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The Jewish Floridian ( June 26, 1942 )

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wJewisti Meridian W VOLUME 15—No. 26 Q oMBtmn s Ylhie Jhewusih (Uin tilty *9 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1942 PRICE—10 CENTS MZZSZSEZ. V S m I HUIU KooseveltHome Houses loSafeguardMinorities,run • %  j g g ./Yew W/l/e/ l/nft /n /v. K Philedalphla (WNS)—Making a I minorities, by a forewarning of stnn-; plea for the rights of mithe consequences, develops a "sonorities, Wendel L. Wilkio, writing in the current issu-; of the Saturday Evening Post points out that "whenever we take away the liberties of those we hate, we are opening the way to loss of liberty for those we love." Mr. Wilkii %  %  article, it was understand, was in reply to Miiton s article, "The Case Againsl the Jews," which api several weeks ago in the same magazine. "Our way of living together in A rica is a strong but delicate he declared in the article. "The Case for the Minorities." but adding that "it serves as a cloak for the protection of poor and rich, of black and white, of Jew and Gentile, of foreign and native born. • "For God's sake, let us not tear it asunder. For no man knows, once it is destroyed, where or when man will find its protective warmth again." Wilkio stated that honest discussion of the wartime menace to racial, religious and political ber public judgment that will prevent any tendency toward a repetition of such national ignominies as the Ku Klux Klan and such calamities as the series of race riots ir. our cities which grew out of the emotionalism of the first World War. "The height of our civilization. it scorns to me, has been reached not by our assembly lines, our inventions or any of our great factitious development, but by the ability of peoples of varying beliefs and different racial extractions to live side by side here in the United States with mutual understanding, respect and helpfulness," the article says. "It has always impressed me that, quite apart from any reasons of humanitarian or justice or any sentiment regarding the protection of the weak by the strong, it is only common sense to safeguard jeasously the rights of minorities. For minorities are rich assets of a democracy, assets which no totalitarian government 10 GO TO ALBANY New York.—A new unit of the boon B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations j that will be established at Hunter College in the fall in usual setting. The town house oi Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, President Roosevelt, a beautiful spiritual leader of the Miami commodious thirty two room Jewish Orthodox Congregation structure on East Sixty-Fifth for the past six years, will re-1 S troct r 'gbt in the line of stulinquish his post with the synadt nt traffic, has been purchased gogue this coming week. Max from th* president. The purchase Rifas, president of the congregawas m >de possible by the collabI oration of ICONTINUED ON PAr.c 4\ Bl B'RITH WILL ORTHODOX JEWISH BODIES IN 44TH NATIONAL MEETING NRJ Chica.no—B'nai B'rith will join in a mighty demonstration of national unity indicative of the wholehearted support which civilian organizations are giving the war effort when it participates with nine other national, patriotic fraternal, labor, industrial, and civic organizations in a onehour coast-to-coast patriotic profram to be heard over the Blue Network on July 4th from 9 to 10 P. m„ Eastern War Time. The program will be heard locally over Station WKAT The first public announcement M the wo,k of the National Cowdinatnm Committee of the American Legion, which has been maeavoring to get consolidated wpression from representative organizations in the fraternal. Patriotic, civic, labor and Indusrial f„.!d, the program is being ranged by the American LegLvn n national commander. jnn U. Stambaugh, will be masl( r of ceremonies. adri?, niC pants in tne Program, in gdition to Mr. Stambaugh, will B'nai DMonsk y. president of £ Bnth ; 'nd the heads of the jjertean Federation of Labor, Benp„'! ,6hts of Columbus, the jjnevolen. Protective Order of of it? Gr ;,nd Lod e of Masons CA the National *<%  uio Nationa ^Manufactu,. Club s ederation f Women's Hundreds of Orthodox Jewish Congregations will send delegates to the 44th'Anniversary National Convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, to be held on Sunday and Monday. June 28 and 29, in New York City. Convention sessions will be held at the Riverside Plaza Hotel. 253 West 73rd Street, Manhattan. The UOJCA Convention Call has gone out to 2500 Orthodox Congregations from coast to Coast, and "hundreds of Synagogues" have already indicated they will send delegates to the conclave, the "Union" office reports through its national president, William Weiss. The convention will be held in cooperation with the Rabbinical Council of America, the "Union's" Women's Branch, the National Union of Orthodox Jewish Youth and the Jewish University Clubs. A convention highlight will be the address of National President William Weiss, who will review the "Union's" activities and dwell jn the Orthodox Synagogue's contributions to the preservation of Judaism and the ideals of democracy. tion announced. Leaving to accept the call of the largest congregation in Albany. Sons of Abraham. Rabbi Kellner will receive his Master's degree at the University of Maine, at Bangor. before assuming his new post about the first of September. Coming here from Baltimore. Md., Rabbi Kellner saw his congregation serving the Orthodoxwing of Jewry here, outgrow its quarters, now used for a Talmud Torah building. He was instrumental In building the congregation's new edifice, more than 'wice the size of the old building. During his stay here he served as a member of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and was an officer of the State Rabbinical group. He conducted radio programs during the last several years once each month. He took an active part in Jewish a number of public spirited Catholic. Protestant and Jewish leaders who prevailed upon the president to decline other offers for the house. He has given his permission to have it named for his mother, the Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial House. Inassmuch as it is planned to have the counselors of the Newman Foundation, the Y. W. C. A., various Protestant Foundations, and a Hillel Foundation serve the nuge student constituency at Hunter College, as neighbors under one roof, the house will be:ome a superb symbol of interfaith amity and a laboratory for democratic living. The nresident has evidently delighted at the thought the house, in which his mother lived for so manv years almost unand to which he has so much sentim< ntal attachment, is not to I e cut up into commercial apartments. Instead, it will be permanently attached to Hunter College as a center of religious, cultural and social activity. In • letter to Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. he' wrote: "I have a feeling that my mother would have been so happy in knowing that the houses wire to be used for such a splendid purpose thai she would have wanted me to give its sponsors every opportunity." In a letter to Dr. A. L. Sachar, Hillel's national director, he wrote: "I am really thrilled at the thought of the use of the houses as a symbol of interfaith amity." The Roosevelt House, acquired by the joint efforts of the B'nai Bnth Hillel Foundation, the Newman Clubs, and the Y. W. C. A„ has been presented to Hunter College at the Commencement exercises on June 24, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) BULGARIA SEIZES 3,000 MORE JEWS FOR FORCED LABOR POLES TO ADD THIRD JEW TO ITS NATIONAL COUNCIL Berne (WNS) — The pro-Nazi Bulgarian Government this week ordered the conscription of another 3,000 Jews for compulsory I labor, according to reports received here. There are at present in Bulgaria 125 special labor camps for Jews. All Jews in the country are registered for service in the labor battalions. At the same time the Bulgarian Government issued a decree forbidding Jewish families to occupy apartments of more than two rooms. It was estimated that at least 25.000 Jewish families will have to move from their present quarters as a result of this regulation. The decree specifies that the Jews may take with hem to their new two-room apartments only sufficient furniure and household articles for two rooms. The Government will confiscate all "excess" property. ill BRUTALITIES IBHKT THE JEWS FULLY DESCRIBED MRS. ROOSEVELT NAMED AS "WORKING GIRL'S FRIEND" Association and the GenChi '*<> (WNS) Dr. Chaim nnn urged a war loan o purchase 1,000,* tl2 rnann dun London (WNS) — The Polish Government-in-exile has agreed to appoint a member of the Polish Agudas, orthodox Jewish organization, to the Polish National Council, increasing to three the number of Jewish representatives in the Council, according to wellinformed sources here. Polish Jews are now represented in the Council by Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbard, a Zionist, and S. Zygelbaum, a Socialist Bundist. For a number of months now leaders of the Agudas have been negotiating with officials of the emigre Polish Government for the inclusion communal affairs and was largely responsible for the inception of Mizrachi activity in this area. "We regret exceedingly the leaving of Rabbi Kellner from our congregation and from our midst," Max Rifas, president of the synagogue stated. "I echo the sentiment of our board who disliked greatly having to accept the rabbi's resignation. We all felt, however, that we did not want to hold him back from us-1 camper we had in the years foling his talent and ability for a I lowing our inception." larger sphere." New York (WNSI— The Jewish Working Girls Vacation Society, which operates two sumbea"rds"ou't"by fo^'rootsT'ln mcr camps for working girls.' has selected Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt as the "working girl's best friend." it was announced. In announcing the award. Mrs. Maxwell Steinhart, president of the society, said that "a living monument to Mrs. Roosevelt's great work in promoting the cause of the working girl is the type of camper we have today as contrasted with the kind of Washington (WNS) — An almost incredible story of executions, torture and starvation was told here by Americans recently repatriated from Rumania in describing the conditions of Jews in that Nazi-governed country. These Americans said that the plight of Jews in the province of Bukovina, wrested from the Soviets by Nazi and Rumanian troops, defied adequate description. Jews find it virtually impossible to obtain food. Many Jews traded fur-coats and diamond rings for a loaf of bread. "The first thing the Axis forces did when entering a town or village in Bukovina and Bessarabia was to round up all the male Jewish population." it was reported. "Cermans and Rumanian soldiers then pulled the Jews' many cases, they forced the wife and children of their victim to watch him being castrated. In Bessarabia, thousands of Jewish girls were seized and sent to brothels established for the German troops. "In one village, German stormtroopers ordered Rumanian soldiers to execute a score of Jewish children. The firing squad's first volley, however, left the children unscathed and the superstitions Rumanians refused to fire being New York (WNS)—One hun-1 Nazis 3 OKtered planned by the congregation and j dred leaders of the Catholic, Pro\ be shot themselves"^^ thav finwill be tendered to Rabbi Kellj testant and Jewish faiths joined i ished the foul inh '•• ner Sunday evening, July 5th. of New York (WNS)—Dr. Albert Einstein urged Jewish youth to ., apply themselves to the study of al a dinner S f la d '" Palestine for the inclusion in the National the Hebrew language and literaEverett R. Clinchy. president of Greece during the h"eroi'c"strue^ b> 'ho J >j P p nSOred '" his nonor j Council of a representative of the J ture in order to keep alive their the National Conference of Chrisagainst the invaders in a sn -1 F I orthodox point of view. (cultural values. i tians and Jews. message to the Chief Rabbi joined | ished the foul job. this week in voicing their horror over the "deliberate massacre of the entire town of Lidice in Czechoslovakia by Nazi orders, it was announced here by Dr. London (WNS) — A. Michalopoulos, exiled Greek Minister of Information, praised the courage the Jewish community of



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^> PAGE TWO +Jelstfk>ridk*r FRIDAY, JUNE 26. Social Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS Mr. Philip Bcrkowitz left for the north on a business trip. • • • Mr. Leo Lipowsky left for Camp Blanding to join the armed forces. • • • Mr. Mickey Lubel will leave Friday for Camp Blanding to enter the U. S. service. • • • Mr. Harry Wasserman left Tuesday for Sharron Springs. New York, where he will spend the summer. • • • Mr. Leopold Rosenbaum and daughter. Beatryce. left for Essex Falls. N. J.. where they will remain for the summer. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte will leave Sunday for New York and the mountains where they will remain for a month. • • • Miss Bette Rosen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosen. left this week to visit relatives in Boston and Portland, Maine. • • • The misses Marcie Adelman. Jeannctte Cohen and Evelyn Greenwald will leave Sunday for a two week vacation to Asheviile. N. C. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Isador Langner are visiting with their daughter and her family in New York City where they intend remaining for; the summer months. • • • Miss Charlotte Blumberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. and Alicia Gulkis. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Gulkis. will leave Saturday for' ( Camp Delaware in N. J.. where they will spend the summer. • • • Gottfried K. Newman, attorney of Miami Beach. 4580 Post ave.. left this week for Cambridge. Mass.. where he will complete his basic training as an Ensign in the Navy. Enroute he will visit his mother. Mrs. Freda Newman. in Atlantic City. He was ac-: companied by his wife and child. The marriage of Esther Shochet to Alvin Frederick Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Gardner of Miami Beach, was announced this week by the bride's mother. Mrs. J. Louis Shochet. A resident of Miami for many years. Mrs. Gardner attended schools here and served with The Jewish Floridian staff. Mr. Gardner attended schools in Chicago and Miami Beach and received his Associate of Arts Degree at the University of Florida. He is now in his senior year at the Atlanta Southern Dental College. Atlanta. He is treasurer of the Alpha Omega Fraternity. Upon graduation he will enter the armed forces as first lieutenant, for which he now holds a reserve commission. The couple honeymooned in Daytona Beach and will reside in Atlanta. BAR MITZVAH Scrap rubber is the thing in demand by your Government at this time. Check over your home and grounds and see if you don't have some lyink around. NEW. RADIOEAR We think you'll find it the kind of hearing you've dreamed about. Made by one of America's Pioneer Manufacturers of Vacuum Tube Hearing Aids. Call for free booklet and hearing proof! RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg.. Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100 Robert Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown, will be Bar | Mitzvah this Saturday at Beth Jacob. In the absence of Rabbi Mescheloff Mr. M. B. Frank, president of the Congregation, will address the boy and presi nt the certificate. A reception will follow. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRANC Quality Ferti'izer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 The Loan of LARGE PEDESTAL FANS Badly Needed For SERVICE MEN'S CENTER on Miami Beach Call RUDY ADLER Phone 5-2519 Spend your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains OSCEOLA LAKE INN Hendersonville, N. C. Jewish-American Cuisine Reasonable Rates Very convenient connections by bus and train direct to Hendersonville Under the Management of Joe and Eddie Rubin Hotel Operators of Miami Beach, Fla. TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8TH ST. AT :5TH Sat. Evening Starting 6 P. M. and Sun. and Mon. JUNE 27—29 CHARLIE CHAPLIN The World's Greatest Laughing Picture JWUhl S. KoAentkai, .$&.#. announces the removal of his offices to 540-41 duPont Building Telephone 2-4819 *TH£ GOLD fiUSH' MUSIC AND WORDS Written and Directed by the Screen's Greatest Comedy Star CHARLIE CHAPLIN Extra on same program Lt James Stewart IN "WINNING YOUR WINGS" The marriage of Lieutenant Jerome C. Hoffmayer to Miss Marcella Ungar took place Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ungar. the bride's parents. Officiating at the service was Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The board meeting of the National Council of Jewish Women will be held Wednesday at 10:00 a. m. at the Council House. • • • A tea will be held at the home of Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. 3114 Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach. Monday. June 29th, 1:30 p. m.. sponsored by the Miami Chapter Women's Division American Jewish Congress for members and their friends. Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein will review Ambassador Davis' Mission to Moscow. Mrs. Lutsky will be assisted by Mrs. Essie Bergman. Mrs. Susan Fleischman. Mrs. Ernie Woolfe and Mrs. B. London. • • • The Gant Gaither Theater has been leased by Carmen Balfour and will in future be known as the Carmen Balfour Theater. Carmen Balfour is the director of the American-British School of the Theater, formerly the Hollywood-British School of the Theater. The summer course is now in progress. The students gave a performance at the National Cardiac Home for Children on Sunday last. Taking part were Thelma Stevens, Barbara Kent, and specialty dances were contributed by Aubrey Floyd, and Richard and Aileen Lanicka. as guest artists. TILE FLOORING 10c Square Foot Up Wall Tiles 20c Sq. Ft. Up MARTIN TILES 7760 N. E. 4th Ct.. Phone 7-3687 The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs Dora Rosengartcn, wife of Mr I. Rosengarten. will take place next Sunday afternoon. July 5th at the Woodlawn Park Cemetery. GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION TO HOLD MEET According to announcement made this week by Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. general chairman of the Arrangements Committee, final plans have been completed for the fourth annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, scheduled for Wednesday evening. July 8. at the Beth David Talmud Torah. As a result of careful planning. the meeting will be conducted in a novel manner. The Program Committee used as its model the procedure followed by the Congress of the United States, convening in special joint session. Speaker of the House. Rabbi Max Shapiro, will introduce to the general assembly eight individuals who will serve as "Congressional experts," and will testify regarding the local, national and overseas services: Recreation and Character Building Services, Mrs. Max Dobrin; Case Work Services. Mark Max; Emigre Services. Mrs. Monte Selig: Hebrew Education. Rabbi Leon Spitz: Army and Navy Work. Sam Blank; CivicProtective Work, Day J. Apte; Maintenance of Jewish Culture in U. S., Louis Heiman; Rehabilitation and Relief Work. Stanley C, Myers. A brief message will be delivered by the president. Benjamin E. Bronston, and a report will be made by Louis Heiman. chairman of the Constitutional Committee, concerning recommendations covering a revision of the Federation constitution. There will be election of officers and members of the board. with Mrs. Benjamin Meyers presenting the recommendations of the Nominating Committee. r : si.. ^•-..••••i-i--;:.--* --.i:i.-r::.Ui-, S/rE;S*5£i L^v'". "'"vr*^" WkSKi %  ** THE 43 A ROE N OF MEMORIES mOIMTIKBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI ?l


