The Jewish Floridian


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


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami


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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15No. 27
Federation Meeting To Take
Form of Congressional Session
In view of the nature
lof the program, a record attend-
ance is expected next Wednesday
levening at 8 o'clock when the
[Greater Miami Jewish Federation
[holds its fourth annual meeting
[in the form of a congressional
[session, in the auditorium of Beth
David Talmud Torah, 135 North
[Wist Third Avenue.
As a variation from the usual
|type of agency reports on the so-
cial services being rendered in
[the Jewish community, each of
[eight speakers will present a
[four-minute resume, in such a
[form as though he were address-
ing a United States congressional
[assembly. Rabbi Max Shapiro
[will preside as speaker of the
I house.
The services to be described
land the discussants include: re-
creation and character-building,
Mrs. Max Dobrin; case work,
Mark Max; emigre, Mrs. Monte
Selig; Hebrew education. Rabbi
[Leon Spitz: army and navy, Sam
[Blank: civic-protective. Day J.
[Apte: cultural. Louis Heiman; re-
habilitation and relief, Stanley
|C. Myers. Following each speak-
|er, the audience will have an op-
portunity to interrogate and en-
| gage in open forum discussion.
The remainder of the program
I will consist of the presentation of I
colors by Jewish boy and girl |
scout troops; chaplain's prayer,
by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Florida Rabbinical
Association; presidential report
by Benjamin Bronston, president
lof the Greater Miami Jewish
[Federation; report of the nomi-.
[nating committee by Mrs. Benj.
[Meyers; election of officers and]
[board members for the coming
|year; a report of the constitu-
tional committee recommending
changes in the structure of the
It has long been felt that the
Greater Miami Federation has
outgrown its original constitu-
| tion. When organized, Federa-
j tion was intended to be purely a j
fund-raising device and its pur-.
poses were stated primarily "to
operate as a fund-raising, collect-
ing, and distributing agency and
to eliminate the multiplicity of
campaigns in the course of a year;
to help unify all Jewish elements
in the community on the sound
basis of joint financial responsi-
bility for all Jewish causes."
The constitutional committee,
consisting of Louis Heiman,
chairman; William I. Boxerman
and Arthur Friedman, will rec-
ommend thorough revisions, in
order to bring the Federation into
line with trends elsewhere in the
country. Thereby it is hoped to
make the Federation function as
more than a fiscal organism. The
revised constitution will be pre-
sented Wednesday evening for
discussion, modification and rati-
The general arrangements com-
mittee for the meeting has Mrs.
Benjamin Levine as its chairman
and includes Rabbis Spitz and
Shapiro as program chairmen;
Mrs. William I. Boxerman as pub-
licity chairman; Mrs. Sadye G.
Rose, Dr. Phillip Weinstein, and
Mrs. Samuel Rost. The arrange-
ments committee has been meet-
ing with Morris Klass. director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
At the conclusion of the pro-
gram refreshments will be
700,000 Polish Jews Killed,
Exiled Government Charges
Stockholm (WNS)The pro-
Axis ex-Mufti of Jerusalem, el
Husseini. who recently was fet-
?d in Rome and Berlin following
|ms escape from British troops in
an. informed the Swedish pro-
Nazi newspaper "Aftonbladet"
>nat is "praying" for an Axis vic-
tory to liberate the Arab world
from British and Jewish domina-
I ''on.
Expressing satisfaction over the
Axis triumph in Libya, the anti-
Bntish and anti-Semitic terrorist
teader declared that the Arabs in
Palestine "are praying for an
r^'s victory to release them from
|tne British-Jewish yoke."
" is admitted freely in Axis
circles that the ex-Mufti has been
jBiven huge sums of money to or-
ganize an anti-British rebellion
a' an
opportune time. With the
forces in Egypt still un-
ecked, neutral observers are
nxicmsly watching developments
"the Middle East for signs of
x's-inspired Arab disturbances.
-Buy War Bonds Today-
Washington, D. C. (WNS)The
45th annual convention of the
Zionist Organization of America
and its constituent groups will
convene on October 15th through
8th at the Hotel New Yorker in
New York City with delegates
from more than 500 units in ev-
ery part of the country in attend-
ance. Judge Louis E. Levinthal,
president of the organization, an-
nounced here this week. The
convention will meet concurrent-
ly with the National Convention
of Hadassah. women's Zionist or-
ganization, which will hold its
own sessions at the Pennsylvania
The situation in the Middle
East as it affects the course of
the war, particularly the destiny
of Palestine, will be the guiding
factor in the discussions and de-
liberations of the convention.
The convention will be called up-
on to act on measures designed to
insure the post-war status of Pal-
estine as the Jewish National
New York (WNS)The first
group of Jewish children to be
transferred from a Middle East
country to Palestine by the Youth
Aliyah (immigration) movement
are fourteen boys and girls of
Baghdad, Iraq, who have just ar-
rived in the Holy Land and will
be placed in the Children's Vil-
lage of Meier Shfeyah in Samaria
according to an announcement by
Junior Hadassah, the Young Wo-
men's Zionist Organization of
Junior Hadassah maintains the
juvenile village, which now has
275 children from twenty differ-
ent countries of Europe and the
Levant who are being trained in
agriculture and the handicrafts.
The new arrivals from Iraq were
made homeless during the up-
rising in 1941 when the Nazi-con-
trolled government was removed
by the British.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
and be sure of freedom for you
and your children and your chil-
dren's children tomorrow.
New York (WNS)The New
Yorker became the first large na-
tional magazine to ban "hate ads"
in its real estate and resort ad-
vertising when it made public
a letter expressing the conviction
that such phrases as "restricted
clientele" are often construed as
'anti-Semitic or undemocratic."
The drive to eliminate "hate ads"
from the nation's daily press and
magazines was initiated by the
liberal New York newspaper PM.
The New Yorker letter read:
"We have decided that after ad-
vertisements already in our type
forms for the current issue are
published, we will not accept ad-
vertisements of hotels which use
the words restricted clientele.'
or variants of that phrase.
"Hitherto we accepted adver-
tisements containing such phrases
because we were told these ho-
tels merely exercised a right
to decline accommodations to
persons they felt might be unde-
sirable socially to their guests,
irrespective of race or creed. The
question was complicated by the
fact that many of these hotels
did have some Jewish patronage.
Further, many Jewish readers
told us they did not regard these
phrases as anti-Semitic.
'We have now become con-
vinced that these words are often
construed as anti-Semitic or un-
democratic, and we feel we should
not permit advertisers, even un-
wittingly, to give offense to any
of our readers."
London (WNS)Nazi occupa-
tion forces of Poland have mur-
dered more than 700.000 Jews,
about one-third the total Jewish
population of Poland, according
to a documented report made
public here this week by the
Polish government-in-exile.
The report, which listed the
Polish cities in which the massa-
cres of Jews had taken place and
gave the number of Jews killed
in each city, was received through
underground sources by Samuel
Zygelbaum, one of the two Jew-
ish members of the Polish Na-
tional Council. Copies of the re-
port have been sent to each of
the United Nations.
The exiled Palish government
charged that entire Jewish com-
munities were wiped out in the
massacres. No pity was shown
:o women and children, who
were lined up with their hus-
bands and fathers, and shot down
by Nazi machine gun squads. The
executions in many cities were
conducted over a period of days,
with the execution squads work-
:ng in shifts.
An official statement broadcast
by the British Broadcasting Cor-
poration stated that "to accom-
plish this, probably the greatest
mass slaughter in history every
death-dealing method was em-
ployed machine gun bullets,
hand grenades, gas chambers,
concentration camps, whipping.
torture instruments and starva-
More than 35.000 Jews in the
city of Lodz alone were put to
death in poison gas chambers
transported on trucks. Thousands
of other Jews were executed by
gas in the towns of Kolo. Bugaj
and Isbica. In Eastern Galicin,
the report charged, Jews were as-
sembled in village squares or at
cemeteries and blown to bits by
Nazis hurling hand grenades.
Even inmates of Jewish or-
phanages, hospitals and homes
for the aged were executed. The
Nazi organized bands of notor-
iously anti-Semitic Ukrainian po-
lice to assist them in the massa-
cres. The underground docu-
ment confirmed a previous report
that the Nazis had murdered
more than 60,000 Jews in Vilna,
throwing their bullet-ridden vic-
tims into mass graves.
The document stated that 30,-
000 Jews had been killed in Lem-
berg; 15.000 in Stanislawow; 5,-
000 in Tarnapol; 2,000 in Zlo-
chow and 4,00 in Brzelany. Thou-
sands of others were massacred
in a number of other Galician
towns, including Zborow, Kol-
omja, Sambor, Stryj, Drohobyvz,
Rawa-Ruska, Zbaraz, PrzemysJ,
Kuty, Sniatyn, Stalezcsyki and
Brody. In those cities and vil-
lages where some Jews escaped
the first massacres, the Nazis re-
turned to finish the job.
Kuibyshev (WNS)Nazi troops
Invading the Ukraine and Crimea
have destroyed every Jewish co-
operative colony in those areas.
it was disclosed here by "Unity,"
official publication of the Soviet
Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee,
which warned that the anti-Jew-
ish crimes would be avenged.
The Jewish Anti-Fascist Com-
mittee reported that all inhabi-
tants of the Jewish cooperatives
had been slaughtered by the Nazi
invaders. The Committee stressed
that Jewish soldiers in the Red
Army would never forget the
Nazi brutalities against the Jews
and would exact vengeance.
"Unity" hailed Jewish soldiers
in the Red Army as the "Bar
Kochbas" of modern times and
stated that these modern Jewish
heroes would insure the equal
status of Jewry in the post-war
The month of July is dedicated
to the buying of war bonds and
stamps. Get yours now and be
a partner in the United Nations'
fight for freedom.
Washington (WNS)A state-
ment paying tribute to the hero-1
ism of the Russian people in their i
struggle against the Nazi invaders
and voicing the hope that Soviet:
Russia will aid the Jewish people
"in its effort to re-establish the
Jewish Commonwealth in Pal-1
estine," was sent to the Soviet!
Embassy here this week by Judge
Louis E. Levinthal, president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-1
Berne (WNS)Following on
the heels of reports that Italian
aristocrats are supporting a
movement aimed at the over-
throw of Premier Mussolini, news
was received here of an attack
by Roberto Faranacci, secretary
of the Fascist party, against the
aristocrats on the ground that
they are pro-Jewish in their be-
liefs and sympathies.
Writing in his newspaper "Re-
gima Fascista," the anti-Semitic
Fascist leader demanded that Ital-
ian aristocrats be stripped of
their possessions and privileges
because of their friendship for
Jews. He charged that the aris-
tocrats were hampering Italy's
anti-Semitic program and pro-
posed that the Fascist govern-
ment treat the aristocrats in the
same manner as Jews.
(It is an old established Nazi-
Fascist trick to conceal internal
dissension by branding enemies
of Fascism as "friends of the
Jews."Ed. Note.)
New York (WNS) Wartime
problems of the synagogue and
individual Jews were stressed in
discussions at the 42nd annual
convention of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America, meeting at
tse Jewish Theological Seminary.
Several hundred rabbis from all
parts of the country attended.


