women's Home Defense; Thursday. Women at large; Friday, not open; Saturday. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. The women of these organizations are putting forth much effort in supplying cultural entertainment, recreation and refreshments for the service men. —Buy War Savings Bonds THE RIVIERA HOTEL BAR AND GRILL Near Daytona Beach, Florida. 'Where the Tropic* Begin" Convention and Conference Headquarters the Tear Round. Capacity 350 Guests. Private Bath, Radio and Electric ran In Every Room. Cocktail Lounge. Bar and Grill. — 3 meals dally per P er8on from $1.30. Qolt Links. Artesian Swimming Pool with Sana Beach. 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;J> PAGE TWO +Jelsbfk>rkHan FRIDAY. JUNE 19. Social Personals • • Clubs • • Organizations Mr. and Mrs. William Pallot juinounce the birth of a son Tuesday at Victoria Hospital. MARRIAGES Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mickey Flacks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fred Phillips, to Milton H. Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenberg. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. The couple will reside here. ORGANIZATIONS A get-together meeting of the Beth Sholem Center of North Beach will be held Saturday evening. June 20th. at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Albert B. Rosenstem. 2300 Alton Road. • • • Ruth Brotman. soprano, who was heard with the U. S. Army Band at the officers' dinner, held at the Roney Plaza Hotel June 16th. will repeat the program Thursday. June 25 at Flamingo Park. Miss Brotman will also be heard in musical comedy duets and a group of Russian songs at the Russian Bear. June 28. when PERSONALS Announcement is being made i, benefit for the Russian War Reof the marriage of Miss Florence i lief will be given, at which time Genet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the honor guest will be General Harry Genet, to Dr. Ralph R. IWooten, On June 21. Father's Coleman. The ceremony was an | Day. under the auspices of the event of June 7th with Rabbi | Miami Beach Jewish Center. Moses Mescheloff officiating. The, Miss Brotman will arrange a mucouplc will reside in Charlotte sical program for service men. at N. C. • • • Miss Florence Fell, daughter of Adolph Fell, was married June 10th to Melvin Levy. They will live in St. Paul. Minn. —Buy War Bonds Today— RUBBER NUMBER 1 WAR NEED Scrap Tires and Tubes and all other kinds oi rubber WE PAY lc PER LB. Phone. Wire. Write or Call From Anywhere in Florida MOE'S RUBBER WASTE 3313 Northwest N. River Dr. PHONE 8-1612 which time the following artists will participate: Irving Laibson, pianist; Ruth Brotman. soprano: Aviation Cadet Louis Urczinski. violinist, accompanied by Charles Richard, pianist, accompanist of the famous tenor. Laurita Melchior: Beatrice Weinstcin. "Mission to Moscow"; Maurice Mamches, tenor; Anyuta Melicov. pianist: Shirley Mintz. incidental music. DEATHS Isaac Scholnick, long time resident, passed away Saturday evening. Funeral services were held Tuesday with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Montreal (WNS) — High trib: lite was paid to the Jewish people who have "never lost heart despite extreme suffering" by PrinI cess Alice at a luncheon meeting I of the Montreal Council of Hadassah held here this week. ABeAi S. Ro-ientAai, &.&.:/>. announces the removal of his offices to 540-41 duPont Building Telephone 2-4819 Dr. and Mrs. Leo Kupper will 'leave Monday for a vacation in New York. • • • J. J. Rawlson left Wednesday for a month's vacation in Hot Springs. Ark. • • • Harry Saffer returned to the city alter a lour week trip throiiL • • • Mrs. B. Ki::::i:' and Son left for Detroit. Mich., when they will \: it : ; arents. • • • Estlier Berlant ace mpanied by her sister Rose, left for a month's sojourn in Nt w V i k • • • Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaj have been visiting in Jack.