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I FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1942 +JewlstiflorX0an PAGE THREE MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI niiiH'liet, .\. Louis Meohlowlts. md Paul Weltiman.) (Contributions to this column are welcomed, particularly In the form of letters received hare from Oreater Miami boya now In the service.) Another Miami Beach Jewish boy makes good Maurice Murry Pollack, son of Joseph Pollack, has been graduated from the U. S. Navy hospital corps school at Portsmouth, Virginia, at Maurice Murry Pollack the head of his class of 157 Nol only that, but he has set the precedent of being the first student in the history of the school lo graduate with a grade of 100';. Murry was in the construction business here prior to his entering the service. He built some of Beach's largest and finest hotels and also the Miami Beach Jewish Cut, r. His host of friends here were not too astounded about his brilliant achievement They say Ihey always expected big things irry and with this start Murry will probably have a career as an M. D. 11 you are inclined to be credask tiie proud father to show yen the letter received from nel officer of the Navy, wrote, "] congratulate you such a son and I am certain that he will always del with credit to you, His Coui try, and his service." V-.rrapeutic Center A th' rapeutic center! .... Thafs exactly what the JWB army and navy committee headquarters in the YMHA turns out to De on occasion There is for instance, that non-Jewish soldier boy who came there recently on a Saturday night, feeling mighty blue and in the mood for a good case of suicide (at least that is what he said) ... At any rate, he was taken under the wing |of the worker and then of the chairman of the hostess commitI tee ... By the close of the even: ing he had sufficiently recovered his equilibrium to cast aside all doleful thoughts. This little incident illustrates what perhaps may be considered the chief advantage of profession-' al planning and attention to a program for the men in uniform There is no substitute for, personal service and all the recreational facilities in the world would be of small moment if, in addition, the personal factor of having someone to whom the boys can tell their troubles, were not present also. Like Father, Like Son Among the enlisted men from Miami are the two Bloomberg boys. Louis and David M., the former now stationed at Tampa, the latter in officers' training on the Beach David's father. George W.. writes in to say he is proud that his boy is following in his footsteps ... He himself is a veteran of World War I. where he was wounded in action. They Do Their Share Every other week the Miami Beach Elks Lodge is sponsoring a dance for the commissioned men ... A aoed'y percentage cf *.!•.: membership of this lodge and of its auxiliary, the Anna Miller Circle, is Jewish. The recreational hall at Beth Jacob congregation is going strong, with entertainment and table games every evening with the exception of Friday The program of this new service on the Beach is being co-ordinated through the Army and Navy Committee. Here Comes the Eride Romance has not ceased because of this grim business of war ... If anything, its pace has been accelerated ... In recent weeks R-,KESS IN YOUR ROOM FOR SURF BATHING 11**!! "'"e'lana: straight Through City an C. S. No. 1. "SO South Rldgrwood Avenue. phono.: 1780-1731 in Miami, Florida SUM-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN 1928 APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere For Reft, Convalescent. Chronic and Acute Medical Cases Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Stntf. Resident Phvslclnn. Complte Physical Therapy. Pour Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W. ELLIS. Pros. J. W. PLATIN. M D Med. Dlr. %  M 8. W. 3Sth Court, Miami, Florida Ping-Pong—Not a Sissy's Game Those of you who enjoy seeing !a boxer battered into unconI sciousness, a wrestler twisted inI to a Nazi swastika, or a cross j country runner with his tongue ; hanging out will probably tilt : your noses scornfully at the very mention of ping pong. That's the I very way we felt up to a year | ago when we first saw Sandor j Glancz, the Hungarian Jew who has held the world's professional title for many years, perform I along with Sid Heitner and Solly (Schiff—two of the outstanding players this country has produced. Thus a year ago we wrote: j Don't let anybody kid you into, believing that ping pong is a sissy's game. On the contrary, it is a fast, thrill-packed contest that calls for dazzling speed, bril, liant accuracy and plenty of power Power in ping pong? The two seem so far apart but ask Solly Schiff the champion ping pong player who just lost his title to Joe Pagliaro and he'll tell you why power and drive and coordination are so iro; I portant in this man-sized game. I (And when in the presence of ueh champs as Schiff or Heit' nor or Ruth Aarons. always remember to refer to the game as "Table Tennis.") And, brother, when ping pong went out as a parlor game, table tennis came in ":•'r.". its virility and punch." Although an Italian clerk, Joe Pagliaro holds the championship today, there have been eleven Jewish national champions since the ping pong players formed a Table Tennis Association that is officially recognized by the Amateur Athletic Union. Three of the American champs have also held world titles. As a matter of facl until Pagliaro took over nobody but a Jewish table tennis ace had held the championship. The grou] j mentioned above docs not include I two Jewish women champions one of whom. Ruth Aarons. held the world's crown until she was dedaren a professional because of hi r appearance for three weeks at that swanky night club, the Rainbow Room, atop Radio City in New York. But don't let this business of amateur and pro n likings of the Table Tennis A-. i alarm you. fn all fairs to the association, it must be mentioned that i'. has not as yet reached the gigantic stale of operations that older and ritz rival, the U. S. L. T. A. boas where ii can afford t" pay 18 bucks a clay for a masseur for a TUden or buy a daily corsage ol orchids for such an erstwhile like Helen Wills Moody. Ol course, there are paid trips to tournaments but no salaries for the 'hams' as yet. But give it a ..chance. Tabble Tennis is growing by leaps and bounds. For the past five years there have usually been from 200 to 300 contestants at each national tournament and the performers! have come from all parts of the; country. The spectators pay anywhere from 50 cents to 5 bucks to watch and the championship ses-1 sions are usually jammed. Twelve j or fifteen specially constructed [ tables are in action at once and i when the balls begin bouncing., the bedlam is terrific. Until Pagliaro arrived on the scene, our two Jewish ping pongers, Solly Schiff and Sidney Heitner were two of the bitterest rivals in the table tennis arena. Next week we'll give you the low down on the "training" required by one of these super athletes especially since both lads FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 "A FRIEND m NEED PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL Rendering sympathetic personal service among a setting of dignity and refinement Reform Conservative ami truly Orthodox Rites and Rituals Strictly Observed PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL 2008 WEST F LAGLER ST. 24 Hour Ambulance Service FDOBS YOU BUY! • Don't let improper cooking o( vegetables destroy the valuable food elements so essential to good health. 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PAGE FOUR +Je*ist> ncricfian FRIDAY, IUNE 26, & Jewish Floridian PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE Fred K. Shochet, Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Months. JL00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 26 TAMMUZ 11. 5702 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 1942 The Move-Long Awaited Man and the Nation Interesting and welcome news was the announcement made by the Y. M. H. A. this week. The opening and sponsorship of a Home Camp on Miami Beach received hearty endorsement. Not only that the need existed for this program was the cause of this favorable response but that factual activity towards recognizing Miami Beach as part of Greater Miami's Y. M. H. A. and Community Center program was demonstratively evident. The structure of Greater Miami has always been a factor in trying to serve one community when in actuality there is two. One entity but two groups. Working as one yet each having their distinct problems. The Y-Center program of a cultural, recreational and youth charater building nature has gradually progressed in Miami expanding as years went by and the institution grew and came into its own. Lack of funds, dearth of cooperation and many other items all retarded the "Y's" expansion program, prevented its becoming an outlet and serving the purpose for which it was created and for which it exists. With the assistance of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, who will back this particular phase financially, the Y. M. H. A. will extend its activities to Miami Beach. For the first time in the history of the boys and girls residing there will they be able to participate in a program of play and activity of a Home Camp. This first step is the move that eliminates doubt as to the "Y" of Greater Miami serving the beach. It foretells that the Y. M. H. A. is Beach conscious and will plan and present a program for Miami Beach. It foretells that Y. M. H. A. and Center activities will be sponsored and directed by the organization that is here for that purpose, the Young Men's Hebrew Association of Greater Miami. As the war proceeds and peace-time planning achieves formal recognition, international amity and cooperation are seen as an obvious and necessary basis for any just and permanent post-war order. Without these there can be no peace between nations nor unity within the nations. Clear-cut understanding of this principle was exhibited this week by 17 leading Protestant ministers throughout the country. These ministers issued a warning against "Quisling clergymen" who preach "an extreme nationalism and ultra-isolationism," and who are against all international cooperation. Pointing out the methods of pro-Nazis who attempt to undermine all international cooperation by spreading distrust and racial hatred, these ministers pledged themselves to expose all American Quislings who would destroy our way of life. This fortright and honest stand which was clearly delineated by the Protestant clergymen does more than serve warning "on those American Quislings in the Protestant fold." It established itself as a true force of dignity and strength in a warring world. Christianity as a factor in the evolution of mankind regains a point which might have been lost when clergymen with the Hitler doctrine of hate in their hearts misused their own religion to undermine the advanced position of civilization. The responsibility of all spiritual leaders of the people in bringing about better understanding and amity between peoples cannot be underestimated. International cooperation depends on the good will of man to man. The role of the churches and temples play in nurturing peace and amity in the hearts of men will influence to some extent the success of a post-war world based on international cooperation. WILKIE GALLS ON II. S. TO i i (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) cai fford, Dictatorship must, of i ssity, fear and suppress them, But within the tolerance of a democracy, minorities are the constant source of new vigor. "To suppress minority thinking and minority expression would tend to freeze society and prevent progress. For the majority itself is stimulated by the existence of minority groups. The human mind requires contrary expressions against which to test itself. protecting the nation from sub-i versive activities." He said he has been -appalled at the callous indifference of high officers o! the Navy" to the discrimination against Negroes and disI by similar discrimin often in the ranks ol labor and 1 ry. He criticized the Department of Justice tor revoking the citizenship of naturalized citizens suspected ol fi reign allegiance in.su ad ol prosecution on {es and says it is "sickening" to si e political parties flirting with remnants of anti-Catholic Ku Klux Klanism and hesitating to denounce the anti-Semj itism of Coughlanites and others." —Buy War Bonds Today— INSURE YOUR HOME AGAINST HITLER/ RADIO OF ITALIANS WARMS JEWRY OF "As citizens we must fight in their incipient stages all movements by government or party or pressure groups that seek to limit the legitimate liberties of any of our fellow citizens." Wilkie added that government frequently, through excess zeal in seeking to quickly accomplish a purpose, is the oppressor and that political parties, anxious for vote catching, "become tolerant to intolerant groups." He cited the "excessive wartime activities" of investigation bureaus of Congress and the Administration "employed with the excuse of gggRSgflMg BONDS &STMHPS U. S. Trtcuury Difarlmtnl Cairo (WNS)—A warning that the fall of Tobruk to the Axis armies marked the beginning of final destruction of world Jewry was made this •'. %  %  bj the Rome radio, which n I to the Libyan battle as a continuation of the fight of the an Roman Empire against till Jews. Brimming over with joy. the Fascist spokesman said that the "Romans were the tirst people to recognize the necessity of exterminating Jewry." He added that the Romans were unsuccessful because at that time other nations refused to support the Romans. As a result of this lack of cooperation, the Rome radie. said, the Roman Empire was destroyed by Jewry. Germany. Japan and Italy have the might, however, tne Axis radio declared, to complete the task and the Axis victory at Tobruk '•signalizes the beginning of the end of world Jewry." The nation needs all scrap rubber. Look around your home and grounds and gather up all rubber of any kind. Take this to the filling station nearest you. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mucdy, Confidential -By PHTNEAS J. BIRONFROM THE CAPITAL Washington rumor, not always completely reliable, has it that Herbert Bayard Swope is slated for a big War Department job Possibly it's based on the fact that Swope was the originator, quite some months ago, of the nifty which, in a number of variations, is turning up in the men's clothing ads nowadays: "The best dressed man is the man in uniform" German propaganda, reaching us via short-wave, is identifying Elmer Davis, America's new information chief, as a Jew "Don't let a Jew tell you what to say," the Goebbelsites are screaming Sorry, Gabby—proud though we'd be to claim Mr. Davis, his ancestry precludes it LISTEN HERE Aside to Addled Adolf. Those underhanded Britishers are gypping you You earned 2,000 pounds last year in royalties on the British edition of your "Kampf," but do these thieving Englishmen send it to you? No—they give the money to the Red Cross, and send you many times 2.000 pounds of bombs instead Soon you'll be able to spit on Hitler right in this country .. The U. S. Patent Office has registered a new cuspidor designed as the spittin' image of Adolf's puss .The name of this new contraption is "the Spitler" Look twice at any one who tries to tell you that the Nazi short-wave station "Debunk" is located in our own midwest The propaganda it unlooses through the ether comes directly from Hitlerland—but the local fifth columnists are trying to sell the line that it originates in Iowa JEWISH NEWS Don't let anyone kid you about Lord Wedgwood's standing and influence in the Jewish community of London The 1942 campaign of England's United Jewish Charities is headed by this Christian Zionist peer He has, incidentally, mailed letters to his thousands of friends in America, and we hope they come through with big donations Sidney Wallach. executive secretary of the American Jewish Committee, has resigned After nine years with the Committee he decided to realize his ambition to enter the publishing field Congratulationto Eri Jabotinsky, son of Vladimir, and one of the mainstays of the Committee for a Jewish Army ... He ge>t married last week to a charming lady from France, an old flame au, Jabotinsky and Brainin. names that are household wherever Jews live, are entering a new phase in Jewish life through their daughter and sons, respectively, the second generation being engaged in actrvice for the formation of a Jewish Army Last week, by i way, the Jewish Army Committee suffered some casualties Pierre van Paassen. its national chairman, was ordered by his doctor to take a complete rest, and Peter Bergson, its national director, had to go on the operating table for an appendectomy. THE ARTS "The Pilot of Our Life-Boat" is the title of an impressive painting by Alexander Berth ... It Shows President Roosevelt as a determined, weatherbeaten seaman piloting to safety sixteen representative types of the United Nations Among them is a pious Jew. with a prayer shawl over his head, reading his prayer -Til* Irvin 8 Berlin's show This Is the Army" is expected to raise over a million dollars for Army Emergency Relief Paramount, which has bought the screen rights, is donating all the profits of the picture to the relief organization And Be lin himself and Mark Sandrich are going to make a picture with out salary Remember when Dinah Shore made her bow be fore a nationwide radio audience as the guest artist on Eddie Can tor's program? Well about being fair play, Dinah recently had Eddie as guest artist on her air show ... We hope you noticed that Alexander Korda who belongs high up in the list of Jewish movie geniuses-others being Russia's Serge Eisenstein and the late Irving Thalberg of Hollywood—and who has done more than any one' else for the renaissance of the British cinema. has been knighted We'll let you in on a secret—stage and screen star Leslie Howard will be on the next honors list, ABOUT PEOPLE David Sarnoff, head of the Radio Corporation of America, is in uniform now And a fullfledged colonel, too His son, you'll remember, is an ensign. And Max Baer, the one-time boxing champ, is trying desperately to get into uniform The rumor that Albert Lasker resigned from the University of Chicago's Board of Trustees because of Milton Mayer's Saturday Evening Post article (Mayer being on the University's faculty) are all wrong Lasker differs sharply with Robert Hutch ins, president of the University, on almost every political question Promise of becoming the new generation's Shirley Temple is given by Susan Levine, a five-year-old who'll be presented for your in. spection in the new Abbott and Costello film. "Pardon My Sarong" But don't bank on Susan's name remaining unchanged if she does achieve stardom Which reminds us to tell you we've just learned that Irene Manning's name has no resemblance to her real moniker, which is Hope Harvuot, but is an adaptation of the name of her husband, Harold Manheim, a screen publicist who right now is in the service of his Uncle Sam • Georgie Jessel is trying to revive "The Jazz Singer." the play in which he scored his greatest stage success, some fifteen years ago Georgie wants to present it in a modernized version. WEEKLY GIGGLE We're indebted to Winchell for the tale of young Maxie Mefoosky. who fell in with some tough brats who taught him the Nazi salute When he came home, Maxie paraded all over the hou demonstrating the' salute yelling: "Hell Hitler!" • • foosky pleaded with his kaddW to desist, but to no avail %  %  Finally, in desperation, he calM in a doctor, who watched tne stiff-armed salute with gw* e head-shakings "Tell me, doctor." cried Mefoosky frantically, "do you think we'll have to amputate?" Then theres Harry Hershfield's report of and Mctelegrams exbctwecn change of —„ Signor—beg pardon. JuniorMussolini and Herr Hitter. •• "I'm starving—rush food Benii wired to his senior partner %  "Pull in your belt." Adolf *J back Whereupon Muss wired again: "Rush belt." Mad. From Fresh <**•