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FRIDAY. JULY 3, 1942

Jerry CaUaanOi is here on fur-
lough vi lit it Ins parents.

Albert K Berkeley left Tues-
day to retan to Norfolk. Va.. af-
ter a chart stay here.

Mr. and Ha EL Albert Pallot
have rrturml Cram a four-week
Vacation m the north.

Miss Sophie Teartrich has left
far Atlanta. Ca, where she will
visit relatives aarf friends.
Dr. and Ma. Max Pepper have
tone to Hear York where they
will remain tor a month

Miss Mae Caha left Friday for
a two-week jufoniu in Chicago
to visit relatives and friends.
Harold Rand are
York and will
dtv July 13th.
Cramer left to
course at the
Dr. and
visiting ia
return to t
attend the
University at
Mr. ai
of a
Memory of
L Silver
5. MO p. m.
Mrs. Louis Zeientz left for New
York today for a two week's
stay with relatives and friends.

Miss Helenc Teresa Apte.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murry
Apte, is visiting in New York.

Harold Kellner. son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner.
underwent a tonsilectomy last

Mrs. Max Ellis is visiting her
daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. S. Paetro in Tallahassee,
where she will remain for a

Miss Elsie Weinberger left for
Cleveland this week after visit-
ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Weinberger.

Mrs. Joseph Rabinovitz and
children. Eleanor and Sharon, of
Detroit, are visiting her father.
M. Feig. They will stay for two

Miss Betty Ann Kirschcnbaum.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Kirschcnbaum. left to attend the
summer course at the University
of N. C. Thereafter she will va-
cation in Asheville.

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spiegel of
Brooklyn. N. Y.. is sojourning
here for two weeks with her
family. They are the guests of
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Nath-
an Wrooble. Miami Beach.
the north. While there she at-
tended the conference of social
agencies in Rochester.

Visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Hart/, and sister. Jen-
nie Rotfort. are Mrs. Russell
Brandt and daughter Dolores, of
New York, Here for a two week
stay, they arc house guests at
834 S. W. Kith Avenue.
A miscellaneous shower was
tendered Thursday evening to
Mrs. Alvin Gardner, the former
Miss Esther Shochet. prior to
her leaving next week for Atlanta
to join her husband. Miss Jennie
Rotfort. Mrs. N. Adelman and
Mrs. A. Finley Binder tendered
the reception in honor of the
bride, whose wi riding was a re-
cent event. The hostesses were
in charge of the arrangements
for the evening's program which
delightfully entertained the large
gathering of friends.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose has re-
turned from a four-week trip
visiting relatives and friends in
8. W. Mb St at 15th
Cant. 11 p. m.
Last Day
Friday, July 3
- asssl this is the story o' that fabulous land:
Sat. Night and Sup. Thru Tuts,, July
Hem \ r i \
Mrs. Gussie Harkins. a resi-
dent of Miami since 1920, died
Sunday in a Miami hospital. Be-
sides the husband, Morris Hark-
ins. she leaves two sons, Raymond
of Jacksonville, and Junius of

Mrs. Sophie Newman Acker-
man. 83, who came here 20 years
ago from Chattanooga, fenn..
died Friday. She was a member
of Temple Israel. She leaves a
daughter. Mrs Leon J. Lichten-
stctter. two sens. Leo and New-
man Ackcrman. and two grand-
children. Services were held
Monday with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiating.

Louis Boris Magid. a resident
of Miami for three years, died
Monday. Besides the widow,
Mrs. Rightor. Magid. he leaves a
son, Capt. Louis B. Magid of Ft.
Bragg: two daughters, Mrs. Wil-
liam Arthur Willis of Coronado.
Calif., and Mrs Charles D. Cold-
well of Knoxville, Tcnn.: three
brothers. Ralph of Brooklyn.
Samuel M. of Providence, and
Harry I. of Miami: and thre. sis-
ters, Mr;, r. ter Cashm r : Wi r-
t Mass Mrs. Annie Pais-1
ner of Providence, and Mrs.
Jeanette M. Gcod of Miami.
Miami unit of Junior Hadassah
will hold a dinner meeting as
their first of the new administra-
tion. The meeting will be held
at Howard Johnson's. Monday.
July 6th at 7 p. m. Reservations
can be made by calling Miss
Dorothy Callow, 2-5654. An in-
teresting evening is planned.
With Rabbis Max Shapiro and
Abraham Kellner officiating, a
memorial to the memory of Mr.
and Mrs. I. Silver will be un-
veiled Sunday. July 5th at 2 p.
m. at the Woodlawn Park Ceme-

The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of Mrs. Dora Ros-
engarten will be held Sunday at
2:30 p. m. at Woodlawn Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Abraham Kell-
ner and Rabbi Max Shapiro will
officiate. Cantor Herman Mar-
bein will assist.
announces the
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
Announcement is being made
of the marriage of Miss EstellP
Eplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Ike Eplan, to Lt. Harold M
Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs ka'
dore Rubin. The couple are re-
siding at Camp Forrest, Term.

The betrothal of Miss Elsie
Ginsberg to Mr. Leo Robinson is
announced this week. The nup-
tials took place in New York
Sunday evening. June 28th at 6
o'clock. The bride was a winter
resident of Miami Beach for many
years, living with her family at
3700 Pine Tree Drive, and spend-
ing the summers in New York.
Mrs. Robinson was educated in
New York and attended Smith's
College, devoting much of her
time, prior to her marriage, to
charitable and social activities.
Mr. Robinson is well known in
the business and social sphere
here, having been active in con-
gregational affairs on the Beach
and YMHA activities. He was an
officer of the Mercantile Na-
tional Bank and helped organize
and served as president of the
American Bank and Trust Com-
pany. The couple are honey-
mooning at Lake Champlain and
points north and. west. They will
travel the entire summer, return-
ing to reside here in the fall. The
couple will live at 190 Hibiscus
Island, Mr. Robinson's home for
the past several years.
Buy War Bonds and Startps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
Spend your Summer Vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains
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.