-' nville and Savannah and will return to the city on June 24' • • • William Pallot has ;• his commission ::'. thi States naval forces nsign He will leave shortly : r It N. Y. to attend C( rnell University. • • • Samuel Gurss. accompany his daughter. Mrs. Robert Bergeron, will join Mrs. Gurss at their summer home in Avon Lake. Ohio. Mr. Gurss will return to the city August 1. while Mrs. Gruss will join him October 15th. J.D.C. Official on Relief Mission in Frane Miss Sylvia Geringer Newly elected president. Miami Unit. Junior Hadassah. She was installed at a banquet together with other officers last Monday evening. \l hen Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (fourth from the left), European Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee and one of the few remaining American relief officials in Europe, visited Marseille recently to note conditions at first-hand, representative Jewish relief leaders in France bade him goodbye nR he departed for his post in Lisbon. Shown with Dr. Schwartz are (I. to r.) Jules Jefroykin, director of the J.D.C office in Marseille; Dr. I.i/.ir.Gourevitch of ihe Ose, medical and child care agency supported by the J.D.C; Albert Levy of the Comite d'Assislanee aux Refugies which supports IS.000 non-interned refugees in unoccupied France, and Dr. Joseph Weil, representative of the Ose in the Camp Commission which is aiding 16.000 interned refugees. All of these agencies receive the bulk of their funds from the Joint Distribution Committee. Dr. Schwartz's report of increased needs among the 60.000 refugees in unoccupied France resulted in an increase in The Joint Distribution Committee's allotment from $60,000 to $75,000 monthly. TOWER S. W. 8th St. at 15th Free Parking Cont. 2 to 11 p. m. STARTS SATURDAY NITE 6 P. M. JUNE 20th JEAN GABIN SENSATIONAL—IN HIS FIRST AMERICAN PICTURE "MOONTIDE" WITH IDA LUPINO — THOS. MITCHELL EXTRA: "More About India" — in "March of Time" *1& *&3&K%2E":'rM aT*P ; mm NASSAU STRAW HATS are cool to wear with Summer Cottons Woven from coconut fibers by skilled natives. Light, cool and comfortable for warm weather. Polka dot, draped ribbon or combination trims. Wear back on head. MIAMI STORE, BUDGET HATS, FOURTH FLOOR appliances must do more ... lasl longer. Your Sunshine Service organization is eager to help you get the most from your electric service and equipment. Please call on us. 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PAGE FOUR 9-Jewistfkrid^ifi FRIDAY, JUNE 19, i 942 rrivA nWQV O lUUJ .,i last week One shouldn't, of course, give away a JrJ ^ still —but we may reveal that this energetic and prolific wn ^ sunny side of thirty-five Felicitations aW> f T^ oB Mri on the marriage of his daughter, Dora, to w on the ben Avi on tne marriage Pollard of East Orange, N. J.



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feJewiislh Florid tin w VOLUME 15—No. 25 C OMBMNG Yihe Jiewiislh VmBlty *9 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS Pieces of Hate by RICHARD E. GUTSTADT National Director of the AntiDelamation League of B'nai B'rith BER SALVAGE Y M. H. A. Program To Include Beach Home Camp For the first time in the history of the Greater Miami Jewish Community, a Home Camp will be sponsored by the Y. M. Leaders of the rubber salvage H. A. at Miami Beach. With the campaign here issued a call for j assistance of the Greater Miami at least 2.000.000 pounds of scrap Jewish Federation, the Y. M. H. rubber instead of the 803,217-1 A. will conduct the Camp at 1849 pound quota assigned as this com-1 James Avenue, Miami Beach, bemunity's share of the nationginning Monday, July 6, for a wide drive for the vital war maperiod ending Friday, August 21. terial. A Miami Beach Home Camp In line with recommendations I committee working on this profrom President Roosevelt, every ject for the past several weeks filling station in the area is servwas composed of Joseph M. Rose, ing as a collection station, paying one cent a pound for scrap rubber of any description. Officials of Wometco Theaters, Inc., told the meeting they will award S2S2.50 in war bonds and stamps to boys and girls for collecting rubber. Moe's scrap yard, 3313 N. W. North River Drive, reported that the Tuesday collection there amounted to 32,000 pounds to add to the 300,000 pounds that were already on hand, with collections mounting daily. The following list of things made of or containing rubber is not intended to be exhaustive, but is offered rather as a list of general suggestions regarding some of the scrap rubber supplies that may be found in average places: chairman, assisted by Rabbis Moses Mescheloff, Samuel Bension, Leon Spitz, Mrs. Benjamin nouneed shortly." Bronston, Joseph I. Lipton. Nat Hankoff, M. B. Frank, and Harry Sirkin. The program at the Beach will be similar to that conducted by the Y. M. H. A. at its own Camp for the past three years. Morris Klass. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., have been formulating the program. Registrations will take place the week of June 29 at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center and the Beth Jacob Synagogue. Further plans will be anT YIELD PALESTINE TO U. S. REFUGEES JEWS IN WARSAW CREATED E JOBS London (WNS) — Pro-Zionist Lord Wedgwood rose from a sick bed this week to repeat his demand that Great Britain turn over its Palestine mandate to the United States. Lord Wedgwood, raiding the script of his broadcast, which was denounced by Viscount Cranborne, British Colonial Secretary, as "an incitement to civil war in Palestine." demanded that the British government immediately take steps to recruit a Jewish military force from among refugees who had escaped from The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith has observed varI ious signs which indicate that aside from the fact that fascist activity still continues despite the war, definite plans are being made to educate and indoctrinate the American people to the fascist ideology when the peace is made. Joe McWilliams, presently in Chica. go, is lecturing for the "Midwest Monetary Federation," giving three classes u week to a total attendance of approximate 75 people. They come from different neighborhoods and communities in and around Chicago, and they are being coached in the art of public speaking in the hope of preparing them to assume leadership at the proper time. Now we learn that Father Hitlerism, to establish a home : c u 8 h '' n far from being guard in Palestine, and to arm squelched, intends to open a higfi and train the Jewish volunteers, school for boys next September, "now ignominously serving in the Th e school will train boys for Pioneer Corps. %  post-war service. Spanish will bt' The pro-Zionist bitterly denied i f, eompUlS ry sub J cet as wel1 as the charge that he was inciting the hlstor y. geography, industry violence in Palestine and reiterand a g ricul ture of South Ameriated his contention that the PalCa Geneva (WNS)—Since the Nazi invasion of Poland, Nazi authorities have confiscated and transported to Germany approximately $150,000,000 worth of Jewish property, according to anti-Nazi Aprons, ash trays, ato] papers published secretly in Pol] estine administration was biased against the Jews. • • • Charles A. McLain, who forNcw York (WNS)-The influx | ~ Lord Cranborne, rejecting his mer, y directed musical program* of refugees to this country smce co ii ea g U e's three-point oroeram for fascist meetings in and around rise to power in 1933 the Nazi characterized as "fantastic" LordI, t hc East Coast has organized a has created jobs for American | Wedgwood's allegation that offigrou P ca in i,se the "Amerjcitizens it was reported by the (cia)s of the Colonial office and I can Society for the Preservation Bitter bulbs, auto pedal covers, baby pants, balls, bandages. bands, baseball centers, bathing caps and suits, bell buttons, belts, brooms, brush handles, bumpers, buttons, combs, containers, conveyor parts, clothes hanger coverings, covers, cushions, dogs' rubber bones and dishes, electrical goods, eraser stubs, fan and. copies of which arrived here this week*. The anti-Nazi papers reported that this estimate includes machines, clothing, jewelry, foodstuff and merchandise. It was emphasized that the figure of S150.000.000 does not include homes, land, factories and stores Palestine administration were a Kings Crown Press of Columbia University in their recently published report of "Refugees at Work." The report pointed out that refugees in transplanting their skills have caused the employing of citizens in new trades. The study which was originally I Palestine problem." suggested by Mrs. Roosevelt \ bears a preface written by her j in which she declared: "I hope; of Sacred and Patriotic Music." "sinister gang of Fascists." He Charlotte Young, former head of implied that the establishment of ne .