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FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 1942 -Jewlsli fkrldtor PAGE FIVE With .the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach Mi SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi 1TI36 Jeffernon Avenue l'hone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach BETH SHOLEM CENTER OF NORTH BEACH The Beth Sholem Jewish Center of North Beach announces that Sabbath services will be temporarily discontinued until suitable quarters are located. A meeting will be held Saturday, June 27th, at 8:00 p. m. at the home of Jacob Slaff, 4215 Friends are wclMIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONG. ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1S23 S. \V. 14th Terrace I'lione 3-5MI 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TOBAH 1">4.". S. W. Third .Street CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach Sabbath Service. ua y, June zvtn, at 8:00 p. m. at SERVICE SCHEDULE This Friday evening at.8.00; the home of Jacob Slaff, 4215 Daily Minyon So a o'clock regular services both for j Prairie Ave. Friends are wclMincha 7-30 o m civilians and soldiers will be | come to attend. | Maariv 8 00 nm held On Saturday morning the For furtner intormation Dr ; SaturdayTIZZZZ 9:00 a. m.' Max Ellis, in charge of the Cen-1 ter's activities, may be contacted! at 980 W. 48th St., Miami Beach. Phone 58-2188. services commence at 9 o'clock and Dr. Bension will preach on the Scriptural portion. At 7 p. in. Mincha and the oneg shabbos will be conducted. Soldiers Lead Religious Services Religious services for men in uniform are held regularly every Sunday at 10 a. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. On Sunday, June 28th these services will be conducted by the soldiers themselves i/ho will lead in prayer and re;ponsive readings. Cantor Josef Lengyel is in charge of the musical program. Miss Ruth Brotman, noted soprano, will render a solo. Dr. Samut 1 Bension. the rabbi of the Jewish Center, will give a review of John Steinbeck's recent book, "The Moon is Down." These services are open not only to all men in uniform but the public generally is also welcome. Bar Mitvzahs Congratulations are due to the families of Jack Platt and Aaron Bullowitz on their bar mitzvah occasions this Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at the Center synagogue. Sisterhood Party The Sisterhood under the chairmanship of Mrs. Fae Simms is planning a party in the very near future. Under the leadership of Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld a group of ladies are canvassing the community to secure dinner invitations and home hospitality for the soldiers. The exact date of holding the rummage sale will be announced. In the meanwhile another group of women have volunteered to serve as hostesses at thi Center Soldiers Recreation Mrs. Ben Marbach is in Mrs. Ada Greenblatt is rig excellent service as the hostess in charge of the Wei k v receptions for soldiers. Center Opens Free Religious Sunday School Miami Beach Jewish Cenopened a Religious School n which will meet ever) S iday throughout the sum10:30 a. m. There is no fee and all children from 'he ag< s of 6 to 16 are welcome, lie] Bension, assisted by i).i | Frcedman, are in charge o this school. 1 curriculum consists largeclub activities and the will be known as the l Habonim, "The Builders n." The classes will be organized along military lines a "(i each class will be designated as a -roop. The children will £arn the military commands in nennw and learn the history of weir people and the life of the modern Palestinian pioneers wrougn dramatic activities, •ongs. stories, and drills. v-hi.dren should be registered nml lately at the Center office. Men's Club Meeting Un Tuesday night the Center ""•n B Club met under the presi*ncy of Nat Hankoff, and adopt ^-Jaws and also arranged for urni.hmg the Social Room for we soldiers. Milton Sirkin is in enarge. Habd olah Receptionf Qpen Sat "Jty Night .t J.wUh Center first BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Street. Avenue Miami and Third Leach MOKES MESfHELqEF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, l'hone 5-1328 MAURICE MAM CUES', Cantor !>N 8. W. 2lNt Terrace, I>h. 4-0406 Shachriss daily at 8:30 a. m.; Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Mincha, daily at 7:45 p. m. Maariv. daily at 8:15 p. m.; Saturday at 8:30 p. m. Service men's Minyan, Sunday at 9:00 a. m. Service men's service Sunday at 9:30 a. m., under the auspices of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association. Bar Mitzvah Robert Brown will celebrate his becoming a bar mitzvah during the services this Saturday morning. His friends are all invited. Rabbi's Vacation Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff left this week for a vacation in New York during which they will attend a number of conventions. Rabbi Mescheloff has also arranged to bring greetings from many of the hundreds of servicemen who have been daily utilizing the facilities of our Service Men's Recreation Hall. will replace the weekly Saturday night dances which will be taken over by the Jewish Welfare Board to Alton Road and 18th Street. The reception will not include dancing but it will be comprised of the intonation of the Habdolah service, of community singing,' both patriotic and Jewish traditional, and will Pro Patria Last week we reported one of our members who has two sons in the armed services of our country. This week we are proud to add Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub of 1261 S. W. 5th Street, whose two sons are enrolled in the Army of Democracy. We pause to salute and extend greetings to Corporal Milton Weintraub at Fort Jackson, and Stanley Weintraub, who is in the Marine Corps. With the Rabbi Rabbi Kellner will conduct Divine services this coming Sunday at the Roney Plaza Hotel for members of the Officers Candidate School. These services are arranged by and under the auspices of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assosciation. Sabbath Devotional for Service Men Following the regular Kabolas Shabbas service a special Sabbath Devotional is conducted by Rabbi Kellner for members of the Yankee Division stationed in this area. These services are conducted at 8:30 p. m. and 9:00 a. m. A kiddush is served for the men. The soldiers attending these services are feted by members of the congregation prior to the devotional with the traditional Sabbath meal. The following ladies served on the committee last week: Mrs. N. Adelman, Mrs. M. Bear, Mrs. Philip Berkowitz, Mrs. Louis Block, Mrs. Sam Cohen, Mrs. H. M. Kagan. Mrs. A. Kellner, Mrs. D. Kleiber. Mrs. M. Mintzer, Mrs. N. Okinoff. Mrs. L. Pallot, Mrs. J. L. Shochet. Mrs. N. Smillens. Mrs. T. Stein, and Mrs. T. C. Temple. Reception and Rabbi A farewell reception will be tendered to Rabbi Kellner prior to relinquishing his post with the congregation. Max Rifas heads Services of Congregation Shaaray Tefila, temporarily located at 1527 Washington Ave., Miami | Beach, will be conducted Friday | at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9:00 a. m. On Saturday morning Rabbi Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the congregation, will conduct services and speak on the subject of "Contrasting Characters." Shalosh S'udos will be conducted at 7:15 p. m. Saturday. The rabbi will address the audience. Throughout the week services are conducted at 8:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday the rabbi conducts a class in Ein-Yacov and on Wednesday and Thursday a Shiyur in Jewish Law and Customs. Any question concerning Jewish Laws or problems may be asked Rabbi Rackovsky at the congregation or at his residence, 1330 Pennsylvania Ave. Phone 5-5495. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID i.Miaml'H Pioneer CongreRatlon) 13.'. N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-2176 HERMAN ||. MARHE1N, Cantor Phone 5-'.1(163 Mrs. Louis Mai-gulles, Reporting TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Ralibl Emeritus 6!I6 Indian Creek Oiive6-1263 Miami Beach RABBI OILMAN A. ZWITMAN .'400 Lac'.uree Drive. Miami lleaeh Phone 6-1738 Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matter* concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to say, each matter will be held in strict confidence. Regular services at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St., Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Colman Zwitman will be in charge of the services and deliver the sermon. Synagogue Services Morning services daily at 8:30 o'clock; Saturday at 9 a. m.; evenings at 7:45 and 8:20 o'clock. During the absence of Rabbi Max Shapiro who is attending the conference of American Congregations, Cantor Herman Marbein will officiate at the Saturday morning services. Sisterhood Board Meeting At a well attended board meeting held last Wednesday afternoon at Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president of the Sisterhood, outlined the program and made her appointments of committee chairmen for the ensuing year. The first activity for the summer months will be in the form of a card and mah jongg party to be given on Tuesday afternoon, July 7 at the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Samuel Dickson,. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Mrs. Nat Zalka will serve as hostesses. This meeting was followed by a most delightful luncheon served by our president, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Sidney Palmer, congregational president, was a guest at the luncheon. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1S01 South Andrews Avenue Ft. Laud.-rdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON 70,". S. E. Dth Street Telephone ins RABBI MESCHELOFF TAKES VACTION IN NEW YORK CITY feature a program of popular | the committee on arrangements music, vocal numbers by the well known dramatic soprano. Mine. Hilda Lempyl-Lengyel, accompanied by Miss Edith Freeman, and musical numbers on the banjo by Miss Ethel Barron, accompanied by the talented pianist. Miss Anyuta Melicov. Refreshments will be served following the evening's program by a group of ladies of the Sisterhood under the leadership of Mrs. Ben Marbach, Ida Greenblatt, L. Spitz, Sarah Berman, Esther Levy. Marie Balaban. Helen Schoenfield, and others. This activity is carried on in cooperation with the Jewish Ar 1 my and Navy Committee of Greater Miami. NAZIS ATTACK RED CROSS AS 7EWISH ORGANIZATION' Stockholm (WNS>— The International Red Cross was condemned as a "Jewish organization" by the official publication of the Nazi party in Belgium this week. The Nazi newspaper based its charges on the fact that the Red Cross has evinced an interest in the welfare of captured Jewish soldiers in Germany. and the following serve with him: N. Blumberg. G. Chertkof. N. Ginsburg, B. Meyers, S. Reinhard, T. Stein, and T. C. Temple. The reception will he held in the synagogue on Sunday night. July 5th at 8:30 o'clock. Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Harvey Caplan of 1540 S. W. 17th Ave. will be held in our synagogue this coming Sabbath morning. His parents take this means of extending a most cordial invitation to all friends to be present at the ceremonies. Mazel Tov We are happy indeed to express sincere congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. A. Kone. Their new-born girl was named in our synagogue at the services last Monday morning. May they raise their offspring in good health. Congratulations We are pleased indeed to wish a hearty mazel tov to the three couples who were joined in holy wedlock by our rabbi over the last week-end. Miss Ethel Honig and Private Henry Schwartz, Miss E. Fink and Lieutenant D. J. Shapiro, Miriam Bender and Ira S. Levy. May the Lord bless Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and family left this week for a vacation in New York City. While there the Rabbi will attend the annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America of which Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. Service men stationed at Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood Boca Raton and elsewhere are invited. Sisterhood sewing for the Red Cross, British War Relief Society and Bundles for America, Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. The Nazis complained also that thernand gran t them all long and o y Night at Jewish Center the Red Cross was instrumental nappy i ife aiurday night will initiate the in facilitating the transmission of ^^^ a String ,.f UnkJ.UL i ...>,l ..],.i 1M .-..t >>-w-^-io, frnm ^^ %  K'XBH a series of Habdolah re-; food and clothing packages from Bg" 11510 be given at the Miami overseas Jewish organizations to lid A ish Center, 1415 Eucthe Jews in the ghettos of NaziAvenue. Miami Beach. These occupied Poland. ySSuST BROS Hyp ** %  IS the BEST.' wutyou/iuyWitu WAR BONDS Ships of the Destroyer type comprise the bulk of our fighting ships in the American Navy. Their average displacement is about 1800 tons, and they are fast, powerful, and hard hitting. They have been particularly effective in convoy duty and gave a good account of themselves in the Coral Sea engagement. They cost approximately $3,600,000 each. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff he is an executive member. He will lead in the discussion of the Agunah question as it affects service men. Mrs. Mescheloff, vice president' of the Rabbaniot Organization of America, will attend the convention being held next week at the Riverside Plaza Hotel. She will report on the activities of the Miami Beach Habanoth at the meeting of the Women's Branch of the U. O. J. C. A. Every Navy shipyard is turning out Destroyers in record time. They are essential for our two-ocean Navy. Purchase of more and more War Bonds will assure all-out production of these vital unitj for the Navy. Buy every pay day. If everybody invests at least ten percent of his income in War Bonds we can do the job. V. S. Trnunry Dtpartmtnt DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry %  1