West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
A duty every man
owes himself and his
mi|v is that of pro-
viding a final resting
piace. It is only wise
and prudent that the
selection of a cemetery
lot should be made in
advance of need." The
selection of a cemetery
lot does not bring its
use any nearer, but It
does dispose of a duty
with comfort and
due deliberaton.
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and is
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an __annually elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
per cemetery manag-
ing and have no per-
sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you.
Maybe you feel that you have already provided ade-
quate burial protection for your familyby paying dues
to some organization which offers burial space. But
such organizations usually scatter families in different
cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place.
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic sights.
Families completely torn apart, scattered among strang-
ers, lack of upkeepall because the head of the family
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
No matter how long you have been a member of an
organizationno matter how much you have paid in dues
it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly
trom Mount Nebo. This Is a sure way you can prevent
your loved ones from being scattered.
Perpetual Care
Title Insurance
Made From Fresh Orange*
Lots may be purchased
on convenient terms
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FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1942
*Jewist ncridUan
(This wcrlcly feature Is prepared
hy til*' I'lihlie relations committee of
(he Oreater Miami Army anil Navy
Committee of the National Jewish
Welfai*' Board. The committee In-
eluded William I. Iloxei inan, chair-
man; Benjamin Bronaton, Fred K.
sbochet, a. Louis Mscnlowlts, and
Paul Weitaman.)
(Contribution! to thla column are
w,,|,,.....I, particularly in the form of
letters received here from Greater
Miami boys now in the service.)
The Medicos
We, victory girls; Mrs. Max Dob-
rin, registration and classifica-
tion; Mrs. H. Wallach. general
floor arrangements.
This Saturday evening, the
Fourth of July, the committee
promises a rousing good time for
the service men. all of whom are
welcome. There will be an im-
promptu show, presented by the
service men themselves.
Zionist'O? District
By Louis Heiman. Pres.
.oming home and Ling chided
by his friends that he was unfit
he had his defects corrected, tried
again and again until he was fin-
ally accepted a few weeks ago
Then he was sent to Camp Sut-
lon in Georgia After being
in the service a little over a
month he became a sergeant and
is well on his way to a commis-
Shortly a large number of lo-.'sion and to be sent abroad aavery
cal Jewish doctors and dentists happy man."
will leave for service in the army | There is the true American
or navy ... We hope to publish spirit for you!
a complete roster Others are ( r._a. ,. ... .,
entering still a third branch of ^^l "?!!?Commit-
Among these may be found Dr.
Alexander Benjamin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Benjamin. 1637
S. W. Tenth Street ... A recent
graduate of Louisville Dental Col- r
lege and a former student at Mi- tJnHn~ .' f' d'nrt .\Capaclt>' IF V ever could get there, do
ami V.. he reported for duty on unSorm onW 39f-SSS TV- y"u kn0W whom y"" WOuld find?
July 1 at the U. S. Marine Hos- ^c ^ I** B Um'' V?" A '0t J '
*" "* ** Anyhow, the committee learned S-wK ^Z^Si S^gE? ft %S* ft
far-off Australia'^i.^^n-fr T ~>T *> tLSSS CnSi'SJS
rechnical ^S^eech WeSft Za ^cS^ETyJFJS. \ ^^^
men They have gone to Palestine from:
Adolf Hitler.
Berlin, Germany.
Dear Adolf:
So you conquered Libya and
your soldiers are now in Egypt!
They've Arrived!
,-.. j "" "" win certain v
Sgt. Irving Dickler has arrived great drawtag card for tn*
with the army air corps
The Jewish Army other 5.000 United Nations troop*
Advocates of a Jewish army would have saved Banna. If the
have seized on British reverses i Axis tide rises bttuud th> Red
in Libya and the presence of Sea, half a ilfcao unarmed
Prime Minister Winston Churc- Jews will be tupnul as certainly
hill here for an intensive renewal as Pharaoh's antsy. Should they
of their campaign. A full-page not at least be grant the mean*
advertisement appeared Monday; t0 defend themselves?
in the Washington Post, and oth- Although both J-ws and Gcn-
j ers almost as large in the New tiles have joined m support of
j York Times and such leading; the committee, Jewish circles are
] newspapers as the Philadelphia a tornado of telegrams ot Mr
Record and the Chicago Sun. hind it. The Zionist Organization
The Washington and New York of America is not cooperating
advertisements were signed by One prominent Jew, who would
Pierre van Paassen. nationa' not permit himself to be quoted,
chairman of the Committee for criticized the program as encour-
a Jewish Army, well known for aging segregation. What, be want-
books.' (d to know, would members of
Mr. the committee say tf anyone pro-
au- post d to have Jews m a separate
200.(100 I army here? He urged that Jews
Palestinian and stateless Jews to|genuinely interested in the wel-
help stem Marshal Erwin Rom- | fare of their people concentrate
mel's drive toward the Suez Ca- on winning a greater victory thaw
nal. Other notices addressed | would be rcprrsented by the foi-
sensc 'nation of a Jewish army in Pal-
estinethe achievement of
world order in which Jews and
everyone else would have full
rights as national* of the country
is serving Uncle Sam as a radio
groundman ... A graduate of
Scott Field, 111., radio scho
Dickler has been in the army for
two years Dickler last year
married the former Miss Harriet
Coplan, daughter of Joseph J.
Coplan. 7615 Harding Avenue,
Miami Beach.
Nearer home, Louis Berger, 930
we're trying to serve.
of Another dance will be held this [fom W atrocities, More than t Sovcra, mim and naval
ol. Saturday eve at the same place, that. Adolf, they have gone to a as well as Secretary of War :
'or ?*? committee is praying for an P1;ice that is their real homeland stimson. are also said to
influx of women. Ithe homeland of the Jewish
Miami Service League people. You had a pretty easy
Under the chairmanship of tim(> with many Jews when they
Mrs. Murry Kovner. a group of were m Germany. Austria and
fifty ladies has formed a Miami other places. But. do you know-
Service League ... Its purpose | why. Adolf? They did not have a
is to assist the bovs
in service
chance to fight.
Tenth Street, reports that his son j and its activities wij, bo ccnt(irpd many of them
Murray, enrolled in the army air
force, now is training in the tech-
nical school of Kessler Field, near
Biloxi. Miss.
Out in Texas Herbert J. Co-
hen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
A. Cohen, 1864 S. W. 14th Ter-
race, has been promoted to the
rank of sergeant in the infantry
at Fort Clark.
There is rejoicing also, in the
Luria household on the Beach.
Sydney, son of Kolman Luria,
1343 Lenox Avc, has been made
a captain in the U. S. army med-
ical corps. He is now stationed
at Middletown, Pa.
While on the subject, let's tell
too of Julius E. Roth, now at
Randolph Field, Texas, who has
been made a corporal at the
squadron headquarters of the 11th
air base group.
Success Story
_ M. Friedman writes to tell us
"the true story" of the son of a
"lend of his, D. Singer, 1020 8th
Street, Miami Beach. But let
nim tell the story in his own
"About a year ago his (D. Sing-
ers) son. Peter, located in busi-
ness on North East 58th Street
and Second Avenue, sought to
enlist in the marines but was re-
jected for eyesight defects, so on
In Their Country's Service
Additional names of Jewish
|>0a in the armed forces follow.
11 you know the name of some
ne not yet listed, please send
W a postcard giving this informa-
tion. We would like to make the
You murdered
in their sleep.
in Miami at the YMHA. Your Gestapo stabbed quite a
To inaugurate its schedule of fcw in the back, or starved them
events, the league will sponsor a to death in concentration camps,
supper and dance this Saturday. !Thal was cowardly. Adolf. Of
beginning at eight p. m., at the I coursc- su,rn description does not
YMHA All service men are mean anything to you. You will
welcome to attend. g to any extreme to accomplish
The Service Men's Club. 31l!yur purpose. Well, now these
Washington Avenue, sponsored Jcws aro nnmo- gating ready to
by the Women's Home Defense.! f'Sht fr the land that belongs
American Jewish Congress. Beth to them. They have been itching
Jacob Sisterhood. Pioneer Worn-. lo meet you again face to face,
en Group 1, Mizrachi Women. Maybe you have heard that they
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. Ihave beo:1 trying to get Great
Business and Professional Group Britain to let them have their
of Hadassah, Junior Hadassah.; own Jewish Army. They did not
would appreciate all contribu-1 *et tnat r|Snt -vet' Adolf' but
tions, financially and materially, i,hat does not moan they are not
to assist the club, be sent to their i rcad>' to flSnt- Thousands of them
general chairman. Mrs. Moses!have aldy gne forward to
Krieger, 1114 Alton Road, Miami meet your army because they
Salute the Ladies!
A salute to the industrious la-
dies of Miami Beach, who have
taken their responsibilities for member the biblical story of Da-
the men in uniform very serious-
ly! .. With the aid of Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman, there has come
into being a Miami Beach Service
list complete.
League, paralleling the good | your in ormat.on. the Bible; tells
work already being done by a'"5 lhe h^ boy David defeated
similar group in the YMHA. jtbc S'ant Goliath in combat. How
The League, which has a char- dld that happen, you MM Well
ter membership of 30. will con- is hard to explain to you but
fine its efforts for the present to 'hc "sw?f '--that God was on
the new service men's center at; Davld s'de/ You thmk vou. are
1711 Alton Road These quar- f ,aP* b"* >">" wi" 8k
ters have been made available *, just like Goliath, because
without charge through the gen-1 God ,s on our slde-
erosity of Carl Weinkle. Well, so long, Adolf. I will
Officers of this new addition write you again soon. Who am I?
eleven senators, f iv<
, governors and 35 representatives they were born im.
t a few of .hern Gentiles. I Palestinian Jews can ioin unit.
men,. of the British amucs. he said,
Henry just as American Jews have en-
favor listed in our own army, and Ca-
thc proposal. : nadian, Polish, Cvcn and Hue-
Influential backers of the com-lsian Jews in then In reply
mittee hurried to Washington for members of the eosnmittee point
quick conferences with important: out that stateless- Jews in this
congressmen and leaders of the [country cannot enlist, although
administration. Their headquart-: they may be caDhd np under the
ers is a small house in a residen-! Selective Service Act The*
tial district, dubbed "the Pales- charge, morevcr. Dkat the British
tinian embassy" by the enthusi. I have assigned PaJestimao Jews
astic lobbyists who sally from it largely to labor battalions, in-
to state their case where they | stead of giving nWm an oppm-
can do most good. Those who re- tunity to strike dnwetry at the
main at home are helping to loose Nazis in combat,
a tornado of telegrams at Mr. I Whether or art (be- cummrile,
Churchill, from Jews and non- influences Mr fnsnrssJ A
JeAVK alil?h 1 A U iCa" PiniOB *
Above their usual, and by now spend eonsidesabsr !Z
familiar arguments, they stress effort in the
the urgency of the present situa-
tion in the Near East. Tobruk.
Bardia, have fallen, and with
them at least 25.000 men. The
British Eighth Army, seriously
weakened, is taking up defensive
positions along the Egyptian
frontier. To the north, the Ninth
is admittedly a "shadow army"
while Turkey sways with the
wind of the battle. In Russia,
another tentacle of the octopus
closes on Sebastapol, last hind-
rance in the Crimea to a Nazi
drize toward the Caucasus, Per-
sia, Iraq, and inevitably Suez.
Spokesmen for the committee
claim to have positive informa-
tion that an Arab revolt is im-
pending in Palestine, that fol-
lowers of the Mufti of Jerusalem,
now a guest in Berlin, will turn
on the British like the Malays
and Burmese. Only a Jewish ar- I
my recruited on the spot can off-
set this, they say.
They quote Mr. Churchill. "The j
crisis of equipment is largely ov-
er. The crisis of manpower and j
woman power is at hand." They ,
claim that 100.000 Jews could be
know they will never meet you if
they wait for you to get to Pal-
estine. They have gone out to
meet you like David of old. Re-
vid and Goliath? I guess you do
not, Adolf, because your conduct
to date shows that you have
never re^d the Bible. Well, for
sonal service
ting of dignirj askd *>.
recruited immediately in the
to Jewish organizational life con-j Oh, I am a Zionist. We believe Near East, that 100.000 more
ist of Mrs. Milton Sirkin, presi- that Palestine belongs to the stateless Jews could soon be ac-
dent; Mrs. Jack August, secre-; Jews and that it should be recog-
I tary; Mrs Philin Lefkowitz. nized by the world as their home-
J Ar" "Tut I tary; Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz,
to ioin Vk Abbott left Saturday \ treasurer ... The sub-committee
Standing ar frCeS '" CamP I chairmen are, Mrs. Barney Wein-
Herbert Blate
en Bruner
* Harold Cohen
Edwin D. Easten
Uroy Feldman