^'-Semitic "Paul Revere a Jewish military force in Palestine might "which can Sentinels" and the Rev. Edward lead to civil war £ roph ardent dis c>Ple of Father hardly be regarded Cou 8 n,ln "* secretary and treaas a satisfactory solution of the formerly owned by Jews and I this study will be widely read so : sw a ,.r f g ( S me tyP !5 ) J J fly Since ••Aryanized" by the invadthat it may allay fears of those Itov£ %  K^K n" P !" S ; g '[ d • e !" I wh art now mak ing it more difr". '' baI s he ^ ls ; ho f e j According to another report rericult for the refugees to make a hnttL • w ,• •. u l Wat r "ived here this week. Gestapo J real contribution to their new To I, ^ r hC ? gad ': agents in Poland recently exehomes, through fear of competigets, lastex, mats, medical supPlies, pads, phonograph parts. nk !: M S r u ai ? atS ui! nd h atV J ew S in the ghettos to send letate* rubber boats, rubber boots. tcrs m „ to thcir rc | ativcs rubber cement (hardened), runI cuted six Jewish policemen on the charge that they had aided tion when there may lag in employment." be a new s KILLINGS OP JEWS FOR ALLIED RAIOS "ing board strips, sheeting, shoe soles, silencers, sneakers, sponges, stoir treads, stamps, stoppers, •ips from door stops, tires, tool handks. toys, tubing, typewriter key covers, washers, weather stripping window cleaning '. windshield wiper blades. illegally abroad. Three Jewish policemen were executed in Warsaw, two in Kielce and one in Radom. HUNGARY TIGHTENS THEIR ANTI-JEWISH LEGISLATION NAZIS DESTROY MOVIE FILM BECAUSE STAR IS JEWISH Geneva (WNS) — Anti-Semitic decrees, designed to eliminate loopholes in Hungary's anti-Jewish legislation, were ordered by the Hungarian Parliament which decreed the expulsion of all Jews Stockholm (WNS)—Nazi auSalvaged rubber should bed£ thorities have ordered the Tobis from the armed forces. The anPosited or sold at your nearest Company to destroy a recently-' nouncement of this decree which "Uing station to save time tires completed film, made at the cost' provides that Jews expelled from and energy. All this rubber of 2.000.000 reichmarks. because, the army must serve in the labor the star of the picture. Henry { b attalions came over the BudaBaur, internationally-famous actP 4 s t radio. iTgy. All "nether sold for a or donated, London (WNS)—Nazi propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels warned this week that Germany would carry out a mass "extermination of Jews" in reprisal for the devastating Allied air bombings of German cities. Goebbels | tutelape of Father Coughlin and blamed the recent raids in which > Gerald L. K. Smith, seeks election surer respectively, of the group. When it is remembered that McLain agitated against the singing of "God Bless America" because" it was written by a Jew, it becomes clear just what is meant by the title, "... Preservation of Sacred and Patriotic Music." • • • It is interesting to note that many of our fascists, who have been in political oblivion, now find that the background of war is an opportune time for them fo attempt a conn back. Ex-Conpressman Jacob Thorkelson, the Jew baiter from Montana, announced his candidacy for the U S. Senate. William Lemke, unsuccesful presidential candidate ir 1936. while under the doubtful same all this rubber, cent a pound, goes into the cause—successful prosecution of the war. JTH JEW EXECUTED FOR THE DEATH OF THE "HANGMAN" or, is Jewish, it was reported here by the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. The report said that Baur. French cinema star whose films have been extremely popular in Britain and the United States, was arrested in Berlin three Stockholm (WNS) — Abraham ^oss. 42 years old. was executed a week in Brin, Nazi-occupied w ks a 8 for a 'legedly forging ^echoslovakia, bringing the an "ahnpass"—a certificate of annu mber of Jews executed by Na-1 cestry. Propaganda Minister Jo,' flr 'ng squads in reprisal for seph Goebbels explained that the !" e shooting of Reinhard "HangI "'m was ordered destroyed beHeydrich to 54, according | cause Baur ls tainted here. At the same time, the parliament considered proposals prohibiting Jews from dealing in foodstuffs and forbidding Jews to listen to any broadcast except those coming from the Budapest radio station. There was no action taken on these proposals but a decree was adopted prohibiting Jews from working as superintendents or janitors in any building in Hungary. to latest Sports received The of Czechs --. uuin jews and nonGeTtt Smce the shooting of the ls 'apo