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PAGE SIX # JewistflcrldHan FRIDAY. JUN E 26, l 942 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Meet Leo Ackerman. Our Oscar Argintar. Leo Chaikcn. IrvVice President ing Genet. Murray Apte and Nat Leo was born in Chattanooga, Blumberg. Tenn.. on March 22, 1900. He; Athletic committee: Frank came to Miami in August. 1822. Rose, chairman; Carl Weinkle, Al and has resided in Miami ever j Berkowitz. and Al Reisman. since. He is head of the well j Entertainment committee: Larknown establishment carrying his ry Grossberg. chairman; Bernard name, Ackerman Insurance AgSterling, Sidney Palmer, Sam ency. Was married in Miami in Seitlin, Al Pallot. Sol Rotfort. June. 1900. to Babette Simons of and George Rachlin. Shcnandoah. Iowa. Has a daughFinance committee: Carl ter four and one-half years old. Weinkle. Dr. Frank Coret. J. GcrThis is Leo's second year on the [ aid Lewis. Dr. Samuel Beckman. "Y" board and it promises to be Marty Milstein. Ben Meyers. Johis hardest task to date. As seph A. Berman, George Chertvice president. Leo presides at kof and Hany Schwartz. all board meetings which, in itself, is a huge task. Publicity committee: Fred K. Shochet, c h a j r m an: H a r r y Meet Al Reisman. Our Secretary Schwartz and Marty Milstein. Membership campaign committee M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman, Home Camp The second week in the Home Al was born in Atlanta. Georgia, on June 12. 1912. He cam to Miami in 1926 and in 1932 became a charter member of the Y. M. H. A. which was then known Camp showed an increase ill i lias the Hebrew Athletic Club. Has| rollment of over 25 per cent. So been active in "Y" work ever popular has this camp become since. Is presently engaged as that it is the talk in all Jewish an employe of the A. & B. Pipe and non-Jewish circles in this and Metal Company as their ofarea ficc manager. Was the firsl citMany novi l features have been izen of Miami t'> be married at introduced this year. Among the Y. M. II. A. to the former them is a class in Hebrew lor bePearl Roberts, who is presently dinners, taught by Joseph Gadon president of the Y. W. H. A. In of the Beth David Talmud Tothi athletic department Al has rah. Mr. Gaden is one of the outbeen a member of many trophy standing Hebrew instructors in winning teams, especially in the this area and at the initial clas: i bowling department. Al's desire last Tuesday, twi nty-five childis to see immediate activity in ren enrolled for this subject. Anthe "Y" inter for the youth as Other feature is pony rides for well as for the older folks who the children. In cooperation with j may have unintentionally been 'he North Miami Riding Acadj forgotten in favor of the youngemy, ponies are brought to the' cated at S. W. 8th Avenue and 4th Street. We guarantee that Frank Rose will see that each and every one attending will play. In last week's A. K. games, ', Marty Schwartz pitched his A. K.'s to a 9 to 8 victory over I Leo Ackerman's heavyweights. Next week East Lynne vs. the A. K.'s. Duckpin Data Marty Milstein and his mates continued to lead the Y Duckpin League for the tenth straight week, having won 21 and lost 9 games. Individual high score leaders are Marty Milstein with a 107 average. High game. Herman Waitsman. 140. and high set. Hal Levinson. and Sam Seitlin with identical scores of 362. Games are held every Thursday .it 8:30 p. m. at the Recreation Alleys. 301 S. Miami Avenue. We are sorry to state that Jack Apte, manager of the Y Duckpin League, is convalescing at his home from a recent illness. Hurry and g( t well Jack, we need you. Draft Registration at "Y" Just a reminder that the draft registration will take place at [he Y on Tuesday, June 30. from 7 a. m. to II p. in.. ages 18 to 2'). inclusive. The "Y" in Defense A new class lor stretches bl an is was startl d at the Y last Tuesday night. These classes will lake place every Tuesday evening until the course is c< i pleted. B'nai B'rith Notes BY AL GREEN With the coming of summer, in spite of the hot weather and mosquitoes, there has been no let-up in the multiple activities of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. However, an organization cannot exist without a growing membership. New members are needed and each of us must get 4he.se new members. To our mind the best selling point is the active participation of members of our Lodge in defense work. Activities like the sale of Defense Stamps and Bonds, membership in Minute .Man Motor Corps, Air Raid WarJen. Filter Center work. All of ibis work offers the new B'nai B'rith members an opportunity o do Ins part "behind the lines." The Lodge wishes to offer its condolences to Mrs. Burnett Roth in the loss of hi r father who rccently passed away. The social committee is planning a "bang up" affair for July Here is a chance for the members to name their pleasures. The social committee would be glad to receive any suggestions that anyone has to offer for this affair. If you can think of something novel or entertaining which would be enjoyed by the entire membership please contact any of the officers or members of the social committee. We hate to bring up an item such as finances, but dues are needed. At this time the treasury is at a low ebb and our financial secretary has reported that many members' dues are outstanding. Please mail your check immediately to Brother Max Silver, the financial secretary. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. Y ES HI V A EDUCATIONAL CENTER sters. President Berkowitz Appoints Committees At the first meeting of thi board of directors of the Y. M. II. "Y" playground where the children are given free rules on these ponies. The children look torward to these (\i ntS and .">'.serve the rules and regulations of the A. of the new administration. Camp to the letter so that they held at the home of Maurice will be eligible to participate in Grossman, executive director, on these special events. Wednesday. June 17. President Y M H. A. Leads Softball League Phil Berkowitz announced the Victors in 9 out of 10 Softball appointment of the following games, the revamped Y. M. H i committees: A aggregation, led by Frank' House committee: Herman Rose, are now three lull games Waitsman, chairman; Jules Wilahead of their closest opponent, son, s. B, Miller. Max Mintzer, l1 "-' Future Farmers. Davis LackAbe Pepper, Pete Silverman and owite and Seymour Gladstone an Jack Apte. leading the team sluggers with Installation committee: Joe averages of .420 and .368 respect Lipton, chairman: Leo Chaikcn. iveiy, In team batting th< "Y" Harry Schwartz, Sam Seitlin. Jooys are in second place with :, i: rnan and Stanley C. 290 average. Only four games ar. ers. installing officer. '?ft on the schedule to decide the Mi : ibership retention commitlirJl half winners. Coin,' out tee; Aaron Edelman, chairmai ; •" ; and every Sunday .. Hi 1 Chertkof, Al Berkowitz. m. at the Riversidi Ball Park lo The Yeshiva Educational Cen< r. 84'.i Michigan Avenue, will ondUCt classes daily for childri n from kindergarten to talmudic i ducation. Daily services are held at 8:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Saturday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m. li hna and nth> r adult educational classes are held daily at 6:30 p. in. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. Announcement DR. R. S. SPICKARD DR. C."'c. RAY are now associated with Dr. R. S. Ahem DENTIST Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays: 9 to 12 Closed S?turdays "4 N. W. 3STH ST.. MIAMI PHONE 2-2131 for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In IIAIIE PBIIEILVL OF MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION vXHlty/. Which has never paid less than <3j5ft^£<£ 3" en insured savings. fiff!?ifrV£ RESOURCES OVER 31 If* $6,000,000 4}J'U^ J. M. LIPTON. 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FRIDAY. IUNE 26, 1942 +• %  &*>!st) fhricfktr PAGE SEVEN y. M. H. A. BEACH HOME CAMP TO OPEN JULY 6 The first session of the Y. M. H. A. Beach Home Camp will commence Monday. July 6, at 9:30 a^ m. at the Children's Corner, 1849 James Avenue, Miami Beach. Registration will take place beginning June 29 at the Miami Beach Center. 1415 Euclid Avenue mornings from 9 to 1 and at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, evenings' from 6 to 10. Children between the ages of 4 and 12 are eligible. Every child should be accompanied by an adult when registering. The tuition will be $4.00 per week. Transportation can be provided at an extra cost of 10c per trip. Every child will undergo a physical examination by the camp physician before entering. Enrollment is limited and all parents desiring to have their children enjoy the facilities of this Camp are asked to register immediately. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Private Adolph Schutzberg is stationed at Camp Croft, S. C. while his mother, Mrs. Rose Schutzberg will spend the summer in the north. A committee of prominent Jewish residents of Miami Beach, appointed by the Y. M. H. A., is assisting in the formation of the Camp and is making every effort to assure the success of this project at the Beach. The committee is composed of Joseph M. Rose. chairman; Joseph M. Lipton, co-chairman; Rabbi Samuel Bension, Joseph A. Berman, Mrs. Benj. Bronston, M. B. Frank, Irving Frankcl, M. H. Frankel, N. H. Hankoff, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. B. H. London. Mrs. Ben Marbach, Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, Harry Sirkin. Ral : : Leon Spitz. William Arnold of Lake Worth has returned from the north where he was called because of the death of his mother. The semi-monthly meeting of the B'nai B'rith ladies auxiliary was held Tuesday evening at Scher hall. The Beth El card party was held Wednesday evening at Scher hall with Mrs. M. Green and Mrs. Ryder as hostesses. Lieutenant Morton Smith, Army Air Corps, is visiting his parents and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith. Lieutenant Smith recently received his wings in Texas and expects to report for active duty after his furlough. THOMAS MANN, author of "Tht M.flc Mountain," widely read two-volume novel portraying lives of tuberculosis aufferers In Europe, visits the City of Hope, at Duarte, now largest institution of its kind In America providing treatment for Indigent victims of the white plaave and finds that, ones again, America haa eurpassed Europe—this time In "intellectual stimulation and psychological hygiene of tuberculosis sufferers." RABBI BENSION TO ATTEND RABBINICAL CONVENTION RABBI MESCHELOFF ATTENDS COUNCIL MEETING IN N. Y. Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach I a member of the executive committei of the Rabbinical Coun-: cil of America is in New York and will attend the Seventh Annual convention of the group at the Plaza Hotel starting Sunday, I June 28 lasting through July 1st. : The first two days will be held CO-jointly with the Union of Or-1 thodox Jewish Congregations of America. Tin quests of honor at this convention will be Dr. Samuel Belkin, head of the Yeshiva College in New York, and Rabbi Saul Silber. dean of Beth HaMedrash l'Torah in Chicago. Rabbi Joseph Lookstein, president, will outline in his presidential address the many serious religious problems which the second World War has caused. A special feature of this year's convention will be the role of Orthodoxy in the Southern Jewish communities. Rabbi Uri Miller, New Orleans, La.; Rabbi Harry Epstein, Atlanta, Ga.; Rabbi William Drazin, Savannah, Ga., and Rabbi Samuel Cooper, Charleston, West Va., will participate in the program of this session. Mr. Herman Blumberg, winter resident, passed away after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Marie Blumberg, a daughter, and two sons in New York. A Reconstructionist Conference and the Third Annual Meeting of the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation will be held on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 26, 27, 28, in New York City. The tentative program includes. Discussion, "Implementation of the Jewish Reconstructionist Platform"; special service with sermon by Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan; Oneg Shabbat discussion, "The Influence of Reconstructionism on Jewish Life in Various Communities"; Discussion, "Toward a Guide for Jewish Ritual Usage." On Sunday night the third annual meeting of the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation will take place. Pioneer Resident Dies Samuel Scher, 59, Palm Beach pioneer resident and active communal worker until his death, died Friday. Funeral services were held Sunday at the Ferguson Chapel before an overflowing attendance of friends. Rabbi Manuel Grcenstein of Temple Beth-El officiated. A member of Beth-El congregation, he was instrumental in the erection of a building in memory of his brother to house the Joseph Scher Memorial Sunday School, which he founded. Mr. Scher was one of the founders of Palm Beach Lodge 1146, B'nai B'rith, and was a member of Pioneer Lodge of Masons of New York City and of Lake Worth Consistory of Scottish Rite Masons. He leaves his wife Pauline, and a daughter Mrs. Burnett Roth of Miami. Rabbi Samuel Bension of the Miami Beach Jewish Center is expected to attend the forty-second annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly of America which will be held in New York at the Jewish Theological Seminary next week from June 29 to July 1. This is the first time in four years that the convention will be held at the Seminary. Professor Alexander Marx. Librarian of the Seminary, has arranged a special exhibit of rare manuscripts and books, recently acquired by the Library, for the occasion. During these years, many new features have been added to the Seminary's regular departments in its efforts to serve the American Jewish community which looks to this institution for spiritual and educational guidance. Rabbi Samuel Bension will participate in the discussions. N O ONE likes to lie awake; yet every night thousands toss and tumble, count sheep, worry and fret, because they can't get to sleep. Next day many feel dull, logy, headachey and irritable. Has this ever happened to you? 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MILES NERVINE ,_, TABLETS Resolutions extending wholehearted support and unbounded loyalty to President Roosevelt, to the British Commonwealth of Nations and the gallant Russian army; calling for maximum voluntary participation of the Jewish masses on all fronts of the United Nations; an increase in the number of Palestine units on land, sea and in the air were among the salient points of the declaration adopted by the 8th National Convention of the Pioneer Women's Organization held at the Book-Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. June 10th to 14th.. Miss Dvora Rothbard was unanimously elected as National Secretary for the next three years. Highlights of the convention attended by delegates of 235 clubs throughout the U. S. and Canada included the address of the Rt. Hon. Margaret G. Bondfield, former Minister of Labor in the British Government (1929-31), who gave a vivid picture of the evolution of the role of women in present-day Britain, describing their increasing importance in every phase of industry, the growing importance of nursery schools, and discussing the implications in post-war reconstruction. David Ben-Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, called upon the American Jews to increase their efforts for Zionism and Palestine "which has remained a vision although it is now also a reality." A message of encouragement from Dr. Chaim Weizmann, lauding the work of the Pioneer Women's Organization was read at the opening of the convention. Hollis Rinehart, Jr., chairman of the USO Campaign activities for the Greater Miami area, announced that plans are being formed for the coming USO drive to raise funds to continue the organization's work. USO Citizens' Committees are being formed to do the work of USO in districts, sections and communities. These committees will be for the duration of the war. The first of these committees has already been formed in Coral Gables. TO AT Mill BEACH Through the generosity of Carl Weinkle, who has offered the free use of Carl's restaurant, the Greater Miami army and navy committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board will hold the first of a series of dances this Saturday evening at 1711 Alton Road. Dances heretofore held at he Miami Beach Jewish Center will be discontinued because of lack of floor space, and the social and recreational committee of the army and navy committee will have full charge of the dances on Alton Road. The incidental costs for this Saturday evening's affair will be met through a contribution from Sam Blank, chairman of the Greater Miami army any navy committee. Efforts are being made to contact every Jewish service man in the area both for this particular function and for similar social events being planned by the committee. A list of approved hostesses is being compiled and no young lady will be admitted to any dance unless she has an official hostess card. Consideration also is being given by the army and navy committee to the generous offer of Mr. Weinkle that the facilities of the Alton Road structure may be used as headquarters for the work on the Beach. Under such an arrangement. Nathan Rothberg, the JWB worker, would divide his time daily between the present office of the committee in the YMHA building and the proposed quarters on the Beach. A definite announcement will be made shortly regarding this means of increased service to the uniformed boys on the Beach. —Buy War Bonds Today— —Buy War Bonds Today— WAR BDMJS For Better Health Viait the MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health Specializing in Rehabilitation Utilizing Laboratory Tests, Diagnosis, Radionics, Electric Therapy, Spinal Treatments. 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PAGE EIGHT +Je*istncrldton FRIDAY, JUNE 26, l 942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman character. Max Levinsky. Lipton ly interesting .ThereJU-e no pooh-poohs the program of the lags in the book which holds the Anti-Defamation League, which reader's attent.on to the dramat.c he incorrectly labels as the policy end. of "Never speak up for yourself. Dear Adolf Let some Gentile big shot do the Most people don t seem to retalking" Evidently, the writi alizc that a radio station can er has not been very closely in judge the popularity of a radio touch with many important program only by the alienee phases of ADL activity in the last, response Stations should be \ few years which have been con-1 encouraged to cany as many pioducted in its own name, without grams of pro-democratic characI so-called •'Gentile big shot.-.' ter as possible. However, aside from his un-, Station WIOD (610) has just warranted indictment of the begun a series of six quarter-houi ADL. Lipton presents a fairly rebroadcasts under the title ol lalistiC and not unfamiliar pic"Dear Adolf These clrature of social, as well as organmatize the feelings about the war lized anti-Semitism of the hooliand their stake j gan variety Max Levinsky. who has risen from racketeering to a more or less legitimate busROOSEVELT HOME OF HILLEL IN 1. 1 "Brother, the Laugh is Bitter" Hardly a Jew lives, no matter how slim may be his attachment to Jewish life, who does not have his own ideas about how to deal with anti-Semitism .In part, this explains the lack ol greater rogress in civic-protective work, 1) cause of such diversity of opinion, it has been impossible to secure maximum coordination in the face of the common enemy. Naturally, there is nothing sacrosant in the approach of the Anti-Defamation League, or any of the other agencies, to the probli m of anti-Semitism But one looks for something other than men Ij destructive criticism from those who oppose its philosophy. In our opinion, its critics should have something constructive to Offer by way of a substitute That is why we question the vi( wpoint of Louis Lipton. in his first novel. "Brother, the Laugh is Bitter." (Harper and Brothers. New York and London. S2.50). Speaking through his chief mess position, hardly can be .•ailed a representative Jew He is typical, though, of quite a 1 number of shabby characters on the periphery of Jewish life. The story of how Max meets | with anti-Semitism in a personal way and first beconv s ai aware of the "goy problem" is convincing* in its presentation, broadcast eac At the same time, we wish that ?ame I of Americans from many different walks of lift—a tanner, a business man. a housewife and mother, a soldier, and a foreign-bom citizen The material for programs has been obtained ni the field from actual personal inti rvii ws. The first program, featuring Raymond Massey, was aired last iast Sunday at 5:00 p. m. The itinr five in the scries will be Sunday at the Tune your radio instead of ridiculing existing efthis Sunday a: live o'clock, then forts at reducing the incidence lake a minute i write WIOD of anti-Semitism, Lipton had had your comment on the program. his Levinsky do something more is parl of your duty as a l.iyi constructive aboul the problem American eiti/en And once than to use his fists againsl his you heat the program we're sure adversary W< do nol advocate I" u'U feel as thrilled as we wire :i policy of appeasement in deal'• Massey's pr sentation. ing with hate-mongers Yet. While on the subjed ol radio Lipton surely must realize*thai from a long-range pomt of view •"mi nis will not I e dow ned II i y by a display ol physical fortitude, no matter what emotional satisfaction we may derivi thi n from. Although we' may thus take issue with some ol the major premises contained m "Brother, the Laugh is Bitter." we did find Lipton's style of writing extremeHOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN *—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phono MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There is No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK Ae urge, too. thai you tune in 'Lest We Forget" over Station WKAT (1360) This program s hi ard every Wednesday evening at 8:45 ... It. too. is worthy it your commendation. Cut Shabbos! WIPE THM SNEER OFF HIS FACE/ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) where Mrs. Roosevelt delivered the main address. The presentation of the gift was made by A. C. Horn, nationally prominent B'nai B'rith leader who helped raise a large part of the funds and who served as treasurer for the project. On behalf of Hunter College, Dr. George N. Shuster. president, accepted the gift, expressing his gratification that an unusual interfaith program would develop in one of the most cosmopolitan areas in the world, through the vehicle of a house which has such an illustrious tradition. There are 12.300 girls in attendance at Hunter College, of %  A hem about 8.000 are Jewish girls. They will center many of their extra-curricular activities in the Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial House. The various counselors, collaborating with democratically elected student; councils, will develop the religious, cultural, social, recreational. interfaith and social welfare programs, which, emphasizing ethical motivations, will supplement the activities ol the College. The director of Hillel activities at the house will be appointed some time during the summer by the National Hillel Commission, which already supervises the n*, gram of Hillel activities on n e S seventy campuses. In metron n tan New York there is oZoil Hillel Foundation, at BrooX College, which serves CSj nine thousand Jewish students The executive board which car ned on the quiet, unpubliciJd campaign to acquire the ho us ? included Joseph P. Day. chair man; Philip W. Haberman "£ chairman; A. C. Horn, treasurer and Herbert Miner, secretary Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 2-2462 We Call for and Deliver Orderj 172 N. W. 1st Street RAPID ADVANCEMENT lor High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bullet n No Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3.4359 Miami, Forida BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. 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Miami, Fla
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June 26, 1942