Joe Fields
I. L. Fishbein
David Fleeman
Julian Friedman
Richard Gimbel
Martin Goldstein
Harold H. Gordon
Bernie Greenstein
Harold D. Hester
Herbert Joseph
Milton A. Friedman
Announces the Removal of His Offices
Phone 3-3106 Miami Florida
land. Thcr are many of us Zion-
ists all over the world, and many
more Jews are going to join us
as time goes on. We are all out
to get you. Adolf, and we'll do it
too, because we Zionists know
lhat one of the things we have
to do to get Palestine for our
people is for you and your kind
to be wiped off the face of the
cumulated throughout the world
all to fight Rommel's 100,000
Nazis. Singapore, they note, was
lost to 100,00 Japanese, while
General Stillwell said that an-
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j admission of 900 Jewish immi-
j grants. The quota provides for
the admission of 1,600 immigrants
! but specified that 700 must be
1 non-Jews. In certain cases they
I will be allowed to bring families.
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P. O. BOX 2973
Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor
Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at
the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under
the Act of March 3, 1879
TAMMUZ 18, 5702
Shouldering the Blame
Worth comment is the release from B'nai
B'rith headquarters in Washington concerning
the much discussed "discrimination" in and
about "Uncle Sam's" vast and complicated
organization, our government.
The B'nai B'rith vocational service Bureau
has just published a new brochure, the latest
in an up to the minute study on "Jobs in the
Civil Service." It declares that "Uncle Sam
must be placed well up near the top of any
list of 'Fair' employers" when compared with
most private industries and organizations be-
cause "the most effective tools of discrimina-
tion, questions regarding a job applicant's re-
ligion or nationality and photographs of ap-
plicants, have been eliminated from civil ser-
vice applications."
The usual cry has gone the rounds about
those of our faith who can't get this or that in
military circles, governmental agencies or de-
fense projects. Earned promotions lacking
undeserved washoutsuncalled for disciplin-
ary action and many other complaints. All of
this is claimed due to their name, their face
and their faith.
This new study written by a specialist in
occupational research was reviewed and ap-
proved by the U. S. Civil Service Commission
and emphasizes that departmental personnel
officers "for the most part are eminently fair,
and cases of discrimination are rare." The
brochure notes that "evidence of discrimina-
tion of this kind is more frequent in regional
appointmentsparticularly in the Souththan
in Washington itself."
The new study points out, however, that
"there is some evidence that discrimination is
much more prevalent when it comes to pro-
motionsespecially to higher gradesthan it
is in appointments, but here again, the fault
lies with the individual personnel officer or
supervisor and not with the merit system itself."
Parralleling the results of this study is an
incident occuring locally but this week with
similar happenings occuring all the time. Two
individuals were accused of trying to bribe an
army officer into securing a 'permanent party'
berth for one of the men in service. Despite
the fact that they are nothing more than two
individuals who will be given a fair opportun-
ity to acquit themselves, repercussions are and
will be felt by the entire Jewish community.
Practically identical with the cry of dis-
crimination in military, governmental and de-
fense and the blaming of the whole system
when it is the fault and responsibility of bi-
goted and narrow individuals in charge, is this
like cry of blaming and branding an entire
group for the unamerican, dastardly, atrocious
act, if true, of two individuals.
We must remember however, in comparison
that the effects of condemnation and severe,
though unwarranted, criticism against a minor-
ity group, long the butt of these tactics, places
them in the most unfavorable positionfar
more so than any other individual, group or
Months and years of struggling to enlighten
the world of the true facts of the Jewish picture
all go for naught when the unthinking and
brainless, to put it mildly, encroach upon the
border of wrong-doing.
There is good and bad among allbut as
we complain and shout for that which is fair
and to which we are entitled must we likewise
be sure that we are above reproach.
Experience, much of it, must prove to be
our teacher. Why not profit by it!
Mudiy, Confidential
Day of Independence
This year's celebration of our National Day
of Independence will be a quiet one. It will not
need the mock heroics of noisy fireworks to re-
call the hard-pressed struggle of our forefathers
to achieve liberty and freedom for all men.
It will be observed significantly in the hearts
of people, augmented by the rededication of
their united efforts to victory. It will be ob-
served to the beat of marching men dedicating
their lives to the preservation of those prin-
cipals which July 4 heralds. The true spirit of
that day lives once again this year as men, of
united nations, of diverse races and creeds
fight side by side to retain peace, goodwill and
freedom in a world attacked by barbarians.
It is worthwhile to note that nearly coincid-
ing with Independence Day came the joint an-
nouncement from President Roosevelt and
Prime Minister Churchill broadly indicating a
new turn in our war strategy. Coming at a
time when our allies are hard-pressed by
forceful enemy attacks, the message breathed
a new spirit of optimism and encouragement.
Despite the present dark picture, the historic
conference of these two great leaders led to
statements of new confidence that we would
ultimately achieve the results we want.
Presaging great events and referring to new
offensive strategy on the part of the United Na-
tions, the conference added a new measure of
confidence to the forthcoming observance of
July 4. Marking a new spirit of offensive dedi-
cated to the victory of freedom, it will hold a
high place in the nation's celebration of Inde-
pendence Day. And it is not too much to ex-
pect that the mighty events which will unroll
from this historic conference will some day be
celebrated by a new Day of Freedom which
not one nation but united nations throughout
the world will observe.
"Kindling Sabbath Candles
without taking due blackout pre-
cautions is a violation of rabbinic
law," Dr. Louis Finkelstein, pres-
ident of the Jewish Theological
Seminary, stated in a letter to all
alumni of the institution. He
urged the rabbis to see that mem-
bers of their congregations com-
ply with blackout regulations.
"In a recent test blackout of
New York City," Dr. Finkelstein
said, "some sections failed to ob-
tain total darkness because of the
Sabbath candles which gleamed
from a number of windows. Such
violations of a blackout might, of
course, cost lives in an emer-
gency. Moreover, even in a prac-
tice blackout, such a condition
interferes with the war effort."
"Throughout the war, wherev-
er possible blackout curtains
should be provided for the room
in which the candles are set.
This will obviate all difficulty.
Whenever this is not feasible,
the candles should be set in a
room from which the light is in-
visible outside, or the Sabbath
should be ushered in well before
dark and short candles should be
used which will not burn late into
the night. Anyone who has oc-
casion to leave candles burning
on a Sabbath night, must black-
out his windows before leaving
the house, as though there were
A farewell party tendered to
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner sched-
uled for this coming Sunday, July
5th, has been indefinitely post-
poned. The date for the affair
will be announced following the
holiday known as "The Three
Weeks," now being observed.
an actual air raid. If this is not
possible, someone should remain
in the house until the candles
burn out.
To kindle the lights without
taking these precautions while
the war lasts is a violation of
rabbinic law."
When Prime Minister Winston Churchill arrived in th-
country last week, supporters of the Committee for a Tewi K
Army sent him thousands of wires pleading for the estntv
lishment of such a Jewish army And though most of th
wires were addressed to the White House, the protocol-wis!
telegraph companies delivered every last one of them to th
British Embassy And after two days of an incessant
flood of these telegrams, the piles of which mounted so hiah
that the Embassy staff had to work as from behind ban
cades, one of the secretaries is said to have commented- "i
wish, by jove, the P.M. would decide to give the Jews their
army before we're completely crowded out of our quarters"
A day after Churchill's arrival, incidentally, we were startled
to receive a note from one of our scouts to the effect that
Churchill and Hitler are good friends ... It was quite a while
before we recovered our composure sufficiently to read furth-
er and thus learn that our informant meant Lieutenant
Churchill and Corporal Hitler of the U. S. Army, both of
whom are at the Ordnance Training School at Aberdeen Md
We just want to remind you that Governor Ernent Gruen-
ing of Alaska had been expecting the Japanese attack on his
territory for quite some time, and, as a matter of fact, has
been working for the better fortification of the peninsula and
the Aleutian island chain The first liquor company to
build a plant in which to make synthetic rubber out of alco-
hol, says Danton Walker, will be Seagram's This firm,
as you should know, is controlled by the Bronfman family of
Canada Irony of fate department: Over two years ago,
in April, 1940, Vice Admiral Joseph K. Taussig, now retired!
testified before the Senate Naval Affairs Committee that
Japan was arming herself to the teeth against the United
States Officially Washington immediately disowned him
and hastened to declare formally that the Admiral had been
expressing only his personal views ... So time marched on,
and in December, 1941, the Japs made their infamous fight
against Pearl Harbor And among the Navy officers
wounded in the attack was Ensign Joseph K. Taussig, the
Admiral's son.
When you read the Prophet Ezekiel's words "and your
tires shall be upon your heads and your shoes upon your
feet," don't be too puzzled ... It does look as if the Prophet
were foretelling that the time would come when people would
walk instead of riding around on tires ... But actually Ezek-
iel was referring not to the tires you customarily use on your
car, but to a headdress, the word "tire" in this instance being
a contraction of "attire" ... For the first time since Jews
were permitted to settle in Sweden, which was way back in
1763, a Jewish boy from that land is now studying for the
rabbinate ... He comes from Stockholm, his name is Mena-
sheh Lehman, and he's enrolled at the Ner Israel Rabbinical
College in Baltimore Lehman reports that the total Jew-
ish population of northern Europe's lone neutral nation is
7,000, of whom 6,000 live in the capital Because its com-
munity is so small, Swedish Jewry has hitherto "imported"
its rabbis from Germany or Poland But Lehman expects
to establish a precedent by returning to his native land after
he is ordained by the Ner Israel Yeshiva.
Some of Arthur Szyk's paintings hang in the White House,
he has learned from Mrs. Roosevelt Syzk, a Polish Jew
who lived in Paris until the Nazis took over, is the world's
outstanding anti-Axis satirical cartoonist You've surely
seen some of his Hitler and Goering caricatures on the covers
of some of the large-circulation magazines ... Is it true, by
the way, that the Saturday Evening Post lost 5,000 in circula-
tion since it published Milton Mayer's "Case Against the
Jews?" Joseph Buloff has, it would seem, deserted Sec-
ond Avenue for good The former Yiddish comedian, who
made Broadway roll in the aisles with his antics in "Spring
Again" earlier this season, now has an equally funny part in
that hardy perennial. "My Sister Eileen" Showman Billy
Rose, whose short stature has earned him the title of "Tiny
Titan of Times Square," is having trouble finding chorus
girls for his new night club show This because his de-
mands are so highnot only must the girls be able to sing
and dance, but they must top the six-foot mark in height.
Alexander Rose, New York union leader and an import-
ant figure in the American Labor Party fought in the Jewish
Legion in the first world war ... In those days his name was
Olesh Royz Only a couple of weeks ago, you'll remem-
ber. Rose visited the White House for a discussion of the New
York gubernatorial campaign Emil Lengyel's forthcom-
ing book, scheduled for fall publication, is about Siberia,
where he spent a couple of years in a military camp during
the first world war ... It was during his captivity there that
Lengyel's originally dark hair turned white Now that be
has given us the best movie of the decade, William Wyler.
director of "Mrs. Miniver," has left screenland for service
with the Air Corps And he's Major Wyler now TO
your list of Jewish athletes in our armed forces add the name
of Irving Jaffee, Olympic ice-skating champion Irving has
enlisted in the Coast Guard Winchell reveals, incident-
ally, that the Dr. Paul Roland who has been reported miss-
ing after the fall of Bataan, where he was the outstanding
medical hero, was bom Paul Rosenberg Roland was one