chief on May 27, is 442. official figure Sauted, both Jews W y eYr,^ n l S ^.. SUmpS nd Your Tomorrow. POLES MAY LEAVE RUSSIA Jerusalem (WNS)—The Soviet government will issue exit visas to Polish rabbis, religious leaders and theological students who wish to proceed to Palestine frem Russia, it was disclosed here. REFUGEES IN PALESTINE Jerusalem (WNS)—A group of 150 Polish Jewish refugees—the vanguard of thousands of Polish Jews stranded in Russia—arrived threatened here this week from Soviet Rusmean the destruction of European sia after a temporary stay in TeJewry — perhaps even world heran, Persia. j Jewry. the R. A. F. used more than 1,000 bombers, on the blood-thirsty "Jewish press' of London and New York. The chief Nazi propagandist, admitting that the R. A. F. had inflicted great damage on German cities, issued his warning at a time when Germany is in deadly fear of the expected British-American air raids. In an article published in Das Reich. Goebbels said: "The Jews are playing a frivolous game and they will pay for it with extermination of their race in all Europe and perhaps even beyond Europe." Goebbels acknowledged that "the German population is suffering bitterly from the raids." The Goebbels statement marks the second Nazi warning against the Jews of Europe. At the outbreak of the present war. Hitler that the war would to Congress from North Dakota ;is does William F. (Alfalfa Bill? Murray from Oklahoma. Leon deAryan, violent hate monger, who is presently being investigated by a Grand Jury, has thrown his hat in the ring as a Congressional candidate from California. With Gerald L. K. Smith seeking the senator's seat from Michigan and William E. Riker, another antiSemite, announcing his candidacy for Governor of California, it becomes apparent that the fascists are pinning their hopes on the fact that the present national emergency, with its myriad of mixed emotions, will operate to help them sneak past the better judgment of American people. Agnes Waters, the fanatical Jew-hater in Washington, sent out to her friends a letter calling for funds. Mrs. Waters is the party who recently recommended, in a speech before the "We, the Mothers Mobilize" group in Chicago, that President Roosevelt be (CONTINUED ON PAGB t)


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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1942 • 'Jewishfhrldiar PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BBNSION, Rabbi 1586 Jefferson Avenue l'hone 5-47S1 or 5-47S2 Miami Beach BETH SHOLEM CENTER OF NORTH BEACH Sabbath Services Daily services. 8 a. m., 8 p. m. This Friday night services will be held at 8 p. m. On Saturday morning services will be held at .<) a. m. and at 10:30 o'clock. Dr. Samuel Bension will preach the .sermon on The Scriptural Lesson, i Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will of-1 ficiate. The children's Hebrew choir will assist. At 7 p. m. the Mincha service will be conducted after which the Oneg Shabbos will be spread to be followed by! the Maariv Evening service. Soldiers are particularly invited to all of these services and to the Oneg Shabbot. New Pulpit and Ark in Center Synagogue The new pulpit and ark, the generous gift of Samuel Friedland, in memory of his late father, have already been set up. It is a massive, beautifully adorned and artistically decorated affair which lends dignity and enhances the sanctity of the synagogue. In the very near future an announcement will be made concerning the date and the arrangements of the elaborate consecration ceremonies which will mark the occasion. Sisterhood Meeting The Sisterhood held its summer monthly meeting at the Center last Tuesday night under the leadership of vice presidents Mrs. Ben Marbach and Mrs. Sarah Berman and made final arThe Beth Sholcm Jewish Cenj tor of North Beach announces ; that Sabbath services will be i temporarily discontinued until suitable quarters are located. For further information Dr Si JS^lytf *s2s;L, S RVICE SCHED !" = ^ !" h "*-3 B^.Kha^^Z--: -7 8 30 0 p a £ Maariv 8:00 p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A. KI:I.I.NI:R. Rabbi 1S23 8. \V. 14th Terrace l'hone I-S19S 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TOR AII K,4.'i S. W. Third Street Y E S H I V A EDUCATIONAL CENTER Phone 58-2188. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. .Miami Beach M08ES MESCHELOPP, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MA MCI IKS. Cantor 2M3 8. \v. jiat Terrace, Ph. 4-04116 Pro Patria Week after week we record ; with justifiable pride the part our own members are playing in the heroic war effort of our glorious country. This week we are j particularly proud to salute Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard who have two sons in the service of the United States. Corporal HenSynagogue Services ry Reinhard is at Camp Lee and Morning services daily at 8:30 Private Leo Reinhard is with the oclock;Saturdayat9am.: evearmy air force technical trainings at 7:45 and! 8:20 o'clock. | ing command. In addition Mr. -t q C nn' Ce m nS Mmyan Sunday and Mrs. Reinhard have achieved at 9.00 a. m. la most enviable reputation in Service men s Service. Sunday ; helping in every manner possible at .JU a_ m. t tne religious service for men staHelig.ous School %  tioned in this area. Theirs is an Classes are being held every j accomplishment which makes us T %.' J uosday Wednesday feel privileged that they are one and Thursday from 9 a. m. to of us. 12:30. Parents are invited to enwitJ tK „ BOK K; roll their children now. p ... 7„ the Rab bl R .,u T„..U c• Rabbi Kellner conducted serService aub < J*" laSt Sunda !" rnin ln the At a m,..ttna h ~XA w A A i E ast Room of the Rone y Pla m,,rn iL f Wednesday Ho tel for the officer candidate on thIX 1 IT* tendcr ? dl school. More than two hundred on tne variety of entertainments, services and activities offered to The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, will conduct classes daily for children from kindergarten to talmudic education. Daily services are held at 8:00 Rabbi Zwltman win be in the Ternam. and 7.30 p. m. and on SatJfth* ^^erlVo^^T^l urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H KAPLAN. Ph.D. Ilabbi Rmeritug 6936 Indian Creek Drlve6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 3400 LaQorce Drive. Miami lieach Phone 6-173* Mishna and other adult educational classes are held daily at 6:30 p. m. Officers are Mr. Weinberger, I rael, 137 N. E. 19th St., Friday president; Mr. Singer and Mr.'evening at 8:15 o'clock. Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to aay. each matter will b* held In strict confidence. Regular services at Temple IsMamorstein, gobais; Milton Wasman, secretary; Abraham Goldsmith, executive secretary; M. Friedman, teacher. The Junior Congregation will hold services this Saturday morning with the following participating: Morris Kleiner, Bernie MilThe Sisterhood and Men's Club of Temple Israel are sponsoring a congregational supper and card party to be held Wednesday, June 24 at 6.30 p. m. in Kaplan Hall. The tariff is 75c per person. The proceeds will be used for stein, Bernard Goldsmith, Morton th „ „„,„„,:„„ o i_ ^-., lne entertainment of service men Rosenbaum and Master Glazerhof, who will read the Torah. service men in our area at our Recreation Hall. Daily attendance averages between two and three hundred service men. officer candidates participated in the services. Sabbath devotional for service men on Friday evening was held in our synagogue for members of the army stationed in this community. Prior to the services, which were sponsored by the local Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, the soldiers were feted in the homes of our members with the traditional Sabbath meal. Following 1 the services the hospitality comresentatives of the several or-' t ne chairmen f eight commitmittee of thc Synagogue served Participating as hostesses for range'menta to "take care oF the ^evenings of the week are ten rummage sale which will be held dlfferent organizations. Volunin the very near future. Interboard Meeting Under the chairmanship of vice tary contributionss for refreshments and kosher meals for our service men are welcomed. Mrs. president Herman M. Berk, the : Moses Kr ie 8 er chairman of the Interboard which consists of reporganisation which is headed by ......... „, „.,^ mm ,„ m „, gamzations affiliated with the Miami Beach Jewish Center, held Congratulations a tasty kiddish. The service men will be our guests again this its monthly meeting last 'Mon-L Hea £ y 1T m azu l ov l Mr and coming Shabbas and the Shabbas rtav „;„k. n ~A j;J _i„„„ __ Mrs William