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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VOLUME 15No. 26
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1942
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Philedalphla (WNS)Making a I minorities, by a forewarning of
stnn-; plea for the rights of mi- the consequences, develops a "so-
norities, Wendel L. Wilkio, writ-
ing in the current issu-; of the
Saturday Evening Post points
out that "whenever we take away
the liberties of those we hate,
we are opening the way to loss
of liberty for those we love." Mr.
Wilkii '' article, it was under-
stand, was in reply to Miiton
s article, "The Case
Againsl the Jews," which ap-
i several weeks ago in the
same magazine.
"Our way of living together in
A rica is a strong but delicate
he declared in the arti-
cle. "The Case for the Minori-
ties." but adding that "it serves
as a cloak for the protection of
poor and rich, of black and white,
of Jew and Gentile, of foreign
and native born.
"For God's sake, let us not tear
it asunder. For no man knows,
once it is destroyed, where or
when man will find its protect-
ive warmth again."
Wilkio stated that honest dis-
cussion of the wartime menace
to racial, religious and political
ber public judgment that will
prevent any tendency toward a
repetition of such national ignom-
inies as the Ku Klux Klan and
such calamities as the series of
race riots ir. our cities which
grew out of the emotionalism of
the first World War.
"The height of our civilization.
it scorns to me, has been reached
not by our assembly lines, our
inventions or any of our great
factitious development, but by
the ability of peoples of varying
beliefs and different racial ex-
tractions to live side by side here
in the United States with mutual
understanding, respect and help-
fulness," the article says.
"It has always impressed me
that, quite apart from any reas-
ons of humanitarian or justice or
any sentiment regarding the pro-
tection of the weak by the strong,
it is only common sense to safe-
guard jeasously the rights of mi-
norities. For minorities are rich
assets of a democracy, assets
which no totalitarian government
10 GO TO ALBANY
New York.A new unit of the boon
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations j that
will be established at Hunter
College in the fall in
! usual setting. The town house oi
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, President Roosevelt, a beautiful
spiritual leader of the Miami commodious thirty two room
Jewish Orthodox Congregation structure on East Sixty-Fifth
for the past six years, will re-1Stroct- r'gbt in the line of stu-
linquish his post with the syna- dt'nt traffic, has been purchased
gogue this coming week. Max from th* president. The purchase
Rifas, president of the congrega- was m>de possible by the collab-
I oration of
ICONTINUED ON PAr.c 4\
Bl B'RITH WILL
ORTHODOX JEWISH BODIES
IN 44TH NATIONAL MEETING
NRJ
Chica.noB'nai B'rith will join
in a mighty demonstration of na-
tional unity indicative of the
wholehearted support which civ-
ilian organizations are giving the
war effort when it participates
with nine other national, patriot-
ic fraternal, labor, industrial,
and civic organizations in a one-
hour coast-to-coast patriotic pro-
fram to be heard over the Blue
Network on July 4th from 9 to
10 P. m Eastern War Time.
The program will be heard
locally over Station WKAT
The first public announcement
M the wo,k of the National Co-
wdinatnm Committee of the
American Legion, which has been
maeavoring to get consolidated
wpression from representative
organizations in the fraternal.
Patriotic, civic, labor and Indus-
rial f.!d, the program is being
ranged by the American Leg-
Lvn n national commander.
jnn U. Stambaugh, will be mas-
l(r of ceremonies.
adri?,niC'pants in tne Program, in
gdition to Mr. Stambaugh, will
B'nai d- Monsky. president of
Bnth- ;'nd the heads of the
jjertean Federation of Labor,
Benp'!,6hts of Columbus, the
jjnevolen. Protective Order of
of it? Gr,;,nd Lode of Masons
CA the National
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Clubs ederation f Women's
Hundreds of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations will send delegates
to the 44th'Anniversary National
Convention of the Union of Or-
thodox Jewish Congregations of
America, to be held on Sunday
and Monday. June 28 and 29, in
New York City. Convention ses-
sions will be held at the River-
side Plaza Hotel. 253 West 73rd
Street, Manhattan.
The UOJCA Convention Call
has gone out to 2500 Orthodox
Congregations from coast to
Coast, and "hundreds of Syna-
gogues" have already indicated
they will send delegates to the
conclave, the "Union" office re-
ports through its national presi-
dent, William Weiss.
The convention will be held in
cooperation with the Rabbinical
Council of America, the "Union's"
Women's Branch, the National
Union of Orthodox Jewish Youth
and the Jewish University Clubs.
A convention highlight will be
the address of National President
William Weiss, who will review
the "Union's" activities and dwell
jn the Orthodox Synagogue's
contributions to the preservation
of Judaism and the ideals of
democracy.
tion announced.
Leaving to accept the call of
the largest congregation in Al-
bany. Sons of Abraham. Rabbi
Kellner will receive his Master's
degree at the University of
Maine, at Bangor. before assum-
ing his new post about the first
of September.
Coming here from Baltimore.
Md., Rabbi Kellner saw his con-
gregation serving the Orthodox-
wing of Jewry here, outgrow its
quarters, now used for a Talmud
Torah building. He was instru-
mental In building the congrega-
tion's new edifice, more than
'wice the size of the old build-
ing.
During his stay here he served
as a member of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami and
was an officer of the State Rab-
binical group. He conducted ra-
dio programs during the last sev-
eral years once each month. He
took an active part in Jewish
a number of public
spirited Catholic. Protestant and
Jewish leaders who prevailed up-
on the president to decline other
offers for the house. He has given
his permission to have it named
for his mother, the Sara Delano
Roosevelt Memorial House. In-
assmuch as it is planned to have
the counselors of the Newman
Foundation, the Y. W. C. A., va-
rious Protestant Foundations, and
a Hillel Foundation serve the
nuge student constituency at
Hunter College, as neighbors un-
der one roof, the house will be-
:ome a superb symbol of inter-
faith amity and a laboratory for
democratic living.
The nresident has evidently
delighted at the thought
the house, in which his
mother lived for so manv years
almost un- and to which he has so much sen-
tim< ntal attachment, is not to I e
cut up into commercial apart-
ments. Instead, it will be per-
manently attached to Hunter
College as a center of religious,
cultural and social activity. In
letter to Henry Monsky, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith. he' wrote:
"I have a feeling that my moth-
er would have been so happy in
knowing that the houses wire to
be used for such a splendid pur-
pose thai she would have wanted
me to give its sponsors every op-
portunity." In a letter to Dr. A.
L. Sachar, Hillel's national di-
rector, he wrote: "I am really
thrilled at the thought of the use
of the houses as a symbol of in-
terfaith amity."
The Roosevelt House, acquired
by the joint efforts of the B'nai
Bnth Hillel Foundation, the
Newman Clubs, and the Y. W.
C. A has been presented to
Hunter College at the Com-
mencement exercises on June 24,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
BULGARIA SEIZES 3,000 MORE
JEWS FOR FORCED LABOR
POLES TO ADD THIRD JEW
TO ITS NATIONAL COUNCIL
Berne (WNS) The pro-Nazi
Bulgarian Government this week
ordered the conscription of an-
other 3,000 Jews for compulsory
I labor, according to reports re-
ceived here. There are at pres-
ent in Bulgaria 125 special labor
camps for Jews. All Jews in the
country are registered for ser-
vice in the labor battalions.
At the same time the Bulgar-
ian Government issued a decree
forbidding Jewish families to
occupy apartments of more than
two rooms. It was estimated that
at least 25.000 Jewish families
will have to move from their
present quarters as a result of
this regulation. The decree speci-
fies that the Jews may take with
hem to their new two-room
apartments only sufficient furni-
ure and household articles for
two rooms. The Government will
confiscate all "excess" property.
ill BRUTALITIES
IBHKT THE JEWS
FULLY DESCRIBED
MRS. ROOSEVELT NAMED AS
"WORKING GIRL'S FRIEND"
Association
and the Gen-
Chi
'*<> (WNS) Dr. Chaim
nnn urged a war loan
o purchase 1,000,-
*tl2rnann
dun
London (WNS) The Polish
Government-in-exile has agreed
to appoint a member of the Pol-
ish Agudas, orthodox Jewish or-
ganization, to the Polish National
Council, increasing to three the
number of Jewish representatives
in the Council, according to well-
informed sources here.
Polish Jews are now repre-
sented in the Council by Dr. Ig-
nacy Schwartzbard, a Zionist,
and S. Zygelbaum, a Socialist
Bundist. For a number of months
now leaders of the Agudas have
been negotiating with officials
of the emigre Polish Government
for the inclusion
communal affairs and was large-
ly responsible for the inception
of Mizrachi activity in this area.
"We regret exceedingly the
leaving of Rabbi Kellner from
our congregation and from our
midst," Max Rifas, president of
the synagogue stated. "I echo
the sentiment of our board who
disliked greatly having to accept
the rabbi's resignation. We all
felt, however, that we did not
want to hold him back from us-1 camper we had in the years fol-
ing his talent and ability for a I lowing our inception."
larger sphere."
New York (WNSI The Jew-
ish Working Girls Vacation So-
ciety, which operates two sum- bea"rds"ou't"by fo^'rootsT'ln
mcr camps for working girls.'
has selected Mrs. Franklin D.
Roosevelt as the "working girl's
best friend." it was announced.
In announcing the award. Mrs.
Maxwell Steinhart, president of
the society, said that "a living
monument to Mrs. Roosevelt's
great work in promoting the
cause of the working girl is the
type of camper we have today as
contrasted with the kind of
Washington (WNS) An al-
most incredible story of execu-
tions, torture and starvation was
told here by Americans recently
repatriated from Rumania in des-
cribing the conditions of Jews in
that Nazi-governed country.
These Americans said that the
plight of Jews in the province of
Bukovina, wrested from the Sov-
iets by Nazi and Rumanian
troops, defied adequate descrip-
tion. Jews find it virtually im-
possible to obtain food. Many
Jews traded fur-coats and dia-
mond rings for a loaf of bread.
"The first thing the Axis forces
did when entering a town or vil-
lage in Bukovina and Bessarabia
was to round up all the male
Jewish population." it was re-
ported. "Cermans and Rumanian
soldiers then pulled the Jews'
many
cases, they forced the wife and
children of their victim to watch
him being castrated. In Bess-
arabia, thousands of Jewish girls
were seized and sent to brothels
established for the German
troops.
"In one village, German storm-
troopers ordered Rumanian sol-
diers to execute a score of Jew-
ish children. The firing squad's
first volley, however, left the
children unscathed and the sup-
erstitions Rumanians refused to
fire
being New York (WNS)One hun-1 Nazis3 OKtered '
planned by the congregation and j dred leaders of the Catholic, Pro-\ be shot themselves"^^ thav fin-
will be tendered to Rabbi Kell- j testant and Jewish faiths joined i ished the foul inh '
ner Sunday evening, July 5th.
of
New York (WNS)Dr. Albert
Einstein urged Jewish youth to
., apply themselves to the study of
al a dinnerS- f la"d '" Palestine' for the inclusion in the National the Hebrew language and litera- Everett R. Clinchy. president of Greece during the h"eroi'c"strue^
b>' 'ho J >jPpnSOred '" his nonor j Council of a representative of the J ture in order to keep alive their the National Conference of Chris- against the invaders in a sn -1
' F- I orthodox point of view. (cultural values. i tians and Jews. message to the Chief Rabbi
joined | ished the foul job.
this week in voicing their horror
over the "deliberate massacre of
the entire town of Lidice in
Czechoslovakia by Nazi orders,
it was announced here by Dr.
London (WNS) A. Michalo-
poulos, exiled Greek Minister of
Information, praised the courage
the Jewish community of



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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, JUNE 26.
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
Mr. Philip Bcrkowitz left for
the north on a business trip.

Mr. Leo Lipowsky left for
Camp Blanding to join the armed
forces.

Mr. Mickey Lubel will leave
Friday for Camp Blanding to en-
ter the U. S. service.

Mr. Harry Wasserman left
Tuesday for Sharron Springs.
New York, where he will spend
the summer.

Mr. Leopold Rosenbaum and
daughter. Beatryce. left for Es-
sex Falls. N. J.. where they will
remain for the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte will
leave Sunday for New York and
the mountains where they will
remain for a month.

Miss Bette Rosen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosen.
left this week to visit relatives
in Boston and Portland, Maine.

The misses Marcie Adelman.
Jeannctte Cohen and Evelyn
Greenwald will leave Sunday for
a two week vacation to Asheviile.
N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Isador Langner
are visiting with their daughter
and her family in New York City
where they intend remaining for;
the summer months.

Miss Charlotte Blumberg.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Blumberg. and Alicia Gulkis.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teddy
Gulkis. will leave Saturday for'(
Camp Delaware in N. J.. where
they will spend the summer.

Gottfried K. Newman, attorney ,
of Miami Beach. 4580 Post ave..
left this week for Cambridge.
Mass.. where he will complete his
basic training as an Ensign in
the Navy. Enroute he will visit
his mother. Mrs. Freda Newman.
in Atlantic City. He was ac-:
companied by his wife and child.
The marriage of Esther Shochet to Alvin Frederick Gardner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon W. Gardner of Miami Beach, was announced
this week by the bride's mother. Mrs. J. Louis Shochet. A resident
of Miami for many years. Mrs. Gardner attended schools here and
served with The Jewish Floridian staff. Mr. Gardner attended
schools in Chicago and Miami Beach and received his Associate of
Arts Degree at the University of Florida. He is now in his senior
year at the Atlanta Southern Dental College. Atlanta. He is treas-
urer of the Alpha Omega Fraternity. Upon graduation he will en-
ter the armed forces as first lieutenant, for which he now holds a
reserve commission. The couple honeymooned in Daytona Beach
and will reside in Atlanta.
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Mrs. Albert Brown, will be Bar |
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Jacob. In the absence of Rabbi
Mescheloff Mr. M. B. Frank,
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will address the boy and presi nt
the certificate. A reception will
follow.
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IN "WINNING YOUR
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The marriage of Lieutenant
Jerome C. Hoffmayer to Miss
Marcella Ungar took place Wed-
nesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Ungar. the bride's
parents. Officiating at the service
was Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
The board meeting of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will be held Wednesday at 10:00
a. m. at the Council House.

A tea will be held at the home
of Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. 3114 Prairie
Avenue. Miami Beach. Monday.
June 29th, 1:30 p. m.. sponsored
by the Miami Chapter Women's
Division American Jewish Cong-
ress for members and their
friends. Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein will
review Ambassador Davis' Mis-
sion to Moscow. Mrs. Lutsky will
be assisted by Mrs. Essie Berg-
man. Mrs. Susan Fleischman.
Mrs. Ernie Woolfe and Mrs. B.
London.