FRIDAY, JULY 3. 1942
+Jewish n*rMk*n
With the Houses of Worship of the Greater Miami Area
1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
1.36 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Sabbath Services
Daily services are held at 8:00
a. m. and at 8:00 p. m. Friday
night services are conducted at
8 o'clock and Saturday morning
services at 9 o'clock, for both
civilians and soldiers. At 10 a.
m. Dr. Samuel Bension will
preach. At 7 p. m. the mincha
service will be followed by the
Oneg Shabbas, and maarive ser-
Saturday Night Recaptions
At 8:30 p. m. the second of a
series of Havdolah receptions will
be conducted in the patio for both
soldiers and civilians. The pro-
gram will be of a patriotic nature
and will be carried out under the
direction of Miss Dorothy Light-
man, well known local elocution
teacher. Irving Laibson, young
violinist at the University of
Florida has also been invited to
play for the occasion. Rerfresh-
ments will be served at which
Mrs. Ida Greenblatt and Mrs.
Ben Marbach will be the host-
Military Services
Special military services under
the auspices of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association will be
conducted next Sunday at the
Center synagogue at 10 o'clock.
One of the rabbis will preach and
Mrs. Hilda Lampe Lengyel will
be the soloist. In view of the
Fourth of July week-end the
Jewish War Veterans have been
invited to attend in a body and
will participate in a flag salute.
All soldiers and civilians are
urged to attend.
Soldiers Recreation Activities
In addition to the weekly Sat-
urday night Havdolah receptions
which will be continued next
week, the Center social room and
patio are open every evening to
the soldiers. There will be an
informal dance and entertain-
ment under the auspices of Mrs.
Esther Levy and her group of
triends on Thursday evening to
which all are invited. Last Tues-
day evening the local chapter of
the AZA, the Junior B'nai B'rith
Fraternity, were hosts to the sol-
diers and served refreshments
and hospitality. The Jewish Cen-
ter Social League, Edward Green-
blatt. president, is carrying on a
campaign for books to expand
the facilities of the soldier's li-
brary in the Social Room. The
Men's Club are making arrange-
mants for the fixing up of the
Social Room with lamps, desks,
arm chairs, etc. to make it more
suitable for lounging. The open
air patio is available evenings
for relaxation and informal danc-
ing. Mrs. Ben Marbach is ar-
ranging for Tuesday night as Sis-
terhood night for entertaining
our military guests. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin's committee are continuing
the family invitation service and
Mrs. Levy's committee is contin-
uing the mending service for the
soldiers. Yiddish letter writing
has become a regular service
Consecration of Ark Announced
It is announced that the tenta-
tive date for the consecration of
the beautifully magnificent ark
which has been donated by Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Friedlander to
the Center synagogue will take
P'ace on Sunday evening, July
12th. Details will be announced
in the forthcoming issue.
The reorganized Sunday School
Assembly which goes under the
name of Gedud habbonim met
last Sunday morning, and had
sngs, music, stories and refresh-
ments. The Sunday morning
There will be a membership
meeting of the Beth Sholem Cen-
ter of North Beach at the home of
Harry Cohen. 600 W. 45th Street,
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.
The building to house the cen-
ter is being renovated and will
be completed in two weeks. This
building is located at 761 41st St.
For further information Dr.
Max Ellis, in charge if the Cen-
ter's activities, may be contacted i
at 980 W. 48th St., Miami Beach. |
Phone 58-2188.
1S23 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
530 S. W. 17th Avenue
i:>4.-> S. W. Third Street
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace, Ph. 4-0406
Religious Services
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.
The Ycshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, will
conduct classes daily for child-
ren from kindergarten to tal-
mudic education.
Daily services are held at 8:00
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.
Mishna and other adult educa-
tional classes are held daily at
6:30 p. m.
minyan of boys and girls, aged 12
to 14, also made its initial ap-
pearance with Mr. Freedman in
charge. Children of the neigh-
borhood are invited to join. Reg-
istration is on now mornings at
the office for the Day Camp. He-
brew school classes are meeting
regularly and other education and
social activities under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Leon Spitz.
Center Members Commissioned
Yasher kochachem is our best
wishes for several of our mem-
bers who have recently become
commissioned and have joined
the armed forces. Our sincerest
congratulations to Captain (Dr.)
B. J. Coleman, and Ensign (Atty.)
Godfrey Newman. We also learn
that a son of Kolman Luria has
been promoted to a captaincy.
Many more of our members have
joined the ranks as enlisted men.
Readers are asked by the Uni-
versity of Florida to cooperate
in the University's efforts to
know the name of every former
student who is now in military
The office of Frank S. Wright,
University of Florida, Gaines-
ville, announces that it has been
making an intensive effort in re-
cent months in building a "war
file" of Florida alumni, and it is
now estimated that approximate-
ly 4,000 former students of the
university are in service.
University officials will ap-
preciate very much a post card
sent to Mr. Wright at Gainesville
simply giving the name of the
young man in this community in
some branch of the armed ser-
Buy War Stamps and Bonds
NOW and give our men in the
armed forces the help they need.
Daily Minyon_________8:30 a. m.
Mincha ............................7:30 p. m.
Maariv ...................._......8:00 p. m.
Saturday______________9:00 a. m.
Pro Patria
Our boys are joining Uncle
Sam's forces of Democracy in ev-
er increasing numbers and this
week we stop to salute William
Pallot who has received his com-
mission as a naval ensign and
left for Cornell University to
complete his basic training. We
wish him Godspeed and pray for
his safe return.
Sabbath Devotional
The Sabbath Devotional for
service men will be conducted by
Rabbi Kellner at 8:30 p. m. on
Friday. Members of the com-
mittee last week who helped to
house our guests were Mrs. Adel-
man, Mrs. Block, Mrs. Berkowitz,
Mrs. Chertkof, Mrs. Smillens,
Mrs. Kellner, Mrs. Mintzer, Mrs.
Pallot, Mrs. Shier, Mrs. Shochet,
Mrs. Stein.
With the Rabbi
Rabbi Kellner will conduct
service for the Officer Candidate
School on Sunday morning at 9
o'clock in the east room of the
Roney Plaza Hotel. Arrange-
ment are presently being made
to conduct Divine Services for
the Jewish Men of the Embry
Riddle School.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
weekly Rabbinical Radio Hour
on Sunday afternoon next at 4:30
o'clock over Station WIOD. His
subject will be "The Independ-
ence We Crave."
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy recov-
ery of Harry Miller, for whose
well-being prayers were said in
our synagogue.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend sincere
congratulations to Mrs. J. Louis
Shochet upon the recent mar-
riage of her daughter, Esther, to
Mr. Alvin Frederick Gardner.
May the Lord serve his bountiful
blessing to the young couple.
We are pleased to congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Burger,
who were united in holy wedlock
at our rabbi's home last week.
On Sunday afternoon Rabbi Kell-
ner performed the marriage cere-
mony of Private and Mrs. Alex-
ander Waldman and we are hap-
py to send congratulations to the
young couple.
Unveil ings
On Sunday, July 5th at 1:30 p.
m. the memorial stone of the late
Louis Katz will take place.
Friends of the former brother are
asked to attend.
In Memoriam
The" memorial stones in honor
of our tragically lost friends, the
late Mr. Isadore Silver and Mr.
May Silver will be dedicated this
Sunday, July 5th at 2:00 p. m.
in the Woodlawn Cemetery. We
reverently request our member-
ship to be present at these sol-
emn services.
Lest We Forget
The family of the late Mrs.
Dora Rosengarten will unveil the
memorial stone honoring her
memory this Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 p. m. It behooves us to
honor her unforgettable memory
with our presence at the unveil-
Miami Beach
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Services of Congregation Shaa- \
ray Tefila, temporarily located at
1527 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, are scheduled for Friday
at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday at'
9:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. During
Saturday morning services Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
speak on the subject, "Strict-
ness and Mildness."
Shalosh S'udos will be con-
ducted at 7:15 p. m. Saturday.
The rabbi will address the au-
Throughout the week services
are conducted at 8 a. m. and 7:30
p. m.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Rabbi Rackovsky conducts a
class in Ein-Yacov and on Wed-
nesday and Thursday a Shiyur in
Jewish Law and Customs.
Any questions concerning Jew-
ish Law, Rabbi Rackovsky will