Malter and to Mr. f „ii n ,„ir,o ,.,ith c.r,,^ ., &f n--n following with services at 8:30 p. m. and the kiddish at 9:00 p. m. The following ladies were on the committee last week: Mrs. Nathan Adelman, Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Louis Block, Mrs. S. day night and discussed plans for T' MM J 1 l i2f a coordinated. comprehensive! and M f re "\ M azu [ n the K add program of activity on behalf of g? f a baby g,rl to each fam the soldiers in the Miami Beach : y A area with special reference to ; 1 ,, Cong j; at latlons ^ to „. Sergeant activities housed in the Center !" f f I "* • I building. President Frankel re' Ste,n .S art w h wcre J lnet "j Cohen. Mrs. Maurice Grossman, ported that within the next few %  ma lage /I Tucsdav afternoon by Mrs Abr aham Kellner, Mrs. Louis weeks the patio hall will be comR ^ W Moses Mcscheloff ln hls Pallot and Mrs. Joseph Stein. pleted which will make it pos-: 0:, • u .. A Thank You sibletohold the dances, concerts! *** wishes to Mr. andI Mrs.. rebbitzen and socials in the open air on a. M v n Lh, T^TKK M ^ : take this means of extending much more elaborate scale and rday n i* ht at Rabbl Moses ; their many and sincere thanks in a cool and refreshing atmo-i x ie ^„ ne „"„, re s acnce I to the lovely group of ladies who sphere. Mrs. Ben Marbach and God grant th ese a11 Joy and \ attended the farewell luncheon Rabbi Spitz reported on the Serha PP lnes s unending. I arranged in honor of the rebbet" I zen last Tuesday. While we do CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 1 Miami's Pioneer t'ongreRMtinn) 13.') N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRl >. Rabbl Residence Phone, 2-2176 HERMAN 11. MARBBIN, Cantor Phone 5-!i6:l Mrs. Louie Marpulies, Reporting vice Men's program. Mr. Rothberg of the JWB and the USO Was the speaker of the evening. Rabbi Spitz not like to mention any names Rabb. Spitz will speak on the I we fee that the committee should Members of the Jewish Cenrad ** %  S S"S? aft 1 er oon at be named. Hence, special thanks! ter Social League under the leadj 4:3 ,? n the Rabbinical Hour on to Mrs George C hertkof. Mrs. ership of their president, Edward I a Fathcrs ** Program. He has \y ictM MeU Mrs. Max Rifas. Mrs. Greenblatt, are particularly acbeen recently appointed to serve „ ghulman, and Mrs. E. Silwve in this program. Patriotic Activities The Saturday night weekly dances and receptions are being continued each Saturday night at We are happy 10 note the increased registration for the summer months at our daily Hebrew classes. We hope parents will take advantage of this summer semester by sending their children regularly. Congregational Closing Meeting At the closing meeting of the Beth David Congregation held last Sunday evening, the president, Sidney H. Palmer, announced the suspension of meetings for the summer months. During the serving of refreshments by the entertainment chairman, Bernard Sterling, Mr. Palmer expressed his hopes of greeting all members and friends at the fall of the year. Congregational Board Meeting A board meeting of Beth David Congregation has been scheduled for Wednesday evening, June 24. This will be the last regular board meeting until fall, subject to calls from the president, Sidney H. Palmer. Sisterhood Board Meeting Mrs. Harry Oliphant. president of the Sisterhood, announces a board meeting to be held next Wednesday morning, June 24th, at 10 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Oliphant requests all officers, past presidents and board members to set aside that morning and join her in helping to outline the program for the ensuing year. Please phone your reservation immediately to the Temple office, phone 2-7745. Mrs. Frank Perlman and Mrs. Gordon Davis are co-chairmen. 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: Yahrzeits: Lewis Hcrstein. father of Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Louis Zeientz; Frieda Plant, mother of Morris Plant; Moses Sonneborn, father of Mrs. Herbert A. Simon; Charles Sprintz. father of Henry Sprintz; Samuel Hantman, husband of Mrs. Stella Hantman; Adolph Stern, father of Miss Malvine Stern. Floral offering of last week presented by Mrs. H. B. Sadowsky, in memory of her father. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1S01 South Andrews Avenue Ft. 1 .ijci. r