The Gant Gaither Theater has
been leased by Carmen Balfour
and will in future be known as
the Carmen Balfour Theater.
Carmen Balfour is the director
of the American-British School of
the Theater, formerly the Hol-
lywood-British School of the
Theater. The summer course is
now in progress. The students
gave a performance at the Na-
tional Cardiac Home for Child-
ren on Sunday last. Taking part
were Thelma Stevens, Barbara
Kent, and specialty dances were
contributed by Aubrey Floyd,
and Richard and Aileen Lanicka.
as guest artists.
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The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs
Dora Rosengartcn, wife of Mr
I. Rosengarten. will take place
next Sunday afternoon. July 5th
at the Woodlawn Park Cemetery.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
FEDERATION TO HOLD MEET
According to announcement
made this week by Mrs. Benja-
min LeVine. general chairman of
the Arrangements Committee,
final plans have been completed
for the fourth annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration, scheduled for Wednesday
evening. July 8. at the Beth Da-
vid Talmud Torah.
As a result of careful planning.
the meeting will be conducted in
a novel manner. The Program
Committee used as its model the
procedure followed by the Cong-
ress of the United States, con-
vening in special joint session.
Speaker of the House. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, will introduce to
the general assembly eight indi-
viduals who will serve as "Cong-
ressional experts," and will tes-
tify regarding the local, national
and overseas services:
Recreation and Character
Building Services, Mrs. Max Do-
brin; Case Work Services. Mark
Max; Emigre Services. Mrs. Mon-
te Selig: Hebrew Education.
Rabbi Leon Spitz: Army and
Navy Work. Sam Blank; Civic-
Protective Work, Day J. Apte;
Maintenance of Jewish Culture
in U. S., Louis Heiman; Rehabil-
itation and Relief Work. Stanley
C, Myers.
A brief message will be deliv-
ered by the president. Benjamin
E. Bronston, and a report will be
made by Louis Heiman. chairman
of the Constitutional Committee,
concerning recommendations cov-
ering a revision of the Federation
constitution.
There will be election of offi-
cers and members of the board.
with Mrs. Benjamin Meyers pre-
senting the recommendations of
the Nominating Committee.
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PAGE THREE
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
niiiH'liet, .\. Louis Meohlowlts. md
Paul Weltiman.)
(Contributions to this column are
welcomed, particularly In the form of
letters received hare from Oreater
Miami boya now In the service.)
Another Miami Beach Jewish
boy makes good Maurice
Murry Pollack, son of Joseph
Pollack, has been graduated from
the U. S. Navy hospital corps
school at Portsmouth, Virginia, at
Maurice Murry Pollack
the head of his class of 157 .
Nol only that, but he has set the
precedent of being the first stu-
dent in the history of the school
lo graduate with a grade of
100';.
Murry was in the construction
business here prior to his enter-
ing the service. He built some of
Beach's largest and finest hotels
and also the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Cut, r.
His host of friends here were
not too astounded about his bril-
liant achievement They say
Ihey always expected big things
irry and with this start
Murry will probably have a ca-
reer as an M. D.
11 you are inclined to be cred-
ask tiie proud father to
show yen the letter received from
nel officer of the Navy,
wrote, "] congratulate you
such a son and I am
certain that he will always de-
l with credit to you,
His Coui try, and his service."
V-.rrapeutic Center
A th' rapeutic center! ....
Thafs exactly what the JWB
army and navy committee head-
quarters in the YMHA turns out
to De on occasion There is
for instance, that non-Jewish sol-
dier boy who came there recently
on a Saturday night, feeling
mighty blue and in the mood for
a good case of suicide (at least
that is what he said) ... At any
rate, he was taken under the wing
|of the worker and then of the
chairman of the hostess commit-
I tee ... By the close of the even-
: ing he had sufficiently recovered
his equilibrium to cast aside all
doleful thoughts.
This little incident illustrates
what perhaps may be considered
the chief advantage of profession-'
al planning and attention to a
program for the men in uniform
. There is no substitute for,
personal service and all the rec-
reational facilities in the world
would be of small moment if, in
addition, the personal factor of
having someone to whom the
boys can tell their troubles, were
not present also.
Like Father, Like Son
Among the enlisted men from
Miami are the two Bloomberg
boys. Louis and David M., the
former now stationed at Tampa,
the latter in officers' training on
, the Beach David's father.
George W.. writes in to say he
is proud that his boy is follow-
ing in his footsteps ... He him-
self is a veteran of World War I.
where he was wounded in action.
They Do Their Share
Every other week the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge is sponsoring
a dance for the commissioned men
... A aoed'y percentage cf *.!.:
membership of this lodge and of
its auxiliary, the Anna Miller
Circle, is Jewish.
The recreational hall at Beth
Jacob congregation is going
strong, with entertainment and
table games every evening with
the exception of Friday The
program of this new service on
the Beach is being co-ordinated
through the Army and Navy
Committee.
Here Comes the Eride
Romance has not ceased be-
cause of this grim business of
war ... If anything, its pace has
been accelerated ... In recent
weeks R-, technical school squadron has
taken unto himself a bride .
Second Lt. Morris B. Pinner has
been joined for better or for
worse with Helen Louise Sha-
Pjr This romance started at
; the U. of Miami, when Penner
| was attending the Pan Am navi-
gation school ... And that isn't
| a There are others, too
numerous to list this week.
The Loss of a President
Bnai Brith loses a president, as
Bill Pallot of Fort Lauderdale
enters the navy, with the rank of
ensign ... We don't quite know
what the lodge will do without
Bill, who has put a lot of work
into Bnai Brith Good luck
to you, Bill!
IN THE JEWISH
WORLD 0F_SP0HT5
By Victor Wayne
(This Is (he first of < seiii's of
two articles on pinR-poni;a man's
slsed name rather than the parlor
; pastime is. has been i-onslilereil by
people who sneer at this eport In-
stead of plnyinK It. It |s just an-
other Of those sports in which Jews
have lieen especially successful.)
RABBI ZWITMAN ELECTED TO
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
are out to get that guy Pagliaro.
For the first time in years Schiff
and Heitner are on the same side
of the fence. But, above all, please
remember that ping pong is not a
sissy's game. Played on the pro-
per level, an athlete drops be-
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tournament.
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NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of
Temple Israel of Miami, was
elected National Vice-President
of the Rabbinical Association of
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
for the third consecutive term!
The meeting of the Association
was held in conjunction with the
annual Summer Institute for
Rabbis, which is under the aus-
pices of the Association, and
which was held, this year, from
June 12th through the 19th. This
year's Institute featured a sym-
posium on The Stake of Religion
in the Pri sent Conflict" with the
participation of Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, president of the Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, Bishop Fran-
cis J. McConnell of the Metho-
dist Church of America, Dr Is-
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
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the Council for Social Action of
the Congregational Churches,
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Rabbi Zwitman also prei
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and is returning to New York,
where he will attend the Min-
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Theological Seminary, as a part
ol the summer sessions of Colum-
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j country runner with his tongue
; hanging out will probably tilt
: your noses scornfully at the very
mention of ping pong. That's the
I very way we felt up to a year
| ago when we first saw Sandor
j Glancz, the Hungarian Jew who
has held the world's professional
, title for many years, perform
I along with Sid Heitner and Solly
(Schifftwo of the outstanding
players this country has pro-
duced. Thus a year ago we wrote:
j Don't let anybody kid you into,
believing that ping pong is a
sissy's game. On the contrary, it
is a fast, thrill-packed contest
that calls for dazzling speed, bril-
, liant accuracy and plenty of
power Power in ping pong?
The two seem so far apart .
but ask Solly Schiff the cham-
pion ping pong player who just
lost his title to Joe Pagliaro and
he'll tell you why power and '
drive and coordination are so iro- ;
I portant in this man-sized game.
I (And when in the presence of
ueh champs as Schiff or Heit-
' nor or Ruth Aarons. always re-
member to refer to the game as
"Table Tennis.") And, brother,
! when ping pong went out as a
parlor game, table tennis came in
":'- r.". its virility and punch."
Although an Italian clerk, Joe
Pagliaro holds the championship
, today, there have been eleven
Jewish national champions since
the ping pong players formed a
Table Tennis Association that is
officially recognized by the Ama-
teur Athletic Union. Three of the
American champs have also held
world titles. As a matter of facl
, until Pagliaro took over nobody
but a Jewish table tennis ace had
' held the championship. The grou]
j mentioned above docs not include
I two Jewish women champions
one of whom. Ruth Aarons. held
the world's crown until she was
dedaren a professional because
of hi r appearance for three weeks
at that swanky night club, the
Rainbow Room, atop Radio City
in New York. But don't let this
business of amateur and pro
n likings of the Table Tennis A-.
i alarm you. fn all fair-
s to the association, it must be
mentioned that i'. has not as yet
reached the gigantic stale of op-
erations that older and ritz
rival, the U. S. L. T. A. boas -
where ii can afford t" pay 18
bucks a clay for a masseur for a
TUden or buy a daily corsage ol
orchids for such an erstwhile
like Helen Wills Moody. Ol
course, there are paid trips to
tournaments but no salaries for
the 'hams' as yet. But give it a
..chance. Tabble Tennis is growing
by leaps and bounds.
For the past five years there
have usually been from 200 to
300 contestants at each national
tournament and the performers!
have come from all parts of the;
country. The spectators pay any-
where from 50 cents to 5 bucks to
watch and the championship ses-1
sions are usually jammed. Twelve j
or fifteen specially constructed [
tables are in action at once and
i when the balls begin bouncing.,
the bedlam is terrific.
Until Pagliaro arrived on the
. scene, our two Jewish ping pong-
ers, Solly Schiff and Sidney Heit-
ner were two of the bitterest
rivals in the table tennis arena.
Next week we'll give you the
low down on the "training" re-
quired by one of these super ath-
letes especially since both lads
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MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 1942
The Move-Long Awaited Man and the Nation
Interesting and welcome news was the an-
nouncement made by the Y. M. H. A. this
week. The opening and sponsorship of a
Home Camp on Miami Beach received hearty
endorsement. Not only that the need existed
for this program was the cause of this fav-
orable response but that factual activity to-
wards recognizing Miami Beach as part of
Greater Miami's Y. M. H. A. and Community
Center program was demonstratively evi-
dent. The structure of Greater Miami has
always been a factor in trying to serve one
community when in actuality there is two.
One entity but two groups. Working as one
yet each having their distinct problems.
The Y-Center program of a cultural, recrea-
tional and youth charater building nature has
gradually progressed in Miami expanding as
years went by and the institution grew and
came into its own. Lack of funds, dearth of
cooperation and many other items all retard-
ed the "Y's" expansion program, prevented
its becoming an outlet and serving the pur-
pose for which it was created and for which
it exists.
With the assistance of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, who will back this par-
ticular phase financially, the Y. M. H. A. will
extend its activities to Miami Beach. For the
first time in the history of the boys and girls
residing there will they be able to participate
in a program of play and activity of a Home
Camp.
This first step is the move that eliminates
doubt as to the "Y" of Greater Miami serv-
ing the beach. It foretells that the Y. M. H. A.
is Beach conscious and will plan and present
a program for Miami Beach. It foretells that
Y. M. H. A. and Center activities will be spon-
sored and directed by the organization that
is here for that purpose, the Young Men's
Hebrew Association of Greater Miami.
As the war proceeds and peace-time plan-
ning achieves formal recognition, international
amity and cooperation are seen as an obvi-
ous and necessary basis for any just and per-
manent post-war order. Without these there
can be no peace between nations nor unity
within the nations.
Clear-cut understanding of this principle
was exhibited this week by 17 leading Pro-
testant ministers throughout the country.
These ministers issued a warning against
"Quisling clergymen" who preach "an ex-
treme nationalism and ultra-isolationism," and
who are against all international cooperation.
Pointing out the methods of pro-Nazis who
attempt to undermine all international coop-
eration by spreading distrust and racial hat-
red, these ministers pledged themselves to
expose all American Quislings who would
destroy our way of life.
This fortright and honest stand which was
clearly delineated by the Protestant clergy-
men does more than serve warning "on those
American Quislings in the Protestant fold."
It established itself as a true force of dignity
and strength in a warring world. Christian-
ity as a factor in the evolution of mankind
regains a point which might have been lost
when clergymen with the Hitler doctrine of
hate in their hearts misused their own relig-
ion to undermine the advanced position of
civilization.
The responsibility of all spiritual leaders
of the people in bringing about better under-
standing and amity between peoples cannot
be underestimated. International cooperation
depends on the good will of man to man. The
role of the churches and temples play in nur-
turing peace and amity in the hearts of men
will influence to some extent the success of a
post-war world based on international co-
operation.
WILKIE GALLS ON
II. S. TO
i i
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
cai fford, Dictatorship must, of
i ssity, fear and suppress
them, But within the tolerance
of a democracy, minorities are
the constant source of new vigor.
"To suppress minority think-
ing and minority expression
would tend to freeze society and
prevent progress. For the ma-
jority itself is stimulated by the
existence of minority groups. The
human mind requires contrary
expressions against which to test
itself.
protecting the nation from sub-i
versive activities." He said he
has been -appalled at the cal-
lous indifference of high officers
o! the Navy" to the discrimina-
tion against Negroes and dis-
I by similar discrimin
often in the ranks ol labor and1
ry. He criticized the De-
partment of Justice tor revoking
the citizenship of naturalized cit-
izens suspected ol fi reign alleg-
iance in.su ad ol prosecution on
{es and says it is "sicken-
ing" to si e political parties flirt-
ing with remnants of anti-Cath-
olic Ku Klux Klanism and hesi-
tating to denounce the anti-Sem-
j itism of Coughlanites and others."
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WARMS JEWRY OF
"As citizens we must fight in
their incipient stages all move-
ments by government or party or
pressure groups that seek to limit
the legitimate liberties of any of
our fellow citizens."
Wilkie added that government
frequently, through excess zeal
in seeking to quickly accomplish
a purpose, is the oppressor and
that political parties, anxious for
vote catching, "become tolerant
to intolerant groups." He cited
the "excessive wartime activities"
of investigation bureaus of Con-
gress and the Administration
"employed with the excuse of
gggRSgflMg BONDS &STMHPS
U. S. Trtcuury Difarlmtnl
Cairo (WNS)A warning that
the fall of Tobruk to the Axis
armies marked the beginning of
final destruction of world
Jewry was made this '. bj
the Rome radio, which n I
to the Libyan battle as a contin-
uation of the fight of the an
Roman Empire against till Jews.
Brimming over with joy. the
Fascist spokesman said that the
"Romans were the tirst people
to recognize the necessity of ex-
terminating Jewry." He added
that the Romans were unsuccess-
ful because at that time other na-
tions refused to support the Ro-
mans. As a result of this lack
of cooperation, the Rome radie.
said, the Roman Empire was de-
stroyed by Jewry.
Germany. Japan and Italy have
the might, however, tne Axis
radio declared, to complete the
task and the Axis victory at To-
bruk 'signalizes the beginning of
the end of world Jewry."
The nation needs all scrap rub-
ber. Look around your home and
grounds and gather up all rubber
of any kind. Take this to the
filling station nearest you.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Mucdy, Confidential
-By PHTNEAS J. BIRON-
FROM THE CAPITAL
Washington rumor, not always
completely reliable, has it that
Herbert Bayard Swope is slated
for a big War Department job .
Possibly it's based on the fact
that Swope was the originator,
quite some months ago, of the
nifty which, in a number of vari-
ations, is turning up in the men's
clothing ads nowadays: "The best
dressed man is the man in uni-
form" German propaganda,
reaching us via short-wave, is
identifying Elmer Davis, Ameri-
ca's new information chief, as a
Jew "Don't let a Jew tell
you what to say," the Goebbel-
sites are screaming Sorry,
Gabbyproud though we'd be to
claim Mr. Davis, his ancestry
precludes it .
LISTEN HERE
Aside to Addled Adolf. Those
underhanded Britishers are gyp-
ping you You earned 2,000
pounds last year in royalties on
the British edition of your
"Kampf," but do these thieving
Englishmen send it to you? .
Nothey give the money to the
Red Cross, and send you many
times 2.000 pounds of bombs in-
stead Soon you'll be able to
spit on Hitler right in this coun-
try .. The U. S. Patent Office
has registered a new cuspidor
designed as the spittin' image of
Adolf's puss .The name of this
new contraption is "the Spitler"
. Look twice at any one who
tries to tell you that the Nazi
short-wave station "Debunk" is
located in our own midwest .
The propaganda it unlooses
through the ether comes directly
from Hitlerlandbut the local
fifth columnists are trying to
sell the line that it originates in
Iowa .
JEWISH NEWS
Don't let anyone kid you about
Lord Wedgwood's standing and
influence in the Jewish commun-
ity of London The 1942 cam-
paign of England's United Jewish
Charities is headed by this Chris-
tian Zionist peer He has, in-
cidentally, mailed letters to his
thousands of friends in America,
and we hope they come through
with big donations Sidney
Wallach. executive secretary of
the American Jewish Committee,
has resigned After nine years
with the Committee he decided to
realize his ambition to enter the
publishing field Congratula-
tion- to Eri Jabotinsky, son of
Vladimir, and one of the main-
stays of the Committee for a Jew-
ish Army ... He ge>t married