be glad to answer if presented to
him at the congregation or at his
residence, 13 3 0 Pennsylvania
Ave., phone 5-5495.
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
Residence Phone, 2-2176
I'll.,ii.- 6-9063
Mrs. Louis Maruulies, Reporting
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-774S
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1263
Miami Beach
5400 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. Tou may consult
with him on matters concerning, the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to say. each matter will b
held In strict confidence.
Regular services at Temple Is-
rael, 137 N. E. 19th St. Friday
evening at 8:15 o'clock with Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan officiating.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday the
memory of the following will be
Recently departed: Gussie Har-
kins, wife of Morris Harkins;
Sophie Newman Ackerman,
mother of Leo Ackerman and
Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter; Louis
Hyman, father of Maxwell Hy-
man; Samuel Livingston, father
of Miss Doris Livingston.
Yahrzeits: Jacob Snetman,
father of Louis Snetman; Carrie
Wolf, sister of Mrs. J. Eppstein;
Fanny Wolkowsky, mother of
Herman Wall.
Rabbi Max Shapiro has re-
turned to Miami after a ten day
trip to New York City, where he
attended the conference of the
American Jewish Congress and
also visited with his parents. Rev.
and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro.
Talmud Torah
We wish once again to remind
parents who have not registered
their children at our daily He-
brew School to do so without
further delay. There is still
enough time left of the summer
semester for your child to get
the proper Hebrew instructions
under the direction of Louis Ga-
The rabbi, officers and mem-
bers of Beth David Congregation
wish to express their condolences
to Leo Ackerman, in his hour of
bereavement at the loss of his
beloved mother. May her soul
be bound up in the bond of
eternal life.
For several months "Sholosh-
Seudos" have been taking place
in the synagogue Saturday after
the "Mincha" services at 7 p. m.
This week Harry Simons has do-
nated the entire refreshments for
the occasion.
Sisterhood Chairmen
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president,
wishes to announce that at a
board meeting held last Wednes-
day, the following ladies were ap-
pointed as chairmen for the en-
suing year 1942-43:
House and house decoration.
Mrs. Jack August; Friday nights,
hospitality, and Succo, Mrs. Hy-
man Sootin; altar, Mrs. Chas. Ab-
bott; parliamentarian, Mrs. Mey-
er Schwartz; library, Mrs. Nat
Zalka; Happy Day fund, Mrs.
Chas. Goldstein; remembrance
fund, Mrs. Lewis Brown; tele-
phone, Mrs. Ben Kandel; defense.
Mrs. S. Rauzin and Mrs. I. Fine;
membership and visiting sick,
Mrs. N. Jacobs; Saturday morn-
ing, Mrs. L. J. Hartz; Sunday
School, Mrs. Sam Dickson; pro-
gram. Mrs. Max Shapiro; public-
ity, Mrs. Louis Margulies; Fed-
eration representative, Mrs. Har-
ry Oliphant; Congregational rep-
resentative (board meetings).
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Mrs. S.
Rauzin, Mrs. I. Cohen.
L*^ la the BEST.' ~\,
Tidbits from Everywhere)
of Broadway's best-loved doc-
tors That pretty girl selling
newspapers at the corner of
Seventh Avenue and 49th St.,
is Dorothy Kaplan, holding the
fort for brother Jack, who had
to leave his stand when Uncle
Sam called him up for service.
American refugees who've
managed to return from Europe
have brought with them a num-
ber of good stories that are now
going the rounds One of
these concerns a fishing trip
that Hitler took The camp
lay just at the Swiss border, and
the stream Adolf chose for his
angling served as the border-
line^one bank lying in Ger-
lSni South Andrews Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
70S S. K. 9th Street
Telephone 141S
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m. Service men welcome.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 p. m. in the home" of Mrs. A. A.
Newman, 411 E. Broward Blvd.
Sewing for war relief Tuesday
from 12:30 to 5 p. m. in the social
rooms of the Temple.
many, the other in Switzerland.
So Hitler rodded and reeled,
but nary a nibble did he get .
Yet on the opposite bank a
Swiss angler was hauling one
fish after the other Finally
Hitler hailed the other fisher-
man and asked: "How come
that though we're both fishing
in the same stream you're
catching a tremendous lot, while
I can't get a single one?" .
"That's easily explained, Herr
Hitler," the Helvetion told him.
"On this side of the stream the
fish aren't afraid to open their
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FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1942
THE Y. M. H. A.
Meet George Goldberg. Our We acknowledge with thanks
Secretary of the Treasury donations for our ice cream party
George was born in Minsk, for Friday afternoon from our
ful to the YMHA and the ath- ]
letic department for affording
I them this splendid opportunity. I
[ We sincerely urge as many of |
those who would like to play
1 Sunday morning diamondball to ,
' be present at the Riverside Ball '
i Park. S. W. 4th St. and 8th Ave.
at 9:30 a. m. Everybody will
i play.
In the regular City League, the
YMHA continues to hold a com-
fortable lead of three games ov-
er the- nearest opponent. Chances
B'nai B'rith
o tes
A bureau has been created in
Sholem Lodge to maintain rela-
are exceptionally good that our tionship with the B'nai B'rith
Russia, December 15. 1898. Made President Phil Berkowitz
his home in Charleston. S. C. from Nat Blumberg a member HA byS wUI CP ""' numbers who are servmg m the
upon his arrival in the United of our Board. This Friday is the
States in 1913. He lived there un- birthday of Douglas Byron
til 1925 when he decided to come Schwartz, son of your scribe.
to Miami. He became active in Doug will be 3 and he is one of
activities of Sholem Lodge c
be continued.
Last Sunday, June 28. there
half championship. Here's hop- armed forces of our country. If was a baseball game between
ing. you know of any member who'Miami Beach A.Z.A and the
News 'Round Town has joined and know where he newly former Sigma Rho Chap-
Our president. Phil Berkowitz, is stationed, please write or tor of the order. After a fierce
communal work and met his wife, the champions of the "kindenr.r- wno is presently on a business phone the B'nai B'rith office. It struggle, the Sigma Rha Chapter
the former Ida Alpern of Char- ten group A party in his honor ,our in Ilu' east' lan K<1 llu' has boi'n dccldcd that al1 mem- won, by the close score of seven
leston. They were married in the is being given by his oarents to YMHA ff his mind and has pur- bers in service are relieved of the to six. This Sunday. July 5.
year 1927. They have two daugh- the children of the camo chased several large fans to be; necessity of paying any dues' marks the date of the traditional
placed in the "Y" auditorium for while 111 such service. A list is ball game between Miami 322
the comfort of its members and now being compiled of these chapter and the Beach chapter.
friends. members and your help will be The winner shall have possession
Two of our former athletic di- greatly appreciated. <>f the large silver loving cup.
rectors, Mickey Lubel and Lefty; For we nun behind the lines '" accordance with time honored
Schemer, visited with the YMHA who have not vet been called, tradition. Miami 322 is now the
during the oast week-end. They there is plenty that can be done. Proud possessor of the cup. All
left for Camp Blanding to be in- V\V can furnish the weapons for tne frit'nds of A.Z.A are invited
the Harry Schwartz^ ducted. Please read Bill Boxer- our fighting boys by buying De- to S(.'c the Rame- which starts at
erkowitz's who have man's "Marching Men" column fense Bonds. It is not enough oclock at Flamingo Park.
ten. ages 13 and 7 years respec- Milstein's Lead Duckpin League
n ,' f' v"'Mg0n 7m ,nLerewd Martv Milstein's Duckpin Team
in the ^. M. H. A. way back in
1933 when they first started. In
the business world, Mr. Goldberg
is owner of the Florida Whole-
sale Grocery Co.. located at 82
N. E. 2Gth Street. Miami. Be-
sidi s George's duties as Treasur-
er of the Y. M. H. A., he is also
a member of the Board of Un-
defeated the Levinson's in two
of three games to increase their
load to four games over the sec-
ond place Hal Berkowitz team
who lost two of three games to
Abe Berkowitz, Tied for third
place are
and Al B
each won 1
Mercantile National Bank of Mi- Tied tittiTZkd sixth pla
?^.^'^y,*sonu: 'he Abe Berkowitz's and the Al
Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Beth David.
Jewish Welfare, Miami Chamber
of Commerce. Board of Trade.
Zionist organization and last but
not least, is an honorary citizen
of Father Flanagan's Boy's Town
of Nebraska. As Treasurer.
George's greatest desire is to fill
Reisman's who have each won 17
and lost 16. In seventh place is
Hal Levinson's team with 11 vic-
tories and 22 defeats and holding
up the rest of the league are the
strong Sol Weinkle's who have
won 9 games and lost 24. The
following are the averages of the
the Y cash fund to greater pro- firsl ,2 high bowlers:
portions than ever before. Won't Marty M,lstl,m 106. Ha, L
you please help him by becoming inson, 10C; Ah(. Berkowitz, 104-
a member now.' S(i, L(.,ln ao. Ham. g^
Beach Home Camp to Open 99; Al Reisman. 99: George Rach-
Monday. July 6 lin. 99; Al Berkowitz. 99.
All is in readiness for the op- The high game lead is still held
emng of the Beach Home Camp by Ralph Grossman with a 151
on Monday morning, July 6 at-game. The high set is held joint-
9:30 at the Children's Corner, ly by Hal Levinson and Sam
1849 James Avenue. Miami Seitlin of three games with a
Beach. Maurice Grossman, ex- total score of 362.
ecutive director of the YMHA. is | There are but two weeks re.
conducting this camp and an- maining for the conclusion of
tion in all defense activities.
for details. I just to buy two or three or even FuUm> plans of the orgamza-
fth o*d sixth place are UI t'olu,(l|l'lu',s to '-'' chair- ten bonds, you must buy every tion include a Florida wide con-
man of our board. Leo Acker- week as often as you are paid. vcnlion to be held here in Sep-
man. upon the death of his moth- The men out there lighting do not tembcr. soldiers entertainment.
er, Sophie Newman Ackerman. have any choice: they are in ac- con,'nui'd selling of war stamps
May her soul rest in peace. tion .very minute and they can- and Donds- and active participa-
A Personal Plea for First Aiders not postpone their activities.
If you have your standard card Therefore, we behind the lines
and are not stationed al a First | should not procrastinate in our
Aid Post and are available for I purchases of bonds, buying them
duty any time of the day or only when we feel in the mood.
night, contact Mrs. J. Schaffer at but we should buy them today
the YMHA at once, by phoning and every pay day. It is little
3'40!2-______________ enough for us to do to back up
**** ... '-~# .. tne boys in the front lines. *
LEGAL NOTICES Over 25 members of the local
chapter of AZA gathered at the
Notice is hereby given that l have
rili-,1 my final report and petition
tor Final Discharge an Administrator,
nounces that a staff of trained the first half of "thta" Duckpin* sWiay^HuKS? JlllSy'S
instructors has been engaged for League. If you like to bowl '" "......rable Bianton, County
this project. Tuition is S4.00 per, come out and you will be olaceri : itfgSrtf J*,2m ^ffi're^and rSr
Dade County. Florida^ | ^ YMHA last night under the su-
Your Patronage Appreciated
1242 N. W. 3rd Avenue
Phone 2-8831
week and registration may be | on one of the teams. Gi
anus are
, final discharge as Administrator, i -.
made directlv at the camp. held each and every Thursday I 'fcC&JSU?"* ""'"'y "' LeV"
Home Camp starting at 8:30 p. m. at the Mi-I Tnl" '-"' ,Ul..y. "I '".'"' {**
The third week of the Home ami Recreation Alleys. 301 South AdmlnlSraIto?VITCH
Camp started with an enrollment Miami Avenue. j ft'JS^'fflntoimlor. ,-. r. a
of 83 pupils. So popular has this Frank Rose Pleased with A K ,; '- '' -'-
project become, that new regis- Turnout in ,-,,inty jcdties court
'rations are made daily at the | For the second consecutive I Dade County, Florida
"T. This week Mrs. Blanche I week more than A. K.'s around I"-- Ratal
Meyers, our tap and ballet in-, the "Y" turned up to get their |
pervision of B'nai B'rith advisors
Sam Silver and Nathan Adelman
and conducted a rip-roaring of-
ficers election. The following
are the successful office holders
for the coming term. Congratu-
lations, fellows, and we wish you
the best of luck.
Ted Sackowitz. president: Joe'
Gehringer, vice president: Leon-,
ord Oxen burg, secretary; Sey-
mour Gladstone, treasurer; Mar-'
vin Goldman, publicity; Irving'
j Pont, sergeant-at-arms; Milton
' Torem. assistant sergeant-at- I
i arms.
Just recently the local lodge!
made a payment of nearly $2000 :
i to the district lodge for member-1
ship dues. Our treasury is very!
NO. 11 ox 3
11 i:\l-.Y SIKr.KI.
structor started her project. It; turn at bat and partake in the! notice of intention to make much depleted and money is
is a sight to behold to watch the festivities of a free for all diam- application for final
little kindergarteners A- ,u-:-' -"-- -
lie kindergarteners do their ondball game. Many of the boys Notice la her.b? give n that I have
allet. Next week Miss Pat Auer. were huffing and puffing after a p f,i" \^"^TV" aJSSSZLIZ
ack, our dramatic instructor, few innings had passed Howev- '' T. a. l'"".-' .v"of &ET2i
k Henry Kiagcl, deceased; and thai on
. the -'.Hi day of July, 1942, I will anpiv
. to the Honorable W. F. Blanti.ti
_ i punty Judge <.f Dade County, Flor-
iiln. for approval of snld final report
needed badly. Please pay your
dues promptly so that the manv
in Miami, Florida
With Chrerrul Hotfl Atmosphere
Por Rt, Conmlrscmt. Chronlt
nd Aute Mfdlml Ciw
Graduate Nurslnn and Dietetic Staff.
Resident Physician. Complete Physical
Therapy. Four Acres Landscaped
Grounds. Sporls. Recreations.
A. W. ELLIS. Pres.
J W PUTIN. M.D., Med. Dlr.
I S. W. 30th Conrt, Miami. Florida
will return from New York and j er. they'are getting to 't^pink I Ihe"*?
start her routine. I f condition and they are thank
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OiceoL Jfoiel
. r" ri?al dlHcharsre as Admlnl*-
trator C. T. a. i>. it. x. f ,.,, .......,,,,
--f Henry Blecel, deceased
This L'tth day of Juiif. 1942
Attorney for Administrator
C. T. A. |). n N
8/26 7 i-10-17.
lUBON Kai-lav. Attorney W""'
OS Seybold lluildint:
Miami. Florida
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FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1942
Jenisii thricfi-tr
noTES FRom n jeuiish
From the Top of Your City Editor'i Desk Come* This Collec-
tion of Notes. News and Nonsense. Gathered at
Random and Good for Laughs
Dedicated to a Martyred Town
On June 10, the Nazi radio
boasted to the world of the com-
plete destruction of Lidice, town
of 1,200 souls, in reprisal for the
killing of Heydrich, the hang-
man. The men had been shot,
women imprisoned and children
exiled. The town had been com-
pletely wiped out, yet the spirit
of that martyred town will con-
tinue to live. About 52 miles
from New York City there is the
village of Bohemia, located in
the heart of Suffolk county. Here
there are nearly 1,200 men, wo-
men and children and who are
mostly of Czech descent. These
people have petitioned the Town
Board to change the name of the
town to Lidice. "The rededica-
tion of Lidice," a spokesman
said. American Lidice will
be a token of the determination
of our citizens to win this war
to triumph everlastingly over the
oppressors who would deprive
us of our rights, our freedom and
our very lives."
Hear! Hear!
Phil Baker hits the bell every
time he tells this one: "I tried
to buy a copy of 'Mein Kampf
out the bookseller said he could
not sell me any gas without a ra-
tion card!" ... If by any chance
the gag he tells slumps, Baker
likes to quip: "That egg should
have had a convoy!" When
a young actress tried to impress
producer Charles Martin by say-
ing she knew Catherine Cornell
and Helen Hayes, Charlie
cracked: "Do you know them to
speak toor to talk about?" .
The new trick gadgets around
townsilver rings set with solid
pieces of rubber and that seems
an awful waste of good war stuff.
When someone pointed out the
run in her stocking to Gypsy
Rose Lee she shrugged her
BlKralders: "They're on their last
legs anyhow." Meyer Davis
who goes around listening to ev-
erybody's troubles ran into quite
a situation the other day. Seems
his fiddle player was crying
about his marriage. Meyer, the
good Samaritan, asked: "Are you
on speaking terms with your
wife" to which the fiddle player
replied, "Well, I listen" Which
reminds us of what happened to
Melvyn Douglas. He was talk-
ing to Ray Block about a comic
who's been out of work for years.
"What's he doing now," asked
Douglas. "Haven't you heard,"
replied Block, "he's toastmaster
in a breadline."
Columnist's Cuffnotes
By the time you read this that
new national English-language
Jewish magazine will be out on
the newsstands. Edited by M.
Nurenberger, the "Jewish Mir-
ror" in its first issue will feature
articles by Lion Feuchtwanger,
Ludwig Lewisohn, I. J. Singer
and others The week's lead-
ing statement in the bad taste
can be credited to Harold Ross,
editor of the New Yorker. Ob-
jecting to a proposed plan to
make a picnicking ground near
his home in Connecticut, Ross,
dubbed "I Don't Want to Be Un-
democratic" by Walter Winchell,
complained of the influx of the
"most alarming" bunch of people
from Harlem and the Bronx. Up
to date, the plan has been shelved
and critical comments of his
statement are still forthcoming.
Meanwhile, people are wonder-
ing if Ross knows that many of
the boys risking their lives to
keep the country safe from some
really "alarming" and grasping
Nazis are from the Bronx and
West Palm Beach
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cated at 226 South Olive, in the Fox Building, the new office will have the full time of Mrs. Schreb-
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Sincere good wishes.
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Our sincere good wishes to
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known her as a bride and as a
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Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Greer
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Lots of good luck and success
to Mrs. Schrebnick. We consid-
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Mayor J. O. Bowen.