last week to a charming lady
from France, an old flame .
au, Jabotinsky and Brainin.
names that are household
wherever Jews live, are
entering a new phase in Jewish
life through their daughter and
sons, respectively, the second
generation being engaged in act-
rvice for the formation of a
Jewish Army Last week, by
' i way, the Jewish Army Com-
mittee suffered some casualties
. Pierre van Paassen. its na-
tional chairman, was ordered by
his doctor to take a complete rest,
and Peter Bergson, its national
director, had to go on the operat-
ing table for an appendectomy.
THE ARTS
"The Pilot of Our Life-Boat"
is the title of an impressive paint-
ing by Alexander Berth ... It
Shows President Roosevelt as a
determined, weatherbeaten sea-
man piloting to safety sixteen
representative types of the Unit-
ed Nations Among them is a
pious Jew. with a prayer shawl
over his head, reading his prayer
-Til* Irvin8 Berlin's show
This Is the Army" is expected
to raise over a million dollars for
Army Emergency Relief
Paramount, which has bought
the screen rights, is donating all
the profits of the picture to the
relief organization And Be
lin himself and Mark Sandrich
are going to make a picture with
out salary Remember when
Dinah Shore made her bow be
fore a nationwide radio audience
as the guest artist on Eddie Can
tor's program? Well .
about being fair play, Dinah re-
cently had Eddie as guest artist
on her air show ... We hope you
noticed that Alexander Korda
who belongs high up in the list
of Jewish movie geniuses-others
being Russia's Serge Eisenstein
and the late Irving Thalberg of
Hollywoodand who has done
more than any one' else for the
renaissance of the British cinema.
has been knighted We'll let
you in on a secretstage and
screen star Leslie Howard will
be on the next honors list,
ABOUT PEOPLE
David Sarnoff, head of the Ra-
dio Corporation of America, is
in uniform now And a full-
fledged colonel, too His son,
you'll remember, is an ensign.
And Max Baer, the one-time box-
ing champ, is trying desperately
to get into uniform The ru-
mor that Albert Lasker resigned
from the University of Chicago's
Board of Trustees because of Mil-
ton Mayer's Saturday Evening
Post article (Mayer being on the
University's faculty) are all
wrong Lasker differs sharply
with Robert Hutch ins, president
of the University, on almost ev-
ery political question Prom-
ise of becoming the new genera-
tion's Shirley Temple is given by
Susan Levine, a five-year-old
who'll be presented for your in.
spection in the new Abbott and
Costello film. "Pardon My Sar-
ong" But don't bank on Su-
san's name remaining unchanged
if she does achieve stardom .
Which reminds us to tell you
we've just learned that Irene
Manning's name has no resem-
blance to her real moniker, which
is Hope Harvuot, but is an adap-
tation of the name of her hus-
band, Harold Manheim, a screen
publicist who right now is in the
service of his Uncle Sam
Georgie Jessel is trying to revive
"The Jazz Singer." the play in
which he scored his greatest
stage success, some fifteen years
ago Georgie wants to present
it in a modernized version.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
We're indebted to Winchell for
the tale of young Maxie Mefoo-
sky. who fell in with some tough
brats who taught him the Nazi
salute When he came home,
Maxie paraded all over the hou
demonstrating the' salute
yelling: "Hell Hitler!"
foosky pleaded with his kaddW
to desist, but to no avail
Finally, in desperation, he calM
in a doctor, who watched tne
stiff-armed salute with gw*e
head-shakings "Tell me, doc-
tor." cried Mefoosky frantically,
"do you think we'll have to am-
putate?" Then theres Harry
Hershfield's report of
and
Mc-
telegrams
ex-
bctwecn
change of
Signorbeg pardon. Junior-
Mussolini and Herr Hitter.
"I'm starvingrush food Benii
wired to his senior partner _
"Pull in your belt." Adolf *J
back Whereupon Muss wired
again: "Rush belt."
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FRIDAY. JUNE 26. 1942
-Jewlsli fkrldtor
PAGE FIVE
With .the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
Mi SAMUEL BENSION. Rabbi
1Ti36 Jeffernon Avenue
l'hone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
The Beth Sholem Jewish Cen-
ter of North Beach announces
that Sabbath services will be
temporarily discontinued until
suitable quarters are located.
A meeting will be held Satur-
day, June 27th, at 8:00 p. m. at
the home of Jacob Slaff, 4215
Friends are wcl-
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1S23 S. \V. 14th Terrace
I'lione 3-5MI
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TOBAH
1">4.". S. W. Third .Street
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Miami Beach
Sabbath Service. uay, June zvtn, at 8:00 p. m. at SERVICE SCHEDULE
This Friday evening at.8.00; the home of Jacob Slaff, 4215 Daily Minyon So a
o'clock regular services both for j Prairie Ave. Friends are wcl- Mincha*-------------7-30 o m
civilians and soldiers will be | come to attend. | Maariv 8 00 nm
held On Saturday morning the For furtner intormation Dr ; SaturdayTIZZZZ 9:00 a. m.'
Max Ellis, in charge of the Cen-1
ter's activities, may be contacted!
at 980 W. 48th St., Miami Beach.
Phone 58-2188.
services commence at 9 o'clock
and Dr. Bension will preach on
the Scriptural portion. At 7 p.
in. Mincha and the oneg shabbos
will be conducted.
Soldiers Lead Religious Services
Religious services for men in
uniform are held regularly ev-
ery Sunday at 10 a. m. at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center, 1415
Euclid Avenue. On Sunday, June
28th these services will be con-
ducted by the soldiers themselves
i/ho will lead in prayer and re-
;ponsive readings.
Cantor Josef Lengyel is in
charge of the musical program.
Miss Ruth Brotman, noted so-
prano, will render a solo. Dr.
Samut 1 Bension. the rabbi of the
Jewish Center, will give a review
of John Steinbeck's recent book,
"The Moon is Down."
These services are open not
only to all men in uniform but
the public generally is also wel-
come.
Bar Mitvzahs
Congratulations are due to the
families of Jack Platt and Aaron
Bullowitz on their bar mitzvah
occasions this Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock at the Center syna-
gogue.
Sisterhood Party
The Sisterhood under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Fae Simms is
planning a party in the very near
future. Under the leadership of
Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld a group
of ladies are canvassing the com-
munity to secure dinner invita-
tions and home hospitality for
the soldiers. The exact date of
holding the rummage sale will be
announced. In the meanwhile
another group of women have
volunteered to serve as hostesses
at thi Center Soldiers Recreation
Mrs. Ben Marbach is in
Mrs. Ada Greenblatt is
rig excellent service as
the hostess in charge of the
Wei k v receptions for soldiers.
Center Opens Free Religious
Sunday School
Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
opened a Religious School
n which will meet ev-
er) S iday throughout the sum-
10:30 a. m. There is no
fee and all children from
'he ag< s of 6 to 16 are welcome,
lie] Bension, assisted by
i).i | Frcedman, are in charge
o this school.
1 curriculum consists large-
club activities and the
will be known as the
l" Habonim, "The Builders
n." The classes will be
organized along military lines
a"(i each class will be designated
as a -roop. The children will
arn the military commands in
nennw and learn the history of
weir people and the life of the
modern Palestinian pioneers
wrougn dramatic activities,
ongs. stories, and drills.
v-hi.dren should be registered
nml lately at the Center office.
Men's Club Meeting
Un Tuesday night the Center
""n B Club met under the presi-
*ncy of Nat Hankoff, and adopt-
^-Jaws and also arranged for
urni.hmg the Social Room for
we soldiers. Milton Sirkin is in
enarge.
Habdolah Receptionf Qpen Sat.
"Jty Night .t J.wUh Center
first
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington
Street.
Avenue
Miami
and Third
Leach
MOKES MESfHELqEF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, l'hone 5-1328
MAURICE MAM CUES', Cantor
!>N 8. W. 2lNt Terrace, I>h. 4-0406
Shachriss daily at 8:30 a. m.;
Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Mincha,
daily at 7:45 p. m. Maariv. daily
at 8:15 p. m.; Saturday at 8:30
p. m. Service men's Minyan,
Sunday at 9:00 a. m. Service
men's service Sunday at 9:30 a.
m., under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation.
Bar Mitzvah
Robert Brown will celebrate
his becoming a bar mitzvah dur-
ing the services this Saturday
morning. His friends are all in-
vited.
Rabbi's Vacation
Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff left
this week for a vacation in New
York during which they will at-
tend a number of conventions.
Rabbi Mescheloff has also ar-
ranged to bring greetings from
many of the hundreds of service-
men who have been daily utiliz-
ing the facilities of our Service
Men's Recreation Hall.
will replace the weekly Saturday
night dances which will be taken
over by the Jewish Welfare
Board to Alton Road and 18th
Street. The reception will not
include dancing but it will be
comprised of the intonation of
the Habdolah service, of com-
munity singing,' both patriotic
and Jewish traditional, and will
Pro Patria
Last week we reported one of
our members who has two sons
in the armed services of our
country. This week we are proud
to add Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wein-
traub of 1261 S. W. 5th Street,
whose two sons are enrolled in
the Army of Democracy. We
pause to salute and extend greet-
ings to Corporal Milton Wein-
traub at Fort Jackson, and Stan-
ley Weintraub, who is in the Ma-
rine Corps.
With the Rabbi
Rabbi Kellner will conduct Di-
vine services this coming Sunday
at the Roney Plaza Hotel for
members of the Officers Candi-
date School. These services are
arranged by and under the aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Assosciation.
Sabbath Devotional for Service
Men
Following the regular Kabolas
Shabbas service a special Sab-
bath Devotional is conducted by
Rabbi Kellner for members of
the Yankee Division stationed in
this area. These services are
conducted at 8:30 p. m. and 9:00
a. m. A kiddush is served for
the men. The soldiers attending
these services are feted by mem-
bers of the congregation prior to
the devotional with the tradi-
tional Sabbath meal. The follow-
ing ladies served on the commit-
tee last week: Mrs. N. Adelman,
Mrs. M. Bear, Mrs. Philip Berk-
owitz, Mrs. Louis Block, Mrs.
Sam Cohen, Mrs. H. M. Kagan.
Mrs. A. Kellner, Mrs. D. Kleiber.
Mrs. M. Mintzer, Mrs. N. Okin-
off. Mrs. L. Pallot, Mrs. J. L.
Shochet. Mrs. N. Smillens. Mrs.
T. Stein, and Mrs. T. C. Temple.
Reception and Rabbi
A farewell reception will be
tendered to Rabbi Kellner prior
to relinquishing his post with the
congregation. Max Rifas heads
Services of Congregation Shaa-
ray Tefila, temporarily located
at 1527 Washington Ave., Miami
| Beach, will be conducted Friday
| at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9:00
a. m. On Saturday morning Rab-
bi Rackovsky, spiritual leader of
the congregation, will conduct
services and speak on the subject
of "Contrasting Characters."
Shalosh S'udos will be conduct-
ed at 7:15 p. m. Saturday. The
rabbi will address the audience.
Throughout the week services
are conducted at 8:00 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
On Sunday, Monday and Tues-
day the rabbi conducts a class in
Ein-Yacov and on Wednesday
and Thursday a Shiyur in Jewish
Law and Customs.
Any question concerning Jew-
ish Laws or problems may be
asked Rabbi Rackovsky at the
congregation or at his residence,
1330 Pennsylvania Ave. Phone
5-5495.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
i.Miaml'H Pioneer CongreRatlon)
13.'. N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone, 2-2176
HERMAN ||. MARHE1N, Cantor
Phone 5-'.1(163
Mrs. Louis Mai-gulles, Reporting
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Ralibl Emeritus
6!I6 Indian Creek Oiive6-1263
Miami Beach
RABBI OILMAN A. ZWITMAN
.'400 Lac'.uree Drive. Miami lleaeh
Phone 6-1738
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matter* concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to say, each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael, 137 N. E. 19th St., Friday
evening at 8:15 o'clock.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman will be
in charge of the services and
deliver the sermon.
Synagogue Services
Morning services daily at 8:30
o'clock; Saturday at 9 a. m.; eve-
nings at 7:45 and 8:20 o'clock.
During the absence of Rabbi
Max Shapiro who is attending
the conference of American Con-
gregations, Cantor Herman Mar-
bein will officiate at the Satur-
day morning services.
Sisterhood Board Meeting
At a well attended board meet-
ing held last Wednesday after-
noon at Beth David auditorium.
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president
of the Sisterhood, outlined the
program and made her appoint-
ments of committee chairmen for
the ensuing year. The first ac-
tivity for the summer months
will be in the form of a card
and mah jongg party to be given
on Tuesday afternoon, July 7 at
the Beth David auditorium. Mrs.
Samuel Dickson,. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz and Mrs. Nat Zalka
will serve as hostesses. This
meeting was followed by a most
delightful luncheon served by
our president, Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant. Sidney Palmer, congre-
gational president, was a guest
at the luncheon.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1S01 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Laud.-rdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
70,". S. E. Dth Street
Telephone ins
RABBI MESCHELOFF TAKES
VACTION IN NEW YORK CITY
feature a program of popular | the committee on arrangements
music, vocal numbers by the well
known dramatic soprano. Mine.
Hilda Lempyl-Lengyel, accom-
panied by Miss Edith Freeman,
and musical numbers on the
banjo by Miss Ethel Barron, ac-
companied by the talented pian-
ist. Miss Anyuta Melicov. Re-
freshments will be served fol-
lowing the evening's program by
a group of ladies of the Sister-
hood under the leadership of
Mrs. Ben Marbach, Ida Green-
blatt, L. Spitz, Sarah Berman,
Esther Levy. Marie Balaban.
Helen Schoenfield, and others.
This activity is carried on in
cooperation with the Jewish Ar1
my and Navy Committee of
Greater Miami.
NAZIS ATTACK RED CROSS
AS 7EWISH ORGANIZATION'
Stockholm (WNS> The Inter-
national Red Cross was con-
demned as a "Jewish organiza-
tion" by the official publication
of the Nazi party in Belgium this
week. The Nazi newspaper based
its charges on the fact that the
Red Cross has evinced an inter-
est in the welfare of captured
Jewish soldiers in Germany.
and the following serve with
him: N. Blumberg. G. Chert-
kof. N. Ginsburg, B. Meyers, S.
Reinhard, T. Stein, and T. C.
Temple. The reception will he
held in the synagogue on Sunday
night. July 5th at 8:30 o'clock.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Harvey
Caplan of 1540 S. W. 17th Ave.
will be held in our synagogue
this coming Sabbath morning.
His parents take this means of
extending a most cordial invita-
tion to all friends to be present
at the ceremonies.
Mazel Tov
We are happy indeed to ex-
press sincere congratulations to
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kone. Their
new-born girl was named in our
synagogue at the services last
Monday morning. May they raise
their offspring in good health.
Congratulations
We are pleased indeed to wish
a hearty mazel tov to the three
couples who were joined in holy
wedlock by our rabbi over the
last week-end. Miss Ethel Honig
and Private Henry Schwartz,
Miss E. Fink and Lieutenant D.
J. Shapiro, Miriam Bender and
Ira S. Levy. May the Lord bless
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and
family left this week for a va-
cation in New York City. While
there the Rabbi will attend the
annual convention of the Rabbin-
ical Council of America of which
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m. Service men stationed at
Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood Bo-
ca Raton and elsewhere are in-
vited.
Sisterhood sewing for the Red
Cross, British War Relief Soci-
ety and Bundles for America,
Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
The Nazis complained also that thernand grant them all long and
o y Night at Jewish Center the Red Cross was instrumental nappy iife_
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Bg"11510 be given at the Miami overseas Jewish organizations to
lid a ish Center, 1415 Euc- the Jews in the ghettos of Nazi-
Avenue. Miami Beach. These occupied Poland.
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Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
he is an executive member. He
will lead in the discussion of the
Agunah question as it affects ser-
vice men.
Mrs. Mescheloff, vice president'
of the Rabbaniot Organization of
America, will attend the conven-
tion being held next week at
the Riverside Plaza Hotel. She
will report on the activities of
the Miami Beach Habanoth at
the meeting of the Women's
Branch of the U. O. J. C. A.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 26, l942
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Meet Leo Ackerman. Our Oscar Argintar. Leo Chaikcn. Irv-
Vice President ing Genet. Murray Apte and Nat
Leo was born in Chattanooga, Blumberg.
Tenn.. on March 22, 1900. He; Athletic committee: Frank
came to Miami in August. 1822. Rose, chairman; Carl Weinkle, Al
and has resided in Miami ever j Berkowitz. and Al Reisman.
since. He is head of the well j Entertainment committee: Lar-
known establishment carrying his ry Grossberg. chairman; Bernard
name, Ackerman Insurance Ag- Sterling, Sidney Palmer, Sam
ency. Was married in Miami in Seitlin, Al Pallot. Sol Rotfort.
June. 1900. to Babette Simons of and George Rachlin.
Shcnandoah. Iowa. Has a daugh- Finance committee: Carl
ter four and one-half years old. Weinkle. Dr. Frank Coret. J. Gcr-
This is Leo's second year on the [ aid Lewis. Dr. Samuel Beckman.
"Y" board and it promises to be Marty Milstein. Ben Meyers. Jo-
his hardest task to date. As seph A. Berman, George Chert-
vice president. Leo presides at kof and Hany Schwartz.
all board meetings which, in it-
self, is a huge task.
Publicity committee: Fred K.
Shochet, c h a j r m an: H a r r y
Meet Al Reisman. Our Secretary Schwartz and Marty Milstein.
Membership campaign commit-
tee M. J. Kopelowitz, chairman,
Home Camp
The second week in the Home
Al was born in Atlanta. Geor-
gia, on June 12. 1912. He cam
to Miami in 1926 and in 1932 be-
came a charter member of the Y.
M. H. A. which was then known Camp showed an increase ill i li-
as the Hebrew Athletic Club. Has| rollment of over 25 per cent. So
been active in "Y" work ever popular has this camp become
since. Is presently engaged as that it is the talk in all Jewish
an employe of the A. & B. Pipe and non-Jewish circles in this
and Metal Company as their of- area
ficc manager. Was the firsl cit- Many novi l features have been
izen of Miami t'> be married at introduced this year. Among
the Y. M. II. A. to the former them is a class in Hebrew lor be-
Pearl Roberts, who is presently dinners, taught by Joseph Gadon
president of the Y. W. H. A. In of the Beth David Talmud To-
thi athletic department Al has rah. Mr. Gaden is one of the out-
been a member of many trophy standing Hebrew instructors in
winning teams, especially in the this area and at the initial clas: i
bowling department. Al's desire last Tuesday, twi nty-five child-
is to see immediate activity in ren enrolled for this subject. An-
the "Y" inter for the youth as Other feature is pony rides for
well as for the older folks who the children. In cooperation with j
may have unintentionally been 'he North Miami Riding Acad- j
forgotten in favor of the young- emy, ponies are brought to the'
cated at S. W. 8th Avenue and