Best wishes for your continued
good health and success in your
new location.
Joe H. Lesser.

As special representative of
The Floridian, we are wishing
you success, knowing you will
make good.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dubbin
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Congratulations to one who is
always thinking of others and,
whose record of service is known
to all.
The Hamilton Family
Congratulations Best wishes
for a successful future.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner

I wish Mrs. Schrebnick, my
friend for thirty years, success in
her venture.
Vincent Oaksmith, Vice Mayor
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Sincere good wishes and lots
of luck.
Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius.
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Best wishes, in your new enter-
prise. You have always been a
good friend and neighbor to the
folks of West Palm Beach for
many years.
W. H. Hitt. Former Mayor

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With very best wishes to Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick. She has al-
ways stood for the best in our
community, to which she gave
clever children and in which she
has been a strong, fine influence.
I am sure that her newspaper
will be stabilizing and helpful
in these troublous times.
Mariem Stowers

With every good wish to Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick in her new
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London (WNS) The United
Nations are considering strong re-
prisals against Nazi Germany for
the massacre of 700,000 Jews in
Nazi-occupied Poland, which has
shocked the entire civilized
world, it was disclosed here in
a special broadcast to the Jews
of Poland.
Congregation Temple Israel] Dr. Bertha Sher has returned
entertained Wednesday at to New York after attending the
Schwartzberg Hall. Hosts were I funeral of her brother, Samuel
David Goldsmith and Mrs. Albert | Sher.
Gasper- Mrs, Sam A. Goldstein is ser-
Beth Israel and its Sisterhood (iously ill in Atlanta,
entertained at a dance for the I Clifford Ricks has been trans-
soldiers Sunday night at Scher ferred from Kess|or Field to Mor.
rison Field Air Base.
Mrs. Clara Landau, former
Lake Worth resident, is now
making her home with her daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Greenberg.
Word has been received by Mr.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein par-
ticipated in the program of the
victory jubilee celebration spon.
sored by the Chamber of Com-
Jack Kapner has passed the ex-
and Mrs. Harry Greene that their, amination of the auxiliary fire-
son, Sgt. Albert Greene is now man.
on maneuvers in California. *;,. D u <- j
.- Mlss Ruth Goodmark has been
Mrs. Sam Green is a patient at reappointed to the Palm Beach
Faculty, Department of Public
John Hopkins hospital in Balti-
more, Maryland.
Miss Flore Schutzer is visiting Mrs. Isabel Kapner is conduct-
relatives for several weeks be-: ing red cross first aid classes
fore returning to Newark, N. J. j weekly.
Ira Levin, son of A. Levin, has' ,, /- u ^ .
been promoted to a post in the gf** recuperating from
supply department of the army.
He is stationed in Arkansas.
Maurice Dickson has returned
from a two weeks trip to Sebring.
Stanley and Billy Greenstein,
sons of Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel
I. H. Lesser has returned from
a vacation in Rome and Atlanta,
Ga. Mrs. Lesser and their son,
Shepard remained there.
Joseph Schrebnick has joined
the Norton Gallery Choir as a
Greenstein, are recuperating from baritone vuuir ub a
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss left for
New York where they will visit
their sons, Harold and Walter.
Private Henry Goldstein is ex-
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FRIDAY. JULY 3, l942
i found on the reactionary side of
the fence Hitting below the
belt. Cox made the Nazi-like
complaint that our government
now was "in the keeping of an
alien and alien-minded group."
adding a la Coughlin. "the man I
who has been in charge of the
administration of price control,
operates at the present time un-
der the alias of Henderson."
By Victor Wayne
(This is the second and last of
a series of articles on the ping-
Now the reply of Henderson c whjch hag bpen dom.
gained no circulation because -1 1;,tort by Jewish table tennis
did not appear in the press any- ^ year.)
where, to our knowledge ... It
lies buried in the records of the Ping-PongA He Man's Game
recent Price Control Hearings. Last week in the first of this
Part IX. pp. 512-53 For this | series we mentioned that table
reason we allude to it hero, for tennis is not a game that moans
the benefit of those who origin- pushing an inflated celluloid
ally inquired of us. as well as spheroid across a net with pad-
others who may have road this -;:,.- | onotonous regular-
vicious canard and behoved it. > of a metronome in throe
Fur the record let it bo said !'"t rather a game
. .,. ... ... that Henderson replied thus: "I '.,:, -tricate maneuvers.
Abases and Alien-Minded havo Seon my birth certificate bs. serves, cof-
... Not so long ago in a local plant ()f ]9]. and u is on _.;. ; ^:< No ,, .
manufacturing war materials Leon Henderson ...I hav. I rs hug the tables
Hitler sympathizers circulated a ,h(, headstone un Chester Bullett bul rather the} stand some six or
pamphlet by a notorious Amen-1 Henderson my ,ather a lav,,,,., nd the tables and
preacher in the Methodist Pro- ....."-- th( I .-s the nets
testant Conference
can fascist
It contained
"smear" statements calculated to
confuse and divide the American
Millville. with machine gun rapidity. In
And I have seen the warrant the old days you dropped the
people It employed the fav- whjch hjs fath j h Q ,h,n paddles w,u.n forehand be-
orite technique of the propagand- d(,rS()n ol)taincd Jj an< gan ,,, mi ist, Today, a
ist-name calling Every lib- N |h(, waf h(.tW(,,,n th(. t pIayer dr, as much as three
eral in our federal government ,., haV(, S(,(,n t|u, or |(,ur mds Jn tournament
was charged with being a Jew. Uu, h(.udstonc in lh(, Bro;|d St|.(,(,t match.
Among those so named was Methodist Episcopal Cemetery in! -
Leon Henderson, federal price Bridgeton. New Jersey, of his
control administrator Several grandfather, dating back before
inquiries came to us from Jewish 180o and the headstone in that
people who themselves had fall- Methodist Episcopal Cemetery is
en prey to this propaganda Henderson ... I have talked
lending himself He also took
issue with Cox's artificial foam-
ing at the mouth about the
'"aliens" running the government
He said. "Let me content mvself
We stated that although we knew w,th the oldest members of the with this ... We have in the De-
Honderson to be non-Jewisn, he Henderson family as to the fore-
himself had never expressed him- runners of this South Jersey fam-
self publicly on the subject. ily ()f Henderson, of farmers and
A few days ago. evidence came fisherman, and so far as I know
to us from the lips of Henderson there never has been an alias."
himself ... It came by way of a Let it be put down to the
retort to Congressman Cox of Americanism of Henderson that
Georgia, who so often has been he did not stop with thus de-
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lows who at one time were ;
aliens." On which we comment.
Bravo. Mr. Henderson!"
Quite sad. is it not. in this,
democracy now at war against
the evil powers of the world, i
when all our efforts should be
strained toward winning the war, i
that it even should be necessary '
for Henderson to "defend" him-
self against the charge of being
j Jew? As if it mattered what
one's faith is!
We regret that Henderson is'
not a Jew. for we would be proud '
to claim him as one of our faith.
And we would counsel Cox and
others of his ilk to put a mora-
torium on idle talk and address
themselves to the business of!
winning the war ... It surely
will not be won by stirring up
racial and religious strife .
That's exactly what Hitler wants.
Gut Shabbos!
Word comes to us at press
time that some Jews in the
Miami area are planning to op-
en their places of business on
the Fourth of July Any-
one, be he Jew or non-Jew. who
insists upon a "business as us-
ual" policy on this most im-
portant of national observances,
is not worthy cf the name
"American" ... Of course
there are exceptions in the case
of services essential to health,
but there is no reason whatso-
ever why most other businesses
should not be observant .
Now. if never before, every
American citizen must pay this
external tribute to the democ-
racy under which (fortunately
for him) he lives.
With the cooperation of the
Jewish War Veterans, a spe-
cial ADL committee is calling
personally upon the leading
Jewish merchants and urging
them to do what most of them
probably will do of their own
accordremain closed .
However, we do not want the
actions of a few recalcitrants
to reflect upon the Jewish bus-
iness group as a whole .
Therefore, insofar as is physic-
ally possible. EVERY Jewish
merchant will be visited.
If YOU know of anyone who
is not planning to conform,
will you make it your duty to
speak to him and remind him
of what U fitting and proper?
Until last year, the table tennis
scene was dominated by Jewish
ping-pong players. Today, an out-
sider. Joe Pagliaro holds the
American title and two bitter
'rivals are training to aeieat him
! at the forthcoming matches.
i Heitner is really trying for the
' comeback with a vengeance. It
I reminds us of the first time we
met him. He was training to de-
feat Solly Schiff. billed by the
, Table Tennis Association as "the
tiger of the table tennis turna-
ments." Sid is the kind of guy
who scoffs at the ferociousness of
football or lacrosse; who laughs
at the rigors of rugby or hockey;
and it is with a sneer that he
condescends to speak of water
polo or wrestling. This chap,
who has earned the title of the
"Amazing Austrian." is a tall, 31
year old Jewish lad. who came to
this country some twenty years
ago. He has a strongly built body
one that has seen years of
strenuous action in the ping-pong
courts, He has weathered com-
petition which pitted him against
such brilliant stars as Jacobson,
Bit renbaum, Schusshcum, Mos-
kowitz, Lobel and Landor Glanzc.
all national champs at one time
ir another.
Every inch the fighter and
sportsman. Heitner is confident
he will repeat his former cham-
pionship performances and will
defeat Pagliaro this year. "I was
never in better shape" he says
and we can very well believe it.
The rigorous and gruelling train-
ing grind he undergoes in order
to reach the pinnacles of physic-
al perfection is well-night incred-
ible ... Of course, he plays daily
but a month before a table tennis
tournament starts, Heitner, who
is an insurance agent living jn
the Bronx, begins his monoton,
ous and arduous routine to which
he attributes his excellence on
the table courts of America
He retires each night at the un'
seemly hour of nine, and doesn't
smoke or drink. He rises earlv
and sprints for the subway and
a seat. It is on this ride down
town that Sidney, instead of
reading his morning paper, de-
vises new stratagems for use on
his opponents Says Heitner
of his routine: "It is really im.
portant. I have played lawn
tennis and I think of the mental
strain of the outdoor game is
nothing compared to table tennis
I'm confident about my ability
but I think either I or Schiff or
Bierenbaum will defeat Pagli-
Once, after a tournament. Heit-
ner showed us some clippings.
One from the sedate New York
Times interested us very much.
"In spite of all the talented table
tennis aces, only a small number
was seededevidence to the fact
that discretion is the bettor part
of valor "Tigerman" Schiff,
defending champion, is chopping
his way through all opposition.
He will have trouble when he
meets Heitner. the former champ.
Marvelous Marcus Schussheim is
fighting to hold his lead. Abie
Bierenbaum and Jimmy Jacob-
son, Sammy Silberman and Max
Rushavasky are all there too
and yet people talk of hard times
in Kansas City."
Folks, when the "Times"
prints such a story on table ten-
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