4th Street. We guarantee that
Frank Rose will see that each
and every one attending will
' play. In last week's A. K. games,
', Marty Schwartz pitched his A.
K.'s to a 9 to 8 victory over
I Leo Ackerman's heavyweights.
Next week East Lynne vs. the
A. K.'s.
Duckpin Data
Marty Milstein and his mates
continued to lead the Y Duckpin
League for the tenth straight
week, having won 21 and lost 9
games. Individual high score
leaders are Marty Milstein with
a 107 average. High game. Her-
man Waitsman. 140. and high set.
Hal Levinson. and Sam Seitlin
with identical scores of 362.
Games are held every Thursday
.it 8:30 p. m. at the Recreation
Alleys. 301 S. Miami Avenue.
We are sorry to state that Jack
Apte, manager of the Y Duckpin
League, is convalescing at his
home from a recent illness. Hur-
ry and g( t well Jack, we need
you.
Draft Registration at "Y"
Just a reminder that the draft
registration will take place at
[he Y on Tuesday, June 30. from
7 a. m. to II p. in.. ages 18 to 2').
inclusive.
The "Y" in Defense
A new class lor stretches
bl an is was startl d at the Y last
Tuesday night. These classes
will lake place every Tuesday
evening until the course is c< i
pleted.
B'nai B'rith
Notes
BY AL GREEN
With the coming of summer, in
spite of the hot weather and mos-
quitoes, there has been no let-up
in the multiple activities of Sho-
lem Lodge B'nai B'rith. Howev-
er, an organization cannot exist
without a growing membership.
New members are needed and
each of us must get 4he.se new
members.
To our mind the best selling
point is the active participation
of members of our Lodge in de-
fense work. Activities like the
sale of Defense Stamps and
Bonds, membership in Minute
.Man Motor Corps, Air Raid War-
Jen. Filter Center work. All of
ibis work offers the new B'nai
B'rith members an opportunity
o do Ins part "behind the lines."
The Lodge wishes to offer its
condolences to Mrs. Burnett Roth
in the loss of hi r father who rc-
cently passed away.
The social committee is plan-
ning a "bang up" affair for July
Here is a chance for the mem-
bers to name their pleasures. The
social committee would be glad
to receive any suggestions that
anyone has to offer for this af-
fair. If you can think of some-
thing novel or entertaining
which would be enjoyed by the
entire membership please con-
tact any of the officers or mem-
bers of the social committee.
We hate to bring up an item
such as finances, but dues are
needed. At this time the treas-
ury is at a low ebb and our fin-
ancial secretary has reported that
many members' dues are out-
standing. Please mail your check
immediately to Brother Max Sil-
ver, the financial secretary.
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Y ES HI V A
EDUCATIONAL
CENTER
sters.
President Berkowitz Appoints
Committees
At the first meeting of thi
board of directors of the Y. M. II.
"Y" playground where the child-
ren are given free rules on these
ponies. The children look tor-
ward to these (\i ntS and .">'.serve
the rules and regulations of the
A. of the new administration. Camp to the letter so that they
held at the home of Maurice will be eligible to participate in
Grossman, executive director, on these special events.
Wednesday. June 17. President Y- M- H. A. Leads Softball League
Phil Berkowitz announced the Victors in 9 out of 10 Softball
appointment of the following games, the revamped Y. M. H i
committees: A- aggregation, led by Frank'
House committee: Herman Rose, are now three lull games
Waitsman, chairman; Jules Wil- ahead of their closest opponent,
son, s. B, Miller. Max Mintzer, l1"-' Future Farmers. Davis Lack-
Abe Pepper, Pete Silverman and owite and Seymour Gladstone an
Jack Apte. leading the team sluggers with
Installation committee: Joe averages of .420 and .368 respect
Lipton, chairman: Leo Chaikcn. iveiy, In team batting th< "Y"
Harry Schwartz, Sam Seitlin. Jo- oys are in second place with :,
i: rnan and Stanley C. 290 average. Only four games ar.
ers. installing officer. '?ft on the schedule to decide the
Mi : ibership retention commit- lirJl half winners. Coin,' out
tee; Aaron Edelman, chairmai ; ";- and every Sunday .. Hi
1 Chertkof, Al Berkowitz. m. at the Riversidi Ball Park lo
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
< r. 84'.i Michigan Avenue, will
ondUCt classes daily for child-
ri n from kindergarten to tal-
mudic i ducation.
Daily services are held at 8:00
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. and on Sat-
urday at 9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
Shalosh Soodas at 7:30 p. m.
li hna and nth> r adult educa-
tional classes are held daily at
6:30 p. in.
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y. M. H. A. BEACH HOME CAMP TO OPEN JULY 6
The first session of the Y. M. H. A. Beach Home Camp will com-
mence Monday. July 6, at 9:30 a^ m. at the Children's Corner, 1849
James Avenue, Miami Beach. Registration will take place begin-
ning June 29 at the Miami Beach Center. 1415 Euclid Avenue
mornings from 9 to 1 and at the Beth Jacob Synagogue, evenings'
from 6 to 10.
Children between the ages of 4 and 12 are eligible. Every child
should be accompanied by an adult when registering. The tuition
will be $4.00 per week. Transportation can be provided at an extra
cost of 10c per trip.
Every child will undergo a physical examination by the camp
physician before entering. Enrollment is limited and all parents de-
siring to have their children enjoy the facilities of this Camp are
asked to register immediately.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Private Adolph Schutzberg is
stationed at Camp Croft, S. C.
while his mother, Mrs. Rose
Schutzberg will spend the sum-
mer in the north.
A committee of prominent Jewish residents of Miami Beach,
appointed by the Y. M. H. A., is assisting in the formation of the
Camp and is making every effort to assure the success of this pro-
ject at the Beach. The committee is composed of Joseph M. Rose.
chairman; Joseph M. Lipton, co-chairman; Rabbi Samuel Bension,
Joseph A. Berman, Mrs. Benj. Bronston, M. B. Frank, Irving Frankcl,
M. H. Frankel, N. H. Hankoff, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Mrs. B. H. Lon-
don. Mrs. Ben Marbach, Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, Harry Sirkin.
Ral : : Leon Spitz.
William Arnold of Lake Worth
has returned from the north
where he was called because of
the death of his mother.
The semi-monthly meeting of
the B'nai B'rith ladies auxiliary
was held Tuesday evening at
Scher hall.
The Beth El card party was
held Wednesday evening at Scher
hall with Mrs. M. Green and Mrs.
Ryder as hostesses.
Lieutenant Morton Smith,
Army Air Corps, is visiting his
parents and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Smith. Lieutenant Smith re-
cently received his wings in
Texas and expects to report for
active duty after his furlough.
THOMAS MANN, author of "Tht M.flc
Mountain," widely read two-volume novel
portraying lives of tuberculosis aufferers
In Europe, visits the City of Hope, at
Duarte, now largest institution of its
kind In America providing treatment for
Indigent victims of the white plaave and
finds that, ones again, America haa eur-
passed Europethis time In "intellectual
stimulation and psychological hygiene of
tuberculosis sufferers."
RABBI BENSION TO ATTEND
RABBINICAL CONVENTION
RABBI MESCHELOFF ATTENDS
COUNCIL MEETING IN N. Y.
Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, Beth
Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach I
a member of the executive com-
mittei of the Rabbinical Coun-:
cil of America is in New York
and will attend the Seventh An-
nual convention of the group at
the Plaza Hotel starting Sunday, I
June 28 lasting through July 1st. :
The first two days will be held
CO-jointly with the Union of Or-1
thodox Jewish Congregations of
America.
Tin quests of honor at this con-
vention will be Dr. Samuel Belk-
in, head of the Yeshiva College
in New York, and Rabbi Saul
Silber. dean of Beth HaMedrash
l'Torah in Chicago. Rabbi Joseph
Lookstein, president, will outline
in his presidential address the
many serious religious problems
which the second World War has
caused.
A special feature of this year's
convention will be the role of
Orthodoxy in the Southern Jew-
ish communities. Rabbi Uri Mill-
er, New Orleans, La.; Rabbi Har-
ry Epstein, Atlanta, Ga.; Rabbi
William Drazin, Savannah, Ga.,
and Rabbi Samuel Cooper,
Charleston, West Va., will par-
ticipate in the program of this
session.
Mr. Herman Blumberg, winter
resident, passed away after a
long illness. He is survived by
his wife, Mrs. Marie Blumberg,
a daughter, and two sons in New
York.
A Reconstructionist Confer-
ence and the Third Annual Meet-
ing of the Jewish Reconstruction-
ist Foundation will be held on
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June
26, 27, 28, in New York City.
The tentative program includes.
Discussion, "Implementation of
the Jewish Reconstructionist
Platform"; special service with
sermon by Dr. Mordecai M. Kap-
lan; Oneg Shabbat discussion,
"The Influence of Reconstruc-
tionism on Jewish Life in Vari-
ous Communities"; Discussion,
"Toward a Guide for Jewish Rit-
ual Usage." On Sunday night
the third annual meeting of the
Jewish Reconstructionist Foun-
dation will take place.
Pioneer Resident Dies
Samuel Scher, 59, Palm Beach
pioneer resident and active com-
munal worker until his death,
died Friday. Funeral services
were held Sunday at the Fergu-
son Chapel before an overflow-
ing attendance of friends. Rabbi
Manuel Grcenstein of Temple
Beth-El officiated.
A member of Beth-El congre-
gation, he was instrumental in
the erection of a building in
memory of his brother to house
the Joseph Scher Memorial Sun-
day School, which he founded.
Mr. Scher was one of the found-
ers of Palm Beach Lodge 1146,
B'nai B'rith, and was a member
of Pioneer Lodge of Masons of
New York City and of Lake
Worth Consistory of Scottish Rite
Masons.
He leaves his wife Pauline,
and a daughter Mrs. Burnett
Roth of Miami.
Rabbi Samuel Bension of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center is
expected to attend the forty-sec-
ond annual convention of the
Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica which will be held in New
York at the Jewish Theological
Seminary next week from June
29 to July 1. This is the first time
in four years that the convention
will be held at the Seminary.
Professor Alexander Marx. Li-
brarian of the Seminary, has ar-
ranged a special exhibit of rare
manuscripts and books, recently
acquired by the Library, for the
occasion. During these years,
many new features have been
added to the Seminary's regular
departments in its efforts to
serve the American Jewish com-
munity which looks to this in-
stitution for spiritual and educa-
tional guidance.
Rabbi Samuel Bension will
participate in the discussions.
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Resolutions extending whole-
hearted support and unbounded
loyalty to President Roosevelt,
to the British Commonwealth of
Nations and the gallant Russian
army; calling for maximum vol-
untary participation of the Jew-
ish masses on all fronts of the
United Nations; an increase in
the number of Palestine units on
land, sea and in the air were
among the salient points of the
declaration adopted by the 8th
National Convention of the Pio-
neer Women's Organization held
at the Book-Cadillac Hotel in De-
troit. June 10th to 14th..
Miss Dvora Rothbard was
unanimously elected as National
Secretary for the next three
years.
Highlights of the convention
attended by delegates of 235 clubs
throughout the U. S. and Canada
included the address of the Rt.
Hon. Margaret G. Bondfield,
former Minister of Labor in the
British Government (1929-31),
who gave a vivid picture of the
evolution of the role of women
in present-day Britain, describ-
ing their increasing importance
in every phase of industry, the
growing importance of nursery
schools, and discussing the im-
plications in post-war reconstruc-
tion. David Ben-Gurion, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency Exec-
utive, called upon the American
Jews to increase their efforts for
Zionism and Palestine "which
has remained a vision although
it is now also a reality."
A message of encouragement
from Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
lauding the work of the Pioneer
Women's Organization was read
at the opening of the conven-
tion.
Hollis Rinehart, Jr., chairman
of the USO Campaign activities
for the Greater Miami area, an-
nounced that plans are being
formed for the coming USO drive
to raise funds to continue the
organization's work.
USO Citizens' Committees are
being formed to do the work of
USO in districts, sections and
communities. These committees
will be for the duration of the
war. The first of these commit-
tees has already been formed in
Coral Gables.
TO
AT Mill BEACH
Through the generosity of Carl
Weinkle, who has offered the free
use of Carl's restaurant, the
Greater Miami army and navy
committee of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board will hold the
first of a series of dances this
Saturday evening at 1711 Alton
Road.
Dances heretofore held at he
Miami Beach Jewish Center will
be discontinued because of lack
of floor space, and the social and
recreational committee of the
army and navy committee will
have full charge of the dances
on Alton Road. The incidental
costs for this Saturday evening's
affair will be met through a con-
tribution from Sam Blank, chair-
man of the Greater Miami army
any navy committee.
Efforts are being made to con-
tact every Jewish service man
in the area both for this partic-
ular function and for similar so-
cial events being planned by the
committee. A list of approved
hostesses is being compiled and
no young lady will be admitted
to any dance unless she has an
official hostess card.
Consideration also is being
given by the army and navy com-
mittee to the generous offer of
Mr. Weinkle that the facilities of
the Alton Road structure may be
used as headquarters for the
work on the Beach. Under such
an arrangement. Nathan Roth-
berg, the JWB worker, would di-
vide his time daily between the
present office of the committee
in the YMHA building and the
proposed quarters on the Beach.
A definite announcement will be
made shortly regarding this
means of increased service to the
uniformed boys on the Beach.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 26, l942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
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Boxerman
character. Max Levinsky. Lipton ly interesting .ThereJU-e no
pooh-poohs the program of the lags in the book which holds the
Anti-Defamation League, which reader's attent.on to the dramat.c
he incorrectly labels as the policy end.
of "Never speak up for yourself. Dear Adolf
Let some Gentile big shot do the Most people don t seem to re-
talking" Evidently, the writ- i alizc that a radio station can
er has not been very closely in judge the popularity of a radio
touch with many important program only by the alienee
' phases of ADL activity in the last, response Stations should be
\ few years which have been con-1 encouraged to cany as many pio-
ducted in its own name, without grams of pro-democratic charac-
I so-called 'Gentile big shot.-.' ter as possible.
However, aside from his un-, Station WIOD (610) has just
warranted indictment of the begun a series of six quarter-houi
ADL. Lipton presents a fairly re- broadcasts under the title ol
lalistiC and not unfamiliar pic- "Dear Adolf These clra-
ture of social, as well as organ- matize the feelings about the war
lized anti-Semitism of the hooli- and their stake
j gan variety Max Levinsky.
who has risen from racketeering
to a more or less legitimate bus-
ROOSEVELT HOME
OF HILLEL IN 1.1
"Brother, the Laugh is Bitter"
Hardly a Jew lives, no matter
how slim may be his attachment
to Jewish life, who does not have
his own ideas about how to deal
with anti-Semitism .In part,
this explains the lack ol greater
! rogress in civic-protective work,
1) cause of such diversity of opin-
ion, it has been impossible to se-
cure maximum coordination in
the face of the common enemy.
Naturally, there is nothing sa-
crosant in the approach of the
Anti-Defamation League, or any
of the other agencies, to the prob-
li m of anti-Semitism But one
looks for something other than
men Ij destructive criticism from
those who oppose its philosophy.
In our opinion, its critics should
have something constructive to
Offer by way of a substitute .
That is why we question the
vi( wpoint of Louis Lipton. in his
first novel. "Brother, the Laugh
is Bitter." (Harper and Brothers.
New York and London. S2.50).
Speaking through his chief
mess position, hardly can be
.ailed a representative Jew .
He is typical, though, of quite a
1 number of shabby characters on
the periphery of Jewish life.
The story of how Max meets
| with anti-Semitism in a personal
way and first beconv s ai
aware of the "goy problem" is
convincing* in its presentation, broadcast eac
At the same time, we wish that ?ame I
of
Americans from many different
walks of lifta tanner, a busi-
ness man. a housewife and moth-
er, a soldier, and a foreign-bom
citizen The material for
programs has been obtained
ni the field from actual personal
inti rvii ws.
The first program, featuring
Raymond Massey, was aired last
iast Sunday at 5:00 p. m. The
itinr five in the scries will be
Sunday at the
Tune your radio
instead of ridiculing existing ef- this Sunday a: live o'clock, then
forts at reducing the incidence lake a minute i write WIOD
of anti-Semitism, Lipton had had your comment on the program.
his Levinsky do something more is parl of your duty as a l.iyi
constructive aboul the problem American eiti/en And once
than to use his fists againsl his you heat the program we're sure
adversary W< do nol advocate I" u'U feel as thrilled as we wire
:i policy of appeasement in deal- Massey's pr sentation.
ing with hate-mongers Yet. While on the subjed ol radio
Lipton surely must realize*thai
from a long-range pomt of view
"mi nis will not I e dow ned
ii i y by a display ol physical
fortitude, no matter what emo-
tional satisfaction we may derivi
thi n from.
Although we' may thus take
issue with some ol the major
premises contained m "Brother,
the Laugh is Bitter." we did find
Lipton's style of writing extreme-
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where Mrs. Roosevelt delivered
the main address. The presenta-
tion of the gift was made by A.
C. Horn, nationally prominent
B'nai B'rith leader who helped
raise a large part of the funds
and who served as treasurer for
the project. On behalf of Hunter
College, Dr. George N. Shuster.
president, accepted the gift, ex-
pressing his gratification that an
unusual interfaith program would
develop in one of the most cos-
mopolitan areas in the world,
through the vehicle of a house
which has such an illustrious tra-
dition.
There are 12.300 girls in at-
tendance at Hunter College, of
a hem about 8.000 are Jewish
girls. They will center many of
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in the Sara Delano Roosevelt
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counselors, collaborating with
democratically elected student;
councils, will develop the relig-
ious, cultural, social, recreational.
interfaith and social welfare pro-
grams, which, emphasizing eth-
ical motivations, will supplement
the activities ol the College.
The director of Hillel activities
at the house will be appointed
some time during the summer by
the National Hillel Commission,
which already supervises the n*,
gram of Hillel activities on neS
seventy campuses. In metronn,
tan New York there is oZoil
Hillel Foundation, at BrooX
College, which serves CSj
nine thousand Jewish students
The executive board which car
ned on the quiet, unpubliciJd
campaign to acquire the hous?
included Joseph P. Day. chair'
man; Philip W. Haberman "
chairman; A. C. Horn, treasurer
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